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CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAD 




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THE FUND BEQUEATHED BY 

HORACE DAVIS 

(A.B. 1849, LL.D. 1911) 

OF SAN FRANCISCO 



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DEITOWN, 

IONE VALLEY, 
JACKSON, 

EL DORADO, 

GEORGETOWN, 
COLOMA, 
SALMON FALLS, 
PILOT HILL, 

CENTERVILLE, 
GREENWOOD, 

DIAMOND SPRINGS, 
PLACERVILLE, 

And the Various Towns in the State of Nevada. 





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29 .and 31 Battery Street, 



CALIFORNIA 

Steam Navigation Company 



FAST AND SPLENDID STEAMERS 

Will leave from the foot of K Street, for San Francisco, 
at 2 o'clock daily — Sundays excepted. 



They also have Steamers plying between 

SACRAMENTO, 

MARYSVILLE, 

RED BLUFF, 

And Intermediate Landings, conveying Passengers 
and Freight. 



For Freight or Passage to any of the above named Places 

APPLY OUST BOABD, 

Or at the Office of the Company, 

On board the Hulk "Globe," 

Lying at the Foot of K Street. 

A. BEDINGTON, Agent. 



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IMPORTER AND DEALKIi XT* 

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China, Glass and Queeusware, 

Kerosene Lamps, Oil Lamps, 

Globes, Looking Glasses, 



^KXTANNIA AND *^ATX» %$XKE, 
Sliver Plated Tea Set*, 

INA DINNER SETS, CHINA TEA SETS. 



No. 116 J Street, between Fourth and Fifth, 

SACRAMENTO. 



Goods sent to any part of the City Free of Charge, and packed to go 
safe to any part of the country. 



MIRS. BARRETT'S 

WUOLKHAI-l: A1ND BETAIL 

ESTABLISHMENT, 
No. 153 J Street, -' - - Sacramento. 

Hats and Bonnets Bleached and Pressed at the Shortest Notice. 



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125 

J Street, one door below Fifth, 
SACRAMENTO. 



The Largest and Best Assortment of 



TO BE FOUND IN THE STATE. 

New Styles Received by Every Steamer. 



No. 628 Commercial and 637 Clay St., 

SAN FBANOIBOO. 



SACRAMENTO CITY 



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AND 



COUNTY DIRECTORY, 



FOR 



1868, 



By ROBERT E. DRJLRER. 



SACKAMENTO: 

H. S. OBOCKEB * CO., STEAM PRINTERS AND STATIONERS. 

1868. 



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BUT A WORD TO SAT. 



Two years ago the compiler of this work published a Directory of this city. He did 
not at that time contemplate another effort on the subject. Not that he regarded his 
work a failure, for he had reason to believe that it gave pretty general satisfaction. But 
the character of the work, the labor required and the pay in return leave but a J small 
margin for ambition and a still narrower one for remuneration. However, it has fallen 
to his lot, on more occasions than one, to do, not what he preferred, but what the force 
of circumstances marked out for him. Impelled by that momentum he puts forth an- 
other edition, which is more extensive than the first and which required a greater amount 
of labor to compile it. With what favor this may meet, of course he cannot say. Pop- 
ular novel writers and experienced book-makers are all the while puzzling their brain 
as to what may be " pleasing and interesting,"— what will make a " hit." Then, it is 
not to be wondered at, should the laborer in the dry field of a Directory hesitate and 
have many doubts, while putting his work together (even though he labors assiduously 
with the best intention to have his production both valuable and interesting), as 
to whether it will be received by an appreciative public with approbation. 
He is aware of the questionable position, but being disposed to do something 
useful without the ornamental, and not having discovered any certain rule of 
success, his conclusion as to the best plan of action is to make the u gar- 
ment " and put it in the market; it may please some, he would that it satisfy all 
and himself repay for the labor expended in getting it up. If his production fails and 
comes short of that line of usefulness, by which it must be measured, he will necessarily 
fail also to receive his " wages " in return and will have to do the best he can, with the 
conviction that he has faithfully endeavored to do justice to the subject, and for the fu- 
ture try something else, leaving the field to others who may have, a better appreciation 
of the subject and more capacity for linking dull, dry, stubborn facts together in a more 
pleasing shape. 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 



The Twentieth Term, of four years, since the organization of Government under 
the Constitution. Present term expires the 4th of March, 1869. 

The Executive. 

ANDREW JOHNSON President Salary, $25,000 

Benjamin F. Wade of Ohio, President pro tem. of the Senate, and acting 

Vice President " 8,000 

The Cabinet. 

Wm.H. Seward of New York Secretary of State Salary, $8,000 

Hugh McCulloch of Indiana Secretary of Treasury " 8,000 

Gen. U.S. Grant acting Secretary of War " 8,000 

Gideon Wells of Connecticut ..Secretary of Navy " 8,000 

O. H. Browning of Illinois Secretary of the Interior " 8,000 

Henry Stanbery of Ohio Attorney-General " 8,000 

Alexander W. Randall of Wisconsin Postmaster General " 8,000 

Department of State. 

Wm. H. Seward, Secretary. 

Fred. W. Seward, First Assistant; Wm. Hunter, Second Assistant ; ""R. S. Chew, 
Chief Clerk ; George E. Baker, Disbursing Clerk; F. Jefferson, Keeper of the Rolls ; T. 
W. Dimon, Librarian. 

Treasury Department. 

Hugh McCulloch, Secretary. 

John T. Hartley and Wm. E. Chandler, Assistants; Wm. H. West, Chief Clerk. 
' Controllers, — R. W. Taylor, First, and I. M. Brodhead, Second. 

Auditors.— T. L. Smith, First ; E. B. French, Second ; John Wilson, Third ; S. W. 
J. Tabor, Fourth ; C. M. Walker, Fifth ; H J. Anderson, Sixth. 

Treasurer of the United States — Francis E. Spinner ; Assistant Treasurer, L. R. Tut- 
tie ; Register of the Treasury, S. B. Colby; J. A. Graham, Assistants. 

National Currency. — H. R. Hulburd, Acting Controller. 

Bureau of Customs. — Nathan Sargent, Commissioner. 

Bureau of Internal Revenue. — Edward A. Rollins, Commissioner; Thomas Harland 
and George Parnell, Deputies. 

Solicitor of the Treasury — Edward Jordan ; H. A. Risley, Assistant . 

Coast Surveys, — A. D. Bache, Superintendent ; J. E. Hilgard, Assistant in the office; 
Louis F. Pourtales and Charles A. Scott, Assistants. 



6 UNITED STATES. 

Wax Department. 

General U. S. Grant, acting as Secretary ; Chief Clerk, John PotU. 

[Headquarters — Armies of the U. S. at Washington City.] 

U. S. Grant, General-in-Chief. 

Chief of Staff, Brevet Major General John A. Rawlins ; Brevet Brigadier General, 
Frederick T. Dent ; Brevet Brigadier General, Cyrus B. Comstock ; Brevet Brigadier 
General, Horace Porter ; Brevet Brigadier General, Orville E. Babcock ; Colonel Adam 
Badeau. Colonel Ely S. Parker, Aid-de-Camps ; Major George . Leet, Assistant Adju- 
tant General ; Staff Surgeon, Brevet Major Ed. de W. Breman ; Assistant Quarter- 
master, Brevet Major Amos Webster; Adjutant General, Brevet Major General 
Lorenzo Thomas ; Quartermaster General, Brevet Major General M. C. Meigs ; Com- 
missary General of Subsistence, Brevet Major General A. B. Eaton ; Surgeon General, 
Brevet Major General Joseph E. Barnes ; Paymaster General, Brevet Major General B. 
W. Brice ; Chief Engineer, Brevet Major General A. A. Humphreys ; Chief of Ordnance, 
Brevet Major General A. B. Dyer; Judge Advocate, Brevet Major General Joseph Holt. 

Freedmen 1 * Bureau. — Major General 0. 0. Howard, Chief Commissioner. 

Military Department of Washington — Commandant, Brevet Major General E. R. S. 
Canby ; Assistant Adjutant General, Brevet Colonel J. H. Taylor. 

Navy Department. 

Gideon Wells, Secretary. 

William Faxon, Assistant ; Edgar T. Wells, Chief Clerk; John A. Bolles, Solicitor 
and Judge Advocate. 

Interior Department. 

0. H. Browning, Secretary. 

Wm. T. Otto, Assistant ; John C. Cox, Chief Clerk. 

General Land Office. — Joseph S. Wilson, Commissioner; M. E.N. Howell, Chief Clerk; 
Julius N. Granger, Recorder Pension Office ; Thomas C. Theaker, Commissioner Indian 
Office ; Lewis V. Bogy, Commissioner. 

Post Office Department. 

Alexander W. Randall, Postmaster-General. 

First Assistant, St. John B. L. Skinner ; Second Assistant, George W. McLellan ; 
Third Assistant, A. N. Zevely ; Chief Clerk, Joseph H. Blackfan ; Chief Clerk of Ap- 
pointment Office, Richard 0. Washington ; Chief Clerk of Contract Office, Eben L. 
Childs ; Superintendent Money-order Office, C. F. Macdonald ; Topographer, W. L. 
Nicholson ; Disbursing Clerk and Superintendent, E, B. Olmstead. 

Attorney General's Office. 

Hbney Stanbbet, Attorney-General. 

J. Hubley Ashton, Assistant ; Mathew Pleasants, Chief Clerk. 

Department of Agriculture.. 

Issac Newton, Commissioner of Agriculture. 

Chief Clerk, G. B. Newton ; Disbursing Clerk, J. R. Dodge ; Entomologist, Town- 
send Glover ; Chemist, Thomas Antisell ; Superintendent of Propagating Gardens, 
Wm. Saunders. 



UNITED STATES. 
# 

Supreme Court of the United Btates. 

Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio, Chief Justice. 

Nathan Clifford of Maine, Associate. 

Samuel Nelson of New York, Associate. 

Robert Crier of Pennsylvania, Associate. 

David Davis of Illinois, Associate. 

Noah H. Swayne of Ohio, Associate. 

Samuel F. Mil If r of Iowa, Associate. • 

Stephen J. Field of California, Associate. 

Salaries of Justices, $6,000. The Court n 



j in Washington 1st Monday in Decem- 



aioned by the death of Justice Catron of Tennessee, and Justice 
Wayne of Georgia, have not been filled. 



Ministers to Foreign Countries. 
Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Pi.k nipotentiahy. 



Country 



Capital. 



Ministers. 



Brazil 

Cblli 

China 

France 

Great Britaia 

Italy 

Mexico - 

Peru 

Prussia 

Argentine Confed'n. 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Cosla Rica 

Deo mark 

Equador 

Gautemala 

Hawaiian Islands — 
Honduras 

Netherlands 

C. S. of Columbia... 

Nicaragua 

Paraguay ...... 

Portugal 

Sweden and Norway 

Switierland. _. 

Turkey 

Venezuela 

Haytl .... 

Liberia 



Vienna 

Rio Janeir 
Santiago... 
Pekin 

London .... 



. J l.nvirop Motley, Mass., 

. Jainfi Watson Webb. N. Y.. . 
, . Hugh Judson Eilpalrick, X. J... 
. Anson Burlinganie, Uass. 

.John A. Dix, N.T 

,. Cbas, Francis Adams, Mass 

. George P. Marsh, Vt 

. Lewis D. Campbell, Ohio- 

'. P. Hovey,Ind... 



Berlin- 

St. Petersburg.. 
Madrid 

Miki stirs Rib ID EST. 
Buenos Ayres- 



Joaepb A. Wright, lud... 

Quaint M. Clay, Ky 

John P.Hale, N. H 



Robert C. Kirk, Ohio 

Henry S. Sanford, Conn 

La Pas, Allen A. Hall, Tenn 

San Jose Cbarles N. Riotte, Texas 

Copenhagen George H. Yeaman, Ky. 

Quito William T. Coggeshall, Ohio... 

Gaulemala Fits Henry Warren, Iowa 

Honolulu _ E. M. MeCook, Ohio 

Comayagua Thomas H. Clay, Ky 

Yedo H. J. Van Valkenberg, N. Y.-. 

Hague James S. Pike, Maine 

Bogota Allen A. Burton, Ky 

Nicaragua AndrewB. Dickinson, N. Y 

Asuncion- Cbarles A. Washburn, Cal 

Lisbon James E. Harvey, Pa. - 

Home hlnfus King, Wisconsin 

Stockholm James H. Campbell, Pa 

.... George Harrington, D, C 

pie Edward Joy- Morris, Pa 

.... Rrastus D. Culver, N. Y._ 

CuHHIBSIUSIBB. 

Port-en -Prioce jHenry E. Peck, Ohio 

Monrovia- 'Abraham Hanson, WUconiio-. 



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UNITED STATES. 



Congress. 

The Fortieth Congress assembled the 5th of March, 1867, adjourned to July (this 
session continued only a few days), and adjourned over to the 21st of November. The 
following is a full list of the members of both Houses. The names of Democrats in 

italic : 

SENATE. 

Benjamin F. Wade, of Ohio. President. 

___ ' 

John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania, Secretary. 

mains. Term Ex. 

Lot M. Morrill V869 

Wm. P. Fessenden 1871 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Aaron H. Gragin 1871 

James W. Patterson 1873 

VERMONT. 

George F. Edmonds .. 1869 

Justin S. Morrill 1873 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

Charles Summer 1869 

Henry Wilson 1871 

RHODE ISLAND. 

William Sprague 1869 

Henry B. Anthony 1871 

CONNECTICUT. 

James Dixon 1869 

Orris S. Ferry 1873 

NEW YORK. 

Edwin D. Morgan 1869 

Roscoe Conkling 1873 

NEW JERSET. 

F. T. Frelinghuysen 1869 

Alex. G. Cattell 1871 



ohio. Term Ex. 

Benj. F. Wade 1869 

John Sherman..... 1873 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

Chat. R. Buckalew 1869 

Simon Cameron 1873 

DELAWARE. 

James A. Bayard 1869 

Willard Saulsbury 1871 

MABYLAND. 

Reverdy Johnson 1869 

Philip F. Thomas* 1873 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

Peter G. Van Winkle 1869 

Waitman T. Willey 1871 

KENTUCKY. 

James Guthrie .....1871 

Garret Davis 1873 

TENNESSEE. 

David T. Patterson... 1869 

Joseph S. Fowler 1871 

*Not admitted. 

RECAPITULATION. 



INDIANA. 

Thos. A. Hendricks 1869 

Oliver P. Morton 1873 

ILLINOIS. 

Richard Yates 1871 

Lyman Trumbull 1873 

MICHIGAN. 

Zach. Chandler 1869 

Jacob M. Howard 1871 

WISCONSIN. 

James R. Doolittle 1869 

Timothy 0. Howe 1873 

MINNESOTA. 

Alex. Ramsey ... 1869 

Daniel S. Norton 1871 

IOWA. 

James W. Grimes 1871 

James Harlan.. 1873 

MISSOURI. 

John B. Henderson .1869 

Charles D. Drake 1873 

KANSAS. 

Edmund G. Ross 1871 

Samuel C. Pomeroy 1873 

NEBRASKA. 

Thomas W. Tipton 1869 

John M. Thayer 1871 

NEVADA. 

Wm. M. Stewart 1869 

James W. Nye 1873 

CALIFORNIA. 

John Conness 1869 

Cornelius Cole 1873 

OREGON. 

George H. Williams 4.1871 

Henry W. Corbett 1873 

♦COLORADO. 

John Evans 

Jerome B. Chaffee 



Republican 



42 Democrat (in italic) M , 12 



» UNITED STATES. 9 

HOtfBIG OF BEFBEBEITTATIVI18. 

Schutlir Colfax of Indiana, Speaker. 
Edward McPherson of Pennsylvania, Clerk. 

California. 

1. Samuel B. Axtell, First District, composed of Fresno, San Diego, Los Angeles, San 

Bernardino, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Tulare, Monterey,- Merced, Mari- 
posa, Stanislaus, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo and San Francisco. 

2. William Higby, Second District — Contra Costa, Alameda, San Joaquin, Tuolumne, 

Mono, Calaveras, Amador, El Dorado, Sacramento, Placer, Nevada and Alpine. 

3. James A. Johnson, Third District — Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Solano, Yolo, 

Sutter, Tuba, Sierra, Butte, Plumas, Tehama, Colusa, Mendocino, Humboldt, 
Trinity, Shasta, Siskiyou, Klamath, Lassen and Del Norte. 

Connecticut. 

1. Richard D. Hubbard, First District, composed of Hartford and Tolland. 

2. Julius Hotehkiss, Second District — New Haven and Middlesex. 

3. H. H. Starkweather, Third District — New London and Windham. 

4. William H. Barnum, Fourth District — Fairfield and Litchfield. 

Delaware. 

I. John A. Nicholson, whole State of Delaware. 

Illinois. 
John A. Logan — At Large. 

1. Norman B. Judd, First District, composed of Cook. 

2. John F. Farnsworth, Second District — Kane, De Kalb, Lake, McHenry, Boone and 

Winnebago. 

3. EUhu B. Washburne, Third District — Joe Daviess, Stephenson, Carroll, Ogle, Lee 

and Whitesides. 

4. Abner C. Harding, Fourth District — Adams, Hancock, Warren, Henderson, Mercer 

and Rock Island. 

5. Eben C. Ingersoll, Fifth District — Knox, Peoria, Henry, Stark, Marshall, Putnam 

and Bureau. 

6. Burton C. Cook, Sixth District — Dupage, Kendall, Kankakee, Grundy and Lasalle. 
1. Henry P. H. Bromwell, Seventh District — Edgar, Cowles, Cumberland, Moultrie, 

Macon, Piatt, Douglas, Vermillion, Champaign, Ford and Iroquois. 

8. Shelby M. Cullom, Eighth District — Sangamon, Logan, Dfl Witt, McLean, Living- 

ston, Woodford and Tazewell. 

9. Lewis W. Ross, Ninth District — Fulton, McDonough, Schuyler, Brown, Pike, Cass, 

Menard and Mason. 
10. Albert O. Burr, Tenth District — Morgan, Scott, Greene, Jersey, Calhoun, Bond, 
Macoupin, Montgomery, Christian and Shelby. 

II. Samuel S. Marshall, Eleventh District — Clark, Effingham, Fayette, Crawford, Jasper, 

Lawrence, Richland, Clay, Marion, Jefferson, Franklin, Wayne and Hamilton. 

12. Jehu Baker, Twelfth District — Madison, St. Clair, Clinton, Washington, Randolph, 

and Monroe. 

13. Green B. Raum, Thirteenth District — Edwards, Wabash, White, Saline, Gallatin, 

Hardin, Pope, Williamson, Perry, Jackson, Union, Johnson, Massac, Pulaski, 
and Alexander. 



10 UNITED STATES. 4 

1. William E. Niblack, First District, composed of Posey, Vanderburg, Gibson, Knox, 

Pike, Daviess, Warrick, Spencer, Dubois and Martin. 

2. Michael C. Kerr, Second District — Scott, Clark, Floyd, Washington, Harrison, 

Orange, Crawford and Perry. 

3. Morton C. Hunter, Third District — Jefferson, Switzerland, Jennings, Bartholomew, 

Jackson, Brown, Lawrence and Monroe. 

4. William S. Eolman, Fourth District — Dearborn, Ohio, Franklin, Rush, Decatur and 

Ripley. 

5. George W. Julian, Fifth District — Wayne, Henry, Union, Fayette, Randolph and 

Delaware. 

6. John Coburn, Sixth District — Shelby, Hancock, Marion, Johnson, Morgan and 

Hendricks. 

7. Henry D. Washburne, Seventh District — Vigo, Parke, Vermillion, Putnam, Owens, 

Clay, Greene and Sullivan. 

8. Godlove S. Orth, Eighth District — Tippecanoe, Carroll, Clinton, Boone, Mont- 

gomery, Fountain and Warren. 

9. Schuyler Colfax, Ninth District — Miami, Cass, White, Benton, Jasper, Pulaski, 

Fulton, Marshall, Starke, Lake, Porter, Laporte and St. Joseph. 

10. William Williams, Tenth District — Allen, De Kalb, Steuben, Lagrange, Noble, 

Whitley, Kosciusko and Elkhart. 

11. John P. C. Shanks, Eleventh . District — Adams, Blackford, Grant, Hamilton, 

Howard, Huntington, Jay, Madison, Tipton, Wabash and Wells. 

Iowa. 

1. James F. Wilson, First District, composed of Davis, Van Buren, Lee, Des Moines, 

Louisa, Washington, Henry and Jefferson. 

2. Hiram Price, Second District — Scott, Muscatine, Cedar, Clinton, Jackson, Linn and 

Jones. 

3. William B. Allison, Third District — Dubuque, Delaware, Buchanan, Bremer, Chicka- 

saw, Floyd, Mitchell, Howard, Winneshiek, Allamakee, Clayton and Fayette. 

4. William Loughridge, Fourth District — Appanoose, Benton, Keokuk, Jasper, Iowa, 

Johnson, Mahaska, Marion, Monroe, Poweshiek, Tama and Wappello, 

5. Grenville M. Dodge, Fifth District— Polk, Dallas, Guthrie, Audubon, Shelby, Harri- 

son, Pottawattomie, Cass, Adair, Madison, Warren, Lucas, Clark, Union, 
Adams, Montgomery, Mills, Fremont, Page,. Taylor, Ringgold, Decatur and 
Wayne. 

6. Asahel W. Hubbard', Sixth District — Blackhawk, Boone, Buena Vista, Butler, Cal- 

houn, Carroll, Cerre Gordo, Cherokee, Clay, Crawford, Dickinson, Emmett, 
Franklin, Green, Grundy, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Humboldt, Ida, Kos- 
suth, Marshall, Monroe, O'Brien, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Linn, Sac, Story, 
Webster, Woodbury, Worth, Wright, Winnebago and Pocahontas. 



1. Sidney Clarke, State at Large. 

Kentucky. 

1. Lawrence 8. Trimble, First District, composed of Graves, Fulton, Hickman, Ballard, 

McCracken, Marshall, Calloway, Trigg, Lyon, Webster and Livingston. 

2. John Young Brown, Second District — Butler, Breckinridge, Christian, Daviess, Ed- 

monson, Grayson, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, Muhlenburg, McLean and 
Ohio. 



» UNITED STATES. 11 

3. Jacob 8, 8. GoUaday, Third District— Todd, Logan, Simpson, Warren, Allen, Barren, 

Hart, Monroe, Metcalf, Russel, Cumberland and Clinton. 

4. J. Proctor Knott, Fourth District— Green, Taylor, Adair, Casey, Marion, Washing- 

ton, Nelson, Larue, Hardin, Bullitt, Mead, Spencer, Shelby and Anderson. 

5. Asa P. Grover, Fifth District — City of Louisville, Jefferson, Shelby, Henry and 

Oldham. 

6. Thomas L. Jones, Sixth District — Bracken, Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Grant, Gal- 

latin, Harrison, Kenton, Pendleton and Trimble. 

7. James B. Beck, Seventh District — Nicholas, Bourbon, Clark, Scott, Fayette, Wood- 

ford, Franklin, Jessamine, Mercer, Boyle and Lincoln. 
8* George M. Adams, Eighth District — Madison, Estell, Wolfe, Breashitt, Perry, 
Letcher, Harlan, Clay, Owsley, Jackson, Laurel, Enoz, Whitley, Wayne, 
Pulaski, Rockcastle and Garrard. 

9. John D. Young % Ninth District — Mason, Fleming, Bath, Montgomery, Powell, Morgan, 

Magoffin, Pike, Floyd, Johnson, Lawrence, Boyd, Greenup, Carter, Rowan and 
Lewis. 

Maine. 

1. John Lynch, First District, composed of Cumberland and York. 

2. Sidney Perham, Second District — Franklin, Oxford, Androscoggin and Sagadahoc. 

3. James G. Blaine, Third District — Kennebec, Somerset, Lincoln and half of Knox. 

4. John A. Peters, Fourth District — Aroostook, Penobscot and Piscataquis. 

5. Frederick A. Pike, Fifth District — Washington, Hancock, Waldo, Rockland, Hope, 

Camden, Appleton, South Thomaston and Islesboro in Knox county. 

Maryland. 

1. Hiram McCullough, First District, composed of Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne, Caroline, 

Talbot, Dorchester, Somerset and Worcester. 

2. Stevenson Archer, Second District — Harford county and the 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 

11th and 12th districts of Baltimore county, and the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th 
and 7th wards of Baltimore city. 

3. Charles E. Phelps, Third District— 8th , 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 

17th, 18th, 19th and 20th wards of the city of Baltimore. 

4. Francis Thomas, Fourth District — Carroll, Frederick, Washington and Alleghany. 

5. Frederick Stone, Fifth District — St. Mary's, Charles, Calvert, Anne Arundel, Prince 

George's, Montgomery, Howard, and part of Baltimore county. 

Massachusetts. 

1. Thomas D. Eliot, First District, composed of Barnstable, Nantucket, and Dukes, 

and parts of Bristol and Plymouth. 

2. Oakes Ames, Second District — Parts of the counties of Bristol, Plymouth and 

Norfolk. 

3. Genery Twitchell, Third District — 4th, 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th and 12th wards in the 

city of Boston, Roxbury and Brookline. 

4. Samuel Hooper, Fourth District — Suffolk. 

5. Benjamin F. Butler, Fifth District — Essex. 

6. Nathaniel P. Banks, Sixth District — parts of Essex and Middlesex. 

7. George S. Boutwell, Seventh District — parts of Middlesex and Norfolk. 

8. John D. Baldwin, Eighth District — The city of Worcester and parts of Worcester 

and Norfolk counties. 

9. William B. Washburn, Ninth District — Franklin, Hampshire, and northern part of 

Worcester. 

10. Henry L. Dawes, Tenth District — Berkshire and Hampden. 



12 tTNITJBD STATES. 

Michigan. 

1. Fernando C. Beaman, First District, composed of Wayne, Monroe, Lenawee and 

Hillsdale. 

2. Charles Upson, Second District — Branch, St. Joseph, Cass, Berrien, Van Buren, 

Kalamazoo and Allegan. 

3. Austin Blair, Third District — Ingham, Eaton, Calhoun, Jackson and Washtenaw. 

4. Thomas W. Ferry, Fourth District — Ottawa, Kent, Barry, Iona, Montcalm, Mecosta i 

Newaygo, Manistee, Oceana, Mason, Lake, Osceola, Missaukee, Wexford, Kale- 
asca, Leelenaw, Antiem, Sheboygan, Grand Traverse, Mackinaw and Delta. 

5. Row. E. Trowbridge, Fifth District — Oakland, Livingston, Lapeer, Macomb, St. 

Clair and Sanilac. * 

6. John F. Driggs, Sixth District — Clinton, Genesee, Shiawassee, Gratiot, Saginaw, 

Tuscola, Huron, Isabella, Midland, Bay, Gladwin, Clair, Roscommon, Ogenaw, 
Iosco, Alcona, Crawford, Otsego, Montmorenci, Alpena, Presque Isle, Chip- 
pewa, Marquette, Schoolcraft, Houghton, Ontonagon and Menomony. 

Minnesota. 

1. William Windom, First District, composed of Winona, Houston, Fillmore, Olmsted, 

Dodge, Mower, Freeborn, Waseca, Steele, Rice, Scott, Le Suer, Sibley, Nicollet, 
Blue Earth, Faribault, Brown, Martin, Jackson, Renvile and Cottonwood. 

2. Ignatius Donnelly, Second District — Wabashaw, Goodhue, Dakota, Ramsey, Wash- 

ington, Hennepin, Anoka, Wright, Benton, Stearns, Chisago, Carver, McLeod, 
Crow Wing, Isanti, Manomin, Meeker, Mille Lac, Morrison, Pine, St. Louis and 
Sherburne. 

Missouri. 

1. William A. Pile, First District, composed of 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th 

wards in the city of St. Louis, and parts of St. Louis townships. 

2. Carman A. Newcomb, Second District — 1st, 2d and 3d wards, and south part of St. 

Louis county, and Jefferson, Hranklin, Marie, Osage, Gasconade, Phelps, Craw- 
ford and Pulaski. 

3. (Vacancy), Third District — Washington, Carter, Dent, Shannon, Reynolds, Ripley, 

Butler, Wayne, Bollinger, Stoddard, Dunklin, Pemiscott, New Madrid,* Missis- 
sippi, Scott, Cape Girardeau, Madison, Perry, St. Genevieve, St. Francis, Iron 
* and Oregon. 

4. John J. Gravelly, Fourth District — Barry, Barton, Christian, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, 

Douglas, Greene, Howell, Jasper, Laclede, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, 
Ozark, Polk, Pulaski, St. Clair, Stone, Taney, Texas, Webster and Wright. 

5. Joseph W. McClurg, Fifth District — Cole, Miller, Camden, Hickory, Bates, Vernon, 

Cass, St. Clair, Henry, Johnson, Benton, Morgan, Moniteau, Pettis and Cooper. 

6. Robert T. Van Horn, Sixth District — Platte, Clay, Ray, Clinton, Carroll, Chariton, 

Saline, Lafayette and Jackson. 

7. Benjamin F. Loan, Seventh District — Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Davis, De 

Kalb, Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, Putnam, 
Sullivan and Worth. 

8. John F. Benjamin, Eighth District — Howard, Randolph, Macon, Adair, Schuyler, 

Shelby, Knox, Scotland, Clark, Lewis, Marion and Linn. 

9. George W. Anderson, Ninth District — Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Lincoln, Mont- 

gomery, Monroe, Pike, Ralls, St. Charles and Warren. 

Nebraska. 
1. John Taffe— State at Large. 

Nevada. 
1. Delos R. Ashley — State at Large. 



UNITED STATES. 13 

New Jersey. 

1. William Moore, First District, composed of Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, 

Salem and Cape May. 

2. Charles Haight, Second District — Burlington, Mercer, Ocean and Monmouth. 

3. Charles Sitgr caves, Third District — Warren, Hunterdon, Somerset, Middlesex and 

Union. 

4. John Hill, Fourth District — Sussex^ Morris, Passaic, Bergen, and all of Essex ex- 

cept the city of Newark. 

5. George A. Halsey, Fifth District — City of Newark and county of Hudson. 

New Hampshire. 

1. Jacob H. Ela, First District, composed of Carroll, Belknap, Rockingham and 

Strafford. , 

2. Aaron F. Stevens, Second District — Hillsborough and Merrimac. 

3. Jacob Benton, Third District — Cheshise, Coos, Grafton and Sullivan. 

New York. 

1. Stephen Taber, First District, composed of Richmond, Queens and Suffolk. 

2. Demos Barnes, Second District — 6tb, 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 14th, 16th, 17th and 

18th wards in the city of Brooklyn, and part of Kings county. 

3. William E. Robinson, Third District— 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 11th, 13th, 

1 7th and 19th wards in the city of Brooklyn. 

4. John Fox, Fourth District — 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th wards in the city of 

New York. 

5. John Morrissey, Fifth District — 7th, 10th, 13th and 14th wards in the city of New 

York. 

6. Thomas E. Stewart, Sixth District — 9th, 15th and 16th wards in the city of New 

York. 

7. John W. Chanler, Seventh District — 11th and 17th wards in the city of New York. 

8. James Brooks, Eighth District — 18th, 20th and 21st wards in the city of New York. 

9. Fernando Wood, Ninth District — 12th, 19th and 22d wards in the city of New York, 

. including Blackwell's, Ward's and Randall's islands. 

10. William H. Robinson, Tenth District — Westchester, Rockland and Putnam. 

11. Charles H. Van Wyck, Eleventh District — Orange and Sullivan. 

12. John H. Ketchum, Twelfth District — Duchess and Columbia. 

13. Thomas Cornell, Thirteenth District — Ulster and Greene. 

14. John V, L. Pruyn, Fourteenth District — Albany and Schoharie. 

15. John A. Griswold, Fifteenth District — Rensselaer and Washington. 

16. Orange Ferris, Sixteenth District — Clinton, Essex and Warren. 

17. Calvin T. Hulburd, Seventeenth District — St. Lawrence and Franklin. 

18. James M. Marvin, Eighteenth District — Saratoga, Schenectady, Montgomery, Ful- 

ton and Hamilton. 

19. William C. Fields, Nineteenth District — Delaware, Otsego and Chenango. 

20. Addison H. Laflin, Twentieth District — Jefferson, Lewis and Herkimer. 

21. Alexander H. Bailey, Twenty-first District — Oneida. 

22. John C. Churchill, Twenty-second District — Oswego and Madison. 

23. Dennis McCarthy, Twenty-third District — Onondaga and Cortland. 

24. Theodore M. Pomeroy, Twenty-fourth District — Cayuga, Wayne and Seneca. 

25. William H. Eelsey, Twenty-fifth District — Yates, Ontario and Livingston. . 

26. William S. Lincoln, Twenty-sixth District — Broome, Tioga, Tompkins and 

Schuyler. 

27. Hamilton Ward, Twenty-seventh District — Steuben, Chemung and Allegany. 

28. Lewis Selye, Twenty-eighth District — Monroe and Orleans. 



14 UNITED STATES* 

29. Bart Van Horn, Twenty-ninth District — Wyoming, Genesee and Niagara. 

30. James M. Humphrey, Thirtieth District — Erie. 

31. Henry Van Aernam, Thirty-first District — Chatauqua and Cattaragus. 

Ohio. 

1. Benjamin Eggleston, First District, composed of 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 9th, 

10th, 11th, 13th and 17th wards of Cincinnati, and eastern part of Hamilton 
county. 

2. Samuel F. Gary, Second District— 6th, 8th, 12th, 14th, 15th and 16th wards of the 

city of Cincinnati, and part of Hamilton county. 

3. Robert C. Schenck, Third District — Montgomery, Preble, Butler, and Warren. 

4. William Lawrence, Fourth District — Miami, Darke, Shelby, Logan, and Cham- 

paign. 

5. William Mungen, Fifth District — Mercer, Van Wert, Allen, Anglaize, Hancock, 

Hardin, and Wyandott. 

6. Reader W. Clarke, Sixth District — Brown, Clermont, Highland, Clinton, and 

Fayette. 

7. Samuel Shellabarger, Seventh District — Franklin, Madison, Greene and Clarke. 

8. Cornelius S. Hamilton, Eighth District — Richland, Morrow, Marion, Delaware, and 

Union. 

9. Ralph P. Buckland, Ninth District — Crawford, Seneca, Sandusky, Ottawa, Huron, 

and Erie. 

10. James M. Ashley, Tenth District — Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Lucas, Paulding, 

Putnam, Williams, and Wood. 

11. John T. Wilson, Eleventh District — Adams, Sciota, Lawrence, Galia, Jackson, and 

Vinton. 

12. Philip Van Trump, Twelfth District — Perry, Hocking, Fairfield, Pickaway, Ross, 

and Pike. 

13. George W. Morgan, Thirteenth District — Muskingum, Licking, Knox, and Coshoc- 

ton. 

14. Martin Welker, Fourteenth District — Loraine, Medina,, Wayne, Ashland, and 

Holmes. 

15. Tobias A. Plants, Fifteenth District — Monroe, Washington, Morgan, Athens, and 

Meigs. 

16. John A. Bingham, Sixteenth District — Belmont, Harrison, Tuscarawas, Guernsey, 

and Noble. 

17. Ephraim R. Eckley, Seventeenth District — Stark, Carroll, Columbiana, and Jeffer- 

son. 

18. Rufus P. Spaulding, Eighteenth District — Cuyahoga, Lake, and Summit. 

19. James A. Garfield, Nineteenth District — Portage, Mahoning, Trumbull, Ashtabula, 

and Geauga. 

Oregon. 

1. Rufus Mallory — State at large. 

Pennsylvania. 

1. Samuel J. Randall, First District, composed of 2d, 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 11th wards 

of the city of Philadelphia. 

2. Charles O'Neil, Second District — 1st, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th wards of the city of 

Philadelphia. 

3. Leonard Myers, Third District— 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th wards of the 

city of Philadelphia. 

4. William D. Eelley, Fourth District— 14th, 15th, 20th, 21st and 24th wards of the 

city of Philadelphia. 



UNITED STATES. 15 

5. Caleb N. Taylor, Fifth District— 22d, 23d and 25th wards of the city of Philadelphia. 

6. Benjamin M. Boyer, Sixth District — Lehigh and Montgomery. 

7. JohnM. Broomall, Seventh District — Chester and Delaware. 

8. J. Lawrence Getz, Eighth District — Berks. 

9. Thaddeus Stevens, Ninth District — Lancaster. 

10. Henry L. Cake, Tenth District — Schuylkill and Lebanon. 

11. D. M. Van Anken, Eleventh District — Northampton, Monroe, fcarbon, Pike and 

Wayne. 

12. Geo. M. Woodward, Twelfth District — Luzerne and Susquehanna. 

13. Ulysses Mercur, Thirteenth District — Bradford, Columbia, Montour, Sullivan, and 

Wyoming. 

14. George F. Miller, Fourteenth District — Dauphin, Northumberland, Union, Snyder, 

and Juniata. 

15. A. J. Glosebrenner, Fifteenth District — Perry, Cumberland and York. 

16. William H. Koontz, Sixteenth District — Somerset, Bedford, Fulton, Franklin and 

Adams. 

17. Daniel J. Morrell, Seventeenth District — Mifflin, Huntingdon, Blair, and Cambria. 

18. Stephen F. Wilson, Eighteenth District — Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Tioga, and 

Potter. 

19. Glenni W. Schofield, Nineteenth District — Erie, Warren, McKean, Elk, Forest, Jeffer- 

son, Cameron, and Clearfield. ' 

20. Darwin A. Finney, Twentieth District — Crawford, Mercer, and Venango. 

21. John Covode, Twenty-first District — Fayette, Westmoreland, and Indiana. 

22. James K. Moorhead, Twenty-second District — City of Pittsburgh, and all of Al- 

leghany county south of the Alleghany River. 

23. Thomas Williams, Twenty-third District — All of Alleghany county north and west 

of the Alleghany and Ohio rivers, and Butler and Armstrong. 

24. George V. Lawrence, Twenty-fourth District — Greene, Washington, Beaver, and 

Lawrence. 

Bhode Island. 

1. Thomas A. Jenckes, First District, composed of Bristol, seven-eighths of Providence 

county, and all of Newport, except New Shoreham. 

2. Nathan F. Dixon, Second District — The western district contains the following : New 

Shoreham, Westerly, South Kingston, North Kingston, Charleston, Exeter, 
Richmond, Hopkinton, Jamestown, East Greenwich, West Greenwich, War- 
wick, Coventon, Cranston, Johnston, Scituate, Foster, Gloucester and Burrilville. 

Tennessee. 

1. Broderick R. Butler, First District, composed of Johnson, Carter, Sullivan, Haw- 

kins, Hancock, Jefferson, Sevier, Cock, Greene, and Washington. 

2. Horace Maynard, Second District — Knox, Grainger, Claiborne, Campbell, Ander- 

son, Scott, Morgan } Fentress, Union and Overton. 

3. William B. Stokes, Third District — Bradley, Bledsoe, Blount, Hamilton, Marion, 

McMinn, Monroe, Meigs, Polk, Rhea, and Roane. 

4. James Mullins, Fourth District — Smith, Macon, Jackson, White, Van Buren, War- 

ren, Grundy, Coffee, and De Kalb. 

5. John Trimble, Fifth District — Rutherford, Cannon, Williamson, Wilson, and Sum- 

ner. 

6. Samuel M. Arnell, Sixth District — Lincoln, Franklin, Bedford, Marshall and Maury. 

7. Isaac R. Hawkins, Seventh District — Giles, Lawrence, Wayne, Hardin, McNairy, 

Perry, Decatur, Benton, Humphries, Hickman and Lewis. 
8; David A. Nunn, Eighth District— Davidson, Robertson, Montgomery, Stewart, 
Dickson, and Cheatham. 



16 • UNITED STATES. 

Vermont. 

1. Fred. E. Woodbridge, First District, composed of Bennington, Rutland, Washing- 

ton and Addison. 

2. Luke P. Poland, Second District — Caledonia, Orange, Windsor and Windham. 

3. Worth iagt on C. Smith, Third District — Clinton, Essex, Orleans, Lamoyle, Frank- 

lin, Grand Isles and Chittenden. 

West Virginia. 

1. Chester D. Hubbard, First District, composed of Lewis, Harrison, Doddridge, 

Ritchie, Gilmer, Wood, Wirt, Calhoun, Tyler, Pleasants, Wetzel, Marshall, 
Brooke, Ohio and Hancock. 

2. Benjamin M. Kitchen, Second District — Pendleton, Hardy, Barbour, Randolph, 

Upshur, Webster, Pocahontas, Tucker, Marion, Monongalia, Hampshire, Mor- 
gan, Berkley, Taylor, Preston and Jefferson. 

3. Daniel Polsley, Third District — Wayne, Cabell, Mason, Jackson, Roane, Clay, Nich- 

olas, Monroe, Greenbrier, Broxton, Putnam, Kanawha, Boone, Fayette, Raleigh, 
Logan, McDowell, Wyoming and Mercer. 

Wiaoonsin. 

1. Halbert E. Paine, First District, composed of city and county of Milwaukee, Wau- 

kesha, Walworth, Racine and Kenosha. 

2. Benjamin F. Hopkins, Second District — Rock, Dane, Jefferson and Columbia. 

3. Amasa Cobb, Third District — Grant, Iowa, La Fayette, Greene, Sauk,, Richmond 

and Crawford. 

4. Charles A. Eldridge, Fourth District — Fond du Lac, Dodge, Washington, Ozaukee 

and Sheboygan. 

5. Philetus Sawyer, Fifth District — Green Lake, Waushara, Marquette, Waupaca, 

Shawana, Winnebago, Ontagania, Calumet, Brown, Dorr, Oconto, Kewaunee 
and Manitowoc. 

6. Cad. C. Washburne, Sixth District — La Pointe, Douglas, Ashland, Burnett, Polk, 

Dallas, Pepin, Clark, Portage, Wood, Adams, Juneau, Chippewa, Marathon, 
St. Croix, Dunn, Pierce, Eau Claire, Buffalo, Jackson, Trempeleau, Vernon, 
Monroe and La Crosse. 

Colorado. * 

1. George M. Chilcott, State at large. 

DELEGATES OF TERRITORIES. 

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Arizona — Coles Bashford. Dakota — Walter A.Burleigh. Idaho — E. D. Holbrook. 
Montana — James M. Cavanaugh. New Mexico — Chat. P. Clever (doubtful). Utah — 
William H. Hooper. Washington — Alvin Flanders. Wyoming — James S. Casement.* 

* Not admitted. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Republicans 144 | Opposition (in italics) 49 



STATE OF CALIFORNIA. 

The treaty ceding California and New Mexico to the United States was dated at the city 
of Gaudalupe Hidalgo, February 2d, 1848; ratified by the United States, March 16th, 1848; 
exchanged at Queretaro, May 30th, 1848, and proclaimed by the President, July 4th, 
1848. Organized as a State, 15th December, 1849; admitted in the Union on the 19th 
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CALfrOItfrlA. 19 

(a) Resigned January 8th, 1851. Was succeeded by John tfcttougal for remainder 
of the term. 

(b) David C. Broderick elected President of the Senate made vacant by the accession 
of the Lieutenant Governor. 

(c) Resigned 1850. James A. McDongall elected to vacancy. 

(<f) Removed. Wm. H. Richardson appointed to vacancy April 26th, 1851. 

(e) Resigned September 24th, 1850. Wm. H. Richardson appointed to vacancy. 

(/) H. H. Robinson resigned March 4th, 1550. J. Winchester appointed same day, 
who also resigned March 28th, 1851. Eugene Casserly was elected by the Legislature 
May 1st, 1851, and continued in office until the contract system of 1852 was carried into 
effect. Contract awarded to G. K. Fitch and V. E. Geiger, June, 1852, who transferred 
the same by consent of the Legislature to George Kerr & Co., February 3d, 1853] The 
contract system repealed May 1st, 1854, and B. B. Redding elected by the Legislature 
May 4th, 1854, who was succeeded January 1st, 1856, by James Allen, who was elected 
by the people. 

(g) Resigned February 19th, 1853. James W. Denver appointed to vacancy. 

(A) Act creating office repealed. Secretary of State made ex-ofieio Superintendent 
Of Public Buildings May 12, 1853. 

(t) Wm. C. Kibbe appointed Quartermaster General June, 1852, under Militia Lair 
of 1852, which provided that the Quartermaster General shall be tz-oj/UAo Adjutant 
General. 

(/) Resigned November 1st, 1856. Charles H. Hempstead appointed to vacancy: 

(k) Appointed February, 1857, vice Geo. W. Whitman suspended. 

(/) Appointed February, 1857, vice Henry Bates resigned. 

(m) Term commenced 1st January, 1857; term of office three years. 

(n) J. W. Mandeville was candidate for the office of Controller, 1857. A short time 
before the election, too short, in fact, to substitute another's name on the ticket, he ac- 
cepted the office of U. S. Surveyor for the State of California. He received a majority 
of votes, but never qualified. On the 28th of April Governor Weller appointed A. R. 
Meloney. George W. Whitman refused to surrender the office, on the ground that he held 
over until his successor was elected and qualified, and that Mandeville was elected; 
hence, the Governor had no power to appoint. Meloney appealed to the Courts and final 
decision in his favor was rendered July Term of the Supreme Court. Meloney was 
elected at the general election for 1858. 

(o) Milton S. Latham resigned on the 14th of January, 1860, to be elected to United 
States Senate. 
. (p) John G. Downey became Governor for balance of the term. 

(q) Quinn elected President of the Senate, made vacant by the accession of Lieuten- 
ant Governor John G. Downey to the Executive Chair. 

(r) Meloney refused to surrender the office on the ground that he was elected in 
1858, and of right could hold two years. Brooks became relator vs. Moloney, and the 
Supreme Court decided in favor of Brooks, January Term, 1860. 

(«) The Legislature of 1861 made the office of State Librarian separate from Secre- 
tary of State, and gave the appointing power to a Board of Trustees, March 8th, 1861. 
The Board to consist of five members — the Gov%rnor, Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court to beeZ'O/ficio members; J. R. McConnell, J. W. Winans and Solomoif Heydenfeldt 
appointed members of the Board. That Boasn appointed W. C. Stratton Librarian for 
four years. The Legislature of 1863-'4 virtually legislated John R. McConnell and Hey- 
denfeldt out of the Board by appointing Dr. H. W. Harkness and Dr. J. F. Morse in their 
places. Before Stratton' 8 term had expired, J. F. Morse resigned his position on the 
Board of Trustees, and the Governor appointed B. B. Redding to fill the vacancy. About 
the time for the Board to hold an election for Librarian, Stratton raised the questional 



20 CALIFORNIA. 

to the eligibility of the Chief Justice as a member of the Board of Trustees, and caused 
proceedings instituted to test the matter. The Court sustained his position; (30 Cal., 
p. 160). In the mean time the other members of the Board failed to agree upon the ap- 
pointment of Librarian, and the Governor appointed Jerome Madden; Stratton re- 
fused to surrender the office, and proceedings were commenced against him in the nature 
of quo warranto, Madden relator. The Court decided in favor of Stratton (28 Cal., p. 383), 
and he continued to hold the position. The Legislature of 1865-'6 amended the former 
statute and appointed the Attorney General ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees, 
and also J. W. Winans, H. W. Harkness, C. G. W. French and W. C. Belcher. On the 
27th March, 1866, the Board re-elected W. C. Stratton for the term of four years. The 
Legislature of 1865-' 6 created the office of Deputy Librarian, and Albert Hart was by 
the Board of Trustees appointed to the position. 

(t) W. H. Weeks died in Summer of 1863, and A. A. H. Tuttle appointed to the va- 
cancy. 

(ti) Appointed Adjutant General by Governor Low, 1st of May, )864; resigned 30th 
of November, 1865. Robert Robinson appointed 1st of December, 1865. Robinson held 
the position till Evans served his term out as Senator, and he resigned. The Governor 
appointed Evans again, and he has been acting ever since. Whether Gov. Haight will 
reappoint him remains for the future to determine. 

(NoU 2.) Edward R. Campbell appointed and commissioned State Registrar the 10th 
of May, 1858. The law relative to the office was amended 1859, and finally repealed 
1860. He resigned, however, before the repeal of the law. 



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22 CALIFORKIA. 

(a) Resigned October, 1851. H. 0. Murray appointed to vacancy; elected November, 

1852, for unexpired term to January, 1856 ; re-elected September, 1855, for full term ; 
died 18th September, 1857. S. J. Field appointed and served on that term till 1st Janu- 
ary, 1858. Peter H. Burnett, serving on S. Heydenfeldt's term, which expired January, 
1858, was appointed on Murray's term; and acted till 2d October, 1858, when Joseph G. 
Baldwin, who had been elected by the people, qualified. He served till the expiration 
of the term, January 1, 1862. Edward Norton elected his successor for a full term. 

(b) Resigned April, 1852. A. Anderson appointed to vacancy. Alexander Wells 
elected in 1852 for the unexpired term to January, 1854, and again elected September, 

1853, for full term. Judge Wells died October 31, 1854. Chas. H. Bryan appointed to 
vacancy, and continued until October, 1855, David S. Terry having been elected for the 
unexpired term. Terry resigned September 20, 1859. W. W. Cope, who had been 
elected to succeed Judge Terry, was appointed to the vacancy, which expired January 
1, 1860. W. W. Cope commenced January 1, 1860, for the full term. 

(e) Elected September, 1851, as successor to Judge Hastings, for the term of six 
years from January 1, 1852. After the resignation of Judge Lyons, Heydenfeldt wag 
the senior on the Bench, and in point of fact was Chief Justice. However, the records 
do not show that he ever acted as such. The Legislature of 1862 gave him leave of ab- 
sence for six months, and authorized the Governor to appoint to supply the temporary 
vacancy. Alexander Wells was appointed. The legality of this appointment was con- 
tested before the Supreme Court. Being only two Judges eligible to sit on the case, 
each one holding a different opinion in the matter, of course the question could not be 
determined. Judge Heydenfeldt, in the meantime, returned, and entered upon the duties 
of the office. He resigned January 13, 1857. Peter H. Burnett appointed to vacancy. 
January 1, 1858, S. J. Field qualified for full term. Resigned, 1863. E. B. Crocker 
appointed, and was on the Bench the April term of that year. Upon the resignation of 
Judge Field, W. W. Cope became Chief Justice. He acted in that capacity and Judge 
Norton and E. B. Crocker Associates, until the amendments of the Constitution were 
ratified and took effect. 

(d) Was elected under the new Constitution ; drew the short term, and was Chief 
Justice till January, 1866. Re-elected for full term, to commence December 2, 1867. 

(e) W. D. Harriman resigned August 3, 1867, and Wm. G. Wood was appointed by 
the Governor the same day. 

(/) Elected Judicial election October, 1867 ; term commence January 1, 1868. 

(g) The Legislature of 1865-6 made the Clerk of Supreme Court a salaried office, and 
fixed the salary at $4,000. The fees of the Clerk of the Supreme Court are paid into 
the General Fund of the State. Each case is charged $20. 



Judicial Districts and Judges. 

DISTRICT. COUNTIES. JUDGK. 

1st District— Los Angeles, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis 

Obispo and Santa Barbara Pablo de la Guerra. 

2d District — Tehama, Butte, Plumas and Lassen Warren T. Sexton. 

3d District — Alameda, Monterey, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz Satn'l B. McKee. 

4th District — Northern part of San Francisco E. D. Sawyer. 

5th District — San Joaquin, Tuolumne, Mono and Alpine Jos. M. Cavis. 

6th District — Sacramento and Yolo Jno. B. McKunei. 

7th District — Marin, Mendocino, Napa, Solano, Sonoma and Lake... J. B. Southard. 
8th District— Klamath, Del Norte and Humboldt -Walter S. Brock. 



CALIFOOTU, 28 

9th District — Shasta, Siskiyou and Trinity ...„ E. Garter. 

10th District — Sutter, Yuba, Colusa and Sierra , 1 Isaac S. Belcher. 

ilth District — El Dorado, Amador and Calaveras S. W. Brockway. 

12th District — Southern part of San Francisco and San Mateo Orville C. Pratt. 

13th District — Fresno, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tulare Alexander Deering. 

14th District — Nevada and Placer Thos. B. McFarland, 

15th District — San Francisco and Contra Costa S. H. Dwindle. 

16th District— Alpine, Inyo, Kern and Mono Theron Reed. 



Legislatures of California. 

Members. — The Constitution of California provides that the number of Members of 
the Assembly shall not exceed eighty, and that of the Senators shall not be less than 
one-third, nor more than one half of the Assembly. The Apportionment Act of 1853 
fixed the number of Senators not to exceed thirty-three, and the Members of the As- 
sembly at eighty ; total, one hundred and thirteen. The terms of the Senators were, 
until the Amendment of the Constitution, 1863, two years, one half of which expired, 
each year ; of the Members of Assembly one year. Under the amended Constitution 
the Senators' term is four, and Assemblymen two years. The apportionment of 1861 
fixes the number of Senators at 40, and Assemblymen, 80. 

First Session. — Convened December 15th, 1849, at San Jose, and adjourned after a ses- 
sion of one hundred and twenty-nine days, on the 22d of April, 1850. Number of mem- 
bers : Senate, 16 ; Assembly, 36 ; total, 52. I. F. Howe was Secretary of the Senate ; 
T. J. Austin, Sergeant-at-Arms ; T. J. White, Speaker of the House ; E. H. Sharp, 
Chief Clerk, and S. N. Houston, Sergeant-at-Arms — during the Session White resigned, 
and the Hon. John Bigler was elected to fill the vacancy. 

Second Session.— Convened at San Jose, January 6th, 1851, and adjourned after a ses- 
sion of one hundred and sixteen days, on the 1st of May, 1851. Number of members : 
Senate, 16 ; Assembly, 36 ; total, 52. I. F. Howe, Secretary of the Senate ; Clark 
Burnham, Sergeant-at-Arms ; John Bigler, Speaker of the House ; George 0. McMullin, 
Clerk ; and W. W. Gift, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Third Session, — Convened at Vallejo, January 5th, 1852; removed to Sacramento, 
January 12th, 1852, and adjourned after a session of one hundred and twenty-one days, 
on the 4th of May, 1852. Number of Members : Senate, 27 ; Assembly, 62 ; total, 89. 
A. C. Bradford, Secretary of the Senate ; Clark Burnham, Sergeant-at-Arms ; R. P.Ham- 
mond, Speaker of the House ; Blanton McAlpin, Clerk ; and C. C. Hornsby, Sergeant- 
at-Arms. 

Fourth Session— Convened at Vallejo, January 3d, 1853 ; removed to Benicia Febru- 
ary 4th, 1853, and adjourned after a session of one hundred and thirty-seven days, on 
the 19th of .May, 1853. Number of members : Senate, 27 ; Assembly, 63 ; total, 90. A. 
C.Bradford, Secretary of the Senate'; G. W. Tenbrpck, Sergeant-at-Arms; Isaac B. 
Wall, Speaker of the House ; Blanton McAlpin, Clerk, and George W. Coffee, Sergeant* 
at-Arms. 

Fifth Session. — Convened at Benicia, January 2d, 1854 ; removed to Sacramento Feb- 
ruary 25th, 1854, and adjourned after a session of one hundred and thirty-four days, 
on the 15th of May, 1854. Number of member^ : Senate, 34 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 
114. John Y. Lind, Secretary of the Senate ; W. H. Harvey, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Chas. 
S. Fairfax, Speaker of the House ; Blanton McAlpin, Clerk ; and George H. BiaJte, 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 



24 CALIFORNIA. 

Note. — The First Senatorial District was represented in tbe Senate of 1864 by two 
members, making the number of Senators of that session one more than was provided 
for by the apportionment of 1853. 

Sixth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 5th, 1855, and adjourned after a 
session of one hundred and six days, on the 21st of April, 1855. Number of members : 
Senate, 33 ; Assembly, 80; total, 113. W. A. Cornwall, Secretary of the Senate; J. 
T. Knox, Sergeant-at-Arms ; W. W. Stow, Speaker of the House ; J. M. Anderson, 
Clerk ; and Blanton McAlpin, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Seventh Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 7th, 1856, and adjourned after 
a session of one hundred and six days, on the 21st of April, 1856. Number of members : 
Senate, 33 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 113. Wm. Bausman, Secretary of the Senate ; J. W. 
Boss, Sergeant-at-Arms; J. T. Farley, Speaker of the House ; J. M. Anderson, Clerk ; 
and E. Gates, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Eighth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 5th, 1857, and after a session of 
ninety-five days, adjourned on the 9th day of April, 1857. Number of members : Sen- 
ate, 33; Assembly, 80; total, 113. George S. Evans, Secretary of the Senate ; Alex- 
ander, Sergeant-at-Arms ; E. F. Beatty, Speaker of the House ; William Campbell, 
Clerk ; and Silas Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms, 

Ninth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 4th, 1858, and after a session of 
one hundred and fourteen days, adjourned on the 26th day of April, 1858. Number of 
members: Senate, 33 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 113. T. N. Cazneau, Secretary of the 
Senate ; J. W. Hawkins, Sergeant-at-Arms ; N. E. Whitesides, Speaker of the House ; 
J. W. Scobey, Clerk ; and James F. Quin, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Tenth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 3d, 1859, and after a session of 
one hundred and seven days, adjourned on the 19th day of April, 1859. Number of 
members ; Senate, 33 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 113. E. C. Palmer, Secretary of the Sen- 
ate ; J. W. Hawkins, Sergeant-at-Arms ; W. C. Stratton, Speaker of the House ; C. Gil- 
man, Clerk ; and James Moore, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Eleventh Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 2d, 1860, and after a session of 
one hundred and two days, adjourned on the 13th day of April, 1860. Number of 
members : Senate, 33 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 113. J. R. Beard, Secretary of the Senate; 
W. H. Bell, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Phil Moore, Speaker of the House ; J. M. Anderson, 
Clerk ; and C. W. Tozer, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Twelfth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 7th, 1861, and after a session of 
one hundred and four days, adjourned on the 20th day of April, 1861. Number of 
members : Senate, 33 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 113. C. W. Tozer, Secretary of the Sen- 
ate ; W. F. Williamson, Sergeant-at-Arms ; R. Burnell, Speaker of the House ; J. M. An- 
derson, Clerk ; and M. Gray, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Thirteenth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 6th, 1862, and adjourned to 
San Francisco on the 22d day of January, 1862, and after a session of one hundred and 
thirty days, adjourned on the 15th day of May, 1862. Number of members : Senate, 
40 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 120. Thomas Hill, Secretary of the Senate ; A. C. Turner, 
Sergeant-at-Arms ; George Barstow, Speaker of the House ; J. Sedgwick, Clerk ; and 
H. J. Clayton, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Fourteenth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, January 5th, 1863, and after a session 
of one hundred and thirteen days, adjourned on the 27th day of April, 1863. Number of 
members : Senate, 40 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 120. John White, Secretary of the Senate ; 
George I. Lytle, Sergeant-at-Arms ; T. N. Machin, Speaker of the House ; H. G. Wor- 
th ingt on, Clerk ; and Thomas Egar, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



CALIFORNIA. 25 

Fifteenth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, December 7th, 1863, and after a session 
of one hundred and twenty days, adjourned on the 4th day of April, 1864. Number of 
members : Senate, 40 ; Assembly, 80 ; total, 120. C. Westmorland, Secretary of the 
Senate ; J. Helmsley, Sergeant-at-Arms ; W. H. Sears, Speaker of the House ; 0. C. 
Wheeler, Clerk ; and W. Rider, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Sixteenth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, December 4th, 1865, remained in ses- 
sion one hundred and twenty days, adjourned on the 2d day of April, 1866. Number of 
members : Senate, 40 ; Assembly, 80 ; total 120. John White, Secretary of the Senate; 
John Moran, Sergeant-at-Arms ; John Yule, Speaker of the House ; M, Boruck, Clerk ; 
and B. Dore, Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Seventeenth Session. — Convened at Sacramento, December 2d, 1867 — In session, and 
will likely continue as long as the law permits. Number of members : Senate, 40 ; 
Assembly, 80 ; total, 120. 



Salary of State Officers. 

Governor, elected for four years $7,000 per annum. 

Lieutenant-Governor, elected for four years 4,000 " " 

Secretary of State, elected for four years 4,000 " " 

Controller, elected for four years 4,000 " " 

Treasurer, elected for four years 4,000 " . " 

Attorney-General, elected for four years 4,000 " " 

Surveyor-General, elected for four years ...3,000 " " 

Superintendent Public Instruction, elected for four years 3,000 " " 

Adjutant-General, appointed by the Governor, for two years 3,000 " " 

Librarian, by appointment 2,500 " " 

Deputy Librarian, by appointment 1,800 " " 

Supreme Court, Clerk 4,000 " «« 

State Printer Fees. 



State Elections. 

The term of the present State officers commenced the 2d day of December (being the 
first Monday), 1867, and will expire the first Monday in December, 1871. 

The General Election for Sate and County officers, is held on the first Wednesday in 
September ; for State officers, every fourth year ; for County, every second year. The 
Judicial Election, for the various judicial officers of the State and Counties, is held on 
the third Wednesday in October, every second year, commencing with 1863. The pro- 
vision of the Constitution requiring the special judicial election, has been under con- 
sideration, and the voters at the last General election expressed their willingness to 
change it so that the judicial officers may be elected at the General election in Septem- 
ber, and thereby save the unnecessary expense of one election. 



State Boards. 

Board of Examiners.— This Board examines all demands against the State, and upon 
its order the amount due, or supposed to be due, is paid. It is composed of his JExcel- 

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26 CALIFORNIA. 

lency H. H. Haight, Secretary of State H. L. Nichols, and the Attorney General Jo. 
Hamilton. 

The Board of War Examiners. — The Adjutant General, Surveyor General and the At- 
torney General. 

The Board of Military AuHtors. — The duties of the Board are to consider claims 
growing out of military matters and things appertaining thereto. The members are the 
Commander-in-Chief of the State, Adjutant General and Surveyor General. 

Board of Stamp Commissioners. — Governor H. H. Haight, Treasurer Antonio F. Coro- 
nel and Attorney General Jo. Hamilton. 

Board of Trustees of State Library. — Attorney General Jo. Hamilton, J. W. Winans, 
H. W. Harkness, C. G. W. French, W. C. Belcher. 

State Prison Directors. — Governor H. H. Haight, William Holden and H. L. Nichols. 

[For Appointees, see Appendix.] 



Senators and Representatives in Congress. 

From the Organization of the State, to the first of January y 1866. 



SENATORS. 

William M. Gwin, 
John C. Fremont. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

E. Gilbert, 
G. W. Wright. 



Gwin and Fremont were elected Senators by the first Legislature, and took their seats 
after the admission of California into the Union, the 19th of September, 1850. Fre- 
mont drew the short term, which expired on the fourth of March, 1851. The Legisla- 
ture of that year failed to elect' his successor. Gilbert and Wright's term also expired 
4th of March, 1851. Joseph W. McCorkle and Edward Marshall were elected Represen- 
tatives, and to succeed Wright and Gilbert. The Legislature of 1852 elected John 
B. Weller U. S. Senator, to succeed J. C. Fremont. Term commenced 4th March, 
1851, and expired 4th March, 1857. In 1852, Milton S. Latham and James A. McDougall 
were elected Representatives to succeed McCorkle and Marshall, whose term of office 
expired 4th of March, 1853. In 1854, J. W. Denver and P. H* Herbert were elected to 
succeed Latham and McDougall, whose term expired the 4th of March, 1865. Senator 
Wm. M. Gwin's term expired the 4th of March, 1855, but the Legislature failed to elect 
his successor. The Legislature of 1856, known as the Know Nothing Legislature, also 
failed to elect a U. S. Senator, therefdre J. B. Weller was alone in the Senate one whole 
session and a part of another. In 1856, Joseph C. McKibben and Charles L. Scott were 
elected successors to Denver and Herbert, whose term expired the 4th of March, 1857. 
The Legislature of 1857 re-elected Wm. M. Gwin, United States Senator, and also elected 
David C. Broderick to succeed John B. Weller, whose term expired the 4th of March, 
1857. The Legislature of 1858 changed the time of electing Representatives to Con- 
gress, making it the same day upon which the Governor and Members of the Legislature 
were elected. In 1859 John C. Burch and Charles L. Scott were elected to succeed 
Scott and McKibben, whose term expired the 4th of March, 1859. In September, 1859, 
David C. Broderick fell on the field in mortal combat with David S. Terry, which made 
a vacancy, and Governor Weller appointed H. P. Haun, of Yuba, on the 3d of Novem- 
ber, 1859, to fill the vacancy until the Legislature elected his successor. The Legisla- 
ture of 1860 elected Milton S. Matham on the 13th of January, for the balance of David 
C. Broderick' b term* The Legislature of 1861 elected James A. McDougal to succeed 



CALIFORNIA. 27 

Wm. M. Gwin, whose term expired the 4th of March, 1861. At the general election, 
1861, A. A. Sargent, T. G. Phelps and F. F. Low were elected Representatives to suc- 
ceed C. L. Scott and John C. Burch, whose term expired on the 4th of March, 1861. 
California, under the old apportionment, was only entitled to two Representatives. 
Mr. Low was elected that she might be ready in case the new apportionment increased 
her number. He was admitted. The Legislature of 1863 elected John Conness as suc- 
cessor to Milton S. Latham, whose term of office expired 4th of March, 1863. At the 
general election, 1863, Cornelius Cole, Thos. B. Shannon and Wm. Higbey were elected 
Representatives to succeed Phelps, Sargent and Low, whose term expired the 4th of 
March, 1863. The Legislature of 1863-'4 changed the time of electing Representatives, 
appointing 1864, and every two years thereafter. In 1864 Wm. Higby re-elected, also 
D. C. McRuer and J. T. Bidwell were elected, whose term commenced 4th of March, 
1865, and expired 1867. On the 16th December, 1865, Cornelius Cole was elected U. S. 
Senator to succeed James A. McDougall. The Legislature of 1865-'6 changed the time 
of electing Congressmen, so that it should be at the general election of 186*7. William 
Higby was re-elected in the Third District, S. B. Axtell was elected in the First, and 
James A. Johnson was elected in the Second District. Their term will be considered 
as commencing on the 4th of March, 1867, and will expire on the 4th of March, 1869. 
The Senator elected by the Legislature of 1867, to succeed John Conness — see Appen- 
dix. 

Recapitulation. 

SENATORS. 

W. M. Gwin Term from 1849 to 1855. 

J. C. Fremont " " 1849 to .1851. 

JohnB. Weller " " 1851 to 1857. 

David C. Broderick " " 1857 to 1859. 

W. M. Gwin " " 1857 to 1861. 

H. P. Haun, by appointment December 1859 to 1860. 

Milton S. Latham, Jan., 1860, on Broderick's term, expired... 1863. 

J. A. McDougall Term from 1861 to 1867. 

John Conness * " " 1863 to 1869. 

Cornelius Cole " " 1867 to 1873. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

1st.— E. Gilbert From 1849 to 4th March, 1851. 

Geo. W. Wright " 1849 " " " 1851. 

J. W. McCorkle " 1851 » " " 1853. 

Edward Marshall ; " 1851 " " " 1853. 

Milton S.Latham " 1853 " " " 1855. 

John A. McDougall " 1853 " " " 1855. 

J. W. Denver " 1855 « " " 1857. 

Phil. H.Herbert " 1855 " " " 1857. 

Charles L. Scott " 1857 " " " 1859. 

Joseph C. McKibben " 1857" " " 1859. 

Charles L. Scott ' " 1859" « » 1861. 

John C. Burch » 1859 « " » 1861. 

A. A. Sargent " 1861" " « 1863. 

T.G.Phelps " 1861 " " " 1863. 

F. F. Low " 1861 " " " 1863. 

Thomas B. Shannon " 1863 " " " 1865. 

William Higby " 1863 " " " 1865. 



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28 CALIFORNIA. 

Cornelius Cole From 1863 to March 4, 1865. 

Wm. Higby " 1865 " " " 1867. 

D. C. McRuer " 1865 " " " 1867. 

J. T. Bidwell « 1865 " " " 1867. 

S. B. Axtell » 1867" " " 1869. 

Wm.Higby " 1867 " " " 1869. 

James A. Johnson " 1867 " " " 1869. 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY. 

The gold-hunters who came to California in 1849 found her territory under the man- 
ner of the Mexican law. The national jurisdiction had been changed, but, for want of 
time, no local laws had been substituted for the loose and vague Mexican system in 
practice before California was ceded to the United States. The gold fever being intense, 
and continually increasing, but little time could be snatched from its requirements to 
deliberate upon or even think of wise laws or proper government. Each party seemed 
to regard himself a sojourner " but for a day," after which a speedy re-union with his 
friends in the " East" whence he came. The line of action was marked by industry 
and energy nicely blended with honesty and confidence, while that justice supposed to 
be dealt out by Courts proceeded from the Bench of Alcaldes, whose jurisdiction was 
without bounds and whose cognizance was without limit. Whether Alcaldes had any 
statutes for their guide or whether they made the law to suit the case that came before 
them is quite immaterial, since the result was all that interested the parties litigant, for 
there was no appeal from their decision or escape from their decrees, unless, however, 
the victim could u beat " the execution. In this condition was Sacramento district, 
comprising all the territory lying east of the Sacramento and north of the San Joaquin 
rivers. The latter part of August, 1849, General B. Riley, Acting Military Governor of 
the Territory of California, appointed James S. Thomas as Judge of the Court of First 
Instant, with civil jurisdiction. He also appointed W. E. Shannon Judge of the Court 
of First Instant, with criminal jurisdiction. On the 2d of September, 1849, Thomas 
entered upon the duties of his office. A suit was instituted for the recovery of money. 
The summons was made returnable the same day at 4 o'clock, at which time judgment 
was entered and execution ordered, which gives some idea of the rapidity that business, 
even of a judicial character, was transacted at that early period of Sacramento's history. 
It is not done so promptly now. On the 3d day of September Judge Thomas appointed 
J. P. Rogers, Clerk of his Court. The latter gentleman served in that capacity till the 
19th of November following and resigned, whereupon James R. Lawrence was appointed. 
He continued till the 27th of December, at which time Presley Dunlap was appointed to 
the position. Judge Shannon opened his Court for criminal business in September, 1849. 
R. A. Wilson was appointed Clerk, and S. C. Hastings acted as Prosecuting Attorney. 
D. B. Hanner, who had been elected Sheriff by the people, in their primary capacity, the 
1st day of August preceding, attended both the Civil and Criminal Courts. The first 
case before Judge Shannon was a prosecution against a party for stealing a cow from 
Samuel Norris. During the trial, defendant's counsel objected to the proceeding, be- 
cause it was not in conformity with that constitutional provision guaranteeing to every 
party accused of high crime, that before he can be put upon trial he must have been 
indicted by a grand jury of his countrymen. The Court held that, inasmuch as the de- 
fendant did not raise the question in the beginning of the case he was deemed as waving 
his right, and that the trial must proceed. The defendant was found guilty and fined 
$200 00 and costs, which amounted to $515— rather costly beef. About December 1, 



CALIFORNIA. 29 

1849, R. A. Wilson succeeded to the Bench, vice Shannon, deceased. On January 11, 

1850, he appointed A. J. McCall Clerk of his Court for Sacramento, and on January 26th 
he appointed Stephen J. Field (who is the present Judge of the Supreme Court of the 
United States, for the Pacific district), as Clerk of his Court, to reside at Marysville. 
During the time Sacramento was flooded that Winter, Wilson held his Court at 
Marysville. The two Courts alluded to did the judicial business of the district, both 
civil and criminal, until the organization of the judiciary under the State Constitution, 
which occurred May 20, 1850. The first election law appointed the 1st Monday in Octo- 
ber as the day for holding the election for State officers, denominating that the General 
election. The 1st Monday in April was designated for the election of County officers 
and was called the County election. The Legislature of 1851 repealed the clause rela- 
tive to the county election, and provided the county election be held at the same time of 
the General election. The time for holding the General election was also changed from 
the 1st Monday in Octobei to the 1st Wednesday in September, providing that the year 
the Presidential election occurs the General election for the State shall be the same day 
set apart for that. This statute remains in force yet. 

Senators and Representatives. 

At the election held in November, 1849, the time the Constitution of the State was 
adopted, Sacramento district elected the following Senators and Representatives : Henry 
E. Robinson, E. 0. Crosby, John Bidwell and T. J. Green — Senators. P. B. Cornwall, 
H. C. Cardwell, John T. Hughes, E. W. McKinstry, John Bigler, GeOrgeB. Tingley, 
Madison Walthall, Thomas J. White and John F. Williams — Assemblymen. A con- 
test arose between W. B. Dickinson and John Bigler, as to who was entitled to the seat. 
It was decided in favor of the latter gentleman. This was the first contested election 
case in the State ; there have been nnmerous ones since. This Legislature, though it 
convened in December, 1849, was known as the Legislature of 1850, and the laws en- 
acted are so denominated. The apportionment made at that term for 1851, gave Sacra- 
mento county, as then organized, but one Senator, and three Assemblymen. The Statutes 
of 1851) amended by allowing two Senators, and four Assemblymen. The Legislature 
of 1862 increased the Assemblymen to five. 



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(a) Thomas wag elected Judge by the Legislature of 1 8 49-' 50. He resigned Jan- 
uary 1st, 1851. Tod Robinson was appointed, and presided till about the 9th of Au- 
gust. Ferris Forman succeeded Robinson the 14th of August — he remained on the 
Bench about one month. On the 15th September, 1851, Lewis Aldrich entered upon the 
duties of District Judge. At the general election in November, 1852, A. 0. Monson was 
elected, and went into office January 1st, 1853. In August, 1857, he resigned. 
Charles T. Botts was appointed to fill the vacancy. At the general election in 1858, 
John H. McEune was elected, and entered upon the duties of the office January 1st, 1859, 
and continued on the Bench ever since; his present term expires 1869. 

(b) Judge Willis resigned November 18th, 1853. John Heard was appoinedby Gov- 
ernor Bigler to fill the vacancy. General election, 1854, Heard was elected ; 1857, Rob- 
ert Robinson was elected. Robert C Clark, elected in 1861, commenced the term Jan- 
uary 1st, 1862. Under the new Constitution, he was re-elected in 1863, for full term of 
four years. Again elected in 1867 — term will expire in 1872. 

(c) Sheriff McKenney was killed near Brighton on the evening of the 15th of Au- 
gust, 1850 ; being the day succeeding the squatter riot in Sacramento city. BenMcCul- 
loch was elected at a special election held the first Monday in September, 1850. 

(d) The Legislature of 1851, amended the Act relative to officers ; abolished the of- 
fice of County Attorney, and assigned the duties of the office to the District Attorney. 
In the mean time, Wm. C. Wallace resigned, and Milton S. Latham succeeded to the offi- 
ce of District Attorney, October 18th, 1850. 

(e) Wm. Glaskins resigned August 2 2d, 1850. John W. Peyton was appointed to 
fill the vacancy. November 29th, 1850, Peyton resigned, and Charles H. Swift was ap- 
pointed Treasurer and Collector of the county, by the Court of Sessions, of which he 
was a member, to fill the vacancy. 

(/) Bird absconded, and James C. McDonough was appointed by the Board of Su- 
pervisors, September 16th, 1863. 

(g) Hatch was elected in 1855, being the first Superintendent of Schools elected 
by the people— the Assessor did the duties under the former statute. 

The County officers' term, commenced originally, the first Monday in May, 1850. 
That provision was amended by the Legislature of 1851, so that the term commenced on 
the first Monday in October, following the election. The first set of officers, however, 
refused to surrender until the expiration of the two years, from the time they went into 
office. The Legislature of 1863, changed the official term of county officers again, so 
that it commences the first Monday in March. It will be observed, that all the officers 
whose names appear in the foregoing tables, except the first set, were elected the year 
preceding the one under which their names are arranged. By bearing this in mind, the 
year, and parts of years they serve, can be readily understood. 



Board of Supervisors. 

The Legislature of 1852 provided for a Board of Supervisors in the respective coun- 
ties throughout the State, to transact the financial business of the county. The 5th of 
July, of that year, a special election was held at which John Noyes, Louis Z. Hagen, 
James S. Meredith and £. M. Pitcher were elected. They organized by selecting James 
S. Meredith, Chairman. 

At the General election, September, 1852, the following members were elected : 
Wm. McNulty, Luther Curtis, John Watson, H. H. Lewis and H. B. Waddilove. John 
Watson was selected Chairman. This Board continued to do the county business until 
May 16, 1853, after which the Court of Sessions assumed the control of the civil affairs 
of the county. 



34 CALIFORNIA. 

1855. — The Legislature passed another Act regulating Boards of Supervisors, and inas- 
much as the Supreme Court had decided that the Constitution contemplated the 
business concerns of the counties being managed by Supervisors, and hence the 
Court of Sessions had no power to act in the premises, the counties again elected 
Supervisors to transact that class of business and have continued to do so ever 
since. The first election under the Act of 1855 was held the 2d of April, and the 
Boards commenced upon the duties thereof early in May of that year. J. L. 
Howard, L. P. Ormsby and F. S. Mumford constituted the Board ; Howard, Chair- 
man. At the general election in September, 1855, L. R. Beckley, Josiah Johnson 
and S. R. Caldwell were elected. Josiah Johnson was chosen Chairman. 

1856. — L. R. Beckley, A. Spinks and Julius Wetzlar. Beckley, Chairman. 

1857. — Jared Irwin, C. C. Harrington and Frank Hastings. Harrington, Chairman. 

Consolidation. 
The Legislature of 1858 enacted that the city and county governments be consoli- 
dated. Five new members were added to the Board of Supervisors and the Presi- 
dent of the Board was a separate office ; each elective. A special election was held 
in April, at which H. L. Nichols, as President, and Mark Hopkins, J. H. Carroll, 
S. C. Fogus, E. Stockton and W. K Lindsay were elected. These newly elected 
members, together with the three old ones, met to transact business May 8, 1858. 
At the general election in September, of that year, the following persons were 
elected : 1st district, £. Granger ; 2d district, John Leavitt ; 3d district, Sylvester 
Marshall ; 4th district, H. T. Holmes ; 5th district, J. N. Babcock ; 6th district, John 
B. Taylor ; 7th district, L. C. Goodman ; 8th district, W. K. Lindsay. The Presi- 
dent who was elected in the Spring continued another year. The 4th of August, 
1859, B. H. Hereford was elected member of the Board, vice W. K. Lindsay, re- 
signed. 

1859. — Wm. Shattuck, President ; 1st district; E. Granger ; 2d district, John Leavitt ; 
3d district, R. L. Robertson ; 4th, A. Henley ; 5th district, J. N. Babcock ; 6th dis- 
trict, A. M. Green ; 7th district, L. C. Goodman ; 8th district, Larkin Lamb. Thos. 
Letson, Clerk, being first elected under the Consolidation Act. 

October 12, 1859, Thomas Hunt was elected by the Board a member thereof, vice 
L. C. Goodman, resigned. 

i860. — 1st district, E. Granger; 2d district, Thomas Hansbrow ; 3d district, P. H. Rus- 
sell ; 4th district, A. Henley ; 5th district, J. S. Wood ; 6th district, A. M. Green ; 
7th district, S. Waterman ; 8th district, Larkin Lamb ; Wm. Shattuck, President, 
continued. 

1861. — Wm. Shattuck, President, re-elected ; 1st district, E. Granger ; 2d district, Thos. 
Hansbrow ; 3d district, P. H. Russell ; 4th district, S. Hite ; 5th district, J. S. 
Woods ; 6th district, Jacob Dickerson ; 7th district, S. Waterman ; 8th district, 
John Hall ; Josiah Howell, Clerk. 

1862.— 1st district, E. Granger ; 2d district, N. L. Drew ; 3d district, Thomas Ross ; 4th 
district, S. Hite ; 5th district, J. L- Graves ; 6th district, Jacob Dickerson ; 7th 
district, D. L. Williams ; 8th district, J. Hall ; Wm. Shattuck, President, continued. 

1863. — The Legislature, by enactment, divided the city and county governments ; gave 
each a separate organization, reducing the Supervisors for the county to five mem- 
bers. The new organization was effected in the Spring. The following then con- 
stituted the Board : 1st district, A. C. Bidwell ; 2d district, Thomas Ross ; 3d dis- 
trict, Joseph Hull ; 4th district, H. A. Thompson ; 5th district, Dwight Hollister. 
They organized by electing Thomas Ross, Chairman. 



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1863. — General election. D. W. Clark was elected by 1st district ; Thomas 
Ross, 2d district ; Joseph Hull, 3d district ; H. A. Thompson, 4th district ; Dwight 
Hollister, 5th district. H. A. Thompson absented himself and upon motion of D. 
W. Clark, Jesse Couch was elected member of the Board for the 4th district, the 
16th of November. 

1865. — General election. The following persons were elected for the term of two years, 
commencing the 1st Monday in October of that year : 1st district, D. W. Clark ; 
2d district, M. McManus ; 3d district, Joseph Hull ; 4th district, Jesse Couch ; 5th 
district, Wm. Beckman. Hull, Chairman ; W. A. Anderson, Clerk. 

1867. — 1st district, John Domingos / 2d district, C. H. Ross ; 3d district, Joseph Bailey ; 
4th district, J. S. Meredith ; 5th district, Wm. Beckman. Meredith, Chairman ; W. A. 
Mc Williams, Clerk. 



Court of Sessions. 

This Court of criminal jurisdiction was composed of the County Judge and two Asso- 
ciates. The latter were elected by a convention of Justices of the Peace, holden the 
first Monday of October of each year, except the first convention, which was held the 
20th of May, 1850, and C. C. Sackett and Charles H. Swift were elected Associates. 
Under the law of 1850, Justices of the Peace were elected for two years, hence the As- 
sociates on the Bench of Sessions held for that period. This Court, in early times, at- 
tended to the financial affairs of the county, and filled vacancies in office occa- 
sioned by death or resignation of the party elected to the same, that were not otherwise 
provided for by law. 

On the 27th day of November, 1850, the County Treasurer resigned, leaving a vacan- 
cy in that department. Charles H. Swift, member of the court came out a candidate 
for the position and was appointed by his own court, which rendered it necessary for 
him to resign his place on the Bench. James Brown was chosen Associate in his stead. 

The Court of Sessions from October, 1851, to October, 1852— B. J. Willis, Judge; 
Geo. Wilson and James B. Gates, Associates. 
1852-3. — E. J. Willis Judge. He resigned the 18th of November, 1853, and Jno. Heard 

was appointed. James B. Gates and J. T. Day were Associates. 
1853-4. — John Heard, Judge; Gilbert M. Cole and D. H. Taft, Associates. 
1854-5. — John Heard, Judge; H. Lockwood and B. D. Fry, Associates. 
1855-6. — John Heard, Judge; S. N. Baker and C. C. Jenks, Associates. 
185&>-7. — The same as next above. 

1857-8. — Robert Robinson, Judge; C. A. Hill and Peter Bross, Associates. 
1858-9. — Robert Robinson, Judge; James Coggins and W. B. Whitesides, Associates. 
1859-60. — Robert Robinson, Judge; James Coggins and Hodgkins, Associates. 
1860-1. — Robert C. Clark, Judge; James Coggins and George Cone, Associates. 
1861-2. — Robert C. Clark, Judge; George Cone and Prescott Robinson, Associates. 
1862-3. — RobertC. Clark, Judge; George Cone and W. W. Crouse, Associates. 

Under the new Constitution, the Legislature of 1863-4, abolished the Court of Ses- 
sions, and extended the jurisdiction of the County Court to the class of cases formerly 
adjudicated in that Court. 



Present County Officers. 

County Judge, R. C. Clark ; term expires January, 1872 ; District Attorney, James 
C. Goods ; Sheriff, James Lansing ; Under Sheriff, E. F. White ; Deputies, Thomas 



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Sherman, Jas. Sullivan and Nathaniel Boice ; Clerk, E. D. Sbirland ; Deputies, John 
Parnell ; W. Tim one, District Court ; Mat Clarken, County Court ; Robert McCarty, in Re- 
corder's office ; Treasurer, Ezra Woolson ; Assessor ; E. B. Ryan ; Surveyor, A. G. 
Winn ; Warden, the Sheriff performs the service, for which he receives $200 per month; 
Coroner, J. A. Conboie ; Public Administrator, F. R. Dray ; Superintendent of Schools, 
F. W. Hatch ; Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, W. A. Anderson. The term of the 
above officers, except the County Judge, expires on the first Monday in March, 1868 

Board of Supervisors. — First District, John Domingos; Second District, C. H. Ross; 
Third District, Joseph Bailey ; Fourth District, J. S. Meredith ; Fifth District, Wm. 
Beckman. Term of office commenced the first Monday in October, 1867, and will expire 
the first Monday in October, 1869. 



County Officers Elect- 
To be installed the first Monday in March, 1868 — District Attorney, James C. Goods ;* 
County Clerk, W. B. C. Brown ; Sheriff, E. F. White ; and H. M. La Rue, contestants : 
Treasurer, A. Spinks ; Assessor, F. R. Dray ; Surveyor, John Doherty ; Public Admin- 
istrator, Wm. Shattuck ; Coroner, J. P. Counts ; Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, 
W.A. McWilliams. 

* The first time that a District Attorney has ever been re-elected in the county. 



Debt of the County. 

Bonds of 1852, not funded $ 855 00 

Bondsof 1857, not funded 2,905 24 

Bonds of 1859, outstanding 412,300 00 

0. P. Railroad Bonds, outstanding , 286,500 00 

$702,560 24 

Interest due on Bonds, 1857 2,662 72 

Interest on bonds, 1852 299 20 

$705,522 16 



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CITY OF SACRAMENTO. 

The town, since the City of Sacramento, was surveyed, during the month of Decem- 
ber, 1848, by Oapt. Wm. H. Warner of United States Army. Soon after, an election 
was held at Sutter's Fort — Frank Bates and John S. Fowler were chosen first and sec- 
ond Alcaldes. The latter resigned in the Spring of '49, and Henry A. Schoolcraft was 
elected to fill the vacancy. At the same time, the following persons were elected as a 
Board of Commissioners, to frame a code of laws for the embryo city : Messrs. Brannan, 
Snyder, Slater, Hensley, King, Cheever, McCoover, McDougall, Barton, Lee, Fette, Dr. 
Carpenter, Southard and Fowler. Upon the call of this Board of Commissioners, the 
people convened in April, under an Oak, at the foot of I street, to consider the report 
they proposed to make. The Commissioners' report recommended but one Alcalde, and 
one SheriiF, whose jurisdiction should extend from the Coast Range to the Sierra Neva- 
da mountains. Henry A. Schoolcraft was then elected Alcalde, and A. M. Turner, 
Sheriff. In July, a movement was made for re-organizing the Government — an election 
was held, the first of August, at the St. Louis Exchange, on Second, bet. I and J streets. 
J. P. Rogers, H. E. Robinson, P. B. Cornwall, Wm. Stout, E. F. Gillespie, Thomas F. 
Chapman, M. T. McClelland, A. M. Winn and B. Jennings, were chosen for Councilmen. 
James S. Thomas, first Magistrate ; and J. C. Zabriskie, second ; D. B. Hanner, Sheriff. 
At the same time, J. R. Snyder, J. A. Sutter, John Bidwell and W. E. Shannon, were 
elected Delegates to the Convention, to frame the State Constitution. 

The Councilmen met and organized the 2d of August, by electing Wm. Stout, Presi- 
dent. On the 25th of August, Stout being absent, A. M. Winn was elected in his place. 
J. H. Harper was appointed Clerk of the council during the month of August. James 
S. Thomas, first Magistrate UDderthis organization, was appointed by Gen. B. Riley, 
then acting Military Governor of the Territory of California, Judge of the Court of First 
Instant. He organized that Court the 2d September following, which did all the civil 
business, both of the city and district, till the organizatioa of the Judiciary, under the 
State Constitution. The Council after mature deliberation, drafted a City Charter, and 
caused the same to be submitted to the people on the 13th September, '49. It was voted 
down by 146 votes. This rather surprised the Council, yet the President, A. M. Winn, 
was not disposed to let the matter die in that way. He came out in an earnest appeal 
to the people, urging them to take some action in establishing a Government for the 
city, and called upon them to assemble at the St. Louis Exchange, at half past seven 
o'clock, on Wednesday, the 10th of October, 1849 — " then and there decide what they 
wished the City Council to do." That time, the Charter was sustained, after making 
some few changes from the original draft, by 295 majority. This Charter contained 
objectionable features, particularly those relative to taxation — the people were fearful of 
being taxed. Things at that time were rapidly changing, and the city Government was 
not an exception. 

On the 16th of October, Dr. T, J. White was elected to the Council, vice Stout, 
who had left the city, and William Glaskins appointed Clerk vice Harper, resigned. On 
the 5th of November, Jacob R. Snyder was admitted to the Council vice T. M. Mc- 
Lelland — the 22d November, E. J. C. Kewen and Smith vice Jennings and Robinson, 
resigned. On the 24th of November, Dr. Miles, vice P. B. Cornwall, resigned. In 
the mean time, the Council created a number of new offices, and appointed parties to 
fill them, to wit : R. J. Watson, Harbor Master ; Murray Morrison, City Attorney ; N. 
C. Cunningham, Marshal ; John Lacroze, Assessor of personal property ; and J. A. 



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Tutt, Asssessor of real estate ; B. Brown, Tax Collector ; S. C. Hastings, Treasurer ; E. 
Crosby, Coroner ; C. W. Coote, Engineer. 

November the 28th, the Council adopted the following rate of licenses : Wholesale 
and retail dealers in merchandise, per month, $50 ; retail dealers, $25 ; hotels and 
eating houses, $50 ; bars and coffee stands, $50 ; faro or gaming tables, each, $30 ; bil- 
liard tables, $20; bowling alleys, $10; auctioneer with merchandise license, $25 ; 
auctioneer without, $50 ; exchange brokers, $50 ; theaters, $20 ; concerts or public en- 
tertainments, $5 ; peddlers, hawkers, etc.; $20 ; meat markets, $50. 

On the 12th of December, the Council passed an Ordinance, paying themselves 
$100 per month for services. These Acts excited the people, and soon thereafter another 
meeting was called, which assembled at the Horse Market, cor. of K and Sixth streets. This 
meeting appointed Col. J. C. Zabriskie to draft such amendments, and restrictions in re- 
lation to levying taxes as were deemed necessary, and also to insert a provision requir- 
ing the election of a Mayor and Recorder. At a subsequent meeting, his report was 
adopted as the Charter, and Col. Zabriskie and Benj. R. Nickerson, were appointed to 
proceed to the Legislsture, then in session at San Jose, and urge its passage. After some 
slight amendments, the Bill passed on the 18th of March, 1850, and it became a law. The 
first election under the new Charter took place the first of April, 1850, being the same 
day appointed for electing the county officers, under the State Constitution, throughout 
the State. This gives us the initiatory point from which lollows the names of the mu- 
merous 

City Officers, down to January 1st, 1868. 

1850. — The first city election under the State Constitution, was held the 1st of April, 
at which the following officers were elected: 

Harden Bigelow, Mayor; B. F. Washington, Recorder; N. 0. Cunningham, Marshal; 
J. Woodland, Assessor; J. Neely Johnson, City Attorney; Barton Lee, Treasurer. 

Councilmen. — Jesse Moore, Demas Strong, Charles A. Tweed, Thomas McDowell, V. 
Spalding, J M. McKenzie, Charles H. Miller, A. P. Petit and J. R. Hardenberg. On the 
21st of the ensuing May, James Queen was elected to the Council, vice C. H. Miller, re- 
signed. 

The Council appointed the following: J. B. Mitchell, Clerk of the Council; Geo. 
W. Hammersly, Harbor Master, with one Deputy; Dr. V. Spalding, City Physician; C. 
W. Coote, City Surveyor; E. B. Pratt, Collector, and J. Stanley, Measurer of Lumber. 
The latter office was abolished at the expiration of Stanley's term. 

During the squatter riot, which occurred the 14th of August, Mayor Bigelow was 
wounded. Before he recovered, that alarming and fatal disease cholera came upon him, 
and he died the 26th of November, in San Francisco. His remains were brought to Sac- 
ramento on the 28th, and buried with public honors. Early in December following 
Horace Smith was elected to the vacancy thus occasioned in the Mayoralty. 

1851. — The second Municipal election, held April 5th, James R. Hardenberg elected 
Mayor; W. H. McGrew, Recorder; W. S. White, Marshal; J. Neely Johnson, City At- 
torney; Samuel McKee, Assessor; W. R. McCracken, Treasurer; John Requa, Harbor 
Master; James M. Maxy, Deputy Marshal. 

Common Council. — Richard Cheenery, E. D. Kennedy, Charles Duncombe, A. Martin, 
C. I. Hutchinson, Carey Peebles, J. A. Haines, B. F. Johnson and L. B. Pachin. 

Appointed by the Council: L. Curtis, Clerk; C. W. Coote, City Surveyor; V. Spald- 
ing, City Physician. The Marshal was Collector. 

1852. — Third election held April 5th, C. I. Hutchinson elected. Mayor; W. H. 
McGrew, Recorder; R. Cheenery, Treasurer; J. G. Hyer, City Attorney; John Requa, Har- 
bor Master; D. McDowell, Marshal and Collector; Wm. Lewis, Assessor. 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 39 

Councilmen. — J. A. Haines, W. H Watson, G. W. Chedic, C. W. Barker, J. H. Nevett, 
J. H. Updegraff, S. C. Fogus, J. Forshee and T. P. Robb— all Whigs. 

The Council appointed Washington Meeks, Clerk. It is quite probable the Council 
appointed other minor officers, whose names we failed to find in the records of that time. 

1853. — The fourth election, held the 4th of April, J. R. Hardenberg elected H Mayor; 
N. Greene Curtis, Recorder; Charles J. Torbert, Treasurer; Lewis Sanders, Jr., City 
Attorney; Samuel T. Clymer, Assessor; Gordon Backus, Harbor Master; Wm. S. White, 
Marshal and Collector. 

Common Council. — R. P. Johnson, P. J. Hickey, J. T. Moore, P. H. Burnett. R. A. 
Pearis, John Gillig, Samuel Youngs, C. H. Bradford, A. S. Gove. 

The Council appointed John A. Fowler, Clerk; L. Welborn, Deputy Marshal; Dr. J. 
F. Montgomery appointed City Physician; John McClory, Captain of Police, and R. P. 
Jacobs, Lieutenant of Police. These latter positions were created by an amendment to 
the charter. 

1854. — The fifth election the 3d of April, R. P. Johnson, Mayor; N. Greene Curtis, 
Recorder; N. A. H. Ball, Collector; W. C. Wallace, City Attorney; Wm. E. Chamber- 
lain, Treasurer; E. C. Winchell, Assessor; Frank Harney, Harbor Master; W. S. White, 
Marshal; C. I. Hutchinson, Controller, and Dr. H. W. Harkness, Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Schools. 

Common Council. — L. A. Booth, W. H. Watson, A. S. Gove, Leonard Goss, James 
Haworth, Samuel Carlisle, William S. Emery, George Rowland and J. R. Vinyard. 

The Council appointed T. A. Thomas, Secretary of their Body; Samuel Deal, Captain 
of Police; Green Wildes, Lieutenant of Police; Jas. H. Nevitt, Superintendent of Water 
Works; C. W. Coote, City Surveyor; E. H. Heacock was appointed by the Recorder 
Clerk of his Court; J. H. Lewis, Clerk of the Water Works; Thorn Coles, Engineer of 
the Water Works. 

At the General election in September, A. S. Gove was elected State Senator, and J. 
R. Vineyard Assemblymen. Prescott Robinson and Gordon Backus were chosen at a 
special election to fill the vacancies thus occasioned in the Council. 

1855. — The sixth election, the 2d of April, James L. English was elected Mayor; N. 
Greene Curtis, Recorder; J. W. Haines, Marshal; Prescott Robinson, Assessor; J, T. 
Knox, Collector; Horace Smith, City Attorney; John C. Barr, Treasurer; Francis Tukey, 
Superintendent of Public Schools. 

Aldermen. — 1st Ward — Mark Hopkins, Washington Meeks and Frank Denver. 2d 
Ward— C. C. Hayden, David Meeker and D. S. Woodward. Third Ward— Chas. Crock- 
er, J. P. Hardy and L. Frink. These were all Enow Nothings. 

Officers by appointment. — W. P. Henry, Superintendent of Water Works; Thorn 
Coles, Engineer of the Waterworks; C. M. Cornell, City Surveyor; W. E. Chamberlain, 
Secretary of the Council; James S. Jameson, Clerk of the Water Works; J. A. Tutt, 
Deputy Marshal; John McClory, Captain of Police; Daniel C. Gay, Lieutenant of Po- 
lice. The Marshal at that time was ez-officio Harbor Master. 

The Mayor, James M. English, tendered his resignation to the Common Council the 
23d of April, to take effect the 25th. The Council, however, prevailed upon him to 
withdraw it, and he served his full term. Tukey filled the office of Superintendent but 
a short time and resigned; Dr. F. W. Hatch was appointed thereto. * 

1856. — The seventh Municipal election, April 7th, B. B. Redding was elected Mayor ; 
Wm. W. Price, Recorder. Wm. N. Brainard, Treasurer ; John H. Housman, Collector ; 
W. C. Felch, Assessor ; Henry Starr, City Attorney; Thomas McAlpin, Marshal ; Dr. F. 
W. Hatch, Superintendent Public Schools. 

Aldermen. — 1st Ward, J. W. L. Hunt, James Bowstead and Lorenzo Hamilton ; 2d 



40 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Ward, Josiah Gallup, Charles H. Shaw and H. C. Rudolph ; 3d Ward, John T. Hall, 
Henry Harvey and W. B. H. Dodson. 

Officers, by appointment : Wm. Stevenson, Clerk of Recorder's Court ; John F. Mad- 
den, Secretary of the Council ; Thomas Hansbrow, Superintendent of the Waterworks; 
Thorn Coles, Engineer of the Water Works ; Harvey Caswell, Clerk of the Waterworks; 
B. W. Martz, Deputy Marshal ; A. G. Winn, City Surveyor ; Joseph W. Taylor, Captain 
of Police ; James Lansing, Lieutenant of Police ; George C. Has well, Acting Harbor 
Master, under the appointment of the Marshal. J. W. L. Hunt resigned his place in the 
Council and E. E. Griggs was elected to fill the vacancy July 14th. Councilman Ru- 
dolph died in September, and Lewis Sanders, Jr. was elected October 11th to fill the 
vacancy in the Council thus occasioned. 

1857. — The eighth Municipal election was held on the 6th of April, at which J. P. 
Dyer was elected Mayor ; Presley Dunlap, Recorder ; James Sullivan, Treasurer ; John 
H. Housman, Collector ; Alexander Montgomery, Assessor ; George R. Moore, City At- 
torney ; J. G. Lawton, Superintendent of Public Schools. * 

Aldermen. — 1st Ward, W. E. Terry, J. W. Titus and J. G. Phelan ; 2d Ward, Chas. 
H. Shaw, Jackson R. Myers and John Hatch ; 3d Ward, Samuel McCullough, Frank 
Hastings and H. S. Burgess. 

Officers by appointment : J. F. Madden, Secretary of the Council ; Thomas Hans- 
brow, Superintendent of the Water Works ; Harvey Caswell, Clerk of the Water Works; 
Thorn Coles, Engineer ; P. F. O'Brien, Captain of Police ; James H. Moore, Lieutenant of 
Police ; A. G. Winn, City Surveyor ; George C. Haswell acting as Harbor Master under 
appointment of the Marshal. Councilman H. S. Burgess died in July and on August 1st 
George W. Hopkins was elected to fill the vacancy caused thereby ; J. W. Titus re- 
signed August 3d and W. A. McWilliams was elected and sworn in on the 24th of that 
month ; J. R. Myers resigned and George E. Montgomery was elected in his place Octo- 
ber 10th and entered upon the duties the 12th. 

The Legislature of 1858 passed the consolidation Act and appointed the 2d of May 
following as the time for it to go into effect. The new Board of Supervisors, elected 
under the consolidation Act, did not assemble until May 8th, hence it was remarked at 
the time, and so held by the then acting County Attorney, that the city had no govern- 
ment at all during the five intervening days. 

1858. — The Board of Supervisors for the city and county convened May 8th. The 
following officers were appointed for the city : Harvey Caswell, Clerk of the Water 
Works ; Thorn Coles, Engineer of the Water Works ; James Lansing, Chief of Police ; 
George C. Haswell, Lieutenant of Police, whose duties were that of Harbor Master, a 
position which he had filled for a long period before ; M. O'Meara and John Isaacs, 
Stewards Fire Department. These appointments, under the consolidation Act, held for 
a term of three months. The appointees above named continued in office until Novem- 
ber 8th, at which time the following were appointed : John A. Tutt, Clerk of the Water 
Works ; Thorn Coles, Engineer of the Water Works ; J. P. Hardy, Chief of Police ; D. 
H. Whipley, Lieutenant of Police and acting Harbor Master, and M. O'Meara and John 
Isaacs, Stewards of the Fire Department. 

The consolidation Act provided for a Board of Education, to be elected at the gen- 
eral election each year, to hold office twelve months, one of their number to be President 
and one of them Secretary. The Act appointed P. W. S. Rayle, David Murray, H. J # 
Bidleman, Dr. G. L. Simmons, Samuel Cross and Dr. R. A. Pearis members of the first 
Board, who were acting under previous laws. Their term expired the first Monday in 
October following. Samuel Cross was President and H. J. Bidleman, Secretary. 

1859. — The Board, February 9th, re-elected the parties whose names are given above. 
They were continued with no alteration until November 9th, at which time the Board 



SACRAMENTO CITT. 41 

elected Alexander Montgomery, Clerk of the Water Works ; Thorn Coles, Engineer of 
the Water Works ; J. J. Watson, Chief of Police ; D. H. Whipley, Lieutenant of Police 
and acting Harbor Master ; M. O'Meara and John Isaacs, Stewards of Fire Department. 
Board op Education. — C. Hawkins, D. J. Thomas, H. J. Bidleman, J. M. Frey, W. P. 
McCreary, M. Simmons, J. J. Murphy and G. I. N. Monell. President, J. M Frey j Sec- 
retary, Monell. Term expired 1st Monday in December. 

1860. — February 9th the Board again elected John A. Tutt, Clerk of the Water 
Works, and retained all the other incumbents. The election had in August, and also in 
November resulted in continuing the same city officers. The Board of Supervisors 
created the office of County and City Warden, whose duty was to safely keep and feed 
the prisoners. J. P. Hardy was appointed November 18th to the position. 

Board op Education. — Henry Miller, J. M. Frey, Dr. S. M. Mouser, G. Taylor, J. F. 
Crawford, James Bithell, J. M. Milikin and A. C. Sweetser. Henry Miller, President • 
Sweetser, Secretary. Terra expired January, 1862. 

1861. — The election by the Board for city officers, February 8th, resulted in retain- 
ing the same parties in the respective places in which they had been serving. They 
were continued until the October following, at which time the amendment to the Con- 
solidation Act, which made most of the offices elective, went into effect. Before giving 
the officers under the new law it will be well to state that from the time the consolida- 
tion took effect there was no such officer as Police Judge until October, 1861. The busi- 
ness of that Court was performed by three Justices of the Peace of the city alternating 
one week each. L. H. Foote, John C. Barr and James Coggins were the Justices of the 
Peace. They continued in office and attended the Police Court until the general election 
in September, 1861, at which the following city officers, in addition to the four members 
of Supervisors of the consolidated Board, were elected : T. W. Gilmer, Police Judge • 
Harvey Caswell, Clerk of the Water Works ; J. J. Watson, Chief of Police. The law 
under which they were elected established a Board of Commissioners, composed of the 
President of the Board of Supervisors, the Police Judge and Chief of Police. This 
Board had the appointment of the city police. G. W. Whitney was appointed Harbor 
Master. 

The Legislature of 1861 also amended the Act relative to schools ; created the office 
of City Superintendent again, with a Board of Directors, to be elected the 1st Monday in 
December, taking office the 1st Monday of January following, and to hold office two 
years. G. Taylor was the first Superintendent elected under that law. 

1862. — At the general election in September, S. S. Holl was elected Police Judge • 
J. T, Clark, Chief of Police ; John Talbot, Clerk of the Water Works ; and G. W. Whit- 
ney was appointed Harbor Master. 

1863. — The Legislature of 1863 repealed the Consolidation Act and established a city 
government under the direction of a Board of Trustees, to consist of three members. 
The Act passed April 25th and the first election under the law was held early in May 
the regular elections thereafter to be the 2d Tuesday in March of each year. Officers 
elected : 1st Trustee, C. H. Swift, for three years ; 2d Trustee, H. T. Holmes, for two 
years ; 3d Trustee, Josiah Johnson, for one year ; Auditor, ex-officio Clerk of the Board 
Benj. Peart, for two years ; Collector, Samuel Smith, for two years (he resigned and 
the Assessor was appointed by the Board of Trustees to discharge the duties of Col- 
lector); Assessor, J. E. Smith, for two years ; S. S. Holl, the Police Judge, was con- 
tinued in office, under the Act, until the Judicial election in October of that year at 
which time he was re-elected for two years. 

Officers by Appointment. — E. H. Heacock, City Attorney ; John Talbot, Clerk of 
the Water Works ; W. E. Chamberlain, Treasurer ; James T. Clark, Chief of Police j N. 
A. Kidder, Harbor Master. 

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Policemen — Thomas Cody, Fred. D. Chamberlin, D. H. N orris, Isaac Brown, S. G. 
Ames, Joseph O'Brien, B. W. Martz, C. G. Caldwell. October 10th, James T. Clark, 
Chief of Police, was removed and D. H. Lowry appointed. On July 24th the office of 
Turnkey Was made and C. G. Caldwell appointed thereto. F. T. Burke was appointed 
on the police. Joseph O'Brien was discharged September 12th, and George Smith ap- 
pointed. October 31st the office of Turnkey was abolished, which left Caldwell out of 
office. November 20th E. M. McGrew was appointed on the police, vice Thomas Cody, 
and L. C, Young vice D. H. Norris. 

G. Taylor, Superintendent of Schools. 

1864. — January 1st, D. H. Lowry, Chief of Police, resigned. F. T. Burke, appointed 
January 4th, Pat. Rice was appointed on the police vice L. C. Young resigned, andWm. 
Barrett vice Burke appointed Chief. Trustee election 2d Tuesday in March — for 3d 
Trustee, Josiah Johnson ; elected for three years. April 17th John Dreman appointed 
on the police, vice S. G. Ames. John Bannon vice Fred. D. Chamberlin, resigned Decem- 
ber 1st. Fred. D. Chamberlin re-appointed vice John Bannon, deceased. 

W. H. Hill, Superintendent of Schools. 

1865. — Trustee election : For 2d Trustee, S. D. Smith, for three years ; Auditor, 0. 

C. Jenks ; Collector, D. A. DeMerritt ; Assessor, John Halley. The latter resigned soon 
after being elected and De Merritt discharged the duties of both Collector and Assessor. 

Officers by appointment. — E. H. Heacock, City Attorney ; John Talbot, Clerk of the 
Waterworks; Harvey Caswell, Treasuier ; S. C. Hall, Harbor Master; F. T. Burke, 
Chief of Police. 

Policemen— April 3d George Harvey vice Isaac Brown resigned. May 21st, Mathew 
Earcher was appointed on the police, vice E. McGrew removed ; Daniel McLaughlin vice 
Wm. Barrett. August 14th, Enoch Dole vice McLaughlin resigned. November 1st, 
Samuel Deal vice John Dreman. At the special election in October, L. H. Foote was 
elected Police Judge. 

1866. — Election for 1st Trustee the 2d Tuesday in March ; C. H. Swift, elected. 
April 1st, George Smith resigned the place of policeman and was appointed by L. H. 
Foote, Clerk of the Police Court ; R. W. Dunlevy appointed on the police. April 22d, 
Pat. Rice removed and E. E. Masters appointed. June 3d, Pat. Rice re-elected; also, 
N. A. Kidder, Harbor Master. City Attorney and Clerk of the Water Works re-elected. 
June 10th, E. E. Masters was appointed on the police vice Samuel Deal resigned. Sep- 
tember 14th, James Co fife e appointed vice E. E. Masters, resigned. 

W. H. Hill, Superintendent of Schools. 

1867. — Election, second Tuesday in March ; David Kendall, elected third Trustee ; 

D. A. De Merritt, Collector ; John McClintock, Auditor ; E. R. Hamilton, Assessor ; 
John Lyons, appointed on the police vice James Coffee, resigned. 

June 1st, the Board appointed the following : M. C. Tilden, City Attorney vice Hea- 
cock ; George I. Lytle, Clerk of the Water Works vice Talbot ; W. E. Chamberlain, 
Treasurer vice Harvey Caswell ; B. W. Martz, Chief of Police vice Burke; and N. A. 
Kidder, Harbor Master. The 25th of May, John Lyons was removed from the police. 

Present City Officers, — C. H. Swift, First Trustee, salary, $2,500 ; S. D. Smith, 
second Trustee, ex-officio Street Ccommissioner, $1,200 ; David Kendall, third Trustee, 
and ex-officio Superintendent city Water Works, salary, $1,200 ; L. H. Foote, Police 
Judge, salary, $1,800 per year; B. W. Martz, Chief of Police, salary, $108 per 
month ; Justices of the Peace — G. Haines, Samuel Greenwood, and Wm. Ellis ; Au- 
ditor, John McClintock, salary, $2,000 ; Clerk of the Water Works, George I. 
Lytle, paid by fees ; Assessor, E, R. Hamilton ; Collector, D. A. De Merritt ; 
Superintendent of Schools, W. H. Hill, salary, $1,200; Constables — Wm. McQracken, 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 43 

E. M. Smith, and John McCord. Police officers — Fred Chamberlin, Mat Earcher, Geo. 
H. Harvey, Enoch Dole, George E. Rider, John Fisher, Wm. Craig and R. W. Dunlevy, 
salary, $75 per month. 



Debt of the City. 

Amount of old scrip and Bonds not surrendered for funding $ 57,830 62 

Bonds of 1859, outstanding 1,474,800 00 

Bonds of 1864, outstanding 38,900 00 

Interest, coupons, due and not paid, Dec. 31st, 1867 271,270 00 

Total, Jan. 1st, 1868 $1,842,800 62 



Newspapers of Sacramento City. 

To satisfy the curious and those who would reflect upon the past, a reference is given 
to the various newspapers that have been published in this city. A full history of each 
cannot be given ; space will not allow, yet sufficient is stated to show that Sacramento 
may, with propriety, be denominated the " graveyard of newspapers." 

PLACER TIMES. 

The pioneer paper published by E. G. Eemble k Co., was issued at the Fort ; first 
No. appeared 28th April, 1849. The paper, 13x18 inches, issued every Saturday. On the 
28th June, '49, the firm changed to T. R. Per Lee & Go. The beginning of July, '49, re- 
moved from the Fort to Front street. April 22d, 1850, the Times appeared as tri-weekly, 
nnderthe management of J. B. Lawrence. June 5th, commenced as a daily, increased 
to 18x22 inches. October 8th, 1850, was purchased by L. Pickering, J. E. Lawrence and 
L. Aldrich for $16,000. The Times opposed the squatters. * 

THE SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT, 

Was the second paper, commenced April 1st, 1850, as tri-weekly, under the direction 
of six proprietors, to wit : G. K. Fitch, S. G. Upham, J. M. Julian, H. S. Warren, Theo- 
dore Russell and F. C. Ewer ; firm styled Fitch, Upham & Go. It was about the size of 
the Times. In July '50, the Transcript was enlarged ; December of that year hoisted 
the Democratic colors, being the first organ of the party in the State north of San Fran- 
cisco. June 16th, 1851, a fusion took place between the Times and Transcript, which 
will be noticed hereafter. 

SETTLERS AND MINERS 1 TRIBUNE, 

m 

Was the third paper, by the Squatter Association ; first No. issued October 30th, 1850; 
principal editor, Dr. G. L. Robinson ; associates, James McGlatchy and L. M. Booth ; 
daily, Sundays excepted ; run about four weeks and came down to a weekly, and con- 
tinued about four weeks more, and gave out, after an existence of about eight wttka. 

SACRAMENTO INDEX, 

Was the fourth, being the first Whig paper north of San Francisco ; began December 
23d, 1850 ; published by Lynch, Davidson and Rolfe, practical printers ; edited by J. W. 
Winans and H. B. Livingston ; printed at the office of the Times ; evening paper. 



44 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Whiggery even at that early day began to give way for the rapid strides of progressive 
Democracy, and the organ relying upon Whig patronage for support, soon found it an up 
hill business. March 17th, 1851, closed its career after a sickly existence of three 
months. 

