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Siskiyou County, CA
1885 Directory
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BERRYVALE
A post and express town, situated thirty miles southeast of Yreka, on the Delta and Yreka stage route.  It is also on the located line of the California and Oregon Railroad.  It lies in the valley of the Sacramento, and is surrounded by a fertile agricultural country, from which it derives it principal support.  Upper Soda Springs, near this place, is a health resort of some note.  Berryvale has two hotels and one general store.  Population about seventy-five.

Arfsten, Cornelius A. - farmer/stockraiser  153 acres
Barovich, Nicholas - farmer 160 acres
Burke, William - farmer
Cawley, Daniel M. - stage driver
Chamberlain, Wm. A. - laborer
Conner, E. W. - stockraiser  120 acres
Cook, George W. - lumberman
Davis, Thomas J. - laborer
Deetz, Alva J. - lumberman
Deetz, Jacob H. - farmer 440 acres
Drais, Thomas Z. - laborer
Fellows, S. J. Mrs. - postmaster,  proprietor/Mt. Shasta Hotel,  170 acres
Flitner, Edwin - laborer
Galpin, John - carpenter
George, John - farmer 80 acres
Gordon, Robert A. - farmer
Gordon, Robert R. - notary public
Hansen, Emile C. - farmer 160 acres
Hansen, Frederick H. - farmer 160 acres
Hill, John H. - millman
Keyser, E. T. - farmer 480 acres
Klink, Peter - farmer
Lanthier, Gilbert - deputy postmaster, gen mdse, dry goods
Learmont, John - farmer 155 acres
Mannon, Richard W. - proprietor Upper Soda Springs  160 acres
Maxwell, James A. - millman
McArthur, R. - farmer 320 acres
McBride, Harvey - laborer
McBride, John F. - laborer
McCloud, George G. - laborer
McIntosh, James - farmer 160 acres
Merwin, Elias C. - farmer 160 acres
Nabar, Frank - farmer
Nabar, George - farmer 160 acres
Nelk, Nicholas - farmer 160 acres
Nichols, Henry - farmer
Peallot, Edward - farmer 160 acres
Pierce, Mortimer K. - carpenter
Random, Randolph - farmer
Scott, Peter C. - capitalist
Siggins, Isaac - laborer
Sisson, Justin H. -  proprietor Sisson's Hotel,  farmer 620 acres
Stewart, Henry - millman
Stone, Edwin R. - lumberman
Stone, Loyd S. - laborer
Sullaway, Charles F. - farmer/stockraiser
Sullaway, John W. - farmer/stockraiser  160 acres
Sullaway, Ned F. - laborer
Sullaway, Wm. L. - farmer/stockraiser  320 acres
Sullivan, Thomas E. - farmer
Terwilliger, Sidney F. - farmer  320 acres
Thomas, Henry R. - lumberman
Upper Soda Springs - R. W. Mannon, proprietor
Watson, Archibald - farmer 160 acres
Welsh, John O. - farmer 309 acres
White, Maria - farmer 160 acres

BESWICK
A post office in the western part of the county, receives its freight via Delta and express matter from Etna Mills.

Bestwick, Richard - stockraiser  320 acres
Butler, Charles - farmer
Calkins, James - laborer  80 acres
Frain, Martin R. - 160 acres
Frasier, -- - blacksmith
Fruitt, Henry - farmer
George, James W. - farmer
Giegavie, John - farmer
Gillis, Antone - farmer
Hackman, William  - carpenter
Heppner, Joseph  - blacksmith
Hessing, Louis - farmer/stockraiser
Hill, Thomas - sheepherder
Lennox, John - farmer 160 acres
Lennox, Walter - farmer
Lennox, William - farmer 80 acres
Oeting, Edward - farmer
Owen, Garret T. - farmer
Owen, Jefferson D.
Owens, James Jr. - chairmaker
Parker, John - trapper
Picard, Francis - gen mdse
Picard, Henry  - laborer
Randle, Ambrose F. - laborer
Randle, Edmund  - farmer
Randle, Monroe - farmer
Roberts, L. P. - laborer
Roland, George  - laborer
Schnackenberg, Charles - farmer 305 acres
Sparling, Hiram - farmer
Stough, C. B. - farmer
Trafton, Ellen - farmer 160 acres
Way, Thomas  - blacksmith
Wetzel, Alois

BLACK BEAR
A post office and mining camp, situated in the southwestern corner of the county.  The Black Bear and Klamath mines have been and are at present good producing mines.  Freight for this point is for the most part shipped by steamer via Arcata, while its express point is Etna Mills.

Amos, James - blacksmith
Begloux, Thomas - timberman
Black Bear Quartz Mining Co. - J. B. Little, superintendent
Brooking, David B. - miner
Bunt, Fred. - miner
Burns, Richard - drayman
Daggett, George - timberman
Donaldson, James - merchant
Hopson, Douglas - miner
Johnson, William - teamster
Klamath Quartz Mining Co. - James B. Toukin, superintendent
Little, James B. - postmaster; superintendent of Black Bear Quartz Mining Co.
McDonald, A. - millman
Orcutt, Albert S. - miner
Peacock, James R. - miner
Postmaster - James B. Little
Repper, W. - miner
Samson, Cyrus - miner
Toukin, James B. - superintendent Klamath Quartz Mining Co.
Tyfield, J. P. - gen mdse
Vincent, C. - miner
VonBatstel, Henry - miner
Welker, Harry - teamster
White, Henry

BOGUS
A post office town, about forty miles notheast of Yreka, near the northern boundary of the county.  Considerable wool- growing is developed in the vicinity, and stockraising is the principal industry.  The population is about one hundred and thirty.

Agueda, Meurizo - farmer
Baker, Wayman L. - blacksmith
Barber, Benjamin - stockraiser
Bloomingcamp, Henry - farmer
Bloomingcamp, John F. - farmer
Carmony, John - farmer
Cheesborough, Linton - farmer & goat raiser
Cook, George - laborer
Cuppy, Frank - farmer
Daggett, Morris - farmer 160 acres
Davis, Benjamin  - farmer
Frame, Cornelius W. - farmer, shingle maker
Franklin, Manuel
Grieve, Thomas J.
Griffth, Valentine - laborer
Hahn, Daniel D. - farmer
Jones, John J. - wool grower 160 acres
Kepler, Augustus - stockraiser
Linton, R. I. - goat raiser
McClintock, W. K. - postmaster,  farmer, wool grower, 160 acres
Mulloy, Dennis - farmer/stockraiser  320 acres
Neville, John
Otto, William  - farmer
Postmaster - McClintock, W. K.
Raymond, Manuel - 160 acres
Rice, George - school teacher
Rush, Albert - farmer
Silveria, Jose - farmer
Spearin, James N. - 80 acres
Spearin, William C. - farmer
Strofeld, Frederick - farmer, wool grower, 160 acres
Ward Bros.  - farmer/stockraiser 80  acres
Ward, Harrison - Ward Bros.
Ward, William B. - Ward Bros.
White, James M. - stockraiser

BUCKEYE BAR (See Oak Bar)

BUTTE CREEK (See Yreka)

CALLAHAN'S RANCH
A post, express and telegraph town, forty-three miles distant from Delta and forty-two miles south of Yreka.  It is surrounded by quite a favorable mining district, as well as some good farming land.  It has two good hotels, two general stores, a church, blacksmith shop, etc.  It lies a little west of the proposedroute of the California and Oregon Railroad, and has a population of one hundred and fifty.

A. B. C. Hydraulic & Mining Co. - H. Coggins superintendent
Alger, William W. - farmer
Andrew, Hugh B. - miner
Bar, Abraham H. - notary public, insurance agent & clerk with A. H. Denny
Bemis, George - miner
Bickford, Daniel - miner
Birdsall, Lyman - laborer
Boulongeat, John - miner
Boye, C. F. - miner, horse trainer
Callahan's Ranch Hotel & Stable - R. M. Hayden & Bro.  proprietors
Carter, Joseph H. - carpenter
Catholic Church -  Rev. Father Haupts pastor
Chapman, William F.  - laborer
Coggins, H.  - superintendent A. B. C. Hydraulic & Mining Co.
Comstock, Ichabod - shoemaker
Crawford, R. C. - miner
Critchlow, John W. - teamster
Davis, Andrew  J. - laborer
Denny, Albert H. - gen mdse, postmaster, agent Wells, Fargo, & Co., - stockraiser  610 acres
Denny, Mary Miss - school teacher
Eddy, George A. - miner
English, James - saloon keeper
Enos, Joaquin - stockraiser
Facey, James - farmer
Facey, James Jr. - farmer
Facey, James W.  - carpenter
Facey, Nimrod - farmer
Farrington, Stephen - blacksmith
Fay, Michael - farmer 320 acres
Foche, John B. - miner
Fortune Gravel Mine - George H. Mitchell superintendent
Green, Bartholomew - miner
Halley, Lorenzo S. - miner
Hambleton, James A. - laborer
Harrington, Daniel - miner
Haupts, Rev. Father - pastor Catholic Church
Hayden, Charles - R. M. Hayden & Bro
Hayden, Charles H. - farmer
Hayden, Frank N. - farmer
Hayden, James B. - gardener
Hayden, James B. Jr. - farmer
Hayden, Richard M. - R. M. Hayden & Bro
Hayden, R. M. & Bro.  - proprietors Callahan's Ranch Hotel & Stables
Hellmuth, Frederick - hotel keeper
Horan, Patrick  - laborer
Huntington, Jacob - miner
Isaacs, Moses - clerk Callahan's Ranch Hotel
Kasdorf, Charles  - farmer
Last Chance Gravel Mine - A. H. Denny superintendent
Leathers, Harry - miner
Leathers, William H. - miner
Littlefield, Wesley B. - farmer
Loring, Frederick  - gen mdse
Loring, William M. - clerk
Macauley, Charles A. - miner
Masterson, George J. - farmer
Masterson Hotel - Mrs. M. A. Masterson proprietor
Masterson, M. A. Mrs. -  proprietor Masterson Hotel
Masterson, Thomas F. - farmer
McBride, P. A. - farmer
McClurg, B. R. - farmer
McMahon, William  - miner
McNara, Hugh - laborer
Messner, John H. - farmer, capitalist
Mitchell, George H. - Justice of the Peace,  miner
Montezuma Mine - J. B. Parker  superintendent
Moore, William  - laborer
Murray, Lydia Mrs. - midwife
Nolan, Daniel - miner
Nunnally, R. D. - miner
Parker, Alex. - A. Parker & Sons
Parker, Alex. Jr. - A. Parker & Sons 160 acres
Parker, A. & Sons - stockraisers, miners, gen mdse at Etna Mills 160 acres
Parker, James B. -  superintendent Montezuma Mine 162 acres
Parker, John - A. Parker & Sons
Payne, P. - mill owner, farmer
Pedersen, Hans - capitalist
Pierson, Peter - laborer
Pollard, W. J. - miner
Postmaster - Albert H. Denny
Pozzi Bros. - miners,  stockraisers
Pozzi, Jacob - Pozzi Bros.
Pozzi, Lorenzo - miner
Pozzi, Peter - Pozzi Bros.
Rochs, E. - farmer, dairyman
Samson, Patrick - laborer
Schneider, Frederick  - farmer
Schneider, Louis  - farmer,  dairyman
Schuler, John M. - miner
Short, John - farmer
Short, William  - laborer
Smith, George  - laborer
Sullivan, James  - farmer/stockraiser
Sweet, Chester B. - farmer
Sweet, George  - laborer
Sweet, Valentine  - laborer
Taylor, Rebecca Mrs. - farmer
Watson, Edward - miner
Welker, Guilbert - miner
White, P. C. - farmer
Wilson, John M. - miner
Wolford, Absalom - farmer
Wolford, Milton - farmer

CECILVILLE
A mining camp and post office in the southwestern part of the county, near the Trinity line.  It has a population of about fifty, and receives its freight via Delta and express from Trinity Centre.

Abrams, Frank - miner
Abrams, James  - mail carrier
Daub, Casper - miner
George, W. H. - miner
Gillis, A.
Hagenah, Richard  - miner
Hulse, A. P. - miner
Jordan, J. P. - farmer
Postmaster - George Sightman
Sightman, George - Postmaster,  gen mdse
Spooner, George C.
Thomas, W. L. - miner
Wohlford, George  - miner, blacksmith

EDGEWOOD
A post office, about thirty-five miles north of Berryvale, on the line of the California and Oregon Stage Line, as well as the line of the proposed railroad.  It is a farming community, and lies in the valley of the headwaters of the Sacramento.

