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 Sacramento, Sacramento County to Sylvania, Inyo County California

Sacramento, Sacramento County

Sacramento County

Sageland, Kern County, PO address, Weldon, so miles east of Bakersfield
Bridger J D, general merchandise
Green A D, general merchandise

Salida, Stanislaus County, PO
McCarthy John W, postmaster

Salinas, Monterey County

Salmon Creek, Humboldt County, PO address, Table Bluff, 10 miles south of Eureka
Babcock & Co shingle manufacturers
Vance E, blacksmith

Salmon Creek, Mendocino County, PO address, Albion, 50 miles west of Ukiah
Furlong Thomas, harness maker
Johnson J E, general merchandise
Stewart D A, blacksmith
Vickory David, saloon and boarding

Salmon Falls, El Dorado County, PO 16 miles west of Placerville
Orr Thomas Sr, postmaster

Salt Point, Sonoma County, PO address, Fisk's Mills, 50 miles northwest of Santa Rosa
Byrne James, hotel and liquor saloon
Funcke & Wasserman, shipping and forwarding, and tannery
Knapp A H, general merchandise
Spangler S, liquor saloon
Struckmeyer John H, general merchandise
Stump J C, liquor saloon


Salt Springs Valley Reservoir, Calaveras County, PO address Milton, 16 miles south west of San Andreas
Deeble Sampson, hotel

San Andreas, Calaveras County, PO and County seat, lies between the north and south branches of the Calaveras River, is 60 miles southeast of Sacramento, and 42 miles north east of Stockton. It is reached by stage from Milton, the terminus of the Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad. The country has been most prolific in the production of gold, and mining is continued quite extensively at the present time, but, as in the mountains generally, horticulture is rapidly advancing to an important interest. San Andreas is well built, having numerous fire-proof houses, substantial and costly public buildings, and neat private residences. Two newspapers, the Citizen and Foothill Democrat, are published weekly.
Agostine C, groceries and liquors
Allen Hosea G, postmaster
Bader & Company, butchers
Blome John, brewery
Bode H, tinsmith
Burrows Edward, attorney at law
Calaveras Citizen, William O. Swenson, proprietor
Casey William, liquor saloon
Cassinelli L, general merchandise
Culbertson A J, harness and saddlery
Damseaux H, gunsmith
Dasso G, general merchandise
Donnelly, Hugh, liquor saloon
Edmonds A, carpenter and undertaker
Foothill Democrat, W Frank Leavitt, proprietor
Fortner William, barber
Freidberger A, general merchandise
Freox Mrs, proprietor Hotel de l'Europe
Gallagher J Rev, clergyman (R C)
Gottschalk C V, attorney at law
Hopkins R, attorney at law
Johnson William B, newspapers, fruits and confectionary
Leavitt W Frank, proprietor Foothill Democrat
Lewis William T, attorney at law
Lloyd Brother, general merchandise
Marcel M, physician
Masterton P, liquor saloon and collector
McDonald A, livery stable
Metropolitan Hotel, Mrs Mary Oliphant, proprietress
Norman William B, attorney at law
Oliphant Mary Mrs, proprietress Metropolitan Hotel
Pellaton E, liquor saloon
Robertson E B, physician
Russell R W, livery stable
Rust W E, physician
Salcido J, butcher
Schuller P, watch maker and jeweler
Shinn J M, liquor saloon
Steele John, boots and shoos
Swenson William O, proprietor Calaveras
Citizen, and attorney at law
Trump W, wagon maker
Watson H, restaurant
Whitlock C M, agent Wells, Fargo & Company
Whitlock & Roworth, furnishing goods, books, stationery, cigars, etc
Wyllie & Washburn, lumber dealers

San Antonio, Alameda County. (See Oakland.)

San Antonio, Monterey County. PO 65 miles east of Salinas
Lowe James, general merchandise and hotel
Sylvester Francis, postmaster and agent Wells, Fargo & Company
Walker A E, general merchandise and hotel

San Benito, San Benito County. PO 40 miles south of Hollister
Brown George W, postmaster and justice of the peace
Chick George W, liquor saloon
Girardin Louis, blacksmith
Leonard A, general merchandise
Powers A W, physician
Shell John, blacksmith
Slaven T H, teacher
Taylor Frederick, attorney at law
Williams Wiley, hotel

San Benito County

San Bernardino County

San Bernardino, San Bernardino County

San Bruno, San Mateo County. PO address, San Mateo, 6 miles northwest of San Mateo
Cunningham Richard, proprietor San Bruno
House, station master S P R R, and agent Wells, Fargo & Co
Gambill & J, proprietor Star and Garter Hotel

San Buenaventura, Ventura County

San Diegnito, San Diego County, PO 35 miles north of San Diego
Brady D D, hotel
Crannell Little & Company, bee raisers
Ewing William A, postmaster

San Diego (North). (See North San Diego)

San Diego County

San Diego, San Diego County

San Emigdio, Kern County, PO address, Bakersfield, 40 miles south east of Bakersfield
Barriello Simon, general merchandise
Frank & McGill, lumber manufacturers
Godey Alexander, stock raiser

San Felipe, Santa Clara County, PO 40 miles south east of San Jose
Abbott ____, wagon maker
Harvey W E, postmaster, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, hotel and general merchandise
Sutherland J A, blacksmith

San Felix Station, San Mateo County, PO address, San Mateo, 6 miles north of San Mateo
Groves Ayscough, proprietor San Felix Hotel

San Fernando, Los Angeles County, PO 22 miles north of Los Angeles, is a newly built and prosperous village at the terminus of the Los Angeles and San Fernando Railroad, which is intended to constitute the southern section of the Southern Pacific or San Joaquin Valley branch of the Central Pacific Railroad. Here is now the depot for the travel and transportation business of the northern part of Los Angeles County, Inyo County, Kern County, and connecting with the northern system of railroads at Bakersfield. The town is very pleasantly situated, being the site of the old San Fernando Mission, and one of those lovely spots which the fine taste of the old Padres always selected for their homes in the new and beautiful land they came to settle and redeem. The valley of San Fernando is broad and fertile, and when well-watered the soil is exceedingly productive. The neighboring hills are deep-soiled, furnishing excellent pasturage, and contain petroleum, if not other minerals. The old Mission was for many years the property and home of Don Andres Pico, who distinguished himself as the general in command of the California forces in defending his country when invaded by the Americans, and bravely fought Gen. Kearney's command at San Pasquale, in 1847.
Barlow ____, tanner
Courtney William, groceries
Gibney & Mullins, groceries
Kittredge Willard, postmaster, and hotel
Leonard C E, agent Wells, Fargo & Co
Lopes Jeraimo, hotel
Maclay Charles, land agent
McGilvray & Bell, liquor saloon, and feed stable
Murnane Martin, liquor saloon
Shang H L, photographer

San Francisco, City and County
[For names of merchants, manufacturers, etc, see commencement of the Classified Business Directory.]

