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REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 




Book no, 



Accession 



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917.94 0121- 



563922 



NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



FORM 3427-5000-8-46 



SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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MAY 2 2 1947 



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San Francisco. 




FIREMAN'S FUND 

Insurance Company. 

ASSETS, JANUARY 1st, 1875, - - $675,000.00 

FIRE AND MARINE RISKSTAKEN. 

Office, S. W. Cor. California and Sansom Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

D. J. Staples, President. Alpheus Bull, Vice-President. George D. Dornin, Secretary. 

FRED. O. FULLER, Agent, Oakland. 

GEO. C. SHREVE & GO. 

DEALERS IIST 

JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE, 
110 Montgomery Siroet, 

SAW FRANCISCO, 

RELIABLE, CONSERVATIVE, PROMPT 
ALAMEDA CO. BRANCH 

INSURANCE CO. OF CALIFORNIA. * 

COR. NINTH AND BROADWAY, OAKLAND. 

CAPITAL, - - $300,000.00 

CASH ASSETS, 571,229 04 

INCOME, 1874, 412,182.07 

8®-DEVOTED TO FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY."®" 



PREMIUMS DEPOSITED AND INVESTED IN ALAMEDA COUNTY. 

<-£=* TIE^TTSTEES. ^=3>-> 

J.A.LEDDEN, A.C.HENRY, JOS. BECHT, R. S. FARRELLY, WM. B. HARDY, 
CHAUNCY TAYLOR, JOS. B. MARLIN. 

H. A. CRAIG, Secretary. R. H. MAGILL, Manager. 

S. O. HOLLAND, City Agent. . IV. W. HASKELL, Traveling Agent. 



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No. 12 MONTGOMERY SI 

OPPOSITE LICK HOUSE. 

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IMPORTERS OF 

WATCHES, DIAMO 

Jewelry and Silverw 

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SAN FRANCISCO. 

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CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



ACADEMIES. 

PAGE 

Golden Gate (Oakland) 81 

Pacific Theological Seminary 
(Oakland) vi 



AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 
MENTS. 

Scoville Ives & Co. (Oakland) 340 

APOTHECARIES. 

Bowman Henry (Oakland) . . 226 
Steele J. G. & Co. (S. F.)...396 

ARCHITECTS. 

Bugbee& Son (S. F.) 

Newsom Bros. (S. F.) xlii 

Stokes William (Oakland). .356 

BANKS— SAVINGS. 

Bank of Savings (Oakland).. 328 
German Savings and Loan 

Society (S. F.) ix 

Hibernia Savings and Loan 

Society (S. F). ix 

Masonic Savings and Loan 

(S. F.) vi 

Savings Union (S. F.) viii 

Union National Gold Bank 

(Oakland) 374 

Union Savings (Oakland). . . 374 

BASKET MAKER. 

Schneider A. James (Oak- 
land) 322 

BILLIARD SALOON. 
Fennessy J. (Oakland) 168 

BLACKSMITHS. 

King & Williams (Oakland).. 306 
Scoville I ves& Co. (Oakland) 340 

Sohst Bros. (Oakland) 340 

Weeks Henry (Oakland) 362 

BOOK BINDERS. 

Hicks D. & Co. (S. F.) x 

Strickland & Co. (Oakland) . line 
register of names 9^179 

BOOKSELLERS. 

Auld & Barf red (Oakland). . 84 

Hardy W. B. (Oakland) 200 

Keller H. & Co. (Oakland) . . x 



PAGE 

Moore A. P. (Oakland) 274 

Moore H. H. & Co. (S. F.). . vii 

Strickland & Co. (Oakland) 

line register of names 9-479 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Senram F. & Co. (Oakland) 

back cover 
Stuart D. (Oakland) 356 

BRICK MAKERS. 
Remillard & Bros. (Oakland) xi 

CARPET BEATER. 
Robinson A. (Oakland) 322 

CARPETS. 
Taylor Chas L. (Oakland). ..362 

CARRIAGE MAKERS. 

Allen M. W. (Oakland) 84 

King & Williams (Oakland).. 306 
Smith J. N. O. (Oakland). . .xiii 

Sohst Bros. (Oakland) 340 

Weeks Henry (Oakland) 362 

CEMENT PIPE. 
Padey Martin (S. F.) xvi 

CHIMNEY STACKS. 
BrowellJ. (S. F.) 481 

CLOAKS AND FURS. 
Slate W. (Oakland) 362 

CLOTHING. 

Sherman Wm. & Co. (S. F.) 
register of names 344 and 345 

COFFEE AND SPICES. 

Ghirardelli & Petar (Oak- 
land) 256 

COLLEGES. 

Heald's Business (S. F.) 

register of names 209 

CONTRACTORS. 
Remillard & Bros. (Oakland) xi 

CORDAGE. 

Pacific Cordage Co. (S. F.).. v 



DIAMOND SETTERS. 

PAGE 

Braverman & Levy (S. F.). . 

front cover 

Laird D. W. (S. F.). .front cover 

ShreveG. C. & Co. (S. F.).. ii 

front and back covers 

DOORS, SASH, ETC. 

Barnes & Taylor (Oakland).. 84 
Blethen & Terry (Oakland).. 236 
Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
(Oakland) back cover 

DRAIN PIPE. 

Brannan Daniel (Oakland)., xii 
Padey Martin (S. F.) xvi 

DRUGGISTS. 

Bowman Henry (Oakland). .226 
Steele J. G. & Co. (S. F.).. . .396 

DYER. 
Patzer L. (Oakland) 256 

EXPRESSES. 

People's (Oakland and S. F.).483 
Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F.). . iv 

FLOUR DEALERS. 

Babcock & Gould (Oakland) 84 
Hunt & Wharton (Oakland) 236 
Landon & Co. (Oakland). line 
reg. of names, pages 9-479 

Samm Jacob (Oakland) 334 

Sarpy & Barstow (Oakland). -322 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Sternitzky & Neumann (Oak- 
land) 356 

GAS COMPANY. 

Oakland Gas Light Co. (Oak- 
land) 274 

GAS FIXTURES. 

Dalziel Robert (Oakland). . .246 
Day T. (S. F.) front cover 

GLOVE MANUFACTORY. 

Spaulding & Robbins (Oak- 
land) xi 

GROCERIES. 
Raffo Bros. (Oakland) 316 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



HAIR JEWELRY. 

PAGE 

Buehren Augustus H. (Oak- 
land) 116 

HARNESS AND SADDLERY. 
Lentell James (Oakland) — 306 

HARDWARE. 
Brown G. S. & Co. (Oakland) 266 

HATS AND CAPS. 
Brink M. (Oakland) 116 

HAY AND GRAIN. 

Hunt & Wharton (Oakland) 236 

Landon & Co. (Oakland) 

line register of names 9-479 
Sarpy & Barstow (Oakland) 322 

HOTELS. 

Eureka Hotel (Oakland). . . .168 

Grand Central Hotel (Oak- 
land) iii 

Piedmont White Sulphur 
Springs (Oakland) 256 

Tubbs' Hotel (Oakland) 

line register of names 9-479 

ICE CREAM MANUFACT- 
URER. 

Gordon J. S. G. (Oakland). . 
line register of names 10-480 

ICE DEALER. 

Gordon J. S. G. (Oakland). . 
line register of names 10-480 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Magill R. H. (S. F.).. front cover 
Woodward E. W. (Oakland) 
line register of names 10-480 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. 

(S. F.) front cover 

Hamburg Bremen Fire Ins. 

Co. (S. F.) 

Home Ins. Co. (S. F.) 

front cover 
Swiss Lloyd Marine Ins. Co. 

(S. F.) SO 

JEWELERS. 

Braverman & Levy (S. F.). . 

front cover 
Laird D. W. (S. F.). .front cover 
Shreve George C. & Co. 

(S. F. ) ii and front and 

back covers 
LAND COMPANY. 
Central Land Co. (Oakland). 218 

LIVERY STABLES. 
Carter & Olin (Oakland) 312 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Oakland Point Planing Mills 

(Oakland) 

Taylor & Co. (Oakland) 340 



MACHINISTS. 

PAGE 

Scoville Ives & Co. (Oak- 
land) 340 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Alameda Encinal (Alameda) 456 

News (Oakland) 88 

Transcript (Oakland) 106 

NOTARY PUBLIC. 
Smith G. E. (Oakland) 266 

OPTICIANS. 

Houseworth Thomas & Co. 

(S. F.) ii and back cover 

Wilson W. (Oakland) back cover 

PAINTER. 
How J. E. (Oakland) 236 

PATENT SOLICITOR. 
Redstone J. H. (Oakland)... 322 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Houseworth Thomas & Co. 

(S. F.) ii and back cover 

Ingersoll W. B. (Oakland). .278 

PIANOS, ETC. 

Strickland & Co. (Oakland) 
line register of names, 9-479 

PICTURE FRAMES. 
Lutz & Berg (Oakland) xiii 

PLANING MILLS. 

Blethen & Terry (Oakland).. 236 
Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

(Oakland) back cover 

Oakland Point Planing Mills 

(Oakland) xii 

PLUMBERS AND GASFIT 
TERS. 

Day T. (S. F.) front cover 

Kirk O. C. (Oakland) 306 

McGi vney James (Oakland) . 274 

POTTERY. 
Brannan Daniel (Oakland)., xii 
Browell J. (S. F.) 4 

PRINTERS. 
Francis & Valentine (S. F.)..482 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Dam & Myers (Oakland) 312 

Kelly & Co. (Oakland), .line 

register of names 10-480 

Milbury S. (Oakland) 290 

Rowell William K. (Oak- 
land) 290 

Smith G. E. (Oakland) 266 

Woodward E. W. &Co. (Oak- 
land) line register of 

names, 10-480 

ROOF PAINT. 
Posey T. R. &Co. (Oakland) 312 



ROPE MANUFACTORY. 

PAGE 

Pacific Cordage Co. (S. F.)... v 

SODA MANUFACTURER. 
Gordon J. S. G. , Agent (Oak- 
land) line register of 

names 10-480 

SQUIRREL POISON. 

Steele J. G. &Co.(S. F.) xi 

and back cover 
STAIR BUILDER. 
Blair G. M. (Oakland) 226 

STATIONERS. 
Auld & Barfred (Oakland). . 84 
Hardy W. B. (Oakland). . . .200 
Mathews H. E. & Co. (S. F.). . 80 

Moore A. P. (Oakland) 274 

Strickland &C'o. (Oakland)., 
line register of names 9-479 

STENCIL CUTTER. 
Trueworthy F. M. (S. F.). . .334 

STOVES, ETC. 

Dalziel James (Oakland) 246 

De La Montanya M. (Oak- 
land) vi 

TAILORS. 

Francis Samuel (Oakland). .278 
Healy M. J. (Oakland) 200 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Beaudry & McAvoy (Oakl'd) . 100 

WATCHMAKERS AND JEW- 
ELERS. 
Braverman & Levy (S. F.). . 

front cover 
Buehren Augustus H. (Oak- 
land) 116 

Laird D. W. (S. F.). .front cover 
Shreve Geo C. & Co. (S. F.).. ii 
front and back covers 
Wilson W. (Oakland) back cover 

WATER PIPE. 
Brannan Daniel (Oakland)., xii 

Browell J. (S. F.) 481 

North Beach Drain andWater 
Pipe Co. (S.F.).reg.names,xvi 

WIND MILLS. 
Southwick A. H. (Oakland).. 298 
and 350 
Tustin W. I. (S. F.) . . xt- and xv 

WINES AND LIQUORS. 
Bocqueraz P. (Oakland). ...226 

Fennessy J. (Oakland) 168 

Gaudin J. (Oakland) 168 

Ghirardelli & Petar (Oak- 
land) 256 

Kihlmeyer Louis (Oakland). 306 
Raffo Bros. (Oakland) 316 

WOOD AND COAL. 
Chappellet & Miner (Oak- 
land) 218 

Duffy & O'Neil (Oakland). . . 100 
Purrington & Ough (Oak- 
land) 316 



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GENERAL REVIEW 



SEPTEMBER, i875, 




PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 

The City of Oakland was incor- 
porated by an Act of the Legisla- 
ture, passed March 25, 1854. For 
two years previous to that date the 
place had been under a town gov- 
ernment, Avhich had conveyed to 
an old resident the entire water 
front, in consideration of the 
building of a wharf and a school 
house. The extensive flats making 
out from the western side of the 
city prevented the building of a 
city here in 1849, for it was better 
to locate where deep water came 
close to the shore. There was no 
time to build long piers or to re- 
move obstacles to navigation. It is 
true that the labor of cutting down 
sand hills and of reclaiming swamps on the western shore of the bay has 
been much greater than would have been the work of connecting the 
Oakland shore with deep water, but in the hurry and confusion incident 
to the settlement of California, it was necessary to chose the locality that 
was most immediately available ; the slower labor of development was 
left to another generation. 

Twenty years ago Oakland was a most beautiful place, its carpeting of 
wild flowers, and its quiet, majestic groves, rivaling the attractions that 
have siibsequently been created by the hand of man. 

The establishment of the College School in 1853, by the late President 
Durantj may have seemed unimportant at that time, but its subsequent 
history has been interwoven with the history of the city, and has been a 
power in promoting its progress. The presence and success of that insti- 
tution, the establishment of the College of California as one of the re- 
sults, indirectly caused the building up of other private educational insti- 
tutions, and Oakland became the recognized educational center of the 
Pacific Coast long before coming into prominence from other causes. 
These schools attracted visitors, and Oakland had a permanent population 
of more than four thousand persons many years prior to those speculative 
movements in real estate consequent upon the close of the war and the 
immense immigration to this State. The College of California has a new 



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and higher life as the University of California, the peer of any university 
on the American Continent. The fame of our earlier private educational 
institution has been eclipsed by a system of public schools, in which 
can be taught the four thousand six hundred and fifty-nine children who 
are entitled to admission. Now, as it was twenty years ago, population 
is setting towards Oakland, because of the faculties for the education of 
the young. 

Some twelve years ago communication with San Francisco by the Creek 
route had become so luicertain that a corporation was formed for build- 
ing a pier into the bay, from the western part of the city, to be connected 
with the central portion by rail. This work having been done, the growth 
of the city was vastly accelerated, and people whose business was in San 
Francisco began to take up residences in Oakland on account of its many 
attractions, and its accessibility. The city soon seemed to have been im- 
bued with a new life. Streets were opened and improved, an effective 
fire department organized, a City Hall erected at a cost of $100,000, and 
public school houses built, which were as ornamental to the city as they 
were useful for their intended purposes. 

In 1867 there was a general discussion throughout the State about the 
location of the terminus of the Central Pacific. The representative men of 
Oakland were wide awake and vigilant. The water front surrounding the 
city wa3 held by H. W. Carpentier, under the grant made by the town au- 
thorities in 1852, and though there had been so many years of litigation to 
regain it, there was no prospect of a termination. The Hon. John B. Felton 
was retained by the city and a compromise was finally agreed upon, the 
impelling motive being the necessity of offering some of the property to the 
Western Pacific Railroad Company as an inducement to locate its terminus 
in Oakland. The reservations to the city were the portion of the property 
now occupied by the City Wharf, and the water park, known as Lake Mer- 
ritt. There were small reservations to Mr. Adams and Mr. Carpentier, and 
the remainder of this vast property was conveyed to the Oakland Water 
Front Company, composed of Adams, Carpentier, Stanford, and other direc- 
tors of the Western Pacific. The water front property, now held by the 
Central Pacific is under title derived from the Water Front Company, and 
those donations were the inducement for locating the terminus of the 
overland railroad in the City of Oakland. The water front comprises the 
overflowed land between ordinary high water mark and ships' channel ; 
but the marsh lands on each side of the San Antonio Creek were claimed 
as pari of this property, and the question of title was pending in the 
Supreme Court of the United States, a year and a half ago, but there 
has been a compromise between the parties interested. A strip of the 
marsh land bordering on the creek and three hundred feet in width, was 
relinquished to the Water Front Company, and the title to the remainder 
was confirmed to private individuals. It is claimed that if the water front 
had not been retained until 1868 by one person, the city could not have 
been in a position to offer a sufficient inducement to secure the location of 
the terminus. It has not been the policy of the new owners of the property 
to dispose of it in sub-divisions for the general purposes of trade and 
commerce, and it may be that this will be equally advantageous in the 
future. Railroad improvements, far beyond what were required by the 
stipulation, have been made, and ever since November 8th, 1869, the ter- 
minus of the trans-continental railroad has been in Oakland. The ferry 
service has since been under the control of the Central Pacific, and has 
expanded so as to meet the wants of the thousands who daily travel be- 
tween this city and San Francisco. Three trains of cars and two elegant 
steamers make forty-eight trips per day, carrying an average number of 
nine thousand six hunched passengers, or three million five hundred and 
four thousand per annum. At this time preparations are in progress to 



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PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 11 

still further improve the service and to give greater facilities for the ship- 
ment of freight by way of the creek. The steamer Capital, for many 
years on the Sacramento River route, is undergoing a remodeling, and 
will be placed on the creek for freight and for passengers. 

A few leading facts will demonstrate the rapidity with which the city 
is advancing. House building is going on at the rate of one thousand 
per annum, for which are expended the sum of two and a half million dol- 
lars. In 1855 the number of children was one thousand two hundred and 
fifty-eight, now it is seven thousand two hundred and thirty-one. The 
territorial expansion of the city has helped to increase the figures, but 
the present total is what claims attention. Its religious societies have 
found it necessary to provide increased accommodations for their members, 
and some are budding new and costly edifices, while others are contem- 
plating like improvements. Property that but a few years ago was use- 
ful only for farm purposes, is now thickly covered with buildings, and 
the city is increasing in size as rapidly as it can with the aid of a thou- 
sand skilled mechanics and a still greater number of laborers. 

By an Act of the last Legislature, the county buildings were located on 
one of the plazas fronting on Broadway, between Fourth and Fifth streets. 
The Supervisors selected the square on the west side of the street, and 
have erected a Court House and County Jail, which have been occupied 
about three months. The county was authorized to issue bonds to the 
amount of $200,000 for building purposes. The cost of the improve- 
ments has been in excess of that sum ; this difference coming from the 
general funds at the disposal of the Supervisors. The Court House is 
two stories in hight, and has a roomy basement. The extreme dimen- 
sions of the main edifice are one hundred and thirty by one hundred and 
forty-five feet, and in the rear there is a two story wing, forty by eighty 
feet ; the lower story being the Hall of Records, and the upper story the 
room for the meetings of the Supervisors. The hight of the ceiling in 
the first story is sixteen feet. The hall is twenty-eight feet wide ; on the 
north side is the office of the County Clerk, thirty by forty-four feet, and 
on the south side is the office of* the Treasurer, of the same dimensions. 
On the west side are the offices of the Sheriff, Auditor, Superintendent of 
Schools, County Surveyor, and Assessor. On the second floor are two 
court rooms, one for the County Court and the other for the District 
Court. They are similar in all respects, each being fifty-two by sixty feet 
in size. The ceilings are twenty-four feet high. In the rear are suitable 
apartments for the judges and the jurors. In the finishing and furnish- 
ing of the building the Supervisors have shown good taste and great liber- 
ality. The desks, counters, and book-cases are of black walnut and Span- 
ish cedar ; the upholstering is of the finest style, and nothing has been 
omitted which would tend to make the building worthy of the second 
county in the State. The building is heated by twenty-five steam regis- 
ters, supplied by a boiler in the basement. There are four fire-proof 
vaults and a burglar-proof vault for the use of the Treasurer. There is 
an abundance of water in every part of the building. The structure is 
surmounted by a dome, the top of which is one hundred and eighty-five 
feet from the ground. The view to be obtained from that point is com- 
prehensive and grand. J. J. Newsom was the architect, and G. W. Bab- 
cock the builder. The total cost of the Court House is $195,380.86, the 
builder's contract having been for $148,550, and the remainder for fix- 
tures and incidentals. 

The County Jail is on the same square, and fronts on Washington Street; 
it cost $43,800.78. Most of the material was from the jail that had been 
erected in East Oakland, prior to the change of location, at a cost of some 
$40,000. It is a commodious structure, having all the appliances usual 
in the best appointed prisons. While it is thoroughly secure, close atten- 



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tion has been paid to light and ventilation ; and the building is large 
enough to answer the desired purposes for many years to come, assuming 
that the growth of the county is to remain undiminished. The design 
is such that additions can be made without injury to the appearance and 
projwrtions of the building. 

The wharf, built and owned by the city, on the lines of Webster and 
Franklin streets, was completed three years ago. During its first year 
the receipts were $3,277.31 ; during its second, $4,008.02, and during its 
third, $6,507.43; a fair return on an investment of $20,000, even if we 
leave out of view the public policy of affording wharf facilities for local 
commerce. The increase in the amount of revenue seems to accord with 
the general growth of the city. 

All statistics that are gathered, all facts that are brought to notice, show 
that for the last two years the advancement of the city has been uniform 
but very rapid. It is also observed that the number of business places 
does not increase in the same ratio. The vast majority of all who be- 
come residents of Oakland, do so with the desire to make it their home, 
looking elsewhere for business. But the merchants who are in business 
in Oakland are prosperous and thrifty. There may not be room for com- 
petition with them, but there are apparently new fields of enterprise wait- 
ing to be filled. The prospects for the future are nattering in the extreme. 
All the information we have collected shows that in the past the city has 
been advancing as rapidly as would be normal and healthy, and that it 
can be retarded only by some calamity that would equally affect the whole 
State. There are soon to be considered new elements which will change 
the character of the city from a vast aggregation of homes, to a self-sustain- 
ing commercial port. 

The improvement of the San Antonio Creek, so that large ships can be 
brought within a convenient distance of the mainland, has been advocated 
by those who were fully conscious of the great advantages Oakland has on 
account of her location on the eastern shore of the bay, being naturally 
the center of the railroad system of the pacific Coast. The forty-second 
Congress directed an examination of the San Antonio Creek, with a view 
to its improvement. The Board of Pacific Coast Engineers, consisting of 
Major G. H. Mendell, Col. C. S. Stewart, and Col. Alexander, submitted 
their report in March, 1874. They made a thorough examination, and 
reported favorably. They ascertained that the tide rises a little higher 
and falls a little lower in San Leandro Bay than it does in San Antonio 
Estuary, the difference in range being four tenths of a foot. The times 
of high and low water are also earlier in San Leandro Bay, by about one 
hour. The San Antonio Estuary is supposed to be filling up on account 
of the smallness of the tidal basins which supply water for the stream in 
the channel. But with the present tidal area, the channel is twenty-two 
feet deep at Hibbard's, or the old Alameda Wharf, and that the depth 
elsewhere ranges from fourteen to eighteen feet, at low water. At the 
mouth of the Estuary, where the water is distributed over a large area, 
a bar exists, on which there are about two feet of water. Hence the con- 
clusion that if this channel were sufficiently contracted its depth would 
become greater, on account of the power exerted by the ebb tides. In 
this case the great scouring effect of the ebb tides is specially due to the 
tidal peculiarities of the bay. The first practical step is to contract the 
water way over the bay, to be done by two parallel training walls of stone, 
to extend from the mainland to the deep water of the bay. To afford the 
necessary room for navigation they are to be one thousand feet apart. It 
is the opinion of the engineers that in one or two years these walls would 
of themselves wash out a channel between them some twelve or fourteen 
feet deep at low water. The natural tidal basin at the head of the estu- 
ary is to be deepened, so that there will be two feet of water at low tide, 



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PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 13 

and it can be still further improved so as to accommodate shipping. But 
this basin is not large enough to open and maintain a wide and deep chan- 
nel between the training walls. Rather than incur this annual cost of 
dredging that would be necessary, a plan, almost provided by nature, has 
been adopted. It is proposed to double the amount of water flowing 
through the creek by connecting it by a canal with San Leandro Bay. A 
dam across the mouth of the bay will be necessary. The current will 
then be doubled in velocity, and it is estimated that the depth of water in 
the channel will be maintained at eighteen or twenty feet at low tide. 
The order in which the several parts of the work are to be done is as 
follows : first, the training walls ; second, the canal to connect with San 
Leandro Bay ; third, the dam at the mouth of the San Leandro Bay, and 
foiu-th, the excavation of the tidal basin at the head of San Antonio Creek, 
The estimated cost of the whole work is $1,736,985.20. When the work 
is completed Oakland will have a land-locked harbor capable of accom- 
modating forty large ships at the same time, with room for as many more 
at anchor, and room for as many ferry slips as may be required. The 
engineers recommended an immediate appropriation to begin the work, 
asserting that the trade and travel between Oakland and San Francisco 
would be put on a better basis, the present long wharf being a temporary 
one. The two draw bridges between Oakland and Alameda must be re- 
moved when the harbor has an active commerce. 

At the first session of the forty-third Congress an appropriation of 
$100,000 was made for this work, and a similar appropriation was made at 
the last session. In the Fall of 1874 the work of constructing the training 
walls was commenced, and the northerly one, of loose rock from Goat 
Island, is nearly completed. Pending the application for Federal aid a 
small amount of dredging was done at the expense of the city, and at the 
present tune the channel is sufficiently deep to allow the passage of ferry 
boats at all stages of the tide. These improvements give confidence to 
the belief that Oakland will become a commercial city, that the vast grain 
trade of the interior will result, to her benefit, and that her merchants 
will prosper by the newly created business. The natural advantages aris- 
ing from the position of the city are -certain to cause prosperity, and its 
coming will be hastened by the labors of its people. An examination of 
any railroad map of the State shows that this is the center of the entire 
railroad system, that this must of necessity be the terminus of the North- 
ern, Central, and Southern Pacific railroads. These considerations in- 
spire faith in the great future before us, they are inducements for the 
investment of capital, and cause Oakland real estate to hold a firm pos- 
ition, and show greater stability in the market than the real property in 
any other place in California. 

The city assessment rolls, from the fiscal year 1863-4 to date, have been 
as follows : 

AMOUNT OF 
YEAE. ASSESSMENT. 

1863-64 $ 794,121 

1864-55 970,125 

1865-66 1,107,949 

1866-67 1,434,800 

1867-68 1,832,428 

1868-69 3,363,478 

1869-70 4,256,702 

1870-71 4,563,737 

1871-72 5,215,704 

1872-73 6,647,039 

1873-74 18,539,303 

1874-75 19,867,162 



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Until the year 1873 the assessment has been announced to have 
been one third of the actual value of the property, but the custom has 
been changed, and property is now cited for what is deemed its market 
value ; the rate of taxation is ninety cents on the one hundred dollars. 

The city wharf was completed in August, 1872, and its first year's 
business amounted to $3,283.67. Charges had been fixed so as to pro- 
duce revenue enough to pay the interest on its cost and running expenses. 
It has done little more than this during the first year, and the amount of 
business has so greatly increased that at the end of the second year there 
was a considerable sinking fund to redeem some of the bonds issued to 
raise funds for its construction. The freight landed on this wharf during 
the year ending July 31, 1875, amounted to 43,422 tons ; 5,524,000 bricks, 
3,695,000 feet of lumber, 4,205 cords of wood, 1,765 tons of produce; 
gross earnings, $6,526.63; number of vessels, 822. 



LAND TITLES. 

ABSTRACT OF THE ORIGIN OF THE TITLE TO THE LAND ON WHICH THE 
CITY OF OAKLAND IS SITUATED. 

During the first few years after the settlement of the city, it was the pop- 
ular belief that the Squatter Title was valid, and most of the property was 
purchased from those who had originally taken possession. After the 
amount of litigation that is usually required to establish the legality of a 
Mexican grant, the Peralta title obtained recognition, and has withstood 
every attack subsequently made upon it. We append the outlines of an 
abstract of title to any city lot : 

1. Grant from the Mexican Government to Luis Maria Peralta, of the 
Rancho San Antonio, embracing the lands upon which the City of Oakland 
is located. Dated October 18, 1822. 

2. In 1842, Luis Maria Peralta made a division of the Rancho San 
Antonio among his four sons, Ignacio, Antonio, Domingo, and Vicente, 
and put them in possession of their respective portions. Vicente Peralta 
received that portion on which the'City of Oakland is situated. 

3. In 1851, Luis Maria Peralta executed an instrument purporting to 
be a will, wherein he ratified and confirmed the division of the Rancho 
San Antonio among his four sons, which instrument, the Supreme Court 
of California says, estops the heirs of Luis Maria Peralta from denying 
said gift to his sons. [See 17 Cal. Reps., Adams v. Lansing.] The 
invalidity of title derived from the other heirs than the sons of Luis 
Maria Peralta is also declared by the United States Supreme Court, in a 
case growing out of the Pretermitted Heir Title, decided in the early 
part of this year (1872) and not yet reported. 

4. In 1854, the Board of Land Commissioners confirmed the northern 
portion of the rancho, embracing the City of Oakland, to Vicente and 
Domingo Peralta ; and the same was afterwards, in 1855, confirmed by 
the United States District Court, and still later, at the December term 
in 1856, by the Supreme Court of the United States. (See 17 Howard.) 

5. Ignacio, Antonio, and Domingo Peralta, to Vicente Peralta, 
release and deed all of their interest in and to that portion of the Rancho 
embracing the City of Oakland. Dated November 28, 1853. Recorded 
in Liber 8, of Deeds, Recorder's office, Alameda County. 

6. Vicente Peralta to John Clar, (1-6); B. De La Barra, (1-12); 
Jos. K. Irving, (J); Jacob A. Cost, (|); John C. Hayes and John Caper- 
ton, (|). Deed dated March 13th, 1852. Recorded in Contra Costa 
County, in which Oakland was at that date situated. 

7. John Clar to J. K. Irving, deed of his interest, February 7th, 
1852. Recorded in Contra Costa County. 



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8. B. De La Barra, (1-12) deed to J. K. Irving, J. M. Goggin and 
William Claude Jones ; William Claude Jones to Eugene Casserly ; J. 
M. Goggin and Eugene Casserly to J. K. Irving, Hayes, Caperton, and 
heirs of Cost, deceased. 

9. J. K. Irving, party of the first ; John C. Hayes and John Caper- 
ton, parties of the second part ; Anna R. Poole, Catherine S. Lyons and 
her husband, Joseph Lyons ; Serena S. Young, and her husband, Alex- 
ander H. Young (heirs of Cost, deceased), "by William Poole, their 
attorney," execute a partition deed, duly proven, certified to, and recorded 
in Alameda County. 

10. Power of attorney from Anna R. Poole et al., heirs of Cost, to 
Wm. J. Poole, June 14, 1853. 

11. Power of attorney to Montgomery Blair, from same parties 
(except Serena S. Young, who was deceased, and left minor heirs, for 
whom Alexander H. Young signed as guardian), February 2, 1854. 

12. Proceedings in Probate Court in the same year, by which inter- 
est the minor heirs of Serena S. Young became vested in Alex. H. Young. 

13. Another partition deed to correct errors in description of lands 
not blocked off in former deed, reciting and approving the former ; the 
same in all other respects, between the same parties (except in place of 
Serena S. Young, deceased, was Alexander H. Young, "by M. Blair, 
their attorney in fact"). Dated May 1, 1854. 

14. Deed from Anna R. Poole to John C. Hayes, ratifying and con- 
firming the former deed of partition, and confirming the acts of Blair 
and Black as agents, September 1, 1858. 

15. Similar deed to Hayes et al. , from Jos. Lyons and wife, Novem- 
ber 10, 1858. 

16. Similar deed to Hayes et al. , from Alex. H. Young, March 27, 1860. 
Subsequent to the chain of conveyances traced, the title is vested in 

numerous owners, there being no other general claims. All the techni- 
calities and defects which ingenuity can discover have been brought to 
notice. The numerous adverse titles had for years hung over property- 
holders like an incubus, and in the early part of the year 1869 the people 
began an organized movement to defeat them. The position of affairs 
was somewhat critical. The city was rapidly growing, and to allow the 
idea to go abroad that titles were insecure would check the progress of 
the city and cause incalculable mischief. Sound business policy over- 
came the desire to make a bitter fight, however, and the holders of the 
claims were induced to dispose of them at rates that were trivial. The 
specific claims were the Pretermitted Heirs' Title, the Sisters' Title, the 
Irving Title, and the Cost Title, and these comprised all general titles 
asserted by anybody to land within the City of Oakland. These titles 
were, by their several owners, conveyed to Henry Hillebrand, the City 
Clerk, who acted as a Trustee, and by him conveyance was made to the 
several property holders. Nearly all the land in the city is now held by 
a perfect title, the Hillebrand deed removing all the clouds. These 
titles, except the Cost Title, stdl cloud property outside of the old charter 
line. The principal ones, the Sisters and the Pretermitted Heirs', are 
virtually defeated, and the property-holders, to save trouble and annoy- 
ance, have quite generally purchased the other claims. 

The Kate Hayes Title covers that portion of Oakland township outside 
of the Encinal Line, as laid down on our map. The Supreme Court 
of the State has sustained a decision rendered by E. W. McKinstry, 
Judge of the Twelfth District Court, granting a new trial on the motion 
made by the defendants (the property holders). That decision was fatal 
to the claim, which, in itself, was but for a trifling interest. A new trial 
has not yet been had, and the result is regarded as a foregone conclusion, 
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WATER AND GAS. 

About one half of the population of Oakland use water obtained from 
the Contra Costa Water Company, and the remainder procure it from 
wells. By digging to a depth of twenty feet a supply of pure fresh water 
can be obtained, but on account of the increased size of the city, and- the 
prevalent fear that well water is becoming contaminated with sewage, 
many persons are abandoning their wells and using the water that is 
obtained from the mountain streams. The Contra Costa Water Company 
commenced operations in the latter part of the year 1866, and since that 
time about twenty-five miles of pipe have been laid. Water is obtained 
from the Temescal Creek; at its eastern branch, five miles from Oakland, 
a canon has been dammed, and an artificial lake six hundred feet wide 
and a quarter of a mile long has been created. The water is seventy feet 
deep hi winter, and the capacity of the reservoir is two hundred million 
gallons. The consumption of water varies from a million to a million and 
a half gallons per day, according to the season. The company has also 
appropriated the water of the Fruit Vale Creek and built a reservoir 
there, with a capacity of one million gallons. In case the mountain 
streams run low, use is made of artesian wells in Brooklyn, the water 
from which is forced by steam power into the mains. 

In view of a constantly increasing population and a rapid growth of 
permanent improvement, with a consequent increased demand, many 
have expressed a fear that the water supply would fad entirely in the 
event of a dry season, and leave the city, in the more densely populated 
localities, where the well water is not fit for use on account of contamin- 
ation by drainage, without water, and the whole at the mercy of the 
flames. Such a fear, it will be seen, is unfounded, for the company, in 
order to meet the increased demand, has acquired the water rights of San 
Leandro Creek to the upper end of the canon two miles above San Leandro. 
At that point a suitable dam is being erected, so as to form a lake of the 
valley above, which will contain, when completed, forty thousand million 
gallons of water, equal to a daily supply of one hundred million gallons, 
a quantity sufficient for the supply of a population of one million. The 
location of this dam is about eight miles from Oakland, and at the present 
time a large body of water has been accumulated, and pipe two feet in 
diameter extended to the city charter line. The company is stdl engaged 
laying this pipe through the city, and it is hoped the supply may be made 
available the latter part of the present year. The completion of this 
enterprise will give Oakland a first class water supply, equal to the best 
hi the United States. 

The purity of the water supplied by the Contra Costa Water Company 
has been tested by the State Assayer, who certifies as follows : I consider 
the water analyzed to be of excellent quality, and well adapted to domes- 
tic use. 

The Oakland Gas Light Company commenced operations January 1, 
1867, since which time its capacity has been largely increased, being now 
equal to a consumption of two hundred thousand cubic feet per twenty- 
four hours. The large extent of ground covered by the City of Oakland 
has imposed upon the company the laying of more mains, to supply its 
widely scattered consumers, than is required by any other city of the 
United States with an equal number of inhabitants. The company is 
constantly advised of all changes in modes of manufacturing and distrib- 
uting, and avail themselves of all the modern improvements which tend 
to improve quality and lessen price. The price charged since March 1, 
1875, is $4.25 per thousand feet. The works are situated on the block 
bounded by Broadway, Washington, First, and Second streets. 



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THE RAILROAD SYSTEM. 

Oakland is the natural center of the railroad system of the Pacific Coast, 
as a mere glance at any railroad map will demonstrate. While it is the 
terminus of all the roads running north and east, including the great over- 
land road, it is also the natural terminus of the roads penetrating the 
southern portion of the State, as Oakland is reached by a natural, easy 
grade, following the broad and level valleys which stretch along the eastern 
side of the bay of San Francisco. It is also the terminus of the Southern 
Pacific Road, which is fast being pushed towards the banks of the Color- 
ado. In fact, every projected railroad enterprise, with few exceptions, 
converges to this point. The several lines of railroad in operation in 
California are either owned or controlled by the Central Pacific Railroad 
Company, whose works must necessarily be concentrated in this city, 
because they further their own interests by so doing. 

The Central Pacific Railroad Company owns seventy acres of land at 
the Oakland Point, used as a site for round houses, work shops, and 
planing mill. At this mill is prepared all the lumber used in the con- 
struction and repairs of bridges on the lines of their several roads. Within 
the past year the company have also excavated a dock and constructed a 
ship yard, connecting it by a channel with deep water. There has been 
constructed at this yard, this year, the largest freight boat ever launched 
on this coast, the Transit, carrying twenty freight cars. Also at this yard, 
the new and magnificent ferry boat, the Oakland, 1,692 tons, was con- 
structed from the old steamer Chrysopolis ; the steamer Capital, from 
which another new ferry boat is to be constructed, is now on the ways, 
being torn to pieces. These two boats will be the most magnificent and 
fastest ferry boats in the world. The Oakland took its place on the first 
of September, and makes the trip from wharf to wharf in seventeen 
minutes. 

The railroad company also own an area of three hundred and fifty 
acres on the water front, extending from the former tract toward Goat 
Island, with a frontage of nearly half a mile on ship channel. The com- 
pany have also purchased considerable real estate at the head of San 
Antonio Creek, and they own a large tract of land a few miles south 
from Brooklyn, from which can be obtained an almost unlimited supply 
of earth for filling in and reclaiming marsh and tide lands. These lands 
are destined to be the future location of extensive works, store houses, 
grain elevators, machine shops, rolling mills, car shops, and other neces- 
sary works of the company, when the Oakland harbor improvements 
shall have been accomplished, and ship and car brought together at the 
Oakland water front. Now, ship and car are brought together at the end 
of the long wharf projecting from Oakland Point, eleven thousand feet 
in length, to deep water. Here the largest ships which plough the ocean 
can load, there being twenty-six and one half feet of water at low tide 
and thirty-three and one half feet at high tide. Here has been erected 
extensive freight buildings, depots, railroad offices, warehouses, and ample 
facilities for storage and shipping of grain and other freight. The struct- 
ure is built in the most firm and enduring manner, and nothing has been 
omitted that engineering and mechanical skill could suggest. The over- 
land train, and the accommodation trains for San Jose, Sacramento, 
Stockton, and Marysville, are run over the track laid through _ First 
Street, and the local trains run over the Seventh Street track. Eighty- 
two passenger and freight trains daily pass over this wharf, and three 
hundred sail vessels loaded and discharged cargo at this wharf during the 
year 1874, carrying away over two hundred thousand tons of grain. The 
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as follows : in 1872, two millions four hundred and fifteen thousand one 
hundred and forty-one ; in 1873, two millions six hundred and twenty-one 
thousand nine hundred and seventy-six ; in 1874, three million two hun- 
dred and thirty-eight thousand two hundred and eighty — increase in one 
year, six hundred and sixteen thousand three hundred and four. Trains 
run from Oakland, connecting with ferry boats for San Francisco, during 
business hours, every half hour, and from Brooklyn and Alameda every 
hour during the day, and up to nearly midnight. The Alameda branch 
was built last year from Harrison and Seventh streets, and crosses San 
Antonio Creek by a substantial bridge, seven hundred and eighty feet in 
length, with a draw of two openings of eighty feet each ; ten trips are 
made daily, each way, and on Sundays twelve. During the past year a 
new depot has been erected at Broadway station at an expense of $58,000 
for the lot and $9,000 for the building. A new double track has been 
laid with Bessemer steel rails, over which the cars run without jolt or 
jar. At the foot of Market Street, San Francisco, new ferry slips have 
been constructed, and better accommodations provided for the traveling 
public. 

The street railroad system of Oakland is very comprehensive, all of the 
streets of present or prospective importance being covered by a franchise. 
The Oakland Railroad Company's franchise covers Broadway from the 
water front to the charter line, and thence by the most direct route to 
Berkeley. The road is five and one half miles long ; fourteen one horse 
cars run regularly every seven and one half minutes, and when occasion 
requires, two two-horse cars and six flats are added ; one hundred and 
nine trips from Seventh Street to Temescal are made daily ; fifty-two 
horses are kept in the company's stable at Temescal. The San Pablo 
branch of the Oakland Railroad Company extends to a point near the 
Oakland Trotting Park, a distance of two miles, on which three cars are 
run regularly every fifteen minutes during the day. 

The Oakland, Brooklyn, and Fruit Vale Railroad runs from the crossing 
of Broadway and Seventh streets, in Oakland, to the corner of East 
Twelfth Street and Thirteenth Avenue, East Oakland, a distance of two 
miles, passing on its route the two largest hotels this side of the bay — 
the Grand Central and Tubbs'. There are owned by the company four 
cars and twenty horses, running forty-one trips daily. The increase of 
travel on this road shows plainly of the rapid growth of Brooklyn or East 
Oakland. 

The Alameda and Piedmont Springs Railroad is now in active operation, 
running two cars, one every half hour, from the foot of Webster Street 
over Webster Street bridge to Alameda. 

The Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad, just opened, runs from the 
Brooklyn depot along Thirteenth Avenue to East Twenty-second Street, 
thence through private properties to the head of Fruit Vale Avenue, a 
distance of two and one half miles ; trips are made every hour. 

The benefits of such improvements are very great, a population is 
drawn to the vicinity of the various lines of travel, and as communication 
between the different parts of the city is made convenient and cheap, its 
growth will be accelerated and the value of real estate in every locality 
will be much enhanced. 



DRIVES AND PLEASURE RESORTS. 

The Bmooth macadamized streets within the limits of the city afford 
many miles of pleasant driving, and if there were no other resort Oakland 
would be unusually attractive. There is a network of well made roads 
throughout the Oakland Valley, centering at Berkeley. The Telegraph 



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and San Pablo avenues are the great drive-ways on the north of the city, 
and from them radiate numerous roads that lead into the hills. There 
are two beautiful drives leading to Piedmont Springs, five miles from 
Oakland, by way of Broadway or Webster streets or out Twelfth Street 
to the Lake Road, with finger boards at all cross roads directing the way. 
From the Piedmont Springs Hotel, which offers every attraction for the 
comfort and enjoyment of its patrons, perhaps the finest and most com- 
plete view of the bay and its surroundings is obtained, while the Bushy 
Dell, hard by, is a ravine filled with a luxuriant growth of shrubbery and 
trees, this is a most delightful and romantic spot with excellent made : cj 
walks running through it. In this dell the sulphur springs are situated, ; H 
of which there are three, flowing eight hundred gallons of water per j x/l 
hour, strongly impregnated with sulphur, magnesia, and iron. They 
have medicinal properties of great value. No place of resort can be more I W 
favorably recommended to the notice of our Eastern visitors, while the j ^ 
city man out of health will find them very conveniently situated. From M 
Piedmont there are good roads running through the mountains, and there [ t" 1 
is a labyrinth of pleasant drives. The mountain scenery is very fine, and 
it is difficult to realize that so great a change can be found in a half hour's 
ride from Oakland. 

The drive-way on the eastern bank of Lake Merritt is also a fashionable 
resort. The system of roads in East Oakland is quite complete, and the g 
visitor can follow any road that he may observe without danger of being 
led into an unpleasant or dangerous locality. ** 

The most important place of public resort, especially on Sundays, is «5« 
Badger's Central Park, East Oakland, where there are highly ornamented 
grounds, a large pavilion for dancing, and all the attractions ordinarily 
found at public gardens. That the excellent roads in and around Oakland 
are appreciated by visitors, is attested by the fact that Oakland has eight 
large livery stables, all of them doing a prosperous business. 

Lake Merritt, a beautiful sheet of water situated on the north side of 
Twelfth Street, east of Oak, is now used at all times for boating and 
yachting; a fine boat house has been erected on Twelfth Street for the 
convenience of those who seek health and pleasure by such exercise. 



BUILDING LMPROYEMENTS. 



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An enumeration of the buildings erected in Oakland during the year 
1874, was made at the close of that year. It was ascertained that the «^ 
number was one thousand and sixty-three, and that the total cost was i-j 
82,422,113, or an average of 82,278.50 for each building. From Janu- i § 
ary 1, 1875, to June 30, 1875, it is estimated that three hundred and fifty 1 p! 
buildings have been erected, of an aggregate value of 81,000,000. In the 2 
list of prominent improvements made during the last six months, or now j o 
in progress, given below, the value is about 8300,000. In addition to 
the school buildings constructed by the School Department, and referred 
to elsewhere, the county has erected a new Court House at an expense of 
8200,000 and a County' Jail which cost 840,000. There has been much 
activity in the building of cottages and small houses, confined to no par- 
ticular part of the city. 

The First Presbyterian Church Society laid the corner stone of an 
imposing and spacious house of worship, on the northeast corner of Four- 
teenth and Franklin streets, on the 25th of April, 1875. The contract 
price for its construction was 852,000 : the entire cost of lot, building, 
organ, and furniture, nearly 877,000. It has two well proportioned 
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interior is circular in form, with the seats slightly raised above each other 
as they recede from the pulpit. It will seat one thousand persons. 

The Society of the First Methodist Church commenced the erection, 
in August, 1875, of a new church edifice on the southeast corner of Four- 
teenth and Clay streets. It is of the perpendicular English Gothic style, 
built of wood, with brick foundation. The front is eighty-four feet, 
embracing the two towers, and the depth is one hundred and four feet ; 
the nave is sixty-two and one half feet wide and ninety-four and one half 
in depth ; the auditorium is sixty-one by seventy-nine feet, exclusive of 
a front gallery, and will comfortably seat eleven hundred people. The 
principal tower is one hundred and eighty-three feet in hight. The con- 
tract price for its construction was $29,470. 

The East Oakland Methodist Episcopal Church Society have erected a 
house of worship on the corner of Seventh Avenue and East Fifteenth 
Street. The lot, building, and furniture cost $5,200. The building is a 
pleasing looking structure, plain in appearance, and unpretending in size 
and architecture, but ample in accommodations for the present require- 
ments of the young society. It was dedicated June 6, 1875. 

Frederick Delger's brick block of fine stores on the west side of Broad- 
way, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets, costing about $18,000, 
comes into the list of handsome building improvements for 1875. 

E. C. Sessions has built a fine two-story residence at the corner of 
Eighth and Market streets, at a cost of $10,000. 

W. B. Hardy has erected a two-story and basement residence at the 
corner of Webster and Durant streets ; value, 8,000. 

J. M. Walker has built on the entire block bounded by Madison, Jack- 
son, Eleventh, and Twelfth streets, one of the largest, handsomest, and 
most substantial residences in the city. The cost of the building alone 
was $40,000. 

A. Erhardt has erected a block of two-story frame buildings on San 
Pablo Avenue, extending from Sixteenth Street almost to Seventeenth. 

J. E. Whitcher has put up a fine residence, two story and basement, 
on the corner of Eighth and Grove streets ; cost, $7,000. 

Capt. P. S. Wilcox has erected a brick warehouse one hundred by one 
hundred and fifty feet, at the corner of First and Jefferson streets, capa- 
ble of storing five thousand tons of wheat. 

The Oakland Planing Mill and the Pioneer Planing Mill, on First 
Street, have both been enlarged, the former by the erection of a brick 
building about fifty by one hundred feet, and the latter by an addition 
of fifty by seventy-five feet, and the enlargement of their main building. 

The brick passenger depot of the Oakland and San Francisco Railroad 
and Ferry Co., at Broadway Station, was finished and opened to the 
public February 26, 1875. It has a frontage of fifty feet by a depth of 
sixty feet, and cost $7,000. 

The Union Bank Building, on the southeast corner of Ninth Street 
and Broadway, has been raised several feet and its basement converted 
into handsome offices, after the metropolitan style. 

Jacob Samm has built a large flour mill, of five run of stone, on the 
northwest corner of Clay and Front streets. The motive power is an 
engine of one hundred horse power. 

George M. Blair has built a new two-story stair manufactory, fifty by 
seventy-five feet, on First Street near Grove. 

The California Bridge and Building Co. have erected, and have now in 
operation, a two-story planing mill forty by fifty feet, on the northwest 
corner of First and Grove streets. 

Brayton Hall, on Twelfth Street, has undergone in the neighborhood 
of $7,000 worth of remodeling by Mr. A. C. Dietz, its owner. 

The Union Hotel, East Oakland, has had a $4,000 addition constructed. 



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Charles Jurgens has erected a spacious two-story and celler brick build- 
ing, the lower story of which is for stores, on the south side of Twelfth 
Street, between Broadway and Franklin ; value, $16,500. 

Walter Blair has built six fine two-story frame residences, at a cost of 
$12,000, on Broadway near Twenty-first Street. 

A $40,000 hotel building, three stories in bight, the first floor consist- 
ing of stores, has been erected by Walter Blair, on the north side of 
Fourteenth Street, between Clay and Washington. 

Besides erecting several fine residences, Dr. Samuel Merritt has re- 
modeled one of the old University buildings into a fine edifice, now 
known as the Central Pacific Hotel, on the northeast corner of Eleventh 
and Webster streets, at a cost of about $9,000. 



LOCAL INDUSTRIES. 

In another place special mention is made of the several manufactories 
in the City of Oakland. Foremost is the establishment for the manufac- 
ture of jute bags. Manufactures are a sure source of wealth to any com- 
munity ; those who have the facilities to create articles of commerce from 
raw material will never be dependent. They create wealth, and there is 
no surer basis for permanent business prosperity. The tanneries, pot- 
teries, and establishments for the making of artificial stone, are all sources 
of revenue that possess a peculiar value ; they draw upon the outside 
world, and a large part of their receipts are disbursed so as to benefit the 
city. The immense plaining mills that are kept running so steadily are 
not second in importance to any in the State. There are peculiar facil- 
ities for the manufacture of woolen goods, iron, glass, and many other 
articles of commerce, which will be more fully developed as the improve- 
ment of the harbor advances. On each side of the San Antonio Creek 
there are miles of frontage, the property being equally accessible by rail 
or by water. This is one of the most important elements in the locating 
of factories. Equal conveniences can be obtained nowhere else in the 
vicinity of the metropolis, and they will be rendered available at the 
earliest possible moment. Then the city will be largely self-supporting, 
and no longer dependent on San Francisco. But without looking for- 
ward to the time when this idea will be realized, looking at things as they 
are, it will be seen that a heavy capital is already invested, that a vast 
amount of work is done, and that hundreds of people are kept in constant 
employment. The works of the Central Pacific Railroad Co., at West 
Oakland, have drawn there a large population of thrifty and intelligent 
persons, who quickly became owners of homesteads, and add to the 
wealth and standing of the city. That company has constructed a marine 
railway, and during the past year has rebuilt the Chrysopolis, a Sacra- 
mento River boat, and transformed her into a ferry boat that is probably 
unequalled in America for its elegance. A freight boat, for the carrying 
of cars, similar to the Thoroughfare, has also been completed. There are 
many localities where the business of building steamers and small vessels 
can be carried on advantageously, and in this direction there seems to be 
a fair opportunity for safe investments. Very many local industries have 
languished on account of the high rates of interest that have heretofore 
prevailed, and when the conditions become more favorable in California, 
Oakland will be the first to feel the benefit. 

The Oakland Plaining Mills were built by Burnham, Standeford 
& Co. , and have been in operation since February, 1869, the firm name 
remaining the same. In addition to their old mill, they have just com- 
pleted and occupied an extensive brick addition, besides purchasing of 



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Mr. W. L. Barnes the premises lately occupied by him on the corner of 
Washington and Second streets, thus securing a frontage on three 
streets. The new addition is a story and a half high, and in superficial 
area fifty by a hundred feet on First Street, at a cost of $3,000. The mills 
contain all the latest improved machinery, thereby enabling the proprie- 
tors to supply everything that may be required in the manufacture of 
doors, sashes, house trimmings, etc. 

The Pacific Lumber and Mill Company is a corporation, having 
its principal place of business at Oakland Point. The capital stock is 
divided into five thousand five hundred shares, all of which have been 
issued $55 per share having been paid in, so that the capital invested 
amounts to $302,500. In addition to the land and buildings at Oakland 
Point, the company own three thousand acres of timber land and a saw- 
mill in San Mateo County ; a flume from this land to Pigeon Point, seven 
miles long, and a wharf and warehouse at the latter named place ; also 
thirty-four hundred acres of timber land and a saw mill in Lake County. 
The company manufacture all kinds of house and mill work, and furnish 
lumber, railroad ties, posts, and cord wood at any point on the coast. 
J. W. Pearson, President and Treasurer. 

Blair's New Stair Factory on the corner of First and Grove streets. 
Its dimensions are seventy-five by one hundred and twenty-five feet, two 
stories high. Mr. Blair commenced business here when the patronage of 
the town did not offer employment for more than half his time ; he now 
employs eighteen men, and not only supplies the local demand but ships 
his stairs to various portions of the State, and has almost exclusively the 
trade of Los Angeles. His portion of the building measures fifty by seventy- 
five feet, a forty horse power engine supplies the power. The California 
Bridge and Building Company have a share in the building, in extent 
fifty by fifty feet, and an altogether independent establishment, although 
for the sake of economy uniting in building with Mr. Blair. 

Samm's Flouring Mill, located on the corner of First and Clay streets. 
This is a frame structure, forty by sixty feet, and two and a half stories 
high, with engine house, forty by forty feet, attached. The buildings 
alone cost $32,000. It is furnished with the most modern and improved 
machinery, has five run of stone, with a capacity of two hundred and fifty 
barrels of flour and fifty tons of ground barley per day. The mill is now 
running, and turning out a superior article of flour which is finding a 
ready demand in the home market. It stands immediately in front of 
Merritt's Wharf and the Central Pacific Railroad track, so that the ship- 
ping facilities are of the most convenient description. 

The Clinton Flouring Mills, located on the corner of East Eleventh 
Street and Twelfth Avenue, East Oakland, were erected in 1854. Weston 
& Welch are the proprietors. The mills contain six run of thirty-inch 
stones, and have a capacity of two hundred and twentj'-five barrels per 
twenty-four hours. The engine by which the machinery is propelled is 
fifty horse-power. The firm manufacture flour, hominy, oat and corn 
meal, etc. 

The Oakland Iron Works, Ives Scoville & Co., proprietors, are 
located on Second Street between Washington and Clay. This firm is 
engaged in the manufacture and repair of different kinds of machinery, 
steam engines, pumps, windmills, etc., and pattern and model making. 
They also manufacture the Climax Side Hill Plow, all steel and wrought 
iron, which they claim excels all others in lightness, strength, and dura- 
bility. 

The San Antonio Pioneer Pottery, Daniel Brannan, proprietor, is 
located on the corner of East Twelfth Street and Seventeenth Avenue, 
East Oakland. This establishment has recently been enlarged to enable 
the proprietor to enter largely into the manufacture of his patent drain 



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and water pipe, now being introduced in the market. In addition to 
this, he manufactures an extensive assortment of pottery of an excellent 
quality ; also terra-cotta, of various designs and patterns, for ornament- 
ing brick buildings. 

California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, James Miller, pro- 
prietor, are located on the corner of East Twelfth Street and Nineteenth 
Avenue, East Oakland. This firm has recently commenced operations, 
and is preparing to enter extensively into the manufacture of terra cotta 
flower pots, etc. The clay used is obtained in the vicinity of the works, 
and is said to be of excellent quality. 

The Manhattan Marble Company of California commenced opera- 
tions January, 1873, at the corner of First and Filbert streets. This com- 
pany is engaged in the manufacture of mantles, tiles, furniture tops, etc. , 
in imitation of the costly European marbles, such as Sienna, Jasper, Mala- 
chite, and Lisbon. The articles manufactured are said to be unequaled 
in durability, beauty, and cheapness. Twelve men are employed, who 
turn out about fifty or sixty mantels a month, besides other work. 

Pacific Jute Manufacturing Company. — East side Second Avenue 
near East Tenth, East Oakland. Capital, $1,000,000. Leopold Calm, 
President ; Philip Susmann, Secretary. Manufactures grain sacks, wool 
sacks, potato sacks, burlaps, and twines, from jute, of which over fifteen 
thousand bales are imported yearly from Calcutta. The capacity of the 
company's works has been increased to one hundred and fifty looms, 
capable of turning out four million sacks per year. To manufacture this 
quantity, employment is given to about five hundred men. This result 
has been reached within four years, the growth of the institution being 
unprecedented in the manufacturing enterprises on this coast. Beyond the 
importation of the raw material, everything is done on the premises — 
spinning, weaving, sewing, hydraulic pressing, etc., and nothing in the 
way of machinery and its operation is wanting to produce bagging materials 
universally acknowledged superior to any imported. This corporation has 
heretofore been known as the Oakland Cotton Mills, which was organized 
August 25, 1865, by W. H. Rector and his three sons. Originally, cotton 
goods were manufactured, but the machinery for that work has been 
sold to make room for the jute working. 

Pacific Cordage Company. — The works of this Company are located 
near Fruit Vale Railroad Station, Alameda County. The main building 
is two stories in hight and one hundred and ninety feet wide by forty-five 
feet long. The rope-walk is twenty-six feet wide by eighteen hundred 
feet long. The machinery used is of the most improved character, with 
a capacity of ten thousand pounds per day of ten hours. Constant em- 
ployment is afforded to nearly one hundred persons. The raw material 
used in this establishment is obtained from Manila and St. Louis, and 
is known as the Manila and Kentucky hemp. The attention of those 
engaged in industrial pursuits is invited to the fact that this company 
could consume annually five hundred tons of the Kentucky hemp, if 
parties could cultivate it on this coast and furnish it even at an advance 
on Eastern prices. 

In order to test the capability of soil and climate for the production 
of hemp, this company, in March, 1874, planted five acres to Kentucky 
hemp, about two and a half bushels to the acre, the result was a yield of 
one thousand pounds to the acre, of strong, soft fibre, equal to the best 
Kentucky grown, and they also found the winter season very favorable 
for the rotting of the hemp, occupying much less time than is required to 
do the same thing in Kentucky. It is understood by hemp growers that 
it can always be produced wherever Indian corn does well. The company 
will furnish samples of the seed gratis to any parties who desire to 
make the experiment. 



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Oakland Glove Factory. — Mrs. Spanieling & Mrs. Robbins, formerly 
of Stockton, have established, recently, at 406 Twelfth Street, a manu- 
factory of gloves. Already, the enterprise affords employment for a 
number of persons and every effort will be made by its proprietresses to 
ensure its success. 

Ribbon Manufactory, corner Market and Twenty-second streets, 
Joseph Green, proprietor. This is the pioneer ribbon factory in the State, 
all kinds of ribbons are made of any width, shade, or color, to suit, and 
entirely from California silk, it has not been so well patronized as it 
deserves, although Mr. Green is endeavoring to satisfy both the trade 
and private custom ; but as the ribbons manufactured are equal to any 
imported they may in time find a ready market, both at home and 
abroad. 

The Brooklyn Tannery, Crist & Rued, proprietors, located on East 
Twelfth Street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second avenues, East 
Oakland, is the largest in Alameda County. Operations were commenced 
in July, 1873. The business consists in the manufacture of sole leather, 
also harness and skirting leather. At present eight men are employed. 
The quantity of leather manufactured is about two thousand sides a month. 

The Oak Grove Tannery, John S. Derby, proprietor. The business 
consists in the manufacture of harness, skirting; and sole leather, the 
principal market for which is San Francisco. Six men find constant 
employment. The quantity of leather manufactured is about two hundred 
and forty sides a week. The tannery is located on the corner of East 
Twelfth and Eighteenth streets. 

The Oakland Tannery, located on the Bay shore, about two miles 
north of the old charter line, is owned by Wm. Watts. The specialty is 
the manufacture of the finer kinds of calf-skin, for boots and shoes, and 
the principal market for which is in San Francisco. 

California Reduction Works, late Brooklyn Metallurgical Works, 
located at East Oakland, A. P. Minear, proprietor. Not in operation. 

Lusk's Manufactory of Preserved Fruit. — These works are located 
on Evoy Avenue, between San Pablo and Telegraph avenues. The 
principal building is one hundred and eighty feet in length, by seventy 
feet in width ; and, in addition, there are several small structures for the 
different departments of the enterprise. Ten thousand cans of preserved 
fruits and vegetables are packed daily, and over one hundred and fifty 
persons are constantly employed. Three hundred and fifty acres of land 
are in cultivation, on which are raised nearly all the vegetables required 
in this establishment. 

Carriage Manufactories. — There are several establishments in Oak- 
land engaged in the manufacture of carriages, buggies, and wagons, and 
a variety of articles connected therewith, the quality of which will favor- 
ably compare with those produced elsewhere. One of the most extensive 
is the Oakland Carriage Factory, M. W. Allen, proprietor, located on the 
corner of Tenth and Franklin streets. The Pioneer Factory of Sohst 
Brothers, corner of Franklin and Eighth streets, is extensively engaged 
in the same fine. The new and commodious building recently erected 
by these gentlemen affords ample facilities for the economical and prompt 
dispatch of the various departments of their business. Northey & 
McGrath, 803 East Twelfth Street, are also engaged in the manufacture 
of carriages, buggies, wagons, and all kinds of agricultural implements. 

In this connection may be mentioned the establishments of King & 
Williams, 414 Eleventh Street ; T. Weymouth, 365 Eleventh ; John O. 
N. Smith, 502 Seventh Street ; Henry Weeks, 314 East Eleventh, rear 
of Washington HaU ; and P. H. McGrew, 1050 and 1064 Thirteenth 
Avenue, where carriage-making, repairing, and general blacksmithing is 
done in a workmanlike manner. 



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Windmills. — A. H. South wick, office 414 Ninth Street, is extensively 
engaged in the manufacture of the Turbine Patent Windmill, a California 
invention. The inventor claims that this is the best self-regulating, 
noiseless windmill in the country, and that, after a series of experiments, 
it is now brought to perfection. 

Taylor & Co.'s Lumber Yard, foot of Washington Street, presents, 
at all times, quite a lively appearance, the immense piles of lumber 
furnish an answer to the natural query as to where the vast supplies 
required to keep so many mills in operation come from. 

Wilcox's Warehouse is immediately west of Samm's Flouring Mill, 
on First Street, a fire proof brick building seventy-five by one hundred 
feet, cost about S5,500, is to be used for storing grain, it has a side track 
for loading and unloading railroad cars. This is the first grain warehouse 
erected in Oakland. 



POPULATION— 1 870-1 875 . 

The Federal Census of 1870 placed the population of the township of 
Oakland at 11,104, divided as follows: native, 6,940; foreign, 4,164; 
or white, 10,142 ; colored, 55 ; Chinese, 906 ; Indian, 1. Of this aggre- 
gate, 10,500 are declared the population of the city, and the remainder, 
600, represent the township outside the Charter Limits. No official 
classification of the sexes and ages has been as yet published, and it is 
therefore impossible to compare the above figures with the returns of the 
school census of 1874 and 1875, and the data collected during the progress 
of the canvass for the present volume. In 1869, the total number of 
children of 15 years and under, according to the school census, was 
2,144; 1870, 2,628; 1871, 2,952; 1872, 3,402; 1873, 5,064; 1874, 6,121; 
1875, 7,231 (or males and females, 5 and under, 2,482 ; over 5, and under 
17, males 2,303, females 2,446). The total population of the city as 
returned by the Census Marshal June, 1873, is 15,387 ; for June, 1875, 
20,691, of which 3,474 are residents of East Oakland. The number of 
names of male adults contained in the Oakland Directory for 1873, is 
4,564; for 1875, 9,184, an increase of over one hundred per cent, in 
two years. 

The following table has been compiled from the above and other relia- 
ble data collected during the progress of the canvass for the present 
volume. Attention is respectfully directed to the figures contained 
therein, and the aggregate derived therefrom : 

Males over 21, names in the present volume 9,184 

Females over 18, estimated 5,700 

Males between 16 and 21, estimated 950 

Males between 5 and 16, inclusive, school census 2,303 

Males 5 and under, school census 1,200 

Females between 17 and 18, estimated 400 

Females between 5 and 16, school census 2,446 

Females under 5, school census 1,282 

Colored, Indians, etc. , of all ages, estimated 125 

Chinese, males and females, estimated 1,050 

Floating names, refused and not obtained in canvass 200 



Total population City of Oakland, August, 1875 24,840 

Population (School Marshal) June, 1873, 15,387 ; increase in two years, 

sixty-two per cent. 

The difference in the above estimate, 24,840, and the returns of the 

Censul Marshal, 20,691, of 4,149, appears to be large, but when the fact 



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is considered that there are in the present volume the names of 9,184 
adult males, and that the returns of the Census Marshal of children of 
all ages under 17, amount to 7,231, an aggregate from these two elements 
alone of 16,405, it will be admitted that our figures are a fair approxima- 
tion to the actual number. Estimating the population on the basis of 
the number of names in the present volume, and assuming that each 
name represents three in the population, it woidd give 27,552 as the 
result, over ten per cent, more than the figures of our table. 

The Sacramento Directory January, 1875, contains 7,000 names, and 
an estimate of the population of the city at 21,000. It will be therefore 
seen that Oakland is now the second city in point of population in the 
State. The Federal Census, 1870, returns the population of Sacramento 
16,298; of Oakland, 11,164. 


CLASSIFICATION OF DEATHS 

OCCURRING IN THE CITY OF OAKLAND FROM JUNE 30, 1873, TO JUNE 30, 1875. 




1873-1. 


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MAZE. 


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CLASS I. — ZYMOTIC DISEASES. 


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Order 1. Diathetic 


2. Tubercular 


CLASS III. — LOCAL DISEASES. 


2. Circulatory system 


3. Respiratory " 


4. Digestive " 




6. Generative " 


7. Locomotory " 




CLASS TV. — DEVELOPMENTAL DISEASES. 

Order 1. Still-born 


2. Children. .". 




4. Age 


5. Nutrition 


CLASS V. — DEATHS BY VIOLENCE. 

Order 1. Accident and negligence 




Unclassified — Unknown. 


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AGES OF DECEDENTS 

FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1875. 

Under 1 year old 55 males ; 42 females 97 

Between land 5 13 " 25 " 3S 

Total under 5 years of age 135 

Between 5 and 10 7 males ; 9 females 16 

Between 10 and 15 4 " 2 " 6 

Between 15 and 20 5 " 5 " 10 

Between 20 and 30 10 " 16 " 26 

Between 30 and 40 13 " 17 " 30 

Between 40 and 50 25 " 12 " 37 

Between 50 and 60 IS " 7 " 25 

Between 60 and 70 7 " 8 " 15 

Between 70 and SO 7 " 7 " 14 

Between SO and 90 — " 2 " 2 

Total 164 males; 152 females 316 

The number of births for the years 1873-4, 411. The number of births 
recorded for the years 1S74-5, is 200 males; 1S9 females; total, 3S9, showing 
a balance of 73 births over the deaths. 

Estimating the population, December 31, 1870, at 10,000; December 31, 
1871, at 11,000; and December 31, 1S72 (including Brooklyn), at 15,000, give 
a mortality of 1 to every 82 of the population for the year 1870-71 ; 1 to every 
102 for 1871-2 ; and 1 to every 71 for 1872-73. The number of births for the 
year 1S71-72 is 179; and for 1872-3, is 292. The returns of 1871-2 show 
that deducting the number of deaths by accident, tubercular diseases, and 
those of children under five years (a large proportion of which generally result 
from negligence or ignorance), would give a yearly mortality of 1 in 216 for 
1S71-72. Epidemic and endemic diseases are of rare occurrence and of mild 
character. 

The census for June, 1S73, was 15,3S7; the estimated census for June, 1S75, 
is 25,000; the rate of mortality for 1S73, was 1 to 62; for 1875, was 1 to 79. 



THE CENTRAL -LAND COMPANY. 

This company is the owner of two hundred and seventy-two building 
lots, well located, and last year began to improve them by erecting good 
houses thereon, and selling house and lot on the monthly instalment plan. 
It has proved a great success. On the tract and in its immediate vicinity, 
at least fifty fine dwellings have been erected, streets graded, city water 
introduced, and in no part of Oakland is there more marked improvement 
than in the locality of the company's tract. The location is a beautiful 
one, between Telegraph and San Pablo avenues, in the city and in the 
immediate neighborhood of McClure's Military Academy, Golden Gate 
Academy, Durant Grammar School, church and store. Horse cars pass 
every seven minutes, and the property is within ten minutes ride of Broad- 
way and Seventh streets. Any style of improvements desired are built 
and sold on the instalment plan, at cash cost of same. The company 
intend to build one hundred and thirty-six nice, two story houses, thus 
improving alternate lots and enhancing the value of intervening lots. The 
company is composed of some of the solid men of Oakland, and their plan 
of operation must prove profitable alike to purchaser and seller. Every 
growing city would do well to have a few such corporations at work. 



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EEAL ESTATE. 

From E. C. Sessions & Co., real estate agents and auctioneers, we obtain 
the following record of transactions in Oakland from January 1, 1S67, to July 
1, 1875, amounting to $21,204,381, as per the following schedule: 

Total sales for 1867 $ 1,685,237 

Total sales for 186§ 2,700,038 

Total sales for 1869 2,518,315 

Total sales for 1870 2,294,534 

Total sales for 1871 2,074,163 

Total sales for 1872 2,459,015 

Total sales for 1873 2,439,595 

Total sales for 1874 3,042,371 

First six months of 1875 1,991,113 

$21,204,381 

The above total represents the amount of all sales effected in Oakland 
from the time it commenced to assume importance and attract general 
attention throughout the State. During the past year and a half, ending 
July 1, 1875, sales have increased nearly fifty per cent., and have been 
mainly to parties intending to improve and occupy the property. These 
facts indicate that the business has been of healthy and legitimate growth. 
The year of 1874 was one of unexampled prosperity for Oakland ; one 
thousand and sixty-three buildings were erected at a cost of $2,422,000, 
and the indications are, that this number will be largely increased during 
the present year. Prices of land are still very low ; choice property for res- 
idence purposes, centrally located, can be obtained within the limits of 
twenty to seventy-five dollars per front foot, outside lands at a propor- 
tionate figure. 

The street railroads have developed and rendered valuable large tracts 
of land, and among the number special attention is directed to the Brook- 
lyn and Fruit Vale Railroad, now in course of construction in East Oak- 
land, and along the route of which are many beautiful building sites noted 
for their commanding views and healthful location. 

The admirable ferry accommodations furnish rapid and frequent transit 
between Oakland and San Francisco, trains running on double tracks at 
half hourly intervals, connecting with large, commodious, and elegantly 
furnished steam ferry boats, carrying passengers on commutation tickets 
for tliree dollars per month, single fare fifteen cents. The average travel 
for 1874 was 9,000 daily. 



METEOROLOGICAL. 

The meteorological observations made in the City of Oakland up to the 
present year have been mainly confined to recording the rainfall, which has 
been as follows : 

1868-9 20 69-100 

1S69-70 19 58-100 

1870-1 12 16-100 

1871-2 32 69-100 

1872-3 16 42-100 

1873-4 26 3-100 

1S74-5 21 67-100 

For the years 1868 to 1872, the above figures were made by Mr. John Eoss, 
and since the latter date by Mr. James Hutchison, of the Bay Nursery. 



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PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Oakland Library. — Northwest corner Fourteenth and Washington 
streets. The Oakland Library Association was organized on the fifth day 
of March, 1868, by a meeting of the citizens of Oakland called for that 
purpose. The first officers (elected April 27, 1868) were : President, 
Samuel Merritt ; Vice-President, W. H. Glascock ; Treasurer, A. C. 
Henry; Recording Secretary, William C. Little; Corresponding Secre- 
tary, George Tait ; Trustees : H. D. Bacon, E. Bigelow, G. W. Armes, 
H. 0. Lee, G. C. Potter, E. C. Sessions, P. S. Wilcox, Joseph Gamble. 
Officers, September 20, 1873 : President, J. Preston Moore ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, E. R. Sill; Secretary, C. W. Kellogg; Treasurer, J. C. Quinn. 

Directors : Mrs. Charles Palmer, Mrs. Prof. Carr, Martin Kellogg, 
Geo. W. Armes, Mrs. W. H. Raymond, Mrs. Geo. Potter, J. McChesney, 
F. W. GiU, W. W. Crane, Jr. 

Officers, 1874-5. — President, J. B. McChesney; Vice-President, C. W. 
Kellogg ; Secretary, F. M. Campbell ; Treasurer, F. W. Gill. 

Directors.— Mrs. E. S. Carr, Miss Nellie Ellis, E. P. Flint, J. K. Mc- 
Lean, Mrs. W. H. Raymond, J. Preston Moore, George W. Armes, J. R. 
Mason, W. W. Crane, Jr. 

Librarian. — Miss Ina D. Coolbrith. 

The rooms of the association were originally located in Broadway Block, 
where they continued until September, 1871, when they were removed 
to a new building erected by the association on the corner of Washington 
and Twelfth streets, here they remained until October 15, 1874, when 
they were removed to the present location. The library was first opened 
to the public on January 1, 1869. 

The library contains over 3,500 volumes, exclusive of serial publications. 
Twenty-two magazines and periodicals, and the leading newspapers of the 
day are regularly received and placed on file for the use of the members 
and their friends. Average number of volumes drawn per month is one 
thousand and seven, of which about sixtj' per cent, are works of fiction. 
Number of members, three hundred and fifty. Annual dues, S6. Rooms 
open from ten o'clock a.m. to nine o'clock p.m. ; closed from one to two 
o'clock p.m. and five to six o'clock p.m. daily. 

Odd Fellows' Library. — Rooms, Odd Fellows' Hall. The Odd Fel- 
lows' Library Association was organized August 12, 1867. 

Officers. — 1875, are : Board of Directors — W. D. Harwood, Geo. E. 
Sherman, S. F. Daniels, elected by the University Lodge ; N. B. Hoyt, 
George W. Lewis, W. T. Bellars, elected by Fountain Lodge ; W. S. 
Dryden, P. E. Davis, E. K. Russell, elected by Oakland Lodge. 

Officers. — President, W. D. Harwood; Vice-President, George E. Sher- 
man ; Secretary, George W. Lewis ; Corresponding Secretary, W. S. Dry- 
den ; Treasurer, P. E. Davis; Librarian, P. J. Ipsen. 

This library contains two thousand five hundred volumes of works, 
well selected from the different departments of modern literature. A 
careful selection of the best periodicals and the leading newspapers of the 
day are regularly received and filed for the use of visitors. Increase of 
library during the past year, four hundred and fifty -four volumes. Num- 
ber of volumes taken out during the same period, seven thousand seven 
hundred and seventy-four. The library rooms are open from two to five 
and from half-past six to half -past eight o'clock p. m. Average monthly 
circulation, six hunched and forty-eight. 

Oakland Reading Room Association, organized 1874. Officers: 
President, L. L. Alexander ; Vice-President, F. S. Page ; Secretary, 
Mrs. L. P. Fisher; Treasurer, W. W. Garthwait. 



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MUNICIPAL OFFICERS— 1854 to 1874. 

March, 1854 (first election under the charter of 1854). — Mayor, 
Horace W. Carpentier ; City Council, Edward Gallagher, A. D. Eames, 
John Kelsey, George M. Blake, W. C. Josselyn, A. Marier; Clerk, J. 
R. Dunglinson ; Marshal, John Hogan ; Assessor, J. S. Tubbs. 

March, 1855. — May<jr, Charles Campbell; City Council, Edward 
Gallagher, A. D. Eames, S. J. Lynch, William Harwood, Andrew 
Williams, Leonard Johnson ; Clerk, Thomas Gallagher ; Marshal, J. P. 
M. Davis ; Assessor, Andrew Crosswell. 

March, 1856. — Mayor, S. H. Robinson; City Council, R. Worthing- 
ton, William Hillegass, Edward Gibbons, George H. Fogg, J. G. Kitt- 
ridge, F. K. Shattuck; Clerk, Thomas Gallagher; Marshal, J. P. M. 
Davis ; Assessor, A. D. McDevitt. 

March, 1857. — Mayor, A. Williams; City Council, William Harwood, 
A. Davison, William Hillegass, R. Worthington, James Lentell, A. Mar- 
ier ; Clerk, Edward Gibbons ; Marshal, J. P. M. Davis ; Assessor, A. D. 
McDevitt. 

March, 1858.— Mayor, A. Wilhams; City Council, F. K. Shattuck, 
G. W. Fountain, John McCann, G. W. Scribner, Thomas Gallagher, 
James Daley; Clerk, Edward Gibbons; Marshal, J. P. M. Davis; 
Assessor, N. J. Thompson. 

March, 1859.— Mayor, F. K. Shattuck; City Council, A. D. Mc- 
Devitt, Edward Hoskins, J. B. Pierce, J. R. Rogers, A. Marier, Frank- 
lin Warner ; Clerk, Edward Gibbons ; Marshal, A. Davison ; Assessor, 
L. B. Tarpley. 

March, I860.— Mayor, J. P. M. Davis ; City Council, J. B. Pierce, 
J. H. Brown, A. W. White, P. W. Van Winkle, M. M. Howe, Edward 
Hoskins ; Clerk, Edward Gibbons ; Marshal, William Hoskins ; Assessor, 
L. B. Tarpley. 

March, 1861.— Mayor, J. P. M. Davis; City Council, T. D. Woolsey, 
Edward Gibbons, B. C. Horn, D. W. Barnes, J. M. Dillon, A. D. 
Eames ; Clerk, Edward Hoskins ; Marshal, William Hoskins ; Assessor, 
L. B. Tarpley. 

March, 1862. — Mayor, George M. Blake; City Council, Samuel 
Merritt, F. K. Shattuck, T. D. Woolsey, Edward Gibbons, J. M. Dillon, 
A. D. Eames ; Clerk, E. P. Sanf ord ; Marshal, William Hoskins ; Asses- 
sor, J. E. Whitcher. 

March, 1863.— Mayor, W. H. Bovee; City Council, O. L. Shafter, 
W. W. Crane, Jr., Edward Gibbons, C. Taylor, James DeFremery, F. 
K. Shattuck; Clerk, E. P. Sanford; Marshal, James Brown; Assessor, 
J. M. Dillon. 

March, 1864. — Mayor, Edward Gibbons; City Council, E. Jansen, J. 

0. Miner, D. P. Barstow, A. C. Palmer, C. Taylor ; Clerk, E. P. San- 
ford ; Marshal, James Brown ; Assessor, J. M. Dillon ; City Justice, E. 

1. Smith. 

March, 1865.— Mayor, B. F. Ferris; City Council, J. O. Miner, 
Edward Gibbons, A. H. Jayne, A. F. Rogers, F. K. Shattuck ; Clerk, 
A. D. Eames; Marshal, James Brown; Assessor, J. M. Dillon; City 
Justice, Norman Watson ; City Constable, E. I. Smith. 

March, 1866.— Mayor, J. W. Dwindle; City Council, P. S. Wilcox, 
A. Anderson, D. P. Barstow; Board of Education (appointed by the 
Council under the Act of the Legislature, March 31st, 1866), George H. 
Fogg, P. E. Cole, L. Hamilton, B. Akerly, J. H. Brewer, George 
Mooar, F. Warner, W. S. Snook; Clerk, A. D. Eames; Marshal, James 
Brown ; Assessor, J. M. Dillon ; City Justice, George H. Fogg. 

March, 1867.— Mayor, W. W. Crane, Jr. ; City Council, P. S. Wil- 



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cox, A. Anderson, D. P. Barstow, W. G. Moody, B. F. Pendleton, W. 
H. Miller, J. A. Hobart; Board of Education, L. Hamilton, R. E. Cole, 
George Mooar, William Bartling, W. S. Snook, L. Walker, B. T. Martin, 
W. B. Hardy ; Clerk, H. Hillebrand ; Marshal, James Brown ; Assessor, 
J. M. Dillon ; Police Judge, Norman Watson ; City Justice, Thomas Wall. 

April, 1868.— Mayor, Samuel Merritt; City Council, W. G. Moody, 
B. F. Pendleton, W. H. Miller, J. A. Hobart, A. H. Jayne, F. M. 
Campbell, D. G. Barnes ; Board of Education, B. T. Martin, R. E. Cole, 
K B. Hoyt, William D. Harwood, L. Hamilton, Edward McLean, G. 
W. Amies ; Police Judge, Sextus Shearer ; Clerk, H. Hillebrand ; City 
Marshal, Charles P. McKay ; Assessor, J. M. Dillon ; Superintendent of 
Public Schools, Lysander Walker; City Justice, George H. Fogg; 
Health Officer, T. H. Pinkerton, M.D. ; City Attorney, S. F. Gilcrest; 
City Engineer, W. F. Boardman. 

March, 1869. — Mayor, John B. Felton ; City Council, A. H. Jayne, 
N. W. Spaulding, D. G. Barnes, William H. Miller, Walter Van Dyke, 
James A. Folger, E. H. Pardee ; Board of Education, B. T. Martin, G. 
W. Armes, R. E. Cole, J. Bacon, L. Hamilton, N. B. Hoyt ; Police Judge, 
S. Shearer; City Clerk, H. Hillebrand; City Marshal, C. P. McKay; 
Assessor, J. M. Dillon ; Superintendent of Public Schools, George Tait ; 
City Justice, George H. Fogg; Health Officer, T. H. Pinkerton, M.D. ; 
City Attorney, H. H. Havens ; City Engineer, T. J. Arnold. 

March, 1870. — Mayor, John B. Felton; City Council, Henry Durant, 
W. J. Gurnett, Charles D. Haven, Q. A. Chase, A. L. Warner, N. W. 
Spaulding, E. H. Pardee ; Board of Education, J. W. Thurman, Jacob 
Bacon, L. Hamilton, G. W. Armes, R. E. Cole, J. W. Martin, Walter 
Van Dyke ; Pobce Judge, A. H. Jayne ; City Clerk, H. Hillebrand ; 
City Marshal, Perry Johnson; Assessor, Joseph M. Dillon; Superintend- 
ent of Public Schools, George Tait ; City Justice, George H. Fogg ; 
Health Officer, T. H. Pinkerton, M.D. ; City Attorney, H. H. Havens; 
City Engineer, T. J. Arnold. 

March, 1871. — Mayor, N. W. Spaulding; City Council, Charles D. 
Haven, T. J. Murphy, A. L. Warner, W. J. Gurnett, J. V. B. Good- 
rich, W. S. Snook, E. H. Pardee ; Board of Education, R. E. Cole, E. 
W. Playter, W. Bartling, Jacob Bacon, J. W. Thurman, G. W. Armes, 
L. Hamilton ; Police Judge, A. H. Jayne ; City Clerk, H. Hillebrand ; 
City Marshal, Perry Johnson ; Assessor, J. M. Dillon ; Superintendent 
of Public Schools, F. M. Campbell; City Justice, George H. Fogg; 
Health Officer, T. H. Pinkerton, M.D. ; City Attorney, H. H. Havens, 
City Engineer, T. J. Arnold. 

March, 1872.— Mayor, N. W. Spaulding; City Council, E. H. Pardee, 

A. L. Warner, W. S. Snook, T. J. Murphy, Franklin Warner, Mack 
Webber, Benjamin F. Ferris; Board of Education, R. E. Cole, E. W. 
Playter, William Bartling, William Bolton, C. W. Kellogg, O. H. Burn- 
ham, Jacob Bacon ; Police Judge, A. H. Jayne ; City Clerk, H. Hille- 
brand ; City Marshal, Perry Johnson ; Assessor, J. M. Dillon ; Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, F. M. Campbell ; Justices of the Peace, 
Township, George H. Fogg and James Lentell; Health Officer, T. H. Pink- 
erton, M.D. ; City Attorney, H. H. Haven; City Engineer, T. J. Arnold. 

March, 1873. — Mayor, Henry Durant; City Council, Mack Webber, 

B. F. Harris, I. W. Knox, N. W. Spaulding, James Larue, Franklin 
Warner, W. S. Snook; Board of Education, R. E. Cole, C. W. Kellogg, 
A. W. Swett, William Bolton, Ozro H. Burnham, W. K. Rowell, E. W. 
Playter ; Police Judge, A. H. Jayne ; City Clerk, H. Hillebrand ; City 
Marshal, Perry Johnson ; Assessor, Joseph M. Dillon ; Superintendent 
of Public Schools, F. M. Campbell ; Justices of the Peace, Township, 
George H. Fogg and James Lentell ; Health Officer, T. H. Pinkerton ; 
City Attorney, H. H. Haven ; City Engineer, T. J. Arnold. 



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March, 1874. — Mayor, Henry Durant; City Council, Mack Webber, 
Israel W. Knox, N. W. Spaulding, W. S. Snook, James Larue, E. H. 
Pardee, Wallace Everson ; Board of Education, R. E. Cole, C. W. Kel- 
logg, A. W. Swett, J. A. Folger, William F. Boardman, W. K. Rowell, 
E. W. Playter; Police Judge, A. H. Jayne; City Clerk, H. Hillebrand; 
City Marshal, Perry Johnson ; Assessor, Joseph M. Dillon ; Superin- 
tendent of Public Schools, F. M. Campbell ; Justices of the Peace, 
Township, George H. Fogg and James Lentell ; Health Officer, George 
E. Sherman ; City Attorney, S. F. Gilcrist ; City Engineer, T. J. Arnold. 



BANKS. 



First National Gold Bank of Oakland. — Incorporated May 15, 
1875. Capital, $1,000,000. Paid up capital, $100,000; office, 969 
Broadway. June 30, 1875, number of depositors, two hundred and 
eighty ; amount of deposits, $86,874 07 ; outstanding loans, $108,077 05 ; 
premiums paid, $1,004 75. 

Officers. — B. F. Ferris, President; Elijah Case, Vice-President; G. 
M. Fisher, Cashier. 

Union National Gold Bank. — Commenced July 1, 1875. Capital, 
$100,000. Office, Union Bank Building, cor Ninth and Broadway. 

Officers. — A. C. Henry, President; H. A. Palmer, Secretary. 

Oakland Bank of Savings. — Incorporated August 13, 1867. Capi- 
tal, $1,000,000. June 30, 1875, number of depositors, one thousand six 
hundred and twelve ; amount of deposits, $1,062,377 ; outstanding loans, 
$1,434,479; gross earnings, January 1 to June 30, 1875, $83,120; divi- 
dends for the same period, $51,826. 

Officers. — P. S. Wilcox, President; T. B. Bigelow, Vice-President; 
F. W. Gill, Cashier. 

Union Savings Bank. — Incorporated May 26, 1869. Capital, 
$1,500,000. June 30, 1875, amount of deposits, $1,025,700 76; out- 
standing loans, $1,251,867 87. June 30, 1873, capital stock paid in, and 
reserved fund, $506,609 72. 

Officers. — -J. West Martin, President; H. A. Palmer, Vice-President 
and Treasurer. , 



NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL PRESS. 

There are three daily and three weekly newspapers published in Oak- 
land. The Neivs, daily, now owned by the Oakland News Company, 
was started in November, 1863, and for five years was the only paper 
published in Oakland. The Transcript, daily, was started in April, 1868, 
and is published by Bishop & Powers; A. W. Bishop, editor, and is 
Republican in politics. The Evening Tribune: published by B. A. Dewes, 
was started February, 1874, and is Republican in politics. Alwmeda 
County Weekly Gazette, published by Bishop & Powers, was started in 
1855, and is the oldest paper in Alameda County. The Oakland Journal 
(German, weekly), started February 27, 1875, is published by the Oakland 
Journal Company ; it is independent in politics. The Semi-Tropical Press, 
weekly, was started in 1874, and is published by G. W. Barter. The 
Pacific Seventh Day Adventist, weekly, started in 1874 ; published by 
the Pacific Seventh Day Adventist Company. The Berkeleyan, a monthly 
paper, published by the students of the State University. There are 
also several amateur publications. The Real Estate Catalogue, published 
quarterly by E. W. Woodward & Co. ; devoted to real estate interests and 
the progress of the city. 



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THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT 

CITY OF OAKLAND, i875-6. 



INCORPORATED IHARCII 25, 1854. 




MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 

First Monday of March. 

STATE ELECTION, 

First Wednesday of September, 1877. 



MAYOR — Mack Webber, ex officio Chairman Board of Health, Presi- 
dent Board of Equalization and Board of Police Commissioners. Term 
expires March, 1876. No compensation. 



CITY COUNCIL. 

Term of office, two years ; the terms of four members expire in March 
of the odd years, and three in March of the even years. No compensa- 
tion. Meetings held every other Monday. Special meetings at the 
discretion of the President of the Council. 

President — Waxlace Everson. Term expires March, 1876. 

City Attorney — S. F. Gilcrest. Appointed by the Council. 

Clerk — Henry Hixlebrand. Term expires March, 1876. 

Sergeant-at-Arms — Perry Johnson. Term expires March, 1876. 

MEMBERS. 

Waxlace Everson, James Dods, E. H. Pardee, J. B. Ford, 
U. Huntington, John M. Miner, J. W. Shankxin. 



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STANDING COMMITTEES.— Ordinance and Judiciary— Shanklin, 
Miner, Ford. Auditing and Finance — Mason, Dods, Huntington. 
Streets and Buildings — Miner, Shanklin, Huntington. Fire and Water — 
Dods, Ford, Mason. Education — Huntington, Miner, Ford. Street 
Lights and Lamp Posts — Huntington, Mason, Shanklin. Removals and 
Obstructions — Dods, Miner, Shanklin. City Hall and Police — Ford, 
Mason, Huntington. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Term of office, two years; the terms of three members expire in 
March of the odd years, and four in March of the even years. No 
compensation. Meetings held on the first and third Tuesdays of each 
month. 

President — R. E. Cole. Term expires March, 1877. 

Secretary — W. L. Jones. Appointed by the Board of Education. Sal- 
ary, $1,200 per annum. 

Superintendent of Public Schools — Frederick M. Campbell. Term 
expires March, 1876. Salary, $1,500 per amium. 

MEMBERS. 

R. E. Cole, L. Hamilton, C. W. Kellogg, A. W. Swett, 
W. K. Rowell, L. H. Cary, J. A. Folger. 

STANDING COMMITTEES.— Rules and Regulations— Folger, Cary, 
Hamilton. Classification and Course of Instruction — Hamilton, Rowell, 
Cary. Text Books, Music, and Drawing — Cary, Kellogg, Hamilton. 
School-houses and Sites — Rowell, Swett, Folger. Furniture and Supplies 
—Swett, Kellogg, Folger. Salaries, Judiciary, Finance, and Auditing — 
Kellogg, Rowell, Folger. High School — Campbell, Hamilton, Swett. 
Modern Languages, Cosmopolitan and Evening Schools — Cary, Kellogg, 
Swett. 



CITY OFFICERS. 

POLICE COURT. — Judge — Anselm H. Jayne ; term expires March, 
1876 ; salary $1,800 per annum and fees. Clerk — Edward Hoskins, 
appointed by the Council ; salary, $1,200 per annum. 

JUSTICES' COURT.— -Justices— George H. Fogg, James Lentell; 
terms expire January, 1876 ; salary, fees. City Justice — James Lentell; 
term expires March, 1876 ; salary, fees. Constables — G. H. Tilley, W. 
T. Myles ; terms expire January, 1876 ; salary, fees. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT.— Commissioners— Mack Webber, Perry 
Johnson. Captain— D. H. Rand; salary, $1,800 per annum. Policemen — 
William Aldrich, J. L. Roundy (Alameda Bridge draw-tender), George 
H. Carleton, Charles P. McKay, Albert Shorey, William H. Summers, 
W. D. Thomas, A. Wilson, H. Tyler, D. Nedderman, E. G. Chase ; salary, 
$1,200 per annum, each. 

BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.— Members— Mack Webber, ex officio 
President; Wallace Everson, Perry Johnson, Henry Hillebrand, 
Clerk. No compensation. 



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BOARD OF HEALTH.— Members— Mack Webber, ex officio Presi- 
dent; C. S. Kittridge, Secretary; George E. Sherman, Health Officer; 
William Bolton, William Barnford, appointed by the Council; no 
compensation. 

BOARD PUBLIC WORKS.— M embers— James De Fremery, Presi- 
dent; Walter Blair, E. M. Hall, A. K. P. Harmon, Gen. R. W. 
Kirkham, Charles J. Robinson, Clerk. No compensation. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT.— M. De La Montanya, Chief Engineer; sal- 
ary, $900 per annum. Alfred S. Baker, first assistant; salary, $240 
per annum. John Dolan, second assistant ; salary, $144 per annum. 

City Clerk and Treasurer — Henry Hillebrand. Term expires March, 
1877 ; salaiy, $1,800 per annum. C. J. Robinson, assistant ; salary, 
$1,200 per annum. 

City Marshal, Tax Collector, and Street Commissioner — Perry Johnson. 
Term expires March, 1876; salary, $2,500 per annum and fees. James 
J. Porter, assistant, appointed by the Council; salary, $1,200 per annum. 

City Assessor — Joseph M. Dillon. Term expires March, 1877 ; salary, 
$2,000 per annum. 

City Attorney—^,. F. Gilcrest. Term expires March, 1876 ; salary, 
$2,000 per annum and fees. 

City Engineer — Thomas J. Arnold. Appointed by the Council ; sal- 
ary, fees. 

City Wharfinger — Capt. William Harwood. Appointed by the Coun- 
cil ; salary, $1,200 per annum. 

Pound Master — George Taylor. Appointed by the Council ; salary, 
fees. 



COURTS, COUNTY OFFICERS, AND SUPERVISORS. 

District Court. — The Third District is composed of the County of 
Alameda and the Fifth Ward of the City of San Francisco. The terms 
are held as follows: County of Alameda — At Oakland, third Mondays of 
February, June, and October ; in the City of San Francisco, third Mon- 
days of April, August, and December. Judge, Samuel B. McKee; 
salary, 6,000. Term expires December, 1875. 

County and Probate Courts. — Terms held at Oakland, first Mon- 
days of January, April, and July, and third Monday in September. 
County and Probate Judge, Stephen G. Nye; salary, $2,500. Term 
expires January, 1876. 

Justices' Court. — Sessions held daily. Justice, George H. Fogg; 
Constable, W. T. Myles. Court-room, 814 Broadway. Justice, James 
H. Lentell; Constable, G. H. Tilley. Court-room, north-west corner 
of Eleventh and Franklin streets. 

Police Court. — Sessions held daily at the Court-room, City Hall. 
Judge, Anselm H. Jayne ; Clerk, Edward Hoskins. 

Board of Supervisors. — Regular meetings take place at Oakland, 
first Mondays of February, May, August, and November, and adjourn 
from time to time. Special meetings at the call of the majority. Mem- 
bers — Isham Case (President), Joseph B. Marlin, Howard Overacker, 
James Beazell, F. K. Shattuck, O. H. Burnham, and W. B. Hardy. 



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County Officers (March, 1875). — County Seat — Oakland. County- 
Judge, Stephen G. Nye ; County Clerk, J. V. B. Goodrich ; District 
Attorney, Albert A. Moore ; Sheriff, Henry N. Morse ; Recorder, B. S. 
Marston ; Auditor, P. R. Borein ; Treasurer, R. S. Farrelly ; Tax-Col- 
lector, C. J. Stevens ; Surveyor, Louis Castro ; Coroner, Solon H. Mather ; 
Public Administrator, Solon H. Mather (ex officio) ; Superintendent of 
Public Schools, W. F. B. Lynch ; Supervisors, District No. 1 (Murray 
Township), James Beazell; No. 2 (Washington Township), Howard Over- 
acker ; No. 3 (Eden Township), Joseph B. Marlin ; No. 4 (Brooklyn 
Township), Isham Case; Nos. 5, 6, and 7 (Oakland Township), W. B. 
Hardy, 0. H. Burnham, and P. K. Shattuck. 

Special Police Districts. — The city is divided into Special Police 
Districts, as follows : 

No. 1 is bounded by Franklin, South Front, Washington, and Four- 
teenth streets. 

No. 2 — Franklin, South Front, East Front, and Fourteenth streets. 

No. 3 — Washington, South Front, Market and Fourteenth streets. 

No. 4 — Market, Union, West Fourteenth, and South Front streets. 

No. 5 — Union, Peralta, West Fourteenth, and South Front streets. 

No. 6 — Peralta and West Fourteenth streets, and the waters of the 
bay. 

No. 7 — Fourteenth and Market streets, and the charter line. 

No. 8 — Market and West Fourteenth streets, the old charter line, and 
the bay. 

No. 9 — The territory recently added to the limits of the city, from the 
old charter line to Lotran Street. 



COUNTY INFIRMARY. 

The County Infirmary is located on a tract of 127 acres of land near the 
San Lorenzo Creek, about five miles from the town of San Leandro. 

The Infirmary is intended to answer the double purpose of a hospital 
and an alms-house, everything proper to be done has been done to secure 
the comfort of the patients. The County Board of Supervisors are ex- 
officio directors of the Infirmary. The buildings are inexpensive ; the 
original cost of the main edifice — whicli is of wood — having been $5,000. 
Numerous fruit trees have been planted, and the extensive grounds are 
cultivated by the convalescent patients and other inmates of the institu- 
tion. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

The past history and present condition of the public schools of the City 
of Oakland are furnished by the City Superintendent, Frederick M. 
Campbell, Esq. 

The first public school in the city was organized in July, 1853, with 
sixteen pupils. The teacher was Miss H. J. Jayne, sister of the present 
Police Judge, and now Mrs. Edson Adams. The building used was 
erected at a cost of one thousand dollars, and it is now occupied as an Afri- 
can Church, having been removed from its original location, at the corner 
of Clay and Fifth streets, to the corner of Market and Seventh streets. 
This building afforded all the public school accommodation of Oakland 
until the year 1862. In May, of that year, the block of land bounded by 
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now worth at least $50,000. A small building was erected thereon, 
and school was opened in November of the same year. In August, 1865, 
the lot, one hundred by one hundred and twenty-five, on the corner of 
Alice and Fifth streets, was purchased. The first grammar school was 
commenced in what is now the Lafayette Primary, in November, 1867. 
The Prescott School-house, at Oakland Point, was the next building 
erected, and it was occupied, for the first time, on January 4, 1869. In 
August of the same year, the primary school building, corner of Grove 
and Fifth streets, was formally occupied. The High School budding, on 
the corner of Market and Twelfth streets, was dedicated September 17, 
1871, since which time there have been three new school houses built, viz : 
the Lincoln Grammar School, corner of Alice and Tenth, cost, including 
furniture, etc., about $20,000, opened the latter part of 1873; the new 
Franklin Grammar School building, situated on Tenth Avenue, between 
East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth streets— a duplicate of the Lincoln 
School, and cost about the same amount — was occupied for the first time 
during the present year ; the Durant School, on Twenty-eighth Street, 
between Grove Street and San Pablo Avenue, is also a counterpart of the 
Lincoln Budding, cost slightly in excess of the preceding two in conse- 
quence of the work having been done at different times and under differ- 
ent contracts. They are all eight roomed buddings, capable of accom- 
modating comfortably four hunched pupils each. The plan upon which 
they are builtpossesses many advantages over the other school buildings 
by the peculiar arrangement of placing aU the rooms on the south side 
of the budding. Thorough ventilation is secured upon an improved 
plan ; the halls are spacious, and the means of entrance and exit easy. 
There are now ten buildings, with sixty-two rooms, accommodating over 
three thousand pupils. 

TEACHERS AND ANNUAL SALARY OF EACH. 

High School. — High School Building, corner of Market and West 
Twelfth streets; cost $37,376. Principal, J. B. McChesney, $2,400; 
Vice-Principal, C. B. Bradley, $1,800; Assistants, Miss Emma Temple 
and Miss S. N. Jewett, $1,200 each. 

Irving Grammar. — High School Building. Head Assistant, Miss 
Jennie Walbridge, $1,080; Assistants, Miss Mattie C. Call, $900; Miss 
Georgie Persing, $900; Miss Georgie Smith, Mrs. Shorkley, and Miss 
Emily Jayne, $870 each. 

Prescott Grammar School. — Northeast corner of CampbeU and Taylor 
streets ; cost, $10,000. Master, James Stratton, $1,800 ; Head Assistant, 
Mrs. N. D. Standeford, $960 ; Miss Clara Germain, Mrs. E. Stone, $870 
each ; Miss Julia E. Sherman, $780 ; Miss SaUie Germain, $840 ; Mrs. 
M. V. Kingman (double session), $1,050; Miss E. A. Stevens (half session 
only), $506 ; Mrs. Winchester (half session only), $506. 

New Franklin Grammar School. — Tenth Avenue, between East 
Fifteenth and East Sixteenth streets; cost, $19,000. Principal, J. H. 
Sumner, $1,800 ; Assistants, Mrs. E. P. Tucker, $960 ; Miss L. E. White, 
Miss L. E. Bentley, $870 each ; Miss Lizzie Watson, $840 ; Mrs. L. Kin- 
caid (double session), $1,050 ; Miss C. M. Ellis, $810, and Miss C. S. 
Elliott (double session), $1,012.44. 

Lincoln Grammar School. — Northeast corner Tenth and Alice streets; 
cost, $19,000. Principal, A. F. Craven, $1,800; Miss N. A. Craven, 
$960 ; Miss Elizabeth Craig, Miss Minnie T. Kimball, $870 each ; Miss 
Lizzie La Grange, Miss S. H. Wilson, Miss Annie P. Meek, Miss Isa- 
bella B. Kent, $840 each. 

Lafayette Primary. — Southwest corner of Twelfth and Jefferson 
streets; cost, $17,000. Principal, Mrs. M. W. Phelps, $1,200; Assistants, 
Mrs. M. S. P. Robinson, $900 ; Miss Sarah Boneface, $870 ; Mrs. K. A. 



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Campbell, Miss Mary Alexander, Mrs. E. P. Rann, $840 each; Mrs. E. W. 
Anderson, $810; Mrs. Emily Vrooman (double session), $1,012.44; Mrs. 
M. E. Pelhani, $780 ; Miss Ella Myrick, $600. 

Grove Street Primary. — East side of Grove, between Fourth and Fifth 
streets; cost, $5,000. Principal, Miss A. F. Aldrich, $1,020; Assistants, 
Miss Clara Hawley, $780 ; Miss Jennie Nesbitt (double session), $1.012.44 ; 
Miss M. A. Neil (double session), $1,050. 

Harrison Street Primary. — Northeast corner of Harrison and Sixth 
streets ; cost, $2,000. Principal, Miss Ada Hamilton, $9G0 ; Assistants, 
Miss Susie G. Towle, $810, and Miss M. E. Carey, $780. 

Durant School. — North side of Twenty-eighth Street and west side 
of Grove Street; cost, $1,900. Principal, H. P. Carlton, $1,800; First 
Assistant, Mrs. H. P. Sexton, $960; Assistants, Miss Mary L. Dame, 
Miss L. Thompson, $870 each ; Miss Ruth Royce, $840 ; Miss A. B. 
Clow (double session), $1,050 ; Mrs. C. W. Tarbox, $780 ; Miss Helen S. 
Blakeslee (double session), $1,012.44. 

Cosmopolitan. — Northeast corner of Grove and Eleventh streets ; cost, 
$2,000. Principal, A. D. A. Champion, $1,800 ; Assistants, Miss H. P. 
Stearns, $1,020, and Miss Cloelia M. Lewis, $840. 

SPECIAL TEACHERS." 
Drawing Principal, Mrs. A. W. Brodt, $1,200. 

" Assistant, Miss S. Mann, $840. 
German, Prof. T. Soehlke, $1,200. 
French, High School, A. D. A. Champion, $300. 
Music Principal, G. S. Needham, $1,200. 
" Assistant, Miss Eliza Brown, $960. 

JANITORS. 

High and Irving Schools, E. G. Jones, $780. 

Prescott Grammar and Primary Schools, James Allen, $600. 

Lafayette and Cosmopolitan, Allen Peel, $780. 

Grove Street Primary, Sarah Heaney, $240. 

Harrison Street Primary, Mrs. A. Peel, $180. 

Lincoln Grammar School, Ralph Balmforth, $600. 

Franklin Grammar School, E. O., W. H. Dyer, $780. 

Durant Grammar School, D. H. Rubert, $600. 

FINANCES FOR YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1875. 

"RfPFTPTS 

City taxes ' $ 48,378.68 

Delinquent taxes 1,071.80 

State and County taxes 44,403.60 

Sale of Bonds (1874) 12,000.00 

Miscellaneous 2,487.80 



Total 

Disbursements. 

Teachers salaries 

Superintendent, Clerk, and Janitors' salaries 
Fuel 



.$108,341.88 

.$ 62,440.53 
5,953.80 
1,616.87 
1,961.69 
1,437.10 

. 5,137.37 
2,206.22 

. 23,608.69 
2,683.42 

Total $107,045.69 



Repairs 

Lights, water, and rent. 

Furniture 

Books and supplies .... 

Building 

Incidentals 



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Annual cost per pupil for tuition only, $21.48. 

Average number of pupils, 1863 ; to a regular teacher, High Grammar 
Schools, 31.16 ; Primary Schools, 40.12. 

Bonds have been issued for the use of the School Department to the 
amount of $162,000, as follows : 

In 1860 $50,000 

In 1870 50,000 

In 1872 50 000 

In 1873 12,000 

ATTENDANCE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS, 1863-1875. 

YEAE. PRIVATE. PUBLIC. 

1868 193 109 

1864 276 138 

1865 288 227 

1866 218 307 

1867 313 455 

1868 317 569 

1869 355 684 

1870 417 915 

1871 333 1,132 

1872 289 1,241 

1873 343 2,118 

1874 400 2,679 

1875 407 3,225 

SUMMARY OF SCHOOL STATISTICS. 

Population of the City, June 30, 1875, as per census, by order of 

the City Council 20,691 

Children under 5 years of age 2,482 

" between 5 and 17 years of age 4,749 

Number of children between 5 and 17 years of age who attended 

Public Schools during the year 3,225 

Number of children between 5 and 17 years of age who attended 

Private Schools 407 

Number of children between 5 and 17 years of age who attended 

no school , 1,117 

Number of children found who might be subject to the operation 

of the Compulsory Education Law 2 

Increase since last census of children under 5 years of age is 312 or 
14 4-10 per cent. Increase of those between 5 and 17 years of age is 
882 or 22 8-10 per cent. 

CURRENT MONTHLY EXPENSES FOR JUNE, 1875. 

Salaries of Teachers $5,246.02 

Salaries of Superintendent, Clerk, and Janitors 580.00 

Water 25.00 

Rent 12.50 

Interest on mortgages 97.50 



Total $5,961.02 

There are ten school buildings with the following classes, organized 
July, 1874. Four classes in the High School, twenty-three in the 



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Grammar Schools, and thirty-six in the Primary Schools, making a total 
of sixty-three classes. Increase since last year, ten. 

The average monthly enrollment is 2,859 7-11, with an average daily 
attendance of 2,540. Vocal music is taught in all the schools by two 
special teachers, Mr. Gerritt S. Needham and Miss Eliza Brown, under 
whose instructions the classes are making rapid progress. 

The study of drawing is taught by Mrs. A. W. Brodt, assisted by Miss 
Mann, and the classes show proficiency in that art. 

The Cosmopolitan School was started in 1870, as an experiment, with 
twenty pupils, and the services of Professor A. D. A. Champion were 
secured as teacher. The exercises are conducted in the French language, 
and the pupils have made rapid progress in their studies. It has so 
increased in numbers and importance that two more assistants have lately 
been added to the staff. 

Frederick M. Campbell, Esq., City Superintendent, in his last report 
to the Board of Education (which will shortly be pubUshed), contains 
recommendations to continue the studies of German and music. Also 
the use of free text books in the Public Schools. The matter has been 
fully investigated by the Committee, and by comparison with other 
schools where they have them, found to be successful, but no further 
movement in that direction has yet been made. 



UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 

The University of California is a State institution, established by the 
Legislature in accordance with the Constitution, and intrusted to the care 
of a Board of Regents, which includes the Governor, the Lieutenant- 
Governor, the Speaker of the Assembly, the State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, the President of the State Agricultural Society, the 
President of the Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco, the President of 
the University, and sixteen other Regents. 

To this body of Regents the State has committed the administration of 
the University, including the finances, care of property, appointment of 
teachers, and determination of the interior organization in all particidars 
not already determined by the laws. 

The instruction and government of the students at Berkeley are in- 
trusted to two Faculties, which have hitherto acted as one body — the 
Faculty of Science and the Facility of Letters. The Medical Faculty, 
in San Francisco, is a distinct body. All the Professors and Instructors 
of the University constitute what is termed by law the Academic Senate, 
the meetings of which are expected to be infrequent, and restricted to 
matters of general concern. 

In accordance with the law, seven colleges have been more or less fully 
organized, as will be seen by the following pages. These colleges or 
courses are designated in the Political Code as follows : 

1, College of Agriculture ; 2, College of Mechanics ; 3, College of Min- 
ing ; 4, College of Engineering ; 5, College of Chemistry ; 6, College of 
Medicine ; 7, College of Letters. 

Until the funds of the University are enlarged, the two buildings now 
constructed must serve for all the colleges, the students having equal 
freedom of access to both buildings, according as their exercises may be 
appointed in one place or the other. 

The State appropriations are devoted to the six colleges first named, 
the College of Medicine being self-supporting. The California College of 
Pharmacy has been affiliated with the University, retaining its own organ- 
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The University was instituted by a law which received the approval of 
the Governor, March 23d, 1868. The instructions were commenced in 
Oakland, in the Autumn of 1869. The commencement exercises of 1873 
were held at Berkeley, July 16, when the University was formally 
transferred to its permanent home. Instructions began at Berkeley in 
the Autumn of 1873. 

The College of California, which had been organized several years be- 
fore the University, transferred its property and students upon terms 
which were mutually agreed upon, and closed its work of instruction in 
1869. This college was incorporated in 1855, and through its agency the 
Berkeley site, now owned and occupied by the University of California, 
was secured. 

The site of the University, at Berkeley, is a domain of about two hun- 
dred acres, situated on the slope of the Contra Costa hills, about live miles 
from Oakland, facing the Golden Gate. It is traversed by two water- 
courses, is much diversified in aspect, and is adapted to a great variety 
of culture. A part of the site is reserved to illustrate the work of agri- 
culture and horticulture, and is now under cultivation. 

The grounds have recently been thoroughly surveyed and studied with 
reference to their adaption to all the wants of the University, and a plan 
for their improvement, prepared by Mr. W. H. Hall, Landscape Engin- 
eer, has been adopted by the Board of Regents. 

Two large and convenient edifices have been constructed by the State, 
at Berkeley, at an expense of over $300,000. A Medical College build- 
ing in San Francisco has been given to the University, by the munifi- 
cence of Dr., H. H. Toland, in honor of whom it is known as Toland Hall. 

Tuition in all departments of the University, except the Medical Col- 
lege, is absolutely free. A small charge for chemicals is made in the Chemi- 
ical Laboratory. Young ladies received as well as young men. 

Board is obtained in private families at Oakland and at Berkeley, at 
from twenty dollars to thirty dollars per month, lodgings included. Stu- 
dents in clubs reduce the expenses to sixteen dollars per month. The 
hours of recitation are such that many students reside in Oakland, and 
come out daily to the University by horse car. It is possible, but some- 
what difficult, for a student to reside in San Francisco while in daily atten- 
dance at the University. 

Ex Officio Regents. — His Excellency Romualdo Pacheco, Sacramento, 
Governor, ex officio President of the Board ; His Honor, Wm. Irwin, 
San Quentin, Lieutenant-Governor; Hon. Morris M. Estee, San Fran- 
cisco, Speaker of the Assembly ; Hon. Henry N. Bolander, Sacramento, 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction ; R. S. Carey, Esq. , Sacra- 
mento, President of the State Agricultural Society ; A. S. Halliclie, Esq., 
San Francisco, President of the Mechanics' Institute of San Francisco ; 
John Le Conte, M.D., Oakland, President of the University. 

Appointed Regents. — Rev. H. Stebbins, D.D., San Francisco; Hon. 
Lawrence Archer, San Jose'; J. West Martin, Esq., Oakland; Hon. 
Samuel B. McKee, Oakland ; Hon. John F. Swift, San Francisco ; Joseph 
W. Winans, Esq., San Francisco ; J. Mora Moss, Esq., Oakland ; J. M. 
Hamilton, Esq., Guenoc; D. O. Mills, Esq., Millbrae; William Meek, 
Esq. , San Leandro. 

Honorary Regents* — Hon. John S. Hager, A. J. Bowie, M. D., F. M. 
Pixley, San Francisco ; Hon. John B. Felton, Oakland ; Louis Sachs, 
Esq., San Francisco; Hon. H. H. Haight, Alameda. His Excellency, 
Romualdo Pacheco, President ; R. E. C. Stearns, Secretary ; D. O. Mills, 
Treasurer. 

"The term " Honorary," applied to these Regents, indicates only the mode of their election, 
which was made by the Ex Officio and appointed Regents. Every Regent is a full member of 
the Board. 



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Academic Senate. — John Le Conte, M.D., President; William Ash- 
burner, Professor of Mining ; George W. Bunnell, A. M. , Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Latin and Greek ; George Davidson, A. M. , Professor of Geodesy 
and Astronomy ; Stephen J. Field, LL. D. , Professor of Law ; Eugene 
W. Hilgard, Ph. D., Professor of Agriculture; Martin Kellogg, A. M. , 
Dean, and Professor of Latin and Greek; John Le Conte, M.D., Pro- 
fessor of Physics and Industrial Mechanics; Joseph Le Conte, M. D. , 
Professor of Geology and Natural History ; Paul Pioda, Professor of 
Modern Languages ; Willard B. Rising, Ph. D. , Professor of Chemistry 
and Metallurgy ; Edward R. Sill, A. M. , Professor of the English Language 
and Literature ; Frank Soule', Jr. (U. S. Military Academy), Professor 
of Civil Engineering and Astronomy ; William T. Welcker (U. S. Military 
Academy) Professor of Mathematics ; George F. Becker, Ph. D. , Lecturer 
on Metallurgy, for the current year; George C. Edwards, Ph. B., In- 
structor in Mathematics, and Commandant of Cadets ; Carlos F. Gom- 
pertz, Instructor in Spanish; Leander L. Hawkins, Ph. B., Instructor 
in Mathematics and Surveying ; JohnD. Hoffmann, Instructor in Mechan- 
ical and other branches of Instrumental Drawing ; Robert E. Ogilby, In- 
structor in Free-hand Drawing; James M. Phillips, A. B., Instructor in 
Hebrew ; Albin Putzker, Instructor in German ; Ambrose C. Richardson, 
A. B., Instructor in Latin and Ancient History; E. H. Sears, A. B., 
Instructor in Ancient Languages ; H. B. Jones, A. B. , Assistant Instructor 
in Modern Languages ; Samuel B. Christy, Ph. B. , F. Slate, Jr. , Ph. B. , 
W. R. Barbour, Ph. B., Frank S. Sutton, Ph. B., Assistant Instructors 
in Chemistry; Isaac E. Hinton, A. B. , Assistant Instructor in Mathe- 
matics; Isaac Carey Jones, A. B., Recorder to the Faculty; J. W. Bice, 
Ph. B. , Assistant Inspector in Engineering. 

Student Assistants. — Franklin P. McLean, Chemistry; Frederick L. 
Butler, Mathematics ; J. B. Clarke, Mathematics. 

The present number of students is three hundred and fifty ; number of 
volumes in library, twelve thousand ; cost of buildings and improvements, 
^357,392. 



DEAF AND DUMB AND BLIND INSTITUTE. 

This institution, situated at the base of the foot hills, four and a half 
miles north of Oakland, and in immediate proximity to the State Uni- 
versity, was originally located in San Francisco. It was started — and for 
some time sustained — through the exertions of the benevolent women of 
that city. The school was opened April 30, 1860, with three pupils. As 
the institution grew in numbers, State aid was obtained, and 18G5, it 
had increased to such a degree as to justify its entire organization under 
State auspices. 

A law was passed March 3, 1866, " providing for a removal of the school 
from the limited and inconvenient quarters in San Francisco " — for 
enlarging the scope of its beneficence — for vesting in the State the title 
to all property held by the institution, and providing for a Board of 
Directors, under the Code appointed by the Governor. Suitable appro- 
priations were made to carry out the purpose of the Act. 

After long and patient examinations, the Commissioners decided upon 
the present location. Plans drawn by Messrs. Wright & Sanders, of 
San Francisco, were adopted. 

The ground was broken June 29, 1867, and the corner-stone was laid 
September 26, of the same year, and the new building was occupied for 
school purposes October 20, 1869. 

The institution was built of stone, was three stories in height, having 
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hundred and forty feet, and the hight to the top of the spire was one 
hundred and sixty feet. It was admirably planned for the purpose of 
such an establishment. 

The whole cost of building, grounds, shops, heating apparatus, laundry, 
and furniture, was about $180,000. It was destroyed by fire January 
17, 1875. Temporary buildings have been erected at a cost of $27,000, 
including furnishing, with a capacity for accomodating one hundred 
pupils. 

The benefits of the institution are free to all resident deaf and dumb, 
or blind, persons, between the ages of six and twenty-five, who are of 
sound mind, free from contagious or offensive diseases, and of correct 
moral habits. 

It is not an asylum in any sense of the term, as its inmates are received 
only for purposes of education. 

The names of the Board of Directors are : 
J. Mora Moss, President. L. Hamilton, Vice-President. 

T. L. Barker, Auditor. Erwin J. Crane, D. D. Shattugk. 

H. A. Palmer, Secretary and Treasurer. 

The Principal, to whom all letters of inquiry should be addressed, is 
Warring Wilkinson, M.A., assisted by the following corps of teachers : 
George B. Goodall, F. P. Fowler, C. T. Wilkinson, Henry Frank, and 
Miss Annie Comly. 

The institution is open to visitors on all days except Saturday and 
Sunday. 



PRIVATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY. 

The Pacific Theological Seminary was founded in 1869, in San Fran- 
cisco. The buildings erected by the Female College of the Pacific, on 
Academy Hill, were purchased by the Seminary, and possession taken in 
June, 1871, at which time the regular exercises of this seminary were 
commenced in Oakland. 

The Trustees of the seminary are as follows : 

Rev. A. L. Stone, D.D. Dea. L. B. Benchley. 

Rev. I. E. Dwlnell, D.D. Dea. T. B. Bigelow. 

Rev. J. A. Benton, D.D. Dea. E. P. Flint. 

Rev. J. K. McLean. S. S. Smith, M.D. 

Rev. W. C. Pond. J. M. Haven, Esq. 

Rev. C. H. Pope. W. N. Hawley, Esq. 

Rev. A. L. Stone, D.D President of the Board. 

Rev. W. C. Pond Secretary of the Board. 

Dea. L. B. Benchley Treasurer of the Board. 

There is a visiting committee, composed of the following persons : 
Rev. T. K. Noble. Rev. E. P. Baker. 

Rev. M. S. Croswell. Amasa Pratt. 

The regular course of study extends over three years, but there are 
courses adapted to two years or to one year. The seminary is under the 
auspices of the Congregational Church, but the course of study is not 
biased in favor of that denomination, some of the students belonging to 
other churches. Rev. J. A. Benton, D.D., is Professor of Sacred 
Literature, and Rev. George Mooar, D.D., is Professor of Theology.. 
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in August, and ends with the second Thursday in May. There will be 
a recess from the 20th of December to the 3d of January. 

Credible evidence of piety, membership in some Evangelical Christian 
Church, a collegiate education, or such other literary and scientific 
attainments as promise a fair degree of usefulness, will entitle all young 
men to the advantages of this seminary. 

Relative to expenses, the Trustees have the following in their circular : 

" There will be no charge for tuition, rent of rooms, or use of furniture. 
The Trustees will, so far as practicable, furnish text books and reference 
books free to those who are in need ; themselves being the judges of the 
necessity. Those who are so disposed can live very economically in Oak- 
land or San Francisco. It is thought that one dollar a day will meet all 
the absolutely necessary expenses of an economical person ; fifty per 
cent, more could be used to advantage ; a hundred per cent, more would 
not be deemed very extravagant. 

' ' The American Education Society will render aid to the pupils of this 
seminary who are especially needy, and who take the full course of three 
years. The amount bestowed will be $80 or $100 a year (in currency) 
to each beneficiary." 

GOLDEN GATE ACADEMY. 

This institution is situated upon the crown of Academy Hill, near 
Telegraph Avenue, about a mile from the foot of Broadway, Oakland. 
Academy Hill rises some eighty-five feet above the bay, affording a fine 
view of Oakland, San Francisco, and the Golden Gate. The school 
occupies three buildings, which are large and well appointed in every 
particular. Each building has its separate grounds, comprising, in all, 
some ten acres. The institution was opened in 1873 as a boys' preparatory 
school, and as such, under the efficient management of its trustees 
attained to a wide reputation. But inasmuch as the University of 
California and many of the best eastern colleges were opened to students 
of both sexes, the demand for college preparatory training for young 
women greatly increased, and it was determined to add a ladies' depart- 
ment and still further extend the sphere of the school. These changes 
were instituted under the direction of J. N. Haskins and A. E. Kellogg, 
to whom the sole charge and management of the school is intrusted for a 
term of years, commencing August 1, 1875. The academy now began a 
new life. A commercial, a modern language, a music, and an art depart- 
ment were added, and then management entrusted to teachers of recog- 
nized ability and large experience in their chosen fields of labor, so that, 
in the completeness of its course of study, and in the range of its depart- 
ments, the academy now stands unsurpassed by any similar institution in 
the State. 

The design of the school, as expressed by the principals, is "to furnish 
a thorough preparatory education for our best colleges, together with a 
course of English studies of sufficiently wide range to prepare students 
for positions as teachers, or for general business. To give, by aid of our 
preparatory department, systematic training to pupils of both sexes, taking 
them at an early age and carefully directing their education during the 
most important period of study; and to furnish, by our commercial, 
modern language, nmsic, and art departments, superior advantages in 
these special studies ; and, above all, to awaken in every student an 
imperishable love of study." While it is the determination of the prin- 
cipals to establish the great preparatory school of the State — a school 
teaching something more than the accomplishments — nothing lias been 
neglected which could contribute to a polished education. The depart- 
ments of music and art are directed by enthusiastic teachers, and are first 
class in every particular. 



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CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY. 

This military institution, opened January 9, 1865, is the first of the 
kind that has been established on this coast. Rev. D. McClure is the 
proprietor and principal. 

In the academic department, well defined and extensive courses of 
study are pursued in the English branches, ancient and modern languages, 
natural science, mathematics, and commercial knowledge, such as will 
prepare students for college or business. The institution is also organized 
as a military post, and it is obligatory upon every student to attend the 
daily military drill, and perform the duties of a cadet, which do not 
interfere with the hours of study. The location is on Telegraph Avenue 
near Prospect Avenue. The Academy may be reached by the Telegraph 
Avenue cars. 

MILLS' SEMINARY. 

This institution, formerly known as the Young Ladies' Seminary of 
Benicia, was removed to its present location, near Fruit Vale, Brooklyn 
Township, in 1870. The Seminary buddings are extensive and com- 
modious, and admirably adapted to the purposes to which they have 
been dedicated. Rev. C. T. Mills is principal, and Mrs. S. L. Mills 
associate principal. They are aided by an efficient corps of teachers. 

CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF THE SACRED HEART. 