Awbaugh, George W. - farmer/stockraiser  335  acres
Bagley, George C. - saloon keeper,   farmer
Bagley, John - farmer/stockraiser  400 acres
Bagley, Robert H. - farmer
Biglow, Ralph P. - dairy, stockraiser  130 acres
Brady, John - farmer
Caldwell, Andrew J. - farmer/stockraiser  724 acres
Carpenter, James  - farmer/stockraiser  160 acres
Carrick,  D. Mrs. - farmer/stockraiser  285 acres
Carrick, James B. - farmer 120 acres
Cavanaugh, Joseph - Postmaster, dealer gen mdse, hotel proprietor  1060 acres
Cavanaugh, Mary Miss - school teacher
Conley, Chris. C. - farmer
Conner, Edward W. - stockraiser
Conner, Geo. H. - deputy County Assessor
Conner,  G. W. - dairyman, farmer
Cory, Louis H. - farmer/stockraiser
Cunningham, William S. - farmer
Decker, George W. - farmer/stockraiser  296 acres
Dennis, Mrs. - farmer 160 acres
Dobkins,  James M. - lumberman  240 acres
Doyle, John T. - clerk
Dunlap, Benjamin F. - farmer/stockraiser
Dye, Daniel  - farmer/stockraiser  280 acres
Eddy, Nelson H. - farmer/stockraiser  678 acres
Etting, David - farmer/stockraiser  400 acres
Griffin Bros. - farmers/stockraisers  240 acres
Griffin, Frank R. - Griffin Bros.
Griffin, Leonardo J. - Griffin Bros.
Hobbs, W. L.
Hooley, James  - farmer/stockraiser
Jackson, Samuel  - farmer 903 acres
Kierman, Patrick  - dairyman, stockraiser  1040 acres
Kellogg, George A. - farmer 240 acres
Mills, Robert M. - farmer/stockraiser
Nichols, Henry - farmer/stockraiser  240 acres
Patterson, Harry - school teacher
Patterson, Joseph R. - farmer 420 acres
Patterson, William  - dairyman, farmer
Postmaster - Joseph Cavanaugh
Preston, James M. - farmer 160 acres
Rantz, Joseph  - blacksmith
Ray, Ezekiel - farmer/stockraiser  197 acres
Stewart, H. S.
Stone, Charles H. - farmer
Stone, William P. - farmer/stockraiser  180 acres
Sullivan, Daniel W. - laborer
Tyler, Augustus C. - farmer/stockraiser  166 acres
Watson, George K. - farmer/stockraiser  160 acres
Well, Harry - Hudson I. Well & Son
Well, Hudson I. - Hudson I. Well & Son
Well, Hudson I. & Son - dairymen, stockraisers 720   acres
Whooley, Emma Miss - school teacher
Whooley, James  - farmer 314 acres
Whooley, Katie Miss - school teacher
Williams Samuel S. - farmer/stockraiser  314 acres

ETNA MILLS
This place, one of the most enterprising and prosperous localities in the country, is situated in Scott Valley, on the river, thirty miles southwest of Yreka, and about thirteen miles south of Fort Jones.  The town lies at the base of the Salmon Mountains, is surrounded by an agricultural country of exceeding fertility, which is well settled and cultivated.  It is the headquarters of the miners of the southwestern part of the county and the distributing point fro all the Salmon River freights.  The town has a large general store, two blacksmith shops, two flouring mills, a hardware store, two livery stables, as well as other business establishments, all of which do a flourishing trade.  Of its two hotels, the Etna, owned and conducted by Mr. Isaac L. Baker, is especially worthy of notice in the interest of the traveling public.  The population of Etna Mills is about four hundred, and the town has post and express offices.

Abbott, Charles S.  - farmer 140 acres
Abel, James  - laborer
Abel, James Mrs. - milliner
Ackley, Hosea - farmer 520 acres
Adams, John H. - clerk
Alford, Austin H. - farmer
Allen, John H. - miner
Allen, Lewis A. - blacksmith
Allen, Michael  - miner
Allen, Thomas P. - miner
Amos, James - blacksmith
Baird, Charles  - farmer 360 acres
Baker, Isaac L. - proprietor Etna Hotel
Barnum, Millard F. - Ritz & Barnum
Bathust, E. W. - physican & surgeon
Beck, Peter - farmer
Behnke, Henry A. - blacksmith
Bernhardt, Frederick  - farmer
Bills, Loren - farmer
Blair, Charles  - stockherder
Black, John - laborer
Bradley, Michael W. - teamster
Brown, Manuel - farmer 320 acres
Buchner, George  - gen mdse
Budleman, Henry - bookkeeper
Butler, George D. - teacher
Campbell, James C. - tinner
Campbell, Remembrance H. - miner
Cannon, William C. - laborer
Carter, John A. - farmer
Catholic Church - Rev. Father Haupts pastor
Chichy, Ignatz - laborer
Coats, George W. - laborer
Conners, James - woodman 120 acres
Corcoran, Timothy  - miner
Cory, Henry C. - merchant
Cullen, Charles J. - carpenter
Cummings, Adam N. - farmer
Cummins, James M. - farmer
Dale, Philip A. - miner
Dangle, Joseph  - farmer 120 acres
Davidson, Charles M. - farmer
Davidson, Finlay H. - teamster
Davidson, George A. - farmer
Davidson, Jeremiah - farmer 260 acres
Davis, Daniel - Davis & Evans
Davis, Eugene - laborer
Davis & Evans - blacksmiths, wagonmakers
Davis, John E. - laborer
Davis, Joel M. - laborer
Davis, John L. - laborer
Dawson, Edward P. - laborer
Dawson, William T. - teamster
Decker, Joseph  - miller
Dice, Henry  - farmer 40 acres
Diggles, James A. - druggist, fancy, toilet articles
Dines, William - Jenner & Dines
Doll, Josiah  - farmer 240 acres
Dorris, Presley A. - stockraiser
Elkhorn Livery & Feed Stables - Ritz & Barnum proprietors
Eller, Elza Jr. - laborer
Eller, Jacob - farmer
Etna Hotel - Isaac L. Baker proprietor
Evans, Nathan C. - Patterson & Evans and Grant & Evans
Evans, William W. - miner
Fahl, Lewis W. - farmer
Fairchilds, John A. - stockraiser
Farrelly, John - laborer
Fay, Daniel - laborer
Fay, D. Mrs. - farmer 79 acres
Fay, Mary Miss - school teacher
Fay, Thomas  - farmer
Ficken, Henry  - laborer
Finley, S. L. - miner
Fitzsimmoms, Samuel C. - miller
Fletcher, James H. - teamster
Frantz, Francis W. - carpenter
Frates, Maunce A. - farmer 40 acres
French, C. H. - Kist & French
Funk, George W. - farmer
Funk, John C. - stockraiser
Geney, Henry - proprietor Geney Saloon
Geney Saloon - Henry Geney proprietor
Gilbert, Charles  - farmer
Gilman, Frank - lumberman
Grant & Evans - proprietors O K Stables
Grant, John - Grant & Evans
Green, Charles H. - farmer
Green, O. V. - farmer 280 acres
Hansen, Hans - farmer 503 acres
Harmon, John - bartender
Harris, William E. - farmer
Haupt, Rev. Father - pastor Roman Catholic Church
Holzhauser, Charles H. - farmer 25 acres
Horn, Frank J. - farmer 295 acres
Horton, Frank - carpenter
Hossler, Ira B. - carpenter
Hovenden, Charles  - farmer 645 acres
Hughes, L. - farmer 150 acres
Hyde, David H. - barber
Jackson, William R. - laborer
Jenner, Charles - Jenner & Dines
Jenner & Dines -  proprietors Union Flour Mills
Jenner, Edward C. - miller
Jenner, Frank - laborer
Johnson, Dr.  - physican & surgeon
Johnson, A. M. - farmer, miner
Johnston, Lawrence  H. - blacksmith
Jones, Peter - laborer
Kappler, Adolph - laborer
Kappler, Charles  - brewer
Kimball, William T. - packer
Kist, C. W. - Kist & French
Kist & French - proprietors Rough & Ready Flour Mills
Kist, Thomas J. - laborer
Kriner, Theodore  - brewer
Lanphier, A. A. - boot & shoe maker
Leary, Samuel  - farmer
Lichtenthaler, Valentine - farmer 225 acres
Lowe, Aggie Miss - school teacher
Lowe, Frank - farmer
Lowe, Thomas  - farmer
Lowery, George  - laborer
Loyd, Frank H. - laborer
Loyd, G. B. - farmer
Lumbeck, William  - farmer
Luttrell, S. J. - farmer 160 acres
Lyons, George W. - farmer
Marshall, Manuel - farmer
Marshall, William F. - laborer
Marx, Martin - saddler, harnessmaker
McBride, J. W. - farmer 530 acres
McVay, Thomas - farmer 160 acres
Meek, Stephen H. - trapper
Merryman, Alex. - Merryman & Wallace
Merryman, George W. - packer
Merryman & Wallace - general blacksmiths
Messner, Michael - restaurant, saloon, lodging house
Miller, Emil - stoves, tin, hardware
Mitchell, Isaac E. - herder
Morgan, George  - hostler
Mote, Charles W. - laborer
Murch, Herbert A. - farmer
Murray, Thomas  - laborer
Myers, William H. - farmer
Naylor, William F. S. - laborer
Neal, Lorenzo D. - miner
Nedrow, Stephen A. - farmer
Neilson, Andrew J. - packer
Neilson, John - farmer
Nelson, C. J. - miner  160 acres
Nickerson, Lyman - laborer
Nutting, Charles W.  - physican & surgeon
O K Stables - Grant & Evans  proprietors
Olsen, Samuel  - laborer
Overton, Major W. - farmer
Overturf, Martin - laborer
Parker, Alex. - Alex Parker & Sons
Parker, Alex. Jr. - Alex Parker & Sons 160 acres
Parker, Alex & Sons - gen mdse
Parker, John - Alex Parker & Sons
Patterson & Evans -  proprietors saloon
Patterson, Hubert J. - Patterson & Evans
Payne, Festus - millman
Pittman, L. B. - proprietor Etna Saw Mill
Pittman, Martin B. - millman
Postmaster - J. M. Single
Quigley, Joseph M. - farmer
Quigley, Thomas  - farmer 250 acres
Redding, D. C. Mrs. - school teacher
Reichman, Ernest - farmer 256 acres
Restaurant Saloon & Lodging House - Michael Messner proprietor
Ritz & Barnum -  proprietors Elkhorn Livery & Feed Stables
Ritz, John - Ritz & Barnum
Rough & Reddy Flour Mill - Kist & French  proprietor
Sackman, Cord - farmer 340 acres
Sanders, George  - carpenter
Sell, Adam B. - laborer
Sharp, Chauncey O. - school teacher
Sharratts, John B. - carpenter
Shelly, William D. - farmer, sawmill 497 acres
Shield, John - farmer 200 acres
Silver, Antonio J. - farmer
Single, John M. - Postmaster, news agent
Skelton, John F. - watch maker & jeweler
Slaughter, John - laborer
Smith, Charles  - laborer
Smith, Elias F. - farmer 275 acres
Smith, Ensign R. - woodman
Smith, George F. - farmer 700 acres
Smith, Henry  - butcher
Smith's Hotel - Nicholas Smith proprietor
Smith, James M. - cabinetmaker
Smith, John - farmer 480 acres
Smith, John H. - farmer 160 acres
Smith, J. Prindle - farmer
Smith, Matilda - widow
Smith, Nicolas - hotel keeper
Smith, Peter - farmer 447 acres
Snaden, George W. - stockherder
Sophy, Leon - laborer
Soza, John C. - farmer
Stephens, Joseph  - gen mdse
Stephens, Thomas  - clerk with Joseph Stephens
Stockwell, John A. - Stockwell & Wilsey
Stockwell & Wilsey -  proprietors saw mill
Strasburg, R. H. - carpenter
Swindle, Dabner J. - merchant
Taylor, Robert P. - laborer
Timmons, Thomas  - farmer 280 acres
Taylor, Thomas P. Jr. - packer
Tredilcox, William  - laborer
Union Flour Mill - Jenner & Dines proprietors
VonBargen, Henry  - laborer
Wagner, Ignatz - farmer
Walker, James H. - farmer 258 acres
Wallace, Robert J. - Merryman & Wallace
Wallis, Albert - carpenter
Weston, Hiram - clerk Etna Hotel
Wetmore, James H. - cheesemaker 240 acres
White, John - farmer
White, William  - laborer
Wilsey, Otis - Stockwell & Wilsey
Wilson, Hiram - farmer
Wilson, Lucius S. - farmer 546 acres
Wohlford, John M. - farmer 227 acres
Wressell, William D. - farmer
Young, Enos - butcher
Young, Michael  - laborer

FORKS OF SALMON
A post office in the southwestern part of the county.

Bell, Samuel - miner
Bennett, William P. - hotel
Bennett, F. M. - laborer
Bennett, John  - laborer
Bennett, John F. - laborer
Bennett, J. N. - miner
Bennett, W. P. - gen mdse, Postmaster
Brazill, Logan - miner
Brizard, A. - miner
Ford, William  - laborer
Gent, Fred W. - miner
Grant, H. - miner
Haley, Timothy  - miner
Horn, Jacob E. - miner
McLaughlin, C. N. - miner
McLaughlin, Edgar - miner
McNeal, George  - merchant
Meichel, Peter - miner
Noyes, Henry - miner
Postmaster - W. P. Bennett
Roberts, Ed. - miner
Shumway, Edwin - miner
Shumway, Edward L. - miner
Spooner, George C. -  superintendent Summerville Hydraulic Mine
Summerville Hydraulic Mine - George C. Spooner  superintendent
Wayne, Thomas J. - school teacher
Williams, Louis - miner

FORT JONES
An important business center, situated eighteen miles southwest of Yreka, on the Scott River.  It is one of the oldest settlements and was the chief point in the western part of the county in Siskiyou's early mining history, which, as to its mining character, it still retains fully one-half of the business interests, being sustained by this industry.  The development of its fine agricultural surroundings have, however, within the past few years, elevated the farming interests into as much prominence as its mining.  As a commercial point it is the headquarters for the trade of western and Northwestern Siskiyou and the eastern part of Del Norte County, Happy Camp in the latter county getting a considerable portion of its supplies and all of its express matter via Fort Jones.  Among the more important business houses of the place may be noted Carlock's Bank, two flouring mills, several general stores, of which that of Mr. H. J. Diggles enjoys a flourishing trade, a hardware, clothing, furniture, millinery, two wagonmaking establishments, blacksmith shop and photographer, as well as a first-class livery stable, kept by Mr. Andrew A. Beam.  The Scott Valley News, published by Messrs. Curtis & Markey, is an influential and well-patronized weekly, alive to the interest of the town and surroundings, is doing good service in bringing before the country at large the many advantages of the section in which it is located.  Fort Jones has complete postal, express and telegraphic facilities, it is healthily located and has a population of about four hundred and fifty.