DAILY UNION. 

i 

Fifth paper ; first number March 19th, 1851, two days after the Index discontinued. 
The enterprise was commenced by four practical printers ; the more active parties were 
L. Hansicker, J. Court and W. J. Keating ; Keating was sent to New York to procure 
material ; owing to some mishap that part of the project was not as speedy as was at 
first anticipated ; in the meantime, Simonton (now connected with the San Francisco 
Bulletin), sold the company the material with which he contemplated starting a Whig 
paper. To the original company others were connected, to wit : A. C. Cook, E. G. 
Jefferies, F. H. Harmon, C. L. Hansicker, S. H. Dosh, W. J. Keating, J. Court and W. K. 
Davidson, under the style of C. L. Hansicker & Co. Because the enterprise was projected 
by a "Union " of printers; the proprietors selected that name for their paper ; J. F. Morse 
was employed to edit it ; the sheet was 23x34 ; single copies sold for 5 cents ; publish- 
ing office, 21 J st ; April 29th, 1851, the Union hoisted the Whig flag ; S. H. Dosh sold 
out immediately, being dissatisfied with the action of his co-partners in that particular. 
He disposed of his interest for $600 to his partners. In June, Harmon retired from the 
paper, selling his interest for about $600, not, however, for the same reason that caused 
Dosh to leave, for long after that time he claimed to be a regular Whig. On the 23d of 
June, 1851, the paper was enlarged to about its present size. January 1st, 1852, the 
Union commenced its second volume ; the firm changed to E. G. Jefferies & Co. ; Court 
withdrew, selling to W. W. Kurtz for about $2,000 ; on the 10th February, began regular 
steamer editions ; February 13th, '52, Cook sold to H. W. Larkin ; April 5th, '52, David- 
son sold to Paul Morrill, Jefferies, Keating and Clark of the old firm remaining; in May, 
1852, Dr. Morse retired from the editorship, and A. C. Russell succeeded him ; the 20th of 
August, he retired, and Mr. Upson took charge and continued till Fall 1853, but his name 
was not announced as editor, because the proprietors discontinued the practice of con- 
necting editor's names with the paper. On the 16th of May, 1853, the third and last 
change took place. Jefferies sold his interest to Jas. Anthony, Kurtz to Larkin, Morrill, 
Keating and J. Anthony ; the latter had been connected with the business since Nov. '51. 
The firm was then styled as now, James Anthony k Co. The 15th of June, '53, Keating 
sold his interest to Paul Morrill, Larkin, Anthony and Clark. During the Summer of '52, 
Clark started for the Society Islands, and was never afterwards heard from. December '53 
his interest was sold and purchased by the firm. In May, 1858, Paul Morrill sold his one- 
third interest to J. Gray ; Morrill afterwards purchased from Gray. The present pub- 
lishers and proprietors — James Anthony, Paul Morrill and W. H. Larkin ; Samuel Sea- 
bough, M. T. Tuthill and J. E. P. Weeks, editors ; J. D. Young, local reporter ; Andrew 
J. Marsh, phonographic reporter; daily circulation, 10,000 ; weekly, 15,000. We have 
been thus particular in stating the different connections and progress of the Union, for 
several reasons. It is a living institution, and of course, demands attention of the liv- 
ing. Again we are principally indebted to its columns for the information we give, not 
only of itself, but the others which have lived for awhile and died — leaving the fact of 
their existence too dim on the scroll of memory to induce any sympathy for their unfor- 
tunate projectors. 

PLACER TIMES AND TRANSCRIPT. 

Was the sixth : first number June 16th, 1851 ; it was one inch larger each way than 
the Union is now ; June '52 it made its final bow and departed hence to San Francisco. 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 45 

DEMOCRATIC STATE JOURNAL. 

s the seventh, and first appeared February, 1852 ; V. E. Geiger k Co., publishers ; 
and B. F. Washington, editors, supported the Democratic party. It was rumored 
ime, with what foundation in truth we cannot say, that the Journal men offered 
tes and Transcript $3,000, on the condition that it be removed to San Francisco, 
not, the paper referred to did leave. The fire of November, '52, consumed the 
1 of the Journal ; Washington retired from the paper ; July 30th, 1853, the Jour- 
nred into coalition with the Californian, under the firm of B. B. Redding, P. C. 
t k Co. April, 1854, Johnson sold to Mr. Snowden, and he after being connected 
paper about three months, sold to Daniel J. Thomas, and the name of the firm 
was changed to B. B. Redding k Co. In the Fall of 1854, Wm. Walker took charge of 
the editorial columns ; February, 1855, retired ; soon after John White was employed 
by the firm as editor ; continued unchanged till June, 1857, when the establishment was 
sold under an attachment to the printers in the office ; suspended four weeks ; resumed 
under the firm of Shipley k Co. as publishers. On the 24th of April, 1858, the interest 
of most of the hands being purchased by P. W. S. Rayle, changed its name to the States- 
man, S. W. Raveley announced as publisher; continued to June 24th, 1858, and finally 
died — dead. 

CALIFORNIA STATESMAN. 

First issued November 13th, 1854, by J. W. Gish k Co. ; Democratic and favored Dr. 
Gwin for United States Senator ; March 1st, 1855, complaint was filed against Gwin for 
certain sums of money and promises of support, which complainants said had not been 
furnished as per agreement ; the Court kicked the complaint out of Court, and the States- 
man was no more. 

CALIFORNIAN. 

Commenced November 17th, 1852, as a Settler Democratic Journal — morning paper ; 
the firm at first was Williams k Co., McClatchy and Thomas editors ; paper about size of 
super royal; April, 1853, S. J. May bought one fourth and became editor; July 30th, 
1853, fused with the State Journal as has been already stated. 

PACIFIC BANNER. 

By O. 0. Wheeler and B. J. Willis editors — T. Ater, publisher ; a weekly, commenced 
August, 1852. This organ was the first religious paper in the city and espoused the 
Baptist Church ; ran its course in one year, and wound up its latter days worse than its 
first — financially we mean. 

CALIFORNIA FARMER AND JOURNAL OF USEFUL SCIENCE. 

The title of this journal was almost as long as the name of the principal proprietors. 
It commenced in San Francisco, January 9th, 1854; appeared in Sacramento May, 1855, 
by Warren k Son and J. K. Phillips k Co. ; J. F. Morse, editor ; remained till 14th of 
July in this city, and returned to its native place July, 1856. 

ILLUSTRATED HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF CALIFORNIA, 

With a minute history of Sacramento valley — monthly magazine, by J. F. Morse, as- 
sisted by S. Colville ; first and only number appeared March 10th, 1854. 

SACRAMENTO DAILY DEMOCRAT, 

By J. M. Sheppard k Co. ; first issued March 13th, 1854 ; lasted only a few months ; 
it was the material of the Benicia Vedette and was edited by R. C. Matthewson. 



46 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Pacific record. 

A semi-monthly Baptist journal, appeared April 15, 1854, edited by B. J. Willis ; in 
July, 1855, came down to a weekly ; March, 1856, discontinued. 

CALIFORNIA ALMANAC AND REGISTER. 

Issued from the State Journal office December, 1854, and sold for 50 cents per copy; 
only one issue. 

STATE TRIBUNE, NOS. 1 AND 2. 

Issued June 8, 1855, daily morning, edited by Parker H. French and S.J. May, inde- 
pendent in politics and inclined to democracy ; French continued proprietor until Sep- 
tember ; sold to May. On the 1st of August J. M. Estell became editor, and the paper 
strong anti-democracy, favoring American or Know Nothingism. French returning 
from Nicarauga in October, purchased back the Tribune, but did not arrange for the 
payments ; he went to San Francisco and sold a part of the interest before he had a 
•regular transfer, to Munson k Valentine. They got possession of the office by attach- 
ment October 13, 1856. On the 16th of October two issues of the Tribune appeared. 
An open war ensued, and continued for about two weeks. The matter was settled and 
James Allen k Go. became proprietors. It lived until June 1, 1857, and disappeared. 

WATER FOUNT AND HOME JOURNAL. 

By Alexander Montgomery k Co. ; a weekly temperance paper ; commenced in San 
Francisco, May 16, 1855. August suspended ; resumed in Sacramento December 15, 
1855 ; lived nine months. 

SPIRIT OF THE AGE. 

Evening daily ; issued December 6, 1855, by G. H. Baker and J. A. Mitchell ; neu- 
tral in politics ; June, 1856, changed to Sacramento Age, and enlarged by H. A. Apple- 
ton k Go. In the Fall of 1856 sold to American party ; lasted until the beginning of 
1857, and died. 

THE DAILY EVENING TIMES. 

By A. Badlam k Go.; advertising sheet ; daily. It was given gratuitously to its pa- 
trons ; relied upon the advertisements for support ; size, 10x18 inches ; commenced De- 
cember 24, 1855; discontinued March, 1856. 

THE CALIFORNIA AMERICAN. 

Successor to the State Tribune ; it began January 2, 1856, the day after the Tribune 
died. James Allen, J. R. Ridge and S. J. May editors ; Allen chief editor until January, 
1857, when Ridge assumed the management. The American lived until February 11, 
1857. 

CITY ITEMS. 

Daily morning ; commenced December 11, 1856, by C. Babb and W. H. Harvey J 
small size ; independent in politics ; edited by Paschal Goggins ; ran about seven months. 

DAILY TIMES. 

Republican ; first number August 15, 1856 ; continued until January 24, 1857 ; size 
24x36 inches ; published by a joint stock arrangement, under the style of G. Gole k Go.; 
edited by G. Gole, now United States Senator. 



3ACBAM13NTO OITT. 47 

CHINESE NEW8* 

Commenced December, 1856, by Ze Too Yune, alias Henry Tai ; published nearly 
two years ; at first a daily, next tri-weekly, afterwards irregular, and finally failed to 
appear altogether. It was Young Hyson in politics. 

TEMPERANCE MIRROR. 

Quarto monthly ; commenced January, 185T, by 0. B. Turrell, printer and publisher; 
W. B. Taylor, editor ; only one number published here; it was afterwards published in 
San Francisco. 

SACRAMENTO BEE. 

Daily; commenced by an association of printers, February 3, 1857. It was a morn- 
ing paper, independent in politics and edited by J. R. Ridge and S. J. May. On April 
6, 1857, changed to evening ; Ridge retired and James McClatchy succeeded him. It is 
yet living and shows signs of prosperity, under the firm of L. P. Davis & Co. 

THE STAR OF THE PEOPLE. 

Quarto monthly religious paper ; commenced in Marysville, May 15, 1857; was re- 
moved to this city after its third number and continued until near the end of the year, 
and then suspended ; revived in May, 1858 ; published and edited by A. G. Edmunds, 
Universalist clergyman ; died in the Fall. 

DAILY SENTINEL, 

The second Republican paper ; established July, 1857, by J. R. Atkins & Co.; morn- 
ing ; proprietorship changed to 0. D. Hossack & Co.; edited by 0. J. Sumner ; continued 
to about the first of 1858. * 

THE EYE GLASS. 

In pamphlet form, eight pages ; published and edited by C. A. Sumner, first and 
only No. August 22, 1857. Its vocation was, according to its own announcement, the 
inspection of matters literally with anecdotal notices, "a la Varieties.' 7 

THE COVENANT AND ODD FELLOW. 

A monthly magazine, 32 pages, No. 1, Vol. 1, August 31, 1857 ; J. D. Tilson, pub- 
lisher, and A. C. Edmunds, editor ; ten numbers issued ; in religious belief inclined to 
Universalist doctrine. 

TEMPERANCE REGISTER. 

H Davidson & Co.; literature and temperance ; monthly. The first No. appeared 
September, 1857 ; the last No. December 12, 1857. 

THE HERALD OF THE MORNING. 

A literary Sunday paper, published by J. McDonald & Co.; first No. issued December 
20, 1857 ; Spiritism its theme ; C. B. McDonald, literary editor ; died after the fourth 
number. 

PHCENIX. 

This sheet was a vehicle through which Ed. McGowan dealt out an abundance of vile 
abuse upon those he denominated "stranglers." It commenced in the Fall of 1857, is- 
sued weekly in the Winter of 1858, changed to the " Ubiquitous," and discontinued in 
the Summer of 1858. 



48 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

THE WATCH DOG. 

A semi-monthly; appeared about January 1, 1857 ; J. Mortimer Smith, proprietor. 
It starved out in about two months. 

THE SACRAMENTO VISITOR. 

Commenced March 26, 1858 ; J. Coggins, editor ; Brown, Ingham & Co., publishers. 
Its visits discontinued about June 1, 1858. 

THE SACRAMENTO MERCURY. 

A Democratic paper published in 1858, by H. S. Foushee and edited by W. S. Long; 
first No. appeared March 28, 1858 ; about the size of the present Bee; discontinued Oc- 
tober 12, 1858. 

THE CALIFORNIA STATE 8 MAN, NO. 2. 

Commenced May 1, 1858 ; S. W. Raveley, publisher, and A. C. Russell, editor. This 
paper was the final end of the journal ; it died June 24, 1858. 

CALIFORNIAN. 

The second paper of that name in this city. This was a small neutral sheet, printed 
by H. S. Aspell, who had the old Journal job material, July 9, 1858 ; was in session one 
week and kicked the bucket. 

THE BAPTIST CIRCULAR. 

Third Baptist paper published in the city. It commenced August 1, 1858 ; was is- 
sued monthly by Rev. J. S. Shuck ; died in the Spring of 1859. 

THE MORNING SJAR. 

A Democratic paper; first appeared November 2d, 1858, issuing every day, Mondays 
excepted; published by McCluer k Co., and edited by Alex. Montgomery; discontinued 
in March, 1859. 

THE DAILY REGISTER. 

Commenced about the 1st of February, 1859, edited by J. C. Zabriskie. It was de- 
nominated Anti-Lecompton, and continued till the second day before the general election 
of that year. 

DAILY DEMOCRATIC STANDARD. 

Published by J. R. Hardenberg, and edited by Charles T. Botts. First number ap- 
peared February 26th, 1859, about the size of the Union; changed publishers to C. T. 
Botts, on July 20th, '59, discontinued as a daily June 2d, 1860, issued weekly and finally 
closed in the Fall of that year, soon after the election. 

THE DEMOCRAT. 

Commenced daily in June, 1860, being soon after the Standard discontinued its daily 
publication. It was published by Henry Bidleman & Co., printed at the Standard office, 
run through the campaign and ceased after the election. 

THE DAILY NEWS. 

Published by F. R. Folger & Co.; first number appeared June 24th, 1860, and con- 
tinued about nine months. 

THE EVENING POST. 

By R. W. Lewis & Co.; commenced October, 1860; after five months changed to W. 
S.Johnston & Co.; independent in politics; one-half the size of the Union; discontinued 
September, 1861. 



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THE RESCUE. 

Temperance organ published by the Society; edited by Wm. H. Mills; monthly; com- 
menced February, 1864, and still in existence. 

THE EVENING STAR. 

First number appeared May 25th, 1864, by a joint stock association, composed of J. J. 
Beebe, Alex. Badlam, G. I. Foster, J. Simpson, M. M. Estee and A. C. Bidwell. It ran 
a short race of a few weeks, and bowed its head to rise no more. 

CALIFORNIA REPUBLICAN. 

By Oonley, Patrick & Co.; daily; edited by Beriah Brown; January 4th, 1863, first 
issued; discontinued in the Fall of that year. 

GOLDEN GATE. 

Weekly — Spiritualist; commenced in the Spring of *1864, by Ingham & McDonald; 
lived through a few issues only. 

THE ADVERTISER. 

Published two or three months in the Winter of 1860, by Judd & McDonald. 

DRAMATIC CHRONICLE. 
Published by DeYoung. 

CALIFORNIA EXPRESS. 

This, a Democratic journal, for several years was published at Marysville. It finally 
came under the management of Alexander Montgomery. He concluded that the insti- 
tution was in the last stages of consumption, and unless some speedy remedy could be 
applied, it would certainly be numbered among the dead. Just then the "fusion" 
ticket — some Democrats and no inconsiderable share of the branch of the Union party 
known as Short Hairs — succeeded to office in this county. Montgomery viewing the 
prospect of patronage to flow from that source, packed up the material, bid farewell to 
Marysville, and on the 23d of December, 1866, issued the first number in this city. The 
anticipated patronage from the newly elected officers was never realized. The paper, 
instead of improving by the change of climate, grew more feeble, and early in July, 
186*7, disappeared, though the proprietor claimed it was not dead. 

DAILY RECORD. 

Published by an association of printers. First issue on the evening of the 9th of 
February, 1867. It claimed to be " independent in all things — neutral in nothing.'" 
The public never knew the projectors, further than hearsay, for none of their names 
were announced in the journal. This paper was circulated at twelve and a half cents 
per week. It soon obtained a large advertising list and seemed to be prosperous. On 
the 6th of April a change occurred in the proprietorship. The Monday following J. J. 
Keegan & Go. were announced as publishers and proprietors. The first day of Decem- 
ber, 1867, it was enlarged and came out a morning paper, with the independent motto 
stricken out — however, it was strong partizan before that was done. The Record seems 
to be a live paper — it is Union in politics. 

THE EXPOSITOR. 

Published by 0. D. Semple; first issue the 23d of July, 1867. It was Democratic, 
lived till the 9th of September, and surrendered — quietly, but without reserve. 

In addition to the above may be added The Young America, My Paper, Pioneer Blus- 

7 



50 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

terer, The State Fair Gazette and The Anti-Office Seeker had existence, but the exact 
time and manner we failed to learn. However, enough is given definitely on the subject 
to cause those who have newspaper on the brain, to stop and reflect ere they project an- 
other enterprise of that character in Sacramento City. 



Fire Department. 

The first Fire Department on the Pacific Coast was organized in this city on February 
5th, 1850, and called " Mutual Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1." 

A Fire Department was formally organized on the 25th of January, 1851, and Hiram. 
Arents appointed Chief Engineer by the Common Council, under whose administration 
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 were organized, and Hook and ladder Co. No. 1 re-organized. The fol- 
lowing is a list of the Chief Engineers since the organization to the present date: 

Hiram Arents, appointed January 25th, 1851. Term expired June 9th, 1851. 

Hiram Arents, elected June 9th, 1851. Resigned October 1st, 1851. 

D. McDowell, elected November 5th, 1851. Term expired August 2d, 1852. 

R. M. Folger, elected August 2d, 1852. Term expired August 1st, 1853. 

I. M. Hubbard, elected August 10th, 1853. Term expired August 7th, 1854. 

J. H. Houseman, elected August 7th, 1854. Resigned November 1st, 1854. 

J. B. Blanchard acted from November 1st, 1854, to December 15th, 1854. 

Henry Polley, elected December 15th, 1854. Term expired August 7th, 1855. 

Hiram Arents, elected August 7th, 1855/ Term expired August 5th, 1856. 

Hiram Arents, elected August 5th, 1856. Term expired August 4th, 1857. 

Jos. S. Friend, elected August 4th, 1857. Term expired August 3d, 1858. 

George Brickman, elected August 3d, 1858. Term expired August 1st, 1859. 

George Brickman, elected August 7th, 1859. Term expired August 7th, 1860. 

R. J. Graham, elected August 6th, 1860. Term expired August 6th, 1861. 

R. J. Graham, elected August 6th, 1862. Term expired August 3d, 1863. 

Hugh Eelley, elected August 3d, 1863. Resigned December 1st, 1863. 

George Schmeiser, elected December 14th, 1863. Term expired August 1st, 1864. 

David C, Wilson, elected August 1st, 1864. Term expired August 7th, 1865. 

David C. Wilson, elected August 7th, 1855. Term expired August 6th, 1866. 

John Donnellan, elected August 6th, 1866. Term expired August 5th, 1867. 

Wm. Gillen, elected August 5th, 1867. Term will expire August, 1868. 
The Department, as at present organized, consists of six Engine, one Hose and .one 
Hook and Ladder Company, with a membership of 405. The Chief Engineer receives a 
salary of $1,000, the first Assistant $300, the Second Assistant $200, an4 the Secretary 
$500 per annum, or $2,000 for the total salaries. The election for Chief and Assistant 
Engineers is held annually on the first Monday in August, and by ballot. The total re- 
gistered vote of the Department at the last election was 457 ; of which but 364 were cast. 
The President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and one Trustee (for three years) 
are elected annually on the same date, by the Board of Delegates, by a viva voce vote. 

Officers or the Sacramento Fire Department, 1867-'8. — President, John Domingoa; 
Yice President, Ed. I. Robinson; Secretary, James J. Smith; Chief Engineer, William 
Gillan; First Assistant Engineer, Albert H. Hapeman; Second Assistant Engineer, Jas. 
Coffee; Treasurer, John F. Crawford; Trustees of the Charitable Fund, Jos. S. Friend, 
three years; George Rowland, two years; Dan'l. W. Clark, one year. 

Board of Delegates. — Meets first Tuesday in each month. Confidence Engine Co. 
No. 1, Geo. W. Whitlock, Robert B. Lindsay; Protection Engine Co. No. 2, Wm. Mc- 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 51 

Crack en, Jno. Hartigan; Sacramento Engine Co. No. 3, John Isaacs, Robert Callen; 
Eureka Engine Co. No. 4, H. C. Kirk, Thos. P. Ryan; Knickerbocker Engine Co. No. 5, 
John Domingos, Wm. D. Farrell; Young America Engine Co. No. 6, Ed. I. Robinson, 
Jos. Mellon; Neptune Hose Co. No. 1, Dan'l. J. Thomas, John F. Dreman; Alert Hook 
and Ladder Co. No. 2, John F. Sheehan, vice Ross, resigned, A. G. Waterhouse. 

Confidence Engine Co. No. 1. — House on Third street, between I and J streets — 
1867-8.— A. J. Rhoads, Foreman; Wm. Dresser, First Assistant; Geo. W. Faylor, Se- 
cond Assistant. First-class Philadelphia (Agnew) engine and jumper— city property; 
second-class Agnew engine and hose carriage, also a steamer, company property. 

Protection Engine Co. No. 2. — House on Eighth street between J and K streets — 
Thos. W. Sherman, Foreman; Pat. Horkin, First Assistant; Ed. O'Brien Second Assis- 
tant; number of members, 58. First-class New York (Smith) engine and jumper — city 
property; third-class Smith engine, re-built here, and jumper, also hose carriage, com- 
pany property. 

Sacramento Engine Co. No. 3. — House on Second street, between K and L streets — 
1867-8 — Wm. Hadwick, Foreman; Franklin Avery, First Assistant; Austin Gilman Sec- 
ond Assistant; number of members, 60. Firsi-class Boston (Hunneman) engine and 
jumper — city property; second-class Hunneman engine, company property. 

Eureka Engine Co. No. 4. — House on Fifth street, between J and K streets — 1867-8. 
David C. Wilson, Foreman; Seth Bromley, First Assistant; James T. Barrow, Second 
Assistant; number of members, 59. Second-class New York (Smith) engine and jump- 
er — city property; hose carriage, company property. 

Knickerbocker Engine Co. No. 5. — House on Fourth street, between K and L 
streets — 1867-8. — C. C. Hayden, Foreman; Terence McMahon, First Assistant; Pat. 
Nash, Second Assistant; number of members, 63. First-class (Burton) Waterford, N. 
Y., engine and jumper — city property. 

Young America Engine Co. No. 6. — Houston Tenth street, between I and J streets — 
1867-8. — Benjamin F. Ready, Foreman; A. M. Howard, First Assistant; Charles Cote, 
Second Assistant; number of members, 63. First-class (Baltimore) Rogers engine and 
jumper — city property; second-class Rodgers engine and jumper, company property. 

Neptune Hose Co. No. 1. — House on I, opposite Fourth street — 1867-8. — P. M. Shea, 
Foreman; Dav. De Bernard, Assistant; number of members, 19. Hose carriage built 
here, and jumper — company property. # 

Alert Hook and Ladder Co. No. 2. — House on Eighth street^ between J and K 
streets — 1867-8. — Wm. Cummings, Foreman; Thomas J. Clunie, Assistant; number of 
members, 29. First-class truck, built here — company property; two-wheeled ladder 
cart, built here — city property. 

There is also a third-class Smith engine and jumper, city property, for relief pur- 
poses. 

The Department was called out, from August, 1866, to August, 1867, 94 times 

The Companies all meet on the first Monday in each month. 

Exempt Firemen's Association of Sacramento. — This Association, formed for 
benevolent and social purposes, was organized on the 14th of August, 1865, 
when the following officers were elected: Geo. Rowland, President; John H. Housman, 
Vice President; John F. Crawford, Treasurer; Jas. J. Smith, Secretary; Trustees — Dan, 
W. Clark, three years; George Schmeiser, two years, and Jerome Madden one year. 
The officers for the present term, 1867-8, are, Alanson C. Bidwell, President; Jerome 
Madden, Vice President; Geo. Schmeiser, Treasurer; J. J. Smith, Secretary; and W. A. 



52 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Kirby, three years; J. A. Mason, two years, and D. W. Clark, one year, Trustees. Pres- 
ent number of members, 80. The Association meets on the second Monday of each 
month, and for the present their meetings are held in the District Court room. 



Notaries Public in Sacramento County. 

Samuel Cross, Edward Cadwalader, Samuel Poorman, E. I. Robinson, Julius Wetz- 
lar, J. E. Smith, W. R. Cantwell, A. C. Sweetser, J. S. Barrett. 



Courts and Places of Public Business. 

Supreme Court — Room, Hastings building, corner of Second and J streets. Su- 
preme Court Clerk's office, Second, between J and K streets. 

District, County and Probate Courts — Rooms in Masonic building, corner of K 
and Sixth streets. * 

United States Revenue Office — St. George building, on Fourth, between J and 
K streets. 

United States Land Office — St. George building, on Fourth between J and K 
streets. 

Justice Haines' Court — Room in old Court House block, on Fourth, opposite the 
St. George building. 

Justice Greenwood's Court — Room in Klaus' building, on Fourth street. 
Justice Ellis' Court — Room in the basement of Masonic block, corner of Sixth and 
E streets. 



Sacramento Schools. 

A history of our schools would occupy more space than can be given in this Di- 
rectory. We will refer to a few facts and figures, which will demonstrate their rapid 
growth and the manifest interest taken in their prosperity. 

The census returns for 1855 gave the number of children in the city between the ages 
of four and eighteen years as 1,263; boys, 608; girls, 655. The number of names 
registered on the books of the Public Schools during the year, 970 ; average attendance, 
494. The annual returns of the Census Marshal for 1856, are : 1,276 ; for 1857 : 1,630 ; 
for 1858: 1,623; for 1859 : 1,684; for 1860 : 2,109; for 1864 : 2,474. 

For the year 1866 the School Marshal's returns shows the number of children as fol- 
lows : Total number of white children in the city under 15 years of age, 3,372 ; colored, 
99 ; Indian, 10 ; Mongolian, 38 ; deaf and dumb, 5 ; total in the city under 15, 3,524. 

For 1867 the returns were : White children under 15 years, 3,782 ;. colored, 102 ; 
Indian, 14 ; Mongolian, 45 ; total, 3,943. 

In 1856, the lot corner of L and Sixth streets was purchased for $5,000, and a brick 
building (Franklin) erected thereon at a cost of from $15,000 to $20,000. 

The annual sums expended in Sacramento city for school purposes are, for 1856 — 
$25,000; 1857— $25,992 ; 1858— $31,066; 1859— $29,185 ; 1860— $33,063 ; 1861— 
$26,500; 1862— $21,000; 1863— $24,498 50; 1864— $28,650 20. 

For the year 1865 the School Marshal's returns show the number of children, as fol- 
lows, to wit : boys over 4 and to 18, 1,128 ; white girls over 4 and to 18, 1,136 ; white 



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under 4, boys and girls, 1,118 ; colored, boys and girls, 92 ; Indians, 18 ; Chinese, 45 ; 
total, 3,537 ; over 18 to 21 years, 134. 

The sums expended for school purposes in 1865, to wit : buildings and current ex- 
penses, $16,165 25 ; salaries, Superintendent and teachers, $18,293 75 ; total, $34,459 ; 
receipts into the School Fund to December 1st, $25,789 94. 

The sums expended for school purposes in 1866 were : Building and current ex- 
penses, $10,260 06 ; salaries, $21,876 37 ; total, $32,136 43. 

In 1867 the new u Lincoln " school house, two story, was erected on the school lot, 
on P and Second streets. The cost was $7,000. The entire amount of school property 
under the charge of the Board of Education is not far from $50,000. 

Organization, January 1, 1868 — Wm. H. Hill, Superintendent ; term expires 1870 ; 
and the following Directors : 

Term expires January, 1869. I. Term expires January, 1870. 
1st District. Horace Adams. 1st District John F. Crawford. 



2d District Joe Davis. 

3d District Henry Miller. 

4th District F. A. Gibbs. 



2d District J. W. Avery. 

3d District David S. Ross. 

4th District Paschal Coggins. 



High School. — Mr. L. Templeton, Principal ; Miss Jane M. Lyon, Assistant. Schoo 
in Union building (brick), corner of Seventh and G streets. Number of pupils, 58. 

* Grammar School. — H. H. Howe, Principal; having charge of the graduating classf 
Assistant No. 1, Miss Laura S. Templeton ; No. 2, Miss Mary E. Joy ; No. 3, Miss Anna 
Smith ; No. 4, Miss Eva E. Burke. Location, in Franklin building (brick), corner of L 
and Sixth streets. Number of pupils, 247. 

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Intermediate No. 1. — Miss J. G. Kercheval, Principal ; Mrs. L. H. Wells, Assistant. 
In Union building, Seventh and G streets. Number of pupils, 120. 

Intermediate No. 2. — Miss Mary E. Sanders, Principal; Miss Clara Jones, Assistant. 
Location, corner of P and Tenth streets (brick building). Number of pupils, 101. 

Intermediate No. 3. — Miss Alice M. Stincen, Principal ; Miss Sophia P. Gregory, 

Assistant. Location, corner of G and Thirteenth streets (wooden building). Number 

of pupils, 108. 

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Intermedite No. 4. — Miss Maggie A. Woodland, Principal ; Miss Ella F. Combs, As- 
sistant. In Lincoln building (wood), P and Second streets. Number of pupils, 94. 

Primary No. 1. — Mrs. Julia Folger, Principal ; Miss Rosetta Robbins (temporary), 
Assistant. In Union building, G and Seventh streets. Number of pupils, 142. 

Primary No. 2. — Miss Mary Keegan, Principal ; Miss Katie Burns, Assistant. In 

Lincoln building, P and Second streets. Number of pupils, 188. 

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Primary No. 3.— Mrs. Julia Orr, Principal ; Btiss Mercy Waters, Assistant. Loca- 
tion, on alley, between I, J, Fourth and fifth streets. Number of pupils, 136. 

Primary No. 4.— Miss Mary E. Howe, Principal ; Miss Sarah J. Landon, Assistant. 
Location, P and Tenth streets. Number of pupils, 116. 

Primary No. 6. — Miss Hattie M. Osborne, Principal ; Miss Clara M. Garfield As- 
sistant. Location, G and Thirteenth streets. Number of pupils, 173. 

Primary No. 6.— Mrs. M. L. Sprague, Principal ; Miss Nellie J. Sprague, Assistant. 
Location, N and Sixteenth streets (wooden building). Number of pupils, 56. 

Primary No. 7.— Miss Lucy Fox, Principal ; Miss Alida O. Paine, Assistant. Loca- 
tion, Mand Ninth streets (wooden building). Number of pupils, 115. 



54 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Ungraded School. — Wm. E. Chamberlain, Jr., Principal. Location, Twenty-ninth 
street, between J and K (wooden building). Number of pupils, 42. 

Colored School. — Wm. H. Crowell, Principal ; Miss Anna M. Yantis, Assistant. Lo- 
cation, street, between Ninth and Tenth streets (wooden building). Number of pupils, 
55. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

Sacramento Seminary. — Boarding School for Young Ladies — On I, between Tenth 
and Eleventh streets, under the Supervision of Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Perry. This insti- 
tution of learning was first established in the Spring of 1863, as a day school. The 
number of scholars at first was small, however, at the expiration of the first year, there 
were over fifty in attendance. As the school grew older, it also increased in favor.' In 
the Summer of 186*7, the proprietors had a fine brick building erected on I, between 
Tenth and Eleventh sts., which they now occupy, and we are pleased to say, are re- 
ceiving encouragement in return for their laudable enterprise. This school is being 
brought to that standard which will compare favorably with like institutions in the At- 
lantic States. The course of studies to be completed, before young ladies can graduate, 
is as full as is required in most of Ladies'. Seminaries in older communities. Board, 
room furnished, washing, lights and tuition, in all branches, per session $180 00. 
Primary and common English branches, $5 ; higher English branches, $6; Ancient and 
Modern languages, each, $3 ; Drawing, $3 ; Painting, $6 ; Music, with use of instru- 
ment, $8. 

Sacramento Young Ladies Seminary. — Established by Rev. Dr. Phelps, July 1st, 
1862. W. S. Hunt took charge February 1st, 1863, and still continues. Latin, Greek 
and French are taught, together with English. Much time is devoted to preparing 
young ladies for the profession of teaching. Terms for English branches, $5 per month ; 
languages, extra, $2 ; primary branches, $3 to $4. 

Sacramento College, by C. C. Blohm, No. 234 M street. — Day and boarding school. 
Commenced 6th December, 1864. From 55 to 60, average attendance. Branches taught * 
.English, German, French, Spanish, Mathematics, Drawing, Yocal and Instrumental Mu- 
sic. 

Sacramento Academy — Over 111 K street, by Mr. E. Warren. This school is more 
particularly designed for boys. Elementary English branches taught — tution, $5 per 
month. 

Miss A. M. Mitchell — Boys and Girls, No. 188 Second street. This school opened 
January, 1863, with but few pupils. Continued to increase in numbers. The element- 
ary branches taught. Tuition, $3 to $4 per month. Miss Mitchell has had a large ex- 
perience, having taught successfully in the East before coming to California. 

Sr. Joseph's Female School — Conducted by the Si3ters of Mercy ; Ninth street be- 
tween F and G. This school was established October 2, 1857, and numbers about 215 
pupils with an average attendance of 140. Tnis school has six teachers. 

St. Rose School — Has been established for a long while. It is under the direction 
of the Church and was formerly in the basement of St. Rose Church, corner of K and 
Seventh streets. During 1857 a brick building, No. 266 K street, was occupied as the 
school room. We learn that the congregation of St. Rose Church contemplate erecting 
a building adjoining thereto next Spring for school purposes. The school is now taught 
by Daniel C. Nealson. The average attendance, boys exclusively, 75. 

The Lutheran School — Commenced last October with 23 pupils, in the German 
Methodist Church, at the corner of Ninth and E streets. Taught by Mathias Goethe. 



SACRAMENTO CITT. 55 

Pioneer Association. 

The first meeting was held at Jones' Hotel, on Wednesday evening, January 25, 1854, 
J. W. Winans in the Chair, and Samuel Colville, Secretary. On the 27th of the same 
month the Constitution of the. Association was adopted. The following named gentle- 
men were elected the first officers of the Association : Officers — J. W. Winans, Presi- 
dent ; Richard Rust of Marys ville, J. H. Nevitt, J. B. Starr, J. B. Mitchell, W. M. Car- 
penter and D. J. Lisle, of Sacramento, Vice Presidents ; Samuel Colville, Recording 
Secretary ; N A. H. Ball, Corresponding Secretary ; B. F. Hastings, Treasurer ; Henry 
E. Robinson, R. P. Johnson, Volney Spaulding, W. E. Waters, Geo. Rowland, James 
Haworth and C. C. Sackett, Directors, elected February 3, 1854, and served until Sep- 
tember 9, 1854., Since its organization the Society has had the following named Presi- 
dents: 1st — J. W. Winans, President; Samuel Colville, Secretary. 2d — J. W. Winans, 
President ; James Anthony and George Cadwalader, Secretaries. 3d — J. W. Winans, 
President ; George Cadwalader, Secretary. 4th — A. C. Munson, President; S. B. Rob- 
bins, Secretary. 5th — Dr. J. F. Morse, President ; S. B. Robbins, Secretary. 6th — 
James Queen, President; S. B. Robbins, Secretary. 7th — A. C. Munson, President ; S. 
B. Robbins, Secretary. 8th — J. H. Carroll, President ; S. B. Robbins, Secretary. 9th 
— N. L. Drew, President ; S. B. Robbins, Secretary 10th — Dr. G. J. Phelan, President; 
S. B. Robbing, Secretary. 11th — R. H. McDonald, President; A. Leonard, Secretary. 
12th— Justin Gates, President ; Col. W. G. Wood and I. N. Hoag, Vice Presidents ; A. 
Leonard, Recording Secretary. 13th — W. F. Knox, President ; I. N. Hoag, Vice Presi- 
dent ; A. Leonard, Secretary. 14th and present officers — I. N. Hoag, President ; James 
McClatchy and Charles Heinrich, Vice Presidents ; A. Leonard, Recording Secretary; 
Edward Collins, Corresponding Secretary ; C. H. Swift, Treasurer. There are over four 
hundred names on the roll ; however, some of them are not active members. The Li- 
brary comprises over four hundred volumes of well selected works. There is also a 
Cabinet, consisting of minerals and shells peculiar to the country. Initiation fee, $5 ; 
yearly fees, $2 50. 



State Agricultural Society. 

The State Agricultural Society organized in 1854, and incorporated by an Act of the 
Legislature of May 13th, of the same year. In 1858 the Fair of the Society was held in 
Marysville ; the year 1869, at Sacranento in the new Pavilion, and have continued here 
from that time. Under the present organization Sacramento is fixed as the permanent 
site for the Annual Fairs. 

On March 12, 1863, the Board of Agriculture was organized, and the 
affairs of the Society were placed in its hands. At that time $26,4*73 56 
of debt hung over the Society. On January 29, 1866, the indebtedness of 
the Society had been rednced, as appears by the Report of the Board of Di- 
rectors, to the sum of $3,851 30. The Fair for 1867 was generally conceded to be one 
of the best ever held by the Society, bringing together a better display of the products 
of the varied industries of the State and enlisting a greater interest than any of its pre- 
decessors. The receipts of the Society, to date, are $23,733 10. 

Officers for 1867. — C. F. Reed, President; C. T. Wheeler of Sacramento, John H. 
Carroll of Sacramento, Edgar Mills of Sacramento, B. R. Crocker of Sa'cramento, T. L. 
Chamberlain of Placer, W. P. Coleman of Sacramento, A G. Richardson of Sacramen- 
to, Robert Beck of Sacramento, R. B. Woodworth of San Francisco, Directors. Officers 
of the Board — I. N. Hoag, Secretary; R. T. Brown of Sacramento, Treasurer. The an- 
nual meeting in January, 1868. 



56 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

THE STATE AGRICULTURAL PAVILION. 

This commodious and elegant building, erected by the people of Sacramento city 
and county for the accommodation of Fairs of the State Agricultural Society, may 
justly be regarded as a monument of their spirit and liberality. 

In the month of June, 1859, the ground upon which this building was located — a 
lot 160 feet square, situated on the corner of Sixth and M streets — was purchased, and 
the Society, having selected the plan of M. F. Butler for the building, at once entered 
upon its erection. The corner stone was laid with appropriate ceremonies on the 1st of 
July, 1859, and on the 13th of August the immense structure was in complete readiness 
for the purpose for which it was designed, the work reflecting credit upon all parties en- 
gaged in its construction. » * 



Cemeteries. 

The City Cemetery — Was located in 1850. It is on Tenth street, south of Y. These 
grounds were surveyed and divided into lots and tiers for burial purposes, in 1856, and 
a Superintendent appointed. The present inclosure contains ten acres. Much time 
and money has been spent in cultivating ornamental trees and shrubbery. A lodge or 
gateway was built, 1858, at the entrance of the grounds, at a cost of about $3,000. 
The Cemetery is supplied with water, conducted in pipe, from the City Water Works. 
It has a fine reservoir in the center. The State plot, 80 by 80 feet, inclosed by a brick 
wall and granite coping. The firemen's plot, inclosed by brick wall and granite coping. 
Masonic plot, 7,276 square feet inclosed by brick wall. Pioneers' plot, 2,272 feet, in- 
closed by brick wall. Odd Fellows' plot, 138 by 104 feet, inclosed by brick wall, and 
500 family plots, many of them beautifully ornamented with shrubbery. Israel Luce is 
the Superintendent; office, 131 K street. 

The Sutter Fort Burying Ground (now Helvetia Cemetery). — This was the first 
place selected for the burial of the dead in 1849, and was used by many who preferred 
that place to the City Cemetery, until April, 1857, when the late J. W. Reeves purchased 
the land, laid it out in tiers and private burial lots, with wide avenues and alleys. The 
grounds, twenty acres, are inclosed with a nice picket fence. The Cemetery is beauti- 
fully decorated with shade trees and ornamental evergreen shrubbery, rose bushes of 
many varieties, etc. There is also a public reception vault in the Cemetery, and three 
large reservoirs, and over 5,000 feet of lead and iron pipe laid through the grounds* 
also a nice fountain. The office of Mrs. J. W. Reeves is 53 Fourth street, between J 
and K. 

The Jewish Cemetery.— This Cemetery is located on J street, south side, and a little 
east of Thirty-first street. The Cemetery is owned by the Hebrew Benevolent Associ- 
ation, and was established in 1850. This Society erected a chapel therein, and enclosed 
the grounds with a massive brick wall, post and gateways, in 1863, at a cost of 
$2,500* 

St. Joseph Cemetery. — Corner of Y and Twenty-first streets, was purchased in the 
Summer of 1864r, by the congregation of St. Rose's Church, and was consecrated by- 
Most Rev. J. S. Alemany, Archbishop of San Francisco, on the 7th May, 1865, and has 
since been used as a burial ground by the congregation. The Cemetery embraces twenty 
acres. It is well adapted to the purpose, and will no doubt, at an early date, be adorned 
with appropriate shade trees, evergreens and shrubbery. 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 57 

Libraries. 

The State Library. — Organized by Act of the Legislature, April 9th, 1850. Li- 
brary rooms, Hastings' block, southwest corner of J and Second streets. The total num- 
ber of volumes, 22,386 ; the Supreme Court Reports of all the States — all of them nearly 
complete. The scientific and historical department has been largely increased during 
the last two years. The State may well feel proud of her library — the libraries of other 
States, which are much older than California, would not compare favorably with ours. 
The Board of Trustees consist of Jo Hamilton, J. W. Winans, H. W. Harkness, C. G. W. 
French and W. C. Belcher. This Board appointed W. C. Stratton, on the 27th March, 
1866, for the term of four years ; Albert Hart is the Deputy. The books are well ar- 
ranged, and kept in fine order ; every accommodation is cheerfully given to those who 
have occasion to refer to the volumes therein. 

Odd Fellows Library Association. — This Association is composed of members in 
good standing of the Subordinate Lodges, who are admitted upon the payment of the 
sum of five dollars. Members are permitted to take books out of the Library, in ac- 
cordance with the rules of the Association. All members of the Order are admitted to 
the Library rooms and have free access to the books, but, unless they are members of 
the Association, they are not allowed to take any books from the Library. At present 
the Library contains about four thousand volumes of choice, well selected matter. 
Among them are valuable statistical works, encyclopaedias, histories, biographies, 
poetry, novels and romances, together with the writings and speeches of illustrious 
statesmen — Jefferson, Webster, Calhoun and others. It is truly a creditable enterprise, 
and one worthy of the united support of the whole Order. There is also a large collec- 
tion of minerals, specimens, fossils, petrifications, etc., the contributions of persons 
from different parts of the State. 

Sacramento Library. — This Association was organized October 21st, 1857. The 
Librarian gave 4,840, as the number of volumes in the Library at present. As to the 
classification of the volumes, style or manner of works, he was unable to give us any 
information. Officers for the present year : John McNeill, President ; S. Tryon, Vice 
President ; R. Dale } Treasurer ; Charles L. Scudder, Secretary. M. L. Templeton, C. H. 
Ross, J. A. Seaman, D. A. Bender and H. B. Eddy, Directors ; George P. Warner, Li- 
brarian. 



Military. 

Roster of Fourth Regiment of Infantry — Fourth Brigade, Cal. N. G. ; Headquar- 
ters, Sacramento City. — Colonel, Edward R.Hamilton, Sacramento; Lieut. Col., James 
Adams, Volcano, Amador county ; Major, John F. Sheehan, Sacramento ; Adjutant, 
Thos. J. Clunie, Sacramento ; Quartermaster, H. S. Crocker, Sacramento ; Surgeon, Ira 
S. Oatman, Sacramento. 

Company A, City Guard. — Capt. D. A. De Merritt, Sacramento. 

Company B, Placerville City Guard. — Capt. JohnD. Boop, Placerville, El Dorado 
county, Cal. 

Company C, Volcano Blues. — Capt. S. J. Murphy, Volcano, Amador county. 

Company E, Emmet Guard. — Capt. T. W. Sheehan, Sacramento. 

Company F, Georgetown Union Guard. — Capt. H. M. Porter, Georgetown, El Do- 
rado county. 

Company G, Woodland Guard. — Capt. J. G. Hall, Woodland, Yolo county. 

Company H, Jackson Guard. — Capt. Harvey E. Babcock, Jackson, Amador county. 

Sacramento Hussars. — This Company is chiefly composed of Germans ; organized 
4th of August, 1859. Present officers — Frank Ebner, Captain ; Geo. Boehme, First 

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58 SACRAMENTO CITY. 

Lieutenant; A. Neubauer, Senior Second Lieutenant; A. Heilbron, Junior Second 
Lieutenant ; 52 members. 

Sacramento Light Artillery. — Organized the 24th of September, 1864. Present 
officers — S. S. Montague, Captain ; E. M. Howison, Senior First Lieutenant ; Joseph H. 
Cooboie, Junior First Lieutenant , I. B. Coolidge, Senior Second Lieutenant; Converse 
Howe, Junior Second Lieutenant ; 87 members. 

Grand Army of the Republic. — District Commander, George W. Bowie ; Post No. 
1, District of Sacramento. Post Commander, Wm. L. Campbell ; Sen. Vice Com- 
mander, ; Junior Vice Commander, W. 0. Guirey ; Post Adjutant, John F. 

Sheehan ; Post Quartermaster, 0. H. Cambridge. 



I. O. O. F. 

Grand Encampment of California. — Organized January 8, 1855. Annual sessions, 
on Monday preceding the first Tuesday in May, each year. Officers for the year ending 
May, 1868 : M. W. G. P., B. W. Barnes of La Porte ; M. E. G. H. P., C. H. Randall of 
Sonora ; R. W. G. S. W., Ezra St. John of Portland, Oregon ; R. W. G. Scribe, T. 
Rodgers Johnson of San Francisco ; R. W. G. Treasurer, David Hunter of San Francis- 
co ; R. W. J. W., A. D. Meacham of San Francisco; R. W. G. Representatives to the 
G. L. of the TJ. S., W. A. Gilman of Marysville ; David Meeker of San Francisco. 

Pacific Encampment, No. 2. — Meets at Odd Fellows' Hall first and third Tuesdays 
of each month. Instituted July 29, 1853. Officers' term commences January 
1, 1867 : 

Grand Lodge of California. — Annual sessions on the first Tuesday of each year. 
Organized May 17, 1853. Officers for the year ending May. 1868 : M. W. G. M., Cbas. 
1J. Fox of San Francisco ; R. W. D. G. M., C. S. Haswell of Sacramento ; R. W. G. W. ? 
S. W. Brockway of Mokelumne Hill ; R. W. G. Secretary, T. Rodgers Johnson of San 
Francisco ; R. W. G. Treasurer, Martin Heller of San Francisco ; R. W. G. Representa- 
tives to the G. L. of the U. S., C. W. Dannals of North San Juan ; J. A. McClelland of 
San Francisco. 

Sacramento Lodge, No. 2. — Instituted January 28, 1851. Official term com- 
mences January 1, 1868 : 

Meets every Saturday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Eureka Lodge, No. 4. — Instituted January 7, 1852. Official term commences Jan. 
uary 1, 1868 : 

Meets every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

El Dorado Lodge, No. 8. — Instituted September 24, 1852. Official term com- 
mences January 1, 1868 : 

Meets every Monday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Capital Lodge, No. 87. — Instituted June 10, 1859. Official term commences Jan- 
uary 1, 1868 : 

Meets every Friday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Schiller Lodge, No. 105. — Instituted January 26, 1867. Official term commences 
January 1, 1868 : 

Works in the German language and meets every Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. 

Union Degree Lodge, No. 3. — Instituted 1854. Official term commences January 
1, 1868 : 

Night of meetings : 4th Tuesday of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 59 

Diobek of Rebekah, I. 0. 0. P. — Was adopted by the R. W. G. L. of the U. S. of 

America at the City of Baltimore, State of Maryland, September 15, 1851, and instituted 
in this city, by a called meeting of Eureka Lodge No. 4, August 23, 1852, David Ken- 
dall presiding. This Degree was then conferred by George I. N. M on ell upon the va- 
rious members of the Lodges in this vicinity. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association. — Incorporated June 25th, 1862, with a capital stock 
of $40,000, divided into 1,600 shares at $25 each. Re-incorporated August 13th, 1866, 
capital stock $80,OOQ, divided into 3,200 shares of $25 each. Officers and Directors for 
the annual term ending the second Tuesday in July, 1868 : President Samuel Cross; 
Secretary and Agent, David Kendall; Treasurer, P. H. Russell; Directors, Samuel Cross, 
David Kendall, P. H. Russell, C. C. Hayden, W. C. Felch, C. Green, A. Heilbron, H. K. 
Snow, E D. Wheatley. Annual meetings are held on the Wednesday succeeding the 
second Tuesday in July of each year, and the monthly meetings second Tuesday of 
each month, in the office of their building now known as Odd Fellows' Block. 

Odd Fellows' Libbabt Association. — Organized in 1854. Officers for the year end- 
ing June 1868: President, D. Kendall ; First Vice President, George J. Cross; Second 
Vice President, A. Heilbron; Secretary, Joseph S. Friend; Treasurer, James McCleary; 
Librarian, C. McGinnis. 



U. A. O. D. 

Grand Grove of the United Ancient Order of Druids, of the State of Cali- 
fornia. — Organized May 18th, 1865. Officers for the year ending the first Tuesday in 
June, 1868: N. G. A., J. W. Andozejowski of San Francisco; D. G. A., Theodore Eisfeldt 
Sr., of Placer ville; G. Secretary, N. Dimmer of San Francisco; G. Treasurer, E.Schuetze 
of San Francisdo; G. H., Henry Link of San Francisco; G. M., Chas. F. Scdmidt, of 
San Francisco; D. D. G. A., C. C. Hayden of Sacramento. The next session of this 
Grand Grove meets at Sacramento the first Tuesday in June, 1868. 

Walhalla Grove No. 6. — Inutituted August 10th, 1866, at Sacramento. Officers 
for the term ending May 1st, 1868: N. A., Theodore Evers; V. A., Jacob Keber; Secre- 
tary, J. Suverkrup; Treasurer, L. Neubourg; I. G., Wra. Schaumloeffel; C, J. Acker. R. 
H. B. to N. A., A. Menke; L. H. B. to N. A., H. Wittenbrock; R. H. B. to V. A., S. Davis; 
L. H. B. to V. A., George Drnker; O. G., Charles Kleinsorge; P. A., Charles H. Krebs. 
This Grove meets on "Wednesday evenings, at Graham Hall, east side of Sixth street, 
between J and K streets, Sacramento. This Grove worked in the German language up 
to the first of June, 1867, since then in the English language. 



Independent Order of G-ood Templars. 

The Grand Lodge of Good Templars was organized on the 28th day of May, a. d. 
1860, by E. H. Bishop, then acting R. G. T. The annual session is held in Sacramento, 
on the Fourth Tuesday in September. W. H. Mills, G. W.S., has his office Nos. 5 and 
6 Garwood's building, over 149 J street. There are two Lodges in this city: 

Siloam Lodge, No. 2 — Was organized September 16th, 1856. Meetings, Saturday 
evenings, in Graham's Hall, on Sixth street, between J and K. Officers elected quarter- 
ly. The present officers installed 1st November, 1867; term will expire the 1st of Feb- 
ruary, 1868. 

Capitol Lodge, No. 51 — Was organized December 12th, 1861. Meetings, every 
Tuesday evening, at Graham's Hall. Officers elected quarterly. The present officers in- 
stalled 1st November, 1867; term will expire the 1st February, 1868. 



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F. and A. Masons. 

Grand Lodge of California. — Organized April 18, 1850. Meets annually on the 
second Tuesday in October, in the city of San Francisco. Present officers : William A. 
Davies of Tuolumne, Grand Master ; H. H. Hartley of Sacramento, Deputy Grand Mas- 
ter ; Thomas Beck of Santa Cruz, Grand Warden ; L. E. Pratt of Sierra, Grand Junior 
Warden ; James Laidley of San Francisco, Grand Treasurer ; A. G. Abell of San Fran- 
cisco, Grand Secretary ; Wm. JJ. Hill of Sacramento, Grand Chaplain ; Bennett Nulver- 
ham of San Francisco, Grand Marshal. 

Sacramento Council No. 1, R. & S. M. — Organized a. d. 1849, and holds its meetings 
on Monday, the last of each month, at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of K and Sixth 
streets. Present officers : W. F. Knox, T. I. M.; L. Goss, D. I. M.; P. S. Lawson, P. C. 
W.; A. Egl, T.; Thomas Ross, R.; J. M. Rock, C. of G.; I. B. Coolidge, C. W. W. Smith, 
M.; J. Barnes, Std.; Peter Zacharias, S. 

Sacramento Commandery, No. 2. — Organized a. d. 1850, and holds its meetings on 
the first Saturday of each month at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of K and Sixth 
streets. Present officers : W. F. Knox, E. C; L. Goss, G.; J. Z. Davis, C. G.; Thomas 
Ross, P.; A. A. Bennett, Sen.; J. W. Rock, S. W.; A. A. Reddington, J. W.; H. H. Hart- 
ley, T.; E. K. Phipps, R. % 

Sacramento Rotal Arch, Chapter No. 3. — Organized May 6, 1854. Meetings 
every Tuesday evening at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of K and Sixth streets. 
Present officers: L. Goss, H. P.; P. S. Lawson, K.; Thomas Ross, S.; E. L. Vander- 
burg, C. of H.; Isaac Davis, P. S.; J. R. Heath, R. A. C; C. H. Ross, M. 3d V.; T. Hil- 
lier, M. 2d V.; H. Cook, M. 1st V.j R. Dale, Treasurer; G. H. Winterburn, Secretary ; 
P. Zacharias* Guard. 

Sacramento Lodge, No. 40. — Organized a. d. 1854, and holds its meetings on the 
first Friday of each month, at Masonic Hall, corner of E and Sixth streets. Present of- 
ficers : P. S. Lawson, W. M.; W. W. Smith, S. W.; Hiram Cook, J. W.; H. W. Bragg, 
Treasurer; G. H. Winterburn, Secretary ; Theodore Hillier, S. D.; H. N. Dyer, J. D.; W. 
H. Hill, Chaplain ; W. M. Petrie and Joseph Scott, Stewards ; D. Gillis, Marshal ; J. T. 
Griffitts, Organist ; P. Zacharias, Tyler. 

Tehama "Lodge, No. 3. — Organized a. d. 1850, and holds its meetings on the first 
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of K and Sixth streets. 
Present officers : Isaac Davis, W. M.; Perrin Stanton, S. W.; J. R. Webster, J. W.; A. 
T. Nelson, T.; George N. Parker, Sec'y. 

Concord Lodge, No. 117. — Organized a. d. 1858, and holds its meetings on the first 
Tuesday of each month, at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of E and Sixth streets. 
Present officers : John H. Parnell, W. M.; John. Oschwald, S. W.; A. Loftier, J. W.; W. 
H. De Volin, Treasurer ; George M. Hayton, Sec'y. 

Union Lodge, No. 58. — Organized a. d. 1855, and holds its meetings on the first 
Wednesday of each month, at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of E and Sixth streets. 
Present officers : J. W. Rock, W. M.; J. Watson, S. W.; William Moran, J. W.; A. Egl, 
Treasurer ; R. Dale, Sec'y. 

The Masonic Hall Association. — Incorporated September 18, 1864, with a capital 
stock of $30,000, divided into 1,200 shares at $25 each. The Association purchased on 
November 1, 1864, what is known as Ferguson's corner, being the southwest corner ofr 
E and Sixth streets, for which they gave $2,500. Since, two parcels adjoining thereto 
on the west, were purchased by them. The first cost $500; the second $1,500. On 
the 24th day of June, 1865, the corner stone of their new Hall was laid, and the edifice 



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entirely completed on December I, 1865. The evening of December 12, 1865, notice 
was given that all who wished could have an opportunity to see for themselves the new 
apartments of the mystic order. Many availed themselves of the privilege and were 
highly pleased in examining the neatly finished halls, ante-rooms and refreshment sa- 
loons, all of which are tastefully, and we apprehend, appropriately arranged. The 
building is sixty by ninety, and over seventy feet in hight, with basement and three 
stories. The first and second stories are occupied by County officers and the Courts. 
The third story is divided into two halls, ante-rooms and a refreshment saloon. In one 
hall the Lodges hold their meetings. In the other the Chapter, Council and Com- 
mandery have theirs. The lots, buildings and fixtures cost $35,000. The Association 
have rented it as follows : Basement, $125 per month ; the first and second stories to 
County for the period of two years at $250 per month ; the third story to the different 
Lodges, in the aggregate of $150 per month ; total, $525 per month. 



Benevolent Societies. 

Howard Benevolent Society — Established in October, 1857. — Its funds are derived 
from membership, $5 each; from monthly dues and voluntary contributions. The Leg- 
islature of 1863-4 made an appropriation of $2,000 to the Society. It is probable the 
present Legislature will also make an appropriation for the same purpose. 

The Society's depot is on the west side of Sixth street, between H and I, under the 
charge of a Steward, who is ready at all times to take charge of the unfortunate and 
distressed. As 'the condition of a charitable institution should be estimated by the 
amount of good accomplished, rather than by its "cash balance," the following state- 
ment from the last annual report of the officers will show this Association to be in a 
progressive position. 

Recapitulation for Ten Tears. — Persons relieved, 22,345; dispensations, 19,538; re- 
ceipts, $92,980 46; disbursements, $91,619 24. Number of deaths, during the year of 
1857, 12; number sent to friends, 60; number of adults now in charge, 18; children, 28; 
total, 46. 

Financial Statement. — Cash on hand, October, 1866, $345 93; received from contri- 
buting members, $774; received from interest account, $900; received from State subsi- 
dy, $1,000; received from loans paid in, $2,000; received from membership, $70; re- 
ceived from donations, $119— total, $6,208 93. Disbursements for relief, $3,247 71; 
disburs meats for loans $1,600-; total disbursments, $4,847 71; balance on hand 5th Oc- 
tober, 1867, $1,361 21; loans outstanding 5th October, 1867, $7,600; due from the 
State of California, $1,000; net assets of the Association, $9,961 21. 

Present Officers. — J. H. Carroll, President; Henry Van Heusen, Secretary; P. H. Rus- 
sell, Treasurer; W. P. Coleman, R. Dale, R. T. Brown, C. A. Peak, Thomas Baker and 
L. A. Upson, Directors. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society of Sacramento. — Incorporated February 10th, 1854, 
and still continues prosperous. There are about 75 members. Officers — G. Haines, 
President; G. Wolf, Vice President; P. Franklin, Treasurer; Henry Eohn, Secretary. 

I. O. B. B. — This Association is in a flourishing condition; about $2,000 in the 
Treasury. Officers — B. Kosminsky, President; H. Ross Vice President; B. Dennery, 
Treasurer; Charles Leaman, Recording Secretary, and I. Lewis, Financial Secretary. 
There are 80 members. 



Churches, 

Grace Church (Episcopal). — Situated on Eighth street, between land J; brick edifice, 
erected in 1856. Rector, Rev. Wm. H. Hili. 



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Congregational Church. — The incorporate name is " The First Ecclesiastical Associ- 
ation of Sacramento City." It is a brick edifice, on Sixth, between I and J streets. Rev. 
I. E. Dwinell, Pastor. 

Hebrew Church (Benai Israel). — On the east side of Sixth street, between J and E. 
Pastor, Rev. Wm. Stamper. 

Methodist E. Church South. — A brick edifice, on Seventh, between J and E streets. 
Pastor, Rev. T. H. B. Anderson. 

Presbyterian Church. — A frame building, on Sixth, between E and L streets. Pas- 
tor, Rev. James S. McDonald. 

Methodist E. Church North. — A brick building, on Sixth, between E and L streets. 
Pastor, Rev. J. W. Ross. 

St. Rose Church. — A brick edifice, on the northeast corner of E and Seventh streets. 
The Rev. J. S. Cottor, Paster ; Rev. Patrick Scanlan, Assistant. 

African M. E. Church. — Brick edifice, on Seventh street, between G and H. Pastor, 



The First Baptist Church. — Frame building, on Fourth street, between L and M. 
Rev. Fred. Charlton, Pastor. 



Musical Societies. 

Philharmonic Society. — This Association was organized the 15th of October, 1855. 
The Association has a musical library of about six hundred and twenty-five volumes. 
The properties of the Society, including a grand piano, purchased during the year 1863, 
are valued at $1,500. Rehearsals every Tuesday evening at the Seventh street Methodist 
Church. Musical Director, John McNeill ; Pianist, Hugo Yanke ; Business Directors, 
J. M. Avery and Louis Bien. 

Turner Gesang Verein — Was organized June 2d, 1854 ; the members meet for prac- 
tice twice a week at the Turn Verein Hall, on E, between Ninth and Tenth streets. 

Sacramento Arion Society. — Organized January, 1867, for the cultivation of vocal 
music, and social intercourse. Sixty members — twenty-four active, and thirty-six 
passive ; Musical Direotor, Professor Chas. Winter. The Society meets for rehearsal on 
Monday and Wednesday of each week, in Hamilton Hall ; it has procured a fine Checker- 
ing piano, and a large selection of music of the best composers. 

Union Brass Band. — This Band is composed of Musicians of superior talent, and 
long been regarded by those claiming to understand the subject, as masters of their 
profession. The Association was organized the 7th of July, 1857; their place of meet- 
ing is at Zwicker's Saloon, 70 J street, and Melchior's Musical Hall, E street, between 
Fourth and Fifth. Zwicker and Melcbior attend to the business of the Association, and 
will be ready at all times to furnish music to order. 



Sacramento Typographical Union, No. 46. 

Organized September 10th, 1859. Present officers — John D. Yost, President ; A. M 
Thomas, First Vice President; C. T. Ingham, Second Vice President ; J. D. Young, Sec- 
retary ; George N. Parker, Treasurer ; A. J. Graham, Sergeant-at-Arms. 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 63 

The Central Pacific Railroad, 

Is one of the links of the great overland chain that will connect the Pacific with the 
Atlantic, and bind more closely together the interests, affections and sympathies of the 
people residing on both sides of the Continent. The progress already made by the Cen- 
tral Pacific Railroad Company on the western end of this National work, and their 
ample means to complete it, demonstrate that notwithstanding the appalling difficulties 
to be overcome, in carrying a Railroad over the crest of the Sierra Nevada mountains, 
7,042 feet above the level of the sea, during a period of unparalleled derangement of the 
finances of the country — less time will be required to span the Continent with a Rail- 
way than was consumed in convincing the National Congress of its feasibility. The 
Pioneer who slowly plodded his way across the inhospitable plains, and with difficulty 
goaded his almost worn out oxen to ascend the ragged slopes of the Sierra Neva das, 
may now enjoy the pleasure of a flying trip by rail from Srcramento to the Valley of the 
Truckee, on the eastern side of the mountains ; and at the present rate of progress in 
constructing the road, at the close of 1868, he may pursue the trip to the Valley of the 
Humboldt, in 1869, to Humboldt Wells, and in 18*70, to his former home in the Atlantic 
States, and relate the story of the great work — the magical change, wi ought in seven 
years from its commencement, and six years sooner than is required by the Act of Con- 
gress. 

This road runs from the City of Sacramento eastward through the counties of Sac- 
ramento, Placer and Nevada, and crosses the eastern boundary of the State of Califor- 
nia in the Valley of the Truckee river, about one hundred and fifty miles from Sacra- 
mento. It is now completed a distance of 138 miles. 

The Company was incorporated under the laws of California, June 28th, 1861 ; has 
franchise from the United States Government, under the Pacific Railroad Act of Con- 
gress, approved July 1st, 1862, granting right of way — $16,000 per mile in the valley, 
$48,000 per mile over the Sierra Nevada mountains, $32,000 east of the mountains, and 
alternate sections of land on each side of the road, twenty miles in width. Under Act 
of the Legislature, approved April 4th, 1864, the State of California guaranteed the 
payment of the interest on $1,500,000 seven per cent, twenty years' bonds of the Com- 
pany. 

The tract of land known as Sutter Lake, and the right of way, use of streets, levee 
and river front, were granted to the Company by the city of Sacramento, by Ordinance 
of the Board of Supervisors, passed November 6th, 1862, and confirmed by an Act of 
the Legislature, approved April 14th, 1863. 

The road is located on one of the main spurs of the Sierras, which forms the Divide 
between the waters of Bear and Yuba rivers on the north, and the American river on the 
south. The necessity for crossing the numerous deep canyons, formed by these streams 
and their tributaries, is thus entirely avoided, and the ascent of the Western slope of 
the mountain to its summit, an altitude of 7,042 feet, is made without loss of grade. 
The maximum grade used on the Western slope, is 116 feet per mile, of which there is 
only 3£ miles. On the Eastern slope there is no grade exceeding 90 feet per mile. 

The work of construction was commenced in February, 1863. Since the Spring of 
1864, there has been an average laboring force of 10,000 men. There are fifteen tunnels, 
the longest of which, the Summit tunnel, is 1,658 feet, and the aggregate length of all 
the tunnels exceed one and a quarter miles, and most of them through solid ledge of 
granite rock. 

The constructed road over the mountains, is a triumph of engineering skill, sound, 
financial management, and persevering labor. It forms the great avenue of trade, travel 
and business intercourse, between the Pacific coast and Nevada, Idaho, Montana and 
Utah. And when completed across the Continent, in connection with established steam 
communication with China and Japan, the beneficial effects upon the industrial and 



64 SACRAMENTO CUT. 

commercial interests of California, and the whole Pacific coast, can scarcely be overesti- 
mated, i 

Officers. — Leland Stanford, President ; C. P. Huntington, Vice President ; Mark 
Hopkins, Treasurer ; E. H. Miller, Jr., Secretary ; S. S. Montague, Cbief Engineer ; E. 
Gray, Consulting Engineer ; B. B. Redding, Land Agent ; Charles Crocker, General 
Superintendent. 

Directors. — Leland Stanford, Sacramento ; C. P. Huntington, Sacramento; E. B. 
Crocker, Sacramento ; Mark Hopkins, Sacramento ; E. H. Miller, Jr., Sacramento ; 
Charles Marsh, Nevada ; A. P. Stanford, San Francisco. 



Sacramento Valley Railroad. 

This was the first Railroad constructed on the Pacific coast — twenty-two miles and a 
half in length, from Sacramento to Folsom. The Company was organized August 4th, 
1852, and re-organized November 9th, 1854. The road was opened for business Jan- 
uary 1st, 1856. Cost of construction, $1,568,000 — represented by capital stock, $800,- 
000 ; first mortgage, $400,000 ; second mortgage, $368,000, upon which latter mortgage 
$100,000 has been paid. The track was originally five feet wide, but under the manage- 
ment of the present Board of Directors, the guage of the road, and all its rolling stock, 
has been changed to correspond in width with the Pacific Railroad. 

During the past year, the tracks into the city, and along the water front, to the 
steamer landing, have been changed and much improved. These improvements, togeth- 
er with the extensive dock, steam derricks, and new depot buildings contiguous to the 
steamer landing, afford superior accommodations for business. 

The road formerly did an extensive and profitable business in the transportation of 
both passengers and freight ; and its increased local business for the past two years, 
in some degree, compensates for the decrease in its over the mountain trade and travel, 
which has been diverted to the Pacific Railroad. 

Its Officers abb — Leland Stanford, President ; E. B. Crocker, Vice President ; Mark 
Hopkins, Treasurer ; E. H. Miller, Jr., Secretary ; and Josiah Johnson, Superintend- 
ent. 

Directors — Leland Stanford, E. B. Crocker, Mark Hopkins, E. H. Miller, Jr., Chas. 
Crocker and A. P. Stanford. 



Miscellaneous. 

The California Steam Navioation Company — Was organized February 22d, 1854, 
with a capital stock of $2,500,000. Present officers: B. M. Hartshorn, President; W. 
H. Taylor, Vice President; S. O. Putman, Secretary; J. Bensley, Alfred Redington, A. 
Hayward, Lloyd Tevis, W. C. Ralston, W. Norris and — Butterworth, Directors. A. 
Redington, Agent at Sacramento. The boats of the Company ply on the Sacramento 
and San Joaquin rivers. 

Gas Works. — The Sacramento Gas Company has now over eight miles of street 
mains laid through the city. The Company commenced operations July 1st, 1856. 

Sacramento City Water Works. — Erected in 1853; two-story brick, 126x60. Reser- 
voir on top of the building, from which the city is supplied with water — the water be- 
ing hoisted by steam power from the Sacramento river. In this building the Police 
Court is held, and the several departments of the City Government. The basement is 
used for the City and County Prison. 



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Turn Vbrein. — This Gymnastic Society was organized June 2d, 1854. In Septem- 
ber, 1859, they completed a commodious Hall on K, between Ninth and Tenth streets. 
The Hall consists of three apartments, the entire cost of which, with fixtures and fur- 
niture, was about fifteen thousand dollars. The society has now forty-five members. 
They meet for practice at their Hall on the first and third Fridays of each month. 

Calieorxia State Telegraph Company. — Formed in July, 1860, by the consolidation 
of the Alta California and California State Telegraph Companies. This Company has 
all the lines in the State, except the one along the Central Pacific Railroad. They have 
the use of that for the present. It is now the Western Union Telegraph Company. 

Wells, Farqo & Co. — New York and California Express and Exchange Company, — Or- 
ganized May, 1852, with a capital of $2,000,000. Business operations extend to every 
part of the United States, and all the principal cities of Europe. Office on Second 
'street, between J and K streets. 

Sacramento and Yolo Bridge, which spans Sacramento river is a fine structure. 
The franchise was granted to Johnson Price, V. E. Geiger, George P. Gillis, together 
with such associates as they might admit. Act approved April 3d, 1857. The right of 
way, and to construct the toll bridge and the privilege of using the same for that pur- 
pose, granted for the term of twenty years; provided within one year from the date of 
the passage of the Act, they commenced the construction of the bridge, and within two 
years fully completed the same. Further provides, that after the expiration of ten 
years from the completion of said bridge, the counties of Yolo and Sacramento, or 
either of them, shall have the right to purchase the said bridge, at an appraised value 
to be determined by five appraisers, two to be selected by the Bridge Company, two by 
the county or counties aforesaid, and one to be selected by the four appraisers before 
provided for; and such value shall be estimated to be the value of the bridge, not in- 
cluding the franchise or right of way. Again, if the said bridge be purchased by the 
counties mentioned, or either of them, then the right to collect tolls will cease. John- 
son Price, Y. E. Geiger and George P. Gillis contracted with H. R. Leonard to construct 
the bridge for $60,000. The work commenced 17th day of September, and was com- 
plete 27th day of June, 1858, and soon thereafter opened to travel. 

The Nicolson Pavement commenced being laid on Monday morning, December 11th, 
1865, from front to Second on J street. It was contracted to be completed by the 25th 
of December, but owing to the inclemency of the weather, the contractor did not quite 
connect. Turton & Knox bought the right of the Nicolson pavement January 2d, 1866. 
They paved J, between Second and Third streets, in April, 1866 ; paved Second, between 
J and K, in part, May, 1866. The pavement was continued on J between Third and 
Fourth during the Summer of 1867; also on Second to K was finished. 

For other statistical matter see Appendix. 



Sacramento Post Office. 

[corner of k and fourth streets.] 

George Rowland, Postmaster ; J. H. Lewis, Register and Money Order Clerk ; G. A. 
Putnam, Box and Stamp Clerk ; Paul Morrill, Jr., General and Delivery Clerk ; G. D. 
Prentice, General and Delivery Clerk ; S. M. Eiefer, Mailing Clerk ; John L. Kiefer, 
Mailing Clerk ; L. B. Yan Den Burgh, Mailing Clerk. 

Departure and Arrival of Mails. — San Francisco : Mails leave daily (Sundays ex- 
cepted), at 2 o'clock p. m., and arrive at 4 o'clock a. m. 

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Stockton — Mail leaves daily (Sundays excepted), at 6 o'clock a. m., and arrives at 1} 
o'clock P. M. 

Oregon and Washington Territory, including Nevada county, Placer county, Marys- 
ville and Northern part of California, Georgetown, Greenwood, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, 
Montana and the States — Mail leaves daily, via Central Pacific Railroad, at 6} o'clock a. 
m., and arrives at 12:42 p. m. 

Folsom, including Mormon Island, El Dorado, Latrobe, Jackson, lone City, Mokel- 
umne Hill, Drytown, Fiddletown, Coloma, and Placerville — Mails leave daily, via Sac- 
ramento Valley Railroad at 6J o'clock a. m., and arrive at 1:15 o'clock p. m. 

Cache Creek, Yolo county — Mail leaves Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 o'clock 
A. h., and arrives on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 3 o'clock p. m. 

Grand Island — Mail leaves on Monday at 7 o'clock a. m., and arrives on Saturday at 
2 o'clock p. m. 

Napa — Mail leaves Saturday at 7 o'clock a. m., and arrives Friday at 6 o'clock p. m. 

Walnut Grove — Mail leaves Saturday at 8 o'clock a. m., and arrives Friday at 4 
o'clock P. M. 

Timb of Closing Mails. — The Eastern and Northern mails close at 5 o'clock a. m.; 
Stockton mail closes at 5 o'clock A. m.; San Francisco mail closes at 10 minutes before 
2 o'clock p. m. 

Post Ofpicb Hours. — The Post Office opens at 8 o'clock a. m. , and closes at 5 o'clock 
p. m. Office opens on Sunday from 9 to 10 o'clock a. m. 

Important Postal Regulations. — The postage on all letters, except those to foreign 
countries, and to officers of the Government having the franking privilege, must be 
prepaid by stamps or stamped envelopes, pre-payment in money being prohibited 

The law absolutely prohibits Postmasters from delivering any letter, newspaper, 
pamphlet, or pamphlet whatever, until the postage charged thereon is paid. Printed 
matter must be retained until it is paid for, either as a transient package or for a quar- 
ter ; and no box at any Post Office can be assigned to the use of any person until the 
rent therefor has been paid for at least one quarter. 

The postage on all mail matter must be prepaid at the time of mailing, by stamps, 
except : 

Firtt — Matter lawfully franked. 

Second — Foreign letters which are regulated by special conventions. 
Third — Printed matter regularly issued and sent to regular subscribers. 
Fourth — Duly certified letters of soldiers, sailors and marines, in the service of the 
United States to destination. 

DOMESTIC POSTAGE. 

lettebs. 

The maximum standard weight for the single rate of letter postage is one half 
ounce, avoirdupois. 

The single letter rate of postage is three cents, throughout the United States. An 
additional rate of three cents is required for each additional half ounce or fraction. 

Drop letters, not exceeding one half ounce in weight, are chargeable with one cent 
postage, to be prepaid by stamps. An additional rate of one cent is required for each 
additional half ounce or fraction. 

Letter postage is to be charged on all printed matter which shall contain any manu- 
script writing whatever. 



SACRAMENTO CITY. 



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REGULAR PRINTED HATTER. 

Quarterly rates of Postage when paid Quarterly or Yearly, in advance, on Newspapers and 
Periodicals issued once a week or more frequently, and sent to actual subscribers, from a 
known office of publication: 



Matter. 



Weekly. 



Semi- 
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Tri- 
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Six times 
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Daily. 



Weekly newspapers (one copy only), 
sent by the publisher to actual sub- 
scribers within the county where 
printed and published 

Newspapers and periodicals, each, not 
exceeding 4 oz. in weight, sent to any 
part of the United States 

Exceeding 4 oz. and not exceeding 8 oz.. 

Exceeding 8 oz. and not exceeding 12 oz. 

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Religious, educational and agricultural newspapers of small size, issued less fre- 
quently than once a week, and sent to actual subscribers from a known office of publi- 
cation, may be sent in packages to one address at the rate of one cent for each package, 
not exceeding four ounces in weight, and an additional charge of one cent for each addi- 
tional four ounces, or fraction thereof — the postage to be paid quarterly or yearly, in 
advance. 

Quarterly rates of Postage, when paid Quarterly or Yearly, in advance, on Newspapers and 
Periodicals issued less frequently tham once a week, and sent to actual subscribers from a 
known office of publication. 



Matter. 


Semi- 
Monthly. 


Monthly. 


Quarterly. 


Newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals, each, 
not exceeding 4 oz. in weight, sent to any part of 


$ 06 
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Newsdealers may pay the postage on their packages of newspapers and periodicals 
as received at the same rates that actual subscribers thereto pay quarterly in advance. 

Publications issued without disclosing the office of publication, or containing a ficti- 
tious statement thereof, must not be forwarded by Postmasters unless prepaid at the 
mailing office at the rates of transient printed matter. 

TRANSIENT MATTER. 

Rates of postage, to be prepaid by stamps. 

One package to one address, not exceeding four ounces in weight 2 cents. 

One package to one address, over four ounces and not exceeding eight ounces.. 4 cents. 
One package to one address, over eight ounces and not exceeding twelve ounces 6 cents. 
One package to one address, over twelve ounces and not exceeding sixteen 

ounces 8 cents. 

BOOKS. 

Books not exceeding four ounces in weight, to one address ~ 4 cents. 



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Books oyer four ounces and not exceeding eight ounces, to one address 8 cents. 

Books over eight ounces and not exceeding twelve ounces to one address ..12 cents. 

Books over twelve ounces and not exceeding sixteen ounces, to one address 16 cents 

UNSEALED CIRCULARS. 

Unsealed circulars, not exceeding three in number, to one address 2 cents. 

Unsealed circulars, over three and not exceeding six, to one address 4 cents. 

Unsealed circulars, over six and not exceeding nine, to one address 6 cents. 

Unsealed circulars, over nine and not exceeding twelve, to one address 8 cents. 

No packet or package weighing more than four pounds can be sent by the mail, ex- 
cept books published or circulated by order of Congress. 

Registered Letters. — The registration fee is fixed at twenty cents on each letter. 

The postage on all matter transmitted by mail, must be prepaid by postage stamps. 

Revenue stamps will not prepay postage. 

Any word or communication, whether by printing, writing, marks or signs upon the 
cover or wrapper of a newspaper, magazine or pamphlet, or other printed matter other 
than the address of the person to whom it is to be sent, subjects the package to letter 
postage. And to inclose or conceal a letter or other thing, or to write or print anything 
after its publication, upon any newspaper or other printed matter, is illegal, and sub- 
jects the entire package to letter postage. 

All mail matter not sent at letter rates of postage, must be so wrapped or enveloped 
with open sides or ends as to enable the postmaster to examine the package without de- 
stroying the wrapper, otherwise such packages must be rated with letter postage. 

Carrying Letters Outside the Mails. — The law of Congress declares all " mail- 
able matter " to be all letters and newspapers, and all magazines and pamphlets pub- 
lished in a regular series, and all other printed or reading matter whereof each copy 
shall not exceed eight ounces in weight, thus embracing all insurance policies, hand- 
bills, circulars, and all written or printed notices whatever. 

The law forbids the conveyance out of the mail by private expresses, making stated 
or regular trips from one place to another, between which the United States mail is 
transported, of any "mailable matter" whatever, except newspapers for sale or distribu- 
tion to subscribers, and except also, pamphlets, magazines and periodicals, when not 
marked or directed, or intended for immediate distribution to subscribers or others, but 
intended for sale as merchandise and sent or consigned to some bona fide dealer or agent 
for the sale thereof ; and subjects every person thus offending, or aiding or assisting 
therein, to a penalty of $150 for each offense. 

Letters enclosed in stamped envelopes, furnished by the Post Office Department, and 
fully prepaid by the same, may be lawfully carried by private expresses or otherwise 
out of the mails ; but unpaid letters and letters prepaid by stamps cannot be so carried. 



List of United States Post Offices on the Pacific Coast. 



California. 

Areata, Humboldt county. 
Anaheim, Los Angeles county. 
Albion, Mendocino county. 
Anderson Valley, Mendocino county. 
Antioch, Contra Costa county. 
Anthony House, Nevada county. 
Alameda, Alameda county. 
Alvarado, Alameda county. 
Alviso, Santa Clara county. 
Alnmo, Contra Costa county. 
Alleghany, Sierra county. 
American Ranch, Shasta county. 
Angels, Calaveras county. 
Auburn, Placer county. 
Antelope, Yolo county. 
Battle Creek, Tehama county. 
Binghamton, Solano county. 
Bridgeport, Mono county. 
Black Point, Marin county. 
Bath, Placer county. 
Bodega, Sonoma county. 
Bloomfield, Sonoma county. 
Brooklyn, Alameda county. 
Belmont, San Mateo County. 
Bangor, Butte county. 
Bear Valley, Mariposa county. 
Boston, Mono county. 
Benicia, Solano county. 
Big Bar, Trinity county. 
Ballard's Bar, Yuba county. 
Big Oak Flat, Tuolumne county. 
Burwood, San Joaquin county. 
Buckeye, Yolo county. 
Buck's Ranch, Butte county. 
Brush Creek, Butte county. 
Buena Vista, Amador county. 
Burnett, Santa Clara county. 
Butte Valley, Butte county. 
Bolinas, San Rafael county. 
Brownsville, Yuba county. 
Coppervale, Shasta county. 
Camanche, Calaveras county. 
Calistoga, Napa county. 
Cahto, Mendocino county. 
Cisco, Placer county. 
Colgrove Point, Yolo county. 
Colfax, Placer county. 
Crescent City, Del Norte county. 
Clipper Gap, Placer county. 
Clipper Mills, Butte county. 
Cloverdale, Sonoma county. 
Clairville, Mendocino county. 
Calpella, Mendocino county. 
Centreville, Alameda county. 
Cache Creek, Yolo county. 
Callahan's Ranch, Siskiyou county. 



Campo Seco, Calaveras county. 
Camptonville, Yuba county. 
Clarksville, El Dorado county. 
Clayton, Contra Costa county. 
Charleston, Yolo county. 
Cherokee, Butte county. 
Chico, Butte county. 
Chili, Calaveras county. 
Central House, Butte county. 
Chinese Camp, Tuolumne county. 
Cold Springs, El Dorado county. 
Coloma, El Dorado county. 
Columbia, Tuolumne county. 
Colusa, Colusa county. 
Copperopolis, Calaveras county. 
Coppervale, Plumas county. 
Cosumnes, Sacramento county. 
Cottonwood, Shasta county. 
Cottage Grove, Klamath county. 
Crystal Lake, Placer county. 
Damascus, Placer county. 
Danville, Contra Costa county. 
Denverton, Solano county. 
Diamond Springs, El Dorado county. 
Dougherty Station, Alameda county. 
Douglas City, Trinity county. 
Donner Lake, Nevada county. 
Downieville, Sierra county. 
Dry town, Amador county. 
Duncan's Mills, Sonoma county. 
Dutch Flat, El Dorado county. 
Eel River, Humboldt county. 
Eureka, Humboldt county. 
El Dorado, El Dorado county. 
Elkville, San Joaquin county. 
Elk Grove, Sacramento county. 
Etna Mills, Siskiyou* county. 
Freeport, Sacramento county. 
French Camp, San JoaQuin county. 
Fisherman's Bay, Sonoma county. 
Firebaugh, Fresno county. 
Farmington, San Joaquin county. 
Ferry Point, Del Norte county. 
French Corral, Nevada county. 
French Gulch, Shasta county. 
Fiddletown, Amador county. 
Folsom, Sacramento county. 
Forbestown, Butte county. 
Forks of Salmon, Klamath county. 
Forest Hill, Placer county. 
Forest Home, Amador county. 
Forest City, Sierra county. 
Foster's Bar, Yuba county. 
Fourth Crossing, Calaveras county. 
Fair Play, El Dorado county. 
Franklin, El Dorado county. 
Fort Jones, Siskiyou county. 
Green Valley, El Dorado county. 



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Genesee, Plumas county. 
Gilroy, Santa Clara county. 
Grafton, Yolo county. 
Grand Island, Colusa county. 
Garrote, Tuolumne county. 
Grass Valley, Nevada county. 
Green Springs, Tuolumne county. 
Greenwood, El Dorado county. 
Georgetown, El Dorado county. 
Gibsonville, Sierra county. 
Grizzly Bear House, Placer county. 
Grizzly Flat, El Dorado county. 
Goodyear's Bar, Sierra county. 
Gold Run, Placer county. 
Greenville, Plumas county. 
Gualala, Mendocino county. 
Hoopa Valley, Klamath county. 
Happy Camp, Del Norte county. 
Havilah, Tulare county. 
Hermitage, Mendocino county. 
Healdsburg, Sonoma county. 
Hayward's, Alameda county. 
Half Moon Bay, San Mateo county. 
Hicksville, Sacramento county. 
Henly, Siskiyou county. 
Hoacut, Yuba county. 
Hopeton, Merced county, 
Hornitos, Mariposa connty. 
Horr's Ranch, Tuolumne county. 
Horsetown, Shasta county. 
Hydesville, Humboldt county. 
Hunter's Station, Placer county, 
lone City, Amador county. 
Iowa City, Placer county. 
Indian Diggings, El Dorado county. 
Indian Gulch, Mariposa county. 
Indian Springs, Nevada county. 
Independence, Inyo county. 
Inskip, Butte county. 
Jacinto, Colusa county. 
Jackson, Amador county. 
Jacksonville, Tuolumne county. 
Jamestown, Tuolumne county. 
Janesville, Lassen county. 
Jenny Lind, Calaveras county. 
Junction City, Trinity county. 
Kelsey's, El Dorado county. 
Kerrville, Tulare county. 
Knight's Ferry, San Joaquin county. 
Knoxville, Lake county. 
Loyal ton, Sierra county. 
Lake House, Sacramento county. 
Locust Shade, San Joaquin county. 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles county. 
Lincoln, Placer county. 
Lindon, San Joaquin county. 
Little Lake, Mendocino county. 
Lakeville, Sonoma county. 
Lexington, Santa Clara county. 
Lafayette, Contra Costa county. 
La Grange, Stanislaus county. 
La Porte, Sierra county. 
Latrobe, El Dorado county. 
Lakeport, Lake county. 
Longworth, Stanislaus county. . 
Lancha Plana, Amador county. 



Last Chance, Placer connty. 
Lewiston, Trinity connty. 
Lisbon, Placer county. 
Little York, Nevada county. 
Lower Lake, Napa county. 
Lynn's Valley, Tulare county. 
Liberty, San Joaquin county. 
Lockford, San Joaquin county. 
Longville, Plumas county. 
Los Gatos, Santa Clara county. 
Milford, Lassen county. 
Markleeville, Amador County. 
Monitor, Amado rcounty. 
Meadow Lake, Placer county. 
Meadow Valley, Plumas county. 
Martin's Ferry, Klamath county. 
Monte, Los Angeles county. 
Mendocino, Mendocino county. 
Milpitas, Santa Clara county. 
Mission San Jose, Santa Clara county. 
Magalia, Butte county. 
Main Prairie, Solano county. 
Mayfield, Santa Clara county. 
Monterey, Monterey county. 
Mountain View, Santa Clara county. 
Merced Falls, Merced county. 
Mienecke, Tuolumne county. 
Meridian, Sutter county. 
Mariposa, Mariposa county. 
Martinez, Contra Costa county. 
Marysville, Yuba county. 
Maxwell's Creek, Mariposa county. 
Michigan Bar, Sacramento county. 
Michigan Bluffs, Placer county. 
Milford, Plumas county. 
Miilerton, Fresno county. 
Mokelumne Hill, Calaveras county. 
Millville, Shasta county. 
Monticello, Napa county 
Montezuma, Tuolumne county. 
Moon's Ranch, Tehama county. 
Moore's Flat, Nevada county. 
Mormon Island, Sacramento county. 
Mount Bullion, Mariposa county. 
Mount Eden, Alameda county. 
Mount Ophir, Mariposa county. 
Mountain Ranch, Calaveras county. 
Mosquito, Calaveras county. 
Murphy's, Calaveras county. 
New Castle, Placer county. 
Natividad, Monterey county. 
Napa, Napa county. 
Nevada, Nevada county. 
New Potosi, Mariposa county. 
Newtown, El Dorado county. 
Newport, Solano county. 
Nicolaus, Sutter county. 
North Bloomfield, Nevada county. 
North Branch, Calaveras county. 
North San Juan, Nevada county. 
North Columbia, Nevada county. 
Oakland, Alameda county. 
Olema, Marin county. 
Omega, Nevada county. 
Onisbo, Sacramento county. 
Onion Valley, Plumas county. 



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Oroville, Butte county. 

Oro Fino, Siskiyou county. 

Orleans, Klamath county. 

Owensville, Mono county. 

Oregon House, Yuba county. 

Paulinsville, Yuba county. 

Pentz, Butte county. 

Petrolia, Humboldt county. 

Painsville, Merced county. 

Patties Ranch, Calaveras county. 

Pleasant Valley, El Dorado county. 

Pleasant Grove, Sutter county. 

Pine Creek, Butte county. 

Punta Arenas, Mendocino county. 

Petaluma, Sonoma county. 

Pacheco, Contra Costa county. 

Pescadero, Santa Cruz county. 

Prairie, Yolo county. 

Patterson, Nevada*county. 

Pilot Hill, El Doradfl county. 

Preston, Marin county. 

Princeton, Colusa county. 

Pine Grove, Amador county. 

Poland, San Joaquin county. 

Pope Valley, Napa county. 

Placerville, El Dorado county. 

Plum Valley, Sierra county. 

Quincy, Plumas county. 

Roseville, Placer county. 

Redwood City, San Mateo county. 

Rattlesnake, Placer county. 

Red Bluffs, Shasta county. 

Red Dog, Nevada county. 

Richland, Sacramento county. 

Rio Seco, Butte county. 

Rio Vista, Solano county. 

Rock Creek, Tehama county. 

Rockville, Solano county. 

Rough and Ready, Nevada county. 

Round Valley, Plumas county. 

Reynolds' Ferry, Calaveras county. 

Summit, Plumas county. • 

Shingle Springs, El Dorado county. 

Soldiers' Bridge, Lassen county. 

San Carlos, Tulare connty. 

Snugville, San Joaquin county. 

St. John, Colusa county. 

San Buenaventura, Santa Barbara county. 

Santa Ynes, Santa Barbara county. 

Smith's Ferry, Fresno county. 

San Bernardino, San Bernardino county. 

San Diego, San Diego county. 

San Francisco, San Francisco county. . 

San Gabriel, Los Angeles county. 

Sanal, Mendocino county. 

San Luis Obispo, San Louis Obispo co. 

San Luis Rey, San Diego county. 

Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara county. 

San Mateo, San Mateo county. 

San Rafael, Marin county. 

San Quentin, Marin county. 

Santa Rosa, Sonoma county. 

Sonoma, Sonoma county. 

Somerville, Contra Costa county. 

Stony Point, Sonoma county. 

Smith's Ranch, Sonoma county. 



Smithville, Placer county. 
San Leandro, Alameda county. 
San Lorenzo, Alameda county. 
San Pablo, Contra Costa county. 
Salinas, Monterey county. 
San Juan, Monterey county. 
San Jose, Santa Clara county. 
Santa Clara, Santa Clara county. 
Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz county. 
Searsville, San Mateo county. 
Soquel, Santa Cruz county. 
San Antonio, Monterey county. 
Sheldon, Sacramento county. 
Shingle Springs, El Dorado county. 
St. Helena, Napa county. 
St. Louis, Sierra county. 
Salmon Falls, El Dorado county. 
Sacramento, Sacramento county. 
Salsbury, Sacramento county. 
San Andreas, Calaveras county. 
Spanish Flat, El Dorado county. 
Spanish Ranch, Plumas county. 
Shasta, Shasta county. 
Strawberry Valley, Yuba county. 
Shaw's Flat, Tuolumne county. 
Sawyer's Bar, Klamath county. 
Saratoga, Santa Clara county. 
Sebastopol, Napa county. 
Secret Ravine, Placer county. 
Sweetland's, Nevada county. 
Seiad Valley, Siskiyou county. 
Smartsville, Yuba county. 
Sierra Valley, Sierra county. 
Silveyville, Solano county. 
Snelling's Ranch, Merced county. 
Springfield, Tuolumne county. 
Stockton, San Joaquin county. 
Sonora, Tuolumne county. 
Solano, Solano county. 
Slipperj Ford, El Dorado county. 
Scott's River, Si&kiyou county. 
Sugar Pine, Inyo county. 
Suisun City, Solano county. 
Sutter Creek, Amador county. 
Tahoe, El Dorado county. 
Trinidad, Klamath county. 
Tomales, Marin county. 
Table Rock, Sierra county. 
Taylorsville, Plumas county. 
Tule, Tulare county. 
Tehama, Tehama county. 
Telegraph City, Calaveras county. 

Timber Cove, county. 

Timbuctoo, Yuba county. 
Trinity, Trinity county. 
Trinity Centre, Trinity county. 
Thompson's Flat, Butte county. 
Todd's Valley, Placer county. 
Two Rocks, Sonoma county. 
Tuolumne City, Tuolumne county. 
Union, Merced county 
Ukiah, Mendocino county. 
Uncle Sam, Napa county. 
Upper Clear Lake, Napa county. 
Vacaville, Solano county. 
Vallecito, Calaveras county. 



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Vallejo, Solano county. 
Yisalia, Tulare county. 
Volcano, Amador county. 
Viola, Sacramento county. 
Waterloo, San Joaquin county. 
Washington, Nevada county. 
West Butte, Butte county. 
Wilmington, Los Angeles county. 
Windsor, Sonoma county. 
Woodside, San Mateo county. 
Walnut Grove, Sacramento county. 
Walnut Creek, Contra Costa county. 
Weaverville, Trinity county. 
Whisky Creek, Shasta county. 
Wheatland, Sutter county. 
Woodland, Yolo county. 
Woodbridge, San Joaquin county. 
Wyatt's Store, Mariposa county. 
Watsonville, Santa Cruz county. 
Yankee Hill, Butte county. 
Yankee Jim's, Placer county. 
Yreka, Siskiyou county. 
Yolo, Yolo county. 
Yuba City, Sutter county. 



Oregon. 



Albany, Linn county. 
Amity, Yamhill county. 
Applegate. Jackson county. 
Ashland Mills, Jackson county. 
Astoria, Clatsop county. 
Auburn, Baker county. 
Aurora Mills, Marion county. 
Baker City, Baker county. 
Bethel, Polk county. 
Belpassi, Marion county. 
Bloomington, Polk county. 
Bridgeport, Polk county. 
Brownsville, Linn county. 
Butteville, Marion county. 
Buena Vista^ pfl ** ** county. 
Chetco, Coose county. 

Canyon City, county. 

Clatsop, Clatsop county. 
Centerville, Washington county. 
Condit, Marion county. 
Corvallis, Benton county. 
Cottage Grove, Lane county. 
Dalles, Wasco county. 
Dallas, Polk county. 
Dayton, Yamhill county. 
Diamond Hill, Linn county. 
East Portland, Multnomah county. 
Express Ranch, Baker county. 
ElleDsburg, Curry county. 
Empire City, Coose county. 
Elkton, Umpqua county. 
Eola, Polk county. 
Etna, Polk county. 
Eugene City, Lane county. 
Forest Cove, Baker county. 
Franklin, Lane county. 



Freedom, Lane county. 
Forest Grove, Washington county. 
Gardiner, Douglas county. 
Grant's Pass, Jackson county. 
Galesville, Douglas county. 
Glad Tidings, Clackamas county. 
Grand Prairie, Lane county. 
Grand Ronde, Polk county. 
Harrisburg, Linn county. 
Hood River, Clackamas county. 
Hillsboro, Washington county. 
Independence, Polk county. 
John Day's City, Wasco county. 
Jefferson, Marion county. 
Jacksonville, Jackson county. 
Eellogg's, Umpqua county. 
Kirbyville, Josephine county. 
Lafayette, Yamhill county. 
Lancaster, Lane county. 
Lown Arbor, Polk county. 
Lebanon, Linn county. 
LeGraqd, Baker county. 
Leland, Jackson county. 
Long Tom, Lane county. 
Luckemute, Polk county. 
Mohawk, Lane county. 
Marshall, Umatilla county. 
Milwaukie, Clackamas county. 
McMinnville, Yamhill county. 
Monmouth, Polk county. 
Muddy, Yamhill county. 
Myrtle Creek, Douglass county. 
Newellsville, Marion county. 
Needy, Clackamas county. 
North Canonville, Douglass county. 
North Yamhill, Yamhill county. 
Oakland, Douglass county. 
Oregon City, Clackamas county. 
Osceola, Multnomah couuty. 
Portland, Multnomah county. 
Parkers ville, Marion county. 
Pine, Linn county. 
Peoria, Linn county. 
Phoenix, Jackson county. 
Pleasant Hill, Lane county. 
Port Orford, Curry county. 
Plum Valley, Polk county. 
Randolph, Coose county. 
Ranier, Columbia county. 
Rock Point, Jackson county. 
Rickreal, Polk county. 
Roseburg, Douglass county. 
Round Prairie, Douglass county. 
Summerville, Union county. 
Salem, Marion county. 
Sandy, Clackamas county. 
Salt Creek, Polk county. 
Scio, Linn county. 
Sheridan, Yamhill county. 
Scottsburg, Umpqua county. 
Silverton, Marion county. 
Slate Creek, Josephine county. 
Springville, Multnomah county. 
St. Louis, Marion county. 
St. Helen's, Columbia county. 
Starr's Point, Benton county. 



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Sublimity, Marion county. 
Suislau, Lane county. 

Tillamook, — — 

Union, Baker county. 
Umpqua City, Umpqua county. 
Umatilla, Umatilla county. 
W:\conda, Marion county. 
West Chichalem, Yamhill county. 

Westport, county. 

Willow Springs, Jackson county. 
Willamette Fork, Lane county. 
Willamette, Yamhill county. 
Waldo, Josephine county. 
Winchester, Douglas county. 
Yoncalla, Douglass county. 



Washington Territory. 

Ackada, Sawmish county. 
Baker's, Thurston county. 
Beaver, Thurston county. 
Boistfort, Lewis county. 
Bruceport, Ghehalis county. 

Cascades, county. 

Castle Rock, Lewis county. 

Cathlamet, Wankihum county. 

Chehalis Point, Chehalis county. 

Cedarville, Chehalis county. 

Claquato, Lewis county. 

Cowlitz, Lewis county. 

Coppie, Walla Walla county. 

Coveland, Island county. 

Coal Bank, Thurston county. 

Elma. 

Fisher's Landing, Clark county. 

Franklin, Pierce county. 

Freeport. 

Fort Colville, Walla Walla county. 

Fort Willopa, Chehalis county. 

Grand Mound, Thurston county. 

Eamilchie. 

Miami Prairie, Thurston county. 

Monticello. Cowlitz county. 

Montesano, Chehalis county. 

Mulkiteo 

New Dungeness, Clalam county. 

Oak Point, Thurston county. 

Oakland, Sawmish county. 

Olympia, Thurston county. 

Oysterville, Pacific county. 

Pekin. 

Pierce City. 

Port Angeles. 

Port Discovery, Clalam county. 

Port Ludlow, Clark county. 

Port Madison, Eitsop county. 

Port Orchard, Kitsop county. 

Port Townsend, Jefferson county. 

Rockland, Skamania county. 

San Juan, Whatcom county. 

Seabec, Eitsop county. 

Seattle, Eing county. 

Skokomish, Sawmish county. 

Steilacoom, Pierce county. 

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Teekalet, Chehalis county. 

Touchet, Walla Walla county. 

Turn Water. 

Union Ridge, Clark county. 

Vancouver, Clark county. 

Wallula. 

Washugal, Clark county. 

Whatcom, Whatcom county. 

Walla Walla, Whatcom county. 

Yelm, Thurston county. 



Nevada. 



Aurora, Esmerelda county. 

Austin. 

Belmont, Nye county. 

Carson City, Lyon county. 

Cary's Mills, Lyon county. 

Crystal Peak, Washoe county. 

Camp McDermitt. 

Dun Glen. 

Dayton. 

Empire City. 

Ellsworth, Nye county. 

Franktown. 

Genoa, Douglass county. 

Gold Hill. 

Humboldt. 

lone, Nye county. 

La Platte, Churchill county. 

Oceana, Humboldt county. 

Ophir. 

Pahranagat. 

Ruby Valley. 

St. Clair Station. 

Steptoe. 

Sheridan, Douglass county. 

Silver Peak. 

Stillwater Station. 

Silver City, Lyon county. 

Star City. 

Truckee Meadows. 

Unionville. 

Virginia City, Storey county. 

Washoe City. 

Wellington Station, Esmerelda county. 

Willow Point, Humboldt county. 

Winnemucca, Humboldt county. 



Idaho Territory* 

Bannock City. Boise City. Centerville. 
Elk City. Esmerelda. Florence City. 
Hell Gate. Idaho City. Lewiston. Pla- 
cerville. Ruby City. 



Montana Territory. 

Helena. Nevada. Virginia. Blackfoot. 
Deer Lodge. 

Arizona. 

Fort Goodwin. Fort Mohave. Fort 
Whipple. Hardyville. Prescott. La Paz. 
Tubec. Wickenburg. 



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Bet Between. 

Col Colored. 

Res Residence. 

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The street numbers on the Alphabetical streets commence at Front street — the even 
numbers on the south side. The numbers on Numerical streets commence at I, num- 
bering north and south — the even numbers on the west side. 



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Abeel, Wm. F., elk at G. W. Badger's, n e cr J and 4th st ; Mich. 
Abeel, Miss Aliee G., dress maker, 228 J st ; Mich. 

Abbott, A. B., harness mk, at 134 K st, res al N and O Front and 2d sts. 
Abbott, Martin, laborer CPER; res in al bet L and M and 4th and 5th 

sts; Ireland. 
Abrams, S., carpenter, res s w cr 18th and M sts ; Ohio. 
Ackerman, J. C, laborer CPRR; res nwcrD and 16th sts; NY. 
Acker Jacob, shoemaker at Kohler's 143 J st ; Germany. 
Adair James A., gunsmith at A. Flohr's, 6th st, bet J and K;NT. 
Adams Conrad, lager beer, 183 J st ; res 176 G ; Germany. 
Adams Wm., col, porter Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st; res e side 4th st 

bet N and O. 
Adams Charles W., carpenter OPERj res H, bet 6th and 7th sts. 
Adams 0. W., carpenter, OPERj res 128 8th st, north of I; N. H. 
Adams Wm., col, job wagon, Golden Eagle, 189 K St.; res cr N and 25th st. 
Adams Horace, machinist, forman Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 

2d ; res, n e cr K and 2d sts. 
Adams A. B., teaming; res, cr L and 21st sts. 
Adams Joseph, works at M. Meagher's, dairyman jswcrD and 18th sts; 

Massachusetts. 
Adams C. P., tinner at It. C. Terry, 130 J st> cr 5th. 
ADAMS, McNEIL & Co., wholesale grocers and provisions 95 Front st. 



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Adams Chas S., carpenter, CPER; res, s w cr I and 7th sts ; Me. 

Adams Thomas, boatman to Marysville ; bds at U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Adkins Wm., baker at Fountain Bakery, Front st, bet Kand L; Ireland. 

African M. E. Church, on 7th, bet G and H sts. 

Afleck Edward, res, Babcock's, 102 K st; Mo. 

AGATE WM., dry goods, No. 147 J st ; rm St. George bid, 4th st, bet J 

andK; N Y. 
Agenew T., sash mk, at Schindler's K st, bet 7th and 8th ; Australia. 
Agricultural Pavilion, cr M and 6th sts. 
Aguilla Emma, res w side 4th, bet N and O sts, cr al ; Penn. 
Ainsworth Wm., axle grease, No 52 8th st, bet J andK; res, same ; N Y. 
AITKEN & CO., marble Works, 131 K st. 

Aitken Andrew, Aitkin & Co.; res, 156 8th st, bet M and N ; Scotland. 
Aitken Geo., at Friend & Terry's lumber yard, 140 2d st; Mass. 
Aitken B., engineer at Pioneer Mills ; res, Washington, Yolo county. 
Abeam John, laborer; res, in al bet P and Q and 2d and 3d sts; N Y. 
Abertson Dr. J. A., office in Garwood's bid, J bet 5th and 6tb sts. 
Albrecht A., of Schroder, Fisher & Co., 117 K st; res, same. 
Albert Domingo, raises chickens ; res, cr Union and Sycamore sts. 
Aldinger Jacob, moulder, Union Foundry, 171 Front st ; Ohio. 
Aldecoa Antonio, barkeeper at Union Restaurant; No 20 L st, bet Front 

and 2d ; Mexico. 
Alebardo Juan, steamboatman, C S N Co; res, s side Q, bet 2d and 3d sts. 
ALEXANDER D. E., attorney at law, office 43 4th st ; res, D bet 8th and 

9th; Miss. 
Alexander John K., Moore & Alexander att'ys, office, Latham's bid; J st, 

bet 2d and 3d ; res, 88 M st ; Miss. 
Alexander B. F., carpenter shop, al, bet J and K, 3d and 4th ; res, D st, 

bet 8th and 9th ; Miss. 
ALEXANDER B., clothing store, 66 J st, cr 3d ; fes, Oak Avenue, bet 

5th and 6th ; Prussia. 
Alexander S., clothier, 214 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Alexander H., at Phoenix Mills, cr 13th and J streets; bds at Telegraph 

Hotel, 364 J st. 
Albert John, moulder, Sac Iron Works, I, bet Front and 2d sts. 
Allan Wm., foreman of Foundry Sac Iron Works, I bet Front and 2d sts; 

Scotland. 
Alleman Mrs. Sarah, widow, daughter of Mrs. Nancy C. Russell ; res, n 

side of N st, bet 9th and 10th ; N H. 
Allen John F., head operator Western Union Telegraph; office on 2d st, bet 

J and K ; res,same ; Canada. 
ALLEN ROBERT, proprietor Union Park Saloon, G, bet 20th and 24th 

sts; res, same. 
Allen B. F., at Sacramento Stables, 166 K st ; Ky. 
Allen David, teaming ; res, Fountain House, 298 J st ; Mo. 
Allen Mrs. Julia ; res 52 7th st, bet E and H ; Va. 
Allen Wm., Goss& Lambard; res, 230 3d st bet Q and R; Boston. 
Allen Wm., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Allen J. C, bds at What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Allen Newell, sign writer ; N" st, bet 13th and 14th ; Ohio. 
Allen David, elk in secy s office C P R R 58 K st ; res, 139 M st ; Mass. 
Allen W. C, bricklayer, State Capital ; bds 50 10th st, bet J and K; Tenn. 
Allen Wm. C, engineer C P R R ; res, 232 6th st, bet P and Q ; Penn. 
Allen Patrick, laborer C P R*R, bds 304 K st, bet 10th and 11th. 
Allen George, laborer, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 



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Alsip A. B., farm in Solano county; family 218 M st ; Ind. 

,Alsip B. K., son of A. B. Alsip, elk A. C. Sweetser, 47 4th st ; res, 218 

M st ; Ind. 
Allsop Thomas, teamster; bds Telegraph House, 364 J st ; Tenn. 
All well John, hostler Pioneer stables, 4th st, bet I and J; res, same; 111. 
Alvarado Antonio, res, Sycamore st, Slater's Addition. 
Alvord Henry, wine mk, Hopping's, cr B and 28th sts ; N Y. 
AMES HENRY, sash, door and blind factory, cr Q and Front sts ; res, 103 

J st ; Maine. 
Ames Mrs. H., millinery, 103 J st; res, same ; Maine. / 

Ames K. B.; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Ames EdwardS., L. Garsey & Co., 202 J st; res same. 
Ames Josiah, ship carpenter CSN Co.; family res, H st, bet 5th and 6th ; 

Maine. 
Amarine Martin, hog ranch, cr J and 25th sts; Switzerland. 
ANDERSON ROBERT, blacksmith and boiler maker, 123 Front st ; res, 

over same. 
Anderson Thomas T., carriage maker at Mason's, 3d st, bet I and J ; res, 

s w cr P and 2d sts ; Ohio. 
Anderson Geo. B. drayman for Holbrook, Merrill & co, 176 J st; res, 152 

L st ; Scotland. 
Anderson James E., cigars and fruit, 186 K st, bet 6th and 7th ; res same ; 

Kentucky. 
Anderson Robert, boatman, at 173 Front st. 
Anderson John, of Hunt & Co, M st, near Front ; res, 225; Frpnt st; 

Canada. 
Anderson J. S., laborer; bds City Hotel, 71 K st. 
Anderson Miss Alice, res, 3d st, bet L and M, cr al ; Australia. 
Anderson Thomas, laborer at N. L. Drew's, cr M and 2d sts ; Russia. 
Andeantarto E., laborer C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, I) and E sts, 
Andrews Chas., first steward Orleans Hotel, 2d, bet J and K sts. 
Andrews Miss M. P., res, 108 4th st, bet L and M. 
Andrews Asa B., carpenter; bds at Ebner Hotel, 18 K st. 
Andrews J. N., engraver Sehmeiser's, 73 J st ; res, e side 2d bet J and K. 
Andrews Mrs J. N., dress maker, 2d st, e side, bet J and K ; Ireland. 
Andres Henry, machinist at G. Schmeiser's, 73 J st ; Germany. 
Anear Edward, res al, bet L and M and 3d and 4th sts; England. 
Angele G., gunsmith, 121 K st; res same; N Y. 
Anglin John, C P R R ; res, E st, bet 10th and 11th ; Ireland. 
Ankener Jacob, Jr., butcher, at A. Ross, 15 7th st, bet H and I ; res, same. 
Anckele Adam, res 226, cor J and 8th sts. 
Anlet Harry, Pacific stables, 88 2d st, bet K and L. 
ANNIS THOMAS, coal and wood, 122 K st ; res, alley, bet K and L, 4th 

and 5th sts ; Maine. 
Annis Alexander G., 122 K st ; Maine. 
Anthony John A., C P R R, freight clerk ; res, 240 2d st, bet P and Q ; 

New York. 
ANTHONY JAMES, James Anthony & Co., Sacramento Union, 49 3d 

st ; res, cr 9th and H sts ; Penn. 
Anthony Chas. C, teamster; bds at St. Charles, 240 J st. 
Ansela E,, boot shop 40 K st; res, same; Germany. 
Applegate Charles, wagon maker, McKillip's, 7th st, bet K and L ; N Y. 
ARCADE RESTAURANT, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Armer H., elk Bremer & Co., 3 and 5 K st. 
Arrata Mrs. Mary, widow, res, 168 2d, bet N and O sts ; Italy. 



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Areata David, laborer ; res, in a!, bet L and M, 2d and 3d sts ; Italy. 

Arrata Serafino, at Astbury & Couch's wood yard, cr 2d and L sts ; Italy. 

Arralla Francisco, stevadore, res, al, N and 0, Front and 2d sts; Chili. 

Arralla Elias, boatman ; res, s e cr O and 3d sts ; Chili. 

Aren D., peddler; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Arenz Martin, res, s side K, bet 8th and 9th. 

Arco Yincente, longshoreman ; res, al, N and O, Front and 2d sts ; Chili. 

Arlet August, elk Fountain House, 298 J st; Australia. 

ARMSTRONG THOMAS, saddler, 356 J st, bet 12th and 13th ; res, same. 

Armstrong Wm., Phoenix stall, 76 K st; res, n side of H, bet 8th and 9th. 

Armstrong L., harness maker at Stall's, 172 £ st, bet 6th and 7th ; Ky. 

Armstrong L., plasterer ; bds at International Hotel, 90 K st. 

Armstrong Wm., col., laborer; res, 186 4th, bet N and O ; Conn. 

Armstrong Ohas., carpenter ; res, 246 M bet 8th and 9th ; N Y. 

Armstrong C, carpenter; bds Illinois Hunter's House, cr8th and Lst. 

Arnold Chas., laborer Tortell's s w cr 5th and K sts; Me. 

Arnold Jos., second miller, Phoenix mill, 386 J st; res, same; Germany. 

Arnold Jacob , 2d st market, cr N ; res, same ; Germany. 

Arrieta Jesus, family grocery, 162 2d st cr N ; Mexico. 

Arcega, Mrs. A., res, in al bet L and M, 4th and 5th sts ; Mexico. 

Arents Hiram B., elk ; rm over J. Carolan & Co., cr Front and J sts. 

Arents G., laborer C P R R works, bet E and D, 4th and 5th sts. 

Arrigan Miss B., bds at City Hotel 73 K st. 

Aronson Leon, of D. Harris & Co., 98 J st cr 4th ; res, same ; Germany. 

Aschen&ur Frank, teaming C P R R ; res, Half Way House, below city. 

Ash J., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 

Ash 0. J., laborer, Friend & Terry, 140 2d st ; res, cr N and 17th sts; Phil. 

Ash Simon, cr 7th and I sts, cooking at Mansion House ; res, e side 8th 

. st, bet Q and R ; Germany. • 
Ashcraft John S., painter; bds at Western Hotel, 43 and 45 K st; Ky. 
Astbury & Couch, wood yard, cr L and 2d sts. 
Astbury John, Astbury & Couch, cr L and 2d sts ; res, same ; Eng. 
Astbury E. H., at D. W. Clark's, 51 K st. 
Astbury Henry, res, n w cr 7th and L sts ; Ky. 
Atkins John, laborer Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Atherton H. M., at C P R R freight shed ; res, 107 7th st, bet L and M. 
Atkins F. E., truckman, bds cr 10th and K sts ; N Y. 
Atkins J. R., collector ; res, 85 3d st, bet K and L. 
Atkins Wm., baker ; res, 185 5th st, bet N and O ; Ireland. 
Atchison B., laborer ; bds International Hotel, 90 K st. 
Atchinson John, mechanic, C P R R car shop ; res, 50 3d st. 
ATLANTIC HOTEL, s e cr I and 12th sts. 
Auer Chas., barkeeper, Lafayette saloon, 78 K st; rm same bid. 
Augustin, F. W., laborer, Bowers' brick yard, bet 18th and 20th, S and Tsts. 
Ault W. H., res, 272 L st, bet 9th and 10th ; Ohio. 
Avery John, res, n w cr G and 10th sts. 
Avery Aviel, res, 56 L st, bet 2d and 3d. 

