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REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 




Book No 



Accession 



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563937 



NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



FORM 3427-5000-8-46 



SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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WAGONS SUPPLY FAMILIES WITH 

In Oakland, llcrkeley ami Alameda. 



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4:12 OT-J-A.Y ST. 

Importers, Dealers and Manufacturers of 

Wire Goods, Coal and Ore Screens, Wire Netting, Wire Stands, 
BATTERY CLOTH, etc , 

Window and Door Screens for excluding flies, 

IRON AND STEEL WIRE ROPE 

For Rigging, Mining and Hoisting Purposes. 



Also, Wire and WIRE WORK of all descriptions MADE TO ORDER. 



Sole Proprietor of the 



ATENT ENDLESS ROPEWAY - WIRE TRAMWAY 

For Transporting Ore* over XuiintHin Place*. 



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Sole Agent* for the 

H olio w ay Fire Extinguishc . 

ORREY'S WEATHER STnTp'slor Excluding DUST an RAIN. 

A. S. HALIjIDIE, Propr rt( . 






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PUMPS, PIPING and every variety ol goods and Machinery connected with our 

FURNISHED TO ORDER, 
i Semi for Descriptive Circulars and Price Lists. . 
Manufacture offici .cor. Market and Bealests., SAX I 

W. I. TUST1N, PATEHTKE. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



G-O TO THIE 

CHAMPION TAILOR 

If you want a Fine Fit ! 



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No. 48 Second Street. 



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Bible Unepalled in variety of contents, elegance of Style, and Cheapness ol Price. 



(Will Remove in November to 1039 Market St.) 



11. 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



B. McCULLOUGH. 



J. DA VIES. 



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JOBBING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY 
ATTENDED TO. 



Residence 189 Third St. 

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SHATTUCK'S HALL, 
863 Broadway, bet, Seventh and Eighth, Oakland. 



The above popular room has just been lav- 
ishly refurnished and carpeted throughout, and 
will compare favorably with the first-class Bil- 
liard Saloons of the metropolis. 

J. FENNESSY, Proprietor. 



Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. iii. 



LEWIS PETERSON. JOHM OLBBON. 

PETERSON & OLSSON, 

SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MODELS FOR INVENTORS. 

— . EMBLEMATIC SIGNS. S 

Manubacthrehs of 

Weather Vanes, Chemical Apparatus, 

Tea Canisters, Liquor Measures, 

L^Pumps, Syphons, and all descriptions 

mof Lanterns, Theatrical Properties, etc. 

W^gggf^g^ 328 BUSH ST. 

Between Montgomery and Kearny Streets, 

(UP STAIRS) SAN FRANCISCO. 

Starkweather & Son, 

IMPORTERS OF 

Carpets and Oil Cloths 



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1153 BROADWAY, 
Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, Oakland. 



The Latest Patterns of 



Body Brussels, Tapestries, Three-Ply and Ingrains, 

OIL CLOTHS OF ALL WIDTHS, 

Rugs, Mats and Matting in all varieties constantly on 

hand. Old carpets taken up, cleaned, and re-laid 

the same day, -when desired. Curtain 

Work done to order, and perfect 

satisfaction guaranteed. 



IV. OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

THE 

Oakland Carpet Store. 



CHAS. L. TAYLOR, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

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irpets, «,. , 

PAPER HANGINGS, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

1060 Broadway, 

EAST SIDE, BET. ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH, 



Carpet and Curtain Work done to order. 



O, CI, Kt« 

TINNING, PLUMBING, GAS -FITTING 

And Metal Roofing done in all its branches, 
315 East Twelfth Street, - East Oakland. 

Gas Fixtures, Pumps of all Kinds, Stoves and Ranges. Jobbing, etc. 



ItiE. DE LA MONTANYA, 

DEALER IN 

H@H.g@&, if@T©« | Tinware^ 

1011 BROADWAY, 

I3FT. TENTH AND ELEVENTH. 



All kinds of Tin, Copper. Zinc and Shoot Iron Work made to order. Roofing and all 
kinds of Repairing done at short notice, and at the lowest prices. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




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Oakland Journal. 

GERMAN NEWSPAPER, 

Published by the 

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C. Schmitt, 

K. F. Wiemeyer, 

A. M. Sehutt. 



OCKELMANN & FRIEDLANDER, 



769 Market St., bet-ween Third and Fourth, San Francisco. 



Blank Books made to order, -with every kind of ruling. All kinds of books bound in 
the best manner. Sheet Music bound strong, and promptly delivered. Pictures neatly 
framed, and Fancy Leather Work and Gold Lettering a specialty. Albums repaired. 

All our work first-class, at moderate prices. 



VI. 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



San Francisco Branch 



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OF NEW YORK, 
Proprietors, 

420 Sansome Street, San Francisco, 

Manufacturers or 

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Brass and Steel Battery Screens, Locomotive Wire 
Cloth and Heavy Mining Cloth, 

ORNAMENTAL WIRE WORK, WIRE FENCE, RAILING, GUARDS, ETC, 



Galvanized Wire Cloth for Fruit Drying, 

Ship and R- ailroad Lantei-ns. 



NEW YORK HOUSE, 

45 FULTON STKEET. 



Manufactory 9-17 Chestnut St. 

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. 



KEMiESENTED IN SAN FBANCISCO BY 



JOHN P. BERING, late Manager with Eckfeldt & Co. 



if BISHOP'S 

o{ ^ND DIRECT^ 

I876-7. 

COJfTAnCISG A 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

STREET GUIDE, 

RECORD OF THE 

CITY GOVERNMENT, 

Its Institutions, etc. 



DIRECTORY OF THE TOWN OF ALAMEDA 



COMPILED BY ». H. BISHOP «fc CO. 

W. B. HAEDY, 959 BEOADWAY, AGENT. 



JTJLY 1876. 



OAKLAND: 

PUBLISHED BY B. C. YANDAXL. 

1876. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1876, by B. C. Vandall, 
in the office of the Librarian of Congress at "Washington, D. C. 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Abbreviations 83 

Additional Names 5 

Alameda Directory 467 

Banks 64 

Board of Education 23 

Board of Health 23 

Board of Supervisors, County 17 

Bonded Debt f 28 

Business Directory of Oakland 405 

Churches 54 

City Council of Oakland 22 

County Infirmary i 19 

Courts 19 

Educational 39 

Fire Department 24 

Improvements 38 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows 59 

Libraries 65 

Masonic 57 

Military 64 

Miscellaneous Societies 63 

Mortuary Eeport 69 

Municipal Finances. ." » 27 

Municipal Government of Oakland 21 

Notaries Public of Alameda County 18 

Official Directory of the County of Alameda 17 

Police Department 23 

Population 15 

Post Offices 69 

Public Schools of Oakland 39 

Railroads — Street 66 

Real Estate 32 

Register of Names, Alameda 473 

Register of Names, Oakland 83 

Resources and Productions of Alameda County 20 

Secret Societies 57 

Street Guide 71 

University of California 42 



INDEX OF ADVERTISERS. 



Auld & Barf red 315 

Baldwin A 410 

Bancroft A. L. & Co opp 96 

BarnesH. W 96 

Berger L. P 445 

Bering John P vi 

Bernard Charles 500 

Blethen & Terry 315 

BrownS. A 117 

Burkardt Max . . .bottom margin front cover 

Burnham, Standeford & Co back cover 

Carrique E. T 445 

Cochrane & Bichmond, side margin 

front cover 

Dalziel & Moller 151 

Dalziel James 151 

Day Thomas front cover 

De La Montanya M iv 

Denniston Edward G 461 

Dexter Livery Stable 117 

Diamond Printing Co 451 

Everson W. & M 173 

FarnoA. C 317 

Fennessy J ii 

Follrath Adam 442 

Forg Charles 449 

Freeman & Jaffe 429 

Fuhrmann A. M back cover 

Gaudin J 189 

Gibb & Co 454 

Golden Gate Academy 82 

Gordon J. S. G top margin 

Grand Central Carriage Works 427 

Grand Central Livery Stables 371 

Guild Pianos back cover 

Halley William 458 

Hallidie A. S front cover 

Hardy W. B 207 

Hayes George & Co 432, 450,461 

Heald's Business College opp 208 

Healy M.J bottom margin back cover 

Herrmann C side margin front cover 

Hill J. B i 

Howard & Morse vi 

HueterBros. & Co opp 224 

Jahn feScholl 231 

Jordan Bros 426 

Jung J. C 500 

Kelly E. J. & Co side margin 

KirkO. C iv 

Lawrie A. G 460 

Lulley M. & Sons 407 

Maple Leaf Nursery 295 

Mau Charles 406 



McCullough & Davies 

McGivney James 

McEenzie W. W 

Metcalf George D 

Methodist Book Concern. 



438 

464 

452 

i 

Meyer Adolph top margin back cover 

Miley & Laage 430 

Miller J. Fred 454 

Morris A i 

Murray & Roberts 427 

National Surgical Institute 498 

Newsom L. M 295 

Oakland Bank of Savings 301 

Oakland Journal v 

Oakland Planing Mill back cover 

Oakland Transcript opp 300 

Oakland Tribune bottom margin 

Ockelmann & Friedlander v 

Pacific Business College opp 304 

Pacific Electro Depositing Works 462 

Pacific Wire Works back cover 

Palace Horse Shoeing Shop 442 

Peterson & Olsson iii 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine 331 

Pioneer Carriage Factory 427 

Pioneer Collection Office 317 

Pioneer Planing Mills 315 

Raffo Bros 440 

Remillard & Bros 499 

Robinson A 331 

Rutherford C. B side margin 

Samm Jacob 498 

San Francisco and Pacific Glass 

Works' back of cover 

San Francisco Pioneer Varnish 

Works opp 224 

San Francisco Plating Works 461 

Slate W 350 

Smith Stephen bottom margin 

Sohst Bros 427 

Starkweather & Son iii 

Stokes William 406 

Sunny Side House 410 

Taylor Charles L iv 

Tinkham & Butterfield 371 

Tustin W. I inside front cover 

Union National Gold Bank 378 

Union Savings Bank 378 

West Coast Furniture Co back cover 

Wheat CD 499 

White J. E 451 

Williams H. F 499 

Woodward & Taggart top margin 



AUDITION AL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC., 

Received too late for regular insertion. 



Adams J. K., foreman W. D. Co., res Surmyside House 
Allen D. P., carpenter with Philip Schreiber, res Sunnyside 

House 
Armstrong B. A. & Son (B. A. and George F. Armstrong) 

house, carriage and fresco painter, N s Twelfth bet 

Harrison and Alice 
Armstrong Bradley A. (B. A. Armstrong & Son) res |W s 

Broadway nr Twenty-second 
Armstrong George F. (B. A. Armstrong & Son) res W s 

Broadway nr Twenty-second 
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TELEGRAPH CO., E. W. 

Haskin manager, Broadway Railroad station 
BALDWIN ALEXANDER, proprietor Sunnyside House, 

SW cor Thirteenth and Harrison 
Bartlett Benoit, stonecutter Oakland Stone Yard, res Ala- 
meda 
Basnett John D., clerk with William Dick, res Alameda 
Bieler Frank, wholesale wines and liquors, store and res 

_ 769 East Twelfth 
Blaisdell Samuel S., photographer with Bluett & Fardon 
Blake Francis (Blake, Bobbins & Co., SF) res Telegraph av 

bet Sycamore and Caledonia av 
Blessing Charles V., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 

469 Sixth 
BLUETT & FARDON (W. H. Bluett and G. R. Fardon) 

photographers, 1157 Broadway 
BLUETT W. H. (Bluett & Fardon) res SW cor Jefferson 

and Sixteenth 
BBJNCKMANN E. (Koenig & Brinckmann) res N s Thir- 
teenth bet Broadway and Franklin 



6 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

BURKARDT MAX, oil paintings, ehroroos and picture 

frames, 545 Washington (S F) res SE cor Tenth i.nd 

Madison. [See advertisement bottom margin front 

cover.] 
Campbell E. D., clerk post office, res Sunny side House 
CARL CHARLES, stock broker, 922 Broadway (Union 

Bank Building) 
CARRIQUE E. T., agent State Investment and Insurance 

Co., 460 Eighth, res NW cor Washington and Ninth 
DARGLE WILLIAM E., president Oakland Tribute Pub- 
lishing Co, 911 Broadway 
Deitrick A. A., butcher, shop and res 830 Clay 
Dinneen Bartholomew, stone cutter Oakland stone yard, res 

Golden Star Hotel 
FOLLRATH ADAM, proprietor Palace horseshoeing shop, 

N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
Grinnell W. E. (R. McCrum & Co.) res cqr Twenty-sixth 

and West 
Hanscom John O., mining (S F) res William nr Telegraph av 
JORDAN BROS. (Moses S. and J. C. Jordan) carpenters 

and builders, 403 Tenth 
JORDAN J. C. (Jordan Bros.) res Alta House 
JORDAN MOSES S. (Jordan Bros.) res 316 Tenth 
McKENZIE W. W., undertaker, N s Eighth bet Broadway 

and Franklin, res 611 Fifteenth 
MILLER J. FRED., bookbinder and paper ruler, 9 Wilcox 

block, res Fifth bet Alice and Jackson 
Oakes Fred A., operator Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co., 

Broadwav Pi Pi Station 
OAKLAND TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., William E. 

Dargie president, 911 Broadway 
Paget Mr. <fc Mrs., Parisian Academy, cor Telegraph av 

and Seventeenth 






The City of Oakland. 



The City of Oakland is located on the Bay of San Fran- 
cisco, at the western terminus of the Central Pacific Rail- 
road. The extent of the city from east to west is about four 
and one-half miles, and from north to south three miles. 
San Antonio Creek forms the southern, and the Bay of San 
Francisco the western boundary. On the north and east its 
borders seem destined to a perpetual enlargement. The 
growing giant must have room. So rapidly do the people 
come hither to locate, and such is the natural tendency to 
expansion that it becomes unsafe to venture a prediction as 
to the ultimate future limits of her municipal area. Berke- 
ley, Temescal and other suburbs will be absorbed, and a 
city from forty to fifty square miles in extent will be the 
result at no distant day. 

The land upon which Oakland stands was conveyed by the 
Mexican Government to one of its citizens, Louis Ma Peralta, 
in the year 1822. The domain remained in possession of 
Peralta and his sons until 1852, when it was sold, and came 
into the possession of several American citizens. On the 
4th of May, 1852, the Governor of the State approved an 
act incorporating the Town of Oakland. The population 
was small, consisting mainly of speculators, and a few scat- 
tered Mexicans. But the founders of the town nvere active 
and enterprising and soon attracted a considerable accession 
to the settlement. The beauty of the location and its desi- 
rability as a place of residence, was acknowledged by all 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



who visited it, and it soon became evident that early holders 
of property had every prospect of realizing largely on their 
investments. The town had been laid out in blocks and lots, 
the real estate market became active, and population flowed 
in. So rapidly did the young town progress, that a city 
government became desirable, the more fully to protect the 
interests of the people, and on the 25th of March, 1854, an 
act incorporating the City of Oakland was approved by -the 
Governor. The vote polled at the first charter election was 
three hundred and sixty-eight, indicating a population • of 
about one thousand. Adult male citizens predominated at 
that early day. Oakland was now fairly started upon a career 
of organized progress. The first Mayor was Mr. H. "W. Car- 
pentier, who delivered his first message April 9th, 1854. Of 
the long and embarassing litigation which followed, involv- 
ing the title to the water front, it is unnecessary to speak, 
except to state that all subject matters in dispute were hap- 
pily settled by compromise— but not until 1868. From the 
date of its incorporation to the present day Oakland has 
constantly progressed, at times slowly and at other times 
with marvellous rapidity. A firm and well founded belief 
has always prevailed among the leading men of Oakland that 
the city was destined to a brilliant future. Already are the 
predictions of her pioneers being fulfilled. That great 
drawback to her prosperity, lack of speedy and certain com- 
munication with San Francisco has been removed. The im- 
provement of her harbor to an extent that shall enable the 
largest ships to come up alongside her wharves is progress- 
ing, and will soon be an accomplished fact. David Leeman 
Emerson, in a recent lecture, has given a glowing prophetic 
picture of the near future of the city. He says that "the 
water front will be lined with warehouses, docks and wharves, 
in front of which shall be safely moored multitudes of steam- 
ers and merchantmen froro every clime, while along our 
principal streets costly and spacious edifices devoted to trade 
shall extend one mile from the waters edge." 0. B. McDon- 
ald, Esq., in a paper published in the Centennial edition of 
the Daily Transcript, says: " All that is necessary -to estab- 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



lish an extensive commerce on the Oakland side is the com- 
pletion of the sea wall, the construction of suitable wharfage, 
and the erection of a few great warehouses and elevators on 
the vast property belonging to the Water Front Company; 
then all that portion of trade which shall be in course to- 
wards the east will inevitably find its way to the most direct 
and convenient point of conjunction with the overland rail- 
way. No aggregation of capital can retain the seat of 
commercial empire away from the established highway of 
commerce; and Oakland being the actual terminus of the 
overland railway, and having more than the recpiired wharf- 
age, must in time acquire a considerable proportion;^ not a 
preponderance of trade." 

Oakland has had, including the present incumbent, nine- 
teen Mayors, as follows: H. W. Carpentier, 1854-5; Charles 
Campbell, 1855-6; S. H. Eobinson, 1856-7; A. Williams, 
1857-8, and 1858-9; F. K. Shattuck, 1859-60; J. P. M. Da- 
vis, 1860—61 and 1861-2; George M. Blake, 1862-3; W. H. 
Bovee, 1863-4; Edward Gibbons, 1864-5; B. F. Ferris, 
1865-6; J. W. Dwindle, 1866-7; W. W. Crane jr., 1867-8; 
Samuel Merritt, 1868-9; John B. Felton, 1869-70 and 1870-71; 
N. W. Spaulding, 1871-2 and 1872-3; Henry Durant, 1873-4 
and 1874-5; Mack Webber, 1875-6, and^E. H. Pardee, 
1876-7. 

Oakland has been described as the most beautiful city on 
the American continent. Certainly it is one of the most at- 
tractive. The site consists of a plain, gently sloping from 
the waters of the bay to the neighborhood of the foot-hills, 
where the surface becomes more undulating and is, .in some 
places, diversified by considerable elevations. The rise to 
the northward and westward throughout Central Oakland is 
so gradual that to the eye of the observer it is imperceptible, 
yet it is amply sufficient to allow the perfection of a system 
of drainage, which is being rapidly inaugurated upon a defi- 
nite scientific plan. On First street, north of San Antonio 
Creek, the natural elevation above high water mark is at the 



10 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

intersection of Webster street, two feet eight inches, rising 
to eight feet nine inches at Second street, to twelve feet four 
inches at Third street, to fifteen feet at Fourth street, to 
eighteen feet eight inches at Fifth street, to twenty-four feet 
five inches at Sixth street, to twenty-seven feet nine inches 
at Seventh street, to thirty feet nine inches at Eighth street, 
to thirty-two feet eight inches at Ninth street, to thirty-five 
feet five inches at Tenth street, to thirty-six feet eight inches 
at Eleventh street, whence the decline is towards Lake Mer- 
ritt. The above illustration of the "lay of the land" is 
generally applicable to all the level portion of Oakland, and 
shows at a glance admirable drainage facilities. The atten- 
tion of strangers whose first impressions, derived from the 
eye alone, may lead them to suppose that the city is located 
upon a dead level is called to these figures. 

The present aspect of Oakland is that of an extended vil- 
lage. The entire plain was originally covered with a luxu- 
riant growth of majestic live oaks, and great care has been 
taken, both by the municipal authorities and the citizens, to 
preserve them. The streets are shaded by them, and almost 
every residence lot is embellished by them; their grateful 
shade shields the mansion and the cottage from the rays of 
the sun, and their giant arms protect from the power of the 
storm. The effect upon the eye of such a vast mass of 
graceful foliage is pleasant in the extreme. A few moments 
walk aside from any of the principal business streets, brings 
one into an atmosphere of repose and rural quiet. 

While nature has done so much to render this spot attract- 
ive, the .skill and enterprise of the arborculturist has greatly 
increased and diversified its beauty. The climate is so 
genial that a great variety of trees and shrubs, unknown in 
Eastern States outside of glass, flourish luxuriantly in the 
open air. Among the hardy varieties which adorn many of 
the gardens of the city, and which, according to Mr. James 
Hutchison, a nurseryman of many years experience in 
Oakland, stand our winters well, are the magnolia "Gran- 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. ll 

diflora" and other varieties, many varieties of the palm, 
the pepper tree, "Schimis Molli ;" the eucalyptus or gum 
tree, which grows with great rapidity and to a great height, 
nearly all varieties of the acacia, which grows to a size that 
renders it an excellent shade tree, the ' ' Mespelus Japonica ;" 
the Norfolk Island pine, "Arancaria Excelsia;" the olive, 
"Olea Verrucosa;" the century plant, "Agave Americana," 
which has been known to bloom here at the age of twelve 
years; the Florapendaor "Brugmansia;" the camilia japon- 
ica; the "Daphne Odora;" the oleander, "Nerianes;" the 
lemon, "Aloysia Citriodora;" the verbena; the crape myrtle ; 
fuchsias; heliotropes; pittosporams, abutilons, the Indian 
Shot, " Cannalndica;" pomegranates, figs and a large num- 
ber of other ornamental trees and shrubs. Is it remarkable 
that such a profusion of foliage and bloom as flourishes in 
this charming city, should attract hundreds of aesthetic tastes 
to her borders ? It would seem that life amid such surround- 
ings must of necessity be colored to the scene, and be 
infinitely more enjoyable than amid the dust and din and 
whirling sand of the peninsula. 

The natural scenery of Oakland and her suburbs is sur- 
passingly beautiful. The Bay in its front stretches to the 
northward and the southward, dotted with its clear, sharply 
outlined islands, and out to that magnificent portal the 
Golden Gate ; the promontories of Marin lift their rugged 
surface to the sky on the far right, while the whole picture 
is set as in frame by the encircling San Pablo range of lofty 
and picturesque hills. These hills approach in some in- 
stances the dignity of mountains, and are seamed throughout 
with the paths of impetuous water courses, full in winter, 
but only little rills during the summer. The variety of 
scene is so great and the range so extended that the eye need 
never be surfeited. 

The climate is equable ; there are no extremes of heat or 
cold. Snow never falls and but rarely is the ground whitened 
by frost. The fierce winds that sweep over the opposite 



12 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

peninsula lose their force and their chill and come to us as 
moderate breezes to cool the heat of the summer sun. Veg- 
etation flourishes throughout the year, and the greenest and 
most enjoyable season is that of so-called winter. 

The commercial importance of Oakland is dependent upon 
the completion of her harbor improTements. The bulk of 
the grain and wool products of California will seek this port 
as the most natural and convenient point for shipment, and 
the productions of foreign countries for shipment over the 
Central Pacific Railroad will be landed at our wharves so 
soon as the work now in progress is completed. From July 
1st to December 31st, 1875, thirty vessels were loaded with 
wheat for Europe at the Oakland "Wharf. The amount 
reached 110,128,000 pounds or 70,064 tons. The receipts of 
coal were 73,463 tons. Lumber receipts aggregated over 
twenty million feet. 

As a point for the establishment of large manufacturing 
industries this city presents many peculiar advantages, prom- 
inent among which are her unequalled railroad facilities, and 
the feasibility of procuring for all time an abundance of 
cheap fuel. The most extensive establishments now in 
operation in Oakland or its immediate vicinity are the Pacific 
Cordage Company, which supplies the market of San Fran- 
cisco, and the California Watch Company, formerly known 
as the Cornell Watch Company, which has removed from 
San Francisco to Berkeley, a northern suburb. This Com- 
pany will employ when in full operation, several hundred 
men. Turk's Manufactory of Preserved Fruit gives em- 
ployment, during the packing season, to over one hundred 
and fifty persons. The Standard Soap Company have built 
a large building in the neighborhood of the water front at 
Berkeley, and will greatly enlarge their business. 

The R. J. Kohler Reduction and Refining Works have 
been established at Damon's Landing, on the San Leandro 
Creek, at an outlay of about one hundred thousand dollars. 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 13 

The Pacific Jute Bag Factory, located in East Oakland, 
runs one hundred and fifty looms, producing annually more 
than four millions of sacks, and employing five hundred 
operatives. 

There are also in the city three large flouring mills, four 
planing mills, two potteries, and three manufactories of 
artificial stone. There are also three tanneries, and a large 
number of small establishments for the manufacture of 
different articles for home use and export. 

The manufacturing interest will be greatly benefited by 
the harbor improvements, which will render the banks of 
San Antonio Creek available for the prosecution of all 
branches of manufacturing. 



The financial condition of the city, as will be seen by 
reference to a tabular statement on another page, is encour- 
aging to the tax-payer. The bonded debt is comparatively 
small, and could be extinguished in a short period without 
hardship, were such a course desirable. 

The claims of Oakland to rank as the educational center 
of the State are many, and will scarcely be disputed. 
Several of the largest and most important educational insti- 
tutions in the State, all in a most flourishing condition, are 
located here. The remarkable success which has attended 
the founding and building up to a high and efficient standard 
of these several institutions is due in a great measure to the 
adaptability of the location for just such work. Central, 
convenient of access, in close proximity to the great centers 
of wealth and population, with a healthful and genial 
climate, and an appreciative and intelligent population, 
Oakland presented features which no other city in the State 
could do, and hence as the result we see established here 
such institutions as in their number and variety offer to all 
classes of the people, both at home and abroad, abundant 
educational facilities. The public schools are most liberally 



14 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

sustained and admirably managed. Reference to an article 
on the public schools of Oakland, on another page, will be 
found of interest. The State University, yet in its infancy, 
is rapidly being developed, under the charge of the best 
educators of the land, into an institution that shall take 
rank with the most renowned of the East. There the child 
of the poorest and humblest individual can secure the 
highest education attainable, without charge, provided only 
that his qualifications upon application are sufficient ; and 
no ambitious and intelligent youth but can, with our excel- 
lent system of graded public schools, the highest of which 
is almost a college in itself, attain that proficiency which, 
with a little additional exertion on his own part, will enable 
him to pass muster at an examination for admission to the 
University. Here, too, we have such sterling schools as the 
Golden Gate Academy, McClure's Military Academy, and 
Mills Seminary. For polite and useful education, the 
Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart offers unsurpassed 
facilities. Candidates for the ministry can become initiated 
into the mysteries of theology at the Pacific Theological 
Seminary, an institution conducted by able, learned and 
earnest divines. Young ladies may find at numerous good 
select schools besides the instruction they need ; and young 
men seeking a business education can obtain it at several 
well-known schools, in connection with or separate from 
other studies. In short, all the educational needs of the 
rising generation of the city, or of those who come among 
us for the advantages we have to offer, can be thoroughly 
supplied. These excellent facilities for the education of the 
young attract numerous families to our midst to permanently 
reside here. 



The many natural advantages of the location, aided by the 
energy of a people ambitious to place Oakland foremost 
among the cities of the Pacific Coast, have combined to 
effect the wonderful changes of the past few years. From a 
mere hamlet Oakland has grown to be a city of over thirty-five 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 15 

thousand inhabitants, and is increasing in an accelerated 
ratio. To sum up the advantages she unquestionably pos- 
sesses, we may claim that she has at her command a first- 
class harbor, a superb site for building purposes, a glorious 
climate, a central location, is the key to the railway system 
of the State, has the best facilities for manufacturing, and 
is already the educational center. With an intelligent and 
enterprising population, backed by all necessary capital, her 
future will be more brilliant than her past ; and whoever 
professes to make a definite prediction as to her coming 
greatness may live to wonder at his own moderation in 
conjecture. 



Population of the City. 

At the opening of the- year 1875 the most reliable esti- 
mate placed the population of the city at about 25,000. 
That estimate was probably not far wrong; it may have been 
a little too high, certainly it was not too* low. At that time 
there were 2,500 houses in the limits, and about 6,500 
children were enrolled as under the age' of seventeen. It 
was impossible to ascertain then, as it is now, the number 
of voters. Men who are entitled to vote do not always reg- 
ister. In Eastern cities, where a close canvass is made, an 
approximation may be had based upon the number of voters 
and school children. Here, where the population is fluctu- 
ating, where men do not have time to register, and where 
the arrival of children is so rapid that the school census 
taker has hard work to keep up, it is quite probable that 
any estimate based upon either of those two sources of 
information might be too low. Cities not half so populous 
as Oakland poll many more votes, and cities having far 
larger population return many less school children — there- 
fore, as an experienced statistician, we do not deem any one 



16 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

fact as sufficient to base an intelligent and accurate estimate 
upon. Should we base it upon the number of children as 
compared with San Francisco, we should give Oakland a 
population of fully 42,000, which would be too large — 
should we base it upon the vote she has cast latterly we 
be altogether too low. But there is one reliable fact to pin 
our faith upon, and that is the number of names in the reg- 
ister of this Directory. This number is 10,260. Allowing 
3J inhabitants to each name so registered, there is an 
apparent population of 35,910. This figure agrees with the 
estimated increase for the past }*ear and a half. The num- 
ber of houses in Oakland is 3,413. None of them are 
empty ; few contain less than five inhabitants ; hundreds 
ten, and many from twenty to fifty each. We have ob- 
tained this count of the houses from the actual work of our 
scrupulously careful canvassers, and do not believe that ten 
occupants to a house is above the probable average. Cer- 
tain it is that there is no city of the size on the continent 
that presents so crowded an appearance on its business 
streets. It is more than probable that Oakland will show 
a population of fifty thousand by July, 1877, and a hundred 
thousand by the Federal census of 1880. 



ALAMEDA COUNTY. 17 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 

. Of the County of Alameda. 

Sheriff — Henry N. Morse, elected for two years. Term 
expires in March, 1878. 
Under Sheriff — J. Tyrell. 
Deputy Sheriff — William S. Harlow. 
Jailor — Frederick Bryant. 
Assistant Jailor — Jesse Viers. 

County Clerk and Auditor — Charles G. Reed, elected 
for two years. Term expires March, 1878. 

Deputies — John Yule, Eben C. Farley, D. W. Pratt and 
George W. Reed. 

County Treasurer — Charles E. Palmer, appointed in place 
of Joseph Becht, deceased, whose term of office would have 
expired March, 1878. 

Deputy — P. R. Borein.. 

County Recorder — Thomas A. Smith, elected for two 
years. Term expires March, 1878. 

Deputies — A. S. Cheminant, George D. Cobb. 

Clerks — W. L. Church, F. B. Granger jr., and H. J. 
Magill. , 

Public Administrator — C. B. Rutherford, elected for two 
years. Term expires March, 1878. 

Coroner — William Helmer, elected for two years. Term 
expires March, 1878. 

District Attorney — John R. Glascock, elected for two 
years. Term expires March, 1878. 

County Surveyor — Luis Castro, elected for two years. 
Term expires March, 1878. 

Superintendent of Schools — W. F. B. Lynch, elected 
for two years. Term expires March, 1878. 

County Judge and Judge of Probate — Stephen G. Nye, 
elected for four years. Term expires December 31, 1879. 

Board of Supervisors — Regular meetings are held on the 
first Mondays of February, May, August and November. 
Elected for two years. Term expires March, 1878. O. H. 
Burnham, Oakland; F. K. Shattuck, Oakland; Peter Pumyea, 
Oakland; Isham Case, Brooklyn and Alameda; J. B. Mar- 



18 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

lin, Eden; Howard Overacker, Washington; Valentine Al- 
viso, Murray. 

STANDING COMMITTEES: i 

Judiciary — Shattuck, Pumyea and Overacker. 
Auditing and Finance — Burnham, Marlin and Alviso. 
Boads and Bridges — Alviso, Overacker and Marlin. 
Franchise — Pumyea, Burnham and Alviso. 
Hospital — Marlin, Alviso and Shattuck. 
County Buildings — Shattuck, Marlin and Burnham. 

Boaed of Equalization — Consists of the Supervisors and 
meets on the second Monday in July annually. 

Assessors for Alameda County — Edwin Hunt, Oakland 
township; E. Minor Smith, Alameda township; A. B. "Web- 
ster, Brooklyn township; Atwill B. Hall, Eden township; 
Luter E. Osgood, Washington township; Newton Ingram, 
Murray township. Elected for two years. Term expires 
March, 1878. 



Notaries Public for Alameda County. 

Appointed. 

Oakland M. T. Duisberg January 4, 1876 

George W. Edwards August 5, 1874 

William M. Gilcrist Sept. 27, 1874 

William Hoskins Dec. 8, 1875 

George D. Metcalf May 2, 1876 

John H. Bedstone June 3, 1874 

George E. Smith August 7, 1874 

John W. Sessions Sept. 20, 1875 

Arthur D. Thompson June 28, 1875 

West Oakland .William Bolton June 3, 1874 

Centerville .... Daniel H. Beck May 13, 1876 

Lorenzo G. Yates August 25, 1874 

Livermore Aug. M. Church Dec. 8, 1875 

M. P. H.Love Dec. 14,1875 

Alvarado William M. Liston Dec. 7, 1875 

Warm Springs. Thomas W. Millard June 3, 1874 

Hayward Anthony G. Oakes . , July 7, 1874 

Pleasanton. . . .John B. Palmer May 5. 1876 

Brooklyn A. B. Webster January 7, 1875 

Alameda N. W. Palmer March 10, 1876 



ALAMEDA COUNTY. 19 



Courts. 

District Court— Third Judicial District. — This Dis- 
trict comprises Alameda county and the Fifth Ward of 
the City of San Francisco. Samuel Bell McKee, Judge. 
Elected for six years. Term expires December 31, 1881. 
Court is held at Oakland on the third Mondays of February, 
June and October, and in San Francisco on the third Mon- 
days of April, August and December. 

County and Probate Court. — Stephen G. Nye, Judge. 
Elected for four years. Term expires December 31, 1879. 
Terms of County Court: The first Mondays of January, 
April and July, and the third Mondays of September. 

Probate Court. — Stephen G. Nye, Judge. 

Justice's Court. — William M. Graham. Elected for two 
years. Term expires December 31, 1877. Court is held on 
Seventh street between Washington and Broadway. 

Justice's Court. — James Lentell. Elected for two years. 
Term expires December 31, 1877. Court is held at the 
northwest corner of Eleventh and Franklin streets. 



Police Court. — A. H. Jayne, Police Judge. Court is 
held daily, except Sundays, at the City Hall. 



County Infirmary. 

Embraces 127 acres, four miles from San Leandro. It is 
designed for the care of the sick poor and for the aged and 
infirm. Frederick Gerstenberg, Steward ; C. S. Coleman, 
Physician. The number of admissions in 1875 was 222 ; 
188 were discharged, and there were 19 deaths. The num- 
ber of patients remaining on January 1, 1876, was 58. The 
total current expenses for the year were $14,797 05, and 
$3,457 08 were paid for improvements. The average daily 
cost per patient was 85 1-3 cents. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



RESOURCES AND PRODUCTIONS OF ALAMEDA 

COUNTY. 



From partial returns by the Assessors, and from other data, 
we are enabled to give the following as a very close approxi- 
mation to the actual figures for 1875. 



AGRICULTURAL. 



Acres land enclosed., 
Acres land cultivated, 

Acres wheat 

Bushels wheat 1. 

Acres barley 

Bushels barley 

Acres oats 

Bushels oats 

Acres rye 

Bushels rye 

Acres corn t . . . . 

Bushels corn 

Acres peas 

Bushels peas 

Aores beans 

Bushels beans 



142,260 

126,900 

73,042 

525,000 

24,505 

890,000 

1,605 

33,165 

50 

1,200 

1,850 

44,725 

90 

1,365 

350 

10,000 



Acres potatoes ^1,922 

Tons potatoes 3,115 

Acres onions 240 

Bushels onions 19,510 

Acres hay 18,640 

Tons hay 31,392 

Acres flax 14 

Pounds flax 11,050 

Acres hops 29 

Pounds hops 12,150 

Tons sugar beets. . . . 3,000 

Pounds butter 103,275 

Pounds wool 630,300 

Number hives bees . . 313 

Pounds honey 3,160 



HORTICULTURAL AND VINICULTURAL. 



Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 
Number 



apple trees.. 66,500 
peach trees.. 15,318 
pear trees. . . 26,275 
plum trees.. 28,112 
cherry trees. 41,000 
nectarine trs 2,925 
quince trees. 1,700 
apricot trees 2,920 
fig trees. . . . 1,255 
lemon trees . 100 



675 

705 

8,160 

1,190 



Number orange trees. 
Number olive trees . . 
Number prune trees.. 
Number mulberry trs 
Number almond trees 61,318 
Number E. walnut trs 2,905 
Number grape vines.. 690, 150 

Gallons wine 120,000 

Gallons brandy 3,000 



LIVE STOCK. 



Number horses 8,987 

Number mules 700 

Number asses 9 

Number cows 6,930 

Number calves 3,925 

Number beef cattle. . 3,750 



Number oxen 30 

Number neat cattle. . 20,126 

Number sheep 65,200 

Number Cashmere 

and Angora goats.. 1,800 
Number hogs 3,150 



ALAMEDA COUNTY. 2i 



MANUFACTURES. 



Number breweries .... 8 

Gallons beer.... .....250,000 

Number grist mills . . 5 



Run of stone 13 

Barrels flour 30,000 

Bushels corn ground. 0,400 



RAIL ROADS. 

Miles in length • .84.57 

Although the year was in many respects an unfavorable 
one, the aggregate of cultivation and production was much 
larger than that of any previous year. Throughout the 
county large tracts of land are being gradually subdivided 
in order to better meet the wants of great centers of popula- 
tion. The rapid growth of Oakland to her present consider- 
able proportions has created a home market of large capacity, 
for all that large list of articles produced from the soil, 
which enter so largely into the economy of the household. 
Hence, small farmers, poultry and vegetable raisers and 
orchardists are multiplying, and in consequence the popula- 
tion of the county outside of the city limits is increasing 
almost as rapidly as the city itself. 



THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE CITY 
OF OAKLAND. 



By an Act passed at the last session of the Legislature 
the ward subdivisions of the city were materially altered. 
Oakland has now seven wards. We give the boundaries as 
established by the new law. 

First Ward*— Comprises all that portion of the city lying 
west of Adeline street. 

Second "Ward — Comprises all that portion of the city lying 
north of Twentieth street and north of Delger street and 
east of Adeline street. 

Third Ward — Comprises all that portion of the city lying 
east of Adeline street, south of Twentieth and Delger streets, 
west of Broadway street and north of Tenth street. 

Fourth Ward — Comprises all that portion of the city 
lying west of Broadway street, south of Tenth street and 
north of the southerly Charter line of the City of Oakland. 



»22 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Fifth Wabd — Comprises all that portion of the city lying 
east of Broadway street, south of Twentieth and Delger 
streets, north of Tenth street and west of the line which 
divides Oakland Township from Brooklyn Township. 

Sixth Ward — Comprises all that portion of the city lying 
east of Broadway street and south of Tenth street. 

Seventh Ward — Comprises all that portion of the city 
lying in Brooklyn Township, now known and designated as 
East Oakland. 

A general election is ordered held on the second Monday 
of March, 1877, and every two years thereafter, at which 
all members of the City Council and School Board and 
other city officers are to be elected, to serve for two years, 
without pay. The officers elected at the spring election of 
1876 hold office until said general election. 

Officers elected in March, 1876. 

Mayor— E. H. Pardee. 

Police Judge — A. H. Jayne. 

Treasurer and Clerk — H. Hillebrand. 

Marshal and Tax Collector — Perry Johnson. 

Assessor — Joseph M. Dillon. 

City Attorney — Henry Yrooman. 

City Engineer — Thomas J. Arnold. 

Superintendent of Public Schools — F. M. Campbell. 

Clerk of Police Court — Henry Ames (appointed). 

Clerk in City Marshal's Office — J. L. Rector (ap- 
pointed). 

Deputy City Clerk — C. J. Robinson (appointed). 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department — M. De La Mon- 
tanya. 

City Wharfinger — William Harwood (appointed). 

Pound Master — George Taylor (appointed). 

Deputy License Collector — J. J. Porter (appointed). 

The City Council. 

James Dods, President ; John M. Miner, W. A. Walter, 
J. W. F. Sohst, U. Huntington, J. B. Ford, H. H. Watson. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Ordinance and Judiciary — Ford, Miner and Huntington. 
Auditing and Finance — Walter, Sohst and Ford. 
Streets and Buildings — Miner, Walter and Huntington. 
Fire and Water — Sohst, Huntington and Watson. 
Education — Watson, Ford and Sohst. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 23 



Street Lights and Lamp Posts — Watson, Sohst and Ford. 
Kemovals and Obstructions — Huntington, Miner and 
Watson. 

City Hall and Police — Huntington, Watson and Walter. 

Board of Education. 

E. E. Cole, President ; J. W. Shanklin, J. A. Folger, L. L. 
Alexander, C. W. Kellogg, A. W. Swett, Benjamin Akerly. 
F. M. Campbell, Secretary. 

Board of Health. 

George E. Sherman, Health Officer and City Physician ; 
W. Bamford, C. S. Kittredge and William Bolton. 

Police Department. 
Captain of Police — D. H. Band. 

EEG-ULAE OFFICERS. 

W. Aldrich, stationed at City Hall, night watch. 

W. H. Summers, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 

Charles P. McKay, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 

W. D. Thomas, patrol East Oakland. 

H. Nedderman, patrol Oakland Point. 

Edward J. Chase, patrol Oakland Point. 
^ John Barnett, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 

A. Wilson, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 

J. H. Tyler, patrol East Oakland. 

Charles E. Lufkin, stationed at City Hall, day watch. 

John A. Dodge, patrol Second Ward. 

A. Shorey, detective officer. 

George H. Carleton, superintendent of Fire and Police 
Telegraph. 

REGULAR SPECIAL POLICEMEN ON BEATS. 

George F. Blake— Beat No. 1. Bounded by Franklin, 
Fourth, Washington and Fourteenth streets. 

Samuel H. Mitchell— Beat No. 2. Bounded by Four- 
teenth, Lake Merritt, Twenty-second and San Pablo avenue. 

A. J. Ross — Beat No. 3. Bounded by Washington, South 
Front, Market and Fourteenth streets. 

J. M. Wallace— Beat No. 4. Beat bounded by Fifth, 
Fourteenth, Market and Linden streets. 

P. E. Davis — Beat No. 5. Beat bounded by Franklin to 
Fourth, Fourth to Webster, Webster to South Front, East 
Front to Fourteenth street. 



24 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

A. W. Burrell— Beat No. 6. Bounded by Fourth, Wash- 
ington, Webster and South Front streets. 

Nelson Fillio — Beat No. 7. Bounded by Fourteenth, San 
Pablo avenue, Twenty-seventh and Market streets. 

David Bush — Beat No. 8. Oakland Point. 

SPECIAL POLICEMEN. 

Officers in the following list are invested with authority 
to act as policemen, but are not subject to orders from the 
chief, or required to leave the places at which they are 
stationed. 

George Taylor, Pound Master. 

B. S. E. Williams, C. P. B. B. Bepair Shops. 
Allen Peel, Lafayette School, Oakland Point. 
John Maguire, Pioneer Planing Mill. 

Balph Balmford, Lincoln School. 
Daniel Morrison, Oakland Planing Mill. 
A. E. Dietz, Dietz Hall. 
E. G. Jones, High School. 
Darwin Degolia, B. B. Bridge, Alice street. 
Henry Theobold, Twelfth Street Bridge. 
John Brown, Clinton Mill, East Oakland. 
J. L. Boundy, Webster Street Bridge. 
William Stack, Zimmerman's Garden. 

Oakland Fire Department. 

The Fire Department of Oakland was in a chaotic state 
until the growth of the city compelled the authorities to 
select a competent man as chief engineer. It is not neces- 
sary to follow the history of the department from its incep- 
tion to its regeneration and permanent establishment. — 
Matthew De La Montanya was appointed chief engineer in 
1874, and still occupies the position. The service has been 
brought to a good state of efficiency ; a new steamer pur- 
chased, and the most that could be made of the available 
resources utilized. During the year there were tnirty-seven 
fires, involving a loss of $256,220 ; insurance upon the prop- 
erty destroyed amounted to only 836,300. The most impor- 
tant loss was that of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum, 
(outside the limits) §200,000, uninsured. 

A Fire Alarm Telegraph, with over ten miles of wire, has 
been recently constructed, and eight automatic fire boxes 
provided, which number will soon be largely increased. A 
gong of enormous sounding power has also been placed in 
the engine house of Phoenix No. 1 and of Felton No. 2. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 25 

The small loss by fire in this city during 1875 may be at- 
tributed to the efficiency of the department, especially in 
rapidity of movement, thereby crushing incipient conflagra- 
tions. Could any one of a dozen incipient fires which oc- 
curred during the year, have had a few moments more head- 
way, valuable properties would have been destroyed, and 
tracts, no telling how extensive, of our fair city been laid in 
ashes. But the tap of the bell or the click of the electrical 
machine meant instantaneous movement — hence great disas- 
ters have been avoided. 

The city is now the owner of three engine houses and four 
lots, viz : A brick engine house on the north side of Sixth 
street, between Broadway and Washington, built in 1875, 
accommodating the Felton and Hook and Ladder companies; 
a house and lot on Fifteenth near Washington, occupied by 
Phoenix Company No. 1; a lot, with house newly completed 
thereon of brick one story in height, on Eighth street, be- 
tween Willow and Campbell, West Oakland. This building 
accommodates the new steamer; a lot in East Oakland, on 
East Fourteenth street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth av- 
enues. , 

It is considered a matter closely concerning the interests 
of property owners, that a steamer be purchased as soon as 
practicable to supply the place of Brooklyn No. 3, and a 
suitable building erected therefor, on the East Oakland 
property. 

COMPANIES. 

Phcenix No. 1. — Located on Fourteenth street in the rear 
of City Hall. Provided with a third-class Amoskeag Engine 
drawn by two horses ; one hose-cart drawn by one horse and 
carrying 650 feet of hose. The company is full and num- 
bers nine men, as follows: C. Hooley, foreman and extra- 
man; S. Ennis, engineman; George Putnam, stoker; H. 
Taylor, hose-cart driver; S. Stevenson, N. O'Brien, M. J. 
Hallahan, Edward Clark and William Ballantyne, extramen. 

John B. Felton, No. 2 — Located on Sixth, between 
Broadway and Washington. Is supplied with a second-class 
Silsby Engine, drawn by two horses, and one hose-cart 
drawn by one horse and carrying 650 feet of hose. The 
Company consists of nine men. E. Voorhees, Foreman and 
Extraman ; W. T. Miles, Engineman ; C. Briones, Stoker ; 
L. Hoffman, Hose Driver ; W. B. Dewes, Extraman and 
Hose Inspector; P. Howell, J. P. Bennett, E. Cady, P. 
Header, Extramen. 



26 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Oakland, No. 3 — Located in new engine-house on Eighth 
street, near Wood. This new steamer went into commission 
April 1st, 1876. It is a second-class Silsby, costing §5,000. 
William Myles, Foreman ; George Demorest, Engineman ; 
William Ennis, Driver ; I). Cr onion, Hose Driver ; J. E. 
Bacon, P. McQuade, M. M. Kelly, A. H. Myers and John 
Farrell, Extramen. 

Brooklyn, No. 3 — This is a volunteer company, with 
apparatus located on East Twelfth street, East Oakland. It 
was organized in May, 1869. It is supplied with a hand- 
engine, of the Jeffries manufacture. The company numbers 
53 men. It is probable that this company will soon become 
a component part of the regular paid Eire Department of 
Oakland, in which case it will have the title of Brooklyn, 
No. 4. James Moffatt, Foreman ; E. Lawrence, First As- 
sistant ; George Lewis, Second Assistant ; William Hamil- 
ton, President; George Chase, Secretary; H. Turn Suden, 
Treasurer. 

Belief Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1 — Located on Sixth 
street, between Broadway and Washington. The truck is 
now drawn by two horses. The company is composed of 
eight men. J. O. Sarpy, Foreman ; W. Ennis, Driver ; 
J. G. Bobinson, Tillerman ; George Farwell, P. Skirrington, 
E. Campbell, Charles Ellis and J. C. Orr, Extramen. 

Cisterns are located as follows : On the comer of Second 
and Broadway, Third and Broadway, Fourth and Broadway, 
Eighth and Broadway, Thirteenth and Broadway. The con- 
struction of two additional cisterns — one at the intersection 
of Eighth and Wood streets, and one in East Oakland near 
Fourteenth street and Twelfth avenue — is proposed and will 
probably soon be accomplished. 

Eleven new hydrants were constructed during 1875, in 
addition to the fifty-four previously in use. The location of 
the new hydrants is as follows : Comer Fourteenth and 
Harrison streets ; Webster street, between Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth streets ; comer Franklin and Bernie streets ; cor- 
ner Broadway and Durant streets ; corner Jackson and 
Fourteenth streets ; comer Tenth and Poplar streets ; corner 
Eighth and Filbert streets ; corner Fifth avenue and East 
Fourteenth streets ; Harrison street, between Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth streets ; comer Ninth avenue and East Fourteenth 
streets ; corner Twelfth and Webster streets. 



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. , 27 

The expenses of the Department far the year are thus 
summarized : 

Salaries of officers 31,284 00 

Salaries of men 9,137 95 

Feed for horses 1,244 85 

Eent 324 00 

Gas 446 00 

Horse purchased 200 00 

All other items 1,112 35 

Total $13,749 15 

The total value of Department property, per inventory, is 
$40,075 43. 



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. 



It is a source of gratification to be able to publish the 
fact that the financial affairs of the city of Oakland are pru- 
dently and honestly managed. The rate of taxation is low, 
and funds raised by taxes or the sale of bonds are applied 
strictly to the purposes designed. Tax-payers, therefore, 
enjoy the satisfaction of receiving something tangible for 
their contributions. They can see honestly constructed 
public buildings and street improvements, and enjoy the 
oenefits a well governed and orderly community bestows. 
Following are the receipts from all sources for 1875 per 
report of the City Treasurer : 

City taxes _ ■ • y $214,627 33 

General trader's licenses 31,351 00 

Vehicle licenses 552 00 

Dog licenses 1,049 50 

Police Court 10,084 55 

City Wharf 6,801 75 

Miscellaneous 5,352 27 



Total revenue proper $269,818 40 

Received from sale of bonds (sewer) 158,734 37 

Received school moneys from State and county. 51,266 16 

Total receipts from all sources, $479,818 93 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Following are items of current expenditures for 1875 : 

Police Department $17,361 68 

Fire Department 13,617 17 

Repairs and sprinkling streets 6,903 65 

Lighting streets and City Hall ■ 21,812 17 

Miscellaneous (salaries city officers, etc.) 24,883 91 

Total $84,578 58 

The expenses of the public schools during the 

year were $108,429,27 

An engine house and hydrants were constructed 

at a cost of 14,680 20 

The construction of the lake sewer absorbed the 
proceeds of sale of bonds as per above 
statement 158,734 37 

The city has paid all accruing interest on bonds and holds 
a handsome surplus in the treasury. 



Bonded Debt. 

The following table shows all particulars concerning the 
bonded debt of the city : 



Date, 



Amount. 



Pay- 
able. 



Rate 
Int. 



Amount of 

Interest 
Charged. 



For what purposes. 



1858 
1868 
1868 
1870 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 



$18,400 

50,000 

16,000 

70,000 

50,000 

80,000 

15,000 

100,000 

100,000 

165,000 



1878 
1883 
1883 
1890 
1892 
1903 
1903 
1905 
1905 
1885 



7 

10 
10 
10 



10 



$ 128 80 Old Claims 

5,000 00! Erection of city Hall 
600 00 Carpentier judgm'nt 

7,000 00J Floating Debt 

4,000 00 . . .School Buildings 
6,500 00 Municipal Purposes 
1,500 00! . . .Dredging the Bar 
8,000 00J Municipal Purposes 
8,000 00 Refunding sch. bond 

13,200 00| Lake Sewer 



54,828 80 



Total$664,400 

The item of $165,000 bonds issued in 1875, were for the 
construction of the Lake Sewer, and is payable by the pro- 
perty benefited by that improvement, the city only extend- 
ing its guarantee. 

The assessed value of property within the city limits for 
1875-6 is $17,351,549. That of Oakland, including the 
Township outside the city limits, is $22,777,602. Brooklyn 



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. 29 



Township is $4,926,647. Alameda, $2,033,325. Eden, $3,- 
313,100. Murray, $2,916,467. Washington, $3,368,411. 
Total of Alameda County, $395,33,552. 

The indebtedness of the county is, funded, $247,944; 
floating, $143,346. Total, $391,290. The cost of the Court 
House was $195,380; of the jail, $43,800. Adding the value 
of the County Infirmary and it will be seen that Alameda 
County has assets equal to her indebtedness. 



Streets. 

The natural conformation of the surface of the city obviates 
the expense of heavy grades, while the abundance of rock in 
closely neighboring quarries has made good solid highways 
attainable at moderate cost. The city has generally ex- 
cellent streets and has a comprehensive system of sewerage. 
The completion of the great main sewer has provided drain- 
age facilities for nearly the entire city, and the figures given 
below show that the people are enterprising and determined 
to maintain their superiority in this respect as well as others. 
Grading, curbing, macadamizing and the laying of sidewalks 
has gone forward rapidly during the year. 

We publish a detailed statement which we have copied 
from the Transcript, as best authority, of all street improve- 
ments for the year. The location of the work done and the 
cost of each division of this branch of public improvement 
will be of interest to many persons, both at home and abroad. 

GRADING, CURBING AND MACADAMIZING. 

Myrtle street, Eighth to Fifth $ 2,573 38 

Tenth avenue, East Fifteenth to East Sixteenth. 2,924 00 

Tenth street, Market to Filbert 2,012 31 

Clay street, Tenth to Twelfth 1,494 64 

Thirteenth street, Broadway to Market 11,844 15 

Castro street, Fourteenth to Third 9,238 09 

Fifth street, Broadway to Webster 2,168 97 

Clay street, Seventh to First 5,928 01 

Thirteenth street, Broadway to Fallon 12,542 49 

Sixteenth street, from San Pablo avenue to a 
point half way between Jefferson and Grove 

streets • 2,956 59 

Sixth avenue, East Ninth to East Eleventh (re- 
grading and macadamizing). : '. . 740 08 

Total $ 54,422 71 



30 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



SIDEWALKS. 

Frederick street, Telegraph avenue to San Pablo 

avenue $ 304 75 

East Fourteenth street, Fifteenth avenue to 

Tenth avenue 657 60 

Pine street, Kailroad avenue to point 50 feet 

south to Atlantic street 346 65 

East Sixteenth street, Fourth avenue to Tenth 

avenue 294 86 

Myrtle street, Third to Fourteenth 1,309 70 

East Fifteenth street, Twelfth avenue to Thir- 
teenth avenue 93 68 

East Fourteenth street, Sixth avenue to Tenth 

avenue 374 85 

Eailroad avenue, Willow to Bay streets — north 

side _ '. 218 37 

Willow street, Taylor street to Eailroad avenue . 487 13 

Eighth street, Market to Brush , 152 97 

Chase street, Wood to Willow 153 91 

Eighth street, Wood to Market 2,208 24 

Campbell street, Taylor to Bailroad avenue .... 460 02 

Willow street, Taylor to Thirteenth 518 80 

West Twelfth street, Campbell to Wood 232 53 

Linden street, West Eighth to West Fourteenth 754 68 

Third street, Filbert to Adeline 372 36 

Market street— west side— Seventh to Twelfth. . 496 09 

Division street, Wood to Pine 234 97 

Bailroad avenue, Wood to Center 898 40 

Total $ 10,570 56 



CULVERTS AND CROSSINGS. 

Eighth street, Ninth and Tenth avenues and East 

Twelfth street $ 721 09 



MACADAMIZING. 

East Eleventh street, Fifth avenue to Eleventh . . $ 5,690 99 

Franklin street, Fourteenth to Durant 5,072 73 

East Fifteenth, Ninth avenue to Twelfth 2,256 95 

Total $ 13,020 67 



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. 31 

« 

LATEEAL SEWERS. 

Franklin street, Twelfth to Delger (2,459 ft). ... $ 3,511 15 
Filbert street, First to Eailroad avenue (1,711 ft.) 2,200 12 
Chester street, Eailroad avenue to a point 100 feet 

south of First street (1,138 ft) 1,527 36 

Fifth avenue, from a point 150 feet south from 

East Twelfth street to San Antonio creek 

(1,292 ft) 2,143 12 

Alice, Twelfth to San Antonio creek (2,999 ft) . . 4,549 07 
Seward street, Campbell street to Bay of San 

Francisco (1,783 ft) 2,241 98 

Jones street, San Pablo to Telegraph avenue 

(1,266 ft.) 1,263 60 

Sixth avenue, Eighth street to a point 200 feet 

south of south westerly line of East Twelfth 

street (1,224 ft) _ 2,154 25 

Poplar street, Twelfth to Eailroad avenue 

(1,642 ft.) 1,251 48 

Total (13,055 ft.) $ 20,848 15 

Lake Sewer (9,924^ ft.) 165,000 00 

Total (22,979i f t .) $185,848 15 

GRADING. 

Fifteenth avenue, north line of East Fourteenth 

to north line of East Sixteenth street $ 1,894 60 

Seventh avenue, East Eighteenth to East Nine- 
teenth street 357 80 

Fourteenth street, Brush to Castro, regrading . . 253 83 

East Fifteenth street, Eighth avenue to Twelfth 

avenue 758 38 

East Sixteenth street, Fifteenth avenue to Eight- 
eenth avenue 2,580 25 

Sixteenth avenue, East Fifteenth to East Six- 
teenth street 229 41 

First avenue, East Twelfth to East Fourteenth 

street 1,394 48 

Franklin, Delger to Fourteenth street 2,700 85 

East Tenth street, Second avenue to Ninth avenue 2,883 28 

East Fourteenth, First to Fourth avenue 2,946 45 

Thirteenth avenue, East Sixteenth to East Twen- 
ty-second street 1,948 56 

East Fifteenth, Sixth to Eighth avenue 268 23 

Eailroad avenue, Wood to Center 11,169 04 

Total $ 29,385 16 



32 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



GENERAL SUMMARY. 

Total cost of grading, curbing and macadamizing 

in 1875 $ 64,422 71 

Total cost of sidewalks in 1875 10,570 56 

Total cost of lateral sewers 20,848 15 

Cost of Lake Sewer 165,000 00 

Total cost of grading 29,385 16 

Culverts and crossings 721 09 

Macadamizing . . 13,020 67 

Grand total for 1875 $293,968 34 

The cost of all street improvements that have been made 
by public authority, up to Jan. 1st, 1876, is $1,055,902 88. 
The improvements that have been made by individuals are 
variously estimated at from $150,000 to $200,000, so that the 
grading and paving of our streets, the construction of our 
sidewalks and sewers have cost about one and one-quarter 
million dollars. 

The total cost of the sewers in the city is $254,036 38; 
their aggregate length is 77,693 feet, or fourteen and seven- 
tenths miles. 



REAL ESTATE. 



Activity or depression in "the real estate market of any city 
is a tolerably correct indication of the degree of confidence 
with which its future is regarded. General causes affecting 
the whole State or country may for a time reduce the volume 
of transactions even in the most promising locality, but such 
diminution of sales will be relatively less than in enterprises 
kept afloat by speculation only, without firm foundation, or 
lacking the natural advantages which are absolutely essential 
to the building up of a great city. For the last ten years, 
or since the future greatness of Oakland has become an ad- 
mitted certainty — since conjecture has given place to estab- 
lished fact — real estate has maintained an equable rate of 
enhancement in values, and has enjoyed at all times a satis- 
factory degree of activity. Were there a limit to the prob- 
able number which her population may attain; could a bound 
be set, beyond which, it might practically be argued, that 
her business could no longer expand, then landed property 
would in some degree lose its firmness, residence grounds 
would be sought only for purposes of retirement, water lots 
and business locations would no longer command, as now, 



REAL ESTATE. 33 



the firm faith of the most sagacious men of the day. But 
there are no such limits or bounds ; hence, year after year, 
real estate advances. It is more and more in demand for 
commercial purposes, while popularity is too mild a word 
to apply to the favor in which her suburban plats are held, 
as the most desirable on the coast for homes. 

In the annexed summary we have given the leading tran- 
sactions of every month of the past year, embracing a des- 
cription of the property sold and the price named in the 
deed. Property in this list is located in Oakland, unless 
otherwise stated. It is believed that the publication of this 
list of sales, in such form, in a work which will be preserved 
and consulted to the extent that a reliable city directory is } 
from year to year, will be of general interest and advantage. 
It will be seen by the tables that the sales for 1875 were 
much larger than ever before. Important sales on the water 
front for commercial purposes will attract the attention both 
of those who believe and those who doubt that Oakland is 
destined to become the great seaport of the Pacific Coast. 
One very noticeable and pleasant feature of the transactions 
is the great proportion of purchases for immediate improve- 
ment as homesteads. Very little speculative spirit is shown 
by the figures, thou in a city that has the splendid future 
before it that Oakland has, the owner must be a very matter 
of fact person indeed, who does not lift the veil of the coming 
years, and modify his ideas somewhat by what he beholds 
there. 

To the Oakland Eeal Estate Circular, published by F. S. 
Page, at 1007 Broadway, we are indebted for the valuable 
information embraced in the summary of the year's transac- 
tions. Following are the inost important sales in each month : 

January.— Lot 264 by 320, bounded north by Twenty-first 
street, east and west by Chestnut and Adeline ; also lot 296 
by 132, southeastern corner Twenty-first and Chestnut; also 
lot 118 by 132, southwest corner Twenty-first and Linden, 
$6,000. Lot on western line of Alice street, 78 feet north- 
erly from southern line of Fourteenth street, thence north- 
erly 78 by 150 feet, $3,750. Lot 75 by 100 feet, southeast 
corner Franklin and Seventh, $4,250. Lot on eastern line 
of Myrtle street, HOf feet northerly from Twelfth street, 
thence northerly 40 by 125 feet, $3,750. Lot on eastern line 
of Walker street, 50 feet northeasterly from Jackson, thence 
northeasterly 50 by 100, East Oakland, $2,000. Lot of one 
acre, northwest corner Linden and West Eleventh, $12,000. 
Tract bounded southeast by Bridge street, southwest by 



34 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Washington, northwest and northeast by Lake Merritt, East 
Oakland, $35,200. Lot 200 by 300 feet, bounded by Jeffer- 
son, Grove, First and Second, $15,000. Lot on south line 
of Fourth, 75 feet westerly from Broadway, thence westerly 
25 by 100, $1,800. Lot 100 by 100 on northwest corner 
Harrison and Fourth, $3,000. The total number of sales in 
January was 115; aggregate amount of sales, $414,717. 

Febeuaey. — One-half interest in lot 300 by 200, bounded 
north by Twelfth, south by Eleventh, east by Harrison and 
west by Webster, less 100 by 100 feet, northeast corner 
Eleventh and Webster, and 100 by 100 northwest corner 
Eleventh and Harrison; also one-half interest in furniture 
and fixtures of Grand Central Hotel, $85,000. This pur- 
chase was made by Michael Reese. Five-acre lot on road 
from Oakland to San Leandro, at Fruit Vale, $25,000. Lot 
on south line of Fourth street, 112| feet westerly from Alice 
street; thence westerly 37£ feet by 100, $3,800. Lot 100 by 
150, southwest corner Durant and Franklin, $5,000. One 
acre on west line of San Pablo avenue, near Twentieth, 
$30,000. Lot 50 by 103f, southeast corner Fifteenth and 
Jefferson, $1,600. Lot on west line Filbert street, 150 feet 
north from Twenty-eighth, thence northerly 50 by 125 feet, 
$2,800. The number of sales recorded in February was 110, 
representing $458,200. 

Makch. — Lot south line Kailroad avenue, 125 feet east from 
Campbell, thence east 126 feet to Peralta street by 109 feet 
7 inches; also lot 100 by 100 7-12, on southeast corner Rail- 
road avenue and Campbell; also lot 75 by 201 1-6 feet, 
bounded east by Campbell, north and south by Atlantic and 
William streets; also lot 72^ by. 120 feet, northeast corner 
Railroad avenue and Campbell, $8,790. Lot 150 by 100 feet, 
southeast corner Oak and Seventh streets, $4,000. Tract on 
west line of Poplar street, 244J feet north from West Tenth 
street, thence north 38J by 115 feet, $3,600. Lot 190 by 
135 feet, southwest corner Lincoln and Pine, at Sheriff's 
sale, $9,625. Lot north line Eighth street, 75 feet west from 
Broadway, thence west 75 by 100 feet £31,000. Lot 114£ 
by 100, northeast corner West Twelfth and Filbert streets, 
$4,500. Lot 50 by 75, northeast corner Tenth and West 
streets, $3,200. Lot north line Eleventh street, 75 feet east 
from Harrison street, thence east 75 by 100 feet, $7,500. 
Tract 100 by 600 feet, bounded east by St. George street, 
north and south by Washington and King streets, $4,500. 
Lot 100 by 80 feet, corner Tenth and West streets, $3,200. 
The sales for March aggregate $308,587. 



REAL ESTATE. 



35 



April. — Lot west line of Center street 379 feet north from 
Eighth street, thence north 100 by 125 feet; also east line 
Chester street 429 feet north from Eighth street, thence 
north 30 by 125 feet, $9,600. Lot north line of West Third 
street 54 feet west from Linden street, thence west 104 by 
112 feet; also north line West Third street 77 feet west from 
Chestnut street, thence west 150 by 112 feet, $4,200. Lot 
103| by 100 northeast corner Fourteenth and Grove streets, 
$4,400. Lot 100 by 150 feet, northwest corner Thirteenth 
and Broadway streets, $25,000. Lot east line of Union 
street 87£ feet north from Eighth street, thence north 120 
by 148 feet, $5,000. Lot east line of Chester street 272 feet 
south from West Twelfth street, thence south 38J by 125 
feet, $2,960. Lot west line of Harrison street 50 feet north 
from Fifth street, thence north 50 by 90 feet, $4,000. Lots 
in the Minturn Tract, Alameda, $15,000. Lot 11, Buena 
Vista Homestead Tract, $4,000. The number of sales for 
the month was 91, amounting to $268,595. 

May. — Lot on north line of Seventeenth street 400 feet 
east from Grove street, thence east 70 by 100 feet, $6,500. 
12 J acres tract on Cushing avenue, San Leandro, $8,000. 
Lot on east line Harrison street 100 feet north from Thir- 
teenth street, thence north 100 by 150 feet, $9,000. Lot 
west line Alice street 78 feet north from south line of Four- 
teenth street, thence north 78 by 150 feet, '$4,250. Lot 100 
by 100 feet, northwest corner Tenth and Grove streets, 
$3,650. Lot 50 by 100 feet, northeast corner Jefferson and 
Tenth streets, $6,200. Lot 100 by 150 feet, south corner 
Madison and Benton streets, $3,000. Block 6, Antisell Villa 
lots, Berkeley, $7,000. Lot south line Second street 75 feet 
west from Clay street, thence west 75 by 100 feet, $3,600. 
Lots 33 to 36 in Block C, East Oakland, $2,750. Total 
number of sales for May, 139; aggregating $319,762. 

- June. — Lot east line Washington street 100 feet north 
from Ninth street, thence north 25 by 75 feet; also south 
line of Tenth street 75 feet east from Washington street, 
thence east 50 by 100 ; also 98 acres near Lake Merritt, plats 
23 to 24, Oakland, $32,817. 30 acre tract, part of plat 23, 
$10,000. Lot 100 by 150 feet, south corner Madison and 
Benton streets, East Oakland, $3,000. Lot center line 
Sycamore street 950 feet west from Telegraph avenue, thence 
west 128 by 216J feet, $3,500. Lot 50 by 100 feet, north- 
west corner Tenth and Webster streets, $8,500. Lot 100 by 
125 feet, northwest corner Eighth and Myrtle streets, $5,500. 
Lot 150 by 150 east corner Washington and Fremont streets, 



36 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

East Oakland, $5,000. Lot 40 by 110 feet, southwest corner 
Brash and Eighteenth streets, $4,500. Lot east line Har- 
rison street 25 feet north from Seventh street, thence north 
25 by 75 feet, $3,000. Tract 400 by 529 feet, northwest 
corner Central avenue and Paru street, Alameda, $10,000. 
Lot 75 by 100 feet, southeast corner Second and Jefferson 
streets, $3,400. The number of sales was 200, amounting to 
$377,355. 

July and August — One-eighth of block 189, corner Four- 
teenth and Clay, $10,000. Lots 1, 4, 26, 27 and 28, in block 
194, $7,000. Lots 35, 38, 39 and 40 in Caledonia Home- 
stead Tract, $4,000. Lot 1 in Schroder Tract on Broadway, 
$4,300. Lot 2 in Schroder Tract on Broadway, $4,200. Lot 
3 in Schroder Tract on Broadway, $4,200. Lots 6, 7 and 
10 in Schroder Tract on Broadway, $7,285. Block 543, 
located on Filbert street, $4,250. Lots 12, 13 and part of 
14 in block 145, $5,000. Lot 87J feet on west side of Mad- 
ison street by 150 feet on north side of Fifteenth street, $15,- 
500. Lots 9 and 10 and parts of 5, 6, 7 and 8 in block 156, 
on Twelfth street, $5,800. Blocks 516 and 517 at Oakland 
Point, $50,000. The number of sales for July was 176, 
amounting to $339,192. The number of sales for August 
was 181, amounting to $482,679. 

September — Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 28, and westerly 20 feet 
of lot 27, in block 148, $10,000. 70 by 100 feet, being por- 
tion of lots 5, 6, 7 and 8, block 146, $4,450. Block 21, 
bounded by Clay and Jefferson, Second and Third streets, 
$22,000. Lot 348 feet on north side of Merrimac place by 
'145, 442 feet east of Telegraph avenue, $23,500. Lots 1 to 
24 in block 28 and water lots 349, 350 and 351 (Clinton) 
I. Friedlander to M. S. Latham, $100,000. Lots 19 to 25 
in block 194, $8,000. Lots 6 to 19 and 29 to 35, west half 
of 17 and 28, Hobart Tract, $23,000. Total number of 
sales in September, 123; value, $401,209. 

October— Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25 in block 117, 
$25,000. Part of block 110, $8,500. Lot F in City HaU 
tract, $8,000. Lot 10 in Alice Park tract, $4,000. Block 
636 and east half of block 635, $12,000, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 22, 
23 and 24 in block 46 (Clinton) $16,000. Lot 100 feet west 
of "Webster by 150 feet and 1182 north of Thirteenth street, 
$8,200. Lots 5 and 6 block 254, $10,000. Lots 17 and 18 
and part of block 54, $21,000. Lots 7, 8 and 9 in block 18, 
$12,200. The number of sales in October was 130, amount- 
ing to $263,901. 



REAL ESTATE. 37 



November — 104 acres and a fraction on San Pablo avenue 
(Berkeley) $157,180. Lot 100 feet on west side of Webster 
street by 100 feet on south side of Thirteenth street, $7,500. 
Lot 420 feet on west side Webster street, by 365 feet south 
side of Prospect street, $25,000. Lots 3 to 6 in Hitchcock 
tract and other property, $25,000. Lots 21 and 22 in block 
19, $6,500. The number of sales in November was 129, 
amounting to $481,005. 

December — Sales during the closing month of the year 
were unusually light, numbering only 116, representing 
$117,720. 

MONTHLY SUMMARY, 1875. 

January $414,717 00 

February 458,200 00 

March 308,587 00 

April ' 268,595 00 

May 319,762 00 

June 377,355 00 

July 339,192 00 

August 482,679 00 

September ! '. 401,209 00 

October 263,901 00 

November 481,005 00 

December 117,720 00 

Total $4,232,924 00 



Sales of Real Estate in the City of Oakland from 1867 to 
1875, inclusive: 

1867 $1,685,237 00 

1868 2,700,038 00 

1869 2,518,315 00 

1870 2,294,534 00 

1871 2,074,163 00 

1872 2,459,015 00 

1873 2,439,595 00 

1874 3,042,371 00 

1875 4,232,924 00 

The sales for 1875 exceeded those for 1874 by $1,190,553, 
a gain of thirty-nine per cent, in the volume of transactions. 



38 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



IMPROVEMENTS . 



A very general and continuous activity in building has 
prevailed throughout Oakland and its suburbs for several 
years past. Accurate statistics place the number of build- 
ings erected in 1874 at 1,063. In the absence of such sta- 
tistics for the year 1875 we have availed ourselves of the 
observations of the Oakland Transcript in general terms: 
Three churches have been erected — the First Presbyterian 
at a contract price of $52,000, the First Methodist at a cost 
of about $30,000, and a Methodist Church in West Oakland. 
In hotel accommodations the city has gained during the year 
the " Centennial," on Fourteenth street near the City Hall, 
at a cost of $40,000, and the Central Pacific, on the corner 
of Webster and Eleventh streets, costing $9,000. Among 
the more prominent buildings erected for business purposes 
are the Union Bank (addition) $6,000; Delger's Block, $18,- 
000; C. P. K. E. passenger depot, $7,000; A. Geshard's, 
$10,000; Jacob Samm's Flouring Mill, with five run of stone; 
G. M. Blair and California Bridge Company; a planing mill 
40 by 50 feet; a stair factory 50 by 75 feet, and P. S. Wil- 
cox's warehouse on First street, with a storage capacity of 
5,000 tons. • 

A goodly number of elegant and costly residences were 
added to the already numerous private edifices of the city. 
In nothing is the confidence of the moneyed men of Oakland 
better illustrated than in their willingness to invest largely 
in elegant homesteads. The following named citizens have 
built houses, during the past year, ranging in cost from 
$8,000 to $40,000 each : W. W. Cameron, E. C. Sessions, 
J. E. Whitcher, J. M. Walker, J. B. Ford, C. W. Howard, 
L. C. Perez, W. B. Hardy, J. W. PhiUips, M. Vincent and 
M. Hoffschneider. The Beal Estate Associates and the 
Central Land Company have built many houses, which, sell- 
ing on the installment plan find ready purchasers. 

The cost of buildings erected in 1875 is estimated at 
$1,750,000 by the most conservative judges, while others 
place the figures at $2,000,000 or over. A greater number 
of cheap dwellings sprang up, for the immediate use of the 
crowd of incomers, than ever before. These inexpensive 
but necessary adjuncts to the growth of the city swell the 
number of new structures largely, while augmenting the 
aggregate value comparatively/little. Altogether, it is esti- 
mated that about sixteen hundred buildings of every descrip- 
tion were added to the city during 1875. It is not our pur- 
pose here to speak of the temporary effect which the financial 



EDUCATIONAL. 39 



panic experienced in San Francisco in August may have had 
upon building enterprises in Oakland. The cloud was but 
a transient one, and will not change the grand aggregate of 
the year's work materially. 

The building prospect for 1876 is flattering. New struc- 
tures are being daily commenced, architects are busily 
engaged, and the familiar sound of the saw and hammer 
never ceases. The growth of Oakland and suburbs will be 
greater during the current year than ever before in a like 
period of time. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



The Public Schools of Oakland. 

In no city of the State are the public schools more liber- 
ally sustained than in this, the educational centre of Cali- 
fornia. Commodious, first-class buildings have been erected, 
and the best of talent employed that liberal salaries can 
secure. The pupil can fit himself for the University in 
these perfectly graded people's colleges. As figures are 
facts, we can do no better than present the tabular state- 
ments furnished by the Transcript, regarding the operations 
of the School Department for 1875 : 

FINANCIAL. 

The expenditures of the School Department, during the 
year 1875, were as follows : 

Salaries of teachers $ 67,620 93 

Salaries of clerk, supt. and janitors. 7,053 52 

Light, water and rents 1,770 16 

Furniture 6,096 74 

Books and supplies 1,839 23 

Building 13,385 38 

Fuel 1,519 50 

Repairs 2,448 03 

Incidentals 6,695 78 

Total $108,429 27 

•GENERAL STATISTICS. 

The following statistics are from the official census, taken 
in June, 1875 : - v 

Children under 5 years of age 2,482 

Children between 5 and 17 years of age 4,749 

Total number under 17 years of age 7,231 



40 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Number between 5 and 17 who have attended public 

schools during the year 3,225 

Number between 5 and 17 who have attended private 

schools during the year '. 407 

Number between 5 and 17 who have attended no school 

during the year 1,117 

Number found who might be subject to the operation 

of the Compulsory Education Law 2 

The increase since last year of children under 5 years of 
age has been 312, or 14 4-10 per cent. ; increase of those 
between 5 and 17, 882, or 22 8-15 per cent. 

The growth of the schools, public and private, is shown 
by the table which we copy below. It is from the report of 
Superintendent Campbell, to whom we are indebted for 
much interesting information concerning the department 
under his supervision. Following is a statement of the 
number of children of school age, who have attended public, 
private and no school, for the last thirteen years : 



Public Schools. 


Private Schools. 


No Schools. 


Tear ending June 30, 1863 . . . 


. 109 


193 


75 


Year ending June 30, 1864 . . . 


. 138 


276 


90 


Year ending June 30, 1865 . . . 


. 227 


288 


112 


Year ending June 30, 1866 . . . 


. 307 


218 


173 


Year ending June 30, 1867 . . . 


. 455 


313 


155 


Year ending June 30, 1868 . . . 


. 567 


317 


196 


Year ending June 30, 1869 . . . 


. 684 


355 


293 


Year ending -Tune 30, 1870 . . . 


. 911 


417 


319 


Year ending June 30, 1871 . . . 


.1,132 


338 


312 


Year ending June 30, 1872 . . . 


.1,566 


271 


579 


Year ending June 30, 1873 . . . 


.2,118 


343 


541 


Year ending June 30, 1874 . . . 


.2,699 


400 


873 


Year ending June 30, 1875 . . . 


.3,225 


407 


1,117 



There are ten school buildings, sixty -three classes, and 
sixty-five teachers. 

The total number enrolled, for each month in the year, 
was as follows : 



January 2,931 

February 2,914 

March ' 2,985 

April v 2,965 

May 2,838 

July 3,443 

The value of the property owned by the department is 
thus given by the Superintendent: land $122,700; buildings 



August 3,442 

September 3,433 

October 3,451 

November 3,463 

December 3,286 



EDUCATIONAL. 41 



$115,000; furniture $16,000; total $253,700. The amount 
of debt incurred by the city in the pivrchase of real estate 
and in the erection of school houses is $162,000. Secretary 
Campbell reports the following as correct estimates of the 
value of the several properties owned by the School Depart- 
ment: 

High School $39,500 00 

Lafayette •.'. 47,000 00 

Cosmopolitan 2,500 00 

Prescott 19,000 00 

Grove street 12,750 00 

Lincoln 39,000 00 

Harrison 2,250 00 

Franklin 33,500 00 

Swett .- 13,500 00 

Durant 26,500 00 

Vacant Lots 15,000 00 

Total $250,500 00 

A new school building has been recently completed. It 
is located on the corner of Seward and Campbell streets. 
The building contains four rooms and will accommodate 250 
pupils. It is called the "New Prescott." The cost of 
building and lot is $9,000. This addition to the school fa- 
cilities of that section was imperatively needed. 

High School. — Corner of West Twelfth and Market 
streets. J. B. McChesney, Principal. C. B. Bradley, Vice- 
Principal. Emma Temple and S. N. Jewett, Assistants. 

Cosmopolitan School. — Corner of Eleventh and Grove 
streets. P. A. Garin, Principal and Teacher of French. H. 
P. Stearns and Cloelia Lewis, Assistants. 

Irving Gkammar School. — Corner of Market and West 
Twelfth streets, in High School building. J. B. McChesney, 
Principal. J. Walbridge, Georgia Persing, Mattie Call, 
Georgia Smith, Mrs. Shorkley, Sara Boniface and Mrs. C. 
B. Bradley, Assistants. 

Lincoln Grammar School. — Corner of Tenth and Alice 
streets. A. F. Craven, Principal. N. A. Craven, M. L. 
Hoyt, Elizabeth Craig, S. H. Wilson, J. B. Kent, Minnie T. 
Kimball and Annie P. Meek, Assistants. 

Lafayette Primary School. — Corner of Twelfth and Jef- 
ferson streets. A. F. Aldrich, Principal. K. A. Campbell, 



42 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Mary Alexander, E. P. Rann, Ella Myrick, E. W. Anderson, 
M. S. P. Eobinson and M. E. Pelham, Assistants. 

New Feanklin Geammae School. — Tenth avenue, between 
East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth streets. J. H. Sumner, 
Principal. E. R. ITucker, L. E. Bentley, L. E. White, L. 
D. Watson, L. Kinkade, C. M. Ellis, E. S. Elliot, M. S. 
Kimball, F. C. Sutherland and H. A. Buel, Assistants. 

Durant School. — Corner Grove and Twenty-eighth 
streets. H. P. Carlton, Principal. H. P. Sexton, MaryL. 
Dame, Kate Elliott, Octavia Wetmore, Amelia Clow, Mrs. 
Tarbox and Helen Blakeslee, Assistants. 

Geove Steeet Peimaey School. — Grove, between Fourth 
and Fifth streets. N. D. Standiford, Principal. Clara 
Hawley, Jennie Nesbitt and M. O. Neil, Assistants. 

Haeeison Steeet Peimaei* School. — Corner Sixth and 
Harrison streets. Ada Hamilton, Principal. S. G. Towle 
and Mary Bradford, Assistants. 

Peescott Geammae School. — Corner Campbell and Tay- 
lor streets. James Stratton, Principal. R. R. Johnston, 
Clara Germain, S. J. Wythe, Julia Sherman, Sallie Germain, 
Mrs. Winchester, E. A. Stevens, M. V. Kingman, Louisa 
Allen, Assistants. 

Special Teachees. — Professor T. Sohlke, Teacher of Ger- 
man ; Mrs. A. W. Brodt, principal Teacher .of Drawing ; 
Miss Lizzie Mann, assistant Teacher of Drawing; George S. 
Needham, principal Teacher of Music; Miss E. P. Brown, 
assistant Teacher of Music. 



The University of California. 

The University of California is located at Berkeley, the 
most northerly suburb of Oakland, situated about four and 
one-half miles from the city, and is reached by a horse rail- 
way from Oakland, and by ferry from San Francisco. That 
the site was well chosen may be seen by the following 
from the (manuscript) report of Professor Soule. 

"The diversified character of the surface brings into 
use all the principles of surveying and topography. It 
is in area 200 acres, is watered by numerous springs in 
the hills. With the spring water and ^surface water 
saved, the grounds can be thoroughly irrigated through- 
out the. year, and made to blossom as the rose. The lower 
portion of the grounds is flat and moist throughout the year, 



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and will nourish such trees, flowers and shrubs as require 
such soil. Then there is a higher plateau, upon which the 
various buildings have been or are to be located, forming 
the campus proper. Beyond, toward the Monte Diablo 
Eange, the ground rises into hills, the highest of which is 
884 feet above tide water, and 584 feet above the base of the 
south college. The average height of the tract is 400 feet 
above tide water. The hilly portion could be well utilized 
for forestry. The University is supplied with water from a 
reservoir of 38,Q00 gallons capacity, situated at the foot of 
Strawberry Canon, and at an elevation of 205 feet above the 
basement of the south college. It will carry water entirely 
over any building contemplated. Strawberry Creek is for a 
large portion of the year a beautifully clear stream ; during 
the winter it discharges an enormous quantity of water, and 
runs between steep banks ten to fifteen feet in depth, and 
with a span of from 30 to 100 feet. Along it are found many 
shady, quiet nooks, gracious to the scholar, philosopher and 
naturalist. The soil of the lower portion of the site is a deep 
rich adobe, capable of being wrought into a soil of great 
productiveness ; on the plateau it is a lighter kind ; on the 
hills there is a thin soil of decomposed shale rock, etc. It 
would be difficult to find within so small an area as the Uni- 
versity site a spot with so many varieties and capabilities in 
the way of soils, irrigation and exposure." The view, too, 
is magnificent. Facing the Golden Gate, the eye takes in 
the whole peninsula at a sweep, with its great mart of com- 
merce, its shipping, and the bold yet lovely islands that deck 
the bay, while to the eastward the towering hills afford a fine 
background of relief to the eye, as it turns from the extended 
plain below. 

The Constitution of the State requires the legislature to 
provide for the maintenance of a university, and in March, 
1868, a law was passed, creating and organizing the Univer- 
sity of California. The State appropriated $200,000 from 
the sale of tide lands, as part of the Endowment Fund. A 
"Seminary and Public Building Fund," amounting to 
$100,000, existed, which was made another part of the en- 
dowment, while the old College of California, which had 
been in existence since 1855, and had accumulated a large 
property, transferred it entire to the University ; this latter 
property was valued at $120,000. Congress had already 
made a donation of 150,000 acres of land for the estab- 
lishment of an Agricultural College in California. _ Noth- 
ing could be more pertinent or proper than making the 
Agricultural College a part and portion of the University, 



44 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

and it was clone. This combination of circumstances gives 
the University a very handsome Endowment Fund, which 
will be largely increased from the advance in real estate held 
by it under the grants. Two large and commodious build- 
ings were occupied, though not fully completed, at the 
commencement of the college year, in September, 1873. 

The south hall is of brick, one hundred and fifty-two feet 
in length, average width fifty-six feet, and four stories in 
height. It contains thirty-four rooms, six of which are 
thirty-two by forty. eight feet in size. 

The north hall is built of wood, is one hundred and sixty- 
six feet in length, average width sixty feet and four stories 
in height. It is divided into twenty-eight rooms. The as- 
sembly room is forty-three by fifty-eight feet, and the phil- 
osophical lecture room thirty-six by fifty-eight feet. The 
cost was $357,000. 

The institution embraces seven c)istinct Colleges as fol- 
lows : Scientific, Agriculture, Mechanics, Engineering, Chem- 
istry, Mining and Medicine. 

In the College of Letters the Degree conferred is that of 
A.B.; in the College of Science, Bachelor of Philosophy, 
and in the College of Medicine, M.D. 

College of Agricultuee. — Instruction is given by exper- 
imental and illustrated lectures, recitations, essays and class 
discussions, and in the practical illustration of principles 
upon the University grounds. 

College of Mechanics. — This college educates mechani- 
cal engineers and machinists. Advanced classes are in- 
structed in civil engineering to the extent 'necessary for the 
purposes of this college, including Mathematics, Physics 
and Theoretical Mechanics. Special attention is given to 
Industrial Drawing, with view to thorough education in the 
principles of construction of machinery. 

College of Mining. — In this college are given courses of 
lectures on Chemistry, Metallurgy, Geology, Minerology and 
Engineering. The laboratories are ample to conduct the 
most refined investigation. 

College of Engineering. — The object of this college is 
to give thorough instruction, in those studies which pertain 
to the profession of a civil engineer. In the advanced years 
instruction is also given }n Physics, Geology, Zoology in lit- 
erary branches, including Modern Languages, History and 
Political Economy. 



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College of Letters. — The College of Letters maintains 
two courses, the Classical and the Literary. The former is 
identical with the general course of studies in the great col- 
leges of the Eastern States and England. The latter affords 
a most complete and thorough training in its special studies. 

College of Medicine* — Is held at Toland Hall, in San 
Francisco, and affords ample opportunities for acquiring the 
highest degree of excellence in the theories of the profes- 
sion. 

Applicants for admission should be at least sixteen years 
of age, and bring satisfactory testimonials. Young ladies 
as well as young men are received as students. There is no 
charge' whatever for tuition. 

The number of students now attending the University is 
reported in the annual catalogue as follows: Seniors 34, 
Juniors 27, Sophomores 56, Freshman 155. 

KEGENTS. 

EX-OFFICIO EEGENTS. 

His Excellency William Irwin, Sacramento, Governor, ex- 
ofncio President of the Board. . 

His Honor J. A. Johnson, San Quentin, Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor. 

Hon. G. J. Carpenter, Placerville, Speaker of the As- 
sembly. 

Hon. Ezra S. Carr, Sacramento, State Superintendent of 
Public Instruction. 

E. S. Carey, Esq., Sacramento, President of State Agri- 
cultural Society. 

A. S. Hallidie, Esq., San Francisco, President of the Me- 
chanics Institute of San Francisco. 

John Le Conte, Berkeley, Acting President of the Uni- 
versity. 

APPOINTED KEGENTS. 

Eev. 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 Winans, Esq., San Francisco. 
J. Mora Moss, Esq., Oakland. 
J. M. Hamilton, Esq., Guenoc. 
D. O. Mills, Esq., Millbrae. 
William Meek, Esq., San Leandro. 



46 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Hon. Frank M. Pixley, San Francisco. 
Hon. William T. Wallace, San Francisco. 
Hon. Eugene Casserly, San Francisco. 

HONORARY REGENTS* 

Hon. John S. Hager, San Francisco. 
A. J. Bowie, Esq., San Francisco. 
Hon. John B. Felton, Oakland. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 

Acting President of the University — John Le Conte. Ad- 
dress, Oakland; office, Berkeley. 

Advisory Committee — .Regents Hager, Martin, Moss and 
Stebbins. 

Treasurer — D. O. Mills. 

Dean of the Academic Senate — Martin Kellogg. 

Chief of Military Instruction — W. T. Welcker. 

Secretary and Superintendent of the Grounds. — Robert 
E. C. Stearns. Address, Oakland; office, Berkeley. 

Assistant Secretary — J. Ham Harris. 

Land Department of the University — Office, 728 Mont- 
gomery street; P. O. Box, 2040, San Francisco. 

ACADEMIC SENATE. 

John Le Conte, M. D., Acting President, and Professor 
of Physics and Mechanics. 

William Ashburner, Professor of Mining. 

George W. Bunnell, A. M., Professor of the Greek Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

George Davidson, A. M., non-resident Professor of Geodesy 
and Astronomy. 

Stephen J. Field, LL. D., non-resident Professor of Law. 

Frederick G. Hesse, Professor of Industrial Mechanics. 

Eugene W. Hilgard, Ph. D., Professor of Agriculture and 
Agricultural Chemistry. 

Martin Kellogg, A. M., Dean and Professor of Ancient 
Languages. 

Joseph Le Conte, M. D., Professor of Geology and Natural 
History. 

Bernard Moses, Ph. D., Professor of History. 

Paul Pioda, Professor of Modern Languages. 

Willard B.- Rising, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry and 
Metallurgy. 

*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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Edward E. Sill, A. M., Professor of the English Language 
and Literature. 

Frank Soule, Jr. (IT. S. Military Academy), Professor of 
Civil Engineering and Astronomy. 

William T. TVelcker (U. S. Military Academy), Professor 
of Mathematics. 

W. A. Barbour, A. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

George F. Becker, A. B., Ph. D., Lecturer on Metallurgy. 

Samuel B. Christy, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

George C. Edwards, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathematics 
and Commandant of Cadets. 

Carlos F. Gompertz, Instructor in Spanish. 

Leander L. Hawkins, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathematics 
and Surveying. 

John D. Hoffmann, Instructor in Mechanical and other 
branches of Instrumental Drawing. 

Henry B. Jones, Assistant Instructor in German. 

G. de Kersaint-Gily, Instructor in French. 

Robert E. Ogilby, Instructor in Free-hand Drawing. 

Edward A. Parker, Ph. B., Instructor in Physics and 
Mechanics. 

James M. Phillips, A. B., Instructor in Hebrew and An- 
cient History. 

Albin Putzker, Instructor in German. 

Ambrose C. Richardson, A. B., Instructor in Latin and 
Greek. 

Joseph C. Bowell, A. P., Librarian. 

E. H. Sears, A. B., Instructor in Latin and Greek. 

F. Slate, Jr., S. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

Robert E. C. Stearns, Secretary and Superintendent of 
the Grounds. 

J. Ham Harris, Assistant Secretary. 

John Ellis, Gardener. 

Abel Whitton, Manager University Press. 

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS. 

John W. Bice, Ph. B., College of Engineering. 
Isaac T. Hinton, Ph. B., Mathematics. 
Vm. Carey Jones, A. B., Recorder of Faculty. 
Franklin P. McLean, Ph. G., Chemistiy. 
Frank S. Sutton, Ph. B., College of Agriculture. 



STUDENT ASSISTANTS. 

Charles Butters, Telegraphic Operator. 

Frederick L. Button, Mathematics. 

J. B. Clarke, Mathematics. 

X. Y. Clark, Natural History and Geology. 



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JANITORS. 

John Scannell and Cornelius Quick, North Hall. 
John Hart and Peter McEvoy, South Hall. 

Golden Gate Academy. 

J. N. Harkins and A. E. Kellogg, Principals. Located 
on Academy Hill, near Telegraph avenue. Students of both 
sexes received, either as boarders or day scholars. 

ACADEMY DEPARTMENT. 

In the management of this department three objects are 
made prominent. First, to provide for the young men and 
women of this Coast sure advantages for obtaining such 
fitness for college and university as to prepare them to 
realize the highest results from their after study. In the 
academic, classical and English courses, the student will 
find such studies as are necessary to a thorough preparation 
for university courses. Any who have a partial preparation, 
whose studies have been interrupted, will usually find here 
classes which they can enter without loss of time. By far 
the larger class of students do not expect to pursue a col- 
legiate course, yet desire an English education more or less 
complete. These will find in the English course a complete 
curriculum of English study, special attention being paid to 
English composition, grammar, language-lessons, and other 
studies bearing upon our much neglected mother tongue. 

A system of daily marking is observed in all departments 
of the school, and a weekly report of the scholarship and 
deportment of each pupil is made out and read before the 
assembled school every Tuesday morning. Each separate 
report is transferred to postal card and sent to the parent 
or guardian interested, so that week by week he is kept 
informed of the progress of those whom he has in the 
school. 

PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

This department has two divisions — a grammar room and 
a primary, The grades correspond very nearly to those in 
the public schools; however, examinations for promotion 
are held quarterly, so that those capable of rapid advance- 
ment are not necessarily detained a whole year in one grade. 

The building occupied by this department was built with 
special reference to its accommodation, and is a model of 
convenience in every respect. There are some thirty rooms, 
large and well ventilated, furnished with single beds, and as 



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49 



the building faces east and west, they are open to the morn- 
ing or afternoon sun. * 

Many of the boys who have been for some time in the 
Institution, have carpeted their rooms and adorned the walls 
with pictures, making for themselves perfect little homes, in 
which they take great pride. 

The matron resides in the building, and gives her entire 
time and attention to superintending the home life. The 
rooms are carefully inspected each day ; the clothing attended 
to, and in her the boys find a sympathizing friend. Some 
four acres are set apart as a playground for this department. 
Thus, while giving ample room for out-door sports and 
exercise, they are separated from the boys of the Academy 
Department. 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 

In this department it is designed to" afford young men a 
thorough practical preparation for business; something that 
shall serve them in the same stead as though they had 
acquired their experience in the office of the most rigid and 
exacting business man. The Business Course of instruction 
embraces three departments : Theoretical, Junior or Actual 
Business, and Senior or Banking and Office Department. 

THEORETICAL DEPARTMENT. 

In this department the student is made acquainted with 
the whole theory of general business, including correspond- 
ence, bookkeeping in all its branches, the forms and uses 
of commercial paper, such as drafts, notes, bills of exchange, 
powers of attorney, deeds, bonds, etc. 

JUNIOR OR ACTUAL BUSINESS DEPARTMENT. 

Here the student is assigned his office desk, and furnished 
with a capital, consisting of cash, real estate and stocks, 
corresponding to the business in which he is first to engage. 
Here the student is taught the application of the principles 
learned in the preceding department, and it is designed not 
only to afford him veritable experience in the practical man- 
agement of a set of books, but also in all details of business 
as occurring in the daily experience of merchants, bankers, 
brokers, etc Everything is conducted here on a real money, 
merchandise and business paper basis. It is regulated by 
a standard chronicle of trade and prices current, which is 
daily revised and corrected by the city market. Some sixty 
thousand dollars in commercial currency have been issued, 
and are in circulation in this department. 



50 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



SENIOR OR BANKING AND OFFICE DEPARTMENT. 

In this department are the Railroad, Steamboat, Express, 
Real Estate and Insurance offices, the First National Bank, 
and the Golden Gate Commercial College Bank. This bank 
is conducted in every respect the same as our city banks, 
there being no difference in regard to the mamier of doing 
business, or in keeping the accounts. 



PENMANSHIP. 

A special department of penmanship in connection with 
the commercial department affords unequalled facilities for 
imparting a knowledge of the art. The special course of 
penmanship embraces business and epistolary writing, fancy 
lettering, pen-drawing, and India-ink shading, or if the 
student prefers, he can spend the whole of the prescribed 
time, six months, in the acquirements and practice of an 
elegant and rapid business and epistolary hand. 

TELEGRAPHY. 

There are altogether three offices in the various buildings 
of the Institution, one connected with the Western Union 
Telegraph Co., others in connection with a private line. 
The offices are in charge of a skillful sound operator. 

INSTRUCTORS. . 

J. N. Haskins, Latin and Rhetoric. 

A. E. Kellogg, Greek, History and English Composition. 

H. L. Henderson, Mathematics and Science. 

W. R. Barbour, Lecturer on Chemistry. 

Madame Martinez, Modern Language. 

Lucie A. Hale, Music. 

L. K. Mihills, Landscape Sketching, etc. 

W. V. Marsh, Penmanship. 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT. 

L. K. Mihills, Principal. 

W. V. Marsh, Assistant and Instructor in Telegraphy. 

PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

G. C. Hall, Principal. 

Mrs. Mary Ward Hall, Assistant. 



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Mills Seminary. 

This is a large and admirably conducted^institution devoted 
to the culture and education of young ladies. It is delight- 
fully situated at Fruit Vale, at the foot of the San Pablo 
range of hills, in the midst of charming and romantic 
scenery. The location is all that could be desired, in all 
that concerns health and beauty. It is sheltered from the 
fierce westerly winds, and escapes the unpleasant penetrat- 
ing fog. This Seminary was opened in 1871, and, although 
now private property, it is the design of the founders to 
make it a permanent institution. The grounds embrace 
fifty acres, adorned with fine oaks, through which winds a 
stream of water, rendering the verdure fresh at all seasons. 
The main building is 218 feet in length, with a wing 136 
feet deep, two stories high, surmounted with a Mansard 
roof. It has accommodations for two hundred pupils. 
The scholastic year is divided into two terms of twenty 
weeks each, commencing respectively January 10th and 
August 2d of each year. Board of Instructors: Rev. C. T. 
Mills, Principal and Professor Mental and Moral Philoso- 
phy; Mrs. C. T. Mills, Associate Principal and teacher Liter- 
ature and Natural Theology; Miss E. 0. Hatch, Assistant 
Principal and Teacher Natural Sciences; Miss Jane C. Tol- 
man, Instructor in Literature, Rhetoric and Art; Miss E. S. 
Wilson, Mathematics and Physiology; Miss Cynthia K. Gould- 
ing, Mathematics and Mythology: Miss Ellen A. Raynor, 
History; Miss Mary P. Gass, Grammar and Natural His- 
tory; Miss Ellen A. Hatch, Elocution and Composition. 

Preparatory Department — Miss R. A. Bills, Principal; 
Miss Clara D. Edwards, Assistant. 

Telegraphy and Penmanship — Augustin Knoflach, In- 
structor. 

Department of Languages — MissE. C. Hatch, Instructor 
in Latin; Madame Camile C. Berill, Instructor in French 
and German; Augustin Knoflach, Instructor in Spanish and 
Italian. 

Department of Music — Ernst Hartmann, Edouard Von 
Adelung, Ferdinand F. Zellner, Edward Hohfeld, Otto 
Seyd, Miss Marion E. Rowell and Miss Kate S. Spencer. 

Instructor in Vocal Music — Alfred Kelleher. 

Instructor in Painting and Drawing — Raymond D. Yel- 
land. 

Attending Physician— M. W. Fish, M. D. 



52 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

California Military Academy. 

Kev. David McClure. Principal. Location on east side of 
Telegraph avenue near Prospect avenue. This school was 
established in January, 1865, by the j)resent proprietor and 
principal. There are three buildings, each three stories 
high, connected by corridors. The symmetrical develop- 
ment and discipline of the mind and the formation of a good 
physical constitution are the prime objects of the system of 
instruction. The military system of drilling and discipline 
has been adopted to secure physical culture, promptness, 
presence of mind and its attendant results. The Legisla- 
ture of California in 1872 passed an act to "Commission 
the Commandant of this Academy as Major in the National 
Guard of California," and to furnish the cadets -with arms 
and accoutrements. The scholastic year is divided into two 
terms of twenty weeks each, beginning respectively on the 
third Wednesday of July and the first Wednesday in Jan- 
uary. 

Pacific Theological Seminary. 

Located on Academy Hill. This institution had its origin 
in San Francisco, in 1869, and was removed to Oakland in 
1871. A thorough theological education, fitting candidates 
for the ministry, is given in a course embracing three years. 
There is no charge whatever for tuition or rooms, and aid is 
extended to those who take the full course and are especially 
needy. Rev. J. A. Benton, D. D., Professor of Sacred Lit- 
erature ; Rev. George Mooar, Professor of Theology ; Rev. 
A. L. Stone, San Francisco, President ; Rev. W. C. Pond, 
Secretary of the Board. 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. 

This institution was founded in 1868, by the Sisters of the 
Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, under the patronage of the 
Rev. M. King, pastor of Oakland. It is located near the 
head of Lake Merritt, on Webster street. An elegant and 
substantial building, three stories in height, one hundred 
and ten feet in length, and seventy-five feet deep, was erected 
in 1873-4. This building is supplied with all modern im- 
provements for the comfort and convenience of the pupils. 
The basement contains a gymnasium ; the first floor contains 
parlors, music rooms, museum and library. The library 
consists of a thousand volumes, generally of a highly useful 
and instructive class of books. The second story contains 
class-rooms, oratory and recreation halls. Lying on the 



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shores of the lake, the young ladies have the privilege of 
enjoying tin* pastime and healthful exercise of boating. 

The course of study embraces the elementary branches, 
the higher English branches, modern languages, literature, 
drawing, painting, music, ornamental needle-work, etc. The 
pupils are also instructed in those highly essential arts, good 
cooking and plain sewing. The number of pupils is nearly 
one hundred. 

State Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute. 

This institution is located near the State University at 
Berkeley. The farm consists of one hundred and thirty 
acres, eighty acres of which are on the hills fronting the bay. 
Pure water is supplied by hillside springs, and the elevated 
site ensures the purest of air. Altogether, a better location 
could not have been chosen. So healthful is the spot, that 
it is recorded that no case of sickness, sufficiently severe to 
require watching by night, occurred for two years among 
one hundred and twenty-five inmates. On the 17th of Jan- 
uary, 1875, the beautiful and costly stone building occupied 
by the institution was destroyed by fire, and the exigencies 
of the case, with more than a hundred helpless unfortunates 
to shelter and provide for, were indeed great. But the spirit 
of energy, coupled with that of benevolence, which inspires 
the citizens of Alameda County, found means to build a tem- 
porary structure without delay and, as early as April 21st, 
three months from the time of the disaster, the school was 
again opened. 

The course of studies pursued at this Institute is veiy 
nearly the same as that embraced in the public schools and 
in the seminaries, with the addition of music, which is taught 
the blind as a means of obtaining a livelihood. The insti- 
tution is sustained by the State, but clothing and traveling 
expenses must be provided by the parents or guardians of 
the children, except in cases of extreme poverty, when a 
proper certificate from the County Judge will authorize the 
directors to supply clothing. 

The management of the institution is entrusted to a Board 
of five Directors, appointed by the Governor. The present 
Board consists of the following named gentlemen : J. Mora 
Moss, Oakland; H. H. Haight, Alameda; E. J. Crane and 
D. D. Shattuck, San Francisco. Warring Wilkinson, Prin- 
cipal. D. D. Shattuck is Secretary and Treasurer. 

A committee of ladies, consisting of Mrs. L. A. Booth, 
Mrs. C. P. Hamilton, Mrs. H. M. Bingham, Mrs. H. P. 



54 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Livermore, Mrs. Mary Brayton and Mrs. J. B. Harmon, 
conduct the internal and domestic arrangements. 

Instructors in the Deaf and Dumb Department : George 
B. Goodall, F. P. Fowler, Henry Frank and C. P. Smith. 
Instructors in the Blind Department : Charles T. Wilkinson, 
George B. Goodall and Mrs. A. B. Goodall. 

St. Mary's Academy. 

North side of Eighth street, between Jefferson and Grove. 
Under charge of the Sisters of the Holy Name of Jesus 
and Mary. 

Classical and English School. 

Corner Locust and "Valley streets. Kirk "W. Brier, Prin- 
cipal. 

Home School for Young Ladies. 

Miss H. A. Field, Principal. Hobart street, between 
Telegraph and San Pablo avenues. Receives a limited 
number of boarding pupils, to whom the attractions of a 
home are given, while securing a thorough education. 

St. Mary's Free School. 

Under the charge of the Sisters of the Holy Name of 
Jesus and Mary. Located on Seventh street, near Jefferson. 



CHURCHES. 



First Baptist Church. 
Location, southeast corner of Fourteenth and Brush 
streets. Rev. B. S. McLafferty,. pastor. Pastoral residence, 
810 Fourteenth street. Hours of service, at 11 A. M. and 
7:30 P. M. Sunday School at 12:30 p. M. This Society 
possesses an elegant and imposing church edifice, con- 
structed of wood, and is free from debt. Miss G. Lowell, 
organist; % E. D. Farrington, director; Mrs. McLafferty, so- 
prano; Miss Jewell, tenor; A. J. Chambers, bass. ■, 

East Oakland Baptist Church. 

Location, northeast corner of East Fourteenth street and 
Tenth avenue. Rev. Thomas G. McLean, pastor. Pastoral* 
residence, southeast corner of Twelfth avenue and East 
Nineteenth street. Hours of service at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 
p. m. Sunday School at 12 :30 p. m. 



CHURCHES. 55 



First Congregational Church. 

Location, Washington, between Tenth and Eleventh 
streets. Rev. J. K. McLean, pastor. Pastoral residence, 
east side Washington, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. 
Services at 11a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School at 1:30 
P. M. Miss Dillaye, organist and director; Mrs. Hanford, 
soprano; Mrs. Collins, alto; Mrs. Crabtree, tenor. The 
Sabbath School numbers over three hundred scholars. 

Second Congregational Church. 

Location, Chase street near Willow. Rev. Charles H. 
Pope, Pastor. Pastorial residence, Campbell street near 
Lincoln. Services at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School at 12:15 p. m. S. Allen Becket, organist and di- 
rector A new church edifice with a seating capacity of 
four hundred has been recently completed at a cost of 
$7,500. 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church. 

Location, corner of Plymouth avenue and Elm street. 
The pulpit is supplied by Professors Benton and Mooar, of 
the Theological Seminary. Services at 7 :30 p. m. Sunday 
School at 12:30 p. m. 

St. John's Episcopal Church. 

Location, Grove street between Seventh and Eighth. 
Rev. Benjamin Ackerly, D. D., Rector. Residence, west 
side of Adaline between West Fourteenth and West Fif- 
teenth streets. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :39 p. M. Sunday 
school at 9 :30 a. m. The church has over one hundred and 
fifty communicants and a flourishing Sabbath school. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

Location, Twelfth street between Webster and Franklin. 
Rev. J. Lewis Parks, Rector. Residence Telegraph av- 
enue near William street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 
P. M. Sunday school at 9 :30 A. M. W. H. Whittaker, or- 
ganist and director; Miss Kneeland, soprano; Miss I. 
Ikert, alto; F, E. Patton, tenor. The value of the Church 
property is in excess of $20,000. 

Church of the Advent (Episcopal). 

Location, corner of East Fourteenth street and Seven- 
teenth avenue. Rev. Sidney Wilbur, Rector. Residence, 
Sixteenth avenue near East Sixteenth. Services at 11 a. m. 



56 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. MissLillie Littlejolm, organist 
and director; Miss Mary Littlejolm, soprano; Jennie Lit- 
tlejolm, alto; M. Freeman, bass. 

First Methodist Church. 

Location, southwest corner Fourteenth and Clay streets. 
Eev. C. V. Anthony, Pastor. Pastoral residence, 917 Alice 
street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Sunday School at 
9:30 A. M. Professor Gunn, organist and musical director, 
-with volunteer choir. A church edifice costing $29,470 has 
recently been completed. 

German Methodist Church. 

Location, Seventeenth street between San Pablo and Tel- 
egraph avenues. Eev. F. Bonn, Pastor. Pastoral resi- 
dence, south side of Brown between Grove and Telegraph 
avenue. Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School at 9:30 a. m. 

Campbell Street Methodist Church. 

Location, on Campbell between Eighth and Taylor streets. 
Eev. J. H. Wythe, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. 

African Methodist Church. 

Location, Southeast corner Seventh and Market streets. 
Pastorship vacant. 

First Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner Fourteenth and Franklin streets. Eev. 
James Eells, Pastor. Eesidence, southwest corner Hobart 
and Telegraph avenue. Services, 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m. 
Sunday School at 9:30 a. M. The church building and fur- 
niture is valued at over §80,000. W. J. McDougal, organ- 
ist and director; Mrs. S. M. Little, soprano; Mrs. McDou- 
gal, alto; A. Elder, tenor; C. A. Klose, bass. 

East Oakland Presbyterian Church. 

Located, northeast corner of East Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth avenue. Eev. W. H. Dean, Pastor. Eesidence, 749 
East Fourteenth. Services, 11a. m; Sunday School at 
12:30 p. m. 

First German Presbyterian Church. 

Services at Odd Fellow's Hall, corner Eleventh and Frank- 
lin, at 11 a. m. William Buehren, Pastor. Eesidence, west 



CHURCHES. 57 



side Eighth avenue, between East Seventeenth and East 
Eighteenth. Louise C. Buehren, organist. 

Independent Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner Thirteenth and Jefferson. L. Hamilton, 
Pastor. Residence, 1165 Jackson. Services, at 11 A. M. 
and 7:30 P. M. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception (R. C.) 

Location, west side Jefferson, between Seventh and Eighth. 
Rev. Michael King, pastor ; Rev. Hugh Logan and Rev. — 
Lawrence, assistants. Mass on Sundays at 7, 9 and 10:30 
A. m.; vespers at 7:30 p. m. Mass on week days at 7 a. m. 
Sunday School after the 9 a. m. mass ; number of scholars 
about 450. Members of parish, 4,000. Seating capacity of 
church, 1,300 ; average morning attendance, 2,500. 

St. Anthony's Church (R. C.) 

Location, east side of Fifteenth near Sixteenth avenues. 
Rev. William Gleeson, Pastor. Mass at 10 :45 a.m. Sundays, ' 
and at 7 a. m. on Week days. Yespers on Sundays at 7:30 
p. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m. 

Seventh Day Adventists. 

Hall, corner Twelfth and Broadway. Services, Saturday 
at 11 A. M. Sunday School at 10 a. m. 



CEMETERY. 



Mountain View — Webster near Piedmont. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Masonic. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 61, A. F. and A. M. — Stated meet- 
ings are held on the first Friday evening of each month at 
Masonic Hall, southwest corner Broadway and Eighth. 
Called meetings, Friday evenings. Membership, 130. Jas. 
Barton Pomeroy, W. M.; James Todd Gardiner, S. W; 
John C. Marsh, J. W.; Charles W. Reid, Treasiu-er; James 
Lentell, Secretary; John R. Glascock, S. D.; D. B. Oakes, 
J. D.; Benjamin Ackerly, Chaplain; George Ferrell, Stew- 
art; John Ross, Tyler. 



58 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 188, A. F. and A. M.— Stated meet- 
ings on the first Saturday of every month at Hall in Broad- 
way block, betwen Eleventh and Twelfth. Membership, 200. 
J. W. Porter, W. M.; Jessie Walton, S. W.; J. N. Hoyt, 
J. J.; C. B. Rutherford, Treasurer; J. E. Ingalls, Secre- 
tary; C. C. Palmer, Senior Deacon; David Shakespear, 
Junior Deacon. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No 225, A. F. and A. M. — Stated meet- 
ings, on the first Tuesday of Each month ; called meetings, 
every Tuesday evening, at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, on the 
east side of Twelfth, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth av- 
enues, East Oakland. Present membership, 32. J. V. 
Webster, W. M. ; B. M. Atchison, S. W. ; 1. M. Walker, J. 
W.; J. J. Newsome, Treasurer; J. H. Sumner, Secretary; 
Samuel Newsome, Senior Deacon, J Hunt, Junior Deacon. 

Oakland Chapter, No. 26, E. A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the first and third Thursday evenings of each 
month at hall of Live Oak Lodge. William B. Clayton, 
High Priest; F. H. Brooks, King; William Bolton, Scribe; 
Oregon C. Luelling, Royal Arch Captain ; Alexander Gem- 
mell, Master Third Vail; A. McKeen, Master First Vail; J. 

E. Whitcher, Treasurer; James Lentill, Secretary; John 
Ross, Guard. 

Alameda Chapter, No. 36, R. A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the second and Fourth Wednesdays of each 
month at the hall in Broadway Block, on Broadway, between 
Eleventh and Twelfth. James Dodds, High Priest ; W. A. 
Walter, King ; A. W. Collins, Scribe ; Jesse Walton, Cap- 
tain of the Host; J. J. Porter, Principal Sojourner; A. D. 
'Farrington, Royal Arch Captain ; C. C. Palmer, Master 
Third Vail ; William Graham, Master Second Vail ; Joseph 

F. O. Bierne, Master First Vail ; J. E. Ingalls, Secretary ; 
C. T. H. Braun, Treasurer. 



Adoptive Masonry, the Order of the Eastern Star. 

Oak Leaf Chapter, No. 8.— Present membership 116. 
Increase in membership since October 1st, 1875, forty. 
Meets at Masonic Hall on the second and fourth Tuesdays of 
each month. John C. Marsh, Worthy Patron ; Eleanor B. 
Farrington, Worthy Matron; Emily Bagge, Associate Matron; 
Ricka Hirshberg, Treasurer; Mary E. Partridge, Secretary; 
Maggie J. Marsh, Conductress ; Julia Spencer, Associate 
Conductress ; Deborah Hirshberg, Adah ; Sarah A. Harris, 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 59 



Ruth; S. Ella Wliitcher, Esther; Maria Hitchcock, Martha; 
C. C. Walter, Electa; Ellen J. Rutherford, Sentinel. 

A new Masonic Hall, of brick, three stories in height, is 
in course of construction. It will be first class in all par- 
ticulars, and a credit to the Order as well as to the archi- 
tectural skill of the designer and builder. It is located on 
the corner of Ninth and Washington streets. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

This organization has a comfortable hall, built and owned 
by a joint stock company composed of members of the 
Order, on the corner of Franklin and Eleventh streets. All 
the Lodges, Encampments and other Odd Fellows' societies 
meet at this hall; the Library also occupies a portion of the 
second floor, looking out on Franklin street. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 118. — Meets every Tuesday evening. 
The present membership is 251. C. R. Lewis, N. G.; W. 
H. Rouse, Y. G. ; W. S. Dryden, Recording Secretary; W. 
P. Pinkham, Financial Secretary; Peter Baker, Treasurer. 

University Lodge, No. 144. — Meets every Thursday! eve- 
ning. Present membership 166. John H. Kercheral, N. 
G. ; M. L. Broadwell, V. G.; A. D. Thompson, Recording 
Secretary; J. W. Wolf, Permanent Secretary; J. R. Capell, 
Treasurer. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 198. — Meets every Monday evening. 
Present membership 124. P. J. Ipsen, N. G.; Jesse Wal- 
ton, V. G.; William Chamberlain, Recording Secretary; N. 
B. Hoyt, Permanent Secretary; David Shakspear, Treasurer. 

Orion Lodge, No. 189. — Meets every Saturday evening at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, East Twelfth street, East Oakland. Pres- 
ent membership, 90. J. K. Smallman, N. G; F. W. LeBal- 
lister, V. G; Dr. M. W. Fish, Recording Secretary.- 

Golden Rule Encampment. — Meets on the first and third 
Friday evenings of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Membership, 130. W. S. Dryden, Chief Patron; George 
W. Lewis, High Priest; William Clayton, Senior Warden; 
W. P. Pinkham, Scribe; David Shakespear, Treasurer. 

Alameda Degree Lodge, No. 5. — Meets on the second and 
fourth Friday evenings of each month. Membership, 263. 
E. G. Jones, Degree Master; John H. Kercheral, Deputy 
Degree Master; D. E. Bontree, Secretary; P. J. Ipsen, 
Treasurer. 



60 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Oakland Eebekah Degree Lodge, No. 16. — Meets every 
Wednesday evening. Membership, 78. G. TV. Lewis, N. 
G.; Mrs. Albert H. Soutirwick, V. G.; Mrs. William El- 
dridge, Secretary; Mrs. O. E. Roberts, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Eebekah Degree Lodge, No. 12. — Meets every 
first and third Mondays in the month at Odd Fellows' Hall, 
East Twelfth street, East Oakland. Membership, 42. G. 
Chase, N. G.; Mrs. J. C. Holland, V. G. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association. — Meets on the last Mon- 
day evening of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. C. B. 
Rutherford, President; C. R. Lewis, Secretary. 

Odd Fellows' Library. — Second floor Odd Fellows Hall. 
See Libraries. 

Odd Fellows' Relief Committee. — Meetings are held 
every Sunday morning, at ten o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 
corner Eleventh and Franklin streets. George E. Bugbee, 
President; Jesse Walton, Secretary; John H. Kercheral, 
Treasurer. 



The Heptasophs, or Order of Seven Wise Men. 

Eureka Conclave, No. 4. — Meet at Pythian Hall, 1109 
Broadway, every Thursday evening. Present membership, 
60. O. E. Roberts, E. A.; John A. Whitcher, TV. P.; J. 
Stewart, P.; W. L. McKay, W. C; G. R. Dunning, Record- 
ing Secretary; M. D. Hewitt, Treasurer; James Fowler, 
Financial Secretary; J. Shurvell, I. G.; H. A. Anderson, 
H.; A. T. Johnson, W.; M. A. Helon, G.; T. Pollard, S. 

Oakland Encampment, No. 1. Meets at Pythian Castle, 

1109 Rroadway, every alternate Sunday evening. W. L. 
McKay,. M. E. C; O. E. Roberts, W. P.; J. A. Whitcher, 
W. C; A. T. Johnson, V. P.; A. H. Southwick, I. G.; G. 
S. Drew, H.; G. R. Dunning, Scribe. M. D. Hewitt, Treas- 
urer; A. FoUrath, W.; J. Shurvell, G. 



United Ancient Order of Druids. 

Oakland Grove, No. 24. — Meets at Hall of Live Oak 
Masonic Lodge every Wednesday evening. Membership 65. 
George Bloom, N. A.; John F. Obrock, Y. A.; Daniel Sies- 
battel, Secretary; Frederick Shaflher, Treasurer. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 61 



Knights of Pythias. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 17. — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Pythian Castle, 1109 Broadway. Membership about 
117. C. F. Harrington, P. C. ; J. H. Downey, C. C. ; H. E. 
Moymer, V. O.J William McCarty, Prelate; S. Stephenson, 
Keeper of Records and Seal; D. B. Bankhead, M. of E.; 
H. A. Holland, M. of F.; D. S. Hirshberg, M. at A.; Wm. 
Walkinson, I. G.; J. C. Orr, O. G. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 32. — Instituted August 21, 1875. 
Present membership, 83. Meets every Friday evening at 
Schimmelpfening's Hall, East Oakland. Adam Follrath, 
P. C. and District Deputy G. C; George Lewis, jr., P. C.; 
Shadrach Osborn, C. O.j William H. Hamilton, V. C; 
Joseph Anderson, Prelate; George Lewis, jr., Keeper of 
Records and Seal; Frederick Schimmelpfenning, sr., M. of 
E.; David Hughes, M. of F.; J. Colby, M. at A.; John 
Lewis, I. G.; A. W. Culter, O. G. 

Liberty Lodge, No. 35. — Meets every Thursday evening 
at New Masonic Hall, corner Railroad avenue and Willow 
streets. Instituted April 1st, 1876. Membership, 36. W. 
C. Eddings, C. C; George H. Whalley, P. C; H. Y. Baker, 
V. C; James Hooper, Prelate; E. H. Packard, Keeper of 
Records and Seal; James T. Morehead, M. of F. ; Deri B. 
Kester, M. of E. ; James G. Pettit, M. at A. ; E. F. Thayer, 
I. G.; A. H. Anderson, O. G. 

Improved Order of Red Men. 

Cherokee Tribe, No. 27. — Meets at corner of Broadway 
and Eleventh streets every Friday evening. Present number 
of members 34. T. H, Allen, Sachem; R. Hughes, Senior 
Sagamore; William Helmer, Junior Sagamore; W. E. King, 
Chief of Records; W. T. Myles, Treasurer. 

Ind'p't United Order of Red Men (exclusively German). 

Alameda Stamm, No. 113. — Meets every Monday evening 
at Pythian Hall, 1109 Broadway. Membership, 85. George 
Jarwort, O. Chief; Rubert g Hunenmacher, N. Chief; C. 
Rhein, B. Chief; D. Vogt, Treasurer; E. Harmon, Secretary. 

Ancient Order of Hibernians. 

County Delegate, P. Mullen; General President, S. D. 
Cronin; General Vice-President, S. S. Smith; John O'Brien, 



62 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Financial Secretary; John Coyle, Recording Secretary; 
Patrick Donahoe, Treasurer. 

Division No. 1. — Meets on the third Thursday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall, Broadway, between Third and 
Fourth. Patrick Murphy, President; John Braswell, Vice- 
President; John Bryan, Financial Secretary; James Leonard, 
Recording Secretary; Eugene Lynch, Treasurer. 

Division No. 2. — Meets on the first Thursday of each 
month at Hibemia Hall. James Keyes, President; P. Mc- 
Quade, Vice-President; Edward Lawson, Secretary; John 
Fitzsimmons, Financial Secretary. 



Independent Order of Good Templars. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 384.— Meets every Thursday 
evening at Schimmelpfenning's Hall, East Twelfth street, 
between Fifteenth and Sixteenth avenues, East Oakland. 
Membership about 35. L. J. Rector, P. W. C. T.; H. G. 
Oliver, W. C; Sarah Cutler, W. V. T.; James Buckley, 
Secretary; H. Hale, Financial Secretary; Amelia Schim- 
melpfenning, Treasurer; F. M. Reed, Marshal; — Tichenor, 
Chaplain. 

Athens Lodge, No. 286. — Meets every Saturday evening 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Eleventh and Franklin streets. 
D. B. Bankhead, P. W. C. T.; B. Peckham, W. C. T.; Mrs. 
William Bouton, W. V. T.; C. G. Read, Secretary; Miss 
Minnie Moskiman, Treasurer; H. Bell, Marshal. 

Fountain Lodge, I. O. G. T. — Meets every Saturday 
evening at Live Oak Lodge Room, corner Broadway and 
Eighth streets. Present membership, 60. E. T. Anthony, 
P. W. C. T.; W. E. Turner, W. C. T.; Mrs. Harlon, W. V. 
T. ; Mrs. Lovejov, W. S. ; W. S. Dryden, W. F. S. ; M. A. 
Gunn, W. T. ; John Harris, W. M. 

Ivy Lodge, No. 200. — Meets on Friday evenings at Pe- 
louze's Hall. Membership, 50. This is a new lodge, having 
been instituted in January, -1876. Mrs. A. P. Partridge, 
Lodge Deputy; J. M. McGuire, R. W. C. T. ; E. D. Packard, 
W. C. T.; M. E. Partridge, W. V. T.; J. Frey, W. S.; W. 
G. Hawkett, W. F. S.; Clara Lawler, W. Treasurer; — 
Judd, W. M ; Miss Craig, W. D. M. ; Miss Mary McGuire, 
W. 1. G.; Charles Scott, W. O. G. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 03 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 



Alameda County Medical Assocl\tion. — Meets at Health 
Office, City Hall, on the first Monday evening of each month. 
Organized October 25, 1869. Incorporated January 9, 1871. 
Number of active members 24. Honorary members 5. An- 
nual election on the first Monday in January. Dr. M. W. 
Fish, President; E. D. Jones, vice-President; C. H. Kit- 
tridge, Secretary; P. Wheeler, Treasurer. Board of Censors: 
C. H. Allen, R. P. Babcock, M. W. Fish. 

Oakland Benevolent Society. — Quarterly meetings are 
held on the second Mondays of March, June, September 
and December, at such place as may be designated in call. 
The object of the Association is to afford relief to the 
worthy, whom adverse circumstances have rendered tem- 
porarily needy. G. W. Armes, President; W. B. Hardy, 
Treasurer; Mrs. D. Stuart, Secretary; A. I. Gladding, E. P. 
Sanford, F. S. Page, Trustees. 

Brooklyn Literary Society. — A society for the mutual 
cultivation in elocution and literary excellence. Meets 
every Wednesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oak- 
land. J. K. Smallman, President; A. Rhein, Secretary. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society. — Meets on the first Sunday 
evening of each month at the Hall, Broadway between 
Seventh and Eighth. A. Barrett, President; N. Witkowsky, 
Vice-President; D. S. Hirshberg, Secretary, J. Letter, 
Treasurer; I. Marcus, L. Greenebaum and S. Hirshberg, 
Trustees. 

Oakland Harmonic Society. — Meets at the chapel of the 
First Congregational Church on Tuesday evenings. Rev. 

Charles H. Pope, President; Crabtree, Vice-President; 

W. H. Craig, Secretary; John T. Coe, Treasurer; John P. 
Morgan, Musical Conductor. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society. — Meets on the third 
Sunday of each month at the corner of Eighth and Jefferson 
streets. Stephen Cronin, President; John Cary, Vice- 
President; P. R. Sheehan, Secretary; M. J. Ryan, Treas- 
urer. Membership, 70. 

Oakland Turnverin— Hall, on Ninth street, between 
Washington and Jefferson. Regular meetings are held on 
the first and third Wednesday evenings of each month. A 
library comprising over one thousand volumes is sustained 



64 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

by the association. The reading room is open every even- 
ing. A lot 75 by 100 feet on Webster street near Seventh 
has recently been purchased, and a large and elegant hall 
will soon be erected. Officers: Kichard Emil Harmon, 
President; W. Humeltenberg, Vice-President; August 
Folde, Secretary; Henry Sohst, Treasurer; Henry Heyer, 
Assistant Treasurer; Henry Heitmann, Firs't Leader; Ch. 
Otto, Second Leader; Gotlieb Koch, Steward and Li- 
brarian. 



MILITARY. 



Oakland Guard — Unattached. Belonging to Second 
Brigade N. G. C. Armory, on Broadway, between Seventh 
and Eighth. Weekly drill, every Thursday evening. H. D. 
Ranlet, Captain; Henry Maloon, First Lieutenant; Oscar 
Sarpy, Second Lieutenant; Levi S. Bixby, Orderly Sergeant. 
Membership, 86. 



BANKS. 

First National Gold Bank of Oakland. 

969 Broadway. V. D. Moody, President; J. W. Knox, 
Vice-Presieent; G. M. Fisher, Cashier. Authorized capi- 
tal, $1,000,000. Paid up capital, 8100,000. Deposits De- 
cember 31, 1875, $103,000. Outstanding loans, December 
31, 1875, $125,000. 

Union National Gold Bank. 

Southeast corner Broadway and Ninth. A. C. Henry, 
President; H. A. Palmer, Secretary. Capital, $100,000. 

Oakland Bank of Savings. 

915 Broadway. E. C. Sessions, President; W. W. Cam- 
ron, Vice-President; Charles Roberts, Cashier. Author- 
izee capital, $1,000,000. Depositors December 31, 1875, 
1,007. Deposits, $904,494. Loans, $1,122,670. Earn- 
ings for six months $76,944. Diviends, $62,425. 



BANKS. 65 

Union Savings Bank. 

Soutlieast corner Broadway and Ninth. J. West Martin, 
President; H. A. Palmer, Vice-President and Treasurer; 
W. W. Crane jr, Attorney. Loans December 31, 1875, 
$1,305,444. Deposits, 11,012,282. Capital and reserved 
fund, $510,040. Dividends $29,754. 



LIBRARIES. 



Oakland Library. 

Located on Fourteenth, street, near Washington, on City 
Hall square. The association has a handsome building, 
the ground upon which it stands being owned by the city, 
and no rent being charged for its occupancy by the library. 
Member's contribute annually six dollars each to a fund, from 
which all expenses are paid and additional volumes placed 
upon the shelves. The number of members is about three 
hundred and fifty. This popular library contains over four 
thousand volumes, which are drawn out at the rate of fifteen 
thousand annually. Officers: J. B. McChesney, President; 
C. W. Kellogg, Vice-President; George W.» Edwards, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer; Miss Ina D. Coolbrith, Librarian. 
Directors: E. P. Flint, J. R. Glasscock, D. Henshaw Ward, 
Mrs. Charles Bugbee, Miss Nellie Eells, J. P. Moore, F. M. 
Campbell, George W. Armes. A. H. Burnham and W. W. 
Crane. The rooms are open daily from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. 

Odd Fellows' Library. 