Abbott, Charles S. - farmer, school teacher
Abernathy, James  - laborer
Aldrich, Bruce C. - miner
Allison, Richard  - farmer
Altasser, George  - farmer
Altasser, William  - laborer
Ames, Frank B. - painter, paper hanger
Anderson, Ole  - laborer
Anderson, Willard - laborer
Arnold, Katie Miss - school teacher
Atherton, Henry  - laborer
Atkins, Alfred - farmer
Bailey, Elton T. - miner
Baker, George  - miner, teamster
Bar, Aaron - groceries, dry goods
Bar, Leopold S. - clerk with Aaron Bar
Basham, Henry B. - barber, variety store
Bay City Mining Co. - John Stewart  superintendent
Beagle, Daniel - carpenter
Beck, William H. - teamster
Beem, Andrew A. - proprietor Fort Jones Livery & Feed Stables
Beem, Martin C. - clerk with A. B. Carlock
Beem, William P. - expressdriver
Beer Hall Salloon - Joseph McVay proprietor
Beglin, Michael  - miner
Benton, Thomas  - laborer, money lender
Berry, Francis M. - laborer
Berry, William  - laborer
Bills, Jacob - miner, money lender
Bills, Richard W. - farmer 200 acres
Bills, S. R. - laborer
Blockwell, Charles H. - barber
Bolds, William  - miner
Bower, Abraham - farmer
Branson, Thomas  - carpenter
Breada, Eutinio - miner
Brown, Erasmus D. - miner
Bryan, James  - farmer 607 acres
Bryan, William  - laborer
Burge, Jesse S. - clerk with John Worster
Burton, Stephen T. - farmer 300 acres
Calkins, George I. - blacksmith
Camp, James  - farmer 200 acres
Cardoza, Jose - farmer, miner  240 acres
Cardoza, Manuel - miner
Carlock, Adam B. - banker, agent Wells, Fargo & Co., Western Union Tel Co., Postmaster, insurance agent
Carrico, Porteus - farmer 160 acres
Carrico, Thomas J. - laborer
Catholic, Church - Rev. Father Haupts pastor
Christie, E. A. Mrs. - State agent McDowell Garment Drafting Machine
Christie, John - carpenter
Conely, Marcus - laborer
Conner, Joseph  - laborer
Cooley, Frederick  - blacksmith
Cooley, Seth - blacksmith
Cooley, Squire - blacksmith
Cooley, Van R. - blacksmith
Cooly, C. E. - The Harness, Boot & Shoemaker of Fort Jones, manufaturing
Cowen, Marion F. - school teacher
Craig, Charles S. - miner
Cramer, George L. - farmer
Crane, Afa - farmer
Crawford, John E. - miner
Crawford, James S. - miner
Cristie, Edward P. - tinner, plumber
Crooker, Joshua B. - boarding house
Crooker, Robert E. - miner
Cummings, Enoch J. - carpenter
Cummins, Laura Miss - school teacher
Curtis & Markey - publishers Scott Valley News
Curtis, Samuel P. - Curtis & Markey
Cusick, James  - tailor
Davidson, Alonzo F. - City Marshall
Davidson, James A. - farmer 269 acres
Davidson, Samuel  - farmer 320 acres
Davis, Lewis  - farmer, miner
Davis, William W. - miner
Dawling, John - laborer
Dawling, Mary Mrs. - farmer 165 acres
DeBrun, Manuel S. - miner
Denure, John P. - farmer 160 acres
Diamond, James  - laborer
Dickinson, M. F. Mrs. - bookkeeper Fort Jones Hotel
Dickinson, Oscar - porter with H. J. Diggles
Dickinson, Richard A. - compositor Scott Valley News
Diggles, Grace P. Miss - clerk with H. J. Diggles
Diggles, Henry J. - gen mdse, dry goods, clothing, boots, hardware, agricultural implements
Diggles, Lottie Miss - clerk with H. J. Diggles
Diggles, L. S. Mrs. - bookkeeper with H. J. Diggles
Doney, Loring - laborer
Dudley, John E. - Dudley & Kunz
Dudley & Kunz - wagonmakers, blacksmiths
Duff, Samuel  - miner
Egli, Antone J. J. - farmer
Egli, Wm. A. - farmer 500 acres
Ehret, Chris. - butcher
Ely, Wm. K. - stockraiser
Episcopal Church - Rev. Wm. J. Lynd pastor
Evans, Aaron W. - teamster
Evans, Adolphus M. - teamster
Evans, George M. - farmer 80 acres
Evans, Isaac N. - farmer 320 acres
Evans, John C. - teamster  320 acres
Evans, Merrill - laborer
Evans, Samuel  - farmer 40 acres
Farmers' Flour Mill - James W. Reynolds proprietor
Feibush, Louis - watchmaker & jeweler
Fernandes, Joseph  - miner
Finley, Michael  - miner
Foltz, F. Mrs. - widow
Fort Jones Hotel - Mrs. Ann M. Hughes proprietor
Fort Jones Livery & Feed Stables - Andrew A. Beem proprietor
Fort Jones Mining Co. - Adam B. Sell superintendent
Fort Jones Saloon - John Henderson proprietor
Foster, George H. - laborer
Gimple, George W. - money lender, horse trainer
Givens, Flemming D. - laborer
Glendenning Bros. - farmers 756 acres
Glendenning, Thomas - Glendenning Bros.
Glendenning, William - Glendenning Bros.
Goodale, Alanson D. - farmer/stockraiser
Goodale, Oliver W. - farmer/stockraiser  880 acres
Gorman, John - farmer 160 acres
Graham, Edward - teamster
Graves, George F. - laborer
Gray, Joseph  - farmer 451 acres
Griffin, John - farmer 155 acres
Griffin, Patrick  - farmer
Hackman, William  - miner
Haight, Andrew J. - miner
Hall, C. C. - carpenter
Hamilton, Isaac - farmer 330 acres
Hamilton, John - farmer
Hammock, Brice M. - miner
Hammond, Charles F. - farmer 368 acres
Hart, Absalom - farmer
Hart, John J. - miner
Hartley, Charles  - blacksmith
Haupts, Father Rev. - pastor Roman Catholic Church
Haws, Daniel M. - laborer
Hay, Thomas G. - farmer 240 acres
Hayes, George W. - farmer 160 acres
Heard, Eudora Miss - farmer/stockraiser  400 acres
Heard, George W. - farmer 340 acres
Heartstrand, Paul A. - farmer
Hegler, Thomas C. - laborer
Heller, Louis - photographer
Henderson, John - proprietor Fort Jones Saloon
Henry, Geo. - farmer, miner  620 acres
Hight, Adoniram J. - miner
Hinkley, Elizabeth Mrs. - widow
Hi You Gulch Mining Co. - Noah Williams  superintendent
Hooper, E. G. Mrs. - boarding house
Hooper, Frank - school teacher
Hooper, Andrew J. - furniture
Hooper, John H.  - laborer
Hooper, J. M.  - carpenter
Hooper, Myron E. - furniture
Horn, David - stockraiser
Howard, A. C. - farmer
Howard, Scott S. - farmer
Howell, Edward B. - miner
Howell, Thomas B. - miner
Hughes, Ann M. Mrs. -  proprietor Fort Jones Hotel
Humphrey, Charles  - teamster
Hutchins, Henry T. - miner
Ives, Samson  - laborer
Ives, William - laborer
Jarrett, David B. - teamster
Joaquin, Joseph  - farmer
Johnson, James P. - laborer
Johnson, William  - miner
Jones, Daniel - miner
Jones, D. W. - J. W. Jones & Sons
Jones, J. W. - J. W. Jones & Sons
Jones, J. W. & Sons - farmers,  dairymen, money lenders, 640 acres
Jones, M. L. - miner
Jones, T. C. - proprietor Monarch Saloon
Jordon, Charles H. - laborer
Jordon, Edward W. - laborer
Jordon, William  - carpenter
Kearney, John - farmer
Kelley, John C. - blacksmith
Kinyon, Chase - farmer
Kinyon, James R. - farmer
Kinyon, William C. - laborer
Kramer, John - money lender
Kunz, Felix - Dudley & Kunz
Lewis, James  - laborer
Lighthill, Michael  - farmer
Lincoln, Eric T. - miner
Lincoln, John A. -  superintendent Oak Grove Mining Co.
Luna, Santa - laborer
Luttrell, James A. - farmer
Luttrell, Lloyd B. - farmer
Luttrell, Peter H. - laborer
Machado, Joseph  - miner
Mack, Henry A. - laborer
Mack, John B. - bartender Beer Hall Saloon
Mallow, George G. - farmer
Mallow, Mason - miner
Markey, Frank - Curtis & Markey
Marleyhan Bros. - farmers 520 acres
Marleyhan, James - Marleyhan Bros.
Marleyhan, Michael - Marleyhan Bros.
Marsac, Charles  - farmer 160 acres
Mathews, Israel S. - farmer 660 acres
Mathews, John F. - farmer
Mathewson, Ed. E. - miner
Mathewson, Ed. F. - hotel keeper, teamster
Mathewson, Henry B. - miner
McCombs, C. O.
McCook, David - miner
McDermit, Charles D. - laborer
McDermit, Hannah J. - widow
McDermitt, Sadie Miss - school teacher
McGuire, Michael J. - clerk with H. J. Diggles
McVay, Joseph H. - proprietor Beer Hall Saloon
Meamber, August P. - farmer, dealer farm produce
Meamber, John P. - farmer 320 acres
Methodist Episcopal Church - Rev. R. G. Stanley pastor
Miller, Wakeman B. - farmer 420 acres
Mitchell, Horace H. - farmer
Monarch Saloon - T. C. Jones proprietor
Montague, Reuben - miner
Moore, James  - miner
Morris, H. - laborer
Morrison, Joseph  - laborer
Moxley, John T. - farmer 320 acres
Muse, James H. - laborer
Nason, Edward G. - miner
Nentzel, Charles M. - farmer 480 acres
Newlin, James C. - laborer
Newton, Joel - physican & surgeon
Oak Grove Mining Co. - John A. Lincoln  superintendent
O'Neal, Robert - manfacturer & furniture dealer
Owen, Edward C. - millman
Owen, Frederica Mrs. - farmer 160 acres
Parker, Mary - widow
Patten, Thomas  - farmer 312 acres
Paulino, Frank - farmer
Paxton, James L. - proprietor Virginia Saloon
Pearson, James L. - farmer
Pereira, Manuel - farmer/stockraiser  160 acres
Peterson, P. P. - school teacher
Porter, C. W. - teamster
Postmaster - Adam B. Carlock
Prigmore Joseph R. - laborer
Quigley, James  - dairyman
Quigley, John F. - farmer
Rantz, Addison S. - farmer
Reichman, E. - farmer
Reynolds, Isaac A. - attorney at law
Reynolds, James W. - proprietor Farmers' Flour Mills 160 acres
Rias, Antonio - miner
Rias, Salvador - miner
Roberts, Charles E. - farmer
Roberts, Isaac - engineer Farmers' Flour Mills
Roberts, Isaac - laborer
Rodrigues, Manuel - laborer
Root, William J. - farmer 200 acres
Rose, Henry  - carpenter
Russell, George W. - Attorney at law, notary public, land conveyancer
Salverson, Gunder - laborer
Sargent, Charles A. - laborer
Savala, Moses - miner
Scholl, Francis J. - laborer
Scott Valley News - weekly, Curtis & Makey publishers
Seely, Josiah G. - laborer
Sell, Adam B. -  superintendent Fort Jones Mining Co.
Seven-and-a-Half Mining Co. - Joseph Short  superintendent
Shadduck, P. M. - laborer
Sharf, Frank H. - farmer
Sharpe, Wm. H. - farmer 620 acres
Shelley, Bartlett - farmer
Sherman, John F. - farmer 560 acres
Short, Joseph  - farmer,  miner
Silva, Antone - miner
Silva Frank - miner
Simas, John - farmer
Slater, Michael  - dairyman 480 acres
Smith, John W. - pump manfacturer
Smith, N. H. - County Supervisor
Sorensen, John - miner
Stage, George M. - miner
Stanley, R. G. Rev. - pastor M. E. Church
Starr, David - miner
Starr, Edward A. - farmer
Sterling, E. Mrs. -  proprietor Sterling House
Sterling House - Mrs. E. Sterling  proprietor
Stewart, H. H. Mrs. - school teacher
Stewart, John -  superintendent Bay City Mining Co.
Stewart, Singleton H. - laborer
Stone, R. D. - miner
Sunflower Mining Co. - Antone Silva  superintendent
Taplin, Henry  - stockraiser
Taylor, Archibald - logger
Taylor, John T. - miner
Taylor, Robert S. - blacksmith
Thomas, James E. - Justice of the Peace
Thomas, John - lumberman
Thomas, Thomas - miner
Thornton, Thomas - laborer
Thurston, Stephen W. - school teacher
Titcomb, Isaac - miner
Tredilox, John - farmer
Trevalli, Joseph  - laborer
Tucker, John - miner
Tuttle, Jacob - farmer 439 acres
Tyler, Charles E. - teamster
Vincent, John - quartz mill
Varnum, Solomon D. - farmer 400 acres
Virginia Saloon - James L. Paxton proprietor
Walker, Charles E. - laborer
Walker, Frank B. - horse trainer
Walker, James A. - farmer
Walker, James H. - farmer, dairyman
Walker, Joseph M. - farmer 264 acres
Walker, Robert M. - farmer
Walker, Walter S. - farmer
Walker, Wm. E. - farmer
Walker, Wm. W. - stockraiser
Walker, W. F. - farmer
Wanaka, Herman - laborer
Wanaka, Rudolph - miner
Ward, Michael  - laborer
Ward, Robert A. - money lender
Wayne, Benjamin F. - farmer
Webb, Andrew - laborer
Weeks, Sylvanius - merchant
Wheeler, John W. - Constable
White, Manuel - laborer
Whiting, B. T. - laborer
Whiting, Darius C. - laborer
Wicks, Charles  - laborer
Widdess, Thomas  - miner
Wilkinson, William R. - crockery, stoves, tin, hardware
Williams, E. E. - merchant
Williams, John - farmer
Williams, Joseph  - miner
Williams, Noah - miner
Wilson, Joseph  - farmer
Winegar, Easton J. - farmer
Wood, John C. - farmer, miner
Wood, John P. - farmer 172 acres
Woodward, Chauncey - farmer
Wortser, John B. - gen mdse
Wright, Henry D. - miner
Young, John S. - miner
Young, Joseph - miller Farmers' Flour Mill