AYERY J. W., lumber merchant, n e cr 2d and M sts; res, 275 2d at; Me. 
Avery Franklin, res, 275 2d st, bet Q and R ; Me. 
Avery Ira, res, 275 2d st, bet Q and R ; Me. 
Avery Al., at lumber yard, n e cr M and 2d sts ; Me. 
Avery Mrs. Abiel, private lodging house, 56 L st, bet 2d and 3d ; Me. 
Ayon Antonio, hair dresser Phil. Kendel's, 47 K st; rms 128 3d st, cr M; 

Mexico. 
Ayers Mrs. Jane, widow ; res, 114 7th st, bet L and M. 



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Babbet Hiram, sash and blind maker, at Ames', Front and Q sts. 
Babbet Henry, buss driver, Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
Babcock John, private boarding over 102 K st, bet 4th and 5th ; Ohio. 
Babcock J. C, att'y at law, Garwood's bid, J st, bet 5th and 6th ; res, n 

w cr H and 20th sts jNY. 
Babson Seth, architect, office over 189 J st; bds at Mrs. Hedenberg's, G, 

bet 7 th and 8th sts. 
Bache Louis, blacksmith ; res, al, bet I and J, 2d and 3d sts ; Ohio. 
Bachle Jos., Mechanic saloon, 52 5th st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Bachraan Rudolph, carriage painter, Mason's, 3d st, bet I and J. 
Bachman, Lages & Co., groceries, 191 J st. 

Bachman C. F., of Bachman, Lages & Co.; rms 180 L st, bet 6th and 7th. 
BADGER GEO. W., auction and commission, n e cr J and 4th sts ; rm, 

102 J st ; Mass. 
Bagley W. H., at R. H. Withington's, Capitol soap factory, cr 13th and 

J sts ; Iowa. 
Bagn all Samuel, res, cr L and 24th sts; Eng. 
Bagnall Stephen, res, M and 2J, 25th and 26th sts ; Eng. 
Bagnall C, Sr., dairyman ; res, block bet 25th and 26th, M and N sts. 
Bagnall O, Jr.; res, block bet 25th and 26th, M and N sts. 
Bailey Chas., laborer, Sac Iron Works, 1st, bet Front and 2d. 
Bailey A. P., photographist, 244 J st ; res, n side E, bet 8th and 9th sts. 
Bailey Joseph, builder ; res, 142 O st, bet 8th and 9th ; Maine. 
Barcarcich Samuel, elk, cr 3d and J sts, with Marco Main a; res, same; 
Baker Thomas, book keeper, B. F. Hastings & Co., cr J and 2d sts. 
BAKER & HAMILTON, agricultural warehouse, Nos.9 to 15 J st. 
Baker L. L , Baker & Hamilton ; res, Brannan House, 12 J st; Boston. 
Baker Eli, elk, Zekind & Co., 85 J st; res, s side G st, bet 13th and 14th. 
Baker A. D., bds at What Cheer House, cr Front and K. 
Baker James, varnisher at Breuner's, 170 K st. * 

Baker Wm. D., elk D W Earl, 109 Front st. 
Baker Mrs. Roxana ; res, cr 5th and N sts ; Mass. 
Baker O. W.; res, n s C st, bet 19th and 20th. 

Baker Jacob, harness maker 150 J st ; res, H st bet 7th and 8th ; Mich. 
Baker John, baker at Washington bakery, 85 3d st, bet K and L; Poland. 
Baker & Everts, pro. 7th st Livery stable, bet K and L. 
Baker G. W/ (Baker & Everts); bds Capital Hotel, cr 7th and K sts. 
Baker John, C P R R ; bds What Cheer, cr K and Front sts ; Ohio. 
Baldwin Mrs. E., physician ; s w cr K and 8th sts ; Boston. 
Baldwin Daniel P., machinist ; res, s w cr K and 8th sts. 
BALDWIN S. S., pilot ; res, s e cr O and 13th sts ; N J. 
Baldwin J., laborer; res, N st, bet 1st and 2d. 
Baldwin Charles, elk at B. Dennery, 116 J st ; res, 147 L st. 
Ball Thomas, carpenter at Ames', cr Q and Front; bds at D. H. N orris', 

12th st, bet J and K ; Ohio. 
Ballou Thomas, drayman, Reed's, 99 Front st ; res, 8th st, bet L and M. 
Balthrope L. W.; bds City Hotel, 71 K st. 



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Bane Edward F., drayman ; res, 198 2d st ; Ohio. 

Banks Mrs. Caroline, col ; res, 49 M st ; Mich, formerly Mass. 

BANK EXCHANGE, saloon, n w cr 2d and K sts. 

Banner R.; clothing, 62 J st ; Prussia. 

Banner L.; res, 37 K st; Prussia. 

Bannister Thomas ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 

Bannister Wm., laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Bannon Patrick, lime dealer; 50 6th st, bet J and K. 

Bannon Hippolite ; at 50 6th st, bet J and E. 

Bannon Matthew, apprentice blacksmith, 7th bet K and L sts. 

Bannon Michael ; at 50 6th st, bet J and K. 

Banvard B. H., brick layer State Capitol; bds International, 92 K st. 

Barber M., (Keel & Barber); res, ssM, bet 7th and 8th sts; Ohio. 

Bardenwiper Albert, Empire market, 24 K st. 

Barkley John H., elk at Henry Merwin, 86 J st ;*res, n w cr H and 13th. 

Barmby Thomas, wagon maker, K st, bet 11th and 12th; Iowa. 

Barnes C. P., porter, Adams, McNeill & Co., 95 Front st; res 225 3d st, 

cr P. 
Barnes Charles C, salesman, Lyon & Son, 21 J st; res, same; N H. 
Barnes John, bar keeper, 173 Front st; 111. 
Barnes Jacob, cigars and tobacco, 284 J st ; res, same ; Eng. 
Barnes Charles, boots, shoes, etc., 276 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Barnes James ; bds Mechanic Exchange, 24 I st. 
Barnes James S.; res, s e cr F and 17th sts ; N T. 
Barnes Jacob, poultry and sacks, 229 J st ; res, same. 
Barnes Annie, over Adams, McNeill & Co., 95 Front st. 
Barnes John, teaming, CPEE round hse, bet 4th and 5th, D and E sts. 
Barney John, carpenter; res, F st, bet 6th and 7th ; N Y. 
Barney Mrs. S.; res, 149 L st, bet 5th and 6th ; Mo. 
Barney M.; res, n s L st, bet 21st and 22d. 
Barr & Terris, saddle tree makers, s e cr S and 7th sts. 
BARRETT Mrs. J. A.; millinery, 153 J st; res, same; Ky. 
Barrett W. C; res, 153 J st; Me. 

Barrett Wm.; res, What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts; Wis. 
BARRETT J OHN S., atty at law, office Masonic bldg, cr 6th and K sts ; 

res, 255 L st. 
Barrett Joseph, C P R R ; res, old levee, bet G and H, 6th and 7th 

sts; Ireland. 
Barrett T., farming, family res, G st, bet 8th and 9th ; Ohio. 
Baron Charles L., barber/rms 54 8th st, bet J and K. 
Barron James, Interpreter of languages and prof, Louisiana saloon, 2d 

st, bet K and L ; res, 46 L st, bet 2d and 3d sts ; Cal. 
Barrow Henry, barkeeper; res, cr 6th and H sts ; N Y. 
Barry Wm., S V R R; res, west side 8th st, bet Q and R; Dublin. 
Bartlett J. C, Powers & Co., 89 Front st; res, 8th st, bet Ot and H. 
Bates Christopher, truckman, C P R R depot ; res, 45 N st ; 111. 
Bates Frederick, laborer; N. L. Drew & Co., cr M and 2d sts ; Maine. 
Bartlett Frank, blacksmith, bds U. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Bartlett William, stoamboatman, bds U. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Bartels Wm., porter, Mebius & Co. f 13 and 15 K st. 
Barton David L., boarding house, 286 K st. 
Barth Daniel, watchman, City Hotel ; 111. 

Barton Patrick, laborer, at State Capitol ; res, M st, bet 5 and 6th. 
Bass Miss Frank, No. 16 2d st. 
Bassett Wm. ; res, 173 3d st, bet N and O ; 111. 



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Basler John, gunsmith, 207 J st. 

Batcher E , clerk, at n e cr 3d and M sts. 

BATCHER JOHN, grocery, n e cr 3d and M sts ; res, 71 M st ; Germany. 

Bauer J. J., grocery, No. 13 Front st ; res, same. 

Bauer Robert, teamster ; bds St. Louis House, 255 J st. 

Bauldhaase Jacob, driver City Brewery, n e cr 12th and Hsts; res, 

same; Germany. 
Bauquier Joseph, feed stable, 182 K st ; res, n e cr 11th and P sts. 
Bauquier Paryawl, son of Joseph Bauquier, 182 K st. 
Baum Samuel, barber, 59 K st; bds Clinton House, 119 3d st. 
Baumgartner Charles P., blacksmith, cr 7th and K sts ; res, 91 8th st, 

bet K and L ; Iowa. 
Baumberger Felix, machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet 1st and 2d ; bds 

Ebner, 18 K st; Swiss. 
Baumberger F., musician ; address Z wicker, 76 J st. 
Bawhn John, C P R R wharf, bds U. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 
BAYER TJ. & Co , grocer, 192 2d st, cr O ; res, 190 2d st ; Germany. 
Bayreuther Mrs. Emelia, saloon, 36 K st; res, same; Germany. 
Bayreuther Miss Clara, 36 K st. 
Beard J., CPRR depot. 

Beardslee Major J., farmer; res, cr 25th and B sts.. 
Beal Johnson, brickmason; res, 6th st, bet G and H; Mich. 
Beal S. H., clerk, Chevalier, 44 K st. 

Bealer Christopher, CPRR depot ; res, 45 N st ; Ireland. 
BE ALS H. S., photograph gallery, 111 J st ; res, n ecr F and 12th sts; Conn. 
Beatty Thomas, Telegraph saloon, 360 J st. 
Beatty R., clerk, M. S. Senter, 70 J st. 
Beam George, laborer; res, s w cr 16th and K sts. 
Beach C. C, bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Beck Charles, butcher, Hartman's, 114 K st. 
Beck John, laborer, C P R R round house, bet D E and 5th sts. 
Beck A. T., musician ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Beckett James, Breuner & Co., 170 K st; bds Capitol Hotel, 190 K st. 
Beckworth J. W., carpenter, bet 9th and 10, on N st ; NY. 
BEE BE J. J., compositor, Union office, 49 3d st; res, 52 7th st, bet G and H. 
Beebe Joseph, musician ; bds City Hotel, 73 Kst. 

Beeler George, CPRR freight shed ; res, 150 5th st, bet M and N ; Ohio. 
Behrtg Henry, laborer, CPRR; bds Mechanics' Exchange, 24 I st. 
Behn Alexander, tinner, Wilson's, 27 J st; Cal. 






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83) SACRAMENTO [B] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bell W N., capenter ; res, St. George building. 

Bell Charles, clerk, Geo. S. Wait, swcrK and 2d sts. 

Bell Dr. G. H., guilder; res, in alley, J and K 2d and 3d; England. 

BELL JOHN, family grocery, 9th and N sts ; res, same ; Germany. 

Bell John, col, porter, Union Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 

Bell Lewis, clerk, Van Heusen, 204 J st; res, n e cr 9th and L sts. 

Bell B. F., job carpenter; res, east side 10th st, bet I and J sts. 

Bell David, game dealer ; res, Water st, bet Oak and Ash. 

BELLMER JOHN & CO., groceries, 278 J st. 

Bellmer John ; res # , over 278 J st ; Germany. 

Bellows Joseph, painter, at Boardman's, near s w cr 5th and K sts. 

Beltran Rosa ; res, in alley, bet N and O, 2d and 3d sts ; California. 

Benbow D., painter, at Boardman's, 126 K st, bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

BELYIDERE HOTEL, west side 6th st, bet J and K sts. 

Benchley Mrs. Joseph; res, at A. Heyman's, 182 I st. 

Bender A. S., bds Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K sts. 

Bender D. A., cashier, C P R R Co.'s office, over 58 K st; res, south side 

G st, bet 12th and 13th sts ; Ind. 
Bender Charles T., Telegraph office, 2d st, bet J and K sts. 
Benhayon Jacob, at Chevalier's, 44 K st ; res, 102 J st. 
BENNET MISS MARY S., Restaurant, s w cr 4th and J sts ; N T. 
Bennet Geo. N., saddler at Cook's, 233 J st ; bds s w cr J and 4th st; 
Bennet John, horse shoer, 9 4th st, bet I and J ; res, 59 7th st, bet G and 

H ; Ireland. 
BENNETT A. A., architect, office 53 J st ; res, 17 8th st, bet H and I sts. 
Bennet Lawrence, C P R R engine house, cr D and 6th sts ; res, west side 

3d st, bet M and N sts. 
Bennett W. S., brickmason; bds City Hotel, 71 K st; Ala. 
Bennett Isaac, teamster over mountains, s e cr N and 12th sts. 
Bennett W. S., bricklayer; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Bennett Henry, shoemaker, Hillebrand's, 177 K st. 
Bennett W. W., laborer; res, D st, bet 7th and 8th sts; Wis. 
Bennett James, laborer; res, n w cr 9th and W sts; Canada. 
Benning A., carpenter ; shop 53 3d st ; Germany. 
Benninger Charles, musician ; res, 46 L st. 
Benns Charles, boot shop, 146 K st. 

Benson John M., machinist, Union foundry, 171 Front st ; res, 410 K st. 
Benteen T C, painter, C. H. Krebs, 188 J st; rm 209 Lst; Va. 
Bentley Mrs. Ellen, widow; res, alley, bet G and H and 11th and 12th sts. 
Beodweli Steif, moulder ; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 
Berchtold Anton, lager beer saloon, 272 J st. 
Berger Charles J., address, Zwicker's, 76 J st. 
Berger Mrs. Mary S. ; west side W st, bet 8th and 9th sts. 
Berger Frank, machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st ; res, L st, bet 6th and 7th. 
Berger Fritz, machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet lst and 2d ; rms 181 

L st. 
Bergmann August, lager beer, 147 Front st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Bergmann A., pickle factory, 212 L st; res, 110 8th st, bet L and M sts. 
Bernard J. L., plasterer; res, 115 alley, bet L and M 4th and 5th sts; Mo. 
Bernard H. M., carriage and wagon manufacturer, 162 L st, cr 6th. 
Berries Eugene, cook, Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st, cr 7th. 
Berry Joseph, laborer, C P R R ; bds cr 7th and F sts ; Ohio. 
Berry James, laborer, C P R R Oo.'s shop, bet D and E 4th and 5th sts. 
Berry W. C, barber ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Berry Samuel, teaming C P R R Works, bet D and E, 4th and 5th sts. 



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SACRAMENTO [B] CITY DIRECTORY. 83 

Berry Joseph, CPER Co.'s shop, cr D and 6th sts ; bds Western Hotel, 
43 K st. 

Berwin Simon, tailor, 48 J st ; res, same ; Prussia. 

Best Eichard ; res, alley bet 3d and 4th, M and N sts ; Ireland. 

Betts Joseph, cigar maker, 207 J st ; res, same. 

Biagran Manuella, modista ; res, alley bet N and 0, 1st and 2d sts ; Chili. 

Bibbens Benj., Branch saloon, 119 K st; res, alley bet L and M, 5th and 
6th sts. 

Biderman J. W., day wstchman, OPRE depot; rm Lady Adams* build- 
ing, 15 K st. 

Bidwell Stephen, moulder, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. 

BID WELL A. C, coal and wood dealer, L st, bet 5th and 6th sts. 

Biebrich Mrs. Margret ; res, north side M st, bet 4th and 5th sts. 

JSien Louis, Hamburger & Co., 91 J st, dry goods. 

Bierman J., P R B; res, 248 2d st. 

Biggan Thomas, boatman ; res, 173 Front st. 

Biggs Marion, Assemblyman ; res, 11th st, bet F and G sts. 

Biggs Robert, teamster ; res, O st, 1st door above alley, bet Front and 
2d sts. 

Bigler Hon. John ; res, cr 7th and alley, bet H and I sts. 

Bilder Joseph, painter, south side K st, bet 4th and 5th ; res,4th st, bet 
K and L sts. 

Billard Mrs. K. ; bds Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 

Billet James, gardener ; res, north side Q st, bet 6th and 7th sts. 

Billet Richard W.; bds 336 H st, bet 11th and 12th sts ; N Y. 

Billings E. P., machinist, Union Iron Works; res, 257 4th st; Conn. 

BILLINGS E. L., liquor merchant, 105 K st ; Canada. 

BINGAY J. N., reporter, Bee; res, s e cr O and 8th sts. 

Bingham George, laborer, State Capitol; res, N near 8th st; Penn. 

Binder Fritz, brewer, Ohio brewery; res, same; Germany. 

Binninger Louis, Empire Hotel 151 Front st ; first brick built in city. 

Birmingham Thomas, boatmam ; bds TJ. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Bishop Wm. R., hostler, Wilson, 103 K st; Ireland. 

Birdsall S. 0., Ireland's broom factory, 56 K st; bds City Hotel 73 K st. 

BISHOP A. B., compositor, Union office, 49 3d st ; res, south side D st, 
bet 9th and 10th sts. 

Bitzer John, saws wood; res, cr G and old levee; Germany. 

BLACK, A & J. ; Fountain bakery, Front st, bet K and L. 

Black Andrew; res, Fountain bakery, Front st, bet K and L ; N. Y. 



AJBLACK. JOHN BLACK. 

A. & J. BLACK, 

MUNV AIN BAKEBX 

Front Street, Between 1£ and Hi, 



Pilot Bread, Soda Crackers, Butter Grackers, Sugar Crackers, 

Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Snaps, and all kinds of Cakes, at 

WHOLESALE AND EETAIL, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. 



84 SACRAMENTO [ B ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Black John, (A & J Black) ; res, 145 at, bet 5th and 6th ; U. T. 
BITHELL JAMES, books and stationery, 104 J st ; res, s e cr O and 

15th sts; N. Y. 
Black S., carpenter; bds International Hotel, 90 K st. 
BLACKLEACH DANIEL W. ; millinery, 155 J st ; res, same ; N. Y. 
Blackburn William, machinist, CPBB; res, alley bet G and H, 6th and 

7th fits ; England. 
Blackford P., laborer, C P B E Co.'s round house, bet D and E, 4th and 

5th sts. 
Blackford John ; res, 297 K st. 

Blackway Charles, tinner, Swinerton's, 193 J st ; res, 410 H st. 
Blakeslee Cary M., clerk, Pettit & Cook, 289 K st. 
Blake Charles A., telegraph operator, 47 2d st. 

Blakeney T. J., U. S. Assessor, 4th district, office St. George building. 
Blair Samuel, machinist, Baker & Hamilton, 9 to 15 J st; res, 116 4th st. 
Blanc Frank, clerk, A. Dennery & Co. 75 J st ; res, 145 8d st, bet M and N. 
BLESSING E. G., wagon and blacksmith shop ; nocrJ and 11th sts ; bds 

at Mrs. Stephenson's, 10th st, bet H and I; Kentucky. 
Blaisdell E. E. ; bds Capitol Hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th. 
Blaisdell W. B., Theatre Coriiique, cr L and 5th sts ; bds Capitol Hotel, 

190 E st, cr 7th. 
Bliss J., stone cutter, C P R B; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 
Bine George, carriage painter ; res, old Fort, K st, cr 28th ; N. Y. 
Blue D. (col.) ; res, 257 F st, cr 9th. 

Bluit Jeremiah, (col.); general jobber ; res, alley bet N, O, 4th and 5th sts. 
Blohm C. C-, teacher Sacramento College, 234 M st ; res, same; Germany. 



J.BITHELI., 

IIPOBTU or IYM IIISCBimtN OF 



STATIONERY, 

No. 104 J STREET, 

Between 4th & 5tb, 
SACRAMENTO. 



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Bloom Frederick, at St. Louis Hotel, 255 J st. 

Blum E. ; poultry and eggs, 38 K st; res, necr 5th and Q sts; France. 

Boardman J. M.; paintshop, 126 Kst: res, 167 H st; Boston. 

Board man Isaac S., teamster ; bds St. Louis Hotel, 255 J st. 

Bodager Christian, boatman ; 173 Front st. 

Bodell L. F., bricklayer, State Capitol ; bds Fountain House, 298 J st. 

Boehme & Lawson, roofers, 110 K st. 

Bohm John A., clerk, Kohn & Bros., 9 K st; res, 118 4th st, bet L and M. 

Boehme George ; res, 11th st, bet G and H; France. 

Boetther Charles, machinist at Schmeiser's, 73 J st; res, K st, bet 8th 
and 9th sts. 

Boggs W. A. ; res, 51 12th st, bet G and H ; 111. 

BOHL & HEDEICK; groceries and grain, 289 J st, cr 10th. 

Bohl Peter, (Bohl & Hedrick, 289 J st ;) res, N st, bet 8th and 9th ; Ohio. 

Bohlken Martin, clerk for Geo. Heinrich, cr 3d and L sts; Germany. 

Bolcey John, moulder, Union Iron Works ; res, near 2d and O sts. 

Bollenbecher J. O., res, 10th st, bet H and I. 

Booker Louis, col, saws wood ; res, 18 L, Front and 2d ; Ky. 

Boone W. D.; res, 83 N st ; Ky. 

BOOTH & CO., importers and wholesale g&cers, 43, 45,47, Front street. 
This is the oldest firm in the city ; first established in the Spring of 
1850 under the style of" Forshee, Booth & Co.," composed of John 
Forshee, L. A. Booth and Job Dye. The two latter gentlemen retired 
in the Spring of 1851. About the same period Charles Smith and 
Newton Booth established business under the name of Smith & 
Booth. After the fire of '52 L. A. Booth became a member of the 
firm, which was then known as Booth & Co. Kleinhans & Co. estab- 
lished in 1852 ; Theodore P. and D. N. Kleinhans partners. The lat- 
ter firm united with the house of Booth & Co. in 1856, L. A. Booth, 
C. T. Wheeler and the Kleinhans' constituting the firm, under the 
name of Booth & Co. The Kleinhans retired and Newton Booth 
again entered the firm in 1860. L. A. Booth retired from the firm in 
1862 and J. T. Glover became a member. The business relation of 
this firm extends not only through the northern and eastern coun- 
ties of the State but also through the entire State of Nevada. 

Booth Newton, (house Booth & Co.;) res, 47 Front st. 

Booth George, col, drives Express wagon ; res, 145 6th st bet M and N. 

Booth Alexander, boatman ; bds tJ. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Bond Samuel, barber ; bds Clinton House, 119 3d st. 

Bond David, printer, State Prin. Office, .Read's Block, 3d st, bet I and J. 

BORCHES & SCHWARTZ, pro. City Brewery, n e cr 12th and H st. 

Borchcs ffm., (Borches & Schwartz); res H st, bet 13th and 14th; Ger- 
many. 

Bories Joseph, Louisiana Restaurant, 164 K st ; Germany. 

Borman Chas., at Apollo Saloon, s w cor K and 4th st; Prussia. 

Bosler Wm., pro. New York Bakery, 26 N st, bet Front and 2d; Germany. 

BOSTON DRUG STORE, 63 J st, cor 3d. 

Boston Market, cr L and 2d st. 

Bostwick B. R.; res, 241 I st, bet 8 and 9th ; Yt. 

Bostwick Mrs. E. R.; private school 234 M st ; res, 241 I. 

Boulin James G., brick mason; res, 201 5th, bet O and R; Ky. 

Bourne Mrs. Mary, widow ; res, 12th st, bet D and E. 

Bouterios Angel, butcher at Golden Gate market, cr 7th and N ; res, 120 
in alley bet L and M, 4th' and 5th sts ; S. A. 

Bowlun Alexander, tinner; bds U. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 



86 SACRAMENTO [ B ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bowden John, saloon, 5 J st ; England. 

Bowden R.; res, alley bet 3d and 4th, L and M st. 

Bowers Elias, brickmaker ; res, south 6ide K st, bet 14th and 15th. 

BOWIE & CATLIN, attorneys-at-law; office over 102 J st. 

Bowie G. W., (Bowie & Catlin); bds Golden Eagle cr 7th and K. 

Bo wen Edward, carpenter; rms 56 L st. 

Bowling Sam. F., salesman at Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st. 

BOWMAN H.; drug store, 262 J St.; res, cr P and 6th st. 

Bowman Fred., laborer CPRR works bet E and D, 4th and 5th sts. 

Bowman Samuel, Pacific Stables, 88 2d st, bet K and L. 

Boice Nathaniel, deputy Sheriff; res, 410 H, between 13th and 14th; N. J. 

Boyd Thomas, confectionery, 121 J st. 

Boyd Geo. T., tinner at ft. C. Terry & Co.; 130 J or 5th. 

Boyer Edward, carpenter ; rms at Mrs. Avery's, 54 L st. 

Boyer Jos., at Avery's lumber yard, n e cr 2d and M ; Iowa. 

Boy Ian P. M., Sac. Gas Works; res, Slater's add, B. I. 

Boyle Edward F.; res, 172 2d st, bet N and sts. 

Boyle Bartholomew, blacksmith at P B B shop ; res, E bet 17th and 

18th sts. 
Boyle Wm., teaming for CPKE works, bet E and D and 4th and 6th. 
Boyle Miss Delia ; res, 178 M bet 3d and 4th sts. 
Boyle P. T., laborer, K st, bet 12th and 13th ; Ireland. 
Boyle Edward, laborer, CPfiE round house, 4th and 5th, D and E. 
Boyler Mart., 3d steward International Hotel, 92 K st. 
Boyne Wm., marble worker, Aitken k Co., 131 K st; Canada. 
Bradfield U. H., peddles vegetables; res, 15th st, bet G and H; Ohio. 
Bradford Mrs. J. R., widow ; res, 291 I, bet 10th and llth sts. 
Bradt Jos., drayman W. F. Frazier, s e cr 5th and L sts ; N Y. 
Brady Barney, laborer at C P B R round house, bet D and E, 4th and 5th. 
Brady Charles ; res, 219 7th st, bet O and P. 
Brady James, boatman ; Wigwam, 105 Front st ; Ireland. 
Bragg A. L., clerk at Bragg & Hedenberg, 235 J st ; res, s w cr 7th and 

G; Me. 
BRAGG H. W., of Hedenberg & Co., 235 J st; res, 60 7th cr G st. 
Braitanbuhar C, barkeeper; Golden Eagle, cr K and 7th. 
Brainard Wm. H., carrier Bee; res, cr 18th and P sts; N Y. 
Brandley Martin, laborer atC P RR works, bet Dand E, 4th and 5th sts. 
Brannan M., laborer; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts* 
Brannan Andy; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
BRANNAN HOUSE, No. 12 J st. 

Brannan John, col, boot blk, Sacramento Baths, K st, bet Front and 2d. 
Brannan Pat, deck hand Chrysopolis; res 150 3d bet M and N, up stairs. 
Brannan J., carpenter, shop 5th st, cr alley, J and K ; Ohio. 
Brannan John, blacksmith, CPRR shop, cr D and Sixth ; res, alley bet 

D and E, 6th and 7th sts. 
Brarer Albert, saddletree maker; res, n e cr 8th and T; N Y. 
Brearty Michael, brick maker; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Breeden John ; bds Fountain House, 298 J st ; Mo. 
Brockenridge R. G.; runs threshing machine ; res, 48 Q st; Ky. 
Breen Henry, waiter S F steamer ; address 73 K st. 
Breen Joseph, bar keeper, City Hotel saloon, 73 K. st. 
Breen Patrick, bar keeper, City Hotel saloon, 73 K st. 
BREEN RICHARD, pro. City Hotel saloon, 73 K st. 
Brenan J., machinist, Sac Iron Works, 1 st, bet Front and 2d. 
Brend Henry, laborer, CPRR works bet D and E, 4th and 6th sts. 



SACRAMENTO [33] CITY DIRECTORY. 87 

BREMER & BRO., cigar and tobacco dealers, Nos 3 and 5 K st. 
Bremer Joseph, (Bremer & Bro); 3 and 5 K st ; res, San Francisco. 
Brentner George W., delivery elk C S N Co; res, Empire House, 22 K st. 
Breiling Frank, butcher, Railroad market, cr O and 2d sts ; res, do ; Ger- 
many. 
Brendel John, Lambard mills, I st, bet Front and 2d ; res, 163 H st, cr 6th. 
Breslin John, stone mason, State Capitol; res, 243 M st; Ireland. 
BREUNER JOHN & CO., furniture, 170 K st. 
Breuner John (Breuner & Co); 170 K st; res, 172 L. 
Breuner D (J Breuner & Co); 170 R st ; res, same ; Germany. 
BREWER ANTONE, saloon and grocery, 173 Front st; res, same; St. 

Louis. 
Brier George, (Brier & Webber); n o cr 12th and L sts. 
Brifed W., at Frank & Pearl, 54 3d st. 
Brinkler D., cabinet maker, at Breuner & Co; 170 Kst; bds Capital 

Hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th. 
Briggs Mrs. A. M ; res, n w cr D and 11th sts ; Canada. 
Briggs Henry S; res, with mother cr D and 11th sts ; Canada. 
Briggs J. L., brickmason ; res, O bet 5th and 6th sts. 
Briggs Wm ; bds Capital Hotel, 190 K st. 
BRIGGS ALFRED, U S Internal Revenue Collector, 4th District Cal ; 

office, St. George bldg, 4th st, bet J and K ; res, in country. 
Briones Juan, boatman ; res, in alley, N and O, Front and 2d; Chili. 
Brigmore B., moulder ; bds Mechanics Exchange, 24 I st. 
Brittinghara Wm. T., laborer; res, cr 10th and C sts; 111. 
Broadis Mrs.M., s e cr K and 13th sts. 
Brockway Chancey P, bar keeper, saloon cr K and 10th sts ; res, same ; 

New York. 
Brock Michael, water tender stmr Lark ; res, P bet Front and 2d sts. 
Brockman August, pianist; res, over Sac saloon, 2d st bet K and L. 
Brook Abram, carpenter ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Brooks David, engineer at Hunt & Co ; M, bet Front and 2d sts. 
Brooks John H, locomotive engineer S V R R; bds Ebner Hotel, 18 K 

st; Vermont. 
Brooks George G, blacksmith, at E Gunn, 5 Front st ; Me. 
Brooks Wm. T, wheelwright, at E G Blessing's, cr J and llth sts; res, 

178 5th st, bet N and O ; DC. 
Brooks Capt. N. W, watchman S Y R R depot; res, E bet 6th and 7th. 
Bromley Seth ; address, 173 Front st. 



W. H. BREMER, V JOSEPH BREMER, 

Sacramento 



V JOSEPH BREMER, ) 

' \ 112 Front Street, \ 

mo - i S?ji Francisco. > 

BREMER & BRO. 



IMPOBTEKS AND DEALEBS IS 



CIGAES, TOBACCO, PLAYING CARDS, PIPES, 

Etc., Etc. 
K STREET, NEAR THE CORNER OF FRONT. 

City and Country Orders Solicited and promply attended to. 



88 SACRAMENTO [B] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bromley Wm ; res, 237 2d st, bet P and Q. 

Bronner George F., delivery elk Wells, Fargo & Co, 2d st bet J and K ; 

res, 123 3d st, bet L and M. 
Brophy John, hod carrier; res, 84 in alley, L, M, 3d and 4th ; Ohio. 
Brooklyn Hotel, 85 Front st. 
BROWN R. T. & Co, clothing store, n w cr 4th and J bts ; rms over 

Mills' Bank. 
BROWN W. B. O, County Clk elect ; res, 233 2d st, bet P and Q. 
Brown W. E ; res, s e cr 3d and Q sts. 

Brown J. S., atty at law ; office Klays' bldg, 4th st, bet J and K. 
Brown Daniel, blacksmith shop, 278 K st ; res, near shop ; N J. 
Brown John, fruit stand, s w cr 3d and J sts; Austria. 
Brown Miss Ellen, col ; res, 47 L st. 

Brown Wm. K, teaming over mountains; family res, 388 I st; B. Col. 
BROWN JOHN Q., Supt Gas Works ; res, 213 H st, bet 7tb and 8th ; Ky. 
Brown Charles, musician ; address, Zwicker's, 76 J st. 
Brown James, saloon keeper ; res, 10th st, bet R ana l . 
Brown A., laborer; res, cr M and 28th sts. 
Brown J., cook ; res, alley bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 
Brown Mrs. D ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, L and M sts. 
Brown Elias, waters sts ; res, Capital Hotel, 190 K st. 
Brown John, laborer; res, Q st, bet 11th and 12th ; Ireland. 
Brown John, baker, Fountain Bakery, 83 Front st. 
Brown John, bar keeper D S Bakery, 223 K st, cr 8th. 
Brown & Anckeie ; union Restaurant, 226 J st, cr 8th. 
Brown Henry; cook Fountain House, 298 J st ; Germany. 
Brown Mrs. Bridget; saloon, 73 2d st. 

Brown D., laborer; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Brown Robert, ship carpenter C S N Co ; rms 82 3d, K and L ; Switz. 
Brown Daniel; mill wright at Pioneer Mills; res, above Gas Works, 

Slater's add; Ohio. 
Brown Isom, col; res, n side F, 11th and 12th; Ga. 
Brown C C ; rooms St George bldg ; N Y. 
Brown Theodore, engineer at Astbury & Couch, cr L and 2d ; res, 131 O 

cr 5th ; Mich. 
Brown John H, cook ; res, 113 alley, L, M, 4th and 5th. 
Brown John, laborer C P R R works, bet t> and E, 4th and 5th sts. 
Brown George, laborer C P R R works, D, E, 4th and 6th. 
Brown Jos., blacksmith at H Bernard's, cr 6th and L sts 5 Germany. 
Brown James, machinist C P R R shop ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Brown J. S., brick mason at State Capitol ; res, 7th bet L and M, e s; N Y. 
Brown T. W., bar keeper; res, 137 3d, M and N ; Germany. 
Brown Cornelius; in N Y; family res, 120 N, 4th and 5th sts; Ya. 
Brown W. D ; baker at Fountain bakery, 83 Front st; bds at Western 

Hotel, 43 K st. 
Brown John, steamboatman ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Brown Charles, laborer at City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Brown John, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Brown William ; Union Restaurant, 226 J st. 

Brissilis Jack, laborer ; bds 43, in alley, L and M, 2d and 3d ; Italy. 
Brownell Duane, at Railroad market, n e cr 2d and sts ; Mich. 
BRUCE GEORGE C; National saloon, 306 J st ; res, same; Mich. 
Bruns George ; res, 79 7th st, bet E and ,F. 
BrumettH., teamster; bds Petree's, 388 J st; Mo. 
Bryan R. J. F., porter and cider, 139 K st. 



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SACBAMENTO [ B ] CITT DIRECTORY. 89 

Bryan John E., (Bryant & Showier), Phoenix stall, 76 K st ; res, n e cr 

3d and K sts. 
Bryan B. B., harness maker at Stone & Co.'s, 150 J st ; res, 155 K*. 
Bryan James, col, general work ; rms, 87 3d st, bet K and L. 
Bryant E. G., works at Pioneer mills, Front st; Me. 
Buckner Frank; bds Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K, cr 7th st. 
Buckley P. J., tailor, 169 K st, bet 6th and 7th; res, same; Germany. 
Buckley John, stone mason, CPRE; bds Mechanic's Exch&nge, 24 I st. 
Buckhout A. H., brick mason ; res, 150 7th st, bet N and O ; NY. 
Budd Henry, fish dealer ; res, over 5 Front st, bet I and J. 
Buckner Miss L. C; res, 11th st, bet K and L. 
Builder Jos., painter; res, M st, bet 3d and 4th; Eng. 
Buhle Gustave, bar keeper; saloon 151 K st. 

Bulce John, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st; res, 147 2d st; N T. 
Bulger Mrs. A., private lodging, 116 3d st, bet L and M. 
Bulens Louis, at Roseville ; family res, 104 L st, bet 4th and 5th ; France. 
Bullard E., col, express wagon; bds 112 5th st, bet L*nd M; Tenn. 
Bullard Benj., Sr.; res, 198 2d st; Yt. 
Bullard Wm.; res, 198 2d st ; Vt. 
Bullard Adrian, drayman ; res, 198 2d st; Vt. 
Bullard Benj.; res, 198 2d st; Vt. 

Bullard Vardman, col, saws wood; res, s s F st, bet 14th and 15th. 
Bullard Emanuel, col, porter at H. C. Kirk's, 114 J st. 
Burbank P. D., farmer; res, n s L st, bet 9th and 10th; N H. 
Burchard James, CPRR; bds Western, 43 K st. 
Burdick Mrs. W. L., private boarding house, 148 2d st, bet M and N. 
Burgess Frank, shoe maker at Steudeman's, 159 J st. 
BURKE & HATCH, grocery, 192 J st. 

Burke Seth W\, (Burke & Hatch); res, 257 D st, cr 9th ; N Y. 
Burke Thomas, hod carrier; res, cr D and 13th; Ireland. 
Burke Michael, express wagon ; res, cr 13th and D st ; Va. 
Burke Michael, stone cutter State Capitol ; res, alley bet 7th and 8th, L 

and M sts. 
Burke F. T., C P R B depot ; res, n e cr Q and 8th sts ; N Y. 
Burke Miss Maria F., dressmaker; res, s w cr I and 7th. 
Burke T. F., laborer; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st; Mass. 
Burke Mrs. D. J.; res, 125 4th st, bet L and M. 
Burke Mrs. Hannah, pro. L St House, No 77 L st, bet 3d and 4th. 
Burke W. W., carpenter; res, Lst, bet 10 and 11th; Ohio. 
Burke Edward, drayman, J. T. Mier, 83 K st ; res, same, 
Burke L. A., firm Kosminsky & Co., 69 K st ; res, s s N st, bet 2d and 3d. 
Burke Patrick, laborer; CPRR round hse ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Burke Frank, blacksmith; bds XJ S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Burke Jeremiah, laborer; bds XJ S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Burnham W. C, carpenter; bds City Hotel, 71 K st ; Maine. 
Burnham Henry, at Friend & Terry's, 140 2d st; res, 144 2d st; Mo. 
Burns A. W., pro. City Market, 18 J st. 

Burns J. A., M. D.; Water Cure, n w cr 6th and L sts ; res, same ; Eng. 
Burns T. W., bar keeper at Bank Exchange, cr 2d and K. sts. 
Burns Charles ; CPRR; res, cr Front and P sts. 
Burns Mrs. Myra, lodging house, 60 5th st, bet J and K. 
Burns John, Sac Iron W orks, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Burr Henry S., laborer, No 5 Front st; Conn. 
Burr E. A., elk at Millikin & Bro., 175 J st ; res, 279 O st, bet 9th and 

10th; Conn. 

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90 SACRAMENTO [ B ] CITT DIRECTORY. 

Burr Charles, moulder, Sac Iron Works ; bds Bbner Hotel, 18 K st. 

Burnett P. W., carpenter ; res, n s P st, bet 7th and 8th ; Mass. 

Burnett John, boatman ; res, al, N and O, 3d and 4th sts. 

Burnett H. A., carpenter; res, nwcr 8th and P; Mass. 

Burnett Kobert, laborer; res, n s O st, bet 2d and 3d ; Ireland. 

Bush T., laborer; bds International Hotel, 92 K st. 

Bush Frederick, boatman ; 173 Front st ; Prussia. 

Bush A. M., overseer CPRR works, bet D and E, 4th and 5th sts. 

Busworth P., harness maker at Iser's, 149 K st ; Ireland. 

Butler Stephen W., drayman ; res, 238 7th st, bet P and Qj NY. 

Butler Mrs. Elizabeth ; res, nwcrl 2th and L sts. 

Butterfield Rufus, carpenter; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 

Burton W. M., blacksmith at Hopkins' shop s e cr H and 10th; bds at 

Mineral Point, 173 J st. 
Burton Erastus, bar keeper, R Ex, cr K and 3d sts ; res, 149 M Y. N; 
Button E. H., watchmaker at J Davis', cr alley and 4th st, bet J and K; 

rms over Post Office. 
Butts L M., carriage trimmer at Mason's, 3d st, bet I and J ; rm rear shop. 
Butts Wm., brick layer; bds International, 92 K st. 
Byers Robert ; res, n s N bet 8th and 9th ; Penn. 
Byrnes John, bailiff Supreme Cpurt ; res, 53 O st, bet 2d and 3d. 
Byrne Wm., in Nevada ; family res, 148 5th st, bet M and N ; La. 
Byrne Anthony, boiler maker ; res, 148 5th st. 
Byrne Thomas, laborer; res, 8th st, bet O and P; Ireland. 
Byrne Charles, carpenter; shop, alley, bet M and N, 5th and 6th sts; 

res, same. 
Byrne John, laborer, CPRR; bds Mineral Point, 173 J st. 
Byrnes Miss Katie, teacher Lincoln school house ; res, 144 3d st. 
Byrnes Mrs. Margaret, widow ; res, 114 3d st bet L and M. 
Byrne John, bricklayer; res, 199 Front st, bet and P ; Ireland. 
Byrne James, painter ; res, w s 6th st, bet Q and R ; Ireland. 
Byrnes John, teaming CPRR works, D and E, 4th and 6th sts. 
Byrnes John, brick maker; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 



o 

Cabe Leon, barber at Leloy's, 56 J st. 

Cadogan John J., grocery, 43 7th st; res, n side P, bet 7th and 8th; 

Ireland. 
CADWALADER GEO., attorney-at-law, office 7 and 8 Hiller & Andrews' 

bid, cr 3d and J sts; res, 208 N st, bet 7th and 8th ; Ohio. 
Cadwalader Edward, notary public, office 7|and 8 Hiller & Andrews' bid, 

cr 3d and J st ; res, 208 N st, bet 7th and 8th. 
Cadogan Thos., elk 43 7th st; Ireland. 
Cadwallader Henry, foreman State capitol; res, 208 N st, bet 7th and 8th. 



SACRAMENTO [O] CITY DIRECTORY. 91 

CADTJC PHIL., coal and ice dealer, 43 3d st, bet J and K; res, San 

Francisco. 
Cady C. C, at BidwelL's, L st, bet 5th and 6th; bds at U. S. Hotel 55 

Front st. 
Cady E. J., res, 141 3d st, bet M and N ; 111. 

Cady W. J., at L. Powers & Co/s, 89 Front st; res, 7th st, bet N and O. 
Cady H. W., col, barber shop Orleans Hotel, 2d st; res, ai bet L and M, 

3d and 4th. 
Cafferty P. W., carpenter ; res, 186 2d st, bet N and ; Wis. 
Cahill Patrick, steamboatman ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
CahillJohn, laborer; res, 181 2d st, bet N and O; Ireland. 
Cain Timothy, elk at Gates & Bro/s, 72 K st. 
Cain Patrick, stone mason ; bds at TJ S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Cain, Edward, laborer; res, 122 N st ; Ireland. 

Calderon Jose, stevedore ; res, al bet N and O, Front and 2d sis ; Chili. 
Caldwell S. E., farming, Mormon Island ; family res, 248 I st, bet 8th and 

and 9th; Ala. 
Callan Robt., mechanic, at Hunt & Anderson's, M st, bet Front and 2d ; 

bds at U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
CALLAHAN D. E., proprietor Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st; Penn. 
Callahan P., brickmaker ; res, 8th st, bet S and T. 
Callahan Matt., brickmaker; res, 10th st, bet Nand O. 
Callaghan Dan'l, overseer C P R E ; bds at U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
California Market, 251 J st. 

California Stage Company, office n e or Front and K sts. 
Calio J. B.; Illinois Hunter*' House, 224 L st, cr 8th. 
Callio J.; Illinois Hunters' House, 224 L st, cr 8th. 

Callisch Louis, Jr., elk in E. H. McDonald & Co.'s, 139 J st; res 357 G st. 
Callisch Louis, tailor, 59 J st, bet 2d and 3d ; res 367 G st; Germany. 
Calvert Tbos. D., teamster ; bds 339 J st ; Ohio. 
Calvyn James M., house and sign painter, shop 2d st, bet J and K ; res, 

255 3d st, cr Q. 
Calwell Benj., laborer; bds at What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 
Cameron G., sash and blind maker, at Ames', cr Q and Front at. 
Cameron C. P., public weigher city scales, grocery, Jst,bet 9th and 10th; 

res, same; N. Y. 
Cameron W. A., at Hunt & Anderson's, M st, near Frons ; bds at Crescent 

City Hotel, 181 J st. 
Cambridge O. H., veterinary surgeon ; res, n w cr Q and 2d sts; Ind. 







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the Napa Soda and Pacific Congress Springs. Also, the Celebrated 
French Soda. 

J&~ Blacksmiths, Foundries, Hotels and Families, supplied with 
COAL at Reasonable Kates, 



92 SACRAMENTO [C] CTTT DIBECTORT. 

Cameron Francis, maker ladies' shoes, at Parsons, 163 J st ; res, 7th st, 

bet K and L. 
Cameron M.; bds at What Cheer House, cr Front and E sts. 
Campo Flavio M. Del; res, 110 in alley bet 4th and 5th; Spain. 
Camp Charles E., pro. Overland Mail Saloon, 356 J st, bet 12th and 13th 

sts; Ohio. 
CAMPBELL JOHN, furniture, 87 K st; res, same; Scotland. 
Campbell Andrew, gardener at A. T. Nelson's, cr S and 3d sts ; N T. 
Campbell Capt. Wm. L., Gillig Mott & Co., 58 J st; res, Orleans, 2d st, 

bet J and K sts. 
Campbell C. J., aes't book keeper, Gillig, Mott & Co., 53 J st; rms over 

same ; Ohio. 
Campbell J. C-, teamster ; res, 299 I st, bet 10th and 11th sts. 
Campbell J., S V R R; res, N st, near Front. 

Campbell Wilson, laborer, C P R R round house, bet 4th, 5th, D and E sts. 
Campbell Columhus, laborer, C P R R round house, bet 4th, 5th, D and E 

sts. 
Campbell Wilson, laborer, C P R R; bds TJ. S. Hotel, 55 Front st, 
Campbell Mrs. K., boarding house, No. 8 6th st, bet H and I sts. 
Campbell James, teamster; res, 245 L at, bet 8th and 9th Bts. 
Campbell Thomas, (col), plasterer and whitewasher; res, 145 6th st, bet 

M and N sts. 
Canedo Victoriano, stevedore ; res, alley bet P, Q, Front and 2d sts. 
Canfield C, teaming for C P R R round house, bet 4th, 5th, I> and E sts. 
Canfield E., teaming for C P R R round house, bet 4th, 5th, D and E Bts. 
Canon E H. , teaming in city ; res, 8th st, bet and P sts ; 111. 
CANTWELL WM. R., attorney-at-law, office Tukeybld'g,cr Jaud 5th st. 
Capitol Bakery, 258 M st. 

Carey R. 8., stock dealer; bds Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st, cr 7th. 
Carey John, hod-carrier ; res, north side N st, bet 12tb and 13th sts. 
Carey John T-, student at law with Coffrotli & Spaulding; bds Golden 

Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
Carey Michael ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. , 

Carbery John J., carpenter ; res, Water st, bet Oak and Ash sts. 
Cariboo Miss Felipa ; res, 78 L st. 

Carle Silas, carpenter ; res, s e cr 5th and O sts, up stairs. 
Carlisle S. S., builder ; res, 322 G st. 

Carly Daniel, upholsterer; res, 233 I st, bet 8th and 9th sts. 
Carley Mrs. Elizabeth ; res, e side 8th st, bet L and M. 

«3F e GAMraSZiXi, 

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FURUrnJKE AND BEDDING, 

No. 87 K Street, sacbanento, 

Bureaus, Sofas, Lounges, Mirrors, 

Office Beaks, Mattresses, Pillows, 

Book Cases, and Sheets. 

SHOW and BOOK OASES, OFFICE DESKS, Etc., MADE TO OEDEB. 
■ff" Jobbing and Repairing."** 



SACRAMENTO [ C ] CITY DIRECTORY*. 93 

Carly Jabez ; res, west side 3d st, bet Q and R sts. 

CARLY Mrs. E. M., millinery and dress making, 78 J st ; res, same ; N Y. 

Carly David ; res, 78 J st. 

Carmichael John, carpenter; bds n e cr 8th and M sts. 

Carmona Mrs. C. ; res, 111 4th st, bet L and M sts. 

Carmona Edward, works on river; res, 111 4th st, bet L and M sts. 

Carmona Soledad; res, 111 4th st, bet L and M sts. 

Carmody Martin, porter ; bds TT S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Carmody Patrick, Dlacksmith, at Todd's, K st ; res, 247 L st. 

Carpenter Lyman, clerk W. R. Strong, 8 J st; res, 135 4th st, bet M and 

N sts. 
Carpenter N. T., clerk, Lyon & Son, 21 J st. 
Carpenter Chancey, Carpenter & Birdsall, State of Nevada ; fam. res, n 

side I st, bet 13th and 14th sts. 
Carraghar Patrick, drives express wagon ; res, 105 M st ; Ireland. 
Carravajal Antonio, stevedore ; res, alley bet N, O, Front and 2d sts. 
Carroll J. H., 39 Front st, Carroll, Smith & Co. ; res, 318 F st, cr 11th. 
Carroll J. C, commission merchant, 77 Front st ; res, 318 F st, cr 11th. 
Carroll John, dairy, cr P and 23d sts. 

Carroll M., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d sts. 
Carroll George, machinist, C P R R shop ; bds Mineral Point, 173 J st. 
Carroll Mrs. Jane; res, 117 4th st, bet L and M ; New Orleans. 
Carroll J. A., carpenter and builder, C P R R ; bds What Cheer House, 

cr K and Front sts ; Mass. 
Carroll D., at Pearl & Frank's, 54 3d st; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Carroll J., marble polisher at Devin's Marble Works, 155 K st ; res, 85 in 

alley, bet M, N, 3d and 4th sts; Boston. 
Carroll John, farmer ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Carroll Michael, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Carroll John, horse shoer, cr 7th and K sts. 
Carroll Barney, at Paine's stable, 140 K st ; Ireland. 
Carroll, Smith & Co., Pioneer Flour Mills, Front st, near Gas Works. 
CAROLAN JAMES & CO-, imp. and wholesale hardware, powder and 

cutlery, cr J and Front sts. 
Carolan James ; res, 284 H st, cr 10th st. 
Carolan Mrs. Peter ; res, n w cr H and 8th sts. 
Cartell V.; res, Oak Avenue, bet 5th and 6th sts. 
Carter George, col, porter Union Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Carter Margaret, col ; res, 8 w cr J and 14th sts. 
Carwile Wm., carpenter; res, 103 K st. 
Carwile Abert, box factory Q st, bet Front and 2d ; res, 201 5th st, bet O 

and P. 
Carwile Mrs. H., widow ; res, 201 5th st, bet O and P. 
Cary Miss Joana, at Mansion House, No. 4 7th st. 
Case Mrs. Mary; res, 232 M st, bet 8th and 9th. 
Case G. W., trading boat on river; res, O st, bet 2d and 3d. 
CASEY & SCHOONMAKER, liquors, 50 K st. 

Casey Gwen, (Casey & Schoonmaker); 50 K st; res, 73 M st, bet 3 and 4. 
Casey J. W., fireman C P R R ; bds City Hotel, 71 K st. 
Casey Thomas, overseer C P R R round house ; res, cr P and 4th sts. 
Casey Hugh, elk Casey & Schoonmaker 50 K st ; res, 78 M st. 
Cass Simon, job carpenter; res, cr 13th and F sts. 
Cassell John F., bricklayer State Capitol ; 111. Hunters House, cr 8th and 

L sts. 
Cassin S. 3 .; res, St. Nicholas bldg, over 88 J st. 



94 SACRAMENTO [ C ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Cate George N., wagon maker, Pike & Young's, or 4th and L sts. 

Cate C, brick mason ; res, n s G- st, bet 9th and 10th. 

Castillo Francisco, stevedore ; res, al, bet N and O, Front and 2d. 

Castor John J., laborer CPER; res, 181 2d st. 

Castro Manuel, works on wood barges ; res, 53 M st ; Mex. 

Castro Manuel, works on barges ; res, al, N and O, 2d and 3d ; Cal. 

Castro Louis, steamboat Banner ; res, 107 in al, L and M, 4th and 5th sts; 

Peru. 
Castro Ignacio, Sr.; res, 78 in al, L and M, 3d and 4th sts; France. 
Castro Ignacio, Jr., Gov. Dana ; res, 78 al, L and M sts; Mexico. 
Caswell Harvey ; res, No. 8 6th st, bet H and I. 
CAULFIELD HENRY A., a pioneer ; res, cr 4th and S sts ; Ireland. 
Cavanaugh T. J., elk at Galligan's, 121 J st. 
Cavanaugh Bartley ; res, 198 Q st. 
Cavanaugh Daniel ; res, s e cr 7th and Q sts. 

Cavanaugh James, stone cutter; bds St. Louis House, cr M and 8th sts. 
Cavano John, laborer CPRR round house, bet 4th and 5th, D and E sts. 
Cemony Augustus, laborer CPRR round house, bet 1) and E, 4th and 

5th sts. 
CENTRAL* PACIFIC RAILROAD office, 58 K st. 
Chadderdon J. L., elk Fuller & Heather, 28 K st ; rms O st, bet 2 and 3d. 
Chad wick George, horse shoer, shop 7 th st, cr al, K and L. 
Chambers James, laborer Ci J RR round house, bet D and E, 4th and 5th. 
Chambers George, elk Wm Reynolds, 168 K st. 
Chambers Mrs. H. B., widow ; res, 111 3d st. 
Chamberlain W. E., Sr., book keeper D. O. Mills & Co.'s Bank, s e or J 

and 2d sts ; res, M st, bet 16th and 17th ; N H. 
Chamberlain Miss Frank, teaching primary school, N st, bet 16th and 

17th ; res, with father, M st, bet 16th and 17th ; N H. 
Chamberlain W. E., Jr ; res, with father M st, bet 16th and 17th. 
Chamberlain E. A., druggist; res, M st, bet 16th and 17th. 
Chamberlain Samuel B., C P R R; rms Empire House, 22 K st. 
Chamberlain Wm., farmer; res, with J. T. Wright No. 17 12th st, bet G 

and H ; Mich. 
Chamberlain E., carriage painter at Kroff s 4th st; rms St. George bldg. 
Chamberlin Fred. D., policeman ; res, s w cr £ and 2d sts. 
Champion Israel, saloon, Front st, Point Comfort ; res, same ; Ireland. 
Chandler, L. C, printer; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Chandler Charles, bar keep at Arcade rest, bet J and K sts. 
CHAPIN HENRY C, firm of Gates & Bro., 72 K st. 
Chapman F. M., livery, 10th st, bet J and K ; res, 10th bet I and J sts. 
Chapman James, laborer State Capitol ; res, al, K and L, 4th and 5th sts; 

Ireland. 
Chapman Elias, col, carpenter ; bds 112 5th st, bet L and M ; Canada. 
Chapman George F., engineer CPRR; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Charlton Rev. Frederick, pastor 1st Baptist church ; res, s e cr I and 8tk 

sts. 
Chauncey Robert, laborer CPRR; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Chesley James G., book keeper G. W. Chesley, 51 Front st. 
CHESLEY G. W., groceries and provisions, 51 Front st ; rms Orleans, 2d 

st, bet J and K. 
Chesley Wm. E., elk for G. W. Chesley, 51 Front st. 
Chesley Wm., contractor and brick mason; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st; 

Mass. 
CHEVALIER F., liquors, 44 K st ; res, over store. 



SACRAMENTO [C] CITY DIRECTORY. 95 

Chevalier Louis col \ barber, 40 4th at ; bds 112 5th st. 
Chichester J. R., marble polisher ; res, nwcrM and 19th sts* 
Chisholm M. M , drives wagon for Friend & Terry, 2d, M and N ; bds 148 

2d st ; Nova Scotia. 
Chisholm N. W., blacksmith ; res, M st, bet 12th and 13th. 
Christopher Nathaniel, col; barber shop, Golden Eagle Hotel; res, 7th st, 

bet N and 0. 
Christopher N., musician ; address, Z wicker, 76 J st. 
Christie Miss Mary; bds Fountain House, 298 J st; Conn. 
Christian Charles, col; barber, 187 K st; bds 112 5th st, bet L and M; 

Ya. 
Churchill L. B., mechanic ; res, n e cr F and 13th sts ; Ohio. 
Churchman Thomas, blacksmith shop, 39 8th st, bet J and K ; res, cr F 

and 31st st. 
Cincinnati Eestaurant, 25 K st, bet Front and 2d. 
Cisco Mrs. Eliz., col; res, 69 L st, bet 3d and 4th; Baltimore. 
City Hotel, 71 to 75 K st. 
City Brewery, cr 12th and H sts. 
City Market, 18 J st. 

City Treasurer, W. E. Chamberlain ; office, D. O. Mills & Co.; cr J and 2d. 
City Water Works, cr Front and I sts. 
Clancy Matthew, laborer ; U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
CLAPP H. C, M D.; res, 121 3d st, bet L and M. 
Clark Casper, wood sawer; res, e s 10th st, bet C and D. 
CLAKK D. W., plumber and gas fitter, 51 K st; res, same; New York. 
Clark Wm., plumber and gas fitter, 79 K st ; res, same ; N Y. 
Clark Barney, pro. Union Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Clark Thomas, steward Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
Clark J. T., plasterer ; res, cr F and 6th sts ; 111. 
Clark K., laborer ; Slater's add, 1st, opp Pioneer Mills. 
CLAKK KOBERT C, County Judge; res, n w cr L and 10th sts; Ky. 
Clark Welsh, of Clark & McJunken, 161 K st. 
Clark Dan ; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 
Clark C. W.; farmer; res, Y st, bet 19th and 20th, s s. 
Clark Howell, farmer; res, s w cr 11th and X sts ; N Y. 
Clark Jdseph, steward Marysville boat ; rms 19 Empire bldg, 22K st. 
Clark E, col, barber, San Francisco ; family res, n side F st, bet 11th 

and 12th. 
CLARK, DR. J. K., office Garwoods bid, J st, bet 5th and 6th; bds Cap- 

itol Hotel, 190 K st. 



HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 

AND OBSTETRICIAN. 

OFFICE /Garwood's Building. (Room No. i,) J Street, between 
i Fifth and Sixth, SACRAMENTO. 

Offloe Hours— 8 to 10 A. M. and 2 to 4 P. M. Evening— 7 to 8. 

I would call the special attention of Ladies who are troubled with Acute or Chronic 
Difficulties peculiar to their Sex, to this mode of Treatment. It will cure all Diseases 
that any other system can cure, and many that are considered incurable. 



96 SACRAMENTO [O] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Clark k McJunkin, groceries, 161 K st, cr 6th* 

Clark 8. D.; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Clark G G., Agent Wells, Fargo & Co., office 2d st, bet J and K. 

Clark J. F., elk; res, 273 B st, bet 9th and 10th ; N. Y. 

Clark Reuben, col, saws wood ; res, s e cr F and 14th sts; Ky. 

Clark Samuel C, fireman CPRR; res, 55 L st, bet 2d and 3d ; Me. 

Clark Miss Annie ; res 168 M st, bet 6th and 7th ; N. Y. 

Clark P., Clark & Dolan, family grocery, cr M and 8th sts; res, same. 

darken Mat., deputy county clerk; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 

ClaveauE., scenic artist, Metropolitan theater; rm 117 L st. 

Clayton & Griffith, family grocery, n w cr 6th and Msts ; res same. 

Clayton Mrs. Margaret, res, n w cr G and 16th sts. 

Clayton Zebulon, carpenter ; res, n w cr G and 16th sts ; N. J. 

Clayton Mrs Katie, with Mrs. Cody, s e cr M and 8th sts, St. Louis House. 

Clayton Samuel, blacksmith, State capitol; bds St. Louis House, s w cr 

M and 8th sts. 
Cleaves T. J., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d; res, cr 

T and 4th sts. 
Clements Arthur, painter State capitol ; bds 10th st, bet J and K ; Mich. 
Clements E. Z., trading ; res, n e cr F and 7th sts ; Nova Scotia. 
Clerk Supreme Court, office Hastings' block, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Clifford J as., laborer, cr 2d and Q sts; Ireland. 
Cline Mrs. Mary ; res, 221 M st ; 111. 
Clinton House, 119 3d st, bet L ant M. 
Clona John, blacksmith ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Cloon Michael, mechanic, at Melvin's, cr 4th and I sts ; Ind. 
CLUNESS W. E., physician ; office and res, necrK and 2d sts, Morse 

building 
Clunie Thomas J., student at law with Samnel Cross, St. George bid; res, 

same ; Mass. 
Clunie George A., machinist at Goss and Lambard's, 1 st, bet Front and 

2d ; bds 102 K st. 
Churchman H., barber; res, 195 2d st, bet O and P; Germany. 
Coager Benj., col, barbershop, 35 Front st; Mich, 
Coakley Wm., machinist C P E R work shop; res, 12th st, bet B and 

C; Ireland. 
Coates Wm., Virginia City; family res, 236 1 st, bet 8th and 9th; Mich. 
Cobb Mrs. Constance F.; res, n e cr 11th and L sts. 
Cochran Mrs. Winifred; res, 2051st; Ireland. 

Cochran Robert, in Nevada ; family residence s e cr O and 5th sts ; N. Y. 
Cody Mrs. Mary, St. Louis House, s e cr M and 8th sts ; St. Louis. 
Coe G. W., conductor C P E E ; res, 99 P st, cr 4th ; Ohio. 
Coey 1). N., sash and blind maker at Ames', cr Q and Front sts; N. Y. 
Coffee James, deputy city assessor; bds at International Hotel, 90 K st. 
Coffee Dennis, hod carrier ; res, D st, bet 14th and 15th ; Ireland. 
Coffee Patrick, laborer, at Winter-burn & Russell's, 3d st, bet I and J; bds 

at International, 90 K st. 
Coffey Patrick, blacksmith, No. 11 4th st, bet I and J ; res, 9th st, bet O 

and P * lrel&nd 
COFFEY M. M., family grocery, 256 Q st, cr 3d ; N. Y. 
Coffee John H., carpenter and builder, No. 112 L st, bet 4th and 5th ; res, 

same. 
Coffee Dan., bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 
Coffee Patrick, of Farrell & Coffee, 9 4th st, bet I and J ; res, 9th st, bet 

O and P ; Ireland. 



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SACRAMENTO [ O ] CITY DIRECTORY. 97 

Coffee John, bds at What Cheer House, cr Front and E sts. 

Coffin C. S., insurance business, at Wetzlar's, 4th st, bet J and K; res, 50 

8th st, north. 
Coffre Manuela ; res, alley, bet P and Q, 2d and 3d sts; Chili. 
COFFROTH & SPAULDING, att'ys-at-law; office, Klay's bldg, 4th st, 

bet J and K. 
Coffrotb James W., Coffroth & Spaulding ; res, over 51 J st ; Penn. 
Cogin Smith, res, 121 4th st, bet L and m. ; Miss. 

COGGINS PASCHAL, Assemblyman; res 205 O st, bet 7th and 8th; Pa. 
Coggins Edward H., cooper, 40 K st; bds Brooklyn House, 85 Front st. 
Coglan Charles, telegraph operator, 47 2d st ; res, ai bet M and N, 7th 

and 8th sts. 
Cohen Philip, glazier, Fuller & Heather's, 28 K st; Poland. 
Cohen Benj., of Zekind & Co., 85 J st. 

Cohen Samuel, tailor, 42 8th st ; res, al, bet G and H, 7th and 8th sts. 
COHN LOUIS, Washington Bakery, 81 3d st/ bet K and L ; Germany. * 
Cohn Chas., clothing store, 290 J st; res, same ; Prussia. 
Cohn Chas., Goldberg & Cohn, 40 Jst; Prussia. 
Cohn B., cabinet maker, J. Campbell's, 87 K st. 
Colby J. S., Superintendent CPRR round house ; res, L st, bet 9th and 

10th sts. 
Colby C. S. ; res, n e cr P and 4th sts. 

Coleman James O., clerk, W. Sharp's, 115 J st ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
COLEMAN W. P., Insurance and Real Estate agent, office 89 J st; res, 

2d floor. 
Coleman L. C, cigars, fruits and tobacco, 218 J st. 
Coleman J. C, carpenter; res, south side H st, bet 12th and 13th sts. 
Coleman Thomas, laborer, C P R R, cr 6th and D sts ; bds City Hotel, 73 

K st, bet 3d and 4th ; Ireland. 
Coleman John, laborer, t CPRE car shop ; bds, N Y Hotel, 2d bet K 

and L sts ; Ireland. 
Coleman Fred., boatman, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Coleman T. C, hackman ; bds City Hotel, 73 K. st. 
Collar Robert, drayman ; res, 122 K st ; Mich. 
Collier O., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet 1st and 2d sts. 
Collins Charles, waiter, Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K sts. 
Collins D , street paver; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Collins Wm. L.,'C S N Co., on Gov Dana; res, 14th st, bet J and K; R. I. 
Collins Daniel, porter, hardware store, Hooker & Co., 71 J st. 
Collins C. H., fireman, CPRR; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Collins D. F. t laborer ; res, alley, bet 3d and 4th, L and M sts. 
Collins Jajnes, boatman ; address 105 Front st ; Ireland. 
Collins Cornelius, locomotive engineer, CPRR; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Collins Mrs. Mary, widow ; res, 150 5th st, bet M and N ; Ireland. 
Collins E. ; res, 212 2d, bet O and P sts. 
Collins James C, clerk for L. Elkus, cr J and 2d sts; rms 52 N st, bet 2d 

and 3d; London. 
Collins James, laborer; rms Wigwam saloon, 105 Front st. 
Collison Benj., moulder, at C P R R machine shop, cr D and 6th st; bds 

cr G and 15th sts ; England. 
Colonade Saloon, cr Front and K sts, What Cheer House. 
Columbus Brewery, 482 K st, bet 15th and 16th sts. 
Colly ier Geo., laborer; res, 173 Front st; Mass. 
Colton C. F., druggist, R. H. McDonald & Co.'s, 139 J st ; res, north side 

N st, bet 8th and 9th sts; Conn. 
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Com Sang, wash shop, 76 3d st, bat K and L sts. 

Combs lirs. P., widow; res, 173 2d st, bet N and sts. 

Combs Geo. W., CPEE car shop ; res, 204 L st ; N Y. 

Comee 1). W. ; bds Telegraph House, 364 J st. 

Comte A., Sr., saddler, 169 K st; res, 268 L st; Prance. 

COMTE A. Jr., att'y-at-law ; Assemblyman ; office 39 J st ; rms 88 J st. 

Comte Miss J. A., teacher public school; res, 268 L st; St. Louis. 

Cometock O. P., laborer, Western Hotel 43 J£ st. 

Comstock Wm. D., book keeper, G. W. Badger's, n e cr Jan<J 4th sts. 

CONBOIJB JOSEPH A., undertaker, No. 112 J st; IrelanxjL 

Conant Abraham, bricklayer, State Capitol; bds 10th st, bet) J And K sts; 
Mich. 

Condon James, laborer, C P E E ; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 

CONDON JAMES, nursery, K st, near 6th ; res, 168 M st. 

Condrey Wm., boatman, 173 Front st, at Brewer's. 

Condrey James, boatman, 173 Front st, at Brewer's. 

Congregational Church, 6th, bet I and J sts. 

Conger Thomas, att'y-at-law ; office 52 4th st; bds Capitol Hotel, cr 7th 
and K sts. 

Conklin Simeon B., printer, Union office, 49 3d st; rms Odd Fellows bldg, 
cr K and 3d sts ; N Y. 

Conley Philip, laborer, C P E E round house, bet D and E, 4th and 5th. 

Conlisk P. J., C P E E machine shop ; bds cr 8 and L sts; Ohio. 

Conlon Patrick, pro. City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Connell H. D. ; bds n w cr L and 7th sts ; III. 

Connell James, laborer, State Capitol; res, Cst, bet 12 and 13th sts. 

Connelly B. F.; tinner; at Hansbrow's, 49 K st; bds Ebuer, 18 K st; Va. 

Coney Solomon, vegetable dealer , res, 127 M st, cr 4th. 

Conner Stephen, pro. Cumberland House ; saloon, 60 5th st, 

Connor Hugh, brick maker ; bds Haine's Exchange, 322 J st. 

Conover John, plasterer ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 

Conoway James, laborer ; bds U S States Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Consindine Mike, C S N Co.; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Considine Daniel, produce dealer ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st ; Irejljmd. 

Constine Lewis, clerk, Steinhardt & Eothfeld, 161 J st. 

Constine H., grocery, 198 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 

Constine Louis, son of H Constine, 198 J st ; Germany. 

Conrad John, Floberg & Conrad, 60 J st ; res, 113 J st ; Poland. 

Conrad Mrs. ; res, 113 J st. 

Converse Chas. H., book keeper, Casey & Schoonmaker, 50 K st. 

Conway John, laborer, State Capitol; bds at Mrs. Cody's, cr 8th and M 
sts; Ireland. 

Coogan Thomas, stone cutter C P EE; bds D st, bet 7th and 8th; Ire- 
land. 

COOK L D., pioneer employment office, 4th st, bet K and L; Dutchess 
county, N. Y. 

Cook D. O., of Cook & Pettit, 289 K st; res, 205 L st. 

Cook Thomas H., wood yard, 4th st, bet I and J ; bds Capitol Hotel, 190 

COQK HIBAM, saddlery, 233 J st ; N Y. 

Cook C. P., miller Lambard mills, I at, bet Front and 2d; bds JSbner's 

Hotel, 18 K st. 
Cook Mrs. C. A.; res, cr N and 16th sts. 
Cook H. G., miller, Lambard mills, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
COOK k PETTIT, grocers, 289 K st. 



100 SACRAMENTO [O] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Cooke Matt., nailer, shop al, bet I and J, 12th and 13th ; res, J st, bet 

12th and 13th. 
Cook Mrs. H., widow ; res, 205 L st, bet 7th and 8th ; 111. 
Cooksley H. J., brickmason ; res, O st, bet 5th and 6th ; England. 
Cooley S. £., pro. American Laundry, Slater's add ; res, same ; Conn. 
Cooley C. B., carpenter; res, 5th st, bet M and N; N Y. 
Coolidge I. B., elk at D. W. Earl's, 109 Front st ; N H. 
Coolot A., variety store, 238 J st; res, same; Austria. 
Coon Nathan ; boarding house, 304 H st, bet 10th and 11th ; N Y. 
Coon G. W., Doland & Coon, carriage makers, 7th st, bet K and L; HI. 
Coon D. P., brickmason ; bds on 6th st, bet H and I. 
Cooney James, laborer CPRR; res, 131 8th st, bet M and N ; Ireland. 
Cooper J. H., carpenter; res, 283 M st, bet 9th and 10th; Va. 
Cooper C. A., St. Jjouis Feed Stable, 9th st, bet 1 and J. 
Cooper John F., music teacher, Dale & Co.'s, 185 J street. 
Cooper George, Oak Grove whisky, Yolo co ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Cooper John, cooper by trade; res, 283 M st. 
Corbah A. P., steward Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
Corbin James H., bar keeper Wm. Siddon's 6aloon, 40 J st. 
Corbusier W. H , book binder ; res, s e cr E and 6th sts ; N Y. 
Corcoran Mrs. Elizabeth ; res, 107 M st; Ireland. 
Corlita Marietta ; res, s e cr 17th and J sts. 
Corr Thomas, blacksmith at S. Nixon's, 175 K st; res, in al, bet M and N, 

2d and 3d sts. 
Cornwall Geo. M., broom maker at E. Ireland's, 56 K st; Vt. 
Costello Mrs. H., widow ; res, 106 4th st, bet L and M; Ireland. 
Costello Mrs. Bridget, widow ; res, 80 8th st, bet K and L ; Ireland. 
Corrington Samuel, teamster over mountains ; family res, 211 L st. 
Costar Oliver ; res, s s O st, bet 5th and 6th ; Ireland. 
COTTER REV. J. S.; pastor St. Rose's church, n e cr 7th and K sts; res, 

7th st, adjoining. 
Cothrin W. S., wholesale wood dealer, office 73 Front st ; res, 10th st, bet 

N and O. 
Cotton Albert T., elk at Dale & Co.'s, 185 J st; res, D. R. Hunt, K st, 

bet 9th and 10th. 
Cotton Jos., porter, Hollbrook, Merrill & Co., 176 J st. 
Cotton J., machinist Sac Iron Works, 1 st, bet Front and 2d. 
Couch H. L., (Astbury & Couch, wood dealers); cr 2d and L sts ; res, St. 

George bldg ; Mass. 
Couch & Co., pro. Stage line to Mokelumne Hill, Jackson and intermediate 

places ; office, What Cheer Honse, cr Front and K st. 
Coughlin Timothy, at Boston Drug Store, cr 3d and J sts. 
Coughlin John, head steward International Hotel, 90 K st. 
Counts J. P., atty at law; Coroner elect, to be installed 1st Monday in 

March, 1868 ; office, St. George bldg, 4th st. 
Courtney Thomas, plasterer; res, G st, bet 14th and 15th ; Ireland. 
Courtney J. W., teaming; res, al, bet N and O, 2d and 3d sts ; 111. 
Cowen B., variety store, 168 J st ; res, 149 N st. 
Cox J. F. & Mitchell, paint Bhop, 55 4th st. 
Cox J. F.; res, s s Q st, bet 6th and 7th. 
COX & JONES, grocery, 287 K st, cr 10th. 
Cox George, (Cox & Jones); 287 K st. 
Cox David, carpenter ; res, 82 3d st, bet K and L. 
Cox Daniel M., teaming in city ; res, n w cr K and 15th sts ; N Y. 
Cox Edward H., bar keeper ; res, 82 3d st, bet K and L ; Mo. 



SACRAMENTO [O] CITY DIRECTORY. 101 

Cox Mrs. D. M., private boarding and lodging, 82 3d st, bet K and L. 

Coyne Patrick, chief cook International Hotel, 90 K st. 

Crackboorn F. W ; res, s e cr 3d and K sts, 2d floor. 

Craig Hugh G-., bar keeper for Jas. Donnellan, K st ; res, 149 N st. 

Craig Wm., policeman; res, 149 N st, bet 4th and 5th. 

Cramer H , rms 117 L st, bet 4th and 5th. 

Cramer H. P„ bookbinder, at Foster's, over 127 J st ; bds Capitol Hotel, 

190 K st ; Germany. 
Crane L. B., elk Sac Union office, 49 3d st; res, n e cr J and 7th sts. 
Crane S. S., at New York drug store, 57 Front st ; res, 143 L st. 
Crane Jeremiah, steward Engine Co. No. 5, 77 4th st; Ireland. 
Crane Wm. L., engineer CSN Co, office foot of K st. 
Crawford George, at cigar stand, Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 
CRAWFORD JOHN F., books and stationery, Post Office, cr K and 4th 

sts ; res, al, bet I and J, 4th and 5th sts ; Phila. 
Crawford J. W., drayman ; res, 273 G st, bet 9th and 10th. 
Creeden Jerry, laborer atCPER works, bet 4th and 5th, D and B sts. 
Crissman Jeremiah, Nevada ; family res, 8th st, bet E and F. 
Crose Ferderalle, coffee stand, 13 Front sfc. 
Crocker E. B., attorney-at-law, office CPER Co., 53 K st ; res 83 7th st, 

bet F and G. 
Crocker Chas, Superintendent C P R R ; res, 82 8th st, bet F and G ; N Y. 
CROCKER H. S. & CO., Job Printing Office, 42 J st. 

Crocker H. S., H. S. Crocker & Co., 42 J st; res, 2d st, bet J and K. 

Crocker B. R., res, 180 L st ; Ind. 

Crocker Geo. B., tinner, at J. P. Dickson's, 165 J st. 

Crocker C. E., bds Capitol Hotel*190 K st, cr 7th. 

Crohan Patrick, laborer; res, 136 8th st, bet Dand E. 

Cronin Wm. P., waiter, Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st ; res 178 G st, bet 
6th and 7th. 

Crone M., teamster ; res, al, bet Q and R, 7th and 8th sts ; Ohio. 

Croner Miss Emma, artist, 2d st, bet I and J ; N Y. 

Cronkite H., blacksmith and plow maker, at Hills, 391 J st; res, 22 14th st, 
bet I and J ; NY. 

Cronkite O. N., Bibbins >& Cronkite, bill posters; res 22 14th st, bet I 
and J. 

CROSS SAMUEL, attorney-at-law, searcher of records, notary public 
and commissioner of deeds ; St. George bldg, 4th st, bet J and K ; 
res, 8th st, bet G and H ; Penn. 

Crosby L., Pioneer Mills, Front st; Mich. 

Cross G J., house raiser, shop 22 L st ; rm St. George bldg, 4th st. 

Cross Wm. B., resident engineer CSN Co.; res, 255 3d st, cr Q ; Mass. 

Cross David, teaming ; res, F st, bet 12th and 13th. 

Crosby J., tailor at V innemeyer & Quatman's, 122 J st. 

Cross E., resides at Sutter Fort, K st, bet 27th and 28th. 

Cosgrove A. , laborer, cr 1st and *- ycamore sts, Slater's Addition ; 111. 

Crouch Thos., barber shop, 163 K st ; res, same. 

Crow Thos., laborer at City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Crow Thos. D., bar tender, Louisiana Saloon, 2d st, bet K and L. 

Crown S., wine store, 180 K st, bet 6th and 7th. 

Crowell W. H., school teacher; res, w side 10th st, bet N and O. 

Crowell W. T., family grocery, 288 J st; res, 10th st, bet N and O, w side. 

Crowell M. T., res 10th st, w side, bet N and O ; 111. 

Crowley Thomas ; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 

Crowley James, clerk, G W Chesley, 51 Front st. 



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SACRAMENTO [C] CITY DIRECTOET. 103 

Crump Wm. ; res, Front at, near K; Va. 

Crump T. T., at D H Quinn, 87 J st ; res, Front near K st. 

Cruz Jose, works on wood barge* ; res, 51 M st, bet 2d and 3d. 

Culbert A. D., drayman ; res, E st, bet 7th and 8th sts: Wis. 

CULLEN & CO., pro. Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K sts. 

Cullen Jas. W., Cullen & Co., Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and KjNY. 

Culver Leander ; Orleans Hotel ; res, 52 L st. 

Culver J., dealer poultry, game, fete., 76 K st ; bds 54 L st ; N T. 

Cummings Walter, dairyman, cr R and 31st sts; Ireland. 

Cummings Q. C, son of C H Cummings, at Senter's, 70 J st 

Cummings Thomas V., watch maker, 106 J st ; res, 8th st, bet H and I. 

Cummings Mrs. Julia ; res, L st, bet 4th and 5th, south side. 

Cummings Gordon P., architect, State Capitol ; res, 4th avenue house, cr 

4th and L sts. 
Cummings B. Frank, clerk, R. T. Brown & Co., n w cr 4th and J sts ; rm 

105 L st; Mass. 
Cummings C. H., cashier SYBSCo.; office 58 K st; r»s, st, bet 

Front and 2d sts. 
CTJMtalNGS WM. Sr. ; jewelry, 106 J st ; reft, 13 8th st, bet H and I ; 

Penn. 
Cummings J. H., blacksmith CPRE shop; res, on J, bet 19th and 20th sts. 
Cummings Miss Mary; at Western Hotel, 43 K st; 111. 
Cunningham Michael, boot maker at Hillebrand's, 177 E st; res, L st, 

bet 7th and 8th. 
Cunningham Wm., laborer State Capitol ; bds cr 10th and M sts ; Ireland. 
Cunningham J. Q. A., mate on stmr CSN Co.; res, 118 3d st ; Ohio. 
Curie Archibald, peddling fruit ; res, 104 2d st, bet L and M ; Scotland. 
CURRIER N., pro. Mansion House, 6 7th st, bet I and J; Mass. 
Curtis N. Greene, atty at law ; office and res, w s 6th st, bet I and J. 
Curtis James, helper to Wm. Clark, 79 K st ; Ireland. 
Curtis Thomas, laborer; res, K st, bet 13th and 14th. 
Curtis N. Greene, Jr.; res, 7th st, bet G and H ; Tenn. 
Curtis John, locomotive engineer C P R B; res, n e I st> bet 8th and 9th; 

England. 
Curry John, employee CSN Co.; res, 86 5th st; N Y. 
Curry James; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Curry James F., boiler maker ; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front. 
Curry J. D.; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Cushing F. L., harness and saddlery, 134 K st; res, 46 8th st, bet G and 

H; Mass. 
Cutter B. B., at Lambard mills, I st, bet Front and 2d; res, 180 O st; Ky. 



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Daggett Geo. N., store keeper CPRRj res, 5th st, bet M and N ; Mass. 
Daily Patrick C, blacksmith at Pike & Young's; res, n s O, bet 4th and 

5th; Ireland. 
Daily Michael H., laborer ; res, 79 L st, bet 3d and 4th ; Ireland. 
Dake Wm., gardener ; res, n e cr S and 7th sts ; 111. 



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SACRAMENTO [ D ] CITY DIRECTORY. 105 

Dake T. L., watchmaker, 8am. Jelly, 120 J Bt ; Mich. 

Dake Mrs. Carmen ; res, rear 18 6th st, bet H and I. 

DALE RICHARD ; music and toys, 185 J st ; res, cr J and 8th sts ; Bng. 

Dalziel Robert, plumber and gas fitter; res, al, bet Front and 2d, O and 

Pets. 
Dalton Mrs. Mary, nurse ; 78 M st, bet 3d and 4th. 
Dalton Peter, laborer ; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 
Dalton James, laborer ; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 
Dalton Mrs. Eebecca; res, 217 4th st, bet O and P; N Y. 
Dalton Peter, laborer ; res, al, bet 8th and 9th, M and N sts. 
Daly Michael ; res, 79 L st ; Ireland. 
Daly John C, book keeper at W. R. Strong's, 8 and 10 J st; res, 178 2d st, 

bet NandOjNY. 
Dana Richard, laborer C P E R round house, 4th and 5th, D and E sts. 
DANCKERS C. W,, book keeper; res, Wm. Tell House, cr J and 9th sts. 
Dangler Chas., musician, Concert Hall ; France. 
Daniel J., cook Golden Eagle Hotel, 191 K st, cr 7th. 
Daniels Joseph, cook C P fi R round house ; res, 85 L st. 
Daniels Mrs. Nancy, col ; res, Water st, bet Sycamore and Oak sts ; Sla- 
ter's add. 
Daniels Simpkins, stoker Gas Works; bds What Cheer House, cr K and 

Front sts. 
Danner J. B., brickmason ; rms e s 7th st, bet L and M. 
Dannie Philip, laborer; res, n w cr Front and N sts. 
Danis A J., salesman, F. Chevalier, 44 K st ; res, 201 2d st ; Canada. 
Dan ton John H., laborer CPE E; bds International Hotel, 90 K st ; 

New York. 
Darling Henry, C P R E round house, D and E, 4th and 5th sts. 
Daroux Arnaud ; res, 114 L st, bet 4th and 5th ; France. 
Dassonville Fred ; rms 116 3d st, bet L and M. 
Dassonville A. A., elk U. Bayer, 191 2d st; res, same. 
Davenport C. W., salesman, Van Winkle & Duncan's hardware store, 93 

J st; res, 214 M st, bet 7th and 8th sts; Mass. 
Davidson Mrs. Elizabeth, (col.), widow; res, 119 4th st, bet L and M. 
Davidson Isaac, clothing, 71 K st; res, same; Prussia. 
Davis S. H., book keeper F. J. Moore, 196 J st ; res, 279 K st ; Mass. 
DAVIS & EUCHLER, Empire Bakery, 291 J st. 
Davis Richard, (Davis & Kuchler) ; res, n e cr 15th and G sts. 
DAVIS JOE, auctioneer and money broker; office, cr alley and 4th st, bet J 

and K; res, 87 M st, bet 3d and 4th ; London. 
Davis Isaac ; res, 84 7th st, bet K and L sts. 
Davis Edward, (col.), job wagon, N st, bet 2d and 3d sts. 
DAVIS L. P. & Co., proprietors and publishers Bee, 36 3d st, cr J. 
Davis L. P., L. P. Davis & Co., 36 3d st; rms St. George bldg; Maine. 
Davis P., teamster ; res, L st, bet 20th and 21st sts. 
Davis John Y., brick moulder ; res, s w cr O and 13th sts. 
Davis Miss Margaret, cook Fourth Avenue House, 101 L st, cr 4th. 
Davis Mrs. C. A., widow ; res, E st, bet 15th and 16th sts ; Iowa. 
Davis Harrison, laborer; E st, bet 15th and 16th sts; Iowa. 
Davis IsaacE., papdr carrier; res, E st, bet 15th 16th sts; Iowa. 
Davis Wm. W., stone mason, C P R E; bd* Mechanic's Exchange, 24 1st. 
Davis James, teamster; res, s w cr D and 15th sts; Va. 
Davis Eachael, (col ), widow ; res, 145 6th st, bet M and N ; R. I. 
Davis W. B., gas fitter; res, First st, Slater Add. 
Davis Thomas, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

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106 SACBAHEH'TO [ D ] CITY DIKECTOET. 

Davis Frank, laborer; Friend A Terry's, 140 2d st ; bds Front at, bet M 

and N; Mass. 
Davis Dr. (col.), cures corns and bunyons ; bds 112 5th st, bet L and M ; 

Ohio. 
Davis B. H., clerk, O'Connell &, Co., 83 J st; bds City Hotel, 73 K St. 
Davis David, clerk, M. Levy, 96 J st; N Y. 

Davis M. H., works for Frazier, cr 5th and L sts; res, 242 K st. 
Davis & Fockman, Eureka Baths, 53 K st. 
Davis J. Q., (Davis & Poekman) ; res, 180 K st. 
Davis Wm., second cook, Arcade, 2d bet J and K sts. 
Davy John, brick moulder, st, bet 12th and 13th ; Ireland. 
Daugherty C. K. & Co., grocery store, 7 Front st. 
Daugherty 0. K. ; res, over 7 Front st. 
Daves Michael; res, 41 N st; Ireland. 

Dawson John, painter, Boardman, 126 K st ; res, 18 6th at, bet H and I. 
Dawson Robert, painter; res, 78 N, bet 3d and 4th ats. 
Day J. E., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front-and 2d. 
Day J., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Day Jeremiah, blacksmith ; res, s e cr 9th and F sts. 
Day Timothy, blacksmith's helper, Sac Iron Works, I it, bet Front and 

2d ; res, St. George bldg, cr 4th and J ; Ireland. 
Day Lott Sr. ; bds Capitol Hotel, 190 K st. 

Day Mrs. A. M., drees maker, n e cr 7th and L sts, up stairs ; N T. 
Day L Jr. ; bds Capitol Hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th. 

Dayley E. W., locomotive engineer, C P fi B; bds Mineral Point, 173 Jst. 
Dealing O. W., painter; res, 112 5th st, bet L and M. 
DENHERY A. & CO., crockery and glass, 75 J st. 

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75 and. 77 J Street, between 3d and 4th, Sacramento. 

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Dinner and Toilet Sets, Dusters, Clocks, Sevres Spittoons, Etc., 

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SACRAMENTO [D] CITY DIRECTOBT. 107 

Deal Oapt. Samuel, watchman State Treasury; rea, 145 L Bt; Penn. 

Dean G . B., pattern maker, CPKR car shop ; res, 12th, bet C and D sts. 

Dearborn Mrs. Isabelle, dress maker, 5th at, bet J and K ; Boston. 

DEBERNARD DAVID, Croce Federalle coffee stand, 13 Front st; Swiss. 

Decker II. D. ; res, at Parker's, cr K and 10th sts. 

Docket John, teaming, CPRK works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sta. 

De Cleir Mrs. Elizabeth, widow ; res, 6th st, bet E and F. 

Dedman .Robert, teaming, CPEE works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts ; 

bds Mineral Point, 173 J st. 
Deering F., mechanic, Mason, 3d st, bet I and J; bda Western Hotel, 43 

Est. 
Deering Richard, mechanic, Mason, 3d st, bet I and J; bda Western Hotel, 

43 K st. 
Dejant Joseph, pilot, C S N Co. ; res, Wigwam saloon, 105 Front st. 
Deering W. E., hamesstnaker, Cook, 233 J st; res, north side N, bet 9th 

and 10th sts. , 
Delnchi Gaotano ; res, 19 5th st, bet I and J ; Ttal. 
Delagula Mrs. M.; res, alley, bet 3d and 4th; L and M sta. 
Delagula Dr. G-. ; res, alley, bet 3d and 4th, L and M ata. 
Dolany Win., laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Delaney Michael, laborer ; bds Brooklyn Hotel, 85 Front at. 
De Merritt D. A., city collector ; office, City Water Works ; res, P st, bet 

7th and 8th. 
Demond Joseph, laborer ; 13 Front St. 
Dempsey Frank, laborer, C P R R round house. 
DENNERY B., crockery and glass, 116 J st ; res 202 H st ; France. 

BERNARD DENNERY, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

CHINA, GLASS AND QTJEENSWARE, 
Kerosene lamps, Oil Lamps, 

Globes, looking Glasses, Cutlery, 

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108 SACRAMENTO [D] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Dennery A., 75 J st; res, w side 4th st, bet M and N. 

Dennery O., bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Dennery Phillip, second cook, City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Dennis Miss C. L. millinery, 109 J st; res, same; 111. 

Dennis Mrs. Martha, 109 J st ; 111. 

Dennis James J., res 109 J st; 111. 

Dennis Baldwin, tinsmith ; res, e side 12th st, bet K and L; Penn. 

Dennis Peter, laborer, CPRE round house, cr 4th and D sts. 

Dennis Patrick, laborer, CPER round house. 

Dennison Dan'l, stock dealer, res, 13 12th st. bet H and I. 

Dennison L. M. , res, necrN and 4th sts, rear of store ; Ohio. 

Denslow M., res n w cr 7th and L sts ; N Y. 

Dent John E. , res, 75 M st, bet 3d and 4th. ' 

Denton S., boot and shoe factory, 310 J st ; res^ 10th st, bet L and M. N Y. 

Denton Charles H., elk, Deuel, Griffitts & Co.'s, 248 J st. 

Denton N. N., bookkeeper, Gibbs & Holmes' 49 J st ; NY. 

Depew S. H., teamster; res, J st, bet 19th and 20th; Texas. 

Depue Mrs. Mary, res, e side 14th st, bet F and G. 

Depue Anson, painter; res, e side 14th st, bet F and G. 

Depue Spencer, painter ; res e side 14th st, bet F and G. 

Derhenger Theo., blacksmith, McGowan's cr 11th and I sts ; bds cr 12th 

and I sts ; Germany. 
Deseve J. B., shoe shop, e side, 9th st, bet J and K res, n side L st, bet 

9th and 10th. 
DEUEL, GEIFFITTS & CO, dry goods, 248 J st. 
Deuel S J., Deuel, Griffitts & Co., 248 J st; res, s side H st, bet 11th and 

12th; Iowa. 
DE VALIN W. H., book-keeper, Caduc, 43 3d st ; res, 251 3d st ; Md. 
Devere Chas., elk, City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Devine Brothers, marble works, 155 K st. 
Devine Miss M. A., res, 84 5th st, bet K and L. 

Devine J. H., marble works, 155 K st; res, w side 5th st, bet K and L. 
Devine J. C, 155 K st ; res, w side 5th, bet K and L. 
Devine Mrs. Mary ; res, 5th st, cr al, bet N and O ; Ireland. 
Devine John, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front street. 
Devlin John, laborer C P E E round house. 
Devlin Eobt., fumily grocery, cr 4th and M sts ; res, same. 
Devron Mary, cook at B. B. Crocker's, 180 L st ; Ireland. 
De Witt W. W., wheelwright ; bds St. Louis Hotel, 255 J st, cr 9th. 
De Young Isaac, salesman, Sam. Nathan's, 131 J st. 
De Young Henry, clerk, at Jacob's 128 J st, cr 5th. 

De Vail Thos. H., leader cornet band ; res, bet M and N, 21st and 22d sts. 
Dias Allejo, Eestarante Mejicana, L st, bet Front and 2d ; Chili. 
Dick Alex., moulder, Sac Iron Works. 
Dickson John F., tinner, at J. P. Dickson's, 165 J st. 
Dickens John, junk shop, cr J and 15th sts; res, same ; Eng. 
Dickerson Jacob, machinist, C P E E ; res, C st, bet 19th and 20th. 
Diefinbacker Jacob, barber, 73 K st ; Germany. 
Deifenbach J , at Pettit's cigar store ; bds at Ebner*s Hotel, 42 K st. 
Dill H. Q., cooper; bds at Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Dillon James, teamster ; res, al, bet P and Q, 2d and 3d sts. 
Dillon L. H , boatman, 173 Front st ; Mo. 
Didion John, b^r keep, Congress Hall, 112 J st. 
Dingley, N. , coffee and spices, 15 I st ; res, same ; Maine. 
Dinsmore F., mason, CPER works ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 



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DICKSON J. P., Stove and tinware, 165 J st bds Golden Eagle, 189 K st, 

cr 7th. 
Dixon Hiram, musician ; res, 81 2d st. 
Dixon John F., Pioneer Mills, Slater's Addition ; res, s side N st, bet 5th 

and 6th. 
Dixon Mrs. A., widow; res, Front st, bet Sycamore and Oak, Slater's Ad- 
dition; Maine. 
Dodge Mrs. Elizabeth, res, 225 L st, cr 8th ; Philadelphia. 
Dodge Seymour, carpenter and builder ; bds at Mineral Point House, 173 

J st. 
Dodge O. P., at Waterhouse & Lester's, 17, 7th st. 
Dodge E. R., res, n e cr J and 13th sts, up stairs. 
Dodge C. S. P., printer, at Union office ; res, Orleans Hotel ; N H. 
Doermer B. N\, shoemaker; res, al, bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 
DOHERTY J., proprietor Roston drug store, 65 J st., cr 3d; res, 254 G 

st; Ireland. 
Doherty John, County Surveyor elect ; res, 136 8th st, bet M and N. 
Dohn Charles, stationery, cigars and tobacco, 157 K st ; res, 109 N st, bet 

4th and 5th ; Germany. 
Donh C, book-keeper; res, 109 N st; Germany. 
Dolan P. F., Clark & Dolan, Grocers, n e cr 8th and L sts ; res, cr L and 

20th sts. 

Dolan Peter,, moulder Sac Iron Works ; Ireland. 

Dolan Patrick, laborer brick yard; bds cr 8th and M ; Ireland. 

Dolan Patrick, laborer Sac Iron Works ; bds What Cheer House cr Front 

and K sts. 
DOLAND F. F. & G. W. COON, carriage makers, 71 7th st, bet K and L. 
Dolan John T., blacksmith at Hill, 391 J st. 
Dolan P. F., wagon maker; res, L st, bet 19th and 20th. 
Dold Charles, book keeper, Ebner & Bro., St. George bldg, 4th st, bet J 

and K. 
Dole Enoch, policeman; res, 388 H st, cr 13th. 
Dole Thomas A., elk McMorry's, 97 K st. 

Dollard Garrett, laborer C P R R ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st ; Ireland. 
Dornbrowor Samuel, elk L. Elkus's hat store, 35 J st. 
Domeny C. W., cooper, Laauser & Schaefer's, 213 K st. 
DOMINGOS JOHN, Supervisor ; res, n s Q st, near Front; Ga. 
Donahoe Barnet, laborer ; res, 72 M st ; NY. 
Doncaster Samuel; address, 82 J st; Penn. 
Donohue Edward, blacksmith ; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K. 



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MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN THE LATEST IMPROVED 

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Donohue Frank ; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 

Donohue John, melter Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 

Donohue Patrick, laborer; res, 186 9th st, bet O and P; Iowa. 

Donnellan John, saloon, Musical Hall, £ st, bet 3d and 4th ; res, 140 Ij 
st, bet 5th and 6th. 

Donnavan James, laborer ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Donnelly Hugh, express wagon ; res, s w cr P and 3d sts ; 111. 

Donnelly Miss Kate E., chambermaid Western Hotel, 43 K st; Mass. 

Donnelly Andrew, waters streets ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st ; Ireland. 

Donnoven Jeremiah, hostler Pioneer Stable, 4th st, bet I and J ; Ireland. 

Donnoghue Frank, boiler maker, Union Iron Works ; bds What Cheer 
House ; Ireland. 

Donnoghue John, steward U S Hotel, 55 Front st ; Ireland. 

Donohoski Frank, shoe maker, 39 Front st; res, same; Poland. 

Donoldson James, engineer, Hotchkiss & Co., cr Front and Q ; res, same ; 
Canada. 

Dooley John B., messenger Wells, Fargo & Co., 2d st, bet J and K. 

Dooly Thomas, oysterman Bank Exchange, cr K and 2d sts. 

Doody Matthew, miner ; res, 25 7th st, bet H and 1. 

Doran Patrick ; res, cr Union and Sycamore sts. 

Doran Mrs. Mary, saloon cr 1st and Broad sts, near Bridge ; res, same. 

Doran James, newspaper folder Union office, 49 3d N st. 

Doscher Geo., at Gregory's, 26 J st ; Germany. 

Doscher Christopher, elk Batcher, cr 3d and M sts ; Germany. 

Doud L.; res, s e cr S and 10th sts. 

Dorsey Henry, col, barber ; res, al, bet O and P, 6 and 7th sts. 

Dorson John, painter ; res, 129 M st, bet 4th and 5th ; England. 

Dorr Thomas, shoe maker ; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K. 

Dougherty Daniel, laborer ; res, 177 5th st, bet M and N. 

Dougherty Thomas ; res, 6 Bead blk, cr 3d and J st ; Phila. 

Dougherty Lawrence, laborer ; res, al, bet Front and 2d, O and P sts. 

Dougherty John H., locomotive engineer C P E E; bds City Hotel, 71 K. 

Dougherty G. M., waiter What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 

Dougherty L. A.; res, al, O and P, Front and 2d sts ; Canada. 

Dougherty Daniel, boot maker Geo. Wise, 41 J st. 

Dougherty Mrs. Ann, seamstress at C. Greene's, M st, bet 2d and 3d. 

Douglass Wm. J., harness maker, Cook's, 233 J st ; res, N st, bet 9th and 
10th; Cal. 

Downer J. H., elk Elkus', El Dorado bldg, cr J and 2d sts ; rms Odd Fel- 
low bldg, cr 4th and K sts ; Vt. 

Douthet W.; rms Fourth Avenue House, cr 4th and L sts. 

Doty Delos, engineer, Hobby & Potter, 58 J st. 

Dowdy Jacob, machinist, Baker & Pamilton ; res, 103 M st. 

Dowdin Samuel, teaming C P E E works cr 4th and D sts. 

Dowling John, laborer; bds s e cr 8th and M sts ; Mo. 

Downey Miss Hannah, chambermaid Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 

Downs John, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Downs W. V.; res, 9th st, bet I and J. 

Downs Hiram, works Turton & Knox; bds cr 9th and I sts; N" B. 

Downs Zenon, works Turton & Knox; res, cr 9th, I and J sts; N B. 

Doyal E. H., elk Billing's liquor store, 105 K st. % 

Doyle Patrick, pressman Union office ; res, n s N" st, bet 4th and 5th. 

Doyle Patrick C., book peddlar ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Doyle John, dairyman ; res, I st, bet 27th and 28th ; Ireland. 

Doyle J., laborer C P E E. works cr 4th and D sts. 



SACRAMENTO [D ] CITY DIRECTORY. Ill 

Doyle Patrick 0., elk for Lawler & Co ; Hey wood bldg, 2d st. 

Dowton Isaac, col, boot black, No 40 Court House block, 4th st. 

Dray J. P., compositor, Union office, 49 3d st ; rms El Dorado bldg, cr 2d 

and J sts. 
DRAY F. E., County Assessor elect ; res, south side G, bet 12th and 13th 

sts; Penn. 
Dreman John F., hackman ; res, alley, bet 4th and 5th, I and J st ; Phila. 
Dreman B. W., fireman CPEE; res, alley, bet 4th and 5th, I and J sts. 
Dresser William, brick mason ; rms Sportsman's Hall, 2d st, bet I and J. 
Drew Y. C, at Wm. Clark's ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
DREW N. L. & Co., lumber, cr M and 2d sts; res, 106 2d st; N H. 
Driscoll John, moulder, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st ; res, near N and 

3d sts; Ireland. 
Driscoll Wm., laborer; res, 6th st, bet H and I; Boston. 
Driscoll L. ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Driscoll I. C. ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Drake George, carpenter, 202 K st; res, L st, bet 7th and 8th; Germany. 
Drummond Wm., barkeeper, Capitol Hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th; res, 116 8th 

st, bet L and M; XJ. 
Drury Mrs. Bridget, widow ; res, 173 in alley, bet L and M, 6th and 7th. 
Drury Cornelius, plumber, W Clark, 79 K st ; Mass. 
DRYFUS L., grocery, provisions, clothing and all that farmers may find 

useful or ornamental, wholesale and retail, at Woodland, Yolo county; 

fam. res, 170 4th st, bet N and O, France. 
Dubois Mrs. Floretaina ; res, L st, bet 7th and 8th ; Mexico. 
Duffy Thomas M., porter, Lindley & Lohman, 46 K st ; res, 233 L st ; 

Ireland. 
Duffy Barney, laborer ; bds TJ S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Duffy Peter, laborer; bds TJ S Hotel 55 Front st. 
Duffy James A.,CSN Co. ; res, No. (ought to be) 85 P st, bet 3d and 

4th; Ireland. 
Duffy Bridget ; res, 140 L st, bet 5th and 6th ; Ireland. 
Duffy James, express wagon ; res, n e cr E and 15th st ; Ireland. 
Duffy Edward, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Dugan Charles, laborer, CPEE round house ; res, cr 2d and S sts ; N Y. 
Dugan Mrs. Johanna; res, P st; near Front; Ireland. 
Dugan Miss Margaret, with mother, P st, near Front. 
Dugan C, fireman, S V E E ; res, 2d st, bet S and T. 
Dujardin G., freight agent, S Y E E depot ; res. 164 3d st, cr O ; Belgium. 
Duncan Joseph A., printer; res, 177 G st, bet 6th and 7th. 
Duncan Sebastian, book keeper, Yan Winkle & Co.. 93 J st; rms Latham 

bldg, 53 J st ; N Y. 
Duncan A. C, waiter, Capitol Hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th. 
Duncan Mrs. Sarah ; res, K st, bet 13th and 14th. 
Duncan James, harnessmaker, Parker, 146 K st ; Canada. 
Duncreiler Jacob, bricklayer, State Capitol ; bds cr 9th and J; Germany. 
Dunlap Isaiah, col., barber, 188 J st ; rms 189 4th st, bet N and O. 
DUNLAP PEESLY, attorney-at-law, Eobinson, Eamage & Dunlap; office 

51 J st, bet 2d and 3d; res, n e cr G and 11th ; Penn. 
Dunlevy R. W., policeman; res, 107 O, bet 4th and 5th st; Phila. 
Dunn Michael; bds at Brooklyn Hotel, 85 Front st. 
DUNN Mrs. JULIA, pro! Brannan House, 12 J st. 
Dunn Edward, laborer ; res, alley, bet 3d and 4th, L and M sts. 
Dunn James, bds Mechanic's Hotel, 24 I st. 
Dunn John, Hennesy & Dunn, e side 4th, bet L and M sts ; res, same. 



112 SACRAMENTO [ D ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Dunn Edward, confectioner; res, alley, bet M and N, 3d and 4th sts; Ire- 
land. 

Dunn Thomas, stoker Sac Gas Works ; bds What Cheer House, cr K and 
Front st; Ireland. 

Dunnam John, CPBR works, bet D and E, 4th and 6th sts. 

Dunscomb Chas., coL, cook, Crescent City Hotel, 181 J st. 

Dunavent Eussell, draying for Van Alstine ; res, west side 8th st, bet N 
and } Illinois. 

Dupree G., cook, Capitol Hotel, 190 K st ; res, 124 L st; France. 

Durfee A. A., Deputy IT. S. Assessor ; res, north side G st, bet 6th and 7th; 
Mich. 

Dusenbury M., carpenter ; bds s e cr 12th and F sts. 

Dustin Oscar C., herds cows, 23d st, bet N and 0; Iowa. 

Dutton Geo. E., machinist, Sac Iron Works ; bds Ebner House, 18 K st. 

Dutton Geo. E., pattern maker, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d; 
res, 17 7th st ; Maine. 

Dutton Oscar, machinist, Sac Iron Works; I st, bet Front and 2d. 

Du Val F., wood Turner at Hotchkiss & Co.'s saw mill, cr Q and 2d st . 

Dwine Wm., laborer ; res, s s Q st, bet 9th and 10th ; Ireland. 

Dwine Edward ; res, s s Q st, bet 9th and 10th ; Ireland. 

Dwine James, works in brick yard ; res, Q st, bet 9th and 10th. 

Dwinell Eev. I. E., Pastor Congregational church, 6th st ; res, 184 L st ; 
Mass. 

Dwyer Wm., brickmason ; res, 310 H st ; Ireland. 

Dwyer Thomas ; teaming C P E E. works cr 4th and D sts. 

Dyer Henry, carpenter; res, 42} L st, bet 2d and 3d ; N Y. 



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Eagle Hat Store, 37 J st, L. Elkus. 

Eagle Boot and Shoe Store, 74 J st. 

Eagle Bakery, 214 K st. 

Eames John, mate steamer Flora : res, 161 2d st, bet N and O ; Eng. 

Earl D. W., forwarding and commission merchant, 109 to 111 Front st; 

res, w side 7th, bet M and N. 
Earl Henry W., tinner, Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 176 J st; res, 217 I st; 

Maine. 
Eastwood Wm., elk, Haines', 322 J st. 
Eaton Thos., bar keeper, City Hotel saloon, 75 K st ; Ireland. 
Ebert Yalentine F., laborer, Milliken Bros. & Co., 64 K st. 
Ebner Hotel, No. 18 K st. 

Ebner & Bro., liquors and wines, St. George bldg, 4th st, bet J and K. 
Ebner Chas., Ebner & Bro.; res, 10th st., bet I and J. 
Ebner Frank, Ebner & Bros.; res, 10th st, bet I and J. 
Ebner John, shoe shop, 96 3d st, bet L and M ; Mich. 



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Ederington L. A., teaming ; res, necrH and 17th sts. 

Eddy H. B., freight elk, CPRR depot ; Brooklyn, N Y. 

Eddy H. , res, M st, het 27th 28th. 

Edding W. 0.; carpenter; hds cr 8th and M sts; 111. 

Edmire Wm., laborer, bds XJ S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Edmonds J. F., cigars, Pony saloon, 75 Front st. 

EDWAKDS P. L., attorney-at-law, office over 90 J st; res, cr F and 17th 

sts; Ky. 
Edwards T. C, attorney-at-law, office over 90 J st; res, cr F and 17th sts. 
Edwards R. M. & Co., books and stationery, 94 J st, cr 4th; rms St. 

George bldg, 4th st, bet J and K ; Mass. 
Edwards Maze, elk, R. M. Edwards, 94 J st, cr 4th ; rms St, George bldg, 

4th st, bet J and K. 
Edwards Wm., elk, R. M. Edwards & Co., 90 J st, cr 4th. 
Edwards, C. T., laborer, CPRR works, bet D and E, 4th and 6th sts. 
Edwards Chas. B., carpenter, K st,bet 13th and 14th Ens. , 

Edwards Joseph, compositor, Record onice, 42 J st, bet 2d and 3d ; rmsn 

side L st, bet 2d and 3d. 
Edwins Walter, col, barber; bds 112 5th st, bet L and EjNO. 
Egan Patrick, bds What Cheer House cr Front and K sts. 
EGL A., fruit and confectionery, 140 J st ; res, 269 G st ; Hungary. 
Ehrich Earnst, musician ; res, n w cr L and 13th sts, up stairs. 
Ehrlich Chas., bar keeper, Apollo saloon, s w cr 4th and K sts. 
Eichman Philip D., steamboating ; bds n e cr E and 10th sts ; Penn. 
Eilers D. W., drayman ; res, 83 11th st, bet K and L; Germany. 
EISENMINGER Mas. B., pro. International Hotel, 90 and 92 K st ; Ger. 
Eisenminger Henry E. F., nook keeper International Hotel, 90 and 92 K. 
EITEL JOHN, candy factory, 81 J st; res, same; Ohio. 
Eitel Fred, 81 J st ; res, same ; Ohio. 
Eitel Frank, elk Polhemus drug store, 190 J st, cr 7th. 
Elderkin Edward, brickmason State Capitol; bds Western Hotel, 43 K. 
Eldred House, by Sidney Eldred, s s K st, bet 10th and 11th ; Mich. 
Eldred H.; res, Klay's bldg, 4th st, bet J and E. 
Eldridge Edward, boating CSN Co, up river; res, 8th st, bet O and P; 

England. 
ELKUS LOUIS, clothing and hats, n e cr J and 2d sts ; res, s e cr M and 

3d sts ; Prussia. 
Elkus H., elk L. Elkus', cr 2 and J sts. 

Elliot Frederick, blacksmith, 352 K st, cr 12th ; res, 354 K st ; N Y. 
Elliot Joseph, C S N Co; res, 119 7th st, bet L and M; Penn. 



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Elliott Chas., laborer State Capitol ; res, 12th st, bet N and O ; England. 
Elliott William, machinist, Sac Iron. Works, I st; res, Washington, Yolo 

co.; Australia. 
ELLIS WM., Justice of the Peace ; res, necr 9th and L sts; 111. 
Ellis Wm. H.; res, n e cr 9th and L sts ; 111. 

Ellison James, mate Defiance C S N Co; Wigwam, 105 Front st; Eng. 
Ellison Capt. J. S.; res, Front st, below Brannan add ; N Y. 
Ellison J. A.; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Eilows Joseph, painter; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Ellwanger John D., instrument maker at G. M. Parker's, 34 K st. 
Elverkin Nelson, bricklayer State Capitol; bds Western Hotel, 43 £ st ; 

D C. 
Elvidge J. J., cook at s e cr 10th and K sts. 
Elwell D. T., dairyman ; res, bet L and M, 18th and 19th ; N Y. 
Elwell Stephen B., elk for Friend & Terry, 140 2d st ; bds with Friend ; 

Mass. 
Ely Andrew, bar keeper at Pony saloon, 75 Front st ; res, Empire House, 

22 K st. 
EMERY W. P., cigars and tobacco, Union Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K; 

Mich. 
Emery Hubbard L., elk at Carolan & Co/s, cr Front and J ; Me. 
Emmerson Mrs. Maria, col, nurse ; res, s e cr E and 9th sts. 
Emmerson E., shoe maker; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K. 
Emmerson Anthooy, col, saws wood and raises chickens ; s e cr E and 

9th sts; 111. 
Emmery Sims, col, cleans houses ; stops cr 2d and J, in rear. 
Emmet Saloon, cr 4th and I sts. 
Empire Saloon, 22 K st. 

EMMONS MISS D. & S. G. FOSTER, 107 J st ; millinery. 
Emmons Wm., bricklayer at State Capitol ; res, 8th st, bet M and N ; 

Germany. 
Emmons Uriah, at Astbury & Couch's wood yard, cr 2d and L sts; rms, 

St. Charles Hotel, 240 J st ; Ohio. 
Empire Bakery, Davis & Kuchler, 291 J st. 
Empire Market, 24 K st ; Green & Trainor. 

Empire Hotel, 151 Front st ; the first brick house erected in this city. 
Emslie James J., bricklayer State Capitol ; bds Fountain House, 298 J st; 

New York. 
Engine House No 1, 3d st, bet I and J — Confidence. k 

« " No 2, 8th st, bet J and K— Protection. 

" " No 3, 2d st, bet K and L — Sacramento. 

" " No 4, 5th st, bet J and K— Eureka. 

" " No 5, 4th st, bet K and L— Knickerbocker. 

<< " No 6, 10th st, bet I and J— Young America. 

" * No %, Hook and Ladder, 8th at, bet J and K— Alert. 

« " No 1, Hose, I st, fronting 4th — Neptune. 

England Mrs. H.; res, in al, J and K, 7th and 8th sts. 
Engelhardt Frederick, pro. Metropolitan saloon, n w cr 3d and J sts. 
ENGLISH WM. G., Real Estate and Inaeraace Agent ; office 83 J st ; 

res, 17 7th st, bet I and J. 
English Patrick, plasterer; res, 8th st, bet O and»P ; N Y. 
Ennis John, dairyman ; res, I st, bet 26th and 27th ; Ireland. 
Ennis Wm., laborer, CPEE works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts ; res, 

cr Front and O sts ; Conn. 
Enwright Thomas, San Francisco ; fam. res, 164 2d, cr N st ; N Y. 