This institution is for the education of girls, and is located on Webster 
Street near the head of Lake Merritt. It was dedicated in 1868. The 
teachers are Sisters of the Hoby Name of Jesus and Mary, who came 
from Canada for the purpose of acting as instructors in this school. The 
funds for purchasing the grounds and erecting the buildings were raised 
through the personal exertions of Rev. Father King, of the Church of 
the Immaculate Conception (formerly St. Mary's Catholic Church). The 
curriculum of studies resembles that of other schools for the education of 
young ladies. The new building recently erected will afford all the 
accommodations necessary to meet the growing wants of this flourishing 
institution. 

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. 

This academy is located on the corner of Jackson and Fifth streets, 
and is conducted by the Christian Brothers, Brother Pirmian acting as 
Principal. It was opened July 5, 1870, and is a prosperous and well 
managed school for the education of boys. The number of pupils is one 
hundred and twenty-five, and about twenty novitiates attend. 

FRENCH AND ENGLISH SCHOOL. 

Mrs. E. C. Head's French and English School is located at the corner 
of Adeline and Twelfth streets, and is open to but a select number of 
pupils, not less than six nor more than twelve years of age. It is pro- 
posed, however, to enlarge the accommodations when it may be necessary 
to furnish facilities for the present pupils, in continuing their education. 
The daily exercises of the class-room are conducted in the French lan- 
guage, and there are daily recitations from French authors. There is 
also singing of the songs in use in the Cosmopolitan School Department 
maintained by the Oakland Board of Education. The number of scholars 
is limited to thirty-five. The Principal is assisted by Mrs. A. L. Belcher, 
teacher of vocal music ; Miss Alice Bacon, teacher of instrumental music, 
and Miss Anna Kutnow, teacher of German. Special attention is paid by 
the Principal to the healthful muscular development of the children, both 
by out-door exercise, and such of Lewis' gymnastics as can be practicd in 
the school room. The school is surrounded by large and beautiful 



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gardens and play grounds. Connected with it is a German Kindergarten 
taught by Miss Anna Kutnow, a graduate of the Froebel Training School 
in Hamburg. In this are received children from four to six years of 
age, where their mental powers and their perceptions are developed with- 
out the use of books, by a great variety of order, by games and exercises. 
They learn to speak and to sing in German. They are taught to distin- 
guish colors and forms ; to reproduce the forms shown them on colored 
worsted, on perforated paper and with blocks, and finally with slate and 
pencil, thus gaining the first ideas of drawing. This beautiful system of 
training children is fully developed in Mrs. Head's school, and it is a 
matter of regret that she has Hmited the number of pupils to thirty- 
five. 

SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

Mrs. Poston's Seminary for young ladies was removed from Marys- 
ville in 1873, and is located on Oak Street, on the elegant premises form- 
erly occupied by General It. W. Heath. The grounds are elegantly 
adorned and sufficiently secluded for their present uses. Each pupil is 
under the direct influence of the Principal, and the management is similar 
to that of a large and well regulated family. The course of study is 
similar to that followed in the best aj^pointed institutions for the educa- 
tion of young ladies. The pupils form no acquaintances except by the 
consent of the Principal, and they mingle in society only under her 
supervision, an excellent feature of this seminary. The number of 
scholars is hmited. 

PREPARATORY SCHOOLS. 

P. E. Bornand, of the University of Geneva, Switzerland, has opened 
a school on Twelfth Street, between Alice and Harrison, designed for the 
preparation of youth for admission to the State University. It is pro- 
posed to follow the European plan of instruction, which some may 
regard as slow, but which lays a solid and substantial foundation for the 
pursuit of higher studies. It is intended to devote five years for the 
preparation of a student for admission to the College of Letters. The 
cramming hot-house system will be avoided ; instruction in the classics 
will be unusually thorough and the value of the mental discipline thus 
obtained will be proportionately great. The necessary English branches 
will be taught and there will be instruction in mathematics as far as 
requisite for admission to the University. Attention will also be given 
to the teaching of modern languages. The main object of the school 
will be steadily kept in view, and its curriculum will contain all that is 
necessary in preparing for the University and nothing more. The 
want of such institutions has long been felt, for the University needs 
"feeders," and Professor Bornand has clearly comprehended the neces- 
sity for such a school as he has established. 

Kirke W. Brier, has opened a school for the preparation of boys for 
the State University. It is located at the corner of Locust and Valley 
streets. It is intended to meet the generally expressed need for such 
institutions, and the course of study will be neither more nor less than 
what is essential in fitting young men to enter the College of Letters. A 
competent corps of instructors is connected with the institution and 
in addition to the regular instruction there will be particular attention 
to the conduct and deportment of the pupils. 

HOME INSTITUTE. 

Miss Fields' Home Institute is a school for young ladies. It is located 
on Hobart Street, between Telegraph and San Pablo avenues. The 
curriculum and general management are the same as in other schools for 
the education of girls. 



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CITY FINANCES. 



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BONDED DEBT 


—JULY 


1, 1875. 


DATE OF LAWS. 


WHEN 
ISSUED. 


AMOUNT. 


WHEN 
PAYABLE. 


KATE 

FOR WHAT PURPOSE. 
INT ST. 


April 26, 1858 

March 19, 1868 
March 28, 1S68 
March 28, 1868 
March 24, 1S70.. 


1858 
1868 
1868 
1868 
1870 
1872 
1S72 
1874 
1S74 


§18,400 
50,000 
16,000 
15,000 
70,000 
50,000 
80,000 
100,000 
100,000 


1878 
18S3 
1883 
1889 
1890 
1892 
1903 
1905 
1905 


7 

10 
10 
10 
10 




Building City Hall . . . 
Carpentier Judgment. 


March 18, 1872 

March 27, 1872 

March 30, 1874 

March 30, 1874 , , . 


8 
8 
8 
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Municipal Purposes . . 

Unfunded Debts 

School Fund 


Total 


$499,400 

















Total indebtedness, funded, $499,400 (annual interest, $42,488; average 
rate, 8.51 per cent). Gas light bills unpaid, 89,944 57. Total, $509,344 57. 
The completion of the Main Lake Sewer will increase the indebtedness by 
$165,000. The sewer bonds will bear interest at the rate of S per cent, per 
annum, to mature in 1885. 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, 1874-5. 
Receipts. 

Amount from Taxes $188,950 06 

" Licenses 27,268 63 

'" " State School Fund.. 29,603 60 

" " County School Fund 14,800 00 

" " Citv Wharf 6,236 78 

" " Police Court, etc.... 8,473 20 
" " Miscellaneous 2,952 07 



Total receipts . 



$278,284 34 



Expenditures. 
City Officers and Police Court, sal- 
aries $22,738 48 

Police Department 18,538 77 

Fire Department 10,219 88 

" " Supplies & repairs 4,602 81 

" " Horse feed 852' 82 

Feeding prisoners 1,364 57 

Gas 23,662 89 

School Department, expenses. . .'. . 84,437 00 

" building 23,608 69 

Public Pound 584 46 

Interest Funded Debt 34,488 00 

Miscellaneous 19,335 79 



Total Expenditures 
Balance on hand. . . 



$244,434 16 



$ 33,850 18 

Taxable Property.— The assessment roll of the City of Oakland for 
the year 1874-5 is about $22,000,000, upon which a municipal tax of 
eightv-eight cents on each one hundred dollars is leAded, amounting to 
$193,600. 



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CITY BONDS. 
WHEN ISSUED AND THE AUTHOKITY THEREFOR 

Bonds of 1858 — Amount outstanding, $18,400. This issue was 
authorized by Act of the Legislature, approved April 2G, 1858, which 
provides for the funding of the legal indebtedness outstanding on the 
first day of May, 1858, not previously funded, and for the exchange of 
any unredeemed bonds issued under the Act of AprU 30, 1855. These 
bonds have twenty years to run, and bear interest at seven per cent, per 
annum, payable semi-annually, January and July. Brovision is made 
for the interest by an annual tax on the assessable property of the city ; 
and for the payment of the principal an additional tax, equal to one-half 
of the amount then outstanding, is authorized to be levied in each of the 
years 1876 and 1877. 

City Hall Bonds, 1868 — Amount, $50,000. Authorized by Act March 
19, 1868. These bonds are redeemable at any time within fifteen years, 
and bear interest at ten per cent. , payable annually in January. For 
the payment of the interest an annual tax is authorized, and for the 
redemption of the principal, an additional tax, not to exceed ten cents on 
each one hundred dollars of the assessable property of the city, may be 
levied, and the amount derived therefrom shall constitute a Redemption 
Fund. Whenever the fund amounts to one thousand dollars, or more, 
it shall be appropriated to the liquidation of the bonds at the lowest 
rates (not more than par value) offered by the holders thereof. Should 
a balance remain, it shall be appropriated to the liquidation of bonds in 
the order of their issue, which, if not presented after due notice, the 
interest thereon shall cease. In each of the years 1880 and 1882, a 
tax is authorized, sufficient to pay one half of the amount then out- 
standing. 

Judgment Bonds, 1868 — Amount, §16,000. Authorized by Act of 
March 28, 1868. Issued to E. B. Carpentier in satisfaction of a judg- 
ment against the city. The same provisions and guarantees that are con- 
tained in the City Hall Bond Act of March 19, 1868, regulate the issue 
and payment of the principal and interest of these bonds. 

Bonds, 1870 (to pay certain claims) — Amount, 870,000. Authorized 
by Act of March 24, 1870. Redeemable in twenty years, and bearing 
ten per cent, interest per annum, payable in January and July. For 
the payment of the interest, a property tax is authorized, and for the 
liquidation of the principal, a sinking fund is provided for from the pro- 
ceeds of an annual tax (to commence in 1880) of ten cents on each one 
hundred dollars of the assessable property of the city. Whenever this 
fund, after the payment of the annual interest, shall amount to two thou- 
sand dollars, it shall be appropriated to the liquidation of these bonds at 
the lowest rates (not more than par value) offered by the holders thereof. 
In the event of this fund not being exhausted, after a stated time the 
balance shall be appropriated to the payment, at par, of the bonds in the 
order of their issue, which, if not presented after due notice, the funds 
for the payment of the same shall remain in the treasury, and the inter- 
est thereon cease from that date. 

School Bonds, 1872 — Authorized by Act March 18, 1872. Amount, 
$50,000. Redeemable in twenty years, and bearing eight per cent, 
interest, payable in January, April, Jidy, and October. For the pay- 
ment of the interest a property tax is authorized, and for the liquidation 
of the principal, a ten per cent, tax is provided for, to commence ten 
years from the issuance of the bonds, the amount from which shall con- 
stitute a Redemption Fund. When this fund amounts to one thousand 
dollars or more, it shall be appropriated to the Hquidation of the bonds 



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at the lowest rates offered (not above par). Should there not be a 
sufficient amount of bonds offered to exhaust this fund, the Council may 
again advertise as before. All moneys remaining in this fund, together 
with a property tax to be levied in 1891. sufficient to pay the balance of 
the principal unpaid, shall constitute the Final Redemption Fund. 

Bonds, 1872 (for municipal purposes) — Authorized by Act March 27, 
1872; amount, 880,000. Redeemable in thirty years, and bearing eight 
per cent, interest, payable in January, April, July, and October, com- 
mencing with October, 1872. For the payment of the interest, an I i-3 
annual property tax is authorized, and for the payment of the principal, Ch 
an additional property tax. to commence in 1893, is provided for, of ten 2 
:.t. on each one hundred dollars, to create a fund for the redemp- xn 
tion thereof. On the 1st of February, 1893, and annually thereafter, 
when there are more than two thousand dollars over the amount sum- M 
citnt to pay the interest due on the following April and July, it shall be ,_g 
appropriated to the liquidation of the bonds at the lowest rates offered fccj 
(not above par). If the amount be not exhausted after a stated time, t* 
the balance shall be appropriated to the payment, at par, of the bonds . 
in the order of their issue, which, if not presented after due notice, »tJ 
interest thereon shall cease. |i- 

Oaktavt) Bar Bonds. — By an Act approved March 28, 1868, an issue o 
of bonds of 815.000 is authorized, the proceeds to be applied toward g 
removing obstructions at the mouth of the San Antonio Creek, so as to ro 
render the same navigable. The Council are, in addition, authorized to £_ 
raise annually, by taxation, a sum not to exceed five thousand dollars. c o 
to be applied to the same purpose. No definite action has as yet been 
taken by the Council to avail itself of these privileges, and no legislation 
having this end in view has been commenced. 

School Boots, Redemption Bonds, 187-4 — Amount, 8100,000. 
Authorized by Act, March 30. 1874. Redeemable in thirty years, and 
bearing interest at eight per cent. , payable in October, January, April, 
and July. For the purpose of creating a fund to pay and cancel other 
bonds, viz. : School Bonds 1868 and School Bonds 1870, both bearing I g' 
interest at ten per cent. The first payment of interest to be October, gj 
1875. For the payment of the interest an annual property tax is author- 
ized. and for the payment of the principal a sinking fund is provided for *"* 
from the proceeds of an annual tax (to commence in 1905), of ten cents ^ 
on each one hundred dollars of taxable property of the city. Whenever g 
this fond, after the payment of the annual interest, shall amount to two ^ 
thousand dollars, it shall be appropriated to the liquidation of these £* 
bunds at the lowest rates (not above par), offered by the holders thereof. «££ 
In the event of this fund not being exhausted after a stated time, the i-j 
balance shall be appropriated to the payment, at par, of the bonds in the g 
order "of their issue, which, if not presented after due notice, interest 
thereon shall cease. 

Foded Debt. 1874 — Amount. 8100,000. Authorized by Act, March 
30, 1>74. Redeemable in thirty years and bearing eight per cent. 
sat, payable in October, January, April, and July, commencing with 
January 2, 1875. For the payment of all unfunded indebtedness 
against the city, and to redeem all outstanding warrants existing at the 
time of the passage of this Act. Twelve thousand dollars of this fund to 
be appropriated to the erection of a public school house in East Oakland. 
For the payment of the interest an annual tax to be levied in the same 
manner as other city taxes, and for the payment of the principal, in the 
year eighteen hundred and ninety-five, a tax, not exceeding ten cents on 
each one hundred dollars of taxable property, shall be levied and set 
apart for the final redemption of the principal. On the 1st of April, 
1896, and annually thereafter, when there are more than two thousand 



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dollars in the Fund, it shall be appropriated to the liquidation of the 
bonds, at the lowest rates offered (not above par). If said bonds are not 
presented for payment and cancellation, after due notice and publication, 
interest thereon shall cease. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The first attempt to establish a Fire Department in the City of Oak- 
land was made in the early part of 1853, which resulted in the organiza- 
tion of two engine companies — the Empire and Washington — and the Oak- 
land Hook and Ladder Company, and the election of John Scott as Chief 
Engineer. Three large cisterns, which still remain in use, were soon 
after constructed on, Broadway, between First and Fourth streets, to 
supply the engines with water, and the necessary apparatus was obtained 
to give efficiency to the operations of the Department. The apparatus 
then used by the Empire Company, a small New York side-stroke engine, 
purchased originally at a cost of $2,000, is now in the Santa Clara Fire 
Department, in good condition. This organization had but a short-lived 
existence. It was within a year disbanded, the property delivered over 
to the Council, and up to 1869 Oakland had little or no means of resist- 
ing the fiery element. 

The Department was re-organized March 13, 1869, under the provisions 
of an ordinance approved February 4, 1869, by the election of John C. 
Halley as Chief Engineer, and Thomas McGuire, and George Taylor, 
assistants, who succeeded John Scott, Chief, and John C. Halley and 
W. W. Moore, assistants_, acting under authority of a previous organiza- 
tion. The apparatus of the Department comprised a third-class Amos- 
keag fire engine, purchased by the city, and a hose carriage procured by 
funds temporarily advanced by Col. John Scott. The succeeding officers 
elected in 1870, were : Miles Doody, Chief Engineer ; George Taylor and 
G. W. Scribner, assistants ; who continued in office until January 16, 
1872, when George Taylor was elected Chief Engineer, and R. E. Har- 
mon and George Farwell, assistants, who in turn were succeeded by the 
following officers : 

Officers. — Fire Commissioners, Q. A. Chase, President; Walter Smith, 
G. S. Brown, John Gieschen, Hiram Thome, George Chase, W. K. Rowell, 
and C. W. Freeman ; Secretary, Abraham Heyman, Chief Engineer, 
J. F. Steen ; Assistant Engineers, R. E. Harmon and William Myles ; 
Fire Wardens, J. F. Steen, R. E. Harmon, William Myles, and Perry 
Johnson. 

The Department was again re-organized December, 1874, and made a 
paid institution (except Brooklyn Engine No. 3, which own their apparatus 
and engine house, and still remain a volunteer organization, doing duty 
only in East Oakland), it is at present composed of a Chief Engineer and 
two assistants. The apparatus consists of two steam engines, one hand 
engine, and one hook and ladder truck ; each engine has a hose carrriage, 
and there is one extra hose carriage kept in case of necessity. The steam- 
ers and two of the hose carriages and hook and ladder truck are drawn 
by horses. 

Water for the use of the Department is obtained from seventy-three 
hydrants, supplied by the works of the Contra Costa Water Company, 
and five cisterns. 

Under the new organization the following are the officers : Chief En- 
gineer, Matthew De La Montanya, salary, $900 per annum ; assistant 
engineers, Alfred S. Baker, salary, $240 per annum, and John Dolan, 
$144 per annum. 

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Apparatus, an Amoskeag third-class engine. Organized in 1869, by the 
election of J. James Kelley, foreman ; G. Lyons and E. F. Scott, assist- 
ants. On the 24th of October, 1870, the Council declared the company, 
for inefficiency, disbanded, and a new organization was formed a few days 
thereafter, with M. M. Howe, foreman, who acted until September, 
1871, when William Trickle was elected ; H. P. Header and John Breen, 
assistants, who continued until 1872, when Moses Russell was elected 
foreman, and George W. Markley and George Cole, assistants. The 
following officers were elected under the new organization : Cornelius 
Hooley, foreman, salary, 8240 per annum; Henry Vrooman, engineer, 
salary, 8720 per annum ; George Putnam, driver, salary, 0780 per annum ; 
Thomas Ennis, driver hose cart, salary, £780 per annum ; William Ballan- 
tyne, Edward Lafort, E. Clark, N. O'Brien, S. Stephenson, salary, $144 
per annum each. 

Feltox Steam Engine Company, No. 2. — Location north side of Sixth 
between Broadway and Washington streets. Apparatus, a Silsby (Seneca 
Falls, N. Y.) improved, second-class engine. Organized November 1, 
1872. 

The present officers, under the paid department, are : Eugene Yoor- 
hees, foreman, salary, $240 per annum ; William Myles, engineer, salary, 
8720 per annum ; C. Briones, driver, salary, $780 per annum ; L. Hoff- 
man, driver hose cart, salary, 8780 per annum ; William Dewes, M. W. 
Kennedy, George Farwell, Peter S. Howell, M. Dyer, salary, 8144 per 
annum each. 

Brooklyn Engine Company", No. 3. — Location, corner East Twelfth 
Street and Fourteenth Avenue. Apparatus, a Jeffrey side-stroke engine. 
Organized May 1869. 

When the department was changed from a volunteer to a paid depart- 
ment, the corporation proposed to purchase the engine and apparatus of 
this company and make a paid company of it, but the sale was never 
completed, and it remains a volunteer company. The following are the 
present officers : William Hamilton, President ; James Moffit, foreman ; 
Edward Lawrence, first assistant ; George Lewis, second assistant ; 
Henry Turn Suden, Treasurer ; George Chase, Secretary. Members : 
Henry Hampel, V. S. Northey, J. Beitzel, B. Bangle, F. Brunges, 
George W. Babcock, John Bowman, Dan Cronin, M. P. Christianson, 
Antonio Font, Michael Pheeny, J. Fleming, J. Hughes, C. F. Hampel, 
Charles O'Kirk, Henry Leese, L. B. Larue, John Luth, Patrick Lamb, 
James Larue, W. Harleston, W. Emerson, William Handly, John Burns, 
Frank O'Connor, P. Filly, James McGrath, James McGrew, Theodore 
Meineke, B. Nedderman, H. Nedderman, W. T. Noyes, Joseph Ough, 
J. G. Rischmuller, D. Rischmuller, L. J. Rector, F. Schimmelpfennig, 
John Schneider, William Sketch, F. Schimmelpfennig, Jr., W. D. 
Thomas, Peter Saul, L. Weingart, John West, W. Walker, W. C. White, 
M. Goldsticker, Wilbam Mariante, Frederick Seiger, Antonio Swas. 

Relief Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. — Location, north side of 
Sixth between Broadway and Washington streets. Organized April 7, 
1870, by the election of Perry Johnson, President ; V. P. Terry, fore- 
man ; R. E. Harmon and J. Orr, assistants, who were succeeded in 
1872 by Perry Johnson, President (re-elected) ; Frederick Dunham, 
foreman ; E. G. Yoorhies and W. T. Myles, assistants, who were suc- 
ceeded in 1873 by Perry Johnson, President (re-elected) ; M. S. Camp- 
bell, foreman ; F. W. Gartner and E. M. Campbell, assistants. Their 
successors are the present officers : J. O. Sarpy, foreman, salary, 8240 
per annum ; William Ennis, driver, salary, 8600 per annum ; Edward 
Hope, tillerman, salary, 8600 per annum ; E. M. Campbell, D. S. 
Hirshberg, Charles Ellis, and J. C. Orr, salary, 8144 per annum, each. 

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necessity. It is expected that about the first of next year they will have 
an engine, and organize a new company in place of Live Oak Engine 
Company, No. 4, lately disbanded. 

Location of Cisterns. — Corner Second and Broadway (wood) ; Third 
and Broadway (wood) ; Fourth and Broadway (wood) ; Eighth and Broad- 
way (brick); Thirteenth and Broadway (brick). 

Fire Districts. — First District, west of Adeline Street ; Second, 
north by Twelfth, east by Broadway, south by the Water Front, west by 
Adeline Street ; Third, north by city limits, east by Broadway and 
Telegraph Avenue, south by Twelfth Street, west by Adeline Street ; 
Fourth, north by Twelfth Street, east and south by Water Front, west 
by Broadway ; Fifth, north by northern line of the city, east by 
westerly shore of Lake Merritt and a line running due north from said 
westerly line to the northern boundary of the city, south by Twelfth 
Street, west by Broadway and Telegraph Avenue ; Sixth, all of East 
Oakland. 

Police Telegraph. — Communication between the City Hall and 
prominent points throughout the city, is maintained by lines of telegraphic 
wire, running to East Oakland, Oakland Point, to the northern boundary 
line, and to the City Front. 

Stations. — City Hall, Seventh Street ; Western Union Telegraph 
Company ; Taylor & Little's Lumber Yard, First Street ; Oakland Point ; 
McClure's Military Academy ; The Theological Seminary ; Knox House, 
and Tubbs' Hotel. 

The City is now putting up telegraphic fines, extending from City 
Hall to East and West Oakland, connecting with the different engine 
houses intended to be used for the purpose of fire alarms, etc. 



STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND SEWERAGE. 

In April, 1869, the City Council appointed a Board of Engineers to 
devise and report a system of street lines and grades, and sewerage, for 
the whole city. Previous to that time there had been but little street 
work, but enough to demonstrate the necessity for a thorough and com- 
prehensive plan, by which future improvements should be made. The 
members of this Board were George F. Allardt, George Davidson, George 
E. Gray, Milo Hoadley, and W. F. Boardman, the then City Engineer. 
In December, 1869, the Board submitted its report to the City Council. 
The lines and grades then recommended, and a system of sewerage, were 
immediately thereafter adopted, and have ever since been faithfully 
adhered to. The immense amount of work done since that tune demon- 
strates the wisdom and foresight of the engineers. Excepting only the 
marsh lands that are at times submerged by the tide, all the land within 
the limits of the city can be drained, and in nearly every locality sewers 
can be laid deep enough to admit the construction of cellars. The con- 
struction of two main sewers is part of the original design. One of these, 
designated as the "Creek Sewer," debouches from Lake Merritt near the 
Twelfth Street Dam, and runs thence along Lake Shore Avenue to East 
Front Street, thence along East Front Street to South Front Street, 
thence to Market Street, thence to Hudson Street, and thence to the 
shore of the Bay, to connect with a tidal canal. Its length will be 3.18 
miles. 

The second is termed the Lake Sewer. It leaves Lake Merritt at 
Delger Street, and runs thence to San Pablo Avenue, thence to Twenty- 
first Street, thence to Market Street, and thence on the line of Twenty- 
second Street to the Bay of San Francisco. Its length is 1.84 miles. 



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During the past year work has been commenced upon this sewer by virtue 
of an Act of the Legislature of 1873-4. The territory to be drained is 
to pay for this improvement, and in general terms it may be described as 
that part of the city south of the Charter Line and north of Fourteenth 
Street. The issuance of bonds was authorized, the same to be a lien 
upon the land. For five years after the date of their issuance, the City 
Assessor is required to assess this property to pay interest on the bonds, 
and during the second term of five years a sufficient tax is to be levied to 
redeem one fifth of the total amount of bonds, annually. The tax is to 
be in accordance with the number of square feet of property alfected, 
not according to its valuation. The area of the territory affected is fifty- 
two million six hundred and sixty -three thousand two hundred and 
twenty-eight square feet, or one thousand two hundred and eleven and 
one half acres. The entire cost of the work is $165,000, and the assess- 
ments upon ordinary building lots will consequently be so small that they 
will hardly be felt, while the improvement will be almost invaluable. 
The specifications for this great work were prepared by T. J. Arnold, 
City Engineer, and regard was had solely to the permanence and dura- 
bility of the structure, its cost being a secondary consideration. When 
the natural foundation is sufficiently solid, the sewer is to be of brick. 
It will be five feet wide and five and one half feet high, in the clear, the 
bottom is an inverted arch, of a recline of six and one half feet, the sides 
are vertical, the top is a semicircular arch. The length of the brick 
section is five thousand five hundred and eighty-five and one quarter 
feet. Where the foundation is not of sufficient solidity, the sewer will 
be of wood, five feet by five and a half feet in size, and these parts are 
of an aggregate length of four thousand three hundred and thirty-nine 
feet, making the total length of the sewer nine thousand nine hundred 
and twenty -four and one quarter feet. The brick section is to cost 
$126,850, the wood section, $38,150, these being the figures at which 
the contracts were awarded. There will be used two and one half million 
bricks and five thousand barrels of cement, and four hundred and ten 
piles are to be driven. At the date of this compdation, the work is rapidly 
advancing. 

During the eighteen months ending June 30, 1875, the following street 
work has been completed : 

STREETS. COST. 

Polk from Washington to Railroad Av. , grading, curbing, and 

macadamizing $ 1,982 11 

East Eleventh from Eleventh Av. to Thirteenth Av. , grading, 

curbing, and macadamizing 2,732 90 

Thirteenth Av. from East Fourteenth to East Sixteenth, grad- 

• ing and curbing 1,063 81 

East Eleventh and Thirteenth Av. , culverts and macadamizing 372 80 
Thirteenth Av. from East Twelfth to East Sixteenth, culverts 

and sidewalks 2,702 30 

Clay from Seventh to Eighth, grading, curbing, and macadam- 
izing 803 10 

Charter from Telegraph to San Pablo avs, grading, curbing, 

and macadamizing 4,203 64 

Twentieth Av. from East Twelfth to East Sixteenth, grading 

and curbing 1,711 08 

Thirteenth Av. from East Twelfth to East Sixteenth, curbing 

and macadamizing 3,437 02 

Alice from Third to Fourteenth, sidewalks 943 29 

Sixth Av. from East Nineteenth to East Eighth, sidewalks . . . 1,521 25 

Third from Madison to Filbert, sidewalks 1,700 00 

Railroad Av. from Wood to Pine, grading and macadamizing. 2,333 68 



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Seventh Av. from East Ninth to East Seventeenth, sidewalks 

Washington from First to Eighth, sidewalks 

Castro from Seventh to Twelfth, sidewalks 

Twelfth and Market, crossing 

Thirteenth Av. from East Eleventh to East Sixteenth, walks. 

Third from Webster to Harrison, curbs and sidewalks 

Second Av. from East Eleventh to East Twelfth, grading and 

curbing 

Fifth from Market to Linden, grading and macadamizing. . . . 
East Fourteenth from Fifteenth Av. to East Charter Line, 

sidewalks 2,116 11 

Wood from Railroad Av. to Twelfth, sidewalks 494 43 

East Tenth from Ninth to Tenth avs, grading and macadam- 
izing 1,024 85 

Elm from San Pablo Av. to Grove, grading and macadamizing 1,694 95 
East Eleventh from Eleventh to Sixth avs, grading and curbing 2,912 17 
Twelfth Av. from East Twelfth to East Fifteenth, grading and 

curbing 434 70 

Telegraph Av. from Charter to northern city line, grading and 

macadamizing 21,089 91 

Ninth Av. from East Tenth to East Twelfth, grading and 

curbing 620 60 

East Fourteenth from Sixth to Fifteenth avs, grading and 

curbing 10,398 81 

Eighth from Broadway to Webster, re-macadamizing 2,983 34 

Third Av. from East Tenth to East Fifteenth, grading and 

curbing 1,700 59 

East Eighteenth from Seventh to Eighth avs, grading 239 45 

Brush from Twelfth to San Pablo Av. , grading and curbing. . 2,815 25 
Tenth Av. from East Tenth to East Eleventh, grading and 

macadamizing 1,179 38 

Eleventh Av. from East Twelfth to East Seventeenth, grading 

and macadamizing 5,307 01 

Frederick from San Pablo to Telegraph avs, grading and mac- 
adamizing 2,137 81 

Brush from Twelfth to Fourteenth, grading and macadamizing 1,737 25 

Taylor from Peralta to Pine, sidewalks 235 51 

San Pablo Av. from Fifteenth to Market, sidewalks 1,773 93 

East Fifteenth from Sixteenth to Twenty-first avs, grading 

and curbing 2,224 72 

Tenth Av. from East Fifteenth to East Sixteenth, grading, 

curbing, and macadamizing 1,337 93 

East Nineteenth from Sixth to Seventh avs, grading and curb- 
ing 371 30 

Eighth Av. from East Tenth to East Eighteenth, grading and 

curbing 1,344 17 

Twelfth Av. from East Fourteenth to East Sixteenth, grading 

and macadamizing 1,816 76 

East Seventeenth from Sixth to Ninth avs, grading and curbing 713 82 
East Fifteenth from Twelfth to Thirteenth avs, macadamizing 798 02 
Fifteenth Av. from East Fourteenth to East Sixteenth, grading 1,894 60 

Nineteenth from Telegraph to San Pablo avs, sidewalks 304 75 

Myrtle from Eighth to Fifth, grading, curbing, and macadam- 
izing 2,573 38 

Tenth Av. from East Fifteenth to East Sixteenth, grading, 

curbing, and macadamizing 2,924 00 

East Fourteenth from Tenth to Fifteenth avs, walks 657 60 

Seventh Av. from East Eighteenth to East Nineteenth, grading 357 80 



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Pine from Railroad Av. to Atlantic, sidewalks 346 65 

East Sixteenth from Fourth to Tenth avs, sidewalks 294 86 

Fourteenth from Brush to Castro, regrading 253 83 

Myrtle from Third to Fourteenth, sidewalks 1,309 70 

East Fifteenth from Twelfth to Thirteenth avs, sidewalks .... 93 68 

East Eleventh from Fifth to Eleventh avs, macadamizing. . . . 5,680 99 

East Fourteenth from Sixth to Tenth avs, sidewalks 274 85 

Crossings of East Twelfth and Eighth, Ninth, and Eleventh 

avs, culverts 721 09 

Railroad Av. from Willow to Bay, sidewalks 218 37 

Willow from Taylor to Railroad Av. , sidewalks 487 13 

Eighth from Market to Brush, sidewalks 152 97 

Clay from Tenth to Twelfth, grading, curbing, and macadamiz- 
ing 1,494 64 

Thirteenth from Broadway to Market, grading, curbing, and 

macadamizing 11,844 15 

East Sixteenth from Fifteenth to Eighteenth avs, grading. . . . 2,580 25 

Chase from Wood to Willow, sidewalks 153 91 

Seventeenth Av. from East Fifteenth to East Sixteenth, grad- 
ing 229 41 

Eighth from Wood to Market, sidewalks, 2,208 24 

First Av. from East Twelfth to East Fourteenth, grading and 

curbing 1,394 48 

Franklin from Delger to Fourteenth, grading and curbing. . . . 2,700 85 
Castro from Third to Fourteenth, grading, curbing, and macad- 
amizing 9,238 09 

Total $153,017 36 

During the eighteen months under revision, sewers have been com- 
pleted as follows : 

STREETS. COST. 

Eighth from Willow to Wood, 1,774 feet. $ 2,751 23 

Franklin from Twelfth to Delger, 2,459 feet 3,511 15 

Filbert from Seventh to First, 1,711 feet 2,206 12 

Fifth Av. from East Twelfth to San Antonio Creek, 1,292 feet 2,143 12 

Delger from Telegraph A v. halfway to San Pablo Av., 572 feet 686 57 

Myrtle from Third to Tenth, 2,171 feet 3,546 83 

Thirteenth Av. from East Twelfth to railroad embankment, 

554feet 1,016 24 

Telegraph Av. south of Delger, 748 feet 1,243 80 

Grove from First to Fourteenth, 3,680 feet 5,954 50 

Chester from Railroad Av. to Third, 1,138 feet 1,527 36 

Total length, 16,099 feet. Total cost $24,586 92 

SUMMARY. ' 

Cost of street work (except sewers) prior to Jan. 1st, 1874. .$468,999 71 

Same for eighteen months ending June 30th, 1875 153,017 36 

Estimate for Brooklyn before annexation to Oakland 125,000 00 



Total cost $747,017 07 

Sewers prior to January 1st, 1874, 42,756 lineal feet $52,989 26 

Same for eighteen months ending June 30th, 1875 24,586 92 



Total $77,576 18 

The total cost of all descriptions of street work done by public authority 
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CHURCHES. 
FIRST BAPTIST. 

Location, southeast corner of Fourteenth and Brush streets. Rev. B. 
S. McLafferty, Pastor ; dwl west side Market between Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth streets. 

This church was organized in December, 1854, under the labors of 
Rev. E. J. Willis, missionary. 

The first house of worship was dedicated December, 1854, being the 
second Protestant church edifice erected in Oakland, and was located at 
the corner of Fifth and Jefferson streets; cost, including lot, about 
$2,000. 

Mr. Willis' pastorate terminated in June, 1856. In May, 1857, Rev. 
Harvey Gilbert began his ministry with the church, and four months 
later, was settled as Pastor. He resigned in December, 1858, and was 
succeeded in the pastorate by Rev. J. B. Saxton. 

Rev. John Francis succeeded Mr. Saxton in May, 1863, About this 
time the house of worship was removed to the corner of Ninth and Clay 
streets — a more eligible location in view of the rapid growth of the city. 

The resignation of Mr. Francis was accepted in July, 1864. In No- 
vember, of the same year, Rev. A. L. Baker, was chosen to the pastorate, 
but was compelled to resign within a few months on account of declining 
health. 

In July, 1865, Rev. B. T. Martin was chosen and served as Pastor for 
nearly six years. It was during the pastorate of Mr. Martin that the 
present house of worship was built. 

From February, 1871, till June, 1873, the church was without a Pastor. 
At this time Rev. R. F. Parshall was chosen Pastor. His resignation 
was accepted in October, 1873. 

In May, 1874, Rev. B. S. McLafferty, the present incumbent, began 
his ministry with the church, and in December following accepted its call 
to the pastorate. It is seldom the fortune of any church to prosper as 
has the First Baptist Church of Oakland during the last year. Indebt- 
edness to the amount of nearly $9,000 ] ias been cancelled, congregations 
have greatly increased, peace and harmony have prevailed, between eighty 
and ninety persons have been added to the membership, and now this 
church, occupying at present the most beautiful and costly house of 
worship (Protestant) in our city, no longer embarrassed by the condition 
of its finances, has before it a most hopeful future. 

The Sunday School of this church was organized in 1854. It is now 
prosperous under the superintendency of Prof. A. W. Brodt. Time of 
meeting, half past two o'clock p.m. Chinese class meets at six o'clock 

P.M. 

Officers. — H. Gurthwaite, Clerk; W. W. Gurthwaite, Treasurer ; John 
R. Mason, Dr. J. R. Brad way, S. F. Gilcrest, George Jeffrey, William 
Watts, Trustees, 

BAPTIST— EAST OAKLAND. 

Location, northeast corner of East Fourteenth Street and Tenth 
Avenue. Rev. Thomas G. McLean, Pastor ; residence, southeast corner 
of Twelfth Avenue and East Nineteenth Street. 

This church was organized February 9, 1860, with twelve members. 
The Rev. J. B. Saxton was unanimously chosen Pastor at the time of 
organization, and officiated until May, 1863, when he resigned. He was 
succeeded by the Rev. John Francis, in June, 1863, who held the pas- 
torate until December, 1869. From that time the church was supplied 
by Rev. E. Andrews, Rev. C. B. Egan, and Rev. T. C. Jamison, until 



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September, 1871, when the Rev. William Perry took charge and officiated 
until November, 1872, since which time the church had no settled Pastor 
until 1873, when the present Pastor was unanimously chosen. Number 
of communicants, July, 1875, about forty. 

The lot on which the church stands was donated by Mr. A. K. Warner. 
The erection of the edifice was commenced April 16, 1860 ; it was com- 
pleted and dedicated the following September. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized in 1860. 
It has an average attendance of one hundred teachers and scholars, and a 
library of three hundred volumes. Meets immediately after morning 
service. Superintendent, J. Bynan. 

Officers. — A. K Warner and J. Bynan, Deacons; Branson Bangle, E. 
Grover, William Bamford, and S. Hilton, Trustees. 

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL. 

Location, northeast corner of Washington and Tenth streets. Rev. 
J. K. McLean, Pastor ; residence, 1008 Washington Street. 

This church was organized December 9, 1860, with a membership of 
seventeen persons. The Rev. George Pierson, of the Brooklyn Presby- 
terian Church, officiated as Pastor until May 6, 1861, when the Rev. 
George Mooar was called to the pastorate, and continued in charge until 
May, 1872, when the present Pastor arrived. At present there are about 
three hundred and seventy-five communicants. 

The society which has charge of the finances of the church was organized 
January 7, 1861. In the following September they purchased a block of 
land, bounded by Broadway, Washington, Tenth, and Eleventh streets, for 
$1,400, one half of which they sold in 1872 for the sum of $65,000. 

The church edifice was dedicated June 8, 1862, and cost, including 
furniture, $11,345. In 1867 the building was enlarged at an expense of 
$3,500, and in 1868 a chapel erected at an additional cost of $2,500. In 
the Spring of 1872 the church and chapel were removed, enlarged, and 
refitted, at an expense of $8,000. A new site has just been purchased 
on the corner of Washington and Thirteenth streets, upon which a new 
church will probably be erected in 1876. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized in 
December, 1860. It has an average attendance of two hundred and 
seventy-five teachers and scholars, and a library of one thousand vol- 
umes. Meets at half past twelve o'clock p.m. Superintendent, A. H. 
Post. The church has under its control the Mission Sunday School, 
located on the corner of Third and Castro streets, organized in 1868, 
with an attendance of about one hundred and fifty ; Superintendent, F. 
W. Gill; also, a Chinese school of over one hundred scholars, E. P. 
Sanford, Superintendent. 

Officers.— T. B. Bigelow, R. E. Cole, E. P. Flint, A. P. Flint, I. W. 
Knox, and E. P. Sanford, Deacons ; C. W. Kellogg, Clerk and Treasurer. 

SECOND CONGREGATIONAL. 

Location, south side of Wood Street near Willow, Oakland Point. Rev. 
C. H. Pope, Pastor. 

This church was organized May 31, 1868, with a membership of nine 
persons. The Rev. Eli Corwin was installed Pastor, in November, 1868, 
and resigned January 1, 1870. He was succeeded by the Rev. David B. 
Gray, who was installed August 9, 1870, and officiated until August, 
1873. Number of communicants, about eighty. 

The edifice occupied by this congregation was dedicated August 31, 
1868, and cost, including lot, about $4,500. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized August 



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12, 1867. It has an attendance of one hundred and seventy-five teachers 
and scholars, and a library of three hundred volumes. Meets at half past 
twelve o'clock p.m.; Superintendent, James Stratton. 

Officers. — L. P. Collins and Jarvis Jewett, Deacons; J. A. Folger, 
Jacob Collyer, W. S. Snook, L. P. Collins, and Q. A. Chase, Trustees. 

PLYMOUTH AVENUE CONGKEGATIONAL. 

The Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church is situated on Plymouth 
Avenue, corner of Elm Street, one block east of Telegraph Avenue. The 
church was organized by Council, April 9, 1874. Present number of 
members, sixty. Sendees are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock ; the 
first Sunday evening of each month at half past seven o'clock ; and every 
Wednesday evening at half past seven o'clock. 

The Sunday School is held at the close of the morning service, each 
Sunday ; Frank Barrows, Superintendent ; S. F. Daniels, Assistant 
Superintendent ; Benj. Wall, Librarian ; J. C. Ferrell, Assistant 
Librarian. Number of pupils enrolled, one hundred and seventy ; average 
attendance, one hundred and twenty ; volumes in library, two hundred ; 
papers distributed, one hundred and thirty. 

Officers. — Professors Benton and Moore, Pastors; W. K. Rowell, 
Abel Whitton, and Charles F. Whitton, Deacons ; W. M. Boyd, W. K. 
Rowell, W. H. Love, D. S. Sutton, and S. F. Daniels, Trustees ; J. C. 
Ferrell, Clerk. 

ST. JOHN'S— EPISCOPAL. 

Location, west side of Grove Street, between Seventh and Eighth. 
Rev. Benjamin Akerly, D.D. , Rector; residence, west side of Adeline 
Street, between West Fourteenth and West Sixteenth. The Rector is 
in his study, rear of the church, daily, from nine o'clock a.m. till twelve M. 

This church had an humble origin when Oakland numbered but few 
houses, and not over a hundred inhabitants. During the Summer of 
1852, two families met and worshiped unitedly until a member of one of 
the families fell seriously ill, when the sendees were discontinued. 

In August, 1853, Rev. Dr. Ver Mehr, Rector of Grace Church, San 
Francisco, visited Oakland to aid in the establishment of a church, and 
with much difficulty a meeting of twelve persons was convened. For 
various reasons, however, the project was for the time abandoned. 
Toward the close of the same year, the Rev. Dr. Morgan appeared, and 
preached a sermon to a small but attentive audience beneath the branches 
of one of Oakland's shady trees ; and so favorable was the impression 
then made, that it was determined that a covered church of some kind 
should be procured by the following Sunday, if the reverend gentleman 
would repeat his visit. A large tent, twenty-five by seventy feet, was 
erected, with a cross upon the apex to designate the object of the struc- 
ture, and a temporary pulpit fitted up. Mr. Morgan, however, was in 
some manner detained, but a Presbyterian minister, the Rev. Mr. Wals- 
worth, who had incidentally visited Oakland, being present in the con- 
gregation, was invited to officiate. The same week the tent and appur- 
tenances were sold to the Presbyterians. 

In December, 1854, the Right Rev. Bishop Kip celebrated divine ser- 
vice in a room that had been prepared for the purpose. In January, 
1855, the missionary, Rev. E. W. Syle arrived, and became acting Rector 
of the embryo parish. The first communion service was celebrated on 
Sunday, February 4, when eleven communed with the Rector. On 
March 5, of the same year, the parish was regularly incorporated and 
trustees elected, but it was not until the 8th of August following that a 
constitution and by-laws were finally adopted. During the same month 






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a rented room was fitted up as a church, with benches, at a cost of 8150, 
current expenses being met by collections every Sunday. 

The Rev. Mr. Syle resigned January, 1856, and from that time lay 
services were regularly held, Bishop Kip occasionally officiating. In July, 
1856, the Rev. James W. Capen became Rector, and continued in charge 
until 1857, when he resigned. On March 1st, 1858, the present Rector 
entered upon the discharge of his duties. 

A lot was purchased in 1860 for the sum of S-450, and a church edifice 
erected thereon at a cost of 32,600, which has since been enlarged twice, j cj 
The church was consecrated to divine service March 1, 1860. Number j H 
of communicants, August, 1875, one hundred and fifty. j ©i 

Services every Sunday at eleven o'clock a.m. On week days, daily _~ 
morning prayer, at eleven o'clock. Holy Communion, the first Sunday \ PS 
of each month ; also upon each saint's day and festival. j i-j 

Mission services on Sunday at Temescal in the school house at three [ td 
o'clock p.m.; evening prayer and sermon at four o'clock p.m., and at I t* 
Oakland Point at half past seven o'clock p.m. I ££ 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized April, 
1858. It has an attendance of one hundred and fifty teachers and scholars. 
Meets at forty-five minutes past nine o'clock a.m. Superintendent, Wal- 
ter W. Blow. 

Officers. — R. W. Kirkham, Senior Warden; Charles D. Haven, Junior 
Warden ; Dr. W. J. Younger, Clerk ; James Be Fremery, Robert H. 
Bennett, Joseph W. Jordan, and Frank Soule', Jr. , Vestrymen ; David 
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ST. PAUL'S-EPISCOPAL. 

Location, southeast corner of Twelfth and Webster streets. Rev. 
J. Lewis Parks, Rector; residence, Telegraph Avenue between Delger 
and Hobart streets. 

This church was organized January 19, 1871, with a membership of 
twenty. The Rev. Thomas Williams was placed temporarily in charge, 
and officiated until May, 1871, when Charles W. Turner was called and 
officiated until December, 1874, when the present Rector was called to 
the parish. 

Immediately after the date of organization, the congregation purchased 
a lot and edifice for the siun of §10,000, fitting it for divine service at a 
cost of $2,500 additional. In August, 1872, the church building was 
enlarged and greatly improved at an expense of S-L000. It will now 
accommodate three hundred and fifty people ; and besides the church 
itself has a vestry room and two large rooms for the Sunday school and 
other purposes. Number of communicants, July, 1875, one hundred and 
twenty. 

The* Sunday school connected with the church was organized January, 
1871. It has an attendance of about eighty teachers and scholars, and 
a library of one hundred and fifty volumes. Meets at half past nine 
o'clock A.M. 

Officers. — Allen I. Gladding, Senior Warden; Watson Webb, Junior 
Warden and Treasurer ; John C. Kelton, Secretary ; John A. Stanly, 
John B. Harmon, Thomas Yolland, William C. Parker, George A. Par- 
ker, E. B. Marsh, A. T. Elliott, and David H. Ward, Vestrymen. 

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT— EPISCOPAL. 

Location, southwest corner of Seventeenth Avenue and East Four- 
teenth Street. Rev. Sidney Wilbur, Rector; residence, with James 
McGrath, south side Sixteenth Avenue near East Sixteenth Street. 

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of St. John's Church, Oakland, was the first Rector, and officiated until 
February 25, 1866, when he was succeeded by the Rev. Daniel Wills. 
In 1869 Mr. Wills resigned, and was succeeded by the Rev. Daniel 
Kendig, who continued in charge until July, 1870. In January, 1871, 
the present Rector entered upon the discharge of his duties. Number 
of communicants, June, 1875, fifty-eight. 

In the Spring of 1860, James B. Larue, Esq., donated to the parish 
two lots on the corner of Broadway and Adams streets, and the same 
year the church edifice was erected, at a cost of $2,400. Since that date, 
the sum of $600 has been expended in improving the building and lots. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized in 1860. 
It has an attendance of eighty teachers and scholars, and a library of 
two hundred volumes. Meets at half past nine o'clock a.m. Superin- 
tendent, Rev. Sidney Wilbur. 

Officers. — A. F. Rodgers, Senior Warden; C. M. Nichols, Junior 
Warden ; J. West Martin, L. J. Rector, Walter Turnbull, Daniel Hutch- 
ings, and A. H. Webb, Vestrymen ; Henry Steere, Treasurer and Clerk. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Location, southwest corner of Washington and Ninth streets. Rev. 
C V. Anthony, Pastor; residence, 917 Alice Street. 

This church was organized in 1862, through the exertions of Rev. C. 
E. Rich, who entered upon his duties as Pastor in September of the 
same year, and continued in charge until September, 1864, when he was 
succeeded by the Rev. C. Miller, who officiated one year. The Rev. H. 
H. Hartwell next took charge, until September, 1866, when he was suc- 
ceeded by the Rev. L. Walker, who officiated until September, 1869, 
when he was succeeded by the Rev. T. S. Dunn, who officiated until 
September, 1872, when the Rev. W. J. McClay served for one year, and 
was followed by the present Pastor. In December, 1862, a small build- 
ing was erected on the corner of Sixth and Washington streets, and used 
as a chapel until 1864, when the society purchased a lot for the sum of 
$1,000, and erected the edifice now occupied by them at a cost of about 
$4,500. The society has recently purchased land on the southwest corner 
of Fourteenth and Clay streets for $10,000, on which they are erecting 
a fine substantial church to cost about $35,000. Number of communi- 
cants, June, 1875, three hundred and thirty-two. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized Decem- 
ber, 1862. It has an average attendance of two hundred teachers and 
scholars, and a library of eight hundred and ninety-three volumes. 
Three hundred and ten Sunday school papers and magazines are distrib- 
uted monthly. Sabbath school meets at half past nine o'clock a.m. 
Services at eleven o'clock a.m. 

Officers.— E. W. Playter, M. S. Hurd, George Miller, W. H. Rouse, 
J. H. Redstone, W. S. Bouton, J. W. Carrick, James Dods, R. E. 
Wenk, William Bartling, M. T. Holcomb. 

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Location, southeast corner of Market and Seventh streets. (Vacant), 
Pastor. 

This church had its origin in 1862, when a small congregation was 
brought together through the exertions of Mr. Abram Gross, who 
preached to them for a time in a school house near the corner of Clay 
and Fifth streets. They afterwards worshiped for a few months at the 
residence of a member of the congregation, and then in the public school 
house at Brooklyn. 

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edifice which they now occupy, for the sum of $700. Mr. John Lane, a 
local preacher, then took charge and officiated about one year. Since his 
connection with the church ceased, several local preachers officiated suc- 
cessively until the Spring of 1872, when the Rev. James Dorsey took 
charge, in 1874 he was succeeded by the Rev. James B. Sanderson, who 
officiated until his death in August of the present year. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized in 1868. 
It has an attendance of about forty teachers and scholars. Meets at 
one o'clock p.m. Superintendent, William Harris. 

Officers. — Abram Gross, Isaac Flood, and Prince Williams, Stewards; 
Cornelius Francis Abram Gross, Isaac Flood, William Wesley, George 
Howard, Isaac West, and Lewis Whiting, Trustees. 

GERMAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL. 

Rev. F. Bonn, Pastor ; dwelling, south side Brown Street, between 
Telegraph Avenue and Grove Street. This church was organized in the 
Fall of 1872, with a membership of eight. 

Services are held every Sunday at three p.m. , at the Methodist Church, 
corner Xinth and Washington streets. The congregation contemplate 
erecting a church edifice of their own as soon as practicable. 

The Sunday school connected with the church meets at two o'clock p. M. 

Officers. — Christian Rode and August Kaese, Stewards. 

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 

Location, northeast corner of Franklin and Fourteenth streets. Rev. 
James Eells, D.D., Pastor; residence, southwest corner Telegraph Avenue 
and Hobart Street. 

This church was organized March 26, 1853, and admitted to the Pres- 
bytery of San Francisco on the eighth of November of that year, making it 
the oldest church organization in Oakland. The sacrament of the Lord's 
Supper was first celebrated in the Oakland Free School, Rev. S. B. Bell 
officiating. Some years afterwards the society built a frame church 
edifice at the corner of Seventh and Webster streets. This building was 
in a few years more moved to the southeast corner of Thirteenth and 
Broadway streets, when the society purchased a small piece of land, one 
hundred feet on Broadway and one hundred and fifty feet on Thirteenth 
streets. In 1874 the society sold this land for $24,000, and obtained 
$2,000 for the building. With this proceeds they immediately began to 
erect the present convenient and handsome structure, now occupied by 
them, on the corner of Fourteenth and Franklin streets, the corner stone 
of which was laid April 24, 1875. 

The lot on which this church stands has a frontage, on the north side 
of Fourteenth Street, of one hundred and fifty feet, and on the east side 
of Franklin of two hundred and six feet. The building fronts on Four- 
teenth Street, to the south. The main building is one hundred feet 
wide, ninety-four feet deep, and seventy-two feet high at the apex. 
This contains an auditorium a little more than semi-circular in form, 
ninety-six feet wide, seventy-six feet deep on first floor (eighty-five feet 
including gallery over vestibule), and fifty-five feet high, and contains 
one hundred and sixty pews, and seats seven hundred and fifty-six per- 
sons on first floor. The towers are eighteen feet square ; the more lofty one, 
one hundred and ninety-five feet and the other one hundred and forty feet 
high. Over the vestibule is a gallery gained by a staircase in either 
tower, which contains thirty-four pews, besides wall seats, and will seat 
two hundred and fifty persons, making the total capacity of the church 
one thousand and six. The auditorium is lighted in the evening by a 
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auditorium, and gives a soft and pleasant light. The ceiling of this room 
is arched and the roof is supported by three immense trusses, the strength 
of which is unquestioned. 

The rear building is sixty-eight feet wide and seventy-eight feet deep, 
and contains the organ loft, pastor's study, and a lecture room thirty-six 
feet wide, thirty-two feet deep, and forty-three feet high in center. This 
room is surrounded on three sides by a gallery fifteen feet wide, and 
when the main room and the rooms under this gallery are thrown into one 
by opening the folding doors, it gives a room of fifty-two by sixty-six feet. 

The building is a model for a church and supplies all the conveniences 
necessary for social gatherings or Sunday school purposes. The organ 
was made by Messrs. Bevington & Sons of London, and cost $4,600, 
delivered and placed in position. The entire cost of the church property, 
including the organ and furnishing, is $78,600. 

Messrs. Wright & Sanders, of San Francisco, were the architects and 
Mr. W. E. Boone was the builder. 

The following pastors have been settled over this church : Rev. S. B. 
Bell, D.D.; E. B. Walsworth, D.D.; J. D. Strong, L. Hamilton, L. 
W. Poor, D.D., and the present pastor, Rev. James Eells, D.D., who 
assumed charge in July, 1874. 

Officers.— E. Bigelow, J. J. Gardiner, W. C. Dodge, C. W. Amies, G. 
W. Armes, W. S. Bartlett, and J. B. Ford, Elders ; W. H. Knight, J. 
M. Self ridge, C. K. Clark, J. L. Barker, and C. P. Hoag, Deacons ; W. 
C. Dodge, Clerk ; C. P. Hoag, Superintendent of Sunday school ; G. M. 
Grant, Superintendent of Chinese Sunday school. 

The officers of the society are : E. J. Crane, President ; J. B. Ford, 
J. W. Shanklin, C. W. Banks, J. L. Barker, and G. H. Gray, Trustees ; 
W. H. Friend, Secretary. 

PRESBYTERIAN— EAST OAKLAND. 

Location, northeast corner of East Fourteenth Street and Fifteenth 
Avenue. Rev. W. H. Dean, Pastor ; residence, 749 East Fourteenth. 

This church was organized February 17, 1861, with ten members. 
The Rev. George Pierson was the first Pastor, and officiated until 1870. 
From that time the Rev. Oliver Hemstreet, Rev. E. H. Camp, and 
others, acted as stated supplies until December, 1872, when the Rev. T. 
M. Dawson, in response to a unanimous call from the congregation, en- 
tered upon the discharge of his duties, and was installed Pastor on the 
thirteenth of February, 1873. He continued in charge until May 1, 1875, 
when he resigned and the present Pastor took charge. Number of com- 
municants, August, 1875, seventy. 

The chiuch edifice was erected in the Summer of 1861, at a cost of 
$4,700. The lot on which it stands is seventy-five by one hundred and 
fifty feet, and was donated to the society by James B. Larue, Esq. In 
1867, the building was improved at an additional expense of $1,800, and 
a bell for the edifice purchased for the sum of $1,000. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized in the 
Spring of 1861, with eight teachers and forty scholars. At present, 
there are one hundred and fifty teachers and scholars, and a library of 
one thousand volumes. Meets at half past twelve o'clock p.m. Super- 
intendent, J. H. Sumner. 

Oncers.— J. H. Sumner, Elder; V. S. Northey, W. C. Mason, Frank 
Hostetter, David Carrick, and W. A. Bray, Trustees. 

INDEPENDENT PRESBYTERIAN. 

Location, southeast corner of Jefferson and Twelfth streets. Rev. L. 
Hamilton, Pastor ; residence, 1165 Jackson Street near Twelfth. 



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This church was organized February 28, 1869, and is the only one of a 
similar character in California. The Pastor of this congregation officiated 
for several years as Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in this city, 
but for opinions expressed by him he was tried before the Presbytery, 
and subsecmently before the Synod, resulting in his being deposed by 
those bodies February 24, 1869. A large portion of Mr. Hamilton's 
congregation, who were opposed to this decision of the Presbytery and 
Synod, determined upon organizing another society, and secured Brayton 
Hall as a temporary place of worship, where services were held until the 
Spring of 1870, when the edifice now occupied by the congregation was 
erected at a cost, including lot, of about §22,500. Number of communi- 
cants, June, 1875, about one hundred. 

The Sunday school connected with the church was organized March 
6, 1869. It has an attendance of one hundred and thirty-seven teachers 
and scholars, and a library of five hundred volumes. Meets at half past H 



nine o'clock a.m. Superintendent, Wm. H. Jordan. 

Trustees. — Walter Blair, General George A. Nourse, T. J. Arnold, 
Joseph Gillivray, C. W. Phelps, C. W. Reid, G. W. Grayson, J. L. N. 
Shepard, and W. W. Spaulding, President. 

FIRST GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN. 

Rev. William Buehren, Pastor ; residence, west side of Eighth Avenue 
between East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth streets, East Oakland. 

This church was organized in 1873, with a membership of thirty-three, 
and received under the care of the Presbytery of San Francisco. 

At present services are held every Sunday at eleven o'clock a. AT., in 
Odd Fellows' Hall, corner of Franklin and Eleventh streets. 

Officers. — Julius F. Heimbold and A. H. Buehren, Elders; H. Kirch- 
heiner and John H. Dreyer, Deacons. 

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gregation was brought together by the united labors of Elders James I ^ 
White, J. X. Loughborough, and D. M. Canright, during a tent meeting 
held from the month of April to July ; it now numbers over fifty com- 
municants. Regular services are held at their Hall, corner Broadway I S* 
and Twelfth streets, Sabbath (Saturday), at eleven o'clock a. m. , and on <? 
Sunday and Wednesday evenings. It also has a Sabbath school of nearly | *|j 
one hundred scholars and teachers ; exercises commence at ten o'clock a. m. m 

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE COXCEPTIOX-ROMAX CATHOLIC • g 

Location, west side of Jefferson Street, between Seventh and Eighth. 
Re v. Michael King, Pastor; Rev. Lawrence Serda, Assistant. Pastoral 
residence adjoining the church. 

Twenty years ago a room in a private house served as a place of wor- 
ship for the Catholics of Oakland, and nearly the whole of the present 
County of Alameda. A priest from the Mission of San Jose occasionally 
made a visit to celebrate mass and administer the sacraments, and even 
these occasional visits had to be omitted during the rainy season, owing 
to the bad roads. The first church, a building of the most modest 
description, was erected in 1853 through the exertions of a few of the 
congregation, and for some time was the only Catholic place of worship 
in the whole of Alameda and Contra Costa counties, with the exception 
of the old Mission. Subsequent additions, made by the Rev. Fathers 
Croke and King, increased the size of this edifice until it was capable of 
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entirely inadequate to the needs of the population of Oakland, although 
three new parishes had been formed in the county. In 1869, Father 
King determined to erect a church on a scale commensurate with the 
promised importance of this city. Plans accordingly were prepared for 
a building surpassing in dimensions anything in the State, though only 
with the intention of erecting a part of it at first, a design which has 
been earned out in the present structure. The foundations were laid in 
that year, but various causes retarded any further progress until May, 
1871, when the superstructure was commenced, and pushed vigorously 
forward. Although not quite completed, the church was dedicated on 
the 23d of June, 1872. The ceremony of dedication was performed 
by the Most Rev. Archbishop Alemany. The sermon was preached by 
Father Gallagher, to whom, nearly twenty years before, the Catholics of 
Oakland were in a great measure indebted for their first place of wor- 
ship. The entire cost of the building is about $33,000. It will seat 
about twelve hundred and fifty persons. 

Masses on Sundays, at seven, nine, and half -past ten o'clock a.m. 
Vespers at half -past seven o'clock p.m. Mass on week days at seven 
o'clock A.M. 

The Sunday school connected with the Church was organized in 1853. 
It has an attendance of three hundred and forty scholars. The school for 
girls meets at half -past nine o'clock a.m. Superintendent, Rev. Michael 
King. 

ST. ANTHONY'S— ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Location, northwest corner of East Fifteenth Street and Sixteenth 
Avenue, East Oakland. Rev. John F. Nugent, Pastor ; residence, 
adjoining the church. 

The lot on which this church stands was purchased by the parish in 
1868, for the sum of $700; and the edifice erected the same year, at a cost 
of $1,600. The church services were conducted by the clergy from the 
Roman Catholic Church at Oakland, until November, 1871, when the 
Rev. William Gleeson was appointed Pastor. The congregation numbers 
about four hundred and fifty. Mass on Sundays at forty-five minutes 
past ten o'clock a.m.; and on week days at seven o'clock a.m. Vespers 
on Sundays at half -past seven o'clock p.m. 

The Sunday school connected with the church has an attendance of 
about one hundred and twenty-five scholars. Superintendent, Rev. 
William Gleeson. 



ASSOCIATIONS, SOCIETIES, ETC. 

MASONIC FRATERNITY. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 61, F. and A. M. — Instituted May 4, 1855. 
Number of members, one hundred and twenty-seven. Stated meetings 
first Friday evening of every month, and called meetings Friday even- 
ings, in the hall, southwest corner of Broadway and Eighth streets. 

Officers. — James Christopher Martin, W. M. ; John C. Irwin, S. W. ; 
James Todd Gardiner, J. W. ; Charles W. Reid, Treasurer ; James Len- 
tell, Secretary; Patrick J. Cunningham, S. D. ; John C. Marsh, J. D. ; 
Rev. Benjamin Akerly, Chaplain; D. B. Oakes and William Kennedy, 
Stewards ; John Ross, Tyler. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M. — Instituted November 4, 
1868. Number of members, one hundred and seventy-four. Stated 
meetings first Wednesday evening of every month, and called meetings 
Saturday evenings, in the hall southeast corner of Broadway and Eleventh 
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Officers.— W. A. Walter, W. M. ; Jesse Healy, S. W. ; J. H. Kercheval, 
J. W. ; C. B. Rutherford, Treasurer; J. E. Ingols, Secretary; D. De 
Golia, S. D. ; N". B. Hoyt, J. D. ; (vacant), Chaplain ; J. Hollywood and 
A. S. Baker, Stewards ; (vacant), Marshal ; A. Whalen, Tyler. 

B-R.noKT.vN- Lodge, No. — , F. and A. M. — Instituted December 14, 
1872. Number of members, thirty. Stated meetings first Tuesday even- 
ing of every month, and called meetings Tuesday evenings, in the I. O. 
O. F. Hall, 766 East Twelfth Street, Oakland. 

Officers.— J. V. Webster, W. M.; J. W. Phillips, S. W.; B. M. Atchin- 
son, J. W. ; George M. Walker, Treasurer ; L. J. Restor, Secretary ; 
Edward Bangle, S. D. ; Jos. Hunt, J. D. ; T. M. Dawson, Chaplain; John 
M. Holliday and John Newsom, Stewards ; W. D. Thomas, Tyler. 

Oakland Chapter, No. 26, R. A. M.— Instituted May 5, 1860. 
Number of members, eighty. Stated communications, first and third 
Thursdays of every month, in the hall of Live Oak Lodge, southwest 
corner of Broadway and Eighth streets. 

Officers.— D. W. Pratt, H. P.; W. B. Clayton, K. ; F. H. Brooks, S. ; 
J. C. Irwin, C. H. ; L. J. Rector, P. S. ; William Kennedy, R. A. C. ; P. 
J. Cunningham, G. M., 3d V.; Samuel Hirshberg, G. M., 2d V. ; S. 
Francis, G. M., 1st V. ; J. E. Whitcher, Treasurer; James Lentell, Sec- 
retary, John Ross, Guard. 

Alameda Chapter, No. 36, R. A. M. — Instituted November 11, 1868. 
Number of members, ninety. Meets Wednesday evenings in the hall 
southeast corner of Broadway and Eleventh streets. 

Officers.— T. J. Arnold, H. P. ; W. J. Gumett, K. ; W. A. Walter, S. ; 
James Dods, C. H. ; J. J. Porter, P. S. ; G. Y. Loring, R. A. C. ; A. W. 
Collins, G. M., 3d V. ; Jesse Healy, G. M., 2d V.; John Yule, G. M., 
1st V. ; C. H. F. Braun, Treasurer ; J. E. Ingols, Secretary. 

Oak Leaf Chapter, No. 8 (Adoptive Rite of the Order of the Eastern 
Star). — Instituted March 22, 1872. Number of members, fifty. Meets 
second and fourth Tuesdays of every month in the hall southwest corner 
of Broadway and Eighth streets. 

Officers.— W. A. Walter, W. P.; Mrs. Caroline L. Pierson, W. M.; 
Eleanor B. Farrington, A. M. ; Susie B. Lentell, Treasurer ; John C. 
Marsh, Secretary; S. Ella Whitcher, Conductress; Fannie Wells, Asso- 
ciate Conductress ; Miss Hirshberg, Adah ; Mrs. S. Hirshberg, Ruth ; 
Sarah A. Howe, Esther; Maggie Marsh, Martha; Miss E. J. Ruther- 
ford, Electa. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 118. — Instituted July 5, 1864. Number of mem- 
bers, two hundred and twenty. Meets every Tuesday evening in Odd 
Follows' Hall. 

Officers.— G. B. Rutherford, N. G.; C. R. Lewis, V. G-; W. S. Dry- 
den, R. S. ; A. J. Schneider, P. S. ; P. Baker, Treasurer. 

University Lodge, No. 144. — Instituted June 20, 1858. Number of 
members one hundred and fifty. Meets every Thursday evening in Odd 
Fellows' Hall. 

Officers.— E. J. Webster, N. G. ; John H. Kercheval, V. G.; M. L. 
Broadwell, R. S. ; J. W. Wolf, P. S. ; J. R. Capell, Treasurer. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 198. — Instituted January 10, 1872. Number 
of members, one hundred and twenty. Meets every Monday evening in 
Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Officers. — George E. Bugbee, N. G. ; P. J. Ipsen, V. G. ; Jesse Walton, 
R. S. ; N. B. Hoyt, P. S. ; D. Shakespear, Treasurer. 

Orion Lodge No. 189. — Instituted June 14, 1871. Number of mem- 



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bers, eighty-six. Meets every Saturday evening in Odd Fellows' Hall, 
766 East Twelfth Street, East Oakland. 

Officers.— J. W. Watson, N. G. ; J. K. Smallman, V. G. ; F. W. Le 
Balhster, R. S. ; W. H. Hamilton, P. S. ; H. Leis, Treasurer. 

Alameda Degree Lodge, No. 5. — Instituted February 13, 1869. 
Number of members, about two hundred and fifty. Meets second and 
fourth Fridays of every month in Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Officers.— G. W. Lewis, N. G. ; E. J. Webster, V. G. ; A. D. Thomp- 
son, Secretary; P. J. Ipsen, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 12. — Instituted July 8, 

1872. Number of members, fifty-four. Meets second and fourth Mon- 
day evenings of every month in Odd Fellows' Hall, 766 East Twelfth 
Street, East Oakland. 

Officers.— W. D. Thomas, N. G. ; Mrs. J. K. Smallman, V. G. ; Mrs. 
M. L. Northey, R. S.; Mrs. H. Liese, P. S.; Mrs. W. T. Noyes, 
Treasurer. 

Oakland Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 18. — Instituted October 10, 

1873. Number of members, twenty-nine. Meets Monday evenings in 
Masonic Hall, corner of Eighth and Broadway. 

Officers.— W. T. Bellars, N. G. ; Mrs. S. P. Knight, V. G.; Mrs. A. H. 
Southwick, R. S. ; A. H. South wick, P. S. ; Mrs. C. Bagge, Treasurer. 

Golden Rlle Encampment, No. 34. — Instituted March, 1870. Num- 
ber of members, one hundred and twenty. Meets first and third Fridays 
of every month in Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Officers.— C. E. Lufkin, C. P.; W. S. Drvden, H. P.; George W. 
Lewis, S. W. ; William Clayton, J. W. ; W. T. Bellers, Scribe ; Joseph 
Becht, Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association. — Incorporated June, 1869. Capital 
stock, $16,000. Meets the last Monday evening of every month. 

During the latter part of 1859 the association purchased a lot on the 
northwest corner of Franklin and Eleventh streets for the sum of $4,300, 
and erected thereon a building fifty by eighty feet, and three stories in 
hight, at a cost, including furniture, of $16,959. It is built of wood, in 
a substantial manner, and well adapted for the purposes intended. The 
first floor is fitted up for stores ; on the second floor is the hall for meet- 
ings and the library room, and on the third floor the chess and refresh- 
ment rooms. 

Officers. — C. B. Rutherford, President; O. H. Burnham, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; C. R. Lewis, Secretajy ; Joseph Becht, Treasurer ; W. L. McKay, 
George H. Fogg, and J. L. Browne, Directors. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS. 

Athens Lodge, No. 286.— Instituted September 17, 1867. Number 
of members, one hundred and eighty-eight. Meets every Saturday even- 
ing in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner of Franklin and Eleventh streets. 

Officers. — S. P. Scott, P. W. C. T. ; Thomas Bell, W. C. T. ; Miss 
Mary Holms, W. V. T.; P. Buchanan, W. S.; C. Little, W. F. S.; 
Miss N. Childs, W. T. ; B. F. Mathews, W. M. ; Miss Etta Peckham, 
W. I. G. ; E. G. Janes, W. O. G. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 384.— Instituted April 23, 1870. Number of 
members, ninety-seven. Meets every Thursday evening, in Odd Fellows' 
Hall, 766 East Twelfth Street, East Oakland. 

Oncers. —P. H. McGrew, P. W. C. T.; George L. Lynde, W. C. T.; 
Mrs. B. Caverlv, W. V. T. ; Thomas Le Ballister, W. S. ; W. C. White, W. 
F. S. ; Mrs. P. H. McGrew, W. T. ; Orrin Caverly, W. M. ; Miss Hannah 
Schimmelpfennig, W. D. M. ; Mrs. C. A. Post, W. I. G. ; John Shep- 
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INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Alameda Stamm, No. 113. — Instituted October 1, 1867. Number of 
members, fifty-one. Meets every M< >nday evening in Pythian Hall. 

Officers. — A. Westennan, O. Ch. ; George Jorwarth, U. Ch. ; R. Walter, 
B. C. ; Richard E. Harmon, R. S. and F. S. ; E. Gardanowsky, Chaplain ; 
David Vogt, Treasurer. 

IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN. 

Cherokee Tribe, No. 27. — Instituted 1869, re-organized August 14, 
1874. Number of members, thirty-two. Meets every Friday evening ! cj 
in Pythian Hall. bd 

Officers.— John McDonald, W. P. ; John Orr, W. S. ; A. T. Hiler, S. S. ; j 
Robert Hughes, J. S. ; J. T. Ross, C. R. ; Win. T. Myles, K. W. 



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Live Oak Lodge, No. 17. — Organized August 12, 1870. Number of H 
members, eighty-seven. Meets every Wednesday evening in Pythian 
Hall. W 

Officers.— Adam Follrath, P. C; C. F. Harrington, C. C. ; J. H. Dow- 
ney, V. C. ; George Lewis, P. ; D. B. Bankhead, K. R. S. ; S. Steven- 
son, M. F. ; Robert Swarbrick, M. E. ; S. Osbourne, M. A. ; Richard 
Myles, W. I. G. ; John C. Orr, W. O. G. 

UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. | jL 

Oakland Grove, No. 24. — Instituted June 1, 1873. Meets every 
Wednesday evening in the hall of Live Oak Lodge, F. and A. M., south- 
west corner Broadway and Eighth streets. 

Officers. — J. C. Olsen, N. A.; William Sagehorn, Y. A.; Daniel Sies- 
buttell, R. S. ; A. Dulion, Treasurer ; William Kohler, I. G. 

ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS. 

Division, No. 1. — Organized June, 1871. Number of members, one 
hundred and eighty. Meets the third Thursday of every month at 
Hibernia Hall, east side of Broadway between Third and Fourth. 

Officers. — Dennis Holland, President; P. Mullan, Yice-President ; J 
O'Brien, C. S. ; Eugene Lynch, F. S. ; James McElroy, Treasurer; S. D. 
Cronin, County Delegate. 

Division, No. 2. — Organized June, 1873. Number of members, thirty. 
Meets the second and last Tuesdays of every month at Hibemia Hall. 

Officers. Thomas O'Neil, President ; Thomas Kiley, Yice-President ; 
John Fitzsimmons, C. S. ; J. K. Martin, F. S. ; P. McQuaid, Treasurer ; 
S. D. Cronin, County Delegate. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Alameda County Medical Association.— Organized October 25, 
1869. Incorporated January 9, 1871. Number of active members, 
twenty-three ; honorary, four ; non-resident, nine. Meets the first Mon- 
day in every month, at eight o'clock p.m., in the office of the Board of 
Health, City Hall. Semi-annual meetings held the first Mondays in 
January and July. The objects of the association are: first, the cul- 
tivation and advancement of the science of medicine by united exertions 
for mutual improvement and contributions to medical literature ; second, 
The promotion of the character, interests, and honor of the fraternity, 
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county, and aiming to elevate the standard of medical education ; third, 
The separation of regular from irregular practitioners ; fourth, the asso- 
association of the profession proper, for purposes of mutual recognition 
and fellowship. 

Officers.— E. Trenor, M.D., President; E. L. Jones, M. D. , Vice-Presi- 
dent; Charles S. Kittredge, M.D.. Secretary; M. W. Fish, M.D., Treas- 
urer and Librarian ; C. H. Allen, M. D., T. H. Pinkerton, M.D., and 
H. P. Babcock, M.D., Censors. 

DURANT RHETORICAL SOCIETY. 

Organized by the first Freshman Class of the College of California in 
1860. Number of active members, thirty-five. Meets every Tuesday 
evening, at eight o'clock, in its rooms in the University building. All 
regular members of the University are eligible to membership, and all 
the offices are open to them, except those of the President, Vice-Presi- 
dent, Chief and First Assistant Editors, to which positions only Seniors 
and Juniors can be elected. The exercises are of a literary character, 
consisting of select readings, reading of the manuscript Echo, and debates 
on the various questions of the day, as well as on general scientific and 
literary subjects. The society assists in publishing a monthly paper, 
called the Berkeleyan, devoted to science, literature, and also to California 
and University interests. 

Officers. — Geo. T. Wright, President; Frank Denman, Vice-President; 
E. C. Conroy, Recording Secretary; W. M. Van Dyke, Treasurer; C. B. 
Overacker, First Editor; Ed. A. Rix, Second Editor; D. B. Fairbanks, 
First Business Manager ; P. T. Riley, Second Business Manager ; J. B. 
Mailliard, Corresponding Secretary; F. G. Easterby, Editor of Manu- 
script, Echo. 

HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Organized October 5, 1862. Number of members, twenty-one. Meets 
first Sunday of every month. The society owns a tract of land in the 
Mountain View Cemetery, and during the past year have expended 
about $200 in improving it. 

Officers. — I. Marcus, President ; A. Barrett, Vice-President ; I. Alex- 
ander, Treasurer ; D. S. Hirshberg, Secretary ; S. Hirshberg, Lewis 
Greenbaum, and Henry Ash, Trustees. 

LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY. 

Organized November 9, 1871. Incorporated June 12, 1872. Meets 
first Thursday of every month, in the Chapel of the First Congregational 
Church. Annual meeting second Thursday in November. 

Soon after the news of the destruction of Chicago by fire reached 
Oakland, several benevolent ladies of the city met and organized a sewing 
society, for the relief of the sufferers. After this object was accomplished 
they concluded to organize under the name of the Ladies' Relief Society, 
for the purpose of aiding the destitute of their own city, especially 
women and children, and also to provide a home for aged females. 

During the year 1871, Elijah Bigelow, Esq., donated to the society a 
lot on Franklin Street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, valued at 
$7,000, which he subsequently exchanged for three and a half acres of 
land near Temescal Creek and directly on the line of the Berkeley Rail- 
road. From the proceeds of a fan- held under the auspices of the asso- 
ciation and contributions, they collected a building fund of $3,500, which 
together with the exchange of the three and a half acres, they purchased 
ten acres of land and a building thereon on Linden Street near new 
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with plenty of land and a large orchard affording every facility for the 
care and comfort of the inmates. There are at present thirty inmates. 

The society is governed by a Board of Managers, consisting of twenty- 
four ladies. 

Officers.— Mrs. C. T. H. Palmer, President ; Mrs. George C. Potter, 
Vice-President ; Mrs. W. G. Henshaw, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. F. E. 
Weston, Corresponding Secretary ; Mrs. J. I. Spear, Treasurer ; Mrs. 
Perkins, Matron of the Home. 

OAKLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Organized June 7, 1869. The objects of this society are to relieve the 
sick and destitute, and to secure employment for the unemployed. All 
who become subscribers are members, and are entitled to refer applicants 
to the Treasurer for relief. Assistance is rendered not only with great 
caution, but with great secrecy and delicacy, when necessary. No degra- 
dation consequently will follow such relief, nor will it be the means of 
undermining one right principle, or of enfeebling one well directed impulse. 
The annual meeting is held on the first Monday of June, at which time 
an Executive Committee, consisting of fifteen gentlemen and fifteen ladies, 
is elected, who hold office for the term of one year. Quarterly meetings 
of the Executive Committee are held on the second Monday of June, 
September, December, and March, at which the Board of Trustees is 
required to make a full and detailed report of the condition and all the 
transactions of the society during the preceding quarter. 

Officers. — G. W. Amies, President ; F. S. Page, Treasurer ; W. H. 
Jordan, Secretary ; I. W. Knox, G. W. Armes, and N. W. Spaulding, 

OAKLAND HARMONIC SOCIETY. 

Organized March 1, 1870. Number of members seventy-five. Re- 
hearsals every Tuesday evening in the chapel of the First Congregational 
Church, northeast corner of Washington and Tenth streets. Objects : 
To promote the interest of musical science by holding meetings for 
practice in choral music. 

Officers. — G. H. Collins, President ; C. L. Crabtree, Vice-President ; 
W. H. Craig, Secretary ; J. T. Coe, Treasurer ; G. S. Needham, Libra- 
rian ; John T. Morgan, Musical Director. 

OAKLAND TURN VEREIN. 

Organized February 13, 1866. In 1869 the society purchased a lot and 
building on the south side of Ninth Street, between Clay and Washing- 
ton, and fitted up the hall which they now occupy. The number of 
members at present is about sixty. There also exists in connection with 
the Verein a school for boys, numbering twenty-four pupils. Regular 
meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of every month. Meet- 
ings for exercise every Tuesday and Friday evenings at eight o'clock. 

Officers. — Richard E. Harmon, President ; L. Von Adelung, Vice- 
President ; W. Haase, Recording Secretary ; Henry Sohst, Treasurer ; 
Henry Heyer, Assistant Treasurer ; H. Heitman, First Leader ; A. 
Heinze, Second Leader ; Gotlieb Koch, Steward and Librarian ; E. 
Muller, Charles Reier, and Justus Held, Trustees ; Richard E. Harmon 
and Henry Sohst, Delegates to the North American Turner's Union. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. 

Organized July 14, 1867. Number of members, fifty-five. Meets the 
third Sunday of every month, in the school-room connected with the 
Roman Catholic Church, on the northwest corner of Eighth and Jefferson 



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streets. Objects : To assist each other in time of sickness, bury deceased 
members, and aid their families. Sick members are entitled to thirty 
dollars per month and attendance by the physician of the society. On 
the death of a member, fifty dollars are given to defray the funeral ex- 
penses, and fifty dollars to the wife of the deceased, and if any family 
fifty dollars more. 

Officers. — Owen Lafferty, President ; John Carey, Vice-President ; 
William F. Sullivan, Secretary ; M. J. Ryan, Treasurer ; Rev. Lawrence 
Serda, Chaplain ; Elliott H. Woolsey, M.D., Physician. 

MILITARY. 

Oakland Guard. — Company A (unattached). Organized June 29, 
1861. Number of members, eighty. Armory, 804 Broadway. 

Officers. — Horace D. Ranlett, Captain ; Henry Maloon, First Lieuten- 
ant ; D. B. Bankhead, Second Lieutenant ; Oscar Sarpy, First Sergeant ; 
David Hirshberg, Secretary ; David B. Bankhead, Treasurer. 



INCORPORATED COMPANIES. 

Alameda Macadamizing Company. — Incorporated April, 1874. Cap- 
ital stock, $40,000. Office, 954 Broadway. 

Officers. — F. E. Weston, President; Henry Evers, Secretary; Walter 
Blair, Treasurer; C. D. Bates, Superintendent; F. E. Weston, Henry 
Evers, Walter Blair, C. D. Bates, and H. S. Slicer, Directors. 

Alameda, Oakland, and Piedmont Railroad Company. — Incor- 
porated January, 1873. Capital stock, $100,000. Office, 954 Broadway. 

Officers. — Walter Blair, President ; Louis Fassking, Vice-President ; 
Theodore Metz, Treasurer ; T. S. Fitch, Secretary. 

Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad Company. — Incorporated 
May, 1875. Capital stock, $20,000. Office, 460 Eighth Street. 

Officers. — C. T. Hopkins, President; E. C. Sessions, Secretary. 

Building and Loan Association. — Incorporated July 13, 1875. 
Capital stock, $500,000. 

Officers. — C. W. Armes, President; O. H. Burnham, Vice-President; 
F. S. Page, Secretary; G. M. Fisher, Treasurer. 

California Bridge and Building Company. — Incorporated March 4, 

1874. Capital stock, $10,000. Office, 921 Broadway. 

Officers.— A. W. Burrill, President; J. C. Cotton, Secretary; F. E. 
Cotton, Superintendent. 

Contra Costa Water Company. — Organized 1865. Capital stock, 
$1,500,000. Office, 458 Eighth Street. 

Officers. — Anton Chabot, President; C. Brier, Cashier; William H. 
Mead (office, 728 Montgomery Street, San Francisco), Secretary. 

Fifty Associates. — Incorporated June 22, 1869. Capital stock, 
$250,000. Office, 460 Eighth Street. 

Officers. — G. W. Armes, President; Levi Stevens, Vice-President; E. 
C. Sessions, Secretary and Treasurer. 

First National Gold Bank of Oakland. — Incorporated April 10, 

1875. Capital stock, $1,000,000. Office, 969 Broadway. 

Officers. — B. F. Ferris, President; Elijah Case, Vice-President; G. 
M. Fisher, Cashier. 

Home Security Building and Loan Association. — Incorporated 
July 23, 1875. Capital stock, $250,000. Office, 1004 Broadway. 

Officers. — Mack Webber, President; H. W. George, Vice-President; 
George George, Secretary. 



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Mountain View Cemetery Association. — Organized December 26, 
1863. Office, southwest corner of Broadway and Tenth streets. 

Officers. — J. S. Emery, President; Alexander Campbell, Vice-President; 
E. E. Collins, Secretary; E. P. Sanford, Treasurer; Wilham Collins, 
Superintendent. 

Oakland Bank of Savings. — Incorporated August 13, 1867. Capital 
stock, $1,000,000. Office, 915 Broadway. 

Officers.— P. S. Wilcox, President; T. B. Bigelow, Vice-President ; F. 
W. Gill, Cashier ; P. S. Wilcox, Walter Blair, F. Delger, C. W. Reid, 
T. B. Bigelow, Michael Reese, Thomas Yolland, S. E. Alden, and William 
E. Miller, Directors. 

Oakland, Brooklyn, and Fruit Vale Railroad Company. — Incor- 
porated 1870. Capital stock, $100,000. Office, east side of Sixth Avenue 
near East Twelfth Street. 

Officers. — Hiram Tubbs, President ; W. W. Crane, Jr., Vice-President ; 
C. W. Howard, Treasurer ; W. C. Mason, Secretary. 

Oakland Gas Light Company. — Incorporated 1866. Office, 467 Sec- 
ond between Broadway and Washington Street. 

Officers. — H. H. Haight, President; J. West Martin, Vice-President; 
Joseph G. Eastland, Secretary ; Van Leer Eastland, Superintendent. 

Oakland Paving Company. — Incorporated March 26, 1870. Office, 
southeast corner of Broadway and Ninth Street. 

Officers.— O. T. H. Palmer, President and Treasurer; C. T. Blake, 
Secretary; M. H. Eastman, Superintendent. 

Oakland Railroad Company. — Incorporated December, 1864. Capital 
stock, $50,000. Office, Wilcox Block, 921 Broadway. 

Officers. — J. S. Emery, President; Abner Doble, Vice-President; I. 
W. Knox, Treasurer; G. Y. Loring, Secretary. 

The Central Land Company.- — Incorporated September 9, 1869. 
Capital stock, $160,000. Office, northeast corner Broadway and Ninth 
streets ; entrance, 954 Broadway (second story). A land and building 
association designed to improve the tract of land belonging to the com- 
pany, and to furnish homes on the installment plan. 

Officers. — Edward McLean, President; C. T. H. Palmer, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; F. B. Haswell, Secretary and Treasurer. 

The Pacific Seventh Day Adventist Publishing Association. — 
Incorporated April 5, 1875. Capital stock, $28,000. Office, Castro 
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. 

Officers. — Eld. J. N. Loughborough, President ; A. M. Driscall, Secre- 
tary; L. M. Hall, Treasurer. 

The Real Estate Union.— Incorporated November 12, 1874. Capital 
stock (authorized), $400,000. Office, 1003 Broadway. 

Officers. — Horace D. Ranlett, President; J. V. B. Goodrich, Vice- 
President ; William H. Jordan, Secretary and Manager ; Galen M. Fisher, 
Treasurer; H. D. Ranlett, J. V. B. Goodrich, William H. Jordan, A. 
W. Burrell, C. H. Gorrill, Directors. 

Union National Gold Bank. — Incorporated May 26, 1865. Capital, 
stock, $100,000. Office, Union Bank Building. 

Officers. — A. C. Henry, President; H. A. Palmer, Cashier; A. C. 
Henry, J. West Martin, D. Henshaw Ward, R. W. Kirkham, and H. A. 
Palmer, Board of Directors. 

Union Savings Bank. — Incorporated May 26, 1869. Capital stock, 
$1,500,000. Office, southeast corner of Broadway and Ninth streets. 

Officers. — J. West Martin, President; H. A. Palmer, Treasurer; A. 
C. Henry, J. West Martin, John C. Hayes, W. Meek, E. A. Haines, 
Samuel Woods, C. W. Howard, Hiram Tubbs, H. H. Haight, D. Hen- 
shaw Ward, S. Huff, W. W. Crane, Jr., R. W. Kirkham, R. S. Farrelly, 
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PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND OFFICES. 

Board of Education meets at Council Chamber, City Hall. 

Board of Education, Clerk of, 2 City Hall. 

Board of Health, basement of City Hall. 

Chief Engineer Fire Department, 1011 Broadway. 

City Assessor, 1 City Hall. 

City Attorney, 9 City Hall. 

City Clerk, 4 City Hall. 

City Council Chambers, 3 City Hall. 

City Dispensary, basement City Hall. 

City Engineer, 10 City Hall. 

City Hall, north side of Fourteenth Street junction of San Pablo Avenue. 

City Marshal, 5 City Hall. 

City Pound, corner Twenty-eighth and Adeline. 

City Prison, basement City Hall. 

City Tax Collector, 5 City Hall. 

City Treasurer, 4 City Hall. 

County Assessor Township Oakland, 462 Ninth. 

County Auditor, County Court House. 

County Clerk, County Court House. 

County Coroner, 914 Broadway. 

County Court House, west side of Broadway bet Fourth and Fifth. 

County Recorder, County Court House. 

County Sheriff, County Court House. 

County Surveyor, County Court House. 

County Tax Collector, County Court House. 

County Treasurer, County Court House. 

District Attorney, County Court House. 

Fire Department Commissioners, City Hall. 

Hall of Records, County Court House. 

Health Officer, basement City Hall. 

Judge County Court, County Court House. 

Judge Police Court, 8 City Hall. 

Judge Probate Court, County Court House. 

Judge Third District Court, 1004 Broadway. 

Justices of the Peace, 814 Broadway and northwest corner of Eleventh 

and Franklin. 
Mayor, 6 City Hall. 
Police, Captain of, basement City Hall. 
Police Commissioners, City Hall. 
Police Court, 7 City Hall. 
Police Court, Clerk of, 8 City Hall. 
Police Office, City Hall. 
Public Administrator, County Court House. 
Superintendent Common Schools, County, County Court House. 
Superintendent Public Schools, City, 2 City Hall. 



BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, AND HALLS. 

Academy of Music, south side of Sixth between "Washington and Broad- 
way. 

Allyn's Building, west side of Broadway between Eighth and Ninth. 

Bamber & Co.'s Express Building, south side of Seventh between Wash- 
ington and Broadway. 

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PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 73 

Bartlett's Building, south side of Seventh between Washington and 
Broadway. 

Benitz Block, northeast corner of Broadway and Tenth. 

Blake & Moffit's Building, northeast corner of Broadway and Ninth. 

Boardtnan's Block, northwest corner of Broadway and Twelfth. 

Broadway Block, west side of Broadway between Eleventh and Twelfth. 

Broadway Hall, 1055 Broadway. 

Brooklyn Hall, northeast corner of Thirteenth Av. and East Eleventh. 

Canning Block, southwest corner of Broadway and Thirteenth. 

Church Block, west side of Broadway between Tenth and Eleventh. 

City Market Building, between Broadway and Franklin, extending from 
Eleventh to Twelfth. 

Cosmopolitan Hotel Building, northwest corner of Broadway and Sev- 
enth. 

Delger's, or Post-office Block, west side of Broadway between Ninth and 
Tenth. 

Dietz Hall, north side of Twelfth between Webster and Harrison. 

Hibernian Hall, east side of Broadway between Third and Fourth. 

Howard's Hall, north side of East Twelfth Street between Twelfth and 
Thirteenth avs. 

James' Block, north side of Railroad Avenue between Pine and Wood. 

Masonic Halls, southwest corner of Broadway and Eighth, and northwest 
corner of Broadway and Eleventh. 

Oakland Library Building, northeast corner of Washington and Four- 
teenth. 

Oakland Real Estate Associates' Block, north side of Eighth between 
Washington and Broadway. 

Odd Fellows' Halls, northwest corner of Franklin and Eleventh, and 
north side of East Twelfth between Fifteenth and Sixteenth avenues. 

Pelouze Hall, southeast corner of Railroad Avenue and Pine Street. 

Plummer's Block, south side of East Twelfth Street between Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth avenues. 

Pythian Hall, 1058 Broadway. 

Remillard's Building, east side of Broadway near Twelfth. 

Session's Block, southeast corner of Broadway and Twelfth. 

Shattuck & Hillegass Building, west side of Broadway near Seventh. 

Shattuck's Building, southwest corner of Broadway and Eighth. 

Stanford Hall, northeast corner of Railroad Avenue and Wood Street. 

Turn Verein Hall, south side of Ninth between Clay and Washington. 

Union Bank Building, southeast corner of Broadway and Ninth. 

Washington Hall, southeast corner of East Twelfth Street and Sixth Av. 

Wilcox Block, southwest corner of Broadway and Ninth. 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Academy of Music, south side of Sixth between Washington and Broad- 
way. 
Dietz Hall, north side of Twelfth between Webster and Harrison. 
Grand Central Park, between East Tenth, Seventh, and Eighth avenues. 
Humboldt Park, Temescal, near the terminus of the Oakland Railroad. 
Zimmerman's Gardens, northeast corner of Second and Harrison. 

WHARVES. 

Broadway, foot of Broadway. 

City, foot of Webster. 

Larue's, foot of Fourteenth Avenue. 

Oakland Ferry, foot of Railroad Avenue, Oakland Point. 

Washington Street, foot of Washington. 



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RAILROADS. 

Central Pacific — Overland and accommodation trains for San Jose*, 
Sacramento, Stockton, and Marysville — from Oakland Ferry Wharf; 
City Station, foot of Market Street. 

Central Pacific — Local trains from Oakland Ferry Wharf to East Oak- 
land. Stations : Oakland Point, Center Street, Adeline Street, 
Market Street, Broadway, Oak Street, Clinton, and East Oakland. 
To Alameda, same stations to Broadway, thence to Alameda. 

Alameda and Piedmont (Horse Cars) — From foot of Webster Street to 
Alameda. 

Brooklyn and Fruit Vale (Horse Cars) — From foot of Thirteenth Av- 
enue to Fruit Vale Avenue. 

Oakland (Horse Cars) — From foot of Broadway to Telegraph Avenue, 
thence to Berkeley, and from the corner of Broadway and Seventh to 
San Pablo Avenue, thence to a point opposite Oakland Trotting Park. 

Oakland, Brooklyn, and Fruit Vale (Horse Cars) — From Broadway 
Station to Twelfth Street, thence to the corner of East Twelfth and 
Thirteenth Avenue, East Oakland. 

FERRIES. 

Oakland and San Francisco — Steamers Oakland, El Capitan, and Ala- 
meda, from Ferry Wharf, Oakland Point, and steamer Louise — 
freight line — from foot of Broadway. 

STAGE LINE. 

Mount Diablo — Downing & Johnson, proprietors ; office, east side of 
Broadway near Fifth. 

EXPRESSES. 

Dime — Oakland ; office 952 Broadway. 

People's — Oakland, Alameda, and San Francisco ; office, 857 Broadway. 

Spencer's — Oakland and San Francisco; office with T. R. Burns, SW 

cor Seventh and Broadway. 
Wells, Fargo & Co. 's — To all parts of the Pacific Coast, Eastern States, 

and Europe. R. C. Gaskill, agent ; office, 917 Broadway. 
Whitney & Co.'s — San Francisco, Alameda, Marin, and Contra Costa 

counties ; offices, 855 Broadway, and southeast corner of East 

Twelfth Street and Thirteenth Avenue, East Oakland. 
Wingate's — Oakland and San Francisco. Office, 909 Broadway. 

PROMINENT PLACES. 

Berkeley, four miles north of City Hall. 

Fruit Vale, two and a half miles east of City Hall. 

Gibbon's Point, now Oakland Point. 

Lake Merritt, three quarters of a mile east of City Hall. 

Lake Park, two and a half miles northeast of City Hall. 

Lake Side, near northern shore of Lake Merritt, two miles northeast of 

City Hall. 
Mountain View Cemetery, east of Broadway Avenue, two and a half miles 

from City Hall. 
Oakland Point, western portion of the city fronting the bay. 
Oakland Trotting Park, San Pablo Avenue near the terminus of the 

San Pablo Avenue Railroad. 
Piedmont Springs, three miles northeast of City Hall. 
San Antonio Creek, between Oakland and Alameda, emptying into the bay. 
Temescal, two and a quarter miles north of the City Hall. 



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STREETS, AVENUES, AND SQUARES 

OF THE 

CITY OF OAKLAND. 



IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST OFFICIAL SURVEYS. 



£2T The names of the following 1 streets and avenues in East Oakland have been changed 
by an ordinance of the City Council : 

Streets— East Eighth, formerly McLemore ; East Ninth, Jefferson ; East Tenth, Franklin ; 
East Eleventh, Jackson ; East Twelfth, Washington; East Fourteenth, Adams; East Fifteenth, 
Madison ; East Sixteenth, Monroe ; East Seventeenth, Harrison ; East Eighteenth, Webster ; 
East Nineteenth, Lacey and Quincy ; East Twentieth, Humbert; East Twenty-first, Hepburn; 
East Twenty-second, Saunders ; East Twenty-third, Sullivan; East Twenty-fourth, Abel ; East 
Twenty-fifth, Charter; East Twenty-sixth, Stratton ; East Twenty-seventh, Huff; East Twenty- 
eighth, Charles ; East Twenty-ninth, Henry ; East Thirtieth, Edward ; East Thirty-first, Lin- 
coln; East Thirty-second, Montgomery. 

Avenues — First Avenue, formerly Bridge ; Second Avenue, Lake ; Third Avenue, Chase ; 
Fourth Avenue, Patten ; Fifth Avenue, Strode ; Sixth Avenue, Jones ; Seventh Avenue, 
Benton ; Eighth Avenue, Fremont ; Ninth Avenue, Clay ; Tenth Avenue, Taylor ; Eleventh 
Avenue, Pierce ; Twelfth Avenue, Polk ; Thirteenth Avenue, Walker; Fourteenth Avenue, 
Commerce; Fifteenth Avenue, Arroyo; Sixteenth Avenue, Larue; Seventeenth Avenue, 
Broadway ; Eighteenth Avenue, Friedman ; Nineteenth Avenue, Antonio ; Twentieth Avenue, 
Contra Costa ; Twenty-first Avenue, Alameda ; Twenty-second Avenue, Peralta. 



A, W s Peralta, bet Twenty-eighth and B, SW to Beach. 
Adams, NE s Lake Shore Av, NE to Alta Av. 

Adams Avenue, from junction East Fourteenth and Park Av, SE to 

Fruit Vale. 
Adeline, N s South Front, bet Magnolia and Chestnut, NE to charter 

limits. 
Albion, W s Telegraph Av, bet Knox and Caledonia Av, W to Grove. 
Alden, E s San Pablo Av, bet Campbell and Wallace, E to Telegraph 

Av. 
Alice, N s South Front, bet Harrison and Jackson, NE to Fourteenth. 
Alta, NW s Crescent Av, N to Adams. 
Andover, N s College Av, E of Elm, N to Eden. 
Atlantic, W s Peralta, bet West Third and William, W to West Front. 

B, W s Peralta, bet A and C, SW to Beach. 

Bay, N s South Front, bet West Front and Cedar, NE to Beach. 

Bay, from Brooklyn, NE to Prospect. 

Bay Place, E s Telegraph Av, bet Laurel and Prospect, E to Lake 

Merritt. 
Beach, W s Peralta nr Twenty-sixth, N to charter limits. 
Beach, W s South Front, bet South Front and State, W to West Front. 
Birney, E s Telegraph Av, S of Durant, SE to Franklin. 
Broadway, N s South Front, bet Washington and Franklin, NE to 

Fourteenth. 
Broadway Avenue, N s Fourteenth, bet Telegraph Av and Franklin, NE 

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Brockhurst, E s San Pablo Av, bet Thirty-second and Nolan. 

Brook, N a Orchard nr Broadway Av, N to Broadway Av. 

Brooklyn, from Lake Merritt, E to Mathews. 

Brown, E s San Pablo Av, bet Walton and Nolan, E to Telegraph Av. 

Brush, N s South Front, bet Market and Castro, NE to San Pablo 
Av. 

C,Ws Peralta, bet B and D, SW to Beach. 

Caledonia Avenue, W s Telegraph Av, bet Albion and Campbell, W to 
Grove. 

Campbell, E s San Pablo Av, bet Rowland and Alden, E to Telegraph 
Av. 

Campbell, N s South Front, bet Willow and Lewis, NE to Beach. 

Caroline Square, bet Madison, Oak, Eighth, and Ninth, 

Castro, N s South Front, bet Brush and Grove, NE to San Pablo Av. 

Cedar, N s South Front, bet Bay and Pine, NE to Beach. 

Center, N s South Front, bet Chester and Cypress, NE to Peralta. 

Central, W s Webster, bet Orchard and Hawthorne. 

Charter, E s San Pablo Av, bet Elm and Hobart, E to Telegraph Av. 

Chase, junction West Eighth and Campbell, NW to West Front. 

Chester, N s South Front, bet Henry and Center, NE to West Twelfth. 

Chestnut, N s South Front, bet Adeline and Linden, NE to San Pablo 
Av. 

Clay, N s South Front, bet Jefferson and Waahington, NE to San Pablo 
Av. 

Clinton, from junction Brooklyn and Mathews, NE to town line. 

College Avenue, now Plymouth Avenue, E s Telegraph Av, N of Haw- 
thorne, E to the creek. 

Court, NE s Crescent Av, NE to Park. 

Crescent Avenue, NW s Lake Merritt, NE to Alta Av. 

Curtis, N s Eighteenth, bet Market and West, NE to San Pablo Av. 

Cypress, N s South Front, bet Center and Kirkham, NE to Peralta. 

D, W s San Pablo Av, bet C and E, SW to Beach. 

Delger, E s Telegraph Av, bet Hobart and Durant, SE to Lake Merritt. 
Division, junction West Eighth and Wood, NW to West Front. 
Durant, E s Telegraph Av, bet Birney and Delger, SE to Franklin. 

E, W s San Pablo Av, bet D and F, SW to Beach. 

East Eighteenth, from Fourth Av, bet East Seventeenth and East Nine- 
teenth, SE to Fifteenth Av. 

East Eighth, from Third Av, bet San Antonio Creek and East Ninth, 
SE to Fifth Av. 

East Eleventh, from First Av, bet East Tenth and East Twelfth, SE to 
Fourteenth Av. 

East Fifteenth, from Lake Merritt, bet East Fourteenth and East Six- 
teenth, SE to town line. 

East Fourteenth, from Lake Merritt, bet East Twelfth and East Fif- 
teenth, SE to junction Park and Adams avs. 

East Front, forms eastern boundary of the city, extending from South 
Front NE to Lake Merritt. 

East Nineteenth, from Fourth Av, bet East Eighteenth and East Twen- 
tieth, SE to town line. 

East Ninth, from Second Av, bet East Eighth and East Tenth, SE to 
Eighth Av. 

East Seventeenth, from Lake Merritt, bet East Sixteenth and East 
Eighteenth, SE to town line. 

East Sixteenth, from Lake Merritt, bet East Fifteenth and East Seven- 
teenth, SE to town line. 

East Tenth, from First Av, bet East Ninth and East Eleventh, SE to 
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East Thirtieth, from Nineteenth Av, bet East Twenty-ninth and East 
Thirty-first, SE to town line. 

East Thirty-first, from Moraga Valley Road, bet East Thirtieth and East 
Thirty-second, E to town line. 

East Thirty-second, from Moraga Valley Road, bet East Thirty-first and 
Grant, E to town line. 

East Twelfth, from Lake Merritt, bet East Eleventh and East Four- 
teenth, SE to town line. 

East Twentieth, from Fourth Av, bet East Nineteenth and East Twenty- 
first, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-eighth, from Moraga Valley Road, bet East Twenty-seventh 
and East Twenty-ninth, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-fifth, from Mathews, nr East Twenty-fourth, SE to town 
line. 

East Twenty-first, from Mathews, bet East Twentieth and East Twenty- 
second, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-fourth, from Mathews, bet East Twenty-third and East 
Twenty-fifth, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-ninth, from Seventeenth Av, bet East Twenty-eighth and 
East Thirtieth, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-second, from Fifth Av, bet East Twenty-first and East 
Twenty-third, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-seventh, from Moraga Valley Road, bet East Twenty-sixth 
and East Twenty-eighth, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-sixth, from Moraga Valley Road, bet East Twenty-fifth 
and East Twenty-seventh, SE to town line. 

East Twenty-third, from Mathews, bet East Twenty-second and East 
Twenty-fourth, SE to town line. 

Eden, E s Telegraph Av, N of College Av, E to Broadway Av. 

Edward, E s Telegraph Av, N of Plymouth Av, E to the creek. 

Eighteenth, E s Market, bet Seventeenth and Nineteenth, SE to San 
Pablo Av. 

Eighteenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Seventeenth and Nine- 
teenth avs, NE to East Twenty-first. 

Eighth, E s Market, bet Seventh and Ninth, SE to East Front. 

Eighth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Seventh and Ninth avs, N 
E to East Twentieth. 

Eleventh, E s Market, bet Tenth and Twelfth, SE to East Front. 

Eleventh Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Tenth and Twelfth avs, 
NE to East Twenty-fifth. 

Elm, E s San Pablo Av, bet Charter and Sycamore, E to Broadway Av. 

Elm, N s Hawthorne, bet Telegraph Av and Andover, N to Eden. 

Emery, W s Peralta, bet Watts and San Pablo Ay, N to charter limits. 

Evoy Avenue, W s Telegraph Av nr charter limits, to E s San Pablo 
Av. 

F, W s San Pablo Av, bet E and G, SW to Beach. 

Fallon, N s South Front, bet Oak and East Front, NE to Lake Merritt. 

Fifteenth, E s Market, bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth, SE to San Pablo 
Av, and from E s Jackson nr Fourteenth, E to Lake Merritt. 

Fifteenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Fourteenth and Six- 
teenth avs, NE to East Nineteenth. 

Fifth, E s Market, bet Fourth and Sixth, SE to East Front. 

Fifth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Fourth and Sixth Avs, NE 
to Mathews. 

Filbert, N s South Front, bet Linden and Myrtle, NE to San Pablo 
Av. 

First, E s Market, bet South Front and Second, SE to East Front. 

First Avenue, from East Tenth, nr Second Av, NE to Lake Merritt. 



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Fourteenth, E s Market, bet Thirteenth, and Fifteenth, SE to East 

Front. 
Fourteenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Thirteenth and Fif- 
teenth avs, NE to East Fourteenth. 
Fourth, E s Market, bet Third and Fifth, SE to East Front. 
Fourth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Third and Fifth avs, NE 

to East Twentieth. 
Franklin, N s South Front, bet Broadway and Webster, NE to Delger. 
Franklin Square, bet Broadway, Franklin, Fourth, and Fifth. 
Frederick, E s San Pablo Av, S of William, E to Telegraph Av. 
Front East, forms eastern boundary of the city, extending from South 

Front NE to Lake Merritt. 
Front South, forms southern boundary of the city, extending from West 

Front to East Front. 
Front West, forms western boundary of the city, extending from South 

Front NE to Beach. 
Fulton, W s South Front, bet State and Pearl, W to West Front. 
G, W s San Pablo Av, bet F and H, SW to Beach. 
Goss, W s Wood, bet Railroad Av and Short, W to West Front. 
Grant, from Moraga Valley Road, nr East Thirty-second, E to town 

line. 
Grove, N s South Front, bet Castro and Jefferson, NE to charter limits. 
H, W s San Pablo Av, bet G and I, SW to Beach. 
Halleck, N a Twenty-eighth, bet Beach and Hubbard, N to charter 

limits. 
Harlan, W s Peralta Av, bet Haven and Watts, N to charter limits. 
Harrison, N s South Front, bet Webster and Alice, NE to Lake Merritt. 
Harrison Square, bet Harrison, Alice, Sixth, and Seventh. 
Haven, W s Peralta, bet Hollis and Harlan, N to charter limits. 
Hawthorne, E s Telegraph Av, nr Rowland, NE to Broadway Av. 
Henry, N s South Front, bet Lewis and Chester, NE to Peralta. 
Hobart, E s San Pablo Av, opposite Twenty-first, E to Broadway Av. 
Holden, W s Peralta, bet Horton and Hollis, N to charter limits. 
Hollis, W s Peralta, bet Holden and Haven, NE to charter limits. 
Horton, W s Peralta, bet Hubbard and Holden, N to charter limits. 
Howland, E s San Pablo Av, bet Campbell and Nolan, E to Telegraph 

Av. 
Hubbard, W s Peralta, bet Halleck and Horton, N to charter limits. 
Hudson, W s Market, bet Pearl and West First, W to West Front. 
Independence Square, bet Sixteenth Av, East Sixteenth, Eighteenth Av, 

and East Nineteenth. 
Jackson, N s South Front, bet Alice and Madison, NE to Lake Merritt. 
Jefferson, N s South Front, bet Grove and Clay, NE to San Pablo Av. 
Jefferson Square, bet Grove, Jefferson, Sixth, and Seventh. 
Jones, W s Telegraph Av, bet Hobart and Charter, W to San Pablo 

Av. 
Julia (now Madison), N s South Front, bet Jackson and Oak, NE to Lake 

Merritt. 
Kirkham, N s South Front, bet Cypress and Poplar, NE to Peralta. 
Knox, W s Telegraph Av, bet Sycamore and Albion. 
Lafayette Square, bet Grove, Jefferson, Tenth, and Eleventh. 
Lake Shore Avenue, extends around Lake Merritt. 
Laura, E s Market, bet Twenty -first and Twenty-second, SE to San Pablo 

Av. 
Laurel, E s Telegraph Av, bet Elm and Bay, E to Broadway Av. 
Lee, E s Lake Shore Av, bet Adams and Oakland, NE and E to Adams. 
Lewis, N s South Front, bet Campbell and Henry, NE to Peralta. 
Lincoln, W s Peralta, nr West Twelfth, W to West Front. 



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Linden, N s South Front, bet Chestnut and Filbert, NE to San Pablo 

Av. 
Locust, E s Telegraph Av, bet Elm and Walnut, E to Webster. 
Logan, north of Walton, bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 
Madison (late Julia), N s South Front, bet Jackson and Oak, NE to Lake 

Merritt. 
Magnolia, N s South Front, bet Union and Adeline, NE to Peralta. 
Market, N s South Front, bet Myrtle and Brush, NE to charter limits. 
Mathews, from junction Fourth Av and East Twentieth, NE to town 

line. 
Merrimac Place, E s Telegraph Av, bet Prospect and Bay Place, E to 

Broadway Av. 
Middle, E s Peralta, bet West Eighth and West Sixteenth. 
Moraga Valley Road, from termination Thirteenth Av, NE to county 

line. 
Moss, W s Broadway Av, nr charter limits, W to Telegraph Av. 
Myrtle, N s South Front, bet Filbert and Market, NE to San Pablo 

Av. 
Newton, from Mathews nr East Twenty-first, N to Brooklyn. 
Nineteenth, E s Market, bet Eighteenth and Twentieth, SE to San Pablo 

Av. 
Nineteenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Eighteenth and Twen- 
tieth avs, NE to East Thirtieth. 
Ninth, E s Market, bet Eighth and Tenth, SE to East Front. 
Ninth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Eighth and Tenth avs, NE 

to East Twenty-fifth. 
Nolan, E s San Pablo, S of Brown, E to Grove. 

Oak, N s South Front, bet Madison and Fallon, NE to Lake Merritt. 
Oakland, NE s Lake Shore Av, bet Broadway and Lee. 
Oakland Square, bet Harrison, Alice, Tenth, and Eleventh. 
Orchard, E s Summit, N of Prospect, E to Lake Merritt. 
Park, junction Summer, N to Court. 

Park, E s San Pablo Av, bet Wallace and Sycamore, E to Grove. 
Park Avenue, from junction East Fourteenth and Twenty-second Av, S 

to town line. 
Pearl, W s South Front, bet Fulton and Hudson, W to West Front. 
Peralta, junction of Locust and Broadway Av, N to Elm. 
Peralta, N s South Front, bet Pine and Willow, NE to San Pablo Av. 
Peralta, N s Delger, bet Broadway Av and Webster, NE to Elm. 
Peralta, from Lake Merritt, bet Brooklyn and Prospect, E to Clinton, 

Watson Tract. 
Pine, N s South Front, bet Cedar and Wood, NE to Beach. 
Plymouth Avenue, E s Telegraph Avenue, N of Hawthorne, E to the 

creek. 
Poplar, N s South Front, bet Kirkham and Union, NE to Peralta. 
Prospect, from Lake Merritt, E to Clinton, Watson Tract. 
Prospect Avenue, E s Telegraph Av, opposite Alden, E to Lake Mer- 
ritt. 
Railroad Avenue (or West Seventh), W s Market, bet West Fifth and 

West Eighth, to West Front. 
Rowland, E s San Pablo Av, N of Campbell, E to Telegraph Av. 
San Pablo Avenue, junction of Telegraph and Broadway avs, N to 

charter limits. 
Second, E s Market, bet First and Third, SE to East Front. 
Second Avenue, from East Ninth, bet First and Third avs, NE to East 

Seventeenth. 
Seventeenth, E s Market, bet Sixteenth and Eighteenth, SE to San 

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Seventeenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Sixteenth and Eight- 
eenth avs, NE to East Twenty-ninth. 

Seventh, E s Market, bet Sixth and Eighth, SE to East Front. 

Seventh Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Sixth and Eighth avs, 
NE to East Twenty-fifth. 

Seward, W s Peralta, bet Lincoln and Taylor, W to West Front. 

Short, junction Division and Pine, W to West Front. 

Sixteenth, E s Market, bet Fifteenth and Seventeenth, SE to San 
Pablo Av. 

Sixteenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Fifteenth and Seven- 
teenth avs, NE to East Twenty-first. 

Sixth, E s Market, bet Fifth and Seventh, SE to East Front. 

Sixth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Fifth and Seventh avs, NE 
to East Twentieth. 

South Front, forms southern boundary of the city, extending from West 
Front to East Front. 

Spring, E s Crescent Av, SE to Lake Shore Av. 

State, W s South Front, bet Beach and Fulton, W to West Front. 

Summer, SW s Crescent Av, SW to Alta. 

Summit, N s Prospect, bet Telegraph Av and Webster. 

Summit, from East Twenty-ninth nr Union, N to Clinton. 

Sycamore, E s San Pablo Av, bet Park and Elm, E to Telegraph Av. 

Taylor, W s Peralta, bet Seward and Chase, NW to West Front. 

Telegraph Avenue, junction Broadway and San Pablo Av, NE to charter 
Unfits. 

Tenth, E s Market, bet Ninth and Eleventh, SE to East Front. 

Tenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Ninth and Eleventh avs, 
NE to East Twentieth. 

Third, E s Market, bet Second and Fourth, SE to East Front. 

Third Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Second and Fourth avs, NE 
to East Eighteenth. 

Thirteenth, E s Market, bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, SE to East 
Front. 

Thirteenth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Twelfth and Four- 
teenth avs, NE to East Twenty-fifth. 

Thirtieth, W s San Pablo Av, bet Twenty-eighth and Thirty-second, W 
to Peralta. 

Thirty-fourth, W s San Pablo Av, bet Thirty-second and Thirty-sixth, 
W to Peralta. 

Thirty-second, W s Market, bet Thirtieth and Thirty-fourth, W to 
Peralta. 

Thirty-sixth, W s San Pablo Av, bet Thirty-fourth and Peralta. 

Twelfth, E s Market, bet Eleventh and Thirteenth, SE to East Front. 

Twelfth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Eleventh and Thirteenth 
avs, NE to East Twentieth. 

Twentieth, E s Market, bet Nineteenth and Twenty-first, SE to San 
Pablo Av, thence E to Telegraph Av. 

Twentieth Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Nineteenth and Twenty- 
first avs, NE to East Twenty-first. 

Twenty-eighth, W s San Pablo Av, bet Twenty-sixth and Thirtieth, W 
to Beach. 
. Twenty-first, E s Market, bet Twentieth and Laurel, SE to San Pablo 
Av. 

Twenty-first Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-second avs, NE to East Thirteenth. 

Twenty-fourth, W s Market, bet West Twenty-second and Twenty-sixth, 
W to West Front. 

Twenty-second, E s Market, NE of Laurel, SE to San Pablo Av. 



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Twenty-second Avenue, from San Antonio Creek, nr Twenty-first Av, 

NE to East Twenty-first 
Twenty-sixth, W s Market, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-eighth W to 

West Front. 
Union, X s South Front, bet Poplar and Magnolia, XE to Peralta. 
Union, from East Thirtieth nr Summit, X to Moraga Valley Road. 
Valley, X s Locust, bet Telegraph and Broadway avs, XE to Ehn. 
Vernon, XE s Lee, bet Oakland and Adams, XE to Crescent. 
Wallace, E s San Pablo Avenue, bet Alden and Park, E to Telegraph I c' 

Av. S 

Walnut, E s Telegraph Av, bet Hobart and Locust, E to Webster. 
Walsworth, junction Oakland and Prospect, XE to Crescent Av. 
Walton, E s San Pablo Av, bet Logan and Brown, E to Telegraph 

Av. 
Washington, X s South Front, bet Clay and Broadway, XE to Four- I fc5 

teenth. | t* 

Washington Square (now occupied by County Court House and County 

Jail), bet Washington, Broadway, Fourth, and Fifth. 
Watson, from Xewton, nr Mathews, XE to town line. c+ 

Watts, W s Peralta Av, bet Harlan and Emery, X to charter limits. o 

Webster, X s South front, bet Franklin and Harrison, XE to Haw- 
thorne. 
Webster Avenue, from Webster nr Hawthorne, XE to charter Hmits. 
West, junction Market and Railroad Av, XE to charter limits. 
West Eighteenth, W s Market, bet Sixteenth and West Twentieth, W to 

West Front. 
West Eighth, W s Market, bet Railroad Av and West Tenth, W to 

Wood. % 

West Fifteenth, W s Cypress, bet West Fourteenth and West Sixteenth, i g£ 

W to Peralta. £. 

West Fifth, W s Market, bet West Third and Railroad Av, W to Per- ^ 

alta. I S 

West First, W s Market, bet South Front and West Third, W to West g- 

Front. : o" 

West Fourteenth, W s Market, bet West Twelfth and West Sixteenth, P 

W to West Front. 
West Front, forms western boundary of the city, extending from South J?" 

Front XE to Beach. § 

West Seventeenth, W s Cypress, bet West Sixteenth and West Eighteenth, g 

W to Peralta. , 

West Seventh. See Railroad Av. j 2 

West Sixteenth, W s Market, bet West Fourteenth and West Eighteenth, t> 

W to West Front. g 1 

West Tenth, W s Market, bet West Eighth and West Twelfth, W to £» 

Peralta. ^ 

West Third, W s Market, bet West First and West Fifth, W to West j 2 

Front. 
West Twelfth, W s Market, bet West Tenth and West Fourteenth, W to 

West Front. 
West Twentieth, W s Market, bet West Eighteenth and West Twenty- 
second, W to West Front. 
West Twenty-second, W s Market, bet West Twentieth and West Twen- 
ty-fourth, W to West Front. 
Wilham, E s San Pablo Av, bet Twentieth and Frederick, E to Telegraph 

Av. 
William, W s Peralta, bet Atlantic and Railroad Av, W to West Front. 
Willow, X s South Front, bet Wood and Campbell, XE to Beach. 
Wood, X s South Front, bet Pine and Willow, XE to Beach. 



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ADDITIONAL NAMES, CHANGES, ETC., 

RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



Amstutz E. C. Miss, teacher, 261 Twelfth, dwl 1058 Alice. 
Babcock Henry C, proprietor Humboldt Park Hotel, Temescal. 
Baker John, bootmaker, 1104 Broadway, dwl E s Bay nr Telegraph Av. 
Barker J. M. ( McGeorge <t £.), res San Francisco. 
BARNES HENRY W., doors, windows, and blinds, N s Second 

bet Broadway and Washington, dwl 562 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Baxter J. B., proprietor Baxter House, W s San Pablo Av. two 

miles from City Hall. 
' Bennett James P., collector, dwl S s Eleventh bet Castro and Brush. 
Boslee C. Mme., dress and mantlemaker, 464 Twelfth. 
Braun Ferdinand, liquor saloon, 469 Sixth. 
Brier Kirk W., private school, cor Locust and Valley, dwl Hobart 

nr San Pablo Av. 
BROOKS S. Jr., employment office, 428 Twelfth, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Blown William P., clerk M. G. Morse, dwl E s Washington bet 

Sixth and Seventh. 
Cadogan James J. (R. McCrum <£• Co.), dwl 733 Linden. 
Clark M. B., teacher music, Telegraph Av. nr Forty -third. 
CLARKE SAMUEL G. Jr., register in bankruptcy, office room 1, 

SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Cooney Peter E., express wagon, NE cor Broadway and Eleventh, 

dwl E s Adeline bet Twenty -second and Twenty-third. 
Cronin James M. (James M. Cronin & Co.), dwl SE cor Thirteenth 

and Washington. 
CRONIN JAMES M. k CO. (James M. Cronin and George P. 

Rogers), wines and liquors, 409 Twelfth. 
CROWELL GEORGE F., secretary People's Express, office 857 

Broadway, dwl cor Adeline and Forty-first. 
Cushing John, merchant, dwl 362 Tenth. 

DAM GEORGE W. & CO., real estate agents, 906 Broadway. 
Darnanid Joseph, waiter M. G. Morse, dwl 811 Washington. 
Donahue Bernard J. (Viseovich & £>.), dwl 371 Fourth. 
Dulion H. & A., butchers, 420 Ninth. 

Dulion Henry (H. & A. Dulion), dwl E s Franklin nr Seventh. 
Downing & Johnson (Theodore Downing ami Richard Johnson), 

Pacheco and Concord Stage Line, office S s Fourth nr Broadway. 
Edwards George W., notary public and clerk Union National Gold 

Bank, dwl 671 Tenth. 
Follrath Adam, horseshoer, Twelfth bet Franklin and Webster, dwl 

NE cor Thirteenth Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Fones John H. (Waite &• F.), dwl cor Clay and Eighth. 






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French George W. (French & Weidmore), dwl N s East Sixteenth 

bet Twentieth and Twenty -first avs. 
FRENCH & WEIDMORK (G. W. French and G. Weidmore), 

Oakland Point Planing Mills, cor West Eighth and Bay, W. O. 
GENSOTJL ADRIEN, cashier French Savings and Loan Society 

(S. F.), dwl NE cor Peralta and Ninth. 
Green J. W-, clerk C. P. R. R., res TemescaL 
Grieser Charles, bootmaker, 420 Eleventh. 
Hahn J., engraver, 958 Broadway, res San Francisco. 
Hardy L. V., teacher music, dwl SW cor Franklin and Durant. 
Keating William J., confectioneries, etc., 309 Twelfth, dwl W s 

Castro bet Nineteenth and Twentieth. 
Knowlton N. S., wines and liquors, NE cor Seventh and Washing- 
ton, dwl Newland's HoreL 
Krepper Brothers (Philip and Nicholas), cutlers, 420 Eleventh. 
Krepper Nicholas (Krepper Bros.), dwl 808 Castro. 
KREYENHAGEN E. & CO. (D. Menke), groceries, wines, and 

liquors, NW cor Broadway and Sixth. 
Lang William, market, NW cor Franklin and Twelfth. 
Lippman A., merchant, dwl 662 Fifth. 
Lovejoy E. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 914 Harrison. 
Lyons H. H., homeopathic physician, NW cor Broadway and Eighth, 

dwl 1070 Washington. 
Macdougal W. J., organist Presbyterian Church, dwl E s Franklin 

nr Fourteenth. 
McDonnell M. C, auctioneer, cor Twelfth and Webster, dwl cor 



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McGEORGE & BARKER (II. I). McGeorge and J. M. Barker), 

Pacific Coast Depot Advertising Agents, office 1 3 Wilcox Block . 

McGeorge H. D., bill poster (and McGeorge <l- Barker), dwl 360 Fifth. 

McKee Robert L. (Voorhies & McK.), dwl NW cor Adeline and 
West Twelfth, W. O. 

Macdonald J. A. C, plumber and gasfitter, Broadway and Four- 
teenth, dwl 1060 Webster. 

Mellis F. J., dry goods, SW cor Broadway and Eighth, dwl 662 Fifth. 

Menke D. (E. Kreyenhagen <l- Co.), dwl 827 Broadway. 

Miller James ( Wilson & M.), dwl junction Park Av. and East Twelfth. 

Moffatt Frank, driver Oakland R. R. Co., res Temescal. 

Morrow J. W. (Morrow & Wright), res Temescal. 

Morrow & Wright (John W. Morrow and Benjamin Wright), second 
hand furniture, 1102 Broadway. 

