Lassen County 1885 Directory

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Town Directory (1885)
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History of Lassen County (as printed in the 1885 Directory)
Bieber Big Valley (see Bieber) Buntingville (see Janesville) Cedar Run (see Bieber)
Centre (see Bieber) Copper Vale Grasshopper Valley (see Merrillville) Hayden Hill
Honey Lake Valley (see Susanville) Horse Lake Valley (see Merrillville) Janesville Johnstonville (see Susanville)
Juniper (see Bieber) Lake (see Susanville) Long Valley Merrillville
Milford Missouri Bend (see Susanville) Mountain Meadows (see Copper Vale) Oak Grove (see Milford)
Pleasant Butte (see Bieber) Providence Richmond (see Susanville) Riverside (see Susanville)
Secret Valley (see Susanville) Soldier Bridge (see Janesville) Susanville Washington (see Bieber)
Willow Creek (see Merrillville)      

History of Lassen County, CA (from the 1885 Directory)

This county is situated in the northeastern part of the State, being the second county from the north in the eastern tier. It is bounded on the north by Modoc County, on the east by the State of Nevada, on the south by Plumas, and on the west by Shasta and Plumas counties; contains an area of about five thousand square miles, and ranks in this respect as the eighth county of the State. The topography is uniform in character with the mountain counties of the State; flanked on the sough and west by the main chain of the Sierra Nevadas, the surface of the country gradually becomes less rugged and broken as it falls away to the east, detached mountain ranges, smaller in character, breaking away from the range proper, together with isolated mountains, cuts the county into many valleys, large and small. Intersecting these valleys fine streams of cool, clear water exist, rising from mountain springs in which fish, principally the California trout, are found in abundant numbers. Numerous lakes dot the surface, some of which are large enough to deserve distinctive notice. Honey Lake, the largest, situated in the southeastern part of the county, is fully one hundred miles in circumference, and has an average depth of about eight feet. The water of this lake is alkaline, and uninhabitable for trout, although certain species of white fish of an eatable quality are quite plentiful. The lake has no apparent outlet, and the disposal of the great volume of water it receives still remains a mooted question, the advocates of the evaporation theory being strongly contested by others who forcibly assert the existence of a subterranean outlet. To the northwest of Honey Lake and about twenty-five miles distant, Eagle Lake is found, entirely different in character from Honey Lake, its waters being cool, clear and fresh, abundantly stocked with splendid fish of all descriptions, and the home of many species of wild fowl. It is fifteen miles long by about seven and a half wide. Like Honey Lake, it has no apparent outlet, but about a mile from it to the southeast large springs, which continually pour forth great quantities of water, are logically thought to derive their supply from the lake. Horse Lake, an alkaline sheet, about three miles long by two wide, lies about twelve miles northeast of Eagle Lake. The Swan or Feather Lakes, a group in all about eight miles in length by four in width, situated forty miles northwest of Susanville, and Lassen Lake, in the extreme northeastern part of the county, completes the list of the most important. The last two are of fresh water, and well stocked in fish.

In climate, Lassen challenges comparison with any part of the State or of the country at large. The lowest of its vallies lies at an altitude of from thirty-five hundred to four thousand feet above the sea, insuring perfect immunity from all malarial impurities, and although the temperature occasionally reaches to nearly 100 degrees, which is its extreme limit, the dryness of the atmosphere enables one to endure it as easily as a temperature of 75 or 80 degrees in the Eastern States. In the winters, the snow falls to a considerable depth in the mountains, and remains on the ground in many places to even as late as July, but in the vallies and foothills scarcely a winter occurs, in which for the whole season stock is able to range at will, requiring no feed save that which they find for themselves.

The mining developments have thus far only given an index of the possibilities within the reach of an enterprising and comprehensive investment of capital. Up to the present time but three districts, known as the Antelope in the extreme southern, the Lassen in the southwestern, and the Hayden Hill districts in the northern central portion of the county, have been worked to any considerable extent, and these only upon the capital taken from the mines themselves, not a dollar, it is said, having come from the outside. The Hayden Hill district, by far the leading locality of the county, yielded a gross product for the years 1881 and 1882 of $260,00, and when it is remembered that the companies are still using the most primitive milling processes, by which the owners are claiming that a loss of at least 40 per cent. occurs, it will be at once apparent that in these mines a profitable source of investment may be found.

In its agricultural growth, Lassen County may be said to be yet in its infancy; in 1880, out of a total of 200,000 acres of arable land, as shown by the assessment rolls, but 20,800 acres were under cultivation. A large part of all the vallies are susceptible of cultivation, and with irrigation the whole can be made available. To this end various irrigating schemes have been projected, the principal of which, the Lassen Flume and Land Company, is now well under way. The timber supply of the county, which is most abundant, consisting principally of pine, spruce and fir, has as yet been scarcely tapped, there being at present no market, save that made by home consumption, but with the completion of the Nevada and Oregon Railroad, which is now in process of construction, a market can be reached in Nevada which will prove a wonderful stimulus to this industry.

The population of the is now about four thousand. The total value of all the property of the county, according to the assessment rolls of 1883, was $1,833,540, of which real estate and improvements amounts to $836,266, city and town lots and improvements $114,215, and personal property $880,659.

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This most important town of the northern part of the county is situated seventy-five miles northwest of Susanville, via Hayden Hill. Its location is an admirable one, lying a little west of the center of the Big Valley, of which scope of country it is the business metropolis; it commands an unbroken view of some twelve miles of sandy upland to the east; to the south and west four miles of level, black adobe land, and to the north, looking over the same character of rich land, the town of Lookout, six miles distant, can be seen. The people of this town, relying upon these fine agricultural surroundings, have pushed with commendable energy the improvement and development of the place, and are only awaiting the time when railroad connection will establish the place as the commercial center of Northeastern California. Two miles northeast of the town are found a series of hot sulphur springs, the waters of which, thrown out in large quantities, are always above the boiling point in temperature, and are said to possess great curative qualities. The town has good school facilities, fair hotel accommodations and possesses a bright, lively newspaper in the Mountain Tribune, published by Mr. Thomas P. Ford, which enjoys considerable influence and circulation. It has post and express offices, and has outside connections by stage routes to Susanville, and via the Redding, Bieber, Alturas and Lake View route to a railroad connection for San Francisco and other points.