FRENCH CREEK (See Etna Mills)

FRY'S (See Berryvale)

GALLION'S BAR  (See Etna Mills)

GAZELLE
A post office. Receives its freight from Delta and express matter from Yreka.

Akers, Elkanah S. - farmer/stockraiser
Bryan, Byron - laborer
Carins, -- - cattle dealer
Carpenter, Elijah - carpenter
Davis, Allen - farmer/stockraiser
Davis, Elijah - laborer
Davis, U. G. - stockraiser
Doan, George W. - laborer
Eddy, H. C. Mrs. - Postmaster
Eddy, Irving L. - farmer 160 acres
Edson Bros. - farmers/stockraisers  3480 acres
Edson, Eliphalet B. - Edson Bros.
Edson, Josiah R. - Edson Bros.
Edward, Abner H. - farmer
Fay, Jerome - money lender
Finnerty, James  - farmer/stockraiser
Foulke, Louis M. - miner
Guerney, R. M. - laborer
Harris, John M. - farmer/stockraiser
Harris, Matthew E. - farmer/stockraiser
Hughlett, John - laborer
Kiernan, James  - farmer
Kiernan, John - laborer
Kiernan, Patrick  - farmer/stockraiser
Krentz, Jacob - laborer
McGrath, William  - farmer/stockraiser  160 acres
Mills, Frank J. - farmer
Postmaster - Mrs. H. C. Eddy
Sherwood, A. T. D. - 2925 acres
Sissel, John - stockraiser
Towsend, William  - farmer/stockraiser  960 acres
Wadsworth, James H. - laborer
Wortman, Louis - farmer/stockraiser  400 acres

HAMBURGH BAR
A post office and mining camp, thirty-five miles southwest of Yreka.  It receives its express via Fort Jones, and freight via Redding.

Bateman, C. - laborer
Brown, Edward J. - miner
Caldwell, Daniel - gen mdse, Postmaster
Cooley, Katie Miss - school teacher
Cryderman, George A. - miner
Cryderman, Geo. A. Mrs. - hotel
Deezel, George  - laborer
Everill, J. H. - miner
Foley, James  - miner
Grider, W. T. - farmer
Hampton, J. - carpenter
Haynes, G. - miner
Hickman, J. - miner
Jugueit, Fred. - miner
Kennedy, E. C. - miner
Kinsman, N. G. - miner
Kittlewood, William  - miner, carpenter
Lamb, John - miner
Learned, Willard - miner, carpenter
Lemmett, Louis - miner
Lillard, Christopher C. - miner
Maplesden, B. F. - miner,  carpenter
Maplesden, Charles  - teamster
Maplesden, J. W. - teamster
Martin, Thomas G. - miner
McCrary, Robert G. - miner
McMahon, J. - miner
Millikin, M. - miner
Miner, Thomas J. - miner
Mitchell, Thomas  - miner
Morgan, W. D. - miner
Mott, M. - miner
Myers, Benjamin - miner
Myers, William F. - miner
Offield, Frank - miner
Offield, William P. - miner
O'Neil, John - farmer
Peckham, C. O. - blacksmith
Pedapedu, Joseph  - miner
Perkins, George R. - carpenter
Philips, M. B. - farmer
Pippin, W. L. - miner
Postmaster - Daniel Caldwell
Ramus, C. - miner
Roper, M. A. - miner
Shutt, Samuel A. - miner
Singleton, Merritt - miner
Swan, John T. - miner
Taylor, Elliot R. - miner
Todhunter, Swan - laborer
Willard, C. L. - miner

HAWKINSVILLE (See Yreka)

HENLEY
This place, formerly known as Cottonwood, is situated on the Klamath River at the mouth of  Cottonwood Creek, and nineteen miles north of Yreka.  It is a thriving little town in the center of a good farming section.  Has post and telegraph offices, and a population of about one hundred.

Anderson, J. F. - farmer 320 acres
Beaughan, Norman T. - school teacher
Bell, James  - farmer 160 acres
Brady, John - hotelkeeper
Call, Pinckney C. - farmer 5 acres
Campbell, John D. - farmer
Carson, Mark A. - miner
Clary, Samuel W. - miner  11 acres
Clawson, Eli - farmer
Clawson, Joseph F. - farmer
Clawson, Samuel H. - laborer
Cole, Rufus - farmer 612 acres
Cooley, John E. - farmer
Copeland, William H. - miner
Craghan, Benjamin F. - George H. Swarts & Co.
Davis, Evan W. - miner
Deal, George  - farmer 160 acres
DeGolding, -- - George H. Swarts & Co.
Dunnell, Elbridge G. - miner
Flye, Egbert C. - ferryman
Fox, James W. - farmer 94 acres
Goodrich, William E. - farmer
Griffiths, Jesse - miner
Goulding, David E. - miner
Hazlitt, Isaiah H. - farmer
Hightower, A. E. - laborer
Hilt, John - saw mill
Hilt, Nancy E. Mrs. - farmer
Hodge, Thomas  - miner
Jacobs, John - carpenter
Jaguel, Dennis - miner
Johnson, Mary E. Miss  - farmer
Johnson, Perry - farmer 160 acres
Jones, Thomas  - merchant
Kester, Edward - farmer
Lee, William  - carpenter
Mann, James  - miner
McGarvey, Patrick  - miner
McGraw, James  - George H. Swarts & Co.
Meagher, William  - farmer
Moore, Willis A. - drover
Naugle, Francis M. - teamster
Niles, Alex. W. - farmer
Niles, E. L. - farmer
Niles, Frank E. - farmer
Niles, J. Eugene - farmer
Niles, Lewis S. - wagonmaker
Pope, Edward - gardener
Reese, John - farmer
Roberts, Morris - miner
Romine, Moses - miner
Searcy, Henry C. - farmer
Shaft, Orville - miner
Shannon, Peter - miner
Shattuck, Silas - farmer
Shaughnessy, John - miner
Shearer, Thomas  - miner
Shultz, A. - George H. Swarts & Co.,  blacksmith
Smith, Augustus - miner
Smith, Erastus J. - farmer
Smith, Frank L. - farmer
Smith, William A. - farmer
Smith, William H. - miner  216 acres
Smith, William W. - miner
Stalcup, R. - George H. Swarts & Co.
Stafford, William W. - miner
Sterling, James  - miner
Swarts, George H. & Co. - river mining
Swarts, George H. - George H. Swarts & Co.
Temple, Jacob - miner
Terrill, Thomas  - stockraiser
Thomas, William B. - miner
Tippy, Leroy C. - teamster
Waggoner, John - miner
Wells, John A. - farmer
Williams, Alfred - farmer
Wilmot, William E. Rev.
Yeago, Angelo - Constable

HONOLULU
A Post Office.

Anshicks, Philip - miner
Arroe, Chris. - miner
Bentz, Joseph  - miner
Cora, Joseph  - miner
Empire Bar Mining Co. - William Pullen  superintendent
Enos, Joseph  - miner
Freshour, James R. - stockraiser
Freshour, Joseph  - miner
Freshour, Marion - driver express
Gibson, William  - saloon keeper
Gott, William N. - miner
Henry, John - miner
Henry, Thomas B. - miner
Hoar, James  - saloon keeper
Love, James W. - bricklayer
Lyon, Ed. - miner
Middlemiss, Thomas  - miner
Morin, Alex. - miner
Morris, John - saloon keeper
Mott, Philip - miner
Nelson, John - blacksmith
Paakna, James - miner
Pedro, Antone - miner
Pullen, William  -  superintendent Empire Bar Mining Co.
Reiter, Casper - stockraiser
Saxild, John - miner
Sleeper, M. - merchant
VanBergen, Theodore  - miner
Virginia Bar Mining Co. - Wm. Gibson  superintendent
Wood, William  - miner
Young, Charles  - miner

HUMBUG (See Yreka)

KLAMATH MILLS (See Yreka)

LAKEVILLE (See Etna Mills)

LAVA BEDS (See Yreka)

LITTLE SHASTA (See Mount Shasta)

LOWDEN (See Seiad Valley)

McADAM'S CREEK (See Fort Jones)

MOUNT SHASTA
A post office town, sixteen miles southeast of Yreka.  It has a flouring mill, a general store, blacksmith shop, etc.

Anderson, George  - farmer
Armstrong, James  - farmer
Babcock, Abraham L. - farmer
Babcock, W. L. - farmer
Barnum, E. Mrs. - farmer 80 acres
Barnum, Francis M. - farmer
Barnum, Winfield S. - stockraiser
Barnum, Zachariah T. - farmer 480 acres
Beaudroit, Charles  - farmer 220 acres
Begglen, Louis A. - carpenter
Bohrer, J. B. - farmer
Bossonnett, Peter - farmer
Bradley, John T. - farmer
Brandrait, Charles - distiller
Brown, George E. - laborer
Bryant, Robert B. - farmer
Burns, James B. - farmer
Burns, Wm. A. - farmer
Burr, Samuel B. - farmer 80 acres
Burr, Wm. S. - farmer
Cameron, Henry  - farmer
Cassidy, Charles  - farmer
Cassidy, Daniel B. - farmer 228 acres
Cash, Nelson - farmer 320 acres
Cleland, Wm. J. - butcher,  gen mdse 122 acres
Combs, Elias P. - farmer
Coonrad, Edward L. - farmer 160 acres
Davis, Henry L. - farmer 280 acres
Davis, Jesse F. - 785 acres
Davis, Wm. E. - farmer
DeLong, James  - farmer 400 acres
Deter, David - farmer 810 acres
Deter, George  - saw mill
Deter, Isaac - farmer
Dewey. Matthew - laborer
Dezevedo, Manuel S. - farmer
Dickey, Samuel M. - laborer
Dimmick, Frederick E. - laborer
Dimmick, Horace E. - laborer
Dimmick, Charles A. - Woodcock & Dimmick
Donaghy, John - farmer
Earheart, Davis - school teacher
Earheart, Davis C. - farmer
Earheart, E. - farmer
Earheart, Henry - farmer 316 acres
Edmunds, John - farmer
Evans, Wm. J. - County Supervisor,  farmer 2080 acres
Freeman, J. C. - school teacher
Gregory, H. E. Mrs.
Grisez, Celestine - farmer 400 acres
Grisez, James  - farmer 398 acres
Haight & Bro. - farmers 944  acres
Haight, Charles  - Haight & Bro.
Haight, Cornelius - Haight & Bro.
Harp, Wm. A. - farmer 120 acres
Harris, Charles D. - stockraiser
Hart, Charles E. - farmer
Hart, E. C.
Hart, George W. - farmer
Hotchkiss, E. L. - school teacher
Hotchkiss, Oliver E. - school teacher
Hoyt, Perry - farmer 1807 acres
Hughes, Edwin W. - farmer
Hull, Charles T. - farmer
Hull, Isaac T. - farmer
Hull, Martin A.
Hull, Samuel
Hunter, Joseph A. - farmer
Jansen, August
Kegg, John - farmer 965 acres
Keller, George C. - sheep herder
Kennedy, James  - farmer
Lathrop, Wm. F. - farmer
Lee, A.
Lemoine, John - laborer
Lewis, Gostion J. - farmer
Little Shasta Mills - P. S. Terwilliger superintendent
Martin, James B. - farmer 80 acres
Martin, R. M. - farmer 1000 acres
McCaslin, -- - farmer
McGrath, Thomas  - gen mdse, Postmaster 38 acres
Miller, John - farmer 1000 acres
Miller, Joseph  - farmer
Miller, William  - farmer 900 acres
Morningstar, George  - farmer
Morningstar, George W. - farmer
Musgrave, Samuel  - farmer 160 acres
Noel, J. T. - wagonmaker
O'Conner, Edward - farmer
Oldham, Jesse K. - farmer
Pauchard, Frederick  - farmer 160 acres
Pool, John O. - teamster
Pope, Charles W. - farmer 40 acres
Pope, Wm. L. - farmer 40 acres
Postmaster - Thomas McGrath
Rader, Richard E. - farmer
Rambo, Joseph M. - farmer
Randle, James M. - farmer
Randle, Joseph E. - farmer
Ranous, Mary H. Mrs. - 80 acres
Reid, David - farmer
Rohrer, John B. - farmer 480 acres
Rosborough, A. M. - farmer 160 acres
Rose, Joseph F. - farmer
Sarter, Harden J. - laborer
Sarter, Harvey J. - farmer
Sayer, August
Shearer, Robert - laborer
Sherwood, A. T. D. - farmer 883 acres
Smith, Frank M. - farmer
Smith, James M. - farmer 160 acres
Soule, Andrew - farmer 480 acres
Soule, George
Soule, Stephen H. - farmer 398 acres
Terwilliger, Andrew D. - carpenter
Terwilliger, Eugene D. - farmer 320 acres
Terwilliger, Jasper N. - painter
Terwilliger, Philip S. - superintendent Little Shasta Mills, farmer 1839 acres
Terwilliger, Sidney F. - farmer
Tisse, Anrade - farmer 180 acres
Tull, Edward S. - miner
Varnum, L. H. - County Surveyor,  160 acres
Walbridge, Alonzo S. - farmer
Walbridge, H. W. - farmer 340 acres
Webb, Samuel Jr. - farmer 160 acres
Wells, Justus - wheelwright
Wetzel, Edward - gen mdse
White, William  - farmer 120 acres
Williams, James D. - farmer
Winchester, Warren
Winn, Thomas  - farmer
Woodcock & Dimmick - blacksmith
Woodcock, William D. - Woodcock & Dimmick