San Francisco Cañon, Los Angeles County, PO address, Lyon Station, 40 miles north west of Los Angeles
Smith Luke, hotel and feed stable

San Gabriel, Los Angeles County, PO 9 miles east of Los Angeles
Bott Joaquin Rev, clergyman (R C)
Brown ____, physician
Hall David F, hotel
Heller ____, butcher
Heniger W K, butcher
Howard Volney, attorney at law
Kewen E J C, attorney at law
Loop C F Rev, clergyman (Episc)
Lopez N, blacksmith
Lyon Samuel M, postmaster, and general merchandise
Messinger F F Rev, clergyman (Episc)
Rose L J, wine manufacturer
Soule George, liquor and billiard saloon
Tuck Nathan, general merchandise
Twitchell C C, liquor saloon
Wilson B D, wine manufacturer

San Gabriel Mines, Los Angeles County, PO address, Azusa, 35 miles north east of Los Angeles
Roberts H C, general merchandise

San Gorgonio, San Bernardino County, PO address, San Bernardino, 28 miles south east of San Bernardino
Gilman M, hotel

San Gregorio, San Mateo County, PO 23 miles north west of Redwood City
Day D C, blacksmith
Hart Henry C, postmaster, general merchandise, and agent Wells, Fargo & Company
Lessard John, fast freight line
Miramontez D, liquor saloon
Moore E Mrs, general merchandise and liquor saloon
Roe T, butcher
Savage R W, hotel
Westing T W, liquor saloon

San Jacinto, San Diego County, PO 100 miles north of San Diego
Estudillo F, postmaster
Proctor L, general merchandise
Taylor D M, general merchandise

San Joaquin, San Joaquin County, PO 21 miles south of Stockton
Holt Levi B, postmaster, and hotel
Hoxie G W, blacksmith
Ramshotham John, liquor saloon

San Joaquin County

San Jose, Santa Clara County

San Juan Baptiste, San Benito County, PO 8 miles west of Hollister.
Academy of the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sister Carmen Superioress
Anderson John, stoves, tinware and plumbing
Beger Henry, shoe maker
Bowman & Sons, carriage and plow manufacturer
Breen, James F, attorney at law
Breitbarth Julius, boots and shoes
Bullier Loon, barber
Butler A Beck, proprietors San Juan Brewery
Cargill B G, physician and druggist
Carlos Poter, barber
Castro Julian, fruits and candies
Closa V Rev, clergyman (R C)
Crooks Julia Mrs, millinery, dress making and hair work
Dabie Francisco, liquor saloon
Dolheguy G, general merchandise
Durin S, blacksmith and gunsmith
Edwards J Rev, clergyman (Presb)
Floiucheau M & Co, general merchandise, wines and liquors
Flint, Bixby & Company, wool growers
Gerbet Victor, manufacturer wine and brandy
Greame Arthur L, butcher
Harris Samuel, general merchandise
Hodgson J R, carpenter
Lacoste Joseph, baker,
Lovett W E, attorney at law
McInornay Daniel, blacksmith
Nagle John, painter
Pullen George, proprietor National Hotel and livery stable
Quersin & Company, hotel
Roche James H, liquor saloon
Rubio C Rev, clergyman (R C)
Samit Bartholomew, general merchandise
Scherrer Louis, liquor saloon
Smith S W, surveyor
Stanley James, harness and saddlery
Sullivan Maurice, general merchandise
Vache Adolph, butcher and baker
Villegas Y P, agent
W U Telegraph and San Joaquin and Kings River Canal Company
Westfall A, physician
Whitney John W, postmaster, drugs, stationery and agent Wells Fargo & Company


San Juan Capistrano, Los Angeles County, PO address Capistrano, 61 miles south of Los Angeles
Aguilar Jose, liquor and billiard saloon
Ashcroft Robert, physician
Bacon J E, wool dealer
Charles Henry, general merchandise
Davis Thomas, carpenter and builder
Egan Richard, telegraph operator
Ferguson C A, .teaming and freighting.
Garcia Dolores, liquor saloon
Her S W, hotel
Kraszynsky M, general merchandise
Mendleson M, general merchandise
Mut J Rev clergyman (RC)
Reverin Frank, wagon maker
Sabarots Batiste, groceries and liquors
Segars M, teacher
Warfield S R, attorney at law

San Leandro, Alameda County

San Lorenzo, Alameda County, PO 11 miles south east of Oakland
Bagge & Neilson, fruit, and vegetable growers
Bosche & Bertram, proprietors Eden Hotel
Chisholm John, salt manufacturer
Crane E T, fruit grower
Donaldson A, painter
Green Maurice, shoe maker
Hanson Andrew, hotel
Kraghnissen J, dry goods
Lewelling Eli, fruit grower, and nurseryman
Marlin J B, fruit grower
Marlin John, fruit grower
Meek William, fruit grower
Mowatt James, fruit grower
Roberts William, fruit grower, and proprietor Roberts' Landing
San Lorenzo Fruit Preserving Company, George Marlin, superintendent
Shiman John L, postmaster, and general merchandise, and fruit grower
Smyth Henry, manufacturer agricultural implements
Tubart Charles, harness and saddlery

San Lorenzo, Santa Cruz County, PO address, Boulder Creek, 12 miles north east of Santa Cruz
Perry J W, lumber manufacturer
San Francisco Mill Company, lumber manufacturers
Treat George, lumber manufacturer

San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo County

San Luis Obispo County

San Luis Ranch, Merced County, PO 40 miles west of Merced,
Arano Manuel, postmaster
Mendia & Arano, general merchandise

San Luis Rey, San Diego County, PO 45 miles north west of San Diego
Bigard L, wool grower
Combs J, wool grower
Cove Turner & Potter, wool growers
Davis A H, wool grower
Flurry J M, wool grower
Foss D K, wool grower
Foster John, stock and wool grower
Freeman A K, gunsmith and wheelwright
G radios Rafael, wool grower
Locke & Wallace, general merchandise and hotel
Locke E G, postmaster
Mignon M, wool grower
Muchade Jesus, wool grower
Mund S, general merchandise
Pico Francisco, stock dealer

San Marcos, San Luis Obispo County, PO 36 miles north of San Luis Obispo
Black John F, teacher
Butchart George, postmaster
Butchart George & Sons, hotel and general merchandise
Crosford & Woodworth, blacksmiths, and wheelwrights

San Marcos, Santa Barbara County, (See La Graciosa)

San Mateo, San Mateo County

San Mateo County

San Miguel, San Luis Obispo County, PO address, San Marcos, 38 miles north of San Luis Obispo
Donnelly & Jeffrey, hotel
Duncan N P, physician
McDonald Brothers, hotel
Sittenfeld & Company, general merchandise, and agents Wells, Fargo & Company

