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The Western Shore Gazetteer and Commercial Directory,
For the State of California…, Yolo County,

Compiled and published annually
by
C. P. Sprague & H. W. Atwell,
Woodland, Yolo County, 1870.

Transcribed by Peggy B. Perazzo
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United States Government


Ulysses S. GRANT, of Illinois, President of the United States - Salary $25,000.
Schuyler COLFAX, of Indiana, Vice-President of the United States - Salary $8,000.
Hamilton FISH, of New York, Secretary of State - Salary $8,000.
George S. BOUTWELL, of Massachusetts, Secretary of the Treasury - Salary, $8,000.
William W. BELKNAP, of Iowa, Secretary of War - Salary $8,000.
George M. ROBESON, of New Jersey, Secretary of the Navy - Salary $8,000.
Jacob D. COX, of Ohio, Secretary of the Interior - Salary $8,000.
Amos T. ACKERMAN, of Georgia, Attorney-General - Salary $8,000.
John A. J. CRESWELL, of Maryland, Postmaster-General - Salary $8,000.


XLIst ( United States ) CONGRESS. - SENATE.

Schuyler COLFAX, of Indiana, President
George C. GORHAM, of California, Secretary.

(Headings for text below: Term Ex. - Senator - Post-Office.)

ARKANSAS.

1871 - Alexander McDONALD - Little Rock.
1873 - Ben. F. RICE - Little Rock.

CALIFORNIA.

1873 - Cornelius COLE - San Francisco.
1875 - Eugene CASSERLY - San Francisco.

CONNECTICUT.

1873 - Orris S. FERRY - Norwalk.
1875 - Wm. A. BUCKINGHAM - Norwich.

DELAWARE.

1871 - Williard SAULSBURY - Georgetown.
1875 - Thos. F. BAYARD - Wilmington.

FLORIDA.

1873 - Thos. W. OSBURN - Pensacola.
1875 - Abijah GILBERT - St. Augustine.

GEORGIA.

Unrepresented, entitled to two Senators.

ILLINOIS.

1873 - Lyman TRUMBULL - Chicago.
1871 - Richard YATES - Jackson.

INDIANA.

1873 - Oliver P. MORTON - Indianapolis.
1875 - Daniel D. PRATT - Logansport.

IOWA.

1873 - James HARLAN - Mt. Pleasant.
1871 - James B. HOWELL - Keokuk.

KANSAS.

1873 - Samuel C. POMEROY - Atchison.
1871 - Edmund G. ROSS - Lawrence.

KENTUCKY.

1873 - Garret DAVIS - Paris.
1871 - Thos. C. McCREERY - Owensboro.

LOUISIANA.

1871- John S. HARRIS - Vidalia.
1873 - Wm. Pitt KELLOGG - New Orleans.

MAINE.

1875 - Hannibal HAMLIN - Bangor.
1871 - Lot M. MORRILL - Augusta.

MARYLAND.

1873 - Geo. VICKERS - Chestertown.
1875 - Wm. T. HAMILTON - Hagerstown.

MASSACHUSETTS.

1875 - Chas. SUMNER - Boston.
1871 - Henry WILSON - Natick.

MICHIGAN.

1875 - Zachariah CHANDLER - Detroit.
1871 - Jacob M. HOWARD - Detroit.

MINNESOTA.

1875 - Alexander RAMSEY - St. Paul.
1871 - Daniel S. NORTON - Winona.

MISSISSIPPI .

1871 - Hiram R. REVELS - Natchez.
1875 - Adelbert AMES - Natchez.

MISSOURI.

1873 - Chas. D. DRAKE - St. Louis.

NEBRASKA.

1871 - John M. THAYER - Omaha.
1875 - Thos. W. TIPTON - Brownsville.

NEVADA.

1873 - James W. NYE - Carson City.
1875 - Wm. M. STEWART - Virginia City.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

1877 - Aaron H. CRAGIN - Lebanon.
1873 - James W. PATTERSON- Hanover.

NEW JERSEY.

1871 - Alexander G. CATTELL - Camden.
1875 - John P. STOCKTON - Trenton.

NEW YORK.

1873 - Roscoe CONKLIN - Utica.
1875 - Reuben E. FENTON - Jamestown.

NORTH CAROLINA.

1871- Joseph G. ABBOTT - Wilmington.
1873 - John POOL - Elizabeth City.

OHIO.

1873 - John SHERMAN - Mansfield.
1875 - Allen G. THURMAN - Columbus.

OREGON.

1871 - Geo. H. WILLIAMS - Portland.
1873 - Henry W. CORBET - Portland.

PENNSYLVANIA.

1873 - Simon CAMERON - Harrisburg.
1875 - John SCOTT - Huntingdon.