Second floor of Odd Fellows' Hall Building, corner 
Franklin and Eleventh streets. The present number of 
volumes in the library is a little over 3000 ; several hun- 
dred volumes have recently been added to the collection. 
During 1875, 8610 volumes were taken out for perusal. 
The library is sustained by Oakland, University and 
Fountain Lodges of Oakland, each Lodge contributing 
fifty cents per quarter for each member of the Lodge in 
good standing. Officers : William D. Harwood, Presi- 
dent ; George E. Sherman, Vice-President ; G. W. Lewis, 
Secretary; W. S. Dryden, Corresponding Secretary ; P. E. 
Davis, -Treasurer ; P. J. Ipsen, Librarian. 

Oakland Reading Room Association. 

L. L. Alexander, President; F. S. Page, Vice-President; 
William W. Garthwaite, Treasurer. Organized with the 
view of establishing a library and reading room. 



66 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



THE PRESS. 



The Press of Oakland consists of two daily morning and 
one daily evening *papers, four general weekly newspapers, 
(three English and one German,) a religious paper, and a 
paper devoted to the interests of real estate. They are 
generally well edited, and reflect the spirit of the growing 
city. 

Teanscript (Daily morning paper) — 911 Broadway. Pub- 
lished by Bishop & Powers. A. W. Bishop, Editor. Year- 
ly suqscription $7 ; weekly, by carrier, 15 cents. 

News (Daily morning paper). — Ninth street, between 
Broadway and Washington. Published by the News Pub- 
lishing Company. Yearly subscription $7 ; weekly, by 
carrier, 15 cents. 

Tribune (Daily evening paper). — 911 Broadway. Pub- 
lished by Tribune Publishing Company. Yearly subscription 
$5 ; delivered at 15 cents per week. 

Alameda County Gazette (Weekly). — Established in 
1855. The oldest paper in the county. 911 Broadway. 
Published by Bishop & Powers. Subscription price $2 per 
year. 

Oakland Journal (German weekly). — Published by the 
Journal Company, 911 Broadway. Subscription price $3. 

Brooklyn Vidette (Weekly). — Issued every Friday. Of- 
fice corner Thirteenth avenue and East Fourteenth street, 
East Oakland. G. W. Barter, Publisher. Subscription 
price $3.50 per annum. 

West Oakland Press (Weekly). — Published by De Witt 
C. Lawrence, at Oakland Point. 

Pacific Seventh Day Adventist. — Corner Castro and 
Eleventh streets. Published weekly by the Pacific Seventh 
Day Adventist Company. 

Oakland Real Estate Circular.— Published monthly by 
by F. S. Page, 1007 Broadway. 



THE STREET RAILROAD SYSTEM. 



Franchises for street railroads in Oakland have been 
greatly in demand. A number have been secured, and no 
less than six routes are now running. Several more are 
contemplated. These roads will all pay well until the invent- 



STREET RAILROADS. 67 



ing genius of some practical man shall place speedy locomo- 
tion within the reach of the people. As it is, people are 
well accommodated in Oakland. They can go north or 
south, east or west, without walking — though not so rapidly 
perhaps as they might wish, still, it is a ride. The fare on 
all the roads is ten cents for a single ticket, or four tickets 
for a quarter. 

Oakland Eailroad — This road extends from the foot of 
Broadway to Berkeley, a distance of five and a half miles. 
The route is via Broadway and Telegraph avenue. J. S. 
Emery, President; George Y. Loring, Secretary; J. W. 
Knox, Treasurer. 

San Pablo Eailroad — This road runs from the corner of 
Seventh and Broadway to Oakland Park. The route is on 
Broadway and San Pablo avenue. The road is two miles in 
length. J. S. Emery, President; George Y. Loring, Secre- 
tary; J. W. Knox, Treasurer. 

Broadway and Piedmont Eailroad — This road runs from 
Seventh and Washington via Fourteenth, Broadway and 
Webster to the Mountain View Cemetery, a distance of 
about three miles. Walter Blair, President; Montgomery 
Howe, Secretary and Superintendent. 

Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Eailroad — This road runs from 
Brooklyn station via Thirteenth avenue to the east end of 
Fruit Vale avenue, a distance of about two and one-half 
miles. C. T. Hopkins, President; E. C. Sessions, Secre- 
tary; J. B. Webster, Treasurer. 

Fruit Vale and Mills Seminary Eailroad — Brooklyn sta- 
tion on Fourteenth street and via county road and High St. 

New Street Railroad Grants. 

Grants of permission for the construction of the following 
street railroad lines were awarded by the city government 
during the year 1875 : 

To the Oakland, Alameda and Piedmont Eailroad Com- 
pany the right to construct and maintain, for twenty years, a 
horse railroad, commencing at Webster street, thence west- 
erly along Water '^street to Broadway, thence northerly to 
Fourth street. 

^ To W. A. Bray, E. M. Derby, J. West Martin and E. C. 
Sessions, the right to construct and maintain, for twenty-five 
years, a street railroad, begining where East Fourteenth 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



street intersects the East boundary line of the city, running 
thence westerly to Fifteenth avenue, thence southerly to East 
Twelfth street, thence westerly to Fourteenth Avenue, thence 
southerly to right-of-way of Central Pacific Kailroad Com- 
pany. Also for a branch from the intersection of the East 
line of Fifteenth avenue with East Fourteenth street, west- 
erly to Thirteenth avenue, thence southerly to East Eleventh 
street, thence easterly to intersection of East Eleventh street 
and right-of-way of Central Pacific Railroad Company. — 
Work to be commenced within one year and completed within 
three years. 

To C. T. Hopkins, J. V. Webster and E. C. Sessions, the 
right to maintain a street railroad, for twenty-five years, 
commencing at East Eleventh street 100 feet West from 
Thirteenth avenue, thence easterly to Thirteenth avenue, 
thence northerly to East Twenty-second street, thence east- 
erly 300 feet, thence northerly through the lands of Haynes 
and others to County road number 1135, thence easterly to 
Fruit Vale avenue. Work to be commenced within one year 
and completed within three years. 

To Walter Blair and M. and S. Howe the right to maintain 
a street railroad, for twenty-five years, from the center line 
of Broadway and Fourteenth streets westerly to Washington 
street, thence southerly to First street. Work to be com- 
menced within one year and completed within three years. 



THE OAKLAND FERRY. 



Following are statistics of travel on this ferry between San 
Francisco and Oakland for 1875. The accommodations on 
this line are all that could be desired and the fares moderate, 
single trip tickets are sold at fifteen cents, and monthly 
commutation tickets, entitling the holder to cross daily, 
once each way, are sold at three dollars : 



Round trips 595,175 

Single trips 1,802,190 

Com. (17,183) 1,630,945 



Total for 1875 4,028,310 

Total for 1874 3,192,904 

Total for 1873 2,655,671 



POST OFFICES. 69 



MORTUARY REPORT. 



The report of the health officer for 1875 shows that Oak- 
land maintains her high reputation as one of the healthiest 
cities of the continent. We quote the following: 

There were 338 deaths — 183 males and 155 females. Of 
these decedents, 89 were born in Oakland, 40 in California, 
outside of Oakland, 116 in the United States, outside of 
California, and 93 in foreign countries. There were 131 
who were married, 61 who were single, and 146 children. 

There were 524 births — 271 males and 253 females. 

The population of the city is 25,000. 

The death rate last year was 12.88 per thousand; in 1874 
it was 12.65 and in 1873 it was 14.43. 

There were 127 decedents under five years, 16 of whom 
were still-born. This gives the rate of mortality of children 
of that class at 35.8 per thousand. In 1874 it was 42.04 and 
in 1873 it was 53. This diminution in the death rate among 
children is quite remarkable. During the year ending June 
30, 1875, the death rate among the children in San Francisco 
was 52 per thousand. In other words, of a thousand 
children who are in San Francisco at the beginning of the 
year, 52 will die before its close. In Oakland, with a 
similar number, there were 16 deaths less. 

Oakland has pure water, a good system of drainage, an 
equable climate, free alike from the fogs and winds which 
are such powerful agents in promoting those diseases result- 
ing from colds and the long list of pulmonary and bronchial 
affections, hence the exceedingly low death rate is not a 
matter of surprise, but only a logical result of the favorable 
conditions of her surroundings. 



POST OFFICES. 



There are three Post Offices within\the corporate limits 
of Oakland. 

Oakland Post Office. 

Location, south side Ninth, near Broadway. 

J. E. Benton, Postmaster ; Frank W. Cushing, Assistant 
Postmaster and Money Order Clerk ; clerks, H. D. Eliason, 
Edward M. Campbell, R. J. Auld. 

Office hours, from 8 a. m. to 7:30 p. m.; on Sunday, from 
9:30 to 10:30 a.m. 



70 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS. 

Eastern mail arrives at 5 p. m.; San Francisco mail arrives 
at 9 a. m, 1 p.m. and 9 p.m.; Southern mail, via Lathrop, 
arrives at 12:30 p. m. 

Eastern mail closes at 8 a. m. ; San Francisco mail closes 
at 8 A. m., 12:30 p. m., and 4 p.m.; Southern mail closes at 
4 p.m.; Martinez mail, by stage, closes at 9 a.m., arrives at 
11a.m.; San Pablo mail, by stage, closes at 2:30 p.m., 
arrives at 9:30 a. m. 

Brooklyn Post Office. 

Location, corner of East Twelfth street and Thirteenth 
avenue. 

Thomas F. Steere, Postmaster. 

Mail arrives from San Francisco, by the overland train, at^ 
8 :45 a. m. ; from San Francisco, by the Stockton train, at 4 :45* 
p. m. Eastern mail arrives, by the overland train, at 5 P. M. 

Mail departs for San Francisco, by the San Jose train, at 
9 a.m.; for San Francisco, by the overland train, at 4:45 
p. m. Eastern mail, by the overland train, at 8:45 a.m. 

West Oakland Post Office. 

Location, Railroad avenue, between Wood and Pine. 
H. T. Baker, Postmaster. 

Eastern mail drives at 5 p. m., and departs at 8:15 a. m. 
Oakland mail arrives at 1 p. m., and departs at 4:30 p.m. 
San Francisco mail arrives at 8:45 a.m. and 4:30p.m.; 
departs at 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. 
Office hours, from 7 a. m. to 8 p.m. 



Street Guide. 



Oakland is regularly laid out, streets generally crossing each other at right 
angles. The numbering of streets running North and South begin at South 
Front Street; and that on streets running East and "West on East Front 
Street. Fifty numbers are allotted to each block, except in instances, where 
it is necessary to use a less or greater number to carry out the general plan, 
which is that the numbers on each tier of blocks shall be identical through- 
out the city. Numbers have been placed on the houses in only a limited 
portion of the city, hence there is great difficulty in correctly locating the 
inhabitants. Recently, however, by the enterprise of the proprietors of 
Bishop's Dibectoby, a general numbering of the houses throughout the 
entire city has been inaugurated, an improvement which will greatly facili- 
tate the publication of the Directory, and which will be of great benefit and 
convenience to the public. 



A, W s Beach W to West 
Front bet 26th and C. 

Adams Avenue, ex- 
tension of East 14th 
street to San Leandro 
Boad. 

Adeline, N s South 
Front, NW to San Pa- 
blo av bet Chestnut 
and Magnolia. 

Albion, W s Telegraph 
av, W to Grove bet 
Knox and Caledonia av 

Alden (or Twenty- 
ninth) NE s San Pa- 
blo av to Grove, bet 
Wallace and Campbell. 

Alice, N s South Front 
bet Jackson and Har- 
rison, N to Lake Mer- 
ritt. 

East. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth.. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 



952 Ninth. 

1002 Tenth. 

1052 Eleventh. 

1102 Twelfth. 

1152 Thirteenth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 



Alice Park, bet Har- 


rison 


and Alice, N of 


14th. 




Alta, 


N fm Lake Shore 


av to Hunt's Tract. 


Andover, fm Plym- 


outh 


av E to Edwards, 


E of Elm. 


Atlantic, W s Peralta, 


W to 


West Front bet 


3d and William. 


North. 


Street. 


1652 


Campbell. 


1702 


Willow. 


1752 


Wood. 


1802 


Pine. 


1852 


Cedar. 


1902 


Bay. 


Bay, 


N s North Front 


NHo Beach, bet Cedar 


and West Front. 


East 

202 


Street 
State. 


302 


Fulton. 



402 

452 

502 

552 

602 

652 

702 

752 

802 

826 

852 

902 

934 

966 

1002 

1052 

1102 

1202 

1302 

1402 

1502 

1602 



Pearl. 

Eagle. 

Hudson. 

Water. 

First. 

Second. 

Third. 

Fourth. 

Fifth. 

William. 

Railroad av. 

Division. 

Chase. 

Taylor. 

Seward. 

Lincoln, 

Twelfth. 

Fourteenth. 

Sixteenth. 

Eighteenth, 

Twentieth. 

Twenty- second. 



Bay Place, E s Tele- 
graph av bet Laurel 
and Merrimac pi 

Beach, W s South 
Front, W to West 
Front bet South Front 
and State. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Beach, NW fin Peralta 

to city limits, SW of 

Halleck. 

Birney, bet Telegraph 

av and Franklin, S of 

Durant. 

Broadway, N s South 

Front, N to 21st, bet 

Franklin and "Washg'n 

East. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 

1002 Tenth. 

1052 Eleventh. 

1102 Twelfth. 

1152 Thirteenth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 

Brockhurst, NE s 

San Pablo av E to 

Grove, bet 22d and 

Nolan. 

Brook, N fm Orchard 

av to Hawthorne av 

Brooklyn, fm W s 

Lake Merritt to Mat 

thews. 

Brown (or Thirty 

fourth) fm NE s San 

Pablo av, E to Tele 

graph av, bet Nolan 

and Walton. 

Brush, N s South 

Front, N to San Pablo 

av, bet Castro and 

West. 

East. Street. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Fifth. 
826 Sixth. 
852 Seventh. 
902 Eighth. 
952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1252 Fifteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 



1352 Seventeenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
C, W s Beach, W to W 

Front, N of A. 
Caledonia Avenue 
W s Telegraph av, W 
to Grove, bet Albion 
and Campbell. 
Campbell, N s South 
Front, bet Lewis and 
Willow t&_ Peralta, and 
bat Peralia and Wil 
low to Beach. 
East. Street. 
202 State. 
302 Fulton. 
402 Pearl. 
452 Eagle. 
502 Hudson. 
552 Water. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Fifth. 
826 William. 
852 Railroad aveniae 
902 Division. 
936 Chase. 
966 Taylor. 
1002 Seward. 
1062 Lincoln. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
1502 Twentieth. 
1602 Twenty-second. 
Campbell (or Thir- 
tieth), NE s San 
Pablo av, E to Tele- 
graph av, bet Alden 
and Rowland. 
Castro, N s South 
Front, N to San Pablo 
av, bet Grove and 
Brush. 
East. Street. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Fifth. 
826 Sixth. 
852 Seventh. 
902 Eighth. 
952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 



1102 Twelfth. 

1152 Thirteenth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 

1252 Fifteenth. 

1302 Sixteenth. 

1352 Seventeenth. 

1402 Eighteenth. 
Cedar,N s South Front, 

N to Beach, bet Pine 
and Bay. 

East. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle, 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av. 

902 Division. 

934 Chase. 

966 Taylor. 

1002 Seward. 

1052 Lincoln. 

1102 Twelfth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 

1302 Sixteenth. 

1402 Eighteenth. 

1502 Twentieth. 

1602 Twenty-second. 
Center, N s South 
Front, N to Peralta 

and Eighteenth, bet 
Cypress and Chester. 

East. Street, 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Atlantic. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av. 

902 Eighth. 

1002 Tenth. 

1102 Twelfth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 

1302 Sixteenth. 

1402 Eighteenth. 



STREET GUIDE. 



73 



Charles, fm E s Thir 
tesnth av, E to city 
limits, bet Huff and 
Henry . 

Charter (or Twenty 
second), fm San Pablo 
av to Telegraph av, bet 
Jones and Locust. 

Chase, W s Peralta, W 
to West Front, bet Div 
ision and Taylor. 
North. Street. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Chester, N s South 
Front, N to Peralta 
and Fourteenth, bet 
Center and Henry. 
Fast. Street, 

202 State. 

302 Pulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Atlantic. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av. 

902 Eighth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
Chestnut. N s South 
Front, NW to San 
Pablo av, bet Linden 
and Adeline. 
Clay, N s South Front, 
N to San Pablo av, bet 
Washington and Jef- 
ferson. 

East. street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. . 

752 Foufth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 



1052 Eleventh. 

1102 Twelfth. 

1152 Thirteenth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 

1252 Fifteenth. 

1302 Sixteenth. 
Clinton, E s Thir- 
teenth av or County 
Road, E to city limits, 
N of Grant. 
College Block, bet 
Twelfth and Four- 
teenth, Franklin and 
Harrison. 
Commerce, fm La- 
rue's Wharf, N to East 
Fifteenth. 
Corel, W s Concord to 
. Moss, bet Summer and 

Crystal. 

Crystal, W s Concord 

to Moss, bet Corel and 

Planey. 

Curtis, N s Eighteenth 

to Twenty-second, bet 

Market and West.' 

Cypress, N s South 

Front, N to Twenty 

second, bet Kirkham 

and Center. 

East. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Atlantic. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av. 

902 Eighth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
1502 Twentieth. 
1602 Twenty-second. 
Delger (or Twentieth) 
fm San Pablo av to 
Lake Merritt, bet Fred- 
erick and Hobart. 
Division, fm intersec- 
tion of 8th and Wood, 
W to West Front. 



North. Street. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Durant, bet Telegraph 
av and Lake Merritt, 
S of Fountain Place. 

Eagle, E fm Lake Park 

Eagle, W s Peralta, W 
to West Front bet Pearl 
and Water. 

East Eighth, E s 4th 
av to 6th av on San 
Antonio Creek. 

East Eighteenth, E 
s 4th av to eastern city 
limits, bet East 17th 
and East 19th. 

East Eleventh, E s 
1st av to Larue's Wharf 
bet East 10th and East 
12th. 

East Fifteenth, E s 
Lake Merritt to eastern 
city limits bet East 14th 
and East 16th. 

East Fourteenth, E 
s Lake Merritt to east- 
ern city limits bet East 
12th and East 15th. 

East Front, N s South 
Front N to Lake Mer- 
ritt. 

East Nineteenth, E 
s 4th av to eastern city 
limits bet East 18th and 
East' 20th. 

East Ninth, E s 3d av 
to 8th av, bet East 8th 
and East 10th. 

East Seventeenth, 
E s 4th av to eastern 
city limits bet East 16th 
and East 18th. 

East Sixteenth. E s 
Lake Merritt to eastern 
city limits bet East 15th 
and East 17th. 

East Tenth, E s 2d av 
to 10th av bet East 9th 
and East 11th. 

East Twelfth, E s 
Lake Merritt to eastern 
city limits bet East 11th 
and East 13th. 

East Twentieth, E 
s 4th av to eastern city 
limits bet East 19th and 
East 21st. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



East Twenty-fifth, 

E s 4th av to eastern 
city limits, on northern 
city line. 
East Twenty-first, 

E s 4th av to eastern 
citv limits bet East 20th 
and East 22d. 
East Twenty-frth, 

E s 4th av to eastern 
city limits bet East 23d 
and East 25th. 
East Twenty-sec- 
ond, E s 4th av to 
eastern city limits, bet 
East 21st and East 23d 
East Twenty-third, 
E s 4th av to eastern 
city limits bet East 22d 
and East 24th. 
Edward, E s 19th av 

to city limits. 
Edwards, E fm Tele- 
graph av to Creek N of 
Plymouth av. 
Eighteenth, W s San 
Pablo av to Market bet 
17th and 19th, and W s 
Market to West Front, 
bet 16th and 20th. 

North. Street. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

802 West. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 
1002 Filbert. 
1052 Linden. 
1102 Chestnut. 
1152 Adeline. 
1202 Magnolia. ' 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress. 
1452 Center. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Eighteenth Ave- 
nue, N fm San Anto- 
nio Creek to East 21st, 
bet 17th and 19th avs. 



Eighth, W s East Front 
to Market, bet 7th and 
9th, and W s Market 
to Wood, bet Railroad 
av and 10th. 

North. Street. 

52 Fallon 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 
1002 Filbert. 
1052 Linden. 
1102 Chestnut. 
1152 Adeline. 
1202 Magnolia. 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress. 
1452 Center. 
1502 Chester. 
1552 Henry. 
1602 Lewis. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
Eighth Avenue, fm 
San Antonio creek N 
to East 20th, bet 7th 
and 9th avs. 
Eleventh, W s East 
Front to Market, bet 
10th and 12th. 

North, Street. 

52 Fallon, 
102 Oak. 
152 Madison. 
202 Jackson. 
252 Alice. 
302 Harrison. 
352 Webster. 
402 Franklin. 
452 Broadway. 
502 Washington. 
552 Clay. 
602 Jefferson. 



652 Grove. • 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 
Eleventh Avenue, 

fm San Antonio creek 

N to Charter, bet 10th 

and 12th avs. 
Elm (or Twenty-fourth) 

fm San Pablo av to 

Grove, and fm Tele- 
graph av to Webster, 

bet Locust and Laurel. 
Elm Avenue, N fm 

Plymouth av to Ed- 
wards, bet Telegraph 

av and Andover. 
Falcon, E fm Lake 

Park. 
Fallon, N s South 

Front, N to Lake Mer- 

rit/bet East Front and 

Oak. 
East. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
Fifteenth, W s San 

Pablo av to Market, 

bet 14th and 16th. 

North. Street 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

802 West. 
Fifteenth Avenue, 

fm N s East 12th, N to 

East 19th> 
Fifth, W s* East Front 

to Market, bet 4th and 

6th, and W s Market 

to Peralta, bet 3d and 

Railroad av. 

North. Street. 
52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 



STREET GUIDE. 



75 



152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402^ Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 
Fittli Avenue, San 

Antonio creek to 4th 

av road, bet 4th and 

6 th a vs. 
Filbert, N s South 

Front NW to San Pa- 
blo av, bet Myrtle and 

Linden. 
Fillmore, E fm Lake 

Park. 

First, W s East Front to 

Market, bet Water and 

2d, and fm Market 

W to West Front, bet 

Hudson and 3d. 
North. Street. 

52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway, 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brugh. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 

1002 Filbert. 

1052 Linden. 

1102 Chestnut. 

1152 Adeline. 

1202 Magnolia. 

1252 Union. 

1302 Poplar. 

1352 Kirkham. 

1402 Cyprus. 

1452 Center. 

1502 Chester. 



1552 Henry. 

1602 Lewis. 

1652 Campbell. 

1702 Willow. 

1752 Wood. 

1802 Pine. 

1852 Cedar. 

1902 Bay. 
First Avenue, from 
San Antonio creek N 
to LakeMerritt by east- 
ern terminus of 12th at 
bridge. 

Fountain Place, bet 

20th, Durant, Tele- 
graph av and Franklin. 
Fourteenth, W s East 
Front to Market, bet 
13th and 15th, and W 
s Market to West Front 
bet 12th and 16th. 

North. Street. 
52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202' Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

802 West. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 
1002 Filbert. 
1052 Linden. 
1102 Chestnut. 
1152 Adeline. 
1202 Magnolia. 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress. 
1452 Center. 
1502 Peralta. 
1552 Henry. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. . 
1902 Bay. 



Fourth,W s East Front 
to Market, bet Third 
and Fifth. 

North. Street. 
52 Fallon. 
102 Oak. 
152 Madison. 
202 Jackson. 
252 Alice. 
302 Harrison. 
352 Webster. 
402 Franklin. 
452 Broadway. 
502 Washington. 
552 Clay. 
602 Jefferson. 
652 Grove. 
702 Castro. 
752 Brush. 
902 Market. 

Fourth Avenue, fm 

San Antonio Creek to 
Lake Merritt, bet Third 
and Fifth avs. 
Franklin, N s South 
Front, N to Walnut, 
bet Webster and Broad- 
way. 

East. Street 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
Franklin Square, 
bet Fourth and Fifth, 
Franklin and Wash- 
ington. 
Frederick, bet San 
Pablo and Telegraph 
avs S of William. 
Fulton, W s South 
Front W to West Front, 
bet State and Pearl. 
North. Street. 
1202 Magnolia. 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress, 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Center. 

Chester. 

Henry. 

Lewis. 

Campbell. 

Willow. 

Wood. 

Pine. 

Cedar. 



1452 
1502 
1552 
1602 
1652 
1702 
1752 
1802 
1852 
1902 

Grant, E s Thirteenth 
av, or County Road, 
E to city limits, bet 
Montgomery and Clin- 
ton. 

Goss, W s Wood W to 
West Front, bet At 
lantic and Railroad av 
North. Street. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Grove,N s South Front 
N to San Pablo av, bet 
Jefferson and Castro. 

East. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1252 Fifteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1352 Seventeenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
Halleck, NW fm 
Twenty-eighth to city 
limits, bet Beach and 
Hubbard. 
Harrison, N s South 
Front, bet Alice and 
Webster, N to Lake 
Merritt. 
East. Street. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Fifth. 



826 


Sixth. 


852 


Seventh. 


902 


Eighth. 


952 


Ninth. 


1002 


Tenth. 


1052 


Eleventh. 


1102 


Twelfth. 


1152 


Thirteenth. 


1202 


Fourteenth. 


Harrison Square, 


bet Sixth and Seventh, 


Harrison and Alice. 


Haven, NWfm Peralta 


to city limits, NE oJ 


Hollis. 


Hawthorne Ave- 


nue. 


NE fm Telegraph 


av to 


Broadway. 


Henry, N s South 


Front N to Peralta and 


10th, 


bet Chester and 


Lewis 




East. 


Street. 


202 


State. 


302 


Fulton. 


402 


Pearl. 


452 


Eagle. 


502 


Hudson. 


552 


Water. 


602 


First. 


652 


Second. 


702 


Third. 


752 


Fourth. 


802 


Atlantic. 


826 


William . 


852 


Railroad av. 


902 


Eighth. 


1002 


Tenth. 



Henry, fm E s 17th av 
E to city limits, bet 
Charles and Edward. 

Hobart (or Twenty- 
first) E s San Pablo av 
to Broadway, bet Del- 
ger and Jones. 

Holden, NW fm Pe- 
ralta to city limits bet 
Horton and Hollis. 

Hollis, NW fm Peralta 
to city limits bet Hoi 
den and Haven. 

Horton, NW fm Peral- 
ta to city limits bet 
Hubbard and Holden. 

Hubbard, NW fm Pe- 
ralta to city limits bet 
Halleck and Horton. 



Hudson, W s South 
Front W to West Front 
be.t Pearl and First. 

North. Street. 
952 Myrtle. 
1002 Filbert. 
1052 Linden. 
1102 Chestnut.' 
1152 Adeline. 
1202 Magnolia. 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress. 
1452 Center. 
1502 Chester. 
1552 Henry. • 

1602 Lewis. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 
Huff, fm E s 13th av E 
to city limits bet Strat- 
ton and Charles. 
Independence 
Square, bet East 
16th, East 19th, 16th 
and 18th avs. 
Jackson, N s South 
Front bet Madison and 
Alice N to Lake Mer- 
ritt. 

East. Street. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Fifth. 
826 Sixth. 
852 Seventh. 
902 Eighth. 
952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
Jefferson, N s South 
Front N to San Pablo 
av bet Clay and Grove. 
East. Street. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Fifth. 



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77 



826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1252 Fifteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1352 Seventeenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
Jefferson Square, 
bet 5th and 6th, Grove 
and Jefferson. 
Jones, frn San Pablo 
av to Telegraph av bet 
Hobart and Charter. 
Kirkham, N s South 
Front N to Peralta bet 
Poplar and Cypress. 

East. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Atlantic. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av. 

902 Eighth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
1502 Twentieth. 
1602 Twenty-second. 
Knox, W s Telegraph 

av W to Knox Place. 
Lafayette Square, 
bet 10th and 11th, 
Grove and Jefferson. 
Lake Plaza, bet East 
15th and East 16th, 2d 
and 3d avs. 
Lake Shore Ave- 
nue, northward fm 
Lake Merritt to Hunt's 
Tract. 
Lake Side Avenue, 
along southwesterly 
side of Lake Merritt. 



Laurel (or Twenty- 
fifth) fm San Pablo av 
to Grove and fm Tele- 
graph av to Webster, 
bet Elm and Sycamore. 
Lewis, N s South 
Front. N to Peralta 
and Fifth, bet Henry 
and Campbell. 

Bast. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 
Liberty, W s Concord 
to Moss, bet Star and 
Pacific. 
Lincoln, W s Peralta, 
W to West Front, bet 
.Seward and Twelfth. 

North. Street. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Lincoln, E s Thir- 
teenth av or County 
Road E to city limits, 
S of Montgomery. 

Lincoln Square, 
bet Eighth and Ninth, 
Madison and Oak. 

Linden, N s South 
Front, NW to San 
Pablo av, bet Filbert 
and Chestnut. 

Locnst ( or Twenty- 
third), fm San Pablo 
av to Grove and fm 
Telegraph av to Web- 
ster, bet Chester and 
Elm. 

Logan ( or Thirty- 
sixth), fm Market to 
Telegraph av, on line 
of northern city limits. 

Lydia, W s San Pablo 
av to Market, bet 
Twenty-first and Twen- 
tv-second. 



Madison, N s South 
Front, bet Oak and 
Jackson, to Lake Mer- 
ritt. 

Bast. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 

Magnolia, N s South 
Front, N to Thirty- 
sixth, bet Adeline and 
Union. 

Market (a division 
street between sur- 
veys), N s South Front, 
northwesterly to north- 
ern city limits. 

Merrimac Place, 
E s Telegraph av, N of 
Bay place. 

Montgomery, E s 

Thirteenth av, or 
County Road, E to city 
limits, bet Lincoln and 
Grant. 
Moss, western bound- 
ary of Lake Side 
Homestead. 
Myrtle, N s South 
Front, NW to San 
Pablo av, bet Market 
and Filbert. 
Nineteenth, W s San 
Pablo av to Market, 
bet Eighteenth and 
Twentieth. 

North Street. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

802 West. 

Nineteenth Avenue 

N fm San Antonio 
Creek to Charter, bet 
Eighteenth and Twen- 
tieth avs. 



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Ninth, W s East Front 
to Market, bet Eighth 
and Tenth. 

North. Street. 
52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 
Ninth Avenue, fm 
San Antonio Creek, N 
to Charter, bet Eighth 
and Tenth ays. 
Nolan (or Thirty-third) 
NEs San Pablo av,E to 
Grove, bet Brockhurst 
and Brown. 
Oak, N s South Front, 
bet Fallon and Mad- 
ison, N to Lake Mer- 
ritt. 

Fast. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1003 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. ■ 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
Oakland Square, 
bet 10th and 11th, Har- 
rison and Alice. 
Orchard Avenue, 
from Summit E to cr'k 
N of Prospect pi. 
Pacific, N s Concord 
to Moss, N of Liberty. 
Park (or Twenty-sev- 
enth) fm NEs San Pa- 
blo av to Grove, bet 
26th and 28th. 



Park Avenne, from 
East 14th southerly to 
Alameda park. 
Park Avenue, SEfm 
East 12th to country 
Pearl, W s South Front 
W to West Front, bet 
Fulton and Hudson, 
North. Street. 
1052 Linden. 
1102 Chestnut. 
1152 Adeline. 
1202 Magnolia. 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress. 
1452 Center. 
1502 Chester. 
1552 Henry. 
1602 Lewis. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 
Peralta, N s South 
Front, N to San Pablo 
av, a division of sur- 
veys. 

East. Street. 
202 State. 
302 Fulton, 
402 Pearl. 
452 Eagle. 
502 Hudson. 
552 Water. 
602 First. 
652 Second. 
702 Third. 
752 Fourth. 
802 Atlantic. 
826 William. 
852 Seventh. 
902 Division. 
934 Chase. 
966 Taylor. 
1002 Seward. 
1052 Lincoln. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
1502 Twentieth. 
1602 T wenty-second. 
Peralta (2d) N sLake 
Merritt to Clinton, N 
of Brooklyn. 



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

East. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Atlantic. 

826 William. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Division. 

934 Chase. 

966 Taylor. 
1002 Seward. 
1052 Lincoln. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
1502 Twentieth. 
1602 Twenty-second. 
Planey, W s Concord 
to Moss, bet Crystal 
and Star. 
Plaza, bet East 12th, 
East 14th, 6th and 7th 
avs. 
Plymouth Avenue, 
NE fm Telegraph av 
to Broadway, N of 
Hawthorne. 
Poplar.N s S Front, N 
to Peralta, bet Union 
and Kirkham. 
Prospect, from W s 
Lake Merritt E to Clin- 
ton, N of Peralta. 
Prospect Place, E s 
Telegraph av, bet Mer- 
rimac pi and Orchard 
av. 
Putnam, E from Park 

av, N of Warren. 
Railroad Avenue 
(or Seventh street) W 
s Market, W to West 
Front, bet 6th and 8th. 
North. Street. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 
1002 Filbert. 
1052 Linden. 



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79 



1102 Chestmit. 

1152 Adeline. 

1202 Magnolia. 

1252 Union. 

1302 Poplar. 

1352 Kirkham. 

1402 Cypress. 

1452 Center. 

1502 Chester. 

1552 Henry. 

1602 Lewis. 

1652 Campbell. 

1702 Willow. 

1752 Wood. 

1802 Pine. 

1852 Cedar. 

1902 Bay. 
Rowland, NE s San 

Pablo av, E to Tele- 
graph av bet Campbell 
and 31st. 
San Pablo Avenue, 
fm junction of Tele- 
graph av and Broad- 
way NW to city limits. 
Second,W s East Fm't 
to Market, bet 1st and 
3d, and W s Peral- 
ta to West Front, bet 
Water and 4th. 
Second Avenue, fm 
San Antonio Creek to 
Lake Merritt, bet 1st 
and Third avs. 
Seventeenth, W s San 
Pablo av to Market bet 
16th and 18th. 

North. Street. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

802 West. 
Seventeenth Ave- 
nue, N fm San Anto- 
nio Creek to Charter, 
bet 16th and 18th avs. 
Seventh, W s East 
Front to Market bet 6th 
and 8th. 

North. Street. 
52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 



402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 
Seventh Avenue, fm 
San Antonio Creek N 
to Charter, bet 6th and 
8th avs. 
Seward, W s Peralta 
W to West Front, bet 
Taylor and Lincoln. 

North. Street. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Short, W s Division W 

to West Front, N of 
Goss. 

North. Street. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 

Sixteenth, W s San 

Pablo av to Market, bet 
15th and 17th. 

North. Street. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

802 West. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 

1002 Filbert. 

1052 Linden. 

1102 Chestnut. 

1152 Adeline. 

1202 Magnolia. 

1252 Union. 

1302 Poplar. 

1352 Kirkham. 

1402 Cypress. 

1452 Center. 

1602 Peralta. 

1652 Campbell. 

1702 Willow. 

1752 Wood. 

1802 Pine. 

1852 Cedar. 

1902 Bay. 



Sixteenth Avenue, 

N fm San Antonio Crk 
to East 21st, bet 15th 
and 17th avs. 
Sixth, W s East Front 
to Market, bet 5th and 
7th. 

North. Street. 
52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington. 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson, 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 
Sixth Avenue, fm 
San Antonio Creek N 
to East 20th, bet 5th 
and 7th avs. 
South Front, N s San 
Antonio Creek W fm 
East Front to Clay, 
southwesterly fm Clay 
to Kirkham, thence W 
to West Front, form- 
ing southern boundary 
of the citj r . 
Spring, W s Concord 
to Moss S of Summer. 
Star, W s Concord to 
Moss, bet Planey and 
Liberty. 
State, W s South Front 
W to West Front, bet 
Beach and Fulton. 
North. Street. 
1252 Union. 
1302 Poplar. 
1352 Kirkham. 
1402 Cypress. 
1452 Center. 
1502 Chester. 
1552 Henry. 
1602 Lewis. 
1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 



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Stratton, fmEs 13th 
av E to city limits, bet 
Charles and Huff. 

Summer, W s Concord 
to Moss bet Spring and 
Corel. 

Summit, fm Prospect 
Place N. 

Summit, N s Mound 
S to Henry. 

Sycamore, fm San 
Pablo av, E to Tele 
graph av. bet Laurel 
and Twenty-sixth. 

Taylor. W s Peralta 
W to West Front, bet 
Chase and Seward 

Nortb. Street. 

1652 Campbell. 
1702 Willow. 
1752 Wood. 
1802 Pine. 
1852 Cedar. 
1902 Bay. 
Tenth, W s East Front 
to Market, bet Ninth 
and Eleventh, and W s 
Market to Peralta, bet 
Eighth and Twelfth. 

North. Street. 

52 Fallon. 

102 Oak. 

152 Madison. 

202 Jackson. 

252 Alice. 

302 Harrison. 

352 Webster. 

402 Franklin. 

452 Broadway. 

502 Washington 

552 Clay. 

602 Jefferson. 

652 Grove. 

702 Castro. 

752 Brush. 

902 Market. 

952 Myrtle. 

1002 Filbert. 

1052 Linden. 

1102 Chestnut. 

1152 Adeline. 

1202 Magnolia. 

1252 Union. 

1302 Poplar. 

1352 Kirkham. 

1402 Cypress. 

1452 Center. 

1502 Chester. 

1552 Henry. 



Tenth Avenue, fm 

San Antonio Creek, N 
to East Twentieth, bet 
Ninth and Eleventh 
avs. 

Third, W s East Front 
to Market, bet Second 
and Fourth, and W 
Market to Peralta, bet 
First and Fifth, and W 
s Peralta to West 
Front, bet Second and 
Fourth. 

Third Avenue, fm 
San Antonio Creek to 
Lake Merritt, bet Sec- 
ond and Fourth avs. 

Thirteenth, W s East 
Front to Market, bet 
Twelfth and Four- 
teenth. 

North. Street 
52 Fallon. 
102 Oak. 
152 Madison. 
202 Jackson. 
252 Alice. 
302 Harrison. 
352 Webster. 
402 Franklin. 
452 Broadway. 
502 Washington 
552 Clay. 
602 Jefferson. 
652 Grove. 
702 Castro. 
752 Brush. 
902 Market. 



Thirteenth Avenue 

fm San Antonio Creek 
N to Charter, bet 
Twelfth av and Com- 
merce. 

Thirtieth, W s Mar 
ket W to Peralta, bet 
Twenty - eighth and 
Thirty-second. 

Thirty - first, NE s 
San Pablo av E to 
Telegraph av, bet Row- 
land and Thirty- sec- 
ond. 

Thirty - fourth, W s 
Market W to Peralta, 
bet Thirty-second and 
Thirty-sixth. 



Thirty-second, W s 

Telegraph av W to 
Peralta, bet Thirty- 
first and Brockhurst 
and Thirty - first and 
Thirty-fourth. 

Thirty - sixth, W s 
Market W to Peralta, 
aleng northern bound- 
ary of city. 

Twelfth, W s East 
Front to Market, bet 
Eleventh and Thir- 
teenth, and W s Mar- 
ket to Peralta, bet 
Tenth and Fourteenth. 

Twelfth Avenue, fm 
San Antonio Creek N 
to East Twentieth, bet 
Eleventh and Thir- 
teenth avs. 

Twentieth, W s San 
Pablo av to Market, 
bet Nineteenth and 
Twenty-first, and W s 
Market to W Front, 
bet Eighteenth and 
Twenty-second 

Twentieth Avenue, 
N fm San Antonio 
Creek to East Twenty- 
first, bet Nineteenth 
and Twenty-first avs. 

Twenty-eighth, W s 
Market W to Beach, 
bet Twenty - sixth and 
Thirtieth. - 

Twenty - first, W s 
San Pablo "av to Mar- 
ket, bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-rsecond. 

Twenty-first Ave- 
nue, N fm Central 
Pacific R.R.to Charter, 
bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-second. 

Twenty-fourth, W s 

Market W to West 
Front, bet Twenty-sec- 
ond and Twenty-sixth. 

Twenty - second, W 

s San Pablo av to Mar- 
ket, N of Lydia and W 
s Market to West Front, 
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Twenty-second Av- 
enue, fm Central 
Pacific R. R. to East 
Twenty - first, bet 
Twenty-first and Twen- 
ty-third avs. 

Twenty - sixth. W s 
Market W to West 
Front, bet Twenty, 
fourth and Twenty 
eighth. 

Union, N s South 
Front, N to Peralta, 
bet Magnolia and Pop- 
lar. 

Union, N s Mound, S 
to Edward. 

Union Place, bet 
East 12th, San Anton- 
io Creek, Commerce 
and 15th av. 

Wallace (or Twenty- 
eighth) NE s San Pa- 
blo av to Grove, bet 
Park and Alden. 

Walnut, fm E s Tele- 
graph av E to Webster, 
bet Walnut and Elm. 

Walton (or Thirty 
fifth) fm E s Market E 
to Telegraph av, bet 
Brown and Logan. 

Warren, E fm Park 
av bet Franklin and 
Putnam. 

Washington, N s 

South Front N to 14th, 
bet Broadway and Clay 

Bart. street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth 
1202 Fourteenth. 



Washingt'nSquare 

bet 4th and 5th, 
Washington andBroad 
way. 
Water, from W s East 
Front W to Market bet 
South Front and 1st, 
and W s Peralta to 
West Front, bet Eagle 
and Second. 

Webster, N s South 
Front, N to 20th, bet 
Harrison and Franklin 

East. Street. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 Sixth. 

852 Seventh. 

902 Eighth. 

952 Ninth. 
1002 Tenth. 
1052 Eleventh. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1152 Thirteenth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 

West, N fm intersect'n 
of 5th and Market to 
22d, and fm 26th to N 
city limits. 

West Front, N 

South Front, N to city 
limits. 

Wilcox Place, bet 

Telegraph av, 20th and 
21st. 

William, W s Peralta 
W to West Front, bet 
Atlantic 'and R. R. av. 

North. Street. 

1652 Campbell. 

1702 Willow. 

1752 Wood. 

1802 Pine. 

1852 Cedar. 

1902 Bay. 

William, bet San Pa- 
blo and Telegraph avs, 
N of Frederick. 



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

East. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av 

902 Division. 

934 Chase. 

966 Taylor. 
1002 Seward. 
1052 Lincoln. 
1102 Twelfth. 
1202 Fourteenth. 
1302 Sixteenth. 
1402 Eighteenth. 
1502 Twentieth. 
1602 Twenty-second. 
Wood, N s South Frn't 
N to Beach, bet Wil- 
low and Pine. 
East. Street. 

202 State. 

302 Fulton. 

402 Pearl. 

452 Eagle. 

502 Hudson. 

552 Water. 

602 First. 

652 Second. 

702 Third. 

752 Fourth. 

802 Fifth. 

826 William. 

852 Railroad av. 

902 Division. 

934 Chase. 

966 Taylor. 

1002 Seward. 

1052 Lincoln. 

1102 Twelfth. 

1202 Fourteenth. 

1302 Sixteenth. 

1402 Eighteenth. 

1502 Twentieth. 

1602 Twenty- second. 






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Aaron David, pedler, res 855 Clay 

Abbey Richard, mining, res 819 Webster 

Abbey William Mrs., res 819 Webster 

Abbott Charles, carpenter, res 957 Third 

Abbott Joseph, res 957 Third 

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Abbott Mary M., widow, res 725 Filbert 

Abel George, res S s Seward bet Pine and Wood 

Abele Adam, res E s Chester bet W Fifth and Seventh 

Abele M. Mrs., midwife, res E s Chester bet W Fifth and 

Seventh 
Able Charles, master mariner, N s Bristol nr Eighth, W. B. 
Abrego Ysmael, salesman with Linforth, Kellogg & Co., (S. 

F.) res West Oakland Lodging House 
Abrott Carsten, teamster, res cor San Pablo and Nolan 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer, 367 Eleventh 
Acheson John, farmer, res cor Shattuck and University av, 

W. B. 
Acker A., carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W. O. 
Acker E. M., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills 
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Adams Frank J., postmaster Berkeley, postoffice and res W 

s Telegraph av near Fifty-first 
Adams, George, laborer with J. Stimpson, res 510 Seventh 
Adams George A., bookkeeper with Olney & Co., res 753 

Webster 
Adams John M., clerk with E. H. Hyde, res Knox House 
Adams John B., bridge superintendent C. P. B. B., res 

Tremont House 
Adams John S., physician and surgeon, 1004 Broadway, 

rooms 12-13, res S s Seventeenth nr 7th av 
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Adams M. M. Miss, school teacher, res 520 Eleventh av, E.O. 
Adams Otto N., horse trainer, res San Leandro road, three 

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Aheam John J., carpenter, res 701 Washington 
Ahein Daniel, laborer Western Development Co. 
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Aien Christian, carpenter, res N s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 
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Ainsworth A. G. A., res NE cor Tenth and Jefferson 
Ainsworth Fred. W., stationer (S. F.) res 1228 Broadway 
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Powers publishers and proprietors, 911 Broadway 

Alameda Macadamizing Co., F. E. Weston president, office 
954 Broadway 

Albertson W. T., machinehand Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 
16th av bet East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth, E. O. 

Albrecht August (Schroder & Albrecht, S. F.) res N s Eighth 
bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 

Albridge James H., engineer Grove-st Planing Mill, res N s 
Third bet Brush and Castro 

Alden B. W., teamster with H. M. Ames, res Ames' Butch- 
ertown 

Alden Charles E., cigars and tobacco, 459 Seventh, res 729 
Myrtle 

Alden S. E., farmer, res N s Temescal creek nr Temescal 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker, res S s Eighth bet Willow and 
CampbeU, W. O. 

Aldrich Abbie F. Miss, principal Lafayette School, res Man- 
sion House 

Aldrich C. A., salesman Cal. Pottery and Terra Cotta Wks, 
res Russell House 

Aldrich William, police officer, res W s San Pablo av cor 
Twentieth 

Alexander Andrew, carpenter Western Development Co. 

Alexander Emeline, Mrs., washing, 625 Tenth 

Alexander Henry, clothing, 1754 Railroad av, W. 0. 

ALEXANDER ISADORE, boots and shoes, 845 Broadway, 
res S s Telegraph av bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second 

Alexander James, expressman, res S s Cleveland av nr Tel- 
egraph av 

Alexander L. L., superintendent Manhattan Marble Co. and 
School Director, res NE cor Summit and Prospect av 

Alexander Mary Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res SW cor 
Linden and Eighth 

Alexander W. G., carpenter, res NE cor Market and 
Twelfth 



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Alger George C, carpenter, res Ss Fifth bet Myrtle and 

Filbert 
ALLEN & ARTMAN (T. H. Allen and P. Artman) carriage 

making and horse shoeing, 908 Franklin 
Allen B. B., conductor C. P. R. R., res N s Division nr 

Wood, W. O. 
Allen B. B. (Lucas & Allen) res Division bet Wood and 
3 Pine, W. O. 

-d Allen Bernard, carpenter, res NW cor Twenty-eighth and 
Elbert 
Allen Charles A., saloon and res, N s University av nr 

Wharf W B 
Allen CM., res 834 Franklin * 
t Allen Edward, porter C. P. R. R. 

Allen Elihue, stair builder Grove-st Planing Mill, res 327 
Eleventh 

<2 . Allen George S., bookkeeper with N. S. Arnold & Co. (S.F.) 
£ res 814 Fourteenth 

«i Allen Gilbert P., boatman Lake Merritt boat house 

Allen Hyram E., student University of California 
rf Allen James, master mariner, res 202 Thirty-ninth, E. O. 
Allen Lawrence, hostler with Newland &, Pumyea, res 426 

Seventh 
Allen Louise Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 
cor Adeline and San Pablo av 
P Allen Margaret, widow, res S s Fifth nr Chester 
S Allen M. W, proprietor Oakland Carriage Manufactory, SE 
Eci cor Tenth and Franklin, res 368 Tenth 

Allen Orrin, fireman C. P. R. R., res S s Fifth bet Chester 

and Henry 
Allen P. M. Miss, res E s Valley nr Twenty-fourth 
Allen S. H. (Stump & Allen) res Golden Star Hotel 
Allen Susan, widow., midwife, res S s Fifth bet Chester and 

Henry 
ALLEN TRUMAN H. (Allen & Artman, res 702 Webster 
Allen William, carpenter, res cor Adeline and San Pablo av 
Allen William A., res junction Peralta and Magnolia 
Allen William J., butcher, E s San Pablo av nr Twenty- 
eighth, res SW cor Grove and Sycamore 
Allen — Mrs., res S s Third nr Adeline 
Allender George T., student University of California 
Alliot E., hair worker, store and res 963 Franklin 
Allison Charles, calker, res Central Pacific Railroad House, 

W. O. 
Alt John, painter W. D. Co., res S s Third nr Chester 



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Best Ice Cream Freezers at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

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ALTA HOUSE, Joseph M. Steward proprietor, 903 Wash- 
ington 
Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls, S. F.), res E s Linden nr 

Tenth 
Altwater Philip, groceries and liquors and res cor Telegraph 

av and Forty-fifth. 
Ambrose Frank, tanner with J. S. Derby, res Fruit Vale 
Ambrose James, painter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W. O. 
AMERICAN BAKERY, Paul & Reier proprietors, 815 

Broadway 
AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH CO., B. R. Bates 

superintendent, Ninth nr Broadway 
Amerman I. A., superintendent railway mail service, res E s 

Poplar bet Tenth and Twelfth, W. O. 
Ames Albert N., carriage painter with King & Williams, res 

St. Charles Hotel 
Ames' Butcher Town (Peabody's Landing), 3 miles NW from 

City Hall 
Ames Henry M., wholesale butcher, res W s Webster bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Ames H. M., 1068 Market, room 14 

Ames John, clerk Police Court, City Hall, res W s Broad- 
way nr Twenty-second 
Ames Nelson, stock raiser, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Amidon John, expressman, res 367 Third 
Amidon Simeon J., expressman, res 367 Third 
Amstutz Charles L., watchmaker with L. P. Berger, res 261 

Twelfth 
Amyx Amelia, boarding, University av nr Humboldt av, 

Berkeley 
Anderson A. E. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 805 Brush 
Anderson A. H., house painter, cor Adeline and Seventh 
Anderson Andrew, ship owner, res cor Twenty-first and 

Broadway 
Anderson Chris., shipwright W. D. Co., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House, W. O. 
Anderson Christina, domestic, 1110 Myrtle 
Anderson D. Mrs., dressmaker, 953 Washington 
Anderson E. C. Miss, 572 Sixth 
Anderson E. W. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res SE cor 

Seventh and Oak 
Anderson F., machine hand Grove-st Planing Mill 
Anderson George D., bricklayer, res W s Filbert nr Twenty- 
sixth 



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Anderson George W., expressman with "Whitney & Co., res 

N s Atlantic bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Anderson G. P., agent Cal. Cracker Co., res 409 Fourth 
Anderson Gustav, watchmaker with Mueller & Steffanoni, 

res cor Sixteenth and Clay 
Anderson H. A., carpenter with A. H. Southwick, res Rail- 
road Exchange Hotel, W. O. 
Anderson Harold, shipwright W. D. Co., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House 
Anderson Isaac, res 822 East Twelfth, E. O. 
Anderson James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Anderson James S., mining, res W s Brush bet Second and 

Third 
Anderson John, carpenter W. D. Co. 
Anderson John, tailor, 412 Seventh 
Anderson Mary Mrs., res W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth 
Anderson M. B. Miss, res W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth 
Anderson N., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Anderson Ole, shipwright W. D. Co., res 1056 Third 
Anderson Peter, sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor 

Twenty-first and West 
Anderson Seddie E. Miss, student University 
Anderson Simon, coal, Ws Poplar bet Tenth and Twelfth, E O 
Anderson Thomas, engineer C. P. R. R, res W s Cedar nr 

Goss, w;. O. 

Anderson William, gentleman's nurse, res 710 Franklin 

Anderson William, sign painter, cor Adeline and Seventh 

Anderson W. P , res 805 Brush 

Andrade Joseph S., pressman with Butler & Bowmen 

Andrews George, stevedore C. P. R. R., res NW cor Twen- 
ty-second and West 

Andrews Granville B., dairy and res cor Shattuck and Forty- 
sixth 

Andrews N. G., mining, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Andrews Robert W., engineer Standard Soap Co., res cor 
Third and Allston, W. B. 

Andrus Jose', laborer, res E s San Pablo av nr Temescal Crk 

Angier Mary Mrs., res 820 Twelfth 

Anselmy Joseph, carpenter, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
third 

ANTHONY A. G., physician and surgeon, office and res SW 
cor Eighth and Willow, W. O. 

Anthony C. V. Rev., pastor First Methodist Church, res 917 
Alice 

Anthony Mark, laborer, res N s East Sixteenth bet 13th and 
14th avs, E. O. 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Ice Cream made te order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 89 

Anthony William T., (Macomber, Anthony & Co., S. F.) res 

Mansion House 
Antisell A. Mrs., res Vine nr Pine, Berkeleyville 
Antrim Amos, assistant engineer, res Grand Central Hotel 
Appel Casper, cooper, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Apple Peter, calker, W. D. Co. 
Applegarth E., mining, res 505 E Eleventh, E. O. 
Applegarth John, farmer, res NW cor 11th av and E Eleventh, 

E. O. 
Appleton William, potter Pioneer Pottery 
Archambault E. A., horseshoer with Sohst Bros., 417 Seventh 
Archer James Mrs., res 320 Fourth 

Arens A., machine man Oakland Planing Mill % 

Arhert J. G., laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 
Arlett Benjamin, bricklayer, res S s Twenty-sixth nr West 
Amies Charles W. (Armes & DaUam, S.F.) res 706 Thirteenth 
Armes E. C, distributer Contra Costa Laundry 
Armes George W. (Amies & Dallam, S. F.) res SE cor Bush 

and Thirteenth 
Armos Frank, carpenter, res Park House, W. B. 
Armstrong A. B., carpenter C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel, W. O. 
Armstrong Bradley A., carriage, house and sign painter with 

James T. Gardiner, res Russell House 
Armstrong J. D., clerk with P. J. Reilly, res Eureka Hotel 
Armstrong Robert, carpenter, res Eland House 
Arnest J. M., res S s Fifth bet Myrtle and Filbert 
Arnett J. G., well borer, res Park House, W. B. 
Arnold A. W., farmer, res W s Peralta nr Seward, W. O. 
Arnold Harry, res 1115 Third av, E. O. 
Arnold Patrick H., salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., cor 

Ninth and Clay 
Arnold Thomas J., city engineer and surveyor, office City 

Hall, res 957 Castro 
Arps John, milk dairy, E s Filbert nr Twenty-first 
Arras George, laborer, res 369 Eleventh . 
Arthur E. M., paying teller (Nevada Bank, S. F.) res NW 

cor Twelfth and Castro 
Arthur George N., wagons and carriages, res 819 Market 
Arthur J. D. (J. D. Arthur & Son, S. F.) res NW cor Twelfth 

and Castro 
ARTMAN PHILIP (Allen & Artman) res 367 Fourth 
Arwood Amos, shoemaker, res 563 E Twelfth 
Ash Henry, stoves and tinware, 817 Broadway 
Ashburner William, professor mining, University, res 1014 

Pine, S F 

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Ashby James T., clerk with W. B. Hardy, 959 Broadway 

Ashby John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Ashby Mark T., mining (S. F.) res W s College av nr Asy- 
lum, Berkeley. 

Ashby William, res W s College av nr Asylum, Berkeley 

Ashe William L., student University 

Ashford Joseph, ironer Berkeley Laundry 

Aspam Henry, res 667 East Twelfth, E. O. 

ASSESSOR CITY, Joseph M. Dillon, office City Hall 

ASSESSOR TOWNSHIP, Edwin Hunt, office Court House, 
room 3 

Atchinson B. M., res 603 East Fourteenth 

Atchison J. H. Mrs., res Union Hotel, E. O. 

Atherton William, laborer Transcript, res cor Fifth and 
Center, W. O. 

Athey James, carpenter, res S s Lincoln nr Pine, W. O. 

Athey John A., carpenter, res S s Lincoln nr Pine, W. O. 

Atkins George, clerk, res cor Twenty-eighth and West 

Atkinson C. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, cor Chapel and Uni- 
versity av, Berkeley 

ATKINSON G. D., green grocer, store and res 1216 Broad- 
way 

Atkinson George, clerk C. P. B. B., S. F., res W s 5th av 
bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 

Atkinson J. W., carpenter, res NE cor Twenty-first and West 

Atkinson William, contractor and builder, res NE cor Har- 
rison and Seventh 

ATTORNEY CITY, Henry Vrooman, office City Hall 

Atwater Frank H., student University 

Atwell — , res 907 Jackson 

Atzback John, compositor Tribune, res Newlands Hotel 

AUDITOR COUNTY, Charles G. Reed, Court House, 
room 1 

Augustus Domingo, laborer, res S s East Fifteenth bet 18th 
and 19th avs, E. O. 

AULD & BARFRED (Royal I. Auld and Edward A. Bar- 
fred) stationers, 457 Ninth 

AULD ROYAL I. (Auld & Barfred) and clerk Post Office, 
res E s Clay bet Fifth and Sixth 

Austin A. C, machinist W. D. Co., res E s Wood bet At- 
lantic and William, W. O. 

Austin Marcus E., broker, res 376 E. Fourteenth. E. O. 

Avary William, teamster, res Evoy av nr Adeline 

Averill David, teamster, res N s Twelfth bet Wood and 
Willow 

Avert Carl, shipwright C. P. B. B., res Railroad Exchange 



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OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 91 

Ayers Charles W., real estate, res W s Jefferson bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

AYERS C. W., propr Willow Grove Park, N s University 
av bet 3d and 5th, W. B., res E s 7th bet Bristol and 
Delaware, W. B. 

Ayers D.M., horse jockey, res Forty-second nr Telegraph av 

Ayers Ransom G., carpenter and builder, res SE cor Jeffer- 
son and Sixteenth 

Ayers William H., pipemaker, res N s Twenty-eighth nr 
Myrtle 



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Baal Lena, domestic, N s Seventh nr Brush 
Babbitt Salmon M., res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
BABCOCK & DOUGLAS (Lafayette M. Babcock and Nath- 
an S. Douglas) plumbing, sheet iron and tin workers, 

460 Twelfth 
BABCOCK & GOULD (George Babcock and Henry Gould) 

proprietors Oakland City Flouring Mills, 413-415 

Third 
Babcock Amanda Mrs., res S s Railroad av bet Filbert and 

Linden 
BABCOK GEORGE (Babcock & Gould) res N s Tenth bet 

Poplar and Kirkham 
Babcock George L, music teacher Home School, res N s 

Caledonia av nr Telegraph av 
Babcock George W., contractor, res SE cor East Sixteenth 

and Eleventh av, E. O. 
BABCOCK HENRY C, proprietor Humboldt Hotel, W s 

Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek. 
Babcock Herman P., physician, office and res NW cor 

Washington and Tenth 
Babcock John H., carpenter, res E s Filbert nr Twenty- 
eighth 
BABCOCK LAFAYETTE M. (Babcock & Douglas) res N s 

Thirtieth bet Adeline and Chestnut 
Babcock Newell H., tinner with Babcock & Douglas, res 

NW cor Thirtieth and Chestnut 
Babcock — Mrs., teacher and res Golden Gate Academy 
Babue David, farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Temescal creek 
Bachelder Phares J., house builder, res 719 Ninth 
Bachelder William K., carpenter, res 813 Castro 



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92 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

BACHMAN JOHN, proprietor Germania Garden Restau- 
rant and res, cor Union and Strawberry Creek (Berk- 
eley) 
Backenbach George, laborer, res Union Hotel, E. O. 
Backus Peter, wines and liquors, 801 Broadway, res 462 

Fifth 
Bacon F. M., millwright Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co, res 

SE cor Seventh av and East Eleventh, E. O. , 
Bacon H. D., res NE cor Ninth and Oak 
BACON JAMES H., confectioner, 965 Broadway, res 409 

Ninth 
Bacon John E., contractor, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham, 

WO 
Bacon Truman F., physician (S F) res SW cor Seventeenth 

and Clay 
Bacon William, confectioner, res 409 Ninth 
Bacon W r illiam F., clerk with W. B. Hardy, res 359 Ninth 
Bader Henry F., compositor Tribune, res 235 Stevenson, SF 
Badger C. M. Mrs., res 1008 West 
Badger David, mining, res S s Golden Gate av nr Elm 
Badger Thomas W., proprietor Badger's Grand Central 

Park, res bet 7th and 9th avs and East Eighth and East 

Tenth, E O 
Badger William G., agent Hallet & Davis pianos, res Fruit 

Vale av 
Badger's Grand Central Park, bet 7th and 9th avs and East 

Eighth and East Tenth, E O 
Bafor Charles, plasterer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Bagge C. L. E., farmer, res SW cor Peralta and Fourteenth, 

WO 
Bagge Thedore F. (C. J. King of Wm. & Co., S F) res SE 

cor Center and Railroad av 
Baggs John, laborer, res S s Twenty-seventh nr Grove 
Bagley Julia, domestic, NE cor Jackson and Lake 
BAGLIN JAMES, groceries and liquors, store and res cor 

Alden and San Pablo avs 
Bahls J. F. W. (Althof & Bahls, S. F.) res E s Linden nr 

Tenth 
Bailey Alex. H., student University 
Bailey Clara V., res W s Chestnut nr Twenty-second 
Bailey Frank, stableman Mills' Seminary 
Bailey G. C, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Bailey James, res 464 Third 

Bailey James, nurseryman, res 1115 Third av, E. O. 
Bailey J. N., street contractor, res NW cor 6th av and East 

Sixteenth, E. O. 



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OAKLAND [ £ ] DIRECTORY. 93 

Bailey Lizzie Mrs., res 804 Tenth 

BAILEY ROBERT S., proprietor bar steamer El Capitan, 

res N s Eighth nr Chester 

Bailey S. A., clerk with F. L. Courvoisier, res NW cor Web- 
ster and Eighth 

Bailey Thomas W., U. S. gauger, res 858 Clay 

Bailey "William H., carpenter, res S s Delaware nr Tenth, 
W. B. 

Bailey William I., res 675 Fifth 

Bailey W. T., foreman Oakland Daily Transcript, res 368 
Fifth * 

Bailey W. W., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 522 
Eighth 

Baily Charles A., secretary, res W s Telegraph av nr 
Charter 

Baily John, clerk, res NW cor Twelfth and Broadway 

Bainort P., res 565 Second 

Baird Samuel, carpetlayer with Starkweather & Son, res 
Central Pacific Hotel 

Baker & Hogan (E. W. Baker and J. H. Hogan) photogra- 
phers, Broadway bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 

Baker A. F., contractor, res S s Sixteenth nr Grove 

Baker Alfred S., grainer, res £> s Eleventh nr Castro 

Baker A. S. Mrs., dressmaking, 1068 Broadway 

Baker Charles, shipwright W T . D. Co 

Baker Charles W., painter, res 956 Franklin 

Baker Charles, clerk, res 777 Fourteenth 

Baker Con, res 558 Sixth 

Baker E. W. (Baker & Hogan) res Centerville 

BAKER H. Y. (Chase & Baker) and postmaster, res E s 
Wood nr Twelfth, W O 

Baker J. C. Rev., res 777 Fourteenth 

Baker John, boot and shoemaker, 1104 Broadway, res E s 
Telegraph av nr Twentieth 

Baker Justus, laborer, res 608 Fourth 

Baker L. B., picture dealer, res 765 Fifth 

Baker Lizzie J. Miss, res 777 Fourteenth 

Baker Mark Sibley, picture dealer, res 765 Fifth 

Baker Nathan, res NW cor Twelfth and Poplar, W. O. 

Baker Orrin V., machinist, res S s Short nr Pine, W. O. 

BAKER PETER, groceries, provisions and liquors, 823 
Broadway, res 363 Fiftn T 

Baker Silas, carpenter, res N s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph av | £ 
and Broadway 

Baker T. R., whitener, W s Adeline nr Twenty-sixth. 

Baker William, res 1123 Eleventh av, E. O. 



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Baker William, tanner, res Eastern Hotel 
Baker — , carpenter, res S s Thirteenth nr Broadway 
Baker — , collector U. S. Mint, res 1068 Broadway 
Balderams H. L., laborer, res E s Telegraph av, North 

Temescal 
Baldwin Clifton, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
BALDWIN DAVID M., physician, 1059 Broadway, res 1160 

Alice 
Baldwin M. A., mining superintendent, res cor Tenth and 

Washington 
Baldwin S. F., student, res 930 Adeline 
Baldwin S. F. Mrs., res 930 Adeline 
Baliran J., baker with J. Mallet, res 617 Broadway 
Ball Charles H.,. engineer C. P. K. K. Co., res N s Chase 

bet Willow and Campbell, W. O. 
Ball E. M. Miss, res N s Chase bet Willow and Campbell, 

W. O. 
Ball Francis, master mariner, res W s Clay nr Sixteenth 
Ball Hattie H. Miss, res N s Chase bet "Willow and Camp- 
bell, W. O. 
Ball Horace W., clerk (S. F.), res N s Chase bet Willow and 

Campbell, W. O. 
Ball John A., president Ball's Sweeping Dredge Co., office 

461 Ninth, res Sycamore nr Telegraph av 
Ball B. C, architect, res 1012 Adeline 
Ball Thomas A., insurance (S. F.), res 715 Tenth 
Ball Thomas M., compositor Daily Evening Tribune, res 

SW cor Clay and Sixteenth 
Ball's Sweeping Dredge Co., 461 Ninth 
Ballantyne William, painter, res 1109 Franklin 
Ballard George, res N s Eighth nr Willow, W. O. 
Ballard George, laborer W. D. Co., res Goss bet Willow 

and Wood, W. O. 
Ballard George A., res S s Goss nr Willow, W T . O. 
Bollard James W., saloon, SE cor Pine and Bailroad av, res 

S s Chase nr Willow, W. O. 
Ballard L. A. Miss, res 531 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Ballard S. K., bookkeeper, res 531 East Fourteenth, E. O. 
Ballow W. N; Mrs., res NE cor Twenty-eighth and Myrtle 
Balmforth Kalph, res S s Sixteenth nr San Pablo av 
Balzer John, shoemaker, 713 Broadway, res Overland House 
Bamford William, physician, 657 East Twelfth, res East Fif- 
teenth bet 12th and 13th avs 
Bancroft William H., magnetic physician, 921 Broadway 
Bangle & Chase (Bransom Bangle and George Chase) house 

and sign painters, SE cor East Twelfth and 12th av, E.O. 

Iusure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



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Bangle Alice Mrs., res SW cor 11th av and East Nineteenth, 
E. O. 

Bangle Bransoin (Bangle & Chase) res SE cor East Six- 
teenth and 10th av, E. O. 

BANGLE E., carriage painter, 801-803 East Twelfth, E. O. 
res cor 6th av and East Eighteenth, E O 

Bangle Phoebe Mrs., res 1352 Sixth av, E O 

Bangs Frank, res TV s Castro nr Sixteenth 

Bankhead & Sons (Malcolm, Hugh and David Bankhead) 
furniture, auction and commission, 811 Broadway 

Bankhead David (Bankhead & Sons) res 752 Castro 

Bankhead Hugh (Bankhead & Sons) res 752 Castro 

Bankhead Malcolm (Bankhead & Sons) res 752 Castro 

Bankhead Malcolm B., tinsmith with James Dalziel, 752 
Castro 

Bankhead TV. J., helper Oakland Planing Mill 

Banks James, porter CPRR 

Banks John TV., cook with Viscovich & Donahue, res 419 
Tenth 

Banks Edward, piledriver C P E B, res Bailroad Exchange, 
TVO 

Banks Charles TV., clerk (Wells, Fargo & Co, S F) res NW 
cor Telegraph av and Walton 

Bannatyne James J., res 56 Seventh 

Banner Paul K., bell boy Tubbs' Hotel 

Baptist Church, NE carlOth av and East Fourteenth, E. O. 

BARBAGELATA F. & CO. (F. Barbagelata) hardware, 
crockery and glassware, 1070 Broadway 

BARBAGELATA FRANK (F. Barbagelata & Co.) res 606 
Third 

BARBER E. T., physician and surgeon, room 9 Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel, res 856 Brush 

Barbour W. A., A. B., instructor chemistry University 

Barfield John F., student University, res Humboldt Hotel 

BARFRED EDWARD A. (Aulcl & Barfred) res E s Clay nr 
Sixth 

Barker Alfred, grainer, res N s Spring nr San Pablo av 

BARKER FRANK, furniture, 468 Eighth, res 470 Eighth 

Barker James L., hardware (S F) res 1103 Third 

Barker John P., bookkeeper with Charles L. Taylor, res cor 
Bay pi and Telegraph av 

Barker Joshua, grocer, cor Prospect av and Webster 

Barker Lucy Mrs., res 912 Harrison 

Barker Matthias, carpenter, res S s Twenty-fourth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Barker S., boot and shoemaker, NW cor Third and Brdwy 



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Barker Timothy L., grocer (S. F.) res 950 Myrtle 

Barklicruse Frederick C, carpenter, res 557 Sixth 

Barley G. W., carpenter, res 363 Ninth 

Barley James, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Barlian Edward, hostler with Mark McKimmons, 613-615 

Broadway 
Barnes Charles D., machinist, res 410 Third 
Barnes George B., blindmaker Pioneer Mills, res 410 Third 
BARNES H. W., doors, windows, blinds, sash weights, etc., 

Second bet Broadway and Washington, res East Oakland 
Barnes Kichard, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Barnes Thomas, laborer, res E s Adeline nr Third 
Barnes William C, bookkeeper, res S s Fifth bet Filbert 

and Linden 
BARNETT E., fancy and staple dry goods, 825 Broadway 
Barnett John, painter with C. B. Butherford, res 523 Eighth 
Barnhard George, carpenter C. P. B. R., res S s Goss nr 

Pine, W O 
Barnstead A. D. Mrs., res N s Goss bet Pine and Wood, 

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OFFICE and WAREHOUSE, 640, 642, 644 SECOND ST., 

Bet. Broadway and Washington. 

Manufactory and Branch Store, Brooklyn Planing Mills, 

Cor. East Twelfth and Commerce, East Oakland. 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broad-way, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



All sizes Refrigerators and Ice Chests for sale at Gordon's. 

OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 97 

Barnum's Kestaurant, Pagg & Malacarne proprs, SE cor 
Broadway and Seventh 

Barratt A., bootmaker with H. Hauschildt, res 1048 Broad- 
way 

Barrett Alex. P., butcher, res N s William bet Cedar and 
Bay, W O 

Barrett Charles, spice mnfr, res W s Grove nr Caledonia 

Barrett D. W., upholsterer with E. Hook, res Center nr 
Seventh 

Barrett George, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Barrett George H., farmer, res S s Eighth nr Linden 

Barrett J., teamster with Freemen & Jaffe 

Barrett John, brakeman CPEE, res Oakland Wharf 

Barrett Patrick, butcher, res 510 Fifth 

Barrett Thomas, carriage painter with F. L. Galindo, res 
cor 13th av and East Fourteenth, E O 

BARKLLIS N. DIEGO, Italian Consul (S F) res N s Lake 
bet Jackson and Madison 

Barrows Thomas, agent Victor Sewing Machine, res Web- 
ster extension nr Broadway 

Barry David, gardener, res 1022 West 

Barry John, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-third and Telegraph 
av 

Barry Mary, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Twenty-fourth 

Barry Michael, carpenter, res 1022 West 

Barry M. S., carpenter, res S s Eighteenth nr West 

Barry William, res W s Market nr Twenty-first 

Barstow Anson, res N s Eighteenth nr Linden 

Barstow D. P., atty-at-law (S F) res NW cor Market and 
Eighteenth 

Barstow Joseph, res E s Harrison bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 

BARSTOW S., (Sarpy, Barstow & Co.) res cor Eighteenth 
and Filbert 

Bartells Byron, clerk with B. F. Schunhoff, 462 Seventh 

Bartels Charles, barber, 457 Seventh, res 752 Brush 

Bartels Jurgen Henry, driver Oakland Brewery, res S s 
Twenty-first bet Broadway and Telegraph av 

Bartels William, upholsterer with E. Hook, res 815 Castro 

Barthwell James, blacksmith, res S s Eighteenth bet Market 
and West 

BARTER GEORGE W., editor and publisher Brooklyn Vi- 
dette, NE cor 13th av and East Fourteenth, E O 

Bartlett Harry E , driver Contra Costa Laundry, res W s 
Kirkham nr Twelfth, W O 

BARTLETT HOUSE, B. Meacham, proprietor, 473 Seventh 

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Bartlett J. J., carpenter, res C P Railroad House, W O 
Bartlett Maria P., seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 
Bartlett Pliny (Contra Costa Laundry Association) res SW 

cor Eighth and Wood, W O 
Bartlett Samuel, carpenter C P E K, res Railroad av nr Pine, 

WO 
Bartlett William C, editor S F Bulletin, res N s Prospect 

Place nr Broadway 
Bartling Clara Miss, student University 
BARTLING WILLIAM (Bartling & Kimball, S F) res 719 

Fourteenth 
Barton Richard, watchmaker Cal Watch Co, res Park House, 

WB 
Basham — , res E s Market bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Bashford Coles A., student University 
Bassett Alonzo, stonecutter, res 1117 "West 
Bassett A. S., house painter, res 1005 Franklin 
Bassett Frederick W., blacksmith, res 1117 West 
Bassett John W., carpenter, res 1117 West 
Bassett Joseph, res W s Fruit Yale av nr East Fourteenth, 

Fruit Vale 
Bassett P. C, carpenter, res NW cor East Twentieth and 

7th av, E 
Bassett Robert, canvasser, res N s East Sixteenth bet 20th 

and 21st avs, E O 
Bastian F., blacksmith W T> Co 

Batchelder D. W., carpenter, res Soracco House, W O 
Batchelder Timothy, master mariner, res W s Harrison nr 

Eighth 
Bateman A., miner, res 718 Fifth 

Bateman L., clerk, res W s Telegraph av nr Seventeenth 
Bateman LaMonte, res 962 Clay 
BATES B. R., superintendent American District Telegraph 

Co, Ninth nr Broadway, res 514 Tenth 
Bates Charles D., contractor, res E s 5th av bet East Tenth 

and East Eleventh, E O 
Bates E. J., farmer, res Fruit Vale av 
Batstone James, carpenter, res N s Taylor between Cedar 

and Pine, W O 
Batterman Christopher S., student University 
Battey Hannah, domestic, cor Eighth and Jefferson 
Battles John, res cor Seventeenth and Kirkham, W O 
Battles William, upholsterer, res 359 Third 
BAUDER CHRIS. & CO. (Chris. Bauder and George Yawart) 

proprietors Golden Star Hotel, 838 Broadway 
BAUDER CHRIS. (Chris. Bauder & Co) res 838 Broadway 



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Baudin J. P., foreman Grove-st Planing Mill, res 605 Tenth 

Bauer C, wines and liquors, 866 Broadway 

Bauer John, laborer, res 415 Seventh 

Bauerle J., res NW cor Grove and Fourth 

Baum Jacob, switchman, res Russell House 

Bauman John, carpenter, res S s Fifth bet Filbert and 

Linden 
Baxley George W., farmer, res SE cor Third and Madison 
Baxley John W., laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 329 

Third 
BAXTER HOUSE, J. B. Baxter proprietor, Baxter Station 

San Pablo av 
BAXTER J. B., proprietor Baxter House, Baxter Station 

San Pablo av 
BAXTER STATION, J. B. Baxter proprietor, W s San 

Pablo av north Temescal creek 
Baxter William S., clerk Assay Office, res 810 Webster 
BAY NURSERY, James Hutchison proprietor, SE cor 

Fourteenth and Washington 
Bayerque J. B. Mrs., res 222 Eleventh 
Bayles William H., clerk with J. S. Crosley, res NW cor 

Twelfth and Broadway 
Bayley George B., res W s Castro nr Sixteenth 
Baylis Harry E., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Overland House 
Baylis H. A., carpenter, res Overland House 
Baylis Joseph, teamster, res N s Lydia nr Market 
Beach Carrie Miss, res 926 Myrtle 
Beach Henry, res 913 Fifth av, E O 
Beach Ida Miss, res 926 Myrtle 
BEADELL CHARLES G., carpenter . and builder, res cor 

Second and University av, W B 
Beal John, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Third 
Beal Moses H., carpemer, res W s Cedar nr Goss, W O 
Beale William T., furniture (S F) res S s Logan nr Grove 
Beam Charles, porter Centennial Hotel, res S s Twelfth nr 

Oak 
Bean Archibald E., carpenter, res W s West nr Twenty- 
first 
Bean Daniel, engraver with Weston & Welch, res Union 

Hotel 
Bean Joseph, gardener, W s San Pablo av nr Temescel 

Creek 
Bear Abraham, switchman CPER, res 807 Washington 
Bear E., fireman CPER, res Railroad av nr Campbell, 

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Bear Saul, res Kelsey House 

Beard Thomas K., student University 

Beardsley George R. (Swineborne & Beardsley) office 907 

Broadway 
Beaton H. "A., inspector lumber (S F) res N s Railroad av 

nr Bay, W O 
Beatty John, drayman, res S s Sixteenth nr West 
Beauchamp Isabella Mrs., res W s Grove nr Nineteenth 
Beaudoin F., umbrella repairer, 613 Broadway 
BEAUDRY & McAVOY (L. M. Beaudry„and H. McAvoy) 

undertakers; 835 Broadway 
BEAUDRY L. M., livery and sale stable, NE cor Broadway 

and Seventh (and Beaudry & McAvoy) res 860 Brush 
Bechdel Nelson A., foreman round house C P R R, res 

eighth bet Willow and Wood, W O 
BECHT GEORGE J., manager with Joseph Becht, res SE 

cor Fourteenth and Webster 
BECHT JOSEPH, plumbing, gasfitting and gasfixtures, 1014 

Broadway, res SE cor Fourteenth and Webster 
BECHT'S SALOON, Leopold Selna proprietor, SE cor 

Eleventh and Broadway 
Beck Gottlieb, gardener, W s Castro nr Sixteenth 
Beck Thomas, gardener, res cor Fourteenth and Filbert 
BECK WILLIAM (Simon & Beck) res 652 Harrison 
Becker A. 0. Mrs., res S s Bancroft way nr Telegraph av, 

Berkeley 
Becker Charles, hostler, res S s Forty-fifth nr San Pablo, av 
BECKER FRED (Marquardsen & Becker) res Stewart's 

Hotel 
Becker George F., A. B., lecturer metallurgy, University, 

res Bancroft way nr Telegraph av, Berkeley 
Becker William, tanner with G. F. Crist 
Becket J. H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Beebe Charles W., bookkeeper (S F) res 916 Myrtle 
Beebe Edwin L., carrenter, res 366 Ninth 
Beebe Edwin E., carpenter, res 366 Ninth 
Beebe Follen, res NE cor Harrison and Seventh 
Beebe Franklin, atty-at-law, 954 Broadway, res SE cor Fif- 
teenth and Market 
Beebe James, farmer, res cor Cleveland and Telegraph avs 
Beeby Robert J., harnessmaker with James Lentell, res 

Telegraph road bet Thirty-ninth and Fortieth. 
Beeching Robert A., student University 
Beel S. Mrs., res 378 Ninth 
Beers George A., printer with Butler & Bowman, res Eureka 

Hotel 

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Beeston William H., gardener, res N s Short nr Bay, W O 
Beggs Theodore, cook with N. Williams, res Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Begin Joseph, butcher, res N s University av nr First, W B 
Behen Michael, carpenter, res S s Fourteenth bet Franklin 

and Webster 
Behen Michael, stableman Lexter Stable 
Behlow William, clerk (S F) res W s San Pablo av nr Tem- 

escal Creek 
Behrens George H., clerk (Crane & Brigham, S F) res Pier- 
son nr Chase, W O 
Behrman Claus, laborer, S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Beier Paul, laborer, res W s College av nr Asylum, Berkeley 
Beisel Louis, tanner with G. F. Crist, res 768 Twelfth, E 
Beitzel J., butcher, res S s East Fourteenth bet 19th and 

20th avs, E O 
Belcher Frederick P., tracks, (office S F) res 1143 Myrtle 
Belden Edward, carpenter, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham, 

WO 
Belden E. S., reporter (S F) res E s Telegraph av nr Evoy av 
Belden Frank E., mailing agent Signs of the Times, res NW 

cor Eleventh and Castro 
Belfrage Robert, butler, cor Moss and Telegraph av 
Belinge Stephen, carpenter, res 725 Myrtle 
Bell Fannie Mrs., res W s Castro nr Sixteenth 
Bell George, carpenter, res Evoy av nr Adeline 
Bell Hugh carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Bell John, teamster, res Union Hotel, E O 
Bell Munford W., clerk, res 1006 Webster 
Bell Samuel, mail agent CPEE, res Tremont House 
Bell Thomas, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Bellars W. T., carpet beating, res 361 Ninth 
BET ,T .CHAMBERS JAMES (Groves & Bellchambers) res 

Shell Mound Park 
Belle View Nursery, S. Nolan proprietor, S s Brown nr Tel- 
egraph av 
Bellemeaur Leon, res Washington Hotel 
Bellermann Emil, bookkeeper (S F) res Summer nr San 

Pablo av 
Bellingall P W, custom house broker (S F) res W s Filbert 

nr Eighteenth 
Belloir Peter, conductor C P R R, res W s Chestei bet 

Tenth and Eleventh, W O 
BELMONT LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, James Brown 

proprietor, 804-808 Broadway 
Belz John, laborer, res 510 Second 



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Belzer John, shoemaker, res Overland House 

Beman Mary E., clairvoyant physician, res NW cor East 

Fifteenth and 8th av, E O 
Bemis L. H. Mrs., res 910 Filbert 
BEMIS ORLANDO (Prescott & Bemis), res cor 11th av and 

East Nineteenth, E O 
Benbow John, mining, res S s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Bendel Herman (Tillman & Bendel, S F), res NE cor Alice 

and Third 
Benedict M. P. Mrs., dressmaker and res E s Grove nr 

Sycamore 
Benedict Newton, insurance broker, res E s Clinton av nr 

East Twenty-fourth, E O 
Benham John A., contractor, res E s Telegraph av nr Twen- 
ty-third 
Bending Annie, domestic, W s Market opp Eleventh 
BENITZ BLOCK, NE cor Broadway and Tenth 
Benjamin Isaac, student University of California 
Benner Frederick M., melter U S Mint (S F), res SE cor 

Sixteenth and West 
Bennett Alfred E., carpenter, res SW cor Jackson and Third 
Bennett G. W., stewart Central Pacific Railroad House, W 

O 
Bennett James, blacksmith, res 406 First 
Bennett James, laborer, res N s Delaware nr Sixth, W B 
Bennett J. P., bookkeeper, res S s Eleventh nr Brush 
Bennett O. D., machine hand Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor 

Fifth and Brush 
Bennett Robert H., commission merchant, res 114 Eleventh 
Bennet — , capitalist, res Blake House 
Bennison Andrew, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 856 

Brush 
Bennison Edward, res 856 Brush 
BENNISON GEORGE E. (E. D. Block & Co.) res 856 

Brush 
Bennison William, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 951 

Broadway 
Benson B. F. M., bookkeeper with Bowen Bros., res 962 Clay 
Benson George, carpenter W D Co 
Benson Henry A., farmer, res 956 West Twelfth 
Bentley LellieE., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res cor 

10th av and East Fifteenth, E O 
Bentley M. A. Mrs., res SW cor Eighteenth and Castro 
Bentley W. D., dairy, W s San Pablo av nr Temescal Creek 
BENTLEY WILLIAM R., proprietor The Centennial 

Boarding Hotel, NE cor Fourteenth and Clay 

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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 103 

Benton Abijali K., clerk Post Office, res S.s Sixteenth bet 
San Pablo av and Clay 

BENTON JOHN ELIOT, postmaster, res S s Sixteenth 
bet San Pablo av and Clay 

Benton Joseph A. Kev., res S s Hawthorne bet Telegraph av 
and Broadway 

Benton Mary F. Miss, res S s Sixteenth nr San Pablo av 

Benz F. M., tanner and currier with G. F. Crist, res cor 
22d av and East Twelfth, E O 

Benzon A. F., merchant (S F), res N s Sixteenth nr Cypress, 
WO 

Berard Achille, laborer, res 775 Myrtle 

BERARD ALFRED, French laundry, 308 Tenth 

Bercluff Rinda, domestic, NE cor Sixteenth and Jefferson 

Berenkamp E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 409 Ninth 

Beretta G., collector (S F) res S s Seward nr Wood, W O 

Berg Morris (Lutz & Berg) res 663 Washington 

BERGER JOHN, French hotel and restaurant, Willow Grove 
Park, W B 

BERGER J_i. P., watchmaker and jeweler, 967 Broadway, res 
Seventh nr Center 

Berger Matthias, carpenter, res S s Twenty-second nr Lin- 
den 

Bergner August, res Golden Star Hotel 

Berit Jules, fish pedler, res 416 Second 

Be'rit Peter, fish and poultry, res 421 Second 

Berkeley Farm House, Thomas 11 . Searle proprietor, W s 
Daney nr University Grounds, B 

Berkeley Hotel, Mrs. A. M. Marchand proprietor, cor Ban- 
croft way and Humboldt av, B 

BERKELEY LAUNDRY, Charles Partenscky proprietor, 
N s Twelfth nr Kirkham, W O 

Berkeley Real Estate and Water Works, F. Chappellet 
agent, S s Seventh nr Washington 

Berkeley Ville Association, F. Chappellet agent, S s Seventh 
nr Washington 

Bermingham Edward, watchman City Market, res 829 Frank- 
lin 

Bermingham John, stoker, res junc Peralta and Magnolia 

Bernamayou Peter, gardener, res N s East Fourteenth nr 
30th av, E O 

Bernard Henry, student University 

Bernard Noel, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Second 

Bernstein Edward, dry and fancy goods, 813 Broadway, res 
cor Fourth and Alice 

Bernstein Julius, clerk with E. Bernstein, res 418 Fifth 



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Berrose Louis, driver San Pablo av R R, res San Pablo av 

nr Adeline 
Berry Charles, res 56 Seventh 
Berry David, saddle and harness maker, res SE cor First 

and Broadway 
Berry Hamilton, seaman, res 618 Fifth 
Berry H. V., night clerk Tubbs' Hotel 
Berry J. H., waiter Contra Costa Laundry 
Berry John, res Peralta nr Eighth, W O 
Berry Theresa Mrs., res 524 Sixth 

Berry William, carpenter, res E s "Wood nr Taylor, W O 
Berry William, porter CPEK 

Berry W. L., printer (S F) res N s Division nr Wood, W O 
Berry W. O. M. (Treadwell & Co, S F) res 938 Filbert 
Berryman Claus, driver with Shakespeare & Walter 
Bertoni Francisco, porter with Ghirardelli & Petar, res 607 

Sixth 
Bertram Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Bertschy Lanie Miss, res 1143 Myrtle 
Besenthal Adolph, cook Grand Central Hotel 
Besenthal Ernest, cook Grand Central Hotel 
Bessette Gabriel, teamster with Remillard & Bros. 
Besting Fred, blacksmith C P R B, res N s Eighth nr Wil- 
low, W O 
Beswick Nathaniel, rancher, res West End Hotel 
Beswick W. G., carpenter, res West End Hotel 
Betancue Joseph F., carpenter, res S s Bay pi nr Tele- 
graph av 
Beterman Theodore, laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor 

First and Broadway 
Bets Henry, laborer, res 726 Myrtle > 

Bettman J» J. commission merchant (S F) res 513 Tenth 
Bettman J. J. Mrs., millinery, 1000 Broadway, res 513 

Tenth 
Betts Orrington, carpenter, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 
Betts Peter M., carriage-spring maker, res 711 Filbert 
Betts WiUiam M. president Betts' Springs Co (S F) res 1110 

Myrtle 
Betz Henry, laborer Taylor & Co, res 726 Myrtle 
Betz Louis, clerk with George Bloom, res cor Seventh and 

Franklin 
Betz Louisa Miss, milliner with Mrs. J. J. Bettman 
Beveredge Horatio, res 56 Seventh 
Bevill Camille C. Mme., teacher French and German 

Mills' Seminary 
Bibber C. R. Mrs., res E s Chester nr Third 



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Bice John W., resident graduate University, Berkley 

Biddle Anna Mrs., res 615 Tenth 

Bidleman Enoch G. liquor dealer (S F) res SW cor 5th av 

and East Fifteenth, E O 
Bidwell H. C. stockbroker (S F) res SE cor Twentieth and 

Broadway 
Biedenweg August, bookkeeper with Jacob Samm, res 611 

Clay 
Bieler Andrew, baker with C. F. Hampel, res 761 East Four- 
teenth 
Bien Morris, student University 
Bierce Albert, U S Mint (S F) res 1162 Market 
BIGELOW ELIJAH, real estate, housebroker and collector, 

900 Broadway, res 1155 Brush 
BIGEIjOW THADDEUS B., real estate, housebroker and 

collector, 900 Broadway, res 1157 Jefferson 
Biggs T. P., oysterman with N. Williams, res Cosmopolitan 

House 
Bigley Lola, seamstress, 754 Eighth 
BIGNAMI LOUIS, proprietor Venician Gardens and Saloon, 

574^576 Seventh 
Billings Frank D., engineer CPEE, res Goss bet Cedar and 

Pine, W O 
Billings Herbert, porter with Dalziel & Moller, res cor Cale- 
donia av and Grove 
Billings Tobias, res cor Grove and Caledonia av 
Bills R. A. Miss, principal Preparatory Department Mills 

Seminary 
Biltz Raymond, piano tuner, res 359 Fourth. 
Bingham H. M. Mrs., res 518 Tenth 
Bingley R. C, res NE cor Seventeenth and West 
Birch Catherine Mrs., dressmaker, res SE cor East Twelfth 

and 11th av 
Birch John, carpenter, res SE cor East Twelfth and 11th av 
Bird Bridget, widow, res E s Chestnut nr First 
Bird Edward, bellboy Tubbs Hotel 
Bimie Robert, copyist, res 270 Seventh r 

Bischoff George W., jeweler with W. Wilson, res Eland 

House 
BISHOP & POWERS (A. W. Bishop and O. B. Powers) 

publishers and proprs Oakland Daily Transcript, 911 

Broadway 
BISHOP A. W. (Bishop & Powers) 911 Broadway 
Bishop Daniel L., student University 
BISHOP'S OAKLAND CITY DIRECTORY, W. B. Hardy 

agent, 959 Broadway 



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Bissmark Charles, cook with David Wemmer, res 473 Eighth 

Bittencurte M. S., gardener Pagoda Hill, Temescal 

Bivins B. F., mining (S F) res Pryal's lane nr University 

av, Berkeley 
Bixby Levi R., l carpenter, res E s Brush nr Twentieth 
Bixby Levi S., bookkeeper., res E s Brush nr Twentieth 
Black A. H., clerk, res S s Lincoln bet Wood and Willow, 

WO 
Black George, clerk with Chase & Baker, res S s Lincoln nr 

Wood, W O 
Black H. J., carriage painter with King & Williams, res cor 

Franklin and Eleventh 
Black John L., merchant, res W s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Black Joseph, bookkeeper with J. Lusk& Co., res Temescal 
Black Josiah, carpenter, res S s Twenty-ninth nr San Pablo 
Blacklock Walter, res 362 First 
Blackman William H., painter, res 411 Ninth 
Blackman — , physician, res 1116 Alice 
Blackson John, porter CPKK 
Blackwood Jane Mrs., res 959 Washington 
Blackwood W. C, machinist, res SE cor 7th av and East 

Eleventh, E O 
Blair Charles, commercial agent, res Tremont House 
Blair Curtis M., patternmaker, res E s Henry bet West Fifth 

and Seventh 
Blair David, insurance agent, res 122 Eleventh 
BLAIR GEORGE M., propr Grove-street Planing Mill, 

res 325 Eleventh - 
Blair Walter, capitalist, res The Centennial 
Blais Henry, hostler San Pablo R R, res cor Park and San 

Pablo avs • 

Blaison Charles, clerk with G. Cattanco, res W s Telegraph 

av nr Temascal Creek 
Blake George F., policeman, res 715 Fifth 
Blake House, Mrs. Blake proprietor, W s Washington bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth' 
Blake John, grainer with C. B. Rutherford, res 362 Third 
Blake M. K., res W s Washington bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth 
Blakeslee Helen S. Miss, teacher Durant School, res N s 

Edwards nr Telegraph av 
Blakeslee S. V. Rev., res N s Edwards nr Telegraph av 
Blakie G. W., carpenter, res Grand Western Hotel 
Blanchard A. F., salesman with F. Barbagelata, res Octavia 

nr Union, S F 



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Blanchard James, engineer CPRE, res W s Campbell nr 

Eighth, W O 
Blankman Harry, clerk with N. S. Martin (S F) res Tubbs' 

Hotel 
Blankman Joseph, res Tubbs' Hotel 
BLETHEN & TERRY (James E. Blethen and estate of V. 

P. Terry) proprietors Pioneer Planing Mills, NW cor 

Broadway and First 
Blethen Charles, millman, res Overland House 
Blethen Edward, millman, res Overland House. 
BLETHEN JAMES E. (Blethen & Terry) res 568 East 

Fourteenth 
Bliss Theodore, stevedore, res N s Twenty-second nr West 
Bliss W. C, carpenter, res 963 Franklin 
Bliss "William C, with Cal. Bridge Co, res N s Caledonia av 

near Telegraph av 
Bliven James I., soda manufacturer, NE cor Thirteenth and 

Franklin 
BLOCK E. D. & CO. (Emanuel D. Block and George E. 

Bennison) dry and fancy goods, 951 Broadway 
BLOCK EMANUEL D. (E. D. Block & Co.) res 515 Geary, 

SF 
Block Joseph, clerk with Sinilow & McLaurin, res 379 

Eleventh 
BLOOM GEORGE, groceries and liquors, 951 Franklin, 

res 953 Franklin 
Blote William, collector Contra Costa Water Co., res 458 

Eight 
Blow Walter W., res SW cor Harrison and Fifth 
Blue Daniel, carpenter, res Eland House 
BLUETT WILLIAM H. (Dunham & Bluett) res SW cor 

Jefferson and Sixteenth 
Blyth William A., student University 
Boalt John H., atty-at-law, 410 Montgomery (S F) res 1003 

Twelfth 
BOARD OF EDUCATION, B. E. Cole president, City Hall 
BOARD OF HEALTH, George E. Sherman health officer 

and city physician, City Hall 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS (county) Isham Case presi- 
dent, County Court House, room 5 
Boardman Charles T., draughtsman with W. F. Boardman, 

res NE cor 7th av and East Sixteenth 
BOARDMAN F. W., civil engineer, 812 Broadway, res SW 

cor Twelfth and Campbell, W O 
Boardman William, clerk with W. F. Boardman, res NE cor 

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BOARDMAN WILLIAM F., civil engineer, 812 Broadway, 
res NE cor 7th av and East Sixteenth, E O 

Bock Charles, carriagemaker with Sohst Bros, res 357 Eighth 

Bockelmann John H., fresco painter with Van Embergh & 
McGovern, res Thirteenth bet Broadway and Washington 

Bockins Charlotte Miss, student University 

Bockins John, carpenter, res 414 Sixth 

Bocqueraz Peter, wholesale wines and liquors, 822 Broad- 
way, res 561 Second 

Bodell John, teamster W D Co, res 467 Fourth 

Bodette Jose, carpenter, res E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

Bogart John M., broker (S F) res N s Walton nr Telegraph av 

Bogner August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Bohlscheid Anthony, carpenter, res E s Grove nr Twenty- 
seventh 

Bohn Andrew, driver with Raffo Bros, res 517 Fourth 

Boice Charles De S., collector (S F) res W s> Poplar bet 
Tenth and Twelfth, W O 

Bolam Charles H., watchmaker California Watch Co, res 
Park House, W B 

Bolles Amos, contractor and builder, res N s East Twenty- 
fifth nr 7th av 

Bollinger John C, real estate agent, res 1156 Webster 

Bolser George, painter, res 658 Grove 

Bolton George, bartender with J. W. Ballard, res SE cor 
Wood and William, W O 

Bolton James W., carriage painter with E. Bangle, res Man- 
sion House, E O 

Bolton Sarah Miss, student University 

BOLTON WILLIAM, physician, real estate, notary public 
and member Board of Health, N s Railroad av bet 
Wood and Pine, res NW cor Wood and William 

Bomgard Solomon, tailor, res 416 Third 

Bon J. B., res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty-seventh 

Bond Frederick, teamster, res 807 Alice 

Bones S. W., conductor CPEE, res Union Hotel, E O 

Bones W. D., brakeman C P R R, res Alameda 

Bonetti Anton, confectioner with Miley & Laage, res Union 
Flag 

Boniface Sara Miss, teacher Lafayette School 

Bonifield James T., stevedore (S F) res NE cor Twelfth and 
Willow 

Bonjour Henry, carpenter, res 617 Sixth 

Bonn F. Rev., pastor German Methodist Church, res S s 
Brown nr West 

Bonney Charles W., carpenter, res 717 Tenth 

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Bonney Franklin J., student University 

Boogar Philip, capitalist, res 862 Franklin 

Boop John D., doorkeeper U S Mint (S F) res W s Henry 

bet West Fifth and Seventh 
Booth James A., collector Transcript, res 916 Harrison 
Booth Edward, student University 
Booth George E., engineer CPKE Co, res NWcor Seward 

and Willow, W 
Bordwell Walter T., student University of California 
Borein Peter R., deputy county treasurer and tax collector, 

W s Broadway bet'Fourtli* and Fifth, res NW cor Fifth 

and Alice 
Borie L. S., res 513 Eleventh 

Borland Archie, stocks, res cor Merrimac and Broadway 
Borland James, carpenter, res cor Twenty-first and Filbert 
Bornand P. E., teacher, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
fourth 
Borelle J., tailor, shop and res 373 Eleventh 
Bortree David, shipwright, res N s William bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Bosch John, laborer, res Central Pacific Bailroad House, 

WO 
Boslee C. Mme., milliner, 464 Tweltth 
Boslee James, milliner, 464 Twelfth 
Bost John W., surveyor, res N s Sixteenth nr Grove 
Boswell William H., sawyer Oakland Planing Mill, res 373 

First 
Boswell — , clerk, res 503 Eleventh 

Botts Charles T., atty-at-law, res NW cor Tenth and Jackson 
Boucher Anna M. Mrs., res 1011 Brush 
Boudar — , teacher French, res 258 Eighth 
Bouge Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 813 East Fourteenth 
Boullet L. Mrs., res 404 Fifth 

Bourgin Peter, gun and locksmith, 660 Washington 
Bouton Hart, foreman, res SW cor Sixteenth and Kirkham, 

WO 
Bouton M. D., engineer, res N s Short nr Cedar, W O 
Bouton W. S., bookkeeper with G. M. Blair, res W s Filbert 

nr Twenty-eighth 
Bovyer Alice M., student University 
Bowen Bros. (Pardon M. and Charles E. Bowen), groceries, 

467 Twelfth 
Bowen Charles E. (Bowen Bros.), res cor Sutter and Polk, 

SF 
Bowen James, laborer, res cor Union and Twenty-eighth 
Bowen P. M. (Bowen Bros.) res 1165 Clay cor Fourteenth 

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Bowen Thomas W., mining, res N s Fffth bet Webster and 

Harrison 
Bowen Walter R., clerk with Bowen Bros., res SWcor Four- 
teenth and Clay 
Bowen William, groceries and res NW cor Delaware and 

San Pablo av 
Bowers Fred. C, waiter Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Bowers Mary, widow, res 777 Myrtle 
Bowers S. T., bricklayer, res 563 Sixth 
Bowers Warren O., engineer P R R Co, res W s Campbell 

bet Railroad av and William 
Bowie G. W., atty-at-law, 859 Broadway, res Grand Central 

Hotel 
Bowman Charles H., clerk C P R R, res 1 Pine, W O 
Bowman George F, real estate agent, res E s 4th av bet East 

Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
BOWMAN HENRY, druggist, 913 Broadway, res NE cor 

Grove and Ninth streets 
Bowman Isaac H. (Butler & Bowman) res 830 Myrtle 
Bowman Jerry, barber with G . W. Meyers, res Alta House 
Bown John, farmer, res W s Park bet Alameda and East 

Oakland 
Bowser Samuel, bootblack, res 464 Seventh 
Bowser Samuel, laborer, res Minna nr Telegraph av 
Boyce Daniel, cook Alta House, res 903 Washington 
BOYCE S. B. (Mix & Boyce) res 128 Sixth (S F) 
Boyck John, plasterer, res cor Forty-ninth and Telegraph av 
Boyd John E., San Francisco and Berkeley Express, res Es 

Sixth bet Delaware and Bristol, West Berkeley 
Boyer Albert, clerk with Tharsing & Lake, res S s Eighth 

bet Pine and Cedar 
Boyer E. A., carpenter, res 717 Sixth 
Boyer James W., clerk (S F) res Tremont House 
Boyers — , school teacher, res 411 Twelfth 
Boyington Samuel, painter, res 509 Eighth 
Boyle Charles C, carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Boyle Mary Miss, compositor, res 832 Jefferson 
Boyle Mary Mrs., res 832 Jefferson 
Boyle Patrick, laborer, res nr Cal Watch Co's Mnfry, West 

Berkeley 
Boyle Patrick, gardener, res N s East Fourteenth nr 30th av 
Boynton C. A., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Over- 
land House 
Boynton Ira, carpenter, res Ws Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Brackus J., laborer, res cor Thirty-fourth and San Pablo av 



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Bradfield J. E. Miss, housekeeper, SW cor Madison and 

Fourth 
Bradford A. B., carpenter, res Washington Hotel 
Bradford Abrani C. Jr., student, res W s Broadway nr 

Twentieth 
Bradford A. S., coachman with D. Hanshaw Ward 
Bradford E. Mrs., res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Bradford George H., res 1099 Third 

Bradford James, pile driver C P R R, res Kailroad Ex- 
change, W O 
Bradford Louisa Miss, student University 
Bradford M. E. Mrs., res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Bradford Oscar, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Bradhoff Henry, driver Shakespear & Walter 
Bradley C. H., wines and liquors, 802 Broadway, res Win- 

throp House 
Bradley Charles T., photo printer with Dunham & Lathrop, 

res Alameda 
Bradley C. L., fireman C P BR, res SE cor 9th av and East 

Tenth 
Bradley Cornelius B., vice-principal Oakland High School 

res E s Franklin nr Seventeenth 
Bradley H. P., engineer C P R R, res NE cor East Eleventh 

and Twelfth av 
Bradley James, laborer, res Central House 
Bradley J. W., clerk with Bart. Morgan 
Bradley Maria Mrs., res 358 Fourth 
Bradley Mary C. Mrs., teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

E s Franklin nr Seventeenth 
Bradley Thomas, plasterer res 321 Eleventh 
Bradley Thomas, tinsmith with James Dalziel, res 358 Fourth 
Bradley William, engineer C P R R, res Cedar bet Seventh 

and Eighth, W O 
Bradshaw D. P., res W s Telegraph av one mile S fm Univer- 
sity 
Bradshaw John, hostler Telegraph av R R stables 
Bradshaw Michael, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 

av and Lusk 
Bradt Hugh, carpenter, res 1021 Franklin 
BRADWAY JOSEPH R. (Reilay & Bradway) physician, 

1059 Broadway, res 1113 Jefferson 
Brady Dennis, laborer, res E s Henry nr Fifth 
Brady John, painter, res W s Linden bet Second and Third 
Brady Joseph, res Mansion House, E O 
Brady Terrence, gasfitter with G. L. Lynde, res 812 Castro 
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Bragg Elizabeth, student University 
Braillard H. E., butcher, res 836 Broadway 
BRAINARD & FULLER, (J. M. Brainard and A. M. Ful- 
ler) carpenters and joiners, 1110 Broadway 
Brainard G. W., clerk, res 323 Fifth 
BRAINARD J. M. (Brainard & Fuller) res Thirteenth bet 

Broadway and Washington 
Braley A. M., watchman with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 

av and Lusk 
Bralley Patrick, barber, res S s Seventeenth nr West 
Braman Jason J., physician, res cor Sixth and Delaware, 

WB 
Bramlett P. F. Mrs., domestic NE cor Seventeenth and 

Grove 
BRANDSTETTER JOSEPH, baker and confectioner, 908 

Broadway 
Brandt B. L., painter (S F) res Kelsey House 
Brandt L., upholsterer, res 466 Sixth 
Brandt K. Mrs., dressmaking, res 466 Sixth 
BRANNAN DANIEL, proprietor Pioneer Pottery, office 

313 Battery (S F) res cor East Twelfth and 17th av 
Brannan Mary Mrs., res N s Lydia nr West 
Branquinho M. E., restaurant, 679 East Twelfth 
Branson Ware, sailmaker, res 737 Filbert 
Brarens Frederick, carpenter, res cor University av and 

Second, W B 
Braun 0. H. F., cashier with B. Davidson & Co. (S F) res 

NW cor Kailroad av and Kirkham 
Braun Emil, engraver, res 264 Eleventh 
BRAUN F. D., wines and liquors, 469 Sixth, res SW cor 

Sixth and Franklin 
Braun Julia Mrs., teacher music, res 264 Eleventh 
Bray Bosa, domestic, SW cor Madison and Fourth 
Bray W. A. (W. A. Bray & Bros., S F) res NE cor Julia and 

East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 
BRAYTON A. P., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Brayton M. E. Mrs., res W s Alice bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 
Brearty Daniel, blacksmith with Davison Bros., res E O 
Brearty Francis J. (Van Voorhies & Brearty) atty-at-law, 859 

Broadway, room 7, res 366 Eighth 
BREDHOFF CHARLES, proprietor Washington Brewery, 

res 663 Sixth 
Breen Patrick, laborer, res S s Twenty -filth nr Broadway 
Breen Thomas, carpenter, res 379 Fifth 
Bregers C. W., butcher, 729 Fifth, res cor Myrtle and Third 

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Brehn Rudolph W. (woodturner, S F) res N s Thirteenth 

bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Bremler Herrmann, clerk with A. Lippmann 
Brendel Fred., laborer Oakland Water Co, res Golden Star 

Hotel 
Brendel George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills 
Brennan Daniel, car cleaner C P R R, res Lewis bet Third 

and Fifth 
Brennan Donald, plasterer, res N s Third bet Filbert and 

Linden 
BRENNAN JAMES & JOHN, livery stable, S s University 

av nr Second, W B 
BRENNAN JAMES (James & John Brennan) res cor 

Second and University av, W B 
Brennan James, carriagewasher Dexter Stable 
Brennan John, driver with Palmer & Cole 
BRENNAN JOHN (James & John Brennan) res cor Second 

and University av, W B 
Brennan Phoebe, domestic, NW cor Tenth and Madison 
Brennan Thomas, res cor Second and University av, W B ' 
Brennan William, plasterer, res 709 East Twelfth 
Brennan William, car repairer C P R R, res Lewis bet Third 

and Fifth 
Brenson John, teamster, res N s Twenty-seventh nr West 
Brentano Max A., res 316 Third 
Brereton Daniel M., salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co, res 

cor Webster and Eleventh 
Bresenham John, laborer, res Union Hotel, E O 
Brett John R. Mrs., res 667 Twelfth 
Breuer Henry, bookkeeper with Kramm & Dieves, res NE 

cor Ninth and Broadway 
Brewer Anton, woodcarver C P R R, res S s William bet 

Pine and Cedar. W O 
Brewer J. H. atty-at-law (S F) res 578 Thirteenth 
Brewster Christina Mrs., res SW cor Caledonia and Tele- 
graph avs 
Brewster Delia Mrs., res N s Fifteenth nr West 
Brewster^ Ferdinand T. gauger Internal Revenue Office, 

(S F) res 1019 Brush 
Brezill John, groceries, SW cor Lydia and West 
Brice Alfred, with E. F. Kohler, res 857 Chester 
Bridge Thomas, farmer, res Fruit Yale av 
Bridgeman Caleb B., carpenter, res N s Third bet Filbert 

and Linden 
Bridgeman C. D., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

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Bridgeman Edward C, blind maker Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res 1006 Third 
Bridgeman W. C, helper Oakland Planing Mill 
Bridges W. II., brakeman, res Union Hotel, E O 
Brier Columbus, real estate, res N s Charter nr Telegraph av 
BRIER K. W., principal Clasical and English School, res 

cor West and Nolan 
Briggs David M., sticker hand, res N s Seward nr Wood, 

W O 
Briggs Edward K., wood carver W. D. Co., res 28 Geary, 

rear (S F) 
Briggs William H., music teacher, res 519 Eighth 
Briggs William L., carpenter, res 734 Linden 
Brigham CO., provisions, res 1019 Oak 
BRINCKMANN EDWARD (Koenig & Brinckmann) 472 

Seventh 
Brink Marcellus, hatter, 925 Broadway, res S s Fourteenth 

bet Brush and West ■ 
Briones Bros. (G. and R. Briones) barbers, 844 Broadway 
Briones C, driver Felton Engine Co. No. 2, res 257 Eighth 
Briones Gabriel (Briones Bros.) res 257 Eighth 
Briones J., barber with Briones Bros, res 257 Eighth 
Briones Louisa Mrs., res 257 Eighth 
Briones R. (Briones Bros.) res 257 Eighth 
Brittain George R., upholsterer with Chris. Schreiber, res 

cor Thirteenth and Washington 
Britto Loring, machinist, res 813 East Fourteenth 
Britton John A., collector City Gaslight Co., res 323 Fifth 
BROAD CHARLES A., boots and shoes, 952 Broadway, res 

319 Eleventh 
Broadhead J. F. (W. H. Broadhead & Co, S F) res 353 

East Twelfth . 
Broadway and Telegraph Avenue Railroad Co., J. S. Emery 

president; Geo. Y. Lo wren secy; J. W. Knox treasurer; 

office Wilcox block 
Broadway Block, W s Broadway bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Broadwell Melvin L., carpenter Pionerr Planing Mills, res 

522 Eighth 
Broaie James A., steward, res S s Twelfth bet Madison and 

Jackson 
Brock George W., butcher Guptil's Market, res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Twenty-third 
Brockhage J. F., searcher records (S F) res S s Eighteenth 

bet Brush and West 
Brockhurst Samuel, res 772 Tenth 
Brockway C. M. Mrs., res 161 Seventh 



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J. S. G. Gordon, wholesale and retail dealer in Ice, 469 Ninth st. 



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Brockway F. F., resE s Bushnell nr University av, W B 

Brodriek Ann, domestic, res NW cor Sixteenth and Clay 

Broderick Patrick, laborer, res 813 Filbert 

Brodt A. W., teacher, res W s Curtis nr Twenty-first 

Brogan Michael, stableman Fashion Livery Stable 

Brogan Thomas, laborer, res SE cor Lewis and Third 

Bromley Charles, clerk with Gosso & May, res 765 Jackson 

Bromley J. L., res 361 Fifth 

Bromley Thomas L., student University, res 361 Fifth 

Bromley William L., student University, res 361 Fifth 

Bromley William P., captain stmr Transit, res NE cor 6th 

av and East Tenth 
Bronson Fred. E., student University, res W s Chester nr 

Telegraph av 
Bronson Russell, res 369 Fifth 
Broodway John (Chilton & Broodway), res SE cor East 

Twelfth and 11th av 
Brook Harry, clerk, res S s'Caledonia av nr Grove 
BROOKLYN AND FRUIT VALE R. R. CO., E. C. Ses- 
sions president, E. A. Heron secretary and treasurer, 
J. V. Webster superintendent, office 462 Eighth 
BROOKLYN BREWERY, Welcher & Westerman pro- 
prietors, SW cor 18th av and East Fourteenth 
BROOKLYN DINING ROOM, William H. Emerson pro- 
prietor, NE cor East Eleventh and 13th av 
BROOKLYN ENGINE CO. No. 1., 706 East Twelfth 
Brooklyn Lumber Yard, James Larue proprietor, cor 14th 

av and East Eleventh 
Brooklyn Manufacturing Co., Northey&McGrath proprietors, 

801-803 East Eleventh 
BROOKYN PLANING MILL, Power & Ough proprietors, 

cor East Fourteenth and 14th av 
BROOKLYN TANNERY, G. F. Crist proprietor, NW cor 

Slst av and East Twelfth 
BROOKLYN VEDETTE, George W. Barter editor and 

publisher, NE cor 13th av and East Fourteenth 
Brooks Frank, deputy recorder, res 713 Tenth 
Brooks James M., cigars and tobacco, 851 Broadway, res 

Cosmopolitan House 
Brooks L. M., clerk, res Grand Central Hotel 
Brooks W. E., dentist with Lefevre & Beeves, res Central 

Block 
Brooks — , carpenter, res W s Campbell nr Eighth, W O 
Brother Frank, coachman, 754 Eighth 
Brothers Carrie B., res 171 Third 
Brothers Tilly, res 171 Third 



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Brough C. A. Mrs., res 768 Twelfth 

Brousaou Simon, res W s Webster nr Twenty-third 

Brower A. B., baker with N. Williams, res Franklin bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Brown Abraham C, capitalist, res cor Telegraph av and 

Brown 
BROWN ABRAHAM C. Jr. (Brown Bros.), res cor Tele- 
graph av and Brown 
Brown Adeline Mrs., res S s Twelfth nr Center, W O 
Brown Agnes Mrs., res NW cor Curtis and Twentieth 
Brown Arthur, superintendent B and B construction CPK 

R, res 1031 Filbert 
BROWN BROS. (Fred. T., Abraham C. jr. and George T. 

Brown) groceries, provisions and general merchandise, 

NW cor Telegraph av and Brown 
Brown Bowman Rev., res 869 Washington 
Brown Brice, gardener, res W s Union nr Twenty. eighth 
Brown Charles, bookkeeper with Welcher & Westerman, res 

SW cor 18th av and East Fourteenth 
Brown Charles L., student University 
Brown Christopher, stableman with James Brown, res 

Golden Star Hotel 
Brown Dudley C, tailor with S. Francis, res 510 Fifth 
Brown E. C, carver Oakland Planing Mill, res Eland House 
Brown Ed. A., salesman with L. P. Berger, 557 Clay 
Brown Elam C., student University 
Brown Elisha S., res 510 Fifth 

Brown Ellen, domestic, res N s Fifteenth nr Market 
Brown Eugene E., student University 
Brown Ferdinand, saloon, res 815 Franklin 
Brown Francis, laborer W. D. Co., res Fifth bet Center and 

Chester, W O 
Brown Francis A., carpenter, res 806 East Twelfth 
BROWN FRED. T. (Brown Bros.) res cor Telegraph av 

and Brown 
Brown George, res East Thirty-fourth nr 14th av, Lynn 
Brown George H., tinsmith with O. C. Kirk, res 315 East 

Twelfth 
BROWN GEORGE T. (Brown Bros.) res cor Telegraph av 

and Brown 
Brown G. R. A., wharfmaster, res 1015 6th av, E O 
Brown Harvey S., atty-at-law, res 940 Filbert 
Brown Henry, carpenter, res E s Henry nr Fifth 
Brown Hugo, waiter, res S s Twelfth nr Center, W O 
Brown J., laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Brown James, laborer W D Co 

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BROWN JAMES, propr Belmont Livery and Sale Stable, 

804-808 Broadway, res 416 Fifth 
Brown James B., hotelkeeper, res 509 Eighth 
Brown J. L., res Grand Central Hotel 
Brown John, laborer, res W s 17th av bet East Twelfth and 

East Fourteenth 
Brown John, laborer W D Co 
Brown John A., porter S F Post Office, res S s Third bet 

Center and Chester 
Brown John F., res cor 13th av and East Thirty-second, Lynn 
Brown John F., printer, res NE cor East Tenth and 8th av 
Brown John Q., student University 
Brown Joseph, cigars and tobacco, store and res 670 East 

Eleventh 
Brown K. S., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Brown Lewis W., student University 
Brown Maria, widow, ladies' nurse, res 655 Madison 
Brown Mary B., res NW cor Fourteenth and Oak 
Brown O. D., conductor C P B E, res 714 Filbert 
Brown R. G., res W s Jackson bet Seventeenth and Durant 
BROWN S. A., propr Dexter Livery Stables, NE cor Har- 
rison and Twelfth 
Brown Susan Mrs., res W s Union nr Twenty-eighth 
Brown Thomas H. lather, res S s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 
Brown Walter C, res NW cor Fourteenth and Oak 
Brown W. H., clerk U S Quartermaster (S F) res SW cor 

Thirteenth and Willow, W O 
Brown William C, patternmaker, res N s Third bet Chest- 
nut and Adeline 
Brown William C, clerk C P R R, res Grand Western Hotel 
Brown William F., watchmaker and jeweler, 867 Broadway, 
res NE cor Eighth and Webster 

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Brown William H., paper hanger with C. L. Taylor, res 

14th av. EO 
Brown Winsor L., student University 
Brown W. O., with W D Co, res Grand Western Hotel 
Brown W. Q., clerk CPEE, res E s Filbert nr West Tenth 
Browne Eva L. Miss, student University 
Browne Henry E., bookkeeper with Burner & Young, res 

316 Tenth 
Browne J. Ross Mrs., res Pagoda Hill, Temescal 
Browne Spencer C, stock broker (S F) res Pagoda Hill, 

Temescal 
Browne William, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co. (S F) 

res S s Fifth bet Myrtle and Filbert 
BROWNING BENJAMIN, agent Victor Sewing Machine, 

466 Twelfth 
Brozer Lena, domestic, 613 Tenth 

Bruce A., tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res S s Thir- 
teenth nr Washington 
Bruce George, steward The Centennial 
Bruce Henry, shipwright W D Co, res N s Atlantic bet Pine 

and Cedar, W O 
Bruguiere John, saddler, res 571 Twelfth 
Bruguiere L. G., mining, res 571 Twelfth 
Bruhns William, tanner with G. F. Crist, res cor 22d av and 

East Twelfth 
Brun Patrick, fireman C P RE, res Railroad Exchange, W O 
Brunei- — , res 460 Fifth 

Brunges Frederick, groceries, res 563 East Fifteenth 
Bruning Annie Mrs., res E s Lewis bet Fifth and Seventh 
Bruning Bros, (H. F. and J. H. Bruning) confectioners, 833 

Broadway 
Bruning Henry F. (Bruning Bros.) res 833 Broadway 
Bruning John H. (Bruning Bros.) res 833 Broadway 
BRUNJE JOHN A. (Helmke & Brunje) res NW cor Twen- 
ty-first and Broadway 
BRUNJES FREDERICK (H. Turn Suden & Co.) res East 

Fifteenth bet 11th and 12th avs 
Bruzoni Francisco, gardener, res cor Thirteenth and Wood 

WO 
Bry Frederick, clerk with E. F. Kohler, res 854 Chester, W O 
Bryan Archie C, carpenter, res W s Henry bet West Fifth 

and Seventh 
Bryan John, laborer W D Co 
Bryant A. S., lumber, res 663 Third 
Bryant Daniel S., merchant (S F) res NW cor Telegraph av 

and Sycamore 



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Bryant Eleanor F. Miss, student University 
Bryant Emma G. Miss, student University 
Bryant Fred, jailor, res County Court House, rear 
Bryant George, teamster, res W s 6th av bet East Seven- 
teenth and East Eighteenth 
Bryant Octavia Mrs., res 216 Eighth 
Bryant R. M., carpenter and boarding house, cor Chapel 

and Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Bryant William M., wood dealer, res 710 Brush 
Brydges H. W., brakeman CPKR, res Union Hotel, E ,0 
Bryen John, laborer, res S s Twelfth nr Kirkham, W O 
Bryson James, boiler maker, res Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W O 
Bryson John, laborer W. D. Co 
Bryson Peter, teamster with W. Laidlaw, res Brush bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Bryson W., ticket collector C P R R steamers, res 461 Ninth 
Buchanan Alexander, fireman C P R R, res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel, W O 
Buchanan Augustus N., student University 
Buchanan James, mining, res SW cor Caledonia and Tele- 
graph av 
Buchanan P. G. Rev., res W s Chapel nr University av, 

Berkeley 
Buck A. D., carpenter, res Railroad Exchange Hotel, W O 
Buck C. P. H., commercial agent, res S s Logan nr Grove 
Buck Elmer, apprentice with A. Gemmell 
Buck Ephraim W, physician and surgeon, res 1011 Webster 
Buck Joshua S., engineer, res E s 10th av bet East Four- 
teenth and East Fifteenth 
Buckelew J. B. Mrs., res N s Brown nr West 
Buckhout A. H., bricklayer, res NW cor Sixteenth and Jef- 
ferson 
Buckhout Emily L. Miss, student University 
Buckius Valentine, res W s Brush nr Seventeenth 
Buckley H. F., farmer, res 1168 Eighth av, E O 
Buckley Mary S., Cook, N sMerrimac nr Telegraph av 
Buckner Mary, domestic, 963 Clay 
Buddemer Louis H., gasfitter, res 673 Tenth 
Buehren Augustus H., watch maker and jeweler, 1005 Broad- 
way, res 8th av bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth, E O 
Buehren Mary E. Miss, milliner, 1005 Broadway, res 8th 

av bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth, E O 
Buehren William Rev., pastor First German Presbyterian 
Church, res W T s Eighth bet Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth, E O 



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Buel D. E., mining, res 918 Filbert 

Buel Harriet, widow, res 363 East Twelfth 

Buel Harriet E. Miss, teacher Swett School, res East Twelfth 
bet 7th and 8th avs 

Buelna Anicito, res 830 East Twelfth 

BUFFETT CHARLES C. (Durham & Buffett) res 19 Tay- 
lor (S F) 

Buford — , carpenter, res S s Thirteenth nr Broadway 

Bugbee Charles L., (S. C. Bugbee & Son, S F) res N s Fif- 
teenth bet San Pablo av and Clay 

Bugbee George E., sampler U S appraisers store (S F) res 
E s Wood bet Taylor and Chase, W O 

Bugbee S. W. (Torrey & Bugbee) res 641 Harrison (S F) 

Buggy Thomas, laborer W D Co 

BUHSEN DIEDRICH, groceries, wines, liquors and crock- 
ery, 1801 Railroad av, res 1802 Willow 

Buhsen N. D., clerk with D. Buhsen, res SW cor Bailroad 
av and Pine, W O 

Bulkley K. A. Mrs., res E s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Bullard — , broker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Bullock John C, tinsmith, res S s Goss bet Pine and Cedar, 
WO 

Bullock William, tinsmith with J. C. Bullock, res S s Goss 
bet Pine and Cedar, W O 

Bumbaugh Albert, painter, res 729 Eighth 

Bumbaugh Charles M., painter, res 729 Eighth 

Bumbaugh Edwin, painter, res 729 Eighth 

Bunce H. A., carpenter and builder, cor Bristol and Second, 
WB 

BUNDOCK & BRO (Henry and Samuel Bundock) proprie- 
tors East Oakland Stoneware Pottery, cor 18th av and 
East Twelfth 

BUNDOCK HENRY (Bundock & Bro) res cor 13th av and 
East Thirty-third, Lynn 

BUNDOCK SAMUEL (Bundock & Bro) res cor 18th av and 
East Twelfth 

Bundy William, brakeman CPEE 

Bunker I., wines and liquors, S s Railroad av bet Pine and 
Cedar 

Bunn Edward, engineer C P R R, res Baxter House ' 

Bunnell E. F., dentist, res Fruit Vale av 

Bunnell George W., A.M., professor Greek and Literature, 
University 

Bunton James, laborer W D Co, res Taylor nr the Bay 

Burbank George, bookkeeper, res Alta House 



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Burbank Lester, shoemaker, res 1097 Third 
Burchard John L., Indian agent, res 1161 Franklin 
Burcher Robert, teamster with Samuel Heywood, res cor 

Fifth and Folsom, W B 
Burell A. "W., carpenter, res 318 Third 
Burge Frank J., res W s 6th av bet East Fifteenth and East 

Sixteenth 
Burgelin Louis (Vogelsanger & Burgelin) res S s Fourteenth 

nr Kirkhani, W O 
Burgermier Anton, laborer with Kunkel Bros 
Burges B. F., marker Contra Costa Laundry 
Burgess J. C, carpenter, res 701 Washington 
Burgiss Robert M. , furniture, 717 Broadway, res 514 Fourth 
Burhans, W. S., capitalist, res 955 Fifth av E O 
Burk Hannah, domestic, S s Nineteenth nr Telegraph av 
Burk John, plasterer, res W s Center nr Tenth av, W O 
Burk P. F., laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-second 
Burk Thomas, laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 
Burk William, laborer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel, W O 
Burke Edward, horsetrainer Oakland Trotting Park 
Burke Francis G., broker, res W s Linden bet Eighth and 

Tenth 
Burke Frank, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Burke John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Burke Thomas, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Burke W. C, student University of California 
Burke William jr., painter, res cor Wood and Lincoln, W O 
Burke — , mechanic, res West End Hotel 
Burkhart Frederick, switchman C P R R, res E s Lewis bet 

Third and Fifth 
Burkhart Frederica Mrs., furnished rooms, 462 Sixth 
BURLESON C. M. (Mather, Milbury & Co.) res 955 Jack- 
son 
Burley Dudley, laborer W D Co. 

Burlingame Lyman S., sash and doormaker Brooklyn Plan- 
ing Mill, res 767 East Twelfth 
Burlson Kate, domestic, S s Goss nr Wood, W O 
Burmaster John, teamster with Weston & Welch 
Burnell James H., brewer, res 1061 Grove 
Burner & Young (J. D. Burner and Lewis Young) brick 

contractors and dealers in brick, foot of Franklin 
Burner John D. (Burner & Young) res W s Filbert nr Twen- 
ty-sixth 
BURNHAM O. H. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) res 1017 
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BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO. (O. H. Burnham, D. 
W. Standeford and W. N. Miller) proprs Oakland Plan- 
ing Mill, NW cor Washington and First 
Burnham William S., clerk with W. S. Wilkinson, res cor 

Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
'Burns Aaron, stock broker (S F) res 1014 Twelfth 
gurns A. M., harbor commissioner (S F) res cor University 

av and Pryals lane, Berkeley, 
Burns B., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Burns Charles F., conductor C P RE, res E s Henry bet 

Seventh and Eighth, W O 
Burns George W., capitalist, res cor Twelfth and Washing- 
ton 
Burns H. R., porter C P R R 
Burns James, car cleaner C P R R 

Burns James, laborer, res S s East Twentieth bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth avs 
Burns John, blacksmith with King & Williams, res Frank- 
lin bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Burns John, cook Union Hotel, E O 
Burns Sylvester barber (S F) res 805 Brush 
Burns Thomas, laborer with Palmer & Cole 
BURNS THOMAS R., news and stationery stand, SW cor 
Seventh and Broadway, res W s Valley bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth 
BURNS, WHITMAN & GARDINER (Wm. S. Burns, Wm. 
W. Whitman and James T. Gardiner) groceries and 
crockery, 1001 Broadway 
BURNS WILLIAM S. (Burns, Whitman & Gardiner) res 

E s Webster nr Fourteenth 
Burns — , res 220 Fifth 
Burpee L. J. Mrs., dressmaker, res S s Twenty-first bet 

Broadway and Telegraph av 
Burpee S. A., deputy Township Assessor, Court House 
Burrage Charles D., student University 
BURRELL ALFRED W., president Cal. Bridge and Build- 
ing Co, res Telegraph av nr Plymouth av 
Burrell A. W., special policeman, res N s Third bet Web- 
ster and Harrison 
Burrell Henry H., expressman, cor Eleventh and Broadway, 

res junction Market and San Pablo av 
Burris John F., teacher Calif ornia Military Academy 
Burroughs S. E., apothecary with J. W. Tucker, res Wilcox 

Block 
Burson — Mrs., seamstress, res 461 Ninth 
Burt Adelia Mrs., res N s Elm nr San Pablo av 



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Burtchaell George T., plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 

Stewart's Hotel 
Burtsell John M., broker (S F) res 912 Filbert 
Bush Alexander, laborer CPRK, res Railroad Exchange 

WO 
Bush David, carpenter, res 460 Fifth 
Bush Edward, carpenter, res N s Elm nr Grove 
Bush Stephen, Berkeley Planing Mill and res cor Second and 

Bristol, W B 
Bush — Mrs., res S s Twenty-eighth nr West 
Bushell Edward A., signpainter, 472 Twelfth, res 462 Twelfth 
Bushell Edward Mrs., furnished rooms, 462 Twelfth 
Busse C. C, barber with Classen & Trost, res 834 Clay 
Buswell Elbridge G., bookkeeper with Farwell & Garrigan, 

res SW cor Washington and Eleuenth 
Bute Peter, oysterman with N. Williams, res Barker House 
Butler & Bowman (John S. Butler and Isaac H. Bowman) 

job and book printers, 568 Ninth 
Butler C. C. Mrs., res N s Seventeenth opp Jefferson 
Butler James, smoother Contra Costa Laundry, cor Four- 
teenth and Peralta, W O 
Butler James H., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, cor Forty- 
second and Telegraph av 
Butler J. H., sawyer, res Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
Butler John S. (Butler & Bowman) res 830 Myrtle bet Fifth 

and Seventh 
Butler Joseph L., painter, res Union Hotel, E O 
Butler P. B., laborer, res Union Hotel, E O 
BUTTERFIELD A. J. (Tinkham & Butterfield) res NW cor 

Grove and Thirteenth 
Butterfield Edgar, clerk CPKE, res 260 Eighth 
Butters Charles, student and telegraph operator University 
Button F. L., assistant instructor mathematics University of 

California, Berkeley 
Button Orando, foreman Pioneer Planing Mills, res 670 

Second 
BUTZ PHILIP, wines and liquors, 850 Franklin 
Buzzo T. W., miner, res 259 Twelfth 
Bynon A. A., agent Johnson's Cyclopedia, res NE cor 10th 

av and East Tenth 
Byrne Charles A., res 1061 Grove 
Byrne James W., student University 
Byrne Peter, atty-at-law, res 963 Railroad av 
Byrne Mohn, laborer C P R R, res 773 Sixth 
Byrns John B., engineer C P R R, res E s Lewis bet Third 

and Fifth 



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Cabrera Juan, laborer, res E s Telegraph av, North. Temescal 
CADOGAN J. J. (Cadogan, Smith & Co.) res 733 Linden 
Cadogan Patrick, clerk with Cadogan, Smith & Co., res 733 

Linden 
CADOGAN, SMITH & CO. (J. J. Cadogan, W. H. Smith 

and Gilbert Clements), groceries, crockery, wines, 

liquors, etc., SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Cady Edward, bricklayer, res 461 Sixth 
Cady "William J., butcher with J. F. Smith, res W s Brush 

nr Seventeenth 
Caffery John, plumber with John Spencer, res Tenth bet 

Broadway and Franklin 
Caflesh Leonard, pastry cook with R. Pfister, res 1054 

Broadway 
Cahal John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Cahill John, plumber with John Spencer, res West nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Cahill Leander, res 817 Market 
Cahill P., waiter Tubb's Hotel 
Cahill Ruth Mrs., physician, res 817 Market 
CAHN PHILIP P., wines and liquors, saloon and res 462 

Sixth 
Cain Dennis, laborer, res 612 Fifth 

Caine James E., carpenter, res W s Brush nr Seventeenth 
Caine Lizzie, domestic, 760 Tenth 

Caldwell Albert, mining superintendent, res 367 East Twelfth 
Caldwell Edwin, mining, res 367 East Twelfth 
Caldwell John,* res Stewart's Hotel 
Caldwell R. E., brakeman C P R R Co 
Caley Viola, housekeeper, N s Twelfth nr West 
Calhoun Robert, proprietor Overland Oyster House, NW 

cor First and Webster 
CALIFORNIA. BRIDGE AND BUILDING CO, Frank E. 