San Pablo, Contra Costa County, PO 18 miles south west of Martinez, is a pleasantly located village, near the bay of the same name, and is 12 miles north of Oakland, with which place it is connected by stage, making semi-daily trips.
Andrada J, restaurant
Antony A, liquor saloon
Bammondes M, liquor stable
Boquet & Wilcox, blacksmiths, and wheelwrights
Chovisich Charles, liquor saloon
Cruz Henry, warehouse, and freighting
Cunha Si Pacheco, liquor saloon
Doran P, hotel
Dunbar J K, physician
Dyer A F, blacksmith, and wheelwright
Fonnon E. butcher
Grauli J, liquor saloon
Gualco M Rev, clergyman (R C)
Hahn H Mrs, hotel
Lobe L & Company, general merchandise
Marich E groceries
May William B, attorney at law
Berdee T, shoe maker
Romer & Co. butchers
Silva Joaquin, groceries
Sweet A W, attorney at law
Valencia M, shoe maker
Ware John, painter
Wright T J, postmaster, agent Whitney & Co's Express, attorney at law, notary public, and general merchandise
Young E Mrs, liquor saloon

San Pasqual, San Diego County, PO 30 miles north of San Diego, is situated in a beautiful valley, containing a large amount of land, which only wants to be settled by white men to become a paradise. It is adapted to growing all kinds of grain, but is still between first growing all kinds of fruits and nuts. It is occupied now mostly by Mexicans and Indians, who could be bought out very cheap. The climate cannot be excelled in any part of the world.
Barker B E, liquor saloon
Eckles E, carpenter
Gilbert Harlow, postmaster and apiarian
Manasse Moses, general merchandise
Ober William, blacksmith
Washburn Calvin, general merchandise
Wolfskill John, stock raiser

San Pedro, Los Angeles County, PO address, Wilmington, 25 miles south of Los Angeles
Ryan James E, hotel
Timms Augustus W, general merchandise

San Quentin, Marin County, PO 3½ miles south east of San Rafael, and 12 miles north of San Francisco, is the seat of the State Prison of California. A point of land here projects into the Bay of San Francisco, affording a good natural landing place. The locality is connected with the city by steam ferry, making three trips daily. The prison buildings, located about half a mile from the landing, on a slight elevation, constitute a conspicuous object to the traveler, in passing up or down the Bay, and when their purpose is known create a somber effect upon the mind, in deep contrast to the admired scene of water and land, with the majestic and symmetrical Mount Tamalpais rising in the background. There are at present 972 prisoners confined within the walls, laboring at various occupations, the principal being the manufacture of harness and saddles, boots and shoes, and furniture, being let at a per diem to contractors, who have places of business in San Francisco. Shops and steam power, and all facilities are provided by the State, but the implements of work are supplied by the contractors.
Baldwin A W, boot and shoe manufacturer
Farrell John D, agent steamer Contra Costa, and proprietor Point House
Harron W M, agent Wells, Fargo & Company
King John, engineer
McRae John G, hotel
Schumann Joseph, feed stable
Soule E, wagon maker
Tinkham C P, postmaster

San Rafael, Marin County

San Ramon, Contra Costa County, PO 18 miles south east of Martinez
Mills E F, postmaster

San Salvador, San Bernardino County, PO address, San Bernardino
Archuleta Thomas, liquor saloon
Atenad Antonio, carpenter
Atencio Espinosa, liquor saloon
Baca Jesus Maria, carpenter
Bustamente Miguel, postmaster
Costillo Bustamente, general merchandise
Costillo J M, silversmith
Costillo Manuel, silversmith
Eminos Lucas, blacksmith
Famalle Pedro, shoe maker
Lujan José Maria, general merchandise
Morales Amparo, blacksmith
Pouse Calletano, blacksmith
Salazar Jesus Maria, shoe maker
Salazar Juan, wool dealer
Toramillo Juan Jose, wool grader
Toramillo Leandro, carpenter

San Simeon, San Luis Obispo County, PO 44 miles north west of San Luis Obispo
Gushing John, hotel
Frankel Leopold, general merchandise
Grant, Lull & Company, general merchandise
Whitaker W S, postmaster

San Ysidro, Santa Clara County, PO 30 miles south of San Jose
Bruen John H, postmaster, and general merchandise
McClure C I, blacksmith


Sandy Gulch, Calaveras County, PO address, West Point, 22 miles north east of San Andreas
Herbert H W, general merchandise

Sanel, Mendocino County, PO 14 miles south of Ukiah
Bickle & Yeagley, hotel
Dobkins & Harp, blacksmiths
Gale L L, liquor saloon
Levy J, dry goods
Pike H G, physician
Stanley L R, butcher
Thatcher W W, postmaster, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and general merchandise

Sanford's Station, Santa Cruz County, PO address, Watsonville, 15 miles south of Santa Cruz
Martens H, liquor saloon
Sanford A P, liquor saloon, and farmer

Santa Ana, Los Angeles County, PO 33 miles south of Los Angeles
Baldwin J C, blacksmith
Birch A W, nurseryman
Brown C W, teacher
Chaney M, liquor saloon
Dunlap John, wagon maker
Frankell Brothers & Company, general merchandise
Hickey J C, livery stable
McFadden Brothers & Company, dairymen
Martin J A, teacher
Miller J E Rev, clergyman
Nimmo John, liquor saloon
Spurgeon William H, postmaster. Wells, Fargo & Company, and general merchandise

Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara Hot Sulpher Springs, PO address, Santa Barbara, six miles north east of Santa Barbara.
Curtiss Wilbur, hotel and springs proprietor

Santa Clara County

Santa Clara, Santa Clara County California

Santa Cruz County

Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County

Santa Inez, Santa Barbara County, PO address. Las Cruces, 40 miles northwest of Santa Barbara
Baso John Rev, clergyman
Cateria Loon, general merchandise
Cuestas R de la, physician
Moore Thomas W, general merchandise

Santa Margarita, San Luis Obispo County, PO 10 miles north of San Luis Obispo
Campbell J B. hotel
Farrell William, postmaster, and general merchandise


Santa Maria, Santa Barbara County, PO 70 miles northwest of Santa Barbara
Adams William L, general merchandise
Cook R D, blacksmith
Flores Juan, liquor saloon
Lewis T D Rev, clergyman
Lock wood S G, postmaster
McElhenny James, general merchandise
Miller James S, physician
Miller & Lovett, general merchandise, wool and hides
Oakley C C, blacksmith
Van Deusen Anna Miss, teacher
Wickenden Frederick, general merchandise

Santa Maria, Tuolumne County, 52 miles south of Sonora
Shepherd Joel, general merchandise

Santa Paula, Ventura County, PO 16 miles south east of San Buenaventura
Blanchard & Bradley, flour manufacturers, and stock raisers
Gordon A B, groceries and liquors
Gray A, horticulturist
Harrington A J, blacksmith
Mears John, wool grower
Moore Lawrence, stock raiser
Pond John H, hotel, and postmaster
Saltmarsh J B, petroleum dealer
Soms E S, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Wiley Brothers, general merchandise

Santa Monica, Los Angeles County, PO 12 miles west of Los Angeles, is a new commercial port, on an open roadstead of the Pacific, being partially protected by Point Vincente on the south, and Point Duma on the west, each about 18 miles distant. A wharf 2,700 feet in length has been constructed, reaching a depth of 30 feet of water at low tide, and where vessels have lain and discharged cargo during severe weather. Communication with San Francisco is regularly maintained by the steamers of the Goodall, Nelson & Perkins S. S. Company, and the Pacific Mail S. S. Co. From the wharf a railroad is in course of construction to Los Angeles, and to continue through the Cajon Pass to Independence, in Inyo County, commanding the trade of the rich mining districts of Cerro Gordo, Panamint, Darwin, and other localities. The site for the town is very favorable, gently sloping to the ocean, and a long extent of hard sand beach affords pleasant driving, or safe sea bathing, giving promise that at no distant day this will become a favorite summer resort. The Sierra Santa Monica and Point Duma shelter it from the cold north winds of summer, insuring it an equable and pleasant climate throughout the year. It is in the region of the orange and olive, of the grape, and every luscious fruit, where a warm and fertile soil comes to the verge of the sea, where severe storms are seldom seen, neither excessive heat nor pinching cold, and where all nature combines to offer pleasant homes. [See supplement for names of business men.]