Morse Moses G., resturant, 868 Broadway, dwl 811 Washington. 

Oldham & Slater (John II. Oldham and Jastis Slater), restaurant, 
1111 Broadway. 

Oldham John H. (Oldham & Slater), dwl W s Franklin bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth. 

OUis Henry, blacksmith, 1008 Franklin. 

Olmsted C. P. (Price & Co.), dwl 364 Eleventh. 

Pacific Coast Ruffling Manuf., S. K. Roberts agent, 960 Broadway. 

Pattinson R. Mme., teacher music and languages, 921 Broadway. 



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PEOPLE'S EXPRESS, George F. dwell secretary, A. D. Whit- 
ney manager, office 857 Broadway, and 19 Sacramento (S. F.) 

Price James (Price & Co.), dwl Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth. 

Price & Oo. (James Price and C. P. Olmsted), produce and poultry, 
5, 7, and 9 City Market. 

Rincke John E., restaurant, 546 Franklin. 

Roberts S. K., agent Pacific Coast Ruffling Manufactory, 960 Broad- 
way, dwl 320 Third. 

Rogers George P. (James M. Cronin & Co.), res San Francisco. 

Ruth John, cigars and tobacco and Dime Express, 1052 Broadway. 

Robinson J. O. Jr., clerk Winsor &■ Miller, dwl NE cor Market and 
Eighteenth. 

Robbins E. Miss (Spaulding & R.), dwl 468 Twelfth. 

Schreiber Christian (C. & P. Schreiber), dwl E s Linden nr Twelfth. 

SCHREIBER C. & P., furniture and bedding, 1064 and 1066 
Broadway. 

Schreiber Philip (C. & P. Schreiber), dwl E s Wood nr Fourth. 

Slater Justis (Oldham & S.), dwl cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Smith Joseph, draftsman County Surveyor's office, dwl NW cor 
Sixth and Franklin. 

SPAULDING & ROBBINS (R. J. Spaulding and E. Robbins), 
glove manufacturers, 468 Twelfth. 

Spaulding R. J. Mrs. (Spaulding & Robbins), dwl 468 Twelfth. 

Stearns Theodore F., driver Oakland R. R. Co., res Temescal. 

Taylor Frederick L., architect, office with H. W. Barnes, dwl cor 
Telegraph Av. and Seventeenth. 

Tiffany & Tyler (Mrs. E. E. Tiffary and Miss J. A. Tyler), dress- 
makers, 475 Ninth. 

Tyler J. A. Miss (Tiffany <k T), dwl 475 Ninth. 

Veyrat Maurice, proprietor Washington Hotel, cor Washington and 
Second. 

Viscovich John (Viscovich <k Donahue), dwl 371 Fourth. 

Viscovich &l Donahue (John Viscovich and Bernard Donahue), res- 
taurant, 460 Seventh. 

Voorhies William Van ( Voorhies & McKee), dwl 1004 Broadway. 

VOORHIES & McKEE (William Van Voorhies and Robert L. 
McKee), attorneys at law, office 1004 Broadway. 

Waite John ( Waite & Fones), dwl W s Franklin nr Fourteenth. 

Waite & Fones (John Waite and John H. Fones), carpenters and 
stairbuilders, S s Tenth bet Webster and Franklin. 

WEAVER HENRY, proprietor Grand Central Hotel, S s Twelfth 
bet Webster and Harrison. 

Weidmore George J. (French & W.), dwl SE cor Short and Wood, 

w. o. 

WHITNEY ALONZO D., manager People's Express, office 867 
Broadway, dwl E s Adeline bet Forty-second and Forty-third. 

Winsor Serril (Winsor & Miller), dwl 562 East Eleventh, E. O. 

Winsor & Miller (Serril Winsor and James Miller), California Pot- 
tery and Terra Cotta Works, NE cor Fourteenth and Broadway. 

Wright Benjamin (Morrow & W.), dwl 807 Webster. 



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OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 

ACADEMIC, COMMERCIAL, 

PREPARATORY, MUSIC, 

MODERN LANGUAGE, -ART. 

All Departments Open to Students of Both Sexes. Separate 
Grounds for Preparatory and Ladies' Departments. 



EXPENSES -BOARDERS. 

Board, Tuition, Room, Lights, Washing, Mending, per term, $So.oo 

-^DAY SCHOLARS. 

Tuition in Common English, per term, I2 -5° 

Tuition in Higher English or Latin and Greek, - - 20.00 

^EXTRAS.- 

Modern Language, per term, - 

Lessons on Piano, Organ, Violin, Cornet, with use of Instru- 
ments, per term, 

Vocal Lessons, (private), per term, 

Vocal Lessons in classes, per term, 

Oil Paintings and Water Colors, per term, 

Pen and Pencil Drawing, Card Marking and Landscape Sketch 
ing, per term, 

The School Year is divided into Four Terms of Ten Weeks each. 
Calender for 1875-76-Academic year begins July 28th, 1875, ends, may 
31st, 1876. 

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NOTICE. — Names too late for regular insertion, removals, changes, etc., which 

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ABBEEVIATIOISTS. 



A. O. & P. R. R Alameda, Oakland, and 

Piedmont Railroad 

Av Avenue 

avs avenues 

bet between 

cor corner 

C. P. R. R. Co Central Pacific Railroad Co. 

dwl dwelling 

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E. O East Oakland 

Eng England 

N north 

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O., B. & F. V. R. R. Co Oakland, Brooklyn 

& Fruit Vale Railroad Co. 

O. R. R. Co Oakland Railroad Co. 

O. & A. R. R. . .Oakland and Alameda Railroad 

opp opposite 

res residence 

Rev Reverend 

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S south 

S. F San Francisco 

U. S United States 

W west 

W. O West Oakland 



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Aaron David, peddler, dwl 855 Clay. 

Abbey Frances J. (widow), dwl 819 Webster. 

Abbey Sarah Miss, dwl 1161 Franklin. 

Abbott Carson, teamster, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr. Brown. 

Abbott Charles M., carpenter, dwl S s Third bet Alice and Jackson. 

Abbott Joseph E., carpenter, dwl S s Third bet Alice and Jackson. 

Abbott Mary (widow), dwl 725 Filbert. 

Abel George, grain sampler, dwl S s Seward bet Wood and Pine, 

W. O. 
Academy of Music, S s Sixth bet Washington and Broadway. 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer, 367 Eleventh. 
Achard W. Mrs., cloakmaker Mrs. F. Slate, dwl 367 Eleventh. 
Acker Edwin M., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl S s Eighth nr 

Willow. 
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Adams George A., clerk Olney & Co., dwl 1014 "Webster. 

Adams Henry, clerk, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 

w. o. 

Adams John, dwl NE cor Magnolia and West Fifth. 

Adams John M., rubber Manhattan Marble Co., dwl SW cor Ade- 
line and Railroad Av. 

Adams John R., foreman carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl 462 Twelfth. 

ADAMS J. S., physician, office 1004 Broadway, dwl Seventeenth 
nr Clay. 

Adams Robert H., salesman, dwl S s Brown bet Telegraph Av. and 
Grove. 

Adams Thomas, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Adams Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 
Pine, W. 0. 

Adams Thomas, farm hand, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Olmsted 
House. 

Adams Walter G., carpenter, dwl Golden Star Hotel. 

Adams William G., housemover, dwl NE cor Nineteenth and Cur- 
tis. 

Adamson Margaret Miss, dressmaker, dwl 859 Clay. 

Addison Joseph R., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl SW cor Sev- 
enth and Franklin. 

Adie Mary E. (widow), dwl 41 Valley bet Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth. 

Adrien Frank, butcher William Nelle, dwl 964 Broadway. 

^Etna Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Rollin C. Gaskill agent, office 
917 Broadway. 

Agile Anton, jeweler (S. F.), dwl 1170 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

Ahern Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Ahern William, carpenter, dwl 317 Fourth. 

Aherns Thomas, blacksmith helper C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Ex- 
change. 

Ahrens August, sash and blindmaker, dwl W s Filbert bet Market 
and West Fifth. 

Ahrens Diedrich, laborer Washington Brewery, dwl 826 Broad- 
way. 

Ahrens Gertrude (widow), dwl W s Filbert bet Market and West 
Fifth. 

Ahrens John, express wagon, cor Broadway and Ninth, dwl S s Lo- 
cust nr San Pablo Av. 

Aien Christian, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty -sixth nr Grove. 

Ainsworth Alfred G., dwl NE cor Tenth and Jefferson. 

Ainsworth H. W., machinist Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 661 
Washington. 

Ainsworth Peter, shoemaker, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Willow and 
Campbell, W. O. 

Akerly Benjamin Rev., D. D., rector St. John's Episcopal Church, 
dwl W s Adeline bet West Fourteenth and West Sixteenth, 
W. O. 



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OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 83 

Akerly Benjamin M., collector, dwl W s Adeline bet West Four- 
teenth and West Fifteenth, W. 0. 

Alalgnon Manuel, bootblack 457 Seventh, dwl 462 Sixth. 

ALAMEDA COUNTY BRANCH HOME MUTUAL INSUR- 
ANCE CO. (Fire, S. F.), R. H. Magill manager, H. A. Craig 
secretary, office SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 

ALAMEDA COUNTY GAZETTE (weekly), Bishop & Powers 
publishers and proprietors, office 911 Broadway. 

ALAMEDA COUNTY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, E. Trenor, 
M. D., president, Charles S. Kittredge secretary, office 1055 
Broadway. 

Alameda Grading Co., C. D. Bates president, stables NE cor East 
Eleventh and Eighth Av., E. O. 

Alameda Macadamizing Co., Charles B. Bates superintendent, office 
954 Broadway. 

Alameda, Oakland, and Piedmont Railroad Co., Walter Blair presi- 
dent, T. S. Fitch secretary, office 954 Broadway. 

Alarinus Brother, teacher St. Joseph's Academy, dwl SW cor Fifth 
and Jackson. 

Alason A. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Eighth bet Kirkham and Poplar, 
W. O. 

Albertson S., mason, dwl Adeline nr Thirty-sixth. 

Albridge James, engineer, dwl SW cor Twenty-first and Curtis. 

Alden Charles, finisher Manhattan Marble Co., dwl 557 Sixth. 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Willow, 
W. 0. 

Aldrich A. F. Miss, principal Grove St. Primary School, dwl W s 
San Pablo Av. nr Grove. 

Aldrich William, policeman City Hall, dwl SW cor San Pablo Av. 
and Grove. 

Alexander E. Miss, laundress, dwl 625 Tenth. 

Alexander Henry, clothing, N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Alexander Isadore, boots and shoes, 845 Broadway, dwl E s Tele- 
graph Av. bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 

Alexander James, express wagon, SE cor Broadway and Seventh, 
dwl Fifth bet West and Market. 

Alexander Joseph L., farmer, Park Tract nr Indian Gulch, E. O. 

Alexander Louis L., sujierintenclent Manhattan Marble Co., dwl NE 
cor Prospect Av. and Summit. 

Alexander Mary Miss, teacher Lafayette Primary School, dwl cor 
Linden and Eighth. 

Alexander R. Mrs., dwl S s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and Grove. 

Allen , builder, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 

Allen Alfred D., dwl 1061 Oak. 

Allen Barney K., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl NW cor Filbert 
and Twenty-eighth. 

Allen Benjamin, carpenter, dwl St.. Charles Hotel. 

Allen B. B., carpenter, dwl West Thirteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 

Allen B. B., conductor C. P. R. R., dwl N s Division bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 85 

Allen Charles, student, dwl 412 Fourteenth. 

Allen Charles E., merchant (S. F.), dwl W s Julia N of Adams Av. 
Allen Christopher M., dwl N s Eighth bet Alice and Harrison. 
Allen Elihu, stairbuilder George M. Blair, dwl 327 Eleventh. 
Allen George, carpenter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Curtis and West. 
Allen George S., salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Fourteenth bet Market 

and West. 
Allen H. C, farm hand, dwl Chestnut bet Thirty-second and Thirty- 
fourth. 
Allen James, mariner, dwl 202 East Ninth, E. O. 
Allen James, school teacher, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 
Allen J. J., clerk, dwl Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham. 
Allen John, blacksmith, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Allen John, driver, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Allen Louise Miss, school teacher, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Allen Margaret (widow), dwl S s West Fifth bet Chester and Center. 
Allen Margaret Mrs., janitress Prescott Grammar School, dwl N s 

Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
ALLEN M. W., proprietor Oakland Carriage Manufactory, SE cor 

Tenth and Franklin, dwl 368 Tenth. 
Allen Orrin H., fireman C. P. P. R., dwl NW cor Atlantic and 

William. 
Allen S. H, well borer, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Allen Thomas, assistant janitor Prescott Grammar School, dwl N s 

Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham. 
Allen Thomas S., gardener, dwl E s Linden nr West Twelfth. 
Allen T. P., painter, dwl Railroad Exchange, O. P. 
Allen Truman H. (Allen dc Artman), dwl SE cor Webster and Third. 
Allen William, carpenter, dwl E s Adeline bet Thirty-sixth and 

Thirty-seventh. 
Allen William A., longshoreman, dwl cor Thirty-sixth and Adeline. 
Allen William J., butcher, dwl S s Atlantic bet Wood and Pine. 
Allen &: Artman (T. H. Allen and P. Artman), blacksmiths and 

horseshoers, 908 Franklin. 
Allison A. C, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, O. P. 
Allison Charles, foreman calker C. P. R. R. 
Allison David, clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Poplar, 

W. 0. 
Allison E., joiner C. P. R, R., W. 0. 
Allvn B. C., carpenter, dwl 409 Ninth. 

ALLYN'S BUILDING, W s Broadway bet Eighth and Ninth. 
Alphonse Doutrie, gardener, dwl S s Twelfth bet Washington and 

Jackson. 
Alta House, J. S. Cook proprietor, NW cor Eighth and Washington. 
Altamirono Salvadore, hay ranch, Park Av. nr town Line. 
Althof Herman, bookbinder (S. F.), dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth 

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Altschul A. (Altschid, Simon cfr Co.), dwl 615 Tenth. 
Altschul Charles (Altschul, Simon <k Co. J, dwl 615 Tenth. 
Altschul, Simon & Co. (Charles Altschul and Julius Simon), New 

York Dollar Store, 1155 Broadway. 
ALTVATER FREDERICK, groceries and liquors, SW cor Lewis 

and West Fifth, E. 0. 
Alva Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Alverson John, carpenter, dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth. 
Altwater William, groceries and liquors, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. 
Alvras John, helper, dwl Charter Oak Hotel, W. 0. 
Amador John, express wagon, E s Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, 

dwl Thirtieth nr San Pablo Av. 
Amerman I. A., superintendent IT. S. Railway Mai], Service, dwl E s 

Poplar bet Tenth and Twelfth. 
Ames Henry, wholesale butcher, dwl W s Webster bet Fourteenth 

and Fifteenth. 
Ames Henry E., dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Ames J. N, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co. 
Ames John, deputy county recorder, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Clay. 
Ames 0. W., conductor local train C. P. R. R., res Alameda. 
Amidon John, expressman, dwl E s Linden nr Thirtieth. 
Amos Joseph L. (colored), cook, dwl 856 East Fourteenth, E. 0. 
Amstutz Charles, watchmaker Lewis P. Berger, dwl 1058 Alice. 
ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS, hall 714 Broadway. 
Anderson A., coal dealer, dwl 957 Webster. 
Anderson Albert, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s William bet 

Cedar and Pine. 
Anderson Ambrose, laborer Burner & Young, dwl N s San Pablo 

Av. nr Seventeenth. 
Anderson Andrew (Thomas & A.), dwl 957 Webster. 
Anderson Andrew, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Cedar bet 

Goss and Shoi-t, W. 0. 
Anderson Andrew H., painter, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Campbell 

and Willow. 
Anderson Antone, ship carpenter C. P. R. R. 

Anderson August, cook Ignatius Martin, dwl 679 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Anderson Charles W., expressman, N s Atlantic bet Campbell and 

Willow. 
Anderson Christopher, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., 
Anderson E. W. Mrs., teacher Lafayette Primary School, dwl SE cor 

Seventh and Oak. 
Anderson Frederick, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., 
Anderson George, driver Whitney & Co.'s Express. 
Anderson George, molder, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Anderson Gustave, stevedore, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, 

W. O. 
Anderson Herald, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl C. P. Railroad House, 

W. O. 



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Anderson Isaac, porter (S. F.), dwl 822 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Anderson James E., clerk, dwl S s Eighteenth nr West. 
Anderson James S., mining, dwl W s Brush bet Second and Third. 
Anderson John P., agent California Cracker Co., 409 Fourth. 
Anderson Joseph, dwl 779 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Anderson Julia Miss (colored), laundress, dwl 462 Sixth. 
Anderson Katherine E. (colored), laundress, dwl 576 Sixth. 
Anderson Manuel, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 
Anderson P., plasterer, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Anderson Peter, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 
Anderson Peter, Carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl 720 Filbert. 
Anderson Salome (widow), furnished rooms, dwl 953 Washington. 
Anderson Simon, wood and coal (S. F.), dwl W s Poplar bet Tenth 

and Twelfth, W. O. 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Anderson Thomas, engineer stm Thoroughfare, dwl N s Cedar bet 

Goss and Short, W. O. 
Anderson Thomas Jr., fireman C. P. R. E. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Anderson W. B., drivei Landon & Co. 
Anderson William H., laborer, dwl 710 Franklin. 
Andrade Joseph S., pressman Butler & Stilwell, dwl Monroe bet La 

Rue and Broadway, E. O. 
Andreson John, carpenter C. P. P. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Bay and Cedar, W. O. 
Andressen Charles, blacksmith (S. F.), dwl 725 Eighth. 
Andressen John, blacksmith (S. F.), dwl 725 Eighth. 
Andrews Alexander, clerk, dwl E s Linden bet West Twelfth and 

West Fourteenth. 
Andrews Dennis, clerk, dwl E s Myrtle bet Twelfth and Fourteenth. 
Andrews George, stevedore, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Curtis and 

West. 
Andrews John R., painter, dwl 1ST s Elm nr Telegraph Av. 
Andi-ews Joseph, painter, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs. 
Andrews Nicholas G., mining superintendent, dwl N s Sycamore bet 

Grove and San Pablo Av. 
Andrews Thomas H., carpenter, dwl 409 Ninth. 

Andrus , carpenter, dwl 565 Second. 

Angelo Addu, gardener, dwl NW cor Seventh and Alice. 

Angel James, drug clerk, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

W. 0. 
ANGEL MYRON, editor Oakland Daily News, office 460 Ninth. 
Anthony Charles, stableman L. M. Beaudry, dwl 852 Broadway. 
Anthony Charles V. Rev., pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, dwl 

917 Alice. 
Anthony Frank, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Anthony Freeman, laborer, dwl 607 Franklin. 
Antisell Adolph, clerk, dwl W s West Fifteenth bet Kirkham and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Antone John, porter C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm El Capitan. 



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Oldest Paper in Oakland 



ESTABLISHED IN 1863. 



Oakland Daily News 



OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. 



Published every morning (Sundays excepted), and delivered throughout 
the City at 6 a. m. Has a general circulation throughout Alameda County, 
and has a CONSTANTLY INCREASING circulation among the 
MOST RESPECTABLE CLASSES of the community. 

It is the specialty of this journal to give full and accurate reports of all 
interesting incidents and events occurring in the county, and to present a full 
record of the proceedings of the Courts, and of the City Council. All infor- 
mation that is of interest or importance to real estate holders is carefully 
compiled and accurately presented. 

Politically, the paper is Independent, but its course is not dictated by 
narrow partisan considerations. It accords in sentiment with the leading 
Independent papers of the country. 

GENERAL AND LOCAL TOPICS receive special attention. 

The News is delivered to city subscribers at the rate of 15 cents per 
week, and is sent by Mail for $7.00 per annum. . 



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Bet. Broadway & "Washington Sts. 

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OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 89 

Antony Marc, laborer, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs, E. 0. 
Antony Shew, laborer T. Leonhard, cor Bay and "William, W. O. 
Applegarth John, fanner, dwl 1004 Ninth Av., E. O. 
Applegarth William, mining (S. F.), dwl SE cor Tenth Av. and East 

Eleventh, E. O. 
Appleton K. P., dwl E s Peralta bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 
Appleton Wellington, dwl N s West Eighth bet Myrtle and Market, 
APPLETON WILLIAM H., sewer-pipemaker "Daniel Brannan, j t3 



dwl SE cor Seventeenth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 






Appo Junius P., porter, dwl 713 Fifth. fxj 

Archambault Edwin A., horseshoer Sohst Bros., dwl 415 Seventh. £q 
Arches Samuel S., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl N s Eighth bet Center t?j 

and Kirkham, W. O. J^ 

Arey James A., expressman, dwl 370 Third. 
Arlett Benjamin, bricklayer, dwl SE cor Alice and Second. 
Arley Michael, C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Amies C. William (Armes & Dallam, S. F.), dwl 716 Thirteenth. 
Armes George W. (Armes <b Dallam, S. F.J, dwl SE cor Brush and |j 

Thirteenth. g, 

Armstrong George, clerk, dwl S s East Seventeenth bet Fifth and 

Sixth avs, E. O. ©j 

Armstrong H. E., laborer, dwl E s Market nr Twenty-second. | |i 

Armstrong James, carpenter, dwl Twenty-fourth nr Chestnut. 
Armstrong James F., helper C. P. P. P., dwl cor Seventeenth and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Armstrong John, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 
Armstrong L., upholsterer, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Armstrong Michael J., carpenter, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Market EJ 

and Myrtle. 
Armstrong R. (widow), dwl Lake Road nr Lake Merritt, E. O. 
Armstrong Robert, carpenter, dwl Eland House. 
Arnett J. G., well-borer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Arnold C. F., miner, dwl E s Linden bet W T est Eighth and "West 
Tenth. 

Arnold Cyrus, trainer, Oakland Trotting Park. 

Arnold H., clerk J. J. O'Brien, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Arnold James W., salesman J. Lusk &, Co., dwl N s Evoy Av. bet 
Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 

Arnold Pelig, plumber A. Gemmell, dwl Atlantic, "W. O. 

Arnold P. H, salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., dwl 1057 Washington. 

ARNOLD THOMAS J., city engineer, office 10 City Hall, dwl 957 
Castro. 

Arps John, milkman, dwl E s Filbert bet Eighteenth and Twenty- 
first. 

Arras George, teamster, dwl Overland House. 

Arth Jacob, workman Washington Brewery, dwl 826 Broadway. 

Arthur Edwin M., paying teller Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F), dwl SW 
cor Twelfth and Castro. 



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Arthur George N., merchant (S. F.), dwl 819 Market. 

Arthur James, dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth and "West Four- 
teenth. 

Arthur John D., merchant (S. R), dwl SW cor Twelfth and Castro. 

Artman Phil (Allen & A.), dwl 461 Ninth. 

Ash Henry, stoves, tinware, etc., 817 Broadway. 

Ash William, carpenter, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Chestnut. 

Ashby James T., clerk William B. Hardy, dwl 959 Broadway. 

Ashford Joseph, laundrymau C. Partenscky, N s Twelfth bet Center 
and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Ashmore A., cooper, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Ashmore Joseph, dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, W. O. 

Ashworth John, carpenter, dwl E s Henry bet Third and Fourth, 
W. O. 

Aspern Henry, laborer Gilardin Bros., dwl 667 East Twelfth, E. O. 

ASSESSOR CITY OF OAKLAND, Joseph M. Dillon, office City 
Hall. 

ASSESSOR BROOKLYN TOWNSHIP, A. B. Webster, office 
626 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

ASSESSOR OAKLAND TOWNSHIP, J. E. Whitcher, office 462 
Ninth. 

Atchinson B. M., produce dealer (S. F.), dwl 603 East Fourteenth, 
E. O. 

Atherton William, engineer, dwl Eighth nr Adeline. 

Atherton William, laborer Evening Bulletin, dwl N s West Fifth bet 
Center and Chester. 

Athey James, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Center bet Ninth and 
Tenth, W. O. 

Athey John, carpenter, dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, W. O. 

Atkins George, waiter, dwl SE cor Twenty-eighth and West. 

Atkinson Arthur S., laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Market. 

Atkinson George D., Piedmont Milk Dairy, junction San Pablo Av. 
and Adeline, depot 829 Broadway, res Temescal. 

Atkinson Joseph, dwl NW cor Sixteenth and Cypress, W. O. 

Atkinson AV. H, brakeman local train C. P. R. R., res Brooklyn. 

Atkinson William, carpenter, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TELEGRAPH CO., offices: Broad- 
way Railroad Station, Market and First, Oakland Point, C. P. 
R. R. Co.'s Ferry Wharf, and Tubbs' Hotel. 

ATTORNEY CITY OF OAKLAND, S. R Gilcrest, office 9 City 
Hall 

Atwill Joseph F., mining agent (S. F.), dwl 907 Jackson. 

Atwood M. C, carriage painter King & Williams, dwl Clay bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth. 

AUDITOR COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, Peter R. Borein, office 
County Court House. 

Augustus A, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Augustus Domingo, laborer, dwl S s East Fifteenth bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Auld Eliza (widow), dwl 475 Ninth. 



J. S. Qt, GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ice. 469 Ninth St. 



0. F. S— Extra family and Graham flour, 418 Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 91 

Auld Ocian, painter Dunham & Lathrop, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Auld Royal I (Auld & Bar/red), dwl 475 Ninth. 

AULD <fe BARFRED (R. I. Auld and E. A. Bar/red), booksell- 
ers, stationers, and bath house, 457 Ninth. 

Austin B., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Austin E. D., carpenter, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Willow, 
W. O. 

Austin Joseph, painter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay and Cedar, 
W. 0. 

Austin Marcus E., real estate agent, dwl 376 East Fourteenth, E. O.* 

Auroux Edward, laborer, dwl cor First and Webster. 

AUSTRALIAN FOREST TREE NURSERY, Bailey & Son 
proprietors, NW cor East Twelfth and Third Av., E. O. 

Averill Emery H., carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Avert Carl, C. P. R R, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Avery Samuel, ship carpenter, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, 
W. O. 

Avis W. T., watchman Pacific Planing Mill, dwl cor Bay and Wil- 
liam, W. O. 

Ayers Charles W., real estate, dwl W s Jefferson bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth. 

Ayers David M., horse dealer, dwl 911 Webster. 

Ayers Samuel, candy manufacturer, dwl W s Chester bet Railroad 
Av. and Eighth, W. 0. 

Ayers W. H., contractor, dwl cor Twenty-eighth and Filbert. 

Avlward Simon, gardener, dwl N s Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth. 

Avmar J. V., carpenter, dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, 
W. O. 

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Babb Alfred, fanner, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Chestnut. 

Babbett Robert, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Adeline. 

Babbitt Frederick, fireman, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 

Babcock , dwl N s Thirtieth bet Chestnut and Linden. 

BABCOCK GEORGE (Babcock & Gould), dwl N s Tenth bet Pop- 
lar and Kirkham, W. O. 
Babcock George L. Prof, teacher music Oakland Home School, S s 

Hobart bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs, dwl 1002 Webster. 
Babcock George W., contractor and builder, dwl SE cor Eleventh 

Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Babcock Heman P., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 1005 

Washington. 
Babcock John, carpenter, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

and Twenty-ninth. 
Babcock Lafayette M., tinsmith J. J. O'Shea, dwl cor Thirtieth and 

Chestnut. 



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92. OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 

Babcock Mary J. (widow), teacher private school, dwl E s Castro bet 
Seventh and Eighth. 

Babcock P., carpenter, dwl Adeline bet Thirty-second and Thirty- 
fourth. 

BABCOCK & GOULD (George Babcock and Henry Gould), pro- 
prietors Oakland City Flour Mills, Third nr Broadway. 

Bachelder Pharis J., carpenter and builder, dwl 719 Ninth bet Cas- 
tro and Brush. 

Bachman Robert, carpenter, dwl N s Eighteenth nr Linden. 

^ackenstos James, lather, dwl 462 Fifth. 

Backer Emma Miss, dressmaker, dwl NW cor Cedar and West 
Eighth, W. O. 

Backer John, bookkeeper, dwl NW cor Cedar and West Eighth, W. 0. 

Backer Victor, butcher, dwl NW cor Cedar and West Eighth, W. O. 

Backes Peter, proprietor Zimmerman Gardens, NE cor Second and 
Harrison. 

Bacon Adeline A. Mrs., dwl W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Bacon Edward, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Adeline and Linden. 

Bacon Edward, grocer, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Chase, W. O. 

Bacon Frank M., millwright Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., dwl E 
s Seventh Av.'nr East Eleventh, E. 0. 

Bacon Henry D., real estate (S. F.), dwl 960 Oak. 

Bacon James H., candies, 965 Broadway, dwl 409 Ninth. 

Bacon John E., contractor, dwl N s West Sixteenth bet Cypress and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

Bacon T., grocer, dwl E s Chestnut bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth. 

Bacon Truman F., dwl SW cor Seventeenth and Clay. 

Bacon W. F., clerk William B. Hardy, dwl 359 Ninth. 

Badger David, miner, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Fil- 
bert. 

Badger Thomas W., proprietor Grand Central Park, Seventh Av. bet 
East Eighth and Tenth, E. O. 

Badger William A., plasterer, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden 
and Filbert. 

Bagge Charles, dwl W s Peralta cor West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Bagge Christian, farmer, dwl W s Peralta cor West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Bagge Theodore F., gardening, dwl SE cor Railroad Av. and Center. 

Baggs J. J., dwl E s Kirkham bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Bagley J. B., carpenter and builder, dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and 
Peralta, W. O. 

Baglin James (Taylor & B.), dwl S s Alden nr San Pablo Av. 

Bahls John, bookbinder (S. F.), dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth 
and West Tenth. 

Bailey , dwl 858 Clay. 

Bailey A., painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Bailey B., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Bailey Charles A., bookkeeper, dwl N s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty- 
second. 






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OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 93 

Bailey G. H., carpenter C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Bailey George R. (Bailey & Son), dwl 1115 Third Av., E. 0. 
Bailey James (Bailey & Son), dwl 1115 Third Av., E. 0. 
Bailey James, gardener, dwl 464 Third. 

Bailey John N., contractor, dwl NW cor Sixth Av. and East Six- 
teenth, E. O. 
Bailey John W., blacksmith, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Per- 

alta, W. O. 
Bailey R. S. (R. S. Bailey & Co.), res San Francisco. 
Bailey R. S. & Co. (S. S. Parsons), restaurant, Oakland Wharf. 
Bailey S. T., carpenter, dwl N s Fourteenth nr West. 
Bailey William B., carpenter, dwl 522 Eighth. 
Bailey William I., merchant (S. F.), dwl 675 Fifth. 
Bailey William W., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl NE cor Eighth 

and Clay. 
Bailey W. T., printer, dwl 963 Franklin bet Ninth and Tenth. 
BAILEY &l SON, proprietors Australian Forest Tree Nursery, NW 

cor East Twelfth and Third Av., E. 0. 
Bair D. H., fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Baird David A., laborer Blethen & Terry, dwl S s Ninth bet Web- 
ster and Franklin. 
Baird George, clerk, dwl E s Adeline nr West Tenth, W. 0. 
Baird Samuel, carpet layer C. L. Taylor, dwl 365 Ninth. 
Bajen Joseph, merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth 

and West Tenth. 
Bakeman F., brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 
Baker A. F., contractor dwl S s Sixteenth nr Grove. 
Baker Alfred S., grainer and first assistant engineer 0. F. D., dwl 

S s Eleventh bet Brush and West. 
Baker A. S. Mrs., dressmaker, 1068 Broadway rooms 27 and 28. 
Baker Charles, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Baker Charles W., painter W. M. Ballantyne, dwl 956 Franklin nr 

Ninth. 
Baker G. A., machine hand, dwl 608 Fourth. 
Baker G. A., teamster, dwl 761 Jefferson. 
Baker H. B., U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl 1068 Broadway. 
Baker Henry Y. (Chase & B.), and postmaster West Oakland, dwl 

NW cor West Eighth and Wood, W. O. 
Baker James W., commission merchant (S. F.), dwl N s Adams Av. 

bet town line and Fruit Vale. 
Baker J. C. Rev., agent Baptist Publication Society (S. F.), dwl SE 

cor Fourth and Harrison. 
Baker John, bootmaker, 617 Broadway. 
Baker Justus, laborer, dwl 608 Fourth. 
Baker Michael, mason, dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Baker Nathan, real estate, dwl NE cor West Twelfth and Poplar, 

W. O. 
Baker N. E., mining, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

W. O. 



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Baker Orrin "V., machinist (S. F.), dwl NW cor Short and Pine, 

w. o. 

BAKER PETER, groceries, 823 Broadway, dwl 363 Fifth. 

Baker Rice (Baker & Williams), dwl 424 Third. 

Baker Turpin A., liquor saloon, 422 Eleventh, dwl E s Webster bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Baker William, dwl 1123 Eleventh Av., E. 0. 
Baker & Williams (Rice Baker and James Williams), plasterers, 424 

Third. 
BALDWIN DAVID M. (Baldwin, Reilay & Bradway), physician 

and surgeon, office 1059 Broadway, dwl 1160 Alice. 
Baldwin James W., engineer, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center 

and Kirkkam, W. O. 
Baldwin Joseph, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth. 
Baldwin Marvin A., mining, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Baldwin, Reilay & Bradway (D. M. Baldwin, John P. Reilay^ and 

Joseph R. Bradway), physicians and surgeons, office 1059 

Broadway. 
Baliran Jean, baker J. Mallett & Co., dwl 617 Broadway. 
Ball Albert M., book agent, dwl 1012 Adeline. 
Ball Charles H., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Chase bet Willow 

and Campbell, W. 0. 
Ball Francis, master mariner, dwl W s Clay nr Sixteenth. 
Ball George W., dwl 1ST s Chase bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Ball Harry, painter, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Ball H. W., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Chase bet Willow and Campbell, 

W. 0. 
Ball James, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl W. 0. 
Ball James U., tinsmith, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-second. 
Ball John A., inventor and dealer patents, dwl N s Sycamore nr 

Grove. 
Ball Robert C, architect (S. F.), dwl 1012 Adeline. 
Ball Thomas A., insurance agent, dwl 616 Eighth. 
Ball Thomas M., printer Evening Tribune, dwl cor Clay and Six- 
teenth. 
Ballantyne William M., painter and paperhanger, 1109 Frankin. 
Ballard George, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Ballard James W., billiard saloon, SE cor Pine and Railroad Av., dwl 

S s Atlantic bet Pine and Wood. 
Ballard S. K., bookkeeper New Zealand Insurance Co. (S. F.), dwl 

1055 Broadway. 
Ballard Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s Fourteenth bet Market and West. 
Ballou W. N. Mrs., dwl E s Myrtle bet Twenty-oighth and Thirtieth. 
Balmforth Ralf, janitor Lincoln Grammer School, dwl S s Sixteenth 

bet Clay and San Pablo Av. 
Balsey John, painter and grainer, dwl 821 Washington. 
Balstow James, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Balzer John, bootmaker John O'Rourke, dwl cor Broadway and First. 
Bamford William, physician, office 657 East Twelfth, dwl 621 East 

Fifteenth, E. O. 



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OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 95 

Bancroft W. H., physician, dwl NE cor Eighth and Harrison. 

Bangle Alice Mrs. (widow), dwl SW cor Eleventh A v. and East 
Nineteenth, E. O. 

Bangle Branson (Bangle & Chase), dwl SE cor East Sixteenth and 
Tenth Av., E. O. 

Bangle Edward, carriage painter, 803 East Twelfth, dwl S s East 
Seventeenth bet Eighth and Ninth avs, E. O. 

Bangle Phoebe (widow), dwl S s East Seventeenth bet Eighth and 
Ninth avs., E. O. 

Bangle &, Chase (Branson Bangle and George Chase), house and sign 
painters, 601 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Bankhead David B. (Bankhead <b Sons), dwl cor Fourth and Cas- 
tro. 

Bankhead Hugh (Bankhead & Sons), dwl N s Twenty-second bet 
Curtis and West. 

Bankhead Malcolm (Bankhead <k Sons), dwl cor Fourth and Castro. 

Bankhead Malcolm, tinsmith James Dalziel, dwl cor Fourth and 
Castro. 

Bankhead & Sons (Malcolm, Hugh, and David B.), auctioneers and 
second-hand furniture dealers, 811 Broadway. 

Banks Charles W., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl NW cor Telegraph Av. 
and Walton. 

Banks Edward, deck hand stmrs C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Banks James, porter C. P. R. R., res San Francisco. 

Banks James, teamster, dwl S s Twenty-third bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Banks John, cook Moses G. Morse, dwl Tenth nr Broadway 

Bannister Alfred, surveyor and engineer, office 1004 Broadway, res 
Alameda. 

Bannister Cranmer, boarding and feed stable, foot Broadway. 

Baptiste Antonio, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda, 

Baptiste John H., gold-penmaker (S. F.), dwl 954 West Fifth, 
W. O. 

Barato A., dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West Tenth 
W. O. 

BARBAGELATA FRANK, hardware and crockery, 1070 Broad- 
way, dwl 606 Third. 

Barber William, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

Barbour W. R., teacher chemistry Golden Gate Academy, dwl Aca- 
demy Hill. 

Barclay Thomas, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Barclay Thomas, tailor M. J. Healy, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Barenkamp Elizabeth Mrs., boarding and lodging, 409 Ninth. 

Barfred E. A. (Auld & B.), dwl 457 Ninth. 

Barger R, printer, dwl W s Poplar bet Tenth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Barhouse F. C, carpenter, dwl 557 Sixth. 

Bark Thomas, brakeman C. P. R, R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Barker A. S., miller, dwl Twenty-sixth nr Magnolia. 

Barker Frank, carpenter, dwl 470 Eighth. 



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96 OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 

Barker James L., merchant (S. F.), dwl 1103 West Third. 

Barker Joshua, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl NW cor Webster and Pros- 
pect Av. 

Barker Timothy L., grocer (S. F), dwl E s Myrtle bet Ninth and 
Tenth. 

Barkus John, carpenter, dwl 414 Sixth. 

Barley John H., carpenter, dwl 365 Ninth. 

Barlow Charles, real estate, dwl 913 Madison. 

Barnard George, carpenter C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Barnes Charles D., machine hand Blethen & Terry, dwl 410 Third. 

Barnes Emma (widow), dwl N s West Eighth bet Myrtle and Mar- 
ket. 

Barnes George R., blindmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 410 Third. 

Barnes Henry W. (Barnes & Taylor), dwl 562 East Fourteenth, 
E. O. 

Barnes Thomas, dwl W s Filbert bet West First and Third. 

BARNES & TAYLOR (Henry W. Barnes and F. L. Taylor), 
doors, windows, and blinds, N s Second bet Broadway and 
Washington. 

Barnett John, painter, dwl 523 Eighth. 

Barnett John Mrs., furnished rooms, 523 Eighth. 

Barnett Edward, dry goods, etc., 825 Broadway. 

Barnett Rufus P., dwl S s Seward bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Barnett W. F., dwl 967 Jackson. 

Barney P. W., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Barnhart George W, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine 
and Wood, W. O. 

Barnliisel Charles F, watchman C. P. R. R., dwl 866 East Four- 
teenth, E. O. 

Bamum Columbus, fruits, dwl 612 Broadway. 

Barnum G. H., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Baron John W., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet Ninth and 
Tenth, W. O. 

Baroni Domingo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Barrett Abraham, boots and shoes, 1057 Broadway. 

Barrett Alexander P., butcher, dwl N s William bet Cedar and 
Bay. 

Barrett Alfred, carpenter, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Barrett Charles P., cutter Purdy & Litchfield (S. F.), dwl E s Chest- 
nut bet West Tenth and West Twelfth. 

Barrett D., upholsterer E. Hook, dwl Centre bet Sixth and Seventh. 

Barrett John, laborer, dwl NE cor Thirteenth Av. and East Four- 
teenth, E. O. 

Barrett John, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Barrett Patrick, market, NW cor Broadway and Fifth, dwl 514 
Fifth. 

Barrett R. P., foreman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Barrett Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Twentieth nr New Broadway. 



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OAKLAND B ] DIRECTOR T. 97 

Barrett William, seltzer water agent, dwl NE cor Broadway and 
Twelfth. 

Barrilis Nobile L. D., Italian Consul, office (S. F.), dwl W s Kirk- 
ham bet West Eighth and West Ninth, W. O. 

Barron S., dwl N s West Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Barrows Thomas, agent Victor Sewing Machine, dwl W s Webster 
nr Moss Av. 

Barry Bait, deck hand C. P. R. R., Oakland Feny Wharf. 

Barry David, gardener, dwl 1022 West. 

Barry G., laborer, dwl -109 Seventh. 

Barry George, machinist, dwl N s West Seventeenth bet Cypress 
and Kirkham, W. O. 

Barry John, gardener, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and Per- 
alta, W. O. 

Barry John, tinsmith, dwl Short nr Cedar, W. O. 

Barry Michael, carpenter, dwl 1022 West. 

Barry M. S., carpenter, dwl S s Eighteenth nr West. 

Barry Thomas, boarding, SW cor Sixth and Harrison. 

Barry William, gardener, dwl W s Market bet Twentieth and Twen- 
ty-first. 

Barstow Anson (Sarpy <£ B.), dwl N s Eighteenth bet Linden and 
Filbert. 

Barstow David P., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl NW cor Market and 
Eighteenth. 

Barstow F., merchant, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Barstow Frederick L., miner, dwl W s Center bet West Ninth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Barstow Joseph, dwl E s Harrison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Bartelow John, salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Twelfth bet Campbell and 
Willow, W. O. 

Bartels Charles, hair-dressing saloon, 457 Seventh, dwl 615 Sixth. 

Bartels William, upholsterer Elijah Hook, dwl 359 Third. 

BARTER GEORGE W., editor and proprietor Semi-tropical Press, 
office N s Railroad Av. bet Wood and Willow, dwl Grand 
Western Hotel, W. O. 

Barth Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 
Kirkham, W. 0. 

Bartleman G. B., clerk, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Bartlett C. F. (widow), dwl 1014 Ninth Av., E. 0. 

Bartlett Edwin E., captain C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm tug Rival, dwl 
N s William bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

Bartlett George, dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Bartlett House, R. Meacham proprietor, 473 Seventh. 

Bartlett Pliny, laundry, dwl Ns Railroad A v. bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Bartlett Samuel carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Bartlett Thomas F., printer, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 



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98 OAKLAND B ] DIRECTORY. 

Bartlett William C, journalist, dwl S s Prospect Av., bet Telegraph 
Av. and Webster. 

BARTLETTS BUILDING, S s Seventh bet Washington and Broad- 
way. 

Bartling William (Bartling & Kimball, S. F.), dwl 719 Fourteenth. 

Bartols Henry, driver, dwl S s Twenty -first bet Telegraph Av. and 
Broadway. 

Barton Edward, carriagemaker, dwl cor Chestnut and Twenty-first. 

Barton George, bricklayer, dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and Twen- 
ty-eighth. 

Barton J. F., brakeman C. P. P. P., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Basham Frederick, capitalist, dwl E s Market nr Seventeenth. 

Bass C, teamster, dwl E s Adeline bet Eighteenth and Twentieth. 

Bassett Alonzo, stonecutter, dwl 1117 West. 

Bassett A. S., house painter, dwl 1005 Franklin. 

Bassett Eugene, chainman T. J. Arnold, dwl NE cor East Twentieth 
and Seventh Av. 

Bassett James, dwl 471 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Bassett Philip C, carpenter, dwl NW cor Seventh Av. and East Twen- 
tieth, E. O. 

Bassett Robert, clerk, dwl 471 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Bastian Frederick, blacksmith C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 
Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Batchelder James, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl 1065 Twelfth Av., 
E. O. 

Batchelder P. J., carpenter, dwl 719 Ninth. 

Bateman Abraham, miner, dwl E s Franklin bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth. 

BATES BENNETT R., manager Western Union Telegraph Co., 
office SE cor Broadway and Ninth, dwl 1165 Jackson. 

Bates Charles, farmer, dwl W s Market bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first. 

Bates Charles D., superintendent Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl 
564 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Bates Edward, painter, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Chestnut and 
Linden. 

Bates Henry, machinist, dwl N s Pine bet Division and Seward, 

w. o. 

Bates Michael, engineer, dwl Fifteenth nr Center, W. O. 

Bates N., trackman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. 0. 
Bates S., calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Batstone James, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Batterill C. C, dwl Market nr Twenty-fourth. 
Battey Hannah Mrs., domestic Col. S. Woods, NE cor Eighth and 

Jefferson. 
Battles John, laborer, dwl SW cor Seventeenth and Kirkham, W. O. 
Battles William, upholsterer, dwl 359 Third. 
Bauder Christian (Christian Bander & Co.), dwl 838 Broadway. 



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OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 99 

Bauder Christian & Co. (George Earwart), proprietors Golden Star 

Hotel and Restaurant, 838 Broadway. 
Bauden J. P., carpenter, dwl 605 Tenth. 

Bauer Alexander, barkeeper David Wemmer, dwl 473 Eighth. 
Bauer Christian, liquor saloon, 866 Broadway. 
Bauer M., carpenter, dwl W s Campbell bet Railroad Av. and Chase, 

W. 0. 
Bauerle J., dwl SW cor Grove and Fourth. 
Baughman William, wagonmaker, dwl 765 Jackson. 
Baughman William E. J. (Clarkdc Co.), dwl S Wcor Jackson and Fifth. 
Baum Edward, real estate, dwl Ss West Eighth bet Adeline and Union. 
Baux F. A., real estate (S. F.), dwl 834 Jackson. 
Baux Jean B., merchant (S. F,), dwl 834 Jackson. 
Baxley John W., sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl 329 Third. 
Baxter J. B., dwl N s San Pablo Av. nr Olmsted House. 
Baxter Lee, tinsmith Lynde & Howard, dwl W s Thirteenth Av. 

bet East Fifteenth and Sixteenth, E. O. 
Baxter Samuel T., mason, dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Baxter William S., assayer (S. F), dwl 810 Webster. 

Bay Harmen, farmer, dwl 1117 Castro. 

BAY NURSERY, James Hutchison proprietor, NE cor Telegraph 

Av. and Bay Place, office NW cor Broadway and Fourteenth. 
Bayerque E. M. (widow), dwl 222 Eleventh. 
Bayles William H, clerk J. S. Crosley, dwl 412 Twelfth. 
Bay ley George B., note teller Bank of California (S. F.), and Poultry 

Yard, dwl NW cor Sixteenth and Castro. 
Baylis Joseph, driver G. H. Naegle, dwl S s Lydia bet Market and 

West. 
Baylis Joseph, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 
Baylis Margaret Mrs., nurse, dwl 527 Seventh. 
Bayliss Henry R., blindmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl Overland House. 
Bayly Charles H., dwl 838 Broadway. 
Bazine Jose, cook, dwl NW cor Cedar and Goss, W. O. 
Beal John, carpenter, dwl 815 Filbert. 

Beal John, carpenter, dwl E s Adeline bet West First and West Third. 
Beale N. x carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Centre and Kirkham, W. O. 
Beale N, mining, dwl W s Center bet West Ninth and West Tenth, 

w. o. 

Beamis A., butcher Prescott & Co., dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Bean Archibald E., carpenter, dwl W s West bet Twenty-first and 

Lydia. 
Bean C. O., teacher California Military Academy, dwl N s Prospect 

Av. bet Telegraph Av. and Broadway. 
Bean F., molder, dwl S s Twelfth nr Market. 
Bear Abx^aham, yardman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Bear John, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 
Bear Uriah, yardman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Beaton H. A., inspector C. P. R. R., dwl N s Goss bet Pine and 

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OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 101 

Beatty John, teamster, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and "West. 
Beatty Frank, carpenter, dwl W s Filbert bet West Twelfth and 

West Fourteenth, W. O. 
Beaudouin Frank, umbrella repairer, etc., 613 Broadway. 
BEAUDRY LEWIS M., livery and sale stables, 852 Broadway 

(and Beaudry & McAvoy), dwl 860 Brush. 
BEAUDRY & McAVOY (Lewis M. Beaudry and IT. J. McAvoy), 

undertakers, 850 Broadway. 
Beauregard Frank, porter P. Bocqueraz, dwl 822 Broadway. 
Bechdel N. A., foreman machine shop C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Becht Charles, butcher Adam Koob, dwl cor Franklin and Eleventh. 
Becht Edward, gardener, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Becht George (Becht & Nicol), dwl 1017 Franklin. 
Becht George J., plumber, dwl SE cor Fourteenth and Webster. 
Becht Joseph, capitalist, dwl SE cor Fourteenth and Webster. 
BECHT & NICOL (George Becht and Peter Nicol), plumbers and 

gasfitters, 1014 Broadway. 
Beck Harry, tinner, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Adeline. 
Beck Thomas, gardener, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 

Filbert. 
Becker Charles, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Bay and Cedar, W. O. 
Becker Charles, stableman Oakland Railroad Co. 
Becker William, tanner Crist k Rued, dwl NE cor Twenty-first Av. 

and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Beckers S. XL, clerk, dwl N s Fourteenth nr West. 
Beckett Samuel A., draughtsman (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet West 

Third and Fifth. 
Beckwith Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Thirteenth bet Market and 

West. 
Bedel William, laborer, dwl NE cor Eleventh and Franklin. 
Beebe Charles, salesman (S. F.), dwl 916 Myrtle. 
Beebe Eddie, driver Hunt & Wharton, dwl Webster bet Tenth and 

Eleventh. 
Beebe Edwin L., canvassing agent Dennen & Newhouse, dwl NW cor 

Twenty-second and West. 
Beeby Robert J., harnessmaker James Lentell, res Temescal. 
Beedle William H., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Beel Martin S., jeweler, dwl 378 Ninth. 
Beel Philip S., engraver (S. F.), dwl 378 Ninth. 
Beel Salomon, capitalist, dwl 378 Ninth. 
Beggs John, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-seventh nr Grove. 
Behrens George, dwl 373 Second. 
Beiler Mary Miss, dressmaker, dwl 921 Broadway. 
Beitzel Jacob, Union Saloon, S s East Fourteenth bet Nineteenth 

and Twentieth avs, E. O. 
Belcher Frederick P., drayman (S. F.), dwl SW cor West Four- 
teenth and Myrtle. 
Belden Claude, hairdresser E. Mosca, dwl cor Sixteenth and Kirkham. 



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102 OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 

Belden Edward E., carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Kirkham and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Belden Harlow, baggageman, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Belden Henry, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Belden John L., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market and 

Curtis. 
Belden R. A., barkeeper H. A. Randlett, Oakland Trotting Park 

nr San Pablo Av. 
Belden Richard A., student, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Belin Charles, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Belinge Stephen, carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl Eighth bet 

"Washington and Broadway. 
Bell Adam E., coachman T. H. Williams, junction Eleventh and 

Market. 
Bell E. F., blacksmith, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Ade- 
line. 
Bell E. J., dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Bell Henry R., superintendent Badger's Central Park, dwl E s 

Seventh Av. bet East Seventh and Ninth, E. O. 
Bell Montie "W, salesman Aaron N. Waclis, dwl N s Tenth bet 

Franklin and Broadway. 
Bell Thomas, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Bell William, clerk, dwl 410 Tenth. 
Bell William D., laborer, dwl 1054 Franklin. 
Bellars W. T., carpet beater, dwl 361 Ninth. 
Bellingall Charles, bookkeeper National Brewery Depot, dwl 410 

Tenth. 
Bellingall Peter W., dwl cor Filbert and Eighteenth. 
Belloir Peter, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl S s 

Sixteenth nr West. 
Belman O, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 
Belmont F. A., dwl S s Eighth bet Adeline and Union. 
Beluke Charles, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Beman M. E. Mrs., clairvoyant physician, 376 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Bemis Orlando (Prescott <& Co.), dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Ben Carl, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Bendell Herman (Fillman & B., S. F.), dwl NE cor Third and 

Alice. 
Benden Charles F., carpenter, dwl cor West Twelfth and Campbell, 

W. O. 
Benedict Charles, brakeman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Benedict H. Gano, student, dwl junction Clinton Av. and Mathews, 

E. O. 
Benedict Newton, insurance broker, dwl Block 7 Watson Tract, 

junction Clinton Av. and Mathews, E. O. 
Benedict N. P. Mrs., dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 
Benedict Read (Benedict Bros., N. Y.), dwl 104 East Twelfth, E. O. 



Drink Napa Soda, a pure, natural mineral water. Agency, 169 Ninth. 



0. F. S.— Every bale of hay sold by weight, 416 Ninth St.— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 103 

Benham John A., contractor (S. F.), dwl E s Telegraph Av. 

BENITZ BLOCK, NE cor Broadway and Tenth. 

Benjamin John, tanner, dwl Adeline nr Thirty-fourth. 

Benn George, carpenter, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center ami Kirkham, 

W. 0. 
Benner Frederick M., melter U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl SE cor Sixteenth 

and West. 
Bennett Edward, laborer, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Bennett George L., plumber, dwl S s Fourteenth bet Market and 

West. 
Bennett James P., collector, dwl 461 Ninth. 
Bennett Louis, shoemaker Daniel O'Keeffe, dwl Fifteenth bet West 

and Market. 
Bennett Matthew, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Campbell bet Seward and 

Lincoln, W. O. 
Bennett Michael, junk dealer, dwl 1ST s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Bennett N, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

W. O. 
Bennett Orville D., laborer Blethen & Terry, dwl 337 Third. 
Bennett Robert A., merchant (S. F.), dwl 114 Eleventh. 
Bennett W. H., printer, dwl 461 Ninth. 

Bennett W. M., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Bennison Andrew B., salesman E. D. Block & Co., dwl 856 Brush bet 

Seventh and Eighth. 
Bennison George E. (E. D. Block & Co.), dwl 856 Brush bet Seventh 

and Eighth. 
Bennison William E., salesman E. D. Block & Co., dwl 856 Brush bet 

Seventh and Eighth. 
Bense Alfred, clerk, dwl W s Campbell bet Lincoln and Twelfth, 

W. O. 
Benson Henry A., farmer, dwl N s Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle. 
Benson James, clerk, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Bentley Lettie E. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, dwl 1169 
Tenth Av., E. 0. 

Bentley Margaret A. (widow), dwl S s Eighteenth cor Castro. 

Bentley Nelson, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Bentley William D., dwl W s Brush bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

Bentley William R., proprietor Russell House, 1113 Broadway. 

Benton A. C, mailing clerk Post Office, dwl S s Sixteenth nr San 
Pablo Av. 

Benton B. F, clerk, dwl W s Kirkham nr West Twelfth. 

Benton John, carpenter, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, 
W. O. 

BENTON JOHN E., postmaster, office 463 Ninth, dwl S s Six- 
teenth bet Clay and San Pablo Av. 

BENTON JOSEPH A., senior professor Pacific Theological Semin- 
ary, dwl Hawthorne bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

Benton Mary P. Mrs., teacher painting, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Clay 
and San Pablo Av. 



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104 OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 

Benz Martin, tanner Crist and Rued, dwl !NE cor Twenty-first Av. 

and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Benzon A. F., bookkeeper, dwl Newland's Hotel. 
Berard Acbille, workman Oakland Artificial Stone Manufacturing 

Co., dwl 615 Franklin. 
Berard Alfred, French Laundry, dwl 308 Tenth. 
Beretta G., dwl S s Seward bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Berg Adolph, clerk Custom House (S. F.), dwl N s Eleventh bet 

Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Berg Maurice (Lutz <k B.), dwl 663 Washington. 
Bergen F. M., farmer, dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Berger Henry H, dwl E s Telegraph Av. cor Twenty-first. 
Berger Lewis P., manufacturing and importing jeweler, 967 Broad- 
way, dwl N s Railroad Av bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Berger Mathias, carpenter, dwl W s Myrtle bet West First and Third. 
Bergess Edward, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Kirkham and Poplar, W. O. 
Berkeley Laundry, Charles Partenscky proprietor, N s Twelfth bet 

Center and Kirkham, W. O., office 457 Seventh. 
Berlin Charles, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Bermingham E. D., watchman City Market, dwl 829 Franklin. 
Bernal Guadalup, farmer, N s old county road near Sausal Creek. 
Bernamayou Hyppolite, baker Mouret & Lanne, dwl 912 Franklin. 
Bernamayou Peter, vegetable garden, N s East Fourteenth bet 

Twenty-third Av. and town line, E. O. 
Bernard J., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Adeline. 
Berry David, harness and saddlery, 866 Broadway, dwl cor First and 

Broadway. 
Berry Fred, laborer, C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Berry H. V., route agent Daily Transcript. 
Berry John, brakeman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Berry L. G., dwl 527 Seventh. 

Berry Samuel, carpenter, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Adeline. 
Berry William, carpenter and builder, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and 

Taylor, W. O. 
Berry W. L., printer, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Berryman Claus, driver Shakespear & Walter, res Temescal. 
Bertha James, merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet Eighth and 

West Tenth. 
Bessette Gabriele, teamster Remillard & Bros, dwl NE cor Clay and 

First. 
Besseuille Andre, teamster Remillard & Bros., dwl NE cor Clay and 

First. 
Bessey Frederick, machinist, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Bessler Peter, barkeeper, dwl West Thirteenth bet Peralta and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Best George, gardener, dwl San Pablo Av. junction Adeline. 
Best John, brakeman C. P. R. R, Oakland Fetry Wharf. 
Beswick William, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow 

and Campbell, W. O. 



Fresh milk cream and butter milk; wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S.— Oatmeal and corn meal, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 105 

Betancue Joseph, carpenter George M. Blair, dwl S s Bay Place 
bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

Bethell L., carpenter, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, "W. O. 

Bettman Joseph J., merchant, dwl 513 Ninth. 

Bettman J. J. Mrs., milliner and millinery goods, 1000 Broadway. 

Betts Charles, dwl NE cor Eleventh and "Webster. 

Betts Orrington, expressman Whitney & Co., dwl N s Sycamore bet 
Grove and San Pablo Av. 

Betts Peter M., carriagemaker, dwl 711 Filbert. 

Betts William M., carriage-spring manufacturer (S. F.),dwl Es Myrtle 
bet Twelfth and Fourteenth. 

Betty P. G., expressman, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 
Filbert. 

Betz Henry, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl 726 Myrtle. 

Betz Jacob, foreman Washington Brewery, dwl 826 Broadway. 

Betz Louis, clerk George Blum, dwl cor Seventh and Franklin. 

Betz Philip, liquor saloon, 850 Franklin. 

Bibber Charles R., ship joiner (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West 
Third and West Fifth, W. O. 

Bibo John, clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Adeline. 

Biddle A. Mrs., dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Bidleman Enoch G., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr 
Twenty-second. 

Bidwell Willard, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 

Bierce Albert S., employe U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl E s Market nr 
Fourteenth. 

Bigelow Charles B., manufacturer, dwl E s Franklin bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth. 

Bigelow Elijah, real estate agent, office 900 Broadway, dwl 1155 Brush. 

Bigelow Martin, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Market. 

Bigelow T. B., real estate agent, office 900 Broadway, dwl 1157 Jef- 
ferson. 

Biggins Thomas, boilermaker, dwl Center nr Sixteenth, W. O. 

Biggs Abel R., merchant (S. F.), dwl 1067 Brush. 

Biggs Harry C, clerk, dwl 1067 Brush. 

Biggs S. A., laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Biggs T. P., oysterman N. Williams, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 

Biggy Francis, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Bignami Louis, liquor and billiard saloon, N~E cor Seventh and Jef- 
ferson, dwl E s Jefferson bet Seventh and Eighth. 

Bigsby Edward, mill hand, dwl Cypress nr Sixteenth, W. O. 

Billings Frank, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. O. 

Billings Tobias, dwl W s Broadway nr Twenty-first. 

Billou Joseph, farmer, dwl E s Castro bet Seventh and Eighth. 

Bilo Alexander, laborer, dwl Fifteenth bet Center and Cypress, W. O. 

Biltz Ramon, piano tuner, dwl 359 Fourth. 

Bingham E. F., commission merchant, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first 
and Twenty-second. 

Bingham P., milkman, dwl E s Filbert bet Eighteenth and Twenty- 
first. 



Buy School Books, etc., at STRICKLAND & CO.'S, 1061 Broadway. 



WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, houses rented and rents collected. 



106 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



DAILY TRANSCRIPT, 

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Gazette the largest circulation of any paper in the county. Advertisements 
will be inserted on favorable terms. 

Transcript Served by Carriers at 15 Cents per Week. 



Tor Ice Cream Freezers go to J. S. G. GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S— Oakland Peed Store, 416 Ninth near Broadway— 0. P. S 



OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 107 

Bingham P. J., dwl W s Adeline bet Eighth and Tenth, W. O. 

Bingham S., blacksmith, dwl W s Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth. 

Bingley Richard C, stencil cutter, dwl 764 Brush. 

Binks Harry F. (colored), hairdresser Oscar T. Jackson, dwl E s 
Pine bet Railroad A v. and West Eighth. 

Birch Edward, machinist, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Market and "West. 

Birch N., porter (S. F.), dwl Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth. 

Bird A. T., conductor C. P. R. R., res Niles Station. 

Birdsall Ann (widow), seamstress, dwl 730 Myrtle. 

Birkmaier George L. (Kohler, Chase & Co.), res San Francisco. 

Birnie Robert, copyist, dwl 270 Seventh. 

Birth H. G., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Bisel Louis, tanner Crist & Rued, dwl NE cor Twenty-first Av. and 
East Twelfth, E. O. 

Bishop Amasa W. (Bishop & Powers), dwl 1059 Clay bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth. 

Bishop F., dwl W s Adeline bet Tenth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Bishop Oliver H., porter Spruance, Stanley & Co. (S. F.), dwl 1115 
: Tenth Av., E. O. 

Bishop R. B., engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

BISHOP & POWERS (Amasa W. Bishop and 0. B. Powers), pub- 
lishers and proprietors Oakland Daily Transcript and Alameda 
County Gazette, office 911 Broadway. 

Bissell 1ST., painter, dwl W s Linden nr Fourteenth. 

Bistopher D., waiter F. Leonhard, cor Bay and William, W. O. 

Bixby Edward, tanner, dwl Thirty-fourth nr San Pablo Av. 

Bixby J. J., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Market nr Fifteenth. 

Bixby Levi R., carpenter, dwl E s Brush bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth. 

Bixby Levi S., bookkeeper J. S. Crosby, dwl E s Brush bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth. 

Black Charles A., bricklayer, dwl S s Twenty-ninth nr San Pablo 
Av. 

Black C. L., engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Black F. A., salesman (S. F.), dwl W s Kirkham bet Eighth and 
Ninth, W. O. 

Black George, salesman Chase & Baker, dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Black Henry J., carriage painter King & Williams, dwl S s Twenty- 
ninth nr San Pablo Av. 
Black James, clerk, dwl Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 
Black Joseph, bookkeeper J. Lusk & Co., dwl N s Evoy Av. bet Tele- 
graph and San Pablo avs. 
Black Josiah, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-ninth nr San Pablo Av. 
Blackburn Eli, milkman, dwl E s Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Blacklock Walter, driver Shakespear & Walter, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Blackman James, carpenter, dwl S s Lydia nr Cui'tis. 
Blackwood William C., farmer, dwl 959 Washington. 



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E. W. WOODWAKD & CO., 958 Bdwy, homes on the instalment plan. 



108 OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 

Blain F., carpenter, dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Blair B. F., ship cai-penter C. P. R. P., dwl W s Cedar bet Goss and 
Pailroad A v., W. O. 

Blair David B., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl 120 Eleventh. 

Blair George M., stair builder, NW cor First and Grove, dwl 325 
Eleventh. 

Blair Thomas M., proprietor Lake Merritt Boat House, res San 
Francisco. 

Blair Walter, dwl W s Jefferson bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Blair William, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Broadway. 

Blais H., stableman Oakland Railroad Co. 

Blaisdell H., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Tenth bet Adeline and 
Chestnut. 

Blake C. T., secretary Oakland Paving Co., office SE cor Broadway 
and Ninth, res San Francisco. 

BLAKE FRANCIS (Blake, Bobbins & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl 
W s Telegraph Av. nr Caledonia Av. 

Blake Francis W., dwl SE cor East Ninth and Sixth Av., E. O. 

Blake George, special policeman, dwl W s Franklin bet Ninth and 
Tenth. 

Blake George M., attorney at law, office 456 Eighth, dwl 1057 Wash- 
ington. 

Blake G. M. Mrs., private boarding, 1057 Washington. 

Blake John, painter, dwl 966 Castoo. 

Blake Walter W., painter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

BLAKE & MOFFITT'S BUILDING, NE cor Broadway and 
Ninth. 

Blakeslee Helen S., teacher Durant School, dwl cor Webster and 
Seventeenth. 

Blakeslee R. (Logan & B.), dwl cor Eighth and Washington. 

Blakeslee Samuel Y. Rev., editor Pacific (S. F.), dwl SW cor Web- 
ster and Seventeenth. 

Blakie G. W., quarterman C. P. R, R, W. O. 

Blakney Uzziel S., carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Blakney William T., carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Blanchard James M., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Rail- 
road Av. and William. 

Blankman Henry G., capitalist, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Blankman H. G. Mrs., dwl 1116 Alice. 

Bleecker John, plasterer, dwl N s Twenty-fourth nr Telegraph Av. . 

Blessing Charles, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

BLETHEN JAMES E. (Blethen & Terry), res Brooklyn. 

BLETHEN & TERRY (James E. Blethen and V. P. Terry), pro- 
prietors Pioneer Planing Mills, 461-465 First, office 462 First. 

Bliss Theodore, stevedore, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Curtis and 
West. 

Bliven James I. (James I. Bliven & Co.), dwl NE cor Thirteenth 
and Franklin. 

Bliven James I. &, Co., Pioneer Soda Works and agents Pacific Con- 
gress Water, NE cor Thirteenth and Franklin. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



0. F. S— Wheat and cracked corn, 416 Ninth nr Broadway.— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. 109 

Block E. D. (E. D. Block & Co.), dwl cor Sixth and Harrison. 
BLOCK E. D. & CO. (E. D. Block and G. E. Bennison), dry goods, 

cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Bloom George, groceries and liquors, NW cor Franklin and Ninth. 
Blow Walter W., bookkeeper, dwl 759 Harrison. 
Blue Daniel, carpenter Dexter Windmill Co., dwl Eland House. 
Blums Jacob, peddler, dwl W s Cedar bet Goss and Railroad Av., 

W. 0. 
Boalt John H., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl SW cor Twelfth and Fil- 
bert. 
BOARD OF EDUCATION, R. E. Cole president, W. L. Jones 

secretary, meet at Council Chamber, City Hall. 
BOARD OF HEALTH, office basement City Hall. 
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, James De Fremery president, 

Charles J. Robinson clerk, office 4 City Hall. 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, 

rooms County Court House. 
BOARDMAN BLOCK, NW cor Broadway and Twelfth. 
Boch Charles, carriagemaker Sohst Bros., dwl 357 Eighth. 
Bocklemann J. H, paper hanger Van Embergh & McGovern, 
Bocqueraz Antoine, clerk P. Bocqueraz, dwl Second bet Clay and 

Jefferson. 
BOCQUERAZ PIERRE, wholesale liquors, 822 Broadway, dwl 

Second bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Bodell John, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Bodell John, teamster, dwl 467 Fourth. 
Bodley S. T., mason, dwl E s Center bet West Ninth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Boehse Charles, dwl 812 West Third. 

Bogart John M., stockbroker (S. F.), dwl N s Walton nr Telegraph. 
Boggs Bowman, painter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Bohan James, gardener, dwl E s Poplar bet Twenty-eighth and Thir- 
tieth. 
Bohan John, printer (S. F.), dwl E s Poplar bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Bohn Andrew, driver Raffo Bros., dwl 809 Castro. 
Boice Charles, insurance agent (S. F.), dwl W s Poplar bet Tenth 

and Twelfth, W. O. 
Boice H, carpenter, dwl 403 Ninth. 
Bolles Amos, carpenter and builder, dwl N s East Twenty-fifth nr 

Mathews, E. O. 
Bollinger John C, collector and real estate agent (S. F.), dwl 1156 

Webster. 
BOLSER GEORGE, carriage and sign painter, Wood bet Railroad 

Av. and Goss, dwl cor Grove and Second. 
Bolton George, barkeeper James W. Ballard, dwl NW cor Wood and 

William. 
Bolton James W., carriage painter Edward Bangle, dwl 462 Twelfth. 
BOLTON WILLIAM, notary public, office N s Railroad Av. nr 

Pine, dwl Wood bet Seventh and William, W. O. 



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110 OAKLAND J3] DIRECTORY. 

Bomler Luretti, teacher French, dwl E s Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh. 

Bon John B., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Walton. 

Bond Frederick, teamster, dwl 807 Alice. 

Bones S. W., conductor local train C. P. R. R., dwl NW cor East 

Eleventh and Twelfth Av., E. O. 
Bonesteel A. W., dwl NE cor Eighth and Webster. 
Bonham Jerome (Bonham <£• Casey), dwl 834 Broadway. 
Bonham & Casey (Jerome Bonham and James Casey), plumbers and 

gasfitters, 834 Broadway. 
Boniface Sarah Miss, teacher Lafayette Primary School, res S. F. 
Bonifield James T., stevedore, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Willow 

and Campbell, W. O. 
Bonjour Henry A., carpenter, dwl 617 Sixth. 
Bonn Frederick Rev., pastor German Methodist Episcopal Church, 

dwl S s Brown bet Grove and West. 
Bonney Charles W., carpenter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and 

West. 
Bonney Frank J., student, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Bonny Alfred, mariner, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Boogar Philip, dwl 862 Franklin. 
Bookmeyer William, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Boone N., clerk, dwl E s Kirkham bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 
Boone William E., contractor, dwl 220 Eleventh. 
Boop John, watchman TJ. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl W s Henry bet Rail- 
road Av. and West Fifth. 
Booth A. L., farmer, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth. 
Booth George E., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Seward bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Booth James A., business manager Oakland Transcript, office 911 

Broadway, dwl W s Madison bet Second and Third. 
Booth Lucius A., commission merchant (S. F.), dwl N s Twenty- 
second nr Franklin. 
Booth Mary (widow, colored), dwl W s Chester bet Railroad Av. and 

West Fifth. 
Borie Julius, dwl Washington nr Thirteenth. 
Borein Peter R., county auditor, office County Court House, dwl cor 

Fifteenth and Jefferson. 
Borkhardt G. A., liquor saloon, 462 Sixth. 
Borland Annie Miss, dressmaker, dwl 912 Clay. 
Borland Archibald, capitalist, dwl 915 Jackson. 
Borland James, carpenter, dwl cor Filbert and Twenty-first. 
Borland Mary Miss, dressmaker, dwl 912 Clay. 
Bornand P. E., principal Preparatory School State University, Twelfth 

bet Alice and Harrison, dwl cor Telegraph and Cleveland avs. 
Bortrue David E., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet Pine 

and Cedar. 
Bosley George, dwl W s Kirkham nr West Twelfth. 
Boster William, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Filbert bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth. 



GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



Oil-cake meal and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street near Bdwy. 



OAKLAND B] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Boswell Aaron, tinsmith, dwl N s William bet Cedar and Bay. 
Boswell Delia (widow), dwl cor Eighth and Willow, W. O. 
Boswell Edward, scissors grinder, dwl cor Eighth and Willow, W. O. 
Boswell Harry, laborer C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Boswell Jane (widow), astrologist, dwl N s William bet Cedar and 

Bay. 
Boswell Josiah, scissors grinder, dwl NW cor Eighth and Willow, 

w. o. 

Bothwell James, blacksmith, dwl S s Eighteenth bet West and Market. 
Botts Charles T., attorney at law (S. E.), dwl NW cor Jackson and 

Tenth. 
Boucher Ella M. (widow), dwl 1011 Brash. 
Boullet Louisa Mme., dwl 404 Fifth. 

Bourgin Peter, blacksmith and machinist, 660 Washington. 
Bourgin Peter Jr., blacksmith, dwl 660 Washington. 
Bouton William S., stair builder George M. Blair, dwl W s Filbert 

nr Twenty-eighth. 

Boutry , laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Bowen Brothers (Pardon M. and Charles E.}, wholesale and retail 

groceries, wines, and liquors, 467 Twelfth and 468 Eleventh bet 

Broadway and Washington. 
Bowen Charles A., carpenter, dwl 653 Washington. 
Bowen Charles E. (Bowen Brothers), res San Francisco. 
Bowen John, farmer, Park Av. nr town line, E. O. 
Bowen Pardon M. (Bowen Brothers), dwl SW cor Fourteenth and 

Clay. 
Bowen Samuel W., bookkeeper, dwl 656 Jackson. 
Bowen Thomas W., mining, dwl 312 Fifth nr Webster. 
Bower R. W., carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, 

W. O. 
Bowers S. T., bricklayer, dwl 562 Sixth. 
Bowers Warren O., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Campbell bet 

Railroad Av. and William. 
Bowie George W. (Bowie & Br early), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
BOWIE & BR E ARTY (George W. Bowie and Frank J. Brearty), 

attorneys at law, office 1004 Broadway. 
Bowman Benjamin, clerk, dwl E s Market bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Bowman Charles H., clerk C. P. R. R., dwl 12 Pine, Pearson's Row, 

W. O. 
Bowman George S., real estate (S. F.), dwl E s Fourth Av. bet East 

Fifteenth and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
BOWMAN HENRY, druggist and apothecary, 913 Broadway, dwl 

E s Franklin nr Sixteenth. 
Bowman J., hairdressing saloon, 853 Broadway, dwl cor Third and 

Broadway. 
Bowser Samuel, porter William S. Searing, res Temescal. 
Boy F., laborer C. P. R. R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Boyce D., carpenter Buxmham, Standeford & Co. 
Boyd E., salesman James Price, dwl Harrison bet Seventh and 

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112 OAKLAND g] DIRECTORY. 

Boyd William M., dwl N s Plymouth Av. bet Broadway and Tele- 
graph Av. 

Boy er Edward, carpenter, dwl 717 Sixth. 

Boyle A. Mi's., laundress, dwl 370 Second. 

Boyle Edward F., watchman U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet 
Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Boyle John, gardener A. M. Burns, dwl NW cor West Twelfth and 
Linden. 

Boyle Mary Miss, compositor Daily News, dwl 370 Second. 

Boyle Patrick, stableman Bela Wellman, S s Adams Av. bet town 
line and Fruit Vale. 

Boynden C. A., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Boynton C. A., sash and blindmaker, dwl Overland House. 

Boynton Samuel S., clerk John Terney, dwl Eighth bet Washington 
and Clay. 

Bozanti George, laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Bozing Nathaniel, silver plater, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and 
Campbell, W. O. 

Brace Edward, dwl W s Adeline bet Eighth and Tenth, W. O. 

Bradbury F., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Bradbury Thomas, farm hand, dwl Thirty-sixth nr Adeline. 

Bradford A. C, clerk, dwl 1061 Grove. 

Bradford A. C. Jr., student, dwl 1061 Grove. 

Bradford Elizabeth (widow), dwl 1061 Grove. 

Bradford James, foreman pile driver C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Ex- 
change, W. O. 

Bradford J. W., dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Bradford Louis M., engineer C. P. R. R, dwl 403 Ninth. 

Bradford Oscar F., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Bradford W. B., physician, dwl 613 Thirteenth. 

Bradley A., clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Adeline and Union. 

Bradley Charles, fireman C. P. R. R, dwl 1114 Tenth Av., E. O. 

Bradley Charles, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl 1109 Franklin. 

Bradley Charles H, painter, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Bradley Cornelius B., vice-principal High and Irving Grammar 
School, dwl Fifteenth bet Jefferson and Clay. 

Bradley Henry P., engineer C. P. R. R.,dwl 1069 Thirteenth Av.,E. O. 

Bradley James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 415 Seventh. 

Bradley John T., broker (S. F.), dwl N s Fourteenth bet Webster 
and Franklin. 

Bradley Maria (widow), dwl 358 Fourth. 

Bradley Thomas, tinsmith James Dalziel, dwl 358 Fourth. 

Bradley William, engineer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Bradshaw Timothy P., dwl 821 Filbert. 

Bradslee John, stableman Oakland Railroad Co. 

BRADWAY JOSEPH R. (Baldwin, Reilay & B.J, physician and 
surgeon, office 1059 Broadway, dwl 1113 Jefferson. 

Brady John, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl W s Linden bet West 
First and West Third. 



J. S. G. GORDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



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Brady Philip, engineer, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Brady Terrence, gasfitter Lynde & Howard, dwl 812 Castro. 

Braham Edward, machinist, dwl S s Eighth bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. 0. 

Brainard George W., druggist, dwl 223 Fifth. 

Bralley Patrick, hairdresser E. Mosca, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Mar- 
ket and West. 

Branch A. H., carpenter, dwl 327 Eleventh. 

Brandel F., plumber, dwl 838 Broadway. . y^ 

Brandt Louis, upholsterer, dwl 466 Sixth. 

BRANNAN DANIEL, proprietor San Antonio Pioneer Pottery, 
SE cor Seventeenth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Brannan James, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Brannan John, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Brannan John, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Brannan Thomas, farmer, dwl 216 Eighth. 

Branson Ware, sailmaker, dwl W s Filbert bet West Third and West 
Fifth. 

Branstetter Joseph, bakery, 908 Broadway. 

Braun C, dwl 264 Eleventh. 

Braun C. H. F., cashier B. Davidson & Co. (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad 
Av. bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Bray H., farmer, dwl Thirtieth nr Chestnut. 

Bray Watson A. (Bray Bros., S. F.), dwl N s Adams Av. bet town 
line and Fruit Yale. 

Braymer William, foreman stables Alameda Macadamizing Co., 

Brayton Edward, cai-penter, dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, 
W. O. 

BRAYTON HALL, SE cor Twelfth and Webster. 

Brayton J. H. (widow), dwl W s Alice nr Lake Menitt. 

Brazill John, groceries and liquors, SW cor Lydia and West. 

Brearty Frank J. (Bowie &• B.J, attorney at law, office 1004 Broad- 
way, dwl 610 Ninth. 

Breckley W. J., porter (S. F.), dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, 
W. O. 

BREDHOFF CHARLES, proprietor Washington Brewery, NE cor 
Broadway and Sixth, dwl 663 Sixth. 

Bree F., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow, 
W. O. 

Breen -Catharine Mrs., dwl 458 Fifth. 

Breen Edward, student, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 
W. O. 

Breen John, cigars and tobacco, 830 Broadway, dwl 828 Broadway. 

Breen Patrick, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Brehm Rudolf W., wood turner, dwl N s Thirteenth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Bremer William, stable keeper Alameda Grading Co., dwl NE cor 
East Eleventh and Eighth Av., E. O. 

BRENDEL CRIS, agent National Brewery (S. F.), depot 412 Tenth, 
dwl cor Washington and Third. 



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Brendle George, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Breiman Daniel, car cleaner C. P. B. B., dwl Lewis bet Fourth and 
Fifth. 

Breiman John, driver Palmer & Co., dwl 410 Ninth. 

Brennen John, bricklayer, dwl 1012 West Third. 

Brennen John, laborer C. P. B. B., dwl W s Lewis bet "West Third 
and West Fifth, W. O. 

Brennen John, machinist Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl Overland 
House. 

Brennen William, laborer C. P. B. B., dwl W s Lewis bet West 
Third and West Fifth, W. O. 

Brensel John, laborer, dwl N s Parknr San Pablo Av. 

Brentano Max, dwl 316 Third. 

Brerty D., blacksmith Henry Hollis, dwl 1010 Franklin. 

Breslin P., gardener, dwl W s Market bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth. 

Bressand Claud, dwl 781 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Brestenham John, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Brett James, engineer, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Brett John B., mining superintendent, dwl S s Twelfth bet Grove 
and Castro. 

Brettonier Frank H, machinist, dwl Eastern Hotel, E. O. 

Breuer Henry, bookkeeper Kramm & Dieves, dwl NE cor Broadway 
and Ninth. 

Brewer John H, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 578 Thirteenth. 

Brewster F. T., U. S. Ganger, dwl E s Adeline bet Eighteenth and 
Twentieth. 

Brian Octavia (widow), laundress, dwl 708 Franklin. 

Briant Joseph, clerk (S. F.), dwl West Eighth bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Briarty T. J., laborer, dwl W s Kirkham bet Eighth and Ninth, 

w. o. 

Bridgeman Caleb C, carpenter, dwl 1006 West Third. 

Brien L. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl N s Twelfth bet Kirkham and Cen- 
ter, W. O. 

Brier Kirk W., private school, dwl Hobart nr San Pablo Av. 

Brier C, cashier Contra Costa Water Co., dwl N s Charter nr Tele- 
graph Av. 

Brier Thomas, laborer, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Adeline. 

Briggs David N., molder Blethen & Terry, dwl N s Seward bet Wood 
and Bine, W. O. 

Briggs J., carpenter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

Briggs Mary J. Mrs., music teacher, dwl 734 Linden. 

Briggs B. S., mason C. P. B. B., dwl 621 Sixth. 

Briggs Samuel, carpenter, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 
W. 0. 

Briggs William L., carpenter, dwl 734 Linden. 

Brigham Calvin O., merchant (S. F), dwl 1019 Oak. 

Brink E. P., carpenter and builder, dwl 569 Fifth. 



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BRINK M., hatter. 925 Broadway, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Sev- 
enteenth and Eighteenth. 

Brink Porter, carpenter, dwl .i69 Fifth. 

Briones Brothers (Gabriel and Ramon), hairdressers, 844 Broadway. 

Briones Cesario, driver Engine < '<>. No. 2, O. F. D., dwl 460 Fifth. 

Briones Gabriel (Briones Jims. J, dwl 460 Fifth. 

Briones Kate Miss, dressmaker, dwl 460 Fifth. 

Briones Ramon (Briones Bros.), dwl 460 Fifth. 

Britt Michael, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Britton Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden 
and Filbert. 

Britton John A., collector CmV as Light Co., dwl 470 Eighth. 

Brittorm F., laborer Contra Cost) Water I 

Broad Charles (Cor/tor & 11. I, dw 503 Eleventh. 

Broadbent K., mining, dwl S s W< Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- | tsj 
ham, W. O. 

Broadhead F., hostler, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 



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BROADWAY BLOCK, W s Broadwav bet Eleventh and Twelfth. 
BROADWAY HALL, 1055 Broadwav. 
Broadwav John H., farm hand Gen; Williams, dwl W s Thirteenth 

Av. N of East Thirty-fifth, E. O. 
Broadway Wharf, foot of Broadway. 

Broadwell Caleb B., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl 522 Eighth. 
Broadwell Melville, carpenter, dwl 835 Clay. 
Brock Charles F., carpenter, dwl Golden Star Restaurant. 
Brock George, house painter J. E. How. 
Brock Joseph M., hardware merchant, dwl S s Twentieth nr New 

Broadway. 
Brockhage John F., clerk, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Brush and West. ^ 
Brockhurst Samuel, dwl 772 Tenth. tJ 

Broder N, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West ^ 

Twelfth, W. O. . g 

Broderick Patrick, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl 813 Fil- '. *** 

bert. ^ 

Brodowskv Kate (widow), dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and kjf 

Willow, W. O. 
Brodt A. W.. school teacher, dwl cor Washington and Thirteenth. 
Brodt A. W. Mrs., teacher drawing Public Schools, dwl cor Wash- 
ington and Thirteenth. 
Brogan Michael, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Brogan Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R.. dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Brogan Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet West Third 

and West Fifth. 
Bromley Charles, clerk Grosso a- May, dwl 76o Jackson. 
Bromley John L., collector Oakland Transcript, office 'J 11 Broadway, 

dwl S s Fifth bet Franklin and Webster. 
Bromley William L., dwl 763 Jackson. 
Bromley William (Broml .■/•<• Grijfin),dwl cor Twelfth and Broadway. 



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THE LATEST STYLES ALWAYS ON HAND. 



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1005 BROADWAY, 

Between Tenth and Eleventh Streets, OAKLAND. 

DIAMONDS, FINE 'WATCHES, JEWELRY, 

Coin Silver Ware, Spectacles, Clocks, etc. 

Constantly on hand, and sold at the lowest rates. 

BffTSpecial attention paid to Repairing and Regulating Fine Chro- 
nometers, Watches and Clocks. 
Jewelry and Hair Jewelry made to order and Repaired. 



J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ice. 469 Ninth St. 



0. P. S— Whole barley and corn, 416 Ninth St. near Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



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Bromley William P., C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor Sixth A v. and East 
Tenth, E. O. 

Bromley & Griffin (William Bromley and John S. Griffin), second- 
hand furniture, 1052 Broadway. 

Brook C L., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Brook George, carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Brook German (Chambers & B.), dwl SE cor Twenty-fourth and 
Telegraph Av. 

Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad Co., E. C. Sessions secretary, 
office 460 Eighth. 

Brooklyn Brewery, Keller & Stevens proprietors, SW cor Eighteenth 
Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

BROOKLYN, FRUIT VALE, AND SAN FRANCISCO EX- 
PRESS, Steere & Colby proprietors, office SE cor East Twelfth 
and Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

BROOKLYN HALL, NE cor Thirteenth Av. and East Eleventh, E. O. 

Brooklyn Hotel, Mrs. C. Lindsay proprietress, 600 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Brooklyn Metallurgical Works, Henry H. Eames general superin- 
tendent, SE cor East Tenth and Second Av., E. O. 

Brooklyn Nursery, John Carey proprietor, W s Thirteenth Av. bet 
East Seventeenth and Eighteenth, E. O. 

Brooklyn Tannery, Crist & Rued proprietors, NE cor Twenty-first 
Av. and East Twelfth, E. O., office 417 Battery (S. F.). 

Brooks F. E., student James M. Selfridge, dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Brooks Frank H, deputy county recorder, dwl 713 Tenth. 

Brooks James M., clerk J. J. Hanifin, 851 Broadway, dwl Cosmo- 
politan House. 

Brooks John, carpenter, dwl 410 Tenth. 

Brooks John, carpenter, dwl 517 Ninth. 

Brooks Thomas, carpenter, dwl E s Henry bet West Third and West 
Fourth, W. O. 

Brooks William E., dentist Lefevre &, Reeves, dwl 1063 Clay. 

Brotherton George, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Brough C. A., dwl 768 Twelfth. 

Brouse John, carpenter, dwl W s Union nr Thirtieth. 

Brower A. B., baker N. Williams, dwl 463 Seventh. 

Brower Louis I., baker N. Williams, dwl 463 Seventh. 

Brown , carpenter, dwl 1054 Franklin. 

Brown A. B., collector, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Brown Abraham C, real estate, dwl W s Telegraph Av. bet Brown 
and Waller. 

Brown Abraham C. Jr. (Brown Brothers), dwl W s Telegraph Av. 
bet Brown and Walton. 

Brown Adeline (widow), dwl S s West Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Brown A. J., carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Brown Arthur, clerk, dwl NE cor Eighth and Webster. 

Brown Arthur, superintendent bridge construction C. P. R. R., of- 
fice W s Pine nr Atlantic, W. O., dwl W s Filbert bet West 
Tenth and West Twelfth. 



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Brown Bowman, dwl 869 "Washington. 

Brown Brainard O, reporter, dwl E s Webster bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth. 

BROWN BROS. (Abraham C. Jr., Frederick F., and George T.), 
grocers and manufacturers of Brown's Yeast Powder, NW cor 
Telegraph A v. and Brown. 

Brown Charles, teamster Keller & Stevens, dwl SW cor Eighteenth 
Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Brown Charles M., poultry dealer, dwl NW cor Fifteenth Av. and 
East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Brown Christopher, laborer Shannon &, Brown, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Brown Dudley O, tailor, dwl 510 Fifth. 

Brown Edward A., watchman Lewis P. Berger, dwl 557 Eighth. 

Brown Edward M., mariner, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Brown E. H., painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Brown Elisha C, dwl 510 Fifth. 

Brown Eliza Miss, teacher music Public Schools, res San Francisco. 

Brown Ezekiel, peat manufacturer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth. 

Brown Ferdinand, liquor saloon, SW cor Sixteenth Av. and East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Brown F. G,. carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirkham and 
Poplar. 

Brown F. G., painter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Brown Francis, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Fifth bet Chester 
and Center. 

Brown Francis A., carpenter, dwl E s Twelfth Av. bet East Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth, E. O. 

Brown Frank, engineer, Grand Central Hotel. 

Brown Frederick F. (Brown Bros.), dwl N s Brown nr Telegraph A v. 

Brown George (colored), carpenter, dwl S s East Thirty-hfth nr 
Thirteenth Av., E. 0. 

Brown George S. (George S. Broion & Co.), dwl NE cor Eighth and 
Webster. 

BROWN GEORGE S. & CO. (George S. and J. W. Broion), whole- 
sale and retail hardware, 927 Broadway. 

Brown George T. (Brown Bros.), dwl N s Brown nr Telegraph A v. 

Brown Harry R., telegraph operator Western Union Telegraph Co., 
dwl 316 Tenth. 

Brown Harvey S., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet West 
Eighth and West Tenth. 

Brown Hemy A., carriage painter Jacob Frederick, dwl NW cor 
Tenth and Franklin. 

Brown Henry J., dwl N s West Twelfth bet Wood and Willlow, 
W. O. 

Brown J., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Brown J. K., captain stm Alameda, res San Francisco, 

Brown John A., clerk Post-office (S. F.), dwl S s West Third bet 
Chester and Center, W. O., 



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OAKLAND g ] DIRECTORY. 119 

Brown James (Shannon <b £.), dwl 416 Fifth. 

Brown James, butcher, dwl Linden bet Twenty-eighth and Thir- 
tieth. 
Brown James, laborer C. P. R, B., W. O. 
Brown James, teamster, dwl NE cor Seventh and West. 
Brown James B., salesman Ghirardelli & Petar, dwl 509 Eighth. 
Brown J. B., gardener, dwl Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Brown J. C, first officer Swing Crew C. P. R. B., Oakland Ferry 

Wharf. 
BBOWN J. L., assistant cashier Bank of California (S. F.), dwl 

Grand Central Hotel. 
Brown J. M., dwl 954 Broadway. 
Brown John, laborer, W s Seventeenth Av. bet East Twelfth and 

Fourteenth, E. 0. 
Brown John, stableman James Forrester, dwl E s Franklin nr Third. 
Brown John F., dwl E s Twelfth Av. bet East Sixteenth and East 

Seventeenth, E. O. 
Brown John H. (colored), whitener, dwl 658 East Fifteenth, E. 0. 
Brown Joseph, dwl E s Twelfth Av. bet East Sixteenth and East 

Seventeenth, E. O. 
Brown Joseph, dwl 670 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Brown J. W. (George S. Brown it Co.), res San Francisco. 
Brown L. D., dwl 963 Castro. 
Brown Newman A., magnetic healer, dwl W s Eighth Av. bet East 

Fifteenth and East Sixteenth. 
Brown O. D., brakeman C. P. R, R., Oakland Ferry Whaif. 
Brown Peter, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 
Brown B., clerk, dwl S s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Brown Richard T., bricklayer, dwl 677 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Brown Poland G., general agent Grover k Baker Sewing Machines 

(S. F.), dwl S s Jackson bet Durant and Lake Av. 
Brown Susannah (widow, colored), dwl Union nr Thirteenth. 
Brown Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Seventh bet Brush and Market. 
Brown William, clerk Moses G. Morse, 902 Broadway. 
Brown William, clerk C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Brown William, furniture repairer, dwl West Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Brown William, house painter, 716 Broadway. 
Brown William, mariner, dwl NE cor Curtis and Twentieth. 
Brown William B., printer, dwl 969 Washington. 
Brown William H., metallurgist, dwl NE cor Curtis and Twentieth. 
Brown William Henry, paperhanger C. L. Taylor, dwl Fourteenth 

Av. bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Browne Gustavus R. A., mining, dwl 1*015 Sixth Av., E. O. 
Browne J. Ross, real estate (S. F.), dwl Pagoda Hill, Yernon Park, 

nr Temescal. 
Browning B. (Browning & Thornton), dwl SW cor Twenty-first and 

Brush. 
Browning & Thornton (B. Browning &• A. M. Thornton), agents 

Victor Sewing Machine, 1063 Broadway. 



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Brownstone S., carpenter, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Broyson James, ship carpenter, dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and Wood, 
W. O. 

Bruce Alexander, tinsmith James Dalziel, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Bruce Henry, shipwright C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Bruce Samuel J., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Fil- 
bert and Linden. 

Bruce Thomas N., contractor, dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Bruguiere John, secretary Pacific Borax Co. (S. F.), dwl 960 Clay. 

Bruguiere L. L., dwl 960 Clay. 

Bruguiere Louis, cabinetmaker, dwl 960 Clay. 

Brule A., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Bran Adolph, farm hand J. S. Emery, cor San Pablo and Park avs. 

Bruning Annie (widow), lodgings, dwl E s Lewis bet West Fifth and 
Railroad Av., W. O. 

Bruning Henry F. (Bruning Bros.), dwl 833 Broadway. 

Bruning John H. (Bruning Bros.), dwl 833 Broadway. 

Bruning Brothers (John H. and Henry F.), confectioners, 833 Broad- 
way. 

Brunjes Frederick (H. Turn Suden <£.• Co.), dwl S s East Fifteenth bet 
Eleventh and Twelfth avs, E. O. 

Branner Benjamin, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Eleventh bet Castro and 
Grove. 

Branson Peter, carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Bry Frederic, laborer, dwl 303 Second. 

Bryan Archy C, carpenter, dwl W s Henry bet Railroad Av. and 
West Fifth. 

Bryan John, lumberman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Twelfth bet Center 
and Kirkham, W. O. 

Bryant A. S., lumber dealer (S. F.), dwl 661 Third. 

Bryant Daniel S., merchant, dwl NWcor Telegraph Av. and Sycamore. 

Bryant Frederick, jailor, County Jail. 

Bryant Joseph H, artist, dwl S s West Twelfth nr Filbert. 

Bryant L., laborer, dwl 424 Twelfth. 

Bryson G., painter, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Bryson Peter, teamster, W s Brush bet Sixth and Seventh. 

Bryson William, ticket clerk C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf, 
dwl 461 Ninth. 

Buchanan Alexander, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Buchanan F. E., insurance agent, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and 
Center, W. O. 

Buchanan James, painter C. P. R' R., W. O. 

Buchanan Philander G. Rev., dwl E s New Broadway bet Twenti- 
eth and Twenty-first. 

Buck Carl P. A., commission merchant (S. F.), dwl S s Logan West 
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Buck Ephraim W., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 1011 

Webster. 
Buck P., hostler, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Buckelew Joanna B. (widow), dwl 1ST s Brown bet Grove and West. 
Buckelew Joseph, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr West. 
Buckhardt A. H., bricklayer Manhattan Marble Co., dwl NW cor 

Sixteenth and Jefferson. 
Buckland Wallace O., manager Newland's Hotel, NE cor Seventh 

and Washington. 
Buckleman Henry, kalsominer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Buckley Daniel, laborer C. P. R. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Buckley Horace F., laborer, dwl 1168 Eighth Av., E. O. 
Buckley Joseph L., painter Bangle & Chase, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Buckley T., painter Bangle <k Chase, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Buckley Thomas, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert. 
Buckner Mary (colored), cook Jesse S. Wall, SW cor Tenth and Clay. 
Buddemer Louis H., gasfitter Robert Dalziel, dwl 673 Tenth. 
Budger F., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eighth and 

West Ninth, W. O. 
BUEHREN AUGUSTUS H, watches, jewelery, clocks, and silver- 
ware, 1005 Broadway, dwl W s Eighth Av. bet East Seventeenth 

and East Eighteenth, E. O. 
Buehren Mary E. Miss, hair jewelry, and wreathmaker A. H. Bueh- 

ren, dwl W s Eighth Av. bet East Seventeenth and East Eight- 
eenth, E. O. 
Buehren William Rev., pastor First German Presbyterian Church, 

dwl W s Eighth Av. bet East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth, 

E. O. 
Buel Frederick Mrs. (widow), dwl 363 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Buel Hattie Miss, teacher, dwl 363 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Buel H. A. Miss, teacher Swett School, E. O. 
Buelna Aniceto, dwl NW cor Seventeenth Av. and East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Bugbee C. L., architect, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Clay and San Pablo 

Av. 
Bugbee George E., sampler (S. F.), dwl E s Wood bet Chase and 

Taylor, W. O. 
Buhleer A., baker Paul & Heyer, dwl 815 Broadway. 
Buhler F. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Market bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Buhrly Charles B., teamster, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
BUHSEN DIEDRICH, groceries and liquors, SW cor Railroad 

Av. and Pine. 
Buhsen Nicholas D., clerk Diedrick Buhsen, dwl SW cor Railroad 

Av. and Pine. 
Building & Loan Association, C. W. Armes president, F. S. Page 

secretary, office 1007 Broadway. 
Bulger Andrew, printer, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Chase, W. O. 
Bulkley K. A. (widow), dwl 259 Eighth. 
Bullock John C. (Bullock & Schuler), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 



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Bullock & Sclmler (John Bullock and Ennis Schuler), tin, copper, 
and sheet ironware, N" s Railroad A v. bet Pine and Wood, W 0. 

Bumbaugli Albert, painter, dwl 729 Eighth. 

Bumbangh C. M., painter, dwl 729 Eighth. 

Bumbaugli Edwin, painter, dwl 729 Eighth. 

Bunce Franklin, carpenter, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Bundock Henry (Bundock & Co.), SE cor Thirteenth Av. and East 
Thirty-fourth, E. 0. 

Bundock Henry F. (Bundock & Co.), dwl N s East Twelfth bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth avs, E. O. 

Bundock Samuel ( Bundock & Co.), dwl N s East Twelfth bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth avs, E. O. 

Bundock <fe Co. (Henry, Samuel, and Henry F. Bundock), pottery, 
SW cor Nineteenth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Bunker Isaiah, proprietor Star Saloon, S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 
and Cedar. 

Bin-bank Lester, shoemaker (S. F.), dwl 1097 West Third. 

Burch John, mason, dwl S s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

Burchard John L., Indian agent, dwl 1161 Franklin. 

Burgelin Louis (Vogelsanger <£• B.), dwl 813 Thirteenth. 

Burgess H. J., clerk, dwl 1ST s Twentieth bet West and Curtis. 

Burgess Robert, second-hand furniture, 717 Broadway, dwl 360 
Fourth. 

Burgess Simon, laborer, dwl N s Twentieth bet West and Curtis. 

Burgess S. P., carpenter, dwl S s West Ninth bet Center and Per- 
alta, W. O. 

Burhans Willet S., stocks, dwl 776 Tenth. 

Burke C. G., Mrs., dwl 869 Clay. 

Burke F. G., stock broker (S. F.), dwl W s Linden bet West Eighth 
and West Tenth, W. 0. 

Burke John, laborer, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

Burke John, milkman, dwl N" s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Burke M., carpenter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 

Burke Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, Oakland Point. 

Burke Michael, trackman C. P. R, R., dwl 1ST s Railroad A v. bet 
Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Burke Thomas, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl E s Grove be.t 
Caledonia, and Sycamore. 

Burke Thomas, tanner John S. Derby, dwl 768 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Burke W., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 
O. P. 

Burke William, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Burke William Jr., painter (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet West Third 
and West Fifth. 

Burkhardt E. M. Miss, music teacher, clwl W s Telegraph Av. nr 
Seventeenth. 



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Burkliardt Frederick Mrs., boarding, dwl Ws Telegraph Av. nr 
Seventeenth. 

Burkliardt George H., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Seventeenth. 

Burleson Charles M., clerk Smith & Mather, dwl 831 Webster. 

Burling Charles, carpenter, dwl E s Center bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth, W. O. 

Burmeister John, teamster Weston k Welch, dwl SW cor East Elev- 
enth and Twelfth Av., E. O. 

Burner John D. (Burner & Young), dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

Burner & Young (John I). Burner and Lewis Young), bricklayers 
and contractors, foot Franklin. 

Burnes D., carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Burnham E. J. (Burnham & Lyfrich), dwl 523 Eighth. 

BUENHAM O. H. (Burnham, Standeford <i' Co.), and County 
Supervisor, dwl 1017 Madison. 

BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO. (0. II. Bumham, D. W. 
Standeford, and W. N. Miller), proprietors Oakland Planing 
Mill, NW cor First and Washington. 

Burnham k Lynch (E. J. Burnham and J. W. Lynch), groceries, 
etc., 834 Broadway. 

Burns Aaron M., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl NW cor West Twelfth 
and Linden, W. O. 

Burns C. H., dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert. 

Burns Charles, conductor C. P. P. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Burns Frank, trainer D. J. Green, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Burns G. W., dwl 1057 Washington. 

Burns H., boots and shoes (S. F.), dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Burns Henry A., plasterer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Burns H. P., porter C. P. P. P., dwl Myrtle nr Second. 

Burns James, laborer, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth avs, E. O. 

Burns John, horseshoer King k Williams, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

Burns John, restaurant, 1054 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Burns Patrick, plasterer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Burns Petty, porter overland train C. P. P. R., dwl 952 West Third. 

Burns Sylvester, porter C. P. P. R., dwl 563 Sixth. 

Burns Thomas, laborer C. P. P. P., W. O. 

BURNS THOMAS R., news and stationary stand, SW cor Seventh and 
Broadway, dwl W s Valley bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth. 

Burns Waller, clerk (S. F.), dwl 760 Twelfth. 

BURNS, WHITMAN k GARDINER (W. 8. Bums, W. W. 
Whitman, and J. T. Gardiner), groceries and provisions, NW 
cor Broadway and Tenth. 

Burns W. S. (Burns, Whitman <£• Gardiner), dwl E s Webster bet 
Fourteenth and Durant. 

Burpee Joseph S., carpenter and builder, dwl N s Eleventh bet 
Brush and Castro. 

Burpee S. A., deputy assessor and poll-tax collector, office 462 Ninth, 
dwl Market nr Twenty-fourth. 



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Burrow Nicholas, dwl E s Chester bet West Fifth and Railroad Av. 
Burrell Alfred W., president California Bridge and Building Co., 

office 921 Broadway, dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Plymouth Av. 
Burrell Henry H., express wagon, SE cor Broadway and Eleventh, 

dwl E s Brown nr Grove. 
Burston Edward, cook, dwl NW cor Sixteenth and Chestnut. 
Burt F., carpenter, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, W. 0. 
Burton G. H., pile driver C. P. P. R., W. O. 
Burton W. N., sailmaker, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and Lincoln, 

W. O. 
Burtsell John M., stock broker (S. F.), dwl 912 Filbert. 
Bush Barclay, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Chase bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 
Bush David, carpenter, dwl 460 Fifth. 
Bush Eliza (widow), seamstress, dwl 269 Sixth. 
Bush John, butcher, dwl N s Twenty-fourth nr Telegraph Av. 
Bushell A. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 462 Twelfth. 
Bushell E. A., sign painter, 472 Twelfth, dwl 462 Twelfth. 
Bushman Theodore, tailor Leopold Patzer, dwl 834 Broadway. 
Bushnell W. E., captain C. P. R. R. Co.'s stmr El Capitan, res San 

Francisco. 
Busse C. C, hairdresser Classon & Trost, dwl 834 Clay. 
Butcher R. E., painter, dwl S s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Butler Caroline C. (widow), dwl N s Seventeenth opp. Jefferson. 
Butler C. M., laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Butler Frederick W., carpenter Blethen <k Terry, dwl 806 Jefferson. 
Butler James H., sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl S s Ninth bet Web- 
ster and Franklin. 
Butler Johanna L, Mrs., dwl S s Sixteenth bet Clay and San Pablo 

Av. 
Butler John S. (Butler & Stilwett), dwl 721 Fourth. 
Butler Lorenzo, painter, dwl S s Fifteenth nr Market. 
Butler Michael, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Butler R., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 

W. O. 
BUTLER & STILL WELL (J. S. Butler and B. F. Stilwell), job 

printers, 468 Ninth. 
Butter J. H, sawyer Pacific Planing Mills, dwl Ninth bet Franklin 

and Webster. 
Butter Patrick, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Butterfield Andrew J. (Tbikham <b B.), dwl NE cor Fourteenth 

and Webster. 
Buttimer John, coachman, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Caledonia Av. 
Button Fred L., student, dwl N s Second bet Castro and Grove. 
Button Orlando, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl 670 Third. 
Butts Fred, brakeman C. P. R. R,, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Buzzo Thomas W., miner, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth. 
Byler W. P., laborer, dwl Cypress bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 



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Bynon Alfred A., printer (S. F.), dwl E s Tenth Av. bet East Four- 
teenth and East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Byrnes John B., helper C. P. B. B., dwl E s Lewis bet West Third 
and West Fifth, W. 0. 

Byrnes Peter W., law student, dwl 963 Bailroad Av. 



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Caby Peter, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Cadamus A., teacher St. Joseph Academy, dwl SW cor Fifth and 

Jackson. 
Cadogan James J., bookkeeper, dwl 733 Linden. 
Cadogan Patrick, mining secretary (S. F.), dwl 733 Linden. 
Cadogan Patrick A., clerk W. F. & Co. (S. F.), dwl 733 Linden. 
Cadogan William, gardener Hiram Tubbs, N s East Twelfth bet 

Fifth and Sixth avs, E. 0. 
Cadrey D., carpenter, dwl Cypress nr Sixteenth, W. O. 
Cady Edward, bricklayer, dwl 466 Sixth. 
Caesar Mary (widow), dwl 702 Brush. 
Cahen Augustus, newspaper correspondent, dwl E s Wood bet Chase 

and Taylor, W. O. 
CabiU — , carriage painter, dwl 462 Twelfth. 

Cahill John, plumber J. J. O'Shea, dwl E s West cor Twenty-eighth. 
Cahill Thomas F., dwl E s Kirkham bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 
Cain Charles, watchman, dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy A v. 
Calahan John, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Brush. 
Calaway Thomas, tanner, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 
Calderwick Frederick, ship carpenter C. P. B. B., W. O. 
Caldwell (widow), dressmaker, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth avs, E. O. 
Caldwell Albert, mining superintendent, dwl 367 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Caldwell John, farmer, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Caldwell John, laborer, dwl 611 Madison. 

Caldwell Thomas, brakeman C. P. B. B., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Caldwell William, painter C. P. B. B., W. O. 
Calhoun Bobert, laborer, dwl W s Clay bet First and Second. 
Calhoun Bobert, proprietor Overland Oyster House, NW cor First 

and Webster. 
California Bridge and Building Co., Alfred W. Burrell president, J. 

C. Cotton secretary, office 921 Broadway. 
California Cracker Co., J. P. Anderson agent, 409 Fourth. 
CALIFOBNIA MILITABY ACADEMY, Bev. David McClure 

principal, N s Prospect Av. bet Telegraph Av. and Broadway. 
California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, James Miller and Serril 

Winsor proprietors, junction Park Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Calkin Everett F., clerk William B. Hardy, dwl S s Durant bet 

Franklin and Webster. 
Call B. T., harnessmaker Palmer Bros. & Co., dwl Prospect Av. nr 

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Call Mattie C. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, dwl cor Broad- 
way and Fourteenth. 

Callaghan Maria (widow), dwl 704 Franklin. 

Callaghan Patrick, blacksmith C. P. R. P., dwl Central Pacific Pail- 
road House, W. O. 

Callahan Jeremiah, plasterer, dwl 321 Sixth. 

Callahan John, gardener, dwl San Pablo Av. junction Adeline. 

Callahan John, laborer C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Callahan John, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl Leddy bet Brush and West. 

Callahan Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Leddy bet Brush and 
West. 

Callahan Patrick, flagman C. P. R. R., Alice St. Crossing. 

( 'alien Thomas, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

Calnan Edward, cook Richard Watts, NE cor Railroad Av. and 
Bay, W. O. 

Calnan Jane (widow), dwl S s Thirteenth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Calvat Placide, laborer A. & J. Marquis, dwl 850 Broadway. 

Cameron Duncan, livery and sale stable, 1068-72 Thirteenth Av., 
dwl 661 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Cameron William W., dwl 1112 Alice. 

Camilloni Guiseppe (Camilloni &• Co.), dwl SE cor Seventh and 
Broadway. 

Camilloni & Co. (G. Camilloni and A. Selna), fish, 11 City Market. 

Cammett Charles, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Eighth bet 
Wood and Pine, W. O. 

Cammett C. W., helper C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Camp Edward, dwl Union bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth, 
W. O. 

Camp John, carpenter, dwl W s Market bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth. 

Camp William, watchmaker (S. F.), dwl 813 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Campbell Alexander, dwl N s Caledonia A v. bet Grove and Tele- 
graph Av. 

Campbell Alexander, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl Grand Central 
Hotel. 

Campbell Alexander, oyster stand, 19-23 City Market, dwl cor 
Twelfth and Broadway. 

Campbell Alexander (Campbell, Fox <£.• Campbell, S. F.J, attorney at 
law, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Fourteenth. 

Campbell Alexander G., carpenter, dwl Twenty-sixth nr Market. 

Campbell A. M., clerk Gladding & Surryhne, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Campbell Andrew, dwl E s Webster bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth. 

Campbell Andrew, foreman J. Lusk & Co., dwl E s Lusk Place nr 
Evoy Av. 

Campbell A. O., carpenter Dexter Windmill Co., dwl St. Charles 
Hotel. 

Campbell B. B., salesman, dwl E s Linden bet West Twelfth and 
West Fourteenth. 

Campbell Daniel, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl Overland House. 



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Campbell Edward, barkeeper J. J. Hanilin, dwl cor Eighth and 
Harrison. 

Campbell Edward, laborer Remillard & Bros., dwl S s Twenty-sixth 
bet Telegraph At. and Broadway. 

Campbell Edward, laborer, dwl S s Bay Place nr Broadway. 

Campbell Edward M., clerk Post-office, dwl Alice bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth. 

CAMPBELL FREDERICK M., superintendent Public Schools 
City of Oakland, office 2 City Hall, dwl E s Webster bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth. 

Campbell Henry C, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl W s Harrison nr 
Fourteenth. 

Campbell James, carpenter, dwl Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broad- 
way. 

Campbell James D., carpenter, dwl S s West Fifth bet Linden and 
Filbert, W. O. 

Campbell James H., carpenter, dwl NW cor Flint and Castro. 

Campbell J. D., cook R. A. Litle, Grand Western Restaurant, W. O. 

Campbell John, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 

Campbell John, laborer, dwl S s Bay Place nr New Broadway. 

Campbell John, teamster, dwl N s Evoy Av. bet Telegraph and San 
Pablo avs. 

Campbell John, vat cleaner Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl S s Twenty- 
fifth bet New Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

Campbell K. A. Mrs., teacher Lafayette Primary School, dwl cor 
Webster and Seventeenth. 

Campbell Martin, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Campbell Michael, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Campbell Moses, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. 0. 

Campbell Robert, mining, dwl N s Caledonia Av. nr Telegraph Av. 

Campbell Rodger, laborer, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Alden Av. 

Campbell Thomas, packer (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 
W. 0. 

Campbell Thomas C, plasterer, dwl 519 Fourth. 

Campbell W. S., capitalist, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Canchis Joseph, reporter, dwl N s Railroad Av.bet Adeline and Union. 

Cane Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 415 Seventh. 

Cane Thomas, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Canfield James L., mason, dwl W s Adeline nr Twenty-eighth. 

Canfield R. B., mining, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Canning Block, cor Broadway and Thirteenth. 

Canning James, capitalist, dwl Thirteenth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington. 
Canning James, plasterer, dwl N s Bay bet Goss and Division, W. 0. 
Cannon Adam, real estate, N s East Fourteenth nr Twenty-third 

Av., E. O. 
Cannon Edward M., sewing machines (S. F.), dwl E s Grove bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth. 



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Cannon James, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 

Cannon Thomas, plumber Robert Dalziel, dwl 766 Fifth. 

Canright Dudley M. Rev., pastor Seventh Day Adventist, dwl S s 

Twenty-second bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 
Caritin Joseph P., stock broker (S. F.), dwl W s Adeline bet Eighth 

and Tenth, W. O. 
Capell James R., bookkeeper Baldwin, Reilay & Brad way, dwl 1171 

Eighth Av., E. O. 
Capell W. B., laborer Burnhani, Standeford & Co. 
Caperton J., dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Tenth, W. 0. 
Cappe S., dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Caquide Charles, bookkeeper Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., dwl 

East Twelfth nr SE cor Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
Carbury Thomas, watchman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Card Bartlett, expressman, dwl Alta House. 
Card William M., dwl Bay E of Broadway. 
Care M. T., tailor John Carter, dwl 559 Seventh. 
Carey John, proprietor Brooklyn Nursery, E s Thirteenth Av. bet 

East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth, E. O. 
Carey Frank, barkeeper Marion Clark. 
Carey M. E. Mrs., teacher Harrison St. Primary School, dwl 1061 

Castro. 
Carey S. A. (widow), dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and Filbert. 
Cargill Henry A., dwl W s Harrison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 
Carit A., dwl NE cor Jackson and Lake Av. 
Carit J. A., merchant (S. F.), dwl NE cor Jackson and Lake Av. 
Carlen Patrick, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl 358 Fourth. 
CARL & CO. (Charles Carl), real estate agents, office 920 Broadway. 
Caiieton Charles A., hack driver, dwl 216 Eighth. 
Carleton George, police officer, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Carleton George H., rancher, dwl Twelfth nr Center, W. O. 
Carleton G. H, policeman City Hall, dwl SW cor Twelfth and 

Washington. 
Carleton John A., teamster E. Surry hne, dwl N s Seward bet Wood 

and Pine, W. O. 
Carleton L., teamster F. Surry hne, dwl N s Seward bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Carleton W. F., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and 

West Twelfth. 
Carley Sarah (widow), boarding, dwl 856 Clay. 
Carlin Patrick, watchman C. P. R. R., dwl 409 Seventh. 
Carlisle Daniel, carpenter, dwl 365 Ninth. 
Carlton H. P., principal Durant St. School. 
Carman Samuel, mill hand, dwl E s Filbert bet Eighteenth and 

Twenty-first. 
Carney Jeremiah, barkeeper A. McGerry, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Carney John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Carothers John T., baggageman C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet 

West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Carpenter , steward Pacific Mail S. S. Co., dwl 365 Ninth. 



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Carpenter A. M. C, real estate agent (S. F.), dwl 1011 Webster. 

Carpenter Charles, clerk (S. F.), dwl 659 Franklin. 

Carpenter H. B., civil engineer, dwl Union Hotel, E. 0. 

Carpenter Joseph, silversmith, dwl S s West Twelfth nr Filbert, 
W. O. 

Carpenter S. E., farmer, dwl N s Ninth bet Center and Chester, 
W. O. 

Carpentier H. W., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 254 Third. 

CaiT Edward, laborer, dwl E s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, W. O. 

Carr Ezra S., M. D., professor agriculture and agricultural chemistry 
and member Board of Health, dwl SW cor Twelfth and Webster. 

Carr Lawrence, carpenter, dwl 219 Tenth. 

Carr N. F., pipemaker, dwl 361 Third. 

Carr William S., painter, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Carrick David S. (Carrick & Hostetter), dwl 602 East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Carrick John W., mining stocks, dwl 753 Eighth. 

Carrick & Hostetter (David S. Carrick and Frank Hostetter), whole- 
sale butchers, SE cor Twentieth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Carrique E. T., agent State Investment and Insurance Co., office 460 
Eighth, dwl NW cor Washington and Ninth. 

Carrigan M., conductor C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Carrington E., clerk, dwl E s Center bet West Ninth and West 
Tenth, W. O. 

Carroll Annie Mrs., dwl 832 Clay. 

Carroll Augustus, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 

Carroll Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

Carroll F. A., cooper (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Carroll George, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl N s First bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Carroll John, special policeman, Grand Central Hotel. 

Carroll Margaret (widow), dwl 613 Sixth. 

Carroll Martin, laborer, dwl N s Twelfth nr Campbell. 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, dwl NE cor Linden and West Fifth, W. O. 

Carroll William, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Curtis and 
West. 

Carson George, dwl 706 Tenth. 

Carson James, mining (S. F.), dwl 706 Tenth. 

Carsten Harvey, molder, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and Twen- 
ty-fifth. 

Carswell John D., printer, dwl 1065 Fifth Av., E. O. 

Carter A. (Carter & Olin), NE cor Twelfth and Harrison. 

CARTER CHARLES W., proprietor Grand Central Hotel, S s 
Twelfth bet Webster and Harrison. 

Carter Clementina Mrs., clairvoyant, 964 Castro. 

Carter D., clerk, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Peralta, W. O. 

Carter E., painter (S. F.), dwl West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Carter George, engineer, dwl Overland House. 



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Carter George, foreman Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Carter George A., dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Carter George B., porter C. P. B. R., dwl 964 Castro. 

Carter John, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl SE cor Ninth and Clay. 

Carter John, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Carter John, porter Dunham & Lathrop, dwl Telegraph Av. bet 
Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth. 

Carter John, tailor, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Carter John, tailor, 466 Eighth, res San Francisco. 

Carter Margaret Mrs., furnished rooms, dwl 957 Franklin. 

Carter S., mill hand, dwl Fourteenth nr Market. 

Carter W. F., engineer (S. F.), dwl 924 Filbert. 

Carter William N., wagonmaker, dwl NW cor Seventeenth Av. and 
East Twelfth, E. 0. 

CARTER & OLIN (A. Carter and A. S. Olin), proprietors Dexter 
Livery Stables, College Hall Building, NE cor Twelfth and Har- 
rison. 

Carteron Edward, patternmaker, dwl 620 Fifth. 

Cartman Abraham, painter, dwl W s Cedar bet Goss and Railroad 
Av., W. O. 

Cartwright Alfred D., clerk C. P. R. R., dwl 771 Fourteenth. 

Carty Paul, police officer, dwl 762 Jefferson. 

Caruthers William, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl Overland 
House. 

Cary Frank M., bartender Marion Clark, dwl 408 Ninth. 

Cary James, driver Andrew Baird, dwl S s East Thirty-second nr 
Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Cary Luther H., physician, dwl NE cor Eighth and Myrtle. 

Casassa Andrea, clerk Raffo Brothers, dwl 671 Broadway. 

Case Elijah, real estate, dwl 811 Eleventh. 

Case George E., carpenter, 1110 Broadway. 

Case Isham, farmer, dwl W s Twelfth Av., bet East Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth, E. O. 

Casey James (Bonham & C), dwl SW cor Eighth and Alice. 

Casey Jeremiah, harnessmaker, dwl 729 Fifth. 

Casey John, blacksmith Michael Casey, dwl 418 Seventh. 

Casey Michael, blacksmith, 408 Seventh, dwl 418 Seventh. 

Casey Thomas C, railroad contractor, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Casey William, porter Grand Central Hotel. 

Cashion John, laborer Blethen & Terry, dwl 565 Seventh. 

Cashman Michael, farmer, dwl W s Harrison bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth. 

Caspar Robert, gardener, dwl Twenty-second nr Market. 

Cassey J., real estate and insurance agent, dwl Alta House. 

Cassidy E. ? clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Cassidy Edward (Lafferty dc C), dwl cor Broadway and Fourth. 

Cassidy James, liquor saloon, San Pablo Av. 

Cassidy John, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl 409 Seventh. 



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Cassidy John J., telegraph repairer C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Cedar and 

William. 
Cassidy Michael, laborer, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Castle H., mining, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Castello A. E. (Castello <k Whitehead), dwl 834 Broadway. 

CASTELLO & WHITEHEAD (A. E. Castello and R. 0. White- 
head)^ attorneys and general collectors, office 828 Broadway. 

Castera Adele (J. Mallet & Co.), dwl 617 Broadway. 

Castleton B., dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Castro Amardo, driver Shakespear & Walter, dwl Locust nr Tele- 
graph Av. 

Castro Bartolo, laborer, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth. 

Castro Beatrice, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth. 

Castro Frank, laborer, dwl E s Grove bet Caledonia Av. and Syca-more. 

CASTRO LEWIS, county surveyor, office Court House, res San 
Leandro. 

Caswell M. P., cigars and tobacco, SE cor Market and Twelfth, dwl 
San Pablo Av. nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Catlin B. O, Custom House (S. R), dwl W s Linden bet West 
Eighth and West Tenth, W. 0. 

Cato M., driver Oakland Paving Co. 

Catton Frederick R., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 261 Eighth. 

Caughlin John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Causland Terrence, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Cavanaugh Edward, laborer, dwl 960 Castro. 

Cavanaugh Martin, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-seventh bet Grove and 
West. 

Cavasso Isidore, express messenger, dwl NW cor Third and Grove. 

Cavaynaro Florence (Clivio & C), dwl 907 Broadway. 

Cavell Henry., groceries, 465 Sixth. 

Cavelle Sarah Mme., ladies' employment office, 460 Twelfth. 

Caverly Orrin, shoemaker, dwl S s East Thirty-second nr Thirteenth 
Av., E. O. 

Caverly Orrin E., clerk Steere & Colby, dwl S s East Thirty-second 
nr Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Cecil Samuel W., sashmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 835 Clay. 

Central House, James O'Connell proprietor, 415 Seventh. 

CENTRAL LAND CO., F. B. Haswell secretary, office 954 Broad- 
way. 

Central Pacific Railroad Co. (freight), foot of Broadway. 

Central Pacific Railroad Wharf, Oakland Point. 

Cerf Aaron, dwl 263 Fourth. 

Cerini Frank, junk dealer (S. F.), dwl NW cor Mai-ket.and Twenty- 
sixth. 

Cesar Clevio (Florence & C), dwl 907 Broadway. 

Chabot Anton, president Contra Costa Water Co., office 458 Eighth, 
dwl Tubbs' Hotel. 



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Chabot Remi, superintendent Contra Costa Water Co., office 458 

Eighth, dwl 277 Eighth. 
Chadd F, jeweler (S. F.), dwl SW cor West Eighth and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Chaile Alfred, laborer Chappellet & Miner, dwl 804 Jefferson. 
Chaise M. L., grocer, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 
Chalfant John E., dwl SW cor East Tenth and Fifth Av., E. O. 

Chalmers , oysterman, dwl 523 Eighth. # 

Chalmers S., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighth bet Union and Pop- 
lar, W. O. 
Chambeau Edwaixl, blacksmith, dwl 415 Seventh. 
Chamberlain A. M., carpenter, dwl 835 Clay. 
Chamberlain Charles, land agent (S. F.), dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr 

Plymouth Av. 
Chamberlain Edwin W., foreman Oakland Planing Mill, dwl W s 

Center bet West Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Chamberlain S., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl Overland 

House. 
Chambeiiin Alfred M., sashmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 835 Clay. 

Chambers , plumber, dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Chambers A. J., bookkeeper, dwl SE cor Jefferson and Fifteenth. 

Chambers Belle Miss, dressmaker, 458 Twelfth. 

Chambers Edward, painter, dwl NW cor Wood and Lincoln, W. O. 

Chambers E. S., engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Chambers Frederick W., tinsmith Frederick Schimmelpfenm'g Jr., 

dwl Eastern Hotel, E. O. 
Chambers John H. (Chambers & Brook), dwl SE cor Twenty-fourth 

and Telegraph Av. 
Chambers Robert, hackman Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 
Chambers & Brook (John H. Chambers and German Brook), bakery 

and confectionery, SE cor Twenty-fourth and Telegraph Av. 
Champion August D. A., principal Cosmopolitan School, dwl 312 

Tenth. 
Champlin Samuel A., house mover, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Mai-ket. 
Chanaron H, hairdresser E. Mosca, dwl 571 Fifth. 
Chance John, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Chandler M. L. (Phillips & C), dwl 1112 Eleventh Av., E. O. 
Chandler Nathan, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Chandler S., laborer, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Krrkham, 

W. O. 
Chantereau E., dwl 816 Washington. 

Chapan George, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Chapel B. A., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Chapin C, hostler, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Chaplain John D., carpenter, dwl E s Grove nr Sycamoi'e. 
Chaplin Thomas, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Eleventh bet Castro and Grove. 
Chaplot Joseph, bricklayer Remillard & Bros., dwl W s Franklin bet 

Sixth and Seventh. 
Chapman Alfred, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Chestnut nr Eighteenth. 