OAK BAR
A post office town, with a population of about seventy, and situated on the Klamath River, twenty miles west of Yreka.  Farming interests predominate, while some considerable mining is still carried on in the neighborhood.

Anderson, Frederick  - miner
Bannon, Matthew - sawyer
Barton, Henry J. - Postmaster, gen mdse
Barton, John - farmer/stockraiser
Burk, William  - farmer
Carter, John - miner
Chedron, John - miner
Climper, John C. - miner
Clyman, Lancaster - farmer
Collins, David - blacksmith
Comstock, William B. - laborer
Crary, Stephen H. - miner
Dietrick, I. - salt works
Doggett, David W. - farmer
Doggett, George L. - farmer
Doggett, John C. - farmer
Doggett, William D. - farmer
Dunne, John - miner
Dusel, Gustave A. - miner
Eureka Mining Co. - M. Mott  superintendent
Everill, Jonathan T. - miner
Fabricius, Andrew J. - miner
Fiock, George  - farmer
Fox, William  - farmer
Gearheart, Isaac - carpenter
Gosney, John - laborer
Gosney, Samuel M. - farmer
Henry, Joseph  - miner
Jackson, Andrew - farmer, miner
Jensen, C. A. F. J. - miner
Jensen, F. Mrs.
Kelly, T. M. - farmer
Koles, H. F. - farmer, gen mdse
Lange, Neils E. - miner
Lange, P. C. - miner
Lannes, Antone P. - lumberman
Lasource, Ed.  - miner
Leduc, Joseph B. - saw mill, lumber
Lichens, Conrad - farmer
Lichens, William  - farmer
Margo, Joseph  - miner
McClure, Samuel  - farmer
McKinney, Henry S. - farmer
Miller, Eli - miner
Morgan, N. L. - farmer
Morrison, C. H. - mailcarrier
Mullen, John - miner
Musgrave, Mark - farmer
Neal, John - farmer
Parker, Charles D. - miner
Pearson, John - miner
Pedibidea, Joseph  - miner
Polley, Aaron A. - miner
Postmaster - H. J. Barton
Price, James  - miner
Quigley, Thomas  - farmer/stockraiser  41 acres
Rider, W. G. - miner
Snow, A. C. - saloon
Southworth, Thomas B. - miner
Spencer, John - miner
Vatinel, Leon - miner
Walker, W. D. - farmer
Walter, John J. - miner
Weakley, Jacob W. - carpenter
West, John - miner
White, Samuel - farmer/stockraiser
Wiley, Simon R. - miner

OAK GROVE (See Beswick)

ORO FINO
A post office town in Scott Valley, lying upon the opposite side of the Scott River, about five miles west of Fort Jones, and twenty-three miles southwest of Yreka.  It is supported principally by miming, and is a bustling camp of about one hundred and twenty people.  Its supplies are recieved via Fort Jones.

Ahern, Dennis - miner
Allen, Edward - miner
Allen, James B. - miner
Armes, Francis J. - miner
Bevan, Louis - miner
Bottoms, Aaron W. - miner
Calhoun, Daniel R. - laborer
Callahan, Thomas  - miner
Cannon, Joseph  - miner
Carroll, John A. - miner
Chamberlain, Robert H. - mechanic
Champlin, George W. - farmer
Cline, Allen A. - miner
Conner, Jacob - farmer
Culbreth, Thomas E. - miner
Daugel, Jacob - farmer
Eastlick, John B. - miner
Eastlick, Lafayette - miner  160 acres
Eastlick, Sylvester  - lumberman
Eastlick, Willard - miner
Eastlick, William W. - miner
Erno, Abram - miner
Fletcher, Charles H. - miner
Gilmore, Charles  - miner
Godfrey, Benjamin A. - farmer 348 acres
Grooms, Frank
Hall, C. T. - carpenter,  miner
Hand, James  - blacksmith
Hayes, William H. - farmer
Helm, J. D. - laborer
Hobart, H. - blacksmith
Hobart, William  - miner
Howard, Asa - farmer
Howard, Charles B. - farmer
Howard, Edward S. - farmer
Jipson, John - farmer
Johnson, Alex. M. - farmer, miner  315 acres
Johnson, James W. - miner
Jones, J. W. - farmer
Kradle, George F. - miner
Leonard, Stephen G. - laborer
Levering, Newton C. - apiarist
Lewis, Jacob W. - farmer 120 acres
Lewis, Maurice F. - miner
Lewis, William L. - farmer
Lindsay, John N. - miner
Lindsay, Richard S. - miner
Lindsay, William L. - miner
McCarton, George  - miner
McCormick, James  - miner
McDonald, George W. - miner
Miller, Leon W. - mechanic
Morrison, Joseph C. - blacksmith
Moxley, Lucius - farmer
Norman, Andrew J. - miner
Olmstead, Theodore  - teacher
Pitts, Valentine  - farmer
Pitz, Henry  - farmer
Pitz, Henry Jr. - farmer
Pitz, John - farmer
Pitz, Philip A. - farmer
Postmaster - Daniel Starr
Prindeville, John - miner
Quigley, Edwin S. - farmer
Quigley, John - farmer
Quigley, John Jr. - farmer 156 acres
Quigley, Thomas  - farmer
Quigley, William H. - farmer
Rammage, Samuel  - farmer 228 acres
Ray, William  - farmer
Schell, Christian - miner
Scott, Samuel C. - miner,  farmer
Shadduck, Frank - miner
Shadduck, Leaming - farmer
Shaw, Luke - miner
Sherburne, George  - laborer
Smith, Andrew M. C. - physican 53 acres
Smith, Charles R. - miner
Starr, Daniel - Postmaster
Stevens, Charles B. - miner
Stiffeny, Peter - miner
Thinnesse, Michael  - miner
Thompkins, Frederick R.  - miner
Thompkins, George  - miner
Turk, Frederick  - miner
Wade, Harden - farmer
Weeks, S. - gen mdse
Williams, J. W. - laborer
Wilson, Alexander - farmer,  miner
Wilson, Miss S. F. & Co. - gen mdse
Wilson, W. S. - farmer 480 acres
Wright, Benjamin F. - miner
Wright, F. - miner
Wright, Henry  - miner
Wright, Richard A. - miner
Young, John W. - money lender
 
QUARTZ VALLEY (See Etna Mills)

ROUGH AND READY (See Yreka)

SAWYER'S BAR

Anderson, John - miner
Ahlgren,  Abraham - miner
Ahlgren, Frank - miner
Barry, Christopher  - miner
Bigelow, George W. - blacksmith
Birdsall, Silas H. - Postmaster,  gen mdse
Bruckhouse, Frederick W. - blacksmith
Burns, William  - miner
Carr, James A. - miner
Casey, David - miner
Chase, James W. - miner
Christie,  John - saloon keeper
Cronin, Patrick  - miner
Culbert, I. - H. J. Eldridge & Co.
Curran, John J. - miner
Diers, Joseph  - miner
Doran, Patrick  - miner
Dorcher, John - miner
Dougherty, John - miner
Dunphy, Philip F. - merchant
Eldridge, H. J. - H. J. Eldridge & Co.
Eldridge, H. J. & Co. - gen mdse
Finley, Herbert - miner
Finley, Samuel L. - miner  36 acres
Fraizer, Joseph  - miner
Frank, John - miner
Girard, Davis J. - tinsmith
Gieschen, Henry  - miner
Glasgow, Richard  - miner
Harris, Edward F. - miner
Harris, John W. - miner
Heiney, Frank - miner
Heiney, Levi - blacksmith
Hickey, Thomas P. - miner
Hopson, Almond M. - laborer
Hopson, Douglas - farmer
Hughes Bros. - saw mill
Hughes, James R. - Hughes Bros., deputy Sheriff
Hughes, John S. - Hughes Bros.
Hutchinson, John H. - miner
James, William  - miner
Jenks, Bela W. - Attorney at law, notary public
Joseph, Manuel - miner
Keane, James E. - miner
Kelner, Diedrick - miner
Kennedy, John - school teacher
Klamath Quartz Mining Co. - J. B. Toukins  superintendent
Kline, William E. - miner
Kuchenbuch, Charles  - miner
Lake, Absalom - carpenter
Luddy,  Mary Mrs.
Luddy, Michael L. - miner
Luddy, William  - miner
Mallon, Arthur - bartender
Marshall, Samuel H. - miner
McCauliff, Hannah
McNelis, William  - saloon
Mohr, G. A. - miner
Moore, Edward - miner
Murray, William  - miner
Myer, Albert - miner
Nally, James  - hotel, butcher
Nicolet, Charles  - miner
Noonan, James  - miner
Peters, Henry - packer
Peters, John - packer
Peters, Martin - packer
Rainey, James  - miner
Robertson, Washington - mail carrier
Robinson, Henry P. - hotel, saloon
Roff, John C. - miner
Sheffield, Edward -  superintendent Uncle Sam Quartz Mine
Sheffield, Simon R. -  superintendent Star of the West Quartz Mine
Siogren, John - miner
Smith, Joseph W. - miner
Snead, Simeon - miner
Star of the West Quartz Mine - S. R. Sheffield  superintendent
Tanner, John P. - miner
Toukins, Jas. B. -  superintendent Klamath Quartz Mining Co.
Uncle Sam Quartz Mining Co. - Ed. Sheffield  superintendent
Vincent, Joseph  - miner
Wilson, Willard - carpenter
Windeler, John C. - miner

SCOTT RIVER
A post office town and the center of a good farming country in the western part of the county, located on the Scott River, near its junction with the Klamath.  It has a population of about one hundred and seventy-five, and has a good business already established, which is continually growing.

Ameter, Henry F. - farmer
Andrews, Martin - miner
Austin, Timothy D. - miner
Bailey, William E. - miner
Baxter, Edward J. - miner
Beebe, Jerome - miner
Borland, Andrew - miner
Borland, Walter - miner
Brian, Michael  - farmer
Breceda, Luciano - miner
Bueler, Joseph  - miner
Campbell, George W. - miner
Courts, James R. - teamster
Crawford, L. D. - hotel, shoemaker
Crawford, Warren H. - miner
Falkenstine, Christian - blacksmith
Falkenstine, Louis - farmer
Fisher, Charles  - blacksmith
Gadett, Joseph  - miner
Garretson, Job - miner
Goodale, Oliver W. - farmer
Green, Hamlet - miner
Hetschel, Richard  - miner
Hicks, Greenburg A. - gen mdse
Holmes, Warren G. - miner
Hoogs, Francis - miner
Hourigan, Michael  - miner
Ingram, Charles W. - miner
Isaacs, Marcus - laborer
Jacobs, Benjamin  - Justice of the Peace
Jacobs, Elisha - miner
Jensen, George F. - farmer
Kell, Nicholas - cabinetmaker
Kennedy, Edward C. - miner
Kettlewood, William  - miner
Kleaver, Christian F. W. - miner
Kleaver, William  - farmer
Klosterman, John - miner
Leduc, Joseph B. - saw mill
Lindsay, James H. - bartender
Magoffey, George W. - miner
Magoffey, James  - miner
Magoffey, Samuel  - miner
Magoffey, Thomas F. - miner
Maltby, Eugene L. - miner
McCarthy, Daniel - miner
McCarthy, Michael  - miner
McCrary, Bluford - miner
McCrary, Benjamin F. - miner
McCauley, James  - miner
Meyers, Benjamin  - miner
Milliken, Michael  - miner
Milne, Anthony - miner
Morgan, Calvin - miner
Mott, Marsena - miner
Mott, Philemon - miner
Nesbitt, T. - butcher, miner
Neutzel, Christopher - gen mdse
Postmaster - Louisa M. Simon
Prackles, Henry - barber
Ramus, Joseph  - miner
Reynolds, Edward - miner
Robinson, Isbella
Robinson, John - miner
Robinson, Mary - widow
Robinson, William  - gardener
Roehm, William  - miner
Rogers, George W. - farmer
Roper, Merrill A. - miner
Sell, Charles  - farmer
Shorb, Winfield - miner
Simon, Arthur - merchant
Simon, Louisa M. - Postmaster,  gen mdse
Smith, Frank - saloon
Smith, Henry E. - miner
Smith, Xenophen T. - miner
Steele, William J. - miner
Swann, John T. - miner
Taylor, Anson C. - miner
Thomas, Daniel D. - miner
Thomas, Myron K. - miner
Thompson, James M. - miner
Tomkins, Searls - miner
Volant, Jean E. - miner
Wicks, Joseph  - miner
Whiting, Peter - miner
Williams, Joseph W. - miner
Williams, Owens - miner
Zinn, John - miner

SEIAD VALLEY
A post office in the extreme northwestern part of the county, north of the Klamath River.

