Pacific Coast Business Directory

State of Oregon - Marshfield, Coos County

Marshfield, Coos County, PO 4½ miles east of Empire City, is a prosperous and growing town, contiguous to the Newport coal mines, with which it is connected by a narrow gauge railroad of three miles in length, the first of the kind operated by locomotive on the Pacific Coast.
Bear John, liquor saloon
Campbell, Alexander, liquor saloon
Catheart S B, surveyor.
Cleaves James R, watch maker and jeweler
Dean E B & Company gen. mdse. and lumber
Dunbar W F, painter
Ferry & Bailey, hotel
Gardiner W C, attorney at law
Golden C B, physician and drugs, stationer. Cigars,
Hacker I, shoe maker
Halo & Ross, butchers
Hill & Siglin, livery stable
Hirschfeld & Company general merchandise
Kenyon John, books, stationery, tobacco, etc
Kerrigan M, hotel
Lobree Abraham, general merchandise, and agent, Wells, Fargo & Co.
Mark & Gibson, furniture manufacturers, and undertakers
Nasburg Andrew, postmaster
Nasburg & Hirst, general merchandise
Norman John, blacksmith, and liquor saloon
Owen T G, attorney at law
Reichart William, brewery
Rogers Amos C, hotel
Sanford C W, liquor saloon
Saunders William, stoves and tinware
Smith ____, furniture
Sprague E W, liquor saloon
Steele D L, physician, and dentist
Webster G, attorney at law
Webster William, shoe maker
Webster & Austin, real estate agents
Werden Bros, general merchandise
Whitney, H P & Company butchers

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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