Santa Rita, Monterey County, PO 3 miles north of Salinas, is located upon slightly elevated ground in the great Salinas Valley, and is surrounded by productive country. This is a prosperous and growing town, and is the site of the County Hospital, under the charge of Dr. S. M. Archer.
Archer S M, physician
Averill & Gauldin, blacksmiths
Casias Hipolite, carpenter
Castro Thomas, liquor saloon
Hall George, hotel
Irvine Samuel, general merchandise
Lynn & Mitchell, wagon makers, and blacksmiths
Ojeda Precitiani, butcher
Revilla Lucas, liquor saloon
Soto José M, postmaster, general merchandise, and livery stable

Santa Rosa, Sonoma County

Santa Rosa Sulpher Springs, Sonoma County, PO address, Santa Rosa, 2½ miles south east of Santa Rosa
Emerson Henry, hotel, and springs proprietor

Sarahsville, Placer County, PO address, Bath, 24 miles east of Auburn, is in the cluster of mining towns on the great gravel ridge between the North and Middle Forks of the American River, having for its neighbors Michigan Bluff, Forest Hill, Todds Valley, Yankee Jim's, Damascus, Iowa Hill, and other places that have become quite famous for the richness of their mines. The mines are usually worked by the hydraulic process, and yield well.

Saratoga, Santa Clara County, PO 12 miles south west of Sail Jose. The celebrated Pacific Congress Springs are located about two miles south-west of the village. These Springs are annually visited by a large number of invalids and pleasure seekers, who are attracted thither to take advantage of the mineral waters, or to enjoy the rugged beauty of the surrounding scenery. Here are also numerous manufacturing establishments, where binding boards for books, pasteboard, straw wrapping paper, etc, are made; also a flouring mill, a tannery, and two saw mills in the neighborhood. Among the business houses are live stores, two hotels, three saloons, and others in proportion.
Beardsley James, groceries and liquors
Bedell & Blabon, liquor saloon and livery stable
Brewer W T, lumber dealer
Colwell A S, liquor saloon
Eastin Sarah Mrs, hotel proprietress
Hartman John, shoe maker
Hilton & McCoy, liquor saloon
Ingram T J, groceries, etc
King E T & Company, paper manufacturers
Laird A E Mrs, hotel
McLay Alexander, boot and shoe maker
McWilliams James, blacksmith
Mendesolle B, general merchandise
Sage L A, proprietor Congress Springs Hotel
Somerville J, pasteboard manufacturer
Wallace L & J, feed and grain
Whipple Frank E, liquor saloon
Whipple James, physician
Whipple V M, postmaster, druggist, and varieties

Sardine Valley, Sierra County, P O address, Truckee, Nevada County, 40 miles south east of Downieville
Parsons N, hotel

Sargents Station, Santa Clara County. (See La Borea)

Staticoy, Ventura County, PO 9 miles east of San Buenaventura
Cohen Morris, general merchandise
Duval Eugene A, postmaster
Hodgkins E G, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Joy Alfred, hotel

Saucelito, Marin County, PO 15 miles south of San Rafael
Bellrude J S, postmaster, general merchandise, livery stable, lumber dealer, etc
Bennett Joseph, (Old Saucelito) liquor saloon
Cairns John, physician, and justice of the peace
Cottingham R T, stage proprietor
Gushing J J, physician
Desila Constantine, restaurant, and billiard saloon
Donovan Mary Miss, teacher
Dysart E W, agent North Pacific Coast R R Co
Hamlin M C, agent W U Telegraph Co
Leal E, barber
McGinn Patrick, blacksmith
Petro A restaurant, and lodgings
Popper Nicholas, fruit
Praider John, Railroad saloon
Rety V, restaurant
Schnell John, hotel
Schulze Louis, proprietor Railroad House and
Branch Hotel near R R machine shops
Snow G F, liquor saloon (Old Saucelito)
Yung Philip, butcher

Saw Mill Flat, Tuolumne County, PO address, Columbia, 4 miles north east of Sonora
Rowell H H, gunsmith

Saw Pit Flat, Plumas County, PO address, Gibsonville, Sierra County, 18 miles south of Quincy
Corbet David & Hohn, liquor saloon
Metcalf & Brother, hotel, and livery stable
Newhouse H, general merchandise

Sawyer's Bar, Siskiyou County, PO 40 miles south east of Orleans Bar
Barrows T A, lumber manufacturer
Bell Henry C, general merchandise
Bigelow George W, blacksmith, and lumber manufacturer
Birdsall Silas H, general merchandise
Brockhouse William, blacksmith
Churchill John, liquor saloon
Doran Richard, postmaster
Grant & Patton, hotel
Kennedy E P, liquor saloon
McNillis William, liquor saloon
Morris Richard, shoe maker
Morrow L, tinsmith
Nally James, hotel and butcher
Robertson James, butcher
Robinson H P, liquor saloon
Sheffield S R, attorney at law

Scales Diggings, Sierra County, 17 miles northwest of Downieville
Bond J, blacksmith
Chandler Seth & Company, lumber manufacturers
Gibson Joseph, liquor saloon
Neivez Antone, shoe maker
Pratt, Alloy & Company, general merchandise
Reutishauser John, brewery
Turner J C, hotel

Scatterville, Tehama County, PO address, Tehama, 20 miles south of Red Bluff
Hays & Cromet, blacksmiths
Rice C P, general merchandise, and hotel

Scenga, Ventura County. PO
Decker Charles W, postmaster

School House Station, San Mateo County, PO
Hills Joseph H, postmaster

Sciad Valley, Siskiyou County, PO 55 miles north west of Yreka
Bailey Charles M, postmaster and general merchandise

Scott River, Siskiyou County, PO (See Scott's Bar)
Sigmund Simon, postmaster

Scott's Bar, Siskiyou County, PO, address, Scott River, 38 miles west of Yreka
Fisher Charles, blacksmith
Goodale O W, butcher
Hicks G A, general merchandise
Hurst J, boots and shoes
Isaacs J, general merchandise
Leduc J B, lumber dealer
Leereig Robert, physician
Marfield J, wagon maker
Mamber A, produce dealer
Nentzel & Simon, general merchandise
Patek J, general merchandise
Robinson J Mrs, hotel
Rohn William, liquor saloon
Singleton M., wood dealer
Ticknor L, stage line