Ashton, Frank - laborer
Bailey, Charles M. - Postmaster, gen mdse
Bailey, Charles T. - photographer
Bailey, George H. - farmer
Bates, Frederick S. - miner
Bates, George W. - teamster
Bates, Randall M. - miner
Camp, Geo. K. - school teacher
Crawford, Alice Miss - school teacher
Grider, William T. - hotel, farmer
Hampton, James W. - wagonmaker
Lowden, George W. - miner
Lowden, John S. Jr. - miner
Lowden, John S. - farmer, hotel
McKay, John G. - laborer
Meamber, Augustus - packer
Phillips, Moses B. - blacksmith
Postmaster - Charles M. Bailey
Rainey Bros. - farmers
Rainey, James - Rainey Bros.
Rainey, Robert  - Rainey Bros.
Shinan, Marmaduke J. - farmer
Shiner, Marmeduke J. - farmer
Thorpe, Samuel K. - miner
Wood, William H. - miner

SOMES BAR (See Forks of Salmon)

TABLE ROCK (See Mount Shasta)

VIRGINIA BAR (See Yreka)

WILLOW CREEK
A post office town, situated on the proposed route of the California and Oregon Railroad.  It is a stage station on the Oregon stage line, and is rapidly developing into a town of importance.

Ager, Delia Miss - school teacher
Ager, Jerome B. - farmer 816 acres
Ager, Judson A. - farmer
Ager, Silas C. - farmer
Chandler, Freeman - miner  160 acres
Coelho, Antone J. - laborer
Combs, George B. - farmer 160 acres
Cooley, Fred G. - farmer
Cooley, John - farmer 260 acres
Gaemlick, Charles E. - farmer 920 acres
Herr, F. H. - farmer 440 acres
Jones, Thomas J. - farmer
Joseph, Antone - farmer,  miner  688 acres
Kuck, Diedrick - farmer 240 acres
Laird, Charles J. - farmer 160 acres
Laird, W. H. - school teacher
McGlaughlin, John - farmer
Miller, George  - farmer 780 acres
Prather, Clarence M. - farmer 320 acres
Richardson, Hiram T. - farmer 40 acres
Silva, Manuel - farmer
Soule, George  - farmer 80 acres
Soule, Stephen H. - farmer 80 acres
Thomason, John W. - farmer 280 acres
Thomason, Noah - farmer
West, Fines P. - farmer
Whitten, Charles M. - carpenter

YOCUMVILLE

Ayles, Stephen  - miner
Brooking, D. B. - miner
Church, Daniel  - clerk
Clark, Alfred J. - mason
Fairchild, Frank J. - clerk
Fyfield, John P. - merchant
Jenkins, Obediah - miner
Loftus, John J. - miner
Martin, John E. - miner
Morris, George  - miner
Orcutt, A. S. - saw mill
Plovier, Ludovica A. - miner
Storrs, William  - miner
White, Henry - miner

YREKA
This city, the capital of the county, is situated on the west bank of Yreka Creek, in the western part of Shasta Valley.  It is 431 miles from San Francisco and 350 miles from Sacramento.  The route of the California and Oregon Stage Line passes through Yreka, where the headquarters of the Company are located, and necessarily pays some considerable tribute to the business interests of the city.  The town was settled in 1851, the precious dust found in many of the gulches and streams of Shasta Valley, attracting many of the argonauts of that day to this locality.  The town consequently ranks as the oldest in northern California.  The ephemeral prosperity of that era was exhausted with the working out of the placers which gave it its original attraction, and its subsequent history and development is the creation of the steadier element which remained behind after the adventurous portion had been drawn away by new discoveries.  Under the steadier influence of this remnant, with the accretions in population made by new comers of like character, there has been a gradual growth in the surrounding farming country until now, in this vicinity, no interests outside of agriculture are considered as of great importance - the rich, fertile farming and grazing lands of Shasta Valley furnishing ample opportunities, and the progress of this improvement only awaits the advent of through railroad connection to e assured of material increase in its ratio.  The altitude of Yreka is about 2,500 feet above the level of the sea, but the climate is mild, without extremes of heat or cold, and remarkably healthy and invigorating.  All fruits of the temperate zone grow to perfection, and the abundance of roses and vines which adorn the residence portions of the town is evidence sufficient of the salubrity of the soil and the geniality of the climate, while the generally substantial character of its buildings, both for residence and business, is evidence of the permanent character of her citizens.  In her business composition Yreka has and maintains her full proportion of trading, mercantile, mechanical and manufacturing interests, although in the last item her development is scarcely begun, as she possesses in the waters of Yreka Creek a power sufficient to drive almost an unlimited amount of machinery.  In hotel accommodations she is fully equipped, and the demand for the dissemination of news and general information on the part of her citizens is met with by the publication of the Yreka Semi-Weekly Journal, by Mr. Robert Nixon, and the Yreka Weekly Union, by Mr. George Rodgers - two enterprising and flourishing newspapers, fully alive to the demands of the city both present and prospective.  Yreka has full postal, express and telegraphic communications, and numbers about 1,500 in population.