Cotton superintendent, office SW cor Second and Grove 
California Cracker Co., G. P. Anderson agent, 409 Fourth 
CALIFORNIA FIRE AND WATER PROOF PAINT 

CO., Mack Webber president, A. B. Cummins secretary, 

T. R. Posey manager, 956 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY, David McClure 

principal, NE cor Prospect and Telegraph avs 
CALD70RNIA POTTERY AND TERRE COTTA 

WORKS, Miller k Winsor proprietors, cor East Twelfth 

and Park 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 125 

CALIFORNIA SALOON, William Kohler proprietor, 832 

Broadway 
Calkin Everell F., clerk with W. B. Hardy, res S s Durant 

bet Franklin and Webster 
Call Frank, harnessmaker with F. A. Marsten, res 357 

Eighth 
Call Jonas, capitalist, res 955 Fifth av, E O 
Call Mattie C. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

Mansion House 
Callaghan Con., driver with Palmer & Cole 
Callaghan Jeremiah, plasterer, res 321 Sixth 
Callaghan John, laborer, res cor Myrtle and Third 
Callaghan Maria Mrs., res 704 Franklin 
Callaghan Patrick, blacksmith, res Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W O 
Callaghan Patrick, flagman C P R R, res SE cor Alice and 

Third 
Callahan Bridget, domestic Blake House 
Callahan John, laborer, res W s Myrtle bet Second and Third 
Callahan Martin, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Brush 
Callahan Thomas, carpenter, res E s West nr Twenty -second 
Callany Edward, lather, res cor Second and University, W B 
Callen Ann, domestic, E s Adeline nr San Pablo av 
Calnan Jane, saloon, S s Thirteenth nr Kirkham, W O 
Calvat Placide, cook with J. Marquis, res 461 Ninth 
Camden Charles, mining, res 814 Tenth 
Cameron Duncan, real estate, res 661 East Twelfth 
Camilloni & Co. (G. Camilloni and A. Selna) fish, 11 City 

IVIarket 
CamiUoni G. (Camilloni & Co.) res 235 Vallejo (S F) 
Cammel Charles, machinist C P R R, res Railroad Ex- 
change, W O 
Cammett C. W., carpenter C P R R, res W O 
Camp W. C, dial painter Cal Watch Co, res cor Delaware 

and Seventh, W B . 
Campbell & Carrigan (E. H. Campbell and M. Carrigan) 

wines and liquors, 461 Seventh 
Campbell & Spiars (A. Campbell and Frank Spiars) oyster 

and chop house, 19-23 City Market * 
Campbell A. (Campbell & Spiars) res NE cor Eleventh and 

Broadway 
Campbell A. B., foreman City Hall Livery Stable, res N s 

Fourteenth nr Clay 
Campbell A. L., carpenter, res Stewarts Hotel 
Campbell Alexander, atty-at-law, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Seventeenth 

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Campbell Alexander, atty-at.law, res Grand Central Hotel 
Campbell Alexander, real estate, res N s Caledonia av nr 

Grove 
Campbell Alex. J., student University 

Campbell Andrew, res E s "Webster bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 
Campbell Andrew, foreman with J. Lusk & Co., res cor 

Evoy av and Lusk 
Campbell B. J., clerk with N. Gallagher, res NE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Telegraph av 
Campbell Colin, atty-at-law, res W s Telegraph av nr Sev- 
enteenth 
Campbell Daniel, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Washington Hotel 
Campbell Edward, laborer, res S s Bay pi nr Broadway 
Campbell Edward, saloon, res 836 Clay 
Campbell Ed. H. (Campbell & Carrigan) 461 Seventh 
Campbell Edward M., clerk postoffice, res 358 Seventh 
CAMPBELL F. M., city superintendent public schools, 

room 2, City Hall, res NW cor Fifth and Market 
Campbell Harvey, carpenter, NW cor Castro and First 
Campbell H. C, atty-at-law, res W s Harrison bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Campbell James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Campbell James D., carpenter, res SE cor Fifth and Linden 
Campbell John, laborer Oakland Gaslight Co, res Twenty- 
sixth nr Broadway 
Campbell John, foreman mason CPRR, res Goss nr Pine, 

WO 
Campbell K. A. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res NE cor 

Webster and Seventeenth 
Campbell Martin, res Goss nr Pine, W O 
Campbell Mary, domestic Blake House 
Campbell M. M., brakeman CPRE, res Grand Western 

Hotel, W O 
Campbell Moses, laborer C P R R, res Goss nr Pine, W O 
Campbell Norman, carpenter, res 732 Linden 
Campbell Peter, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
Campbell Bodger, laborer, res Thirtieth nr San Pablo av 
Campbell Thomas, laborer C P B E, res Goss nr Pine, W O 
Campbell Thomas C, plasterer, res N s Twelfth nr Center, 

WO 
Campbell W. S., capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 
Campton George, carpenter, res Central Pacific Railroad 

House, W O 
Camron William W., capitalist, res 1218 Oak 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 127 

Canary John, res 319 Fifth 

Canavan Peter, painter, res nr junction Campbell and Per- 

alta, W O 
Cane George, laborer, res E s San Pablo av nr Brown 
Canfield L. Mrs., res Grand Central Hotel 
Canfield R. B., mining engineer, res Grand Central Hotel 
Canning James, capitalist, res 463 Thirteenth 
Canning James, plasterer, res W s Wood nr Lincoln, W O 
Canning's Block, SW cor Thirteenth and Broadway- 
Cannon Annie, domestic, SW cor Sixteenth and Grove 
Cannon Edward M., solicitor Victor Sewing Machine (S F) 

res Railroad rv nr Union 
Cannon Thomas, plumber with J. A. C. Macdonald, res 676 

Fifth 
Cannon — , res N s East Fourteenth nr Twenty-seventh av 
Cantin J. P., stockbroker, res 919 Adeline, W O 
Canty W. S., watchman W. D. Co 

Cantz Charles, laborer, res W s Telegraph av nr Hobert 
Capbell John, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 

av and Lusk 
Capell James R., bookkeeper with Reilay & Bradway, res 

1171 Eighth av, E O 
Capell William R., joiner Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 1171 

Eighth av, E O 
CAPITAL SALOON, Herman Drucker proprietor, 1055 

Thirteenth av, E O 
Caplice Mary, domestic, 124 Eleventh 
Carbury Thomas, laborer C P R R, res Oakland Wharf 
Card William M,, farmer, res Bay nr Broadway 
Card — , expressman, res Alta House 
Carden William C, carpenter, res S s Third nr Magnolia 
Care Martin T., tailor with J. Carter, res 559 Seventh 
Carey Calvin, carpenter, res 856 Clay 
Carey Clarence A., laborer, res S s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Carey George, carrier News, res S s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Carey John, gardener, res E s 13th av bet E Seventeenth 

and East Eighteenth 
Carey M. A., carrier with H. C. Hollub, 855 Broadway 
Carey Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Carey William, laborer, res 601 Franklin 
CARL & CO. (Charles Carl and O. Lincoln) real estate and 

stock brokers, 922 Broadway 
CARL CHARLES (Carl & Co.) 922 Broadway 
Carlan Patrick, laborer, res Mechanic's Hotel 

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128 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Carleton A. B., teamster, res N s Seward nr Wood, W O 

Carleton C. A., hack driver, res 269 Ninth 

Carleton George H., police officer, City Hall, res SW cor 
Twelfth and Washington 

Carleton Henry E., farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temes- 
cal Creek 

Carleton John A., sawyer, res N s Seward nr Wood, W O 

Carley G. H. Mrs., res 856 Clay 

Carlisle Daniel, contractor and builder, res 363 Ninth 

Carlson Conrad, laborer, res E s College av nr Asylum, 
Berkeley 

Carlton Charles, hackman with Newland and Pumyea, res 
462 Seventh 

Carlton George, police officer, res Blake House 

Carlton Horace P., principal Durant School, res The Cen- 
tennial House 

Carlyle Samuel, bricklayer, res French Hotel, W B 

Carmady Mary Mrs., res 570 Sixth 

Carman Frank D., carpenter CPE B, res cor Cedar and 
Goss W O 

CARMICHAEL & NIXON (C. Carmichael and Bobert B. 
Nixon) contractors and builders, N s Twelfth bet Frank- 
lin and Webster 

CARMICHAEL CHARLES (Carmichael & Nixon) res Pa- 
cific House 

Carnall Nathan C, student University 

Carnall Sallie Miss, student University 

Carnell Henry, res 410 Tenth 

Carney Jeremiah, barkeeper Winthrop House, res 409 
Seventh 

Caro Charles, salesman with A. Lippmann, res 519 Jessie 
(SF) 

Caro Samuel, cigars and tobacco, res 823 Filbert 

Carothers J. T., collector Oakland Ferry (S F) res W s Ches- 
ter nr Fifth 

Carpenter Charles, bookkeeper, res 659 Franklin 

Carpenter M. A. Mrs., res 916 Eighth 

Carpenter William C, steward, res S s Twenty-first bet 
Broadway and Telegraph av 

CARPENTER WILLIAM H. JR., proprietor Contra Costa 
Livery and Sale Stable, foot Broadway 

Carpentier H. W., atty-at-law (S F) res 254 Third 

Carr Laurence, carpenter, res 219 Tenth 

Carr L. M. Miss, domestic, 760 Eleventh 

Carr Michael, boilermaker, res NW cor 16th av 'and East 
Twelfth 



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J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot 469 Ninth 



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Carrick D. S. (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res NE cor 12th av 
and East Fifteenth 

Carrick J. W., capitalist, res 753 Eighth 

Carrigan Ann, domestic, W s 4th av bet East Sixteenth and 
East Seventeenth 

Carrigan Michael (Campbell & Carrigan) res SW cor Wash- 
ington and Eighth 

Carrigan William, deckhand stmr El Capitan, res S s East 
Sixteenth bet 5th and 6th avs 

Carrique E. T., agent State Investment and Insurance Co, 
462 Eighth, res NW cor Washington and Ninth 

Carroll Ann, domestic, Lake N end Madison 

Carroll Annie, res 834 Clay 

Carroll George, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res Oak- 
land House 

Carroll George W., machinist CPRE, res S s William bet 
Wood and Willow 

Carroll Henry W., student University 

Carroll John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Carroll Martin, laborer, res W s Center bet Sixth and Seventh 

Carroll Patrick, laborer, res N s West Fifth bet Filbert and 
Linden 

Carroll Richard W., hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Carroll Wesley, res Fruit Vale av 

Carruthers William, fireman Oakland Gas Co, res Overland 
House 

Carswell John D., res 1065 Fifth av, E O 

Carter Alfred T., clerk with It. G. Huston, res cor Univer- 
sity Grounds and Humboldt av, Berkeley 

Carter Benjamin H., canvasser, res S s Golden Gate av nr 
Elm 

Carter Bernard, pastry cook Grand Central Hotel 

Carter C. W. Mrs. f res Knox House 

Carter Ethern I., hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Carter George, fireman Overland Mills, res Overland House 

Carter James A., carpenter, res 957 Franklin 

Carter John, tailor, 466 Eighth, res W s Linden nr Eight- 
eenth 

Carter John, atty-at-law (S F) res SE cor Ninth and Clay 

Carter Mary, waiter Mechanics' Hotel 

Carter Thomas, tailor with J. Carter, 466 Eighth 

Carter William N., blacksmith and res junction Magnolia 
and Peralta 

Carteron Edward, patternmaker, res 620 Fifth 

Cartright A. D., res 771 Fourteenth 

Cary F. M., painter with J. E. Howe, res 466 Third 



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130 OAKLAND [ (] ] DIRECTORY. 

Cary James, laborer, res Fourteenth nr East Thirty-fourth 

Cary L. H., physician, res 916 Eighth 

Casassa Andrew, clerk with Eaffo Bros., res 671 Broadway 

Casavan Alphonse, teamster with Beniillard Bros. 

Case Annie, domestic, W s Chester nr Ninth, W O 

Case Charles, bookkeeper, res E s Broadway bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 

Case Elijah, president Great Eastern Con G & S M & M Co, 
res E s Broadway bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Case Isham, res W s Twelfth av bet East Fifteenth and East 
Sixteenth 

Casey Jeremiah, harnessmaker, res 727 Fifth 

Casey John, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

Casey John, blacksmith with Michael Casey, res SW cor 
Telegraph av and Twenty-first 

CASEY MICHAEL, horseshoer and farrier, 408 Seventh, 
res SW cor Telegraph av and Twenty-first 

Casey Thomas C, contractor, res SE cor Durant and Bdwy 

Casey W. J., porter Grand Central Hotel 

Cashman Michael, farmer, res E s Daney nr University av, 
Berkeley 

Caspard Jacob, res 577 Second 

Cass — , painter, res 669 Webster 

Cassedy James, boarding, W s San Pablo av, North Temescal 

Casses. Joseph, res Overland House 

Cassidy & Lough (Edward Cassidy and Harry Lough) 
butchers, 800 Broadway 

Cassidy Edward (Cassidy & Lough) res SE cor Broadway 
and Fourth 

Cassidy Bernard, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 
av and Lusk 

Cassidy John, waiter Grand Central Hotel. 

Castera Adele Mrs., res N s Fourth bet Grove and Castro 

Castello A. E., atty-at-law, 828 Broadway 

Castello G. Mrs., res 408 Seventh 

Castello James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Castle Andrew, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Castro B. Mrs., res 310 Seventh 

Castro Frank, laborer with Taylor & Co., res NE cor Twen- 
ty-eighth and Grove 

Castro Frances, laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 

Castro Lena, domestic, 963 Clay 

Castro Luis, county surveyor, County Court House, room 4, 
res San Leandro 

Caswell C. C., clerk with S. A. Perry & Co., res 843 Broad- 
way 



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Caswell Mason P. (Maloon<fc Caswell) res S s Twenty-second 
nr Market 

Cather John, watchman Mills' Seminary 

Cather J. P. J., accountant, res E s Telegraph av bet Twen- 
ty-third and Twenty -fourth 

Cather Sarah, widow, res E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth 

Catlin Brant T., clerk naval office Custom House (S F) res 
W s Linden nr Eighth 

Cattaneo Giuseppe, restaurant and garden, W s Tele- 
graph av nr Temescal Creek 

Cattell J. E., res S s Third nr Henry 

Catton Fred. E., cashier (S F) res E s Poplar bet Tenth 
and Twelfth, West Oakland 

Caulfrod John, res Fourteenth av nr East Nineteenth 

CAVAGNARO F. (Clivio k Cavagnaro) res E s Broadway 
bet Third and Fourth 

Cavanah Edward, laborer, res 960 Castro 

Cavanaugh Martin, laborer, res N s Twenty-seventh nr West 

Cavanaugh Martin, gardener, W s Telegraph av nr Charter 

Cavanaugh Martin L., carpenter, res cor Birch and Napa, 
Temescal 

Cavasso Isidpre, collector, res 5 Locust 

Cavell H., Red Star Tea Store, 465 Sixth, res NE cor Four- 
teenth and Clay 

Cavell Sarah, ladies' employment office, res NE cor Four- 
teenth and Clay 

Caverly John, cashier Grand Central Hotel 

Caverly Orin, shoemaker, res S s East Thirty-second nr 13th 
av, Lynn 

Caverly Orin E., clerk with Steere & Colby, res N s East 
Fifteenth bet 12th and 13th avs 

Cavero Joseph, groceries, store and res SE cor Myrtle and 
Third 

Cawlan Thomas, boilermaker W D Co, res Charter Oak 
Hotel, W O 

Ceasor Samuel, laborer, res 702 Brush 

Cecil S. W., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, res 960 Clay 

CENTENNIAL M. E. CHURCH, J. H. Wythe Jr., pastor, 
W s Campbell nr Taylor, W O 

CENTENNIAL (THE), William R. Bentley propr, NE cor 
Fourteenth and Cary 

CENTRAL BLOCK, SE cor Twelfth and Broadway 

CENTRAL HOUSE, James O'Connell propr, 415 Seventh 

Central Land Co. (The) C. T. H. Palmer president, F. B. 
Haswell secretary, 954 Broadway 



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132 OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 

Central Pacific House, Edward F. K. Keid propr, NE cor 

Eleventh and Webster 
Central Pacific Eailroad House, F. Leonhard propr, NE cor 

Bay and William, W O 
CENTRAL SALOON, Charles G. Wirth propr, 321 East 

Twelfth 
Cerf Aaron, merchant, res 263 Fourth 

Cerini Frank, junk (SF) resNW cor Twenty-sixth and Market 
Chabot A., president Contra Costa Water Co., res Tubbs 

Hotel 
Chabot Bemi, superintendent Contra Costa Water Co., res 

277 Eighth 
Chadman Joseph, miller (S F) res N s Temescal Creek nr 

Chalfant John E., res 981 5th av, E O 

Chalmers Kobert, teacher, res Vermont nr Telegraph av 

Chamberlain E. W., foreman Oakland Planing Mills, W s 

Center nr Seventh 
Chamberlain John, clerk, res N s East Sixteenth bet 6th and 

7th avs 
Chamberlain Philo B., secretary Dredging Co., res N s 

Sycamore nr Grove 
Chamberlain Silas, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res W s 

Broadway nr Twentieth 
Chamberlain William H., student University, res 411 

Twelfth 
Chamberlin Alfred M., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res 960 Clay 
Chamberlin Ransom, res S s Bancroft way nr Humboldt av, 

Berkeley 
Chamberlin Robert, laborer W. D. Co. 
Chamberlin William, with Oakland Furniture Warerooms, 

res 610 Fourteenth 
Chambers & Constable (John H. Chambers and William 

Constable) Star Bakery, NE cor Twenty-fourth and Tel- 
egraph av 
Chambers Frederick, tinsmith with 0. C. Kirk, res 315 East 

Twelfth 
CHAMBERS GEORGE (Gladding, McBean & Co) res Chi- 
cago 
Chambers John H. (Chambers & Constable) res NE cor 

Twenty-fourth and Telegraph av 
Champion A. D. A., res 312 Tenth 
Champlin Samuel A., housemover, res Twenty-second nr 

Market 
Chanaron H., barber with E. Mosca, res 571 Fifth 



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OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 133 

Chance John, fireman CPRK, res Railroad Exchange, W O 

Chandler Simeon, res cor Telegraph av and Thirty-ninth 

Chandler S. M. Mrs., res W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Chantereau E., capitalist, res 816 Washington 

Chapfield James, carpenter, res 418 Third 

Chapin C. A., stockbroker, res 763 Eighth 

Chapin J. B., tinsmith, res Stewart's Hotel 

Chapin Samuel A. jr., student University 

Chapman Benjamin, watchmaker California Watch Co, res 
cor Fifth and Folsom, W B 

Chapman Charles D., painter, res 269 Fifth 

Chapman James, machinist, res 835 Clay 

Chapman J. F., res SW cor 9th av and East Eleventh 

Chapman Melvine, painter, res 269 Fifth 

Chapman Thomas B., brakeman C P R R, res W s Lewis 
bet First and Third 

Chapman William H., student University 

Chapman — Mrs., res 315 Second 

Chappellet F., president Pacific Stone Co, agent Berkeley 
Ville Association and Berkeley Real Estate and Water 
Co, S s Seventh bet Broadway and Washington, res 
Berkeley Ville 

Chapplain John D., contractor and builder, res E s Grove 
nr Sycamore 

Chaquett E , machinist, res S s Railroad av nr Filbert 

Charles — , proprietor Piedmont Dairy, res Forty-second nr 
Telegraph av 

Charleston William S., student University 

Charlington Nettie, seamstress, res Blake House 

Charlton Frank, tailor, res 424 Third 

Charpontier Pauline, groceries and liquora, 612 Franklin 

Charpontier Peter, res 612 Franklin 

Chart John, capitalist, E s Union bet University av nr Ban- 
, croft Way, Berkeley 

CHARTER OAK HOTEL, W. M. Hall proprietor, S s Rail- 
road av bet Pine and Wood, W O 

Chartrand Louis, wines and liquors, saloon and res 617 
Broadway 

CHASE & BAKER (Jerry A. Chase and Henry Y. Baker) 
groceries, N s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Chase Andrew K., salesman with Kohler, Chase & Co, res 
824 Myrtle 

CHASE CHARLES E., proprietor Grand Western Restau- 
rant, N s Railroad av bet Pine and Wood, W O 

Chase E. J., policeman, City Hall 

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134 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Chase Elbridge G., res Nolan cor West 

Chase George (Bangle & Chase) res 202 East Ninth 

CHASE J. A. (Chase & Baker) res S s Goss nr Pine, W O 

Chase Joseph P., laborer, res cor Fourth and Addison, W B 

Chase Mose, master mariner, res 202 East Ninth 

Chase R. Hilton, physician and surgeon (S F) res 411 Twelfth 

Chase W. F., res 411 Twelfth 

Chauche A. G., res NW cor Alice and Seventh 

Chauvet Louise Mrs., res Forty-eighth nr Shattuck 

Cheesbro Henry S., res W s Broadway nr Twenty-first 

Cheminant A. S., deputy County Becorder, res cor Oak and 

and Pacific av, Alameda 
Cheney Lemuel W., student University 
Chenoweth John, barkeeper Tubbs' Hotel 
Chere Alfred, laborer with Shakespear and Walter, res 804 

Jefferson 
Cherry Ernest E., clerk with Sanford, Kelsey & Co, res 

Eland House 
Chester Charles, carpenter, res W s Adeline bet Fifth and 

Seventh 
Chevuntin Francis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Chick A. C, Stocks (S F) res S s Short nr Cedar av W O 
Chick Orra Mrs., res S s Forty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
CHIEF ENGINEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, M. De La 

Montanya, City Hall 
CHIEF OF POLICE, D. H. Band, office City Hall 
CHILD EDWARD, contractor and builder, 456 Eighth, 

room 15 
Childs Andrew J., solicitor, res E s Filbert nr Thirtieth 
Childs George W., laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Linden 
Childs J. W., res 727 Fourth 
Chilton & Broodway (Arthur Chilton and John Broodway) 

fruit and vegetables, SE cor East Twelfth and 11th av 
Chilton Arthur (Chilton & Broodway) res SE cor East 

Twelfth and 11th av 
Chinese Christian Association School, 905 Webster 
Chi Phi House, Alonzo M. Grim treasurer, W s Daney nr 

University, Berkeley 
Chisholm Duncan, carpenter, res S s Third bet Lewis and 

Peralta 
Chisholm P., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Choquette Cleophase, teamster with Remillard & Bros 
Chouches C, farmer, W s Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek 
Christenson Jiergen, groceries, store and res Telegraph av 

bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Christian Frank, brakeman C P C R, res Oakland Wharf 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 135 

Christian Henry W., printer Bulletin (S F) res N s Walton 

nr Telegraph av 
Christy Samuel B., instructor chemistry, University 
Chubbuck Charles E., real estate agent, res E s San Pablo 

av nr Hobart 
Chung Kee, Oakland Co. Cigar Manufacturing, 466 Seventh 
Chung Lee, laundry, 413 Seventh 
Chung Wah, laundry, SE cor First and Webster 
Church Gideon, gardener, res N s East Twenty-third bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second avs, E O 
Church J. W., custom house officer (S F) res N s Fifteenth 

nr Market 
Church of the Advent (Episcopal) SW cor 17th av and East 

Fourteenth 
Church Roderick, deputy tax collector, res 267 Eighth 
Church W. L., copyist with county recorder, res cor Tenth 

and Washington 
Cilley Scott F., clerk with Steere & Colby, res SE cor 13th 

av and East Twelffh 
Cinclle George, plasterer, res 709 East Twelfth 
CITY ASSESSOR, Joseph M. Dillon, office City Hall 
CITY ATTORNEY, Henry Vrooman, office City Hall 
CITY CLERK, H. Hillebrand, office City Hall, room 4 
CITY COUNCIL, James Dods president, City Hall 
CITY ENGINEER, Thomas J. Arnold, office City Hall 
CITY HALL, NW cor Fourteenth and San Pablo Road 
CITY HALL LIVERY STABLE, W. A. Richards proprie- 
tor, N s Fourteenth W of City Hall 
CITY LICENSE COLLECTOR, J. J. Porter, office City 

Hall, room 5 
City Market Exchange, Peter E. Cooney manager, 422 

" Twelfth 
CITY MARSHAL, Perry Johnson, City Hall, room 5 
CITY PHYSICIAN, Dr."G. E. Sherman, office City Hall 
CITY POUND, George Taylor master, office cor "Twenty- 
eighth and Market 
CITY SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, F. M. 

Campbell, office City Hall 
CITY TREASURER, H. Hillebrand, office city Hall room 4 
CITY WHARFINGER, William Harwood, office City Hall 
Civel Martha* Mrs., res 806 Alice 
Clancey William, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
Clancy Bridget, domestic, 704 Eighth 
Claren Edward, res E s Telegraph av nr Twentieth 
Clark Alfred, boilermaker C P R R, res Soracco House, W O 
Clark Alvia K., bookkeeper (S F) res 717 Tenth 



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Clark Charles K., bookkeeper (S F) res N s Prospect av nr 

Broadway 
Clark Daniel, whitener, res 710 Franklin 
Clark Edward, painter, res N s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Clark Ezra, agent, res N s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Clark Foster T., livery stable, 1066 Thirteenth av, res Union 

Hotel, E O 
Clark Frank, boilermaker, res Central Pacific Kailroad 

House, W O 
Clark George, foreman boilermaker W D Co, res S s Goss 

bet Wood and Pine, W O 
Clark Helen Miss, folder Contra Costa Laundry 
Clark Henry, whitener, res 710 Franklin 
Clark Henry H., compositor with Butler & Bowman, res 469 

Tenth 
Clark Horace, freight clerk C P R R, foot of Broadway 
Clark Hugh, plasterer, res W s Valley nr Twenty-fourth 
Clark James, groceries and liquors, store and res SE cor 

Filbert and Fifth 
Clark Katie Miss, res W s Grove nr Nineteenth 
Clark Levi, painter, res S s Eighteenth nr West 
Clark Lizzie, domestic, SW cor Clay and Seventeenth 
Clark Maggie Mrs., res 480 Second 
Clark Marion, res 463 Fourth 

Clark Matilda, domestic, S s Hobart nr Telegraph av 
Clark M. B., music teacher, res cor Telegraph av and Forty- 
third 
Clark M. C. Mrs., music teacher, res Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Clark R. A., carpenter, res N s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 
Clark Rachel, dressmaker, res N s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Clark Rebecca, dressmaker, res N s Temescal nr Telegraph 

av 
Clark Richard N., porter C P R R, res 907 Willow 
Clark Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res N s Temescal nr Tele- 
graph av 
Clark Thomas B., clerk IT. S. Sub-Treasurer (S F) res 

NE cor Eleventh and Castro 
Clark Thomas H., atty-at-law, res Ns Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Clark Walter, carriagemaker, res S s Charter bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph avs 
Clark W. B.. carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Clark William, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Clark William D., brass founder, res 769 Twelfth 
Clark Xenos Y., student University 

Clark — , engineer C P R R, res S s Goss bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W O 



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Clark — , sliipjoiner C P B B, res Cedar nr Bailroadav,WO 
Clarke Edwin A., messenger London and San Francisco 

Bank (S F) res NW cor West Fifth and Filbert 
Clarke J. B., assistant instructor mathematics University 
Clarke John, turner Pioneer Planing Mills, res Magnolia nr 

Third 
Clarkson George F., driver, res 701 Washington 
Clasbey Delia, domestic, W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL, K. W. Brier, prin- 
cipal, basement First Presbyterian Church, N s Thir- 
teenth bet Franklin and Webster 
Classon & Trost (John Classon and Gustavus A. Trost) hair- 
dresser, 1010 Broadway 
Classon John (Classon & Trost) res 1010 Broadway 
Clausen August, shipwright, W D Co 
Clavelot A., sawfiler, 411 Seventh 
Clay Frederic, res S s Market bet Ninth and Tenth 
Clay Henry, res N s East Fourteenth bet 19th and 20th avs 
Clayton C. F., marker Contra Costa Laundry 
Clayton Charles, merchant (S F) res N s Fifteenth bet Brush 

and Castro 
Clayton J. E. Mrs., res N s Brown nr West 
Clayton William, cabinetmaker with E. Hook, res 517 Ninth 
Clear Thomas, fireman Oakland Gaslight Co., res 358 Ninth 
Cleary Michael (McCusker & Co., S F) res 912 Clay 
Clement Lewis M., civil engineer C PEE, res 1013 Twelfth 
Clement — , res 212 Eleventh 
CLEMENTS GILBERT (Cadogan, Smith & Co.) res NW 

cor Seventh and Washington 
CLERK CITY, H. Hillebrand, office 4 City Hall 
CLERK COUNTY, Charles G. Eeed, County Court House, 

room 1 
Cleveland CD., marblerubber Manhattan Marble Co, res 

Fifth bet Grove and Castro 
Cleveland Charles, res 663 Grove 
Clever Louis, res 410 Tenth 
Cleverly C. C, jeweler, res N s Caledonia av nr Telegraph 

av 
Cleverly H. C, watchmaker, 958 Broadway 
Clibborn Percy J., bookkeeper (S F), res 317 Eleventh 
Clifford Frank P., watchmaker Cal Watch Co, res Park 

House, W B 
Clifford John, laborer, res W s Chester bet Fifth and Seventh 
Clifford Joseph, foreman C P E E, res E s Lewis nr First 
Clifton William G., bookkeeper with C. E. Lewis & Co., res 
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Climo A., carpenter, res Central Pacific Railroad House, 

WO 
Climo Samuel, carpenter, res Central Pacific Railroad House, 

WO 
Cline Charles, cook with Chris. Bauder & Co. 
Cline N., janitor, 1004 Broadway, room 19 
Clinton De Witt, carpenter and builder, 833 Seventh 
Clinton Flouring Mills, Wiston & Welch proprietors, SW 

cor Twelfth av and East Eleventh 
CLINTON MARKET, M. Y. Stewart proprietor, 309 East 

Twelfth 
Clisby Seth, bookkeeper (S F) res S s Logan nr Telegraph 

av 
CLIVIO & CAVAGNARO (C. Clivio and F. Cavagnaro), 

fruits, candies, tobacco and paper bags, 920 Broadway 
CLTVIO C. (Clivio & Cavagnaro), res E s Broadway bet 

Third and Fourth 
Cloeren Edward, brewer Oakland Brewery 
Clough Alton H., clerk (S F) res N s Twelfth nr Wood 
Clough James, carpenter, res Humboldt House 
Clough James P., mining, res N s Twelfth nr Wood 
Clough Mary L., copyist Signs of the Times, NW cor 

Eleventh and Castro 
Clough Thomas, carpenter, res Humboldt Hotel 
Clow A. B. Miss, teacher Durant School, res S s Caledonia 

av bet Telegraph av and Grove 
Clow Amelia Miss, teacher Durant School, res S s Caledonia 

av nr Telegraph av 
Clow E. Mrs., res S s Caledonia av nr Telegraph av 
Clow James B., student University 
Clowes F. B., student University 
Cloyes Came Miss, res N s Twenty-first nr West 
Clus Ernest, laborer with Kunkel Bros. 
Clymer J. J., res 1205 Franklin 

Coakly John, laborer, res NE cor First and Chestnut 
Coan James, blacksmith C P R R, res cor Twenty-second 

and West 
Coates Thomas, deckhand steamer Louisa, res 518 Sixth 
Coates William D., mining broker (S F) res SW cor Nine- 
teenth and Telegraph av 
Cobb Charles T., carpenter, res 562 Seventh 
Cobb George D., deputy County Recorder, res High nr 

Central av, Alameda 
Cobb R. S., watchman W. D. Co 

Cobbledick James, hardwood lumber, res 177 East Twelfth 
Coburn T., farmer, res E s College av nr Asylum, Berkeley 



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Coby Peter, laborer, res S s East Fourteenth bet 13th and 

14th avs 
Cochran — , res S s Railroad av bet Chester and Henry 
Cochran A. H., painter, res 1114 Tenth av, E O 
Cochran Jesse F., signpainter, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty- 
fourth 
Cochrane Charles, bookkeeper, res Alta House 
Cockley Daniel, laborer, res X s Fifteenth nr Market 
Coe John F., collector, 921 Broadway, res 946 Adeline 
Coe Theodore H., bookkeeper Oakland Gaslight Co, res SW 

cor Eighth and Campbell 
Coe — , plumber, res W s Campbell nr Eighth, W O 
Coffee & Furst (M. H. Coffee and H. Furst) dry, fancy and i 

furnishing goods and boots and shoes, 837 Broadway § 

Coffee Michael H. (Coffee & Furst) res 516 Fifth 
Coffey William M., salesman with E. H. Hyde, res 456 Eighth 
Coffin Frank, res E s Adeline nr Sixteenth 
Coffin Fred. S., carpenter, res S s Lincoln nr Pine, WO 5 

Coffmann T., pedlar, res 615 Sixth I p 

Cogan William, carpenter W. D. Co, res N s Eighth bet : & 

Wood and Willow S- 

Coggeshall Frederick R., bookkeeper with W. & M. Ever- i ©* 

son, res San Pablo nr Temescal I 3 

Coggshall Frederick C, fanner, W s San Pablo av nr Tern- <g 

escal creek 
Cogswell James P., real estate, res 1116 West 
COHEN ANNIE, fancy dry goods, N s Bailroad av nr Pine, 

res Soracco House, W O 
Cohen James, laborer, res S s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 
Cohn David S., student University 
Cohn Elken Rev., res Kelsey House 
Cohn Julius, peddler, res 521 Sixth 
Cohn Samuel, clerk with Mellis Bros, res 875 Broadway 
Coindre Fannie Mrs., fruits, 669 Broadway 
Colburn Edward S., stocks (S F) res SW cor Campbell and 

Twelfth, W O 
Colburn Jacob S., clerk with Christian Schreiber, res SW cor 

Campbell and Twelfth, W O 
Colby F. A. Mrs., dressmaker, NW cor Fourth and Webster 
Colby Hiram H. (Steere k Colby) res X s East Seventeenth 

bet Fifth and Sixth avs, E O 
Colderwick Frederick, shipwright W D Co, res N s Atlantic 

bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
COLE & RALSTON (Wm. J. Cole and H. H. Ralston) im- 
porters and dealers coal and proprietors Oakland Feed 

Store, 410-416 Ninth 



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Cole L. G., capitalist, res W s Webster nr Twenty-second 

Cole Lydia Mrs., res 838 Market 

Cole Marie D., student University 

Cole Eector E., dentist and president Board Education, 

1055 Broadway, res SE cor Adeline and West Tenth 
Cole William, miller with Sarpy, Barstow & Co, res 563 

Second 
Cole William A., carpenter, res NE cor Franklin and Third 
COLE WILLIAM J. (Cole & Ralston) res NW cor Moss av 

and Webster 
Colebach Joseph, laborer, res S s Twenty-fifth nr Broadway 
Coleman John, laborer C P R R, res Twenty-eighth nr 

Broadway 
Coleman John W., stockbroker (S F) res 754 Eighth 
Coleman Martin, laborer W D Co 
Coleman Patrick, laborer W D Co 
Coleman Thomas S., mining, res 10 Pine, W O 
Coleman Willis B., carpenter Enterprise Mills 
Colfer John, clerk with James Larue 
Colgett John, gardener, res S s Fourteenth nr Filbert 
Colen Henry, car repairer CPKR, res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel, W O 
Collard John, carpenter, res Temescal nr Telegraph av 
College Hall, A. C. Dietz proprietor, NE cor Harrison and 

Twelfth 
Collie John, carpenter, res S s Eleventh bet Castro and Brush 
Collier Jacob, carpenter W D Co 
Collier John, laborer C P R R, res Railroad av bet Center 

and Chester 
Collins Lyman P., salesman Florence S M Co. (S F) res cor 

Pine and Seward, W O 
Collins Albert F., wholesale produce, res NW cor Durant 

and Jackson 
Collins Albert W., Manager Cal. Watch Co, res E s Madi- 
son bet Ninth and Tenth 
Collins Dennis, laborer, res 167 Eighth 
Collins E. G., widow, res E s Chester nr Third 
Collins Frank, barber with James Washington, res 1010 

Pacific 
Collins George H., lumber, res 1099 Third 
Collins Henry, laborer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel, W O 
Collins John, res E s 7th av bet East Sixteenth and East 

Seventeenth 
Collins Nora Mrs., res cor Market and Eighteenth 
Collins P. M., carpenter, res S s Seventeenth nr Grove 

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Collins Samuel, laborer, res 601 East Twelfth 
Collins Solomon, bricklayer, res Prospect av nr Telegraph av 
Collins Thomas, hackman with S. Harris, res 408 Thir- 
teenth 
Collischonn Charles, clerk, res NE cor "Wood and At- 
lantic, W 
Collyer Jacob, carpenter, res N s Twelfth nr Wood 
Colmer Frederick C, carpenter, res Star House 
Colson Edward F., student, res 763 Eleventh 
Colville Sarah Mrs., res N s East Sixteenth bet 7th and 

8th avs, E O 
Colvin James A., gasfitter, res E s Chester bet West Fifth 

and Seventh 
Comes Emanuel, printer, res 712 Filbert 
Comes Trinity, dressmaker, res 712 Filbert 
COMMERCIAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON, 

William Hoskins agent, 909 Broadway 
Commeseel Herman, res 371 Ninth 
Compamna & Co. (Rocco Compamna and Albert Girolami) 

saloon, S s Forty-seventh nr Shattuck av 
Compamna Rocco (Compamna <fe Co.) res S s Forty-seventh 

nr Shattuck av 
Compton H. K., brakeman C P E E, res Union Hotel, E O 
Conboy Mary Mrs., res cor Filbert and Twenty-second 
Cond Francis, res N s Twelfth nr Adeline, W O 
Condry Patrick, laborer, res S s West nr Seventeenth 
Cone James, laborer C P BE, res S s Twenty-second nr 

West 
Cone John, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and Wood, 

WO 
Cone P. H., laborer, res S s Eighteenth nr Cypress, W O 
Congdon Charles H., student University 
Conklin Frank G. (P. & F. G. Conklin, S F) res E s 4th 

av bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
Conklin John, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Conley Andrew, laborer, res 1122 East Fifteenth 
Conley Charles, carpenter, res 1057 13th av, E O 
Conley Francis, laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and Fifth 
Conley Frank, bookkeeper, res S s East Eleventh bet 9th 

and 10th avs 
Conley Martin, pedlar, res N s Third bet Chestnut and Ad- 
eline 
Conley Michael, res Mansion House, E O 
Conley William, res Third nr Webster 
Conlin Edward, blacksmith C P R R, res cor Twenty-second 
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Conlon John, lather, res E s Linden bet Second and Third 

Conn C. W., books and stationery, res 174 Sixth 

Connair — , carpenter, res W s 8th av bet East Twelfth and 
East Fourteenth 

Connell George, painter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Connell M. Miss, dressmaker, 321 Twelfth 

Connell M. A. Miss, seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 

Connell Michael, laborer, res 812 Filbert 

Connelly David, plasterer, res NW cor Twelfth and Kirk- 
ham, WO 

Connelly Ellen, nurse, SW cor Sixth and Oak 

Connelly John, laborer CPEE, res cor Short and Bay, W O 

Conner James, teamster, res N s Twenty -fourth nr Telegraph 
av 

Conners Cornelius, laborer, res 218 Sixth 

Conners J. Mrs., res 809 Webster 

Conners William, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Conniff Michael, res Mansion House, E O 

Connolly Thomas, res S s Dwight way nr Telegraph av, B 

Connor John, laborer, res 761 Castro 

Connor L. B., conductor CPEK, res W s Chester nr Ninth, 
WO 

Connor M. A., nurse, SW cor Market and Twelfth 

CONNOR WILLIAM B., boarding and saloon, San Lean- 
dro Road 3 miles fm East Oakland 

Connors David, teamster, res SE cor Twenty-third and Tel- 
egraph av 

Connors James, laborer, res Central House 

Connors John, fruits (S F) res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph 
av » 

Connors John, laborer, res W s Second nr University av 

Connors William, laborer, res S s Charter bet San Pablo 
and Telegraph avs 

CONRAD B. S. (Logan & Conrad) 861J Broadway 

CONRAD W. D., apothecary, store and res SW cor East 
Twelfth and 13th av 

Conroy Edmund C, student University 

Conroy James, boilermaker, res Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W O 

Conroy John, car repairer C P R R, res cor Campbell and 
Willow, W O 

Conroy Thomas J., student University 

Conry John, with James Dalziel, res cor West and Seven- 
teenth 

Constable William (Chambers & Constable), res NE cor 
Twenty-fourth and Telegraph av 

Insure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



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Contra Costa Laundry Association, Hallett, Bartlett & Dal- 

ton proprietors, SW cor Kirkham and Fourteenth 
CONTRA COSTA LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, Wm. 

H. Carpenter jr. proprietor, foot of Broadway 
CONTRA COSTA WATER CO., A. Chabot president, 

"Wm. H. Mea<,l secretary and treasurer, Remi Chabot 

superintendent, 458 Eighth 
Contreras Pedro, teamster, res 522 Fourth 
Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Mother Baptist 

lady superior, Webster nr Twenty-second 
Conway Annie, domestic, W s Adeline bet Tenth and 

Twelfth, W O 
Conway Edward, laborer with Samuel Heywood, res E s 

Second nr Addison, W B 
Conway E. J., laborer, res E s Second nr University av, 

WB 
Conway M., car repairer C PEE 
Conway Thomas, laborer, W s Lusk nr Evoy av 
Coogan Annie, domestic, N s Taylor nr Willow, W O 
Cook Alex. J., butcher, res 1171 Eighteenth av, E O 
Cook Andrew B., butcher, res 1171 Eighteenth av, E O 
Cook B. Frank, res W s Willow bet William and Railroad 

av 
Cook Carroll, atty-at-law, 535 Clay (S F), res NW cor Fif- 
teenth and Madison 
Cook Elisha Mrs., res NW cor Fifteenth and Madison 
Cook George W., clerk (S F), res N s Taylor nr Willow, 

WO 
Cook James, res S s Fourteenth bet Franklin and Webster 
Cook John, master mariner, res 821 Washington 
Cook P. Mrs., dressmaker, 469 Tenth 
Cook Philip, printer Evening Post (S F), res 469 Tenth 
Cook Robert, N s East Seventeenth bet 5th and 6th avs 
Cook W. B., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Cook William F., saloon, 1838 Railroad av, res S.s Goss bet 

Wood and Willow 
Cook William, student Golden Gate Academy 
Coolbrith Ina D. Miss, res N s Fifteenth nr Jefferson 
Cooley Henry, surveyor, res S s Seward nr Willow, W O 
Coolidge Charles S., printer (S F), res E s Chestnut nr Tenth 
Coolidge George W. , res E s Chestnut nr Tenth 
Coolidge James C, clerk (S F), res S s Brown nr West 
Coolidge Mary A. Mrs., res E s Chestnut bet Tenth and 

Twelfth 
Cooms Henry, stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill, res 316 

Third 



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144 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Coon Henry I., student University 
Cooney John, carpenter, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Cooney Patrick, carpenter, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Cooney Peter E., manager City Market Exchange, cor Broad- 
way and Eleventh, res Adeline bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-fourth 
Cooney Peter N., expressman, res cor Twenty-fourth and 

Adeline 
Coop John, carpenter, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Cooper Eli D., gardener, SW cor Market and Twelfth 
Cooper Francis, laborer, res 601 Third 
Cooper Henry, student University, res E s Telegraph av nr 

Prospect av 
Cooper Thomas, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Cootz John, laborer, res N s Twenty-seventh nr Grove 
Copeland C, porter C P R B 

Copely A. W., res W s Telegraph av nr Forty-third 
Copp Stephen L., carpenter, res 728 Myrtle 
Coquide Charles, clerk Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co 
Corbett James, laborer, res 815 Filbert 
Corbett Martin, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe 
Corbiere Theodore K., merchant, res 858 Jefferson 
Corcoran Daniel, tailor with M. J. Healy, res 605 Harrison 
Corcoran James, gardener, res cor Twelfth and Cypress 
Cordan Antonio C, barber, res 506 East Fifteenth 
Cordell William A., carpenter with Carmichael & Nixon, 555 

Sixth 
Corder Thomas W., tallow renderer Peabody's Landing, res 

Fruit Vale 
COKDES HERMAN, proprietor Oakland Broom Factory, 

S s Sixth nr Broadway, res NW cor Eailroad av and 

Kirkham 
Corley Thomas, nurseryman, res Eedwood av nr Fruit Vale av 
Cornall James, carpenter, res N s University av nr Shattuck, 

WB 
Cornell G., painter, res 811 Washington 
Cornish Thomas, res 511 Third 
Cornor C. W., boot and shoemaker, 952 Broadway, res cor 

Franklin and Second 
Cornwell Joseph H., merchant, res Grand Western Hotel, 

WO 
Corr Katie, dressmaker, res N s Fifteenth nr Grove 
Cortelyon Cornelius, dairy produce, res 807 Market 
COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, J. H. Dodge proprietor, 859 

Broadway 
Cossley Howard, porter C P E R 



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Costello A. E., atty-at-law, 828 Broadway 

Costello Michael, porter, res 763 Castro 

Costelo James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Costigan John H., clerk CPE R, res W s San Pablo av nr 

Temescal 
Cotton Frank E., superintendent Cal Bridge and Building 

Co., res NE cor Walton and Grove 
Cotton James L., student University 
COTTON JEROD C, bookkeeper Enterprise Mills, res 

Walton nr Telegraph av 
Cough M. E., engineer Oakland Planing Mill 
Coughlin Dennis, milkman, res 771 Eleventh 
Coughlin John, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res 

Ninth bet Webster and Harrison 
Coughlin Lizzie, domestic, 706 Thirteenth 
Coughlin T. L., grainer, res NW cor Eighth and Washington 
Coughlin John, blacksmith C PEE, res Seventh bet Henry 

and Chester, W O 
Coulter William, painter, res S s Seventh nr Brush 
Counter Jacob, res 366 Second 
COUNNY AUDITOR, Charles G. Eeed, County Court 

House, room 1 
COUNTY CLERK, Charles G. Eeed, County Court House, 

room 1 
COUNTY COURT, Stephen G. Nye judge, County Court 

House, room 1 second floor 
COUNTY COURT HOUSE, W s Broadway, bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
COUNTY RECORDER, Thomas A. Smith, County Court 

House, room 9 
COUNTY SHERIFF, H. N. Morse, County Court House, 

room 8 
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, W. 

F. B. Lvnch, office Countv Court House 
COUNTY SURVEYOR, Luis Castro, County Court House, 

room 4 
COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR, Charles E. Palmer, County 

Court House, room 2 
COUNTY TREASURER, Charles E. Palmer, County Court 

House, room 2 
Coursen E. A. (Lafferty & Coursen) res 362 First 
Courtney Annie, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 
Courts Charles, painter, res E s Linden nr Twenty-eighth 
COURVOISD3R F. L., groceries and provisions, NW cor 

Eighth and Webster, res 320 Eighth 



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Coutolenc J. H., butcher, NE cor Jefferson and Third, res 
574 Third 

Covaco J. S., boot and shoemaker, 412 Seventh 

Covert Frederick, painter, res E s Franklin bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth 

Covert S. H., painter, res E s Franklin bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth 

Cowan David, shipwright W D Co, res Mechanics' Ex- 
change, W O 

Cowan William H., carpenter Enterprise Mills, res 408 Fifth 

Coward H. G., miner, res SE cor Eighth and Jackson 

Cowden B. Mrs., res 1011 Franklin 

Cowell John, carpenter, res SW cor East Eighteenth and 
8th av 

Cowell Thomas, laborer, res S s East Seventeenth bet 13th 
and 14th avs 

Cowen Benjamin S., driver with Shakespear & Walter, res 
Stewart's Hotel 

Cowles Edwin W., student University 

COWLEY JAMES, carpenter and builder, res cor Second 
and University, W B 

Cox Charles, machinist W. D. Co 

Cox Emil, civil engineer, res SW cor William and Pine, W O 

Cox Frank J., carpenter, res E s Wood bet Atlantic & Wil- 
liam, W O 

Cox Gustavus, civil engineer, res SW cor William and Pine, 
WO 

Cox James W., warehouseman, res Ns Merrimac nr Tele- 
graph av 

Cox John, cook Eureka House 

COX P. M. (McCabe & Cox) res 837 Market 

Cox Samuel, gardener with A. K. P. Harmon 

Cox William A., shipwright W. D. Co, res E s Wood bet 
Atlantic and William, W O 

Cox William A. jr., carpenter, res E s Wood bet Atlantic 
and William, W O 

Cox — , painter, res N s University av nr Second, W B 

Coxhead T. C, homceopathic physician, office 519 Tenth 

Coyle Daniel, laborer Contra Costa Water Co 

Coyle John, lather, res S s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 

Coyne Michael, car repairer CPKB, res Chester betFifth 
and Seventh, W O 

Cozzens J. A. Mrs., res 172 Second 

Cozzens W. D., poultry, res W s Adeline nr Thirty-second 

Crabe George R., carpenter, res West Oakland Lodging 
House 



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Crabtree Convus L., clerk CPKR, res 568 Sixth 

Cradock D. L. Miss, hairdresser, res 1068 Broadway 

Craffe Henry, res NW cor East Sixteenth and 20th av 

Craft Thomas H., clerk, res 805 Jackson 

Craig Andrew, salesman Oakland Lumber Yard, res NE cor 
Jefferson and Tenth 

Craig Ellen, laundress The Centennial 

Craig H., res 1120 Myrtle 

Craig Homer A., secretary Alameda Co. Branch Home Mu- 
tual Insurance Co. and agent Pacific Mutual Life Insu- 
rance Co., SE cor Broadway and Ninth, res SW cor 
Grove and Walton 

Craig Randolph R., hydraulic mining nozzles, 240 Mont- 
gomery (S F) res W s Center nr Tenth 

Craig W, H., dentist, 1065 Broadway 

CRAIG W. P., treasurer California Fire and Water Proof 
Paint Co., 956 Broadway, res SW cor Grove and 
Walton 

Craigh Elizabeth Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, 
res 177 East Twelfth, E O 

Craigh Joseph, hardwood lumber, res 177 East Twelfth, E O 

Cramer Adolph, bookkeeper, res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 

Cramner William S., student University, res cor Chapel and 
Bancroft way, Berkeley 

Crampton Thomas, res 1001 Franklin 

Crandell Thomas B., res N s East Eighteenth bet 11th and 
12th avs, E O 

Crane E. J., res W s Jackson bet Seventeenth and Durant 

Crane G. E., carpenter W. D. Co 

Crane George, carpenter, res W s Cypress nr Fifteenth, W O 

Crane James E., clerk CPEK, res 775 Fourteenth 

Crane James E., engineer, res 775 Fourteenth 

Crane James H., contractor, res W s Poplar bet Tenth and 
Twelfth, W C 

Crane Kate, domestic, 162 Third 

Craven A. F., principal Lincoln Grammar School, res NW 
cor Eighth and Grove 

Craven N. R. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Garmmar School 

Crawford A. W., carpenter, res 624 Second 

Crawford Edward, ship carpenter W D. Co., res Charter 
Oak Hotel, W O 

Crawford John, ship carpenter W. D. Co 

Crawford J. W., farming, res E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 
Creek 

Crawford O. H., gardener, Mills Seminary 

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Crawford "William, paper hanger, res Stewart's Hotel 

Crayton William, coachman, 570 Eleventh 

Creaser James, carpenter, res 722 Filbert 

Creed Ann, res 707 Fifth 

Creighton Annie, domestic, cor Taylor and Willow, W O 

Crellin John, Morgan & Co., (S F) res 1061 Oak 

Cressey C. J., banker, res N s Fourteenth bet Webster and 
Harrison 

Cressey Frank A., res N s Fourteenth bet Webster and 
Harrison 

Crissman J., res N s Fourteenth nr Grove 

CRIST G. F., proprietor Brooklyn tannery, res cor East 
Fourteenth and 21st av, E O 

Critcher John jr, student University 

Crocker Anna, domestic, Germania Gardens, Berkeley 

Crocker Winslow, res 1169 West 

CROCKETT J. B., judge Supreme Court, res S s East Four- 
teenth nr Thirty-second av, Fruit Vale 

Crockett John, mining secretary, rest S s East Fourteenth 
nr Thirty-second av, Fruit Vale * 

Crockett Robert, law clerk, res S s East Fourteenth nr 
Thirty-second av, Fruit Vale. 

Croke James, carpenter, res W s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth 

Crompton John, engineer stmr Capital, res E O 

Cron William, [butcher, res Ss East Twelfth nr Eighteenth av 

Cronan Ellen, widow, res 561 East Fifteenth 

Cronin John, farmer, res Redwood av nr Fruit Vale av 

CRONIN J M. ; wines, liquors, billiards and cigars, 409-411 
Twelfth 

Cronin Stephen D., groceries and liquors, NE cor Laurel 
and San Pablo av 

Cronkrite John W., boot and shoemaker, NE cor West Fifth 
and Lewis 

Cronly Maria Mrs., res SW cor Sixth and Oak 

Cropper William L., carpenter, res 361 Ninth 

Crosby Charles, fireman C P R R, res N s Eighth nr Wil- 
low, W O 

CROSLEY J. S., dairy produce, poultry, fruit, etc., 1-3 
City Market, res 958 Broadway 

Cross B. Mrs., res N s Eighth nr Wood, W O 

Crosslin John, carpenter W D Co 

Crosson Mary A. Mrs., res S s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph 
av and Broadway 

Croswell Lizzie B. Miss, teacher Peralta School 

Crouch W. T. Mrs., res N s Fourteenth nr Grove 

Crough John S., furniture, 713 Broadway, res 514 Fourth 

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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 149 

Crow Charles, res 1112 Eleventh av, E O 

Crowell E. E., foreman CPEE 

Crowell George B., pressman with Butler & Bowman, res 

603 Franklin 
Crowell George F., secretary People's Express, 857 Broad- 
way, res cor Adeline and Forty-first 
Crowley Bridget, domestic, cor Castro and Sixteenth 
Crowley Daniel, plumber, res S s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 
Crowley James, carpenter, res N s Second nr University av, 

WB 
Crowley James, painter, res NE cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Crowley John, fireman C P KR, res cor Sixteenth and 

Kirkham, W O 
Crowley John) laborer W D Co, res Railroad Exchange Ho- 
tel, W O 
Crowley John, marble cutter with Robert Farley, res cor 

Sixth and Harrison 
Crowley Michael, laborer, res 711 Fifth 
Cruess Ann Mrs., res E s Wood nr Chase 
Cruise Jane, domestic, cor Merrimac and Broadway 
Cruff Thomas A., clerk with Dam & Guernsey, res 805 

Jackson 
Cruse Patrick, laborer, res 615 Madison 
Cruse "William, foreman W. D. Co., res Railroad av nr Pine, 

WO 
Cubery William M. (Cubery <fe Co., S F) res 960 Eighth 
Cucatel John, cook French Hotel, West Berkeley 
Cuff Thomas, laborer, res W s Telegraph av, one mile south 

of University 
CULHANE G., groceries and liquors, store and res SE cor 

William and Willow, W O 
Cullen Ann, domestic, cor Telegraph av and William 
Cullen Harry, car repairer CPEE, res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel, W 
Cullen Thomas, machinist C P R R, res Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
Culmer Harry, clerk, res 917 Myrtle 
Culmer Horace G., bookkeeper (S F) res 917 Myrtle 
Cumberson William, engineer W D Co, res Grove bet Wood, 

and Pine 
Cumming David, student University 
CUMMINGS & ROWE (A. Cummings and John Rowe) 

Standard Stables, NE cor Railroad av and Wood, W O 
CUMMINGS A. (Cummings & Rowe) res N s Railroad av 

bet Wood and Pine, W O 
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Cummings W. T., telegraph operator CPEE, res 642 Sixth. 
Cummins A: B., secretary Cal Fire and Water Proof Paint 

Co, 956 Broadway, res S s Brown bet Grove and West 
Cummins Clara, widow, res SW cor West and Brown 
Cunniff John, res W s 19th av bet East Fourteenth and East 

Fifteenth 
Cunningham Joseph A., conductor CPRE, res S s Divis- 
ion nr Wood, W O 
Cunningham Margaret Mrs., millinery and millinery goods, 

960 Broadway 
Curley Patrick C, laborer, res S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Current H. S., canvasser, res 460 Fifth 
Currier Wallace O., student University 
Curry John, res 411 Seventh 

Curtain David, laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 
Curtis Edward, broommaker, res S s William bet Campbell 

and Willow, W O 
Curtis George H., waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Curtis J. M., atty-at-law (S F) res S s Twelfth bet Kirkham 

and Center, W O 
Curtis John, live stock, res N s Walton nr Telegraph av 
Curtis Julius E., harnessmaker, res N s East Twenty-third 

bet 21st and 22d avs 
Curtis Lucian Mrs., res S s East Nineteenth bet 6th and 7th 

avs 
Curtis Marshall, res 779 Sixth 

Curtis Michael, farmer, res N s University nr San Pablo av 
CURTIS MURRY, pedlar, res 825 Market 
Curtis William F., contractor, res E s Linden nr Twelfth 
Curtis Winfield, laborer, res 770 Sixth 
CUSHING & RYDER (John Cushing and Andrew Byder) 

groceries, Nicholl Block, cor Ninth and Washington 
Cushing A. D., engineer CPEE, res Union Hotel, E O 
Cushing Clinton, physician and surgeon, SW cor Ninth and 

Broadway 
Cushing Frank W., clerk Post Office, res 767 Webster 
CUSHING JOHN (Cushing & Byder) res S E cor Franklin 

and Fifteenth 
Cushing Simeon M., shipping clerk with I. Friedlander, res 

808 Clay 
Cushman George H., res 763 Eighth 
Cusick John, laborer, res E s Chestnut nr Twenty-first 
Cussle Ernest, laborer, res 768 East Twelfth 
Cuthbertson W. J., draughtsman, 456 Eighth, room 1, res 

1025 Vallejo, S F 
Cutler A. W., carpenter, res 813 East Fourteenth 



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Cutler William, real estate, res N s Thirty-fourth nr San 

Pablo av 
Cutting James R., conductor CPEK, res E s Chester nr 

Ninth, W O 
Cutting Walter, carpenter, res 420 Fifth 



D 

D'Estrella Theophilus, student University 

Dagen Samuel A., clerk with H. Bowman, res 913 Broadway 

Dager J. W., real estate, res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 
Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 

Dagget Westley, res N s East Fifteenth bet 5th and 6th avs 

Dahl Frederick, carpenter, res N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph 
av 

Dailey Willbur F. (Earley, Smith & Dailey) 1101 Broadway 

Dailey Peter J., cigars and news depot, 1762 Railroad av, 
res W s Willow nr Chase, W O 

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ers and proprietors, 911 Broadway 

DAILY OAKLAND TRANSCRIPT, Bishop & Powers pro- 
prietors, 911 Broadway 

Daingerfield William R., student University 

Dakes R. H., carriage painter with J. T. Gardner, res W s 
Brush nr Twentieth 

Daley Dennis, stone cutter, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Daley Richard, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Market 

Daley Thomas B., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Daley Timothy, laborer, res 518 Sixth 

Dallam Frank M., compositor, res 503 Eleventh 

Dallam R. B. (Armes & Dallam, S F), res NE cor Grove 
and Fifteenth 

Dallimore William J., teamster, res N s Thirty-fifth nr San 
Pablo av 

Dalton Bessie, domestic, S s Nineteenth nr Telegraph av 

Dalton John, smoother Contra Costa Laundry, cor Four- 
teenth and Peralta, WO & 

Dalton P. E. (Contra Costa Laundry Association) res 1751 jj 
Howard, S F a> 

Daly D. D., res Union Hotel, E O g 

Daly Mary, Domestic, N s William nr Telegraph av 

Daly Timothy, laborer, res 414 Fifth 

DALZLEL & MOLLER (Robert Dabriel and William Mol- 
ler) plumbers, gasfitters and importers gas fixtures, NW 
cor Thirteenth and Broadway 



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DALZIEL JAMES, stoves and tinware, 1149 Broadway, res 
N s Fifteenth bet Brush and West 

DALZIEL ROBERT, (Dalziel & Moller), NW cor Broad- 
way and Thirteenth 

Dam Alphonso, engineer, res E s Maple nr Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Dam Cyrus, pile driver, res 718 Market 

DAM G. W., res 916 Broadway 

Dam Harry J., compositor Chronicle (S F), res S s Locust 
nr Telegraph av 

Dam Henry J. W., mining secretary, W s Broadway bet 
Eleventh and Twelfth 

Dam L. E. Mrs., res S s Locust nr Telegraph av 

Dam Samuel, laborer, res E s Maple nr Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Dame Mary L. Miss, teacher Durant School, res 577 Twelfth 

Dammrer Charles, waiter Philadelphia Restaurant 

Damon Baxter, collector (S F), res 766 Fourteenth 

Damon James E., real estate agent, res 766 Fourteenth 

Damon Lizzie Miss, res 766 Fourteenth 

Danehy Daniel, laborer, res S s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 

Danforth George S., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 
309 Third 

Daniels A. F., upholsterer with E. Hook, res SE cor Thir- 
tieth and Filbert 

Daniels Gilbert B., salesman with E. Hook, res SE cor Thir- 
tieth and Filbert 

Daniels Seth F., atty-at-law, 456 Eighth, res SE cor Thir- 
tieth and Filbert 

Daniels S. L., atty-at-law, 456 Eighth, res SE cor Thirtieth 
and Filbert 

Danielson B., clerk, res 820 East Twelfth 

Dannaker W. A., carpenter, res West End Hotel 

Darche Frank P., cook, res E s Fourth nr Addison, Berkeley 

Dargie William E., student University 

Darley Henry, laborer CPRE, res 853 Webster 

Darling Frank H., student University 

Darling Thomas L., grainer with C. B. Rutherford, res W s 
Alice bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Barnannville Joseph, waiter with Paage & Malacarne 

Darragh Lucy Mrs., res 1804 William, W O 

Darrow M. E. Mrs., res 1156 Alice 

Dart Putnam C, commission merchant (S F) res 1129 Myrtle 

Davanue Charles, laborer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange 
Hotel, W O 

Davenport D. P., carpenter C P R R, res Soracco House 



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154 OAKLAND [J)] DIRECTORY. 

Davenport George L., surveyor with M. G. King, res Cale- 
donia av W of Telegraph av 
Davidson Amos, blacksmith, res S s Goss nr Pine, W O 
Davidson D., baker Tubbs' Hotel 
Davidson D. C, upholsterer, res 664 Tenth 
Davidson James, carpenter, res E s Henry bet West Fifth 

and Seventh 
Davidson M. C, compositor with Butler & Bowman, res 364 

Ninth 
Davidson William, res 310 Fourth 

Davidson W. M., tanner, res SW cor Twenty-first and Brush 
DAVIES JOHN (McCullough & Davies) res 13 Third 
Davies Bichard P., farmer, res S s Dwight way nr Telegraph 

av, Berkeley 
Davis A. J., conductor CPEE 
Davis Carroll M., student University 

Davis Charles B., calker, res W s Kirkham nr Eighth, W O 
Davis Charles E., clerk (Watson & Co, S F) res 769 Eighth 
Davis Charles W., carpenter, res cor Bristol and Fifth,WB 
Davis Daniel H., carpenter, res 1059 Broadway 
Davis David A., carpenter, res Overland House 
Davis E. C, brakeman CPEE, res Oakland Wharf 
Davis Edward W., farmer, res Fruit Vale av 
Davis E. S., Surveyor General Nevada, res 769 Eighth 
Davis t 1 ., painter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Davis Frederick W., blacksmith with Henry Ollis, res 563 

Washington, E O 
Davis Granville, bootmaker, res 573 Eighth 
Davis G. A. J., merchant, res NW cor Durant and Franklin 
Davis Harris, furniture, 716 Broadway, res Washington bet 

Third and Fourth 
Davis Henry, carpenter W D Co 
Davis Henry, machinist CPEE, res cor Cedar and Goss, 

WO 
Davis Henry B., calker W. D. Co, res 1023 Third 
Davis James, farmer, res Telegraph av nr College av, Berke- 
ley 
Davis James, seaman, res 655 Madison 
Davis James H., whitener, res W s Filbert nr Twenty-first 
Davis John, laborer, res SW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove 
Davis John, carpenter, res S s Third nr Jackson 
Davis John, teamster, res E s San Pablo av nr Brown 
Davis J. D., carpenter, res W s Shattuck nr Telegraph av 
Davis John H., butcher, shop and res W s 13th av bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth, E O 
Davis Louis, student, res 566 Tenth 



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Davis L. D., res 951 Grove 

Davis Marks, tailor, 469 Seventh 

DAVIS M. V. Miss, dressmaking, res 1163 Franklin 

Davis P. E., special policeman, res E s Broadway bet Tenth 

and Eleventh 
DAVIS PUNY E.i Grover & Baker Sewing Machines, 

stamping, embroidery and regalias, store and res 1012 

Broadway 
Davis Kobert, farmer, res N s Dwight Way nr Telegraph av, 

Berkeley 
Davis E. G., cabinetmaker (S F) res W s Webster nr Pros- 
pect av 
Davis Samuel, res cor Twenty -seventh and Adeline 
Davis Thomas F., res 809 Castro 
Davis William H., real estate agent, res 325 Second 
Davis W. W. Mrs., res W s Grove nr Nineteenth 
Davis — , compositor Oakland News, res 462 Twelfth 
DAVISON ARTEMAS (Davison Bros.) res S s Goss bet 

Pine and Wood, W O 
DAVISON BROS. (Artemas and Douglas Davison) wagon 

and carriagemakers and horseshoers, E s Wood bet Rail- 
road av and Goss, W O 
DAVISON DOUGLAS (Davison Bros.) res S s Fifth nr 

Lewis, W O 
Davison M. C, painter, res Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
Davison Milton C, printer, res 364 Ninth 
Dawe Frank, laborer with Thomas & Anderson, res 366 

Ninth 
Dawes James, laborer, res Central House 
Dawson John, res Washington Hotel 
Dawson William, res W s Center nr Third 
Dawson — Mrs., res 515 Sixth 
Day Clinton, architect, 456 Eighth, room 1, res Berkeley 

House 
Day John, porter CPRE, res 713 Fifth 
Day John E, yardmaster C P R R wharf, res E s Cedar nr 

Goss, W O 
Day Lott, furnished rooms and boarding, 503 Eleventh 
Day Samuel M., res SW cor Railroad av and Willow, W O 
Day Sherman, mining engineer, res 1102 Myrtle 
De Bauge Paul, cook with Pagge & Malacame 
De FORREST & GASKLLL (Henry L. De Forrest and 

George C. Gaskill) general job printers, 828 Broadway 
De FORREST HENRY L. (De Forrest & Gaskill) res 731 

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De Fremery James, banker (S F) res cor Eighteenth and 

Adeline, W O 
De Fremery William, res W s Franklin bet Seventeenth and 

Durant 
De Freitas Anna V., dressmaker, res N s Walton nr Grove 
De Golia Darwin, bridge tender, res foot of Alice 
De Golia George E., student University 
De Grange — , civil engineer, res SW cor William and Pine, 

WO 
De Gregori Louis, fruit and confectionery, S s Eailroad av 

bet Wood and Willow, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 

Pine, W O 
De Kersaint Gily G., teacher French, University 
De La Montanya Hudson, res 1004 Ninth av, E O 
De La Montanya J. B., salesman with M. De La Montanya, 

res 656 Sixth 
DE LA MONTANYA M., stoves and tinware and metal 

roofing, 1011 Broadway, res 656 Sixth 
De La Montanya Matthew Jr., bookkeeper, res 656 Sixth 
De Larie Louis, gardener, 919 Adeline, W O 
De Leo de Laguna A., propr The Kelsey House, W s Tele- 
graph av bet Charter and Elm 
De Leo de Laguna William, clerk with C. L. Taylor, res 

Kelsey House 
De Leo de Laguna Anita F. Miss, student University 
De Parys Victor, engineer with Jacob Samm, res 603 Franklin 
De Pue Edgar J., clerk with Eedington & Co. \S F)resNs 

East Sixteenth bet 11th and 12th avs 
De Pue Frank H., painter, res N s East Sixteenth bet 11th 

and 12th avs 
De Pue James, auctioneer, 906 Broadway, res NE cor 11th 

av and Sixteenth, E O 
De Eocheford Jennie Mrs., res Union Hotel, E O 
De Tavel T. C. H., physician, res 460 Third 
De Witt Frank, canvasser, res 363 Ninth 
De Witt James M., apothecary with E. J. Van Voorhies & 

Co., SW cor Eleventh and Broadway 
De Wolfe Ella H., student University 
De Wolfe WiUiam M., roofer, res 324 Sixth 
Des Eochers Charles, real estate agent, res N s Twelfth nr 

West 
Des Eochers Charles L., money broker, res N s East Six- 
teenth bet 8th and 9th avs 
Dean Carrie A. Mrs., res W s Myrtle nr Seventh 
Dean Charles, with P. Schreiber, res 1012 Polk (S F) 
Dean Daniel, moulder, res cor Twenty -fourth and Filbert 

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Dean E. H., res S s William bet Wood and Willow 

Dean Elisha B., lumber, res E s Webster bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 

Dean George, laborer W. D. Co 

Dean George, real estate agent, res 664 Sixth 

Dean John, laborer, res S s East Twentieth bet 13th and 
14th avs, E O 

Dean John, pattern maker, res S s Third bet Market and 
Myrtle 

Dean J. B., res Tnbbs' Hotel 

Dean William H., pastor East Oakland Presbyterian Church, 
res 749 East Fourteenth 

Deane Coll, stock broker (S F) res E s Webster bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 

Deane Edmond, widow, res W s 11th av bet East Fourteenth 
and East Fifteenth 

Deane John (Murphy, Grant & Co., S F) res 1167 Jackson 

Deboice Elizabeth Mrs, res 555 Broadway 

Decker Justice, blacksmith, res 509 Eighth 

Dedring Johannah, domestic, 720 Tenth 

Deering Charles J., res Fruit Vale av 

Deering Henry, merchant tailor, 1018 Broadway 

Deering Isaac, carpenter, res 665 East 12th, rear 

Deering James H., student University 

DefreitsD., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 

Degardin Edward, carpenter, res N s East Eleventh bet 7th 
and 8th avs, E O 

Degen George F., teacher Clasical and English School, res 
Russell House 

Degnan Michael, gardener, res San Pablo av nr Temescal 
Creek 

Degnan Thomas, carpenter, res S s Twenty-fifth bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway 

DEGRACE JOHN (Marcotte, Degrace & Co.) res 807 
Broadway 

Dehon T. M., res Berkeley Farm House, Berkeley 

Deike Frederick, butcher, res N s East Sixteenth bet 13th 
and 14th avs, E O 

Deike William, cook, res N s East Sixteenth bet 13th and 
14th avs, E O 

DETTRICK E. A., butcher, 550 Seventh, res 830 Clay 

Delaney William, steward, Contra Costa Laundry 

Delaney Timothy, res E s Adeline nr Second 

Delger Frederick, real estate, res N s Frederick bet Tele- 
graph and San Pablo avs 

Deluci Lorenzo, farmer, E s Shattuck J mile N Temescal 



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158 OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 

Deme Augustus, carriage painter with Sohst Bros, res 360 

Fifth 
Demangeon August, res S s East Fourteenth bet 18th and 

19th avs 
Demarais Charles, carpenter, res S s Twenty-first nr Tele- 
graph av 
Demarais George, painter, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 
DEMING JAY, agent Whitney & Co.'s Express, res 512 

Ninth 
Deming John D., mariner, res 476 'Twelfth 
Demma A., carriage painter, res 222 Fifth 
Demmary Charles, carpenter, res S s Twenty-first bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph av 
Dempsey John, carpenter, res Central House 
Dempsey Patrick, car repairer C P B B, res Chester bet 

Fifth and Seventh, W O 
TJenaut E., fruit and vegetables, 703 Broadway 
Denison Eli, news agent C PEE, res SW cor Eighth and 

Myrtle 
Denman Frank H., student University 
Dennan John, laborer, res S s Twenty.first nr West 
Dennen Augustus M., carpenter, res W s Willow bet Wil- 
liam and Bailroad av 
Dennis E. H. Mrs., res 511 Tenth 
Dennis William, packer with Babcock & Gould, res 1067 

Thirteenth av, E O 
Dennis William H., teamster with Thomas & Anderson, res 

cor Eighth and Washington 
Denny J. B., watchman W D Co 
Denny Thomas, watchman C P B B, res W s Campbell bet 

Atlantic and Pacific, W O 
Denslow Harmon, student University 

Dent F. S., draughtsman C P B B, res 931 Sacramento, S F 
Depold George, cook Berkeley Laundry 
Derby Edward M., lumber dealer, res S s East Fourteenth 

nr Julian, Fruit Vale 
Derby Henry, with J. S. Derby, res 865 East Fifteenth 
Derby J. S., proprietor Oak Grove Tannery, res 861 East 

Twelfth 
Dereg Annie, domestic, W s Center nr Tenth, W O 
Dermody Patrick, porter Grand Central Hotel 
Dermot John, contractor and builder, res 214 Eighth 
Detels Henry D., saloon (S F) res Ws Chester nr Tenth 
Detels Martin, grocer (S F) res W s Peralta nr Seward 
Deuschle John J., carpenter, res Forty-second nr Telegraph 
av 

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OAKLAND [J)] DIRECTORY. 159 

Devanney George T., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Devers Martin J., painter, res E s Willow nr Lincoln, W O 

Devine James, fireman CPEE, res S s Goss bet Wood and 

Willow, W O 
Devine Michael, junk dealer, SE cor Brush and Nineteenth 
Devine Eose, domestic, NW cor Tenth and Madison 
Devine Thomas, stevedore CPEE, res W s Campbell nr 

Railroad av, W O 
Devoe George, res Eland House 

DEWES & GIBSON (Benjamin A. Dewes and Adolphe B. 
Gibson) publishers and proprietors Daily Evening Tri- 
bune, 911 Broadway 
DEWES BENJAMIN A. (Dewes & Gibson) res 568 Ninth 
Dewey Alfred T., publisher, res E s Franklin bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
Dewyer W. L., harnessmaker with James Lentell 
Dexter Frank, candy manufacturer (S F) res S s Merrimac 

nr Telegraph av 
DEXTER LIVERY STABLE, S. A. Brown proprietor, NE 

cor Harrison and Twelfth 
Dey Jay H., carpenter, res 403 Ninth 
DIAMOND PRINTING OFFICE, job and music, J. E. 

White proprietor, NW cor Broadway and Twelfth 
Diamond Robert, seaman, res N s Third nr Center 
Diard Joseph, res W s 13th av nr East Thirty-third, E O 
DICK B. C, agent Phoenix Insurance Co of Hartford, Home 
Insurance Co of New York, London Assurance Corpo- 
ration, La Caisse Generale (French Insurance Corpora- 
tion) 1004 Broadway, res Linden bet Tenth and Twelfth 
Dick L., res Kelsey House 

DICK WILLIAM & CO. (Wm. Dick) dry goods, 478 Ninth 
DICK WILLIAM (Wm. Dick & Co.) res SW cor Telegraph 

av and Nineteenth. 
Dickerson David, carpenter, res N s Taylor bet Cedar and 

Pine, W O 
Dickerson David E., carpenter, res NE cor 13th av and East 

Fourteenth 
Dickerson William L., carpenter, res W s Henry bet West 

Fifth and Seventh 
Dickey John, res 166 Seventh 

Dickley Frank, house raising and moving, res 1003 Franklin 
Diedrichsohn Alexander, saloon and billiards, N s Eailroad 

av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Dietz A. C, merchant (S F) res W s San Pablo av nr Teni- 

escal creek 
Dietz A. E., janitor Dietz Hall, res 326 Twelfth 



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Dietz Hall, A. C. Dietz proprietor, 326 Twelfth 

DEEJVES JOSEPH (Kramm & Dieves) res cor Telegraph av 

and Durant 
DIEVES JOSEPH P., proprietor Three Mile House, San 

Leandro road, three miles E of East Oakland 
Dille Jefferson T., carpenter, res N s Forty-sixth, W of 

Broadway 
Dilley A. H., carpenter, res 716 Fifth 
Dillon E. D., hostler Broadway and Telegraph av R E, W s 

Telegraph av nr Forty-fourtn 
DDLLON JOSEPH M., city assessor, office City Hall, res 56 

Seventh 
Dillon W. J., res S s Third nr Adeline 
Dimon Charles L., insurance (S F), res W s Castro nr 

Eighteenth 
Dimon C. L. jr., clerk with H. L. Boff & Co., res Ws Castro 

nr Eighteenth 
Dimond Hugh, farmer, res 967 Jackson 
Dinsmore L., carpenter, res W s Chester nr Ninth, W O 
Dinsmore Maria, dressmaker, res 1120 Ninth av, E O 
DINSMORE WILLIAM G., physician, drugs and medicines, 

1059 Broadway, office 1055 Broadway, room 2, res 1160 

Alice 
DIRECTORY OF OAKLAND, Wm. B. Hardy agent, 959 

Broadway 
Disney M., photographer, SW cor Seventh and Brush 
Dissoway Henry, oyster dealer, res 807 Market 
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, John B. Glascock, Court House 
Disturnell M. E. Mrs., res 1068 Broadway 
Dix William, laborer^ res cor Willow and Campbell, W O 
Dixon Agnes, widow, res NE cor East Sixteenth and 10th av 
Dixon Edward, mining, res S s Eighteenth nr West 
Dixon James, stableman with O B & F V R R, res cor East 

Sixteenth and 10th av 
Dixon John, res 949 Filbert 

Dixon John B., carpenter, res N s Twenty-fifth nr 8th av, E O 
Dixon Lucas, res 949 Filbert 
Dixon Samuel L., clerk (S F), res 949 Filbert 
Doarfler Joseph, shoemaker, res 751 East Fourteenth 
Dobson E. Mrs., dressmaker, res S s Sixteenth nr Center, 

WO 
Docking Thomas, physician, office and res Bartlett House 
Dodd James, smoother Contra Costa Laundry, cor Fourteenth 

and Peralta, W O 
Dodge C. F., res cor Kirkham and Eighth 
Dodge George S. Gen., res cor Madison and Ninth 



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Dodge John A., policeman, res 260 Fifth 

DODGE JOHN H., proprietor Cosmopolitan Hotel, 859 
Broadway 

Dodge J. Wins, bookkeeper, res SE cor Jefferson and Fifth 

Dodge Lydia J., res Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Dodge William C, principal Peralta School, res 867 Wash- 
ington 

Dods James, president City Council, office City Hall, res 
1006 Webster 

Doe Fred. A., bookkeeper with Luke Doe, res 665 Twelfth 

DOE LUKE, real estate agent, house broker and collector, 
958 Broadway, res 665 Twelfth 

Doe William, carpenter, res Overland House 

Doelion Henry, butcher, res 836 Franklin 

Doherty Ellen, domestic, 1157 Jefferson 

Doherty George W., surveyor, res 721 Fifth 

Doherty J. Mrs., folder Contra Costa Laundry 

Doherty John, fireman Contra Costa Laundry 

Doherty John, surveyor, res 721 Fifth 

Dohn William, carpenter, res N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph 
av 

Dohrmann John Henry, music teacher, res 359 Fourth 

Dolan John, foreman Felton Engine Co. No. 2, res 468 Sixth 

Dolan John, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res Ninth 
bet Webster and Harrison 

Dolan Lizzie Miss, res S s Twenty-second nr Telegraph av 

Dolan Mary Mrs., res 160 Seventh 

Dolan Philip, stableman with A. W. May 

Dolan Thomas, painter, res 160 Seventh 

Dolan Thomas, laborer, res SE cor Chester and Fifth 

Dole William A., carpenter Enterprise Mill, res 858 Clay 

Doling Frank, carpenter, res 835 Clay 

Doling James, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 800 Jef- 
ferson 

Dolly Henry, laborer CPEB, res 306 Seventh 

Dolph Charles, brakeman CPRR 

Donahoo William H., bricklayer, res 310 Fourth 

Donahue B. J. (Viscovich & Donahue) res 360 Fourth 

Donahue James, drawer with Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell, res 
Mechanics' Hotel 

Donahue John T., carpenter, res Chester nr Chase, W O 

Donahue Kate, domestic, S s Dwight way cor Ellsworth, B 

Donahue Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Donald John, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Donelin T. J., telegraph operator and ticket agent CPRR, 
Broadway wharf 

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Donlan M., steward Tubbs' Hotel 

Donlan Maggie, nurse, 930 Adeline 

Donnaten Charles E., laborer C P E E, res 769 East Twelfth 

Donnaten Charles, wines and liquors, 768 East Twelfth, res 

767 East Twelfth 
Donnell John, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Donnellan Thomas, pressman with Butler & Bowman, res 

cor Twenty-eighth and Market 
Donnelly Ellen Mrs., res 562 Fourth 
Donnelly John, machinist (S F) res NW cor Goss and Piu,e, 

WO 
Donnolan Thomas, expressman, cor Broadway and Seventh, 

res cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Donnovan Dennis, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Donohoo William, bricklayer, res SW cor Twenty-first and 

Brush 
Donohue Edward, farmer, res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 
Donohue Michael, laborer, res S s Twenty -fifth nr Broadway 
Donohue Patrick, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe, res 857 

Franklin 
Donovan & Son (Patrick and James P. Donovan) architects, 

856 Eighth, room 15 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, res 810 Alice 
Donovan Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Donovan James, plasterer, res Temescal 
Donovan James, laborer, res E s Telegraph av, 1 mile Uni- 
versity 
Donovan James P. (Donovan & Son) res cor Delger and San 

Pablo av 
Donovan John, laborer, res S s Twenty-seventh nr West 
Donovan John B., printer, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Katie, chambermaid Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Donovan Maggie, domestic, NE cor Fifteenth and West 
Donovan Maggie Miss, milliner with Mrs. J. J. Bettman, res 

613 Sixth 
Donovan Margaret Mrs., res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Patrick (Donovan & Son) res cor Delger and San 

Pablo av 
Donzelmann John, clerk, res 725 Eighth 
Doody Miles, painter, res 565 Sixth 

Dooley Annie, nurse, N s Eighth bet Adeline and Linden 
Dooley — , widow, res N s East Eighteenth bet 13th and 

14th avs 
Dooling James, dairy, W s Broadway nr Weston av 
DOOLHTLE HENRY (How & Doolittle) res W s Jefferson 

bet Third and Fourth 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



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Doran Jeremiah, bricklayer, res cor Second and University 
av, W B 

Dorey Alfred, molder, res 756 Brush 

Dorn Marcellus, student University 

Dorn S. H., butcher San Francisco Market, res 836 Broad- 
way 

Dornan "William, calker W. D. Co 

Dornin George I)., insurance agent (S F) res Dwight Way 
nr Piedmont Way, Berkeley 

Dornin George W., student University 

Dornin Oscar G., paying teller Union National Gold Bank, 
res Berkeley 

Dorrell J. G., carpenter, res 577 Eighth 

Dorwin George W., res S s Third nr Jackson 

Doty William G., compositor Tribune, res Newlands Hotel 

Doud Barnard, laborer, res 725 Myrtle 

Doud C. C. C, clerk with Parker & Barrett, res W s Madi- 
son nr Fifteenth 

Dougherty Cecelia Miss, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 

Dougherty Fannie, domestic, 859 Washington 

Dougherty Sarah, chambermaid Tubbs Hotel 

Douglas Aaron, carriage painter with E. Bangle, res Union 
Hotel 

Douglas George, dishwasher Grand Central Hotel 

Douglas John, res Grand Central Hotel 

DOUGLAS NATHAN S. (Babcock & Douglas) res N s 
Thirtieth bet Adeline and Chestnut 

Douglas O. P., carpenter, res W s Union nr Twenty-sixth 

Douglass Duncan, molder, res E s Willow nr Atlantic, W O 

Douglass N. S., tinner, res cor Thirtieth and Chester 

Doulan Maria, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 

Dove Jennie Mrs., hairdresser, 903 Webster 

Dow Esther, dressmaker, 856 Clay 

Dow H. W., carpenter, res Park House, W B 

i Dow L., res S s Third nr Adeline 

Dowden John, laborer with Taylor & Co., res SE cor Center 
and Third 

Dowley R. J., carpenter, res 527 Seventh 

Dowling M. F., miller (S F) res SE cor Wood and Twelfth, 
WO 

Dowling Richard H., carpenter, res S s Fortieth near Tele- 
graph av 

Dowling T., res SW cor Cedar and William, W O 

Dowling Thomas, carpenter W D Co 

Down George, boarding, S s Railroad av bet Pine and 
Cedar, W O 



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Downey Charles G., with John Miller, res 1753 Kailroad av 
Downey Francis, laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and Fifth 
Downey John H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Broadway nr First 
Downey Matthew, brakeman CPRK, res Oakland Wharf 
Downey William Mrs., widow, res 665 Fifth 
DOWNING ALBERT, cigars and tobacco, 456 Ninth, res 

S s Ninth nr Washington 
Downing Theodore (Johnson & Downing) res 413 Fourth 
Doyle David, boilermaker, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Doyle John, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Doyle Lawrence, laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 
Drain Michael, laborer, res cor West and Lydia 
Drake George W., wood and*coal (S F) res N s Seward nr 

Willow av, W O 
DRAPER CHARLES F., physician and surgeon, office and 

res 957 Washington 
Drennon James, engineer, res 1014 Eleventh av, E O 
Drennon James jr., res 1014 Eleventh av, E O 
Dressell Fred, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dressier George, boot and shoemaker, store and res 624 

East Twelfth 
Drew George, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Drew George I., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Dreyer John H., bootmaker with F. Senram & Co., res cor 

Seventh and Harrison 
Dreyfus B., variety store and res 1504 Railroad av 
Drinkwater A. M., clerk with Codogan, Smith & Co., res 

962 Clay 
Drinkwater L. H., master mariner, res N s Fifteenth nr 

Jefferson 
Driscoll D., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Driscoll Dennis, sail maker, res S s Atlantic bet Willow 

and Campbell, W O 
Driscoll James, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

CampbeU, W O 
Driscoll Jerry, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Campbell, W O 
Driscoll John, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

CampbeU, W O 
Driscoll Katie, Nurse, 5 Pine, "W O 
Drosbach Andrew, sawyer with Shakespear & Walter, res N 

s Elm nr Grove 
DRUCKER HERMANN, proprietor Capital Saloon, 1055 

Thirteenth av, E O, res 1073 Commerce 

Insure your Houses -with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



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OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 165 

Drugen James, laborer, res 314 Third, rear 

Drum John 8., capitalist, 462 Eighth, res 953 Market 

DRYDEN WILLIAM S., groceries, NE cor Twenty-second 
and Curtis 

Drynen John, conductor U. S. Mint, (SF) res 227 Tenth 

Du Boce Maria, scouring, 458 Twelfth 

Du Pry Ernest G., student University 

Ducker James W., bartender with J. J. Hanifm, res Alta 
House 

Luckett E., res W s Henry bet West Fifth and Seventh 

Dudley Martin, expressman, res 911 Alice 

Dudley C. E., conductor C PER, res N s Goss bet Wood 
and Pine, W O 

Dudra Joseph, laborer CPRE, res 116 Jackson, (S F) 

Duffey Patrick, saloon and res Ws San Pablo av nr Berkeley 

Duffey Patrick, wood and coal, res W s San Pablo av NW 
Temescel 

Duffey Catherine, seamstress, E s Jackson nr Fifteenth 

Duffey Edward, carpenter Enterprise Mills, res 835 Clay 

Dufit Mary Mrs., res 370 Third 

Dugan George, lather, res N s Twelfth nr Kirkham, W O 

Dugan Thomas, laborer, res N s West Fifth bet Filbert and 
Linden 

Duggan Mary, housekeeper, 860 Seventh 

Duhrkoop & Goodman (C. B. and J. Duhrkoop and G. 
Goodman) mnfrs artificial stone, 956 Broadway 

Duhrkoop Charles B. (Duhrkoop & Goodman) 956 Bdwy 

Duhrkoop J. (Duhrkoop & Goodman) 956 Broadway 

Duitchman John, gardener, res 563 East Twelfth 

Dulion A. (H. & A. Dulion) res 417 Ninth 

Dulion H. & A., butchers, 420 Ninth 

Dulion H. (H. & A. Dulion) res SE cor Seventh and Frank- 
lin 

Dulion Henry J., butcher, res S s Twenty-fifth bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway 

Dulion Mathew, butchers with H. & A. Dulion, res 417 
Ninth 

Dun John S., painter, res 323 Eleventh > 

Dunand M. A., res 518 Fourth 

Dunbar William, machinist Cal Watch Co., res cor Shattuck 
and Rose, Berkeley Ville 

Duncan Fannie Mrs., res 719 Tenth 

Duncan George, res Fruit Vale av 

Duncan G. J., conductor C P B B, res Oakland Wharf 

Duncombe Lucy M., res W s College av one-half niile south 
from Asylum, Berkeley 



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Dundass Noah, stableman with James Brown, res Golden 
Star Hotel 

Dungan R. M., carpenter, res nr junction Campbell and 
Peralta W O 

DUNHAM & BLUETT (A. M. Dunham and W. H.' Blu- 
ett) photographers crayon, water colors and ink work,. 
1157 Broadway 

DUNHAM A. M. (Dunham & Bluett) res 523 Tenth 

Dunham Clarrissa Mrs., res 523 Tenth 

Dunham Frederick, painter, res 858 Jefferson 

Dunham George P., hackman Fashion Stable, res 524 Sixth 

Dunham O. S., carriage painter, res 858 Jefferson 

Dunham "Woodruff, res 612 East Fifteenth 

Dunlap Henry, carpenter, res W s Curtis nr Lydia 

Dunmire Samuel S., carriagemaker with T. D. "Weymouth, 
res W s Franklin bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Dunn John, res W s Filbert nr Eighteenth 

Dunn J. S., painter with C. B. Rutherford 

Dunn Margaret Mrs., res Tremont House 

Dunn Martin, farmer, resE s College av nr Asylum, Berkeley 

Dunn Mary, domestic, 463 Thirteenth 

Dunn RusSell L., student University 

Dunn Samuel W. , book agent, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 

Dunnin E. B., coiner U S Mint (S F) res N s Fourteenth bet 
Grove and Castro 

Dunnovan Daniel, laborer, res cor Center and Thirteenth, 
WO 

Dunnovan Thomas, laborer, res S s Twenty-fourth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Dunphy Thomas "W. , lather, res N s Twentieth nr Brush 

Dunshee Bertram H., student University 

Dunster Isaac, res 469 Fourth 

Durant Jane, widow, res W s 10th av bet East Seventeenth 
and East Eighteenth 

Durant Mary E. Mrs., res NW cor Seventeenth and Franklin 

Durant School, H. P. Carleton principal, cor Grove and 
Twenty-eighth 

Durelle Anna Mrs., res 462 Twelfth • . 

Durelle Lilian Miss, res 462 Twelfth 

DURHAM & BUFFETT (John P. Durham and Charles C. 
Buffett) carriagemakers, cor Eighth and Washington 

Durham James, porter C P R R 

DURHAM JOHN P. (Durham & Buffett) res Sixteenth bet 
Clay and Jefferson 

Durr Joseph, sausagemaker, res N s East Fifteenth bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth avs 

Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



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Durst J., farmer, res W s Adeline nr Twelfth W 
Durst John H., student University 

Dusinbury J. B., inrurance agent, res E s Adeline nr Six- 
teenth 
Dusinbury Myron T s , notary public and teller The Oakland 
Bank of Savings, office 915 Broadway, res E s Adeline 
bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth 
Dusinbury Theodore, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 

13th av 
Dutcher Kobert B., res 420 First 
Dutit L., bookkeeper, res 1057 Alice 
Dutton Henry, blacksmith with King & Williams, res 369 

Eleventh 
Duty Warren L., res 756 Sixth 
Dwain James, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Dwain Joseph, stockbroker (S F) res Alta House 
Dwinelle Herman, student University 

Dwyer Ann, widow, res W s Telegraph av one mile S of Uni- 
versity 
Dwyer Anna, seamstress, 912 Filbert 
Dwyer Cornelius, teamster, res 408 Fifth 
Dyer Adresta Miss, res cor Peralta and Magnolia 
Dyer D. E. Mrs., res W s Telegraph av nr Seventeenth 
DyerG. F., bricklayer, res cor Peralta and Magnolia 
Dyer J. P., mining, res W s Jackson bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth 
Dyer Mary J. Mrs., res junction Peralta and Magnolia 
Dyer S. J., plasterer, res cor Peralta and Magnolia 
Dyer William H., janitor, res N s East Sixteenth nr 22d av 



E 

Eadon William H., druggist, res N s Walton nr Grove 

Eagan F. Dillon, res Kelsey House 

Eager Henry ,T., student University 

Eager Thomas, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 13th av 

Eagle House, William Throssel proprietor, 612 Broadway 

Eahart John, miller with Babcock & Gould, res 413 Third 

Earl — , res W s Market opp Thirteenth 

Earle John H., wines and liquors, res NW cor East Tenth 

9th av 
Earley Michael, laborer C P B E, res Bailroad Exchange 

Hotel 
Earley S. G. (Earley, Smith & Dailey) res 1211 Franklin 



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Earley, Smith & Dailey (S. G. Earley, W. B. Smith, and 
Willbur F. Dailey) agents Davis Sewing Machines, 
1101 Broadway 

Earll Warner, atty-at-law, res N s East Fourteenth nr 32d 
av, Fruit Vale 

Earnest J. T., commission merchant (SF) res 963 Clay 

Easton Fred., upholsterer with E. Hook, res Harrison nr 
Fourteenth 

East Oakland, Fruit Vale and Mill's Seminary Railroad Co, 
Alex. W. May superintendent, office SE cor 12th av and 
Eleventh 

EAST OAKLAND STONEWARE POTTERY, Bundock & 
Bros, proprietors, cor 18th av and East Twelfth 

Easterby Frank G., student University 

Eastern Hotel, William F. Mariante proprietor, 714 East 
Twelfth 

Eastland A. J., res Tubbs' Hotel 

EASTLAND VAN LEER, superintendent Oakland Gas- 
light Co, res SW cor Sixth and Grove 

Eastman Francis G., foreman Oakland Paving Co, res Ns 
Twenty -fifth nr Telegraph av 

Eastman H. P., engineer C P E E, res cor Railroad av and 
Henry 

Eastman Moses H., superintendent Oakland Paving Co, res 
E s Valley bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 

Easton James, res E s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Eaton Charles H., lumber surveyor (S F) res S s Lincoln nr 
Campbell, W O 

Eaton M. Mrs., res 376 Seventh 

Eberhardt Adolph, merchant, res 720 Tenth 

Eccles William E., foreman with J. J. O'Shea, res N s Twen- 
tieth nr Brush 

Eckert Louis, butcher with Adam Koob 

Eckles Clement, carpenter, res 814 Clay 

Eckels William, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 
av and Lusk 

EDDINGS W. E., wines and liquors, N s Railroad av bet 
Wood and Pine, res West Oakland House 

Eddy Thompson, gardener, res N s Twenty-sixth nr West 

Edgar Archibald, laborer, res S s Bancroft Way nr Tele- 
graph av, Berkeley 

Edgar Arthur, farmer, res cor West and Nolan 

Edgar James, mining, res 776 Thirteenth 

Edgerly Abe, painter with C. B. Rutherford 

Edlen John, fireman C P R R, res 1056 Thirteenth av, E 

Edmonds Walter J., barber, res 833 Franklin 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [E] DIRECTORY. 169 

Edwards Clara D. Miss, teacher Preparatory Department 
Mill's Seminary 

Edwards David B., res 175 Eighth 

Edwards Edward W., carpenter, res N s West Fifth bet Cen- 
ter and Chester 

Edwards Ellen, nurse, 1065 Broadway 

Edwards George C, instructor mathematics University 

Edwards George H., operator Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph 
Co, res Knox House 

Edwards George S., student University 

EDWARDS GEORGE W., notary public and proprietor 
Arlington Candy Factory, 457 Ninth, res E s San Pablo 
av bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

Edwards H., brakeman CPEK, res Oakland Wharf 

Edwards James, physician, office and res NE cor Seventh 
and Adeline 

Edwards John, painter, res SE cor Alice and Second 

Edwards John S., ropemaker, res Ns East Twenty-third bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

Edwards Justis, carpenter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Edwards R. W., jeweler (S F) res 1054 Twelfth 

Edwards W. E., bellowsmaker (S F) res S s Lincoln nr 
Wood, W O 

Edwards William, carpenter, res 522 East Fourteenth 

Edwards William's., proprietor Knox House, Ws Tele- 
graph av bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

Eells Charles P., atty-at-law (S F) res W s Telegraph av nr 
Hobart 

Eells James Kev., pastor First Presbyterian Church, res 
Telegraph av nr Hobart 

Egan John, coachman, res NW cor Third and Chestnut 

Egbert Kobert S., farmer, res 1123 Myrtle 

Egert Eouis, butcher, res S s Sycamore nr San Pablo 

Egert Louis H., butcher, res E s Grove nr Twenty-sixth 

Eggers O., laborer Grove-st Planing Mill, res Broadway bet 
First and Second 

EGGERT WILLIAM W. (Moody & Eggert) res cor Pine 
and Goss, W O 

Eiben Fred. G., clerk with A. Ht Hansen, res cor Wood 
and William 

Eichman P. G., barber with E. Mosca, res, 213 Seventh. 

Eien C, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

Eimer F. W., bootmaker with F. W. Stevenson, res 1020 
Broadway 

Ekblon Cnarles, shipwright W D Co *V 

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Ekey Eobert, stairbuilder, res 310 Fifth 
Elamanzi Agnes Miss, res S s Short nr Cedar, W O 
Elamanzi Harriet Mrs., res S s Short nr Cedar, W 
Eland Edward, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res SE 

cor Sycamore and San Pablo 
ELAND HOUSE, Eobert Eland proprietor, 845 Franklin 
ELAND ROBERT, proprietor Eland House, 845 Franklin 
Eland William, oysterman with N. Williams, 551 Broadway 
Elder Alexander, commission merchant, 204 Front (S F) res 

N s Merrimac nr Telegraph av 
Elford Alfred T., foreman with Blethen & Terry, res 610 

Fifth 
Elford E., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Elford Richard, sash and doormaker withBurnham, Stande- 

ford & Co., res 608 Fifth 
Elford W. R., sash and doormaker with Burnham, Stande- 

ford & Co., res 608 Fifth 
Eliason Horace D., clerk Post-Offlce, res 916 Myrtle 
Ellard Hattie, domestic, Knox House 
Eller Peter, barkeeper Grand Central Hotel 
Elley Reuben, butcher with H. Liese, res 769 East Twelfth 
Elliot Alfred T., res 1061 Grove 
Elliot HemanC, teamster, res NW cor 12th av and East 

Fifteenth 
Elliott Albert, whitener, res cor Twenty-s.ixth and Adeline 
Elliott Charles H., laborer, res West End Hotel 
Elliott E. S., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 13th 

av bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
Elliott Fred., editor Oakland Daily News, res W s San 

Pablo av nr Twenty -second 
Elliott James, teamster, res 616 Second 
Elliott Kate Miss, teacher Durant School, res 311 Stockton 

(SF) 
Elliott Robert, teamster with Grove-st Planing Mill, res 657 

Grove 
EUiott Robert W., res 1274 Franklin 
Ellis Alexander, machinist C P R R, res E s Peralta, bet 

Third and Fifth 
Ellis C, res 1001 Franklin 
Ellis C. H., carpenter, res 711 Castro 
Ellis Caroline H., widow, res 711 Castro 
Ellis Carrie M., teacher Frankin Grammar School, res cor 

6th av and East Tenth 
Ellis Grace Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. A. S. Baker, res cor 

Thirteenth and Franklin 



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OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 171 

Ellis James, produce commission, 500 Sansome (S F) res 
526 Ninth 

Ellis John, painter, res E S 11th av bet East Sixteenth and 
East Seventeenth 

Ellis John, gardener, University, res Strawberry Creek and 
Telegraph av, Berkeley 

Ellis Kate, domestic, 1102 Myrtle 

Ellis Eichard W., physician (S F) res 1036 Brash 

Ellis Sarah, domestic, S s Hawthorne nr Telegraph av 

Ellis William, laborer, res The Home, Berkeley 

Ellis William, hostler with -Joseph P. Dieves, res San Le- 
andro road 3 miles E of Brooklyn 

Ellis — , fireman CPE E, res Goss bet Wood and Pine, 
W O 

Ellsworth C. F. Miss, boarding house, 411 Twelfth 

Ellsworth L. Mrs., dressmaking, res S s Thirteenth nr 
Broadway 

Ellwood William B., groceries and liquors, NW cor Twelfth 
and Kirkham, W O 

Elmore Samuel, bookkeeper (S F) res N s Sycamore nr Tel- 
egraph av 

Elsey Charles, farmer and live stock, res 653 Eleventh 

Ely Ann Mrs., res NE cor Twenty-sixth and Union 

Ely Oliver C, capitalist, res 1057 Washington 

Elzy E. J., mining, res 1118 Market 

Erne Claude, res cor Eighth and Kirkham 

Erne Ernest, jeweler, res cor Eighth and Kirkham 

Emerson D. L., capitalist, 907 Broadway, res Ns Thirteenth 
bet Broadway and Franklin 

Emerson E. Mrs., res Kelsey House 

Emerson Louie Miss, teacher, res E s Adeline nr San Pa- 
blo av 

EMERSON WILLIAM H., proprietor Brooklyn Dining 
Boom, NE cor East Eleventh and 13th av 

Emery Joseph S., contractor (S F) res J mile N junc Per- 
alta and San Pablo av 

Emery Nellie Miss, res West Oakland Lodging House 

Emmett Alfred, stableman with J. C. Trescott, res 405 
Twelfth 

Emmit James, cook, Humboldt Hotel 

Emond Peter, painter with C. B. Kutherford 

EMPIRE RESTAURANT, Moses G. Morse proprietor, 858 
Broadway 

Emslie Charles, machinist, res 802 Brush 

Engebretson F., laborer, res S s Fifth bet Filbert and Myr- 
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Engelberg Peter, carpenter, res Stewart, s Hotel 
ENGINEER CITY, Thomas J. Arnold, office City Hall 
Engle Fred., butcher, res 836 Broadway 
English John T., carpenter, res S s Twelfth nr Kirkham, 

WO 
English Warren B., res E s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 
Ennis Abraham, res N s Lincoln nr Willow, W O 
Ennis Antone, watchman W D Co, res S s Fifth bet Chester 

and Henry 
Ennis James, carriage finisher with Durham & Buffett, res 

1054 Franklin 
Ennis John, plumber with Dalziel & Moller 
Ennis Thomas, engineer Engine Co. No. 1, res S s Fifteenth 

nr Clay 
Ennis William, driver Hook and Ladder No. 1, res 468 Sixth 
Enos Frank, laborer CPEE, res N s East Sixteenth bet 

13th and 14th avs 
Ensign Charles H., engineer with Babcock & Gould, res S s 

» Third nr Alice 
ENTERPRISE MILLS (Planing) Cal. Bridge and Building 

Co. proprietors, SW cor Second and Grove 
Enwald John, bartender with J. J. Hanifin, res cor Webster 

and Second 
Erhart J. G., nurseryman with W. F. Kelsey, res cor Grove 

and Twenty-seventh 
Erhart Philip, driver with W. T. Sagehorn 
Erick George, res 707 East Twelfth 
Erickson Charles, res Eagle House 
Erie Erickson J., upholsterer with Chris. Schreiber, res 938 

Howard, S F 
Erlan Simon, shipwright W D Co 
Ermath Philip, lumberman (S F) res NW cor Eighteenth 

and Myrtle 
Ernster Frank, teamster with P. Schreiber, res San Pablo 

av bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Errickson E., tailor with M. J. Healy, res Golden Star Hotel 
Erwin Stuart, coachman, 704 Eighth 
Esta B., teamster, res Union Hotel, E O 
Estell Thomas, porter CPEE 
Esterly E. G., woodturner, res SW cor Chester and Third, 

WO 
Estill Mary Miss, res SW cor Telegraph av and Delger 
Eureka Hotel, H. H. Meyer proprietor, SW cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Eustace James, painter, res N s William bet Pine and Cedar 

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Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
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Evans C. W., widow, res E s 11th av bet East Eleventh and 

East Twelfth 
Evans Edward, laundryman, Contra Costa Laundry 
Evans Edward K., mining (S F) res E s Telegraph av nr 

Mc'Clure's Academy 
Evans — , hostler, 626 Eighth 
Evans Pierce, atty-at-law, res 517 Third 
Evans Thomas, physician, res Bartlett House 
Evans West, tie contractor CPEE, res N s Sycamore nr 

Telegraph av 
Everett A. P., commission merchant (S F) res 1117 Ninth 

av, EO 
Everett Carleton, student University 
Everett D. H., bookkeeper, res 1117 Ninth av, E O 
Everett Edward, salesman with Weaver & Taylor (S F) res 

S s Eighth nr Castro 
EVERSON MARK (W. & M. Everson) res 763 Webster 
EVERSON W. & M., hardware, tools and agricultural im- 
plements, SW cor Ninth and Broadway 
EVERSON WAULACE (W. & M. Everson) res 763 Web- 
ster 
Evoy J. E. Mrs., res E s San Pablo av nr Adeline 
Ewens Henry, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Ewing J. C, solicitor, res E s Broadway nr Bay 
Eyman August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Eyrich George, deckhand steamer Louise, res 707 East 

Twelfth • 
Ezekiels E. M., widow, res E s Telegraph av nr Edward 
Ezekiels Mark, auctioneer, 301 Twelfth, res 1017 Webster 



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Fairbanks Dolphus D., sudent University 

Fairbanks Charles, res S s Golden Gate av nr Elm 

Fairbanks Frank J., student University 

Fairchild James C, surveyor, res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 

Fairchild M. E. Mrs., res SW cor Clayand Twelfth 

FAIRCHILD O. L. 0., president Oakland News Co., res 770 

Thirteenth 
Fairchilds Robert, brakeman C P R R, res Oakland Wharf 
Falkner James, carpenter, res N s Thirtieth nr Union 
Fallan Edward, painter, res W s Telegraph av, 1 mile S from 

University 
Fallen John F., laborer, res N s Twenty-second nr Brush 
Fallmer R. F., carpenter and builder, 423 Tenth, res 421 

Tenth 
Fallon James, laborer W D Co 
Fallon James, res S s Third nr Magnolia 
Fallon Lizzie, domestic, 950 Adeline 
Fallon Malachi, res 56 Seventh 

Fannon John, laborer, res E s Lewis bet Third and Fifth 
FARDON G. R. (Bluett & Fardon) res Russell House 
Farensi Domingo, laborer, res ^ mile N Temescal 
Farley Cecilia Mrs., res 462 Third 
FARLEY EBEN C, deputy county clerk, res NW cor 

Castro and Ninth 
Farley Luke, laborer, res Central House 
Farley M., laborer Grove-st Planing Mill 
Farley Michael, engineer, res W s Linden nr Twenty-second 
FARLEY ROBERT, marble works, Broadway bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth, res cor Grove and Sycamore 
Farmer Rudolph, carpenter, 716 Broadway, res Washington 

bet Third and Fourth 
Farmer William, driver with Landon & Co., res Mechanics' 

House 
Farmer William E., machinist, res 408 Fifth 
Farnam Edward, srock broker, res 1014 Ninth av, E O 
FARNO A. C, collector, 470 Seventh, res NW cor Fifteenth 

and Brush 
Farno A. C, physician, res NW cor Fifteenth and Brush 
Farnum A. L. Mrs., dressmaking, res 514 Sixth 
Farnum J. E., res E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Farquhar Mary Mrs., res 819 Webster 
Farran John, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
Farrell Edward T., res 550 Seventh 

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Farrell James, car repairer C P E R, res cor Taylor and 

Lincoln, W O 
Farrell James, laborer CPEK, res cor Wood and Seward, 

WO 
Farrell John, boot and shoemaker, 422 Third 
Farrell John, butcher, 903 Willow 
Farrell John, groceries, store and res 1700 Eighth 
Farrell John, fireman C P E E, res cor Eighth and Willow, 

WO 
Farrell William, restaurant Newlands Hotel 
Farren W. D., deputy Tax Collector, res 612 Ninth 
Farrington E. D., proprietor Oakland Warehouse, res 1207 

Franklin 
Farrington M. J. Mrs., res Tremont House 
FARWELL & GARRIGAN (F. M. Farwell and J.H. Gar- 

rigan) paints, oils, varnishes, glass, brushes and wall 

paper, 864 Broadway 
FARWELL & HIRSHBERG (George E. Farwell and David 

S. Hirshberg) gents' furnishing goods, 1103 Broadway 
FARWELL F. M. (Farwell & Garrigan) res 371 Eighth 
BARWELL GEORGE E. (Farwell & Hirshberg) 418 Fifth 
Faschian Herman, cook with Haugsted & Petersen, res 809 

Jackson 
FASHION LIVERY STABLE, McCleverty & Noblett 

proprietors, 860 Broadway 
Fassett H. H., insurance (S F) res W s Wood nr Seward, 

WO 
Faulkner C. S. Mrs., res W s Grove nr Nineteenth 
Fauntleroy William H., surveyor, res cor Fourteenth and 

Market 
Fearey Joseph H., collector, res E s Grove nr Caledonia av 
Fearey Mary Mrs., res cor Grove and Caledonia 
Fearey Robert D., plumber with James McGivney, res N s 

Spring nr Adeline 
Fearey Theodore H., bookkeeper with Dalziel & Moller, res 

cor Grove and Caledonia av 
Fearley — Mrs., seamstress, res 461 Ninth 
Fee John, res 1001 Franklin 

Fee John D., architect, res W s Valley nr Twenty-fourth 
Fee Patrick, farmer, res E s College av, one-half mile south 

Asylum, Berkeley 
Feeney Daniel, switchman C P E E, res Star House, W O 
Feeney Mark, laborer, res 1122 Fifteenth av 
Feeney Mary, domestic, 930 Adeline 
Feeny James, superintendent laborers U S Appraiser's Store, 

res 1720 Eighth, W O 

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Feiling Louis H., bookkeeper, res N s East Thirty-second 

nr 13th av, Lynn 
Fell Owen, res S s East Seventeenth bet 13th and 14th avs 
Fellows E. C, superintendent Western Division CPRK, 

res 940 Myrtle 
Felt Joseph, waiter, res Goss nr Cedar, W O 
Felton Edward S., brakeman C P EE, res Union Hotel, EO 
Felton Engine Co., No. 2, J. Dolan foreman, 468-470 Sixth 
Felton John B., atty-at-law (S F) res 930 Adeline 
Felver Daniel, cigars, NW cor Twelfth and Broadway, res 

Twenty-eighth nr West 
Fenchler John L., butcher with J. Shultz, res Mechanics' 

Home 
Fenn Thomas W., bookkeeper (S F) res N s Prospect av nr 

Broadway 
Fenner Almeron, painter, res 464 Third 
Fenner Edgar, painter, res 464 Third 
FENNESSY JOHN, proprietor Oakland Billiard Parlor, 

863 Broadway, res 662 Sixth 
Fenton A., shipwright W D Co, res Soracco House, W O 
Fenton Bridget, domestic, SE cor 5th av and East Eleventh 
Fergus Patrick, res Mansion House, E O 
Ferguson G. G., solicitor, res S s Bay pi nr Broadway 
Fernandez J. L., groceries, store and res junction Adeline 

and San Pablo av 
Ferraioli Vincent, barber with John Silva, res 627 East 

Twelfth 
Ferral James, student Golden Gate Academy 
Ferre Ella Miss, student University 
Ferre' H. E., stock dealer, res S s Eighth nr Myrtle 
Ferris B. F. Mrs., res 468 Fifth 

Ferris D. C, mining (S F) res E s Jackson nr Fifteenth 
Ferris Eichard, res W s Center nr Third 
Ferris E. J., compositor West Oakland Press, res Bartlett 

House 
FFRENCH NICHOLAS, groceries and liquors, 721 Linden, 

res 723 Linden 
Fick Annie Mrs., fancy goods, 1761 Eailroad av, W O 
Fick August, painter, res 1761 Eailroad av, W O 
Fick Emile, engineer C P E E, res 476 East Eleventh, E O 
Fiddler Hercules, gardener, cor Merrimac and Broadway 
Fiege Eichard, upholsterer, res S s Taylor nr Willow av, W O 
Field Edward G., carpenter, res N s Short nr Bay, W O 
Field E. G., carpenter, res N s Eailroad av nr Cedar 
Field H. N. Miss, principal Home School for Young Ladies, 

S s Hobart bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 



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Field James C, niillman, res W s Cedar nr Division, W O 

Fierfort Soe' Mme., furnished rooms, 626 Third 

Fiering Charles, laborer Washington Brewery 

FIFTY ASSOCIATES, G. W. Armes president, E. C. Ses- 
sions secretary, office 462 Eighth 

Fike Nathan, junk dealer, res NW cor Fifth and Peralta 

Fike S., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Fike Spencer, plumber with Babcock & Douglas, res W s 
Peralta nr Fifth, W O 

Filby James, cook Eastern Hotel 

Fillio Nelson, special policeman, res NW cor 12th av and 
East Fifteenth 

Fillman Philip, res NE cor East Eleventh and Thirteenth 

Fillmore James, clerk with D. Rathjen, res NW cor Jeffer- 
son and Fifth 

Fillmore John, gardener, res N s Twenty-first nr Brush 

Filmerr Rudolph, carpenter, res 655 Washington 

Filmore — , res S s Thirteenth nr Center, W O 

Finch H. G., farmer, res 222 East Fifteenth 

Finch William H., bookkeeper (S F) res cor Seward and 
Pine, W O 

Fincke H. W., expressman, res E s San Pablo av nr Twenty- 
Seventh 

Findley Thomas, res Kelsey House 

Finegan James C., tinsmith, res 914 West Fifth 

Finkeldey Frederick, butcher with H. Finkeldey, res Eagle 
House 

FINKELDEY HENRY, butcher, 705 Broadway, res 609 
Harrison 

Finley James, fireman, res 714 Franklin 

Finn John, piledriver, res SE cor Railroad av and Wood 

Finnell J. Miss, hairworker (S F) res S s Forty-sixth nr 
Telegraph av 

Finney A. R., blacksmith, res S s East Seventeenth bet 5th 
and 6th avs 

Finney G. W. Mrs., res 473 Eleventh 

Finney J. W. J., compositor Transcript, res 456 Eighth 

Finnie Walter F., student University 

FINNIGAN MICHAEL J., house and sign painter, res S s 
Nineteenth bet Brush and Castro 

Finucane W. M,, teacher, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
third 

Fipps Joseph, farmer, res 600 Twelfth 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. B. S. McLafferty pastor, 
SE cor Fourteenth and Brush 



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FIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK OF OAKLAND, V. D. 