Scott's Creek, Santa Cruz County, PO address Seaside
Wren Henry, shingle manufacturer

Searsville, San Mateo County, PO 7 miles south west of Redwood City
Eikerenkotter Augustus, postmaster, hotel, and general merchandise
Lloyd William, blacksmith
Phillpott W, brewery
Plummer M, liquor saloon

Seaside, Santa Cruz County, PO 20 miles north west of Santa Cruz
Harrington & Chandler, shingle manufacturers
Post David, postmaster, and hotel
Waddle & Company, lumber manufacturers

Sebastopol, Napa County. (See Yountville)

Sebastopol, Sacramento County, PO address, Michigan bar, 20 miles south east of Sacramento City
Michel Francis, general merchandise

Sebastopol, Sonoma County, PO 7 miles south west of Santa Rosa
Allen B B. physician
Altmark H, general merchandise
Berry Samuel, livery stable
Cavillo Joaquin, hotel
Dougherty John, postmaster
Gregson William, blacksmith
Hinckley George, physician
Miller L W, stage proprietor
Morris J P, lumber dealer
Purrington H, boot and shoe maker
Rea Thomas, blacksmith
Selling J & Son, general merchandise, agents
Wells, Fargo & Company, and insurance agents
Smith J H, physician
Solomon C, general merchandise
Wilson W H. hotel
Wilton Thomas G, liquor saloon

Secret Springs, Placer County, PO address Michigan Bluff, 46 miles north east Auburn
Reynoldson James, hotel

Seminary Park, Alameda County, PO address, Brooklyn, 5 miles south east of Oakland
Armstrong W W. hotel
Bain William, blacksmith
Gates E, proprietor Central Market
Gibbin George, hotel
Lacy ____ Rev, clergyman (Cong)
Mills C T, principal Mills Seminary

Seven Mile House, Santa Cruz County, 13 miles south Santa Cruz
Steigelmann Jacob, hotel

Shady Run, Placer County, PO 40 miles north east of Auburn
Borah Milton, fruit grower
Talbot James F, postmaster and general merchandise
Walsh Thomas, boarding

Shaferville, Calaveras County, PO address Telegraph City, 24 miles south of San Andreas
Ollrich J, blacksmith and wagon maker

Shakeridge, Amador County, PO
Foster Claiborn, postmaster

Sharon Valley, Yuba County, PO address Brownsville, 26 miles north east of Marysville
Crane L T, & Brother, lumber dealers

Shasta County

Shasta, Shasta County

Shaw's Flat, Tuolumne County, PO 2 miles north west of Sonora
Bullordieck Albert, general merchandise, and postmaster

Sheep Ranch, Calaveras County, PO address, Mountain Ranch, 18 miles east of San Andreas
Anderson, Charles, liquor saloon
Hughes & Son, general merchandise

Sheldon, Sacramento County, PO address, Elk Grove, 20 miles south east of Sacramento City
Maholm J B, general merchandise
Wostlake & Leaker, blacksmiths, and wagon makers
Wood S, liquor saloon

Sheridan, Placer County, PO 23 miles west of Auburn
Barney J, shoe maker
Click Daniel, flour manufacturer
Evans B F, liquor saloon
Hopkins K, agent Wells, Fargo & Co
Long J M, physician
Myers Joseph R, proprietor Sheridan Hotel
Neustadt Walter, general merchandise
Parrott B R, liquor saloon
Rogers Eugene C, postmaster
Warner C S, blacksmith

Sherman, Santa Clara County, PO 18 miles south east of San Jose
Franklin Benjamin, carpenter
Lannan Patrick, blacksmith
Piatti Caesar, postmaster, and proprietor Eighteen Mile House

Sherwood Valley, Mendocino County, PO 32 miles north west of Ukiah
Beaumont E Rev, clergyman
Hatch Hiram T, postmaster, and lumber manufacturer
Rouse John, contractor
Tuttle Lucius C, hotel

Shingle Springs, El Dorado County, PO 11 miles south west of Placerville
Berry R K, agent Wells, Fargo & Company
Bohn Henry, liquor saloon
Brown W H & Company, flour, and grain dealers
Burns Robert, shoe maker
Clark William H, wool grower
Eppinger Jacob, general merchandise
Gaffney James, butcher
Graham John, liquor saloon
Hall D T, general merchandise, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Hunter M A, physician
Meyers Frank, hotel
Pierce Simon O, postmaster and notary
Slocum ____, carpenter, and builder
Smitchen B, liquor saloon

Shingletown, Shasta County, PO 45 miles north east of Shasta
King James, blacksmith
Klotz Rudolph, lumber, sash and door manufacturer
Lack D F, lumber manufacturer
McCarley John, postmaster, general merchandise, and hotel

Sierra City, Sierra County, P O 12 miles east of Downieville
Anderson F, attorney at law, and justice of the peace
Bausart Andrew, hotel
Bigelow H H, hotel
Bunker & Rines, blacksmiths
Busch August C, postmaster, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and general merchandise
Callieux J F, liquor saloon
Center John, liquor saloon
Darling & Abbe, livery stable
English Thomas, druggist
Goff Peter, hotel
Gondona Joseph, liquor saloon
Gorham J M, blacksmith
Guieavich Joseph, liquor saloon
Hannah John, liquor saloon
Jones L F, physician
Lamere Joseph, liquor saloon
Lawrence R A, jeweler
Leary & Busch, lumber manufacturers
Martinetto J & Company, dry goods, and clothing
Mooney J T, butcher
Nessler Lorenz, general merchandise
Picken Alexander, shoe maker
Retallick William, barber
Sceffino Joseph, general merchandise
Scott & Banks, hotel
Whitney D L, lumber manufacturer

Sierra County

Sierra Nevada House, Sierra County, PO address, Camptonville, 13 miles west of Downieville
Romarge John, hotel

Sierra Valley, Sierra County, PO. (See Sierraville)
Brisbon Stephen T, postmaster

Sierraville, Sierra County, PO address, Sierra Valley, 30 miles east of Downieville
Atwood A, boots and shoes, and justice of the peace
Belden R, liquor saloon
Case E L, teacher
Dean Marshall, hotel
Fisher S, harness and saddlery
Fletcher T H & Company, mill proprietor
Ham E, physician
Hamilton W T, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Hamlin E H, mill proprietor
Howe A J, attorney at law
Nichols A S, fruit and vegetables
Olsen Jacob, general merchandise
Wood George, notary public
Woodin James & Company, mill proprietor

Sigler Springs, Lake County. (See Hot Sigler Springs)