Abbott, Charles - teamster
Abbott, J. A. Mrs. - glovemaker
Allaire, Solomon - teamster
Allen, Calvin - barber
Allen, Hollis - mechanic
Amede, Tisso - farmer
Anderson, Frank - miner
Anderson, George W. - miner
Anderson, Thomas  - laborer
Antone, John - farmer 160 acres
Arenberg, Herman T. - blacksmith
Arnold, Frank - clerk with Raynes & Pyle
Autenrieth, Edward H. - Attorney at law
Autenrieth, Louis - druggist,  proprietor toll road,  superintendent gas works, 80 acres
Autenrieth, Sarah - widow
Azevedo, Joseph T. - miner
Bacon, Henry J. - agent Cal. & Oregon Stage Line
Baker, Jacob P. - laborer
Baldwin Saloon - Frank N. Roberts  proprietor
Baldwin's Livery & Feed Stables - Robert F. Young proprietor
Ball, Edgar - stockraiser  1494 acres
Bantz, Thomas A. - Justice of the Peace, Attorney at law
Barber, Jesse - trapper
Barker, Daniel  - farmer
Barnes, Horace M. - general agent
Barrett, William  - laborer
Beal, Henry N. - farmer 160 acres
Bean, David M. - blacksmith
Beard, John S. - District Attorney
Beaudroit, Louis - farmer
Beck, Henry  - teamster
Been, Mary Mrs. - weaver
Behnke, H. E. - miner
Bella Union Saloon - Charles Iunker proprietor
Bellows, Frederick L. - farmer
Billings, Hiram H. - farmer
Bird, John W. - clerk with Vance & Walbridge
Bisbee, William  - plumber, gasfitter
Blake, John M. - miner
Blake, Michael  - farmer
Blake, Peter - miner
Bluhm, Charles  - bartender with Charles Voss
Bohnard, Charles - cook Franco-American Hotel
Boles, Alvy - blacksmith
Bonhart, Charles - John B. Rohrer & Co.
Booth, William  - miner
Bossonett, August P. - teamster
Bowen, George W. - blacksmith, horseshoer
Bowen, Henry  - blacksmith
Boyd, William R. - Sheriff
Boyd, Wm. W. - laborer
Brautlacht, Edward C. - laborer
Brautlacht, Joseph  - laborer
Bray, I. J. Mrs. - widow
Bray, Wm. J. - carpenter, builder
Brazille, Manuel A. - miner
Breton, Charles  - capitalist
Brinzer, Herman - bookkeeper with Francis Riley
Brock, Aldin - miner
Brown, Edward V. - Justice of the Peace, wagonmaker
Brown, Frederick L. - clerk with Vance & Walbridge
Brown, Gus - laborer
Brown, John V. - Attorney at law
Brown, Rachel Mrs. - proprietor Railroad Hotel
Brown, Royal G. - bartender with A. D. Richards
Brown, Sylvester F. - cabinet maker
Brown, Wm. W. - laborer
Bull, John O. - Davis & Bull 80 acres
Burch, John - teamster
Burgess, John C. - road overseer 80 acres
Burns, Charles E. - miner
Burr, Mary Miss - Deter & Burr
Burrows, Albert H. -  superintendent California & Oregon Stage Line
Byrd, Henry C. - clerk
Byrd, William C. - woodman
Calfee, John A. - laborer
California & Oregon Stage Line - A. H. Burrows  superintendent
California & Oregon Stage Stables - Benjamin Franklin  proprietor
Calkins, Charles H. - laborer
Calvert, Noah - mason
Campbell, Thomas  - laborer
Cantineni, Simon - miner
Carlisle, Henry J. - laborer
Carrick, Elijah - blacksmith
Carrick, L. C. Mrs. - widow
Carrick, Myron L.  - blacksmith
Carrico, William H. - farmer
Castro, Antone - ditch tender
Castro, Enas - miner
Castro, Matthew - woodman
Centennial Mining Co. - Wm. A. Gott  superintendent
Chamber, John - laborer
Church, Daniel W. - miner
Churchill, Jerome - president Siskiyou Co. Bank,  farmer/stockraiser  6486 acres
City Drug Store - Fernando Rogler proprietor
City Market - Miller & Hughes proprietors
Clark, Morgan - teamster
Clarkson, James Mrs. - widow
Clarkson, William - vaquero
Cleland, John S. - gen mdse
Clement, Frank - laborer
Clodi, Charles  - clerk
C. O. D. Store - John Lehners proprietor
Coffman, James  - miner
Conner, Nicholas - laborer
Cook, Louis - baker
Cooley, William - auctioneer & commission merchant
Cordell, Jacob - farmer
Cornish, Cornelius C. - miner
Cornish, Robert L. - miner
Corsey, James  - miner
Corta, de Francisco T. - farmer
Cox, Isaac - miner
Craige, Silas - laborer
Crocker, J. R. - miner
Crovell, Manuel - teamster
Crowley, John - farmer/stockraiser
Croy, Jefferson P. - miner
Cuspeth, Joseph  - cook
Dale, Shadrach - farmer
Davidson, Jas. M. - County Clerk
Davidson, Joseph L. - laborer
Davidson, Thomas B. - carpenter
Davis, Alpheus G. W. - school teacher
Davis, Benjamin  - farmer
Davis & Bull - farmers 1000 acres
Davis, William R. - Davis & Bull
Day, Ira - miner
DeAndrade, Joseph G. - miner
Delvin, Henry  - laborer
DeMella, John - miner
DeSoza, John - laborer
DeSoza, Manuel S. - farmer
Deter & Burr - dressmakers
Deter, Francis Mrs. - Deter & Burr
Dewey, Levi H. - watchmaker, jeweler
DeWitt, Elisha - County Assessor
DeWitt, James  - farmer
DeWitt, R. O. Mrs. - widow
Dickelt, Henry J. - waiter
Dillstrom, Charles  - blacksmith
Dillstrom, Charles A. - laborer  160 acres
Dimmick, Elmer - operator Western Union Tel Co.
Dionne, Augustine - hotel clerk
Dionne, John A. - watchman Franco-American Hotel
Dixon, Benjamin  - laborer
Dominguez, Francisco P. - miner
Donaghy, John - farmer
Douglas, William A. - machinist
Dowling, C. M. Mrs. - widow
Dowling, Eugene - clerk with Francis Riley
Dowling, John - miner
Downey, Frank J. - miner
Driscoll, Joseph  - farmer
Dudley, Albert E. - carpenter
Dudley, Evan - plasterer
Duenkel, Herman - proprietor Last Chance Saloon
Duffy, Michael  - laborer
Dunn, William  - miner
Dutra, Joseph  - miner
Dutra, Manuel S. - miner
Eagle Feed & Livery Stables - George Fried  proprietor
Eagle Saloon - Maurice Renner proprietor
Eckhart, William B. - wagonmaker
Egbert, Henry  - capitalist
Eigeurach, Frank W. - laborer
Eigeurach, William  - laborer
Eirnberg, Himan - blacksmith
Empire Quartz Mill Co. - C. Iunker  superintendent
Empire Stables - Martin & Irwin proprietors
Enos, Charles  - cooper, deputy Sheriff
Evora, Joseph F. - miner
Faig, William  - brewer
Fairchild, George S. - farmer
Fernandez, John - carpenter
Fertig, Valentine  - painter
Fiock, George Jr. - farmer
Fiock, Henrietta Mrs. - farmer 280 acres
Fiock, Henry  - farmer
Fiock, John - butcher with Miller & Hughes
Fiock, John - carpenter
Fitten, Julius - horsetrainer
Foster, Antone - farmer
Foster, Joseph  - farmer
Frances, John - laborer
Frances, Joseph  - miner
Franco-American Hotel - John B. Rohren & Co.  proprietors
Franco Oyster Saloon - Edward Wheeler proprietor
Franco Saloon - James Wheeler proprietor
Franklin, Benjamin  -  proprietor California & Oregon Stage Stables
Franklin, Henry D.  - hostler
Fried, George -  proprietor Eagle Stables
Fried, George Jr. - hostler
Fried, Joseph  - hostler
Frost, Albert - teamster
Fuchs, Francis P. - laborer
Garfield, Alfred S. - miner
Garner, Henry M. - farmer
Garner, Jasper U. - laborer
Garvey, John - farmer
Garvey, Michael T. - teamster
Garvey, Patrick J. - farmer
Gathbrad, John - farmer
Gentry, Calvin B. - carpenter
Gibson, Lucy Miss - dressmaker
Gillis, H. B. - Attorney at law
Giroux, Abraham - blacksmith
Goldthwait, Edward E. - proprietor Yreka Brewery Saloon
Gomes, Joaquin - peddler
Goscalnes, Jose F. - farmer
Gott, William A. - superintendent Centennial Mining Co.
Graham, Thomas  - laborer
Grand Central Market - Charles Herzog Jr. proprietor
Green, Herman B. - engineer
Greener, Thomas - boot, shoemaker
Greenwood, Thomas  - miner
Grisez, Ferdinand - capitalist
Gross, Stephen  - miner
Guilbert, Caroline Mrs. - manufacturer soda water
Guilbert, Louis B. - farmer
Guilbert, Lucien E. - carpenter
Hahn, Augustus - miner
Haight, Charles  - farmer
Hall, John - school teacher
Hall, John O. - miner
Hallick, John G. - stage driver
Hamblin, Ann Mrs. - ladies' nurse
Hamilton, James M. - laborer
Hansen, Jacob - proprietor Yreka Photograph Gallery
Harden, Riley F. - teamster
Harmon, John A. - blacksmith
Harmon, John E. - Nehrbass & Harman
Harmony, Jacob  - hostler
Harmony, Kate Mrs. - laundress
Harmony, Theodore  - laborer
Harper, Benjamin F. - laborer
Harris, James  - laborer
Harris, Washington G. - teamster
Harris, William G. - miner
Harter, William H. - laborer
Hass, Frederick  - bartender
Haun, John - farmer
Haupts, Leonard Rev. - pastor St. Peter & St. Paul Catholic Church
Hawkins, Austin - deputy Sheriff
Hawkins, William E. - clerk
Hay, Andrew J. - farmer
Hearn, Fleming G. - dentist
Hearn, Harrison - clerk
Hearn, Henry - clerk with John S. Cleland
Hearn, Minnie Miss - school teacher
Hefner, John - laborer
Hendrick, John F. - laborer
Hendricks, James W. - farmer
Hendricks, John Q. - laborer
Herrick, Emerson - farmer
Herzog, Charles - butcher with Charles Herzog Jr.
Herzog, Charles Jr. -  proprietor Grand Central Market
Herzog, George
Herzog, Henry F. - butcher
Herzog, Robert - butcher with Charles Herzog Jr.
Hessnauer, John N. - laborer
Heybrook, Henry - furniture manufacturer
Heybrook, Henry Mrs. - variety store
Hiner, Isaiah - clerk
Hogan, John - laborer
Hood, J. E. Mrs. - midwife
Hopper, Robert L. - farmer 320 acres
Hovey, Melvin - printer
Hovey, William A. - undertaker, dealer caskets, coffins and general wagonmaker
Howe, George - laborer
Howland, Herschel W. - hostler
Hughes, William J. - Miller & Hughes
Humbug Fluming Co. - Charles Spendler  superintendent
Hunter, Solomon - laborer
Huseman & Julien - proprietors Yreka Foundry
Huseman, Louis - Huseman & Julien, vice-president The Siskiyou Co. Bank,  2200 acres
Hutchins, Francis - saloonkeeper
Iffland, Adam -  proprietor U. S. Bakery & Billiard Saloon
Iffland, Adam Mrs. - millinery
Ignasia, Manuel - miner
Irwin, Britton - livery stableman
Irwin, Castello M. - steward
Irwin, James  - laborer
Irwin, William - Martin & Irwin, Harbor Commisioner, San Francisco
Iunker, Albert E. - tinsmith
Iunker, Charles -  proprietor Pacific Brewery, Bella Union Saloon, County Supervisor
Jackson, George S. - farmer
Jackson, Griffin - teamster
Jaeckel, William - brewer
Jensen, Thomas - Constable
Jensen, Thorwald F. - merchant
Joaquin, Antone - bootmaker
Joaquin, Manuel - miner
Johnson, Joseph  - miner
Jones, Gilbert E. -  proprietor Yreka Stables
Jones, George H. - miner
Joseph, John - miner
Joseph, Victorine - woodman
Julien, N. D. - Huseman & Julien,  1120 acres
Junge, Nicolas - laborer
Keefer, Valentine J. - boot & shoemaker
Kelly, Daniel C. - stockraiser
Kelley, John J. - mechanic
Kelsch, John W. - steward
Kendall, Edwin J. - manager Western Union Tel. Co.
Kessler, Henry - druggist
Kessler, Joseph  - merchant
Keyser, George T. - laborer
King, Antone -  boot and shoemaker
King, Charles M. - County Treasurer
King, Frank - laborer
King, Frank J. - gen mdse
King, John - laborer
King, John R. - laborer
King, Wm. J. - laborer
Kinkaid, Mrs. - school teacher
Klinge, W. Mrs. - widow
Knapp, John W. - miner
Knect, George - stonecutter
Knight, H. - farmer
Koester, Frederick - miner
Koester, Henry  - laborer
Koester, William  - blacksmith
Kopp, John - carpenter
Laird, William T. - farmer 160 acres
Lamb, Newton - millman
Larison, Charles A. - dentist
Lash, Daniel N. - auctioneer
Lash, David N. - miner
Lash, Levi A. - deputy Marshal
Last Chance Saloon - Herman Duenkel  proprietor
Leary, Robert - laborer
LeBeau, Charles - steward County Hospital
Lee, Alfred - farmer, wood dealer
Lee, Bee - wood dealer
Lehman, Benjamin - gen mdse, dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, etc.
Lehman, Jesse E. - clerk with Benjamin Lehman
Lehman, Julius - clerk with Benjamin Lehman
Lehnarr, John - horseshoer
Lehners, Frederick  - clerk C. O. D. Store
Lehners, John  -  proprietor C. O. D. Store
Lemas, Albert - laborer
LeMay, Adeline Mrs. - farmer
LeMay, George  - blacksmith
LeMay, Paul O. - Swan & Le May
Lenharr, John - blacksmith
Leszinsky, Jacob - bartender Yreka Brewery Saloon
Leund, Dominick - miner
Lewis, August - miner
Lewis, Foulk - laborer
Lewis, Joseph  - miner
Lewis, Joseph S. - farmer 115 acres
Lodge, Robert J. - blacksmith
Loos, Beers - assistant editor Yreka Weekly Union
Loring, Charles F. - operator Western Union Tel Co.
Lynde, J. W. Rev. - pastor St. Lawrence Episcopal Church
Maben, Nathan C. - City Marshal
Madden, Gabriel L. - laborer
Magee, Arthur - miner
Magoffey, Samuel - Interal Revenue Collector
Mahan, Thomas D. - laborer
Mallory, Wm. L. - miner
Malzer, George - boot and shoemaker
Manha, Frank  - miner
Mann, George H. - laborer
Marcelaine, Antone - teamster
Martin, Antonio F. - miner
Martin & Irwin -  proprietors Empire Stables
Martin, Jacob - Martin & Irwin, carriage painter
Martin, Joseph  - miner
Martin, William  - miner
Mathews, John - deputy County Clerk
Maxey, John J. - laborer
Mayer, George F. - laborer
McCann, Thomas  - merchant
McChesney, Joseph  - physican & surgeon
McClellan, Alexander - miner
McClintock, George L.
McConaughy, William - Districy Attorney
McConnell, William  - miner
McElhinney, John - laborer
McKee, Anne Mrs. - stockraiser
McManus, Frankle - stage driver
McManus, Laura J. - widow
McNeil, Samuel - teamster
McNulty, Chris. - farmer
McNulty, Edward J. - stockraiser
McNulty, Joseph  - laborer
Mehan, Thomas D. - cooper
Merrick, Dennis - carpenter
Methodist Episcopal Church - Rev. G. G. Walters pastor
Meyer, Frank - stockraiser
Meyer, Melcheor - merchant tailor
Miller, Charles  - capitalist
Miller & Hughes - wholesale and retail butchers
Miller, Hugo - stoves, tin & hardware, mining & farming implements
Miller, John - Miller & Hughes
Miner, Matthew - dry goods, clothing, gen mdse
Miner, Matthew J. - school teacher
Miner, Thomas F. - clerk with M. Miner
Montie, Frank - fruitraiser
Moore, Benjamin F. - laborer
Moore, Charles - livery stable
Moore, Charles S. Jr. - farmer
Moore, John H. - interpreter
Morrison, John A. - capitalist
Morse, Henry A. - County Superintendent Schools
Morton, Robert G. - teamster
Moser, J. C. - woodman
Murray, Caswell L. - woodman
Murray, Emery - farmer
Myer, Frank - laborer
Naughtin, Patrick - laborer
Nehrbass & Harmon - carriage manufacturers, blacksmiths
Nehrbass, Louis - Hehrbass & Harmon
Neil, James A. - woodman
Nichols, Archibald - hostler
Nichols, Washington I. - Attorney at law
Nixon, Lizzie Miss - compositor Yreka Semi-weekly Journal
Nixon, Robert - editor and publisher Yreka Semi-weekly Journal
Nixon, Robert Jr. - compositor Yreka Semi-weekly Journal
Noia, Joaquin - miner
Nordheim, George A. - gunsmith, dealer cigars & tobacco
Nordheim, Louis - clerk
Nurse, George  - dairyman
Oberlin, William R. - farmer 570 acres
O'Connell, Benjamin  - miner
O'Donnell, Constantine - merchant
Oliveira, Antonio S.
Oliver, John W.  - physican
Olmstead, Platt A. - gardener
O'Neil, Edward - laborer
Orr, Harry W. - farmer 155 acres
Orr, Thomas  - farmer 3900 acres
Osborn, Frederick T. - operator Western Union Tel Co.
Osterman, J. - saloonkeeper
Otto, George  - farmer
Owens, Harry D. - painter
Owens, James - proprietor Yreka Boot & Shoe Store
Pacific Brewery - Charles Iunker proprietor
Pacific Improvement Co. - E. D. Ryan manager, 640 acres
Paine, Albert E. - watchmaker & jeweler
Parks, Ann Mrs. - boarding house
Parks, Erskine - teamster
Pashburg, John - wholesale & retail dealer cigars & tobacco, variety store
Patterson, Joseph R. - farmer
Paul, Wenzel - capitalist
Paul, W. J. - carpenter
Payne, Nehemiah - teamster
Payot, Antone - laborer
Payot, Charles  - farmer
Payot, Maria Mrs. - farmer
Peacock, Allen
Peck, George - bookkeeper
Peck, George H. - telegraph operator
Pellet, John S. - miner
Pellet, Samuel - assistant cashier Siskiyou County Bank
Pereira, Domingos - farmer
Pernell, Newton B. - farmer
Perry, E. - woodman
Perry, Edward M. - carpenter
Perry, Frank - miner
Perry, John T. - farmer
Perry, John W. - laborer
Peters, Chas. - proprietor Yreka Brewery
Peters, Godfrey H. - manager Yreka Brewery
Piemental, A. - miner
Piemental, Joseph  - miner
Piemental, Manuel - farmer
Piper, Joseph  - carpenter
Pipes, Jefferson L. - baker
Pipes, Morgan A. - carpenter
Poland, Peter - watchmaker
Pool, Leander - farmer 320 acres
Postmaster - Alonzo E. Raynes
Powers, James M. - carpenter
Powers, W. W. - carpenter
Pritchard, -- Mrs. - school teacher
Pyle, Curtis H. - Raynes & Pyle
Pyle, Mattie Miss - school teacher
Quadras, Manuel - miner
Radford, William A. - manager Franco-American Hotel
Ragland, Ratliff V. - broommaker
Railroad Hotel - Mrs. Rachel Brown proprietor
Rammers, J. H. - capitalist
Ramsey, James W. - plumber
Randle, Edward - blacksmith
Ranens, Hugh - carpenter, undertaker
Rank, Isaac - miner
Ranous, Elihu - undertaker, carpenter, builder
Raynes, Alonzo - Raynes & Pyle, Postmaster
Raynes & Pyle - dry goods, clothing, boots & shoes
Ream, Daniel D. - physican & surgeon
Ream, David - laborer
Reed, Francis - laborer
Reed, Zachariah  - laborer
Reese, Robert - miner
Remme, Katie Miss - compositor Yreka Semi-weekly Journal
Remme, S. M. Mrs. - widow
Renner, Maurice - proprietor Eagle Saloon
Repp,  Henry  - blacksmith, wagonmaker
Reuner, M. - saloon keeper
Rice, Joseph - deputy County Clerk
Richards, Anson D. - restaurant & lodgings
Richardson, James B. - farmer
Ricks, J. Mrs. - nurse
Riddle, James W. - carpenter
Riley, Francis - groceries, provisions, liquors, cigars, lumber
Ringe, Frederick  - harnessmaker, saddler
Ringe, Henry  - harnessmaker
Rixen, Andrew - brickmaker
Roberts, Frank N. -  proprietor Baldwin Saloon
Roberts, Joseph H. - filemaker
Robertson, Henry D. - physican & surgeon
Robertson, Wm. M. - horsetrainer
Rodgers, George  - editor Yreka Weekly Union
Rodrigues, Jacinto - shoemaker
Roestel, Herrmann - barber
Roestel, Max - barber
Rogers, Frank - laborer
Rogler, Fernando -  proprietor City Drug Store
Rohrer, John B. & Co. -  proprietors Franco-American Hotel
Rohrer, John B. - John B. Rohrer & Co., farmer 1118 acres
Root, Joshua D. - farmer
Rose, John - miner
Rose, Joseph  - miner
Rose, Manuel - miner
Roth, Charles  - laborer
Roundy, John G. - teamster
Rozario, Garcia J. - saloon keeper
Russell, James B. - dealer in marble monuments, etc.
Russell, Thomas  - blacksmith
Sanderson, Albert E. - laborer
Sanderson, Thomas B. - farmer
Sargent, Samuel T. - farmer
Sawtelle, Thomas - baker
Scheld, Henry - proprietor Yreka Water Works
Scheld, Herman W. - wagonmaker, carriagemaker
Scheld, Louis P. - miner
Scheld, Walter - blacksmith
Schelle, Konrad - sheepraiser  160 acres
Schlagel, Nicholas - laborer
Schlicht, Charles  - miller, farmer 650 acres
Scheitler, Jacob - laborer
Schmidt, Nicolaus - farmer
Schnabel, John - carpenter
Schnackenberg, Claus - stockraiser
Schock, Christian - drayman
Schofield, Edward H. - clerk
Schonbachlor, Francis B. - laborer
Schulmier, Caroline Mrs. - variety store
Schulmier, Henry  - farmer 160 acres
Schultz, A. - farmer
Schultz, Henry - tinner
Schultz, Louis - farmer
Schwatka, A. E. - miner
Schwatka, Harry E. - teamster
Scofield, Edward H. - City Recorder
Scott, John W. - laborer
Semons, John - miner
Sevirno, Joseph  - miner
Shearer, Edwin - Judge Superior Court
Shearrie, Robert - laborer
Shearer, William B. - salesman
Sheppard, Irwin - farmer
Short, Marshall - farmer,  fruitraiser  320 acres
Show, Lung - Chinese merchant
Silva, Antonio - miner
Silva, John - farmer
Silver, Jasper - stockraiser
Silver, Joseph  - stockraiser
Silver, Manuel - miner
Silveria, Antonio M. - laborer
Simmons, George  - capitalist, farmer
Simmons, John - laborer
Siskiyou Agricultural Park - A. G. W. Davis secretary
Siskiyou County Bank - J. Churchill president, Frederick E. Wadsworth cashier
Skeen, Elizabeth - widow
Skeen, George E. - farmer
Skeen, Joseph Y. - farmer
Skeen, Hiram D. - laborer
Skeen, Norris F. - farmer
Skinner, Henry C. - machinist Yreka Foundry
Skinner, James H. - machinist
Skinner, James T. - manager Yreka Foundry
Sleeper, Menasseh - bookkeeper
Slonacker, Francis - teamster
Smith, Albert N. - teamster
Smith, Amaziah - carpenter
Smith, Benjamin F. - Coroner & Public  Administrator
Smith, Clarence - school teacher
Smith, Jacob - miner
Smith, Orville A. - stockraiser
Soares, Antonio - farmer
Solus, Joseph  - farmer
Spengler, Charles  - miner
Spengler, Frederick  - miner
Steele, L. E. Mrs. - widow
Stephenson, Othaniel - miner
Stewart, Benjamin  - sheepherder
Stewart, Charles C. - miner
Stewart, Frederick - sign painter
Stimmel, H. E. - merchant
Stinier, Leopold - merchant tailor
Stinnel, Herman E. - stoves, tin & hardware
Stockslager, F.  - plasterer
Stone, W. S. - capitalist
Stornatore, Issac - farmer
Strickland, Eliza Miss - dressmaker
Strickland, P. G. Mrs. - dressmaker
St.Lawrence  Episcopal Church - Rev. J. W. Lynde pastor
St.Peter & St.Paul Catholic Church - Rev. Leonard Haupts pastor
Sullivan, George J. - miner
Sullivan, Thomas J. - miner
Sutherland, James - horsetrainer
Sutton, George W. - miner
Swan, Levy - Swan & Le May
Swan & Le May - general wagonmakers, blacksmiths
Taylor, Harvey B. - farmer
Teineira, Manuel - miner
Thomas, Joseph - boardinghouse keeper
Thomas, Joseph A. - laborer
Thomas, William M. - Attorney at law
Thompson, William  - saloon
Tibbitts, Randolph - miner
Tout, John - mason
Truax, Andrew Y. - farmer 160 acres
True, John - teamster with Vance & Walbridge
Truitt, Henry - hotelkeeper
Turner, William W. - stockherder
Tyran, Ephraim G. - miner
Urlings, John - brewer
Urlings, Mary Miss - school teacher
U. S. Bakery & Billiard Saloon - Adam Iffland proprietor
Vance, James - Vance & Walbridge
Vance & Walbridge  - gen mdse
Viera, Manuel - farmer
Viven, James H. - bartender
Voss, Charles - dealer fine confictionery,  proprietor Voss' Billiard Parlors.
VonPage, Charles  - physican
Voss, Charles  E. F. L. - saloon
Wadsworth, E. & H. - capitalists
Wadsworth, Frederick E. - cashier Siskiyou County Bank, agent Wells, Fargo & Co.
Walbridge, John M. - Vance & Walbridge,  340 acres
Walker, William B. - teamster
Walters, G. G. Rev. - pastor Methodist Episcopal Church
Walters, John - woodman
Walton, Benson - miner
Warren, Hudson B. - Attorney at law, notary public
Warren, H. B. Mrs.  - Warren & Young
Warren, Levi R. - gardener
Warren & Young - fashionable dressmakers
Washburn, James - bartender
Washburn, James M. - teamster
Watson, William E. - watchmaker
Webb, C. C.
Webb, John S. - laborer
Weller, George  - laborer
Wells, A. F. Mrs. - widow
Wetzel, Alois - gen mdse, clothing, boots & shoes
Wetzel, Edward - clerk
Wetzel, Jacob P. - shoemaker
Wetzel, Mary Miss - teacher music, painting and drawing
Wetzel, Sigmund - pioneer  bootmaker, miner, boots & shoes made to order
Wheatley, Jennie Miss - milliner
Wheeler, Edward -  proprietor Franco Oyster Saloon
Wheeler, James -  proprietor Franco Saloon
White, S. Jr. - miner
Williams, Frank - farmer
Williams, George - bootblack
Williams, James  - laborer
Williams, Samuel H. - miner
Willis, Calvin - woodman
Willis, George W. - laborer
Willis, Henry C. - teamster
Willis, Julian - laborer
Willis, Thomas  - farmer
Willis, William P. - miner
Winkle, Isaac W. - laborer
Winkle, J. A. - woodman
Winkler, A. - merchant
Witherill, Andrew - teamster
Witherill, George S. - bartender
Witherill, Oscar D. - miner
Wood, Frank - farmer
Wonn, Henry  - laborer
Wood, Jerry, Mrs. - widow
Woods, Ella Miss - compositor Yreka Semi-Weekly Journal
Wortman, Louis - carpenter
Young, Ida Miss - Warren & Young
Young, Nick - laborer
Young, Robert F. -  proprietor Baldwin Livery & Feed Stables
Young, Robert F. Jr. - drayman
Young, Theobald - confectionery, saloon
Young, William - bartender
Yreka Brewery Saloon - E. W. Goldthwaite  proprietor, fine wines,  liquors & cigars
Yreka Foundry - Huseman & Julien  proprietors
Yreka Gas Co. - Louis Autenreith  superintendent
Yreka Photograph Gallery - Jacob Hansen  proprietor
Yreka Semi-Weekly Journal - Robert Nixon publisher and editor
Yreka Stables - Gilbert E. Jones proprietor
Yreka Weekly Union - George Rodgers publisher and editor
Zehnder, Antone - saddler
Zollekoffer, Frank - miner