RHODE ISLAND.

1877 - Henry B. ANTHONY - Providence.
1875 Wm. SPRAGUE - Providence.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

1871 - Thos. J. ROBERTSON - Columbia.
1873 - Frederick A. SAWYER - Charleston.

TENNESSEE.

1871 - Joseph S. FOWLER - Nashville.
1875 - Wm. G. BROWNLOW - Knoxville.

TEXAS.

1877 - Morgan C. HAMILTON - Austin.
1875 - J. W. FLANNAGAN - Walling’s Ferry.

VERMONT.

1875 - Geo. F. EDMUNDS - Burlington.
1873 - Justin S. MORRILL - Strafford.

VIRGINIA.

1871 - John W. JOHNSON - Abington.
1875 - John F. LEWIS - Port Republic.

WEST VIRGINIA.

1871 - Wm. T. WILLEY - Morgantown.
1875 - Arthur I. BOREMAN - Parkersburg .

WISCONSIN.

1873 - Timothy O. HOWE - Green Bay.
1875 - Mathew H. CARPENTER - Milwaukee.


( United States ) HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

James G. BLAINE, of Augusta , Maine, Speaker.
Edward McPHERSON, of Gettyburg, Penn., Clerk.

ALABAMA.

1. Alfred E. BUCK - Mobile.
2. Chas. W. BUCKLEY - Montgomery.
3. Robert H. HEFFIN - Wedowee.
4. Chas. HAYS - Eutaw.
5. Peter M. FOX - Huntsville .
6. Wm. C. SHERROD - Courtland.

DELAWARE.

Ben. T. BIGGS - Summit Bridge.

FLORIDA.

Chas. M. HAMILTON - Marianna.

GEORGIA.

(Unrepresented, entitled to seven Representatives.)

ILLINOIS.

1. Norman B. JUDD - Chicago.
2. John F. FARNSWORTH - St. Charles.
3. Horatio C. BURCHARD - Freeport.
4. John B. HAWLEY - Rock Island.
5. Ebon C. INGERSOLL - Peoria.
6. Burton C. COOK - Ottawa.
7. Jesse H. MOORE - Decatur.
8. Shelby M. CULLON - Springfield.
9. Thompson W. McNEELY - Petersburg.
10. Albert C. BURR - Carrolton.
11. Samuel S. MARSHALL - McLeansboro.
12. John B. HAY - Bellview.
13. John M. CREBS - Carmi.
John A. LOGAN [at large] - Carbondale.

INDIANA.

1. Wm. E. NIBLACK - Vincennes.
2. Muhael C. KERR - New Albany.
3. Wm. S. HOLMAN - Aurora.
4. Geo. W. JULIAU - Centerville.
5. John COBURN - Indianapolis.
6. David W. VOORHEES - Terre Haute.
7. Godlove S. ORTH - Lafayette.
8. James N. TYNER - Peru.
9. John P. C. SHAUKS - Jay Court House.
10. Wm. WILLIAMS - Warsaw.
11. Jasper PACKARD - La Porte.

IOWA.

1. Geo. W. McCRARY - Keokuk.
2. Wm. SMYTH - Marion.
3. Wm. B. ALLISON - Dubuque.
4. Wm. LOUGHRIDGE - Oskaloosa.
5. Frank W. PALMER - Des Moines.
6. Chas. POMEROY - Fort Dodge.

KANSAS.

Sidney CLARK [at large] - Lawrence.

KENTUCKY.

1. Lawrence S. TRIMB’E - Paducah.
2. Wm. S. SWEENEY - Owensboro.
3. Joseph H. LEWIS - Glasgow.
4. J. Proctor KNOTT - Lebanon.
5. Boyd WINCHESTER - Louisville.
6. Thomas Laurens JONES - Newport.
7. James B. BECK - Lexington.
8. Geo. M. ADAMS - Barbourville.
9. John M. RICE - Louisa.

LOUISIANA.

1. Unrepresented.
2. Lionel A. SHELDON - New Orleans.
3. Contested by DARREL vs. BAILEY.
4. Joseph P. NEWSHAM - St. Franscisville.
5. Unrepresented.

MAINE.

1. John LYNCH - Portland.
2. Samuel P. MORRILL - Farmington.
3. - James G. BLAIN - Augusta.
4. John A. PETERS - Bangor.
5. Eugene HALE - Ellsworth.

MARYLAND.

1. Samuel HAMBLETON - Easton.
2. Stevenson ARCHER - Belair.
3. Thos. SWANN - Baltimore.
4. Patrick HAMILL - Oakland.
5. Frederick STONE - Port Tobacco.

MASSACHUSETTS.