Apple, J. H. - farmer 160 acres Jones, J. M. - stockraiser 360 acres
Arnett, W. C. - farmer 160 acres Jones, Wm. R. – stockraiser
Avala, Matthew J. – farmer Kennedy, Edward – stockraiser
Avala, Joseph - farmer 160 acres Kenyon, C. M. - stockraiser 320 acres
Babcock, Andrew – farmer Kenyon, Lewis - stockraiser 320 acres
Babcock, Chester - farmer/stockraiser 160 acres Kenyon, W. H. – stockraiser
Babcock, William - farmer 320 acres Knox, G. W. – farmer
Bassett, I. W. - farmer 320 acres Knox, Noah – sheepraiser
Bassett, J. M. - farmer 156 acres Kruze, August - farmer 160 acres
Bean, George H. - farmer/stockraiser Lamburth, C. M. – farmer
Bieber, N. - gen mdse, agent, Wells Fargo & Co., postmaster Lamburth, William F. - blacksmith, wagon maker, farmer, co. supervisor 160 a.
Boyd, Archibald - J. T. Boyd & Bro. Lampton, James L. – farmer
J. T. Boyd & Bro. - farmers/stockraisers 800 acres Leonard, Charles – farmer
Boyd, J. T. - J. T. Boyd & Bro. Leroy, William – farmer
Brown, F. J. – farmer Loomis, Martha Mrs. - proprietor Hill Side Stage Station 320 acres
Brown, Levi H. – cooper Maynard, Rufus S. – farmer
Brownell, Dewitt C. - Attorney at law, - stockraiser, 480 acres McCrary, James – teamster
Calavan, J. J. – farmer McGinness, Frank - steam sawmill
Calavan, W. L. - stockraiser 160 acres McWilliams, James – farmer
Carmichael, M. A. - sawmill 320 acres Minthorn, Hiram P. – farmer
Carroll, Charles W. H. – machinist Monroe, Dennis D. - horse trainer
Clark, Samuel – farmer Mountain Tribune - weekly Thomas P. Ford Editor/ proprietor
Clark, William R. – farmer Murphy, E.T. - saloon & billiards
Coats, Amos – farmer Myers, Frederick - farmer/stockraiser 480 acres
Cook, Albert W. – farmer Nichols, Frank A. – farmer
Cook, William – farmer Nix, John T. – butcher
Covell, Frank – farmer Packwood, J. K. - farmer/stockraiser 800 acres
Covell, James – farmer Packwood, William – clerk
Crowley, J. L. – engineer Page, H. O. - Gibbins & Page
Crowley, Randolph – farmer Parker, William H. - Goerig & Parker 160 acres
Crowley, Robert L. – farmer Paulk, S. H. - teamster 640 acres
Curry, J. D. - stockraiser 322 acres Perkiss, Arthur R. - Perkiss Bros.
Davis, S. E. - farmer 310 acres Perkiss Bros. - cheese factory
Dowell, Elisha – farmer Perkiss, C. W. - stockraiser 320 acres
Dunlap, L. A. Miss - school teacher Perkiss, S. E. - Perkiss Bros.
Earle, Charles F. – farmer Peterson, Peter - farmer/stockraiser 160 acres
Elliott, G. W. - farmer/stockraiser Philliber, Clinton – farmer
Elliott, George W. - compositor Mountain Tribune Powers, George A. - farmer/stockraiser
Estell, George J. – stockraiser Powers, Lewis - stockraiser 520 acres
Estell, W. K. - farmer/stockraiser 680 acres Powers, Samuel – farmer
Etzenbrouser, Elias - farmer 520 acres Ralls, Alexander – farmer
Eustis, F. W. - manager C.L. Holley's Estate Ralls, L. L. - county assessor
Finley Bros. - farmer 160 acres Ralls, Morgan – farmer
Finley, James - Finley Bros. Reavis, J. J. - stockraiser 320 acres
Finley, John - Finley Bros. Reeves, Halsey - farmer 160 acres
Ford, Edward S. - compositor Mountain Tribune Richardson, Joseph – farmer
Ford, Thomas P. - editor & proprietor Mountain Tribune Ricketts, R. A. - stockraiser 320 acres
Frazier, A. F. – farmer Rogers, William L. - blacksmith, horseshoer
Fulcher, David – farmer Roney, W. H. - Justice of the peace, school teacher, farmer 160 acres
Fulcher, F. G. – farmer Rucker, Richard S. – farmer
Fulcher, J. C. – farmer Schafer, Ernst H. - farmer/stockraiser 160 acres, proprietor stallion Bismarck
Fulcher, R.W. - stockraiser 800 acres Schooler, W. R. - school teacher, county supervisor 154 acres
Fulcher, Thomas J. – stockraiser Shiber, Joseph D. - shuke and rail maker
Gibbins, E. H. – farmer Shirer, Joseph – dairyman
Gibbins, John T. - Gibbins & Page Smith, Agustus - stockraiser 160 acres
Gibbins, Joseph R. – sheepraiser Smith, Green M. – farmer
Gibbins, L. A. Miss - school teacher Smith, J. W. – teamster
Gibbins & Page - proprietor of Steam Planing mill Smith, M. G. - stockraiser 160 acres
Goerig, Antone - stockraiser/dairyman 128 acres Smith, William L. – farmer
Goerig, Charles - Goerig & Parker, livery stable 240 acres Southard, James W. – farmer
Goerig, William - stockraiser 880 acres Southard, T. W. - lumberman/shakemaker 146 1/2 acres
Goerig & Parker – tollroad Stainbrook, Hiram - farmer 160 acres
Green, Lemuel T. – stockraiser Stonebreaker, W. N. - farmer/stockraiser, proprietor Hot Springs, 360 acres
Green, Wright F. – blacksmith Summers, Perry – farmer
Gummer, Joseph - stockraiser 320 acres Summers, Thomas - stockraiser 160 acres
Hansen, Christian - farmer 160 acres Swigard, George – butcher
Hansen, Lewis J. - farmer 160 acres Swigard, John T. – farmer
Hardin, Henry – farmer Symonds, H. K. - millwright, engineer 160 acres
Hardin, James H. – farmer Thompson, George - farmer/stockraiser 320 acres
Hensley, J. G. – teamster Thompson, Samuel – farmer
Herrick, A. C. - farmer/stockraiser 640 acres Thompson, William - physician & surgeon
Herrick, Elsie - farmer/stockraiser 470 acres Vansickle, Egbert E. - farmer 160 acres
Hockman, Jacob – farmer Volcklandt, John - painter, clerk with N. Bieber
Holcomb, Charles A. – farmer Walker, Joseph - stockraiser 160 acres
Holcomb, Isaac W. – farmer Walsh, John – stockraiser
Holcomb, James H. – farmer Walsh, Peter – stockraiser
Holcomb, J. W. - farmer 160 acres Watson, Archibald – farmer
Holcomb, Stephen N. – farmer Watson, David - farmer/stockraiser 1160 acres
Holcomb, W. H. – farmer Watson, Milton - farmer 160 acres
Holland, William A. – farmer Watson, S. N. - farmer 440 acres
Holley, C. L. - F.W. Eustis manager estate, stockranch, 320 acres Wilson, T. W. - stockraiser 480 acres
Huber, Antone - hostler with Goerig & Parker Woodin, James – sawyer
Jacks, T. H. Mrs. - milliner 160 acres Woodin, M. P. Mrs. - school teacher
Jackson, G. W. - farmer/stockraiser 600 acres Woodmansee, S. A. Mrs. – farmer
Jones, Henry – stockraiser 320 acres Zwyssig, John - stockraiser 640 acres

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A small town, with post office, situated about midway between Prattville and Susanville, sixteen miles from the latter place. It has a tri-weekly stage route each way between these two points. Mountain Meadows, in which the town is located, has an area of twelve thousand acres, principally devoted to stockraising and dairying. Over seven thousand acres of the meadows are on the market, for which liberal arrangements can be made.