SACRAMENTO [E] CITY DIRECTORY. 116 

Erler Sebastian, Phoenix mills ; bds Telegraph House, 364 J st. 
Ermont Beill, brickmason ; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st ; Germany. 
Escotia Miss Felipa ; res, in alley, bet N and O, 2d and 3d sts ; Mexico. 
Esquevel Miguel, pro. La Libertad Restaurant, north side L, bet Front 

and 2d sts ; Mexico. 
Esh John, Goss & Lambard, Iron Works, I st, bet 1st and 2d; res, 448 K st. 
Essig Bartholomew, pattern maker, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 

2d ; res, Q st, bet 4th, and 5th ; Germany. 
Esquevel Miss Mary ; res, 83 2d st, bet K and L. 
Estabrook Benj., teaming in city; res, cr M and 14th sts; 111. 
Euler Philip, painter and grainer at Krebs, 188 J st. 
EVANS GEN. GEO. S.; res, n e cr 3d and P sts. 

Evans 0. P. , clerk, Hopley, 4th st, bet J and E; res, 105 3d st, bet L and M. 
Evans Albert, steward, Mansion House, 7th st, bet I and J. 
Even Theodore, at Menke's, 141 J st ; Prussia. 
Evens Mrs. E. C, of Gold Hill, Nevada; dress maker, over 161 J st 
Evers Nicolas, butcher, Washington market, cr M and 2d sts ; res, same ; 

Germany. 
Evers Augustus, family grocery, 258 L st, cr 9th ; res, same ; Germany. 
Everts P., Baker & Everts, 7th st, bet K and L ; res, 204 7th st, bet L 

aed M. 
Everett W. F., carriage trimmer, at Bobbins, or 8th and K sts. 
Everett W. L., clerk, Bithell, 104 J st; N J. 



Fagan Pat. T., laborer, C. H. Swift's, cr 5th and JL sts; Ireland. 

Fahy John, saddler, bds at Atlantic Hotel, cr I and 12th sts; Ireland. 

Fairfield Orlando, waiter at Western Hotel, 43 K st. 

Falk F., cigar stand, Arcade restaurant, 2d st, bet J and K; Germany. 

Falkney Wm., laborer, C P R B works, bet D and E, 4th and 6th sts. 

Fallan Isaac, laborer ; bds at U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Fallen Miss Delia, res, s side 6th st, bet O and P. 

Fallon John, horseshoer, s e cr 7th and K sts ; res O st, bet 4th and 5th. 

Fallon Patrick, laborer ; bds at U S Hotel, 55 Front st ; Ireland. 

Fallon John, laborer ; bds cr 8th and M sts ; Ireland. 

Falls S. D., elk, Kohn & Bro., 9 K st. 

Farber Wm., laborer; res, s w cr K and 16th sts; Germany. 

Farewell John, San Francisco ; family res, cr F and 6th sts ; Germany. 

Fariin D. H., at Adams, McNeill & Co.'s, 95 Front st; res, 185 5th st, bet 

NandO; NY. 
Farmer Henry; deckhand on Bed Bluff boat; res, 161 N st, cr 6th; Eng. 
Farnsworth W. C, carpenter; res, 148 8th st, cr al, bet M and N; Va. 
Farquharson John, moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st. 



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Farr Dan'l F., pro. Boston stable, 354 J st, cr 12th. 

FARR B. A., pro. Telegraph Hotel, 364 J st ; Mass. 

Farrell Owen, Farrell & Coffee, carriage shop, 11 4th st, bet I and J. 

Farrell M , blacksmith at Pike & Young's, cr 4th and L sts; bds Interna- 
tional Hotel, 90 and 92 K st ; Conn. 

Farrell W. D., pro. Central Hotel, 47 5th st; Ireland. 

Farrell Thos. J., rms at Ebner Hotel, 18 K st. 

Farrell John, at Farrell & Coffee's, 11 4th st, bet I and J. 

Farrell Chas., laborer, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Farren Timothy, laborer; res, al, bet Front and 2d, P and Q sts; Ireland. 

Farren James £., boatmen ; res, 173 Front st. 

Farren Maurice, laborer; res, al, bet Front and 2d, I and J sts; Ireland. 

Farren John, horse shoer, cr 7th and K sts ; res, 103 O st, bet 4th and 
5th; Ireland. 

Fashion restaurant, 2d st, bet J and K. 

Faughen Wm., bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Favero Michael, painter CPRR, crD and 6th st ; res, s e cr D and 15th 
sts ; N Y. 

Fay Miss Mary, at Chas. Miller's, s e cr 7th and O sts; Ireland. 

Fay Edward, elk, W. R. Strong's, No. 8 J st ; res same ; N Y. 

Fay Frank, CSN Co:; res, e side 6th st, bet Q and R ; Rio Janeiro. 

Fay John, freight foreman, S V R R depot, Front st; res, 181 2d st, bet 
S and O. 

Faylor Geo. W., pro. Sportsman's Hall, 26 2d st; Texas. 

Fay lor John, res, Sportsman's Hall, 26 2d st. 

Faylor W. A., engineer Water Works ; res, n w cr 8th and I sts. 

Fearn Mrs. A. C, dressmaker, 42 4th st., bet J and K ; res, 6th st, bet E 
andF. 

Feeny Patrick, laborer, at Friend & Terry's; res, 252 2d st. 

Fehl Henry, res, n side P st, bet 6th and 7th ; Md. 

Felch W. C., assistant U S Assessor, Sac City; res, 10th st, bet E and F. 

Feldheim, N. G., elk, Steinhardt & Rothfeld, 161 J st; Germany. 

Felter J I., Deputy Collector U S Internal Revenue, 4th District, Califor- 
nia ; res, 237 2d st, bet P and Q ; NY city. 

Felyson Michael, marble polisher, Aitkin & Co., 131 E st ; Ireland. 

Fenner J. D., salesman, Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st ; res, 57 L st. 

Fenny Jas., job carpenter ; res, Sycamore st ; Slater's Addiion. 

Fern Washington, res, 165 2d st, bet N and O ; Mass. 

Fernan Patrick, bds at What Cheer House, secrK and Front sts. 

Ferrell Thos., elk, C. C. Knox, cr Front and L sts ; res, cr al, bet Q and 
R sts; Penn. 

Ferguson R. C, col, white washer; res, al, bet K and L, 3d and 4th sts; 
Mass. 

Ferris A. S., M. D. ; rms 4th Avenue House, cr 4th and L sts. 

Feyhl G. A., upholsterer, Locke & Lavenson, 172 J st; res, 81 st, cr 4th. 

Fields R., laborer; bds Brooklyn Hotel, 85 Front st. 

Fiedler Max, clerk, Ever's grocery, s e cr L and 9th sts. 

Fiedler Julius, contractor ; rms 88 3d st, bet K and L ; Germany. 

Fiege John, wagon maker, I st, bet 8th » and 9th; res, St. Louis Hotel, n 
w cr 9th and J sts ; Prussia. 

Fiege Frank, shoemaker, 9th st, near St. Louis Hotel, bet I and J; Prussia. 

Figuera L., steward, Arcade restaurant, 2d st, bet J and K. 

Filand Patrick, CSN Co., up river boats; res, 258 Q st, cr 3d; Conn. 

Figg E. P., office 58 J st; res, 101 L st, cr 4th ; Ky. 

Finnegan Richard, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 



SACRAMENTO [F] CITY DIRECTORY. 117 

Finnegan Patrick, wood chopper ; bds International Hotel, 90 K st; Ire- 
land. 

First Baptist Church, 4th st, bet K and L. 

Finke A., malt house, south side of K st, bet 30th and 31st. 

Fisch Fred., grocery, cr Gand 12th sts; res, same; Germany. 

Fisch G., at grocery, cr G and 12th sts ; res, same ; Germany. 

Fisher C. E., printer and State Expert ; bds Golden Eagle, 189 K st. 

Fisher Henry, Schroder, Fisher & Co., 113 K. st; res, same; Germany. 

Fisher Thos., boot maker, at Palm's, 2d st, bet J and K; res, 243 M st. 

Fisher Eobert, col., blacksmith ; res, alley, bet I and J, 4th and 5th st. 

Fisher Chas. H., Washington market, cr M and 2d sts ; Mo. 

Fisher John, policeman; res, 164 M st, cr 6th ; Penn. 
4 Fitzgerald Patrick, laborer, State Capitol ; res, 245 M st ; Ireland. 

Fitzgerald Mrs. Mary, widow ; res, 80 L st, bet 3d and 4th. 

Fitzgerald James E., carriage painter, 264 K st. 

Fitzgerald Michael, laborer ; res, n w cr 8th and L sts ; Ireland. 

Fitzgerald James, laborer; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 

Fitzgerald S., clerk on trading boat; res, Wigwam, 105 Front st, bet M and 
S; Mo. 

Fitzgerald C. C, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Fitzgibbon M., at Western Hotel, 43 K st ; res, alley, bet 5th and 6th, L 
and M sts. 

Fitzjames H. A., cook, Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K; res, 109 M st. 

Fitzpatrick Mrs. B.; res, cr alley and 8th st, east side, bet O and P ; Ire- 
land. 

Fitzsimmons Patrick, plumber, at 104 K st; res, same. 

Fitzsimmons & Gleason, plumbers, 104 K st. 

Flannagan Mrs. Fanny, at City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Flanagan Thomas, cook at Babcock's, 104 K st. 

Flanagan Pat, laborer, C P E K works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts ; res, 
6th st, bet N and O. 

Flanaghan Thomas ; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 

Flanagan John, tinner ; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 

Flanagan Michael r horse shoer, 9 4th st, bet I and J ; Ireland. 

Flanagan Patrick, laborer; res, 116 5th st, bet L and M; Mass. 

Flannagan James, horse shoer; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Fleck Andrew, tailor, 56 4th st, bet J and K. 

Fleming Edward, laborer, State Capitol ; res, south side W st, bet 10th 
and 11th. 

FLOBERG & CONRAD, jewelry, 60 J st. 

J. P. FLOBERG. JOHN CONRAD. 

FLOBERG c£ CONRAD, 




ATCHHAKER8 AND 




No. 60 J Street, between Second and Third, 

(In D. O. Mills' Old Bank,) 



» »»^» 



Have always on hand a Choice Variety of* Fine 

JKATCMES, &IAMOJVDS, Jj&WJBZ&r, SIZrJEft TKAtR^, jetc. 

Watches and Chronometers Repaired and Warranted. 



118 SACRAMENTO [F] CITY DIM5CTORY. 

Fleming John, fireman, C S N Co.; Wigwam^ 105 Front St ; Boston. 

Flint & Jost, cabinet shop, 79 4th st. 

Flint A. A., (Flint & Jost), 79 4th st. 

Floberg J. P., Floberg &f Conrad, 60 J st ; rms 96 J st, cr4th; Poland. 

Flohr Andrew, gun and locksmith, 6th st, bet J and K; res, same. 

Flood Michael ; res, n e cr 5th and N sts ; Ireland. 

Flynn Mrs. Julia M.; res, No. 16 6th st, bet H and I; NT. 

Flynn John, laborer, C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, D and B sts ; bds 

L street House, bet 3d and 4th. 
Flynn Philip, laborer ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Focks Richard, laborer; res, n e cr 8th and 8 sts ; Germany. 
Fogel George, teamster; bds Wm. Tell House, cr 9th and J sts. 
Foley Miss Julia, cook at Mrs. Codey's, cr 8th and M sts ; Ireland. 
Foley John, laborer, C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, D and B sts; bds 

What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts ; Ireland. 
Foley J. J., pressman, Union office, 49 3d st ; res, 244 M st ; Ireland. 
Foley R., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Foley Timothy, laborer ; res, n e cr N and 15th sts. 
Foley Miss Mary, at Mansion House, 7th st, bet I and J. 
Foley Wm., caulker, C8N Co.; bds Western Hotel, 43 K St. 
Folk John, cigar maker, at Brace's, 306 J st. 
Folger C, sailmaker ; res, necrQ and 18th sts. 
Folger Mrs. Julia A., teacher primary school; res, cr B and 11th sts. 
Folger Frank R ; res, n w cr E and 11th sts. 
Fokz Sing, wash shop, 153 Front st. 

Fooley John ; bds Wnat Cheer House, s e cr K and Front sts. 
Fonck V ictor, upholsterer, Locke & Lavenson, 172 J st ; res, s s L st, bet 

8th and 9th. 
Fontaneau Charles, hatter, at Peter Trope's, 123 J st ; France. 
Fontaneau Victor, laborer ; res, al, bet I and J, 5th and 6th ; France. 
Fontagnere C, elk, 169 J st ; France: 
Foote M.; res, cr 21st and T sts. 
Foote W., farmer ; s w cr W and 20th sts. 
FOOTE L. H., Police Judge ; res, old Masonic bldg, 17 J st. 
Forbes G. W., teaming C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, D and B sts. 
Forbes James ; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Forbes G. W., drives water cart; bdfc Bbner Hotel, 18 K st; Ohio. 
Ford Thomas, col, cook; res, 44 M st, bet 2d and 3d; Natchez. 
"Ford George, col, cleans rooms, etc.; bds 112 5th st, bet L and M; Bait. 
Ford S.; bds What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Ford Patrick, tailor, at M'Cann's; bds WhatCheer House, cr K and Front. 
Ford Thomas P., compositor Union office, 49 3d st; res, Read's block, cr 

J and 3d sts. 
Ford Geo., col ; Union Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Foss C. J., farmer; res, 364 K st ; Maine. 
Forsheo George, paint shop 264 K st ; Conn. 
Forsting J. H., engineer Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 3d ; res, 14S 

3d st. 
Foster Mrs. S. G. and Miss D. Bmmons, tnillinery, 107 J st. 
FOSTER F., book binder, over 127 J st ; res, 100 7th st, bet F and G ; Pa. 
Foster Jacob, col, saloon No 80 3d st, bet K and L ; La. . 
Foster Albert, Capt. Chrysopolis C S N Co ; res, San Francisco. 
Foster Mark, brass finisher, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Foster G. L., printer, Union office ; rms Fourth Avenue House, cr 4th 

and L sts. 



SACBAMENTO [F] CITY DIEBCTOBT. ' 119 

Fotheringham Henry, teamster ; rea, K st, bet 12th and 13th ; 111. 

Fountain Wm. A., brick maker ; res, s w cr 15th and P at. 

Fountain Bakery, 83 Front st. 

Fountain Geo., teaming for P 11 II works, cr 4th and D sis. 

Fountain House, by Mrs. Phelps, 298 J St. 

Fourth Avenue House, 101 L Bt, cr 4th. 

Fowler T. S., carpenter at Beeves', 53 4th st. 

Fowler J. H., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 

Fox John A., saddler at Wage n blast's, 157 J at; res, same; England. 

FOX & STRUTZ, wines and liquors, 41 J st. 

Fox Henry A. {Pox & Struts), 41 J st; res, San Francisco. 

Fox Mrs. Mary, dress maker, 41 5th st, bet J and K ; England. 

Fox Miss Lucy, teacher ; res, with mother, 41 5th st, bet J aud K. 

Fox E., brick maker; res, s e cr S and 8th sts. 

Fox John, laborer; res, I st, bet 11th and 12th ; Ireland. 

Fox Gustave, elk at I. Lewis', 194 J st; bds 200 L et, bet 7th and 8th; 

Germany. 
Fox F. J., elk at Seeger's, cr 7th and L sts; res, same ; Germany. 
Fox John ; res, 216 31 st. 
Foje W. R., salesman at Huntington & Hopkins', 64 K st ; res, same ; 

Mass. 
France Jameg; res, n e cr I and 16th sta. 
France John, dairyman ; res, n e cr I and 16th sts. 
France Henry, engineer at Lombard's flour mill, I st ; res, Front Bt, near 

Sycamore; England. 

FOX & STRUTZ, 

Importers anu Wholesale Dealers 



WINES AND LIQUORS, 

INo. 41 J Street, 



120 SACRAMENTO [F] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Francis Michael, laborer ; res, 131 O st, bet 5th and 6th ; Portugal. 
Frank Samuel (firm of Lipman & Co.), 129 J, cr 5th ; res, cr H and 7th : 

Phila. 
Frank L., teaming over mountains ; res, I st, bet 12th and 13th ; Ind. 
Frank Joseph ; res, al, bet Front and 2d, P and Q. 
FRANK H., Union Market, 54 3d st; rms Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Frank Philip, shoe maker, 89 3d st, bet E and L ; res, 31 7th st, bet G 

and H. 
Franklin H., elk at P. Franklin's, 102 J st. 

FRANKLIN P., cigars and tobacco, 102 J st; res, 215 L st, bet 7 and 8. 
Franklin School House, s w cr 6th and L sts. 
Frasher John S., laborer jSVRE depot ; Va. 
Frates Mary, widow; res, 246 2d st, bet P and Q; Portugal. 
Fratt F. W.; res, s w cr K and 2d sts ; Wis. 
Frazee Sanford, collar maker, 233 J st. 
Frazer F.; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

FRAZER W. F., lumber, secrL and 5th ; res, n s L bet 9th and 10th. 
Frasier W. V., express wagon ; rms Empire House, 22 K st. 
Frazier Thos. G\, drayman at Hammer & Keber, 17 and 19, E st; Ireland. 
Frazier A. P., elk for Cox & Jones, 287 K st, cr 10th. 
Frazier A. E.; res, No 9 7th st, bet H and I. 
Freeman A. C, elk at District Attorney's office, 6th st, bet K andL; res, 

e s 12th st, bet F and G. 
FREES & MAHRT, Sixth Street Market, bet I and J. 
Frees Jacob, butcher, 6th st market, bet I and J ; Germany. 
FRENCH C. G. W., atty at law, office 2d floor 39 J st ; res, w s 9th st, 

bet N and O; Mass. 
French Wm., paper hanger; bds Globe Restaurant, 39 K st. 
French Mart, washing and ironing ; res, al, bet 5th and 6th, I and J sts. 
Freund John, salesman, Blum, 38 K st; res, same; Germany. 
Frey Henry, South Park, cr 9th and K sts ; res, same. 
Friedman M., fruit store, 50 J st ; res, 304 4th st, bet O and P. 
Friedman 1., apprentice, I. P. Jackson's, 82 J st. 
Friedman Leon, barber, 71 K st. 
FRIEND & TERRY, lumber merchants, 140 2d st. 
Friend Joseph S., Friend & Terry ; res, al, bet Q and R, 2d and 3d sts. 
Friendman Harman, pro. Belvidere Hotel, 6th st, bet J and K. 
Frieseke Wm., saddle tree maker ; res, B st, bet 12th & 13th. 
♦ Frink W. H., res, 75 M st ; R I. 



P. FRANKLIN, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC., 

No. 102 
J Street, "between Fourth and Fifth, 

SACRAMENTO. 



SJGOJUJIENTO [F] CITY DIBSGTORY. 121 

PEEY & THOMAS DBS., physicians and surgeons, office, Hiller & An- 
drews' bldg, n e cr J and 3d st, up stairs. 

Prey Jos. Dr., Frey & Thomas, office, n e cr J and 3d sts; res, n e cr H 
and 7th sts. 

Frink L., res, 210 M st, farmer in Solano. 

Fritsch John, wagon maker; res, 456 K st, cr 15th. 

Fritsch J. G., elk for Zoller, s w cr 8th and M sts. 

Fritz Joseph, prop, saloon Turn Yerein Hall, 268 K st; res, 54 10th st, 
bet J and K; Germany. 

Fritz Joseph M., carpenter; res, 142 9th st, bet M and N; NT. 

Fromenschlergor Jos., laborer, Sac Iron Works, I st ; Germany. 

Frost Henry, laborer ; rms Cumberland House, 60 5th st. 

Frum Fred., elk at grocery, cr 7th and L sts ; Germany. 

Fry Henry, elk, Lipman & Co., 129 J st; Eng. 

Fry B. M., book-keeper, Lindley & Lohman, 46 and 48 K st ; 111. 

Fuchs Peter, cigar manufactory, 117 Kst; res, same; Germany. 

Fuchs Oschwald, pro. Pacific Gardens, s w cr C and 9th sts ; Germany. 

Fuchs Oschwald, res, cr 28th and M sts; Bremen, Germany; 

Fngazi J. P., barber, Winters', 59 £ st; Italy. 

Pugett J. R., carpenter and joiner, n side E, bet 16th and 17th sts. 

Puller & Heather, paints, oils and glass, 28 K st. 

Fuller Wm. P., Fuller & Heather, 28 K st; res, San Francisco. 

Fuller Jacob N., brick mason, 14th st., bet T and U. 

Fuller Thos. G., in fruit business ; res A st, bet 10th and 11th ; Va. 

Fuller A. M., carpenter ; res, e side 8th st, bet N and ; Conn. 

Fuller S. D., elk, Winters' grocery, cr M and 2d sts; rms Empire House, 
22 K st ; Iowa. 

Fuller L. H., rms Clinton House, 119 3d st, bet L and M. 

Puller E. A., carpenter, bds City Hotel, 71 K st. 

Pulton market, secrM and 4th sts. 

Fount Fred'k, laborer, Bowers' brick yard; bet 18th and 19th, S and T 
sts ; Mexico. 

Punck G. V., upholsterer ; res, al, bet L and M, 8th and 9th sts ; Holland. 

Purgerson John, fireman, CSN Co,, at Wigwam, 105 Front st ; Ireland. 

Ferguson Fred'k, at D. Morton's, 208 K st. 



JOS. M. FRET, M. D. S. P. THOMAS, M. D. 

OFFICE-CORNER THIRD AND J STEETS. 
Rwidenoe: Coiner Seventh sad H. 



OFFICE HOURS-lOto 12 A. M.; 2 to 4 P. M.; 7 to 9 Evening. 



16 



122 SACRAMENTO [Q-] CITY DIEEOTOIfT. 



a 

Gafney, Miss Ann, at A. Dennery's, 4th Bt, bet M and N; N Y. 

Gaffney Owen, res, al, bet I and J, 2d and 3d ; Mass. 

Gaffanesch A., Sacramento Nursery ; res, block bet 18th and 19th, B and 

G sts. 
Gage Howard, elk, Pioneer mills, office 39 Front st ; rms over 17 J st. 
Gage Albert, laborer, H. T. Holmes', 75 6th st. 
Gagnon Alfred, saddler, S. Roth's, 167 J st ; res, same ; C. B. 
Gainar Thos., laborer; bds What Cheer House cr Front and K sts. 
Gaines Richard, machinist and engineer, n w cr S and 8th sts; Eng. 
Gainsley Seth, general work, C r R R ; res, Washington Yolo county ; 

England. 
Gaillaird C, steward, Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st, cr 7th. 
Gale Rachael, col, res, Front st, bet Q and R ; Mo. 
Gale Samuel, col, whitewasher ; bds 3d st, bet M and N ; Baltimore. 
Gale H. T., brakeman, CPRR; res, 102 L st ; NH. 
Gale J., col, whitewasher; res, al, bet 5th and 6th, I and J sts. 
Galindo Jose E., res, al, bet N and O, Front and 2d sts; Mexico. 
Galway Isaac, col, res, al, bet 6th and 7th, G and H ; St. Thomas. 
Gallagher Henry, laborer; bds cr8th and M sts; Ireland. 
Gallagher John, laborer, C P R R; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Gallagher James, machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st; res, 17 L st, bet 4th 

and 5th. 
Galligan John, ory goods, 121 J st. 

Galligan T., helper at the Gas Works; res, Slater's Addition ; Ireland. 
Galloup Mrs. J. B., dress maker, west side 5th st, bet J and K. 
Galloup J. B., boot maker, John Parson, 122 J st; res, 5th st, bet J and K. 
Gallernore Wm. E., clerk, Thomas Ross, 225 J st; Conn. 
Gallatan A., salesman, Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st; res, 207 Met, bet 

7th and 8th; NY. 
Galvin John, laborer; res, 282 7th st, bet Q and R. 
Gait Wm., Telegraph office ; res, north side N st, bet 4th and 5th. 
Gaman M., dairyman ; res, 8th st, bet T and U. 
Gambach Christian, drives wood wagon ; res, 145 Q st, bet M and N ; 

Germany. 
Gamble W. H., watchmaker, John Hatch's, 59 2d st ; don't care whether 

you put my name down or not ; Ireland. 
Ganong O. T., Toll & Co., livery stables, 174 K st; res, n e cr 12th and I st. 
Garbe Henry, Nessel & Garbe, 40 3d st, bet J and K ; res, same ; Phila. 
Gannon James, street paver ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
GarceaCruz, stevedore; res, 111 2d st, bet L and M ; Chili. 
Garceler Charles C, locomotive engineer, S V R R; bds Ebner House, 18 

Kst. 
Gardner L. M., locomotive engineer, CPRR; res, n w cr H and 8th sts. 
Gardner E. J., express wagon ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st; Mass. 



SACRAMENTO [ Gr ] CITY DIRECTORY. 128 

Gardner Edwin J. Job wagon ; rms cr N und 5th sts; Mass. 
GARDINER THOMAS, solicitor Sao Union, 49 3d st ; res, 256 N st. 
Gardner Miss A. M.; res, 184 2d st, bet N and O. 

Gardener Miss Minnie, at Mrs. Baldwin's, s w cr K and 8th sts ; minor. 
Gardner Thaddeus, composer ; bds Clark's, s e cr K and 10th sts. 
Gardner Henry, hostler, Pacific Stables, 88 2d st ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Garishier Frank, barber, Eureka Baths, 53 K st; bds Hotel de France. 
Garibaldi Francisco, laborer, C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, I) and E sts. 
GARFIELD SETH H., Pioneer Mills Co., near Sac bridge, office 39 Front 

st J res, 50 M st, bet 2d and 3d ; Mass. 
Garlick Aaron, engineer, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st; res, s w cr T 

and 4th sts. 
Garnett Mrs. C; res, J st, bet 18th and 19th. 
Garnett B. F., blacksmith; res, J st, bet 18th and 19th. 
Garner Henry, laborer ; res, alley, bet J and K, 3d and 4th sts ; Eng. 
Garner E. J., express wagon ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Garrahan Patrick, saddle shop, 219 n side £ st, bet 8th and 9th ; res, 

same; Ireland. 
Gartland Patrick, boatman ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Garrett Henry, blacksmith, Pike & Young, secrL and 4th sts. 
Garrett H., trackman ; res, 17 7th st, bet L and M. 
Garrett John O., salesman, Huntington & Hopkins, 54 £ st. 
Garrett R. H. , C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts ; bds Western 

Hotel, 43 K st. 
Garrison G. C; rms n w cr J and 8th sts. 
GARSEY L., family grocery, 202 J st ; res, same ; Wis. 
Garrity Mrs Hannah ; res, in alley, bet L and M, 4th and 5th sts; Ireland. 
Garrity John, apprentice machinist, C P R R shop, bet 4th and 6th, D 

and E sts ; res, cor 17th and E sts. 
Garrity Patrick ; res, s e cr E and 17th sts ; Ireland. 
Garrison T., tailor; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
Gaston Wm. H., col, cook ; res, 112 N st, bet 4th and 5th; N Y. 
GATES & BRO., Golden Mortar, and also drug store s w cr J and 6th sts. 
Gates Justin, Golden Mortar drug store, 72 K st ; res, same ; N Y. 
Gates Jas. H., drug store, s w cr J and 6th st; res, 116 9th st, bet L and M. 
Gates Alvah, blacksmith, Daniel Brown, 268 £ st ; res, same ; Mich. 
Gates M. E., clerk, S V R R office ; res, 102 L st, bet 4th and 5th ; N H. 
Gatrell Perry, C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts; bds at Mrs. 

J. B. £athan's, E st, bet 6th and 7th. 
Gaul Mrs. Margaret ; res, 123 M st. 
Gaunlet James, night watchman Sac Iron Works, I st ; bds Western 

Hotel, 43 £ st. 
Geass M., peddlar; bds City Hotel, 73 £ st. 
Gee Hop, fish house; Slater's Addition. 

Geelan John, at Anderson's, 123 Front st ; res, L st, bet Front and 2d. 
GEHR1NG F. J., saddler, 270 J st; res, same. 
Gehring Fred, harness maker, at Roth's, 167 J st. 
Geisel Henry, blacksmith shop, 1 st, bet 9th and 10th ; res, rear ; Ger. 
Geisel John, blacksmith, I st, bet 9th and 10th ; Germany. 
Gels ton Capt. Roland; res, 184 M st. 

Gelaspbury Edward, blacksmith, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. 
George F. S., barber shop, 304 J st ; res, same ; N Y. 
Gerber S., butcher ; res, s e cr M and 30th sts. 
Gerber A., laborer; res, s e cr M and 30th sts ; Germany. 
Gerber Charles, butcher, Plaza market, 288 J st, cr 10th. 



124 SACRAMENTO [G~] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Gerrish Samuel H., machinist, CPEE works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E 

sts; res, south side E st, bet 12th and 13th ; N H. 
Gerrish J. L., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Gerry Win., Deputy County Recorder ; res, cr 6th and K; rms 116 3d st, 

bet L and M. 
German M. E. Church, nwcrK and 8th sts. 
Gett W. A., saloon, K st, bet 10th and 11th ; Ey. 
GIBBS & HOLMES, iron, steel and coal, 49 and 51 J st. 
Gibbs Fred. A., Gibbs & Holmes, 49 and 51 J st ; res, cr N and 10th sts ; 

E I. 
Gibbs, Mrs J., -widow, res 244 2d st, bet P and Q ; Mass. 
Gibbs Thomas, steward, Haines, Ex, 322 J st. 
Gibbons Mrs Louisa, artist, No 8 2d st, bet I and J. 
Gibson Mary, grocery store, 1st st, Old Point Comfort ; res, same. 
Gibson G T., Barber, Front st, bet J and K ; rms 145 6th st; Baltimore. 
Gibson Wm., wagon maker, res e side 8th st, bet L and M. 
Gibson Moses, (col) porter, res, al bet J and K, 5th and 6th. sts, D 
Gibson, J C, carpenter and stair builder, res 208 L st; Iowa. 
Giamelli John, Stewart, Mansion House, cor I and 7th sts ; .res, Q st, bet 

i)th and 6th ; Eng. 
Gifford George, fireman, CPRB; bds City Hotel, 78 K st. 
Gifford George, machinist, bds Crescent City Hotel, 181 J st. 
Gilbert S C, teamster, bds William Tell House, cor 9th and J sts. 
Gilbert James, carpenter, rms 180 L st ; lnd. 
Gilbert B., brakeman, CPEE, rms 102 L st. 

Gilbert John W, Red Bluff boats, C S N Co ; 87 N st, bet 3d and 4th ; N Y. 
Giles A., (col) farmer, cr 24 and M sts. 

Gilday James, helper, CPE E Machine shop, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Gilday C, stoves and tinware, cr Front and Broad sts, opp. Sac Bridge. 
Gill Henry, blacksmith, bds 73 K st. 
Gillard John, laborer, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Gillen Wm., Chief Fire Department, collar maker, J st, bet 10th and 11th; 

res 9th, bet K and L. 
Gillig John, Gillig, Mott & Co, 53-5, J st, res, Virginia, Nev. 
GILLIG, MOTT & CO., stoves and tinnery, 53-5, J st. 
Gillespie Edward, blacksmith, CPEE workshop; bds cr 9th and D sts. 
Gilman Oscar, hackman ; res 154 2d st ; Penn. 
Gilman Lyman P, drayman ; res n side N st, bet Front and 2d. 
Gilman L S., hackman, No 154 2d st; res, same; Vt. 
Gilman James K., hackman, res, 162 2d st, cr N. 
Gilman M., olerk, Fuller & Heather, 28 K st; res n side N st, bet 1st 

and 2d. 
Gilman Charles H., dry goods, etc, 52 J st. 
Gilmer T W., atty-at-law, office 4th st, bet J and E ; res 72 7th st, south ; 

Penn. 
Gillis Chas., carpenter, res, n side L st, bet 12th and 13th ; Iowa. 
GILLIS D. , feed stable, 257 I st, cr 9th ; res 235 I st. 
Girard Chas., res 120 8th st, bet L and M ; France. 
Glacken M., gardener; res, 8th st, bet E and S. 
Glass James B., boatman ; address, 173 Front st. 
Glassford, E. B., res Old Levee, G and H, 6th and 7th ; Ireland. 
Glatz Fred, cabinet maker; res 108 L st; Prussia. 
Gleason Miss Ellen, chambermaid, Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
Gleason F., laborer; res, al, bet 6th and 7th, L and M sts 
Gleason Patrick, gas Utter; res, Fitzsimmona & Gleason, 104 K st. 



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GILLI&, IOTT & CO,, 



IMPOBTEBS AND DEALEBS IN 







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METALS, 

HARDWARE, 

mill and Kinlng Goods. 



AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



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Danford Atmospheric Lamp, 

Nos. 53 and 55 J Street, 



And Cor. of O and Taylor Streets, Virginia, Nevada, 



126 SACKAMENTO [Q-] CITT DIRECTORY. 

Gleeson Francis, pro Buss House, K at, bet 8th and 9th. 

Glenn H. J, stock dealer; res 23 12th st, bet H and I; Mo. 

GLOBE RESTAURANT, 39 K st. 

Glover Edwin, stone cutter, Aitken & Co, 131 K st ; res 7th st, bet 

and P. 
Glover J. T., house of Booth & Co, 17 Front st; bds Brannan House. 
Glover Geo. T., rms, 142 Q st, bet Front and 2d ; N Y 
Goddard A. F., teacher of music ; address Edwards & Co., s w cr 4th and 

J sts. , 

Goddard Alexander, teacher of French; res, St. George bldg, 4th st. 
Goddard Geo., machine sewer at Locke & Lavrenson's, 212 J st. 
Goddard Wm., gunsmith; res, Q st, bet 2d and 3d; Germany. 
Goepel Harmon, shoe maker, 216 J st ; res, n w cr 9th and lists. 
Goethe Rev. M., Pastor German Methodist church, cr 9th and K; res, 

141, in alley, bet I and J, 5th and 6th ; Germany. 
Goetz Henry, pro. Corral saloon, 83 3d st, bet K and L; rea, same; Ger. 
Godfrey Fred., steward Capital Hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th. 
Godfrey Joseph, col, waiter, Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Godoy Cruz, stevedore ; res, alley, N and O, Front and 2d ; Chili. 
Goggins R. E., apothecary at Bowman's, 262 J st ; res, n s Q st, bet 3d 

and 4th ; Baltimore. 
Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 

GOLDEN MORTAR drug store, 72 K st,'by Gates k Bro. 
Goldberg & Cohn, merchant tailors, 40 J st. 
GOODS J. C, atty at law, District Attorney, office 6th st, bet K and L ; 

res, s s L st, bet 9th and 10th. 



JAMES C. GOODS 






— AND 



DISTRICT A.TTORTSTEY. 



Practicing before the Supreme Court, the Courts of 
Sacramento and adjoining Counties. 

OFFICE— In Masonic Block, on 6th Street, bet. K and L., 



SACRAMENTO [ Gt ] CITY DIRECTORY. 127 

Goldberg A. (Goldberg & Cohn"); res, same. 

Goldschmith A., tailor at Elkus , cr 2d and J ; Germany. 

Gomeo Senora Calletana; res, alley, bet L and M, 4th and 5th ; Mexico. 

Gonzales Silvestre, pilot ; res, alley, bet M and N, 2d and 3d sts ; Chili. 

Gonzales Justio, stevedore ; res, Front st, bet O and P ; Chili. 

Gooley J. W., musician ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Goodell N. D., builder; res, nsO, bet 9th and 10th ; Mass. 

Goodspeed E. F., teaming in city; res, s w cr 11th and I sts. 

Goodwin John, dairyman*; res, block bet K and L, 30th and 31st sts. 

Goodwin Dr. T.; office over 49 J st ; N Y. 

Gonnet A., Mechanic's Saloon, 166 L st; res, same; France. 

Gordon A. C, house of Whitney & Co., 87 Front st ; res, 2d st, bet Nand 

O; Mass. 
Gordan W. H.; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st ; Scotland. 
Gordineer Geo., teaming ; bds Haines' Exchange, 322 J st ; Mich. 
Gorman Michael, laborer State Capitol ; res, 12th st, bet P and Q. 
Gorman James, CPER; res, w s 8th st, bet N and O, cr alley; Boston. 
Gorsline Wm., in Oregon at present; family res, s s I) st, bet 15th and 

16th. 
GOSS & L AMBAKD, Sacramento Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Go8s Leonard (Goss & Lambard); res, n w cr F and 11th sts; Me. 
Gossner B., billiard manufactory, 141 K st; res, 142 Oak av; Germany. 
Gosselin Joseph; res, 141 L st; Canada. 

Gotthold F., harness shop, 308 J st; res, 51 11th st, bet J and K; Ger. 
Gotthold Gustavus, elk at Wetzlar's, 46 4th st; Germany. 
Gottlieb S., pro. Golden Gate market, cr 7th and N ; res, same ; Germany. 
Gottlieb M., glazier ; bds City Hotel, 71 K st. 
Gottschalk Louis, elk at Stewart & Co.'s, 232 J st. 
Gottshow M., teaming CPER works, 4th and 5th, D and E sts. 
Gould H., laborer ; rms necrL and 7 th; Australia. 
Goulder John, laborer C P R E ; bds 216 K st ; Ireland. 
Gourlie Eobert, farmer ; bds International Hotel, 92 K st. 
GOYEE JAMES E., Gover's Sample Booms, 39 J st ; res, 413 H st, cr 

14th ; Ky. 
Grace Church, 8th st, bet I and J ; erected 1856. 
Grace Mrs. Mary, private boarding, 55 L st, bet 2d and 3d ; Ireland. 
Gracia Antonio, stevedore ; res, Front st, bet Q and E ; Texas. 
Gracia Alta % ; res, 72 L st, bet 3d and 4th ; Mexico. 
Grady John H., machinist, Sac Iron Works ; res, M st, bet 5th and 6th ; 

New York. 




SAMPLE ROOMS, 

39 J STREET, SACRAMENTO, 

WINES AND CORDIALS, Best Brands, 

WHISKY AND BRANDY, No. 1, 

CHOICE CIGARS; 

With all we are social, and can put up the desired Drink 
to order. jambs k. gover. 



12S SACRAMENTO [O] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Graf Paul, at Iser's, 149 K st ; Germany. 

Graff Andrew, laborer; res, w e 10th st, bet Q and R; Germany. 

Graff A., laborer, Sac Iron Works. 

Graf M., turner, 99 K st ; res, same ; Germany. 

Grafmueller Andrew, livery stable, 9th st, bet J and K; res, adjoining ; 

Germany. 
Graham John H., painter ; res, w e 6th st, bet L and M. 
Graham Mrs. M. J\; res, 6th st, bet L and M. 
Graham Miss Kate ; res, with mother, 6th st, bet L and M. 
Graham Andrew, machinist ; bds Mrs. Prentice, 52 K st. 
Graham A. J., compositor Union office, 49 3d st ; rms Antelope, 76 J st ; 

Kentucky. 
Graham Jos., civil engineer CERK; rms Clinton House, 119 3d st ; 111. 
Graham George, laborer ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 
Granderson Charles, bricklayer State Capitol ; bds 10th st, bet J and K ; 

Conn. 
GEANGER E., pro. Our Corner saloon, er J and 2d; res, same. 
Granger Charles C, bar keeper, cr J and 2d sts. 
Granger W. C, cr J and 2d sts. 
Grant Miss Adelaide ; res, 6th st, bet J and K. 

Grant J. W., machinist; bds What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 
Grant John G., laborer; bds 17 S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Gratz Frederick, cabinet maker; res, 108 L st; Prussia. 
Graves 1. H., master mechanic, CPRE shop ; res, No 18, 6th st, south. 
Graves A. W., bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Graves John, carpenter, bds Mechanic Exchange, 24 I st. 
Graves J. O., bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Graves A. M., carpenter ; res, 178 N st, bet 6th and 7th ; Me. 
Graves John S., teamster; bds Atlantic hotel, cr 12th and 1 sts; Mo. 
Gray James, res, s side K st., bet 16th and 1 7th ; teamster. 
Gray John, at Pacific stable, 2d st, bet K and L ; res, al, bet L and M, 3d 

and 4th sts. 
Gray Dan'l, carpenter; res, 137, al, bet I and J, 5th and 6th sts; Scotland 
Gray D. L., carpenter, shop 48 3d st. 

Gray Levi, carpenter ; res, 206 O st, bet 7th and 8th ; Penn. 
Gregg Geo., engineer, S V II R; res, 15 Empire bldg, 22 K st. 
Gregory Mrs. Susan, widow ; res, 307 I st, bet 10th and llth ; Mo. 
Gregory J., produce dealer, 26 J st ; res, same; La. • 

Greely Phillip, at Conboie's, 112 J st ; bds City Hotel, 73 Kst. 
Greely G. W., works OPRR shop ; res, 178 G st, bet 6th and 7th ; N 1. 
Green Robert, Klebitz & Green's saloon, 4th st, bet J and K ; res, 4th st, 

bet I and J ; Germany. 
GREEN & TRAIN OR, Empire market, 24 K st. 
Green Christopher, Green & Trainor; res, 46 M st, bet 2d and 3d. 
Green John, locomotive engineer C P R R ; res 149 2d st ; Penn. 
Green John S., fisherman ; res, 87 L st, bet 3d and 4th ; Tenn. 
Green John, laborer ; res, N st, bet Front and 2d ; Penn. 
Green E. H., Nevada; family res, at American laundry, Slater's Addition; 

Conn. 
Green G. W., compositor, Union office, 49 3d st; rms Reads Block, cr 3d 

and J sts. 
Green Edward, laborer; C P R R works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts. 
Greenebaum A., cigars and tobacco, 73 Front st and 186 J st; res, San 

Francisco. 
GreenhoodM., forwarding and commission merchant, 73 Front st. 



SACRAMENTO [Q] CITY DIRECTORY. 



129 



Greenlaw J. W., res, 13th st, bet G and H ; 111. 

Greer H. B., musician; res, 113 4th st, bet L and M; Mo. 

Greer John, res, 44 M st, bet 2d and 3d ; Mo. 

Grey Mrs. L., res, al, bet O and P, 4th and 5th sts. 

Gribble H., Wm. Joseph & Co., family grocery and market, cr 12th and 

E sts. A 

Grider John, laborer ; res, al, bet 3d and 4th, M and N sts. 
Griffin Jos. H., fireman, CPRfi; bds cr L and 18th sts ; N T. 
Greisel Jacob, saddlery, 314 J st, cr 11th ; res, same ; St. Louis. 
Griffith Samuel J., driver for Caduc, ice and coal, 43 3d st; rms in Lady 

Adams bldg, 15 K st. 
Griffith James A., wheelwright, at Blessing's, cr 11th and J sts. 
GEIFFITTS J. T., Deuel, Griffitts & Co., 248 J st ; res, s s H st, bet 11th 

and 12th ;NJ. 
Griffith E. B., teaming, CPRR works, bet 4th and 6th, D and B. 
Griffith Edward, Clayton & Griffith, family grocery, cr 6th and M sts ; res 



same; Ireland. 



Griffith Mrs. A., 379 K st. 

Griffith B. W., teamster, res, s w crL and 14th sts; Iowa. 

Griffits Jos. T., conductor CPRRj res, 82 N st, bet 3d and 4th; Penn. 

Griffith Charles, at Hunt & Anderson's M st, near Front; bds What 

Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Grimes A., carpenter, shop 5th st, cr al, bet J and K; res, s e cr 12th and 

P sts ; Ohio. 
Grimes Stanley, elk; res, seer 12th and P sts; Ohio. 
Grinlich Chas., upholsterer, Breuner & Co.'s, 170 K st. 
Grinnell Mrs Martha, dressmaker, 150 L st ; res, same ; Boston. 
Griswold J. M., clerk for Friend & Terry, 140 2dst; bds International 

Hotel, 90 K st ; Wis. 
Groce Mrs. M. A., near cr 12th and I sts. 
Grorso Chas., laborer, Sac Iron Works, I st. 
Groth Herman, pro. Atlantic Hotel, cr I and 12th sts; Prussia. 
Gross J., clothing, 44 J st; res, same; Poland. 

Gropher Fred., Major & Gropher, cr G and 17th sts ; res, same; Germany. 
Gruobs Albert, col, laundry; res, 177 4th st, bet N and O; Ky. 
Gruhler Elias, son of Jacob Gruhler, res, 14 6th st, I and J. 
GJRUHLER JACOB, lager beer saloon, 6th st, bet J and K; res No 14 6th 

st, bet I and J ; Germany. 
Guinean J., bysterman, Arcade restaurant ; res, same ; Canada. 



JACOB GRUHLER, 






Sixth Street, between J and Z, 

SACRAMENTO. 



Lager Beer of the First Quality. | Customers Promptly attended to.. 

DEPOT OF COLUMBUS BREWERY. 

17 



130 SACRAMENTO [G] CITY DIRECTORY. 

GRUHLER E. & C, proprietors Columbus brewery, Nob 482 and 484 K 

8t j both reside there, and came from Germany. 
GUINEAS THOS., pro. Arcade restaurant and saloon, 2d at, bet J and 

K; Canada. 
Gutin Erastus, blacksmith, shop 5 Front st; res, 54 M st. 
Gumey C. W., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Gusman Mattiaa, stevedore ; res, 197 Front st, bet O and P ; Mexico. 
Gntieros Juan, works on wood barges; res, al, bet O and P, Front and 

2d sts; Mexico. 
Guth Geo., grocery, 256 M st, cr 9th; res, same; Germany. 
Guthrie J. J., bar keeper, sample rooms, cr 6th and K sts ; res, 211 L st. 
Guthrie A. B., elk at Woodward's, 144 J st. 

Gutenberger W., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
GWYNN, WM., H.T.Holmes & Co., 78 6th st; res, 82 6th st, betKsnd 

L sts. 
Gwinn D. it., Gwinn & Bibbins, Branch saloon, 119 K st. 



Corner of K and Sixteenth Streets, 

SACRAMKRITO, 

E. & G. G-RTJHLER, Proprietois. 



ARCADE OYSTER SALOON AND CHOP HOUSE, 

-fc f~\ 8BCOND STREET, Bet. J and K, |^^ 

^MMr (NeiI door to Supreme Court;) Jj 

^^ SACRAMENTO. 

$tot Wm% gtyuw, $4Wf (Bptm t Mt. t (Sit. 

Agency of POTTER & Co., Oyster Dealers, San Francisco. 
se-O YSTERS AT WHOLESALE ."«• 

Families Supplied. Orders Delivered to any part of the City. 

THOS. GUINEAN. 



SACBAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY, 181 



H Street M. B. Church North, bet 11th and 12th sts. 

Habal Mrs. Eliza, widow ; res, north side 2d st, bet M and N. 

Habal H. E., clerk, J. C. Bippon & Co., s w cr 9th and J sts. 

Haberkorn W., merchant tailor, 25 J st; bds International hotel, 90 Est. 

Haberer Mace, painter ; bds St. Louis hotel, 255 J st ; Germany. 

Hackney Mrs. E. N., with mother, 167 N st, bet 6th and 7th. 

Hackett Jesse, col, attends to offices and private rooms; res, alley, bet E 

and L, 2d and 3d sts; Penn. 
Had wick Wm.; res, Valley Exchange Saloon, Front st, bet M and N. 
Hagadorn D. T., book keeper, Treadwell, 43 J st. 
Hagelstein Mrs. M., widow ; res, 190 7th st, bet L and M. 
Hagen Mrs. Louis Z., widow ; res, 336 H st ; Germany. 
Hagely S., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d, 
Hague Thomas, vegetable dealer ; res, s e cr G and 15th sts ; Eng. 
Hahn Jos., apothecary at Henry C. Kirk's, 114 J st. 
HAINES G., Justice of the Peace, office 4th st, bet J and E; res, cr 7th 

and H sts. 
Haines' Exchange, hotel, 322 J st. 
Haines George, wagon maker at Dan Brown's, 278 E st, bet 9th and 10th; 

Penn. 
Haines Wm., teaming, Bauquiers, 182 E st. 
Haire John ; bds Western hotel, 43 E st. * 

Hale John, day clerk, International hotel, 92 E st. 
Hale Fred., baker, Empire Bakery, J st, bet 10th and 11th ; res, e side 9th 

st, bet E and L ; Germany. 
Hall G. C, dry goods, 189 J st; res, 201 N st; Mich. 
Hall John, painter and grainer; res, L st, bet 13th and 14th. 
Hall James, driver express wagon ; res, w side 4th st, bet N and O ; Mich. 
Hall Henry, painter; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, N and O sts; Eng. 
Hall Wm., painter ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, N and O sts ; Eng. 
Hall J. W., painter ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, N and O sts ; Eng. 
Hall John, apprentice Bee office ; res, 75 L st. 

Hall Francis L., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st; res, 56 L st; Maine. 
Hall E.; bds What Cheer house, cr E and Front st. 
Hall Oliver A., pattern maker, Sac Iron Works I st, bet Front and 2d ; 

res, G st, bet 10th and 11th ; Me. 
Hall J. H.; res, 56 7th st, bet G and H ; Me. 
Hall O. A.j mechanic, CPER work shop, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts; 

res, G st, bet 10th and 11th ; Me. 
Hall James, boiler maker, C P B E works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts ; 

bds Mineral Point, 173 J st. 
Hall George, bricklayer ; bds City hotel, 73 E st. 

Haley Michael, laborer, State Capitol ; res, 9th st, bet T and IT ; Ireland. 
Haley Maurice ; res, south sicje J st, bet 16th and 17th. 



132 SACBAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Haley Cornelius J., laborer; res, 234 6th «t, bet P and Q ; Mo. 
Halley J. C, clerk, Golden Eagle hotel, nwcr 7th and K sts. 
Halloran Michael, laborer ; res, Front st, bet P and Q ; Ireland. 
Halpin Thomas, laborer, C P B K works, bet 4th and 6th, D and B sts ; 

res, N st, bet 2d and 3d ; Ireland. 
Halpin John, machinist, State Capitol; res, 246 M st, bet 8th and 9th; N Y. 
Halpin John, J., clerk for Baker & Hamilton, 11 J st; bds Orleans hotel, 

2d st, bet J and K ; NY. 
HALSBY W. H. ; grocery, cr L and 2d sts; res, M st, bet 5th and 6th; 

N Y. 
Ham Patrick, laborer ; res, south side O st, bet 5th and 6th ; Ireland. 
Ham Edward A. , compositor, Union office, 49 3d st ; res, 9th st, bet L 

and M ; N H. 
Ham Wm., at Polhemus' drug store, 192 J st. 

Hamann C. H., pro. Barnum restaurant, 2d st, cr alley; bet J and K. 
Haman John, at C. Weisels, 218 L st ; Germany. 
Hambleton F., col, waiter, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
Hamblin Geo., city tapper; rms 41 8th st, south; Conn. 
Hamburg Saloon, No. Ill K st. 
Hamburger B. & Co., dry goods, 91 J st. 
Hamburger B.; res, San Francisco. 
Hamilton Hall, over 107 K st. 

Hamilton W. B., student at law with J. C. Goods; res, 332 F st; Ohio. 
Hamilton T. P.; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Hamilton Mrs. A. F , lodging house, 233 J st, cr 8th. 
HAMILTON C, & J. C. KEENAN, Bank Exchange Saloon, n w cr K 

and 2d sts. 
Hamilton Kobert, house Baker & Hamilton ; Scotland. 
Hamilton George, clerk, Hamilton & Baker, No 11J st. 
Hamilton Andrew S., apprentice, Russell & Winterburn ; res, 7th st, bel 

N and O. 
Hamilton Frank L., waiter, Orleans hotel, 2d st, bet J and K; W I. 
Hamilton Mrs.* H., widow ; res, 176 3d st, bet N and ; Eng. 
Hamilton Lorenzo, C K Daugherty & Co., 7 Front st; also Collector of 

customs at the port of Sacramento ; res, No. 4 6th st, north. 
Hamilton E. R., City Assessor ; office City Water Works. 
Hammer Jj. K., Jewelry and Music, 230 J st ; res, 334 I st, bet 11th and 

12th. 



BANK EXCHANGE SALOON, 

CEARLET HAMILTON & J. C. KEENAN, Prap'n 

Northwest corner of Second and K Streets, 

S AOE A.ME]SrTO • 



Eminently sound on the Social, and a happy turn of mind in giv- 
ing our patrons the Genuine Article. 



SACRAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY. 133 

Hammer P. H., of Hammer & Keber, 17 and 19 K st. 

HAMMER & KEBER, Produce Merchants. 17 and 19 E at. 

Hammer H. S., clerk, Bowman, 262 J st. 

Hammill Thomas; res, 209 4th st, bet O and I* ; Ireland. 

Hammond D., clerk C P R R machine shop ; res, 78 M st. 

Hammond C. A., compositor, Crocker, 42 J st; res, Sycamore st, Slater's 

Addition. 
Hammond Mrs. L. A.; res, Sycamore st, Slater's Addition ; Conn. 
Hammond Wm. D., machinist, C P R R shop, bet 4th and 6th, D and E 

sts; bds at O A Hall's, G st, bet 10th and 11th ; Me. 
Hammond John 0., apprentice C P R R machine shop, bet 4th and 6th, 

D and E sts ; bds Sycamore st ; Conn. 
Hammond Thomas C, carpenter ; res, west side 4th st, bet Q and R ; 111. 
Hammond C. H., wine maker; bds cr 8th and Msts; Penn. 
Haner & Henderson, groceries, s w cr 4th and K sts. 
Haner N. B., Haner & Henderson, grooery, s w cr 4th and K sts ; rms St. 

George bldg ; Iowa. 
HANSBROW THOMAS, Stoves and Hardware, 49 K st ; res, 7th st, bet 

G and H ; 111. 
Hanlan Peter, boatman ; res, 173 Front st. 

HANLON JAMES, pro. Congress Hall Saloon, 112 J st; res, rear same. 
Hannan Owen, proprietor saloon, 89 K st. 

Hannnm James, carpenter, C S N Co.; rms St. George bldg, 4th st, cr K. 
Hannebery Patrick, laborer; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Hanchey Frank, laborer, bds TJ S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
HANCHE HENRY, family grocery, cor N and 4th sts; res, same ; 

Germany. 
Hansen Anders, cabinet maker, Breuner & Co, 170 K st; res, same; 

Norway. 
Hansen Otto, cutter, at Elkus', cr J and 2d sts ; res 4th and N ; Norway. 
Harahan M., builder ; res, 11th st, bet O and P ; N Y. 
Harbison J. S., res n w cr 9th and N sts. 
Hardesty T. D., teamster ; res, 14th st, bet H and I. 
Harding Joshua ; res, cr 17th and D sts ; Mass. 
Hardy J. P., family res, F st, bet 12th and 13th ; Ky. 
Hardy J. B,, tinner, Van Every's, 110 K st ; Mass. 
Harper James, employee C P K R; rms, 214 L st, bet 7th and 8th ; N Y. 
Harper TVm. H., (col) cleans rooms ; res, 18 L st, bet Front and 2d; Md. 
Hark ins John, wheelwright, Pike & Young, s e cr 4th and L sts; res, same. 
HAHKNESS H. W., M. D., office Sazerac bldg, cr J and 2d sts; bds Or- 

leans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K ; Mass. 
Harkins Jno , blacksmith, McGuires, 148 K st. 
Harkin Patrick, at N L Drew's, cr M and 2d sts ; bds Brooklyn Hotel, 

85 Front st.. 
Harlow Jas. E., machine sewer, Locke & Lavenson's, 212 J st. 
Harmon Chas., (col) barber, 7, Kst; Miss. 
Harned Abby, res, O st, bet 12th and 13th ; N Y. 
Harry John, Gardener, M st, bet 5th and 6th ; Germany. 
Harrey Thomas, bottled beer, K st, above 7th ; Ireland. 
Harrington Thos., at Paine's, 140-2, K st ; Ireland. 
Harity J. E., Sacramento Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 
Harrington Stephen, engineer; res, E side 6th st, bet Q and R; Vt. 
Hanigan Thos., plasterer, s w cr K and 13th sts; Iowa. 
Harrigan James, family grocery, s e cr 5th and O sts ; Ireland. 
Harrington Thos. W., bricklayer State Capitol, bds cr 8th and L sts ; N Y. 



134 SACRAMENTO [ EC ] CITY DIRECTOBT. 

Karris L. B., elk Sec State's office ; res, 7th st, bet G- and fl, e side, 

Harris, D. & Co., clothing, 98 J st; res, same ; Germany. 

Harris Len., res, n w cr 8th and O sts; M Y. 

Harris Hiram, works CPBE shop, cr D and 6th sts ; res, cr H and 6th ; 
Virginia. 

Harris C. H., col, corpenter, bds 112 5th et, bet L and M; Canada. 

Harris W., rme 218, M st, bet 7th and 8th ; Canada. 

Harris Henry, col, porter, Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K ; Tenn. 

Harris James, waiter, Orleans Hotel, 2d at, bet J and K ; Boston. 

Harris A. A., blacksmith, at Woods', BZ st, bet 7th and 8th ; Md. 

HARRIS JOSEPH, pro R R Exchange Saloon, or K and 8d sts, Odd Fel- 
lows' bldg ; res, same ; Prussia. 

Harris James, laborer, bds IT. S. Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Harris R. H., carriage painter, at Mason's, 3d st. bet I and J. 

Harrison Miss Fannie, res, 208 2d st, bet O and P. 

Harrison, J. F., Book keeper, Telegraph House, 364 J st ; Wis. 

Harrison Mrs. L., res, 208 2d st, bet O and P. 

Harrison Thomas, CSS Co., bds What Cheer, cor K and Front sts. 

Harrison, E., res, n w cr W and 10th sts. 

Harrison Alexander, steward City Hotel, 73 ]£ Bt - 

Harrison Theodore, C PEE round Honse, bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

Harroll Daniel, at Friend & Ferry's, 140 2d st ; bds U 8 Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Harrow Saml., at Yeakles', 79 K st. 

Harrow, Cabinet Maker, Quin's, 111 J st; Penn. 

Hart Albert, Deputy State Librarian, Hastings' block, aw cr J and 2d sts; 
res 92, P st. 






Comer of K and Third Streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 



JOE HARRIS, - - - PROPRIETOR. 



Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars, 



SACRAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY. 135 

Hart B. S., res, 267 H st. 

Hart Patrick, teamster, Baaquier, 182 K st. 

Hartig J. B., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st, bet Front and 2d. 

Hartig Oscar, painter, at Breuner & Co., 170 K st; Germany. 

Hartley John, drayman, at Chesley's, 51 Front st ; res, e side 8th, bet P 

and Q sts. 
HAKTLEY H. H., atty-atlaw, office over 39, J st; res n e cr F and 11th; 

Bngland. 
Hartman John, dyer, 206 J st, bet -7th and 8th ; N. Y. 
HAETMAN Gt. PHIL., Oriental market, 114 K st. 

Hartman John, butcher, Baltimore market, 218 L st ; res, same; Germany. 
Hartnell Catherine, chambermaid Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
Hartwell C. E., telegraph operator, OPRE passenger depot ; rms s e cr 

'N and 6th sts. 
Hartwell C. N., sash and blind maker, cr Q and Front sts ; res, 183 2d st, 

bet N and O. 
Harvey Geo. H., policeman ; res, 13th st, bet F and G; Maine. 
Harvey Mrs M C., res, 13th st, bet F and G; Maine. 
Harvey S. D., res, B st, bet 6th and 7th ; N. B. 
Harvey Mrs. B. S., widow ; ,res, al, bet F and G, 6th and 7th. 
Harvey Michael, laborer, bds at U. S. Hotel, 65 Front st. 
Harwood Chas., blacksmith at Eobertson*s, cr K and 8th sts. 
Harwood Robert, at Rebertson's, cr 8th and K sts; rms 223 J st. 
Hasbrock Chas., col, at Lee Stanley's, 308 K st. 
Haskell J. E., clerk, at Gilman's, 52 J st; Mass. 
HASTINGS B. F. & CO., bankers, s w cr 2d and J sts. 



B. F, HASTINGS & CO., 

SACRAMENTO, OAL. 



« m»m i 



EXCHANGE FOR SALE. 

Collections made on Reasonable Terms. Gold and Sil- 
ver Bullion Bought and Sold. Gold Dust received 
for assay or coinage at the U. S. Mint. Advan- 
ces made on good security. Deposits received 
in Gold and U. S. Currency. Government 
and other Bonds and Legal Tenders 
Bought and Sold, and a 

GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 



136 SACRAMENTO [ HE ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Haselbach T., saloon, 196 K st; res, same ; Germany. 

HASSELGREN & WILSON, furniture, 57 J st. 

Hasselgren H. W. (Hasselgren & Wilson), 57 J st. 

Hasenberg M., fruit store, 110 J st ; res, same. 

Hastings B. F., house of B. F. Hastings & Co., s w cr 2d and J sts; res, s 

wcrO and 3d sts ; Penn. 
Hastings B. F., Jr. J at s w cr J and 2d; Miss. 
Hastings E. F.> baker ; res, alley, bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 
Hasty C. L.; res, Water st, American riv add. 
Haswell Dr. C. S.; office K st, near 6th ; res, 63 9th st, cr G. 
Haswell Geo. C; rms Fourth Avenue House, cr L and 4th sts. 
Haswell F. B., atty at law, Garwood's bldg ; res, 63 9th st, cr G. 
Hazard Dr. A. A., office 166 2d st; res, same; E I. 
Hatch W. O., book binder; res, alley, bet I and J, 2d and 3d; Me. 
Hatch N. V.; res, 238 I st, bet 8th and 9th ; N Y. 
Hatch John, watch maker, 59 2d st ; res, 111 3d st ; Ohio. 
HATCH Dr. F. W., office 128 J st ; res, s s H, bet 8th and 9th; Va. 
Hatch R. G. of Burke & Hatch, 182 J st 
Hatch Wilson, machinist, rms 2d floor, 21 J st ; Canada. 
Hatfield Lewis, watchmaker at Wachhorst's, 71 J st; rms Empire bldg! 

K st, bet Front and 2d * * 

Hathaway Andrew, upholsterer; res, s w cr 12th and O sts. 
Hauch Philip, brickmason ; bds International Hotel, 90 K st ; St. Louis. 
Hausman J., grape vine dealer; res, secrK and 16th sts. 
Hausman H.; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 

Hawk Samuel, general work CPRE; res, below Washington, Yolo co. 
HAWKS JAMES, wool and hides, 116 K st ; res, same. 
Hawks Capt. Adam ; res, s e cr N and 3d sts ; Penn. 
Hawkins James, blacksmith, at Shingle Springs ; fam. res, 372 K st. 
Hawkins W. L., address, State Library, cr 2d and J sts. 
Hawkins Samuel, teaming C P R R; res, 248 I st, bet 8th and 9th ; Mo. 
Hawkins Reuben, col, vends vegetables ; res, 231 6th st, bet P and Q. 
Hawkins W. P., teamster for Turton & Knox; res, I st, bet 8th and 9th. 
Hawley Augustus S., boot maker, 17 Front st ; res, same. 
Hawley J. &, teaming over mountains ; bds at Mrs. Stevenson's, 10 st, 

bet H and I. 
HAYDEN C. C, Conveyancer and Insurance agent, office 17 J ; res, same. 
Hayden Mrs. A. M., widow ; res, 223 I st, cr 8th. 
Hayden Miss Fannie C; res, 113 4th st, bet L and M ; Ohio. 
Hayden Mrs. D. S.; res, 102 L st, bet 4th and 5th. 
Hays Benj., Theater Comique, 5th st, bet K and L; bds City Hotel. 
Hays Edward, baker at Black & Bros, 83 Front st ; NY. 
Hays M. D., at Friend & Terry's, 140 2d st; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Hayton Jesse, Eagle boot store, 74 J st. 

Hayton George M., Eagle boot store, 74 J st ; res, same ; Eng. 
Hayton Jesse, Eagle boot store, 74 J st ; res, 247 3d st, bet P and Q; 

England. 
Heacock E. H., atty at law, office St. George bldg, 4th st. 
Healy P., at Washington Bakery, 81 3d st ; bds City Hotel, 73 K St. 
Healy Andrew, shoemaker at Hillebrand's, 177 K st. 
Healey Patrick J., machinist C P R R work shop ; rms 56 L st, bet 2d 

and 3d ; Mass. 
Heard John ; res, n s N st, bet 9th and 10th ; Mo. 
Heard Thomas ; res, n s N st, bet 9th and 10th ; Mo. 
Heather S. (Fuller & Heather), 28 K st; res, N Y city. 



SACRAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY. 137 

Heath J. R., at L. K. Hammer's, 230 J st ; res, 6 st, bet 10th and 11th ; 

Illinois. 
Heber Mrs. F. L.; music teacher; bds 186 2d st, bet N and O. 
Hector John, pro. Lafayette saloon 78 K st ; res, 202 P st ; Prussia. 
Hector Oswald, bar keeper Lafayette saloon, 78 K st ; res, 202 P st. 
HEDENBERG W. A. & CO., wagon material, 235 J st; N J. 
Hedenberg J. C. , res, G st, bet 7th and 8th. 
Hedrick Wm., Bohl &Hedrick, 289 J st; res, same; N Y. 
Hedge Patrick, boatman ; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Hefferman Arthur, musician ; res, 81 2d st. 
Heide Henry, at C. Weisel's, 215 L st ; res, same ; Germany. 
HEILBRON A. & BRO., Grocery and Market, 177 3d st, bet N and O. 
Heilbron Adolphus, Heilbron & Bro., 177 3d st, bet N and ; res, 189 3d 

st, cr O. 
Heilbron August, Heilbron & Bro., 177 3d st, bet N and ; res, 189 3d 

st, cr 0. 
Heilbron Fred., carpenter, C P R R ; rm I bet 6th and 7th ; Germany. 
Heim Jacob, boot maker, 45 3d st ; Germany. 
Hein Louis, cook at St. Louis house, 255 J st. 
Heinrich Charles, porter, International hotel, 90 K st. 
Heinrich Charles, family grocery, 67 L st, cr 3d ; res, same ; Germany. 
Heipp Jacob, elk, Charles Heinrich, 67 L st; res, same; Germany. 
HEINTZ J., barber, 71 K st ; res, 106 L st. 
Heisch George C, coffee factory, n w cr I and 10th sts; res, n e cr I and 

10th sts. 
Heisch August, grocery and Washington Market, s w cr M and 2d sts; 

res, 28 M st ; Mo. 
Heisen Charles, Capitol saloon, cr I and 7th sts. 
Heldery Vitus, C P E R ; res Western hotel, K st, bet 2d and 3d. 
Hemmingway Augustus, carpenter; rms Clinton house, 119 3d st; Me. 
Hemenway A. B., up-river boats C S N Co.; res, 178 N st; Me. 
Henderson W. A., of Haner & Henderson, cr K and 4th sts. 
Hendricks Thos. A., elk, Boston drug store, cr J and 3d st ; 111. 
Henly Archibald, brick mason; res, 209 M st; Va. 
Henly Oscar, bricklayer; 209 M, bet 7th and 8th sts ; Mo. 
Hennegan Sylvester, laborer, Cisco ; family res, 111 in al, bet L and M, 

4th and 5th sts. ; Mass. 
Henevery Andrew, elk, O'Connell, & Co., 83 J st; Ireland. 
Hennery Robert, bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Hennesy Miss Helen, chamber maid, Orleans Hotel, 2d st, bet J and K 
Hennessey P. J., family grocery, 115 4th st, bet L and M sts ; Conn. 
Hennessee Jas. laborer, res e side 9th st, bet M and N" ; Phila. 
Henuesee Mrs. Ellen, widow; res, e side 9th st, bet M and N. 
Henry Patrick, book keeper at City Hotel, 72 K st. 
Henry T. H, laborer res,' 12th st, bet B and C. 
Heppe Nicholas, elk, Bellmer& Co, 278 J st; Germany. 
Heppe Jacob, res, 12th st, bet D and E ; Germany. 
Heppe John, elk, E. Devlin's grocery, cr 4th and M sts; Germany. 
Hepworth James, tailor, bds Crescent City, 181 J st. 
Hereford John, res 13th st, bet J and K. 
Herel Dan'l, laborer, State Capitol ; bds cr 8th and M sts. 
Hermance L. S., drayman, Wbitney & Co., 89 Front st ; res, same ; N Y. 
Hergardt Mrs. Margaret, at F. Mier's, cr 6th and I sts. 
Hernandes Mrs. Francisco, widow; res, al, N andO, £d and 3d sts; Mez 
HERN DON WM. L., brick mason; res, n w cr 8th and Q sts; Va. 

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138 SACRAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY, 

Herrin A. H., harness maker, 91 K st; bds What Cheer, cr Front and K. 
Herring David T., pressman at Crocker & Co.'s ; res, 131 Fst; N Y. 
Hersum Z. K., job carpenter, 53 11th st, bet G and H. 
Hertlein Matthew, at Washington Bakery, 81 3d st ; Germany. 
Hervagault Emel, works Lambard flour mills, I st, bet Front and 2d; res, 

in alley, No 137, bet 1 and J, 5th and 6th ; France. 
HERZOGG P., Boston Market, cr L and 2d ; res, 59 L st ; Ohio. 
Hess & Hopkins, pro. Orleans saloon, 2d st, bet J and K. 
Hess Joseph F. (Hess & Hopkins), Orleans saloon, 2d st, bet J and K ; 

res, 203 2d st, bet O and P ; Germany. 
Hess Elias, CPRB; res, 21 7th st, bet H and I ; Penn. 
Hess John, tinner at Kellogg' s, 243 J st. 
Hewitt Geo. F., waiter Western Hotel, 43 K st; England. 
Heyman Arnold, music teacher; res, 182 I st; N Y. 
Heyman J., Jr., jewelry, 136 J st ; res, same. 
Heyum H., fancy goods, necrL and 7th sts ; Prussia. 
Hickey T., laborer CPEE works, cr 4th and D sts. 
Hickey John W., steward Union Restaurant, 226 J st, cr 8th ; Conn. 
Hickey Edward, steward Fountain House, 298 J st ; Ireland. 
Hickey Edward, bootmaker at Hillebrand's, 177 K st ; res, O st, bet 6th 

and 7th. 
Hickey John, apprentice Union Foundry, 171 Front st; bds What Cheer; 

!New York. 
Hickok L. L., carriage painter ; res, alley bet H and I, 6th and 7th ; N Y. 
H1CKOK H. D., printer Union office ; res, s s O st, bet 3d and 4th ; N Y. 
Hickmanns Franz, barkeeper; res, on 28th and M sts ; Germany. 
Hickman Peter L., paper carrier ; res, 232 7th st, bet P and Q ; Pa. 
Hickman Peter J., col ; res, n w cr 8th and D sts. 
Hickman Alonzo, tinner, Van Every's, 110 K st; Mo. 
Hicks B. A., laborer CPRB works, bet 4th and 5tb, D and E sts. 
Hicks Edward, CSNCo Lark ; res, 6 Water st. 
Hidgens M., laborer CPEJR works, bet D and E, 4th and 6tb sts. 
Hiegel Mrs. Johanna, 18 2d st. 
Higgins E. E., photographer, BeaFs Gallery, 111 J st. 
Higgins W. H., elk C P R R depot ; res, 234 2d st, bet P and Q. 
Higgins Matthew, laborer ; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K. 
Higgins Martin, boiler maker at Anderson's, cr Front and M sts; res, 64 

3d st. 
Higgins John, at Bower's brick yard ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Higgins Michael, laborer ; bds U 8 hotel, 55 Front st. 
Higginson Thomas, paper carrier ; rms in alley bet J and K, 2d and 3d ; 

Canada. 
HILL WM. H., Rector Grace Church and Supt. City Schools, office over 

189 J st; res, swcrl and 8th sts. 
Hill Rev. John B., Pres. Elder Sac. Dist ; res, n s H st bet 11th and 12th; 

New Jersey. 
Hill Thomas E., boot black at barber shop 188 E st. 
Hills E. J., teaming, St. Louis stable, cr 9th and I sts. 
Hill F., laborer; bds International hotel, 92 K st. 

Hilbert Martin, machinist, Sac Iron Works ; res, E st bet 18th and 14th. 
Hilbert Henry, col, boot black, Latham's bldg, 53 J st. 
Hillier T., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Hillebrand C, moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Hillebrand A., boot manufactory, 177 Est; res, 209 L st; Germany. 
Hilsee J. W., foreman of masons at State Capitol; bds cr 8 th and L; Pa. 



J 



SACRAMENTO [ EC ] CITY DIRECTORY. ISO 

N 
■ 1 

HILL JOSEPH, carriage and wagon maker, 391 J st; res, s w cr J and 

14th st8 ; Me. 
Hilsman B. K, printer; rms 76 J st; Ga. 

Hilton Charles, blacksmith, No 5 7th st bet I and J; bds 205 I st. 
Hiltyer John, carriage smith at Bernard's cr 6th and L ; res, cr 6th and 

M sts ; Phil. 
Hilyer Theodore, blacksmith at Goss & Lambard's, I st bet Front and 2d; 

rms 56 L sb; Penn. 
Himrod O. W\, grain merchant, Front st'; res, or 4th and L. 
Hing Tie, wash shop, Sazerac bldg, 2d st bet I and J. 
Hinkson A. C; res, 307 H st bet 10th and 11th ; Mo, 
Hinman Leroy, at Meussdorffer's, 125 J st. 
Hinman Eev. J. M.; res, 105 P st; N Y. 
Hintch Michael, porter at Kellogg's, 243 J st. 
Hermson John, teaming; res, 305 I st bet 10th and Ilth. 
Hirst John, vegetable dealer ; res, s w cr J and 17th sts. 
Hitchqock Thomas; res, s w cr K and 8th sts. 
Hitscherich Frank, 223 K st ; res, 326 H st ; Germany. 
Hoag I. K., Secretary Agricultural Society; res, Washington, lolo co. 
Hoagland Mrs. E. C. ; res, 12 8th st bet H and I. 
Hoagland A. G.; res, 12 8th st bet H and I. 

Hobbie J. E., book keeper for Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 176 and 178 J st. 
HOBBY & POTTER, commission merchants, 58 J st. 
Hobby W. H. (Hobby & Potter), 58 J st ; res, s w cr 11th and G; Conn. 
Hobson Thomas, elk What Cheer house, cr K and Front ; England. 
Hockwell Peter, Commodore house, cr P and Front sts ; Ireland. 






(Successor to RIPPON & HILL,) 

PIONEER 



CARRIAGE AND WAGON 




North Side J Street, between 13th and 14th, 



*«0MWW*MM0tB 



Wagons and Carriages of all kinds Constantly on Hand and 

Made to Order. 



140 SACBAHENTO [ EC ] CUT DIBECTOHT. 

Hodge Matthew, laborer State Capitol ; res, N at bet 10th and 11th j Ire. 

Hod son Robert, night elk International hotel, 92 K at. 

Hoehn Jacob, Plaza saloon, 286 J at ; res, s e cr 13th and L sts. 

Hoehn Wm., bar keeper at Plaza saloon, 286 J at ; res, same. 

Hoeckel Henry, barber shop 220 J at ; rea, O Bt bet 6th and 7th; P»4 

Hoffal Peter, laborer; rea, cr 10th and O eta. 

Hoffman Dr. A. J., office over Gates & Bro'a, cr 6th and J. 

Hoffman A., shoe maker at J. Eenffa, 180 J at. 

Hoffman John, at Booth & Co.'a;' bda Ebner hotel, 18 K at. 

Hoffman George, harness maker at Stoll's, 172 K st; Germany. 

Hoffman G ., saddler ; bda St Louia hotel, 255 J at. 

Hogan John, laborer; bda U S hotel, 55 Front at. 

Hogan Michael, blacksmith at round house CPKE; bds cr 8th and M ; 

Ireland. 
Hogan John, marble cutter at Aitken & Co.'a, 131 K at. 
Hogan Mat., stone cutter CP11K round house; bds City hotel 73 K St. 
Hogle J. B., job carpenter ; res, F st bet 6th and 7th ; Vt. 
Hohn J., Bowling alley, 42 K st; res, same; Ohio. 
Hoit C. W., of Hunter & Co., 43 2d st ; rea, cr 9th and Y. 
Holbache Wm,, blacksmith; res, alley, bet 6th and 7th, land J sts. 
HOLBROOK, MERRILL & CO., stoves and hardware, 176-8 J st. 
Holbrook Charles, Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 176 J st. 
Holgein Mercedea, widow, res, on al, bet N and O, 1st and 2d ; Chili. 
Holdreg E. D. , wood turner, at Hedenberg & Co., 235 J st. 
Holds worth Bennett, carpenter C P R R; res, e side 9th at, bet M and N. 



A. MERRILL, G. HOLBBOOK. G. MERRILL. 



10LBE##K, MERRILL & €#., 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 



Tin Plate, Iron, Wire, 
ZDTO. PIMPS- HABBWAia, 

176 and 178 J Street, 



SACRAMENTO [ EC ] CITY DIRECTORY. 141 

Holl & Heacock, attys-at-law, office St. George bldg, 2d floor, rms 8 and 9. 

Holl S. S., atty-at-law ; res, s side G st, bet 12th and 13th. 

flolleran Martin, moulder Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 

Hollfelder P., coal yard, I st, bet 6th and 7th ; res, s w cor E and 6th sts. 

Holland Homer, book keeper, Whitney & Co., 87 Front st; Iowa. 

Holland Michael, laborer ; res, Front st bet P and Q. 

Holland John, teamster; bds St. Louis Hotel, 255 J st. 

Holland Crawford, freight agent ; res, 165 2d st, bet N and O ; Penn. 

Holm Charles, watchman, International Hotel, 90 K st ; Sweden. 

Holmes Eph., Gibbs & Holmes, 49 J st ; res, 8th, bet H and I. 

HOLMES, H T & CO., lime dealers, 78 6th st, bet K and L. 

Holmes, H T , Holmes & Co., 78 6th st, bet K and L; res, San Francisco. 

Holmes, G. F., at Holmes & Co., 78 6th st, bet K and L ; res, w side 6th, 

bet P and Q. 
Holmes, E. G., at H. T Holmes & Co, 78 6th st, bet K and L ; res, al bet 

7th and 8th, J and K. 
Holmes J. J., C P R K ; res 147 L st. 

Holmes J. G., machinist, Sac Iron Works, bet Front and 2d sts. 
Holm Charles, barkeeper, International hotel, 90 K st. 
Holmes Wm, (boy at Eitel & Co., 81 J st.) 
Holmes Stephen, stock dealer; res, 30th st, bet N and O. 
Holmes S. F. Mrs.; res, 8th st, bet L and M. ' 

Holmes Cornelius, bricklayer, State Capitol ; bds cr 8th and L sts ; N Y. 
Holmes H., bricklayer, State Capitol; res, s side L st bet 7th and 8th ; 111. 
Holt C. W., engineer, SYRR wharf; res, alley bet Q and R, 2d and 3d 

sts ; N Y. 



H. T. HOLMES & €0., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




9 

And Importers of 

PLASTER, 
CEMENT, 

FIRE BRICK, 
FIRE CLAY, 

PLASTERING HAIR, 
MARBLE DUST, ETC., 

Sixth. Street, between K and H», 



142 SACKAMENTO [ EC ] CITY DIRBCTOBT. 

Homstead Oliver, hack driver; rms 228 J Bt. 

HoltoD Chas., apprentice, Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 176 J at; res, St. 

George bldg, cr 4th and J ats. 
Holton H. H.; rms St. George bldg, cr4th and J at; NH. 
Holtzman F., painter; res, n side M st bet 4th and 5th : Breman. 
Hoogs Charles, CP11B works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E ate; bda Western 

hotel, 43 K St. 
HOOKER & CO., Hardware, 71 J at. 
Hooker C. (»., Hooker & Co., 71 J st ; res, San Francisco. 
Hooker J. II., Hooker & fieardslee, farming, cr 25th and B sts. 
Hooper Joseph, teaming over the mountains, fam. rea, 13th st bet J and 

K; 111. 
Hooton Mrs. N., widow; res, 184 M et bet 6th and 7th; Mo. 
Hoover Samuel M., teaming; rea, 45 11th st bet J and K; Fenn. 
Hoover Mrs. S. M., millinery, 228 J at. 
Hong Ling, wash shop, H16 J at ; probably from China. 
Hopkins H. M., blacksmith shop, a e cr 10th and H st*. 
Hopkins Mrs. Angelina; res, n e cr J and 13th sts. 
Hopkins D. S., fireman, CPRR works, bet 4th and 6th, D and B sts ; 

rea, 236 I st bet 8th and 9th ; Ireland. 
HOPKINS MARK, Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st, and Treasurer C P 

B R Co.; res, 139 M st bet 5th and 6th j Mass. 
Hopkins E. L.; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Hopkins Peter, Hess & Hopkins, Orleans Saloon ; rea, over 61 K st; Ohio. 
Hopkins A. W., engineer, C P B RCo.; bda Capitol hotel, 190 K St. 
Hopkins W. A.; bda What Cheer house, cr K and Front sta. 
Hopkins J. L.; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Hop Long, fish house, Slater's Addition. 

HOPLEY JOSEPH, Furniture, 4th st bet J and K ; Sew Brunswick. 
Hopp Jacob, wagon maker at Daniel Brown's, 268 K st; res, same; Ger. 
Hopper A. J., book keeper at Prader'a, 203 J at ; bds 54 L st j NJ, 
Hopper Edward, painter; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
HOPPING W. C, Farmer ; res, cr B and 28th sts. 
Hopping Sidney J., farmer at W C Hopping' s, cr 28th and B ate; N T. 
Hopps A. P., cook, Fountain bonae, 298 J at; 111. 

Horan M. S., bricklayer, State Capitol ; res, n s M at bet 8th and 9th; Mo. 
Horkie Patrick, sacks, 227 J St; rea, same ; Ireland. 
Horkin P., at N L Drew & Co., cr M and 2d ata. 
Horlor J. E-; bds Ebner house, 18 K st ; N H. 

JOSEPH HOPLET, 

[Late of the Firm of GOODWIN ft CO.] 

FURNITURE, BEDDING, 

AND AT THE 

MIRRORS. LOWEST CASH PRICES. 

iosbph Bopiisrr, 

N"os. 49 and 51 Fourth Street 

SACBA91£NTO. 



SACRAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTOBY. 143 

Horn J. P., Hummel & Horn, 116 K st ; res, same. 

Hornblower P. A., att'y-at-law ; res, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K fits. 

Horner Josiah, blind and sash maker, cr Q and 2d sts ; bds What Cheer 

house, cr £ and Front st. 
Horel G., vineyard, block bet 21st and 22d, V and W sts. 
Hortsmeyer Frederick W., drayman ; res, 144 8th st bet M and N; Ger. 
Houcb Philip, bricklayer, State Capitol, bds 92 K st. 
Houser Conrad W., blacksmith, at Weitzel's, 9th st, bet J and K. 
Hovey Mrs. Justis, widow ; res, 184 M st, bet 6th and 7th. 
Howard James H., apprentice blacksmith, at Pike & Young's, cr L and 

4th sts; bds at International hotel, 90 K st; 111. 
Howard Patrick, laborer, State Capital ; res, 8th st bet M and N ; Ireland. 
Howard A. M., blacksmith, at Mason's, 3d st bet I and J; Maine. 
Howard Elisha, col, whitewasher; res, 384 I st; Mass. 
Howard Henry, stewart, Western hotel, 43 K st; England. 
Howard C, carpenter; res, n e cr Nand 30th sts. 

Howard N., colored, whitewasher; res, al bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 
Howd Worthy L., smutter, Pioneer mills, near Sac. bridge, in Slater's 

Addition. 
Howe, Miss Mary, teacher, rms at J. McNeill's, s e cr N and 7th sts. 
Howe Miss Fanny, teacher ; bds Fourth Avenue house, 101 L st, cr 4th. 
Howe Converse, teaching school in Dry Creek township, Sac county. 
Howe G. P., at Dayton, Nevada; family G st bet 12th and 13th. 
Howe Leland, res 117 L sts. 
Howe Wm. J., locomotive engineer, C P B E; bds at Capital hotel, 190 

K st. 
Howe Mrs. Mary, widow; res, 151 5th st, bet M and N; Ireland. 
Howe E. L., San Francisco ; family res, 107 L st; Mass. 
Howe James, clerk, at Sweetland's, 149 K st. 
Howell Genl. Josiah, Insurance Agent, 54 J st; res, 209 I st. 
Howett Nathan, boatman, C S N Co; bds St. Louis hotel, 255 J st. 
Howison E. M., clerk State Controller's office ; rms Latham's bldg, 53 J 

st; Virginia. 
Howland, B. C, drug clerk, at Gates & Bros., 72 K st ; Mass. 
Hoyt Bradley, clerk, Wells, Fargo & Co., 2d st; res, cr 7th and F sts. 
Hoyt John P , carriage and sign painter ; res, cr 13th and B sts ; Mass. 
Hoyt W. H., tinner and plumber shop, 48 3d st; res, 108 7th st, cr F; 

New York. 
Hoyt J. B.„ job carpenter; res, F st, bet 6th and 7th ; Vt. 
HOTCHKISS & CO, steam and planing mill, cr Q and Front sts. 
Hotchkiss F. S., Hotchkiss& Co ; res 239 3d st ; Conn. 
Houghton J. F., res, e side 9th st bet G and H ; Mass. 
Houghton Wm., C S N Co ; res 123 4th st bet L and M; England. 
Houke J., brickmason; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Houston John, Pioneer employment office, 4th st bet K and L; Maine. 
Hubbard J. H., colored preacher; res, s e cr H and 16th st. 
Hubbard I. M., res, s e cr F and 10th sts. 

Hubbard Claiborne, col, bootblack, at Hastings', cr J and 2d sts. 
Hubbard Silas, book keeper, at Baker and Hamilton's, 11 J st; rms 22, 

8th, north. 
Hubbard Frank, bar keeper, Capitol saloon, cr I and 7th sts. 
Hubbard K. P., apprentice CPR K machine shop ; bds Western hotel ; 

43 K st. 
Hudson Aaron, teaming over mountains; res, 8th st, bet N and O; Iowa. 
Hudson Mrs. Elizabeth; res, Sutter's Fort ; Ireland. 



144 SACBAMENTO [ H ] C1TT DIRECTOHl 

Huffman John, drayman, Booth & Co., 45 Front et ; N 1 
Hughes John, laborer, CPBE; bds U S Hotel, 55 Fro 
Hughes Patrick, laborer, res, 87 8th st, bet K and L ; Ii 
Hughes Martin, laborer, CPRR; bds L st bet 3d and - 
Hughes Richard, drayman ; res, al bet Q and B, 6th ant 
Hughes Michael, laborer, CPRR; bds U S hotel, 55 F 
Hull Silas, hostler at feed stable, cr K and 12th at ; 111. 
Hulse Samuel, boatman up-river; res, 81 4th st bet L a 
Hulsman Chas., blacksmith at Martin Sealer's, 9th at 1 

327 H st cr 11th ; Germany. 
Hult Jss., eol, whitewasher; res, s e cr 6th and I sta. 
Hummel Joseph, Hhoe maker, 5th at, bet J and K; rea, 
Hummel August, Hummel & Horn, 116 K at. 
Hummel & Horn, vinegar & pickles, 116 K st. 
Hummel Mrs. Louisa, embroidery and braiding, 122 3d 
Humphry J. H., carpenter, CPRR; rea, 7th at, bet I a 
HUMRICH PETER, hackman ; res, 27 N st, bet Front 
Hum rich John, laborer, L st, bet 14th and 15th ; Germa 
Hun Hi, wash shop, Front at, bet I and J. 
Hnng Hi, wash shop, lat at, Old Point Comfort. 
Hnng Chong, wash shop, 4th at, bet J and K. 
Hung Onn, waah shop, K at, bet 5th and 6th. 
Hang Tie, wash shop, 246 I st. 

Munnewell Chas., carpenter; rea, 10th st, bet D and R; 
Hunt Wm. B., res, Hotel de France, 90-2 3d st, bet K s 
HUNT MRS. EUGENIE, pro. Hotel do France, 90-2 2 
Hunt Michael, blacksmith helper, CPRR; bds cr D an 
Hunt Pap, the old hunter; office 2d st. 
Hunt Sam!., clerk at Peake & Co., 49 Front st; res, Fr 
Hunt Mrs. Sarah, widow ; res, G st bet 10th and llth ; 
Hunt Robt., works at sawmill, bet 2d and Front; res, 2! 
Hunt Geo. A , laborei ; bds at Mechanic's Exchange, 2 
Hunt Geo., teamster; bds at Haines' Exchange, 322 J s 
Hunt D. R., at feed mill, 258 E st; res, 265 K st. 
Hunt A. W., at mill, 258 K st. 

Hunt Geo. B. P., at Oroville; family 73, alley bet L an 
Hunt W. 8., teacher Young Ladies' Semirary, basement 

at bet K and L ; res 120 6th st bet L and M j Penn. 
Hunt J. W., blacksmith and wagon maker; res, 355 H 



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Deuxieme Hue, JSntre K et L, Sacram 



EEMCH HOTEL AHD EESTA1 

FOBMBBLT CLAHE1VDON H' 

EUGENIE DUMAS HUNT, Propriety 



SACRAMENTO [ H ] CITY DIRECTORY. 145 

Hunt Charles M, at N. L. Drew & Co'g, cr M and 2d sts ; res, Washington, 

Yolo county ;' Maine. 
Hunt J. A., Hunt and Anderson ; res 225 Front st. 
Hunt Geo. S., car inspector, CPREj res 226 2d st; Mass. 
Hunt Miss Selina, res, G st bet 10th and 11th. 
Hunt E, laborer ; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Hunt G., moulder, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. , 
HUNT & ANDERSON, sash and planing mill, M st, near Front. 
Hunt Michael ; CPEE shop, cr 6th and D sts, bds at U. S. Hotel, 55 

Front st. 
Huntly B. F., printer, Union office ; res M st, s side bet 3d and 4th; Mich. 
Hurd M. S., address, Booth & Co., 47 Front st; res, s w cr 9th and B. 
Hurd Horatio, manager of Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 176 J st. 
Hurd Daniel, street paver ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Hurlbert Thos. B., teaming in city; res 362 E st; Vt, 
Hurley John, blacksmith at Marshall's, cr I and 11th sts; bds cr 11th and 

J; N.Y. 
Hurley Miss Margaret E., dress maker, Graham's Hall bldg, 6th st, bet 

J and K. 
Hurley Wm,, pressman at Crocker's. 
Hunter Mrs. Mary, res, 87 L st ; Eng. 
Hunter John, teamster ; res, cr J and 29th sts. 
Hunter & Co., Assay office, 43 2d st. 
Hunter M. A., assayer, 43 2d st ; res, same. 
HUNTINGTON & HOPKINS, hardware, 54 K st. 
Huntington C. P., Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st ; Conn. 
Huntoon J. L., res, 211 M st. 
Huntoon Mrs. Ellen, res, M st, bet 17th and 18th. 
Huntoon D. R., res, Fountain house, 298 J st ; Mass. 
Hurlbut Dr. O., St. Charles saloon, 240 J st. 
Hussey J. H. machinist, CPRR shop, cr 6th and D sts. 



HUNT & AKDEKSON, 





T.T. 



PLANING HILL, 



SASI, DOORS, BLDQ)S, WDTOOW IUM ES, ETC. 



Mouldings, Hand Bails of all Sizes, Mahogany, Redwood and Fine. 
Circular Mouldings of all kinds, etc. 

Single and Double pale Fence, Fine and Eedwood. 

North side of M Street, between Front and Second, 



19 



146 SACRAMENTO [ H>I ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Hutchinson T. M., student at law with Thomas Conger, office 4th st bet 

J and K. 
Hutchinson J. E., blacksmith, cr L and 6th sts; rms 7th st bet I and J cr 

alley; Mo. 
Hutchinson G. R., at J. P. Thompson's office, cr 3d and J sts. 
Hutt Jas., col, cook; res, JS st bet 13th and 14th. 
flyers Mrs. Annie, col, fashionable hair dresser ; res, 220 7th st bet O 

and P. 
Hyers S. B., col, barber, 44 2d st, bet J and K; res, 220 7th st, bet O and 
* P sts. 

Hyman Moses, family grocery, cr N and 6th sts ; res, same ; Poland. 
Hyman Abram, fruit and confectionery, 20 J st ; Poland. 



Illinois Hunter's House, 226 L st, cr 8th. 

I. O. Good Templars, Capitol Lodge, 51 6th st, bet J and K; Siloam Lodge 

same place. 
Indig L., tailor, shop 2d st, bet J and K ; res, M st, bet 3d and 4th ; N Y. 
Ingarten Mrs. Beatrice, res, al, bet Front and 2d, O and P sts ; Chili. 
Ingham Chas. T., compositor; res, s w cr 17th and K sts. 
Ingham Wm., carpenter, cr 13th and O sts; Scotland. 
Ingham Edward, Assistant IT S Assessor, 4th District California, office St. 

George bldg, cr 4th and J sts ; res, No 5 6th st, bet 1 and J. 
Ingraham Alex., blacksmith at J. Hills 391 J st. 
Ingram W., carpenter, cr 9th and S st. 
Inness John, res, H st, bet 7th and 8th. 

Inness John, laborer, CPRR; res, cr Front and K sts ; Portugal. 
International Hotel, 90 and 92 K st. 

IRELAND R, broom faactory and matches, No 56 K st ; res, 158 M st. 
Ireland & Bro., match factory, 320 K st cr 11th. 
Ireland John, res, 56 K st ; NY. 
Ireland Robt., 56 K st ; R I. 

Ireland G. W., res Water st, Slater's Addition, bet Sycamore and Oak st. 
Ireland Wm., hunter; res, s side Sycamore st, Slater's Addition. 
Ireland M. W., res, cr 11th and K sts ; N Y. 
Ireland Robert E., laborer, CPRR; bds cr K and 11th sts; N Y. 
Irvin John, bar keeper at Sacramento saloon, 2d st bet K and L ; res, cr 

9th and R sts. 
Irvine Joseph, moulder, Sac Iron Works; res, 92 K st; Canada. 
Irwin George, laborer; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Isaac John, watchman CPRR; res, 5th st bet Q and R sts. 
ISER C, saddlery, No. 149 K st; res, same; Germany. 



SACRAMENTO [ J ] CITY DIRECTORY. 147 



Jackson A. E., civil engineer; n side E st, bet 6th and 7th ; Ohio. % 

Jackson S. J., tinner, at I. P. Jackson's, 82 J st; red 208 H st. 

JACKSON, L P., tin shpp, 82 J st. 

Jackson J. M., tinner, at 82 J st; res, 6, 6th st, bet H and I. 

Jackson T. J., upholsterer; res, 153 L st; England. 

Jackson T. H., res, 234 L st ; Penn. 

Jackson D. S., teamster ; res, n side F st, bet 18th and 19th. 

Jackson A. L., col, barber shop at Orleans hotel, 2d st, bet J and K ; res, 

s side N st bet 15th and 16th. 
Jackson J. D., glove manufactory, 293 K st. 
Jackson Wm., col, waiter, Orleans hotel; rms 119 4th st, bet L and M; 

Victoria. 
Jackson John L., paper carrier ; rms in alley bet 7th and 8th, G and H ; 

Pr. E. Island. 
Jackson Woodbury, Engineer OPREj bds What Cheer house, cr K and 

Front sts ; Mass. 
Jackson Woodbury, carpenter, bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Jackson O. H., blacksmith, J st bet 10th and 11th ; res, 50 12th st, bet G 

and H. 
Jackson Miss Marcilla A., res, in al bet 7th and 8th, G and H. 
Jackson Chesterfield, col, teaming; res, Front st, bet Q and R; Tenn. 
Jacobs N. M., clothing, 128 J st ; res, 187 M st. 
Jacobs E. P., at Union hotel, 2d st, bet J and K ; Ya. 
Jacobs Enoch, Telegraph stables, cr J and 13th sts ; res, same ; Mass. 
Jacobs E. S. , blacksmith, res, al bet J and K, 19th and 20th ; Me. 
Jacobi Jacob, of firm Simon Morris & Co., 137 J st. 
Jamison Mrs. C. L., res 221 M st, bet 7th and 8th ; Wis. 
Jasper T. fl., laborer, CPRR Works, cr 4th and D sts. 
Jeffards James, res, al bet 4th and 5th, and P sts. 
Jeffries Gardner, farmer ; res, with Martin Wilcox, Poverty Bidge ; N. Y. 
Jefferies E. G., printer, at State printing office, Head's block, 3d st bet I 

and J ; res, same bldg ; Phila. 
Jeffress T. W., clerk, Holbrook, Merrill & Co, 176 J st. 
Jeffres James, wagon maker at Marshal's, cor I and 11th ; bds Atlantic 

hotel; Ireland. 
Jefferson H. G., watchman, What Cheer House, cr Front and K sts. 
Jeffery Hugh, Central hay yard, J st bet 10th and 11th. 
JELLY SAMUEL, jewelry, 120 J st; res, w side 8th bet G andH; Mass, 
Jenks C. C, res 275 K st; Penn. 

Jenner S. H., printer, Union office, 49 3d st; res 4th bet Q and B. 
Jett S. B., cr B and 25th sts. 
Jewish Synagogue, e side 6th st bet J and K. 

Johns M. P., laborer; bds What Cheer House, seorK and Front sts. 
Johnson Al., drayman ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Johnson W., waiter, City hotel, 73 K st. 



148 SACRAMENTO [J] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Charles F., barkeeper, Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Johnson John, laborer ; res, w side 8th st cr alley, bet O and P; Ireland. 
Johnson Win., teaming in city; res, e side 9th stbet Oand P; Germany. 
Johnson Wm. H., hostler, Pioneer Stables, 4th st bet I and J; Mo. 
Johnson B. F., Magnolia hotel, 23 J st bet Front and 2d; res, same; Ky. 
Johnson C. M., book-keeper, Locke & Lavenson, 172 J st; res, same; Can. 
Johnson Uharles, longshoreman ; res, Front st bet O and P. 
Johnson A., carpenter shop, 116 2d st ; res, 172 N st. 
Johnson J. A., Foster Saloon, No. 6 2d st ; res, same ; Eng. 
Johnson Josiah, Jr., Surveyor, CPRR Co., office 58 K st ; res, 329 I st ; 
'NY. 

Johnson G. B., clerk, 8 YEE depot ; res, 329 I st. 
Johnson C. S., Telegraph operator, SYER depot ; res, 329 I st. 
Johnson John ; bds What Cheer house, cr Kand Front sts. 
Johnson W, S.; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Johnson Wm., teaming for C P E E Co; bds Haines' Exchamge, 322 J st. 
Johnson John, machinist, Sac Iron Works, 1 st bet Front and 2d; res, 17 

7th st ; N Y. 
Johnson Grove L., clerk, Swamp Land Commissioners ; res, 207 I st bet 

7th and 8th. 
JOHNSON D. F., house raiser ; res, 16 Bead's block, cr 3d and J sts. 
Johnson Jerome, carpenter, C P E E Co.; res, F st bet 6th and 7th; Va. 
Johnson George, machinist; res, C st bet 17th and 18th; Scotland. 
Johnson Edward H., col, chops wood, etc; res, N st bet 3d and 4th. 
Johnson Matt. F., att'y-at-law, office Klays' bldg, 4th st bet J and K ; Ark. 
Johnson Samuel, merchant tailor, 12.4 J st. 
Johnson Benj., cook, Haines' Exchange, 322 J st; res, alley bet L and M, 

4th and 5th ; Mich. 
Johnson George, machinist ; res, C st bet 17th and 18th ; Scotland. 
Johnson John, teaming over the mountains ; res, 5 12th st bet H and I. 
Johnson J. B., carpenter, CPEE Co.; res, F st bet 6th and 7th ; Va. 
Johnson John, col, jobber; bds 112 5th st bet L and M; Penn. 
Johnson Eev. Amos, col, preacher ; res, 177 4th st bet N and O ; Jam. 
Johnson Mrs. Louisa, widow ; res, 3d st bet N and O ; Mo. 
Johnson John, bricklayer ; bds TJ S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Johnson James, miner; bds Mechanics' Exchange, I st bet Front and 2d ; 

Ireland. 
Johnson Wm. Neely, TJ S Land Eegister, office St. George bldg, cr 4th 

and J sts; bds Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Ind. 
JOHNSON JOSIAH, Superintendent S Y E E; office at depot; res, 329 I st. 
Johnson E. S., horse and mule shoer, 282 K st ; res, same ; N Y. 
Johnson H. A., son of Josiah Johnson; res, 329 I st; NY. 
Johnson J., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Johnson James E., col, barber; res, 86 N st bet 3d and 4th. 
JOBNSTON W. S., Editor Daily Record. 
Johnson Joel, house raiser; res, 168 O st cr 6th ; Conn. 
Johnson H., col, porter ; res, alley bet I and J, 2d and 3d sts. 
Johnson Eeuben, col, cook ; res, 231 6th st bet P and Q ; Mo. 
Johnson G., white washer ; res, alley bet 4th and 5th, I and J sts. 
Johnson Andrew, laborer ; res, alley bet Front and 2d, P and Q sts. 
Joiner George W., at Benicia ; fam. res 147 2d st bet M and N ; N Y. 
Jole Duran ; res, 46 L st bet 2d and 3d ; Mexico. 
JONES R S., carpenter shop, cr al, 5th st bet J and K ; res, Capital hotel, 

190 K st. 
Jones T. C, wagon shop, 43 9th st bet J and K ; res, same ; N Y. 



S1CRAMENT0 [ J ] CITY DIBECTORT. 149 

Jones Thomas, house painter, shop 48 J st ; res, 80 P st bet 3d and 4th ; 

England. 
Jones Eichard (Cox & Jones), grocery 287 K st, cr 10th ; res, same ; 

Canada. 
Jones James, drayman; res, 12th st bet 6 and H; Iowa. 
Jones Charles, student at law with Gr. E. Moore, 53 J at. 
Jones Henry, col, boot black stand cr 4th and J sts. 
JONES Mrs. E. L., fashionable dress maker, 133 J J st. 
Jones Eichard, col ; res, 112 5th st bet L and M. 
Jones Joseph, teaming in city ; res 48 12th st bet G and H ; Va. 
Jones Mrs. H.; res, 52 N st ; N Y. 

Jones Wm., col ; clothes renovator, n s Q st bet 3d and 4th. 
Jones J. S. C, carpenter; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Jones Austin, feed stable, cr K and 12th ; res, 12th st bet G and H. 
Jones Sam., col, jobber ; bds 112 5th st bet L and M ; Ky. 
Jones J. S., traveling agent for L. Powers & Co., 89 Front st ; bds 165 2d 

st bet N and O ; 111 
Jones Jos, elk at McGarraghan's, cr 5th and L sts; Mo. 
Jones O. E., steward Crescent City hotel, 181 J st. 
Jones D. E., poultry, etc., 227 J st. 

Jones Albert ; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Jordan Wm., barber at " George's," 304 J st bet 10th and 11th ; res, in 

alley bet J and K, 10th and 11th ; Ga. 
Jordan Silas; bds at E. Clark's, cr 10th and K. 
Josan Francisco, works on wood barges; res, alley bet O and P, Front 

and 2d ; Portugal. 
Joseph M., clothing store, 4 J st; res, 108 5th st bet L and M; Poland. 
Joseph John, steward Globe restaurant, 39 K st. 
Joseph Wm. & Co., family grocery, cr E and 12th sts; res, same. 
Josephenan H, laborer; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front. 
Jost George H., of Flint & Jost, 79 4th st; res, n s L bet 13th and 14th. 
Jost John D., cabinet maker at Flint & Jost's, 79 4th st; res, alley bet F 

and G, 6th and 7th. 
Joy J. E., carpenter; res, Slater's add, Water st, bet Oak and Ash. 
Joy Mrs. M. A., pro. Clinton house, 119 3d st. 
Joy Miss M. E., teaching, Franklin school house, cr 6th and L; res, with 

mother, 119 3d st. 
Joslyn S. B., elk at E. Stone & Co., 150 J st, cr 6th ; res, 140 9th st bet M 

andN;-EI. 

MRS. R. L. JONES, 

No. ISSh J" Street-TJp Stairs. 

WAsmmwAWEM w&mm maker, 

And Inventor of Perfect Fitting Diagram, for Cutting 
Ladies' and Children's Dresses, Basques, Sacks, Etc. 

This Diagram has twelve forms on it, and can be 
taught to perfection in ten or twenty minutes. She is also 
the inventor of Patent Stamping Powder. 



150 SACRAMENTO [ J-JgL ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Julian Charles, teaming over mountains ; res, 213 4th st bet and P. 
JTJDD E. O., printer, State printing office, 3d st bet I and J. 
Jurey Walter E., at Fashion restaurant, 2d st bet J and K. 
Jurgens Jasper N., at C Weisel's, 215 L st ; res, 202 L st ; Eng. 
Jurgens Peter, batcher, 30th st bet O and P ; Germany. 
Jurgens Martin, elk, C. Weisel, 215 L st ; res same; Eng. 



Kaleen John, works N. L. Drew & Co.'s lumber yard, cr 2d and M sts. 

Kail Win., carpenter ; res, 232 M st bet 8th and 9th ; Tenn. 

Kallstrom Herman, Capt. tow boat Pioneer; res, 265 4th st bet Q and R 

sts; Sweeden. 
Kane John, laborer, CPRR; bds U S hotel, Front st bet J and K. 
Kane Ed., laborer; res, 122 N st, bet 4th and 5th. 
Kane John, 2d steward International hotel 90 K st. 
Kannady John, longshoreman; res, Front st bet Q and B; Ireland. 
Kappel Fritz, cook, Ebner hotel, 18 K st; Germany. 
KAKCHER MATTHEWS, policeman; res, 112 7th st bet L andM. 
Karns John, bar keeper at Owen Hannan's, 89 K st. 
Karwin J. , farmer and dairyman ; res, swcrM and 25th sts. 
Katzenstein Geo. B., elk ; rms 4 Garwood's bldg, J st bet 5th and 6th. 
Kathan Mrs. J. B., res, E st bet 6th and 7th, n side. 
Kathan Harvey, works for C PER; res, E st bet 6th and 7th. 
Kathan I). H., res, E st bet 6th and 7th. 
Kearth Jacob, elk, Strobridge's, 127 J st cr 5th ; Germany. 
Keating Michael, bnilder; res, s w cr P and 5th sts; Ireland. 
Keating James, laborer; res, n e jcr 11th and R sts ; N 0. 
Keaty H., blacksmith ; res, n e cr 29th and J sts. 
KEBER JACOB, Hammer & Keber, 17-19 K st. 
Kee John, wash shop, 22 5th st bet I and J. 
Keefc Patrick, baker at Eagle bakery, 212 K st; Ireland. 
Keefe Daniel, employee CPRR; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front. 
Keef Michael, laborer, CPRR; res, K st bet 7th and 8th : Ireland. 
KEEFER CHRISTOPHER, oysterman Bank Exchange, cr 2d and K 

sts; N O. 
KEEGAN J. J., printer (Keegan & Co., Daily Eecord), res, 117 7th st ; St. 

Louis. 
Keegan Mrs. Elizabeth ; res, 117 7th st bet L and M ; St. Louis. 
Keegan Miss M. A., school cr P and 2d ; res, 117 7th st; St. Louis. 
Keegan Thomas, apprentice C P B R shop ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Keegan Timothy, laborer; res, n e cr F and 15th sts. 
Kehrer I., gardener; res, cr 10th and D sts; Germany. 
Kehoe Mrs. Ellen ; res, e s 8th st bet R and S ; Ireland. 



SACRAMENTO [ KZ ] CITY DIRECTORY. 151 

Kehoe John, printer, Eeoord office; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Keely Thomas, laborer C P B E ; res, n w cr 3d and N ; Ireland. 
Keenan Matthew ; res, Eusr house, K st bet 8th and 9th ; Ireland. 
KEEN AN JOHN C. (Hamilton & Keenan), Bank Exchange, cr K and 2d. 
Keen Daniel, works on levee ; bds What Cheer house, cor K and Front sts, 
Keiber Jacob, laborer; res, s w cr I and 18th sts; Germany. 
Keiber Jacob, laborer ; res, cr 16th and L sts; Germany. 
Reiser Charles, teaming over mountains ; res, 246 O st bet 8th and 9th ; 

Germany. 
Keiser Mrs. Margaret; res, cr al and old levee, bet F and G sts. 
Keiser N., dairyman ; res, 31 st st bet I and J. 
Keith E. H., teamster ; res, e s 2d st bet N and O. 
Keithley A., works for N L Drew & Co.; cr 2d and M ; N Y. 
Keitz Henry ; res, J st bet 29th and 30th ; Germany. 
Keiber Fred., carpenter C P E E ; res, 227 L st bet 8th and 9th. 
Kelby Robert, pro. Louisiana Hall, 81 2d st ; res, same. 
Kellen Josiah, painter at Krebs', 188 J st ; Ireland. 
Keller Wm. B. G., student at law, Coffroth & Spaulding, Clay's bldg ; 

res, s s F st bet 12th and 13th. 
KELLEB FEANK, California Market, 251 J st ; res, H st bet 10 and 11. 
Keller John A., house raising; bds Western hotel. 
Keller John, at Elkus', cr J and 2d st ; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st. 
KELLOGG LEON AED, stoves and tinw2re, 243 J st ; res, over 245 J st. 
Kelly H.; bds at Miss Bennett's, 4th st bet J and K. 
Kelly Wm., bar keeper at Colonade saloon, cr K and Front ; Scotland. 
Kelly Patrick, P O Exchange saloon, 4th st bet J and K; Ireland. 
KELLY THOMAS, (Toole & Kelly), St. Nicholas saloon, 90 Jst; res, 

156 7th st bet N and O ; Ireland. 
Kelly John, job carpenter; res, E st bet 7th and 8th; Ind. 
Kelly Hugh, porter City hotel, 71 K st. 
Kelly Mrs. Patrick ; res, 114 6th st bet L and M. 
Kelly John, bar keeper ; bds What Cheer house cr Front and K. 
Kelly John, runner, What Cheer house cr Front and K. 
Kelly James, blacksmith ; bds What Cheer house cr Front and K. 
Kelly John, picture peddler ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Kelly A. W., elk, C P E E depot; rms Lady Adams bldg 15 K st. 
Kelly Mrs. Ellen, res, 82 N st bet 3d and 4th. 
Kelly Francis P., apprentice at H. S. Crocker & Co.'s ; res, 82 N st bet 

3d and 4th; Penn. 
Kelly John, laborer, C P E E; res, 2d st bet N and O; Ireland. 
Kelly John, gardener at Gov. L. Stanford's, s e cr 8th and N sts. 
Kelly Miss Julia, cook, 181 L st bet 6th and 7th. 
Kelly John E., bricklayer ; res, 82 N st ; Penn. 
Kelly L. K., plasterer; bds s e cr 8th and M; Ireland. 
Kelly L. E., plasterer ; bds 115 al bet L and M, 4th and 5th sts; Mo. 
Kelly Miss Catherine, millinery, 69 J st ; Mrs. Wachhorst & Kelly. 
Kelsey A. W., elk, C P E E; bds Ebner hotel 18 K st. 
Kemble Mrs. Margaret W., widow; rms St. George bldg, cr 4th and J 

sts; Mo. 
Kembac Christian, teaming wood ; res, 147 2d st bet M and N; Germany. 
Kemp Mrs. Maria, col ; res 78 L st bet 3d and 4th ; Tenn. 
Kendall Nathan B., conductor on railroad; res, 45 5th st ; NY. 
KENDALL DAYID, City Trustee ; res, 200 Q st bet 7th and 8th. 
Kendel Phil., barber, shop 47 K st; res, 128 3d st bet L and M ; NY. 
Kennedy Michael, machinist ; res, n w cr I and 16th sts ; Ireland. 



152 SACRAMENTO [ K ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Kennedy John, laborer ; res, Front st bet Q and R ; Ireland. 

Kenny Robert, plumber, 125 K st ; NY. 

Kennedy Michael ; bds City hotel, 73 K fit. 

Kent M. F., pro. American Bakery, east side 3d st bet M and N"; Mass. 

Kent Newton, Pioneer Mills, Front st ; Slater's Addition ; bds 6 Water 

st; 111. 
KENYON E. B., office nwcr 7th and J sts ; bds Mrs. Messenger, alley 

bet K and L, 5th and 6th sts. 
Kern Frederick, blacksmith ; res, s w cr 12th and G- sts ; Germany. 
Kercheval Miss J. G., teacher intermediate No. 1 Union school house, n 

e cr 7th and G sts ; bds J. C. Hedenberg, G st bet 7th and 8th. 
Kerr James E., teamster; res, nwcrH and 18th sts ; Va. 
Kerwin- John, dairyman ; res, cr 25th and M sts ; Ireland. 
Kealer Martin, wagon shop, 9th st bet J and K; res, 48 10th st bet J and K. 
Keyes Manley, col, whitewasher, in alley bet I and J, 2d and 3d sts; Mass. 
Keyser Mrs. Margaret ; res, alley bet 6th and 7th, F and G sts. 
Kidd James E.; res, 143 L st ; NY. 
Kidd Leonard, clerk, Sweetland's, n w cr K and 6th sts ; res, cr 7th and 

Fsts. 
Kidder Capt. N. A., forwarding agent and harbor master; office levee, 

bet M and N ; res, 3d st bet S and T ; Maine. 
Kiefer Samuel M., mailing clerk, Post Office, cr K and 4th sts; res, 247 

8th st bet P and Q ; Ohio. 
Kiefer John L., Post Office clerk, cr K and 4th sts ; res, 247 8th st bet P 

and Q. 
Kiefer Christopher, oyster saloon, Bank Exchange, cr 2d and K sts ; bds 

in alley, bet M and N, 2d and 3d sts. 
Kiefer Thomas, hostler, Pacific Stables, 88 2d st. 
Kiely Frank, bar-keeper, Union Hotel, 2d st bet J and K; N Y. 
Kiernan John H., pressman at Crocker's office, 44 J st ; res, 114 6th st 

bet L and M. 
Kiernan P., gardener; res, cr 20th and D sts. 
Kietel George, baker at Empire Bakery, 291 J st. 
Kilborn A. I)., steward, Cincinnati restaurant, 25 K st ; Mass. 
Kilday Pat., machinist ; res, Front st bet Union and Sycamore ; Slater's 

Addition; Ireland. 
Kilein George, blacksmith, at Henry Geisel's, I st bet 9th and 10th.' 
Kilpatrick George, carpenter; bds Haines' Exchange, 322 J st. 
Kimber W. S., painter and paper hanger ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Kimler Charles, teamster; res, Nst bet 12th and 13th. 
King J. A., laborer ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
King M. S., preserves fruits; res, 48 7th st bet G- and H; Ohio, 
*King P.; res, 456 K st. 