1. James BUFFINGTON - Fall River.
2. Oakes AMES - North Easton.
3. Ginery TWITCHELL - Brookline.
4. Samuel HOOPER - Boston.
5. Ben. F. BUTLER - Lowell.
6. Nathaniel P. BANKS - Waitham.
7. Geo. M. BROOKS - Concord.
8. Geo. F. HOAR - Worcester.
9. Wm. B. WASHBURN - Greenfield.
10. Henry L. DAWES - Pittsfield.

MICHIGAN.

1. Fernando C. BEAMAN - Adrian.
2. Wm. L. STOUGHTON - Sturgis.
3. Austin BLAIR - Jackson.
4. Thos. W. FERRY - Grand Haven.
5. Omar D. CONGER - Port Huron.
6. Randolph STRICKLAND - St. Johns.

MINNESOTA.

1. Morton S. WILKINSON - Mankato.
2. Eugene M. WILSON - Minneapolis.

MISSISSIPPI.

1. G. E. HARRIS - Hernando.
2. Joseph L. MORPHIS - Pontotoc.
3. Henry W. BARRY - Columbus.
4. Geo. C. McKEE - Vicksburg.
5. Legrand W. PERCE - Natchez.

MISSOURI.

1. Erastus WELLS - St. Louis.
2. Gus. A. FINKELNBURG - “
3. James R. McCORMICK - Ironton.
4. Sempronius H. BOYD - Springfield .
5. Samuel S. BURDETT - Oscoia.
6. Robert T. VAN HORN - Kansas City.
7. Joel F. ASPER - Chillicothe.
8. John F. BENJAMIN - Shelbyville.
9. David P. DYER - Louisiana.

NEBRASKA.

John TAFFE [at large] - Omaha.

NEVADA.

Thos. FITCH [at large] - Belmont.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

1. Jacob H. ELA - Rochester.
2. Aaron F. STEVENS - Nashua.
3. Jacob BENTON - Lancaster.

NEW YORK.

1. Henry A. REEVES - Greenport.
2. John G. SCHUMAKER - Brooklyn.
3. Henry W. SLOCUM - “
4. John FOX - New York.
5. John MORRISSEY - “
6. Samuel S. COX - “
7. Hervey C. CATKIN - “
8. James BROOKS - “
9. Fernando WOOD - “
10. Clarkson Natt POTTER - New Rochelle.
11. Chas. VAN WYCK - Middletown.
12. John H. KETCHUM - Dover.
13. John A. GRISWOLD - Catskills.
14. Stephen L. MAYHAM - Schoharic.
15. Adolphus H. TANNER - White Hall.
16. Orange FERRIS - Glenns Falls.
17. William A. WHEELER - Malone.
18. Stephen SANFORD - Amsterdam.
19. Chas. KNAPP - Deposit.
20. Addison H. LAFFIN - Herkimer.
21. Alexander H. BAILEY - Rome.
22. John C. CHURCHILL - Oswego.
23. Dennis McCARTHY - Syracuse.
24. Geo. W. COWELES - Clyde.
25. Wm. H. KELSEY - Genesee.
26. Giles W. HOTCHKISS - Binghamton.
27. Hamilton WARD - Belmont.
28. Noah DAVIS - Albion.
29. John FISHER - Batavia.
30. David S. BENNETT - Buffalo.
31. Porter SHELDON - Jamestown.

NEW JERSEY.

1. Wm. MOORE - May’s Landing.
2. Chas. HAIGHT - Freehold.
3. John T. BIRD - Flemington.
4. John HILL - Boonton.
5. Orestes CLEVELAND - Jersey City.

NORTH CAROLINA.

1. Clinton L. COBB - Elizabeth City.
2d District, vacant by the death of David HEATON, June 25 th, 1870.
3. Oliver H. DOCKERY - Mangum.
4 th District vacant by the resignation of John T. DEWEESE, of Raleigh.

OHIO.

1. Peter W. STRADER - Cincinnati.
2. Job E. STEVENSON - “
3. Robert C. SCHENCK - Dayton.
4. Wm. LAWRENCE - Eliefontaine.
5. Wm. MUNGEN (?) - Dinlay.
6. John A. SMITH - Hillsboro.
7. James J. WINANS - Xenia.
8. John BEATTY - Cardington.
9. Edward F. DICKINSON - Fremont.
10. Erasmus D. PECK - Perrysburg.
11. John T. WILSON - Tranquility.
12. Philadelph VAN TRUMP - Lancaster.
13. Geo. W. MORGAN - Mt. Vernon.
14. Martin WELKER - Wooster.
15. Enakem (?) H. MOORE - Athens.
16. John A. BINGHAM - Cadiz.
17. Jacob A. AMBLER - Salem.
18. Wm. H. UPSON - Akron.
19. James A. GARFIELD - Hiram.