Moody president, G. M. Fisher cashier, 969 Broadway 
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Kev. James Eelis, 

pastor, NE cor Franklin and Fourteenth 
Firth John, sawfiler C P R R, res cor Railroad av and 

Cedar, W O 
Fischer George, laborer Washington Brewery 
Fischer Max, wagonmaker with Benj . Kneale, res Humboldt 

House 
Fischer William, waiter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Fish M. W., physician, res 461 East Fourteenth 
Fish Nathaniel P., shoemaker, res 860 East Fourteenth 
Fish Russell S., capitalist, res SE cor Ninth and Grove 
Fish W. H., carpenter W D Co 

Fisher A. D., carpenter W D Co, res Cedar nr Goss 
Fisher Beriah T., carpenter, res 358 Seventh 
Fisher D., fireman C P R R, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Fisher E. E., printer, res SW cor Thirtieth and Linden 
Fisher Frederick, plumber with John Spencer 
Fisher George, painter, res Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
FISHER G. M., cashier First National Gold Bank, res 409 

Filbert 
Fisher Jacob, fireman C P R R, res N s Goss nr Cedar, W 
Fisher John, painter, res SW cor Clay and Fourth 
Fisher Michael, groceries, SW cor Clay and Fourth 
Fisher Luther P., advertising agent (S F) res N s Brown nr 

West 
Fisher Thomas, plasterer, res S s Forty-sixth nr Tele- 
graph av 
Fisk Fred., carpeiiter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Fisk J. E., printer, res N 1054 Broadway 
FISK LEANDER, groceries and liquors, store and res cor 

Third and Adeline 
Fisk William H., carpenter, res N s William bet Cedar and 

Bay, W O 
Fitch — , carpenter, res N s University av nr Second, W B 
FITZELL PETER (Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell) res 804 Jef- 
ferson 
Fitzgerald David, laborer with Taylor & Co, res W s Twen- 
tieth bet West and Market 
FITZGERALD E., boots and shoes, 835 Broadway, res 815 

Washington 
Fitzgerald Edward J., salesman with O'Connell & Co., res 

W s Twentieth bet Curtis and West 
Fitzgerald Frederick, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 461 
Ninth 



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Fitzgerald James, laborer, res N s Forty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 
Fitzgerald James, stableman, res 1021 Third 
Fitzgerald Katie Miss, dressmaker, res N s Taylor nr Pine, 

WO 
Fitzgerald Kate Mrs., res W s Linden nr Twenty-second 
Fitzgerald Margaret, domestic, E s Telegraph av nr Ply- 
mouth av 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer W D Co 
Fitzgerald M D., laborer, res N s Eleventh nr Center 
Fitgerald Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Fitzgibbon Thomas, driver with L. M. Beaudry, res 362 

Seventh 
Fitzgibbons Thomas, fireman C P R R steamers, res S s 

Fourteenth nr Wood, W O 
Fitzmaurice John, gardener, res S s Fifteenth nr Brush 
Fitzpatrick Rose, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Charter 
Fitzpatrick Thomas J., student University 
Flagg H. H., broker, 420 Montgomery (S F) res 804 Ninth 
Flagg Julia A., proprietress Grand Western Hotel, N s Rail- 
road av bet Wood and Pine 
Flaherty Thomas, laborer, res S s Seventh nr Brush 
Flaherty Thomas, painter, res 363 Eighth 
Flanagan James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Flanagan John, laborer, res 416 Seventh 
Flandin Joseph, special policeman, res Eagle House 
Flanedy Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Flannegan Christopher, laundry, res S s Prospect av nr 

Broadway 
Flannery James, trackwalker C P R R, res Railroad Ex- 
change, W O 
Flannery Joseph, laborer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange 
Fleck Amelia, midwife, res 721 Sixth 
Fleck Gustav, barber with E. Maleton, res 721 Sixth 
Fleming & Trask (John J. Fleming and S. D. Trask) wines 

and liquors, 625 East Twelfth 
Fleming John J. (Fleming & Trask) res 9th av nr Twelfth 
Fleming J. R. Mrs., res 304 Ninth 
Fleming Patrick, laborer Oakland Gaslight Co., res Eagle 

House 
Fletcher John, shoemaker, res E s Grove bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Fletcher Joseph, brakeman, res Goss nr Pine, W 
Fletcher Robert, hackman, res E s Filbert nr Thirtieth 
Fletcher William, foreman Broadway and Telegraph av R R 
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Fletcher W. T., policeman, res 39 Valley 
Flick G. W., carpenter, res Union Hotel, E O 
Flinden Joseph, laborer with Freeman & Jaffe 
Flint A. P., insurance agent (S F) res 1103 Filbert 
Flint Edward P. (Flint, Peadody & Co., S F) res W s Wash- 
ington bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Flint E. T., res W s Castro nr Sixteenth 
FLINT GEORGE B. (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.) res 971 

Brqadway 
Flint Levi, boot and shoemaker, S s Eailroad av bet Wood 

and Pine, res N s Eighth bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Flood Isaac, whitener, res N s East Fifteenth bet 13th and 

14th avs, E O 
Flood William A., stonecutter, res E s West nr Fifteenth 
Flood William E., carpenter, res NE cor Franklin and 

Third 
Flora E H., house mover, res cor Eighteenth and Cypress 
Flora Melcajah R., house mover, res cor Twenty-second 

and Linden 
Floud John W., plumber and gasfitter with Dalziel & Mol- 

ler, 1141 Broadway 
Flugge Charles, stock broker, res 1102 Tenth 
Flynn Agnes, domestic, Blake House 

Flynn Andrew, groceries, NW cor Myrtle and Twenty- 
second 
Flynn Edmond, groceries and liquors, SW cor Post and 

Taylor (S F) res 721 Fourth 
Flynn Hannah, domestic, 1167 Castro 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith C P R R, res Cedar nr Seventh, 

W. O 
Flynn James, upholsterer with C. L. Taylor, res 1057 

Webster 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, res E s Lewis bet Fifth and Seventh 
Flynn Peter, hostler with Shattuck & Hillegass, res 457 

Eighth 
Flynn Richard, laborer, res Cedar nr Eighth, W O 
Flynn — Mrs., res 928 Filbert 
Foard George, laborer, res 818 Twelfth 
Fogarty Thomas, laborer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange, 

WO 
Fogg George E., student University, res W s Webster nr 

Prospect av 
FOGG GEORGE H., justice of peace and real estate, Union 

Savings Bank building, res Webster nr Prospect av 
Fogg George W., superintendent Pacific Iron Works, res SE 

cor Filbert and Railroad av 

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Fogg John B., bricklayer, res 563 Seventh 

Fogg Joseph, carpenter, res 813 Market 

Foley J. J., res W s Peralta nr Lincoln, W O 

Foley John, laborer, res 8 s Twenty-seventh nr Grove 

Foley John, laborer, res Mechanics Hotel 

Foley Thomas, laborer CPKR, res E s Chestnut nr First 

Foley Michael, coachman, 1077 Eighth 

Foley Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Foley Thomas, laborer, res 723 Myrtle, rear 

Foley William H., calker W D Co, res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel, W O 
Folger George S., teamster with Freeman & Jaffe 
Folger James A., spice mills (S F) res N s Taylor nr Wil- 
low, W O 
Folger Samuel G., collector Freeman & Jaffe, res 303 Second 
Folkes Frank, clerk with Mills Bros., res cor Ninth and 

Webster 
Follis Mary, domestic Blake House 
FOLLRATH ADAM, horseshoer and farrier, N s Twelfth 

bet Harrison and Alice, res 964 Castro 
Folsom Edward, plumber with J. A. C. Macdonald, res 806 

Jefferson 
Folte Gustav, bookkeeper with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 

res 410 Tenth 
Fonda David B., engineer CPCR, res N s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W O 
Fonda P. W., coal inspector C PER, res N s Goss bet 

Pine and Wood, W O 
Fones John H. (Waite & Fones) 367 Tenth 
FONTE ANTONIO, general merchandise, NE cor East 

Twelfth and 16th av, res 1114 Sixteenth av E O 
Fonte Henry, clerk with A. Fonte, res 1114 Sixteenth av, E O 
Fonte Joseph, tanner with J. S. Derby, res Eastern Hotel, 

EO 
Fonte Manuel, tanner with J. S. Derby, res Fruit Vale 
Foote William W., atty-at-law (S F) res SE cor Thirteenth 

and Brush ( 

Ford Albin, general merchandise, 1080 Fourteenth av 
Ford J. B., res 665 Grove 

Ford J. B., lumber, res SW cor 5th av and East Ninth 
Ford John A., porter C PRE, res 764 Sixth 
Ford M. A. Mrs., res 954 West Fifth 
Fordman Richard, shipwright W D Co 
FORG CHARLES, proprietor Kihlmeyer's Saloon, 461-463 

Sixth 
Forrester David, carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O] 



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Forrester ^ames, feed and sale stable, 664-666 Franklin 

Forrester J. D., res 373 Fifth 

Forster J. H., widow, res 758 astro 

Forsyth Edwin R., carpenter, res N s Delaware nr Sixth, W B 

Forsythe Robert, res Soracco House, W O 

Fortin V. L., clerk, res 613 Tenth 

Fortman D., ship carpenter, res Central Pacific Railroad 
House, WO 

Fortman Fred., shipwright W D Co 

Foss Walter A., truckman, res 608 Fourth 

Fossard Aimable, collector (S F) res SE cor Thirteenth and 
Peralta, W O 

Foster Charles, laborer, res W s Second nr Soap Factory, 
WB 

Foster Emma Mrs., dressmaker, res 607 Franklin 

Foster Henry A., shipjoiner, res W s Center nr Fifth 

Foster John, laborer C P R R, res Henry bet Fifth and 
Seventh, W O 

Foster John A., carpenter, res E s Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 

Foster Thomas (J. J. O'Brien & Co.) res The Centennial 

Foster Thomas, master mariner, res S s Fifteenth bet West 
and Market 

Foucault Y. M., real estate (S F) res N s Charter nr Tele- 
graph av 

Foulkes James F., physician, 1068 Broadway, res 954 
Webster 

Fountain George, res NE cor Seventeenth and New Brdwy 

Fountain Henry, clerk with Starkweather & Son, res Tele- 
graph av nr Charter 

Fountain William H., real estate, res W s Telegraph av nr 
Charter 

Fowler David C, driver with Thomson Bros., res 669 Third 

Fowler D. C, branch N T Bakery, store and res 1218 Broad- 
way 

Fowler Frank L., bookkeeper with Butler & Bowman, res 
NW cor Fifth and Alice 

Fowler G. B., copyist with County Recorder, res Alvarado 

Fowler J., farmer, res E s College av nr Asylum, Berkeley 

Fowler James H., engineer Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., 
res cor 7th av and East Tenth 

Fowler James M., carpenter, res N s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Fowler Jefferson, res E s Broadway nr Twentieth 

Fowler William (Lyon & Fowler, S F) res 626 Thirteenth 

Fowler W. W. (W. W. Fowler & Co.) res cor Tenth and 
Grove 



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Fowler W. W. & Co. (W. W. Fowler and T. S. Towle) real 

estate agents, 901 Washington 
Fox Charles N., atty-at-law, 528 California (S F) res W s 

Market bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Fox John, coachman, res 621 Thirteenth 
Fox John F., carpenter, res NW cor Willow and William 
Fox John S., furniture, res 369 Fifth 
Fox Lizzie Miss, student University 
Fox M. J. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, store and res 1210 

Broadway 
Fox R. D., carpenter, res NW cor Willow and William 
Fox — , brakeman CPKE, res Grand Western Hotel, W O 
Fox — , Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 412 Fourteenth 
Foy Bridget Mrs., res 562 East Twelfth 
Foy Martin, res 526 East Twelfth 
Fozard George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Franche Peter, baker with Thompson Bros., res NE cor 

Broadway and Eleventh 
Francis Cornelius, whitener, res Ss East Fourteenth nr 20th 

av 
Francis Elihu R., carpenter, res 356 Tenth 
Francis H. E., signpainter with E. A. Bushell, res 356 Tenth 
FRANCIS SAJVTUEL, merchant tailor, 1006 Broadway, res 836 

Clay 
Franck Charles, saloon, res 814 Third 
Frank Jacob, upholsterer with P. Schreiber, res 610 Post 

(SF) 
Frank Lucy, cook, cor Moss and Telegraph avs 
Frank Nathan H., student University 
Frank R. H., machinist, res N s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Campbell, W O 
Franke George, car cleaner CPKE, res William bet Cedar 

and Pine, WO 
Franke John, car cleaner CPEB, res cor William and 

Pine, W O 
Franklin Grammar School. J. H. Sumner principal, NW cor 

10th av and East Fifteenth 
Fransen H., shipwright W D Co P 

Frary Fred., painter, res 522 Second a 

Frasen Louis, dishwasher with Jacob Bieble » 

Fraser D. McG., carpenter, res E s Linden nr Eighteenth $ 
Fraser Hugh R., engineer, res 1050 Third & 

Fraser Samuel W., carpenter, res> 307 Third 
Fraser Thomas Rev., res 916 Myrtle 
Fraser W. C, waiter, SE cor Jackson and Lake 
Frasier John, machinist C P R R, res Grand Western Hotel 

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Frauneider Leopold, locksmith with Kaese & Rode, res 660 
Harrison 

Frazier L., cook Tubbs' Hotel 

Frazier T. J., teamster Hayes, Carrick & Co., res Ames 
Butcher Town 

Frederick J., carnage painter with Sohst Bros., res Sixteenth 
bet Clay and Jefferson 

Frederick John, conductor CP EE, res W s Chester nr 
Eleventh, W O 

Frederick William B., dairy produce, 410 Ninth, res W s 
Brush nr Twenty-first 

Fredericksen Peter, driver Telegraph av R B, res Temescal 

Frederickson William, res SE cor 16th av and East Six- 
teenth 

Free Jane, domestic, cor Chapel and University av, B 

Freeborn William H., butcher, SE cor Chester and Bailroad 
av 

Freel John, plasterer, res N s Twelfth nr Center, W O 

Freeland Albert, laborer W D Co 

FREEMAN & JAFFE (O. K. Freeman and L. Jaffe) job- 
bers and dealers wood and coal, 411 Eighth 

Freeman A., helper Oakland Planing Mills, res 701 Wash- 
ington 

Freeman Charles W., printer with B. F. Sterett (S F) res 
NE cor Lincoln and Wood, W O 

Freeman John, gardener with Orrin Gowell 

Freeman Mary Mrs., res N s Isabella nr San Pablo av 

Freeman M. L., ladies' nurse, res 623 East Tenth 

FREEMAN OTIS K. (Freeman & Jaffe) res Knox House 

Freitag- Christina Mrs., res SW cor Bailroad av and Wood, 
WO 

Fremery J. M., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

French G. S., clerk What Cheer House, res W s West nr 
Sixteenth 

FRENCH HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, John Berger 
proprietor, Willow Grove Park, W B 

FRENCH INSURANCE CORPORATION (La Caisse Gen- 
erale) B. C. Dick agent, 1004 Broadway 

FRENCH ROBERT F. (French, Stuart & Co.) res Evoy av 
nr San Pablo av 

FRENCH, STUART & CO. (Robert F. French and Henry 
W. Stuart) upholsterers and dealers furniture and bed- 
ding, 476 Ninth, Nicholl block 

French William H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 
517 Ninth 

French W. M., watchman W D Co 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Drink Napa Soda, a pure natural Miner al Water. Gordon, Agt 

OAKLAND [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 185 

French — , carpenter, res N s East Sixteenth bet 20th and 
21st av 

Freshwater J. H., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Fretas Joseph, laborer, res 673 East Twelfth 

Freud Jacob R., student "University 

Frewing George, carpenter, W s Henry nr First 

Frey Benedict, capitalist, res 831 Clay 

Frey Emil, student, res S s Fifth bet Filbert and Linden 

Frey Gustavus G., carpenter, res SE cor Wood and William, 
WO 

Frey James, laborer W D Co 

Frey James F., carpenter, res N s Chase bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W O 

Frey John, watchmaker, 1765 Railroad av, res 911 Market 

Frick Alfred, mining engineer, res 217 Sixth 

Friedendall Ira, res Blake House 

Friedline S. A., carpenter, res Union Hotel, E O 

Friend William H., bookkeeper (S F) res SWcor Tenth and 
West 

Frink Ledyard, farmer, res 1118 Washington 

Fritz Charles, painter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Froment Antone, waiter with J. Marquis, res 815 Franklin 

Fromm Albert W., brewer Berkeley Brewery, res Park 
House, W B 

Frontier Peter (Frontier, Bellemere & Co, S F) res 759 Clay 

Frosbery C, cabinetmaker W D Co 

Frost N. M., lumber inspector, res N s Forty-sixth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Frost R. M., sawyer Oakland Planing Mills, res N s Forty- 
sixth nr Telegraph av 

Fuchs George Mrs., res N s East Thirty-second nr 13th av 

Fuchs Philip, blacksmith (S F) res E s Chester bet Ninth 
and Tenth 

FUHR C. A. (Vaughn & Fuhr) res Grand Central Hotel 

Fuhr Peter, calciminer Grand Central Hotel 

Fuller Albert A., teamster with E. Hook, res E O 

FULLER A. M. (Brainard & Fuller) res E O 

Fuller Cliffoad A., cigars and tobacco, NE cor Ninth and 
Broadway, res 855 Harrison 

Fuller Fred, t)., insurance, res E s Adeline nr Eighteenth 

Fuller Hinds, teamster, res E s Adeline nr Eighteenth 

Fuller Martin, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Fuller — Mrs., res Soracco House, W O 

Fulton George, carpenter, res cor Thirtieth and Union 

Fulton George, carpenter, res N s Eleventh nr Castro 

Fulton Joseph, mining superintendent, res 515 Ninth 



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186 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Furber E. G., poultry, res'920 Filbert 

Furgason George, solicitor Singer Sewing Machine Co, res 

Twenty-sixth bet Broadway and Telegraph av 
Furlong John, laborer CPEK, res Magnolia nr Adeline 
Furst Herrmann (Coffee & Furst) res 516 Fifth 
Furzacly Joseph, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 



G 

Gaertner Frederick W., machinist Enterprise Mills, res Fil- 
bert nr Twenty-eighth 

GAGE & HURL (Samuel D. Gage and George Hurl) 
carpenters and builders, 476 Eighth 

Gage John W., res N s Sycamore nr Telegraph av 

GAGE SAMUEL D. (Gage & Hurl) res 461 Ninth 

Gagnon J. B., capitalist, res 409 First 

Gaines Michael, laborer W D Co, res E s Chester nr Fifth 

Gaither Hamilton, clerk with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 
res NW cor Tenth and Broadway 

Galdey Ellen Mrs., res N s Seventeenth nr Grove 

Gale George, carpenter, res W s 9th av nr East Twenty- 
fourth 

Galindo A., laborer, res Fruit Vale 

GALINDO F. L., carriage painter, SE cor 16th av and West 
Fourteenth, res Fruit Yale 

Gallagher A. M. Mrs., res NW cor Twenty-fourth and 
Adeline 

Gallagher Charles E., painter, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Gallagher Daniel, carpenter, res W s Filbert nr Twenty- 
first 

Gallagher Edward, bootmaker, shop and res San Leandro 
Road 3 miles from East Oakland • 

Gallagher John, boilermaker, res Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W O 

Gallagher Neil, groceries and liquors, store and res NE cor 
Twenty-fifth and Telegraph av 

Gallagher Stephen, painter, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Gallagher William, laborer, res S s Laurel nr Broadway 

Gallagher — , laborer, res 715 Sixth 

Gallant Peter H., carpenter, res 719 Linden 

Gallavan Maurice, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Tele- 
graph av 

Gallegos R., commission merchant, res Tubb's Hotel 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 187 

Galvin James, carriage and wagonmaker, Broadway bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth, res Fourteenth bet Franklin 
and Broadway 

Gallwas Fred., tailor, 49 San Pablo av 

Galwus Sophie, domestic, SE cor Seventeenth and Jefferson 

Gam Lee, Chinese Laundry, N s Sixteenth nr Market 

Gammel Archibald, miller with Babcock & Gould, res S s 
Eleventh bet Castro and Brush 

Gamble — , res W s Jackson bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Gangwert & Gilardin (Paul Gangwer and Eugene Gilardin) 
stock yard, E s Telegraph av bet Forty-eighth and 
Forty-ninth 

Gangwer Paul (Gangwer & Gilardin) res cor Telegraph av 
and Shattuck 

Gannon Lawrence, wines and liquors, 703 Broadway 

Gannon Martin, res 666 East Twelfth 

Gans Louis, upholsterer, res 408 Ninth 

Gans Robert H., bookkeeper The Oakland Bank of Savings, 
res 921 Broadway 

Garabaldi Joseph, cook, res cor Twentieth and Telegraph av 

Garabrant Charles, machinist, res 762 Jefferson 

Garabrant Orville, salesman with Cushing & Ryder, res 762 
Jefferson 

Garber John, atty-at-law (S F) res 950 Adeline 

GARBER M. C. (Sarpy, Barstow & Co.) res The Cen- 
tennial 

Garcelon Henry, shipwright W D Co 

Garcelon Seward, physician, res W s Madison bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 

Garcia Benjamin, milker with M. McGrath, cor Nineteenth 
and Kirkham 

Garcia Celso, bootblack, 457 Seventh, res Ninth nr Franklin 

Garcia Guadalupe, milker with M. McGrath, res N s Forty- 
sixth nr Telegraph av 

Gardanowsky A., physician, 1058 Broadway 

Gardiner James J., real estate agent, 464 Ninth, res N s 
Jones nr Telegraph av 

GARDINER JAMES T. (Burns, Whitman & Gardiner) res 
N s Charter bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

GARDINER JAMES T., carriage, house and sign painter 
and dealer in paints, oils, etc., Broadway bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, res Sycamore bet Grove and San 
Pablo av 

Gardiner William C, atty-at-law, res N s Jones nr Tele- 
graph av 

Gardiner W. J., brakeman CPKE, res Oakland Point 



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188 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gardner J. H., boiler maker, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Gardner John, bill boster with H. D. McGeorge, res 360 

Fifth 
Gardner Mittie E. Miss, res N s Sixteenth nr Clay 
Gardner — , carpenter, res 856 Clay 
Gardner — Mrs., res S s Thirteenth nr Broadway 
Gariot Alfred, stock broker, res 551 Seventh 
Gariot Julius, painter, res 351 Seventh 
Garlich James O., hardware, res 738 Linden 
GARON L. G., proprietor White House Saloon, foot of 

Broadway 
GARRIGAN JOHN H. (FarweU & Garrigan) res SW cor 

West and Brown 
Garrison Elijah M., carpenter, res N s William bet Cedar 

and Bay, W O 
Garth waite Henry N., lumber surveyor (S F) res N s Char- 
ter bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 
Garthwaite Henry P., bookkeeper The Oakland Bank of 

Savings, res N s Twenty-second bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs 
Garthwaite William W, note clerk The Oakland Bank of 

Savings, res N s Twenty-second bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs 
Gartland George, res Mansion House, E O 
Gartner Frederick W., sticker hand, res W s Filbert nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Garvey Patrick, boilermaker Q P R B, res Chester nr Sev- 
enth, W O 
Garvey Thomas, laborer C P Pi R, res NE cor Atlantic and 

Willow, W O 
Garvin John J., res 868 Castro 
Garwien H., cabinetmaker W D Co 
GASKTT.T. GEORGE C. (De Forrest & Gaskill) res cor Clay 

and Ninth 
Gaskill George C, letter carrier with Wells, Fargo & Co., 

res 1059 Clay 
GASKTT.T. ROLLIN O, agent Wells, Fargo & Co., Nicholl 

Block, res 1059 Clay 
Gaskill Varney W., student University, res 1059 Clay 
Gaspard Francois, 827 East Twelfth 
Gass George V., res 320 Fourth 

Gass Mary F. Miss, teacher grammar Mills Seminary 
Gately Michael, real estate agent, res 567 Sixth 
GATES A., superintendent Dexter Stables, NE cor Twelfth 

and Harrison 



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Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 189 

GATES ALVAH JR., proprietor Magnolia Kestaurant, 1111 

Broadway, res Summerset House 
Gates — , res Mansion House 
GAUDIN J., wholesale and retail wines and liquors, 840 

Broadway, res 567 Fifth 
Gaughran L., waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Gaukroger Albert, machinist (S F) res W s Market nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Gauley Edward, laborer Oakland Gaslight Co., res cor Fifth 

and Castro 
Gaulsoto Anton, cook with K. Pfister, res 1054 Broadway 
Gaunce Leonard, car repairer CPEE, res S s Lincoln nr 

Pine, W O 
Gaunce Bobert, helper Oakland Planing Mill 
Gawley Bose Mrs., dressmaker, res 1011 Franklin 
Gay David, carpenter, res foot Division, W O 
Gay Bobert, butcher, res W s Myrtle nr Seventh 
Gay William M., carpenter, res cor Brown (Thirty-fourth) 

and Market 
Gaynor Daniel, porter C P B B 
Gaynor Hugh, cigars and tobacco, 801 Broadway 
Ge Lung (Chinese) laundry) 454 Seventh 
Gee Myron, architect and builder, res cor Plymouth av and 

Elm 
Gee William, hospital nurse (S F) res 833 Clay 
Gee William S., car builder, res 833 Clay 
GefFroy Thomas B., sheep raiser, res 1031 Seventh av, E O 
Gehret C, res 307 Twelfth 

Gehret Sophie Mrs., importer French corsets, 307 Twelfth 
Gellick James, teamster with J Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
Gelwicks D. W., res 1009 Madison 



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190 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

GEMMELL ALEXANDER, stoves and tinware, plumbing 

and gasfitting, 820 Broadway, res 320 Third 
Gensoul Adrian, cashier French Savings and Loan Society 

(S F) res NE cor Middle and Peralta, W O 
Gentry Calvin B., carpenter, res SE cor Twenty-second and 

Telegraph av 
Geoghegan John, fireman CPEE, res Mechanics' Home, 

WO 
George D. W., res Mansion House 
George George, clerk with H. W. George, res Plymouth av 

nr Telegraph av 
GEORGE H. W., real estate and agent North British and 

Mercantile Ins. Co., 1004 Broadway, rooms 8-9, res 

Plymouth av nr Telegraph av 
George Samuel, res 410 Tenth 
Gerard Charles, teamster with Bemillard & Bros 
Gerber — , with Sarpy, Barston & Co., res 1120 Washington 
GERHARDY P. J., manager S F Market, 829 Broadway, res 

836 Broadway 
Germain Clara Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 

E s Wood nr Chase, W O 
Germain Parker, farmer, res E s Wood nr Chase, W O 
Germain Sallie Miss, teacher Prescott Grommar School, res 

E s "Wood nr Chase, W O 
GERMANIA GARDENS, John Bachman proprietor, cor 

Union and Strawberry creek, B 
GERNREICH WILLIAM, groceries, liquors and cigars, SW 

car Eighth and Chester, W O 
Gerrish James L., machinist CPEE, res W s Cedar bet 

Bailroad av and William, W O 
Getchell John C, tinsmith (S F) res S s Short bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Getchell Otis, teamster, res W s Market opp Fourth 
Getchell Kansom M., driver Oakland Planing Mill, res W S 

Market opp Fourth 
Getchell Sumner, carpenter, res W s Market opp Fourth 
Getchell William F., mariner, res S s Short bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
GHIRARDELLI & PETAR (Domingo Ghirardelli and 

Charles Petar) manufacturers coffee, spices and chocol- 
ate and wholesale dealers wines and liquors, 1072 Broad- 
way 
GHIRARDELLI DOMINGO (Ghirardello & Petar) res 773 

Fifth 
GHIRARDELLI JOSEPH, bookkeeper with Ghirardelli & 

Petar, res 773 Fifth 

Insure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 191 

Giamboni Frederick (N. Giamboni & Co, S F) res 984 

Wood, W O 
Giamboni N. (N. Giamboni & Co, S F) res N s Seward bet 

Wood and Willow 
GIBB & CO. (Gavin J. W. Gibb) importers and dealers in 
paints, oils and varnishes, sign and window shade 
painters and manufacturers window shades, 814 Broad- 
way 
GIBB GAVIN J. W. (Gibb & Co.) res S s Tenth bet Frank- 
lin and Webster 
Gibbins — Mrs., res Knox House x 

Gibbons Edwin, State senator, res Grand Central Hotel 
Gibbons Fanny L., res 761 Fifth 
Gibbons Henry, physician, NW cor Eighth and Broadway, 

res Grand Central Hotel 
GIBBONS JAMES, proprietor Mechanics' Hotel, 416 Sev- 
enth 
Gibbons M. F., shipwright W D Co, res Soracco House, W O 
Gibbons Patrick, laborer, res SE cor Henry and Bailroad av 
Gibbons Bodond, merchant, res N s Eighth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W O 
Gibbs Josiah S., carpenter, res S s Chase nr Wood, W O 
Gibbs S. L., pedlar, res cor Thirty-second and Peralta 
Gibbs W. C, res NW cor Third and Madison 
GIBSON ADOLPH B., journalist Tribune Publishing ' Co, 

res 1418 Clay (S F) 
Gibson Henry, copying clerk Contra Costa Laundry 
Gibson William, res S s William bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Gibson William, machinist W D Co 
Gieschen John Mrs., res 809 Franklin 
Gieschen Louis, clerk with H. Cordes, res 809 Franklin 
GifFord William M., butcher, res Dalton av nr slaughter 

house 
GILARDIN ALEXANDER (Hogarty & Gilardin) res S s 

East Twelfth bet 12th and 13th avs 
Gilardin Bros. (Constantine and Victor Gilardin) wood, coal, 

hay and grain, N s Twelfth bet 12th and 13th avs 
Gilardin Constantine (Gilardin Bros.) res 613 East Twelfth 
Gilardin Eugene (Gangwer & Gilardin) res Danville 
Gilardin Victor (Gilardin Bros.) res 507 East Fourteenth 
Gilbert A. A., clerk C P BB, res 464 Sixth 
Gilbert Charles W., furniture (S F) res N s Eighth nr Wil- 
low, W O 
Gilbert Frank, atty-at-law, res 508 Eighth 
Gilbert Martin T., brakeman C P BB, res 508 Eighth 



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192 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gilbert Nathan, carpenter, res 8 s Railroad av bet Chester 

and Henry- 
Gilbert — , stock broker (S F) res Soracco House, W O 
Gilburn John, salesman with O'Connell & Co., res 1002 

Broadway 
Gilcrest Frank M., with New Zealand Insurance Co (S F) 

res W s San Pablo nr Twenty-sixth 
Gilcrest John, surveyor, res 304 Second 
Gilcrest S. F., atty-at-law, Union Bank Building, res 304 

Second 
Gilcrest William M., law student, res 304 Second 
Gilford N, carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Gill Edward, nursery and florist, S s Twenty-eighth bet 

Market and Adeline 
Gill James, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 258 

Fifth 
Gill John, res Mansion House, E O 
Gill John, laborer, res 717 Linden 

Gill John, laborer C P R R, res Union bet Third and Fifth 
Gill — , clerk, res N s Edward opposite Elm 
Gillan Frank, clerk with W. Slate, res Twenty-second nr 

Adeline 
GTT.T.AKD & PHILIBERT (Aime Gillard and Emile Phili- 

bert) proprietors Old Blaise House, Twelfth opposite 

Lake Merritt 
GTT.T.AKD AIME ( Gillard & Philibert ) res Old Blaise 

House 
Gilleney Anna, domestic, cor Eighth and Jefferson 
Gillespie Frank, clerk with I. Marcus, 869 Broadway 
Gillespie — , res 410 Tenth 
GILLETT CHARLES E. (H. L. Roff & Co.) res Alta 

House 
Gillett Isaac N., res W s Cedar bet Railroad av and Wil- 
liam. W O 
Gillett James S., physician and surgeon, res Russell House 
Gillette R. J., salesman (S F) res 716 Fourteenth 
Gillick James, farmer, res S s Forty-fifth nr San Pablo av 
Gilligan Edward F., tinsmith with James Dalziel, res 167 

Seventh 
GiUigan James, with A. Gemmell 
Gilligan James, gardener with R. W. Kirkham, res 167 

Seventh, E O 
Gilligan James, laborer C P R R, res East Twelfth nr 13th av 
Gilligan James, laborer, res S s Railroad av bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Gilligan James, plumber, res 167 Seventh 



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All sizes Refrigerators and Ice Chests for sale at Gordon's. 
OAKLAND [(J] DIRECTORY. 193 

Gilinan John R., carpenter, res W s West bet Ninth and 
Tenth 

Gilman M. M., teacher, res N s Bristol nr Seventh, W B 

Gilman Nicholas A., res W s West bet Ninth and Tenth 

Gilmer J. W., City Paving Co. (S F) res 1121 Filbert 

Gilmore E. L. Mrs., res S s Hobart nr San Pablo av 

Gilmore Ellen Mrs., res S s Twenty-second nr Curtis 

Gilmore G. W., res S s Hobart bet Telegraph and San 
Pablo avs 

GILMORE J. H., landscape gardener and florist, res 117 
East Fourteenth 

Gilmore John, teamster, res NE cor Laurel and San Pablo av 

Gilmore John S., clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros., res 
Twenty. second bet Market and West 

Gilmore Michael, laborer C P R R, res 614 Fifth 

Gilmore Peter, laborer C P R JR, res 7 Adelaide pi (S F) 

Gilmour J. D., blacksmith, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 
Pine, WO 

Gilroy Maggie, domestic, 577 Twelfth 

Gilson L., stockbroker, res Tubbs Hotel 

Gilstrap William D., engineer C P R R, res E s Chester bet 
West Fifth and Seventh 

Gincosta Antonia, res E s 13th av bet East Fourteenth and 
East Fifteenth 

Ginn John I., city editor Tribune, res Newlands Hotel 

Girard Ernest, bootmaker, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
third 

Girard F. P., coffee and spice, res cor Shattuck and Forty- 
eighth 

Girolami Albert (Compamna & Co.) res S s Forty-seventh 
nr Shattuck 

Girot Delia, res SW cor Seventh and Center 

Giser Charles, butcher, res 816 Third 

Givens J. D., molder Manhattan Marble Works, SE cor 
Grove and Sixteenth 

Givin Thomas W., student University 

GLADDING ALLEN I. (Gladding, Surryhne k Co.) res 
S s Hobart bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs 

GLADDING BROS. (Theodore O. and William F. Glad- 
ding) proprietors Oakland Warehouse, NE cor First and 
• Jefferson 

GLADDING CHARLES (Gladding, McBean & Co.) res 
Lincoln, Placer Co., Cal. 

Gladding Frank, clerk with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, res 
S s Hobart bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 



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194 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

GLADDING, MeBEAN & CO. (Charles Gladding, P. McG. 
McBean and George Chambers) proprietors Ironstone 
Sewer "Works (vitrified) NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 

GLADDING, SURRYHNE & CO. (A. I. Gladding and Wil- 
liam Surryhne) real estate agents, 956 Broadway 

GLADDING. THEODORE O. (Gladding Bros.) res Hob art 
nr Telegraph av 

GLADDING WILLIAM F. (Gladding Bros.) res Hobart nr 
Telegraph av 

GLASCOCK JOHN R., district attorney Alameda county, 
County Court House, room 3, res 815 Webster 

GLASCOCK W. H. & J. R., attys-at-law, 921 Broadway, r 17 

GLASCOCK WILLLAM H. (W. H. & J. R. Glascock) atty- 
at-law, 921 Broadway, res cor Fifth and Harrison 

Glasgow M. V. B., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 510 
Eighth 

Glass Hamilton, conductor CPKE, res Oakland Wharf 

Glass William, soap manufacturer, res S s Twelfth bet 7th 
and' 8th avs 

Glaze Andrew, laborer, Mills Seminary 

Glaze J. W., butcher, 753 East Twelfth, res Mansion House 

Gleason George, res 366 Tenth 

Gleason Michael J., calker, res NE cor Twenty-first and 
Market 

Gleason William, pastor St. Anthony's Church, res NW cor 
16th av and East Fifteenth 

Gleason William, steward Tubbs' Hotel 

Gleeson Mary, domestic, SW cor Sixteenth and Grove 

Glenan John, carpenter, res SE cor Twelfth and Center, W O 

Glenn James T., res 702 Tenth 

Glines Byron A., mechanic, res N s Eleventh bet Brush and 
Castro 

Glover George F. M., stock broker (S F) res W s Chester 
bet Eighth and Ninth, W O 

Glover Henderson, res SW cor 20th av and East Four- 
teenth 

Glover James T., shoemaker, res 202 East Fifteenth 

Glover Josephine, widow, res SW cor 20th av and East 
Fourteenth 

Glover Robert, bricklayer, res S s Charter bet San Pablo 
and Telegraph avs 

Goard — , teacher, res 577 Eighth 

Gobeil Louis, engineer City Gaslight Co., res 517 Third, 
rear 

Goddard C. L., dentist (S F) res N s Merrimac bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broad-way 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 195 

Goddard Elisha, special agent U. S. Treasury (S F) res The 

Centennial 
Godino Horace, steward steamer Capital, res Alameda 
Godfrey George, real estate, res 816 Alice 
Goff H. A., clerk with E. H. Hyde, res SW cor Twelfth and 

Clay 
Goff Harry, res cor Union and Twenty-third 
Goff L. G., engineer C P R R, res N s Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
GOLDEN GATE ACADEMY, J. N. Haskins and A. E. 

Kellogg principals, N s Hawthorne bet Broadway and 

Telegraph av 
GOLDEN GATE HALL, Metzler & Peru proprietors, 471- 

473 Third 
GOLDEN STAR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, Chris. 

Bauder & Co. proprietors, 838 Broadway 
Goldiner Carl, tailor, 700 Broadway 
Goldon William T., mining (S F) res f mile E Temescal, 

Berkeley 
Goldsticker Michael, butcher, S s East Fourteenth av bet 

19th and 20th avs 
Golly Mary, domestic, NE cor Ninth and Oak 
Gomperz Carlos F., instructor Spanish, University 
Gong Wah, laundry, NE cor 13th av and East Sixteenth 
Gontea — Mme., res 800 Franklin 
Gonzales Charles, coachman, SW cor Campbell and Twelfth, 

WO 
Gonzales Frank, laborer, res N s Twenty-seventh nr Grove 
Goodall Angelique R. Miss, student University 
Goodenough Charles, agent Goodenough Horseshoeing Co., 

405 Tenth, res 953 Castro 
Goodfellow M. J., mining engineer, res W s Webster bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Goodhind Richard, res 729 Myrtle 
Goodman G. (Duhrkoop & Goodman) res 423 Tenth 
Goodman John, bricklayer, res Sunnyside House 
G-oodrich Addison, machinist W D Co 
Goodrich J. King, res 56 Seventh 
Goodrich J. V. B., ex-county clerk, res 517 Ninth 
Goodrum Frank W., student University 
Goodwin A. T., builder, res N s cor University and Eighth, 

Goodwin William B., driver Broadway and Telegraph av 
R R, res W s Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek 

GOODWIN W. L., contractor and builder, res W s cor 
Campbell and Twelfth, W O 

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196 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Gordon Charles, marble cutter, res 816 Third 
Gorean David, watchman CPKK, res W s Myrtle nr Sev- 
enth 
Gordon E. H., brakeman C P E E 

Gordon George W., atty-at-law, res Grand Central Hotel 
Gordon Harry F., student University 
Gordon James, res W s Myrtle nr Seventh 
Gordon James, machinist, res 710 Filbert 
Gordon James, upholsterer, 51 San Pablo av 
Gordon James M., upholsterer with Chris. Schreiber, res 8 

San Pablo av 
Gordon J. H. Mrs., res 713 Tenth 

Gordon John, dairy and res cor Twenty-eighth and Magnolia 
Gordon Joseph, tallow renderer, with Ames, Butchertown 
GORDON JOSEPH S. G., agent Napa Soda Springs and 
Eastern Cider Co., proprietor Oakland Ice Depot and 
manufacturer ice cream, 469 Ninth, res Berkeley 
Gordon Josiah, res E s Pine nr Eose, W B 
Gordon F. H., insurance (S F) res Knox House 
Gordon William, carriagemaker with Murray & Eoberts 
Gore B. B., broker (S F) res S s Thirteenth nr Jefferson 
Gorman John, laborer, res W s Myrtle bet Second and Third 
Gorrill Charles H., president Pacific Bridge Co (S F) res 

N s Seventeenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Gorrill W. H. Mrs., res N s Seventeenth bet Clay and Jef- 
ferson 
Gorton C. H., foreman Manhattan Marble Co, res NE cor 

Third and Myrtle 
Goshen Charles N., painter, res W s 12th av bet East Fif- 
teenth and East Sixteenth 
Gotchet John, carpenter, res cor Sixteenth and Center, W O 
Goulard Jose J., stevedore, res W s Grove nr Twenty-sev- 
enth 
Gould C, brakeman C P E E 
Gould Fredrica B., dressmaker, res 656 Jackson 
GOUIJD HENRY (Babcock & Gould) res N s Lincoln bet 

Willow and Campbell 
Gould William B., engineer, res 656 Jackson 
Gould William P., res S s Third nr Alice 
Goulding Cynthia K. Miss, teacher mathematics and theol- 
ogy Mills' Seminary 
Gowan Ida, domestic, E s Willow nr Chase, W O 
Gowan John V., shipwright W D Co, res 561 Sixth 
Gowan S. H., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co 
Gowell Orrin, res S s East Fourteenth nr 32d av, Fruit Vale 
Gowing George, machinist, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 

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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [Q-] DIRECTORY. 197 

Gownanlock James, blacksmithing and repairing, Broadway 

bet Second and Third, res Overland House 
Grabb P. W., blacksmith W D Co 
Grabs August, butcher, S s Railroad av bet Wood ann Pine, 

WO 
GRACEY E. W. (H. S. Gracey & Co) res 377 East Eleventh 
GRACEY H S. (H. S. Gracey & Co) res 377 East Eleventh 
GRACEY H. S. & CO. (H. S. and E. W. Gracey) card and 

job printers, 377 East Eleventh 
Grady Hannah, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Grady John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Graffelman Henry, plumber, res SW cor Cedar and William, 

WO 
Gr .ffelman Margaret, widow, res SW cor Cedar and William 
Graham James W., expressman, res 360 First 
Graham John M., foreman Contra Costa Laundry, res cor 

Birch and Maple, Temescal 
Graham J. W., millhand with Grove-st Planing Mill 
Graham Mary Miss, res S s Dwight way nr Ellsworth, B 
Graham Peter, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Graham R. D., carver W D Co 
Graham Theresa J. Miss, student University 
Graham W. F., stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill 
Graham William, capitalist, res 284 Eleventh 
GRAHAM WILLIAM M., atty-at-law and Justice Peace, 

470 Seventh, res 284 Eleventh 
Graham — , woodcarver, res Cedar nr Goss, W O 
GRAND CENTRAL CARRIAGE WORKS, Murray & Ro- 
berts proprs, N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, Vaughn & Fuhr proprietors, 

S s Twelfth bet Webster and Harrison 
Grand Western Hotel, Mrs. Julia A. Flagg proprietor, N s 

Railroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 
GRAND WESTERN RESTAURANT, J. Henninger pro- 
prietor, 1756 Railroad av, W O 
Graney A. C, cooper, res S s Eighteenth nr Kirkham, W O 
Graney C. Mrs., res S s Eighteenth nr Kirkham, W O 
Graney John, laborer, res NE cor Lydia and Curtis 
Graney Kate, domestic, 1012 Adeline 
Granger F. B. jr., copyist with County Recorder, res cor 

Ninth and Castro 
Granger William, farmer, res cor Union and Twenty-eighth 
Grant B. F., proprietor dining rooms, Russell House 
Grant C. Mitchell, capitalist, res 515 Tenth 
Grant George, res E s Harrison bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 

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Grant George E., merchant, res W s 4th av bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth 

Grant Horace A., carpenter, res Evoy nr Telegraph av 

Grant Joseph D., student University 

Grant E. P. Mrs., res 1165 Jackson 

Grant W. B., pantryman Tubbs' Hotel 

Grasser Henry F., blacksmith with Northey & McGrath, res 
Eastern Hotel 

GRAVKL L. (Narcotte, Degrace & Co) 8Q7 Broadway 

Graves Charles, carpenter, res Humboldt Hotel 

Graves Frederick, car repairer C P E E, res S s Short bet 
Pine and Cedar, W 

Graves Henry P., sash and blindmaker, res cor Twenty-sixth 
and Myrtle 

Graves M.," laborer W D Co 

Graves Nellie, domestic, 10 Pine, W O 

Graves Walter, clerk with Auld k Barfred, res cor Twenty- 
sixth and Myrtle 

Graves TV. H. H., bookkeeper Union National Gold Bank, 
res N s Seventeenth nr Telegraph av 

Gray Asoph, res 1169 West 

Gray Dallas P., bookkeeper, res 369 Fifth 

Gray George, res E s 10th av bet East Sixteenth and East 
Seventeenth 

Gray George D,, bookkeeper, res 760 Tenth 

Gray Giles H., atty-at-law (S F) res 754 Tenth 

Gray H. N., carpenter, res 760 Tenth 

Gray Hugh M., res 832 Franklin . 

Gray Nathaniel (N. Gray & Co., S F) res 756 Tenth 

Gray Simon, merchant tailor, shop and res 915 Seventh 

Gray Theodore, student University, res Berkeley Farm 
House, Berkeley 

Gray William A., bookkeeper with D. Stuart, res Eighth 
bet Jefferson and Grove 

Gray William H., laborer, res 1165 Franklin 

Gray William H., whitener, res 708 Franklin 

Gray W. O., clerk CPEE, res W s Chestnut nr Sixteenth 

Gray W. W., res W s Franklin bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Grayson G. W., broker, res W s Jackson bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth 

Greaney J., teamster with Freeman & Jaffe 

Grear A. F. Mrs., res NE cor Second and Jackson 

Grear B. G. Miss, dressmaker, 1210 Broadway, res cor 
Second and Jackson 

Great Eastern Con. G. & S. M. «fc M. Co, Henry J. W. Dam 
secretary, W s Broadway bet Eleventh and Twelfth 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 199 

Green Amelia, dressmaker, res 913 Grove 

Green C, res Kelsey House 

GREEN D. J., horsetrainer, res Oakland Trotting Park 

Green Edmund, mining, res W s Jackson bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth ' 
Green E. T., machinist C P R R, res Goss bet Seventh and 

Eighth, W O 
Green Jefferson, piledriver C P R R, res Railroad Exchange, 

WO 
Green John, clerk with Hook & Co, res 913 Grove 
Green John C, baker, res 913 Grove 
Green Joseph, boots and shoes, 904 Broadway, res SW cor 

Franklin and Eleventh 
Green Joseph, clerk J. S. Crosley, res cor Market and 

Twenty-second 
Green Joseph, ribbon manufacturer, KE cor Twenty-second 

and Market 
Green Robert E., miner, res West End Hotel 
Green Thomas, physician, res 573 Seventh 
Green W. E., atty-at-law, res Mansion House 
Green William, laborer, res 605 Franklin 
Greenbaum Louis, clothing, res 559 Sixth 
GREENHOOD J. & BROS. (Jacob, Solomon and Max 

Greenhood) fancy and dry goods, 1053 Broadway 
GREENHOOD JACOB (J. Greenhood & Bros.) res Nine- 
teenth bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 
GREENHOOD MAX (J. Greenhood & Bros.) res Central 

Pacific Hotel 
GREENHOOD SOLOMON (J. Greenhood & Bros.) res 

Central Pacific Hotel 
Greenleaf Adeline Mrs., res 411 Twelfth 
Greenleaf Walter, res Knox House 
Greenleaf W. S., res 411 Twelfth 
Greenman N. W., carpenter, res 319 Fourth 
Greenough Charles C, carpenter, res 757 Webster 
Greenzweig George (Nast & Greenzweig, S F) res Kelsey 

House 
Greffoz Julien, operator W U Tel Co, res 1004 Powell (S F) 
Gregory Harriet Mrs., res S s Hobart nr San Pablo av 
Gregory H. P. (H. P. Gregory & Co., S F) res N s Caledo- 
nia av nr Grove 
Gregory James W., stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill, res 

800 Brush 
Greer William, carpenter, res Shattuck nr Rose, Berkeley 

Ville 
Gressler Charles A., barber, shop and res 707 East Twelfth 



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200 OAKLAND [ (J ] DIRECTORY. 

Gressler Henry, carver W D Co, res 558 Third 

Grieser John, boot and shoemaker, 420 Eleventh 

Grieves Matthew, laborer CPEK, res cor Short and Cedar, 

W O 
Grieves William, barkeeper with William Searing, res NW 

cor Ninth and Washington 
Griffin John, bricklayer, res cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Griffin William, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Griffins Julia, domestic, cor Eighth and Market 
Griffith A. H., atty-at-law, res N s East Tenth bet 8th and 

9th avs, E O 
Griffith Samuel, butcher with J. W. Glaze, res Mansion 

House 
Griffith George, gardener with H. D. Bacon 
Grifford William, salesman with H. M. Ames, res Ames 

Butcher Town 
Grim Alonzo M., student University 
Grimes George, shipwright W D Co, res Eailroad Exchange 

Hotel, W O 
Grimm August, tanner with J. S. Derby, res Eastern Hotel 
Grimmie Charles, clerk, res 858 Franklin 
Grimwood A. D., atty-at-law, res N s East Fourteenth nr 

32d av, Fruit Vale 
Grindel George, carpenter, res 420 First 
Grindle Maria Miss, res S s Short nr Cedar, W O 
Grinnell William E., clerk with E. McCrum & Co., res cor 

Twenty-sixth and West 
Griswold Augustus H., res 1166 Market 
Griswold George, carpenter, res 371 Seventh 
Grogan Bernard, laborer W D Co 
Grogen Betsey, domestic, E s Telegraph av nr McClure's 

Academy 
Grondona Dominico, farmer, cor Thirteenth and Wood, 

WO 
Grondona Joseph, grinder with E. Guittard & Co. (S F) res 

cor Thirteentn and Wood, W O 
Grop M. L., house mover, res Golden Star Hotel 
Gross John F., butcher, S s Eailroad av bet Wood and Pine, 

res SE cor Chase and Wood, W O 
Gross William, marble cutter, res N s Fifteenth nr Cypress, 

WO 
GROSSO & MAY (W. C. Grosso and E. A. May) importers 

hardware, agricultural implements, etc., 1008 Broadway 

and S s Eailroad av bet Cedar and Wood, W O 
Grosso George, stableman Dexter Stable 
GROSSO W. C. (Grosso & May) res Bartlett House 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt. ; 917 Broad-way 



J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 201 

Grotli John, flour packer with Jacob Sainm 

Grotheer Frederick, lumberman (S F) res S s cor Seventeenth 

and Cypress, W O 
GROVE STREET PLANING MILL, G. M. Blair pro- 
prietor, NW cor Grove and First 
Grove Street School, Mrs. N. D. Standeford principal, SE 

cor Fifth and Grove 
GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES, P. E. Davis 

agent, 1012 Broadway 
Grover Eliphalet, carpenter, res N s East Eighteenth bet 

10th and 11th avs 
Grover Ira E., res cor Market and Twenty-fourth 
Grover Sarah B., midwife, res 603 Franklin 
GROVES & BELLCHAMBERS (Keuben Groves and James 

Bellchambers) proprietors Shell Mound Park Nursery, 

1 mile West Temescal nr Race Track 
GROVES REUBEN (Groves & Bellchambers) res Shell 

Mound Park 
Grow J. B., blacksmith C P R R 
Grubb P. W., blacksmith C P R R, res Grand Western 

Hotel, W O 
Gruen John, teamster with E. Hook, res 913 Grove 
Grunbaum Lewis (Hirshberg & Grunbaum) res 559 Sixth 
Grush Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Guenette Peter, blacksmith, res cor University and San 

Pablo avs 
Guerin Oscar, gasfitter with J. H. Howard, res Mansion 

House 
GUERNSEY A. A., real estate, insurance and stock broker, 

906 Broadway 
Guile D. B., student, res S s Twenty-first nr Brash 
Guilfoya W, , laborer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal Crk 
Gunn Charles T., fancy goods, N s Twenty-second bet West 

and Curtis 
Gunn J. C. master mariner, res N s Isabella nr San Pablo av 
Gunnison Carrie, domestic, N s Sycamore nr Telegraph av 
Gunsbery George, painter, res S s Third nr Chester 
Guppy A. R., civil engineer, res 668 Seventh 
GUPTDL E A., butcher, E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-fourth, 

res N s Twenty-fourth nr Telegraph av 
GUPTDL'S MARKET, E. A. Guptil proprietor, E s Tele- 
graph av bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Gurnett A. G., stock broker (S F) SE cor 4th av and East 

Sixteenth 
Gurnett William J., stock dealer, res W s Twentieth nr 

Broadway 



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202 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Gustavus Augustus, gardener, res Humboldt Hotel 

Gutbub Philip, tanner with G. F. Crist 

Guthrie Samuel, machinist, res NW cor William and Cedar, 

WO 
Guthuth Frank, hackman with Newland and Pumyea, res 462 

Seventh 
Guzarr J ames, res 562 Franklin 



H 

Haar Henry, clerk with Mrs. C. Witt, res NE cor Chester 

and Railroad av, W 
Hackett Edward, master steamer Thoroughfare, res NW cor 

Alice and Durant 
Hackett John, master steamer Capital, res cor Alice and 

Twelfth 
Hackett Patrick, laborer, res W s Filbert nr Twenty-sixth 
Hafele Mary, domestic, E s Peralta nr Middle, W O 
Hafey Johannah, domestic, 1102 Myrtle 
Hagelan Thomas, res N s Taylor nr Pine, W O 
Hagen J. J., spring beds, 410 Ninth, res Sixteenth nr 

Market 
Hagen John J., tailor (S F) res S s Sixteenth bet Market 

and West 
Hagen Michael, farmer, res cor Shattuck and Mariposa av 
Hagerman Victor, laborer, res S s Lincoln nr Willow, W O 
Haggerty James, lather, res E s Broadway bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth 
Haggerty John, laborer, res 558 Franklin 
Haggerty Michael, poultry, res 519 Third 
Hahn Henry, capitalist, res Railroad av nr Campbell, W O 
Hahn Joseph, engraver and jeweler, 958 Broadway, res Elm 

nr Telegraph av 
Haines E. A., res 277 Tenth 

Hains William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hale — , painter, res 729 Myrtle 

Hale Lucy Mrs., music teacher Golden Gate Academy 
Hale R. H. Mrs., res S s East Seventeenth bet 11th and 

12th avs 
Hale W. E., broker (S F) res Knox House 
Hales Henry, laborer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange, W O 
Haley Daniel, res Eagle House 

Haley Ellen, domestic, W s Linden bet Eigth and Tenth 
Haley James F., dealer i.i stocks, res 215 Ninth 
Haley Patrick, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 



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OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 203 

Haley Patrick, laborer, res N s Twenty-first nr West 

Haley Patrick, laborer, res S s Twenty-first nr Curtis 

Haley Patrick, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 

Haley Robert, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

Haley Stephen, coachman, 930 Adeline 

Haley Thomas, res Mansion House, E O 

Hall Edward L., collector Home Mutual Insurance Co (S F) 
res 602 East Fourteenth 

Hall Edward M. (Hall & Charles, S F) res 1155 Jackson 

Hall E. K., painter with C. B. Rutherford 

Hall F., res N s Thirty-fourth nr Market 

Hall Frank M., clerk with Grosso & May, res 161 Seventh 

Hall Fremont S., compositor Signs of the Times, res 161 
Seventh 

Hall F. W., res N s Brown bet Market and West 

Hall George' teacher Golden Gate Academy 

Hall George, laborer W D Co 

Hall George W., clerk London and San Francisco Bank (S F) 
res Berkeley Farm House 

Hall Hannah, res N s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 

Hall Henry, painter, res 57 Ninth 

Hall Henry C., painter with Farwell & Garrigan, res 371 
Eighth 

Hall Jacob A., res W s Chester nr Fifth 

Hall James, commission merchant (S F) res W s Chestnut 
cor Eighteenth 

Hall James A., student University 

Hall J. H., foreman lumber yard W D Co 

Hall John, compositor Call (S F) res Forty-seventh nr 
Shattuck 

Hall Mary Mrs., teacher Golden Gate Academy 

Hall Olin F., stock broker, res 419 East Twelfth 

Hall R. A. Mrs., res The Centennial 

Hall R. B., atty-at-law and private detective, res 161 Seventh 

Hall Sether J. (Peck & Hall) res cor Bancroft way and 
Chapel, Berkeley 

Hall Thomas H., hatter, res Eastern Hotel 

Hall William, carpenter, res cor Twenty-ninth and San 
Pablo av 

Hall W. H., compositor Transcript, res 368 Fifth 

HAUL WILLIAM M., proprietor Charter Oak Hotel, Rail- 
road av bet Pine and Wood, W O 

Hallahan Andrew, barber with Thomas Hallahan, res Fourth 
nr Broadwav 



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204 OAKLAND [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Hallalian Florence, merchant tailor, store and res 620 East 

Twelfth 
Hallalian John, wines and liquors, 821 Broadway, res 528 

Third 
Hallalian M. J., painter, res 528 Third 
Hallalian Thomas, barber* 834 Broadway, res W s Franklin 

bet Sixth and Seventh 
Hallalian Thomas, carrier with H. C. Hollub, res cor Fourth 

and Clay 
Hallalian T. F., bartender with John Hallalian, res 528 Third 
Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton (G. H. Hallett, P. Bartlett and 

P. E. Dalton) Contra Costa Laundry Association, SW 

cor Kirkham and Fourteenth 
Hallett G. H. (Contra Costa Laundry Association) res 326 

Geary (S F) 
Hallett John K., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Haller John, blacksmith with Sohst Bros., res SE cor 

Franklin and Fourth 
HALLE Y WILLIAM, journalist and publisher Centennial 

Year Book of Alameda County, etc., office 1004 

Broadway, res S s Alice nr Third 
Halloran Margaret Mrs., res W s Curtis nr Twenty-first 
Halloran Minnie Miss, res 1077 Eighth 
Hainan Richard, coachman and lamplighter Gaslight Co., 

950 Adeline 
Halpin John, res 810 Alice 
Halsted James M., agent Singer Sewing Machine Co. and 

Demorest patterns, 1015 Broadway, res 713 Tenth 
Halvorsen John, shipwright, res foot Division, W O 
Halverson John, carpenter, res NE cor Thirtieth and Union 
Halverson John, carpenter W D Co 
Ham Harris, widow, res S s East Sixteenth bet 11th and 

12th ays 
Hamann August, butcher with Rice & White 
Hamb Kate, res S s Golden Gate av nr Elm 
Hamb William, laborer C P R R, res E s Henry bet West 

Fifth and Seventh 
Hamb William, laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Third 
Hamby Andrew M., carpenter, res W s Linden nr Third 
Hamby Joseph, carpenter, res W s Linden nr Third 
Hamby Richard, carpenter, res W s Linden nr Third 
Hamby William, carpenter, res W s Linden nr Third 
Hamel Peter, carpenter, res 1058 Eleventh 
HamerS. H., driver Whitney & Co's Express, res Alameda 
Hamilton Ada Miss, principal Harrison School, res 760 

Eleventh 

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OAKLAND []J] DIRECTORY. 205 

Hamilton Di V., res 761 Fifth 

Hamilton Frank, niachinehand W D Co 

Hamilton L. Rev., pastor Independent Presbyterian Church,, 

res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton Mary L. Mrs., res N s Eighth bet Center and 

Kirkham, W O 
Hamilton M. L. Mrs, res 761 Fifth 
Hamilton N., atty-at-law, res W s Jackson bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
HAMILTON W. H. H., carriage manufacturer, 1064 Thir- 
teenth av, res cor Seventeenth and East Sixteenth 
Hamilton — , carpenter C P R R, res Railroad av nr Cedar, 

WO 
Hamlin W. Lee, mill owner, res cor Mariposa and Tele- 
graph av 
Hammers D., harnessmaker, shop and res 623 East Twelfth 
Hammond A., shipwright ¥DCo 
Hammond William D., machinist C P R R, res S s Eighth 

and Wood, W O 
Hammond William H., student University 
Hamon Aiken, mining, res S s Goss nr Pine, W O 
Hampel C. F., bakery, store and res 761 East Fourteenth 
Hampel Henry, res 1120 Sixteenth av, E O 
Hampel Henry F., carriage manufacturer, N s Twelfth bet 

Franklin and Webster, res 410 Thirteenth 
Hampton John, nurseryman and Florist, NE cor Telegraph 

av and Twenty-second 
Hampton William, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res NE 

cor Twentieth and Broadway 
Hanavan Hugh, varnisher, res W s West nr Twenty-second 
Hanavan John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel - 
Hand Emma Miss, teacher, res NW cor Fourteenth and 

Castro 
Hand Joseph, blacksmith with T. D. Weymouth, res NW 

cor Eleventh and Webster 
Hand Patrick, groom, res W s West nr Fourteenth 
Hand William, butcher, shop and res, NE cor Broadway 

and Twentieth 
Handy J. B., whitener, 420 Third, res 653 Madison 
Haney Archibald, res Union Hotel, E O 
Hanford J. E. Mrs., res 1228 Broadway 
HANTFIN JEREMIAH J., wines and liquors,, NW cor 

Seventh and Broadway, res 458 Seventh 
Hankhead Hugh, furniture, res N s Twenty-second nr West 
Hanley William, harness, saddlery and carriage trimming, 

store and res 1082 East Fourteenth 

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Hanlon Peter, laborer with T. W. Corder, res Peabody's 
Landing 

Hanlj Patrick, shoemaker, res 761 Castro 

Hann Thomas, butcher, E s Humboldt av nr University av, 
Berkeley 

Hannaford Edward T., miller (S F) res S s Eighth nr Wil- 
low, W O 

Hannah Sherman, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 
av and Lusk 

Hannan J. J., house and sign painter, 691 J East Twelfth, 
res East Fifteenth 

Hannavan Philip, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 
667 Washington 

Hanneford E. T., miller, res W s West Fifth bet Center and 
Chester 

Hanesse Victor A., gardener, res 214 Third 

Hanniford — , sawyer, res Thirtieth and Myrtle 

Hannigan — , laborer, res Mansion House, E O 

Hannings Martin A., clerk, res SW cor Center and Seventh 

Hannon James, blacksmith, res SE cor Twenty-third and 
Telegraph av 

Hannon John, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and Wood, W O 

Hansen Albert, watchmaker and jeweler, store and res, 620 
East Twelfth 

HANSEN ASMUS H:, groceries, wines, liquors and crockery, 
1751 .Railroad av, W O 

Hansen Christian, shipwright W D Co, res Central Pacific 
Railroad House, W O 

Hansen Christian, hostler with Cummings & Rowe, res NE 
cor Railroad av and Wood 

Hansen Christian, milk dairy, res 816 Third 

Hansen D., brakeman CP RE, res Yosemite Hotel, Ala- 
meda 

Hansen Henry, stevedore P M S S Co (S F) res S s Twenty- 
second nr Curtis 

Hansen Howell, brakeman C P R R, res Oakland Wharf 

Hansen Jefferson, gardener Knox House 

Hansen Peter, butcher, res 758 Franklin 

Hansen Theodore, driver with J. H. Holden, res 911 
Webster 

Hanson Clarence S., carpenter and builder, 1008 Franklin, 
res San Pablo av nr Twenty-third 

Hanson John A., gardener, 515 Tenth 

Hanson Thomas N., saloon, cor Vallejo and Davis (S F) res 
821 Washington 

Hanzo August, cook, res cor Cedar and Goss, W O 

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OAKLAND [H'] DIRECTORY. 207 

Harcourt T. A., editor, res 969 Castro 

Harden Frank B., clerk with E. J. Van Voorhies & Co., res 
718 Filbert 

Harden John B., carpenter, res 718 Filbert 

Hardenberg — , carpenter, res 403 Ninth 

Hardgraves Thomas, carpenter, res Humboldt Hotel 

Harding August, student University 

Harding Augustus, res 416 Tenth 

Harding Frank, fruits and stationery, store and res S s Rail- 
road av nr Pine 

Harding W. A., painter, res Eland House 

Hardwick Thomas, farmer, res "W s San Pablo av nr Tem- 
escal 

Hardy D., res E s 11th av bet East Fifteenth and East Six- 
t teenth 

Hardy Jacob, real estate (S F) res 665 Eleventh 

Hardy L. J., real estate, res 715 Market 

Hardy Thomas, mining, res N s Fifteenth nr West 

HARDY WILLIAM B., books and stationery and agent 
Bishop's Oakland City Directory, 959 Broadway, res SW 
cor Franklin and Durant 

Hardy William F., student University 

Harigan William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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Harjes H., widow, res E s Chester bet Seventh, and Eighth, 
WO 

Harker M. Eev., clergyman, res S s East Fourteenth nr 33d 
av, Fruit Vale 

Harkley Jane, cook, 624 Twelfth 

Harlett William, night watchman County Court House, res 
Mechanics' Hotel 

Harley M. F., carpenter, res N s Third bet Castro and 
Brush 

Harley Milton B., printer, res N s Third bet Castro and 
Brush 

Harlow Robert, farmer, res cor Pryal and University avs, 
Berkeley 

Harlow William S., deputy county sheriff, res 963 Jefferson 

Harmon A. K. P., mining (S F) res E s Webster nr Twenty- 
second 

Harmon J. B., atty-at-law, res W s Jackson bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Harmon Richard E., bookkeeper, res 307 Second 

Harmon Roberdeau, student University 

Harney James, fruit (S F)res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 

Harney Robert, res Eagle House 

Harney William J., fruit (S F) res S s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Harper — , res junction Market and San Pablo av 

Harper Charles A., teamster G. W. Spencer, res N s Eighth 
bet Center and Kirkham, W O 

Harrel Alfred, groceries, res E s Telegraph av nr McClure's 
Academy 

Harrington A. M., carpenter, res 661 Ninth 

Harrington Charles F., painter, res 360 Seventh 

Harrington Delia, res JvE cor East Eleventh and 13th av 

Harrington F. W., laundryman, res 319 Fourth 

Harrington Phineas, res S s Twenty-eighth nr San Pablo av 

Harrington Timothy, laborer, res W s Market bet Fourth 
and Fifth 

Harrington W. C, physician, res SE cor 10th av and East 
Seventeenth 

Harrington — , painter, res S s 5th av bet Henry and Lewis 

Harris Bros. (Jacob and Joseph) merchant tailors and fur- 
nishing goods, 903 Broadway 

Harris Claybourn, carpenter, res 521 Fourth 

Harris Edwin (Pool & Harris, S F) res SW cor Sixth and 
Oak 

Harris George, clerk with R. J. Van Voorhies &, Co., res 
1051 Broadway 



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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 
le -rn .lust 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 Hut/s, Sella, Ships, Barters, Consigns, Discounts, Tnsures, 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 vieeversa, 
and also with Joint-Stock and Partnership Books, and every form and style of Book-Keeping prac- 
tised in well regulated Business houses. Jobbing, Importing , Commission, and Banking 
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 an ordinary English Education are taught, for those who are too young or 
not sufficiently advanced for the Business Course. Visitors are always welcome at the College. 

FURTHER INFORMATION 

Young men and young ladie6 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, 6end for 



HEALD'S COLLEGE JOURNAL, 

College, and contains full particulars regarding the Court 
rge amount of interesting reading. It can be obtained, fre 
i, 24 Post Street, or by addressing 

E. P. HEALD, President Business College, 



Which is issued monthly, 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, 24 Post Street, or by addressing 



SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



M 



/)' 24 POST STRBET, SAN FHANCISCO. \ 



E. P. HEALD, 

President. 



F. C. WOODBURY, 

Secretary. 



The design of this Institution is to impart to persons of both 6exeg a practical and useful Busin^ 88 
Education. Young men are thoroughly fitted for Bankers, Merchants, Book-Keepers, Ca6hiers, 
Clerks and Salesmen, by our great system of ACTUAL BUSINESS IISAIMNU. 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. 



BXtAKC^ES TAUGHT. 



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, 
Telegraphy, 
Commission, 
Importing. 
Forwarding, 
Grammar, 
Rhetoric. 
, Reading, 

Spelling. 



The SOTOOL-EO02I ami COITIT ING-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, 

E . P. HEALD, President Business College, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 209 

Harris I., porter CPRK 

Harris Jacob (Harris Bros.) res 368 Seventh 

Harris Jacob, pedlar, res 691 East Twelfth 

Harris James, calker, res W s Filbert bet First and Third 

Harris J. Ham, assistant secretary University 

Harris John, steward, res 970 Third 

Harris John, carpenter CPEE, res Railroad av nr Cedar, 
WO 

Harris John A. atty-at-law (S F) res E s Wood nr Twelfth, 
WO 

Harris John H., res S s Charter bet San Pablo and Tele- 
graph avs 

Harris Joseph (Harris Bros.) res 569 Seventh 

Harris L., res 615 Sixth 

Harris Mumford, whitener, res 210 Fifth 

Harris Sabin, res SE cor Twelfth and Harrison 

Harris William, res SW cor Seventh and Chester 

Harris William Mrs., res 503 Eleventh 

Harris — , res E s 8th av bet East Sixteenth and East Seven- 
teenth 

Harris — , res E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

HARRISON C. H., Mare Island pilot, res SE cor Center 
and Railroad av 

Harrison Charles, dishwasher Tubbs' Hotel 

Harrison D., laborer, res Central Pacific Railroad House, 
WO 

Harrison Henry E., res SE cor 16th av and East Sixteenth 

Harrison Joseph, porter C P R R 

Harrison R. J., (Richards & Harrison, S F) res N s Third bet 
Grove and Jefferson 

Harrison Sarah, domestic, 779 Eighth 

Harrison-st School, Ada Hamilton principal, NE cor Har- 
rison and Sixth 

Harrison S. N., carpenter with J. Lnsk & Co., resTemescal 

Harrison S. N., res W s Shattuck nr Telegraph av 

Harrison Thomas G., clerk with Bowen Bros., res 962 Clay 

Harrison W. A., teamster with JLusk & Co., res Temescal 

Harrison William, farmer, res W s Shattuck nr Telegraph av 

Harrison William P., printer, (S F) res SE cor 7th av and East 
Eleventh 

Harrub W. B., res N s East Fourteenth nr Fruit Yale av 

Hart George, broker, res Grand Central Hotel 

Hart James, laborer Oakland Gas Co, res Wintkrop House 

Hart John, janitor South Hall , University 

HART PETER, marble works, NE cor Second and Broad- 
way 



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210 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hart Richard, res SW cor 12th av and East Seventeenth, E O 

Hart — , res cor West and Twenty-ninth 

Hart — , res Kelsey House 

Hartley John A., coachman with M. W. Allen, res 409 Ninth 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co, T. L. Walker agent, 1007 
Broadway 

Hartrnan Henry, foreman shipwright W D Co, Central Pa- 
cific Railroad House, W O 

Hartrnan John, calker C P R R, res Railroad Exchange, 
WO 

Hartmann Ernst, music teacher Mills' Seminary 

Hartnut Mary, domestic, res W s Telegraph av nr Evoy av 

Hartshorn Herbert C, clerk with A. A. Deitrick, res 830 
Clay 

Harty Morris, laborer, res S s Twenty-first nr Curtis 

Harvey Henry, saloon, res 369 Fourth 

Harvey Nathan B., laborer, res W s Union nr Twenty-eighth 

Harvey William, farmer, res E s Campbell nr Lincoln, W O 

Harwood Amos, bootmaker with Connor & Broad, res 563 
Twelfth, E O 

Harwood William, wharfinger Oakland city wharf, res 272 
Fourth 

Harwood William D., journalist, res 272 Fourth 

Haskel R., carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Third 

Haskell Samuel, carpenter and builder, res NE cor East 
Twelfth and 12th av 

Haskell W. W., special agent Alameda County Branch Home 
Mutual Insurance Co, res Melrose 

HASKIN ENOCH W., ticket agent C P R R, and manager 
Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co, Broadway station, 
res 1018 Adeline 

Haskins Charles, painter, res 1005 Franklin 

HASKINS J. N., principal Golden Gate Academy, N s Haw- 
thorne bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Haskins Mary A., matron Golden Gate Academy 

Hassell James, res 56 Seventh 

Hassinger Samuel K., carpenter and builder, res S s Seven- 
teenth bet Jefferson and Grove 

Haste J. H., coal and iron (S F) res N s Dwight way nr 
Shattuck av, Berkeley 

Haswell F. B., secretary The Central Land Company, 954 
Broadway, res N s Brown bet Telegraph av and Grove 

Hatch A. D., commission (S F) res 857 Myrtle 

Hatch A. L., driver Peoples' Express, 857 Broadway 

Hatch E. C. Miss, assistant principal Mills Seminary 

Hatch Jabez, bookkeeper with E. Hook, res 1165 Jackson 

Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



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OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 211 

Hauschilt Henry, clerk, res 520 Ninth 

Hauschildt Henry, boots and shoes, 1057 Broadway, res 503 

Ninth 
Havarlin James, blacksmith, shop and res cor Thirty-ninth 

and Telegraph av 
Haven James M. (Gray & Haven, S F) atty-at-law, res N s 

East Thirty-third nr 15th av, Lynn 
Haven Frank, res The Kelsey House 
Havens A. W., secretary Con Virginia Mining Co (S F) res 

Grand Central Hotel 
Havens C. D., bookkeeper, res Grand Central Hotel 
Havens Charles D., insurance (S F) res N s Eighth bet 

Adeline and Linden 
Havens Fred., student, res' N s Eighth bet Adeline and 

Linden 
Havens Henry H. (J. F. & H. H. Havens) atty-at-law, 1069 

Broadway, res 1057 Washington 
Havens H. H., porter, res N s East Eleventh bet 12th and 

13th avs 
Havens H. R., student University, res Blake House 
Havens J. F. (J. F. & H. H. Havens) atty-at-law, 1069 

Broadway, res Eighteenth bet Castro and Brush 
Havens J. F. & H. H., attys-at-law, 1069 Broadway 
Havermaker Ferdinand, cutler, res 306 Tenth 
Haverty Kate, domestic, 957 Castro 

Havey James, laborer, res N s Twenty-ninth nr San Pablo av 
Hawes B. C, insurance, 317 California (S F) res 1119 Jef- 
ferson 
Hawes George H., mantle setter Manhattan Marble Co., res 

NE cor Eighth and Brush 
Hawes George H., marble polisher, res NE cor Sixth and 

Market 
Hawes George H., clerk, res 832 Market 
Hawes Jacob, fruit, store and res 685 East Twelfth 
Hawes Madison, res 769 East Fourteenth 
Hawes Oliver, insurance, 317 California (S F) res 1119 Jef- 
ferson 
Hawkes John, coachman, 624 Twelfth 

Hawkett Arthur B., mining, res E s "Wood nr Eighth, W O 
Hawkins Elizabeth L., widow, res W s 6th av bet East 

Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Hawkins Leander L., instructor mathematics and surveying 

University 
Hawkins L. S., butcher, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Hawkins Margaret, res 518 Second 



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212 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hawkins Thomas, blacksmith (S F) res W s Willow nr 
Thirteenth, W O 

Hawks Clarence, agent (S F) res X s Eleventh nr Center 

Hawks James, res E s Market nr Twenty-first 

Hawlev C. H. carpenter W D Co, res S s Seward bet Wil- 
low and Campbell, W O 

Hawley C. J., grocer (8 F) res 1118 Seventh av, E O 

Hawlev Clara Miss, teacher Grove-st School, res Fourteenth 
bet Brush and West 

Hawthorn Joseph, moulder, res 807 Jefferson 

Hay Lee, laundry, 815 East Twelfth 

Haycock Frank, res 56 Seventh 

Hayden Mary, domestic, S s Twelfth bet Madison and Jack- 
son 

Hayden — , res 732 Filbert 

Havdock E. M.. accountant, res W s Campbell nr Lincoln, 
"WO 

Hayes — , res E s San Pablo av nr Hobart 

Hayes, Carrick k Co. (Henry Hayes, D. S. Carriek and F. 
Hostetter ) wholesale butchers, 655 East Twelfth 

Hayes Charles D., jeweler (S F) res 716 Ninth 

Hayes Daniel, laborer, res Central House 

Hayes Daniel, laundrynian Contra Costa Laundry 

Hayes D. J , laborer W D Co 

Hayes E. E., jeweler, res 563 Fifth 

Hayes Henry (Hayes, Carrick k Co.) res Union Hotel, E 

Haves John, engineer C P B R, res E s Willow nr Pacific, 
" WO 

Hayes John, laborer W D Co 

Hayes John B., gardener, res E s Broadway nr Twentieth 

Hayes John W., salesman with Charles L. Taylor, res Ala- 
meda 

Hayes M., groceries, store and res SW cor Market and Fifth 

Hayes Matthew, salesman with J. J. O'Brien k Co., res cor 
Clay and Ninth 

Hayes Patrick, laborer, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and Ad- 
eline 

HAYES PATRICK, wines and liquors, SE cor Broadway 
and Fourth 

Hayes W. O. Mrs., res W s Myrtle nr Tenth 

Haylock Peter, laborer, res E s Broadway bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth 

Hayne Benjamin S., clerk, res XW cor 7th av and East Nine- 
teenth 

Havnes Benjamin, real estate, res SW cor 6th av and East 
20th av 

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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 213 

Hays Edward B., carpenter, res 562 Fourth 

Hays Wade, res 569 Fifth 

Hazelton Edward A., tinner with J. Lusk & Co., res cor 
Evoy av and Lusk 

Head Anna, student University 

Headrick E. C, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Heald Allen, res 1120 Ninth av, E O 

Healing James, painter, res N s Third bet Henry and Lewis 

Healy Jesse, manufacturer paint, res 511 Sixth 

Healy John H., manufacturer paint, res 511 Sixth 

HEALY MORRIS J., merchant tailor, 1056 Broadway, res 
262 Twelfth 

Healy Patrick, car repairer CPEE, res William bet Pine 
and Cedar, W O 

Heaney Timothy, bricklayer, res S s Seventh nr Brush 

Heany Michael, laborer, res E s San Pablo av N Temescal 

Heart D., carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

Heartt Charles L., conductor C P R R, res N s William bet 
Pine and Cedar, W O 

HEATH CHESTER, dentist, 1068 Broadway, res 626 Thir- 
teenth 

Heath Daniel, artist, res E s Cedar bet Atlantic and Wil- 
liam, W O 

Heath Frank, res 626 Thirteenth 

Heath Frank F., blacksmith and res S s University av and 
Ninth, W B 

Heath Hattie Belle Miss, retoucher with Dunham & Bluett, 
res cor Grove and Thirteenth 

Heath James, traveling agent with E. Martin & Co (S F) res 
SW cor Thirteenth and Willow, W O 

Heath James A., ship chandler (S F) res N s Fifteenth nr 
West 

Heaton W. G., res W s Webster bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Hebard H. A., deputy collector Internal Revenue (S F) 
res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 

Hebbercl Addie Miss, res SW cor Twenty-first and Curtis 

Hebberd Asa W., carpenter, res SW cor Twenty-first and 
Curtis 

Hebberd J. P. Mrs., dressmaker, res SW cor Twenty-first 
and Curtis 

Heckman Francis, shoemaker with I. Alexander, res 855 
Harrison 

Heegel George, bartender with David Wemmer, res 416 
Eighth 

Heenan James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 



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214 OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 

Heffron Patrick, laborer, res N s Twenty-first nr Curtis 

Hefty Matliias, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 806 
Franklin 

Heidet Emil, clerk with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res N s Bail- 
road av bet Adeline and Union 

Heidtmann Henry, blacksmith with H. Ollis, res 1010 
Franklin 

Heiman Isaac, pedlar, res 356 Third 

Heimbold Frank, laborer, res W s Franklin nr Durant 

Heimbold Julius, contractor, res W s Franklin nr Durant 

Heine Adolph, confectioner (S F) res cor Chester and Rail- 
road av, W O 

Heinze August, upholsterer, res 707 Broadway 

HELD & NELLER (Justus Held and Leopold Neller) 
wines, liquors, cigars and billiards, 1226 Broadway 

HELD ERNEST, barber and baths, Eleventh nr Broadway 
and Grand Central Hotel, res cor Twenty-second and 
Broadway 

Held George, barber, res S s Twenty-second nr Broadway 

Held John, bartender with Held & Neller, res cor Twenty- 
second and Broadway 

HELD JUSTUS (Held & Neller) res Telegraph av bet 
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 

Helke Leopold, gardener, res SE cor Second and Brush 

Helm William A., groceries, res SE cor Webster and Fourth 

Helmer William, undertaker, 914 Broadway, res 919 Alice 

HELMKE & BRUNJE (Conrad Helmke and" John A. 
Brunje) groceries and liquors, NW cor Twenty-first and 
Broadway 

HELMKE CONRAD (Helmke & Brunje) NW cor Twenty- 
second and Broadway 

Hemenway Anson B. carpenter, res *E s Vine nr Pine, 
West Berkeley 

Hempel Henry, wines and liquors, 775 East Twelfth 

Hemphill Charles F., lather, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Henry, bricklayer, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Ion, carpenter, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Lewis, baker, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Uriah, baker, res 759 Sixth 

Henderson David, clerk (S F) res N s Walton nr West 

Henderson D. D., carriage painter, E s Wood bet Railroad 
av and Goss, W O, res W s Center nr Sixth 

Henderson Hiram P., shipwright, res S s Railroad av bet 
Pine and Cedar, W O 

Henderson H. L., teacher and res Golden Gate Academy 

Henderson John H., student University 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



J. S. G. Gordon, wholesale and retail dealer in Ice, 469 Ninth at. 
OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 215 

Henderson L., carpenter, res W s 13th av bet East Fifteenth 

and East Sixteenth 
Henderson M. F., carpenter W D Co 
Henderson P. H., carpenter W D Co 
Henderson Thomas H., secretary Renton Coal Co., res 767 

Alice 
Henderson T. N., carpenter W D Co, res S s Twenty-fifth 

bet Telegraph av and Broadway 
Hendricks William, laborer, res E s Second nr University 

av, W B 
Hendry Robert Mrs., res cor Washington and Tenth 
Hendy Alfred, blind maker Pioneer Planing. Mills, res 365 

Second 
Henken J. F., wines and liquors, saloon and res SE cor East 

Fourteenth and 18th av 
Henley George, hod carrier, res Golden Star Hotel 
Henley William, physician, res 365 Second 
Henneberry James, laborer, res W s San Pablo av nr Tern- 

gscrJ. crGok 
Hennell Abbie M., widow, res 955 Fifth av, E O 
Hennessey Samuel, engineer C P R R, res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Hennessey William, carpenter W D Co, res Railroad av nr 

Point, W O 
Hennessy Morris, currier (S F) res N s Goss bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Hennig Frederick, gardener with J. Huchison, res cor 

Twenty-sixth and Telegraph av 
Henning John, carpenter, res E s Willow nr Lincoln, W O 
HENNINGER JONH, proprietor Grand Western Restau- 
rant, 1756 Railroad av 
Henon William, bricklayer, res S s Twenty-second nr Curtis 
Henry Antone, clerk with Muller & Steffanoni, res 923 Broad- 
way 
HENRY ASHMUN C, pres Union National Gold Bank, 

res W r s Harrison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Henry Charles E., carpenter, res N s William bet Cedar and 

Say, W O 
Henry George, brakeman C P R R, res W s Harrison bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Henry George S. (G. S. Henry & Co.) res W s Harrison nr 

Fifteenth 
Henry G. S. & Co. (George S. Henry and J. L. Weitman) 

money brokers, 907 Broadway 
Henry John H., carpenter, res W s Campbell bet Railroad 

av and William 

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216 OAKLAND [ JJ ] DIRECTORY. 

Henry Michael, laborer CPKR, res Oakland Wharf 
Henseler Josie, nurse, SW cor Eighth and Wood, W O 
Hensey S., engineer C P R R, res Grand Western Hotel 
Henshaw E. T., bookkeeper with Taylor & Co., res 941 

Myrtle 
Henshaw Frederick W., student University 
Hensler Annie, widow, res cor Logan and Market 
Hensler Lizzie, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Hensler Louisa, domestic, NW cor Eailroad av and Kirkham 
Hensley John, carpenter, res 520 Eighth 
Henton Griffith, laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Weston 
Henwood Emily M. Miss, res 1065 Fifth av, E O 
Herbe A., res 620 Second 

Herber William, tobacconist (S F) res Kelsey House 
Herbert William, boilermaker W D Co, res Charter Oak 

Hotel, W O 
Herbert — Miss, seamstress, res Tremont House 
Herbst August, carpenter, res 667 Fifth 
Herchoff Lawrence, shipwright, W D Co 
Herd John, commission merchant (S F) res cor Merrimac 

and Telegraph av 
Herget Emil W. , carpenter, res S s Seventeenth nr West 
Herget Harry, stableman Fashion Livery Stable 
Herlihy Daniel, horseshoer with T. D. Weymouth 
Herman F. C, music teacher, res 517 Ninth 
Herman John, harnessmaker, res Golden Star Hotel 
Herman Julia, domestic, cor Clay and Thirteenth 
Hermann Charles, waiter Union Hotel, E O 
Hern William, res 410 Tenth 
Heron E. A., clerk with E. C. Sessions, res E s Franklin 

opp Fifteenth 
Herr Edward, driver Fashion Livery Stables 
Herrick S. W., res 757 Castro 
Herrick William F., accountant Commercial Insurance Co 

(S F) res 1021 Twelfth 
Herring Lenhardt, blacksmith, res 653 Broadway 
Herrmann Otto W., shipjoiner, res NW cor Henry and West 

Fifth 
Hersey Anna Mrs., res 473 Fourth 
Hersey Edgar A. (Ives Scoville & Co) res 473 Fourth 
Hertz Joseph, teamster, res Union Hotel, E O 
Hertz Joseph, res Eagle House 
Hertz Leon, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Hess George B., miller, res 656 Jackson 
Hesse Frederick G., professor industrial mechanics Univer- 
sity, res 801 Jackson 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



J. S. G. Gordon is the pioneer Ice man, 469 Ninth st., Oakland 



. OAKLAND [ H ■] DIRECTORY. 217 

Hessler Lewis, hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 
HETHERINGTON AURA Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 

SAY cor Eighth and Willow, W O 
HETHERINGTON J. W., carpenter, SW cor Eighth and 

Willow, W O 
HEWETT & VANDERBILT (Moses D. Hewett and John 

H. Vanderbilt) proprietors El Dorado Wine Kooms, 

SW cor Broadway and Fourth 
Hewett E. W., calker W D Co 
Hewett M. D., carpenter, res 1012 Webster 
HEWETT MOSES D. (Hewett & Vanderbilt) res 1012 

Webster 
Hewett Mira S. Miss, res 367 Fourth 
Hewie A. C, res 921 Broadway 
Heyer & Paul (H. Heyer and J. A. Paul) wines and liquors, 

842 Broadway 
Heyer B. W., real estate, res N s Taylor nr Peralta 
Heyer Carl, gardener, cor Eighth and Jefferson 
Heyer H. (Heyer & Paul) 842 Broadway 
Heynian P., sign painter, res 460 Fifth 
Heywood Charles W r ., salesman with Samuel Heywood, res 

cor Second and Bristol, W B 
HEYWOOD SAMUEL, lumber, brick, lime and general 

building material, Second bet Delaware and Bristol, WB 
Hezlep A. A., widow, res 403 East Fourteenth 
Hezlep J. E., painter with C. B. Butherford 
Hi Ung, laundry, SW cor Castro and Fifth 
Hibbard — , foreman stair department Oakland Planing Mill 
HD3ERNIA HALL, SE cor Fourth and Broadway 
Hickey A. , laborer, res S s Seventeenth bet Brush and West 
Hickey John, deckhand steamer Capital 
Hickey John, teamster Oakland Lumber Yard, res N s 

Spring nr San Pablo av 
Hickey L. F., upholsterer with E. Hood, res Seventeenth nr 

West 
Hickey Mary A., domestic, 860 Brush 
Hickey Patrick, watchman C P B B, res E s 5th av bet East 

Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
Hickman Frank, bootmaker, res 855 Harrison 
Hickman Isaac, blacksmith C P R K, res NE cor Taylor and 

Pine, W O 
Hicks Gallantine F., student University 
Hicks Reuben R., plaster, res junction Magnolia and Peralta 
Hicks Urban E., printer (S F) res S s Third nr Adeline 
Higby William, atty-at-law (S F) res SW cor Sixteenth and 

Chestnut 



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218 OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 

Higgins Bernard, milkman, res S s Sixteenth nr Market 
Higgins Dennis, laborer, res E s Henry nr Fifth, rear 
Higgins James, laborer, res N s University av nr Second, W B 
Higgins James S., grocer and postmaster, office and res SW 

cor Delaware and San Pablo av 
Higgins John, stableman Dexter Stable 
Higgins John, carpenter, res cor B and Etta 
Higgins Lucy, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Forty-eighth 
Higgins Michael, farmer, cor Higgins road and San Pablo av 
Higgins Richard, coachman, 463 Thirteenth 
Higgins Bodger, laborer C P R R, res 12th av bet East 

Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
Higgins Roger, laborer, res W s Willow bet William and 

Atlantic, W O 
High William H., mining superintendent, res S s Thirteenth 

nr Castro 
High William H. jr., bookkeeper (S F) res S s Thirteenth 

nr Castro 
Highland James, expressman, cor Ninth and Broadway, res 

N s Twenty-sixth nr West 
Hihn Louis W., student University 
Hildman Melia, domestic, cor Moss and Telegraph avs 
Hildreth George W., conductor C P R R, res NW cor East 

Fourteenth and 13th av, 
Hilgard Eugene W., professor agriculture University, res 

Berkeley 
Hilkert John P., foreman lumber yard W D Co, res 909 

Washington 
Hill Arthur B., clerk Golden Gate Flour Mills, res W s 

9th av nr East Twenty-fourth 
Hill Henry B,, carpenter, res NE cor Eleventh and Center, 

WO 
Hill James T., engineer, res 467 Fourth 
Hill John, carpenter, res NW cor Twenty-eighth and Market 
Hill John, marble cutter, res 467 Fourth 
Hill John W., porter C P R R, res 909 Fifth 
Hill Mark T., boot and shoemaker, 716 Broadway, res 467 

Fourth 
Hill P., cook Philadelphia Restaurant, res W s Chester nr 

Fifth 
Hill Rosser, porter C P R R 
Hill Samuel, blacksmith, res 467 Fourth 
Hill Stephen, boot and shoemaker with M. T. Hill, res S s 

Fourth bet Broadway and Washington 
Hill Thomas, blacksmith C P R R, res Fourth bet Wash- 
ington and Broadway 



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OAKLAND [II] DIRECTORY. 219 

Hill Thomas, groceries and liquors, store and res NW cor 

East Fourteenth and 19th av 
Hill William H., carpenter, res S s Railroad av bet Pine 

and Cedar, W O 
Hillebrand Henry, Treasurer and Clerk Oakland City, office 

City Hall, room 4, res W s Broadway bet Twentieth and 

Twenty-firsi; 
Hillegass Marie Mrs., res N s Bancroft way nr Humboldt, 

Berkeley 
Hillegass William (Shattuck & Hillegass) res Berkeley 
Hillier Theodore, blacksmith C P R R, res Cedar nr 

Seventh, W O 
Hilling Henry, paperhanger and decorator with Charles L. 

Taylor, res Durant bet Webster and Franklin 
Hills J. F., expressman, res NW cor Twelfth and Poplar 
Hilmore Thomas, plasterer, res S s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 
Hilton Charles W., bookkeeper with Cadogan, Smith &Co., 

res 35 Valley 
Hilton Joshua, general agent, 462 Eighth, res NW cor San 

Pablo av and Sixteenth 
Hilton Stephen, school teacher, res W s 11th av bet East 

Eighteenth and East Nineteenth 
Hincheon John, sawyer Enterprise Mills, res Broadway nr 

First 
Hinckley D. B., foundry, res Fruit Vale av 
Hinckley — , res SE cor 7th av and East Eleventh 
Hindman E., res Grand Central Hotel 
Hinds F. D., bookkeeper with C. B. Rutherford 
Hinds Firman D., bookkeeper with Burnham, Standeford & 

Co., res NE cor Eighth and Wood, W O 
Hine Willis H., carpenter, res 516 Ninth 
Hines Michael, laborer, res 515 East Fourteenth 
Hines Thomas, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Hinrichs Charles, clerk with William Gernreich, res SW cor 

Eighth and Chester, W O 
Hinton Isaac T., res grad University 

Hinz Carl, toolmaker (S F) res Ns Eighth nr Kirkham, W O 
Hirshberg & Greenbaum (Samuel Hirshberg and Lewis 

Greenbaum) clothing and furnishings goods, 871 Broad- 
way 
Hirshberg & Morrison (Leopold Hirshberg and Parker M. 

Morrison) boots and shoes, 1101| Broadway 
HIRSHBERG DAVID S. (Farwell & Hirshberg) res 414 

Fourteenth « • 

Hirshberg Leopold (Hirshberg & Morrison) res 1101J 

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Hirshberg Samuel (Hirsliberg & Greenbaum) res 414 Four- 
teenth 

Hitchcock C. N., carpenter, res Delaware nr Seventh, W B 

Hitchcock W. F., insurance agent, 958 Broadway,, res 
Alameda 

Hitchcock William B., woodturner, S s Third bet Broadway 
and Franklin, res Overland House 

Hitchings J. H., porter CPEB 

Hoadley Rose M., student University 

Hoag Albert B., wind mills (S F) res S s Division bet Wood 
and Pine, W O 

Hoag Charles P., Eclipse Wind Mill (S F) res 958 Grove 

Hoag Frank C, machinist, res 510 Fourth 

Hoag Jonathan, res W s Campbell nr Seward, W O 

Hoag Joseph W. Mrs., res 510 Fourth 

Hoare Lizzie Miss, res 776 Tenth 

Hobart A. J., conductor CPEE, res Oakland Wharf 

Hobart John A., real estate, res S s Hobart nr San Pablo av 

Hobart Joseph B., groceries and produce, store and res 628 
East Twelfth 

Hobart — , res E s 5th av bet East Fifteenth and East Six- 
teenth 

Hobbs Prescott, hotelkeeper, res 469 Fourth 

Hobbs Prescott E., butcher, res 469 Fourth 

Hobbs — , plasterer, res W s Franklin bet Seventeenth and 
Durant 

Hobson George, driver Broadway and Piedmont R II 

Hochkofler Rudolph, commission merchant, res NE cor 
Alice and Durant 

Hodgdon Hattie J. Miss, student University 

HODGDON H. K. (John Hodgdon & Co.) res cor 10th av 
and East Twelfth 

Hodgdon John, fruits, res 1109 Tenth av 

HODGDON JOHN (John Hodgdon & Co.) res cor 10th av 
and East Twelfth 

HODGDON JOHN & CO. (John and H, K. Hodgdon) 
fruit, produce, cigars and tobacco, 303 East Twelfth 

Hodge B. Mrs., cook Central Pacific House 

Hodges George, millwright (S F) res S s Lincoln nr Wood 

Hodges Lena Mrs., res 808 Third 

Hodgin Frank, switchman C P R R, res West Oakland 
Lodging House 

Hoebner Charles, mining, res NE cor Fifth and Grove 

Hoenisch Alexander, upholsterer with F. Barker, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Hoetz Jacob, laborer with Kunkel Bros. 



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Best Ice Cream Freezers at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

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Hoffland Celia Mrs., res Berkeley Farm House 
Hoffmann Charles S., carver (S F) res 705 Eleventh 
Hoffmann John D., instructor drawing University, res Man- 
sion House 
Hoffman Louis, driver Felton Hose Cart, res 468 Sixth 
Hofi'schneider William (Jos. Winterbum & Co., S F) res N 

s East Thirty-third nr 15th av, Lynn 
Hogan Edward, gardener, res N s Frederick nr San Pablo av 
Hogan Edward W., res S s Second bet Alice and Jackson 
Hogan James T., milk dairy, N s Frederick nr San Pablo av 
Hogan J. H. (Baker & Hogan) res Broadway bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth 
Hogan Mary, seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hogan Thomas G., merchant (S F) res 1133 Filbert 
Hogan — res 967 Jefferson 

HOGARTY & GILARDIN (Joseph B. Hogarty and Alex- 
ander Gilardin) livery and sale stable, 1068 Thirteenth 
av, E O 
HOGARTY JOSEPH B. (Hogarty & Gilardin) and veterinary 
surgeon, res E s 11th av bet East Fourteenth and East 
Fifteenth 
Hogenboa George, laborer with Kunkel Bros 
Hohfeld Edward, professor music Mills Seminary, res N s 

Twenty-first nr Telegraph av 
Holbrook E. L., driver Whitney & Co's express, res W s 

Washington bet Eighth and Ninth 
Holbrook H. P., res The Centennial 

HOLCOMB & OUTRAM (M. T. Holcomb and D. J. Out- 
ram) boots and shoes, W s Broadway bet Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth 
Holcomb C H., furniture (S F) res 855 Myrtle 
Holcomb Charles, carriages (S F) res 958 Webster 
HOLCOMB MYRON T. (Holcomb & Outram) res 33 Valley 
HOLCOMB W. B., lumber, comer Market and Spear (S F 

res 1009 Washington 
Holcomb — , res 503 Eleventh 
HOLDEN JOHN H., National brewery depot and wines and 

liquors, 412 Tenth, res 911 Webster 
Holdsworth Bennett, carpenter, res N s Twenty-third nr 

Valley 
Holiday John M., glove manufacturer, res 415 East Twelfth 
Holister David, carpenter, res 512 Eighth 
Holladay P. B. mate stmr Louise, res 373 East Fifteenth 
Hollahan James, res N s Third bet Castro and Brush 
Holland A. F., porter C P E B, res 662 Fifth 
Holland Dennis, teamster, res 653 Broadway 

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Horace Harry, laborer with W. Laicllaw, res cor Third and 

Myrtle 
Horace Henry, carriage trimmer, res 952 Third 
Horan William, hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Horan William H., driver Contra Costa Laundry 
Hord S. A. Mrs., res 1013 Sixth av, E O 
Hore Morris, laborer, res 365 Tenth 
Horn Margaret, widow, res 705 Fifth 

Horn Patrick, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 
Horn William, res 705 Fifth 

Hornbloch Jacob, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 
Hornblower A. E. Mrs., res Grand Western Hotel, W O 
Horner L. W., hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Hornund Frederick, butcher with M. Goldsticker 
Hornung Gustav, druggist, res S s Sixteenth nr Clay 
Horr M. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 516 Ninth 
Horswill & Jones (David Horswill and J. H. Jones) house 

and sign painters, 832 Clay 
Horswill David (Horswill & Jones) res 518 Eighth 
Horton Charles, res W s Market cor Twenty-first 
Horton George N., engineer C P R R, res N s Goss nr 

Cedar av 
Horton Jerry, tinsmith with J. H. Howard, res Union Hotel 
Horton Richard, groceries and provisions, S s Seventh nr 

Market, res 667 Sixth 
Hoskins Edward, res 769 Jefferson 
HOSKINS WILLIAM, notary public, commissioner deeds 

for all the States and Territories, and agent Commercial 

Fire Ins. C, 909 Broadway, res Eland House 
Hosmer James, carpenter, res 860 Harrison 
Hostetter Frank (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res SW cor 13th av 

and East Fifteenth 
Hotel de France, August Ohlig proprietor, 417 First 
Hough Albert, gardener, cor Merrimac and Broadway 
Hough Clark A. Rev., res SW cor Elm and Edward 
Hough James F., bookkeeper, res NW cor East Fourteenth 

and Third av 
Hough Joseph Z., carpenter, res 522 Eighth 
Hougen O. H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res NE cor 

Franklin and Third 
Hougham H. D., real estate, res 458 Fifth 
Houghton Frederick T., wood and willowware (S F) res N s 

Lincoln nr Willow, W O 
Houghton John F., president Home Mutual Ins. Co. (S F) 

res Knox House 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 225 

Houghton Koscoe E., atty-at-law (S F) res E s Elm nr Haw- 
thorne av 

Houk David, teamster, res Union Hotel, E O 

HOW & DOOLITTLE (John E. How and Henry Doolittle) 
house and sign painters, NE cor Ninth and Broadway 

HOW JOHN E. (How & Doolittle) res 307 Seventh 

Howard Asa, justice of the peace, res Union Hotel 

Howard Charles Webb, president Spring Valley W W Co. 
(S F) res NE cor Fourteenth and Alice 

HOWARD GEORGE W. (Strauter & Howard) res S s 
Twenty-second bet West and Curtis 

HOWARD JOHN H., stoves, tinware, gasfitting and plumb- 
ing, E s 13th av bet East Eleventh and East Twelfth 

Howard — , carpenter, res 856 Clay 

Howard — , stationery (S F) res Grand Western Hotel, W O 

Howatt Thomas, laborer, res W s Chester nr Fifth 

HOWE CHARLES (Olmsted & Howe) res Newland's Hotel 

Howe Collins, carpenter, res 966 Castro 

Howe C. P., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Howe Henry P., commission merchant (S F) res N s Thir- 
teenth bet Wood and Willow, W O 

Howe M. M., blacksmith, res 958 Webster 

Howe Montgomery, farmer, res Webster extension nr Moss av 

Howe Samuel, farmer, res Webster extension nr Moss av 

Howe Samuel, millwright W D Co, res 3 Short, W O 

Howell Eugene W., student University 

Howell J. E., brakeman CPEE 

Howell Peter, res 861 Washington 

Howell S. S., res N s East Sixteenth bet 11th and 12th avs 

Howell Thomas, laborer W D Co 

Howland J. M., clerk with G. W. Dam, res Twenty -fourth 
nr San Pablo av 

Howland Julia Mrs., res 714 Filbert 

HOWLAND WILLIAM H., mining superintendent, res N s 
Elm nr San Pablo av 

Howlett Frederick, clerk with L. Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 

Howlett William, proprietor Louisiana House, 420 First 

Howlett William, watchman Court House, res NE cor First 
and Broadway 

Hoyt Andrew, carpenter, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 

Hoyt M. L. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res cor 
Webster and Seventeenth 

Hoyt N. B., Inspector Customs (S F) res NW cor Seward 
and Peralta, W 

Hoyt Samuel, president Eucalyptus Co, res cor Twelfth and 
Washington 



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224 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY- 

Horace Harry, laborer with W. Laidlaw, res cor Third and 

Myrtle 
Horace Henry, carriage trimmer, res 952 Third 
Horan William, hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Horan William H., driver Contra Costa Laundry 
Hord S. A. Mrs., res 1013 Sixth av, E O 
Hore Morris, laborer, res 365 Tenth 
Horn Margaret, widow, res 705 Fifth 

Horn Patrick, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 
Horn William, res 705 Fifth 

Hornbloch Jacob, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 
Homblower A. E. Mrs., res Grand Western Hotel, W O 
Horner L. W., hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Hornund Frederick, butcher with M. Goldsticker 
Hornung Gustav, druggist, res S s Sixteenth nr Clay 
Horr M. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 516 Ninth 
Horswill & Jones (David Horswill and J. H. Jones) house 

and sign painters, 832 Clay 
Horswill David (Horswill & Jones) res 518 Eighth 
Horton Charles, res W s Market cor Twenty-first 
Horton George N., engineer C PER, res N s Goss nr 

Cedar av 
Horton Jerry, tinsmith with J. H. Howard, res Union Hotel 
Horton Richard, groceries and provisions, S s Seventh nr 

Market, res 667 Sixth 
Hoskins Edward, res 769 Jefferson 
HOSK2NS WILT JAM, notary public, commissioner deeds 

for all the States and Territories, and agent Commercial 

Fire Ins. C, 909 Broadway, res Eland House 
Hosmer James, carpenter, res 860 Harrison 
Hostetter Frank (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res SW cor 13th av 

and East Fifteenth 
Hotel de France, August Ohlig proprietor, 417 First 
Hough Albert, gardener, cor Merrimac and Broadway 
Hough Clark A. Rev., res SW cor Elm and Edward 
Hough James F., bookkeeper, res NW cor East Fourteenth 

and Third av 
Hough Joseph Z., carpenter, res 522 Eighth 
Hougen O. H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res NE cor 

Franklin and Third 
Hougham H. D., real estate, res 458 Fifth 
Houghton Frederick T., wood and willowware (S F) res N s 

Lincoln nr Willow, W O 
Houghton John F., president Home Mutual Ins. Co. (S F) 

res Knox House 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 225 

Houghton Roscoe E., atty-at-law (S F) res E s Elm nr Haw- 
thorne av 

Houk David, teamster, res Union Hotel, E 

HOW & DOOLITTLE (John E. How and Henry Doolittle) 
house and sign painters, NE cor Ninth and Broadway 

HOW JOHN E. (How & Doolittle) res 307 Seventh 

Howard Asa, justice of the peace, res Union Hotel 

Howard Charles Webb, president Spring Valley W W Co. 
(S F) res NE cor Fourteenth and Alice 

HOWARD GEORGE W. (Strauter & Howard) res S s 
Twenty-second bet West and Curtis 

HOWARD JOHN H., stoves, tinware, gasfitting and plumb- 
ing, E s 13th av bet East Eleventh and East Twelfth 

Howard — , carpenter, res 856 Clay 

Howard — , stationery (S F) res Grand Western Hotel, W O 

Howatt Thomas, laborer, res W s Chester nr Fifth 

HOWE CHARLES (Olmsted & Howe) res Newland's Hotel 

Howe Collins, carpenter, res 966 Castro 

Howe C. P., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Howe Henry P., commission merchant (S F) res N s Thir- 
teenth bet Wood and Willow, W O 

Howe M. M., blacksmith, res 958 Webster 

Howe Montgomery, farmer, res Webster extension nr Moss av 

Howe Samuel, farmer, res Webster extension nr Moss av 

Howe Samuel, millwright W D Co, res 3 Short, W O 

Howell Eugene W., student University 

Howell J. B., brakeman CPEE 

Howell Peter, res 861 Washington 

Howell S. S., res N s East Sixteenth bet 11th and 12th avs 

Howell Thomas, laborer W D Co 

Howland J. M., clerk with G. W. Dam, res Twenty-fourth 
nr San Pablo av 

Howland Julia Mrs., res 714 Filbert 

HOWLAND WILLIAM H., mining superintendent, res N s 
Elm nr San Pablo av 

Howlett Frederick, clerk with L. Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 

Howlett William, proprietor Louisiana House, 420 First 

Howlett William, watchman Court House, res NE cor First 
and Broadway 

Hoyt Andrew, carpenter, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 

Hoyt M. L. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res cor 
Webster and Seventeenth 

Hoyt N. B., Inspector Customs (S F) res NW cor Seward 
and Peralta, W O 

Hoyt Samuel, president Eucalyptus Co, res cor Twelfth and 
Washington 



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226 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hu Lee (Chinese) laundry, W s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Hubback Catherine Mrs., res 1128 Myrtle 
Hubback Edward, agent (S F) res 1128 Myrtle 
Hubbard Aclolphus S., agent People's Express, 819 Filbert 
Hubbard E. Mrs., res Knox House 
Hubbard Henry, clerk W D Co 

Hubbard John, teamster, res Railroad av nr Pine, W 
Hubbard John M., carpenter, res NE cor Pine and Railroad 

av, W O 
Hubbard Warren, machinist C P R R, res S s Tenth bet A d- 

eline and Magnolia, W O 
Hubbert & Hulsmann (Wm. Hubbert and Henry Hulsmann) 

butchers, NE cor Twenty-fourth and Telegraph av 
Hubbert "William (Hubbert & Hulsmann) res cor Twenty- 
third and Telegraph av 
Huber Charles, jeweler with A. H. Buehren, res Temescal 
Huber Minnie Miss, res N s Brown nr West 
Hudoff Charles D., clerk with H. Turn Suden & Co, res 701 

East Twelfth 
Hudson A. S., physician and surgeon, office and res NW cor 

Eighth and Broadway 
Hudson George H., student University 
Hudson J. H., cigars and tobacco, 1010 Broadway 
Hudson Lyell E., student with Dr. A. S. Hudson, res NW 

cor Eighth and Broadway 
HuffLucien B., farmer, res 474 East Fourteenth 
Huff William, res 474 East Fourteenth 
Hufschmidt Henry, plumber (S F) res S s Seward nr Wood, 

WO 
Hufschmidt Louis, plumber (S F) res E s Wood nr Seward, 

WO 
Hugenholtz F. A. B., merchant, res E s Chester nr Ninth, 

WO 
Hughes Alexander, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
Hughes Charles, commercial agent (S F) res W s Grove nr 

Caledonia 
Hughes David, clerk, res W s 9th av bet East Sixteenth and 

East Seventeenth 
Hughes Enoch, laborer with G. H. Naegle, res 362J Fourth 
Hughes George, student University 
Hughes Kate, domestic, 1077 Eighth 
Hughes Margaret, domestic, NE cor Middle and Peralta, 

WO 
Hughes Martin, plasterer, res NE cor 13th av and East 

Fourteenth 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 227 

Hughes Patrick, carpenter, res 814 Grove 

Hughes Patrick, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 814 Grove 

Hughes Robert, res 262 Eighth 

Hughes T. J., res 515 East Eleventh 

Hughes William A., wines and liquors (S F) res W s Wood 
bet Railroad av and William, W O 

Hughes William B. Mrs., res N s Eighth bet Grove and 
Castro 

Hughs John, tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, 1109 Broadway 

Huie H. R., blacksmith, res 310 Third 

Hulbert William W., pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, 
res N s East Seventeenth bet 7th and 8th avs 

Huley James, butcher with Rice & White 

Hulsmann Henry (Hubbert & Hulsmann) res cor Twenty- 
third and Telegraph av 

Hultz Charles, upholsterer, res 567 Seventh 

Humbert Jonas, pressman Daily News, res N s Twenty-sixth 
nr San Pablo av 

HUMBOLDT HOTEL, H. C. Babcock proprietor, W s Tel- 
egraph av nr Temescal Creek 

Hume Annie M. Miss, res NE cor Twenty-first and Tele- 
graph av 

Hume E. F. Mrs., res NE cor Twenty-first and Telegraph av 

Humphrey Morton, res 403 East Fourteenth 

Hung Lee (Chinese) laundry, E s Wood nr Lincoln, W O 

Hunt Charles, calker W D Co 

Hunt Edwin, county assessor, County Court House, room 
3, res S s Thirteenth nr Washington 

Hunt George H., engineer C P R R, res Russell House 

Hunt H. S., res 807 Castro 

Hunt Joseph, res NW cor 21st av and East Twenty-fourth 

HUNT MILAN, manager City Hall Livery Stable, res N s 
Fourteenth nr City Hall 

Hunt Robert F., stableman with Johnson & Downing, res 
413 Fourth 

Hunt Walter, carpenter, res NW cor 21st av and East Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Hunter J. D., shipjoiner W D Co, res Railroad Exchange 
Hotel, W O 

Hunter Thomas, milk dairy, res W s Brush nr Twenty-sec- 
ond 

Huntington George, carpenter, res E s Linden near Thirtieth 

Huntington Uriel, capitalist, res NE cor Wood and Eighth, 
WO 

Huntley D wight B., res W s Webster bet Fourteenth and 
Sixteenth y 

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Huntley Porter C, res W s Webster bet Fourteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Hunton Logan, clerk (S F) res 715 Tenth 
Huot C, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Huot Charles, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res Overland 

House 
Hurd Frank, inspector CPKK, res N s Sycamore nr Tele- 
graph av 
Hurd I. N. Kev., res S s Locust nr Telegraph av 
Hurd M. S., adjuster claims CPEE, res K s Sycamore nr 

Telegraph av 
HURL GEORGE (Gage & Hurl) 476 Eighth 
Hurley Ellen, domestic, 1218 Oak 
Hurley James, lather, res 372 Seventh 
Hurley James J., butcher, res S s Sixteenth nr Market 
Hurley Timothy, laborer, res 518 Sixth 
HURLL WILLIAM T., groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Second and Broadway 
Hurst Herman, shipwright W D Co 
Hussey H. P., res Grand Central Hotel 
Hussey J. G., res Grand Central Hotel 
Hussey William H., clerk Custom House, res S s Walton nr 

Grove 
Huston Kobert G., groceries, and proprietor The Home, cor 

University Grounds and Humboldt av, Berkeley 
Huston William, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Hutchings Daniel F., res S s East Eleventh bet 9th and 

10th avs 
Hutchins Charles E., driver Broadway and Piedmont R R 

Co, res 671 Fourth 
Hutchins G. H., receiving teller London and San Francisco 

Bank (S F) res S s Eighth nr Filbert 
Hutchinson Charles C, merchant, res W s Campbell nr 

Lincoln, W 
Hutchinson George O., merchant, res W S Campbell nr 

Lincoln, W O 
Hutchinson Jane Miss, res N s Seventeenth nr West 
Hutchinson John J., student University , 
Hutchinson Joseph, student University 
Hutchinson T. R., salesman (S F) res 936 Filbert 
HUTCHISON JAMES, seeds and florist, and proprietor 

Bay Nursery, SE cor Washington and Fourteenth, res 

cor Telegraph av and Bay pi 
Huttleston George, boot and shoemaker, S s Railroad av bet 

Pine and Cedar, W 
Hutstein William, groceries, 401 Tenth 

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Hyde Catherine, domestic, cor Clay and Ninth 

HYDE E. H., crockery and fancy goods, SW cor Broadway 

and Eleventh, res 1004 Broadway 
Hyde Isaac, res 60-4 Eighth 
Hyde Johannah, domestic, 946 Myrtle 
Hyde Lawrence, clerk with M. Brink, res 458 Twelfth 
Hyde Thomas J., teacher Harvard School, res 458 Twelfth 
Hyde T. J. Mrs., fancy needle work and stamping, 458 

Twelfth 
Hyde W. B., civil engineer, res 162 Third 
Hymen Philip, painter, res 460 Fifth 



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Icke Katie Miss, dressmaker, res 763 East Twelfth 

Use William A., assayer, res 677 Sixth 

Imbert Fred., waiter Vith John Berger, res French Hotel, 

WB 
Imfeld Ignatz, brickmaker with Kunkel Bros. 
Immel August, woodcarver W D Co, res 33 Everett (S F) 
IMPERIAL INSURANCE CO. (fire, of London) H. L. 

Koff & Co. agents, 1004 Broadway fe> 

INGERSOLL WILLIAM B., photographer, gallery and res o 

SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Ingerson Charles A., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

565 Fifth 

Ingols James E., clerk (S F) res 604 Fourteenth cp 

INSTITUTE OF CIVIL ENGINEERING, Albert Van Der < 
Naillen principal, 461 Ninth g_ 

Inwald — , res 311 Eighth cr 

Inwall Benjamin J., barkeeper with Held & Neller, res 509 

Sixth 
Ipsen J. P. H., sawyer, res SE cor Sycamore and San 

Pablo av 
Ireland James, clerk, res N s East Twenty-fifth nr 21st av 
Irish S. L., carpenter WD Co, res S s Goss bet Pine and 

Cedar W O 
Irish Spencer, machine hand Oakland Mills, res 661 Wash- 
ington 
Ironmonger C. J., cook, 858 Broadway, res 364 First 
Irvin A. M., bricklayer, res 804 East Twelfth 
Irvin William, miner, res 271 Eighth 
Irving Grammar School, J. B. McChesney principal, cor 

Market and Twelfth 
Irving Samuel, student University 



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Irving William K., clerk with A. L. Bancroft & Co, res 671 

Sixth 
Irvin Stuart, gardener, res N s Twenty-second nr West 
Isaacs J. D., draughtsman CPEE, res 775 Fourteenth 
Isaacson Andrew, carpetlayer with C. L. Taylor, res Webster 

nr Third 
Isaacson Christian, carpetlayer with Charles L. Taylor, 1060 

Broadway 
Ispinosa Dimean, master mariner, res E s San Pablo nr 

Higgins av 
Itell — , res E s Henry bet West Fifth and Seventh 
Iva Cottage Club, A. F. Martin president, Anthony Olsen 

secretary, O. F. Martin treasurer, SW cor University 

grounds, Berkeley 

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Jacinto Joseph, laborer, res E s 18th av bet East Fourteenth 

and Fifteenth 
Jacknes Morris, laborer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Jackson A. M., watchmaker California Watch Co., res E s 

Sixth nr Delaware, W B 
JACKSON B. C. & CO. (B. C. Jackson and Geo. C. Strate- 

meyer) sign and pictorial painters, 864 Broadway 
JACKSON B. C. (B. C. Jackson & Co.) res 1059 Broadway 
Jackson B. C, apothecary with William G. Dinsmore, res 

1160 Alice 
Jackson G. A., carpenter, res 512 Eighth 
Jackson Giles A., carpenter, res S s Fifth bet Filbert and 

Myrtle 
Jackson James, Contra Costa Laundry 
Jackson John, piledriver CPRK, res Kailroad Exchange 

Hotel, W 
Jackson John, waiter, res cor First and Franklin 
Jackson Joseph, whitener, res 572 Sixth 
Jackson Oscar T., hairdresser, S s Railroad av bet Wood 

and Pine, W O 
Jackson R. F., bookkeeper (S F) res W s Campbell nr 

Eighth, W O 
Jackson Robert, carpenter, res cor Thirty-fourth and Ad- 
eline 
Jackson Robert M., dishwasher Union Hotel, E O 
Jackson William L., porter, res 164 Seventh 
Jacob Ernest, tailor, res 837 Clay 



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Jacob William, laborer with J. Lusk& Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
Jacobs Aaron, tailor with M. Rosenberg, res cor Clay and 

Seventh 
Jacobs Edmund, bookkeeper with Samuel Heywood, res cor 

Second and Bristol, W B 
Jacobs James, blind maker Pioneer Planing Mills, res Third 

bet Jefferson and Grove 
Jacobs James H., res cor Second and Bristol, W B 
Jacobs Julius, res Kelsey House 
Jacobs Myer, student University 
Jacobs Richard C, mining, res N s Railroad av bet Union 

and Kirkham 
Jacobus C. T., res S s Eighth nr Adeline, W O 
Jacoby John, laborer, res S s Logan nr Grove 
Jacoby Robert, pipe maker Contra Costa Water Co., res S s 

Logan nr Grove 
Jacox C. H., laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
Jacquenot Xavier, fruit and vegetables, S s E Fourteenth 

bet 18th and 19th avs 
JAFFE LOUIS (Freeman & Jaffe) res 618 O'Farrell (S F) 
Jaffe Myer E., student University 
JAHN & SCHOLL (H. Jahn and C. F. Scholl) gun and 

locksmiths, 372 Tenth 
JAHN HENRY (Jahn & Scholl) res 372 Tenth 
James Benjamin, butcher, res 856 Clay 
JAMES' BLOCK, N s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine 
James George, rigger W D Co, res Railroad av nr Point 
James Isaac E., mining engineer, res NE cor Fourteenth and 

Webster 
James J. G., live stock, res 763 Twelfth 
James Joshua, carpenter, res E s Grove nr Twenty-sixth 



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Janies Mary E., res E s Broadway bet Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth 
James Samuel, master mariner, res Grand Western Hotel 
James William, gardener, Mills' Seminary 
Jancovich George, coffee saloon (S F) res Wood bet Seventh 

and Division, W O 
Janin Louis, mining engineer, res W s Webster bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Janis — , labores, res S s East Seventeenth bet 11th and 12th 

avs 
Janney A. M., clerk with Peter Baker, res 363 Fifth 
Jans Obbe, wines, liquors and cigars, 459 Seventh, res E s 

Chester bet Tenth and Eleventh, W O 
Jansen Charles, laborer, res N s Frederick nr San Pablo av 
Jansen Hans, ward keeper Napa Insane Assylum, res S s 

Logan bet Telegraph av and Grove 
Jansen Louis, laborer with Shakespeare & Walter, res Phil- 
adelphia Restaurant 
Janssen Ernst, salesman, res 515 Eighth 
Jantzen Herman F., student University 
Janvein George M., sawyer Oakland Planing Mill, res E s 

Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 
Janvier A. E., teacher Cal. Millitary Academy 
Jay John, laborer with Taylor & Co., res NW cor Pacific av 

and Webster, Alameda 
Jayne A. H., police judge, City Hall, res 617 Thirteenth 
Jee Arthur, res 505 East Eleventh 
Jeffers William H., res N s East Sixteenth bet 6th and 7th 

avs 
Jeffers William H., res 356 Ninth 

Jeffery John, cabinet maker, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
fourth 
Jeffery M. A. C. Miss, res W s Curtis nr Twenty-first 
Jegstrup Anna, chambermaid The Centennial 
Jellett F. M., carpenter and builder, res N s East Sixteenth 

bet 6th snd 7th avs 
Jellett Matthew, carpenter and builder, res 213 Fourth 
Jenkins Acquilla, driver with P. Baker, res 363 Fifth 
Jenkins C, conductor C P R R, res Oakland whart 
Jenkins F., band sawyer Oakland Planing Mill 
Jenkins F. E., mechanic, res 603 Third 
Jenkins George, laborer, res W s cor West and Twenty-first 
Jenkins John W., lodging house, 856 Broadway 
Jenkins Sarah, nurse, N s Seventeenth nr Telegraph av 
Jenkins T. F., real estate (S F) res N s Seventh nr Brush 



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OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 233 

Jenkins William, carrier with H. C. Hollub, res N s Seventh 
bet Brush and Castro 

Jenks Frank A., coal broker (S F) res NW cor Twelfth and 
Poplar, W O 

Jenning Godhold, merchant tailor, S s Eailroad av bet Wood 
and Willow, res SE cor Sixteenth and Kirkham, W O 

Jennings Thomas, carpenter, res Eland House 

Jenson Kate Mrs., dressmaker, S s Goss bet Pine and Wood 

Jerome E. B., res 755 Webster 

Jerro Joseph, gardener Mill's Seminary 

Jester D. T., coachsmith with M. W. Allen 

Jewell George D., res E s Franklin bet Seventeenth and 
Durant 

Jewett Jarvis, collector, res 800 Castro 

Jewett L. D. Mrs., res The Centennial 

Jewett Susan N. Miss, teacher High School, res E s Franklin 
nr Eighteenth 

Jinkens William, gardener, N s Twenty-sixth nr Broadway 

Johannis H. H., res Grand Central Hotel 

John Louis, barber with Ernest Held 

Johnsen Lawrence, cook with L. Milloslovich, res Cosmo- 
politan 

Johnson & Downing (S. W. Johnson and Theodore Down- 
ing) proprietors Plaza Livery and Sale Stable, 413 Fourth 

Johnson Adelia Miss, res 516 Ninth 

Johnson A. F., wines and liquors, saloon and res SE cor 
First and Webster , 

Johnson Albert S., compositor Brooklyn Vidette, res Sev- 
enth nr Wood, E O 

Johnson Amos, sawyer with Purington & Ough, res 613 
East Eleventh 

Johnson Andrew, shipwright, res 1060 Third 

Johnson A. T., foreman with A. H. Southwick, res 470 
Eighth 

Johnson Benjamin, carpenter, res 320 Fourth 

Johnson Charles, laborer, res N s Twenty-sixth nr West 

Johnson Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Johnson Charles, master mariner, res SE cor First and 
Webster 

Johnson Charles, laborer, res S s Prospect av nr Broadway 

Johnson Charles, laborer with G. H. Naegle, res NE cor 
San Pablo av and Nineteenth 

Johnson Charles M., photographer with William B. Inger- 
soll, res 828 Franklin 

Johnson Constantine, carpenter, res NE cor Franklin and 

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Johnson Cornelius, superintendent sleeping cars CPEE, 
res N s Third bet Brush and Castro 

Johnson Delos H., res N s East Seventeenth bet 9th and 
10th avs 

JOHNSON EBEN, groceries and provisions, NE cor Twelfth 
and Market, res 1119 West 

Johnson E. J. Mrs., res 512 Eighth 

Johnson E. W. Mrs., teacher, res W s Telegraph av nr 
Forty-third 

Johnson Frank S., clerk with W. T. Coleman & Co (SF) res 
E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 

Johnson Frank, with Oakland Planing Mill, res 665 Third 

Johnson Frank Mrs., res E s Telegraph av bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty, third 

Johnson Frederick T., driver with L. M. Beaudry, res 512 
Eighth 

Johnson H., porter CPKE 

Johnson Hans, gardener, res W s Webster nr Twenty-third 

Johnson Hetty Mrs., res 553 Sixth 

Johnson Hiram A., carpenter, res 814 Alice 

Johnson H. B., carpenter, res 470 Eighth 

Johnson James, dishwasher Newlands Hotel 

Johnson J. E., carriagemaker with M. W. Allen 

Johnson Jerome, carpenter, res NE cor Second and Franklin 

Johnson John, res 365 Fourth 

Johnson John, capitalist, res 767 Alice 

Johnson John, dealer stocks, res 1054 Broadway 

Johnson John H., bookkeeper, res 767 Alice 

Johnson J. S., bookkeeper with M. De La Montanya, res 
cor Fifth and Alice 

Johnson Owen R., res 417 East Fourteenth 

Johnson Patrick W., clerk (S F) res cor Eighth and Camp- 
bell, W O 

Johnson Perry, Marshal and Tax Collector Oakland City, 
office City Hall, room 5, res 360 Second 

Johnson Peter, cooper, res W s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth 

Johnson S. C, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Johnson Susie, domestic, 1053 Fifth av, E O 

Johnson S. W. (Johnson & Downing) res Pacheco, Contra 
Costa Co, Cal 

Johnson Thomas, coffee saloon, 425 Drumm (S F) res 627 
Filbert 

Johnson Thomas, carpenter W D Co 

Johnson W. A., carpenter, res 470 Third 

Johnson William, laborer with George E. Grant 

Johnson William Henry, boot and shoemaker, 467 Sixth 



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OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 235 

Johnston Charles, laborer, res 709 Jackson 

Johnston E. Mrs., res W s Telegraph av nr Evoy av 

Johnston Henry, piledriver C P II ft, res Eailroad Exchange 
Hotel, W O 

Johnston Henry B., student University 

Johnston James M., clerk (S F) res S s Brown nr West 

Johnston Jeremiah, packer (S F) res E s Pine nr Seward, 
WO 

Johnston N. ft., editor Pacific Newspaper Publishing Co 
(S F) res E s Kirkham nr Tenth, W O 

Johnston ft. ft. Mrs., teacher, res E s Kirkham nr Tenth, 
WO 

Johnston T. C, res 715 Fourth 

Johnston William J., expressman, res E s 10th avbet East 
Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 

Jones Benjamin ft., res N s Fourth bet Grove and Castro 

Jones Benjamin B„ poultry, res 910 Washington 

Jones C, H., butcher, 65 San Pablo av, res 63 San Pablo av 

Jones Charles, carpenter, res N s Eighteenth nr West 

JONES CEARLES, groceries, liquors and tea, 1115 Broad- 
way, res Knox House 

Jones Cornelius, painter, res 55 San Pablo av 

Jones Daniel H., porter CPEE, res 808 Harrison 

Jones E. B. Mrs., res N s Eighth nr Grove 

Jones Edward K., carpenter, res Star House 

Jones Elon G., janitor High School, res 359 Tenth 

Jones Francis, cook St. Joseph's Academy 

Jones George, gardener, res N s Golden Gate av foot hills, 
Berkeley 

Jones George W., carpenter, res W s Pine nr Seward, W O 

Jones Henry, with Contra Costa Laundry 

Jones Henry B., assistant instructor German, University, 
res S s Second nr Alice 

Jones Henry S., truckman, res 608 Fourth 

Jones Horace, bookkeeper with J. G. Hodge & Co., res 924 
Filbert 

Jones James, clerk with N. Williams, res Eighth nr Wash- 
ington 

Jones James N., clerk, res 508 Fighth 

Jones J. H. (Horswill & Jones) res 832 Clay 

Jones John, res NW cor Second and Jefferson 

Jones Kate, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Jones Myron H., student University 

Jones Nathaniel A., machinist W D Co, res Alameda Point 

Jones O. B., builder, res N s Eighteenth nr West 

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Jones R. H., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Jones Simon D., salesman, res E s Wood bet Atlantic and 
William, W O 

Jones T. H. B., res 514 Tenth 

Jones Thomas, painter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

Jones Thomas A., painter, res S s Nineteenth bet Castro 
and Brush 

Jones Thomas B., compositor Transcript, res 910 Washing- 
ton 

Jones Walter B., student University 

Jones William, laborer, res W s Shattuck nr University av, 
Berkeley 

Jones William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Jones William, porter CPRE 

Jones William C., res N s Eighth nr Grove 

Jones William Carey, res grad University, Berkeley 

Jones William L. Rev., res N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Jones — , carpenter CPEE, res Railroad av nr Cedar, W O 

Jones — , grocer, res Kelsey House 

Jordan Brothers (Moses S. and John C. Jordan) carpenters 
and builders, 403 Tenth 

Jordan Elliott, carpenter with Jordan Bros, res 403 Tenth 

Jordan Frank C, secretary The Real Estate Union, res S s 
Sixteenth nr Jefferson 

Jordan John C. (Jordan Bros) res 403 Tenth 

Jordan Joseph W. (Clayton & Co, S F) res NW cor East 
Twenty-fourth and 13th av 

Jordan Moses S. (Jordan Bros) 403 Tenth 

Jordan R. K., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

JORDAN WILLIAM H., manager The Real Estate Union, 
921 Broadway, res 958 Eighth 

Jorey William B., student University 

Joseph Anton, laborer with Taylor & Co, res 360 Third 

Joseph Joseph, laborer with Taylor & Co, res NE cor Twen- 
ty-eighth and Grove 

Josephs P. A., bookkeeper, res 572 Fourth 

Josephs Peter, plasterer, res 572 Fourth 

Jost William H., res 718 Fourth 

JOURNAL COMPANY (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) 
publishers and proprietors Oakland Journal (German 
weekly) 911 Broadway 

Joyce Mary, domestic, W s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 

Joyce Mary, domestic, cor Twenty-third and San Pablo 

Joyce L. B., machinist California Watch Co, res E s Sixth 
nr Delaware, W B 

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OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 237 

Joyner Frank O., student University 

Judah M. B., res 1164 Alice 

JUDGE POLICE COURT, A. H. Jayne, office 5 City Hall 

JUDGE THIRD DISTRICT COURT, S. B. McKee, Court 
House, room 2 

Judson John M., clerk with Charles L. Taylor, res N s Six- 
teenth bet Clay and Jefferson 

Julien G. B., res E s Broadway bet Twenty-fifth and Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Julien N. S., res Sunnyside House 

Jurgens Charles, groceries and liquors and res W s Tele- 
graph av opp- Humboldt Park 

Jurgensen Mette C, cook, W s Adeline nr Sixteenth, W O 

Jurgerwitz Johann, res NE cor 21st av and East Four- 
teenth 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, James Lentell, NW cor Elev- 
enth and Franklin, Win. M. Graham, 470 Seventh and 
George H. Fogg, Union Savings Bank Building 



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Kaas Peter, gilder with Lutz & Berg, res Webster nr Third 

Kace John, gardener, res 813 Thirteenth 

Kaber G., stableman, res Golden Star Hotel 

Kadel Barbara Mrs., res SE cor Sixteenth and Brush 

KAESE & RODE (August Kaese and Christian Rode) 

gunsmiths, locksmiths and bell hangers, 419 Tenth 
KAESE AUGUST (Kaese & Rode) res E s San Pablo av nr 

Frederick 
Kaiser Martin, upholsterer, 423 Tenth 
Kallenberg Emil, barber with Carl Stulz, res N s Railroad 

av bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Kallher Patrick, horseshoer with Sohst Bros., res Golden 

Star Hotel 
Kallstron Herman, pilot, res N s Eighth nr Willow, W O 
Kane Dennis, laborer C P R R, res 612 Fifth 
Kane Frank, bartender with J. M. Cronin, res 518 Sixth 
Kane James, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Kane John, carpenter, res W s Market nr Twenty-fourth 
Kane John, dairy and res W s Broadway bet Moss and 

Weston avs 
Kane Kate, domestic, 950 Adeline 

Kane Kittie, domestic, N s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W 
Kane Michael, coachman, 919 Adeline, W O 
Kane Michael, laborer, res Central House 



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238 OAKLAND [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kane Patrick, laborer, res N s Twenty-seventh nr "West 
Kane Patrick, laborer, res E s Henry nr Fifth 
Kane Patrick, laborer W D Co 
Kantz Charles P., gardener, res 810 Third 
Kapen Sarah, domestic, NW cor Tenth and Madison 
Karnes Ellen, domestic, 1155 Brush 
Karns M. K. Mrs., agent Health Lift, res Blake House 
Karrigan John, laborer, res SW cor Nineteenth and Castro 
Karwin M. A., domestic, cor Bay place and Telegraph av 
Kastens Henry C, teamster (S F) res cor Fourth and Addi- 
son, W B 
Kaufmann T., pedlar, res 555 Seventh 
Kays John F., cook Grand Central Hotel 
Kearn Eose Miss, res SE cor Willow and Lincoln, W O 
Kearney John, farmer, res E s Piedmont way nr Dwight 
Kearney Thomas, boots and shoes, W s Telegraph av nr 

Fiftieth, Temescal 
Kearney William, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Kearning John, porter Tubbs' Hotel 

Kearon Eobert E., operator W U Tel Co, res 1011 Webster 
Keath Lizzie, domestic, NW cor Fifth and Castro 
Keathly Lewis, porter, res cor Nineteenth and San Pablo av 
Keating Catherine M. Mrs., res W s Castro nr Twentieth 
Keating James P., bagmaker Golden Gate Mill (S F) res W 

s Chester bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Keating William, shipwright, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham, 

WO 
KEATING WILLIAM J., confectioner, 309 Twelfth, res W 

s Castro bet Nineteenth and Twentieth 
Keefe John, groceries and liquors, SW cor Twenty-fifth and 

Broadway 
Keefe John, laborer, res S s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 
Keefer Jesse E., clerk with Geo. W. Swan & Co. (S F) res 

N s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Keefer W., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Keefer William M., coiner's dept U S Mint (S F) res N s 

Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Keegan Timothy, laborer, res E s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth 
Keenan Anna domestic, SW cor Twelfth and Adeline, W O 
Keenan Margaret, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Seven- 
teenth 
Keer John, engineer C P E E, res S s Grove bet Wood and 

Pine, W O 
Keese Henry, dishwasher Grand Central Hotel 
Kehoe Lawrence, repairer C P E E, res SW cor Clay and 
Fourth 



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Reiser Anton, laborer WD Co, res E s Cedar bet Railroad 
av and William, W O 

Reith J., machinehand Oakland Planing Mill 

Reith John, res 705 Castro 

Reith Mary, widow, res 705 Castro 

Reithley Lewis H., porter with Dunham & Bluett, res Sixth 
nr Washington 

Releher Lizzie, domestic, cor Twelfth and Brush 

Releher Mary, domestic, W s 8th av bet East Eighteenth 
and East Nineteenth 

Relleher Alfred, music teacher Mills Seminary 

Reller Fred, saloon, garden and res cor Shattuck and Tele- 
graph av 

Relley Alex R., ironer (S F) res W s Rirkham nr Twelfth 

Relley Charles, res Filbert bet Second and Third 

Relley E. J. (E. J. Relley & Bro) res 828 Franklin 

Relley James, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res N s Forty- 
sixth nr Telegraph av 

Relley James, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Relley James F., carver W D Co 

Relley John, laborer, res W s Market bet Fourth and Fifth 

Relley John, tapper Contra Costa Water Co 

Relley Joseph, carpenter, res W s Willow nr Chase, W O 

Relley Joseph, carpenter W D Co 

Relley Joseph, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res Temescal 

Relley Michael, laborer, res S s Railroad av bet Pine and 
Cedar, W O 

Relley Patrick, laborer W D Co 

Relley Peter, porter, res Blake House 

Relley Seraph A. Mrs., clairvoyant, res 832 Market 

Relley Thomas, distributer Contra Costa Laundry 

Relley Thomas, laborer C P R R, res Castro bet Fifth and 
Sixth 

Relley Thomas, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 

Relley Zeno, real estate, res 727 Eighth 

KELLOGG A. E., principal Golden Gate Academy, res 
X s Hawthorne bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Rellogg Albert H., student University 

Rellogg Charles W., school director, res NW cor Fifteenth 
and Grove 

Rellogg James, res 912 Sixth, E O 

Rellogg Martin, dean and professor ancient languages Uni- 
versity, res E s Shattuck nr University- av, W B 

Rellogg Sheldon I., capitalist, res Tubbs' Hotel 

KELLOGG SHELDON I. jr. (John M. Lawlor & Co.) res 
Tubbs' Hotel, E O 



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240 OAKLAND [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kellum E. M., shipwright W D Co, res Soracco House, W O 
Kellum Edward M., carpenter W D Co, res Philadelphia 

House (S F) 
Kelly Annie, domestic, res S s Seventeenth nr Clay 
Kelly Charles M., carpenter, res 706 Webster 
Kelly Edward M., carriage trimmer with M. W. Allen 
KELLY E. J. (E. J. Kelly & Co.) res 660 Ninth 
KELLY E. J. & CO. (E. J. and John B. Kelly) real estate 

agents, 414 Seventh 
Kelly George M., clerk with D. Eathjen, res NWcor Jeffer- 
son and Fifth 
Kelly James H., hostler with Mark McKimmons, 613 

Broadway 
Kelly James F., laborer, res Ss Lincoln bet Wood and 

£ine, W O 
Kelly James J., plumber, res E s Telegraph av nr Twenty- 
first 
Kelly John, molder, res 660 Ninth 
KELLY JOHN B. (E. J. Kelly & Co.) res NE cor Sixth 

and Franklin 
Kelly John Mitchel, machinist, res 552 East Eleventh 
Kelly Katie A., domestic, W s Brush nr Seventeenth 
Kelly Luke C, paying teller (S F) res W s Linden nr Eighth 
Kelly Mary Mrs., res N s Twelfth nr Adeline, W O 
Kelly Michael, boilermaker C P E E, res W s Campbell nr 

Eailroad av, W 
Kelly Michael, field assistant City Engineer, res' 660 Ninth 
Kelly P. T., shoemaker, res 552 East Eleventh 
Kelly Eose Mrs., res 660 Ninth 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, res 804 Castro 
Kelly Thomas F., machinist, res 552 East Eleventh 
Kelly William, tailor with J. Carter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Kelly William, tailor with F. Hallahan, res Union Hotel 
Kelly William P., carpenter, res S s William bet Wood and 

Willow, W O 
Kelsch Geo., bartender with David Wemmer, res 416 Eighth 
Kelsey Bryant, real estate, res 765 Fourteenth 
Kelsey George P., student University 

Kelsey House and Cottages, A. de Leo de Laguna proprie- 
tor, W s Telegraph av bet Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth 
Kelsey John, farmer, res E s College av nr Asylum 
Kelsey John A., compositor West Oakland Press, res N s 

Eailroad av bet Wood and Willow 
Kelsey May E. Miss, proof-reader Signs of the Times, res 
NW cor Eleventh and Castro 

Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 






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OAKLAND [K] DIRECTORY. 241 

Kelsey Melville, insurance agent (S F) res 765 Fourteenth 
Kelsey Melville A., clerk (SF) res 765 Fourteenth 
KELSEY NOAH (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.) res N s Seven- 
teenth nr Telegraph av 
KELSEY W. F., proprietor Kelsey's Nurseries, res S s 

Laurel nr Telegraph av 
KELSEY'S NURSERIES, W. F. Kelsey proprietor, bet 

Telegraph and San Pablo avs, South Sycamore 
Kelter John, carpenter, res Soracco House, W O 
Kelton Alanson K., master mariner, res 328 Second 
Kelton E. A-, carpenter W D Co, res West End Hotel 
Kelton John, Gen., res N s Seventeenth bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs 
Kelton William, clerk with E. Maleton, res 328 Second 
Keinler Eosa, domestic, SF cor Ninth and Clay 
Kempkey Augustus, res 808 Castro 
Kendall C. B., patent agent, res Knox House 
Kendall Jerome F., bookkeeper, res SW cor Fifth av and 

East Ninth 
Kendell Nellie E. Miss, retoucher with William B. Inger- 

soll, res S s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Kenfield Addie Miss, res S s Caledonia av nr Grove 
Kenfield Edgar D., clerk with J. W. Davidson & Co. (S F) 

res S s Caledonia av nr Telegraph av 
Kenna J. M., engineer Mills' Seminary 
KENNARD W. R., business manager Tribune, res 658 

Ninth 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, res W s Center opp Tenth 
Kennedy James, res NE cor Second and Alice 
Kennedy Michael, shoemaker with D. O'Keefe, res 681 East 

Twelfth 
Kennedy P M., carpenter, res 707 Fifth 
Kennedy Thomas A., carpenter, res Eland House 
Kennedy William, carpenter, res 707 Fifth 
Kennedy William, milk dairy, res S s East Fourteenth nr 

Park 
Kennedy William W., res 832 Thirteenth 
Kennedy W. W., gasfitter, res Overland House 
Kenney & O'Neil ( John Kenney and Patrick O'Neil ) 

wines and liquors, 420 Seventh 
Kenney John, coachman, res Weston nr Broadway 
Kenney John (Kenney & O'Neil) 420 Seventh 
Kenney Margaret, res 843 Jackson 
Kenney Martin, gardener, res cor Peralta and Union 
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242 OAKLAND [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kenney — , res S s Railroad av bet Chester and Henry 
Kent Bell Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, W s 

Webster bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Kent Daniel M., agent Emigrant Union, res 954 West Fifth 
Kent Michael, hostler, res cor Twelfth and Kirkham, W O 
Kent Berez, agent (S F) res cor Twelfth and Center 
Kent R. F., stock broker (S F) res 561 Eighth 
Kent Richard B., carpenter W D Co, res S s William bet 

Pine and Cedar, W O 
Kent Thomas R., res 666 Tenth 
Kent William, bartender with Patrick Hayes, res SE cor 

Broadway and Fourth 
Kenton — , carpenter, res 519 Eighth 
Kenyon Thomas C, conductor, res 956 Castro 
Kercheval J. H., bookkeeper C P R R, res 1009 Franklin 
Kerewan Julia, domestic, 604 Eighth 
Kerlin Edward, clerk (S F) res 569 Eighth 
Kerlin L. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 569 Eighth 
Kermode William, student University 
Kerney Patrick, expressman, cor Broadway and Seventh, res 

N s Twenty-fifth nr Telegraph av 
Kernippe Jacob, laborer, res E s Wood nr Seward, W O 
Kerr Ann (widow) res Filbert bet Second and Third 
Kerr Thomas J., res NE cor East Eighteenth and 11th av 
Kersch Francis, res cor Kennedy and Livingstone, E O 
Kester Levi B. (McMillan & Kester, S F) res S s Division 

bet Wood and Pine, W O 
Keyer John, engineer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange, 

WO 
Keyes Clementina, res 771 Washington 
Keyes James, car inspector C P R R, res cor Fifth and 

Center, W O 
Keyes John, car repairer C P R R, res Fifth bet Chester 

and Henry, W O 
Keyes Merlin, compositor Daily Evening Tribune, res 771 

Washington 
Kidd R., domestic, res W s Webster nr Orchard av 
Kihlmeyer Louis, res 463 Sixth 
Kilburn A., engineer C P R R, res S s Goss bet Wood and 

Pine, W O ' 
Kilday James, car cleaner C P R R 
Kiley Thomas, painter, res 758 Brush 
Killey Martin M., boilermaker C P R R, res Campbell bet 

Seventh and Eighth, W O 
Killion William, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Kimball A. M., engineer, res SW cor Thirteenth and West 



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OAKLAND [J£] DIRECTORY. 243 

Kimball C. D., contractor and builder, res W s Franklin nr 

Durant 
Kimball James, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Oakland 

House 
KIMBALL JAMES H., proprietor Mansion House, NE cor 

15th av and East Twelfth 
Kimball L. W., builder, res 1023 West cor Eleventh 
Kimball Mary S., principal Swett School, res cor East 

Twentieth and 13th av 
Kimball Minnie T., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 

N s Plymouth av bet Telegraph av and Broadway 
Kime A. W., upholsterer with P. Schreiber, res Elm bet 

Grove and San Pablo av 
Kime James H., carpenter, res res Elm bet Grove and San 

Pablo av 
Kincaid Letitia, teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 311 

Stockton, S F 
Kindler A., res Grand Central Hotel 
Kinhead E. B., res 364 Second 
King & Williams (Geo. A. King and Thos. S. Williams) 

blacksmith, carriage and wagon manufacturers, 414 

Eleventh 
King Alexander, carriagemaker, res 513 Ninth 
King Anna Mrs., res N s Eleventh nr Center 
King Charles A., student University 
King Charles L., printer, res S s Sixteenth nr Market 
King Dennis, machinist W D Co 
King George A. (King & Williams) res 513 Ninth 
King George W., carpenter, res N s Eighth nr Willow, W 
King Henry L. jr., clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co (S F) res 

770 Tenth 
King Harry L., clerk with Grosso & May, res N s Kailroad 

av nr Pine, W O 
King John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
King John, stableman Fashion Livery Stable 
King John C, cabinetmaker W D Co 
King Joseph, coachman with R. W. Kirkham 
King J. W., carpenter W D Co 
King Kate, cook, W s Market nr Eleventh 
KING M. Rev., pastor Church of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion, res 860 Seventh 
King Matthew, nursery, N s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph av 

and Broadway 
King Malcolm G., civil engineer and surveyor, 1004 Broad- 
way, rooms 8-9, res 211 Twelfth 
King Marcus L., shipwright W D Co, res 1054 Third 



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244 OAKLAND []£] DIRECTORY. 