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Chapman A. E., brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl N s "West Sixteenth bet 

Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 
Chapman Charles, tanner, dwl Thirty-fourth nr San Pablo Av. 
Chapman Charles D., painter, dwl 269 Fifth. 
Chapman James F., merchant (S. F.), dwl 1021 Ninth Av., E. 0. 
Chapman Lemuel G., mason, dwl 315 Second. 
Chappellet Felix. (Chappellet & Miner), res Berkeley. 
CHAPPELLET & MINER (F. Chappellet and J. M. Miner), coal 

and wood dealers, 411 Eighth. 
Charles R. C, tinner, dwl S s Eighteenth nr Market. 
Charlington Nettie Miss, dressmaker, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Charter Oak Hotel, W. M. Hall proprietor, S s Railroad Av. bet 

Wood and Pine. 
Chase Andrew K., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Chase Edward J., policeman, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Willow and 

Wood. 
Chase E. P., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Chase George ( Bangle &• C), dwl 202 East Ninth, E. O. 
Chase J. A. (Chase & Baker), dwl NW cor West Eighth and Wood, 

w. o. 

Chase Quincy A. (Kohler, C. & Co.), dwl NE cor Division and Wood, 

w. o. 

Chase R. Hilton (Chase ik Lyons), homeopathic physician, office and 
dwl 462 Tenth. 

Chase S., tinsmith, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 

Chase W. F., clerk, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

CHASE & BAKER (J. A. Chase ami Henry Y. Baker), groceries 
and provisions, N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Chase & Lyons (R. H. Chase and H. H. Lyons), homeopathic physi- 
cians, office 462-464 Tenth. 

Chatfield James M., expressman, dwl 418 Third. 

Ckauche Adrien G., merchant (S. F.), dwl NW cor Seventh and 
Alice. 

Cheesborough A., merchant (S. F.), dwl 65 Seventh. 

Cheeseman George, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Chemet W. C, accountant, dwl 559 Seventh. 

Cheney Oliver, stableman L. M. Beau dry, dwl 852 Broadway. 

Chere Alfred, laborer, dwl 804 Jefferson. 

Cherry John, laborer, dwl N s Sycamore bet Grove and San Pablo 
Av., rear. 

Chesley Henry, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Chestay Mary Miss, laundress Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 

Chester Joseph, farmer, dwl E s Linden bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Chick A. M., machinist, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Chick Augustus C, dwl W s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Chief Engineer Oakland Fire Department, M. De La Montanya, 
office 1011 Broadway. 



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Child Edward, contractor, dwl 456 Eighth. 

Child Edward Mrs., furnished rooms, 456 Eighth. 

Childs Andrew, book agent, dwl E s Filbert nr Thirtieth. 

Childs George, laborer, dwl cor Filbert and Twenty-second. 

Childs James W., mariner, dwl 727 Fourth. 

Chilson William D., attorney at law, dwl SE cor Wood and Lin- 
coln, W. O. 

Chilton Arthur, laborer, dwl NW cor Twenty-first Av. and East 
Twenty-fifth, E. O. 

Choquette Cleophase, teamster Remillard & Bros., dwl NE cor Clay 
and First. 

Choynski Albert, pedler, dwl 513 Sixth. 

Chrisinger Philip, engineer, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Market. 

Christian Henry W., printer, dwl N s Wallace nr Telegraph. 

Christian William, ship carpenter C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Christianson Michael, engineer, dwl N s East Twelfth bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth avs, E. O. 

Christy B., tanner, dwl Thirty-fourth nr San Pablo Av. 

Chubb P., carpenter C. P. P. P., W. O. 

Church , clerk County Recorder's Office, dwl SE cor Ninth and 

Clay. 

Church , copyist, dwl 713 Tenth. 

CHURCH PLOCK, W s Broadway bet Tenth and Eleventh. 

Church Gideon, farmer, North end Twenty-first Avenue nr Lynn, 
E. 0. 

Church Joseph W., clerk Custom House (S. F.), dwl N s Fifteenth 
bet Market and West. 

Church N., carpenter, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. 0. 

CITY ASSESSOR, Joseph M. Dillon, office 1 City Hall. 

CITY ATTORNEY, S. F. Gilcrest, office 9 City Hall. 

CITY CLERK AND TREASURER, Henry Hillebrand, office 4 
City Hall. 

CITY COUNCIL, Wallace Everson president, chambers 3 City Hall. 

CITY DISPENSARY, basement City Hall. 

CITY ENGINEER, Thomas J. Arnold, office 10 City Hall. 

CITY HALL, N s Fourteenth junction San Pablo Av. 

CITY MARKET, N s Eleventh and S s Twelfth bet Broadway and 
Franklin. 

CITY MARSHAL AND TAX COLLECTOR, Perry Johnson, 
office 5 City Hall. 

CITY MAYOR, Mack Webber, office 6 City Hall. 

CITY POUND, George Taylor pound master, cor Twenty-eighth and 
Adeline, W. O. 

CITY PRISON, basement City Hall. 

CITY WHARF, William Harwood wharfinger, foot Webster. 

Clafley P., blacksmith, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-second. 

Clancey Thomas, fireman C. P. P. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 

Canton W., trackman C. P. R. P., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine 
and Wood, W. O. 

Clarey John, gasfitter, dwl 965 Franklin. 






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Clark Alexander L., mason, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Ade- 
line. 
Clark Alvah K., bookkeeper, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and 

West. 
Clark Benja min , laborer, dwL S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Clark Charles, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Clark Charles, waiter Newland's Hotel. • 

Clark Charles K., match manufacturer (S. F), dwl S s Prospect Av. 

bet Telegraph Av. and Broadway. 
Clark D. P., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Clark Edward, contractor, dwl N s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph Av. 

and Broadway. 
Clark Edward, extraman Phenix Engine Co. No. 1. 
Clark Edwin A., messenger London & S. F. Bank (S. F.), dwl NW 

cor West Fifth and Filbert. 
Clark E. F., laborer, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Clark E. PL, carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Clark Ezra, sewing-machine agent, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson. 

Clark Foster T, livery and sale stable, 1066 Thirteenth Av., E. 0. g. 
Clark Frank, brakeman C. P. P. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Clark G., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Clark A. L\, fireman C. P. R, R., W. O. 
Clark Henry, laborer, dwl NE cor Second and Washington. 
Clark Henry H, compositor Butler & Stilwell, dwl 664 Tenth. 
Clai-k Horace, freight clerk C. P. R. R. Co.'s stinrs, foot Broadway. 
Clark James, groceries, SE cor Filbert and West Fifth. 
Clark John, barkeeper Grand Central Hotel. 
Clark John, turner Blethen & Terry, dwl 623 Third. 
Clark John F., dwl NE cor Tenth and Market. 
Clark Joseph, clerk, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Market. 
Clark Joseph, marble polisher, dwl Fifteenth bet Cypress and Center, 

W. O. 
Clark Levi, painter, dwl S s Eighteenth nr West. 
Clark Malcolm, wagonmaker, cor Tenth and Franklin, dwl 765 

Jackson. 
Clark Marion, liquor saloon, 461 Seventh, dwl 463 Fourth. 
Clark Mary C. Mrs., teacher piano, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson. 
Clark M. C, barkeeper Olmsted House, W s San Pablo Av. 
Clark Melville (Clark <t Co.), dwl SW cor Jackson and Fifth. 
Clark Newton, builder, dwl W s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Clark Samuel, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Clark Seth, capitalist, dwl E s Market nr Fourteenth. 
Clai-k William, liquor, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, 

W. O. 
Clark William, grocer, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

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Clark William (Clark <k Gray), dwl Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham. 

Clark William D. (W. D. Clark & Co., S. F.), dwl 626 Thirteenth. 

Clark W. M., laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 

Clark <fe Co. (Melville Clark, William E. J. Baughman, and Tattag 
Tenneson), manufacturers reed organs, NE cor Tenth and Frank- 
lin. 

Clark <fe Gray (HVilliam Clark and H. M. Gray), groceries, wines, and 
liquors, cor Broadway and Fourteenth. 

CLARKE SAMUEL J. Jr., register in bankruptcy, office Gieschen's 
Building, NE cor Broadway and Sixth. 

Clarke John, woodturner, dwl 623 Third. 

Classon John (Classon & Trost), dwl 1010 Broadway. 

Classon & Trost (John Classon and Gustavus Trost), hairdressing 
saloon, 1010 Broadway. 

Clausen August, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, O. P. 

Clavelot A., sawmaker, 411 Seventh. 

Clay Frederick, president Whitney & Co.'s Express, office 855 Broad- 
way, dwl cor Webster and Twenty-second. 

Clay John, machinist, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Clayton Charles C, clerk Grand Central Hotel. 

Clayton Williaim cabinetmaker E. Hook, dwl 517 Ninth. 

Clear Thomas, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl 358 Ninth. 

Cleary Edward, joiner, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Cleary Mary Mrs., housekeeper Owen Lafferty, 517 Seventh. 

Cleary William, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Cleary Wilson, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Clem E. A., conductor C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Clemens Gilbert, commission merchant (S. F.), dwl 859 Washing- 
ton. 

Clement E. B., searcher records (S. F.), dwl 1055 Eleventh. 

Clement L. M., first assistant engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s West 
Twelfth nr Filbert. 

Clemont Michael, student, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Walton. 

CLERK CITY OF OAKLAND, Henry Hillebrand, office 5 City 
Hall. 

CLERK COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, J. Y. B. Goodrich, office 
County Court House. 

Cleveland Charles D., stuff er Manhattan Marble Co., dwl Overland 
House. 

Cleveland C. W., engineer, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Clifford John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet Railroad 
Av. and West Fifth, W. O. 

Clifford Joseph, fireman C. R. R. R., dwl E s Lewis bet West First 
and West Third, W. O. 

Clifton William G., clerk C. R. Lewis & Co., dwl 954 Broadway. 

Cline Samuel, carpenter, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 



Fresh milk cream and butter milk, wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



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Cline N., janitor, Benitz Block. 

Clinton Agnes Miss, dressmaker, dwl 753 Webster. 

Clinton C. H., carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 

Clinton D. W., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl NW cor Seventeenth and 
Brush. 

Clinton Flouring Mills, "Weston & Welch proprietors, SW cor East 
Eleventh and Twelfth Av., E. O. 

Clivio Cesare (Clivio & Cavaynaro), dwl 907 Broadway. 

Clivio & Cavaynaro (Cesare Clivio and Florence Cavaynaro), fruits, 
nuts, etc., 907 Broadway. 

Cloaran Edward, brewer, dwl NE cor Telegraph A v. and Twenty- 
first. 

Cloke Richard, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Close D. E., farmer, dwl N s Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle. 

Clough Edwin H., reporter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow, 
W. O. 

Clough Henry A., law clerk, dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Clough J. P., mining agent, dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Clough M. E., engineer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Clover M., bricklayer, dwl W s Campbell bet Lincoln and Twelfth, 

W. O. 
Clovis Dion, gardener, dwl S s Twelfth bet Madison and Jackson. 
Clow Amelia B. Miss, teacher Durant School, dwl S s Caledonia Av. 

nr Telegraph Av. 
Clow Elizabeth Mrs., dwl S s Caledonia Av. bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs. 
Clow Mary B. Miss, teacher Durant School, dwl S s Caledonia Av. 

nr Telegraph Av. 
Clymer James J., dwl 1205 Franklin. 
Clymer Jesse, dwl 830 Clay. 

Coakley Daniel, plasterer, dwl N s Fifteenth nr Market. 
Coakley John, trainer, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 
Coates Annie C. (widow), dwl 504 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Coates Charles, painter, dwl 617 Tenth. 
Coates John, painter, dwl N s Twenty-seventh nr Grove. 
Coates Joseph, bricklayer, dwl N s Frederick bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs. 
Coates W. D., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Seventeenth. 
Cobb R. S., carpenter, dwl 921 Broadway. 
Cobbledick James (Meeker, James & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl 177 

East Twelfth, E. O. 
Coblents M., mason, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Peralta, 

W. 0. 
Coby Peter, laborer Alameda Grading Co., dwl Fourteenth Av. bet 

East Twelfth and East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Cochran Asa H. (Cochran <Sc Hannan), dwl 1114 Tenth Avenue, 

E. O. 
Cochran Daniel P., tailor, dwl NW cor First and Harrison. 



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Cochran James, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Cochran J. F., sign and ornamental painter, 716 Broadway, dwl 

"Washington bet Fourth and Fifth. 
Cochran & Hannan (Asa H. Cochran and James Hannan), house and 

sign painters, NE cor East Twelfth and Tenth Av., E. O. 
Coder Sherman, wheelwright, dwl 1114 Tenth Av., E. O. 
Cody N. A. (N. A. Cody & Co.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
CODY N. A. & CO. (J. W. Tucker), druggists and apothecaries, 

N" s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Coe John T., collector, office 921 Broadway, dwl SE cor Adeline and 

West Tenth. 
Coe Theodore H., bookkeeper Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl SW cor 

Eighth and Campbell. 
Coffee David, cai-penter C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. O. 
Coffee Herman M. (Coffee & Furst), dwl 813 Broadway. 
Coffee <fe Furst (Herman M. Coffee and Herman Furst), diy goods, 

837 Broadway. 
Coffey William, salesman E. H. Hyde, dwl 456 Eighth. 

Coffin , druggist, dwl Grand Western Hotel, W. O. 

Coffin Frederick D., ship carpenter, dwl N s Chase bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Coffin F. S., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl S s Lincoln. 

bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Coggeshall Frederick C, farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Temes- 

cal Bridge. 
Coggeshall F. R., bookkeeper George S. Brown & Co., dwl W s San 

Pablo Av. nr Temescal Bridge. 
Cogswell Charles, engineer, 269 Ninth. 

Cohen James, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Curtis and West. 
Cohn John, tailor, 751 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Colbert B., stevedore, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Colbert Curtis, clerk, dwl E s Market nr Fifteenth. 
Colbert John, nursery, junction Adeline and San Pablo Av. 
Colburn Alfred, freight clerk C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise, dwl SW 

cor Campbell and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Colburn E. S., dwl SW cor Campbell and Twelfth, W. O. 
Colburn J. S., clerk (S. F.), dwl SW cor Campbell and West Twelfth, 

W. O. 
Colby E. B., carpenter C. P. R, R, W. O. 

Colby Flora Miss, dressmaker, dwl KW cor Chester and West Third. 
Colby Frances Miss (Misses C), dwl S s Laurel bet Broadway and 

Telegraph Av. 
Colby Hiram H. (Steere & C), dwl SE cor Thirteenth Av. and East 

Twelfth, E. O. 
Colby Misses (Frances and Flora), dressmakers, S s Laurel bet Tel- 
egraph Av. and Broadway. 
Coldwi Frederick, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Atlantic bet 

Pine and Cedar. 
Cole , carpenter, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 



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Cole F. M., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Cole Jeremiah, laborer, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Cole John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Wood. 
Cole Leander G., dwl W s Webster bet Twentieth and Twenty-first. 
COLE RECTOR E., dentist, ofiice 1055 Broadway, and president 

Board of Education, dwl SE cor Adeline and West Tenth, W. O. 
Cole William, laborer Taylor & Co, dwl 563 Second. 
Cole W. J., bookkeeper, dwl 608 Fifth. 
Coleman Edward, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth, W. 0. 
Coleman John, laborer C. P. R^l., W. O. 
Coleman John W., stock broker (S. F.), dwl NW cor Eighth and 

Brush. 
Coleman Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Coleman Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Coleman T. S., dwl 10 Pine, Pearson's Row, W. O. 
Colen Henry, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

W. O. 
Colfer John, clerk James Larue, dwl W s Fifteenth A v. bet East 

Nineteenth and East Twentieth, E. O. 
Colgate Frederick, miner, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Colgett John, gardener, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 

Filbert. 
Collie John, sewing machine agent, dwl S s Eleventh bet Castro and 

Brash. 
Collier A , printer, dwl W s Market bet Twentieth and Twenty-first. 
Collier J., dwl Union bet West Twenty-fourth and West Twenty- 
sixth, W. O. 
Coligan Terrence, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Collins Albert F. (Collins, Wheaton & Luhrs, S. F.), dwl NW cor 

Jackson and Durant. 
Collins A. W., under sheriff, dwl 913 Madison. 
Collins Cornelius, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Collins Dennis, gardener, dwl 167 Eighth. 
Collins George H. ( Hi y gins & C, S. F.), dwl SE cor Chestnut and 

West Third, W. O. 
Collins Hanora (widow), dwl S s Eighteenth bet Market and West. 
Collins James, carpenter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Collins John, wiper C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Collins L. P., agent Florence Sewing Machine (S. F.), dwl N s Pine 

bet Division and Seward, W. O. 
Collins M., liquors (S. F.), dwl E s West Eighth bet Adeline and 

Union. 
Collins Patrick, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 
Collins Patrick M., carpenter, S s Seventeenth nr Grove. 
Collins Samuel G., drayman, dwl 601 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Collins William B., carpenter, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Fifth and 

Market, W. O. 
Collinson Samuel, carpenter, dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, 

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Collischonn Charles, clerk Belloc Freres (S. F.), dwl NE cor Wood 

and Atlantic. 
Collyer Charles, dwl NE cor Twelfth and Wood, W. O. 
Collyer David, student, dwl NE cor Twelfth and Wood, W. O. 
Collyer George, printer (S. F), dwl NE cor Twelfth and Wood, W. O. 
Collyer Jacob, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl NE cor Twelfth and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Colman Martin, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Colson Edward, student, dwl 163 Eleventh. 
Colter William, painter C. P. R. g., W. O. 
Coltingham R., carpenter, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkhani, 

W. 0. 
Combes Edward N., salesman (S. F.), dwl W s Campbell bet Chase 

and Taylor, W. O. 
Combes Michael, laborer, dwl N s Twelfth bet Campbell and Willow, 

w. o. 

Commiskey Alice Mrs., dwl 715 Third. 

Compton John, engineer C. P. P. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 

Compton K. H., brakeman local train C. P. R. R. 

Comstock Frank, carpenter, dwl Fifteenth nr Kirkhani, W. 0. 

Comstock Oliver P., carpenter, dwl 518 Eighth. 

CONARD WILLIS D., druggist, SW cor East Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth Av., E. O. 

Condee H. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Cone James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet Railroad Av. 
and West Fifth, W. O. 

Congdon Amelia (widow), dwl NE cor Sixth Av. and East Tenth, 
W. O. 

Conklin , tailor, dwl Alta House. 

Conklin John, helper King & Williams, dwl Charter Oak Hotel, 
W. O. 

Conklin John, plumber, dwl 323 Ninth. 

Conley Edward, dwl N s Eighteenth nr Filbert. 

Conley William, blacksmith Kennedy &, Manning, dwl cor Third and 
Webster. 

Conlin Edward, helper C. P. R. R,, W. O. 

Conlon Edward, blacksmith, dwl S s Twenty-second nr West. 

Conn Frank, bookkeeper, dwl N s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Conn J., brick molder, dwl N s Eighteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Connell James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Connell M. & M. L. Misses, dressmakers, 321 Twelfth. 

Connell Maria Miss (Misses M. & M. L. Connell), dressmaker, dwl 
321 Twelfth. 

Connell M. L. Miss (Misses M. <L: M. L. Connell), dressmaker, res 
San Francisco. 

Connell William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 213 Sixth. 

Connelly William O, blacksmith, dwl 329 Third. 



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Connelly William K., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market 
and Curtis. 

Conner James, teamster dwl S s Twenty-fourth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Conner John, laborer, dwl 761 Castro. 

Conner Winfield, livery stable, dwl S s Twenty -fourth bet Broadway 
and Telegraph Av. 

Conners J. Mrs., dwl 809 Webster. 

Connighan Frank, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Connoly Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Connolly Michael, horseshoer, dwl NE cor Eleventh and Franklin. 

Connolly Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Short bet Cedar and 
Bay, W. O. 

Connor C, laborer, dwl 408 Fifth. 

Connor James, carpenter, dwl NE cor Twelfth and Kirkkam, W. 0. 

Connor James, teamster Oakland Paving Co. 

Connor J. H., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Market. 

Connor L. B., conductor C. P. R. R., res Stockton. 

Connor Mary, nurse W. H. Rulofson, dwl SW cor Twelfth and Mar- 
ket. 

Connor Timothy, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Connors John, coaling engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Connors John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Connors Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 

Conrad Jacob, cook St. Charles Hotel, dwl 1106 Broadway. 

Conrad William, laborer James Davis, dwl S s Twenty-second nr 
Lydia. 

Conroy Martin, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl SW cor 
Seventeenth and West. 

Considine P., laborer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl Alice nr Third. 

Constantine Patrick, laborer S. F. Gas Co., dwl 218 Sixth. 

Contra Costa Laundry Association (George H. Hallett, Pliny Bart- 
lett, and P. E. Dalton), laundry, SW cor West Fourteenth and 
Kirkham, O. P., office 865 Broadway. 

CONTRA COSTA WATER CO., A. Chabot president, C. Brier, 
cashier, office 458 Eighth. 

Contreras Pedro, laborer, dwl 522 Fourth. 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (St. Mary), Mother Bap- 
tist superior, Sister Eugene principal, E s Webster bet Twenty- 
fhst and Twenty-second. 

Conway Edward, real estate, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Brush and 
West. 

Conway M., car cleaner C. P. R. R., res San Francisco. 

Conway Morris D., painter, dwl S s East Fourteenth nr Twenty- 
second Av., E. O. 

Conway Thomas, laborer, dwl W s Lusk nr Evoy Av. 

Cook B. B., teamster, dwl Thirtieth nr Chestnut. 

Cook Franklin, dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Cook H. W., carpenter C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Cook James, laundryman Grand Central Hotel, dwl 319 Eleventh. 



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Cook James, turner dwl S s Fifteenth nr West. 

Cook J. J., dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Cook John, dwl 821 Washington. 

Cook John, carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Cook John, farmer, dwl 1ST s Twenty-eighth bet Market and Myrtle. 

Cook Joseph, porter Tubbs' Hotel, dwl 462 Sixth. 

Cook J. S., proprietor Alta House, NWcor Eighth and Washington. 

Cook Philip, printer, dwl 467 Tenth. 

Cook P. Mrs., dressmaker, 467 Tenth. 

Cook W. B., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., res Alameda. 

Cooksay Frank, carpenter, dwl W s Myrtle bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Coolbrith Ina D., librarian Oakland Library, dwl N s Fifteenth bet 
Clay and Jefferson. 

Cooley Henry, timekeeper C. P. R. P., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. 0. 

Coolidge J. C, dwl S s Brown bet Grove and West. 

Coombs Henry, stair builder George M. Blair, dwl 166 Second. 

Coon Henry, miner, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Cooney James, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Coop John, carpenter, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

Cooper C. L., carpenter, dwl 962 Grove. 

Cooper F., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Cooper Frank, teamster Taylor & Co., dwl SW cor Third and Jef- 
ferson. 

Cooper John, farmer, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

Cooper Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 

Cooper Thomas, teamster, dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 

Copeley John J., laborer dwl E s Chestnut bet West First and West 
Third, W. 0. 

Copp Stephen, carpenter, dwl 728 Myrtle. 

Corbett James, laborer, dwl 815 Filbert. 

Corbett Samuel, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Eleventh bet Castro and Grove. 

Corby J., plasterer, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Corcoran A. M. (widow), dwl 803 Jefferson. 

Corcoran Michael J., laborer, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Corcoran John, blacksmith C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet 
Henry and Chester, W. O. 

Cordan Antonio C, hairdresser (S. F.), dwl 506 East Fifteenth, 
E. O. 

Corder Thomas W., dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Eighteenth and 
Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Cordes Frederick, tanner, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

Cordes Hermann, manufacturer brooms (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad 
Av. bet Union and Kirkham, W. O. 

Cordes P. Henry, farmer, dwl cor San Pablo and Park avs. 

Corfield A. M. Miss, music teacher, dwl SE cor Clay and Sixth. 

Corley T., seeds and nursery (S. F.), dwl N s East Sixteenth nr town 
line, E. O. 



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OAKLAND [C] DIRECTORY. 143 

Cornell Charles M., carpenter, dwl W s Thirteenth Av. bet East 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth, E. 0. 

Cornell G., painter, dwl 811 Washington. 

Cornell Edward, butcher, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Cornell James, laborer Blethen & Terry, dwl N s First bet Broadway 
and Franklin. 

Cornell James, laborer, dwl N s First bet Broadway and Franklin. 

Cornell John Richard, painter, dwl 379 Fifth. 

Cornell M. J., painter, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 

Cornish Thomas, dwl 511 Third. 

Cornish Thomas H., painter, dwl 511 Third. 

Cornor C. W. (Gomor & Broad), dwl NE cor Second and Franklin. 

Cornor & Broad (C. W. Comer and Charles Broad), boots and shoes, 
952 Broadway. 

Cornwall Joseph, capitalist, dwl Grand Western Hotel, W. O. 

Cornwall J. B., dwl W s Foplar bet Tenth and Twelfth, W. O. 

CORONER COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, S. H. Mather, office 
County Court House. 

Corrigan Peter, machinist, dwl S s West Fifth bet Linden and Filbert. 

Corry John, mill hand, dwl E s Filbert bet Eighteenth and Twenty- 
first. 

Cortelyou Cornelius L., dwl 807 Market. 

Cortelyou Kate Miss, music teacher, dwl 807 Market. 

Corwin E., fireman C. P. R. R., res San Jose. 

Cosi Benjamin, gardener W. H. Rulofson, SW cor Twelfth and Mar- 
ket. 

Cosmopolitan House, J. H. Dodge proprietor, 859 Broadway. 

COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT, Haugsted & Petersen pro- 
prietors, 861 Broadway. 

Costello Michael, clerk, dwl 763 Castro. 

Costigan James M., merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Franklin bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. 

Costigan J. H. (Stubbs & C), dwl W s Market bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth. 

Cotter William, dwl N s Brown nr San Pablo Av. 

Cotton Cornelia W. (widow), dwl N s Walton nr Telegraph. 

Cotton Frank E., superintendent California Bridge and Building 
Co., dwl NE cor Walton and Grove. 

Cotton Jared C, secretary California Bridge and Building Co., office 
921 Broadway, dwl NE cor Walton and Grove. 

Coughlan John, painter, dwl 517 Sixth. 

Coughlin Dennis, milkman, dwl 771 Eleventh. 

Coughlin John, helper C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Coughlin John J., tinsmith Matthew De La Montanya, dwl Ninth 
bet Webster and Harrison. 

Coughlin Lizzie Miss, domestic Edward P. Flint, W s Washington 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth. 
Coulter William, painter, dwl 712 Franklin. 

Count George, painter, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 



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144 OAKLAND [C] DIRECTORY. 

COUNTY ASSESSOR, J. E. Whitcher and A. B. Webster, town- 
ship assessors, office County Court House. 
COUNTY AUDITOR, Peter R. Borein, office County Court House. 
COUNTY CLERK, J. Y. B. Goodrich, office County Court House. 
COUNTY CORONER AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, 

Solon H. Mather, office County Court House. 
COUNTY COURT, Stephen G-. Nye judge, rooms County Court 

House. 
COUNTY COURT HOUSE, Broadway bet Fourth and Fifth. 
COUNTY JAIL, Frederick Bryant jailor, Washington bet Fourth 

and Fifth. 
COUNTY JUDGE, Stephen G. Nye, chambers County Court 

House. 
COUNTY RECORDER, Benjamin S. Marston, office Hall of Re- 
cords, County Court House. 
COUNTY SHERIFF, Henry N. Morse, office County Court House. 
COUNTY SURVEYOR, Louis Castro, office County Court House. 
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR, C. J. Stevens, office County Court 

House. 
COUNTY TREASURER, Robert S. Farrelly, office County Court 

House. 
Coursen Edgar A., clerk (S. F.), dwl 719 Fifth. 
COURT COUNTY, Stephen G. Nye judge, rooms County Court 

House. 
COURT JUSTICES', Oakland Township, George H. Fogg, 814 

Broadway, and James Lentell, NW cor Eleventh and Franklin. 
COURT POLICE, A. H. Jayne judge, room 7 City Hall. 
COURT PROBATE, Stephen G. Nye judge, rooms County Court 

House. 
COURT THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT, Samuel B. McKee 

judge, rooms County Court House, judge's chambers 1004 

Broadway. 
Courvoisier Frederick L., groceries, provisions, etc., 901 Webster, 

dwl S s Eighth nr Alice. 
Couse Robert, carpenter, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Third and West 

Fifth, W. O. 
Cousens Michael, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm El Capitan. 
Coutolenc John H. A., butcher, NE cor Jefferson and Third, dwl 574 

Third. 
Covaco Joaquin S., bootmaker, dwl 412 Seventh. 
Covell Charles A., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl Overland 

House. 
Covert S. H, foreman painter C. P. R. R. 

Cowan David, ship carpenter, dwl S s William bet Cedar and Pine. 
Cowan Ellen Mrs., boarding and lodging, S s William bet Cedar and 

Pine. 
Cowan John, carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 
Cowan Patrick, carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 
Cowan W. H, carpenter, dwl 963 Franklin. 
Coward Hamilton G., miner, dwl 178 Eighth. 



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OAKLAND [C] DIRECTORY. 145 

Cowell John, carpenter, dwl SW cor Eighth Av. and East Eight- 
eenth, E. O. 

Cowell Richard, carpenter, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Eighth and 
Ninth avs, E. O. 

Cowell Thomas, laborer, dwl SE cor Fourteenth Av. and East Sev- 
enteenth, E. O. 

Cox James, painter C. P. R. R., dwl Overland House. 

Cox James W, merchant (S. F.), dwl N s Merrimac Place bet Web- 
ster and Telegraph Av, 

Cox Samuel, gardener, dwl SE cor Twenty-second and Webster. 

Coxhead Thomas C, homeopathic physician, office and dwl 517 Tenth. 

Coy C. J., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle. 

Coyle Daniel, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 416 Seventh. 

Coyle James, carpenter Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Coyne Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet Railroad 
Av. and West Fifth, W. O. 

Crabtree Comus L., clerk C. P. R. R., dwl 568 Sixth. 

Craddock Delia L. Miss, ladies' hairdresser and dealer human hair, 
1015 Broadway, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Craffe Henry, porter (S. F.), dwl NW cor Twentieth Av. and East 
Sixteenth, E. O. 

Cragan Michael, merchant tailor, 309 Twelfth, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Craig Andrew, salesman Oakland Lumber Yard, dwl W s Washing- 
ton nr Eighth. 

Craig Elizabeth Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, dwl 177 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Craig Frederick, dwl S s William bet Wood and Pine. 

Craig Homer A., secretary Alameda County Branch Home Mutual 
Insurance Co., and agent Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co., 
office 924 Broadway, dwl SW cor Grove and Walton. 

Craig John, clerk, dwl N s West Fourteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 

Craig Joseph R., clerk, dwl 177 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Craig Lee D., mining (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, 
W. O. 

Craig Nathan, wood turner, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Craig R. R., mining (S. F), dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, 
W. O. 

Craig S. J. Mrs., dwl 946 Myrtle. 

Craig W. H, dentist, office and dwl 1055 Broadway. 

Craig Walter R., miner (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, 
W. 0. 

Craig William, plumber, dwl Overland House. 

Craig William C., miner (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet Ninth and 
Tenth, W. O. 

Craig Wilton P. (T. R. Posey & Co.), dwl SW cor Grove and Walton. 

Cramer Adolph, bookkeeper Oakland Bank of Savings, dwl W s 
Broadway bet Twentieth and Twenty-first. 

Crampton William, lather, dwl 1001 Franklin. 

Crampton W. M., laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Crandell James, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Market. 



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Crane Annie E. Miss, cloakmaker Mrs. F. Slate, dwl cor Twenty- 
sixth and San Pablo Av. 

Crane Charles W., advertising agent (S. R), dwl W s Poplar bet 
Tenth and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Crane Edward, clerk, dwl Eighth nr Myrtle. 

Crane Erwin J., agent (S. F.), dwl Jackson opp. Lake Av. 

Crane George, 'carpenter, dwl NE cor Twenty-sixth and San Pablo 
Av. 

Crane G. E., joiner C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Crane James E., clerk C. P. R. R., dwl 775 Fourteenth. 

Crane James H., insurance agent, dwl W s Poplar bet Tenth and 
Twelfth, W. 0. 

Crane William W. Jr., attorney at law (S. F), dwl NW cor Tenth 
and Market. 

Cranz Frederick, printer, dwl Peralta nr Thirty-sixth. 

Craven Andrew F., principal Lincoln Grammar School, dwl S s Pros- 
pect Place nr Telegraph Av. 

Craven Andrew F. Mrs., teacher Lincoln School, dwl S s Prospect 
Place nr Telegraph Av. 

Craven Henry S., civil engineer, dwl 369 Fifth. 

Crawford A. W., carpenter, dwl 624 Second. 

Crawford Alonzo, teacher, dwl E s Eighteenth bet Brush and West. 

Crawford G. W., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Crawford William, mill hand Pacific Planing Mill. 

Crawford William, painter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Crawley F., mason, dwl W s Peralta bet Lincoln and Seward, W. 0. 

Creaser James, carpenter, dwl 722 Filbert. 

Creighton William B., painter, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and 
Center, W. 0. 

Cressey Calvin J., banker (S. F.), dwl Fourteenth bet Webster and 
Harrison. 

Cressey Frank A., clerk, dwl Fourteenth bet Webster and Harrison. 

Crist George F. (Crist & Rued), dwl SE cor Twenty-first Av. and 
East Fourteenth, E. 0. 

Crist & Rued (George Crist and John C. Rued), proprietors Brook- 
lyn Tannery, NE cor Twenty-first Av. and East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Crocker M., carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Crocker Winslow, architect, dwl 1169 West. 

Crockett John, secretary California Mutual Insurance Co. (S. F.), 
dwl S s Adams Av. bet town line and Fruit Yale. 

Crockett Joseph, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Adams bet town line and 
Fruit Vale. 

Crockett Joseph B., judge Supreme Court California, dwl S s Adams 
Av. bet town line and Fruit Vale. 

Crockett Robert, clerk U. S. District Court (S. F), dwl S s Adams 
Av. bet town line and Fruit Vale. 

Crog F. W., helper C. P. R. R, 0. P. 

Croke James, carpenter, dwl W s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth. 

Crompton John, engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise, dwl 612 
East Eleventh, E. 0. 



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Cron William, butcher, dwl S s East Twelfth bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth avs, E. O. 
Cronan Ellen (widow), dwl 561 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Cronin Daniel, city lamplightei*, dwl SE cor Fourteenth Av. and 

East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Cronin Daniel, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl W s Kirkkani bet Eighth 

and Ninth, W. O. 
Cronin Daniel N., steward, dwl 703 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Cronin Stephen D., groceries and liquors, dwl NE cor San Pablo Av. 

and Laurel. 
Cronni John, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Cronkright John W., boot and shoemaker, NW cor West Fifth and 

Lewis. 
Cronnin John, farmer, N s old county road, nr town line. 
Crook B. F., clerk, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Adeline and Linden. 
Crook F. J., clerk, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Adeline and Linden. 
Crooker E. H., stair builder George M. Blair. 
Crooks John, bricklayer, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 
Cropley Simmons, laborer, dwl 420 First. 

Cropper Thomas, dwl N s Eighteenth bet Filbert and Linden. 
Cropper W. T., carpenter, dwl 361 Ninth. 
Crosby Charles, fireman C. P. R R., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, AV. O. 
Crosby Jennie Miss, dressmaker, dwl Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth. 
Crosby John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Lewis bet West Third 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Crosby Joseph, laborer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Croskill John, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Cedar and Pine, W. O. 
CROSLEY JOHN S., jobber and retail produce, 1 and 3 City Mar- 
ket, dwl NE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Crosley M., carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 
Crossland John, carpenter C P. R. R., W. O. 
Crow Isaac P., butcher, dwl N s Caledonia Av. cor Grove. 
Crow Mary Miss, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Crowell G, farmer, dwl Adeline bet Forty-second and Forty-third. 
Crowell George B., foreman Butler and Stilwell, dwl 603 Franklin. 
Crowell George F., dwl E s Adeline bet Forty-first and Forty-second. 
Crowley Cornelius, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Atlantic and 

Willow. 
Crowley Cornelius, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor Short and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Crowley D., ship carpenter C. P. R. R. 

Crowley Daniel, gasfitter Becht & Nicol, dwl 1021 Franklin. 
Crowley John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Crowley John, marble yard, E s Franklin bet Second and Third, dwl 

SW cor Sixth and Harrison. 
Croxen John, butcher, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Cruess Lambert D., rancher, dwl E s Wood bet West Eighth and 

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148 OAKLAND [C] DIRECTORY. 

Crug Manuel, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Crum Charles, farm hand, dwl D, nr San Pablo Av. 

Crump W. P., machinist, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Crumpton James H., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Cruse Patrick, laborer, dwl 360 Fourth. 

Cruse William, foreman Western Development Co., C. P. R. R., dwl 

N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Cryer Emma J., retoucher William B. Ingersoll, res San Francisco. 
Culbertson M. Miss, teacher, dwl E s Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh. 
Culbertson M. K. Miss, teacher Mrs. Poston, dwl E s Oak bet Tenth 

and Eleventh. 
Culhane G., liquors, 702 Broadway. 

Cull A. E., engineer, dwl E s Kirkham bet Eighth and Ninth. 
Cullen H., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Cullen James W. (widow), dwl 1164 Alice. 
Cullen Thomas, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Eighth bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Cullon Ernest, laborer California Bridge and Building Co. 
Cullum George, clerk, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, 

w. o. 

Cully J. M., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Cumberson William, engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, 
dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Cumins S. C, cashier Grand Central Hotel. 

Cu Turn ings A. A., baggageman C. P. R. R., res San Francisco. 

Cummings Anderson (Cummings & Pearson), dwl N s Railroad A v. 
bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Cummings David, plasterer, dwl junction Logan and San Pablo Av. 

Cummings W. T., night telegraph operator C. P. R. R., Oakland 
Ferry Wharf. 

CUMMINGS & PEARSON (Anderson Cummings and Charles E. 
Pearson), proprietors Stanford Stable, NE cor Railroad Av. and 
Wood, W. O. 

Cummins Peter, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Cunniff John, dealer live stock, dwl Nineteenth Av. bet East Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, E. O. 

Cunniff Thomas J., carpenter, dwl Nineteenth Av. bet East Four- 
teenth and East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Cunningham A., carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Tenth, 

w. o. 

Cunningham J. A., conductor C. P. R. R. 
Cunningham John, clerk (S. F.), dwl 953 Washington. 
Cunningham John, hostler J. C. Trescott, res San Francisco. 
Cunningham Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Cunningham Margaret Mrs., milliner and millinery goods, 960 

Broadway. 
Cunningham Timothy J., clerk, dwl 714 Filbert. 
Curidge Joseph N., clerk, dwl W s Market bet Tenth and Eleventh. 



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Curley Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Leddy bet Brush and West. 
Curran Rose (widow), dwl SW cor "Willow and Lincoln, W. O. 
Current T. D., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Carry E. L., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Curry James, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
CURRY JOHN, furnished rooms, 411 Seventh. 
Curry Robert, carpenter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. 0. 
Curtin James, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Curtis Edward, broom factory (S. F.), dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell 

and Willow, W. O. 
Curtis Edward B., laborer Blethen & Terry, dwl S s Ninth bet Web- 
ster and Franklin. 
Curtis George S., clerk, dwl E s Myrtle bet Twelfth and Fourteenth. 
Curtis James M., sawfiler (S. F.), dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Curtis Lucien, dwl SW cor Seventh Av. and East Nineteenth, E. 0. 
Curtis Marshall, real estate, dwl 779 Sixth. 
Curtis Murray, dry goods dealer, dwl 827 Market. 
Curtis Robert, miller, dwl Twenty-fourth nr Filbert. 
Curtis William F., contractor, dwl E s Linden nr West Twelfth, W. O. 
Curtis Winfield, miner, dwl 770 Sixth. 

Cui-tiss E., jeweler, dwl NsRailroad Av. bet Kirkham and Poplar, W. O. 
Cushing A. D., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl NW cor East Eleventh 

and Twelfth Av., E. O. 
CUSHING CLINTON, physician, office 921 Broadway, dwl 322 

Eleventh. 
Cushing F. W., assistant postmaster, office 463 Ninth, dwl SW cor 

Fifth and Webster. 
Cushing George H., saloon, dwl 677 Fifth. 
Cushing John (JlcCrum & C), dwl 362 Tenth. 
Cushing John, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Cusheon Simeon M., shipping clerk, dwl 808 Clay. 
Cusick John, laborer, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 
Cuthbertson Walter J., draughtsman Clinton Day, res San Francisco. 
Cutler Alfred W., carpenter, dwl 813 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Cutting James R., conductor C. P. R, R,, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth 

and Twelfth, W. O. 
Cutting Rachel Mrs., boarding, 527 Eighth. 
Cutting W. J., carpenter, dwl 527 Eighth. 
Cux Gustavus, civil engineer, dwl S s William bet Cedar and Pine. 



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Dabney C. W., dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta. 

Dagenhart William, carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl cor Taylor 

and Pine, W. O. 
Daggett Alexander, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 
Daggett Hiram, painter, dwl NE cor Fifth Av. and East Fifteenth, E. O. 



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Daggett Hiram Wesley, dwl NE cor Fifth Av. and East Fifteenth, 

E. O. 
Dahle H., laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Dale John, carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 
Daley Michael, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Daley P. J., cigars and tobacco, N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Dalton P. Edward (Contra Costa Laundry Association), res San 

Francisco. 
Daly Michael, fireman, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Daly P. , brakeman, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 
Daly Richard, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market and Curtis. 
Daly Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Daly Timothy, teamster Duffy & O'Neil, dwl S s Twenty-seventh nr 

Grove. 
DALZIEL JAMES, stoves, ranges, and tinware, 1149 Broadway, 

dwl S s Caledonia Av. bet Grove and Telegraph Av. 
DALZIEL ROBERT, plumber and gasfitter, 1147 Broadway, dwl 

962 West Third, W. O. 
Dam Alfonzo, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Nineteenth nr Market. 
Dam Cyrus, foreman pile driver C. P. R. R., dwl 736 Linden. 
Dam George W. (Dam & Myers), dwl 916 Broadway. 
Dam Harry J., dwl S s Twenty-third nr Telegraph Av. 
Dam L. E. Mrs., dwl S s Twenty-third nr Telegraph Av. 
Dam Lizzie Miss, dressmaker Mrs. A. S. Baker, dwl cor Nineteenth 

and Market. 
Dam Samuel, pile driver C. P. R. R., dwl N s Nineteenth nr Market. 
Dam William H., pile driver C. P. R. R., dwl N s Nineteenth nr 

Market. 
DAM k MYERS (G. W. Dam and L. W. Myers), real estate 

agents, office 906 Broadway. 
Dama Augusta, carriage painter, dwl 360 Fifth. 
Dame Mary L. Miss, teacher Durant School, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Damkohler Bruno, salesman William Gernreich, SW cor Eighth and 

Chester, W. O. 
Damon Dexter, real estate, dwl 766 Fourteenth. 
Damon James E., real estate (S. F.), dwl 766 Fourteenth. 
Damon Lizzie Miss, music teacher, dwl 766 Fourteenth. 
Dane Emma (widow), dwl 275 Fourteenth. • 

Danforth George S., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, dwl 309 Third. 
Dangerfield Joseph, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert. 
Daniels Arthur F., upholsterer E. Hook, dwl cor Filbert and Thir- 
tieth. 
Daniels Bendix, dwl 820 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Daniels Gilbert, salesman E. Hook, dwl cor Filbert and Thirtieth. 
Daniels Seth F., attorney at law, office 456 Eighth, dwl cor Filbert 

and Thirtieth. 
Danielson J., upholsterer, dwl 417 Seventh. 
Daniene Charles, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

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Daone Charles, pile driver C. P. R. R,, W. O. 

Darnal John C, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl W s Henry bet West First 

and West Third, W. 0. 
Darnanville Joseph, waiter Alphonse & J. Marques, dwl 850 Broad- 
way. 
Darrah Lucy (widow), dwl N s William bet Pine and Cedar. 
Darrell James, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Dams T., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 
Darrow John O., attorney at law, dwl 1156 Alice. 
Dart Putnam C, merchant (S. F.), dwl W s Myrtle bet West Twelfth 

and West Fourteenth. 
David Charles, trainer D. G. Green, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 
Davidson Hugh, carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 
Davidson Joseph, gardener, dwl N s Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Davidson Samuel, sawyer, dwl Fifteenth nr Cypress, W. O. 
Davis A. M. Mrs., dressmaker, 470 Eighth. 
Davis B., carpenter, dwl Fifteenth nr West. 

Davis Charles, upholsterer Schreiber & Mayer, dwl 1064 Broadway. 
Davis Charles B., ship calker, dwl W s Kirkham bet West Eighth 

and West Ninth, W. O. 
Davis Charles E., dwl 769 Eighth. 

Davis E. J., steward Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 
Davis Edmund S., U. S. Surveyor-General Nevada, dwl 769 Eighth, 
Davis Frederick, blacksmith Henry Weeks, dwl 553 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Davis Granville, boot and shoemaker, dwl 573 Eighth. 
Davis H, second-hand furniture, 663 Broadway. 
Davis H. B., calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Davis Henry Miss, dwl S s Sycamore nr San Pablo Av. 
Davis James, laborer, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Davis John, laborer, dwl NW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove. 
Davis John, teamster, dwl cor Thirty-fifth and San Pablo Av. 
DAVIS JOHN H, butcher, Thirteenth Av. bet East Twelfth and 

East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Davis Lemuel, dwl 951 Grove. 
Davis M., merchant tailor, 469 Seventh. 
Davis Martin, painter C. P. R. R,, W. O. 
Davis Mary Mrs., dwl 951 Grove. 

Davis Patrick W., blacksmith, dwl 563 East Twelfth, E. O. 
DAVIS P. E., agent Grover and Baker Sewing Machines, 1012 

Broadway, dwl cor Eleventh and Webster. 
Davis Reason G., stage proprietor, dwl W s Webster nr Prospect Av. 
Davis Robert, carpenter, dwl S s Eighteenth nr West. 
Davis Robert M., trainer, Oakland Trotting Park. 
Davis S. S., porter (S. F.), dwl W s Adeline nr Twenty-Eighth. 
Davis W., farmer, dwl Seventeenth bet Kirkham and Cypress, W.O. 
Davis W., machinist, dwl N s Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow, 

W. O. 
Davis William, tinsmith, dwl 1001 Franklin. 
Davis William H, real estate, dwl 325 Second. 



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152 OAKLAND T) ] DIRECTORY. 

Davis William H., tinsmith, dwl N s Railroad Av bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Davison Artemus (Davison Brothers), dwl E s Goss bet Cedar and 

Bay, W. O. 
Davison A. W., driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, res Alameda. 
DAVISON BROS. (D. & A. Davison), carriagesmiths and horse 

shoers, E s Wood bet Goss and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Davison Charles E., dwl NE cor Ninth Av. and East Twenty-fifth, 

E. O. 
Davison D. C, upholsterer, dwl 664 Tenth. 
Davison Douglass /Z)«m'sow Brothers), dwl S s West Fifth bet Lewis 

and Henry, W. O. 
Davison Joseph, carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Davison Lincoln, helper Davison Brothers, dwl cor Lewis and West 

Fifth, W. O. 
Davison M. C, compositor Oakland News, dwl N s Twelfth bet 

Broadway and FrankHn. 
Davison Samuel, carpenter, dwl West Thirteenth nr Peralta, W. O. 
Dawson E. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 463 Sixth, dwl Alice bet Fifth and 

Sixth. 
Dawson Henry S., dealer live stock, dwl N s East Seventeenth bet 

Fifth and Sixth avs, E. O. 
Dawson Robert, dwl N s East Seventeenth bet Fifth and Sixth avs, E. 0. 
Day Clinton, architect, office 456 Eighth, dwl Knox House, Tele- 
graph Av. nr Sycamore. 
Day James G. (colored), porter, dwl 808 Castro. 
Day John, porter C. P. R. R., dwl Castro bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Day John E., yardmaster C. P. R. R., dwl N s Cedar bet Goss and 

Short, W. O. 
Day L. Mrs., furnished rooms, 503 Eleventh. 
Day Lot Jr., dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Day Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 
Day Samuel, dwl Thirty-fourth nr San Pablo Av. 
Day Samuel M., saddler, dwl W s Division bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
De Freitas Anna V, dressmaker, dwl N s Walton bet Telegraph 

Av. and Grove. 
De Freitas Vincent J., waiter, dwl N s Walton bet Telegraph Av. and 

Grove. 
De Fremery James (James De Fr emery <£• Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl 

SW cor West Eighteenth and Adeline. 
De Fremery William C. B. (James De Fremery & Co., S. F.), dwl 

W s Franklin bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth. 
De Golia Darwin, bridge tender C. P. R. R. Co., dwl SW cor Alice 

and Front. 
De Granges J. C, draftsman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
De Gregori Louis, clerk Pelig Eddy, dwl N s Atlantic bet Wood 

and Pine. 
De Laguna Alexander Leo, proprietor Kelsey House, W s Telegraph 

Av. nr Sycamore. 



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DE LA MONTANYA MATTHEW, stoves and tinware, and chief 
engineer 0. F. D., office 1011 Broadway, dwl 656 Sixth. 

De La Montanya M. Jr., bookkeeper Matthew De La Montanya, 
dwl 656 Sixth. 

De Pays Victor, engineer, dwl 603 Franklin. 

De Pue Edgar J., druggist Henry Bowman, dwl NE cor Eleventh 
Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

De Pue Frank H., gasfitter and plumber, dwl NE cor Eleventh Av. 
and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

De Pue James, mining, dwl NE cor Eleventh Av. and East Six- 
teenth, E. O. 

De Tavel T. C. H., physician, office and dwl 460 Third. 

De Witt James M., clerk Mack Webber, dwl NW cor Broadway and 
Eleventh. 

De Wolfe L., carpenter, dwl W s Peralta bet Lincoln and Seward, 
W. O. 

Deacons Edward, dwl W s Adeline bet Eighteenth and Twentieth. 

Dean C. A., clerk, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert. 

Dean Charles, upholsterer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Dean Edmund A., patternmaker, dwl 669 Third. 

Dean Edward, druggist, dwl N s Ninth bet Center and Chester, 
W. O. 

Dean Elisha B., lumber (S. F.), dwl Thirteenth bet Broadway and 
Washington. 

Dean Elisha H., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s William bet Willow 
and Wood. 

Dean F. E., laborer, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Dean George, real estate, dwl 777 Fourteenth cor West. 

Dean George R., laborer, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

Dean John T. (Murphy Grant & Co., S. F.), dwl 1167 Jackson. 

Dean John, laborer, dwl S s East Twentieth E of Thirteenth Av., 
E. O. 

Dean Wm. H. Rev., pastor First Presbyterian Church, E. O., dwl 
769 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Deane Coll, stock broker (S. F.), dwl E s Webster bet Twenty-sec- 
ond and Twenty-third. 

Dearborn John, farm hand, dwl D, nr San Pablo Av. 

Debange Paul, cook Pagge & Malacame, dwl SE cor Broadway and 
Seventh. 

Dechdel Nelson A., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl NW cor Wood and 
William. 

Decker George A., carpenter, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Oakland Trot- 
ting Park. 

Deemer Ephraim, gardener N. P. Perine, N s Adams Av. bet town 
line and Fruit Vale. 

Deering Henry, tailor, 1018 Bi'oadway. 

Deering Isaac, carpenter, dwl 665 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Defney Michael, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Degenhardt William, carpenter, dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and Wood, 
W. O. 



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154 OAKLAND Y)] DIRECTORY. 

Degman Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Degolia Darwin, special policeman, dwl Alice Street Bridge. 

Delany James, laborer, dwl 418 Third. 

Delaney Joseph, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Delar C, dwl E s Kirkham bet Eighth and Ninth, W. O. 

Delasky F., clerk, dwl 410 Tenth. 

Delakanty H., fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm tug Rival, W. O. 

Delger Frederick, capitalist, dwl N s Frederick bet Telegraph and 
San Pablo avs. 

DELGER'S BLOCK, W s Broadway bet Ninth and Tenth. 

Delmore William, laborer, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Delpolcher G. B., gardener, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth. 

Deluchi Antonio, laborer Pagge & Malacame, dwl SE cor Broadway 
and Seventh. 

Delveruge L. H., carpenter, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Demarais Charles, waiter Newland's Hotel. 

Demars C, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Demdry Charles, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-first bet Telegraph Av. 
and Broadway. 

Deming Jay, bookkeeper Whitney & Co.'s Express, dwl 512 Ninth. 

Demming J. D., steward P. M. S. S. Co., dwl 476 Twelfth. 

Dempsey John, carpenter, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Dempsey Matthew, clerk, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, 

w. o. 

Dempsey Patrick, carpenter, dwl W s Chester bet Railroad Av. and 

West Fifth. 
Denehay Daniel, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Denehay David, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Denison Charles H., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl Ws Mai'ket bet 

Ninth and Tenth. 
Denison Eli S., news agent C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Eighth and 

Myrtle. 
Dennan John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and 

West. 
Denne Gustave, painter Sohst Bros., dwl NE cor Fifth and Alice. 
Dennen Augustus M. (Dennen & Newhouse), dwl S s West Fifth bet 

Lewis and Henry, W. O. 
DENNEN & NEWHOUSE (Augustus M. Dennen and Casey New- 
house), spring-bedmakers, 615 Broadway. 
Denney J. B., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Denning J. E., clerk, dwl cor Linden and Thirtieth. 
Denning John, molder, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Dennis E. H. Mrs., dwl 511 Tenth. 
Dennison H, salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Denny Arthur, laborer, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Denslow Harmon, student, dwl SW cor East Ninth and Fifth Av.,E. O. 



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Derby Edward M., lumber merchant (S. F.), dwl S s Adams Av. bet 

town line and Fruit Vale. 
Derby Henry J., dwl 865 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Derby John S., proprietor Oak Grove Tannery, dwl 861 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Derdy Leopold, harnessmaker D. Berrey, dwl 415 Seventh. 
Dermody Patrick, porter Grand Central Hotel. 
Deremus J. L., carpenter C. P. R. P., W. 0. 
Derome Albert, blacksmith Davison Brothers, dwl "West Oakland 

House, W. O. 
Des Louri Louis, gardener Joseph P. Cantin, W s Adeline bet Eighth 

and Tenth, W. 0. 
Detels Henry, licpior saloon (S. F.), dwl N s Chester bet "West Ninth 

and West Twelfth, "W. O. 
Deveney William, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Devers Martin, painter, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, 

W. O. 
Devine James, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Devine Michael, junk dealer, dwl 558 Third. 
Devoir John, brakeman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
DEWES BENJAMIN" A., proprietor Daily Evening Tribune, office 

911 Broadway, dwl 658 Ninth. 
Dewes Lizzie A. (widow), dwl 658 Ninth. 
Dewes William B., printer, dwl 658 Ninth. 
Dewey Alfred T. (Dewey <£ Co., S. F.), publisher and patent agent, 

dwl E s Franklin bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth. 
Dewyer W. L., harnessmaker James Lentell, dwl Fifth bet Wash- 
ington and Broadway. 
Dexter Franklin (Dexter & Co., S. F.), dwl S s Merrimac Place bet 

Webster and Telegraph Av. 
Dexter G. W., stevedore, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Dexter Windmill Co., William Weighl president, office foot of Broad- 
way. 
Dey P.joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Diamond E. J. engineer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 

W. 0. 
Dias Cosme, bootblack stand, 828 Broadway. 
Dibblee M. B., ticket agent C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf, 

W. O. 
Dicer George, carpenter, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Oakland Trotting Park. 
Dickerson David E., carpenter, dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. 0. 
Dickerson William N., carpenter, dwl W s Henry bet Railroad Av. 

and West Fifth. 
Dickins Edmund F., U. S. Coast Survey, dwl W s Myrtle bet West 

Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 
Dickinson J., carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 
Dickie Frank, laborer, dwl 1003 Franklin. 
Dickson Robert, salesman (S. F.), dwl cor Market and Twenty-second. 



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DIEDRICHSOHN ALEXANDER, proprietor Hertlia Saloon, N s 
Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, W. O. 

Diefenbacher Louis, clerk George H. Naegle, dwl W s Filbert nr 
Thirtieth. 

Dietrick A. A. (James & D.), dwl Jefferson bet Fifth and Sixth. 

Dietz Alfred C, merchant (S. F.), dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Temes- 
cal Bridge. 

Dieves Joseph (Kramvi & D.), dwl 411 Ninth. 

Dieves Joseph P., melter U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl 965 Castro. 

Dilling A., dwl N s Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle. 

Dillon E. D., stableman Oakland Railroad Co. 

DILLON JOSEPH M., city assessor, office 1 City HaU, dwl 65 
Seventh cor Oak. 

Dillon Thomas, marblecutter Madden &, Sheedy, dwl cor Twenty- 
seventh and Grove. 

DILS JOSIAH, real estate, office 920 Broadway, dwl Newland's 
Hotel. 

Dimon Charles L., real estate, dwl W s Castro bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth. 

Dimond Matthew F., sashmaker Blethen &, Terry, dwl N s First bet 
Broadway and Franklin. 

Dimond Robert, mariner, dwl N s West Third bet Center and Ches- 
ter. 

Dinny James, watchman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Cedar bet Goss and 
Short, W. O. 

Dinsmore Amos, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res Alameda. 

Dinsmore Luther, carpenter, dwl W s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, 

w. o. 

DINSMORE WILLIAM G., druggist, 1059 Broadway, dwl 1160 

Alice. 
DIRECTORY OF OAKLAND, Henry G. Langley publisher, office 

959 Broadway. 
Dissosway Henry P., oyster dealer, dwl 807 Market. 
District Attorney, County of Alameda, Albert A. Moore, office County 

Court House. 
District Court, Third Judicial District, S. B. McKee judge, rooms 

County Court House. 
Dix William, milkman, dwl W s Campbell nr West Twelfth, W. 0. 
Dixon C, driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Dixon Edward, miner, dwl S s Eighteenth bet West and Market. 
Dixon George, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av- 
enue. 
Dixon George, farmer, dwl E s Market nr Twenty-second. 
Dixon George, stableman O., B. &F. V. R. R. Co., dwl E s Twelfth 

Av. bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Dixon James, stableman O., B. & F. V. R. R. Co., dwl NE cor 

Tenth Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Dixon John, blacksmith P. H. McGrew, dwl 1051 Thirteenth Av., 

E. O. 
Dixon John, capitalist (S. F.), dwl SW cor Tenth and Filbert. 



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Dixon John B., carpenter, dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East Sixteenth 
and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Dixon Lucas, real estate, dwl SW cor Tenth and Filbert. 

Dixon Samuel, stock broker (S. F.), dwl 470 Eighth. 

Dixon Samuel L., clerk (S. F.), dwl SW cor Tenth and Filbert. 

Dixon Thomas, clerk (S. F.), dwl SW cor Tenth and Filbert. 

Dixon William, stableman O., B. & F. V. B. B. Co., dwl NE cor 
Tenth Av. and East Sixteenth, E. 0. 

Doane Alfred, clerk, dwl W s Market bet Tenth and Eleventh. 

Doane P., carriagemaker, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 

Doble Abner, vice-president Oakland B. B. Co., office 921 Broadway, 
res San Francisco. 

Dobson Henry, carpenter, dwl W s Curtis nr Twenty-first. 

Docking Thomas, surgeon, dwl 856 Franklin. 

Dodge Charles F., clerk Custom House (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighth 
bet Kirkbam and Poplar, W. O. 

Dodge J. Wins, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 764 Jefferson. 

Dodge J. H., proprietor Cosmopobtan House, 859 Broadway. 

Dodge Mattie Mrs., dwl 473 Eleventh. 

Dodge Theopholis, miner, dwl S s West Eighth bet Kirkham and 
Poplar, W. O. 

Dodge William C, teacher Public School, dwl 867 Washington. 

Dods James, merchant and Member City Council, dwl 1006 Web- 
ster. 

Dodson Sophia Mrs., dwl 856 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Doe Luke (E. W. Woodward & Co.), dwl S s Twelfth bet Grove and 
Castro. 

Doerfler Joseph, shoemaker, dwl 753 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Doherty C, laborer C. P. B. B., W. O. 

Doherty Fanny Miss, domestic Gilbert Clemens, 859 Washington. 

Doherty George W., civil engineer, dwl 721 Fifth. 

Doherty John, surveyor, dwl 721 Fifth. 

Doherty M., laborer C. P. B. B., W. O. 

Doherty Phil, laborer C. P. B. B. W. O. 

Dohrmann John H, music teacher, dwl 359 Fourth. 

Dohrs Henry C, farmer, dwl E s West bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Dolan John, assistant engineer, dwl 403 Ninth. 

Dolan John, teamster W. Lamb, W s Adeline nr Thirth-fourth. 

Dolan John, tinsmith Matthew De La Montanya, dwl 323 Ninth. 

Dolan Patrick, laborer, dwl S s Twenty -first nr Telegraph Av. 

Dolan Philip, stableman A. W. May, dwl SE cor East Eleventh and 
Twelfth Av., E. O. 

Dolan Thomas, carpenter, dwl SE cor Chester and West Fifth, 
W. 0. 

Dolan Thomas, painter, dwl 160 Seventh. 

Dole , bricklayer, dwl 527 Eighth. 

Dole Ella Miss, music teacher, dwl 261 Ninth. 

Dole Francis, carpenter California Bridge & Building Co. 

Doling James, carpenter, dwl 800 Jefferson. 



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Doling James, milkman, chvl W s Broadway nr Moss Av. 

Dolph Charles W., brakeman C. P. E. E., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Donahoo William H., bricklayer, dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 

Donald John, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Donaldson Eobert, shipwright C. P. E. E., W. O. 

Donaldson Thomas, dwl 1164 Alice. 

Donant John, farmer, dwl Thirty-seventh nr San Pablo Av. 

Donecker William, carpenter C. P. E. E., dwl Star House, W. O. 

Donnellan Thomas, pressman Butler &, Stilwell, dwl Twenty-eighth 

nr Market. 
Donnelly Frank, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 
Donnelly John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Donnelly John, machinist (S. F.), dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. O. 
Donnelly Peter, deck hand C. P. E. E. Co.'s stm Alameda. 
Donnelly Peter, laborer Eenton Coal Co., dwl 409 Seventh. 
Donnolly Edward, teamster George J. Hood, dwl S s East Twelfth 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 
Donnolly Thomas, lather, dwl 366 Ninth. 
Donnolly Thomas C, manufacturer yeast powder (S. F.), dwl W s 

Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Donnovan Daniel, laborer, dwl W s Myrtle bet West First and 

West Third, W. O. 
Donohue Andrew, teamster, dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy Av. 
Donohue Daniel, dwl S s Twenty-sixth bet Grove and San Pablo Av. 
Donohue James, laborer, dwl NE cor Seventeenth and West. 
Donohue Michael, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 
Donohue Murty, laborer, dwl NE cor Seventeenth and West. 
Donohue Patrick, driver Chappellet & Miner, dwl 857 Franklin. 
Donohue Patrick, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Donohue Eichard, laborer C. P. E. E., W. O. 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Donovan James, architect, dwl E s Webster nr Sixteenth. 
Donovan J. D. Mrs., boarding and lodging, dwl E s Market nr 

Eighteenth. 
Donovan John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Donovan J. P., draughtsman California Bridge and Building Co., dwl 

E s Webster bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth. 
Donovan M., dwl E s Myrtle bet Twelfth and Fourteenth. 
Donovan Patrick, superintendent California Bridge and Building 

Co., dwl E s Webster bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth. 
Donovan Eobert, helper P. H. McGrew, dwl 1051 Thirteenth Av., 

E. O. 
Donta Manuel, laborer C. P. E. E., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Donzelmann John, salesman Kohler, Chase & Co., dwl 725 Eighth. 
Doody Miles, foreman painter C. P. E. E., W. O. 
Dooley M., brakeman C. P. E. E, E. 0. 
Dooley Margaret (widow), dwl N s East Eighteenth bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Dooling E. J., laborer, dwl S s Chase bet Short and Division, W. O. 



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Doonan F. A., dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Dooner M., butcher, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and "Wood, W. O. 

Dooney Samuel, clerk, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 

Dooniten Charles, carpenter, dwl E s Sixteenth Av. bet East Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, E. O. 

Dore John, butcher, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Dorgan John, carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Doring Samuel, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Dorland M., carpenter, dwl W s Chestnut nr Eighteenth. 

Dorn S. P. EL, butcher J. D. Vogt & Co., dwl Newland's Hotel. 

Dornin James D., machinist, dwl SE cor Wood and Chase, W. O. 

Dornin Oscar G., paying teller Union National Bank, res Berkeley. 

Dorsch Charles, tailor, 664 Harrison. 

Dorsey Frederick, laundryman C. Partenscky, dwl N s Twelfth bet 
Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Dorsey J., brakeman C. P. R. P., Oakland Ferry "Wharf. 

Dotty Samuel, agent, dwl E s "Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 

Doud Barney, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Dougherty Hugh, mason, dwl N s Twelfth bet Kirkham and Center, 

w. o. 

Dougherty John, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Dougherty Michael F., ship carpenter, dwl 914 Harrison. 
Dougherty Thomas, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Douglas Wallace, milkman, dwl cor Peralta and Twenty-sixth. 
Douglass Duncan, molder, dwl SE cor Atlantic and Willow. 
Douty F. S., clerk C. P. P. P., dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and 

West Twelfth, W. O. 
Dove Jane A. (widow), laundress, dwl 903 Webster. 
Dove J. D. Miss, ladies' hairdresser, 903 Webster. 
Dow G. W., carpenter, dwl San Pablo A v. junction Adeline. 
Dowd Collins, clerk, dwl W s Madison nr Lake Av. 
Dowd James, trackman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Dowley Fred, carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Dowley Jarecl, laborer, dwl Twenty -second nr Curtis. 
Dowling F., carpenter, dwl 471 Ninth. 

Dowling Richard H., carpenter, dwl E s Telegraph A v. nr Thirty-ninth. 
Downer Hart A., printer S. F. Bulletin, dwl 1093 West Third, W. O. 
Dowling Patrick, laborer C. P. P. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Downey Ann (widow), dwl 665 Fifth. 
Downey Edward, painter, dwl W s Kh-kham bet Eighth and Ninth, 

W. 0. 
Downey Frank, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 415 Seventh. 
Downey John H, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl W s Broadway 

bet First and Water. 
Downey Michael, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

W. O. 
Downey Thomas H, lather, dwl Eland House. 
Downing E., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 
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Downing & Johnson (Theodore Downing and S. W. Johnson), pro- 
prietors Oakland and Mount Diablo Stage Line, office 414 Sixth. 

Downs D., tinner, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 

Doyle J. D., farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Doyle Lawrence, laborer, dwl E s Grove bet Caledonia and Syca- 
more. 

Drain Michael, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 

Drake George W., wood and coal dealer, dwl W s Seward bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Draper Charles F., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 957 Wash- 
ington. 

Draper Simeon F., compositor A. L. Bancorft & Co. (S. F.), dwl W s 
Sixteenth Av. bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Dresser James, sawyer, dwl Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 

Dressier Gustave, boot and shoemaker, 693 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Drew George, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Drew J. F., carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

Drewlard A. J., builder, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 

Drinkwater Andrew, clerk Bowen Brothers, dwl Clay bet Ninth and 
Tenth. 

Drinkwater L. PL, master mariner, dwl NE cor Fifteenth and Jef- 
ferson. 

Driscall A. Miss, secretary Pacific Seventh Day Adventist Publish- 
ing Association, dwl cor Eleventh and Castro. 

Driscoll Alexander, laborer, Eland House. 

Driscoll D., laborer C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Driscoll Jeremiah, grainer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Driscoll Laurence, painter, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Driver Richard, teamster, dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy Av. 

Drosbach Andrew, engineer Shakespear & Walter, dwl 359 Eleventh. 

Drucker Herman, liquor saloon, 687 and 689 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Druckhaus Edward, carpenter, dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth 
and West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Drugan James, laborer, dwl 314 Third, rear. 

Drum John S., merchant, dwl W s Market bet Eighth and Ninth. 

Dry Joseph, ship carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 
Pine, W. 0. 

Dryden William S., groceries, NE cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 

Dryer John H, bootmaker F. Senrani & Co., dwl cor Harrison and 
Seventh. 

Drynen John, miner, dwl 227 Tenth. 

Dubois W. D., laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Duchesne Jean F., laborer Chappellet & Miner, dwl 615 Franklin. 

Ducker James W., porter J. J. Hanifin, dwl 469 Ninth. 

Duckett Edward, salesman (S. F.), dwl W s Henry bet Railroad Av. 
and West Fifth. 

Duddy Martin, express wagon, W s Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, 
dwl 911 Alice. 

Duddy Miles, painter, dwl 565 Sixth. 



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Dudgeon James, molder, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Dudley Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 

Dudley E. C, conductor C. P. R. R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Dudley John, painter, dwl cor Chestnut and Twenty-first. 

Dudley John, tinsmith, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, 
W. O. 

Duff Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Dufly Edward, foreman Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl 808 Jef- 
ferson bet Fifth and Sixth. 

Duffy Frank, gardener, dwl E s Webster bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third. 

Duffy P., laborer, dwl Thirtieth nr Magnolia. 

Dufly Patrick (Duffy <£• O'Neil), and liquor saloon, W s San Pablo 
Av. three miles from City Hall. 

DUFFY & O'NEIL (Patrick Duffy and Thomas O'Neil), wood and 
coal yard, SE cor Ninth and Franklin. 

Dugan Edward, sawyer, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 

Dugan George, lather, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Dugan Mary Miss, housekeeper Rev. Michael King, 680 Seventh. 

Dugan Thomas, laborer, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Third and West 
Fifth, W. O. 

Dugery Charles, laborer, dwl S s Bay Place nr Broadway. 

Duggan John, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Duggan William, miner, dwl West Twelfth nr Willow, W. O. 

Dugot Thomas H., dwl W s Kirkham bet West Twelfth and West 
Thirteenth, W. O. 

Duhrkoop Charles B. (Duhrkoop & Goodman), dwl 956 Broadway. 

Duhrkoop J. (Duhrkoop & Goodman), dwl 956 Broadway. 

Duhrkoop & Goodman (J. and Charles B. Duhrkoop and G. Good- 
man), manufacturers artificial stone, office 956 Broadway. 

Dulion Alfred, butcher E. Dulion, dwl 417 Ninth. 

DULION EMILE, butcher, 429 Ninth, dwl 417 Ninth. 

Dunbar D. K, physician, office and dwl 462 Twelfth. 

Dunbar William, painter C. P. R. R, W. 0. 

Duncan Edward, mason, dwl Thirty-fourth nr San Pablo Av. 

Duncan G., clerk, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 

Duncan G. J., brakeman C. P. R. R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Duncan John, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Duncan R. B., engineer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Dunham Frederick, sign painter, 1104 Broadway, dwl 858 Jefferson. 

Dunham George, hackman McCleverty & Noblett, dwl NW cor Sixth 
and Clay. 

Dunham G. Woodruff, wood dealer, dwl 612 East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Dunham Murry (Dunham & Lathrop), dwl 525 Tenth. 

Dunham Orrin S., painter, dwl 858 Jefferson. 

DUNHAM & LATHROP (Murry Dunham and Frank H. La- 
throp), photographic gallery, 1157 Broadway. 

Dunking W. C, superintendent University, dwl Eureka Hotel. 



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Dunlap Henry, teamster, dwl W s Curtis nr Lydia. 

Dunlap J., clerk (S. F), dwl N s West Tenth bet Adeline and 
Chestnut, W. O. 

Dunlap P., dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, W. O. 

Dunmire Samuel S., carriage builder, dwl W s Franklin bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth. 

Dunn J., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 

Dunn John, engineer Clinton Flour Mills, dwl N s East Sixteenth 
bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 

Dunn J. S., painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl Eleventh bet Frank- 
lin and Webster. 

Dunn Patrick, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl 953 West Third, W. 0. 

Dunn Samuel W., subscription agent, dwl W s Grove bet Nineteenth 
and Twentieth. 

Dunnigan Edward, butcher T. Mclnemey, dwl San Pablo Av. nr 
Forty-second. 

Dunning E. B., roller U. S. Mint (S. F), dwl 642 Fourteenth. 

Dunphy Thomas, lather, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Dunster Isaac, dwl 700 Franklin. 

Dunster Mary (widow), boarding and lodging, 700 Franklin. 

Dunten George, brakeman C. P. P. P., Oakland Ferry Whai'f. 

Dunvaney P., brakeman C. P. P. P., dwl Cypress nr Sixteenth, W. O. 

Durant Mary E. B. (widow), dwl W s Franklin cor Sixteenth. 

Durell A. Mrs., dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Durell Benjamin, dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Durham James, porter C. P. P. P., res Sacramento. 

Durkin Anthony, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Durmick M. E., salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirk- 
ham and Poplar. 

Durst Joachim, farmer, dwl W s Adeline bet West Twelfth and 
West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Dusinbury John B., insurance agent, office 909 Broadway, dwl E s 
Adeline bet West Fourteenth and West Sixteenth, W. O. 

Dusinbury Myron T., notary public and teller Oakland Bank of Sav- 
ings, office 915 Broadway, dwl E s Adeline bet West Four- 
teenth and West Sixteenth, W. O. 

Dusinbury Theodore, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Dutcher R, B., laborer, dwl 420 First. 

Dutil Lorenzo, dwl 1057 Alice. 

Dutton Henry, blacksmith King & Williams, dwl 369 Eleventh. 

Dutton Jane Miss, dwl E s Market bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Duty Warren L., deputy assessor (S. F.), dwl 756 Sixth. 

Duvan C, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad" Exchange, W. O. 

Dwyer Cornelius, laborer, dwl 408 Fifth, rear. 

Dyer Columbus, ship carpenter, dwl 512 Eighth. 

Dyer Joseph P., mining, dwl W s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake 
Merritt. 

Dyer Kate J. Mrs., cashier Bowen Brothers, dwl W s Telegraph 
Av. nr Seventeenth. 

Dyer C. S., capitalist, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 



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Dyer George F., U. S. mail carrier, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and 
Market. 

Dyer Matthew, bricklayer, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 

Dyer S. J., mason, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 

Dyer William H., janitor Public Schools, E. O., dwl NE cor Twen- 
ty-third Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Dyke Charles, carpenter, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth avs, E. O. 

Dyke Frederick, butcher, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth avs, E. O. 

Dyke William, laborer, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth avs, E. 0. 

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Eaden Thomas, tanner, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Twentieth and 

Twenty-first avs, E. O. 
Eadon William H., druggist (S. F.), dwl N s Walton bet Grove and 

West. 
Eagen Michael, laborer, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Adeline. 
Eager Thomas, mining (Virginia City, Nev.), dwl NW cor Thirteenth 

Av. and East Fourteenth, E. 0. 
EAGLE HOUSE, Joseph Smith proprietor, 612 and 614 Broadway. 
Eames Henry H, general superintendent Brooklyn Metallurgical 

Works, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Earhart John W., dairy, Watson Tract nr Indian Gulch, E. O. 
Earhart Philip L., dairy, Watson Tract nr Indian Gulch, E. O. 
Earl Adele T. Mrs., dwl N s Seventeenth bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs. 
Earl Josiah, manager Emigrant Bureau (S. F.), dwl W s Seventeenth 

nr Telegraph Av. 
Earl Thomas J., hairdresser (S. F.), dwl 817 Market. 
Earle John H, liquor dealer, dwl NW cor East Tenth and Ninth 

Av., E. O. 
Early S. G., agent Davis Sewing Machine, office SW cor Twelfth 

and Broadway, dwl cor Seventh Av. and East Tenth, E. O. 
Earwart George (Christian Bauder & Co.), dwl 838 Broadway. 
Eastabrook Mary J. Miss, teacher, dwl 1091 West Third. 
Eastern Hotel, William Mariance proprietor, 714 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Eastland Joseph G., secretary Oakland Gas Light Co., office 467 Sec- 
ond, res San Francisco. 
Eastland Rebeca (widow), dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Center and 

Chester, W. O. 
Eastland Samuel B., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Center and Chester, 

W. O. 
Eastland Van Leer, superintendent Oakland Gas Light Co., office 

NE cor First and Washington, dwl SW cor Grove and Sixth. 
Eastman Francis G., foreman Oakland Paving Co., dwl SW cor New 

Broadway and Twenty-fifth. 
Eastman George, horse dealer, dwl NW cor Eleventh and Webster. 



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164 OAKLAND J7 ] DIRECTORY. 

Eastman Henry P., engineer C. P. P. P., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Cedar and Pine, W. O. 
Eastman Moses H., superintendent Oakland Paving Co., office SE 

cor Rroadway and Ninth, dwl E s Valley bet Twenty -third and 

Twenty-fourth. 
Easton Frederick, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl Harrison nr Fourteenth. 
Easton James, manufacturer, dwl E s Harrison bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth. 
Eaton Charles H., lumber surveyor, dwl S s Lincoln bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Eavans E. J., dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West Tenth, 

w. o. 

Eberhart Adolph, dwl 720 Tenth. 

Eccles William, plumber J. J. O'Shea, dwl cor Twentieth and Brush. 

Eckles Clement, carpenter, dwl 814 Clay. 

Eddings William C, barkeeper John Rowe, dwl Grand Western 
Hotel, W. 0. 

Eddy Pelig, fruits and confectioneiy, S s Railroad Av. bet Wood 
and Pine, dwl N s Atlantic bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 

Eddy R., surveyor, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. 0. 

Edgar James, mining, dwl 776 Thirteenth. 

Edgecombe P., dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkkam, W. O. 

Edgerley Charles E., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Fourteenth nr Market. 

Edgerly David, carpenter, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Edland John, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl 1056 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Edmonds Walter J., barber, dwl 833 Franklin. 

Edmunds Harry, carpenter, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Edmunds John, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Cur- 
tis. 

Edward Philip, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Edwards , dwl N s East Twenty-fourth bet Twenty-first and 

Twenty-second avs, E. O. 

Edwards A. W. M., contractor and builder, dwl N s West Fifth bet 
Center and Chester, W. O. 

Edwards George, carpenter, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-eighth. 

EDWARDS GEORGE W., notary public and clerk Union National 
Gold Bank, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 

Edwards H. J., cook Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 

Edwai-ds James, physician, dwl NE cor West Seventh and Adeline. 

Edwards John, carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 

Edwards L., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Edwards R. W., jeweler (S. F.), dwl NW cor West Twelfth and 
Linden, W. O. 

Edwards Sarah (widow), dwl 753 Webster. 

Edwards William, carpenter, dwl 522 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Edwards William E., bellowsmaker (S. F.), dwl S s Linden bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 



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Eells Charles P., attorney at law, dwl SW cor Twenty-first and Tele- 
graph Av. 
Eells James Rev., pastor First Presbyterian Church, dwl SW cor 

Twenty -first and Telegraph Av. 
Egan John, coachman, dwl 953 West Third. 
Egbert R. S., merchant, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Twelfth and 

West Fourteenth, W. O. 
Eggers Oscar, marble worker John Crowley, dwl W s Broadway bet 

First and Second. 
Ehrenbach N". P., brewer, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, 

W. O. 
Ehret Emile, cooper, dwl E s Sixteenth Av. bet East Fourteenth 

and East Fifteenth, E. 0. 
Ehrhardt Charles, barkeeper Adolph C. Muller, dwl 459 Seventh. 
Eichinger Charles, upholsterer Schreiber & Meyer, dwl St. Charles 

Hotel. 
Eien C, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Eisenmann R. G., engineer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Eitel Charles H., salesman (S. F.), dwl E s Henry bet West Fifth 

and Railroad Av. 
Eits Louis, baker Thomson Bros., dwl 910 Broadway. 
Ekblous Charles, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Ekman William, restaurant, NE cor Seventh and Washington, dwl 

Newland's Hotel. 
Eland Robert, proprietor Eland House, SW cor Seventh and Frank- 
lin. 
Eland William, oysterman N. Williams, dwl W s Broadway nr First. 
Elder Alexander, merchant (S. F.), dwl N s Merrimac bet Webster 

and Telegraph Av. 
Elford Alfred, foreman blindmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 610 Fifth. 
Elford R., carpenter Burnham, Standeford &, Co. 
Elford William, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Eli Ann (widow), dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Eliason Horace, clerk Post-office, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

San Pablo Av. 
Ella Rueben, butcher Henry Liese, dwl 769 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Elliot Austin E., carpenter, dwl 1051 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
Elliot Samuel, porter (S. F.), dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, 

W. O. 
Elliot Samuel S., machinist, dwl N s Railroad Av., bet Kirkham 

and Poplar, W. O. 
Elliott A., whitener, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 
Elliott Alfred Thomas, ship and grain broker, dwl 763 Eighth. 
Elliott C. N. (widow), dwl S s Twenty-first bet Brush and West. 
Elliott C. S. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School. 
Elliott James, teamster Taylor & Co., dwl 616 Second. 
Elliott R. C, paper hanger, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Elliott Robert, carpenter, dwl 657 Grove. 
Elliott Robert, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 



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Ellis A. A., fireman C. R. R. R., W. O. 

Ellis Alexander L., machinist, dwl E s Peralta bet West Third and 

West Fifth, W. O. 
Ellis Antone, watchman C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Fifth bet Henry 

and Chester, W. O. 
Ellis Caroline (widow), dwl 711 Castro. 
Ellis Carrie M. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, dwl 1112 

East Twelfth, E. O. 
Ellis Charles H., carpenter, dwl 711 Castro. 

Ellis Grace Miss, dressmaker Mrs. A. S. Baker, dwl 956 Franklin. 
Ellis James, produce merchant (S. F.), dwl 526 Ninth. 
Ellis John, carpenter, dwl 768 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Ellis John, driver, dwl West Eighth nr Center, W. O. 
Ellis John, painter, dwl E s Eleventh Av. bet East Sixteenth and 

East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Ellis R. W., physician, dwl 1063 Brush. 
Ellis S., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Ellis Samuel, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr West. 
Ellis W. E., trainer, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 
Ellis W. H., telegraph operator, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Ellmore Samuel, clerk, dwl cor Franklin and Durant. 
Ellsworth Lovilla (widow), dressmaker, dwl 414 Twelfth. 
Ellsworth Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Elmsley Minerva Mrs., dwl cor Washington and Thirteenth. 

Elsey Charles, dwl S s Twenty-first nr San Pablo Av. 

Elsey Charles, fireman, dwl E s Center bet West Ninth and West 
Tenth, W. 0.. 

Elsey Henry, barkeeper James W. Ballard, dwl N s West Eighth 
bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Elwood W. B., groceries and liquors, NE cor Twelfth and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

Ely George, engineer (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West Fifth and 
Railroad Av., W. O. 

Elzy E. J., miner, dwl 1108 Market. 

Eme Claud, farmer, dwl SW cor Eighth and Kirkham, W. O. 

Erne Ernest, jeweler (S. F.), dwl SW cor West Eighth and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Emerson Louise Miss, teacher, dwl Adeline bet Forty-second and 
Forty-third. 

Emerson Ralph, storekeeper (S. F.), dwl 1055 Grove. 

Emery Joseph S., president Oakland Railroad Co., office 921 Broad- 
way, dwl cor San Pablo and Park avs. 

Emery Justin, painter, dwl W s Center bet West Ninth and West 
Tenth, W. O. 

Emerson William H, laborer, dwl 715 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Emond Peter, painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl Eland House. 

Emm A. G., dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Emmons S. J., machinist, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 



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Emslie Charles, machinist, dwl 802 Brush. 

Engelberg Peter, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Engebretson Finkel, foundiyman, dwl S s West Fifth bet Filbert 
and Myrtle, W. O. 

ENGINEER CITY OF OAKLAND, Thomas J.Arnold, office 10 
City Hall". 

English John, bricklayer, dwl W s Campbell bet Lincoln and Twelfth, 
W. 0. 

English John T., carpenter, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

English Julia, mill hand, dwl Union nr Twenty-fourth. 

English P., carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-eighth bet Linden and Fil- 
bert. 

English Warren B., dwl E s Harrison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Ennis Abraham, foreman laborer Custom House (S. F.), dwl West 
Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 

Ennis George H, fireman C. P. P. P. Co.'s stm tug Rival, W. O. 

Ennis John, dwl 804 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Ennis Thomas, fireman Brooklyn Fire Engine Co., dwl 804 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Ennis William, driver Relief H. & L. Co. No. 1, O. F. D., dwl N s 
Sixth bet Broadway and Washington. 

Enos Antone, watchman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Enos Frank, laborer, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Adeline. 

Enos Frank, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 

Ensign Charles H, engineer Venus Flouring Mill, dwl NE cor 
Franklin and Third. 

Ensy Robert, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl Grand Western Hotel, W. O. 

Ensy Samuel, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl Grand Western Hotel, 
W. O. 

Erban Venzen, upholsterer, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Erdman Louis, deck hand C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Ericcson M., ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Erland Simon, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay 
and Cedar, W. O. 

Ernest Tait, physician, dwl SW cor Tenth and Clay. 

Eshworth John, carpenter, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Esperanda Jose, barkeeper, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Estabrook Alvin B., carpenter, dwl 1091 West Third, W. O. 

Estabrook Clarence R., telegraph operator, dwl 1091 West Third, 
W. 0. 

Esterly Joseph, painter, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Esterly Robert G., dwl 810 West Third, W. O. 

Esterly R. G., turner Pacific Planing Mills, dwl S s Division bet 

Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Estrade John, gardener, dwl 967 Alice. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO,, desirable business property for sale. 



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EUREKA HOTEL. 



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S, W. Corner of Seventh and Washington Streets, 



Opposite the Central Pacific Railroad Depot, from which trains run 
daily, connecting with lines of travel for all parts of the world. 



The Hotel is surrounded by a large, choice garden and play-ground, 
designed especially for the accommodation of families. 

OAKLAND 1ILL1A1D PAELQB^ 

SHATTUCK'S HALL, 

863 Broadway, between Seventh and Eighth Streets, Oakland. 

J. FENNESSY, Proprietor. 



Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 

. J. GAUDIN, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Native and Foreign Wines and Liquors. 
Constantly on Hanfl, all KMs of Syrups awl Cordials. 

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G000S DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY AND VICINITY FREE OF CHARGE. 



840 Broadway, bet. 6th and 7th Streets, ■ OAKLAND. 



Fresh milk cream and butter milk, wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S— Oatmeal and corn meal, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



Fagah Robert, sliip carpenter C. P. R. E., dwl S s William bet 

Cedar and Pine. TV. O. 
Fagan Thomas, laborer, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth, and "West 
• Twelfth, W. O. 

Eaigh , Mrs., ladies* nurse, dwl 963 Webster. 

Fairbanks Charles E., stock broker, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Fairbanks E. A., laborer, dwl X s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 
Fairbanks Elizabeth (widow), dwl SE cor Grove and Ninth. 
Fairchild Edward, carpenter, dwl E s Center bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth. 
Fairchild James C, surveyor, dwl 1063 Clay. 
Fairchild Maria R. (widow), dwl SW cor Telegraph Av. and Clay. 



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EUREKA HOTEL. Henry H. Meyer, proprietor, SW cor Seventh 
and Washington. 

Eustace James, painter C. P. R. R., dwl X s William bet Pine and 
Cedar, W. 0. 

Evan Thomas, laborer Burnham. Standeford £ Co. 

Evans E. R. Mrs., dwl 715 Third 

Evans Henry, poultry dealer, dwl Adams Point. 

Evans M., plasterer, dwl Sixteenth nr Kirkhani. ^ 

Evans Pierce, dwl 715 Third. c4 

Evans Thomas W.. mill hand, dwl <oc>o Washington. ^ 

Evans West, dealer railroad ties \S. F.), dwl X s Sycamore bet Tele- | en 
graph Av. and Grove. 

Evans C. W. (widow), dwl E s Eleventh Av. bet East Eleventh and 
East Twelfth, E. O. 

Evart Charles, shipwright C. P. R. R.. W. O. t 5 

EVENING TRIBUNE (daily), Benjamin A. Dewes, proprietor, " 
office 911 Broadway. &» 

Everett Abijah P.. merchant S, F. . dwl 1117 Xinth Av., E. O. S- 

Everett Daniel H., bookkeeper | S. F.), dwl 1117 Xinth Av.. E. 0. o 

Everett Lt-wis M., butcher Alexander W. May, dwl 1117 Xinth p? 
Av.. E. O. B 

Evers Henry, secretary Alameda Macadamizing Co., office 954 Broad- 
way. 

Evers Joseph, expressman, dwl 752 Franklin. 

Everson Wallace, general a*;ent Xew England Mutual Life Insu- 
rance Co. (S. F.>. dwl 763 Webster. 

Ewens Edward, laborer C. P. R. R.. dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Ewing Henry. laborer C. P. R. R.. W. 0. 

Ewing J. C, book agent, dwl 503 Eleventh. £* 

Ewing X.. clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirkhani and Poplar, 
W. O. 

Eyfolt A. W.. carpenter, dwl 83S Broadway. 

Ezekiels Jeanette (widow), dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Plymouth. 

Ezekiels Mark, auctioneer, 301 Twelfth, dwl S s Brown bet Grove 
and West. 



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170 OAKLAND F] DIRECTORY. 

FAIRCHILD OSCAR L. O, president Oakland News Co., office 
460 Ninth, dwl 770 Thirteenth. 

Fallen Edward, painter, dwl 811 Filbert. 

Fallmer R. F. & Co., cabinetmakers and upholsterers, NE cor Broad- 
way and Second. 

Fallon John, house painter J. C. How. 

Fallon Joseph, bookkeeper, dwl S s Oak bet Fifth and Sixth. 

Fallon Luther, laborer, dwl Thirtieth nr Magnolia. 

Fallon Malachi, dwl 65 Seventh. 

Falvey John, stair builder, 905 "Webster, dwl NE cor Clay and 
Eighth. 

Fancher Jennie Miss, artist, dwl 456 Eighth. 

Fanck Charles, liquor dealer (S. F.), dwl 814 West Third, W. 0. 

Fannon John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Lewis bet West Third 
and West Fifth, W. O. 

Farley D., painter, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Farley Eben O, deputy County Clerk, dwl 323 Fifth. 

Farley Michael, engineer, dwl 368 First. 

Farley Phillip, cook, dwl E s Lusk nr Evoy Av. 

Farley Robert, stonecutter, dwl SW cor Grove and Sycamore. 

Farley William, engineer, dwl S s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Farm George, laborer C. Bannister, foot Broadway. 

Farman John, dwl cor San Pablo and Park avs. 

Farmer H. W., tailor M. J. Healy. 

Farmer P., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Farmer William, driver Palmer & Co., dwl 963 Franklin. 

Farnam Edward, broker, dwl E s Telegraph Av. cor Durant. 

Farno Augusta C, physician, dwl NW cor Fifteenth and Brush. 

Famum E. E., carpenter, dwl 417 Seventh. 

Farnum Walter, dwl 514 Sixth. 

Farrell E. T., foreman San Leandro Water Works, dwl 1053 Webster. 

Farrell James, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Wood bet Seward 
and Lincoln, W. O. 

Farrell John, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, dwl Wil- 
low bet West Eighth and Chase, W. O. 

Farrell Mike, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Farrell T., carpenter, dwl Twenty-sixth nr Market. 

Farrelly Robert S., county treasurer, office County Court House, res 
San Leandro. 

Farren Charles, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Farren William D., dwl 612 Ninth. 

Farrington Elvin D., painter, dwl 1207 Franklin. 

Farwell Frederick M. (Farwell & Garrigan), dwl 371 Eighth. 

Farwell George, driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, dwl cor Eleventh 
and Webster. * 

Farwell George E. (Farwell & Hirshberg), dwl W s Webster bet 
Tenth and Eleventh. 



Tor Ice Cream Freezers go to J. S. G. GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S.— Wheat and cracked corn, 416 Ninth nr Broadway.— 0. F. S. 



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Farwell M. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 1017 Webster. 

Farwell William, carpenter, dwl 1017 Webster. 

FARWELL & GARRIGAN (Frederick M. Farwell and John H. 
Garrigan), house and sign painters, dealers paints, oils, glass, 
etc., 864 Broadway. 

FARWELL & HIRSHBERG (George E. Farwell and David S. 
Hirshberg), gents' furnishing goods, 1103 Broadway. 

Faschian Herman, cook Hangsted & Petersen, dwl Second bet Har- 
rison and Webster. 

Fassett H. H., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl N¥ cor Wood and 
Seward, W. O. 

Fassett N. C, merchant, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Faulkner Catherine S. (widow), dwl W s Grove bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth. 

Faulkner Charles P., druggist, dwl 913 Fifth Av., E. O. 

Faulkner William, dwl §13 Fifth Av., E. O. 

Fauntleroy William H., civil engineer, office Market above Thir- 
teenth, dwlE s Franklin bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth. 

Fazcakleary Joseph, foreman, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market and 
Curtis. 

Fearey Andrew W., marble cutter, dwl N s Spring nr Adeline. 

Fearey Joseph, dwl E s Grove nr Caledonia Av. 

Fearey Mary (widow), dwl E s Grove nr Caledonia Av. 

Fearey Robert D., plumber James McGivney, dwl N s Spring nr 
Adeline. 

Fearey Theodore H., dwl E s Gi'ove cor Caledonia A v. 

Fearing W., musician, dwl W s Campbell bet Seward and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Fee John, carpenter, dwl 1001 Franklin. 

Feeney Daniel, yardman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl 

Star House, W. O. 
Feeney James, laborer Custom House (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth 

bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Feeney Mark, contractor, dwl 1122 Fifteenth Av. 
Feeney Michael, laborer, dwl N s old county road nr town line. 
Feeney Owen, laborer, dwl Ss West Fifth bet Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 
Feeney P., gardener, dwl E s Adeline nr West Tenth, W. O. 
Feeney Patrick, laborer, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth. 
Feiling L. H, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s East Thirty-second nr Thir- 
teenth Av., E. O. 
Fellows Abe, engineer, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 
FELLOWS EDWARD C, superintendent Western and Visalia 

divisions C. P. R. R., office Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl 940 

Myrtle. 
Fellows William, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Felton John B., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet West 

Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 
Fenn Thomas W., clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co., dwl 306 Tenth. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO.— 958 Broadway— Heal Estate Agents. 



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FENNESSY JOHN, proprietor Billiard Parlor, 863 Broadway, dwl 
W s Castro bet Fourth and Fifth. 

Fenno M. F., fireman C. P. R. R,, W. O. 

Fenton Joseph P., carpenter, dwl N s Atlantic bet Pine and Cedar, 
W. 0. 

Fenton Patrick, carpenter, dwl Star House, W. O. 

Ferguson George, agent Singer Sewing Machine, dwl junction Broad- 
way and Piedmont. 

Ferguson Mary A. (widow), dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Fernan Henry, trackman, dwl West Oakland House, W. O. 

Fernandez Joseph L., groceries and liquors, San Pablo Av. bet Ade- 
line and Peralta. 

Fernell Jane Miss, dressmaker, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth 
and West Tenth, W. O. 

Ferney Lawrence, lather, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. 0. 

Ferre H. R., dwl S s Eighth bet Filbert and Myrtle. 

Ferrill James, carpenter, dwl 664 Tenth. 

FERRIS B. F., president First National Gold Bank Oakland, office 
969 Broadway, dwl 468 Fifth. 

Feversham Henry, carpenter, dwl N s Bay bet Goss and Division, 

w. o. 

Ffrench Nicholas/groceries and liquors, 721 Linden, dwl 723 Linden. 

Fiddler Mark, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. 0. 

Field Carrie H. Miss, teacher Oakland Home School, dwl S s Twenty- 
first bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

Field Chauncey, dwl E s Fourteenth Av. bet East Twenty-fourth and 
East Twenty-fifth, E. O. 

Field D. S., telegraph operator, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and 
Taylor, W. O. 

Field E. J., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Field H. N. Miss, principal Oakland Home School, dwl S s Twenty- 
first bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

Field James C, carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl NE cor Cedar 
and Division, W. O. 

Field William W., carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl NE cor Cedar 
and Division, W. O. 

Fields E. G., ship cai-penter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Goss 
and Railroad Av. W. O. 

Fields James, carpenter, dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy Av. 

Fields Thomas, laborer J. S. Emery, cor San Pablo and Park avs. 

Fifty Associates, E. C. Sessions secretary, office 460 Eighth. 

Filben Thomas, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 814 Filbert. 

Filmer William, electrotyper, dwl SE cor Thirteenth and Center, 
W. O. 

Fillmore James, clerk Diedrich Rathjen, dwl NW cor Fifth and Jef- 
ferson. 

Fillmore John, gardener, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Brush and West. 

Finch Horatio G, real estate agent, dwl 531 East Fourteenth, E. 0. 

Finch William, salesman (S. F.), dwl NW cor Pine and Seward, W. O. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S— Oakland Peed Store, 116 Ninth near Broadway— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND P? ] DIRECTORY. 173 

Findlay James, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl SE cor Third 

and Franklin. 
Findley George L., mason, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 

w. o. 

Fingleday Frederick, hackman Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 
Finkeldey Henry, butcher, 705 Broadway, dwl 609 HaiTison. 
Finley R., carpenter Buniham, Standeford <fe Co. 
Finn John, deck hand dredger C. P. P. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

w. o. 

Finnegan C. J., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., dwl 1057 Washington. 

Finnegan James C, tinsmith (S. F), dwl 91 -4 West Fifth. 

Finney , printer, dwl 461 Ninth. 

Finney George, printer, dwl S s Ninth nr Franklin. 

Finney Lydia (widow), dwl 473 Eleventh. 

Finnigan M. I., painter, dwl S s Nineteenth bet Castro and Brash. 

Finnigan William, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 
W. O. 

FIREMANS' FUND INSURANCE CO. (S. E), Fred O. Fuller 
agent, office 857 Broadway. 

FIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK OF OAKLAND, B. F. Fer- 
ris president, G. M. Fisher cashier, 969 Broadway. 

Firth John, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, 
W. O. 

Fish Benjamin, fann hand Joseph S. Emery, cor San Pablo and Park 
avs. 

Fish Edward, stevedore, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Fish James H., banker (S. F.), dwl SE cor Grove and Ninth. 

FISH M. W., physician, office 631 East Twelfth, dwl 461 East 
Fourteenth, E. O. 

Fisher Beriah P., carpenter, dwl 358 Seventh. 

Fisher E. E., printer, dwl cor Linden and Thirtieth. 

Fischer Gustave, upholsterer Schreiber <k Meyer, dwl Wood bet 
Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 

Fisher Galen M., cashier First National Gold Bank of Oakland, office 
969 Broadway, dwl 910 Filbert. 

Fisher Gustave, upholsterer Charles J. Rossini, dwl W s Wood bet 
Lincoln and Seward, W. O. 

Fisher Helen (widow), dwl NW cor Wood and Lincoln, W. O. 

FISHER LUTHER P., advertising agent (S. F.), dwl 1057 Wash- 
ington. 

Fisher Marks, wheelwright Henry Hampel, dwl 801 East Four- 
teenth, E. O. 

Fisher Michael, grocer, dwl 729 Fifth. 

Fisher R. E. W., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

Fisher William, steward St. Charles Hotel, dwl 1106 Broadway. 

Fisher Z., mill hand, dwl Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 

Fisk A. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, 
W. O. 

Fisk M., gardener, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Adeline. 



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174 OAKLAND F] DIRECTORY. 

Fisk S. E., painter, dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 

Fisk William H., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet 

Cedar and Bay. 
Fist Nathaniel P., shoemaker, dwl 860 East Fourteenth, E. 0. 
Fitch Benjamin, mining, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 
Fitzell Peter, driver Chappellet & Miner, dwl 804 Jefferson. 
Fitzgerald Anthony, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Market bet Tenth and 

Eleventh. 
Fitzgei-ald David, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl S s Twentieth bet Curtis 

and West. 
Fitzgerald Edward, boots and shoes, 835 Broadway, dwl cor Sixth 

and Washington. 
Fitzgerald Edward, clerk O'Connell & Co., dwl S s Twentieth bet 

Curtis and West. 
Fitzgerald F., salesman E. D. Block & Co., dwl cor Broadway and 

Ninth. 
Fitzgerald J., blacksmith, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Fitzgerald James, stableman, dwl 860 Broadway. 
Fitzgerald James, stableman, dwl S s West Third bet Lincoln and 

Filbert, W. O. 
Fitzgerald James E., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Center bet West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Fitzgerald J. M., horseshoer Kittredge & Harrison, dwl St. Charles 

Hotel. 
Fitzgerald John, deck hand stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 
Fitzgerald Kate (widow), dwl cor Linden and Twenty-second. 
Fitzgerald M., carpenter C. P. R. R, W. 0. 
Fitzgerald Mary J. Mrs., furnished rooms, Wilcox Block, 921 

Broadway. 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Fitzgerald Thomas, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 
Fitzgerald Thomas, stonecutter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Curtis and 

West. 
Fitzgibbon Thomas, hackman L. M. Beaudry, dwl Seventh bet 

Franklin and Webster. 
Fitzmaurice John, gardener, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Brush and 

Castro. 
Fitzpatrick Edward, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-eighth bet Linden 

and Filbert. 
Fitzpatrick John, helper, dwl Seventeenth nr Cypress, W. O. 
Fitzsimmons Gustav, mason, dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 
Flagg Henry H, stockbroker (S. F.), dwl 804 Tenth cor West. 
Flagg Julia A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 856 Broadway. 
Flaherty Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Seventh bet Brush and Market. 
Flaherty Thomas, painter, dwl 363 Eighth. 
Flanery Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Flannigan Cliristophei*, Oakland Laundry, S s Prospect Av. nr 

Broadway. 
Flannigan John, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 



GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



Oil-cake meal and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street near Bdwy. 



OAKLAND "F] DIRECTORY. 175 

Flaurie A., engineer, dwl 781 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Flavin Patrick, salesman Greenhood Brothers, chvl St. Charles Hotel. 

Fleck Augustus, hairdresser Edward Maleton, dwl 721 Sixth. 

Fleet John, bricklayer, dwl 168 Second. 

Flemens S., milkman, dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and KLirkham, 

W. 0. 
Fleming John (John Fleming <£ Co.), dwl 625 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Fleming John R., steamboatman, dwl 304 Ninth. 
Fleming John & Co. {Samuel D. Trask), liquor saloon, 625 East 

Twelfth, E. O. 
Fleming Mike, fireman C. P. P. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Fletcher Horace, manufacturer ink (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet 

West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Fletcher Joseph, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Fletcher Montgomery, engineer U. S. Navy, dwl NW cor Caledonia 

and Telegraph avs. 
Fletcher Robert, stableman, dwl Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Twenty-ninth. 
Fletcher Sarah A. (widow), dwl S s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, 

W. O. 
Fletcher W. F., foreman Oakland Railroad Co. 
Flick George W., cax-penter, dwl Union Hotel, E. 0. 
Flinn George, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. 

and West Eighth, W. O. 
Flinn James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Flint Mrs., dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth and West Tenth, 

W. 0. 
Flint Augustus P., insurance (S. F.), dwl NW cor West Twelfth 

and Filbert, W. O. 
Flint Edward P., merchant (S. F.), dwl W s Washington bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth. 
Flint Elijah T., dwl SW cor Sixteenth and Castro. 
Flint George B. (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.), dwl SW cor Broadway 

and Tenth. 
Flint James P. Mrs., dwl SW cor Fifteenth and Grove. 
Flint Levi, boot and shoemaker, S s Railroad Av. bet Wood and 

Pine, dwl N s West Eighth E of Wood, W. O. 
Flohr Charles, gunsmith D. Siesbuttel, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Flond John W., plumber Robert Dalziel, dwl E s Chestnut bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Flood George S. , whitener, dwl N s East Fifteenth bet Thirteen and 

Fourteenth avs, E. 0. 
Flood Isaac, whitener, dwl N s East Fifteenth bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Flood William A., stonecutter, dwl E s West bet Fourteenth 

and Fifteenth. 
Flora Elisha H., housemover, dwl W s Eleventh Av. bet East Eight- 
eenth and East Nineteenth, E. O. 
Floyd George, harness cleaner Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 



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Flugge Charles, stockbroker (S. F.), dwl N s West Tenth bet Ade- 
line and Chestnut, W. O. 
Flynn Agnes Miss, domestic Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith C. P. R. R, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Flynn James, upholsterer Charles L. Taylor, dwl 1057 Webster. 
Flynn P., blacksmith C. P. P. P., dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W. 0. 
Flynn Patrick, laborer C. P. P. R., dwl E side Lewis bet West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. 0. 
Flynn Peter, laborer Shattuck & Hillegass, dwl 457 Eighth. 
Flynn Richard, laborer C. P. R. R. Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl 

Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Foans John H., carpenter, dwl 527 Eighth. 
Fogg George Edward, student, dwl W s Webster bet Prospect Av. 

and Orchard. 
FOGG GEORGE H., justice of the peace, office 814 Broadway, 

dwl W s Webster bet Prospect Av. and Orchard. 
Fogg George W., superintendent Pacific Iron Works (S. F.), dwl 

SE cor Railroad Av. and Filbert, W. 0. 
Fogg Joseph, carpenter, dwl 813 Market. 
Foley Dennis, deck hand C. P. P. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Foley F. M., laborer, dwl S s West Ninth bet Center and Peralta, 

w. o. 

Foley H. W., calker C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Foley James J., capitalist, dwl junction Peralta and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Foley John, laborer, dwl NW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove. 

Foley Paul, tinsmith, dwl IS" s Twentieth bet West and Curtis. 

Foley T., farmer, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Adeline. 

Foley Thomas, laborer, dwl E s Chestnut bet West First and 
West Third, W. 0. 

Foley Thomas P., laborer C. P. R. P., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. 0. 

Folger James A., merchant (S. F.), dwl SE cor Taylor and Willow, 
W. O. 

Folger Samuel G., collector, dwl 856 Franklin. 

Folley John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Follrath Adam, horseshoer 1060 Thirteenth Av., dwl NE cor Thir- 
teenth Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Follrath William A., blacksmith helper Adam Follrath, dwl NE cor 
Thirteenth Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Folsom Martha, laundress, dwl 269 Sixth. 

Folte Gustave, bookkeeper Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, dwl 410 
Tenth. 

Fonda D. R, fireman C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Fonda George, fireman C. P. P. P., W. O. 

Fonda P. W., physician, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Fones J. H., carpenter 406 Seventh, dwl cor Clay and Eighth. 

Fontainebleau Garden, Sevin Vincent proprietor, N s East Four- 
teenth bet Twenty-third Av. and town line, E. O. 



J. S. G. GOEDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S .— Extra family and Graham flour, 416 Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND p] DIRECTORY. 177 

FONTE ANTONIO, general merchandise, 800 East Twelfth, E. O., 
dwl 1114 Sixteenth Ay., E. O. 

Fonte George, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 

Fonte Henry A., clerk Antonio Fonte, dwl 1114 Sixteenth Av., 
E. O. 

Fonte J. Rapozo, laborer, dwl Fruit Yale. 

Fonte Joaquin, laborer James Larvie, dwl Fruit Vale. 

Fonte Jose, tanner John S. Derby, dwl N s old county road nr town 
line, E. O. 

Foote Edward, boat builder, dwl S s Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Foote William V., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl SE cor Ninth and Clay. 

Forbes Andrew, dwl 1051 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Forbes Katy Mrs., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Ford Alvin, general merchandise, 1080 Fourteenth Av., E. O. 

Ford Daniel H., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second, nr Mai'ket. 

Ford Jerome B., lumber dealer, dwl SW cor East Ninth and Fifth 
Av., E. O. 

Ford Jerome C, student, dwl SW cor East Ninth and Fifth Av., 
E. O. 

Ford John A., porter C. P. R. R., dwl 764 Sixth. 

Ford John B., farmer, dwl 765 Grove. 

Ford William, hostler Shattuck & Hillegass, dwl 457 Eighth. 

Ford William, porter C. P. R. R., dwl Sixth bet Brush and Mar- 
ket. 

Fordman Frank, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Av. bet 
Bay and Cedar, W. O. 

Foreman Robert, carpenter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, 

w. o. 

Forney Robert L., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Forrester James, feed and sale stable, E s Franklin nr Third, dwl 
373 Fifth. 

Forsberg Frederick, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Forsberg Louis, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 
Pine, W. O. 

Forster Emma (widow), seamstress, dwl 607 Franklin. 

Forster Dorothy (widow), dwl 758 Castro. 

Forsyth E., clerk (S. F.), dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 

Forsyth Peter, engineer Pacific Planing Mill, dwl N s Bay, bet Goss 
and Division, W. O. 

Fort L. A., painter, dwl Center nr Sixteenth. 

Fort M., watchman, dwl Center nr Sixteenth. 

Fortin Victor L., clerk Remillard & Brothers, dwl 613 Tenth. 

Fortman D., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Fortman Frederick, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Foss Julius, cook West Oakland House, W. O. 

Foss Richard, bricklayer, dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 



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Foster Frank, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Foster Isaac, engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm tug Rival, dwl cor 

Pine and Sixth, W. 0. 
Foster John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Henry bet Railroad Av. 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Foster John A., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl Filbert bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth. 
Foster Samuel, machinist, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 
Foster Thomas (J. J. O'Brien & Co.), dwl 1119 Broadway. 
Foster Thomas, gardener, dwl W s Webster nr Twenty-second. 
Foster Thomas J., oyster dealer (S, F.), dwl S s Fifteenth bet 

Market and West. 
Foucault Victor M., real estate, dwl N s Twenty-second nr Telegraph 

Av. 
Foulkes James F., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 1068 

Broadway. 
Foulkes John F., salesman Mellis k Lippman, dwl 1068 Broadway. 
Fountain William EL, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty-second. 
Fountain W. J., pilot, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, 

W. O. 
Foust William, mill hand, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Fowler David C, driver Thomson Bros., dwl 669 Third. 
Fowler Elijah, farmer, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Fowler James, engineer Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., dwl NE 

cor East Tenth and Seventh Av., E. O. 
Fowler James M., carpenter, dwl N s Laurel bet Broadway and 

Telegraph Av. 
Fowler John, dwl NE cor Eighth and Washington. 
Fowler S. E., helper, dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Fowler William W., clerk E. W. Woodward & Co., dwl NW cor 

Castro and Tenth. 
Fox Frank J. F., cai-penter, dwl E s Lewis bet West Fifth and Rail- 
road Av., W. O. 
Fox James, hostler Tinkham & Butterfield, dwl 462 Twelfth. 
Fox John, coachman Peder Sather, dwl N s Fifth bet Grove and 

Castro. 
Fox John S., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, dwl 318 Third. 
Fox John T, carpenter, dwl NW cor Willow and William. 
Fox Loring, plumber, dwl Alta House. 
Fox Patrick, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 
Fox Revel D., carpenter, dwl NW cor Willow and William. 
Frain James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Francis A., laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Market. 
Francis Clara Mrs., hairdresser, N s East Fifteenth bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Francis Cornelius, whitener, dwl N s East Fifteenth bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Francis E. J., salesman (S. F), dwl N s Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle. 



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Francis George, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 
Francis Samuel, gardener, dwl Thirty-sixth nr Adeline. 
FRANCIS SAMUEL, merchant tailor, 1006 Broadway, dwl 836 

Clay. 
Fran? s Susan (widow), dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Francis Thomas, miner, dwl E s Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Franey J. F., tailor, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Frank D., carpenter, dwl W s Union nr Thirtieth. 
Frank F., clerk, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Frank F., trackman C. P. R. R, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Frank George, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth and 

West Tenth, W. O. 
Frank Jacob, upholsterer Schreiber & Meyer, res San Francisco. 
Frank John, laborer, dwl E s Pine bet William and Atlantic. 
Frank e George, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Franklin E. J., farmer, dwl E s Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Franklin William S., carpenter, dwl Center nr Fifteenth, W. O. 
Franklyn T., dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Fransen H., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Fraser David G., carpenter, dwl 675 Fourth. 

Fraser John E., plumber, dwl W s Market bet Twentieth and Twen- 
ty-first. 
Fraser Samuel W., carpenter, dwl 307 Third. 
Fraser Thomas, dwl Union bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth, 

W. O. 
Fraser Thomas Rev., dwl 916 Myrtle. 
Frazier Louis, cook Union Hotel, W. O. 
Frazu Benjamin F., deputy pound master, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr 

Alden. 
Frederick F. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
FREDERICK JACOB, carnage painter, NE cor Eighth and 

Franklin and 365 Eleventh, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson. 
Frederick John, conductor C. P. R. R, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Frederick Vincent, hostler Tinkham & Butterfield, res Alameda. 
Fredericks P., driver Oakland Railroad C. 
Frederickson H., shipwright C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

W. O. 
FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS, halls SW cor Broadway and 

Eighth, and SW cor Broadway and Eleventh. 
Freeborn William H., market, S s Railroad Av. bet Henry and 

Chester, W. O. 
Freeland Albert, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Freeland Joseph, clerk, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 



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Freelong John, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Freels Richard, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 

Freeman A., laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Freeman Charles W., printer, dwl NE cor Lincoln and Wood, W. O. 

Freeman Edward, mill hand, dwl E s Filbert bet Eighteenth and 
Twenty-first. 

Freeman Ella Miss, dressmaker Mrs. A. S. Baker, dwl Isabella nr 
San Pablo Av. 

Freeman George, teamster, dwl E s Adeline bet Eighteenth and 
Twentieth. 

Freeman Henry R., mill hand, dwl 701 Washington. 

Freeman John, machinist, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Freeman Mary Mrs., dwl N s Twenty-fourth nr San Pablo Av. 

Freeman Mary Mrs., children's boarding, Isabella nr San Pablo Av. 

Freeman Stephen, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

Freeman T., clerk, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 
Tenth, W. O. 

Freer George N., carpenter, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Freitag Christina (widow), dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, 

w. o. 

French George W., carpenter, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first avs, E. O. 

French G. S., clerk (S. F), dwl SW cor Sixteenth and West. 

French James, carpenter, dwl West Thirteenth nr Peralta, W. O. 

French James, clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth and West 
Fourteenth, W. O. 

French M., clerk, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 

French Sullivan F., plumber, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first avs, E. O. 

French Willliam, dwl S s Atlantic bet Willow and Wood, W. O. 

French William, cabinetmaker, W s Thirteenth Av. bet East Elev- 
enth and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Frese J. L., dwl 863 Washington. 

Frey B., dwl SW cor Clay and Sixth. 

Frey Christian, butcher Louis Schaffer, dwl SE cor Sixth and Har- 
rison. 

Frey Joseph, mason, dwl NE cor Fifteenth and Kirkham, W. O. 

Frick Alfred, architect Oakland Artificial Stone Manufacturing Co., 
res San Francisco. 

Frick Emile, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl 476 East Eleventh, E. O. 

Friedland A., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Friedlino S. A., carpenter, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Friend William H., bookkeeper (S. F), dwl SW cor Tenth and 
West. 

Frink Ledyard, farmer, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Frisby Joseph, calker C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Fritz Mondot J., laborer James Larue, dwl N s East Fourteenth bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 



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Fritzch Charles, butcher, dwl 908 Broadway. 

Fromm August, carpenter Blethen & Terry, res Alameda. 

Fross Mary C. Mrs., dwl 1ST s Fifteenth bet Brush and West. 

Frost Edward, ship carpenter, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 

Frost R. M., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., res Temescal. 

Frost William, painter, dwl NE cor Twentieth and Brush. 

Fruin George, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Market. 

Fry , shoemaker Levi Flint, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 

Fuchs George, dwl W s East Thirty-second nr Thirtieth Av., E. 0. 

Fuchs Philip, blacksmith (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth 
and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Fullalove Richard, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 

Fuller Amos L., real estate agent (S. F.), dwl N s East Fifteenth bet 
Eighth and Ninth avs, E. O. 

Fuller C. A., cigars and tobacco, NE cor Broadway and Ninth, dwl 
855 Harrison. 

Fuller Emerson, book agent, dwl N s East Fifteenth bet Eighth and 
Ninth avs, E. 0. 

Fuller Eugene I., compositor, dwl S s Lusk bet Telegraph and San 
Pablo avs. 

Fuller Frederick 0., agent Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. (S. F.), of- 
fice 857 Broadway, dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and 
West Twentieth, W. O. 

Fuller Hinds, teamster, dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and 
West Twentieth, W. O. 

Fuller H. R, carpenter, dwl W s Adeline nr West Twenty-eighth, 

w. o. 

Fuller John S., painter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Fullerton Joseph, plasterer, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 

Fulton Joseph, mining superintendent, dwl 515 Ninth. 

Fulton Livery Stable, Stubbs & Costigan proprietors, E s Telegraph 
Av. nr Twenty-fourth. 

Furman D., carpenter, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Fursburg Samuel, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Furst Herman (Coffee & F.), dwl 516 Fifth. 

Fuston Edward, clerk, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and Fil- 
bert, W. 0. 

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Gaffney Bridget (widow), dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Gaffney Henry, tinsmith, dwl Eastern Hotel, E. O 
Gaffney Thomas, potter Daniel Brannan, dwl SE cor Seventeenth Av. 

and East Twelfth, E. O. 



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Gagan John, cooper, dwl S s William bet Cedar and Pine, W. O. 
Gage Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet Eighteenth and 

Twentieth. 
Gage George B., laborer, dwl S s Lydia bet Market and Curtis, W. O. 
Gage John, painter, dwl 403 Ninth. 
Gage Samuel, carpenter, dwl 856 Clay. 
Gagnon John B., merchant, dwl 407 First. 
Gaines Henry J., dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Gaines Michael, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl E s Chester bet West Third 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Gale George, carpenter, dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East Twenty-third 

and East Twenty-fourth, E. O. 
Gales A. W., clerk, dwl NE cor Eighth and Webster. 
Gales Franklin, mill hand, dwl Sixteenth nr Kirkliam, W. O. 
Galighan Patrick, laborer, dwl 705 Fifth. 

Gallagher Anna M. (widow), dwl W s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth. 
Gallagher Charles E., painter, dwl 724 Linden. 
Gallagher E., carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Gallagher G. P., carpenter, dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth and 

West Twelfth, W. O. 
Gallagher James, dwl Newland's Hotel. 
Gallagher John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Gallagher P., milkman, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 
Gallagher Stephen, painter, dwl 724 Linden. 
Gallihan James, laborer C. P. P. P., W. O. 
Galon Edward, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Galvin Morris, laborer, dwl S s Forty-second nr Telegraph Av. 
Gamble James, superintendent Western Union Telegraph Co. (S. F.), 

dwl W s Jackson nr Lake Merritt. 
Ganly Edward, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl 707 Fifth. 
Gannon Martin, dwl 665 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Gans Joseph, clerk, dwl E s Adeline nr West Tenth, W. O. 
Gans Robert H., bookkeeper Oakland Bank of Savings, res Alameda. 
Gansberg George, painter, dwl NW cor Wood and Lincoln, W. O. 
Gant Andrew, gardener R. P. Thomas, NE cor East Twelfth and 

Third Av., E. O. 
Gants W. W., clerk John Breen, dwl 828 Broadway. 
Gang Benjamin, cooper, dwl 811 Filbert. 

Garibaldi Joseph, cook, dwl NE cor Telegraph Av. and Twenty-first. 
Garber John, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl NE cor West Tenth and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Garcia Jose, laborer C. P. R. P., W. O. 
Garcia Joseph A., hairdresser Frank Silva, dwl 703 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Gardanowsky E., physician and surgeon, office 1058 Broadway, dwl 

461 Ninth. 
Garden A. W. Mrs., dwl 569 Eighth. 



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Gardiner James T. (Bums, Whitman & G.), dwl N I Twenty-second 

nr Telegraph Av. 
Gardiner J. J., real estate agent, office 923 Broadway. 
Gardner C. Frank, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl 807 Wash- 

Gardne?Edward,?clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth 

and West Tenth, W. O. 
Gardner Robert B., clerk (S. F.), dwl 718 Filbert. 
GARDNER R. L., proprietor Piedmont Springs Hotel, Piedmont. 
Gardner T. J., sign painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl Sycamore bet 

Grove and San Pablo Av. 
Gardner W. J., brakeman C. P. R. R-, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Garihan William F., roller C. P. R R, dwl 357 Eighth. 
Garin H. Mme., dwl 407 First. 
Gariot Julius, painter, dwl 551 Seventh. 
Gariot L. Mme., lace washing and dyeing, 551 Seventh. 
Garon L. G., liquors, foot Broadway. 
Garret Edward, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Garrigan John H. (Farwell & G.), dwl SW cor West arid B.own 
Garrison Elijah M., carpenter C. P. R. R, dwl N s William bet 

Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Garthwaite Harry P., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Twenty-second bet 
Telegraph and San Pablo avs. ,«'■,-'«■ i i 

Garthwaite William W., note clerk Oakland Bank of Savings, dwl 

N s Twenty-second bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 
Gartlant George, gardner, dwl Mansion House, E O. 
Gartner Frederick, mill hand, dwl N ■ Filbert bet Twenty-eighth 

and Thirtieth. 
Garvey Henry, hairdresser, dwl W s Adeline nr Twentieth. 
Garvey Patrick, boilermaker C. P. R R, dwl W s Chester bet 

Railroad Av. and West Fifth, W. 0. 
Garvey Thomas, laborer C. P. R R, dwl E s Peralta bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Garvey Timothy, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 
Garvin J. J, dwl SW cor Castro and Eighth. 

Gaskill George C, letter carrier Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, dwl 

Clay bet Eleventh and Twelfth. .„,-«. a 

GASKILL ROLLIN C, agent Wells, Fargo & Co. s Express and 

.Etna Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, office 917 Broadway, 

dwl Clay bet Eleventh and Twelfth. 

Gaspar Augustus, gardner Edward M. Derby, S s Adams Av. bet 

town line and Fruit Yale. 
Gaspar John, looking glass maker, dwl 577 Second 
Gaspard Francis, restaurant, 827 East Twelfth, E. O. 
GassMaryF., teacher Mills Seminary dwl 702 Tenth 

Gast Frederick, engineer C. P. R R, dwl N s Atlantic bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. . „.,, 

Gately John, mining dwl S s West Eighth bet Linden and Filbert, 

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GAUDIN JOHN", liquor saloon, 840 Broadway, dwl 567 Fifth. 
Gaukroger Albert, machinist, dwl SE cor Adeline and Twenty- 
eighth. 
Gaven D., brakeman C. P. P. P., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Gaughan William, butcher Thomas W. Thacker, S s West Third 

bet Filbert and Myrtle. 
Gaunce Leonard, car repairer C. P. P. P., dwl S s Lincoln bet 

Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Gaunce Pobert, sash and blindmaker Pacific Planing Mills, dwl 

Lincoln bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Gaus Louis John, dwl 415 Ninth. 
Gaylord George M., carpenter, dwl 916 Harrison. 
Gaynor Hugh, liquor saloon, NW cor Broadway and Fifth. 
Geany Michael, laborer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Gearhart John, clerk Commercial Agency, dwl Washington nr Thir- 
teenth. 
Geary Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s West Thirteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Geddes Joseph, carpenter, dwl N s Sycamore bet Grove and San 

Pablo Av. 
Gee Myron, contractor, dwl 620 Ninth. 
Geelan Edward, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Geffroy Thomas B., sheep raiser, dwl 1031 Seventh Av. 