Anthony, John D. - stockraiser & dairyman 160 acres McCoy, Levi – stockraiser
Charles, -- - sawyer & millwright With P. Cowles McIntosh, L. H. - stockraiser 1200 acres
Chipman, Frank – miner Miller, -- - sawyer with P. Cowles
Chipman, George A. – miner Monroe, James – miner
Cowles, P. – sawmill Pond, Wash. - horse raiser
Cronan, Patrick - stockraiser, hotel 1000 acres Ricketts & Hendricks - stock & sheep raiser 1600 acres
Dennem, Thos. - hotel 160 acres Rider, Eldridge C. – miner
Faleger, J. A. - stockraiser 600 acres Sibley, Joseph – miner
Goodrich, C. C. - postmaster, hotel keeper, stockraiser 7640 acres Williams Bros. - sheep raisers
Hendricks, Thomas T. - Ricketts & Hendricks Williams, John J. - Williams Bros.
Holladay, -- - stockraiser 160 acres Williams, Wm. - Williams Bros.

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A small mining town situated fifty-five miles northwest of Susanville. The town has two hotels, a schoolhouse, and a post office. It is supported entirely by the mines, which in this locality, yield readily and largely in decomposed quartz, easily worked, and realizes good profits. The population is about 100 over 60 being employed directly in the mines.

Anderson, Harmon – miner Loveland, C. F. - stockraiser 320 acres
Anderson, N. A. Mrs. – widow Massingill, W. A. - Roseberry, Harvey & Co.
Banks, John – miner McBride, W. M. - farmer/stockraiser
Blue Bell Mining Co. - Preston, Howard, & Dillion McBride, W. P. – blacksmith
Bradshaw, B. S. – miner McCurdy, Norton V. – miner
Burgett, W. H. – miner McDonnell William - Don't Care Mine, res Calistoga
Cady, Frank - stockraiser 400 acres, res San Joaquin Co. McFailing, John - superintendent Juniper Mine, res Oakland
Cady, Frederick R. – stockraiser McFarling, George W. – miner
Castro, Mansel – miner McFarling, Johnston H. – painter
Castro, Morris L. – miner McKean, West H. – miner
Daniels, Francis M. – miner McLaine, Daniel – miner
Dillion, N. B. - Blue Bell Mining Co. Nash, C. H. - Hopkins, Nash & Co. res Calistoga
Dunbar, William A. – miner Nebineker, E. F. Mrs. - Roseberry, Harvey & Co. res Adin, Modoc Co
Evening Star Mine & Mill - G. F. Hoes proprietor Nelson, John C. – miner
Fluent, James S. – miner Norton, Eben – miner
Golden Eagle Mine & Mill - Hopkins, Nash & Co. proprietors Parrish, I. B. & F. P. – stockraisers
Hall, James G. - stockraiser 160 acres Parrish, A. – stockraiser
Hall, Charles C. – miner Peck, J. L. - Roseberry, Harvey & Co.
Harbert, W. F. & Co. – miners Perrault R. – stockraiser
Harrold, James P. G. – miner Preston, R. – stockraiser
Highet, Edgar F. – miner Preston, E. B. - Blue Bell Mining Co. 160 acres
Highet, Samuel M. – miner Ritchey, Alonzo P. – miner
Highet, William W. – miner Rose, Jerry - miner, hotel keeper
Hoes, G. F. - proprietor Evening Star Mine & Mill 40 acres Roseberry, Thomas A. - Roseberry, Harvey & Co. Adin, Modoc Co.
Holland, John R. – stockraiser Roseberry, Harvey & Co.- gen mdse
Hopkins, L. H. - Hopkins, Nash & Co. 24 acres Sain, Homer J. – laborer
Hopkins, Nash & Co. - proprietors Golden Eagle Mine Saling, Richmond – miner
Hopkins, W. H. - Hopkins, Nash, & Co. res Calistoga Shelby, John C. – miner
Howard, W. C. - Blue Bell Mining Co. Smothers, Jacob C. – farmer
Juniper Mine - John McFailing superintendent Snider, Michael - stockraiser 160 acres
Knight, George H. - Roseberry, Harvey & Co. res Adin, Modoc Co. Spaulding, Ida Miss - school teacher
Lacert, Aimee – miner Stearns, William G. – miner
Lake, T. H. - farmer/stockraiser Summers, William T. - hotel & stable
Lee, William M. – miner Trout, J. S. – stockraiser
Lewis, S. S. – miner West, Samuel D. – farmer
Lewis, J. C. - Roseberry, Harvey & Co. res Adin, Modoc Co White, John – stockraiser
Lonkey, Xavier - farmer/stockraiser 160 acres Willis, Clara Mrs. - postmistress
Loveland, Simeon – farmer

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A small town, with post office, twelve miles south of Susanville, in Honey Lake Valley, and is surrounded by fine grain, fruit and dairy lands. It has a hotel and a steam flouring mill of 30 barrells per day capacity. Daily connections by stage to Susanville and Reno are had each way daily.