King Susan, Contra Costa Laundry 

King Thomas J., collector with Freeman & Jaffe, res 323 

Fifth 
King "William E., bookkeeper with Thomas & Anderson 
Kingman John F., boot cutter, res 807 "Washington 
Kingman M. V. Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School, 

res 809 Washington 
Kingsbery Sanford, res 59 East Twelfth 
Kingsbury Hubert M., clerk with Steere & Colby, res SE 

cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Kingsbury W. V., miner, res 811 Brush 
Kingsbury — , res SE cor 7th av and East Eleventh 
Kingshol Richard, carpenter, res S s Third bet Market and 

Myrtle 
Kingsland J. G., student University 
Kingsland T. G., clerk with Weston & Welch, res 1065 

Twelfth^ 
Kingsland William J., student University 
Kingsley Eleanor Mrs., teacher, res 1016 Twelfth 
Kingston George, laborer, res N s West Fifth bet Filbert 

and Linden 
Kinnear J. S., foreman sash and blind dept Oakland Mills, 

res 661 Washington 
Kinney Robert S., bookkeeper with Wilson, Merry & Co. (S 

F) res SW cor Thirteenth and Wood, W O 
Kinsey Charles W., auctioneer, res 965 Castro 
Kinsley C. N., conductor C P RR, res N s Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
Kirby James, plasterer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Kirby R. J., carpenter W D Co 

Kircalda Herman, insurance agent, res Humboldt Hotel 
Kirchheiner Henry, proprietor Pacific Candy Manufactory, 

1007 Broadway 
Kirchheiner John Henry, candy manufacturer, store and res 

629 East Twelfth 
Kirchhof L., shipwright, res Central Pacific Railroad House, 

WO 
Kirchhoff Albert, boatman, res 661 Broadway 
KIRCHHOFF BROS (Charles and Conrad Kirchhoff) gro- 
ceries and liquors, NE cor First and Franklin 
KIRCHHOFF CHARLES (Kirchhoff Bros) res NE cor First 

and Franklin 
KIRCHHOFF CONRAD (Kirchhoff Bros) res NE cor First 

and Franklin 
Kirchner John, carpenter, res 258 Fourth 
Kirchoff Amanda Miss, res NW cor Grove and Eighth 



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Kirchoff Charles G., student University 

Kirchoff Lawrence, res E s Cedar nr Short, W O 

Kirk George, inspector Oakland Gas Co., res 805 Jefferson 

Kirk George, gasfitter, res Overland House 

KIRK O. 0., stoves, tinware, gasfitting, plumbing and metal 
roofing, store and res 315 East Twelfth 

Kirk William, architect, 954 Broadway 

KIRKALDIE HERMAN, (H. L. Eoff & Co.) office 907 
Broadway « 

Kirkham Ralph W. Gen., res 58 Eighth 

Kirkpatrick A. M. Mrs., res Union Hotel, E O 

Kirschoff Carie, dressmaker, res 706 Webster 

Kirschhoff Conrad, clerk with C. Hollmann, res NW cor 
Fifth and Castro 

Kirwick Michael, teamster with Remillard & Bros. 

Kish Albert, tailor with S. Francis, res N s Twelfth bet 
Wood and Willow, W O 

Kittredge C. S., physician and secretary Board Health, 
office and res 577 Twelfth 

Kittredge Fannie Mrs., res 766 Fourteenth 

Klaing Edla, domestic, 767 Fourteenth 

Klein Jacob, bookkeeper with E. D. Block & Co, res Cen- 
tral Pacific Hotel 

Klemm Jacob, res 317 Eleventh 

Klemm Jacob, gardener with J. H. Latham, res SW cor 
Ninth and Franklin 

Kleupfer Frederick, plasterer, res 224 Fourth 

Klever Julius, shipwright W D Co 

Kline N., janitor, res 857 Clay 

Klinger Jacob, cook Union Hotel, E O 

Klose Christian A., editor The Pacific (S F) res 710 Ninth 

Klotz Minna, domestic, 836 Jackson 

Kluegel Charles H., surveyor, res Fourteenth bet Adeline 
and Linden 

Klumpp & Kuerzel (Fred. Klumpp and Robert Kuerzel) car- 
riage and wagonmakers, 608 Broadway 

Klumpp Fred. (Klumpp & Kuerzel) res 608 Broadway 

Knapp Edwin G., student University 

Knapp Minnie Miss, music teacher, res Blake House 

Knapp Sewell, merchant, res E s Webster, bet Seventeenth 
and Durant 

Kneale Benjamin, blacksmith and wagonmaker, shop and 

res E s Telegraph nr Temescal 
Kneen William, compositor Tribune, res E s Washington 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Kneich William, res 719 Sixth 



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Kneier George, res 749 East Twelfth. 

Kneisch Jacob, manufacturer dress trimmings, res 375 Fifth 

Kneisch William, manufacturer dress trimmings, res 375 
Fifth 

Knewing Fred., merchant, res S s Caledonia av nr Grove 

Knib Christopher, res 1122 Fifteenth av 

Knib Theresa, res 1122 Fifteenth av 

Knidgren C. W., painter, res E s Linden nr Twenty-eighth 

Knight Elizabeth S. Mrs., res Durant bet San Pablo and 
Telegraph avs 

Knight Fred. W., carpenter, res W s Claynr Seventeenth 

Knight N. R., clerk with B. P. Flint & Co. (S F) res 1106 
Myrtle 

Knight W. H. shipping, res E s Webster bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth 

Knoche Peter, shoemaker, res 324 Fourth 

Knoflach Augustin, teacher Spanish, penmanship and tele- 
graphy Mills' Seminary 

Knott Richard, res S s University av nr Third, W B 

Knowles C. C, dentist (S F) res cor 4th av and East Ninth 

Knowles C. L., carpenter W D Co 

Knowles Ellen, domestic, W s Broadway nr Moss av 

Knowles George EL, clerk CPE R, res S s East Fifteenth 

Knowles G. W., laborer W D Co 

Knowles William, contractor, res 666 Tenth 

Knowlton E., coacnman with George H. Wheaton 

Knowlton N. S., saloon, cor Seventh and Washington, res 
Newland's Hotel 

Knox — Mrs., res 921 Broadway 

Knox Henry E., dentist (S F) res N s Merrimac bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway 

Knox House, W. S. Edwards proprietor, W s Telegraph av 
bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 

Knox I. W, (Palmer, Knox & Co., S F) res Knox House 

Knox Justin, res Knox House 

Knox Oscar, res 1065 Fifth av, E O 

Knudson Andrew, shipwright W D Co, res Central Pacific 
Railroad House, W O 

Koch Gottlieb, carpenter, res S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 

Koehler H. J., clerk with H. Tum-Suden & Co., res Eastern 
Hotel 

KOENIG & BFTNCKMANN (A. Koenig and Edward 
Brinckmann) real estate agents, 472 Seventh 

KOENIG A. (Koenig & Brinckman) res 755 Clay 

Kofoed John C, spring mattras^ maker, 422 Ninth, res N s 
Sixteenth bet West and Market 



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Kohler, Chase & Co., pianos, organs and sheet music, Broad- 
way bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Kohler Charles, assayer, res N s Charter bet Telegraph and 
San Pablo avs 

KOHLER E. F., wholesale and retail wines and liquors, 1502 
Railroad av, W O, res 857 Chester 

Kohler Frederick, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Kohler Henry, polisher Contra Costa Laundry, res SW cor 
Henry and Railroad av 

Kohler Hermann, clerk with A. H. Hansen, res SW cor Rail- 
road av and Wood, W 

Kohler R. J., metallurgist, res N s Charter bet Telegraph 
and San Pablo avs 

KOHLER WILLIAM, proprietor California saloon, 832 
Broadway, res 834 Broadway 

Kohn Leopold, clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros., res 1053 
Broadway 

Kohoa L., car cleaner C P R R 

Kolb Joseph, carpenter, res N s Railroad av bet Adeline 
and Union 

Kolman Louisa, domestic, 770 Thirteenth 

Konig Claus H., painter, res SE cor Lydia and Curtis 

Konecke H., boots and shoes, 912 Broadway, res SW cor 
San Pablo and Twenty-fifth 

Koob Adam, butcher, 20-22 City Market, res cor Telegraph 
av and Frederick 

Kornahrens H. (Koster & Co.) res SW cor Tenth and Web- 
ster 

Koster & Co. (H. Koster and H. Kornahrens) groceries, 
wines and liquors, SE cor Broadway and Tenth 

Koster Herman (Koster & Co.) res SW cor Ninth and Web- 
ster 

Kraft Ernst, carpenter, res 752 Franklin 

Kraft George R., barkeeper with Metzler & Peru, res 471 
Eighth 

Krag F. W., laborer W D Co 

Kramer Peter, laborer, res N s Forty-ninth nr Telegraph av 

KRAMM & DIEVES (Charles Kramm and Joseph Dieves) 
proprietors Oakland Brewery, cor Telegraph av and Du- 
rant and cor Ninth and Broadway 

KRAMM CHARLES (Kramm & Dieves) res NE cor Tele- 
graph av and Durant 

Krause E. F., poet, res Blake House 

Kreinborg Bernhard, driver Brooklyn Brewery, res SW cor 
18th av and East Fourteenth 



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Krepper N., guns, pistols and cutlery, 420 Eleventh, res 

324 Twelfth 
Krepper F., clerk with N. Krepper, res 420 Eleventh 
Kretz Anton, laborer with G. F. Crist, res cor 22d av and 

East Twelfth 
Kreutzfeld Samuel, car cleaner C P RE, res S s Atlantic 

bet Willow and Campbell, W O 
KREYENHAGEN E. (E Kreyenhagen & Co.) res 458 Sixth 
KREYENHAGEN E & CO. (E. Kreyenhagen & Dietrich 

Menke) groceries, provisions and liquors, NW cor 

Broadway and Sixth 
Kriger Charles, gardener, res SE cor Twenty-fourth and 

Myrtle 
Kroll Martin, res 1228 Broadway 
Kroll William F., res 1228 Broadway 
Kronberg Bernhard, driver Washington Brewery 
Kruse John, res 305 Second 
Krye Frederick, wines and liquors, saloon and res SE cor 

Seventh and Webster 
Kuber G., stableman Dexter Stable 
Kuenzi J. R., res 405 Ninth 

Kuerzel Bobet (Klumpp & Kuerzel) res 608 Broadway 
Kuhn Leopold, shoemaker, res S s Sixteenth bet Market 

and West 
Kumiston William, res 472 East Eleventh 
Kumpf Peter, tinsmith with James Dalziel, res cor Filbert 

and Thirtieth 
Kundert Frederic, bootmaker, 47 San Pablo av 
Kunkel A., laborer, res Union Hotel 

Kunkel Bros. (Frederick and Daniel Kunkel) brick manu- 
facturers, cor 11th av and East Twenty-first 
Kunkel Daniel (Kunkel Bros.) res Union Hotel, E O 
Kunkel Frederick (Kunkel Bros.) res Union Hotel, E O 
Kunzel Andrew, ,brickmaker with Kunkel Bros., res Union 

Hotel, E O 
Kurtz Albert, res Kelsey House 
Kurtz B. C, res Mansion House 
Kurtz B. C, stocks (S F) res S s Fifteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson 
Kurtsler — , res Golden Star Hotel 
Kuss Peter, painter, res S s Locust nr San Pablo av 
Kustel Oscar, master mariner, res NW cor Curtis and 

Twentieth 
Kuster Louis, woodcarver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 24 

Frederick (S F) 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



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Kyle Robert B., stockbroker (S F) res NE cor Eighth and 

Brush 
Kyle Robert G., res NE cor Eighth and Brush 
Kyte James C-, carpenter, res 364 Third 



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LA CAISSE GENERATE (French Insurance Corporation) 

B. C. Dick agent, 1004 Broadway 
La Comb Joseph, printer with Butler & Bowman, res 419 

Seventh 
La Curtis William, dishwasher with Yiscovich & Donahue, 

460 Seventh 
La Due Joseph, shipwright W D Co 
La Fleche G. T., switchman C P R R, res 413 Ninth 
La Fleche Hercule, gardener, 946 Adeline 
La Fleche Joseph, laborer, E s Bushnell nr University av, 

Berkelev 
La Grange 6. H., superintendent U S Mint (S F) res 226 

Eleventh 
La Mere Mary, res cor Twenty-seventh and West 
La Mont Thomas, shipwright W D Co 
La Pearle Edward A., blacksmith, res 371 Fourth 
LAAGE WILLIAM (Milev <fc Laage) res 405 Ninth 
Lacy T. J., res Tubbs Hotel 
Lafayette School, Mrs. Abbie F. Aldrich principal, W s 

Jefferson bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Lafferty & Coursen (Owen Lafferty and E. A. C our sen) 

butchers, 461 Third 
Lafferty Owen (Lafferty & Coursen) res 363 First 
Lagorio Eouis, salesman Camelloni & Co., res Myrtle bet 

First and Third 
Lahr Amelia, waitress Grand Western Restaurant, W O 
Lahr Clara, waitress Grand Western Restaurant, W O 
Lahr Peter, bootmaker with Hirshberg & Morrison, res 708 

Franklin 
Laidlaw Alexander, civil engineer, res 304 Tenth 
Laidlaw Frank, bookkeeper with Walter Laidlaw, res 304 

Tenth 
LAIDLAW WALTER, proprietor Mendocino Lumber 

Yard, SE cor Seventh and Brush, res 304 Tenth 
Lake Edward H., carpenter, res S s Twenty-first nr Curtis 
Lake Henry, carpenter, res W s Market nr Twenty-fourth 
Lake Merritt Boat House, T. M. Blair proprietor, Twelfth-st 

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250 OAKLAND [L] DIRECTORY. 

LAKE THOMAS (Tharsing & Lake) res Fruit Vale 
Lallement Charles, res E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-fifth 
Lally John, laborer, res 716 Fifth 
Lamb Horace C, carpenter, res W s Maple nr Forty-eighth, 

Temescal 
Lamb James, butcher with Prescott & Co, res cor 15th av 

and East Fourteenth 
Lamb James, peddler, res E s 17th av bet East Fourteenth 

and East Fifteenth 
Lamb John, carpenter, res N s East Fourteenth bet 15th 

and 16th avs 
Lamb Pearce, student University 
Lamb Peter, painter, res E s 13th av bet East Sixteenth and 

East Seventeenth 
Lamb Richard, carpenter, res N s Prospect av nr Tel av 
Lamb William, teamster, cor B and West nr tannery 
Lamballot Louis, res Redwood av nr Fruit Nale av 
Lambert Charles, carpenter, res N s Eighteenth bet Brush 

and West 
Lambert Ferdinand, res 1129 Eighth av, E O 
Lambert James, res 373 Fourth 
Lambert Jennie Miss, teacher, res 577 Eighth 
Lambert John C, farmer, res cor College and Telegraph 

avs, Berkeley 
Lambert Joseph, saloon and res W s San Pablo av nr Tem- 
escal Creek 
Lambert William, res 559 Eighth 
Lamey George, shipwright W D Co 
Lamke John, laborer with Kunkel Bros 
LAMOUREUX THEOPHILUS (Remillard & Co) res 355 

Tenth 
Lampe Charles, carpenter, res cor Chapel & Bancroft way, 

Berkeley 
Lampe Peter, driver San Pablo R R, res Summer nr San 

Pablo av 
Lamphere James, laborer, res 709 East Twelfth 
Lamping P. A., doorkeeper U S Mint (S F) res 577 Eighth 
Lamping Peter, hackman with Newland & Pumyea, res 462 

Seventh 
Lamson G. F., auctioneer, res 728 Eighth 
Lamson Leo, res 607 Sixth 
Lancaster H. B. Mrs., res W s Cedar bet Railroad av and 

William, AV O 
Lancaster Henry, carpenter, res 758 Jefferson 
Lancaster John, engineer with Freeman & Jaffe, res N s 

Taylor bet Pine and Cedar 



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Landegan James, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal g. 

creek ^ 

Landers W. S., adjuster insurance (S F) res The Centennial g 
Landis Christ., carpenter, res cor Union and Twenty-fourth g 
Landlard August, with Contra Costa Laundry g 

LANDON A"LSON, president Turbine Windmill Co, N s | g 

Second bet Washington and Broadway, res 828 Myrtle g 
LANDON WILLIAM W., secretary Turbine Windmill Co, ^ 

N s Second bet Washington and Broadway, res 413 < Sj. 

Ninth 1 3 

Landreau Peter, res 407 First g: 

Landregan John, laborer with Freeman & Jaffe 
Lane Charles W., physician, res SW cor Twentieth and *g 

Curtis 8 

Lang Harris, salesman with Coffee & Furst, res 516 Fifth a 
Langbehn Peter, driver San Pablo av E E Co, res cor Sum- 
mer and San Pablo av 
Langdon Forrest, conductor C P E E, res N s Eighth bet 

Wood and Pine 
Langdon Sheldon W., currier, res N s Division nr Wood 
Lange Theodore, butcher, NW cor Twenty-second and 

Market 
Langford Thomas, boilermaker W T> Co, res Charter Oak 

Hotel, W O 
Langley Frank N., farmer, res E s Willow nr Chase, W 
Lanne Vincent, French bakery, 912 Franklin 
Lannon Bernard, laborer, res 774 Fifth 
Lanterman Jacob L., fanner, res W s Market nr Eighteenth 
Laphan John P., wholesale butcher, res SW cor 10th av and 

East Fifteenth 
Larkin A. B., conductor C P E E, res Oakland Wharf 
Larmer A. B., carpenter, res E s Chestnut nr Third 
Laroche E. Mrs., lodgings, 461 Ninth 
Larrabee C. E., cabinetmaker, res S s East Fourteenth bet 

19th and 20th avs 
Larrieu Augustus, conductor C P E E, res S s Goss bet 

Wood and Pine, W O 
Larsen Albert, calker W D Co 
Larsen Georgina Mrs., res 658 Third 
Larsen Nicholas, calker W D Co 
Larsen Peter, laborer with Thomas & Anderson, res Eland 

House 
Larsen Samuel, boxmaker, res 658 Third 
Larson Ame, res 661 Grove 
Larson Charles, wood carver Oakland Planing Mill, res 371 

Fifth 



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Larson Gilbert, bootmaker, shap and res W s University av 

nr Sixth, W B 
Larson Lawrence, gardener, res NW cor Market and Eigh- 
teenth 
Larson Louis, band sawyer with Grove-st Planing Mill 
LARUE JAMES, proprietor Oakland lumber yard, cor 14th 

av and East Eleventh, res East Twelfth bet 13th and 

14th avs 
Larue John, clerk with James Larue, res East Twelfth bet 

13th and 14th avs 
Larue Lucas B., clerk with James Larue, res East Fifteenth 

bet 16th and 17th avs 
LARUE'S WHARF, SW cor 14th av and East Eleventh 
Lasette F., ship joiner C P E B, res Soracco House, W O 
Latham James H., stock broker, res SE cor Jackson and 

Lake 
LATHROP FR4.NK H., photographer with Bluett & Ear- 
don, res Sixteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Lathrop Solomon, watchmaker with W. Wilson, res N s 

Sixteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Laudy Raymond, butcher with J. H. Davis, res W s 13th av 

bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, E O 
Lauer Martin, gardener, res N s Eleventh nr Castro 
Laughland William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 658 

Madison 
Laughlin — , painter res 517 Sixth 
Lauston Christian, res cor Myrtle and Twenty-fourth 
Laverette Frank, farmer, E s Shattuck J mile N Temescal 
Laveccy Frank, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Lawler James, confectioner with Bruning Bros 
Lawler John J., master car repairer C P R R, res Eighth 

bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Lawless Patrick, blacksmith, shop and res Forty-fifth nr 

Telegraph av 
LAWLOR JOHN M. (John M. Lawlor & Co.) res Tubbs' 

Hotel 
LAWLOR JOHN M & CO. (John M. Lawlor and S. I. 

Kellogg jr.) proprietors Tubbs' Hotel, N s East Twelfth 

bet 4th and 5th avs 
LAWRENCE DeWITT C, editor and proprietor West 

Oakland Press and notary public, res 5 Pine, W O 
Lawrence E. Miss, dressmaker, res 1228 Broadway 
Lawrence Eliza, dressmaker, 578 Thirteenth 
LAWRENCE EDWARD M., foreman with H. M. Ames, 

res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal creek 
Lawrence G. A., tinsmith, res Sunny side House 

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Lawrence H. J. Mrs,, dressmaker, res 1069 Thirteenth 

Lawrence Joseph, laborer, res S s East Fifteenth bet 18th 
and 19th avs 

Lawrence Lewis, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 707 
Franklin 

Lawrence Nathan, laborer, res W s Chestnut nr Thirty- 
second 

LAWRIE A. G., searcher of records for Alameda Co., office 
County Court House, room 7, res SW cor Jackson and 
Eleventh 

Lawrie James, with Evening Tribune, res cor Fifth and Cen- 
ter 

Lawson Alfred Bird, paper carrier with H. C. Hollub, res 
415 Fourth 

Lawson Henry, coachman with Hiram Tubbs 

Lawson William, cook Grand Western Restaurant, W O 

Lawton E. H. Mrs., res SE cor Twenty-second and Tele- 
graph av 

Lawton Israel, capitalist, Union Bank building, res 1207 
Castro 

Lawton James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lawyer Perry, carpenter and furnished rooms, 517 Ninth 

Layton H. J. Mrs., proprietor Star House, S s Railroad av 
bet Pine and Cedar, W O 

Le Ballister T. W., blacksmith with Northey & McGrath, 
res East Fourteenth bet 15th and 16th avs 

Le Clair Peter, carpenter, res N s East Eleventh bet 7th and 
8th avs 

LE CONTE JOHN, . prof essor University of Cal., res S s 
Dwight way nr Ellsworth, B 

LE CONTE JOSEPH, professor University of Cal., res S s 
Strawberry creek nr Telegraph av 

Le Conte Sallie E. Miss, student University 

Le Duke William, dishwasher Washington Hotel 

Le Fevre — , carpenter, res 563 Second 

Le Fevre Charles, cook, res 607 Franklin 

Le Fevre Frank, carpenter Enterprise Mills, res 555 Frank- 
lin 

Le Fevre Jose, hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 

Le Page Louis, carpenter, res 469 Fourth 

Le Prince, Peter, driver Broadway and Telegraph av R B, 
res W s Telegraph av nr Temescal creek 

Lea Harry, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 561 Fifth 

Leahy John, painter, res SW cor Adeline and Seventh 

Leahy Stephen, compdsitor Tribune, res Erie nr Fourteenth, 
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254 OAKLAND [L] DIRECTORY. 

Leake Benjamin T., res SW cor West and Seventeenth 

Leake Henry A., atty-at-law, Union Bank building, res 1207 
Castro 

Leary Cornelius, laborer, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 

Leathers L. L., artifician stone manufacturer, res 615 Frank- 
lin 

Leavenworth Royal, teamster with Charles Jones, res cor 
Market and Twelfth 

Leavitt Anna Mrs., res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty-ninth 

Leber Frank, watchman with G. F. Crist 

Leber Lewis, carpenter, res 1166 Sixteenth av, E O 

Lebricht William, blacksmith with James Galvin, res Frank- 
lin bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Leek Henry, student University 

Leckie R. S., clerk with A. G. Lawrie, res SW cor Clay and 
Ninth 

Leckie William, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res cor 
Ninth and Clay 

Lecomb Joseph, printer, res 417 Seventh 

Ledden James A., driver People's Express, 857 Broadway 

Ledden John E. (Ledden, Whipple & Co., S F) res NE cor 
Jackson and Fifteenth 

Ledden Thomas, res NE cor Jackson and Fifteenth 

Lee A. W., tinsmith with O. C. Kirk 

Lee Benjamin F., broker (S F) res N s Eighth nr Willow, 
WO 

Lee D. C, bootblack (S F) res cor Thirtieth and Magnolia 

Lee Edward J., tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, res St Charles 
Hotel 

LEE GEORGE W., real estate agent, N s Railroad av nr 
- Wood, W 0, res 6 Pine, W 

Lee Henry C, accountant, res E s Telegraph av nr Mc- 
Clure's Academy 

Lee H. H., capitalist, res cor Twelfth and Washington 

Lee Thomas, seaman, res 406 First 

Lee Wah (Chinese) laundry, 367 Ninth 

Lee William, mining, res Russell House 

Lee William H., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Lee William J., painter, res SE cor Jefferson and Sixteenth 

Leeper William, wines and liquors, and foreman with Smith 
Bros., saloon and res SW cor Adeline and Seventh 

Lees W., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

Leet S. T., mining, res 152 Fifth 

LEFEVRE ALFRED, dentist, NW cor Eighth and Broad- 
way, res 832 Alice 

Leffingwell William H., student University 



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Lefort Edward, clerk, res 719 Seventh 

Legget A. Mrs., res The Centennial 

LEHMANN HENRY G., bootmaker, 1155 Broadway, res 

Filbert nr Thirtieth 
Lehinann Joseph, gardener, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 
Leighow James, laborer with J. Lusk& Co., res corEvoy av 

and Lusk 
Leighton Margaret, chambermaid Tubbs Hotel 
Leighton Thomas A., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 

E s Pine nr Lincoln, W O 
Leimert Louis, real estate, res 927 Myrtle 
Leitch David, driver with Thompson Bros., res 611 Third 
Lekgoat Louis, laborer, res 363 Third 
Lemon James M., contractor, res NW cor Fourteenth and 

Castro 
Lemon S., apothecary, E s Broadway bet Third and Fourth 
Lemon William, farmer, res S s East Sixteenth bet 21st and 

22d avs 
Lemon William M., books, stationery and produce, 475 East 

Twelfth 
Lener Joseph A., bootblack, 459 Seventh, res 513 Sixth 
Lenjen John, nursery, N s Twenty-second nr Filbert 
Lennon Patrick, teamster, res N s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway 

and Telegraph av 
LENTELL JAMES, harness, saddlery and whips, NW cor 

Franklin and Eleventh, res 1019 Webster 
Leonard Ambrose, tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, res cor Twen- 
ty-fourth and SanJPablo av 
Leonard Charles W., physician, res 810 Myrtle 
Leonard Edward, tailor, res 409 Sixth 
Leonard George, ^patternmaker, res SE cor Walton and 

Grove 
Leonard George, laborer, res Ames' Butchertown 
Leonard George D., machine hand Brooklyn Planing Mill, 

res 471 Ninth 
Leonard Margaret, widow, res S s Dwight way nr Tele- 
graph av, Berkeley 
Leonard Mary, nurse, res 953 Market 
Leonard Willard, real estate (S F) res N s Sycamore nr 

Telegraph av 
Leonhard Frederick, proprietor Central Pacific Railroad 

House, NE cor Bay and Willow, W O 
Leonhardt Henry, res 268 Fifth 
Leopold Barney, tanner, res N s East Sixteenth bet 20th and 

21st avs 
Leopold Joseph, laundrynian Contra Costa Laundry 



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Lepont F., res 701 Clay 

Leroy Alfred, carpenter, res S s Prospect av nr Broadway, 
rear 

Leroy C, florist, SW cor Alice and Twelfth 

Lesher William F., conductor C P E B, res N s Seventeenth 
nr Cypress, W O 

Leslie George, teamster, res 915 Fifth 

Letter George, clerk with J. Letter, res SW cor Eleventh^ 
and Clay 

Letter Jacob, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 957 
Broadway, res SW cor Eleventh and Clay 

Levanway William A., physician, 1068 Broadway, res 832 
Market 

Levens Peter, engineer, res S s Short nr Cedar, W O 

Leverett Edward J., wild game, res cor West and Twenty- 
eighth 

Leveridge Frank, coachman with Coll Deane 

Levi Leonidas, engineer C P E E, res SE cor Fourth and 
Harrison ' 

Levy Henry E., clerk with A. N. Wachs, res Broadway bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Levy Lazard, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 951 Broad- 
way 

Lewis A. Mrs., res E s 11th av bet East Fifteenth and East 
Sixteenth 

Lewis C. J. Mrs., res 212 Fourth 

LEWIS COLUMBUS R. (C. E, Lewis & Co.) res cor Nine- 
teenth and Brush 

LEWIS C. R. & CO. (Columbus E. Lewis) produce com- 
mission, 1009 Broadway 

Lewis E. F., brakeman C P E E 

Lewis George, blacksmith, res E s 8th av bet East Eleventh 
and East Twelfth 

Lewis George W., bookkeeper with Shakespear & Walter 

Lewis J. M., broker, res 462 Twelfth 

Lewis John, res 1178 Sixteenth av, E O 

Lewis John F., civil engineer, res 212 Fourth 

Lewis John T., tinsmith with F. Schimmelpfennig, res E s 
8th av bet East Eleventh and East Twelfth 

Lewis Saul, tobacconist, res Kelsey House 

Lewis Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa* Laundry 

Lewthwaite Alexander, bookkeeper, res E s 5th av bet East 
Seventeenth and East Eighteenth 

Ley decker Th. W., saloon (S F) res N s Thirteenth nr Wil- 
low, W O 

Leyrer Gustav, bootmaker, 424 Ninth 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 257 

Liberty Hall, 835 Brush 

Lichtenthaler M. Miss, res 666 Tenth 

Liebes Louis, tobacconist (S F) res Kelsey House 

Liebmann Louis, clerk wfth E. D. Block & Co, res 856 Brush 

Liese Henry, butcher, 765 East Twelfth, res 763 East 
Twelfth 

Lieveau Charles, cook with Remillard & Bros. 

Lightner Isaac, carpenter with H. W. Barnes, res Second 
bet Broadway and Washington 

LILIENCRANTZ A., physician and surgeon, res 263 
Twelfth 

Lille Joseph, clerk CPEE, res N s William bet Wood and 
and Pine, W O 

Linahan Julia, domestic, 1165 Clay 

Lincke Rudslph, carriage trimmer with Sohst Bros., res 722 
Myrtle 

Lincoln Grammar School, A. F. Craven principal, NE cor 
Tenth and Alice 

LINCOLN OSCAR (Carl & Co.) res 917 Jefferson 

Lind S., carpenter, res S s Fifth nr Center 

Lindall J. F., laborer W D Co 

Linderman J. H., cook Contra Costa laundry 

Linderman Henry, carpenter, res cor Thirty -ninth and Grove 

Lin die J., laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

Lindop Charles, carriage trimmer with Northey & McGrath, 
res Mansion House, E O 

Lindsay C. Mrs., midwife, res NE cor East Twelfth and 12th 
av 

Lindsay John, painter, res NE cor East Twelfth and 12th ^v 

Link Caspar, saloonkeeper, res 817 Filbert 

LIPPMANN ABRAHAM, dry, fancy, furnishing goods and 
boots and shoes, 841 Broadway 

Lippold Bernard; tanner, res S s East Twelfth nr 18th av 

Lissak Albert, student University 

Lister Archibald, train dispatcher C P B R, res W s Ches- 
ter nr Tenth, W O 

Litje William H., cigars and varieties, N s Railroad av bet 
Pine and Wood, W O 

Little Frank, teamster, res cor Brown and Market 

Little James R., accountant, res N s Sixteenth nr West 

Little Samuel, woodturner Brooklyn Planing Mill, res Cale- 
donia av bet Telegraph av and Brush 

Little William C. (Taylor & Co.) res W s Broadway bet 
. Hawthorne and Moss avs 

Little john — , res W s 7th av bet East Tenth and East Elev- 
enth 

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258 OAKLAND [L] DIRECTORY. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 17, Knights of Pythias, meet Wed- 
nesday evening 105 Broadway 
Liverpool and London and Globe Ins Co, W. F. Hitchcock, 

agent, 958 Broadway 
Livingstone Carrie, nurse, 721 Fourteenth 
Livingstone Fred. S., carpenter, res S s Twenty-first bet 

Broadway and Telegraph av 
Lloyd Benjamin E., res N s Second nr Jackson 
Lloyd Richard, painter, res E s Shattuck nr Higgins av, 

Berkeley 
Lock Z., expressman, res SW cor "William and Willow, WO 
Lockerman William, capitalist, res Grand Western Hotel, 

WO 
Lockett K., porter C P R R 
Lockington William N., architect, res cor Thirty-fifth and 

San Pablo av 
Lockstaedt L., teacher music, res 1006 Webster 
Loebenstein Jacob, real estate and insurance agent, 903 

Broadway, res 831 Branklin 
Loeper Charles, propr brass foundry, 904 Washington 
LOGAN & CONRAD (O. C. Logan and B. S. Conrad) 

groceries and provisions, 861^ Broadway 
Logan H. Clay, bookkeeper CPKK(SF) res 12 Pine, WO 
Logan James, laborer, res W s Harrison bet Third and 

Fourth 
Logan John, laborer, res Central House 
Logan Milburn H., student University 
LOGAN OLIVER C. (Logan & Conrad) res 914 Harrison 
Lohman I. (Lohman, Coghill & Bountree, S F) res SW cor 

Madison and Lake 
Lohmann Henry, with A. H. Hansen, res 1751 Bailroad av 
Lohrmann John, pickle factory (S F) res Pierce nr Chase, 

WO 
Lohsan John H., laborer, res N s Spring nr San Pablo av 
Lolola Antone, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lolola Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
LONDON AND LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO. (of 

England) Stephen Smith agent, 917 Broadway 
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION, B. C. Dick 

agent, 1004 Broadway 
Long A. M. Mrs., res S s Frederick nr Telegraph av 
Long A. T., carpenter, res W s Henry bet West Fifth and 

Seventh 
Long Edward, painter, res 466 Sixth 
Long Emery M., timekeeper W D Co, res Grand Western 

Hotel, W O 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 259 

Long James, laborer, res S s Lydia nr Curtis 

Long James, laborer, res S s Twenty-first nr Market 

Long John, laborer W D Co., res Magnolia bet Second and 

Third 
Long M. A. Mrs., res NE cor Taylor and Pine, W O 
Long N. J., furnished rooms, res SW cor Franklin and 

Third 
Longchamp Joseph, carpenter W D Co, res S s William bet 

Wood and Willow, W O 
Loper Charles, brass finisher (S F) res S s Thirteenth nr 

Center, WO 
Lopez Joseph, farmer, E s San Pablo av nr University av 
Lopus Charles, teamster with Thomas & Anderson, res 

Castro bet Fifth and Sixth 
LORBER FRANK, proprietor Soracco House, NW cor 

Railroad av and Pine, W O 
Lorence Louisa Mrs., dressmaker, res 707 Franklin 
Lorensen Michael, carpenter, res W s Adeline nr Third 
Loring Arthur, brakeman C P R R, res 1054 Tenth 
Loring George Y., secretary Broadway and Telegraph av R 

R Co., res 1054 Tenth 
Loring Williston A., res S s Railroad av bet Chester and 

Henry 
Lorquin E. F., naturalist (S F) res E s Elm nr Hawthorne 

av 
Lorress John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Loud Warren, merchant, res NW cor Telegraph av and 

Charter 
Lougee C. H., carpenter W D Co., res S s Eighth nr Chester, 

WO 
Lough Harry (Cassidy & Lough) res N s Fifth bet Wash- 
ington and Clay 
LOUGHBOROUGH A. M. Mrs., secretary Signs of the 

Times, res NW cor Eleventh and Castro 
Louie Thomas, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Louis John, res N s East Eleventh bet 12th and 13th avs 
Louisiana House, William Howlett proprietor, 420 First 
Love James H., clerk, res E s Franklin bet Seventeenth and 

Durant 
Love William H., carpenter, res S s Bay pi (Twenty, sixth) 

nr Telegraph av 
Lovejoy R. Miss, tailoress, res N s William bet Wood and 

Pine, W O 
Loveland I. E., engineer C P R R steamers, res E s Pine nr 

Lincoln, W O 
Lovett O. H., laborer with Joseph Hunt • 

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260 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Low Benjamin K. (Medbury & Low) res cor Chapel and 

Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Low F. G. jr., bookkeeper, res W s Broadway nr Twenty- 
third 
Lowden Samuel, mining, res W s Center nr Tenth, W O 
Lowden W. H., bookkeeper (S F) res Ws Center nr Tenth, 

WO 
Lowe James, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 420 First 
Lowell E. J., mining, res 955 Jackson 
Lowell John P., wool and hides (S F) res N s Eighteenth 

bet Brush and Castro 
Lowell Nathan R., warehouses (S F) res NE cor Sixteenth 

and West 
Lowery John, gardener, W s Shattuck nr University av, 

Berkeley 
Lowrey F. J., bookkeeper (S F) res NW cor West and 

Fourteenth 
Lowrey Fred. C, clerk Hathaway's Warehouse (S F) res 

NW cor West and Fourteenth 
Lowry Michael, laborer, res S s Seventh bet Market and 

Myrtle 
Lozier Albert (Lozier & Co., S F) res S s Railroad av bet 

Campbell and Peralta 
Lubbock Oswald, conductor C P R R, res East Thirteenth 

bet 11th and 12th avs 
Lucas & Allen (H. J. Lucas and B. B. Allen) Feed and 

Training Stable, W s Pine nr Railroad av, W O 
Lucas Frank, hostler with Lucas & Allen, res Pine nr Goss, 

WO 
Lucas H. J. (Lucas & Allen) res Division bet Wood and 

Pine, W O 
Lucas Robert B., carpenter Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 

Twenty-first bet Brush and West 
Lucas Timothy S., car inspector, res S s Seventeenth nr 

Cypress, W O 
Lucke Conrad, cabinetmaker, res W s Center nr Fifth 
Luckmann Joseph, res N s Thirty-third nr 13th av, Lynn 
Lude Steven, painter, res cor Twenty-fourth and Adeline 
Ludeman Otto, carpenter, res 423 Tenth 
Ludlow Charles H., laborer, res 709 Franklin 
Ludwig Alice, milliner with Miss M. E. Buehren, res 

Brooklyn 
Ludwig H. P., widow, res W s 8th av bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth 
Ludwig L. L., res W s 8th av bet East Fourteenth and East 

Fifteenth • 

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Ludwig Zacharias, cabinet maker, res W s 16th av bet East 

Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
Lueger Frank, foreman Washington Brewery 
Luelling Mary Mrs., res 474 East Fourteenth 
Luelling Oregon C, bookkeeper with H. E. Wilcox, res 470 

Eighth 
Lufkin Charles E., policeman, City Hall, res 813 Market 
Lufkin Thomas H., carpenter and builder, res NE cor 

21st av and East Twentieth 
Lull James A., carpenter, res Overland House 
Lull M. I., carpenter, res 805 Jefferson 
LULLEY LOUIS (M. Lulley & Sons) res 301 Twelfth 
LULLEY M. & SONS (Moses, Louis and Mark Lulley) auc- 
tion and commission merchants and furniture dealers, 

301 Twelfth 
LULLEY MARK (M. Lulley & Sons) res 301 Twelfth 
LULLEY MOSES (M. Lulley & Sons) res 301 Twelfth 
Lum — Mrs., res Eussell House 
Luna Frank, clerk, res E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln, 

WO 
Lund G. M , carpenter, res Eland House 
Lund M. C, commission merchant (S F) res S s Middle nr 

Peralta 
Lundblad August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lundt Henry, cabinetmaker W D Co 
Lunegar J., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Lusk Horace B., carpenter, res Evoy av nr Grove 
Lusk J. & Co. (Josiah Lusk) manufacturer hermetically 

sealed goods, canned fruits, etc, Evoy av bet San Pa- 
blo and Telgraph avs 
Lusk Josiah (J. Lusk <fe Co.) res N s Evoy av nr Adeline 
Lusk Louis P., carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res Evoy av 

nr Grove 
LUSSIER LOUIS O., portraint painter, studio 461 Ninth, 

room 4, res S s Fifteenth nr West 
Luth Charles J. H., harnessmaker with Wm. Hanley, res 

1114 Seventh av, E O 
Luth John, wines and liquors, NW cor 8th av and East 

Twelfth, res 1114 Seventh av, E O 
Luther D., physician, res 320 Eighth 
Luther Leonard, driver Contra Costa Laundry 
Luttie Mathias, washer Berkeley Laundry 
Luty F. E., real estate, 507 Montgomery (S 

Filbert 
Lutz & Berg (H. Lutz and M. Berg) mirrors, engravings, 

cornices, etc., 1058 Broadway 



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Lutz H. (Lutz & Berg) res 959 Webster 

Lux George, baker with Paul & Reier 

Lycurgus Thomas, laborer, res 553 Sixth 

Lyman John, with Contra Costa Laundry 

Lyman Joseph, res Eighth nr Washington 

Lynch Edward, wood carver W D Co, res 824 Myrtle 

LYNCH EUGENE, (Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell) res 704 
Webster 

Lynch H. J., tinsmith, res 733 Filbert 

Lynch John, res 369 Ninth 

Lynch John, clerk, res 315 Eleventh 

Lynch John, car repairer CPEE, res Henry bet Third and 
Fifth, W O 

Lynch John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lynch L. J., carpenter, res S s Thirteenth nr Broadway 

LYNCH, MALONEY & FITZELL (Eugene Lynch, Pat- 
rick Maloney and Peter Fitzell) wood and coal, NW cor 
Washington and Fifth 

Lynch Norman, shipwright W D Co, res Soracco House, 
WO 

Lynch Patrick, cartman, res S s Seventeenth nr Market 

Lynch Peter J., gardener, res 721 Filbert 

Lynch Thomas, laborer, res 315 Eleventh 

Lynch W. F. B., County Superintendent Public Schools, 
office Court House 

LYNDE GEORGE L., hardware, stoves, tinware, gasfitting 
and plumbing, 683 East Twelfth, res Fruit Vale av 

Lynde L. L. Mrs., res 666 Tenth 

Lyon Charles, res 619 Broadway 

Lyon J. L. (Lyon & Fowler, S F) res NW cor Twelfth and 
West _ 

Lyons & Kinsley, auctioneers, SW cor Washington and Ninth 

Lyons James, shoemaker with T. Perdue, res E s Adeline 
bet Second and Third, W O 

Lyons John, car repairer CPEE, res Fourteenth nr Ade- 
line 

Lyons Thomas M., builder, res N s Seventeenth nr Kirk- 
ham, WO 

Lyons — , clerk with Bowen Bros, res W s Telegraph av nr 
Seventeenth 

Lyttle John A., mining, res N s Eighth nr Willow, W O 



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All sizes Refrigerators and Ice Chests for sale at Gordon's. 

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Mabrey W. L., watchman TV D Co, res Bay bet Goss and 

Short, W O 
MacCann William, clerk Mission Woolen Mills (S F) res 858 

Castro 
MacDonald Calvin B., journalist, res 13 Wilcox block 
MacLeod Alexander, calker, res E s Henry nr Fifth 
MacMillan W. M., foreman Tribune Publishing Co., res 701 

Stockton, S F 
MacRae Alexander, physician, 462 Tenth 
MACDONALD JOHN A. O, plumbing and gasfitting, E s 

Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth, res Broadway 

bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Macdonald John B., shipwright, res W s Henry bet Third 

and Filthy 
Macdougall William J., professor music and organist First 

Presbyterian Church, res E s Franklin bet Fourteenth 

and Fifteenth 
Mace William, Custom House officer, res E s Market nr 

Twenty-first 
Machale Thomas, tailor, res Eland House 
Machfau David, tanner with G. F. Crist 
Mackey John S., teamster Pioneer Mills, res 373 Second 
Mackie H., res Grand Central Hotel 

Mackie John H., merchant, res West Oakland Lodging House 
Mackie J. W., res 9 Tenth 
Mackin John, carpenter and saloon, E s Humboldt av nr 

University av, B 
Macklin Sarah, domestic, cor Telegraph av and Dwight way 
MADDEN & SHEEDY (F. Madden and J. Sheedy) marble 

works, 1214 Broadway 
MADDEN F. (Madden & Sheedy) 1214 Broadway 
Madden Henry, plumber with O. C. Kirk, res 858 Clay 
Madden John, laborer, res N s Fourteenth nr Myrtle 
Madden Michael, laborer with G. H. Nagle, res NE cor 

Broadway and First 
Madden Michael, lather, res Summer nr Adeline 
Madden P., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Maddock Morris, res 953 Webster 
Madelena A. J., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Madriaga Atanasio, laborer, res Vermont nr Maple 
Madsen Julius, gardener, 1133 Filbert 
Madsen Peter C, laborer, res Eland House 
Magill H. J., copyist with County Recorder, res Alameda 

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264 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

Magill Eobert H., manager Home Mutual Insurance Co, 

Alameda County Branch, office SE cor Broadway and 

Ninth, res Alameda 
Magner Hannah, board and lodging, 1021 Franklin 
Magner Michael, painter, res NE cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Magner Michael, painter, res 1021 Franklin 
MAGNOLIA RESTAURANT, Alvah Gates jr., proprietor, 

1111 Broadway 
Maguire S. Mrs., res W s West nr Fifteenth 
Mahan Edward, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Mahar William, conductor CPEE, res 1120 Washington 
Maher Frank W., student University 
Maher Henry, painter, res E s Sixteenth bet 10th and 

11th avs 
Maher John, wines and liquors, 45 San Pablo av, nr Six- 
teenth 
Maher Mary, widow, res S s East Sixteenth bet 10th and 

11th avs 
Maher Walter, res S s East Sixteenth bet 10th and 11th avs 
Maher Walter, cook Grand Central Hotel 
Maholan Eobert, laborer, res cor Thirty-fourth and San 

Pablo av 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, res SW cor Third and Grove 
Mahoney Daniel, gardener, res 560 Third 
Mahony Thomas, res 669 Eighth 

Mahoney Timothy, laborer, res S s Linden av nr Temescal 
Mailliard Joseph, student University 
Main A. F., accountant, res 658 Fifth 
Malacarne B. (Pagge & Malacarne) res SE cor Broadway 

and Seventh 
Malan Michael, laborer, res 972 Third 

Malby Severin, carpenter, res Bailroad Exchange Hotel, W O 
Malcom D. B., carpenter Enterprise Mills, res 858 Clay 
MALETON EDWARD, barber and cigars, 919 Broadway, 

res NW cor Twenty-second and San Pablo av 
Maleton Harry, wines and liquors, SE cor Twenty-second 

and San Pablo av 
Mallet J., French bakery, 617 Broadway 
Malley Michael, laborer W D Co, res Filbert bet Third and 

Fifth 
Malin Michael, blacksmith with T. D. Weymouth, res NW 

cor Webster and Eleventh 
Malm Charles A., CD. S. Martin # Co., S F) res 14 Pine, 

WO 
M'alone Arthur, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Malone Henry, res S s Twenty-first nr West 



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Malonen John, laborer, res S s Eighteenth nr Market 

Maloney Dennis, gardener, 624 Twelfth 

Maloney Dennis, laborer, res E s West nr Eighteenth 

Maloney James, laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and Fifth 

Maloney Mary, domestic, 126 Eleventh 

Maloney M. L., res SW cor Eleventh and Franklin 

Maloney Patrick, carpenter, res cor Peralta and Twenty- 
eighth 

MALONEY PATRICK (Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell) res S s 
Eighteenth bet Market and West 

Maloney Patrick, shipjoiner, res SW cor Willow and Atlan- 
tic, W O 

Maloney Peter, butcher, shop and res E s Shattuck av nr 
University av 

Maloney Thomas, laborer, res N s Twenty-fourth nr Filbert 

Maloney Thomas, shoemaker with E. Fitzgerald, res Win- 
throp House 

Maloon & Caswell (Benjamin Maloon and Mason P. Caswell) 
feed produce and groceries, SE cor Twelfth and Market 

Maloon Benjamin (Maloon & Caswell) res SW cor Eight- 
eenth and Market 

MALOON BENJAMIN F. (Maloon Bros.) res SW cor 
Eighteenth and Market 

MALOON BROS. (Seth B. and B. F. Maloon) flour, grain, 
hay and feed, E s New Broadway bet Seventeenth and 
Durant 

Maloon George E., clerk with Maloon & Caswell, res SW 
cor Eighteenth and Market 

Maloon Henry, clerk with Maloon Bros., res N s Twentieth 
bet Lydia and West 

MALOON SETH B. (Maloon Bros.) res S s Seventeenth 
bet Brush and West 

Manchester — , res W s Cedar nr Goss, W O 

Manahan Patrick, car repairer CPE E, res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel, W O 

Mandlebaum Fiesco, student University 

MANEFELD GEORGE, proprietor Vienna Chemical Steam 
Dyeing Works, 834 Broadway, res cor Sixth and Frank- 
lin 

MANGELS HERMAN, wines and liquors, SE cor East 
Twelfth and 8th av, res 407 East Twelfth 

Mangin Katie, domestic, FE cor Tenth and Jefferson 

Manhattan Marble Co. of California, L. L. Alexander, sec- 
retary, NW cor Filbert and First 

Manley Jedadiah M., miner, res 518 East Fourteenth 

Manlove S. A., res 623 Tenth 



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266 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

Mann Albert W., clerk with Sather & Co. (S F) res N s 
Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 

Mann John S., carpenter, res W s Grove nr Nineteenth 

Mann William, real estate, res Alta House 

Mannie Marcel, engineer, res S s East Sixteenth bet 12th 
and 13th avs 

Manning Daniel W., machinist, res S s Delaware Dr Tenth, 
WB 

Manning Lizzie, domestic, cor Twelfth and Castro 

Manning P. J., carpenter, res SW cor Pacific and Camp- 
bell, W O 

Mansen H., laborer, res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Mansfield George, watchman, res 827 Franklin 

Mansfield W. F., sexton First Presbyterian Church 

MANSION HOUSE, Miss L. A. Willey proprietress, Broad- 
way bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

MANSION HOUSE, James H. Kimball proprietor, NE cor 
15th av and East Twelfth 

Mantor Warren, res 1120 Ninth av E O 

Manuel George S., pressman Signs of The Times, res NW 
cor Eleventh and Castro 

Manuel George W., res NE cor Fourteenth and Castro 

Manuel John, res S W cor Third and Chester 

Manzen Henry, car cleaner CPRR, res cor Campbell and 
WiUiam, W O 

MAPLE LEAF NURSERY, L. M. Newson proprietor, 
151 East Twelfth 

Marc Antonio, carpenter, res N s East Fourteenth bet 18th 
and 19th avs 

March John, confectioner, res 173 Eighth 

Marchand A. M. Mrs., proprietress Berkeley Hotel, cor 
Bancroft way and Humboldt av 

Marchand A. W., bartender with J. Fennessy, res 565 
Seventh 

Marchand Frank, carpenter, res N s Sixteenth nr Clay 

Marchand J. E., mining, res Berkeley Hotel 

Marcher Samuel, res 322 Eleventh 

MARCOTTE, DEGRACE & CO. (Joseph Marcotte, John 
Degrace and L. Gravel) clothing, boots and shoes, 807 
Broadway 

MARCOTTE JOSEPH (Marcotte, Degrace '& Co.) res 807 
Broadway 

Marcus Isaiah, auction store, 869 Broadway, res N s Char- 
ter bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

Mariante William F., proprietor Eastern Hotel, 714 East 
Twelfth 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 267 

Marino Charles, clerk, res E s San Pablo av nr Twenty- 
seventh 
Marklen Josephine Mrs., res E s Alice nr Third 
Markley George W., carpenter, res 760 Brush 
Marks Aaron, dealer glass, doors, windows, blinds, etc., 

424 Eighth 
MARKS LOUIS, groceries and liquors, store and res SE 

cor 2d and University avs, W B 
Marks Morris, salesman with A. Marks, res 425 Eighth 
Marlin Josie, domestic, SW cor Eighth and Union 
Marolf Christ, hog ranch, res cor Grove and Thirty-ninth 
MARQUARDSEN & BECKER (Charles Marquardsen and 

Fred. Becker) butchers, SW cor Castro and Sixth 
MARQUARDSEN CHARLES (Marquardsen & Becker) res 

SW cor Castro and Sixth 
Marquardt John G., pastor Evangelical Association, res 271 

Ninth 
MARQUES JOHN, proprietor Post Office Restaurant, 459 

Ninth, res Wilcox House 
Marr Archibald, shipwright W D Co, res Railroad Exchange, 

WO 
Marr Sarah, domestic, SW cor Sixteenth and Chestnut 
Marrishen Harry, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Marsden Richard, furniture, NE cor Broadway and Second, 

res 370 Second 
Marsden Kichard, porter C P B R 
Marsh C. C. Colonel, res 666 Tenth 
Marsh C. P., res SW cor Eighth and Castro 
Marsh E. B., dealer stocks, res SW cor Madison and Fourth 
Marsh M., stocks, res 930 Filbert 
Marsh W. V., teacher Golden Gate Academy 
Marshall Charles, res W s Webster bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 
MARSHAL CITY Perry Johnson, office City Hall, room 5 
Marshall F. G., foreman CPKE, res Center bet Sixth and 

Seventh, W O 
Marshall George, res 677 Fifth 
Marshall John, carpenter, res 165 Seventh 
Marston B. S., res 835 Madison 

Marston Charles, res W s Jackson bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 
Marston Frank A., harness and saddlery, NE cor Broadway 

and Eleventh, res W s Campbell nr Twelfth, W O 
Marston Frank W., clerk with Olney & Co., res 322 Eleventh 
Marston J. S., watchman U S Mint, res W s Jackson bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth 



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Marston P. F., builder, res Fruit Vale av 

Martel J. L., real estate agent Court Block S F, res E s 

Jackson nr Fifteenth 
Martel Melissa Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 830 Jefferson 
MARTENS & REIER (John Martens and Henry Reier) 

fancy and staple dry goods, 1159 Broadway 
MARTENS JOHN (Martens & Reier) res 1159 Broadway 
Martin Aaron, hostler with Shattuck & Hillegass, res 457 

Eighth 
Martin Addison, res W s 7th av bet East Tenth and East 

Eleventh 
Martin Aurelius F., student University 
Martin Bartholemew, farmer, res Shattuck nr Telegraph av 
Martin C. S., carpenter, res SE cor Wood and William, W O 
Martin D. L., carpenter, res 460 Fifth 
Martin Ebinezer, bricklayer, res N s Twenty-sixth nr West 
Martin Frank H., framemaker with Lutz & Berg, res Ninth 

bet Washington and Clay 
Martin James, brakeman C P R R, res Goss nr Pine, W O 
Martin James, sheetiron pipemaker, res Overland House 
MARTIN JAMES C. (Montgomery & Martin) atty-at-law, 

16 Wilcox block, res E s Grove bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 
Martin James L., carpenter, res 319 Fourth 
Martin Jeremiah, stableman Whitney & Co's Express, res 

412 Sixth 
Martin J. H., hostler Whitney & Co's Express, res Golden 

Star Hotel 
Martin J. J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 323 Fifth 
Martin J. West, president Union Savings Bank, res Tubbs' 

Hotel 
Martin, KroU & Co. (William H. Martin, W. F. Kroll and 

W. T. Wood) fruit, candy and cigars, Seventh-st C P R 

R depot 
Martin Mary, domestic, 753 Eighth 
Martin Matthew, cooper, res 810 Market 
Martin M. S., stockbroker, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Martin Oscar F., student University 

Martin Robert, car cleaner C P R R, res Seventh bet Camp- 
bell and Peralta, W O 
Martin Robert W., stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

517 Ninth 
Martin Samuel, stableman with Freeman & Jaffe 
Martin William, res 410 Tenth 
Martin William H. (Martin, Kroll & Co.) res NW cor Eighth 

and Washington 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 269 

Martin William, stockbroker, res 479 East Tenth 

Martinez C. K. Mrs., teacher Golden Gate Academy 

Martinovich M. S., res 358 Seventh 

Marvin Murray, butler, cor Ninth and Madison 

Marwedel Charles F., machinists' supplies (S F) res Blake 
House 

Marx David B., student University 

Marx Samuel, teamster, res SE cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 

Mason Andrew J., miner, res NE cor East Sixteenth and 
11th av 

Mason Charles, with Contra Costa Laundry 

Mason Edward, bottler (S F) res N s Twelfth nr Willow 

Mason James, res E s 13th av bet East Fifteenth and East 
Sixteenth 

Mason John A., laborer, res Seventh bet Adeline and Union 

Mason John Beuben, agent San Jose Woolen Mills, (S F) 
res 1263 Webster 

Mason Marcus, stock ranche, res E s Telegraph av Twenty- 
second 

MASON W. C. & CO. (W. C. Mason and Charles Packard) 
groceries, liquors and crockery, 301 East Twelfth 

MASON WILLIAM C. (W. C. Mason & Co.) res 366 East 
Fourteenth 

MASONIC HALL, 1055 Broadway 

Massager Louis, res 617 Sixth 

Massey Fanny, widow, res 385 East Fifteenth 

Massey H. K., salesman, res SE cor 7th av and East Fif- 
teenth 

Massie John, conductor CPRE, res Sunnyside House 

Mastick George H., student University 

Matcovich Frank, cook, res E s Lewis bet Fifth and Seventh 

Mather Charles H., carpenter, res 354 Sixth 

MATHER, MTT.BURY & CO. (S. H. Mather, Samuel Mil- 
bury and C. M. Burleson) real estate and house brokers, 
907 Broadway 

MATHER SOLON H. (Mather, Milbury & Co.) res SWcor 
Sixth and Webster 

Mathews Benjamin, carpenter, res 917 W ebster 

Mathews Benjamin F., carpenter Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 
463 Fourth 

MATHEWS C. G. A., proprietor Philadelphia Restaurant, 
1022 Broadway, res 959 Webster 

Mathews E. G., res cor East Twentieth and 13th av 

Mathews George, tinsmith, res Eastern Hotel 



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Mathews George C, physician and surgeon, office and res 

SW cor Webster and Twelfth 
Mathews Henry, res 1019 Fifth av, E O 
Mathews J. C, architect, Union Bank Building, res N s 

Durant bet Broadway and Franklin 
Mathews Peter, farmer, res E s San Pablo av, North 

Teniescal 
Mathews W. J., architect, res N s Durant bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
Mathewson James, clerk with H. Bowman, res cor Twenty- 
fifth and Webster 
Mathewson James, dairy, res cor Twenty-fifth and Webster 
Mathewson Mary, domestic, N s Seward bet Wood and Wil- 
low, W O 
MATHEWSON PETER, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Fourth and Webster, res cor Twenty-fifth and Webster 
Mathias Emanuel, res W s Center nr Fifth 
Matterson Peter, laborer with Thomas & Anderson, res 

Eland House 
Matson William, bricklayer, res cor Second and Washington 
Matson William, s <nmsician, res Washington Hotel 
MATTERN HARRY, Centennial Meat Market and res NW 

cor Ninth and Webster 
Mattern Henry, speculator, res NW cor Ninth and Webster 
Mattingly John A., clerk with Ledden, Whipple & Co, res 715 

Fourth 
Mattingly Simeon, mining, res 715 Fourth 
Mattingly William T., collector Alameda County Branch 

Home Mutual Ins. Co., res 715 Jefferson 
MAU CHARLES, architect, 954 Broadway, res Golden 

Star Hotel 
MAUVAIS ZENO, agent Florence Sewing Machines, 456 

Twelfth, res 278 Thirteenth 
Maxon John, barkeeper Hotel de France, res 417 First 
Maxwell G. C, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Maxwell M. L., widow, res cor Birch and Telegraph av, 

MAY ALEXANDER W., livery stable, SE cor 12th av and 
Eleventh, and superintendent E O, F V and MSB, res 
1163 Tenth av, E O 
MAY E. A. (Grosso & May) res 2084 Webster 
May Ezra, hardware, res 2084 Webster 

May Munsel, res W s Webster bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
May Kichard, res S s East Sixteenth bet 11th and 12th avs 
May William B., atty-at-law, res E s Webster nr Durant 
Mayborn C. G., farmer, res E s San Pablo av nr Adeline 

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Mayer Adolpli, upholsterer, store and res 619 East Twelfth 

Mayer John, tinsmith, res 216 Eleventh 

Mayhew A. H., wheat merchant, res SW cor 3d av and East 
Twelfth 

Mayon Thomas C, druggist, res SW cor Sixteenth and 
Market 

MAYOR OAKLAND CITY, E. H. Pardee, City Hall 

McAferty Daniel, laborer, res Live Oak House 

McAlister J. H, Central "Wool Depot (S F) res 720 Linden 

McAneny Mary, domestic, 615 Tenth 

McAneny Patrick, plasterer, res 520 Sixth 

McArty Charles, stableman Dexter Stable 

McArthur Daniel, tailor, 1840 Kailroad av, W O 

McAskill Chrisy, domestic, S s Eighth nr Castro 

McAvery Bernard, fireman CPER, res NW cor Atlantic 
and Cedar, W O 

McAvinn Patrick, fireman C P B B, res cor Fifteenth and 
Cypress 

McAvoy A., brakeman C P E E, res Oakland Wharf 

McAvoy Hugh (Beaudry & McAvoy) res 853 Franklin 

McBEAN ALEXANDER, contractor, res 967 Jackson 

MeBEAN P. McG. (Gladding, McBean & Co) res 26J 
Geary (S F) 

McBride James, wood carver W D Co, res Perry bet Second 
and Third (S F) 

McBrien Jane, widow, res 1021 Third 

McBrien Patrick, res 759 Castro 

McBrien Patrick, coachman, 958 West Tenth 

MeCABE & COX (Michael McCabe and P. M. Cox) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 838 Market 

McCabe Edward, laborer, res NE cor 7th av and East Sev- 
enteenth 

McCabe John, fruit and cigars, Seventh nr Broadway, res 
Eighth nr Washington 

MeCABE MICHAEL (McCabe & Cox) res 837 Market 

McCabe Nicholas, carpenter, res 739 Filbert 

McCabe Peter, boilermaker, res Central Pacific Eailroad 
House, W O 

McCaffery John, res 410 Tenth 

McCaffrey Bridget, domestic, N s Seventeenth nr Tele- 
graph av 

McCallum John G., atty-at-law, res 1115 Jackson 

McCann Pearl, student University 

McCargar Francis A., bookkeeper with Bluett & Fardon, 
res cor Broadway and Twentieth 



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McCarl Samuel F., foreman with Adams & Taylor (S F) res 

N s Seventeenth nr Cypress, W O 
McCarthy Daniel, laborer, res S s Seventh nr Brush 
McCarthy Jeremiah, laborer, res cor Fifth and Folsom, WB 
McCarthy John, foreman with L. M. Beaudry 
McCarthy Lawrence, res 712 Fifth 

McCarthy Mary Miss, res E s Peralta bet Third and Fifth 
McCarthy Michael, laborer, res S s Pacific nr Campbell, 

WO 
McCarthy William, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
McCarty Daniel, calker W D Co, res Railroad Exchange, 

WO 
McCarty Timothy, painter, res 470 Eighth 
McCarty William, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 517 

Ninth 
McCarty William H., real estate, res W s Campbell bet 

Railroad av and William 
McCaslin Andrew, teamster, res W s 9th bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeeeth 
McCauley James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
McChesney Joseph B., principal High School, cor Market 

and Twelfth, res E s Franklin bet Seventeenth and 

Durant 
McClain John, fireman steamer Capital, res 371 First 
McClanahan Absolom, res E s Grove bet Fifth and Sixth 
McClellan George, laborer, res N s Frederick nr San Pablo av 
McClelland Henry S., carpenter, res SW cor Twenty-fifth 

and Broadway 
McClemontP., boilermaker W D Co, res Charter Oak Hotel, 

WO 
NcCLEVERTY & NOBLETT (Charles McCleverty and 

Robert Noblett) proprietors Fashion Livery Stable, 860 

Broadway 
MeCLEVERTY CHARLES (McCleverty & Noblett) res 

567 Eighth 
McClosky Annie, domestic, SW cor Madison and Lake 
McCloy Henry, gardener with J. M. Walker 
McCLURE DAVID Rev., principal California Military 

Academy, E s Telegraph av nr Prospect av 
McClure Henry C, student University 
McClure Samuel, timekeeper W D Co, res E s Wood bet 

Eighth and Chase, W O 
McCLURE STEWART Major, res E s Telegraph av nr 

Prospect 
McClure T. A., physician, res 324 Sixth 
McCollum John, res Eagle House 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 273 

McConnell George C, clerk with Cadogan, Smith & Co., res 

962 Clay 
McConnell Jackson, carpenter, res S s Goss nr Pine, W O 
McConnell James D., harness and saddlery, 469 Sixth 
McConnell Mary A., lodgings, 920 Clay 
McCormack Joseph J., machinist C P R R, res NE cor 

Chester and West Fifth 
McCormick James Mrs., res 462 Third 
McConrtney Harvey, painter, res cor Twenty-seventh and 

, West 
McCOURTNEY J. F., artist, 1004 Broadway, res cor Tele- 
graph and Evoy avs 
McConrtney M. P., farmer, res E s Telegraph av nr Evoy av 
McCover Bridget Miss, res W s Castro nr Nineteenth 
McCracken George S., collector with Freeman & Jaffe, res 

SW cor Third and Adeline 
McCracken Hugh, carpenter, res 379 Fifth 
McCRACKEN JOHN H., carpenter and cabinetmaker, 1070 

Fourteenth av, res cor East Fifteenth and 19th av 
McCrassen William, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
McCrindle William, manager Glasgow Iron and Metal Im- 
porting Co. (S F) res S s Short nr Pine, W O 
McCrum Bobert & Co. (R. McCrum and W. E. Grinnell) 

groceries and liquors, 413 Twelft i 
McCrum R. (Robert McCrum & Co.) res W s Webster bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
McCULLOUGH & DAVIES (Ballentine McCullough and 
John Davies) carpenters and builders, 13 Third bet 
Alice and Jackson 
McCULLOUGH BALLENTINE (McCullough & Davies) 

res 189 Third 
McCullough H. T., porter CPEK 
McCullough James, carpenter, res 310 Fifth 
McCully James, stair builder Grove-st Planing Mill 
McCune Henry, painter, res Eland House 
McCurdy Daniel, calker W D Co 
McCurdy James,, res 411 Twelfth 
McCurdy J. S., horse shoer, 364 Eleventh 
McCurdy Robert, car repairer C P R R, res 358 Fourth 
McCutcheon Frank, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
McCUTCHEON ROBERT, wines and liquors, 370 Eighth 
McCutcheon William, teamster, res 210 Eighth 
McDade Alice Mrs., res S s Charter nr Telegraph av 
McDaniels T. J. & Co. (T. J. McDaniels and J. W. S. 
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274 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

McDaniels Thomas J. (T. J. McDaniels & Co.) res 1661 

Eighth, W O 
McDermott Bernard, res S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, 

WO 
McDermott John, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
McDevitt Ellen, domestic, S s D wight way nr Ellsworth, 

Berkeley 
McDonah Thomas, laborer Contra Costa Water Co 
McDonald A., carpenter, res 408 Thirteenth 
McDonald Andrew, expressman, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Forty-third 
McDonald Andrew, laborer, res 364 Fourth 
McDonald Angus, carpenter, res 460 Fifth 
McDonald Charles, carpenter, res SW cor Lewis and Third 
McDonald Cornelius, laborer, res 727 Fifth 
McDonald Delia, domestic, SE cor Twentieth and Broadway 
McDonald Donald, piledriver, res S s Atlantic bet Willow 

and Wood, W O 
McDonald Eliza Mrs., res W s 9th av bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth 
McDonald James, carpenter, res NW cor 21st av and East 

Twentieth 
McDonald John, baker with Thompson Bros., res 167 Eighth 
McDonald John, carpenter, res W s Henry bet Third and 

Fifth 
McDonald John E., stockbroker, res S s Eighth nr Union 
McDonald Joseph B., carpenter, res 818 Myrtle 
McDonald Susan M. Miss; res SE cor 6th av and East Nine- 
teenth 
McDonald Thomas H., boxmaker, resN s Twenty-second nr 

West 
McDonald W. F., jeweler, res 1003 Franklin 
McEachen Duncan, shipwright, res W s Lewis bet Third 

and Fifth 
McElrath J. E., atty-at-law, 528 California (S F) res NE tor 

Twelfth and Brush 
McElroy James, groceries and liquors, 528 Seventh 
McElroy Michael, hostler with Shattuck & Hillegass, res 

457 Eighth 
McEntyre John, horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park 
McFadden John, laborer, res S s Thirteenth nr Kirkham, 

WO 
McFadden John, teamster Oakland Lumber Yard 
McFadden William, laborer, res Clark's Landing, three 

from Brooklvn 



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McFarland Duncan, engineer CPKE, res Union Hotel, E O 
McFarland John F., stair builder, res 955 Grove 
Mi-Fee Benjamin, plasterer, res 370 Second 
McGann Anthony, plasterer, res cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 
McGarran James, res Central House 

McGarry Andrew, proprietor Winthrop Honse, 409 Seventh 
McGauley Thomas, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
McGee Peter, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr University 

av, W B 
McGeorge & Smith (H. D. McGeorge and J. J. Smith) ad- 
vertising agents, Wilcox Block, room 13 
McGeorge Horatio D. (McGeorge & Smith) and bill poster, 

Wilcox Block, room 13, res 360 Fifth 
McGettigan Patrick F., bakery, res Railroad av bet Cedar 

and Pine, W O 
McGillivray John D . , student University 
McGillivray William, student University 
McGilvery Joseph, res SE cor Madison and Eleventh 
McGinn — , domestic, W s Chester nr Eighth, W O 
McGinnigan Sarah, domestic, SW cor Madison and Lake 
McGinnis Mathew, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
McGIVNEY JAMES, plumber and gasfitter, store and res 

965 Franklin 
McGivney Thomas, brass molder, res N s Short nr Bay 
MeGOVERN ANDREW J., French and American paper 

hangings, decorating, fresco painting and whitening, 

1157 Broadway, res 519 Eighth 
McGovern Bridget Mrs., res 774 Fifth 

McGovem Michael, laborer, res S s Locust nr San Pablo av 
McGowan Lizzie, domestic, NW cor Tavlor and Campbell, 

WO 
McGowen Martin, expressman, cor Seventh and Broadway, 

res S s Twentv-fifth bet Telegraph av and Broadway 
McGrath James (Northey & McGrath) res W s 16th av bet 

East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
McGrath Mary, domestic, 770 Tenth 
McGrath Michael, dairy, cor Nineteenth and Kirkham 
McGrath Michael, laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 
McGrath Patrick, laborer, res Forty-seventh nr Shattuck 
McGraw George, laborer Oakland Gaslight Co., res 714 

Finth 
McGregor John, carpenter W D Co, res Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
McGrew James, laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res Eureka 

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McGrew Jasper, storekeeper Grand Central Hotel 
McGREW P. H., carriagemaker, horseshoer and blacksmith, 

1062 Thirteenth av, E O 
McGuire Ellen Mrs., res 314 Third 
McGuire Francis, res cor Telegraph and College avs, 

Berkeley 
McGuire Jennie, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 
McGuire J. M., engineer W D Co., res Goss bet Wood and 

Pine, W O 
McGuire John, watchman, res Overland House 
McGuire Milton, machinist C P R R, res S s Goss nr Pine, 

WO 
McGuire Thomas E., engineer C P R R, res N s Chase nr 

Wood, W O 
McGuire William, farmer, cor Telegraph and College avs, 

Berkeley 
McGuiness Matthew, track inspector C P R R, res W s 

Magnolia nr Third 
Mc Hale Thomas, tailor with Harris Bros, res Eland House 
McHenry John, student University 
McHenry Mary, student University 

McHenry Samuel, commission merchant (S F) res 776 Tenth 
McHorg Arthur, car repairer C P R R, res cor Fifteenth and 

Cypress, W O 
McHugh John, superintendent Beale-st Warehouse, (S F) 

res 817 Jackson 
McHugo Mary Mrs., res 833 Brush 
McHugo Ruth, domestic, domestic, 1165 Clay 
Mclnnis Alexander, carpenter, res E s Chester nr Fifth 
Mclnnis John, carpenter, res E s Chester nr Third 
Mcintosh Daniel, blacksmith, res 811 Washington 
Mcintosh James, cook The Centennial 
Mclntyre Thomas, brakeman C P R R, res Star House, W O 
Mclvers Jennie, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 
McKanna Daniel, laborer, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-fourth 
McKay Arthur, car inspector CP RE, res Campbell bet 

Chase and Taylor, W O 
McKay C. P., policeman, res W s Franklin bet Ninth and 

Tenth 
McKay William L., painter with Farwell & Garrigan, res 

667 Eleventh 
McKean C, widow, res 751 Castro 
KcKean William B., driver Whitney & Co's Express, re's 751 

Castro 
McKeand George W., searcher records, SE cor Fourth and 

Broadway, res SE cor 17th av and East Fifteenth 

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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 277 

McKee A. J., contractor, res S s Nineteenth bet Castro and 
Brush 

McKee Hutchinson, clerk Contra Costa Laundry, cor Four- 
teenth aud Peralta, W O 

McKee Robert L., deputy* District Attorney, County Court 
House, room 3, and City Hall, res NW cor Adeline and 
West Twelfth 

McKee S. B., judge Third District Court, res SW cor 
Twelfth and Adeline, W O 

McKeen Albert A., carpenter, res SW cor Pine and Atlan- 
tic, w o 

McKen Adam, janitor Counts* Court House, res 415 Fourth ^ 

McKenna J., insurance agent (S F) res N s Sixteenth nr Clay 8 

McKeima Maggie, domestic, 658 Ninth cc 

McKenna Patrick, car cleaner C P Pi R, res Charter Oak §■ 
Hotel, WO . tf 

McKenzie W. W., undertaker, 412 Fourth, res 408 Eighth N 

McKeon Joseph, laborer, res W s Humboldt av nr Bancroft H 
way, Berkeley «_, 

McKeone Patrick, stonecutter Oakland Stone Yard, res | m 
Golden Star Ho: el £ 

McKernan John, carpenter, res res cor Eighteenth and ^ 
Kirkham ^ 

McKilican Robert, contractor, res N s Laurel nr Grove | q 

McKillican Donald R., mining engineer, res N s Fourteenth 
bet Webster and Harrison 

McKEMMONS MARK, livery stable, 613 and 615 Broad- 
way, res X s Fifth bet Washington and Clay 

McKinley Archibald, president Bank British North Amer- 
ica (S F) res 779 Eighth 

McKinnon Daniel, saloon and res W s Telegraph av nr 
Forty-ninth, Temescal 

McKinnon Daniel, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Second 

McKown James, laborer, Shell Mound Park 

McKutchen William, hack driver Dexter Stables 

McLafferty B. S. Rev., pastor First Baptist Church, res 810 
Fourteenth 

McL'ane George T., expressman, cor Eighth and Broadway, 
res E s Myrtle bet Twenty-second and Twenty-fourth 

McLaren Peter, physician, res W s 7th av bet East Tenth 
and East Eleventh 

McLaughlin Bernard, driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R R, 
res 673 East Twelfth 

McLaughlan George, res 1122 Eleventh av, E O 

McLaughlan John, boiler maker, res Central Pacific Rail- 
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McLaughlan Michael, with W D Co, res 218 Sixth 

McLaughlan Minnie Mrs., res 462 Third 

McLaughlin C. W., clerk, res E s Grove nr Sixteenth 

McLaughlin Daniel, contractor, res W s Broadway nr 
Twentieth 

McLaughlin Henry, hostler, res S s Twenty-eighth nr West 

McLaughlin Hugh, laborer, res E s Myrtle bet Fourth and 
Fifth 

McLaughlin J. W., clerk with Mellis Bros, res cor Fifteenth 
and Grove 

McLaughlin Owen, messenger ,The Oakland Bank of Sav- 
ings, res 1122 Eleventh av," E O 

McLAUREN DOUGLAS (Smilow & McLauren) res 379 
Eleventh 

McLean Edward, real estate, res NE cor Brown and West 

McLean Franklin P., student University 

McLean J. K. Rev., pastor First Congregational Church, 
res 1008 Washington 

McLean John, carpenter, res N s Twenty-seventh nr West 

McLean Margaret Mrs., res SW cor 12th av and East Nine- 
teenth 

McLean Thomas G. Rev., pastor Baptist Church, res SW 
cor Twelfth and East Nineteenth 

McLeod J. A., carpenter Enterprise Mills, res Eighth bet 
Washington and Broadway 

McLeod James, bootmaker with C. A. Broad, res SW cor 
Franklin and Ninth 

McLeod N. E., carpenter, res NE cor East Sixteenth and 
East Twelfth 

McLeod, N. E., carpenter, res 527 Seventh 

McLaughlin Michael, laborer, res W s Cedar nr Gross, W O 

McLintock Joseph, laborer, res S s E Sixteenth bet 12th and 
13th avs 

McMahon Daniel, laborer, res N s Durant nr Broadway 

McMahon Kate, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

McMahon Mary Mrs., presser with Antonio Patzer 

McMahon Thomas A., student University 

McMahon William, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-sixth and 
Union 

McMail Daniel, stone mason, res S s Twenty-second nr Lin- 
den 

McMail Daniel jr. , painter, res S s Twenty-second nr Linden 

McMail John W., painter, res S s Twenty-second nr Linden 

McManus Bernard C, carpenter, res S s Seventeenth bet 
Grove and Jefferson 

McManus James, gardener, SW cor Twelfth and Adeline 

Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 279 

McManns M., carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W 

McManus Patrick, fireman stmr Capital, res E O 

McMANUS PATRICK, marble polisher witn Madden & 
Sheedy, grocery and res STV cor Twenty-seventh and 
Grove 

Martin Daniel E., res TV s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 

McMillan Edward H., bookkeeper with McCabe <fe Cox, res 
738 Myrtle 

McMillan William, driver with TV. TV. McKenzie, res 860 
Jefferson , 

McMinds Ira, carpenter, res STV cor Railroad av and Wil- 
low, TV O 

McMullan John, real estate, res STV cor Eighteenth and 
Brush 

McMurry Frank, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 

McNally Edward TV., student University 

McNamara John, carpenter and builder, 407 Tenth, res 724 
Linden 

McNamara Patrick, groceries and liquors, store and res STV 
cor Myrtle and Third 

McNamara Patrick, laborer, res 610 Second 

McNamara Patrick, laborer, res E s Union nf Twenty-sixth 

McNear George TV., commission merchant (S F) res E s 
Adeline nr Eighteenth 

McNeill Godwin, student University 

McNerny John, moulder, res E s Adeline nr Third 

McNinime Patrick, harness cleaner Fashion Livery Stable 

McNultv John, watchmaker Cal Watch Co, res Willow Park, 
WB 

McNulty Michael, laborer, res Telegraph av nr Twenty-eighth 

McPartland James, porter Tubbs' Hotel 

McPartland John, fireman Grand Central Hotel 

McPherson George F., mining, res N s Merrimac bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway 

McPhetridge M. P., cigars and tobacco, 801 Broadway, res 
527 Seventh 

McQuade P., foreman car repairing shop C P R R, res 
Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

McQuaid Patrick, car inspector C P R R, res Chase bet 
Wood anYl Willow 

McQuarrie D., brakeman C P R R 

McQuillan Joseph, laborer C P R R, res E s Henry bet 
West Fifth and Seventh 

McQuilquin John, bricklayer, res 730 Filbert » 

McTavish B.C., plasterer, res 709 Fifth 



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McVey John, carpenter, res W s Clay nr Seventeenth 
McWade David D., res SW cor East Fourteenth and 12th 

av, E O 
Mc Williams James, res Central House 
Mc Worthy Frank J., miner, res E s Broadway nr Twenty- 
fourth 
MEACHAM ROBERT, proprietor JBartlett House, .473 

Seventh 
Mead Alden, millwright, res cor Chapel and Bancroftway, 

Berkeley 
Mead James F., machinist, res 43 Valley 
Mead Lewis K., secretary Bisdon Iron and Locomotive 

Works (S F) res W s 10th av bet East Seventeenth and 

East Eighteenth 
Mead T. W., ship owner, res W s Cedar nr Chase, W O 
Mead William H., secretary and treasurer S F Contra Costa 

Water Co., res S F 
MEADER HORACE P., superintendent Whitney & Co.'s 

Express, res 126 Eleventh 
Meagher John, plasterer, res 965 Jefferson 
Mealey George, cabinetmaker, res 573 Eighth 
Mearcher Hannah, domestic, N s Charter nr San Pablo av 
Mechanics' Home, David Cowan proprietor, S s William bet 

Pine and Cedar, W O 
Mechanics' Home, F. Schaffner proprietor, 403 Ninth 
MECHANICS' HOTEL, James Gibbons proprietor, 416 

Seventh 
Medbery & Low (Wm. C. Medbery and Benjamin K. Low) 

wood and coal, cor Chapel and Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Medbery William C. (Medbery & Low) res cor Chapel and 

Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Mee James, machinist, res E s Webster bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth 
Meek — , capitalist, res Knox House 
Meek Annie P., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res SW 

cor Tenth and Madison 
Meek Harry, student University 
Meeter George, architect, res W s 16th av bet East Sixteenth 

and East Seventeenth 
Megahan John, plasterer, res Union Hotel, E 
Meguire Frank, gardener, res Mansion House, E O 
MEIKLE D. A. F., blacksmith, carriagemaker and horse- 

shoer, SE cor 16th av and East Fourteenth, res cor 

Dennison and Kennedy 
MEIKLE 4 JAMES, blacksmith, res W s Park nr East 

Twelfth, E O 



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Meinecke Phoebe, res S s East Fourteenth bet 18th and 19th 
avs 

Meiner Rudolph, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Melley Patrick, laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and Fifth 

MELLIS BROS. (Frank J. and Fred. R. Mellis) Great 
Eastern Auction House, SW cor Eighth and Broadway 

MELLIS FRANK J. (Mellis Bros) res 875 Broadway 

MELLIS FRED R. (Mellis Bros.) res 875 Broadway 

MENDOCINO LUMBER YARD, Walter Laidlaw propri- 
etor, SE cor Seventh and Brush 

Menges Adam, res 325 Ninth 

Menges Henry, barber with F. W. Seegletz, res S s Thir- 
teenth nr Washington 

MENKE DDUTRICH (Kreyenhagen & Co.) res Alameda 

Mentz Frederick, saloon (S F) res cor Sixteenth and Center, 
WO 

Mercer Frank' B., solicitor and collector Tribune Publishing 
Co., res 306 Tenth 

Merchant James R., apothecary with B. J. Van Voorhies, 
res cor Eleventh and Broadway - 

Mercier H. Miss, res 959 Clay 

Meredith Griffith, lumber, Sierra Co., res W s Alice bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Merle A., hardware (S F) res E s Chester bet Ninth and 
Tenth, W O 

Merriman John, calker W D Co 

Merrill Alva D., commission merchant, res E s Franklin bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Merrill Isaac, mail agent C P R R, res Sunnyside House 

Merrill Parker, with Loran Miner, res S s East Fifteenth bet 
17th and 18th avs 

Merrill W= B., brick maker, res Tremont House 

Merriman — Mrs., dressmaker, Mills Seminary 

Merritt Ambrose, carpenter, res 408 Eighth 

Merritt Charles Z., bookkeeper with F. S. Page, res SE cor 
Twenty-fourth and Valley 

Merritt F. A., bookkeeper, res W s Webster bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeeth 

Merritt Julia E. Miss, teacher, res cor Twenty-fourth and 
Valley 

Merritt Laura A. Miss, telegraph operator W U Tel Co (S 
F) res cor Twenty-fourth and Valley 

MERRITT SAMUEL, capitalist and proprietor Oakland 
lumber yard, res W s Madison bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Merritt S. H., master mariner, res 404 Thirteenth 



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Merritt W. C. Rev., res cor Twenty-fourth and Yalley 

Mertens Joseph, dairy, res S s Charter bet San Pablo and 
Telegraph avs 

MerwinD. W., brakeman P R R, res Yosemite Hotel, 
Alameda 

Merwin Josepn B., laborer, res 570 Fifth 

Metcalf George B., clerk, res E s Bushnell nr University 
av, Berkeley 

Metcalf George D., bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res 
Berkeley 

Metcalf O. F., contractor, res 356 Ninth 

Metcalf Olive Mrs., dressmaking, res 910 Franklin 

Methodist Episcopal Church, cor 7th av and East Fifteenth 

Methven Alevander H., watchmaker with W. Wilson, res 
961 Broadway 

Metzger George, res S s Twelfth nr Adeline 

METZLER & PERU (Charles Metzler and "William Peru) 
proprietors Golden Gate Hall, 471-475 Eighth 

METZLER CHARLES (Metzler & Peru) res 713 Green- 
wich, S F 

Meves Otto, jeweler with L. P. Berger, res Ninth bet Center 
and Kirkham 

Meyer Adolph, res 721 Sixth 

Meyer Augustus, res SE cor Broadway and Fourth 

Meyer Frederick, woodcarver, res E s Filbert nr Twenty- 
fourth 

Meyer Fritz, veterinary surgeon, office and res 473 Eighth 

Meyer Henry, barber with Classon & Trost, 719 Sixth 

Meyer Henry, clerk with E. Kreyenhagen & Co., res NW 
cor Broadway and Sixth 

Meyer Henry H., proprietor Eureka Hoeel, SW cor Seventh 
and Washington 

Meyer John, carver, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 

Meyer John, laborer W D Co 

Meyer John H., res W s Campbell bet Atlantic and Pacific, 

wo 

Meyer Mitchel, engraver, res E s Filbert nr Twenty-fourth 

MEYERS GUSTAVE W., barber, 853 Broadway, res 721 
Sixth 

Meyers H. W., woodcarver W D Co, res 509 Brannan, S F 

Meyers Nathan, res Kelsey House 

Meyers Zeno K., agent Kohler, Chase & Co., res 1055 Broad- 
way 

Mhoon John B., atty-at-law (S F) res W s Adeline nr Twelfth, 
WO 

Michel August, wines and liquors, 715 Broadway 



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Miclielsen M., ticket collector C P R B, Broadway wharf, 

res cor Washington and Bridge 
Migle Mary A., domestic, cor Moss and Telegraph av 
Mihills L. K., teacher Golden Gate Academy 
Milburn Eichard, laborer, res W s Chester bet Fifth and 

Seventh 
MILBURY SAMUEL (Mather, Milbury & Co.) res W s 

Alice nr Seventeenth 
Miles William T., constable and engineer Felton Engine Co. 

No. 2, res 422 Second ■ 
MILEY & LAAGE (J. A. Miley and William Laage) Swiss 

confectionery and ice cream saloon, 916 Broadway 
MILEY J. A. (Miley & Laage) res 405 Ninth 
Mill John, gardener, W s Market opp Eleventh 
Mill William W., carpenter, res SE cor East Sixteenth and 

8th av 
Millar J. E., res N s Tenth nr Kirkham, W O 
Millard Hulda Miss, res W s College av one-half mile S 

Asylum, Berkeley 
MILLER & WINSOR (James Miller and Serril Winsor) 

proprietors California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, 
» cor East Twelfth and Park 
Miller Agnes, widow, 729 Myrtle 
Miller Charles W., student University 
Miller F. B., res E s Grove bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Miller George, res 1117 Alice 
Miller Gerge, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Miller George A., farmer, res N s Ninth bet Jackson and 

Madison 
Miller G. H., clerk with William G. Dinsmore, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller Henry, distributer Contra Costa Laundry 
Miller H. E. Mrs., res 946 Myrtle 
Miller James, res Grand Central Hotel 
MILLER JAMES (Miller & Winsor) res cor East Twelfth 

and Park 
Miller J. F., auditor Custom House (S F) res W s Linden 

nr Eighth 
Miller John, res 1114 Eighteenth av, E O 
Miller John, butcher, 1753 Railroad av, res Eighth bet 

Willow and Wood, WO 
Miller John, junk, cor Twenty-fourth and Magnolia 
Miller John W. (Miller & Hall, S F) res*NE cor Eighteenth 

and Adeline 
Miller Joseph, dishwasher with Chris. Bauder & Co. 
Miller Noah, physician and surgeon, 1004 Broadway, rooms 

10-11, res 364 Eighth 



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Miller O. C, clerk U S Mint, res Grand Central Hotel 
Miller Paul, foreman C P E E, res E s 11th av bet East 

Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Miller Peter, Custom House broker, res NE cor Fourteenth 

and West 
Miller Eobert B., printer, res N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Miller Thomas, clerk Humboldt Hotel 
Miller William, farmer, res N s Nineteenth nr Market 
Miller William, machinehand Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Eland House 
Miller William E., banker, res W s Webster bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Miller William H., res 764 Brush 
MILLER WILLIAM N. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) res 

122 Ninth 
Millett O. F. Mrs., res 916 Filbert . 
Milliet Alexis, res 416 First 
Milligan H. G., bookkeeper Oakland Lumber Yard, res 369 

Eleventh 
Milligan Peter, laborer, res W s Myrtle bet Second and 

Third 
Milligan Sallie Miss, dressmaker with M. V. Davis, res 213 

Fourth 
MILLOSLOVICH LOUIS, chop house and restaurant, 459 

Seventh, res Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Milloslovich M., waiter with L. Milloslovich, res Cosmo- 
politan Hotel 
MILLS C. T. Rev., principal Mills' Seminary, Seminary av 

4 miles E of Brooklyn 
Mills M. V., machinist, res S s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph 

av and Broadway 
MILLS' SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES, Eev. C. T. 

Mills principal, Seminary av 4 miles E of Brooklyn 
Mills William, brakeman C P E E, res Yosemite Hotel, 

Alameda 
Milne A. O., foreman Bulletin (S F) res N s Walton nr Tele- 
graph av 
Milton Anthony, master mariner, res W s San Pablo av nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Milwain Alexander, carpenter, res SW cor Seventeenth and 

Franklin 
Minan John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Miner Annie E. Miss, teacher Peralta School, res Temescal 
Miner John M., res SW cor Ninth and Clay 
MINER LORAN, carpet beating, S s Third bet Broadway 

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Mintie A. E., physician, res 419 East Twelfth 

Mires John C, carpenter Brooklyn Planing Mill, res cor 

Thirty-fourth, and Chestnut 
Missmer K, wood, res cor 13th av and East Thirty-second 
Mitchell Charles T., tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res 

462 Twelfth 
Mitchell J., plumber, res 462 Twelfth 
Mitchell John H., res 166 Second 

Mitchell Louisa, widow, res Redwood av nr Fruit Vale av 
Mitchell Michael, coachman, W s Broadway nr Moss 
Mitchell M. R. Mrs., dsmestic, 620 Fourteenth 
Mitchell Samuel, gardener, res 403 Ninth 
Mitchell Samuel H., special policeman, res 954 Brush 
Mitchell William, brakeman C P R R 
MIX & BOYCE (L. W. Mix and S. B. Boyce) commission 

stock brokers, 907 Broadway 
MIX L. W. (Mix & Boyce) res 427 Sutter (S F) 
Mizner Lansing, student University 
Moate George, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 

av and Lusk 
Moffat J. A., brakeman C P R R , 

Moffet John, res 1160 Alice 
Moffit — , res N s Twenty-second nr Webster 
Moffitt Frank, publisher, res 617 East Twelfth 
Moffitt James, wines and liquors, NE cor East Eleventh and 

13th av, res 617 East Twelfth 
Mogan Charles F., vinegar manufacturer with J. Lusk & 

Co, res cor Evoy av and Lusk 
Mohr Henry, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res Golden 

Star Hotel 
MOLLER WILLIAM (Dalziel & Moller) res cor Telegraph 

av and Delger 
Momyer Henry, carpenter, res SE cor Third and Castro 
Monaghan JohnM., waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Monaghan Patrick, car repairer C P R R, res N s Pacific bet 

Willow and Campbell, W O 
Monahan Bridget, res NE cor Atlantic and Campbell 
Monahan Daniel, res W s Magnolia nr Third 
Monahan William, hostler with Newland & Pumyea, res 462 

Seventh 
Monette Joseph L., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 515 

Fourth 
Monholland John, painter, res 518 East Fifteenth 
Monihan Margaret, domestic, 904 Filbert 
Monroe Reberta, domestic, E s Bushnell nr University av, 

Berkeley 



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Montague Ellen, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 
Montague James P., captain tugboat Amelia, res 565 Fifth 
Montague Richard, res 1027 Filbert 
Montague E. W. Mrs., res 1027 Filbert 
Montague S. S., engineer CPEE, res 1027 Filbert 
Montandon A. F., res cor Grove and Twenty-sixth 
Monte Joseph, polisher Contra Costa Laundry 
Montealegre John G., stock broker, res cor Laurel and Tel- 
egraph av 
Monteith Andrew J., broker, res 954 Brush 
MONTGOMERY & MARTIN (Zach. Montgomery and 

James C. Martin) attys-at-law, Wilcox Block, room 16 
Montgomery J. X., res 1159 Franklin 

MONTGOMERY ZACH. (Montgomery & Martin) atty-at- 
law,J res N s Telegraph av bet Forty-first and Forty-seed 
Montrose John B.,. carpenter, res N s Eleventh nr Center 
Mooar George, professor theology Pacific Theological Semi- 
nary, Edward nr Telegraph av 
MOODY & EGGERT (Horace Moody and W. W. Eggert) 
upholsterers and cabinetmakers, SW cor Goss and Pine, 
WO 
Moody Edwin, artist and engraver, res N s Fourth bet Mad- 
ison and Oak 
MOODY HORACE (Moody & Eggert) res William nr Bay 
Moody James, pedler, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Moodv Malcolm, student University 
MOODY VOLNEY D., president First National Gold Bank 

of Oakland, res 38 McAllister (S F) 
Moon Henrv, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Mooney John, agent Wheeler & Wilson S M Co, 472 Eighth 
Mooney — , res MW cor 11th av and East Sixteenth 
Moore A. A., atty-at-law, res 1053 Fifth av, E O 
Moore Alfred R., tinsmith with G. L. Lynde, res S s East 

Seventeenth bet 5th and 6th avs 
Moore Annia S., domestic, X s Seventeenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson •. 

Moore Armstrong P., books, stationery and pianos, 1101 

Broadway, res 1211 Franklin 
Moore C. J., carpenter, res 714 Fourth 
Moore Daniel, conductor* C P B B, res W s 13th av bet East 

Twelfth and East Thirteenth 
Moore Ephraim, superintendent track Oakland Trotting Park 
Moore F. W., porter CPKE 
Moore H. A., furniture (S F) res Merrimac bet Telegraph 

av and Broadway 
Moore Henry, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 

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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 287 

Moore Henry A., miner, res Fruit Vale av 

MOORE ISAAC (Price & Moore) res 934 Dolores (S F) 

Moore James, carpenter, res Fourteenth bet Franklin and 

Broad wav 
Moore James, carpenter, res W s San Pablo av nr Twenty- 
sixth 
Moore John A., painter, shop and res junction Market and 

San Pablo av 
Moore Kate, domestic, E s Grove nr Sixteenth 
Moore Michael, beer saloon, SE cor Piailroad av and Cedar, 

WO 
Moore M. Mrs., res 518 Tenth 

Moore — Mrs., res N s West Fifth bet Henry and Lewis 
Moore William, barkeeper Oakland Trotting Park 
Moore William, carpenter, res S s Fourteenth bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
Moore William W., speculator, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Moore W. W., hackman, res 414 Sixth 
Moparra S., laborer, res 410 Seventh 
Moquin Peter, barber with Ernest Held, res Somerset 

House 
Moran James T., clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros., .ies 625 

Filbert 
Moran Thomas, laborer, res 715 Myrtle 
More H. H., stockraiser, res NE cor Jackson and Lake 
Morehead James, butcher, res Soracco House, W. O 
MOREHEAD JAMES, oyster and chop house, S s Railroad 

av bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Morell H., res Tubbs' Hotel 
MORETON HENRY, merchant tailor, 962 Broadway, res 

NW cor Clay and Sixteenth 
Morey Gibeon E., machinist, res W s Myrtle nr Thirtieth 
Moi«ey M. B., carpenter, res NE cor Twenty-eighth and 

. Myrtle 
Morey Eoswell E., bookkeeper (S F) res NE cor Twenty- 
eighth and Myrtle 
Morford Nathan, student University 
MORGAN BART, druggist, 913 Seventh 
Morgan C. B., manager Bank British North America, res 

Grand Central Hotel 
Morgan Edward, clerk with J. M. Cronin, res 411 Twelfth 
Morgan E. H., bookkeeper with A. Mau & Co., res NW cor 

Fifteenth and Clay 
Morgan Henry H., engineer, res Pierson nr Chase, W O 
Morgan John, ship joiner W D Co, res SW cor William and 

Pine 

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Morgan John P., musician, res SE cor Seventeenth and Jef- 
ferson 

Morgan M. L. Miss, res W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Morgan Thomas W., surveyor, office 10 City Hall, res cor 
Seventh av and Twenty-first, E O 

Morgan W. P„ res Tubbs' Hotel 

Morgan — , harness maker, res Central Pacific Hotel 

Morison William C, student University 

Morrill Simeon F., carpenter, res E s Telegraph av nr Te- 
mescal 

Morris Barnard, tailor 962 Broadway, res 1511 Powell (S F 

Morris Cora Miss, res S s Sycamore nr San Pablo av 

Morris Florence Miss, res S s Sycamore nr San Pablo av 

Morris Jacob S., architect, res 807 Brush 

Morris Jacob S. jr., res 807 Brush 

Morris John, res S s West nr Fifteenth 

Morris John W., res 615 Third 

Morris Mary Miss, res S s Sycamore nr San Pablo av 

Morris M. L., butcher (wholesale) res cor Fourteenth and 
Myrtle 

Morris Thomas C, salesman, res 807 Brush 

Morris W., helper Oakland Planing Mill 

Morrisey Catherine, widow, res SE cor 6th av and East 
Seventeenth 

Morrison Alexander F., student University 

Morrison C. D., mining, res Julia nr East Fourteenth, Fruit 
Vale 

Morrison D., widow, res E s Henry nr Third 

Morrison Daniel, master mariner, res 662 Washington 

Morrison Daniel, watchman Oakland Planing Mill 

MORRISON HECTOR, carpenter and builder, res S s Sew- 
ard bet Pine and Wood, W O 

Morrison John, fireman CPEE, res 1064 Twelfth av 

Morrison Parker M. (Hirshberg & Morrison) res 705 Franklin 

Morrison Richard M., carpenter, res W s Elm nr College av 

Morrison S. A., res W s Vale av nr East Fourteenth, Fruit 
Vale 

Morrison T. J., carpenter, res 323 Eleventh 

Moroney Paul, stockbroker (S F) res NW cor East Eleventh 
and 3d av 

Moroney Paul L., clerk with Paul Moroney, res NW cor 
East Fourteenth and 3d av 

Morrow David Kev., res S s Spring nr San Pablo av 

Morrow J. A., student University 

Morrow John, farmer, res W s Telegraph av nr Logan 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 289 

Morrow John, laborer Enterprise Mills, res cor Telegraph 
av and Walton 

Morrow W. H., student University 

Morse Charles A., mining secretary (S F) res NW cor Cale- 
donia and Telegraph avs 

Morse David A. , deputy township assessor, res S s Four- 
teenth bet Franklin and Webster 

Morse E. S. Mrs., res 857 Harrison 

Morse F. E. Mrs., res E s 4th av nr East Seventeenth 

Morse Frederick W., student University 

Morse Fremont, student University 

MORSE HENRY N, sheriff Alameda County, 8 Court 
House, res cor Newton and Watson 

Morse I. H., res W s'Clay nr Fifteenth 

Morse Isaac P., res NE cor 11th av and East Fifteenth 

Morse J. E., shoemaker with Holcomb & Outram, res Me- 
chanics' Home 

Morse L. M., farmer, res S s Fifteenth nr Market 

Morse Menzo J., carpenter, res W s Myrtle nr Thirtieth 

MORSE MOSES G., proprietor Empire Restaurant, 858 
Broadway, res Washington bet Fifth and Sixth 

Morse Ralza A., farmer, res E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

Mosca Ernesto, hairdresser, 828 Broadway, res 466 Sixth 

Moser M. L. Miss, housekeeper Tubbs' Hotel 

Moses Bernard, professor University, res cor Chapel and 
University av, Berkeley 

Moses Horatio, res NE cor Julia and East Fourteenth, Fruit 
Yale 

Moskiman R. H., compositor Bulletin (S F) res W s Chester 
nr Third 

Moss J . Mora, banker (S F) res E s Telegraph av nr Moss av 

Moss Patrick H., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Moss P. H., laborer, res 607 Harrison 

Mote James, blacksmith, res 760 Franklin 

Mott Peter D., engineer C P R R, res N s Twelfth nr Wood 

Moubre Nicholas, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 
Wood, W O 

Mould M. A., bookkeeper, res SsGoss bet Wood and Pine 

Moulder A. J., res Tubbs Hotel 

Moulthrop C. W., horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park 

Moulton Floyd, bookkeeper, res 259 Eighth 

Moulton Margaret, teacher with Victor Sewing Machine, res 
259 Eighth 

Mount Harvey, res 410 Tenth 

Mount J. H., salesman with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 
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Mowatt Gilbert, foreman shipwright W D Co, res Charter 
Oak Hotel, W O 

Mower Ezra H., carpenter, res S s Third nr Center 

Moyer Frank, bookkeeper, res NE cor Harrison and Seventh 

Moylen Michael, laborer, res 1021 Franklin 

Mudge Theo. A., real estate agent, res W s Webster bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

MUELLER & STEFFANONI (Ernest Mueller and Achille 
Steffanoni) watchmakers and jewelers, 923 Broadway 

Mueller Constantine, professor music, res cor Twenty-sixth 
and Chestnut 

MUELLER ERNEST (Mueller & Steffanoni) res cor San 
Pablo av and Twenty-second 

Mueller Jacob, harnessmaker with F. A. Marsten, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Muer Bartlett, overseer Oakland Breakwater, res 721 Frank- 
lin 

Mues Richard, shipwright W D Co 

Mulcahey Michael, laborer, res 1064 Twelfth av 

Mulford David, carpenter, res 806 Clay 

Mulgrew James, laborer Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 711 
East Twelfth 

Mullan Patrick, laborer C P B R, res Winthrop House 

Mullen Harriet Mrs., res SE cor Fourteenth and Linden 

Mullen H. M. Miss, teacher, res SE cor Fourteenth and 
Linden 

Mullen John, laborer, res N s Twenty-first nr Market 

Mullen Patrick, laborer W D Co 

Mullen Thomas, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 913 Alice 

Mullen — , with City Gas Works, res 469 Fourth 

Muller Charles A., res 621 Sixth 

Muller George, bakery, store and res 1230 Broadway 

Muller John, laundryrnan Berkeley Laundry 

Muller William, res 669 Third 

Mulligan Mary, domestic, N s Fifteenth nr Clay 

Mulligan Peter, laborer CPRE, res Oakland Wharf 

Mullikin Joseph D., road master, res Evoy av nr San Pablo 

Mullin John, blacksmith W D Co 

Mulvey Christopher, car repairer CPKK, res Seventh bet 
Cedar and Pine, W O 

Mulville N. B., atty-at-law (S F) res 616 Ninth 

Mumford G. H. Mrs., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Mumm Charles, shipwright W D Co, res Central Pacific 
Railroad House, W O 

Munce John, machinist C P R R, res E s Peralta bet Third 
and Fifth 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 291 

Munday Frank, stevedore, res W s Curtis nr Twenty-first 
Munsell James jr., life insurance agent, res E s Madison bet 

Ninth and Tenth 
Munson Frederick, res 709 Jackson 
Munson J. H., sawfiler, 1110 Broadway, res Mission bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth, S F 
Munson Sarah Mrs., res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Murat H., barber, shop and 777 East twelfth 
Murbach John, laborer with G. H. Naegle * 
Murdoch John C, operator A & P Tel Co, res S s Twelfth 

bet Clay and Jefferson 
Murdy B. J., barber, Soracco House, W O 
Murphy Arthur, real estate broker, res 616 Eighth 
Murphy Bridget, domestic, W s Peralta nr Seward 
Murphy Daniel, driver with J. McElroy, res 215 Sixth 
Murphy Daniel A., car repairer CPEB, res NE cor West 

Fifth and Henry 
Murphy Dennis, cook Eland House 

Murphy Edward, butcher, S s Railroad av bet Pine and Ce- 
dar, W O 
Murphy Edmond, laborer C P B B, res Seventh nr Chester 
Murphy Edward, shoemaker with E. Fitzgerald, res Central 

House 
Murphy Fanny, house keeper, 860 Seventh 
Murphy James, res 868 Castro 
Murphy James, carpenter, res 424 Twelfth 
Murphy James, laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Twenty- 
sixth 
Murphy James, laborer, res cor Twenty-second and West 
Murphy J. C, sawyer Grove-st Planing Mill, res West Oak- 
land House 
Murphy Jeremiah, carpenter, res 216 Sixth 
Murphy John, tinsmith with G. L. Lynde 
Murphy Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Murphy J. T., stair builder with Grove-st Planing Mill 
Murphy Kossuth M., student University, res 1009 Madison 
Murphy Mary, nurse, N s Merrimac nr Telegraph av 
Murphy M., laborer, res W s Myrtle bet Second and Third 
Murphy Patrick, laborer W D Co, res Seventh bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 4 
Murphy John, hostler Berkeley Laundry 
MURPHY PATRICK A. (O'Connell & Co) res SW cor 

Fourth and Alice 
Murphy P. J., calker W D Co 

Murphy Thomas, groceries, S s Bailroad av bet Pine and 
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Murphy Thomas, carpenter W D Co, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Murphy William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co 
Murphy William C, res 215 Sixth 
Murphy William S., doors, windows, blinds, etc., 665-667 

Broadway, res Nolan nr West 
Murphy — , clerk with J.J. O'Brien & Co., res Eland House 
MURRAY & ROBERTS (Timothy Murray and Samuel 

Roberts) proprietors Grand Central Carriage Works, N 

s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
Murray Dennis, gardener, N s Frederick nr Telegraph av 
Murray Dennis, laborer, res 822 Myrtle 
Murray George D., student University 
Murray John, tailor, res Eland House 
Murray Robert M., builder, res N s Elm nr San Pablo av 
Murray S. C, carpenter, res West Oakland Lodging House 
Murray S. J. Mrs., proprietress West Oakland Lodging 

House, res N s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine 
MURRAY TIMOTHY (Murray & Roberts) res 210 Eighth 
Murrav Timothy, shipwright W D Co, res N s Atlantic bet 

Willow and Campbell, W O 
Murray William, res 821 Thirteenth 
Murtha Peter, stone cutter (S F) res S s Taylor nr Wood, 

WO 
Musgrave Robert W\, student University 
Musselman David, laborer C P R R, res cor Seventeenth 

and Cypress, W O 
Myers A. F., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 561 Fifth 
Myers A. H., plumber and gasfitter, 1731 Railroad av, res 

Engine House No. 3, Eighth 
Myers Daniel, painter, res N s Laurel nr San Pablo av 
Myers Frank B., clerk with Sherman & Hyde (S F) res Rus- 
sell House 
Myers Frederick F., lime, plaster, fire-brick and drain pipe, 

NE cor Third and Washington, res 708 Washington 
Myers George O., res Russell House 
Myers Henry, tinsmith, res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine, 

WO 
Myers Jonathan, agent Remington Sewing Machines, 465 

Ninth, res N s Twenty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Myer^William, carpenter, res N s Laurel nr San Pablo av 
Myers W T illiam R., painter, res 621 Third 
Myers W. R., painter, res 701 Frankiin 
Myers Zeno, clerk, res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine, W O 
Myers Z. K., manager with Kohler Chase & Co,, Broadway 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth, res Goss nr Wood 
Myles George, helper Oakland Planing Mill 



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Myrick Ella Miss, teacher, res SE cor Brush and Thirteenth 
Myrick Frederick, barkeeper with T. J. McDaniels, res S s 

Lincoln nr Wood, W O 
Myrick John B., machinist CPKR, res 557 Seventh 



N 

Naegle G. H., wood and coal, NE cor Sixth and Washing- 
ton, res 6n3 Webster 

Naegle John, blacksmith, res 603 Webster 

Nagle Edward, gardener, res N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and 
Clay 

Napa John, upholsterer with C. J. Rossini 

Nash Hannah N. Mrs., res W s Poplar bet Tenth and 
Twelfth, W O 

Naylor Charles E., bookkeeper with Mark Sheldon (SF) res 
S s Eighth nr Campbell 

Neal J. E., carpenter, res Ws Telegraph av nr Forty -third 

Nealan John, laborer, res cor Bancroft way and Chapel, Berk- 
eley 

Neall James, merchant, res 1067 Brush 

Nebel Herrmann, clerk with E. Kreyenhagen & Co., res NW 
cor Broadway and Sixth 

NEDDERMAN B., boot and shoemaker, shop and res 705 
East Twelfth 

Nedderman Henry, policeman, rest West Oakland House 

Needham Dwight, map agent, res W s Broadway nr Durant 

Needham G. S., teacher music, res 769 East Fourteenth 

Needham William C, map agent, res W s Broadway nr Du- 
rant 

Neely Mary J., seamstress .with Mrs. T J. Hyde, res 1058 
Alice 

Neill M. A. Miss, teacher Grove-st School, res Webster bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Neithercott William, shipwright W D Co, res cor William 
and Willow, W O 

NELLER LEOPOLD (Held & Neller) res 1226 Broadway 

Nelson Anton M., hostler with Cummings & Eowe, res NE 
cor Railroad av and Wood 

Nelson C, res Kelsey House 

Nelson Charles, harnessmaker with William Hanley, res 23 
Moss (S F) 

Nelson Charles, gardener, res N s Eleventh nr Kirkham 

Nelson John M., cabinetmaker W D Co 



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294 OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 

Nelson Matthew, blacksmith shop and res cor San Pablo and 

University avs, W B 
Nelson Thomas, master mariner, res N s Brown nr West 
Nelson Thomas, turner, res 661 Grove 

Nelson — , res N s Atlantic bet Willow and Campbell, W O 
Nesbit Jacob, res SE cor 11th av and East Eighteenth 
Nesbitt J. W. Miss, teacher Grove-st School, res Webster 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Nestell D. D. T., physician, office and res 714 Tenth 
Nettleton A. B., miner, res Knox House # 
Neugent Fred. C., butcher with J. F. Smith, res W s Brush 

nr Seventeenth 
Neumann Albert, manufacturing jeweler, 1011 Franklin 
Neumann Louis, upholsterer, res 412 First 
Neuwiler Jacob, baker with Paul & Beier 
NEVADA MARKET, T. W. Thacker proprietor, SE cor 

Filbert and Third 
NEW YORK AUCTION STORE (dry goods) E. Barnett 

proprietor, 825 Broadway 
NEW YORK LIVERY STABLE, Strauter & Howard pro- 
prietors, SW cor Eighth and Webster 
Newberry A. A., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Newbold H. P., res The Centennial 
Newcomb W., physician and surgeon, 1059 Broadway, res 

Grand Central Hotel 
Newcomb William, res NE cor Twenty-third and Valley 
Newell James, laborer, res N s Lydia nr West 
Newell John, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal 
Newell Julia, nurse, res 573 Eighth 
Newhouse Henry, wood carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Golden Star Hotel 
Newkoop John, carpenter, res S s Twenty-sixth nr West 
Newland & Pumyea (Edward Newland and Peter Pumyea) 

livery stable, 262 Seventh 
Newland Andrew (E. & A. Newland, res Newland's Hotel 
Newland E. & A. (Edward and Andrew Newland) propri- 
etors Newland's Hotel, NE cor Washington and Seventh 
Newland Edward (E. & A. Newland and Newland & Pumyea) 

res Newland's Hotel 
Newland's Hotel, E. & A. Newland proprietors, NE cor 

Washington and Seventh 
Newman Eugenia Miss, compositor Signs of the Times, res 

757 Jefferson 
Newman William, brakeman C P B B, res 565 Fifth 
Newsom Bros (J. J. and S. Newsom) architects, Benitz 

Block, cor Broadway and Tenth 

Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 

OAKLAND [ N ] DIRECTORY. 295 

Newsom J. J. (Newsom Bros) res S s East Seventeenth bet 

7th and 8th avs 
NEWSOM LAVENS M., proprietor Maple Leaf Nursery, 

151 Twelfth, E O, res SW cor 6th av and Sixteenth, E O 
Newsom S. (Newsom Bros) res S s East Seventeenth, bet 

7th and 8th avs 
Newsom Thomas, with Newsom Bros, res East Sixteenth nr 

6th av 
Newton Charles, res Lake Shore av nr Lake Merritt 
Newton Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Neylan James (Neylan & Young, S F) res S Eighth bet 

Union and Poplar, W O 
Neylan Joseph D., clerk (S F) res S s Eighth bet Union and 

Poplar, W O 
Nicholas Jose, clerk, res S s Twenty-seventh nr Grove 
NICHOLL BLOCK, NE cor Washington and Ninth 
Nichols Andrew S., resSW cor Thirteenth and West 
Nichols C, brakeman CPEE, res Oakland Wharf 
Nichols C. M., insurance surveyor, res Fruit Yale av 
Nichols G. W., carpenter, res 503 Eleventh 
Nichols Jesse C, apothecary with H. Bowman, res 1114 

Washington 
Nichols Joseph, laborer CPEE, res cor Twenty-seventh 

and Park 
Nichols Thomas E., student University 
Nicholson George J., gardener, res cor Grove and Elm 
Nicholson I. E., physician and surgeon, office and res 626 

Eighth 
Nicholson Joseph C, with Dickson, DeWolf & Co (S F) res 

954 West Twelfth 
Nicholson Thomas, teamster with E. Surryhne & Co., res 

foot Division, W O 



Maple Leaf Nursery. 

L, M. NEWSOM, Proprietor. 

South-east cor. East Twelfth aiid Third Avenue. 

EAST O^A.ICXi^-I^rnD- 



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296 OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 

Nicholson T. M., teamster, res foot Division, W O 

Nicholson Walter H., gtudent University 

Nickals William, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Twenty- 
third 

Nickerson Zenas E., bookkeeper (S F) res W s Willow nr 
Chase, W O 

Nickerson Zenas P., carpenter, res W s Willow nr Chase 

Nicol Peter, plumber, res N s Laurel nr San Pablo av 

Nicola E., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Nicoll P., plumber, E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third 

Nielsen Edward, bookkeeper (S F) res S s Logan nr Grove 

Niemann Robert, groceries and liquors, 560 Franklin 

Nightengale William, driver Broadway and Telegraph-av R 
R, res cor Forty-ninth and Telegraph av 

NIGHTINGILL A. E., publisher, res N s Sycamore nr San 
Pablo av 

Niswander J. S., miner, res SW cor William and Wood, W O 

Nithercott William, shipwright, res E s William nr Atlantic, 
WO 

Niver John D., watchman C P R R, res N s West Fifth bet 
Filbert and Linden 

NIXON ROBERT B. (Carmichael & Nixon) res S s Minna 
nr Telegraph av 

Noack Gustav A., cabinetmaker, res N s Nineteenth nr Mar- 
ket 

Noble A., watchman W D Co 

Noble E. G., engineer, res Seventh bet Adeline and Center 

NOBLETT ROBERT R. (McCleverty & Noblett) res 414 
Eighth 

Nolan Bernard, plasterer, res NW cor Third and Chestnut 

Nolan Bridget, widow, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 
15th av 

Nolan Cornelius, expressman, cor Eighth and Broadway, res 
N s Twenty-seventh nr West 

Nolan Dennis, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 15th av 

Nolan Dennis, blacksmith with T. D. Weymouth, res 730 
Adam, E 

Nolan James, engineer, res 663 Jefferson 

Nolan James, laborer, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 
loth avs 

Nolan Lawrence, harnessmaker (S F) res NW cor Grove and 
Pine, W O 

Nolan Mary, domestic, 1129 Myrtle 

Nolan Michael, laborer W D Co, res NW cor East Four- 
teenth and 15th av 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 297 

Nolan Michael, laborer C P II R, res Railroad Exchange 

Nolan Stephen, proprietor Belle View Nursery, S s Brown 
nr Telegraph av 

Nolan Timothy, truckman, res 709 Clay 

Nolan — Miss, teacher, res 569 Eighth 

Nolle Louis, paperhanger, res 668 Harrison 

Nolte Henry, real estate (S F) res 962 Clay 

Noona Martin, laborer, res N s Atlantic nr Cedar, W O 

Noonan Dennis, lather, res E s Linden bet Second and Third 

Norman George, painter, res Soracco House, W O 

Norman V., mechanic, res 607 Third 

Gorman William, laborer with Kunkel Bros 

Normandin Louis, driver San Pablo-av R R, res cor San 
Pablo av and Adeline 

Norris Elijah, res 775 Fourteenth 

Norris James C, res E s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 

Norris James H., bookkeeper Contra Costa Water Co., res 
1708 Clay, S F 

NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE 
CO., H. W. George agent, 1004 Broadway, rooms 8-9 

Northey & McGrath (V. S. Northey and James McGrath) 
carriage, wagon and agricultural implement manufac- 
turers, 801-803 East Twelfth 

Northey Y. S. (Northey & McGrath) res SE cor 11th av and 
East Fifteenth 

Northrup B. C, shipjoiner, res SW cor Atlantic and Camp- 
bell, W O 

Nourse George A. (Nourse & Phelps) atty-at-law (S F) res 
NW cor Oak and Fourteenth 

Nowsky Jacob, res E s Franklin nr Durant 

Noyes C. W., engineer C P R R, res Railroad Exchange 
Hotel 

Noyes John H., carpenter, res NE cor East Sixteenth and 
20th av 

Noyes William T., carpenter, res NE cor East Sixteenth and 
20th av 

Nugent Charles, clerk with William S. Searing, res 953 
■ Washington 

Nugent I., assistant rector Church of the Immaculate Con- 
ception, res 860 Seventh 

Nugent James, laborer W D Co 

Nunemacker Robert, gardener, res 301 Second 

Nusbaumer Emil, student University, res Humboldt Hotel 

Nye Stephen G., Judge County and Probate Court, res San 
Leandro 

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298 OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 

O 

O'Birne John, res 958 Third 

O'Birne Joseph, res 958 Third 

O'Brien Anna, widow, res 627 Filbert 

O'Brien Bridget, widow, res S s Goss bet Cedar and Pine, 

WO 
O'Brien James, laborer, res 368 First 
O'Brien John, calker W D Co, res N s Eighth bet Willow 

and Campbell, W O 
O'Brien John, laborer, res 417 Second 
O'Brien John, shoemaker with Joseph Green, res 671 Web- 
ster 
O'Brien John C, calker, res SW cor Fifth and Center 
O'Brien John E., car cleaner C P R R, res Seventh bet 

Cedar and Pine, W O 
O'Brien Kate, domestic, E s Telegraph av nr Evoy av 
O'Brien Michael, butcher with Prescott & Co., res Union 

Hotel, E O 
O'Brien Michael V., carpenter C P R R, res, Seventh bet 

Cedar and Pine, W O 
O'Brien Nellie Miss, res 627 Filbert 
O'Brien Nicholas, blacksmith with King & Williams, res 

Webster bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
O'Brien Timothy, clerk with J. McElroy, res 526 Seventh 
O'Brien William, clerk with Montgomery & Martin, res 

Oakland Point 
O'Brien W. J., car cleaner C P R R, res Seventh bet Cedar 

and Pine, W O 
O'Callaghan James, student University 
O'CONNELL & CO. (P. J. O'Connell and P. A. Murphy) 

dry and fancy goods, 1002 Broadway 
O'Connell Bridget Miss, res S s Sixteenth nr West 
O'Connell Hugh, laborer W D Co, res Central House 
O'Connell James, clerk, cor Forty-ninth and Telegraph av 
O'CONNELL JAMES, proprietor Central House, 415 

Seventh 
O'Connell John, laborer, res 810 Alice 
O'Connell Katie Miss, res 570 Eleventh 
O'Connell Patrick, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe 
O'Connell Patrick, laborer, res W s Lusk nr Evoy av 
O'Connell Peter, laborer W D Co, res Central House 
O'CONNELL P. J. (O'Connell & Co.) res 915 Grove 
O'Connell William, res 213 Sixth 
O'Conner Jerry, proprietor Oakland Stone Yard, SE cor 

Seventh and Castro, res Golden Star Hotel 



Try Stephen Smith's system of collecting Rents, 917 Broad-way 



J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 299 

O'Connor John, engineer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Campbell, W O 
O'Conner Julia, domestic, cor Chapel and University av, 

Berkeley 
O'Connor Margaret Mrs., res Kailroad av bet Campbell and 

Willow 
O'Connor Nora, chambermaid Union Hotel, E O 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer CPER, res 514 Seventh 
O'Dea Edmond, blacksmith with P. H. McGrew, res 1053 

Thirteenth av, E O 
O'Dea Daniel, laborer, res Peralta nr Twenty-Fourth 
O'Donnell Andrew, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
O'Donnell Margaret, domestic Blake House 
O'Donnell Margaret, chambermaid Central Pacific House 
O'Feeney Eugene, laborer, res S s Fifth bet Myrtle and 

Filbert 
O'Gara Thomas, foreman C PRE, res Chester bet Fifth 

and Seventh, W O 
O'Grady Thomas, live stock, res 1020 Twelfth 
O'Hallihan John, waiter The Centennial 
O'Hara Annie, domestic, W s Castro nr Sixteenth 
O'Hara Margaret, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
O'Here Bridget Mrs., res N s Eighth nr Kirkham, W O 
O'Keeffe Daniel, boot and shoemaker, shop and res 681 East 

Twelfth 
O'Laine X. F., pattern maker, res 1170 Sixteenth av, E 
O'Melveny Henry W., student University 
O'Neal Owen, laborer, res Union Hotel, E. O 
O'Neal Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
O'Neil Anna, domestic, NE cor Jackson and Fifteenth 
O'Neil Charles J., res 765 Clay 
O^Neil John T., res 1164 Sixteenth av, E O 
O'Neil Lizzie, domestic with J. H. Latham 
O'Neile Martin, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., res E s 

Chestnut nr First 
O'Neil Patrick (Kenney & O'Neil) res Mechanics' Hotel 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer Contra Costa Water Co 
O'Neill Catherine, domestic, 910 Myrtle 
O'Neill Edmund, student University 
O'Neill John, laborer, res E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

creek 
O'Neill John H., laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Filbert 
O'Neill William, Farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

creek 
O 'Regan Richard, stableman with A. W. May 
O'Reiley Maggie, domestic, cor Cary and Thirteenth 



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Wood-ward & Taggart, Agents for care of Property. 
300 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

O'Riley Michael, dealer in coal oil. res 730 Linden 

O'Shea J. J., gasfitting and plumbing, 1109 Broadway, res 
cor Laurel and San Pablo av 

O'Sullivan James, laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Second 

O'Sullivan Patrick, laborer with Shakespear & Walter, res 
419 Tenth 

O'Sullivan T. J., laborer Oakland Mills, res Overland House 

Oak Grove Tanner} 7 , J. S. Derby proprietor, 871 East 
Twelfth 

OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS (The) E. C. Sessions 
President) W. W. Camron Vice-President, Charles Rob- 
erts Cashier, 915 Broadway 

OAKLAND BILLIARD PARLOR, John Fennessy propri- 
etor, 863 Broadway 

OAKLAND BREWERY, Kramm & Dieves proprietors, cor 
Telegraph av and Durant 

Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R R, L. Wintringer 
superintendent, office and stables E s 6th av bet East 
Eleventh and East Twelfth 

OAKLAND BROOM FACTORY, H. Cordes proprietor, S 
s Sixth nr Broadway 

Oakland Carriage Manufactory, M. TV. Allen proprietor, SE 
cor Tenth and Franklin 

OAKLAND CITY DIRECTORY (Bishop's) W. B. Hardy 
agent, 959 Broadway 

OAKLAND CITY FLOURING MILLS, Babcock & Gould 
proprietors, 413-415 Third 

OAKLAND CITY WHARF, Win. Harwood wharfiinger, 
foot of Franklin and Webster 

OAKLAND DAILY EVENING TRIBUNE, Dewes & Gib- 
son publishers and proprietors, 911 Broadway 

OAKLAND DAILY NEWS (The) Oakland News Co. pub- 
lishers and proprietors, 460 Ninth 

OAKLAND DAILY TRANSCRDPT, Bishop & Powers pro- 
prietors and publishers, 911 Broadway 

OAKLAND FEED STORE AND COAL YARD, Cole & 
Ralston proprietors, 414-416 Ninth 

OAKLAND FURNITURE WAREROOMS, Christian 
Schreiber proprietor, 1105-1107 Broadway 

OAKLAND GAS CO., Van Leer Eastland superintendent, 
SE cor Second and Washington 

OAKLAND HIGH SCHOOL, J. B. McChesney principal, 
cor Market and Twelfth 

Oakland House, Wm. Reedy proprietor, 672 Broadway 

Oakland Iron Works, Ives Scoville & Co proprietors, 511- 
513 Second 

STEPHEN SMITH— for Choice City Lots— 917 Broadway. 