Geiger Mrs., furnished rooms, dwl W s Willow bet Chase and 

Taylor, W. O. 
Geiser Charles, butcher, SW cor Castro and Sixth. 
Geiser William B., butcher, dwl SW cor Castro and Sixth. 
Gemmell Alexander, plumber and gas fitter, 820 Broadway, dwl 815 

Franklin 
Gensoul Adrien, cashier French Savings and Loan Society (S. F ) 

dwl SE cor Peralta and Ninth, W. O. 
Gentle Charles, gardener Joseph W. Jordan, W s Thirteenth Av. nr 

East Twenty-sixth, E. O. 
Gentry Calvin B., carpenter, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second. 
George Charles H., harnessmaker William Hanley, dwl 1082 East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
George George, clerk Henry W. George, dwl San Pablo Poad bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 
GEORGE HENRY W, agent North British and Mercantile 
Insurance Co. of London and Edinburgh (Fire), and London 
Assurance Corporation (Fire), office 1004 Broadway, dwl San 
Pablo road bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 
George James, pile driver C. P. P. R., W. O. 
George Samuel, carpenter, dwl 410 Tenth. 
George S. P., house mover, dwl 1001 Franklin. 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 185 

George William, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eight and West Tenth, 

W. O. 
Gerard Charles, teamster Remillard &, Bros., dwl NE cor Clay and 

First. 
Gerhardy P. J., butcher, 829 Broadway, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Germain Clara Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School. 
Germain Parker, farmer, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
Germain Sallie Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School. 
Germania Club, 954 Broadway. 

Gernett Charles, butcher Charles Palm, dwl 858 Broadway. 
GERNREICH WILLIAM, groceries and liquors, dwl SW cor 

Eighth and Chester, W. 0. 
Gartner Frederick W., sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl Filbert nr 

Twenty-eighth. 
Gerrish J. L., machinist, dwl Ws Campbell bet Seward and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Gerrity Thomas, laborer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Getchell George, miner, dwl Thirty-sixth nr Adeline. 

Getchell John C, tinsmith, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. O. 
Getchell J. Otis, plasterer, dwl W s Market bet West Third and 

West Fifth, W. O. 
Getchell Lysander W., stevedore, dwl 752 Brush. 
Getchell Ransom N., teamster Oakland Planing Mill, dwl W s 

Market bet West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Getchell Sumner W., carpenter, dwl W s Market bet West Third 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Getchell William, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Gettigan N., laborer, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Ghirardelli Domingo (Ghirardelli & Petar), dwl 773 Fifth. 
Ghirardelli Domingo P., salesman (S. F.), dwl 773 Fifth. 
Ghirardelli Joseph, bookkeeper Ghirardelli & Petar, dwl 773 Fifth. 
GHIRARDELLI & PETAR (D. Ghirardelli and Charles Petar), 

wholesale and retail liquors, SE cor Broadway and Twelfth. 
Giamboni Natale, restaurant (S. F.), dwl W s Seward, bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Gibbons James, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Gibbons James, boarding, 416 Seventh. 
Gibbons Rodman, merchant, dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. O. 
Gibbons Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl E s Henry bet West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Gibbs Joseph, mill hand, dwl W s Filbert, bet Eighteenth and 

Twenty-first. 
Gibbs Josiah S., carpenter, S s Chase, bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Gibbs Samuel L. (Gibbs & Preston), dwl junction San Pablo Av. 

and Clay. 
Gibbs William C, dwl NW cor Third and Madison. 



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Gibbs & Preston (Samuel L. Gibbs and John W. Preston), groceries, 

junction San Pablo Av. and Clay. 
Gibson C, painter C. P. P. P., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 

w. o. 

Gibson C. W., baker, dwl Linden bet Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth. 
Gibson James, clerk (S. P.) dwl N s "West Fifth bet Filbert and 

Linden, W. O. 
Gibson John, baggageman C. P. P. P., dwl Thirty-seventh, nr San 

Pablo Av. 
Gibson Samuel, carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 
Gibson William, engineer C. P. P. R., dwl Brooklyn Hotel, E. O. 
Giddings Joshua, wire worker (S. F.), dwl S s Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Gieschen Kate (widow), dwl 809 Franklin. 
Gigey George S., turner, dwl Fifteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 
Gilardin Alexander J., teamster Weston & Welch, dwl N s East 

Seventeenth bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 
Gilardin Bros. (Constantine and Victor}, wood, coal, and feed, S s 

East Twelfth bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs. 
Gilardin Constantine (Gilardin Bros.), dwl S s East Twelfth bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 
Gilardin Joseph, dwl 613 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Gilardin Victor (Gilardin Bros.), dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Tenth 

and Eleventh avs, E. O. 
Gilbert Adrian A., delivery clerk C. P. P. P., dwl 564 Sixth. 
Gilbert Albert, painter, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Willow, 

w. o. 

Gilbert C. W., furniture (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Gilbert D., ship calker, dwl Twenty -fourth nr Linden. 
Gilbert Frank, carpenter, dwl Cypress nr Sixteenth, W. O. 
Gilbert Gustav, butcher, dwl N s Fifteenth nr Market. 
Gilbert H, wheelwright, dwl W s Adeline bet Twenty Fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Gilbert Ida Miss, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Gilbert J. S., carpenter, dwl Eighteenth nr Market. 
Gilbert R., carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Gilburn John, clerk O'Connell & Co., dwl 1002 Broadway. 
Gilcrest John, surveyor, dwl NW cor Second and Harrison. 
GILCREST SAMUEL F, attorney at law, ofiice 924 Broadway, 

and city attorney, office 9 City Hall, dwl NW cor Harrison and 

Second. 
Gilcrest William M., notary public, office SE cor Broadway and 

Ninth, dwl NW cor Harrison and Second. 
Gilday Stephen, clerk, dwl E s Myrtle bet Twelfth and Fourteenth. 
Giles Frank, mill hand, dwl Eland House. 
Giles Frederick, engineer, dwl N s West Eighth bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Giles Thomas, laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 



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187 



Gill David, carpenter, dwl E s Myrtle nr Thirteenth. 

Gill Edward, nurseryman and florist, dwl S s Twenty-eighth bet 

Adeline and Market. 
Gill Francis, teamster, dwl E s Lusk nr Evoy Av. 
GILL FREDERICK W., cashier Oakland Bank of Savings, office 

915 Broadway, dwl Knox House, Telegraph Av. 
Gill John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Wood, W. O. 
Gill James, machinist Oakland Planing Mill, dwl 258 Fifth. 
Gilleney Annie Miss, domestic Col. S. Woods, NE cor Eighth and 

Jefferson. 
Gillespie F., salesman I. Marcus, dwl 869 Broadway. 
Gillett Edward E., engraver, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden 

and Filbert, W. 0. 
Gillett Isaac N, conductor C. P. R. R,, dwl W s Cedar bet Railroad 

Av. and William, W. O. 
Gilligan Annie Miss, housekeeper W. Appleton, N s West Eighth bet 

Myrtle and Market, W. O. 
Gilligan James, gardener, dwl 167 Seventh. 
Gilligan James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Gilman John R., carpenter, dwl West bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Gilman N. A., telegraph operator, dwl West bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Gilman Nicholas, farmer, dwl West bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Gilmore John, clerk, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market and Curtis. 
Gilmore John, express wagon, SE cor Broadway and Eighth, dwl cor 

First and Broadway. 
Gilmore John H., florist, dwl 117 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Gilmore John S., salesman Jacob Greenhood, dwl S s Twenty-second 

bet Market and West. 
Gilmore Michael, laborer, dwl 614 Fifth. 

Gilmore Thomas P., metallurgist, dwl 117 East Fourteenth, E. 0. 
Gilson C, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Gilstrap William, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Chester bet West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Gincosta Antonio, mariner, dwl NE cor Thirteenth Av. and East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
Gincosta Joseph, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor Thirteenth Av. 

and East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Girolamy Albert, vegetable dealer, dwl 163 Second. 
Girot Delia (widow), dwl W s Center bet West Fifth and Railroad 

Av., W. O. 
Girot Dominick, upholsterer, dwl W s Center bet West Fifth and 

Railroad Av., W. 0. 
Girvin Richard D., clerk, dwl 769 Oak. 

Giss Joseph, laborer, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Givens Ellen Miss, school teacher, dwl SE cor Grove and Sixteenth. 
Givens Jabez D., foreman molder Manhattan Marble Co., dwl SE 

cor Grove and Sixteenth. 
Gladden George, bricklayer, dwl Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 



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188 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gladding Allen J. (Gladding, Surryhne & Co.), dwl S s Twenty- 
first bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

Gladding Theodore O., dwl S s Twenty-first bet San Pablo and Tele- 
graph avs. 

Gladding William Frank, salesman Burns, "Whitman & Gardiner, 
dwl S s Twenty-first bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

GLADDING, SURRYHNE & CO. (A. J. Gladding and W. Sur- 
ryline), real estate agents, office 956 Broadway. 

Gladwin F., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, 
W. 0. 

Glance William, carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

Glascock John R. (W. H. and J. R. Glascock), dwl 815 Webster. 

Glascock W. H. & J. R., attorneys at law, office 921 Broadway. 

Glascock William H. (W. II. <L J. R. Glascock), dwl SW cor Fifth 
and Harrison. 

Glass Hamilton, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Glass William C, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Seventh 
and Eighth avs, E. O. 

Gleason George, painter, dwl 366 Tenth. 

Gleason John, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Gleason M. J., ship calker, dwl cor Twenty-fourth and Linden. 

Gleason William, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Gleger A., surveyor, dwl N s Chase bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Glen John, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighth bet Union and Pop- 
lar, W. O. 

Glenan John, carpenter, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

Glenn Henry, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

Glenn James T., dwl 702 Tenth. 

Glenn P. E., confectioner, dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

Gleeson William Rev., pastor St. Anthony's R. C. Church, dwl NW 
cor East Fifteenth and Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

Glore John, dwl 959 Webster. 

Glover George F. M., stock broker (S. F.), dwl N s Ninth bet Cen- 
ter and Chester, W. O. 

Glover James, painter, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Glover James F., shoemaker, 305 East Twelfth, E. 0., dwl NE cor 
East Sixteenth and Fourth Av. 

Glover Josephine (widow), dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Nineteenth 
and Twentienth avs, E. O. 

Glover Robert, plasterer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Telegraph and 
San Pablo avs. 

Glover William J., gardener John B. Watson, Fourth Av. nr East 
Seventeenth, E. O. 

Goad Frederick, machinist, dwl E s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, 
W. O. 

Gobeil Louis, engineer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl N s Third bet 
Washington and Clay. 

Goddard C, special agent U. S. Treasury, dwl Russell House. 



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OAKLAND [G] DIRECTORY. 189 

Goddard C. B., dentist (S. F.), dwl Eussell House. 

Goddart Andre, chemist, office 613 Broadway, dwl Broadway three 
'miles from City Hall. 

Godfrey George, real estate, dwl 1172 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Goff A. J., salesman E. H. Hyde, dwl cor Twelfth and Clay. 

Goff John, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Tenth het Castro and Grove. 

Goff L. M., engineer C. P. E. E., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

GOLDEN GATE ACADEMY, Joseph N. Haskins and Aldebert E. 
Kellogg principals, Academy Hill, Plymouth Av. bet Broadway 
and Telegraph Av. 

Goldiner Charles, tailor, 832 Broadway. 

Goldsticker Michael, Union Market S s East Fourteenth bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth avs, E. O. 

Goley Timothy, deck hand C. P. E. E. stm Thoroughfare. 

Golly Auguste, watchmaker August H. Buehren, res San Francisco. 

Gomez Antonio, steward Swing Crew C. P. Pt. E., Oakland Feiry 
Wharf. 

Gontie Elizabeth (widow), dwl 800 Franklin. 

Gonzales Frank, bootblack, 844 Broadway, dwl N s Twenty-seventh 
bet Grove and West. 

Gonzales Julian, laborer, dwl E s Webster junction Broadway. 

Good A. J., carpenter, dwl N s Eailroad Av. bet Union and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Good Hannah Mrs., domestic, 503 Eleventh. 

Good John M., dwl S s Eighth bet Adeline and Union, W. O. 

Good Bobert, carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, 

w. o. 

Goodenough Horse-shoeing Society, N s Twelfth bet Franklin and 

Webster. 
Goodfellow Milton J., miner, dwl W s Webster bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth. 
Goodman Frank, moulder, dwl S s Fourteenth bet Market and West. 
Goodman George (Duhrkoop & G.), dwl 423 Tenth. 
Goodrich J. V. B., clerk County of Alameda, office County Court 

House, dwl cor Ninth and Clay. 
Goodrich W., brakeman C. P. E. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Goodwin Harris, carpenter, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Market and 

West. • 
Goodwin Thomas A., mining, dwl W s Wood bet Seward and Taylor, 

W. O. 
Goodwin W. L., contractor, dwl cor Campbell and Twelfth, W. O. 
Gordon Alexander, machinist, dwl W s Fourteenth nr Kirkham. 
Gordon Bernard, clerk G. E. Smith, dwl 513 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Gordon E. H, brakeman local train C. P. E. E., res Alameda. 
Gordon James, miller, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Seventh and West 

Eighth, W. O. 
Gordon J. H. Mrs., private boarding, 713 Tenth. 
Gordon J. Henry, dairy, dwl W s Magnolia bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 



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190 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

GORDON JOSEPH S. G., proprietor Oakland Ice Depot, agent 
Napa Soda Springs, and ice cream manufacturer, 469 Ninth 
bet Broadway and Washington, dwl 471 Ninth. 

Gordon J. W., telegraph operator Western Union Telegraph Co., 
dwl 316 Tenth. 

Gordon R., clerk A. G. Laurie, res San Francisco. 

Gordon Thomas, well borer C. P. P. P., dwl cor Cedar and Short, 
W. O. 

Goreham William, laborer C. P. R, P., W. 0. 

Gorman John, carpenter, dwl W s Webster nr Moss Av. 

Gorrill William H. (widow), dwl N s Seventeenth nr San Pablo Av. 

Gorton Chalres H., finishing foreman Manhattan Marble Co., dwl 
W s Franklin bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

Goshen Charles N., painter, dwl N s Railroad A v. bet Bay and Cedar, 

w. o. 

Goss John, law clerk Curry & Evans (S. F.), dwl 420 Twelfth. 
Goss Peter, ship carpenter, dwl SW cor Railroad Av. and Pine, 

W. O. 
Gotchett John, carpenter, dwl SE cor West Sixteenth and Center, 

w. o. 

Gotleib Henry, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad A v. bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Gotthal Gotlieb, mason, dwl N s West Eighth bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. 0. 
Gough Henry A., clerk, dwl 1063 Clay. 

Gough H. J. , expressman dwl Union bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
fourth, W. O. 
Gould Henry (Babcock <£• G.J, dwl Lincoln bet Campbell and 

Willow, W. O. 
Gould William B., laborer Babcock & Gould, dwl NE cor Franklin 

and Third. 
Gourdin James G., machinist, dwl 710 Filbert. 
Gowell Orrin, mining, dwl S s Adams Av. bet town line and Fruit 

Vale. 
Gowen John V., carpenter, dwl 561 Sixth. 

Go wen Samuel, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 561 Sixth. 
Grabe John, cook Union Hotel, E. O. 
Grabs August ( Xowottny <£• G.J, dwl E s Wood bet Railroad Av. 

and William, W. O. 
Gracey Eugene W., painter and grainer, dwl 377 East Eleventh, 

E. O. 
Gracey Hatteras S., card printer, dwl 377 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Gracey Samuel, dwl 377 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Gradv Edward, laborer, dwl W s Myrtle bet West First and West 

Third, W. O. 
Grady Michael, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Grady Robert E., clerk M. Brink, dwl NW cor Frederick and San 

Pablo Av. 
Grafferman Louise Miss, teacher, dwl S s William bet Cedar and 

Pine, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 191 

Grafferman Margai'et (widow), dwl S s William bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Grafferman Peter H., plumber (S. F.), dwl S s William bet Cedar 

and Pine, W. O. 
Graham George W., laborer, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Adeline. 
Graham James W., express wagon, dwl 360 First. 
Graham John, reservoir foreman Conta Costa Water Co., dwl 838 

Broadway. 
Graham Lizzie M., seamstress, dwl N s Third nr Clay. 
Graham L. S., clerk, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. 0. 
Graham Patrick, laborer C. P. R. P., W. O. 
Graham S., carpenter C. P. P. P., dwl S s Short bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Graham S., gardener, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Curtis and West. 
Graham W., carpenter Burnham, Standeford &, Co. 
Graham William John, clerk Mack Webber, dwl 569 Eighth. 
Graham Williamson, attorney at law, office 921 Broadway, dwl NE 

cor Eleventh and Harrison. 
Granahan James, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl 415 Seventh. 
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, C. W. Carter proprietor, S s 

Twelfth bet Webster and Harrison. 
Grand Central Park, Thomas W. Badger proprietor, S s East Tenth 

bet Seventh and Ninth avs, E. O. 
Grand Western Restaurant, R. A. Litle proprietor, N s Railroad 

Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Graney John, driver Chappellet &, Miner, dwl cor Curtis and Lydia. 
Granger William, laborer, dwl W s Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Grannes R. W., carpenter, dwl 1003 Franklin. 
Grant C. Mitchell, capitalist, dwl junction Twelfth and Lake Mer- 

ritt. 
Grant Geo.rge E., merchant, dwl W s Fourth Av. bet East Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth, E. O. 
Grant George M., merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Harrison cor Six- 
teenth. 
Grant James, painter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Grant R. P. (widow), dwl 1165 Jackson. 
Grauer Henry, wagonmaker, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Graves Frederick, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet Goss 

and Short, W. O. 
Graves George, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Graves H. B., carpenter Burnham, Standeford &, Co. 
Graves Henry P., sash and blindmaker, 200 Fifth. 
Graves John, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Graves M., painter, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Graves Samuel, mason, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-eighth and Thir- 
tieth. 
Graves W. H. H., bookkeeper Union National Bank, dwl 356 Tenth. 
Gray Adam, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 



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192 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gray Asaph, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

Gray Cormick, laborer, dwl 572 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Gray D., miner, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 

Gray D. P., foreman and bookkeeper Joseph C. Trescott, dwl 1009 

Franklin. 
Gray George, foreman H. F. "Williams (S. F.), dwl E s Tenth Av. 

bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Gray George D., bookkeeper, dwl 760 Tenth. 
Gray Giles H., attorney at law (Gray & Haven, S. F.), and TJ. S. 

Surveyor Port of San Francisco, dwl 754 Tenth. 
Gray Hugh M. (Clark & G.), dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. 0. 
Gray James T., merchant, dwl W s Adeline bet West Fourteenth 

and West Fifteenth, W. O. 
Gray Richard, freight clerk C. P. R. E., oflice (S. F.), dwl W s 

Tenth Av. bet East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth, E. O. 
Gray Robert, stevedore, dwl S s Twenty-second nr West. 
Gray Simon, tailor, Railroad Av. bet Market and Myrtle. 
Gray W. H., laborer, dwl 1163 Franklin. 
Gray William O., clerk C. P. R. R, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 

* and Willow, W. 0. 
Gray William W., rancher, dwl W s Franklin bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth. 
Grayson George W., stockbroker (S. F.), dwl W s Jackson nr Lake 

Merritt. 
Grear Anna (widow), dwl E s Pine bet Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 
Grear Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and 

Lincoln, W. O. 
Green A. P., restaurant, dwl W s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Green D. E., carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Green D. J., horse trainer, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 
Green Edward, plasterer, dwl W s Webster nr Moss Av. 
Green Henry G., carpenter, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Ade- 
line. 
Green Isaac, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Green Jay, carpenter Blethen k Terry, dwl Overland House. 
Green Jefferson, pile driver C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Green John, clerk E. Hook, dwl 913 Grove. 
Green Joseph, boots and shoes, 904 Broadway, dwl cor Eleventh and 

Franklin. 
Green Joseph, silk ribbon manufacturer, NE cor Market and Twenty- 
second. 
Green S. E., clerk, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 
Green Sherwood L., conductor C. P. R. R., dwl N s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Green Thomas, physician and surgeon (S. F.), dwl 573 Seventh. 
Green W. E., attorney at law, dwl Mansion House. 
Green W. F., clerk (S. F), dwl cor West Eighth and Wood, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [G] DIRECTORY. 193 

Green William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl Temescal. 

Green William, dwl 662 Franklin. 

Greenbaum Louis ( Hirshberg & G.), dwl 559 Sixth. 

Greene R. Tay, carpenter, dwl Overland House. 

GREENHOOD JACOB, fancy and staple dry goods, 1053 Broad- 
way, dwl S s Frederick nr Telegraph Av. 

Greenhood Max, salesman Jacob Greenhood, dwl S s Frederick nr 
Telegraph Av. 

Greenhood Solomon, dwl 875 Broadway. 

Greening Mary Miss, telegraph operator, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 

Greenman Harman, mining, dwl 311 Fourth. 

Greenn Edmund, mining, dwl W s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake 
Merritt. 

Greenway Alfred, cook A. Campbell, dwl 420 Eleventh. 

Greeser H., shoemaker, dwl 403 Ninth. 

Gressler Charles A., barber, 707 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Gregoire Frank, cook A. & J. Marques, dwl 850 Broadway. 

Gregory Frank, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s West Fifteenth bet Kirkham 
and Cypress, W. O. 

Gregory Henry P., importer machinery (S. F.), dwl Caledonia Av. 
nr Telegraph Av. 

Gregory James W., stair builder George M. Blair, dwl NE cor Fifth 
and Brush. 

Gregory Lewis, mining stocks (S. F.), dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Fil- 
bert and Linden, W. O. 

Gressli Henry, carver, dwl 563 Seventh. 

Grieser John, bootmaker, 412 Seventh. 

Grierson James, draughtsman, dwl 1050 West Third. 

Grieves Matthew, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Cedar bet Goss and 
Short, W. O. 

Gribbons Timothy, laborer, dwl SW cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 

Griffin Charles, porter C. P. R. R., dwl Seventh bet Clay and Wash- 
ington. 

Griffin George J., dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Griffin G. A., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Griffin James, carpenter, dwl NW cor Twelfth and West. 

Griffin John H., bricklayer, dwl W s Sixth Av. bet East Sixteenth 
and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Griffin John S. (Bromley & G.), dwl SW cor Twelfth and Broad- 
way. 

Griffith Archibald, farmer, dwl Thirtieth nr Magnolia. 

Griffith Samuel, butcher, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

Griggs Edward, plasterer, dwl 462 Fifth. 

Griggs N. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 462 Fifth. 

Grigsby D., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Grimes George, joiner C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Grimes Ja<tf)b, teamster James Larue, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 



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194 OAKLAND [G] DIRECTORY. 

Grimme Charles T., clerk McCrum & Cushing, dwl Webster bet 

Sixth and Seventh. 
Grim wood Adolphus D., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl K s Adams 

Av. bet town line and Fruit Vale. 
Grinder Frederick, laborer, dwl Chestnut nr Twenty-eighth. 
Grindersen Hans, ship carpenter, dwl W s Lewis bet West Third 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Griniger Louis, tanner, dwl 782 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Grinnell William E., salesman McCrum & Cushing, dwl NE cor 

Twenty-sixth and West. 
Griswold George G., carpenter, dwl 613 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Griswold Thomas, farmer, dwl E s Linden nr Twenty-eighth. 
Grogan Bernard, laborer, dwl 464 Third. 

Grogan Edward, grocer, dwl SW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove. 
Grogan James, driver, dwl NW cor Second and Madison. 
Grogan William, dwl 810 Market bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Grondona Domingo, vegetable gardener, dwl N s Wood bet West 

Twelfth and West Fourteenth, W. O. 
Grondona Joseph, dwl N s Wood bet Lincoln and West Twelfth, 

w. o. 

Gross Abram, stableman, dwl Chase bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Gross J. F., market, S s Railroad Av. bet Wood and Pine, dwl SE 

cor Chase and Wood, W. O. 
Gross William, proprietor Oakland Marble Works, Broadway and 

Fourteenth, dwl cor Cypress and Fifteenth, W. 0. 
Grosso W. C. (Grosso & May), dwl Bartlett House. 
GROSSO & MAY (W. C. Grosso and E. A. May), importers hard- 
ware, crockery, agricultural implements, etc., 1008 Broadway, 

and S s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Wood, W. O. 
Groth John, packer Jacob Sanims, dwl 362 Fourth. 
Grotheer Frederick, lumberman, dwl Seventeenth bet Cypress and 

Center. 
Grover Ira E., farmer, dwl cor Market and Twenty-fourth. 
Grover S. B. (widow), midwife, dwl 603 Franklin. 
GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES, P. E. Davis agent, 

office 1012 Broadway. 
Groves M., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Gruber J., bookkeeper Jacob Samm, dwl 609 Clay. 
Gruber James, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Gruen John (Hand & G.), dwl 913 Grove. 
Gruenenger Louis, tanner, dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Nineteenth 

and Twentieth avs, E. O. 
Gudgeon Richard, carpenter, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Guerren Oscar, gasfitter Frederick Schimmelpfennig Jr., dwl 703 

East Twelfth, E. O. 
Guibord Celina Miss, dwl S s Eighth bet Castro and Grove. 
Guinn Francis, laborer, dwl W s West Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Guinn John, bootmaker, dwl Mansion House, E. O. ' 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 195 

Gunderson Hans, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Gunn John C. , master mariner, dwl N W cor Twenty-fourth and San 

Pablo Av. 
Gunnison H., laborer C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Gunter C. H., mariner, dwl Peralta nr Thirty-sixth. 
Guppy Alonzo R., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Seventh bet Castro 

and Grove. 
Guptil Edwin A., butcher, E s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty-fourth, 

dwl N s Twenty-fourth nr Telegraph Av. 
Gurin Thomas, engineer, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Gurnett Albert G., stock broker (S. F.), dwl SE cor Fourth Av. and 

East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Gurnett William J., real estate, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Broadway 

and Telegraph Av. 
Gustas A., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Guthe 0., tanner Crist &, Rued, dwl NE cor Twenty-first Av. and 

East Twelfth, E. O. 
Guthick Frank, hackman Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 
Guthrie Nathaniel, carpenter, dwl N s Chase bet Willow and Canp- 

bell, W. O. 
Guthrie Samuel, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet Wood 

and Pine, W. O. 
Guy Edward, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Guy William, marble cutter (S. F.), dwl 812 West Third, W. O. 
Guyot Antoine, peanut stand, cor Broadway and Seventh, dwl Sec- 
ond bet Broadway and Franklin. 
Gwinn L., plasterer, dwl E s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, W. O. 



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Haas Cristopher, laborer, dwl 661 Franklin. 

Haas William, painter, dwl 866 Broadway. 

Haase W. P., painter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Hackett David, laborer, dwl 517 Fourth. 

Hackett Edward, captain C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, dwl 
Grand Central Hotel. 

Hackett John, captain c. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, dwl E s 
Clay bet Seventh and Eighth. 

Hackett Patrick, mason, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 

Hackett Walter, mate C. P. 11. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, dwl 513 
Ninth. 

Haelke H. L., landscape gardener, dwl SE cor Brush and Second, W. O. 

Hagan Peter, baker Thdlmson Bros., dwl 416 Seventh. 

Hagan W. H, carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Twenty-second. 

Haggerty John, meter setter Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl E s Frank- 
lin bet First and Water. 

Haggerty James, lather, dwl E s New Broadway bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth. 

Hahn William, butcher, dwl 322 Second. 



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Haight H. H., president Oakland Gas Light Co., office NE cor First 

and Washington, res Alameda. 
Haile Fannie Miss, milliner Mrs. M. A. Tatterson, res Alameda. 
Haines A. M., carpenter, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 
Haines Ellis A, capitalist, dwl 277 Tenth. 
Hake F., bootfitter, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Campbell and Willow, 

w. o. 

Haldane Mrs., dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Hale Frederick, carpenter, dwl W s Adeline nr Twentieth. 

Hale Henry, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s East Seventeenth bet Elev- 
enth and Twelfth avs, E. O. 

Hale Lucy A. Miss, teacher music Golden Gate Academy, dwl Plym- 
outh Av. bet Broadway and Telegraph avs. 

Hale Thomas, mason, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Peralta, W. 0. 

Haley James F., dwl 215 Ninth. 

Haley John, quai*ryman Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Haley Patrick, trackman C. P. R. P., dwl N s Twenty-first bet Curtis 
and West. 

Haley Peter, trackman C. P. P. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Haley Robei't, cai-penter Burnham, Standeford & Co., res Alameda. 

Halinan Patrick, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

w. o. 

Halkie Leopold, gardener, dwl 729 Second cor Brush. 

Hall A., fireman C. P. R, R., dwl Star House, W. O. 

Hall Charles W., clerk Bruning Brothers, dwl 833 Broadway. 

Hall D. K., painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel. 

Hall Edward L., dwl 602 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Hall Edward M. (Hall & Charles, S. F.), dwl 1155 Jackson. 

Hall Elizabeth (widow), dressmaker, dwl 370 Second. 

Hall Frank, compositor, dwl N s Brown nr San Pablo Av. 

Hall F. S., compositor Signs of the Times, dwl 161 Seventh. 

Hall George C, teacher Golden Gate Academy, dwl Plymouth Av. 
bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

Hall Hannah H. (widow), dwl N s Twenty-sixth nr Grove. 

Hall Henry C, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl 371 Eighth. 

Hall Jacob A., foreman lumberyard C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester 
bet West Third and West Fifth, W. (1 

Hall James, merchant (S. F.), dwl NW cor Chestnut and Eighteenth. 

Hall James H., dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Hall Joel, dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Hall John, painter, dwl 367 Eighth. 

Hall Joseph M., foreman Alameda" Macadamizing Co. 

Hall Lizzie Miss, teacher music, dwl E s Linden bet West Tenth 
and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Hall Mary Ward Mrs., teacher Golden Gate Academy, dwl Plym- 
outh Av. bet Broadway and Telegraph avs. 

Hall Michael, waiter R. S. Bailey & Co., Oakland Wharf, res San 
Francisco. 

Hall Richard, yardman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 



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Hall Richard B., attorney at law, dwl 161 Seventh. 

Hall R. R, yardman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Hall Thomas, farmer, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 

Hall T. P., painter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Hall W. H, printer, dwl 461 Ninth. 

Hall William, carpenter, dwl N s Alden nr San Pablo Av. 

HALL WILLIAM M., proprietor Charter Oak Hotel, S s Rail- 
road Av. bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 

Hallahan Florence, merchant tailor, N s East Twelfth bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 

Hallahan James, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl SjE cor Clay and Third. 

Hallahan James, laborer, dwl S s Third bet Castro and Brush. 

Hallahan John, laborer, dwl 529 Third. 

Hallahan Michael, painter, dwl 371 Fourth. 

Hallahan Thomas, paper carrier H. C. Hollub, dwl cor Third and 
Grove. 

Hallet Amos, carpenter, dwl N s Cedar bet Goss and Short, W. O. 

Halley Joseph, compositor, dwl 171 Eighth. 

Halley William, journalist Evening Tribune, dwl 171 Eighth. 

Halley William Jr., compositor, dwl 171 Eighth. 

Halliday Benjamin, carriagemaker, dwl 1054 Franklin. 

Hallinan Thomas, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Halloran Margaret (widow), dwl W s Curtis nr Twenty-first. 

Halloran Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 
and Cedar, W. 0. 

Halloran Maurice, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Halloran Michael, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Halm George S., dwl S s Eighth bet Adeline and Union. 

Halman Richard, gardener John Garber, dwl W s Linden bet West 
Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Hainan Thomas, car repairer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Halpin Denis, coachman, dwl SW cor Fiftlsand Harrison. 

Halpin John, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Halsted James M., agent Singer Sewing Machine, 1015 Broadway, 
dwl 713 Tenth. 

Halborsen John, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Ham J. H. (widow), dwl S s East Sixteenth bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth avs, E. O. 

Hamb William, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl E s Henry bet West Fifth 
and Railroad Av., W. O. 

Hamann George, laundryman C. I^artenscky, N s Twelfth bet Cen- 
ter and Kirkham, W. O. 

Hamel Peter, carpenter, dwl W s Washington bet Third and Fourth. 

Hamer Clifton, harnessmaker C. B. Sheer, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Hamilton Ada A. Miss, principal Harrison St. Primary School, dwl 
760 Eleventh. 

Hamilton Francis B., laborer, dwl N" s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 

Hamilton George, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Hamilton James, dwl W s Linden bet Eighteenth and Twentieth. 



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Hamilton L. Rev., pastor Independent Presbyterian Church, dwl 
1165 Jackson. 

Hamilton Mary L. (widow), dwl N s Eighth bet Kirkham and Cen- 
ter, W. O. 

Hamilton Noble, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl W s Jackson bet 
Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 

Hamilton Thomas, agent, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-fourth and Twen- 
ty-sixth. 

Hamilton William B., clerk, dwl W s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake 
Merritt. 

Hamilton William H., carriagemaker 1064 Thirteenth Av., dwl SW 
cor Sixteenth Av. and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Hammer Gilroy, miner, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Hammers Diedrich, saddler, 623 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Hammond E., salesman, dwl Fifteenth nr Kirkham, W. 0. 

Hammond Edward, tinsmith, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 

w. o. 

Hammond Henry, dwl 818 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Hammond James, carpenter, dwl 472 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Hammond William, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Eighth 

bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Hampel Andrew, blacksmith Henry Hampel, dwl 1120 Sixteenth 

Av., E. O. 
Hampel Conrad F., bakery, 759 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Hampel Henry, blacksmith Sohst Bros., dwl 357 Eighth. 
Hampel Henry, liquor saloon, 775 East Twelfth, and blacksmith, 

801 East Fourteenth, dwl 1120 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 
Hampel H. F., blacksmith, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Hampton John, proprietor Oakland Nursery, cor Telegraph A v. and 

Twenty-second. 
Hanavan Hugh, varnisher, dwl W s West nr Twenty-second. 

Hanchett , piano turler Kohler, Chase & Co., dwl Mansion House. 

Hand Patrick, hostler Amos White, dwl West nr Fourteenth. 
Hand W. B., clerk, dwl N s Fourteenth bet Webster and Franklin. 
Handcock Franklin, agent, dwl N s West Eighth, bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. O. , 

Handy Andrew M., carpenter, dwl 1023 West Third, W. O. 
Handy J. B., junk store, 424 Third. 

Handy Richard, carpenter, dwl 1023 West Third, W. O. 
Haney Archibald, foreman Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl Union 

Hotel, E. O. 
Haney Emma Miss, seamstress James M. Halsted, dwl S s Sixth, 

bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Haney John, painter, dwl Star House. 
Haney Timothy, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Seventh bet Brush 

and Market. 
HANIFIN JEREMIAH J., liquor saloon, cigars and tobacco, 

NW cor Broadway and Seventh. 
Hanley George, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 



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HANLEY WILLIAil, saddler and harnessmaker, 1082 Four- 
teenth Av., dwl 709 East Twelfth, E. O 

Hanlin Johanna, domestic Jesse S. Wall, SW cor Tenth and Clay. 

Hanlock H., butcher, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 

Hanly Patrick, shoemaker, dwl 761 Castro. 

Hannaford Edward T., miller, dwl N s West Fifth bet Center and 
Chester. 

Hannah John, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'sstm tug Rival, W. 0. 

Hannan James (Cochran <£• II.), dwl 1114 Tenth Av., E. O. 

Hannavan Philip, machine hand Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 
cor Third and Washington. 

Hannesse Adam Victor, gardener, office 420 Ninth, dwl 303 Second. 

Hannon Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Rail- 
road House, W. O. 

Hansen Albert F, watchmaker 681 East Twelfth, dwl 677 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Hansen Andrew, cabinetmaker Schreiber & Meyer, dwl cor Eighth 
and Broadway. 

Hansen Asmus, dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, W. O. 

Hansen Charles, laborer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Hanson B. E., laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

Hanson Charles, bookkeeper, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth. 

Hanson Christian, laborer, dwl SW cor Castro and Sixth. 

Hanson Christopher, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific 
Railroad House, W. O. 

Hanson Clarence S. (Hanson & Smith), dwl NE cor Delger and San 
Pablo Av. 

Hanson Dewitt, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Feriy Wharf. 

Hanson Hiram, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Hanson Howell, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Hanson Jefferson, hostler, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore. 

Hanson Jens, coachman, dwl E s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth. 

Hanson John A., gardener, dwl junction Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 

Hanson Marcus, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Twelfth bet Center 
and Kirkham, W. O. 

HANSON & SMITH (Clarence S. Hanson & G. F. Smith), car- 
penters and builders, 1008 Franklin. 

Hanzo August, cook, dwl NW cor Cedar and Goss, W. O. 

Harcourt , dwl 969 Castro. 

Hard Frank, laborer C. P. R. »., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Hardemeyer William, flagman C. P. R. R., Alice St. Crossing. 

Harden Frank, drug clerk Bartholomew Morgan,- dwl 718 Filbert. 

Harden John B., carpenter, dwl 718 Filbert. 

Harder O, carpenter, dwl cor Sixth and Webster. 

Harding August, dwl 416 Tenth. 

Harding O, laborer, dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 

Harding Gustave, grocer, dwl 416 Tenth. 

Hardmeyer William, switchman C. P. R. R. Alice St., res Alameda. 



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Fresh milk cream and butter milk, wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



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Hardwick George, rancher, dwl Twelfth nr Center, W. 0. 

Hardy Jacob (McLean & H., S. F.), dwl S s Eleventh bet Castro 

and Grove. 
Hardy Lewis, painter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Curtis and West. 
Hardy Lowell J., real estate, dwl 715 Market. 
Hardy Daniel, mining, dwl 211 Twelfth. 

Hardy Thomas, mining, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Brush and West. 
HARDY WILLIAM B., books, stationery, newspapers, etc., 959 

Broadway, dwl SW cor Franklin and Durant. 
Harent John, carpenter, dwl 957 Franklin. 
Harfet Herman, ship carpenter C. P. B. B., W. 0. 
Harder Mifflin Be v., dwl S s Adams Av. bet town line and Fruit 

Vale. 
Harkins Patrick, laborer, dwl NW cor Linden and Twenty-second. 
Harley Michael F., carpenter, dwl S s Third bet Castro and Brush. 
Harlow William S., local editor Oakland News, dwl 954 Broadway. 
Harlow William S. Mrs., furnished rooms, 954 Broadway. 
Harman John, trackman C. P. B. B., W. O. 
Harmon A. K. P., president mining companies (S. F.), dwl SE cor 

Twenty-second and Webster. 
Harmon John B., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl W s Jackson bet 

Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 
Harmon Bichard E., bookkeeper, dwl 307 Second. 
Harnedy Peter, deck hand G. P. B. B. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Harney James W., machinist Ives, Scoville & Co., dwl Eureka 

Hotel. 
Harney John, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 
Harney Batrick,* laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 
Harrel Alfred (Harrel & Gruen), dwl Telegraph Av. nr Elm. 
Harrell Thomas, sheepshearer, dwl Thirty-seventh nr San Pablo Av. 
Harrel & Gruen (Alfred Harrel and John Gruen), bakery 709 Broad- 
way. 
Harrigan John, trackman C. P. B. B., dwl West Oakland House, 

W. O. 
Harrington Chai'les F., painter, dwl 360 Seventh. 
Harrington Dennis, laborer C. P. B. B.,dwl Bailroad Exchange, W. O. 
Harrington P., dwl cor Twenty-eighth and Market. 
Harrington Timothy, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl W s 

Market bet West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Harrington William C, physician, dwl 403 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Harris Brothers (Jacob and Joseph), clothiers and merchant tailors, 

903 Broadway. 
Harris C. H, carpenter, dwl 521 Fourth. 

Harris Edwin (Poole & H, S. F.), dwl NW cor Oak and Sixth. 
Harris Henry, dwl E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Harris Isaiah, porter C. P. R. B., dwl S s West Fifth bet Filbert 

and Myrtle, W. O. 
Harris J. H, salesman (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Harris Jacob (Harris Brothers), dwl Seventh nr Franklin. 



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Harris John, clerk, dwl E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Harris H., assistant secretary State University, dwl S s Twenty- 
second bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 

Harris Joseph (Harris Brothers), dwl 569 Seventh. 

Harris Laird, carpenter, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

Harris Mumfred, white washer, dwl 214 Fifth. 

Harris Sabin, farmer, dwl SE cor Twelfth and Harrison. 

Harris Stephen B., miner, dwl E s Eighth Av. bet East Sixteenth 
and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Harris William, clerk, dwl E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth. ' 

Harrison A., engineer C. P. R. P., res Sacramento. 

Hari'ison Benjamin A., dwl N s Caledonia A v. bet Grove and Tele- 
graph Av. 

Harrison Dominick, laborer C. P. P. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. 0. 

Harrison Gustave ( Kittredge & H.), dwl Telegraph Av. 

Harrison Gtistavus, grocer, dwl 962 Clay. 

Harrison Henry E., mariner, dwl S s East Sixteenth bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth avs., E. O. 

Harrison Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Harrison R., dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

Harrison R. H, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 
Adeline, W. O. 

Harrison Robert J. (Richards & H., S. F.), dwl 612 Third. 

Harrison T. G, clerk Bowen Brothers, dwl Clay bet Ninth and 
Tenth. 

Harrison William G., merchant (S. F.), dwl S s Eighteenth bet Tele- 
graph and San Pablo avs. 

Harrod Joseph, porter C. P. R. R., dwl 271 Sixth. 

Hart Charles, searcher records (S. F.), dwl NW cor Pine and Sew- 
• ard, W. O. 

Hart Charles L., conductor freight train C. P. R. R., dwl N s Wil- 
liam bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

Hart George, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl Grand Western Hotel, 
W. O. 

Hart James, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl 409 Seventh. 

Hart John, dairyman Sterry Walker, Peidmont Spring Road nr town 
line, E. O. 

Hart Michael, carpenter, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Hart Richard, waiter, dwl SW cor Twelfth Av. and East Seven- 
teenth, E. O. 

Hart Timothy, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Harte P., carpenter, dwl Chestnut nr Twenty. eighth. 

Hartey John A., blacksmith M. W. Allen, dwl SW cor Franklin 
and Eleventh. 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO., William H. Jordan 
agent, office 921 Broadway. 

Hartley Frank, clerk, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and Willow, W. 0. 



For Ice Cream Freezers go to J. S. G. GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



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Hartley Jane Mrs. , cook Peder Sather, N s Twelfth bet Grove and Castro. 

Hartman H. , carpenter 0. P. P. R. , dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 
W. 0. 

Hartman John, calker C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Harton Patrick, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Hartshorn H., ship carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 
W. O. 

Hartwig Theodore, marble worker, 853 Harrison. 

Harty Morris, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 1ST s Twenty-first bet Curtis 
and West. 

Harvey G., teamster, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Harvey Robert A., dwl SE cor Lincoln and Campbell, W. O. 

Harvey William, farmer, dwl SE cor Lincoln and Campbell, W. O. 

Harwood Amos, shoemaker, dwl 563 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Harwood William, wharfinger City Wharf, foot Webster, dwl 272 
Fourth. 

HARWOOD WILLIAM D., editor Oakland Transcript, office 911 
Broadway, dwl 272 Fourth. 

Haskell Randolph K., carpenter, SE cor West Third and Adeline, 
W. O. 

Haskell W. W., special agent Home Mutual Insurance Co., res Ala- 
meda. 

Haskens C. H, tinsmith, dwl S s Fourteenth bet Market and West. 

Haskin E. W., manager Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph, office C. P. 
R. R. Depot, dwl Eighth bet Washington and Broadway. 

Haskins Abraham, clerk, dwl West Eighth nr Wood, W. O. 

HASKINS JOSEPH H., associate principal Golden Gate Academy, 
Plymouth Av. bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

Haskins S., carpenter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 

Haskins T., carpenter and builder, dwl Seventeenth bet Kirkkam 
and Cypress, W. O. 

Haskins Thomas, marble polisher, dwl E s Linden nr Thirtieth. 

Hassenger Samuel K., deputy assessor, office 462 Ninth, dwl Seven- 
teenth bet Grove and Jefferson. 

Hassett D. J., clerk, dwl E s Kirkham bet Ninth and Twelfth, 
W. O. 

Hastings Joseph, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Thirteenth Av. 
and East Fourteenth. 

Haswell D. J., painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Haswell Frederick B., secretary and business manager The Central 
Land Co., office 954 Broadway, dwl N s Brown bet Telegraph 
Av. and Grove. 

Hatch Albert, driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, dwl Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Hatch George, laborer, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and 
West Twentieth, W. O. 

Hatch Jabez, bookkeeper E. Hook, dwl 1165 Jackson. 

Hathaway A. P., carpenter, dwl N s Pine bet Division and Seward, 

w. o. 

Haugsted Andrew, waiter Haugsted & Peterson, dwl 851 Franklin. 



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Haugsted Louis (Haugsted & Peterson), dwl 851 Franklin. 

HAUGSTED & PETERSON (Louis Haugsted and F. Peterson), 
proprietors Cosmopolitan Restaurant, 861 Broadway, and Oys- 
ter Grotto, Seventh nr Broadway. 

Hauschildt Henry (F. Senram & Co.), dwl 503 Ninth. 

Havemeyer Nicholas, miner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 
and Pine, W. O. 

Haven Charles D., secretary Union Insurance Co. (S. F.), dwl N s 
West Eighth bet Adeline and Linden. 

Haven Frederick D., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Ade- 
line and Linden. 

Haven Joseph, carpenter, dwl Myrtle nr Twenty-seventh. 

Haven Thomas, bricklayer, dwl Adeline nr West Twenty-second, 
W. O. 

Haven W. F., dwl 563 Eleventh. 

Havens Albert, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s San Pablo Av. bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth. 

Havens C. D., clerk, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

HAVENS HENRY H. (J. F. and H H Havens), dwl 1057 Wash- 
ington. 

Havens Henry H., machine bagmaker (S. F.), dwl S s East Six- 
teenth bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. 0. 

HAVENS J. F. & H. H., attorneys at law, office 1069 Broad- 
way. 

Havens Jolm F. (J. F. & H. H Havens), dwl Eighteenth bet Castre 
and Brush. 

Havey James, laborer, dwl N s Alden nr San Pablo Av. 

Hawes Benjamin, insurance agent (S. F.), dwl 1119 Jefferson. 

Hawes George, clerk, dwl 832 Market. 

Hawes George H, ruffer Manhattan Marble Co., dwl NE cor Sixth 
and Market. 

Hawes John, engineer, dwl NW cor Linden and Twenty-second. 

Hawes Madison, dwl 769 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Hawes Oliver, insurance agent (S. F.), dwl 1119 Jefferson. 

Hawes W., carpenter, dwl Market nr Twenty-fourth. 

Hawkett A. W., miner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 
W. 0. 

Hawkett William G., clerk, dwl N s Railroad *k. v. bet Cedar and 
Pine, W. O. „ 

Hawkins Elisha, live stock dealer, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Hawkins H. E., laborer, dwl 520 Second. 

Hawkins Thomas, laborer, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Hawkins Thomas, blacksmith (S. F.), dwl W s Willow bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth, W. O. 
Hawley C. H., carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Hawley C. J., merchant (S. F.), dwl SW cor Seventh Av. and East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
Hawley Clara. Miss, teacher Grove St. School, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Hawthorn Joseph, molder, dwl W s Elm nr College Av. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



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Hay Harmon A., laundry, S s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Cedar, 

w. o. 

Haycock James F. (J. F. Haycock & Go., S. F.J, dwl 65 Seventh. 

Hayden James, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl 732 Filbert. 

Hay dock R. M., dwl E s Grove nr Fifth. 

Hayes Charles D., jeweler, dwl 716 Ninth. 

Hayes Curtis, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union 
and Kirkham, W. 0. 

Hayes Edward T., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market and 
Curtis. 

Hayes John, clerk Charles L. Taylor, res Alameda. 

Hayes John B., gardener, dwl E s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth. 

Hayes Michael, groceries, SW cor Market and "West Fifth, W. O. 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Adeline and Twenty-eighth. 

Hayes Patrick, liquor saloon, 720 Broadway cor Fourth. 

Hayes Thomas J. (Main & Winchester, S. F.J, dwl E s San Pablo Av. 
bet Twentieth and Twenty-first. 

Hayes William O., freight clerk C. P. R. R, dwl W s Myrtle* bet 
West Eighth and West Tenth. 

Hayes W. O., tallyman C. P. R. R. Oakland Ferry Wharf, W. O. 

Haynes Austin, clerk (S. F.), dwl NW cor Seventh Av. and East 
Nineteenth, E. O. 

Haynes Benjamin, merchant, dwl N s East Nineteenth bet Fifth 
and Sixth avs, E. O. 

Hays E. B., carpenter, dwl 582 Fourth. 

Hays John, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Hays Mathew, salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., dwl 1057 Washing- 
ton. 

Hazel Cyrus, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 

Hazelton Charles H, dwl N s East Nineteenth bet Fifth and Sixth 
avs, E. O. 

Head Edward C. Mrs., Kintergarten School cor Twelfth and Ade- 
line, dwl 210 Seventh. 

Head Edward F., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 210 Seventh. 

Headley M. R., carriage painter John O. N. Smith, dwl 210 Eighth. 

Heald Allen, live stock dealer, dwl 1120 Ninth Av., E. O. 

Healey Jeremiah, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Healey John, calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Healey Patrick, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl William bet Cedar 
and Pine, W. O. 

Healey Stephen, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Healing James, painter, dwl N s West Third bet Lewis and Henry, 
W. O. 

Healing S., joiner C. P. R. R, W. O. 

HEALTH OFFICER, George. E. Sherman, M.D., office basement 
City Hall. 

Healy Jesse, Pacific Rubber Paint Co. (S. F.), dwl 821 Washington. 

Healy John, telegraph operator, dwl- 821 Washington. 



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HEALY M. J., merchant tailor, 1056 Broadway, dwl Webster bet 

Eighth and Ninth. 
Hearn Peter, carpenter, dwl 1021 Eranklin. 

Heath Belle Miss, retoucher Dunham & Lathrop, dwl NE cor Web- 
ster and Fourteenth. 
Heath Chester, dentist, office 1068 Broadway, dwl NE cor Webster 

and Fourteenth. 
Heath Daniel L., carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. ' 
Heath Frank W., clerk J. S. Crosley, dwl NE cor Fourteenth and 

Webster. 
Heath James,. traveling agent (S. F.), dwl W s Willow bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth, W. O. 
Heath James A. (Heath, Gallopp & Co., S. F.), dwl N s Fifteenth 

bet Market and West. 
Heaton Warren D., real estate agent (S. F.), dwl 2084 Webster. 
Hearn Patrick, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Hearty John, blacksmith, dwl 957 Franklin. 
Hease Cornelius, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Hercard Henry A., dwl W s Clay bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Hebrew Benevolent Society, D. S. Hirshberg secretary, office 1103 

Broadway. 
Hecker Abraham, carpenter, dwl Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 

ham, W. O. 
Heckmann Francis, bootmaker I. Alexander, dwl 855 Harrison. 
Hector Adolph, waiter R. S. Bailey & Co., dwl Willow bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 
Hefferan M., pile driver C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Hefty Mathias, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 806 

Franklin. 
Heidtmann Henry, blacksmith Henry Hollis, dwl 1010 Franklin. 
Heiling James, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Heinle Frederick Rev., dwl N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice. 
Heinze August, upholsterer, dwl 707 Broadway. 
Held Ernest, hairdressing and bathing saloon, 418 Eleventh, dwl 

W s Broadway nr Twenty-second. 
Held John, barkeeper Held & Neller, dwl cor Twenty-second and 

New Broadway. 
Held Justus (Held & Neller), dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty- 
fourth. 
HELD k NELLER (Justus Held and Leopold Neller), liquor 

saloon, cigars and tobacco, 1100 Broadway. 
Helbercolt William, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Helldrake J., laborer California Bridge and Building Co. 
Helleker Peter, laborer, dwl E s New Broadway bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth. 
Hellerman E. H, tailor John Carter, dwl 172 Sixth. 
Hellman Charles, barkeeper G. A. Borkhardt, dwl 462 Sixth. 
HELMER WILLIAM, undertaker, 914 Broadway, dwl 919 Alice. 
Helverson John, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Division bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 



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Hemphill Charles F., accountant, dwl 759 Sixth. 

Hemphill Henry, bricklayer, dwl 759 Sixth. 

Hemphill Ion, carpenter, dwl 759 Sixth. 

Hemphill Lewis, baker, dwl 759 Sixth. 

Hemphill Uriah, dwl 759 Sixth. 

Hempy B., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Fifteenth bet Center and Cy- 
press, W. 0. 

Hems worth J., mate C. P. R. P. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 

Henan James, laborer, dwl -109 Seventh. 

Hendershot William ( Hendershot &• Lange), dwl E s San Pablo Av. 
nr Alden. 

Hendershot & Lange (William Hendershot and Theodore Lange), 
butchers, E s San Pablo Av. nr Alden. 

Henderson Bessie Miss, dressmaker, dwl NW cor Chester and "West 
Third, W. 0. 

Henderson C, dwl Union bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth, 
W. 0. 

Henderson David M., bookkeeper, dwl NE cor Walton and West. 

Henderson H, carpenter, dwl Nineteenth bet Cypress and Kirkkani, 
W. 0. 

Henderson H. L., teacher mathematics Golden Gate Academy, dwl 
Academy Hill. 

Henderson H. P., ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Division bet 
Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Henderson M., gardener, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Market. 

Henderson N., carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Henderson Thomas N., patternmaker, dwl S s Laurel bet Telegraph 
Av. and Broadway. 

Henderson Thomas H., secretary Renton Coal Co. (S. F.), dwl 767 
Alice. 

Hendricks Joseph, waiter Richard Watts, NE cor Railroad Av. and 
Bay, W. O. 

Hendrickson George, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Hendry R. Mrs., dressmaker, 1011 Franklin. 

Hendry Watson, clerk, dwl 1011 Franklin. 

Heney Dennis, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Henken John F., wines and liquors, SE cor Eighteenth Av. and 
East Fourteenth, dwl 1126 Eighteenth Av., E. O. 

Henley William, dwl 365 Second. 

Hennell Mrs. (widow), boarding, NW cor East Ninth and Fifth Av., 
E. 0. 

Henneman David, carpenter, dwl E s Myrtle bet Twelfth and Four- 
teenth. 

Hennessy Michael J., laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 
Adeline, W. O. 

Hennessy Morris, currier and tanner, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and 
Cedar, W. 0. 

Hennessy P., nurseryman, dwl San Pablo Av. junction of Adeline. 

Hennyg John B., carpenter, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lin- 
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Hennings Martin A., clerk C. P. R. R., dwl W s Center bet West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. 0. 
Henon William, bricklayer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Curtis and 

West. 
Henrietta Frank, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
HENRY ASHMAN C, president Union National Gold Bank, 

office SE cor Broadway and Ninth, dwl W s Harrison bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth. 
Henry Charles E. ( Weidmore, H. & Co.), dwl N s William bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. 0. 
Henry Edwin, dwl W s Kirkham bet West Eleventh and West 

Twelfth, W. 0. 
Henry George, brakeman C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Henry John H, carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl N s William 

bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Henry Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Henry Stephen, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Henry Thomas, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Henseler Joseph, farmer, dwl SW cor Sixteenth and Kirkham, W. O. 
Henseler William J., farmer, dwl SW cor Sixteenth and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Hensey John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Hensey Samuel, engineer C. P. R. R., res Sacramento. 
Henshaw E. T., bookkeeper Taylor & Co., dwl 941 Myrtle, W. 0. 
Henshaw Frederick W., student, dwl 941 Myrtle, W. O. 
Henshaw William G, student, dwl 941 Myrtle, W. O. 
Hensley John, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-eighth bet Linden and 

Filbert. 
Hensley John, carpenter, dwl 364 Fourth. 
Hensworth Michael, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, 

dwl 409 Seventh. 
Henwood Emily J., music teacher, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Heppner Philip, cigars and tobacco, 831 Broadway. 
Herbe A., dwl 620 Second. 
Herbert Edward, tailor Samuel Francis, dwl NE cor Ninth and 

Franklin. 
Herbert E. W. H, carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl Seventeenth 

bet Market and West. 
Herbst August, carpenter, dwl 667 Fifth. 
Herdt Christian, dwl 807 Jefferson. 

Herdtner William, butcher Michael Goldsticker, dwl S s East Four- 
teenth bet Nineteenth and Twentieth avs, E. O. 
Herget Emile W., mill hand, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and 

West. 
Herget Henry, stableman, dwl 860 Broadway. 
Herlihy Timothy, marble polisher, dwl S s Eighth bet Campbell and 

Peralta, W. O. % 

Herman H, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 



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The Leading Institution of Business Training on the Pacific Coast. 

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This is the only school in San Francisco that makes a Business Education its distinct and separate 
specialty. Its teachers are competent and experienced. Its pupils are from the best class of young 
men in the State. It is under the very best discipline. Its Scholarships are good in the thirty-six 
Bryant k Stratton Colleges. It employs four of the best penmen in the State. It has the largest 
rooms, the largest attendance, and the most complete system of business training, of any commercial 
school on the Pacific. 

YOUNG MEN AND LADIES 

Wishing to prepare themselves for the practical duties of life, -will find this the best school. Pupils 
learn just what they need to accomplish success, and do not meddle with superfluous studies. Each 
student receives separate instruction, and can thus advance as rapidly as desired, not being kept 
back by those more deficient. All persons passing the final examination in a satisfactory manner, 
will receive our finely-engraved Graduating Diploma. Graduates of this College are in demand 
among Business Men, and can readily find good positions. Such as are in good standing are assisted 
in obtaining situations, if desired. 

OUR BUSINESS COURSE 

Is especially adapted to the wants of young and middle-aged men, who wish to prepare for the active 
duties of life, whether as book-keepers, salesmen, merchants, bankers, professional men, or even 
farmers or mechanics. 

THEORY AND PRACTICE 

Are combined in such a manner as to make each a powerful help to the other. 

The Student Hugs, Sells, Ships, Barter*, Consigns, Discounts, Insures, Draws Cheeks, 
Notes, and Drafts, Gives leases. Deeds, etc., and goes through the entire routine of actual 
business. He becomes acquainted with changing books from Single to Double Entry, and vice versa, 
and also with Joint-Stock and Partnership Books, and every form and style of Book-Keeping practised 
in well regulated Business houses. ,Tohbina, Importing, Commission, and Hanking are 
carried on with the students of the other Colleges in the Association — thus fully illustrating the 
methods of carrying on business and keeping books when there are different currencies. The pupil 
becomes familiar with all the calculations and entries connected with Legal Tender and Gold 
transactions. 

SESSIONS CONTINUE DAY AND EVENING. 

Clerks, mechanics, and others engaged during business hours, can secure a sound Mercantile 
Education by attending evenings only. There are no class systems to keep the pupil back ; each can 
advance as rapidly as desired. No particular age or degree of advancement is required to enter the 
College. We have in operation an 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT, 

Where all the branches of aw ordinary English Education are taught, for those who are too young or 
not sufficiently advance,! for the Business Course. Visitors are always welcome at the College. 

FURTHER INFORMATION. 

Young men and young ladies should obtain full particulars regarding this useful Institute of 
Practical Education. Now is the time to get an education. Use the present, and you can trust in 
the future. Competent persons are wanted in all departments of industry. In order to learn all 
about this school, send for 

HEALD'S COLLEGE JOURNAL, 

Which is issued monthlv, by the College, and contains full particulars regarding the Course of Studies, 
Expenses, etc.; also, a large amount of interesting reading. It can be obtained, free of charge, either 
at the College Office, 2-1 Post Street, or by addressing 

E. P. HEALD, President Business College, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



emEtM@M 




24 POST STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



E. P. HEALD, 



F. C. WOODBURY, 



The design of this Institution is to impart to persons of both sexes a practical and useful Business 
Education. Young men are thoroughly fitted for Bankers, Merchants, Book-Keepers, Cashiers, 
Clerks and Salesmen by our great system of ACTUAL BUSINESS TRAININGS. By this 
system, the pupil receives while in the school the same practice in conducting business affairs that 
he would in a bona fide Bank, Office, or Counting-House. 



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Single and Double Entry Book-Keeping, 
Plain and Ornamental Penmanship, 
Commercial Arithmetic, 
Business Correspondence. 
Mercantile Law, 
Political Economy, 
Actual Business, 
Merchandising, 
Insurance, 
Banking. 



Mechanical Drawing, 
Modern Languages, 
Higher Mathematics, 
Phonography, 
Railroading, 
Surveying, 
Brokerage, 
Exchange, 
Jobbing, 
Mining, 



Custom House Business, 
Real Estate, 
Telegrapliy, 
Commission, 
Importing, 
Forwardinsr, 
Grammar, 
Rhetoric. 
Reading, 
Spelling. 



Til© SCHOOMfcO©]! and COUOTITO-EOOM 

Are united upon a plan that secures to the student all the practical advantages of each. There is 

in operation a Banking House, with Checks, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, 

Certificates of Deposit, etc., fully illustrating the banking business. 

The school-room is elegantly fitted up with 

MERCHANDISING, JOBBING and IMPORTING EMPORIUMS, 
GENERAL and NATIONAL BANKING OFFICES, 

COMMISSION, FORWARDING and REAL ESTATE, 

INSURANCE, EXPRESS and POST OFFICES, 



For full particulars regarding the College, Course of Studies, Expenses, etc., 

Call at the 

College Office, No. 24 Post Street, 

Or address for Circulars, 

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209 



Herman John, harnessmaker James Lentell, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Hermann Emil, barkeeper John Paul. 

Hermann Otto W., carpenter, dwl ISTW cor Heniy and "West Fifth, 

w. o. 

Heron Ernest A., clerk E. C. Sessions & Co., dwl E s Franklin bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

HeiT Edward, hackman, dwl 860 Broadway. 

Herr F., mill hand, dwl E s Filbert bet Eighteenth and Twenty- 
first. 

Herrick William A., clerk American Tract Society (S. F.), dwl SW 
cor Linden and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Herrick William F., bookkeeper Commercial Insurance Co. (S. F.), 
dwl SW cor Linden and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Hersey A. Mrs., dwl 473 Fourth. 

Hersey Edgar A. (Ives Scot Me £• Co.), dwl 473 Fourth. 

Hertz H, laborer, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 

Hertz Joseph, blacksmith Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl NE cor 
East Eleventh and Eighth Av., E. O. 

Hess George, miller Venus Flouring Mill, dwl NE cor Franklin and 
Third. 

Hess William, carriagemaker Sohst Bros., dwl 357 Eighth. 

Hess W. P., carriage painter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Hess Samuel, engineer, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 

Hesse Frederick G, professor State University, dwl 801 Jackson. 

Hesser Minna (widow), dwl 669 Fifth. 

Hessler Louis, trainer, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 

Hewes Charles W., bookkeeper, dwl SW cor Thirtieth and Grove. 

Hewett Moses D., carpenter, dwl 1012 Webster. 

Hewitt L. C, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Ade- 
line, W. O. 

Hewitt Samuel, dwl S s Eighth bet Adeline and Union, W. O. 

Hewston James, painter, dwl Star House, W. O. 

Heyer B. W., real estate, dwl NV cor Taylor and Pei-alta, W. O. 

Heyer Charles, coachman Col. S. Woods, NE cor Eighth and Jef- 
ferson. 

Heyer Henry (Paul & ff.J, dwl 1059 Franklin. 

Heyer Jacob, painter Farwell Sz Garrigan, dwl Eland House. 

Heynian Phillip P., hostler, dwl 561 Sixth. 

Hibbard Asa W, carpenter, dwl SE cor San Pablo Av. and Syca- 
more. 

Hibbard Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Hibbert E., carpenter, dwl Nineteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

Hibbert John, painter, dwl E s Myrtle nr Thirtieth. 

Hibernia Hall, 714 Broadway. 

Hicken John, machinist, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Hickey John, deck hand stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 

Hickey John, teamster Oakland Lumber Yard, dwl N s Spring nr 
Adeline. 



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Hickey John, stableman Charles E. Allen, dwl W s Julia N of Adams 
Av. 

Hickey L. F, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl Durant bet Telegraph Av. 
and Broadway. 

Hickey Patrick, watchman C. P. P. P., dwl E s Fifth bet East Fif- 
teenth and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Hickim Edward, dwl E s Peralta bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Hickman Isaac, blacksmith C. P. P. P., dwl N s Taylor bet Pine 
and Wood, W. O. 

Hicks Hugh E., printer (S. F), dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty- 
third. 

Higby Albert, laborer, dwl N¥ cor Twenty-first Av. and East 
Twenty-fifth, E. O. 

Higby William, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl NW cor Sixteenth and 
Chestnut. 

Higgins Bernhard, milkman, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

Higgins Dennis, laborer C. P. P. P., dwl E s Henry bet West Third 
and West Fifth, W. O. 

Higgins Roger, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Twelfth bet East 
Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. 0. 

Higgins Thomas, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

High William H., mining, dwl S s Thirteenth bet Castro and Brush. 

High William H. Jr., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s Thirteenth bet 
Castro and Brush. 

Hiland James, dwl 812 Brush. 

Hiland James, express wagon, E s Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, 
dwl N s Twenty-sixth, bet Grove and West. 

Hilbish Frank, student, dwl W s Market bet Tenth and Eleventh. 

Hilkert J. P., foreman C. P. P. P. lumber yard, dwl 909 Wash- 
ington, rear. 

Hill Arthur B., clerk (S. F), dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth, E. O. 

Hill Benjamin, C. P. R. P., clwl S s West Fifth bet Myrtle and 
Market, W. O. 

Hill Henry B., carpenter, dwl NE cor Eleventh and Center, W. O. 

Hill James Thomas, groceries and liquors, NW cor Nineteenth Av. 
and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Hill J. J., insurance agent, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and 
Filbert, W. O. 

Hill J. M., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl E s Kirkham bet Ninth and 
Tenth, W. O. 

Hill John, carpenter, dwl cor Market and Twenty-eighth. 

Hill John, watchman, dwl 467 Fourth. 

Hill John W., porter C. P. P. P., dwl S s West Fifth, bet Market 
and Myrtle, W. O. 

Hill Mark, shoemaker, dwl 467 Fourth. 

Hill Present, cook, dwl W s Chester bet West Third and West 
Fifth, W. O. 

Hill Roscoe, porter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Fifth bet Market and 
Myrtle, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 211 

Hill Samuel, blacksmith, dwl 459 Fourth. 

Hill Stephen, shoemaker, dwl 467 Fourth. 

Hill Thomas, machinist, dwl 467 Fourth. 

Hill William, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Hill William, pipemaker, dwl Eland House. 
Hill William H., manufacturer straw goods (S. F.), dwl SW cor 

Cedar and William, W. 0. 
Hill William H, pressman Oakland News, dwl 971 Washington. 
Hillbrand C, brakeman C. P. R, R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
HILLEBRAND HENRY, city treasurer and clerk, office 4 City 

Hall, dwl W s Broadway bet Twentieth and Twenty-first. 
Hillebrand J., blacksmith Oakland Railroad Co. 
Hillegass William (Shattuck & H.), res Berkeley. 
Hilling Henry, paper hanger and decorator Charles L. Taylor, dwl 

N s Durant bet Franklin and Webster. 
Hillman Henry, express wagon, SE cor Broadway and Seventh, dwl 

Fifteenth nr Grove. 
Hills Joel F., expressman, dwl NE cor Valley and Locust. 
Hillyer Theodore, blacksmith C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. O. 

Hilton Mrs. (widow), dressmaker, 691 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Hilton O, dwl NE cor Eighth and Webster. 

Hilton Charles W., bookkeeper McCrum & dishing, dwl SW cor 

Seventeenth and Jefferson. 
Hilton Stephen Rev., dwl W s Seventh Av. bet East Eighteenth 

and East Nineteenth, E. O. 
Hincheon John, sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl W s Broadway bet 

First and Water. 
Hinchman Charles H, plumber, dwl 415 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Hinchman Emanuel, vegetable dealer, dwl S s Thirteenth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Hindman E., dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Hindman Edward, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Hinds F. D., bookkeeper Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl NE cor 

West Eighth and Wood, W. O. 
Hinds S. E., painter, dwl N s West Eighth bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. O. 
Hindy George, machinist, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and 

Willow, W. O. 
Hines A., candy factory (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet Railroad Av. 

and Eighth, W. O. 
Hines Michael, laborer, dwl 515 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Hinton Griffith, teamster Sarpy & Barstow, dwl Telegraph Av. nr 

Moss Av. 
Hintz Louis J., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Hinz Carl, manufacturing tools (S. F.), dwl N s Eighth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Hirshberg Charles, book canvasser, dwl 409 Ninth. 
Hirshberg David, salesman Hirshberg & Greenbaum,dwl 710 Broadway 



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212 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Hirsliberg David S. (Farwell & H.), dwl 710 Broadway. 

Hirshberg Samuel [Hirshberg & Greenbaum), dwl 710 Broadway. 

HIRSHBERG & GREENBAUM (Samuel Hirshberg & Louis 
Greenbaum), clothing and furnishing goods, 871 Broadway. 

Hirshman William, carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and 
West Twelfth, W. O. 

Hirt John, baker Joseph Braustetter, dwl 908 Broadway. 

Hitchcock Henry E., carpenter, dwl W s Franklin bet Sixteenth, 
and Seventeenth. 

Hitchcock William B., turner Pacific Planing Mill, dwl cor Twenty- 
sixth and San Pablo Av. 

Hitzelberger William, porter Daniel Brannan, dwl SE cor Seven- 
teenth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Hitzenberger John, waiter Eureka Hotel. 

Hiver J. D., watchman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Hoag A. B., agent (S. F.), dwl S s Division bet Pine and Wood, 
W. O. 

Hoag Charles P., agent Eclipse Wind Mill, dwl 958 Grove. 

Hoag Jacob V., dwl 253 Eighth. 

Hoban Henry, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm tug Rival, W. O. 

Hobart John A., farmer, dwl S s Twenty-first bet San Pablo and 
Telegraph avs. 

Hobart John R., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Fifth Av. bet East Fifteenth 
and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Hobart Joseph B., fruit and produce, 685 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Hobbs Leavitt B., plasterer, dwl W s Fra n klin bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth. 

Hobbs P. R., dwl 700 Franklin. 

Hochkofler Rudolph, merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Alice cor Eight- 
eenth. 

Hodgdon Hartwell K., messenger Steere & Colby, NW cor Twelfth 
Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Hodgdon John, fruits and vegetables, 303 East Twelfth, dwl NE 
cor East Fourteenth and Twelfth Av., E. O. 

Hodge Charles, printer Oakland News, dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Hodges George, millwright, dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and Willow, 
W. O. 

Hodson John R, artist (S. F.), dwl 257 Eighth. 

Hoebner Charles, dwl 265 Ninth. 

Hoffman Benjamin T., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Twelfth bet 
Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 

Hoffman Christina Miss, cloakmaker Mrs. F. Slate, dwl Twenty- 
third bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

Hoffmann Charles S., carver and designer (S. F.), dwl 769 Eleventh. 

Hoffmann Louis, driver Engine Co. No. 2, dwl S s Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Washington. 

Hoffschneider William (Winterburn & Co., S. F.J, dwl E s Adeline 
bet West Seventh and West Eighth, W. O. 

Hogan Edmund, gardener, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Eighteenth. 

Hogan Edward W., clerk, dwl S s Second bet Alice and Jackson. 



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Hogan Henry, captain C. P. R. R. stm., dwl 1052 Thirteenth Av., 

E. O. 
Hogan James T., milkman, dwl N s Frederick bet Telegraph Av. 

and San Pablo Av. 
Hogan John, plasterer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Hogan Michael, miller, dwl West Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 
Hogan P., farmer, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Twelfth and West 

Fourteenth, W. O. 
Hogan Thomas G., merchant (S. F.), dwl W s Filbert bet West 

Twelfth and West Fourteenth, W. O. 
Hogan William, deck hand Swing Crew C. P. R. P., Oakland Ferry 

Wharf. 
Hogarty Joseph B., dwl Eleventh Av. bet East Fourteenth and 

East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Hoge C. C, clerk, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, 

w. o. 

Hoge Thomas, carpenter, E s Henry, bet West Third and West 
Fourth, W. O. 

Hohfeld Edward, teacher pianoforte, dwl W s Broadway bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-first. 

Holbrook Edwin L., bookkeeper Becht & Nicol, dwl 317 Eleventh. 

Holbrook John H, carpenter, dwl 850 Franklin. 

Holbrook S., carpenter, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Holcomb J., clerk I. Alexander, dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Holcomb Myron T., purchasing agent (S. F), dwl 1014 Webster. 

Holcomb Wesley B., lumber merchant (S. F), dwl 1009 Wash- 
ington. 

Holdsworth Benjamin, carpenter C. P. P. R., W. O. 

Holiday John McH, glovemaker and tanner, dwl 415 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Holladay Peter, mate stm Louise, dwl Railroad House, E. O. 

Holland Abram F, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl 711 Fifth. 

Holland A. F., porter C. P. R. R., dwl Sixth bet Castro and Brush. 

Holland Elizabeth Mrs., dwl E s Webster nr Sixteenth. 

Holland Henry A., clerk Peter Baker, dwl 260 Fifth. 

Holland John, laborer, dwl 764 Brush. 

Holland John C, plasterer, dwl 267 Sixth. 

Holland Orlando S., agent Home Mutual Insurance Co., dwl E s Tel- 
egraph Av. bet Locust and Elm. 

Holland Thomas, carpenter, dwl N" s West Sixteenth bet Cypress 
and Kirkham, W. O. 

Hollaran Michael, laborer, dwl 730 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Hollaran Moms, laborer, dwl 730 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Hollis Henry, blacksmith and wagonmaker, 1008 Franklin, dwl 
1010 Franklin. 

Hollis Jennie Mrs., ladies nurse, dwl SW cor Twelfth and Broadway. 

Hollister G. W., physician (S. F.), dwl N s West Eleventh bet 
Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Hollman Claus, groceries and liquors, NW cor Fifth and Castro, 
dwl 807 Castro. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Holloway George H., carpenter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Curtis and 

West. 
Hollub H. C, newspaper agent, office 855 Broadway, dwl cor 

Seventh and Harrison. 
Hollywood Andrew, laborer U. S. Custom House (S. F), dwl N s 

West Twelfth bet Campbell and Willow, W. O. 
Hollywood Joseph, inspector TJ. S. Custom House (S. F.), dwl N 

s West Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Holman Edward F., plumber and gas fitter John Spencer, res Ala- 
meda. 
Holman Frederick, dwl 711 Webster, rear. 
Holman Henry, clerk Nathan Rosenberg, res Alameda. 
Holman Rensselaer, mowing machines, dwl N s Eighth bet Alice 

and Harrison. 
Holmes A., blacksmith Ives Scoville & Co., dwl S s Second nr Clay. 
Holmes Gross C, dwl SE cor Twelfth Av. and East Fifteenth, E. 0. 
Holmes G. F., carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Holmes Isaac I., dwl S s Eighteenth bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 
Holmes J. E., carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and Clay. 
Holmes Howard S., dwl S s Eighteenth bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs. 
Holmes Maggie Miss, laundress Peder Sather, N s Twelfth bet 

Grove and Castro. 
Holmes P., laborer, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Holmes Thomas, carpenter, dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, 

W. O. 
Holmes William, cigar dealer, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Holt Charles H. (Holt Bros., S. F.), merchant, dwl N s Seventeenth 

bet Grove and Jefferson. 
Holt Newton, dwl E s Chester bet West Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Holtz Charles, upholsterer, dwl 567 Seventh. 
Holzhauer Antonia, dwl SE cor Jackson aud Seventh. 
Homer Charles E., bookkeeper (S. F), dwl 609 Tenth. 
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., Alameda County Branch 

(Fire, S. F), R. H. Magill, manager, H. A. Craig, secretary, 

office SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Home Security Building and Loan Association, Mack Webber pres- 
ident, George George secretary, office 1004 Broadway. 
Honen T., shoemaker, dwl Central Pacific Railroad House. 
Honer Joseph, shoemaker Levi Flint, dwl N s West Eighth E of 

Wood, W. O. 
Honish Alexander, upholsterer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Howell Mathias D., miner, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and 

Grove. 
Hood Allen, clerk, dwl N s Ninth bet Chester and Center, W. O. 
Hood C. W., carpenter, dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eight and West 

Ninth, W. O. 
Hood George J., wood and coal, N s East Twelfth bet Eighth and 

Ninth avs, dwl 419 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Hood W. D., joiner C. P. R. R, W. O. 



GORDON'S ice wagons supply families in Oakland and Alameda. 



0. P. S— Extra family and Graham flour, 416 Ninth, nr Bdwy— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 215 

Hooe H. S., salesman Jacob Greenhood, dwl cor Twelfth and Market. 

Hooey Samuel, painter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 

Hoogs William W., salesman Eben Johnson, dwl E s Broadway bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

HOOK ELIJAH, importer and manufacturer furniture, carpets and 
upholstery goods, 1067-1071 Broadway, dwl SW cor Tenth and 
Madison. 

Hook Joseph, millwright, dwl W s Sixth Av., bet East Seventeenth 
and East Eighteenth, E. O. 

Hooley Cornelius, painter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Hooley John, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Hooper Caroline Mrs., dressmaker, 408 Ninth. 

Hooper David, bootmaker F. W. Stevenson, dwl Ninth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Hoopes Thomas O, carpenter, dwl E s Telegraph Av. cor Twenty- 
second. 

Hope Delia (widow), dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Hope Edward, tillerman Relief H. & L. Co., O. F. D., dwl Ns Sixth 
bet Broadway and Washington. 

Hope Edward L., grainer, dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Hopkins E. F., painter, dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Hopkins Michael, plasterer, dwl 972 West Third, W. O. 

Hopkins P., porter, dwl W s West bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Hopkins St. John, physician, office and dwl 261 Fourth. 

Hopkins Thomas, shoemaker, dwl 759 Castro. 

Hopkins William E., captain U. S. Navy, dwl E s Broadway nr 
Twenty-ninth. 

Hopwood F. M., blacksmith Contra Costa Water Co. 

Horace Henry, laborer, dwl SW cor Brush and Seventh. 

Hord Seneth A. (widow), dwl 1015 Sixth Av., E. O. 

Hore Maurice, laborer, dwl 365 Tenth. 

Hornb lower E. A. Mrs., proprietress Grand Western Hotel, NW cor 
Railroad A v. and Wood, W. O. 

Horner M., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 
W. O. 

Hornung Pauline Mrs., dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 

Horr Mary E. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 516 Ninth. 

Horswill D. J., painter, dwl 516 Eighth. 

Horton George W, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Goss 
and Railroad Av., W. O. 

Horton J. A., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Horton James, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 
W. O. 

Horton Richard, groceries and liquors, S s Seventh nr Market, dwl 
667 Sixth. 

HOSKINS EDWARD, clerk Police Court, office 8 City Hall, dwl 
SW cor Jefferson and Fifth. 

Hoskins L., dwl N s West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 
W. O. 



STRICKLAND & CO. solicit a share of your custom at their store. 



E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, suburban residences for sale. 



216 OAKLAND H DIRECTORY. 

Hoskins William, notary public and commissioner deeds, office 921 

Broadway, dwl Eland House. 
Hosmer James, carpenter, dwl E s Harrison bet Seventh and Eighth. 
Hosmer Robert, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Host M., laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Hostetter Frank (Carrich & H.), dwl 1179 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
Hotaling Samuel, farmer, dwl E s Center bet West Fifteenth and 

West Sixteenth. 
Hotchkiss Samuel, carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, 

W. O. 
Hotchkiss Samuel, clerk, dwl West Thirteenth nr Kirkham, W. 0. 
Hotel de France, August Ohlig proprietor, 417 First. 
Hougen O. K., carpenter Burnliam, Standeford & Co. 
Hough Howard M., produce dealer (S. F.), dwl 921 Broadway. 
Hough Joseph, carpenter Dexter Windmill Co., dwl E s Broadway 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 
Hougham H. D., boarding and lodging, 458 Fifth. 
Houghton F. T., merchant (S. F.), dwl SE cor Willow and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Houghton J., farmer, dwl Peralta nr Twenty-sixth. 

Houghton James F., president Home Mutual Insurance Co. (S. F.), 
dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore. 

Houghton R. E., attorney at law, dwl E s Elm bet College Av. and 
Hawthorn. 

Hooey Thomas, blacksmith Allen &, Artman, dwl Pine bet West 
Eighth and Mason, W. O. 

HOW J. E., house and sign painter, 424 Ninth, dwl W s Union 
bet Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth. 

How M. M., blacksmith, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

HOWARD ASA E., justice of the peace, office 626 East Twelfth, 
dwl 615 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Howard C. O, dwl SE cor Adeline and West Eighteenth, W. O. 

Howard Charles Webb, capitalist (S. F.), dwl E s Alice bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. 

Howard George W., rancher, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

Howard Henry, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Howard John E., clerk, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Howard John H. (Lymle & H.), dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Tenth 
and Eleventh avs, E. O. 

HOWARD'S HALL, N s Washington bet East Twelfth and East 
Thirteenth, E. O. 

Howe Collins, carpenter Hanson & Smith, dwl Bartlett House. 

Howe Henry P., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 1ST s West Thirteenth bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Howe H. L., carriage painter King & Williams, dwl NE cor Ninth 
and Washington. 

Howe John, teamster, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Howe Joseph, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 



Plain and fancy ice cream made to order at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth St. 



0. P. S— Oatmeal and corn meal, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



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Howe J. W., conductor C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Howe L., carpenter C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Howe Montgomery, miner, dwl NW cor Webster and Moss Av. 

Howe Samuel, miner, dwl NW cor Webster and Moss Av. 

Howell Frederick, carpenter, dwl 600 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Howell George, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

Howell Joseph L., stationer (S. F.), dwl 1109 Tenth Av., E. O. 

Howell P. A., farmer, dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Howell Peter, foreman Shattuck & Hillegass, dwl 861 Washington. 

Howes James, mason, dwl S s Twenty-second bet West and Curtis. 

Howlett Frederick, laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Howlett S., capitalist, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Howlett William, boarding and lodging, 418-420 First 

Hoxie C. W., dwl E s Peralta bet Ninth and Twelfth, W. O. 

Hoyt Major, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Hoyt David, special policeman, dwl Bartlett House. 

Hoyt J. B., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Hoyt Nathan B., examiner U. S. Appraiser's Store (S. F.), dwl W s 
Peralta bet Lincoln and Seward, W. O. 

Hubbard Adolphus S., Whitney & Co.'s Express, dwl 819 Filbert, 

w. o. 

Hubbard Frederick, painter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Hubbard H, brakeman C. P. R. R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Hubbard Patrick, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Hubbard Warren, machinist C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Hubback James, dwl 763 Eighth. 

Huber Charles, jeweler Mueller & Steffanoni, dwl 725 Myrtle, W. O. 
Huber Joseph, blacksmith, W s Telegraph Av. nr Thirty-ninth. 
Hubert A. J., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Hubert Joseph, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 
Hubert Millie Miss, milliner, dwl Myrtle bet Fifth and Sixth, W. O. 
Huckne William, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Market bet Tenth and 

Eleventh. 
Hudoff Charles, clerk H. Turn Suden & Co., dwl 701 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Hudson A. S., physician, office and dwl Russell House. 
Hudson George, student, dwl Alta House. 

Hudson Henry S., cashier Cross & Co. (S. F.), dwl 263 Twelfth. 
Hudson James H., cigars and tobacco, 1010 Broadway, dwl 317 

Eleventh. 
Hudson J. R., carpenter, dwl S s Chase bet Wood and Willow, 

W. O. 
Hueston Ann (widow), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Pop- 
lar, W. O. 
Huet Charles, carpenter, dwl Overland House. 
Huff Lucien B., real estate, dwl 474 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Hufschmidt Henry, plumber and gasfitter (S. F.), dwl S s Seward 

bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 



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CHAP PELLET & MLNER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

WOOD, COAL and COEE 

SOUTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREET, 

(Bet. (Broadway and Franklin, OAKLAJV®. 

Seattle, West Hartley, Sydney, Chile, Cumber- 
land, Scotch Splint, Bellingham Bay* Coos 
Bay, Hard Coal, Charcoal, Coke, etc. 



ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE 



WOOD CUT AND SPLIT BY STEAM POWER. 



The CENTRAL LAUD COHPASY 

F. B. HASWELL, Secretary and Business Manager. 

Office, Northeast Cor. Broadway ani Ninth. St., Second Story, 

Entrance, 95-1 Broadway, east side, bet. Ninth and Tenth Sts, (F. 0. Box 299) 



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Any style of improvement desired will be built by the Company 
on any of its lots, and sold 

-AJ37 EXACT GASH OOST 

The enhancement in value of the adjoining lot will give us 
all the profit we seek to make. 



The best ice cream freezers for sale at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S— Oakland Peed Store, 116 Ninth St. near Broadway— 0. F. S. 



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Hufschniidt Louis, plumber and gasfitter (S. F.), dwl SE cor "Wood 

and Seward, W. O. 
Hugens Joseph, agent, dwl E s Center bet "West Fifteenth, and West 

Sixteenth. 
Hughes David, clerk, dwl Ninth Av. bet East Sixteenth and East 

Seventeenth, E. O. 
Hughes Edward C, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl N s Eleventh bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Hughes Enoch, lumberman, dwl S s Lydia nr Market, W. O. 
Hughes Humphrey, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Hughes James, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 
Hughes James G., dwl 903 Jackson. 

Hughes John, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, "W. O. 
Hughes Patrick, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl E s Grove nr Sixth. 
Hughes Robert, dwl N s Eighth bet Alice and Harrison. 
Hughes Thomas J., street sprinkler, dwl 515 East Eleventh, E. 0. 
Hughes William, captain Swing Crew C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry 

Wharf. 
Hughes William A., liquor dealer (S. F.), dwl W s Wood bet William 

and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Hughes William B., captain U.S. A., dwl N s Eighth bet Castro and 

Grove. 
Hugunin Edward, master mariner, dwl 967 Jefferson. 
Hulburt William Rev., dwl 367 East Twelfth, E O. 
Hulce H, musician, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Hull Alexander, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

w. o. 

Hultz Charles, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl Seventh nr Clay. 

Humbert Jonas, pressman Oakland News, dwl 460 Ninth. 

Hume E. F. Mrs., dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty-first. 

Hummeltenberg William, dwl 652 Harrison. 

Hummiston William, carpenter, dwl 472 East Eleventh, E. O. 

Humphreys Thomas, clerk, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 

Filbert. 
Humphreys William, carpenter, dwl E s Campbell bet Railroad Av. 

and West Eighth, W. O. 
Hunt C. H., clerk, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Hunt Charles C, merchant (S. F.), dwl Eureka Hotel. 
Hunt Edwin, deputy assessor, dwl Thirteenth nr Washington. 
Hunt George, conductor C. P. R. R,, dwl Grand Western Hotel, 

W. O. 
Hunt George, paper carrier H. C. Hollub, dwl Tenth bet Jefferson 

and Grove. 
Hunt George H, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl 1 Pine, Pearson's Row, 

W. O. 
Hunt Henry S., teamster, E s Broadway nr Seventh, dwl 811 Castro. 
Hunt Joseph (Hunt & Wharton), dwl Twenty-first Av. bet East 

Twenty-fifth and East Twenty-sixth, E. O. 
Hunt M., foreman Amos White, dwl 619 Tenth. 
Hunt P., turner, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 



OIGUE going to purchase Stationery— try STRICKLAND & CO. 



E. W. "WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, houses rented— rents collected. 



220 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Hunt Walter, d wl NW cor Twenty-first Av. and East Twenty-fifth, E. O. 

Hunt William M., salesman (S. F.), dwl W s Broadway bet Twenti- 
eth and Twenty-first. 

HUNT & WHARTON (Joseph Hunt and J. R. Wharton), feed 
store, 408 Tenth. 

Hunter James, machinist, dwl Tenth bet Market and West. 

Hunter John P., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Hunter Mary (widow), dwl N s West Ninth bet Center and Chester, 
W. O. 

Hunter N., dwl N s Twelfth bet Kirkham and Center, W. O. 

Huntington George, carpenter, dwl E s Linden bet Twenty-eighth 
and Thirtieth. 

Huntington Urial, carpenter, dwl NE cor Wood and West Eighth, 

w. o. 

Huntley D wight B., dwl W s Webster bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Huntley Porter C, dwl W s Webster bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Huntley Thomas, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Chestnut and Linden. 

Hunton Logan, insurance agent, dwl 616 Eighth. 

Huot Charles, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Huper Charles, laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Hurd Frank, clerk C. P. R. R., dwl N s Sycamore bet Telegraph Av. 

and Grove. 
Hurd J. Mrs., dwl 921 Broadway. 
Hurd John, merchant (S. F.), dwl N s Merrimac bet Webster and 

Telegraph Av. 
Hurd Morgan S., freight agent C. P. R. R., dwl N s Sycamore bet 

Telegraph Av. and Grove. 
Hurl J., carpenter, dwl 476 Eighth. 

Hurley James, butcher Rice & White, dwl Eland House. 
Hurley James, lather, dwl 372 Seventh. 
Hurley Thomas, laborer, dwl 859 Clay, rear. 
Hurley Timothy, gardener, dwl W s Alice cor Eighteenth. 
Hurll William T., groceries and liquors, 619 Broadway. 
Hurly Daniel, blacksmith, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Hurly Timothy, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Huse Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Hussey Amasa, carpenter, dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta. 

W. 0. 
Hussey John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Hutchings Daniel F., marine surveyor (S. F.), dwl S s East Elev- 
enth bet Ninth and Tenth avs, E. O. 
Hutchins Charles E., steward Industrial School (S. F.), dwl 671 

Fourth. 
Hutchins George H., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl SE cor Tenth and 

Madison. 
Hutchinson Fannie (widow), dwl 969 Washington. 
Hutchinson John G., carpenter, dwl Star House, W. O. 
Hutchinson Paul, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 
Hutchinson Samuel, miner, dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 



Try GORDON'S ice cream, it is the best and cheapest. 469 Ninth St. 



0. P. S— Oil-cake meal and ground barl'y, 416 Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 221 

Hutchinson T. R, salesman (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth 

and West Tenth, W. O. 
Hutchinson William S., dwl S s Merrimac nr Webster. 
Hutchison A., miller Babcock & Gould, res San Francisco. 
HUTCHISON JAMES, proprietor Bay Nursery, NE cor Telegraph 

Av. and Bay Place, office and seed store NW cor Broadway and 

Fourteenth. 
Hutt Walter, laborer Richard Watts, NE cor Railroad Av. and Bay, 

W. O. 
Huttleston Frederick, shoemaker George Huttleston, S s Railroad 

Av. bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Huttleston George, boot and shoemaker, S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Huxley C. N., farmer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Khkham and Pop- 
lar, W. O. 
Huxtart Peter, peddler, dwl W s Lewis bet West Third and West 

Fifth, W. O. 
Hyde Ebenezer H, fancy goods, toys, etc., SW cor Broadway and 

Eleventh, dwl Benitz Block. 
Hyde Isaac, superintendent What Cheer House (S. F.), dwl NW cor 

Jefferson and Eighth. 
Hyde Thomas J., school teacher, dwl 458 Twelfth. 
Hyde T. J. Mrs., fancy goods and needlework, 458 Twelfth. 
Hyde R., carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Hyde William B., engineer, dwl 162 Third. 
Hyman Isaac, peddler, dwl 356 Third. 
Hyman Philip, dwl 521 Sixth. 
Hynes Timothy, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 
Hyland John, dwl 409 Seventh. 

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Ibbertson John, machinist, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Icke Katie, dressmaker, dwl 763 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Ikirt Rose Miss, artist Dunham & Lathrop, dwl 967 Jackson. 

Use William A., assayer, dwl 677 Sixth. 

Imlay Charles, farmer, dwl Adeline nr Thirtieth. 

Imperial and Queen Insurance Cos. (Imperial, Fire, London, and 

Queen, Fire, Liverpool, Eng.), H. L. Roff & Co. agents, office 

1004 Broadway. 
IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN, meet at Pythian Hall, 

1058 Broadway. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF GOOD TEMPLARS (temperance), 

meet at Odd Fellows' Hall, NW cor Franklin and Eleventh. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS, halls 766 East 

Twelfth, E. O., and NW cor Franklin and Eleventh. 
INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RED MEN, meet at Pythian 

Hall, 1058 Broadway. 
INGERSOLL WILLIAM B., photograph gallery, SW cor Broad- 
way and Twelfth. 



All goods are sold at Eastern prices at STRICKLAND & CO.'S store. 



E. W. WOODWARD & CO., houses and lots in all parts of the city. 



OAKLAND ' T] DIRECTORY. 



Ingerson Charles A., carpenter Bletlien & Terry, chvl 527 Eighth. 
Ingham James, farmer, dwl Adeline nr Thirteenth. 
Ingols James E., clerk S. F. Refining Works, dwl 604 Fourteenth. 
Ingram Thomas, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Ninth bet Center and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Ingi-aham Robert H., clerk machine shop C. P. R. R. O. P., dwl NE 

cor Atlantic and Cedar, W. O. 
In wall John H., barkeeper J. J. Hanifin, dwl S s Eighth bet 

Webster and Harrison. 
Ipsam John P. H., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl W s Myrtle bet 

West Fourth and West Fifth. 
Ipsen Peter J., teamster E. Surry hne, dwl Railroad Exchange, 

W. O. 
Ireland James, agent, dwl E s Filbert nr Thirtieth. 
Ireland James, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl N s Twentieth W of Twenty- 
first Av., E. O. 
Irish Spencer K., machinist, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. O. 
Irish Stephen L., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Ironmonger Cornelius J., restaurant, dwl 364 First. 
Irons J. H., carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 
Irvin John, clerk (S. F.), dwl 953 Washington. 
Irvin William, miner, dwl 271 Eighth. 
Irving William K., clerk (S. F.), dwl 671 Sixth. 
Irwin Benoni, artist, dwl 1008 Ninth Av., E. O. 
Irwin C. E., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Irwin Stewart, coachman, dwl N s West Twenty-second bet Curtis 

and West, W. O. 
Isaacson Andrew, carpet layer Charles L. Taylor. 
Ivey James M., carpenter, dwl E s Tenth Av. bet East Fifteenth 

and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Ivins Ernest, student, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 

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Jacken Jules, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Jackins D. W., engineer C. P. R. R., res San Jose. 

Jackson Adam, coachman, dwl W s Chester bet West Third and 

West Fifth, W. O. 
Jackson A. G., carpenter, dwl 512 Eighth. 
Jackson Edward, sawyer, dwl S s West Eighteenth bet Market and 

West, W. O. 
Jackson George S., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl Twenty-eighth 

nr Linden. 
Jackson George W. J., carpenter, dwl 512 Eighth. 
Jackson J. E., dwl W s Short bet Goss and Division, W. O. 
Jackson Joseph, farmer, dwl Chestnut bet Adeline and San Pablo Av. 



Drink Napa Soda and enjoy life and health. Agency, 469 Ninth St 



0. F. S— Hay, ground feed, and grain, 416 Ninth near Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



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Jackson Michael J., gardener, dwl W s Harrison bet Fotu-teenth and 

Fifteenth. 
Jackson Oscar T., hairdressing saloon, S s Railroad A v. bet Wood 

and Pine, dwl E s Pine bet Railroad Av. and West Eighth, 

w. o. 

Jackson Robert, carpenter, dwl cor Adeline and San Pablo Av. 
Jackson Robert F., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl W s Campbell bet Chase 

and Taylor, W. O. 
Jackson S., carpenter., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Jackson Samuel, tinsmith (S. F.), dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and I «=• 
Kirkham, W. O. g 

Jackson William L., porter (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet West ca 



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Jacobs Caroline A. Miss, pabKc lecturer, dwl N s East Sixteenth o 

bet Seventh and Eighth avs. E. O. ^ 

Jacobs John, mill hand, dwl 470 Eighth. t" 1 

Jacobs Richard G., miner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and ^ 

Poplar, W. 0. g 

Jacobson Alexander, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad c *" 



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Jacobson Christopher, ship carpenter C. P. R. R. 
Jacobson Gustave, ship carpenter, dwl W s Lewis bet West Third B 

and West Fifth, W. O. | P" 

Jacobus C. T., carpenter, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and 

Union, W. O. 
Jacoby John, laborer, dwl S s Logan nr Telegraph Av. 
Jacoby R. F., pipe-maker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl W s Logan 

nr Telegraph Av. 
Jacquenot Xavier, fruits and vegetables, S s East Fourteenth bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs., E. O. 
Jambois Antonia, dwl 671 Webster. j=* 

James Benjamin (James A DietrickJ, dwl Jefferson bet Fifth and 

Sixth. 
JAMES' BLOCK, NW cor Railroad Av. and Wood, W. 0. 
James Charles, painter, dwl 517 Ninth. 

James George, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
James J., painter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 

W. 0. 
James Jefferson G., stock raiser, dwl 763 Twelfth. 
James Joshua, carpenter Hanson & Smith, dwl E s Grove bet 

Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh. 
James M. Mrs., dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 
James Mary (widow), dwl S s Locust nr San Pablo Av. 
James Samuel, master mariner, dwl Grand Western Hotel, W. O. 
James £ Deitrick (Benjamin James and A. A. Deitrick), butchers, 

550 Seventh. 
Jamison Jasper, laborer, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Janes R. H, foreman carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Janin Louis, niining engineer (S. F.), dwl Ws Webster nr Seventeenth. 



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Janis Francis, farmer, dwl S s East Seventeenth bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth avs, E. O. 
Janney A. M., clerk Peter Baker, dwl 363 Fifth. 
Jannsen Ernest, dwl 515 Eighth. 
Janoin George, sawyer Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Jansen H., carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 
Jansen Louis, laborer Shakespear & Walter, dwl 413 Eleventh. 
Jansen M., laborer Remillard & Bros., res San Francisco. 
Janson P. A., cabinetmaker Clark & Co., dwl SW cor Jackson and 

Fifth. 
Janvrin George M., sawyer, dwl Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Twenty-ninth. 
Jarvis Thomas W., Empire Market, 753 East Twelfth E. O., dwl 

SE cor Ninth Av. and East Eleventh, E. O. 
Jasney F., millhand Pacific Planing Mill, W. O. 
Jay John, laborer Taylor & Co., res Alameda. 
JAYNE ANSELM H., police judge, office 8 City Hall, dwl 617 

Thirteenth. 
Jayne Emily E. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, dwl 617 

Thirteenth. 
Jedder John, laborer, dwl 850 Franklin. 
Jeffers John, clerk, dwl W s Willow bet West Twelfth and West 

Thirteenth, W. O. 
Jeffers William H., dwl 366 Eighth. 

Jenison , carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Jenkins C. S., brakeman C. P. P. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Jenkins Frederick E., band sawyer Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 

607 Third. 
Jenkins J. W., dwl 856 Broadway. 
Jenkins Timothy F., real estate agent, dwl N s Seventh bet Brush 

and Castro. 
Jenkins Washington A., dwl S s Fifth bet Jackson and Alice. 
Jenkins William, hostler Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 
Jenks Frank A., broker (S. F.), dwl NE cor West Twelfth and 

Poplar, W. O. 
Jennings A. J., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Market 

and West, W. O. 
Jennings George F., dwl 967 Jackson. 
Jennings Thomas, carpenter, dwl Eland House. 
Jennings Samuel, laborer, dwl E s Lewis bet West Third and West 

Fifth. 
Jennings William, tailor M. J. Healy, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Jensen Hans, laborer, dwl S s Logan nr Telegraph Av. 
Jenson Kate Mrs., dressmaker, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Jerome E. B., secretary U. S. Collector of Customs (S. F.), dwl 755 

Webster. 
Jerrole Frank, fireman, dwl N s Chase bet Willow and Campbell, 

W. O. 
Jester Decker T., blacksmith M. W. Allen, dwl 1005 Franklin. 



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Jewell Charles, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. I 

Jewett David, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West, W. O. 

Jewett George, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Feny Wharf. 

Jewett George D., dwl E s Franklin nr Eighteenth. 

Jewitt Jarvis, advertising agent (S. F.), dwl 800 Castro. 

Jewett S. N. Miss, teacher High School, dwl E s Franklin nr 

Eighteenth. 

Joannes , tailor, dwl 527 Seventh. 

Job Margaret Mme., dressmaker, dwl 607 Sixth. 

John Louis, bathman F. W. Seeglitz, dwl cor Seventh and Clay. 

Johns A. W., stock broker, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Johnson Addie (widow), dwl 710 Brush. 

Johnson A. H. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 516 Ninth. 

Johnson A. T., carpenter, dwl 417 Seventh. 

Johnson Benjamin F., carpenter, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet 

Chestnut and Linden, W. O. 
Johnson Charles, laborer, dwl 709 Jackson. 
Johnson Charles, laborer, dwl S s Prospect Av. nr Broadway. 
Johnson Charles M., photographer William B. Ingersoll, dwl N s 

Durant bet Broadway and Franklin. 
Johnson Charles A., barkeeper S. F. Mickle, dwl 677 East Twelfth, 

• E. O. * 

Johnson Charles J., laborer Oakland Lumber Yard, dwl 709 Jack- 
son. 
Johnson Cornelius, chief porter C. P. R. R., dwl 710 Brush. 
Johnson Delia Miss, dressmaker, dwl 475 Ninth. 
JOHNSON EBEN, groceries and provisions, NE cor Market and 

Twelfth, dwl SW cor West and Thirteenth. 
Johnson Frank, machine hand Burnham, Standeford &, Co., dwl 611 

Third. 
Johnson Frank S., bookkeper (S. F.), dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr 

Twenty-second. 
Johnson Frederick, laundryman C. Partenscky, N s Twelfth bet 

Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Johnson F. T., hackman, dwl 512 Eighth. 
Johnson George, boxmaker, dwl 760 Eleventh. 
Johnson George I., fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Johnson Henry, cook R. S. Bailey & Co., Oakland Ferry Wharf, res 

San Francisco. 
Johnson Henry K., miner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Johnson Hettie (widow), dwl 553 Sixth. 
Johnson Hiram A., carpenter, dwl 364 Ninth. 
Johnson I., bootmaker John Baker, dwl 617 Broadway. 
Johnson James, capitalist, dwl West Oakland House, W. O. 
Johnson James, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Johnson J. B., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Johnson James P.,candymaker Bruning Brothers, dwl 833 Broadway. 
Johnson Jerome, carpenter, dwl SW cor Lewis and West Fifth, W. O. 
Johnson J. J., machinist, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 



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kept on hand or made to order. Scroll Sawing, Plain 

or Fancy fuming done promptly. Orders from the 

country shipped on the shortest notice. 

P. BOOQUERA.Z, 

822 BROADWAY, 

Southeast Corner of Sixth and Broadway, - Oakland. 

fWholesale and Retail Dealer In Choice 

Wines , Branflies , Whiskies , Cordials, Importefl Lips. 

Goods delivered to any part of the City free of charge. 



Sole Agent for O. "W. CRAIG'S Celebrated Sonoma "Wine and Brandy. 

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No. 913 Broadway, bet. Eighth and Ninth Streets. 



Everything New, Fresh and of the Best Quality. Prescriptions care- 
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Johnson John, broker, dwl 767 Alice. 

Johnson John, cabinetmaker E. Hook, dwl 522 Second. 

Johnson John, carpenter, dwl 417 Seventh. 

Johnson John, carpenter, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Adeline. 

Johnson John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth 

and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Johnson John, stairbuilder, dwl 667 Washington. 
Johnson John W., mining, dwl 665 Fourth. 
Johnson Joseph, carpenter, dwl cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 
Johnson Joseph, wagonmaker, dwl 366 Tenth. 

Johnson J. S., bookkeeper Renton Coal Co., dwl cor Fifth and Alice. 
Johnson J. W., laborer California Bridge and Building Co. 
Johnson Lawrence, cook Haugsted & Petersen, dwl 851 Franklin. 
Johnson Perry, city marshal and tax collector, office 5 City Hall, 

dwl 360 Second. 
Johnson Peter, laborer, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Johnson S. E., carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 
Johnson S. W. (Downing <fc J.), res Pacheco. 
Johnson T., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 
Johnson T., plumber Robert Dalziel. # 

Johnson Thomas, dwl 718 Fourth. 
Johnson Thomas, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Johnson Thomas, stableman Foster T. Clark, dwl 601 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Johnson W. A., carpenter, dwl 962 Clay. 
Johnson W. B., agent, dwl E s Linden bet West Twelfth and West 

Fourteenth, W. O. 
Johnson William, bootmaker, 467 Sixth. 
Johnson William, stableman and gardener George E. Grant, W s 

Fourth Av. bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Johnson Wilham M., trainer J. C. Simpson, dwl nr Oakland Trotting 

Park. 
Johnston G., grainer, dwl 417 Seventh. 
Johnston Jeremiah, packer (S. F.), dwl E s Pine bet Taylor and Sew- 

ward, W. O. 
Johnston Joseph E., carriagemaker M. W. Allen, dwl 366 Tenth. 
Johnston W., carpenter, dwl 417 Seventh. 
Johnston William J., clerk Wells. Fargo & Co. (S. F.), dwl Tenth 

Av. bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Jolly Robert, gardener John D. Arthur, dwl SW cor Twelfth and 

Castro. 
Jonas Edward, teamster, dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 

Jones Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Jones A., carpenter, dwl Fifteenth bet Cypress and Center, W. O. 

Jones A., engineer, dwl Fifteenth nr Center, W. O. 

Joues A., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Jones Benjamin F., plasterer, dwl E s Broadway nr Seventh. 

Jones B. R., dwl 910 Washington. 

Jones Charles, builder, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 



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Jones C. H., butcher Phillips & Chandler, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 
Jones Daniel H., porter C. P. P. P., dwl Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth. 
Jones E. Lee, physician and surgeon, office and dwl 564 Twelfth. 
Jones Edward, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Jones Edward, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl Star House, W. 0. 
Jones Elon G., janitor High and Irving School, dwl 539 Tenth. 
Jones Emma Miss, dressmaker Mrs. P. T. Reynolds, dwl 325 

Twelfth. 
Jones Fredenberg (McGeorge & J.), res San Francisco. 
Jones George A., machinist, dwl N s Pailroad Av. bet Union and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Jones G. H., carpenter, dwl 417 Seventh. 
Jones H., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 

Filbert, W. O. 
Jones Henry, butcher Phillips & Chandler, dwl 1114 Eighteenth 

Av., E. O. 
Jones Henry, butcher Thomas W. Jarvis, dwl W s Twelfth Av. bet 

East Eleventh and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Jones Henry P., professor State University, dwl S s Second bet Alice 

and Jackson. 
Johns H. N., maclfciist C. P. P. P., W. O. 
Jones Jacob, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Jones John, miner, dwl 1ST s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Jones J. H., painter, dwl 363 Fourth. 
Jones J. N., bookkeeper, dwl 508 Eighth. 
Jones John, dwl NW cor Jefferson and Second. 
Jones John, calker C. P. P. P., W. 0. 
Jones J. P., fireman C. P. P. P., W. O. 
Jones L. M., builder, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 
Jones M., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Jones Montgomery, calker C. P. P. R., W. O. 
Jones O. P., builder, dwl W s Castro nr Twelfth. 
Jones O. P., machinist, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Jones P., carpenter, dwl W s Chester bet West Ninth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Jones Paul, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Curtis. 
Jones P. H., carpenter, dwl 914 Harrison. 
Jones Samuel T., salesman (S. F.), dwl E s Wood bet William and 

Atlantic, W. O. 
Jones Sarah R. (widow), dwl 833 Franklin. 
Jones T. H. P., mining, dwl 514 Tenth. 

Jones Thomas, gardener James Cobbledick, 177 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Jones Thomas, mill hand, dwl Peralta nr Thirty-fourth. 
Jones Thomas A., painter, dwl S s Nineteenth bet Castro and Brush. 
Jones Thomas W., joiner C. P. P. P., W. O. 
Jones William, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Jones William H., cabinetmaker, dwl 403 Ninth. 
Jones William L. Rev., secretary Board of Education, dwl N s 

Sycamore nr Grove. 
Jordan Augustus, dwl West Twelfth nr Wood, W. O. 



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Jordan E. M., turner Burnham, Standefoi'd & Co. 

Jordan Edward, plasterer, dwl Magnolia bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Jordan James, engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Jordan Joseph, carpenter, dwl E s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. 0. 

Jordan Joseph W., merchant (S. F.), dwl W s Thirteenth Av. nr 
East Twenty-sixth, E. O. 

Jordan Michael, brickmaker, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

JORDAN WILLIAM H., secretary and manager the Real Estate 
Union, office 921 Broadway, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson 
and Grove. 

Jordan W. P., poultry ranch, Park Tract nr Indian Gulch, E. O. 

Joseph Antoine, laborer, dwl 360 Third, rear. 

Joseph Jerome, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl E s Grove nr Twenty- 
eighth. 

Joseph Manuel, laborer Babcock & Gould, dwl Third bet Franklin 
and Webster. 

Joseph P., teacher St. Joseph Academy, dwl SW cor Fifth and Jack- 
son. 

Josephs P., plasterer, dwl 574 Fourth. 

Josephs P. A, clerk, dwl 574 Fourth. 

Jost Edward, waiter Richard Watts, NE cor Railroad Av. and Bay, 

w. o. 

Jost George, farmer, dwl E s Peralta nr San Pablo Av. 

Jost George, mason, dwl W s Curtis nr Twenty-first. 

Jost H. A., carpenter, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Jost Jasper, miner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Jouanneau Julius, tailor Samuel Francis, dwl NE cor Seventh and 

Clay. 
JOURNAL COMPANY (Charles Schmitt, K. F. Wiemeyer, and 

A. M. Schutt), proprietors and publishers Oakland Journal, 

office 911 Broadway. 
Joy A. Miss, housekeeper, 519 Tenth. 
Jubb Thomas C, painter C. P. R. R., dwl Eland House. 
JUDGE COUNTY COURT, S. G. Nye, chambers County Court 

House. 
Judge Owen, laborer, dwl 458 Fifth. 

JUDGE POLICE COURT, A. H. Jayne, chambers 8 City Hall. 
JUDGE PROBATE COURT, S. G. Nye, chambers County Court 

House. 
JUDGE THIRD DISTRICT COURT, S. B. McKee, chambers 

1004 Broadway. 
Jugneit Frederick, coppersmith C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific 

Railroad House, W. O. 
Julian John B., dwl E s Broadway nr Twenty-ninth. 
Jung William, upholsterer Schrieber & Meyer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Jungerman Edward, real estate (S. F.), dwl 769 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Jurgewitz John, gardener Augustus F. Rodgers, dwl NE cor Twenty- 
first Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 



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JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, Oakland Township, George H. 
Fogg, 814 Broadway, and James Lentell, 406 Eleventh. 



K. 

Kaas Peter, gilder Lutz & Berg, dwl 671 Webster. 

Kaese August (Kaese, Rode & Go.), dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

KAESE, BODE & CO. (August Kaese, Christian Bode & Frederick 
Reimers), gunsmiths, locksmiths, and bell hangers, 419 Tenth. 

Kafflisch Leonhardt, confectioner John B. Pfister, dwl 1067 Broad- 
way. 

Kain Eugene, laborer C. P. B. B., W. O. 

Kain John, dairyman, dwl W s Broadway nr Moss Av. 

Kaiser Martin, upholsterer, 423 Tenth. 

Kallenberg Emil, hairdresser Charles Stulz, dwl N s Bailroad Av. 
bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Kallstrom Herman, pilot stm Amador, dwl N s West Eighth bet 
Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Kalmbach Dennis, fireman C. P. B. B., W. O. 

Kalmbach George, fireman C. P. B. B., W. O. 

Kalmon Julius, salesman Coffee & Furst, dwl Broadway bet First 
and Second. 

Kanaan Ann Miss, cook S. B. McKee, NW cor Adeline and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Kanary John, contractor, dwl 319 Fifth. 

Kane Cathai'ine Miss, seamstress, dwl 411 Ninth. 

Kane Dennis, laborer, dwl 612 Fifth. 

Kane Eugene, laborer C. P. B. B., dwl Bailroad Exchange, W. O. 

Kane Frank, barkeeper 420 Eleventh, dwl 518 Sixth. 

Kane George, laborer, dwl junction Logan and San Bablo Av. 

Kane Lizzie Miss, cook Edward P. Flint, W s Washington bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth. 

Kane Michael, stableman, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Kane Patrick, laborer C. P. B. B., dwl E s Henry bet West Third 
and West Fifth, W. O. 

Kane William, waiter B. A. Litle, Grand Western Bestaurant, W. O. 

Kanup Jacob, laborer, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward, W. O. 

Karsner James H., clerk P. J. Beilly, dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Kase J. H., dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Kaskell W., blacksmith, dwl Thirty-seventh nr San Pablo Av. 

Kate William, plumber, dwl Union nr Twenty-fourth. 

Kating P., laborer, dwl Twenty-second bet Myrtle and Market. 

Katz Louis, clerk, dwl 409 Ninth. 

Kaufman Tobias, peddler, dwl 555 Seventh. 

Kay Daniel, clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Kearn W., joiner C. P. B. B., W. O. 



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Kearney Patrick, teamster, E s Broadway bet Sixth, and Seventh, 

dwl Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph At. and New Broadway. 
Kearns C. B., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad A v. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Kearon Robert E., operator Western Union Telegraph Co., dwl 1165 

Jackson. 
Keating Catherine (widow), dwl W s Castro bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth. 
Keating John, seaman, dwl S s Second bet Alice and Jackson. 
Keating Michael F., finisher Manhattan Marble Co., dwl W s Castro 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth. 
Keating William, plumber, dwl "W s Castro bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth. 
Keating William, ship carpenter, dwl N s West Sixteenth bet 

Cypress and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Kedel Barbara (widow), dwl SW cor Brush and Sixteenth. 
Keefe John, dwl 509 Sixth. 
Keefe John, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-sixth, bet Grove and San 

Pablo Av. 
Keefer Louis, coachman J. A. Folger, SE cor Taylor and Willow, 

W. O. 
Keefer William, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl Eland 

House. 
Keegan Timothy, brakeman, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Keene George W., carpenter, dwl E s Center bet West-Ninth and 

West Tenth, W. O. 
Keenev W. J., clerk, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, 

W. O. 
Keer John, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Kehoe Alexander, laborer California Bridge and Building Co. 
Kehoe Job, carpenter, dwl W s Wood bet Seward and Taylor, 

w. o. 

Kehoe John W., stableman William Redpath, dwl N s East Sixteenth 
E of Twenty-third Av., E. O. 

Keifer H. C, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 
Adeline, W. 0. 

Keith Alexander, engineer, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, 
W. O. 

Keith Ann a. M. (widow), dwl 705 Castro. 

Keith J., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Kelehar Patrick, blacksmith, dwl 168 Seventh. 

Kelleher Jeremiah, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Keller John F. (Keller <L- Stevens), dwl SW cor Eighteenth Av. 
and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Keller Louis, currier Crist & Rued, dwl NE cor "Twenty-first Av. 
and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Keller k Stevens (J. F. Keller and Julius Stevens), proprietors Brook- 
lyn Brewery, SW cor Eighteenth Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 



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Kellenburg D., draftsman, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Kelley C. George, electrician, dwl 832 Market. 
Kelley Charles M., builder, dwl 706 "Webster. 
Kelley George, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 
Kelley James J., plumber, dwl NE cor Grove and Twenty-seventh. 
Kelley John, laborer, dwl N" s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 
Kelley Luke C, teller Sather & Co. (S. F.), dwl W s Linden bet 

West Eighth and West Tenth, W. 0. 
Kelley Michael, calker C. P. P. R., dwl N s William bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 
Kelley Michael, teamster, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. 0. 
Kelley Patrick, dwl S s West Third bet Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 
Kelley Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Kelley Thomas, laborer, dwl 802 Castro. 
Kelley Zeno, dwl 727 Eighth. 

KELLOGG ADELBERT E., associate principal Golden Gate Acad- 
emy, Plymouth Av. bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 
Kellogg Charles W., bookkeeper (S. F.), and member Board of 

Education, dwl SW cor Fifteenth and Grove. 
Kellogg James, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 912 Sixth Av. E. 0. 
Kellogg S. J. Jr. (John M. Lawlor <k Co.), dwl Tubbs Hotel, E. 0. 
Kellum E., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Kelly Alexander, launchyman Grand Central Hotel, dwl 319 

Eleventh. 
Kelly Andrew, brakenian C. P. R. R. 
Kelly Charles, finisher Manhattan Marble Co., dwl E s Filbert bet 

West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
KELLY E. J. & Co. (John B. Kelly), real estate agents, office 414 

Seventh. 
Kelly Edward, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 
Kelly Edward J. (E. J. Kelly & Co.), dwl Ninth bet Grove and 

Castro. 
Kelly Edward M., carriage trimmer M. W. Allen, dwl SW cor 

Sixth and Harrison. 
Kelly George W., architect, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Filbert and 

Linden, W. O. 
Kelly Henry S., laundryman Grand Central Hotel, dwl 3} 9 

Eleventh. 
Kelly James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 
Kelly James, stableman Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 
Kelly John, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 
Kelly John, laborer, dwl W s Market bet West Third and West 

Fifth, W. O. 
Kelly John, molder, dwl 660 Ninth. 
Kelly John, painter, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Kelly John B. (E. J. Kelly & Co), dwl 663 Fifth. 
Kelly Joseph Jr., polisher Manhattan Marble Co., dwl 712 Filbert, 

W. O. 



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Kelly Martin M., boilermaker C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Eighth 

bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Kelly Michael cooper, 660 Ninth. 
Kelly Michael, laborer C. P. P. P., dwl NE cor Thirteenth Av. and 

East Twenty-fourth, E. O. 
Kelly Michael, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Kelly Patrick, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Lewis bet West Third and West 

Fifth, W. O. 
Kelly Patrick T., shoemaker, dwl 552 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Kelly Rose (widow), dwl 660 Ninth. 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, dwl 838 Proadway. 
Kelly William P., carpenter, dwl S s William bet Willow and Wood, 

w. o. 

Kelsey Pryant, clerk (S. F.), dwl 765 Fourteenth. 

Kelsey Charles, farm hand, dwl Adeline nr Thirty-fourth. 

Kelsey Joseph, boilermaker, dwl S s West Ninth bet Chester and 
Peralta, W. O. 

Kelsey Mary Miss, compositor Signs of the Times, dwl cor Eleventh 
and Castro. 

Kelsey Melville, insurance agent, dwl 765 Fourteenth. 

Kelsey Melville, clerk, dwl 765 Fourteenth. 

Kelsey Noah (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.), dwl SW cor Proadway and 
Tenth. 

Kelsey Wright F., nursery W s Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore, dwl S s 
Laurel nr Telegraph Av. 

Kelton Alanson, master mariner, dwl 328 Second. 

Kelton F., clerk U. S. A. (S. F), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Kelton John C, lieutenant-col. U. S. A., dwl N s Seventeenth bet 
Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 

Kendall Jerome, clerk, dwl SW cor East Tenth and Fifth Av., E. O. 

Kenfield Edgar, clerk, dwl S s Caledonia bet Telegraph and San 
Pablo avs. 

Kenitzer Henry, architect (S. F.), dwl 1057 Washington. 

Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West Fifth 
and Railroad Av., W. O 

Kennedy James (Kennedy & Manning ), dwl 515 Second. 

Kennedy James A., carpenter Padger's Grand Central Park, E. O. 

Kennedy Jonas, dwl W s Twelfth nr Willow, W. O. 

Kennedy M. W., painter, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 

Kennedy P. M., carpenter, dwl 518 Sixth. 

Kennedy William, farmer, dwl S s East Fourteenth nr Twenty- 
second Av., E. O. 

Kennedy William, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl Overland 
House. 

Kennedy W. W., clerk (S. F.), dwl NE cor Thirteenth and Market. 

Kennedy & Manning (James Kennedy and William Manning ), car- 
riage and wagonmakers, blacksmiths, etc., 866 Washington. 

Kenney Frank, laborer, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 



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OAKLAND JC] DIRECTORY. 



Kenney Jane Mrs., tailoress, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Henry and 
Chester, W. O. 

Kenney Thomas, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 

Kenney Thomas, sawyer, dwl S s Railroad A v. bet Henry and Ches- 
ter, w. o. 

Kenny Bernard, laborer, dwl 863 Clay. 

Kenny Barney, wiper C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Kent Daniel M., clerk (S. F.), dwl 968 West Fifth, W. 0. 

Kent Isabella, teacher Franklin Grammar School, dwl NE cor Tele- 
graph Av. and Twentieth. 

Kent Isabella C. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, dwl cor 
Webster and Fifteenth. 

Kent Joshua, mason, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 

Kent Richard B., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s William bet Pine 
and Cedar, W. O. 

Kent Richard F., stock broker (S. F.), dwl 561 Eighth. 

Kercheval John H, clerk C. P. R. R., dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and 
Seward, W. O. 

Kerchoif Lawrence, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Kergy James, dwl Seventeenth bet Cypress and Center, W. 0. 

Kerlan E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 569 Eighth. 

Kerlan Everett, produce dealer (S. F.), dwl 569 Eighth. 

Kerman Charles, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Kerns Edward, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Fil- 
bert and Myrtle, W. O. 

Kerns John, mason, dwl Star House, W. O. 

Kerr A. R., carpenter, dwl Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and Twenty- 
ninth. 

Kerr Robert C, tinsmith, dwl N s Nineteenth bet Cypress and 
Kirkkam, W. O. 

Kerr S. C, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Kerren William, ship joiner, dwl N s Atlantic bet Pine and Cedar, 
W. O. 

Keri'igan John, laborer, dwl SW cor Castro and Eighteenth. 

Kerwith John, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 
Cedar and Pine, W. O. 

Kese John, gardener, dwl E s San Pablo Av. bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth. 

Kessler Adam, barkeeper Henry Hampel, dwl 775 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Kester Levi B. (McMillan & K., S. F.), merchant dwl S s Division 
bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Kevill James, cook Richard Watts, NE cor Railroad Av. and Bay, 
W. O. 

Key R. E., stair builder, dwl 310 Fifth. 

Keyer John, engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Keyes Clementine (widow), dwl 771 Washington. 

Keyes James, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Center bet West 
Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 

Keyes John, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet West Fifth 
and Railroad Av., W. O. 



For Ice Cream Freezers go to J. S. G. GORDON'S, 169 Ninth Street. 



0. F, S— "Whole barley and corn, 416 Ninth nr Broadway— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [ K. ] DIRECTORY. 235 

Keyes John A., carpenter, dwl 819 Market. 

Keyes Robert E. , stair builder Pacific Lumber & Mill Co. , dwl 3 1 Fifth. 

Kid John, plumber J. J. O'Shea, dwl West nr Twenty-seventh. 

Kief John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

KIHLMEYER LOUIS, liquor saloon, 467 Sixth, dwl S s Third nr 

Castro. 
Kilbourn Walter L., staffer Manhattan Marble Co., dwl SE cor 

Grove and Kent. 
Kilburn A. D., fireman C. P. R. R,, W. O. 
Kiley Thomas, painter, dwl 758 Brush. 

Killhar Patrick, flagman C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Third and Alice. 
Killian James, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co., dwl 378 Second. 
Killiard James, painter, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Killican Edward, laborer James Dalziel, dwl Seventh bet Alice and 

Jackson. 
Kimball Charles B., carpenter, dwl N s Durant bet Broadway and 

Franklin. 
Kimball E. G., carriage builder, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and 

Taylor, W. O. 
Kimball James H., proprietor Mansion House, NE cor Fifteenth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Kimball Mary S. Miss, teacher Swett School, E. O., dwl 959 Wash- 
ington. 
Kimball Minnie F. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, dwl 

Plymouth Av. nr Golden Gate Academy. 
Kime Albert W., upholsterer, dwl 915 Webster. 
Kime James H., carpenter, dwl 915 Webster. 
Kimpfel F., cabinetmaker Lutz & Berg, dwl 519 Eighth. 
Kincaid L. Mrs., teacher Franklin Grammar School. 
Kinchella M. E., laundryman C. Partenscky, N s Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Kindgren C. W., painter, dwl E s Linden nr Twenty-eighth. 
King Albert N, painter, dwl S s West Ninth bet Chester and Per- 

alta, W. O. 
King Annie (widow), dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkkarn, 

w. o. 