Alexander, Abraham - Blum & Alexander Hoffman, Floyd B. – farmer
Arnold, John D. – farmer Hoffman, Samuel - farmer 560 acres
Ashley, Augustus F. – mechanic Holmes, Edgar B. – farmer
Babcock, C. M. - 120 acres Honey Lake Mills - flouring, Dakin & McClellan proprietors
Bailey, George B. – farmer Hostetter, F. M. - farmer 160 acres
Bailey, Ira E. – teamster Hostetter, Frank M. Jr. – teamster
Bailey, J. R. - hotel, fruit raiser, gardener, 80 acres Hudson, A. J. – farmer
Bailey, Walter – farmer Hudson, E. - miner 320 acres
Bailey, W. R. – farmer Hudson, J. - miner 60 acres
Baldwin, Henry D. – farmer Hudson, James M. – farmer
Baldwin, Jerry – farmer Hughes, John – laborer
Bandy, William J. – laborer Hughes, Thomas W. – carpenter
Barham, Charles - Conger & Barham Ingram, John J. – farmer
Barham, T. M. - farmer 210 acres Jellison, John E. – carpenter
Barnett, David – farmer Johnson, John – farmer
Barry, J. N. - farmer 400 acres Kelley, J. D. - Kelley & Winchell
Barry, N. J. - school teacher Kelley & Winchell - farmers/stockraisers
Bass Bros. – stockraisers Kirby, Henry – farmer
Bass, Ed. - Bass Bros. Kirby, N. - farmer 212 acres
Bass, John E. – farmer Lane, Andrew - wagon maker
Bass, R. D. - farmer 840 acres Lane, A. W. – carpenter
Bass, Richard - 559 acres Lane, Louis L. – laborer
Bass, Stephen S. - Bass Bros. Lax, S. - farmer 160 acres
Bass, Wm. B. – farmer Leitch, Peter – farmer
Bird, Albert D. - Eustice, Bromby & Co.; school teacher Leitch, William - farmer 295 acres
Boggs, J. Robert - blacksmith, wagon maker 160 acres Lowe, Alonzo - farmer 80 acres
Bond, Jeremiah - farmer, teamster, 320 acres Lowe, John - farmer 218 acres
Boody, Rachel – widow Lybarger, Geo. R. – farmer
Bouchard, Alexander – miller Lynch, Peter – farmer
Broadwell, Jacob – farmer Madden, Geo. W. – mason
Bromby, Albert - Eustice, Bromby & Co. Masten, J. T. - farmer 400 acres
Brubeck, L. W. - farmer 311 acres Masten & Ramsey - farmers 400 acres
Buchard, Alexander – miller McClellan, H. E. - Dakin & McClellan
Byers, J. D. - cattle raiser McGranahan, G. B. – hotel
Cain, Geo. M. – farmer McMurphy, Abner – farmer
Clark, Charles – farmer McMurphy, Harry H. - McMurphy & Hemler 357 acres
Clark, N. & Son - 235 acres McMurphy & Hemler - stockraisers 400 acres
Clark, Wm. H. – farmer McShane, David – laborer
Clinton, Duncan – laborer Meylert, G. W. - proprietor stage lines, mail contractor, farmer, gen msde 3920 acres
Conger & Barham – farmers Meylert, H. W. - manager with G. W. Meylert and postmaster
Conger, Joseph - Conger & Barham Moe, H. M. - farmer 325 acres
Cornelison, Wiley - saw mill 320 acres Moore, Cornelius A. – lumberman
Dakin, H. H. - Dakin & McClellan Moyer, Hiram – laborer
Dakin & McClellan - proprietors Honey Lake Mills Moyer, James T. – farmer
Davie, G. B. – dairyman Moyer, N. – farmer
Day, Lewis A. – teamster Moyer, Peter - farmer 160 acres
Decious, J. W. - farmer 174 acres Moyer, Samuel – farmer
DeForest, Clinton - farmer 160 acres Moyer, Urias – farmer
Dill, Andrew - farmer 600 acres Mulroney, T. J. - farmer 320 acres
Dukee, Joseph – farmer Myers, Ed. – blacksmith
Duncan, Clinton – teamster Nett, Frank – farmer
Dunn, James – farmer Painter, S. H. – teamster
Dunn, J. R. – farmer 650 acres Parker, Frank L. - farmer 160 acres
Dunn, John T. – farmer Parker, Sarah Mrs. – farmer
Dunn, Lizzie Miss - school teacher Parks, Fred. W. - farmer 45 acres
Dunn, W. D. - farmer 160 acres Parks, Hiram B. – farmer
Elledge, Millard F. – farmer Parks, Myra Miss - school teacher
Epley, T. R. - farmer 320 acres Sharp, J. P. - farmer 271 acres
Eustice, Bromby & Co. – farmers Sifford, Alexander – farmer
Fairfield, A. N. - school teacher Smith, George M. – farmer
Fairfield, E. W. - farmer 160 acres Smith, James M. – farmer
Faringer, J. – laborer Smith, J. D. - farmer 320 acres
Faulkner, Jacob A.- engineer Smith, Jonathan A. – farmer
Fisher, J. L. - farmer 160 acres Smith, J. W. – sheepraiser
Foley, R. E. - physician & surgeon Smith, J. P. M. - farmer 120 acres
Foot, Alfonso – farmer Spencer, Moses T. – farmer
Foot, Lorenzo – farmer Spoon, A. J. Rev. - farmer 360 acres
Frazier, Samuel - farmer 200 acres Spoon, Preston J. - farmer 158 acres
French, T. J. - farmer 348 acres Stinger, Frank P. – laborer
Fry, G. W. - farmer 640 acres Summers, Francis M. – farmer
Gaddy, Collins – farmer Tanner, Martin – farmer
Gamron, Vincent – farmer Tatum, S. C. – farmer
Gray, A. Mrs. - farmer 80 acres Terrill, George P. – laborer
Haley, E. E. – teamster Thompson, Richard – farmer
Haley, H. N. – teamster Tyrrell, Henry – farmer
Haley, James L. – farmer Wales, G. R. - farmer 292 acres
Hallett, Isalah E. – farmer Winchell, F. N. - school teacher
Hartson, Charles – farmer Winchell, Hiram - Kelley & Winchell
Hemler, Oscar - McMurphy & Hemler Woodruff, Benjamin C. – farmer
Hicks, Leonard - farmer 880 acres Yanner, J. M. – engineer

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A Post Office, situated at the extreme southeastern part of the county.

Bacon, F. W. & Bros. - 400 acres Leonard, Samuel – laborer
Bennett, T. D. - hotelkeeper, farmer 320 acres McKissick, Jacob - stockraiser 4780 acres
Black, A. D. – miner McNamara, Mary Mrs. - farmer 538 acres
Booard, C. M. – farmer McQuarrie, Malcolm – farmer
Bryan, Richard C. – hotelkeeper Miller, James – stockraiser
Calligan, W. H. - farmer 200 acres Miller, Robert – stockraiser
Cameron, D. - farmer 320 acres Rhodes, J. M. - farmer 1640 acres
Cameron, David Jr. - farmer 320 acres Rhodes, Lloyd B. – farmer
Church, Charles G. – laborer Riley, William - farmer 320 acres
Clark, Charles B. – stockraiser Robert, Joseph L. – farmer
Craig. John S. – farmer Roberts, J. C. - farmer 160 acres
Crowder, Thomas P. – laborer Roberts, Jonathan B. – farmer
Cutting, W. B. - 160 acres Robinson, John – farmer
Dalton, Ed. – farmer Robinson, J. H. – farmer
Dooley, Charles - farmer 160 acres Robinson, William J. – farmer
Dooley, R. M. – farmer Ross, A. E. - farmer 1580 acres
Doyen, H. J. – mechanic Rowland, F. M. - 280 acres
Doyle, John W. - farmer 400 acres Steinberger, J. M. - stage station 400 acres
Farley, Thomas - farmer 185 acres Talbot, Basil H. – teamster
Ferris, E. – farmer Templar, James A. – stockraiser
Greeno, George - farmer 158 acres Thompson, George A. – teamster
Harwood, Charles A. – farmer Tipton, Jasper J. – farmer
Harwood, John T. - farmer 40 acres Trudell, Charles – laborer
Hartery, Thomas - farmer 320 acres Waltz, William - farmer 320 acres
Hopkins, W. S. – laborer Ware, D. W. – farmer
Ingram, Hugh L. – farmer Williams, J. F. – farmer
Ingram, Robert - farmer 80 acres Williams, Joseph – farmer
Jones, Charles E. – farmer Wilson, Addison N. – laborer
Jones, W. E. - farmer 120 acres Wood, Iris C. – farmer

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A small town with post office, twenty miles from Susanville, located on Willow Creek, in the valley of the same name. Hurlbut's sawmill at this place has a capacity of 3000 feet per day. A large hotel is now in process of erection.