King R. J., pilot C S N Co.; res, R st bet 8th and 9th ; New Orleans. 
King Mrs. Ellen ; res, R st bet 9th and 10th ; Ireland. 
King J. L., moulder, Sac Iron Works ; rms cr 3d and J sts. 
King Miss Bridget; res, F st bet 14th and 15th. 
Kinck James ; bds, What Cheer House, cr K and Front sts. 
Kinckle Gustave, cook, Ebner hotel, 18 K st ; Germany. 
Kinkade Miss Maggie ; res, cr G and 7th sts ; III 
Kinkle A., brick mason ; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Kinsey K., Cache Creek Saloon, 168 K st bet 6th and 7th; res, 159 3d st 

cr N; Penn. 
Kipp Mrs. Jane A.; res, G st bet 12th and 13th ; Mich. 
Kipper Wm., painter; res, 152 8th st bet M and N. 



SACRAMENTO [ K ] CITY DIRECTORY. 153 

KIRK HENRY C., drug store, 116 J st; res, 266 M st bet 9th and 10th; 

Penn. * 
Kirk Win., architect and builder ; res, 360 G st bet 12th and 13th. 
Kirk Benj., oysterman, Railroad Exchange, cr 3d and K sts. 
Kirkpatrick T., laborer ; bds International hotel, 92 K st. 
Kittrick John, bricklayer; res, J st bet 28th and 29th sta. 
Kittrick Miss Annie; res, 8th st bet K and L ; Conn. 
Kitz Phil., of C. Weil & Co., 316 J st; Germany. 
Klacbe Albert; ims St. George bldg, cr 4th and J; Germany. 
Kirby W. A., pressman at Union office, 49 3d st; res, Read's block cr 3d 

and J sts. 
KLEBITZ & GREEN, saloon, 4th st bet J and K. 
Klebitz Edward (Klebitz & Green), 4th st bet J and K ; res, 4th st bet I 

and J. 
Klees John, teamster; res s e cr 12tb and L sts. 
Klein Mary; res, 114 4th st bet L and M. 

Klein A. R., harness and saddlery, 345 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Kleinhans A., at Merchant's Exchange, 57 3d st. 
KLEINSORGE WM., of Milliken, Bros & Co., 62 K st, cr 3d ; res, 272 M 

st; Germany. 
Kleinsorge Chas., of Bellmer & Co.'s, 278 J st ; Germany. 
Kleinsorge Louis, at Milliken, Bro & Co., 62 K st. 
Klippel Mrs. Maria; res, al bet 9th and 10th, M and N sts. 
Klotz Fred., drayman ; res, 167 Front st. 
Knell Jacob, teaming ; bds St. Louis hotel, 255 J st. 
Kneeland Seth R., elk C S N Co; bds Ebner hotel. 
Knitzh Henry, steward Belvidere hotel, 6th st bet J and K. 
Knobloch Christian,, bar keeper; res, Union hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
Knowles Mrs. M. A., nurse and doc tress ; res, n s I st bet 7th and 8th. 
Knowles Chas. L., carpenter; rms 215 O st bet 7th and 8th; Penn. 
Knowlan James, stock dealer ; res, O st bet 13th and 14th ; Ireland. 
KNOX C. C, grain dealer, cr L and Front sts ; res, 225 H st, bet 8th and 

9th. 
Knox W. F. (Turton & Knox), contractors and builders, office 15 6th st 

bet 1 and J ; res, s s G bet 9th and 10th ; Ya. 
Knox J. F., drayman at Prader's, 203 J st ; Ireland. 
Konig Fred., family grocery, cr 4th and O sts ; res, same ; Prussia. 
Koehler Joachen, turner at Hotchkiss & Co.'s, cr Q and Front ; Ger. 
Koester Anton, blacksmith, 1 st bet 9th and 10th. 
Kohler H., hats and shoes, 143 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Kohler Herman F., elk at Hamburger & Co.'s, 91 J st. 
KOHL JOHN B., William Tell house, s e cr J and 9th sts. 
KOHN & BROTHERS, clothing store, 9 and 11 K st. 
Kohn Henry, elk at Kohn & Bros., 9 and 11 K st ; res, same. 
Kohner John B.; res, 259 E st cr 9th ; Penn. 
Kohlman James, elk at Alexander's, cr 3d and JjNY, 
Koneman Theobald, carpenter; res, s e cr N and 16th; Germany. 
Koner Julius, elk at Phil. Myers', 234 J st. 
Kohn Hang, wash shop, L st bet 3d and 4th. 
Kon& Chiang, wash shop, cr I and 6th sts. 

Konning Richard, grocery, 318 H st cr 11th ; res, same ; Germany. 
Kopp Wm. K., wood chopper; bds Wm. Tell house, or 9th and J sts. 
Koppikus H. G., house painter, at Kidd's, e s 2d bet J and K ; res, 7th st 

bet D and E. 
KORN D.; res, 43 5th st bet J and K ; Germany. 

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154 SACHAMRNTO [ K ] CITY DIEECTOET. 

Koppikus A., gunsmith, Metropolitan Theater bklg, 117 K et; rei, 7th st 

bet D and E. % 

Kordes Anthony, blacksmith's helper C PR R; bda or 9th and D sts ; 

Germany. 
Korn A., grocery, 175 J st. 

Korn Jacob, farmer; reB, 48 5tb st bet J and E ; Germany. 
KORN LEWIS, hotel, 43 5th st bet J and K ; Germany. 
Kornick Albert, elk, Isaac Davidson, 71 K it ; Germany. 
KOZMINSKY & CO., cigars and tobacco, 69 K st ; res, 140 3d st. 
Kosta Frank k Co., restaurant necrK and Front st; res, 3d st bet M 

and N, e side. 
Kramer J. C. P., laborer; res, ■ side I st bet 11th and 12tb ; Germany. 
Kramer Nicholas, coremaker, Sac Iron Works; Germany. 
Kraus 15., s e cr I and 17th sts; Germany. 
Kreamer N., monlder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, Oak 

avenue bet 5th and 6th sts. 
Kreamer Anthony, carpenter; reB 57 L st ; Germany. 
Kreamer George, Union beer saloon, 170 J st. 
KREBS, C. H., paints, oil and glass, 188 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Krellen berg Peter, cabinet maker ; res, w side 8th st bet J and K. 
KREUZBERGER F., grocery and coffee mill, cr G and 7th sts. 
Kreuzberger L., coffee mill 112 K st; res same. 
Krip F-, barber, shop, Morse's bldg 2d st bet J and K; res, 141 4th st bet- 

M and N ; Mass. 
Kroff Win., painter; res, 118 6th st bet L and M; Germany. 
Kachler George E., Davis & Kuchler, Empire bakery, 291 J st; res, 12th 

st bet G and II. 
Knbule Win., carriage maker, Ready & Bros, 303 J st. 
KUMLE & SCHAEFER, pro. Ebner Hotel, 18 and 20 K st. 
Kumle Lambert, Kumle & Schaefer, Ebner Hotel 18 K st ; Germany. 
Kumpf Wm , blacksmith, Kesler's, 9th st bet J and K. 
Kuntz Bernard, New York Bakery, 26 N st ; Germany. 
KUNTZ PKTER, Empire Nursery and Flower Garden, s w cr R and 3d. 
Kunz B ., pro. Capitol bakery, s e cr 9th and M sts ; res, same ; Germany. 

* 18 a»a SO m " «■■«■ 

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FAMILIES 

B1TW1HW ^^ 

Front and Second. Trayeling Pntlio. 

Km. th. BtnmbHt L.„din s „, the lUUmsd Depot. 

KUMLE & 8CHAEPEE, Proprietors. 



SACRAMENTO [ K>!Li ] CITY DIRECTORY. 155 

Ktmz Christopher, baker, Capitol bakery, a e cr M and 9th sts ; Wirtem- 

burg. 
Kyne Charles, elk, Agate's, 147 J st ; res, cr 4th and K ; Ireland. 
Kyes Mrs. Sarah A.; res, 115 N st bet 4th and 5th ; New Orleans. 



LAATTSBR & SCHAFER, coopers, 213 K st. 

Laauser Fritz, Laauser & Schafer ; res, 163 N st bet 6th and 7th. 

La Baer Chas., cook; res, cr 29th and M sts; Germany. 

Labassee A. D., Labassee & Shamloffal, New Orleans saloon, cr 6th and 

K sts ; res 181 L st. 
Labora Frank, res, 3d st bet M and N cr al ; Borne. 
Lacy Thomas, hack driver; bdsEbner hotel, 18 K st; Ireland. 
Ladd L.,CPRRj res, 243 2d st bet P and Q. 
Ladden John, elk, Mclsaac's, 161 Front st ; Indiana. v 
La Duke Frank, boatman, 173 Front st; Mo. 
LAFAYETTE HALL SALOON, 78 K st. 

Lages Christopher, of Bachman, Lages & Co.; 191 J st; res 180 L st. 
Lake Mrs. M., widow ; res, near Gas Works, Slater's Addition. 
LaLibertad Restaurant, n side L st bet Front and 2d. 
Laihy Thomas, stone mason ; res, al, bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 
Lalle Anthony, brick mason, State capitoi ; bds International hotel, 90 

K st. 
Lalonde J. D., elk, Peyser & Lyon's, 194 J st or 7th. 
LAMBARD MILLS, I st bet Front and 2d. 

Lambard O. D., Goss &JLambard; res, Brannan house, No 12 Jst; Me. 
Lambert F. H., res, 150 8th st bet M and N. 
Lamback Henry, sash maker, Hunt & Anderson's, m st near Front ; bds 

U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Lames Wm., stone cutter, State capitoi ; res, N st bet 12th and 13th. 
Lamoureux Mrs. S. E., widow; res, 169 2d st bet N and O. 
Lamoureux T. J., elk, C P R R depot ; res, 169 2d st bet N and O. 
Land Wm., book keeper, Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Landan Mrs. Elizabeth, at L street House, bet 3d and 4th ; Germany. 
Landon George, carpenter ; res, n e cr G and 14th ; N T. 
Landrum J. F.; res, 75 M st bet 3d and 4th; Ya. 
Landys Frank, clerk, old cr grocery, cr 9th and M sts ; Switzerland. 
Landy John, compositor, Daily Record ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Lane James ; bds Union hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Iowa. 
Lane Michael, stone cutter, State Capitol; res, 184 8th st ; Boston. 
Lane John, fireman, P R R Co.; bds IT S hotel, $5 Front st. 
Lang George F., clerk, address, drug store swcrK and 2d its. 
Lang Harris, clerk, Agate, 147 J st ; N Y. 
Lanigan Cornelius, Eureka barge, 173 Front st; NY. 



156 pACBAMENTO [Hi] CITY DIEEQTORT. 

Langhaus Emiel, musician ; res, 76 J st ; Germany. 

Lanigan Wm.j res, 128 4th st bet L and M; Me. 

Lanigan Louise L., dress maker ; res, 123 4th st bet L and If. 

Lang tree Mrs. Ellen, widow; res, alley bet M and N, 3d and 4th st. 

Lansing E. J., up river boats C S N Co.; rms International hotel 90 K st. 

Lansing James, Sheriff, term expires first Monday in March, 1868 ; res, in 

the country. 
Lantry Mrs. Ellen ; res, alley bet 3d and 4th, M and N sts. 
Lantsbery Samuel, clerk, G C Hall, 189 J st; rms Mansion house, 8 7th st. 
Larar John, laborer ; bds Wm. Tell house, cr 9th and J sts. 
Larary D. O., laborer ; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Lardner James, bricklayer, State Capitol ; bds cr 8th and L sts ; Ireland. 
Lardner F. S.; res, e side 2d st bet N and O. 

Larkin H. W., James Anttoony k Co., Sacramento Union, 49 3d st. 
Larkin John N., proprietor Nonpariel Saloon, west side 3d st bet J and K. 
LA BITE H. M., rancher ; address St. Nicholas saloon, 90 J st. 
Lashells A. F., foreman CPKR Co.'s blacksmith shop ; res, s w cr 9th 

and D sts. 
La Shells C. B., book keeper, Huntington & Hopkins, 54 Kst; res, 244 

L st bet 8th and 9th ; 111. 
Lasky B., clothing store, 92 J st; res, same ; Germany. 
Lassen Francis, saddle stamper, 91 Kst; Mexico. 
Latcher Miss Louisa ; res, 81 2d st bet K and L. 
Lauchlan John, at junk store, cr J and 15th sts; res, cr 13th and K sts ; 

Scotland. 
LAUGHLIN JAMES E., Court House Exchange Saloon, 4th st bet J and K. 
Lauf koetter Clemens, clerk for Hammer & Keber, 17 and 19 K st. 
Lauf koetter John A.; res, s w cr 12th and M sts. 
Lauf koetter Wm., tinsmith, at Weiman's, 227 J st bet 9th and 10th. 
Lavaolly Michael A-, blacksmith, Blessing's, cr 11th and J sts. 
Lavell Mrs. Mary ; res, 50 12th st bet G and H ; husband in the mines. 
Lavenson Samuel, Locke & Lavenson, 172 J st ; res, 96 M st ; Germany. 
Lawler John, laborer, State Capitol; res, cr 10th and M sts; Ireland. 
' Lawler John, laborer, CP BR works, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts ; bds 

cr 9th and J st ; Ireland. 
Lawlor James, mining El Dorado co; fam. res, above Gas Works; Slater's 

Addition; Ireland. 
Lawler & Co., picture store, 2d st bet J and E. v 
' Lawler Thomas, Lawler & Co.; res, San Francisco. 
Lawrence Wm., clerk, Jas. Parsons, 163 J st. 

Lawrence Miss Lydia ; res, with G W Young, n side O st bet 4th and 5th. 
Lawson Mrs. Olive, at Sutter's Fort, bet J and K, 28th and 29th sts. 
Lawson P. S., metal roofer ; res, 153 M st. 
Lawson Robert, STEK; res, 55 O st bet 2d and 3d ; Eng. 
Lawson John, farmer, at Jacob Olsen's, cr B and 22dsts; Sweden. 
Lawton John, laborer, CPRB works, bet 4th and 6th, J) and E sts ; bds 

Wm. Tell house, cor J and 9th sts ; Ireland. 
Lawton C. C, clerk, Bohl & Hedrick, 289 J st. 

Lawton J. D., painter; res, Babcock's, 102 K st, * 

Leach Miss Maggie, at Haines' Exchange, 322 J st. 
Leach John ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
LEHMAN & SCHROTH, pro. Pioneer Bakery, 22 J st. 
Lehman J. W., Lehman & Schroth, 22 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Lehman Augustus, bar keeper at Lehman & Schroth, 22 J st. 
Lehmann Charles, Union market, 74 K st ; res, 120 3d st. 



S4CKAJPtffT0 [Ij] city directory. 157 

Leaher Tbeopholis, laborer; rms Wigwam saloon, 1Q5 Front st. 

Leaniels Charles ; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K ats. 

Leary James, laborer ; res, s e cr K and 17th sts ; Ireland. 

Leary L., plasterer ; bds International hotsl, 92 K st. 

Leary Timothy, pressman, Union office, 49 3d st ; res, uwcrQ find 5th, 

Leary T. E.; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 

Leaveland Franklin, peddler fancy goods; res, 195 2d st bet O ajid P; Ger. 

Leary Larry ; bds Brooklyn house, 85 Front st. 

Ledlie J. C, carpenter ; res, n s of O st bet 2d and 3d. 

Ledlie A., works box factory, bet Q and #, Front and 2d st$ ; bds 260 2d 

st, 111. 
Lee George ; res, 71 L st ; Liverpool. 
Lee G.; res, s w cr 2d and S sts. 

Lee Clammer, apprentice Union Iron Works, 171 Front; st. 
Lee John H. C.; res, cr 9th and E sts. ; Boston. 
Lee Mrs. Mary Ann ; res, cr 9th and E sts; Boston. 
Lee James T., C P B R ; res, Oak avenue bet 5th and 6th; 111. 
Lee Mrs. Harvey, widow; rjes, ssHst bet 6th and 7th. 
Lee W. M., wool and hair picker ; res, 11th st bet K and L ; Boston. 
Lee Paul ; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Lee John, freight elk C S N Co ; res, n w cr 9th and E sts. 
Leeman Gaspar, Sac Iron Works ; bds Mechanic's Exchange, I st bet 

Front and 2d ; Germany. 
Leerick Jlenry, Washington Bakery, 85 3d st ; Germany. 
Leet A. H., elk at F. J. Moore's, 196 J st; res, E st bet 12th and 13th; 

New York. 
Leet Henry, Sr.; res, E st bet 12th and 13th ; Yt. 
LE1TCH &^VAN NAMEE, storage and commission merchants, n e cr K 

and 5th sts. 
Leitch W. H. (Leitch & Van Namee); res, n s P st bet 3d and 4th. 
LE LOY LOUIS, barber shop, 56 J st ; res, same ; France. 
Leon Stephen, boatman; res, 182 2 st; Mexico. 

Leon Juan, works on wood barges ; res, al cr O, bet Front and 2d ; Chili.. 
Leon George, brickraason State Capitol ; bds cr 9th and J. 
Lendhard George, baker at Washington Bakery, 85 3d st bet K and L ; 

Germany. 
Leonard James, expressman ; res, n w cr 12th 'and sts. 
Leonard Albert, Insurance agent; res, n e cr H and 17th sts. 
Leonard John, cook; res, 109 in al bet L and M, 4th and 5th; Conn. 

LOUIS LE LOY, 



SUB, 



«X Street, bet. Second and Third, 
SACRAMENTO, 



MANUFACTURER OF 

CURLS, BEAID8 and W^TERF A.3LLS. 

Has constantly on band a large assortment of HUMAN HAIR, and a variety or 

Fancy Articles. 



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158 SACRAMENTO [ Li ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Leonard H. R , civil engineer and builder; res, s e cr P and 2d sts. 

Leopold Bradef, French Laundry, 89 3d st bet K and L. 

Lerond Mme. A., cleans lace; res, 224 L st, cr 8th; France. 

Lerond Theodore, laborer; res, 224 L st, cr 8th; France. 

Le Roy G. F., tailor, 35 2d st bet J and K, Hey wood's block; France. 

Lesser B., glazier ; res, N st bet 3d and 4th. 

Lester J. W. (Waterhouse & Lester), 17 7th st bet I and J; res, 105 

Maiden Lane, N Y city. 
Leuze George F. , elk at Renz's paint and oil store, 222 J st. 
Levey Patrick, at Sac Union office, 49 3d st ; res, O st bet 5th and 6th. 
Levy Morris, tailor shop, 21 K st ; res, 175 4th st bet N and O. 
Levy M., cigars and tobacco, 96 J st, cr 4th ; rms seer H and 7th sts; 

Germany. 
Levy Louis, merchant tailor, 42 2d st ; res, cr al and 4 th st bet N and O. 
LEYY R., cigars, tobacco and fruit, 16 K st; res, same* 
Levy G. N., Merchant's Exchange saloon, 3d st bet J and K; res, same. 
LEYY A., What Cheer clothing store, 10 K st ; res, 140 3d st bet M and 

N; Prussia. 
Levey Henry; res, cr al bet O and P, 4th st; Eng. 
Levy Marks, cigar stand at Bank Exchange, cr K and 2d ; Poland. 
Levy Samuel, Sr., clothing store 135 J st; res, same. 
Levy Samuel, Jr., clothing store 135 J st; res, same. 
Lewis Frank, boatman ; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Lewis J.; res, No 12 2d st. 

Lewis R. W., foreman at Crocker's, 42 J st ; res, 193 M st, cr 7th ; Conn 
Lewis Wm ; res, cr Q and 10th sts ; Ireland. 
Lewis John, teamster ; bds St Louis hotel, 255 J st. 
Lewis J. H., register and transcript elk P O, cr 4th and K sts. 
Lewis F., boatman C S N Co ; res, bet Front and 2d, P and Q sts. 
Lewis John N.; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K. 
Lewis Frank, laborer C P R R round house, cr 4th and D sts. 
Lewis T. H., laborer C P R R round house, cr 4th and D sts. 
Lewis Isaac, clothing store, 194 J st ; res, 200 L st ; Germany. 
Lewis Chas. H., col, waiter; res, 7th st bet N and OjKY. 
Lewick Andrew, driver for Scheldt ; res, cr 28th and M. 
Light Geo., unwell ; rms M st bet Front and 2d ; Switzerland. 
Liginsby J., Lambard's mill ; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st. 
Linchecomb Mrs. Harriet, col; res, 112 5th st. 
Linchecomb Sarah, col ; res, 112 5th st. 
Lindsay W. K.; res, ssFst bet 12th and 13th; Ky. 
Lindsay Robert, special policeman ; res, 143 al, bet I and J, 5th and 6th. 
LINDLEY & LOHMAN, wholesale grocers, 46 K st. 
Lindley T. M. (Lindley & Lohman); res, 108 N st bet 4th and 5th ; Ind. 
Liness John, carpenter ; res, 232 L st. 

Linell Henry, elk at Hooker & Co.'s, 71 J st ; bds 2d st bet M and N. 
Lingley Mrs. Sarah; res, w s 5th st bet N and O; N S. 
Link Abraham, porter at What Cheer house, cr K and Front. 
Linn L. R., salesman at Adams, McNeill & Co., 95 Front st; rms Mrs. 

Yan Every's, 54 L st. 
Linn J. J., farmer ; res, 10th st bet M and N ; Penn. 
LIPMAN S. & CO., dry goods, 129 J st cr 5th. 
Lipman S., Lipman & Co. 129 J street ; res, San Francisco. ' 
Lisarraga Manuel, saloon, 20 L st bet Front and 2d; Mexico. 
Litchfield Chas. A., bricklayer, State Capitol; rms L st bet 9th and 10th 

Mass. 



SACRAMENTO [ Hi ] CITY DIRECTORY. 159 

Lite Daniel, saddletree maker; res, necr 8th and T; 111. 

Litthauer Charles, waiter, Ebner Hotel, 18 K st; Germany. 

Little Francis, Fountain House, 298 J st. 

Liittlefield J. W., machinist, CPRE; res, s w cr S and 2d sts ; Me. 

Littlefield T. P., engineer, C SNCo; res, 218 D st; Me. 

LITTLETON CAPT. M.; res, cr D and 10th sts; Ga. 

Livingston Samuel, teamster; res, 381 I st cr 13th ; N T. 

Livingston Mrs. Margaret, col; res, alley L and M, 4th and 5th; Ohio. 

LLOYD ANDREW, tin and copper, and plumber, 165 J st; res, O st bet 

12th and 13th ; Scotland. 
Lobe A., book keeper at A. Dennery's 75 J st. 
Lobenstein M., drayman; res, 210 L st; Hessian. 
LOCKE & LA VENSON, carpets and upholstery, 172 J st. 
Locke Geo. W., Locke & Lavenson, 172 J st; res, 94 M st bet 3d and 4th; 

New Hampshire. 
Lock Lewis, Jr., carpenter shop, R st bet 2d and 3d, rear of 42 ; Boston. 
Lockhart John, mill-wright ; res, n e cr D and 14th. 
Loftier August, blacksmith, at McGuire's, 148 K st; res, rear of shop; 
Germany. 

Loeser Albert, shoemaker, 2d st bet J and K ; res, same ; N. Y. 
Loffer A., blacksmith; res, 138 L st bet 5th and 6th. 
Logan Jefferson, col, whitewasher, I st, one door east of 6th. 
Lomax J S.; bds at Miss Bennett's, s w cr J and 4th sts ; Mo. 
LOHMAN ISAAC, house of Lindley & Lohman, 46 K st; res, F st bet 
7th and 8th; Tenn. 

Lone John, laborer ; bds United States Hotel, 55 Front st. 

Long Jeremiah, conductor C P R R ; res, 76 J st. 

Long Thomas, teaming over mountains ; family 305 I st ; Mo. 

Long Michael, laborer, CPER round house. 

Long George ; bds Western Hotel, 43 K st. 

Lonergan John, laborer, Sacramento Iron Works, I bet Front and 2d. 

Longataugh John, blacksmith ; Empire City, Nev.; family resides on H 
st bet 12th and 13th ; Ohio. 

LONGFIELD EDWAED, tailor, 163 K st; res, same; Eng. 

Longton Wm., apprentice Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. 

Longton H., dealer in vegetables; res, n e cr 17th and J sts. 

Looney John, laborer, CrRE; bds on D st bet 7th and 8th ; Ireland. 

Loorya M, tailor, 37 Front st ; Poland. 

Lopez Francisco, stevedore ; bds L st bet Front and 2d ; Mexico. 

Lopez P., cook ; res, alley, bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 

Lorenz George, proprietor Plaza market, 286 J st; res, 293 I st; 111. 

Lotthammer Louis, saloon, 210 J st ; res, 108 9th st bet L and M ; Ger. 

Lotthammer Adolph, barkeeper, 210 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 

Lotthammer Charles, saloon, 145 K st ; res, same. 

Loughlin Dennis, carpenter; res, west side 5th st bet,Q and E; Ireland. 

Lovell Horatio, laborer, State Capitol; res, in alley N and O, 9 and 10th; 
Eng. 

Love Robert T., machinist, C P R It; bds with J. N. Andrews, 2d st bet 
J and K. 

Lovejoy & Upham, dentists, 112 J st 

Lovejoy John, address 112 J st. 

Loveland Daniel D., carpenter; res, s e cr D and 15th sts. 

Low Leonard, miller; bds United States Hotel, 55 Front st. 

LOWELL J. P., hides and wool; office cr First and Broad sts; res, n w 
cr 7th and O sts. 



160 SACRAlbfeNTO [Hi] CrtY DIRECTOKT. 

Lowell M.; res, 106 5th at bet L and M; N Y. 

Lowell H R., clerk at J. P. Lowell's, er Front and Broad sts ; res, or 7th 
and O sts; Me. 

Lowell Frank; res, 151 N st bet 5th and 6th; Ind. 

Lowell Mrs. M. J., widow ; private boarding-house, west side 2d bet M 
and N sts. 

Lowery John, boatman, 173 Front st ; R. I. 

Lowney J. B., blacksmith, State Capitol ; res, cr 9th and O ; Ireland. 

Lucas Thos. R., carpenter ; res, n e cr 9th and R sts ; Ireland. 

Lucas Chas., waiter at Western hotel, 43 E st. 

Luce C, teamster ; res, over Getts' saloon, K st bet 10th and 11th. 

Luce Israel, Aitkin & Co., marble works, and Superintendent City Cem- 
etery, 181 K st ; res, 237 M st bet 8th and 9th ; N Y. 

Luce A., teamster ; res, K st bet 10th and 11th. 

Lucher George, Monitor saloon, 320 J st; res, same ; Ohio. 

Lucey B., teamster; res, cr 12th and R. 

Ludbow W. B., C P R R freight depot; res, cr F and 10th sts; N Y. 

Ludy Adam, baker at K st bakery, 143 K st; Germany. 

Luft Harry, tinner, Hansbrow's, 49 K st ; rms Ebner hotel, 18 and 20 
Kst. 

Lung and Chung, wash shop, 85 E st. 

Lundquist F., assay er at Waters k Co.'s, 64 J st ; res, 250 P st bet 8th and 
9th; Sweden. 

LUNDQUIST EDWIN, manufacturer of jewelry, 42 3d st ; res, same. 

Lutz, laborer, C P R R round house. 

Lygon Patrick, laborer, C P R R round house. 

Lyman Mrs. A. A., widow ; res, 157 N st bet 5th and 6th. 

Lynaugh Patrick, laborer, State capitol; bds cr 10th and M sts; Ireland. 

Lynch Patrick, laborer; res, e side 5th st bet M and N; Ireland. 

Lynch L. L., rifle and pistol gallery, 41 8th st; res, same; Maine. 

Lynch Mrs. Mary F. , Monongahela house, 7th st bet E and L. 

LYNCH A. H., attorney at law; res, 86 P st; Ohio. 

Lynch D. L., carpenter; res, 86 P st. 

Lynch Michael, New State Capital saloon, 288 M st cr 10th; res, same. 

Lynch Mike, laborer; bds L Street house, bet 3d and 4th. 

Lynch James, book keeper at U S hotel, 55 Front st ; Ireland. 

Lynch Martin, at J. C. Devine & Co.'s, 155 E st. 

Lynn J. J., stock on Cache Creek ; res, w side 10th st bet N and O. 

LYON & SON, Produce Merchants, 21 J st. 

LYNCH & FREEMAN, 

"©EMITS AT LAW 

JLnd Real 

Will Practice in all the Courts of this State, and attend 

to Buying, Selling and Leasing of Real Estate in City 

and County ; and to Investigation of Titles. 

OFFICE— Masonic Building, Cor. 6th and K Streets, 

SACRAMENTO. 








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SACRAMENTO [ HrJSSC ] CITY DIRECTOEY. 161 

Lyons Oeo. F., book keeper, Lyon & Son, 21J it ; res, over store ; Wis. 

Lyon W. F., 21 J st ; res, 6th st bet £ and P ; N T. 

Lyon Wm. M., 21 J st; res, San Francisco; Wis. 

Lyon M. F., elk, Lyon & Son's, 21 J st ; res, 6th st bet B and F ; Wis. 

Lyon Benj. W., carpenter CPKB work shop, cr D and 6th sts ; res, er 

7th and I sts ; Mass. 
Lyon E., of Peyser & Lyon, 194 J st cr 7th ; res; sworE and 6th sts, 
Lyon John, porter, Millikin Bro. k Co., 64 K st. 
Lyons Oapt. Samuel, Eighth Street saloon, No 49, bet J and K sts ; Ya. 
Lyons Edward, res, E st, bet 6th and 7th. ' 

Lyons Miss J. M., assistant High school, Union school house, er G and 7th 

sts ; res, at Mr. Clements', n e cr 7th and F sts. 
Lytle George I., elk City Water Works ; res, 210 2d st ; NY. 
Lyndon Charles, American laundry, Slater's Addition. 



M 

M Street Market, 224 M st cr 8th. 

Maas & Neilson, family grocery, n w cr 7th and N sts. 

Maas Thomas, Maas & Neilson, family grocery, n w cr 7th and N ste. 

Mabery G. W., laborer; res, n w cr S and 3d cts; Tenn. 

Maboy J.C.,CPRB; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 

Macateer Ed., iron ship builder; bds Slater's Addition; Belfast, Ireland. 

Mackfessel Frank, res, M st bet 13th and 14th ; Germany. 

Mackall B. H., teaming; bds at Petree's, 338 J st ; Ohio. 

Madden Jerome; elk Cr R R office, 58 K st ; rms No 15 Bead's Block, or 

3d and J st. 
Maddux George, col, waiter, Orleans Hotel, 2d st bet J and K; Mich. 
Maddux Mrs. S. J., widow; private boarding-house, 235 2d st bet P and Q. 
Maginnis J. M., clerk, Golden Eagle Hotel, 181 K st; res, alley J and K, 

5th and 6th sts. 
Magha Thomas, laborer ; res, P st bet 8th and 9th. 
MAGNOLIA HOTEL, by Benj. F. Johnson, 23 J st. 
Mahany Jerry, laborer, Kyan's brickyard ; Ireland. 
Mahany Mrs. K., widow ; res, 147 5th st bet M and N. 
Mahany John, painter ; res, 147 5th st bet M and N. 
MAHfiT CHARLES, 6th st market, bet I and J sts ; res, oyer shop ; Ger. 
Mahoney Maurice, teaming, C. C. fieid, 199 J st; res, 12th st bet Q and P. 
Mahoney Matthias, laborer, State Capitol ; res, Q and R, 11th and 12th 

sts; Ireland. 
Mahony John, saddler, 291 K st ; res, L st bet 10th and 11th ; Ireland. 
Mahoney Cornelius, employ^, CPRR round house. 
Maier Wm. (A. Kewbauer k Co.), Washington Bakery, 85 3d st bet K 

and L ; res, same ; Germany; 

2* 



182 SACRAMENTO [M!] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Main* John, builder, alley N and 0, 11th and 12th sts ; lie. 

Main J. D.; bds City. Hotel, 73 K st. 

MAIN A MARCO, coffee and fruit stand, cr 3d and J sts; Austria. 

Mallahy John, City Hotel, 73 K st, carriage driver. 

Malone B., engineer, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d; res, 54 P 

st bet 2d and 3d. 
MALONE F. S., Pacific stable, 88 2d st ; res, over 61 J st. 
Malone Thomas, ware dresser, Sacramento Iron Works ; Ireland. 
Malone T., moulder, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, n e cr 

S and 3d sts. 
Malloy Charles, OPER.j res, 299 K st. 
Mallow John, barkeeper, saloon cr Front and J sts; Portugal. 
Maloney Daniel, laborer, State Capitol ; res, in alley JS" and 0, 4th and 5th 

sts; Ireland. 
Manahan James, stone mason, CPRB; bds at Cody's, cr M and 8th sts; 

Ireland. 
Mance James, laborer; res, Ryan's brickyard; Mass. 
Mangan John, horse shoer, 167 K st. 
MANGAN PETER F., horse shoer and veterinarian, 167 K st ; res, n s G 

st bet 11th and 12th ; Ireland. 
Mangan Patrick ; res, G st, bet 9th and 10th ; Ireland. 
Manica James, laborer; bds United States Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Manning Patrick, laborer ; bds Brooklyn Hotel, 85 Front st. 
Manning Judson, carpenter ; res, J st bet 28th and 29th ; Mass. 
Manso Joseph, barber; shop 105 J street; Spain. 
Manuel Joseph, laborer; bas Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Marchado Alta Gracia; res, 72 L st, bet 3d and 4th; Mexico. 
Marchant John, blacksmith, Pike & Young's, cr 4th and L st; bds Inter- 
national Hotel, 90 K st. 
Markey James, Pacific stables, 86-8 2d st; Ireland. 
Marks R., shoe store, 216 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Marks Mrs. M., widow; res, 120 3d st bet L and M. 
Mariante Louis Frank, Second Mate Goodman Castle ; res, alley bet P and 

Q sts; Portugal. 
Marra Daniel, tailor, at Paris', 266 J st ; bds Wm. Tell House, cr 9th and J. 
Marsh G. W., carriage trimmer, Pike & Young's, cr 4th and L sts. 
Marsh Robert, watch maker, at Lundquist's, 42 3d st ; res, same. 
Marsh R. C, piano forte repairer, 118 7th st, bet L and M; res, same; 

Boston. 
Marsh Benj. W., carriage painter; res, 247 8th st, bet P and Q; Ohio. 
Marsh Andrew J., phonographic reporter; Sacramento Union, 49 3d st. 
Marshall Sylvester, blacksmith and wagon maker, cr I and 11th sts; res, 

367 G st bet 12th and 13th ; Penn. 
Marshal Frank, carpenter; res, 232 2d st bet P and Q; Tenn. 
Marshall George, upholstery, 57 J st. 
Marters Robert, book keeper, Mebius & Co. (Lady Adams), 13 and 15 K 

st; Germany. 
Martin Alexander, saloon, cr J and Front sts; rms St. George bldg, 4th st. 
Martin Edward M., attorney at law, office Masonic bldg, cr K and 6th sts; 

res, 12th st bet F and G ; Iowa. 
Martin Henry, laborer ; res, with C. W. Clark, Poverty Ridge ; Ireland. 
Martin Fred., blacksmith, H. Bernard's, cr 6th and L sts ; bas Belvidere 

hotel, 6th st bet J and K ; Mass. 
Martinez Trinidad, stevedore ; res, alley P and Q, Front and 2d ; Mexico. 
Martinez Jose ; res, alley bet L and M, 3d and 4th sts ; Mexico. 



SACRAMENTO [~JVE] CITY DIRBCTOST. 1SS 

Martz Samuel A., carpenter ; res, 7th si bet D and B ; Virginia. 

Martz B. W., Chief of Police ; res, 120 4th at bet L and M ; Penn. 

MARTIN W. W., fancy dry goods, 124 J st ; res, s w cr B and 10th sts. 

Marvin F. W., with father, 124 J st. 

Marvin George, printer; bds 102 K at. 

Marx Charles J., M. D.; office 198 K st ; res, same ; Germany. 

Masters E. B., carpenter, CPBB; res, cr F and 18th sts; Wis. 

Masterson George, teamster; bds Telegraph house, 364 J at ; Wis. 

Massol P. A.; res, north side st bet 8th and 9th; N T. 

Mason George, fruit dealer ; res, 438 H st ; Ohio. 

MASON J. P., saddlery and harness, 91 K st ; res, S st bet 5th and 6th ; 111. 

MASON J. A., carriage shop, 3d st bet land J; res, rear of shop ; Mass. 

Mason H. S., teaming over mountains; family, alley bet J and K, 13th 

and 14th sts ; Ohio. 
Mason W. T. , carpenter ; bds What Cheer honse, cr Front and K sts. 
Matthews William, longshoreman ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, N and O sts. 
Matthewson George, laborer, CPBB worlds, or 5th and D sts. 
Mauldin John, sawyer, Hotchkiss k Co's, Q and Front sts ; Ind. 
Maxwell Timothy, laborer; res, west side 3d st bet O and P; Conn. 
Maxwell John R., printer, at Crocker k Co.; Ohio. 
Mays Joseph, carriage maker, Bernard's, s e cr L and 6th sts ; res, same ;■ 

Ireland. 
May William T.j res, 40 N st bet 2d and 3d; Boston. 
May Thomas C, drayman ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, Q and R Bta; NT. 
May George R., book keeper, McDonald's, 139 J st ; Mo. 
May W. FT, barkeeper, Capitol hotel, 190 K st, cr 7th. 

J. P. MASON, 

[Successor to A. T. NELSON,] 



MLA.PfIXPACXXJKEIfc OF 

SADDLERY HARNESS, 

No. 91 

K STREET— NEAR THE POST OFFICE, 

8ACBAMBNTO . 



164 SAQRAXKHTO [ M ] CITY DIMOTOB Y. 

M ATJBBITCH ANTONE, proprietor Globe Restaurant, 39 K st ; Austria. 

Maybell Qeorge, laborer ; res, seer 5th and 8 sts ; Kansas. 

Maymon H., steward, Rattenberry's, 80 J st; Russia. 

MAYO ELI; res, 350 J st, near s w cr 12th st; England. 

Mayo Jos., carriage maker, H. Bernard's, cr 6th and L sts; bds Crescent 

City hotel, bet 6th and 7th sts; Toronto, Canada. 
McAlister Mrs. B., widow; res, 172 3d st bet N and sts. 
McAllister Alfred, barkeeper, Louisiana hall, 81 2d st, 
McBearty P., carriage maker, H. Bernard's, cr 6th and L sts; rms at St. 

George bldg, corner 4th and J sts ; N. B. 
McBurney IT. H., compositor; bds Telegraph house, J st bet 12th and 13 A. 
MoBnrney Moses, teamster; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J st. 
McBurney W. H., carpenter and joiner; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J at. 
McCabe H., laborer; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
McCabe James, laborer, at State Capitol; res, N st bet 10th and 11th; 

Ireland. 
McCain Hugh, at Paine's stable, 140 K st ; bds United States hotel, 55 

Front st. 
McCall Bobert H., butcher, cr 3d and L sts ; res, 99 3d st ; Ohio. 
McCallum J. G., attorney at law; office St. George bldg, 45 4th st; rms 

same. 
McCann James, 'laborer ; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 
McCann Michael, boot maker, 110 3d st bet L and M ; res, same; Ireland. 
McCann Mary, chambermaid, Golden Eagle hotel, 189 K st. 
McCann D.; rms Bead's Block, cr J and 3d sts. 
McC ANN HENRY, merchant tailor, 223 J st ; res, same ; Ireland. 
McCann Mrs. Elizabeth, widow; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, Q and B sts. 
McCann Margaret; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
McCann J., dealer in fruit ; bds cr 8th and M sts ; N Y. 
McCants Thomas, briok mason ; res, n s L st bet 12th and 13th. 
McCarr Thomas; res, alley bet M and N, 2d and 3d. 
McCABRAGHEB JOHN, family grocery, 128 L st, cr 5th; res, same; 

Ireland. 
McClarken John, tailor, at McCann's, 223 J st ; bds What Cheer house, cr 

K and Front sts. 
McCarthy Mrs. Hannah, widow: res, n w cr D and 13th sts; Ireland. 
McCarthy Charles, laborer CPBB works cr 5th and D sts. 
McCarthy W. I. , clerk U 9 Revenue office 4th Diet Cal.; office in St. 

George bldg ; N Y city. 
McCarthy Dennis, Sac Gas works; res, Slater's add; Ireland. 

GLOBE RESTAURANT 





PROPRIETOR, 

No. 39K Street, Sacramento, 



Board by the Week or Single Meal. 



SACRAMKNTO [ 3N£ ] CITY DIBBOTORT. 165 

McCarthy W. J., in N T city ; fem. res, necrQ and 6th ; N Y. 
McCarthy Mrs. Katharine, widow ; res, 90 L st bet 6th and 7th ; Mass. 
McCarthy John, works for K L Drew & Ccv cr 2d and M ; bds Front st 

bet L and M ; Ireland. 
McCarthy Daniel, plumber at D W Clark's, 51 K st. 
McCarthy Hannah, chambermaid at Golden Eagle hotel, cr 7th and IL 
McCarty M.; bds What Cheer house, cr E and Front sts. 
McCarty H. G., son of E. E. McCarty, at Bee office cr 3d and J sts. 
McCarty R. D., Deputy Recorder under Shirland ; rms McCormick bldg, 

cr K and 4th sts ; Mass. 
McCARTY EORERT E., Sr., shoe store, 88 J st; res, rear same; Mo. 
McCarty Edward F., son of B. E. McCarty; in San Francisco. 
McCarty T. W. T., son of R. E. McCarty ; attending school. 
McCarty Mary, 40 L st bet 2d and 3d ; Ireland. 
McCarty J., at Henry Bernard's; bds City hotel, 73 E st 
McCarty Daniel, laborer ; res, cr 13th and t> sts ; Mo. 
McCaslan Jcthn, laborer ; res, cr 13th and D sts ; Me. 
McClatchy James, one of the proprietors and editor of the Daily Bee; 

res, 66 P st cr 3d ; Ireland. 
McClelen Cobert, carriage maker at Melvin's, cr 4th and I ; Ohio. 
McClery James, wagon shop, 374 K st; res 321 E st; Penn. 
McCLINTOCK JOHN, City Auditor; res, 47 N st. 
McCloy John E., carpenter and builder; res n s N st bet 9th and 10th. 
McClure James C, night elk Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and E. 
McConihey S. W., asst at Dr. Burns' Water Cure, cr 7th and L ; Ohio. 
McCord John, elk at Booth & Co.'s, 47 J st ; res, 229 M st ; Ohio. 
McCormick N. M., compositor, Union office, 43 3d st; res, s w cr E and 

13th sts. 
McCormick Miss H. T.; res, P st cr 3d. 
McCormick F. H., book keeper ; res, Fourth Avenue house, cr 4th and L 

sts; Ohio. 
McCormick Frank, carpenter; bds IT S hotel 55 Front at. 
McCort Joe, laborer ; bds What Cheer house cr K and Front st* 
McCoy John ; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 

McCoy Mrs. Julia, widow; res, in al, bet L and M, 4th and 5th; Ireland. 
McCoy Patrick, moulder Sac Iron Works. 

McCracken Wm., constable; office, Masonic block, cr K and 6th; Penn. 
McCrae Roderick, laborer; res, in al, bet F and Gr, 6th and 7th; Canada. 
MeCreary Charles ; res, s s F st bet 10th and 11th. 
McCreary H. C, atty at law, Sazerac bldg, cr J and 2d sts; res, F it bet 

10th and 11th ; Ohio. 
McCreary B., office, 189 J st . 

McCrory Edward, carpenter C P R R ; res, 6th st bet P and Q. 
McCuilough John Gr., atty at law ; office, 49 J st ; Pa. 
McDarmott George, gardener; bds XJ S hotel, 55 Front st. 
McDonald R. H.; visiting East. 
McDonald Michael, C P R R; res, 430 KstjNO. 
McDonald Rev. James 3., Presbyterian Minister; res, 217 N st bet 7th 

and 8th ; Ohio. 
McDonald Patrick, teaming over mountains; res, n w cr P and 7th sts; 

New York. 
McDonald Patrick, laborer C P R R ; res, s s Q st bet 9th and 10th ; Ire. 
McDonnell Samuel A., elk at H. C. Kirk's, 114 J st; res, same; N Y. 
MoDonough Anthony, stone cutter C P R R ; bds D st bet 7th and 8th ; 

Ireland. 



166 SACRAMENTO [ M ] OUT DIBECKfcY. 

MoDONALD K. H. & CO., drugs and dental instruments, 139 J st. 

McDonnell John, laborer; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front. 

McDowell Mrs. Eliza ; res, 1st house above cr 10th and H sts ; N T. 

McDowell J. A., wood, wholesale ; res 4th st bet N and OjNI 

McElroy John, blacksmith ; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 

McEwin W.L,CPEK office ; rms Lady Adams bldg, 15 K st. 

McFarland J., musician ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 

McGah Thomas, laborer at State Capitol ; res, P st bet 8th and 9th ; Ire. 

McGee Thomas, laborer CFB£ works cr 5th and D sts. 

McGee Mrs. Mary ; res, s w cr 9th and R sts. 

McGinnis Peter, CPER; res, M st bet 5th and 6th ; Ireland. 

McGinnis C; res, secrK and 20th sts. 

McGowan Patrick, blacksmith shop n e cr 11th and I; res, 11th st bet H 

and I ; St Louis. 
McGowan David, conductor CPRBj res, H st bet 10th and Ilth ; N T. 
McGloon Miss Annie ; res, al, bet I and J, 2d and 3d ; Ireland. 
McGrath James, miner ; res, n e cr E and 8th sts ; Ireland. 
McGrath Michael, laborer ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
McGraw Peter, teamster ; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J st ; Wis. 
McGraw James, teamster; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J st; Wis. 
McGraw Charles, teamster; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J st; Wis. 
McGraw Wm., butcher, Empire market, 24 K st; res, same; Iowa. 
McGreevy Peter, pro. Mineral Point house, 173 J st. 
McGregor James ; res, 143 4th st bet M and N ; Scotland. 
McGregor E., machinist, Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
McGuigan Daniel, expressman ; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st. 

e. h. Mcdonald, i { new york office, 

J.0.SPEN0EE. J 1 18 Piatt Street. 



DRUGS, CHEMICALS, 

PATENT MEDICINES, 

Dental and Surgical Instruments, Perfumes 

— AND — 





SACRAMENTO CITY, 



— AND- 



EAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



SACRAMENTO [ M ] CITY DERECTORT. 167 

McGuire James, moulder, Sac Iron works; res, n e cr 3d and K ; Ireland. 
McGuire J. B., book keeper Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
McGuire Bernard, res, D st bet 13th and 14th; Ireland. 
McGuire James, maker of iron doors and shutters, 148 K st ; res, P st bet 

6th and 7th ; Ireland. 
McGuire P., at Hunt's saw mill, M st bet Front and 2d ; rms 116 3d st. 
McGuire Wm., blacksmith ; res, D st bet 13th and 14th ; Ireland. 
McGuire B., res, n s M st bet 4th and 5th ; Ireland. 
McGuire Joseph, shoemaker ; res n s M st, bet 4th and 5th ; Ireland, 
McHale P., cook, city hotel, 73 K st. 
McHale Thomas, machinist, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st ; res, n e cr 

4th and sts, up stairs. 
Mclmery Dennis, blacksmith's helper, GPBB works; bds 9th st bet D 

and E ; Ireland. 
Mclnerney Michael, porter; bds at U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Mclntee Miss Ann, chambermaid, City hotel, 73 E st. 
Mclntire Terrence, saloon keeper ; res, bet L and M, 14th and 15th sts. 
Mclntire J. A., book keeper, Booth & Co., 45 Front st; bds at Brannan 

house, 12 J st. 
Mclntire Mrs Margaret, res, 115 M st bet 5th and 6th; Me. 
Mclntire H. J , brickmason State Capitol ; res, n s N st bet 9th and 10th. 
Mclntire E. J., moulder by trade ; res, 151 M st bet 5th and 6th. 
Mclsaac John, grocery, 161 Front st ; Scotland. 
Mcintosh Alexander, bds at What Cheer house, s e cr Front and K sts. 
Mcintosh John, grain, 239 and 241 J st; res, same ; N Y. 
Mcintosh's yard and feed for animals, 8th st bet J and K. 
Mcintosh Alex., shoemaker at H. Morris', 14 K st; Scotland. 
McJunkin J. T., of Clark & McJunkin, 161 Kst. 
McKail James, stevedore; res, 24 2d st bet P ond Q ; Eng. 
McKay Samuel, hatter; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 
McKay Boderick, bds Mechanic's Exchange 24 I st. 
McKee George, gardener ; res, 106 P st, bet 4th and 5th ; Vt. 
McKee E., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, 106 P st 

bet 5th and 6th. 
McKee Homer, apprentice, CPBR machine shop ; res, 106 P st bet 4th 

and 5th; Vt. 
McKee Edward, moulder, Sac Iron Works. 
McKeon Mrs Margaret; res, F st bet 14th and 15th ; S T. 
McKenzie Alexander, plasterer ; res, Golden Eagle Hotel, 189 K st. 
McKenny D. drayman ; res, International hotel, 90 K st. 
McKeno Peter, laborer; bds at What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
McKenna Michael, tailor, shop 81 K st ; res, 11th st bet H and I. 
McKenna John J, blacksmith at Hill's, 391 J st; res; 11th st bet H and 

I ; Boston, 
McKenna Thos. P., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d, 
McKenny M., plumber; bds What Cheer house cr Front and K sts. 
McKenny P., steward Golden Eagle hotel, n w cr 7th and K sts. 
McKenny Wm., cook Golden Eagle hotel, n w cr 7th and K sts. 
McKILLIP C, wagon shop, 7th st bet K and L; res, K st bet 6th and 7th 
McKim T. J., at John Wright & Co.'s, 175 K st ; res, 184 M st ; Ohio. 
McKinney, Wm. E., tinner at Gillig & Mott's 53 J st; Mo. 
McKinney Josiah, bricklayer, State Capitol ; bds Fountain house, 298 J 

st bet 10th and 11th ; Ind. 
McKinnon Michael, tailor, res, M st bet 12th and 13th. 
McKnight Mrs. Alice, widow ; res, 48 15th st, bet J and K ; Ireland. 



168 SACRAMENTO [ ]S£ ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

McKune Henry, carpenter ; res, al bet Front and 2d, Q and R sts ; Ga. 
McKune J. EL, Dist. Jndge 6th Judicial District; res, old Masonic Block, 

17 J st. 
McLane Wm., porter Wigwam ; res, same ; Ireland. 
McLane James, laborer, C P K R, cr 5th and D sts. 
McLane James, brick moulder ; res, cr R and 15th sts. 
McLain Wm., laborer ; rm Wigwam saloon, 105 Front st. 
McLaughlin L., tailor; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
McLaughlin Duncan, moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
McLaughlin Mrs. Sarah, res, bet 150 and 152 8th sf bet M and N; Ire. 
Mclaughlin Mrs. Elizabeth, res, 119 4th st bet K and L ; Boston. 
McLaughlin Daniel, res, 151 M st bet 5th and 6th. 
McLaughlin D., caulker ; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and E sts. 
McLaughlin Wm., drayoian, Baker ft Hamilton, J st bet Front and 2d; 

res, 5th st bet N and O cr alley. 
McLerny John, horse shoe nail maker, cr 8th and L sts; res, same. 
McMaher Thos., laborer ; res, Bowers' brick yard ; Ireland. 
McMAHON P. J., pro. TJ S Hotel, 55 Front st; Ireland. 
McMahon John, blacksmith ; cr E and 14th sts ; Ireland. 
McMahon Patrick, caulker by trade; res, cr D and 14th sts; Ireland. 
McMahon Miss Margaret, chambermaid, XT S hotel, 55 Front st. 
McMahon Thos., laborer, C P R R, cr 5th and D sts. 
McMahon Terrence, Painter ; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
McManus J., drayman for Yan Winkle ft Duncan ; 95 J st ; res, Slater's 

Addition; Scotland. 
McManus Matt., porter Hooker ft Co., 71 J st; res, 141 N st bet 15th and 

16th sts. 
McManus M., res, 284 Mst; Ireland. 

McMillen Sam'l, sewing machine; res, n wcr J and 18th sts. 
McMillen J as. N., teaming over mountains ; fam res, 424 K st; 111. 
McMillan S. A., machinist; res, J and K, 18th and 19th; Ohio. 
McMitchell Wyman, delivering freight clerk, C 8N Co.; res, cr L and 

Front sts. 
McMORRY ft BRO., boots and shoes, 97 K st. 

McMorry F., McMorry ft Bro, 97 K st; res, 302 4th st bet O and P; Ireland. 
McMorry James, McMorry & Bro, 97 K st. 

McMorry Terry, clerk, J Gates ft Bro, cr J and 6th sts ; res, same ; N T. 
McNair Mrs. Mary, widow ; res, 7th st bet E and F. 
McNamara John, hod carrier ; res, B st bet 14th and 15th ; Ireland. 
McNanny Archibald, stone cutter C P R R Co.; bds International hotel, 

90 K st ; Ohio. 
McNalley Francis, laborer ; bds City hotel, 78 K st. 
McNalley John ; bds Mechanics' Exchange, 24 I st. 
McNeai A., carpenter, Ricker ft Co., alley bet J and K, 3d and 4th sts; 

res, 86 M st bet 3d and 4th ; Penn. 
McNeai Mrs. Kate, chambermaid, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Phila. 
MoNEILL JOHN, house, Adams McNeill ft Co., 95 Front st; res, n e cr 

N and 7th sts. 
McNeill Mary Ann, widow, works out ; res, 28 N st ; Ireland. 
McNeill Michael, laborer, C P R R works, cr 5th and D sts. 
McNeil Miss Mary Ann ; res, at Griffith's, n w cr 6th and M sts. 
McNier Nathaniel, Capt. Star of the West ; res, 173 Front st ; Ind. 
McNulty Mrs. John, widow ; res, 173 N st bet 6th and 7th ; N T. 
McPearson Wm., carpenter ; res, alley bet 6th and 7th, F and G sts. 
McRae Roderick, C P R R switchman ; bds Mechanics' Exchange, 24 I st. 



SACRAMENTO [1VE] CITY DIRECTORY. 169 

McSchafer Daniel, boatman, onOK; address 173 Front st. 

McSurely Wm., lumberman ; res, or Front and Q sts ; Iowa. 

McTee Frank, blacksmith, E st bet 11th and 12th; res, 11th st bet K and L. 

McTernan Michael, at Billing's, 105 K st. 

McVoy Miss Margaret, private boarding, 55 L st, with Mrs. Grace. 

McWade D.D..CPRR Co.; res, 164 2d st; Penn. 

McWilliams W. A., County Auditor elect; res, 176 O st bet 6th and 7th; 

Ireland. 
McWilliams H., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Meadows Sidney, teaming ; res, w side 13th st bet J and K. 
Meagher M. H., drayman ; res, £ st bet 17th and 18th sts. 
Mealy Wm., blacksmith ; res, M st bet 12th and 13th ; Ireland. 
Mears John, teamster ; bds Atlantic hotel, cr 12th and J sts. 
Mears Edward T., wagon maker, at Shattuck's, £. st bet 7th and 8th ; res, 

9th st bet J and JL 
MEBIUS & CO., Wholesale Grocers, Nos. 13 and 15 K st. 
Mebius L., Mebius & Co., 13 and 15 K st ; res, swcrfi and 12th sts. 
Mechanics' Exchange hotel, 24 I st. 

Meckfessel Fred., water cart ; res, s side L st, w} lot 3, bet 13th and 14th. 
Medberry W. C, salesman, Hoi brook, Merrill & Co., 176 J st; res, 166 O 

st bet 6th and 7th ; Wis. 
Medberry W. C, at Hunter & Co., assayers, 42 2d st; res, s side st bet 

6th and 7th. 
Medina Gabriel, works wood barges; res, Front st bet Q and R; Mexico. 
Medina Faustin, works C 8 N Co.; res, 213 Front st cr P in rear; Mexico. 
Megerle Phil., clerk Egl's, 140 J st; res, 178 7th st bet O and P. 
MEGERLE HENRY, 57 Front st ; res, 178 7th st bet and P ; N T. 
Megowan Robert, carpenter; res, 77 O st bet 3d and 4th ; Ky. 
-Megquier C. L., clerk, Deuel & Griffitts, 248 J st; res, same; Mo. 
Meister John, clerk, Klink & Martfield, cr 2d and J sts ; Switzerland. 
Meister August, blacksmith, at Mason's, 3d st; res, 239 I st. 
Melvill W. E., C P R R depot, Front st; res, w side 3d st bet Q and R. 
MELYIN WILLIAM, wagon shop, north side I st cr 4th ; res, one door 

east of shop on I st. 
Mellen J., horse shoer and blacksmith, n side J st bet 11th and 12th. 
Mellen Robert, porter at Wells, Fargo & Co.'s, 2d st; res, w Bide 6th st 

bet N and O ; Ireland. 
Melly Wm., blacksmith, at Barton's, K st bet 9th and 10th. 
Mendes Antone, Capt. barge Mary Elizabeth ; res, n side N st bet 2d and 

3d; Portugal. 
Mendelson Goodman, tailor, Vinnemeyer & Quatman, 122 J st. 

HENRY C. MEGERLE, 



DRUCCIST, 

57 Front Street, between J and K, 

(Opposite C. P. B. R. Depot,) SACRAMENTO. 



170 SACRAMENTO [ M ] CTTT DIREOTOKT. 

MELCIHOIt J. P., dancing teacher, Musical Hall, 84 K Bt; res, same; 

Prussia. 
Monese James, laborer; bds at Mrs. Cody's, cr 8th and M sta; Ireland. 
Menke C. J., family grocery, b w cr N and 10th sts ; res, same ; Prussia. 
MENK.E A. M., toys and varieties, 141 J at; res, same. 
Menke F., laborer ; res, 8th Bt bet R and 8 ; Germany. 
Merchant M., laborer, CPBE works, cr 5th and D sts. 
Merchants' Exchange Saloon; e b 3d bet J and K. 

Meredith B. H. , Wigwam saloon, 105 Front at ; res, 52 M at bet 2d and 3d. 
MERRELL I. L., lamps, oil and crockery ware, 101 J at ; ree, 191 10th 

st cr C. 
Merrell A., Bon of I. L. Merrell, elk, 101 J st; res, 194 10th st cr C. 

MSLCiiOR'S MmWkh liLL, 

2STo. 84 K Street, 

8ACRAMEHTO. 



TEACHER OF DANCING.- 

Hall to Let for Theatricals, Balls, Concerts, Etc., 
J. P. MELCHIOR. 

HALE'S PATENT KEROSENE OR 

©@JkEs @I£s LAMP, 

And Pure Unadulterated Kerosene Oil, 



L L. MERRELL, 

No. 101 J Street 



BALE'S PATENT 

Unrivalled Lamps, 

CBOOEEBT TAKE, 

GLASS, CUTLERY, 

HOUSE FURNISHING HOODS. 



SACRAMENTO [ M ] CITY DIRECTORY. 171 

Merkel George, wheel wright at Kesler's, 9th at bet J and K ; res, same. 
Merrill Charles (Holbrook, Merrill & Co), 176 J st; bds Golden Eagle 

hotel, 1 89 K st ; Me. 
Merrill Mark L., brakeman CPE E; res, with A. Leonard, n e or H 

and 17th sts ; 111. 
Merrill John F. (Holbrook, Merrill & Co.), 176 J st; res, in Austin, Nev. 
MERWIN HENRY, hardware, 84 and 86 J st ; res, n w cr H and 13th. 
Merwin S. H., elk for H. Merwin, 84 and 86 J st ; res, n w cr H and 13th. 
Merrow W. J., laborer; bds U 8 hotel, 55 Front st. 
Merrow Wm. T., carpenter; bds Western hotel, 43 K st; Mass. « 
Merry T. L.; bds Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
Merry weather Dr. Frederick, botanic physician, office and res, 124 8th st 

cr M ; Ohio. 
Messenger W. F.; res, al, bet 4th and 5th, K and L sts. 
MESICK Wm. S., atty at law, office St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and K; 

res, n w cr 9th and F. 
Messerve Wm. J., compositor, Union office; rms El Dorado bldg, cr 2d 

and J sts; NY. 
Methodist Episcopal Church South, 7th st bet J and K. 
Methodist Episcopal Church North, 6th st bet K and L. 
Metropolitan Theater, 113 to 119 K st. 
Metropolitan Saloon, Read's block, cr J and 3d sts. 
Metzger John, Railroad market, cr O and 2d sts ; res, same. 
Metzler Ernst, shoe maker, 244 J st ; Germany. 
MEUSSDORFFER J. C, hat store, 125 J st; res, San Francisco. 
Meyer Philip, clothing store, 234 J st ; res, 206 L st bet 7th and 8th. 
Meyer John, brewer, Ohio brewery, cr 6th and G sts ; res, same; St Louis. 
Meyers E. W., laborer C P R R; bds n s E st bet 12th and 13th. 
Meyers Paul, saloon, 253 J st; res, same. 
Meyers John W., pro. Empire saloon, 22 K st. 
Michener Wm. P., sewing factory, 81 Front st ; res, n s O st bet 6th and 

7th; Me. 
' M1ER FREDERICK, family grocery, cr I and 6th sts; res, same ; Ger. 
Mier J. T., feed store, 83 K st ; res, 43 M st. 
Milbach A., tailor, 42 K st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Milgate Mrs. M. L. ; res, over cr I and 7th. 

Millard Mrs. Lizzie ; res, with R. Byers, n s N st bet 8th and 9th. 
Millard W. M.; res, 142 2d st bet M and N ; Penn. 
Millward Thomas, boiler maker at R. Allen's, 123 Front st ; res, w s 3d 

st bet P and Q. 
MILLER HENRY, house D. O. Mills & Co., s e cr J and 2d sts ; res, 22 

8th n. 
Miller Frank, at D. 0. Mills & Co ; res, 162 N st cr 6th. 
Miller Peter, porter and ale, cr al, 3d st bet P and Q ; Scotland. 
Miller Michael, Wm. Tell stables, 9th st bet I and J ; res, 261 E st bet 

' 9th And 10th. 
Miller D. W.; res, 236 L st. 
Miller H. Ij., Capt. barge Ann Elizabeth, 173 Front st ; res, s e cr N and 

3d sts. 
Miller Charles, Comet house, J st bet 12th and 13th ; Wis. 
Miller J., carpenter C P R R ; res, al, bet 6th and 7th, L and M. 
Miller & Oschner, Ohio Brewery, cr 6th and G sts. 
MILLER Mas. ANTON (Miller & Oschner), cr G and 6th sts ; res, same; 

Ohio. 
Miller Frank ; rms cr 6th and L sts. 



172 SACRAMENTO [ ]V£ ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Miller Thomas, boatman ; res, 116 12th st bet E and F;UT. 

Miller P. A., brick mason ; res, M st bet 4th and 5th. 

Miller Chas. (Hooker & Co.), 71 J st ; res, s e cr and 7th sts. 

Miller John E.; Masonic block, cr K and 6th sts. 

Miller J.; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 

MILLER E. H., Jr., SecCPER Co; office 58 K st ; res, 240 2d st. 

Miller H., gardener ; res, bet R and S, 19th and 20th sts. 

Miller J., cabinet maker at Hopley's, 4th st bet J and K ; Germany. 

Miller C, farmer ; res, Water st bet Front and Sycamore ; Slater's add. 

Miller F., dairyman ; res, 31st st bet I and «L 

Miller Henry A., carpenter; res, 145 2d st bet M and N; Germany. 

Miller Miss Sarah ; rms 46 L st bet 2d and 3d; N Y. 

Miller Fred., apprentice machinist CPJRR; res, St Louis house, 9th and 

J sts; Penn. 
Miller Mrs. Charlotte, col ; res, 82 L st bet 3d and 4th. 
Miller Geo., musician ; rms 56 L st bet 2d and 3d ; N Y. 
Miller James, cooper; res, 344 G st bet 11th and 12th ; Canada. 
Miller G. A.; res, 307 H st bet 10th and 11th ; Penn. 
Miller Wm. H., locomotive engineer C P R R ; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 

n w cr 7th and K sts ; N i . 
Miller C. R., carpenter S V R R ; res, 3d st bet M and N ; 111. 
Miller Chas., stoker, City Gas Works ; res, Front st near Water ; Ind. 
Miller Chas., bar tender; res, nwcrK and 2d sts. 
Miller Mrs. Mary, res, n w cr 8th and 8 sts; Nich. 

Miller Henry R., elk, D. W. Earl, Front st ; res, 22 8th st bet H and I. 
Miller E. S., elk in office Secretary C P R R, 58 K st ; res, s e cr 7th and 

O sts. 
Miller F. H., over 90 J st, St. Nicholas bldg ; N Y. 
Miller Jos., bowling alley, nwcrK and 2d sts; Germany. 
Miller Wm. F., St. Louis Hotel, 255 J st. 

Miller Robt., teaming for C P R R; bds St. Louis hotel, cr J and 9th sts. 
Miller Jas., laborer; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Miller Jas, cooper; res, 344 G st bet 11th and 12th. 
Miller G. A., res, 307 H st bet 10th and 11th ; Penn. 
Miller W. £., watchmaker, Floberg & Conrad's, 60 J st. 
Miller J. F., elk; res, 8th st bet 8 and T ; 111. 
Miller George, violinist ; res, s side L st bet 2d and 3d sts. 
Miller H. J., teaming, C P R R; bds St Louis house, 255 J st. 
Miller Jas., fisherman ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
MILLIKIN BROTHERS, & CO., wholesale grocers 60 and 62 K st. 

THW). J. MILLIKIN, \ g mtvmmmnin JNO. M. MILLIKIN, ) ~ - . 

WM. KLBINSOBOE. J **" 1 "" - Cor. Oaj and Front Streets, J 8an ™»«*»- 

MILLIKIN" BEOS. & CO., 



Wholesale Grocers, 

SO and 62 K 3 Corner of 3d Street, 



SACRAMENTO [ M! ] CITY DIRECTORY. 173 

Millikan Francis M., compositor, Union office. 49 3d st : bds Ebner hotel. 

18 K st; 111. 
Millikin T. J., Millikin Bros & Co.; res, F cr 8th sts. 
Millikin John M., firm of Millikin Bros. & Co., 60 and 62 K st; res, San 

Francisco; Me. 
Milliken I. L., job carpenter, shop 24 L st. 

Milroy Alexander, tinner, Kellogg's, 242 J st; room over 245 J st; N Y. 
Mills D. O. & Co., bankers, Hey wood's block, cr J and 2d sts. 
Mills Edgar, house, of D. O. Mills & Co., cr J and 2d sts ; res, Hey wood's 

block, cr J and 2d sts; K T. 
Mills W. 0.„Jr., elk, D. O. Mills & Co.; bds 107 L st; N Y. 
Mills Wm. H., Grand Secretary G. T., office No. 4, 2d floor Garwood's 

bldg; Ind. 
Mills Wm. H., locomotive engineer C P E E; bds Golden Eagle hotel, cr 

7th and Ksts; N Y. 
Mineral Point House, 173 J st. 

Minford John, carpenter; res, n e cr F and 13th sts ; Ohio. 
Minnis Anthony, longshoreman ; res, alley, bet 2d and 3d, Q and R sts. 
Mitchell Harvey, porter Gillig, Mott & Co., 53 and 55 J st; res, 216 D st. 
Mitchell John, painter, Cox & Mitchell, 55 4th st ; res, s side Q st bet 6th 

and 7th. 
Mitchell F. E., drayman ; res, 188 2d st. 
Mitchell Miss A. M., private school, 188 2d st; res, same. 
Mitchell George, Washington market cr M and 2d sts ; Germany. 
Mitchell Elizabeth, negress ; res, 183 4th st, bet N and O 
Mitchell John L., messenger, telegraph office, 47 2d st ; res, 111 3d st. 
Mitchell Peter, laborer; res, e side R st bet 9th and 10th; Mass. 
Mitchell Mrs. E. J., res No 223 1 st cr 8th. 

Mitchell Peter, working for Turton & Knox ; res 8th st bet R and S fire. 
Mitchell D. A., carpenter ; res, n side Q st bet 6th and 7th ; Ohio. 
Mister John, dairyman ; res, cr D and 16th st. 
Mixer Geo. H., stage proprietor ; res, 2d st bet Q and R. 
Mock Frank, teaming ; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J st ; Wis. 
Moffat E. S., C P E K depot ; res, Front st near E; Arkansas. 
Moffett T. J., Hotchkiss & Co., saw mill ; La. 
MOHE & YOEK, butcher shop, 314 J st cr 11th. 
Mohr Louis B., Mohr & York, 314 J st cr 11th ; res, n side H st bet 11th 

and 12th ; Germany. 
Mohr Louis, butcher at Mohr & York's, 314 st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Moody Joseph, laborer, S V R E depot, Front st. 
Moody Joseph, boatman; res, 173 Front st; Me. 
MOONEY J. E., pro. Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Monroe A. J., at E. Parker's, cr K and 10th sts. 
Moore Berthold, clerk, A. Green baum, 73 Front st ; Germany. 
Mohun P. F., clerk, C P R R Co., office 58 K'st ; N Y. 
Moke J. A., engineer, C S N Co., up-river; Baltimore. 
Monaghan John, printer; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Monday James, teamster; res, n w cr I and 9th sts; 111. 
Monongahela House, 7th st bet K and L. 
MONTAGUE S. 8., Chief Engineer C P R R, office over 58 K st; bds 221 

I st. 
Montague R. W., clerk, at C P E E freight depot, cr Front and K st; res, 

221 1 st. 
Mantague G., surveyor ; res, 5th st bet N and O ; Nova Scotia. 
Montes James, works river; res, P st bet 2d and, 3d ; Mexico. 



174 SACRAMENTO [ M ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Monteiichard Miss Mary; res, 83 3d st, tip stairs. 

Montgomery John, laborer; res, alley bet N and 0, 11th and 12th sts. 

MONTGOMERY Dr. JOS. F., office over 103 J st; res, same; Va. 

Montgomery Chas., waiter, What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 

Montgomery George W.; bds cr 8th and L sts; 111. 

Montinego Jose, stevedore; res, alley bet N and O, Front and 2d; Chilr. 

Montre Frank X., paper hanger; res, 119 M st bet 4th and 5th; Phila. 

Montfort Henry, agent Pioneer Stage Company, office n e cr Front and K 

sts ; res, 213 7th st bet O and F ; N Y. 
Morbach Nicholas, liquors and wine, 135 K st ; res, same. 
Moren Thos., laborer; res, Ryan's brick yard, 18th and 19th sts bet S 

andT. 
Morlatch Peter, cigars, 153 K st. 
Moore Jim, col, boot black, stand opposite St. George bldg, cr 4th and 

K sts ; Phila. 
MOORE F. J., hardware, 196 J st ; res, Golden Eagle hotel, 189 K st cr 

7th; Mass. 
Moore Francis, drayman ; res, 174 2d st ; La. 
Moore Mary Ann ; res, 106 2d st. 

Moore James H., county jailor ; rms Read's block, cr J and 3d sts. 
MOORE GEO. R., attorney, Moore & Alexander, office Latham's bldg, 53 

J sts ; res, n w cr 13th and F sts. 
Moore Wm., JBL, clerk, Wells, Fargo & Co.; bds 105 L st. 
Moore G. W.; res, 275 L st bet 9th and 10th ; Mo. 
Moore John, painter ; rms 223 J st. 

Moore John ; bds What Cheer house, secrK and Front sts. 
Moore Jos., laborer; bds What Cheer house, seer Front and K sts. 
Moore E. F., carriage trimmer ; rms 8th st bet L and M. 
Moore 1. S., at N. L. Drew's, cr 2d and M sts ; rms Western hotel, 43 K 

st; Me. 
Moore Jos., porter, Adams, McNeill & Co., 95 Front st; res, same. 
Moore E., saloon s w cr K and 10th sts. 
Morehead Wm.; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 8 w cr 7th and K sts. 
Moorehead Mrs. Wm., widow; bds at Miss Bennett's, cr 4th and J sts. 
Moose H., agent Greenebaum, 186 J st; also 93 Front st ; Germany. 
Moran William, engineer, C P R R Co.; fam. res, N st bet 2d and 3d. 
Moran Bernard, pro. Emmet saloon, cr I and 4th sts ; res, same. 
Moran Daniel, boot black, at Cady's, 2d st bet J and K. 
Moran Michael, laborer, State Capitol; bds cr 8th and M sts; Ireland. 
Moran Daniel, laborer, State Capitol ; res, Washington. 
Moran Patrick, laborer, Ryan's brickyard ; Ireland. 
Moran Wm., engineer, C P R R machine shop ; res, N st bet 2d and 3d ; 

New York. 
Moreno B., stamp saddler, 2Q6 K st ; res, 134 O st bet 5th and 6th ; Mexioo. 
Moreno Manuel, painter; res, alley N and 0, 2d and 3d sts ; Mexico. 
Moreno Carlos; res, 134 O st bet 5th and 6th. 
Morekart Marie ; res, 13th st bet K and L ; Germany. 
Morgan H. H., mechanical engineer, C P R R machine shop, cr D and 6th 

sts; res, nwcrl and 6th sts. 
Morgan Dr. G. G.; office and res, 192 M st, cr 7th st. 
Morgan James, works on levee ; res, cr B and 13th sts ; St. Louis. 
Morgan Mrs. Sarah Ann ; rms at 223 J st. 
Morine A., works Golden Gate market, cr 7th and N sts; Mo. 
Morren James, steamboating, C S N Co ; res, alley bet N and O, Front 

and 2d; Valparaiso. 



SACRAMENTO [ 1VI ] CITY DIRECTORY. 175 

Morine Francis, mining; family res, east side 5th st bet O and P. 
MOEEILL PAUL, Sr., James Anthony & Co., Sacramento Union; res, 

222 2dst, crP; N. H. 
Morrill Paul, Jr., general delivery clerk P O; res, 222 2d st, cr P. 
Morrill Jesse ; res, 42} L st ; NE, 

Morrill Wm., boiler maker; res, alley bet 7th and 8th, I and J sts ; N Y. 
Morrill P. G., Friend & Terry's lumber yard, cr M and 2d sts; ras 254 L 

-st, cr 9th sts ; Maine. 
Morrell Benj., at Friend & Terry's lumber yard, cr 2d and M sts; bds cr 

L and 9th sts; Maine. 
Morris Wm., wagon maker; res, cr 20th and E sts. 
Morris Henry, barber, at Eureka Baths, 52 K st. 
Morris Hermann, shoes and boots, 14 K st; res, same ; Prussia. 
Morris Peter, col, porter; res, C st bet 3d and 4th ; Phila. 
Morris H.; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Morris Miss Mary, widow; res, e s 6th st bet P and Q. 
Morris L. J.; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Morris Samuel, cigars and tobacco, 296 J st; Germany. 
Morris Simon & Co., dry goods, 137 J st. 
MORRISON H. C, proprietor Pony Exchange saloon, 75 Front st; res, 

295 I st between 10th and 11th. 
Morrison Albert, teaming for Friend & Terry, 140 2d st ; res, 40 M st. 
Morrison Milton ; res, 308 4th st bet O and P ; Ohio. 
Morrison Wm., moulder, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. 
Morrison Blucher L., chiropodist; rms St. George bldg, cr 4th and J sts ; 

Louisiana. \ 

Morrison John H., machinist, Sacramento Iron Works; res, New York 

hotel, 91 2d st. 
MORROW WM. K.; res, 260 O st, cr 9th ; New York city. 
Morton D., tin shop, 208 K st ; res, same. 
Morton T.; res, Oak avenue, bet 5th and 6th sts. 
Morton Thomas, col, porter, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Canada. 
Moses H. A., printer, Bee office ; res, 184 M st ; Ky. 
Moss Wm., carpenter ; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 

MOTT E. B. (Gillig, Mott & Co), 53-5 J st ; res, San Francisco ; Ohio. 
Mott John G., salesman, Gillig, Mott & Co., 53-5 J st ; rms 2d floor 53 J st. 
Mount George W., teaming over mountains; res, 14th st bet K and L. 
Mowe George W.; res, n w cr E and 10th sts. 

Mower E. H., cook, Mechanic's hotel, 24 I st ; res, Front st bet R and S. 
Mudgett Edward, at Reese River ; family, alley bet Q and R, 6th and 7th 

sts; 111. 
Muir James, mining ; family res, 224 O st, cr 8th ; Scotland. 
Muldrow Wm.; res, No 7 8th bet H and I sts. 
Mullins John, hostler, Wm. Tell stable, 9th st bet I and J; Ireland. 
Mulligan Barney; bds Western hotel, 43 3d st. 

Munyose Casinto, stevedore ; res, alley N and O, Front and 2d sts; Chili. 
Murphy P. A., elk at O'Connell & Co., 83 Jst; res, e s 6th bet N 

and O sts. 
Murphy James, boatman, 173 Front st ; Boston. 
Murphy J. O, wagon maker; res, E st bet 12th and 13th; Ohio. 
Murphy Miss Johana ; res, w s 8th st bet Q and R. 
Murphy John ; res, al, bet 4th and 5th, N and O sts. 
Murphy David, C P R R; bds Western hotel, 48 K st. 
Murphy Richard, marble worker at Aitken & Co.'s, 131 K st ; bds Russ 

house, K st bet 8th and 9th. 



176 SACRAMENTO [M~N*] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Murphy Dennis, at Mcintosh's hay yard, cr 8th and Ksts; bds City 

73 K st. 
Murphy Br. R. W., at R. H. McDonald & Co/s ; res, s w er 3d and M. 
Murphy Mrs. Johana, widow ; res, 85 8th st bet K and L. 
Murphy Mrs. Jane ; res, al, P and Q, 2d and 3d ; N Y. 
Murphy John, bricklayer State Capitol ; bds cr 8th and L ; D O. 
Murphy Michael, laborer; bds L St house, L st bet 3d and 4th. 
Murphy Daniel, hackman ; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Murphy B.; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Murphy Thomas, marble worker ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Murewski J., fruits and candies, 68 J st ; res, same ; France. 
Murry Martin, blacksmith CPEE shop ; res, al, L and M, 9th and 10th 

sts ; Ireland. 
Murry Miss Eliza ; res, nsLst bet 2d and 3d . Wis. 
Murry John, laborer ; res, e s 8th st bet L and M ; Ireland. 
Murry George, painter ; bds International hotel, 92 K st. 
Muzzy Henry, engineer stmr Gem ; res, Slater's add. 
Myers J. W., Boston feed stable, 352 J st ; res, 325 I st bet 11th and 12th. 
Myers E. W.; res, 356 E st ; Mo. 
MYERS H., agent Philadelphia brewery, San Francisco ; res, 277 M st 

bet 9th and 10th ; Germany. 
Myers John, laborer ; res, Ohio Brewery, cr G and 6th sts ; Germany. 
Myers E., drayman ; bds Capital hotel, 190 K st. 
Myers Fred., Uncle Sam saloon, 100 K st; Germany. 



1ST 

Nance Joseph, blacksmith, 39 8th st bet J and E. 

Nannen J. B., shoemaker, Hillebrand's, 177 K st; Germany. 

Nash Patrick, laborer ; bds TJ S hotel, 55 Front st. 

Nathan Samuel, 131 J st ; res, 185 M st bet 6th and 7th ; Eng. 

Nathan N. J., clerk, Samuel Nathan, 131 J st; Eng. 

NATHAN SOLOMON J., Clothing, 174 J st ; also cr 3d and K ; res, a 

w cr I and 7th sts. 
Nathan Simon S., clerk for J. Nathan, 174 J st. 
Nathan Miss Rosa ; res, with brother, s w cr 7th and I sts. 
Nathan Aaron, clerk for J. Nathan, 174 J st; rms 181 L st bet 6th and 7th. 
National Market, cr J and 11th sts. 
Natoma Saloon, 91 Front st. 
Neal Charles, col, boot black, cr 4th and K sts. 
Neal D., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Neary Michael ; res, 118 5th st bet L and M; Ireland. 
Neary James, laborer, C P RR round house, cr 4th and D sts. 
Neary T. H., laborer, C P R R round house, cr 4th and D sts. 



SACRAMENTO [N"] CITY DIRECTORY, 177 

Neary-M., laborer, CPE R round, house, cr 4th and D sts. 

Nebore Ernst, laborer ; res, 177 G st bet 6th and 7th ; Germany. 

Needham J. B., upholsterer, at Quinn's, 111 J st. 

Neely Wm. F., teamster; bds Telegraph hotel, 364 J st. 

Neff J. W., job carpenter ; res, cr 17th and I sts ; 111. 

Neidthart Wm., butcher, at Schwartz's, cr 7th and L sts ; Hamburg. 

Neidthart Wm. Sr., carpenter ; res, 174 L st bet 6th and 7th ; Hamburg, 

Neilson H. B., Maas & Neilson, familygrocery, cr 7th and N sts ; Ger. 

Neilson Alexander, pattern maker, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st; 

rms 52 N st. 
Nelis James, at Thos Armstrong's, 356 J st. 
Nelis James, carpenter ; res, 76 8th st bet K and L ; Ireland. 
Nelson George, laborer ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Nelson J. S., carpenter; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
NELSON A. T.; res, cr S and 3d sts ; N Y. 
Nelson Geo.; res, St. George bldg, cr 4th and J sts. 
Nelson C. N., son of A T Nelson, saddler, B. Stone & Co., 150 J st ; res, cr 

Sand 3d sts; NY. 
Nelson W. A., carpenter ; bds s e cr 10th and K sts. 
Nelson Wm., dairyman ; res, cr 29th and J sts ; N Y. 
Nelson Chas., farmer, 16th st bet L and M ; Germany. 
Nelson John, laborer ; res, n e cr 11th and O sts ; Germany. 
Nelson Christian, laborer, J Olsen's, cr 22d and B sts. 
Nelson B., at Fuller & Heather's, K st bet Front and 2d; rms Nst bet 2d 

and 3d ; Sweden. 
Neptune Hose Co.'s, house cr 4th and I sts. 
NESSEL & GARBE, tailor shop, 40 3d st bet J and K. 
Nessel Adam, Nessel & Garbe, 40 3d st ; res, same ; Phila. 
Nethercott Geo., dairyman ; res, n e cr 24th and L sts. 
Nethercott Alfred ; res, 173 5th st bet N and O. 
Nettleton Wm., carpenter, and agent for Badlam's Golden State washing 

machines, s w cr F and 12th sts ; res, same ; Ohio. 
Neven Mitchell, stone cutter; res, 121 M st bet 4th and 5th ; 111. 
NEWBAUER & CO., Washington Bakery, 85 3d st. 
Newbauer Adam, Newbauer & Co., 85 3d st ; res, same. 
Neubauer John, saloon keeper, s e cr 9th and R sts. 
Neubauer Geo.; res, Sycamore st ; Slater's Addition ; Germany. 
Neuberger L., tailor, 81 K st; bds International hotel, 92 K st. 
NEUMAN J. H. F., pro. Colonade saloon, cr K and Front sts; res, 60 M st 
Neuraan George, barkeeper, Colonade saloon, cr K and Front sts; res, cr 

3d and M sts. 
Neubourg Leonard, Bach man, Lages & Co., 191 J st. 
Newkirk S. A., blacksmith and wagon shop, I st bet 8th and 9th; res, 10th 

st bet H and I ; Mass. 
Newkirchen Jos., elk, W. Sharp's, 145 J st. 
Newland James B., elk, Booth & Co., 47 Front st; Tenn. 
Newman Peter, barber, No 7 K st ; res, 106 L st. 

Newman G. de, sign and ornamental painter, 44 5th st, bet J andK; Ger: 
New Orleans Saloon, s e cr K and 6th sts. 

Newton Mrs. Mary, private school, 7th st bet N and O ; res, same. 
Newton George, teaming for Turton and Knox ; bds 10th st bet H and I; 

New York. 
New York Hotel, 91 2d st. 
New York Bakery, 26 N st. 
New York Drug store, 57 Front st. 

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178 SACRAMENTO [3ST] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Nibur Ernst, laborer; res, al bet 6th and 7th, G and H sts; Germany. 
Nichols Louis, at Millikin Bros& Co.'s, 60 and 62 K st ; bds Capitol hotel, 

190 K st. 
Nichols N. S., at box factory, Q st bet Front and 2d; res, 260 2d st. 
Nicholas Christopher, teamster ; bds St. Louis hotel, 255 J st. 
NICHOLS Dr. H. L., Secretary of State; res, 265 P st; professional 

office 66 J st. 
Nichols Lewis B., elk, Millikin Bros & Co., 60 and 62 K st; Me. 
Nichols Wm. N., box maker, al bet Front and 2d, Q and R sts; res, 260 

2d st ; Mass. 
Nichols P. B. ; shoe maker; res, 115 N st bet 4th and 5th. 
Nichols A. J., elk Secretary of State's office ; res, 265 F st. 
Nicholson J. C, tanner, s e cr 10th and V sts; Mass. 
NIXON A. B., M. D., office cr J and 6th sts ; res, 276 M st bet 9th and 

10th; Ohio. 
Nixon Samuel S., horse shoer, 175 K st; res, Golden Eagle hotel. 
Nobel R., family grocery, 256 K st cr 9th ; Germany. 
Noblet Peter, wheelwright, K st bet 10th and 11th ; 111. 
Nodel E., dyer, 5th st bet I and J ; res, same ; Germany. 
Nolan James, stock dealer; res, O st bet 13th and I4th. 
Nolan John, blacksmith, cr 11th and I sts; bds cr 12th and I ; N Y. 
Nold Fred'k, laborer ; res, L st bet 13th and 14th ; Germany. 
Noneman Wm., tailor ; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st. 
Noon Andrew, steward City hotel, 73 K st. 
Noon Jennie, at Crescent City hotel, 181 J st. 

Nooney Andrew, waiter Mineral Point house, 173 J st bet 6th and 7th. 
Norfolk Saloon, 144 K st bet 5th and 6th. 
Norman B. B., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, E 

st bet 6th and 7th. 
Norris D. H., res, n w cr K and 12th sts. 

Norris Amos, bricklayer; res, ssLst bet 12th and 13th; Ind, 
Norris Mrs. A., widow; res, al bet M and N, 3d and 4th. 
Norton L. D., elk Capitol hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
Norton S. N., rms at Mrs. Burdick's, 148 2d st ; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 

189 K st. 
Noyes Chas., blacksmith, CPER; bds cr D and 9th sts; Yt. 
Nutt Joseph, machinist, Ready Bro.'s, 303 J st. 

DR. H. Ii. NICHOLS, 



PHy®i©i&m aadi §mF§®@m» 



Remains at the old Office of Simmons & Nichols, 

S. E. Corner J and Third Streets (up stairs), 

SACRAMENTO. 

OFFICE HOURS— Morning, 9 o'clock ; Afternoon, 2 till 4 o'clock ; Evening, 7 o'clock, 

RESIDENCE— F street, between Ninth and Tenth. 



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Oatman Ira E., M. D., office over 189 J st ; res, 68 11th st cr G ; 111. 
Oatman B. F., book keeper,' Waterhouse & Lester's, 17 7th st bet I and 

J; res, 68 11th st cr G. 
O'Brien Edward, at Branch Saloon, 119 K st. 
O'Brien Thomas, gardener; res, B st cr 26th; Ireland. 
O'Brien John, laborer; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
O'Brien John, compositor, Union office, 49 3d st ; rms Western hotel. 
O'Brien Wm., baggageman, Capitol Hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
O'Brien Michael, laborer ; res, 129 8th st bet M and N. 
O'Brien Michael V., Sexton St. Eose's Church, n e cr7th and Ksts; res, 

245 L st bet 8th and 9th ; Mass. 
O'Brien John, laborer; res, 74 al bet M and N, 3d and 4th sts; N O. 
Occidental Saloon, 38 J st bet 2d and 3d. 
Ochel Peter, blacksmith and chain maker, shop 48 11th st bet J and K 

sts; Germany. 
Ochsner Herman, porter, Ebner Bros., St. George bldg. 
Ochsner John, Miller & Oschner, Ohio Brewery, cr 6th and G sts ; Ger. 
Ochs Geo., proprietor Pacific Brewery, s w cr P and 9th sts; res, same ; 

Germany. 
O'CONNELL & CO., dry goods, 83 J st. 
O'Connell P. J. O., house of O'Connell & Co., 83 J st; res, s side P st bet 

6th and 7th ; Ireland. 

O'CONNELL&CO., 

Importers, Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in 

AMERICAN, FRENCH AND ENGLISH 



WAJNOUT AND STABLE 





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J Street, bet. Third and Fourth, 

SACEAMENTO . 



New Goods Received by Every Steamer. 



180 SACRAMENTO [ O ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

O'Connell Michael, architect, office and res, 4 2d st ; Ireland. 
O'Comiell Mrs. H. N., res, 131 8th st bet M and N sis ; Ireland. 
O'Connell Lawrence, laborer, CPEE; bdsXJ S hotel, 55 Front st; Ire. 
O'Conner Maurice, bar keeper; res, 7th st bet F and G. 
O'Conner Michael, boatman ; res, al bet 2d and 3d, M and N sts. 
O'Donnell Thos., granite cutter; res, 260 O st cr 9th ; Ireland. 
O'Donnell Wm., blacksmith, at H. Geisel's, I st bet 9th and 10th ; N Y. 
O'Donnell P., teaming CPRE works, bet D and E, 4th and 6th sts. 
O'Donnell Michael, teamster; res, al bet P and Q, 7th and 8th sts; Ire. 
O'Donnell Michael, stone mason, CPRE; bds D st bet 7th and 8th. 
Odell M. M.; res, P and Q, 20th and 21st sts. 
Odell Mrs. Mary, widow; res, 381 1 st, cr 13th ; Tenn. 
Oeste Henry, drayman, Mebius & Co, 13 and 15 K st ; res, same ; Germany. 
OFFICE UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, St. George bldg, 

4th st bet J and E. 
Office City Superintendent of Schools, 189 J st. 
Office State Surveyor, 187 J St. 

Office Clerk Supreme Court, Hastings' block, 2d st bet J and E. 
Ogden Eliel, teamster; res, n s L street, bet 12th and 13th. 
Ogg Henry W., elk, Hamburger & Co, 91 J st. 

O' Hare Patrick, teaming in city ; res, No 50 12th st bet G and H ; Ireland. 
O'Hare Mrs Mary, widow; res, 183 6th st bet N and O. 
O'Hea Richard H., porter, Gillig & Mott, 53 J st; res, Oak avenue, bet J 

and K, 5th and 6th sts. 
Ohio Brewery, cr G and 6th sts. 

O'Keef Henry, bricklayer, State Capitol ; res, n e cr 9th and P sts ; Ireland. 
O'Keef Michael, blacksmith helper, State Capitol; res, s s Q st, bet 8th 

and 9th ; Ireland. 
O'Keefe Michael, at Eagle Bakery, 212 K st; Ireland. 
O'Keefe Daniel ; bds Brooklyn house, 85 Front st. 

Olea Cesario, cook, Mejicano restaurant, s s L st bet Front and 2d ; Mexico. 
Olehn J.; res, s s B st bet 20th and 21st. 
Olmstead O. K., hack driver; res, No 12 7th st, bet H and I. 
Olmstead Geoge W., employe*, C P R R; res, 182 G st, bet 6th and 7th; 

NB. 
O'LEARY JEREMIAH, L. P. Davis & Co., Bee office, 38 3d st, cr J st; 

Ireland. 
O'Leary Timothy, pressman, Union office; res, 7th st bet I and J. 
O'Malley Hugh, laborer, State Capitol; res, 8th st bet M andN; Ireland. 
O'Neil Felix, hod carrier; bds L st house, L st bet 3d and 4th. 
O'Neil J., teamster, C P R R. 

O'Neill Jeremiah, laborer, Sacramento Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
O'Neil James, plasterer; res, 280 N st bet 9th and 10th ; Boston. 
O'NEIL CHARLES P., special policeman; res, alley bet I and J, 2d and 

3d sts. 
O'Neill A., brickmaker ; res, e s 10th st bet R and S. 
O'Neil C. P.; bds What Cheer hotel, cr Front and K sts. 
O'Neil James, waiter, International hotel, 90 K st. 
Oliver Richard, barber, cr 7th and E sts; bds 112 5th st bet L and M sts; 

Oliver David, elk, Deuel, Griffits & Co, 248 J st ; res, 250 M st bet 8th and 

9th ; N T. 
Olson Alex., laborer, C P R R round house, cr 4th and D sts. 
Olsen Jacob, farmer; res, B and 22d sts; Denmark. 
OLSSON JOHN, jeweller, No 42 3d st ; res, L st bet 6th and 7th. 



SACRAMENTO [ CKP] CITY DIRECTORY. 181 

Olren T., gardener; res, B st bet 26th and 27th. 

O'Meara M., laborer; res, alley bet 4th and 5th, I and J sts. 

O'Neill B. J., house of O'Connell & Co, 83 J st. 

O'Neill John, American laundry, Slater's addition; Ireland. 

O'Neill John, confectioner, Schroder & Co, 113 K st. 

O'Neil Peter, laborer ; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 

O'Neil Thomas, laborer; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 

Oppenheim R.; res, 225 I st, cr 8th. 

Oppenheim Philip, Telegraph office, 47 2d st; res, with father, 225 I st, 

cr 8th. 
Orem Morris, butcher, at City market, 18 J st; res, same; N Y. 
Oragon Juan, laborer; res, alley bet Front and 2d, and P sts. 
Orgean Alejandro, sick; res, alley and P, Front and 2d sts; Chili. 
Oriental Market, 114 K st bet 4th and 5th. 

O'Riley Thomas, shoemaker ; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Orphan Asylum, Mrs. Richard Cole, Matron, cr C and 13th sts. 
O'Rorke Peter, boots and shoes, 184 J st ; Ireland. 
Orr Chambers R.; res, 229 L st bet 8th and 9th. 
Orta Juan ; res, Sycamore st, Slater's addition ; Mexico. 
Orta Lireaca ; res, Sycamore st, Slater's addition ; Mexico. 
Otiera Miguel, works on levee ; res, alley bet N and 0, Front and 2d sts; 

Chili. 
Ortiz Gaudalupe ; res, 117 5th st bet L and M ; Mexico. 
Ortiz Kossuth, works on wood barges; res, 117 5th st bet L and M sts; 

Mexico. 
Orleans Hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
Osborne Miss Hattie, school teacher, cr G and 13th sts ; bds at Mrs. Yan 

Bvery's, ssL street bet 2d and 3d ; New York city. 
Osorio Miguel, stevedore; res, s s N st, bet Front and 2d; Chili. 
Osterwaldt Henry, baker ; res, 58 5th st. 
Ofitwaldt August, saloon 112 K st. 

OSCHWALD JOHN, Sample rooms, cr K and 6th sts; Swiss 
Ottenger John, butcher, 31st and O ; Germany. 
Othick Edward, carriage trimmer, 11th st bet I and J; Conn. 
Ott Charles, carpenter; res, n w cr O and 11th sts. 
Overmyer J. D., at Jones & Wise, 9th st bet J and K. 
Owens Silas, col, cleans rooms and general jobber ; res, 5th st bet N and 

O; Mo. 
Owens Mrs. Julia, col, nurse ; res, 5th st bet N and O ; Mo. 



Pacific Stable, 86 and 88 2d st. 

Pacific Water Cure, cr 7th and L sts. 

Pacific Railroad Exchange, n w cr 1 and Front sts. 

Pacific Brewery, s w cr 9th and P. 

Pack Isaac, tailor, 246 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 



182 SACEAMENTO [ 1? ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Packbard Luther, teaming in city ; res, 51 al, bet P and Q, 2d and 3d ; 

Me. 
Page James, carpenter ; res, 2d floor, swcrK and 8th ; Me. 
Page Jonathan, blacksmith at Pike & Young's, or L and 4th sts; bds In- 
ternational hotel, 90 K st ; C W. 
Page G. P., Capt. stmr Victor ; res, 152 2d st ; Me. 
Paine Stables, 140 and 142 K st. 

PAINE CHAELES E., at 140 K st ; res, 183 M st bet 6th and 7th ; Me. 
Paine- W., carpenter ; res, 42} L st bet 2d and 3d ; shop n sLst bet 2d 

and 3d ; New Bedford. 
Painter A. J., farmer ; res, w s 8th st bet N and O ; Ohio. 
Palm John, shoe shop, Morse bldg, 2d st bet J and K; res, F st bet 13th 

and 14th. 
Palitz Mrs. L., widow ; res, n w cr I and 18th sts. 
Palmas Jose Santo, waiter restaurant, 20 L st ; Chili. 
Palmer A. J. W., carpenter and joiner ; res, 48 12th st bet G and H; NT. 
Pampinella Joseph, apprentice Union Iron works, 171 Front st ; res, 55 

M st; Mass. 
Pampinella S., elk at Hamburger & Bro., 91 J st ; res, 55 M st ; Mass* 
Pampinella Mrs. M., widow ; res, 55 M st. 
Park James W., rancher ; address, 103 K st. 
Park F. A., dentist ; bds Capital hotel, s w cr K and 7th ; N T. 
Park Mrs. E. S., private boarding house, 103 K st. 
Park Stephen, carpenter ; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 
Parks A. B., laborer ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Parks Dana ; bds Mrs. Yan Every's, 54 L st ; Mass. 
PARKER GEO. M., jewelry, 34 K st ; res, s w cr D and 8th ; N O. 
Parker Wm, E., res, n w cr 12th and G sts. 
Parker Mrs. E. A.; res, n w cr 9th and Q sts ; N Y. 
Parker Mrs. Annie, widow ; res, al, bet M and N, 5th and 6th. 
Parker Timothy ; rms Fourth Avenue house, cr 4th and L. 
Parker Richard Green, Exchange saloon, secrK and 10th. 
Parker James E., saddles and harness, 146 K st; res, H st bet 5th and 

6th; 111. 
PARKER GEO. N., compositor, Union office, 49 3d st; res, El Dorado 

bldg, cr 2d and J sts ; N C. 
Parker Wm. K.; res, Slater's add, Water st bet Front and Sycamore. 
Parkman R., saloon; rms 117 L st; Ky. 
Parmeter John E., teaming over mountains ; fam res, in al, bet G and H, 

11th and 12th; Mich. 
Parminton Byron, machinist C P R R ; res, 254 O st. 
Parodi Paul, ice cream vender; res, 7th st near cr L ; Italy. 
Parnell John H., deputy county clerk under Shirland ; term expires first 

Monday in March next; rms, Read's block, cr 3d and J. 
Parr Raphael, laborer; res, 186 3d st bet N and O; Mexico. 
Pferris S., tailor at 266 J st ; res, 3d st bet K and L ; Poland. 
PARSONS JAMES, boots and shoes, 163 J st ; res, same. 
PARSONS JOHN, boot and shoe maker, 122 J st ; res, same ; Eng. 
Parsons Erastus, fruit dealer ; res, swcrL and 10th. 
Patchin Warren, C P R R; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Pasquier M., toy and fancy store, 169 J st; res, same; France. 
Patton Robert R., copyist ; res, H st bet 14th and 15th ; N T. 
Patterson E. W.; res, 194 10th st bet C and D ; Ohio. 
Patterson W. A., manager drug store for Mrs. Polhemus, 190 J st. 
Patterson Mrs. M. A., widow; res, 287 M st bet 8th and 9th.' 



BA0RAMBNTOCP3CITTD1BB0TOKT. . 183 

Patterson Robert S., engineer stmr San Joaquin ; res, 187 6th st cr O ; 

Ohio. 
Patrick Mrs. Annie J., col, widow ; res, 183 4th st bet N and O; Pa. 
Paul S. T., at Gross & Lambard's, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, s werE 

and 8th sts ; N H. 
Payne W. H., Brannan house, 12 J st. 

Payne Thomas ; bds at Mrs. Stephenson's, 10th st bet H and 1. 
Payne B. C, chief engineer city water works, cr I and Front sts ; res, n 

e er C and 12th ; Mass. 
Payne Miss Alida, teaching primary school No 1, cr M and 9th ; res, 116 

9th st bet L and M. 
Payne De Los ; rms Brannan house, 12 J st. 
Payne J. B., engineer CPRRj 246 M st bet 8th and 9th ; 111. 
Peabody Benj. F.; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 

Peach Chas. H., laborer SVRR; res, 155 3d st bet M and N ; Penn. 
Peale James, boot maker at Benn's, 146 K st ; Penn. 
Peck E. S.; bds What Cheer house cr K and Front sts. 
Peck Isaac, tailor, 242 J st ; Germany. 
PEAKE C. A. & CO., clothing, boots and shoes, 49 Front st. 
Peake C. A. (C. A. Peake & Co.), res, Mansion house, 7th st bet I and J. 
Pearl Sylvester, fish and vegetable dealer, Center market, 54 3d st , rms 

No 12 St George bldg, 4th st cr J. 
Pearson E., carpenter; res, 334 G st bet 11th and 12th; N T. 
Pearson James, pickle factory, cr E and 6th sts ; N Y. 
Pease Mrs. Mariam ; res, 176 3d st bet N and O ; Mass. 
Pehl Wm , pianist ; res, 169 N st bet 6th and 7th ; Germany. 
Penman Daniel, brick mason ; res, 252 O st bet 8th and 9 th ; Scotland. 
Penso John, line tender, Red Bluff boats; res, 161 N stcr 6th ; Australia. 
Pentland Wra. D., clerk at Mr. Laffarty's, cr P and 7th sts ; Phila. 
Penny M.; bds Mechanics' Exchange, 24 1 st. 
Penny James, col, porter, CPRR, office 58 K st. 
Pennsylvania House, 216 K st. 

Peppeard Geo., blacksmith, Melvine's, cr 4tb and I sts; Nova Scotia. 
Pepper Wm., col, laborer; res, H st bet 14th and 15. 
PERKINS W. L &CO., forwarding and commission merchants, 71 Front st 
Perkins W. L., 71 Front st ; res, San Francisco. 

Perkins John D., employe tambard mills, I st bet Front and 2d; Va. 
Perkins J. L., Deputy TJ S Int. Rev. Collector, 4th District Cal.; office St. 

George bldg, cr 4th and J sts ; res, same ; Mass. 
Perkins Hiram, clerk, Crescent City hotel, 181 J at. 
Perkins E.; bds Union hotel, 2d st bet J and K; La. 
Perra Bernard, cook, Western hotel ; res, 112 in alley bet L and M, 4th 

and 5th sts; Portugal. 
Perry John, drayman ; res, 215 7th st bet O and P. 
Perry Alexander, first cook Western hotel, 43 K st ; Germany. 
Perry Bernard, second cook Western hotel, 43 K st; Germany. 
Perry B. F., carpenter; res, 114 L st ; 111. 
Perry Silas W., engineer, Pioneer Mills, Front st ; res, 115 P st bet 4th 

and 5th ; Ohio. 
Perry Mrs.; res, alley bet J and K, 4th and 5th sts. 
Perry A., tailor, at McCann's, 223 J st ; bds What Cheer house, er K and 

Front sts. 
Perry Chas., third cook Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; France. 
Perry Wm., tinner, at Wilson's, 270 J st. 
•Perry Caleb, at R. Parker's, s e cr K and 10th sts. 



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SACRAMENTO [I?] CITY DIRECTORY. 



PERRY HERMON, principal Sacramento Seminary, I st bet 10th and 
11th, south side ; res, same. 

Persons Walter, plasterer ; res, e side 3d st bet N and O ; Canada. 

Person L., cook; res, e side 2d st bet N and O ; France. 

Peter Emanuel, laborer; res, 246 2d st bet P and Q; Portugal. 

Peters Wm., blacksmith, E st bet 7th and 8th ; Mo. 

Peters Calvin, teamster; res, Fountain house, 298 Jst; Mich. 

Peters Joseph, laborer; res, 84 N st bet 3d and 4th. 

Peters Wm., blacksmith's helper, Sac Iron Works; bds Mechanics' Ex- 
change, 24 1 st ; Ireland. 

Peterson Albert, laborer; bdsU S hotel, 55 Front st. 

Petrie John, wagon maker ; res, w side 8th st bet N and ; Mo. 

Petrie W. M., pro. St. Charles saloon, 240 J st ; res, same ; N Y. 

Pettit Chas., of Cook & Pettit, 289 K st. 

Petty Francis, wood boat, on river ; res, 183 2d st ; N Y. 

Petteigrew J. D., teamster; bds Telegraph house, 364 J st. 

Petty grove H. K., carpenter, CPKR Co.; res, 6th st bet H and I; Me. 

Pew J. W., clerk, G. C. Hall, 189 J st; res, Mrs. Yost's, 279 K st ; Mass. 

Peyser & Lyon, 194 J st ; dry goods, 

Peyser Samuel, clerk, Peyser & Lyon, 194 J st, cr 7th. 

Peyser A., of Peyser & Lyon, 194 J st ; bds Capitol hotel, 190 K st. 

Pfeifer Peter, upholsterer, Breuner & Co., 170 K st. 

Pheifer Philip, upholsterer ; bds William Tell house, cr 9th and J sts. 

Phelan G. J., M JD. County Hospital, L st bet 10th and 11th ; res, 52 10th 
st bet G and H ; N Y. 

Phelan Patrick, laborer ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st ; Conn. 





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Painting and Drawing. 



MBS. HERMON PEBBY, 

Associate Principal. 

MISS VIOLA WYMAN, 

Piano, and Theory of Music. 

JOHN F. 000PEB, 

Teacher of Vocal Music. 



SAOEAJTCNTO [!P] CITY DTJUCCTOBY. 185 

PBTTIT R. H., Chiyaopolla cigar factory, 55 K st ; res, 143 N st bet 5th 

and 6th. 
Pheeny Patrick, at Friend & Terry's, 140 2d et; res, w side 2d st near or Q. 
Phelan Pettit, hoase raiser; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Phelps Mrs. Elizabeth, pro. Fountain House, 298 J et. 
Phillip T. J., machinist, Sac. Iron Works, £ st bet Front and 2d. 
Phillips S. it., C P R R; res, cr I and 10th sts ; Wis. 
Phillip S., car maker, C P R R shop, cr E and 6th sts ; bds City hotel, 73 

Est. 
Phillips E. E. , engineer and machinist, GPfi£; bds Mrs. Tingman's, cr 

7th and H sts. 
Phillips B. B.i bds Mrs. Tingman'a, er 7th and H sts. 
Phillips Job. H., bricklayer, State Capitol ; res, alley bet M and N", 8th 

and 9th ate; Penn. 
Phillips John, oook, Eldred bouse, 304 K st; res, L st bet 4th and 5th. 
Phipps E K , elk, Bee oflce, 38 3d Bt ; bds Mrs. Tingman'a, n w cr 7th and 

and H sta. 
Phoenix Mills, 386 J at 

Phole MiaB Sallie; res, with D. Strickland, 113 3d st; Ga 
Pickle H., painter, Eropf k Marsh, 4th st bet I and J ; bds International 

hotel, 90 E st. 
Pidge D. P., blacksmith, CPRR; res, 12th st bet 0- and H; N X. 
Pierce S. B.; bds Western hotel, 43 K at. 
PIERCE CAPT. WILLIAM, C S N Co; res, 187 4th st bet M and N ; 

New York. 
Pierson H. H.. dentist, over 111 J st; rras Ben. Crocker's, 180 L st. 
PIKE & YOUNG, carriage makers, s e cr L and 4th sts. 
Pike John T. , Pike & Young, s e cr L and 4th sts ; res, n s O st, bet 8th 

and 9th ; Maine. 
Pike Benjamin, carpenter, CPRR; res, M Bt bet 4th and 5th ; Boston. 
Pilkenton Thomas, worka for Knox & Turton ; res, e a 9th st bet M and N. 
Pilkenton Mrs Sarah j ree, e a 9th at, bet M and N. 
Pioneer and California Stage office, n w cr K and Front its. 
PIONEER MILLS, Slater's Addition, near Sac. bridge. 
Pioneer Bakery, 22 J st. 
Pioneer Livery Stable, 4th st bet I and J. 

Plank B. F., head miller, Pioneer Mills ; res, over n e cr 3d and J sts. 
Plank Mrs. B. F., photographic gallery, Hilier & Andrews bldg, cr 3d and 

J sts ; res, same ; Ohio 

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N"o. 55 !K Street, between Second and Third, 

SACRAMENTO. 



186 SACBAMENTO [IP] CITY DIBECTOBT. 

Piatt Wm., shoemaker, 21 K st; res, same; Penn. 

Pluncket J., laborer; res, south side»S st bet 2d and 3d; Ireland. 

Pluramer J. G., contractor; res, s e cor 15th and F sts; Ky. 

Poaler Mrs.; res, 41 L st bet 2d and 3d. 

Poaler Miss B.; res, 41 L st bet 2d and 3d ; France. 

Pockman T. S., of Davis k Pockman, 180 E st ; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 

cr 7th and K sts. 
Polese A. B., poultry, 165 K st; res, same; Italy. 
Politz J., clothing store, 184 K st; res, in rear of store; Germany. 
POLHEMUS, MBS. J. L., drug store, 192 J st, cr 7th ; res, same ; New 

York city. 
Pollard A. H., wood yard, n w cr J and 13th sts; Conn. 
Pomme D. W., works at Phoenix Mills, cr J and 13th sts. 
Pommer Charles, Sacramento Baths, 26 K st; Prussia. 
Pond Samuel, at Pacific Water Cure, cr L and 7th sts ; Yt. 
Pond I. S., fruit (Pond & Stewart), 151 J st ; res, E st bet 10th and 11th ; 

Maine. 
Pond Charles, watchman, C S N Co; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 
Pony Exchange Saloon, 75 Front st. 

Poole Capt. E. A., steamer Capital, CSNCo; res, San Francisco. 
Pope Samuel, compositor, State printing office. 
POOKMAN SAMUEL, real estate agent and Notary Public, Morse's bldg, 

2d st bet J and K; rms El Dorado bldg, cr J and 2d sts; Ohio. 
Porch John, proprietor Stockton stages; office Golden Eagle hotel, 189 

K st. \ 

Porman George, barkeeper, at Fred. Mier's, cr I and 6th sts ; res, same ; 

Germany. 
Parrott Elizabeth; res, L st, bet 13th and 14th ; Conn. 
Parrott James, laborer; res, L st, bet 13th and 14th; Conn. 
Porter J. S., colored Doctor, 82 5th st bet K and L ; San Domingo. 
Porter W. H., book keeper, Hooker k Co, 71 J st; res, 107 L st; NY. 
Post Office Exchange Saloon, 4th st bet J and K. 
Post A. V. V., machinist, CPRfi; bds Mrs. J. B. Kathan's, E st bet 6th 

and 7th ; N J. 
Postal Charles, col, barber, What Cheer house, cr K and Front st; bds 112 

5th st bet L and M ; N J. 
Potter George L., tinner, at Hoyt's, 44 3d st ; bds Western hotel, 43 £ st. 
Potter George, watchman C S N Co ; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Potter Wm., laborer; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Potter Henry N. (Hobby & Potter), 58 J st ; rms 82 3d st bet K and L. 
Potter Paraclete, harness maker at Mason's, 91 K st ; res, s w cr 2d and 

N sts. 
Potts Benj. B., bricklayer State Capitol; bds cr 8th and L; N" J. 
Potts B., stone mason at State Capitol ; bds Illinois Hunter's house cr L 

and 8th sts ; Penn. 
Powell Miss L.; res, 105 4th st bet L and M ; Ohio. 
Powell Frank, 341 J st ; res, fl st bet 12th and 13th ; Ky. 
Powell B. B., miller Pioneer mills, Slater's add; bds International hotel, 

90 K st. 
Powell B.; bds Mechanic's Exchange, 24 I st. 
POWEES k CO., wines and liquors, 89 Front st. 
Powers L. (Powers k Co.), 89 Front st ; res, 212 2d st bet O and P. 
Powers Michael, Sacramento stables, 166 K st ; res, 8th st bet L and M ; 

Ireland. 
Powers John, shoemaker at GoepePs, 216 J st ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front 



SACRAMENTO [ I?-Q ] CITY DIRECTORY. 187 

Powers Harry, collars and harness/ K st bet 8th and 9th ; res, nsN bet 
9th and 10th sts. 

Powers Thomas, blacksmith at Pike & Young's, cr L and 4th ; bds Inter- 
national hotel, 90 K st ; C W. 

Powers L. C, porter at Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st; res, s e cr 7th 
and 1) sts; Vt. 

Powers P. E.; rms 41 8th st bet J and K. 

Powers A. H., elk at L. Powers, 89 Front st ; bds 212 2d st bet O and P; 
Mass. 

Prader J. & W. A., hardware, 203 J st. 

Prader W. A., 203 J st ; res, 303 I st ; Phila. 

Pratt Charles, laborer, at N. Dingley's, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, Syca- 
more st, near Gas works ; Me. 