King Dennis, machinist C. P. R. R., W. O. 

King George A. (King <£• Williams), dwl 513 Ninth. 

King G. W., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

King Harry L., clerk George S. Brown & Co., dwl NE cor Broad- 
way and Ninth. 

King H. C, carpenter, dwl SW cor West Eighth and Chester, W. O. 

King Henry L., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl Alice bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth. 

King John, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
' King John, machinist C. P. R. R., W. O. 

King John, stableman, dwl 860 Broadway. 

King John A. B., chief engineer Stm Mohongo, dwl E s Chester bet 
West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 



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236 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

J. E. BLETHEN. V. P. TERRY. 

PLANING MILLS, 

461, 462 and 463 FIRST STREET, 

NEAR BROADWAY, - - - OAKLAND. 



PROPRIETORS. 



Constantly on Hand and. Made to Order, 

MORS, SASH, BLIPS, FRAMES, BRACKETS, 

MOULDINGS, CASINGS, 

And every Description of Inside Finish. "Wood Turning in all its Branches. 
JOSEPH HUNT. J. K. WHAKTON . 

HUWT & WHARTON, 

G^DEALERS IN^O 

Grain, Hay, Flour, 

AND ALL KINDS OF FEED, 

408 Tenth Street, bet. Broadway and Franklin, 

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WHITENING AND KALSOMINING A SPECIALTY. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



0. F. S— Oakland Feed Store, 116 Ninth near Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND r ]v] DIRECTORY. 237 

King Joseph, coachman, dwl 955 Madison. 

King Malcolm G., surveyor and engineer, office 1004 Broadway, dwl 
San Pablo Road bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

King Mathew, baker Grand Central Hotel. 

King Matthew, nurseryman and florist, N" s Twenty-fifth bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph A v. 

King Michael, laborer C. P. R. R,, dwl E s Goss nr Bay, W. O. 

KING MICHAEL REV., pastor Church of the Imaculate Con- 
ception, dwl 680 Seventh. 

King Milo F., carpenter, dwl 33 Valley bet Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth. 

King M. L., carpenter, dwl E s Pine bet "William and Atlantic, 
W. 0. 

King Morris, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

King Thomas J., bookkeeper Chappellet & Co., dwl 323 Fifth. 

KING & WILLIAMS (George A. King and Thomas S. Williams), 
blacksmiths and carriagemakers, 414 Eleventh. 

Kingdon Samuel, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Kingman M. V. Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School. 

Kingman Charles B., trader, dwl Cosmopolitan Hotel. 

Kingman John F., bootcutter, dwl 807 Washington. 

Kinnear J. S., fireman Oakland Mill, dwl 661 Washington. 

Kingsbury Hubert M., clerk Steere & Colby, dwl SE cor Thirteenth 
Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Kingsbury Sanford, clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.), dwl W s Jackson 
bet Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 

Kingshott Richard, carpenter, dwl 711 Webster. 

Kingsland John, bookkeeper Purrington k Ough, dwl Twelfth Av. 
bet East Eleventh and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Kingsland T. G, clerk Weston £ Welch, dwl 1065 Eleventh Av., 
E. O. 

Kingsland William, student, dwl 1065 Twelfth Av., E. O. 

Kingston Paul, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Kingston Richard, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Fifth bet 
Filbert and Linden, W. O. 

Kinkead E. B. Mrs., dwl 364 Second. 

Kinkead William, dwl 364 Second. 

Kinnear J. S., foreman Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Kinney Robert S., bookkeeper (S. F), dwl SE cor Thirteenth and 
Wood, W. O. 

Kingsley Charles H., conductor C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Kirbv B. G., salesman, dwl N" s Railroad Av. bet Kirkham and 
Poplar, W. O. 

Kirby P., carpenter C. P. R. R,, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Kirby R. J., ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Cedar, W. O. 

Kirchel Joseph, carpenter, dwl W s Myrtle bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Kirchheiner Henry, candymaker, 1007 Broadway. 

Kirckheiner John H, confectioner, 629 East Twelfth, E. O. 



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238 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Kirchhoff Lawrence, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet 
Goss and Short, W. 0. 

KIRK OWEN C, plumber, gas fitter and, metal roofer, 317 East 
Twelfth, dwl East Twelfth, E. O. 

Kirk William, architect, office 954 Broadway. 

Kirkham Ralph W., dwl 58 Oak. 

Kirne Charles, carpenter, dwl Thirteenth nr Franklin. 

Kirwick Michael, teamster Remillard & Bros., dwl NE cor Clay 
and First. 

Kistel George, waiter T. Leonhard, cor Bay and William, W. O. 

Kite Henry, clerk, dwl Market nr Twenty-fourth. 

Kittredge Charles S., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 577 
Twelfth. 

Klein J., bookkeeper E. D. Block & Co., dwl 951 Broadway. 

Klein Jacob, gardener, dwl 403 Ninth. 

Klenker Jacob, butcher, S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph Av. 

Kleupfer Frederick A., dwl 224 Fourth. 

Klever Julius, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Kline Charles, cook C. Bauder & Co., dwl 838 Broadway. 

Kline Neheruiah, janitor Benitz Block, dwl 857 Clay. 

Kline Rachael A. Miss, dressmaker, dwl W s Center bet West 
Third and West Fifth, W. O. 

Kline Robert, gardener John B. Felton, E s Adeline bet West 
Eighth and West Tenth,' W. O. 

KUahar Patrick, horseshoer Sohst Bros., dwl S s Seventh bet Madi- 
son and Jackson. 

Klop Charles, butcher, 907 Webster, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Klose C. A, dwl 710 Ninth. 

Kluegel C. H., civil engineer, dwl SW cor Linden and West Four- 
teenth, W. O. 

Kluegel Edward A., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet West 
Twelfth and West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Kluegel Ferdinand, real estate, dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth 
and West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Klumpp Frederick (Klumpp & Kuerzel), dwl Broadway bet First 
and Second. 

Klumpp & Kuerzel (Frederick Klumpp and Robert Kuerzel), wagon- 
makers and blacksmiths, Broadway bet First and Second. 

Knapp A., laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

Knapp Sewell K, merchant, dwl E s Webster bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth. 

Knickerbocker Niles, clerk C. P. R. R., dwl W s Pine nr Atlantic, 
W. O. 

Knight E. N., dentist, dwl W s Market bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth. 

Knight E. S. (widow), dwl S s Eighteenth bet Telegraph and San 
Pablo avs. 

Knight Frederick W., carpenter, dwl W s Clay bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth. 



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Oil-cake meal and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street near Bdwy. 



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Knight Henry, carpenter, dwl N 8 Lincoln bet Wood and Willow, 
W. O. 

Knight Henry Thomas, agent, dwl N s West Ninth bet Center and 
Chester, W. O. 

Knight N. R., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Myrtle bet West Twelfth and 
West Fourteenth, W. O. 

KNIGHT SAMUEL P., carpenter and builder, dwl cor Cypress 
and West Fifteenth, W. O. 

Knight William H, mining secretary (S. F.), dwl E s Webster bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, hall 1058 Broadway. 

Knock August, clerk, dwl 324 Fourth. 

Knock Peter, shoemaker, dwl 324 Fourth. 

Knowles Calvin C, dentist (S. F.), dwl SW cor East Ninth and 
Fourth Av., E. O. 

Knowles George H, clerk C. P. R. R, (S. F.), dwl SE cor Eight- 
eenth Av. and East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Knowles Robert, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 

Knowles Samuel E., dentist Calvin C. Knowles, dwl SW cor East 
Ninth and Fourth Av., E. O. 

Knox Henry E., dentist, dwl N s Merrimac Place bet Webster and 
Telegraph Av. 

Knox House, Emma W. Wilson proprietress, W s Telegraph Av. 
nr Sycamore. 

Knox Israel W. (Palmer, K. & Co., S. F.), iron founder, dwl W s 
Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore. 

Knox J. S., farm hand, dwl Adeline nr Thirty-fourth. 

Knox Justus, clerk, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore. 

Knudson Andrew, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Koehler Henry J., clerk, dwl Eastern Hotel, E. 0. 

Koenig L. A., real estate agent, dwl 755 Clay. 

Kofoed J. C, upholsterer, dwl SE cor Market and Lydia. 

Kohler Andrew (Kohler, Chase & Co.), res San Francisco. 

Kohler Edward F., liquor saloon (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet Rail- 
road Av. and West Eighth, W. O. 

Kohler Henry, laundryman, dwl E s Henry bet West Fifth and 
Railroad Av., W. O. 

Kohler Henry J., clerk H. Turn Suden & Co., dwl 701 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Kohler William (Lubbe & Co.), dwl Franklin bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Kohler, Chase & Co. (Andrew Kohler, Q. A. Chase, and George L. 
Birkmaier), pianos, organs, etc,, NE cor Broadway and Four- 
teenth. 

Kohsow Helmuth, carriage trimmer James Lentell, dwl St. Charles 
Hotel. 

Kolb Joseph, carpenter Pacific Planing Mill, dwl N s Railroad Av. 
nr Adeline, W. O. 

Konecke Henry, boots and shoes, 912 Broadway, dwl S s Twenty- 
fifth bet San Pablo Av. and Market. 

Konig Claus H., painter, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Curtis and West. 



Rich goods suitable for presents at STRICKLAND & CO.'S store. 



E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 953 Broadway, Oakland Real Estate. 



240 OAKLAND [K] DIRECTORY. 

Koob Adam, butcher, 20 and 22 City Market, dwl W s Telegraph 

A v. nr Seventeenth. 
Kornahrens Henry H. (Koster & Co.), dwl 410 Tenth. 
Korneck William, cook T. Leonhard, cor Bay and William, W. O. 
Kosmak Charles, barkeeper C. Bauder &, Co., dwl 838 Broadway. 
Koster Hermann (II. Koster <k Co.), dwl 921 Webster. 
KOSTER H. & CO. (Hermann Koster & Henry Kornahrens), gro- 
ceries, etc., SE cor Broadway and Tenth. 
Koull Newton, expressman, dwl Sixteenth nr Cypress, W. O. 
Kraft Ernest, carpenter, dwl cor Fourth and Franklin. 
Kraft L. Mrs., furnished rooms, 811 Washington. 
Krager Charles, blacksmith, dwl Broadway bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth. 
Kraib Theresa Miss, domestic Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 
Kraker Judson O, carpenter, dwl 810 West Third, W. O. 
Kramm Charles (Kramm & Dieves), dwl NE cor Telegraph Av. and 

Durant. 
KRAMM & DIEVES (Charles Kramm and Joseph Dieves), pro- 
prietors Oakland Brewery, office NE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Krattiger John, liquor saloon, 417 Seventh. 
Krause William E. F., author, dwl 1057 Washington. 
Krazt John, butcher Carrick & Hostetter, dwl SE cor Twentieth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Kretz Anton, teamster Crist & Rued, dwl NE cor Twenty-first Av. 

and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Kreutzfeldt Lionan, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Atlantic bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. O. 
Kreutzfeldt Samuel, carcleaner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Kreyenhagen E. (E. Kreyenhagen & Co.), dwl 458 Sixth. 
KREYENHAGEN E. k Co., groceries, wines, and liquors, NW cor 

Broadway and Sixth. 
Krimb August, tanner John S. Derby, dwl 1114 Eighteenth Av., 

E. O. 
Kropp Ernest H., clerk John Fennessy, dwl SE cor Fourth and 

Castro. 
Krumb Frederick, tanner, dwl N s East Twelfth bet Eighteenth 

and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 
Kruse John, oysterman, dwl 305 Second. 
Kruse William, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Seventh bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Krye Frederick, clerk National Brewery Depot, dwl Franklin bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth. 
Kuder Samuel, agent (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Kuenzi John R., machinist, dwl 405 Ninth. 

Kuerzel Robert (Klumpp & K), dwl Broadway bet First and Second. 
Kumpp Peter, tinsmith James Dalziel. 
Kunzel Andrew, stonemason, dwl 716 Franklin. 
Kurtz Albert, dwl S s College Av. nr Telegraph Av. 
Kurtz D. C, dwl Mansion House. 



J. S. G. GORDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S — Oregon oats and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street— 0. P. S. 



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Kurtzel Herman, wagonmaker, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Kuss Peter, painter, S s Twenty-third nr San Pablo Av. 
Kustel Arpad, master mariner, dwl NE cor Curtis and Twentieth. 
Kustel Oscar, master mariner, dwl NE cor Curtis and Twentieth. 

Kutchel , dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Kutz G. F., engineer U. S. N., dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Kyer John, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Kyte James C, carpenter, dwl 364 Third. 



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La Flache Felix, sexton First Congregational Church, dwl 1008 

"Washington. 
La Grange Lizzie Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res San 

Francisco. 
La Grange M. E. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, dwl 226 

Eleventh. 
La Grange O. H. , superintendent U. S. Mint (S.F.),dwl 226 Eleventh. 
La Parle Edward, blacksmith, dwl 371 Fourth. 
La Rue Gustave, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Laage William (Miley <£ L.), dwl 405 Ninth. 
Laclaverie Paul, merchant (S. F.), dwl 626 Third. 
Lacy T. J. P., mining, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Ladies' Relief Society Home, Mrs. I. Perkins matron, Linden nr 

New Broadway. 
Lafferty Charles, expressman, dwl 518 Sixth. 
Lafierty Owen (Lafferty d- Cassidy), dwl 517 Seventh. 
Lafferty P., laborer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Lafierty & Cassidy (Owen Lafferty and Edward Cassidy), market, 

cor Broadway and Fourth. 
Lafitte Eleazer, laborer, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Lafleche Elziar, hostler Contra Costa Water Co., dwl SW cor First 

and Webster. 
Lafleche George, switchtender C. P. R. R., dwl 413 Ninth. 
Lafleche Hercule, gardener R. E. Cole, SE cor Adeline and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Lafont Pierre, gardener, 407 First. 
Lagarde Charles, dwl cor First and Clay. 
Lagorio G., dwl 567 Third. 

Lagorio Louis, salesman Camilloni & Co., dwl 567 Third. 
Laidlaw Alexander, clerk (S. F.), dwl 304 Tenth. 
Laidlaw Benjamin, engineer, dwl West Oakland House, W. O. 
Laidlaw Frank, salesman, dwl NW cor Tenth and Harrison. 
LAIDLAW WALTER, Mendocino Lumber Yard, SE cor Seventh 

and Brush, dwl NW cor Tenth and Harrison. 
Laidlaw Walter S., brewer, dwl E s Chestnut bet Twenty-first and 

and Twenty-second. 
Laird Henry, ship carpenter, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Laird Robert, carpenter, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 



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242 OAKLAND L] DIRECTORY. 

Lake J. W., clerk, dwl E s Market nr Twelfth. 

Lamar A. B., carpenter Bnrnham, Standeford & Co., 

Lamarche Alfred, driver J. S. G Gordon, dwl 469 Ninth. 

Lamarche O., dwl Newland's Hotel. 

Lamb Archibald, miller Weston & "Welch, dwl SW cor East Six- 
teenth and Eleventh Av., E. O. 

Lamb George, fanner, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Lamb James, dwl S s Prospect Av. nr Telegraph Av. 

Lamb James, fish peddler, dwl E s Seventeenth Av. bet East Four- 
teenth and East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Lamb James, with Prescott & Co., dwl 760 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Lamb John, carpenter, dwl 760 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Lamb Peter, painter Bangle & Chase, dwl S s East Twentieth, E of 
Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Lamb Bichard, carpenter, dwl S s Prospect Av. nr Telegraph Av. 

Lamb William, teamster dwl W s Adeline nr Thirty-fourth. 

Lamballot Louis, boarding, N s old county road nr Sausal Creek. 

Lambert Alexander, farm hand, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Lambert James, dwl 373 Fourth. 

Lambert John C, lumberman (S. F.), dwl NW cor Linden and Twen- 
ty-second. 

Lambert Joseph, liquor saloon, W s San Pablo Av. 

Lambert J. W., laundry, dwl NW cor Linden and Twenty-second. 

Lambert William, master mariner, dwl 559 Eighth. 

Lammont Gustav, clerk, dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Lamont Julius, blacksmith, dwl Bailroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Lamoureux Celina Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 355 Tenth. 

Lamoureux Theophile, salesman Remillard & Brothers, dwl 355 
Tenth. 

Lampen Peter, dwl 577 Eighth. 

Lamson George F., auctioneer (S. F.), dwl SW cor Fourteenth and 
Market. 

Lancaster Henry, carpenter, dwl 758 Jefferson. 

Lancaster John, engineer, dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and Cedar, W. 0. 

Landis Christian, carpenter, dwl 611 Clay. 

Landis J. S., miller J. Samms, dwl 364 First. 

Land on Alson (Landon & Co.), dwl N s Sycamore nr Telegraph Av. 

Landon William W. (Landon & Co.), dwl 413 Ninth. 

LANDON & CO. (Alson and William W. Landon), proprietors Oak- 
land Feed Store, 414 and 416 Ninth. 

Landreau Pierre, dwl 407 First. 

Lane Charles E., teamster, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Wesu. 

Lane Charles W., omnibus proprietor, dwl NW cor Sixth and Brush. 

Lane Cornelius, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Lane E., carpenter, dwl N s Lincoln bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Lane Henry, carpenter, dwl Central Pacific Bailroad House, W. O. 
Lancaster Mary (widow), dwl W s Cedar bet Bailroad Av. and Wil- 
liam, W. O. 
Lang James, bootmaker J. Green, dwl cor Eleventh and Franklin. 



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OAKLAND L ] DIRECTORY. 



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Lang John, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Fifteenth bet Center and Cy- 
press, W. O. 
Langbhen Peter, driver, dwl S s Summer nr Adeline. 
Langdon Forest E., conductor C. P. R. P., dwl W s Cedar bet Pail- 
road Av. and William, W. O 
Langdon S. W., currier, dwl N s Division bet Pine and "Wood, W. O. 
Lange Theodore ( Hendershot <£• L.), dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Alden. 
Langer Martin, barkeeper Ferdinand Prown, dwl SW cor Sixteenth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Langlade Jean, baker Moux-et & Lanne, dwl 912 Franklin. 
Langley Franklin N, farmer, dwl SE cor Willow and Chase, W. O. 
LANGLEY HENRY G., publisher Oakland Directory, office 959 

Proadway, res San Francisco. 
Lanne Vincent (Mouret & L.), dwl 912 Franklin. 
Lannigan James, farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Lannon P., tapper Contra Costa Water Co. 

Lannon Charles, laborer, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 
Lapham John P., butcher, cor East Twelfth and Twentieth Av., dwl 

1169 Tenth Av., E. O. 
Larchild Rufus, laborer dwl cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 
Large Peter, gardener, dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Large Thomas W., sawyer (S. F.), dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Large William, gilder (S. F.), dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, 

W. O. 
Larkin A. P., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Larkin Benjamin, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Larkin W. T., joiner C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Larkins Thomas, machinist, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 

Pine, W. O. 
Larmer Augustus B., carpenter, dwl 762 Brush. 
Laroche Elizabeth Mi's., dressmaker, dwl 859 Clay. 
Laronche Maria (widow), dwl 529 Second. 
Larrien Augustus, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Larriven Samuel, plumber, dwl W s West Fifteenth bet Kirkham 

and Cypress, W. 0. 
Larsen A. J., calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Larson C, wood carver Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Larson Nicholas, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Division bet 

Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Larue Frank, carpenter Henry Hampel, dwl 1120 Sixteenth Av., 

E. O. 
LARUE JAMES, lumber yard, office cor Fourteenth Av. and East 

Eleventh, dwl N s East Twelfth bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 

avs, E. O. 
Larue John, clerk James Larue, dwl N s East Twelfth bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Larue Lucas B., clerk James Larue, dwl S s East Fourteenth bet 

Nineteenth and Twentieth avs, E. O. 



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LAKITE'S WHARF, cor Fourteenth Av. and East Eleventh, 

E. O. 
Lascian B., teacher St. Joseph Academy, dwl SW cor Fifth and 

Jackson. 
Lassell John F., clerk, dwl Union nr Twenty-fourth. 
Lassen Benjamin, carpenter, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Lathrop Frank H. (Dunham & L.), dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson. 
Latham James H., broker (S. F.), dwl SE cor Jackson and Lake 

Av. 
Lathrop Solomon, watchmaker William Wilson, dwl N s Sixteenth 

bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Laughland William, carpenter, dwl 172 Second. 
Lauphus Charles, laborer, dwl 576 Sixth. 
Lauphus John, bootblack, dwl 576 Sixth. 
Laurel Market, John H. Davis proprietor, W s Thirteenth Av. bet 

East Twelfth and East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Lausten Christopher L., laborer, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Syca- 
more. 
Lavelle James E., bricklayer, dwl Sixth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington. 
Lavelle Patrick, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Lawler John J., car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Lawless James, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West, W. 0. 
Lawlis Patrick, blacksmith, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Forty-first. 
Lawler Daniel, baggageman C. P. R. R., res San Francisco. 
Lawlor John M. (John M. Lawlor & Co.), dwl Tubbs' Hotel. 
LAWLOR JOHN M. & CO. (John M. Lawlor and S. J. Kellogg, 

Jr.), proprietors Tubbs' Hotel, N s East Twelfth bet Fourth and 

Fifth avs, E. O. 
Lawlor Joseph E., painter, dwl 417 Second. 

Lawrence Allen, dwl N s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, W. 0. 
Lawrence Edward M., butcher Carrick & Hostetter, dwl S s East 

Fifteenth bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth avs, E. O. 
Lawrence Henry H, assayer (S. F.), dwl N s Huff Av. nr Sausal 

Creek, E. O. 
Lawrence Joseph, laborer, dwl S s East Fifteenth bet Eighteenth 

and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 
Lawrence Nathaniel, currier, dwl Chestnut bet Adeline and San 

Pablo Av. 
LAWRIE ADAM G., searcher of records, office County Court 

House, dwl 1061 Alice. 
Lawson Frederick, earner Evening Tribune, dwl Eighth bet Franklin 

and Webster. 
Lawson G., calker C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 

W. O. 
Lawton Edward, painter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 
Lawton Israel, attorney at law, dwl 1207 Castro. 



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Lawton John H., carriagemaker (S. F.), dwl N s Taylor bet Pine 
and Cedar, W. O. 

Laws Philip, book agent, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Lawyer Perry, carpenter, dwl 517 Ninth. 

Lawyer Perry Mrs., boarding and lodging, 517 Ninth. 

Layler Edward, brakeman C. P. P. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Layton H. J. Mrs., proprietress Star House, S s Railroad Av. bet 
Cedar and Pine, W. O. 

Lazal Louis, calker C. P. P. R., W. O. 

Le Ballister Thomas W., blacksmith Northey & McGrath, dwl 768 
East Twelfth, E. O. ■ 

Le Page Isaac, carpenter, dwl 700 Franklin. 

Le Page Louis, carpenter Dexter Windmil Co. 

Lea Henry E., carpenter Blethen ii: Teny, dwl 360 Seventh. 

Leach H, ship carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Leach Z. C, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Leahy John, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Leahy John, painter, dwl SW cor Sixth and Harrison. 

Leahy S., printer Evening Tribune, dwl NE cor Sixth and Washing- 
ton. 

Leake Henry A., attorney at law, office 924 Broadway, dwl 1207 
Castro. 

Leamont T., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Lear Michael, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Leary Cornelius, driver Palmer & Co., dwl cor Twenty-first and 
Lydia. 

Leaiy James, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 

Leason Michael, calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Leath Robert, turner Bumham, Standeford & Co. 

Leavitt Michael, plasterer, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-second. 

Leber Louis, carpenter, dwl SE cor Thirteenth Av. and East Thirty- 
fourth, E. O. 

Leberer Franz, watchman Crist & Rued, dwl S s East Fourteenth 
bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Leclai-e Peter, carpenter Hanson <fc Smith, res Temascal. 

Lecrone Thomas W., porter Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 

Ledden John A., merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Jackson cor Fifteenth. 

Ledoux Joseph, shipwright C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Lee Alfred W., tinsmith Owen C. Kirk, dwl 315 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Lee Benjamin F., stock broker (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Lee D. O, bootblack, dwl cor Magnolia and Thirtieth. 

Lee Edward, fireman, dwl W s Short bet Goss and Division, W. O. 

Lee Frederick J., dwl S s West Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, 
W. O. 

LEE G. W., real estate agent, dwl NE cor Railroad Av. and Wood, 
dwl 6 Pine, W. O. 

Lee Henry C, cashier Western Union Telegraph Co. (S. F.), dwl E s 
Telegraph Av. nr Plymouth Av. 

Lee Hirani H, dwl 1057 Washington. 



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Manufacturer of 



TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WARES, 

And Dealer in all the latest styles of 

STOVES AND RANGES, 

HAS REMOVED TO 

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Two doors above Thirteenth Street, 

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Lee J. B., pile driver C. P. R. R, W. 0. 

Lee Thomas, laborer, dwl 406 First. 

Lee W., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 522 Eighth- 
Lee William, telegraph operator (S. F.), dwl 1063 Clay. 

Lee William H., waiter Grand Central Hotel. 

Leeper William, foreman Borax refiners, dwl W s Castro bet Fifth 
and Sixth. 

Leet Samuel T., miner, dwl 152 Fifth. 

LEFEVRE ALFRED (Lefevre & Reeves), dwl Alice bet Sixth and 
Seventh. 

LEFEVRE & REEVES (Alfred Lefevre and R. H. Reeves), den- 
tists, office NW cor Broadway and Eighth. 

Leffingwell Charles, billiard clerk, Grand Central Hotel. 

Lefort Edward, bookkeeper Robert Dalziel, dwl 519 Seventh. 

Leggett Ann, school teacher, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Adeline and 
Union, W. O. 

Lehan James, paper hanger Van Embergh &, McGovern, dwl 349 
Ninth. 

Lehman E. C, merchant, dwl W s Filbert bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Lehmann Henry G., bootmaker, 1151 Broadway, dwl cor Fourth 
and Franklin. 

Lehmann Joseph, carpenter, dwl N s Sycamore bet Grove and San 
Pablo Av. 

Lehn Charles, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Lehnig Frederick, car builder, dwl W s Goss Bet Cedar and Bay, 
W. 0. 

Lehnig William, salesman P. Daly, dwl SE cor Bay and Goss, W. O. 

Leighow James, laborer, dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy Av. 

Leighton Thomas A., carpenter, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and Lin- 
coln, W. O. 

Leland Ambrose, engineer, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Lelong Joseph H., candymaker Bruning Brothers, dwl 833 Broad- 
way. 

Lemis James, porter C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Lemmon Samuel, mining, dwl W s Chestnut bet West Twenty- 
fourth and West Twenty-sixth. 

Lemon James M., contractor, dwl 1201 Castro. 

Lemon Sidney, druggist and apothecary, 810 Broadway. 

Lemont T., clerk, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Campbell and Willow, 
'W. O. 

Len Samuel, miner, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Lenan Patrick, driver Patrick Kearney, dwl Twenty-fifth bet Tele- 
graph Av. and New Broadway. 

Lener Joseph, bootblack stand, 459 Seventh, dwl 513 Sixth. 

LENTELL JAMES, harness manufacturer and carriage trimmer, 
NW cor Eleventh and Franklin, under Odd Fellow's Hall. 

LENTELL JAMES, justice of the peace, office 406 Eleventh, dwl 
1019 Webster. 

Leon Levi, engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 



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Leonard Belle E. Miss, music teacher, dwl E s Myrtle bet West 

Fifth, and Market, W. O. 
Leonard Charles W., jDhysician, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Fifth and 

Market, W. 0. 
Leonard Edward, sexton St. John's Church, dwl Clay bet Seventh and 

Eighth. 
Leonard Edward, tailor, dwl 409 Sixth. 

Leonard George, patternmaker, dwl SE cor Grove and Walton. 
Leonard Hugh, dwl S s Bay Place nr Broadway. 
Leonard James, laborer, dwl S s Bay Place nr Broadway. 
Leonard John, laborer, dwl 812 Filbert, W. O. 
Leonard Joseph, laborer, dwl Adams Point. 
Leonard Willard, real estate agent (S. F.), dwl N s Sycamore bet 

Telegraph Av. and Grove. 
Leonhard F., proprietor Central Pacific Railroad House, cor Bay 

and William, W. O. 
Leonhardt Henry, dwl 268 Fifth. 
Leopold Juan, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Lepont Ferdinand, dwl 701 Clay. 

Leroy Alfred, carpenter, dwl S s Prospect Av. nr Broadway. 
Lesher W. F., brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Seventeenth bet 

Kirkham and Cypress, W. O. 
Leslie George, contractor, dwl 915 West Fifth, W. O. 
Lester Archibald, telegraph operator C. P. R. R., dwl N s Goss bet 

Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Letter George, clerk Jacob Letter, dwl 1019 Clay. 
LETTER JACOB, clothing, furnishing goods, and merchant tailor, 

957 Broadway, dwl 1019 Clay. 
Leudgren S., carpenter, dwl E s Seventh Av. bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Le van way William A., physician and surgeon, office 1068 Broadway, 

dwl 832 Market nr Seventh. 
Leverett Edward J., hunter, dwl N s Twenty-eighth nr West. 
Levi Leonidas, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Campbell bet Lincoln 

and Twelfth, W. O. 
Levins Peter, engineer Pacific Planing Mill, dwl N" s Bay bet Goss 

and Division, W. O. 
Levy Frederick S., jeweler, dwl W s Adeline bet Foui-teenth and 

Fifteenth, W. O. 
Levy Henry R., salesman Aaron N". Wachs, dwl NW cor Sixteenth 

and Clay. 
Levy Lazarus, salesman E. D. Block & Co., dwl 362 Tenth. 
Levy Louis, clerk, dwl 362 Tenth. 

Lewis Clelia M. Miss, teacher Cosmopolitan School, dwl 210 Seventh. 
LEWIS COLUMBUS R. (C. R. Lewis & Co.), dwl NE cor Nine- 
teenth and Brush. 
Lewis George, clerk, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward, W. O. 
Lewis George Jr., horseshoer Adam Follrath, dwl SW cor Eighth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 



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Lewis George W., collector Shakespear & Walter, dwl Star House, 
W. O. 

Lewis Harrison R., carpenter, dwl 770 Fifth. 

Lewis James, carpenter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and 
West. 

Lewis James, clerk, dwl N s West Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 
W. O. 

Lewis J. B., agent, dwl S s Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, W. O. 

Lewis J. G., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Lewis John, clerk, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and West 
Tenth, W. O. 

Lewis John, peddler, dwl 1178 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

Lewis John Francis, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Franklin opp. Seven- 
teenth. 

Lewis John F., tinsmith, dwl 403 Eighth Av., E. O. 

Lewis L. G., dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-sixth. 

Lewis Peter, carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Lewis Richard, mining, dwl S s Seventh nr Washington. 

Lewis S., dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth. 

Lewis Thomas, drayman, dwl 1052 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Lewis Thomas, mining, dwl 363 Third. 

Lewis C. R. & Co. (C. R. Lewis), produce, provisions, and fruits, 
1009 Broadway. 

Lewthwaite Alexander, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl E s Fifth Av. bet 
East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth, E. O. 

Libby Andrew, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Liberty Hall, W s Brush bet Sixth and Seventh. 

Lichtenthaler Mary Miss, teacher, dwl 666 Tenth. 

Lidiard Horace, miner, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 
Filbert, W. O. 

Liebel Jacob, boot and shoemaker, 780 East Twelfth, and liquor 
saloon, 782 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Liebmann Louis, salesman E. D. Block & Co., dwl Brush bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth. 

LIESE HENRY, Brooklyn Market, 765 East Twelfth, dwl 763 
East Twelfth, E. O. 

Lievaux Charles, cook Remillard & Bros., NE cor First and Clay. 

Liliencrantz August, physician, dwl 263 Twelfth. 

Linch P. F. Miss, dressmaker R. Scott, dwl S s Chase bet Willow 
and Wood, W. O. 

Linchecomb Harriet (widow), nurse, dwl 833 Franklin. 

Lincke Rudolph F., carriage painter, dwl 722 Myrtle. 

Lincoln H. D., carpenter, dwl 365 Ninth. 

Lincoln Oscar, real estate agent, office 923 Broadway, dwl 917 Jef- 
ferson. 

Lindemian J., carpenter, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 
W. O. 

Lindsay Celia Mrs., midwife, dwl Brooklyn Hotel, E. O. 

Lindsay John, farmer, dwl Brooklyn Hotel, E. O. 



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250 OAKLAND L] DIRECTORY. 

Liiidsey R., painter, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 
Lindsey R. T., mason, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis, W. 0. 
Lindsley W. W., saddler, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Lindstrom Andrew, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 

Pine, W. O. 
Linnett J. E., foreman carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Lint John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Lewis bet West Fifth and 

Railroad Av., W 0. 
Linthicum Augustus, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 
Lippman A. (Mellis & L.), dwl 662 Fifth. 
Lippold Bernhard, tanner and currier Crist & Rued, dwl S s East 

Fourteenth bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 
Lisbon Louis, hostler, dwl Bay Place nr Broadway. 
List August, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Lister Archibald, telegraph operator C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Litel Joseph, freight clerk C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 

Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Litle Robert A., proprietor Grand Western Restaurant, Railroad 

Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Litle William H. (Smitten <£ L.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Little Frank, laborer, dwl NE cor Brown and Market. 
Little James, farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Little James R., clerk F. L. Courvoisier, dwl 357 Eighth. 
Little J. H., freight clerk C. P. R. R, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Little Samuel, wood turner, dwl S s Caledonia bet Telegraph Av. 

and Grove. 
Little William C. (Taylor & Co.), dwl W s Broadway nr Moss Av. 
Littlefield Van R., laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Littlejohn Edward H., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet 

West Ninth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Littlejohn Gilbert H., conductor local train, C. P. R. R., dwl W s 

Seventh Av. bet East Tenth and East Eleventh, E. O. 
Livermore Joseph, merchant, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Myrtle and 

Market. 
Livermore William, blacksmith, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and 

Adeline. 
Liverpool & London & Globe Fire Insurance Co., S. H. Mather 

agent, office 917 Broadway. 
Livingston Benjamin, trader, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
LIVINGSTON HENRY B., local editor Oakland Transcript, office 

911 Broadway, dwl Bartlett House. 
Lloyd Benjamin E., bookkeeper, dwl NW cor Fifth and Alice. 
Lloyd John, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 561 Fifth. 
Locke Annie Mrs., dwl 623 Tenth. 
Locke H. E. mining, dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Locke Jeremiah, carriage builder, dwl NE cor Pine and Railroad 

Av., W. O. 



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Locke John, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl West Oakland House, W. 0. 
Locke Zacharias, teamster, dwl S s William bet Willow and Wood, 

w. o. 

Lockerman William, capitalist, dwl Grand Western Hotel, W. 0. 

Lockington Julius, real estate, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Lockington William N., architect, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Ay. 

Loden Joseph, clerk, dwl XW cor West Tenth and Linden. 

LOEPER CHARLES F. E., brass founder and finisher, 904 Wash- 
ington. 

Loftus , W s San Pablo Av. nr Temescal Bridge. 

Logan A. J., clerk (S. F.) dwl S s West Eighth bet Union and 
Poplar, W. O. 

Logan James, fireman, dwl W s Short bet Goss and Division, W. O. 

Logan James, laborer, dwl W s Harrison cor Third. 

Logan N., dwl S s Eighth bet Adeline and Union. 

Logan Oliver C. (Logan <£• Blakeslee), dwl 655 Madison. 

Logan & Blakeslee (Oliver C. Logan and R. Blakeslee), fruits, nuts, 
candies, and groceries, 861 Broadway. 

Lohman Isaac, merchant (S. F.), dwl cor Madison and Lake Av. 

Lohsan Jordan H, laborer, dwl N s Spring nr Adeline. 

Lombard Charles L., carpenter Blethen & Terry, res Temescal. 

London Assurance Corporation (London, Fire), Henry W. George 
agent, olfice 1004 Broadway. 

Lone Thomas, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and West 
Twentieth, W. O. 

Long George, butcher J. H. Davis, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Long John, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis, W. O. 

Long Levi H, carpenter, dwl W s Henry bet Railroad A v. and 
West Fifth, W. O. 

Long Mary A. (widow), dwl X s Taylor bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Long William, butcher, 1050 Franklin. 

Longe George, butcher John H. Davis, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Loomis John, painter, dwl 571 Third. 

Lorado Carmena Mrs., dwl S s Sixth bet Grove and Castro. 

Lorence Louisa (widow), dressmaker, dwl 707 Franklin. 

Loring George Y., secretary and superintendent Oakland Railroad Co., 
office 921 Broadway, dwl XW cor West Tenth and Linden, W. O. 

Loring Williston A, dwl S s Railroad A v. bet Henry and Chester. 

Lorngbohm Peter, driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Lorquin Ernest F., naturalist and taxidermist, dwl E s Elm bet Col- 
lege Av. and Hawthorne. 

Lossman L., tailor, dwl Alta House. 

Lostan Frederick, printer, dwl 363 Eighth. 

Loudden J. E., stock broker, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Lougee Charles H, wrecker, dwl West Eighth nr Chester, W. O. 

Lough Henry, butcher, dwl 700 Franklin. 

Lough Hemy, clerk P. Barrett, dwl 514 Fifth. 

Loughborough J. N., president Pacific Seventh Day Adyentist Pub- 
lishing Association, office Castro bet Eleyenth and Twelfth, dwl 
cor Eleventh and Brush. 



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Louis Antone, grain screener Weston & Welch, dwl 1818 Thirteenth 
Av., E. O. 

Loins Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Love George A., clerk, dwl W s Market bet West Tenth and West 
Eleventh, W. O. 

Love James H., clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Seventeenth. 

Love Richard, carpenter California Bridge and Biulding Co. 

Love William H., carpenter, dwl S s Bay Place nr Broadway. 

Lovejoy John, carpenter, dwl 700 Franklin. 

Loveland Isaac E., engineer stm Alameda, dwl SW cor Pine and 
Lincoln, W. O. 

Lovett Thomas, carpenter, dwl SW cor Sixth and Harrison. 

Low F. G. Jr., bookkeeper Bowen Brothers, dwl New Broadway. 

Low James, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 420 First. 

Lowe W. W., dwl W s Market bet West Ninth and West Tenth, 
W. O. 

Lowell Nathan R., proprietor Eagle Warehouse (S. F.), dwl NE cor 
Sixteenth and West. 

Lowell William H., mining, dwl 955 Jackson. 

Lowrey F. C, clerk (S. F.), dwl NW cor West and Fourteenth. 

Lowrey Frederick J., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl NW cor West and 
Fourteenth. 

Lowrey Michael, wiper C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Lowry F. E., book agent, dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. and 
West Eighth, W. O. 

Lowry John, stableman G. A. Stubbs, dwl 413 Fourth. 

Lowry Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Mar- 
ket and Myrtle, W. 0. 

Lowser Michael, carpenter, dwl SE cor Myrtle and West Third, W. 0. 

Loyd T. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Loyd William, blacksmith, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Loyn Charles, dwl 617 Broadway. 

Lu Gar J. B., manager health lift (S. F.), dwl SE cor Franklin and 
Durant. 

Lubback Oswald, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl 1071 Thirteenth Av., 
E. O. 

Lubbe Peter (Lubbe & Co.), dwl Franklin bet Tenth and Eleventh. 

LUBBE &■ CO. (Peter Lubbe ami William Kohler), liquor saloon, 
832 Broadway. 

Lucas Robert B., carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Brush and West. 

Luce Frank, boatman, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Ludgate Robert, carpenter, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and 
West Twelfth, W. O. 

Ludwig Edward, bricklayer, dwl West Fourteenth nr Kirkham. 

Ludwig Zacharias, cabinetmaker, dwl 767 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Luelling O. T., bookkeeper H. E. Wilcox, dwl 470 Eighth. 

Lufkin Charles E., special policeman, dwl 813 Market. 

Lufkin Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s East Twenty-first bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second avs, E. O. 



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Luitz B., rancher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Luke George, farmer, Park Tract nr Indian Gulch, E. O. 

Lukins Edward, watchman C. P. R. P., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Lulley Manuel, dwl 919 "Webster. 

Lulley Mark, clerk 1ST. Williams, dwl 919 Webster. 

Lulley Moses, clerk Altschul, Simon & Co., dwl 919 Webster. 

Lund Nettie Miss, dressmaker, dwl S s Eighth nr Chester, W. 0. 

Luner James, clerk, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 

Lunens Samuel, plumber, 'dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

LUSK J. & CO., manufacturers canned fruits and vegetables, N s 
Evoy Av. bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 

Lusk Josiah (J. Lush & Co.), dwl N s Evoy Av. bet Telegraph and 
San Pablo avs. 

Lusk Lewis P., engineer J. Lusk &, Co., dwl S s Evoy Av. nr Tele- 
graph Av. 

Lussier L. O., artist, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

LUTH JOHN", liquor saloon, 382 East Twelfth, dwl E s Seventh 
Av. bet East Twelfth and East Fourteenth, E. 0. 

Luther Arthur, farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Luty Mathias, laborer, dwl N s Eighteenth nr Broadway. 

Lutz Henry (Lutz & Berg), dwl 959 Webster. 

Lutz John, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 417 Seventh. 

Lutz Louis, laborer, dwl cor Eighth and Washington. 

LUTZ & BERG (Henry Lutz and Maurice Berg), importers looking 
glasses, engravings, and chromos, and manufacturers picture 
frames, etc., 1058 Broadway. 

Lycurgus Thomas, laborer, dwl 553 Sixth. 

Lycurgus William, bootblack Samuel Bowser, dwl cor Sixth and Clay. 

Lydon Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Lyman Frederick, candymaker F. A. Roediger, dwl N s Taylor bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Lynam Joseph, shoecutter D. Stuart, dwl cor Washington and Sev- 
enth. 

Lynch A. F., laborer, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and Filbert, 
W. O. 

Lynch Burnham, grocer, dwl 523 Eighth. 

Lynch Dennis, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 

Lynch Eugene, teamster Duffy & O'Neil, dwl 704 Webster. 

Lynch Henry J., painter, dwl 733 Filbert. 

Lynch James, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Lynch John, bookkeeper Barnes & Taylor, dwl 315 Eleventh. 

Lynch John, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Lynch John, laundryman, dwl 369 Ninth. 

Lynch John, liquor saloon, W s Telegraph Av. nr Forty-first. 

Lynch John, wood carver, dwl S s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, 
W. O. 

Lynch J. W. (Burnham & L.), dwl 523 Eighth. 

Lynch Norman, shipwright C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 



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254 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

Lynch Patrick, teamster, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Lynch Peter J., gardener, dwl 721 Filbert. 
Lynch Thomas, laborer, dwl 315 Eleventh. 

Lynch W. F. B., superintendent Common Schools, County of Ala- 
meda, office County Court House, res Centerville. 
Lynde Elizabeth (widow), dwl 666 Tenth. 

Lynde George L. (Lynde & Howard), dwl 1171 Sixteenth Av., E. 0. 
LYNDE k HOWARD (George L. Lynde and John H. Howard), 

plumbing, stoves, tinware and hardware, 683 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Lyon John L. (Lyon <k Fowler, /S'. F.), dwl NW cor West Twelfth 

and West, W. O. 
Lyons Daniel, farmer, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 
Lyons E. J., ship carpenter, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Lyons H. H. (Chase & L.), homeopathic physician, office and dwl 462 

Tenth. 
Lyons James, bootmaker (S. F.), dwl S s West Fifth bet Linden 

and Filbert, W. O. 
Lyons James, laborer Badger's Grand Central Park, E. 0. 
Lyons J. G, brakeman C. P. P. R., dwl West Oakland House, W. 0. 
Lyons John, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Goss bet Cedar and 

Bay, W. O. 
Lyons John, painter, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Lyons J. W., dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Lyons John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Lyons Matthew, machinist, dwl West Sixteentht bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Lyons Thomas M., carpenter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Kirkham 

and Cypress, W. 0. 
Lyons William, merchant, dwl 226 Ninth. 



M. 

Mabrey Thomas, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Mabrey W. L., storekeeper C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor Seward and 

Wood, W. O. 
Macartney Harvey, painter J. E. How. 
MacCann William, salesman Pacific Woolen Mills (S. F.), dwl E s 

Castro bet Seventh and Eighth. 
MacHall Thomas, tailor Harris Brothers, dwl Eland House. 
Macdonald Alexander, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar 

and Pine, W. O. 
Macdonald John B., ship carpenter, dwl W s Henry bet West Third 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Macdonald J. A. C, gas fitter A. Gemmell, dwl Telegraph Av. 
Macdonald Roderick, gardener, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Mace William, U. S. boarding officer (S. F.), dwl W s Adeline bet 

West Eighteenth and West Twentieth, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 255 

Macfarland Edward, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Machael Thomas, tailor, dwl Eland House. 

Machfan David, currier Crist & Rued,. dwl NE cor Twenty-first Av. 
and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Machieva Carlo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Mackantee Edward, laborer C. P. P. R.,dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Mackay John, teamster, dwl Third bet Broadway and Franklin. 

Mackee H, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Mackey Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 512 Eighth. 

Mackey F., farm hand F. C. Coggeshall, W s San Pablo Av. nr Tem- 
ascal Bridge. 

Mackey John S., teamster Blethen & Terry, dwl S s Third bet Broad- 
and Franklin. 

Macquart Gustave, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl Over- 
land House. 

Macready William E., clerk W. Helmer, dwl 914 Broadway. 

Madden Daniel, laborer, dwl NE cor Myrtle and Fourteenth. 

Madden Frank (Madden <b Sheedy), dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Madden Henry, plumber John Spencer. 

Madden Michael, dwl S s Summer nr Adeline. 

Madden Michael, lather, dwl junction Adeline and San Pablo Av. 

Madden William, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl E s Pine bet Seward 
and Lincoln, W. 0. 

Madden <fe Sheedy (Frank Madden and John Sheedy), marble cut- 
ters, 1112 Broadway. 

Maddock Delia Miss, dressmaker, dwl 953 Webster. 

Maddock Morris, dwl 953 Webster. 

Madison Peter, painter, dwl Eland House. 

Madsen Julius iL, gardener, dwl W s Filbert bet West Twelfth and 
West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Maffett F., driver Oakland Railroad Co., res Temescal. 

Magawley Thomas, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Magee John D., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Magee Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Magee P., clerk, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, W. O. 

Magill David, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 

Magill H. J., clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co., res Alameda. 

MAGILL R. H., Alameda County Branch Home Mutual Insur- 
ance Co., office SE cor Broadway and Ninth, res Alameda. 

Magner M. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 1021 Franklin. 

Magner Michael, painter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

Magruder F., clerk, dwl N s Pine bet Division and Seward, W. O. 

Maguire John, watchman Blethen & Terry, dwl 410 Tenth. 

Mahar William, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl 360 Eighth. 

Mahns Charles, hostler J. C. Trescott, dwl 405 Twelfth. 

Mahoney C, watchman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 

Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, dwl 659 Third. 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Mahoney James F., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Taylor bet Willow 
and Campbell, W. O. 



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WHITS 8ULPHUB 8PBIH 

Situated on Oakland Heights, three miles from Oakland. 



The Springs are highly charged with Sulphur, Iron and Magnesia. Warm, Cold and 
Shower Baths, free of charge to the guests of the house. 

The t;i i inate is mild and pleasant, and the view from the house and grounds unsur- 
passed. 

For Families boarding at this hotel, among the chief attractions are the fine old oaks, 
general shrubbery and forest trees, large playing and croquet grounds. 

The Drive to Piedmont is one of the most pleasant in the State: go out Broad- 
way or Webster street to Webster avenue, or out Twelfth street to the Lake road. ©iTFinger- 
boards at all cross-roads. 

Excellant Stables and Sheds attached to the House. Competent 
Grooms always in attendance. 

Piedmont Carriages make three trips daily, between Broadway Station and Pied- 
mont. 

The Lines of the Western Union Telegraph Co. connect with the 
House. 

R. JL. GARDNER, Manager. 

P. O. BOX, 267, OAKLAND, CAX. Formerly of Warm Springs, N'ev. 

DOMINGO GHIRARDELLI. CHAS. PET AR. 

—WHOLESALE AND RETAIL— 
— PIONEER MANUFACTORY OF— 

Coffee, Chocolate, Spices and Syrups, 

Goods Sold at San Francisco Prices. 

1072 Central Block, Corner Broadway and Twelfth Streets. 
£^^r\r 1 3E3 jxt j>fl- -a.^=E>^ 

Chemical Steam Dyeing Works, 

834 BROADWAY, 

Between Sixth and Seventh Streets, o^.K.XiA.rjr>. 



BS^SILKS, and WOOLEN GOODS, CASHMERES. FLANNELS. BLANKETS and 
all kinds of Ladies' and Uentlemens' Clothes Cleaned, Dyed and Pressed by steam. All 
work guaranteed. 

Ii. PATZER, Proprietor. 



GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



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OAKLAND [ M " DIRECTORY. 257 

Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Mahoney M., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 
Mahony Dennis, laborer, dwl 560 Third. 
Mahony Thomas, employe U. S. Custom House (S. F.), dwl S s West 

Eighth bet Castro and Grove, W. 0. 
Main Alexander, dwl 658 Fifth. 
Major Robert, mason, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and Per- 

alta, W. O. 
Malacarne Baptist (Pagge & M. ), dwl SE cor Broadway and Seventh. 
Malcomb C. L., engineer, dwl West Twelfth nr Campbell, W. 0. 
Malcomb George, carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West, 

W. O. 
Maleton Edward, hairdressing saloon, cigars and tobacco, 919 Broad- 
way, dwl ISTE cor San Pablo Av. and Twenty-second. 
Maleton Henry, liquor saloon, SE cor Twenty-second and San Pablo 

Av. 
Malin Michael, blacksmith, dwl 1054 Franklin. 
Malley M., helper C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Mallet Jean (J. Mallet &• Co.), dwl 617 Broadway. 
Mallet J. &, Co. (Adele Caster a), bakery 617 Broadway. 
Mallory Edward M., dwl N s William bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Malloy M., dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 
Malloy Thomas, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Malm Charles A. (D. S. Martin & Co., S. F.), dwl NW cor Wood 

and Lincoln, W. O. 
Malone George, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Curtis and West. 
Malone Patrick, gardener, dwl E s Webster bet Twenty-first and 

Twenty-second. 
Maloney Dennis, gardener Peder Sather, dwl SW cor Eighteenth 

and West. 
Maloney James, marble polisher Madden & Sheedy, dwl 415 Seventh. 
Maloney J., painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Maloney John, laborer, dwl S s West Eighteenth bet West and 

Market, W. O. 
Maloney M. L., carpenter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 
Maloney Patrick, carpenter, dwl cor Peralta and Twenty-eighth. 
Maloney Patrick, laborer, dwl S s West Eighteenth bet West and 

Market, W. O. 
Maloney Thomas, bootmaker E. Fitzgerald, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Maloon Benjamin F., hay and grain, SE cor Market and Twelfth, 

dwl SW cor Eighteenth and Market. 
Maloon George E., salesman Benjamin F. Maloon, dwl SW cor 

Eighteenth and Market. 
Maloon Henry, salesman Seth B. Maloon, dwl N s Twenty-first nr 

West. 
Maloon Seth B., hay, grain, and feed, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Brush 

and West. 
Manchester G. W., real estate agent, dwl N s Cedar bet Goss and 

Short, W. O. 



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Manders Henry, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Mandeville Simon V., blindmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl SE cor 
Broadway and Fourth. 

Manehan Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. 0. 

Manfeld George, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Mangin J. C, horseshoer T. D. Weymouth, dwl SW cor Eleventh 
and Franklin. 

MANHATTAN MARBLE CO. OF CALIFORNIA, L. L. Alex- 
ander superintendent, factory and salesroom NW cor West First 
and Filbert, W. 0. 

Manley James, dairyman, dwl W s San Pablo Av.- 

Manley Jedediah M., mining superintendent, dwl 518 East Four- 
teenth, E. 0. 

Manley John, laborer, dwl SE cor Twenty-second and Webster. 

Manlove S. A., dwl N s Eleventh bet Brush and Castro. 

Mann Albert W., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl Castro bet Ninth and 
Tenth. 

Mann Edward, teamster, dwl S s Sycamore nr San Pablo Av. 

Mann S. Miss, teacher drawing Public Schools, res San Francisco. 

Manner James, bookkeeper, dwl 264 Fifth. 

Mannie Marcel, engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Amelia, dwl 1008 
Tenth Av., E. O. 

Manning Patrick, carpenter, dwl 1087 West Third. 

Manning William (Kennedy & M.), dwl 565 Second. 

Mansfield Charles, dwl cor Sixth and Franklin. 

Mansfield James, second officer Swing Crew C. P. R. R., Oakland 
Ferry Wharf. 

Mansion House, James H. Kimball proprietor, NE cor Fifteenth 
Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Mansion House, Miss L. A. Willey proprietress, NE cor Broadway 
and Fourteenth. 

Manuel , teamster Josiah Sessions, dwl SE cor Seventh Av. 

and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

Manuel George S., engineer Signs of the Times, dwl cor Eleventh 
and Castro. 

Manuel George W., dwl NE cor Castro and Fourteenth. 

Manuel Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Manzen Henry, car cleaner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Maple Leaf Nursery, Lavens M. Newsom proprietor, 151 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

March F., carpenter, dwl N s Eleventh bet Brush and Castro. 

Marden David, mason, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 
W. O. 

Marchado Marquis, stableman Oakland Trotting Park. 

Marcotte A. V. (Marcotte Bros.), dwl 703 Broadway. 

Marcotte Brothers (Alphonse V. and Charles), tailors, 703 Broad- 
way. 

Marcotte Charles (Marcotte Bros.), dwl 703 Broadway. 
Marcus Isaiah, variety and auction store, 869 Broadway, dwl 816 
Clay. 



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Marcus L., laborer, dwl S s West Eighteenth bet West and Market, 
W. O. 

Marianti William, proprietor Eastern Hotel, 714 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Marilli S. E., waiter Pagge & Malacarne, dwl SE cor Broadway and 
Seventh. 

Markley George W., carpenter, dwl 760 Brush. 

Marks Aaron, glazier and dealer doors, windows, blinds, etc., 424 
Eighth. 

Marks Antone, carpenter James Larue, dwl N s East Fourteenth 
bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Marks Joseph, laborer James Larue, dwl N s East Fourteenth bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Mark's M, glazier Aaron Marks, dwl 424 Eighth. 

Marks Morris, bookkeeper Aaron Marks, dwl 424 Eighth. 

Marolf Christ, dwl 418 Fifth. 

Marquand Henry M., printer (S. F.), dwl S s East Sixteenth bet 
Eleventh and Twelfth avs, E. O. 

Marques Alphonse ( Alphonse & J. Marques), dwl 471 Ninth. 

Marques John (Alphonse & J. Marques), dwl 921 Broadway. 

Marques Alphonse & J. (Alphonse and John), restaurant and ice 
cream saloon, 459 Ninth. 

Marr Archibald, foreman shipwright C. P. R. R. Co., W. O. 

Marr Henry, painter, dwl S s East Sixteenth bet Tenth and Elev- 
enth avs, E. O. 

Marr Mary (widow), dwl S s East Sixteenth, bet Tenth and Elev- 
enth avs, E. O. 

Marr Walter, brakeman local train C. P. R. R., dwl S s East Six- 
teenth bet Tenth and Eleventh avs, E. O. 

Marsden Richard, furniture dealer, NE cor Pine and Railroad Av., 

w. o. 

Marsh Charles C, attorney at law, dwl 666 Tenth. 

Marsh Charles P., capitalist, dwl 713 Eighth. 

Marsh Elias B., dwl SW cor Madison and Fourth. 

Marsh F. P., dwl 713 Eighth. 

Marsh John, baker Grand Central Hotel, dwl 321 Eleventh. 

Marsh John C, deputy assessor, office 462 Ninth, dwl 713 Eighth. 

Marsh Samuel E., attorney at law, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Marsh W. V., teacher penmanship Golden Gate Academy, Plymouth 

Av. bet Broadway and Telegraph avs, dwl Academy hill. 
MARSHAL CITY OF OAKLAND, Perry Johnson, office 5 City 

Hall. 

Marshall , dwl 563 Eleventh. 

Marshall Alexander, ship joiner, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, 

W. 0. 
Marshall Charles, dwl W s Webster cor Seventeenth. 
Marshall George W., saloon, dwl 677 Fifth. 
Marshall Henry, cashier tax collector (S. F.), dwl NE cor Twelfth and 

Brush. 
Marshall John, sash and blindmaker, dwl 166 Seventh. 
Marshall Juan, mariner, dwl W s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 



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260 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

Marshall Manuel, clwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth and "West 
Tenth, W. O. 

Marshall Michael, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 

Marshall Richard, paper hanger, dwl 817 Castro. 

Marston Benjamin S., county recorder, office County Court House, 
dwl 805 Jackson. 

Marston Charles A., employe U. S. Custom House (S. F.), dwl W 
s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 

Marston Frank, patternmaker (S. F.), dwl W s Campbell bet Lin- 
coln and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Marston J. S., dwl W s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 

Marston Julius, real estate broker, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Marston S. I. Mrs., proprietress Central Pacific Railroad House; NE 
cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Marston William, painter, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and 
West Twelfth, W. 0. 

Marstow H, carpenter, dwl West Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 

Martel Charles, bootblack Samuel Bowser, dwl Twelfth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Martel James L., real estate (S. F.), dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr 
Sycamore. 

Martell Melissa (widow), dwl 701 Franklin. 

Martens Joseph, farmer, dwl Moss Av. cor Telegraph Av. 

Martin Addison, grocer (S. F.), dwl W s Seventh Av. bet East 
Tenth and East Eleventh, E. O. 

Martin Alexander, laborer, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and 
Center, W. O. 

Martin Antone, quarrynian Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Martin B. E., carpenter, dwl Center nr West Fifteenth, W. O. 

Martin C. C, machinist, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Cen- 
ter, W. O. 

Martin Daniel E., superintendent Pacific Ice Co. (S. F.), dwl W s 
Harrison nr Sixteenth. 

Martin Daniel L., carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Martin Ebenezer, bricklayer, dwl 168 Second. 

Martin H. D., laborer, dwl 360 Ninth. 

Martin Ignatius, restaurant, 679 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Martin James, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl Overland 
House. 

Martin James L., carpenter, dwl 319 Fourth. 

Martin Jane (widow), dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Center, 
W. 0. 

Martin J. C, attorney at law, office 921 Broadway, dwl E s Grove 
bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Martin J. G., stableman L. M. Beaudry, dwl 852 Broadway. 

Martin J. H. hostler Whitney & Co.'s Express, dwl Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Martin J. J., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Martin J. N., helper, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Center, 

w. o. 



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OAKLAND [ \J DIRECTORY. 261 

Martin John, carpenter, dwl 323 Fifth. 

Martin John, carpenter, dwl 661 Washington. 

Martin John K., barkeeper P. Hayes, dwl SE cor Broadway and Fourth. 

Martin Joseph, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad A v. bet Union and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
MARTIN J. WEST, president Union Savings Bank, office SE cor 

Broadway and Ninth, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Martin Peter* deck hand C. P. R. R. Go's steamer Alameda, W. 0. 
Martin Robert, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Campbell and Peralta. W. O. 
Martin Samuel, clerk, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Market and 

West. W. O. 
Martin Samuel, laborer Chappellet &, Miner, dwl 660 Harrison. 
Martin Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West, W. 0. 
Martin William, painter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 
Martin William, real estate, dwl 479 East Tenth, E. O. 
Martinez Joseph J., teamster, dwl 363 First. 

Martinez M. Mine., teacher modem languages, Golden Gate Acad- 
emy, dwl Academy Hill. 
Martinez Raoul, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl E s Alice cor Eighteenth. 
Martinovich M. S.,clerk Raffo Brothers, dwl Seventh bet Franklin 

and Webster. 
Martins Henry, painter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Mason Benjamin, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kirkham, 

W. 0. 
Mason Edward, painter C. P. R, R., W. O. 
Mason George E., trainer, Oakland Trotting Park. 
Mason James, laborer, dwl E s Thirteenth Av. bet East Fifteenth 

and East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Mason John A., laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Ade- 
line, W. O. 
Mason Joseph, farmer, dwl 653 Eleventh. 
Mason Joseph F., laborer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Mason John R., agent San Jose Woolen Mill Co. (S. F.), dwl W s 

Webster bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 
Mason Lorenzo D., carpenter, dwl S s Chase bet Wood and Willow, 

W. 0. 
Mason Marcus, sheep raiser, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet Twenty-first 

and Twenty-second. 
Mason Orville, dwl 653 Eleventh. 
Mason P., carpenter Bumham, Stand eford & Co. 
Mason Samuel, carpenter, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Temescal Bridge. 
Mason S. S., molder, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Mason Vincent, clerk, dwl West Twelfth nr Wood, W. O. 
Mason William C. (W. C. Mason & Co.), dwl 366 East Fourteenth, 

E. O. 
MASON N. C. & CO. (E. W. Warren), proprietors Washington 

Hall and grocers, 301 East Twelfth, E. O. 



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262 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

MASONIC HALLS, SW cor Broadway and Eighth and SE cor 

Broadway and Eleventh. 
Massey Fannie (widow), dwl 365 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Massey Harry R., clerk (S. F.), dwl 365 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Mather Charles H, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl cor Sixth and Webster. 
Mather H, real estate agent, dwl 831 Webster. 
Mather Joseph W., merchant (S. F.), dwl W s San Pablo Av. bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-first. 
Mather S. H. (/Smith & M.), and agent Liverpool & London & Globe 

Fire Insurance Co., dwl SW cor Sixth and Webster. 
Mathews August, restaurant, 1022 Broadway, dwl 419 Ninth. 
Mathews George W., tinsmith Lynde &, Howard, dwl Eastern Hotel, 

E. 0. 
Mathews Henry E., stationer (S. F.), dwl 104 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Mathews Julius C, architect, office 924 Broadway, dwl N s Durant 

bet Broadway and Franklin. 
Mathews Walter J., architect, dwl N s Durant bet Broadway and 

Franklin. 
Matson William, bricklayer Manhattan Marble Co., dwl Overland 

House. 
Matthews A., restaurant, dwl 419 Ninth. 
Matthews Charles, laborer, dwl 710 Franklin. 
Matthews Charles, laborer, dwl NE cor Second and Washington. 
Matthews William Y., dwl N s Twelfth bet Kirkham and Center, 

w. o. 

Matthewson James, dairy, dwl E s Webster junction of Broadway. 

Mattingly Simeon, miner, dwl 715 Jefierson. 

Mattingly W. T., clerk Home Mutual Insurance Co., dwl SW cor 

Fourth and Jefferson. 
Mattison Henry, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 

Pine, W. O. 
Matzcovitch Frank, cook (S. F.), dwl E s Lewis bet West Fifth and 

Railroad Av., W. O. 
Mau Charles, architect William Stokes, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Maul Charles, carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Mautalon Jean, cook Page & Malacarne, dwl SE cor Broadway and 

Seventh. 
Mauvais Zeno, agent Florence Sewing Machine, 456 Twelfth, dwl 

1057 Alice. 
Maxim Charles F., gardener Charles W. Kellogg, SW cor Fifteenth 

and Grove. 
Maxtrel C. E., machinist, Eighteenth nr Market. 
Maxwell Walter, carpenter, dwl 526 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
MAYER ADOLPH, upholsterer and mattressmaker, 1804 East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
May Alexander W., Livery stable SE cor East Eleventh and Twelfth 

Av., E. O., dwl W s Tenth Av. bet East Fourteenth and East 

Fifteenth, E. O. 
May E. A. (Grosso & M.), dwl 2084 Webster. 
May J. J., ship carpenter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 



Drink Napa Soda, a pure, natural mineral water. Agency, 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S — Every bale of hay sold by weight, 416 Ninth St.— 0. P. S. 



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May Noel, hoisting engineer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

May Richard, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s East Sixteenth bet Elev- 
enth and Twelfth avs, E. O. 

May Samuel, carpenter, dwl S s West Twentieth bet Curtis and 
West, W. O. ♦ 

May Thomas, agent, dwl 714 Castro. 

May William B., attorney at law, dwl E s Webster nr Durant. 

May born Charles G., farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Forty- 
second. 

Mayborn Mary Miss, teacher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Forty- 
second. 

Mayer Frank, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Poplar bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. 0. 

Mayer Henry, clerk E. Kreyenhagen & Co., dwl 827 Broadway. 

Mayer John, tinsmith Matthew De La Montanya, dwl 216 Eleventh. 

Mayhew Harrison A, grain broker (S. F.), dwl SW cor East Twelfth 
and Third Av., E. O. 

Mayo Henry, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Mayon T. H, physician, dwl SW cor Mai'ket and Sixteenth. 

MAYOR CITY OF OAKLAND, Mack Webber, office 6 City Hall. 

Mazanovich John, carriage painter Jacob Frederick, res Alameda. 

Maze William, carpenter, dwl 516 Ninth. 

McAdam Richard, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

McAlister John H., wool grader (S. F.), dwl 720 Linden. 

McAnghy E. B., surveyor, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and 
West Twelfth, W. 0. 

McArthur Daniel, merchant tailor, N s Railroad Av. cor Cedar, 
W. O. 

McArthur James, clerk, dwl Grand Western Hotel, W. O. 

McArthur John, clerk E. Kreyenhagen & Co., 827 Broadway. 

McEvery Bernard, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Atlantic 
and William, W. O. 

McAvoy Hugh J. ( Beaudry & McA.), dwl 853 Franklin. 

McBain M., laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

McBean Alexander, farmer, dwl 967 Jackson. 

McBoyle J. A., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Lincoln bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 

McBride A. H, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl West Twelfth nr Willow, 
W. O. 

McBride M., machine hand Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

McBrien Patrick, laborer, dwl 759 Castro. 

McBurney L. M., carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

McCabe Edward, laborer, dwl NE cor Seventh Av. and East Seven- 
teenth, E. O. 

McCabe Joseph, farm hand F. C. Coggeshall, W s San Pablo Av. nr 
Temescal Bridge. 

McCabe Michael, bookkeeper J. J. O'Shea, dwl 719 Sixth. 

McCabe Nicholas P., carpenter, dwl Ws Filbert bet West Third and 
West Fifth, W. O. 

McCafferty William, mason, dwl S s Lyda nr Curtis. 



STRICKLAND & CO.'S Stationery Store is No. 1061 Broadway, 



E. W. "WOODWARD & CO., desirable business property for sale. 



264 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

McCaffrey P., waiter Grand Central Hotel. 

McCallum John G., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 1115 Jackson. 

McCann John, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

McCarey Thomas, painter, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 

McCarge^r Fannie Miss, clerk Dunham & Lathrop, dwl Mansion 
House. 

McCarroll Michael, laborer C. P. P. P., W. O. 

McCarthy Daniel, calker C. P. P. R., dwl Pailroad Exchange, W. O. 

McCarthy, Daniel, laborer, dwl 833 Brush. 

McCarthy Daniel, plumber J. J. O'Shea. 

McCarthy Florence, dwl 712 Fifth. 

McCarthy Florence, laborer, dwl N s Fourth bet Grove and Castro. 

McCarthy James, deck hand C. P. R. P. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 

McCarthy James, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

McCarthy James, painter, dwl 470 Eighth. 

McCarthy John, foreman L. M. Beaudry, dwl 852 Broadway. 

McCarthy John, plumber, dwl SW cor Sixth and Harrison. 

McCarthy Patrick, blacksmith, dwl E s Henry bet West Third and 
West Fifth, W. 0. 

McCai-thy Patrick, laborer, dwl S s William bet Cedar and Pine, 
W. O. 

McCarthy Patrick, fireman C. P. P. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

McCarthy William, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl 517 Ninth. 

McCarthy William H, real estate agent, dwl W s Campbell bet 
Railroad Av. and William, W. O. 

McCaslin Andrew J., teamster, dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth, E. 0. 

McCausland J. A., carpenter, dwl cor Center and West Eleventh, 

w. o. 

McChesney Joseph B., principal High and Irving Grammar School, 
dwl E s Franklin nr Eighteenth. 

McClanahan A., laborer, dwl 704 Broadway. 

McClanahan Absalom, dyer, dwl 310 Third. 

McClane G. T., express wagon, SW cor Broadway and Eighth, dwl 
366 Second. 

McClean William, carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth nr Market. 

McClellan Joseph, ship carpenter, dwl West Oakland House, W. O. 

McCleverty Charles (McCleverty & Noblett), dwl 567 Eighth. 

McCLEVERTY & NOBLETT (Charles McCleverty mid Robert Nob- 
lett), livery stable, 860 Broadway. 

McClintock Joseph, laborer Joseph Ough, dwl S s East Sixteenth bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 

McCloskey James, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

McCloskey Patrick, laborer, dwl SW cor Twenty-second and Market. 

McCloud John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McCloy Henry, gardener, dwl E s Webster bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second. 

McCLURE DAYID Rev., principal California Military Academy, 
N s Prospect Av. bet Telegraph Av. and Broadway. 

McClure S., mason, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 



Fresh milk cream and butter milk, wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S.— Oatmeal and corn meal, 116 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



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McClure Stewart Major, military instructor California Military Aca- 
demy, N s Prospect Av. bet Telegraph Av. and Broadway. 

McCluskey H., laborer, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and Fil- 
'bert, W. O. % 

McCollum E. B., painter C. P. R. P., W. O. 

McComb John, fanner, dwl E s Chesnut nr Twenty-eighth. 

McConky August, farmer, dwl Magnolia nr Thirty -fourth. 

McConnell Elizabeth (widow), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

McConnell George F., rubber Manhattan Marble Co., dwl 962 Clay. 

McConnell Mary A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 962 Clay. 

McConnell James D., saddler, 809 Broadway, dwl Broadway nr Third. 

McCormack Edward, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 
Kirkham and Poplar, W. O. 

McCormack John F., marble cutter, dwl SW cor Sixth and Harrison. 

McCormack Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet Pine 
and Cedar, W. O. 

McCormick J. A., brakeman, dwl E s Center bet West Ninth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

McCorty John, porter Grand Central Hotel. 

McCosker James, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McCourtney James F., artist, dwl E s Telegraph Av. opp. Evoy Av. 

McCourtney John H, real estate, dwl E s Telegraph Av. opp. Evoy 
Av. 

McCourtney P. C, plumber Becht & Nicol, dwl E s Telegraph Av. 
opp. Evoy Av. 

McCover Bridget (widow), dwl NW cor Castro and Nineteenth. 

McCracken George Stewart, assistant agent C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor 
Filbert and Third. 

McCracken Thomas, dwl W s Filbert bet West First and West Third, 

w. o. 

McCrane Dennis, carpenter, dwl West Twelfth nr Wood, W. O. 
McCray William K., ship carpenter, dwl West Twelfth nr Wood, 

W. 0. 
McCrimmon KennetUj carpenter, dwl 810 Market. 
McCrindle William, iron merchant (S. F.), dwl S s Short bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
McCrum Robert (R. McCrum <k Co.), dwl W s Webster bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. 
McCRUM R. & CO. (James J. Cadogan), wholesale and retail 

groceries, provisions, etc., SW cor Broadway and Twelfth. 
McCuary Daniel, brakeman C. P. R. R, dwl 1052 Thirteenth Av., 

E. O. 
McCue R., painter, dwl Eland House. 
McCullough Hamilton, dwl 1168 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
McCullough James, carpenter dwl 310 Fifth. 
McCully John, student, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
McCurdy James, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Pine and Wood, W. O. 
McCurdy Robert, laborer, dwl 358 Fourth. 



Buy School Books, etc., at STRICKLAND <& CO.'S, 1061 Broadway. 



WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, houses rented and rents collected. 



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OAKLAND. 



G. E. SMITH, 

(Late County Clerk, Alameda County.) 

Real Estate Exctap, Wary Pile 

SEARCHER OF RECORDS and CONVEYANCER, 

West side Broadway, near Corner Fifth, 

Next Block to New Court Rouse. 

Gives his personal attention to Searching Kecords, making out and acknowl- 
edging Deeds, Mortgages, Homesteads, Leases, Road Petitions, and Copying 
of Papers for public and private use. He is prepared to negotiate Loans on Real 
Estate Security for parties desiring to borrow or loan money. He has for Sale 
a large list of desirable property in Oakland, Brooklyn, Fruit Vale, and vici- 
nity. Also, beautiful Farms and Homestead Tracts on the San Leandro Rancho, 
and in various parts of Alameda County. 



For Ice Cream Freezers go to J. S. G. GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S— Whole barley and corn, 416 Ninth nr Broadway— 0. P. S. 



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267 



McCutcheon Frank, harness cleaner L. M. Beaudiy, dwl 852 Broad- 
way. 

McCutcheon Frank, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

McCutcheon Robert, liquor dealer, dwl 370 Eighth. 

McCutcheon Robert, stableman Shannon & Brown, dwl 816 Broad- 
way. 

McCutcheon William, teamster, dwl 210 Eighth. 

McCutcheon William, hackman L. M. Beaudiy, dwl 852 Broadway. 

McCutcheon William, laborer L. M. Beaudiy, dwl 852 Broadway. 

McDaniel Thomas J., liquor saloon, NW cor Railroad Av. and Wood, 
dwl S s Atlantic bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 

McDenna Martin, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl N s Sixth 
bet Alice and Jackson. 

McDermott M., overseer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl S s Third nr 
Grove. 

McDermott Patrick, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

McDonald A. J., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 
Wood, W. 0. 

McDonald Anthony, carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

McDonald Archibald, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

McDonald B., carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl Grand Western 
Hotel, W. O. 

McDonald Cornelius, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

McDonald Donald, carpenter, dwl S s Atlantic bet Willow and 
Wood, W. O. 

McDonald Edward, mariner, dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East Sixteenth 
and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

McDonald F. F., farmer, dwl W s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

McDonald J., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

McDonald J. A. C, plumber, E s Broadway nr Fifteenth, dwl W s 
Telegraph Av. nr Walton. 

McDonald James, blacksmith, dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, 

w. o. 

McDonald James, carpenter, dwl 869 East Fifteenth, E. O. 

McDonald John, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

McDonald John, painter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

McDonald John E., capitalist, dwl NE cor East Tenth and Eighth 
Av., E. O. 

McDonald Joseph B., carpenter, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Fifth and 
Market, W. O. 

McDonald Mary S. (widow), dwl E s Sixth Av. bet East Eighteenth 
and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

McDonald William H., carpenter, dwl E s Henry bet West Third 
and West Fifth, W. O. 

McDonough M., laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 

McDonnell M., stock broker (S. F.), dwl SE cor Railroad Av. and 
Center, W. O. 

McDonough M., tinsmith, dwl West Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 



STRICKLAND & CO. manufacture account books to order. 



E. W. WOODWARD & CO.— 958 Broadway— Real Estate Agents. 



268 OAKLAND [jVI DIRECTORY. 

McDonough Margaret (widow), dwl West Fifteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkkam, W. O. 
McDonough Michael, blacksmith, dwl SE cor Wood and Chase, W. O. 
McDonough Thomas, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 
McDougal John, carpenter, dwl W s Henry bet West Third and 

West Fifth, W. 0. 
McDougal W. J., music teacher, dwl 1057 Washington. 
McEarly Daniel, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
McElroy Henry, clerk James McElroy, dwl NE cor Seventh and 

Clay. • 
McElroy James, groceries and liquors, NE cor Seventh and Clay, 

dwl 524 Seventh. 
McElroy M., carpenter, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkhani, 

w. o. 

McElroy Michael, hostler Shattuck & Hillegass, dwl 457 Eighth. 
McEnerney John, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 416 Seventh. 
McEvoy Francis, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
McEwen William, farmer, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Adeline. 
McFadden John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McFadden John, laborer, dwl S s Thirteenth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 
McFarland John, stair builder, dwl 517 Ninth. 
McFadyen John, baggageman C. P. R. R., res San Francisco. 
McFarland Charles, car repairer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
McFarlane Duncan, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl SE cor Fourteenth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. 0. 
McFay Daniel, carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
McGEORGE H. D., bill poster (and McGeorge and Jones), dwl 

360 Fifth. 
McGeorge & Jones ( H. D. McGeorge and F. Jones), Pacific Coast 

Depot advertising agency, office 13 Wilcox Block. 
McGlahan Michael, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
McGrath James (Northey & McG.), dwl W s Sixteenth Av. bet East 

Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
McGrath John, carpenter, dwl 1021 Franklin* 
McGrath M., laborer C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
McGrath Michael, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl E s Grove 

bet Caledonia and Sycamore. 
McGrath Michael, milkman, dwl cor Nineteenth and Kirkham,W. O. 
McGraw George, lamplighter Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl Ninth nr 

Brush. 
McGraw Michael, lamplighter, dwl 714 Ninth. 
McGeorge H. D., bill poster, dwl 360 Fifth. 
McGerry Andrew, proprietor Winthrop House, 409 Seventh. 
McGarry Sampson, fisherman, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and 

Adeline. 
McGarven D., carpenter, dwl 415 Seventh. 
McGavin Patrick, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Fifteenth bet 

Center and Cypress, W. O. 
McGee John, bridge inspector C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. O. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S — Oakland Peed Store, 416 Ninth near Broadway— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 269 

McGee P., machinist, dwl West Seventeenth bet Cypress and Cen- 
ter, w. o. 

McGettigan Patrick F., baker, N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and 
Pine, W. 0. 

McGiffin Thomas, porter, dwl 715 Sixth. 

McGill H., carpenter, dwl N s West Fifteenth bet Market and 
West. 

McGillan F., salesman (S. F.), dwl E s Chestnut bet West Tenth 
and West Twelfth, W. O. 

McGillvary James, mining, dwl SE cor Eleventh and Madison. 

McGinnis Bernard, drayman, dwl 472 East Eleventh, E. O. 

McGinnis B. E., engineer, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. 0. 

McGittigen Morris, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

McGIVNEY JAMES, plumber and gasfitter, 965 Franklin. 

McGolley P., millhand, dwl S s West Eighteenth bet Market and 
West. 

McGonigle J., farmer, dwl IS" s West Twelfth bet Kirkham and 
Center, W. O. ■ 

McGovern Andrew J. (Van Embergh & McGovern), dwl Thir- 
teenth bet Broadway and Washington. 

McGovern Michael, laborer, dwl 665 Webster. 

McGowan D., laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McGowan Martin, expressman, dwl S s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway 
and Telegraph Av. 

McGowan S. H., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., 

McGregor D. E. Mrs., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

McGregor James, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl 666 Tenth. 

McGregor M. S., dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, 

w. o. 

McGregor Richard, carpenter, dwl 856 Clay. 

McGreevey P., cook Christian Bauder & Co., dwl 838 Broadway. 

McGrew Patterson H., carriagemaker and blacksmith, 1062 Thir- 
teenth Av., dwl 1051 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

McGuire Frank, barkeeper Thomas McGuire, dwl Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Washington. 

McGuire Frank, gardener, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

McGuire James E., rigger, dwl cor Tenth and Franklin. 

McGuire J. M., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 

McGuire M., dwl 409 Seventh. 

McGuire Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

McGuire Thomas, liquor saloon, 821 Broadway, dwl Third bet Web- 
ster and Harrison. 

McGuire Thomas E., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood, W. O. 

McHarg Arthur, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl West Fifteenth bet Center 
and Cypress, W. O. 



We import the latest styles of Stationery— STRICKLAND & CO. 



E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, desirable cheap lots for sale. 



270 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

McHasser James, mason, dwl 1ST s West Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

McHenry L., clerk, dwl N s "West Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 
W. 0. 

McHenry Samuel, merchant (S. F.), dwl 254 Fourth. 

McHogan Thomas, plasterer, dwl St. Charles Hotel 

McHugh John, merchant (S. F.), dwl 817 Jackson. 

Mclnerney Thomas, butcher (S. F.), dwl San Pablo Road nr Forty- 
second. 

Mclnnis John, ship carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet "West Third and 
"West Fifth, W. O. 

Mcintosh Alexander, laborer, dwl E s Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

Mcintosh Daniel, blacksmith Ives Scoville & Co., dwl 811 Wash- 
ington. 

Mcintosh Edwin, carpenter, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Mcintosh James, carpenter, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Mcintosh Robert J., school teacher, dwl S s Tenth bet Market and 
West. 

Mclntyre Thomas, brakeman C. P. P. R., W. O. 

Mclvean Patrick, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 

McKay Arthur, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Short bet Cedar 
and Bay, W. 0. 

McKay C. P., policeman City Hall, dwl W s Franklin bet Ninth 
and Tenth. 

McKay William L., painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl 667 Eleventh. 

McKean Clarissi (widow), dwl 751 Castro. 

McKEAND GEORGE W., searcher records, oflice SE cor Broad- 
way and Fourth, dwl SE cor Seventeenth Av. and East Fif- 
teenth, E. O. 

McKee Andrew J., carpenter, dwl S s Nineteenth bet Castro and 
Brush. 

McKee Edward D., clerk (S. F.), dwl NW cor Adeline and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

McKee Jerome, farmer, dwl N s Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth. 

McKee R. L., attorney at law, office 1004 Broadway, dwl NW cor 
Adeline and West Twelfth, West Oakland. 

McKee Samuel B., judge Third District Court, chambers 1004 Broad- 
way, dwl NW cor Adeline and West Twelfth, W. O. 

McKeirnan John, carpenter, dwl cor West Eighteenth and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

McKen Adam, janitor County Court House, dwl 415 Fourth. 

McKenna Matthew, lather, dwl W s Peralta bet Lincoln and Sew- 
ard, W. O. 

McKenna Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet 
Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

McKennan Daniel, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Market. 

McKenny John M., cook R. A. Litle, Grand Western Restaurant, 

w. o. 



GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



Oil-cake meal and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street near Bdwy. 






OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 271 

McKenny Patrick, car cleaner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

McKenzie D., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kirkham, W. O. 

McKenzie George, carpenter, dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
McKenzie S. S., farmer, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
McKENZIE WILLIAM W., undertaker, 412 Eighth, dwl 408 

Eighth. 
McKeman John, carpenter (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighteenth bet 

Cypress and Kirkham, W. 0. 
McKew James, farmer, dwl W s Adeline nr Twentieth. 
McKillian W., builder-, dwl Newland's Hotel. 
McKinlay Archibald, agent Bank British North America (S. F.), 

dwl 779 Eighth. 
McKinney John, insurance agent, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson. 
McKinnon Daniel, carpenter, dwl SE cor West Third and Adeline, 

w. o. 

McKinsey James, carpenter, dwl N s Durant bet Broadway and 

Franklin. 
McKinstry E. W., associate justice Supreme Court of California, 

dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
McKinzie William, master mechanic, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and 

Lincoln, W. O. 
McKissick David, teamster, dwl S s Twenty-third bet Broadway and 

Telegraph Av. 
McKnight A. J., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
McLAFFERTY B. S. Rev., pastor First Baptist Church, dwl W 

s Market bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 
McLaine S., carpenter, dwl N s Lincoln bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

McLane Charles, saddler, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. 0. 
McLane John, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
McLane J. T., express wagon, dwl 366 Second. 
McLaren Charles S. (Prescott & Co.), dwl NW cor East Fourteenth 

and Tenth Av., E. O. 
McLaren James. C, real estate (S. F.), dwl 14 Pine, Pearson's Row, 

w. o. 

McLaren P. M., physician, dwl NW cor East Ninth and Fifth Av. 

E. O. 
McLaughlin Barney, driver Oakland, Brooklyn & Fruit Vale R. R., 

dwl N s Fifteenth bet Fifth and Sixth avs, E. O. 
McLaughlin Daniel, lather, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Chase, 

W. O. 
McLaughlin E. M., teamster, dwl N s Sixth bet Broadway and 

Washington. 
McLaughlin Hugh, plasterer, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Third and 

West Fifth, W. O. 
McLaughlin John, ship carpenter, dwl 1087 West Third, W. O. 
McLaughlin M., laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 



Rich goods suitable for presents at STRICKLAND & CO.'S store. 



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McLaughlin Minnie Mrs., dwl 776 Sixth. 

McLaughlin Owen, collector Oakland Bank of Savings, dwl 1122 
Eleventh Av., E. O. 

McLawton Edward, miner, dwl E s Chestnut bet West Tenth and 
West Twelfth, W. O. 

McLean Ann (widow), dwl 216 Fifth. 

McLean Edward (McLean & Hardy, S. F.), real estate agent, dwl 
NE cor Brown and West. 

McLean H. G., printer, dwl E s Linden nr West Twelfth, W. O. 

McLEAN JOHN K. Rev., pastor First Congregational Church, 
dwl 1008 Washington. 

McLean Thomas G. Rev., dwl SW cor Twelfth Av. and East Nine- 
teenth, E. O. 

McLeod Alexander, calker, dwl W s Chester bet West Third and West 
Fifth, W. O. 

McLeod Neal E., carpenter, dwl NE cor Twelfth Av. and East Six- 
teenth, E. 0. 

McLerran B., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. 0. 

McLoughlan Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Cedar bet Goss 
and Short, W. O. 

McLure John, laborer, dwl Fourteenth nr West. 

McMahon James, baker Thomson Bros., dwl 838 Broadway. 

McMahon John, hostler J. C. Trescott, dwl 405 Twelfth. 

McMahon Mathew, hackman L. M. Beaudry, dwl 852 Broadway. 

McMahon Thomas, laborer, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

McMahon William, laborer, dwl cor Twenty-sixth and Union. 

McMannan William, stableman Josiah Sessions, dwl NE cor Seventh 
Av. and East Eighteenth, E. O. 

McManus Bernard C, carpenter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Grove 
and Jefferson. 

McManus James, gardener S. B. McKee, NW cor Adeline and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

McManus Patrick, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise, dwl 1115 
East Fourteenth, E. O. 

McManus Patrick, marble polisher Madden & Sheedy, dwl cor Third 
and Broadway. 

McMaster Christian, trainer, Oakland Trotting Park. 

McMerrick T., painter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

McMichaels S. T., carpenter, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Kirkham 
and Center, W. O. 

McMillan Margaret (widow), dwl E s Myrtle bet West Third and 
West Fifth, W. O. 

McMillan William, driver William W. McKenzie, dwl 860 Jeffer- 
son. 

McMurry Mary (widow), furnished rooms, 565 Second. 

McNair Mary (widow), dwl 1059 Jackson. 

McNally John, blacksmith, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McNamara Michael, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 



J. S. G. GORDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S— Oregon oats and ground barley, 116 Ninth Street— 0. P. S. 



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MclSTamara Patrick, groceries and liquors, SW cor West Third and 
Myrtle, W. O. 

MclSTamara Patrick, laborer, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

MclSTamara Patrick, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl 610 Sec- 
ond. 

McNaugton A. E., dwl W s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

McNeal Lizzie (widow), dwl Union bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth, W. O. 

McNear George W., merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet West 
Eighteenth and Twentieth, W. O. 

McNemee Francis, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McNemee Peter, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

McNiel John, farmer William Kennedy, S s East Fourteenth nr 
Twenty-second Av., E. O. 

McNinime Patrick, stableman, dwl 860 Broadway. 

McPhail Peter, stableman, Oakland Trotting Park. 

McPheal A., carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

McPhee J. A., carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

McPherson N. J., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

McQuaid Patrick, car inspector C. P. R. R., dwl N s Chase bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

McQuarrie D., brakeman local train C. P. R. R., E. O. 

McQuart A., pipemaker Contra Costa .Water Co. 

McQuilken John, bricklayer, dwl 730 Filbert. 

McQuilken Patrick, laborer, dwl 410 Tenth. 

McQuilken Thomas, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

McQuillan Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet West 
Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 

McSweeney P., brakeman C. P. R. R, dwl N s Twelfth bet Market 
and West. 

McTavish Donald C, plasterer, dwl 709 Fifth. 

McVean E., pile driver C. P. R. R., W. O. 

McVey John, carpenter, dwl W s Clay bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth. 

McWade David, road master C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Tenth Av. 
and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

McWethey Edwin, mining, dwl 31 Valley bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth. 

Mc Williams James, laborer Oakland Railroad, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Mc Worthy Frank J., mining, dwl E s New Broadway nr Twenty- 
fourth. 

Meacham B., carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 

Meacham R., proprietor Bartlett House, 473 Seventh. 

Maad James F., dwl N" s Twenty-fifth nr Telegraph Av. 

Mead Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 
and Cedar, W. O. 

Mead T. W., steamboat agent, dwl Cedar bet Division and Chase, 
W. O. 



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OAKLA! GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 



The Company is constantly adding to its facilities for supplying Gas, 
and will continue the policy of reducing the price as its business may 
warrant. 



Office, S. S. Second St. bet. Broadway & Washington. 

f orb, H. E. Cor. Washington and First Sts. 



H. H. HAZGHT, - - President. 
JOSEPH G. EASTLAND, Secretary. 
VAXT LEEE EASTXiAXTD, 

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JAMBS McGIVNEY, 

PLUMBER and GAS FITTER, 

965 FRANKLIN, BET. NINTH & TENTH STS. 

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MISCELLANEOUS, SCHOOL AND BLANK 

BOOKS, 

STATIONERY, CUTLERY, FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS & SMALL WARES 

Pianos and Organs for Sale or Rent. 

CORNER TWELFTH STREET AND BROADWAY, 



NAPA SODA is recommended by physicians as healthful drinking. 



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MEADER HORACE P., agent Whitney & Co.'s Express, office 
855 Broadway, dwl NE cor Eleventh and Madison. 

Mead Henry C, student, dwl SE cor East Ninth and Sixth Av., E. 0. 

Meagher John, plasterer, dwl 965 Jefferson. 

Meagher Michael, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 

Meath S. E., plumber, dwl Thirty-seventh nr San Pablo Av. 

Medefesser J. P., carpenter, dwl Alta House. 

Meder L. M., printer, dwl 807 Washington. 

Medoras Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Medtke Otto, watchman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Mee James, machinist, dwl E s Webster bet Seventeenth and Eight- 
eenth. 

Meehan Michael, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Meek Annie P. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, dwl SW cor 
Madison and Tenth. 

Meeker George C, architect, dwl E s Eleventh Av. bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth, E. 0. 

Meeks William N., real estate agent, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr 
Sycamore. 

Meer Christopher, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Megohan John W., plasterer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Mehan Michael, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Meinecke Phoebe (widow), laundry S s East Fourteenth bet Eight- 
eenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Melbourne Richard, porter (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet Railroad 
Av. and West Fifth, W. O. 

Mellins F, laborer, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 

Mellis F. J. (Mellis & Lippman), dwl 662 Fifth. 

Mellis Frederick R., salesman Mellis & Lippman, dwl 662 Fifth. 

Mellis &, Lippman (F. J. Jfellis and A. Lippman), dry and fancy 
goods, 841 Broadway. 

Melius John, carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Campbell and Willow, 

w. o. 

Melville Frank, carriagemaker M. W. Allen, dwl Eland House. 

Mendoza Ramona (widow), dwl S s East Sixteenth bet Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 

Menger A., hairdresser, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Menges Adam, capitalist, dwl 325 Ninth. 

Menges Henry, hairdresser F. W. Seiglitz, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Menke D., clerk E. Kreyenhagen & Co., dwl 827 Broadway. 

Mennomy Hugh, laborer, dwl 812 Filbert. 

Meny Joseph, workman Washington Brewery, dwl 826 Broadway. 

Menzein H., baggageman C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W.. O. 

Merchand Jose, gardener Jane E. Requa, S s Adams Av. bet town 
line and Fruit Vale, E. O. 

Meredith Darling, clerk, dwl W s Alice bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Meredith Griffith, mining, dwl W s Alice bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth. 

Merithew Charles H., dwl SE cor East Eleventh and Fifth Av., E. O. 



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Merithew Joseph C, mercliant (S. F.), dwl SE cor East Eleventh 
and Fifth Av., E. O. 

Merkel Ernest, waiter Alta House. 

Merle Adrien, clerk (S. F), dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and 
West Twelfth, W. O. 

Merle Hugh, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Thirteenth bet Market and West. 

Merrell Edward A., carpenter, dwl 218 Fifth. 

Merriam Charles, laborer, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth. 

Merrick C, painter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, W. O. 

Merrill James T., carpentei', dwl S s Twenty-hftk bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Men-ill J. E., dwl S s Eighteenth bet West and Market. 

Merrill Parker, wood and coal dealer (S. F.), dwl 174 Sixth. 

Merritt Ambrose, carpenter William W. McKenzie, dwl 408 Eighth. 

Merritt Hannah H. Mrs., private school, dwl W s Webster bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth. 

Merritt Henry, master mariner, dwl 404 Thirteenth. 

Merritt James P., bookkeeper, dwl W s Webster bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth. 

Merritt Samuel M.D., real estate and proprietor Oakland Lumber 
Yard, foot Washington, dwl E s Jackson bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth. 

Merritt William C. Rev., dwl S s Twenty-fourth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Merwin D. W., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Merwin Joseph B., laborer Joseph Ough, dwl 732 Linden, W. 0. 

Merwin Josiah B., dwl 732 Linden, W. O. 

Mesajer Louis, clerk, dwl 617 Sixth. 

Messmer Kilion, laborer, cor Thirteenth Av. and East Thirty-secOnd, 
E. O. 

Metcalf Orlando F, carpenter, dwl 356 Ninth. 

Metcalf George D., bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res Berkeley. 

Metcalf Olive (widow), dwl 910 Franklin. 

Methven Alexander H, watchman William Wilson, dwl 961 Broad- 
way. 

Mensel Charles F., teamster, dwl N s Seventeenth nr Market. 

Meves Otto, jeweler Lewis P. Berger, dwl 967 Broadway. 

Meyer Henry, hairdresser, dwl 360 Third. 

MEYER HENRY H, proprietor Eureka Hotel, SW cor Seventh 
and Washington. 

Meyer Jolm H, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl SE cor Willow and Pacific, 
W. O. 

Meyer J. W. (Schreiber <fc M.), dwl Twelfth bet Brush and West. 

Meyers Andrew F., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl SE cor Eighth 
and Clay. 

Meyers George C, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Meyers Henry, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Mezen Henry, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet Goss and 
Short, W. O. 



J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ice. 469 Ninth St. 



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Mhoon John, attorney at law (S. F), dwl W s Adeline bet West 
Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Michel Auguste, liquor saloon, 715 Broadway. , 

Michel Hugo, baker, dwl 320 Fourth. 

Michel Lujes, tailor Simon Gray, Railroad Av. bet Market and 
Myrtle, W. O. 

Michel Louisa (widow), N s old county road nr Sausal Creek. 

Michels A., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Adeline, W. O. 

Michelson Michael, captain C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise, dwl 59 
East Twelfth, E. O. 

Mickle S. T., liquor saloon, 675 East Twelfth, E. 0., res San Francisco. 

Miers Frederick, clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. and West 
Eighth, W. 0. 

Mihills L. K., superintendent and teacher bookkeeping Golden Gate 
Academy, Plymouth Av. bet Broadway and Telegraph Av., dwl 
Academy Hill. 

MILBURY SAMUEL, real estate agent, office 909 Broadway, dwl 
AV s Alice nr Seventeenth. 

Mildew A., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Miles Richard, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Miley J. A. ( Miley <k Laage), dwl 405 Ninth. 

Miley &, Laage (J. A. Miley and William Laage), confectionery and 
ice cream, 916 Broadway. 

Mill John, stableman Jerome C. Ford, SW cor East Ninth and Fifth 
Av., E. O. 

Mill Robert, laborer California Bridge and Building Co. 

Mill William W., carpenter, dwl SE cor Eighth Av. and East Six- 
teenth, E. O. 

Millar John, saddler (S. F), dwl NE cor Tenth and Kirkham, W. O. 

Millar John E., searcher records (S. F.), dwl NE cor Tenth and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Millard J. H., foreman painter C. P. R. R,, W. O. 

Millard N. C, salesman, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Ade- 
line, W. O. 

Miller Andrew, molder, dwl 738 Linden, W. O. 

Miller Christian, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Miller Edward, lather, dwl 811 Washington. 

Miller Ernest, jeweler, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Twenty-second. 

Miller George, junk dealer (S. F), dwl 1117 Alice. 

Miller George, harnessman George Stubbs, dwl 415 Fourth. 

Miller George, oysterman A. Campbell, dwl Webster bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth. 

Miller George A., dwl N s Ninth bet Jackson and Madison. 

Miller H. R. Mrs., dwl 946 Myrtle. 

MILLER JAMES, California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, 
junction Park Av. and East Twelfth, E. O., dwl junction Park 
Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Miller James, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Miller James, clerk (S. F), dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighteenth 
and West Twentieth, W. O. 



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MILLER J. FRANK, auditor Custom House (S. F.), dwl N s Lin- 
den bet West Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 

Miller John, driver Joseph Branstetter, dwl 908 Broadway. 

Miller John, forger King & Williams, dwl 738 Linden, W. O. 

Miller John R., foreman Phillips & Chandler, dwl 1114 Eighteenth 
Av., E. O. 

Miller John W. (Miller & Rail, S. F.), dwl SE cor Adeline and 
West Eighteenth, W. O. 

Miller John W, junk dealer, dwl E s Union bet West Twenty-fourth 
and West Twenty-sixth, W. O. 

Miller Joseph, cook C. Bauder & Co., dwl 838 Broadway. 

Miller Lewis, tanner and currier, dwl 707 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Miller Michael, junk dealer, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 

Miller N., physician, office 1004 Broadway, dwl 364 Eighth. 

Miller O. C, clerk U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl N s Jackson nr Lake 
Merritt. 

Miller Paul, foreman C. P. R. R, dwl E s Eleventh Av. bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Miller Peter, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl NE cor Fourteenth and West. 

Miller T. B., machinist, dwl S s West Ninth bet Chester and Per- 
alta, W. O. 

Miller W. F., dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth and West Four- 
teenth, W. O. 

Miller William, helper Blethen & Terry, dwl Eland House. 

Miller William E., dwl W s Webster bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

MILLER WILLIAM N. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.), dwl NE cor 
Ninth and Madison. 

Millett George, dwl East Fourteenth bet Second and Third avs, E. O. 

Millett O. F. (widow), dwl East Fourteenth bet Second and Third 
avs, E. O. 

Milliard A., dwl 416 First. 

Milligan Henry G., bookkeeper Oakland Lumber Yard, dwl 369 
Eleventh. 

Milliken J., carpenter, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Wood and Willow, 
W. 0. 

Milliken Peter, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine 
and Wood, W. O. 

Millman Frederick, carpenter, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Milne Alexander O., foreman Evening Bulletin (S. F.), dwl N s 
Waller nr Telegraph Av. 

Milner David, gardener, dwl 955 Jackson. 

Mills George S., student, dwl W s Market bet Tenth and Eleventh. 

Mills Isaac C, cigars and tobacco (S. F.), dwl N s Chase bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Mills W., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Alameda. 

Milton Anthony, engineer City Wharf, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr 
Twenty-eighth. 

Milwain Alexander, carpenter, dwl SW cor Franklin and Sixteenth. 

Milward Joseph, clerk, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 



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Miner A., cigarmaker, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 

Miner John M. (Chappellet &: M.), dwl SW cor Ninth and Clay. 

Miner O. H., engineer C. P. R. R, res Sacramento. 

Miner William, carpenter, dwl Star House, W. O. 

Minor William, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Minnis Frederick, clerk, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Mintie A. E., physician, dwl Newland's Hotel. 

Mires John C, carpenter, dwl 627 Filbert. 

Mitchell Charles T., tinsmith Matthew De La Montanya, dwl St. 
Charles Hotel. 

Mitchell Edward, bricklayer, dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Mitchell George H., dwl SE cor Fifteenth and West. 

Mitchell James, farmer, dwl West Fourteenth nr Kirkham, W. 0. 

Mitchell John W., dwl West Eighth nr Wood, W. O. 

Mitchell Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Mitchell M. J., ship joiner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Mitchell Samuel, laborer, dwl Fourteenth nr Market. 

Mitchell S. H, special policeman, dwl N s Fifth nr Washington. 

Mitchell Thomas, clerk, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

Mitchell Thomas, laborer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Mitchell Thomas Addison, clerk (S. F.), dwl 356 Tenth. 

Mitchell William H, mining, dwl N s Walton nr Telegraph Av. 

Moffatt J. W. , dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Moffitt Frank, barkeeper James Moffitt, dwl 617 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Moffitt George, merchant, dwl Washington bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth. 

Moffitt James, liquor saloon, 1052 Thirteenth Av., dwl 617 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Mohr Henry, laborer James Dalziel, dwl S s Caledonia Av. bet 
Grove and Telegraph Av. 

Mohrman Henry, butcher, dwl SW cor Seventh and Washington. 

Molley W. H, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Molouney Thomas, shoemaker, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Molton Edward, dwl W s Linden bet West Eighteenth and West 
Twentieth, W. O. 

Molton Flora (widow), dwl 508 Eighth. 

Molton Floyd, contractor, dwl 508 Eighth. 

Momyer Hemy, carpenter, dwl SE cor Third and Castro. 

Monahan Patrick, car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

Monahan William, hostler Tinkham & Butterfield, dwl 368 Eleventh. 

Money han F. F., farmer, dwl W s Eighteenth nr Adeline, W. O. 

Monholland John, painter, dwl 518 East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Monnett Joseph, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Montague James P., captain tug boat Amelia, 565 Fifth. 

Montague Richard, dwl W s Filbert bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 



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Montague E. W. Mrs., dwl W s Filbert bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. 0. 
Montague Samuel 8., chief engineer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Filbert 

bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Montanari Jacob, bootmaker Cornor & Broad, dwl 403 Ninth. 
Monteith Andrew, broker, dwl E s Brush bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Montgaillard Mary Miss, dressmaker, dwl 953 Webster. 
Montgomery C. F., foreman Oakland Transcript, dwl 516 Sixth. 
Montgomery F. A., dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Montgomery John, stock raiser, dwl 1159 Franklin. 
MONTGOMERY ZACH, attorney at law, office 921 Broadway, 

dwl E s Telegraph Av. 1^ miles from City Hall. 
Montrose J. B., carpenter, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
MOOAR GEORGE Rev., professor Theological Seminary, dwl N 

s Edwards nr Broadway. 
Moody Horace, dwl E s Filbert bet West First and West Third, 

W. 0. 
Moon John H, ship joiner, dwl N s Atlantic bet Pine and Cedar, 

w. o. 

Moon Walter, laborer, dwl N s Lyclia bet Market and Curtis. 

Mooney James, dwl NW cor Eleventh Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Mooney James, wiper C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Mooney John, sewing machine agent, 812 Broadway. 

Mooney M. J. Mrs., milliner, 812 Broadway. 

Moor Ephraim, trackman, dwl Oakland Trotting Park nr San Pablo 

Av. 
Moor G. W., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Moore Mrs. (widow), dwl N s West Fifth bet Henry and Lewis, 

w. o. 

Moore Albert A., district attorney, office County Court House, dwl 

1053 Fifth Av., E. O. 
MOORE A. P., books, stationery, cutlery, fancy goods, etc., SW cor 

Twelfth and Broadway, dwl 1211 Franklin. 
Moore Daniel, conductor local train C. P. R. R., dwl 1055 Thirteenth 

Av., E. O. 
Moore E. E., nurseryman and florist (S. F.), W s San Pablo Av. nr 

Logan. 
Moore Frederick, porter overland train C. P. R. R., dwl N s West 

Fifth bet Henry and Lewis, W. O. 
Moore George, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Moore Henry, junk dealer (S. F.), dwl S s East Thirty-fifth nr Thir- 
teenth Av., E. O. 
Mooi-e James, carpenter, dwl Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broadway. 
Moore J. F, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Moore John A., painter, dwl E s Myrtle nr Thirtieth. 
Moore Joseph, dwl 518 Tenth. 



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Moore J. P., dwl W s Telegraph nr Sycamore. 
Moore Margaret (widow), dwl 518 Tenth. 

Moore Michael, liquor saloon, SE cor Railroad Av. and Cedar, W. 0. 
Moore Rachel L. (widow), dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Sycamore. 
Moore William, carpenter, dwl Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broad- 
way. 
Moore William W., hack proprietor, dwl 414 Sixth. 
Moosler F., bricklayer, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. 0. 
Moran George, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Moran James T., salesman Jacob Greenhood, dwl 625 Filbert, W. O. 

Moran John, laborer, dwl West Twenty-second bet Myrtle and Mar- 
ket, W. O. 

Moran John, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

More Henry H., dwl cor Lake Av. and Jackson. 

Morehead James T., barkeeper T. J. McDaniel, dwl N s Wood below 
Atlantic, W. O. 

Moreland James, clerk, dwl E s Market nr Fifteenth. 

Moreland Robert, salesman, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 

Moreland S., carpenter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

Moreton Henry, merchant tailor, 962 Broadway, dwl Third bet 
Franklin and Webster. 

Morey F., laborer, dwl West Twenty-second bet Myrtle and Market, 
W. 0. 

Morey N. B., carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-eighth bet Market and 
Myrtle. 

Morey R. E., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl cor Twenty-eighth and Myrtle. 

MORGAN BART., druggist, Railroad Av. bet Myrtle and Market, 
W. O. 

Morgan Charles F., laborer, dwl E s Lusk nr Evoy Av. 

Morgan H. A., machinist, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Morgan Henry H, machinist, dwl SW cor West Fifth and Chester, 

w. o. 

Morgan E. H, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl NWcor Clay and Fifteenth. 

Morgan Hugh, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Morgan Jennie M. Miss, adjuster XJ. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl N s Fif- 
teenth nr Castro. 

Morgan J. L., laborer, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 

Morgan John P., organist Trinity Church (S. F.), dwl W s Harrison 
nr Fourteenth. 

Morgan Joseph S., calker C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Morgan L. Mrs., dwl N" s Fifteenth nr Castro. 

Morgan Thomas, carpenter, dwl West Fifteenth bet Cypress and 
Kirkham, W. 0. 

Morgan Thomas W., surveyor, office 10 City Hall, dwl NW cor 
Seventh Av. and East Twenty-first, E. O. 

Morgan William H, engineer Contra Costa Water Works, dwl SW 
cor Twenty-first Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 



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OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 283 

Morgenstern Robert, bookkeeper- (S. F.), dwl NW cor Fourth, and 

Jackson. 
Morley Michael, carpenter, dwl NW cor First and Harrison. 
Morrell A., millwright, dwl Peraltajir Thh-ty-fourth. 
Morrell J. E., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl 527 Eighth. 
Morrell V., printer, dwl E s Adeline bet West Seventh and West 

Eighth, W. O. 
Morrill Joseph L., brickinaker, dwl Union nr Twenty-fourth. 
Morris Alexander, carpenter, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 
Morris Anthony, carpenter and builder, dwl W s Linden bet West 

Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 
Morris B. E. Miss, school teacher, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Adeline 

and Linden, W. O. 
Morris Bernhard, tailor, 964 Broadway, res San Francisco. 
Morris George, salesman E. Hook, dwl NE cor Ninth and Broadway. 
Morris John, dealer sand, dwl SW cor Third and Castro. 
Morris John, laborer, dwl S s Third bet Alice and Harrison. 
Morris John W., groceries and liquors, 712 Broadway, dwl Third 

bet Jefferson and Grove. 
Morris Louis, tinsmith, dwl 603 Franklin. 
Morris William, laborer Oakland Planing Mills, dwl 260 First. 
Morrissey Catherine Mrs., dwl SE cor Sixth Av. and East Seven- 
teenth, E. O. 
Morrissey Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 
Morrison Charles D., mining, dwl E s Webster bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth. 
Morrison Daniel, master mariner, dwl 662 Washington. 
Morrison Dolena (widow), dwl E s Henry bet West Third and West 

Fifth, W. O. 
Morrison H, carpenter and builder, dwl S s Seward bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Morrison James McD., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Morrison John, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Morrison John E., dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert, 

w. o. 

Morrison P. M., carpenter, dwl 705 Franklin. 
Morrison Richard M., carpenter, dwl W s Elm nr Plymouth Av. 
Morrison Seth, dwl W s Grove bet Eighth and Ninth. 
> Morrison T. P., farmer, dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and 

West Twentieth, W. O. 
Morscher Rupert, carpenter, dwl 657 Jefferson. 
Morse Charles A., dwl NW cor Caledonia Av. and Telegraph Av. 
Morse David A., copyist County Recorder's Office, dwl Franklin nr 

Thirteenth. 
Morse Elizabeth S. (widow), dwl 857 Harrison. 
Morse Henry N., county sheriff, office County Court House, dwl 

Watson Tract nr Lake Merritt. 
Morse Isaac H., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl W s Clay nr Fifteenth. 
Morse Jacob G., driver Henry H. Burrell,dwl Brown nr Telegraph Av. 



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284 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

Morse J. E., bootmaker Connor &, Broad, dwl cor Eighth and "Wash- 
ington. 
Morse Lorenzo M., farmer, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Morse Moses G., oyster and chop house, 902 Broadway, dwl 811 

Washington. 
Morse Menzo J., carpenter, dwl W s Myrtle bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Morse Samuel D., surveyor, dwl West Eighth nr Myrtle, W. 0. 
Morse Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s West Sixteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Morton Amanda F. (widow), dwl N s Fifteenth nr Clay. 
Morton Edward, laborer C. P. B. B., dwl Bailroad Exchange, W. 0. 
Morton Edward A., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr West. 
Morton Elijah, first officer C. P. B. B. Co.'s stm Alameda. 
Morton James, gasfitter, dwl West Fifteenth nr Kirkham, W. O. 
Morton Joseph, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and West 

Twentieth, W. O. 
Morton Joseph, hairdresser Briones Bros., dwl Eighth bet Washing- 

ington and Clay. 
Mory M. M., bookkeeper F. Barbagelata, dwl 1070 Broadway. 
Mosca Ernesta, hairdresser, 828 Broadway, dwl 466 Sixth. 
Mosely George E., carpenter, dwl S s West Eleventh bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Mosely Bobert, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 
Moses Horatio, farmer, dwl N s Adams Av. bet town line and 

Fruit Vale. 
Moses Hugh, helper, dwl N" s West Seventeenth bet Kirkham and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Moses J. W., watchman C. P. B. B., W. O. 
Moskiman Minnie Miss, dressmaker, dwl W s Chester bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Moskiman Bobert H, printer (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. 0. 
Moskiman William W., printer (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Moss Claud, deck hand Swing Crew C. P. B. B., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Moss Henry, helper, dwl N s West Seventeenth bet Kirkham and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Moss J., clerk, dwl N" s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
Moss Jacob, express, dwl S s Brown cor Grove. 
Moss John, carpenter, dwl Twenty-fourth nr Linden. 
Moss J. Mora, capitalist (S. F.), dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Moss Av. 
Moss P. H, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 362 Third. 
Mott , laborer C. P. B. B., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 

w. o. 

Mott Peter D., engineer C. P. B. B., dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Motzenbecker P., tailor (S. F.), dwl SW cor West Eighth and 

Chester, W. O. 
Mould W. B., bookkeeper, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 285 

Moulton Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Linden nr West Twelfth, 

w. o. 

Moulton Gary H., agent Gilarden Bros., res Alameda. 

Mount H. P., conductor C. P. E. P., W. O. 

Mount James Harvey, salesman Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, dwl 
410 Tenth. 

Mount J. Henry, clerk Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, dwl 1057 
Washington. 

MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, C. P. San- 
ford treasurer, office SW cor Broadway and Tenth, cemetery 
E of Broadway 2^ miles from City Hall. 

Mouret Marcelin (Mouret <£* Lanne), dwl 912 Franklin. 

MOURET & LANNE (Marcelin Mouret and Vincent Lanne), 
bakery, 912 Franklin. 

Mowatt Gilbert, foreman shipwright C. P. P. P. Co. 

Mowe G. (widow), dwl W s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 

Mowell P. D., dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Mower Ezra H, carpenter, dwl S s West Third bet Center and 
Cypress, W. O. 

Moynihan James, laborer, dwl S s West Third bet Linden and 
Filbert, W. O. 

Moylan Michael, coachman, dwl 913 Madison. 

Mudge Benjamin W., clerk, dwl 2086 Webster. 

Mudge Robert, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 1018 Adeline, W. O. 

Mudge Theodore A., real estate agent (S. F.), dwl 2086 Webster. 

Mueller Constantine, professor music, dwl E s Chestnut bet Twenty- 
sixth and Twenty-eighth. 

Mueller Ernest (Mueller <fc Steffanoni), dwl San Pablo Av. nr 
Twenty-second. 

Mueller Louis M., tanner Frederick Krumb, 707 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Mueller &, Steffanoni (Ernest Mueller and Achille Steffanoni), watch- 
makers and jewelers, 923 Broadway. 

Mues Richard, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. 
bet Bay and Cedar, W. O. 

Muir Bartley, sand dealer, dwl 721 Franklin. 

Mulcahy John, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Mulcahy Michael, laborer Bates & Wales, dwl 1064 Twelfth Av. 
E. O. 

Mulford Alexander, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Mulford David S., carpenter, dwl 1003 Franklin. 

Mulgrew James, teamster James Larue, dwl 715 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Mulgrove John, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Mulholland Robert, farmer, dwl E s San Pablo nr Thirty-first. 

Mullaney James, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Mullen Alexander, carpenter, dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr Adeline. 

Mullen Patrick, farm hand Sterry Walker, Piedmont Spring Road 
nr town line, E. O. 

Mullen Thomas, laborer, dwl 913 Alice. 

Muller Adolph C, liquor saloon, 459 Seventh, and Muller's Garden, 
junction Telegraph Av. and Shattuck's Road, dwl 828 Jackson. 



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286 OAKLAND [M DIRECTORY. 

Muller B., salesman, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Chase, W. O. 
Muller Jacob, hamessniaker Palmer Bros. & Co., dwl 962 Grove. 
Muller John M., house painter, 716 Broadway. 
Muller Louis, cook Adolph C. Muller, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 
Mulligan P., laborer C. P. R. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Mullikins Joseph D., road overseer, dwl N s Evoy Av. bet Telegi'aph 

Av. and Adeline. 
Mullin John, laborer C. P. R. R, Oakland Point. 
Mullin N. H., painter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Mullin Patrick, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Mullins Timothy, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Mulock G. W., clerk, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. 0. 
Mulow John, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Mulvey Christopher, blacksmith C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

w. o. 

Mulville N. B., attorney at law (S. R), dwl 616 Ninth. 

Mumm Charles, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. 0. 
Munce John, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 
Munday Frank, laborer, dwl W s Curtis nr Twenty-first. 
Munger Adolph, dwl Linden nr Twenty-second. 
M unger John, teamster, dwl E s Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Munroe Seth, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Mimsell James, insurance agent (S. F.), dwl E s Madison bet Ninth 

and Tenth. 
Mimson H, joiner C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Munson James H, sawfiler, 1110 Broadway, res San Franciso. 
Minister Thomas, mariner, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Murdoch James, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert, 

w. o. 

Murdock John C, clerk Atlantic & Pacific Telegi'aph, C. P. R. R. 
Depot, dwl 962 Clay. 

Murphy Anthony, teamster Burner & Young, dwl Oakland House. 

Murphy Arthur, real estate agent, dwl 618 Fifth. 

Murphy Daniel, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res Brooklyn. 

Murphy Daniel, clerk James McElroy, dwl S s Sixth bet Alice and 
Jackson. 

Murphy Dennis, cook Mrs. M. Magner, 1021 Franklin. 

Murphy Rdward, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Murphy Edward, Grand Point Market, S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 
and Cedar, dwl W's Cedar bet Goss and Short, W. O. 

Murphy Ella T. Miss, milliner Mrs. M. A. Tatterson, dwl 215 Sixth. 

Murphy Edmund, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet Rail- 
road Av. and West Fifth, W. O. 

Murphy Fanny (widow), housekeeper, 680 Seventh. 

Murphy J., carpenter, dwl Eland House. 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 287 

Murphy James, carpenter, dwl SW cor Castro and Eighth. 
Murphy James, laborer, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet Twenty-fifth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Murphy James, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Murphy Jeremiah T., stair builder George M. Blair, dwl 216 Sixth. 
Murphy J. F., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Murphy John, carpenter, dwl Star House, W. O. 
Murphy John, marble cutter Madden & Sheedy, dwl St. Charles 

Hotel. 
Murphy Joseph, laborer, dwl S s Twenty-eighth bet Adeline and 

Market. 
Murphy Michael, laborer, dwl W s Myrtle bet West First and West 

Third, W. O. 
Murphy M. J., laborer, dwl E s Center bet West Ninth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Murphy P., blacksmith, dwl West Seventeenth nr Cypress, W. O. 
Murphy P., bookkeeper, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Murphy P., plasterer, dwl West Twenty-fourth nr Myrtle. 
Murphy P. A, farmer, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Murphy P. A. (O'Connell & Co.), dwl SW cor Fourth and Alice. 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, dwl E s Lewis bet West Third and West 

Fifth, W. 0. 
Murphy Thomas, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Murphy William, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Murphy William, pipe layer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 215 Sixth. 
Murphy William C, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 215 

Sixth. 
MURPHY WILLIAM S., doors, windows, blinds, etc., 665 and 

667 Broadway. 
Murray Andrew, laborer, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Tract. 
Murray Daniel, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s West Fourteenth bet 

Linden and Filbert. 
Murray Dennis, laborer, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Fifth and West 

Seventh, W. O. 
Murray Hugh P., laborer, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. 0. 
Murray Owen, janitor, dwl 652 Jackson. 
Murray P., clerk (S. F.), dwl W s West Eighth bet Wood and 

Willow, W. 0. 
Murray Robert M., carpenter, dwl N s Elm nr San Pablo Av. 
Murray Timothy, carpenter, dwl N s Atlantic bet Campbell and 

Willow, W. O. 
Murray William, clerk C. P. R. R, dwl 769 Fourteenth 
Murtha Peter, stonedresser (S. F.), dwl S s Taylor bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Musselman David, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Myrtle bet West 

Seventh and West Eighth, W. O. 
Myer A., bootmaker, 372 Tenth. 
Myer William, tailor Henry Deering, dwl cor Franklin and Ninth. 



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288 OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 

Myers A. H, plumber (S. F.), dwl NE cor West Twelfth and Center, 
W. O. 

Myers F., veterinary surgeon, dwl 619 Broadway. 

Myers Frederick F., lime, plaster, cement, and pipe, cor Third and 
Washington, dwl 708 Washington. 

Myers G., hairdresser J. Bowman, dwl 721 Sixth. 

Myers H. F. (widow), dwl NE cor West Twelfth and Center, W. 0. 

Myers John, sewing machine agent, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Tel- 
egraph and San Pablo avs. 

Myers Louis W. (Dam & M.), res San Francisco. 

Myers Zeno K., clerk Kohler, Chase & Co., dwl cor Center and 
West Twelfth, W. O. 

Myles George, helper Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Myles William T., constable Oakland Township, office 814 Broad- 
way, dwl 428 Second. 

Myley J. A., confectioner, dwl 405 Ninth. 

Myres David G., painter, dwl NE cor Fifth and Grove. 

Myrick Ella Miss, teacher Lafayette Primary School, res San Fran- 
cisco. 

Myrick John B., machinist C. P. R. P., dwl 557 Seventh. 

Myrtle Charles, carpenter, dwl Tenth bet Market and West. 



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Naegle George Henry, wood and coal, NE cor Sixth and Wash- 
ington, dwl 603 Webster. 
Naegle John J., blacksmith Klumpp & Kuerzel, dwl 603 Webster. 
Nagle Edward, gardener, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and Clay. 
Nagle E. J., dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

w. o. 

Nagle J., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Nallkemper Henry, gardener, dwl N s Frederick bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs. 
Nally Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 734 Filbert. 
Nathan John, laborer, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Union. 
NATIONAL BREWERY DEPOT, Cristman Brendel agent, 412 

Tenth. 
Naunton George, shipping master (S. F.), dwl 462 Twelfth. 
Naylor Charles E., clerk, dwl SW cor West Twelfth and Adeline, 

w. o. 

Naylor Ella Miss, school teacher, dwl SW cor West Twelfth and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Naylor Lucretia Miss, school teacher, dwl S W cor West Twelfth and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Naylor Sarah T. (widow), dwl SW cor West Twelfth and Adeline, 

w. o. 

Neal Joseph, painter, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Nearney Dennis, boilermaker, dwl cor West Sixteenth and Cypress, 

w. o. 

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OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 289 

Nedderman Bernard, boot and shoemaker, 705 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Nedderman Henry, policeman City Hall, dwl 1051 Thirteenth Av., 
E. O. 

Needhani Dwight, map dealer, office 958 Broadway, dwl Broadway 
nr Durant. 

Needham Gerritt S., teacher music Public Schools, dwl W s Broadway 
nr Eighteenth. 

Neely John W., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl N s First bet Broad- 
way and Franklin. 

Negas J. B., yardman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Nell , carpenter, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Neill M. A. O. Miss, teacher Grove Street School, dwl 1057 Wash- 
ington. 

Nelle William, butcher, 964 Broadway. 

Neller Leopold (Held da N), dwl cor Eleventh and Broadway. 

Nelson Andrew, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Nelson Charles, gardener, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

Nelson Henry, laborer, dwl S s Eighteenth nr West. 

Nelson John, trackman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Nelson Lorenzo, farmer, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Nelson Maria L. Mrs., dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 

Nelson Peter, plasterer, dwl 716 Fifth. 

Nelson Samuel, carpenter, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 

Nesbitt Jennie W. Miss, teacher Grove Street Primary School, dwl 
W s Webster bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth. 

Nestell Daniel DeWitt T., physician and surgeon, office and dwl 714 
Tenth. 

Neumann Louis (Stemitzhj & N. ), dwl Sixth bet Washington and Clay. 

Neuweiler John, baker Paul & Heyer, dwl 815 Broadway. 

Newbegin Charles, clerk John Hodgdon, dwl NE cor East Foui*- 
teenth and Twelfth Av., E. O. 

Newcomb John, carpenter, dwl Wood bet Seward and Taylor, W. O. 

Newcomb W., physician and surgeon, office 1069 Broadway, dwl 
Grand Central Hotel. 

Newcomb W. H., ship calker, dwl NW cor First and Webster. 

Newcomb William, stableman, dwl E s Valley bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth. 

Newell F. L., farmer, dwl Adeline nr Thirtieth. 

Newgent Frederick, butcher J. Woerner, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Newhall S. L., carpenter, dwl West Fifteenth bet Cypress and Cen- 
ter, W. O. 

Newhaus Henry, turner Blethen & Terry, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Newhouse Casey (Dennen <£• IV.), dwl 613 Broadway. 

Newkoop Caroline Mrs., dwl S s Sycamore nr San Pablo Av. 

Newland Andrew (Newland Bros.), dwl Newland's Hotel. 

Newland Bros. (Andrew and Edward), proprietors Newland's Hotel, 
NE cor Seventh and Washington. 

Newland Edward (Newland Bros, and Newland & Pumyea), dwl 
860 Washington. 