Blair, A. V. Mrs. Jacobs, John - Jacobs Bros.
Blair, J. J. - farmer 320 acres Jacquis, Alfred – carpenter
Blair, Robert – farmer Jones, Newton - Jones & Summers
Blunck, J. H. – farmer Jones & Summers
Buchannan, Ervin – farmer Knudson, Louis - farmer 660 acres
Burris, Frank V. – stockraiser Lake, John – farmer
Cramer Bros. - stockraisers 1980 acres Legalle, John T. – farmer
Cramer, Charles - Cramer Bros. Loveland, Anderson – stockraiser
Cramer, Daniel - Cramer Bros. Loveland, Frank – stockraiser
Cramer, David – farmer Losey, Allen – farmer
Davis, J. H. - farmer/stockraiser 160 acres Mawer, William – farmer
Davis, William S. - farmer/stockraiser 483 acres Menefee, Breckenridge – laborer
DeFanti, Pasquale – dairyman Menefee, James B. – farmer
Dow, William - stockraiser 160 acres Menefee, N. W. – farmer
Eicher, Wm. B. – farmer Newhouse, Benjamin - farmer/stockraiser
Fairhead, James – stockraiser Penman, John T. – laborer
Fluery, Frank M. - saloon, stockraiser 160 acres Penman, William F. – miner
Fluery, Firman – farmer Prime, Henry S. - laborer 160 acres
Folsom, M. O. - stockraiser 2438 acres Rankin, Andrew J. – laborer
Folsom, Olsen - stockraiser 480 acres Richards, Reese – farmer
Fox, Albert A. - laborer with Wm. S. Davis Ridgeway, E. W. – laborer
Frilter, James W. – farmer Rogers, William B. – farmer
Gaerig, William – dairyman Shumway, B. E. - stockraiser 520 acres
Gattleman, Herman – laborer Shumway, George – farmer
Gerking, David – laborer Shumway, M. Mrs. - 640 acres
Grass, Leonard – farmer Shumway, Nathan – farmer
Hallstead, James – cook Siebert, Charles – laborer
Healey, Matthew - stockraiser 1400 acres Small, John – farmer
Heavy, John - sheepraiser 330 1/2 acres Summers, J. H. - Jones & Summers
Henry, Lucas – farmer Thibault, E. Mrs.
Hoagland, Henry L. - farm overseer Tuneson, A. L. - stockraiser 960 acres
Hurlbut, Charles E. – farmer Vadney, Milton – dairyman
Hurlbut, Timothy J. – farmer Vallier, Alfred A. – farmer
Hurlbut, P. D. - postmaster, proprietor sawmill, 600 acres Williams, W. R. - 160 acres
Jacobs Bros. - farmers 320 acres York, J. C. - hotel, stockraiser, farmer, dairyman
Jacobs, Adam - Jacobs Bros. Young, John P. – mechanic

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A post office, in the southeastern part of the county. Freight for this point is shipped to Reno, Nev. Express matter to Janesville.

Adams, Wellington – laborer McCarthy, John H. - stage driver
Andrus, W. F. – stagedriver McDermott, James - stockraiser 577 acres
Bass, Ed. – stockraiser Monahan, Patrick C. – laborer
Bell, J. C. - farmer 240 acres Nowells, Addison G. – laborer
Bennett, Richmond – farmer Parker, George F. - 327 acres
Benoist, John – farmer Parker, William - 400 acres
Boyd, George – lumberman Post, L. B. – farmer
Bull, Benjamin – sheepraiser Ragen, Patrick – laborer
Cannon, Wm. M. – carpenter Raker, George – farmer
Cashman, Samuel - 640 acres Raker, William – farmer
Cole, Amos J. – laborer Renfrow, Jasper – laborer
Crosby, James – laborer Rice, C. S. – farmer
DeWitt, K. A. Mrs. - school teacher Rice, George – farmer
Disch, Henry - farmer 320 acres Rice, Joshua B. – farmer
Downing, Samuel - gardener 160 acres Roberts, S. M. – hotelkeeper
Downing, Samuel N. – farmer Sifford, W. H. - farmer 80 acres
Doyle, James - farmer 440 acres Skinner, Homer – farmer
Doyle, John E. – farmer Skinner, M. - physician, farmer
Doyle, S. A. - gen mdse & postmaster Squires, Robert L. – laborer
Doyle, Thomas B. – stockraiser Stevens, James – farmer
Epstein, A. G. – farmer True, Thaxter - blacksmith, wagon maker
Epstein, Joseph M. – machinist Tyler, Jerry - farmer 320 acres
Forkner, Albert – sheepraiser VanCleave, Arthur M. – laborer
Forkner, Charles A. – sheepraiser Vannetter, Frank – carpenter
Glasscock, George W. - farmer 160 acres Washburn, H. I. - painter 160 acres
Grass, Leonard - farmer 160 acres Washburn, L. B. - farmer 258 acres
Hay, Addison J. – laborer Wemple, Joseph C. - farmer, county supervisor, 500 acres
Hay, Colwell J. – farmer Whiting D. P. - apple raiser 320 acres
Hostetter, Frank – farmer Wilbur, F. A. - farmer 120 acres
Lawson, Wade – laborer Williams, E. A. - superintendent schools
Lindsey, F. H. - stockraiser 160 acres Williams, E. A. Mrs. - school teacher
Loomis, C. A. – sawmill Woolen, J. R. - farmer 240 acres
Marty, C. - dairyman 244 acres

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Post Office, Adin, Modoc Co.

Brown, Charles – farmer Parrish, William B. – stockraiser
Chase, John G. – farmer Purdham, F. – farmer
Hendricks, Henry C. – stockraiser Robb, John A. – mechanic
Hoyt, Robert C. - farmer/stockraiser Sains, Lewis M. – teamster
Parault, A. - farmer, sheepraiser Stratton, Charles M. – laborer
Parrish, Frank P. – stockraiser Witt, Thomas – stockraiser
Parrish, Joseph F. – farmer

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The county seat of Lassen county, is situated about one hundred and fifty miles northeast from Sacramento, and ninety- five miles northwest from Reno, Nevada. The location itself is a peculiarly attractive one, lying as it does just at the base of the Sierra Nevadas, where the mountains give way abruptly to a comparatively level plateau and an unobstructed view over thirty miles is obtained, including almost the entire expanse of the Susan River Valley. The river itself rises in the mountains west of the town, flows past on the south side, thence in a southeasterly direction to its mouth, some twenty-five miles distant where it empties into Honey Lake. For about half of this distance (that part adjacent to Susanville) the land is thickly settled; small farms, well built and attractive residences, and large and commodious barns and outbuildings being the rule. The remaining portion of the valley will, with irrigation, unquestionably develop as well. The United States Land Office, located at this place, shows a record of 1694 cash, 1279 final homestead and 73 final desert entries, and there still remains within the limits of this district much valuable timber lands open to claimants, as well as so rated desert land which only needs irrigation to bring it up to a standard in fertility which will compare favorably with any land of the State. Susanville has one newspaper, The Lassen Advocate, weekly, which is the official county paper. It is ably conducted by Messrs, McKinsey & Hayden, proprietors. The school facilities of the town are fully up to the times; the Methodists and Congregationalists have fine and commodious church buildings, and the organizations are well sustained. Its hotel accommodations are amply provided for in two hotels, the Johnston House, a well conducted establishment, kept by Messrs, Dowling & Myers, being worthy of special mention, and among its business interests may be specially noted the Lassen Mills, with a capacity of forty-five barrels of flour per day, which is kept constantly running. Outside communications are had by daily stage line to Reno, twenty miles of this route on the end next to Reno being by rail. Two other lines are run during seven months of the year, one to a connection with the California and Northern Railroad to Oroville, and the other to Chico, connecting at that point with rail to all parts of the State. It has a money order post office, and Wells, Fargo & Co's Express.