Silver Mountain, Alpine County, PO and County seat, is situated at the base of Silver Mountain, on a small plateau one mile in length by an eighth of a mile in width, and having an elevation of 7,000 feet above the sea. The place is reached by stage from Carson City, Nevada, 54 miles distant and a road also crosses the Sierra Nevada at a pass 8,000 feet high, and leads to Stockton, via the Big Trees and Murphy's. The town is surrounded by lofty mountains, in which silver mines are found and the towns of Monitor, Bullion, and Silver King are trading points with Silver Mountain. The town takes its name from a lofty peak rising to an altitude of 11,000 feet, and in it rise several streams which make the east fork of the Carson River. One newspaper, the Alpine Chronicle, is published weekly.
Champion James, county, and U S deputy mineral surveyor
Davidson James, liquor saloon
Folger A C, notary public
Folger R M & H C, proprietors Alpine Chronicle
Ford Richard H, postmaster, and hotel proprietor
Johnson Thomas, toys, cigars, etc
Leggett Thomas W, attorney at law
Sauquet John, general merchandise
Organ Thomas J, attorney at law

Siskiyou County

Skaggs' Springs, Sonoma County, PO address, Healdsburg, 30 miles north west of Santa Rosa
Skaggs Alexander, hotel

Slack Cañon, San Benito County, PO 75 miles __ of Hollister
Davis James B, postmaster, and liquor saloon
Hunt T H, attorney at law
Morse Julia Mrs, hotel
Morse William L, blacksmith
Taylor Alexander, liquor saloon
Williams B Mrs, physician, (Indian Valley)

Slate Creek, Shasta County, PO address, Portugee, 42 miles north of Shasta
Elson Asa, general merchandise
Wiley Isaac M. hotel

Slate Range, Yuba County, PO address, Camptonville, 50 miles north east of Marysville
Quail William, liquor saloon, and general merchandise

Sleighville House, Sierra County, PO address, Camptonvillo, 15 miles south west of Downieville
Your Peter, hotel

Slippery Ford, El Dorado County, PO 46 miles north east of Placerville
McConnaha James B, postmaster, and hotel

Sly Park, El Dorado County, PO address. Pleasant Valley, 20 miles south east of Placerville
Card A, liquor saloon
Card & Cutler, lumber manufacturers
Cutler L C, hotel
Flemming & Goodridge, shake makers
Griffith & Bryant, lumber manufacturers
Hooper H O, lumber, and door manufacturer
Lepitit Louis, lumber manufacturer

Smartsville, Yuba County, PO 18 miles east of Marysville, is on the south side of the Yuba River, and is in communication with Marysville, North San Juan, and Nevada, by stage daily. The locality is distinguished by the vast deposits of auriferous gravel, the extensive and costly character of the mining operations, and the large amounts of gold obtained. These mines are in the lower foot-hills of the Sierra Nevada, and are of different formation from the deposits of like altitudes usually found, being similar to the gravel ridges of from two to three thousand feet of elevation. The deposit is from 100 to 175 feet in depth, the lower stratum being a hard, blue gravel, cemented together by decomposed sulphurets of various metals, and so firmly united as to require the aid of powder to loosen large quantities before washing away by the hydraulic, which is the method of mining here. Drifts are made and chambers excavated where powder is placed, the opening stopped, and the train is fired. As much as 1,500 kegs, of 25 lbs. each, have been used in a single blast. At the principal mine, l,400 inches of water is used, costing $140 a day. From this mine upward of $1,500,000 have been taken, at a cost of about 33 per cent., and it continues to pay largely. Timbuctoo, Sucker Flat, and Empire Ranch, are names of surrounding localities and here maybe conveniently witnessed the extensive and expensive manner of California gold-washing.
Ackley L, secretary Smartsville Mining Co
Butler & Chamberlain, liquor dealers
Caughie James, physician
Conlin Thomas, livery stable
Doyle A, tinsmith
Drew T S, mining secretary, and notary public
Duhain C C, general merchandise
Frazier Benjamin, boot and shoe factory
Jeffrey George, blacksmith
McAllis John, superintendent Rose's Bar Mining Company, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and W U Telegraph Co
McConnell John, drugs, medicines, books and stationery
McFadden Thomas H, postmaster
McFadden & McAllis, general merchandise
Monk James, hotel
O'Brien James, superintendent Pactolas and Smartsville Mining Co
Pearl William M, apothecary and druggist
Slattery Cornelius, butcher
Smith B, hotel
Smith Rosa Miss, dress maker
Smith & Murray, hotel and livery stable
Tift William, physician
Ward W W, wines and liquors

Smith River, Del Norte County, PO 15 miles north east of Crescent City
Adams John, wagon maker
Anthony J G, flour manufacturer
Brooking James, postmaster, and hotel
Gasquet Horace, general merchandise, and hotel, (Forks)
Goodlin James, cooper
Keen S J, cooper
Lake J L, lumber manufacturer
Mooney Thomas, blacksmith
Pidaneet Adrain, cooper
Sass H E, carpenter
Simons Henry, general merchandise, harness and saddlery
Westbrook Henry Mrs, general merchandise

Smith's Flat, El Dorado County, PO address, Placerville, 3 miles east of Placerville
Aransine N, general merchandise
Creighton James, blacksmith
Raffetto G B & Company, general merchandise, and hotel

Smith's Landing, Santa Barbara County, PO address, Carpenteria, 10 miles east of Santa Barbara
Bollera Thomas, general merchandise
Smith Brothers, commission, and forwarding, and lumber dealers

Smith's Ranch, Sonoma County, PO. (See Bodega Corners)
Springer James L, postmaster

Snelling, Merced County, PO 16 miles east of Merced, occupies a pleasant site on the north bank of the Merced River, in a lovely and fertile valley of the same name, being a portion, or arm, of the great San Joaquin Valley. The locality was first settled upon in 1851, and in 1856 was regularly laid out as a town, receiving the name of Snelling from the family owning the property, and became the county seat, but in 1873 the capital was removed to the town of Merced, a new and thriving town on the San Joaquin Valley branch of the Cantal Pacific Railroad. Snelling is now quite a central point for staging, being the dinner station on the route from Merced to Yosemite, and is also on the lines from Coulterville and Mariposa. A rich and extensive agricultural section insures it a permanent prosperity.
Anderson A B, hotel, and livery stable
Brady J, liquor saloon
Brun N, wheelwright
Canavara A, general merchandise
Cassidy P F, physician
Cody N L A, postmaster, drugs, and varieties
Dulin J M, physician
Durio A, general merchandise
Fisher W C, general merchandise
Halsted G W, blacksmith
Lesperance F, carpenter, and builder
Mandis A & Company, hotel
Scott J C, liquor saloon
Simon, Jacobs & Company, general merchandise
Skelton H A, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and general merchandise
Talbot L W, attorney at law
Tucker G W, physician
Weatherspoon ____, physician

Soda Creek Quicksilver Mines, Lake County, PO address, Lower Lake, 30 miles south east of Lakeport
Baker J C, physician
Hutchison William, cattle raiser

Soda Springs, Nevada County, PO
Jones William, postmaster, and hotel

Soda Springs, Shasta County, PO address, Portugee, 68 miles north of Shasta
Baily Washington, hotel

Soda Springs, Siskiyou County, PO address. Berryvale, 40 miles south east of Yreka
Fry Isaac, hotel

Solano County

Soledad, Los Angeles County, PO address, Lyon Station, 58 miles north west of Los Angeles
Harper Samuel, hotel and feed stable