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OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 291 

Newland Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry "Wharf. 
NEWLAND & PUMYEA (Edward Newland and P. Pumyea), 

livery stable, 462 Seventh. 
Newman Henry, gardener John B. Crockett, S s Adams Av. bet 

town bine and Fruit Vale, E. O. 
Newman J., cai-penter, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Newman Paul E., tinsmith, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Newsom Alexander, carpenter, dwl SW cor Sixth Av. and East Six- 
teenth, E. O. 
NEWSOM BROTHERS (John J. and Samuel), architects and 

surveyors, office 1005 Broadway. 
Newsom John J. (Newsom Brothers), dwl SW cor Eighth Av. and 

East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Newsom Lavens M., Maple Leaf Nursery, 151 East Twelfth, dwl 

SW cor East Sixteenth and Sixth Av., E. O. 
Newsom Samuel (Newsom Brothers), dwl SW 7 cor Sixth Av. and East 

Sixteenth, E. O. 
Newton Charles, merchant (S. F.), dwl Newton Tract, Lake Road 

nr Lake Merritt, E. O. 
Newlon John, laborer, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth. 
NEYLAN JAMES (Neylan & Young, S. F.), lumber, dwl S s West 

Eighth bet Union and Poplar, W. 0. 
Niblack James, clerk, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Nichols Andrew S., dwl SW cor West and Thirteenth. 
Nichols George, carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Market. 
Nichols J. O, druggist Henry Bowman, dwl 921 Broadway. 
Nichols Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry W r harf. 
Nichols Peter, rancher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Nichols Sheldon K., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl 831 Market. 
Nichols William, machinist, dwl "W s San Pablo Av. nr Temescal 

Bridge. 
Nicholson Edward, carpenter, dwl Adeline bet Thirty-fourth and 

and Thirty-sixth. 
Nicholson George J., gardener, dwl NW T cor Elm and Grove. 
Nicholson Isaac E., physician, office NW cor Broadway and Eighth, 

dwl NE cor Eighth and Grove. 
Nicholson J. C, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Nicholson J. C, merchant (S. F.), dwl NW cor West Twelfth and 

Myrtle, W. O. 
Nickerson Daniel, farmer, dwl West Twelfth nr Center, W. O. 
Nickerson Zenas E., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Nickerson Zenas P., carpenter and builder, dwl SW cor Willow and 

Chase, W. O. 
Nickles Samuel, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Fourteenth Av. nr Market. 
Nickman K., machinist, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 
Nicol Peter (Becht & N.), dwl cor Laurel and San Pablo Av. 



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Nicolas Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Nicolson Joseph, longshoreman, dwl N s Twenty-seventh nr Grove. 

Niemann Robert, grocer, 560 Franklin. 

Nightingale George, laborer C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Nightingale W. H., di'iver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Nikman Thomas, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr Curtis. 

Nippert John, upholsterer "Wilbert & Schellhaas, res San Francisco. 

Nisbet Edward, gaixlener J. L. N. Shepherd, W s San Pablo Av. nr 
Temescal Bridge. 

Nisbet John, gardener, dwl SE cor Eleventh Av. and East Eight- 
eenth, E. O. 

Niswander Jacob S., mining, dwl SW cor William and Wood, W. O. 

Niver John D., laborer C. P. R. R, dwl N s West Fifth bet Filbert 
and Linden, W. 0. 

Nixon Matthew, miner, dwl W s Linden bet West Eighth and West 
Tenth, W. 0. 

Nixon S., clerk, dwl W s West bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Noare Andrew, stableman Stanford Stables, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Noble Henry, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 

Noblett Robert (McCleverty & N.), dwl 414 Eighth. 

Noel David, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. and 
West Eighth, W. O. 

Noel David, farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Noir Frank coachman J. L. N. Shepherd, W s San Pablo Av. nr 
Temescal Bridge. 

Nokes J. A. F., manager Gleeson & Fell, dwl 967 Washington. 

Nolan A. Mrs., dwl 569 Eighth. 

Nolan A. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 954 Broadway. 

Nolan Barney, plastererj dwl NW cor Chestnut and West Third, 

w. o. 

Nolan Bridget (widow), dwl 730 East Fourteenth, E. 0. 

Nolan C, express wagon, E s Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, dwl 
Twenty-seventh nr West. 

Nolan Dennis, blacksmith Northey & McGrath, dwl 730 East Four- 
teenth, E. O. 

Nolan Edward, carpenter, dwl S s Lincoln bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Nolan James, engineer Oakland Gas Light Co., dwl W s Jefferson 
bet Second and Third. 

Nolan Lawrence, harnessmaker (S. F.), dwl N s Goss bet Pine and 
Cedar, W. O. 

Nolan Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Nolan Stephen, Bellevue Nursery, Telegraph Av. nr Thirty-fourth. 

Nolan Thomas, tinsmith, dwl Sixteenth nr Cypress. 

Nolan Timothy, teamster, W s Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, 
dwl 709 Clay. 

Nolan Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Noll Frederick, laborer, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore. 

Noll Louis, paperhanger, dwl 668 Harrison. 

Nolop Charles, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Nolop Maggie Mrs., dwl 408 Thirteenth. 



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Noonan James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 
Noonan Martin, dispatcher C. P. R, R., W. O. 
Noonan Mathew, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Atlantic bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 
Noonan William, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Atlantic bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 
Nor C. H., hostler Cummings & Pearson, W. 0. 
Nor Hans G., stableman Tbeodore F. Bagge, SE cor Railroad Av. and 

Center, W. O. 
Norcross James, millwiigbt, dwl W s Division bet Cedar and Bay, 

w. o. 

Nordlieimer Adolf, jeweler, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and 

West. 
Nordhoff A. E., miner, dwl E s Market nr Fourteenth. 
Norman Edward, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Norman H, laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Norman John, laborer, dwl Thirtieth nr Magnolia. 

Norman P., carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet West Eighth and Chase, 
W. 0. 

Normand Josephine Miss, domestic Paul Laclaverie, 626 Third. 

Normandin Louis, teamster Remillard & Bros., dwl NE cor Clay 
and First. 

Norris F., clerk, dwl N s Twelfth bet Market and West. 

Norris James C, ticket agent Oregon S.S. Co. (S. F.), dwl E s Har- 
rison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

North British &, Mercantile Insurance Co. of London and Edin- 
burgh (Fire), Henry W. George agent, office 1004 Broadway. 

North Daniel, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl Overland 
House. 

Northey Vernal S. (Northey & McGrath), dwl SE cor Eleventh Av. 
and East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Northey & McGrath ( V. S. Northey and James McGrath), carriage- 
makers and blacksmiths, 803 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Northrop Marcus, carpenter, dwl N s West Ninth bet Center and 
Chester, W. O. 

Northup Benjamin C, ship joiner C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Atlantic 
and Campbell, W. O. 

Norton Charles, painter, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkkani, W. O. 

Norton M., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Norton Thomas, fireman C. P. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 

Nott James, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and 
Kirkkam, W. O. 

Noud Edward, butcher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Nouman Thomas, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Fifteenth bet Cypress 
and Kirkkani, W. O. 

Nourse George, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl NW cor Oak and Four- 
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Nowottny Ernest (Nowottny <b Grabs), dwl E s Wood bet Railroad 

Av. and William, W. 0. 
NOWOTTNY & GRABS, Fulton Market, S s Railroad Av. bet 

Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Noyes Charles, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Noyes John H., carpenter, dwl NW cor Twentieth Av. and East 

Sixteenth, E. O. 
Noyes William, upholsterer Schreiber & Meyer, dwl W s Telegraph 

Av. nr Seventeenth. 
Noyes William T., carpenter, dwl NE cor Twentieth Av. and East 

Sixteenth, E. O. 
Nugent Charles, clerk William S. Searing, dwl 953 Washington. 
Nugent John, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Nugent John F. Rev., pastor St. Anthony's R. C. Church, dwl N s 

East Fifteenth bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth avs, E. O. 
Nugent S. S., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Twelfth bet Market and West. 
Nulting Frank, laborer, dwl Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Nun George, tinsmith, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Nunenmacher Robert, gardener, dwl SW cor Second and Harrison. 
Nunes Franklin, fanner, dwl Magnolia nr Thirty-fourth. 
Nye Stephen G, county judge, office County Court House, res San 
Leandro. 

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O'Beirne John, dwl 958 West Third, W. O. 

O'Beirne Joseph F., commissioner U. S. Circuit Court (S. F.), dwl 
958 West Third, W. O. 

O'Brien Ann (widow), dwl E s Linden bet Twenty-eighth and Thir- 
tieth. 

O'Brien Bridget (widow), dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

O'Brien D., laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

O'Brien Edward, student, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

O'Brien James, cook, dwl 368 First. 

O'BRIEN J. J. &, CO. (Thomas Foster), dry goods, SW cor Broad- 
way and Thirteenth. 

O'Brien John, bootmaker, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

O'Brien John, laborer, dwl 417 Second. 

O'Brien M., farm hand, dwl Magnolia nr Thirtieth. 

O'Brien Michael, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Seventh bet 
Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

O'Brien Michael, tailor, dwl NE cor Seventh and Clay. 

O'Brien M. V., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. nr 
Cedar, W. O. 

O'Brien Nicholas, horseshoer King & Williams, dwl Webster nr 
Seventeenth. 

O'Brien William, clerk, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

O'Connell Bridget Miss, dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 

O'Connell Hugh, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 415 Seventh. 



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OAKLAND [O] DIRECTORY. 295 

O'Connell James, proprietor Central House, 415 Seventh. 

O'Connell Margaret (widow), dwl N s William bet Willow and Wood, 
W. 0. 

O'Connell Morris, laborer, dwl 719 Linden, W. O. 

O'Connell Patrick, laborer, dwl W s Lusk nr Evoy Av. 

O'Connell Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 415 Seventh. 

O'Connell P. J. (O'Connell & Co.), dwl 915 Grove. 

O'Connell William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 213 Sixth. 

O'Connell William, salesman Schrieber & Meyer, dwl cor Eighth and 
Harrison. 

O'CONNELL & CO. (P. J. O'Connell and P. A. Murphy), impor- 
ters, jobbers, and retailers dry good, 1002 Broadway. 

O'Conner P., blacksmith C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

O'Connor Cornelius, laborer, dwl 408 Fifth. 

O'Connor Frank, barkeeper, dwl 677 East "Twelfth, E. O. 

O'Connor Francis J., tinsmith, dwl 1175 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

O'Connor J., fireman C. P. R. R., O. P. 

O'Connor John, dwl 1175 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

O'Connor L. J., dwl N s West Twelfth bet Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 

O'Connor Margaret Miss, launch-ess C. Partenscky, N s Twelfth bet 
Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

O'Connor Patrick, helper C. P. R. R, W. O. 

O'Connor Timothy, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

O'Day Daniel, hostler Amos White, dwl E s Peralta bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth, W. O. 

O'Dea Edmund, blacksmith Patterson H. McGrew, dwl 1051 Thir- 
teenth Av., E. O. 

O'Donald Daniel, quarryman Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

O'DonneU Cornelius, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 

O'Donnell Neal, laborer, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

O'DonneU Thomas, laborer, dwl 724 Filbert. 

O'Gare Thomas, section foreman C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 
W. O. 

O'Hagan Michael, waiter Grand Central Hotel. 

O'Hara Michael, fireman Grand Central Hotel. 

O'Keeffe Daniel, shoemaker, 681 East Twelfth, E. O. 

O'Mara D., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

O'Neal John, plumber, dwl N s Chase bet Willow and Campbell, 
W. O. 

O'Neil M. A. Miss, teacher Grove Street Primary School. 

O'Neil Martin, laborer, dwl E s Chestnut bet West First and West 

Third, W. O. 
O'Neil Moses, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
O'Neil Owen, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
O'Neil Thomas (Diify <& O'Neil), dwl 379 Ninth. 
O'Neill Charles, real estate, dwl 765 Clay. 
O'Neill Edmund, dwl N s Short cor Cedar, W. O. 
O'Neill Eugene, draftsman Union Iron Works (S. F.), dwl N s Short 
nr Cedar, W. O. 



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O'Neill James J., hackman Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 

O'Neill John, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

O'Neill John, painter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

O'Neill John H., laborer, dwl cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 

O'Neill Mary Miss, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Twenty-second. 

O'Neill Patrick, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

O'Rourke John, bootmaker, 713 Broadway. 

O'Shea J. J., gasfitter and plumber, 1109 Broadway, dwl Ninth bet 

Grove and Castro. 
O'Sullivan James, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl E s Sixteenth Av. bet 

East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth, E. O. 
O'Sullivan T. J., laborer, dwl Overland House. 

Oak Grove Tannery, John S. Derby proprietor, 861 East Twelfth, E . . 
Oakes Charles, mariner, dwl E s Goss nr Bay, "W. O. 
Oakes Charles, teamster Schreiber & Meyer, dwl West Third bet 

Chester and Henry, W. O. 
Oakes D. B., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Oakes George, printer, dwl 962 Clay. 
Oakes George W., salesman E. Hook, dwl N s West Third bet 

Chester and Henry, W. O. 
Oakes Samuel, carpenter, dwl W s Short bet Goss and Division, 

w. o. 

Oakland Artificial Stone Manufactory Co., works SW cor Second and 

Franklin. 
OAKLAND BANK OF SAYINGS, P. S. Wilcox president, F. 

W. Gill cashier, 915 Broadway. 
OAKLAND BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, W. H. Jordan secretary, 

921 Broadway. 
OAKLAND BREWERY, Cramm & Dieves proprietors, NE cor 

Telegraph Av. and Durant, office NE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Oakland, Brooklyn & Fruit Yale R. R. Co., Leander Wintringer 

superintendent, office E s Sixth Av. bet East Eleventh and 

Twelfth, E. O. 
OAKLAND CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, M. W. Allen prop- 
rietor, SE cor Tenth and Franklin. 
OAKLAND CITY FLOUR MILLS, Babcock & Gould proprietors, 

Third bet Broadway and Franklin. 
Oakland Co. (Chinese), manufacturers cigars and dealers tobacco, 466 

Seventh. 
OAKLAND DIRECTORY, Henry G. Langley publisher, office 

959 Broad wav. 
OAKLAND GAS LIGHT COMPANY, H. F ~xaight president, 

Joseph G. Eastland secretary, office 467 fc^cond, works NE cor 

First and Washington. 
OAKLAND FEED STORE, Landon & Co. proprietors, 414 and 

416 Ninth. 
Oakland Guard Armory, 804 Broadway. 

Oakland Home School for Young Ladies, Miss H. N. Field princi- 
pal, S s Twenty -first bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 



Fresh milk cream and butter milk, wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S— Oatmeal and com meal, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [O] DIRECTORY. 297 

OAKLAND ICE DEPOT, J. S. G. Gordon proprietor, 469 Ninth. 
OAKLAND IRON WORKS, Ives Scoville & Co., proprietors, 511 

Second nr Washington. 
OAKLAND JOURNAL (German weekly), Oakland Journal 

Company proprietors, office 911 Broadway. 
OAKLAND LIBRARY, Ina D. Coolbritk librarian, N s Four- 
teenth bet Washington and Clay. 
OAKLAND LUMBER YARD, Samuel Merritt proprietor, foot 

Washington. 
Oakland Marble Works, William Gross proprietor, Broadway and 

Fourteenth. 
OAKLAND MILITARY ACADEMY, now California Military 

Academy, Rev. David McClure principal, N s Prospect Av. bet 

Telegraph Av. and Broadway. 
OAKLAND NEWS (daily), Oakland News Co. publishers and 

proprietors, office 460 and 462 Ninth. 
Oakland News Co., O. L. C. Fairchild president, publishers and 

proprietors Oakland News (daily), office 460 and 462 Ninth. 
OAKLAND PATENT OFFICE, John H. Redstone solicitor, 461 

Ninth. 
Oakland Paving Co., C. T. Blake secretary, office 924 Broadway. 
OAKLAND PLANING MILL, Burnliam, Standeford & Co. 

proprietors, NW cor First and Washington. 
OAKLAND RAILROAD CO., George Y. Loring secretary, office 

SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
OAKLAND TRANSCRIPT (daily), Bishop & Powers publishers 

and proprietors, office 911 Broadway. 
Oakland Trotting Park, San Pablo Av. nr terminus San Pablo 

Railroad. 
OAKLAND TURN VEREIN, hall S s Ninth bet Clay and Wash- 
ington. 
Oakman S. T., marble polisher, dwl cor Fifteenth and Cypress, W. O. 

Oald , sign painter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Obenauer George, tailor John Carter, dwl 176 Sixth. 

Ober Elizabeth (widow), dwl Seventeenth nr Grove. 

Oberg J. W., clerk, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Obrock John, butcher Louis Schaffer, dwl SE cor Sixth and Harrison. 

ODD FELLOWS' HALLS, NW cor Franklin and Eleventh, 

entrance 1059 Franklin, and 764 East Twelfth, E. O. 
ODD FELLOWS' LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, John Goss libra- 
rian, rooms NW cor Franklin and Eleventh. 
Odell Daniel, laborer, dwl E s Peralta bet West Twenty-fifth and 

West Twenty-sixth, W. O. 
Odell George, carpenter, dwl 962 Clay. 
Odell Robert, carpenter, dwl 527 Eighth. 
Odlin Lewis F., mariner, dwl Brooklyn Hotel, E. O. 
Oefele William, barkeeper David Wemmer, dwl 473 Eighth. 
Offo Dr. (Chinese), physician, 469 Eighth. 
1 Ogilby Robert E., instructor drawing University of California, dwl 

SE cor East Eleventh and Tenth avs, E. O. 



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Turbine Windmill 

Is the result of con- 
stant study and ex- 
periment for many 
years on the part of 
the inventor, who 
has devoted his 
whole time exclu- 
| sivelyto the subject 
of Windmills for 
eight years. 

Since coming to 
this coast, now over 
two years ago, the 
Inventor of the 

TURBINE has applied himself diligently to 
thoroughly adapt his mill to the wants of this cli- 
mate, arid has made several useful improvements 
to accomplish that end, and although much im- 
proved, the mills have been reduced in price. 



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OAKLAND [O] DIRECTORY. 299 

Ohlig August, proprietor Hotel cle France, 417 First. 

Ofle Frederick, coachman, dwl E s Alice cor Eighteenth. 

Ogden George, baker, dwl S s Eighteenth nr Market. 

Olanie Julius, patternmaker (S. F.), dwl 1170 Sixteenth Av., E. 0. 

Olanie Therese Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 1170 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

Olanie Xavier, patternmaker (S. F.), dwl 1170 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 

Olcise Frank, fruits, nuts and candies, 456 Seventh, dwl Sixth nr 

Washington. 
OLDHAM J. H, restaurant, 464 Twelfth, dwl 473 Eleventh. 
Olin Ansel S. (Carter <L' 0.), dwl S s Sixteenth nr Jefferson. 
Oliver Aaron P., carpenter, dwl 270 Sixth. 
Oliver A. D., joiner C. P. R. R,, W. O. 
Oliver James M., hairdresser, dwl 271 Fifth. 
Oliver Henry, engraver (S. F.), dwl NE cor West Fifth and Myrtle, 

W. 0. 
Olliver James, porter C. P. R. R., dwl Sixth bet Harrison and 

Alice. 
Olliver Robert, hostler J. C. Trescott, dwl 405 Twelfth. 
Olmstead Lewis, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Telegraph 

and San Pablo avs. 
Olmstead S. P., lumberman, dwl 553 Seventh. 
Olmsted John, proprietor Olmsted House, W s San Pablo Av. 
Olmsted L. H. Mrs., dwl SE cor Franklin and Durant. 
Olney Charles C. (Olney & Co.), dwl 1154 Alice. 
Olney James IS". (Olney & Co.), dwl 1154 Alice. 
Olney Warren, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl S s Prospect Place nr 

Telegi-aph Av. 
Olney & Co. (James N. Olney and Charles 'C. Olney), real estate 

agents and auctioneers, 857 Broadway and San Francisco. 
Olofson John P., stevedore, dwl W s Twenty-first Av. bet East 

Twenty-fifth and East Twenty-sixth, E. O. 
Olsen , cooper (S. F.), dwl W s Magnolia bet Twenty-eighth 

and Thirtieth. 
Olsen Andrew, machine hand Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl 611 

Third. 
Olsen C, hostler Cummings & Pearson, dwl West Oakland House, 

W. O. 
Olsen Jacob, laborer Watson A. Bray, N s Adams Av. bet town 

line and Fruit Vale. 
Olsen John, carpenter, dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Olson John, carpenter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Market and Curtis. 
Olson John, stableman Stanford Stables, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Omey William H, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Division bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Oppenheim Frederick, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Ormsby Alfred W., machine Blethen & Terry dwl E s Myrtle bet 

West Second and West Third, W. O. 
Oi-msby Alfred W., jeweler, dwl E s Myrtle bet West First and 

West Third, W. O. 



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Ormsby Charles W., carpenter, dwl E s Harrison bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth. 
Ormsby Elijah S., dwl E s Harrison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 
Orr John C, painter, dwl 715 Clay. 
Orr Mathew, laborer, dwl 550 Seventh. 
Orr Michael, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Ortell A., carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, TV 7 . 0. 
Ortnian Amelia C. Miss, saleslady James M. Halsted, dwl SW cor 

Broadway and Twenty-first. 
Ortnian C. L. (widow), dwl SW cor Broadway and Twenty-first. 
Osborn Henry, laborer Gilardin Bros., dwl S s East Twelfth bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 
Osborn William, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Osborne O, brakeman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Osborne Orlando O, bookkeeper (S. F.),dwl NE cor Eleventh and Bush. 
Osbourne Samuel, shorthand reporter (S. F.), dwl NE cor Eleventh 

Av. and East Eighteenth, E. O. 
Osbourne William, clerk, dwl 270 Seventh. 
Oscar Thomas, carpenter, dwl N s West Twenty-eighth bet Linden 

and Filbert, W. O. 
Oscar William, carpenter, dwl W s Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Osgood Luther E., farmer, dwl N s East Seventeenth bet Fifth and 

Sixth avs, E. O. 
Osgood A., calker C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 

W. O. 
Osgood Charles G-. Mrs., dwl W s Grove bet Walton and Brown. 
Osgood M., painter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Osgood S. E., farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Oshner Arthur, student, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Thirty-ninth. 
Oshner Bertha Mrs., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Thirty-ninth. 
Osker Thomas, laborer, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 
Otis Samuel* plumber, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Ott A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 621 Third. 
Ott Henry, machine hand, dwl 621 Third. 
Ottignon John L., manager Yeast Powder Manufactory, Bowen 

Bros., dwl 510 Ninth. 
Otto Adolph, pressman Butler & Stilwell, dwl Henry bet Third and 

Fifth. 
Otto Charles, upholsterer, dwl 411 Seventh. 
Otto F. G., engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Otto Frederick, laborer, dwl N s West Eighth bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 
Otto George W., fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Otto Henry, steward Eureka Hotel. 
Otto Herman, shoemaker, dwl S s Seventh cor Market. 
Otto William, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Ough Joseph (Purrington & 0.), dwl S s East Eleventh bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth avs, E. O. 



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Outrani D. J., boot and shoemaker, 426 Twelfth, dwl Harrison bet 

Seventh and Eighth. 
Overland House, James R. Smith proprietor, NW cor Broadway and 

First. 
Owen J. N., teamster C. P. R. R., dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Owen Joseph, painter, dwl Thirty-seventh nr Adeline. 
Owen Robert, conductor local train C. P. R. R., res Alameda. 
Owen Timothy, local preacher, dwl W s Campbell bet Railroad Av. 

and West Eighth, W. O. 
Owen William, carpenter, dwl E s Fifth Av. bet East Fifteenth and 

East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Owens Charles, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighth bet Kirkham and 

Poplar, W. O. 
Owens John, patternmaker Manhattan Marble Co., dwl 859 Castro. 
Owens Julia (widow), laundress, dwl 417 Second. 
Owens P., millhand, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Owens Stephen, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 



Pacheco J., carpenter, dwl N s Chase bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Pacheco J. M., driver Downing & Johnson, res Concord, Contra 

Costa. 
Pacific Coast Depot Advertising Agency, McGeorge & Jones propri- 
etors, office SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., Leopold Calm president, Philip 

Susmann secretary, mills NE cor East Tenth and Second Av. 

East Oakland, office 115 Battery, S. F. 
PACIFIC LUMBER AND MILL CO., Weidmore, Henry & Co. 

proprietors, cor West Eighth and Bay, W. O. 
Pacific Pottery (Sacramento, Cal.), W. H. Parkinson agent, depot 

NE cor Tenth and Franklin. 
PACIFIC SEVENTH DAY ADYENTIST PUBLISHING 

ASSOCIATION, proprietors Signs of the Times, office Castro bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth. 
PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Revs. Joseph A. Ben- 
ton and George Mooar professors, Plymouth Av. bet Broadway 

and Telegraph Av. 
Packard E. H, machine hand C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Paddack George, painter, dwl 667 Sixth. 
Page A. E., farm hand, dwl Adeline nr Thirtieth. 
Page A. L., dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 
PAGE FRANCIS S., real estate and general business agent, office 

1007 Broadway, dwl 122 Eleventh. 
Page Frederick, painter, dwl S s Twenty-fourth bet New Broadway 

and Telegraph Av. 
Page H. C, clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 



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Page James H. (Hale, Page <k Wilson, S. P.), dwl W s Telegraph 

Av. nr Sycamore. 
Page John, blacksmith C. P. R. P., dwl S s Atlantic bet Wood and 

Pine, W. 0. 
Page Joseph Mrs. (widow), dwl 1179 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 
Pagge Peter (Pagge & Malacame), dwl SE cor Broadway and Seventh. 
Pagge & Malacame (Peter Pagge and Baptist Malacame), proprietors 

Barnum Restaurant, SE cor Broadway and Seventh. 
Pagnum John, teamster, dwl S s Twenty-sixth bet Grove and San 

Pablo Av. 
Pallies Alexander, merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Telegraph Av. cor Merri- 

mac Place. 
Palm Cyrus, market, 858 Broadway, dwl 259 Fourth. 
Palmer Alpheus W., harnessmaker, dwl 962 Grove. 
Palmer Casius C, merchant (S. F.), dwl 863 Alice. 
Palmer Charles, carpenter, dwl 205 Fourth. 
Palmer Charles E., deputy county treasurer, office Ctainty Court 

House, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Twentieth and Twenty-first 

avs, E. O. 
Palmer C. T. H., president Oakland Paving Co., office SE cor Broad- 
way and Ninth, dwl NE cor "West Twelfth and Myrtle, W. O. 
Palmer Edwin H. (Palmer & Co.), dwl 517 Ninth. 
Palmer Frank L., dwl N s Sycamore nr Grove. 
Palmer George M., harnessmaker, dwl cor Telegraph Av. and Brown. 
PALMER HENRY A., cashier Union National Gold Bank, dwl NE 

cor West Twelfth and Myrtle, W. O. 
Pakner James W., lumber surveyor, dwl N s Sycamore bet Grove 

and San Pablo Av. 
Palmer John, trainer, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 
Palmer Samuel, farmer, dwl W s Peralta bet Lincoln and Seward, 

w. o. 

Palmer & Co. (Edwin H. Palmer), wood and coal, 410 and 412 

Ninth. 
Palton Celia Miss, laundress C. Partenscky, N » Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Palton Ellen Miss, laundress C. Partenscky, N s Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
Pantosky H, second-hand furniture, 711 Broadway. 
Pardon Michael, expressman, dwl E s Linden nr West Thirtieth, 

w. o. 

Parish C. L., carpenter and builder, dwl Union bet West Twenty- 
sixth and West Twenty-eighth, W. 0. 

Parish W. H., machineman Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Park Howard C, plasterer, dwl N s West Third bet Chestnut and 
Adeline, W. O. 

Parker Miss, dressmaker, dwl 516 Ninth. 

Parker Anthony, sexton Church of the Immaculate Conception, dwl 
680 Seventh. 

Parker Charles, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-second bet West and 
Curtis. 



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Parker F., dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 
Parker Frank, druggist, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, 

w. o. 

Parker George, clerk, dwl Alta House. 

Parker John, carpenter, dwl NW cor West Fifth and Lewis, W. O. 

Parker Julia (widow), dwl NW cor Twelfth and West. 

Parker Leonidas, dwl SE cor Thirteenth Av. and East Thirty-fifth, 

E. O. 
Parker R. E., rancher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Parker William C. (Parker & Fry, S. F.), dwl W s Madison nr 

Lake Av. 
Parkes E., carpenter, dwl West Seventeenth bet Kirkham and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Parkin Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s William bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Parkinson W., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Parkinson William F., bookkeeper Artificial Stone Manufacturing 

Co., dwl 627 Tenth. 
Parkinson William H., agent Pacific Pottery, office NE cor Tenth 

and Franklin, dwl SE cor Tenth and Grove. 
Parks Edward, hairdresser, dwl W s Sycamore nr San Pablo Av. 
Parks James L., rector St. Paul's Episcopal Church, dwl W s Tele- 
graph Av. nr Delger. 
Parks John, engineer, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward, W. O. 
Parks Richard C, printer, dwl 807 Washington. 
Parmeland Francois, restaurant, 839 Broadway. 
Parra Jose, laborer Chappellet & Miner, dwl 410 Seventh. 
Parratt Frederick, dwl S s* Eightheenth bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs. 
Parrish Ranson, carpenter and builder, dwl 214 Third. 
PARRISH WILLIAM H. ( Burnham, Standeford & Co.), dwl 171 

Third. 
Parrot Edward, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Wood, W* 0. 
Parry Charles, engineer Blethen & Terry, dwl NW cor First and 

Broadway. 
Parry George, clerk U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl NE cor Magnolia and 

West Fifth, W. O. 
Parry James, ship carpenter, dwl 724 Myrtle, W. O. 

Parsons , clerk (S. F.), dwl 1057 Washington. 

Parsons Allen S., sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl N s Seventh bet 

Franklin and Webster. 
Parsons C. H., whitener, dwl N s West Eighteenth nr Adeline, W. O. 
Parsons Edwin, laborer, dwl 661 Franklin. 
Parsons G. W., farmer, dwl San Pablo A v. nr Oakland Trotting 

Park. 
Parsons James, teamster, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and 

Curtis. 
Parsons James T. H., clerk, dwl W s Eleventh Av. bet East 

Fifteenth and East Sixteenth, E. O. 



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Parsons John Dwight, clerk Union Savings Bank, dwl Russell 

House. 
Parsons J. N., farmer, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Forty-second. 
Parsons Joseph, whitener, dwl Twenty-sixth bet Union and Adeline. 
Parsons L. M., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl Overland 

House. 
Parsons Louis, machinist, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Forty-second. 
Parsons N\, driver Oakland Railroad Co. 
Parsons Samuel, hairdressing saloon, 319 Twelfth, dwl W s Eleventh 

Av. bet East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Pai-sons Sarah (widow), dwl W s Centre bet West Ninth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Parsons S. S. (R. S. Bailey &• Co.), res San Francisco. 
Parsons W. H, dwl 11 Pine, Pearsons Row, W. 0. 
Partenscky Charles, proprietor Berkeley Laundry, N s West Twelfth 

bet Centre and Kirkham, W. 0. 
Partridge Abram P., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Centre bet 

West Third and West Fifth, W. 0. 
Partridge Edward B., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 810 Filbert. 
Partridge William, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Taylor bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Pasco J., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Patch M. R. Mrs., dwl 754 Eleventh. 
Patenaude H., teamster Remillard & Brothers, dwl NE cor Clay 

and First. 
Patey M., agent, dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Pathelti Samuel, laborer, dwl West Seventeenth bet Cypress and 

Centre, W. O. 
Patridge Abram P., foreman carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Centre 

bet West Third and West Fifth, W. 0. 
Patronak Frederick, butcher, dwl W s Grove nr Twenty-fourth. 
Patten Amelia (widow), dwl SW cor Market and Eighteenth. 
Patten Frank, tin roofer, dwl SW cor Market and Eighteenth. 
Patten James R., dwl 213 Seventh. » 

Patten John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Patten Reta, Miss, dwl SW cor Market and Eighteenth. 
Patten Robert F., real estate, dwl 351 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Patten William, real estate, dwl 351 East Eleventh, E. 0. 
Pattenson Robert, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Patterson Alexander, painter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Patterson Benjamin, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Patterson John, blacksmith, dwl Adeline bet West Twenty-fourth and 

West Twenty-sixth, W. 0. 
Patterson Juan W, draftsman, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirkham 

and Poplar, W. O. 
Patterson M. Mrs., dwl 753 Castro. 
Patterson Samuel, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

w. o. 



J. S. G. GORDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



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OAKLAND P] DIRECTORY. 305 

Patterson William F., painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl Castro bet 
Ninth and Tenth. 

Pattiani A. W., bookkeeper E. W. Woodward & Co., dwl NE cor 
Pourteenth and Webster. 

Pattinson Richard, car driver, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Patton John, wiper C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Patton William H., civil engineer, dwl W s Alice bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth. 

Patzer August, dyer Leopold Patzer, dwl 834 Broadway. 

PATZER LEOPOLD, dyer and scourer, 834 Broadway. 

Paul Madame, French and Kindergarten School, 1116 Alice. 

PAUL COLIN, stoves, tin and hardware, E s Telegraph Av. bet Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-third. 

Paul Henry, second officer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Paul John A. (Paul & Heyer), dwl 1059 Franklin. 

Paul Joseph J., workman U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl 1116 Alice. 

Paul M., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Paul & Heyer (John A . Paul and Henry Heyer), proprietors American 
Bakery, 815 Broadway, and liquor saloon, 842 Broadway. 

Pauve Charles, mason, dwl Star House, W. O. 

Payne J. B., laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 
W. 0. 

Payne R. G., carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet West Eighth and Chase, 
W. O. 

Peachy R. R., laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 

Peacock Robert, sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl 151 Second. 

Peak R., candymaker, dwl N s Lincoln bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Pearce R.,dwl 969 Jefferson. 

Pearsey S. P., dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 
W. O. 

Pearson Charles E. (Cummings & P.), dwl West Oakland House, W. O. 

Pearson John W. (Weidmore, Henry & Co., dwl N s Seward bet 
Campbell and Willow, W. O. 

Pearson Joseph, dwl N s Third nr Clay 

Pearson Martha M. Mrs., clairvoyant physician, dwl 376 East Fif- 
teenth, E. O. 

Pearson Marshall D., farmer, dwl 376 East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Pease C. H., clerk, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-eight, W. O. 

Pease Frank, farmer, dwl 605 Tenth. 

Peck Alexander, agent (S. F.), dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eighth 
and West Ninth, W. O. 

Peck R. B., United States Navy, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Peck James R., dwl E s Fifth Av. bet East Fifteenth and East 
Sixteenth, E. O. 

Pecker Joseph C, shoemaker, 655 East Twelfth, dwl NW cor Thir- 
teenth Av. and East Twentieth, E. O. 

Pecker Joseph W., driver Asa W. Sweet, dwl NW cor Thirteenth 
Av. and East Twentieth, E. O. 

Peckham , blacksmith C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Goss 

and Railroad Av., W. O. 



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MUSIC HALL, 

No. 469 Sixth Street, Oakland, 

(UNDER THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.) 



One of the finest Saloons in Oakland for Accommodation or Amusement, Bil- 
liards, Piano, and the best kind of Liquors and Cigars ; 
also all kinds of Refreshments. 

GIVE THE OLD CHIEF A CALL. 

LOUIS KIHLMEYER, - - - Agent. 

ISXXTC <& WZLX-XAMS, 

Blacksmiths, Wagon 

AND CARRIAGE MAKERS, 

Horseshoeing, Carriage Painting, Trimming and General 
Jobbing Promptly Done. 



No. 414 Eleventh St., Next Door to City Market, 

Tinner, Plumber, Gas Fitter, 

AND METAL ROOFER, 

317 EAST TWELFTH STREET, next to Washington Hall, 

EAST OJ±TZLZ->A.lSrTD- 

COPPER, BRASS AND IRON PUMPS; RUBBER HOSE. 
Jobbing promptly attended to. 

JAMES XiEHTTEIiIj, 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Etc. 

Cor. Franklin and Eleventh Sts., 
(Under Odd Fellows' Hall), - Oakland. 

REPAIRING RONE PBOMPTLT AND IN A NEAT ANR WORKMAN- 
LIKE MANNER, AND ON REASONABLE TERMS. 

Carriages of all kinds neatly trimmed in the latest style, at low rates. 
Repairing of carriages promptly attended to. 



NAPA SODA is recommended by physicians as healthful drinking. 



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OAKLAND P] DIRECTORY. 307 

Peckham Albertus E., painter, dwl 516 Seventh. 

Peckham Charles O., laborer, dwl 516 Seventh. 

Peckham Etta Miss, dressmaker Mrs. A. S. Baker, dwl 516 Seventh. 

Peckham Thomas, laborer C P. R. P., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Peckinpah Abraham, carpenter, dwl 762 Sixth. 

Peckinpah Abraham R., teamster Alameda Grading Co., dwl NE 

cor Fifth Av. and East Sixteenth, E. 0. 
Peder Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s East Fourteenth bet 

Nineteenth and TVentieth avs, E. 0. 
Peel A. Mrs., janitress Harrison Street Primary School. 
Peel Allen, janitor Lafayette and Cosmopolitan Schools. 
Peel Thomas O., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 817 Market. 
Peet F. J., mason, dwl 1ST s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kn-kham, 

w. o. 

Pegnam John, teamster Oakland Paving Co. 

Pekins Joseph, carpenter, dwl W s Adeline bet West Twenty-fourth 
and West Twenty-sixth, W. O. 

Pelham Henry, farmer, dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East Sixteenth and 
East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Pelham Mary E. Mrs., teacher Lafayette Primary School, dwl W s 
Ninth Av. bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Pelletier Henry, car inspector C. P. R. R, dwl 853 Franklin. 

Pelouze William S., dwl S s Radroad Av. bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 

Pembleton E., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. res Alameda. 

Pembleton Erick, farm hand, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Penard Leopold, laborer Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 953 Wash- 
ington. 

Pender Thomas, clerk Greenhood Brothers, dwl 327 Eleventh. 

Penlington Thomas, dwl 366 Fifth. 

Penn William, mason, dwl W S Filbert nr West Twenty-sixth, 

w. o. 

Pennell Charles H., brakeman C. P. R. R, dwl N s East Fifteenth 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs, E. O. 
Penneypacker Joseph, printer, dwl 910 Clay. 
Pennington Andrew R., agent Remington Sewing Machine, dwl S s 

Twenty-second bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 
Penniman John, merchant, dwl NE cor Eighth and Webster. 
Penoyer J. W., editor Pacific Grocer (S. F.), dwl 625 Third. 
Pensam John J., master mason, dwl E s Fifth Av. bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Percival George, gardener Jesse L. Wetmore, 1009 Clay. 
Percy Samuel, dwl W s Andover nr College Av. 
Pereau Eliza A. (widow), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Adeline and 

Union, W. O. 
Pereau Howard J., clerk S. Splivalo & Co., dwl N s Railroad Av. 

bet Adeline and Union, W. O. 
Pereau Joseph L., baggagemaster C. P. R. R., dwl N s Radroad A v. 

bet Adeline and Union, W. O. 
Pereau William E., miller, dwl N s Radroad Av. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 



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Peres Luce, dwl 1116 West. 

Perham John F., dwl S s East Thirty-second nr Thirteenth Av., E. 0. 

Perm Belle (widow), dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Perine George M., dwl N s Adams Av., bet town line and Fruit 
Vale, E. 0. 

Perine Nicholas P., manufacturer roofing (S. F.), dwl N s Adams Av. 
bet town line and Fruit Vale, E. O. 

Perkins Mrs., dwl S s Ninth bet Castro and Grove. 

Perkins Charles, printer, dwl S s West Twelfth nr Filbert, W. O. 

Perkins E. S., machinist, dwl 415 Fourth. 

Perkins Eugene, joiner C. P. R. P., W. 0. 

Perkins Joseph A, clerk Custom House (S. F.), dwl 771 Washing- 
ton. 

Perret E., French laundry, 510 Second. 

Perriman F., dwl S s West Eighth bet Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 

PEKRIN EDWARD R., proprietor West Oakland House, N s 
Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Perrin Richard, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl Center bet Third and 
Fourth. 

Perrin Samuel, watchman Oakland Wharf C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cen- 
ter bet West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 

Perrout Eugene Mine., dyeing and cleaning, 470 Twelfth. 

Perry Albert F., carpenter, dwl 352 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Perry C. C, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Perry Henry, clerk S. A. Perry, dwl 843 Broadway. 

Perry H. H, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Perry James A., contractor and builder, dwl 352 East Fourteenth, 
E. O. 

Perry James S., carpenter, dwl 352 East Fourteenth, E. 0. 

Perry John, carpenter, dwl West Twenty-sixth bet Union and Ade- 
line, W. O. 

Perry John, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl 367 Eighth. 

Perry John F., salesman, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Perry Joseph, carpenter, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 

Perry Leandro H., driver James I. Bliven & Co., dwl Eureka Hotel. 

PERRY SAMUEL A., bookseller, stationer, and news agent, 843 
Broadway, dwl 856 Harrison. 

Perry W. J., painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Persing Georgia Miss, teacher L-ving Grammar School, dwl SE cor 
Sixth and Clay. 

Petar Charles (Ghirardelli & P.), dwl 1013 Webster. 

Peter B., teacher St. Joseph's Academy, dwl SW cor Fifth and Jack- 
son. 

Peterman Theodore, laborer, dwl 420 First. 

Peters Corsten T., carpenter, dwl 709 Franklin. 

Peters John, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Peters Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Peters Moses, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 



J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ice. 469 Ninth St. 



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Peters "William, master mariner, dwl SW cor Grove and Tenth. 
Peters William B. Mrs. (widow) ,dwl 769 Oak. 
Petersen C, laborer Remillard k Bros., res San Francisco. 
Petersen Frederick (Haugsted & P.), dwl 857 Franklin. 
Petersen Peter, drayman Alameda Grading Co., dwl 514 East Fif- 
teenth, E. O. 
Peterson Alexander, farmer, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
Peterson Alfred, trainer, Oakland Trotting Park. 
Peterson Amelia (widow), dwl 809 Jackson. 
Peterson H., joiner C. P. P. R., W. O. 
Peterson Heniy U., master mariner, dwl W s Ninth Av. bet East 

Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Peterson J. M., pile driver C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Peterson J. 1ST., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Peterson John, whitening, kalsomining, etc., dwl 366 Seventh. 
Peterson Lewis, laborer, dwl S s West Third bet Linden and Filbert, 

W. O. 
Peterson N., saddler Cummings & Pearson, dwl West Oakland 

House, W. O. 
Peterson Peter O., gardener W. H. Raymond, 1109 Clay. 
Peterson William, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific 

Radroad House, W. O. 
Peterson William, stair builder George M. Blair, dwl W s Grove bet 

Second and Third. 
Pettigrew Josiah, carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Pettigrew Wdham J. Jr., clerk, dwl S s Thirteenth bet Castro and 

Brush. 
Pettit Franklin, ship joiner, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Pettit Harriet M. (widow), dwl 671 Tenth. 

Pettitt Joseph Geoi-ge, carpenter, dwl W s Wood bet Seward and 
Taylor, W. O. 

Petzer P., upholsterer R. F. Fallmer & Co., dwl NE cor Broadway 
and Second. 

Pfenninger Hermann, dwl W s Twenty-second Av. bet East Twelfth 
and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Pfester Julian, groceries and licpiors, dwl cor Adeline and San Pablo 
Av. 

PFISTER JOHN R., candy manufacturer and restaurant, 1065 
Broadway, dwl 1067 Broadway. 

Pheby Thomas B., miner, dwl W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth. 

Phelan W. S., sheep raiser, dwl SW cor Twelfth and Castro. 

Phelps Corridon B. , manager Bowen Brothers, dwl N s Fifteenth bet 
Clay and Jefferson. 

Phelps C. W., real estate agent, dwl Russell House. 

Phelps Edward, miner, dwl S s West Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Phelps F. R. Mrs., milliner and millinery goods, 1005 Broadway. 

Phelps George, carpet layer, dwl 215 Ninth. 



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Phelps Harry, brakeman C. P. R. P., dwl N s Division bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Phelps James T., laborer, dwl S s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 
Phelps M. W. Mrs., principal Lafayette Primary School, dwl cor 

Broadway and Thirteenth. 
Phelps R., painter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay and Cedar, W. O. 
Phelps Samuel, dairyman, dwl Chestnut bet West Twenty-first and 

Twenty-second, W. O. 
Phenneger Royal N., carpenter, dwl 758 Fifth. 
Pherrill J., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Phillips , dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Phillips Blair, carpenter, dwl 655 Grove. 

Phillips John W. (Phillips & Chandler), dwl 1112 Eleventh Av., 

E. O. 
Phillips M. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Phillips Thomas, farmer, .dwl Adeline nr West Thirtieth, W. O. 
PHILLIPS & CHANDLER (John W. Phillips and M. L. Chand- 
ler), wholesale butchers, SW cor East Twelfth and Twentieth 

Av., E. O. 
Phinney Joseph M., carpenter, dwl 327 Eleventh. 
Pliipps V. E. Mrs., dwl E s Grove bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Phoenix and Home Insurance Cos. (Phoenix Fire, Hartford, Conn., 

Home, Fire, New York), H. L. Roff & Co. agents, office 1004 

Broaolway. 
Pichler Chris, barkeeper Edward F. Thayer, dwl 470 Eighth. 
Picker John, carpenter, dwl 916 Harrison. 

Pickersgill W. F., clerk A. G. Lawrie, dwl Eastern Hotel, E. O. 
Pickett James N., agent, dwl W s Aoleline bet West Tenth and 

West Twelfth, W. O. 
Pickett A. M. Mrs., dwl N s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Pickett Thomas, bricklayer, dwl S s West Thirteenth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Pickham Thomas, blacksmith C. P. R. R., W. O. 
PIEDMONT SPRING HOTEL, R. L. Gardner proprietor, Oak- 
land Hights, Piedmont. 
Piel Victor, blacksmith J. Lusk & Co., dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy 

Av. 
Pierce Charles B., teamster (S. F), dwl S s William bet Willow and 

Wood, W. O. 
Pierce Edward, mining, dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, AV. O. 
Pierce Edward W., clerk George E. Smith, dwl 513 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Pierce H, clerk, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Adeline anol Linden, W. O. 
Pierce Henry, printer, dwl 514 Tenth. 
Pierce James E., carpenter Blethen k Terry, dwl SW cor Atlantic 

and Willow, W. O. 
Pierce Rueben, dwl 1112 Eleventh Av., E. O. 
Pierce Samuel H., freight clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F), dwl 1017 Ninth 

Av., E. O. 



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Pierce Sarah B. (widow), dwl 557 Seventh. 

Pierce William, upholsterer, dwl 515 Sixth. 

Pierson C, carpenter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Pierson Charles, driver Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, dwl cor Clay 
and Twelfth. 

Pierson George, miner, dwl SW cor Twelfth and Clay. 

Piette H. E., carpenter, dwl W s Market bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth. 

Pike Eugene, laundryman Charles Partenscky, N s West Twelfth 
bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 

Pike Samuel B., insurance (S. F.), dwl NW cor Tenth and Poplar, 

w. o. 

Pilton Marie Mme., dwl 946 Myrtle. 

Pimentel Francisco C, seamstress, dwl NW cor Campbell and Atlan- 
tic, W. 0. 

Pimentel John T., deck hand stm Princess, dwl NW cor Campbell 
and Atlantic, W. O. 

Pinckney Samuel L., carriage painter, dwl 685 East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Pinkerton Thomas H., physician and surgeon, office and dwl NE cor 
Eleventh and Jefferson. 

Pinkham Seth, cashier Commercial Bank (S. F.), dwl NE cor Brush 
and Fifteenth. 

Pinkham Willis P., ornamental plasterer, dwl 593 Eleventh. 

Pinney George M., mining stocks (S. F.), dwl 955 Madison. 

PIONEER CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, Sohst Brothers pro- 
prietors, 902 Franklin cor Eighth. 

PIONEER PLANING MILLS, Blethen & Terry proprietors, 461- 
465 First, office 462 First. 

Pioneer Soda Works, James I. Bliven & Co. proprietors, 665 and 
667 Broadway. 

Piper Joseph, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and 
West Tenth, W. O. 

Piper N, carpenter, dwl N s West Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow, 
W. 0. 

Pipher Stephen, baggageman C. P. R. R., dwl 906 Washington. 

PIRMIAN B., principal St. Joseph's Academy, dwl SW cor Fifth 
and Jackson. 

Pirrie William, clerk, dwl Washington bet Twelfth and Thirteenth. 

Pitchford James L., printer, dwl 971 Washington. 

Pitchford John W., printer, dwl 971 Washington. 

Pitchford William H., printer, dwl 971 Washington. 

Pithman William, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Pitker John, carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Pitman John, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Pitt Henry, carpenter, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

Pixley A. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 816 Broadway. 

Pixley Enoch, carpenter, dwl 816 Broadway. 

Place James F. ( Treadwell & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl S s Twenty- 
first bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

Planitz G. F., carpenter, dwl Ns Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 



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From the Devouring Elements, 

FIRE AND WATER 

BY PROCURING 

RICE <& SAVTS' 

PATENT ROOF PAINT 

Having a depot for the manufacture of said paint, we are now prepared to 
furnish it in any quantity, by the can or barrel, or to 

COVER, SHINGLE, TIN OR IRON ROOFS, 

On very Reasonable Terms, by Contract or per Square Foot. 
Against sparks and burning cinders falling upon it, and at the same time 

DURABLE AND EXTREMELY CHEAP 

All orders left at our Office, 

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"Will receive Immediate Attention. T. R. POSEY & CO. 

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Plain and fancy ice cream made to order at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth St. 



0. F. S— Oatmeal and corn meal, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND .' P ] DIRECTORY. 313 

Platania Francis, laborer Miley & Laage, dwl W s Clay nr Seventh. 
Piatt Horace, dwl S s "West Fourteenth, bet Linden and Filbert, 

W. 0. 
Plaw James, carpenter California Bridge and Building Co., dwl 1057 

Washington. 
Playter E. W., hardware (S. F.), dwl 1167 Castro. 
Plummer Daniel A., dwl 1067 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
Plunimer J. W., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl S s 

Seward bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Plunkett James C, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 502 East Fifteenth, 

E. O. 
Plunkett Wesley, carpenter, dwl 600 East Twelfth. 
Poe John, brakeman, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Poindexter Rintone Mrs., dwl 715 Sixth. 
Poindexter Robert W., clerk, dwl 715 Sixth. 
POLICE COMMISSIONERS, Mayor and Common Council, office 

City Hall. 
POLICE COURT, room 7 City Hall. 
POLICE DEPARTMENT, City of Oakland, D. H. Rand captain, 

office basement City Hall. 
POLICE JUDGE, City of Oakland, A. H. Jayne, office 8 City 

Hall. 
Pollard George, painter, dwl 700 Franklin. 
Pollard Thomas, painter Farwell & Garrigan, res Temescal. 
Pomroy Horace B., bookkeeper Burner & Young, dwl E s Webster 

nr Sixteenth. 
Pomroy Samuel S., merchant (S. F.), dwl 955 Railroad Av. 
Pool George, machine hand C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

AV. O. 
Pool Lawrence, merchant (S. F.), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Poole Spencer, dwl 518 Fifth. 
Poor Daniel W. Rev., professor Theological Seminary (S. F.), dwl 

E s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty-second. 
Pope C. H. Rev., pastor Second Congregational Church, dwl Middle 

bet Peralta and Chester, W. O. 
Pope Nathaniel, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Seventeenth. 
Pope T. E., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth 

and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Port Peter, carpenter, dwl SE cor Wood and Taylor, W. O. 
Portello Frank, butcher Phillips & Chandler, dwl S s East Sixteenth 

bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Portello Henry, butcher Carrick & Hostetter, dwl East Sixteenth 

bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Porter D. C, carpenter, dwl N s West Thirteenth bet Wood and 

Willow, W. O. 
Porter David Herbert, clerk C. R. Lewis & Co., dwl 317 Eleventh. 
Porter James J., deputy city marshal, office 5 City Hall, dwl S s Sev- 
enteenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Portman Charles, plasterer, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Posey T. R. ( T. R. Posey & Co.), dwl cor Grove and Walton. 



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POSEY T. R. & CO. (W. P. Craig), agents Rice & Davis patent 

roof paint, 956 Broadway. 
Post Arthur H., receiving teller National Gold Bank and Trust Co. 

(S. F.), dwl 412 Fourteenth. 
Post C. B. Mrs., dwl 822 Brush. 

Post Charles A., conductor freight train C. P. R. R., dwl 822 Brush. 
Post Francis, farm hand, dwl "W s San Pablo Av. 
Post John, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
POST OFFICE BLOCK, W s Broadway bet Ninth and Tenth. 
POST OFFICES— Brooklyn, Thomas F. Steere postmaster, SE cor 

Thirteenth Av. and East Twelfth ; Oakland, John E. Benton 

postmaster, 463 Ninth ; West Oakland, Henry Y. Baker post- 
master, N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood. 
Postlethwaite Alta Miss, dressmaker, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Cedar and Pine, W. 0. 
Postlethwaite Amelia Miss, dressmaker, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Cedar and Pine, W. O. 
Postlethwaite Hartley, blacksmith, dwl N s Railroad Av, bet Cedar 

and Pine, W. O. 
POSTON E. C. MRS., young ladies' seminary, E s Oak bet Tenth 

and Eleventh. 
Poston John M., law student, dwl E s Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh. 
Potentine Andrew, waiter Pagge & Malacarne, dwl SE cor Broadway 

and Seventh. 
Potter Edward E., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl 272 Eleventh. 
Potter Frederick, clerk, dwl NW cor Wood and Lincoln, W. 0. 
Potter George, dwl N s Merrimac Place bet Webster and Telegraph 

Av. 
Potter George C, surveyor, dwl junction San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 
Potter Henry, mill hand, dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighteenth and 

West Twenty-first, W. O. 
Potter Herbert B., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl N s First bet 

Broadway and Franklin. 
Potter H. N., capitalist, dwl 503 Eleventh. 
Potter John, dwl 517 Third. 

Potter Mary C. (widow), dwl N s Seventeenth opp. Jefferson. 
Potter Peter, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet Ninth and Twelfth, 

w. o. 

Potter William, dwl W s Union nr Twenty-sixth, W. O. 

Potts Julius, farm hand, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

POUND MASTER, George Taylor, office cor Twenty-eighth and 
Adeline. 

Pounstone A. L., bookkeeper Oakland News, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Powell William, painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl Cosmopolitan 
Hotel. 

Powell William W., porter C. P. R. R, dwl 157 Sixth. 

Power D. E., farmer, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Power Michael, laborer, dwl Poplar bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 



The test ice cream freezers for sale at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. P. S — Oakland Peed Store, 416 Ninth St. near Broadway— 0. P. S. 



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Powers Charles E., butcher, dwl 813 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Powers Charles E. Jr., tinsmith Frederick Schimnielpfennig Jr., dwl 

813 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Powers D. N., dentist, office and dwl 463 Tenth. 
Powers Edward, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Powers Henry, laborer, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Adeline. 
Powers Michael, rancher, dwl Adeline nr Thirtieth. 
Powers 0. B. (Bishop & P.), res Fairfield, Solano County. 
Powers O. P., dwl E s Grove nr Fifteenth. 
Powers Oliver P., dwl 323 Eleventh. 
Powers Robert A., baker P. F. McGettigan, dwl N s Railroad Av. 

bet Cedar and Pine, W. O. 
Prather Samuel, clerk George S. Brown & Co., dwl NE cor Moss 

Av. and Webster. 
Prather Thomas, messenger Union National Gold Bank, dwl SE cor 

Broadway and Ninth. 
Prati E. D., cigars and tobacco, 455 Ninth, res Alameda. 
Pratt H. G., journalist, dwl West Sixteenth nr Center, W. 0. 
Pratt Daniel W., watchman U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl 1207 Franklin. 
Pratt Henry, laborer, dwl 521 Fourth. 

Pratt J. F., professor music, dwl NE cor Division and Wood, W. O. 
Pray F. E., dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

W. O. 
Preparatory School State University, P. E. Bornand principal, 

Twelfth bet Alice and Harrison. 
Prescott Augustus A., butcher, dwl 514 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Prescott C, brakeman C. P. P. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Prescott Melvin (Prescott & Co.), dwl NW cor East Fourteenth and 

Tenth Av., E. O. 
Prescott Sarah R. (widow), dwl 573 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Prescott & Co. (Melvin Prescott and Charles S. McLaren), market, 

311 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Presho James (Presho Bros., S. F.), merchant, dwl 827 Myrtle. 
Pressey B. F., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Preston John W. (Gibbs <£; P.), dwl junction San Pablo Av. and 

Clay. 
Prevost C. W., clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. and West 

Eighth, W. O. 
Price David, contractor and builder, dwl 765 Jefferson. 
Price David A., clerk S. Splivalo & Co., dwl 765 Jefferson. 
Price Elizabeth C. (widow), dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Sycamore. 
Price F. O., carpenter Dexter Windmill Co., dwl Eland House. 
PRICE JAMES, produce and poultry, 5-9 City Market, dwl Har- 
rison bet Seventh and Eighth. 
Price J. F., painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Price J. R., surveyor, office 10 City Hall, dwl 934 Myrtle, W. O. 
Price Joseph, dwl NW cor Twenty-first Av. and East Twenty-fifth, 

E. O. 
Price Oscar, carpenter, dwl Chase bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 



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CROCKERY, HARDWARE, 

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Try GOKDON'S ice cream, it is the test and cheapest. 469 Ninth St. 



0. F. S— Oil-cake meal and ground barl'y, 116 Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



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Price William F., porter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet West 
Third and West Fifth, W. O. 

Price William H., clerk W. C. Mason & Co., dwl S s East Seven- 
teenth bet Fifth and Sixth avs, E. O. 

Price William N, blindmaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 765 Jefferson. 

Priestly Frank, coachman A. M. Burns, N W cor West Twelfth and 
Linden, W. O. 

Priestly John, laborer, dwl 552 Seventh. 

Priestly John Jr., hackman L. M. Beaudry, dwl 552 Seventh. 

Prince Allen G., carpenter and builder, dwl N s Twelfth bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Prince George W., carpenter, dwl NW cor Twelfth Av. and East 
Fifteenth, E. O. 

Prince Levi M., carpenter, dwl NW cor Twelfth Av. and East Fif- 
teenth, E. O. 

Prince Peter, driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Prindle F., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 845 Broadway. 

PRINGLE EDWARD J., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl NW cor 
Seventh Av. and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

Pringle William, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Prior C. B., engineer, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Pritchard Z., engineer, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, 

w. o. 

PROBATE COURT, rooms County Court House. 
PROBATE JUDGE, County of Alameda, Stephen G. Nye, cham- 
bers County Court House. 
Prosch Carl, portrait painter, dwl 365 Ninth. 

Prout E. A. Mrs., milliner Mrs. F. R. Phelps, dwl 1005 Broadway. 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, S. H. 

Mather, office County Court House. 
Puett J. M., conductor C. P. R. R., W. O. 
PULLMAN JAMES, merchant, dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth and 

West Twelfth, W. 0. 
Pumyea P. (Newland & P.), dwl Newland's Hotel. 
Pundt Edward, bookkeeper S. Splivalo & Co., dwl 1161 Franklin. 
Purcell Charles, foreman Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 308 Third. 
Purdy John E., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 1067 Brush. 
Purnell William, hairdresser John W. Smith, dwl 563 Sixth. 
Purnell Zedekiah J., hairdresser, dwl 563 Sixth. 
Purrington S. W. (Purrington & Ough), dwl NW cor Twelfth Av. 

and East Eleventh, E. O. 
PURRINGTON k OUGH (S. W. Purrington and Joseph Ough), 

wood and coal, S s East Eleventh bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 

avs, E. O. 
Purves John, carpenter, dwl S s West Third bet Myrtle and Market. 

W. O. 
Purvis John, school teacher, dwl N s Lincoln bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Putnam Allen, carpenter, dwl 526 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Putnam George, driver engine Co. No. 1, O. F. D. 



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Putnam Mary (widow), dwl Alta House. 

Putnam S., carpenter, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 

Putnam Stillman N., land agent (S. F.), dwl E s Harrison bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. 

Putzar Louis, carpenter, dwl N s West Thirteenth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. O. 

Putzker Aldine, professor University, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet 
Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. 

PYTHIAN HALL, 1058 Broadway. 



Quackenbush George, carpenter, dwl W s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Quaid Da.vid J., laborer (S. F.), dwl S s Taylor bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. 0. v 

Quartero Antone, vegetable dealer, dwl N s Lincoln bet Wood and 
Pine, W. O. 

Quenan Barrett, waiter Grand Central Hotel. 

Quick Thomas, engineer, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Quigt; Ann Miss, dressmaker, dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. 0. 

Quigley John J., carriage painter M. W. Allen, dwl Charter Oak 
Hotel, W. O. 

Quigley Michael, laborer, dwl Fourth bet Alice and Brush. 

Quigley Michael, laborer, dwl N s Fourth bet Grove and Castro. 

Quigley William, express wagon, E s Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh, 
dwl N s Fourth bet Grove and Castro. 

Quill Catharine (widow), spinner Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., 
dwl N s East Twentieth bet Sixth and Seventh avs, E. O. 

Quill Daniel J., rubber Manhattan Marble Co., dwl N s East Twen- 
tieth bet Sixth and Seventh avs, E. O. 

Quill Katie (widow), spinner Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., dwl 
N s East Twentieth bet Sixth and Seventh avs, E. O. 

Quinn Edward, dwl N s West Fifth bet Henry and Lewis, W. O. 

Quinn James, foreman J. W.Pearson, dwl N s Seward nr Willow, W. 0. 

Quinn John, shoemaker D. Stuart, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

Quinn John J., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl 812 Filbert, W. O. 

Quinn Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 

Quinn William H, salesman (S. F.), dwl SW cor Castro and Fifteenth. 

Quinn William J., real estate, dwl SW cor Castro and Fifteenth. 

Qumto J. M., hairdresser Samuel Parsons, dwl 371 Fifth. 

Quipit Joseph, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 



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Rackett Louis, carpenter, dwl 358 Ninth. 

Rackliffe J., dwl 859 Castro. 

RadclhT William, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 0. P. 



Drink Napa Soda and enjoy life and health. Agency, 469 Ninth St. 



0. P. S .— Hay, ground feed, and grain, 416 Ninth near Bdwy— 0. P. S. 



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Haddock William, shoemaker, dwl 1054 Franklin. 

Radeniacher C, machine hand Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl 

NW cor Seward and Wood, W. O. 
Radford Edward, laborer, dwl Linden nr Twenty-eighth. 
Radke Albert, watchmaker Augustus H. Buehren, dwl Seventh Av. 

bet East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth, E. O. 
Rafferty Patrick, stableman, Oakland Trotting Park. 
RAFFO BROTHERS (Columbus, Nicholas, and Louis), groceries 

and liquors, SW cor Broadway and Third. 
Raffo Columbus (Raffo Brothers), res Italy. 
Ratio Louis (Raffo Brothers), dwl 671 Broadway. 
Ratio Nicholas (Raffo Brothers), res Italy. 
Ragan John, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Raglin Charles, porter C. P. R. R., dwl cor Seventh and Clay. 
Railroad House, Catherine Wilson proprietress, 1069 Fourteenth Av., 

E. 0. 
Railton Edward, train dispatcher C. P. R. R., dwl Grand Western 

Hotel, W. O. 
Raines William H., dwl W s Center bet West Ninth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Raleigh C. J., lather (S. F.), dwl junction Market and San Pablo Av. 
Raleigh J. F., carpenter, dwl junction Market and San Pablo Av. 
Raleigh Lewis A, carpenter, dwl junction Mai-ket and San Pablo Av. 
Ralson Edward, carpenter, dwl W s Market bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth 
Rann E. P. Mrs., teacher Lafayette Primary School, dwl 959 Wash- 
ington. 
Rambaud Severin, baker Mouret & Lanne, dwl 912 Franklin. 
Ramedas Jose, fruits and vegetables, 713 Broadway. 
Ramey Frederick, laborer, dwl W s Webster nr Moss Av. 
Ramsden Charles H., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl S s Twenty-third nr 

Telegraph Av. 
Rand David H., captain police, office basement City Hall, dwl S s Bay 

bet Broadway and Telegraph Av. 
Rand Edward, clerk, dwl W s West nr Tenth. 
Rand Frank, carpenter, dwl 700 Franklin. 

Randal Samuel, teamster Sarpy k Barstow, dwl Second bet Web- 
ster and Harrison. 
Randlett H. A., proprietor Oakland Trotting Park nr San Pablo Av. 
Rangod Gustave, dyer and cleaner, 816 Broadway. 
Ranken J., cook, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Rankin Andrew, tinsmith James Dalziel, dwl E s Grove nr Caledonia 

Av. 
Rankin Frederick A., physician, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Pvankhi James, plumber Robert Dalziel, dwl E s Grove nr Caledonia 

. Av. 
Rankin Samuel H., engineer, dwl W s Broadway bet Nineteenth 

and Twentieth. 
Ranlett Horace D., agent Glidden & Williams (Boston), dwl 724 
Fourteenth. 



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Ranlett John, carpenter, dwl 163 Seventh. 

Rami E. Mrs., school teacher, dwl 959 Washington. 

Ransom , justice of the peace, dwl W s Market junction Ly- 

dia. 

Rapp Charles, baker Conrad F. Hampel, dwl 761 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Rappold J., shoecutter (S. F.), dwl S s West Twelfth bet Campbell 
and Willow, W. O. 

Rasby Edward, painter, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 

Rasmussen EL, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 
Bay and Cedar, W. O. 

Rasmussen Peter, carpenter, dwl S s West Fifth bet Filbert and 
Myrtle, W. O. 

Rathbone Joseph, carpenter, dwl West Thirteenth bet Peralta and 
Kirkham, W. 0. 

RATHJEN DIEDRICH, groceries and liquors, NW cor Fifth and 
Jefferson. 

Rathjen Herman, teamster, dwl E s Thirteenth Av. bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Ratswell M., bricklayer, dwl 403 Ninth. 

Randelbaugh Peter O., carpenter, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 
Cedar, W. O. 

Rawling Henry, carpenter, dwl N s Eleventh bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Raye Rosa (widow), dwl N s West Thirteenth bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Rayfield George, barkeeper Grand Central Hotel, dwl 413 Ninth. 

Raymond Edward, farm hand, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Union. 

Raymond Frederick, carpenter, dwl NW cor First and Harrison. 

Raymond Henry, mining, dwl 166 Tenth. 

Raymond William H., mining, dwl 1109 Clay. 

Raymond Van Rensalaaer, U. S. Mint (S, F.), dwl 769 Twelfth. 

Raynor J. C, trainer, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 

Read Ambrose M., physician, dwl SW cor Broadway and Twenty- 
second. 

Read Robert, carpenter, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Ready William, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Reagan Daniel, driver, dwl 262 Fifth, rear. 

REAL ESTATE UNION, William H. Jordan secretary and man- 
ager, office 921 Broadway. 

Ream John, miller Jacob Samms, dwl 611 Clay. 

Reap Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Rearden Michael, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Reardon Jerry, salesman, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

Reaves George, whitening, dwl S s Fifth bet Washington and Broad- 
way. 

Rebholtz Lawrence, painter, dwl 830 Jefferson. 

RECORDER COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, Benjamin S. Marston, 
office County Court House. 

Records Frank, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



0. P. S— Hominy and cracked wheat, 416 Ninth St. nr Bdwy— 0. P. S. 



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Hector Benjamin F., superintendent Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., 
dwl SE cor East Eleventh and Second Av., E. O. 

Rector Ludwell J., deputy county assessor, office 626 East Twelfth, 
dwl N s East Seventeenth bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth avs, E. O. 

Rector Porter C, civil engineer, dwl Mansion House. 

Redding David W., carpenter, dwl N s Fifteenth nr Clay. 

Reddy Frank, laborer, dwl West Sixteenth bet Kirkharu and Cypress, 

w. o. 

Reddy John, laborer, dwl West Sixteenth bet Kirkham and Cypress, 

W. 0. 
Reddy P., painter, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Reddy Sarah (widow), dwl West Sixteenth bet Kirkkani and Cypress, 

w. o. 

Redican Bernard, plasterer, dwl 1054 Franklin. 

Redican Mary A. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 1054 Franklin. 

Rcdington C. H., engineer C. P. R, R., dwl S s West Twelfth bet 

Campbell and Willow, W. O. 
Redman Patrick, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Redman R. A., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 957 Grove. 
Redmond Patrick, laborer, dwl SE cor East Tenth and Ninth Av., 

E. O. 
Redpath William, horse trainer Montania Ranch, N s East Sixteenth 

E of Twenty-third Av., E. O. 
Redpath William H., laborer, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Market 

and Curtis. 
Redstone A. E., machinist and engineer, dwl B s West bet Ninth 

and Tenth. 
REDSTONE JOHN H, attorney at law and solicitor patents Oak- 
land Patent Ofiice, 461 Ninth, dwl E s West bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Reed Albert, clerk (S. F.), dwl N a Railroad Av. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Reed Benjamin, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Wood bet Seward and Taylor, 

w. o. 

Reed C. F. Mrs., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Adeline, W. O. 

Reed Charles, lather, dwl 523 Eighth. 

Reed Charles G., deputy county clerk, ofiice Comity Court House, 

dwl 420 Twelfth. 
Reed Clarence M., telegraph operator C. P. R. R., West Oakland 

Station, dwl Seventh nr Webster. 
Reed Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Reed Edward, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Reed Frank M., carpenter, dwl S s Seventh bet Harrison and Webster. 
Reed George, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Reed James, engineer, dwl E s Willow bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 
Reed James W., carpenter, dwl S s Seventh bet Harrison and Webster. 
Reed John, clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth and West 

Fourteenth, W. O. 



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JOHXT H. REDSTOITE, 




AND NOTARY PUBLIC, 

461 Ninth Street, Oakland, California, 

Will attend to Patent Suits in Federal Courts, and procure United States and Foreign 

Patents for Iiventors, furnish Models on short_ notice, and assist Inventors in 

perfecting their inventions. Taxes and Annuities paid on existing European 

Patents, and Patents worked according to the requirements of Law. 



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519 Second Street, Oakland 

A Liberal Discount will be made to Hotels and Lodging Houses. 
Particular Attention given to Laying Carpets. 

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SARPY & BARSTOW, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

STARR'S MILLS AND OREGON FLOUR, 

Hay, Grain and Feed, 

423 and 425 Eleventh Street, bet. Broadway and Franklin Sts. 

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Hay Dealers, cor. Broadway and Walnut St. 

Goods delivered in Oakland free of charge. 

A. J. SCHNEIDER, 

OAKLAND BASKET FACTORY 

962 BEOADWAY, BET. NINTH AND TENTH STS. 

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Overland Lunch, Picnic and Ladies' Fancy Baskets made and re- 
paired. Children's Chairs and Carriages made and repaired. 
Cane Chairs reseated and Coarse Work 
promptly attended to. 

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Reed John, laborer, dwl 224 Twelfth. 

Reed John, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., "W. 0. 

Reed John, stableman G. A. Stnbbs, dwl 413 Fourth. 

Reed John, wagonniaker, dwl 369 Eleventh. 

Reed Joseph, trackman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Reed O. P., carpenter, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Reese Powell H., master mariner, dwl E s Elm bet College Av. and 

Hawthorne. 
Reeve E. L. Miss, teacher music, dwl 404 Thirteenth. 

Reeves , dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkharu, W. O. 

Reeves John W., carpenter, dwl 954 Broadway. I g 

Reeves Rufus H. (Lefevre <£• R.J, dentist, office NW cor Broadway and ■*" 

Eighth, dwl 511 Tenth. g» 

Reeves Wilham K., bricklayer, dwl 910 Franklin. | ££ 

Regan John, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare, dwl 513 2J 

Ninth. -p* 

Regan Patrick, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Reichert Lina Miss, dressmaker Mrs. A. S. Baker, dwl Ninth bet 

Webster and Franklin. 
Reichling Frederick, assayer (S. F.), dwl 1056 West Eighth cor 

Linden, W. 0. 

Reid Mrs., dwl 461 Ninth. 

Reid Edward K., clerk (S. F.), dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Chestnut i }> 

and Linden, W. O. ^ 

Reid James, gardener, dwl Mansion House, E. 0. tr 1 

Reid John, carriagemaker King d: Williams, dwl Eleventh bet £j 

Franklin and Webster. 
Reid L. Mrs.', dwl 561 Fifth. 
Reier Charles, painter, dwl 909 Washington. 
Reigh Edward, carpenter, dwl 856 Clay. 
Reilay John P. (Baldwin, ReHay & Bradway), physician and surgeon, 

office 1059 Broadway, dwl 1057 Washington. 
REILLY PAUL J., chemist and apothecarv, 847 Broadway, dwl $£' 

569 Sixth. 
Reilly Paid J., physician, dwl 569 Sixth. 
Reimers Frederick (Kaese, R. ci- Co. J, res Temescal. 
Reinhardt Hans, cigars and tobacco (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighth bet 

Widow and Campbell, W. O. 
Reinle Frederick, butcher (S. F.), dwl 1058 West. 
Reinstadler Francois, carpenter, dwl 555 Franklin. 3 

Remer John, laborer, dwl N s Chase bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. f^ 
REMILLARD & BROS. (Peter X., Btiaire, and Edward), brick- 

niakers and contractors, office Wilcox Block, 921 Broadway and 

foot Webster. 
REMILLARD'S BUILD INC, E s Broadway nr Twelfth. 
Remillard Edward ( Rem'dlard <fc Bros.), res San Rafael. 
Remillard Euphenne Miss, dressmaker, dwl 355 Tenth. 
Remillard Frank, brickmaker, dwl 806 Clay. 

Remillard Hdaire ( Remilla rd \& Bros. ^,dwl SW cor Tenth and Webster. 
Remillard Joseph, dwl 355 Tenth. 



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324 OAKLAND R] PIRECTORY. 

Retuillard Julia Miss, dressmaker, dwl 355 Tenth. 

Remillard Malvina Miss, dressmaker, dwl 355 Tenth. 

Remillard Peter N. (Remillard Bros.), dwl 1201 Franklin. 

Remington A. M. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 958 Grove. 

Rempler Henrietta (widow), dwl 838 Clay. 

Rempler William, musician, dwl 833 Clay. 

Renaud Eugene, engineer Oakland Planing Mill, dwl 956 "West 

Third, W. 0. 
Renton Coal Co., Thomas & Anderson agents, office 413 Tenth. 
Requa Jane E. (widow), dwl S s Adams Av. bet town line and Fruit 

Yale, E. O. 
Requa John M. , dwl S s Adams Av. bet town line and Fruit Yale, E. O. 
Rerat Albert Louis, fireman, dwl 562 Franklin. 
Rerat Elizabeth (widow), dwl 562 Franklin. 

Resser , physician, dwl 413 Ninth. 

Reubar Jacob, physician, dwl S s West Eighth bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
REYERLY JOHN O, real estate agent, office N s Railroad Av. 

bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
Rey John, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 
Reynolds Anna Mrs., furnished rooms, 510 Eighth. 
Reynolds Annie M. Miss, dressmaker Mrs. R. T. Reynolds, dwl 1087 

Third. 
Reynolds Frank A., clerk (S. F.), dwl 510 Eighth. 
Reynolds George L., artist, dwl 15 Twenty-second bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs. 
Reynolds Joseph, dwl junction of Twenty-third and San Pablo Av. 
Reynolds L. D., teamster Babcock & Gould, dwl S s Twenty-first bet 

Market and Curtis. 
Reynolds Merrick, capitalist, dwl 1011 Webster. 
Reynolds R. T. Mrs., milliner and dressmaker, 325 Twelfth. 
Reynolds Thomas N"., plumber, dwl 510 Eighth. 
Reynolds WiUiam H, stock broker (S. F.), dwl W s Fifth Av. bet 

East Eleventh and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Reynolds William T., merchant (S. F.), dwl 833 Madison. 
Rhoades James Delos, collector Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 458 

Eighth. 
Rhodes Frank, carpenter, dwl W s Eleventh Av. bet East Four- 
teenth and Fast Fifteenth, E. O. 
Ribbel J. M., painter (S. F.), dwl 924 Filbert. 
Ricardo Francisco, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Chester bet West 

Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Rice & Davis (Mass.), Patent Fire and Waterproof Roof Paint, T. 

R. Posey &, Co. agents, office 924 Broadway. 
Rice Charles H. (Bice & White), dwl W s Webster bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth. 
Rice Harry, agent J. Lusk & Co., dwl N s Evoy Av. bet Telegraph 

and San Pablo avs. 
Rice James, stableman A. W. May, dwl SE cor East Eleventh and 

Twelfth avs, E. O. 



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Rice Joseph, farmer, dwl S s "West Fourteenth, bet Linden and Filbert, 

w. o. 

Rice J. S., master mariner, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

RICE & WHITE (Charles H. Rice and James J. White), butchers, 

2-6 City Market. 
Richard Daniel, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Richards J. C, carpenter, dwl Alta House. 
Richards Nicholas, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet "West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Richardson Aaron S., carpenter, dwl 323 Ninth. 
Richardson George, laborer, dwl 362 Fifth. 
Richardson Horace Rev., local agent American Bible Society, dwl 

N s East Sixteenth bet Seventh and Eighth avs, E. O. 
Richardson J. B., carpenter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, "W. O. 
Richardson J. B., laborer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Richardson John M., dwl 564 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Richardson John W., plasterer, dwl 564 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Richardson Maria (widow), dwl 1015 Webster. 
Richardson Maria (widow), dressmaker, dwl 469 Fourth. 
Richardson Mary Mrs. (Leila Curtis & Co., S. F.J, dwl SW cor 

Seventh A v. and East Nineteenth, E. O. 
Richardson N, car repairer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Richardson Thomas, lumber dealer (S. F.), dwl SW cor Seventh Av. 

and East Nineteenth, E. O. 
Richmond E. (widow), dwl N s William nr Telegraph Av. 
Richmond William, printer, dwl N s William nr Telegraph Av. 
Richmond Thomas, carpenter, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Chestnut 

and Linden, W. O. 
Richon Nicholas, money broker (S. F.), dwl 204 Seventh. 
Richter William, clerk Walter Slate, dwl cor Fifth and Brush. 
Rickard Jesse, carpenter, dwl 912 Harrison. 

Rickard Michael (S. F.), dwl N s Chase bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 
Rickey D. B., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl SW cor 

Eighteenth and Brush. 
Ridar Charles A., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry. 
Rider Jacob, farm hand, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 
Rider Nathan, laborer, dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Ridge John, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Ridgeley Henry, milkman, dwl cor Magnolia and Thirtieth. 
Ridlon Mary A. (widow), seamstress, dwl E s Lewis bet West Third 

and West Fifth, W. O. 
Rier H., salesman E. D. Block & Co., dwl Washington bet Eighth 

and Ninth. 
Rieux Ernest, bookkeeper, dwl 728 Eighth. 
Rigil John, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Sixteenth bet 

Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 
Riley Edward, carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Riley James, trackman C. P. JL R., W. O. 



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Riley John, dwl N s East Fourteenth bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 

avs, E. 0. 
Riley John G., mining, dwl 960 West Fifth, W. O. 
Riley 0. L., carpenter, dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eighth and West 

Ninth, W. 0. 
Riley Patrick, foreman Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Riley Patrick, hog ranch, dwl cor Peralta and Twenty-sixth. 
Riley William, painter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Rince Frederick, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl West Oakland House, 

W. 0. 
Rincke John E., janitor County Court House, dwl 371 First. 
Ring Daniel, laborer, dwl 369 Third. 

Ringold David, driver Thomas & Anderson, dwl 419 Tenth. 
Rioten Adam, painter, dwl NW cor Pine and Seward, W. 0. 
Riotte Eugene N, mining engineer, dwl 654 Fifth. 
Rischmuller Diedrich, carpenter, dwl 1163 Eleventh Ay., E. 0. 
Rischmuller George, carpenter, dwl 1163 Eleventh Av., E. O. 
Riseney M. J., dwl E s Adeline bet West Twelfth and West Four- 
teenth, W. O. 
Riser George, tinsmith A. Gemmell, dwl Eland House. 
Risley E. W., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Risley P., machinist, dwl Seward bet Wood and Pine, W. 0. 
Risley Samuel, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 

Willow and Campbell, W. 0. 
Risley Thomas, printer, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and 

Willow, W. O. 
Ritchie James, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Rivers William, cook J. H. Oldham, dwl 464 Twelfth. 
Roach David, laborer, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Roach Edward, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Ninetenth nr Market. 
Roach Hannah (widow), laundress, dwl 418 Third. 
Roach John, laborer C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Roach Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. 0. 
Roach M. R. Miss, dressmaker, dwl 362 Ninth. 
Roach P., waterman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Roach Patrick, marble polisher Madden & Sheedy, dwl NE cor 

Twenty-seventh and West. 
Robb Bell Miss, dressmaker, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Robb N. T., mason, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 
Robbin J., mason, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 
ROBBLNS CHARLES F. (Blake, JR. & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl 

W s Telegraph Av. bet Caledonia Av. and Sycamore. 
Rob George, house painter J. E. How. 
Robe William (widow), dwl E s Alice cor Eighteenth. 
Roberts A. J., miner, dwl W s Market bet Ninth and Tenth. 
Roberts Charles, bank teller (S. F.), dwl SW cor Orchard and 

Webster. 
Roberts Edward, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet Atlantic 

and William, W. O. 



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Roberts Edward, mining engineer, dwl S s Twenty-second nr Tele- 
graph A v. 

Roberts Elisha M., dwl junction Broadway and Piedmont. 

Roberts George D., mining (S. F.), dwl 967 Alice. 

Roberts Henry, butcher G. W. Scribner, dwl 615 Tenth. 

Roberts John, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Seward bet Wood and 
Willow, W. 0. 

Roberts John W., mining engineer, dwl SW cor Durant and Webster. 

Roberts Joseph, real estate, dwl 967 Alice. 

Roberts Joseph Jr., mining, dwl 967 Alice. 

Roberts Oliver E., carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-seventh bet Grove 
and West. 

Roberts M., bricklayer, dwl W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth. 

Roberts Owen, clerk (S. F), dwl S s West Eighth bet Kirkham and 
Poplar, W. O. 

Roberts Stephen H., lace manufacturer (S. F), dwl 320 Third. 

Roberts Timothy, coachman, dwl W s Webster bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-first. 

Roberts William, tailor, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 

Robertson B., fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Robertson Daniel, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Atlantic and 
Pine, W. O. 

Robertson Edward T., butcher, dwl N s Fifteenth nr Market. 

Robertson Hubert A., clerk Strickland & Co., dwl j miction Broad- 
way and Webster. 

Robertson John, foreman weaving department Pacific Jute Manu- 
facturing Co., dwl 127 East Eleventh, E. O. 

Robertson John, stevedore, dwl S s Twenty-second nr West. 

Robertson John A., trader, dwl SW cor Merrimac and Webster. 

Robertson Leonard, laborer, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Robertson R., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Robins J. W., clerk (S. F), dwl 1ST s Taylor bet Pine and Wood, 
W. O. 

Robins M., dwl Union nr Twenty- sixth, W. O. 

Robins Madison, laborer, dwl 603 Franklin, rear. 

ROBINSON AARON, proprietor Carpet Beating Establishment, 
519 Second, dwl 523 Second. 

Robinson A. E., miller, dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighteenth and 
Twenty-first, W. O. 

Robinson Charles J., deputy city clerk and clerk Board Public Works, 
office 4 City Hall, dwl N s Fifteenth bet West and Market. 

Robinson C. K., dwl 562 Eleventh. 

Robinson D. T., miner, dwl 368 Third. 

Robinson E. C, bookkeeper Chappellet & Miner, dwl 911 Grove. 

Robinson Henry, plasterer, dwl W s Willow bet Chase and Taylor, 
W. O. " 

Robinson Horace, farm hand, dwl nr Oakland Trotting park. 

Robinson J. A., clerk Surveyor-general's office, dwl W s Fifteenth 
bet Clay and Jefferson. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



THE 




CAPITAL, - $1,000,000. 



President, 

P. S. WILCOX. 



Cashier, 

P. "W. GILL. 



Vice-President, 

T. B. BIGELOW. 



Board ot" Directors, 



P. S. WILCOX, 
T. B. BIGELOW, 
WALTER BLAIR, 
MICHAEL REESE, 
C. W. REID, 



THOS. TOLLAND, 
S. E. ALDEN, 
F. DELGF.R, 
Wm. E. MILLER. 



P. S. WILCOX, 



Wm. E. MILLER, 



Finance Committee, 
T. B. BIGELOW, 

Auditing Committee, 

C. W. REID, 



WALTER BLAIR. 



THOS. TOLLAND. 



Loans made, and a General Banking Business transacted in all its 
various branches. 

Savings Deposits received from one dollar up, and dividends made 
thereon twice a year — in January and July. 

Interest allowed from the first of the month following the date of 
deposit. 

No Entrance Fee or Charge for Bank Books. 

The Stockholders are liable to the depositors in this institution to 
the amount of One Million Dollars, affording a guarantee of absolute 
safety to depositors. 

Our own Exchange, in Gold or Currency, for sale on the Ninth 
National Bank, New York City. 

National Gold Bank and Trust Company of San Francisco, are our 
Correspondents. 



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OAKLAND Rl DIRECTORY. 329 

Robinson Jesse, physician, dwl 911 Grove. 

Robinson J. Clairbourne, salesman (S. F.), dwl 968 West Fifth, W. O. 

Robinson J. Grafton, oysterman N. Williams, dwl 470 Eighth bet 

Broadway and Washington. 
Robinson J. O., contractor and builder, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and 

Market. 
Robinson John F., stevedore (S. F.), dwl NE cor West Fifth and 

Chester, W. 0. 
Robinson Mary M., teacher, dwl N s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 
Robinson M. S. P. Mrs., teacher Lafayette Primary School. 
Robinson Robert J., carpenter, dwl NE cor Eighth and Washington. 
Robinson S., laborer, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Union. 
Robinson S. L., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Center and 

Kirkkam, W. O. 
Robinson Thomas, clerk, dwl S s Twelfth nr Market. 
Robinson William, engineer, dwl N s Railroad Av bet Cedar and 

Pine, W. O. 
Robinson William A., carpenter, dwl 35 Valley bet Twenty-third 

and Twenty-fourth. 
Robison William J., carpenter, 408 Thirteenth. 
Roccovich Luca, fruits and nuts, 968 Broadway. 
Roccovich Mateo, porter Ghirardelli & Petar, dwl 968 Broadway. 
Roche Bridget, housekeeper Q. A. Chase, dwl ISTE cor Division and 

Wood, W. O. 
Roche James A., clerk, dwl N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and Grove. 
Roche James R., dwl N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and Grove. 
Roche S., calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Rockmert Frederick, dwl NE cor West Third and Henry, W. O. 
Rockwell J. E., miller, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and Per- 

alta, W. O. 
Rockwell W. S., dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, W. O. 
Rode Christian (Kaese, R. & Co.), dwl 417 Tenth. 
Roderick J., laborer Taylor & Co., dwl S s West Third bet Henry 

and Chester, W. O. 
Roderick Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Rodgers Augustus F., assistant U. S. Coast Survey (S. F.), dwl 

Shell Mound Park Av., E. O. 
Rodgers E., watchman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Rodgers James, contractor, dwl 666 Fourth. 
Rodgers John, machine hand C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Rodney Samuel, carpenter, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Market and West. 
Rodolf S., farcn hand, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Chestnut. 
Rodolph Samuel F. (Rodolph & Co.), and physician, office and dwl 

SE cor Tenth and Clay. 
Rodolph Erwin G., clerk (S. F.), dwl SE cor Tenth and Clay. 
Rodolph Francis B. (Rodolph & Co.), dwl SE cor Tenth and Clay. 
RODOLPH & CO. (Francis B. Rodolph and Samuel F. Rodolph), 

booksellers and stationers, 1003 Broadway. 
Rodriguez Ignacio, dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth avs, E. O. 



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330 OAKLAND R. ] DIRECTORY. 

Rodriguez Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Roe George N, clerk, dwl E s Chestnut nr West Tenth, W. O. 
Roe William, foreman J. W. Pearson, dwl NE cor Taylor and Pine, 

W. O. 
Roe William, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Roediger F. A., candy factoiy, N s Taylor bet Wood and Willow, 

w. o. 

Roediger Herman, candymaker F. A. Roediger, dwl N s Taylor bet 
Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Roerig W. T., carpenter, dwl 805 Jefferson. 

Roff Henry L. (H. L. Roff & Co.), dwl S s Twenty-fourth bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph Av. 

ROFF H. L. & CO., agents Phoenix (fire) of Hartford; Home (fire) 
of New York ; Imperial (fire) of London ; Queen (fire) of Liver- 
pool, office 1004 Broadway. 

Roff John C, mate C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 

Rogel Frank, jeweler William Wilson, dwl 310 Third. 

Rogers Cornelius, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Rogers D. E\, dwl Chestnut bet West Twenty-fourth and West 
Twenty-sixth, W. O. 

Rodgers Edward, watchman C. P. R. R. Depot, E. O., dwl 1052 
Thirteenth Av., E. O. 

Rogers E. P., engineer, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Rogers F. A. Mrs., dwl 363 Tenth. 

Rogers Frank, engineer, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Rogers Henry, agent Samuel Merritt, dwl W s Jackson bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. 

Rogers James H, blacksmith, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Rogers J. Henry, pilot, dwl N s Seward bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Rogers John H., machinist, dwl N s Atlantic bet Pine and Cedar, 

w. o. 

Rogers John R., builder, dwl 566 Twelfth. 

Rogers Phillip, artesian well borer, dwl Evoy Av. bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs. 
Rogers Samuel N, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Chester bet West Ninth 

and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Rogers S. D., photographer, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Rogers William H., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s East Fifteenth bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs, E. O. 

Rogers William, porter C. P. R. R., dwl 563 Sixth. 

Rogers Zaccheus, physician, office and dwl 518 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Rogerson Henry, laborer, dwl Fourteenth nr West. 

Rohan Cornelius, grocer, SE cor Telegraph Av. and Twenty-third. 

Rohan H. G-., bootfitter, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 
W. O. 

Rogerson James C, clerk, dwl 406 Ninth. 

Rohrs Fritz E., dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth avs, E. O. 

Roland W. E., watchmaker W. Wilson, dwl cor Twenty-first and Curtis. 



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Roley John, fireman stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 

Rollins Collins, carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth nr Market. 

Rollins H. C, carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and "Wood, W. O. 

Rollins Marshal, laundryman Charles Partenscky, N s "West Twelfth 
bet Center and Kirkham, "W. O. 

Romaen "Wilson, cook A. & J. Marques, dwl 471 Ninth. 

Romer S., clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Kirkham bet "West Eighth and 
"West Ninth, "W. O. 

Romero Daniel, farm hand, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Ronger Christian, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet Goss 
and Short, W. O. 

Rooney Bridget Miss, domestic Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 "Washington. 

Rooney John, mason, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth. 

Rooney J. W., plumber, dwl Eland House. 

Root James, dwl N s Seventh nr Brush. 

Ropes Charles, clerk George S. Brown &■ Co., dwl NE cor Broad- 
way and Ninth. 

Rosa Henry, dwl Union bet "West Twenty-sixth and "West Twenty- 
eighth, W. O. 

Rosbank Edward, molder, dwl S s Eighteenth nr Market. 

Rose A. H, capitalist (S. F.), dwl 934 Myrtle. 

Rose Charlotte A. (widow), dwl 608 Fifth. 

Rose James, express wagon, cor Broadway and Twelfth, dwl N s 
Twenty-eighth nr San Pablo Av. 

Rose James "W., clerk C. R. Lewis & Co., dwl N s Twenty-eighth nr 
San Pablo Av. 

Roseberry James, miller (S. F.), dwl W s Campbell bet Taylor and 
Seward, W. O. 

Rosenberg Lasery, cigars and tobacco, 867 Broadway, dwl NE cor 
Tenth and "Webster. 

Rosenberg Morris, merchant tailor and clothing, cigars and tobacco, 
N"W cor Broadway and Eighth, dwl 1002 Webster. 

Rosenberg Nathan, cigars and tobacco, 909 Broadway, dwl E s Tele- 
graph Av., bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 

Rosenk Gustave, physician, office and dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Rosenthal Louis, clerk, dwl 409 Ninth. 

Rosette Edward T., carpenter, dwl N s "West Sixteenth bet Cypress 
and Kirkham, "W. O. 

Ross A, carpenter C. P. R. R., "W. O. 

Ross A. J., policeman City Hall, dwl 370 Fifth. 

Ross Francis, dwl S s West Fifth bet Filbert and Myrtle, W. O. 

Ross H, plasterer, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and Peralta, 

w. o. 

Ross John, house and sign painter, 470 Third. 

Ross John C, captain stm Louise C. P. R. R., dwl SE cor Fifteenth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Ross John W., painter (S. F.), dwl W s Lewis bet West Third and 

West Fifth, W. O. 
Rosser F. E., stonecutter, dwl Es Linden nrWest Twenty-eighth, W. O. 



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Rossini Charles J., furniture, S s Railroad Av. bet Wood and Pine, 

w. o. 

Roundey John L., bridge tender, dwl 503 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Roundey John L. Jr., messenger Steere & Colby, dwl 421 East 

Twelfth, E. O. 
Rouse William H., commission merchant (S. F.), dwl 814 Filbert, 

W. O. 
Rousseau Eugene (widow), dwl 476 Third. 
Rowe John, Gem Saloon, N s Railroad Av., bet Pine and Wood, 

dwl S s William bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Rowe M., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Rowe P. E., restaurant, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Rowe Richard D., carpenter, dwl 611 Clay. 
Rowe W. H., plumber, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Rowe William, carpenter, dwl N" s Taylor bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 
ROWELL WILLIAM K., real estate agent and school director, 

office 900 Broadway, dwl N s Merrimac Place bet Telegraph 

Av. and Broadway. 
Rowland Charles A., bricklayer, dwl 570 Sixth. 
Rowland Edward, carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward, 

w. o. 

Rowland William, bricklayer, dwl cor Twenty-first and Curtis. 
Rowland William E., watchmaker, dwl cor Twenty-first and Ciirtis. 
Rowland W. T., cai'penter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Rowley Frank, helper Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Rowley John M., carpenter (S. F.), dwl NE cor West Third and 

Myrtle, W. O. 
Roxburgh John, baggageman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Royan Thomas, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Rubert Charles C, plumber, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Rubert D. H., carpenter, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Ruddick William, bootmaker D. J. Outram, dwl Franklin bet, Tenth 

and Eleventh. 
Rued John C. ( Grist & R.), dwl SE cor Twenty-first Av. and East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
Ruis Bernard, dwl 407 Fourth. 
Ruis John, laborer, dwl 407 Fourth. 
Ruiz Joseph, laborer, dwl W s Grove nr Twenty-eighth. 
Rulofson William H. (Bradley & R, S. F.J, dwl SW cor Twelfth 

and Market. 

Rundlebougk , carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Runger Christian, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Runig Jose Joaquin, laborer, dwl SW cor Twenty-eighth and Grove. 

Runyon Frederick M., clerk C. P. R. R,, dwl 1031 Filbert. 

Rush Samuel, farm hand P. H. Cordes, cor San Pablo and Park avs. 

Rushmore William, dwl 756 Brush. 

Rushton Joseph, clerk, dwl cor Market and Twenty-second. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S— Oakland Peed Store, 416 Ninth near Broadway— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND *R] DIRECTORY. 333 

Russ John, collector Evening Tribune, dwl cor Grove and Thirteenth. 
Russell Edward, helper, dwl "West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, w. o. 

Russell E. K., painter, dwl N s Fifteenth nr Grove. 

Russell George N., clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 
W. 0. 

Russell House, William R. Bentley proprietor, 1113 Broadway. 

Russell John C, civil engineer, office 456 Eighth, dwl 617 Ninth. 

Russell Joseph E., yardman C. P. R. R., dwl E s Short bet Cedar 
and Bay, W. O. 

Russell Louis, washer Newland & Pumyea, dwl 462 Seventh. 

Russell Robert, farmer, N s East Twenty-fourth nr Moraga Valley 
Road, E. O. 

Russell William H., cooper, dwl S s Twenty-fourth bet Broadway 
and Telegraph Av. 

Russer Frederick, saddler, dwl Sixteenth nr Chestnut. 

Ruth John, Ten Cent Parcel Express, 952 Broadway, dwl 271 Ninth. 

RUTHERFORD CHARLES B., paints, oils, and glass, and house 
and sign painter, 1016 Broadway, dwl E s Franklin bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth. 

Rutherford Frank, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second. 

Rutherford Frank A., painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl E s Frank- 
lin bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Rutherford John S., lumber merchant, dwl N s Fourteenth nr 
Market. 

Rutherford Thomas W., carpenter, dwl SWcor Eleventh and Wash- 
ington. 

Rutler Jacob, iron worker Bullock & Schuler, dwl Seward bet Wood 
and Pine, W. O. 

Ryan James, laborer, dwl S s East Fourteenth nr Twenty-second 
Av., E. 0. 

Ryan James, tailor, dwl 517 Fourth. 

Ryan John, hostler, dwl 818 Twelfth. 

Ryan John, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., dwl NW cor First 
and Webster. 

Ryan Mark, gardener James De Fremery, dwl W s Adeline bet 
West Eighteenth and West Twentieth, W. O. 

Ryan Martin, horseshoer and blacksmith, 862 Washington, dwl 362 
First. 

Ryan Michael, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

RYAN MICHAEL J., liquor dealer and agent Hibernia Brewery,, 
S. F., 468 Seventh, dwl 520 Sixth. 

Ryan P. R., merchant (S. F.), dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Ryan Richard, blacksmith M. Ryan, dwl 862 Washington. 

Ryan Thomas, carriage painter M. W. Allen, dwl 518 Second. 

Ryder Alfred, dwl W s Eleventh Av. bet East Fifteenth and East 
Sixteenth, E. O. 

Ryder Andrew, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl W s Peralta bet Lincoln 
and Seward, W. O! 

Ryder Francis Ellen Miss, dwl W s Peraltabet Lincoln and Seward, W. O. 



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NOW READY TO SUPPLY THE TRADE AND PUBLIC 
WITH THE BEST BRANDS OF 

O. K. FLOUR. 

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MEAL AID FEED 

Of all descriptions kept constantly on hand. Farmers can have their milling done at 

short notice. I have started my new mill, with a capacity of 250 barrels of 

flour and 50 tons of barley per day. The flour has been fully tested 

before milled, and gives general satisfaction. Having 

every facility to do the best kind of 

work, I guarantee that the 



Will be served from my mill, and that it will be in accordance with the brand 
marked on each bag, O. K. 
. All orders promptly and faithfully attended to. The patronage of the 
trade and public solicited. 

JACOB SAMM. 



AND 

Rubber Stamp Manufactory, 

Truworthy's Patent Printing Roller, 

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F . M. TRU WORTHY, 318 Front St. 

Wishes to inform his customers and the public that in connection with his Stencil 
Plato Manufactory, he has lately established a RUBBER STAMP and RUBBER 
PRINTING WHEEL, Manufactory. 

With increased facilities for the manufacture of Stencil Plates, Rubber Stamps, 
Printing Wheels, Burning Brands, Stamps and Plates for marking Linen, etc. 

He is prepared to execute orders with neatness and dispatch, and in a superior 
manner to any other establishment on the Pacific Coast. 

Merchants and others are invited to call and examine specimens in proof of the 
above assertion. 

Orders by mail promptly attended to. Parties sending orders by letter, «re partic- 
larly requested to write plainly, and give the exact space they wish the letters to occupy. 

Stencil Brushes, Ink and Marking Pots for Sale. 



ALSO INK FOR RUBBER STAMPS. 



F. M. 



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TRUWORTHY, 318 Front Street 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



Oil-cake meal and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street near Bdwy. 



OAKLAND [SI DIRECTORY. 335 

Ryhiner Adolph, dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Seventeenth. 

Ryhiner Theodore, clerk Bowen Bros., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr 

Seventeenth. 
Rynders Delia (widow), dwl 1009 Tenth Av. } E. 0. 
Byno M. de L., laundry, dwl 419 Second. 



s. 

Sackett Buel R., dwl E s Brash cor Twentieth. 

Sackman John, blacksmith Kittredge & Harrison, dwl E s Telegraph 

Av. bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. 
Sacks Michael, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Curtis. 
Saddler John, brakeman C. P. B. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Sadlar Rackael (widow), laundry, 625 Tenth. 
Sadler Caleb, furniture, dwl S s Ninth bet Castro and Grove. 
Sagar George H., purser stni Kalorama, dwl 562 Sixth. 
Sagehom William T., flour, hay, and grain, 469-473 Sixth. 
Salinger Albert, salesman Mellis & Lippman, dwl 661 Ninth. 
Sally Daniel, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 
Salsig Ami B., butcher Phillips &, Chandler, dwl SE cor Twentieth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Salter James, watchman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Cedar bet Goss and 

Short, W. O. 
Salter N. A. (widow), dwl 118 Eleventh. 
Salvage M., mining, dwl W s Filbert bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Salzer Henrietta Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 420 Twelfth. 
SAMMS JACOB, proprietor Samms' Flouring Mills, SW cor First 

and Clay, dwl 605 Sixth. 
Sampson Simon, ship carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar 

and Pine, W. O. 
Samson Leon, salesman Ghirardelli & Petar, dwl 607 Sixth. 
Samuel H., tailor, dwl 859 Sixth. 

Samuels Jacob, glazier Barnes & Taylor, res San Francisco. 
Samuels John L., bookkeeper Chappellet &, Miner, res San Francisco. 
Samuels S., carpenter, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-eighth and Tliirtieth. 
Samuels Samuel, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s William bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 
Sanborn Henry M., clerk James Hutchison, dwl cor Telegraph A v. 

and Bay Place. 
Sanborn Theodore C, stockbroker (S. F.), dwl W s Adeline nr West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Sanchez Robert, wagonmaker, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Sanders C, carpenter, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 

Tenth, W. O. 
Sanders James H., upholsterer E. Hook, dwl W s Grove bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth. 
Sanders John, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl Temescal. 



Rich goods suitable for presents at STRICKLAND & CO.'S store. 



E. W. WOOOTARD & CO., 958 Broadway, Oakland Heal Estate. 



336 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sanders John, sign painter J. E. How, dwl 420 First. 

Sanders Michael, miller, dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighteenth and 

West Twenty-first, W. O. 
Sanderson Gabriel, driver Chappellet & Miner, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Sanderson Hans, blacksmith Ives, Scoville & Co., dwl S s Seward nr 

Clay. 
Sanderson Jeremiah B. Mrs. (widow), dwl S s Railroad Av. bet 

Henry and Chester, W. O. 
Sanderson Robert, helper Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Sands George H, driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, dwl Franklin nr 

Durant. 
Sanford Edmund P. (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.), dwl 1061 Clay. 
Sanford Frank, laborer Taylor & Co., dwl E s Castro bet Third and 

Fourth. 
SANFORD, KELSEY & CO. (Edmund P. Sanford, Noah Kelsey, 

and George B. Flint), druggists and apothecaries, SW cor Broad- 
way and Tenth. 
Sanford O. N, tinsmith James Dalziel, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Sanford William, laborer Taylor &, Co., dwl E s Castro bet Third and 

Fourth. 
Sanger E., blacksmith, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Market and West. 
Sanger John, laborer, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Santini John, brakeman local train C. P. R. R., dwl 1071 Thirteenth 

Av., E. 0. 
Santos George, druggist, dwl S s Brown nr Telegraph Av. 
Santos Mary A. (widow), dwl S s Brown nr Telegraph A v. 
Sargeant Timothy, dwl NE cor Eighth and Harrison. 
Sargent Eps, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Sarpey Thomas, teamster W. Lamb, dwl Ws Adeline nr Thirty-fourth. 
Sarpy John 0., bookkeeper Sarpy & Barstow, dwl 460 Third. 
Sarpy Oscar (Sarpy <t Barstow), dwl 460 Third. 
SARPY & BARSTOW (Oscar Sarjiy and Anson. Barstow), flour, 

hay, grain, and feed, 423 and 425 Eleventh. 
SATHER PEDER (Sather & Co., S. F.), banker, dwl N s Twelfth 

bet Grove and Castro. 
Satterlee George A., clerk, dwl 503 Eleventh. 
Saufley Robert C, clerk, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Saufley W. B., law student, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

W. O. 
Saul Peter, stableman Asa Swett, dwl N s East Eighteenth bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth avs. E. O. 
Saulbry James, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Saulpaugh J. E., fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Saunders N., mariner, dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Saunders Sidney, attorney at law, dwl 462 Twelfth. 
Sauvain August, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl SW cor West Ninth and 

Krrkham, W. O. 
Savoy M., laborer C. P. R. R, dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, W. O. 



J. S. G. GORDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S— Oregon oats and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 337 

Sawyer S. N., carpenter, chvl Mansion House, E. O. 

Sayer Edward J., liquors, NW cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph Av. 

Sayers James, laborer, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Sayles Charles, painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl San Pablo Av. 
bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

Saxe E. A., machine hand Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Scanton Ann (widow), groceries, W s Market bet West Third and 
West Fifth, W. O. 

Scanlon James, laborer, dwl 415 Seventh. 

Scanlon Michael, laborer, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Scanlon Michael, stage driver J. C. Trescott, res San Pablo. 

Schafer Peter, carpenter, dwl 414 First. 

Schatfer Albert P., merchant, dwl 812 Harrison. 

SCHAFFER LOUIS, butcher, 819 Broadway, dwl 555 Sixth. 

Schaffner Frederick, proprietors Mechanics' Home, 403 Ninth. 

Schardan P. J., miner, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Schaub Theodore, clerk Mrs. Margaret Smith, dwl 477 Eighth. 

Schauber Frederick, foundryman (S. F.), dwl S s Sixth bet Grove 
and Castro. 

Scheinstem Bertha Miss, Cook Joseph Kolb, dwl N s Railroad Av. 
nr Adeline, W. 0. 

Shellhaas Henry (Wllbert & S.), dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Schieffer Christian H, leather cutter (S. F.), dwl E s Chesnut bet 
West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Schielke Herman, cabinetmaker Schreiber & Meyer. 

Schimmelpfennig Frederick, dry goods, 762 East Twelfth, dwl 758 East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Schimmelpfennig Frederick Jr., stoves, tinware, plumbing and gas- 
fitting, 773 East Twelfth, dwl 758 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Schlegelmilch Stephen, machinist C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Schleter Daniel, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Schley Charles, restaurant, 768 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Schlotzhauer Paul, groceries and liquors, cor Eighth and Washington. 

Schluter D., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Schmeisser William, waiter Haugsted & Peterson, dwl 851 Franklin. 

Schmidt Albert, merchant, dwl 753 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Schmidt Frederick, artist, dwl 801 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Schmidt Frederick, liquor saloon, 705 Third, dwl SW cor Third and 
Jackson. 

Schmidt Frederick J., moulder Blethen & Terry, dwl SW cor Third 
and Jackson. 

Schmidt R., clerk William T. Sagehorn, dwl cor Third and Wash- 
ington. 

Schmitt Charles (Journal Company), res Sacramento City. 

SCHNEIDER A. J., basketmaker, 962 Broadway, dwl 964 Broad- 
way. 

Schneider Conrad, proprietor Union Hotel, N"E cor East Twelfth 
and Thirteenth Av., E. O. 



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338 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Schneider Frederick, blacksmith Sohst Bros., dwl 838 Broadway. 
Schneider Frederick, carpenter, 1073 Fourteenth Av., E. O. 
Schneider Frederick A., doormaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 1073 

Commerce. 
Schneider John, carpenter, dwl E s Seventh Av. bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Schneider Louis, tailor, 380 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Schneiderweine Louisa, waitress Union Hotel, E. O. 
Schneiderweine Sophie Mrs., chambermaid Union Hotel, E. O. 
Schnell Frederick, hairdressing saloon, 777 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Schofield , barkeeper J. J. Hanifin, dwl 460 Twelfth. 

Schofield , law student, dwl 462 Twelfth. 

Schall A. E., clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Schosson John, meterman Contra Costa "Water Co. 

Schrader Adolph, painter, dwl S s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 

Schreck Albert, druggist (S. F.), dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Seven- 
teenth. 

Schreiber Christian, furniture, dwl E s Linden bet West Twelfth 
and West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Schreiber Frederick (widow), dwl S s Atlantic bet Wood and Pine, 

w. o. 

Schreiber Jacob Jr. , bookkeeper Schreiber & Meyer, dwl Willow bet 

Williams and Atlantic, W. O. 
Schreiber Louis, upholsterer, dwl 412 First. 
Schreiber Philip (/Schreiber & Meyer), dwl E s Wood nr Atlantic, 

W. 0. 
SCHREIBER & MEYER (Philip Schreiber and J. W. Meyer), 

furniture and bedding, 1064 and 1066 Broadway. 
Schreider Christian, candy manufacturer (S. F.), dwl NW cor Lin- 
coln and Willow, W. O. 
Schroeder A. F., correspondent (S. F.), dwl E s Chester bet West 

Ninth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Schroeder Christian, painter, 834 Broadway. 
Schubert Paul, hairdresser E. Mosca, dwl S s Seventh bet Market 

and Brush. 
Schuler August, carriage trimmer, dwl S s Lincoln bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Schuler Ennis (Bullock & S.), dwl N s Seward bet Wood and Pine, 

w. o. 

Schuller A., dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Plymouth Av. 

Schulte G., dwl E s Fifth Av. bet East Tenth and East Eleventh. 

E. O. 
Schultz C. S., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Schultz F. A., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kirkham, 

W. 0. 
Schultz H., carpenter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Schultz J., butcher, 468 Eighth. 
Schultz William, dwl SW cor Ninth Av. and East Seventeenth, E. O. 



NAPA SODA is recommended by physicians as healthful drinking. 



0. P. S.— Whole barley and corn, 416 Ninth St. near Bdwy— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [SI DIRECTORY. 339 

Schultz George, bootmaker J. Green, dwl cor Eleventh and Franklin. 
Scliunck Henry N., artificial stone works, dwl NAV cor Cedar and 

Eighth, W. O. 
SCHUNHOFF BERNHARD F., druggist, 460 Seventh. 
Schuster D. A., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Schuster H., mill hand, dwl 701 Washington. 
Schutt A. M. (Journal Company), business manager Oakland Journal, 

oifice 911 Broadway, dwl 520 Ninth. 
Schutt Alonzo, butcher, 465 Ninth, dwl San Pablo Av., 3J miles 

from City Hall. 
Schwab Charles, clerk Jacob Greenhood, dwl 567 Seventh. 
Schwab Peter, machinist C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Schwagerman Frederick, groceries and confectionery, 963 Franklin. 
Sckwarting Frederick, dwl 366 Ninth. 
Schwartz , watchman Brooklyn Station C. P. R. R., dwl 782 

East Twelfth, E. O. 
Schwartz Nicholas J., iron moulder, dwl 1008 West Third, W. O. 
Schwartz William, engraver, dwl 569 Eighth. 
Schwaub Herman, farmer, dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighteenth 

and West Twentieth, W. O. 
Schwitter John, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl Seventh bet Broadway 

and Franklin. 
Schworb Peter, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet Atlantic 

and William, W. O. 
Scotchler J. B. (widow), dwl 228 Ninth. 
Scotchler J. L., clerk, dwl 228 Ninth. 
Scotchler John J. (Scotchler & Gibbs, S. F.), merchant, dwl E s 

Linden bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Scott Adam, trainer, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 
Scott A. K., molder, dwl N s Eighteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, AV. O. 
Scott Alexander G., clerk W. B. McKeand, dwl Eastern Hotel, E. O. 
Scott B., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay and Cedar, W. O. 
Scott Benjamin C, paper carrier, dwl SE cor Twelfth A v. and 

Nineteenth, E. O. 
Scott Christian, laundryman Charles Partenscky, dwl N s West 

Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, AV. O. 
Scott Frank, clerk (S. F.), dwl AV s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, 

W. 0. 
Scott George, carpenter, dwl 859 Clay, rear. 
Scott J. F., carpenter, dwl E s Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Scott John, carpenter, dwl AVest Fifteenth bet Cypress and Center, 

w. o. 

SCOTT JOHN, contractor and builder, dwl W s Poplar bet West 

Eighth and AVest Tenth, W. O. 
Scott John, farmer, dwl Chestnut bet Thirty-second and Thirty-fourth. 
Scott J. W. Mrs., dwl AVest Fifteenth bet Cypress and Center, W. O. 
Scott Julia Mrs., midwife, dwl 564 Seventh. 

Scott Richard, dressmaker, NE cor AVest Eighth and Willow, W. O. 
Scott Sallie B. Mrs. , dwl SE cor Twelfth Av. and East Nineteenth, E. O. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Broadway, bargains in real estate. 



340 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

IVES SCOVILLE & CO. 

OAKLAND IRON WORKS! 

511 Second Street, bet. Clay and Washington. 

STEAM ENGINES, THRESHING MACHINES, 

PUMPS, WIND-MILLS, 

And all kinds of Machinery Repaired at Short Notice. 

PATTERS & MODEL MAKOTG. 

We also manufacture the celebrated Climax Side-hill Plow, all steel and wrought iron 
For lightness, strength and durability, it excels all others. 



The Proprietors having had a long experience in gotting up new Machinery, are pre- 
pared to assist inventors in perfecting plans and Machines in a 
confidential manner, and at reasonable rates. 



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SOHST BROTHERS, Proprietors. 

The undersigned having removed to the new building-, are now prepared to do all kinds 
of work in their line, in a satisfactory and workmanlike manner. Carriages and Wagons 
made and repaired. Painting and Trimming in all its branches. Special care given to 
Horse-shoeing. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 

Chauncey Taylor. Wm. C. Little. 

TAYLOR & CO. 

DEALERS IN LUMBER 

And all Kinds of Building Material, 

Foot of Washington Street, 



J. S. G. GOEDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ice. 469 Ninth St. 



0. F. S.— "Wheat and cracked corn, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 341 

Scott W., laborer, dwl Myrtle nr Twenty-seventh. 

Scott Walter, messenger Atlantic and Pacific Co., C. P. R. R. Depot, 

dwl Poplar bet West Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 
Scott Walter, painter, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 
Scott William, bricklayer, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Scott William, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Scott William, painter, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Scott William J., carpenter California Bridge it Building Co. 
Scoville Ives (Ives Scoville <£• Co.), dwl N s Atlantic bet Pine and 

Cedar, W. O. 
SCOVILLE IVES & CO. (Edgar A. Hersey), proprietors Oakland 

Iron Works, 511 Second nr Washington. 
SCRIBNER GEORGE W., butcher, 8 and 10 City Market, dwl 

161 Third. 
Scribner Walter B., butcher George W. Scribner, dwl 161 Third. 
Scully John, gardener James T. Stratton, dwl 460 East Twelfth, E. 0. 
Scully Patrick, dwl 619 Sixth. 
Scully William, blacksmith, dwl 1001 Franklin. 
Seal Alfred H., ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor Seward and 

Wood, W. O. 
Seaman Edward, dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth. 
SEARING WILLIAM S., wines and liquors, 849 Broadway cor 

Seventh, dwl SE cor Ninth and Clay. 
Searles Fernando, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Eighth bet Kirkham and 

Poplar, W. O. 
Sears Herman B., dwl N s Seventeenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Sears John, waiter Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 
Sears Martin, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Sears Obediah B., master mariner, dwl 520 East Fourteenth, 

E. O. 
Sears William, teamster Taylor & Co., dwl W s Myrtle bet Third 

and Fifth. 
Seavy Betsy Miss, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Clay and San Pablo Av. 
Sea well Benjamin, traveling agent, dwl E s Kirkham bet West Ninth, 

and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Sedgley Abner, treasurer R. J. Kohler, Smelting and Refining Works 

(S. F.), dwl 414 Fourteenth. 
Seeber William, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Seeger Frederick, butcher, dwl NE cor Thirteenth Av. and East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
Seeglitz August, hairdresser Frederick AV. Seeglitz, dwl 571 Seventh. 
Seeglitz Frederick W., hah-dresser, 867 Broadway, dwl 571 Seventh. 
Segwald Peter, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Seibt Augustus, helper King & Williams, dwl 738 Linden, W. O. 
Seiler Jacob, laborer, dwl W s Grove bet Nineteenth and Twentieth. 
Seillev Scott F., clerk Steere & Colby, dwl SE cor Thirteenth Av. 

and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Seitz Jacob, wagonmaker Henry Hollis. 
Selby William, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 



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342 OAKLAND [3] DIRECTORY. 

Selfridge James M., physician and surgeon, office 1068 Broadway, 
dwl 760 Fourteenth. 

Selkirk Alfred, salesman, dwl N s Ninth bet Center and Chester, W. O. 

Selna Angelo (Camilloni & Co.), dwl 516 Eighth. 

Selna Leopold, liquor saloon and cigars and tobacco, SE cor Broad- 
way and Eleventh, dwl 516 Eighth. 

Selser M., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

SEMI-TROPICAL PRESS, George W. Barter editor and proprietor, 
office N s Railroad Av. bet Wood and Willow, dwl Grand West- 
ern Hotel, W. O. 

SENRAM F. &, CO. (Frederick Senram and Henry Hauschildt), 
boots and shoes, 963 Broadway. 

Senram Frederick (F. Senram & Co.), dwl 317 Eleventh. 

Senter F. G, conductor C. P. R, R., W. O. 

Serda Laurence Rev., curate Church of the Immaculate Conception, 
dwl 680 Seventh. 

SESSIONS BLOCK, SE cor Broadway and Tenth. 

Sessions Edward C. (E. C. Sessions & Co.), dwl NW cor Market and 
Eighth. 

Sessions Josiah, farmer, dwl SE cor Seventh Av. and East Nine- 
teenth, E. O. 

Sessions John W., notary public, office 460 Eighth, dwl 709 Tenth. 

SESSIONS E. C. & CO., real estate auctioneers, office 460-462 
Eighth. 

Seventh Day Advent Hall, SW cor Twelfth and Broadway. 

Sewell George, painter, dwl NE cor West Fifth and Henry, W. O. 

Seweloh Theodore L., sodaman James I. Bliven & Co., dwl 408 
Thirteenth. 

Sexton H. P. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res San Francisco. 

Sexton Mary (widow), dwl S s Eighteenth bet Telegraph and San 
Pablo Av. 

Sexton O. L., carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 

Seymour Charles, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. ' 

Seymour Martin, bronzer Robert Dalziel, dwl Clay bet Sixth and 
Seventh. 

Shackelford E. B., ship carpenter, dwl S s West Ninth bet Chester 
and Peralta, W. O. 

Shackelton L. B., waiter A. Campbell, dwl 419 Ninth. 

Shaddock Edward, ink manufacturer (S. F.), dwl E s Adeline bet 
West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Shaffer Catherine (widow), dwl N s West Third bet Center and 
Chester, W. O. 

Shaffer P., carpenter, dwl E s Willow bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 

Shafford M. E., carpenter, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Shakespear David (Shakespear & Walter), dwl Franklin bet Tenth 
and Eleventh. 

SHAKESPEAR & WALTER (David Shakespear and W. A. Wal- 
ter), wood and coal, 413 Eleventh. 

Shanklan Louis, waiter, dwl 409 Ninth. 



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OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 343 

Slianklin James W., attorney at law (S. F.), and member City Coun- 
cil, dwl 1009 Madison. 

Slianley William, driver Chappellet & Miner, dwl 855 Franklin. 

Shannon William (Shannon & Brown), dwl 420 Fifth. 

Shannon & Brown (William Shannon and James Brown), livery 
stables, 806 Broadway. 

Sharkey Patrick, foreman Oakland Lumber Yard, res Temescal. 

Sharp Alice K. (widow), furnished rooms, 424 Twelfth. 

Sharp Charles N"., carpenter, dwl S s West Third bet Filbert and 
Myrtle, W. O. 

Sharp John, painter, dwl 215 Twelfth. 

Shattuck Francis K. (Shattuck & Hillegass), res Berkeley. 

SHATTUCK & HILLEGASS (Francis K. Shattuck and William 
Hillegass ), livery stables, S s Eighth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington. 

SHATTUCK & HILLEGASS' BUILDING, W s Broadway bet 
Seventh and Eighth. 

Shaughnessy M., trackman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Shavlin Thomas, laborer, dwl 570 Fifth. 

Shaw B. C, carpenter, dwl E s Chestnut nr Twenty-eighth. 

Shaw James, engineer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl SW cor Twenty- 
first Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Shaw John, carpenter, dwl SW cor West Fifth and Myrtle, W. O. 

Shaw William, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel, W. O. 

Shaw W. J., clerk, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and Union, 

w. o. 

Shay John, carpenter, dwl N s West Sixteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Shay Mary Miss, domestic Russell House. 
Shay Thomas, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Shea Daniel, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Shea James, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Shea John, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Shear H. L., laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 
Shearer Albert N"., refiner, dwl N s Eighteenth bet Castro and Brush. 
Shearer Lewis, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl N s Eighteenth bet Castro 

and Brush. 
Shearer Sextus, attorney at law, office 924 Broadway. 
Sheedy John (Madden & S.), dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Sheehan John, driver O., B., and F. V. R. R., dwl 669 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Sheehan John, machinist, dwl cor Tenth and Franklin. 
Sheehan Michael, laborer Chappellet & Miner, dwl NE cor Thirteenth 

Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Sheehan P., laborer, dwl N s West Sixteenth nr Chestnut, W. O. 
Sheehan P. R., painter, dwl 461 Tenth. 
Sheehan Timothy, porter (S. F.), dwl S s West Fifth bet Henry and 

Chester, W. O. 
Sheldon E. J., mason, dwl E s Wood bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 



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Sheldon George, carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Market. 
Sheldon James T., physician, dwl 1014 Webster. 
Sheldon Thomas H., marblecutter, dwl E s Linden nr Twenty-eighth. 
Shenner Herman, physician, dwl S s Seventh cor Webster. 
Shepard J. L. N. (Judson & S., S. F.), dwl W s San Pablo Av. nr 

Temescal Bridge. 
Shepard S. W., attorney at law, dwl SE cor Clay and Sixth. 
Shepardson Clark, dwl NE cor Tenth and Grove. 
Shepherd John, dwl NE cor Seventeenth and Grove. 
Shepherd Sarah Miss, seamstress, dwl 475 Ninth. 
Shepherd Thomas Jr., driver James Larue, dwl Moraga Valley Road 

nr Lynn, E. O. 
Shepherd William, dairy, Moraga Valley Road nr Lynn, E. O. 
Shepman William E., silverplater (S. F.), dwl N s West Twelfth nr 

Campbell, W. O. 
SHERIFF COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, Henry N. Morse, office 

County Court House. 
SHERMAN GEORGE E., physician and surgeon, and health officer 

City of Oakland, office 1055 Broadway, dwl N s Tenth bet Clay 

and Jefferson. 
Sherman Joseph, laborer, dwl Chestnut nr Twenty-eighth. 
Shermon Julia E. Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School. 
Sherman Philip, house mover, dwl W s West nr cor Twenty-first. 
SHERMAN WILLIAM (William Sherman & Co., S. F.), and IT. S. 

assistant treasurer, dwl 620 Fourteenth. 
Sherow George W., waiter Richard Watts, NE cor Railroad Av. 

and Bay, W. O. 
Sherrott Edward, boots and shoes, furnishing goods, etc., 461 Sixth. 
Sherry John, roadman Oakland Railroad Co. 
Sherwin Thomas, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 763 Eighth. 
Shew L. J., dwl S s Eleventh nr Brush. 
Shields James, printer, dwl 971 Washington. 

Shields Marian Mrs., dressmaker, dwl cor Tenth and Washington. 
Shiels Daniel, stonecutter, dwl S s West Eighth bet Adeline and 

Union, W. O. 
Shilken Herman, carpenter, dwl 866 Broadway. 
Shinier Curtis, carpenter C. P. R, R,, W. O. 