Able & Archibald – farmers Long, Allen J. - farmer 
Able, Lansing J. - Able & Archibald Long, George B. - farmer 
Adams, Isaac - farmer 160 acres Long, John T. - farmer, sheepraiser 
Adams, Napoleon B. – laborer Long, M. E. Mrs. - farmer 192 acres 
Adams, William W. – laborer Long, Thomas N. - T. N. Long & Co.; County Supervisor 
Alexander, John T. – farmer Long, T. N. & Co. - hardware, groceries 
Alexander, Julius - Blum & Alexander Long, W. B. - farmer 
Alexander, Abraham - Blum & Alexander res Martinez  Lowe, Stephen B. - farmer 
Alexander, Samuel G. - farmer 320 acres  Lute, Nicholas - farmer 170 acres 
Alverson, Cary S. - County Surveyor, & U.S. Deputy Surveyor  Luther, Nathan P. - moulder 
Antelope Gold & Silver Mining Co.  Lynch, Joseph - miner 
Anthony, John D. - miner  Lysinger, E. L. Mrs. - school teacher 
Archibald, Charles H. - Able & Archibald  Lysinger, H. C. - farmer 160 acres 
Armstrong, Daniel D. - butcher with J. W. Glasscock  Maltby, J. E. - bartender with C. W. Burnie 
Armstrong, E. Mrs. - farmer 160 acres  Mapes, Ira C. - farmer 
Armstrong, James A. - laborer  Marker, John H. - superintendent Lassen County Land & Cattle Co. 
Armstrong, John A. - hostler with D. Houk  Marker, Julius P. - bookkeeper 
Armstrong, Thomas J. - farmer  Marsteller, Massillon - attorney at law, collector & Superior Judge 
Arnold, Alexander T. - proprietor Water Works, fruitraiser 79 acres  Mason, Robert B. - miner 
Arnold, Isaac N. - with A. T. Arnold  Masten, John - farmer 
Arnold, Leroy D. - planing mill  Masten, W. T. - County Clerk 
Arnold, Leroy N. - miner  Maxwell, Jefferson H. - farmer 280 acres 
Arrowsmith, Henry - clerk  McClellan, W. M. - farmer, fruitraiser, 150 acres 
Asher, Morris - Greehn & Asher  McColm, James D. - millhand, Lassen Mills 
Asher, Wm. - clerk with Greehn & Asher  McCormick, Wm. D. - laborer 
Bagin, Patrick - farmer 188 acres  McCrimmon, Alexander - blacksmith, wagonmaker 
Bagwell, James W. - woodchopper  McDiamid, Chauncey - farmer 
Bangham, E. G. - farmer 187 acres  McDow, L. D. - Branham & McDow, 16 acres 
Bantley, Antone - farmer 760 acres  McElroy, Frank C. - farmer 
Barber, Joseph B. - laborer  McElroy, John J. - farmer 
Basil, George - carpenter  McGlinchey, Mamie Miss - school teacher 
Baxter, George W. - farmer  McGranhan, Geo. L. - laborer 
Baxter, John - horseraiser  McKinsey, Andrew J. - farmer 
Benjamin, Charles - farmer  McKinsey & Hayden - proprietors Lassen Advocate 
Benjamin, F. J. - farmer 80 acres  McKinsey, Samuel N. - McKinsey & Hayden 
Benjamin, W. M. - farmer  McKissick, Howard - stockraiser 
Bennett, Herbert - barber with Benjamin Hamilton  McKissick, John B. & Daniel - farmers/stockraisers 600 acres 
Bereman, Henry- saloon & billiards  McKissick, John P. - farmer 
Bergstrom, John - miner  McLeod, D. - bootmaker 
Bird, Cecil - architect  McLeod, Kenneth - carriage painter & wagonmaker 
Bishop, M. C. - farmer 320 acres  Merrill, A. P. - teacher music 
Blake, J. C. - Justice of the peace, farmer, gardener 160 acres  Merrill, Charles A. - farmer 
Blakesley, Charles W. - laborer  Merrill, Charles H. - laborer 
Blum & Alexander - gen msde, stoves, & tinware  Miles, Thomas R. - stockraiser 
Blum, Simon - Blum & Alexander res Martinez  Miller, Andrew - farmer 46 acres 
Bogard, John J. - sheepraiser 160 acres  Miller, Orlando C. - farmer 
Bonyman, Edward - stockraiser 22 1/2 acres  Miller, Philip - tinner with Greehn & Asher 
Borette, John S. - farmer  Minckler, William D. - postmaster 
Branham, James - agent Wells, Fargo, & Co., notary public, insurance agent  Moll, Herman - farmer 
Branham & McDow - quartz mill & mine  Montgomery, Thomas - capitalist 
Brashear, W. S. - road overseer  Moody, Daniel R. - master mariner 
Bridges, Joseph M. - carpenter  Moody, Robert F. - physician, watchmaker, jeweler, & druggist 
Brockman, William - farmer 280 acres  Moore, Charles W. - farmer 260 acres 
Brodwell, Jacob - farmer 320 acres  Morgan, C. H. - sheepraiser 
Brophy, Charles C. - saloon  Moulton, D. L. - stockraiser 
Brown, Samuel A. - teamster  Moyer, David - laborer 
Buck, John W. - sheephearder  Murray, James - fruitraiser 
Burges, Thomas L. - laborer  Murray, J. R. - soda manuf, branch of Greenville Bottling Works, res Greenville 
Burnie, Alexander - saloon  Myers, Albert - farmer 
Burnie, C. N. - saloon  Myers, Cyrus R. - blacksmith with A. McCrimmon 160 acres 
Burris, W. - farmer 320 acres  Myers, Jacob - Dowling & Myers 
Bynon, Jos. R. - miner  Myers, Philip - farmer 640 acres 
Cadle, J. F. - foreman Lawrence & Nelson sawmill res Greenville  Myers, Zebulon M. - farmer 
Cahlan, John - Scholl & Cahlan  Nathan, Marcus - Nathan & Schmidt 
Cain & Glasscock - butchers  Nathan & Schmidt - gen mdse 
Cain, J. R. - constable & cattle dealer  Nathan, Sol. - clerk with Nathan & Schmidt 
Cain, Mollie Miss - school teacher  Neely, Walter - laborer 
Cain, W. M. - farmer 525 acres  Neff, Henry - miner 
Carter, Oscar L. - laborer  Nelson Bros. - farmers 120 acres 
Cavanaugh, Michael - herder  Nelson, George J. - Nelson Bros. 
Chamberlin, Philander - Chamberlin & Titherington, & physician  Nelson, Larsen - Lawrence & Nelson res Greenville 
Chamberlin & Titherington - bee raisers  Nelson, Luis - miller 
Chapman, George W. - laborer  Nelson, William H. - Nelson Bros. 
Clark, Walker B. - farmer  Newhouse, Henry - 300 acres 
Coalman, James C.  Newington, J. H. - teamster 
Cohn, Bros. - gen mdse  Newton, Eli - farmer 
Cohn, Jacob - Cohn Bros.  Nixon, Charles - druggist 
Cohn, Simon - Cohn Bros.  Northrop, Edwin C. - clerk with Blum & Alexander 
Coldthruth, Isaac - farmer  Norton, James L. - laborer 
