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 Wheatland, Yuba  County California

Wheatland, Yuba County, PO and incorporated town of 500 inhabitants, 13 miles southeast of Marysville, on the line of the California and Oregon Railroad, 39½ miles from Sacramento.

The town was laid out, in 1866, on the high ground north of Bear River, in the midst of a fertile and prosperous agricultural region, and since the completion of the railroad has become a trading center of considerable importance. In the town is an extensive flouring mill, several fine brick buildings, numerous grain warehouses, three churches, a noble public school edifice, a bank, and many handsome dwellings.

One newspaper, the Free Press, is published weekly.

Bevan & Swifts, blacksmiths
Bowne k Baun, blacksmiths
Brandt Charles, bakery
Bray P M, proprietor Central Hotel
Browning C F, liquor saloon
Calmes J, harness and saddlery
Campbell William L, attorney at law, and justice of the peace
Claude Channa, wine and brandy distillery
Coon N L, physician
Cornell John Rev, clergyman (Episc)
Crawford William, barber
Dalby Frank Jr, harness and saddlery
Duane M D, carpenter
Duplex E P, barber
Durst Daniel P, physician
Farmers Bank of Wheatland, C Holland, president, W W Holland, cashier
Fritchet Peter, blacksmith
Hamilton J T, physician
Hamilton Joseph, shoe maker
Hartson Ebenezer, house and sign painter
Hite D T, saddle-tree maker
Hodnett Alfred, shoe maker
Holland Crawford, forwarding, and commission, and insurance agent
Holland William W, insurance, and freight agent
Hollman E W, attorney at law
Inlow Samuel E, hotel, and livery stable
Johnson W S, carpenter
Juno D P, auctioneer, and liquor saloon
Justis Charles, groceries, and meat market
Kirkpatrick C A Mrs, millinery
Landis Benjamin, fancy goods, stationery, and insurance agent
Landis John, postmaster, and insurance agent
Langdon & Little, carpenters, and wind-mill makers
Moody J E, notary public
Parker T B, weaver
Peters Q A, liquor saloon
Petrie James Mrs (widow), hotel
Samuel M & Company, general merchandise, and grain dealers
Savage S L, physician
Scott Matthew A, druggist, and optician
Sheets E W, well borer
Shield Thomas, stoves and tinware
Smith Adam, liquor saloon
Steinman A Ashford, restaurant
Steinman & Betts, brick makers
Stieneman John, livery stable
Stoddard Joel & Brother, flour manufacturers
Thompson Isaac L, wagon maker
Thompson & Findley, liquor saloon
Tifft J W, physician
Tonningsen Nicholas, butcher
Torson Clark & Company, flour manufacturers
Towle Bros, lumber dealers
Tozier Laura Miss, millinery
Trimmer Joseph, liquor saloon
Vance George M, carpenter
Walker S L, wagon maker
Walsh & Larrabee, proprietors Wheatland Free Press
Weaver J A, physician
Woods W B, hotel
Ziegenbein John & Company, general merchandise, grain shippers, and agents Wells, Fargo & Company

California Gazetteer | AHGP California

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


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