Sliirley William D, dwl SE cor East Eleventh and Ninth Av., E. O. 
Shoers John, carpet layer, dwl Sycamore nr San Pablo Road. 
Shorey Albert, policeman City Hall, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Clay 

and Jefferson. 
Shorkley Allen, bookkeeper James Dalziel, dwl S s Eighteenth bet 

Brush and West. 
Shorkley H. B. Mrs., teacher Irving Grammar School, dwl S s Eight- 
eenth, bet Brush and West. 
Short E. J., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Short John A., carpenter, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth avs, E. O. 
Short Stephen, carpenter, dwl N s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 



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OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 345 

Short Thomas, gardener, dwl W s Myrtle bet "West First and "West 
Third, W. O. 

Shuey John, farmer, S s Huff Av. nr Sausal Creek. 

Shuey Martin, farmer, S s Huff Av. nr Sausal Creek. 

Sidden James S., doormaker Blethen & Terry, dwl 167 Third. 

Siesbuttel Daniel, gun and locksmith, 417 Ninth. 

Siegvalds Peter, carpenter C. P. P. P., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

SIGNS OF THE TIMES, Pacific Seventh Day Adventist Publish- 
ing Association, office Castro bet Eleventh and Twelfth. 

Silberberg L., salesman Jacob Letter, dwl 1019 Clay. 

Sillierberg S. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 691 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Silberberg Solomon, peddler, dwl 6 9 1" East Twelfth, E. O. 

Silsbee Seth, bookkeeper, dwl S s Logan "W of Telegraph Av. 

Silva Frank, deckhand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Silva Frank, hairdressing and bath house, 627 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Silva Joseph, cook August Mathews, res San Francisco. 

Silva Manuel, laborer, dwl 804 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Silva Manuel S., laborer Blethen & Terry, dwl 654 Jackson. 

Silva Matthew, laborer, dwl SW 7 cor Fourteenth Av. and East Sev- 
enteenth, E. O. 

Silvas Maximilian, laborer, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Silvey W., laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Simmons A. J., mining, dwl "W s Telegraph Av. nr Seventeenth. 

Simmons B. L., clerk, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and Filbert, 

w. o. 

Simmons Conrad, carpenter, dwl N s Seward bet Wood and Willow, 

W. 0. 
Simmons Harvey B., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet West 

Fifth and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Simmons James E., clerk, dwl 277 Second. 
Simmons Mandeville G., painter, dwl E s Twenty -first bet Broadway 

and Telegraph Ay. 
Simmons Matthew, foreman Taylor & Co., dwl 652 Harrison. 
Simmons Orrin, surveyor, dwl 277 Second. 
Simmons Simon, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Simon Julius (Altschirf, Simon & Co.), res San Francisco. 
Simon N., bootfitter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirkhamand Poplar, 

w. o. 

Simon Philip, baker Philip Umlauff & Co., dwl 707 Broadway. 
Simonds George, gardener, dwl S s West Third bet Myrtle and 

Market, W. O. 
Simons , farmer, dwl W s Adeline bet West Twelfth and West 

Fourteenth, W. O. 
Simons Edward, machinist, dwl Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 
Simonton Simon, painter, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Simpson Alexander, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Simpson Charles, mason, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 
Simpson David, laborer, dwl Fourteenth nr West. 



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346 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Simpson J. H., grocer, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Simpson John, carpenter, dwl 762 Fifth. 

Simpson John Henry, expressman, dwl 416 First. 

Simpson Joseph C, journalist, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Simpson Peter, carpenter, dwl N s Fourteenth nr "West. 

Simpson R. F., contractor, dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Simpson Thomas, shoemaker, dwl W s Campbell bet Railroad Av. 

and West Eighth, W. O. 
Simpson Thomas B., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Twenty-second. 
Sims James R., carpenter and contractor, dwl 316 Tenth. 
Sinclair Alexander J., ticket clerk C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry 

Wharf, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Seventh and West Eighth, 

w. o. 

Sinclair M. G., mining, dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eighth and West 

Ninth, W. 0. 
Singen Edward, laborer Oakland Paving Co., dwl N s Lydia bet 

Curtis and West. 
Singen John, laborer, dwl Twenty-second nr Market. 
Singer Aaron, carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Singer James, carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Singer Leonard, butcher, dwl W s Twentieth Av. bet East Twelfth 

and East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Sizer Samuel Elliot, clerk George E. Smith, dwl 513 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Ska Charles, upholsterer (S. F.), dwl W s Center bet West Ninth 

and West Tenth, W. O. 
Skedd William R, shipcarpenter, dwl 1087 West Third, W. O. 
Skelly Frank, tailor M. Cragan, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Skelton M. A. Mrs., lodgings, 831 Franklin. 
Skiles H. A., carpenter, dwl E s Henry bet West Third and West 

Fourth, W. O. 
Skinker John, merchant (S. F.), dwl SE cor Seventh and Oak. 
Skinner Isaac A., foreman Pipe Shop Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 

517 Ninth. 
Skitch William, wheelwright Northey & McGrath, dwl N s East 

Thirty-third nr Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
Slade George, machinist, dwl S s West Thirteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Slamm E. D., ship calker, dwl S s West Eleventh bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Slate Frederick Jr., teacher University, dwl SE cor Grove and Sev- 
enteenth. 
Slate Frederick Mrs., cloaks and suits, 1013 Broadway, dwl SE cor 

Grove and Seventeenth. 
Slate Walter (Slate & Co.), dwl SE cor Grove and Seventeenth. 
SLATE k CO. (Walter Slate), furriers and cloakmakers, 1013 

Broadway. 
Slater D., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Bay and 

Cedar, W. O. 
Slater J. H, grainer, dwl 838 Broadway. 



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OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 347 

Slater William W., telegraph operator C. P. R. R., dwl NW cor 

Campbell and William, W. O. 
Slattei-y James, second officer stm El Capitan, dwl E s East Sixteenth 

bet Fifth and Sixth avs, E. O. 
Sleigh Samuel, night contractor, dwl E s Filbert bet West First and 

West Third, W. O. 
Sheer Charles B., harness and saddlery, 1050 Broadway, dwl 473 

Seventh. 
Sheer Hugh, dwl S s Third bet Webster and Harrison. 
Slitey G. W., blacksmith, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and 

Adeline, W. O. 
Sloan Peter, laborer C. P. R R, W. O. 
Slocum Warren, engineer, dwl Eagle House. 
Slocumb James, machinist, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 
Slovan W. R, painter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Small Daniel S., ship carpenter, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Willow 

and Wood, W. O. 
Small George, gardener Henry N. Morse, Watson Tract nr Lake 

Merritt, E. O. 
Small J. Hervey, fireman C. P. R. R., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet 

Willow and Wood, W. 0. 
Smallman James K., polisher Manhattan Marble Co., dwl 415 East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
Smallwood G., wire worker (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirk- 
ham and Poplar, W. O. 
Smiley W., clerk, dwl E s Adeline bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

w. o. 

Smilie James, carpenter, dwl 310 Seventh. 

Smilie Robert, carpenter, dwl Seventh nr Washington. 

Smith Albert L., student, dwl SE cor West Tenth and Filbert, W. O. 

Smith Andrew D. (Hutchinson, Mann & S., S. F.), dwl 910 Myrtle, 

w. o. 

Smith Benjamin F., hackdriver, dwl E s Webster bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth. 
Smith B. K. Mrs., dwl 456 Eighth. 
Smith Bradford W., clerk (S. F.), dwl SE cor West Tenth and Filbert, 

W. O. 
Smith C, canvasser, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 
Smith Charles, builder, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Chestnut and 

Linden, W. O. 
Smith Charles F., butcher, dwl SW cor Grove and Twentieth. 
Smith Charles H. , gents' furnishing goods, 953 Broadway, dwl 521 Third. 
Smith Charles J., salesman E. D. Block, dwl Russell House. 
Smith Christian, salesman Sevhi Vincent, dwl N s East Fourteenth 

nr town line, E. O. 
Smith C. W., cook Grand Central Hotel. 
Smith Daniel, boarding and lodging, N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar 

and Pine, W. O. 
Smith Daniel, foreman trackman C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Cedar 

and William, W. O. 



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348 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Daniel C, turner Oakland Planing Mill, dwl 656 Jackson. 

Smith Daniel G-., bootmaker, 426 Ninth, dwl 621 Third. 

Smith Edward, laborer C. P. P. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Smith Edward J., carpenter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

Smith Edwin, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Short bet Cedar and 

Pay, W. O. 
Smith Edwin Jr., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Cedar bet Atlantic 

and William, W. O. 
Smith Elisha, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 
Smith Elizabeth Mrs., dwl junction Market and San Pablo Av. 
Smith Enos, merchant (S. F.), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Smith F. R., engineer C. P. R. R, O. P. 

Smith Francis M., carpenter, N s Twenty-first bet Brush and West. 
Smith Frank (Smith & Bros.), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Smith Frederick, machine hand Blethen & Terry, dwl NE cor Third 

and Jackson. 
Smith Frederick A., surveyor, dwl cor West Thirteenth and Willow, 

W. 0. 
Smith George E., butcher cor Broadway and Fourteenth, dwl SW 

Grove and Twentieth. 
Smith Georgie Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School. 
SMITH G. ESTABROOK, real estate agent and notary public, 

office 805 Broadway, dwl 513 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Smith G. F. (Hanson & S.), dwl SW cor Eleventh and Franklin. 
Smith Henry, carpenter, dwl Myrtle bet Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth. 
Smith Henry, hostler Joseph C. Trescott, dwl 405 Twelfth. 
Smith Henry, painter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Smith Henry L., salesman (S. F.), dwl E s Linden bet West Eighth 

and West Tenth, W. O. 
Smith Henry T., carpenter, dwl W s Myrtle bet Twenty-eighth and 

Thirtieth. 
Smith H. S. G., carpenter, dwl Eland House. 
Smith H. Sydney, surveyor, dwl E s Brush nr Eleventh. 
Smith Hubard, harnessmaker William Hanley, dwl 1082 East Four- 
teenth, E. O. 
Smith Isabella, laundress, dwl 1ST s East Fifteenth bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 
Smith J., driver William Sagehorn, dwl 701 Washington. 
Smith James, dealer live stock, dwl 963 Railroad Av., W. O. 
Smith James R., proprietor Overland House, NW cor Broadway 

and First. 
Smith John, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, W. O. 
Smith John, laborer Oakland Brewery Co., dwl W s Broadway nr 

Eighteenth. 
Smith John, plasterer, dwl ISTE cor Twenty-third and Telegraph Av. 
Smith John, watchman Bumham, Standeford & Co. 
Smith John, watchman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Smith John B., flour packer Weston & Welch, dwl 830 East Four- 
teenth, E. O. 
Smith John F., butcher, SW cor Seventeenth and Brush. 



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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 349 



SMITH JOHN O. K, carriage manufacturer, 520 Seventh, dwl 
518 Seventh. 

Smith John W., salesman (S. F.), dwl S s West Eighth bet Union 
and Poplar, AV. 0. 

Smith John W., hairdressing saloon, cor Broadway and Third. 

Smith' J. P. (Smith & Bros.), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Smith Joseph, butcher, dwl SW cor Grove and Twentieth. 

Smith Joseph, draughtsman, dwl S s Thirteenth nr Broadway. 

SMITH JOSEPH, proprietor Eagle House, 612 and 614 Broadway. 

Smith Joseph G., painter (S. F.), dwl 668 Fifth. 

Smith J. S., clerk Logan & Blakeslee, dwl cor Eleventh and Madison. 

Smith J. W., dwl West Eighth nr Wood, W. O. 

Smith Julius (Smith & Bros.), dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Smith Louis, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Smith M. E., clerk, dwl N s West Eighth nr Center, W. O. 

Smith M. J., dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Smith O. B., commission merchant (S. F.), dwl 560 Twelfth. 

Smith Oliver, freight agent C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl 
W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 

Smith Patrick, laborer C. P. R, R., dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Smith Rufus, capitalist, dwl 831 Franklin. 

Smith Samuel, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl 410 Tenth. 

Smith Samuel Mrs., furnished rooms, 410 Tenth. 

Smith S. E., clerk C. H. Smith, dwl 521 Third. 

Smith Seth, machinist, dwl Wood bet Seward and Taylor, W. O. 

Smith Stephen (Smith & Mather), dwl SE cor West Tenth and Fil- 
bert, w. o. 

Smith Stephen H., agent (S. F.), dwl SE cor West Tenth and Filbert, 

w. o. 

Smith Stephen M. (Rosseter & S., S. F.), merchant, dwl E s Harrison 
bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Smith T. C, carpenter, dwl Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo Av. 

Smith Thomas, capitalist, dwl 329 Fifth. 

Smith Thomas A., calker C. P. R. P., W. O. 

Smith T. O., miller, dwl E s Filbert bet West Eighteenth and West 
Twenty-first, W. O. 

Smith T. R., engineer C. P. R. R., res Alameda. 

Smith Walter Mrs., cigars and tobacco, SW cor Broadway and Sev- 
enth, dwl 477 Eighth. 

Smith William B., carpenter, dwl W s Myrtle bet Twenty-eighth 
and Thirtieth. 

Smith W. B., deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm tug Rival, W. O. 

Smith W. H., salesman McCrum & Gushing, dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Smith William, butcher G. E. Smith, dwl cor Grove and Twentieth. 

Smith William, rigger C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Smith William B.^ clerk, dwl W s San Pablo Av. bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-first. 

Smith William B., freight clerk C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf, 
dwl W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and West Tenth, W. O. 

Smith William H., miner, dwl 521 Third. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



THE TURBINE WINDMILL 



Patented March 16th, 187?, by A. H. Southwick, who is now furnishing superior 
Mills at reduced prices, warranted for five years. 




There has never come before the people of California, an invention that so 
completely satisfied every one, as does the Turbine "Windmill. 

This mill is the favorite with all classes. It is admired by all, and should 
the price be reduced to the same figure as other mills, every one would have 
one. Even now, there are hundreds who order the Turbine (who would not 
have any other) on account of their beauty and many advantages over other 
mills. 

And then the price is not so great, when you take into consideration the 
fact that the Turbine is warranted for five years, and it will cost you nothing 
for repairs during that time. 

I have been told by windmill men that they "made more money in repair- 
ing than in building mills.' ' In that respect they have the advantage of me. 
I have never made a dollar on repairing my mills yet, neither do I expect to, 
for I will repair for nothing, if they need it within five years. 

A. H. SOTTTHWTCIS. 



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Smith William G., butcher, dwl SW cor Grove and Twentieth. 

Smith Bros. (Frank, J. P., and Julius), borax refinery, S s First bet 
Castro and Brush. 

SMITH & MATHER (Stephen Smith and J. H. Mather), real estate 
agents, office 917 Broadway. 

Smithenbank Abraham, marble cutter, dwl NW cor Thirty-ninth and 
Telegraph Av. 

Smithlen Frank, carpenter, dwl 665 Washington. 

Smitten Richard F. (Smitten d' Litle), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 
Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Smitten & Litle (Richard F. Smitten and William H. Litle), general 
merchandise, N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Smyth John H, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl San Pablo Av. 

Smyth S., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Snead Andrew, carpenter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 

Snelgrove Artemus, carpenter, dwl 517 Ninth. 

Snetz H, tailor, dwl 838 Broadway. 

Snider A., merchant, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. 0. 

Snider S., rancher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Snook William S. (G. & W. Snook, S. F.), dwl N s Taylor bet Wil- 
low and Campbell, W. O. 

Snook W. R., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Niles Station. 

Snow Frederick, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Snow L. O., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 

Snow Nathaniel, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Market bet Eighth and Ninth. 

Snyder D. C, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Goss 
and -Railroad Av., W. O. 

Snyder Daniel, laborer, dwl E s Lusk Place nr Evoy Av. 

Snyder Floi-ence Miss, dwl SW cor West Twelfth and Adeline, W. O. 

Snvder J. C, laborer, dwl E s Lusk nr Evov A v. 

Snyder Mary P. Mrs., dwl SW cor West Twelfth and Adeline, W. O. 

Soehlke Theodore Prof., teacher German, Public Schools. 

Sohst Henry J. (Sohst Bros.), dwl 859 Webster. 

Sohst William (Sohst Bros.), dwl 859 Webster. 

SOHST BROS. ( William and Henry J.), Pioneer Carnage Manu- 
factory, 902 Franklin cor Eighth. 

Solina A. F., laborer, dwl N s Second nr Washington. 

Solina John, clerk Barnes & Taylor, dwl N s Second nr Washington. 

Solomons A. T., carpenter, dwl Alta House. # 

Sommer S. M., master mariner, dwl N s Thirteenth nr Wood, W. O. 

Sorensen G., stair builder George M. Blair. 

Sork Joseph, gardener, dwl E s Adeline nr San Pablo Av. 

Soule Frank Jr., dwl 226 Ninth. 

Souter N, printer, dwl N s Twenty-eighth bet Linden and Filbert. 

Souter Samuel, steamboatman, dwl Union nr Twenty-fourth. 

South Philander, farmer, dwl West Twelfth nr Campbell, W. O. 

Souther Joseph, salesman, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 

SOUTH WICK ALBERT H, proprietor Turbine Windmill, office 
414 Ninth, dwl NW cor Fifteenth and West. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Broadway, Oakland Heal Estate. 

352 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Soza Joseph, gardener, dwl N s Prospect Place bet Telegraph Av. 

and Broadway. 
Spaer Abel, painter, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 
Spafford James M. (Feusier & S., S. F.J, dwl NTV cor Eleventh Av. 

and East Eighteenth, E. O. 
Sparman A., human hair worker, dwl 462 Third. 
Sparr S., painter C. P. P. P., dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, 

w. o. 

Spauldmg Julia A. Miss, dwl NW cor Eighth Av. and East Seven- 
teenth, E. O. 
Spauldmg Moses, carpenter, dwl Railroad Exchange, TV. O. 
Spauldmg Nathan TV. (Pacific Saw Manvfacturiiig Co., S. F.), dwl 

913 Madison. 
Spaulding Robert, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 
Spear John I. (Hickox & S., S. F.), banker, dwl STV cor Twelfth and' 

Oak. 
Speer Charles TV., plasterer, dwl 563 Eleventh. 
Speight Henry, butcher John H. Davis, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Spellman Thomas, real estate, dwl N s TVest Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkkani, TV. O. 

Spencer , engineer, dwl Alta House. 

Spencer Benjamin, carpenter, dwl 816 TVest Third, TV. O. 
Spencer George, farmer, dwl N s TVest Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, TV. O. 
Spencer Henry, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Division bet Pine and TVood, 

W. 0. 
Spencer Hei'bert TV., gardener Orrin Gowell, S s Adams Av. bet 

town line and Fruit Vale. 
Spencer H. J., carpenter, dwl 603 Third. 
Sjiencer James, machinist C. P. R. R., dwl TVest Oakland House, 

TV. O. 
Spencer John, plumber and gasfitter, 467 Seventh, dwl San Pablo 

Av. nr Twenty-sixth. 
Spencer Melissa Mrs., millinery, 323 Twelfth, dwl Grand Central 

Hotel. 
Sperling Christian, laborer, dwl STV cor Ninth and Franklin. 
Sperry Frank, carpenter, dwl 517 Ninth. 
Sperry M. Mrs., dwl 831 Seventh. 

Spillman F. A., dwl N s TVest Twelfth bet Kirkkani and Center, TV. O. 
Splud Emil, manager Oyster Grotto, dwl 851 Franklin. 
SPLIVALO S. & CO., groceries, provisions, wines and liquors, SE 

cor Twelfth and Webster, Grand Central Hotel. 
Splivalo Stephen (Splivalo & Co.), dwl NE cor Eighth and "Webster. 
Sprague George TV., carpenter, dwl 167 Third. 

Sprague N., engineer, dwl N s Taylor bet TVood and TVillow, TV. O. 
Springer Ransom, lumber yard (S. F.), dwl S s Taylor bet TVood 

and TVillow, TV. O. 
Sproule Andrew, dwl Third bet Bi-oadway and Franklin. 
Sproule Charlotte (Misses Sproule), dwl Third bet Broadway and 

Franklin. 

GOBDOFS Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



0. F. S— Hominy and cracked wheat, 416 Ninth St. nr Bdwy— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 353 

Sproule Katharine (Misses Sproule), dwl Third bet Broadway and 
Franklin. 

Sproule Sarah J. (Misses Sproule), dwl Third bet Broadway and 
Franklin. 

Sproule Misses (Sarah J., Charlotte and Katharine), dry and fancy 
goods, cor Fourteenth and Broadway. 

Sprout George, carpenter, dwl W s Adeline bet West Tenth and 
West Twelfth, W. 0. 

Spruance John (Spruance, Stanley & Co., S. F.), dwl 907 Clay. 

Squires John, bricklayer, dwl SW cor Twenty-seventh and West. 

Squire Orin D., mining secretary (S. F.), dwl 468 East Eleventh, 
E. 0. 

St. Charles Hotel, Thomas M. Stewart proprietor, 1106 Broadway. 

St. John G. Mrs., dwl 714 Tenth. 

St. John John, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY (Christian Brothers^, Brother B. Pir- 
mian principal, SW cor Fifth and Jackson. 

ST. JOSEPH'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, Owen Lafferty presi- 
dent, cor Broadway and Fourth. 

St. Leger Anthony, clerk G. Estabrook Smith, dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Stack William, contractor, dwl NE cor Fifth and Harrison. 

Stackhouse William, whitener, dwl 760 Fifth. 

Stackpole Thomas, carriage painter M. W. Allen, dwl 410 Tenth, 

Stacy William, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl 605 Tenth. 

Stagg Ferguson, clerk, dwl W s Adeline bet West Eighth and West 
Tenth, W. O. 

Stahl B. F., carpenter, dwl E s Linden bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Stahl Grant F., clerk, dwl E s Franklin bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Stahr Christopher, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Twelfth 
bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Stairs John, clerk, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

Staley George W., student, dwl E s Chester bet West Ninth and 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Staley Jacob A., carpenter, dwl 522 Eighth. 

Stamp J. B., baker Thomson Bros., dwl 553 Third. 

Stanall Joseph, salesman (S. F.), dwl W s Wood bet Seward and 
Taylor, W. O. 

STANDEFORD DAYID W. (Burnham, S. & Co.), dwl E s Mar- 
ket bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Standeford J. A., miner, dwl W s West bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Standeford N. D. Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School. 

Standeford W. W., clerk U. S. Custom House (S. F.), dwl E s 
Market bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

STANDRING ISAAC, proprietor West End Hotel, cor Railroad 
Av. and Peralta, W. O. 

STANFORD HALL, Thomas J. McDaniel lessee, NE cor Rail- 
road Av. and Wood, W. O. 

Stanford Stable, John W. Pearson proprietor, NE cor Railroad Av. 
and Wood, W. O. 



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354 OAKLAND [3] DIRECTORY. 

Stanford William E., laborer, dwl 675 Tenth. 
Staniford George B., printer Evening Tribune, dwl 664 Tenth. 
Stanley Henry A., insurance broker (S. F.), dwl 827 Market. 
Stanly Edward, clerk, dwl W s Jackson bet Twelfth and Lake 

Merritt. 
Stanly John A., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl W s Jackson bet 

Twelfth and Lake Merritt. 
Stansbury Charles, painter C. P. R. R., dwl 1001 Franklin. 
Stansbury Delia Mrs., boarding, 1001 Franklin. 
Stanton Timothy, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 
Staples Frank, mining, dwl 311 Third, 
Star House, Mrs. H. J. Layton proprietress, S s Railroad Av. bet 

Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Starbuck John, clerk, dwl N s Pine bet Division and Seward, W. O. 
Stark John F., engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Starr C, brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Starkweather William P., bookkeeper Charles L. Taylor, dwl 716 

Fourteenth. 
State Investment and Insurance Co. (S. F.), E. T. Carrique agent, 

office 460 Eighth. 
Stearns C. A., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 
Stearns H. P. Miss, teacher Cosmopolitan School, dwl Hobart nr 

Telegraph Av. 
Stearns Joseph, plumber Owen C. Kirk, dwl 965 Franklin. 
Steams S. S., carpenter, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 
Stearns T. F., driver Oakland Railroad Co. 
Steckler Edward, clerk, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 

Filbert. 
Steel James, diver, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Curtis. 
Steele Ann (widow), dwl SW cor Telegraph and Caledonia avs. 
Steele Edward (C. Adolphe Low & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl 824 

Jackson. 
Steele John, carpenter, dwl Adeline nr Thirty-sixth. 
Steele John, laborer, dwl Twenty-second bet Myrtle and Market. 
Steele John, stock raiser, dwl Twenty-fourth nr Filbert. 
Steele Rosanna Miss, dressmaker Mrs. R. T. Reynolds, dwl 325 

Twelfth. 
Steen Joseph F., deputy city assessor, office 1 City Hall, dwl S s 

Syeamore bet Grove and San Pablo Av. 
Steere Henry, telegraph operator and bookkeeper Steere & Colby, 

dwl 1178 Twelfth Av., E. O. 
Steere Thomas F. (Steere & Colby), and postmaster Brooklyn, dwl 

1178 Twelfth Av., E. O. 
STEERE & COLBY (Thomas F. Steere and Hiram H. Colby), 

general merchandise, agents Whitney & Co.'s Express, Wells, 
Fargo & Co.'s Express, and proprietors Brooklyn, Fruit Vale, 
and .San Francisco Express, and agents Western Union Telegraph 
Co., SE cor Thirteenth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Steffanoni Achille (Mueller & S.j, dwl 561 Seventh. 
Steffanazzi G., waiter A. & J. Marques, dwl 459 Ninth. 



GORDON'S ice cream is the best and cheapest. 469 Ninth St. 



0. P. S— Wheat and cracked corn, 116 Ninth nr Broadway.— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 355 

Stehelin James, mariner, dwl 1ST s Division bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Steinegger Robert, gilder Lutz & Berg, dwl 965 Franklin. 
Steinmetz August, varnisher Schreiber & Meyer, res San Francisco. 
Steniaro Nicolo, laborer, dwl 562 Third. 
Stephens Samuel, ship joiner, dwl SW cor West Fifth and Filbert, 

W. 0. 
Stephens Samuel J., picture framemaker, dwl SW cor West Fifth 

and Filbert, W. O. 
Stephens William R., plumber and gasfitter, dwl SW cor West Fifth 

and Filbert, W. O. 
Stephenson Robert, gardener, Park Av. nr town line. 
Stephenson Stanley, extraman Engine Co. No. 1 . 
Sternfeld A. B., carpenter, dwl N s Division bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Sternitzky C, carpenter, dwl E s Myrtle nr Thirtieth. 

Sternitzky Robert (Sternitzky & Neumann), dwl 411 Seventh. 

STERNITZKY & NEUMANN (Robert Sternitzky and Louis Neu- 
mann), furniture dealers and upholsterers, 471 Seventh. 

Stetefeldt Charles A., civil engineer, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Stetson C. R., dwl N s Huff A v. nr Sausal Creek, E. O. 

Stetson Vine S., carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl NE cor First and 
Broadway. 

Stevens A. Henry, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union 
and Poplar, W. O. 

Stevens A. P.,. agent, dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Stevens Calvin J., county tax collector, office County Court House, 
dwl 267 Eighth. 

Stevens E. A. Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, dwl cor Wood 
and William, W. O. 

Stevens George W., printer (S. F.), dwl 362 East Tenth, E. O. 

Stevens Julius (Keller & S.), dwl N s East Fourteenth bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth avs, E. O. 

Stevens Lizzie Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, dwl SW cor 
William and Wood, W. O. 

Stevens M., teamster, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Curtis. 

Stevens Mary (widow), dwl Ns Division bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Stevenson Alexander, carpenter, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

Stevenson Alexander M., plasterer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Tele- 
graph Av. and Broadway. 

Stevenson Frederick R. (F. R. Stevenson & Co.), dwl Russell House. 

Stevenson F. R. & Co. (Frederick R. Stevenson and B. S. Tower), 
china, glass, and earthenware, 1062 Broadway. 

Stevenson Francis W., boots and shoes, 1020 Broadway, dwl 410 
Thirteenth. 

Stevenson Richard, butcher Alonzo Schutt, dwl 465 Ninth. 

Stevenson Stanly, painter W. M. Ballantyne, dwl 1109 Franklin. 

Steward A. M., carpenter, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Campbell and 
Willow, W. O. 

Steward James, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 



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Furniture Dealers ai Upholsterers, 



471 SEVENTH ST. OAKLAND. 



Bet. Broadway and Washington, 
(Bartlett's Building.) 



Parlor Sets, Fine Lounges and Mat- 
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Furniture Repairing, French Polishing and Varnishing Neatly Done. 



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Office, Room No. 14, Wilcox Block. 

3R WPEREW CSS: 

F. DELGER. C. B. RUTHERFORD. A. J. SNYDER. 

W. K. ROWELL. J. BECHT. P. THOMSON. 

A. C. HENRY. G. W. DAM. 

DEALER IN FINE SHOES, 




ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF] 



Gent's, Boys', Ladies' and Childrens' Perfect Fitting Shoes. 



-SOLE AGENT FOR OAKLAND FOR— 



Ed-win C Burt's Fine Shoes for Ladies and Children. 
No. 905 BROADWAY, 

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. 



J. S. Gh GORDON is the pioneer ice man. Office, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. P. S— Every bale of hay sold by weight, 416 Ninth Street— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 357 

Steward J. M., boarding and lodging, 461 Ninth. 

Stewardson "William, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Stewart A. W., stationer, dwl 462 Twelfth. 

Stewart David, machinist, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Market. 

Stewart James, student, dwl SE cor West Tenth and Filbert, W. 0. 

Stewart John, horse dealer, dwl Eagle House. 

Stewart Marshal, hackman A. W. May, dwl SE cor East Eleventh 

and Twelfth Av., E. O. 
Stewart Marshall, student, dwl Eleventh Av. bet East Fourteenth 

and East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Stewai-t Mary L. (widow), dwl 763 Eleventh. 
Stewart Peter, plumber Robert Dalziel, dwl Clay bet Sixth and 

Seventh. 
Stewart Thomas M., proprietor St. Charles Hotel, 1106 Broadway. 
Stewart William, painter Dexter "Windmill Co., dwl Thirteenth bet 

Broadway and Franklin. 
Stewart William, porter (S. F.), dwl S s W T est Thirteenth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W T . O. 
Stewart William, ship cai-penter, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, 

W T . o. 

Stiles Frank, watchman (S. F.), dwl 954 West Fifth, W. 0. 

Still Frank, carpenter, dwl S s West Twenty-second bet Curtis and 

West. 
Still John W., agent Remington Sewing Machines, dwl 612 East 

Fifteenth, E. O. 
Stiller Powell, electrotvper (S. F.), dwl E s Kirkham bet West 

Eighth and West Ninth, W. O. 
Stilts Thomas, farmer, dwl Twenty-fourth nr Linden. 
Stilwell B. F. (Butler & S.), dwl 456 Eighth. 
Stimpson James T., soda water manufacturer, dwl 510 Seventh. 
Stimpson Joseph E., plasterer, dwl 413 Sixth. 
Stire J. R., tailor Florence Hallahan, dwl Union Hotel, E. O. 
Stockdale J., steward Grand Central Hotel. 
Stockwell James E., dwl 1ST s Twelfth bet Market and West. 
Stoddard Anthony M., carriagemaker, dwl S s Sycamore nr San 

Pablo Av. 
Stoddard R. H., agent, dwl W s Fifteenth bet Kirkham and Cypress, 

W T . o. 

Stoddard W. , carpenter, dwl X s Seward bet Wood and Willow, W T . O. 

Stoel N., real estate, dwl junction Market and San Pablo Av. 

Stokes Patrick, shoemaker, dwl 218 East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Stokes Richard, mining, dwl N s Twenty -fifth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

STOKES WILLIAM, architect, office 921 Broadway, dwl S s Six- 
teenth bet Castro and Brush. 

Stoker Hermann, brewer, dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. and 
West Eighth, W. O. 

Stone , painter, dwl E s Chestnut bet W T est Third and W T est 

Fifth, W. O. 

Stone Alfred, clerk J. McKeand, dwl 1179 Sixteenth Av., E. O. 



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358 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stone B. E., dwl E s Peralta bet West Ninth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Stone Charles, stableman, dwl SE cor Twelfth and Harrison. 

Stone Elise P. Mrs., physician, office and dwl 568 Twelfth. 

Stone E. Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School. 

Stone George, dwl 568 Twelfth. 

Stone George, bootfitter, dwl S s West Twelfth bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Stone George A., civil engineer C. P. P. P., dwl N s Seventh bet 

Castro and Grove. 
Stone Jefferson, painter, 716 Broadway, dwl Washington bet Fourth 

and Fifth. 
Stone J. L., carpenter, dwl 562 Fourth. 
Stone John F., butcher Edward Murphy, dwl 562 Fourth. 
Stone Joshua, jeweler, dwl E s Myrtle bet West Twelfth and West 

Fourteenth, W. O. 
Stone Louis, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 
Stone Robert, carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Twelfth. 
Stone Thomas, engineer, dwl S s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Storer William, carpenter, dwl W s Willow bet West Twelfth and 

West Thirteenth, W. O. 
Stores John, laborer, dwl W s Curtis nr Twenty-first. 
Story George, laborer, dwl N s West Sixteenth bet Kirkham and 

Cypress, W. O. • 
Story Robert, machinist, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Stoten J. A., agent, dwl N s Lincoln bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Stoteten Henry, porter (S. F.), dwl S s West Fifth bet Lewis and 

Henry, W. O. 
Stovall Lewis, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl E s Poplar bet West Tenth 

and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Stow John W., stableman Duncan Cameron, dwl 1070 Thirteenth 

Av., E. O. 
Stowell William M., carpenter, dwl S s Eleventh bet Webster and 

Harrison. 
Stranahan M., watchman, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Straum Charles, farm hand, dwl Thirty-fourth nr Chestnut. 
Stratemeyer George, sign painter, dwl 420 Twelfth. 
Stratton E., clerk (S. F), dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and 

Filbert, W. O. 
Stratton James, principal Prescott Grammar School, dwl N s Twelfth 

bet Market and West. 
Stratton James T., U. S. surveyor-general (S. F.), dwl 461 East 

Twelfth, E. O. 
Straus Morris, tailor, dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty-eighth. 
Strickland John, teamster Burner & Young, dwl NW cor Telegraph 

Av. and William. 
Strickland Sidney, bookkeeper Strickland & Co., dwl NE cor Tele- 
graph Av. and William. 
Strickland William (Strickland & Co.), dwl NE cor Telegraph Av. 

and William. 



Erink Napa Soda, a pure, natural mineral water. Agency, 469 Ninth. 



0. F. S— Every bale of hay sold by weight, 416 Ninth St.— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [5] DIRECTORY. 359 

STRICKLAND & CO. (William Strickland), booksellers, station- 
ers, fancy goods, musical instruments, and manufacturers blank 

books, 1061 Broadway. 
Striker John, engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Striker J. W. (widow), dwl 1ST s Chase bet Wood and "Willow, W. O. 
Strong Alexander, agent, dwl S s West Eighth bet Filbert and Myrtle, 

W. 0. 
Strong Charles L., mining, dwl S s Eleventh bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Strong Eli, carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward, W. O. 
Strong F., baggageman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Strong James, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl 517 Ninth. 
Strong J. D., photographer, cor Thirteenth and Broadway. 
Strong W. K., reporter, dwl NE cor Thirteenth and Broadway. 
Strother S. J. Mrs., dressmaker Mrs. E. A. Dawson, dwl 519 Fourth. 
Stroud J., carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 
Strutt Peter, tailor, dwl cor Chesnut and Twenty-first. 
Stuart Charles A., engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Chase bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
STUART DANIEL, boots and shoes, 905 Broadway, dwl 963 

Washington. 
Stuart Mary Mrs., furnished rooms, 408 Thirteenth. 
Stuart William A., painter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Stuart William J., plumber and gasfitter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Stubbs George A., livery stable, 413 Fourth, dwl S s Fifth bet 

Franklin and Webster. • 

Stubbs Jesse, first engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 
Studerus John, blacksmith, dwl 823 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Studley Sophia Miss, dressmaker, dwl 1017 Webster. 
Stukenbrock August, cook, dwl Eland House. 
Stulz August, stableman Oakland Trotting Park. 
Stulz Charles, hairdresser, 483 Seventh, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Stulz Jacob, butcher William Long, dwl SW cor Franklin and 

Eleventh. 
Stump J., well borer, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Sturges Frank F., clerk (S. F.), dwl 758 Castro. 

Sturm Henry, teamster Burner & Young, dwl W s Franklin nr Ninth. 
Sturrock James R., plasterer, dwl S s Twenty-first nr Brush. 
Stutt Henry, stair builder, dwl Adeline bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
Styles Frank, first engineer stm El Capitan, res San Francisco. 
Sublett Wdliam, purser, dwl E s Tenth Av. bet East Sixteenth and 

East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Sueell Mary L. Mrs., boarding and lodging, SW cor Twenty-second 

and Curtis. 
Sueell Walter, laborer, dwl SW cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 
Sugdon Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Sugrue Patrick, laborer, dwl 663 Jefferson. 
Sullivan Andrew, with Charles Newton, Newton Tract, Lake Road 

nr Lake Merritt, E. O. 



STRICKLAND & CO.'S Stationery Store is No. 1051 Broadway. 



E. W. WOODWARD & CO., desirable business property for sale. 



360 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 



Sullivan Bridget (widow), dwl S s Logan nr Telegraph Av. 
Sullivan Coleman, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl S s Railroad Av. bet 

Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Sullivan Cornelius, watchman C. P. P. P., dwl cor Sixteenth and 

Cypress, W. O. 
Sullivan Humphrey, laborer, dwl 832 Jefferson. 
Sullivan James, marble polisher "William Gross, dwl E s San Pablo 

Av. nr Twenty-second. 
Sullivan Jeremiah C, business manager Oakland News Co., office 462 

Ninth, dwl Russell House. 
Sullivan Jere C, dwl Russell House. 

Sullivan John, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Sullivan John, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Sullivan John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Sullivan Michael, blacksmith, 1086 Fourteenth Av. dwl 680 East 

Fourteenth, E. O. 
Sullivan Michael, laborer, dwl NW cor West Twelfth and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, dwl Adeline bet Thirty-second and Thirty- 
fourth. 

Sullivan Thomas, laborer, dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad Av. and 
West Eighth, W. O. 

Sullivan Timothy, blacksmith, dwl 368 Ninth. 

Sullivan T. J. O., laborer, dwl Overland House. 

Sullivan W. O, contractor, dwl N s West Eleventh bet Center and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

Sullivan William, grain dealer (S. F), dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and 
Pine, W. 0. 

Sullivan William, washer Joseph C. Trescott, dwl 405 Twelfth. 

Summers Ramon, stableman Oakland Trotting Park. 

Summers W. H., policeman City Hall, dwl S s Twentieth bet Brush 
and Castro. 

Sumner Charles, bricklayer, dwl 416 Seventh. 

Sumner Charles R., advertising agent (S. F.), dwl 820 Twelfth. 

Sumner John H, principal Brooklyn Grammar School, dwl N s 
East Seventeenth bet Tenth and Eleventh avs, E. 0. 

Sumner P. H, real estate agent, dwl 718 Twelfth. 

Sumner Susan Mrs., nurse, dwl 473 Fourth. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS, County of 
Alameda, W. F. B. Lynch, office County Court House. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS, City of Oakland, 
Frederick M. Campbell, office 2 City Hall. 

SUPERVISORS BOARD OF, County of Alameda, rooms County 
Court House. 

Surrey James, plasterer, dwl 39 Valley. 

Surry hue E., wood and coal and hay and grain, cor Bay and Div- 
ision, dwl SE cor Cedar and Short, W. O. 

Surryhne Isaac, machinist, dwl 408 Ninth. 

Surrylme William (Gladding, S. & Co.), dwl E s Adeline bet West 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth, W. O. 



Fresh milk cream and butter milk, wholesale and retail at 469 Ninth. 



0. F. S— Oatmeal and corn meal, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 361 

SURVEYOR COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, Lewis Castro, office 

County Court House. 
Sutherland Angus E., carpenter, dwl N s East Sixteenth bet Seventh 

and Eighth avs, E. O. 
Sutherland Bessie, domestic Mrs. G. M. Blake, 1057 Washington. 
Sutherland George, plumber Becht & Nicol, dwl N s East Fifteenth 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs, E. O. 
Sutherland John, harnessmaker James Lentell, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Sutterley Clem, photographic operator, dwl Mansion House. 
Sutton William F., yard master C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Swaden H, carpenter, dwl 417 Seventh. 
Swain Charles H., dwl N s Elm nr San Pablo Av. 
Swain Oliver C, storekeeper U. S. Internal Revenue (S. F.), dwl S s 

Twentieth bet Brush and Castro. 
Swain Sarah (widow), ladies' nurse, dwl N s East Twenty-first bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second avs, E. O. 
Swan Edward, tanner, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Swan George, machinist, dwl S s Short bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Swan George W. (G. W. Swan <£• Co., S.F.), box manufacturer, dwl 

760 Eleventh. 
Swain Henry, clerk, dwl 814 Brush. 

Swan John, carpenter, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 
Swan Moses, dwl S s Twenty-first nr New Broadway. 
Swan Phillip, carpenter, dwl SW cor Eighth Av. and East Sixteenth, 

E. O. 
Swansea N., miller, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and Willow, 

w. o. 

Swanson John, clerk Edward Maleton, dwl Grove nr Twenty-sixth. 

Swanson Joseph, carpenter, dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Swanton Frank, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

Swarbrick Robert, turner Blethen & Terry, dwl SW cor Third and 
Castro. 

Swartz John H, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl 418 Third. 

Swas Antonio, boot and shoemaker, 809 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Sweeney M. J., miner, dwl E s Linden nr West Fourteenth, W. O. 

Sweeney Owen, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Sweet Alonzo J., tanner John S. Derby, dwl S s East Fourteenth 
bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Sweet Andrew J., tanner John S. Derby, dwl S s East Fourteenth 
bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

Sweet Charles, dwl S s West Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Sweet James M., stableman Oakland Trotting Park. 

Sweet James T., photographer, dwl S s East Fourteenth bet Eight- 
eenth and Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

SWETT ASA W., livery and sale stable, 1063 Fourteenth Av. 
and member Board of Education, dwl NW cor Thirteenth Av. 
and East Twentieth, E. O. 

Swett Daniel, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Swett D. C, wood turner Burnham, Standeford & Co. 



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1060 Broadway, East Side, between Eleventh and Twelfth Sts- 



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314 East Eleyentl Street, Rear of Washington Hall, East OaHani, 

Respectfully announces that, having had much experience on this side of the bay, he is 
prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, in a PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY 
MANNER, and solicits a share of public patronage. J8@"Carriage Renairins a Spe- 
cialty. HENRY WEEKS. 

"V\7" . S Xji -A. T 13 , 

1015 BROADWAY, OAKLAND. 

All Kinds of Sacques 3Iade to Order. Cleaning and 
Repairing in all its branches. 



For Ice Cream Freezers go to J. S. G. GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S — Whole barley and corn, 416 Ninth nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



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363 



Swinson P. A. , carpenter, dwl Es Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, "W. O. 
•Swith.en.bank Abraham, stonecutter, dwl W s Division bet Cedar 

and Bay, W. O. 
Sylva 'John, laborer "Weston & "Welch, dwl N s East Fourteenth bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs, E. O. 
Sylva Manuel, laborer, dwl N s East Fourteenth bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth avs, E. O. 

T. 

Taber Isaiah "W., photographer (S. F.), dwl E s Harrison nr Sixteenth. 
Taber Jacob S., merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Linden bet "West Eighth 

and "West Tenth, W. 0. 
Taft S. Mrs., dwl 907 Clay. 

Taggart Grant I., dwl E s Franklin bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Takaki Saburo, Japanese consul (S. F.), dwl 1057 Washington. 
Talbot James, salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Division bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Talcott James, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl W s Market nr Eighth. 
Talty Peter, watchman C. P. R. R, dwl N s Taylor bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Talty Peter Jr., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Taylor bet Wood 

and Pine, W. O. 
Talty Thomas, machinist C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Tappan Charles, engineer, dwl S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Tarbox C. W. Mrs., teacher Durant School, dwl S s Hobart nr Tele- 
graph Av. 
Tasney Frank, teamster Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl W s 

Market bet West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Tate George N., teamster, SE cor Broadway and Seventh, dwl N s 

Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Tatterson Jordan W., machinist, dwl 3 Locust nr Telegraph Av. 
Tatterson M. A. Mrs., milliner and millinery goods, 10G3 Broadway, 

dwl 3 Locust nr Telegraph Av. 
Tautphaus Charles, butcher, dwl 720 Castro. 
Tavel T. C. H. de, physician, office and dwl 460 Third. 
Tavolin Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R, W. O. 
TAX COLLECTOR CITY OF OAKLAND, Perry Johnson, office 

5 City Hall. 
TAX COLLECTOR COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, C. J. Stevens, 

office County Court House. 
TAY JOHN I., agent sewing machines and E. Butterick & Co.'s 

Patterns, 965 Broadway, dwl SW cor Brush and Eleventh. 
Taylor B. J., joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Taylor Burrell B., journalist, dwl S s Sixteenth nr Clay. 
Taylor C. F., tinsmith C. P. R. R., dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
TAYLOR CHARLES L., importer and dealer carpets, oil cloths, 

paper hangings, and upholstery goods, 1060 Broadway bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth, dwl 710 Fourteenth. 



S r li J I J 1 J D & CO. manufacture account books to order. 



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364 OAKLAND [XI DIRECTORY. 

Taylor Chauncey (Taylor & Co.), dwl 704 Eighth. 

Taylor Dewitt C., draftsman U. S. Surveyor General's Office (S. F.), 

dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Taylor Edward, ship carpenter, dwl E s Wood bet West Eighth and 

Chase, W. O. 
Taylor E. J., insiu*ance agent, dwl N s Tenth bet Market and West. 
Taylor Edward P., clerk Charles L. Taylor, dwl NW cor Sixteenth 

and Jefferson. 
Taylor Edward T., porter (S. F.), dwl NE cor Seward and Willow, W. 0. 
Taylor Frederick L. (Barnes & T.J, dwl NW cor Seventeenth and 

Telegraph Av. 
Taylor George, carpenter, dwl Twenty -fourth nr Linden. 
Taylor George, clerk (S. F), dwl 769 Twelfth. 
Taylor George (Taylor & Baglm), pound master, office NW cor 

Twenty-eighth and San Pablo Av., dwl NE cor Myrtle and 

Twenty-seventh. 
Taylor George W., sign painter Charles B. Rutherford, dwl Twelfth 

nr Jefferson. 
Taylor Henry, assistant pound master, dwl 839 Franklin. 
Taylor James, clerk, dwl 462 Twelfth. 
TAYLOR JAMES M., attorney at law (S. F), dwl E s Webster 

bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 
Taylor John, bookkeeper, dwl Cosmopolitan House. 
Taylor John, carpenter-, dwl S W cor East Eleventh and Tenth Av.,E. 0. 
Taylor John, laborer, dwl 665 Webster. 
Taylor John B., dwl 710 Fourteenth. 
Taylor L. W., carpenter, dwl 768 Fifth. 
Taylor M. A. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl W s Clay bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth. 
Taylor Margaret (widow), dwl 839 Franklin. 
Taylor Maria Mrs., domestic Peder Sather, N s Twelfth bet Grove 

and Castro. 
Taylor Monroe W., restaurant Oakland Wharf, dwl N s East Four- 
teenth E of Twenty-second Av., E. O. 
Taylor O., tanner, dwl Adeline bet Thirty-fourth and Thirty-sixth. 
Taylor Robert, sign painter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Taylor Ruth A. Miss, dressmaker, dwl W s Clay bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth. 
Taylor William, tallyman Oakland Lumber Yard, res Temescal. 
Taylor William H, produce (S. F), dwl 1169 West. 
Taylor W. L., clerk H. E. Wilcox, dwl SW cor East Eleventh and 

Tenth Av., E. O. 
Taylor William S., stockbroker (S. F), dwl 515 Tenth. 
Taylor & Baglin (George Taylor and James BaylinJ, groceries and 

liquors, SE cor San Pablo and Alden avs. 
TAYLOR & CO. (Chauncey Taylor and William C. Little), lumber 

and building materials, foot Washington. 
Teas M. A. (widow), boarding and lodging, 415 Fo\irth. 
Teas M. E. Mrs., boarding and lodging, dwl S s Ninth bet Castro 

and Grove. 



All sizes refrigerators and ice chests for sale at Gordon's, 469 Ninth. 



0. P. S— Oakland Peed Store, 416 Ninth near Broadway— O.P. S. 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 365 

Teeple Henry, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Wood and 
Willow, *W. O. 

Teeter John, yardman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Tehaney James, laborer C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Teisseire A., professor (S. F.), dwl Railroad Av. bet Kirkham and 
Poplar, W. O. 

Telfer James, carpenter George M. Blah', dwl 267 Ninth. 

Temple Emma Miss, teacher High School, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Temple H. T., laborer C. P. R. R., W. 0. 

Temple Lucy E. Miss, teacher High School, dwl 1057 Washington. 

Temple Richard, gardener Mrs. I. H. Brayton, dwl W s Alice nr 
Lake Merritt. 

Templeton Pierson, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center 
and Kirkkani, W. O. 

Tenneson Tallag (Clark & Co.), dwl 765 Jackson. 

Tenney M. C, laborer J. S. G. Gordon, dwl 469 Ninth. 

Tenney Robert, mill hand, dwl AV s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 
Thirtieth. 

Tenney William A. Rev., dwl S s Brown bet Telegraph Av. and Grove. 

Terney John, liquor saloon, 854 Broadway, dwl 1015 Washington. 

Terrill D., blacksmith, dwl Twenty-sixth nr Union. 

Terrill Edward F., carpenter, dwl New Broadway nr Linden Av. 

Terry Alexander B., sawyer Blethen £ Terry, dwl Eland House. 

Terry Conkling, carpenter, dwl N s Lincoln bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 

•Terry Edward, clerk (S. F.), dwl N s Eighth bet Center and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Terry Jeremiah, carpenter, dwl West Nineteenth bet Cypress and 
Kirkham, W. O. 

Terry J. J. , carpenter, dwl Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth. 

Terry Van Rensselaer P. (Blethen & T.), dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Terwilliger P. A., clerk, dwl West Eighth nr Center, W. O. 

Teuch John, carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Cedar and Pine, 

w. o. 

Tevis Carter, clerk (S. F.), dwl S s Adams Av. nr town line, E. O. 
Tevis Joshua, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl S s Adams Av. nr town 

line, E. O. 
Tevlin Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl E s Henry bet West Fifth 

and Railroad Av., W. O. 
Thaarsing Edward, gardener, dwl W s Jackson bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth. 
Thacker R. A., plasterer, dwl 563 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Thacker Thomas W., market, S s West Third bet Filbert and Myrtle, 

w. o. 

Thain Joseph L., insurance agent (S. F.), dwl E s Myrtle bet West 

Fifth and Market, W. O. 
Thaler Andrew, baker Thomson Bros., dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Thatcher Alfred, tutor, dwl NE cor West Twelfth and Myrtle, W. O. 
Thatcher G. M., mason, dwl S s Taylor nr Willow, W. O. 
Thatcher John B., painter, dwl Central Pacihc Railroad House, W. O. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, desirable cheap lots for sale. 



366 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Thatcher J. T., well driller C. P. E. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Thayer I. E., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union 

and Adeline, AV. O. 
Thayer Charles, clerk, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 
THAYER EDWARD F., liquor saloon, 464 Eighth, dwl 858 Jef- 
ferson. 
THIRD DISTRICT COURT, rooms County Court House, judge's 

chambers 1004 Broadway. 
Thorn George, carpenter Pacific Planing Mills, dwl Willow nr Rail- 
road Av., W. O. 
Thomas Charles, engineer C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Thomas E. C, painter, dwl 830 Clay. 
Thomas E. H., compositor, dwl 720 Fourth. 
Thomas Ellis, tinsmith Lynde <k Howard, dwl NAV cor Thirteenth 

and East Eleventh, E. O. 
Thomas Frank E. (Thomas & Anderson), dwl 415 Tenth. 
Thomas F. F., dwl 1057 AVashington. 

Thomas George G., teamster London & Co., dwl 814 Harrison. 
Thomas George R., clerk (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center 

and Kirkham, AV. O. 
Thomas Jesse, dwl N s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 
Thomas Joel L., salesman (S. F.), dwl E s Myrtle bet AVest Fifth 

and Market, W. O. 
Thomas John, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Thomas Joseph E., clerk William G. Dinsmore, dwl 1059 Broadway. 
Thomas James Porter, merchant (S. F.) ,dwl Newland's Hotel. 
Thomas L., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Thomas M. Miss, teacher, dwl E s Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh. 
Thomas 1ST. B., carpenter, dwl 371 Fifth. 

Thomas Pike, carpenter, dwl Central Pacific Railroad House, AV. O 
Thomas Richard, teamster, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and 

Curtis. 
Thomas R. P. (Standard Soap Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl NE cor 

East Twelfth and Third Av., E. O. 
Thomas AA r illiam D., police officer City Hall, dwl 563 East Eleventh, 

E. O. 
Thomas AV. P., bookkeeper Alameda County Branch Home Mutual 

Insurance Co., res Alameda. 
THOMAS & ANDERSON (Frank E. Thomas and A. Anderson), 

wood and coal dealers, 413 Tenth. 
Thompson A., pile driver C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Thompson A. D., carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Telegraph 

and San Pablo avs. 
Thompson Arthur, agent, dwl E s Castro bet Seventh and Eighth. 
Thompson Arthur, machinist Browning & Thornton, dwl 862 Castro. 
Thompson C, laborer Remillard & Bros., res San Francisco. 
Thompson Charles, laborer, dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 
Thompson D. W. C, cashier National Gold Bank and Trust Co. 

(S. F.), dwl W s Webster cor Prospect A v. 
Thompson Edward, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo Av. 



GORDON'S Ice Cream Manufactory, 469 Ninth Street, Oakland. 



Oil-cake meal and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street near Bdwy. 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 367 

Thompson Edward, laborer, dwl E s Linden nr Thirtieth. 

Thompson J. B., calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Thompson James M., broker, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs. 
Thompson John, agent American Bible Society, dwl E s Franklin 

cor Seventeenth. 
Thompson John, cook C. P. R. P. stm Alameda, dwl N"W cor Center 

and West Third, W. O. 
Thompson John, painter, dwl 1021 Franklin. 
Thompson John, teamster Babcock & Gould, dwl NE cor Third and 

Franklin. 
Thompson John W., gardener, dwl 410 Tenth. 
Thompson Louis, deck hand C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Thompson M. J. Mrs., private boarding, 562 Eleventh. 
Thompson Pamelia Mrs., instructress Victor Sewing Machine, 1063 

Broadway, dwl 862 Castro. 
Thompson R., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry "Wharf. 
Thompson Timothy, laborer, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr Thirty-first. 
Thompson W., calker C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 
Thompson William, night contractor, dwl W s Center bet West Fii'st 

and West Third, W. O. 
Thompson William, stevedore, dwl N s Twenty-second nr Curtis. 
Thompson W. S., butcher, dwl E s Peralta bet West Ninth and 

West Twelfth, W. O. 
Thomson Arthur D., notary public and bookkeeper First National 

Gold Bank of Oakland, ofiice 969 Broadway, dwl 368 Fifth. 
THOMSON BROTHERS (John and George), New York Bakery, 

910 Broadway. 
Thomson George (Thomson Brothers), dwl 838 Broadway. 
Thomson James S., secretary Industrial School (S. F.), dwl 1017 

Ninth Av., E. O. 
Thomson John (Thomson Brothers), dwl 838 Broadway. 
Thomson Peter, real estate, dwl W s Telegraph Av. cor Walton. 
Thomson Samuel, agent Union Insurance Co. (S. F.), ofiice 900 

Broadway, dwl 1013 Washington. 
Thorn Annie M., dwl 711 Fifth. 
Thorn Edward, mason, dwl S s Lydia nr Market. 
Thorn James, cook Eland House, dwl 527 Seventh. 
Thorn James Mrs., furnished rooms, 527 Seventh. 
Thorn John, joiner C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Thorn Robert, brakeman C. P. R, R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Thornburgh Morgan K. (John Ziegenbien & Co., S. F.), merchant, 

dwl SW cor West Ninth and Chester, W. O. 
Thorne Alfred, gardener Gen. Williams, NW cor East Twelfth and 

First Av., E. O. 
Thorne James, cook Eland House. 

Thorne John P., salesman Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, dwl 410 Tenth. 
Thornton A. M. (Browning & T.), dwl W s Broadway bet Twenti- 
eth and Twenty-first. 



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Thornton Augustus W., surgeon, dwl N s Evoy Av. bet Telegraph, 
and San Pablo avs. 

Thornton Jonathan J., clerk J. J. O'Brien & Co., dwl 1057 Wash- 
ington. 

Thornton Mary Mrs., nurse Rev. A. Benjamin, W s Adeline bet 
West Fourteenth and West Sixteenth, W. O. 

Thorpe M. E., dwl E s Peralta bet West Ninth and West Twelfth, 
W. O. 

Thurnian John W., dwl N s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Thurston Edward N, clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Market bet Tenth and 
Eleventh. 

Thurston Eugene T., dwl 1002 West Third, W. O. 

Tibbals John, architect, dwl E s Twenty-first bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Tiblia J. B., laborer Taylor & Co., 

Tieck John, carpenter, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Fil- 
bert, W. O. 

Tiernan Patrick, foreman shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Tierney Barney, laborer, dwl W s West bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth. 

Tierney John, pipelayer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl N s Twentieth 
nr Broadway. 

Tierney Kate Mrs., housekeeper Grand Central Hotel. 

Tierney Patrick, laborer, dwl N s Twentieth nr New Broadway. 

Tietjen Frederick, clerk Frederick Altvater, dwl SW cor Lewis and 
West Fifth, W. O. 

Tietz Charles, lumberman, dwl East Thirty-fifth nr Moraga Valley 
Road, E. 0. 

Tiffany E. E. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 475 Ninth. 

Tiffany James, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Tilbury George, clerk (S. F), dwl 817 Market. 

Tiley H. A., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Kirkham and Pop- 
lar, W. O. 

Tilghman Lucinda (widow), dwl N s Lydia bet Curtis and West. 

Tilley G. H., constable Oakland Township, office cor Eleventh and 
Franklin, dwl 829 Franklin. 

Tillman C. W., carpenter C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Tillson Charles M., boxmaker (S. F.), dwl 519 Eighth. 

Tillson Frederick M., shoestitcher (S. F.), dwl 519 Eighth. 

Tinkham Myron M. (Tinhham & Butterjield), dwl E s Franklin bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 

Tinkham & Butterfield (Myron M. Tinkham and A. J. Butterjield), 
livery and sale stable, N s Eleventh bet Franklin and Webster. 

Tisdale Edward, mining, dwl W s Market bet Eighth and Ninth. 

Titcomb Walter A, clerk, dwl 351 East Eleventh, E. O. 

Tittell Edward, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl E s Adeline bet Railroad 
Av. and West Eighth, W. O. 

Titus Willis D., fireman C. P. R. R., dwl W s Campbell bet Rail- 
road Av. and William, W. O. 

Tisch David, gardener Wright F. Kelsey, dwl S s Bay Place bet 
Broadway and Telegraph Av. 



J. S. G. GORDON, agent for Napa Soda Springs. 469 Ninth Street. 



0. P. S.— Oregon oats and ground barley, 416 Ninth Street— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [f] DIRECTORY. 369 

Tobey Homer, machinist, dwl S s "West Ninth nr Center, W. 0. 

Tobey James, carpenter, dwl S s Fourteenth nr West. 

Tobey William B., bookkeeper G. W. McKeand, dwl SE cor Broad- 
way and Foui-th. 

Tobin Michael, laborer, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Todd 1ST., laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Curtis and West. 

Todd William, painter, dwl 625 Chestnut, W. 0\ 

Todtman Theodore E., watchmaker, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Tohomson James B., foreman spinning department Pacific Jute Man- 
ufacturing Co., dwl 127 East Eleventh, E. O, 

Toland Kate Miss, nurse S. B. McKee, 1STW cor Adeline and West 
Twelfth, W. O. 

Toll John, machinist, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Forty-second, 

Tomkins George J., engraver, dwl S s Twelfth bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Tomley Alfred, painter, dwl E s Chestnut nr West Tenth, W. O. 

Tomlinson Andrew, stevedore, dwl W s West bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth. 

Tomlinson James, turner, dwl S s Eighteenth bet Market and West. 

Tompkins Clark, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 

Tompkins Frederick, attorney at law (S. F.), dwl W s Alice nr 
Eighteenth, 

Tompkins Sarah (widow), dwl W s Alice nr Eighteenth. 

Toiler Benjamin, printer, dwl W s Filbert nr Thirtieth. 

Toney Andrew, painter, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, w. o. 

Toohey John, yardman C. P. E. R,, Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Toohig James, carpenter, dwl E s Twenty-first bet Broadway and 

Telegraph Av.' 
Toole Thomas J., car repairer C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Thirteenth 

Av. and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Toomey Dennis, laborer, dwl S s Elm nr San Pablo Av. 
Toomey E., deck hand Swing Crew C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Toomey Mary (widow), dwl N s Seventeenth bet Max-ket and West. 
Toretti David, clerk J. Gaudin, dwl 567 Fifth. 
Torrey David, shoemaker D. Stuart, dwl 905 Broadway. 
Torrey James M., salesman, dwl 124 Eleventh. 
Touchard Gustave, president Union Insurance Co. (S. F.), dwl S s 

West Eighth bet Adeline and Linden, W. 0. 
To wan Margaret (widow), furnished rooms, Fourteenth bet Franklin 

and Broadway. 
Tower B. S. (F. R. Stevenson & Co.), dwl Russell House. 
Towhall John, plumber, dwl W s Market bet Twentieth and Twen- 
ty-first. 
Towle John, mill hand, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and 

Twenty-ninth. 
Towle John F., machine hand Blethen &, Terry, dwl Filbert bet 

Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth. 
Towle Susie G. Miss, teacher Harrison Street Primaiy School, dwl 

NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 



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370 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Town P. 0., carpenter C. P. R. P., W. 0. 

Towne William H., photographer (S. F.), dwl W s Linden bet West 
Fourteenth and West Sixteenth, W. O. 

Towns P. A., carpenter C. P. P. R., dwl W s Cedar bet Goss and 
Railroad Av., W. O. 

Townsend Aaron C, carpenter, dwl 722 Linden, W. O. 

Townsend Charles, painter, dwl Eland House. 

Townsend Charles H, cabinetmaker E. Hook, dwl NE cor Eleventh 
Av. and East Twenty-second, E. O. 

Townsend Cornelius, laborer, dwl E s Grove bet Caledonia and Syca- 
mox-e avs. 

Townsend James N., dwl 716 Fourteenth. 

Townsend Joseph, furniture dealer, dwl Adeline nr Tliirty-fourth. 

Townsend S. (Townsend & Wright), dwl Adeline nr San Pablo Av. 

Townsend Timothy, carpenter, dwl 262 Fifth, rear. 

Townsend & Wright (S. Townsend and Benjamin Wright), second- 
hand furniture and bedding, 1102 Broadway. 

Towny John, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Towson J., printer, dwl N s Twenty-eighth bet Linden and Filbert. 

Tozer Charles H, capitalist, dwl 627 Third. 

Tracy James, switch tender Alice Street Station. C. P. R. R. 

Tracy John, switchman C. P. R. R., dwl Golden Star Hotel. 

Tracy Willis, driver J. S. G. Gordon, dwl 469 Ninth. 

Trana Peter, carpenter, dwl SE cor West Third and Center, W. O. 

Trankle Henry K., clerk Union Hotel, E. O. 

Trask Samuel D. (John Fleming & Co.), dwl S s East Fourteenth 
bet Tenth and Eleventh avs, E. 0. 

Travers E. W., master mariner, dwl 917 Jefferson. 

Traxler R. P., carpenter and builder, dwl cor Washington and Elev- 
enth. 

Traynor Thomas E., pipelayer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl 566 Fifth. 

Tread well George A., mining, dwl NE cor Sycamore and Grove. 

TREASURER CITY OF OAKLAND, Henry Hillebrand, office 
4 City Hall. 

TREASURER COUNTY OF ALAMEDA, Robert S. Farrelly, 
office County Court House. 

Treat Charles, carpenter, dwl E s Short bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 

Trefethen Eugene A., clerk C. P. R. R., dwl S s William bet Wood 
and Willow, W. O. 

Treloar William, carpenter, dwl 323 Fifth. 

Trelut Leon, firenian Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., dwl NE cor 
Thirteenth Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 

Trenchard John, ship carpenter, dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and 
Twenty-eighth. 

Trenor Eustace, physician, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

TRESCOTT JOSEPH C, livery and sale stable, SW cor Twelfth 
and Franklin, dwl junction Clay and San Pablo Av. 

Tressler Charles, plumber, dwl 366 Ninth. 

Trestler Vincent, barkeeper Alexander Diedrichsohn, dwl N s Rail- 
road Av. bet Cedar and Pine, W. O. 



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0. P. S— Whole barley and corn, 416 Ninth St. near Bdwy— 0. P. S. 






OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 371 

Tretheway Arthur, blacksmith, dwl NE cor Sixteenth and Cypress, 

W. 0. 
Tretheway John, baggage master C. P. R. R., dwl 1051 Thirteenth 

Ay., E. O. 
Tretheway Richard, carpenter, dwl NE cor Cypress and Sixteenth, 

w. o. 

Tretheway Thomas, fruits, candies, etc., 470 Seventh, dwl NE cor 

Cypress and Sixteenth, W. O. 
Trewella Mrs., seamstress, dwl 461 Ninth. 
Trickle W. H., carpenter, dwl SW cor Eighth and Clay. 
Triplet James, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 
Tripp Dwight H., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl SW cor East Twelfth 

and Second Av., E. O. 
Tripp E., dwl SW cor East Twelfth and Second Av., E. O. 
Tripp John, machinist, dwl W s Union nr Twenty-sixth. 
Tripp W. S., salesman, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth and Thir- 
tieth. 
Troppman Juan, surveyor, dwl N s West Eighth bet Kirkham and 

Center, W. O. 
Trost Gustavus (Classon & T.), dwl cor Durant and Broadway. 
True George A., driver Steere & Colby, dwl SE cor Thirteenth Av. 

and East Twelfth, E. O. 
Truett Harriet (widow), dwl W s Sixteenth Av. bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Trueworthy , rancher, dwl W s San Pablo Av. 

Truex J. V., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl Overland 

House. 
TUBBS HIRAM (Tubbs & Co., S. F.), rope manufacturer, dwlNs 

East Twelfth bet Fifth and Sixth avs, E. O. 
TUBBS' HOTEL, John M. Lawlor & Co. proprietors, dwl N s East 

Twelfth bet Fourth and Fifth avs, E. O. 
Tuck Josiah C, carpenter, dwl 962 Grove. 
Tucker Charles, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl Grand Western Hotel, 

W. O. 
Tucker Emma R. Mrs., teacher Franklin Grammar School, dwl 1057 

Washington. 
Tucker John, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Curtis. 
Tucker J. W. (N. A. Cody & Co.), res Merced Co. 
Tucker N., carpenter, dwl NW cor Lincoln and Campbell, W. O. 
Tucker S., miller, dwl E s Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 
Tucker Theophilus, plasterer, dwl SE cor Twenty-seventh and San 

Pablo Av. 
Tucker William J., carpenter, dwl W s Filbert bet Twenty-eighth 

and Thirtieth. 
Tuckey John, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first nr Market. 

Tuddle , broker, dwl NE cor Eleventh and Webster. 

Tuggle Peter, trackman C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Wood 

and Pine, W. O. 
Tully C, painter, dwl E s Chester nr West Ninth, W. O. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Broadway, bargains in real estate. 



372 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Tumley Frank, laborer C. P. R. R, Oakland Ferry "Wharf. 

TUM SUDEN H. & CO. (Frederick Brwijes), general merchan- 
dise, 701 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Turn Suden Henry (H. Turn Suden & Co.), dwl SW cor Thirteenth 
Av. and East Sixteenth, E. O. 

Turban Thomas, painter, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 

w. o. 

TURN VEREIN HALL, S s Ninth bet Clay and Washington. 
Turnbull Walter, stock broker (S. F. ), dwl 1029 Sixth Av., E. O. 
Turner Edward H., carpenter, dwl S s West Ninth bet Center and 

Peralta, W. O. 
Turner Frank, pile driver C. P. R. R, W. O. 
Turner Matthew, ship builder (S. F), dwl West Oakland House, 

w. o. 

Turner Robert M., farmer, dwl N s Ninth cor Jackson. 

Turner T., carpenter, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and W^est. 

Turner William, dwl N s Fourteenth nr Market. 

Turner William E., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl S s Twenty-first bet 
San Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

Tusher Frederick, switchman C. P. R, R., dwl W s Willow bet Chase 
and Taylor, W. O. 

Tuttle Charles, student, dwl SW cor Telegraph Av. and Twenty- 
second. 

Tuttle Charles A., attorney at law, office 924 Broadway, dwl SW cor 
Telegraph Av. and Twenty-second. 

Tuttle Frank, clerk, dwl W s Market bet Ninth and Tenth. 

Tuttle Frank, interpreter, dwl SW cor Telegraph Av. and Twenty- 
second. 

Tuttle William H., bricklayer, dwl 722 Linden, W. O. 

Twombly Charles H, paying teller First National Gold Bank of Oak- 
land, dwl 1015 Webster. 

Tweed George, well borer, dwl E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, 

w. o. 

Tye William, carpenter, dwl 576 Fourth. 

Tyler Charles, freight clerk C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

w. o. 

Tyler Edward, laborer, dwl 856 Jefferson. 

Tyler Joseph Henry, police officer C. P. R. R., dwl W s Pine bet 

Goss and Short, W. O. 
Tyler T. B., printer Evening Tribune, dwl 514 Tenth. 
Tyrell Jerome, calker C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Tyrrell Jeremiah, deputy sheriff Alameda County, dwl Watson Tract 

nr Lake Merritt, E. O. 
Tyrrell Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl W s Lewis bet West First 

and West Third, W. O. 
Tyson James, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Tyson John C, clerk Taylor & Baglin, dwl E s San Pablo Av. nr 

Alden. 
Tyson John J., laborer C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Willow 

and Campbell, W. O. 



J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ice. 469 Ninth St. 



0. F. S.— "Wheat and cracked corn, 416 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [ U ~ V ] DIRECTORY. 373 



u. 

Umlauff Philip (Philip Umlauff & Co.), dwl 707 Broadway. 
Umlaiiff Philip & Co. (Jacob Weis), bakery, 707 Broadway. 
Underwood George Stuart, carpenter, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West. 
Underwood H. D., bookkeeper Chase & Baker, dwl S s Lincoln bet 

Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Underwood Ira A., foreman John W. Pearson, dwl cor Wood and 

Taylor, W. O. 
Underwood J. R., dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Underwood Philip, laborer C. P. R. P., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Kirkham and Poplar, W. O. 
Unger Frank, sheep raiser, dwl E s Adeline bet Twenty -fourth and 

Twenty-sixth. 
UNION BANK BUILDING, SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
UNION HOTEL, Conrad Schneider proprietor, NW cor Thirteenth 

Av. and East Twelfth, E. O. 
UNION INSURANCE CO. (S. F.), Samuel Thomson agent, office 

900 Broadway. 
UNION NATIONAL GOLD BANK, A. C. Henry president, H. 

A. Palmer cashier, SE cor Broadway and Ninth. 
UNION SAVINGS BANK, J. West Martin president, H. A. 

Palmer vice-president and treasurer, SE cor Broadway and 

Ninth. 
UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS, meet Pythian 

Hall 1058 Broadway. 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, four miles N of 

"City Hall. 
Uphan J. F., carpenter, dwl S s Eleventh bet Center and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Upton May Ion W., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 955 Grove. 
Urban Vincent, upholsterer Schreiber & Meyer, dwl 838 Broadway. 



V. 

Vakirk Rowland, dwl S s Ninth be't Chester and Peralta, W. O. 

Vale M., laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Vale Napoleon B., trunkmaker (S. F.), dwl S s West Fifth bet Ches- 
ter and Center, W. O. 

Vail Rachel (widow), dwl S s West Fifth bet Chester and Center, 
W. O. 

Vail Robert S., wharfinger, Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl N s Goss bet 
Pine and Wood, O. P. 

Valardao Antoine, miller Weston & Welch, dwl 1818 Thirteenth Av., 
E. O. 

Valentine Eugene, laborer, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis.. 

Valentine William P., inventor, dwl S s Twenty-third nr Telegraph Av. 



Rich goods suitable for presents at STRICKLAND & CO.'S Book store. 



E. W. WOODWAED & CO., Agents Royal Ins. Co., Capital $14,000,000. 



374 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

UNION SAVINGS BANK 

OAKLAND. 

Capital Stock, T". $1,500,000. 

(The largest Capital of any Savings Bank in California.) 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 

J. WEST MARTIN, A. C. HENRY, JOHN C. HAYS, 

D. HENSHAW WARD, Wm. MEEK, W.W.CRANE, Jr., 

E. A. HAINES, S. HUFF. SAMUEL WOODS, 
Chas. WEBB HOWARD, R. S. FARRELLY, R. W. KIRKHAM, 
HIRAM TUBBS, J. MORA MOSS, H. H. HAIGHT, 

H. A. PALMER. 



J. WEST MARTIN, - - President. 

H. A. PALMER, - - Vice-President and Treasurer. 

Deposits received from one dollar upward, and may be forwarded by ex- 
press or checks on banks in San Francisco or Oakland, and book will be 
returned. 

Certificates of deposit issued, bearing interest and payable at time 
agreed, at date of making deposit, which may be transferred before maturity. 

Interest payable January 10th and July 10th of each year. If not 
drawn, will be added to principal sum. 

nxro EiMTiFi.AJsroEi fee required. 

Loans made only on real estate, bonds, and such collaterals as may be 
approved by the Board of Directors. 

Union Bank Building, Corner Broadway and Ninth Street. 

Tlo Union National Gold Bant 

OF OAKLAND. 

A. C. HENRY, - - - - President. 

H. A. PALMER, - _- - - Cashier. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS : 

A. C. HENRY, J. WEST MARTIN, 

R. W. KIRKHAM, D. HENSHAW WARD, 

H. A. PALMER. 



This Bank transacts a general banking business, with ample facilities in 
all its departments. 

Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers on New York, payable in 
Gold or Currency, available in all parts of the United States, at San Fran- 
cisco rates. 

Collections made at all points in the United States. 

Deposits Received from individuals, firms, and corporations, subject 
to check at sight, in Gold, Silver or Currency. 

Union Bank Building, Corner Broadway and Ninth Street. 



GORDON'S ice wagons supply families in Oakland and Alameda. 



0. P. S— Extra family and Graham flour, 116 Ninth nr Bdwy— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [V] DIRECTORY. 375 

"Valenznela Dolores, saloon keeper, dwl 420 Third. 

Valleau J. S. G., carpenter, dwl 360 Eighth. 

Van Adelung Edward, professor music, dwl 662 Fifth. 

Van de Mark W. N., teacher elocution, office and dwelling 462 Twelfth. 

Van Dusen M. Mrs., cloakmaker Mrs. F. Slate, dwl 1013 Broadway. 

Van Dusen Robert, trainer Oakland Trotting Park. 

Van Dyke Walter, U. S. attorney (S. F.), Watson Tract, Lot 6, E. O. 

Van Embergh D. G. ( Van Embergh & McGovern), dwl Thirteenth 

bet Broadway and Washington. 
Van Embergh & McGovern (D. G. Van Embergh and Andrew J. 

McGovern), paper hanging, window shades, fresco painting, etc., 

1153 Broadway. 
Van Eps John, carpenter, dwl 416 Twelfth. 
Van Haltren Peter, plasterer, dwl 601 Franklin. 
Van Ness O. G, millwright, dwl 905 Washington. 
Van Sant Adolph, musician, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and 

West Twelfth, W. O. 
Van Tannenbrock H. G, painter G P. R, R., W. O. 
Van Tasel John F., joiner G P. R. R., W. O. 
Van Vleet Elijah, workman U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl 1053 Alice. 
Van Vranken Benjamin, carpenter, dwl N s West Fifteenth bet 

Cypress and Kirkham, W. O. 
Van Winkle Elizabeth (widow), dwl 1STW cor Fifth and Clay. 
Van Wyck John G, physician, office 921 Broadway, dwl 520 Sixth. 
Vance J., contractor, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Vandenburgh F. L., superintendent Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph 

Co. (S. F.), dwl 1018 Adeline. 
Vanderbilt George W., machinist, dwl S s Railroad Av. bet Filbert 

and Linden, W. O. 
Vanderbrook Richard, painter Farwell & Garrigan, dwl 322 Second. 
Vandermark Thomas, carpenter, dwl E s Wood nr Taylor, W. O. 
Vandermarker A., carpenter, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Vanderly John, deckhand G P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Vandoren Walter, turner, dwl West Fifteenth nr Cypress, W. O. 
Vane James, foi'eman Robert Dalziel, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Vane William, plumber Robert Dalziel, res San Francisco. 
Vargav Manuel, laborer, dwl S s West Third nr Chester, W. O. 
Vargus Manuel, laborer G P. R. R., W. O. 
Vamey Thomas, real estate (S. F.), dwl 935 Filbert bet West Eighth 

and West Tenth, W. O. 
Vaughn S. B., ship wight G P. R. R,, W. O. 
Veary E. W., porter, dwl 701 Franklin. 

Veeder Barnev, brakeman G P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Veeder G. N., brakeman G P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Veirs Albert, book agent, dwl 1ST s West Eighth bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Veire Jesse, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Willow 

ane Campbell, W. O. 
Veit Charles, carpenter, dwl 782 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Venzula Bernhard, painter George Balser, dwl Broadway nr Second. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, suburban residences for sale. 



376 OAKLAND [V] DIRECTORY. 

Verhave Adrian, physician, office 970 Broadway, dwl S s West 

Eighth bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Vernon George R., dwl 1057 Washington. 
Vernon Joseph, painter, dwl N s West Fifth bet Center and Chester, 

W. O. 
Vest George (Riley & V., S. F.), dwl 954 West Fifth, W. O. 
Veto Thomas, merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Filbert bet Eighth and 

West Tenth. 
Veyrat Maurice, cook F. Parmeland, dwl 839 Broadway. 
Vick Henry, laborer, dwl Thirty-sixth nr Adeline. 
Viel A., student, dwl Alta House. 
Villegas G., porter, dwl NE cor Third and Clay. 
Villemain Emil, bookkeeper (S. F), dwl N s Summer nr Adeline. 
Vincent Albert, carpenter Blethen & Terry, dwl W s Twenty-eighth 

bet linden and Filbert. 
Vincent Joseph, mariner, dwl 811 East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Vincent S. C, dwl NE cor Campbell and Taylor, W. O. 
Vincent Sevin, proprietor Fontainebleau Garden, N s East Four- 
teenth bet Twenty-third Av. and town line, E. O. 
VINCENT W. R., carriagemaker, Wood bet Railroad Av. and 

Goss, dwl E s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W. 0. 
Vining George, expressman, dwl N s Twenty-second bet Telegraph 

Av. and San Pablo avs. 
Vinson Carlos, pile driver C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Vinzent Charles, mining stocks (S. F.), dwl Fifth Av. 
Vogelsanger Marks ( Vogelsanger & Burgelin), dwl 813 Thirteenth. 
Vogelsanger & Burgelin (Marks Vogelsanger and Louis Burgelin), 

butchers, E s Market nr cor Twelfth. 
Vogt J. D. (J. D. Vogt & Co.), dwl 416 Twelfth. 
Vogt J. D. h Co., market, 829 Broadway. 
Voight Charles, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Volker Henry, upholsterer Schreiber & Meyer, dwl E s San Pablo 

nr Twenty-second. 
Von Amnion Bernard (Ammon, Caspari & Co., S. F.), merchant, 

dwl W s Linden bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Von Pfister Ramsay, mining secretary (S. F.), dwl 306 Tenth. 
Von Schultzen Henry, stableman Edward M. Derby, S s Adams Av. 

bet town line and Fruit Vale, E. O. 
Voorhees Eugene F., painter W. M. Ballantyne, dwl 323 Ninth. 
Voorhees Lot, clerk, dwl 323 Ninth. 
VOORHIES WILLIAM VAN, attorney at law, office and dwl 

Benitz Block. 
Vosburgh C. M. (widow), dwl S s Brown cor Grove. 
Vosburgh James, machinist, dwl N s Railroad Av. nr Pine, W. O. 
Voslauber Harry, shoemaker Bernard Nedderman, dwl Eastern 

Hotel, E. O. 
Voss J., clerk, dwl NW cor Cedar and West Eighth, W. 0. 
Voss J. S., tinsmith, dwl West Fifteenth nr Cypress, W. O. 
Vrooman Emma Mrs., teacher Jefferson Street School, dwl S s Six- 
teenth bet Jefferson and Grove. 



Plain and fancy ice cream made to order at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth St. 



0. F. S— Oatmeal and corn meal, 116 Ninth St. nr Broadway— 0. P. S. 



OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 



377 



Vroonian Emily Mrs., teacher Lafayette Primary School, dwl SW 

cor Jefferson and Sixteenth. 
Yrooman Henry, assistant city attorney, office 9 City Hall, dwl SW 

cor Jefferson and Sixteenth. 



w. 

Wa Cheung & Co. (Chinese), tea, coffee and cigars, 377 Seventh. 
WACHS AAROX N., dry and fancy goods, 1017 Broadway, dwl 

cor Sixteenth and Clay. 
Wade Joseph L., printer, dwl 562 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Wade Simon H. printer (S. R), dwl SW cor Eleventh Av. and East 

Eighteenth, E. O. 
Wadleigh Charles, stableman, dwl 860 Broadway. 
Wadsley T., gardener, dwl E s Franklin bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Wadsworth C. T>., carpenter Dexter Windmill Co., dwl St. Charles 

Hotel. 
Wagar Lemuel, blacksmith, dwl 1005 Franklin. 
Wagner Charles, butcher, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Wagner James, carpenter, dwl Adeline nr Thirty-second. 
Wagner William, confectioner (S. F.), dwl W s Campbell bet Rail- 
road Av. and West Eighth, W. O. 
Wain wright John, salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Williow nr Pine, W. O. 
Wainwright Mary C. (widow), dwl 70-4 Brush. 
Wait Edward B., carpenter Blethen ife Terry, dwl NW cor Webster 

and First. 
Waite John, stair builder George M. Blair, dwl W s Franklin bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth. 
Waitt Alfred C, bookkeeper, dwl 271 Tenth. 
Wakefield Leland H. ( Wakefield & Co., S. F.), dwl 353 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Wakefield William B., sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl 565 Second. 
Wakeman D. (widow), dwl NE cor East Eleventh and Tenth Av. E. O. 
Walbridge Jennie Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School. 
Walbridge W. D., agent, dwl 503 Eleventh. 
Walch Frank, polisher Lutz & Berg, dwl cor Twenty-sixth and 

Union. 
Walch John, molder, dwl N s West Eighteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham, W. O. 
Walch Michael, laborer C. P. R. R, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 
Walcott Edward E., salesman (S. F.), dwl N s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. O. 
Wald Martin T., carpenter, dwl St. Charles Hotel. 
Waldron Austin, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Walker Adam, laborer, dwl 214 Fifth. 
Walker Albert, stair builder, S s Seventh nr Broadway. 
Walker Andrew, farmer, dwl NE cor Bay Place and Broadway. 
Walker G, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W. O. 



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E. W. WOODWAUp & CO., 958 Bdwy, call for catalogue and price list. 



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OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 



Walker C. G., clerk Wells, Fargo & Co., dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Walker Charles, clerk Chase & Baker, dwl S s Seward bet Wood 

and Pine, W. O. 
Walker Charles, shipwright C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Walker Christopher, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Walker David, commission merchant, dwl asWhington bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth. 
Walker E. B. (widow), dwl 1057 Washington. 
Walker Edward, carpenter, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Curtis and 

West. 
Walker George M., carpenter, dwl NW cor Twenty-first Av. and 

East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Walker Henry H, teamster, dwl N s Taylor bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. O. 
Walker James, dwl Fourteenth nr West. 
Walker James, patternmaker, dwl 659 Jefferson. 
Walker Jeremiah P., dairyman Sterry Walker, Piedmont Spring 

Road nr town line, E. O. 
Walker J. H, hostler Downing & Johnson, dwl 414 Sixth. 
Walker J. H., machine hand Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl N s 

Bay bet Goss and Division, W. O. 
Walker J. M., capitalist, dwl Twelfth bet Jackson and Alice. 
Walker John C, shoemaker Daniel Stuart, dwl E s Fifth Av. nr 

East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Walker John R., watchman C. P. R. R. Wharf, dwl E s Lewis bet 

West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Walker R., carpenter, 1102 Broadway. 
Walker Sterry, dairy, Piedmont Spring Road nr town line, E. O., 

dwl N s Seventeenth bet Brush and West. 
Walker Wilbur, bookkeeper Blethen & Terry, dwl 1004 West Third, 

w. o. 

Wall A. B., carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Wood and Pine, 

W. O. 
Wall Benjamin P., student, dwl NW cor Brown and West. 
Wall Jesse S., merchant, dwl SW cor Tenth and Clay. 
Wall Philip, deck hand C. P. R, R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Wall Sarah J. (widow), dwl NW cor Brown and West. 
Wallace Caleb H, station agent C. P. R. R., dwl 762 Sixth. 
Wallace Charles A., engineer, dwl W s Filbert bet West Eighth and 

West Tenth, W. 0. 
Wallace Edward, stock raiser, dwl 417 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Wallace Edward, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Wallace George, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 
Wallace George H, wire ropeniaker, dwl 562 Eleventh. 
Wallace J. M., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl 362 

Fourth. 
Wallace John A., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet 

Pine and Wood, W. O. 
Wallace Michael, laborer, dwl Twenty-eighth nr Union. 
Wallace Michael, mason, dwl W s Peralta nr Lincoln, W. O. 



The test ice cream freezers for sale at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth Street. 



0. F. S— Oakland Feed Store, 416 Ninth St. near Broadway— 0. F. S. 



OAKLAND [ \y ] DIRECTORY. 



379 



Wallace Peter, trainer D. J. Green, dwl nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Wallace Robert B., dwl 364 Tenth. 

Wallace Thomas, machinist, dwl Charter Oak Hotel. 

Wallace Waller, clerk, dwl 831 Madison. 

Walley George H., carpenter Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl 

West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Wallis B. Frank, clerk Burnham, Standeford & Co. 
Walrath Robert H., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl West Oakland House, 

W. 0. 
Walsh Cornelius, plumber, dwl cor Twenty-sixth and Union. 
Walsh Ellen (widow), dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Walsh Frederick, laborer C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Walsh John T., painter, dwl 165 Second. 
Walsh Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor West Third and 

Lewis, W. O. 
Walsh Nathaniel, machinist C. P. R. R., W. 0. 
Walsh Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., dwl NE cor West Third and 

Lewis, W. O. 
Waltenspiel Albert C, engineer C. P. R. R., dwl S s Goss bet Wood 

and Willow, W. O. 
Walter W. A. (Shakespear & W.), dwl 606 Fourteenth. 
Walters Frederick, laundryman Charles Partenscky, N s West 

Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, W. O. 
Walters John, ship carpenter, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Wood and 

Pine, W. O. 
Waltham Charles L., printer, dwl 971 Washington. 
Walton Henry, tailor, dwl 403 Ninth. 
Wand Thomas N., dwl S s West Ninth bet Chester and Peralta, 

W. 0. 
Wandesforde Juan B., artist, dwl N s Sycamore bet Telegraph Av. 

and Grove. 
Wands Mary J. (widow), dwl N s Sixteenth bet Clay and Jefferson. 
Wangerin Joseph, hairdresser J. Bowman, dwl 725 Myrtle. 
Wanz Samuel, dwl W s Linden bet West Eighteenth and West 

Twentieth, W. O. 
Ward Benjamin, dwl S s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 
Ward Benjamin, carpenter, dwl W s Kirkham bet West Eighth and 

West Ninth, W. O. 
Ward Charles P., carpenter, dwl S s Eleventh bet Webster and Har- 
rison. 
Ward David H, dwl Lake Av. opp. Madison. 
Ward Dennis, laborer, dwl 409 Seventh. 

Ward Edward, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-first bet Market and Curtis. 
Ward Henry, carpenter, dwl W s Campbell bet Lincoln and West 

Twelfth, W. O. 
Ward H. W., laborer P. H. Cordes, cor San Pablo and Park avs. 
Ward Jolm, foreman laborers C. P. R. R., dwl SW cor Cedar and 

William, W. O. 
Ward John, milkman, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Linden and Filbert, 

W. O. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Bdwy, houses rented— rents collected. 



380 OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 

Ward Lawrence, laborer, dwl N s Twenty-second nr San Pablo 

Av. 
Ward Patrick, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
Ward Thomas, laborer, dwl W s Campbell bet Chase and Taylor, 

w. o. 

Ward Thomas, gardener Jesse S. Wall, SW cor Tenth and Clay. 
Ward Thomas, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Ward Thomas, stableman, dwl 860 Broadway. 
Ward V., real estate agent, office and dwl 469 Tenth. 
Warden James, farmer, dwl Chestnut bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second. 
Ware Phillip H., carpenter C. P. R. R., res Temescal. 
Warner Aaron K., capitalist, dwl NE cor Eleventh Av. and East 

Sixteenth, E. O. 
Warner A. L., dwl 953 Castro. 
Warner Chester, dwl 603 Sixth. 
Warner Franklin, real estate and deputy assessor, dwl W s Brush 

bet Second and Third. 
Warner J. D., mining, dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eighth and West 

Ninth, W. O. 
Warnholz Henry, painter, dwl E s Center bet West Fifteenth and 

West Sixteenth, W. O. 
Warren Edward, plumber A. Gemmell, dwl Eland House. 
Warren Erastus W. (W. C. Mason & Co.), dwl NW cor Eighth Av. 

and East Seventeenth, E. 0. 
Wan-en George A, workman U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl E s Wood bet 

West Eighth and Chase, W. O. 
Warren John, dwl Union nr Twenty-eighth. 
Warren J. R., clerk, dwl W s West nr Tenth. 
Warren Joseph A., horse dealer, dwl N s East Thirty-third E of 

Thirteenth Av., E O. 
Warren Orran P., eclectic physician, office and dwl E s Broadway 

opp. City Hall. 
Warthy Thomas, laborer, dwl W s Linden nr West Fourteenth, W. 0. 
Washeim A. L. Mrs., dwl 516 Eighth. 
WASHINGTON BREWERY, Charles Bredhoff proprietor, NE 

cor Broadway and Sixth. 
Washington Brewery Depot, S. T. Mickle agent, 675 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Washington Hall, W. C. Mason & Co. proprietors, 303 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Wasson Joseph, printer, dwl 514 Tenth. 
Water Richard, pile driver C. P. R. R, dwl 1052 Thirteenth Av., 

E. O. 
Waterbury James D., engineer, dwl N s West Eighth bet Kirkham 

and Center, W. O. 
Waterman Elisha K., tinsmith Lynde & Howard, dwl S s East Four- 
teenth bet Tenth and Eleventh avs, E. O. 
Waters C. W., stableman, dwl N s West Twelfth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 381 

Waters Jesse, brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. O. 

Waters Peter, laborer Contra Costa "Water Co., dwl 409 Seventh. 

Waters Richard, carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

"Watkins Henry, sawyer Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl "Willow 
bet Chase and Taylor, W. O. 

Watkins Philip, watchman C. P. R. R., dwl W s Wallow bet Chase 
and Taylor, W. O. 

"Watkins Riley, artesian well borer, dwl 814 Alice. 

"Watkinson H., bookkeeper Contra Costa "Water Co., dwl 458 Eighth. 

Watkinson W T illiam, switch tender C. P. R. R., dwl 370 Seventh. 

"Watson Clark, carpenter, dwl NE cor Fifth Av. and East Seven- 
teenth, E. O. 

"Watson E. J. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 508 Eighth. 

"Watson Elizabeth Miss, teacher Franklin School, dwl SE cor Seventh 
Av. and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

"Watson George, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W. O. 

Watson George "Ward, bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl W s Eighth Av. bet 
East Eighteenth and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

Watson Henry D., book agent (S. F.), dwl "W s Alice bet Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth. 

Watson H. M., carpenter C. P. R. R, W. O. 

Watson Horace H., marine surveyor (S. F.), dwl N s Bay Place bet 
Broadway and Telegraph Av. 

W T atson James "W., merchant, dwl N s East Seventeenth bet Fifth 
and Sixth avs, E. O. 

"Watson John, carpenter, dwl 423 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Watson John B., real estate, dwl W s Fourth Av. nr East Seven- 
teenth, E. O. 

Watson John E., sawyer Blethen & Terry, dwl N s Twenty-eighth 
bet Linden and Filbert. 

Watson Lizzie Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School. 

Watson Miles, telegraph operator, dwl S s West Eighth bet Willow 
and Campbell, W T . O. 

Watson P. J., clerk (S. F.). dwl 1117 West. 

W r atson W. E., hostler Tinkham & Butterfield, dwl 368 Eleventh. 

Watson William C, plasterer, dwl 310 Fourth. 

Watts J. E., clerk (S. F.), dwl W s Filbert bet West Twelfth and 
W 7 est Fourteenth, W. O. 

W T atts Richard Jr., proprietor Railroad Exchange, NE cor Railroad 
Av. and Bay, W. O. 

Watts William, farmer and proprietor Watt's Tanneiy, foot Thirty- 
fourth, dwl W s Chestnut bet Adeline and San Pablo Av. 

Watts W 7 illiam A., tanner William Watts, dwl cor Thirty-fourth 
and Chestnut. 

Waynure Frederick, agent (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Center 
and Kirkham, W. O. 

Weatherall Joseph, machinist, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Weathergood Robert, watchman East Oakland Water Works, dwl 
S s East Fourteenth bet Nineteenth and Twentieth avs, E. O. 



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382 OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 

Weaver George, engineer John S. Derby, dwl SE cor East Twelfth 

and Eighteenth Av., E. O. 
Weaver Henry, steward Grand Central Hotel, dwl 610 Fourteenth. 
Webb Alfred H. stock broker (S. F.), dwl N s East Sixteenth bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth avs, E. O. 
Webb Benjamin F., collector (S. F.), dwl N s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W. 0. 
Webb J. J., clerk, dwl W s Campbell bet Seward and Lincoln, W. O. 
Webb Joseph, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 
Webb Richard, student, dwl 511 Third. 
Webb Watson, agent (S. F.), dwl W s Alice bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth. 
Webb William F., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Webber George, clerk, dwl 1108 Market. 

Webber George, mason, dwl S s Twenty-second bet West and Curtis. 
WEBBER MACK, drugs and medicines, NW cor Broadway and 

Eleventh, and Mayor City of Oakland, office 2 City Hall, dwl 

Grand Central Hotel. 
Webber Paul, musician, dwl S s West Eighth bet Union and Poplar, 

w. o. 

Weber Charles H., engineer stm Amelia, dwl S s West Third bet 
Center and Cypress, W. O. 

Weber Valentine, bakery, 880 East Fourteenth, E. O. 

Webster Alphonso, carpenter, dwl 1023 West Third, W. O. 

Webster Alvan B., real estate agent and assessor Brooklyn Township, 
olfice 626 East Twelfth, dwl East Seventeenth bet Tenth and 
Eleventh avs, E. O. 

Webster Edgar J., attorney at law, dwl 713 Tenth. 

Webster E. W., lumber (S. F.), dwl S s Lincoln bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W. O. 

Webster John G., carpenter, dwl 1023 West Third, W. O. 

Webster L. J., carpenter, dwl S s Sixteenth nr West. 

Wedderspoon John (Cross & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl W s Myrtle 
bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 

Wedderspoon Thomas C. (Cross & Co., S. F.), merchant, dwl W s 
Myrtle bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, AV. O. 

Weder Daniel, carpenter, dwl NE cor Leddy and West. 

Wedgwood Charles H., carpenter William O. Wedgwood, dwl N s 
Goss bet Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Wedgwood William O., contractor and builder, dwl N s Goss bet 
Pine and Wood, W. O. 

Weeks George, carriagemaker Henry Weeks, dwl SE cor East Seven- 
teenth and Fifth Av., E. O. 

Weeks George, watchman, dwl Peralta nr Thirty-sixth. 

WEEKS HENRY, carriage manufactory, NE cor East Eleventh 
and Sixth Av., E. O., dwl SE cor East Seventeenth and Fifth 
Av., E. O. 

Weider D., carpenter Burnharn, Standeford & Co. 

Weider F., helper Burnharn, Standeford & Co. 

Weider H, fireman C. P. R. R., W. O. 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 383 

Weidinger George, helper Buraham, Standeford & Co. 

Weidmore George (Weidmore, Henry & Co.), dwl N s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W. O. 
Weidmore, Henry & Co. (George Weidmore, C. E. Henry, and John 

W. Pearson), Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., cor West Eighth and 

Bay, W. O. (office 437 Pine, S. F.), 
Weigant Louis, brewer Keller &, Stevens, dwl SW cor Eighteenth 

Av. and East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Weighl William, president Dexter Windmill Co., office foot Broad- 
way, res San Francisco. 
Weingart Louis, butcher Thomas W. Jarvis, dwl 713 East Twelfth, 

E. O. 
Weintraub Mary (widow), dwl N s William bet Cedar and Bay, W. O. 
Weis Jacob (Philip Umlauff & Co.), dwl 707 Broadway. 
Welch Abram G. (Weston & W.), dwl SW cor Eleventh Av. and 

East Sixteenth, E. O. 
Welch Alfred J., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl N s Lydia bet Market 

and Curtis. 
Welch Cyrus, plasterer, dwl Golden Star Hotel. 
Welch David, helper C. P. P. P., W. O. 

Welch Dominick F., bricklayer, dwl S s Twenty-fourth bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph Av. 
Welch Edward, laborer C. P. P. P., Oakland Ferry Wharf, dwl 

Pailroad Exchange, W. O. 
Welch G. C, dwl 359 Ninth. 
Welch George D., master mechanic Western Division C. P. P. P., 

office Railroad Shops O. P., dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 

W. O. 
Welch L. B., clerk H. L. Roff & Co., dwl SE cor Harrison and 

Ninth. 
Welch Lizzie Miss, domestic Russell House. 
Welch Thomas, laborer, dwl 416 Seventh. 
Welch W., plasterer, dwl 838 Broadway. 
Welch W. B., clerk William B. Hardy, dwl 359 Ninth. 
Welcher Louis, brewer, dwl cor Second and Harrison. 
Welcker W. T., dwl 729 Tenth. 
Weldon Charles E., lumberman C. P. R. P., dwl E s Chester bet 

West Third and West Fifth, W. O. 
Wellbrook Henry, gardener, dwl Franklin nr Eleventh. 
Wellman Bela (Wellman, Peck & Co., 8. P.), merchant, dwl S s 

Adams Av. bet town line and Fruit Vale, E. 0. 
Wells Austin A., carpenter, dwl 962 Grove. 
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S EXPRESS, R. C. Gaskill agent, office 

917 Broadway. 
Wells John, whitewasher, dwl 808 Alice, rear. 
Wells M. E., cutter, dwl 905 Washington. 
Wells Norfolk W., farmer and wool grower, dwl E s Telegraph Av. 

bet Twentieth and Twenty-first. 
Wells N. T., mate C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Wells S. T. Rev., dwl 1019 Fifth Av., E. O. 



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E. W. WOODWARD & CO., 958 Broadway, Oakland Real Estate. 

384 OAKLAND [ "\\7" ] DIRECTORY. 

Wells Thomas, clerk, dwl E s Linden bet "West Twelfth and West 

Fourteenth, W. O. 
Wells Thomas A., clerk, dwl E s Telegraph Av. bet Twentieth and 

Twenty-first. 

"Well-wood , dwl 503 Eleventh. 

Welsh Martin, lather, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Welsh Patrick, lather, dwl N s Twelfth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Welsh William, tinner, dwl West Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirk- 
ham, W. O. 

Welti Edward, waiter August Mathews, dwl 419 Ninth. 

Wemmer David, proprietor Teutonia Hall, 471-475 Eighth. 

Wemmer John, cabinetmaker, 422 Ninth, dwl 921 Broadway. 

Wenk Charles, porter, dwl E s Telegraph Av. nr Thirty-ninth. 

Wentworth Mark T., carpenter, dwl E s Henry bet West Third and 
West Fifth, W. O. 

Wenzel Frank, carpenter, dwl E s Twenty-first bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Werder J., farmer, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Werner J. E., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 

Werner Laurence, shoemaker, dwl E s Peralta nr San Pablo Av. 

Wesley , waiter Tubb's Hotel, dwl Chase bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

WEST END HOTEL, Isaac Stanching proprietor, cor Railroad Av. 

and Peralta, W. O. 
West Frank, fireman, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 

w. o. 

West Hammond R., carpenter, dwl E s Sixth Av. bet East Eigh- 
teenth and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

West John D., laundryman, dwl NW cor West Seventeenth and Kirk- 
ham, W. 0. 

West John H., driver James Larue, dwl E s Sixth Av. bet East 
Eighteenth and East Nineteenth, E. O. 

West R. G., carpenter, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Campbell, 
W. O. 

West William W., dwl NE cor Fifth Av. and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Westall Martha (widow), dwl 617 Thirteenth. 

Westan Edward, carpenter, dwl W'est Oakland House, W. O. 

Westerclahl William, upholsterer E. Hook, dwl cor Seventh and 
Franklin. 

Westermann A., workman Washington Brewery, dwl 826 Broadway. 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO., B. R Bates manager, 
offices Union Bank Building, SE cor Broadway and Ninth, 
Grand Central Hotel, and SE cor Thirteenth Av. and East 
Twelfth, E. O. 

Weston C, clerk, dwl N s West Eighth bet Center and Kirkham, 

w. o. 

Weston Francis E. ( Weston & Welch), dwl NE cor Broadway and 
Moss Av. 

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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 385 

Weston J. D., carpenter, dwl E s Market nr Eighteenth. 

Weston Patrick, laborer, dwl Linden bet Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth. 

Weston & Welch (F. E. Weston and Abram G. Welch), proprietors 

Clinton Flouring Mills, SW cor East Eleventh and Twelfth Av., 

E. O. 
Westover Albert E., plasterer, dwl 669 Fourth. 
Wethern George H., student, dwl 954 West Fifth, W. 0. 
Wethern Mary (widow), lodgings (S. F.), dwl 954 West Fifth, W. O. 
Wethers Mary Mrs., cook, 503 Eleventh. 
Wetmore Chauncey E., real estate, dwl 833 Market. 
Wetmore H., miner, dwl Peralta nr Thirty-fourth. 
Wetmore Jesse L., dwl 1009 Clay. 
Wetmore S., clerk, dwl West Fifteenth bet Cypress and Kirkham, 

W. O. 
Wetmore William P., plasterer, dwl 563 Eleventh. 
Weyer Joseph, teamster Alameda Macadamizing Co. 
WEYMOUTH TOBIAS D., carriage manufacturer, 365 Eleventh, 

dwl NE cor San Pablo Av. and Delger. 
Whaley John, gardener, dwl S s Seventeenth bet Market and West. 
Whaley John, laborer, dwl NW cor Sixteenth and Castro. 
Whalley Emily Mrs., dwl 623 Tenth. 
Whalley J. W., stampmaker P. E. Davis, dwl 623 Tenth. 
Wharton John R. (Hunt & W.), dwl SE cor Twenty-first Av. and 

East Twenty-fifth, E. O. 
Wharton Maria, hairdresser, 474 Eighth. 
Wheaton George H. (Wheaton, Collins <k Luhr's, S. F.), merchant, 

dwl Lake Av. bet Jackson and Madison. 
Wheaton William P., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl E s Poplar bet 

West Tenth and West Twelfth, W. O. 
Wheeler E. C, physician, dwl Grand Western Hotel. 
Wheeler Frederick, carpenter, dwl W s Center bet Ninth and Tenth, 

w. o. 

Wheeler James, laborer, dwl Linden nr Twenty-eighth. 

Wheeler J. P., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl S s Six- 
teenth bet Jefferson and Grove. 

Wheeler Osgood C, general baggage agent C. P. Pv. P., dwl 953 
Castro, W. O. 

Wheeler R., master mariner, dwl 757 Webster. 

Wheeler William, blacksmith, dwl West Sixteenth bet Cypress and 
Center. 

Whelan Alanson, carpenter, dwl 311 Fourth. 

Whipfier Leopold, cabinetmaker, dwl W s Grove nr Twenty-eighth. 

Whipple Orrison, bookkeeper James Larue, SE cor Sixth Av. and 
East Nineteenth, E. O. 

Whitcher Jeremiah E., assessor Oakland Township, office 462 Ninth, 
dwl NW cor Grove and Eighth. 

Whitcher John A., deputy assessor, dwl NW cor Grove and Eighth. 

Whitcomb George H, helper Blethen & Terry, dwl SE cor Third 
and Castro. 

Whitcomb G. F., foreman laborers C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 



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Whitcomb S. J., painter C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, W. 0. 
White A. Augustus, merchant (S. F.), dwl 950 Brush. 
White A. D., clerk, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Adeline. 
White Amos, livery and sale stable, 1105 and 1107 Broadway, res 

San Jose. 
White Carlos, manager Pacific Newspaper Publishing Co. (S. F.), 

dwl 624 Twelfth. 
White Charles, plumber, dwl 1067 Thirteenth Av., E. O. 
White Charles T., carpenter, dwl 573 Eighth. 
White Charles W., merchant (S. F.), dwl W s Peralta bet Railroad 

Av. and West Eighth, W. O. 
White Edward, whitewasher, dwl NE cor Pine and Railroad Av., 

w. o. 

White E. R., brakeman C. P. R. R., dwl West Fifteenth nr Cypress, 

W. 0. 
White G. Mrs. (widow), dwl S s William bet Wood and Pine, W. O. 
White Henry, refreshment saloon, SW cor First Av. and East 

Twelfth, E. 0. 
White Henry K., dwl W s Chester bet West Third and West Fifth, 

W. 0. 
White Henry K., cooper (S. F.), dwl S s West Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham, W. O. 
White James E., editor Signs of the Times, office Castro bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth, dwl cor Eleventh and Castro. 
White James J. (Bice & W.), dwl E s West bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth. 
White John B., real estate, dwl 926 Myrtle. 

White John C, architect, dwl NW cor Linden and Twenty-second. 
White Joshua, carpenter, dwl S s West Eighth bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
White L. E. Miss, teacher new Franklin Grammar School, res San 

Francisco. 
White M., mill hand Pacific Lumber and Mill Co., dwl Central Pacific 

Railroad House, W. O. 
White Michael, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., dwl E s Grove bet 

Caledonia and Sycamore. 
White Orrin E., carpenter, dwl 916 Harrison. 
White Thomas, bricklayer Remillard & Bros., dwl E s Washington 

bet Third and Fourth. 
White W. C, mailing clerk Signs of the Times, dwl cor Eleventh 

and Castro. 
White William C, tinsmith Lynde & Howard, dwl Thirteenth Av. 

bet East Eleventh and East Twelfth, E. O. 
White W. W., agent, dwl 1ST s West Eighth bet Kirkham and Center, 

w. o. 

Whitehead R. O. (Castello & W.), dwl 516 Eighth. 

Whitely John, hay dealer, dwl W s Market bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth. 

Whitemore C. W., engraver, dwl S s West Eighth bet Campbell and 
Willow, W. O. 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 387 

Whiteside "VV. R., painter, dwl N s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, W. O. 

Whiting Edward, blacksmith, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 

Whiting James, porter C. P. P. R., dwl S s East Nineteenth bet 
Thirteenth and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 

Whiting Lewis, whitener, dwl S s East Nineteenth bet Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth avs, E. O. 

Whiting Ruggles, sheep dealer, dwl 414 Fifth. 

Whitlock Robert, asphaltum worker, dwl E s Grove nr Sycamore. 

Whitman William W. (Burns, W. & Gardiner), dwl N s Twenty- 
second bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs. 

Whitney Alonzo D., dwl E s Adeline bet Forty-second and Forty- 
third. 

Whitney Joseph, blacksmith, dwl S s Taylor bet Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 

Whitney S. C, carpenter, dwl Eighteenth nr Market. 

Whitney William, student, dwl Adeline nr Forty-second. 

WHITNEY & CO.'S EXPRESS. Matthew Langstaff president, 
Robert Barlow secretary, office 855 Broadway. 

Whittier John W., painter, dwl 516 Seventh. 

Whitty John, laborer, dwl 41 G Seventh. 

Wiand R., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

Wiand S. C, carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co., dwl W s Tele- 
graph Av. nr Seventeenth. 

Wickersham Albert, mill hand, dwl Eland House. 

Wickersham Benjamin F., clerk William G. Dinsmore, dwl NE cor 
Jefferson and Fifteenth. 

Wickersham M. S. Mrs., dwl 1068 Broadway. 

Wicks Patrick, dwl Union nr Twenty-sixth. 

Wickware George C, capitalist, dwl 563 Eleventh. 

Wiemeyer K. F. (Journal Company), res Sacramento City. 

Wieser Nicol, waiter Pagge & Malacarne, dwl SE cor Broadway and 
Seventh. 

Wiesser John, watchmaker and jeweler, S s Railroad Av. bet Wood 
and Pine, W. O. 

Wiggin Marcus P., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl W s San Pablo Av. 
bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth. 

Wightman James (Lowry & W., S. F.), dwl Washington bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth. 

Wilberman Jacob, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Wilbert Jacob (Wilbert & /Schellhaas), dwl 617 Broadway. 

Wilbert & Schellhaas (Jacob Wilbert and Henry Schellhaas), furni- 
ture, bedding, etc., 413 Twelfth. 

Wilbur Sidney Rev., rector Church of the Advent, dwl S s Sixteenth 
Av. bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth, E. O. 

Wilburtson F. E., clerk, dwl S s Fifteenth bet Market and West. 

Wilcox B., carpenter, dwl S s Lydia bet Market and Curtis. 

WILCOX BLOCK, SW cor Broadway and Ninth. 

Wilcox David (E. B. Dean <h Co., S. F.), dwl Fourteenth bet Web- 
ster and Harrison. 



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Wilcox Grain Warehouse, NE cor Jefferson and First. 

WILCOX HERBERT E., importer hardware, agricultural imple- 
ments, etc., 955 Broadway, dwl cor East Fourteenth and Elev- 
enth Av., E. 0. 

Wilcox James, carpenter, dwl N s Twelfth bet Kirkham and Center. 

Wilcox James, engineer, dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Pine and Wood, 
W. 0. 

Wilcox John, machinist, dwl E s Gross bet Cedar and Bay, W. 0. 

WILCOX P. S., capitalist and president Oakland Bank of Savings, 
office 915 Broadway, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 

Wilcox W., carpenter California Bridge and Building Co. 

Wild Albert, painter, dwl S s Fourteenth nr West. 

Wild John, carpenter, dwl E s Eleventh Av. bet East Eleventh and 
East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Wild Timothy, laborer, dwl S s West Ninth nr Center, W. 0. 

Wilde John C, clerk (S. F.), dwl SW cor Eleventh Av. and East 
Nineteenth, E. 0. 

Wilder A., salesman (S. F.), dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and 
Willow, W. 0. 

Wilder D. E., dwl cor Linden and Twenty-second. 

Wilderman Hugh, ship carpenter, dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Wilkerson Roderigo, messenger (S. F.), dwl Chase bet Pine and 
Wood, W. 0. 

W 7 ilkins C. W., carpenter, dwl Alta House. 

Wilkins William T., driver Oakland, Brooklyn & Fruit Yale R. R., 
dwl W s Fifth Av. bet East Eleventh and East Twelfth, E. 0. 

Wilkinson Charles J., plumber, dwl S s Seventh bet Brush and 
Market. 

Wilkinson William H., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl S s William bet 
Willow and Wood, W. 0. 

Wilkinson William H., foreman C. P. R. R. Co.'s car shops, dwl S 
s William bet Wood and Willow, W. 0. 

Willard Erastus W., grocer, dwl NW cor Eighth Av. and East Sev- 
enteenth, E. 0. 

Willard John F., machinist (S. F.), dwl SW cor William and Wood, 

w. o. 

Willard Joseph W., traveling agent California Powder Works (S. F.), 

dwl SE cor East Ninth and Sixth Av., E. 0. 
Willcutt Joseph L., secretary S. P. R. R. Co. (S. F.), dwl Ws Linden 

bet West Eighth and West Tenth, W. 0. 
Willet Eli H., salesman (S. F.), dwl NW cor William and Pine, 

W. 0. 
Willet Henry, butcher, dwl Thirty-seventh nr San Pablo Av. 
Willey Frederick W., watchman C. P. R. R., dwl E s Pine bet 

Atlantic and William, W. 0. 
Willey John, patent medicine manufacturer, 416 First, res San 

Francisco. 
Willey L. A. Miss, proprietor Mansion House, NE cor Broadway 

and Fourteenth. 
Williams A. B., dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Union and Kirkham, W. 0. 



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OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 389 

Williams J., fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Thoroughfare. 
Williams James, horseshoer T. T. Williams, dwl NE cor Third and 
Williams A. L., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Williams Alexander G., farmer, Park Tract nr Indian Gulch, E. O. 
Williams Alpheus F., mining, dwl SWcor Brown and Telegraph Av. 
Williams Andrew Mrs. (widow), dwl N s East Seventeenth bet 

Ninth and Tenth avs, E. O. 
Williams Antonio, painter, dwl 677 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Williams B., professor music, dwl N s Tenth bet Market and West. 
Williams Benjamin F., shipjoiner C. P. R. R., dwl N s Goss bet Pine 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Williams B. S. E., special policeman C. P. R. R., dwl Star House, 

W. O. 
Williams Caleb O., dwl SW cor Twenty-second and Brush. 
Williams Charles, laborer, dwl Sixteenth Av. bet East Fourteenth 

and East Fifteenth, E. O. 
Williams Charles S., merchant, dwl 1020 Eighth Av., E. O. 
Williams Charlotte Mrs., dressmaker, 473 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Williams Curtis P., master mariner, dwl 512 East Fifteenth, E. 0. 
Williams Frank, gardener, dwl S s Brown bet Grove and West. 
Williams H., bricklayer California Bridge and Building Co. 

Franklin. 
Williams James (Baker <k W.), dwl 424 Third. 
Williams James,- hackman, dwl 860 Broadway. 
Williams James, photographer (S. F.), dwl 257 Eighth. 
Williams J. J., draughtsman, dwl Peralta nr Thirty-fourth. 
Williams J. J., sawyer, dwl Fourteenth nr Market. 
Williams J. 1ST., capitalist, dwl W s Myrtle bet West Eighth and 

West Tenth, W. O. 
Williams John, dwl Oakland Trotting Park. 
Williams John, laborer, dwl SW cor Second and Harrison. 
Williams John F., bookkeeper (S. F.), dwl 1165 West. 
Williams John W., carpenter, dwl 408 Thirteenth. 
Williams Joseph, fireman C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Louise. 
Williams Joseph B., dwl N s East Seventeenth bet Ninth and Tenth 

avs, E. O. 
Williams Joseph H. H, mining, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Williams L. L., patternmaker, dwd 1106 Market. 
Williams Mark A., painter, dwl S s Twenty-second bet Telegraph. 

and San Pablo avs. 
Williams Nicholas, proprietor Oyster Home and bakery, 463 and 465 

Seventh, dwl Bartlett House. 
Williams Prince Albert, laborer, dwl S s East Thirtv-fifth nr town 

line, E. O. 
Williams Robert, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

W. 0. 
Williams Robert E., gardener Edward P. Flint, W s Washington 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth. 
Williams R. S. E., special policeman, dwl W s Railroad Av. nr Pine, 

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Williams Samson, porter C. P. R. R., dwl 409 Sixth. 

"Williams Setli, laborer, dwl NE cor Eighteenth and Market. 

Williams T. C, dwl N s West Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Williams Thomas, horseshoer, dwl 663 Franklin. 

Williams Thomas H., attorney at law (S. F.), dwl junction Eleventh 
and Market. 

Williams Thomas S. (Xing &• W.), dwl E s Webster nr Seventeenth. 

Williams Thomas T., horseshoer 413 Fourth, dwl cor Third and 
Franklin. 

Williams Thomas W., master mariner, dwl E s Webster nr Seven- 
teenth. 

Williams William, bootmaker, dwl 475 East Twelfth, E. O. 

Williams William, clerk Mrs. Margaret Smith, dwl 477 Eighth. 

Williamson Andrew, machinist, dwl E s Pine bet Seward and Lin 
coin, W. O. 

Williamson Robert, clerk, dwl N s Twelfth bet Market and West. 

Willis John L., laborer, dwl N s West Sixteenth nr Chestnut, W. O. 

Willis Walter W., dwl E s Adeline bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth. 

Willy G. F., blacksmith, dwl 1117 West. 

Willy John W., carpenter, dwl 1117 West. 

Wilsey Louis D., mason, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 

Wilson A., blacksmith, dwl San Pablo Av. junction Adeline. 

Wilson A., carpenter C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Wilson Adelbert, police officer City Hall, dwl 518 Fifth. 

Wilson Catherine (widow), proprietress Railroad House, 1069 Four- 
teenth Av., E. O. 

Wilson C. E., attorney at law, dwl 710 Tenth. 

Wilson Charles, conductor local train C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Wilson C. N., farmer, dwl E s Adeline bet West Eighteenth and 
West Twentieth, W. O. 

Wilson Emma W., proprietress Knox House, W s Telegraph Av. nr 
Sycamore. 

Wilson Daniel R., carpenter, dwl W s Market bet Ninth and Tenth/ 

Wilson Frederick J., butcher J. T. Gross, dwl West Oakland Hotel, 
W. 0. 

Wilson George S. , carpenter, dwl S s Twentieth bet Curtis and West. 

Wilson J., farm hand, dwl San Pablo Av. nr Oakland Trotting Park. 

Wilson James, dwl NW cor Seventh Av. and East Eighteenth, E. O. 

Wilson J. H. Mrs., dressmaker, dwl 565 Seventh. 

Wilson John, dwl cor Twenty-second and Curtis. 

Wilson John, horseshoer Michael Sullivan, dwl Mansion House, E. O. 

Wilson John A., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., res San Fran- 
cisco. 

Wilson Joseph L., workman U. S. Mint (S. F.), dwl SW cor Market 
and Eighteenth. 

Wilson Josie H. (widow), dwl 946 Myrtle, W. O. 

Wilson L. Mrs., midwife, dwl 1080 Fourteenth Av., E. O. 

Wilson Martin, carpenter, dwl 804 Franklin. 

Wilson Mary R. Mrs., dwl W s Telegraph Av. nr Sycamore. 

Wilson M. S., miner, dwl S s West Fourteenth nr Linden, W. O. 



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Wilson Peter, laborer, dwl 364 Seventh. 

Wilson P. F., mining, dwl S s West Fourteenth bet Linden and Fil- 
bert, W. O. 

Wilson Samuel, conductor C. P. R. R., dwl 270 Seventh. 

Wilson Samuel H., baker, dwl S s Lydia nr Curtis. 

Wilson Sarah H. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School. 

Wilson Thomas, firenian C. P. R. R. Co.'s stm Alameda. 

Wilson W. Frank, ladies' shoemaker Cornor & Broad, dwl cor East 
Seventeenth and Sixth Av., E. 0. 

Wilson William, carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. 0. 

Wilson William, laborer, dwl 720 Myrtle. 

WILSON WILLIAM, watches, jewelry, and silverware, 961 Broad- 
way, dwl 962 Clay. 

Wilson William F., shoemaker, dwl NW cor Seventh Av. and East 
Eighteenth, E. O. 

Wilson W. J. , mariner, dwl S s Goss bet Wood and Willow, W. O. 

Wiltermood Lemuel, carpenter, dwl 420 Third. 

Wimble Thomas, express, dwl S s Twenty -fourth bet Broadway and 
Telegraph Av. 

Winan Cornelius, painter, dwl Union bet Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth. 

Winans Edward, barkeeper (S. F.), dwl N s Railroad Av. bet Wil- 
low and Campbell, W. O. 

Winant Charles, oysterman N. Williams, dwl Eureka Hotel. 

Winant James J., wholesale oyster dealer (S. F.), dwl 807 Market. 

Winant Jasper N., wholesale oyster dealer (S. F.), dwl 807 Market. 

Winant Mark, carpenter, dwl 807 Market. 

Winant William W, oyster dealer (S. F), dwl 711 Fourth. 

Winchell Samuel, carpenter, dwl N s West Ninth bet Center and 
Chester, W. O. 

Winchester Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School. 

Winchester John P., salesman (S. F.), dwl S s Twenty-first bet San 
Pablo and Telegraph avs. 

Winchester William, engineer C. P. R. R., W. O. 

Windle Peter, clerk (S. F.), dwl E s Kirkham bet West Eighth and 
West Ninth, W. O. 

Wines Charles B., master mariner, dwl N s West Fifth bet Chester 
and Henry, W. O. 

Winesett Edward, lather, dwl 462 Fifth. 

W infield Cecil, carpenter, dwl 522 Eighth. 

Wing N. P., painter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, W. O. 

Wingate Isaac C, Oakland and San Francisco Express, dwl 701 
Washington. 

Winkler Jacob, hairdresser Charles Bartel, dwl Fourth bet Clay and 
Jefferson. 

Winkler O., baker Joseph Branstetter, dwl 908 Broadway. 

Winlock James, molder, dwl NW cor East Eleventh and Twelfth 
Av., E. O. 

Winn John, laborer Alameda Macadamizing Co. 

Winne W., carpenter Burnham, Standeford & Co. 



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Winrrington Samuel, carpenter, dwl 666 Tenth. 

Winslow G Mrs., dwl S s Ninth bet Castro and Grove. 

"Winslow Henry E., fireman U. S. Mint (S. E), dwl E s Wood bet 

Goss and West Eighth, W. O. 
Winslow T., calker C. P. R. R, W. 0. 
Winsor Serril, California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, junction 

Park Av. and East Twelfth, E. O., dwl 562 East Eleventh, E. O. 
Winston Emmet, rancher, dwl S s Sixteenth bet Market and West. 
Winter Charles, real estate, dwl W s Sixth Av. bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth, E. O. 
Winter James, capitalist, dwl Grand Central Hotel. 
Winters John J., carpenter C. P. R. R., dwl Railroad Exchange, 

w. o. 

Winthrop House, Andrew McGerry proprietor, 409 Seventh. 
Wintringer Leander, superintendent Oakland, Brooklyn, and Fruit 

Vale R. R., dwl Tubbs' Hotel. 
Wintringer Leander Jr., plumber and gasfitter Frederick Schimmel- 

pfennig Jr., dwl S s East Sixteenth bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 

avs, E. O. 
Wirth Charles T., liquor saloon, 321 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Wise Barzillai J., dwl 1065 Jackson. 

Withers W. E., brakeman C. P. R. R., Oakland Ferry Wharf. 
Witkowsky Nathan, salesman Edward Burnett, dwl Seventh nr 

Franklin. 
Wittland William, commission merchant (S. F.), dwl E s Campbell 

bet Railroad Av. and West Eighth, W. O. 
Woerner Jacob, butcher, 18 City Market, dwl NW cor Jefferson and 

Fifteenth. 
Wolf John, harnessmaker, dwl 962 Grove. 
Wolf John W., commission produce (S. F.), dwl SW cor William 

and Cedar, W. O. 
Wolfskill Edward, dwl W s Poplar bet West Tenth and West Twelfth, 

W. 0. 
Wolfsohn William, merchant, dwl 362 Eighth. 
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