Soledad, Monterey County, PO 26 miles south of Salinas
Bird C, blacksmith
Buzzell J F, liquor saloon
Everett A, postmaster, and agent Wells, Fargo & Company
Gable Sylvesia A, hotel
Grist Z S, hotel
Harrison W H, contractor and builder
Josselyn H, livery stable
McGraw C O, agent Southern Pacific Railroad
Metz & Mackfee, butchers
Ostrum Charles, liquor saloon
Pratt H S, general merchandise
Williamson A, general merchandise

Somersville, Contra Costa County, PO 25 miles southeast of Martinez, is a busy mining town on the northern slope of Mount Diablo, and its inhabitants are chiefly engaged in the coal mines which underlie that famous mountain. The Pittsburg, Union, and Central mines are in, this vicinity, and produce large quantities of coal, which is transported by railroad to Pittsburg Landing, seven miles distant, on the delta of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers, and two and a half miles west of Antioch, as well as by teams to the latter place. The Black Diamond Mine is but one mile distant, measuring through the dividing ridge at Nortonville, (see Nortonville) which sends its coals to market by a railroad seven miles in length, with its terminus at New York Landing on the same water. About 13,000 tons of coal are shipped monthly from the Somersville mines, and the number of men employed is about three hundred. There is a Catholic and a Methodist church, lodges of the orders of the Sons of Temperance, Odd Fellows, Masons, Red Men, Ancient Order of Hibernians, and Workmen's Accident and Relief Association are established at this place.
Brown Patrick, liquor saloon
Brown Samuel, justice of the peace
Davis Francis, liquor saloon
Dillingham H E, liquor saloon
Hamilton & Rankin, hotel
Holbrook C E, physician
Hughes John J, general merchandise
Lando Joseph, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and general merchandise
Log A W, varieties
Richmond T W, general merchandise
Riddle J R, physician
Riddock & Ward, livery stable
Scammon G H, postmaster and agent Whitney & Go's express
Scammon J E, hotel
Shattuck & Hillegass, proprietors Central Coal Mine
Stevens, Baker & Company, proprietors Pittsburg Coal Mine
Whipple Stephen B, proprietor Union Coal Mine

Somes' Bar, Klamath Company, PO 11 miles north east of Orleans Bar
Brizard A & Company, general merchandise
Tripp William A, postmaster
Tripp William A & Company, hotel, and general merchandis
e

Sonoma County

Sonoma, Sonoma County

Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County, PO address, Sonoma, 20 miles south east of Santa Rosa
Craig O W, wine manufacturer
Green William, produce dealer
Justi Charles, liquor saloon
Monahan P, hotel
Snyder J R, wine manufacturer
Warfield J B, wine manufacturer

Sonora, Tuolumne County

Soquel, Santa Cruz County, PO 4 miles south of Santa Cruz
Bowman John, stoves, tin, and hardware, crockery, etc
Cahoon's Saw Mill, lumber manufacturers
California Beet Sugar Company, sugar manufacturers
Cosgrove W F, barber
Cummings D J, general merchandise, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and W U Telegraph Company
Davenport D, butcher
Davis W W, superintendent Wool and Leather Conpany
Ewing S, blacksmith
Frost J, liquor saloon
Getzschmann A, hotel
Grover & Company, lumber manufacturers
Hall C H, blacksmith
Huntington & Company, lumber manufacturers
Lermond G W, hotel
Mann F W, hotel
Mills & Davenport, butchers
Otto Andreas, superintendent California Beet Sugar Company & Works
Porter B F & Company, tannery, and grist mill
Porter Edward, postmaster, and general merchandise
Porter E & B F, flour manufacturers
Porter G K & F F, proprietors Soquel tannery
Secilbrandt David, boots and shoes
Soquel River Lumber Company, lumber manufacturers
Strong A Rev, clergyman (Cong)
Tucker W W, wheelwright
West E, livery stable
Windoes & Son, manufacturers gloves, and whiplashes

Soulsbyville, Tuolumne County, PO address, Sonora, 8 miles east of Sonora
Langdon ____ Mrs, hotel
Richards E, general merchandise

South Butte, Sutter County, PO 8 miles west of Yuba City
Buchanan J F, postmaster, and hotel

South Fork, Sierra County, PO address, Downieville
Junot Frederick, general merchandise

South Fork, (Scott River) Siskiyou County, PO address, Callahan's Ranch, 45 miles south east of Yreka
Denney & French, general merchandise
Foche Brothers, general merchandise
Pettie Charles, blacksmith
Smith Nicholas, hotel

South Vallejo, Solano County. (See Vallejo)

Southern's Station, Shasta County, PO address, Portugee, 53 miles north of Shasta
Southern S F, hotel, and general merchandise

Spadra, Los Angeles County, PO 28 miles east of Los Angeles was, until recently, the terminus of the southern section of the Southern Pacific Railroad, and is on the principal line of travel from Los Angeles to San Bernardino and Arizona, also to the Mohave River, and Panamint, via the Cajon Pass. The lofty San Gabriel Mountains rise precipitously to northward, and a broad stretch of undulating country surround it, generally devoted to grazing and to waste chapparell, but susceptible of tillage.
Caldwell A B, postmaster
Caldwell A B & Brother, general merchandise
Egan & Wilkins, general merchandise, and agents
Wells, Fargo & Co
Egan John R, blacksmith
Keyer J D, physician
Mills J J, attorney at law
Milvany & Wells, butchers
North George, agent Southern Pacific Railroad Co
Phillips L, wine grower
Rubottom W W, hotel
Stewart James M, livery stable

Spanish Dry Diggings, El Dorado County, PO 50 miles north west of Placerville
Davis William B, postmaster
Hunter George W, general merchandise

Spanish Flat, El Dorado County, PO address St. Lawrenceberg, 8 miles north of Placerville
Demuth R, lumber manufacturer
Frazier M S, liquor saloon
Roelke G H, millwright

Spanish Ranch, Plumas County, PO 6 miles west of Quincy
Haggard T L, liquor saloon
Thompson & Kellogg, agents Wells, Fargo & Company, hotel, and general merchandise
Thompson Richard, postmaster

Spanishtown, San Mateo County. (See Half Moon Bay.)