Cole & Clark - farmers  Osterman, Peter H. - painter 
Cole, Conrad - miner  Otto, Albert - A. Otto & Son 
Cole, Jesse - Cole & Clark  Otto, Anthony - blacksmith 
Coleman, Jane Mrs. - seamstress with Mrs. J. H. Slater  Otto, A. & Son - blacksmiths & wagon makers 
Collins, Charles C. - laborer  Otto, Fred. - blacksmith with A. Otto & Son 
Conkey, Albert - farmer  Page, John S. - blacksmith 
Conkey, Amos - laborer  Partridge, H. E. Mrs. - widow, real estate 
Conkey, Elizabeth Mrs. - farmer 160 acres  Pedroni, Philipo - watchmaker & jeweler 
Cooper, J. F. - farmer  Peregoy, Bernard P. - bricklayer 
Copple, D. E. - barber  Perkins, J. R. - farmer & sheepraiser, 280 acres 
Connell, H. C. - farmer 42 acres  Peyser, Abraham L. - D. Peyser & Brother 
Coulthirst, Isaac - farmer 130 acres  Peyser, D. & Brother - gen Variety Bazar, furnishing goods, etc. 
Coulthirst, M. J. Mrs. - farmer 70 acres  Peyser, David - D. Peyser & Brother 
Cowles, Harlan P. - lumberman  Peyser, Samuel - proprietor Steward House 
Craig, Milton - teamster  Phillips, M. - variety peddler 
Craig, Rulif - laborer  Pickard, Edward - compositor Lassen Advocate 
Cummins, A. B. - carriage & sign painter  Pollard, J. D. - laborer 
David, F. L. - farmer  Pollard, John G. - miner 
Davie, John L. - farmer  Postmaster - William D. Minckler 
Davis, John C. - farmer 160 acres  Powers, William P. - woodcutter, 40 acres 
Davis, Richard L. - school teacher  Pyle, Thomas - carpenter 
DeForest, A. E. - farmer 320 acres  Raker, George F. - miner 
DeForest, G. E. & C. - farmers 320 acres  Raker, John E. - student with E. V. Spencer 
DeForest, Henry L. - farmer  Ramsey, Thomas A. - farmer 
DeMars, Isaac - miner  Ranker, Otto P. - farmer 
Dempster, James - dentist  Richardson, E. Mrs. - farmer 
Detrick, Edward L. - tinner with Blum & Alexander  Richter, L. E. - sewing machine agent 
DeWitt, Arthur F. - farmer  Riddle, George - farmer 320 acres 
Dexter Stable - D. Houk proprietor  Ridenour, David W. - sheepraiser 292 acres 
Dibble, S. C. - supervisor  Ridenour, Timothy D. - farmer 
Dobbins, Frank - bartender Johnston House  Ridgeway, C. C. - farmer 140 acres 
Dobyns, M. A. Mrs. - farmer 160 acres  Ridgeway, James D. - farmer 
Dodge, E. R. - District Attorney  Riley, George - sheepraiser 
Dornin, Franklin B. - laborer  Robertini, James - brewer 
Dowling, David A. - Dowling & Myers  Roby, Joshua C. - surveyor 
Dowling & Myers - proprietors Johnston House  Rodman, Asa B. - laborer 
Doyle, Otis - school teacher  Rountree, Jane Mrs. - restaurant 
Drenon, Jackson C. - laborer  Ruff, John - dairyman 
Duncan, John W. - teacher music  Runge, Frank - proprietor Susanville Brewery 
Dungan, Elmer - laborer  Rupert, Henry - farmer 
Dungan, James - laborer  Sampson, C. A. - steamfitter 
Dunn, Daniel - farmer  Sanders, F. Mrs. - varieties 
Durkee, Joseph - farmer  Sanders, J. B. - fruitraiser 
Eaves, Ambrose - physician & surgeon  Sanders, L. - gen mdse 
Edwards, D. A. - farmer  Sanders, Plumas - compositor Lassen Advocate 
Edwards, William H. - farmer  Sanders, T. B. - carpenter 
Elledge, Frank M. - carpenter  Sayles, George W. - farmer 181 acres 
Elledge, James - laborer  Schmitt, Jacob W. - proprietor Schmitt's Hotel 
Elledge, John R. - sheepraiser  Schmidt, Joseph - Nathan & Schmidt res San Francisco 
Elwood, Robert - sheepraiser  Scholl, Peter D. - farmer 
Evans, Morgan E.  Scholl & Cahlan - farmers 280 acres 
Fischer, Fabian - clerk with Cohn Bros.  Scholl, Wallace W. - Scholl & Cahlan 360 acres 
Fiske, Solon H. - laborer  Scottini, Innocent - farmer 320 acres 
Fitzell, Henry G. - farmer  Sellick, James - farmer 240 acres 
Forkner, Charles - deputy Sheriff  Shaw, Clarence W. - farmer 
Fox, Charles L. - laborer  Shepperd, Charles C. - farmer 
Fox, Samuel - teamster  Sherer, Josiah - farmer, dairyman 1400 acres 
Freeman, J. C. - farmer  Shinn, A. L. - District Attorney 
Frost, L. L. - correspondent  Shinn, Allen - farmer 
Gardner, Wm. C. - sheepherder  Shinn, John W. - farmer 
Garrett, Charles L. - blacksmith  Shirley, Thomas L. W. - farmer 
Garrett, John P. - farmer 240 acres  Shuler, Adolph R. - farmer 
Gaskill, Caleb - laborer  Shumway, Emerson B. - farmer 160 acres 
Gates, R. F. - sheepraiser 320 acres  Sirley, Jos. - wagonmaker 
Gehring, John P. -saddler with C. M. Stoll  Sifford, H. - farmer 240 acres 
Gilman, Jerome A. - furniture & bedding, 80 acres  Skadan, H. A. - proprietor Empire Livery Stable 
Glasscock, J. W. - butcher  Slater, J. H. - deputy County Clerk 
Glasscock, J. W. Mrs. - millinery & dressmaking  Slater, J. H. Mrs. - millinery & dressmaking 
Goering, Henry - cooper  Smith, A. A. - land agent, conveyancer & surveyor 
Goumaz, P. J. - farmer/stockraiser 483.23 acres  Smith, C. E. - farmer 
Gowenlock, Robert - real estate  Smith, Isaac - stockraiser 
Grabel, Joseph T. - lumberman  Smith, Jacob W. - brewer 
Graham, Byron - hostler Empire Stables  Smith, Jessie Miss - school teacher 
Grass, F. S. - farmer  Smith, J. M. - stockraiser 
Grass, Josiah - farmer  Smith, L. S. - money order clerk post office 
Greehn & Asher - gen msde, stoves, & tinware  Snadan, Geo. - vaquero, farmer 160 acres 
Greehn, Hattie Miss - dressmaker with Mrs. J. H. Slater  Snyder, Henry - Hall & Snyder 210 acres 
Greehn, William - Greehn & Asher 320 acres  Soule, E. P. - Arnold & Soule 
Greenville Bottling Works - J. R. Murray proprietor branch at Susanville  Spalding, John B. - Z. N. Spalding & Son 
Gross, Franklin - speculator  Spalding, Z. N. & Son - druggists 
Groton, W. D. - physician & surgeon  Spalding, Z. N. - Z. N. Spalding & Son, physician 
Hale, Joseph - saloonkeeper  Spencer, Edgar - carpenter 
