Pacific Coast Business Directory

State of Oregon - Canon City, Grant County

Canon City, Grant County, PO and County seat, is a town of considerable importance, on John Day's River, in the midst of a rich mining section, and good agricultural lands in the vicinity. The town lies at the western base of the Blue Mountains, and is connected by a fine stage road with the Columbia, at the Dalles, 180 miles northwest. The surrounding country is rich in placer and gold-bearing quartz veins, which have already yielded some $10,000,000 of the precious metals since the discovery in 1861, and promise, upon proper development, a large supply for an indefinite period. Schools and churches are established and well-maintained, Indicating a good state of society.
Beisen George & Company restaurant
Benham C R, & Company blacksmiths
Chute Daniel, harness and saddlery
Clayton George H Mrs., liquor saloon
Cole H & Company blacksmiths
Currey George B, attorney at law
David Thomas, hotel
Fruden W F, physician
Haguewood John, carpenter
Haguewood & Addis, liquor saloon
Hiatt & Stoner, liquor saloon
Homes & King, cabinet makers
Horsley F C, physician
Horsley & Koy, druggists
Houston G W, carpenter
Hyde T C, attorney at law
Kraus Jacob, barber
Kuhl Peter, blacksmith
Laswell W B, attorney at law
Lorch M, boot and shoe maker
McCullough & Hellman, general merchandise
McNulty Neil, liquor saloon
Messenger & Company general merchandise
Metscham Phil, butcher
Overholt D G, postmaster, and wagon maker
Reynolds Gilbert, attorney at law
Rhinehart, Overholt & Company general merchandise
Saltonstall Dudley, tinsmith
Sols H R, brewery, and general merchandise
Sired Samuel, painter
Turk, E E, varieties
Whitten Benoni, attorney at law
Wood & Church, livery stable 

Pacific Coast Business Directory | Oregon Territory Index

Oregon Directory and Gazetteer

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


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