Pratt Mrs. L., widow ; res, Front st bet Sycamore and Oak ; Me. 

Prentice John, surveyor, office in Klay's oldg; res, cr al and 9th st bet N 
and O ; Conn: 

Prentice George, son of J. P.,postoffice clerk ; Conn. 

Prentice Mrs. E. D., private boarding, 52 L st ; Conn. 

Prentice Frank, son of J. P. , at Sac Union office ; res, 9th st bet N and 
O ; Conn. 

Preston L., Cable saloon, 358 J st ; res, same ; 111. 

Preston Mrs. and Miss Sexton, millinery, 113 J st. 

Preston Mrs. P. B.; res, 113 J st. 

Prewitt A.; res, 291 K st; Ky. 

Price Thomas H., pilot on river, Eed Bluff boats; family res 172 M st bet 
6th and 7th ; Baltimore. 

Price Charles, elk at Gates & Bro., 72 K st ; Va. 

Pritchard Wm., teaming over mountains; res, 201 L st bet 7th and 8th. 

Procopia Antonio, laborer; res, Slater's add; Cal. 

Proctor E. E., teamster; res, O st bet 11th and 12th ; Mo. 

Pugh Dr. J. W.; res, n w cr F and 10th sts. 

Public Square, bounded by I and J, 9th and 10th sts. 

Puddiford John, tailor ; rms No 4 up stairs n e cr 7th and L ; London. 

Purcee Kobert, cook at What Cheerhouse cr K and Front sts. 

Purcell Patrick, teaming in city ; res, 177 Q st bet 6th and 7th ; Conn. 

Purinton B., machinist CPER; res, 254 O st ; Wis. 

Putnam Geo. A., post office clerk ; res, 215 F st bet 7th and 8th ; Mass. 

Putnam James, carpenter; bds Western hotel, 43 K st; Mass. 



Q 

Quagen Wm., laborer, CPKE; res, 8th st bet M and N ; Ireland 
QUANCH1 D. & CO., Croce Federally coffee stand 15 Front st. 
Quanchi J., fruit store, 17 Front st ; Swiss. 
Quatman J. H., Yinnemeyer & Quatman; 122 J st; res, in al bet J and K, 

5th and 6th sts ; Germany. 
Queen City Saloon, 183 J st. 



188 saobaibnto [ Q-R] cm dimotory. 

Quigley P., boot fitter, in alley bet I and J, 2d and 3d its; Eng. 

Quigley Miner, res, cr F and 18th sts ; 111. 

Quigley Charles, laborer, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 

Quinby John, night elk, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 

Quinn John, furniture, 111 J st ; res, same ; Ireland. 

QUINN D. H., hat store, 87 J st ; res, over store ; N Y. 

Quinn Nicholas, cooper, 40 K st bet 2d and 3d. 

Quinn Michael, laborer ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st ; Tenn. 

Quinn Win., marble cutter, Aitkin & Co., 131 E st. 

Quinn Mrs. M. A., widow ; ues, s e or G and 11th sts, 

Quinn Wm,, porter, Millikiu Bros. & Co.; bds International hotel. 

Quinn John, laborer, bds IT S hotel, 55 Front st. 

Quinlan Miss Mary, cook at J. Carolan's, cr B. and 10th sts. 

Quinser Jos., baker, Eagle Bakery, 212 and 214 K st. 

Quint F., teaming over mountains; family 297 I st; Mo. 

QuongHong, wash shop, 71 L st. 



Rabach Fred'k, cabinet maker, 57 J st, Hasselgren & Wilson. 

Badmaker C, Eureka Baths, 53 K st; res, s e cr 2d and O sts; N Y. 

Radmaker Mrs. Mary, dress making, 192 2d st cr O ; res, same. 

Railroad Market, cr 2d and O sts. 

Eainford Joseph, X-10-U-8 saloon, 12 K st ; res same. 

RAM AGE LB WIS, of Robinson, Ramage & Dan lap, office 51 J st; res, 

345 H st bet 11th and 12th ; Mo. 
Ramel Felix, waiter, International hotel, 90 K st; France. 
Ramo A. Sabia, general work; res, 111 2d st; Chili. 
Ramonett F, G., res, al bet L and M, 4th and 5th; Mexico* 
Ramsey Henrv, Deputy Constable ; res, Oak avenue bet 5th and 6th sta» 
Rancich Martin, res, 19 5th st bet I and J; Italy. 
Raney C. T., news depot, 92 K st ; Mo. 
Ransom W. A., book keeper; res, 12th st bet P and Q; Mo. 
Rantz Joseph, blacksmith, at Geisel's, I st bet 9th and 10th ; France. 
RATTENBERBY W. H., pro. resfcummt, 80 J st; res, same; Eng. 
Raught W. T., boatman, 173 Front street. 

Rave C, lock and gunsmith, 44 6th st bet J and K ; res same; Germany. 
Ray Mrs. R., res, M st bet 4th and 5th, n side. 
Ray J. R., civil engineer; res, 157 3d st bet M and N ; R L 
Read Nathan A., carpenter, CSN Co.; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st; Me. 
Read W. S., elk at Gilman's, 52 J st; Canada. 
Ready W. B. & Bra, plow and wagon shop, 308 J st ; res, samt. 
Real Wm., laborer; res, No 16 6th st bet H and I; Tenn. 
Reardon J., carpenter ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Reardon Martin, C P R R; rms D st bet 7th and 8th ; Ireland. 
REDDING B B., Land Agent C P R R Co ; office 58 K st ; res, 244 2d 

st cr Q ; N S. 



SACRAMENTO [R] CITY DIEBCTOBT. 189 

Redding F. W., Deputy Secretary of State; res, Brighton; Mass. 
Eedington Gen. Alfred, agent C S N Co; also of Eedington & Williams • 

res, 269 F st bet 9th and 10th. 
REDINGTON& WILLIAMS, Lambard mills on I st bet Front and 2d- 

office, s e or I and 2d. ' 

Redington A., elk C S N Co office, hulk Globe; rms Fourth Avenue 

house, cr 4th and L sts. 
Redlington Thomas, Gillig, Mott & Co, 53 and 65 J st ; res 248 M st ■ Bug 
Reed W., photograph gallery, 117 J st; res, 3d st bet P and Q; Can. 
Reed C. w., teaming CPKR; bds Fountain house, 298 J st 
REED k CO., photograph gallery, 117 J st. 
Beed Mrs. Rosana, col ; res, 113 N st bet 4th and 5th ; K 0. 
Reed W. T., col, gardener; res, 113 N st bet 4th and 5th; N O 
REEDL. F., dealer in grain, 99 Front st; res, Mansion house, 7th st bet 

I and J. 
REEL & BARBER, props. Phcenix flour mills, s e er J and 13th. 
Beel John (Reel & Barber), bds Golden Eagle hotel, n w or K and 7th sts- 

Reeves J. W., Jr., undertaker 53 4th st j res, same. 

Began James, bricklayer State Capitol ; rms 246 M st bet 8th and 9th. 

Regan Mrs. Julia, bottled lager beer, 213 Front st cr P ; Ireland. 

Regan* Edward, laborer; res, N st bet 3d and 4th; Ireland:. 

REID C. C, grocery, 199 J st; res, same; Mo. 

Reichert G., saddler ; res, in al, bet G and H, 6th and 7th ; Germany. 

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EYery Style of Picture blown to the Photograpio Art Executed in a 

Superior Mannop and at Satisfactory Prloes. 



190 SACBAMEKTO [R] CITT DIRECTOBY. 

REEVES Meb., widow of late J. W. Reeves, undertaker, 63 4th Bt ; res, 

(same. 
Reiley Patrick, teamster; res, E at bet 10th and 11th ; Ireland. 
Eemada Teresa, widow; res, 213 Front st cr P ; Mexico. 
Reiners Fred., butcher at W. Joseph & Go's, cr 12th and E ; Germany. 
Reinig Charles, confectioner at Schroder, Fisher & Go's, 113 K st. 
Relyea Mrs. Hattie ; res, cr J and 13th sts ; Ohio. 
Relyea Lewis, wheelwright at Hill's, 391 to 397 J st; N T. 
Reiiiff Asa, engineer stmr Belle; res, 215 M st bet 7th and 8th. 
Ren wick A. T. ; res, 44 10th st bet J and K ; Germany. 
Renwick Andrew, at Ireland's match factory, 320 K st; res, with father, 

44 10th st; Iowa. 
Renwick R. A., machinist at Gobs & Lambard's/I st bet Front and 2d; III. 
Renwick Myron, moulder Sac Iron works ; 111. 
Rev Mrs. Elizabeth, family grocery n w cr 7th and P ; Germany. 
REYNOLDS WM. M., Sacramento stables, 168 K st ; res, cr F and 11th. 
Reynolds Wm., teamster; bds Atlantic hotel, crl and 12th. 
Renz John, paints, oils and glass, 222 J st; res, 114 9th st, cr al, bet L 

and M; Germany. 
Rhoads Abraham, stone cntter CFBR; bds Mechanic's Exchange, I st 

bet Front and 2d ; Ohio. 
Rhoades J. M., St Natoma mills, Folsom ; fam res, E st bet 12th and 13th. 
Rhoads A. J., res, Union hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Pa. 




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Of all kinds, at Prices Warranted to Give Satisfaction. Also, 

COUNTY OORONBH, 

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IN 

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SACRAMENTO [ R ] CITT DIRECTORY. 191 

Richter J. A., teamster; res, 149 5th st bet M and N; Minn. 

Eice Patrick, CPEE; bds Mineral Point house, 173 J st. 

Eice Harry, watchmaker, up stairs 19 6th st bet I and J. 

Eice H. N., SYBRj rms 148 2d st ; Yt. 

Eice Wm. G., at Frank Suy dam's, cr 2d and K. 

Eich James, teamster; bds Telegraph house, 364 J st. 

Eich & Smith, family grocery, 171 J st. 

Rich Samuel (Rich & Smith); res; in country. 

Richards Miss Ida, dressmaker, 228 J st ; Mass. 

Richardson W. J ., C P R R ; res, w s 5th st bet O and P ; Maine. 

Richardson J. F., dairyman, 21st and Y ; N Y. 

Richardson Isaac, wood yard, n w cr J and 13th; Wis. 

Richardson A. G., Cal Stage line ; res, s e cr 7th and N. 

Eichmond J. W., farmer; res, s e cr 18th and P sts. 

Eichmond John A., news carrier ; bds Eldred house, K st bet 10th and 

11th. 
Eichmond M. L., bds e s 6th st bet Q and E; N Y. 
EICKEE G. W. & CO., carpenters and builders, shop alley bet J, K, 3d 

and 4th sts ; bds International hotel, 90 K st ; Mass. 
Eider George, policeman ; res, 116 3d st bet L and M. 
Rider John, carpenter and contractor; res, cr 18th and A; Ohio. 
Ridley Wm., laborer CPRE; bds What Cheer house cr K and Front ; 

Arkansas. 
Reeber Gottlieb, pro. Union Bakery, 247 J st. 
Eeihm C, machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, 105 tL 

st bet 4th and 5th. 
Rieff Martin C, carpenter; res, cr M. and 17th sts. 
Eiehl Henry, apprentice at Lundquist's, 42 3d st. 
Riggs John, laborer, Bowers' brick yard ; res, bet 18th and 20th, S and T 

sts; Penn. 
Rightmire A. D., an officer at State Prison ; family res, 148 L st; Ohio. 
Eigney Michael, laborer ; res, al bet O and P, Front and 2d sts ; Ireland. 
Eigsby Stanley, wagon maker at P. McGowan's, n e cr I and 11th sts; bds 

Crescent City, 181 J st. 
Eill Mrs. M. , res, Slater's Addition, n side Front st. 
Eeily James, stone cutter, at State Capitol ; res, St. Louis House, cr M 

and 8th sts. 
Eiley Wm., bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Riley Patrick, steamboatman bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Einker Henry F., waiter Western hotel 43 K st. 

Eios Francisco, works on wood barges ; res, Sycamore st, Slater's Addi- 
tion; Mexico. 
Eipley J. M., carpenter shop CPEE Co.; res, 9th st, bet G and H. 
Eippon Samuel J., blacksmith, CPEE shop, cr D and 6th sts ; res, H st 

bet 16th and 17th. 
Eippon Wm., res, n e cr 16th and G sts. 
RlPPON J. & CO., grocery, s w cr J and 9th sts ; res, cr alley and 11th 

sts bet G and H. 
Sitter Ferdinand S., Jr., machinist, Sac Iron Works ; res, Central house, 

5th st bet J and K ; N Y. 
Eoach John, laborer, CPEE; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Eoach Bart., horse shoe nail maker; res, n e cr N and 9th st ; Ireland. 
Eoach Mrs. Mary, res, alley bet Front and 2d, O and P sts. 
Eoach Thos. B., stone cutter, CPEE; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Eobert Louis, 2d cook U S hotel, 55 Front st; France. 



192 SACRAMENTO [ R ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Roberts R., blacksmith, San. Francisco; family res, n side O st bet 8th 

and 9th. 
Roberts Matilda; No. 12 2d st ; Va. 
Roberts Mrs. Mary ; res, 167 N st bet 6th and 7th ; Iowa. 
Roberts Chas., grocery, n e cr 7th and P. 
Roberts John H., res, 213 N st bet 7th and 8th ; 111. 
Roberts Robt., butcher, 54 3d st ; res, 7th st bet E and F. 
Roberts H., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Roberts J. E., wagon maker at Pike & Young's, cr L and 4th sts ; res, cr 

6th and N sts. 
ROBERTSON R. L., feed store, 231 J st ; res, 46 12th st bet G and H. 
Robertson Wm. J., blacksmith, shop cr K and 8th sts; res, Pst bet 8th 

and 9th ; Ky. 
Roberts W. G., agent Couch's stage line, What Cheer hotel. 
Roberts Henry, bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 

Roberts Thomas, teamster ; bds at Atlantic hotel, cr I and 12th sts. 
Robb John, wagon maker, Ready Bros, 303 J st; res, 256 6th st bet P 

and Q sts ; Penn. 
Bobbins Mrs. Eliza, widow of S. B. Robbins ; res, 277 4th st bet Q and R. 
Robbins N. W., carriage trimmer, s e cr K and 8th sts; res, bet K and L» 
Robbins E. R., elk, G. C. Hall's, 189 J st; res, O and 15th sts; 111. 
Robbins K. W., elk, R. Dale's, 185 J st; res, O and 15th sts ; 111. 
Robbins J. M., bar keeper, Overland Mail saloon, 356 J st. 
Robbins Mrs. A. D., res, s w cr and 15th sts. 
Robinson Mrs. M. B , widow; res, Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Robinson J. S., brakeman, P R R; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
ROBINSON, RAM AGE & DUNLAP, attorneys at law; office 51J st. 
Robinson Robert, firm of Robinson, Ramage & Dun lap; res, 414 H st. 
Robinson James, dairyman ; res, J st bet 17th and 18th. 
Robinson Henry, fruits, candies, etc., 266 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Robinson E. 1., son of Robert Robinson; res, s w cr H and 14th sts; 111. 
Robinson F. W., Perkins & Robinson, 75 Front st ; res, Empire house, 22 

Kst. 
Robinson Charles J., clerk, Adjutant General's office ; res, H st bet 16th 

and 17th. 
Robinson George H., brakeman, C P R R; res, 414 H st, cr 14th» 
Robinson Samuel, conductor, S V R R ; res, Empire house, 22 K st. 
Robinson J. H., Telegraph operator, 47 2d st. 
Robinson Wm. H., laborer; res, n w cr J and 16th sts; Eng. 
Roche Bartholomew, horse nail maker; res, 9th st bet K andL; Ireland. 
Rochford Luke, P R R car shop ; res, cr E and 12th sts ; Ireland. 
Rochon Octave, 224 K st, cr 8th ; res, alley bet J and K, 7th and 8th sts. 
Rochon Napoleon, 224 K st, cr 8th ; res, same ; Canada. 
Rock John W., carpenter, C S N Co ; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st. 
Rodt Peter, steward, Mechanic Exchange hotel, 24 I st. 
Roddy James, boot maker, G. Wise, 41 K st ; Ireland. 
Rodrigues Trutoro, stevedore; res, alley N and 0, Front and 2d sts; 

Mexico. 
Rodgers John, laborer, C P R R ; bds United States Jhotel, 55 Front st. 
Rodgers B., laborer, C P R R; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 
Rodgers J., laborer, P R R; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 
Rodgers Capt. James C, up-river boats, C S N Co ; res, 160 N st bet 6th 

and 7th; Ya. 
Rogers Wm. A., carpenter, 5th st bet J and K ; res, 114 3d st bet L and 

M; Phila. 



SACRAMENTO [R] CITY DIRECTORY. 193 

Eogers W. E., elk, L. Powers & Co, Front st; rms 176 3d st. 

ROGERS S. L., attorney at law ; office Klays' bldg, 4th st bet J and K ; 

res, 184 4th st; Conn. 
Eoger Jule, laborer ; bds 43, in alley bet L and M, 2d and 3d sts ; Italy. 
Eoger B., laborer; bds 43, in alley bet L and M, 2d and 3d; Italy. 
Eoger Mrs. .Naomi; res, 55 L st bet 2d and 3d. 
Eoguin Leonard, moulder, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. 
Eoher Mrs Sarah ; res, 303 L st bet 10th and 11th. 
Eooney J. E., proprietor Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Booney Albert, laborer; res, Ryan's brickyard, bet 11th and 12th, S and 

T sts ; N Y. 
Root EL F., foreman Union Iron Works, 171 Front st ; res, 244 2d st. 
Eorka Thomas, longshoreman ; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 
Eose M. E., windmill, pump and well boring, 260 K st; res, 262 K st. 
BOSENFELD SIMON, cigars and tobacco, 72 J st ; res, same. 
Rosenfeld Henry, tailor, at Paris', 266 J st ; bds Wm. Tell house, cr 9th 

and J sts. 
Rosinda Augustin, works on levee; res, ssNst bet Front and 2d; Chili. 
Ross Wm., col, Todd's Gallery, 80 J st ; res, 174 F st bet 6th and 7th. 
ROSS THOMAS, groceries, 225 J st, cr 8th ; res, 407 H st bet 13th and 

14th; Maine. 
ROSS C. H., feed store, 249 J st, and Supervisor; res, s e cr H and 12th 

sts; Maine. 
Ross David; res, 409 H st bet 13th and 14th sts; Maine. 
ROSS DAVID S., Insurance Agent; office Big Tree store, 225 J st, cr 8th. 
Ross F. C, elk, 225 J st, cr 8th ; res, H st bet 13th and 14th ; Maine. 
ROSS H. & BROS., clothing, 224 J st, cr 8th. 
Ross H., Ross & Bros.; res, M st bet 3d and 4th ; Poland. 
Ross A., Capitol Market, 15 7th st bet H and I ; res, 269 H st ; Germany. 
Ross Thomas, carpenter, C P R R car shop ; res, 119 5th st bet L and M; 

Scotland. 
Ross Rev. John W., pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, 6th st bet E and 

L ; res, a s N st bet 7th and 8th ; Ohio. 
Ross Mrs. B., widow ; res, s s M st bet 3d and 4th. 
Ross John, boatman ; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
ROTH S., saddlery, 167 J st ; res, 244 7th st bet P and Q; 111. 
Rothfeld S., Steinhardt & Rothfeld, 161 J st ; res, 7th st bet H and I ; 

Germany. 
Rotger E., elk, Schroder, Fisher & Co, 113 K st ; Germany. 
Rothgeb Gustavus A., book keeper,*C. Weil & Co, 316 J st, cr 11th. 
Eothwell Eichard, laborer; bds L street house, L st bet 3d and 4th. 
Eott H. H., elk, at Krebs, 188 J st. 
Eott B. H., shoemaker, n s N st, bet 9th and 10th. 
Eoundley James, laborer; res, Front st bet Sycamore and Oak. 
Eoussell August, junk dealer, swcrL and 13th ; France. 
Eowan James, People's Employment office, 89 K st ; res, over 112 J st ; 

Ireland. 
ROWLAND GEORGE, Postmaster ; office cr K and 4th sts ; res, over 

Wells, Fargo & Co's express office, 2d st bet J and K. 
Rowe John, laborer, C P EE ; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Rowley George, grain er, at Krebs, 188 J st ; res, J st, cr 16th. 
Royal J., machinist, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Royal John, machinist, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d sts; res, 

Sycamore st, Slater's add ; Ireland. 
Eozell Charles, carpenter, in Nevada; family res, 221 M st; Ireland. 

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194 SACRAMENTO [ R] CITY DIRECTORY, 

Kubi Ynes, maker hair ropes and cinches; res, Railroad and Sycamore 

sts; Mexico. 
Budech Thomas, clerk, Mania, cr 3d and J sts ; Austria. 
BUDOLPH J. F., drug store, 78 K st; res, I st bet 11th and 12th; Penn. 
Bueff Jacob, hats and shoes, 180 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Rugg Jos. P., pattern maker, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, 

13 I st ; Canada. 
Buggies John ; res, alley bet O and P, Front and 2d sts ; Penn. 
BunT Jacob, blacksmith; res, old levee, bet G and H, 6th and 7th sts; Ger. 
Buland Chas., boating; res, 221 Front st bet and P ; N Y. 
Bully Lawrence, laborer, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Busch & Bayer, grocers, 192 2d st cr O ; res, same. 
Buss Albert ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Buss House, K st bet 8th and 9th. 

Bussell F. H., toll keeper, Sac bridge ; res, O st bet 2d and 3d ; Penn. 
Bussell J. L., of Winterburn & Bussell, job printing, Bead's block, cr 3d 

and J sts; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 189 K st. 
BUSSELL P. H., groceries and provisions, 209 J st ; res, cr H and llth. 
Bussell David, machinist, Union Iron Works, 171 Front st. 
Bussell Mrs. Nancy C; res, N st bet 9th and 10th. 
Bussell S.; teamster; res, J st bet 27th and 28th ; N H. 
Bussell Jos. L. Jr., printer, Bussell& Winterburn's, cr 3d and J sts. 
Bussell k Winterburn, job printing, Bead's block, cr 3d and J sts. 
Bussell Chas., machinist, C P B B Co.; res, 306 4th st bet O and P; Mass. 
Bustaller Frank, at Pacific brewery, cr 9th and P sts; Germany. 
Byan Daniel, moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Byan Thomas, fireman ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Byan Michael, C P B B Co.; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Byan Peter, laborer, C P B B works, cr 4th and D sts ; bds U S hotel, 55 

Front st. 
Byan Patrick, employe C P B B Co.; res, Front st bet Sycamore and Oak; 

Ireland. 
Byan John, brick maker; res, s w cr Q and llth sts ; Ireland. 
Byan Miss Mariah, milliner, 145 J st; res, same; Ireland. 
Bi AN E. £., County Assessor till first Monday in March next ; res, 219 

1st. 
Byan James, sacks, 205 J st; res, same ; Ireland. 
Byan James, boots and shoes, 236 J st ; res, 306 H st bet 10th and llth ; 

Ireland. 
Byan Thomas, blacksmith, C P B B Co.; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Byan D., laborer ; res, alley bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 
Byan John ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Byan T.; res, s e cr S and 10th sts. 
Bye Wm.; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 



SACRAMENTO [ST CITY DIBBCTOBY* 195 



S 

Sacramento Library, over 120 and 122 J st. 

Sacramento County Hospital, south side L st bet 10th and 11th. 

Sacramento Stables, 166 K st. 

Sacramento Savings Bank, 89 J st. 

Sacramento Iron Works, 17 and 19 I st. 

Sage Addison, waterman ; rms International hotel, 90 K st ; NY. 

Sager George S., blacksmsith, at Brown's, 278 K st ; res, s side W st bet 

9th and 10th; Ohio. 
Sager John, steward, Bbner hotel, 18 K st ; Germany. 
Sageroon John, waiter, Golden Eagle hotel, nwcr 7th and K sts. 
Salinas Mrs. Tristinq ; res, n side O st bet 4th and 5th ; Mexico. 
Salinas G., onCSN Co/s Eed Bluff boats ; res, alley bet N and 0, 2d and 

3d sts ; Chili. 
Salisbury Norman C, at Illinois stable, cr I and 9th sts ; N Y. 
Salle Augustus, at St. George Saloon, 4th st bet J and K; res, 174 Mst 

bet 6th and 7th ; Germany. 
Salle G., pro. St. George Saloon, 37 4th st ; res, 174 M st; Germany. 
Salmon Thomas C, paper dealer, on boat; bds What Cheer house ; N Y. 
Sam Chung, wash shop, K. st bet 4th and 5th. 
Sam Hing, wash shop, 24 K st. 
Sam Shing, wash shop, K st bet 6th and 7th. 
Sam Yack, wash shop, 4th st bet K and L. 
Sam Kee, wash shop, 273 K st. 
Sam Hop, wash shop, 294 J st. 

Sam Lee Hung, wash shop, 314 J st bet 10th and 11th. 
Sam Chung, wash house, cr 8th and L sts. 
Sam Wau, wash shop, 44 3d st bet J and K. 
Samis Mrs. Louise, artist, 8 2d st ; Miss. 
Sample D. E., clerk, H. S. Crocker & Co., 42 J st ; res, 195 L st bet 7th 

and 8th ; Ind. 
Samuel H., pro. Brooklyn bakery, 3d st bet M and N. 
Sample Booms, basement Masonic block, cr 6th and K sts. 
Sanborn M. K., carpenter; res, alley. bet N and O, 7th and 8th; Me. 
Sands P. S., teaming in city; res, 238 O st bet 8th and 9th; Ireland. 
Sanders Mrs. Catharine, widow ; res, cr 6th and E sts ; N Y. 
Sanders B. A., job carpenter ; res, 15th st bet N and O; NY. 
Sanders A. N., boot maker, at 40 5th st. 
Sanders Miss Mary E.; bds Mansion house, 7th st bet I and J. 
Sanderson Peter, laborer ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, N and O sts. 
Sanderson G.; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Sanderson Geo. W., butcher, 195 L st bet 7th and 8th ; Mass. 
Sanderson J. B., salesman, Jas. Carolan & Co., cr J and Front sts; rms 

82 3d st bet K and L. 
Sanderson T., waiter, International hotel, 90 K st. 
SANDERSON SILAS W., Associate Justice Supreme Court; res, n e cr 

9th and H sts. 
Sanderson F., steward, Golden Eagle hotel, n w cr 7th and K sts. 



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196 SACRAMENTO [S] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Sanford James, bricklayer, State Capitol ; res, cr 8th and L sts ; N J. 

Sang Hop, wash shop, 7th st bet I and J. 

Sanderson John S., col, barber, 35 Front st bet J and K; res, 79 st bet 

3d and 4th ; Baltimore. 
Sauze Frederick, tinner, at R C Terry & Co.'s, 130 J st cr 5th ; Cal. 
Sauze James, tinner, at R C Terry & Co.'s, 130 J st cr 5th ; Cal. 
Savage N. W., stone mason, C P R R Co.; bds Mineral Point house, 173 

J st ; Me. 
Savage Wm., in Oregon ; family res, 221 N st; Me. 
Savitz John, batcher at Cisco ; wife at R. Parker's, 287 K st ; Conn. 
SAWYER LORENZO, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court; bds Golden 

Eagle hotel, 189 K st cr 7th. 
Sayles James ; res, Q st bet 14th and 15th ; Iowa. 
Sayles Thomas, City Poundmaster; res, bet 14th and 15th sts; Iowa. 
Sazerac building, n w cr J and 2d sts. 
Scalley Mrs. Bridget, widow ; res, 74 8th st bet K and L. 
Scanlan Rev. Patrick, assistant pastor St. Rose Church ; res, adjoining, 

on 7th st bet J and K. 
Scannell Miss C. S.; bds Mrs. Cody's, cr 8th and M sts ; Ireland. 
SCHADE JOHN, gunsmith, 105 J st; res, same; St. Louis. 
Schadewitz H„ wheelwright, I st bet 9th and 10th ; Germany. 
Schaefer D., job carpenter ; res, I st bet 8th and 9th ; Germany. 
Schaefer Louis, Kumle & Schaefer, Ebner hotel, 18 K st; Germany. 
Schaefer Franz ; res, cr 28th and M sts ; Germany. 
Schaefer Louis, glue manufactory, cr 23d and M st«. 
Schaefer Peter, blacksmith ; res, O st bet 12th and 13th ; Germany. 
Schaefer C, of Laauser & Schaefer, 113 K st. 

Scheibel George, tinner, Holbrook, Merrill & Co, 176 J st; bds Inter- 
national hotel, 90 K st. 
Scheldt P., Sacramento Brewery, n e cr M and 28th sts; res, same. 
Schibel George, saloon, .56 3dst; res, same ; Germany, 
Schindler C, sash, blind and door maker, 202 K st. 
Schiver Simon, elk, Joe Davis, 48 4th st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Schepp Charles, at C. Weisel's, cr 8th and L sts ; Germany. 
Schluckebier Wm., wagon maker, J st, bet 10th and 11th; res, L st, bet 

6th and 7th. 
Schley L. W., bricklayer, State Capitol ; bds Fountain house, J st bet 10th 

and 11th ; Md. 
SCHMAELZLE L., barber; shop 188 K st; res, 176 L st bet 6th and 7th; 

Germany. 
Schmaelzer Karl, fruit peddler; res, alley bet M and N, 5th and 6th sts; 

Prussia. 
Schmidt Mrs. C. H , milliner, 133 J st; Germany. 
Schmidt C. M., repairer of pianos ; res, 227 M st; Germany. 
Schmidt Wm., upholsterer, at Hopley's, 4th st bet J and K; Germany. 
Schmidt Frank, laborer, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; bds at 

Ebner's hotel, 18 K st. 
Schmidt W., coppersmith, C P R R work shop; bds Belvidere hotel, 6th 

st bet J and K ; Prussia. 
SCHMEISER GEORGE, machine shop, 73 Jst; res, cr L and 7th sts; 

Penn. 
Schmeiser Godfred, machinist, 73 J st ; res, e s 4th st bet I and J. 
Schnible Adam H., butcher, at Bryan & Showler's, 76 K st. 
Schoen Philip, butcher, California Market, 253 J st ; Bavaria. 
Schoor John B., hostler, at Grafmuller's ; res, 9th st bet J and K. 



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Schoonmaker J. W., Schoonmaker & Casey, 50 K st ; res, e s 7th st bet M 

N; NY. 
Schroder, Fisher & Co., candy manufactory, 113 K st. 
Schroder Henry, of Schroder, Fisher & Co., 113 K st; res, same. 
SCHROER BROTHERS, pro. Golden Eagle bakery, 212 and 214 K st. 
Schroer S. H., Jr., Schroer Bros., 212 and 214 K st ; res, same ; St. Louis. 
Schroer W., Schroer Bros., 212 and 214 K st; res, same; St. Louis. 
Schroer J. A., Eagle bakery, 212 and 214 K st; res, same. 
Schroth George, Lehman & Schroth, 22 J st ; res, same; Germany. 
Schuch Adam, turning lathe, s s K st bet 8th and 9th; res, same. 
Schulte Heinrich, hostler ; res, cr 28th and M sts ; Germany. 
Schulmeir Henry, butcher, at Boston Market, cr 2d and L sts ; res, same ; 

Germany. 
Schwab Mrs., hebomme, near n e cr L and 7th sts, rm No 12 ; Germany. 
Schwab Peter, machinist, CPER; res, N st bet 4th and 5th ; Germany. 
Schwab Mrs. B.; res, K st bet 13th and 14th. 

Schwaldenberg Wm., laborer, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Schwartz Charles, butcher shop, s e cr L and 7th sts ; res, L st bet 7th 

and 8th; Germany. 
Schwartz Charles (Borches & Schwartz); res, n e cr H and 12th sts; 

Germany. 
Schwerdtle Jacob, cabinet maker and upholsterer, at W. Sharp's, 115 J 

st; res, s w cr D and 12th sts; Germany. 
Schweitcel Wm., blacksmith, at Soule's, I st bet 9th and 10th ; res, cr O 

and 4th sts ; Germany. 
Schweizer H., moulder, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Scoggins Smith ; res, 121 4th st bet L and M. 

Scott James, elk, at Suverkrup's, n w cr K and 3d sts; res, same; Penn. 
Scott Joseph, wagon maker, J. Hill's, 391 J st. 
Scott George, laborer; res, s w cr 18th and M sts; Ireland. 
Scott Joe, col, on steamer Chrysopolis ; wife cooks for Green, M st bet 2d 

and 3d. 
Scott Frances M., col; res, n e cr E and 16th sts; Phila. 
Seott D. L., bricklayer; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
Scriver T. D., proprietor Pioneer Livery Stable, 4th st bet I and J; bds 

Golden Eagle hotel, 189 K st. 
Scroggs Alex., dairyman ; res, bet L and M, 18th and 19th sts. 
Scudder Oliver; res, 118 and 120 3d st bet L and M. 
Scudder Charles L., book keeper, Waterhouse & Lester, 17 7th st bet I 

and J; res, 303 H st; Ohio. 
SEABOUGH SAMUEL, editor Sac. Union ; rms Brannan house, No 12 

J st. 
Seaman M. P.; res, 149 L st. 

Seaman Mrs. Ann, widow ; res, 149 L st bet 6th and 7th. 
Seaman J. A., carpenter, CPRE Co's car shop ; bds on D st bet 7th 

and 8th. 
Seaton H. H., book keeper, Huntington & Hopkins, 54 K st; res, M st 

bet 7th and 8th% 
Sebincich Scrobogna, 19 Front st ; Italy. 
Sebold Sebastian, shoemaker, Hillebrand's, 177 K st. 
Seebold Sebastian, wagon maker, 9th st bet J and K ; bds at St. Louis 

hotel, 255 J st. 
Seeger Robert, family grocery, cr 7th and L sts ; Saxony. 
Second Street Baths, 10 2d st bet I and J. 
8egovia Manuel, works on levee; res, s s N st bet Front and 2d; Chili. 



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Beitz Richard, butcher, Empire Market, 2d K at; res, same; Germany* 

Seltzer G. W.; bds City hotel, 73 K st; hair doctor. 

Semple Colonel C. D.; res, n s P st bet 4th and 5th. 

SEN ATZ A. J.; res, e s 2d st bet N and O. 

Senior Mrs. M. A., widow; res, s s O st bet 5th and 6th. 

Sennermacher Charles, in Virginia City, Nev.; family res, No 41, in alley 

bet I and J, 5th and 6th sts ; Germany. 
Senter M. 8., stationery and news depot, 70 J st. 
Sepulveda Manuel, stevedore ; res, 197 Front st bet O and P ; Chili 
Sergant Mrs. Taylor ; res, 6th st bet H and I. 
Sermonet George, elk, Coffee Mill, 112 K st ; Germany. 
Servantes M. Isadore, widow; res, alley N and O, 2d and 3d sts; Mexico. 
Setterhein Herman, porter, Capitol hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
Sexton J., Pacific stables, 88 2d st; bds What Cheer house, cr K and 

Front sts. 
Sexton Miss M. A., Preston & Sexton, 113 J st. 
Shales Mrs. J . C, widow ; res, 147 L st bet 5th and 6th ; Mich. 
Shallock H.; res, e s 14th st bet O and P. 
Shallcross H. D., Captain, C S N Co. 

Shallon Thomas, farmer ; res, n e cr 13th and Y sts ; Mich. 
Shamloffel Wm., of Shamloffel & Labasse, New Orleans saloon, cr K and 

6th sts. 
Shanahan Timothy, dairyman; res, bet B and S, 25th and 26th sts; Ire. 
Shannon ; res, 127 O st, cr 3d ; D. C. 

Shart Henry Wm., sprinkles streets ; res, N st bet 2d and 3d ; Germany. 
SHATTUCK WM., Public Administrator elect ; res, 209 K st. 
8HAEP W., carpets and upholstery, 115-17 J st; res, Orleans hotel, 2d 

st bet J and K. 
Shaw Ira C, C P R E ; res, 176 G st bet 6th and 7th. 
Shaw J. W.; office cr Front and K sts ; rms 169 N st bet 6th and 7th. 
SHAW J., waters streets; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 189 £ st. 
Shaw C. J., stage agent, n w cr K and Front sts ; bds Orleans hotel, 2d 

st bet J and K ; N Y. 
SHAWL LEWIS, clothing store, 132 J st; res, same; Germany. 
Shay Peter, blacksmith, CPRR work shop; res, 6th st bet J and K; 

Ireland. 
Shay Mrs. Peter, straw milliner, 6th st bet J and K. 
Sheain B., plumber, William Clarks, 79 £ st ; bds International hotel, 90 

Kst. 
Sheal Ernst, blacksmith ; bds St. Louis hotel, 255 J st. 
Shear C. H., near Union Park Course, bet F and G, 20th and 21st sts. 
Shearer Francis, hostler, Lee Stanley's, 308 K st bet 10th and llth. 
Shearer Wm., carpenter ; bds Norris', n w cr K and 12th sts. 
Sheehan Wm.; res, 121 N st bet 4th and 5th ; 111. 
Sheehan John F., printer, Crocker & Co., 42 J st; res, s s M st bet 3d and 

4th; Ireland. 
Sheehan T. W., carriage painter; res, s s M st bet 3d and 4th; Ireland. 
Sheehan Bernard, plumber, D. W. Clark's, 51 K st. # 
Sheehan Bridget ; res, N st bet Front and 2d ; Ireland. 
Sheenhan Matthew, laborer; bds What Cheer house, s e cr K and Front 

streets. 
Sheenan Edward, C. C. Knox, cr L and Front sts ; res, 207 Front at. 
Sheibel Geo. L., tinner, Hoi brook, Merrill & Co., 176 J st. 
Shek G. F., blacksmith, at Mason's, 3d .st bet I and J. 
Shellers J., carpenter; res, 113 4th st bet L and M. 



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Shelling F., waiter, Capitol hotel, 190 K Bt, er 7th. 

Sheppard Thomas, bartender ; res, s e cr 6th and H sts ; New Orleans. 

Sheppard G. W., col, yeast manufacturer; res, N st bet 13th and 14th. 

Sherburn Wm. H., elk, Badger's, cr 4th and J sts ; res, 12 J st; Wis. 

Sherburn John B., upholsterer. 

Shemansky Jacob, elk, clothing store, No 4 J st ; Poland. 

Sheridan Patrick, laborer; bds L st house, L st bet 3d and 4th ; Ireland. 

Sherman Harry, compositor, Union office, 49 3d st; rms El Dorado bldg, 
cr 2d and J sts. 

Sherman D. B., Hotchkiss & Co.'s sawmill, Front st bet Q and K; N Y. 

Sherman Thomas, Deputy Sheriff under Lansing ; res, Oak avenue, bet 
5th and 6th sts. 

Shick John, watchman, S N Co; res, 175 5th st bet N and O ; N Y. 

Shields Dr. F. M.; office 117 J st ; res, G st bet 14th and 15th ; Ky. 

Shields S., painter ; res, alley bet 4th and 5th, L and M sts. 

Shilling B., cook, Union Eestaurant, 226 J st cr" 8th ; Germany. 

Shingleton Eichard, blacksmith helper, Ready Bros., 303 J st. 

Shirland E. D., County Clerk ; bds Capitol hotel, 190 K st. 

Shooting Gallery, 76 J st bet J and K ; Zwicker's. 

Shoots Cap. N. ±L, plasterer ; res, e s 12th st bet K and L. 

Showier Thomas, of Bryan & Showier, Phoenix Stall, 76 K st; Eng. 

Shrawter Lee, cook, Crescent City hotel, 181 J st. 

Shrogg John, boot maker at Denton's, 310 J st. 

SICKLER JOHN L., proprietor Record, 42 J st ; res, St; George bldg. 

Siddons W. M., proprietor of Occidental saloon, 88 J st; res, Old Ma- 
sonic bldg, J st bet Front and 2d ; South Carolina. 

Sidgreves Wm., res, 251 L st bet 8th and 9th ; Eng. 

SILBERSTEIN MARK, family grocery n w cr 13th and K sts ; res, same. 

Siebold Andrew, pro. K Street Bakery, 143 K st ; res, same; Germany. 

Sill Ambrose, bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 

Silliman E. B., machinist, Goss & Lambard's, I st, bet Front and 2d ; rms 
Sazerac bldg cr J and 2d. 

Silvey Manuel, laborer; Tes, s w cr S and 2d sts; Portugal. 

Silvey Joseph, laborer ; res, necrS and 2d sts ; Portugal. 

Simon L., at Chevalier's, 44 K st. 

Simons H. T., engineer C S N Co.; rms s w cr K and 2d sts ; Me. 

SIMMONS G. L., M. D., office 46 S St.; res, same; Mass. 

Simmons P., plummer ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, L and M sts. 

Simmons Henry, at Friend & Terry's, 140 2dst; bds 54 L st; Md. 



DR. G. L. SIIKIYIONS, 




No, 46 J Sti-eet, between Second and Third, 



r Morning, 9 o'clftck. 

Hours for Office Practice: \ Afternoon, from a to 5 o'ciack. 

( Bvening, 7 o'clock. 



200 SACRAMENTO [8] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Simmons John, printer at State printing office ; bds at Mrs. Tingman's, cr 

7th and* H sts; E. I, 
Simpson John, pressman, State printing office, Read's block, 3d st bet I 

and J; Scotland. 
Sims Mrs. Annie, boarding house, 10th st bet H and I. 
Sims Samuel, 249 J st ; res, 11th st bet G and H. 
Sinay Simon, elk B. Banner's, 62 J st ; France. 
Sing Lee, wash shop, I st bet Front and 2d. 
SingKee, wash shop, 222 K st, bet 7th and 8th. 

SINGLETON JOHN, pro. What Cheer House, s e cr K and Front sts. 
Singleton Wm., col., cleans rms; res, alley bet M and N, 5th and 6th sts. 
Sisk T. J., carpenter; bds International hotel, 90 K st. 
SITES A., book keeper Golden Eagle hotel, 189 K st cr 7th. 
Sixth Street Market, 6th st bet I and J. 
Skaggs Eli ; res, El Dorado bldg cr J and 2d sts 
Skelton John, drayman ; res, cr L and 13th sts ; Eng. 
Skmorliz Simon, steward Belvidero house, 6th st bet J and K. 
Skinner Miss Fannie, at Mrs. Hedenberg's, G st bet 7th and 8th. 
Slade P., carpenter; rms 218 M st bet 7th and 8th ; Ohio. 
Slathery Patrick, hostler Pioneer stables, 4th st bet I and J. 
SLATER J. F., business manager at Meussdorffer's, 125 J st; res, 12 8th 

st bet H and I. 
Slaughter J., col, whitewasher; res, al, bet 5th and 6th, L and M. 
Slight E. T., poultry, 57 4th st bet J and K. 
Sloat Daniel, carpenter; res, 155 N st bet 4th and 5th; N Y. 
Smart Mrs. Lucinda, dress maker; res, 130 8th st bet M and N; Me. 
Small S., laborer Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Sraiddy John, laborer CPRR; res, al, bet N and O, 3d and 4th ; Ire. 
Smith Alexander, plumber at W. Clark's, 70 K st ; res, same ; Scotland. 
Smith Wm. M , cigars, s w cr K and 2d sts ; res, same. 
Smith J. L., tinner at Gillig, Mott & Co's, 55 J pt; res, w s 9th st bet K 

and L ; Ohio. 
SMITH S. D., Trustee Sac city ; res, Mansion house, 7th st bet I and J. 
Smith W. F., painter; bds al, bet Q and R, 6th and 7th ; Mass. 
Smith E. M., constable ; res, al, bet Q and R, 6th and 7th. 
Smith Alex. N., gas fitter at Clark's, 79 K st ; bds International hotel, 90 

K st. 
Smith Peter, deckhand C S N Co; res, Wigwam saloon 105 Front st. 
Smith W. W., book keeper at Capital hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
Smith W. B., 2d cook at Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K; La. 
Smith L., carpenter; rms 117 L st bet 4th and 4th. 
Smith Terrance, workman CPRR; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Smith Wm., laborer Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Smith Frank, moulder Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Smith Eli M., car builder CPRR; bds Crescent City hotel, 181 J st. 
Smith Miss F.; res, 202 2d st bet O and P. 
Smith Sparrow (Rich & Smith), grocers, 171 J st ; res, 10th st bet L and 

M; Conn. 
Smith James J., Sec Fire Deptand Exempts; rms over 90 J st. 
Smith Josiah, Pacific stables 86 and 88 2d st ; N Y. 
Smith Mrs. Jane, saloon cr Q and Front ; Ireland. 
Smith J. U.; res, brick house n s L st bet 9th and 10th. 
Smith A. J., laborer, Pioneer broom factory, 56 K st ; res, D st bet 17th 

and 18th ; Wis. 
Smith John B., teaming over mountains ; fam res 347 H st ; Mo. 



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SMITH H. G., grain merchant, 89 Front st; res, 202 2d st bet O and P. 
Smith W. B., brickmason State Capitol; res, 12th st bet K and L; lid. 
Smith Bernard, stone cutter State Capitol ; res, Illinois Hunters' house, 

cr L and 8th sts ; Conn. 
Smith J. Grafton, painter, 188 J st, at Krebs\ 
Smith Peter D., elk at C Weil's, 316 J st ; res, 11th st bet J and K. 
Smith C. W., pressman at Russell & Winterburn's ; res, H st bet 18th 

and 14th. 
Smith Charles, teamster ; bds Telegraph house, 364 J st. 
Smith Mrs. Margaret A.; res, s e er 17th and G sts. 
Smith A. F.; res, cr G and 17th sts ; Conn. 
Smith J. E., atty at law; res, n e cr 4th and S st. 
Smith John, Sutter flower garden, cr J and 29th sts. 
Smith George, elk Police Court ; res, e s 7tji bet L and M. 
Smith Miss Clarissa ; res, 221 N st. 

Smith M., machinist Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Smith Frank, moulder Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d ; tins Mrs 

Yan Everts 56 L st. 
Smith H. B., agent fast freight, Wells, Fargo & Go's office, 2d st bet J 

and K. 
Smith Henry, bell ringer ; bds Mineral Point house, 178 J st bet 6th and 

7th. 
Smith Lewis B.; res, 44 10th st bet J and K. 
Smith E. C, pro. Haines' Exchange, 322 J st. 
Smith Thomas R., carpenter; bds Haines* Exchange, 822 J st. 




j 







PIONEER MILLS, 

Front Street, near GasWorks* 
OFFICE-No.~3o7fRONT STREET, 

SACEAMENTO . 

Manufacturers of Baker's Extra and Self Rising 

Flour, Shorts, H|gf Corn Meal, 

MIDDLINGS, 




Ground. Barley. 

GEIST WOBK DONE TO OBDEB, AT LOW BATES. 

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202 SACRAMENTO [S] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Smith Peter, teaming, St Louis stable, 9th st bet I and J. 

Smith Jacob F., laborer; bds St Louis house, cr J and 9th, 

Smith Miss Jennie; res, 50 3d st bet J and K. 

Smith Ealph, CPRR office, 58 K st ; Mass. 

Smith Jos. L., tinner at Gillig, Mott & Co's, 53 J st. 

Smith Fred'k, boatman ; bds 173 Front st ; Me. 

Smith F. G., laborer; res, w s K bet 8th and 9th; England. 

Smith Fred'k, laborer ; res, Bowers' brick yard bet loth and 20th, S and 

T Bts ; 111. 
Smith Augusta J., widow ; res, 221 N st bet 7th and 8th; N Y. 
Smith Thomas M., bricklayer State Capitol; bds cr 8th and L; Mo. 
Smith E. L.; res, n s 2d st bet M and N ; N Y. 
Smith E. S., carpenter CPRR; rms J st bet 5th and 6th. 
Smith Mrs. Mary, widow ; res, w s 7th st bet F and Gr. 
Smith Chauncey, carpenter; res, 411 H st bet 13th and 14th ; Yt. 
Smith N., watchman Queen City, Washington, Yolo co.; fern res 263 D st 

bet 9th and 10th ; Ala. 
Smith Loyal T., plasterer; res, n w cr E and 16th sts; Ohio. 
Smith Miss Josephine, col ; res, in al, bet Gr and H, 6th and 7th ; La. 
Smith Wm. B., cook ; res, in al, bet M and N, 2d and 3d ; Mo. 
Smith Jacob M., carpenter; res,150 5th st bet M and N; N Y. 
Smith Oliver C, gardener ; res, s e cr 4th and 0. 
Smithson Thomas B., at Fox & Strutz, 41 J st; Ireland. 
Smyth J. A., cattle dealer, Nevada; family res, s e cr 15th and F sts. 
Snell C. A., clerk, Treadwell's, 43 J st ; res, 156 3d st. 
Snell James, conductor, C P B E Co.; rms Empire house, 22 K st. 
Snow H. K., book keeper, Carroll, Smith & Co., 39 Front st; res, N st bet 

9th and 10th. 
Snyder E. F., machinist ; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Snyder A. C, clerk, for G C Hall, 189 J st ; res, 277 K. st ; Ohio. 
Snyder Elijah, clerk, Deuel, Griffitts, & Co., 248 J st; res, 277 K st bet 9th 

and 10th. 
Sorens Mrs. Mary; res, n e cr 10th and O sts. 
Sonner Peter, clerk, Mechanic's Exchange, 24 1 st ; Germany. 
Soto Domingo, CPRR Co.; res, alley bet M and N, Front and 2d ; Mex. 
Sorley Wm., carpenter; res, 79 L st bet 3d and 4th ; Scotland. 
Soule Harrison G., boot fitter, at Palm's, 2d st; Morse's bldg. 
Southers Henry, boot black, 49 K st ; Ohio. 
Southworth L. S., miller, Pioneer Mills ; res, Front st bet Sycamore and 

Water, Slater's Addition ; Mich. 
Sowney Daniel, laborer ; res, cr 24th and L sts ; Ireland. 
Sowney Thos., blacksmith ; res, cr 24th and L sts ; Ireland. 
Spacher Peter, compositor, Bee office, 36 3d st ; res, alley bet I and J, 2d 

and 3d sts ; La. 
Spacher Mrs. A.; res, alley bet I and J, 2d and 3d sts; Prussia. 
Spahn Wm., wagon maker, Kesler's, 9th st bet J and K; bds Atlantic 

hotel, cr 12th and I sts ; Germany. 
SPAULDING G. W., Coffroth & Spaulding, att'ys-at-law, office Klays' 

bldg; rms Union hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Maine. 
Spaulding Mrs. Ellen; res, 135 4th st bet M and N; Me. 
Spencer Peter, farmer; res, 20 north D st ; Eng. 
Spencer Chas., drive? dray for Gibbs & Holmes, 49 J st; bds 218 M st bet 

7th and 8th. 
SperlingM., shoemaker, 81 K st ; Germany. 
Sperry Wm., barkeeper, R. Allen, Union Park ; Baltimore. 



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Speny Thomas B., farmer, s e cr S and 9th sts ; Ohio. 

Spierling Henry, shoemaker, Steudeman's & Co., cr J and 6th sts ; res, s 

side P st bet 7th and 8th ; Germany. 
Spierling Henry, farmer, s e cr S and 9th sts. 
Spilman J. E. P., salesman, Lindley & Lohman, 46-8 K st ; bds Golden 

Eagle hotel, 189 K st ; Va. 
Splane Maurice, laborer, CPRR Co., bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st; Ire. 
Sponable S. G.; bds Capital hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
Sprague Durham, carpenter; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Sprague Daniel, carpenter ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Sprague Miss Maggie L., teaches school, cr N and 16th sts ; Mich. 
Sprague John F., stage agent, n ecr K and Front sts. 
Spurgeon Leonard, drives Golden Eagle coach ; res, s w cr I and 12th 

sts; Mo. 
Spurgeon E., coachman, Capitol hotel, 190 K st. 
St. Clair Wm., col, whitewasher, cr I and 6th sts. 
St. Charles saloon, 240 J st. 

St. John Henry ; res, Wigwam saloon, 105 Front st. 
St. Louis Hotel, 255 J st. 
St. Louis House, s e cr M and 8th sts. 
ST. NICHOLAS saloon, 90 J st. 
St Rose's Church, cr K and 7th sts. 
St George saloon, 41 4th st, St. George bldg, cr 4th and J. 
St. John Mrs. E. C, widow ; res, E st bet 7th and 8th. 
St. Onge Clement, piles lumber for Frazier, cr 5th and L sts ; rms cr 8th 

and K sts ; Canada. 
Stamper Wm., minister, Jewish Synagogue ; res, 146 5th st bet M and N. 
Stalker Wm., mechanic, at Ames', cr Q and Front sts; res, cr Q and 2d 

sts; Mich. 
Stahl Levi, wagon maker, Pike & Young's, cr L and 4th sts; res, 126 N 

st, near 5th. 
STANFORD LELAND ; res, s e cr 8th and N st. 
Stanton P., drayman ; res, 6th st bet M and N ; Mass. 
Stanton Charles, laborer ; res, in alley bet 3d and 4th, N and O sts. 
Stanley Lee, proprietor feed stable, 308-10 K st. 

Stanley Adonijah ; address, H. T. Holmes & Co., 78 6th st bet K and L. 
Stanley J. S., col, porter, 35 Front st; Penn. 
Stanley James, col, cleans rooms, etc.; res, alley M and N, 3d and 4th sts: 

Phila. 
Stanfield Moses ; res, n s K st bet 11th and 12th. 
Staples James, hostler for L. S. Gilman, 3d st bet M and N. 
Starr E. P., elk, Lipman & Co., 129 J st ; rms Jordan's bldg, 189 J st. 
STARR HENRY, attorney at law ; office Hiller & Andrews' bldg, cr J 

and 3d sts ; res, cr 7th and P sts ; HI. 
State Printing office, Read's Block, 3d st bet I and J. 
State Surveyor General's office, over 187 J st. 
Steken Miss Ellen ; res, 129 13th st bet E and F ; NY. 
Steiger Wm., City Market, 18 J st ; 111. 
Steinhardt & Rothfeld, dry goods, 161 J st. 
Steinhardt Faik, 161 J st, firm of Steinhardt & Rothfeld. 
Steiner A., draftsman, C P R R Co ; office 58 K st ; res, El Dorado bldg, 

cr 2d and J sts ; Germany. 
Steinhausser Miss K , at Iser's, 149 K st ; Germany. 
Steinmann Jacob, money broker, Morse's bldg, 2d st bet J and K; res, 

137 N st, bet 5th and 6th; Germany. 



204 SACRAMENTO [8] OITT IHBECTOfiY. 

Steinmann Herman, elk, J, Steinmann's, 2d si bet J and K ; res, 137 N 

st bet 5tb and 6th. 
Steinmann E.; res, 137 N st; Germany. 
STEINMETZ MAETIN, Fulton Market, cr 4th and II sts ; res, game ; 

Germany. 
Steober John, City Market, 18 J st. 

Stelljes George, lager beer saloon, 15 5th st bet I and J ; Germany. 
Stepano N., waiter, Capital hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
Sternfelds Morris, of Lipman & Co., 129 J st cr 5th ; res, 190 I at bet 6th 

and 7th jNY. 
Sternfelds Henry; res, 190 1 st bet 6th and 7th ; Germany. 
Steudeman L., boots, hats and shoes, 159 J st ; res, 151 7th st bet N" and 

O ; St. Louis, 
Stevens C. H, elk, Stewart & Co.'s ; res, 11th st bet H and I. 
Stevens H. N., operator, Western Union Telegraph office, 2d st bet J and 

K; res, same; NY. 
Stevens John, teams for Friend & Terry, 140 2d st ; res, n s O st bet 2d 

3d; Boston. 
Stevens C. A., Deputy Assessor under E. Black Eyan ; rms 205 L st. 
Stevens Joseph, miller, Pioneer Mills, Slater's Addition. 
Stevens John, carpenter, K st bet 14th and loth ; Va. 
Stevens H. F., elk, J. J. Bauer's, 13 Front st; res, 174 H st bet 6th and 

7th; Wis. 
Stevens F. B., fruit store^ 151 J st. 
Stephens Philander, teaming over mountains; family res, s w cr I and 

11th sts. 
Stevens John, carpenter, CPSB car shop ; res, s s H st bet 6th and 7th j 

New Hampshire. 
Stevens John W., carpenter; res, n s K st bet 14th and 15th; Kansas. 
Stevens E. M,, at Bidwell's wood and coal yard ; res, 113 5th st bet L and 

M; Me. 
Stevens J Q., stoker, Sac. GaB Works; res, Slater's add; N Y. 
Stetler Jos., laborer ; bds cr 8th and M sts ; Mo. 
STEVENSON JAMES, wholesale and retail liquors, 53 Front st; res, 163 

N st cr 4th ; Scotland. 
Stevenson Thomas, laborer ; res, NT st bet 12th and 13th ; Penn. 
Stephenson J.; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Stephenson Mrs. C. R., private boarding, 10th st bet H and I; N Y. 
Stewart Benj. F., at Magnolia, 23 J st ; Ky. 
Stewart A. G., agent Western Union Telegraph Company; office 2d et 

bet J and K; res, 212 M st bet 7th and 8th. 
Steward H., col, porter, Ebner's hotel ; res, alley bet 2d and 3d, L and 

Msts. 
Stewart T. K.; farmer ; res, cr B and 29th sts. 
Stewart A. P., farmer; res, cr B and 29th sts. 
Stewart D. E., blacksmith, C P E B Co.; res, cr E and 7th sts ; 111, 
Stewart & Co., dry goods, 232 J st. 

Stewart J. A., of Stewart & Co., 23? J st; res, s e cr G and Uth sts. 
Stewart John, laborer; res, Klays' bldg, 4th st; Mich. 
Stewart John, col, porter, Golden Eagle hotel, n w cr K and 7th sts. 
Stewart A.; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Stickman Mrs. Mary; res, 255 L st cr 9th. 

Stice Morgan A., boot maker, 122 J st ; res, w side 5th st bet j and K. 
Stice Mrs. Elizabeth ; res, 58 5th st 
Stiglitz J. saddler, at 314 J st 



8Aoiunj»f*o [©] city vmamr, 306 

Stillenger Wm,, brewer, at Ohio brewery, or G and 6th sts; Mo. 

Stie Sling, wash shop, 52 8th st bet J and K. 

Stincen Mrs. Margaret ; res, 83 M st bet 3d and 4th ; Baltimore. 

Stincen Miss Alice M., teacher, or P and 10th st; res, with mother, 83 M St. 

Stockham John, machinist, CPRR Co.'g machine shop ; res, old levee, 

bet G and H, 6th and 7th sts ; Mich. 
Stoddard W. M,; res, s side M st bet 3d and 4th. 
Stoddard Geo. A., machinist, CPRR Co.'s gmachine shop ; bds with S. 

H. Gerrish, E st bet 12th and 13th; Ya. 
Stoke Henry, apprentice, Russell & Winterburn, or 3d and J sts. 
Stokes Thos., col, boot black, s w cr J and 4th sts. 
Stoll J. T., saddlery and harness, 172 K st ; res, same; Germany. 
Stoltz A., farmer; block bet 10th and 11th, V and Wets. 
STONE R. & CO., saddlery and harness, 150 J st. 
Stone R,, 150 J st ; res, in San Francisco. 

Stone W. H., gardener, D G Whitney's, n e or 7th and Q sts; Ky 
Stone David, teaming ; res, 21 5th st bet I and J;NY, 
Stopher Wm., barkeeper, Bruoe's, 306 J st. 
Storms Chas., cook, Golden Eagle hotel, cr K and 7th sts, 
Stose Clement ; res, 199 L st ; renn. 

Stovall W. W., at Virginia, Nevada ; family res, cr 7th and H sts ; Tenn. 
Stow G-, farmer ; res, n e cr 17th and N sts. 
Stott John, plasterer ; res, s side Q st bet 6th and 7th ; Eng. 
Sott Edwin, laborer, New Corner saloon, cr 2d and J sts. 
Strain Jas. E., carpenter; res, alley bet P and Q, Front and 2d sts; Penn. 
Strader James, teaming ; res, alley bet O and P, Front and 2d sts. 
STRATTON W. C, State Librarian; res, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
Stratton Mrs. Mary F.; res, 149 L st bet 5th and 6th ; Boston. , 

Stratton Samuel, col, whitewasher. 
Stratton John, clerk, at Richard Parker's, 290 K st. 
STRAUSS LOUIS, Union saloon, 68 K st ; res, same ; Germany, 
Stremming Mrs. C, widow ; res, 146 2d st bet M and N ; Germany* 
Strickland David, Chief Engineer steamer Dana, C S N Co,; res, 3d st bet 

L and M ; J£y. 
Stricklin Wm., engineer, C S N Co.; res, Wigwam, 105 Front st, 
Striff J M.; res, 383 G st ; France. 
Strobeck John F-, clerk, Booth & Co., 47 Front st ; bds Ebner house, 18 

K st ; Germany. 
Strobel Carl, salesman, at Baker & Hamilton's, 9 J st ; res, 116 L st bet 

4th and 5th ; Germany. 
STRONG W. R., American seed store, 8 and 10 J st ; res, s w cr 3d and P. 
Strobridge T. W., shoes and boots, 127 J st cr 5th ; N H. 
Strobridge T. W. Jr., clerk, T. W. Strobridge, 127 J st, cr 5th ; N H. 
Strotz Jacob ; res, n e cr 16th and L sts ; Germany. 
Stuckenholz B., at Shades saloon, R st cr 2d. 
Strutz Julias, Fox & Strutz, 41 J st j res, over 80 J st ; Germany. 
Stuart R., paper agent, 81 K st. 

Stump John F., pilot, C S N Co.; bds Union hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 
Sucher James, watchmaker, K st cr 11th ; N Y. 

Sucher Joseph, laborer, Ireland's match factory, cr K and 11th sts ; Ger. 
Sullivan Edward, stone cutter, State Capitol; res, e side 10th st bet N 

and O. 
Sullivan John, teaming in city ; res, 236 3d st bet P and Q ; Boston. 
Sullivan Maurice, farming; fam. res, 116 Q st bet 4th and 5th ; Conn. 
Sullivan Mrs. Mary ; res, 81 8th st bet K and L ; Tenn. 



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Sullivan James H., deputy Sheriff, with Lansing ; res, 3d st bet L and M, 

cr alley ; N Y. 
Sullivan Jeremiah, boatman, 173 Front st. 

Sullivan Jeremiah, blacksmith, at McCleery's, 274 E st ; Canada. 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer, State Capitol; res, cr ML and 10th sts, at saloon; 

Ireland. 
Sullivan Thomas, laborer; bds L St house, L st bet 3d and 4th; Ire. 
Sullivan George, night watch U S hotel, 55 Front st ; Ireland. 
Sullivan James, CPRRj bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st ; Ireland. 
Sullivan Thomas, drayman ; res, 48 15th st bet J and K ; Ire. 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer at Wm Morris', cr 20th and E ; Ire. 
Sullivan James M., painter; res, 81 8th st bet K and L ; Tenn. 
Sulzer Albert, cigar maker at 117 K st ; Germany. 
Sun Hing, wash shop, 251 J st. 

Sutherland W., carpenter and stair builder; res, 185 L st bet 6th and 7th. 
Sutherland J. C. , apprentice carpenter, L st bet 6th and 7th ; res, same. 
Sutliffe L. B., book keeper at Frazer's lumber yard, s e cr 5th and L. 
Sutton Jesse, teamster; bds at Richard Parker's, 290 K st. 
Sutton John, elk at Rich & Smith's, 171 J st. 
Sutton Mrs Eliza ; res, 221 M st bet 7th and 8th ; St Louis. 
SUYDAM J. F., Frank's Corner saloon, cr K and 2d sts. 
SU YEEKRUP JOHN, clothing, swcrK and 3d -sts ; res, cr M and 3d 

sts; Germany. 
Swasey John, cabinet maker, al bet J and K, 3d and 4th ; Mass. 
Sweeny John, painter ; res, 53 5th st ; N Y. 
Sweeney J.; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 

Sweeny James, SVRE depot ; res, 236 6th st bet P and Q ; Ireland. 
Sweeny Timothy, marble polisher at Aitken & Co's, 131 K st ; Ire. 
Sweeney James, marble worker at Aitken & Co's ; bds International 

hotel, 90 K st. 
SWEETLAND B. R, drugs and medicines, n w cr K and 6th ; res, alley 

bet J and K, 5th and 6th ; N Y. 
SWEETSER A. C, real estate and insurance agent; office St George 

bldg, cr al and 4th st, bet J and K ; res, n e cr G and 10th ; Me. 
Sweitzer Henry, moulder Sac Iron works ; res, 172 G st, cr old levee ; 

Germany. 
Swethzer Jacob, elk at W Sharp's, 115 and 117 J st ; Germany. 
Swett J. D., pressman at Crocker's, 42 J st. 

Swift F. P., watchman at Court house ; res, 217 4th st bet O and P. 
Swift C. EL, Pres Board Trustees Sac city ; res, 123 L st cr 5th. 




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Swill Frank, elk at Lindley ft Lohman's, 46 and 48 K st ; res, 123 L st 

cr 5th ; Ala. 
Swift Frank, moulder Sao Iron work*, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Swilling Charles K., harness maker at R Stone & Co's, 160 J it. 
SWIMLEY WM. F., pro. Cincinnati restaurant, 25 K st bet Front and 2d: 

Ohio. 
8WINERTOK G. H., stoves, tin and hardware, 193 J st cr 7th ; res, I st 

bet 6th and 7th ; Mass. 
Switzer J\ G., teamster; res, O st bet 11th and 12th ; Germany. 
Swinson Peter, laborer; res, n e cr 11th and O; Germany. 
Swinney G.; res, al bet H and I, 6th and 7th ; N O. 



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Tabor William, journeyman saddler at J P Mason's, 91 K fit ; rms K st 

bet 4th and 5th ; N Y. 
Taft Charles, sash maker, M st bet Front and 2d ; bds 2d st bet M and N. 
Tait Wm. A., on repairs CPE E; res, e s 7th bet G and H ; Ya. 
Tait Alexander, laborer C P E R ; res, 7th st bet G and H ; Va. 
TALBERT THOMAS A.; bds Miss Bennett's, 4th st bet J and K. 
Talbott C. C, upholsterer; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Talbot John, machinist Sac Iron works ; res, 214 P st ; Ireland. 
Talbot William, shoe maker, 81 K st; res, 2d st bet N and O; Ire. 
Talbot Mrs S, widow ; res, P st near 4th. 
Talbot John, clerk ; res, 214 P st ; Ireland. 

Tallman D. S., elk at J F Moore's, 196 J st ; res, n e cr 12th and I ; Iowa. 
Taney Patrick, laborer C P R R ; bds U S hotel 55 Front st. 
Tassie W. S., switchman C P R E; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Tansman John, brickmaker ; res, cr 9th and S sts. 
Tangeman Joseph, shutter maker, 206 and 208 K St. 
Tarr J. L., musician (Yeakle), 79 K st. 
Tartas L., shoe maker, 181 El st; res, same ; France. 
Tavis Charles, miller Lambard mills, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Tarpay Wm., at Hunt & Anderson's, M st near Front; bds Brooklyn 

hotel, 85 Front st. 
TAYLOR E. T., collector C S N Co ; res, 41 M st ; St Louis. 
Taylor Jos. W., private watchman ; rms s w cr K and 2d sts; Pa. 
Taylor Charles L., stone cutter; bds Illinois Hunters' house, 224 cr L and 

8th sts. 
Taylor L. S., atty at law and court commissioner ; office, Masonic block, 

cr 6th and K ; res, 281 M st bet 9th and 10th. 
Taylor A. 8.; res, 12 12th st bet H and I. 

Taylor F. F., atty at law, office over 126 J st; res, 309 I st cr 11th. 
Taylor Mrs. M. P; res, 212 M st; Mo. 
Taylor Martha, col, nurse ; res, al bet 3d and 4th, M and N. 
Taylor Calvin, bricklayer State Capitol ; bds 10th st bet J and K ; Ohio. 



SA€RA*ENTO [ T* ] CITY DIRECTORY. 209 

Baylor Lewis, laborer ; res, w s 6th st bet P and Q;N Y. 

Taylor Dr. N. C, office St George bldg, cr 4th and JjSC. 

Taylor Pitney, compositor Union office, 3d st ; bds Bbner hotel, 18 K st. 

Taylor Wm. , laborer ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 

Teal C, col ; res, 118 5th st bet L and M. 

Tearney Wm. W., dravmari ; res, s s O st bet 9th and 10th ; Dublin. 

Telegraph House, 364 J st. 

Templeton M. L., teacher High school cr 7th and G sts; res, n e cr H 

and 13th sts ; Vt. 
Templeton Miss Laura, teacher at Franklin school cr L and 6th sts ; res, 

with mother, n e cr H and 13th sts. 
Templeton Miss 0. A., teacher school in Washington, Yolo county ; res, 

witii mother, n e cr H and 13th sts ; Vt. 
• Ten brook John M.; res, 75 N st bet 3d and 4th ; K" Y . 
Terrio A.; res, 186 Q st bet 6th and 7th ; Canada. 
TERKY R. C. & CO., stoves, lamps, hardware, tin, etc., 130 J st. 
Terry R. C, 130 J st ; res, 254 L st ; NY. 
Terry W. E. (Friend & Terry), lumber, 140 2d st ; res, 254' L st cr 9th ; 

N Y. 
Terry E. W., painter P R R car shop ; res, e s 6th st bet H and I. 
THAYER N. D., pro. Western hotel, 43 and 45 K st ; N Y. 
Theater Gomique, on 5th st bet K and L. 
Theilbahrt Madame, fortune teller, 83 L st. 
Theilbahrt Henry, stock dealer, cr R and 22d ; Germany. • 
Thomas Wm., boatman ; res, al bet M and N, Front and 2d. 
Thomas E. W.; bds What Cheer house cr Front and K sts. 
Thomas W. H., dentist, 81 J st; res, same; N Y. 
Thomas Daniel J., atty at law, office 4th st bet J and E ; res, Eorn hotel, 

6th st bet J and K sts. 
Thomas A. M., printer, Bee office, 36 3d st ; res, s w cr 4th and P;NT. 
Thomas John, at Billings', 105 and 107 K st. 
Thomas A. J., painter at Krebs', 188 J st. 

Thomas George W., teamster; res, al, bet J and K, 10th and 11th; Ky. 
Thomas Wm., boot maker ; bds Western hotel, 43 K St. 
Thomas C. E., overseer, C P R R; bds Crescent City hotel, 173 J st ; K Y. 
Thomas James A.; bds Mrs. Tiugman's, cr H and 7th sts ; Ohio. 
Thomas Dr. S. P. (Frey & Thomas) ; res, n e cr H and 7th sts; Mass. 
Thompson James, elk ; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Thompson G., laborer, H. T. Holmes & Co., 78 6th st bet K and L ;• re& 
cr T and Levee. 



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THOMPSON J. P., dentist ; office flillor & Andrews' bldg, or 3d and J 

sts ; res, I) st bet 6th and 7th. 
Thompson Frank, employe" Pacific Stable, 88 2d st ; Ireland. 
Thompson J. W., wheelwright, at -Robertson's, cr K and 8th sts ; Ky. 
Thompson J. J., teamster ; res, s w cr M and 16th sts ; St. John. 
Thompson J. M., at C. II. Boss', 249 J st ; res, s w cr 7th and N ; N Y. 
Thompson Prank, carpenter; res, 273 G st bet 9th and 10th. 
Thompson George, col, porter; res, E st bet 16th and 17th ; N Y. 
Thompson 0., conductor, CI'RR; rms 102 L at ; NY. 
Thompson Charles, waiter, What Cheer bouse, cr E and Front st. 
Thompson H . G„ works at Waterhonso & Lester's, 7th st bet I and J ; 

res, 335 H st bet 11th and 12th; Ohio. 
Tbarman H., at Washington Bakery, 85 3d st; bds City hotel, 73 K. st 
Tidd John A., elk, Van Winkle & Co.'b, 93 J st. 
Tiedeman John, elk, nt Heisch's, cr M and 2d sts ; res, same. 
Tie Wan, Wash shop, n a K st, bet 6th and 7th. 
Tilden M. C, attorney at law and City Attorney ; office Water Works 

bldg, cr Front and I sts ; res, 179 3d st ; Ohio. 
Tietjens P., proprietor Hamburg saloon, 111 K st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Timmins John, printer, Union office, 49 3d st; res, 84 P st; Boston. 
Titnmins Patrick, driver for Cadnc, ice and coal, 43 3d st; res, o s 5th st 

bet M and N. 
Tingman John, insurance agent ; res, 38 7th st cr H ; Ala. 
Tinnaj Martina; res, 114 4th st bet L and SI ; Mexico. 
Tittle Alex. J., horse trader ; bds on M st bet 2d and 3d ; Penn. 
Tobias M., teaming over mountains; res, s s N st bet 10th and 11th sts; 

Germany. 
Todd W. E.CSff Co.; res, E st bet 12th and 13th ; Penn. 
TODD JOHN A., photographic gallery, 80 J st ; rea, cr 10th and N sts ; 

England. . 

Togni Louis, laborer, 58 5th st; res, 122 E st. 
Toley John ; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Toll Mrs. Mary ; res, K st bet 13th and 14th. 

Toll N. J., Toll's stables, 174 K st ; res, n s P st bet 6th and 7th ; Canada. 
Toll W. B., omnibus at Capital hotel, 190 K st ; Canada. 
Tolles James R., deals in real estate ; res, I st bet 11th and 12th ; Mass. 
Tomey Matt.; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Tomlin Lafayette ; res, 5th st bet M and N, cr alley. 
Tompkins Ira, gardener ; res, or C and 12th Bts ; NY. 
TOOLE & KELLY, proprietors St. Nicholas saloon, 90 J st. 

WH. TOOLE. THOS. KELLY. 

"otTnicholas saloon, 

90 J STREET, SACRAMENTO 

FDffi BRANDIES, WINES 

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SACRAMENTO [T] CITY DIRECTORY. 211 

Toole Wm., Toole & Kelly, St. Nicholas saloon, 90 J si; res, 181 N st; 

New York. 
Toomey Matt., laborer; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st. 
Toomey John, drives Orleans express wagon; res, 176 O st bet 6th and 

7th sts. 
Toohey James, upholsterer, at Breuner & Co.'s, 170 K st ; res, Belvidere 

house, 6th st bet J and K ; Mass. 
Torbert C. J., book keeper, C. P. R R Co.'s, office 58 K st; res, s s M st 

bet 9th and 10th ; JDelaware. 
TORTBLL VINCENT, fish and poultry, Fulton Market, s w cr K and 

5th sts ; res, Oak avenue, bet 5th and 6th ; Malta. 
Torres Nicanor, printer, at Crocker & Co.'s, 42 J st ; res, 93 N st cr 4th ; 

South America. 
Tortoloro Pedro ; res, Sycamore st, Slater's add ; Mexico. 
Towlan G.; res, nsOst bet 4th and 5th. 
Towlan E., teamster in city ; res, O st bet 12th and 13th. 
Towne Charles, elk, Dr. Harkness, Sazerac bldg, cr 2d and J sts. 
Townsend D. L., elk, B. Dennery's, 116 J st; res, alley bet H and I, 7th 

and 8th sts ; Ohio. 
Toy Francis, book keeper, St. Louis house, s e cr 8th and M sts; St. Louis. 
Tracey Thomas; bds What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Traner E., laborer; res, Slater's Addition, Sacramento st. 
Trainor Charles, Green & Trainor, Empire Market, 24 K st ; res, n e cor H 

and 10th sts. 
Trainor James, teaming, P R R ; res, D st bet 7th and 8th ; Ireland. 
Trainor John, teaming in city ; res, e s 8th st bet L and M. 
Trarback John J., elk, Suverkrup's, *n w cr 3d and K sts. 
TRAVER & DAY, proprietors Capitol hotel, 190 K st bet 6th and 7th. 
Traver Charles J., of Traver & Day, Capital hotel, 190 K st. 
TREAD WELL & CO., hardware and agricultural implements, 43-5-7, 

J st. 
Treadwell L. L., Treadwell & Co., 43-5-7, J st ; res, San Francisco. 
Treat D. W., carpenter, C P R R Co.'s car shop; res, e side 4th st bet Q 

andR. 
TREICHLER HENRY, pro. Mechanic's Exchange hotel, 24 I st. 
Trembly Paul, laborer ; bds L street House, L st bet 3d aud 4th. 
Treyer Theodore, tailor, 59 4th st; res, w side 4th st bet E and L. 
Truchio Carmin ; res, 102 2d st bet L and M ; Mexico. 
TROPE PETER, hat store, 123 J st ; res, same ; France. 



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[Successor to CHARLES DUBBEC,] 

No. 123 J Street, bet. Fourth and Fifth, 




Hats and Caps Manufactured and Imported. 



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ALWAYS ON HAND A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF 

Amerioan, French, Peruvian and Ladies' Biding Hats. 

2>jIXTJC&LjI& jlTTJZYTJTOJr Tj±I2> TO HJBAOrjLTIWG. 



212 sacrament*? [ T-XJ j ornr jpheotopt. 

Trish Charles, cabinet maker, Hopley's, 4th st bet J and K ; res, 175 <G 
st; Germany. 

TKi ON A. G.; res, 10 6th st bet I and J ; Conn. 

TRYON SYLVESTER, grain dealer, J st bet 7th and 8th ; feed stable, 
10th st bet H and I; res, e side 10th st bet H and I; Ohio, 

Tryon T C, at Sylvester Tryon's, 10th st bet H and 1 ; Ohio. 

Tubbs O. H , printer, Winterburn & Russell's, Read's block, ,cr J and 3d. 

Tukey Mrs. F., jyidow ; rm# St. George bldg, cr 4th and J sts. 

Tully David J., at Bauquier's, 182 K st. 

Tulley Peter, painter, at Krebs, 188 J st ; N Y. 

Tulman Robert, col ; res, e side 5th st bet M and Nj NY. 

Turner Mrs. A., widow; res, 214 L st bet 7th and 8th; Florida. 

Turner Benj., col, barber, 245 J st. 

Turner John, bricklayer ; bds International hotel, 90 K st. , 

Turner Wm., in wood yard, 8th st bet L and M ; bds cr 8th and L pte. 

Turner Sherman Jd!., carpenter; bds 52 L stbet 2d and 3d. 

Turney J. EL, at State Capitol; bds Illinois Hunters', cr 8th and L sts. 

Turney John H., bricklayer, State Capitol; bds cr 8th and L sts; Ohio. 

Turn Verein Hall, 268 to 270 K st ; erected September, 1859, ,by the So- 
ciety of Turn Yereins. 

TURf ON & KNOX, contractors and builders, office 15 6th st 

Turton Wm., brickmason ; res, 180 O st cr 7th ; Wis. 

Turton Henry. S., at A. C. Sweetser's, St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and JL 

TUTHILL M. T., editor Sac Union; rms Brannan, 12 J st. 

TUTT JOHN A.; rms St. Nicholas bldg, 90 J st ; V*. 

Tutt Geo. B., photograph gallery, 115 J st ; rms St. Nicholas bldg, 90 J 
st; Mo. 

Tattler Jos., gardener; res, 89 8th st bet E and L ; Penu. 

Tyrell Mrs. Mary, widow; res, 211 4th. st bet O and P. 



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Uhl Fred., #le&, P^pgherty & €$., 7 Front st$ fes, f*o%% st bet P and 

Q ; Prussia. 
UHIf GEOEGB, groceries, 147 K at* res, same; Germany. 
Uhl tfig. George, midwife; yes, 147 K st>; Germany 
Union bakery; 247 J st. 
Union Restaurant, 226 J st, or 8th. 
Upion Iron Works, 171 Front st bet N and O. 
Union School House, n e or G and 7th sts. 
UNION HOTEL, 2d st bet J and K 
United States Hotel, 55 Front st. 
United States bakery, nwcrK and 8th sts. 
Upham F. F. ; dentist, 112 J st ; Maine. 
Upson L. A., house of Adams, McNeil] .& Co., cr Front and L sts ; res, a 



sAciMonaw iU^V ] city imwwjtory. 2jL3 

Upham D. Ansel, dentist, office over 112 J st; Main,?. 

Uren Stephen, black&mith, CPBB Co.; res, N st bet 9th and lOtb; Penn. 

Urie Matthew, Pacific stables, 86-8 2d st bet K and L ; Ey. 

Urtado Pablo, works wood barges ; res, alley bet P and Q, Front and 3d 

sts; Peru. 
TJstick Wm. M., in Adjutant-General's office, St. George bldg, 4tb ^ b^t 

J and E ; bds Orleans hotel, 2d £t Bet J *nd )S;NY, 



Yain Mrs. M., dress makers, 149 N st bet 5th and 6th; Canada. 

Yalleau G. W., photographic artist at Beal's gallery, 111 J st. 

Yalleau Irving, cabinet maker at G K Yan Heusen's, 204 ) st ; res, a w cr 

D and 9th sts ; N Y. 
Yalentine Archy, laborer ; res, Front st bet Union and Sycamore. 
Yalentine Israel, ool, cook ; rms al, bet M and N, 3d and 4th ; N Y. 
Yalentine Alexander, printer, at Crocker's, 42 J st ; Scotland. 
Yalentine Edward, machinist, Sac Iron works, 1 st bet Front and 2d ; bds 

City hotel, 73 K st. 
Vance <G. M., carpenter ; bds Mrs Campbell's, 10 6th st, north. 
Yance Charles, upholsterer at Yeakle's, 79 K st; bds Western hotel, 43 

E st. 
Yana George M., carpenter and joiner; bds City hotel, 73 E st. 
Yan Arman J.; bds What Cheer house cr E and Front. 
Van Alstine David, teamster ; res, N st bet 13th and 14th ; Iowa. 
Yan Alstine Levant, laborer ; res, 303 L st bet 10th and 11th ; N Y. 
Yan Altine Oscar, drayman ; res, 228 N st cr 8th ; Mich. 
Yan Denberg L. B , mailing clerk P O ; res, 267 Get; NT. 
Yanderleth Jacob, teaming over mountains ; res, 97 cr P and 4th ; Ger. 
VANDERBUBG E. L., at B Stone & Co's, 162 J st cr 6th; res, same. 
Yanderhoef E. B., printer, at Crocker's, 42 J st ; N Y. 
Yanderhoof D., barkeeper at Our Corner, cr 2d and J sts; N Y. 
Vandermark Fred'k, teaming in city; res, 337 E st; NY. 
Yandermark F. J., teaming over mountains; family res, 145 5th st bet M 

and N ; N Y. 
YAN EVEBY Mrs. H., private boarding, 54 L st; NY. 
Yan Every EL, stoves and tin ware, 110 K st; res, 54 L st. 
VAN HEUSEN G. E., furniture and crockery, 204 J st ; res, 206 H st 

bet 7th and 8th; N Y. 
Yan Heusen Henry (firm C A Peake & Co), 49 Front st ; bds Mansion 

house, 7th st bet I and J. 
Yan Horn F. D.; res, n s O st bet 9th and 10th ; Wis. 
Yan Horn F. W., blacksmith's helper CPBB; res, O st bet 9th and 

10th; Wis. 
Yan Horn S. D., ship carpenter; res, O st bet 9th and 10th; N Y. 
Yan Lambruck Louis, glass, crockery and varieties, 178 8d st bet N and 

O; res, same ; France. 



214 SACBAMENTO [ V>] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Yan Namee H. M. (Leitch & Van Namee), 127 E st cr 5th ; Ireland. 

VAN ORDBN JOHN, merchant tailor, 295 J st ; res, same ; N Y. 

Yan Praag Samuel, book binder at Foster's, 127 J st ; res, 149 4th st. 

Yan Saun John H. ; res, s e cr 3d and N sts. 

Yan Tine J. G., market, secrL and 3d ; N J. 

Yan Walbeok Martin, at Schindler's, 202 K st. 

YAN WINKLE I. S. & CO., iron, steel and coal, 93 J st. 

Yan Winkle Thomas B., teaming over mountains ; res, 55 12th st bet G 

and H ; 111. 
Yariatz Henry, cigar maker, 153 K st ; N Y. 
Yaughn Wm., boiler maker at Anderson's, Front st ; bds Brooklyn house 

85 Front st. 
Yaughan Wm.; works for N L Drew & Co, cr 2d and M ; rms 2d st bet M 

and N ; Tenn. 
Yaughan J., carpenter; bds What Cheer house cr E and Front. 
Veitch J. N., painter; res, n e cr I and 16th sts. 
Yennival Mrs. Ann, col ; boarding house, al bet 2d and 3d, M and N. 
YINNBMBYBR & QUATMAN, merchant tailors, 122 J st. 
Yinnemeyer Joseph, 122 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Yentura Pimental ; res, 113 2d st bet L and M ; New Granada. 
Yernon Joseph, painter ; res, 12th st bet B and F. 
Yerrill B. A., carpenter ; shop 5th st cr al bet J and E ; Me. 
Yessel James, col, barber, 40 4th st; bds 112 5th st bet L and M; Mass. 
Yoorhees John, carpenter and builder; rms St Nicholas bldg, over 90 J 

st; bds Golden Bagle hotel 189 K st. 
Yoorhees James, carpenter, No 1 engine house, 3d st bet I and J. 
Yoewerh Charles, cook at St Louis hotel, 255 J st cr 9th. 
YOGBL CHARLES (Neubauer & Co), Washington Bakery, 81 3d st; res, 

same; Germany. 
Yon der Hacker Julius, barkeeper at Gruhler's, 6th st bet J and E. 
Yorwenck Charles, at F. Meirs', cr 6th and I. 
Ylautin Paul, Eostas' coffee saloon, cr Front and E ; rms N st cr 4th ; 

Austria. 
Yughe Wm., cook at Golden Eagle hotel, n w cr E and 7th. 



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WACHHORST HERMANN, jewelry, 79 J st ; res, same ; N O. 

Wachhorst Mrs. Hermann, millinery, 69 J st. 

Wachhorst & Eelly, millinery, 69 J st. 

Waddel Jesse, boatman, 173 Front st ; Ey. 

Wadhams C. C, clerk, H S Crocker & Co., 42 J st; res, 193 }i st cr 7th. 

Wadsworth B., engineer, State Capitol; res, 85 P st; Mass. 

Wadsworth W.; res, Howard House, HE st. 

Wagner Joseph, 2d miller, Pioneer mills, Slater's Addition, near Sac 

bridge ; rms 76 J st. 
Wagner Michael, saloon, s w cr I and 9th sts ; res, same ; Germany. 



SACRAMENTO [ "W* ] CITY DIBECTOBY. 216 

Wagner Anton, family grocery, or E and 10th ate; Germany. 
Wagner Adam, cook, Belvidere, 6th st bet J and K ; Germany. 
Wagner Joseph, Lambard mills ; bds Elmer house, 18 K st. 
Waggenor Thomas, book keeper, at P H Russell's, 209 J" st ; res, nwct 

L and 11th sts; Ya. 
WAGENBLAST C. P., saddlery, 157 J st ; res, 161 7th st cr O ; Ger. 
Wainscott Frank, at Illinois Hunters' house, cr Sth and L Sts. 
WAIT GEO. SMITH, drug store, s e cr K aud 2d sts ; res, 199 2d st bet 

H and O. 
Waldie John, blacksmith and wagon maker, 347 J stcr 10th; Scotland. 
Walker L. D.; bda Telegraph house, 364 J st. 
Walker J. B., teaming in city ; res, J st bet 12th and 13th. 
Walker John, laborer; rms 145 6th st bet M and N; Term. 
Walker John, boatman, CSN Co.; bds Brooklyn hotel, 85 Front st 
Wall John, drayman ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Wall John, teaming for C P R R Co.; res, W st bet 21st and 22d ; Ta. 
Wall Charles, hackman ; res, 50 N st bet 2d and 3d. 
Wallace Robert, boatman, 173 Front st. 

Wallace Wm. , musician ; res, over 16 6th st bet H and I ; NT. 
Wallace George, cabinet maker ; res, E st bet 7th and 8th. 
Wallace G. WT; res, 181 M st ; house builder, shop 211 L st. 
Wallace Win. Isaac, newspaper man ; res, alley bet G and R, 7th and 8th 

stB; Mo. 
Walsh Geo.; "bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Walter Miss A. , res, with Mrs. Van Winkle, 55 12th st cr G ; Md. 
Walter Wm.; pottery, cr N and 30th sts ; res, same ; Baltimore. 

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216 &ACRAHBNTO [ W J CITY DIRECTOBY. 

Walters N., photographio gallery, 70 J Bt; rms Van Every's, 54 L st; Can. 
Walter F., brick maker; res, n e cr 13th and M st; Ohio. 
WALTERS & CO., photographic gallery, No. 70 J st. 
Waters Hugh, blacksmith, CPRR Co.; rms 223 J st cr 8th. 
Waltham Daniel, harness maker, Cook's, 233 J st; rms n e crK and 10th. 
Wame Henry, laborer, Sac Iron Works; bds Mechanic's Exchange, I st 

bet Front and 2d ; Eng. 
Wandless John, works B. R. Crocker's, 180 L st ; Jowa. 
Ward James H., gardening ; res, n w cr Q and 4th sts. 
Ward Joice, Overseer, OrRR Co.; bds International hotel, 90 K st ; Vt. 
Warmonth R., laborer; res, e side 5th st bet N and O ; Mo. 
Warner Mrs. Eliza ; res, 267 E st ; 111. 

Warner Franklin W.; res, with mother, 267 K st bet 9th and 10th ; 111. 
Warner Charles S., blacksmith, 10th st bet J and K ; Mo. 
Warner George P., Librarian, Sac Library, 122 J st ; res, 177 H st bet 

6th and 7th ; NY city. 
Warner A. B., employe SVRE; res, 80 4th st bet K and L; Mass. 
Warner Chas. A., shoemaker, Hillebrand's, 177 E st; res, over 209 J st; 

Germany. 
Warren W. ±L, night clerk, Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Warren M. P., drayman ; res, cr M and 9th sts ; Mass. 
Warren George, conductor, CPRR; res, w side 3d st bet Q and R; Va. 
Warren E.; bds at Mrs Johnson's, n side L st near cr 9th ; Mass. 
Warrendorph N., engineer, C S N Co.;- res, Slater's Addition, Water st 

bet Front and Sycamore. 
Warrick H. H., carriage maker, Jos. Hill's, 391 J st; res; same; N Y. 
Washbourn Capt. Lysander; res, n w cr G and 12th sts; RI. 
Washbourn Lorinda; res, w side 13th st bet F and G; Mass. 
Washington Bakery, 85 3d st bet K and L. 

Washington P., col, fern, gender; res, 189 4th st bet 7$ and O; Boston. 
Wasserman Solomon, firm Lipman k Co., 129 J st; res, cr H and 7th sts; 

Germany 
Waters John, laborer; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Waters Mrs. Lucinda ; res, 169 2d st bet N and O ; Iowa. 
Watters W. R., pro. Crescent City hotel, 181 J st; N Y. 
Waters Michael, laborer ; res, alley bet Front and 2d, P and Q sts. 
Waters k Co., assay office, 54 J st. 

Waters W. R., Waters k Co., 54 J st ; res, 40 8th st bet G and H ; Mass. 
Watters Thomas, laborer, Union Iron Works, Front st bet N and O ; res, 

alley bet 3d and 4th, N and O sts. 
Waterhouse Mrs. L. G.; res, 223 I st cr 8th ; N Y. 
WATERHOUSE & LESTER, carriage and wagon material, 17 and 19 

7th st bet I and J. 
Waterhouse C, Waterhouse k Lester, Battery st, San Francisco. 
Waterhouse A. G., att'y-at-law, office Garwood's bldg, J st bet 5th and 

6th ; res, 223 I st cr 8th. 
Waterhouse Frank, clerk, at Wm. P. Coleman's, 89 J st; res, 2213 1 st cr 8th; 
Waterman W. F., Pioneer mills, Front st, Slater's Addition; res, e s 2d st 

bet M and N; R I. 
Watson J. R., assistant Superintendent CPRR; office, passenger depot. 
Watson Miss Annie, at Mrs. Fearn's, dress maker, 44 4th st. 
Watson John T., teamster; res 11th st bet P and Q ; Iowa. 
Watson C. J., carpenter ; res, Q st bet 11th and 12th ; $" Y. 
Watson A. H., street paver; bds City Hotel, 73 K st. 
WATT ROBT., State Controller ; bds Orleans Hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 



SACBAMENTO [W] CITY DIRECTORY. 217 

Watt J., carriage painter, 262 K st; res, cr 13th and J; Ohio. 

Watts Matthew, wheelwright ; res over 39 8th st bet J and K; Penn. 

Weaver H. A., compositor, Union office, 49 3d st ; bds 105 L st ; NY. 

Webb J., col, jobbing; res, bet K and L, 2d and 3d sts. 

Webb Nathan, carpenter, CPRE; res, n w cr 7th and E. 

Webb Miss Laura, res, L st bet 3d and 4th ; N Y. 

Webb Geo. H., carpenter ; res, L st bet 3d and 4th ; Eng. 

Webber D. G., pro. L Street Stable, L st bet 6th and 7th ; res, 213 L st. 

Webber L. B., res, M st bet 15th and 16th; Me. 

Webber James, carpenter; res, s e cr 17th and N" sts. 

Weber Chas., barber, 153 K st; Germany. 

Weber Frink, wagon maker, 274 K st, with McCleery ; bds at St. Louis 

hotel, 255 J st cr 9th ; Switz. 
Weber Gabriel, butcher, National market, 314 J st. 
Webber Cbesley, at L Street Stable ; bds Buss house, K st bet 8th and 

9th; Me. 
Webber Rudolph, butcher at Mohr& Yoerk's, 314 J st. 
Webber Louis, of Webber & Brier, n e cr L and 12th sts ; Germany. 
Webster W. M., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Webster J. R, res, 199 Front st bet O and P. 
Weeks J. E. P., editor Sacramento Union, 49 3d st; res, G st bet 18th 

and 19th ; N H. 
Weems John, telegraph operator, 47 2d st ; res, same ; Ky. 
Weet Jos., pro. Illinois Hunter's house, cr 8th and L sts. 
Weidero Otto, watch maker, at G. M. Parkers, 34 K st. 
Weimann Damian, tinshop, 272 J st ; res, same ; Germany. 
Weinreich Henry, res, ne cr 13th and N sts ; Germany. 
Weibe John, 2d cook, Mechanic Exchange 24 I st. 
WEIL C. & CO., grocery, 316 J st cr 11th. 
Weil C, of Weil & Co., 3 16 J st ; res, 331 K st ; Germany, , 
Weisbrod J. H., tailor; res, O st bet 10th and 11th; Germany. 
WEISEL C, Baltimore market and grocery, 218-20 L st; res, No 202 L 

st; Germany. 
Weiss George, boot and shoe maker; bds at Ebner hotel, 18 K »t. 
Weissmann Charles F., barber; bds Ebner hotel, 18 K st. 
Welbeck M., at sash factory, 202 K st bet 7th and 8th. 
Weizel John, blacksmith, shop, 9th st bet J and K; res, 221 K st bet 8th 

and 9th; Germany. 
Welch Robert, laborer ; res, 129 O st cr 5th ; Ireland. 
Welch Benj., superintendent car shop CPER Co.; res, 27 7th st bet H 

and I. 
Welch John, drives express wagon; res, N st bet 4th and 5th ; Ireland. 
Welch Michael, at Markleeville ; family G st bet 14th and 15th ; Wis. 
Welsh Daniel W., at Korn's, 45 5th st; Germany, 
Welch F., apprentice machinist CPRR; res, cr 2d and S sts ; Mass. 
Welch Michael, laborer, CPRR; bds U S Hotel, 55 Front st. 
Welch George D., machinist CPRR machine shop ; res, No. 27 7th st 

bet H and I ; Me. 
Welch Miss Annie, res, 164 2d st cr N. 

Welch James, laborer; bds L Street house, L st bet 3d and 4th. 
Welch John, laborer; res, 2d st bet V and W ; Ireland. 
WELLS, FARGO & CO., Express Office, 2d st bet J and K. 
Wells Seymour, job carpenter; res, 81 12th st bet F and G; N Y. 
Wells Henry, col, barber, Golden Eagle hotel, K st cr 7th; bds 112 5th 

st bet L and M ; Ya. 

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218 SACRAMENTO [ "W ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wells Chesterfield, laborer ; res, 12th st bet K and L ; La. 

Wentworth George, drayman for Lindley & Lohman, 46 K st. 

Wengenroth August, of Wiedmann & Wengenroth, 44 4th st; Germany. 

Wertheimer Jacob, elk for A. Korn, 175 J st; NY. 

West E., laborer; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 

West Miss Fanny; res, 370 G st bet 12th and 13th. 

West Wilson B., elk, Hedenberg & Co.'s, 235 J st; rms alley bet I and J, 

7th and 8th sts. 
West W. H.; res, 13th st bet J and K ; Eng. 
Western Hotel, 43 K st bet 2d and 3d. 
Wetzel Phil., shoemaker, 4th st bet J and K; res, same. 
WETZLAR JULIUS, real estate and insurance agent, and broker, w s 

4th st bet J and K ; res, 137 M st bet 5th and 6th ; N Y. 
What Cheer Hotel, cr Front and K sts. 
Wheat J. R., cabinet maker, G. K. Yan Heusen's, 204 J st; res, s e cr D 

and 9th sts. 
Wheat Wm. A., teaming over mountains; family res, n w cr G and 12th 

sts; Ky. 
Wheatley E. D., wholesale wood dealer; res, e s 4th st bet M and N sts; 

Ohio. 
WHEELER C. T., house Booth & Co., 45 Front st; bds Brannan house, 

12 Jst; NY. 
Wheeler Miss Alice; res, 104 2d st bet L and M; Boston. 
Whingates Jos., family grocery, s w cr 5th andM sts; N Y. 
Whitaker W. H., col, whitewasher; res, cr Q and 17th sts. 
White George A., porter, Secretary State's office ; bds Miss Bennett's, cr 

4th and J sts. 
White Henry, painter, at Krebs', 188 J st; res, 2d st bet M and N; Mo. 
White H. O., sign painter, 48 J st ; res, N st bet 3d and 4th ; Mo. 
White E. F., Under Sheriff with Lansing ; rms Mansion house, 6 7th st ; Me. 
White Mrs. Ann, widow; res, K st bet 13th and 14th. 
White Michael, stone cutter, State Capitol; res, 188 8th st bet L and M. 
White Wm. S.; address, St. Nicholas saloon, 90 J st. 
White Patrick, laborer; bds United States hotel, 55 Front st. 
White Mrs. Belle, private lodging house, 87 3d st bet K and L; La. 
White A. J., teamster; bds Atlantic hotel, cr 12th and I sts; Mo. 
White Mrs. Anna; res, 277 7th st cr R; 111. 

White Luke, steamboatman, C N S Co ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
White E. W., teaming over mountains ; family res, 106 N st bet 9th and 

10th; Ky. 
Whitehouse C. R., machinist, C P R R; bds S. W. Gerrish's, E st bet 12th 

13th ; N H. 
Whitelaw John, engineer, Phoenix mills, 386 J st; bds 14th st bet J and 

K ; from Paris, State of Pike. 
Whiten Thomas, barber, at KendePs, K st; rms 128 3d st; London. 
Whitten George, laborer; bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Whittier Mrs. Sarah A.; res, 212 M st; Maine. 
Whittier L., carpenter; res, 212 M st; Maine. 
Whitlock George, Sr., book keeper ; res, 93 N st cr 4th ; N Y. 
Whitlock George, Jr.; res, 116 6th st bet L and M ; NY. 
WHITNEY & CO., forwarding and commission, 87 Front st. 
Whitney A. D., Whitney & Co., 87 Front st; res, 194 2d st; N. Y. 
Whitney D. G., shore freight clerk, C S N Co ; res, 234 7th st cr Q ; 111. 
Whitney Mrs. Mary L., dressmaker; res, alley bet J and K, 4th and 5th. 
Whitney W. P., harness maker, at H. Cook's, 223 J st. 



JULIUS WETZLAR 

NOTARY PUBLIC 



Commissioner for the State of Nevada, 

EEAL ESTATE -A-GEISTT 



NEGOTIATOR OF LOANS. 



J1M1S Wlf S&A& 




mik gvmvm (f omjmnin 



OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 

Office— No. 436 California Street. 



Cash Capital $750,000 00. 

Surplus, July 1 $363,862 82. 

Cash Assets $1,113,862 82. 

All Losses Paid Immediately in TJ. S. Gold Coin 

FIRE, OCEAN, MARINE AND INLAND 
INSITR.AN 



. JULIUS WETZLAR, 

A|pent in. Sacramento, 

Fourth Street, between J and K. 

O. S. COFFIN, Solicitor. 



220 SACRAMENTO ["W] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Whitney Wm., elk, CSNCo; res, necr 7th and Q sts ; 111. 

Whitney John, boatman, 173 Front st ; Maine. 

Whoresky John, stone cutter; bds Illinois Hunter's house, 224 L st cr 8th. 

Wibe John M., steward, United States hotel, 55 Front st; Denmark. 

Wick George, student, at Dr. Nixon's office, s w cr J and 6th sts. 

Wick R. K , blacksmith ; res, w s llth st bet G and H. 

WIEDMANN & WENGENROTH, confectioners, 44 Fourth st. 

Wiedmann J. M., of Wiedmann & Wengenroth, 44 4th st. 

WIGWAM SALOON, 105 Front st, by Meredith & Young. 

Wight James T., blacksmith, I st bet 8th and 9th; res, 17 12th st bet H 

and I. 
Wignell Wm., moulder, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Wilberforce Dudley; res, 229 L st bet 8th and 9th; Eng. 
Wilber Amos, Captain scow Isabella, 173 Front st. 
Wilbourn Jackson ; res, s e cr 7th and P sts; Ireland. 
Wilbourn Shaderick, laborer; res, s e cr 7th and P sts; 111. 
Wijburn Walter, with R. C. Terry, 130 J st cr 5th. 
Wilcox R. W., at Booth & Co.'s, 47 Front st ; res, 48 8th st bet G and H ; 

Conn. 
Wilcox Wm., steward Red Bluff boat ; rms No 19 Empire bldg, 22 K st. 
Wilcox Martin, farmer; res, Poverty Ridge; Ohio. 
Wilcox Allen, farmer ; Poverty Ridge ; 111. 

Wilcox Nelson, carpenter; res, Cumberland house, 60 5th st; NY. 
Wildman Wilson, hackman ; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
Wilkins C, farmer ; res, M st bet 27th and 28th. 
Wilkinson J. R., draftsman, C P R R Co., office 58 K st; bds Mrs. Van 

Every's, 54 L st. 
Wilkinson H. C, farmer; res, cr P and 23d sts. 
Wilkinson T. S.; American Eagle hotel, n e cr J and 12th sts ; Ind. 
Wild Samuel, laborer, Sac. Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, alley 

L and M, 2d and 3d sts ; Eng. 
Wildo Jos., works C P R R freight shed, Front st ; res, alley bet L and 

M, 2d and 3d sts ; Eng. 
Wilder Osgood, apprentice C P R R machine shop ; bds Fountain house, 

298 J st ; 111. 
Wilder Miss Virginia ; bds B. B. Bedding's, n e cr Q and 2d sts ; Mass. 
Wilder F. A., Fountain Bakery; rms L st bet 2d and 3d. 
Wilkins H., ship carpenter ; rms 48 M st bet 2d and 3d; Normandy. 
Wilkinson James, teamster; bds Atlantic hotel, cr I and 12th; Ire. 
Wilkinson Henry, farmer ; res, cr H and 19th ; England. 



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Fourth. Street, bet. J and K, sacramento, 

Goods carefully put up for Shipping. All Orders promptly attended to. 



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Willey M.'C, C S N Co engineer ; address, Wigwam saloon, 105 Front st; 

Boston. 
Williams G. &, machinist, Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Williams Mrs. Louisiana; res, al bet 6th and 7th, F and Gr. 
Williams G. E. ; res, al bet 3d and 4th, L and M sts. 
Williams Isaac, col, at Dayton, Nev; family res, 120 N st; Pa. 
Williams Wm. r clk at Treadwell & Co's, 43 and 45 J st ; res, nsDst bet 

11th and 12th. 
WILLIAMS LEWELLYN (Redington & Williams); res, w s 7th cr al bet 

H and I; Me. 
Williams Caroline A., col, lodging house, Read's block, cr J and 3d. 
WILLIAMS & CO., Union Iron works, Front st bet N and 0. 
Williams Wm. R. (Williams & Co), 171 Front st bet N and O ; res, s s O 

st bet 3d and 4th. 
Williams J. P., elk for P H Russell, 209 J st ; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 189 

Kst; Mo. 
Williams George, col, laborer ; res, 13th st bet M and N. 
Williams S. M., carpenter at Jones, 5th st cr al bet J and K. 
Williams John B. (W L Perkins & Co), 71 Front st|; res, St George bldg. 
Williams L., at Wigwam saloon, 105 Front st. 
Williams Thomas L., col, white washer, 75 4th st. 
Williams Charles, tinner ; bds cr 8th and M sts. 
Williams Fred'k, laborer C P R R ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Williams Evans, col, cook; bds 112 5th st bet L and M ; Penn. 
Williams Mrs. Angeline, col ; res, n s N st bet 4th and 5th ; N C. 
Williams Joseph, laborer ; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Williamson D., carpenter; bds City hotel, 73 K st. 
Williamson Robert, pro Nursery, U st bet 15th and 16th : res, same. 
Williamson George R., elk Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d; res, 17 

I st ; Me. 
Williamson H. H., col, rag picker; res, n e cr Front and TJ sts. 
Wilsey Levi, C P R R depot; res, 170 M st. 
Wilsey David, C P R R depot ; res, 76 J st. 

Wilson James, brickmason State Capitol ; res, Q st bet 2d and 3d. 
Wilson William, col, barber; works What Cheer house, cr Front and K 
Wilson J. B., tin shop, 1st door below Sazerac bldg, cr J and 2d sts ; res, 

same ; Scotland. 
Wilson John (Hasselgren & Wilson), 57 J st; res, Slater's add. 
Wilson Charles, at H. Ross', cr 8th and J ; res, 170 2d st. 
Wilson W. D. ; res, St George bldg, 4th st bet J and K ; Mo. 
Wilson I). C; Phoenix saloon, 109 K st, bet 4th and 5th. 
Wilson John, col, drives TJ S mail wagon ; rms 145 6th st bet M and N. 
Wilson Wm., laborer ; res, 220 J st. 
Wilson Wm. ; res, 168 L st bet 6th and 7th ; Germany. 
Wilson Mrs. Mary, dress maker with Mrs Ruff, n s N st bet 4th and 5th. 
Wilson Zion, teamster; res, s e cr 15th and I; Ohio. 
Wilson, Glen & Biggs, stock dealers; office 341 J st. 
Wilson S. E. (Wilson, Glen & Biggs), stock dealer; res, 349 H st bet 11th 

and 12th ; Mo: 
Wilson L. W., grocer, M st bet 27th and 28th ; Ohio. 
Wilson A. B., farmer; res, M st bet 27th and 28th ; Ohio. 
Wilson Charles, boatman ; res, 173 Front st ; Sweden. 
Wilson Henry, hostler .Pioneer stables, 4th st bet I and J; NY. 
Wilson Joseph, clothing, 44 J st; res, same. 
Wilson Anthony; address, 43 2d st; Eng. 



222 SACBAMENTO [ W ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

Wilson Charles, carpenter ; bds Richard Parker's, 290 K st. 

Wilson John, Dutch Flat ; fam res 51 M st bet 2d and 3d ; Germany. 

Wilson Marks, fruit and ice cream saloon, 178 K st; res, w 8 7th bet E 

and L ; Germany. 
Wilson G. B.; rms 170 2d st bet N and O ; Ind. 
Wilson Wm., machinist, Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d ; Bng. 
Wilson W. B.; bds Capital hotel, 190 K st. 
Wimbly Sarah, col ; res, 377 F st bet 13th and 14th. 
Wime Benj. L., employe CPRR; rms 7th st bet L and MjNY. 
Winans Lewis; res, American hotel, cr 12th and J. 
Windau Capt. A., at saloon, 170 J st ; Germany. 
Winemiller Jos., carpenter ; res, e s 2d bet N and O. 
Wing Sing, wash shop ; K st bet 11th and 12th ; China. 
Wing Lee, wash shop, 11 K st. 
WING ATE C. C, Paine's stables, 140 K st; res, 183 M st bet 6th and 

7th; Me. 
Wingate E. P., drives wagon for N L Drew & Co, cr 2d and M ; bds 2dst 

bet M and N. 
WINTEE & WISEMAN, baths, 59 K st. 

Winters Herman, grocery; cr M and 2d sts; res, 48 M st; Germany. 
Winters Charles, musician, address E Dale, 185 J st; bds Capitol hotel, cr 

7th and K sts. 
Winter Louis, Winter & Wiseman, 59 K st; res, same; Germany. 
Winters Nathaniel, engineer; res, 303 L st bet 10th and 11th. 
Winter Isaac C, harness maker, at Gillen's, J st bet 10th and 11th. 
Winters Isaac ; bds Wm. Tell house, cr 9th and J sts, 
Winterburn Geo. H., printer, Winterbnrn & Eussell, office Read's bldg, 

3d st cr J ; res, n side I st 2 doors east of 7th. 
Winn A. G., surveyor ; bds Golden Eagle hotel, 189 K st cr 7th ; Miss. 
Winston Wm., wood sawyer ; res, alley bet 3d and 4th, K and L sts. 
Wirth J., civil engineer, CPRRj bds Capitol hotel, 190 K st cr 7th. 
Wise Jacob ; res, 332 Fst bet 11th and 12 ; 111. 
WISE GEORGE, boot and shoe shop, 41 Kst; res, same. 
Wise W. E., blacksmith, Jones & Wise, 43 9th st bet J and K ; res, 401 J 

st bet 13th and 14th ; Ohio. 
Wiseman Joseph, Winter & .Wiseman, 59 K st ; res, 76 M st bet 3d and 

4th; Ireland. 
Withington A., laborer; res, 127 8th st bet M and N; 111. 
Withington R. H., Capitol soap works, s w cr J and 12th sts; res, same. 
Witton Thos., barber, with Phil Kendel, K st ; Eng. 
Woelffel Richard, book keeper, Milliken Bro., & Co., 62 K st; res, 75 M st. 
Wohlk John, pro. Pacific saloon, 59 Front st; res, same; Germany. 
Wolf A., firm Stewart & Co., 232 J st ; Germany. 
Wolf Geo., tailor shop, 2d st bet J and K ; res, L st bet 13th and 14th; 
Wolf Jacob, blacksmith's helper, Bernard's, s e cr L and 6th sts ; N Y. 
Wolf George, barber, 2d st baths, bet I and J; res, L st bet 13th and 4th; 

London. 
Wolf H. C, machinist, C P E E work shop, cr 6th and D sts; bds cr 7th 

and Ejste; Ohio. 
Wolfe Lewis, cook, What Cheer house, cr Front and K sts. 
Wolf John, saloon, 151 K st ; III. 
Wolf Wm., clerk, Lipman & Co , 129 J st; Germany. 
Woodbury Peter, carpenter; bds Western hotel, 43 K st. 
WOOD WILLIAM G., Deputy Clerk Supreme Court, office Hastings' 
bldg, 2d st bet J and K ; res, 2d st bet J and K ; NY. 



SACRAMENTO [ "W" ] CITY DIRECTORY. 223 

Woods J. S., engaged in teaming ; res, secrG and 10th sts. 

Woods Richard, blacksmith, n side K st bet 7th and 8th ; bds Russ house, 

s side K st bet 8th and 9th ; Tenn. 
Wood A. A., deputy constable ; res, 10th st bet K and L; N Y. 
Woods C, compositor, State printing office, 24 3d st. 
Woods Thomas, teaming in city ; res, H st north side, bet 12th and 13th. 
Woods L. A., mill- wright, shop, alley bet M and N, 2d and 3d sts; res, 56 

Mst; 111. 
Woods David ; res, 176 N st bet 6th and 7th ; Mass. 
Woods John, up-river boat, C8N Co.; res, 11th st bet N and O. 
Wood James, at Sac Gas works ; res, 135 3d st bet M and N ; Mo. 
Woods Joseph, blacksmith, C P R R work shop, 6th and D sts ; Penn. 
Woods Alex. , laborer, Sac Iron works, I st bet Front and 2d ; Germany. 
Woods A.; res, 56 M st ; Md. , 

Woods Charles A., res 56 M st ; Md. 
Woods James A., at Richard Woods', K st bet 7th and 8th; bds at Russ 

House, K st bet 7th and 8th. 
Wood Heber, salesman, R. T. Brown & Co., n w cr J and 4th sts ; bds 4th 

avenue house, cr 4th and L sts ; Ind. 
Wood Daniel E., drayman ; res, w s 8th st bet P and Q ; N Y. 
Woods J. R., bds What Cheer house, cr K and Front sts. 
Woods Joseph R., moulder, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d. 
Woods Joseph, boatman, C S N Co ; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Woodland George E., cashier's clerk, C P R R, office 58 K st; res, 3d st 

cr al bet O and P ; California. 
Woodland Miss Maggie, teacher, cr P aad 2d sts; res, 3d st bet and P 

cr alley. 
Woodland Mrs. J., res, 3d st bet O and P cr alley. 
Woodliff Thomas, druggist; res, 161 2d stcr N; Penn. 
Woodward Richard, mate Red Bluff boats, C S N Co; res, 1st st bet Broad 

and Union, Slater's Addition. 
Woodward Edward F., brick mason ; res, B st bet 12th and 13th ; Boston. 
Woodward Ferdinand, car builder, C P R R Co's car shop, cr 6th and D 

sts ; res, 190 3d st bet N and O ; N Y. 
WOODWARD D. S., groceries and provisions, 144 J st. 
Woodworth R. M., mate C S N Co's steamer Lark ; res cr 4th and O sts. 
Wooiaver John, architect C P R R, office 58 K st : rms St George bldg. 
Woolsey Luther E., pattern maker, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 

2d ; res, cr 10th and E sts ; N Y. 
Woodworth R. C, clerk, D. O. Mills & Co., s e cr J and 2d sts; bds 107 L 

st; NY. 
Wolleb Charles, Assemblyman ; res, 265 G st bet 9th and 10th. 
Woolsey L. S., machinist, Sac Iron Works, I st bet Front and 2d ; res, 

86 M st. 
Womble J. R., contractor and builder; res, s s G st bet 13th and 14th. 
Wordel Ralph, Sr., gardener ; res, s w cr E and 15th sts ; Eng. 
Wordel Ralph, Jr., coachman at James Anthony's, cr 9th and H sts; res, 

BwerE and 15th sts ; Eng. 
Worner Matthew, Pacific stables, 86 2d st bet K and L ; N Y. 
Worsely Albert, helper blacksmith, at J Hill's, 391 J st. 
Worster Edwin, elk, 6th st market, 6th st bet I and J sts. 
Worthen B. L. res, 42 Q st bet 2d and 3d ; Canada. 
Wratten J. E., freight clerk steamer Chrysopolis ; res, 236 L st bet 8th 

and 9th. 
Wright Albert, boatman, 173 Front st. 



