West Coast Gazetteer & Directory ~ Table Bluff ~ Upper Mattole, California

Table Bluff P O
Humboldt County is situated 12 miles south of Eureka, in one of best agricultural sections of the county. It contains a population of about 150. Stages leave daily for Eureka, and also for Cloverdale, connecting at the latter place with the trains of the San Francisco and North Pacific Coast R. R.

Kinnan & Holland, blacksmiths
Kinnan S, liquor saloon
McNaughton & Phelan, hotel
Otto Joseph, shoemaker
Patrick AB& Co, general merchandise
Patrick F G, postmaster
Quinn Patrick, liquor saloon
Tierney Edward, general merchandise
Western Union Telegraph Co, H Latherow agent

Timber Cove P O
Sonoma County is situated on the coast 4 miles from Timber Cove Landing, in a section possessing a beautiful climate, which, together with its picturesque scenery and good hunting and fishing, make it an inviting summer resort. Stock raising is the principal pursuit carried on. A considerable quantity of tanbark, wood, and posts are shipped from this point to San Francisco. Stages leave daily for Duncan's Mills, connecting with the trains of the North Pacific E. R.

Henry James, postmaster, hotel, and liquor saloon
Peters David, blacksmith
Rouff John, lumber chute and landing proprietor

Tomales P O
Marin County is situated on the line of the North Pacific Coast R. R, 55 miles north of San Francisco, in an excellent agricultural and grazing section. Trains leave daily for San Francisco and intermediate points.

Bank of Tomales
Bonneau T C, barber
Broecker H, liquor saloon
Dutton G W, physician and druggist
Guay John B, livery stable
Haggerty M. hotel
Kahn A, general merchandise
Kowalsky & Co, general merchandise
Mulvaney P, liquor saloon
Murphy E, wagon maker and blacksmith
Plank F A, hotel
Thompson C T, butcher
Thrasher David, blacksmith
Wells, Fargo & Co, A Kahn agent

Trinidad P O
Humboldt County a town of about 300 inhabitants, is situated on the sea-coast, 30 miles north of Eureka. The manufacturing of lumber and shingles are the principal pursuits carried on in this section. A light-house is located on the headland about one mile from town.

Bull John C, Jr, butcher
Childs William, general merchandise and postmaster
Fitch Thomas, blacksmith
Flaherty John, livery stable and stage proprietor
Gastman Henry, carpenter
Hooper F P & J A, general merchandise and manufacturers lumber and shingles
Kiler Jeremiah, lighthouse keeper
McDonough Bros, liquor saloon
Nichols Charles, boarding and lodgings
Paul E Miss, candies, cigars, tobacco, etc
Phillips Robert, liquor saloon
Watkins Warren, proprietor Occidental Hotel
Xiques Frank M, barber

Upper Mattole P O
Humboldt County is situated in Mattole Valley, 15 miles east of Petrolia.

Jamison John, justice of the peace
Roscoe W, postmaster
Western Union Telegraph Co, Benton Dahle agent 

West Coast Gazetteer

Source: Disturnell's Business Directory and Gazetteer, of the West Coast of North America, W. C. Disturnell, Publisher, San Francisco, California, 1882


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