OREGON.

Jos. S. SMITH [at large] - Salem.

PENNSYLVANIA.

1. Samuel J. RANDALL - Philadelphia.
2. Chas. O’NEILL - “
3. Leonard MYERS - “
4. Wm. D. KELLEY - “
5. Caleb N. TAYLOR - Bristol.
6. John D. STILES - Allentown.
7. Washington TOWNSEND - West Chester.
8. J. Lawrence GETZ - Reading.
9. Oliver J. DICKEY - Lancaster.
10. Henry L. CAKE - Tamaqua.
11. Daniel M. VAN AUKEN - Milford.
12. Geo. W. WOODWARD - Wilkesbarre.
13. Ulysses MERCUR - Towanda.
14. John B. PACKER - Sunbury.
15. Richard J. HALDEMAN - Harrisburg.
16. John CESNA - Bedford.
17. Daniel J. MORRELL - Johnson.
18. Wm. H. ARMSTRONG - Williamsport.
19. Glenni W. SCOFIELD - Warren.
20. Calvin W. GILFILLAN (?)- Franklin.
21. John CAVODI - Lockport.
22. James S. NEGLEY - Pittsburg.
23. Darwain PHELPS - Kittaning.
24. Joseph B. DONLEY - Waynesburg.

RHODE ISLAND.

1. Thos. A. JENKS - Providence.
2. Nathan F. DIXON - Westerly.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

1 st District, B. F. WHITTEMORE resigned. was re-elected and refused a seat. District unrepresented.
2. C. C. BOWEN - Charleston.
3. Solomon L. HOGE - Columbia.
4. Alexander S. WALLACE - Yorkville.

TENNESSEE.

1. Roderick R. BUTLER - Taylorsville.
2. Horace MAYNARD - Knoxville.
3. Wm. B. STOKES - Alexandria.
4. Lewis TILLMAN - Shelbyville.
5. Wm. F. PROSSER - Nashville .
6. Samuel M. ARNELL - Columbia.
7. Isaac R. HAWKINS - Huntingdon.
8. Wm. J. SMITH - Memphis.

TEXAS.

1. Geo. W. WHITMORE - Tyler.
2. John C. CONNER - Sherman.
3. Wm. T. CLARK - Galveston.
4. Edward DENGER - San Antonio.

VERMONT.

1. Chas. W. WILLARD - Montpelier.
2. Luke P. POLAND - St. Johnsbury.
3. Worthington C. SMITH - St. Albans.

VIRGINIA.

1. Richard S. AYER - Warsaw.
2. James H. PLATT, Jr. - Petersburg.
3. Chas. H. PORTER - Richmond.
4. Geo. W. BOOKER - Martinsville.
5. Robert S. RIDGEWAY - Cool Well.
6. Wm. MILNES, Jr. - Shenandoah Iron Works.
7. Lewis McKENZIE - Alexandria.
8. James King GIBSON - Abington.

WEST VIRGINIA.

1. Isaac H. DUVAL - Wellsburg.
2. James C. McGREW - Kingwood.
3. John S. WITCHER - Guyandotte.

WISCONSIN.

1. Halbert E. PAINE - Milwaukee.
2. David ATWOOD - Madison.
3. Amasa COBB - Mineral Point.
4. Chas. A. ELDRIDGE - Fond du Lac.
5. Philetus SAWYER - Oshkosh.
6. Cadwalader C. WASHBURN - La Crosse.

TERRITORIAL DELEGATES.

ARIZONA . - Richard C. McCORMICK, Tucson.
COLORADO . - Allen R. BRADFORD , Pueblo.
DACOTAH . - S. L. SPINK, Yancton.
IDAHO . - Jacob K. SHAFER, Idaho City.
MONTANA . - James M. CAVANAUGH, Helena.
NEW MEXICO . - J. Francisco CHAVES, Santa Fe.
UTAH . - William HOOPER, Salt Lake City.
WASHINGTON . - Selucius GARFIELD - Olympia.
WYOMING . - Stephen F. NUCKOLLIS - Cheyenne.


SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.

Salmon P. CHASE, of Ohio, Chief Justice - Salary $6,500.
Nathan CLIFFORD of Maine, Associate Justice.
Samuel NELSON, of New York, Associate Justice.
Noah H. SWAYNE, of Ohio, Associate Justice.
David DAVIS, of Illinois, Associate Justice.
Samuel F. MILLER, of Iowa, Associate Justice.
Stephen J. FIELD, of Cal., Associate Justice.
Salary of Associate Justices, $6,000. Court meets first Monday in December, at Washington.

 

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