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History of SISKIYOU CO. as of 1885

This county, the central and largest of the three forming the northern tier of the State, is bounded on the north by the State of Oregon, on the east by Modoc, on the south by Shasta, Trinity and Humbolt, and on the west by Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, and contains a superficial area of 3,040 square miles, or 1,945,600 acres.

In its general topography Siskiyou can only be classed as a mountainous country, yet in the close dissection of the county in this respect some distinctive features, as compared with the other counties embraced in this publication, may be observed.  The tow grand ranges of mountains which extend through the State for the greater part along its eastern and western borders, have within the limits of this county been attracted together in the north, and in the commingling of their rugged heights reared up the some of the most gigantic monuments of Nature's grandeur that the world knows.  This feature is more appreciable when it is stated that the crests of both ranges uniformly tower as high as the lofty peaks of the Alps, and that Mount Shasta, the king of all the peaks of the State, whose summit perpetually hooded with snow pierces the azure at an altitude of 14,450 feet, is only exceeded by the far famed Mount Blanc by about one thousand feet.  The mount is located about thirteen miles from the southern border of the county, a little east of the middle, and is one of the most celebrated points of interest to travelers which our country offers.

With these characteristics in the mountain chains, the relieving features noted in the topography of Shasta County become more pronounced in Siskiyou; the vallies and level lands lying from two thousand to four thousand feet above the sea are wider and more extensive, and the proportion of tillable land is materially augmented.  Two of the large rivers of the State drain the county.  The Sacramento with its tributary streams taking their rise near the center and eastern part, unite in the county below in their journey to the south, while the Klamath entering from the north pursuing its course in a southwesterly direction in its passage, empties into the Pacific at a point nearly due west of the center of the county.

The McCloud River, rising in Mount Shasta, is the principal tributary of the Sacramento, and one of the most beautiful streams of the State.  It affords fine fishing ground, and in it are located the hatcheries and propagating beds of the United Stated Fish Commission.

To the east of the main chains of mountains, and in the northeastern part of the county, are found the lava beds, extending over into Oregon on the north, and to the east for into Modoc and Lassen Counties.  A vast, sterile plateau, the remains of some fierce volcanic convulsion of an earlier era.

Siskiyou's first settlement in 1850-51 is but a repetition of the mining history of that day.  Since that time and up to the present date, mining, although not followed so extensively, it remains the principal industry.  Until recently, however, no quartz mining had been done and no deep gravel mining attempted, so that this particular mineral development is as yet scarcely begun.

Besides the precious metals, copper, iron and coal abound, and in the southwestern part of the county rich deposits of cinnabar are found, which, when the prospects of quicksilver revive in the commercial world, will be of great value.
 In its lumber interests Siskiyou compares favorably with all the mountain counties.  Immense forests of fir and sugar pine reaching up to the snow line cover all of her mountains, and over fifteen saw mills, producing between five and six million feet of lumber and three hundred thousand shingles annually, are employed.

But after these sources of wealth are set out, the immense strides made in its agricultural development within the past few years proves that to this source must its future look most.  As the most acceptable and satisfying justification of this statement the following statistics of the year 1884 as against those of 1880 are given:  Number of acres planted in 1880, 31,400, included in which were 13,200 in wheat, 4,600 in oats, 2,300 in barley, and 250 in corn.  In 1884, total number of acres included in the sowing of the four cereals named above was 104,880, of which 95,100 was wheat, 6,000 barley, 3,600 oats, and 180 corn.  The average yield in the past five years of the foregoing staples per acre has been 18 bushels for wheat, 15 bushels for barley, 15 bushels for corn, and 14 bushels for oats.

In its capabilities for stockraising, Siskiyou takes rank with any part of the State; the foothills and mountain sides are replete with plentiful herbage upon which the winters make no perceptible diminution, and unlimited range for cattle is found at all seasons.

The assessment for 1880, in round figures, was:  Real estate, $1,000,000; improvements, $500,000; personal property, $1,500,00 - total, $3,000,000.  In 1884 the assessment rises to the following gratifying amount:  Real estate, $1,385,035; improvements, $814,194; personal property, $1,66,585 - total, $3,920,814.  The population of the county, 8,610 in 1880, will now doubtless approach close on to 10,000.

In climate no severities such as might be expected from its altitude and latitude are found, the mean temperature being sixty-two degrees for the year, ranging from about forty-two degrees in winter to eighty degrees in summer, the nights in summer being always cool and sometimes frosty.  The rainfall is always abundant.

At present Siskiyou is dependent for its outside connections upon its stage lines, which are plentiful and the roads good and well maintained.  The line of the California and Oregon Railroad passing through the center of the county from south to north, will doubtless be completed in the near future, the recent purchase of the northern end of the line from Portland south by the same parties owning the line coming up from below justifying the hope that, now that the interest are one, connection cannot long be deferred; and the county's development, so seriously retarded in the past by its distance from supplies, will show at once that this was her one great need to put her in the from rank.
 

 
 
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