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THE OAKLAND 

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Wm. Power, Henry Rogers, A. W. Bowman, 

W. A. Aldrich, E. F. Northam. 

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Woodward & Taggart, Real Estate Auction House. 

302 OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 

OAKLAND JOURNAL (German weekly) Journal Co pub- 
lishers and proprietors, 911 Broadway 
OAKLAND LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY, Isabella Per- 
kins matron, Linden ay bet Broadway and Telegraph av 
Oakland Lumber Yard, Samuel Merritt proprietor, foot 

Washington 
Oakland News Co, J. C. Sullivan manager, publishers and 

proprietors The Oakland Daily News, 460 Ninth 
Oakland Paving Co, C. T. H. Palmer president, Union Bank 

building, room 6, stables cor Locust and Valley 
OAKLAND PIONEER STEAM DYEING WORKS, G. 

Bangod proprietor, N s Twelfth nr Webster 
OAKLAND PLANING MILL, Burnham, Standeford & Co 

proprietors, NW cor Washington and First 
OAKLAND POINT PLANING MILLS, Price & Moore 

proprietors, Oakland Point, W 
Oakland Stone Yard, Jerry O'Connor proprietor, SE cor 

Seventh and Castro 
OAKLAND TROTTING PARK, H. A. Randlett proprietor, 

W s San Pablo av, 2 miles NW City Hall 
OAKLAND WAREHOUSE, Gladding Bros, proprietors, 

NE cor First and Jefferson 
Obenauer G., tailor with S. Francis, res 172 Sixth 
Ober Worth, horse trainer, res E s San Pablo av. nr Adeline 
Obrock J. F., butcher with L. Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, SE cor East Twelfth and 

11th av 
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, NW cor Franklin and Eleventh 
Odell Charles E., bookkeeper Contra Costa Laundry, res 

Twelfth bet Kirkham and Center, W O 
Odell George E., carpenter, res 962 Clay 
Oderkirk John, carpenter with Carmichael & Nixon, res 

Pacific House 
Odlin Louis, laborer W D Co 
Oeffele William, bartender with David Wemmer, ' res 473 

Eighth 
Offo — , Chinese physician, 704 Broadway 
Ogilby Bobert E., instructor drawing University, res N s 

Seventeenth nr Grove 
Ohlig August, proprietor Hotel de France, 417 First 
Ohme Charles, carpenter, res S s Twenty-second nr Linden 
OLCESE FRANK, fruits and candies, 456 Seventh, res cor 

Seventh and Franklin 
OLD BLAISE HOUSE, Gillard & Philibert proprs, Twelfth 

opposite Lake Merritt 
Olds Emma, res 612 Fourth 

Insure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



All sizes Refrigerators and Ice Chests for sale at Gordon's. 
. OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 303 

Oleo Francisco, laborer, res W s Broadway nr Tcmescal 
Oling O. A., carpenter, res E s Pine nr Lincoln, W O, 
Oliver F. Mrs., res 804 Tenth 
Oliver Frank G., gardener with G. S. Dodge, res SW cor 

Eighth and Madison 
Oliver Harold G., solicitor Victor Sewing Machine Co., res 

E s 5th av bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
Oliver James M„ porter C P R K, res 271 Sixth 
Oliver Robert, stableman with Johnson & Downing, res 413 

Fourth 
Oliver Thomas, fisherman, res N s Bristol nr Seventh, W B 
OLLIS HENRY, carriage and wagon manufacturer, 1008 

Franklin, res 1010 Franklin 
Olmstead James M., lumber surveyor, res E s 10th av bet 

East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
OLMSTED & HOWE (S. P. Olmsted and Charles Howe) 

produce, poultry and vegetables, 5, 7 and 9 City Market 
Olmsted L. H. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 1228 Broadway 
Olmsted R. A., clerk with Olmsted & Howe, res 553 

Seventh 
OLMSTED S P. (Olmsted & Howe) res 553 Seventh 
Olney & Co. (James N. Olney and Charles C. Olney) real 

estate agents and auctioneers, 857 Broadway (and 219 

Sansome, S F) 
Olney Charles C. (Olney & Co.) res 1154 Alice 
Olney James N. (Olney & Co.) res Grand Central Hotel 
Olofson Peter, laborer, res W s 21st av bet East Twenty- 
fourth and East Twenty-Fifth 
Olsen Anthony, student University 
Olsen Andrew, machinist Pioneer Planing Mill, res cor 

Franklin and Third 
Olsen Christ, hostler with Cummings & Rowe, res NE cor 

Railroad av and Wood 
Olsen J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Olsen John, carpenter, res S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, 

WO 
Olsen John, carriage washer with Newland & Pumyea, res 

462 Seventh 
Olsen John, master schr Mary Gratwick, res 365 Fourth 
Olsen John P., restaurant, 907 Kearny (S F) res 722 Linden 
Olsen Trone, w r aiter Grand Central Restaurant, W O 
Olsen William, cooper, res cor Twenty-eighth and Magnolia 
Olsen — , laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Olson John, carpenter, res S s Twentieth nr Market 
Olson Nelson" laborer, res S s Twentieth nr Market 
Oneido Stephen, gardener, res cor Thirteenth and Wood 

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304 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Organ Thomas, carpenter, res Eland House 

Ormsby A. W., jeweler, res 663 Fifth 

Ormsby A. W., machinist Pioneer Planing Mills, res 663 
Fifth 

Ormsby C. W., carpenter % res E s Harrison bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Ormsby E. S., res E s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Orr John C, painter, res 715 Clay 

Ortman C. L. Mrs., res W s Broadway nr Twenty -first 

03born Harry, laborer with Gilardin Bros 

Osborn William, turner W D Co, res cor Cedar and Wil- 
liam, W O 

Osgood Ambrose, calker W D Co, res S s Railroad av bet 
Filbert and Linden 

Osgood Charles G., res W s Grove nr Brown 

Ott A. Mrs., widow, res 621 Third 

Ott Henry, machinehand Pioneer Planing Mills, res 621 Third 

Ott Henry jr., millhand Pioneer Planing Mills, res 621 Third 

Ottawa C. W., laborer, res 758 Franklin 

Otten C, merchant, res N s Twelfth nr Campbell 

Ottignon J. L., foreman Bowen Bros yeast powder, res 510 
Ninth 

Otto F. G., engineer, res S s William bet Wood and Pine, 
WO 

Otto Gus A., compositor Signs of the Times 

Otto Henry, waiter Eureka Hotel 

Oudet J., baker with J. Mallet, res 617 Broadway 

Ough John, carpenter, res 1171 Sixteenth av, E O 

OUGH JOSEPH (Purington & Ough) res SE cor East 
Twelfth and 11th av 

OUGH RICHARD (Power & Ough) res SE cor East Seven- 
teenth and 4th av 

OUTRAM D. J. (Holcomb & Outram) res 859 Harrison 

Overacker Charles B., student University 

OVERLAND HOUSE, James R. Smith proprietor, NW cor 
Broadway and First 

Overland Oyster House, R. Calhourn, proprietor, NW cor 
First and AY ebster 

Owen Charles W., fancy goods, 1733 Railroad av, res S s 
Third bet Alice and Jackson 

Owen Frank D., clerk with J. W. Tucker, res 1760 Rail- 
road av 

Owen N. J., clerk (S F) res W s Center opp Tenth, W O 

Owen Robert, conductor C P R R, res Railroad av nr Oak, 
Alameda 

Owens — , res S s East Seventeenth bet 8th and 9th avs 



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capitals, rules of punctuation, folding, addressing, etc. 

BUSINESS FORMS— Such as Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, Accounts Current, Account 
Sales, Articles of Co-partnership, Deeds, Leases, etc. 

ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE— In Wholesale and Retail Merchandising, Importing and 
Jobbing, Commission and Forwarding, Banking, etc., etc. 

COMMERCIAL LAW— Relating to Negotiable Paper, Contracts, Partnerships, etc. 

BUSINESS CUSTOMS and HABITS— Lectures and practical instruction on the habitudes 
and customs of business, etc. 

LECTURES and ORAL INSTRUCTION— On Commercial Geography, Political Economy, 
and General Business subjects. 



RATES OP TUITION— Payable In advance. 
SCHOLARSHIP for the full Business Course as above explained, time unlimited, 



$70 



PARTIAL COURSE. 



Three Months, Day Sessions, 
One Month, " 



- $50 
20 



Three Months, Evening Sessions, 
One Month, 



$25 
10 



ACADEMICAL COURSE. 



This department is designed for imparting to persons of any age thorough instruction in the ordi- 
nary English branches, such as Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Grammar, Composition, 
Letter Writing, History, etc., and the general Mathematical branches, such as higher Arithmetic, 
Algebra, Geometry, Mensuration, Surveying, Civil Engineering, Navigation, etc. 
Rates of Tuition : One Month, §12 ; Three Months, $30. 

COMBINED COURSE. 

It is frequently desirable for students pursuing the regular Business Course to combine with it 
Spelling and English Grammar, or some other studies of the Academical Course Where the 
studies of the two courses are combined, the charge per term of six months, payable in advance, 

SPECIAL BRANCHES. 

Persons desiring to study only some particular branch, as Business or Ornamental Penmanship, 
Arithmetic, etc.. can enter the College for such branch upon very reasonable terms. 

TELEGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT. 

The course in this department includes everything that will make students proficient in the Art of 
Telegraphy— sound and paper operating, setting-up of instruments, management of batteries, use of 
switches aud ground wires, etc. The facilities are such as will enable ladies and gentlemen to learn 
Telegraphy, practically and thoroughly, in the shortest possible time. 

Rates of Tuition : Three months, $25 ; Six months, !>40. 
Students of the Commercial or Academical Departments will be charged the following rates : 
Three months, $15 ; Six months, $25. 



HO VACATIONS. DAY AND EVENING- SESSIONS DURING THE ENTIRE YEAR. 



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No. 320 Post Street, San Francisco. 
THE LEADING COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ON THE COAST! 

Elegant Ilalln; New Furniture; Thorough Instruction; Practical 

Teachers; Perfect Discipline; Large Sumber of Students; 

High Standing with the Public. 

This is the oldest College in San Francisco that makes a Business Education its distinct and 
separate specialty. Its graduates who hold lucrative and responsible positions are more numer- 
ous than those from all the other Business Colleges on the Coast. It is the only College that 
issues Life Scholarships for a full Business Course. It is centrally located, on Post Street, 
opposite Union Square, in one of the most quiet and pleasant situations in the city. It lias 
the most commodious and elegantly furnished halls, and the most complete system of actual 
business training. 

YOUNG AND MIDDLE-ACED MEN, 

Wishing to prepare themselves for the practical duties of life, at the least expense of time and 
money will find this the best school. Students learn just what they need to insure success. 
A Diploma from this College is of great value to a .young man in gaming a foothold in business. 
No voung or middle-aged man is now considered fully qualified for the active duties of life, and 
the demands of business, unless he enjoys the advantages of a thorough commercial education. 
A course of commercial training is no less important to the mechanic, the farmer and the 
manufacturer, than to the merchant and banker. 

THE BUSINESS COURSE. 

The Business Course is far more thorough and extensive than that of any other Business Col- 
lege Our practical system of Actual Business Teaching is the best ever introduced into any 
school It combines THEQRY AND p RACT|CE 

In such a manner as to make each an essential help to the other, and the School-room and 
Counting-room are united upon a plan that secures to the student all the practical advantages of 
each There is in active operation a Banking House with Checks, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, 
Certificates of Deposit, etc., fuly illustrating the Banking business. 

The student Buys, Sella, Ships, Barters, Consigns. Viscounts, Insures, Draws Checks, Notes and 
Drafts Gives Leases, Deeds, etc., and goes through the entire routine of actual business, rle be- 
comes acquainted with changing books from Single to Double Entry, and vice versa ; and also witn 
Joint Stock and Partnership Books, and every style and form of book-keeping practiced .in well- 
regulated Business Houses. By this system the student receives, while in the school, the same 
practice in conducting business affairs that he would in a bona Jide Bank, Office, or Counting-house. 
Each student receives individual attention from the teachers, and can thus advance as rapidly as nis 
ability will permit. 

SPECIAL INFORMATION. 

Time of Entering— There are no term divisions and no vacations. Students can enter at 
any time during the year with equal advantage. 

Qualifications for Entering.— A fair knowledge of the common English branches is all 
that is required to commence the Business Course, though the better the educational foundation a 
student has the more rapid and successful his progress. Students not sufficiently advanced to 
commence the Business Course, can make arrangements to receive the necessary preparatory in- 
struction in the Academical Department. 

School Hours.— Day Sessions are from 9 to 12 A. M. and from 1 to 4 P. M. Evening Sessions 
are from 7 to 9 during the entire year. 

Discipline -The discipline of all the departments is very strict ; the student is required to be 
regular in attendance, earnest in his application to study, and kind, courteous and dignified in His 
deportment to teachers and associate students. 

Visitors —Visitors are always welcome— and especially the parents and friends of students 
and the friends of education. The best time, usually, to see the working of the different depart- 
ments, is from 10 to 12 A. M., but there is no hour during the daily exercises when visitors will 
not receive proper attention. 

THE PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE REVIEW, 

Published by the College, contains full particulars regarding the Courses of Instruction, Expenses 
etc ; also a large amount of interesting reading. It may be had, free of charge, either at the College 
office, 320 Post Street, opposite Union Square, or by addressing 

PACIFIC BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 306 

Owens Ellen, domestic, NW cor Tenth and Madison 

Owens John, patternmaker, res 859 Castro 

Owens Maggie, domestic, 824 Jackson 

Owens Maggie, domestic, 624 Twelfth 

Owens Margaret, res 714 Broadway 

Owens Sallie, domestic, cor Broadway and Merrimac 

Owens Stephen, carpenter, res Central Pacific Railroad 
House, W O 

Owens "William W., carpenter, res E s 5th av bet East Fif- 
teenth and East Sixteenth 

Oxford S. C. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 627 Tenth 

Oyarzo Manuel Mrs., res 270 Fifth 



PACIFIC CLEANSING WORKS, Torrey & Bugbee pro- 
prietors, foot Railroad av; W O 
Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., Leopold Cahn president, 

Philip Susmann secretary, cor 2d av and East Tenth 
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Sacramento, Homer A. 

Craig agent, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 
PACIFIC POTTERY (Sacramento, Cal.) W. H. Parkinson 

agent, NE cor Tenth and Franklin 
PACIFIC SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST PUBLISHING 

ASSOCIATION, J. N. Loughborough president, A. M. 

Loughborough secretary, L. M. Hall treasurer, office 

W s Castro bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Pacific Stone Co., F. Chappellet agent, S s Seventh nr Wash- 
ington 
PACKARD CHARLES (W. C. Mason & Co.) res 5th avbet 

East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Packard E. H., machine hand W J) Co 
Packer Warren, res 522 East Fourteenth 
Paddack George, clerk with R. Horton, res 667 Sixth 
Paddack George Mrs., res 667 Sixth 
Paddock H. L., fruits and country produce, 712 Broadway, 

res 362 Third 
PAGE FRANCIS S., real estate, insurance and money 

broker, 1007 Broadway, res 122 Eleventh 
Page Frederick, painter, res S s Twenty-fourth bet Valley 

and Broadway 
Page J. H., res W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Page Jonathan, foreman blacksmith C P R R, res Wood bet 

Chase and Taylor, W O 
Page — Mrs., res 1179 Sixteenth av, E O 

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Buy your HOMESTEADS of Woodward & Taggart. 



306 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Pagge & Malacame (P. Pagge and B. Maiacarne) proprietors 

Barnuni's Kestaurant, SE cor Broadway and Seventh 
Pagge P. (Pagge & Maiacarne) res SE cor Broadway and 

Seventh 
Pagnum John, teamster, res S s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 
oq Paker Gershon, truckman, res 757 Jefferson 
c§ Pakery Eugene, ironer Berkeley Laundry 
3 PALACE CANDY STORE, J. H. Bacon proprietor, 965 
■g Broadway 

§ PALACE HORSESHOEING SHOP, Adam Follrath propri- 
,23 etor, N s Twelfth bet Harrisou and Alice 

"5 Palen Albert, truckman, res 314 Third 

«T Pallies Alexander, commission merchant (S F) res SE cor 
c Telegraph av and Merrimac 

^ Palm Cyrus, res 259 Fourth 

Palmer A. S. Mrs., res N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Palmer A. W., harnessmaker with F. A. Marston, res 253 

Eighth 
Palmer C. C, commission merchant, res 263 Alice 
Palmer Charles E., County Treasurer and ex-officio County 
Tax Collector, office Court House, room 2, res San Le- 
andro 
Palmer C. T. H., president Oakland Paving Co., Union Bank 

building, room 6, res NE cor Twelfth and Myrtle 
Palmer Frank L., sec San Joaquin and Kings River Canal 

Sand Irrigation Co (S F) res N s Sycamore nr Grove 
PALMER HENRY A., cashier Union National Gold Bank, 

res 1102 Myrtle 
Palmer James, lumber surveyor, res S s Lincoln nr Willow, 

WO 
H Palmer J. B. Mrs., res 960 Eighth 
P Palmer Warren S., student University 
Pantoskey H., furniture, 711 Broadway 
Papworth Alonzo, laborer, res S s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Para Jose, laborer with Freeman & Jaffe 
PARDEE E. H, Mayor, and physician, 737 Clay (S F) res 

NE cor Eleventh and Castro 
Pardee George C, student University 
Pardon Albert, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 

av and Lusk 
Paris Charles, res S s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Parisan A., with Contra Costa Laundry 
Parish Charles L., builder, res N s Twenty-first nr Adeline 
Parish W. H., machine hand Oakland Planing Mill 
Park CO., painter, res E s Wood bet Atlantic and William 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Gordons' wagons supply families in Oakland, BerkelyA Alameda 



OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 307 



PARK HOUSE, Henry Pine proprietor, N s University av 
nr Third, W O 

Park Thomas E., plasterer, res Evoy av nr Telegraph av o 

Parker Anthony, sexton Church of the Immaculate Concep- S" 
tion, res 860 Seventh 

Parker Edward A., instructor Physics and Mechanics, Uni- 
versity, Berkeley 

Parker E. P., clerk with Parker & Barrett (S F) res W s 
Madison nr Fifteenth . 

Parker G. A., res Tubb's Hotel 

Parker George J., painter, res 159 Seventh 

Parker H. V., carpenter, res S s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 

Parker Leonidas, farmer, res cor 13th av and East Thirty- 
third, Lynn 

Parker Sarah Miss, res 516 Ninth 

Parker William C. (Parker & Barrett, S F) res W s Madison 
nr Fifteenth 

Parkin Thomas, carpenter, res SW cor William and Pine, 
WO 

Parkinson William F., bookkeeper with W. H. Parkinson, 
res 627 Tenth 

PARKINSON W. H., agent Pacific Pottery and dealer in 
fire-brick, plaster decorations, sewer pipe and flower 
pots, NE cor Franklin and Tenth, res 627 Tenth 

Parks Frank, porter with P. Schreiber, res Ninth bet Broad- 
way and Washington 

Parks J. Lewis Bev., rector St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 
res SW cor Telegraph av and Delger 

PARMELAND F., restaurant, 839 Broadway 

Parratt Frederick (Parratt, Arrowsmith & Co. S F) res S s 
Nineteenth nr Telegraph av 

Parrish William H., res 171 Third 

Parrott John W., shipwright W D Co, res Bailroad Ex- 
change, WO ' (D 

Parry Charles, engineer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 612 
Second 

Parry George, clerk U. S. Mint (S F) res 832 Market 

Parry James, shipwright, res 724 Myrtle 

Parsley William, bartender with John Terney, res 1015 
Washington 

Parsons Allen S., scroll sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 
cor Twenty-eighth and Linden 

PARSONS EDWARD, groceries and liquors, SE cor Fourth 
and Franklin and NE cor Second and Franklin, res NE 
cor Second and Franklin 

Parsons George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 



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Woodward & Taggart have Farms and Ranches for Sale. 
308 OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 

Parsons George W., farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

creek 
Parsons J. T. Harper, chainman with W. F. Boardman, res 

NW cor 8th av and East Sixteenth 
Parsons L. N., carpenter, res 324 Sixth 
Parsons N. F., carpenter, res N s Third bet Castro and 

Brnsh 
Parsons S., res 921 Broadway 

Parsons Samuel, res N s East Sixteenth bet 7th and 8th avs 
Parsons Samuel S., restaurant, CPKE wharf 
Parsons S. H. Mrs., res 924 Filbert 
Parsons William H., accountant (S F) res 11 Pine, W O 
Parsonsi William W., carpenter, res E s San Pablo av nr 

Temescal creek 
Parsons W. S., capitalist, res Union Hotel, E O 
PARTENSCKY CHARLES, proprietor Berkeley Laundry, 

N s Twelfth nr Kirkham, W 
Partridge A. P., carpenter W D Co, res Ninth bet Center 

and Cypress 
Partridge Edward B., bookkeeper, res 810 Filbert 
Partridge P. P., painter, res E s Adeline nr Sixteenth 
Partridge William H., fireman C P E R, res NE cor Taylor 

and Pine, W O 
Pasquier Adolph, gardener, cor Moss and Telegraph av 
Pateneaude Hippolyte, teamster with Remillard & Bros. 
Patie Bernard, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Patrick Susie Miss, res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Patrick Theodore J., compositor West Oakland Press, res 

Bartlett House 
Patronak Frederick, butcher, res cor Grove and Elm 
Patrone Lorenzo, gardener, res cor Thirteenth and Wood, 

WO 
Patten Frank, plumber (S F) res W s Market nr Eighteenth 
Patten James R., res 807 Harrison 
Patten John, laborer W D Co, res N s William bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Patten P. G. Mrs., res W s Market nr Eighteenth 
Patten R. F., res SE cor 7th av and East Eleventh 
Patten William, res SE cor 7th av and East Eleventh 
Patterson Charles, laborer with T. W. Corder, res Fruit 

Vale 
Patterson William F., paper hanger with Farwell & Gar- 

rigan, res 764 Brush 
Patterson — , widow, res 764 Brush 
Pattiani A. W, clerk with Woodward & Taggart, res NE cor 

Grove and Thirteenth 

Insure your Houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



J. S. G. Gordon is the pioneer Ice man, 469 Ninth st., Oakland 



OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 309 

Pattiani Fred., clerk, res 626 Thirteenth 

Patton Frederick E., secretary Trust Fund Insurance Co., 
res 1114 "Washington 

Patton W. H., civil engineer, res TV s Alice bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Patzer Antonio, Vienna Chemical Steam Dyeing Works, 834 
Broadway 

Patzer August, dyer with Antonio Patzer, res 834 Broadway 

Patzer August jr., dyer with Antonio Patzer, res 834 Broad- 
way 

Pauch Herman, cook Soracco House, TV O 

PAUL & REIER (John A. Paul and George Keier) Amer- 
ican Bakery, 815 Broadway 

Paul A. S. Mrs., private school, res 215 Twelfth 

Paul C, tinsmith, E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third 

Paul Irene, res TV s Center nr Fifth 

PAUL JOHN A. (Paul & Reier and Heyer & Paul) res 1059 
Franklin 

Paul John H., upholsterer with E. Hook, res 1059 Franklin 

Paul Joseph J., assayer U S Mint (S F) res 215 Twelfth 

Paul P. L., driver with Paul & Reier, res 1059 Franklin 

Pauletti Charles, saloon and restaurant, University av nr 
Humboldt av, Berkeley 

Pauls Christian H., cook and res Park House, TV B 

Paulsen Cecelia, ironer Berkeley Laundry 

Paulsen Ellen, ironer Berkeley Laundry 

PAYNE E B. Rev., pastor First Congregational Church, 
res N s D wight way nr Telegraph av, B 

Payzant William, agent with J. B. Ford & Co., N T, res Es 
Broadway nr Twentieth 

Peabody W. B., carpenter, res S s Delaware nr Tenth, WB 

Peacock Robert, laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor Sec- 
ond and Madison 

Pearce Richard Mrs., res 969 Jefferson 

Pearce Webb N., student University 

Pearson & Curtis (Charles E. Pearson and J. W. Curtis) 
cigars and Tobacco, 849 Broadway 

Pearson George W., student University 

Pearson J. A., bricklayer, res N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph 
av 

Pearson John W., stocks (S F) res N s Seward nr Willow, 
WO 

Pease L. W., carpenter, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 

Pebbles Frank M. (Jenks & Pebbles, S F) res The Centen- 
nial , 



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Woodward & Taggart — Homes on the Installment plan. 
310 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Pechi Thomas, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Peck & Hall (Chauncy A. Peck and Sether J. Hall) grocer- 
ies and general merchandize, E s Chapel nr Bancroft 

way, Berkeley 
Peck Anna, domestic, 916 Myrtle 
Peck Chauncy A. (Peck & Hall) and agents Fireman's Fund 

Ins Co, res E s Chapel nr Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Peck E. T., bookkeeper Tubbs' Hotel 
Peck Frank J., res S s Fifth bet Chester and Henry 
Peck Fr.mk J. Mrs., dressmaker, res S s Fifth bet Chester 

and Henry 
Peck Harriet Mrs., res S s Fifth bet Chester and Henry 
Peck James R., drayman, res SE cor 5th av and East Six- 
teenth 
Peck W. F., spirit medium, res cor Grove and Thirty-ninth 
Pecker Jos., ^shoemaker, res cor East Twentieth and 13th av 
Peckham A. E. (Whittier & Peckham) res 516 Seventh 
Peckham CO., laborer, res 516 Seventh 
Peckinpah A. R., teamster, res 171 Eighth 
Peckinpah Nellie Mrs., res 847 Brush 
Peiser Theodore, photograph printer with Bluett & Fardon, 

res 355J Clementina (S F) 
Peladean William, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Temes- 

cal Creek 
Pelham M. E. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res W s 9th 

av bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth, E O 
Pelkey J. H., brakeman CPEK 

Pelletier Henry, car inspector CPE B, res 853 Franklin 
Pellington Thomas, real estate agent, res 366 Fifth 
Pelouze Hall, W. S. Pelouze proprietor, S s Railroad av bet 

Wood and Pine, W 
Pelouze William S., real estate, res S s Railroad av bet 

Wood and Pine, W O 
PENDERY N. S., physician and surgeon, office Russell 

House, rooms 15-16 
Pendleton Gilbert A., agent C P R R, Broadway wharf, res 

cor Webster and Franklin 
Pennie James, with Contra Costa Laundry 
PENNSYLVANIA FIRE INSURANCE CO., Stephen 

Smith agent, 917 Broadway 
Pennypacker Joseph J., pressman Transcript, res 910 Clay 
Penning H., laborer, WDCo 

Penoyer John W., agent Guittard & Co. (SF) res 625 Third 
Pen well Jesse S., student University 
Pen well M. A. Mrs., res E s Telegraph av nr Bancroft way, 

Berkeley 

Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



Drink Napa Soda'and enjoy life and health. Agency, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 311 

Penwell Samuell A., res cor Bristol and Sixth, W B 
People's Express, George F. Crowell secretary, A. D. Whit- 
ney manager, 857 Broadway 
People's Express, Steere & Colby agents, SE cor 13th av 

and East Twelfth 
Peralta E. G. Mrs., res "W s Telegraph av nr Temescal 
Peralta Fernando, res Fruit Vale av 
Peralta School, William C. Dodge principal, E s Telegraph 

av 1 mile south University 
Peralta Victoria D. Mrs., res N s Brown nr West 
Percival George, gardener, NW cor Tenth and Clay 
Percy James, mining, res 508 Eighth 
Percy Samuel, farmer, res W s Andover nr College av 
Perdue T., boot and shoemaker, S s Railroad av bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
Pereau E. A. Mrs., res Seventh bet Union and Adeline 
Pereau Earl, carpenter W D Co 
Pereau H. J., cleaner C P B B 
Pereau Joseph L., brakeman C PER, res Seventh bet 

Union and Adeline 
Pereau W. E., sash and blindmaker, res Seventh bet Union 

Adeline 
Peres Louis, live stock, res N s Fourteenth nr Myrtle 
Peret Anton, cook with Pagge & Malacarne 
Perham John, farmer, res S s East Thirty-second nr 13th av, 

Lynn 
Perm John, laborer Shell Mound Park 
Perine N. P., Frear Stone manufacturer (S F) res N s East 

Fourteenth nr 32d av, Fruit Yale 
Perkins Albert L., bookkeeper (S F) res SE cor Eleventh 

and Brush 
Perkins Annie M., furnished rooms, res 563 Fifth 
Perkins Emma, domestic, 669 Eighth 
Perkins Isabella, matron Oakland Ladies Belief Society 
Perkins J. A., statistician Custom House (S F) res 811 

Brush 
Perkins J J., real estate agent, res 955 Third 
Perkins Joseph (E. C. Kirby & Co., S F) res the Cen- 
tennial 
Permien F. W., master mariner, res W s Linden nr Tenth 
Perret E., with French Laundry, 510 Second 
Perrin A. Mrs., hairwork, 325 Twelfth, res Central Pacific 

House 
Perrin Samuel, watchman C P E E, res Center bet Fourth 

and Fifth, W O 
Perrine Abbie, domestic, 706 Thirteenth 



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312 OAKLAND [ P] DIRECTORY. 

Perrine Morris, laundryinan Contra Costa Laundry 
Perry James A., contractor and builder, res 352 East Four- 
teenth 
Perry John F., res N s Lincoln nr Wood, W O 
Perry John H., painter, res 367 Eighth 
Perry J. W. S. (T. J. McDaniels & Co.) res West Oakland 

House 
Perry Leander H., driver with J. I. Blevin 
Perry S. A. & Co. (S. A. Perry) news dealer, books, sta- 
tioner and manufacturer picture frames, 843 Broadway 
Perry Samuel A. (S. A. Perry & Co.) res 856 Harrison 
Perry William J, painter, res 364 Fourth 
Persing Georgia Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

959 Washington 
PERU WILLIAM (Metzler & Peru) res 308 Dupont (S F) 
PETAR CHARLES (Ghirardelli & Petar) res 1013 Webster 
Peter Joseph, laborer C P B B, res 21st av nr East Eour- 

teenth 
Peters Elizabeth Mrs., res 216 Eighth 
Peters Maggie, nurse, res W s Adeline nr Tenth, W O 
Peters W. B. Mrs., res SW cor Fifth and Oak 
Peters William, master mariner, res 969 Grove 
PETERSEN & CO. (F. Petersen and A. Basmussen) pro- 
prietors Cosmopolitan Bestaurant, 861 Broadway 
PETERSEN FRED (Petersen & Co.) res 851 Franklin 
Petersen Peter, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe 
Peterson Alexander, laborer, res* W s San Pablo av nr Te- 

mescal creek 
Peterson Amelia Mrs., res 809 Jackson 
Peterson August, wagon maker, cor University and San 

Pablo avs, W B 
Peterson Henry, master bark Montana, res W s 9th av bet 

East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Peterson Henry, laborer, res W s Channing way nr Hum- 
boldt av, Berkeley 
Peterson Henry F., collector Oakland Library, res N s Fif- 
teenth nr Jefferson 
Peterson I. M., piledriver C P B B, res Bailroad Exchange. 

WO 
Peterson John, tinner, res cor Thirty-second and Peralta 
Peterson John, whitener, res cor Poplar and Twenty-fourth 
Peterson Lewis, groceries, store and res 1017 Third 
Peterson Nicholas, hostler with Cummings & Bowe, res NE 

cor Bailroad av and Wood 
Peterson Peter, gardener, 1109 Clay 
Peterson Peter, laborer, res 514 East Fifteenth 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Drink Napa Soda, a pure natural Mineral Water. Gordon, Agt 



OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 313 

Peterson William, turner Grove-st Planing Mill, res 659 
Grove 

Pett David, laborer, res S s Third nr Henry 

Pettigrew James, butcher with E. Murphy, res N s Railroad 
av bet Pine and dedar, W O 

Pettigrew W. J., clerk (S F) res S s Thirteenth nr Castro 

Pettigrove Joshua, carpenter, res cor Twenty-sixth and 
Grove 

Pettit H. M. Mrs., res 671 Tenth 

Pfeister Julian, groceries and liquors, store and res cor Ade- 
line and San Pablo ay 

Pfenninger H., res cor Twenty-second av and East Twelfth 

Pfister Eoget, confectioner, 1065 Broadway 

Pharo Joseph, engineer CPEE, res 461 Sixth 

Pheby Thomas B., res W s Alice bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Phelan Mary, widow, res N s Forty -sixth nr Telegraph av 

Phelan M. J., engraver (S F) res N s Forty-sixth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Phelan Thomas, teamster with Weston & Welch, res NE cor 
East Eleventh and Thirteenth 

Phelan William S., real estate agent, res SW cor Twelfth 
and Castro 

Phelps Carrie Miss, res SE cor Twenty-fourth and San 
Pablo av 

Phelps C. B., res N s Brown nr Grove 

Phelps C. W. (Phelps & Wetmore, S F) res The Centennial 

Phelps Enon G., live stock, res 919 Myrtle 

Phelps George, telegraph operator, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Phelps George H., res 215 Ninth 

Phelps Henry, merchant, res 919 Myrtle 

Phelps William H., student Universiry 

Phenneger B. M., carpenter, res 758 Fifth 

PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANT, C. G. A. Mathews pro- 
prietor, 1022 Broadway 

Philbrick B. F., clerk Contra Costa Laundry, res NW cor 
Fourteenth and Peralta 

PHTT.TRERT EMDLE (Gillard & Philibert) res Old Blaise 
House 

Phillips B. E., carpenter Grove-st Planing Mill, res 659 
Grove 

Phillips D. T., atty-at-law, res E s Valley bet Twenty-third 
and Twenty-fourth 

Phillips Henry, carpenter, res Soracco House, W O 

Phillips James, calker W D Co 

Phillips James, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res Willow 
nr Lincoln, W O 



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314 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Phillips James M., instructor Hebrew and Ancient History 
University 

Phillips Jane Mrs., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Phillips J. W., res SW cor East Tenth and 6th av, E O 

Phillips Thaddeus, porter C P E E 

Phillips Thomas T., butcher, S s Seventh bet Market and 
Myrtle 

Phinny Joseph M., carpenter, res 327 Eleventh 

PHCENIX INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD, B.C. Dick 
agent, 1004 Broadway 

Piche Medor, harnessmaker, S s Eailroad av bet Willow and 
and Wood 

Pichler Chris., wines and liquors, 473 Ninth 

Pichler V. B., bartender with E. F. Thayer, res 470 Eighth 

Pickett A. M. Mrs., res N s Fifteenth bet clay and Jefferson 

Pierce Alfred D., artesian well borer, res N s William bet 
Wood and Pine, W O 

Pierce Charles B., carpenter, res S s William bet Wood and 
Willow, W O 

Pierce Harry H., printer with Butler & Bowman, res cor 
Twelfth and Broadway 

Pierce James E., carpenter, res SW cor Willow and Atlan- 
tic, W O 

Pierce S. Henry, res 1017 Ninth av, E O 

Pierson Cascius, clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros, res Sev- 
enth bet Washington and Clay 

Pierson Charles K., delivery clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co, 
res 1061 Clay 

Pierson George, mining, res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 

Pierson J., carpenter, res N s Eighteenth nr West 

Pierson Thomas, watchmaker California Watch Co, res Wil- 
low Park, W B 

Pietro Boscocie, laimdryrnan Contra Costa Laundry 

Pike S. B., insurance agent (S F) res NW cor Tenth and 
Poplar, W O 

Pimentel Francisco C, res NW cor Atlantic and Campbell, 
WO 

Pinckney John H., clerk with J. B. Hobarf, res 628 East 
Twelfth 

PINE HENRY, proprietor Park House, N s University av 
nr Third, W B 

Pine M. A. Mrs., res NW cor Seward and Peralta, W O 

Pink D. J., carpenter WD Co 

Pinkerton T. H., physician, office and res 570 Eleventh 

PINKHAM GEORGE, groceries and liquors, W s Telegraph 
av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 315 

Pinkhani George, plasterer, res 363 Ninth 
Pinkham George Mrs., dressmaker, res 363 Ninth 
Pinkham G. T., plasterer, res N s Durant bet Broadway and 

Franklin 
Pinkham Seth, res NE cor Fifteenth and Brush 
Pinkham "Willis, plasterer, res 503 Eleventh 
Pinkney John, res S s East Twenty-third bet 20th and 21st 

avs 
Pinkney Samuel, painter, res S s East Twenty-third bet 20th 

and 21st avs , 

Pinner Ruben E., clerk with Louis Marks, res SE cor Second 

and University av, "W B 
Pioda Paul, professor University, res N s University av, | 

mile from Telegraph av, W B 
PIONEER CARRIAGE FACTORY, Sohst Bros, proprietors, 

NE cor Eighth and Franklin 



J. E. Blethen. V. P. Terry. 

PIONEER 

PLANING MILLS 

Corner of Broadway and First Street, 
OAKLAND. 



BLETHEN & TEMMY, Proprietors. 



Doors, Sash, Blinds. Moldings, Frames, and every description of Mill Work 
on hand and niade to order. 

AULD & BARFRED, 

Dealers in school afld Miscellaneous 

lotto; and Stationery 

gOF ALL KINDS, 

"newspapers and periodicals, 
Gold Pens, Pocket Cutlery, Legal Blanks, Fancy Articles, etc, 

457 Ninth, near Postoffice, Oakland. 



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J. S. G. Gordon, wholesale and retail dealer in lee, 469 Ninth st. 



316 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

PIONEER COLLECTION OFFICE, A. C. Farno, 470 
Seventh 

PIONEER PLANING MILLS, Blethen k Terry proprietors, 
SW cor Broadway and First 

PIONEER POTTERY, Daniel Brannan proprietor, cor East 
Twelfth and 17th av, office 313 Battery, S F 

Piper Stephen, baggage master C P R R, res 906 Wash- 
ington 

Pitchford James, compositor Tribune, res Bartlett House 

Pitman John, shipwright W D Co, res Railroad Exchange, 
WO 

Pitman William, shipwright W D Co, res Soracco House 

Pixley A. E. Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, NWcor Sixteenth 
and San Pablo av 

Place J. F., merchant (S F) res 1019 Linden 

Plattanea Frank, res 830 Jefferson 

Playter E. W., hardware (S F) res 1167 Castro 

Plaza Livery and Sale Stable, Johnson & Downing pro- 
prietors, 413 Fourth 

PLOMTEAUX H. J., dentist, NE cor Broadway and Tenth, 
res N s Brown bet Market and West 

Plow, Hammer and Pen, A. E. Bedstone editor and pro- 
prietor, 461 Ninth 

Plow James, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Plummer Daniel, res 1067 Thirteenth av 

Plummer Henry, horse jockey, res Oakland Trotting Park 

Plummer James W., carpenter, res S s Seward bet Pine and 
Wood, W O 

PLUNKETT JAMES C, atty-at-law, 1055 Broadway, res 
SE cor Alice and Third 

Poindexter Robert W., clerk (S F) res 1010 West 

Poinsett William, farmer, res E s Shattuck nr University av, 
Berkeley 

POLICE COURT, A. H. Jayne, judge, office City Hall 

Pollard Charles H., accountant with A. C. Farno, res 467 
Tenth 

Pollot Thomas, painter, res Vernon av nr Maple 

Pomroy H. B., bookkeeper, res E s Webster bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Pomroy S. S., salesman, res 955 Railroad av 

Pond Henry M., student University 

Pool Spencer, res 518 Fifth 

Poor Daniel W. Rev., res E s Telegraph av bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 

Pope Charles H. Rev., pastor Second Congregational Church, 
res S s Ninth nr Chester, W O 



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North Side SEVENTH, bet, Broadway and Washington, 



NEAR R. R. STATION. 



The Success of my System of Collecting can be attested to 
by the following prominent firms: 



Oakland Bank of Savings, 
Shakespear & Walter, 
F. Chappelet, 
A. Landon, 



Sarpy, Barstow & Co., 
Kreyenhagen & Co., 
J. M. Miner, 
Babcoek & Gould. 



My charge is 10 per cent, on Collections made 
without suit, 'and 20 per cent, when suit is neces- 
sary. 



hours, 7 A. M. to 7 JP> M. 



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318 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Pope Nathaniel, mining, res SW cor Nineteenth and Tele- 
graph av 

Pope T. E., bookkeeper (SF) res E s Chester bet Ninth and 
Tenth, W O 

Poppe Kobert A., student University 

Porrore Juan, laborer, res one-half mile north from Temescal 

Porte Peter, carpenter, res NE cor Taylor and Wood, W O 

Porter Annie, res W s Harrison bet Third and Fourth 

Porter Herbert D., salesman with C. R. Lewis & Co. 

Porter H. Miriam Miss, student University 

Porter James J., license collector, 5 City Hall, res S s Sev- 
enteenth nr Jefferson 

PORTER JAMES R., dentist, (successor to Chester Heath) 
1068 Broadway, rooms 3-5 

Portman Charles, painter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Posey T. R., manager Cal Fire and Water Proof Paint Co, 
956 Broadway, res SW cor Grove and Walton 

Post Arthur H., res 412 Fourteenth 

Post C. B., res SE cor Sixth and Brush 

Post Hannah H. Mrs., res S s Caledonia av nr Telegraph av 

POST OFFICE, John Eliot Benton post-master, 465 Ninth 
— (Brooklyn) Thomas Steere, postmaster, cor East 
Twelfth and 13th av— (West Oakland) H. T. Baker, 
postmaster, Railroad av, bet Wood and Pine 

POST OFFICE (Berkeley) Frank J. Adams post-master, 
W s Telegraph av nr Fifty-first, Temescal 

POST OFFICE RESTAURANT, J. Marquis proprietor, 
459 Ninth 

Postlethwaite Hartley, blacksmith with Benj. Kneale, res 
cor Sycamore and San Pablo av 

Potter Charles, Mrs., res Ns Seventeenth opposite Jefferson 

Potter E. E., insurance agent, res 272 Eleventh 

Potter Ellie Miss, teacher music, res S s Fifteenth East Mar- 
ket 

Potter George C, civil engineer, res junction San Pablo and 
Telegraph avs 

Potter George Hiram, traveling agent, res N s Edward nr 
Telegraph av 

Potter Henry, photographer (S F) res Alta House 

Potter John, res 517 Third 

Potter — , carpenter CPEE, res S s Chase nr Willow, W 

Poulter Sarah Miss, res 1110 Myrtle 

POUND CITY, George Taylor master, office cor Twenty- 
eighth and Market 

POUNSTONE ALVIN L., correspondent, res Wilcox 
House, room 6 

Insure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



Best Ice Cream Freezers at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 319 

Powell Howell A., atty-at-law (S F) res Blake House 

Powell William, res Soracco House, W O 

Powell William, painter with C. B. Rutherford 

Powell William B., surveyor with City Engineer, res Alta 

House 
Powell William W., porter CPEK, res 157 Sixth 
POWER & OUGH (William Power and Richard Ough) 

proprietors Brooklyn Planing Mills, cor 14th av and 

East Fourteenth 
Power David, laborer, res cor Maple and Vernon av 
Power George, machinist, res Humboldt Hotel 
Power John S., dry goods, res 740 Myrtle 
Power Richard B., bookkeeper with J. J. O'Shea, res 

Orleans Hotel 
POWER WILLIAM (Power & Ough) res SE cor East 

Seventeenth and 4th av 
Powers Annie, domestic, Blake House 
Powers Charles, butcher, res 813 East Twelfth 
Powers Charles, plumber with J. H. Howard, res East 

Twelfth bet 15th and 16th avs 
Powers Daniel N., dentist, 463 Tenth 
Powers Katie Miss, dressmaker, res Taylor nr Pine, W O 
Powers Oliver P., boarding, 323 Eleventh 
Powers R., baker with Wise & Umlauff, res 707 Broadway 
Poyzer William R., student University 
Prather Samuel D., clerk with W. & M. Everson, res NW 

Seventh and Washington 
Prather Thomas, messenger Union National Gold Bank 
Pratt D. W., deputy County Clerk, res 662 Eleventh 
Pratt Henry L., driver with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res 521 

Fourth 
Pratt Horace, pedlar, res cor Twenty-sixth and San Pablo av 
Pratt Horace G., manager Diamond Printing Co., NW cor 

Broadway and Twelfth, res N s Sixteenth nr Center, W O 
Pratt John H., res W s 8th av bet East Fifteenth and East 

Sixteenth 
Premo Dennis, driver Broadway and Telegraph av R R, res 

Temescal 
PRESCOTT & BEMIS (M. Prescott and 0. Bemis) butch- 
ers, 479 East Twelfth 
Prescott A. A., butchers with Prescott & Bemis, res 514 

East Twelfth 
Prescott Alfred, shipwright W D Co 
Prescott C, brakeman C P R R, res Oakland Wharf 
PRESCOTT MELVIN (Prescott & Bemis) res cor 10th av 

and East Fourteenth 

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320 OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 

Prescott Sarah Mrs., res 573 East Twelfth 
Presho James, commission merchant, res 827 Myrtle 
PreshowR. G., oculist, 606 Fourteenth 
Preston B. P., res SW cor Cedar and William, W O 
Preston John W., pattern maker, res S s Charter nr Tele- 
graph av 
PRICE & MOORE (David Price and Isaac Moore) proprie- 
tors Oakland Point Planing Mills, Oaklant Point, W O 
Price Augustus, clerk with S. Splivalo, res 765 Jefferson 
PRICE DAVID (Price & Moore) res 765 Jefferson 
Price David A., clerk with S. Splivalo, res 765 Jefferson 
Price Elizabeth Mrs., seamstress, resN s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood, W O 
Price F. O. P., carpenter, res Eland House 
Price Frank, assistant engineer, res SW cor Fifth and Jef- 
ferson 
Price George C, carpenter and builder, res 513 East 

Twelfth 
Price James, res 858 Harrison 

Price James K., clerk with Son Bros (S F) res N s Seven- 
teenth nr Cypress, W O 
Price Joseph A., laborer with Joseph Hunt 
Price Lyttleton, atty-at-law (S F) res Kelsey House 
Price Walter, printer (S F) res IN s Seventeenth nr Cypress, 

WO 
Price W. C, salesman, res 664 Sixth 

Price William, res S s East Seventeenth bet 5th and 6th avs 
Price William, machinehand with Price & Moore, res 765 

Jefferson 
Price William F., laborer, res 812 Market 
Price William F. jr., porter C P B R, res 812 Market 
Price William N., sticker, res W s Jefferson bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Price W. S., clerk with Son Bros, res N s Seventeenth nr 

Cypress, W O 
Priest John, shipwright W D Co 
Priestley Henry, well borer, res 552 Seventh 
Priestley John H., hackman with L. M. Beaudry, res 859 

Clay 
Priestley Thomas, harness cleaner with L. M. Beaudry, res 

552 Seventh 
Prince Allen G., contractor, res N s Twelfth bet Wood and 

Willow 
Prince Levi, carpenter, res cor 13th av and East Thirty- 
third, Lynn 
Prince Thomas P., machinist, res N s Taylor nr Cedar, W O 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



For biliousness drink Eastern Cider. Gordon, agt, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 321 

Prindle Frederick, meter inspector Contra Costa Water Co 
Pringle EdAvard J., atty-at-laAv (S F) res NW cor 7th av and 

East Nineteenth, E 
Pringle John, carpenter W D Co, res 811 Filbert 
Pringle William, hostler City Hall Stable, res Stewart's 

Hotel 
Prink Edwin P., architect and builder, res 520 East Four- 
teenth, E O 
Printslow Ellen, domestic, S s Merrimac nr Broadway 
Pritchard Thomas, Avatchman Pacific Jute Manufacturing 

Co, res NE cor East Fifteenth and 10th av, E O 
PROBATE COURT, Stephen G. Nye judge, County Court 

House, room 1 
Proud John D.,. res NW cor Willow and William 
Prout E. A. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1005 Broadway 
Pryal A. D., nursery and res Pryal's Valley, Temescal 
Pullman James, merchant, res E s Poplar bet Tenth and 

Twelfth, W O 
Pullis Thomas, bricklayer, res SW cor Myrtle and Twenty- 
fourth 
PUMYEA NELSON D., res Newland's Hotel 
Pumyea Peter (Newland & Pumyea) res Newland's Hotel 
Pundt Edward, bookkeeper with S. Splivalo & Co, res 1161" 

Franklin 
Purcell Charles, reservoir keeper Contra Costa Water Co, 

res Hawthorne bet Broadway and Elm 
Purdy E., res Central Pacific House 
PURINGTON & OUGH (Stephen W. Purington and Joseph 

Ough) wood and coal, 609-611 East Eleventh 
PURINGTON STEPHEN W. (Purington & Ough) 1065 

12th av 
Purnell Z. J., barber, res 210 Fifth 
Purrett E. W., brakeman C P E R 

Purves John, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 811 Filbert 
Putnam S. N., atty-at-law, res E s Harrison bet Fourteenth 

and Fifteenth 
Putzar Louis, shipjoiner, res N s Thirteenth nr Willow, W O 
Putzker Alvin, instructor German, University, res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Twenty-fifth 

Q 

Quackenbush George, carpenter, res cor Grove and Twenty- 
sixth 

QUEEN INSURANCE CO. (fire) of Liverpool, H. L. Roff & 
Co agents, 1004 Broadway 



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322 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Queen W., brakeman CPER 

Queenan Barrett, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Queens W. C, engineer C P RE, res Grand Western Hotel 

Querallo George, gardener, W s Telegraph av nr Seventeenth 

Quigley Delia, domestic, S s Bancroft way nr Telegraph av, 

Berkeley 
Quigley William B., expressman, res 517 Third 
Quill Catharine, widow, res N s East Twentieth bet 6th and 

7th avs 
Quill Daniel J., fireman CPER, res Twentieth bet 6th and 

7th avs 
Quince A. M. Miss, res 954 West Fifth 
Quince M. Mrs., res 954 West Fifth 

Quinlan P. J., res N s William bet Pine and Cedar, W 
Quinn Edward, laborer, res N s Fifth bet Lewis and Henry 
Quinn John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Quinn John, laborer CPER, res 812 Filbert 
Quinn Patrick, laborer, res Central House 
Quinn William H., salesman (S F) res SW cor Castro and 

Fifteenth 
Quinn William J., res SW cor Castro and Fifteenth 
Quinto Joseph M., barber, res 371 Fifth 
Quong Sing, laundry, 708 Broadway 
Quong Tai, Chinese physician, 469 Eighth 

R 

Rabe William Mrs., res NE cor Alice and Durant 
Rachaels Andrew, painter, res junction Magnolia and Peralta 
Rackliffe John, merchant, res 859 Castro 
Rademacher August, sticker with Price & Moore, res cor 

Wood and Seward, W 
Bader Christopher, mail clerk CPER, res 832 Thirteenth 
Rader George, res 832 Thirteenth 
Radick William, shoemaker, res Stewart's Hotel 
Rading Frederick, upholsterer with E. Hook, res 514 Fourth 
Rae Agnes, domestic, N s Seventeenth bet Clay and Jeffer- 
son 
Raehn Albert, res N s Railroad av bet Adeline and Union 
RAFFO BROS. (Colombo and Louis Raffo) dealers in gro- 
ceries, liquors, crockery, hardware, etc., SW cor Broad- 
way and Third 
RAFFO COLOMBO (Raffo Bros.) res S s Fourth bet Jeffer- 
son and Grove 
RAFFO LOUIS (Raffo Bros.) res SW cor Broadway and 
Third 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broad-way 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 323 

Ragland Charles, porter CPRK 

Ragsdale W. B., spring-bed maker, N s Frederick nr San 

Pablo av 
Kahl Thomas, brakeman CPRK, res Oakland Wharf 
liahrsen Fred., laborer, res Union Hotel, E 
RAILROAD EXCHANGE, Richard Watts proprietor, N s 

Railroad av nr Bay, W O 
Railton E. M., train dispatcher C P R R, res Grand Western 

Hotel, W O 
Raines William H., laborer, res W s Centre nr Tenth, W O 
Raleigh C. J., lather, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Raleigh J. F., carpenter, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Raleigh L. A., carpenter, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Ralston C. T., clerk, 956 Broadway 

RALSTON H. H. (Cole & Ralston) res 904 Kearney, S F 
Ralston J. C, collector with Cole & Ralston, res cor Elev- 
enth and Brush 
RALSTON MARKET, J. Schultz proprietor, SE cor Eighth 

and Washington 
Rambaud S., groceries, NE cor Franklin and Second 
Rammelsberg Augustus, farmer, res cor Sixth and Delaware 

WB 
Rammelsberg Ernest, carpenter, res E s Sixth nr Delaware, 

WB 
Ramsten Charles H., accountant First National Gold Bank 

(S F) res S s San Pablo av nr Nineteenth 
RAND DAVID H., chief of police, City Hall, res S s Bay 

Place nr Broadway 
Randall Charles, stableman with J. C. Trescott 
Randall E., porter C P R R 
Randall Samuel, teamster with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res 

Second bet Webster and Harrison 
RANDLETT H. A., proprietor Oakland Trotting Park 
Randorp John J., engineer, res foot Goss, W 
Ranft Henry, clerk with A. G. Lawrie 
RANGOD GUSTAV, Pioneer Oakland Dyeing Works, S s 

Twenty-first nr Telegraph av, office and res cor Twelfth 

and Webster 
Rankin Andrew, tinsmith with James Dalziel, res cor Grove 

and Caledonia av 
Rankin James, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res cor Cal- 
edonia av and Grove 
Ranlett Frank A., horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park 
Ranlett John, carpenter, res 163 Seventh 
Ranlett Horace D., commission merchant (S F) res 721 

Fourteenth 



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324 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

Kann E. P. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res Ws Webster 

bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth 
Ransom E. R., compositor Daily Evening Tribune, res W s 

Market bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Ransom L. W., justice of the peace (S F) res W s cor 

Market and Twenty-first 
Ranson Winfield L. , compositor Daily Evening Tribune, res 

W s Market bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Raper John, teamster with Hayes, Carrick & Co., res Ames' 

Butcher Town 
Raplee John, fireman Contra Costa Laundry 
Rappold John, shoecutter, res S s Twelfth bet Willow and 

Campbell, W O 
RASMUSSEN A. (Petersen & Co.) res 851 Franklin 
Rasmussen Peter, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill 
Rassio Aviel, laborer, res S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
RATHJEN DIEDRICH, groceries and liquors, store and res 

NW cor Jefferson and Fifth 
Rathjen Herman, drayman, res N s East Sixteenth bet 12th 

and 13th avs 
Rathman Edward F., carpenter, res N s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 
Rattary Daniel, blacksmith, res NE cor Twenty-sixth and 

Myrtle 
Raudebaugh Peter, carpenter W D Co, res S s Railroad av 

bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Raye Rosa Mrs, res N s Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow 
Raymond John, boot and shoemaker, shop and res SE cor 

Third and Broadway 
Raymond Joseph, stableman Tubbs' Hotel 
Raymond V. R., with U. S. Mint (S F) res W s Broadway 

nr Twentieth 
Raymond W. H., mining, res 1109 Clay 
Raynor Ellen A. Miss, teacher History Mills' Seminary 
Raynor Joseph C, horsetrainer, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Read Stephen A., carpenter, res 664 Harrison 
Reader Edward B., postal clerk C P R R, res W s Market 

nr Twenty-first 
Real Giuseppe, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Ream John, miller with Jacob Samm, res cor Union and 

Twenty-fourth 
Reaman C, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Recine R. D. Mrs., res W s Shattuck three-fourth mile N 

Temescal 
RECORDER COUNTY, Thomas A. Smith, County Court 

House, room 9 



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Napa Soda is recommended by physicians for healthful drinking 



OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 325 

Hector B. F., superintendent Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co, 

res cor East Eleventh and 2d av 
Rector L. J., clerk City Marshall, res N s East Seventeenth 

bet 15th and 16th avs 
Rector P. C, civil engineer and surveyor, res 363 Ninth 
Redding D. W., carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
Redfield Horace A., student University 
Redican Bernard, plasterer, res 1054 Franklin 
Redington Charles H., paymaster W D Co, res S s Twelfth 

bet Willow and Campbell, W O 
Redman Mary, domestic, S s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Redman R. A., atty-at-law, res 957 Grove 
Redmayne Thomas, res Fruit Vale av 
Redstone A. E., .editor and proprietor Plow, Hammer and 

Pen, 461 Ninth, res 810 Tenth 
Redstone, Ely & Lister (A.H.Redstone, O. C. Ely and 

James Lister) job printing and mnfrs Redstone Card 

and Paper Press, E s Broadway bet Fifth and Sixth 
REDSTONE JOHN H., atty-at-law and solicitor patents, 

461 Ninth, res W s West bet Ninth and Tenth 
Redway Jacques W., student University 
REED CHARLES G., county clerk and auditor, County 

Court House, room 1, res 663 Ninth 
Reed C. M., telegraph operator C P R R, res N s Seventh 

bet Webster and Alice 
Reed Edward, student University 
Reed Frank M., carpenter, res 306 Seventh 
Reed George, farmer, res E s Elm nr College av 
Reed George jr., student University 
Reed George W., deputy county clerk, res SW cor Market 

and Sixteenth 
Reed James, engineer C P R R, res E s Willow bet Chase 

and Taylor, W O 
Reed James W, carpenter, res 306 Seventh 
Reed William, superintendent Mission Bay Bridge (S F) res 

W s Market nr Sixteenth 
Reedy William, propr Oakland House, 672 Broadway 
Rees David, carpenter, res 753 Castro 
Reese Henry P., master mariner, resEs Elm nr Hawthorne 

av 
Reeves E., porter C P R R 
Reeves John, cabinetmaker, res 408 Ninth 
Reeves J. W., coffin maker with H. W. Carson & Co., (S. F) 

res 408 Ninth 
Reeves R. R., dentist, NW cor Eighth and Broadway, res 

1068 Broadway 



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326 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

Regan Daniel, driver Broadway and Telegraph av R R, res 
W s Telegraph av nr Fiftieth 

Reic C, laborer with Freeman & Jaffe 

Reice Henry, laborer, res Eland House 

Reichling F., assayer (S F) res NW cor Eighth and Linden 

Reichling L. F., bookkeeper (S F) res NW cor Eighth and 
Linden 

Reid Charles H., butcher with J. F. Smith, res W s Brush 
nr Seventeenth 

Reid Charles W., farmer, res cor Maple and Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Reid Edward F. R., propr Central Pacific House, NE cor 
Eleventh and Webster 

Reid John, carriagemaker, res 369 Eleventh 

Reid John, shipwright, res NW cor William and Pine, W O 

Reid John, woodworker with King & Williams, res Eleventh 
bet Franklin and Webster 

Reid Lizzie Miss, compositor Tribune, res 525| Howard (S F) 

Reier Charles, painter, res 906 Washington 

REIER GEORGE (Paul & Reier) res 805 Jackson 

REIER HENRY (Marten & Reier) res 1159 Broadway 

Reilay & Bradway (J. P. Reilay and J. R. Bradway) physi- 
cians and surgeons, 1059 Broadway 

Reilay John P. (Reilay & Bradway) physician, 1059 Broad- 
way, res 1057 Washington 

Reilly Paul J., chemist and apothecary, 847 Broadway, res 
569 Sixth 

Reily Mary, chambermaid The Centennial 

Reimers F. P. L., groceries and notions, 963 Franklin, res 

5 s Second bet Webster and Harrison 

Reinhardt Hans, cigar manufacturer, 311 Clay (S F) res S s 
Eighth nr Willow, W O 

Reinle Frederick, butcher (S F) res 1058 West 

Reinstadler F., carpenter, res 555 Franklin 

REMILLARD & BROS (Peter N., Hilaire, and Edward 
Remillard) brickmakers and contractors, office 921 
Broadway and foot of Webster 

REMILLARD & CO (Peter N., Hilaire, Edward and Frank 
Remillard and T. Lamoureux) brickmakers and con- 
tractors, 921 Broadway and foot of Webster 

REMILLARD EDWARD (Remillard & Bros, and Remil- 
lard & Co.) res San Rafael 

REMILLARD FRANK (Remillard & Co.) res W s Jeffer- 
son nr Sixth 

REMILLARD HILAIRE (Remillard Bros, and Remillard 

6 Co.) res 11 Kearny (S F) 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 327 

Kemillard Mary Mrs., res 355 Tenth 

REMTLLARD PETER N. (Remillard & Bros, and Remil- 

lard & Co.) res 1201 Franklin 
Remington James R., second officer steamer Capital, res 

Broadway Wharf 
Remo Joseph, laborer with Shakespeare and Walter, res SW 

cor Eleventh and Jefferson 
Renard Frank, clerk Berkeley Laundry 
Renaud Eugene, scroll sawyer with Grove-st planing Mill 
Renken Henry, needle doctor, office and res 461 Ninth 
Renney J. A., marker Contra Costa Laundry 
Reno A. C, res SE cor Tenth and Madison 
Reno Eugene, res 956 Third 

Requa — , res S s East Fourteenth nr Fruit Vale ay 
Rese John, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Reting Annie, domestic, 1132 Linden 

Reuter Charles, dyer with George Manefeld, res 834 Broad- 
way 
Reyerley John C, stock dealer, N s Railroad ay bet Wood 

and Pine, res S s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W 
Reynolds Annie Mrs., res 510 Eighth 
Reynolds Daniel, carpenter Groye-st Planing Mill, res cor 

Thirty-ninth and Groye < 

Reynolds Frank, carpenter, res SE cor Twenty-second and 

San Pablo ay 
Reynolds Frank A., clerk, res 510 Eighth 
Reynolds George L. , artist, res cor Mariposa and Telegraph 

ays, Temescal 
Reynolds Harriet Miss, dressmaker, res Mariposa ay nr 

Telegraph ay, Temescal 
Reynolds Joseph, res W s San Pablo nr Twenty-third 
Reynolds Merick, res W s Telegraph ay nr Seventeenth 
Reynolds R. T. Mrs., milliner, 325 Twelfth 
Reynolds Thomas N., clerk with J. S. Croslev, res 510 

" Eighth 
Reynolds William R., res 1065 Fifth ay, E O 
Rhiel James, blacksmith with Henry Weeks, res East Twelfth 

bet 11th and 12th ays 
Rhinehart Junius O., salesman with dishing & Ryder, cor 

Thirteenth and Groye 
Rhodes E. G., carpenter, res E s Mvrtle bet Second and 

Third 
Ricardo F., laborer, res W s Chester nr Fifth 
RICE & WHITE (C. H. Rice and J. J. White) butchers, 

2 and 6 City Market 
RICE CHARIxES H. (Rice & White) res Webster nr Durant 

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Rice Harry, salesman with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
Richards A. C, clerk with W. A. Richards, res 718 Twelfth 
Richards Ezra, dealer stocks, res 516 Fifth 
Richards James, carpenter, res 510 Eighth 
Richards S., res Tubbs Hotel 

RICHARDS W. A., proprietor City Hall Livery Stable, N s 
Fourteenth nr City Hall, and agent San Francisco daily 

papers, 855 Broadway, res 718 Twelfth 
Richards William A., surveyor, res 619 Tenth 
Richardson Aaron Sanborn, carpenter, res 313 Ninth 
Richardson Ambrose C, professor Latin and Greek, Uni- 
versity, res E s Vine nr Pine, Berkeleyville 
Richardson Benjamin, porter C P R R 
Richardson George, laborer, res 362 Fifth 
Richardson H. N. Mrs., res 1129 Myrtle 
Richardson Horatio Mrs., res N s East Sixteenth bet 7th 

and 8th avs 
Richardson John M., res 564 East Eleventh 
Richardson Nicholas, car repairer C P R R, res NE cor West 

Fifth and Henry 
Richardson Sarah J., domestic, 1116 West 
Richardson S. J., widow, res 715 Linden 
Richardson Thomas, lumber, res S s East Nineteenth bet 

6th and 7th avs 
Richmond Lizzie Mrs., res N s William nr Telegraph av 
Richon C. N., res 204 Seventh 

Rickard Michael, laborer, res N s Chase nr Wood, W 
Rickey B., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co 
Rickey Daniel B., tinsmith, res W s Brash bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth 
Riddle Herbert, res 175 Eighth 

Rideley Henry, dairy, res cor Thirtieth and Magnolia 
Rider Alfred, merchant, res W s 11th av bet East Fifteenth 

and East Sixteenth 
RIEBLE JACOB, proprietor Union Restaurant, Oyster and 

Chop House, 902 Broadway, res W s Washington bet 

Eighth and Ninth 
Riel James, blacksmith with Henry Weeks, res 563 East 

Twelfth 
Riggs J. L., with Contra Costa Laundry 
Riley Bridget, domestic, W s Telegraph av bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Riley Daniel, laborer C P R R, res Fifteenth bet West and 

Market 
Riley M., carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 



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Riley — Mrs., res S s Twenty-eighth nr West 

Riley Nellie, domestic, N s Fourteenth nr Myrtle 

Riley Peter T., student University 

Riley William, watchmaker California Watch Co, res Willow 

Park, W B 
Riley William, laborer Tubbs' Hotel 
Riley — , res 910 West Fifth 
Rillons William, stockbroker, res 833 Madison 
Rincke John E., assistant janitor County Court House and 

restaurant, 556 Franklin 
Ring Daniel, laborer, res 369 Third 
Ring Susan, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Ringold David, teamster with Thomas & Anderson, res 419 

Tenth 
Rintoul Christina Miss, res 1010 West 

Rioton Adam, paperhanger, res cor Seward and Pine, W O 
Riotte Eugene, stockbroker (S F) res 656 Fifth 
Rischmuller D., carpenter, res- W s 8th av bet East Twelfth 

and East Fourteenth 
Rischmuller George, carpenter, res W s 11th av bet East 

Fourteenth and East Fifteentn 
Rischmuller Henry, sculptor, res W s 8th av bet East Twelfth 

and East Fourteenth 
Risdon John N., res W s Fruit Vale av nr East Fourteenth, 

Fruit Vale 
Riser George, foreman with A. Gemmell, res Eland House 
Rising Millard B., professor Chemistry University, res cor 

Chapel and University av, Berkeley 
Risley J. B., plasterer, res 1116 Washington 
Rison W. R. Mrs., res E s Jackson bet Fifth and Sixth 
Rivers William H., cook Magnolia Restaurant, res Twelfth 

nr Broadway 
Rix Edward A., student University 
Roach Bridget, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Charter 
Roach Hannah, domestic, NW cor Railroad av and Kirkham 
Roach John, res 671 East Twelfth 
Roach John, laborer with Gilardin Bros 
Roach M. R. Miss, dressmaker, res 915 Webster 
Roach Patrick, marble cutter with Madden & Sheedy, res 

cor Twenty-seventh and West 
Roach Peter, engineer, res N s William bet Cedar and Bay, 

WO 
Robb B., painter, res S s Twenty-first nr Brush 
Robb John, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Robbins Charles F. (Blake, Robbins & Co., S F) res Tele- 
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Bobbins Emma Miss (Spaulding & Bobbins) res 468 Twelfth 
Roberts Abraham, waiter Magnolia Restaurant, res 318 Third 
Roberts Carrie Miss, res N s Division nr Pine, W O 
RORERTS CHARLES, cashier The Oakland Bank of Sav- 
ings, res SW cor Orchard and Webster 
Roberts Edward, engineer C P B B, res Cedar bet William 

and Atlantic, W O 
Boberts Edward W., mining engineer, res S s Charter nr 

Telegraph av 
Boberts Griffith M., car repairer C P B B, res E s 5th av 

bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
Boberts Henry, butcher with G. W. Scribner, res Fifteenth 

bet Clay and Jefferson 
Boberts John, carpenter, res N s Seward nr Wood, W O 
Boberts John, laborer W D Co 
Boberts John W., res SW cor Webster and Durant 
Boberts Joseph, res 967 Alice 
Boberts Oliver E., carpenter, res N s Twenty-seventh nr 

West 
ROBERTS SAMUEL (Murray & Roberts) res Sunnyside 

House 
Boberts William C, tailor (S F) res 1006 Broadway 
Bobertson Alexander, shipwright W D Co, res cor Seventh 

and Cedar 
Bobertson Daniel, carpenter, res SW cor Pine and Atlantic, 

WO 
Bobertson Henry, carpenter, res 573 Eighth 
Bobertson John A., mining, res W s Merrimac nr Broadway 
Bobertson John W., student University 
Bobins Jennie A., Miss, student University 
Bobins John C, dentist, res cor Spruce and Vine, Berkeley- 

ville 
Bobins William W., compositor Tribune, res cor Fifth and 

Broadway 
ROBINSON AARON, carpet beating machine, 519 Second, 

res 523 Second 
Robinson Andrew, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Bobinson Augustus W., real 1 estate and patent agent, 956 

Broadway, res Hobart nr Telegraph av 
Bobinson Charles D., artist, res N s East Sixteenth bet 6th 

and 7th avs 
Bobinson Charles J ., clerk City Treasurer, res N s Fifteenth 

bet West and Franklin 
Bobinson C. J. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res The 

Centennial 
Bobinson C. K., broker (S F) res 811 Eleventh 



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Robinson Daniel T., miner, res 368 Third 

Robinson Edward C, delivery clerk with Freeman & Jaffe, 

res 911 Grove 
Robinson Edward N., engineer (S F) res W s Telegraph av 

bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Robinson Elizabeth, domestic, 1077 Eighth 
Robinson Emma Miss, res 367 Fourth 
Robinson Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 273 Ninth 
Robinson E. N. , res Kelsey House Cottage 
Robinson George, glazier with W. S. Murphy, res Eland 

House 
Robinson H., carpenter, res N s Railroad av nr Cedar 
Robinson Harry, res 711 Fourth 

Robinson Henry, plasterer, res W s Willow nr Taylor, W O 
Robinson J. Claiborne, res 954 West Fifth 
Robinson Jesse, physician, res 911 Grove 
Robinson J. G., tillerman Hook and Ladder No. 1, res 468 

Sixth 
Robinson John, foreman weaving department Pacific Jute 

Co., res cor East Eleventh and 3d av 
Robinson John A., atty-at-law, res W s Linden bet Eighth 

and Tenth 
Robinson John 0., contractor, res N s Eighteenth nr 

Market 
Robinson Nathan, res cor Thirty-ninth and Grove 
Robinson Remus, teacher, SW cor Harrison and Sixth 
Robinson W. T., coachman, res 863 Clay, rear 
Robinson — , res 920 Sixth av, E 
Robison Edwin S., blacksmith with P. H. McGrew 
Robison James, laborer with Kunkel Bros. 



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Robison Robert I., res The Centennial 

Roby Joseph, watchman Calif ornia Watch Co., res San Pablo 

av nr Delaware, W B 
Rocca John, wines and liquors, saloon and res 710 Broad- 
way 
Rocovich Luca, fruit, 968 Broadway 
RODE CHRISTIAN (Kaese & Rode) res 417 Tenth 
Roderick John, laborer C P R R, res Twenty-seventh bet 

San Pablo av and Grove 
Rodericks Ignatio A., laborer, res S s East Fourteenth 

bet 18th and 19th avs 
Rodgers Augustus, Capt., res W s Park nr East Twelfth 
Rodgers James, contractor, res 666 Fourth 
Rodgerson James C, solicitor, res NW cor Sixth and Brush 
Rodolph E. G., clerk, res 1003 Broadway 
Rodolph Frank B., books and stationery and sheet music, 

1003 Broadway 
Rodolph S. F., homoeopathic physician, 1003 Broadway, res 

res 966 Clay 
Roe Edwin A., capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 
Roe Frederick A., capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 
Roe George, capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 
Roe William, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
Roediger F. A., candy factory, N s Taylor bet Wood and 

Willow, W O 
Roediger F. W., candymaker, res N s Taylor nr Wood, WO 
Roediger Herman, candymaker, res N s Taylor nr Wood, 

WO 
Roehnert Fred, upholsterer with E. Hook, res N s Third 

bet Henry and Chester 
ROFF HARRY L. (H. L. Roff & Co.) res S s Twenty- 
fourth bet Telegraph av and Valley 
ROFF H. L & CO. (Harry L. Roff, Charles E. Gillett and 

Herman Kirkaldie) agents Royal Canadian Ins Co, 907 

Broadway 
Roff John C, first officer stmr Capital, res Railroad House, 

E. O 
Roff Susanna, widow, res 1171 Sixteenth av, E O 
Rogel Maria Mrs., midwife, res 362 Fourth 
Rogers E. A., clerk (S F) res 13 Pine, W O 
Rogers Eustace B., student University 
Rogers Frank, laborer, res 818 East Twelfth 
Rogers Henry, agent with Samuel Merritt, res W s Jackson 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Rogers Henry, pilot (S F) res N s Seward nr Wood, W O. 

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Rogers John, res W s Campbell bet Atlantic and Pacific, 
WO 

Rogers John, carpenter C P R R, res cor Goss and Pine, W O 

Rogers John R., builder, res 610 Twelfth 

Rogers Lucy Mrs., res N s Division nr Pine, W O 

Rogers Philip, well digger, res W s Lusk nr Evoy av 

Rogers Sol., photographer, res N s Division nr Pine, W O 

Robers William H., laborer W D Co, res NE cor East Fif- 
teenth and 16th av 

Rohan Mary E., groceries, 8E cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 

Rohan Michael, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-third and Tele- 
graph av 

Rohrs F. E., tanner, res S s East Fourteenth bet 18th and 
19th avs, E O 

Rolands William R., shipwright, res SE cor Third and Cen- 
ter 

Rollins Frank, brakeman C P R R 

Rollins Frank, calker W D Co 

Rollins H. C, carpenter, res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine 

Romero J. A., clerk, res 360 Seventh 

Rondo Ralph, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 

Roning Anna, res 832 East Twelfth 

Rooney T., with Contra Costa Laundry 

Root James, merchant, res N s Seventh bet Brush and Cas- 
tro 

Ropes Charles F., salesman with W. & M. Everson, res 1057 
Washington 

Ropes C. P., clerk with W. & M. Everson, res Blake House 

Rorer — , painter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Rose Alexander H., res 934 Myrtle 

Rose James, clerk with C. R. Lewis & Co, res NW cor 
Twenty-eighth and West 

Rose James W., expressman, SE cor Broadway and Twelfth, 
res Twenty-eighth and West 

Rose — , res cor Madison and Ninth 

Roseberry James, miller (S F) res W s Campbell nr Taylor, 
WO 

Rosenberg Charles, clerk with L. Rosenberg, res 1002 Web- 
ster 

Rosenberg J. M., cigars and tobacco, 901 Broadway, res 
1002 Webster 

Rosenberg Lasery, cigars and tobacco, 869 Broadway, res 
1002 Webster 

Rosenberg Morris, clothing and furnishing goods, 901 
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Kosenberg Nathan, cigars and tobacco, 831 and 909 Broad- 
way, res E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second 

ROSENK GUSTAV, physician and surgeon, office and res 
Eureka Hotel 

Rosenstock Frederick, res S s Weston ner Telegraph av 

Rosett E. T., carpeter, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W O 

Ross Adam K., musician, res 370 Fifth 

Ross Amos J., special policeman, res 370 Fifth 

Ross Francis, carpenter, res S s Fifth bet Myrtle and Fil- 
bert 

Ross G. E., broker (S F) res N s Fifteenth nr Clay 

Ross George, carpenter, res SW cor Franklin and Third 

Ross John, house and sign painter, 470 Third 

Ross John C, painter, res 370 Fifth 

Ross — , bookkeeper (S F) res 717 Tenth 

Rossini Charles J., furniture, bedding and fruits, 1735 
Railroad av, W O 

Rossini Louise, domestic, 958 Eighth 

Roth Louis, tailor with S. Francis, res 1006 Broadway 

ROTHENBERGER JOSEPH (Young & Rothenberger) res 
374 Tenth 

Rothschild Fred H., student University 

Roundey John L., special policeman, res 503 East Four- 
teenth 

Roundey John L., messenger with Steere & Colby, res S s 
East Fifteenth bet 10th and 11th avs 

Roundey Joseph, clerk with Steere & Colby, res SE cor 
Fourteenth and 10th av, E O 

Roundey Joseph A. H., res 503 East Fourteenth 

Rourke M., painter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

Rouse Mt . , salesman, res 664 Sixth 

Rouse William H., commission merchant, res 814 Filbert 

Rousseau E. Mrs., res 470 Third 

Rousseau James, boots and shoes, store and res 305 East 
Twelfth 

ROWE JOHN (Cummings & Rowe) res S s William bet Bay 
and Cedar, W O 

Rowe R. D., driver with Jacob Samm 

Rowe William, gasfitter with Dalziel & Moller, res 569 
Eighth 

Rowell Joseph C, librarian, University, Berkeley 

Rowell Marion E. Miss, music teacher Mills' Seminary 

ROWELL WILLIAM K., real estate and house broker and 
collector, NE cor Broadway and Ninth, res S s Merri- 
mac bet Telegraph and Webster 

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Rowen Thomas, horseshoer Broadway and Telegraph II R, 
res cor Fifty-first and Telegraph av 

Rowland J. G., res 615 East Fourteenth 

Rowland W. E., watchmaker with W. Wilson, res Es Chest- 
nut nr Eighteenth 

Rowland William, bricklayer, res E s Chestnut nr Eigh- 
teenth 

Rowlands William T., shipwright W D Co 

Rowlins George, deckhand steamer Capitol, res Broadway 
Wharf 

Rountree Musidor, student University 

Rountree Sarah, widow, res E s Pine nr Vine, W B 

Rowse Samuel, carpenter, res E s Magnolia nr Second 

Rowse Samuel, res 521 Third 

Roy Joseph, teamster with Remillard & Bros 

Royal Canadian Insurance Co., Robert Magill and Homer 
A. Craig, agents, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 

Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Luke Doe agent, 958 
Broadway 

Royce Josiah, provisions, res 960 Clay 

Rubert D. H., shipwright, res Ws Filbert bet Twentieth and 
Thirtieth 

Ruddick William S., shoemaker with Holcomb & Outram, 
res Stewart's Hotel 

Rudolph F., plumber, res 403 Ninth 

Ruet Clarissa, widow, res 716 Fourth 

Ruffler William, res 261 Eighth 

Ruhstall August, laborer Oakland Brewery 

Ruiz Bernard, res 407 Fourth 

Ruiz John, laborer, 407 Fourth 

Rulofson W. H. jr., cashier with Bradley & Rulofson (S F) 
res 853 Myrtle 

Rulofson William H. (Bradley & Rulofson, S F) res SW cor 
Market and Twelfth 

Rummel Frederic, butcher, res N s East Sixteenth bet 20th 
and 21st avs 

Runge Christian, shipwright, res E s Cedar nr Short, W O 

Runyon Fred M., clerk C P R R, res 1031 Filbert 

Ruoff Charles, laborer Badger's Grand Central Park 

Ruprick August, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Ruscher Joseph, laborer Oakland Brewery 

Rushmore William, laborer, res 756 Brash 

Rusley — , painter, res W s Campbell nr Lincoln, W O 

Russ John, collector Tribune, res SE cor Twentieth and 
Broadway 

Russell Charles, carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res Temescal 

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Russell E. K., grainer with C. B. Eutherford, res Fifteenth 

bet Grove and Jefferson 
Eussell F. P., teacher California Military Academy 
RUSSELL HOUSE, E. B. Wilcox proprietor, 1113 Broad- 
way 
Eussell J. C, civil engineer, res E s Webster bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Eussell John, carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res W s Tele- 
graph av nr Forty-eighth 
Eussell Joseph E., yardmaster C P E E, res Ws Henry bet 

Third and Fifth 
Eussell Mary F., student University 
Eussell Eobert, res N s East Twenty-third nr 13th av 
Eussell T. S., res E s 10th av bet East Fifteenth and East 

Sixteenth 
Eussell William, laborer, res 806 Alice 
Eussell William H., cooper, res cor Market and Thirty -fifth 
Eussell William H., res S s Twenty-fourth bet Telegraph av 

and Broadway 
Eust Edgar C, clerk with Cadogan, Smith & Co., res 962 

Clay 
Euth John, cigars and tobacco, and proprietor Dime Ex- 
press, 1052 Broadway 
RUTHERFORD CHARLES B., paints, oils, varnishes and 
glass and house and sign painting, 1016 Broadway, res 
cor Fifteenth and Franklin 
Eutherford Emma, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Charter 
Eutherford Frank, painter with C. B. Eutherford 
Eutherford John S., farmer, res 826 Fourteenth 
Eutherford Joseph, farmer, res Forty-second nr Telegraph 

av 
Eutherford T. W., carpenter, res 503 Eleventh 
Euttlidge Frank, foreman, res SE cor Twenty-third and 

Telegraph av 
Eyan James, bedmaker Central Pacific Eailroad House 
Eyan James, hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Eyan James, hostler, res cor Union and Twenty-fourth 
Eyan James, fireman Oakland Gas Co., res Overland House 
Eyan Mark, laborer, res W s Adeline nr Twentieth, W O 
Eyan Martin, horseshoer, E s Washington nr Seventh, res 

517 Seventh 
Eyan M. E., carpenter, res Alta House 
Eyan Michael J., saloon and agent Hibernia Brewery, 468 

Seventh, res 520 Sixth 
Eyan Eichard, horseshoer with M. Eyan, E s Washington 
nr Seventh 



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Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
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Ryan Thomas, carriage painter with M. W. Allen, res 657 

Washington 
Ryder Andrew, conductor C P R R, res The Centennial 
Ryder — , res Railroad av nr Peralta, W 
RYDER ANDREW (dishing & Ryder) res 706 Tenth 
Rynders Benjamin, cigars, res 1009 Tenth av, E 
Ryus Frank J. , carpenter, res E s Telegraph av, 1 mile S of 

University 



Saal Louis, oysterman with N. Williams, res 558 Third 
Sack W T illiam M., saw filer, res. 957 Webster 
Sackett B. R., farmer, res E s Brush nr Twentieth 
Sackett Darius P., res E s Piedmont way nr D wight way, 

Berkeley 
Sackman John, blacksmith with James Galvin, res cor 

Twenty-fifth and Telegraph av 
Sadlar R. Mrs., washing, 625 Tenth 
Sadler Caleb, merchant, res E s Telegraph av nr Durant 
Sagala Alexander, laborer, res cor Second and University av, 

WB 
Sagar George H., purser, res 562 Sixth 
SAGEHORN WDLLLAM TV, flour, hay and grain, 473 

Sixth 
Sallinger Albert M., salesman with A. Lippmann, res 661 

Ninth 
Salsig Ami B., butcher, res cor East Twelfth and 21st av 
Salter N. A. Mrs., res 118 Eleventh 
Salts James, res Kelsey *House 
Sam Gee, laundry, 724 Filbert 
Sam Hop, laundry, foot of Broadway 
Sam Kee, laundry, 1074 Fourteenth av 
Samm Jacob, proprietor Samm's Flouring Mills, res SW cor 

Fifth and Clay 
Samm's Flouring Mills, Jacob Samm proprietor, NW cor 

First and Clay 
SamselH. N., res 718 Fifth 
Samson Leon, salesman with Ghirardelli & Petar, res 607 

Sixth 
Samuel Andrew, laborer W D Co 
Samuels Abraham, photographer, 115 Kearny (S F) res 818 

Broadway 
Samuels B., tailor, dyer and scourer, 818 Broadway 
Samuels George, clerk with F. Senram, res 818 Broadway 

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Samuels Jacob, painter with H. W. Barnes, res 516 Second 
SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, P. J. Gerhardy manger, 

829 Broadway 
Sanborn Henry M., clerk with James Hutchison, res cor 

Telegraph av and Bay pi 
Sanborn John, res 623 Third 
Sanborn J. L., laborer W D Co 
Sanborn Thomas C, stock broker (S F) res W s Adeline bet 

Tenth and Twelfth, W O 
Sand Anton M., laborer, res foot Division, W O 
Sand Ludwig, apprentice with Miley & Laage, res Union 

Flag Hotel 
Sander Henry W., student University 
Sander Peter F. C, student University 
Sanders George, painter with How & Doolittle, res Brown 

nr Telegraph av 
Sanders James, bookkeeper, res 863 Clay 
Sanders James H., upholsterer with E. Hook, res W s 

Grove nr Twentieth 
Sanders John, painter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 
Sanders — , tailor, res Golden Star Hotel 
Sanderson Catherine Mrs., res S s Railroad av bet Chester 

and Henry 
Sanderson Gabriel, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe 
Sanderson Henry E., student University 
Sanderson R., helper Oakland Planing Mill 
Sanderson William, barber, res S s Railroad av bet Chester 

and Henry 
Sanderson William, porter C P R R 
Sanderson William Mrs., res NE cor Ninth and Jackson 
Sandford Frank, laborer with Taylor & Co, res S s Third 

bet Castro and Grove 
Sands George, res SW cor Seventeenth and Franklin 
Sands George H., driver Peoples' Express, 857 Broadway 
SANFORD EDMUND P. (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.) resNW 

cor Thirteenth and Clay 
Sanford George B., colonel USA, res NW cor Clay and 

Fifteenth 
SANFORD, KELSEY & CO. (Edmund P. Sanford, Noah 

Kelsey and George B. Flint) drugs and medicines, 971 

Broadway cor Tenth 
Sanford O. M., tinsmith with James Dakiel, res Eighth bet 

Broadway and Washington 
Santini John, brakesman C P R R, res East Thirteenth bet 

11th and 12th avs 
Santos Eugene, laborer, res N s Bristol nr Seventh, W B 

Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broad-way 



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Santos M. E., widow, res S s Brown nr Telegraph av 
Sargent J. L., farmer, res W s 13th av bet East Fifteenth 

and East Sixteenth 

SARPY, BARSTOW & CO. (O. Sarpy, S. Barstow and M. S" 

C. Garber) hay, feed, flour and grain, 423-425 Eleventh ft 
Sarpy J. B. O., bookkeeper with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res I 

460 Third 
SARPY OSCAR (Sarpy, Barstow & Co.) res 460 Third 
Sather Peder, banker (S F) res N s Twelfth bet Castro and 

Grove 
Satterlee George A., bookkeeper with W. S. Murphy, res 

Washington Hotel * 

Saufley R. C, clerk (S F) res N s Division nr Wood, WO § 
Saul Peter, stableman, res N s East Eighteenth bet 13th and j - 

14th avs 
Saunders John, tailor with M. J. Healy, res Golden Star 

Hotel 
Sauvain August, bookkeeper (S F) res SW cor Ninth and 

Kirkham, W O 
Savage Henry M., student University 

Save Philip, laborer, res SE cor Thirteenth and Peralta, W O 
Sawtelle David, salesman with Christian Schreiber, res 

Franklin nr Durant 
Sawyer S. N., carpenter, res Mansion House, E 
Sayer Edward J., saloon and res cor Thirty-ninth and Tele- 
graph av 
Scanlan James, laborer, res Central House 
Scanlon Ann Mrs., groceries and liquors, store and res NW 

cor Market and Fourth 
Scannel John, janitor North Hall University, Berkeley 
Scatch William, wheelwright, res S s East Thirty-fourth nr 

13th av, E O 
Schaefer A. B. & Co., German Bakery, 470 Ninth 
Schafer A. B., merchant, res 812 Har-rison 
Schaffer Catherine, widow, res NE cor Chester and Third 
SCHAFFER LOUIS, butcher, 819 Broadway, res 555 Sixth 
Schaffner F., proprietor Mechanics' Home, 403 Ninth 
Schall Maria, domestic, NW cor 7th av and East Seventeenth 
Schaub Theodore, clerk with Pearson & Curtis, res cor 

Eighth and Willow, W O 
Schauber Fred., res 666 Sixth 
Scheidecker John, carpenter, res 926 Filbert 
SCHEIDING HENRY, wines and liquors, saloon and res 

SW cor 16th av and East Twelfth 
Schellhaas H., new and second-hand furniture, 406-408 

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Schermer H., physician, res Jefferson bet Fifth and Sixth 
Schieffer Charles H., leather (S F) res Chestnut bet Tenth 

and Twelfth . 
Schielke Hermann, cabinetmaker with P. Schreiber, res 

Chestnut bet Thirty-second and Thirty-third 
Schimmelpfennig F., dry goods, 762 East Twelfth, res 758 

East Twelfth 
Schimmelpfennig F. jr., tinware, gasfitting and plumbing, 

773 East Twelfth 
SCHIMMELPFENNIG'S HALL, East Twelfth bet 15th 

and 16th avs 
Schiveley E. M. Mrs., res SW cor Third and Brush 
Schley Lizzie Miss, res 1069 Fourteenth av 
Schlotzhauer Paul, saloon, 482 Eighth 
Schluter D., shipwright, res Central Pacific Railroad House, 

WO 
Schluter Eudolph, barkeeper with H. Drucker, res 1057 

Thirteenth av 
Schly Charles, res 769 East Twelfth 
Schmidt Christian, butcher, res E s San Pablo av nr Tem- 

escal Creek 
Schmidt Emma, domestic, 725 Eighth 
Schmidt Helmer, res 751 East Fourteenth 
Schmidt J. B., carpenter, res S s Sixteenth bet Market and 

West 
Schmidt John, barkeeper with Heyer & Paul 
Schmidt Joseph, brewer Brooklyn Brewery, res SW cor 18th 

av and East Fourteenth 
Schmidt Julia, domestic, W s Linden nr Tenth 
Schmidt Richard, clerk with S. Splivalo & Co., res 701 

Washington 
Schmidt Carl (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmidt) res Sacramento 

City 
Schmidt W. J., baker with Wise & Umlauff, res 707 Bdwy 
Schmidt A. J., Oakland Basket Factory, 962 Broadway, res 

964 Broadway 
SCHNEIDER CONRAD, propr Union Hotel, NW cor 13th 

av and Twelfth, E O 
Schneider Frederick, cabinetmaker, res 1073 Fourteenth av 
Schneider Frederick A., doormaker Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res Second bet Jefferson and Grove 
Schneider John, carpenter, res East 7th av bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth 
Schneider L., tailor, shop and res 380 East Twelfth 
Schneily Joseph, machinist (S F) res N s Twelfth nr Cen- 
ter, WO 

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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 341 

Schnelle Charles, farmer, res N s University av nr Tenth 

Schoen Paul, piano tuner, res S s Logan nr Telegraph av 

Schoenfelder William, patternmaker W D Co 

SCHOLL C. F. (John & Scholl) res S s Ninth nr Chester, 
WO 

Scholle Albert W., student University 

Schofield R. D., salesman with Ghirardelli & Petar, res cor 
Fourteenth and Franklin 

Schrader Adolph, fresco painter, res S s Twenty-second bet 
San Pablo and Telegraph avs 

Schreck E. A., clerk with F. S. Page, res 122 Eleventh 

Schreiber Antonio, widow, res 8 s Atlantic bet Wood and 
Pine, W O 

Schreiber August, regalias, res E s 13th av nr East Twenty- 
third 

Schreiber Charles, with Philip Schreiber, res Sunnyside 
House 

SCHREIBER CHRISTIAN, Oakland Furniture Warerooms, 
1105-1107 Broadway, res 1132 Linden 

Schreiber J. jr., bookkeeper with Philip Schreiber, res Sixth 
bet Chester and Henry 

Schrieber Louis, upholsterer, res 412 First 

SCHREIBER PHILIP, furniture and bedding, 1064-1066 
Broadway, res E s Wood nr Atlantic, W O 

Schrieber Christian, candy manufacturer (S F) res N s Lin- 
coln nr Willow, W O 

Schrieber Jacob, bookkeeper, res S s Fifth bet Chester and 
Henry 

Schroeder C. W., painter, 834 Broadway 

Schromer Hermann, laborer with G. J. Hood, res 421 East 
Twelfth 

Schubart Paul, barber with E. Mosca, res 659 Jefferson 

Schuh Kobert, waiter with Jacob Rieble, res S s Sixth bet 
Washington and Broadway 

Schuler August, carriage trimmer (S F) S s Lincoln nr Wil- 
low, WO - 

Schuler Ernst, tin, copper and sheet-iron worker, N s Sev- 
enth bet Wood and Willow, res N s Seward bet Wood 
and Pine, W O 

Schuler Jacob, groceries and liquors, 842 Webster, res 319 
Seventh 

Schuller Andrew, mining, res E s Telegraph av nr Plymouth 
av 

Schuller Louise, domestic, N s Edward nr Telegraph av 

Schultheis Peter, hostler Broadway and Telegraph av K R, 
res cor Forty-fourth and Telegraph av 



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Schultz D. Miss, dressmaker, res 473 East Twelfth 
SCHULTZ JACOB, proprietor Ealston Market, SE cor 

Eighth and Washington, res 519 Eighth 
Schultz William, farmer, res W s Park bet Alameda and East 

Oakland 
Schunck Henry, wines and liquors, saloon and res 675 East 

Twelfth 
Schunhoff B. F., drugs and medicines, 462 Seventh 
Schutt Alonzo, butcher, res W s San Pablo av N Temescal 
SCHUTT AUGUST M. (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) res 

520 Ninth 
Schwab Charles, clerk with J. Greenhood, res 567 Seventh 
Schwab Michael, varnisher, res 709 East Twelfth 
Schwab Peter, machinist CPEE, res William bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Schwagermann F., fruit and confectionery, 963 Franklin 
Schwagers Conrad, butcher with August Grabs, res Soracco 

House, W 
Schwarting F., bookkeeper, res 466 Third 
Schwartz John, car cleaner CPEE 
Schwartz Nicholas, molder, res N s Third bet Filbert and 

Linden 
Schwartz William B., engraver, res 569 Eighth 
Schwater Jacob, laborer, W s College av one-half mile S 

Asylum, Berkeley 
Schwetter John, cabinetmaker with E. Hook 
Scofield B. B., porter CPEE 
Scotchler James, res 1014 Linden 
Scotchler J. B. Mrs., res 228 Ninth 
Scotchler J. L., student University 

Scotchler John J. (Scotchler <fe Gibbs, S F) res 1014 Linden 
Scott Alfred J., clerk, res 618 Fifth 
Scott Arthur W., student University 
Scott Charles H., whitener, res 618 Fifth 
Scott George, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res Alta House 
Scott John, carpenter, res W s Poplar bet Eighth and Tenth 
Scott Julia, doctress and midwife, res 564 Seventh 
Scott Lizzie Miss, res 564 Seventh 
Scott M. E. Mrs.j res 565 Second 
Scott E., res cor Willow and Eighth, W 
Scott Thomas, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Scott T. L., brakeman CPEE 
Scott Walter, student res W s Poplar bet Eighth and 

Tenth, W O 
Scott William, engineer C P E E, res N s Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 

Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



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Scott Winfield Rev., res 953 Castro 

Scoville C. A., helper Oakland Planing Mills 

Scoville Ives (Ives Scoville & Co.) res N s Atlantic bet Pine 
and Cedar, W O 

Scovill Ives & Co. (Ives Scoville and E. A. Hersey) propri- 
etors Oakland Iron Works, 511-513 Second 

SCRIBNER GEORGE W., butcher 8-10 City Market, res 
161 Third 

Scribner Walter D., clerk withG. W. Scribner, res 161 Third 

Scruggs T. B., tinsmith, res 166 Seventh 

Sculley Patrick, res 619 Sixth 

Scully Catherine, nurse, cor Laurel and Telegraph av 

Scully Marie, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 

Scully Patrick, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Seaburg Minnie, cook, cor Merrimac and Broadway 

Seal Alfred H., shipwright W D Co, res Eighth bet Peralta 
and Willow, W O 

Seal C. J., laborer*W D Co, res 1709 Eighth, W O 

Seamond Zenos A., carpenter, res 527 Seventh 

Searell Allen, miller with Weston & Welch, res Union Hotel 

Searing William S., wines and liquors, 849 Broadway, res 
SE cor Ninth and Clay 

Searle Eliza Miss, teacher music, languages and drawing, 
res Berkeley Farm House, Berkeley 

Searle Thomas 'R., proprietor Berkeley Farm House, W s 
Daney nr University Grounds, Berkeley 

Searls Fred, student University 

Sears Charles E., clerk with Strickland & Co., res N s Sev- 
enteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 

Sears E. H., instructor Latin and Greek, University 

Sears Herman B., merchant, res N s Seventeenth nr Jef- 
ferson 

Sears Joseph R., mining, res N s Seventeenth nr Jefferson 

Sears O. B., master mariner, res E s 12th av bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth 

Sears William, painter, res N s Twelfth nr Center W O 

Seaver P. R., cook with Chris Bauder & Co 

Seaward Horatio, clerk with C. R. Lewis & Co., res 812 
Eighth 

Sedan Louise Miss, res 814 Third 

Sedenger Joseph, res 720 Fourth 

Sedgley Abner, contractor and builder, res 223 Tenth 

Seeglitz August, barber with F. W. Seeglitz, res W s Grove 
bet Sixth and Seventh 

Seeglitz Fred W., barber and baths, 867 Broadway, res W s 
Grove bet Sixth and Seventh 



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344 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Seib Charles T., painter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Seibt Gustav, blacksmith with King & Williams, res 1054 

Franklin 
Seiler Jacob, painter, res W s West nr Twenty-eighth 
Seiler Sophia Mrs., res 265 Ninth 

Seitz Jacob, carriagemaker with Henry Ollis, res 807 Har- 
rison 
Selfridge James M., physician and surgeon, 1068 Broadway, 

res 760 Fourteenth 
Selna A. (Camiloni & Co.) res Fifteenth bet Franklin and 

Broadway 
SELNA LEOPOLD, proprietor Becht's Saloon, SE cor 

Eleventh and Broadway, res 516 Eighth 
Selway B. J., painter, res 856 Clay 
Semord Joseph, stableman Tubbs Hotel 
Senram Dora, domestic, 1005 Washington 
Senram Frederick, boots and shoes, 963 Broadway, res 317 

Eleventh 
Serda L., assistant pastor Church of the Immaculate Con- 
ception, res 860 Seventh 
SESSIONS E. C, president The Oakland Bank of Savings, 

915 Broadway and capitalist, 462 Eighth, res NW cor 

Eighth and Market 
Sessions John Bev,, res 709 Tenth 
Sessions Josiah, farmer, res SE cor East Nineteenth and 7th 

av 
Sessions J. W., notary public, 462 Eighth, res 709 Tenth 
Sevrens Millie Miss, saleswoman with John I. Tay, res SE 

cor Brush and Eleventh 
Sewell George, grainer, res NE cor West Fifth and Henry 
Sexton Patrick, plasterer, res 864 Washington 
Seyd Otto, music teacher Mills' Seminary 
Seymour Martin, bronzer with Dalziel & Moller, res Ninth 

bet Broadway and Franklin 
Sexton H. P. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res 754 Bryant, 

SF 
Sexton Maiy Mrs., res S s Nineteenth nr San Pablo av 
Sexton Warren, student University 
Shade Joseph W., band sawyer Brooklyn Planing Mill 
Shafer Peter, carpenter, res S s Forty-fourth nr Telegraph 

av 
SHAKESPEAR & WALTER (David Shakespear and W. 

A. Walter) wholesale dealers wood and coal, 413-421 

Eleventh 
SHAKESPEAR DAVID (Shakespear & Walter) res 1020 

Linden 



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Shambo Edward, blacksmith, res Central House 

Bhang E. <fc Co. (Chinese) laundry, N s East Fourteenth bet 

19th and 20th avs 
Shankland James H., atty-at-law (S F) res E s Wood nr 

Twelfth, W O 
Shanklin James W., land agent University of California (S F) 

res 1009 Madison 
Shanley W. J., teamster with Freeman & Jaffe, res 855 

Franklin 
Shannon Michael, blacksmith with Michael Sullivan, res 

Eastern Hotel 
Shannon William, manager with Johnson & Downing, res 

561 Fifth 
Sharkey Patrick, laborer Oakland Lumber Yard 
Sharp Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Sharp I. N. Mrs., res 424 Twelfth 
Sharp Jacob H., student University 
Sharp John, merchant, res 37 Valley 
Sharpe Albert J., upholsterer with F. Barker, res Clay bet 

Fifth and Sixth 
Shattuck & Hillegass (Francis K. Shattuck and William 

Hillegass) livery stable stable, 457 Eighth 
Shattuck Frank K. (Shattuck ct Hillegass) res W s Shattuck 

av nr University av, Berkeley 
Shattuck M. A. Miss, teacher, res Blake House 
Shaw A C. B., farmer, res X s University av, 1 mile from 

Landing, W B 
Shaw George, bottler, res S s Seventh nr Market 
Shaw James, carpenter, res Charter Oak Hall, W O 
Shaw James, engineer, res S s East Twelfth nr 21st av, E O 
Shaw Joshua, res N s University av, 1 mile from Landing, 

WB 
Shaw Leander J., carpenter, res cor Thirtieth and Magnolia 
Shaw Louis J., well borer, res Park House, W B 
Shaw M. E., boarding, 1160 Alice 
Shaw William B., student University 
Shay Henry, res Mansion House, E 
Shay John, carpenter, res cor Sixteenth and Center, W O 
Shay Thomas, laborer CPEE, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Shea James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Shean John, laborer W D Co 

Shearer Albert N., res N s Eighteenth bet Brush and Castro 
Shearer Lewis, atty-at-law (S F) res N s Eighteenth bet' 

Brush and Castro 
Shearer Sextus, atty-at-law, Union Bank Building, res W s 

Valley bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 



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346 OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 

Sheay James, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 

Sheay Thomas, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W 

SHEEDY J. (Madden & Sheedy) 1214 Broadway 

Sheehan Eugene J., student University 

Sheehan John, coppersmith CPEK, res 1001 Franklin 

Sheehan John A., student University 

Sheehan Michael, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 13th av nr 
East Thirteenth 

Sheehan Patrick R., house painter, res 461 Tenth 

Sheel George, bookkeper, res 467 Tenth 

Sheffield Charles M., student University 

Shehan John H., driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R R, res 
418 East Eleventh 

Sheldon — , shipjoiner, res N s William bet Wood and Pine, 
WO 

SHELLMOUND PARK, Edward Wiard proprietor, W s 
Temescal creek, one mile W from Temescal, nr race track 

Shelly Ella Mrs., dressmaker, res 962 Grove 

Shelly W. W., foreman with Mark McKimmons, res N s 
Fifth bet Washington and Clay 

Shepard Ann A. Mrs., res SW cor East Twelfth and 13th av 

Shepard J. L. N., S. F. Chemical Works, res W s San Pab- 
lo av nr Temescal creek 

Shepardson Clark, res NW cor Tenth and Grove 

Shephard Thomas F. jr., clerk, res 507 East Fourteenth 

Shepherd John, farmer, res N s Seventeenth nr Grove 

Shepherd Mary, domestic, S s Caledonia av nr Grove 

Shepman William E., silver plater (S F) res N s Twelfth nr 
Campbell, W O 

SHERIFF ALAMEDA COUNTY, Henry N. Morse, Coun- 
ty Court House, room 8 

Sherman Calvin, carpenter, res E s East Eighth av bet East 
Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 

Sherman Charles, res 617 Ninth 

Sherman David S., assayer U S Mint (S F) res NE cor Six- 
teenth and Grove 

Sherman George E., Health Officer, physician and surgeon, 
1055 Broadway, res 566 Tenth 

Sherman Julia Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 
617 Ninth 

Sherman Philip, house mover, res W s West nr Twenty- 
first 

Sherman William, assistant U. S. treasurer (S F) res 620 
Fourteenth 

Shermer H., physician, res 803 Jefferson 

Sherow George W., waiter Railroad Exchange Hotel 



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Sherrott Edward, variety store and res 807 Broadway 
Sherry John, laborer, res S s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 
Sherval J. W., laborer with A. H. Southwick, res Twenty- 
first bet Market and Curtis 
Shevlin P., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Shevlin Thomas, laborer W D Co 
Sherwin Thomas, clerk, res 1061 Grove 
Sherwin William F., machinist California Watch Co, res E 

s Sixth nr Delaware, W B 
Sherwood William R., student University 
Shields James H., compositor Post (S F) res 469 Tenth 
Shields Jerry, laborer CPER, res West and Twenty-first 
Shields John, res 424 Twelfth 
Shillaber Theodore, res Grand Central Hotel 
Shing Lee, Chinese laundry, Spring nr San Pablo av 
Shinn Annie H., student University 
Shinn Milicent W., student University 
Shipley Frank C, clerk with Olney & Co., res 960 Clay 
Shirley William D., res SE cor East Eleventh and 9th av 
Shney I., student University 
Shoemaker Nicholas, res Fruit Vale av 
Sholes J. C. Mrs., res NE cor Fourteenth and Webster 
Shore — Mrs., res SW cor Fifth and Myrtle 
Shorey Albert, policeman, res N s Seventeenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson 
Shorkley Allan, salesman with James Dalziel, res Eighteenth 

bet Brush and West 
Shorkley H. B. Mrs., teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

Eighteenth nr West 
Short — , carpenter, res N s East Sixteenth bet 12th and 

13th avs 
Shortell Thomas C, salesman, res 765 Jackson 
Shrader Louis C, scroll sawyer, res Railroad Exchange, WO 
Shu Wo, Chinese laundry, cor Twentieth and Telegraph av 
Shultz Elizabeth, boarding house, 519 Eighth 
Shun Lee, Chinese laundry, Bailroad av bet Cedar and Pine, 

WO 
Shurvell John W., carpenter, res N s Twenty-first nr Curtis 
Sidden J. S., mill hand Grove-st Planing Mill, 533 Second 
Sieber William E., teacher California Military Academy 
Sieburg David, carpenter Contra Costa Laundry 
Siegel Sarah, seamstress, res NW cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Siesbuttel D., machinist and modelmaker, shop and res 364 

Ninth 
SIGNS OF THE TIMES, James White editor, office NW 

cor Eleventh and Castro 



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J. S. G. Gordon, wholesale and retail dealer in Ice, 469 Ninth st. 



348 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Silberberg Louis, clerk with J. Letter, res SW cor Eleventh 
and Clay 

Silberberg S. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, store and res 
618 East Twelfth 

Silberberg Solomon, res 618 East Twelfth 

Sill Edward Roland, professor University, res Ws Bushnell 
nr University av, Berkeley 

Silva John, res 824 East Fourteenth 

Silva John, barber, shop and res 627 East Twelfth 

Silva John, laborer, res S s East Sixteenth bet 13th and 14th 
avs 

Silva John, packer with Weston & Welch 

Silva Manuel, res 869 East Fifteenth 

Silva Matthew, laborer, res S s East Seventeenth bet 13th 
and 14th avs 

Silva Frank, res W s Campbell bet Atlantic and Pacific, E O 

Silver Matthew, bridgeman CPEE; Broadway wharf 

Silvea Francisco, laborer, res N s Bristol nr Seventh, W B 

Simmonds Mandervill, carriage painter, res S s Twenty-first 
nr Broadway 

Simmons Andrew J., mining, res SW cor Nineteenth and 
Telegraph av 

Simmons Conrad, carpenter, res NW cor Seward and Wil- 
low, W O 

Simmons Etta Miss, telegraph operator Grand Central Hotel, 
res 323 Eleventh 

Simmons Harvey B., laborer C P R R, res E s Henry bet 
West Fifth and Seventh 

Simmons M., foreman with Taylor & Co., res Eureka Hotel 

Simmons Minnie., res 669 Fifth 

Simmons Orrin, res 277 Second 

Simmons Thomas F., carpenter and builder, res SW cor 
Fifth and Filbert 

Simms Jacob, horse jockey, res Oakland Trotting Park 

SIMON & BECK (Joseph Simon and William Beck) pro- 
prietors Zimmerman's Gardens, NE cor Second and 
Harrison 

Simon Gustav, tailor, 834 Broadway 

SIMON JOSEPH (Simon & Beck) res 652 Harrison 

Simonds George, gardener, res S s Third bet Market and 
Myrtle 

Simons H. A. Mrs., res 362 Tenth 

Simons Livingston, laborer with Palmer & Cole, res Me- 
chanics' Home 

Simonson Simon, shipwright W D Co, res Railroad av nr 
Cedar, W O 



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Sims Jennie H. Miss, res S s Frederick nr Telegraph av 

Sims S. T. Mrs., res 316 Tenth 

Simpson Albert, shipwright, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 
Pine, W O 

Simpson A. M., lumber (S F) res SW cor Grove and Six- 
teenth 

Simpson Frank, carpenter, res 861 Washington 

Simpson Jacob, carpenter, res 749 East Twelfth 

Simpson John, expressman, res 416 First 

Simpson John B., carpenter, res 764 Fifth 

Simpson Joseph Cairn, journalist, res W s San 'Pablo av nr 
junction 

Simpson Sarah, domestic, cor Broadway and Merrimac 

Simpson Thomas B., res W s Telegraph av nr Charter 

Simpson Thomas J., farmer, res W s College av one-half 
mile S Asylum, Berkeley 

Sinclair A. G., collector CPKR steamers, res W s Myrtle 
nr Seventh 

Sinclair Harry, waiter Union Hotel 

Sing Chung Lung (Chinese) laundry, 319 East Twelfth 

Sing Lee (Chinese) laundry cor Seventh and West 

Sing Kee (Chinese) laundry, cor Fifty-fourth and Telegraph 
av 

Sing Wang (Chinese) laundry, 718 Myrtle 

Singen Edward, laborer, res N s Lydia nr West 

Singen John, res Market nr Twenty-second 

Singleton James, stableman Tubbs' Hotel 

Singon Nellie, domestic, 1113 Washington 

Sinkwitz Gus., barkeeper Becht's Saloon, res 1054 Bdwy 

Sinram Frank H., farmer, res SE cor Fourteenth and Wood, 
WO 

Sisterna Philip, proprietor San Francisco and Berkeley Ex- 
press, res cor Fifth and Addison, Berkeley 

Sizer Samuel E., searcher of records, 803 Broadway, res 
East Oakland 

Ska Charles, upholsterer, res W s Center nr Tenth, W O 

Skedd William, carpenter W D Co 

Skelton M. A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 831 Franklin 

Skiles, Henry A., carpenter, res W s Henry bet First and 
Third 

Skillin Daniel H., upholsterer, res 403 Ninth 

Skinker John, agent Dupont's Powder and Winchester Anns 
and Eagle Fuse Co. (S F) res 56 Seventh 

Skinner I. W, fruit and vegetables, 712 Broadway, res 828 
Jefferson 

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Skitch William, carriageniaker with Northey & McGrath 

Skivington Peter, res 1001 Franklin 

Skivington Peter, plasterer, res 468 Sixth 

Slack Charles W., student University 

Slate F. jr., instructor Chemistry, University, res SE cor 

Seventeenth and Grove 
SLATE WALTER, dealer in fur goods and manufacturer 

sacques, 1013 Broadway, res SE cor Seventeenth and 

Grove 
Slaten Marion, laborer, res E s 11th av bet East Eleventh and 

East Twelfth 
Slater William W., asst train dispatcher CPRR, res E s 

Henry nr Seventh, W O 
Slater W. W., telegraph operator, res NW cor Campbell and 

William 
Slattery James, second mate steamer El Capitan, res S s 

East Sixteenth bet 5th and 6th avs 
Slattery Mary, cook, N s Eighth bet Adeline and Linden 
Sleigh Thomas, engineer, res cor Second and University av, 

WB 
Slessinger Louis, res Kelsey House 
Slevin J. E., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Slicer Charles B., livery and sale stable, saloon and res 

609-615 Broadway 
Slicer Hugh, res 319 Third 
Sliser Charles, res Bartlett House 
Sloss Leon, student University 
Small Daniel S., shipwright, res S s Bailroad av bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
Small J. H., foreman CPRE, res Campbell bet Chase and 

Taylor, W O 

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Smallman James K., marble polisher Manhattan Marble 

Co., res 415 East Fourteenth 
Smart George R., steneil cutter (S F) res NE cor Seven- 
teenth and West 
Smasal George, teamster with Remillard & Bros. 
Smilie Albert, carpenter, res Bartlett House 
Smilie James, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Smilie John, bricklayer and plasterer, res Bartlett House 
Smilie Robert, bricklayer, res Stewart's Hotel 
SMILOW & MeLAURIN (H. Smilow and Douglas Mc- 

Laurin) groceries and provisions, 379 Eleventh 
SMILOW H. (Smilow & McLaurin) res Temescal 
Smith A. F., horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park 
Smith xAlmond B., res NE cor Second and Market 
Smith Alonzo C, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Smith Andrew D., insurance agent (S F) res 910 Myrtle ■ 
Smith A. K., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Smith Arthur, teamster with E. Surryhne & Co., res NE cor 

Pine and Kailroad av, W O 
Smith Arthur K., groceries, Broadway bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth 
Smith B. F., res E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Smith B. K., res 456 Eighth 
Smith Bros. (Julius and Frank Smith) borax refiners, N s 

First bet Castro and Brush 
Smith Charles, carpenter, res Grand Western Hotel 
Smith Charles B., student University 
Smith Charles F., butcher, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 
Smith Charles H., butcher with J. F. Smith, res Ws Brush 

nr Seventeenth 
Smith Charles H., gents' furnishing goods, 953 Broadway, 

res 521 Third 
Smith Christian, laborer, res N s East Fourteenth nr 30th av 
Smith Daniel, boarding house, N s Kailroad av bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Smith E., domestic, E s Chester nr Ninth, W O 
Smith Edwin, carriagemaker, 908 Franklin, res 523 Eighth 
Smith Edwin jr., engineer CPEE, res E s Campbell nr 

Railroad av 
Smith E. H. Mrs., res 503 Eleventh 
Smith Eugene L., watchmaker California Watch Co., res 

Park House, W B 
Smith Floyd F., horse trainer, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Smith Francis M., carpenter, res N s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Smith Frank (Smith Bros.) res Teel Marsh, Nev. 

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Smith Frederick, laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor 
Third and Jackson 

Smith Frederick, plumber with F. Schimmelpfennig 

Smith Frederick, waiter with Chris. Bauder & Co. 

Smith Frederick, wines and liquors, NW cor Jackson and 
Third 

Smith Frederick A., lumber surveyor, res cor Thirteenth and 
Willow 

SMITH G. ESTABROOK, real estate agent, notary public, 
searcher of records and conveyancer, NW cor Broad- 
way and Fifth, res NW cor Tenth and 11th av 

Smith George, laborer, res Central House 

Smith George E., butcher, Broadway bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth, res cor Twentieth and Grove 

Smith George O., machinist Enterprise Mills, res cor Thir- 
ty-second and Union 

Smith George K., caterer Grand Central Hotel 

Smith Georgia Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 
Bay place 

Smith H. A. G., carpenter, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Smith Harlow C, solicitor, res 520 Eighth 

Smith Henry L., salesman (S F) res E s Linden nr Tenth 

Smith Henry T., carpenter, res NE cor Magnolia and Second 

Smith H. S., res E s Brush nr Eleventh 

Smith Hugh A., joiner Brooklyn Planing Mills, res 13th av 
bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 

Smith I. V. B., carpenter, res cor University av and Second 

Smith James, painter, res 1021 Franklin 

Smith James, pork dealer, res 963 Railroad av 

Smith James R., carpenter, res NE cor Second and Market 

SMITH JAMES R., proprietor Overland House, NW cor 
Broadway and First 

Smith Jane, widow, res E s 13th av bet East Sixteenth and 
East Seventeenth 

Smith John, laborer, res E s 13th av bet East Sixteenth and 
East Seventeenth 

Smith John, plasterer, res E s Telegraph av nr Locust 

Smith John, ship joiner, res Railroad av nr Cedar, W O 

Smith John B., carpenter W D Co 

Smith John B., flour packer with Weston & Welch, res 830 
East Fourteenth 

SMITH JOHN F., butcher, SW cor Brush and Seventeenth, 
res Ws Brush bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Smith John O'Neil, carriage manufacturer, 520 Seventh, res 
518 Seventh 



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Smith John S., driver Whitney & Co's Express, res 12G 

Eleventh 
Smith John T., stencil cutter (S F) res NE cor Seventeenth 

and West 
Smith John W., barber, 701 Broadway, res 714 Broadway 
Smith Joseph, draughtsman with county surveyor, res 827 

Franklin 
SMITH JOSEPH, wines and liquors, 614 Broadway 
Smith Joseph B., butcher, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 
Smith Josiah T., master mariner, res N s East Sixteenth bet 

7th and 8th avs 
Smith Julius (Smith Bros.) res Alice nr Lake Merritt 
Smith Leonard, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 668 Franklin 
Smith Maggie, domestic, 1129 Myrtle 
Smith Margaret, lodgings, 477 Eighth 
SMITH MARTIN B. (E. Surryhne & Co.) res NE cor Pine 

and Bailroad av, W O 
Smith M. B., lumber and coal, res Bailroad av nr Pine, W 
Smith O. B., commission merchant (S F) res 608 Twelfth 
Smith Oliver, freight agent C PEK, res W s Myrtle nr 

Tenth 
Smith Patrick, laborer W D Co, res William bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Smith Peter, cook Golden Star Hotel 
Smith Bichard, res 701 Washington 
Smith Bichard B., student University 
Smith Bufus, res 360 Eighth 
Smith S., res 950 Filbert 

Smith Sanford E., clerk with C. H. Smith, res 521 Third 
SMITH STEPHEN (successor to Smith & Mather) real 

estate and insurance agent and collector rents, 917 

Broadway, res SE cor Filbert and Tenth 
Smith Stephen M., leather and findings, res E s Harrison 

bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth 
Smith Thomas, res 329 Fifth 
Smith Thomas A., county recorder, office Court House, 

room 9, res SE cor Broadway and Fourth 
Smith Timothy B., engineer C P B B, res Alameda Point 
Smith Waterman, capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 
Smith W. B. (Earley, Smith & Dailey) res Myrtle bet Twen- 
ty-eighth and Thirtieth . 
Smith W. B. F., carpenter, res N s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Smith Wilber F., horse trainer Oakland Tratting Park 
Smith William, res Central Pacific Bailroad House, W O 
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Smith William, dishwasher Grand Central Hotel 

Smith William, laborer with Palmer & Cole 

Smith William B., clerk, res 701 Franklin 

Smith William B., clerk CPER, res W s Myrtle nr Tenth 

SMITH WILLIAM H. (Cadogan, Smith & Co.) res 1068 

Broadway 
Smith William H., mining, res 521 Third 
Smith William J., butcher, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 
Smith W. I., bookkeeper with Freeman & Jaffe, res SE cor 

Webster and Seventh 
Smithlen Frank, carpenter, res 665 Washington 
Smyth J. H., atty-at-law (S F) res W s San Pablo av nr 

Temescal Creek 
Smyth Samuel, furnished rooms, 410 Tenth 
Smythe Samuel, carpenter W D Co 
Sneath F. W., student University 

Snider Andrew, merchant, res N s Division nr Pine, W 
Snook Louise J. Miss, student University 
Snook William S. (G. & W. Snook, S F) res N s Taylor nr 

Willow, W O 
Snow Carrie E. Miss, res N s Fifteenth nr Jefferson 
Snow Leander O., driver Broadway and Telegraph av K E, 

res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty-ninth 
Snow William H., cutter with J. L. Brooks (S F) res 1091 

Third 
Snyder A. J., contractor, res E s San Pablo av, North 

Temescal 
Snyder Amos, foreman with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
Snyder Mary Mrs., res 831 Seventh 
SOHST BROS. (J. F. W. and H. J. Sohst) proprietors 

Pioneer Carriage Factory, NE cor Eighth and Franklin 
SOHST HENRY J. (Sohst Bros.) res 859 Webster 
SOHST J. F. W. (Sohst Bros.) res 859 Webster 
Solace P., engineer Tubbs Hotel 
Solaro Henry, res 962 Third 
Solier August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Solina August, laborer, res 480 Second 
Solina John, delivery clerk with H. W. Barnes, res NE cor 

Second and Washington 
Solinsky Frank, student University 

Somers D. C., grocer (S F) res W s Kirkham nr Eighth, W O 
Soper Charles, watchmaker Cal Watch Co, res cor Fourth 

and University av, W B 
SORACCO HOUSE, Frank Lorber proprietor, NW cor 

Bailroad av and Pine, W O 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



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Sorensen J. P., confectioner with Bruning Bros., res 833 
Broadway 

Sorensen G., millhand Grove-st Planing Mill, res 665 Third 

Sorensen Peter, laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor 
Franklin and Third 

Souffrain James, cook with M. G. Morse, res cor Twenty- 
first and Curtis 

Soule' Frank jr., professor civil engineering and astronomy 
University, res 226 Ninth 

SOULE JOSEPH T., contractor, res N s Golden Gate av 
foot hills, Berkeley 

Soule' William F., student University 

SOUTHWICK A. H., general traveling agent Turbine Wind- 
mill Co., res NW cor Fifteenth and West 

Spafford James M. (Feusier & Spafford, S F) res NW cor 
East Eighteenth and 11th av 

Spaulding & Bobbins (Mrs. R. J. Spaulding and Miss Emma 
Bobbins) Oakland Glove Factory, 468 Twelfth 

Spaulding Julia A. Miss, res NW cor 8th av and East Sev- 
enteenth 

Spaulding N. W., saw manufacturer (S F) res E s Madison 
bet Ninth and Tenth 

Spaulding R. J. Mrs. (Spaulding & Bobbins) res 468 Twelfth 

Spear John I. (Hickox & Spear, S F) res SW cor Twelfth 
and Oak 

Spear Thomas R., painter with Farwell & Garrigan, res S s 
Cleveland av nr Telegraph av 

Spear William N., letter carrier, res 325 Second 

Speer Charles, plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 

Spelling Christian, gardener, res 317 Eleventh 

Spellman Susie, nurse, N s Eleventh nr Center 

Spellman Thomas, res N s Twelfth nr Center, W 

Spence W. G. Mrs., dressmaker, 471 Ninth 

Spence William G., carpenter, res S s Ninth nr Washington 

Spencer Benjamin, carpenter, res 814 Third 

Spencer George W., expressman, res N s Eighth bet Center 
and Kirkham, W O 

Spencer H. J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

Spencer James, machinist, res West End Hotel 

Spencer John, plumber and gasfitter, 463 Seventh, res W s 
San Pablo av bet Twenty -fourth and Twenty-fifth 

Spencer Kate S. Miss, music teacher Mills Seminary 

Spencer Margaret Mrs., milliner, 323 Twelfth 

Sperry Austin, mill owner, 121 California (S F) res The 
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Spiars Frank (Campbell & Spiars) res NE cor Eleventh and 

Broadway 
Spires Annie Mrs., lodging house, 1054 Broadway 
SPLTVALO S. & CO. (S. Splivalo) groceries and provisions 

and importers fine groceries, wines and liquors, 329 

Twelfth 
SPLIVALO STEPHEN (Splivalo & Co) res Grand Central 

Hotel 
Sprague George W. carpenter, res 167 Third 
Spreckels Henry, laborer, res E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 
Springer Ransome, salesman (S F) res S s Taylor bet Wood 

and Willow, WO 
Springston Jefferson, carpenter, res 507 East Fourteenth 
Sprinkle John C, carpenter, res N s East Sixteeenth bet 

7th and 8th avs 
Sproule Andrew, res 373 Second 
Sproule Catharine, fancy and dry goods, Broadway bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Sproule Charlotte, fancy and dry goods, Broadway bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Sproule S. J., fancy and dry goods, Broadway bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 
Spruance John, liquors (S F) res 907 Clay 
Squire O. D., bookkeeper, res 468 East Eleventh 
Squiers Amie, domestic, cor Chapel and University av, 

Berkeley 
St. Anthony's Church (Catholic) Rev. Wm. Gleason pastor, 

NW cor East Fifteenth and 16th av 
St. John Edward, res N s Lydia nr West 
St. John John, res Market nr Twenty-second 
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH (Protestant Episcopal) Rev. Benja- 
min Akerly rector, W s Grove bet Seventh and Eighth 
St. Joseph's Free School, cor Seventh and Jefferson 
St. Joseph's Academy, Brother Hosea director, cor Fifth 

and Jackson 
St. Mary's Academy, 618 Eighth 
Stack Thomas, bartender with John Fennessy, res cor Fifth 

and Harrison 
Stack William, street contractor, res 276 Fifth 
Stackhouse William, whitener and house cleaner, res 760 

Fifth 
Stackpole Thomas, res 410 Tenth 

Staehle Charles, proprietor Oakland Bakery, 709 Broadway 
Stagnaro N., laborer, res 562 Third 
Stahr Christopher, brakeman C P R R, res N s Twelfth bet 

Willow and Campbell, W O 



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Stakeni Mary, nurse, 1061 Grove 

Staley J. A., carpenter, res 522 Eighth 

Stamp J. B., baker with Thompson Bros, res 832 Franklin 

Stamp J. B., res E s Oiiestnut nr Third 

STANDEFOKD D. W. (Burnham, Standeford & Co) res E 

s Market bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Standeford N. D. Mrs., principal Grove-st School, res SW 

cor Fifteenth and West 
Standeford W. W., Custom House (S F) res E s Market bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
STANDRING ISAAC! proprietor West End Hotel, SW cor 

Railroad av and Peralta 
Stanford William E., laborer, res 675 Clay 
STANIFORD GEORGE B., editor Daily Evening Tribune, 

res 664 Tenth 
Staniford Joseph, res W s West nr Fifteenth 
Stanley George A., student University 
Stanley H. A., insurance agent, res 825 Market 
Stanly John A., atty-at-law (S F) res W ,s Jackson bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Stansbury W. C. Mrs, boarding and lodging, 1001 Franklin 
Stanton Timothy, res N s Twenty-seventh nr West 
Staples Frank H., mining, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Staples Seth M., res 710 Brush 
Stapleton William, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Stapley Maynard, gardener, 1113 Washington 
Star House, Mrs. H. J. Lay ton proprietress, S s Railroad 

av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Stark William, horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park 
STARKWEATHER & SON (Haynes K. and William P. 