224 SACRAMENTO [ W^Y ] CITY DIRECTORY. 

WRIGHT JOHN & CO., blacksmith shop, 175 K at. 

Wright John C.J waiter, Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K ; Md. 

Wuff F. M., cigar maker, Chrysopolis cigar manufactory, 55 K st; rms 

Monongahela house, 7th st bet K and L. 
Wyants Mrs. Mary ; res, cr 15 th and I sts ; NY. 
Wyman Miss Viola, teacher of music, Sacramento Seminary, I st bet 10th 

and 11th ; bds Mrs. Williams', D st bet 11th and 11th. 
Wylie G. E.; bds What Cheer hotel, cr K and Front sts. 
Wynne Daniel, stone cutter, State Capitol : res, s w cr 10th and M sts ; 

NY. 



X-10-U-8 Saloon, No. 12 K st* 

Yale Gregory, attorney at law ; office St. George bldg, cr 4th and J sts j 

bds Orleans hotel, 2d st bet J and K; Fla. 
Yandei George W., Telegraph Stables, J st bet 12th and 13th. 
Yanke Hugo, musician ; res, e s 7th st bet N and 0. 
Yantes Henry, col, drives express wagon ; res, 114 P st bet 4th and 5th. 
Yeakle Charles ; address, 79 K st. 
YEAKLE WM, furniture, 79 K st ; res, same ; Md. 
Yegar Phillip, lager beer, 121 K st; res, same; Germany. 
Yoerk Charles A., Mohr & Yoerk, butcher shop, 314 J st; res, e s 12th st 

bet H and I. 
Yoerk C. A.; res, 12th st bet B and C ; NY. 

Yorkerst Edward ; bds Atlantic hotel, cr I and 12th sts ; Germany. 
Yost John D, compesitor, Bee office; res, 279 K st;. 111. 
You Hop, wash shop, 350 J st. 
YOUNG W., Merodith & Young, Wigwam, 105 Front st; res, 4th st bet 

O and P. 
Young G. W., Pike & Young, s e cr 4th and L sts ; res, n s O st bet 4th 

and 5th ; Maine. 
Young J. W., laborer ; res, C st bet 12th and I3th ; Boston. 
Young J. D., Reporter Sac. Union ; bds Mrs. Burdick's, 148 2d st bet M 

and N. 
Young America Engine House, 10th st bet I and J. 
Young James S., carpenter, CPfiR workshop, cr D and 6th sts; res, N 

st bet 9th and 10th ; Me. 
Young J. S., car builder, CPKE; res, N st bet 9th and 10th ; Me. 
Young Benj., elk, Hyum's fancy store, cr 7th and L sts ; Cal. 
Young S. T., conductor, C P R R ; rms 102 L st ; NY. 
Young Henry, pile driver, C P R R Co; bds U S hotel, 55 Front st. 
Ynostrosa lgnacio, laborer; res, No 71, in alley bet O and P, Front and 

2d; Chili. 
Ysidoro Alofario, laborer; res, alley bet 4th and 5th, M and N sts. 
Yule Wm.; res, s s N st, first door above 6th. 



SACRAMENTO [ Y*Z ] CITY DIRECTORY. 225 

Yuhre W., porter, Booth & Co., 45 Front st; res, alley bet L and M, 6th 

and 7th sts ; Prussia. 
Yank Samuel, proprietor Monitor Saloon, s w cr 11th and J sts ; res, cr 

alley, 14th st bet H and I. 
Yslas Jose M., hair rope and cinch maker, Front st bet Water and Union; 

Mexico. 



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Zacharias Peter, sexton Grace church, 8th st bet land J; res, al bet. I 

and J, Front and 2d sts. 
Zanna F., cook ; res, 82 al bet L and M, 3d and 4th sts. 
Zarges Manrico Francisco, res, al bet Front and 2d, P and Q sts. 
Zekind S. & Co., variety store, 85 J st; res, 151 3d st bet M and N. 
Zeigler Paul, carpenter; bds 138 L st bet 5th and 6th; Germany. 
Zeitler Charles, salesman, Hooker & Co., 71 J st ; res, 374 G cr 13th sts. 
Zieger Frank, Jr., Union restaurant, 226 J st cr 8th. 
Ziegler Z., butcher, Hartman's, 114 K st. 
Zimmerman Wm. T., blacksmith, Ready Bros, 303 J st. 
ZIMMERMAN CAPT. J. P., C S N Co.; res, 130 8th st cr B. 
Zimmerman Andrew J., engineer, C S N Co.; res, Wigwam, 105 Front st. 
Zisenvine L.; cigar stand, Orleans Hotel, 2d st; res, 12 6th st bet H and L 
Zisenvine I., fruit store 100 J st ; res, 12 6th st bet H and I. 
ZOLLER LEOPOLD, M Street Market, 224 cr 8th st; res, 222 M st. 
Zorer Max, musician, s w cr K and 4th sts ; bds International hotel. 
Zuniga Cerilo, stevedore; res, s side N st bet Front and 2d ; Chili. 
Zwicker Chas. I., at saloon, 76 J st. 
ZWICKER JOHN, saloon, 76 J st; the headquarter for musicians, and 

the place for a glass mit the lager — whisky, too, if you like it. 



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226 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 



CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Whatever errors or omissions may have occurred in the general Direc- 
tory, are corrected in the following compilation, so far as relates to busi- 
ness men and their places of business : 

Agricultural Implements, (bh hardwiri) 

Baker & Hamilton, Nos. 9, 11 and 13 J st. 
Carolan James & Co., n e cr J and Front sts. 
Moore P. J., 196 J st. 
Treadwell & Co., 43, 45 and 47 J st. 



Assayers. 



Waters & Co., 54 J st. 
Hunter & Co., 43 2d st. 



Architects. 



Babson Seth, 189 J st. 

Bennett A. A., 51 J st. 

Leonard H. E., res, s e cr P and 2d sts. 

Woolaver John, 58 K st. 

Attorneys. 

Alexander Daniel E., office 43 4th st bet J and K. 

Babcock J C, Garwood's bldg, J bet 5th and 6th sts. 

Barrett John S., office Masonic block, cr K and 6th sts. 

Bowie k Catlin, office over 101 J st. 

Brown I. 8., office Klay's bldg, 50 4th st. 

Cadwalader George, office Nos. 7 and 8, Hiller & Andrews' bldg, cr J and 

3d sts. 
Cantwell Wm. E., office Tukey's bldg, 128 J st cr 5th. 
Coffroth k Spaulding, office Klay's bldg, 50 4th st. 
Comte A. Jr., office 39 J st. 
Counts J. P., office 43 4th st bet J and E. 
Crocker E. B., office 58 K st. 

Cross Samuel, office St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and K. 
Curtis N. Greene, office 6th st bet 1 and J. 
Edwards P. L. f office 90 J st. 
Edwards Thomas C, office 90 J st. 
French C. G. W., office 39 J st. 

Freeman & Lynch, office Masonic block, cr 6th and K sts. 
Foote L. H., office City Water Works, cr I and Front sts. 
Gilmer T. W., office 4th st bet J and K. 

Goods James C, and District Attorney, office Masonic block, cr 6th and K. 
Hartley H. H., office 39 J st. 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 227 

Haswell F. B. t office Garwood's bldg, J st bet 5th and 6th. 

Heacock E. H., office St. George bldg, cr 4th and J s& 

Holl S. S., office St. George bldg, cr 4th and J sts. 

Johnson M. F., office Elay's bldg, 50 4th st. 

Lynch A. H., office Masonic block, cr K and 6th sts. 

Martin E. M., office Masonic block, cr 6th and K sts. 

McCallnm J. G., office 45 4th st bet J and K. 

McCullough J. G., Attorney General, office 49 J st. 

Mesic W. S., office St. George bldg, 2d floor, cr 4th and J sts. 

Moore & Alexander, Latham's bldg, 53 J st. 

Robinson Kamage & Danlap, office 51 J st bet 3d and 4th. 

Rogers S. L., office Klay's bldg, 50 4th st. 

Starr Henry, office Hiller & Andrews' bldg, cr J and 3d sts. 

Taylor F. F., office 126 J st. 

Taylor L. S., office Masonic block cr 6th and K sts. 

Thomas Daniel J., office w side 4th st bet J and K. 

Tilden M, C, and City Attorney, office City Water Works bldg. 

Waterhouse A. G., office Garwood's bldg, J st bet 5th and 6th. 

Yale Gregory, office St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and K. 

Auction Houses. 

Badger George W., n e cr 4th and J sts. 
Davis Joe, 48 4th st bet J and K. 

Bakeries. 

Black A. & J., Fountain Bakery, Front st bet K and L. 

Brooklyn Bakery, Henry Samuels, 3d st bet M and N. 

Eagle Bakery, by Schroer Bros., 212 and 214 K st. 

Capitol Bakery, 258 M st. 

Empire Bakery, by Kuchler & Davis, 291 J st. 

Kent Michael, American Bakery, 150 3d st. 

K Street Bakery, 143 K st, by Adam Siebold. 

New York Bakery, 26 N st. 

Pioneer Bakery, 22 J st, by Lehman & Schroth. 

Union Bakery, 247 J st. 

Washington Bakery, 3d st bet K and L, by Neubauer & Co. 

Barber Shops and. Baths. ' 

Cady H. W., col, Orleans Hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 

Dunlap Isaiah, 188 J st. 

Eureka Baths, 53 K st. 

George F. S., 304 J st. 

Hoeckel Henry, 220 J st. 

Heintz J., 71 K st. 

Hyers S. B., 42 2d st bet J and E. 

Kendel Philip, 47 K st. 

Eripp F., Barber shop, Morse's bldg, 2d st bet J and E. 

Leloy Louis, Barber shop, 56 J st. 

Manso Joseph, 105 J st. 

Pommer Charles, Sacramento Baths, 26 E st. 

Schmaelzle L., 188 E st. 

Second Street Baths, 2d st bet I and J. 

Winters & Wiseman, baths, 59 K st. 

Wilson William, col, 262 J st. 



228 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Bankers. 

Hastings B. F. & Co., swcrJ and 2d sts. 
Mills D. O. & Co., s e cr J and 2d sts. 
Sacramento Savings Bank, 89 J st. 
Wells, Fargo & Co., 46 and 48 2d st. 

Billiard Manufacturer. 
Gossner B., 139 E st. 

Brokers. 

Davis Joe, cr alley and 4th sts bet J and K. 
Steinmann Jacob, Morse's bldg, 2d st bet J and K. 
Wetzlar Julius, 4th st bet J and K. 

Books and Stationery. 

Bithell James, 104 J st. 

Crawford John.F., P cr K and 4th sts. 

Crocker H. S. & Co., 42 and 44 J st. 

Coolot A., 238 J st. 

Edwards B. M. & Co., 93 J st. 

Bookbinder. 
Foster F., 127 J st. 

Boiler Maker. 
Anderson Bobert, 123 Front st. 

Boots and Shoes. 

Barnes Charles, 276 J st. 

Eagle Boot and Shoe store, by Hayton, 74 J st. 

Marks E., 216 J st. 

McCarty Kobert E., 88 J st. 

McMorry & Brother, 97 K st. 

Morris Herman, 14 K st. 

Parsons James, 163 J st. 

Byan James, 236 J st. 

Strobridge T. TV., 127 J st. 

Boot Manufacturers. 

« 

Benns Charles, 146 K st. 

Denton S., 310 J st. 

Deseve J. B., e side 9th st bet J and K. 

Ebner John, 96 3d st bet L and M. 

Heim Jacob, 43 3d st. 

Hummel Joseph, 5th st bet J and K. 

Hillebrand A., 177 K st. 

Piatt William, 21 K st. 

Palm John, Morse's bldg, 2d st bet J and E. 

Parsons John, 122 J st. 

TartasL., 181 K st. 

Wise George, 4th and K sts. 

Bowling Alleys. 

Hohn J., 42 K st. 

Lynch L. L., 41 8th st bet J rnd K. 

Miller Joseph, n w cr & and 2d sts. » 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 229 

« 

Breweries. 

City Brewery, Borehes & Schwartz, n e cr 12th and H sts. 
Columbus Brewery, by E. and C. Gruhler, cr K and 16th sts. 
Miller & Oschner, Ohio Brewery, cr 6th and Q sts. 
Ochs George, Pacific Brewery, cr 10th and P sts. 
Sheldt P., Sacramento Brewery, n e cr M and 28th sts. 
Myers H., Agent Philadelphia Brewery, 111 K. st. 

Brooms and Matches. 
Ireland & Bro., 54 K st, and 360 K st. 

Carriage and Wagon Material. 

Hedenberg W. A., 235 J st. 

Waterhouse & Lester, 17 7th st bet I and J. 

Carriage Makers, (sm wagon makbbs.) 

Bernard H. M., s e cr L and 6th sts. ' 

Doland F. F. & W. Coon, 7th st bet K and L. 

Farrell Owen, 11 4th st bet I and J. 

Hill Joseph, 391 J st. 

Mason J. A., 3d st bet I and J. 

Pike & Young, s e cr L and 4th sts. 

Shattuck Wm., 222 K st. 

Carpets and Upholstery. 

Locke & Lavenson, 172 J st. 
Sharp W., 115-17 J st. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Anderson James, 186 K st. 

Barnes Jacob, 284 J st. 

Bremer & Bro., wholesale, 3-5 K st. 

Coleman L. C. } 218 J st. 

Dohn Charles, 157 K st. 

Emery W. T., Union Hotel, 2d st bet J and K. 

Falk F., Arcade Eestaurant, 2d st bet J and K. 

Franklin P., wholesale, 102 J st. 

Greenebaum A., wholesale, 93 Front st, also 186 J st. 

Levy M., 96 J st. 

Levy R., cigars and varieties, 16 K st. 

Levy Mark, Bank Exchange, cr 2d and K sts. 

Kosminsky B. & Co., 69 K st. 

Morlatch Peter, 153 K st. 

Bosenfeldt Simon, 72 Jst. 

Wilson Mark, 78 K st. 

Zisenvine L., stand Orleans Hotel Saloon," 2d st bet J and K. 

Cigar Mami&cturers. 

Chrysopolis, 55 K st, by B. H. Pettit. 
Franklin P., 102 J st bet 4th and 5th. 
Fuchs Peter, 117 K st. 
Morlatch Peter, 153 K st. f 



230 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Clothing and Tailor Shops. 

Alexander S., 214 J st. 

Alexander B., 66 J st. 

Banner R,,62 J st. 

Banner L., 37 K st. 

Callisch Louis, 59 J st. 

Cohn Charles, 290 J st. 

Davidson Isaac, 71 K st. 

Elkus Louis, on hand and made to order, cr J and 2d sts. 

Gilman Charles, clothing and varieties, 52 J st. 

Goss J. & Wilson, clothing, 44 J st. 

Haberkorn W., 25 J st. 

Harris D. & Co., 98 J st. 

Jacobs N. B., 128 J st. 

Joseph M., 4 J st. 

Kohn & Brothers, 9-11 K st. 

Lasky B., clothing, 92 J st. 

Levy Louis, made to order, 42 2d st. 

Levy A:, What Chfeer Clothing Store, 10 K st. 

Levy Samuel, Sr., 135 J st. 

Lewis I., 194 J st. 

Longfield Edward, made to order, 163 K st. 

McCann Henry, on hand and made to order, 223 J st. 

Myer Phil, 234 J st. 

Nathan Solomon J., 174 J st, and n e cr 3d and K sts. 

Nessel & Garbe, 40 3d st. 

Pack Isaac, 246 J st. 

Peake C. A. & Co., Clothing, Boots & Shoes, 49 Front st. 

Boss & Bro.'s, 224 J st cr 8th. 

Shawl Lewis, 132 J st. 

Suverkrup John, s w cr 3d and K sts. 

Yan Orden John, 275 J st. 

Vinnemeyer & Quatman, 122 J st. 

Coal Dealers, (sea wood yard.) 

Annis Thomas, 122 K st. 

Bidwell A. C, L st bet 5th and 6th. 

Caduc Phil., 43 3d st. 

Holefelder P., I st bet 6th and 7th. 

Gibbs & Holmes, 156 J st. 

Prader J. & W. A., 203 J st. 

Coffee and Spice Factories. 

Dingley N.,15 I st. 

Heisch George C, n w cr I and 10th sts. 
Kreuzberger L., 112 K st. 
Kreuzberger F., s e cr G and 7th sts. 

Confectioners, (sbb fruit storm.) 

Egl A., Fruit and Confectionery, 140 J st. 

Bitel H., Candy Factory, 81 J st. 

Fisher, Schroder & Co., 113 K st. 

Robinson Henry, 266 J st. 

Wilson Mark, 178 K st. 

Wiedmann & Wengenroth, 42 4th st. 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 231 

Coopers. 

Laauser & Schaefer, 213 K st. 
Quinn Nicholas, 40 K st. 

Commission. 

Badger Geo. W., n e or J and 4th sts. 

Hobby & Potter, 58 J st. 

Leitch & Yan Namee, necr 5th and K sts. 

Crockery and Glass. 

Dennery A. & Co., 75 J st. 

Dennery Bernard, 116 J st bet 4th and 5th. 

Merrill I. L., 101 J st bet 4th and 5th. 

Yan Heusen G. K., 204 J st. 

Yan Lambruck Louis, 178 3d st. 

Dentists. 

Lovejoy & Upham, 112 J st. 

Pierson H. H., over 111 J st. 

Shields F. M., 117 J st. 

Thomas W. H., 81J st. 

Thompson J. P., Hiller & Andrews' bldg, 65 J st, cr J and 3d. 

Door, Sash and Blind Factories. 

Stalker & Hartwell, cr Q and Front sts. 
Hunt & Anderson, M st, near Front. 
Shindler C, 202 K st bet 7th and 8th. 

Doors and Shutters— Iron. 
McGuire James, 148 K st. 

Dressmakers. 

Abeel Miss Alice, 228 J st. 

Andrews Mrs. J. N., 2d st bet J and K. 

Burke Miss Maria T., s e cr I and 7th sts. 

Day Mrs. A. M., n e cr 7th and L sts. 

Fox Mrs. Mary, 41 5th st, west side, bet J and K sts. 

Fearn Mrs. A. C, 42 4th st. 

Grinnell Mrs. Martha, 150 L st. 

Galloup Mrs. J. B., w s 5th st bet J and K. 

Hummel Mrs. Louisa, dressmaking and embroidery, 122 3d st. 

Jones Mrs. B. L., 133} J st bet 5th and 6th. 

Jones Mrs. H.; res, 52 2d st cr N. 

.Richards Miss Ida, 228 J st. 

YaineMrs. M.,149Nst. 

Whitney Mrs. Mary L., alley bet J and K, 4th and 5th sts. 

Drug Stores. 

Boston Drug Store, by J . Doherty, 65 J st cr 3d. 

Bowman H., 262 J st. 

Golden Mortar, by Gates & Bro., 72 K st. 

Gates & Bro., s w cr J and 6th sts. 

Kirk Henry C, 114 J st. • 



232 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORT. 

Martfeld Wm., necrK and 2d sts ; res, over Kohler's, 143 J st. 

McDonald R. H. & Co., 139 J st. 

New York Drug Store, 57 Front st, by Henry Megerle. 

Polhemus Mrs. J. L., 190 J s€ cr 7th. 

Kudolph J. F., s e cr K and 4th sts. 

Sweetland B. R., nwcrK and 6th sts. 

Wait George Smith, s w cr K and 2d sts. 

Dry G-oods. 

Agate Wm., 147 J st. 

Badger George W., n e cr J and 4th sts. 

Banner R., 62 J st. 

Deuel, Griffitts & Co., 248 J st. 

Galligan John, 121 J st. 

Gilman Charles H., 52 J st. 

Hall G. C, 189 J st. 

Hamburger B. & Co., 91 J st. 

Lipman & Co., 129 J st. 

O'Connell & Co., 83 J st. 

Peyser & Lyon, 194 J st. 

Steinhardt & Rothfeld, 161 J st. 

Stewart J. A. & Co., 232 J st. 

* Engraver. 
Andrews J. N., 73 J st. • 

Fruit Stores. 

Brown John, cr 3d and J st. 

Debernard David, 17 Front st. 

Egl A., 140 J st. 

Friedman M., 50 J st. 

Hasenberger M., 110 J st. 

Maina Marco, s w cr J and 3d sts. 

Murewskie, fruit and candies, 70 J st. 

Pond & Stewart, 151 J st. 

Robinson Henry, 226 J st. 

Wilson Mark, fruit and ice-cream, 178 K st. 

Zisenvine L, 100 J st. 

Furniture. 

Breuner John & Co., 170 K st. 

Campbell John, 87 K st. 

Hasselgren & Wilson, 57 J st. 

Hopley Joseph, 49 and 51 4th st bet J and K 

Quinn John, 111 J st. 

Yan Heusen G. K., 204 J st. 

Teakle W., 79 K st. 

Forwarding Agents. 

Earl D. W., 109 to 111 Front st. 

Greenhood M., forwarding and commission, 73 Front st. 

Perkins W. L. & Co.; office 71 Front st, 

Whitney & Co., 87 Front st. 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 233 

Gas Fitters and Plumbers 

Clark D. W., 51 Kst. 

Clark Wm., 79 Kst. 

Fitzsimons & G-leason, 104 K st. 

Hoyt W. H., tinner and plumber, 48 3d st. 

Lloyd Andrew, 165 J st. 

Grain Dealers. 

Knox C. C, cr Front and L sts. 

Mcintosh John, 239-41 J st. 

Smith H. G., 39 Front st. 

Bohl & Hedrick, 289 J st. 

Reed L. F., 99 Front st. 

Tryon Sylvester, J st bet 7th and 8th. 

Groceries and Provisions. (Importers ahd Wholesale.) 

Adams, McNeill & Co., 95 Front st. 
Booth & Co., 43-45-47, Front st. 
Lindley & Lohman, 46 and 48 K st. 
Mebius & Co., Lady Adams' bldg, 13-15 K st. 
Milliken Bro. & Co., 62 and 64 K st. 

Groceries and Provisions. (Wholesale a*d Retail.) 

Bachman, Lages & Co., 191 J st. . 

Bauer J. J. , 13 Front st. * 4 

Bellmer & Co., 278 J st. 

Bohl & Hedrick; grocerios and grain, 289 J st. 

Burke & Hatch, 192 J st. 

Cadogan J. J., 43 7th st bet J and K. 

Chesley George W., 51 Front st. 

Clark & McJunkin, 161 K st. 

Constine H., 198 J st. 

Cook & Pettit, 289 K st. 

Cox & Jones, 287 K st. 

Baugherty C. K. & Co., 7 Front st. 

Garsey L., 202 J st. 

Haner & Henderson, swcrK and 4th sts. 

Korn A., 175 J st. 

Mclsaac John, 161 Front st. 

ReidC. C, 199 J st. 

Rippon J. & Co., BwcrJ and 9th sts. 

Rochon Octave, 224 K st. 

Ross Thomas, big tree store, 225 J st. 

Eussell P. H., 209 J st. 

Uhl Geroge, 147 K st. . 

Weil C. 316 J st. 

Groceries and Family Supplies. 

Batcher John, n e cr 3d and M sts. 
Bell John, family groceries, cr 9th and N sts. 
Clark & Dolan, n e cr 8th and M sts. 
Clayton & Griffith, n w cr M and 6th sts. 
Coffee M. M., family groceries, 256 3d st cr Q. 
Crowell W. T., 288 J st. 

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234 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Devlin .Robert, nwcrM and 4th sts. 

Evers August, family groceries, 258 L st. 

Fisch Fred., necrG and 12th sts. 

Gibson Mrs. Mary, Old Point Comfort, Jib boom at 

Guth George, family groceries, 256 M st. 

Halsey W. ±L, swcrL and 2d sts. 

Hanche Henry, n e cr N and 4th sts. 

Harrington James, s e cr 5th and O sts. 

Heilbron A. & Bro., 177 3d st bet N and O. 

Heinrich Charles, 67 L st, cr 3d. 

Heisch August, swcrM and 2d sts. 

Hyman Moses, nwcrN and 6th sts. 

Joseph Wm. & Co., cr E and 12th sts. 

Xoning Frederick, nwcrO and 4th sts. 

Konning Richard, 318 H st. 

Maas & Neilson, n e cr 7th and N st*. 

McCarragher John, 128 L st cr 5th. 

Menke C. J. , s w cr N and 10th sts. 

Mier Frederick, swcrl and 6th sts. 

Noble R., 256 K st cr 9th. 

Quanchi & Co., 15 Front st. 

Rich & Smith, 171 J st. 

Busch & Bayer, 192 2d st. 

Seeger Robert, s w cr 7th and L sts. 

Silberstein Mark, n w cr^Uand 13th sts. 

Uhl George, 147 K st. 

Whingate Joseph, s w cr M and 5th sts. 

Wilson L. W., M st bet 27 and 28th. 

Winter Herman, s e cr M and 2d sts. 

Halls. . 

Agricultural Pavilion, n e cr 6th and M sts. 

Concert Hall, 107 K st. 

Graham Hall, 6th st bet J and K. 

Hamilton Hall, 109 E st. 

Musical Hall, 84 E st. 

Stanley Hall, 303 to 305 E st. 

Turn Verein, 268 E st. 

Hardware. (Su Agricultural Implimistb). 

Carolan James & Co., n e cr Front and J sts. 
Gibbs & Holmes, 49 and 51 J st. 
Huntington, Hopkins & Co , 54 E st. 
Merwin Henry, 84 and 86 J st. 
Moore E. J., 196 J st. 
Prader J. & W. A., 203 J st. 
Treadwell & Co., 43 r 45, 47 J st. 

Ghin and Locksmiths. 

Angell G., 121 E st. 

Basler John, 207 J st. 

Flohr A., 6th st bet J and E. 

Eoppikus A., Metropolitan Theater bldg, E st bet 4th and 5th. 

Rave C, 44 6th st bet J and K. 

Schade John, 105 J st. 



SACRAMENTO OITY DIRECTOBT. 235 

Hats and Caps. 

Eagle Hat Store, 37 J st, by L. Elkus. 

Eohler H., hats, boots and shoes, 143 J St. 

Meussdorffer J. C, 125 J st. 

Quinn D. H., 87 J st. 

Bueff Jacob, hats, boots and shoes, 180 J st. 

Trope Peter, 123 J st. 

Harness and Saddle. 

Armstrong Thomas, 356 J st. 
Cook Hiram, 233 J st. 
Cashing F. L., 134 K st. 
Gehring F. J., 270 J st. 
Gotthold F., harness, 308 J st. 
Greisel Jacob, saddlery, 318 J st. 
Iser C, 149 K st. 
Klein A. R, 345 J st. 
Mason J. P., 91 K st. 
Parker James E., 146 K st. 
Roth S., 167 J st. 
Stoll J. T., 172 K st. 
Stone R & Co., 162 J st. 
Wagenblast C. F., 157 J st. 

Hay, Grain and Peed. (S**Produob.) 

Leitch & Yan Namee, n e cr K and 5th sts. 
Mier J. T., 83 K st. 
Reed L. F., 99 Front st. 
KobSrtson E. L., 229 J st. 
Ross C. H., 249 J st. 

Hotels and Boarding Houses. 

Atlantic, s e cr I and 12th sts, by Herman Groth. 

Bennett Miss Mary, s w cr J and 4th sts. 

Babcock John, private boarding, 102 K st. 

Belvidere, 6th st, bet J and K. 

Brannan House, 12 J st, by Mrs. Jnlia Dunn. 

Brooklyn Hotel, 85 Front st, by J . E. Mooney. 

Capital Hotel, 190 K st, by Traver & Day. 

City Hotel, 73 K st, by Patrick Conlon. 

Clinton House, 119 3d st bet L and M, by Mrs. M. A. Joy. 

Crescent City, 181 J st, by W. R Watters. 

Ebner Hotel, 18 K st, by feumle & Schaefer. 

Eldred House, R st bet 10th and 11th, by Sidney Eldred. 

Empire Hotel, 151 Front st, by Louis Bmninger. 

Fourth Avenue, 101 L st, cr 4th, by Mrs. E. j? . Figg. 

Fountain House, 298 J st, by Mrs. Elizabeth Phelps. 

Golden Eagle, 189 K st, by D. E. Callahan. . 

Haines' Exchange Hotel, 322 J st. 

Hotel de France, 90 2d st, bet K and E, by Mrs. Eugenie Dumas Hunt i 

Illinois Hunter's House, 224 L st, by Joseph Weet. 

International Hotel, 90 K st, by Mrs. B. Eisenminger. 

Korn's Hotel, 43 and 45 5th st, by Lewis Korn. 

Magnolia,. 23 J st, by B. F. Johnson. 



236 SACRAMENTO CITY DIBBCTORY. 

Mansion House, 6, 8 and 10 7th st bet I and J, by N. Carrier. 

Mechanic's Exchange Hotel, 24 1 st, by Henry Treichler. 

Mineral Point Hotel, 173 J st, by Peter McGreevy. 

New York Hotel, 91 2d st. 

Orleans, 2d st bet J and K, by Cullen & Co. 

Pennsylvania House, 216 K st. 

Bass House, s s K st bet 8th and 9th. 

St Louis Hotel, 255 J st, by C. Miller. 

Union Hotel, 2d st bet J and K, by Barney Clark. 

TJ. S. Hotel, 55 Front st, by P. J. McMahon. 

What Cheer Hotel, cr Front and K sts, by John Singleton. 

Western Hotel, 43 K st, by N. D. Thayer. 

Wm. Tell House, s e cr 9th and J, by John B. Kohl. 

House and Sign Painters. 

Boardman J. M., 126 K st. 

Calvyn James M., e s 2d bet J^nd K sts. 

Cox & Mitchell, 55 4th st. 

Dealing O. W., 112 5th st. 

Jones Thomas, 48 J st. 

Kroff Wm. & Marsh, 4th st bet I and J. 

Newmayer G. de, 44 5th st. 

White H. 0., 48 J st. 

Ice. 

Caduc Phil., 43 3d st. • 

Insurance and Real Estate Agents. 

Coleman W. P.; office 89 J st. 

English W. G-.; office 88 J st. 

Howell Josiah ; office 54 J st. 

Hayden C. C; office 17 J st. 

Kendall David ; office 45 4th st. 

Leonard A.; office 48 4th st. 

Poorman Samuel ; office Morse's bldg, 2d st bet J and K. 

Sweetser A. C; office 47 4th st bet J and K. 

Tingman John ; office 45 4th st. 

Boss David ; office Big Tree store, 225 J st. 

Wetzlar Julius, 4th st bet J and K. 

Intelligence Offices. 

Cook L. D. & John Houston, Pioneer, 4th st bet K and L. 
Bowan James, 89 K st. 

Iron, Steel and Coal. (Sm Hardware). 

Gibbs & Holmes, 49 and 51 J st. 
Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 54 K st. 
Van Winkle & Co., 93 J st. 
Prader J. & W. A., 203 J st/ 

Iron Works and Machine Shops. 

Central Pacific B B shop, bet 4th and 6th, D and E sts. 
Sacramento, I st bet Front and 2d, by Goss & Lambard. 
Schmeiser George, 73 J st. 
Union Iron Works, 171 Front st bet N and O, by Williams & Co. 

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SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 237 

Jewelers. 

Cummings "Wm., Sr., 106 J st. 

Floberg & Conrad, 60 J st. 

Hammer L. K., 230 J st. 

flyman J., 136 J st. 

Jelly Samuel, 120 J st. 

Lundquist Edwin, manufacturer, 42 3d st. 

Olsson John, manufacturer, 42 3d st. 

Parker George M., 34 K st. 

Wachhorst Hermann, 79 J st. 

Kerosene, Lamps and Glass. 

Cummings Wm., Sr, 106 J st. 
Dennery A. & Co., 175 J st. 
Dennery B., 116 J st. 
Merrell I. L., 101 J st. 
Yan Lambruck Louis, 178 3d st. 

Liquors and Wines. (See Groceries). 

Billings B. L., 105 and 107 K st. 

Chevalier P., 44 K st. 

Ebner & Bro., St George bldg, 4th st bet J and K. 

Pox & Strutz, 41 J st. 

Powers & Co, 89 Front st. 

Schoonmaker & Casey, 50 K st. 

Stevenson James, 53 Front st. 

Lime. 

Bannon Patrick, 50 6th st bet J and K. 
Holmes H. T. & Co., 78 6th st bet K and L. 

Livery and Feed Stables. 

Baker & Everts, 7th st stable, bet K and L. 

Bauquier Joseph, feed stable, 182 K st. 

Gillis D., feed stable, 257 I st, cr 9th. 

Grafmuller Andrew, 9th st bet J and K. 

Ganong O. T., 174 K st, Toll's stable. 

Myers J. W., feed stable, 352 J st. 

Pacific Stables, 86 and 88 2d st, by F. S. Malone. 

Paine Stables, 140 and 142 K st, by Charles E. Paine. 

Sacramento stable, 166 K st, by Wm M Reynolds. 

Scriver T. D., Pioneer stable, 4th st bet 1 and J sts. 

Tryon Sylvester,10th st bet H and I. 

Stanley Lee, 308 and 310 K st. - 

Walter F., feed stable, cr £ and 12th sts. 

Lumber Merchants. 

Avery J. W., n e cr 2d and M sts. 
Drew N. L. & Co., nwcrM and 2d sts. 
Frazer W. F., s e cr L and 5th sts. 
Friend & Terry, 140 2d st. 

Markets. 

Arnold Jacob, Second street Market, cr N. 
Bryan & Showier, Phoenix stalls, 76 K st* 
Baltimore Market, 218 L st, by Christian Weisel. 



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238 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Boston, cr L and 2d sts, by P. Herzogg. 

California, 251 J st, by Frank Keller. 

City Market, 18 J st, by A. W. Barns. 

Golden Gate, cr 7th and N sts, by S. Gottlieb. 

Empire, 24 K st, Green & Trainor. 

Fulton Market, swcrK and 5th sts, Yincent Tortell. 

Fulton Market, s w cr M and 5th sts, by Martin Steinmetz. 

Heilbron A. & Bro., 177 3d st. 

Lorenz & Doll, 288 J st, cr 10th. 

M Street Market, 224, cr 8th st, by Leopold Zoller. 

Moehr & York, 314 J st, cr 11th. 

National Market, 314 J st, by Gabriel Wieber. * 

Oriental, 114 K st, by George Phil. Hartman. 

Eailroad Market, cr O and 2d sts, by Busch & Metzer. 

Boss A., shop, 12 7th st, bet K and I. 

Sixth street Market, bet I and J, by Frus & Mahrt. 

Schwartz Charles, s e cr 7th and L sts. 

Union Market, 54 3d st, by H. Franks. 

Washington, cr M and 2d sts. 

Marble Works. 

Aitken & Co., 131 K st. 
Devine J. H. & Bro., 155 K st. 

Mills and Flour Merchants. (&■» groceries.) 

Lambard Mills; office s e cr I and 2d sts, by Bedington & Williams. 
Pioneer Mills, Slater's Addition, near Sacramento Bridge; office 39 Front 

st, by Smith, Carroll Co. 
Phoenix Mills, 286 J st, by Beel & Barber. 

Milliners. 

Ames Mrs. H., 103 J st. 

Barrett Mrs. J. A., 153 J st. 

Blackleach Daniel W., 155 J st. 

Carley Mrs. E. M , 78 J st. 

Dennis Miss C. L., 109 J st. 

Emmons Miss & S. G. Foster, 107 J st. 

Preston Mrs. B. B. & Miss M. A., 113 J st. 

Byan Miss Mariah, 145 J st. 

Shay Mrs. Peter, 6th st, bet J and K. 

Schmidt C. H., 133 J st. 

Wachhorst Mrs & Miss Catharine Kelly, -69 J st. 

Music and Toys. 

Dale Richard, 185 J st. 

Hammer L. K., jewelry and music, 230 J st. 

Menke A. M., toys, 171 J st. 

Pasquier M., toys, 169 J st. 

Dohn Charles, 155 J st. 

Nurseries. 

Empire nursery, s w cr R and 3d sts, by Peter Kune. 

Sacramento, block bet 18th and 19th, B and C sts, by A. Gaffanesch. 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 239 

Ministers. 

Anderson T. H. B., Seventh street Methodist Church ; res, G- st bet 12th 

and 13th. 
Charlton Frederick, Baptist Church ; res, s e cr 8th and I. 
Cotter J. S., Pastor St. Hose's Church ; res, 7th st bet J and K. 
Dwinell E. I., Congregational Church ; res, 184 L st. 
Hill W. H., Grace Church; res, s w cr 8th and I sts. 
McDonald James S , 217 N st. 
Ross John W., Sixth street Methodist Church; res, s side N st bet 7th 

and 8th. 
Stamper Wm., Jewish Synagogue, 6th st ; res, 146 5th st bet M and N. 

News Agents, 

Lytle George I., res 210 2d st. 
Eaney C. T., 92 K st. 
Senter M. S., 70 J st. 
Stuart K., 81 K st. 

Oils, Paints and Window Glass. 

Fuller & Heather, 28 K st. 
Krebs C. A., 188 J st. 
Renz John, 222 J st. 

Physicians and Surgeons. 

Albertson J. A., office Garwood's bldg, J st bet 5th and 6th. 

Clark J. K., office Garwood's bldg, J st bet 5th and 6th. 

Clapp H. C.,'121 3d st. 

Cluness W. R., n e cr 2d and K sts. 

Crane S. S., 57 Front st. 

Frey & Thomas, office Hiller & Andrews' bldg, n e cr J and 3d sts. 

Ferris A. S., Fourth Avenue House, 101 L st cr 4th. 

Harkness H. W., Sazerac bldg, cr J and 2d sts. 

Haswell C. S., office 157 K st near cr 6th. 

Hazard A A., 166 2d st. 

Hatch F. W., office over 128 J st. 

Marx Charles J., 198 K st. 

Morgan G. G., s w cr 7th and M sts. 

Montgomery Joseph F., office 103 J st. 

Nichols H. L., 66 J st. 

Nixon A. B., s w cr 6th and J sts. 

Oatman Ira E., office 189 J st. 

Phelan G. J., County Hospital, L st bst 10th and 11th. 

Shields F. M., office 117 J st. 

Simmons G. L., office 46 J st. 

Pawnbrokers. 

Davis Joe, cr alley and 4th sts bet J and K. 
Steinmann Jacob, Morse's bldg, 2d st bet J and E. 

Photograph Galleries. 

Bailey A. P., 244 J st. 

Beals H. S., over 111 J st. 

Plank Mrs. B. F., Hiller & Andrews' bldg, n e cr J and 3d sts. 

Eeed W. & Co., 117 J st. 

Todd John A., 81 J st. 

Walters N. & Co., 70 J st. 



240 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Offices. 



Bee, 36 3d st, L. P. Davis & Co. 

Crocker H. S. & Co., 42 and 44 J st. 

Record, office 42 and 44 J st. 

State Printing office, Head's block, 3d st bet I and J. 

Union, 49 3d st, James Anthony & Co. 

Russell & Winterburn, Bead's block, 3d st bet I and J. 

State Capital Reporter, 42 and 44 J st, up stairs. 

Private Boarding Houses. 

Avery Mrs. Abiel, 56 K st. 

Bulger Mrs. A., lodging, 116 3d st bet L and M. • 

Burdick Mrs. L. , 148 2d st bet M and N. 

Coon Nathan, 304 H st. 

Dodge J. P., 102 K st. 

Prentice Mrs. E. D., 52 L st. 

Stevenson Mrs. C. R., on 10th st bet H and I. 

Van Every Mrs. H. 54 L st. 

Produce Merchants* 

Hammer & Keber, 17 and 19 K st. 

Lyon & Sons, 21 J st. 

Leitch & Van Namee, n e cr E and 5th sts. 

Poultry, Eggs and Game- 

Barnes Jacob, 229 J si. 

Blum E., 38 K st. 

Jones D. E., 227 J st. 

Pearl Sylvester, 54 3d st, fish, game and vegetables. 

Polese A. B., 168 K st. 

Public Offices. 

City Assessor, Water Works bldg, cr I Front sts. 

City Auditor, Water Works bldg. 

City School Superintendent, 189 J st. 

Clerk of the Supreme Court, Hastings bldg, 2d st bet' J and K. 

Governor's office, s s N st bet 8th and 9th. 

Adjutant General of the State, St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and K. 

Surveyor General of the State, 187 J st. 

United States Internal Revenue, St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and K. 

United States Land office, St. George bldg, 4th st bet J and K. 

The county offices, Masonic block, s w cr oth and K sts. 

Restaurants. 

Arcade, 2d st bet J and K, Thomas Guinean, proprietor. 
Cincinnati, K st, W. F. Swimley, proprietor. 
Fashion Restaurant, 2d st bet J and JL 
Globe Restaurant, 39 K st, by Antone Maureitch. 
Kosta F. & Co., Front st, near n e cr K. 
Louisiana, 164 K st. 
Maina Marco, s w cr 3d and J st. 
Progress House, 17-19 K st. 
Quanchi D. & Co., Croce Federalle, 15 Front st. 
B&ttenberry W. H., restaurant, 80 J st. 
Restaurant, 226 J st cr 8th. 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 241 

Salt Merchants. 
Hobby & Potter, 58 J st. 

Soda Factory. 
Billings B. Ii., 105-107 K st. 

Seed Store. 
Strong W. R, 8-10 J st. 

Saloons. 

Arcade, 2d st bet J and K sts. 
Bachle Joseph, Mechanic's, 52 5th st. 

Bank Exchange, cr K and 2d sts ; C Hamilton & J C Keenan. 
Beatty Thomas, Telegraph, 360 J st. 
Branch, 119 K st; B T Bibbins. 
Breen Richard, City hotel, 73 K st. 
Brewer Anton, 173 Front st. 
Cable Saloon, 358 J st ; L. Preston. 
Cache Creek, 168 K st. 
Capital Saloon, s w cr 7th and I. 
Colonade, cr K and Front j JHF Neuman. 
Congress Hall, 112 J st ; James Hanlon. 
Court Exchange, 4th st bet J and K; James E Laughlin. 
Emmet, s w cr I and 4th sts ; Bernard Moran. 
Frank's Corner, swcrK and 2d sts; J F Suydam. 
Foster's, 6 2d st ; J A Johnson. 
Gonnet A., Mechanic's saloon, 166 L st. 
Granger E., Our Corner, J and 2d sts. 
Gover's Sample Booms, 39 J st. 
Gruhler Jacob, lager beer, 6th st bet J and K. 
Hamburg, 111 K st ; P. Tiejens. 
Hoehn Jacob, Plaza, 286 J st. 
Hohn J., 42 E. st. 

Klay's Saloon, 50 4th st, cr al bet J and K. 
Lafayette Hall, 78 K* ; John Hector. 
Levy G. N., Merchant's Exchange, 3d st bet J and K. 
Lotthammer Louis, 210 J st. 
Lotthammer Charles, 145 K st. 
Magnolia, 23 J st ; B F Johnson. 
Metropolitan, Bead's block, cr J and 3d sts. 
Meyers John W., 22 K st ; Empire. 
Myers Paul, 253 J st. 
National, 306 J st ; George Bruce. 
Newbauer Adam & Co, Corral, 85 3d st. 
New Orleans, 162 K st, cr 6th ; Shamloffel & Labasse. 
Norfolk, 144 K st ; Robert Allen. 
Occidental, 38 J st ; W M Siddons. 
Oetll Frank, International, 90 K st. 
Orleans, 2d st bet J and K ; Hesse & Hopkins. 
Overland Mail, J st bet 12th and 13th; Charles E Camp. 
Pacific, 59 Front st ; John Wohlk. 
Phoenix, 107 K st ; D C Wilson. 
Pony Exchange, 71 Front st; H C Morrison. 
Post Office Exchange, 4th st bet J and K; Patrick Kelley. 

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242 SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 

Queen City, 183 J st. 

Railroad Exchange, secrK and 3d; Joe Harris. 

Sample Booms, Masonic bldg, cr K and 6th sts; John Oschwald. 

Shades, cr K and 2d ; B Stuckenholtz. 

St. Charles, 240 J st ; W M Hetrie. 

St. Nicholas, 90 J st ; Toole & Kelley. 

Turn Verein Hall, 268 K st; Joseph Fritz. 

Union, 70 K st; Louis Strauss. 

Wigwam, 105 Front st ; Young & Meredith. 

Zwicker John, 76 J st. 

Shooting Galleries. 

Lynch L. L.; 41 8th st bet J and K. 
Zwicker John, 76 J st. 

Steam and Planing Mills. 

Hotchkiss & Co., cr Q and Front sts. 
Hunt & Anderson, M st near Front. 

Undertakers. 

Conboie J. A., J st bet 4th and 5th. 
Beeves J. W., 53 4th st bet J and K. 

Varieties— Music and Toys. 

Coolot A. J.,238 Jst. 
Dale Bichard, 185 J st. 
Dohn Charles, 155 K st. 
Gilman & Bro's, 52 J st. 
Pasquier M., 107 J st. 
Zekind S. & Co., 85 J st. 

Wagon Material. 

Hedenberg W. A. & Co., 255 J st. 
Waterhouse & Lester, 17 7th st bet I and J. 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Garrity Patrick, s e cr E and 17th sts. 

Withington B. H., Capital factory, s w cr 12th and J sts 

Stoves, Tin and Hardware. 

Dickson J. P., 165 J st. 

Gillig, Mott & Co., 53-55 J st. 

Hans brow Thomas, 49 K st. 

Holbrook, Merrill & Co., 176-8 J st. 

Jackson I. P., 80 J st. 

Kellogg Leonard, 243 J st. 

Lloyd Andrew, 165 J st. 

Swinerton G. H., 193 J st cr 7th. 

Terry B. C. & Co., 130 J st. 

Van Every H., 110 K st. 

Wilson J. B., first door below Sazerac bldg, J st. 

Wood Yards. 

bury John & Couch, s e cr L and 2d sts. 
'z T. H., 4th st bet I and J. 



SACRAMENTO CITY DIRECTORY. 243 

Annis Thomas, 122 K st. 

Bidwell A. C, L st bet 5th and 6th. 

"Wool and Hides. 

Hawks James, 116 K st. 

Lowell J. P., First and Broad sts, near Sacramento bridge. 

Wagon Makers and Blacksmithing. 

Blessing B. G., n e cr J and 11th sts. 

Brown Daniel, 278 K st. 

Ghadwick George, 7th st bet E and L, horse shoer. 

Dolan & Coon, 71 7th st bet K and L. 

Fitzsimons Thomas, 7th st bet I and J. 

Geisel Henry, I st bet 9th and 10th. 

Gunn Erastus, 5 Front st. 

Hurley John, 335 J st. 

Jones T. G. & Wise, .43 9th st bet J and K. 

Kessler Martin, 9th st bet J and K. 

Kern Frederick, 11th st bet G and H. 

Marshall Sylvester, cr I and 11th sts. 

Mangan Patrick, 167 K st, horse shoer. 

McGowan Patrick, necrl and 11th sts. 

McKillip C., 9th st bet K and L. 

Melvin Williams, north side I st cr 4th. 

Nixon Samuel, 175 K st. 

Pike & lounge secrL and 4th sts. 

Ready & Bro., 303 J st. 

Schluckerbier Wm., J st bet 11th and 12th. 

Wright & Co., 175 K st. 



AJPIPENIDIX. 



Noted Events in Sacramento City. 

April 1st, 1851, city divided into Wards. 
May let, First mail left for Salt Lake. 

The Mayor's message of Slay 12th, 1851, shows the indebtedness of the 
city, $368,551 29. It has been increasing ever since. 

August 13th, Tehama theater burned. The American Theater, erect- 
ed by Dt Volney Spaulding, and opened the 9th September. 

January 10th, 1852, the Sacramento Union issued its first weekly. 
January 14th, 1852, State Officers and Legislature removed to Sacra- 
mento; the first session the 16th. 

July 17th, 1852 — an election held, when the people voted for the con- 
struction of a wide levee through I street, and also for the erection of a 
City Hall and prison. 

August 12th — Henry Clay's obsequies celebrated ; procession marched 
through the streets ; houses draped in mourning, and eulogy delivered by 
Hon. Tod Robinson. 

September 6th — peaches first in market, ranging from twenty-five to 
fifty cents each. 

October 7th, proposition made to Common Council to light the city 
with gas. 

October 8th, 1852, the first Agricultural Pair ; J. L. L. F. Warren 
principal manager. 

November 2d, 1852, the conflagration that destroyed the entire city. 
December 9th — in accordance with resolutions of .the citizens and 
Common Council, J. W. Winans delivered a eulogy upon Daniel Webster. 
On the 13th of July, 1854, another destructive fire occurred. It broke 
out in B. C. Newcomb's furniture warehouse, situated on the alley be- 
tween J and K, Third and Fourth streets, about noonday. 

On the 8th of September, 1854, occurred the Chinese war on I street. 
Several were wounded, but none killed; the police interfered and lodged 
ity prison. 

ary, 1855, at noon, the steamer Pearl blew up. It 
Lmerican river. Seventy dead bodies were found. 
try, 1864, the Board of Trustees, upon the appli- 
l and others, passed an order to raise Front street 
^ of January the contract was awarded to Edward 
& Co.'s building, on the corner of J and Front 
a raised to the high grade. E. D. Fell commenced 
die of February, with hydraulic power. 
[ the streets moved slowly at first; as the property 
confidence in being able to secure their property 
oods, the work moved more rapidly. The whole 
now up to the grade, J to Sixth, and K to Fourth. 
Lth cobbles from I to L, K from Front to Fourth ; 
son pavement laid from Front to Fourth, and as 



APPENDIX. 245 

soon as the season will admit of the work it will be paved to Fifth. Sev- 
eral houses on J street between Fifth and Sixth are oeing raised to high 
trade. In another Summer it is quite probable that the entire street to 
eventh will be raised. 

Floods.— January 8th, 1850; March 8th, 1852; December 19 th, 1852; 
December 31st, 1852; December 9th, 1861; January 11th, 1862. 

December 27th, 1867, about daylight, the Sacramento river, opposite 
the city, was twenty-four feet four inches above low water mark — being 
the highest ever known by the oldest inhabitant. 

Manufactures. 

Sacramento, in the common acceptation of the term, is not a manu- 
facturing city, yet there is a much larger amount of capital and labor 
employed in that line than many suppose. Her manufactures, while they 
admit of no great variety, will compare favorably with any in the State 
of their kind; in fact some of them are superior, both as regard capacity 
and the quality of the article made. The most prominent manufactures 
of the city are Iron Works and Flour Mills. 

The Union Ieon Works — On Front street, formerly known as Bow- 
stead's Foundry, was erected in 1851. It is now owned by Williams & 
Co. , and affords employment for twenty-five or thirty men. During the 
Summer of 1866 the firm raised the main work shop to the high grade 
and made other convenient and costly improvements. This establish- 
ment works both brass and iron, and has generally been well patronized. 

Sacramento Iron Works, Goss & Lambard, proprietors, on I street, 
between Front and Second, was erected in 1852. The proprietors have, 
notwithstanding the heavy damages sustained by them from the fires and 
floods, which have more than once brought Sacramento to the verge of 
irretrievable ruin, continued to enlarge their shops and to add new and 
convenient machinery to their works. At the present time it is in the 
front rank of that class of establishments on this coast and can make 
anything of brass, copper or iron, from a faucet to the most powerful 
steam engine. This establishment has a capacity to work a hundred 
hands. It is well known, not only in California, but also the State of 
Nevada can bear witness that much of the stamping and crushing of quartz 
within her precincts is done by engines and pestles made at Goss & 
Lambard's. 

Flour Mills. — There are three Flour mills in Sacramento city. The 
Pioneer (Smith, Carroll & Co.), is situated in Slater's addition, near the 
Sacramento bridge; motive power steam. It has six run of stone and is 
one of the largest mills in the State. Its capacity is five hundred barrels 
of flour per day. The Lambard Mills, situate on I st between Front and 
Second, Redington & Williams, proprietors, has four run of stone and has 
a capacity to turn out four hundred barrels of flour per day. The Phoe- 
nix Mills, at the corner of J and 13th streets, Reel & Barber, proprietors, 
motive power steam, has three run of stone and capacity to manufacture 
two hundred aud fifty barrels per day. 

Carriage and Wagon Manufactures. — There are seven different 
shops, and either of them can readily construct anything in their line, 
both serviceable and handsome. In fact, the fine carriages that are made 
in this city will, for beauty of structure and durability, equal any made 
in the United States. No place can boast of finer workmen, or those dis- 
posed to do a better job. , 



246 APPENDIX. 

Tailors. — There are eleven tailor shops, either of which can both cut 
and make the desired dress in the most improved style. 

Boot Manufactures.— There are thirteen shoe and boot shops in the 
city. Each seem to be constantly engaged in filling orders. 

Cigars. — There are three establishments in the city for the manufac- 
ture of cigars. 

Steam Planing Mills. — Hotchkiss & Co., corner of Front and Q 
streets. This mill has been running successfully for several years. Last 
season Hunt & Anderson erected a new planing mill and sash and blind 
factory on M street, near Front. This mill has the newly invented 
machinery for their work, and may be regarded as a complete success in 
the effort to save labor and gain time. Besides these steam mills there 
are two other sash, blind and door factories run by horse power. 

James McGuire, on K street, has for years been making, and continues 
to make, iron doors and shutters to suit his customers. 

Withington Soap Factory, at the corner of 12th and J streets, has 
ample capacity to more than supply the city with that desirable article. 
Of course, we mean the plain article — not the fancy, which is designed to 
suit the olfactory nerves without any regard to utility. 

Last, but not least, we may mention the ladies' department. There 
are ten millinery shops and fifteen dress making establishments, to say 
nothing of the numerous ladies who are engaged most of their time in 
making dresses at their residences. 

Coffee and Spice Mills. — N. Dingley, G-eo. C. Heisch, F. Kreuzberger 
and L. Kreuzberger have coffee and spice mills, which are employed in 
preparing these articles for the market. They, after supplying the home 
market, furnish wholesale dealers who are engaged in the interior trade, 
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248 APPENDIX. 

State Officers. 

Executive Department — H. H. Haight, Governor ; res, 227 H st. 

William Holden, Lieutenant Governor, Mendocino county; res, 

Golden Eagle, 189 K st. 
Edward R. Taylor, Governor's Private Secretary ; res, 41 M st. 

Secretary op State — H. L. Nichols ; res, 265 F st. 
L. B. Harris, Deputy; res, 7th st bet G and H. 
A. J. Nichols, clerk - } res, 265 F st. 
Marshall Thomas, clerk ; res, cr 9th and E sts. 
George White, porter ; bds Miss Bennett, 4th st bet J and K. 

Controller — Robert Watt ; bds Orleans hotel, 2d st. 
E. M. Howison, clerk ; rms Latham bldg, 53 J st. 
J. W. C. Coleman, clerk ; bds Golden Eagle, 189 K st. 
Tabb Mitchell, clerk ; bds Golden Eagle, 189 K st. 
L. H. Fuller, clerk ; bds Clinton house, 119 3d st. 
Anthony Hubbs ; res, n w cr H and 14th sts. 

Treasurer — Antonio F. Coronel ; res, 13 7th st bet H and L 
John W. Shore, clerk ; bds 13 7th st bet EL and I. 
J. Frank Clark, clerk ; res, 273 E st. 

Attorney General — Jo. Hamilton; office. 51 J st; rms Union hotel, 
2d st bet J and K. 

Surveyor General — John W. Bost ; office, 189 J st ; bds Golden Eagle, 

189 K st. 
Edward Twitchell, Deputy Surveyor; office, 189 J st; bds Golden 

Eagle, 189 K st. 
Duncan Beaumont, clerk ; bds Golden Eagle, 189 K st. 
A. J. Kimbell, clerk State Land Office, 189 J st ; bds Golden Eagle, 

189 K st. 

Harbor Commissioners — James H. Cutter, James Laidley and S. S. 
Tilton ; res, San Francisco. * 

Robert E. C. Stearns, Secretary; res, San Francisco. 

State Printer — D. W. Gelwicks ; res, Placerville. 

Supt. Public Instruction — O. P. Fitzgerald ; res, San Francisco. 

Military — George S. Evans, Adjutant; office, St George bldg; res, n e 
cr 3d and P sts. 
Ustick Wm. M., clerk ; res, Orleans hotel, 2d st. 
Charles L. Robinson, clerk; res, H st bet 16th and 17th. 

Reporter Supreme Court — John E. Hale. 

[For Judges of the Supreme Court, Clerk and State Librarian, see pages 18, 21.] 

Members of the Legislature— Seventeenth Session. 

Senators. 

♦Banning Phineas, Union, Los Angeles ; Post Office, Wilmington. 

♦Bradley E. L., Union, Placer, Dutch Flat. 

♦Belden David, Union, Nevada, Nevada City. 

Beach Horace, Union, Yuba, Marysville. 

Conn Wm. A., Democrat, San Diego and San Bernardino, San Bernardino. 

Curtis N. Greene, Democrat, Sacramento, Sacramento City. 

Conly John, Union, Butte, Plumas and Lassen, La Porte. _ 

Chappell J. N., Union, Shasta and Trinity, Shasta. I 



APPENDIX. 249 

*Ewer S., Union, Butte, Plumas and Lassen, Oroville. 

♦Freeman J. W., Democrat, Fresno, Kern and Tulare, Havilah. 

Green James J., Union, Contra Costa and Marin, San Quentin. 

Hager John S., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

Hunter George W., Democrat, El Dorado, Spanish Dry Diggings. 

♦Hardy Thomas, Union, Calaveras, Copperopolis. 

♦Heacock E. H., Union, Sacramento, Sacramento City. 

♦Johnson James, Democrat, El Dorado, Placerville. 

Kincaid H., Democrat, San Francisco and San Mateo, Eedwood City. 

Lawrence James H., Dem., Mariposa, Merced and Stanislaus, Mariposa. 

Lewis E. J., Democrat, Tehama and Colusa, Bed Bluff. 

MacDougall F. A., Democrat, Monterey and Santa Cruz, San Juan. 

Mandeville J. W., Democrat, Tuolumne, Mono and Inyo, Columbia. 

Morrill D. L., Democrat, Calaveras, Campo Seco. 

Mur6h L. JEL, Eep., Del Norte, Humboldt and Klamath, Forks Salmon R, 

♦Murphy P. W., Dem., San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo. 

♦Mizner L. B., President pro tem., Union, Solano and Yolo, Benicia. 

Perley J. E., Union, San Joaquin, Woodbridge. 

Pendegast Win. Wirt, Democrat, Napa, Lake and Mendociao, Napa City. 

♦Pearce George, Democrat, Sonoma, Petaluma. 

♦Pratt L. E., Union, Sierra, Downieville. 

Roberts E. W., Union, Nevada, Grass Valley. 

♦Rose A. H., Democrat, Amador and Alpine, Amador City. 

♦Robinson Henry, Union, Alameda, Alameda. 

Saunders John H., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

♦Shaw W. J., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

Tweed Charles A., Union, Placer, Auburn. 

♦Tubbs A. L., Union, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

♦Teegarden E., Union, Sutter and Yuba, Marysville. 

♦Wolcott Oliver, Union, Tuolumne, Inyo and Mono, Sonora. 

♦Wadsworth E., Union, Siskiyou, Yreka. 

♦Hold over. 

% Officers of the Senate. 

John White, Union, Secretary, San Francisco. 

Wilbur F. Huestis, Union, Assistant Secretary, Eureka, Humboldt Co. 

F. S. Lardner, Union, Sergeant-at.Arms, Sacramento City. 

T. Mahony Union, Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, San Quentin, Marin Co. 

C. E. Barnes, Union; Minute Clerk, La Porte, Plumas Co. 

John E. Dent, Union, Journal Clerk, Sacramento City. 

W. H. Frink, Union, Engrossing Clerk, Sacramento City. 

W. L. Hawkins, Union, Enrolling Clerk, Gold Run, Placer Co. 

A. W. Perley, Union, Copying Clerk, Sacramento City. 

B. S. Mason, Union, Copying Clerk, Centreville, Alameda Co." 

Geo. W. Dixon, Union, Assistant Clerk at Secretary's desk, Grass Valley. 
Hev. James S. McDonald, Union, Chaplain, Sacramento City. 

Representatives. 

Bylajid, C. T., Speaker, Democrat, Santa Clara; Post Office, San Jose. 
Agnew W. Z., Democrat, Santa Clara, Gilroy. 
Abies Thomas J., Union, Marin, Tomales. 
Ayer Isaac, Union, Calaveras, Murphy's. 
Bever T. S., Union, Calaveras, Rich Gulch. 
Brown Thomas A., Union, Contra Costa, Martinez. 
Bird, A. B., Democrat, El Dorado, Latrobe. 
Buckbee, J. E., Union, Plumas and Lassen, Quincy. 

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250 APPENDIX. 

Biggs Marion, Democrat, Sacramento, Sacramento City. 
Battelle T. S., Union, Sierra, Sierra Yalley. 
Broderson B. J., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
Brown J. C, Democrat, Tulare and Kern, Yisalia. 
Bachelder A. J., Union, Yuba, Foster's Bar. 
Church A. M., Union, Alameda, Alvarado. 
Crigler John C., Democrat, Napa and Lake, Lakeport. 
Cochran K. M., Democrat, Batte, Chico. 
Cureton William H., Democrat, Mendocino, Ukiah Valley 
Coggins Paschal, Union, Sacramento, Sacramento City. 
Comte A., Jr., Democrat, Sacramento, Sacramento City. 
Caldwell William, Democrat, Sonoma, Cloverdale. 
Canavan Matthew, Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
Connelly David W., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco' 
Clark L. B., Democrat, Yuba, Smartsville. 
Days J. M., Union, Nevada, Grass Valley. 
Dornin George D., Union, Nevada, North San Juan. 
Downer J. W., Union, Sierra, Table Kock. 
Dryer Perry, Union, Shasta, Shasta. 

Davies William A., Union, Tuolumne, Mono and Inyo, Columbia 
Dwinelle John W., Union, Alameda, Oakland. 
Ellis Asa, Democrat, Los Angeles, El Monte. 
Frisbie John B., Union, Solano, Vallejo. 
Fairchild J. A., Democrat, Siskiyou, Fort Jones. 
Farish T. E., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
Gregory J. B. , Democrat, Amador and Alpine, lone City. 
Green W. S., Democrat, Colusa and Tehama, Colusa. 
Gildea Charles, Democrat, El Dorado, Placerville. 
Giltner Francis, Democrat, Mariposa, Mariposa. 
Hayes Benjamin, Democrat, San Diego, San Diego. 
James John M., Democrat, San Bernardino, San Bernardino. 
Jones T. E., Union, Trinity, Douglas City. 
Kelley John M., Democrat, Yolo, Woodland. 
Lee Bruce B., Democrat, Sacramento, Rancho de San Juan. 
. Lupton Samuel L., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
Mentzel Otto, Democrat, Calaveras, West Point. 
Morrow L. J., Union, San Joaquin, Farmington. 
Mattingly B. L., Democrat, San Mateo, San Mateo. 
Moore JohnH., Democrat, Santa Clara, San Jose. 
Martin Silas M., Democrat, Sonoma, Petaluma. 
Middleton John, Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
Mahon Frank, Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
McElhany Wm. T., Union, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo, Santa B. 
Mace It. Jr., Democrat, Fresno, Millerton. 
Mardis B. A., Democrat, Tuolumne, Mono and Inyo, Sonora. 
Meagher Michael, Dem., Tuolumne, Mono and Inyo, Independ'e, Inyo Co. 
Newell Hugh B., Democrat, El Dorado, Gold Hill. 

Newson John M., Democrat, Merced and Stanislaus, Hill's F'y, Merced Co 
Ord W. M., Democrat, Butte, Martinsburg. 
Oliver Warner, Union, San Joaquin, Stockton. 
O'Mally J. J., Sp.pro. tern, Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
Payne Geo. M., Democrat, Amador and Alpine, Monitor, Alpine Co. 
Pardee George, Union, Santa Cruz, Watsonville. 
Papy Jasper J., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 
.Rollins H. G., Union, Nevada, Meadow Lake. 



APPENDIX. 251 

Rector Thomas H., Democrat, Klamath and Del Norte, Trinidad. 

Euss A. G., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

Spencer C. G., Union, Placer, Forest Hill. 

Spilman B. R., Democrat, Sutter, Yuba City. 

Steele Elijah, Democrat, Siskiyou, Yreka. 

Scudder Frank V., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

Smith J. K., Union, Yuba, Smartsville. 

Tully E. C, Democrat, Montery, Gilroy. 

Tuttle C. A., Union, Placer, Auburn. 

Westmoreland Charles, Union, Humboldt, Eureka. 

"White James D., Union, Nevada, Washington. 

Watson James A., Democrat, Los Angeles, Los Angeles. 

Waldren M., Union, Placer, Lincoln. 

Wolleb Charles, Democrat, Sacramento, Sacramento City* 

Willets Stephen, Democrat; El Dorado, Green Valley. 

Warfield J/ B., Democrat, Sonoma, Sonoma Valley. 

Wand Thomas N., Democrat, San Francisco, San Francisco. 

Officers of the Assembly. 

John A. Eagon, Democrat, Chief Clerk, Fiddletown, Amador eouuty. 

J. K. Luttrell, Democrat, Sergeant-at-Arms, Fort Jones, Siskiyou county. 

William S. Byrne, Dem., Assistant Clerk, Grass Valley, Nevada oounty. 

Newton Benedict, Democrat, Minute Clerk, San Francisco. 

D. F. Beveridge, Democrat, Enrolling Clerk, Fairfield, Solano county. 

R. M. darken, Democrat, Engrossing Clerk, San Jose, Santa Clara county. 

H. G. Sieberst, Democrat, Journal Clerk, San Francisco. 

W. S. Cooper, Democrat, Copying Clerk, Sonora, Tuolumne county. 

Juan J. de la Guerra, Democrat, Copying Clerk, Santa Barbara. 

W. H. Peterson, Democrat, Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, Los Angeles. 

William G. English, Dem., Clerk to Sergeant-at-Arms, Sacramento City. 

Rev. T. H. B. Anderson, Democrat, Chaplain, 'Sacramento City. 

The Legislature convened the second day of December, 1867. The 
Democratic Caucus convened on the evening of the 10th, organized and 
adjourned without taking a vote. On the evening of the 11th, twelve 
candidates for United States Senator were voted for, Eugene Casserly 
receiving nine votes. The Caucus continued from night to night until the 
evening of the 19th, when, upon the forty-eighth ballot, Casserly received 
forty-four votes, and was declared nominated. The next day he was 
elected by the Legislature, in Joint Convention, United States Senator, 
for the term of six years, to succeed John Conness, whose term ©spires 
the 4th of March, 1869. 



COUNTY DIRECTORY. 



In preparing the following the poll books and assessment roll were 
relied upon for .data, hence it may not contain the names of every citizen 
or be exactly correct in other particulars ; however, it will approach the 
line of correctness near enough for practical purposes. 

Alabama Township. 

Alabama township is in the extreme southeastern portion of the county. 
It comprises four townships of the United States survey, to wit : 5 and 6 
north, and 7 and 8 east. It is bounded on the north by Lee and Cosumnes 
townships, on the east by Amador county, south by Dry Creek and San 
Joaquin county, and on the west by Dry Creek. There is but one polling 
place or precinct in the township, to wit: No. 31 (polls at the Laguna 
House), at which place forty-nine votes were cast at the general election 
of 1867. Gorham, for Governor, received 15, Haight 32, and Fay none; 
J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received 17, and William Holden 32. 

Justices of the Peace — J. M. Short and T. Masterson. Constables — 
Job Mason and S. Boardman. 

RESIDENTS. 

Bachant Louis, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Baily G. H., farmer, native, near Laguna. 
Baily W. H., farmer, native, near Laguna. 
Baily J. J., farmer, native, near Laguna. 
Baker J. H., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Barton Joshua, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Barton Jonathan, farmer, native, l)ry Creek. 
Blair Darwin C, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Bolton Curtis, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Boardman Samuel, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Briggs C. T., farmer, native, Alabama township. 
Bray Preston M., farmer, native, near Laguna. 
Bruee Eobert, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Campbell G. R., farmer, native, Laguna. 
Cann Seymour, Alabama township. 
Casper Mathias, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Coppin Robert, farmer, Laguna. 
Cowan William C, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Daniels Barton, farmer, native, Alabama township. 
Dobson John, Alabama township. 
Egen James, farmer, Laguna. 
Ellison James A., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
England Joseph, Alabama township. 
Evans Evan, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 



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Ewing Samuel, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Fincher Robert, farmer, Alabama township. 
Fitzpatrick James, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Fitzpatriek William, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Foncett William, farmer, Laguna. 
Fowler Thomas H., farmer, native, Laguna. 
Galbraith James, farmer, naturalized, Laguna. 
Galbraith Samuel, farmer, naturalized, Laguna. 
Goodman Marmaduke, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Haller Henry, Sr., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Haller Henry, Jr. , farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Harris Joseph J., Alabama township. 
Henderson James, Alabama township. 
Holmes Jeremiah P., Alabama township. 
Johnson James F., Alabama township. 
Kelly Daniel B,, farmer, native, Laguna. 
# Kelly Edward, Alabama township. 
Keeley J. W., Alabama township. 
Keller Philip, Laguna. 
Keefe John, farmer, Cosumes river. 
Keinifick John, Alabama township. 
Kerns John, Alabama township. 
Kimberlain John, Alabama township. 
Lampkin H., Alabama township. 
Lane William, Laguna. 
Lee Conrood, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Lemon William H., farmer, native, Laguna. 
Lemon David, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Lords Walden, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Lowery Leonidas, farmer, native, Cosumnes river. 
Marlette Elisha, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Makham Ignacius, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Mason Job, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Masterson Edward, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Masterson Terrence, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Masterson Hugh, farmer, native, Dry Creek. % 
McKee George N., farmer, Dry Creek. 
McMahan Philip, farmer, Alabama township. 
McQuirk James, farmer, Alabama township. 
McMurrain John, farmer, Gosumnes river. 
Meiss Henry D., farmer, Laguna. 
Meiss Lewis, farmer, native, Laguna. 
Miller John F., Alabama township. 
Miller William, Alabama township. 
Monsch Martin, Alabama township. 
Mitchell William, farmer, native, near Laguna. 
Morgan J. F., Alabama township. 
Moberry J. L., Alabama township. 
Myre Henry, Alabama township. 
Patten H. C, Dry Creek. 
Peck Jonathan, Alabama township. 
Peck Nathaniel, Alabama township. 
Pratt C. R., Cosumnes river. 
Presbury Edward H., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 
Putney H. S., farmer, native, Cosumnes river. 



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Putney George, farmer, native, Cosumnes river. 

Quiggle Bolascio, farmer, Laguna. 

Beams Alexander, farmer, Dry Creek. 

Riley John, farmer, Laguna. 

Robinson Daniel, farmer, native, Laguna. 

Russell Wm. J., farmer, native, Cosumnes river. 

Sayles D. W., farmer, Alabama township. 

Schultz Charles, farmer, Dry Creek. 

Shields Robert, Alabama township. 

Short James M., farmer, native, Laguna. 

Short Joel F., farmer, native, Laguna. 

Sibert Henry, Alabama township. 

Smithsen George, Alabama township. 

Southerland James, farmer, native, Dry Creek, 

Steele Thomas, farmer, Laguna. 

Steele John, farmer, Laguna. 

Street James, farmer, Laguna. 

Sullivan Frederick, farmer, Dry Creek. 

Taylor Thomas J., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 

Taylor Silas M., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 

Tavener Thomas, farmer, Cosumnes river. 

Thompson Kirby, Dry Creek. 

Touhey John, Laguna. 

Turney Peter, Dry Creek. 

Waldorf, Cornelius, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 

Walker G. W., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 

Webb B. H., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 

Whitmore B. F., farmer, native, Laguna. 

White William, farmer, native, Laguna. 

White Lawson R., farmer, native, Laguna. 

Whitney Joseph R. , farmer, Laguna. 

Wilson James, farmer, native, Laguna. 

Woodruff Jackson, Alabama township. 

Work James, farmer, Cosumnes river. 

Work Robert, farmer, Cosumnes river. 

Wolf S. H., Alabama township. 

Young William H., farmer, native, Dry Creek. 

Young Thomas, farmer, native, Dry Creek. 



American Township. 

This township is in the northwest corner of Sacramento eonnty, and 
is bounded on the west by the Sacramento river, on the south by the 
American, on the east by a north and south line running through, the 
center of townships 9 and 10 (United States survey) north, range 5 east, 
and on the north by the line of the county. It is nearly all swamp and 
overflowed land, and constitutes Swamp Land District No. 1. There are 
two voting places or precincts in this township. At No. 10 (Couch's Sa- 






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loon), there were cast at the general election of 1867 forty-six votes, H. 
H. Haight receiving 27, George C. Gorham 14, and Caleb T. Fay 4; J. P. 
Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received 20, and William Holden 26. At 
Precinct No. 34 — polls at Six Mile House, on the Marysville road — there 
were cast 27 votes, of which H. H. Haight received 13, George C. Gorham 
6, and Caleb T. Fay 8 ; J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received 14, 
and William Holden 13. 

Justices of the Peace — George Cone, address, Couch's Saloon; W. 
N. Bacon, address, Couch's Saloon. Constables — C. A. Evert, address, 
Couch's Saloon ; Cyrus A. Cooper, address, Six Mile House, on the Ma- 
rysville road. 

RESIDENTS 

Allen Charles H., farmer, native, American township. 

Anderson Iradell, laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Ashba John R., shepherd, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Babcock LB,, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Bacon Warren N., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Baker R. N., farmer, native, American township. 

Bane John P., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Basler Martin, farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Basteen Alexander, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Bearmus Ira, farmer, American township. 

Bennett Moses S., farmer, American township. 

Bryant Crahan, farmer, native, American township. 

Budd Henry, farmer, native, American township* 

Campbell G., farmer, native, American township. 

Canon Charles, teamster, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Carden Robert, farmer, native, American township. 

Carroll Thomas, farmer, Arcade. 

Chubb Henry, farmer, native, American township. 

Chittinding James K., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Cole N. V., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Callicot William G., carpenter, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Cone George, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Connell Giles F., teacher, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Coonsman William, farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Cooper Cyrus A., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Cooper, Stephen T., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct* 

Crocker Stephen, farmer, native, American township. 

Cummings F. H., farmer, native, American township. 

De Lorgy Charles, teamster, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Dixon Henry G., farmer, native, American township. 

Driver Francis A., laborer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Everett Charles A., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Finley William, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Flint Henry C, laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Foggerty William, laborer, Arcade. 

Foley Michael, milkman, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct, 

Foley Daniel, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Fosyth Philip, farmer, native, American township. 

Gallup Timothy A., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Gibson Francis, farmer, American township. 

Goddard G. H., farmer, American township. 

Green John, farmer, Arcade. 



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Hall Wm. M., shepherd, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Holmes Charles, laborer, native, Couch's Saloon Precinct. 

Hasmoy Kobert K., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Hawkins Abraham B., native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Howser R., farmer, native, American township. 

Haynie Wm., farmer, native, American township. 

Heald Lorien S., minister, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Hellendrechte F., farmer, Arcade. 

Hergest George, farmer, American township. 

Higginson L. B., teamster, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Hildreth Jonathan R., farmer, native, American township. 

Hildreth McCarty, farmer, native, American township. 

Honeywell Charles, carpenter, native, American township. 

Hartman Chris., teamster, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Houser Reuben, laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Howard John H., laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Hudson Samuel, farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Hubbard John, farmer, native, American township. 

Jackson R. D., farmer, native, American township. 

Johnson John R., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Johnston W. B., farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Judge John, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Judge Michael, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Keller William, farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Klinch Christien, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Knell Jacob, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Krawinkel John, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Krehmand Billings M,, farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

La Rue Hugh M., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Leak John Lewis, farmer, native, American township. 

Lower Oliver, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Market Charles, farmer, American township. 

Marquis John, farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Martin G. W., farmer, American township* 

Maulden B. F., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon preciDct. 

McCabe Terrence, farmer, Cascade. 

McConnell Charles, farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

McDermitt , farmer, Arcade. 

McHugh Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Meister Jacob, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Meister John, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Mieal Judge, farmer, American township. 

Milgate Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Milgate William, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Myers David, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Myres John L., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Norton George W., farmer, Arcade. 

Oakley Carey C, farmer, native, Couch'* Saloon precinct. 

Oliphant Henry, farmer, native, American township. 

Orth John K., farmer, native, American township. 

Park James TV., teamster, native, Conch's Saloon precinct. 

Patten Dewitt C., laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct, 

Prentiss William H., farmer, native, American township. 

Pruett Elijah, laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Ramsey James, farmer, native, American township. 



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Ramsey William, shepHerd, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Rawl Draper, farmer, native, American township. 

Heed David C., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Benwick James W., laborer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Rizway Samuel S., farmer, native, American township. 

JRingeison Philip, laborer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Bingeison John H., laborer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Biople Claude, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Rose David, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Byan James, farmer, Arcade. 

Schandony John, farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Schmetmeir Charles F., carpenter, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct; 

Shade George W., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Slight Enos T., dairyman, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Smith George, Teacher, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Smith William, farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Smith John B., farmer, native, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Smithmire Cbarles, farmer, American township. 

Speers Thomas M., farmer, American township. 

Steinmiller John, farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Steinmiller Lewis, farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Stranch David, farmer, American township. 

Strong Schyler, farmer, native, American township. 

Tilton Joseph B.., farmer, native, American township. 

Turley David J., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Wallace Orvis William, farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Weil Conrad, farmer, naturalized, American township. 

Wetheason Charles, farmer, American township. 

Williams James A., farmer, native, Six Mile House precinct. 

Wittenbach Rudolph, farmer, naturalized, Six Mile House precinct. 

Wittenbrock Henry, farmer, naturalized, Couch's Saloon precinct. 

Zeh Christian, farmer, naturalized, Crouch's Saloon precinct. 



Brighton Township. 

Brighton township is bounded on the north by the American river 
east by Lee township, on the south by San Joaquin, on the west by Sut- 
ter township. With reference to U. S. survey, it may be described as fol- 
lows : Bounded on the north by the American river, on the east by the 
range line between ranges 6 and 7 east, on the south by the township 
line between 7 and 8 north, and on the west by a line running north and 
south in the center of township 8 north, range 5 east. The western, 
southern and eastern lines are regular. This section of country is agricul- 
tural. There are two polling places or precincts in this township, No. 8, held 
at Brighton Post Office, at which 107 votes were cast at the general elec- 
tion of 1867, of which George C. Gorham, for Governor, received 38 ; H. 
H. Haight, 65, and C. T. Pay, 4; J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, 
received '40, and Wm. Holden 67. No. 9, polls at Jettison's School House, 

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at which 67 votes were cast, Gorham receiving 27 ; Haight, 18, and Fay, 
12; J, P. Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received 43 votes; Holden, 14. 

Brighton is the only Post Office in the township. 

Justices of the Peace — A. M. Green, A. D. Patterson ; Constables — 
W. B. Baker, Joseph J. Orn ; address, Brighton. 

RESIDENTS. 

Aldrich Milton, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Allen Edwin T., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Atherton George, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Bailey W. B., farmer, native, Oak Hill. 

Bailey Joshua T., contractor, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Bailey Joel D., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Baker Wm. M., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Baker Shubal N., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Baker George B., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Borton John, laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Beardslee, James, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Beckendorf Peter, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Beeding Frank, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Bell Joseph M., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Bishop William H., laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Blenbaugh David, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Blodgett R. D., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Booth John W., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Booth Anson, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Bon Edmund, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Boyd John J., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Breedlove John, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Brison William W., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Brown Sobeskie, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Brown Robert, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Bromlee David, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Burger Abram M., native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Burns Charles 0., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Byan William E., farmer, native, Biighton precinct. 

Campbell Jared, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Carson Wm., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Cave Reuben, teamster, native, Brighton precinct. 

Cave J. B., native, farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Cave David W., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Chinn Francis, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Clark, Thomas H., farmer, native, Brighton precinet. 

Close Andrew, laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Conner, George W., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Conner John C., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Conner Caswell L., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Coon Nathan B., hotel keeper, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Cornell James, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Crannel A., farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Crity William, farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Crooks John, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Cox Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Davenport Rufus, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Davenport James H., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 



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Davis Owen T., farmer, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct. 

Day James T., farmer, native, Brighton school house precinct. 

Detterding William, farmer, native, 15 mile house. 

Decker Charles L., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Disborough Daniel, merchant, Brighton precinct. 

Dougherty Kobert, machinist, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Dougherty James, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Eaton Elijah, laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Earl Peter, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Ellis Wm., H., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Enos James M. , farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Enos James Edward, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Evans J. A., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Failing Horace, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Fee Henry, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Finn Samuel, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Fisher Upton, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Fisher Phillip H., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Fitch E. F., teacher, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Fitch F. B., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Fitzgerald Joseph, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Fogle George, teamster, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Fenler Charles V., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Gardner Charles H., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Gardner M. B., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Gardner John E., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Gilbert Allen B., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Gilson Wm., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Gibson Joseph, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Goetschius John M., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Graham David, teamster, native, Brighton precinct. 

Graham Andrew J., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Green Allen M., teamster, native, Brighton precinct. 

Guen Morene, teamster, native, Brighton township 

Guen Reuben P., laborer, native, Brighton township. 

Gunter Jacob A., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Gunter Alfred M., teamster, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Halverson Carl, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Hanlon George, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Harlon George W., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Harrison E. B., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Harrison Hamilton C, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Hewner W. H., trader, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Hoey Patrick, farmer, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct. 

Hoey John, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Hodgkins Thomas, miner, native, Brighton precinct. 

Holmes Wm. M., laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Houck A., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Hoyt Samuel E., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Hufford James A., laborer, native, Brighton township. 

Humphrey Charles D., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Ives Caleb F., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Jackson George, farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Joyne Wm. M., laborer, native, Brighton township. 

Jones Wm., farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 



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Julliard C. P., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Kane Newell Sr., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Kane Newell Jr., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Keech Bartholomew R., laborer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Kelley Edward, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Kelley Peter T., farmer, native. Brighton precinct. 

Kellogg Nathan, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Kellogg Joseph, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Keiper Jacob, farmer, naturalized, Brighton township. 

Kilgore George M., farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Kinney William, farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Kinney John, laborer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Kirkpatrick James, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Kundzen Gunder, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Krimoner John 0,, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Ladd Huburt, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Lamb Owen, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Latham Hugh, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Lea Isaac, farmer, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct. 

Lea Ehodes, farmer, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct. 

Lent John C, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Lockett E. F. M., laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Lockett Richard S., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Loey James, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Lowell Charles S., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Lewell John, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Luber Charles, farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Manlove Wm. S., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Montis John, farmer, Willson's school house precinct. 

Monhen L., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

McCoin F. C, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

McClintock Cyrus F., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

McCollum Wm., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

McPherson Asa, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

McPherson B. D., laborer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Millard John P., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Miller W. V. R., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Miller Walter A., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Miller A. De Foust, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Miller John P., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Moore John W., blacksmith, native, Brighton precinct. 

Morgan A. C, teamster, native, Brighton precinct. 

Morrison John D., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Morrison Cornelius NT., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Morse Thomas, farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Morton E. G., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Morton Willis, laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Mudgett Lewis A., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Murphy Hiram, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Murphy Patrick H., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Needhan William, farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Neson S. B., farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Nerison George, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Newbert George W., miner, native, Brighton precinct. 

Newbert Elisha, miner, native, Brighton precinct. 



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Niles Bryant S., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Nix John T , farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Nordyke Abram, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Nordyke Abram A., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Nordyke Americus T., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Olsen Erich, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Orn Joseph J., clerk, native, Brighton precinct. 

O'Toole Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Parker Hiram A., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Parkison George W., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Parkison Wm. T., butcher, native, Brighton precinct. 

Parkison Wm. E., laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Patterson J. W., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Patterson Arnold D., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Patten Nathan, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Patten Joseph T., farmer, native, Willson school house precinct. 

Pearson Charles A., farmer, native, Willson school house precinct. 

Perkins Thomas C, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Pile William, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Powell Francis M., farmer, native, Willson school house precinct. 

Presley James M., farmer, native, Willson school house precinct. 

Pugh Samuel H., blacksmith, native, Brighton township. 

Putney C. D., farmer, native, Willson school house precinct. 

Quinn Francis, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Rayney A. H., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Robinson Edward, farmer; Willson school house precinct. 

Redding F. W., farmor, native, Brighton precinct. 

Relyea Simon B., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Ruby James, laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Robinson William H., farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Rockeman Jacob, miner, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Rooney John, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Rooney Patrick, laborer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Root Albert, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Ron tier Joseph, farmer, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct. 

Russell Pay ton, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Ryan John, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Saben E. J., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Sargent Enos, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Shaver Nelson, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Shaw Matthew, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Shields John, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Simmons William, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Skinner William, carpenter, native, Brighton precinct. 

Smith Lucius F., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Smith Joseph D., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Smith Martin L., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Smith Alonzo T., laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Smith George, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Smith William, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Sniden George, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Shonenburgh A. H. B., farmer, native, Brighton precinct 

Stana George F., laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Stephens Russell D., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Stephens Nathan, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 



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Stephen L. D., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Stone Leander L., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Stringfield George H., farmer, native, W illson's school house precinct. 

Studerus John, farmer, naturalized, Brighton precinct. 

Taylor John B., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Teed Charles J., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Thomas John, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Thompson Aaron, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Tillman Simon J., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Tibbetts William, farmer, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct. 

Toomey Maurice, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Toomey Cornelius, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Truex Jackson C, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Vollendorf William, farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Wallace Irwin, laborer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Waterman James, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Webber Chesley P., teamster, native, Brighton precinct. 

Weir James, farmer, native, Brighton precinet. 

Wells Eli, farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Williams John W., mechanic, naturalized, Willson's school house precinct 

Williams Elza, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Williams, Jeff., farmer, native, Brighton township. 

Williamson David L., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Willson George, farmer, native, Willson's school house precinct. 

Winget James M., farmer, Brighton precinct. 

Wolf, John H., farmer, native, Brighton precinct. 

Young James, farmer, Brighton precinct. 



Center Township. 

Center township is bounded on the north by Placer county, on the 
east by Mississippi township, which is range line 6 and 7 east, on the south 
by the American river, and on the west by American township. The 
major portion of this township is comprised in the Del Paso and 
San Juan grants. There is but one election precinct in this township — that 
No. 11 — polls at the Fifteen Mile House, on the Auburn road. 

At the general election of 1867, 54 votes were cast at that place. Gor- 
ham, for Governor, received 9, Haight 35, and Fay 8 votes ; J. P. Jones, 
for Lieutenant Governor, received 22, and Wm. Holden 32 votes. 

Justices of the Peace — J. C. Givens and John Chatterton ; Consta- 
bles — J. M. Cole and C. Donahue. 

RESIDENTS. 

Aiston John, farmer, native, Center township. 
Akers Jesse, farmer, native, Center township. 
Alpaugh Sylvester, farmer, native, Center township. 
Alpaugh James L., farmer, native, Center township. 
Anderson Iredell, farmer, native, Center township. 



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Anderson Mathias, farmer, native, Center township. 
Andrews Wm. A., farmer, native, Center township. 
Astill James, farmer, naturalized, Center township. 
Astill Eichard, farmer, naturalized, Center township. 
Beerman Herman, farmer, Fifteen mile house. 
Boon G. W., farmer, Fifteen mile house. 
Booram Joseph H., teamster, native, Fifteen mile house. 
Burnett Isaac H., farmer, native, Del Paso grant. 
Campbell James M. farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 
Campbell Peter C, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 
Covitt G. W., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 
Chatterton, John, farmer, native Fifteen mile house. 
Chatterton James S., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 
Clark Julius fl., farmer, native, Center township. 
Colbaker Florence, farmer, native, Center township. 
Colbaker, Theodore, farmer, native, Center township. 
Cole G. W., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Conghlan , farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Coyle Edward H., sheep raiser, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Cross John Francis, farmer, native, Center township. 

Curry Daniel, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Daly Elisha, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Diamond Patrick, farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Diviny, Wm., teamster, native, Fourteen mile house. 

Doan N. A., farmer, native, San Juan Grant. 

Donahue Cornelius, farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Driver E. S., farmer, Center township. 

Franks William M., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Foote William, farmer, native, Del Paso Grant. 

Gardnier Joel, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Giagno G. A., farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Giagne L. N. } farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Givens J. C, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Goddard E. B., farmer, native, Center township. 

Gray Joseph, farmer, naturalized, Center township. 

Hanson Obe, farmer, Dry Creek. 

Hall H. M., farmer, Dry Creek. 

Henri ch F. W., farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Holland Andrew J., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Holland Benjamin, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Holland James, miner, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Holcroft George W., teamster, native, Center township. 

Hunter James C, teamster, native, Sixteen mile house. 

Ingols Edward F., teamster, native, Center township. 

Johnson Levi, stock dealer, native, Sixteen mile house. 

Jones S. L., farmer, native, Fourteen mile house. 

Jones David E., farmer, native, Center township. 

Kees W., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Kollihen M., farmer, Center township. 

Lamphear G. P., farmer, native, Del Paso grant. 

Lanpi Eudolph, farmer, Center township. 

Lee Eichard H., physician, native, San Juan orchard. 

Lewis Daniel W., farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Lockett E., farmer, Center township. 

Lockhart Robert W., farmer, native, Fourteen mile house. 



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264 SACBAMENTO COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Maggaits William B., shepherd, native, Del Paso ranch. 

Merkins, Lucre, farmer, native, Center township. 

Miller George B., farmer, native, Del Paso ranch. 

Moore Alfred N., teamster, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Muldrow, James, farmer, native, San Juan ranch. 

Myers Daniel, farmer, Center township. 

Neff M. L., farmer, Seventeen mile house. 

Newingham James, farmer, native, San Juan ranch. 

Noble John, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Otto Herman, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Odonahue Cornelius, farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Pruett Uriah, farmer, native, San Juan grant. 

Perkins George, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Raabe Christopher, farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Ratcliff Samuel, farmer, Fourteen mile house. 

Sellers .Reuben, farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Schaper, J. H. C, farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Spooner Alfred, teacher, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Stytes Jonathan, farmer, native, Center township. 

Tuckney John, farmer, Center township. 

Tremley Paul, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

True G. B., farmer, native Center township. 

Tyler James S., farmer, native, Del Paso grant. 

Van Moren Peter, farmer, naturalized. Fifteen mile house. 

Van Vechten Tunis, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Voile Frederick, farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 

Wallett Voluntine, farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Woherman Carl, farmer, Center township. 

Whiting Hiram L., teamster, native, Center township. 

Wheardon, Theodore, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Williams John L , farmer, native Fifteen mile house. 

Winter John, farmer, native, Fifteen mile house. 

Woodworth John J., farmer, Fifteen mile house. 

Zeh Gotfiret, farmer, naturalized, Fifteen mile house. 



Cosumnes Township. 

Cosumnes Township is in the eastern portion of the county, bordering 
on the Cosumnes river. It is bounded on the north by Natoma town- 
ship, on the east by Amador and El Dorado counties, on the south by 
Alabama township, and on the west by Lee township. It is situated, as 
per United States survey, in township 7 and 8 north, range 8 east: The 
larger portion of this township is mineral lands. Michigan Bar, Cook's 
Bar, Sebastopol, and Live Oak are towns or villages within its limits. 
There are two election precincts in this township, to wit: No. 13 (Michi- 
gan Bar), at which 92 votes were cast at the general election in 1867. 

Gorham, for Governor, received 37; Haight, 40; Fay, 13. John P. 
Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received, 52 ; Wm. Holden, 40. 



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Precinct No. 14 (Sebastopol), cast 16 votes, of which Gorham received 
8, Haight 7, Fay 1. J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received 8, 
Wm. Holden, 8. 

Justices of the Peace — G. W. Heath and J. O. Sherwood; Constable, 
John Conran. 

Post Offices, Cosumnes and Michigan Bar. 

RESIDENTS. 

Addington Absalom M., potter, native, Michigan Bar. 
Aiken James, Michigan Bar. 
Alderson Henry, miner, native, Michigan Bar. 
Ames Amariah, nursery, native, Sebastopol. 
Anderson William K., farmer, native, near Stone House. 
Armstrong William, farmer, naturalized, Eagle Camp. 
Atkinson William H., clerk, native, near Michigan Bar. 
Atkinson George, merchant, native, near Michigan Bar. 
Bailey Benjamin, farmer, native, Cook's Bar. 
Balis George W., farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 
Baker Rignald P., miner, native, Michigan Bar. 
Barber William, miner, native, Michigan Bar. 
Boiland William, res, bet Michigan and Cook's Bar. 
Bliss Jerry, Michigan Bar. 

Bennett Francis L., waterman, native, Sebastopol. 
Breeding William, miner, native, Michigan Bar. 
Briggs Cyrus, farmer, native, north part township. 
Bright James, farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Bright Philip A., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Bright Henry A., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Brown Evaries A., farmer, native, Live Oak. 
Brown Thomas J., farmer, native, Pratt's Ranch. 
Brown Yirgil A., farmer, native, south of Michigan Bar. 
Brown Rer, Wire Bridge, 
Byram Henry S., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Carbine James, laborer, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 
Carr George T., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Caswell William A., clerk, native, Michigan Bar. 
Cass James, farmer, naturalized, Sebastopol. 
Clemmons, farmer, native, Stone House. * 
Clark Charles, Live Oak. 

Cleaveland Harmon, dairyman, native, Deer Creek. 
Conner Francis E., farmer, naturalized, Eagle Camp. 
Cooley Charles P., laborer, native, Michigan Bar. 
Coons W. W., farmer, native, Daylor's Eanch. 
Coveran John, saloon keeper, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 
Cox John, Daylor's Ranch. 
Coy W., Deer Creek. 

Craton William L., miner, native, Stone House. 
Curry John, Michigan Bar. 
Cutter L. C, Michigan Bar. 

Cummings James H., farmer, naturalized, near Wire Bridge. 
Dake John, blacksmith, native, south of Live Oak. 
Davidson Kenneth, physician, native, Michigan Bar. 
Dearth John I., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Dearth Erwin, farmer, native, Sebastopol. 
Deegan William, res Cosumnes river, west Gold Spring Ranch. 

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De Lamater G. B. T., merchant, native, Michigan Bar. 

Be Lamater Peter V., merchant, native, Michigan Bar. 

Dougherty Henry, miner, Michigan Bar. 

Dorin John, Deer Creek. 

Driscoll John, farmer, naturalized, near Pratt's Bridge. 

Eby Louis W., farmer, native; near Stone House. 

Elkins John, broom maker, native, Cosumnes township. 

England Lloyd, Live Oak. 

Fairchild Samuel D., shoemaker, native, Michigan Bar. 

Faren baker Augustus, farmer, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Favell David A., miner, native, Michigan Bar. 

Fay Michael, farmer, naturalized, Cook's Bar. 

Fitch Elbert F., teacher, native, Cosumnes township. 

Fitsibons Maurice, butcher, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Flyn Patrick, res bet Michigan and Cook's Bars. 

Forman Hambleton, farmer, native, Cosumnes township; 

Gaffeney Patrick, miner, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

GafFeney Michael, miner, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Gafford William C., laborer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Gafford Telotson, carpenter, native, Michigan Bar. 

Gafford Jonathan W., carpenter, native, Michigan Bar. 

Gallogly John, miner, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Gamble Samuel, miner, native, Live Oak. 

Gates Elijah H., miller, native, Michigan Bar. 

Giblin James, merchant, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Gilbert J. W., res 2£ miles south of Michigan Bar. 

Gimambros Andrew, Michigan Bar. 

Grogan John W., stage driver, native, Michigan Bar. 

Gunter A., res Zuraalt's Ranch, Deer Creek. 

Haase Peter, Western House. 

Hailing Joseph, farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Haggerty John, miner, naturalized, near Michigan Bar. 

Haley P., Western House. 

Hall John, farmer, native, Live Oak. 

Hamilton James H., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Harrington John, miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Hayden Zachariah, blacksmith, native, Sebastopol. 

Hayford C, res White Rock Springs. 

Heath George W., farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Heath Ebenezer G., potter, native, south of Michigan Bar. 

Henderson Russell, Michigan Bar. 

Himebach J oseph, blacksmith, native, south Live Oaik. 

Hoyt John, Michigan Bar. 

Hock Adam, farmer, naturalized, Live Oak. 

Horn Christian T., miner, naturalized, Sebastopol. 

Howe John M., teacher, native, Live Oak. 

Huffington John, res near Sol. Miser's. 

Hurley John P., miner, native, Cook's Bar. 

Hull A., Michigan Bar. 

Hutchison Robert S., farmer, native, below Pratt's Bridge. 

Ingersoll Owen, farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Irvin George E., blacksmith, native, Stone House. 

Jacobs W. W., Michigan Bar. 

Jordan James, ditch business, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Joslin H., Michigan Bar. 



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Johnson Jameg, Michigan Bar. 

Keeney Francis D., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

J&llian James, miner, naturalized, Sebastopol. 

Kutner Adelphi, merchant, naturalized, Live Oak. 

Lamb Larkin, hotel keeper, native, Michigan Bar. 

Leroy Lewis, Live Oak. 

Livermore Josiah F., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Lowery Jordan EL, miner, native, Michigan Bar. 

Lucan Frank, two miles north of Michigan Bar. 

Lynsh John, Michigan Bar. 

Machow Andros, farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Mack George, farmer, naturalized, Sebastopol. 

Mahan Philip, farmer, naturalized, Michigan JJar. 

Maiss Christian, farmer, Michigan Bar. 

Marshall Charles, Michigan Bar. 

Martin John, farmer, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Maupin Samuel F., shepherd, native, Sebastopol. 

McCabe John, miner, naturalized, Sebastopol. 

McCarty John ; res, between Cook's and Michigan Bar. 

McKune William, Michigan Bar. 

McKnight James, Agent Canal Company, Michigan Bar. 

McLaughlin Thomas ; res, three miles north of wire bridge. 

Meyers Frederick, Western House. 

Meierhefer K.; res, two miles east of Sebastopol. 

Mitchell Frances, merchant, naturalized, Sebastopol. 

Miles Jesse A., miner, native, Michigan Bar. 

Mendell John, Michigan Bar. 

Miser Solomon, farmer, native, Eagle Camp. 

Moley E. J., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Moore M. L., farmer, native, Carson Creek. 

Moore William; res, on the Lagoon. 

Morris L. J., Sebastopol. 

Monel James, Michigan Bar. 

Mosonto Charlesto, Michigan Bar. 

Myler Enoch, farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Myler Franklin, farmer, naturalized, Sebastopol. 

Myers William, laborer, Gold Spring Kanch. 

Nichols Edwin, farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Nietseke John J., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Olderson H., Michigan Bar. 

Olive Thomas P., clerk, native, Live Oak. 

Oliver Ephraim ; res, two miles northwest of Michigan Bar. 

Paschal John H., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Peters Eansom, teamster, native, Sebastopol. 

Pollock James, farmer, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Pollock Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Pool George W., butcher, native, Michigan Bar. 

Pratt Emanuel, farmer, native, Pratt's Ilanch. 

Privin Elipha G., blacksmith, native, Eagle Camp. 

Priddy J. J., Sebastopol. 

Prothero Wm., blacksmith, native, Michigan Bar. 

Prothero Devoe, blacksmith, native, Michigan Bar. 

Prothero Simon M., farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Prothero Fernando, farmer, native, near Michigan Bar. 

Prothero Jesse F., blacksmith, native, Michigan Bar. 



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Putnam Samuel, Michigan Bar. 

Rader Michael, farmer, native, near Michigan Bar. 

Rader Wm. D., farmer, native, near Michigan Bar. 

Rader Andrew J., farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Rader Isaac, miner, native, Cook's Bar. 

Rader John, water agent, native, Cook's Bar. 

Rader David H., farmer, native, Cook's Bar. 

Randle A., Sebastopol. 

Reed John, farmer, native, near Live Oak. 

Reed R. D., Michigan Bar. 

Reed Thomas, miner, native, Live Oak. 

Robinson Calvin P., shoemaker, Michigan Bar. 

Robinson John, miner, native, Cosumnes township. 

Rutherford Wm. H., miner, native, near Live Oak. 

Rummer Charles, Michigan Bar. 

Sarina John, Michigan Bar. 

Schaeffer John R., teacher, native, Sebastopol. 

Scott John P., Eagle Camp. 

Seguine John B., miner, native, Cook's Bar. 

Seeley Asa P., butcher, native, Michigan Bar. 

Sherwood Jonathan O., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Shepardson Louis, stage driver, native, Cosumnes township. 

Spong Samuel W., miner, native, Cosumnes township. 

Strickman Frederick, miner, maturalized, Sebastopol. 

Small W. V., Michigan Bar. 

Smith Thomas H., miner, native, Cook's Bar. 

Smith Charles, miner, native, Michigan Bar. 

Sweat George W., miner, native, Michigan Bar. 

Talbot Mathew J., farmer, native, near Michigan Bar. 

Talbot Henry T., farmer, native, near Michigan Bar. 

Thompson John W., miner, native, Sebastopol. 

Thompson, Charles, carpenter, native, Sebastopol. 

Tilton Lorenzo, miner, native, Eagle Camp. 

Transue Jacob, Jr., farmer, native, near Michigan Bar. 

Vaid Peter, miner, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

"Valentine John, hotel keeper, native, Michigan Bar. 

Walch Martin, Michigan Bar. 

Wayman Francis W. , miner, native, Cook's Bar. 

Wencum Herman, Western House. 

Wegstine George, Western House. 

Wheelwright Joseph H. , farmer, native, Cosumnes township. 

White B. F., Cook's Bar. 

White Samuel W., farmer, native, Michigan Bar. 

Whitman Tyler S., engineer, native, Cosumnes township. 

Wilber Uriah S., farmer, native, Sebastopol. 

Woods James, Michigan Bar. 

Wright John B., farmer, native, north of Michigan Bar. 

Writbeck George W., miner, native, Cosumnes township. 

Yager Peter, brewer, naturalized, Michigan Bar. 

Yoso Peter, Michigan Bar. 



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Dry Creek Township. 

Dry Creek Township is situate between the Cosumnes river and Dry 
Creek. It is bounded on the north by Cosumnes and San Joaquin Town- 
ships, on the south by Dry Creek and San Joaquin county, on the west 
by Cosumnes river, San Joaquin and Franklin Townships. According to 
the United States survey, it comprises township 5 north, range 5 and 6 
east, and all that part of township 6 north, range 6 east, lying south of 
the Cosumnes river, making full two and one half townships of six miles 
square. The lands of this township are of a fine agricultural class, and 
are productive of hay and grain. There are two election precincts in this 
township, to wit : No. 29 — polls at Hicksville. At the general election 
held in 1867, there were 67 votes cast, of which Gorham for Governor, 
received 23; £L H. Haight 43; Pay, none; J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, received 22 ; Wm. Holden, 45. Precinct No. 30 — polls at Fugitt's] 
At the election of 1867, thirty-three votes were cast, of which George C. 
Gorham, received 22; H. H. Haight, 11; Fay, none; J. P. Jones, for 
Lieutenant Governor, received 22; Wm. Holden, 11. 

Justices of the Peace, H. Kane, address Hicksville; M. Randleman, 
address, Fugitt's; Constables, H. C. Swain, at Hicksville ; John Mayer, at 
Hicksville. 

Post Office at Hicksville. 

RESIDENTS. 

Aldrich Milten, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Arbuckle Hugh farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Banden Wm., farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Bell Kufus K., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Berry Isaac, laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Birchlin John L., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Brewster John, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Briggs Eobert B., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Brizolard Louis, farmer, naturalized, Fugitt's precinct. 
Brock Jeremiah, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Brock Wm., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Brock Columbus C, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Brome Wm. R., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Bruboker George W., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Bryant Amos B., dairyman, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Butler Alden G., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Butts David C, carpenter, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Cain Jacob, wheelwright, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Cantrell Darby H., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Oarr Seymour, farmer, native Hicksville precinct. 
Cartrell Michael, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Casey T. G., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Caussade L., farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Chadwick James, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Cootes John, school teacher, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Coe Francis M., cheese maker, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Corbett Wm., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Crawford Wm. B., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Crawford John McCreary, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Crawford Morgan, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Crens L. W., toll keeper, naturalized, Hick's bridge. 
Crone Weldon, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 



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Daily P. C, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Daily B. F., turkey raiser, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Davis David L., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Denson T. S., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Denson Thos. A., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Denson Orville, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Dillard Caleb E., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Dillard Columbus W., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Dillard Freeland O., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Douglass George N., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Douglass Matthew W., teamster, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Douglass James W., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Dyer Abraham, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Egan James, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct, 
Faucett Wm., farmer, naturalized, Fugitt's precinct. 
Fifield John L. , farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Foster George S., laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Foster Orin, laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Frazier Wm. M., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Frazier Wm., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Frank Lawrence, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Frank George W., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Freeman M., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Fremer John, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Fry Wm., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Fugitt Passhall C. , farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Fugitt Lawrence F., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Gates James B., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Gates Benj. F., laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
George James, saloon keeper, native, Hicksville. 
Goodrich Augustus, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Green John A., laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Grim John, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Grey Hector, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Hamilton R. W., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Harris Beaty C, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Harrison Bradford B., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Hart Charles E., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Harvey Charles W., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct, 
Hayden Robert H., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Hicks Wm., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Holden John M., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Holmes T. J., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Hughs E. K , farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Hull Philip, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Hull Joseph, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Hurbert L. , farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Joh&nt Lewis, laborer, Fugitt's precinct. 
Johnson Silvester D., hotel keeper, native, Hicksville. 
Johnson Mathew, farmer, Hicksville precinct. 
Johnson M., farmer, Hicksville precinct. 
K$ne John O., farmer, naturalized, Hioksville precinct. 
Kand Jacob, wagon maker, native, Hicksville precinct. • 
Kerby Clinton, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Kerr Thoa- B.> butcher, native, Hicksville precinct. 



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Kirby Hanson, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Kimberlin John, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Kinkade George H., farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Kreeger Solomon, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Laid John, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Lampheir Hiram, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Leboid John, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Linnill Clarington, clerk, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Longhram Thos., farmer, naturalised, Hicksville precinct. 
Lytle Francis M., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Maberry James, laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Mallet Henry, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Marony Dennis, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Martin Wm. G., laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
McAdams John, farmer, native, Hicksville. 
McCabe Joseph, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
McCabe Andrew, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
McCaffery Bernard, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
McCaffery Patrick, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
McCart Edward W., actor, native, Dry Creek township. 
McCan Perry, farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
McCloughry Samuel, laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
McFarland John, naturalized, Fugitt's precinct. 
McGreegan Thos., laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
McGuirk James, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Mclntire Bphraim H., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
McKinstry James K., dairyman, native, Hicksville. 
McWilliams David, farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
Merchel Peter, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Mich am D., laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Miles Ralph A., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Miles B. F., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Morrison Johnl., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Morton Joseph M., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Moyer John, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Murry Isaac D., farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
Murry Jonathan, farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
Need Michael, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Norfleet Gabrial, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Northrop James, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Northrop Smith, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Norton Griffiin, teamster, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Overmyre Jonathan M. , farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Packard Charles O., saloon keeper, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Phelps Wm., cheese maker, native, Dry Creek township. 
Proffit, G. L., farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
Putnam Edward, laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Putney George S., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Putney Henry S., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Hoe John S., farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Roy Ephriam, farmer, Hicksville precinct. 
Rafferty Wm. C, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Randleman Henry, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Randleman Michael, blacksmith, Fugitt's precinct. 
Randolph Gardiner, farmer, native Hicksville precinct. 



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Eandolph Thomas, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Randolph Alfred, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eandolph, Samuel T., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eandolph J. B., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eandolph Wm C, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eandolph Wm., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eouher Adam, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Richmond, A. B., carpenter, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eiley Peter, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Russell John M., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Eyan John, farmer, naturalized, Fugitt's precinct. 
Sample James T., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Sand Charles, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Scott James, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Show Addison, D., -farmer, native, Fugitt's precinot. 
Simenton, J. E., saddler, native, Dry Creek township. 
Slater Nelson, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Slaven John W., laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Smith W. P., merchant, Hicksville precinct. 
Smith Thomas, laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Smith Nelson D., laborer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Smith Alfred J., blacksmith, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Smith James, laborer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Springer Charles H„ farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
Ston Nick, farmer, Hicksville precinct. 
Swain Haskin C, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Summers D. B., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Taylor O. M., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Thomas John, farmer, native. Dry Creek township. 
Thompson James, farmer, native, Dry Creek township. 
Troie Francis, farmer, naturalized, Fugitt's precinct. 
Tyler Moses, teamster, native, Dry Creek township. 
Wall John, farmer, naturalized, Hicksville precinct. 
Weston Dennis, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Western Austin, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Wheeler James A., laborer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Whitaker Andrew, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Willburn Hugh, farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Williamson Peter T., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Williamson George S., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 
Wilson James, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Wilson Eufus, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Wiser, Hiram, farmer, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Wriston, Elihue R,, thresher, native, Fugitt's precinct. 
Young George W., farmer, native, Hicksville precinct. 



SACRAMENTO COUNTY DIRECTORY. 273 

Franklin Township. 

This township is bounded on the north by Sutter township, on the east 
by San Joaquin and Dry Creek townships and the Cosuinnes river, on the 
south by Mokelumne river and San Joaquin county and Georgiana town- 
ship, and on the west by the Sacramento river. It is described by the 
United States survey as follows : bounded on the west by the Sacramento 
river, on the north by the township line between townships 7 and 8 north, 
on the east by a north and south line running through the center of town- 
ships 6 and 7 north, range 5 east, on the south by the township line be- 
tween townships 5 and 6 north. It contains about two full townships of 
six miles square. 

This township stretches along Sacramento river. It comprises a great 
deal of fine agricultural lands. The mouth of Steamboat slough is in 
Franklin, about two miles from its southern boundary. Snodgrass 
slough, which is about six miles long, is mostly in Franklin township. 
The greatest length of the township, north and south, is sixteen and a 
half miles, and its greatest width, east and west, eleven miles. 

There are five election precincts in this township. No. 22 (polls, 
Union Hotel), cast at the general election, 1867, 38 votes, of which Gor- 
ham, for Governor, received 20, Haight 6, Fay 12. J. P. Jones, for Lieu- 
tenant Governor, received 33, Holden 5. 

No. 23 (polls, Freeport), cast 62 votes. Gorham received 22, Haight 
39, Fay 0. J. P. Jones 25, Wm. Holden 37. 

No. 24 (Georgetown or Franklin), cast 89 votes. Gorham received 
31, Haight 54, Fay 4. J. P. Jones 38, Wm. Holden 51. 

No. 25 (polls at Eichland), cast 45 votes. Gorham received 14, Haight 
24, Fay 6. J. P. Jones 22, Wm. Holden 23. 

No. 26 (polls at Onisbp), cast 27 votes. Gorham received 4, Haight 
9, Fay 13. J. P. Jones 18, Wm. Holden 9. 

There are three Post Offices in the township, to wit : Freeport, Onisbo 
and Richland. The mails to the two former are conveyed by the San 
Francisco steamers. 

Justices of the Peace — P. R. Beckley, address Franklin ; J. W. Nor- 
vell, address Freeport. Constables — H. Dalrymple, address Franklin; 
A. W. Scales, Freeport. 

RESIDENTS. 