Haley, James - farmer  Stenzel, August - gardener 
Hall, C. E. - butcher  Spencer, E. V.- attorney at law 
Hall, Ezra B. - farmer  Stevens, Abijah M. - farmer 
Hall, Joseph - speculator  Stewart, Isaac M. - farmer 
Hall, Samuel R. - farmer  Stifford, Henry - farmer 
Hall & Snyder - proprietors Lassen Mills  Stifford, Thomas F. - farmer 
Hall, S. R. - gen mdse  Stiles, Alice Mrs. - school teacher 
Hall, William H. - Hall & Snyder, 160 acres  Stiles, L. C. - capitalist, stockraiser 40 acres 
Hall, Wright P. - register U.S. Land Office, frm/stockraiser, wool dealer 932 ac Stinson, Walter C. - stockraiser 
Halpine, John - painter  Stoll, Charles M. - manufacturer & dealer, harness & saddles, carriage trimmer 
Hamilton, Benjamin - barber shop & baths  Stout, Cornelius - carpenter 
Hanson, John A. - photographer  Stout, Daniel B. - laborer 
Harbin, J. B. - teamster  Stout, Neil - carpenter 
Harbin, Wm. - teamster  Stresly, Madison - miner 
Harris, Wm. A. - blacksmith  Strong, Frank S. - butcher with J. W. Glasscock 
Harrold, Josiah - miner  Sugro, Michael - farmer 
Harrison, Dennis A. - stockraiser  Sultan, Hyman - clerk with Greehn & Asher 
Harrison, Geo. W. - carpenter 271 acres  Susanville Brewery - Frank Runge proprietor 
Harrison, S. N. - musician  Sylvester, Azel U. - farmer 
Harrison, W. R. - speculator  Taylor, Edmund J. - farmer 
Hart, C. F. - farmer 160 acres  Theodore, John - farmer 1500 acres 
Hart, Jefferson - teamster  Thibault, Louis - teamster 
Hayden, E. W. - McKinsey & Hayden  Thomas, David E. - laborer 
Heckart, Frank A. - laborer  Thomas, Thurston - butcher 
Heaps, Mary - widow, realestate  Tithrington, Al. - farmer 
Heller, David - bookkeeper with Blum & Alexander  Tithrington, David - Chamberlin & Tithrington 
Hendrick, J. W. - farmer 362 acres  Todd, John B. - farmer 
Higgins, John A. - laborer  Todd, John F. - farmer 
Hines, Fred. - farmer  Todd, Joseph B. - farmer 
Holmes, Nathaniel - farmer  Trotter, Samuel B. - blacksmith 
Horne, Frank E. - farmer/stockraiser 1529 acres  Trussell, James - farmer 
Hosselkus, John W. - farmer, stonemason, 320 acres  U.S. Land Office - W. P. Hall register, F. G. Ward receiver 
Houk, D. - proprietor Dexter Stable  Utterback, Jefferson - teamster 
Howell, Oscar - carpenter  Valentine, Charles A. - mechanic 
Hughes, Henry - farmer  VanLoan, Elmer - farmer/stockraiser 320 acres 
Hulsman, Frederick W. - painter  VanNorton, Joseph - farmer 
Hulsman, John F. - farmer 800 acres  Vickers, Edward L. - school teacher 
Huntsinger, Benjamin F. - farmer  Vogt, Henry - lumberman 
Huntsinger, Wm. C. - laborer  Vogt, John H. - farmer 160 acres 
Hyer, D. C. - books, stationary, & varieties, asst. postmaster, Co. Treasurer  Vogt, Peter H. - farmer, sawmill 520 acres 
Jennison, Albert B. - miner  Ward, Frank G. - receiver U.S. Land Office 
Jensen, Jurgen - farmer  Ware, Andrew J. - farmer 
Jensen, Judd - farmer 160 acres  Watson, Thomas - capitalist, real estate, farmer 960 acres 
Jenison, William H. - T. N. Long & Co.  Weisenberg, Bemoist - farmer 
Johnson, David - farmer 130 acres  Wells, Fargo, & Co's Express - Jas. Branham agent 
Johnson, Florence - domestic Steward House  West, Wm. H. - farmer 
Johnson, Samuel - painter  Wheeler, D. C. - farmer, sheepraiser 160 acres 
Johnston, Chester - farmer  Wheeler, Wm. P. - farmer 
Johnston, Frank - farmer  White, John N. - farmer, teamster 
Johnston House - Dowling & Myers proprietors  Willard, Edwin - laborer 
Johnston, Martha M. Mrs. - farmer 160 acres  Willard, Georgie Miss 
Johnston, Robert - farmer 160 acres  Williams, Jefferson L. - farmer 
Jones, Mrs. - boarding  Williams, Morgan - carpenter & joiner 
Jones, Isaac M. - farmer  Williams, S. S. - farmer 172 acres 
Kelley, Clarence G. - attorney at law 160 acres  Winchell, Hiram - Kelley & Winchell 
Kelley, G. F. Mrs. - widow farmer 880 acres  Winchester, Elliott - farmer 160 acres 
Kelley, John D. - Kelley & Winchell  Winchester, Lorenzo E. - farmer, teamster 
Kelley, Seth - farmer  Winslow, Asa C. - farmer 
Kelley & Winchell - stockraisers  Winters, George - farmer/stockraiser 450 acres 
Keyes, Jerome - farmer  Wisenburg, Benjamin - laborer 
Kingsbury, Edward - farmer 160 acres  Wood, Allen - farmer 120 acres 
Knoch, David - capitalist 690 acres  Wood, Benjamin - Wood Bros. 
Langley, H. C. Rev. - pastor Congregational Church  Wood Bros. - farmers 80 acres 
LaPoint, Frank - laborer  Wood, Dennis - stockraiser 
Lassen Advocate - weekly, McKinsey & Hayden proprietors  Wood, James - Wood Bros. 
Lassen County Land & Cattle Co. - John H. Marker superintendent  Wood, James H. - cattle dealer 
Lassen Mills - flouring Hall & Snyder proprietors  Wood, Jeremiah - hotelman 
Lawrence, C. H. - Lawrence & Nelson  Wood, John C. - stockraiser & dealer 
Lawrence & Nelson - sawmills, & 10,000 ft capacity, 7mi w. Susanvanville  Wood, Thomas F. - cattle dealer 
Lawrence, Thomas K. - sheepraiser  Woods, B. B. - farmer 
Lawson, Charles - farmer, teamster 340 acres  Woodstock, Loyal - farmer 160 acres 
Lawson, George W. - painter  Wooldridge, Jesse - farmer 300 acres 
Lawton, Benjamin F. - stockraiser  Worm, A. W. - bootmaker 9 acres 
Leakey, Jeremiah M. - Sheriff  Worthen, William - farmer 160 acres 
Leavitt, Benjamin H. - farmer 480 acres  Wright, C. A. Mrs. - farmer 160 acres 
Leonard, J. G. - dentist, branch office Quincy  Wright, Isaac S. - farmer 
Litch, Joseph - farmer  Yanner, George - laborer 
Liter, Abram L. - farmer  Zaspel, Rudolph T. - farmer 
Littlejohn, Thomas J. - farmer  Zimmerman, Fred W. - laborer
Loder, John W. - carpenter & stockman 

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