Starkweather) carpets, oil cloths, etc., 1153 Broadway 
STARKWEATHER H. K. (Starkweather & Son) res Rus- 
sell House 
STARKWEATHER W. P. (Starkweather & Son) res 716 

Fourth 
Starr Christopher, brakeman C P R R 
Starr U. J., trainer with Newland & Pumyea, res 462 

Seventh 
Starrett M., Cabinetmaker W D Co 
State Investment and Insurance Co., E. T. Carrique agent, 

462 Eighth 
Stearns Charles A., driver Broadway and Telegraph avRR, 

res Forty-seventh nr Shattuck av 
Stearns Hannah Miss, res S s Hobart nr San Pablo av 
Stearns Henry M., teacher Heald's Business College (S F) 

res S s Eighth nr Linden 



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Stearns Lyman, variety, Market-st station, res 730 Myrtle 

Stearns Mary R. Miss, student University 

Stearns Robert E. C, secretary and superintendent grounds 

University, res Telegraph av nr Dwight way, Berkeley 
Stearns Theodore F., driver Broadway and Telegraph av R 

R, res Shattuck av nr Telegraph av 
Steed Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Steel James H., mariner, res N s Twenty-first nr Curtis 
Steele Edward L. G., res 824 Jackson 

Steele Henry Mrs., res SW cor Caledonia and Telegraph av 
Steele Henry F., blindmaker, res 7 Louisa (S F) 
Steele Sisson, bookkeeper, res 417 Fourth 
Steen Joseph F., deputy City Assessor, res N s Thirty-fourth 

bet Grove and West 
Steere & Colby (Thomas F. Steere and Hiram H. Colby) 

groceries, hardware, crockery, etc., SE cor 13th av and 

East Twelfth 
Steere & Colby's San Francisco, East Oakland and Fruit 

Yale Express, SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Steere Henry, bookkeeper with Steere & Colby, and tele- 
graph operator W. U. Tel. Co., res E s 12th av bet East 

Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
Steere Thomas F. (Steere & Colby) and Postmaster, res E s 

12th av bet East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
STEFFANONI ACHILLE (Mueller & Steffanoni) res 561 

Seventh 
Steffen Michael, tailor with S. Francis, res E s West bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Steidwan Joseph, carpenter, res 403 Ninth 
Steinbacher John, butcher, res 410 First 
Stelling Otto, tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, res cor San Pablo 

av and Twenty-fourth 
Stenenger Robert, res 527 Seventh 
Stephens H. J., driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, res Ninth 

bet Alice and Harrison 
Stephens Samuel, ship joiner W D Co, res S s Eighth bet 

Union and Poplar 
Stephens Samuel J-, glass stainer, res S s Eighth bet Union 

and Poplar 
Stephens William R., plumber, res S s Eighth bet Union 

and Poplar 
Stephenson R. H., butcher with T. W. Thacker, res SE cor 

Filbert and Third 
Stern Louis, student University 
Stern Sigmund, student University 
Sternitzky Chas., carpenter, res cor Twenty-ninth and Myrtle 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 359 

Sterns Joseph, plumber with O. C. Kirk, res 315 East 

Twelfth 
Stetson Charles M., student University 
Stetson Vine S., carpenter Enterprise Mills, res 517 tfinth 
Stevens A. Henry, clerk with I. Friedlander (S F) res cor 

Eailroad av and Kirkham 
Stevens Calvin J., Tax Collector, res 267 Eighth 
Stevens Charles, laborer W D Co 
Stevens Charles E., student University 
Stevens E. A. Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 

SW cor Sixth and Wood 
Stevens Ernest E., sticker with Price & Wood, res Mechanics' 

Home, W O 
Stevens F. A., fireman CPKE, res West Oakland 
Stevens George, printer, res N s East Tenth bet 7th and 8th 

avs 
Stevens James, hostler, res SW cor Twentieth and Curtis 
Stevens Jennie, domestic, SE cor Fifteenth and Market 
Stevens Mary A. Mrs., res N s Division nr Wood, W O 
Stevens Levi (Stevens, Baker & Co., S F) res Fruit Vale av 
Stevens Rosalia Miss, res Berkeley Farm House, Berkeley 
Stevens Stephen, res 269 Ninth 

Stevens Walter P., student, res Eailroad av nr Kirkham 
Stevenson A. M., plasterer, res 955 Grove 
Stevenson F. K. & Co. (F. B. Stevenson and B. S. Tower) 

crockery and glassware, 1062 Broadway 
Stevenson Frederick B. (F. B. Stevenson & Co.) res SE cor 

Jefferson and Eleventh 
Stevenson F. W., boots and shoes, 1020 Broadway, res 410 

Thirteenth 
Stevenson H. L., engineer C P B R, res S s Goss bet Wood 

and Willow, W O 
Steward Herbert, waiter Alta House 

STEWARD JOSEPH M., proprietor Alta House, 903 Wash- 
ington 
Steward Samuel, waiter Alta House 
Stewart James, carpenter, res NE cor East Eleventh and 

13th av 
Stewart James J., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Stewart Jennie Miss, res 763 Eleventh 
Stewart Mary L. Mrs., res 763 Eleventh 
STEWART MICHAEL Y., proprietor Clinton Market, 309 

East Twelfth, res cor East Fifteenth and 5th av 
STEWART THOMAS M., proprietor Stewart's Hotel, SE 

cor Fifteenth and Broadway 
Stewart William, porter (S F) res S s Thirteenth nr Center 

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Stewart William H., hairdresser, 471 Seventh 
STEWART'S HOTEL, Thomas M. Stewart proprietor, SE 

cor Fifteenth and Broadway 
Stichman Katie, domestic, 915 Grove 
Still John W., res W s 8th av bet East Fifteenth and East 

Sixteenth 
Stillar Powell, printer (S F) res Kirkham nr Eighth, W O 
Stillman Howard, student University 
STTLLWELL B. F., general collection agent, 907 Broadway, 

res 456 Eighth 
Stimpson James, soda water manufacturer, 510 Seventh 
Stimson Joseph E., plasterer, res 413 Sixth 
Stockwell Frank, clerk, res Grand Central Hotel 
Stoddard A. M., carriage painter, res E s Wood bet Lincoln 

and Twelfth, W O 
Stoddard C. P., brakeman C P E K, res Union Hotel, E 
Stoel Nathan, res junction Market and San Pablo av 
Stoeten H. R., porter, res SW cor Henry and Fifth 
Stokes Patrick, shoemaker, res 218 East Fifteenth 
Stokes Patrick, teamster, res 218 East Fifteenth 
Stokes Richard, mining, res N s Twenty-fifth nr Broadway 
STOKES WILLIAM, architect, 921 Broadway, room 14, 

res S s Sixteenth bet Brush and Castro 
Stone Alfred, clerk with A. G. Lawrie, res East Fourteenth 

nr 16th av 
Stone Eloise P. Mrs., physician, office 29 Central Block 
Stone E. P., physician, office and res 568 Twelfth 
Stone George, res 568 Twelfth 
Stone George, shoecutter, res SE ■ cor Willow and Twelfth, 

WO 
Stone Jefferson, painter, res Fortieth nr Telegraph av 
Stone John F., clerk with H. L. Paddock, res 562 Fourth 
Stone John L., carpenter, res 562 Fourth 
Stone M. J. Miss, res 709 Tenth 
Storey W. B., gardener, 1027 Filbert 
Storm William, butcher, res Spring nr Adeline 
Storrs C. F. Mrs., res SW cor Sixteenth and West 
Story George, lumberman (S F) res S s Sixteenth nr Kirk- 
ham, W O 
Story Lafayette, res W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 
Stout J. G., teamster with Babcock & Gould, res Oakland 

House 
Strain William, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Stratemeyer George C. (B. C. Jackson & Co.) res 1055 
Broadway 



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Stratton James, principal Prescott Grammar School, res N s 

Twelfth nr West 
Stratton James T., civil engineer, res 461 East Twelfth 
Straucher Charles, machinist, res W s Center bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
STRAUTER & HOWARD (Philip Strauter and George W. 

Howard) proprietors New York Livery Stable, S W cor 

Eighth and Webster 
STRAUTER PHTT.TP (Strauter & Howard) res SW cor 

Eighth and Webster 
STREIT & VOGT (William Streit and David Vogt) wines 

and liquors, 1050 Franklin 
STREIT WILLIAM (Streit & Vogt) res NE cor Eleventh 

and Franklin 
STRICKLAND & CO. (William Strickland) books, station- 
ery and blank book manufacturers, musical instruments 

and fancy goods, 1061 Broadway 
Strickland Sidney, with Strickland & Co., res NE cor Tele- 
graph av and William 
STRICKLAND WILLIAM (Strickland & Co.) res NE cor 

Telegraph av and William 
Striker J. W., engiueer W D Co 
Striker E. 3Irs., res N s Chase nr Wood, W 
Stringer J. B., retoucher with Bluett & Fardon, res 10 Ber- 

_ nard (S F) 
Stringham Sib., painter, res 403 Ninth 
Strong C. L., mining, res 566 Eleventh 
Strong Eli, carpenter, res E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward 
Strong Elizabeth, artist, res 832 Market 
Strong George H. (Dewey k Co., S- F) res S s Eighth nr 

Peralta, W O 
Strong Joseph D., photographer, NE cor Broadway and 

Thirteenth 
Strong Wallace K., student University 
Strong William E., commission merchant, res E s Franklin 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Strucknieyer Herman, master mariner, res cor Sixteenth and 

Center, W O 
Struppler Daniel, carpenter W D Co, res NE cor Taylor and 

Pine, W O 
Stuart A. M., freight clerk C P R E (S F) res E s Adeline nr 

Sixteenth 
Stuart Daniel, manufacturer boots and shoes, 905 Broadway, 

res 963 Washington 
STUART HENRY W. (French, Stuart & Co.) res Evoy av 

nr San Pablo Eoad 



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Stuart W. A., painter, res 408 Thirteenth 

Stuart William, gardener, 958 West Tenth 

Stuartson — , fireman C P K E, res S s Goss bet Wood and 

Willow, W 
Stubbs George, live-stock dealer, res Kussell House 
Studerus John, blacksmith, res 823 East Twelfth 
Stuffy E. M., driver, res 701 Washington 
Stulz Carl, barber and baths, N s Railroad av bet Wood and 

Pine, res N s Railroad av bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Stump <t Allen (Joseph Stump and S. H. Allen) well borers, 

Golden Star Hotel 
Stump Joseph (Stump & Allen) res Golden Star Hotel 
Stump M. H. Mrs., res SE cor Eighth and Jackson 
Stutt George, laborer, res S s Bancroft way on hill, Berkeley 
Stutt William, laborer, res W s Telegraph av nr Temescal 
Sturges Frank F., salesman with Murphy, Grant & Co. (S F) 

res 758 Castro 
Stumes Henry, driver Engine No. 1, S s Fifteenth nr Clay 
Sturrock James R., plasterer, res Lydia bet San Pablo av 

and Twenty-first 
Styer Harriet S. Mrs., res 514 Tenth 
Styles Frank W., watchmaker Cal Watch Co., res cor Shat- 

tuck av and Gilman, Berkeleyville 
Sublette William, res E s 10th av bet East Sixteenth and 

East Seventeenth 
Sueell Walter, housemover, SW cor Seventh and Webster, 

res SE cor Twenty-second and Curtis 
Sugaree Patrick, laborer W D Co 
Sugrue Patrick, laborer, res E s Chester nr Fifth 
Suits Robert L., machinist, res E s Grove bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Suksdorf J. P., student University 
Suksdorf Wilhelm N., student University 
Sullivan Annie, domestic, 1103 Filbert 
Sullivan Bridget, widow, res S s Logan nr Grove 
Sullivan .Cornelius, watchman C P R R, res cor Sixteenth 

and Kirkham, W O 
Sullivan Edward, baker, res 419 Tenth 
Sullivan Humphrey, laborer, res W s Linden bet Second and 

Third 
Sullivan James, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Sullivan James, laborer, res 403 Ninth 
Sullivan James, laborer W D Co 
Sullivan James, marble cutter with Robert Farrell, res cor 

Locust and San Pablo av 
Sullivan J. C, res 408 Thirteenth 



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Sullivan J. C, mngr Oakland News Co., res 770 Thirteenth 

Sullivan Jerry, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Sullivan Jerry, machinist C PEE, res cor Sixteenth and 

Cypress, W O 
Sullivan Jerry, stableman Dexter Stable 
Sullivan Joanna, waiter, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Sullivan John, chicken ranch, res cor B and Etta 
Sullivan John, machinist res N s Eleventh nr Kirkham 
Sullivan Michael, blacksmith and horseshoer, 1086 Four- 
teenth av, res N s East Fourteenth bet 13th and 14th 
Sullivan Michael, laborer TV D Co, res W s Kirkham nr 

Twelfth, W 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, res 419 Tenth 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Sullivan Peter, laborer with Palmer & Cole 
Sullivan Timothy, blacksmith, res 368 Ninth 
Sullivan William, stone cutter (S F) res S s Locust nr San 

Pablo av 
Sullivan William J., weigher C P R E, res N s Taylor nr 

Pine, W O 
Sumers S., mariner, res N s Thirteenth nr Willow 
Summers William H., policeman, res S s Twentieth bet 

Castro and Brush 
Sumner Charles E., advertising agent (S F) res 820 Twelfth 
Sumner Henrietta Miss, res 820 Twelfth 
Sumner John H., principal Franklin Grammar School, res 

W s 11th av bet East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
Sumner Susan Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 473 Fourth 
Sun Lee, laundry, 467 Ninth 
SUNNYSIDE HOUSE, A. Baldwin proprietor, SW cor 

Thirteenth and Harrison 
Sunol Joseph D., farmer, res S s Chase nr Wood, W O 
Sunol Joseph D., wood and coal, SE cor Wood and Seventh, 

res E s Campbell bet Seventh and Eighth 
SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS (CITY) F. M. 

Campbell, office City Hall, room 2 
SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS (COUNTY) W. 

F. B. Lynch, office County Court House, room 5 
Surrey James G., plasterer, res E s Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 
SURRYHNE E. & CO. (Edward Surryhne and Martin B. 

Smith) wood, coal and feed, foot Division, W O 
SURRYHNE EDWARD (E. Surryhne & Co.) res SE cor 

Short and Cedar, W 
Surryhne Isaac, res 959 Castro 

Surryhne William (Gladding, Surryhne <fc Co.) res E s Ade- 
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SURVEYOR COUNTY, Luis Castro, room 4 Court House 

Sutherland A. C, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Sutherland A. E., carpenter, res N s East Sixteenth bet 7th 
and 8th avs 

Sutherland F. C. Miss, teacher Swett School, res cor 10th 
av and East Fifteenth 

Sutherland George H., plumber, res N s East Fifteenth bet 
16th and 17th avs 

Sutherland John, harnessmaker with James Lentell 

Sutliffe Edgar C, student University 

Sutton Frank S., resident graduate University 

Sutton William F., yard master C P R R, res Goss nr Pine 

Svenson John, carpenter W D Co 

Swain Charles H., smelter and refiner, res N s Elm nr San 
Pablo av 

Swain Henry, res 814 Brush 

Swain Oliver C, storekeeper Internal Revenue Department 
(S F) res S s Twentieth nr Brush 

Swain Sarah Mrs., ladies' nurse, res NE cor Twenty -first av 
and East Twentieth 

Swale Harry, engraver, 958 Broadway, res 364 Ninth 

Swan George W., (George W, Swan & Co., S F) res 760 
Eleventh 

Swanson Carrie, domestic, W s Bushnell nr University, 
Berkeley 

Swanson Joseph, carpenter, res S s Twenty-fifth bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway 

Swanson Peter A., carpenter, resE s Willow nr Seward, W O 

Swanson William, candyinaker, res S s Twenty-fifth bet Tel- 
egraph av and Broadway 

Swarbrick Robert, woodturner Pioneer Planing Mills, res 
SE cor Third and Castro 

Swart S., carpenter W D Co, res Charter Oak Hotel, W 

Swartz Jacob, laborer C P R R, res Union Hotel, E O 

Swartz John H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 418 
Third 

Swartz John, wagonmaker with D. A. F. Meikle, res Man- 
sion House 

Swas Antonio, boot and shoemaker, 805 East Twelfth, res 
809 East Twelfth 

Sweeney Ellen, res W s Adeline nr Third 

Sweeney John, laborer, res 709 Franklin 

Sweet A. J., tanner with J. S. Derby, res cor 18th av and 
East Fourteenth 

Sweet D. C, turner Oakland Planing Mill, res S s Third nr 
Alice 

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Sweet Leroy, turner, res 957 Third 

Sweet S. J., tanner witlj J. S. Derby, res cor 18th av and 

East Fourteenth 
Sweetapple H., res Grand Central Hotel 
Sweichleer Theodore, painter, res Erie nr Telegraph av 
Swenson A. D., teamster with Samuel Hey wood, res cor 

Second and Bristol, W B 
Swenson Ellen, domestic, 729 Tenth 

Swenson John, carpenter, res cor "Wood and Seward, W O 
Sweney Charles B., engineer, res E s 8th av bet East Six- 
teenth and East Seventeenth 
SWETT A. W., proprietor Swett's Livery Stable, res W s 

13th av bet East Twentieth and East Twenty-first 
Swett School, Mary S. Kimball principal, cor East Twenti- 
eth and 12th av 
SWETT'S LIVERY STABLE, A. W. Swett proprietor, 

NW cor 14th av and East Eleventh 
Swinnerton James, watchman Custom House (S F) res N s 

Fifteenth nr Cypress, W O 
Swinborne & Beardsley (James C. Swinborne and George E. 

Beardsley) contractors and builders, 907 Broadway 
Swinborne James, carpenter, res SE cor Twenty-second and 

San Pablo av 
Swords Patrick, butcher, cor Forty-eighth and Telegraph av 
Sylvester C. C, caneworker, 476 Eighth, res Eagle House 
Symes Cecelia Miss, res N s Charter nr Telegraph av 
Symes David, bookkeeper with Hayes, Carrick & Co., res 

NE cor 12th av East Fifteenth 
Symonds James, engineer Grand Central Hotel 
Syne B. Mrs., res S s Charter bet San Pablo and Telegraph 

avs 
Sypolt A. W., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 



T 

Taber I. W., photographer (S F) res E s Harrison bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 

Taber Jacob S. (Taber, Harker & Co., S F) res E s Linden 
nr Tenth 

Tabour Lorenzo T., bricklayer, res 403 Ninth 

Tacher Theodore, mechanic, res N s William bet Wood and 
Pine, W O 

Taegue William, farmer, res W s Cal Watch Co 's. Manufac- 
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366 OAKLAND [T] DIRECTORY. 

TAGGART GRANT I. (Woodward & Taggart) res E s 

Franklin opposite Fifteenth 
Tahaney James, laborer CPEE, res Oakland Wharf 
Tailor John, laborer, res 665 Webster 
Tailor William L., clerk with H. E. Wilcox, res SW cor 

East Fifteenth and 11th av 
Tait George N., truckman, res N s Seventeenth bet Market 

and West 
Takaki Samro, consul Japan (S F) res Knox House 
Talcott C. Mrs., res Grand Western Hotel, W O 
Talken J. H., carpenter, res Esl8th av bet East Fourteenth 

and East Fifteenth 
Tallman J. K., painter, res Eland House 
Talty Peter, watchman CPEE, res N s Taylor nr Wood, 

WO 
Talty Thomas P., machinist CPEE, res N s Taylor bet 

Wood and Pine, W O 
Taney Patrick, seaman CPEE, res S s Thirteenth nr 

Kirkham, W O 
Tarbett Foster B., cor Gilman and Walnut, Berkeleyville 
Tarbey William, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Tarbox Charlott Mrs., res S s Hobart nr San Pablo av 
Tarbox C. W. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res S s Hobart 

nr Telegraph av 
Tasney Frank, driver People's Express, res Market nr West 

Third 
TATTERSON J. W., model maker and machinist, shop and 

res 1063 Broadway and 465 Twelfth 
TATTERSON MARY A. MRS., millinery, store and res 

1063 Broadway 
Tatty Peter, watchman W D Co 

Tautphaus Charles, butcher, SE cor Railroad av and Myrtle 
TAX COLLECTOR, CITY, Perry Johnson, City HaU 
TAX COLLECTOR, COUNTY, Charles E. Palmer, Court 

House, room 2 
Tay John I., agent Howe sewing machines and Buttrick's 

patterns, 965 Broadway, res SE cor Eleventh and Brush 
Taylor & Co. (Chauncey Taylor and William C. Little) lum- 
ber dealers, foot of Washington 
Taylor A. E. Mrs., lodgings, 921 Broadway 
Taylor B. B., res SW cor Twenty-second and Broadway 
Taylor C. F., tinsmith CPEE, res Eighth bet Wood and 

Willow, W O 
TAYLOR CHARLES L., carpets, oil cloths, paperhang- 

ings and upholstery goods, 1060 Broadway, res 710 

Fourteenth 

Insure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



All sizes Refrigerators and lee Chests for sale at Gordon's. 
OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 367 

Taylor Chauncev (Taylor & Co.) res 704 Eighth 

Taylor Clinton t>., clerk (S F) res cor Park and Market 

Taylor Edward P., salesman with Charles L. Taylor, resNW 
cor Sixteenth and Jefferson 

Taylor Edward T., porter (S F) res N s Seward nr "Willow, 
W O 

Taylor Edwin M. , student University 

Taylor E. J., widow, res N s Twenty-fifth nr Broadway 

Taylor Elias, carpenter, res cor Second and University av, 
WB 

Taylor F. L., architect, 302 Montgomery (S F) res cor 
Washington and Tenth 

Taylor George, city pound master, cor Twenty-eighth and 
Market, res cor Twenty-sixth and Myrtle 

Taylor Henry, driver Engine Co. No. 1, res 839 Franklin 

Taylor James K., student University 

Taylor James M., atty-at-law (IS F) res E s Webster bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 

Taylor J. N., brakeman C P E E, res Oakland wharf 

Taylor John, farmer, res S s Sycamore nr San Pablo av 

Taylor John, contractor, res 475 East Eleventh 

Taylor John jr., student, res S s Sycamore nr San Pablo av 

Taylor John W., bookkeeper, res 253 Eighth 

Taylor J. W., broker (S F) res Berkeley Farm House, 
Berkeley 

Taylor Live W., manufacturer medicines, res 813 Brush 

Taylor L. W., carpenter, res 768 Fifth 

Taylor M. A. Mrs., res W s Clay nr Fifteenth 

Taylor Margaret, res 839 Franklin 

Taylor Monroe, restaurant steamer Oakland, res NE cor 
22d av and East Fourteenth 

Taylor E. A. Miss, res W s Clay nr Fifteenth 

Taylor E. G., painter and grainer with How & Doolittle, res 
cor Thirty-sixth and Peralta 

Taylor Samuel, brakeman C P E E 

Taylor Walter, student, res cor Bay Place and Telegraph av 

Taylor William, res 839 Franklin 

Taylor William, clerk, res W s Maple nr Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Taylor William, laborer Oakland Lumber Yard 

Taylor William, merchant (S F) res cor Bay Place and Tele- 
graph av 

Tearney Barney, laborer, res W s West nr Fourteenth 

Teas M. E. Mrs., res 661 Ninth 

Teel A. Mrs., res cor Shattuck and Mariposa av, Temescal 

Teel Hugh A., student University 



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368 OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 

Teeple G. M., switchman C P E E, res N s Eighth nr Wood, 

WO 
Teeple Henry, stevedore, res S s Goss bet Wood and Willow 
Telfer James, carpenter Grove-st Planing Mill, res 267 

Ninth 
Temple Emma L. Miss, teacher Oakland High School, res 

Blake House 
Temple Lucy E. Miss, teacher, res Blake House 
Templeton H. T. Mrs., res 110 East Twelfth 
Tenney Alfred D., student University 
Tenney W. A. Rev., res N s Brown bet Telegraph av and 

Grove 
Tennison Talleg, organ builder, res NE cor Franklin and 

Third 
Terney John, wines and liquors, 854 Broadway, res 1015 

Washington 
Terril Edward F., carpenter, res S s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Terry A. B., band sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res Alta 

House 
Terry Benjamin, res Overland House 
Terry C. C, contractor, res N s Lincoln bet Willow and 

Campbell, W O 
Terry Thomas, harness cleaner with Newland & Pumyea, res 

462 Seventh 
Terry Y. P. Mrs., res Alta House 

Tesney J. F., teamster, res W s Market bet Fourth and Fifth 
Tester Annie, domestic, N s Seventeenth nr Telegraph av 
Tetreay M. A., blacksmith, res 519 Eighth 
TEUTONIA HALL, David Wemmer proprietor, 416-418 

Eighth 
Tevis Henry L., student University 
Tevis Joshua, atty-at-law, res S s East Fourteenth nr 30th 

av, Fruit Vale 
Tevlin Patrick, laborer, res W s Henry bet Third and Fifth 
Thacher Alfred B., teacher, res S s Laurel nr Telegraph av 
Thacker Robert A., plasterer, res NE cor 13th av and East 

Fourteenth 
THACKER T. W., proprietor Nevada Market and wholesale 

and retail dealer in choice American meats, store and 

res SE cor Myrtle and Third 
Thane Joseph E., bookkeeper, res 816 Myrtle 
Thar sand Edward, gardener with D. B. Hinckley, Fruit 

Vale av 
THARSING & LAKE (Chris. Tharsing and Thomas Lake) 

fruit and produce, 1736 Railroad av 



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OAKLAND [ X ] DIRECTORY. 369 

THARSING CHRISTOPHER (Tharsing & Lake) res Fruit 
Vale av 

Tharsing Edward, coachman with G. W. Grayson, res W s 
Jackson bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Thatcher J. T., fireman C P R E, res William nr Wood, W O 

THAYER EDWARD F., wines and liquors, 464 Eighth, res 
S s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and Grove 

Thayer I. E., bookkeeper with A. Crawford (S F) res Seventh 
bet Union and Adeline 

Theaville Joseph, driver Broadway and Telegraph av R R, 
res Temescal 

The Central Land Co., T. B. Haswell secretary, 954 Brdwy 

THE CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 
(R. C.) Rev. M. King pastor, N s Jefferson bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth 

THE REAL ESTATE UNION, William H. Jordan mana- 
ger, office 921 Broadway, room 12 

Theobold Harry, superintendent Lake Merritt boat house 
and special policeman 

Thiel Martin, res 781 East Twelfth, rear 

TfflRD DISTRICT COURT, S. B. McKee judge, County 
Court House, room 2 

Thirst William, carpenter, res Union Hotel, E 

Thomas Arthur, painter, res 1021 Franklin 

Thomas E. H., compositor Transcript, res S s Ninth bet 
Broadway and Washington 

Thomas F. F., mining superintendent, res Blake House 

THOMAS FRANK E., dealer wood and coal, 413 Tenth, 
res 415 Tenth 

Thomas George G., clerk, res 814 Harrison 

Thomas Joel L,, salesman with Waterhouse & Lester (S F) 
res 814 Myrtle 

Thomas John, laborer C P R R, res NW cor Atlantic and 
Campbell, W O 

Thomas Richard P., Standard Soap Co., cor Third and Ad- 
dison, res E O 

Thomas William D., policeman, res 563 East Eleventh 

Thomas W. P., bookkeeper Alameda County Branch Home 
Mutual Insurance Co, res SW cor Sixth and Washington 

Thompson — , carpenter, res SW cor East Seventeenth and 
9th av, E O 

Thompson Alfred, piledriver, res SE cor Railroad av and 
Wood 

Thompson Arthur L., clerk (S F) res 862 Castro 

Thompson Charles W., hostler City Hall Stables, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 

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370 OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 

Thompson Clinton, student University 

Thompson D. W. C. General, res W s Market nr Tenth 

Thompson Harry, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Thompson James, student Golden Gate Academy 

Thompson James M., stock broker, res S s Nineteenth nr 
Telegraph av 

Thompson J. B., foreman spinning department Pacific Jute 
Manufacturing Co, res cor East Eleventh and 3d av 

Thompson John, cook, res NW cor Third and Center 

Thompson John, carpenter, res 354 Sixth 

Thompson John, res E s Franklin bet Seventeenth and Du- 
rant 

Thompson John, res 410 Tenth 

Thompson N. J., carpenter, res 862 Castro 

Thompson William, clerk, res N s Twenty-second, nr West 

Thompson William H., carpenter, res S s Fifth bet Filbert 
and Linden 

Thomson A. D., bookkeeper First National Gold Bank and 
Notary Public, res 808 Myrtle 

Thomson Bros. (John and George Thomson) New York Ba- 
kery, 910 Broadway 

Thomson George (Thomson Bros) res 833 Broadway 

Thomson James S., secretary Industrial School (S F) res 
1017 Ninth av 

Thomson John (Thomson Bros) res 833 Broadway 

Thomson Peter, real estate, res NW cor Logan and Tele- 
graph av , 

Thomson Kodney W., res S s Charter nr Telegraph av 

Thomson Samuel, agent Union Insurance Co. 900 Broad- 
way, res 1013 Washington 

Thomson Thomas, pile driver, res N s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 

Thomson Walter, master mariner with Samuel Heywood 

Thomson W. Edward, salesman (S F) res NW cor Thirty- 
sixth and Telegraph av 

Thorn Anna M., res 662 Fifth 

Thorn John, res 410 Tenth 

Thornburgh M. K., commission merchant (S F) res SW cor 
Ninth and Chester, W O 

Thorne James, board and lodging, res 527 Seventh 

Thorne John, salesman with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 
res N s Tenth bet Broadway and Franklin 

Thornhill Frank, bootblack, res foot Franklin 

Thornton A. W., physician and surgeon, office and res NE 
cor Castro and Seventh 

Thorp James H., inventor and proprietor Excelsior Burglar 
Alarms, 472 Seventh, res 225 Bush (S F) 



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THREE MILE HOUSE, Joseph P. Dievcs proprietor, San 

Leandro Road 3 miles from E O 
Thrift E. A. Mrs., res 1069 Thirteenth av 
Throssel William, proprietor Eagle House, G12 Broadway 
Tlmrman William J., res NW cor Taylor and Campbell, W O 
Thurnagel C, pedlar, res 866 East Fourteenth 
Thurstin Dianna, ladies' nurse, W T s Thirteenth nr Broadway 
Thurston Eugene T., dealer in sewing machines, res 1002 

Third 
Tibbals J. S., contractor and builder, res W s Franklin nr 

Durant 
Tichborn Francis, plasterer, res S s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 
Tidmarch C. Mrs., res E s Wood bet Lincoln and Twelfth, 

WO 
Tiernan Patrick, foreman shipwright W D Co 
Tierney John, laborer, res N s Twentieth nr Franklin 
Tierney Kate Miss, seamstress Grand Central Hotel 
Tierney Patrick, laborer, res N s Twentieth nr Franklin 
Tietge Ernest, lumberman (S F) res S s Sixteenth nr Center, 

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372 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Tiffany B. L., traveling agent Bethesda Water, res E s San 

Pablo av nr Nineteenth 
Tiffany Ephraim E., salesman with Olmsted & Howe, res 

605 Tenth 
Tiffany Owen, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Tilden Charles L., student University 
Tilghman LucindaMrs., res N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Tilghman Salina, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Tilley G. H., constable, res" 829 Franklin 
Tillson Fred. M., res 831 Market 
Tllson Charles, helper Oakland Planing Mill 
Timmons Patrick, laborer, res 717 Myrtle 
Timons Kichard, painter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Tims M. Mrs., res The Centennial 
TINKHAM & BUTTERFIELD (M. M. Tinkham and A. 

J. Butterfield) livery and boarding stable, 370 Eleventh 
TINKHAM M. M. (Tinkham & Butterfield) res Franklin 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Tisch David, foreman with W. F. Kelsey, res Bay pi bet 

Broadway and Telegraph av 
Titcomb W. A., cigars and tobacco, NE cor Ninth and 

Broadway, res SE cor 7th av and East Eleventh 
Titus Willis B., fireman C P K B, res W s Campbell bet 

Railroad av and William 
Tobey William B., bookkeeper with Gladding, Surryhne & 

Co., res Bartlett House 
Todd William, painter, res W s Chestnut nr Third 
TODTMANN THEODORE E., wines, liquors and watch- 
maker, 459 Seventh 
Tolan Kate, domestic, SW cor Twelfth and Adeline, W O 
Toland Thomas O., student University 
Tolman Jane C. Miss, teacher literature and rhetoric Mills' 

Seminary 
Tolmie George, res Goss nr Pine, W O 
Tomkins Joseph G., engraver (S F) res S s Twelfth bet 

Wood and Willow, W O 
Tommerup Envold, collector, res SE cor Eighth and Camp- 
bell 
Tompkins Andrew J., carpenter, res S s Twenty-second nr 

Linden 
Tompkins Clark, res S s Seventeenth nr Clay 
1 Tompkins Joseph, engraver, res 1230 Broadway 
Tompkins Joseph Mrs., milliner, store and res 1230 Bdwy 
Tonner Preston, painter, res 832 Thirteenth 
Toohey John P., switchman C P R R, res N s Division nr 

Wood, W O 

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OAKLAND [T] DIRECTORY. 373 

Toohig James, carpenter, res S s Twenty-first nr Broadway 
Toole Thomas J., carpenter CPEE, res W s 13th av bet 

East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Toomey Dennis, teamster, res N s Elm nr San Pablo av 
Toomey Mary Miss, res S s Elm nr San Pablo av 
Toomey Mary Mrs., res N s Third bet Filbert and Linden 
Toomy Edward, deckhand steamer Oakland, res S s Pacific 

nr Campbell, W 
Topping Charles W., with W. F. Cook, res W s Cedar bet 

Railroad av and Division 
Tormer John, laborer W D Co, res Campbell nr Adeline 
TORKEY & BUGBEE (James M. Torrey and S. W. Bug- 
bee) proprietors Pacific Cleansing Works, foot Railroad 

av, W O 
Torrey David, bootmaker with D. Stuart, 905 Broadway 
TORREY JAMES M. (Torrey & Bugbee) res Ns Eleventh 

nr Madison 
Torrey J. M., with Castle Bros., res 124 Eleventh 
TORTIN VICTOR L., clerk with Bemillard & Bros., res 

613 Tenth 
Touchard Albert, student, res 1077 Eighth 
Touchard Gustave, president Union Insurance Co (S F) res 

1077 Eighth 
Tourney Julius, clerk, res S s William bet Pine and Cedar 
Tow B. S., glassware, 1062 Broadway, res SE cor Eleventh 

and and Jefferson 
Towan M. Mrs., furnished rooms, Fourteenth bet Franklin 

and Broadway 
Tower B. S. (F. R. Stevenson & Co.) res SE cor Jefferson 

and Eleventh 
Towle John F., shaper Pioneer Planing Mill, res Es Filbert 

nr Twenty-eighth 
Towle S. G. Miss, teacher Harrison School, res SE cor 

Tenth and Adeline 
Towle Thomas F., propr Tremont House, 53 San Pablo av 
Towle Thomas S., broker (S F) res Tremont House 
Towle T. S. (W. W. Fowler & Co.) res W s San Pablo av 

nr Sixteenth 
Town P. A., carpenter W D Co, res Pine bet Seventh and 

Eighth, W O 
Towne William H., photographer, res W s Linden nr Four- 
teenth 
Townes P. A., carpenter, res Cedar nr Railroad av, W O 
Townley C. E., carpenter, res Sunnyside House 
Townsend & Wright (Joseph A. Townsend and Benjamin 

Wright) furniture and bedding, 468 Twelfth 



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374 OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 

Townsend Charles H., cabinetmaker, res NE cor East 
Twenty-second and 11th av 

Townsend Cornelius, laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty- 
seventh 

Townsend Emma B. Miss, res N s Twelfth nr Adeline, "W O 
ta J Townsend J. N., res 716 Fourteenth 

§ j Townsend Joseph A. (Townsend & Wright) res N s Twelfth 
3 nr Adeline, W 

^ Townsend Mary A., widow, res cor Shattuck and Higgins 
c3 av, Berkeley 

3 Townsend Eichard, carpenter, res 610 Ninth 

TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR, Edwin Hunt, office Court House 
af . Tozer Charles H., capitalist, res 627 Third 

1 Trankle Henry K., clerk Union Hotel, E O 

g Trask S. D. (Fleming & Trask) res 13th av nr Twelfth 

* Travers Edward W., ship broker, 210 Battery (S F) res 917 
c2 Jefferson 

£ Travers — , res W s 11th av bet East Fifteenth and East Six- 
g teenth 

P Treadwell George A., mining (S F) res N s Sycamore nr 
rt Grove 

2 TREASURER CITY, H. Hillebrand, office City Hall, rm 4 
| TREASURER COUNTY, Charles E. Palmer, office County 
g Court House, room 2 

** Treat C. H., laborer, res N s Short bet Cedar and Bay, WO 

§ Treat D. W., car builder, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 
Pine, W O 
k Treat Mary B. Miss, student University 

3 Treat Thomas B., hatter, res X s Forty-sixth nr Tele- 
d graph av 

Eh Trefethen E. A., clerk, CPKK, res cor Lincoln and Wil- 
low, W O 

* Treloar T. G., carpenter W D Co 

ffl Treloar William, with Enterprise Mills, res NE cor Henry 
O and Railroad av 

c Trelute Leon, fireman Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., res 
East Teenth bet 3d and 4th avs 
Trembley J. B., physician, 921 Broadway, room 13, res NW 

cor Myrtle and Eighth 
Tremont House, Thomas F. Towle rn'oprietor, 53 San Pa- 
blo av 
Tretheway John, conductor C PRE, res Tosemite Hotel, 

Alameda 
Trescott Joseph C, livery, sale and boarding stable, 405 

Twelfth, res cor Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
Trewella Martha, res 461 Ninth 

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TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., William E. Dargie, presi- 
dent; W. R. Kennard secretary, publishers Oakland 
Daily Evening Tribune, 911 Broadway 

Triest J., res Kelsey House 

Triplet James, constable, res Mansion House, E 

Tripp Dwight K., atty-at-law, 401 California (S F) res 67 
East Twelfth 

Tripp E. Mrs., res 67 East Twelfth 

Trost Gustavus A. (Classon & Trost) res SW cor New 
Broadway and Durant 

Truax V. J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Overland 
House 

Trudell A., laundryman Tubbs' Hotel 

True George H., stage driver with Steere & Colby, res SE 
cor 13th av and East 12th 

Truett — Mrs., res W s 16th av and East Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth 

Truworthy Thomas E., res W s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Tschaler Andrew, baker New York Bakery, res Stewart's 
Hotel 

Tubbs Hiram (Tubbs & Co., S F) res 266 East Twelfth 

TUBBS HOTEL, John M. Lawlor & Co. proprietors, N s 
East Twelfth bet 4th and 5th avs 

Tuck John W., carpenter, res Alta House 

Tucker Charles M., clerk County Recorder, res Eighth nr 
Campbell, W O 

Tucker Emma R., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res cor 
13th av and East Twelfth 

TUCKER J. W., druggist, 1760 Railroad av, res Grand 
Western Hotel, W O 

Tucker Rhoda L. Miss, student University 

Tucker S. F., foreman Lime Point, res SW cor East Twelfth 
and 13th av 

Tucker S. J. Mrs., school teacher, res SW cor East Twelfth 
and 13th av 

Tucker Theophilus, plasterer, res cor Twenty-seventh" and 
San Pablo av 

TUCKER W. J., agent Emerson, Ford & Co's Saws, Beaver 
Falls, Pa., office 907 Broadway, res W s Filbert nr 
Twenty-eighth 

Tuckey John, machinist, res N s Twenty-first nr Market 

TUFFORD J. H..(S. B. Boyce «fc Co.) res S F 

Tuft S., hostler with Cummings & Rowe, res NE cor Rail- 
road av and Wood 

Tulloch James, miner, res 325 Sixth 

Tully Thomas, student University 



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376 OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 

TUM SUDEN H. (H. Turn Suden & Co.) res cor 13th av 

and East Sixteenth 
TUM SUDEN H. & CO. (H. Turn Suden and Frederick 

Brunjes) groceries, crockery, hardware, etc., SW cor 

14th av and East Twelfth 
Tunnell Byron J., student University 
Tupper Harry, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 13th av 
Tupper Morula, widow, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 

13th av 
TURBINE WINDMILL. CO., A. Lanclon president, W. W. 

Landon secretary, N s Second bet Washington and 

Broadway 
Turnbull Thomas P., painter, res Myrtle bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-third 
Turnbull Walter, stockbroker, res 1029 Sixth av 
Turner G. H., conductor C P K E, res SE cor Willow and 

Atlantic, AV O 
Turner G. W., clergyman, res S s Seventh nr Market 
Turner James, res Eagle House 
Turner Mathew, master mariner, res S s Goss nr Wood, 

WO 
Turner R. N., farmer, res NE cor Ninth and Jackson 
Turner Robert. M. jr., student University 
Turner Bosario, capitalist, res S s University av nr Sixth, 

West Berkeley 
Turner W. E., atty-at-law (S F) res S s Hobert nr Telegraph 

av 
Turney John, calker, res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Tusher Frederick, switchman C P R R, res cor Willow and 

Taylor, W O 
TUTTLE CHARLES A., Supreme Court reporter, res W s 

Telegraph av nr Chester 
Tuttle E. D., bookkeeper, res 773 M}-rtle 
Tuttle William H., bricklayer, res S s Fifth bet Filbert and 

Linden 
Twombly C. H., teller First National Gold Bank, res 1015 

Webster 
Tye J., millhand Grove-st Planing Mill 
Tye John F., stairbuilder, res N s Twenty-eighth nr Myrtle 
Tye William, res 576 Fourth 

Tve William, carpenter, res N s Twenty-eighth nr Myrtle 
Tyghe T., car cleaner C P R R, 

Tyler Charles, night clerk C P R R wharf, res Railroad Ex- 
change 
Tvler Edward, laborer, res 856 Jefferson 
Tyler George, porter C P R R 



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Tyler George M., res 464 Third, rear 

Tyler Joseph H., policeman, res Union Hotel, E O 

Tyler Samuel, master mariner, res N s Fourth bet Madison 

and Oak 
Tyler Theodore B., compositor Tribune, res 503 Eleventh 
Tyrrel Jeremiah, under sheriff, Court House, res Brooklyn- 
township 
Tyrrell Patrick J., car repairer CPKK, res cor Lewis and 

Third, W O 
Tyson James, teamster, res SE cor Twenty -third and Tele- 
graph av 



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Umlauff Philip (Wise & Umlauff) res 707 Broadway 

Unda Carmen Miss, dressmaker, shop and res SW cor Uni- 
versity and San Pablo avs, West Berkeley * 

Unda Clarinda Miss, dressmaker, res SW cor University and 
San Pablo avs, West Berkeley 

Unda Peter, farmer, res cor San Pablo and University avs, 
West Berkeley 

Unda Ygnacia Mrs., res cor San Pablo and University avs, 
West Berkeley 

Underwood George S., carpenter, res N s Twenty-first nr 
West 

Underwood Henry D., bookkeeper with Chase & Baker and 
operator W U Tel Co, res S s Lincoln bet Wood and 
Pine, «W O 

Underwood I. A., mining, res NE cor Taylor and Wood, W O 

UNION BANK BUILDING, SE cor Ninth and Broadway 

UNION FLAG SALOON AND LODGING HOUSE, Fred- 
erick Wenderoth proprietor, 417 Seventh 

UNION HOTEL, Conrad Schneider proprietor, NW cor 13th 
av and Twelfth, E O 

Union Insurance Co., Samuel Thompson agent, 900 Brdwy 

UNION NATIONAL GOLD BANK, A. C. Henry presi- 
dent, H. A. Palmer cashier, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 

UNION RESTAURANT, J. Bieble proprietor, 902 Broad- 
way 

UNION SAVINGS BANK, J. West Martin president, H. 
A. Palmer vice-president and treasurer, SE cor Broad- 
way and Ninth 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Berkeley. See p 42-48 

Upton Maylon W., teller Pacific Bank (S F) res NW cor 
Sixteenth and Clay 



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Vacearezza Luigi, pedlar, res 322 Second 

Vail N. B., carpenter W D Co, res Fifth bet Center a ;d w 

Chester^ W 
Vail Rachel,' widow, res S s Fifth nr Center 
Vail Robert S., wharfinger C P R R, res N s Goss bet Pine "^ 

and Wood, WO <& 

Valleau J S. G., carpenter, res 1120 Washington £ 

Vallee — , res 470 Third g: 

Vallejo N. P., ticket collector C P R R, res cor Tenth and cd 

Filbert * *§ 

Valentine Jacob, miller with Babcock & Gonld, res 806 Clay ° 
Valley C. A., laundry man Contra Costa Laundry a 

Van Alter Peter, plasterer, res 601 Franklin p 

Van Amringe John, bookkeeper, res SE cor 12th av and East 

Fifteenth | 

Van Deburgh F. L., superintendent A & P Tel Co, res 1018 p 

Adeline P 

Van De Mark William N., teacher elocution, 462 Twelfth g. 

VAN DER NAILLEN ALBERT, principal Institute Civil g* 

Engineering, 461 Ninth, res cor 3d av and Sumner, 3 

Temescal 
Van Dyke Walter, atty-at-laAv (S F) res E s 5th av nr East 

Twenty-third 
Van Dyke William M., student University 
Van Embergh David G., res Thirteenth bet Broadway and J 

Washington 
Van Epps John, carpenter, res N s Thirteenth bet Franklin 

and Webster 
Van Haltren Albert, lather, res 601 Franklin 
VAN HALTREN PETER, plasterer, res NW cor Second 

and Jackson 
Van Tassel Thomas, res W s San Pablo av nr Twentieth 
Van Vleet Elijah J., clerk U S Mint (S F) res 1053 Alice g 

Van,Voorhies & Brearty (W. Van Voorhies and F. J. Bre- 

arty) attys-at-law, 859 Broadway 
Van Voorhies R. J. (R. J. Van Voorhies & Co.) res Grand 

Central Hotel 
Van Voorhies R. J. & Co. (R. J. Van Voorhies) apothecaries, 

1051 Broadway I §* 

Van Voorhies William (Van Voorhies & Brearty) atty-at-law, 

859 Broadway, res Eureka Hotel 
Van Vrankin Benjamin, carpenter, res N s Fifteenth nr 

Kirkham, W O 



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Van Wyck John C, physician, res 512 Sixth 

Vance W., contractor, res Stewart's Hotel 

VANDERBILT JOHN H. (Hewett & Vanderbilt) res 1012 
Webster 

Vanderbrook Kichard, painter with Farwell & Garrigan, res 
460 Fifth 

Vane James F., foreman with Dalziel & Moller, res NE cor 
Twentieth and Broadway v 

Vane William, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res N s Elev- 
enth nr Kirkham 

Vargus Manuel, laborer C PER, res Third bet Chestnut 
and Henry, W O 

Varney Thomas, capitalist, res 935 Filbert 

Vassault Ferdinand, student University 

VAUGHN & FUHR (A. H. Vaughn and C. A. Fuhr, pro- 
prietors Grand Central Hotel, S s Twelfth bet Webster 
and Harrison 

VAUGHN A. H. (Vaughn & Fuhr) res Grand Central Hotel 

Vaughn S. B., shipwright W D Co 

Vaughn W. H., teamster, res Union Hotel, E O 

Vehrt George, waiter Eureka Hotel 

Veirs Jesse, ast Co Jailor, res County Court House, rear 

Veirs Jesse E., bookkeeper with E. C. Boobar & Co. (S F) 
res E s Campbell nr Railroad av, W O 

VENITIAN GARDENS, L. Bignami proprietor, 574-576 
Seventh 

Venturer Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Verhave Adrian, physician, 970 Broadway, res 810 Harrison 

Verhave John, druggist, store and res SW cor East Twelfth 
and 6th av, E O 

Vernon G. B. General, res S s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jef- 
ferson 

Vernon Joseph W., painter, res N s West Fifth bet Center 
and Chester 

Veyrat Alphonse, waiter Washington Hotel 

Veyrat Maurice, proprietor Washington Hotel, NW cor 
Washington and Second 

Victor E. B. Miss, res N s Seward nr Willow, W O 

VICTOR SEWING MACHINE, Benjamin Browning agent, 
466 Twelfth 

VIENNA CHEMICAL STEAM DYEING WORKS, Geo. 
Manefeld proprietor, 834 Broadway 

Vildosala Rosita, res S s East Fourteenth bet 18th and 19th 
avs 

Villemain Frank, saloon and res W s Telegraph av nr Tem- 
escal creek 



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OAKLAND [ V ] DIRECTORY. 381 

Villion Eomain, cook with J. Marquis, res -161 Ninth 

Vincent Albert, foreman Brooklyn Planing Mill, res Twenty- 
eighth nr Filbert 

Vincent John H., butcher with J. H. Davis, res W s 13th 
av bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, E O 

Vincent Joseph, laborer, res S s East Fifteenth bet 16th and 
17th avs, E 

Vincent Sevin, nurseryman, res N s East Fourteenth nr 
30th av 

Vincent W. R., carriagemaker, E s Wood bet Railroad av 
and Goss, W O, res N s Goss bet Cedar and Bay, W O 

Vining George H., expressman, res N s Charter nr Tele- 
graph av 

Vinzent Charles, res SE cor 5th av and East Tenth 

Viscovich & Donahue (John Viscovich and B. J. Donahue) 
restaurant, 460 Seventh 

Viscovich John (Viscovich & Donahue) res 360 Fourth 

Voelker A. C. Mrs., res SE cor Franklin and Durant 

Voelker George, apprentice with Chris. Schreiber, res 956 
Webster 

VOGEL JOHN, groceries and liquors, SW cor West Fifth 
and Lewis 

Vogelsanger & Burgelin (Marx Vogelsanger and Louis Bur- 
gelin) butchers, 1104 Market 

Vogelsanger Marx (Vogelsanger & Burgelin) res NW cor 
Fifteenth and Kirkham 

Vogler John F., glazier with W. S. Murphy, res cor Frank- 
lin and Third 

VOGT DAVID (Streit & Vogt) res 808 Jefferson 

Vogt David J., res N s Thirteenth bet Franklin and Webster 

Vogt Delia, clerk with George W. Edwards, res 416 Thir- 
teenth 

Vogt John, cigars and tobacco, 830 Broadway, res NE cor 
Thirteenth and Webster 

Vogt Kate Mrs., nurse, E s Webster bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third 

Volker Henry, upholsterer, res E s San Pablo av nr Charter 

Volker John Henry, upholsterer with P. Schreiber, res San 
Pablo av nr Twenty-first 

Vollner Peter, tailor, res Birch nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Von Adelung Edward, teacher music Mill's Seminary, res 
SE cor 3d av and East Tenth 

Von der Horst John H., res 663 Sixth 

Von Gardinosky Emil, res 461 Ninth 

VON GLAHN JOHN F., groceries and liquors, SW cor 
Railroad av and Center 

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Von Ohlsen Frank, washer Berkeley Laundry 

Von Spruhe Henry, foreman Berkeley Laundry 

Yoorhees Eugene F., painter, res 840 Webster 

Vorliies Mary J. Mrs., res 771 Washington 

Vorhies M. J., widow, res 811 Brush 

Vosburgh CM, Mrs., res junction Market and San Pablo av 

Voslanber Henry, shoemaker with B. Nedderman, res East- 
ern Hotel 

Vrooman George S., porter with A. B. Ross & Co. (S F) 
W s 20th av bet East Twelfth and East Fourteenth 

Vrooman Henry, city attorney, City Hall, res S s Sixteenth 
nr Jefferson 

Vulvey C. A., carpenter CP EE, res Railroad Exchange, 
WO 



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Wa Cheung & Co., tea, coffee and cigars, 377 Seventh 

Wa Lee, laundry, W s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Wachs A. N., dry and fancy goods, 1017 Broadway, res 

Broadway bet Fourteenth amlFifteenth 
Waddington John, printer with J. E. White 
Wade J. L., res 562 East Fourteenth 

Wade Simon H., printer, res SW cor 11th av and East Eigh- 
teenth 
Wadsley Thomas, laborer, res NE cor Fifteenth and Frank- 
lin 
Wadsworth M. S, farming, res W s Peralta and Seward, W O 
Waer George A., farmer, res Forty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Waer Philip H., farmer, res S s Forty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Wagar Lemuel, blacksmith, res 359 Eleventh 
Wagner William, confectioner, res W s Campbell nr Eighth, 

WO 
Wahlenmaier Charles, res E s Chester nr Third 
Wahlenmaier H., carpenter, res Soracco House, W O 
Wainright John, shipping clerk (S F) res S s Lincoln bet 

Wood and Pine, WO 
Wait Cornelius, res W s Webster bet Fifteenth and Six- 

. teenth 
Wait Herbert, carpenter, res Eland House 
Waite & Pones (John Waite and John H. Fones) stair build- 
ers, 367 Tenth 
Waite Cornelius, carpenter, res cor Twenty-seventh and San 

Pablo av 
Waite H. H., carpenter Enterprise Mills, res Alta House ' 

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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 383 

Waite John (Waite & Fones) res Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefterson 
Waithman Joseph, res Tubbs Hotel 
Wakefield Arthur T., clerk with Sanford, Kelsey & Co., res 

Edward nr Telegraph av 
Wakefield Charles, res Tubbs Hotel 
Wakefield Charles,polisher Contra Costa Laundry 
Wakefield Leland H., res NW cor 7th av and East Seven- 
teenth 
Wakeman M. L., widow, res NE cor Tenth av and East 

Eleventh 
Walbridge Jennie Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, 

res Mansion House 
Walcott Edward E., /salesman (S F) res N s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood, W O 
Walker Alexander, res W s Chester nr Ninth, W 
Walker Anna Miss, dressmaker, res N s Twenty-second nr 

West 
Walker C. H , watchmaker California Watch Co., res Park 

House, WB 
Walker Charles, shipwright W D Co, res Central Pacific 

Railroad House, W O 
Walker Charles F., salesman with Chase & Baker, res SE 

cor Seward and Pine, W O 
Walker E. B. Mrs., res Blake House 
Walker George M., carpenter, res NW cor 21st av and East 

Sixteenth 
Walker James, patternmaker, res 661 Jefferson 
Walker James G., liquors (S F) res W s Chester nr Ninth 
Walker John, stableman with Johnson & Downing, res 413 

Fourth 
Walker John C, shoemaker with D. Stuart, res E s 5th av 

bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Walker John R., night watchman C P R B, res E s Lewis 

bet Third and Fifth, W O 
WALKER JONAS M., res S s Twelfth bet Madison and 

Jackson 
Walker Sterry, Mountain Dairy, res N s Seventeenth nr 

West 
Walker Theodore L., agent Hartford Fire Insurance Co., 

1007 Broadwav, res NE cor Vallev and Locust 
Walker Wilber, bookkeeper with Blethen & Terry, res 1004 

Third 
Walker William, carpenter, res 270 Seventh 
Wall Benjamin P., student University, res NW cor West 

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Wall C. G., painter, res 323 Eleventh 

Wall Jesse S., merchant, res 963 Clay 

Wallace Caleb H., station agent CPER, res 762 Sixth 

Wallace Clarence H., student University 

Wallace Edwin, teamster, res 417 East Twelfth 

Wallace James F., mining, res E s Wood nr Lincoln, W O 

^Wallace J. M., special policeman, res cor East Twelfth and 

Market 
Wallace John A., carpenter W D Co 
Wallace Robert, res 364 Tenth 
Wallace Ryland B., student University 
Wallace Thomas, mining (S F) res W s Telegraph av nr 

Forty-eighth 
Wallace William T., student University 
Walbrook Henry, gardener, 907 Clay 
Wallenspiel A. C, engineer CPRE, res S s Goss bet 

Wood and Willow, W O 
Wallis B. F., salesman Oakland Planing Mill 
Wally George H., carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Walrath Robert H., bookkeeper (S F) res W s Washington 

nr Tenth 
Walsh Anna, domestic, N s Division nr Pine, W O 
Walsh Cornelius, plumber, res cor Twenty, sixth and Union 
Walsh Cornelius jr., clerk, res cor Twenty-sixth and Union 
Walsh D. F., bricklayer, res NE cor Twenty-fourth and 

Telegraph av 
WALSH D. F. MRS., fancy goods and dressmaking, NE 

cor Twenty-fourth and Telegraph av 
Walsh Edmond, laborer CPER, res Goss bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Walsh Elizabeth, 503 Eleventh 
Walsh Michael, res 812 Third 

Walter Otto, printer (S F) res S s Taylor nr Willow, W O 
WALTER W. A. (Shakespear & Walter) and member City 

Council, res 606 Fourteenth 
Walterfield Alfred, laborer C P R R, res Short bet Cedar 

and Division, W O 
Walters Martin, master mariner, res cor Sixteenth and 

Center, W O 
Walters Thomas, res E s San Pablo av, North Temescal 
Waltham Charles F., compositor Oakland Daily Transcript, 

res S s Ninth bet Franklin and Webster 
Walther George, baker Grand Central Hotel 
Walton Charles, res W s Harrison bet Third and Fourth 
Walton Jesse, U S Mint (S F) res 1055 Broadway 
Walton Joseph, tailor, res 403 Ninth 



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OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 385 

Wancel Frank, carpenter, res S s TWenty-first nr Broadway 
Wand Thomas N., merchant, res S s Middle nr Chester, 

WO 
Wandesford Harrold, bookkeeper, res N s Sycamore nr 

Grove 
Wandesforde Juan B., artist, res N s Sycamore bet Tele- 
graph av and Grove 
Wands M.J. Mrs., res N s Sixteenth nr Clay 
Wangerin Joseph D., barber, shop and res W s Telegraph 

av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 
Wantzel Emma, domestic, W s Telegraph av nr Charter 
Ward Bridget, domestic, 1057 Filbert 
Ward Charles P., clerk with Charles Jones, res Centennial 

Block 
Ward D. Henshaw, res Lake N end Madison 
Ward Edward, laborer, res W s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 
Ward Edward, laborer C P B R, res Seventh nr Broadway 
Ward Emma Mrs., milliner and res Centennial Block 
Ward Fannie Miss, student University 
Ward James, sawyer with Price & Moore, res 12 Mission, 

SF 
Ward James, stableman Fashion Livery Stable 
Ward James G., blacksmith, res Eland House 
Ward John, dairy, E s Telegraph av, 1 mile S of University, 

res cor Twelfth and Linden, W O 
Ward John, plasterer, res 368 Ninth 

Ward Lizzie Miss, folder Signs of the Times, res 759 Jeffer- 
son »• 
Ward Maggie, domestic, cor Broadway and Merrimac 
Ward Thomas, gardener, res W s Campbell nr Eighth, W O 
Ward Thomas, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Ward William M., carpenter, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-sec- 
ond 
Ward — , gardener, res W s Campbell nr Eigth, W O 
Waring John B. Mrs., res SW cor Telegraph av and Delger 
Warner Aaron K., capitalist, res NE cor East Sixteenth and 

11th av 
Warner Eleon L., baggage master Market-st Station, res cor 

Eleventh and Castro 
Warner Franklin (Whitcher & Warner) res W s Brush bet 

Second and Third 
Warner John, dentist, res N s Walton nr Grove 
Warner Sarah Miss, milliner with Mrs. J. J. Bettman, res 

Tenth bet Franklin and Webster 
Warren Alice Miss, res 122 Ninth 
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386 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Warren Ed. T., carpenter, res Es Telegraph av nr Weston 

Warren Eugene H., clerk with W. C. Mason <fe Co., res W s 
8th, av bet East TVelftli and East Fourteenth 

Warren E. W., res NW cor 8th av and East Seventeenth 

Warren Francis, laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Weston 

Warren George A., melter's department U S Mint (S F) res 
N s Seventeenth nr West 

Warren George T., coachman with G. S. Dodge, res SW 
cor Eighth and Madison 

Warren N. E., carpenter, res Eastern Hotel 

Warren Orrin P., physician, office and res Broadway bet 
Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Warren Stephen, printer, res E s Telegraph av nr Weston 

Warren Welcome, farmer, res N s Twenty-fourth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Warrington Samuel, shoe findings, 470 Eighth 

Washburn Charles E., student University ' 

Washeim D., telegraph operator, res 675 Fourth 

Washeim David, res 260 Eighth 

WASHINGTON BREWERY, Charles Bredhoff proprietor, 
NE cor Broadway and Sixth 

Washington Hall, SE cor East Twelfth and 6th av 

Washington Hotel, Maurice Vep-at proprietor, NW cor 
Washington and Second 

Washington James, hairdresser, Union Bank Building, res 
409 Sixth 

Wasson Joseph, editor, res 514 Tenth * 

Waterers Valentine, boilermaker W D Co, res Goss bet 
Wood and Pine, W O 

Waterfield Albert, laborer, res N s Short nr Cedar, W 

Waterfield Charles, laborer W D Co 

Waterman E. K., tinsmith with J. H. Howard, res S s East 
Fourteenth bet 10th and 11th avs 

Waters Mary Mrs., res 963 Webster 

Watkins Delos S., student University 

Watkins H. H., sash and blindmaker, res W s Willow nr 
Chase, W 

Watkins Philip, watchman C P R R, res W s Willow nr Tay- 
lor, W O 

Watkins P. T. Mrs., res W s Broadway bet Hawthorn and 
Moss avs 

Watkinson Henry, cashier Contra Costa Laundry, res The 
Centennial 

Watkinson William, switchman C P R R, res 370 Sexenth 

Watriss George C, draugtsman W D Co, res 216 Leaven- 
worth (S F) 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 387 

Watson Clark, carpenter, res NE cor 5th av and East Seven- 
teenth 

Watson E., clergyman, res E s 4th av nr East Seventeenth 

Watson E. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 508 Eighth 

Watson Elizabeth J., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 
cor 7th av and East Nineteenth 

Watson George, shipwright W D Co, res Central Pacific 
Railroad House, W 

Watson George W., lumber, res W s 8th av bet East Eight- 
eenth and East Nineteenth 

Watson H. H., marine surveyor, res N s Twenty-sixth nr 
Broadway \ 

Watson John, contractor, res E s Jefferson bet Tenth and 
Eleventh 

Watson John, shipwright W D Co 

Watson John, with Contra Costa Laundry 

Watson John B., res E s 4th av nr East Seventeenth 

Watson John E., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor 
Twenty-eighth and Linden 

Watson J. W., carpenter and contractor, res N s East Sev- 
enteenth bet 5th and 6th 

Watson Lizzie Miss, teacher, res iSE cor East Nineteenth 
and 7th av 

Watson M. A. Mrs., res 710 Tenth 

Watson William, carpenter, res SW cor East Sixteenth and 
8th av 

Watson William C, plasterer, res cor Twenty-fourth and 
Market 

Watters Jesse L., brakeman C P R R, res West Oakland 
House 

Watton Charles, printer, res 363 Ninth 

Watts John, carpenter, res N s Atlantic bet Willow and 
Campbell, W O 

WATTS RICHARD, proprietor Railroad Exchange Hotel, 
N s Railroad av nr Bay, W O 

Watts Samuel, carpenter W D Co 

Watts Stephen, carpenter, res N s Eighth nr Wood, W O 

Watts William, tanner and currier, res W s Chestnut nr 
Thirtv-second 

Watts William A., farmer, res W s Chestnut nr Thirty-fourth 

Wattz William, carpenter, res NE cor East Twelfth and 
12th av 

Wayne Mary, domestic, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Weaver George, res 812 East Twelfth 

Weaver George, tanner with J. S. Derby, res East Four- 
teenth bet 15th and 16th avs 



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388 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Webb A. H., stockbroker, res N s East Fourteenth nr 32d 
av, Fruit Vale 

Webb Alonzo, atty-at-law (S F) res N s Sixteenth nr Grove 

Webb B. F., ticket collector CPEE steamers (S F) res N 
s Goss bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Webb Joseph, machinist CPRE, res Goss bet Wood and 
Pine, W O 

Webb J. Watson, physician and surgeon, 959 Washington 

Webb Watson, manager North America Life Ins. Co. (S F) 
res W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Webb William F., conductor C P R E, res N s Goss bet 
Wood and Pine, W O 

Webb — Mrs., matron Mills' Seminary 

Webber Charles, master tugboat, res S s Third nr Curtis 

Webber Mack, stockbroker (S F) res 1228 Broadway 

Webber Sarah, retoucher with Bluett & Fardon, res San Le- 
andro 

Weber Adolph H., student University 

Weber Valentine, baker, store and res 880 East Fourteenth 

WEBSTER A. B., real estate agent and assessor, 626 East 
Twelfth, res N s East Seventeenth bet 10th and 11th avs 

Webster Edgar, deputy recorder, res 713 Tenth 

Webster Edgar W., clerk (S F) res S s Lincoln bet Wood 
and Willow, W O 

Webster James A., deputy assessor, res S s East Sixteenth 
bet 4th and 5th avs 

Webster John V., res Fruit Vale av 

Webster Mary E. Mrs., res W s 6th av bet East Seventeenth 
and East Eighteenth 

Webster Morris, brakeman C P R R, res 729 Myrtle 

Webster Reginald H., student University 

Webster Thomas, carpenter, res W s 6th av bet East Seven- 
teenth and East Eighteenth 

Webster William, shipwright W D Co 

Wedderspoon John (Cross & Co., S F) res 958 West Tenth 

Wedderspoon Thomas C. (Cross & Co., S F) res 958 West 
Tenth 

Wedgwood William O., contractor, res N s Goss nr Wood 

Weeden E. H. Miss, res W s Alice bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 

Weeks A. J., carpenter Tubbs' Hotel 

Weeks George, carriage painter with Henry Weeks, res cor 
5th av and East Sixteenth 

Weeks Henry carriage manufacturer, horseshoeing and black- 
smithing, NE cor 6th av and East Eleventh, res cor 5th 
av and East Sixteenth 



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Weider Daniel, carpenter, res E s West nr Lydia 

Welder Frank, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res E s 

West nr Lydia 
Weidinger George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Weidmore George, res N s Goss bet Pine and Wood, W 
Weingart Louis, butcher, res 711 East Twelfth 
Weisernan Theodore, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Weitrnan J. L. (G. S. Henry & Co.) res W s Harrison nr 

Fourteenth 
Welch Abraham (Weston & Welch) res SW cor 11th av and 

East Sixteenth 
Welch Alfred J., atty-at-law (S F) res N s Lydia nr Market 
Welch Andrew, laborer with Shakespear & Walter, res 414 

First 
Welch David, laborer CPEE, res Mechanics' Home 
Welch George D., master mechanic CPRE, res N s Goss 

bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Welch Guy C, res 816 Clay 
Welch James, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Welch James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Welch John, car repairer CPRE 
Welch John, molder (S F) res cor Eighteenth and Kirkham, 

WO 
Welch Joseph W., student University 
Welch L. B., clerk with H. L. Roff & Co., resSlO Howard 

(SF) 
Welch Michael, carpenter, res N s Fifth nr Adeline 
Welch Patrick, laborer CPRE, res cor Lewis and Third, 

WO 
Welch S., plasterer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Welch Thomas, laborer, res 417 Second 
Welch Thomas, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Welch Thomas, laborer CPEE, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Welch William, tinsmith with J. C. Bullock, res Sixteenth 

bet Kirkham and Center 
WELSCHER & WESTERMAN (Louis Welscher and 

Adolph Westerman) proprietors Brooklyn Brewery, SW 

cor 18th av and East Fourteenth 
WELSCHER LOUIS (Welscher & Westerman) res SW cor 

18th av and East Fourteenth 
Welcker Adair, student University 
Welcker Mendell, professor music, res 729 Tenth 
Welcker W. T., chief military instruction University 
Welke Albert, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
WellmanB., wholesale groceries (S F) res S s East Four- 
teenth nr 33d av, Fruit Yale 



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390 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wells Austin A., carpenter, res 960 Grove 
WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S EXPRESS OFFICES, RollinC. 
Gaskill agent, Nicholl Block, 472 Ninth ; and Steere & 
Colby agents, SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Wells Frank J., clerk with Thomas & Anderson, res Wilcox 
ai House 

j§ Wells John, bootblack, 464 Seventh, res cor Alice and Fifth 
3 Wells N. W., res NE cor Twentieth and Telegraph av 
•g Wells S. T., clergyman, res 1019 Fifth av, E O 
<a Wells Stilson, painter, res Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
Welsh P., laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
Welsh Richard, miller with Jacob Samm 
Welsh Thomas, laborer, res Charter Oak Hotel, W O 
WEMMER DAVID, proprietor Teutonia Hall, 416-418 

Eighth 
WEMMER JOHN, cabinetmaker, 406 Ninth 
S WENDEROTH FREDERICK, proprietor Flag saloon and 
£ lodging house, 417 Seventh 

g Wenk Charles, laborer, res E s Lusk nr Evoy av 

Wentworth A. J., laborer Enterprise Mills, res S s Eighth 
bet Washington and Clay 
is Werner Lawrence, bootmaker, res junction Peralta and Mag- 
nolia 
Wertheimber S., clerk with Smilow & McLaurin, res 379 
Eleventh 

P Wertheimer Louis, hardware (S F) res W s Telegraph av 
nr Twenty-fourth 
Wertz Kate M., student University 

West End Club, A. W. Scott president, SW cor University 
fjj av and Chapel, Berkeley 

Eh WEST END HOTEL, Isaac Standring proprietor, SW cor 
Railroad av and Peralta 
West John, laborer, res S s East Seventeenth bet 5th and 

6th avs 
West John D., engineer, res cor Seventeenth and Kirkham 
WEST OAKLAND PRESS, DeWitt C. Lawrence proprie- 
tor, N s Railroad av bet Wood and Willow 
Westall M. Mrs., res 617 Thirteenth 
Wescott Edward W., carpenter and builder, res N s Eighth 

nr Campbell, W O 
Westerdahl William, upholsterer, res Eland House 
WESTERMAN ADOLPH (Welscher ...& Westerman) res 

SW cor 18th av and East Fourteenth 
WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO, B. R. Bates man- 
ager; offices Union Bank building, Grand Central Ho- 
tel, Post Office, W O, and Post Office, E O 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 
OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 391 

Westfal George H., with Contra Costa Laundry 

Weston & Welch (F. E. Weston and A. Welch) proprietors 

Clinton Flouring Mills, SW cor 12th av and East 

Eleventh 
Weston F. E., president Alameda Macadamizing Co. (and 

Weston & Welch) res E s Broadway nr Moss av 
Westover A. E., plasterer, res 665 Fourth 
Wetherbee Henry, lumber, res NW cor Fruit Vale and 

East 14th av, Fruit Vale 
Wetmore C. A., reporter Alta (S F) res NW cor Tenth and 

Clay 
Wetmore Chauncey E., real estate, res 833 Market 
Wetmore C. J., ticket agent C P E E steamers (S F) res 

res N W Cor Tenth and Clay 
WETMORE E.L. (J. L. Wetmore & Co.) resNW cor Tenth 

and Clay 
WETMORE J. L. (J. L. Wetmore & Co.) res NW cor 

Tenth and Clay 
WETMORE J. L & CO. (J..L. and E. L. Wetmore) real 

estate and house Agents and collectors, 922 Broadway 

(UnionBank building) 
Wetmore Octavia Miss, teacher Durant School, res SE cor 

Franklin and Durant 
Wetmore William P., plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 
Wetzler Henry, clerk with W. S. Wilkerson, res 67 San 

Pablo av 
Weymouth T. D., carriage manufacturer, 365 Eleventh, res 

NW cor San Pablo av and Delger 
Whaites Ada A. B. Miss, student University 
Whaley Harrison M., laborer, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 
Whaley H. M., carpenter W D Co 
Whaley John, gardener, res S s Seventeenth bet Brush and 

West 
Whalley Emilie Mrs., res 623 Tenth 
Whalley G. H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Whalley James W., field assistant City Engineer, res 623 

Tenth 
Whalley Thomas, blindmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, res 623 

Tenth 
WHARFINGER OAKLAND CITY WHARF, William 

Harwood, City Hall 
Wharton Joshua, painter, res N s Linden av nr Telegraph av 
Wharton J. E., grain, flour, feed and hay, 408 Tenth, res 

SE cor 21st av and East Twenty-fifth 
Wharton Maria Mrs., ladies' hair doctress, resNicholl Block 



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392 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wheaton Benjamin, stairbuilder, res N' s Divisioh nr Wood, 

WO 
Wlieaton George H., commission merchant (S F) res NW 

cor Lake and Madison 
Wlieaton Miles B., carpenter, res Ws Kirkham nr Eleventh, 

WO 
Wheaton William R., atty-at-law (S F) res E s Poplar bet 

Tenth and Eleventh W O 
Wheeler George, laborer with Joseph Hunt 
Wheeler John H., student University 
Wheeler John P., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 323 

Fifth 
Wheeler Peter, physician and surgeon, office and res Grand 

Western Hotel, W 
Wheeler Boscoe, captain tug Lottie, res 757 Webster 
Wheelock — , mining, res 1228 Broadway 
Whelan Alanson, carpenter, res 311 Fourth 
Whicher & Warner (J. E. Whicher and Franklin Warner) 

real estate, 464 Ninth 
Whicher Jeremiah E. (Whicher & Warner) res NW cor 

Grove and Eighth 
Whicher John A., real estate reporter and searcher of 

records, 464 Ninth, res NW cor Grove and Eighth 
Whipple Orison, bookkeeper with James Larue, res S s 6th 

av bet East Seventeenth and East Eighteenth 
Whirlow Hattie E. Miss, student University 
Whitaker David, carpenter, res 403 Ninth 
Whitby Frank, student University 
Whitcomb Alice H., student University 
Whitcomb Frank K., student University 
Whitcomb George, ticket collector C P B B, res S F 
Whitcomb George F., machine hand Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res SE cor Third and Castro 
Whitcomb Sylvester J., painter, res Bailroad av nr Point, 

WO 
White A. A., dry goods (S F) res E s West nr Seventh 
White Annie, domestic, S s Eighth nr Adeline 
WHITE CARLOS, publisher, 532 Clay (SF) res 624 Twelfth 
White Charles T., carpenter, res cor Chestnut and Thirty- 
sixth 
White Cornelius, carpenter W D Co 

White Cornelius, organ builder, res W s Cypress nr Fif- 
teenth, W O 
White C. W., res Peralta nr Eighth, W O 
White Emma L., paper folder with Signs of the Times, res 

NE cor Eighteenth and West 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 393 

White H., shipwright W D Co 

"White Henrietta Miss, res cor Twenty-first and Linden 

White Henry, clerk, res W s Chester nr Linden 

White Henry, tinsmith, res Union Hotel, E O 

White Henry, wines and liquors, saloon and res cor 1st av 

and East Twelfth 
White Henry K., cooper (S Fj res S s Twelfth nr Kirkham 
WHITE HOUSE SALOON, L. G. Garon proprietor, foot of 

Broadway 
WHITE JAMES, editor Signs of the Times, res NW cor 

Eleventh and Castro 
WHITE JAMES E., job and music printer and publisher, 

454 Twelfth, and dealer pianos, organs and sheet music, 

456 Twelfth, res NE cor Eighteenth and West 
White James E., sawyer Enterprise Mills, res Fifth nr Clay 
White James J., butcher, res NE cor West and Fifteenth 
White J. B., realestate, res 926 Myrtle 
WHITE J. J. (Rice & White) res West bet Fifteenth and 

Sixteenth 
"White John C, draughtsman C P E E, res cor Twenty-first 

and Linden 
White John Mrs., res 950 Adeline 
White John D., student University 
White Joseph, painter, res 831 Franklin 
White Louisa E., teacher Franklin-st Grammar School, res 

Fifteenth bet West and Market 
White Mary, domestic, cor Telegraph av and Merrimac 
White Maurice, farmer, res E s College av one-half mile 

south Berkeley 
White Michael, laborer, res E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 
White Philo. G., wharfinger Berkeley Landing 
WHITE W. Q, foreman Signs of the Times, res NW cor 

Eleventh and Castro 
White William C, tinsmith with J. H. Howard, res Union 

Hotel 
Whitehead R. O., atty-at-law, 828 Broadway, res 518 Eighth 
Wliitehill Thomas G., carpenter WD Co, res N s Taylor bet 

Pine and Cedar, W O 
Whiteman John, clerk with Hirshberg k Greenbaum, 871 

Broadway 
Whiting L., whitener, res SE cor East Nineteenth and 13th av 
Whiting Samuel A., carpenter, res SW cor Railroad av and 

Willow, W O 
W T hitlatch J. W f ., mining, res 1117 Castro 
Whitlock Robert, asphaltum roofer, res E s Grove nr Twen- 
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WHITMAN WILLIAM W. (Burns, Whitman & Gardiner) 
res N s Charter bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

WHITNEY & CO'S EXPRESS, Jay Deming agent, 855 
Broadway, and Steere <fc Colby, SE cor 13th av and East 
Twelfth 

Whitney Alonzo D., manager People's Express, 857 Broad- 
way, res cor Adeline and Forty-second 

Whitney L. 0., res E s Adeline nr San Pablo av 

Whittier & Peckham (J. W. Whittier and A. E. Peckham) 
painters and whiteners, 516 Seventh 

Whittier John W. (Whittier & Peckham) res 516 Seventh 

Whittle Louis A., student University 

WTiitton Abel, manager University Press, University of Cal- 
ifornia, Berkeley 

Whitver James, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 

Wholebridge John, stocks (S F) res junction Peralta and 
Magnolia / 

Wiand R., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

WIARD EDWARD, Shell Mound Park Race Track, W s 
Temescal Creek, 1 mile W Temescal 

Wicker EL, cabinetmaker with E. Hook, res Eland House 

Wickersham Albert, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 845 
Franklin 

Wickersham M. S. Mrs., lodging house, Central Block, 1068 
Broadwav 

WIEMEYER, SCHUTT & SCHMITT (K. F. Wiemeyer, 
A. M. Scliutt and Carl Schmitt) Journal Company, 911 
Broadway 

Wiemeyer K. F. (Wiemeyer, Schutt and Schmitt) res Sacra- 
mento City 

Wiesser John, watches, clocks and jewelry, S s Railroad av 
bet Wood and Pine, W O 

WIGGIN MARCUS P., atty-at-law, Union Savings Bank 
Building, res 1015 Linden 

Wight A. S., Custom House officer, res cor Twenty-fourth 
and Yalley 

Wilber E., brakeman C P Pi R 

Wilbert Jacob, furniture, store and res 1212 Broadway 

Wilbur Sidney Rev., rector Church of the Advent, res 16th 
av nr East Sixteenth 

WILCOX BLOCK, SW cor Broadway and Ninth 

Wilcox Carlos H., carpenter, res W s San Pablo av nr 
Twenty-first 

Wilcox C. L., laborer with Thomas & Anderson 

Wilcox David, lumber, res N s Fourteenth bet Webster and 
Harrison 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 395 

WILCOX EDWARD B., proprietor Russell House, 1113 
Broadway 

Wilcox Herbert E., hardware and building material, 955 
Broadway, res SW cor East Fifteenth and 11th av 

Wilcox P. S., capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 

Wilcox William L., clerk with H. E. Wilcox, res SW cor 
11th av and East Fifteenth 

Wilcox — , blacksmith with Henry Weeks, res Eussell House 

Wilcox — , laborer, res Eland House 

Wilde Francis B., bookkeeper A. Roman & Co. (S F) res 
903 Jackson 

Wilder Fred. H., compositor Journal, res 834 Broadway 

Wilder William H., distributer Contra Costa Laundry, cor 
Fourteenth and Peralta, W O 

Wilds John A., carpenter, res E s 11th av bet East Eleventh 
and East Twelfth 

Wiley M. J. Miss, res 508 Eighth 

Wiley Robert, fireman CPEK, res Railroad Exchange 

Wilken John, bran packer with Jacob Samm 

WDLKERSON W. S., groceries and crockery, glassware, 
etc., SW cor San Pablo av and Seventeenth 

Wilkins James H., student University 

Wilkins John H. B., atty-at-law (S F) res E s Adeline bet 
Sixteenth and Eighteenth 

Wilkins William T., driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R R., 
res cor East Tweffth and oth av 

Wilkinson Harry, flagman C P R R, res S s Second bet 
Alice and Jackson 

Wilkinson W. H., cabinetmaker C P R R, res S s William 
bet Wood and Willow, W O 

Willard George A., clerk C P R R, res 353 East Twelfth 

Willard J. M., res 920 Sixth av, E O 

Willard John F., machinist, res E s Wood nr Twelfth, W O 

Willcutt George B., student University 

Willcutt Joseph L., secretary SPRR'(SF) res W s Linden 
bet Eighth and Tenth 

Willet E. H., cigars (S F) res S s Eighth bet Wood and 
Willow, W O 

Willett Daniel, carpenter, res cor Shattuck and Rose, Berke- 
leyville 

Willey F. W., car cleaner C P R R, res cor Pine and Atlan- 
tic, W O 

WILLEY L. A. MISS, proprietress Mansion House, Broad- 
way bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Williams A. F., mining, res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty- 
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396 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Williams A. Hinckley, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Second 
Williams Andrew Mrs., res N s East Seventeenth bet 9th 

and 10th avs 
Williams B. F., ship joiner W D Co, res W s Chester nr 

Ninth, W O • 
Williams "B. S. E., watchman C P E B, res Wood bet 

Eighth and Chase, W O * 
Williams Caleb O., contractor, res W s Brush nr Twenty- 
second 
Williams Charles, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Campbell, W O 
Williams C. S., master mariner, res 1020 Eighth av, E O 
Williams Curtis P., master mariner, res 512 East Fifteenth 
Williams Edward, bellman Grand Central Hotel 
Williams Emanuel, laborer, res S s Bristoll nr Seventh, 

West Berkeley 
WilKams Fannie, dqmestic, N s Sycamore nr Grove 
Williams Frank, foreman W D Co, res Chester bet Ninth 

and Tenth 
Williams George, res E s 6th av bet East Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth 
Williams George E., atty-at-law (S F) res W s 8th av bet 

East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 
Williams G. F., assayer, res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty- 
fourth 
Williams H. Mrs., res 301 Second 
Williams James, driver Fashion Livery Stable 
Williams James, horseshoer, 413 Fourth, res 712 Franklin 
Williams J. B., res N s East Seventeenth bet 9th and 10th 

avs 
Williams Jeremiah, carpenter, res 172 Second 
Williams J. H. H., broker, res Grand Central Hotel 
Williams J. Fisher, manager with Wm. T. Coleman <fc Co. 

(S F) res 1165 West 
Williams J. N., capitalist, res 915 Myrtle 
Williams John, barber, res 572 Sixth 

Williams J'. S., grocer (S F) res E s Chester nr Tenth, W O 
Williams L., helper Oakland Planing Mill 
Williams Lewis W., master mariner, res E s Webster bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Williams Maggie, domestic, cor Madison and Ninth 
Williams Mark A., painter, res S s Charter bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph avs 
Williams M. C., Gardener, res S s Brown nr Grove 
Williams Nelson W., photographer (S F) res S s Seward bet 

Willow and Campbell, W O 

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-OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 397 

WILLIAMS NICHOLAS, bakery and restaurant, 463-465 

Seventh, res Bartlett House 
Williams Prince Albert, res S s East Thifty-fourth nr 14th ,tv, 

Lynn 
Williams Robert, carpenter, W D C, res Railroad Exchange 
Williams S., res E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Williams S., porter C P R R 

Williams Samuel, res SE cor 5th av and East Eleventh 
Williams Sherrod, student University, res W s Market opp 

Eleventh 
Williams Solon H., student University 
Williams Thomas C., marker with I. Friedlander, res W s 

Magnolia nr Railroad av, W O 
Williams Thomas H. Gen., res W s Market opp Eleventh 
Williams Thomas S. (King & Williams) res Webster nr Six- ' 

teenth 
Williams Thomas T., horseshoer, 413 Fourth, res 712 

Franklin 
Williams Thomas W., master mariner, res E s Webster bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Williams William, bootmaker, res 471 East Twelfth 
Williams William, clerk, 849 Broadway, res 462 Sixth 
Williams — , res W s Wood nr Seward, W O 
Williams — , carpenter, res S s Eleventh nr Brush 
Williamson A. A., carpenter, res 770 Fifth 
Williamson Josephine Mrs., res 160 Seventh 
Willike Reinhard, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Willis V. J. Mrs., res E s Adeline nr Sixteenth 
Willisen Martin, carpenter, res 804 Franklin 
Willits Perry, res 171 Eighth 
WILLOW GROVE PARK, C. W. Ayers proprietor, N s 

University av bet Third and Fifth, W B 
Willsey E. J., contractor and brickmason, res S s Delaware 

nr Tenth, W B 
Willy — , laborer, res SE cor Pine and Atlantic, W O 
Wilsh M., res 475 Sixth 
Wilson Adelbert, policeman, res 518 Fifth 
Wilson Andrew, upholsterer with Chris. Schreiber, res 956 

Webster 
Wilson Charles, carpenter, res W s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Wilson Charles E., atty-at-law (S F) res 710 Tenth 
Wilson George L., student University 
Wilson J., pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co 
Wilson James, res NW cor East Fourteenth and 13th av 
Wilson James, pedlar, res NW cor East Eighteenth and 7th 

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398 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

WILSON JAMES, saloon, cor Third and University, res 

S s University av nr San Pablo av, W B 
"Wilson J. H. Mrs.,*res 946 Myrtle 
Wilson John, blacksmith, res Mansion House, E O 
Wilson John, mining, res S s Eighth nr Willow, W O 
Wilson John N. E., student University 
Wilson Joseph Major, res W s Market nr Eighteenth 
Wilson Joseph E., farmer, res junction Magnolia and Peralta 
Wilson Priscilla Mrs., res cor Goss and Wood, W O 
Wilson Samuel H., baker, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Wilson S. H. Miss, teacher Linoln Grammar School, res 

Webster nr Fifteenth 
Wilson William, carpenter CPRE, res Railroad Exchange, 

WO 
Wilson William, watchmaker and jeweler, 961 Broadway 
Wilson William A., student University 
Wilson William F,, salesman with I. Alexander 
Wilson — _, res 45 Valley 
Wilson — , res 720 Myrtle 
Wilson — Mrs., res W s Ninth av bet East Sixteenth and 

East Seventeenth 
Wilston Minnie, domestic, 1009 Washington 
Wiltermood Lemuel S., carpenter, res S s Thirty-ninth nr 

Telegraph av 
Wimple Thomas, expressman, cor Eighth and Broadway, 

res cor Twenty-fourth and Broadway 
Winans Joseph W. jr., student University 
Winant Charles P., res 710 Fourth 
Winant James J., master mariner, res 807 Market 
Winant Mark, contractor, res 807 Market 
Winant William W., res 711 Fourth 
Winchester John P. (Main & Winchester, S F) res S s Ho- 

bart nr San Pablo av 
Winchester L. Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 

Alameda 
Winckel Louis, bartender with Theo. E. Todtmann, res 459 

Seventh 
Wind Reuben, carpenter, res W s Telegraph av nr Seven- 
teenth 
Winetrout Elizabeth, widow, res Goss nr Point, W O 
Winetrout John, seaman, res Railroad av nr Cedar, W O 
Winetrout Mary Mrs., res Railroad av nr Cedar, W O 
Wing Hop, laundry, res SW cor Railroad av and Chester 
Wing Kee, laundry, N s Twelfth bet Franklin and Webster 
Wingate I. C, expressman, res 701 Washington 
Winkler Jacob, barber with C. Bartels, res 612 Fourth 

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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 399 

Winkle Louis, bartender, res 270 Seventh 

Winn Patrick, car repairer C PRE, res Wood bet Atlantic 

and Pacific, W O 
Winny — , carpenter, res S S Third nr Jackson 
Winslow Henry Mrs., res E s Wood nr Eighth, W 
Winslow Henry E., engineer U. S. Mint (S F) res E s Wood 

bet Eighth and Goss, W O 
Winslow Terrence, calker W D Co, res cor Birch and Maple, 

Temescal 
WINSOR SERRIL (Miller & Winsor) res 616 East Twelfth 
Winter Louisa Mrs., res 362 ISmth 

Winters John J., pile driver C P R R, res Railroad Ex- 
change, W O 
Wmthrop House, Andrew McGarry proprietor, 409 Seventh 
Wintringer Leander, superintendent Oakland, Brooklyn and 

Fruit Vale R R, res Tubbs' Hotel, E O 
Wintringer Leander jr., gasfitter with F. Schinimelpfennig, 

res N s East Eleventh bet 12th and 13th avs 
WIRTH CHARLES G., wines, liquors and cigars, 321 East 

Twelfth 
Wise A' Unilauff (Jacob Wise and Philip Unilauff) bakers, 

707 Broadway 
Wise B. J., stockbroker, res 1065 Jackson 
Wise Jacob (Wise k, Unilauff) res 707 Broadway 
Witham B. F., laundryman Tubbs' Hotel 
Withers Mary Mrs., res 503 Eleventh 
Withers W. E., brakenian CPEE 
Witson Logan, compositor Oakland Daily Transcript, res 

368 Fifth 
Witt Catherine Mrs., groceries and liquors, store and res 

NE cor Chester and Railroad av, W O 
Wittland William, merchant, res E s Campbell nr Railroad 

av, WO 
W T o Sing, laundry, 474 Sixth 
Woerner Jacob, butcher, 18 City Market, res cor Fifteenth 

and Jefferson 
Wold Johannah, domestic, N s Temescal creek nr Temescal 
W T olf Amev, clerk with Mellis Bros., res 875 Broadway 
Wolf G., res 320 Eighth 
Wolf William, carpenter Berkeley Laundry 
Wolff Joseph, tinsmith with A. Gemmell, res N s Sycamore 

nr Grove 
Wolfsohn — , res 362 Eighth 
WOLTER REIMER, wines and liquors, saloon and res W s 

13th av bet Twelfthand Fourteenth, E O 
Wolvin William, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Market 



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400 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wood Alfred, clerk C. B. Rutherford, res S s Sixteenth bet 

Castro and Brush 
Wood Alma, domestic, S s Logan nr Telegraph av 
Wood C. F., mail agent C K K E, res Tremont House 
Wood James C, boot and shoemaker, 469 Sixth, res S s 

Fifth bet Franklin and Webster 
Wood James E., carpenter, res cor Pine and Seward, W O 
Wood J. F., engineer, res E s Adeline nr Seventh 
Wood J. W., ticket collector steamers GPRK, res 940 

Myrtle 
Wood Thomas, gardener, res N s Twenty-fifth nr Telegraph 

av 
Wood Walter, painter with C. B. Rutherford 
Wood W. F. (Martin Kroll & Co.) res E s Broadway nr 

Thirteenth 
Wood W. H., job printer (S F) res S s Seward nr Pine, W O 
Wood William E., bookkeeper with J. M. Walker & Co. 

(S F) res S s Eighth bet Myrtle and Filbert 
Wood W. L., ship joiner, res XE cor Cedar and Atlantic, 

WO 
Woodall James, brakeman C P R R, res Third nr Chester, 

WO 
Woodhouse John J., paper carrier, res N s Nineteenth nr 

Market 
Woodman CD., compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

Eureka Hotel 
Woods Charles L., waiter with B. J. Donahue, res 1093 

Third 
Woods Charles Y., laborer C P R R, res 1093 Third 
Woods Frank, collector tickets steamers C P R R, res Rail- 
road av nr Pine, W O 
Woods James, brakeman C P R R, res Goss nr Pine, W O 
Woods John R., res E s Franklin bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 
Woods Joseph, brakeman C P R R, res Market nr Twelfth 
Woods L. A., brakeman C P R R, res Oakland Wharf 
Woods R. C, brakeman C P R R 

Woods Samuel S. Colonel, res NE cor Eighth and Jefferson 
Woodsworth James, hackman, res Cosmopolitan Hotel 
WOODWARD & TAGGART (E. W. Woodward and Grant 

I. Taggart) real estate agents and auctioneers, 460-462 

Eighth 
Woodward Charles, painter, res N s Atlantic nr Cedar, W O 
WOODWARD EDWIN W. (Woodward & Taggart) res E s 

Webster nr Eighteenth 
Woodward Gideon, real estate, res 567 Third 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 401 

Woodward James, hackman, res W s Linden bet Second 

Third 
Woodward ; — , capitalist, res Alta House 
Woof John, carpenter W D Co, res W s Willow nr Twelfth, 

WO 
Woof William, messenger A. & P. Tel. Co., res Willow bet 

Lincoln and Twelfth 
Woolf Joseph, tinner, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 
Woolsey E. H., physician and surgeon, office and res 1068 

Broadway 
Woolsey Frank, student University 
Woolsey James B., farmer University, W s Telegraph av, 

1 mile south 
Wor Yink (Chinese) laundry, cor Locust and Telegraph av 
Worden Ira, speculator, res 917 Webster 
Worden W. H., res 910 Filbert 
Work J. W., res Tubbs Hotel 
Wormser Samuel I., student University 
Worth J. L., harnessmaker with F. A. Marsten, res Grand 

Central Hotel 
Wright A. H., carpenter, res NE cor Thirtieth and Union 
Wright A. H., watchmaker, 465 Ninth, res cor Twenty-sixth 

and San Pablo av 
Wright Albert, fireman C P B B, res Goss nr Pine, W 
Wright Arthur G., blacksmith and res S s University av nr 

Ninth, W B 
Wright Benjamin (Townsend & Wright) res NW cor Frank- 
lin and Fifth 
Wright Edward, furniture, res 801 Webster 
Wright Edward E., draughtsman, res 571 East Twelfth 
Wright George, -freight clerk C P B B, res N s East Six- 
teenth bet 7th and 8th avs 
Wright George T., student University 
Wright Hugh M., marble cutter with Peter Hart, res NE 

Third and Franklin 
Wright Isaac, teacher California Military Academy 
Wright James, veterinary surgeon, res S s Twenty-first nr 

Telegraph av 
Wright J. B., conductor C P E E 
Wright J. G., carpenter, res N s Twenty-sixth nr West 
Wright John, carpenter, res SE cor East Seventeenth and 

11th av 
Wright Laura Mrs., res Tremont House 
Wright Mary, widow, res NW cor East Fifteenth and 8th av 
Wright S. Mrs., res 571 East Twelfth 
Wright William, porter C P E E 

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Wun Chung, laundry, 560 Seventh 

Wunder Henry, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy 

av & Lusk 
Wunderlin Stephen, wine and liquors, 422 Eighth 
Wung Lee, laundry, E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-sixth 
Wutherich Charles, porter with -Miley & Laage, res Union 

Flag 
Wyand Henry, carpenter, res 510 Eighth 
WYCK JOHN C, physician and surgeon, 921 Broadway, 

res 512 Sixth 
Wyckoff J. I. S., farmer, res N s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Wykoff D. H., carpenter, res Grand "Western Hotel 
Wyman B. H., bookkeeper with Berryman & Doyle (S F) 

res NW cor Twenty-sixth and Broadway 
Wyman George W., laborer with J. C. Trescott, res Pleas- 

anton 
Wymes John H., driver Whitney & Go's Express, res 371 

Fourth 
Wythe J. H. Piev., res W s West nr 10th 
Wythe J. H. jr. Kev., pastor Centennial M. E. Church, res 

W s West nr Tenth 
Wythe S.J. Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res W 

s West nr Tenth 
Wythe W. S., physician (S F) res W s West nr Tenth 



Yager John G., student University 

Tale Charles G., editor Mining and Scientific Press (S F) 
res 179 Third 

Tale John, clerk County Clerk, res 713 Tenth 

Tarcl George M., physician, res 621 Webster 

Tarrington E. A. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 456 Twelfth, res 
858 Jefferson 

Tates Charles M. (Tates & Co., S F) res 761 Fifth 

Tates Pi. R., with Murphy, Grant & Co. (S F) res NW cor 
Eighth and Grove 

Tates William H., master mariner, res N s Division nr Wood, 
WO 

YAW ART GEORGE (Chris. Bauder & Co.) res 838 Broad- 
way 

Teager Pauline, res S s Railroad av bet Filbert and Linden 

Tee Hop (Ohinese) laundry. S s Railroad av bet Wood and 
Pine, W O 

Tee Lee (Chinese) laundry, Oakland Point 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



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Yee Lee (Chinese) laundry, 467 Eighth 

Yelland Raymond D., teacher drawing and painting Mills' 

Seminary, res E s 11th av bet East Sixteenth and East 

Seventeenth 
Yerick Adam, carpenter, res 736 Linden 
Yerick Clark, brakeman C P R R, res 736 Linden 
Ye Son (Chinese) laundry, 702 Broadway 
Ying Lung (Chinese) lanndry, 622 Broadway 
Tolland Thomas, res 229 Twelfth 
York Annie, domestic, 1003 Twelfth 
York George, teamster with J. Lusk <fc Co., res cor Evoy av 

and Lusk 
York Robert, bookkeeper, res N s Charter nr Telegraph av 
York S. N., nurse, res Seventh nr Market 
Yorkoy Henrv, laborer, res N s Twentieth nr Franklin 
YOUNG & ROTHENBERGER (William Young and Joseph 

Rothenberger) upholstery and bedding, 374 Tenth 
Young Abel, ship joiner, res SE cor Seventh av and East 

Eleventh 
Young Albert E., carpenter, res W s Campbell bet Atlantic 

and Pacific, W O 
Young Andrew J., mining superintendent, res N s Ninth nr 

Kirkham, W O 
Young A. W., carpenter W D Co 
Young J. Mrs., teacher, res Newland's Hotel 
Young James, carpenter with Carmichael & Nixon, res Pa- 
cific House 
Young James M., baggagemaster C P R R, res S s Atlantic 

bet Pine and Wood, W 
Young J. G. Mrs., teacher, res Blake House 
Young John, salesman with D. Stewart, res SE cor Tenth 

and Franklin 
Young John, res 1001 Franklin 

Young Ladies' Club House, Miss A. H. Whitcomb presi- 
dent, SE cor University Grounds, Berkeley 
Young Lewis, bricklayer, res E s Chestnut nr Fifth 
Young Thomas D., lumber, 18-20 Spear (S F) res Railroad 

av nr Union ' 
YOUNG WILLIAM (Young & Rothenberger) res Stewart's 

Hotel 
Youngman George, laborer, res 262 Fifth 
Youngman Henry, carpenter, res 262 Fifth 
Youngman Henry, driver with Cole & Ralston, res 963 Third 
Youngman Michael, carpenter, res 262 Fifth 
Youngman Thomas, driver with Cole & Ralston, res 963 

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Youngman Thompson, laborer, res 262 Fifth 

Yule John, deputy county clerk, res 713 Tenth 

Yup Wah (Chinese) laundry, junction San Pablo av and 

and Market 
Yu Lung (Chinese) laundry, 655 Broadway 



Zander E. B. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res NE cor 10th av and 
East Tenth 

Zander William E., student University 

Zeier George, blacksmith with D. A. F. Meikle, res SE cor 
16th av and East Fourteenth 

ZeileFred W. jr., student University 

Zellner Ferdinand F., music teacher Mills' Seminary, res W 
s 11th av bet East Sixteenth and East Seventeenth 

Zent Isaac W., res N s East Fifteenth bet 11th and 12th avs 

Zeta Psi Hall, Harry Meek president and treasurer; Wil- 
liam Phelps secretary; NW cor Telegraph av and 
Dwight way, Berkeley 

Ziegenbein John, commission merchant (S F) res E s Per- 
alta nr Middle, W O 

ZIMMERMANS' GARDENS, Simon & Beck proprie- 
tors, NE cor Second and Harrison 

Zimmerman Louis, butcher, res 727 Filbert 

Zweifel Henry, barkeeper, Grand Central Hotel 



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Dealers in School and Miscellaneous 




OF ALL KINDS, 

NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS, 

Gold Pens, Pocket Cutlery, Legal Blanks, Fancy Articles, etc, 

457 Ninth, near Postoffiee, Oakland. 



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OF OAKLAND. 



Academies. 

(See Colleges and Seminaries ; also Schools.) 

Agricultural Implements. 

Everson W. & M., SW cor Ninth and Broadway 

Grosso & May, 1008 Broadway and SsKailroad av bet Cedar 

and Wood 
Northey & McGrath, 801-803 East Twelfth 

Apothecaries. 

Bowman Henry, 913 Broadway 

Conrad W. D., SW cor East Twelfth and 13th 

Dinsmore William G., 1059 Broadway 

Lemon S., E s Broadway bet Third and Fourth 

Morgan Bart, 913 Seventh 

Eeilly Paul J., 847 Broadway 

Sanford, Kelsey & Co., 971 Broadway 

Tucker J. W., 1760 Kailroad av 

Van Voorhies R. J. & Co., 1051 Broadway 

"Verhave John, SW cor East Twelfth and 6th av 

Architects. 

Day Clinton, 456 Eighth 

Donovan & Son, 856 Eighth 

Fee John D.,Ws Valley nr Twenty-fourth 

Gee Myron, cor Plymouth av and Elm 

Kirk William, 954 Broadway 

Mathews J. C, Union Park Building 

Mau Charles, 954 Broadway 

Meeter George, W s 16th av bet East Sixteenth and East 

Seventeenth 
Morris Jacob S., 807 Brush 



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Newsoni Bros., Benitz Block 

Prink Edward P., 520 East Fourteenth 

Stokes William, 921 Broadway 



WM. STOKES, 

Office, Room No. 14, Wilcox Block. 



REFERENCES. 

F. DELGER, C. B. RUTHERFORD, W. K. ROWELL, 

J. BECHT, . A. C. HENRY, P. THOMSON, 

A. J. SNYDER, G. W, DAM. 

CHARLES MATT, 
ARCHITECT. 



Office, room 2, 954 Broadway, N. E. cor. Ninth Street, 

OAKLAND. 
Plans, Specifications and detail drawings and estimates of all classes of 
buildings furnished with dispatch at reasonable rates. Superintendence done and con- 
tracts made. 

Artificial Stone. 

Duhrkoop & Goodman, 956 Broadway 

Attorneys at Law. 

Beebe Franklin, 954 Broadway 

Bowie G. W., 859 Broadway 

Brearty Francis J., 859 Broadway 

Byrne Peter, 963 Bailroad av 

Castello A. E., 828 Broadway 

Clark Thomas H., N s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 

Daniels Seth F., 456 Eighth 

Daniels S. L., 456 Eighth 

Earll Warner, N s East Fourteenth nr Thirty-second 

Evans Pierce, 517 Third 

Gardiner William C, N s Jones nr Telegraph av 

Gilbert Frank, 508 Eighth 

Gilcrest S. F., Union Bank Building 

Glascock John R. (district attorney) Court House 

Glascock William H., 921 Broadway 

Graham William M., 470 Seventh 

Hall E. B., 161 Seventh 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 






Drink Napa Soda ;i nil en jo\ lifeand health. Agency, 469 Ninth 



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Hamilton N.,Ws Jackson bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Havens J. F., 1069 Broadway 
Havens H. H., 1069 Broadway 
Leake Henry A., Union Bank Building 
Martin James C, 16 Wilcox Block 
May William B., E s Webster nr Durant 
McCallum John G., 1115 Jackson 
McKee Robert L., County Court House, room 3 
Montgomery Zach., 16 W ilcox Block 

Phillips D. T., E s Valley bet Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth 
Plunkett James C, 1055 Broadway 
Redman R. A., 957 Grove 
Redstone John H., 461 Ninth 
Shearer Sextus, Union Bank Building 
Tevis Joshua, S s East Fourteenth nr 30th av, Fruit Vale 
Turner W. E., S s Hobart nr Telegraph av 
Van Voorhies William, 859 Broadway 
Vrooman Henrv (city attorney) City Hall 
Whitehead R. b., 828 Broadway 
Wiggin Marcus P., Union Savings Bank Building 

Auction Stores. 

Marcus Isaiah, 869 Broadway 

Mollis Bros., SW cor Eighth and Broadway 

Auctioneers. 

De Puy James, 906 Broadway 

Ezekiels Mark, 301 Twelfth 

Lulley M. & Sons, 301 Twelfth 

Lyons & Kinsley, SW cor Washington & Ninth 

Olney & Co. (real estate) 857 Broadway 

Woodward & Taggart (real estate) 460-462 Eighth 

M. LULLEY & SONS, 



i£l uction and Commission ifferchants 







Eiery Description of FURNITURE always on hand. 

Office and Sales Room, 

301 Twelfth Street, under Grand Central Hotel, 
OAKLAND. 

P. O. BOX, 548. 



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408 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Bakers. 

Brandstetter Joseph, 908 Broadway 

Chambers & Constable, NE cor Twenty-fourth and Tele-' 

graph av 
Fowler D. C, 1218 Broadway 
Hampel C. F., 761 East Fourteenth 
Lanne Vincent, 912 Franklin 
Mallet J., 617 Broadway 
McGettigan Patrick F., Bailroad av bet Cedar and Pine, 

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Muller George, 1230 Broadway 
Paul & Reier, 815 Broadway 
Schaefer A. B. & Co., 470 Ninth 
Staehle Charles, 709 Broadway 
Thomson Bros., 910 Broadway 
Weber Valentine, 880 East Fourteenth 
Williams Nicholas, 463-465 Seventh 
Wise & Umlauff, 707 Broadway 

Banks. 

First National Gold Bank of Oakland, 969 Broadway 
Oakland Bank of Savings, 915 Broadway 
Union National Gold Bank, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 
Union Savings Bank, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 

Barbers. 

Bartels Charles, 457 Seventh 

Briones Bros., 844 Broadway 

Classen & Trost, 1010 Broadway 

Gressler Charles A., 707 East Twelfth 

Hallahan Thomas, 834 Broadway 

Held Ernest, Eleventh nr Broadway and Grand Central 

Hotel 
Jackson Oscar T., S s Bailroad av bet Wood and Pine,W O 
Maleton Edward, 919 Broadway 
Meyers Gustave W., 853 Broadway 
Mosca Ernesto, 828 Broadway 
Murat H., 777 East Twelfth 
Murdy R. J., Soracco House, W O 
Seeglitz Fred. W., 867 Broadway 
Silva John, 627 East Twelfth 
Smith John W., 701 Broadway 
Stewart William H., 471 Seventh 
Stulz Carl, N s Bailroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 
Wangerin Joseph, W s Telegraph av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



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Baths. 

Held Ernest, Eleventh nr Broadway and Grand Central 

Hotel 
Seeglitz Fred. W., 867 Broadway 
Stulz Carl, N s Railroad av bet \Vood and Pine, W O 

Billiard Saloons. 

Cronin J. M., 409-411 Twelfth 
Fennessy John, 863 Broadway 
Held & Neller, 1226 Broadway 

Blacksmiths. 

(See also Carriage and Wagon Makers.) 
Allen & Artman, 908 Franklin 
Allen M. W., SE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Carter William N., junction Magnolia and Peralta 
Casey Michael, 408 Seventh 

Davison Bros., E s Wood bet Kailroad ay and Goss, W 
Durham & Buffett, cor Eighth and Washington 
Folxath Adam, N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
Galvin James, Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Gownanlock James, Broadway bet Second and Third 
Hamilton W. H. H, 1064 Thirteenth av 
Hampel Henry F., N s Twelfth- bet Franklin and Webster 
Havarlin James, Cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph av 
Heath F. F., S s University av nr Ninth 
King & Williams, 414 Eleventh 
Klumpp & Kuerzel, 608 Broadway 
Kneale Benjamin, E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 
Lawless Patrick, Forty-fifth cor Telegraph av 
McGrew P. H., 1062 Thirteenth av, E O 
Meikle D. A. F., SE cor 16th av and East Fourteenth 
Murray & Roberts, N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
Nelson Matthew, cor San Pablo and University avs, W B 
Northey & McGrath, 801-803 East Twelfth 
Ollis Henry, 1008 Franklin 

Peterson August, cor University and San Pablo avs, W B 
Smith Edwin, 908 Franklin 
Smith John O'Neil, 520 Seventh 
Sohst Bros., NE cor Eighth and Franklin 
Sullivan Michael, 1086 Fourteenth av 
Vincent W. R., E s Wood bet Kailroad av and Goss, W O 
Weeks Henry, NE cor 6th av and East Eleventh 
Weymouth T. D., 365 Eleventh 
Wright Arthur Gf., S s University av nr Ninth 



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410 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Boarding Houses. 

Amyx Amelia, University av nr Humboldt av, Berkeley 
Bryant R. M., cor Chapel and Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Cassedy James, W s San Pablo av N Temescal 
Connor William B., San Leandro Road three miles from E O 
Day Lott, 503 Eleventh 

Down George, S s Railroad av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Ellsworth C. F. Miss, 411 Twelfth 
Magner Hannah, 1021 Franklin 
Olmsted L. H. Mrs., 1228 Broadway 
Powers Oliver P., 323 Eleventh 
Shaw M. E., 1160 Alice 
Shultz Elizabeth, 519 Eighth 

Smith Daniel, N s Railroad av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Stansbury W. C. Mrs., 1001 Franklin 

Sunnyside House, A. Baldwin, SW cor Thirteenth and Har- 
rison 
Thorne James, 527 Seventh 

SUNNY SIDE HOUSE, 

Cor. Thirteenth and Harrison Sts. 

OAKLAND. 

Furnished and Unfurnished Booms, with or without Board. 

House new and newly furnished. Pleasant locality. Twelfth street ears run within a 
half block of the house. 

A. BAI.myi3f. Proprietor. 

Bookbinders. 

Miller J. Fred, Wilcox Block, room 9 
Strickland & Co., (blank books) 1061 Broadway 

Books and Stationery. 

Auld & Barfred, 457 Ninth 

Burns Thomas R., SW cor Seventh and Broadway 

Dailey Peter J., 1762 Bailroad av 

Denison Eli, SW cor Eighth and Myrtle 

Hardy W. B., 959 Broadway 

Hollub Henry C, 855 Broadway 

Holmes John E. jr., 626 East Twelfth 

Lemon William M., 475 East Twelfth 

Moore Armstrong P., 1101 Broadway 

Perry S. A. & Co., 843 Broadway 

Richards W. A., 855 Boadway 

Rodolph Frank B., 1003 Broadway 

Strickland & Co., 1061 Broadway 



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Boots and Shoes— Retail and Custom Made. 

Alexander Isadore, 845 Broadway 

Baker John, 1104 Broadway 

Balzer John, 713 Broadway 

Barker S., NW cor Third and Broadway 

Broad Charles A., 952 Broadway 

Coffee & Furst, 837 Broadway 

Cornor C. W., 952 Broadway 

Covaco J. S., 412 Seventh 

Cronkrite John W., NE cor West Fifth and Lewis 

Dressier George, 624 East Twelfth 

Farrell John, 422 Third 

Fitzgerald E., 835 Broadway 

Flint Levi, S s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Fonte A., NE cor East Twelfth and 16th av 

Ford Albi , 1080 Fourteenth av 

Gallagher Edward, San Leandro Road, 3 miles from E O 

Green Joseph, 904 Broadway 

Grieser John, 420 Eleventh 

Hauschildt Henrv, 1057 Broadway 

Hill Mark T., 716 Broadway 

Hirshberg & Morrison, 1101J Broadway 

Holcomb & Outram, AV s Broadway bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth 
Huttleston George, S s Railroad av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 
Johnson William Henrv, 467 Sixth 

Kearney Thomas, W s Telegraph av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 
Konecke H., 912 Broadway 
Kundert Frederic, 47 San Pablo av 
Larson Gilbert, W s University av nr Sixth, W B 
Lehmann Henry G., 1155 Broadway 
Leyrer Gustav, 424 Ninth 
Lippmann Abraham, 841 Broadway 
Mareotte, Degrace & Co., 807 Broadway 
Nedderman B., 705 East Twelfth 
O'Keeffe Daniel, 681 East Twelfth 
Perdue T., S s Railroad av bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Raymond John, SE cor Third and Broadway 
Rosseau James, 305 East Twelfth 
Senram Frederick, 963 Broadway 
Stevenson F. W., 1020 Broadway 
Stuart Daniel, 905 Broadway 
Swas Antonio, 805 East Twelfth 
Wood James C, 469 Sixth 



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412 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Breweries. 

Brooklyn, Welscher & Westerraan, SW cor 18th av and 

East Fourteenth 
Oakland, Kranini & Dieves, cor Telegraph av and Durant 

and cor Ninth and Broadway 
Washington, Charles Bredhoff, NE cor Broadway and Sixth 

Brick. 

Burner & Young, foot of Broadway 
Heywood Samuel, Second bet Delaware and Bristol 
Kunkel Bros., cor 11th av and East Twenty-first 
Myers F. F. (fire) NE cor Third and Washington 
Parkinson W. H. (fire) NE cor Franklin and Tenth 
Remillard & Bros., .921 Broadway and foot of Webster 
Remillard & Co., 921 Broadway and foot of Webster 

Bridge Builders. 

California Bridge and Building Co., SW cor Second and 
Grove 

Brokers—House. 

Bigelow Elijah, 900 Broadway 

Bigelow Thaddeus B., 900 Broadway 

Doe Luke, 958 Broadway 

Mather, Millbury & Co., 907 Broadway 

Rowell William K., NE cor Broadway and Ninth 

Brokers—Money and Stock. 

Carl & Co., 922 Broadway 
Guernsey A. A., 906 Broadway 
Henry G. S. & Co., 907 Broadway 
Mix & Boyce, 907 Broadway 
Page F. S., 1007 Broadway 

Brooms. 

Cordes Herman, S s Sixth nr Broadwey 

Butchers. 

Allen William J., E s San Pablo av nr Twenty-eighth 
Ames Henry M. (wholesale) butchertown, Peabody's Landing 
Bregers C. W., 729 Fifth 
Cassidy & Lough, 800 Broadway 
Coutolenc J. H., NE cor Jefferson and Third 
Davis John H., W s 13th av bet Twelfth and Fourteenth, 
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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 413 

Deitrick E. A., 550 Seventh 

Duliou H. & A., 420 Ninth 

Farrell John, 903 Willow 

Finkeldey Henry, 705 Broadway 

Freeborn William H., SE cor Chester and Railroad av 

Gerhardy P. J. (S F Market) 829 Broadway 

Glaze J. W., 753 East Twelfth 

Goldsticker Michael, S s East Fourteenth bet 19th and 20th 
avs 

Grabs August, S s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Gross John P., Ss Railroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Guptil E. A., E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-Fourth and 
Twenty-fifth 

Hand William, NE cor Broadway and Twentieth 

Hann Thomas, E s Humboldt av nr University av, Berkeley 

Hayes, Carrick & Co. (wholesale) 655 East Twelfth 

Hubbert & Hulsmann, NE cor Twenty-fourth and Tele- 
graph av 

Jones C. H., 65 San Pablo av 

Koob Adam, 20-22 City Market 

Lafferty & Coursen, 461 Third 

Lange Theodore, NW cor Twenty-second and Market 

Liese Henry, 765 East Twelfth 

Maloney Peter, E s Shattuck nr University av 

Marquardsen & Becker, SW cor Castro and Sixth 

Mattern Harry, NW cor Ninth and Webster 

Miller John, 1753 Railrord av, W O 

Murphy Edward, S s Railroad av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 

Phillips Thomas T., S s Seventh bet Market and Myrtle 

Prescott & Bemis, 479 East Twelfth 

Rice & White, 2 and 6 City Market 

SchafFer Louis, 819 Broadway 

Schnltz Jacob, SE cor Eighth and Washington 

Scribner George W., 8-10 City Market 

Smith George E., Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Smith John F., SW cor Brush and Seventeenth 

Steward Michael Y., 309 East Twelfth 

Swords Patrick, cor Forty-eighth and Telegraph av 

Tautphaus Charles, SE cor Railroad av and Myrtle 

Thacker T. W., SE cor Myrtle and Third 

Vogelsanger & Burgelin, 1104 Market 

Woerner Jacob, 18 City Market 

Cabinet Makers. 

McCracken John H., 1070 Fourteenth av 
Moody & Eggert, SW cor Goss and Pine, W O 



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414 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Sehreiber Christian, 1105-1107 Broadway 
Wemmer John, 406 Ninth 

Carpet Beating- Machines. 

Miner Loran, S s Third bet Broadway and Franklin 
Robinson Aaron, 519 Second 

Carpets, Oil Cloths, Etc. 

(See also Furniture.) 

Hook Elijah, 1067-1071 Broadway 
Robinson Aaron, second-hand, 519 Second 
Sehreiber Christian, 1105-1107 Broadway 
Sehreiber Philip, 1064-1066 Broadway 
Starkweather & Son, 1153 Broadway 
Taylor Charles L., 1060 Broadway 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Abbott Charles, 957 Third 

Abbott Joseph E., 957 Third 

Adams Charles W., S s Chase nr Willow, W O 

Adams David L., 753 Webster 

Adams Bichard, 417 Seventh 

Ahearn John J., 701 Washington 

Ahern Peter, SW cor Seventeenth and Jefferson 

Ahem Thomas, SW cor Seventeenth and Grove 

Aien Christian, N s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 

Alexander M. G., NE cor Market and Twelfth 

Alger George C, S s Fifth bet Myrtle and Filbert 

Allen Bernard, NW cor Twenty-eighth and Filbert 

Allen William, cor Adeline and San Pablo av 

Anselmy Joseph, W s Telegraph av nr Forty-third 

Athey James, S s Lincoln nr Pine 

Athey John A., S s Lincoln nr Pine 

Atkinson J. W, NE cor Twenty-first and West 

Atkinson William, NE cor Harrison and Seventh 

Ayers Ransom G., SE cor Jefferson and Sixteenth 

Babcock John H.,Es Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 

Batchelder Phares J., 719 Ninth 

Batchelder William K., 813 Castro 

Bailey William H„ Ss Delaware nr Tenth, West Berkeley 

Baker Silas, N s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Baldwin Clifton, 517 Ninth 

Barker Matthias, S s Twenty-fourth nr Telegraph av 

Barkhouse Frederick C, 557 Sixth 

Barley G. W., 363 Ninth 

Barry M. S., S s Eighteenth nr West 

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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 415 

Bassett John W., 1117 West 

Bassett P. C, NW cor East Twentieth and 7th av 

Batstone James, N»s Taylor bet Cedar and Pine, W O 

Baunian John, S s Fifth bet Filbert and Linden 

Beadell Cnarles G., cor Second and University av, W B 

Beal John, E s Adeline nr Third 

Beal Moses H., W s Cedar nr Goss, W O 

Bean Archibald E., Ws "West nr Twenty-first 

Beebe Edwin L., 366 Ninth 

Beebe Edwin E., 366 Ninth 

Behen Michael, S s Fourteenth bet Franklin and Webster 

Belden Edward, N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 

Belinge Stephen, 725 Myrtle 

Bell George, Evoy av nr Adeline 

Bennett Alfred E., SW cor Jackson and Third 

Berger Matthias, S s Twenty-second nr Linden 

Bernard Noel, E s Adeline nr Second 

Berry William, E s Wood nr Taylor, W O 

Betancue Joseph F., S s Bay place nr Telegraph av 

Betts Orrington, N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Birch John, SE cor East Twelfth and 11th av 

Bixby Levi K., Es Brush nr Twentieth 

Black Josiah, S s Twenty-ninth nr San Pablo av 

Bliss W. C, 963 Franklin 

Bockins John, 414 Sixth 

Bodette Jose, E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

Bohlscheid Anthony, E s Grove nr Twenty-seventh 

Bonjour Henry, 617 Sixth 

Bonney Charles W., 717 Tenth 

Borland James, cor Twenty-first and Filbert 

Boynton Ira, W s Market bet Fourth and Fifth 

Bradt Hugh, 1021 Franklin 

Brainard & Fuller, 1110 Broadway 

Brarens Frederick, cor University av and Second, W B 

Breen Thomas, 379 Fifth 

Briggs William L., 734 Linden 

Brown Francis A., 806 East Twelfth 

Brown Henry, E s Henry nr Fifth 

Bryan Archie C, W s Henry bet Fifth and Seventh, W O 

Bryant B. M., cor Chapel and Bancroft way, Berkeley 

Bunce H. A., cor Bristol and Second, W B 

Burell A. W., 318 Third 

Burgess J. C, 701 Washington 

Bush David, 460 Fifth 

Bush Edward, N s Elm nr Grove 

Caine James E., W s Brush nr Seventeenth 



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Campbell Harvey, NW cor Castro and First 
Campbell James D., SE cor Fifth and Linden 
Campbell Norman, 732 Linden % 

Campbell Peter, 517 Ninth 
Garden William C, Ss Third nr Magnolia 
Carey Calvin, 856 Clay 

Carmiehael & Nixson, N s Twelfth bet Franklin and Web- 
ster 
Cai*r Lawrence, 219 Tenth 
Carter James A., 957 Franklin 

Cavanaugh Martin L., cor Birch and Napa, Temescal 
Chapneld James, 418 Third 

Chester Charles, N s Adeline bet Fifth and Seventh 
Child Edward, 458 Eighth, room 15 
Chisholm Duncan, S s Third bet Lewis and Peralta 
Clark K. A., N s Fifteenth nf Kirkham 
Clinton De Witt, 833 Seventh 
Cobb Charles T., 562 Seventh 
Coffin Fred. S., S s Lincoln nr Pine, W O 
Collard John, Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Collie John, S s Eleventh bet Castro and Brush 
Collins P. M., S s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Conley Charles, 1057 Thirteenth av, E O 
Coop John, N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Copp Stephen L., 728 Myrtle 

Cornall James, N s University av nr Shattuck, W B 
Cowell John, SW cor East Eighteenth and 8th av 
Cowley James, cor Second and University av W B 
Cox Frank J., E s Wood bet Atlantic and Willow, W O 
Crawford A. W., 624 Second 
Creaser James, 722 Filbert 
Croke James, W s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth 
Cropper W. L., 361 Ninth 

Crowley James, N s Second nr University av, W B 
Cutler A. W., 813 East Fourteenth 
Cutting Walter, 420 Fifth 

Dahl Frederick, N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Davidson James, E s Henry bet W Fifth and Seventh 
Davis Charles W., cor Bristol and Fifth, W B 
Davis Daniel H., 1059 Broadway 
Davis J. D., W s Shattuck nr Telegraph av 
Davis John, S s Third nr Jackson 
Deering Isaac, 665 East Twelfth 

Degardin Edward, N s East Eleventh bet 7th and 8th avs 
Degnan Thomas, S s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph av and 
Broadway 



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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 417 

Deinarais Charles, 8 s Twenty -first nr Telegraph av 

Dennen Augustus M., W s Willow bet William and Bail- 
road av , 

Deuschle John J., Forty-second nr Telegraph av 

Dey JayH., 403 Ninth 

Dickerson David, N s Taylor bet Cedar and Pine, W 

Dickerson David E., NE cor 13th av and East Fourteenth 

Dickerson William L.,Ws Henry bet West Fifth and Sev- 
enth 

Dille Jefferson T., N s Forty-sixth W of Broadway 

Dilley A. H., 716 Fifth * 

Dinsmore L., W s Chester nr Ninth, W 

Dixon John B., N s Twenty-fifth nr 8th av, E O 

Dohn William, N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 

Doling Frank, 835 Clay 

Donahue John T., Chester nr Chase 

Don-ell J. G., 577 Eighth 

Douglas O. P., W s Union nr Twenty-sixth 

Dowley E. J., 527 Seventh 

Dowling Richard H., Ss Fortieth nr Telegraph av 

Dungan R. M., nr junction Campbell and Peralta, W O 

Dunlap Henry, W s Curtis nr LVydia 

Eckles Clement, 814 Clay 

Edwards Edward W., N s W Fifth bet Center and Chester 

Edwards Justis, S s Forty -fifth nr Telegraph av 

Edwards William, 522 East Fourteenth 

Ellis C. H., 711 Castro 

English John T., S s Twelfth nr Kirkham 

Falkner James, N s Thirtieth nr Union 

Fallmer R. F., 423 Tenth 

Farmer Rudolph, 716 Broadway 

Filmerr Rudolph, 655 Washington 

Fisher Beriah T., 358 Seventh 

Fisk William H., N s William bet Cedar and Bay, W O 

Flood William E., NE cor Franklin and Third 

Fogg Joseph, 813 Market 

Forsyth Edwin R., N s Delaware nr Sixth, W B 

Foster John A., E s Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 

Fowler James M., N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 

Fox John F., NW cor William and WiUow 

Francis Elihu R., 356 Tenth 

Fraser D. McG., E s Linden nr Eighteenth 

Fraser Samuel W., 307 Third 

Frewing George, W s Henry nr First 

Frey Gustavus G., SE cor Wood and William, W O 

Frey James F., N s Chase bet Wood and Willow, W O 



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418 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Gage & Hurl, 476 Eighth 

Gale George, W s 9th av nr East Twenty-fourth 

Gallagher Daniel, W s Filbert nr Twenty-first 

Gallant Peter H., 719 Linden 

Garrison Elijah M., N s William bet Cedar and Bay, W O 

Gay David, foot Division, W O 

Gay William M., cor Brown and Market 

Gee Myron, cor Plymouth av and Elm 

Gentry Calvin B., SE cor Twenty-second and Telegraph av 

Getchell Sumner, W s Market opp Fourth 

Gibbs Josiah S., Ss Chase nr Wood, W O 

Gilbert Nathan, S s Kailroad av bet Chester and Henry 

Gilman John Pi., W s West bet Ninth and Tenth 

Glenan John, SE cor Twelfth and Center, W O 

Goodwin W. L., cor Campbell and Twelfth, AV O 

Gotchet John, cor Sixteenth and Center, W O 

Grant Horace A., Evoy nr Telegraph av 

Gray H. W., 760 Tenth 

Greenman N. W., 319 Fourth 

Greenough Charles C, 757 Webster 

Greer William, Shattuck nr Bose, Berkeley Ville 

Grindel George, 420 First 

Griswold George, 371 Seventh 

Grover Eliphalet, N s East Eighteenth bet 10th and 11th avs 

Hall William, cor Twenty-ninth and San Pablo av 

Halverson John, NE cor Thirtieth and Union 

Haniby Andrew M., W s Linden nr Third 

Hamel Peter, 1058 Eleventh 

Hanson Clarence S., 1008 Franklin 

Harden John B., 718 Filbert 

Harley M. F.,Ns Third bet Castro and Brush 

Harrington A. M., 661 Ninth 

Harris Clayburn, 521 Fourth 

Haskel B., E s Adeline nr Third 

Haskell Samuel, NE cor East Twelfth and 12th av 

Hassinger Samuel K., S s Seventeenth bet Jefferson and 
Grove 

Hays Edward R., 462 Fourth 

Hebberd Asa W., SW cor Twenty-first and Curtis 

Hemenway Anson B.,Es Vine nr Pine, W B 

Hemphill Ion, 759 Sixth 

Henderson L., W s 13th av bet East Fifteenth and East Six- 
teenth 

Henning John, E s Willow nr Lincoln, W O 

Henry Charles E., N s William b'et Cedar and Bay, W O 

Henry John H., W s Campbell bet Railroad av and William 

Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



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Hensley John H., 520 Eighth 

Herbst August, 667 Fifth 

Herget Emil W., S s Seventeenth nr West 

Hetherington J. W., SW cor Eighth and Willow, W O 

Hewett M. D., 1012 Webster 

Higgins John, cor B and Etta 

Hill Henry B., NE cor Eleventh and Center, W 

Hill William H., Ss Railroad av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 

Hine Willis H.. 516 Ninth 

Hitchcock C. N., Delaware nr Seventh, W B 

Holdsworth Bennett, N s Twenty-third nr Valley 

Holister David, 512 Eighth 

Holmes John E., 626 East Twelfth 

Hooe Daniel, 513 East Twelfth 

Hosmer James, 860 Harrison 

Hough Joseph Z., 522 Eighth 

Howe Collins, 966 Castro 

Hoyt Andrew, N s Lydia nr Curtis 

Hubbard John M., NE cor Pine and Railroad av, W 

Hughes Alexander, 517 Ninth 

Hughes Patrick, 814 Grove 

Hunt Walter, NW cor 21st av and East Twenty-fourth 

Huntington George, E s Linden nr Thirtieth 

Jackson G. A., 512 Eighth 

Jackson Robert, cor Thirty-fourth and Adeline 

James Joshua, E s Grove nr Twenty-sixth 

Jellett F.M.,Ns East Sixteenth bet 6th and 7th avs 

Jellett Matthew, 213 Fourth 

Johnson Benjamin, 320 Fourth 

Johnson Constantine, NE cor Franklin and Third 

Johnson Hiram A., 814 Alice 

Johnson H. R., 470 Eighth 

Johnson Jerome, NE cor Second and Franklin 

Johnson W. A., 470 Third 

Jones Charles, N s Eighteenth nr West 

Jones George W., W s Pine nr Seward, W O 

Jordan Bros., 403 Tenth 

Kane John, W s Market nr Twenty-fourth 

Kelly Charles M., 706 Webster 

Kelly William P., S s William bet Wood and Willow, W O 

Kennedy P.M., 707 Fifth 

Kennedy William, 707 Fifth 

Kimball C. D., W s Franklin nr Durant 

Kimball L. W., 1023 West 

Kime James H., Elm bet Grove and San Pablo av 

King George W., N s Eighth nr Willow, W O 



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Kingshol Bichard, S s Third bet Market and Myrtle 

Kirchner John, 258 Fourth 

Knight Fred. W, W s Clay nr Seventeenth 

Koch Gottlieb, S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 

Kolb Joseph, N s Bailroad av bet Adeline and Union *. 

Kraft Ernst, 752 Franklin 

Kyte James C, 364 Third 

Lake Edward H., S s Twenty-first nr Curtis 

Lake Henry, TV s Market nr Twenty-fourth 

Lamb Horace C, TV s Maple nr Forty-eighth, Temescal 

Lamb John, N s East Fourteenth bet loth and 16th avs 

Lamb Bichard, N s Prospect av nr Telegraph av 

Lambert Charles, N s Eighteenth bet Brush and West 

Lampe Charles, cor Chapel and Bancroft way, Berkeley 

Lancaster Henry, 758 Jefferson 

Landis Christ, cor Union and Twenty-fourth 

Larmer A. B., E s Chestnut nr Third 

Lawyer Perry, 517 Ninth 

Le Clair Peter, N s East Eleventh bet 7th and 8th avs 

Le Page Louis, 469 Fourth 

Leber Lewis, 1166 Sixteenth av, E O 

Leroy Alfred, S s Prospect av nr Broadway 

Lind S , S s Fifth nr Center 

Linderman Henry, cor Thirty-ninth and Grove 

Livingstone Fred. S., S s Twenty-first bet Broadway and 

Telegraph av 
Long A. T.,¥s Henry bet West Fifth and West Seventh 
Lorensen Michael, W s Adeline nr Third 
Love William H., S s Bay pi nr Telegraph av 
Ludeman Otto, 423 Tenth 

Lufkin Thomas H., NE cor 21st av and East Twentieth 
Lull M. L, 805 Jefferson 
Lusk Horace B., Evoy av nr Grove 
Lynch L. J., S s Thirteenth nr Broadway 
Lyons Thomas M., Ns Seventeenth nr Kirkham, W O 
Mackin John, E s Humboldt av nr University av, Berkeley 
Maloney Patrick, cor Peralta and Twenty-eighth 
Mann John S., TV s Grove nr Nineteenth 
Manning P. J., SW cor Pacific and Campbell, W O 
Marc Antonio, N s East Fourteenth nr 18th av 
Marchand Frank, N s Sixteenth nr Clay 
Markley George W., 760 Brush 
Marshall John, 165 Seventh 
Marston P. F., Fruit Vale av 
Martin C. S., SE cor Wood and William, W O 
Martin D. L., 460 Fifth 



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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 421 

Martin James L , 319 Fourth 
Mather Charles H., 364 Sixth 
Mathews Benjamin, 917 Webster 
McCabe Nicholas, 739 Filbert 
McCarthy William, 517 Ninth 

McClelland Henry S., SW cor Twenty-fifth and Broadway 
McConnell Jackson, S s Goss nr Pine, W 
McCracken Hugh, 379 Fifth 
McCracken John H., 1070 Fourteenth av 
McCuUough & Davies, 13 Third 
McCullough James, 310 Fifth 
McDonald A., 408 Thirteenth 
McDonald Angus, 460 Fifth 
McDonald Charles, SW cor Lewis and Third 
McDonald James, NW cor 21st av and East Twentieth 
McDonald John, W s Henry bet Third and Fifth 
McDonald Joseph B., 818 Myrtle 
Mclnnis Alexander, E s Chester nr Third 
Mclnnis John, E s Chester nr Third 
McKeen Albert A., SW cor Pine and Atlantic, W O 
McKernan John, cor Eighteenth and Kirkham 
McKinnon Daniel, E s Adeline nr Second 
McLean John, X s Twenty -seventh nr West 
McLeod N. E., XE cor Sixteenth and East Twelfth 
McManus Bernard C, S s Seventeenth bet Grove and Jeffer- 
son 
McMinds Ira, SW cor Railroad av and Willow, W O 
McNamara John, 407 Tenth 
McVey John, W s Clay nr Seventeenth 
Merritt Ambrose, 408 Eighth 

Mill William W., SE cor East Sixteenth and 8th av 
Milwain Alex., SW cor Seventeenth and Franklin 
Momyer Henry, SE cor Third and Castro 
Montrose John B., X s Eleventh nr Center 
Moore C. J., 714 Fourth 

Moore James, Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broadway 
Moore James, W s San Pablo av nr Twenty-sixth 
Moore William, S s Fourteenth bet Broadway and Franklin 
Morey M. B., XE cor Twenty-eighth and Myrtle 
Morrill Simeon F., E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 
Morrison Hector, S s Seward bet Pine and Wood, W O 
Morrison Richard M., W S Elm nr College av 
Morrison T. J., 323 Eleventh 
Morse Menzo J., W s Myrtle nr Thirtieth 
Mower Ezra H., S s Third nr Center 
Mulford David, 806 Clay 



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Murphy James, E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-sixth 

Murphy Jeremiah, 216 Sixth 

Murray E. M.,Ns Elm nr San Pablo av 

Myers William, N s Laurel nr San Pablo av 

Neal J. E., W s Telegraph av nr Forty-third 

Newkoop John, S s Twenty-sixth nr West 

Nichols G. W., 503 Eleventh 

Nickerson Zenas P., W s Willow nr Chase, W 

Noyes J. H., NE cor East Sixteenth and 20th av 

Noyes William T., NE cor East Sixteenth and 20th av 

Odell George E., 962 Clay 

Ohme Charles, S s Twenty-second nr Linden 

Oling O. A., E s Pine nr Lincoln, W O 

Olsen John, S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Olson John, S s Twentieth nr Market 

Ormsby C. W., E s Harrison bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Ough John, 1171 Sixteenth av, E O 

Owens William W., E s 5th av bet East Fifteenth and East 

Sixteenth 
Parish Charles L., N s Twenty-first nr Adeline 
Parker H. V., S s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Parkin Thomas, SW cor William and Pine, W O 
Parson L. N., 324 Sixth . 