Adams Amos, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Allen Lyman, farmer, native, Union Hotel precincfc. 
Allen Isaac C, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Allen Daty, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Allen Benjamin B., physician, native, Freeport precinct. 
Allmond John G., farmer, naturalized, Richland precinct. 
Anderson John, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Anderson Neal, farmer, Franklin precinct. 
Anderson Middleton, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Anderson James, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Anderson Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Franklin precinct. 
Andrews John S., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Andrews Wm. H., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Andrews James, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ashurst William, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ashurst A. J., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ashurst George C, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ashurst Robert, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

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Anker Levi, blacksmith, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Bagwell Asken, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Baldwin Elkanah, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ball Thomas, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Barney Aurelis, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Bartell 1. 1., teacher, native, Franklin precinct. 
Barton Charles A., farmer, native, Onisbo. 
Barton John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Barton Thomas N., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Barton James N., mechanic, native, Freeport precinct. 
Basticic Peter, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bates Benjamin, farmer, naturalized, Richland precinct. 
Beach Julius, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Beach Julius C, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Beaty James, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Beckley Benson D., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Beckley Pysom R., merchant, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bilby John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Billington Elijah, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Birchfield J. n ., teamster, native, Franklin precinct. 
Blair Thomas G., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bland Henry J., minister, native, Freeport precinct. 
Bloom TVm. H., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Blunt Levi, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Bohannen Eliott, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bradford James B., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bradford W, B., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bradford Philip B., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Bradley Ronson, laborer, native, Richland precinct. 
Bradlief John L., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Braham H. N., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Brackinridge R. G., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Brooks Judge T., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Brown Hugh C, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Brown Daniel, millwright, native, Freeport precinct. 
Brown Wm. T., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Brown Edmund, farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 
Browning Joseph T., thresher, native, Freeport precinct. 
Bryan Isaac, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Bump Addison J., merchant, native, Freeport precinct. 
Bump Elisha, shoemaker, native, Freeport precinct. 
Burgess Thomas J,, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Burton J. C, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Burton Chas., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Burton Jeremiah, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Burton Thomas N., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Cackley James, farmer, native, Richland. 
Calloway George L., farmer, native, Richland. 
Calloway Silas M., farmer, native, Richland. 
Carr Anthon J., laborer, native, Franklin township. 
Carroll Jacob E,, blacksmith, native, Franklin precinct. 
Causey Isaac, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Chamberlin John L., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Chennerey Alonzo H., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Childs C. D., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 



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Collins John, farmer, naturalized, Eichland precinct. 
Collins Warren, teamster, native, Eichland precinct. 
Collins James, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Cone G., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Cook John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Cooper Jefferson, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Cotter James, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Core Aaron F., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Crawford Augustas D., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Crum George W., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Crum James H., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Curry John, mariner, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Dalrymple Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Davis Isaac E., laborer, native, Union Hotel precinct, 
Davis Joseph A., laborer, native, Union Hotel precinot. 
De Castro Emanuel, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Dickey Sanford, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Dillon Stephen J., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Dodson Nelson H., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Dolan Felix, farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 
Doty Benj. F., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Downer E. G., teacher, native, Freeport precinct. 
Dewing Thomas, laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Doyl Peter, laborer, native, Franklin township. 
Dula fm., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Dupey John L., blacksmith, native, Franklin precinct* 
Dye Sperry, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Dye David S., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
T>ye Troy, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Ebe Jacob, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ebe Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ebe Joseph, farmer, native, Franklin precinot. 
Ehrhardt Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ehrhardt John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Epperson Anthony, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Epperson Willard J., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Epperson John F., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Epperson Charles A., farmer, native, Franklin precinct* 
Ernest Charles, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Fassett Henry H., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Fassett Lewis H., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Fical Jacob, blacksmith, natives-Union Hotel precinct. 
Fisher P. D., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Flinn Robert, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Flewer Wm. G., blacksmith, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ford Joseph L., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Fountain Joshua, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Fountain George W., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinot. 
Fountain W. A., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Franklin Wm., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Freeman John L., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Freeman Clarken O, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Frothingham George, farmer, native, Franklin township, 
Frye Wm. H., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Fuller Benj. C., farmer, native, Franklin precinct 



276 SACRAMENTO COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Fuller Mark, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Gallagher P., laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Gallagher James D., brickmaker, native, Freeport precinct. 
George Andrew, hotel keeper, native, Franklin precinct. 
German Robert, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Gibson Joseph, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Gilbert James, carpenter, native, Freeport precinct. 
Gillian Nathan, dairyman, native, Franklin precinct. 
Gillian George, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Glann Daniel, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Glann Peter, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Glasscock George W., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Goldman Charles, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Goldthwait Arnold, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Goslin Joseph, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Good Jacob A., harness maker, native, Franklin precinct. 
Greggs George M., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Green Joseph, farmer, Eichland precinct. 
Greer John J., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Greer G. A. G., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Greer Eobert A., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Greer Erskin, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Greer Andrew, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Greer Franklin, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Goss Franklin, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Grove W. T., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Guslie Eobert A. G., farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct 
Guthrie A. B., butcher, native, Freeport precinct. 
Hack George, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Hack George W., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Halley Joseph M., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Hamilton H. M., teamster, native, Eichland precinct. 
Hamilton Absalom, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Hannon James P., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Harris James H., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Harris John S., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Harruff Joseph, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Haskell John, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Hawley J. M., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Hawkins John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Hazen Willard, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Hicklin Edward, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Higginson Peter, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Hironymous John, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Hite Isaac N., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Hite Alexander, Sr., former, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Hogaboom James H., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Holland E. E., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Hollister Dwight, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Howes Henry A., hotel keeper, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Hudson Lewis P., laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Huff J. T., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Hull Charles A., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct 
Hull Leonard H. , farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Hunt I. W., butcher, native, Franklin precinct. 



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Hunt Thomas H., farmer, native, FrankMn precinct. 
Hutchinson Alvin E., merchant, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Hurlburt S. 0., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Jackson Joseph S., carpenter, native, Freeport precinct. 
Jaqua H. B., farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 
Jessup Addison C, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Johnson W. A., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Johnson Edward, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Johnson Hiram W., farmer, native, Union Hotel. 
Johnston Wm., farmer, native, Kichland precinct. 
Jones W. R., laborer, native, Richland precinct. 
Joy John, laborer, native, Richland precinct. 
Julian John S., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Julian Thomas B. , farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Kady Robert J. , farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Kannady Malichi, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Kama Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Keller James M., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Kennedy Joseph, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Keith John, farmer, naturalized, Union Hotel. 
Kercheval Reuben, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Kimbo James M., carpenter, native, Franklin precinct. 
King George A., blacksmith, native, Franklin township. 
Kite Milton T., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Koening Charles, laborer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Korn David, farmer, naturalized, Franklin township. 
Kork John, merchant, Franklin precinct. 
Lacy John, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Lamonntain Lawrence, teamster, native, Freeport precinct. 
Lamonntain Frank, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Landon Henry Clay, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Langdon Levi H., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Lemain Reuben E., shoemaker, native, Freeport precinct. 
Lee James W., blacksmith, native, Freeport precinet. 
Lee Matthew, farmer, naturalized, Union Hotel precinct. 
Lienbach Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Lockhart Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Lockhart Jefferson D,, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Lockhart Wm. H., teamster, native, Franklin precinct. 
Long Michael, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Lufkins David T., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Lyman Allen, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Mack Charles E., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Marlette Peter, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Maxwell Wm., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
McCracken Wm. F., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
McCracken J. G., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
McCain Wm. A., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
McCoy Alexander W., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
McCutchen P. S., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
McDonald N. C, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
McEnery Timothy, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
McLenahan David, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
McMelon T. D., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
McMin J. B., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 



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McMuny Michand, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

McNarly Thomas, laborer, Eichland precinct. 

Mead General, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Mealer Jefferson, saloon keeper, native, Franklin precinct. 

Mealer Chris. C, laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Meirill G. f grocer, native, Freeport precinct. 

Miller Jacob, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 

Miller Charles E., carpenter, naturalized, Franklin township. 

Miller W. S., farmer, native, Franklin township. 

Molle John, farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 

Monroe A. J., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Montgomery ft. C, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 

Moore J ames, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 

Moore I. W., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Morgan J. W., farmer, Yiative, Franklin precinct. 

Morgan I. W., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 

Morrow Joseph, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Mott Michael, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Mullally Joseph, brickmaker, native, Freeport precinct. 

Myers Jonathan, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 

Myers John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Myers Henry, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Nagle George D., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

Neves Manuel, farmer, Freeport precinct. 
Norvall J. W., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Ney George K., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 

O'Brien Dennis, farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 

Oliver John A., farmer, native, Franklin township. 

Oliver Archibald, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Olsen Jen, farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 
Opper John H., farmer, naturalized, Onisbo precinct. 
Orange Wm., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Osborn David, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Painter Levi, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Painter A. J., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Pachman A. C., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Parker John S., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Parvin E. R., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Peach C. H., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Pember Pacal, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Perkins Calvin, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Perkins Eobt., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Perry S. B., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Perch Thomas S., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Porter John L., carpenter, native, Franklin precinct. 
Prater Joseph, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Prewett David H., laborer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Proffer Ephraim, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Prosser R. E., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Pyne John G., civil engineer, naturalized, Richland precinct 
Eamsey George H., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Eand George E., laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Eattle John S., laborer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Eawlings Levi, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Eawlston Martin, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 






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Rector Wm., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Reith John, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Reihl Philip G., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Rice John S., laborer, native, Franklin township. 
Ricketts Henry, wagon maker, native, Franklin precinct. 
Ricketts L. A., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Rivard Lewis, hunter, native, Freeport precinct. 
Roach Pat., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Robertson L. R., Sr., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Robertson B. J., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Robinson James, carpenter, native, Franklin precinct. 
Roggers Francis, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Rose John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Rowe Jesse G., laborer, native,Freeport precinct. 
Rowe Jacob, laborer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Rundell John, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Runyon Jared, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Runyan P. P. B. M., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Runyon Armstead, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Runyan Solomon, farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Runyan Wm. S., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Runyan D. B., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Russell Wm., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Russell John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Russell E. G., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Russell George, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Russell Isaac, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Samples Marion E., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Sands Manuel, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Sands Robert, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Sanford Levi, farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Songer Frederick, farmer, native, Franklin township. 

Schendeman , farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 

Schlucins Heman, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Scales Alfred W., carpenter, native, Freeport precinct. 
Scales John L., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Schaler H. R., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Shaffer George V., machinist, native, Franklin precinct. 
Shank Philip, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Shailer Thos., farmer, naturalized, Franklin township. 
Sharp Lewis, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Shelman Jackson, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Sheridan James E., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Sheridan A. E., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Shew George, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Shine George, laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Shirland E. D., farmer, native, Union hotel precinct. 
Sholer Thos., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Sims J. V., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Sims Joseph, farmer, naturalized, Union Hotel precinct. 
Singer Frederick, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Smat James B., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Smith George, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Smith M., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Sperry Thos. R., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 



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Spencer Alex. H., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Stanley T., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Stanley I. H., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Stephens Alph, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Stephenson J. M., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Stroble Henry, laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Strong P. A., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Strothman P. H., farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Sullivan John, farmer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 
Sullivan J. D., farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Sutton Lewis, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Sutton Cornelius, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Sutton Wm. D., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Talmage C. V., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Terill 0. S., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Thomas Melzer, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Thomas J. H., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Thompson John, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Tibbets Benj., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Todd Edward, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Trask C. T., farmer, native, Onisbo precinct. 
Trever James, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Tryon Horatio, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
TJlton Nathan, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
TJrie Wm. M., hay baler, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Utter D., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Vaughn George W., carpenter, native, Eichland precinct. 
Vincent Freeman, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Wach Christian, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Walls David, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Walton Wm., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Walsh John, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Wakefield Geo. W., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Wantland Kinsey, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Warner Adam, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Warner Leonard, farmer, naturalized, Eichland precinct. 
Watson Wm., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Waultland Kinsey, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Warren Joseph, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Weaver James A., laborer, native, Franklin township. 
Wobb T. M., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Webb James Jr., farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 
Wells C, farmer, native, Union Hotel precinct. 

Westerman , laborer, naturalized, Freeport precinct. 

West Philo, farmer, native, Freeport precinct. 
Whelan A., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
White H., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
White Caleb E., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Whitcomb Silas, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Willard Lewis A., farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Willard Joel, farmer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Williams Nathaniel, physician, native, Eichland precinct. 
Williams E. S., farmer, native, Franklin township. 
Williams E., farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 
Williamson John, farmer, native, Eichland precinct. 



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"Wise Joseph, farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Woods Monroe, farmer, native, Onisbo. 
Woolley John F., farmer, native, Richland precinct. 
Wilson George C, laborer, native, Franklin precinct. 
Wilson Henry B., farmer, native, Franklin township. 



Georgiana Township. 

This township is somewhat singular in shape, having but one straight 
side, that is the northern line bordering on Franklin township. This line 
is five and three-fourth miles in length. Its eastern line, which also di- 
vides it from Franklin, is straight for about two miles, and then it follows 
the meanderings of the Mokelumne river. It is bounded on the south by 
San Joaquin county, on the west by the Sacramento river and Steamboat 
slough. What is known as Old river, Georgiana slough, Seven Mile 
slough, Three Mile slough, Jackson's slough, and many other smaller 
sloughs or lakes, are in this township. There are also several islands, 
among which are Grand, Wood, Larkin, Garrett's, Webber, Hammond, 
Burnett, Sherman, Tyler and Brannan. This township is extensive, but 
sparsely settled. By United States survey it may be described as being 
all that part of the county lying west of the range line between ranges 4 
and 5 east, and south of township line between townships 5 and 6 north. 
It is all swamp and overflowed land. It forms a part of Swamp Land 
District No. 2. Grand Island is District No. 3; Tyler, No. 4; Uuion 
Island No. 8 ; Brannan Island, No. 31 ; Staten Island, No. 38 ; Sherman 
Island constitutes Districts Nos. 50 and 54 ; Twichell Island, No. 56. 

There are three election precincts in this township : Precinct No. 27, 
polls at Walnut Grove, cast at the general election, 1867, 68 votes, of which 
Gorham, for Governor, received 30, Haight 35, Fay 3 ; J. P. Jones, for 
Lieutenant Governor, received 33, Wm. Holden 35. Precinct No. 28, 
polls at Shafer's, Brannan Island, cast 14 votes, of which Gorham, for 
Governor, received 2, Haight 9, Fay none ; J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant 
Governor, received 5, and Wm. Holden 9. Precinct No 33, polls at J. P. 
Faleman's, Sherman Island, cast 18 votes, of which Gorham received 4, 
Haight 14, Fay none ; J. P. Jones received 4, and Wm. Holden 14. 

Post Oflice at Walnut Grove. 

Justices of the Peace — Josiah Poole and D. Berry ; Constables — Cal- 
vin P. Hensley and Orin Miller. 

RESIDENTS. 

Adams Garland S., farmer, native, Old River. 
Achler Valentine, Franklin precinct. 
Albert Geo., Georgiana township. 
Ames Geo., carpenter, native. 

Andruss Geo., farmer, native, Walnut Grove precinct. 
Atkinson John J., Georgiana township. 
Bailey Joel D., farmer, native. 
Baker John C. ; farmer, native, Old River. 

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Ball John M., farmer, native, Andrus Island. 

Bell Charles, Georgians township. 

Beasley Eobert E., merchant, Sherman Island. 

Beasley Philip S., farmer, Sherman Island. 

Bennington James, native, Sherman Island. 

Berry D., Justice of the Peace, Walnut Grove. 

Berling Charles, farmer, naturalized, Old Biver. 

Biglow Adoniram J., farmer, Sherman Island. 

Blaisdell Joseph H., farmer, native. 

Boggs J. H., native, Sherman Island. 

Boggs Edwin C, farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Boggs Emery, shipwright, native, Sherman Island. 

Bond Samuel, Georgians township. 

Bradford W. B., Georgiana township. 

Bridges John E., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Brown Charles, Georgiana township. 

Brown, Joseph, farmer, naturalized, Old Biver. 

Buckley John, Georgiana slough. 

Butler S. S., Georgiana township. 

Burgman Frederick, Georgiana township. 

Burlin Charles, Georgiana township. 

Caswell Daniel, farmer, native. 

Cabanias Wm., merchant, native, Old Kiver. 

Carley Louis, hunter, native. 

Chamblin John L., merchant, native, Walnut Grove precinct. 

Chesson James, Georgiana township. 

Clark John, Georgiana township. 

Clark Mathew, farmer, native, Hog's Back slough. 

Coller E. F., Georgiana township. 

Coffey Henry, farmer, native. 

Comstock Jacob B., Old Biver. 

Cook Henry, Georgiana. 

Coryell Jabez T., farmer, native, Sherman Island, 

Cox Asa W., tarmer, native, Grand Island. 

Crawford S., Franklin precinct. 

Crew Pleasant, farmer, native, Old Biver. 

Curtis Abiel, farmer, native. Old River. 

Cutts Wm. H., farmer, native, Old Biver. 

Curry John, mariner, native. 

Dalton Alexander, farmer, native. 

DeBald Frank, Georgiana township. 

Doak James, farmer, native, Old Biver. 

Dodson Bitter, farmer, native, Old Biver. 

Dodson Milton, farmer, native, Old Biver. 

Doherty Owen, farmer, naturalized, Old Biver. 

Downey James M., farmer, naturalized, Old Biver. 

Edwards Samuel, Georgiana township. 

Edwards Andrew, fisherman, native. 

Elliott Orson H., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Eves Joseph, Georgiana township. 

Falges Wm., Georgiana township. 

Fallman John Paul, farmer, naturalized, Sherman Island 

Fipps Jesse, farmer, naturalized, Old Biver. 

Fipps Wm., Old Biver. 

First A., Georgiana township. 



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Foster Adoniram J., farmer, native, Old River 

Foster David, farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Frate Theodore, Georgiana township. 

Fowler Mortimer R., physician, native, Old River. 

Freeman Joseph J., farmer, native, Georgiana slough. 

Freeman Valentine, Georgiana township. 

Garrett Henry, farmer, native, Georgiana slough. 

Gleason John M., farmer, native, Walnut Grove precinct. 

Graham J. M., Georgiana township. 

Graves John, Georgiana township. 

Green W., Georgiana township. 

Green G. A. R., Georgiana township. 

Griffith George, Georgiana township. 

Hall Rodolphus B., farmer, native, Old River. 

Hall J. W., Georgiana township. 

Hanner J. H., Georgiana township! 

Hansen Peter, farmer, naturalized, Old River. 

Harris James H., Georgiana township. 

Hanshaw Thomas B., farmer, native, Georgiana slough. 

Head John, Georgiana slough. 

Hensley Calvin P., farmer, native, Old River. 

Heff Henry, Georgiana township. 

Henry A. M , Georgiana township. 

Hill Bartemas, farmer, native. 

Holtum Wm., farmer, naturalized, Old River. 

Ivy J ohn, Georgiana township. 

Jackson Wm., Franklin precinct. 

Jivon Wm. G., Georgiana township. 

Johnson Wm. S., fisherman, native, Wood Island. 

Johnson Charles, Georgiana township. 

Johnson Wm., Franklin precinct. 

Kitterman Henry, farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Kennedy John, Richland precinct. 

Knott George A., farmer, native, Old River. 

Krauss John C, fisherman, native, Wood Island. 

Lemoine Reuben E., shoemaker, native, Old River. 

Limhaugh James B., native, Brannan Island. 

Litner Louis C, farmer, Georgiana slough. 

Little John F., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Little Albert D., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Long Thomas, Georgiana township. 

Longfellow Nathan B., farmer, native, Twitchell Island. 

Longfellow Frank, farmer, native, Twitchell Island. 

Longfellow Alvin, farmer, native, Twitchell Island. 

Loveall Hiram, farmer, native, Grand Island. 

Loveall Jeremiah T., farmer, native, Grand Island. 

Madge Mathew, naturalized, Old River. 

Markham Willard, farmer, native, Sherman Islaud. 

Markham Henry C., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Martin Marshall, farmer, native, Old River. 

McCarty John, Georgiana township. 

Molntire Robert N., farmer, Georgiana township. 

Miller Miles, butter maker, native, Old River. 

Miller Jeremiah M., farmer, native, Old River. 

Miller Orrin, farmer, native, Old Raver. 



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Miller Wm., farmer, native, Old Kiver. 

Moffitt John, saloon keeper, native, Georgiana township. 

Muldowney James, farmer, naturalized, Georgiana township. 

Newman Henry, farmer, native, Georgiana township. 

Nunis M. C, Georgiana township. 

Nunis Frank, Georgiana township. 

Nunis Joseph, Georgiana township. 

Odell Harris Hurd, farmer, native, Old River. 

Odell Elias Woodruff, farmer, native, Old River. 

Parvin Eben R., farmer, native, Georgiana township. 

Pate Edmund, farmer, native, Mokelumne River. 

Pate Samuel, farmer, native, Mokelumne River. 

Perkins Frank, carpenter, native, Andruss Island. 

Perry Daniel G., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Phelps Clarence, farmer, native, Walnut Grove precinct. 

Phipps Jesse, Georgiana township. 

Phipps Wm., farmer, native, Georgiana slough. 

Phipps Samuel, farmer, native, Georgiana slough. 

Pierce John F., Georgiana slough. 

Plan alp John, farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Pool Josiah, farmer, native, Old River. 

Pool Jasper N., farmer, native, Old River. 

Pool Francis M., farmer, native, Old River. 

Ralston Solomon W. W., farmer, native, Brannan Island. 

Richards Wm., farmer, native, Old River. 

Rogers James, Georgiana township. 

Rogers Joseph, Georgiana township. 

Rogers Robert G., farmer, native, Georgiana township. 

Shafer John, farmer, native, Brannan Island. 

Shafer Wm., farmer, native, Brannan Island. 

Sharp J. W., farmer, native, Old River. 

Sharp Wm., H., farmer, native, Old River. 

Sherman John, farmer, native, Old River. 

Sidwell John F., farmer, native, Walnut Grove. 

Sleighton Robert, Sherman Island. 

Smith Hart F., farmer, native, Brannan Island. 

Smith Charles Elliot, farmer, native, Brannan Island 

Smyth Wm. E., farmer, native, Andruss Island. 

Smolesch Samuel, farmer, Georgiana township. 

Starret Oscar E., farmer, native, Sherman Island. 

Staton Joseph H., farmer, native, Old River. 

Strath man H., Georgiana township. 

Sylvery Frank, Georgiana township. 

Tevill Oliver S., farmer, native, Old River. 

Thisby George, Georgiana township. 

Trance John M., Georgiana township. 

Tracy Michael, farmer, naturalized, Old River. 

Tullis Allen M., farmer, native, Old River. 

Tuttle Joseph, Georgiana township. 

Twitchcll Edward, farmer, native, Sherman Island 

Tyler Walter C, farmer, native, Georgiana slough. 

Upham J. M., Georgiana. township. 

Weaver James A., farmer, native, Andruss Island. 

Weekman Wm., Georgiana township. 

Westfield B., farmer, native, Andruss Island. 



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Wilcox Wm., farmer, native, Andruss Island. 

Williamson Z., farmer, native, Old River. 

Wilson Henry G., fisherman, native, Sherman Island. 

Wilson Elijah, farmer, native, Old River. 

Wilson John, Georgiana township. 

Wise Joseph, farmer, native, Old River. 



Granite Township. 

Granite township is bounded on the north by the American river, on 
the east by Natoma township, on the south by Lee township, and on the 
west by Brighton township. According to the United States survey 
Granite township may be described as bounded on the north by the 
American river, on the east by the range line between ranges 7 and 8 
east, on the south by the township line between townships 8 and 9 north, 
and on the west by the American river. A portion of this township is 
mineral lands, and for a long time was successfully mined. The principal 
places of business are Folsom, Alder Creek, Salsbury's Station and Prai- 
rie City or Yiola. 

There are two election precincts in the township : Folsom, which cast 
at the general election in 1867, 222 votes, of which Gorham, for Governor, 
received 84, Haight 103, Fay 34. J. P. Jones, for Lieut, Governor, 126, 
Wm. Holden 96. 

There are three Post Offices in the township, to wit : Folsom, Sals- 
bury's and Viola. 

Justices of the Peace — John darken, address Folsom; John Eoff, ad- 
dress Folsom. Constables — T. J. Hill, address Folsom ; B. F. Riley, ad- 
dress Folsom. 

RESIDENTS. 

Adams Absalom B., farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Addison Stephen, Folsom. 

Ager Mak, postmaster, native, Folsom. 

Ager Lorin J., clerk, native, Folsom. 

Allen Chas., blacksmith, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Allen Chas., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Alexander Abraham, merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 

Anderson Hartford, carpenter, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Arrowsmith A. T., physician, Folsom. 

Atkinson George D., teamster, native, Folsom. 

Bates Benjamin F., dentist, native, Folsom. 

Beard Chas., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Beardslee Cyrus H., livery stable, native, Folsom. 

Beardslee John W., livery stable, native, Folsom. 

Beckley Gabriel, farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Becker Zadock P., saloon keeper, native, Folsom. 

Berry Reuben K. , Jr., telegraph operator, native, Folsom. 

Berry Wm., carpenter, native, Folsom. 



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Beton William, Folsom. 

Biggs Thomas, miner, native, Alder Creek. 

Blake Jason, laborer, native, Folsom precinct. 

Blewbaugh David, farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Boid Samuel Parkhili, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Bostwick ffm. McK., hunter, native, Folsom. 

Brann G. W., miner, native, Folsom. 

Bradley Cyrus H., merchant, native, Folsom. 

Bremer Ernest, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Bremer Wm., miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Bridwell John, blacksmith, native, Alder Creek. 

Brooks John H., engineer, native, Folsom. 

Brooks F., Folsom. 

Brown John O., merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 

Bugbey Benj. N., vintner, native, Folsom. 

Bundle James, miner, native, Folsom. 

Burk John, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Burk James K., minor, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Burgess John F., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Burgtorf Chas. W., saddler, naturalized, Folsom. 

Burnett T. F., Folsom. 

Burnham Joseph H., Folsom. 

Burnham James G., druggist, native, Folsom. 

Burham James H., druggist, native, Folsom. 

Burt John L., saloon keeper, native, Folsom. 

Byrne Michael, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Carlyle Wm., carpenter, native, Folsom. 

Carman Solomon, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Carrigan Michael, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Carrigan John, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Carroll John P., farmer, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Catlin Amos P., lawyer, native, Folsom. 

Christy Edward, naturalized, Folsom. 

Christy Hugh, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. t 

Clark Green leaf, machinist, native, Folsom. 

darken John, naturalized, Folsom. 

Clark James, Folsom. 

Clifford John H., miner, native, Folsom. 

Clinch Conrad, blacksmith, native, Folsom. 

Cohen Jacob, Folsom. 

Cohen Samuel, merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 

Cole Benj. F., machinist, native, Folsom. 

Collins A. G., Folsom. 

Coleman Chas. B., dairyman, native, Folsom. 

Comfort George M., water agent, native, Folsom. 

Coonay James, Folsom. 

Conelly James, Folsom. 

Conley Michael, quarryman, native, Folsom. 

Connley Michael, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Cones Alfred S., teamster, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Conlee James, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Courtlee Henry, merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 

Couch Jesse. 

Couch Thomas, Folsom. 

Cox Phineas, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 



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Crandall Peter G., dairyman, native, Folsom. 

Crossett Wm. C, laborer, native, Folsom. • 

Crouch John H., herder, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Crouch Thomas, Folsom. 

Crowell Abraham B., miner, native, Folsom. 

Crowell Wm. EL, printer, native, Folsom. 

Curran Hugh, naturalized, Folsom. 

Curran James, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Custer Geo. C, Carpenter, native, Folsom. 

Daley Joseph, miner, Alder Creek precinct. 

Dannan John, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Davis Wm. O., merchant, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Davis Moses C, shoemaker, native, Folsom. 

Davol James F., teacher, native, Folsom. 

Day Roger S., native, Folsom. 

Deely Nichols, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Delany Joseph, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Delany, James, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Dempsy Patrick, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Dennis Wm. H., carpenter, native, Folsom. 

Deckerson Elmore, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Donahue John, naturalized, Folsom. 

Donahoe John, shoemaker, naturalized, Folsom. 

Dolan Michael, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Doll Michael, steward, naturalized, Folsom. 

Donaldson, Alexander C, physician, native, Folsom. 

Donaldson Z. B., druggist, Folsom. 

Donnley Henry, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Doran Hugh, miner, native, Folsom. 

Dorrin John, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Dorrill Geo. W., blacksmith, native, Folsom. 

Dow Sewall L., machinist, native, Folsom. 

Dowden Samuel, farmer, naturalized, Alder Creek. 

Doyal R. H., Folsom. 

Dresser Wm. W., saloon keeper, native, Folsom. 

Dresser Jesse, saloon keeper, native, Folsom. 

Drew Moses M., saloon keeper, native, Folsom. 

Dugan James, miner, native, Folsom. 

Duncan John, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Dunning B. D., Folsom. 

Eastman Moses H., ditch agent, native, Folsom. 

Ecklin* Christopher L., butcher, naturalized, Folsom. 

Edler F. A., Folsom. 

Edwards Philander, blacksmith, native, Folsom. 

Ehrke Herman, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Eisin bower George M., machinist, native, Folsom. 

ElsworthWm., Willow Springs. 

Ely Andrew, musician, native, Folsom. , 

Emmons Sylvan us, miner, native, Folsom. 

Eoff, John, merchant, native, Folsom. * 

Evans Wm. H., miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Farrell Robert, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Farrell Michael, saloon keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 

Farmer E. H., Folsom. 

Favio, Louis, miner, native, Folsom. 



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Fiel Joseph, tailor, naturalized, Folsom. 

Finley Samuel J., rancher, native, Folsom. 

Fitzgerald, Joseph, farmer, native, Alder Creek township. 

Fitzpatrick Patrick, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Fish Allen, teamster, native, Folsom. 

Floyd Derias, clerk, native, Folsom. 

Forcht Augustus, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Fosting Jonn H., machinist, native, Folsom. 

French John, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Frisby Henry C, butcher, native, Folsom. 

Gable Jacob, butcher, naturalized, Folsom. 

Galvin Thomas, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Gambling John C, merchant, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Garigan John EL, painter, native, Folsom. 

Gear Richard, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Gibleio Wm., shoemaker, naturalized, Folsom. 

Gibson Henry, Folsom. 

Gillman John, carpenter, native, Folsom. 

Givins John, miller, naturalized, Folsom. 

Glencamp, John, butcher, native, Folsom. 

Glynn Owen, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Goisland Claude F., cook, naturalized Folsom. 

Goodspeed Laben C, jeweler, native, Folsom. 

Gorman John, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Graves Benj. F., teamster, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Groesbeck Theodore, Folsom. 

Gullet John, carpenter, naturalized, Folsom. 

Hailer Christian, brewer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Haley Patrick, ditch agent, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Hal ley Wm. O., miner, native, Folsom. 

Haloran Martin, Folsom. 

Hammond Alvin A., agent S V R R, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Hanford James W., engineer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Hannan Peter, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Hart Patrick, miner, 'naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Harthan Lucius, clerk, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Harris John, gas maker, naturalized, Folsom. 

Haun Stephen, miner, native, Folsom. 

Hennessey James, Folsom. 

Hennessey John, dairyman, naturalized, Folsom. 

Hickman Isaac, blacksmith, naturalized, Folsom. 

Hill Alfred, farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Hill Tyler J., native, Folsom. 

Hill Arthur B., minister, naturalized, Folsom. 

Holzinger Frederick, baker, naturalized, Folsom. 

Horn James, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Hopper Peter J., editor, native, Folsom. 

Howard James B., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Humphrey James, merchant, native, Folsom. 

Hudson Emanuel, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Hudson John G., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Hunt Reuben H., herder, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Hutchinson Sylvester T., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Hyman Jacob, merchant, native, Folsom. 

Ingersol F. L., Folsom. 



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Ingersoll Franklin L., merchant, native, Folsom. 
Jacobs Davis, miner, native, Folsom. 
James Wilson C, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
James Thomas, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
Jenkins Richard J., saloon keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 
Johnson Wm. F., machinist, native, Folsom. 
Joice Michael, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
Kasher Solomon, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 
Kay Samuel, Folsom. 

Keeffe Robert, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
Kimble Wm. D., laborer, native, Folsom. 
Kinney Joseph, railroad agent, native, Folsom. 
Klee Stephen, shoemaker, naturalized, Folsom. 
Knight Harvey T., water agent, native, Folsom. 
Knight Wm., miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 
Knox Wm. H., native, Alder Creek precinct. 
Lamblet Francois, barber, naturalized. 

Lanigan Patrick J., miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 
Laner, Wm. A., miner, native, Folsom. 
Law Henry, butcher, naturalized, Folsom. 
Lawton Hannibal D., miller, native, Folsom. 
Lawrence William T., barkeeper, native, Folsom. 
Lee Squire, blacksmith, native, Folsom. 
Levy Edward R., merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 
Lewis O. C, lawyer, native, Folsom. 
Lewis David E., laborer, native, Folsom. 
Lloyd Robert, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 
Luttz Alex. B., teamster, naturalized, Folsom. 
Luscomb Warren, miner, native, Folsom. 
Lyons Samuel, physician, naturalized, Folsom. 
Madden Gabriel L., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 
Madden Francis M. , miner, Alder Creek precinct. 
Mahoney John, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
Manghran Michael, naturalized, Folsom. * 

Mars Amos W., carpenter, native, Folsom. 
Martin George, farmer, native, Folsom. 
Martin Wm., miner, native, Folsom. 
Martin John C, miner, native, Folsom. 
Mathews James C, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct 
McConnell Thomas, Folsom. 
McCormic Thomas A., moulder, native, Folsom. 
McDonald Thomas, saloon keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 
McDonald Joseph, engineer, naturalized, Folsom. 
McGagre Patrick, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 
McGonthran M., Folsom. 

McKernan Edward, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 
McKernan James, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
McLaughlin Wm., miner, naturalized, Folsom. 
McNamie Frank, merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 
McQuade James, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 
McQuillen Andy, teamster, naturalized, Folsom. 
Meredith James B., druggist, native, Folsom. 
Merrill P. B., Folsom. 

Merrill Joseph B., quarryman, native, Folsom. 
Morley Lewis, teamster, native, Folsom. 

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More Dudley, teamster, native, Folsom. 

Morris Eicbard, watchman, naturalized, Folsom. 

Morris Peter, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Munday Frederick, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Murray Wm., undertaker, native, Folsom. 

Naugle John, saloon keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 

Nichols Wm. H., native, Folsom. 

Norton James, miner, native, Alder Creek pjecinct. 

Nye John, farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Odell John A., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

O'Donnell Hugh, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

O'Neil Patrick, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

O'Neill Philip, teamster, naturalized, Folsom. 

O'Neil Timothy D., miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Parish Horace B., native, Folsom. 

Palmer Charles T. H., native, Folsom. 

Phillips Abner M., hatter, native, Folsom. 

Pinson Warren, miner, native, Folsom. 

Plaunett Charles A., painter, native, Folsom. 

Powell Joseph, physician, native, Folsom. 

Powell John Gr., miner, native, Folsom. 

Purdy Edwin, farmer, native, Folsom. 

Quinn John, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Quinn John, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Quigley Benj. C, native, Folsom. 

Quirk Thomas, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Reardon Martin, quarry man, naturalized, Folsom. 

Redington Homer, water agent, native, Folsom. 

Eeed Richard, laborer, native, Folsom. 

Eeidel Phillip M., carpenter, naturalized, Folsom. 

Eiely Edward F., saloon keeper, native, Folsom. 

Eichards Peter Francis, gardener, naturalized, Folsom. 

Eigney Peter, saloon keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 

Eigney Kyrn, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct 

Robinson James, steward, native, Folsom. 

Eobinson Christopher, carpenter, naturalized, Folsom. 

Rogers Willord H., water agent, native, Folsom. 

Boss Thomas, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Rowley Henry B., miner, native, Folsom. 

Bowlin Patrick, laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Bussell Thomas De A., miner, native, Folsom. 

Sadier J. M., Folsom. 

Salsbury Thomas G., farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Sanders Ira E., hotel keeper, native, Folsom. 

Saunders Ed. E., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Schlingheijdo Arnold, gardener, naturalized, Folsom. 

Schlingheijdo Henry, gardener, naturalized, Folsom. 

Schlittler Melchlin, miner, naturalized, Folsom. 

Schmidt Wm., coppersmith, naturalized, Folsom. 

Schmidt Charles, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct 

Seymour John H., merchant, native, Folsom. 

Shannon John, saloon keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 

Shannon James H., teacher, native, Folsom. 

Shead Charles, mail carrier, native, Folsom. 

Shed Loren, teamster, native, Folsom. 



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Shellove Daniel, Folsom. 

Sheldon Samuel D., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Swetzer I., Folsom. 

Simonds Stephen, miner, native, Folsom. 

Slevin Daniel W., miner, naturalized, Alder Greek precinct. 

Small Isaac, merchant, native, Folsom. 

Smith Joshua H., Clerk, native, Folsom. 

Smith Almond H., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Spinks Alfred, miner, native, Folsom. 

Staff John, baker, naturalized, Folsom. 

Stamper Joseph W., merchant, naturalized, Folsom. 

Stanford W. B., Folsom. 

Stephens Jerome, farmer, native, Folsom. 

Sterges James H., jeweler, native, Folsom. 

St. John Wm. O., merchant, native, Folsom. 

Strobergh Wm., saddler, naturalized, Folsom. 

Sweet Robert M., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Swingle Thomas G., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Sullivan John J., laborer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Sylva Manuel, Folsom. 

Tague Frank M., laborer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Tait Alexander, farmer, native, Folsom. 

Tait James A., blacksmith, native, Folsom. 

Tait George T., blacksmith's helper, native, Folsom. 

Tappin Francis B., carpenter, native, Folsom. 

Tence A., Folsom. 

Thompson Alex. H., farmer, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Tinson Warren, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Totrell M., miner, native, Folsom. 

Traul John, SYER, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Tuller Albert G., printer, native, Folsom. 

Turner Gustavus J., carpenter, native, Folsom. 

Turner Thomas G., native, Folsom. 

Umland Henrich, Folsom. 

Victor John, miner, naturalized, Folson. 

Waddell Charles, miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Wagley Jacob, miner, naturalized, Alder Creek precinct. 

Walters Daniel, Folsom. 

Waldron Wm., vintner, native, Folsom. 

Walsh John G., physician, naturalized, Folsom. 

Ware Wm. T., miner, native, Alder Creek precinct. 

Watt Charles EL, hotel keeper, native, Folsom. 

Wetzel Martin, hotel keeper, naturalized, Folsom. 

Wheeler Charles W., restaurant keeper, native, Folsom. 

Williamson John H., carpenter, native, Folsom. 

White Henry, Folsom. 

Wilcox Charles H., miner, native, Folsom. 

Wilcox Josiah R., laborer, native, Folsom. 

Wilder C. H., Folsom. 

Wilmot Geo. A., painter, native, Folsom. 

Wood worth Benj. A., engineer, naturalized, Folsom. 

Zumalt C, Folsom. 



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Lee Township. 

This township is bounded on the north by Granite, on the east by 
Natoma and Cosumnes, on the south by Alabama township, and on the 
west by San Joaquin and Brighton, and constitutes two townships of the 
"United States survey — 7 and 8 north, range 7 east. It is red plains ; ag- 
ricultural lands. Liedesdorff, Sheldon, Pratt's and the Hartnell Grants are 
partly in this township. 

But one election precinct in this township — Precinct No. 12 (polls at 
the Slough House), cast at the general election, 1867, 81 votes, of which 
Gorham for Governor received 22, Haight 47, Fay 10. J. P. Jones, for 
Lieut. Governor 33, Wm. Holden 48. 

Justices of the Peace — S. B. Moore, H. Blair. Constables — W. W. 
Wade, M. Smith. 

RESIDENTS. 

Acock Thomas L., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Ames Amariah, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Aronson Henry, farmer, Slough House precinct. 

Austin Joseph C., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Ayers Thomas, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Bailey George A. W., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Bailey Joshua T., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Bailey Joshua J., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Baggil Henry, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Balis George W., inn keeper, native, near Daylor's. 

Barber Charles, teamster, native, Daylor's Eanch. 

Barry Martin V. B., carpenter, native, Belcher's Ranch. 

Battles G. W., farmer, native, Sheldon's grant. 

Blair Henry, farmer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Blakeslie C. M., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Blakeslie G. A., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Bole Henry C., farmer, native, Blair's Ranch. 

Brockway Jesse R., farmer, native, Kidder's Ranch. 

Brown John Will, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Brown Wm. R., farmer, native, Slough precinct. 

Brown Arm., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Byrne Phillips, stock dealer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Carney Chester, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Clark James P., farmer, native, Lee township. 

Clark James, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Clark Ichabod, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Cochrane Thomas J., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Cole Wm., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Cole Henry, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Conner George D., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Cook James R., laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Courtney John Wm., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Crocker Anson, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Cummings James, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Cutting Hiram E., miner, native, Slough House precinct. 

Devoe Albert, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Dugan A., farmer, native, Sheldon's Grant. 

Dyer Gregory, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Eastabrook James, blacksmith, naturalized, near Baylor's. 

Elder James A., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 






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Ellis J. S., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Elliot G. W., former, native, Slough House precinct. 

Eskridge Alexander W., farmer, native, near Daylor's. 

Fahren baker Michael, farmer, naturalized, Fourteen Mile House. 

Fahrenbaker Andrew, farmer, naturalized, Fourteen Mile House. 

Felon James, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon's Ranch. 

Firebaugh Andrew, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Florence R. H., farmer, native, Lee township. 

Fry Michael, farmer, native, near Fourteen Mile House. 

Gibbs George F., farmer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Giddings Hiram, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Gilmore John A., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Givens John E., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Goldman Maurice, merchant, naturalized, Daylor's Ranch. 

Green , farmer, native, Austin's Ranch. 

Grimshaw W. R., lawyer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Hanlon John, farmer, native, Jackson Road. 

Heifling Joseph, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Hewens Richard, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Howell Sidney A., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Jackson Samuel, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Jenison Albert, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Kelly John R., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Kelly Joshua W., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Kern Peter, farmer, native, Half Way House. 

Kidder Charles, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Kiernan Richard, farmer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Kirby Thomas H., farmer, native, Lee township. 

Lansdon John, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Lansdon John, farmer, native, Lee township. 

Lindsay Landon S., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Lindsay William K., Jr., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Lowell Philip S., farmer, native, Austin's ranch. 

Macy Franklin, laborer, native. 

Mackay Michael, farmer, native, Daylor's ranch. 

Mahone John R. T., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Martin John, farmer, native, 

McAllister William H., laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

McCallister William H., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

McGuire William, baker, native, Slough House precinct. 

McKay Michael, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Middlebury William, farmer, Slough House precinct. 

Moore Seth B., farmer, Justice of Peace, native, Slough House precinct. 

Monteith Morton W. N., nurseryman, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Mull Archibald, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Murray William, farmer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Murray Edward, farmer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Murray Bernard B., farmer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Murray Thomas, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

North Rufus, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

O'Neal Robert, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

O'Neal William, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

O'Neal Bernard, toll gatherer, Wire Bridge, 

Parker Hiram L., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Parker Hiram A., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 



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Patchin Thaddeus A., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Patterson John, farmer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Pickett Michael, farmer, naturalized, Rhodes' .Ranch. 

Plummer Oliver, farmer, native, Wilson's Exchange. 

Plummer Abraham McM., farmer, native, Jackson Road. 

Pound Riley, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Provost R. J., physician, Baylor's Ranch. 

Purkey Benjamin, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Quinas Ignacio, Slough House precinct. 

Reed Thomas, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Rhodes John P., farmer, native, Slouch House precinct. 

Richards John, farmer, naturalized, Slough House precinct. 

Ridenger Alexander, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Roach Michael, farmer, naturalized, Rhodes' Ranch. 

Ross Henry C, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Rouse Robert, bar keeper, Daylor's Ranch. 

Sanders Oliver W., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Sawyer John B,, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Sayles Darius, teamster, native, Slough House precinct. 

Scott Thomas, farmer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Shackelford Daniel, farmer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Simpson John, farmer, native, Slough House. 

Simonton James R., harness maker, native, Slough House. 

Smith Wilson J., laborer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Steward George, farmer, native, Wilson's Exchange. 

Stanley Archelaus, miner, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Swails Wm., wagon maker, naturalized, near Daylor's Ranoh. 

Taylor Oscar, farmer, native, near Rhodes'. 

Taylor Humphrey, farmer, native, near Rhodes', 

Taylor James O., farmer, native, near Rhodes'. 

Taylor George, cattle dealer, native, near Rhodes'. 

Taylor Orson A-, farmer, native, near Rhodes'. 

Tiernan Richard, teamster, native, Slough House precinct. 

Tipton James G., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Tooker, Wallace, teamster, native, Slough House precinct. 

Tubbs John 0., clerk, native, Slough House. 

Tucker W., farmer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Turner John J., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Yan Horn Martin Neal, laborer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Van Trees Isaac H., native, Slough House precinct. 

Vaughn S. M,, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Wade William W., farmer, native, Daylor's Ranch. 

Welch Thomas G., farmer, native, Slough House preoinct. 

Wilson Marian, laborer, native, Wilson's Exchange. 

Wilson William D., farmer, native, Wilson's Exchange. 

Wilson J., farmer, native, Wilson's Exchange. 

Wilson O., farmer, native, Wilson's Exchange. 

Wilcox Lyman, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Witt Napoleon Bonaparte, teacher, native, Slough House. 

Witt John W., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Witt John, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Witt Henry S., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Witt Lorenzo D., farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 

Wood William C, carpenter, native, Slough House precinct. 

Work Robert, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 



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Work James, farmer, native, Slough House precinct. 
Zumwalt Joseph S., farmer, native, near Baylor's. 
Zumwalt John, farmer, native, near Daylor's. 



Mississippi Township. 

• Mississippi township is situated in the northeastern corner of the 
county, being entirely north of the American river. It is bounded on 
the north by Placer county, on the east and south by the American river, 
and on the west by the range line between Eanges 6 and 7 east. A part 
of the southern half of this township is on the San Juan grant, and the 
other portion is high rolling land, and has been successfully mined up to 
quite recently. Mississippi Bar, and others, lying on the American river, 
about eighteen miles above the city, yielded handsomely to the miner, and 
for several years were points of attraction. No. 15 — Latham's store, or 
Ashland — is the only election precinct in the township, which cast at the 
general election of l£67 forty-nine votes. Gorham received 16, Haight 
28, and Fay 5 ; J. p. Jones, for Lieutenant Governor, received 39, and 
William Holden 1?. 

There was no erection held for Justices of the Peace and Constables in 
this township last Fall. 

EESIDENTS. * 

Astor G. B., Del Paso grant. 

Bell Robert, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Bosaam Charles, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Bremer Ernest, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Bristol George J., clerk, native, Ashland precinct. 

Buckdale Carle W., miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Cardwell John, farmer, Ashland precinct. 

Cardwell James, farmer, Ashland precinct. 

Cardwell Wm., farmer, Ashland precinct. 

Cash Martin, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Connelly James, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Cook Wm., farmer, Ashland precinct. 

Cook August, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Cooper S. T., farmer, Del Paso grant. 

Cornell B. W., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Crommett Thomas J., blacksmith, native, Ashland precinct. 

Dorling George, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Dely John, miner, Ashland precinct. 






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Fisher John C, quarryman, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Flowers Edward, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Flowers W. C, farmer, native, Ashland precinct. 

Foran Wm,, stone cutter, native, Ashland precinct. 

Getter John H., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Glindkamp John, butcher, native, Ashland precinct. 

Harper Joseph, mechanic, native, Mississippi township. 

Hawkins Wm. P., farmer, native, Ashlan a precinct. 

Hawkins Samuel, farmer, native, Ashland precinct. 

Heidenriech John, teamster, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Aicks Wm. F., hook keeper, native, Mississippi township. 

Hicks G. L.j miner, Ashland precinct. 

Horan John C, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Hough Washburne, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Howard B. F., farmer, native, Ashland precinct. 

Howard Emory B., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Hubbard M., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

John John, physician, native, Ashland precinct. 

John Joseph, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

John Frates, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Johnson Gable A., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Joyant Kobert, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Kinkade Joseph C., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Kneas Alex. D., farmer, native, Ashland precinct. 

Lappley Henry, farmer, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Latham Wm. W., merchant, native, Ashland precinct. 

Lee B. B., farmer, native, Ashland precinct. 

Lewis James, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Little George, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Long Henry, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Louson H. C., miner, Ashland precinct. 

Maloney James, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Marsac Charles, miner, Mississippi township. 

Marsh James C. , miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

McKoy James K., miner, Ashland precinct. 

McKean Hugh, miner, native, Ashland. 

MeKae John, stone cutter, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

McKae Edward, quarryman, native, Ashland precinct. 

Merithew Charles F., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Melone James, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Moore Franklin, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Munroe Joseph, stone cutter, native, Ashland precinct. 

!Neff Daniel S., farmer, Ashland precinct. 

Parrish F. E., miner, Ashland precinct. 

Paul Eichard, toll collector, native, Ashland precinct. 

Peterson Christian, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Peterson Charles, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Poindexter Wm. S., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Porter Henry S., farmer, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Bobinson Samuel, ditch tender, native, Ashland precinct. 

Eorha Joseph, miller, native, Ashland precinct. 

Koice H. H., farmer, San Juan grant. 

Seiler John A., miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Schmidt Jacob, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Schwan Charles, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 



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Schwan Henry, miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Shae Edward, laborer, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Sheridan John, farmer, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 

Silver Joseph, miner, Mississippi Bar. 

Sincork Anthor, miner, Mississippi Bar. 

Soper Charles A., butcher, native, Ashland precinct. 

Stephens Sylvester, machinist, native, Ashland precinct. 

Still well Wm. M., quarry man, native, Ashland precinct. 

Swan Charles, miner, Mississippi Bar. 

Polman James, miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Trueman, G. H , farmer, native, Del Paso grant. 

Whittim Horace D., miner, native, Ashland precinct. 

Whielden George, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Williams John, miner, Ashland precinct. 

Williamson James H., miner, naturalized, Ashland precinct. 



Natoma Township. 

Natoma is bounded on the north and east by El Dorado county, on the 
south by Cosumnes township, on the west by Granite township. By 
United States survey, it may be described as being bounded north and east 
by El Dorado county, on the south by township line between townships 
8 and 9 north, and the west by range line between ranges 7 and 8 east; 
the town of Mormon Island is in the northern part of this township, and 
is one of the oldest mining towns in the State. 

The Mormons set claim to having first discovered gold in California, 
and that they did so, at Mormon Island. Daniel Webster in a speech be- 
fore the Senate, referred to this matter; however, the credit of the dis- 
covery has been given to parties at Coloma, in El Dorado county, then 
known as Sutter's Mill. At all events, gold was discovered in the sands of 
the Island, in the American afterwards, known as Mormon Island, at quite 
an early period of California gold mines — and the mines proved to be re- 
markably rich. They are now, probably worked out, or nearly so. 

There are two election precincts in this township. Precinct No. 17— 
Mormon Island cast at the general election, 1867, fifty-two votes, of which 
Gorham for Governor, received 25 ; Haight, 12 ; Fay, 15 ; J. P. Jones for 
Lieutenant Governor, received 41 ; Holden, 11. 

Mormon island is the only Post Oflice in the township. 

Justices of the Peace — Eobert T. Mills, Thomas Stephenson ; Con- 
stables — Josiah A. ShafF, John E. Butler. 

RESIDENTS. 

Allen Joseph R., miner, native, Mormon Island. 
Ambrose John, laborer, native, Mormon Island. 
Austin Henry S., hotel keeper, native, White Rock. 
Barton Hiram, farmer, native, Deer Creek. 
Barton Hiram E., farmer, native, Deer Creek. 
Beecroft John T., merchant, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

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Beirnes Terence, miner, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Bennett John, farmer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Brady Charles, farmer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Bradbury E. C, wheelright, native, Union Ranch. 

Broder Jacob, farmer, naturalized, Natoma Valley. 

Broder Oswald, vine grower, naturalized, Natoma Valley* 

Brooks Eeuben, farmer, native, White Bock. 

Brenn ("has. A., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Bryant Sylvester M., farmer, native, Bed Bank. 

Bryant Zachariah, miner, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Buckmire Chas., miner, Mormon Island. 

Bundshutle Baymond, miner, Mormon Island. 

Butler J ames J , laborer, native, Natoma Valley. 

Butler John E., hotel keeper, native, Halfway House. 

Burner Henry, miner, native, Wall's Digging. 

Burrous James, miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Caldwell Samuel K., laborer, native, Mormon Island. 

Carpenter Wm., teamster, native, Placerville Road. 

Carr James, miner, naturalized, Bed Bank. 

Chose George B., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Chose Jabez, teamster, native, Carson Creek. 

Clanahan Jas., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Cook Bobert, engineer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Dane Solomon S., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Darien John G., laborer, native, Mormon Island. 

Davis Samuel, miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Donovan Patrick, miner, naturalized, Willow Springs. 

Douglass James, gardener, native, Willow Springs. 

Dunning Doherty B., teamster, native, Willow Springs. 

Dusenbury Geo. W., water agent, Halfway House. 

Finch Edward, farmer, native, near White Rock Springs. 

Finley Samuel J., farmer, native, near White Rock Springs. 

Forsyth Geo. A., laborer, native, Mormon Island. 

Freeman Walter R., farmer, native, Mormon Island. 

Gay Daniel N. D., carpenter, native, Mormon Island. 

Gibbs David A., laborer, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Gould John, farmer, native, Natoma Valley. 

Gregg David, farmer, native, Natoma. 

Gregg David, farmer, naturalized, Natoma. 

Hathaway B., blacksmith, native Red Bank. 

Hewser Geo., farmer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Hillery Thos. E., miner, native, Red Bank. 

Hire Constantino, carpenter, native, Natoma Valley. 

Houston Joseph W., Blacksmith, native, Natoma Valley. 

Howard Emery B., farmer, native, Union Ranch. 

Jarvis Wm., farmer, native, Natoma Valley. 

Jones J., farmer, native, Natoma Valley. 

Jones Wm., miner, naturalized, Carson Creek. 

Jones Daniel, miner, native, Carson Creek. 

Kiffley Joseph, farmer, native, Pioneer Ranch. 

Knight John L., water agent, native, Red Bank. 

Kreidwer Frederick, miner, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Lahmer Wilson, laborer, native, Mormon Island. 

Lester Albert, miner, native, Halfway House. 

Light Lemuel, farmer, native, Placerville road. 



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Lohman "Wilson, laborer, native, Halfway House. 

Luellen John, farmer, native, Halfway House. 

Macy George G., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Maddocks Joseph G., fruit grower, native, Mormon Island. 

Marsh Orlando M., teamster, native, Mormon Island. 

McOann Patrick, miner, naturalized, Rhodes' Diggings. 

McClannahan James W , butcher, native, Townsend's Ranch. 

McComber John, farmer, native, Natoma Valley. 

McComber Freeman, farmer, native, Natoma V alley. 

McGurk Michael, milkman, naturalized, Rhodes' Diggings. 

McPhersons James, miner, native, Mormon Island. 

McWilliams John H., miner, native, Carson Creek. 

Milgate Wm., quartz miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Milgate George C, miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Mills Robert T., iron moulder, native, Halfway House. 

Moore Loyal M., farmer, native, near White Rock. 

Morand J. F., miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Morrell L. L., carpenter, native, Natoma Valley. 

Morris John, miner, native, Dry Creek. 

Mulcahy, miner, native, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Mumford Ferdinand S., lawyer, native, Mormon Island. 

Murry Patrick, laborer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Nuttall Charles R., farmer, native, Mormon Island. 

Nuttall James, farmer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Nuttall John, farmer, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Nye James, stage driver, native, Folsom road. 

Oakley A. D., farmer, native, Wail's Diggings. 

Orr John, miner, native, "Wall's Diggings. 

Orr David, miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Orr Alexander, miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Ottara Michael, miner, Wall's Diggings. 

Perazzo John B., miner, Mormon Island. 

Poor Elijah, carpenter, native, Mormon Island. 

Porter Charles, farmer, native, Natoma Valley 

Quinn Thomas, miner, naturalized, Rhodes' Diggings. 

Richards John, miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Rich Charles A., farmer, native, Carson Creek. 

Ricker Samuel, hotel keeper, native, Mormon Island. 

Roach Wesley, farmer, native, Red Bank. 

Roath Lyman, miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Rodda John H., miner, naturalized, Natoma Valley. 

Howe Jesse G., former, native, Natoma Valley. 

Soule Charles, farmer, native, Deer Creek. 

Sayles Wm., farmer, native, near Oakley's. 

Schmidt Charles, miner, naturalized. 

Schuh A. H. F., farmer, naturalized, Carson Creek. 

Shaff Josiah A., tailor, native, Mormon Island. 

Shallen Daniel, stock raiser, naturalized, Rhodes' Diggings. 

Shepherd Frederick, farmer, native, Natoma Valley. 

Sbuler Michael, stone cutter, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Sickles Samuel J. , farmer, native, Jfioneer Ranch. 

Silva Jose Antonio, miner, naturalized, Halfway House. 

Sims Wilson, miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Smith James S., blacksmith, native, Mormon Island. 

Sparks Samuel S., teamster, native, Placerville road. 



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Staff John, broker, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Stephenson Thomas, hotel keeper, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Stanley A., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Stroble Wm, A., miner, naturalized, Mormon Island. 

Sullivan John J., laborer, naturalized, Carpenter's Ranch. 

Sullivan Patrick, miner, Wall's Diggings. 

Sutpen Eichard, miner, native, Rhodes' Diggings. 

Tapper August, former, naturalized, Carson Creok. 

Tomilson L., miner, native, Rhodes' Diggings. 

Tomilson Joseph, miner, native, Rhodes' Diggings. 

Townsend B. B., butcher, Mormon Island. 

Trask E. F., painter, native, Halfway House. 

Treat Ira H., teamster, native, Halfway House. 

Trengrove William, miner, native, Natoma Yalley. 

Troy Andrew, farmer, naturalized, Red Bank. 

Van Noy Cornelius, carpenter, native, Mormon Island. 

Walker James, fruit grower, naturalized, Showbridge. 

Wall Clement J., miner, native, Mormon Island. 

Whippley W. H., miner, native, Wall's Diggings. 

Wild John, farmer, naturalized, Folsom road. 

Wilkinson William, farmer, native, White Rock. 

Wilson Isaac N., farmer, native, Carson Creek. 

Williams Robert, carriage maker, native, Mormon Island. 

Williams W. H., farmer, native, near Oakley's. 

Windmiller Charles, miner, Wall's Diggings 

Woodward Joseph, farmer, native, Natoma Yalley. 

Woorner Lorenzo, farmer, native, Folsom road. 

York John F., miner, native, White Rock. 



San Joaquin Township. 

San Joaquin township lies in the interior of the county. It is bound- 
ed north by Brighton township, on the east by Lee and Cosumnes river, 
on the south by the Cosumnes river and Dry Creek township, on the 
west by Franklin township. It is composed of the east half of township 
6 and 7 north, range 5 east, township 7 north, range 6 east, and all that 
part of township 6 north, range 6 east, lying north of the Cosumnes river, 
containing about two and a half townships of six miles square. It is an 
agricultural district. 

There are three election precincts in this township : Precinct No. 19, 
polls at Wallace's, cast at the general election of 1867, 57 votes, of which 
Gorham received 14, Haight 19, Fay 22 ; J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor, J. P. Jones 43, and Wm. Holden 14. Precinct No. 20, polls at Elk 
Grove, cast 79 votes — Gorham received 39, Haight 25, Fay 13 ; J. P. Jones 
56, Holden 23. Precinct No. 21, polls at Sheldon, cast 84 votes, Gorham 
received 14, Haight 22, Fay 14 ; J. P. Jones 35, Wm. Holden 45. 

Post Offices, Elk Grove and Sheldon. 

Justices of the Peace — George W. Coons, and Z. B. Bartholomew, ad- 



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dress, Sheldon ; Constables — P. D. Fisher, address, Elk Grove, and H. B. 
Theobold, at Wallace's store. 

RESIDENTS. 

Addison Stephen, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Addie John, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Aiken Marvin J., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Aiken Nathaniel, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Allen Eichard, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Anderson Henry, Elk Grove precinct. 
Artrim John W., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Arnold Caleb, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Atkins John H., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bach John M., farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Bandy Jesse, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Bandy Keuben, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Barnett Joseph B., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bartholomew Ziba B., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bartholomew C. P., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bartholomew Oscar Z., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Barton Peter, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 
Bates George O., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bates Job J., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Barrett J. B , Sheldon precinct. 

Batchelder Wm. N., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bauquier Peter, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Bayless Martin H., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Beans Benj. F., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Beckman Wm., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Belcher John E., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bell Alfred C, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bell Franklin L., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Bell John N., native, Wallace precinct. 
Berry James H. , blacksmith, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bogart Isaac N., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Bond Ephriam A., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Brooks Charles, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Brooks Hiram, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Birch Wm., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Birch Wm. A., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Bright Jesse, San Joaquin township. 
Bridges D. M., San Joaquin township. 
Brown Fleming T., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Brown George M., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Brown John B., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Brown John W., teamster, native, Wallace precinct. 
Brown S., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Buckingham Robert, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Burgess Titus K., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Burruss Wm. A., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Butterfield John H., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Byron Roger, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Carr John, farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 
Carrington Joseph H., farmer, native, Wallace precinct 
Carrington Richard, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 



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Carothers Wm. E., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Carter Joseph, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Cassady James, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Cestle Levi, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Castillon James H., Elk Grove precinct. 

Chandler James K., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Clark J. F., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 

Christophel N., merchant, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct 

Clement Edward J., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Collins Edward P., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 

Colton Louis, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Colton Darwin, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Colton George M., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Conolly Robert, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 

Coons George W., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Coons David, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Cosgrove Joseph, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 

Cosgrove Edward, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 

Cotter, Thomas, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Coupland Wm. H., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Co veil Timothy, teamster, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Cox Francis, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 

Cox Joseph, farmer, Sheldon precinct. 

Croy George, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Davis M. H., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Dart Levi S., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Dart Martin, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Davenport Joseph Henry, minister, native, Wallace precinct. 

Denton Eldridge H., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Derbolt An tone, San Joaquin township. 

Devin John 0., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Deweber Isaiah B., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 

Dickson Schrolle, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 

Dicky T. G., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Dickson Alfred, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 

Dobson John C, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Doty Gillis, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Douglass Spencer, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Drouillard Wm., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Duffy John, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Dumass Alexander, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Dumas Alexander, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 

Dunn Michael, teamster, native, Wallace precinct. 

Dutton West O., clerk, native, San Joaquin township. 

Dwyer Michael, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Edelen Raphael L., brick mason, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Edelen Lemuel H., hotel keeper, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Edelen John S., hotel keeper, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

Ellicott Austin J., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 

Elzy A. K., Elk Grove precinct. 

Emerson Thomas, carpenter, native, San Joaquin township. 

Eshingar Michael, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 

Evans Henry, Sheldon precinct. 

Everson Julius, farmer, native ; Elk Grove precinct. 

Enri C, Elk Grove precinct. 



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Fassett Lewis H., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Fenlon James, Sheldon precinct. 
Fisher Paris D., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Fitchel George, San Joaquin township. 
Fitch William, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Frazier Andrew J., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Freeman Obediah S., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Freeman Isaac F., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Fulle Mark, San Joaquin township. 

Frotheringham George, physician, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Gardner George W., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Garrett Samuel, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
George Isaac B., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Goodridge James S., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 
Griffin Joseph, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Graham Francis, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 
Green John, laborer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Guth Joseph, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Hamilton Absalom, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Hannagan Thomas B., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 
Hardy George, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Hardy Edwin N., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Hawes Lvman, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Healey Edward, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Hefferman Charles, farmer, Elk Grove precinct. 
Hennessy Thomas, hotel keeper, native, Sheldon preoinct. 
Higins George O., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Hobb* Digory, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Huff Jesse T., preacher, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Hutchinson Rodolphus, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Inman Eber, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Inman Joseph W., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jackmann Samuel H., teacher, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jackson Carter, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Jackson Robert J., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jackson James, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jackson Charles, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jackson Henry, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jackson Mabbett C, farmer,, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jackson James T., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jackson H. W., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jeffreys Hugh, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jemison John W., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jemison Robert, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jemison Robert S., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jenkins Morris, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jenkins Lewis R., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jenkins Aaron F., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Jenkins William A., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Jester Thomas H., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Johnson Joseph W., teacher, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Johnson Evard, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Jordon David C, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Journey Thomas J., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Journey Peter E., former, native, Sheldon precinct. 



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Kelley George B., physician, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kelley Andrew, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Kelley Ripley C., hotel keeper, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Kennedy Samuel H., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kennedy William, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kennedy Charles D., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kennedy William D., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kennedy John E., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kenney Henry S., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kerr Joseph H., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kerr George H., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kerr Andrew W., teacher, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Kilby Jared, farmer, Wallace precinct. 
King Thomas J., laborer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Korn Joseph, merchant, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Kremmer John C, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
*Lawson P. S., San Joaquin township. 
Lea Charles, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Leaker William, farmer, Sheldon precinct. 
Leboyd John, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Leinback Herman, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Lewis Charles, farmer, Sheldon precinct. 
Lewis Edward, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Lewis Edmond, farmer, Sheldon precinct. 
Long Erie, carpenter, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Long Andrew K., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Loving Philip, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Lutrell Marshall W., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 
Macy Seth, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Matlin Joseph, Elk Grove. 
Mahan Thomas H., carpenter, Elk Grove. 
Maholm James B., merchant, native, Sheldon. 
Mauldin John, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Manchester John, farmer, native, Sheldon. 
Marony Patrick, farmer, native, Elk Grove. 
Marrow Joseph, farmer, native, Elk Grove. 
Martin Van B., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 
Martin George M., farmer, native, Elk Grove. 
Marshall George W., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Marshall George, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Matter Enoch, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Mead Harrison, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Means Daniel, laborer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
McConnell Thomas, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
McConnell Charles, farmer, Elk Grove precinct. 
McCully John, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
McDaniel Newton J., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
McLaughlin Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 
McLaughlin John, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 
McPherson Asa, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Miller Peter, Sheldon precinct. 

Millis William L., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Moffit William, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Moody Jonathan, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Moore Philip, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 



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Morris Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Mullin William, Sheldon precinct. 
Nelk Nicholas, wagon maker, naturalized, Sheldon. 
Nicia George, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Osborn David M., carpenter, naturalized, Elk Grove. 
Otis Chas. W., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
O'Rourke Veenard, tinsmith, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Owen Eben, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Qwen Richard, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Park u son John, Sheldon precinct. 

Paine Henry B., harness maker, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Parker William, farmer, native, Elk Grove. 
Phillips Carme A., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Pierce C. D., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Pierce Chas. W., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Pingrey Job, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Pockman Jos. F., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Pockman H. C, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Pusanoff A. W., farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 
Reese John, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Rimbrough Jas. N., carpenter, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Rimbrough Jas. M., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Roder Daniel, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Rogers Chas. A., laborer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Rutter James, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Royle Philip, Wallace precinct. 
Satterfield Daniel D., farmer, native, Elk Grove. 
Sampson George, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Schall John, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Shaw John A., farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Shugert Stephen D., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Schirmer John U., farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Shaffher Simon P., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Schlmeyer John F., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Schockey Levi, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Schofield Joseph, farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Schofield Wm., farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Schultz Wm., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Shelly Ransom, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Schovler Henry R., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Shannon John, hotel keeper, native, Elk Grove. 
Sherwood Milton, farmer, native, Elk Grove. 
Sherrfey Samuel, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Sherwood John C., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Sherfey Andrew, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Siddal C. W., farmer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Silver Frank, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Sillenger Charles, farmer, Sheldon precinct. 
Simons Warren E., blacksmith, native, Wallace precinct. 
Simons Rodney C, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Simon Hiram A , farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Simes Isaac, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Simes Mathew, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Simes James, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Sisson Jeremiah, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 

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Sloan James, lawyer, naturalized, Wallace precinct. 
Smith Warren A., blacksmith, native, Wallace precinct. 
Smith M. T., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Smith Cleare S., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Smith Samuel, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Smith Philetus, teacher, native, Wallace precinct. 
Snell Chauncy N., farmer, native. 

South worth Preston S., laborer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Stackpole Jesse, laborer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Stackpole Isaac, laborer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Staker Hiram, teamster, native, San Joaquin township. 
Stark Addison M., laborer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Stevens Andrew J. , farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Stephens Joseph, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Stephenson Alex., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
# Stelter Frederick, farmer, Sheldon precinct. 
Stickney Edward W., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Stewart Norman, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Sullivan Wm. G., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Taylor Joseph E., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Taylor George G., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Terry Curtis J., native, Wallace precinct. 
Tittle Wm. S., blacksmith, native, Elk Grove. 
Theobold Henry B., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Thompson Thomas J., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Thompson Henry 0., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Thompson Colbert E., farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Thompson Bernard, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Todd John W., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Trafton Augustus, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Treganza Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Treat Sullivan, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Treat Timothy, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Trusler Wm., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Tucker E. S., shoemaker, native, Sheldon. 
Yosburgh A. H., Sheldon precinct. 
Wackman Harrison, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Wackman Andrew K., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Wallace Wm. I., tarmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Warner Joseph H., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Warner Alex. G., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Watkins Henry, Sheldon. 
Webber D. S., Sheldon. 
Wertloke Eichard, Sheldon. 
Wigs James T., laborer, native, Sheldon. 
Wethers Benj. F., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Wethers Wm., farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Whitesides Wm. H., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Whitcomb Leonard, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Wilder Leavitt, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Wilder David, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Williams George, hostler, native, Elk Grove. 
Williams Frederick, farmer, naturalized, Elk Grove precinct. 
Winchester John, farmer, native, Wallace precinct. 
Witt John W., laborer, native, Sheldon precinct. 



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Wittich John, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Winkleman Peter, farmer, naturalized, Sheldon precinct. 
Woodbeck Norman, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Woodard Abram, farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 
Wood Orin S., carpenter, native, Sheldon. 
Woolcot John, farmer, native, Elk Grove precinct. 
Woolf Phillip, wagon maker, naturalized, Sheldon. 
Worthley Lewis F., farmer, native, San Joaquin township. 
Young Charles D., farmer, native, Sheldon precinct. 



Sutter Township. 

Sutter township is bounded on the north by the American river and 
Sacramento city, on the east by Brighton township, the eastern line 
being the same as the eastern line of American township, on the south by 
Franklin township, and on the west by Sacramento city and the Sacra- 
mento river. By United States survey it may be described as follows : 
Bounded on the north by the American river and Sacramento city, on the 
east by a north and south line running through the center of township 8 
north, range 5 east; on the south by township line between townships 7 
and 8 north, and on the west by the city of Sacramento and the Sacra- 
mento river. The lands of this township are very productive, and nearly 
all of them are occupied and under a state of cultivation. There are three 
election precincts in this township. Precinct No. 5 — polls at Tivoli — cast 
at the general election of 1867 thirty-four votes, of which Gorham, for 
Governor, received 5, Haight 24, and Fay 5 ; J. P. Jones, for Lieutenant 
Governor, received 10, and William Holden 24. 

Lake House is the only Post Office in this township. 

Justices of the Peace — W. W. Crouse and Wm. Mace. Constables — 
A. M. Butler and J. W. Tildon. 

RESIDENTS. 

Adam John, Sutterville. 

Aiken Edward, farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Allen Benj. F., barkeeper, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Anderson John W., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Appel Frederick, farmer, naturalized, Upper Stockton Road. 

Arenz Martin, brewer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

August Manuel, farmer, Sutterville. 

Bates William, farmer, native, Lake House precinct. 

Baily Wm. B., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Baker N., farmer, Tivoli. 

Baldwin Stephen F., farmer, native, Sutterville, 

Barnes Harvey S., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Beck Stephen, farmer, Sutterville. 

Beestedt William, laborer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Bennett John D., farmer, native, Sutter township 

Bernhard S. M., farmer, naturalized; Tivoli. 



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Bishop Charles E., teacher, native, Sutterville. 

Bonetti Patricio, farmer, naturalized, Upper Stockton road. 

Bonetti Giovanni, farmer, naturalized, Upper Stockton Road. 

Brackinroge K. G., farmer, Sutterville. 

Briggs Alfred, United States Collector, native, Upper Stockton Eoad 

Briggs George B., laborer, native, Tivoli. 

Brockway Charles V., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Burge Eli, laborer, native, Sutter township. 

Burke John A., farmer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Burns Abner B., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Koad. 

Burns Peter, farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Butler Amos W., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Butler Loring G., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Butterworth Gonther, laborer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Camfield Elias D., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Carll Silas, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Carroll Patrick, farmer, Sutterville. 

Carroll Oliver C., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Caruthers Andrew, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Caruthers John T., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Caruthers Wm. P., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Caw A., farmer, Sutterville. 

Clark James L., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Clark Nehemiah, potter, native, Tivoli. 

Clark Elisha C, butcher, native, Sutter township. 

Colby G. W., Land Agent, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Colman Henry, farmer, Sutter township. 

Cook George A., farmer, Sutterville. 

Cooper Joshua, gardener, native, Sutterville. 

Cottle Leonard J., laborer, native, Sutter township. 

Cowne Robert, farmer, Tivoli. 

Coyl James, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Crouse W. W., wheelwright, native, Sutterville. 

Crowall Silas, broom maker, native, Sutterville. 

Curtis Charles, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Curtis William, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Dunn Ephriam A., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Davis Luster F., butcher, native, Tivoli. 

Davis Le Grand R., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Davis Frank, Saloon keeper, naturalized, Sutterville. 

De Silva A. G., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Decaster M. E., farmer, Sutterville. 

Devigie Carl, saloon keeper, Sutterville. 

Dobzell Davis, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Doyl Wm., blacksmith, naturalized, Lower Stockton Road. 

Drew Levi B., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Duden George E., blacksmith, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Earl Daniel D., laborer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Edington Levi C, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Edwards Thomas, farmer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Fern Washington, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Flint Daniel, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Foster A. J., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Foster Ezra W., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Frokes Lorenzo, D., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 



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Frame Daniel, farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Frame David H., farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Frame Cornelius W., farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Gerber Pante, butcher, naturalized, Tivoli. 
Gifford Daniel, farmer, native, Lake House precinct. 
Gilman Hugh, farmer, Tivoli. 
Gondrone G., farmer, Sutterville. 

Gosling Caleb, farmer, naturalized, Lower Stockton Road. 
Gosling John, farmer, naturalized, Lower Stockton Eoad. 
Gosling Joseph, farmer, Lower Stockton Eoad. 
Graham Andrew J., farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Grant Eathen A., farmer, native, Tivoli. 
Guoisales Levi, laborer, Sutter township. 
Haas Isadore, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 
Hai bison John S., apiarist, native, Sutterville. 
Hartshorne Amos K., native, Sutter township. 
Hastings Daniel E., farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Harlan G. W., farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Henry Andrew, farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Herman Gottfriend H., gardener, naturalized, Sutterville. 
Hartshord John, farmer, native, Upper Stockton Eoad. 
Hidden Charles G., farmer, native Sutterville. 
Higby George, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Eoad. 
Hodges Amos, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 
Hooke E., farmer, native, Sutter township. 
Howell Joseph H., labover, native, Sutter township. 
Hoyt Leonard, farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Hoyt C. W., Tivoli. 
Hull Joseph, farmer, native, Tivoli. 
Hulse J. D., no occupation, native, Lake House precinct. 
Hunter Edward, farmer, native, Tivoli. 
Hutton Isaac, laborer, native, Sutter township. 
Hyser Henry, farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Ingals George, hotel keeper, naturalized, Lake House. 
James Eobert, farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Jaeger F. J., farmer, native, Sutter township. 
Johnson, Wm. V*., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Eoad. 
Juisto Frank, farmer, Sutterville. 
Kane P. J., farmer, Tivoli. 
Kane John, farmer, Tivoli. 

Keefe Michael, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Eoad. 
Keisker Wm., carpenter, naturalized, Sutteryille. 
Kelly Thomas, farmer, native, Sutterville. 
Kenettle A. E., farmer, native, Lake House precinct. 
Kenedy Joseph E., farmer, naturalized, Upper Stockton Road. 
Kendall William, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Eoad. 
Kennard Cyrus B., dairyman, native, Sutterville. 
Klotz Daniel, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 
Klotz John, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 
Knight Edwin V., laborer, native, Tivoli. 
Knowles John, laborer, Tivoli. 
Kreeger A., laborer, Tivoli. 
. Kricl Andrew, brewer, Sutterville. 
Kune Patrick, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 
Kunz Franz, florist, naturalized, Sutterville. 




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Kurtz John, farmer, naturalized, Upper Stockton Eoad. 

Lake Jefferson, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Longhammer George, dealer in swine, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Lansing James, farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Lea Matthew, farmer, naturalized, Lake House. 

Leebron Joseph, farmer, Sutterville. 

Lincoln Lysander, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Lockwood Henry, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Lockwood Byron, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Lowery David H., dep'y U. S. Assessor, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Lyall George, laborer, Sutter township. 

Mace William, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Meyher A., farmer, Tivoli. 

McDonald George, farmer, Tivoli. 

McDonald James, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

McDonald Daniel S., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

McDonald John, farmer /native, Upper Stockton Road. 

McGhio Peter, farmer, Sutterville. 

McGhio John, farmer, Sutterville. 

McGillen Henry K., Lake House. 

McGregor Peter T., laborer, native, Sutter township. 

Mclntyre Bernard, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

McKegan W. A., farmer, Sutterville. 

McSharen William, laborer, naturalized, Lower Stockton Road. 

Markley Reuben J., farmer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Miller Charles, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Miller V. F., milkman, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Miller John P., farmer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Morse Charles H., carpenter, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Moore Thomas, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Moore Charles, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Morgan Henry O., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Musick Abraham, farmer, native, Whisky Hill. 

Myer Anthonas, hotel keeper, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Neal John, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Nelson Andrew, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Newman Thomas A., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Nicholas John, Lake House precinct. 

Nichols Wm. F., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Niedner J. C, farmer, Tivoli. 

Niebur Ernst, laborer, Tivoli. 

O'Connor John, laborer, native, Sutter township. 

Odbert John P., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Odell Milon, drover, native, Sutter township. 

Okene Patrick, farmer, naturalized, Sutter township. 

O'Ness Samuel, farmer, Sutterville. 

Orth R., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Ott Charles, carpenter, naturalized, Sutter township. 

Page Simon P., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Palmer Thomas W., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Palmer G. W., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Parkenson James W., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Perrin Edward R., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Pierce Everett, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Powell Joseph J,, farmer, native, Tivoli. 



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Prentice Edward, Lake House precinct. 

Pugh Samuel H., blacksmith, native, Tivoli. 

Pambkle H., farmer, Sutterville. 

Eanle D. S., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Eeece T. W., surveyor, native, Sutterville. 

Rich Samuel, farmer, native, Upper Stocktou Road. 

Rich George T., horticulturist, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Richards William, farmer, naturalized, Upper Stockton Road. 

Richardson John F., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Ritt Philip N., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Ritt Joseph, farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Roberts James E., carriage maker, Sutter township. 

Robinson Thomas, Sutter township. 

Saccone Giovanne, farmer, naturalized, Sutter township. 

Samuelson Cornelius, farmer, native, Upper Stockton Koad. 

Sargent Enos, farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Saxon A., farmer, Sutterville. 

Schiminger Uharles, florist, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Schwendeman Joseph, Sutterville. 

Shannahan Timothy, farmer, Upper Stockton Road. 

Sharp W. W., farmer, native, Sutter township. 

Sharp John E., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Shepler Lafayette, farmer, Lower Stockton Road. 

Sherburn Richard, hotel keeper, naturalized, Sutterville 

Sidney Smith, farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Simmons John D., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Singleton W. R., laborer, native, Tivoli. 

Singer Fred., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Stowsen Wm. H., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Smith Anthony P., farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Smith John, millwright, native, Sutterville. 

Smith Sidney, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Smith Nicholas M., farmer, Sutter township. 

Smith Samuel, farmer, Sutterville. 

South wick B., peddler, native, Sutterville. 

Sprague Moses, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Squire Thomas, painter, naturalized, Upper Stockton Road. 

Slater S. , farmer, Sutter township. 

Stevens George, shoemaker, native, Sutterville. 

Stuber John, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Sutton Lewis, farmer, Sutterville. 

Sylvia Antone, farmer, Sutterville. 

Thoman John, wine grower, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Tildon James W., fisherman, native, Sutterville. 

Tierman Peter H., farmer, naturalized, Lower Stockton Road. 

Trope Alexander, farmer, naturalized, Sutterville. 

Tvler Caleb, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Upson Warren F., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Urban Frederick, farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Urban George H., farmer, naturalized, Tivoli. 

Yertrees Alfred, farmer, native, Tivoli. 

"Wall John, Jr., milkman, native, Sutterville. 

Weaver Adam, farmer, Tivoli. 

Weimmer J, M., farmer, native, Sutter township. 

Weindrick Fred., saloon keeper, naturalized. 



312 SACRAMENTO COUNTY DIRECTORY. 

Welch Jeremiah, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Willard Wm. P., farmer, native, Upper Stockton Road. 

Williams Alex., farmer, native, Lower Stockton Road. 

Wilson John S., farmer, native, Sutterville. 

Wilson Wm. J., farmer, native, Lake House. 

Wilson Gordon A., farmer, native. 

Wolf John H., farmer, native, Sutter township. 

Young Zachariah, farmer, native, Sutterville. 

York Samuel F., potter, farmer, native, Tivoli. 

Zeigler Henry, brewer, Sutterville. 



Marriages and Divorces. 

It may be well enough to notice before closing this work the connubial 
relations of the county. 

From the 1st of December, 1865, to the 1st of December, 1866, there 
were 265 couples married in this county. From the 1st of December, 1866, 
to January 1st, 1868, there were 230 couples married, being thirty-five 
less than the former year. 

During the year 1866 twenty-four divorces were granted, two applica- 
tions dismissed, and one yet pending, making a total of twenty-seven. 
During the year 1867 fifteen divorces were granted — eighteen cases still 
pending — two withdrawn, and six applications dismissed, making a total 
of thirty-nine for the year of those who wished to be separated, being an 
increase over the preceding year of twelve. 

The diminution of marriages, and the increase of divorce suits, we 
admit, tells a little in argument on the bachelor side of the question ; but 
things nowadays are rapidly changing, and in order to be charitable we 
may give up the old fogy idea that once married, always so, and regard 
the condition as a living evidence of progress. 



Swamp Land Districts. 

No. 1 is in American township. 

No. 2 lies east of the Sacramento river and north of the Mokelumne 
river and Snodgrass slough, being partly in Franklin and Georgians 
townships. 

Nos. 3, 4, 8, 31, 38, 50, 54, 55 and 56 are in Georgiana township. 

No. 39 lies north of the Cosumnes river, near its mouth, and contains 
about five sections of land. 

No. 42 is one section, owned by Baily, and is in the northeast corner of 
Township 7 north, Range 6 east. 

No. 49 is composed of the original districts — Nos. 13, 15 and 43 — and 
is on the south side of the Cosumnes river, opposite the Sheldon grant, 
or just above Hick's bridge, on the road leading to the Mokelumne river. 



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313 



The County Clerks, Recorders, District Attorneys, Sheriffs and 
Practicing Attorneys of the several Counties in the State, and 
the Registered Vote of each County, with the Vote Cast at 
the Last Gubernatorial Election. 



The term of Officers commences on first Monday in March, 1868, and expires two years therefrom. 



Alameda— anility seat, San Leandro, 

Clerk — I. A. Amerman, and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Att'y — O. H. La Grange. 

Sheriff — Henry N. Morse. 

Attorneys — Noble Hamilton, O. 
H. La Grange, Stephen G. Nye, W. 
H. Glascock, S. F. Gilcrest, D. P. 
Barstow, Edw. Tompkins, W. Yan 
Voorhies, T. H. Brewer, George M. 
Blake, J. S. Blatchley, A. H. Griffith, 
B. Williams, R. B. Moyes, A. M. 
Crane, E. D. Wheeler. 

Registered vote — Probably 2,965. 
For Governor: Fay 25, Gorham 1,266, 
Haight 1,092 ; total, 2,383. 

Alpine— oounty seat, Silver Mountain. 

Clerk — John N. Barber. 

Recorder — Francis A S. Jones. 

District Attorney — N. C. Briggs. 

Sheriff— D. M. McBeth. 

Attorneys — N. C. Briggs, I. B. 
Marshall, C. P. Goff, R. Thompson, 
H. Morris, L. S. Greenlaw, S. W. 
Griffith. 

Registered vote — 401. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 22, Gorham 149, Haight 
106 ; total, 277. 



Amador— oounty seat, Jackson. 

We failed to get any information 
relative to the county officers or 
attorneys. ^ 

Registered vote— Probably 3,000. | Sheriff— I. N. Cain. 

40 



For Governor: Fay 29, Gorham 1,076, 
Haight 1,358, ; total, 2,463. 

Butte— oounty seat, OroYille, 

Clerk — Mason H. Darrach. 

Recorder* — Henry S. Maddox. 

District Attorney — Jas. C. Martin. 

Sheriff— Thomas F. Miller. 

Attorneys — Joseph E. N. Lewis, 
J. M. Burt, S. Rosenbaum, L. C. 
Granger, A. Maurice, Jr., J. C. Mar- 
tin, J. A. Clark, S. W. W. Couchey. 

Registered vote — 2,800. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 118, Gorham 882, Haight 
1,148; total, 2,148. 

0alavera8— oonnty seat, San Andreas. 

Clerk — J. A. Foster, and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — T. K. Wilson. 

Sheriff— B. K. Thorn. 

Attorneys — Wm L. Dudley, A. A. 
Dudley, A. C. Adams, William Jeff. 
Gatewood, T. K. Wilson, Walter L. 
Hopkins, J. G. Severance, John J. 
Stoddard. 

Registered vote — 3,100. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 31, Gorham 1,250, Haight 
1,380 ; total, 2,661. 



Oolnsa— county seat, Oolnsa. 

Clerfc — Jackson Hart, and ex officio 
Recorder. 
District Attorney — W. F. Goad. 



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Attorneys — D. Shepardson, W. F. 
Goad, J. G. Treadway, A. R. Weaver, 
J. J. Hicok. 

Registered vote— 1,100. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 31, Gorham 197, Haight 
544 ; total, 772. 

Contra Costa— oounty seat, Martinez. 

Clerk — L. C. Wittenmeyer, and 
ex officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — Hiram Mills. 

Sheriff — Roswell B. Hard. 

Attorneys — Hiram Mills, T. A. 
Brown, M. Shepard, M. S. Chase, H. 
Allen, G. W. Bailey, L. C. Witten- 
meyer, Johnson, E. S. Sayles, 

J. T. Cruikshank, T. J. Wright. 

Registered vote — 1,858. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 21, Gorham 719, Haight 
599 ; total, 1,339. 

Del Norte— comity seat, Orescent City. 

Received no information as to 
county officers or returns. 

Registered vote — probably, 457. 
For Governor : Fay 2, Gorham 150, 
Haight 178 ; total, 330. 

£1 Dorado— county seat, Plaoerville. 

Clerk— Wm. N. Muffley* 
Recorder — Wm. M. Donohue. 
District Attorney — G. J. Carpen- 
tfii* 

Sheriff— M. G. Griffith. 

Attorneys — G. H. Ingham, W. K. 
Stowe, Philip Teare, Sam. Ruland, 
T. J. Organ, G. J. Carpenter, N. A. 
Hamilton, F. A. Hornblower, A. B. 
Bates, John Bush, F. L. Maddox, 
J. L. Griffith, E. L. Crawford, G. G. 
Blanchard, C. F. Irwin, Cal. Edger- 
ton, Ogden Squires, G. E. William, 
Sherod William. 

Registered vote — 4,435. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 123, Gorham 1,579, 
Haight 1,835 ; total, 3,537. 

Fresno— county seat} Millerton. 

Clerk— A. G. Anderson, and ex of- 
ficio Recorder. 

District Attorney — S. B. Alison. 

Sheriff — James N. Walker. 

Attorneys — Chas. A. Hurt, C. E. 
Winchell, G. B. Sayle, S. B. Alison. 



Registered vote — 564. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 0, Gorham 47, Haight 
325 ; total, 372. 

Humboldt— oounty seat, Eureka* 

Clerk — John A. Watson, and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — J. J. De Ha- 
ven. 

Sheriff — Wm. S. Barnum. 

Attorneys — James Hanna, Chas. 
Westmoreland, W. S. Brock, J. J. 
De Haven, H. W. Havens, G. W. 
Tompkins, H. L. Knight, J. E. Wy- 
man, C. S. Ricks, Byron Deming. 

Registered vote — 1 ,335. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 11, Gorham 657, Haight 
393 ; total, 1,061. 

Inyo— oounty seat, Independence, 

Clerk — S. P. Moffat and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — T. P. Slade. 

Sheriff — Wm. L. Moon. 

Attorneys — Slade & Riddy, L. F. 
Cooper, F. K. Miller, W. P. George, 
D. Love. 

Registered vote — 305. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 2, Gorham 95, Haight 
105; total, 202. 

Kern— county seat, Havilah. 

Clerk — H. D. Bequette. 

Recorder — H. D. Bequette. 

District Attorney — T. Laspeyre. 

Sheriff — R. B. Sageley. 

Attorneys — Thos. Laspyre, Benj. 
Brundage, A C. Lawrence, J. W. 
Freeman, E. E. Calhoun. 

Registered vote — 750. Far Gov- 
ernor: Gorbam 164, Haight 385, 
Fay none •> total, 549. 

Klamath— county seat, Orleans Bar. 

Clerk— B. W. Jencks. 

Recorder — B. W. Jencks. 

District Attorney — Jas. R. Polk. 

Sheriff — Thomas M. Rrown. 

Attorneys — R. Polk, Chas. West- 
moreland, Johu T. Carey, before the 
District Court; Westmoreland re- 
sides at Eureka, Humboldt county. 

Registered vote — 428 : Gorham 
136, Fay 5, Haight 215 ; total, 356. 



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Lake— oonnty seat, Lakeport. 

Kegistered vote, probably — 943: 
Pay 6, Gorham 221, Haigbt 508; to- 
tal, 735. 

Lassen— oonnty seat, Susanville. 

Clerk — A. A. Smitb, and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — I. M". Roop. 

Sheriff— T. N. Long. 

Attorneys — J. Lambert, John S. 
Ward, W. R. Harrison, I. N. Eoop, 
E. V. Spencer. 

Registered vote — 364: Fay 13, 
Gorham 162, Haight 103; total, 278. 

Los Angeles— county seat, Los Angeles. 

Clerk— Thomas D. Mott. 
Recorder — Thomas D. Mott. 
District Attorney — In doubt; V. 

E. Howard present incumbent. 
Sheriff — James P. Burns. 
Attorneys — Giasseli & Chapman, 

V. E. and C. V. Howard, Kewen & 
Howard, James H. Lander, Horton 
& Olvera, W. H. Peterson, Morrison 
& King, C. M. Larrabee, R. Sackett. 
Registered vote, probably — 2,675. 
For Governor : Fay 6, Gorham 727, 
Haight 989; total, 1722. 

Marin— county seat, San Rafael. 

Clerk — R. W. Osgood, and ex of- 
ficio Recorder. 

District Attorney — B. Hall. 

Sheriff— P. K. Austin. 

Attorneys — T. H. Hanson, E. B. 
Mahone, Bradley Hall, John H. Har- 
alson, John Keys, A. T. Willson. 

Registered vote — 1,112. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 6, Gorham 515, Haight 
344 ; total, 865. 

Mariposa— oointy seat, Mariposa. 

Clerk — Angevine Reynolds. 
Recorder — Edwin Moore. 
District Attorney— J. B. Campbell. 
Sheriff — J. D. Crippen. 
Attorneys — Jas. B. Campbell, L. 

F. Jones, R. H. Daly, John M. Cor- 
coran, A. L. Collins. 

Registered vote — 1,506. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 12, Gorham 599, Haight 
835 ; total, 1,446. 



Mendooino— oonnty seat, Ukiah. 

Clerk — James Towzer, and ex of- 
ficio Recorder. 

Sheriff— David C. Crockett. 

District Attorney — Thos. B. Bond. 

Attorneys — Thomas Caruthers, R. 
McGavey, A. B. Laman. 

Registered vote — Probably, 1,875. 
For Governor : Fay 6, Gorham 512, 
Haight 898 ; total, 1,406. 

Meroed— oonnty seat, Snelling, 

Clerk — Charles M. Blain, and ex 
officio Recorder ; term, 2 years. 

District Attorney — R. H. Ward. 

Sheriff — James B. Sensabaugh. 

Attorneys — James W. Robertson, 
P. D. Wigginton, Samuel H. P. Ross, 
W. S. Montgomery, L. W. Talbott, 
R. H. Ward. 

Registered vote — 410. For Gover- 
nor: Fay 1, Gorham 52, Haight 255; 
total, 308. 

Mono— oonnty seat, Bridgeport. 

Clerk — A. W. Crocker, and ex offi- 
cio Recorder. 

District Attorney— Geo. W. Whit- 
man. 

Sheriff— Z. B. Tinkum. 

Attorneys— J. V. Goodall, G. W. 
Whitman, P. Reddy, W. P. George, 
Wm. Boring, Esq., Wm. M. Seawell, 
Esq., D. H. Haskell. 

Registered vote — 350. For Gover- 
nor : Fay 9, Gorham 117, Haight 
101 ; total, 227. 

Monterey— oonnty seat, Monterey. 

Clerk — Wm. S. Johnson. 

District Attorney — Jas. F. Breen. 

Sheriff — Thomas Watson. 

Attorneys — D. S, Gregory, P. K. 
Woodside, H. G, Blankman, S. F, 
Geii, James A. Wall, T. Beeman, 
James F. Breen, George W. Crane. 

Registered vote — 1,242. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 4, Gorham 414, Haight 
544 ; total, 1,062. 

Napa— oonnty seat, Hapa Oity. 

Clerk— C. B. Seeley. 
Recorder — J. H. Howland. 
District Attorney — R. N. Steere. 
Sheriff— A. B. Walker. 



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APPENDIX. 



Attorneys — C. Hartson & R. Bur- 
nell, Robert Crouch, Rayle & Pen- 
degast, A. Brunson, J. E. Pond, R. 
A.Steere, T.J.Tucker, T.H Stoney. 

Registered vote — 1,914. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 25, G-orham 655, Haight 
750; total, 1,430. 

Nevada— oounty seat, Nevada. 

Clerk — Geo. K. Farquhar. 
Recorder — A. L. Slack. 
District Attorney — W. W. Cross. 
Sheriff— R. B. Gentry. 
Attorneys — A. C. Niles, D. Belden, 

A. A. Sargent, J. R. McConnell, T. 
P. Hawley, L. W. Williams, W. W. 
Cross, John Anderson, T. B. Rear- 
dan, J. I. Caldwell, John Caldwell, 
Dibble & Byrne, Kirkpatrick & Mas- 
tin, AL P. O'Connor, C. Taylor, J. C 
Dewell, G. L. Waters, J. B. Johnson, 
F. B. Higgins, Frank Tilford, E. W. 
Roberts. 

Registered vote— 5,700. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 124, Gorham 2,176, 
Haight 2,283 ; total, 4,583. 

Placer— oonnty seat, Anburn. 

Clerk— G. G. Sewell. 

Recorder — W. R. Lyon. 

District Attorney — E. L. Craig. 

Sheriff— J. H. Neff. 

Attorneys — E. H. Gay lord, Jo«. 
£utz, H. Fitzsimmons, C. J. Brown, 
W. C. Norton, J. T. Cannon, J. T. 
Kincaid, Charles A. Tuttle, W. H. 
Bullock, Jo. Hamilton, R. O. Cra- 
vens, J. E. Hale, H. H. Fellows, E. 
L. Craig, Hart Fellows, C. A. Tweed, 

B. F. Myers, R. C. Roland, R. W. 
Thomas, T. W. Cogswell, L. B. Ar- 
nold, J. A. Wardlow, W. D. Law- 
rence. 

Registered vote — 4,778. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 132, Gorham 1,672, 
Haight 1,590 ; total, 3,394. 

Plumas— oonnty seat, Qnincy. 

Clerk — J. B. Overton and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — H. L. Gear. 

Sheriff — James H. Yeates. 

Attorneys — J. D. Goodwin, H. L. 
Gear, Creed Haymond, J. R. Buck- 



bee, Judge Vanclief, A. A. Cooper, 

A. J. Gilford. 

Registered vote — 1,700. For Gov- 
ernor: Pay 24, Goiham 781, Haight 
708 ; total, 1,513. 

Sacramento. 

For county officers, see page 36 ; 
for attorneys, page 226. 

Registered vote — 6,147. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 470, Gorham 1,677, 
Haight 2,141 ; total, 4,291. 

San Bernardino— oonnty seat, San Bernardino. 

Clerk — A. F. McKenney and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — Hulett Clark. 

Sheriff — George F. Fulgham. 

Attorneys — Clark & Rolfe, H. M. 
Willis, I. C. Curtis, Alden A. M. 
Jackson, I. S. Sparks. 

Registered vote — 743. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 0, Gorham 234, Haight 
426 ; total, 660. 

San Diego— oonnty seat, San DiegOi 

Clerk — G. A. Pendleton and ex of- 
ficio Recorder. 
District Attorney — C. A. Johnson, 
Sheriff — James McCoy. 
Attorneys — Benjamin Hayes, D. 

B. Hoffman, C. A. Johnson, E. W. 
Morse, D. A. Hollister, William H. 
Cleveland. 

Registered vote — 237. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 0, Gorham 82, Haight 
179 ; total, 261, being 24 votes more 
than was registered. 

San Franoisoo. 

Mayor — Frank McCoppin. 

Clerk— Wash. Bartlett. 

Recorder — E. W. Leonard. 

Sheriff— P. J. White. 

Treasurer — Otto K. Uppenburg. 

Attorneys — J. H. Applegate, L. 
Baldwin, D P. Barstow, N.Bennett, 
M. C. Blake, C. T. Botts, S. H. Bro- 
die, H. H. Byrne, Alex. Campbell, 
E. Casserly, J. Coombs, E. Cook, W. 
A. Cornwall, W. W. Crane, W. P. 
Dangerfield, T. J. Drum, J. B. Felton, 
J. A. Fletcher, J. M. Gitchell, A. J. 



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Gunnison, J. B. Haggin, J. D. Ham- 
bleton, Horace Hawes, J. Haycock, 
S. H. Henry, S. Heydenfeldt, H. B. 
Highton, T. H, Hittell, Jos. P. Hoge, 
S. W. Holladay, S. W. Inge, H. P. Ir- 
ving, B. Johnson, S. L. Johnson, W. 

B. Johnston, D. Lake, E. A. Law- 
rence, E. Lies, H. McAllister, E. W. 
McKinstry, J. J. Mills, R. F. Morri- 
son, P. Neemann, D. B. Northup, A. 

C. Peachy, F. M. Pixley, F. Pout, 
W. A. Ransom, J. Rice, R. C. Rog- 
ers, J. H. Saunders, C. H. Sawyer, 
J . McM. Shafter, Sol. A. Sharp, k 
W. F. Sloan, Charles Spence, W. W. 
Stow, D. T. Sullivan, A. E. Thayer, 
J. P. Treadwell, W. L. Underwood, 
W. T. Wallace, W. R. Wheaton, E. 

D. Wheeler, W. P. Whiting, John 
Wilson, S. M. Wilson, J. W. Winans, 
T. R. Wiso, J. C. Zabriskie, Hardy 
& Quint, Wm. Van Voorheis. 

Registered vote — 22,637. Govern- 
or : Fay 360, Gorham 6,363, Haight 
10,571; total, 17,294. 

San Joaquin— county seat, Stookton. 

Clerk — H. T. Dorrance. 

Recorder — L. E. Yates. 

District Attorney — E. S. Pillsbury. 

Sheriff — Freeman Mills. 

Attorneys — J. B. Hall, J. H. Budd, 
J. C. Byers, Samuel Booker, J. G. 
Jenkins, J. M. Hogan, L. W. Elliott, 

E. S. Pillsbury, E. E. Hood, L. T. 
Carr, H. B. Underhill, G. T. Martin, 
W. E. Greene, H. Amyx, H. E.Hall, 
W. H. Lyons, Frank T. Baldwin. 

Registered vote — 3,982. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 15, Gorham 1,668, Haight 
1,592; total, 3,275. 

San Luis Obispo— oounty seat, San Luis Obispo. 



Clerk — Charles W. Dann and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — W. Murray. 

Sheriff — Jose A. de la Guerra. 

Attorneys — Walter Murray, W. J. 
Graves, James Van Ness, Chas. Lind- 
ley, James White. 

Registered vote — 590. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 8, Gorham 242, Haight 
177 ; total, 427. 



Ban Mateo— oonnty seat, Bedwood City . 

Clerk — John Ames, and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — Geo. W. Fox. 

Sheriff— T. W. Lathrop. 

Attorneys — H. Templeton, H. G. 
Schofield, George W. Fox, Harvey- 
Kin caid, Andrew Teague. 

Registered vote, probably — 967. 
Fay 3, Gorham 427, Haight 355 ; to- 
tal, 785. 

Santa Barbara— oonnty seat, Santa Barbara. 

Clerk — Francis Alpheus Thomp- 
son, and ex officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — James Frank- 
lin Williams. 

Sheriff — Nicholas Antonio Covar- 
rubias. 

Attorneys — Charles E. Huse, Al- 
bert Packard, Charles Fernald, I. F. 
Williams, S. R. I. Sturgeon. 

N. A. Covarrubias' election to the 
office of Sheriff, contested by Arza 
Porter. 

Registered vote — 738. For Gov- 
ernor: Gorham, 309, Haight 301, 
Fay none; total 610. 

Santa Clara— oounty seat, San Jose. 

Clerk — John B. Hewson. 

Recorder — Joseph R. Johnson. 

District Attorney — D. W. Delmas. 

Sheriff — J. H. Adams. 

Attorneys— J. M. Williams, S. O. 
Houghton, Peck ham & Payne, Bod- 
ley & Rankin, J. H. Moore, T. H. 
Laine & Chas. Silent, C. T. Ryland, 
G. M. Yaell & G. W. Blackford, C. N. 
Senter, J. C. Black, A. B. Hunt, J. 
H. Logan, D. W. Herrington, R. I. 
Barrett, C. D. Wright, C. C. Ste- 
phens, Lewis Branson, Murphy & 
Delmas, J, W. Tyson, J. Alexander 
Yaell, Wm. Matthews, J, A. Moul- 
tire, C. B. Younger, Archer & Lovell. 

Registered vote— 4,820. For Gov- 
ernor : Fav 8, Gorham 1,839, Haight 
2,031 ; total, 3,878. 



Santa Orni— oonnty seat, Santa Gnu. 

Clerk — H. H. Hobbs, and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — Julius Lee. 



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Sheriff — Ohas. H. Lincon. 

Attorneys — There are fifteen, but 
failed to give any names. 

.Registered vote — 1,951. 
ernor : Fay 0, Gorham 868, Haight 
703; total, 1,571. 

Shasta— oonnty seat, Shasta. 

Clerk — Grant I. Taggart, and ex 
officio Eecorder. 

District Attorney — John S. Fol- 
lansbee. 

Sheriff — Thomas Green. 

Attorneys — John S. Follansbee, 
Daniel Dodge, W. S. Long. 

Eegistered vote — 1,465. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 48, Gorham 541, Haight 
512 ; total, 1,101. 

Sierra— oonnty seat, DowuieYille. 

Clerk — H. Strange, and ex officio 
Recorder, . 

District Attorney — D. H. Cowden. 

Sheriff— E. M. Purinton. 

Attorneys— L. E. Pratt, P Yan- 
clief, J. M. Haven, John Hodgess, L. 
Z. Davidson, G. G. Clough, C. T. 
Tracy, John Gale, Wm. Cain. 

Registered vote — 2,583. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 97, Gorham 955, Haight 
698 ; total, 1,750. 

Siskiyou— oonnty teat, Yreka. 

Clerk — A. Hawkins, and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — E. Shearer. 

Sheriff — John Andrews. 

Attorneys — L. N. Ketch am, John 
Berry, E. Steele, E. Shearer, H. B. 
Warren, T. A. Bantz, E. Toll, John 
K. Luttrell, William McConaughy, 
E. F. Heroy. 

Registered vote — 2,109. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 34, Gorham 744, Haight 
985 ; total, 1,763. 

Solano— oonnty seat, Fairfield. 

Clerk — W. S. Costigan. 

Recorder — H. G. Wetmore. 

District Attorney — J. McJKenna. 

Sheriff — Amos Roberts. 

Attorneys — W. S. Wells, Thomas 
M. Swan, L. P. Marshall, George 
Lamont, J. McKenna, L. C. Hays, 



J. S. Haile, G. W. McMurtry, J. H. 
Thompson, L. B. Mizner, S. G. Hil- 
born, J. E. Abbott, A. M. Currier, 
Paul K. Hubbs, J. G. Lawton, Wm. 
Ewing, R. D. Hopkins, John Huckins, 
J. C. Hinckley, A. F. Hawley, S. N. 
Doty. 

Registered vote — 2,931. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 30, Gorham 1,155, Haight 
1,228 ; total, 2,413. 

Sonoma— county seat, Santa Rosa. 

Clerk — William L. Anderson. 

Recorder — William H. Bond. 

District Attorney — A. P. Overton. 

Sheriff — Samuel Potter. 

Attorneys — Alonzo Thomas, Wm. 
Ross, Melville Johnson, William E. 
McConnell, L. D. Latimer, William 
McCullough, John Brown, William 
Churchman, Geo. Pearce, A. P. Over- 
ton, F. D. Colton, D. D. Carder, F. 
W. Shattuck, William D. Bliss, R. L. 
Woodworth, A. W. Thompson, D. 
M. W. Seaton, D. F. Spurr, John N. 
Bailhache, L. A. Norton, John O- 
Darrow, F. E. Baker, W. W. More- 
house, G. L. Wratten. 

Registered vote — 5,000. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 11, Gorham 1,625, Haight 
2,565; total, 4,201. 

Stanislaus— county seat, Knight's Ferry. 

Clerk — Thomas E. Hughes, and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — T. A. Cold well. 

Sheriff — Thomas W. Lane. 

Attorneys — A. G. Stakes, A. & G. 
W. Shell, B. D. Horr, A. Hewell. 

Registered vote — 851. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 3, Gorham 219, Haight 
451; total, 673. 

Sutter-Tconaty seat, Tuba City. 

Clerk — Caleb E. Wilcoxon and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — Samuel J. 
Stabler. 

Sheriff— Jacob B. Clark. 

Attorneys — Philip W. Keyser, N. 
G. Wyatt, James Hart, Thomas J. 
Hart, S. J. Stabler, J. L. Wilbur. 

Registered vote — 1,539. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 23, Gorham 555, Haight 
660; total, 1,238. 



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Tehama— county seat, Bed Bluff. 

Clerk — S. M. Bishop and ex officio 
Eecorder. 

District Attorney — P. B. Nagle. 

Sheriff— -0. R. Johnson. 

Attorneys — P. B. Nagle, C. D. 
Braynard, J. G. Doll, B. J. Lewis, 
Warner Earll, William S. Long. 

Registered vote — 944. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 3, Gorham 326, Haight 
373 ; total, 702. 

Trinity— county seat, WeavervIIle. 

Clerk — John W. Philbrook and ex 
officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — E. P. Lovejoy. 

Sheriff — James Cochran. 

Attorneys — John C. Burch, C. E. 
Williams, J. Chadbourne, E. P. Love- 
joy, E. F. Allen, John Murphy. 

Registered votes — 1,081. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 11, Gorham 509, Haight 
444 ; total, 975. 

Tulare— county seat, VIsalia. 

Clerk — Thos. J. Shackleford, and 
ex officio Recorder. 

District Attorney — Allen J. At- 
well. 

Sheriff— W. F. Thomas. 

Attorneys — S. A. Sheppard, S. C 
Brown, Allen J. At well, A. Forsyth, 
L. Quint, Geo. S. Palmer. 

Registered vote — 1,209. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 3, Gorham 255, Haight 
618; total, 1,176. 

Tuolumne— county seat, Sonora. 

Clerk — R. E. Gardiner, and ex offi- 
cio Recorder. 



District Attorney — Caleb Dorsey. 

Sheriff--rJohn L. Bourland. 

Attorneys — Henry P. Barber, J. 
D. Redmond, Caleb Dorsey, Edwin 
A. Rodgers, Chas. C. Brown, E. R. 
Galvin, Edward F. Hunter, J. F. 
Rooney. 

Registered vote— 2,890. For Gov- 
ernor: Fay 16, Gorham 1,068, Haight 
1,350 ; total, 2,434. 

Yolo— county seat, Woodland. 

Clerk — Ed. Bynum and ex officio 
Recorder. 

District Attorney — J. C. Ball. 

Sheriff — William Minis. 

Attorneys — R. P. Davidson, H. G. 
Burnett, J. B. Nixon, C. S. Frost, 
C. P. Sprague, J. C. Ball, J. T.Daly, 
J. W. Snowball. 

Registered vote — 2,075. For Gov- 
ernor : Fay 101, Gorham 573, Haight 
796 ; total, 1,470. 

Yuba— County seat, MarysvIHe. 

Clerk — B. Eilerman. 

Recorder — L. R. Sellon. 

District Attorney — R. R. Merrill. 

Sheriff— A. P. Spear. 

Attorneys — F. L. Hatch, L. J. Ash- 
ford, N. E. Whitesides, Geo. Rowe, 
S. M. Bliss, J. O. Goodwin, W. C. 
Belcher, G. W. Swazy, C. E. Filkins, 
J. C. McQuade, J. L. Lockwood, Geo. 
May. 

Registered vote — 3,132. Fay 56, 
Gorham 1,156, Haight 1,178; total, 
2,389. 



INDEX. 321 



INDEX. 



Attorney General, United States 6 

Appendix 244 

Board of War Examiners, California 26 

Board of Military Auditors 26 

Board of Swamp Land Commissioners 26 

Board of Trustees of State Library 26 

Board of State Prison Directors 26 

Board of Supervisors, Sacramento County 33 

Benevolent Societies, Sacramento city 61 

Cabinet, United States 5 

City of Sacramento (remarks) 37 

Congress, United States 8 

California (remarks) 19 to 20 

Clerk Supreme Court, California .' , 21 

Consolidation of Cityand County of Sacramento 35 

Court of Sessions, Sacramento County 35 

County Officers elect 36 

County Officers at present 35 

City Business Drectory 226 

City Officers 38 

Courts and Places of Public Business 52 

Cemeteries 56 

Churches 61 

Central Pacific Kailroad 63 

Crocker's Advertisement 74 

County Officers in the various Counties in the State 313 

Department of State, United States 5 

Department of Agriculture, United States 6 

Debt of Sacramento City 43 

Debt of Sacramento County 36 

Domestic Postage 66 

Executive, United States 5 

Fire Department, Sacramento City 50 

Free and Accepted Masons 60 

General Directory of City 75 

General Directory of County 252 

House of Representatives, United States 9 to 16 

Interior Department, United States 6 

Independent Order of Odd Follows 59 

Independent Order of Good Templars 59 

Judges Supreme Court California 21 



322 INDEX. 

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Judicial Districts and Judges, California 22 

Legislatures of California 23 

Libraries 57 

Marriage and Divorces 312 

Manufactures 245 

Members of the Legislature 248 

Ministers to Foreign Countries • 7 

Military 57 

Musical Societies, Sacramento City 62 

Miscellaneous .' 64 

Navy Department, United States 6 

Newspapers of Sacramento City 43 to 50 

Notaries Public, Sacramento County... 52 

Officers of the Senate 249 

Officers of the Assembly 251 

Population of City 247 

Post Office Department, United States 6 

Post Offices, Pacific Coast 69 to 73 

Private Schools, Sacramento 54 

Pioneer Association 55 

Reporters Supreme Court of California 21 

Sacramento Valley Railroad 64 

Salaries State Officers * 25 

Senate, United States 8 

Senators and Representatives in Congress from California 26 

Sacramento County 28 

Senators and Representatives, Sacramento County 29 

Sacramento County Officers 30 to 32 

Sacramento City Schools ." 52 

State Agricultural Society 55 

State Agricultural Pavilion , 56 

Sacramento Typographical Union, No. 46 62 

Sacramento Post Office 65 

State Officers at present 248 

State Boards 25 

Supreme Court, United States 7 

State of California % 16 

State Elections 25 

Swamp Land Districts 312 

Treasury Department, United States 5 

United States Government 5 to 16 

United Ancient Order of Druids.. 59 

War Department, United States. 6 



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