Spenceville, Nevada County, PO 20 miles south west of Nevada City
Bittner C, carpenter
Hyatt Jacob, postmaster
Hymes John, hotel
Schroeder John F, general merchandise
Sherman V, blacksmith

Sportsman's Hall, El Dorado County, PO address, Placerville, 12 miles east of Placerville
Blair J J, hotel

Spring Creek, Shasta County.
Griffin and Sykes, lumber manufacturers

Spring Valley, Calavaras County. (See Valley Springs)

Spring Valley, Colusa County, PO 14 miles south of Colusa
Bailey W H, liquor saloon
Bailey & Company, blacksmiths
Harris D & Company, general merchandise
Meyer C R, general merchandise

Springfield, Tuolumne County, PO address, Columbia, Smiles northwest of Sonora
Kelley John T, liquor saloon
Wight George, distillery

St. Helena, Napa County

St. John, Colusa County, PO 40 miles north of Colusa
Bedwell John, carpenter
Billion Joseph, stock dealer
Burr J R, blacksmith
Hamming Jacob, liquor saloon
Jones Samuel, machinist
McLanahan & Nelson, stock dealers
Papst Albert, general merchandise
Papst C J, postmaster
White I H, hotel

St. Lawrenceburgh, El Dorado County, PO address, Kelsey, 9 miles north of Placerville
Foster W H. distiller
Lagerson Fritz, blacksmith
Lugson George, postmaster, and hotel

St. Louis, Sierra County, PO 18 miles north of Downieville
Brundage Charles, liquor saloon
Carmichael Alexander, butcher
Conlan Daniel, postmaster, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and general merchandise
Hovey Wilson, livery stable
Stahl William, blacksmith
Schwartz Christian, hotel

St. Louis, Sonoma County, PO address, Sonoma, 26 miles south east of Santa Rosa
Vollmer F H, liquor saloon

Stanfield Ranch, Yuba County, PO address, Oregon House, 24 miles north east of Marysville
Smith C, hotel

Stanislaus, Stanislaus County, PO
Adie C A, postmaster

Stanislaus County

Stillwater, Shasta County, PO 15 miles east of Shasta
Bass John S P, postmaster, and hotel
McFall W, blacksmith

Stockton, San Joaquin County

Stonewall, San Diego County, PO 45 miles north east of San Diego
Farley Francis E, postmaster

Stony Point, Sonoma County, PO 9 miles south west of Santa Rosa
Baker Mrs, milliner
Frost & Lamb, washing machine manufacturer
Hamilton G, fruit raiser
Hasbrouck A, butcher
Hayne Harvey, postmaster
Holly S B & Company, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Holly & Magoon, general merchandise
Lawrence John, physician
Mayfield M Rev, clergyman
Meacham H, sheep raiser
Ricketts A, hotel
Woodworth D Mrs, teacher
Woodworth Samuel, fruit raiser

Strawberry Flat, Tuolumne County, PO address, Sonora, 40 miles east of Sonora
Lane Thomas, hotel

Strawberry Valley, El Dorado County, PO address. Slippery Ford
Watson Charles, hotel

Strawberry Valley, Siskiyou County. (See Berryvale)

Strawberry Valley, Yuba County, PO 45 miles north east of Marysville
Davy W H, agent Wells, Fargo & Company, and hotel
Drake J H, general merchandise
Emerson E A, butcher
Prindle C T, blacksmith
Union Lumber Company, lumber manufacturers
Wilcox A S, liquor saloon
Youlen William, postmaster

Strawberry Valley Magnetic Springs, Santa Cruz County, 7 miles north of Santa Cruz
DeWolf J W, hotel and springs proprietor

Sucker Plat, Yuba County, PO address, Smartsville, 20 miles north east of Marysville
Crary R L, agent Wells, Fargo & Co
Daily P, boot and shoe maker
Drury P, hotel
Kelly M J, boot and shoe maker
Pettit & Beattie, general merchandise

Suey, San Luis Obispo County, 70 miles north west of San Luis Obispo
Adam William L, general merchandise
Cook R D, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Fuller & Lovett, general merchandise
McElhenny James, general merchandise
Miller J S, physician
Oakley C C, blacksmith
Vas Duesen Miss, teacher

Sugar Loaf Station, El Dorado County, PO address. Slippery Ford, 32 miles east of Placerville
McConnaha J B, hotel

Sugar Pine, Tuolumne County, PO 16 miles east of Sonora
Bradford & Way, (Long Barn), lumber dealers
Carter J B & Company, lumber dealers
Daten F B, shake maker
Hale George, (Uniontown) lumber dealer
Northrup Thomas J, postmaster, and hotel

Suisun City, Solano County

Sulphur Greek, Colusa County, PO (see Munchville)
Blanck Martin C, postmaster

Summerville, Klamath County, PO address, Petersburg, 30 miles south east of Orleans Bar
Bennett & Miller, general merchandise

Summerville, Tuolumne County, PO address, Sonora
Baker R, hotel
Carter C H, general merchandise

Summit, Placer County, PO address, Soda Springs, 68 miles north east of Auburn
Cardwell James, hotel, and agent Wells, Fargo & Company

Summit, Plumas County, PO, 55 miles east of Quincy
Berry William F, hotel
Scheeline Simon, postmaster, and general merchandise
Wilson George, blacksmith

Summit Mills, Kern County, PO address, Kernville, 65 miles north east of Bakersfield
Harman M E, lumber manufacturer

Summit Valley, Nevada County, PO address, Soda Springs, 65 miles east of Nevada City
Jones William, hotel
Richardson Bros, lumber dealers

Sunol, Alameda County, PO 30 miles south east of Oakland
Ager Mark, postmaster, and agent Wells, Fargo & Co
Ager & Safford, general merchandise, liquor saloon, and grain warehouse
Argenti A Madame, hotel
Duerr Charles, surveyor
Hadsell & Company, grain warehouse
Hadsell Charles, blacksmith, and wheelwright
Lively Joseph, physician
Owen W, veterinary surgeon
Smith O, boot and shoe maker

Surprise Valley, Modoc County, PO address. Lake City
Weilmunster & Fulcher, brewery

Susanville, Lassen County

Suscol, Napa County, PO 5 miles south of Napa City
Berryman & Schultz, blacksmiths
Thompson Simpson, postmaster
True Elijah, liquor saloon

Sutter County

Sutter Creek, Amador County

Swansea, Inyo County, PO address Cerro Gordo, 26 miles south east of Independence
Dockweiller Christian, hotel
Knupple John, liquor saloon. Lone Pine Road
Owen's Lake Silver Lead Company, smelting works
Zoberline George, general merchandise

Sweet Briar Ranch, Shasta County, PO address Portugee, 60 miles north of Shasta
Pitt P, hotel, and farmer
Root O, hotel, and farmer

Sweetland, Nevada County, PO 15 miles north west of Nevada City
Graham Peter, liquor saloon
Heath Stephen R, blacksmith
Kennedy Noil, teacher
O'Farrell James, hotel
Pallow R B, notary public
Warner William, general merchandise
Wood Benjamin, postmaster
Wood B & J W, agents Wells, Fargo & Company, hotel, and general merchandise


Sycamore, Colusa County, PO 6 miles south of Colusa
Comer John, engineer
Cook F, flour manufacturer
Davis Howell, postmaster, and general merchandise
Dunlap L S, carpenter
Helton W M, hotel proprietor
Lowery Katie M, teacher
Luckonbille John, carpenter
Mills W K, liquor saloon
Nutting D W, carpenter
Parr L J, carpenter
Shoemate Thomas, blacksmith, and wagon maker
Tolson W D, carpenter

Sycamore Creek, Fresno County.
Benson E, general merchandise

Sylvania, Inyo County, PO
Coates Thomas, postmaster

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Source: Pacific Coast Business Directory for 1876-78, Compiled by Henry G. Langley, San Francisco, 1875


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