Parsons N. F., N s Third bet Castro and Brush 
Parsons William W., E s San Pablo av nr Temescal creek 
Peabody W. B., S s Delaware nr Tenth, W B 
Pease L. W., W s Grove nr Twentieth 
Perry James A., 352 East Fourteenth 
Pettigrove Joshua, cor Twenty-sixth and Grove 
Phenneger B. M., 758 Fifth 
Phinny Joseph M., 327 Eleventh 

Pierce Charles B., S s William bet Wood and Willow, W O 
Pierce James E., SW cor Willow and Atlantic, W O 
Pierson J., N s Eighteenth nr West 

Plummer James W., S s Seward bet Pine and Wood, W O 
Porte Peter, NE cor Taylor and Wood, W O 
Price George C, 513 East Twelfth 
Prince Levi, cor 13th av and East Thirty-third 
Quackenbush George, cor Grove and Twenty-sixth 
Kaleigh J. F., E s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Kaleigh L. A., E s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Bammelsberg Ernest, E s Sixth nr Delaware, W B 
Banlett John, 163 Seventh 

Bathman Edward F., N s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Bead Stephen A., 664 Harrison 
Bedding D. W., 517 Ninth 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 423 

Reed Frank Iff., 306 Seventh 

Reed James W., 306 Seventh 

Rees David, 753 Castro 

Reinstadler F., 555 Franklin 

Reynolds Frank, SE cor Twenty-second and San Pablo av 

Rhodes E. G., Es Myrtle bet Second and Third 

Richards James, 510 Eighth 

Richardson A. S., 313 Ninth 

Richinuller D,Ws 8th av bet East Twelfth and East Four- 
teenth 

Richmuller George, W s 11th av bet East Fourteenth and 
East Fifteenth 

Roberts John, N s Seward nr Wood, TV 

Roberts Oliver E., N s Twenty-seventh nr West 

Robertson Daniel, SW cor Pine and Atlantic, TV 

'Robertson Henry, 573 Eighth 

Robinson H., N s Railroad av nr Cedar 

Rollins H. C, S s Goss bet Wood and Pine 

Rosett E. T., N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham, W O 

Ross Francis, S s Fifth bet Myrtle and Filbert 

Ross George, SW cor Franklin and Third 

Rowse Samuel, E s Magnolia nr Second 

Rutherford T. W., 503 Eleventh 

Ryus Frank J., E s Telegraph av one mile S University 

Scheidecker John, 926 Filbert 

Schmidt J. B., S s Sixteenth bet Market and West 

Schneider John, 7th av bet East Sixteenth and East Sev- 
enteenth 

Scott John, W s Poplar bet Eighth and Tenth 

Seamond Zenos A., 527 Seventh 

Sedgley Abner, 223 Tenth 

Shafer Peter, S s Forty -fourth nr Telegraph av 

Shaw Leander J., cor Thirtieth and Magnolia 

Shay John, cor Sixteenth and Center, W O 

Sherman Calvin, E s Eighth av bet East Sixteenth and East 
Seventeenth 

Shurvell John W., X s Twenty-first nr Curtis 

Simmons Conrad, NW cor Seward and Willow, V, O 

Simmons Thomas F., SW cor Fifth and Filbert 

Simpson Frank, 861 Washington 

Simpson Jacob, 749 East Twelfth 

Simpson John B., 764 Fifth 

Skiles Henrv A., W s Henrv bet First and Third 

Smith Francis M., N s Twentv-first bet Brush and West 

Smith H. A. G., S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 

Smith Henry T., NE cor Magnolia and Second 



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424 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Smith I. V. B., cor University av and Second 

Smith James R., NE cor Second and Market 

Smith W.B.F.,Ns Twenty-first bet Brush and West 

Smithlen Frank, 665 Washington 

Spence William G., S s Ninth nr Washington 

Spencer Benjamin, 814 Third 

Sperry Frank, E s Grove nr Fifteenth 

Sprague George W., 167 Third 

Springston Jefferson, 507 East Fourteenth 

Sprinkle John C, N s East Sixteenth bet 7th and 8th avs 

Staley J. A., 522 Eighth 

Steidwan Joseph, 403 Ninth 

Sternitzky Charles, cor Twenty-ninth and Myrtle 

Stewart James, NE cor East Eleventh and 13th av 

Stone John L., 562 Fourth 

Strong Eli, E s Wood bet Taj'lor and Seward 

Sutherland A. E., N s East Sixteenth bet 7th and 8th avs 

Swanson Joseph, S s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph av and 
Broadway 

Swanson Peter A., E s Willow nr Seward, W 

Swenson John, cor Wood and Seward, W T O 

Swinborne & Beardsley, 907 Broadway 

Talken J. H., E s 18th av bet East Fourteenth and East Fif- 
teenth 

Taylor Elias, cor Second and University av, W B 

Taylor L. W., 768 Fifth 

Terril Edward F. 5 S s Twenty-first bet Brush and West 

Thirst William Union Hotel, E O 

Thompson Harry, 517 Ninth 

Thompson John, 354 Sixth 

Thompson N. J., 862 Castro 

Thompson William H., S s Fifth bet Filbert and Linden 

Tibbals J. S., W s Franklin nrl)urant 

Tonrpkins Andrew J., S s Twenty-second nr Linden 

Toohig James, S s Twenty-first nr Broadway 

Townes P. A., Cedar nr Bailroad av, W O 

Townsend Bichard, 610 Ninth 

Tye William N s Twenty-eighth nr Myrtle 

Underwood George S., N s Twenty-first nr West 

Valleau J. S. G., 1120 Washington 

Van Epps John, N s Thirteenth bet Franklin and Webster 

Van Vrankin Benj., N s Fifteenth nr Franklin, WO 

Waite Cornelius, cor Twenty-seventh and San Pablo av 

Walker George N., NW cor 21st av and East Sixteenth 

Walker William, 270 Seventh 

Wancel Frank, S s Twenty-first nr Broadway 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broad-way 



Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 425 

Ward William M., E sMyrtle nr Twenty-second 
Warren Edward T., E s Telegraph av nr Weston 
Watson Clark, NE cor 5th av and East Seventeenth 

Wtason J. WN s East Seventeenth bet 5th and 6th avs 
Watson William, SW cor East Sixteenth and 8th av 
Watts John, N s Atlantic bet Willow and Campbell, W 
Watts Stephen, IS s Eighth nr Wood, W 
Wattz William, NE cor East Twelfth and 12th av 
Webster Thomas, W s Gth av bet East Seventeenth and East 

Eighteenth 
Weider Daniel, E s West nr Lydia 
Welch Michael, N s Fifth nr Adeline 
Wells Austin A., 960 Grove 

Wescott Edward W., N s Eighth nr Campbell, W 
Wheaton Miles B., W s Kirkham nr Eleventh 
Whelan Alanson, 311 Fourth 
Whitaker David, 403 Ninth 

White Charles T., cor Chestnut and Thirty-sixth 
"Whiting Samuel A., SW cor Railroad av and Willow, W 
Wilcox Carlos H., W s San Pablo av nr Twenty-first 
Wilds John A., E s 11th av bet East Eleventh and East 

Twelfth 
Willett Daniel, cor Shattuck and Rose, Berkleyville 
Williams A. Hinckley, E s Adeline nr Second 
Williams Jeremiah, 172 Second 
Williamson A. A., 770 Fifth 
Willisen Martin, 804 Franklin 
W T ilson Charles, W s Myrtle nr Twenty-eighth 
Wiltermood Lemuel S., S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Wind Reuben, W s Telegraph av nr Seventeenth 
Wood James E., cor Pine and Seward 
Wright A. H., NE cor Thirtieth and Union 
Wright J. G., N s Twenty-sixth nr West 
Wright John, SE cor East Seventeenth and 11th av 
Wyand Henry, 510 Eighth 
Yerick Adam, 736 Linden 
Young Albert E., W s Campbell bet Atlantic and Pacific, 

W O 
Youngman Henry, 262 Fifth 
Youngman Michael, 262 Fifth 



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JORDAN BROTHERS, 



No. 403 TENTH STREET, 

Second door from Franklin . 

Particular attention paid to fitting up Stores, Offices, Counting Rooms, Bath Rooms, and 

Water Closets. 

DOORS AND WINDOW SCREENS 

of every description made to order. 
63" Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to. "^23 



Carriage and TVagoiiniakers. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 
Allen & Artman, 908 Franklin 
Allen M. W., SE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Davison Bros., E s Wood bet Railroad av and Goss, W O 
Durham & Buffett, cor Eighth and Washington 
Garvin James, Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Hamilton W. H. H., 1064 Thirteenth av 
Ham pel Henry F., N s Twelfth bet Franklin and Webster 
King <fc Williams, 414 Eleventh 
Klurnpp <fe Kuerzel, 608 Broadway 
Kneafe Benjamin, E s Telegraph av nr Teniescal 
McGrew P. H., 1062 Thirteenth av, E O 
Meikle D. A. F., SE cor Sixteenth av and East Fourteenth 
Murray & Roberts, N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
Northey & McGrath, 801-803 East Twelfth 
Ollis Henry, 1008 Franklin 

Peterson August, cor University and San Pablo avs, W B 
Smith Edwin, 908 Franklin 
Smith John O'Xeil, 520 Seventh 
Sohst Bros., NE cor Eighth and Franklin 
Vincent W. E.,Es Wood bet Railroad av and Goss, W O 
Weeks Henry, NE cor 6th av and East Eleventh 
W T eymouth T. D., 365 Eleventh 



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J. S. G. Gordon delivers I ce, Soda and Cider. Depot 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 427 



rand ||entral (parriage 13D.orks, 



5 



MURRAY & ROBERTS, Proprietors, 
North Side 12th St., 

Between Harrison and Alice. Q&KI'&JCl}, 

Phaetons, Buggies, Milk and Butcher Wagons built to Order 

ALL KINDS OF 'WOOD WORK CONSTANTLY OX HAND. 

CMlTiaue P&fimMug in tlie Latent Styles. 

Particular attention given to Repairing. 

ALL WORK WARR ANTED. CHARGES MODERATE. 

J. F. W. Sohst. H. J. >.ih,t. 

PIONEER CARRIAGE FACTORY. 

SOHST BROTHERS 

Cor. Eighth and Franklin Sis., 

OAKLAND. 

First class Carriage Repairing 

In all its Branches. 




Constantly on hand and for sale below San Francisco rates, Eastern and home made 

Carriages, Buggies and Phaetons. 

, JKS-Call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Achard Charles, 367 Eleventh 
Hanley William, 1082 East Fourteenth 

Cider 

Gordon Joseph S. G., 469 Ninth 

Cigars and Toljacco. 

Alcien Charles, 459 Seventh 
Brooks James M., 851 Broadway 
Brown Joseph, 670 East Eleventh 
Clivio & Cavagnaro, 920 Broadway 
Cronin J. 1YL, 409 Twelfth 
Dailey Peter J., 1762 Railroad av 
Downing Albert, 456 Ninth 



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428 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Felver Daniel, NW cor Twelfth and Broadway 

Fuller Clifford A., NE cor Ninth and Broadway 

Gaynor Hugh, 801 Broadway 

Hodgdon John & Co., 303 East Twelfth 

Hudson J. H., 1010 Broadway 

Litle William H., N s Eailroad av bet Pine and Wood 

Maleton Edward, 919 Broadway 

Martin, Kroll & Co., Seventh-st CPEE depot 

McCabe John, Seventh nr Broadway 

McPhetridge M. P., 801 Broadway 

Pearson & Curtis, 849 Broadway 

Rosenberg J. M., 901 Broadway 

Rosenberg L., 869 Broadway 

Rosenberg Nathan, 831 and 909 Broadway 

Ruth John, 1052 Broadway 

Titconib W. A., cor Ninth and Broadway 

Vogt John, 830 Broadway 

Civil Engineers. 

(See also Surveyors. 

Arnold Thomas J., City Hall 

Boardman F. W., 812 Broadway 

Boardman William F., 812 Broadway 

Cox Gustavus, SW cor William and Pine 

De Grange, SW cor William and«Pine 

Guppy A. R., 668 Seventh 

Hyde W. B., 162 Third 

King Malcolm G., 1004 Broadway, rooms 8-9 

Laidlaw Alexander, 304 Tenth 

Lewis John F., 212 Fourth 

Patton W. H., W s Alice bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Potter George C, junction San Pablo and Telegraph avs 

Rector P. C, 363 Ninth 

Russell J. C, E s Webster bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Stratton James T., 461 East Twelfth 

Clothing. 

(See also Tailors; also Dry Goods.) 

Alexander Henry, 1754 Railroad av, W O 
Fonte Antonio, NE cor East Twelfth and 16th av 
Hirshberg & Greenbaum, 871 Broadway 
Letter Jacob, 957 Broadway 
Marcotte, Degrace & Co., 807 Broadway, 
Rosenberg Morris, 901 Broadway 

STEPHEN SMITH— for Choice City Lots—917 Broadway. 






Drink pure Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 129 



Coal. 

Anderson Simon, W s Poplar bet 10th and 12th avs, E O 
Cole & Ralston, 410-416 Ninth 
Freeman & Jaffe, 411 Eighth 
Shakespear & Walter, 413-421 Eleventh 



O. K. Freeman. 



FREEMAN! & JAFFE, 

( Successors to ChappeUet, Miner & Smith. ) 

Jobbers and dealers in 

U fl n 
1 J I 



L. JafTe. 





Ageiits for Newport Coos Bay Coal, 



E. S. EIGHTH ST., bet. BEOADWAY and FEANKLIN, 

• o^.icL^-isrnD. 



Seattle, West Hartley, Sydney, Chill, Cumberland, Scotch Splint, Bel- 
lingiiam Bay, Hard Coal, Charcoal, Cofce, etc. 

Goods delivered free in Oakland and vicinity. 



Coffee and Spices. 

Ghirardelli & Petar, 1072 Broadway 

Collectors. 

Bigelow Elijah, 900 Broadway 

Bigelow Thaddeus B., 900 Broadway 

Coe John F., 921 Broadway 

Doe Luke, 958 Broadway 

Farno A. C, 470 Seventh 

Rowell William K., NE cor Broadway and Ninth 

Smith Stephen, 917 Broadway 

Stillwell B. F., 907 Broadway 



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430 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Colleges and Seminaries. 

(See also Schools.) 

Golden Gate Academy, J. Is. Haskins and A. E. Kellogg 
principals, N s Hawthorne bet Bdway and Telegraph av 

California Military Academy, David McClure principal, 
XE cor Prospect and Telegraph avs 

Mills Seminary for Young Ladies, Rev. C. T. Mills princi- 
pal. Seminary av, 4 miles east of Brooklyn 

St. Joseph's Academy, cor Fifth and Jackson 

St. Mary's Academy, 618 Eighth 

University of California, Berkeley , 

Confectionery. 

Bacon James H., 965 Broadway 
Brandstetter Joseph, 908 Broadway 
Bruning Bros., 833 Broadway 
Edwards George W., 457 Ninth 
Keating William J., 309 Twelfth 
Kirchheiner Henrv, 1007 Broadwav 
Kirchheiner John H., 629 East Twelfth 
Miley & Laage, 916 Broadway 
Pfister Roget, 1065 Broadway 

SWISS CO ITFEC TIOITEBY. 

IVIILEY & LAAGE, 

J. A. Miley, formerly of 73S Washington St opposite the Plaza, San Francisco. 

LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S COFFEE <fc ICE CREAM SALOON 

91 6 Broadway, two doors south of Union Savings Bank, Oakland. 

Particular attention given to orders for Families. Parties, Balls and Lunches, at short 

notice and on reasonable terms. Assortment of Fancy Candies, Fruits, Jellies, etc. 

Contractors. 

Atkinson William, NE cor Harrison and Seventh 

Babcock George W., SE cor East Sixteenth and 11th av 

Bachelder Phares J., 719 Xinth 

Bacon J. E. (street) N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 

Bailey J. X. (street) NW cor 6th av and East Sixteenth 

Baker A. F., S s Sixteenth nr Grove 

Bates Charles D., E s 5th av bet East Tenth and East 

Eleventh 
Benham John A., E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-third 
Bolles Amos, X s East Twenty -fifth nr 7th av 
Carlisle Daniel, 363 Ninth 
Carmiehael & Nixon, X s Twelfth bet Franklin and Webster 

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Casey Thomas C, HE cor Durant ami Broadway 

Chapplain John D.,Es Grove nr Sycamore 

Child Ed-ward, 456 Eighth, room 15 

Crane James H.,Ws Poplar bet Tenth and Twelfth, W O 

Curtis William F., E s Linden nr Twelfth 

Dermott John, 214 Eighth 

Gee Myron, cor Plymouth av and Elm 

Goodwin W. L., cor Campbell and Twelfth 

Heimbold Julius, W s Franklin nr Durant 

Hoops Thomas C, Ss Sycamore nr San Pablo av 

Jones O. B., N s Eighteenth nr West 

Kimball C. D., W s Franklin nr Durant 

Kimball L. W., 1023 West 

Knowles William, 666 Tenth 

Lemon James M., NW cor Fourteenth and Castro 

McBean Alexander, 967 Jackson 

McCullough & Davies, 13 Third 

McKee A. J., S s Nineteenth bet Castro and Brush 

McKilican Bobert, N s Laurel nr Grove 

McLaughlin Daniel, W s Broadwa}* nr Twentieth 

Metcalf O. F., 356 Ninth 

Parish Charles L., N s Twenty-first nr Adeline 

Perry James A., 352 East Fourteenth 

Prince Allen G., N s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow, W O 

Prink Edwin P., 520 East Fourteenth 

Kobinson John O., N s Eighteenth nr Market 

Bodgers James, 666 Fourth 

'Bogers John B., 610 Tenth 

Sedgley Abner, 223 Tenth 

Simmons Thomas F., SW cor Fifth and Filbert 

Snyder A. J., E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Soule Joseph T., N s Golden Gate av nr foot hills, Berkeley 

Stack William (street) 276 Fifth 

Swinborne & Beardsley, 907 Broadway 

Taylor John, 475 East Eleventh 

Terry C.CJs Lincoln bet Willow and Campbell, W O 

Tibbals J. S., W s Franklin nr Durant 

Vance W., Stewart's Hotel 

Watson John, E s Jefferson bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Watson J. W., N s East Seventeenth bet 5th and 6th avs 

Wedgwood William O., N s Goss nr Wood, W O 

Williams Caleb O., W s Brush nr Twenty-second 

Willsey E. J., S s Delaware nr Tenth, W B 

Winant Mark, 807 Market 



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Cornices. 

Lutz & Berg (wooden) 1058 Broadway 

GEO. HAYES & CO., 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

XmEttTA-TL* CORNICES, 

Dormer Windows, Pinnacles, Gutters, etc., 

In Galvanized Iron or Copper, Weather Vanes, Crestings ; also, Stamped Ornamental Zinc 
Leaves, Scrolls, etc. 

Metal Roofing, Ventilating 1 , and also sole makers of the Hayes 1 Weather 
and Fire-proof Ventilating Skylights, 

30 HARRIET ST.. SAN FRANCISCO. 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Barbagelata F. & Co., 1070 Broadway 

Buhsen Diedrieh, 1801 Railroad av 

Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 1001 Broadway 

Cadogan, Smith & Co., SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 

Brown Bros., NW cOr Telegraph av and Brown 

Grosso & May, 1008 Broadway and S s Railroad av bet Cedar 

and Wood 
Hansen Asmus H, 1751 Railroad av 
Hyde E. H, SW cor Broadway and Eleventh 
Mason W. C. & Co., 301 East Twelfth 
Raffb Bros., SW cor Broadway and Third 
Steere & Colby, SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Stevenson F. R. & Co., 1062 Broadway 
Turn Suden H. & Co., SE cor 14th av and East Twelfth 
Wilkerson W. S., SW cor San Pablo av and Seventeenth 

Cutlery. 

(See also Hardware.) 

Auld & Barfred, 457 Ninth 
Hardy W. B., 959 Broadway 
Jahn & Seholl, 372 Tenth 
Krepper N, 457 Ninth 

Dentists. 

Cole Rector E., 1055 Broadway 

Craig W. H., 1065 Broadway 

Heath Chester, 1068 Broadway 

Lefevre Alfred, NW cor Eighth and Broadway 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 433 



Plomteaux H. J., NE cor Broadway and Tenth 

Porter James R., 1068 Broadway 

Powers Daniel X., 463 Tenth 

Reeves R. R., NW cor Eighth and Broadway 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

(See also Mills, Planing.) 
Barnes H. W., Second bet Broadway and Washington 
Marks Aaron, 424 Eighth 
Murphy William S., 665-667 Broadway 

Drain Pipe. 

(See also Potteries.) 
Gladding, McBean & Co., NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Myers F. F., NE cor Third and Washington 
Parkinson W. H., NE cor Franklin and Tenth 

Dressmakers. 

Adamson Margaret Miss, 461 Ninth 

Anderson D. Mrs., 953 Washington 

Baker A. S. Mrs., 1068 Broadway 

Benedict M. P. Mrs., E s Grove nr Sycamore 

Bouge Mary Miss, 813 East Fourteenth 

Brandt R. Mrs., 466 Sixth 

Clark Rachel, N s Temescal nr Telegraph av 

Clark Rebecca, N s Temescal nr Telegraph av 

Clark Sarah, N s Temescal nr Telegraph av 

Colby F. A. Mrs., NW cor Fourth and Webster 

Davis M. V. Miss, 1163 Franklin 

De Freitas Anna V., N s Walton nr Grove 

Dinsmore Maria, 1120 Ninth av, E O 

Dobson E., S s Sixteenth nr Center, W O 

Dow Esther, 856 Clay 

Ellsworth L. Mrs., S s Thirteenth nr Broadway 

Farnurn A. L. Mrs., 514 Sixth 

Foster Emma Mrs., 607 Franklin 

Gould Fredrica B., 665 Jackson 

Grear B. G. Mrs., 1210 Broadway 

Green Amelia, 913 Grove 

Hebberd J. P. Mrs., SW cor Twenty-first and Curtis 

Hetherington Aura Mrs., SW cor Eighth and Willow, W O 

Horr M. E, Mrs., 516 Ninth 

Hyde T. J. Mrs., 458 Twelfth 

Icke Kate, 763 East Twelfth 

Jenson Kate Mrs., S s Goss bet Pine and Wood 

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Kirschoff Carrie, 706 "Webster 

Lawrence E. Miss, 1228 Broadway 

Lawrence Eliza, 578 Thirteenth 

Lawrence H. J. Mrs., 1069 Thirteenth 

Lorence Louisa Mrs., 707 Franklin 

Metcalf Olive Mrs., 910 Franklin 

Peck Frank J. Mrs., S s Fifth bet Chester and Henry 

Pinkkani George Mrs., 363 Ninth 

Pixley A. E. Mrs., NW cor Sixteenth and and San Pablo av 

Powers Kate Miss, Taylor nr Pine, W O 

Prout E. A. Mrs., 1005 Broadway 

Reynolds Harriet Miss, Mariposa av nr Telegraph av, Tem- 

Eeynolds K. T. Mrs., 325 Twelfth 

Roach M. E. Miss, 915 Webster 

Pvobinson Emma Miss, 273 Ninth 

Shelly Ella Mrs., 962 Grove 

Spence W. G. Mrs., 471 Ninth 

Spencer Margaret Mrs., 323 Twelfth 

Tatterson Mary A. Mrs., 1063 Broadway 

Thompkins J. Mrs., 1230 Broadway 

Unda Carmen Miss, S"W cor University and San Pablo avs, 

WB 
Unda Clarinda Miss, S"W cor University and San Pablo avs, 

WB 
Walker Anna Miss, N s Twenty-second nr West 
Walsh D. F. Mrs., NE cor Twenty -fourth and Telegraph av 
Watson E. J. Mrs., 508 Eighth 

Druggists. 

(See Apothecaries.) 

Dry Goods. 

Barnett E., 825 Broadway 

Bernstein Edward, 813 Broadway 

Block E. D. & Co., 951 Broadway 

Coffee & Furst, 837 Broadway 

Dick, William & Co., 478 Ninth 

Fonte Antonio, NE cor East Twelfth and 16th av 

Ford Albin, 1080 Fourteenth av 

Greenhood J. & Bros., 1053 Broadway 

Lippmann Abraham, 841 Broadway 

Martens & Reier, 1159 Broadway 

Mellis Bros, SW cor Eighth and Broadway 

O'Connell & Co., 1002 Broadway 






Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



Gordons' wagons supply families in Oakland, Bcikcly A Alameda 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 435 



Schimmelpfennig F., 762 East Twelfth 

Sproule C, Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Wachs A. N., 1017 Broadway 

Dyers and Scourers. 

DuBoce Maria, 458 Twelfth 
Manefeld George, 834 Broadway 
Rangod Gustav, N s Twelfth nr Webster 
Samuels B., 818 Broadway 
Torrey & Bugbee, foot Railroad av, W O 

Employment Office. 

Cavell Sarah, NE cor Fourteenth and Clay 

Expresses. 

Boyd John E., (San Francisco and Berkeley) E s Sixth bet 

Delaware and Bristol, West Berkeley 
People's, 857 Broadway and SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Ruth John (Dime) 1052 Broadway 
Sisterna Philip (San Francisco and Berkeley) cor Fifth and 

Addison, Berkeley 
Steere & Colby, SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Wells, Fargo & Co., 472 Ninth and SE cor 13th av and East 

Twelfth 
Whitney & Co., 855 Broadway and SE cor 13th av and East 

Twelfth 

Fancy Goods. 

Barnett E., 825 Broadway 
Block E. D. & Co., 951 Broadway 
Cohen Annie, N s Railroad av nr Pine 
Fick Annie Mrs., 1761 Railroad av 
Greenhood J. & Bros., 1053 Broadway 
Gunn Charles T., N s Twenty-second bet West and Curtis 
Hetherington A. Mrs., SW cor Eighth and Willow- 
Martens & Reier, 1159 Broadway 
O'Connell & Co., 1002 Broadway 
Owen Charles W., 1733 Railroad av 
Sproule S. J. Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Walsh D. F. Mrs., NE cor Twenty-fourth and Telegraph av 

Fish. 

Camilloni & Co., 11 City Market 



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Fruits and Candies. 

Chilton & Broodway, SE cor East Twelfth and 11th av 

Clivio & Cavagnaro, 920 Broadway 

Crosley J. S., 1-3 City Market 

DeGregori Louis, S s Kailroad av bet Wood and Willow 

Denaut E., 703 Broadway 

Harding Frank, S s Railroad av nr Pine 

Hawes Jacob, 685 East Twelfth 

Hodgdon John & Co., 303 East Twelfth 

Jacquenot Xavier, S s East Fourteenth bet 18th and 19th avs 

Martin, Kroll & Co., Seventh-st CPKR depot 

McCabe John, Seventh nr Broadway 

Oloese Frank, 456 Seventh 

Paddock H. L., 712 Broadway 

Rocovich Luca, 968 Broadway 

Rossini Charles J., 1735 Railroad av, W O 

Schwagerniann F., 963 Franklin 

Skinner I. W., 712 Broadway 

Tharsing & Lake, 1736 Railroad av 

Furs. 

Slate Walter, 1013 Broadway 

Furnished Rooms. 

Atkinson C. E. Mrs., cor Chapel and University av, Berkeley 

Berenkamp E. Mrs., 409 Ninth 

Burkhart F. Mrs., 462 Sixth 

Bushell E. Mrs., 462 Twelfth 

Day Lott, 503 Eleventh 

Fierfort S. Mine., 626 Third 

Jenkins John W., 856 Broadway 

Kenney Mary F. Mrs., 811 Washington 

Kerlin L. E. Mrs., 811 Eighth 

Laroche E. Mrs., 461 Ninth 

Lawyer Perry, 517 Ninth 

Long N. J., SW cor Franklin and Third 

Magner Hannah, 1021 Franklin 

McConnell Mary A.. 920 Clay 

Murray S. J. Mrs., Ns Railroad av bet Wood and Pine 

Olmstead L. H. Mrs., 1228 Broadway 

Perkins Annie M., 563 Fifth 

Skelton M. A. Mrs., 831 Franklin 

Smith Margaret, 477 Eighth 

Smyth Samuel, 410 Tenth 

Insure your Houses with Stephen Smith. 917 Broad-way. 



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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 437 



Spires Annie Mrs., 1054 Broadway 

Taylor A. E. Mrs., 921 Broadway' 

Towan M. Mrs., Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broadway 

Wenderoth Frederick, 417 Seventh 

Wickersham M. S. Mrs., 1068 Broadway 

Furnishing Goods—Gents. 

Farwell & Hirshberg, 1103 Broadway 
Harris Bros., 903 Broadway 

Hirshberg & Greenbaum, 871 Broadway 
Holmes John E. jr., 626 East Twelfth 
Letter Jacob, 957 Broadway 
Lippmann Abraham, 841 Broadway 
Rosenberg Morris, 901 Broadway 

Fnrnitnre and Bedding. 

(See also Cabinet Makers.) 

Bankhead & Sons, 811 Broadway 

Barker Frank, 468 Eighth 

Burgiss Robert M., 717 Broadway 

Coindre Fannie Mrs., 669 Broadway 

Crough John S., 713 Broadway 

Davis Harris, 716 Broadway 

French, Stuart & Co., 476 Ninth 

Hagen J. J. (spring beds) 410 Ninth 

Hook Elijah, 1067-1071 Broadway 

Kofoed John C. (spring rnattrass) 422 Ninth 

Lulley M. & Sons, 301 Twelfth 

Marsden Richard, NE cor Broadway and Second 

Pantoskey H., 711 Broadway 

Ragsdale W. B. (spring beds) N s Frederick nr San Pablo av 

Rossini Charles J., 17o5 Railroad av 

Schellhaas H., 406-408 Eleventh 

Schreiber Christian, 1105-1107 Broadway 

Sehreiber Philip, 1064-1066 Broadway 

Smith Charles H., 953 Broadway 

Townsend <fc Wright, 468 Twelfth 

Young & Rothenberger, 374 Tenth 

Gas Fitters and Plumbers. 

Babcock & Douglas, 460 Twelfth 

Becht Joseph, 1014 Broadway 

Dalziel & Moller, NW cor Thirteenth and Broadway 

Gemmell Alexander, 820 Broadway 



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Howard John H., E s 13tli av bet East Eleventh and East 
Twelfth 

Kirk O. C., 315 East Twelfth 

Lynde George L., 683 East Twelfth 

Macdonald John A. C, E s Broadway bet Twenty-first and 
m Twenty-second 

c§ McGivney James, 965 Franklin 
3 Myers A. H., 1731 Kailroad av 

Nicoll P., E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
Third 

O'Shea J. J., 1109 Broadway 

Schiniinelpfennig F. jr., 773 East Twelfth 
of Spencer John, 463 Seventh 

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Q Dalziel & Moller, NW cor Thirteenth and Broadway 
O Grocers. 

3 1 Altwater Philip, cor Telegraph av and Forty-fifth 

fe Baglin James, cor Alden and San Pablo avs 

p Baker Peter, 823 Broadway 

£ Barker Joshua, cor Prospect av and Webster 

* Bloom George, 951 Franklin 

ri I Bowen Bros., 467 Twelfth 

O Bowen William, NW cor Delaware and San Pablo av 

a Brezill John, SW cor Lydia and West; 

Brown Bros., NW cor Telegraph av and Brown 



73 Buhsen Diedrich, 1801 Railroad av 



Burns, "Whitman & Gardiner, 1001 Broadway 
Cadogan, Smith & Co., SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Cavell H., 465 Sixth 

Cavero Joseph, SE cor Myrtle and Third 
Charpontier Pauline, 612 Franklin 

Chase & Baker, N s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 
Christenson Jurgen, Telegraph av bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-fifth 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broad-way, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



Drink Napa Soda mid enjoy life mid health. Agency, 469 Ninth 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 439 

Clark James, SE cor Filbert and Fifth 

Courvoisier F. L., NW cor Eighth and Webster 

Cronin Stephen D., NE cor Laurel and San Pablo av 

Culhane G., SE cor William and Willow, W O 

Cushing & Ryder, cor Ninth and Broadway (Nicholl Block) 

Dryden William S., NE cor Twenty-second and Curtis 

Ellwood William B., NW cor Twelfth and Kirkham, W O 

Farrell John, 1700 Eighth 

Fernandez J. L., junction Adeline and San Pablo av 

Ffreneh Nicholas, 721 Linden 

Fisher Michael, SW cor Clay and Fourth 

Fisk Leander, cor Third and Adeline 

Flvnn' Andrew, NW cor Myrtle and Twenty-second 

Fonte A., NE cor East Twelfth and 16th av 

Ford Albin, 1080 Fourteenth av 

Gallagher Neil, NE cor Twenty-fifth av 

Gernreich William, SW cor Eighth and Chester, W O 

Hansen Asmus H., 1751 Railroad av, W O 

Harrel Alfred, E s Telegraph av nr McClure's Academy 

Hayes M., SW cor Market and Fifth 

Helmke & Brunje, NW cor Twenty-first and Broadway 

Higgins James S., SW cor Delaware and San Pablo av 

Hill Thomas, NW cor East Fourteenth and 19th av 

Hobart Joseph B., 628 East Twelfth 

Hollmann Glaus, NW cor Castro and Fifth 

Horton Piichard, S s Seventh nr Market 

Hurll Wm. T., SW cor Second and Broadway 

Huston Robert G., cor University grounds and Humboldt 

av, Berkeley 
Hutstein William, 401 Tenth 
Johnson Eben, NE cor Twelfth and Market 
Jones Charles, 1115 Broadway 

Jurgens Charles, W T s Telegraph av opp Humboldt Park 
Keefe John, SW cor Twenty-fifth and Broadway 
Kirchhoff Bros., NE cor First and Franklin 
Koster ct Co., SE cor Tenth and Broadway 
Kreyenhagen E. & Co., NW cor Broadway and Sixth 
Logan & Conrad, 861^ Broadway 
Maloon & Caswell, SE cor Twelfth and Market 
Marks Louis, SE cor 2d and University avs, W B 
Mason W. C. & Co., 301 East Twelfth 
Mathewson Peter, SE cor Twenty-fourth and Webster 
MeCabe & Cox, 838 Market 
McCrum B. & Co., 413 Twelfth 
McElroy James, 528 Seventh 
McManus Patrick, *SW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove 



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440 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

McNamara Patrick, SW cor Myrtle and Third 

Murphy Thomas, S s Railroad av bet Pine and Cedar, W O 

Niemann Robert, 560 Franklin 

Parsons Edward, SE cor Fourth and Franklin and NE cor 

Second and Franklin 
Peck & Hall, E s Chapel nr Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Peterson Lewis, 1017 Third 
Pfeister Julian, cor Adeline and San Pablo av 
Pinkham George, W s Telegraph av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 
Raflfo Bros., SW cor Broadway and Third 
Eambaud S., NE cor Franklin and Second 
Rathjen Diedrieh, NW cor Jefferson and Fifth 
Rehners F. P. L., 963 Franklin 

Rohan Mary E., SE cor Twenty-third and Telegraph av 
Scanlon Ann Mrs., NW cor Market and Fourth 
Schuler Jacob, 842 Webster 
Smilow & MeLaurin, 379 Eleventh 

Smith Arthur K., Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Splivalo S. & Co., 329 Twelfth 
Steere & Colby, SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Turn Suden H. & Co., SW cor 14th av and East Twelfth 
Vogel John, SW cor West Fifth and Lewis 
Von Glahn John F., SW cor Railroad av and Center 
Wilkerson W. S., SW cor San Pablo av and Seventeenth 
Witt Catherine Mrs., NE cor Chester and Railroad av, W 

RAFFO BROS. 

WHOLESALE AND EETALL DEALEES IN 

Groceries and Provi...... 

CROCKERY, HARDWARE, 

Domestic and Foreign Wines and Liquors, 

SOUTHWEST CORNER 

Broadway and Third Streets, 




Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broad-way 



Drink Napa Soda, a pure natural Mineral Water. Gordon, Agt 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 441 

Gunsmiths, (Jims, Pistols, etc. 

(See also Hardware.) 

Bourgin Peter, 660 Broadway 
Jahn & Seholl, 372 Tenth 
Kaese & Rode, 419 Tenth 
Krepper N, 420 Eleventh 

Hairdressers. 

(See Barbers; also Wigmakers.) 

Hardware. 

Barbagelata F. & Co., 1010 Broadway 

Everson W. & M. (and tools) SW cor Ninth and Broadway 

Grosso & May, 1008 Broadway and S s Railroad av bet 

Cedar and Wood 
Lynde George L., 683 East Twelfth 
RafFo Bros., SW cor Broadway and Third 
Steere & Colby, SE cor 13th av and East Twelfth 
Tucker W. J. (saws) 907 Broadway 
Turn Suden H. & Co., SW cor 14th av and East Twelfth 
Wilcox Herbert E., 955 Broadway 

Harness and Saddlery. 

Hammers D., 623 East Twelfth 
Hanley William, 1082 East Fourteenth 
Lenten James, NW cor Franklin and Eleventh 
Marston Frank A., NE cor Broadway and Eleventh 
McConnell James D., 469 Sixth 

Hats and Caps. 

Brink Marcellus, 925 Broadway 

Hay and Feed. 

Cole & Ralston, 410-416 Ninth 

Gilardin Bros., N s Twelfth bet 12th and 13th avs 

Hood G. J., 418 East Twelfth 

Maloon & Caswell, SE cor Twelfth and Market 

Maloon Bros., E s Broadway bet Seventeenth and Duraut 

Sagehorn William T., 473 Sixth 

Sarpy, Barstow & Co., 423-425 Eleventh 

Surrhyne E. & Co., foot Division, W O 

Wharton J. R„ 408 Tenth 



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442 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Horseslioers. 

Allen & Artman, 908 Franklin 

Casey Michael, 408 Seventh 

Davison Bros., E s Wood bet Eailroad av and Goss, W O 

Follrath Adam, N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 

Goodenough Charles, 405 Tenth 

McCurdy J. S., 364 Eleventh 

McGrew P. H., 1062 Thirteenth av, E O 

Meikle D. A. F., SE cor 16th av and East Fourteenth 

Ryan Martin, E s Washington nr Seventeenth 

Sullivan Michael, 1086 Fourteenth av 

Weeks Henry, NE cor 6th av and East Eleventh 

Williams James, 413 Fourth 

Williams Thomas T., 413 Fourth 




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ADAM FOLLRATH, Proprietor, 

Removed to North side TWELFTH, between Harrison and Alice Streets, near 
Grand Central Hotel and Dexter Stables. 



First Class Horse Shoeing done. Permanent Cure ef- 
fected for Overreaching, Stumbling, 
Quarter Crack, etc. 



Hotels. 

Alta House, Joseph M. Steward, 903 Washington 

Bartlett House, R. Meacham, 473 Seventh 

Baxter House, J.B.Baxter, San Pablo av nr Temescal Creek 

Berger John, Willow Grove Park, W B 

Berkeley Farm House, Thomas R. Searle, W s Daney nr 

University av 
Berkeley Hotel, Mrs. M. A. Marchand, cor Bancroft way and 

Humboldt av 
Blake House, Mrs. Blake, W s Washington bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth 
Centennial (The) W. R. Bentley, NE cor Fourteenth and 

Clay 
Central House, James O'Connell, 415 Seventh 
Central Pac'fic House, E. F. R. Reid, NE cor Eleventh and 

Webster 



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Try Gordon's Ice Cream. It is the best and cheapest. 469 Ninth 



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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 443 

Central Pacific Railroad House, F. Leonhard, NE cor Bay g- 

and William, E O " 

Charter Oak Hotel, W. M. Hall, S s Railroad av bet Pine g 

and Wood 
Cosmopolitan Hotel, J. H. Dodge, 859 Broadway 
Eagle House, W. Throssel, 612 Broadway 
Eastern Hotel, W. F. Mariante, 714 East Twelfth 
Eland House, R. Eland, 845 Franklin 

Eureka Hotel, H. H. Meyer, SWcor Seventh and Washingtn 
French Hotel, J. Berger, Willow Grove Park, W B J 

Golden Star Hotel, C. Bander & Co, 838 Broadway a 

Grand Central Hotel, Vaughn & Fuhr, S s Twelfth bet Web- 5 

ster and Harrison ^ 

Grand Western Hotel, Mrs. J. A. Flagg, N s Railroad av ° 

bet Wood and Pine a 

Hotel de France, A. Ohlig, 417 First g 

Humboldt Hotel, H. C. Babcock, W s Telegraph av nr Tem- ^ 

escal creek , . s 

Kelsey House, A. De Leo De Laguna, W s Telegraph av bet | _ 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth C 

Knox House, W. S. Edwards, W s Telegraph av bet Twen- & 

ty-fifth and Twenty-sixth jjf 

Louisiana House, W. Howlett, 420 First 3 

Mansion House, Miss L. A. Willey, Broadway bet Four- <g 

teenth and Fifteenth o 

Mansion House, J. H. Kimball, NE cor 15th av and East 

Twelfth 
Mechanics' Home, F. Schaffner, 403 Ninth 
' Mechanics' Home, D. Cowan, S s William bet Pine and Cedar 
Mechanics' Hotel, J. Gibbons, 416 Seventh 
Newland's Hotel, E. & A. Newland, NE cor Washington and 

Sventh 
Oakland House, W. Reedy, 672 Broadway 
Overland House, J. R. Smith, NW cor Broadway and First 
Park House, H. Pine, N s University av nr Third, W B 
Railroad Exchange Hotel, R. Watts, N s Railroad av nr Bay, g 

WO g- 

Russell House, E. B. Wilcox, 1113 Broadway 

Soraceo House, F. Lorber, NW cor Railroad av and Pine, g 

w o _ e. 

Star House, Mrs. H. J. Layton, S s Railroad av bet Pine I » 
and Cedar W O 

Stewart's Hotel, T. M. Stewart, SE cor Fifteenth and Broad- 
way 

Sunny side House, A. Baldwin, SW cor Thirteenth and 
Harrison 



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444 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Treinont House, Thomas F. Towle, 53 San Pablo av 
Tubbs' Hotel, John M. Lawlor & Co, N s East Twelfth bet 

4th and 5th avs 
Union Hotel, C. Schneider, NW cor 13th av and Twelfth, E O 
Washington Hotel, M. Veyrat, NW cor Washington and 

Second 
West End Hotel, I. Standring, SW cor Railroad av and 

Peralta 
Winthrop House, A. McGarry, 409 Seventh 

House Movers and Raisers. 

Adams William C, cor Nineteenth and Market 
Champlin Samuel A., Twenty-second nr Market 
Flora E. H., cor Eighteenth and Cypress 
Sueell Walter, SW cor Seventh and Webster 

Ice. 

Gordon, Joseph S. G., 469 Ninth 

Ice Cream. 

Gordon Joseph S. G., 469 Ninth 
Miley & Laage, 916 Broadway 

Insurance Companies. 

Commercial (of London) Wm. Hoskins agent, 909 Broadway 
French Insurance Corporation, B. C. Dick agent, 1004 

Broadway 
Hartford Fire, T. L. Walker agent, 1007 Broadway 
Home (of New York) B. C. Dick agent, 1004 Broadway 
Home Mutual (of San Francisco) R. H. Magill manager, 

SE cor Broadway and Ninth 
Imperial (of London) H. L. Roff & Co, 1004 Broadway 
Liverpool and London and Globe, W. F. Hitchcock agent, 

958 Broadway 
• London and Lancashire, Stephen Smith agent, 917 Broadway 
London Assurance Corporation, B. C. Dick agent, 1004 

Broadway 
North British and Mercantile, H. W. George agent, 1004 

Broadway 
Pacific Mutual Life, H. A. Craig, SE cor Broadway and 

Ninth 
Pennsylvania Fire, Stephen Smith agent, 917 Broadway 
Phoenix (of Hartford) B. C. Dick agent, 1004 Broadway 



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OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 445 



Queen (of Liverpool) H. L. Koff & Co agents, 1004 Broad- 
way 

Koyal (of Liverpool) Luke Doe, 958 Broadway 

State Investment and Insurance Co., E. T. Carriciue agent 
460 Eighth 

Union, Samuel Thomson agent, 900 Broadway 

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Cash Assets, - - $450,000. Office 218-220 Sansome Street, San Francisco. 

OFFICERS:— Petek Donahue, Pres't; A. J. Bryant, Vice-Pres't; Chas. H. Cushing, Sec'y. 
(Office 460 EIGHTH ST., bet. Broadway and Washington, Oakland. 

Jewelers. 

(See also Watchmakers.) 
Berger L. P., 967 Broadway 
Hahn Joseph, 958 Broadway 
Neumann Albert, 1011 Franklin 

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Junk. 

Devine Michael, SE cor Brush and Nineteenth 
Miller John, cor Twenty-fourth and Magnolia 

Laundries. 

Alexander Emeline Mrs., 625 Tenth 

Berard Alfred, 308 Tenth 

Contra Costa Laundry Association, Halle^t, Bartlett & Dal- 

ton, SW cor Kirkham and Fourteenth 
Flannegan Christopher, S s Prospect av nr Broadway 
Partenscky Charles, N s Twelfth nr Kirkham 



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446 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Liquors— Wholesale. 

Bieler Frank, 769 East Twelfth 
Bocqueraz Peter, 822 Broadway 
Gaudin J., 840 Broadway 
Ghirardelli & Petar, 1072 Broadway 

Liquors— Retail. 

Allen Charles A., N s University av nr Wharf, W B 

Backus Peter, 801 Broadway 

Baglin James, cor Alden and San Pablo ays 

Bailey Robert S., steamer El Capitan 

Baker Peter, 823 Broadway 

Ballard James W., SE cor Pine and Bailroad av 

Bauer C, 866 Broadway 

Bignami Louis, 574-576 Seventh 

Bradley C. H., 802 Broadway 

Braun F. D., 469 Sixth 

Buhsen Diedrich, 1801 Bailroad av 

Bunker I., S s Bailroad av bet Pine and Cedar 

Butz Philip, 850 Franklin 

Cahn Philip P., 462 Sixth 

Cadogan, Smith & Co., SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 

Calnan Jane, S s Thirteenth nr Kirkham, W O 

Campbell & Carrigan, 461 Seventh 

Cattaneo Giuseppe, TV s Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek 

Chartrand Louis, 617 Broadway 

Compamna & Co., S s Forty-seventh nr Shattuck av 

Connor William B., San Leandro Boad, 3 miles from E O 

Cook William F., 1838 Bailroad av 

Cooney Peter E., cor Broadway and Eleventh 

Cronin J. M., 409-411 Twelfth 

Culhane G., SE cor William and Willow, W O 

Diedrichsohn Alexander, N s Bailroad av bet Pine and 

Cedar, W O 
Dieves Joseph P., (Three-mile House) San Leandro Koad, 

3 miles east of E O 
Donnaten Charles, 768 East Twelfth 
Drucker Hermann, 1055 Thirteenth av, E O 
Duffey Patrick, TV s San Pablo av nr Berkeley 
Earle John H., NW cor East Tenth and 9th av 
Eddings W. E., N s Bailroad av bet Wood and Pine 
Fennessy John, (Oakland Billiard Parlor) 863 Broadway 
Ffreneh N., 721 Linden 
Fleming & Trask, 625 East Twelfth 
Forg Charles, 461-463 Sixth 

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Best Ice Cream Freezers at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 



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Gannon Lawrence, 703 Broadway 

Garon L. G., foot of Broadway 

Gaudin J., 840 Broadway 

Gernreieh William, SW cor Eighth and Chester, W O 

Gillard & Philibert (Old Blaise House) Twelfth opposite 

Lake Merritt 
Hallahan John, S21 Broadway 

Hanifin Jeremiah J., NW cor Seventh and Broadway 
Hansen Asmus H., 1751 Railroad av, W O 
Hayes Patrick, SE cor Broadway and Fourth 
Held & Neller, 1226 Broadway 

Helmke & Brunje, NW cor Twenty-first and Broadway 
Hempell Henry, 755 East Twelfth 
Hernpken J. F'., SE cor East Fourteenth and 18th av 
Hewett & Vanderbilt, SW cor Broadway and Fourth 
Heyer <fc Paul, 842 Broadway 
Holden John H., 412 Tenth 
Hollman Claus, NW cor Castro and Fifth 
Hurll William T., SW cor Second and Broadway 
Jans Obbe, 459 Seventh 
Johnson A. F., SE cor First and Webster 
Jones Charles, 1115 Broadway 
Keller Fred, cor Shattuck and Telegraph av 
Kenney & O'Neil, 420 Seventh 
Kirchhofl Bros., NE cor First and Franklin 
Knowlton N. S., cor Seventh and Washington 
Kohler E. F., 1502 Eailroad av, W O 
Kohler Wm., 832 Broadway 
Koster & Co., SE cor Tenth and Broadway 
Kreyenhagen E. & Co., NW cor Broadway and Sixth 
Krye Frederick, SE cor Seventh and Webster 
Lambert Joseph, W s San Pablo av nr Teniescal creek 
Leeper William, SW cor Adeline and Seventh 
Luth John, NW cor 8th av and East Twelfth 
Mackin John, E s Humbold av nr University av, Berkeley 
Maher John, 45 San Pablo av 

Maleton Harry, SE cor Twenty-second and San Pablo av 
Mangels Herman, SE cor East Twelfth and 8th av 
Marks Louis, SE cor Second and University av, W B 
Mason W. C. & Co., 301 East Twelfth 
Mathewson Peter, SE cor Fourth and Webster 
McCabe & Cox, 838 Market 
McCrum R. & Co., 413 Twelfth 
McCutcheon Robert., 370 Eighth 
McDaniels T. J. & Co., 1752 Railroad av, W O 
McElroy James, 528 Seventh 

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448 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

McKinnon Daniel, "W s Telegraph av nr Forty-ninth, Te- 

mescal 
McNamara Patrick, SW cor Myrtle and Third 
Metzler & Peru, 471-475 Eighth 
Michel August, 715 Broadway 
Moffitt James, NE cor East Eleventh and 13th av 
Moore Michael, SE cor Railroad av and Cedar, W O 
Niemann Robert, 560 Franklin 
Parsons Edward, SE cor Fourth and Franklin and NE cor 

Second and Franklin 
Pauletti Charles, University av nr Humboldt av, Berkeley 
Pichler Chris, 473 Ninth 

Pinkham George, TV s Telegraph av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 
Raffo Bros., SW cor Broadway and Third 
Rathjen Diedrich, NW cor Jefferson and Fifth 
Rocca John, 710 Broadway 
Ryan Michael J., 468 Seventh 

Say er Edward J., cor Thirty -ninth and Telegraph av 
Seheiding Henry, SW cor 16th av and East Twelfth 
Schtolzhauer Paul, 482 Eighth 
Schunck Henry, 675 East Twelfth 
Searing William S., 849 Broadway 
Selna Leopold SE cor Eleventh and Broadway 
Simon & Beck, NE cor Second and Harrison 
Slicer Charles B., 609-615 Broadway 
Smith Frederick, NW cor Jackson and Third 
Smith Joseph, 614 Broadway 
Streit & Vogt, 1050 Franklin 
Terney John, 854 Broadway 
Thayer Edward F., 464 Eighth 
Todtmann Theodore E., 459 Seventh 
Villemain Frank, Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek 
Vogel John, SW cor West Fifth and Lewis 
Von Glahn John F., SW cor Railroad av and Center 
Wemmer David, 416-418 Eighth 
Wenderoth Frederick, 417 Seventh 
White Henry, cor 1st av and East Twelfth 
Wilson James, cor Third and University av 
Wirth Charles G., 321 East Twelfth 
Wolter Reimer, W s 13th av bet East Twelfth and East 

Fourteenth 
Wunderlin Stephen, 422 Eighth 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



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CHARLES FORG, BTTOOIMOB T(. L. KIHI.MF.V1 .1;. 

KIHLMEYER'S SALOON, 

461-463 SIXTH STREET, near Broadway - - Oakland. 

CHA S. FOllct, 1'KOl'ItI KTOR. 

Have constantly on hand the choicest brands of Wines and Liquors, Private Parlors 
Billiards and Excellent Music. 



Livery Stables. 

Beaudry L. M., NE cor Broadway and Seventh 

Brenann James & John, S s University av nr Second, W B 

Brown James (Belmont) 804-808 Broadway 

Brown S. A. (Dexter) NE cor Harrison and Twelfth 

Carpenter William H. jr. (Contra Costa) foot Broadway 

Clark Foster T., 1066 Thirteenth 

Cummings & Rowe (Standard) NE cor Railroad av and 

Wood 
Forrester James, 664-666 Franklin 
Hogarty & Gilardin, 1068 Thirteenth av, E O 
Johnson <fc Downing (Plaza) 413 Fourth 
Lucas & Allen, W s Pine nr Railroad av, W 
May Alex. W., SE cor 12th av and Eleventh, E O 
McCleverty & Noblett, 860 Broadway 
MeKirnmons Mark, 613-615 Broadway 
Newland & Punryea, 262 Seventh 
Richards W. A.,*N s Fourteenth nr City Hall 
Shattuck & Hillegass, 457 Eighth 
Slicer Charles B., 609-615 Broadway 
Strauter & Howard, SW cor Eighth and Webster 
Swett A. W., NW cor 14th av and East Eleventh 
Tinkham & Butterfield, 370 Eleventh 
Trescott Joseph C, 405 Twelfth 

Lock Smiths and Bell Hangers. 

Bourgin Peter, 660 Washington 
Jahn & Seholl, 372 Tenth 
Kaese & Rode, 419 Tenth 

Lumber. 

Heywood Samuel, Second bet Delaware and Bristol 
Laidlaw Walter, SE cor Seventh and Brush 
Larue James, cor Fourteenth av and East Eleventh 
Merritt Samuel, foot Washington 
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Machinists. 

Jajin & Seholl, 372 Tenth 

Scoville Ives & Co. (Oakland Iron Works) 511-513 Second 

Siesbuttel D., 361 Ninth 

Tatterson J. W. 3 1063 Broadway and 465 Twelfth 

Marble Workers. 

Farley Robert, Broadway bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 

Hart Peter, XE cor Second and Broadway 

Madden & Sheedy, 1214 Broadway 

Hanhattan Marble Co. of Cal, NW cor Filbert and First 

Metal Roofers. 

Dalziel James, 1149 Broadway 

De La Montanya M., 1011 Broadway 

Kirk O. C, 315 East Twelfth 

GEO. HAVES & CO., 

METAL AND CORRUGATED IRON ROOFERS, 

Galvanized Iron Cornices, Dormer Windows, Pinnacles, 
Finials, etc. All kinds of 

ARCHITECTURAL AND OTHER SHEET IROX WORK, 

Manufacturers of Stamped Ornamental Zinc Work, Hayes' Patent Non-Leaking 

Ventilating Skylight. Blinds. Ventilators, Chimney Jacks, etc. 

30 HARRIET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

Miclwives. 

Abele M. Mrs., E s Chester bet West Fifth and Seventh 

Allen Susan Mrs., S s Fifth bet Chester and Henry 

Fleck Arneiia, 721 Sixth 

Grover Sarah B., 603 Franklin 

Lindsay C. Mrs., NE cor East Twelfth and 12th av 

Scott Julia Mrs., 564 Seventh 

Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

Bettman J. J. Mrs, 1000 Broadway 
Boslee C. Mine., 461 Twelfth 
Buehren Mary E. Miss, 1005 Broadway 
Cunningham Margaret Mrs., 960 Broadway 
Hetherington A. Mrs., SW cor Eighth and Willow 
Reynolds B. T. Mrs., 325 Twelfth 



Stephen Smith, Real Estate and Collection Agt., 917 Broadway 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth 



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Silberberg S. Mrs., (.18 Twelfth 
Spencer Margaret Mrs., 323 Twelfth 
Tatterson Mary A. Mrs., 1063 Broadway 
Ward Enmia Mrs., Centennial Block 

Mills— Flour. 

Babcock & Gould (Oakland City) 413-415 Third 

Samm Jacob, NW cor First and Clay 

Weston & Welch (Clinton) SW cor 12th av and East Eleventh 

Mills-- Sawing- and Planing. 

Blair George M. (Grove street) NW cor Grove and First 
Blethen & Terry (Pioneer) NW cor Broadway and First 
Burnham, Standeford & Co. (Oakland) NW cor Washington 

and First 
Bush Stephen (Berkeley) cor Second and Bristol, W B 
California Bridge and Building Co. (Enterprise) SW cor 

Second and Grove 
Power & Ough (Brooklyn) cor 14th av and East Fourteenth 
Price & Moore (Oaklancl Point) Oakland Point 

3Insic Dealers. 

Kohler, Chase & Co., Broadwav bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Kodolph Frank B., 1003 Broadwav 
White James E., 456 Twelfth 

Music Printers. 

Diamond Printing Office, J. E. White, 454 Twelfth 

DIAMOND PRINTING OFFICE 



ALL KINDS OF 

JOB AND MX7SIO PBIjVTING 

EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AXD DISPATCH. 
Office 454 Twelfth Street. 

Emmet Mmia 9 Piawosam* Q&g&ns 

Music Store 456 Twelfth Street, Oakland. 

J. B, WHITE. Proprietor, 

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452 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Musical Instruments. 

Strickland & Co., 1061 Broadway 

Native Wines and Brandies. 

Bocqueraz Peter, 822 Broadway 
Gaudin J., 840 Broadway 

Naturalist. 

Lorquin E. F., E s Elni ur Hawthorne av 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

Alameda County Weekly Gazette, Bishop & Powers, 911 
Broadway 

Brooklyn Vidette, George W. Barter, NE cor 13th av and 
East Fourteenth 

Daily Evening Tribune, Dewes & Gibson, 911 Broadway 

Daily Oakland Transcript, Bishop & Powers, 911 Broadway 

Oakland City Directory, Bishop's, 959 Broadway, and 518 
Clay, S F 

Oakland Daily News, Oakland News Co., 460 Ninth 

Oakland Journal, Journal Co., 911 Broadway 

Signs of the Times, Pacific Seventh Day Adventist Publish- 
ing Association, NW cor Castro and Eleventh 

West Oakland Press, DeWitt C. Lawrence, N s Bailroad av 
bet Wood and Willow 

Notaries Public. 

Bolton William, N s Bailroad av bet Wood and Pine, W O 

Dusinbury Myron T., 915 Broadway 

Edwards George W., 457 Ninth 

Hoskins William, 909 Broadway 

Lawrence DeWitt C, N s Bailroad av bet Wood and Willow 

Metcalf George D., Union Savings Bank, cor Broadway and 

Ninth 
Sessions J. W. 462 Eighth 

Smith G. Estabrook, NW cor Broadway and Fifth 
Thompson A. D., 969 Broadway 

GEORGE D. METCALF, 

Notary Public for Alameda County 

AT UNION SAVINGS BANK FROM 8:30 A. M. TO 5 P. M. 



Insure your Houses -with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



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Nurseries. 

Gill Edward, 8 a Twenty-eighth bet Markel and Adeli 
Groves & Bellchambers (Shell Mound Park) 1 mile m 

Temescal Creek 
Hampton John, NE cor Telegraph av and Twenty-second 
Hutchison James (Bay) HE cor Washington and Fourteenth 
Kelsey W. F. (Kersey's) bet Telegraph and San Pablo 

south Sycamore 
King Matthew, N s Twenty-fifth bet Telegraph av and Bdwy 
Lenjen John, N s Twenty-second nr Eilbert 
Newsora Lavens M. (Maple Leaf) 151 East Twelfth 
Nolan Stephen (Belle View) S s Brown nr Telegraph av 
Pryal A. D., Pryal's Valley, Temescal 

Oyster Saloons. 

(See also Restaurants.) 
Calhoun Robert, NW cor First and Webster 
Campbell & Spiavs, 19-23 City Market 
Morehead James, S s Railroad av bet Wood and Willow 
Rieble Jacob, 902 Broadway 

Painters. 

Adamson I. N. (grainer) S s Chase nr Willow, W 

Anderson William, cor Adeline and Seventh 

Armstrong B. A. & Son, Ns Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 

Baker Alfred S. (grainer) S s Eleventh nr Castro 

Bangle Sc Chase, SE cor East Twelfth and 12th av 

Bangle E. (carriage) 801-803 East Twelfth 

Bushell Edward A., 472 Twelfth 

Coughlin T. L. (grainer) NW cor Eighth and Washington 

Finnigan Michael J., S s Nineteenth bet Brush and Castro 

Galindo F. L. (carriage) SE cor 16th av and West Four- 
teenth 

Gardiner James T., Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Gibb & Co., 814 Broadway 

Hannan J. J., 69H East Twelfth 

Henderson D. D. (carriage) E s Wood bet Railroad av and 
Goss 

Horswill «fc Jones, 832 Clay 

How & Doolittle, NE cor Ninth and Broadway 

Jackson B. C. & Co., 864 Broadway 

McGovern Andrew J., (fresco) 1157 Broadway 

Moore John A., junction Market and San Pablo av 

Ross John, 470 Third 



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Rutherford Charles B., 1016 Broadway 
Schroeder C. W,, 834 Broadway 
Whittier & Peckhani, 516 Seventh 

Paints, Oils, Glass, etc. 

California Fire and Water Proof Paint Co., 956 Broadway 

Farwell & Garrigan, 864 Broadway 

Gardiner James T., Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Gibb & Co., 814 Broadway 

Rutherford Charles B., 1016 Broadway 

GIBB & C O. 

Artistic Sign and Window Shade Painting, 
Manufacturers Window Shades. 

814 Broadway, near Sixth, - - Oakland. 

Paper Hangings. 

Farwell & Garrigan, 864 Broadway 
MeGovem Andrew J., 1157 Broadway 
Taylor Charles L., 1060 Broadway 

Pax>er Rulers. 
Miller' J. Fred., Wilcox Block, room 9 

BOOK BINDERY AND PAPER RULING. 

Office— Room 9 Wilcox Block, 

CORNER BROADWAY AND NINTH STREETS. 

b;lank books made to order, 

Magazines and Periodicals Bound in every style at short notice. 

J. FRED MILLER, Proprietor. 

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Pavements. 

Alameda Macadamizing Co., F. E Weston president, 954 

Broadway 
Oakland Paving Co., C. T. H. Palmer president, Union 

Bank Building 

Photographers. 

Baker ArgHogan, Broadway bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
Bluett & to Fardon, 1157 Broadway 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broad-way, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth st. 



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Disney M., SW oor Seventh and Brush 

Ingersoll William B., SW cor Twelfth and Broadwav 

Strong Joseph D., NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 

Physicians. 

Adams John S., 1004 Broadway 
A&dirigton D. C., E s Telegraph av nr Twenty-third 
Agard A. H., SE cor Ninth and Broadway 
Anthony A. G., SW cor Eighth and Willow, W O 
Babcock Herman P., NW cor Washington and Tenth 
Baldwin David M., 1059 Broadway 
Bamford William, 657 East Twelfth 
Bancroft William H. (magnetic) 921 Broadway 
Barber E. T., Cosmopolitan Hotel, room 9 
Blackmail — , 1116 Alice 

Bolton William, N s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine 
Bradway Joseph R., 1059 Broadway 
Braman Jason J., cor Sixth and Delaware, W B 
Buck Ephraim W., 1011 Webster 
CaryL. H., 916 Eighth 
Coxhead T. C. (homteopathic) 519 Tenth 
Gushing Clinton, SW cor Ninth and Broadway 
De Tavel T. C. H. 3 460 Third 
Dinsmore Wm. G., 1055 Broadway 
Docking Thomas, Bartlett House 
Draper Charles F., 957 Washington 
Edwards James, NE cor Seventh and Adeline 
Evans Thomas, Bartlett House 
Farno A. C, NW cor Fifteenth and Brush 
Fish M. W., 461 East Fourteenth 
Foulkes James F., 1068 Broadway 

Garcelon Seward, W s Madison bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 
Gardanowsky A., 1058 Broadw T ay 
Gibbons Henry, NW cor Eighth and Broadway 
Gillett James S., Bussell House 

Harrington W. C, SE cor 10th av and East Seventeenth 
Henley William, 365 Second 
Hollister George W., W s Campbell nr Eighth 
Hopkins H. St. George, 271 Fourth 
Hudson A. S., NW cor Eighth and Broadway 
Kittredge C. S., 577 Twelfth 
Lane Charles W., SW^ cor Twentieth and Curtis 
Leonard Charles W., 810 Myrtle 
Levanw^ay William A., 1068 Broadway 
Liliencrantz A., 263 Twelfth 



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456 OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Luther D., 320 Eighth 

MacEae Alexander, 462 Tenth 

Mathews George C, SW cor Webster and Twelfth 

McClure T. A., 324 Sixth 

McLaren Peter, W s 7th av bet East Tenth and East Eleventh 

Miller Noah, 1004 Broadway, rooms 10-11 

Mintie A. E., 419 East Twelfth 

Nestell D. D. T., 714 Tenth 

Newcoinb W., 1059 Broadway 

Nicholson I. E., 626 Eighth 

Pendery N. S., Russell House, rooms 15-16 

Pinkerton T. H., 570 Eleventh 

Pieilay John P., 1059 Broadway 

Robinson Jesse, 911 Grove 

Rodolph S. F. (homoeopathic) 1003 Broadway 

Rosenk Gustav, Eureka Hotel 

Schermer H., Jefferson bet Fifth and Sixth 

Self ridge James M., 106S Broadway 

Sherman George E., 1055 Broadway 

Stone E. P., 568 Twelfth 

Thornton A. W., XE cor Castro and Seventh 

Trembley J. B., 921 Broadwav, room 13 

Van Wyck J. C, 512 Sixth and 921 Broadway 

Terhave Adrian, 970 Broadway 

~V\ arren Orrin P., Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Webb J. Watson. 959 Washington 

Wheeler Peter, Grand Central Hotel 

Woolsey E. H., 1068 Broadway 

Yard George M., 621 Webster' 

Physicians—Female. 

Cahill Ruth Mrs.. 817 Market 
Stone Eloise P., 29 Central Block 

Pianos. 

Kohler, Chase & Co., Broadway bet Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth 
Moore Armstrong P., 1101 Broadwav 
White James E., 456 Twelfth 



Pictures. 

Lutz <fc Berg, 1058 Broadway 



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Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 
OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 457 

Picture Frames and Brackets. 

Lutz & Berg, 1058 Broadway 
Perry S. A. & Co., 843 Broadway 

Potteries. 

Brannan Daniel (Pioneer) cor East Twelfth and 17th av 
Bundoek & Bro. (E O Stoneware) cor Eighteenth av and 

East Twelfth 
Miller & Winsor- (California) cor East Twelfth and Park 
Pacific (of Sacramento) W. H. Parkinson agent, NE cor 

Tenth and Franklin 

Poultry. 

Crosley J. S., 1-3 City Market 
Olmsted & Howe, 5-9 City Market 

Preserved Fruits, etc. 

Lusk J. & Co., Evoy av bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs 

Printers— Job. 

Butler & Bowman, 568 Ninth 

De Forest & Gaskill, 828 Broadway 

Gracey H. S. & Co., 377 East Eleventh 

Bedstone, Ely & Lister, E s Broadway bet Fifth and Sixth 

White James E., 456 Twelfth 

Produce— Dairy. 

Crosley J. S., 1-3 City Market 
Frederick William B'., 410 Nifltli 
Olmsted & Howe, 5-9 City Market 

Produce— Vegetables. 

Atkinson G. D., 1216 Broadway 
Lewis C. R. & Co., 1009 Broadway 
Olmsted & Howe, 5-9 City Market 
Tharsing & Lake, 1736 Railroad av 

Publishers. 

Halley William (Centennial Year Book of Alameda County) 
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Nightingill A. K, Ns Sycamore nr San Pablo av 
White James E. (music) 456 Twelfth 

WM. HALLEY, 
Printer ^txxca. I 3 \xl3lisli.or 

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Railroads. 

Broadway and Telegraph Avenue Railroad Co., "Wilcox 

Block 
Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad Co., 462 Eighth 
East Oakland, Fruit Vale and Mills' Seminary Railroad Co., 

SE cor 12th av and Eleventh 
Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad, E s 6th av bet 

East Eleventh and East Twelfth 

Real Estate Agents. 

Berkeley Real Estate and Water Works, S s Seventh nr 

Washington 
Berkeleyville Association, S s Seventh nr Washington 
Bigelow Elijah, 900 Broadway 
Bigelow Thaddeus B., 90 Broadway 
Carl Charles, 922 Broadway 
Central Land Co., 954 Broadway 
ChappeletF., S s Seventh nr Washington 
Chubbuck Charles E., E s San Pablo av nr Hobart 
Doe Luke, 958 Broadway 
Fifty Associates, 462 Eighth 
Fowler W W & Co., 901 Washington 
Gardiner James J., 464 Ninth 
George H. W., 1004 Broadway 
Gladding, Surrhyne & Co., 956 Broadway 
Guernsey A. A., 906 Broadway 
Jordan Wm. H., 921 Broadway 
Kelly E. J. & Co., 414 Seventh 
Koenig & Brinekmann, 472 Seventh 
Lee George W. N s Railroad av nr Wood 
Loebenstein Jacob, 903 Broadway 
Mather, Milbury & Co., 907 Broadway 
Olney & Co., 857 Broadway 



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J. S. G. Gordon d elivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot 469 Ninth 



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Page Francis S., 1007 Broadway 

Robinson A. W., 956 Broadway 

Rowell William K., NE cor Broadway and Ninth 

Smith G. Estabrook, NW cor Broadway and Fifth 

Smith Stephen, 917 Broadway 

The Central Land Co, 954 Broadway 

The Real Estate Union, 921 Broadway 

Webster A. B., 626 East Twelfth 

Wetmore J. L. & Co., 922 Broadway 

Whicker & Warner, 464 Ninth 

Woodward & Taggart, 460-462 Eighth 

Restaurants. 



Sash Weights. 

Barnes H. W., Second bet Broadway and Washington, E O 



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Bachman John, cor Union and Strawberry creek, Berkeley 

Bauder C. & Co., 838 Broadway 

Berger John, Willow Grove Park 

Branquinho M. E., 679 East Twelfth 

Campbell & Spiars, 19-23 City Market 

Cattaneo Guiseppe, W s Telegraph av nr Temascal creek 

Chase Charles E., N s Railroad av bet Pine & Wood, W % 

Emerson Wm. H., XE cor East Eleventh and 13th av 

Farrell William, Newland's Hotel 2 

Gates Alvah jr., 1111 Broadway <§ 

Gillard & Philibert, Twelfth opposite Lake Merritt g, 

Grant B. F., Bnssell House c 

Henninger John, 1756 Railroad av £5 

Marques John, 459 Ninth g 

Mathews C. G. A., 1022 Broadway 

Milloslovich Louis, 459 Seventh 

Morehead James, S s Railroad av bet Wood and Willow, 

W O 
Morse Moses G., 858 Broadway 
Pagge & Malacarne, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 
Parmeland F., 839 Broadway 
Parsons Samuel S., C P R R wharf 

Pauletti Charles, University av nr Humboldt av, Berkeley 
Petersen & Co., 861 Broadway 

Rieble Jacob, 902 Broadway " g 

Taylor Monroe, steamer Oakland £. 

Viscovich & Donahue, 460 Seventh 
Williams Nicholas, 463-465 Seventh j? 






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Saw Filers. 

Clavelot A., 411 Seventh 
Muuson J. H., 1110 Broadway 

Schools. 

Classical and English School, K. W. Brier principal, N s 
Thirteenth bet Franklin and Webster 

Home School for Young Ladies, MissH. N. Field principal, 
S s Hobart bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

Institute of Civil Engineering, A. Yan Der Naillen princi- 
pal, 461 Ninth 

Paul A. S. Mrs., 215 Twelfth 

St. Joseph's Free School, cor Seventh and Jefferson 

Searcher of Records. 

Lawrie A. G., County Court House, room 7 
McKeand George W., SE cor Fourth and Broadway 
Sizer Samuel E., 803 Broadway 
Smith G. Estabrook, NTT cor Broadway and Fifth 
Whicher John A., 464 Ninth 



A. G# LAWRIE, 
SEARCHER OF RECORDS 

FOR ALAMEDA COUNTY, 
Room 7, Court House Bnildiug, Oakland. 

Seedsmen. 

(See also Nurseries.) 

Hutchison James, SE cor Washington and Fourteenth 
Newsom Lavens M., 151 East Twelfth 

Sewing* Machines. 

Browning Benjamin (Victor) 466 Twelfth 
Davis Pliny E. (Grover *fc Baker) 1012 Broadway 
Earley, Smith & Dailey (Davis) 1101 Broadway 
Halsted James M. (Singer) 1015 Broadway 
Mauvais Zeno (Florence) 456 Twelfth 
Myers Jonathan (Remington) 465 Ninth 
Tay John I. (Howe) 965 Broadway 

STEPHEN SMITH— for Choice City Lots~917 Broadway. 



Drink pure Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 461 



Sheet Iron Workers. 

Dalziel James, 1149 Broadway 

Sclmler Ernst, N s Seventeenth nr Wood 



GEO. HAYES & CO. 

Mfe^seef SI;? limits. 

Ventilating' and Weather-Proof Blinds and Metal Cornices. 

Stamped Zinc Work for Architectural Decorations, 

Ventilators, Chimney .lacks, and all kinds 

of Sheet Iron "Work, Cresting, etc. 

ESTIMATES AND ILLUSTRATED CATALOG DE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 

30 Harriet Street, San Francisco. 

Silver Platers. t 

Berger L. P., 967 Broadway 



Gold and Silver Plating 




653-655 Mission Street, 

Between New Montgomery and Third, - - San Francisco. 



First Premium Silver Medal awarded at the last Fair of the Mechanics' Institute. 



Every description of goods (including Table Ware), from which the silver is worn, re- 
plated in the best manner. 

Watches, Jewelry, etc ,, Plated with Gold in the finest manner. 

A large assortment of new styles of Plated Ware and Cutlery on hand and for sale at the 
lowest Rates. ^ 

New and elegant styles of Door Plates and Numbers furnished. 

The interests of manufacturers consulted, by plating home-made goods at prices that 
will compete with the East. A Liberal Discount made to the Trade. . 

Gold Saving, Silver-Plated Amalgamating Plates, for Miners' use, furnished to order. 

All goods WARRANTED FIRST CLASS in every respect. 

Old Gold and Silver Bought or Taken in Exchange. 

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Silver Plating, Gold Plating, Nickel Plating, 
Copper Plating. 

Largest Works on the Pacific Coast. First class work at Eastern Prices. 



Office and Works - - - 134 Sutter Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Standard Soap Co., cor Third and Addison 

Soda Water. 

Bliven James I., NE cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Gordon Joseph S. G. (Napa) 469 Ninth 
Stimpson James, 510 Seventh 

Stationers. 

(See Books and Stationery.) 

Stoves and Tin Ware. 

Ash Henry, 817 Broadway 

Dalziel James, 1149 Broadway 

De La Montanya M., 1011 Broadway 

Gemmell Alexander, 820 Broadway 

Howard John H., E s 13th av bet East Eleventh and East 

Twelfth 
Kirk O. L., 315 East Tweltth 
Lynde George L., 683 East Twelfth 

Surveyors. 

Arnold Thomas J., City Hall 
Boardman F. "W., 812 Broadway 
Boardman W. F., 812 Broadway 

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Bost John, N s Sixteenth nr Grove 

Castro Luis (County) Court House 

Cooler Henry, S s Seward nr Willow 

Doherty George, 721 Fifth 

Doherty John, 721 Fifth 

Faircliild James C, SW cor Clay and Twelfth 

Fauntleroy William H., cor Fourteenth and Market 

Gilcrest John, 304 Second 

Hyde W. B., 162 Third 

King Malcolm G., 1004 Broadway, room 89 

Kluegel Charles H., Fourteenth bet Adeline and Linden 

Morgan Thomas W., 10 City Hall 

Powell William B., Alta House 

Kector P. C., 363 Ninth 

Kichards William A., 619 Tenth 

' Tailors—Merchant. 

Borelle J., 373 Eleventh 

Carter John, 466 Eighth 

Davis Marks, 469 Seventh 

Deering Henry, 1018 Broadway 

Francis Samuel, 1006 Broadway 

Gallwas Frederick, 49 San Pablo av 

Goldiner Carl, 700 Broadway 

Gray Simon, 917 Seventh 

Hallahan Florence, 620 East Twelfth 

Harris Bros, 903 Broadway 

Healy Morris J., 1056 Broadway 

Jenning Godhold, S s Bailroad av bet Wood and Willow, 

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McArthur Daniel, 1840 Eailroad av, W O 
Moreton Henry, 962 Broadway 
Samuels B., 818 Broadway 
Schneider L., 380 East Twelfth . 
Simon Gustav, 834 Broadway 

Tanneries. 

Crist G. F., (Brooklyn) NW cor East Twelfth and 21st av 
Derby J. S. (Oak Grove) 871 East Twelfth 

Teachers — Music. 

Braun Julia Mrs., 264 Eleventh 
Briggs W r . H., 519 Eighth 



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Clark M. B., cor Telegraph av and Forty-third 

Clark M. C. Mrs., Sixteenth nr Jefferson 

Dohrmann John H., 359 Fourth 

Herman F. C, 517 Ninth 

Knapp Minnie Miss, Blake House 

Lockstaedt L., 1006 Webster 

Macdougall William J., E s Franklin bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth 
Mueller Constantine, cor Twenty-sixth and Chestnut 
Xeedham G. S., 769 East Fourteenth 
Paget Mr. and Mrs., cor Telegraph av and Seventeenth 
Potter Ellie Miss, S s Fifteenth nr Market 
Searle Eliza Miss, Berkeley Farm House 
Welcker Wendell, 729 Tenth 

Telegraph Offices. 

American District Telegraph Co., B. Pt. Bates superintend- 
ent, Ninth nr Broadway 

Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co., E. W. Haskin manager, 
Broadway K R station 

Western Union Telegraph Co., B. R. Bates manager, Union 
Bank Building ; Grand Central Hotel ; Post Offices 
West and East Oakland 

Tin Ware. 

(See also Stoves and Tin Ware.) 

Babcock & Douglas (tinsmiths) 460 Twelfth 
Schimmelpfennig F. jr., 773 East Twelfth 
Schuler Ernst, N s Seventeenth nr Wood 

Undertakers. 

Beaudry & McAvoy, 835 Broadway 

Helmer William, 914 Broadway 

McKenzie W. W., N s Eighth bet Broadway and Franklin 



W. W. McKENZIE. 
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Eighth St., bet. Broadway and Franklin, Oakland 



Funerals conducted in the best possible manner, and with promptness and dispatch. 
All undertaking at reasonable rates, as I devote my whole attention to the business. 

All kinds of Coffins and Caskets, wooden or metallic. Also all descriptions of Merino 
and Satin Robes constantly on hand. 

Hearse and Carriages for city and country. 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



Ice Cream made to order at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 



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Upholsterers. 

(See also Furniture.) 

Barker F., 468 Eighth 
French, Stuart & Co., 470 Ninth 
Gordon James, 51 San Pablo av 
Hook Elijah, 1067-1071 Broadway 
Kaiser Martin, 423 Tenth 
Mayer Adolpli, 619 East Twelfth 
Moody & Eggert, SW cor Goss and Pine 
Schreiber Christ, 1105-1107 Broadway 
Schreiber Philip, 1064 1066 Broadway 
Young & Rothenberger, 374 Tenth 

Variety Stores. 

Drey ful B., 1504 Railroad av 
Sherrott Edward, 807 Broadway 



Veterinary Surgeons. 

Hogarty Joseph B., 1068 Thirteenth av, E O 

Meyer Fritz, 473 Eighth 

Wright James, S s Twenty-first nr Telegraph av 

Warehouses. 

Oakland, Gladding Bros., cor First and Jefferson 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

Berger L. P., 967 Broadway 

Brown William F., 867 Broadway 

Buehren Augustus H., 1005 Broadway 

Frey John, 1765 Railroad av 

Hansen Albert, 620 East Twelfth 

Mueller & Steffanoni, 923 Broadway 

Wiesser John, S s Railroad av bet Wood and Pine 

Wilson William, 961 Broadway 

Wright A. H., 465 Ninth 

Water Works. 

Berkeley Real Estate and Water Works, S s Seventh nr 

Washington 
Contra Costa Water Co., 458 Eighth 

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Whiteners. 

Baker T. R., W s Adeline r±r Twenty-sixth 
Handy J. B., 420 Third 
McGovern Andrew J., 1157 Broadway 
Van Haltren Peter (and plasterer) NW cor Second and Jack- 
son 



Wig Makers and Hairdressers. 

Alliot E., 963 Franklin 
Cradock D. L. Miss, 1068 Broadway 
Dove Jennie Mrs., 903 Webster 
Fox M. J. Mrs., 1210 Broadway 
Perrin A. Mrs., 325 Twelfth 
Terrington E. A. Mrs., 456 Twelfth 



Willow Workers. 

Schmidt A. J., 962 Broadway 

Windmills. 

Turbine Windmill Co., N s Second bet Washington and 
Broadway 

Wood and Coal. 

Anderson Simon, W s Poplar bet Tenth and Twelfth, E 
Cole & Ralston, 410-416 Ninth 
Freeman & Jafle, 411 Eighth 
Gilardin Bros., N s Twelfth bet 12th and 13th avs 
Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell, NW cor Washington and Fifth 
Medbery & Low, cor Chapel and Bancroft way, Berkeley 
Naegle G. H., NE cor Sixth and Washington 
Purington & Ough, 609-611 East Eleventh 
Shakespear & Walter (wholesale) 413-421 Eleventh 
Sunol Joseph D., SE cor Wood and Seventh 
Surryhne E. & Co., foot Division, W O 
Thomas Frank E., 413 Tenth 



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Alameda Directory. 



THE TOWN OF ALAMEDA. 



The Town of Alameda was incorporated by an Act of the 
Legislature in 1872. It embraces the entire township of 
Alameda and is, in extent, about two and one-half miles 
from east to west, and about seven miles in length from 
north to south. The population is variously estimated at 
from 3,500 to 4,500. 

The location is exceedingly attractive, the site being 
covered with a growth of live oak. The climate is excellent, 
the air warm, mild and invigorating. Many families from 
San Francisco avail themselves of this sheltered spot as an 
escape from the fierce winds which rage at the city from 
March to October. 

Communication with Oakland and San Francisco is via the 
Central Pacific Railroad, which runs twelve trains each way 
daily, and three additional trains on Sundays. Monthly 
tickets, entitling the holder to a round trip daily to and from 
San Francisco, are sold for three dollars 

Alameda has bright prospects ahead. There is every 
reason that a populous and wealthy town will be built up. 
Its growth is constant and at the present time quite rapid. 

Real estate is held at fair prices, choice residence lots, 50 
by 100 feet, selling at from $400 to $700 each, cheaper lots 
at $150 to $300. The best business property is worth $25 to 
$40 per front foot 

Alameda has two dry good stores, five groceries, one 
hardware and two drug stores. 

There are two well kept hotels, the Yosemite and the 
Loyal Oak. 



TOWN GOVERNMENT. 



Board of Trustees — H. Robinson, President; E. B. 
Mastick, John Barton, P. A. Wenck and William Simpson. 
This Board is elected on the first of May, annually. 
Term of office, one year. Regular meetings every Tuesday 
evening. 



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Board of School Ttustees — Elected for three years, two 
members retiring one year and three the next. Regular 
meetings are held every Wednesday evening. H. H. Haight, 
President; C. Wilson, A. Mayrisch, B. F. Baker, J. W. 
Clark. 

Town Treasurer and Tax Collector — N. W. Palmer. 
Elected for one year. Term expires May 1, 1877. 

Town Clerk — John Ellsworth. Appointed by the Board 
of Trustees. 

Town Assessor and Street Superintendent. — E. Miner 
Smith, elected for one year. Term expires May 1st, 1877. 
Office corner Park and Bailroad avenues. 

County Assessor for Township. — E. Miner Smith, elected 
for two years. Term expires March 1st, 1877. 

Justices of the Peace. — J. W. Clark, office at Mas tick's 
Station; Charles M. Radcliff, office at Alameda Station. 

Constables — F. K. Krauth jr., and Gary Moulton, office 
at Justice's office 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 



High School. — Santa Clara avenue between Willow and 
Chestnut. This school occupies a first-class two story and 
basement building of eight rooms, costing $14,000. C. T. 
Jones, Principal. E. L. Knowlton and Miss Carrie Havens, 
Assistants. 

Alameda School. — Corner Yan Buren and Mound Streets. 
A one story frame building of three rooms. C. L. Metzgar, 
Principal. Miss Martha Bayle and Miss Mary E. Wheeler, 
Assistants. 

Encinal School. — Corner Bay and Santa Clara avenues. 
A two room frame building. Teachers not yet appointed. 

Park Street School. =■— Corner Park and Pacific avenues. 
Miss Sarah D. Barry, Teacher. 

West End School. — Corner Second and Pacific avenues. 
A one story frame of two rooms. Miss F. C . Barrett, Teacher. 

Insure your Houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



J. S. G. Gordon is the pioneer Ice man, 469 Ninth st., Oakland 



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CHURCHES. 



Christ Church, Episcopal. — Location corner Oak and 
Santa Clara avenues. Rev. Alfred Todhunter, Rector. Thia 
society has a neat wooden clmrch edifice, erected in 1873, si 
a cost of about *4,000. Hours of service, 11 a.m., and 7:8Q 
p.m. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. 

First Presbyterian Church.— Location corner Versailles 
and Central avenues. Has a good church edifice, costing 
$5,000. Rev. R. L. Taber, Pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 
7 :30 p.m. Sunday School at 12 :30 p.m, 

Methodist Episcopal Church. — Location corner Park and 
Central avenues. F. P. Tower. Pastor. Services at 11 a.m. 
and 7 :30 p.m. Sunday School at 10 a.m. 

St. Josephs Church, R. C. — Location cor Santa Clara av- 
enue and Chestnut street. Rev. William Gleeson, Pastor. 
Pastoral residence, Brooklyn. Services at 9 a.m. Sunday 
School at 2 p.m. 



PUBLIC HALLS. 



Town Hall. — Park avenue near Railroad avenue. 

Smith's Hall — Comer Park avenue and Pacific. Seating 
capacity about 300. 

Masonic Hall. — Corner Santa Clara avenue and Park. 

Odd Fellows' Hall. — Corner Park and Webb. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. 

Oak Grove Lodge, No. 215. — Stated meetings on the last 
Thursday evening of each month at Masonic Hall, corner of 
Santa Clara and Park avenues. Membership, 36. Robert 
McGoun, W. M.; Conrad Liese, S. W.; Jackson Dever, 
J. W.; A. S. Barber, Treasurer; J. W. Mastick, Secretary; 
C. H. Ham, S. D.; J. L. Lewis, J. D.; James McGowan, 
Chaplain; James Hayselden, Marshal; James Millington and 
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Adoptive Masonry. 

TELE ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR. 

Alameda Chapter, No. 7. — Stated meetings on the second 
and fourth Friday of every month at Masonic Hall. Mem- 
bership, 32. Conr.d Liese, Worthy Patron; Hattie E. 
Haile, Worthy Matron; Nellie Liese, Associate Matron; 
S Jackson Dever, Treasurer; E. Minor Smith, Secretary; 
^ Abbie Coombs, Conductress; Magdalene Xobman, Associate 
g Conductress; Jennie A. Smith, Adah; Elizabeth Hayselden, 
a Ruth: Emily A. Lewis, Esther; Helen Irwin, Martha; Maria 
g Anderson, Electa; Marion P. Wood, Warder; D. C. Ander- 
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Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 



Exctxal Lodge, Xo. 164. — Meets every Monday evening 

at hall, corner of Park avenue and Webb. Membership, 80. 

>> Alfred Bannister, X. G. ; Charles Damon, V. G, ; Thomas 

k | Hazelten, Treasurer; Charles H. Ham, Recording Secretary; 

re M. W. Peck, Permanent Secretary. 
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Independent Order of Good Templars. 



Alameda Lodge, Xo. 385. — Meets every Tuesday evening 
s at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Park avenue and Webb street. 

§ Membership, 80, A. F. Barber, W. C. T.; Miss Mav Mill- 
ington, W. V. T. ; Frank J. Krauth, W. S. ; Alfred L. Barber, 
k W. F. S. ; Miss Adella Cook, W. Treasurer; Clarence Brower, 
p W. M.: Miss C. Horton, W. D. M.: J. W. Bones, P. W. 
g C. T.; Rev. F. P. Tower, W. C; C. H. Haile, L. D.; Miss 
Eh Nellie Smith, W. H. S. ; John McLaughlin, W. I. G. ; John 
P Walsh, W. O. G. 



The Alameda Eneinal. 



F."'K. Krauth, editor and publisher. Office on Park near 
Railroad avenue. This journal is now in the seventh year 
of its publication. It is issued every Saturday. Terms, $3 
per annum. 

Alameda Building and Loan Association. 

Monthly meetings are held at Harmonie Hall. Henry 

Mohr, Secretary. 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



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Post Offices. 

Alameda Post Office— Park street comer of Webb. A. 
S. Barber, Postmaster. Office hours from 7 A. X. to 8 P. X. 
Mails arrive at 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Mails depart at 7 \. m. 
and 4 p. M. 

Encinal Post Office— Comer of Webster and Railroad 
avenues. J.W.Clark, Postmaster. Office hours and arrivals 
and departures of the mails same as Alameda Office. 



J. E. Blethen. V. P. Terry. 



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Furnished and Unfurnished Rooms, with or without Board. 

House new and newly furnished. Pleasant locality. Twelfth street cars run within a 
half block of the house. 

A. BALDWIN Proprietor. 



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Adams A. M., lock manufacturer (S F) res N s Webb nr 

Park - «< 

ALAMEDA BREWERY, Viktor Ruthart proprietor, NW 9f 

cor Santa Clara and 3d avs I Q 

ALAMEDA ENCINAL THE, F. K. Krautli publisher and ? 

proprietor, S s Park nr Station 1 5fl 

Alameda Grammar School, C. L. Metzger principal, SE cor j j» 

Mound and Van Buren ! .. 

Alameda Harmony Society, Adolph Mayrisch president, I oa 

Paru nr Central av jjj. 
Alameda High School, S s Santa Clara bet Willow and 

Chestnut 
Alameda Oil Works, Samuel Orr proprietor, cor Spruce and 

Davenport 

Albers August, res E s Hibbard nr Railroad av R 

Allberg Victor,, clerk with F. Boe^mer A: Co., res W s Park i % 



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nr Santa Clara av 
Ames Mary Mrs., res E s Park nr Central av | 5 

Ames Orville T. (0. T. Ames & Son) res SW cor Park and 

Railroad av 
Ames Orville W. (O. T. Ames & Son) res SW cor Park and 

Railroad av 
Ames O. T. & Son (O. T. and O. W. Ames) wines and liq- 
uors, SW cor Park and Railroad av 
Andrews Amasa B., res NE cor Santa Clara av and Oak 
Andrews Frank, clerk with Eugene Dewey (S F) res NE cor 

Santa Clara av and Oak 
Anderson Charles, master mariner, res NE cor Alameda av 

and Oak 
Arans Michael, res cor Oak and San Antonia av 
Armes John, laborer, res Santa Clara av nr Paru 
Aughinbaugh Gideon, carpenter, res N s Central av bet 3d 

av and Webster 
Ayer Isaac, clerk, res Park nr San Jose' av 



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Baker B. F., res NW cor Buena Vista av and Walnut 
Baldwin William, res S s Alameda av bet Park and Oak 
Bancroft A. J., butcher, shop and res W s Park bet Central 

and Santa Clara avs 
Bannister Alfred, civil engineer, NW cor Eailroad av and 

Park, res NE cor Monroe and Versailles av 
Barber & Barker (James B. Barber and Frank A. Barker) 

wood and coal, W s Park opposite Webb 
Barber Alfred S., clerk with A. S. Barber, res cor High 

and Jackson 
Barber Arthur F., clerk with A. S. Barber, res cor High and 

Jackson 
BARBER A. S., general merchandize, S s Park nr Webb, 

res cor High and Jackson 
Barber James B. (Barber & Barker) res W s High nr Van 

Buren 
Barker Frank A. (Barber and Barker) res W s High nr Van 

Buren 
Barlow Henry, proprietor Loyal Oak Hotel, S s Park bet 

Railroad and Pacific avs 
BAROTEAU A., Central Garden, store and res NW cor 

Railroad av and Grand 
Barrett F. C. Miss, teacher Alameda Grammar School, res 

Central av bet Park and Broadway 
Barrow Victor, res San Jose av nr Willow 
Barry George, teamster, res Park nr Beach 
Barry Sarah Miss, principal Park-st Primary School, res 

1224 Broadway (S F 
Barton J., salt (S F) res cor Everett and Webb 
Barton P. W., insurance, res E s Park nr Central av 
Bartow David, tinsmith with Thomas Mills, res Loyal Oak 

Hotel 
Basel George, laborer with Conrad Liese 
Beck Ludwig, insurance (S F) res Santa Clara nr McPherson 
Beck Rosianna, domestic, cor Walnut and Central av 
Bemer Frederick, saloon, res cor Central av and Park 
Benaux Margaret Mine., res W s Webster bet Railroad and 

Santa Clara avs 
Bend F., carpenter, res N s Central av bet 2d and 3d avs 
Benjamin George, carpenter, res Woodstock, Alameda point 
Benson Henry, res S s Alameda av nr Oak 
Benson W. W., tinner, res Yosemite Hotel 
Biggs William, carpenter, res cor Eagle av nr Broadway 
Bird George, teamster, res Woodstock, Alameda point 



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Bishop James, groceries and feed, store and res cor Park 

and Central av 

Bishop — , dentist, res N s Clement nr Everett 

Biss W. C, butcher with Conrad Liese, res cor Oak and 
and Park alley 

Bissell George K., school teacher, res N s Railroad av bet 
Concordia and Euclid 

Blunn Edward, gardener, res N s Pacific av bet Walnut and 
Willow 

BOEHMER F. & CO. (Fred. Boehmer and Carl Peterson) 
wholesale wines, liquors, grain and liay, \V s Park nr 
Santa Clara av 

BOEHMER FRED. (F. Boehmer & Co.) res SE cor Central 
av and Park 

Bowen B. P. Mrs., res SW cor Eagle av and Everett 

Braden Sarah, domestic, cor Oak and Central av 

Bradley John, res W s Park nr Clinton av 

Bradley Mary, laundress with H. H. Haight 

Bradley Theodore, superintendent Public Schools, res cor 
Rmilroad av and Grand 

Brand A., res S s Buena Yista av rtr Oak 

BREMER HERMAN, proprietor Schutzen Park, cor Cen- 
tral av and Prospect 

Brewster F. T., U. S. gauger, res S s Eagle av nr Everett 

Briggs O. W. Bev., res Central av nr Schutzen Park 

Britt Patrick, farmer, res foot Central av 

Brock C. C , ship owner, res S s Railroad av nr Oak 

Brooks Joseph, res cor Bay and Central av 

Brower <t Powell ( William' Brower and Charles Powell) pro- 
prietors Alameda Dairy, Pacific av bet Willow and 
Chestnut 

Brower C. W., carpenter, res XE cor Third and Webster, 
Oakland 

Brower William (Brower & Powell) res Pacific av bet Wil- 
low and Chestnut 

Brown C. A., carpenter, res Encinal av nr Willow 

Brown Christian, master mariner, res S s Santa Clara av nr 
Walnut 

Brown J. K., master CPRE steamer Oakland, res Santa 
Clara nr Walnut 

Brown Joseph, gardener, res Yosemite Hotel 

Browne David S., nurseryman, res Buena Vista av nr 
Broadway 

Brunet Louis" N., res Central av bet 3d av and Webster 

Buehle Rose, domestic, Fassking's Park 

Burlev Edward, res cor Davenport and Pine 



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Bush Fred, expressman, res cor Pine and Santa Clara 

-_jnan Herman, res Clinton ay nr Willow 
Butler M. H. Mrs., res Blanding ay nr Park 
But:- - -finite Hotel 

Byler W. P. ; blacksmith. XTT cor Webster and Bailroad ay, 
res XE cor Bailroad ay and "Webster 



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Cabral John, farmer, foot Mountain ay 

Canning John, laborer, res W s Park bet Bailroad ay and 

Webb 
Carlisle M. J. Mrs., res Tosemite Hotel 
1 orison Frederick, carpenter, res N W cor Buena Yista ay 
and Park 
Cayanaugh John, laborer, res cor Eyerett and Bailroad ay 
>.naugh Louise, domestic, cor Eyerett and Bailroad ay 
I CENTRAL, GARDEN, A. Baroteau proprietor, W cor 



~~ Bailroad ay and Grand 



Iburn Theodore T., groom, res Tosemite Hotel 
Channel B. F., mining, res W s Webster nr Park 
Chapin S. A., res > a Pacific ay bet Wood and Chapin 
Chaplin James, accountant, res Willow nr Encinal ay 
..eminant Alexis S., deputy recorder, res SE cor Pacific ay 
3 and Oak 

'— Cheney F. M., farmer, res E s Park nr Central ay 
~ Chipman John, carpenter, res SW cor Oak and Clinton ay 
X Christensen C M:-. 3igh and Madison 

I CHRISTIANSEN CHARLES, contractor and builder, res 
5 - ,nta Clara ay nr Walnut 

~ Christiansen Henry, bartender with C. Herrmann 
^ Christianson C. E. T., cooper, res cor St. Paul and Santa 

Clara 
g CHRIST'S CHURCH Episcopal) A. Todhunter pastor, SW 
-^ cor Santa Clara ay and Oak 

Clapp Frank W., wheelwright (S F) res cor Oak and Enci- 
nal ay 
CLARK JOSEPH W., Postmaster, Justice of the Peace, 
aod real estate agent, W s Webster bet Bailroad and 
Santa Clara avs, res Santa Clara ay nr Webster 
Clement W. B., res SE cor Eagle ay and Park 
Cobb M. G., atry-at-law, res High nr Central ay 
Cohen Alfred A., attj-at-law iSFi res Versailles ay nr 

Bailroad ay 
Cohen Alexander A., res cor Santa Clara ay and McPherson 



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COLHAN DAVID, furniture and upholsterer, res E s Park 
nr Webb 

Collins August, ironer (S F) res San Antonio av nr Willow 
Collins Kate, domestic, cor Buena Vista aed Railroad B 
Colvin Henry, seaman, res cor Pino and Santa Clara av 
Combs Abbie, widow, res SW cor Pacific av and Oak 
Concannon Luke, laborer, res SW cor Mound and Van Buren 
Conrad George, Cosmopolitan Wine and Billiard Boom, SW 

cor Park and Webb 
Conrad John, carpenter, res Central av nr McPherson 
Conway Michael, night watchman CPEK, res SW cor 

Railroad av and Oak 
Cook Alexander, res S s Central av nr Oak 
Cook Anna M., dressmaker, res SW cor High and Central av 
Cook James, plasterer, res E s Webb nr Park 
Cook Napoleon B., carpenter, res SW cor High and Cen- 
tral av 
Cook Oliver, laborer, res Yosemite Hotel 
Cooke Charles D., clerk with Edward B. Keene, res Santa 

Clara bet Oak and Walnut 
Coolbaugh David H., laborer, res Ws Park bet Railroad av 

and Webb 
Cooley Charles B., res N s Pacific av bet Walnut and Oak 
Cooper Charles V., insurance clerk, res Central av nr 

Schuetzen Park 
Corrin John, laborer, res cor High and Central av 
Coy Frank, real estate (S F) res cor St. Paul and Santa 

Clara av 
Culaton Michael, res N s Railroad av bet Walnut and Oak 
Cunningham P., laborer, res S s Pacific bet Webster and 

3d av 
Curry James, fireman C P R R, res Yosemite Hotel 
Curtin Mary H., domestic, cor Railroad av and Webster 
Curvey John (Hally & Curvey) res cor Central av and Everett 
Czomzer Alexander, commission merchant, res Yosemite 

Hotel 



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D'Oyly Nigel, master mariner, res NE cor Railroad av and 

St. Paul 
Davenport Matthew, res junc Pacific and Railroad avs 
Davenport Thomas, bookkeeper Bank of California (S F) 

res junc Pacific and Railroad avs 
Davis Manuel, laborer, res Cottage nr Central av 



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478 ALAMEDA DIRECTORY. 

Davidson A. J., clerk with D. L. Mimson, res cor Park and 

Santa Clara av 
Davison Richard, farmer, res N s Pacific av nr St. Paul 
Day John R., gardener, res Buena Vista av nr Broadway 
De Clare Frank, tailor, res S s Railroad av bet Park and Oak 
De Lorrne G. V., res S s Santa Clara av bet 3d av and Web- 
ster 
Deligne Aniadee, res N s Central av nr Oak 
Dello Charles, gardener, Alameda av nr "Willow 
Denett Louis, carpenter, res Cottage nr Central av 
Derickson W. J., carpenter, res SW cor Park and Pacific av 
Dittmar Charles, proprietor Helvetia Hotel (S F) res W s 

Park bet Railroad av and Santa Clara 
Dodge Arthur C, insurance solicitor, res cor High and 

Jackson 
Donahue John, laborer C P R R, res NW cor Railroad av 

and Oak 
Donahue Martin, laborer C P R R, res NW cor Railroad av 

and Oak 
Dornin Oscar G., clerk Union Savings Bank (Oakland) res 

W s Park nr Central av 
Doyle M. C, saddle and harnessmaker, W s Park bet Rail- 
road and Pacific avs 
Driggs George R., res Clinton av nr Willow 
Dugan Vincent, nurse, W s 1st av bet Central and Pacific 

avs 
Dunn Thomas, rope maker, res S s Railroad av bet Park and 

Oak 
Durein John, boots and shoes, rtore and res W s Park nr 

Santa Clara 
Dye William M., short hand reporter (S F) res N s Eagle av 
nr Park 



Edverts John, lgrfborer, res cor Bay and Central av 

Eichler Rudolph, physician, office and res N s Railroad av 

bet Walnut and Oak 
Eisenschimel Carl, teacher, res Tosemite Hotel 
ELBE C. B., druggist and chemist, N s Park nr Central av 
Ellery Epes, real estate (S F) res St. Paul nr Railroad av 
Elliot Charles W., res N s Pacific av bet Walnut and Oak 
Elliott G. F. Rev., res Park nr Central av 
Ellsworth John, atty-at-law, res Tosemite Hotel 
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W s Webster bet Railroad and Santa Clara avs 



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Encinal School, E. L. Knowlton principal, cor Bay an. I 

Santa Clara a\ 
Erichson Erich, laborer, res Bay nr Central av 
Ernst Hermann, wood and willow ware, res N b Railroad av 

bet Walnut and Oak 
Ernst H. Mrs., res N g Railroad av bet Walnut and Oak 
Esberg Mendel, cigars (S F) res Santa Clara nr McPhersOE 



Falck Adolph, clerk, res NW cor Santa Clara and Webster 
Farres John, master mariner, res cor Railroad av and 

Prospect 
Fassking Louis, proprietor Fassking's Park and Hotel, S s 

Railroad av bet Grand and Union 
Fassking's Park, Louis Fassking proprietor, S s Railroad av 

bet Grand and Union 
Feno Manuel F., fireman C P R R, res NW cor Buena Vista 

av and Park 
Feyge Albert, clerk, res Central av nr McPherson 
Finley John B., porter, res Alameda av nr Willow 
Finney A. R., blacksmith, N s Railroad av nr Park, res cor 

East Seventeenth and 16th av, E O 
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, R. L. Tabor pastor, 

SW cor Central and Versailles avs 
Fish Sherman, carpenter, res cor Versailles and Central avs 
Fish S. J., carpenter, res cor Versailles av and Monroe 
Fisher A, A., carpenter, res SW cor Park and Pacific av 
Fisher P. E., carpenter, res SW cor Park and Pacific av 
Fisher W. Parker, carpenter, res Yosemite Hotel 
Fisher — , res s Pacific av bet Walnut and Oak 
Fitch Mary Mrs., res NW cor Railroad av and St. Paul 
Fitzpatrick Lizzie, domestic, cor Paru and Central av 
Foland Marcus I)., painter, res W s Oak bet Pacific and 

Railroad avs 
Fon Kee (Chinese) laundry, Santa Clara av nr Paru 
Fordham William, agent S F Chronicle, res SW cor Pacific 

av and Grand 
Fortman H., brewer, res S s Railroad av bet 3d av and 

Webster 
Foster Charles H., architect and builder, res N s Park nr 

Webb 
Fox George, farmer, res foot Versailles av 
Fox Julius, res St. John nr Railroad av 

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Frank Andrew, wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, store and 

res E s Oak bet Railroad av and Santa Clara 
Frank Samuel, clerk (S F) res Mastic Station 
Frederick Charles, gardener with E. B. Mastic 
Fricke Henry C, school teacher, res N s Railroad av bet 

Park and Oak 
Fromm August, carpenter, res E s 2d av bet Santa Clara arid 
Railroad av 



Gamba L., proprietor Gamba's Retreat, res N s Railroad av 

bet Paru and St. John 
Gamba's Retreat, L. Gamba proprietor, N s Railroad av bet 

Paru and St. John 
Gately John, conductor Market-st R R (S F) res cor Kellogg 

and Railroad av 
Gauler Christina, domestic, Alameda av nr Willow 
Gay — Mrs., res Yosemite Hotel 

Gaynor Mary, domestic, cor Buena Vista and Railroad avs 
Gee Lee (Chinese) laundry, W s Webb nr Park 
Gempke F., res NE cor Railroad av and Schiller 
Gibbons Robinson, draughtsman with U S Surveyor Gen- 
eral (S F) res W s Central av nr Park 
Gibbons William, atty-at-law (S F) res Central av nr Park 
Gibbons William P., physician, res Central av nr Broadway 
Gilbert A. C. real estate (S F) res Santa Clara av nr St. John 
Glas Frank, res S s Railroad av bet Park and Oak 
Goldarsina Reymond, laborer, res Central av nr Willow 
Gordon W. M., carriagemaker, res cor Broadway and Monroe 
Gray James M., commission merchant (S F) res cor Oak 

and Central av 
Gray Joel, carpenter, res NE cor Broadway and Central av 
Gray Lucy A. Mrs., res N s Railroad av bet Paru and St. 

John 
Green John, wool, res N s Santa Clara av nr Oak 
Grunwold George, capitalist, res SW cor Railroad av nr 

3d av 
Gudopp Augusta, domestic with Geo. D. Smith jr 
Gudopp Henrietta, widow, res Central av nr McPherson 



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Haight H. H., atty-at-law (S F) res W s 1st av bet Central 

and Pacific avs 
Haile Charles H., nurseryman, cor Monroe and Pencil 
Haile Louise, widow, res High nr Central av 
Hally & Curvey (F. Hally and John Curvey) carriage mak- 
ers and blacksmiths, S s Park bet Railroad av and 
Santa Clara 
Hally F. (Hally & Curvey) res Broadway bet Central avand 

Monroe 
Ham Charles H., principal Broadway Grammar School, res 

SE cor Chestnut and Pacific av 
Hamer Anderson, express and res W s Webb nr Park 
Hamer Frank D., compositor The Alameda Encinal, res Yo- 

semite Hotel 
Hamer S T., expressman, res cor Broadway and Monroe 
Hammond TV illiam gardener, res S s Buena Vista bet Wil- 
low and Chestnut 
Hansen James, carpenter, res NW cor Railroad av and 

Schiller 
Hanson James, master mariner, res SE cor Bxiena Vista av 

and Walnut 
Harbaugh Felix V., molder Union Iron Works (S F) res cor 

Alameda and Willow 
Hardes Christian, carpenter, res McPherson nr Santa 

Clara av 
Hardman J. H., res SE cor Chestnut and Pacific av 
Hardmeyer W., res NE cor Union and Buena Vista av 
Hardy John, merchant, res Willow nr Encinal av 
Harnden Frederick A., accountant (S F) res foot Broadway 
Harnden William H., clerk (S F) res foot Broadwar 
Harris Rebecca Mrs., res Oak bet Pacific and Railroad avs 
Haskell James, res S s Buena Vista av nr Oak 
Haskell Walter, res SE cor Eagle av and Park 
Hastings Samuel A., farmer, foot Broadway 
Hausmann George, laborer with V. Ruthart, res NW cor 

Santa Clara and 3d avs 
Havens Carrie Miss, teacher Alameda High School, res Cen- 
tral av nr Park 
Hawkins George, res E s 1st av bet Railroad and Central avs 
Hayes John, clerk, res Yosemite Hotel 
Hayselden James, carpenter, res Pine nr Central av 
Hayselden Thomas, carpenter, res Pine nr Central av 
HEAD R. G., contractor and builder, res Santa Clara av nr 
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Hebert A. L., lapidary, res S s Alameda av nr Oak 

Heeney Mrs., res foot High 

Heffren William, student, res Yosemite Hotel 

Hegelund Jacob, res W s Park nr Central av 

Henry Alice Miss, res S s Central av nr Broadway 

Herbert Henry B., atty-at-law (S F) res Santa Clara av nr 

McPherson 
Herbert Sidney C, lithographers (S F) res Santa Clara av 

nr McPherson 
Heron James, res S s Central av bet 3d av and Webster 
Herrlich J. Mme, res W s Webster bet Railroad and Santa 

Clara avs 
HERRMANN CHRISTIAN, wines and liquors, W s Park 

bet Railroad and Santa Clara avs, res Haywards 
Hess Alexander, physician and surgeon, office and res NE 

cor Park and Pacific av 
Hicken Louis, school teacher, res N s Railroad av bet Park 

and Oak 
Highton Edward R., real estate res E s Webb nr Everett 
Hill John B. Rev., res S s Clement av nr Everett 
Hitchcock W. F., insurance agent, res cor Buena Vista and 

Everett 
Hoag Horace, clerk, res S s Central av nr Park 
Hobler George, res E s Court nr Central av 
Holderness Harold, commission mht, res High nr Central av 
Holman Edward, plumber, res N s Railroad av bet Paru and 

St. John 
Holman Friend H., agent Potrero Distillery, N s Railroad 

av bet Paru and St. John 
Holmes Henry, bookkeeper (S F) res cor Encinal and Willow 
Holt Charles, carpenter, res Grand nr Central av 
Holt Louis, carpenter, res Grand nr Central av 
Holt R. X. Hight, house builder, res Grand nr Central av 
Holtz Frederick, clerk with William Holtz, res SE cor 

Webster and Railroad av 
HOLTZ WILLIAM, groceries, provisions and liquors, store 

and res SE cor Webster and Railroad av 
Hopkins Thomas, res cor Court and Jackson 
Horst William, Encinal Park House, res cor Santa Clara av 

and McPherson 
Hortman Ernst, professor music, res cor Buena Vista and 

Railroad avs 
Horton George, gardener, res foot High 
Howe C. P., coachman, res Yosemite Hotel 
Hughes George, commission merchant (S F) res cor St. 

John and Railroad av 



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Ingram James G., res NW cor Central av and Webster 
Lines Alexander, farmer, res N 8 Pacific ;tv hi Webster 
Irwin Harry, bar steamer Oakland, res Grand cor Santa 

Clara av 

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Jacobson F., res SE cor Pacific av and Schiller 

Jamieson E. Mrs., res N s Santa Clara av bet Park and Oak 

Jamieson John C, carpenter, res N s Santa Clara bet Park 

and Oak 
Jansen Jacob, res N s Pacific av bet Walnut and Oak 
Jaquith William K., carpenter, res SW cor Buena Vista av 

and Walnut 
Jarr Peter, res San Antonio av nr Walnut 
Jefferson E. Miss, res Yosemite Hotel 
JEFFERSON M. S. MISS, operator A. & P. Tel. Co., and 

station agent CPE E, res Yosemite Hotel 
Jenks <fe Co. (Levi Jenks and George McNeil) real estate 

agents, Park nr Santa Clara av 
Jenks Levi (Jenks & Co.) res SE cor Eagle av and Everett 
Jensen Henry, master mariner, res NW cor Pacific av and 

Chestnut 
Jerome Antonio, res E s Oak bet Eailroad and Santa Clara 

avs 
Jessen Christina, domestic, cor Santa Clara av nr Paru 
Jod Julius, res SW cor Oak and Buena Yista av 
Johns Charles T., principal Alameda High School, res Santa 

Clara av nr Willow 
Johns William, mining superintendent, res S s Eagle av nr 

Park 
Johnson William M., carpenter, res Eailroad av nr Paru 
Johnston James, blacksmith, res foot Central av 
Jones Nathaniel, res Pine nr Davenport 



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KALIS F. J., barber, SW cor Park and Eailroad av 

Kalis Francis, laborer, res foot Mountain av 

Karstadt Frederick, res W s Park bet Eailroad and Santa 

Clara av 
Kaselau C, contractor and builder, res N s Pacific av bet 

Walnut and Oak 



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KAY I. N., proprietor Yosemite Hotel, E s Park nr Station 

Kearney Lawrence, laborer, res Webb nr Park 

Keene Edward B., apothecary, opp Yosemite Hotel, res 

Santa Clara av bet Oak and Walnut 
Keller Michael, gardener, cor Walnut and Central av 
Kimball Charles H., carpenter, res N s Santa Clara av bet 

Park and Oak 
Kirk Robert, res N s Railroad av bet Walnut and Oak 
Klintworth Dieterich, journalist (S F) res E s Park nr 

Central av 
Knowland Joseph (Knowland & Doe, S F) res W s Lincoln 

nr Park 
Knowles S. H., miner, res V s Railroad av bet Paru and St. 

John 
Knowlton Edwin L., principal Encinal School, res W s 

Webster nr Railroad av 
Krauth Frank J., compositor The Alameda Encinal, res S s 

Park nr Eagle av 
KRAUTH FREDERICK K, proprietor and publisher The 

Alameda Encinal, S s Park nr Station, res S s Park nr 
• Eagle av 
Krauth Frederick K. jr., captain police, res Railroad av bet 

Park and Everett 
Kuhls Edward A. , proprietor Poschwitz's Garden, res SW 

cor Buena Vista av and Minturn 
KUSTEL GUEDO, mining engineer, res Railroad av nr 

Webster 
Kustel Henry, metallurgist, res Railroad av nr Webster 



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L'Hote Henry C, mining, resN s Buena Vista av nr Everett 
La Plant Casimir, plasterer, res S s Buena Vista av nr 

Walnut 
La Plant Joseph, clerk with D. L. Munson, res cor Park 

and Santa Clara av 
Lancaster Joseph, tailor (S F) res Encinal av nr Walnut 
Lang Henry, cooper, res cor Buena Vista av and Grand 
Lange Mary, widow, res N s Central av nr Park 
Laughlin Mary, domestic, cor Railroad av and Paru 
Laurens Charles W., musician, res Encinal av nr Willow 
Lawrensen A. P., res Central av nr Willow 
Lawton E. M., secretary California Stock and Exchange 

Board, res S s Central av nr Broadway 



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Lawton W, W., stockbroker (S P) res S b Central ;iv nr 

Broadway • 

Le Clerc Arcene, painter, rea S s Pacific a\ l>< t Walnut and 

Oak 
Leaphaii Frederick, locksmith, res W s Pierce or Central av 
Lefevre B., druggist, res SW cor Walnni and Santa Clara av 
Lemkie Charles H., barber, shop and res E s Park 1>< t Bail- 
road and Pacific avs 
Lemke John, cigars (S F) res cor Pine and Santa Clara av 
Lenz Jacob, res X s Central av bet 1st and '2d avs 
Leu Adolph, res N s Santa Clara av bet 3d av and Webster 
Lewis George L., livery and sale stable, XE cor Railroad av 

and Park, res cor Park and Buena Vista 
Lewis Harrison R., carpenter, res W s Park nr Clinton av 
Lewis Henry, laborer, res cor High and Jefferson 
Lewis Joseph, res Chestnut bet Pacific and Railroad avs 
LIESE CONRAD, butcher, shop and res W s Park bet Bail- 
road and Santa Clara avs 
Lind Alfred, expressman, cor Park and Santa Clara av 
Little E. J., tinsmith (S F) res Santa Clara av nr Walnut 
Lobes Frank, hostler Fassking's Park, res Santa Clara av nr 

Paru 
Lobes Victoria Miss, res Santa Clara av nr Paru 
Lofgren John, master mariner, res Encinal av nr Chestnut 
LONG BRANCH SALOON, Ernest Mayrisch proprietor, 

SW cor Webster and Railroad av 
Lorber Joseph, laborer, res cor High and Jackson 
Lorentzen Andrew P., master mariner, res N s Central av nr 

Oak 
Louis Edward, res SE cor Pacific av and Walnut 
Louis Ernest, painter, res SE cor Buena Vista av and Min- 

turn I 
Louis John C, res SE cor Pacific av and Walnut 
Loyal Oak Hotel, Henry Barlow proprietor, E s Park bet 
Railroad and Pacific avs 



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Magill R. H., insurance agent (S F) res NW^cor Buena 
Vista av and Chestnut 

Mahlstedt Richard, soda manufacturer, res N s Railroad av 
bet Prospect and Euclid 

Maillot Frank, farmer, res W s Monroe nr High 

Maloney Richard, coachman, W s 1st av bet Central and Pa- 
cific avs 



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Markham John J., carpenter, res W s Mound nr Van Buren 
Marquard Adolpli A., hardware (S F) res Santa Clara av nr 

Paru 
Marsh Hiram H., res NE cor Blanding av and Everett 
Marsh William Mrs., res NW cor Eagle av and Everett 
Martin David, carpenter, res Yosemite Hotel 
Martin George, copyist, res NW cor Central av and Webster 

3 Marx August, cutler (S F) res Railroad av nr Mastick Station 

•g MASONIC HALL, SW cor Santa Clara av and Park 

Mastic Edwin B., atty-at-law (S F) res N s Pacific av bet 

w Wood and Prospect 

O Mastic S. L., res N s Pacific av nr Webster 

of Mathias John G., butcher with A. J. Bancroft, res cor Park 

tq and Santa Clara av 

Maybee H. N., contractor and builder, res N s Clement av 



nr Everett 

<§ Mayes George, oysters, res SE cor Pacific av and Hibbard 

£ Mayrisch Adolph (Mayrisch Bros., S F) res Santa Clara av 

«J nr Paru 

MAYRISCH ERNEST, proprietor Long Branch Saloon, SW 

rt cor Webster and Railroad av, res 3d av bet Santa Clara 

* and Central avs 

^ Mayrisch Gustave (Mayrisch Bros., S E) res Santa Clara av 
nr Paru 
McClellan Henry H,, res NW cor Oak and Buena Vista av 
McClellan John, res NW cor Oak and Buena Vista av 
McCulley Lawrence, boatman, res Cottage nr Central av 4 
McFillamy Isabella, domestic with H. H. Haight 
McGlone Margaret, domestic with H. H. Haight 
McGowan James Rev., res cor Monroe and College 
Mclntire John J., saw filer (S F) res Encinal av nr Willow 
McKean George M., res SE cor Oak and Clinton av 
McKee Joseph, milk dairy, W s Park nr Buena Vista av 
McKee J. W., real estate and agent iEtna Insurance Co, S s 

Park nr Station, res cor Broadway and Central av 
McLaughlin John, gardener, cor Lincoln av and Everett 
McLaughlin Michael, laborer C P R R, res NW cor Railroad 

av and Oak 
McLean John T., physician, res Santa Clara av nr Willow 
McLean Sterling, bookkeeper, res Santa Clara av nr Willow 
McMaims James, laborer with H. H. Haight 
McMaster William, teamster, res Paru nr Clinton av 
McNeil George (Jenks & Co.) res Paru nr Santa Clara av 
McWay Christopher, rope maker, res cor Versales and 

Monroe 
Mead Judah Rev., res N s Pacific av bet Walnut and Oak 



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Mead Le Grand, commission merchant (S P) res Sa Eagle 

u\ in- Everett 
Meierdierks Christian, grocer (S F) res NE cor Railroad av 

and Oak 
Melranev Patrick, gardener, cor Pine and Central av 
Melzer Charles, painter, shop and res McPherson nr Santa 

Clara av 

Mencke Henry, farmer, res Kings av or St. Charles 

Merwin D. W., brakeman, res Yosemite Hotel 

METHODIST CHURCH, SW cor Park and Central av 

Metzger C. L., principal Alameda Grammar School, res Bay 
Farm Island 

Meyer William, florist, res N s Pacific av bet "Webster and 
Third 

Miller Louis, jeweler (S F) res cor Santa Clara av and Mc- 
Pherson 

Millington Frank K., driver with Barber &, Barker, res cor 
Central av and Court 

Millington James, carpenter, res [SW cor Court and Cen- 
tral av 

Mills Thomas, tinware, gasfitting and plumbing, res N s 
Railroad av nr Park 

Mitchell Samuel, gardener, res Railroad av nr Grand 

Morrison William S., carpenter, res SW cor Railroad av and 
Oak 

Morton Robert L., machinist, res W s Webster bet Railroad 
and Santa Clara avs 

Moser Thomas S., Farmer, res N s Central av nr Oak 

Muller Frederick P., furrier, res N s Santa Clara av bet 1st 
and 2d avs 

Muller Louis, res S s Railroad av nr Oak 

Munson D. L., general merchandise, NW cor Park and 
Santa Clara av, res Eagle av nr Everett 

Munson John M., salesman with D. L. Munson, res cor 
Park and Santa Clara av 

Murray George E., house and sign painter, NW cor Rail- 
road av and Park 



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Nagle Jacob, brakeman C P R R, res Yosemite Hotel 
Nahl H. W. A., artist (S F) res cor Para and Central av 
Nauert Joseph A., cabinet maker, res Central av nr Prospect 
Neal E. M., engineer, res S s Railroad av nr Oak . 



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Neal John, machinist, res N s Pacific av bet Walnut and 

Oak 
Neisser Morris Mrs., res E s Park nr Central av 
Nelson Charles, carpenter, res cor Encinal av and Willow 
Neuberg Adolph, shirt manufacturer (S F) res cor Santa 

Clara av and McPherson 
Nickerson Franklin T., laborer with Samuel Orr, res N s 

Railroad av nr Davenport 
Nissen D., driver, res cor Buena Vista av and Union 
Nobmann John, wines and liquors, saloon and res SW cor 

Lincoln and Park 
Noreago Frances Mrs., res cor Monroe and Mound 
Norton B. R., jeweler, res cor Railroad av and Grand 
Norton Sarah, domestic, cor St. George and Central av 



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O 'Brien Jeremiah, laborer, res cor Court and Jackson 
Oaklev Robert, real estate agent (S F) res cor Jackson and 

High 
Obernauer John, tailor, res cor Paru and Central av 
Oberst S. Mrs., dressmaker, res N s Central av nr Park 
ODD FELLOWS' HALL, NE cor Webb and Park 
Orr Matthew, wines and liquors, saloon and res SE cor Rail- 
road av and Oak 
Orr Samuel, proprietor Alameda Oil Works, res cor Spruce 

and Davenport 
Owens Robert, conductor C P R R, res E s Oak bet Rail- 
road and Santa Clara avs 



Page — , res SE cor Pacific av and St. Paul 

Pahlmann Rudolph, barkeeper, res Santa Clara av bet 3d 
av and Webster 

Painter Milton J., res S s Central av nr Broadway 

Palmer 6z Smith (N. W. Palmer and E. Minor Smith) real 
estate agents, NW cor Park and Railroad av 

Palmer Norris W., real estate agent, auctioneer, town treas- 
urer and notary public, NW cor Railroad av and Park, 
res Buena Vista av nr Versailles av 

Pancost Louisa Mrs., res cor Everett and Eagle av 

Park-st Primary School, Miss Sarah Barry principal, SW 
cor Pacific av and Park 



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Paxson Charles H., cashier Home Mutual Ins Co, res S\V 
cor Eagle avand EveretJ 

Pellet J., res Yosemite Hotel 

Peinbleton Emma Miss, res cor Oak and Centra] av 

Pembleton Lemuel, carpenter, res cor Oai and Central av 

Perkins Franklin L., assayer, res S s Santa Clara av or Oak 

Perry John, farmer, res Broadway nr Beaoh 

Perry John, farmer, res E s Broadway nr Central av 

Peter Flavins, mining (S F) res cor High and Madison 

PETERSEN CARL (F. Boehmer & Co.) res E s Pari nr 

Central av 
Pierce "Wilber, horsetrainer, res W s Monroe nr Mound 
Pinkney TV. J., mail carrier, res cor Encinal av and Willow 
Plate K. H., bookkeeper, res SW cor Bueua Yista ax nr La 

Fayette 
Pollak John, bookkeeper (S F) res Railroad av nr Paru 
Porep Louis, watchmaker (S F) res NE cor Railroad av and 

Paru 
Porter Nathan, atty-at-law (SF) res Railroad av nr Prospect 
Poschwitz E. M. Mrs., res SW cor Buena Vista av and 

Minturn 
Poschwitz's Garden, SW cor Buena Vista av and Minturn 
POST OFFICES, cor Park and Webb, A. S. Barber post- 
master ; W s Webster bet Santa Clara and Railroad -ays, 

J. TV. Clark postmaster. 
Powell Charles (Brower & Powell) res Central av bet Oak 

and Walnut 
Powell Elizabeth Miss, teacher Encinal School, res Santa 

Clara av nr Chestnut 
Powell James, carriagemaker (S F) res S s Central av nr Oak 
Preston O. J. (Preston & McKinnon, SF) res cor St George 

and Central av 
Probst Louis, bakery and res W s Park nr Central av 
Puariea Alfred, manufacturer, res N s Clement av nr Everett 



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Quast John, copper and tinsmith, res McPherson nr Santa 

Clara av 
Quinchard Julius, Custom House broker (S F) res Santa 

Clara av and Peru 
Quinn Catharine Mrs., res E s Everett nr Blanding av 
Quong Sing (Chinese) laundry, NE cor Park and Pacific av 



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Rabjohn William, laborer, res E s Broadway nr Central av 
Radcliffe Charles M., Justice of the Peace, office and res 

Park nr Santa Clara av 
Ramm William, gardener with George D. Smith, jr 
Rayl M. Mrs., teacher Alameda Grammar School, res Cen- 
tral av bet Park and Broadway 
Read Susan, widow, res S s Clement nr Everett 
Read Winfield S., collector, res S s Clement nr Everett 
Reardon Fannie, domestic, cor Railroad av and Paru 
Rechenbach Richard, carpenter, res Central av nr McPherson 
Reedy William, laborer C P R R, res NW cor Railroad av 

and Oak 
Regnes C. E. Mrs., res cor Mound and Monroe 
Reichsrath Louis, shoemaker, shop and res S s Santa Clara 

av bet Third and Webster 
Reinecker John, boot and shoemaker, W s Park bet Rail- 
road av and Webb, res Railroad av bet Park and Oak 
Reinert Charles, laborer, res McPherson nr Santa Clara av 
Renell Henry, laborer, res NE cor Railroad av and Walnut 
Renney Joseph, gardener, res Grand nr Santa Clara av 
Renshaw Edmond B., lumberman, res E s Webb nr Park 
Rhinehart J. O., bookkeeper with A. S. Barber, res cor 

Webb and Park 
Rice A. M. Mrs., res N s Central av nr Park 
Rich Abraham, res SE cor First and Railroad avs 
Richter Max, bakery, nr Loyal Oak Hotel, and groceries and 

liquors, opp Yosemite Hotel 
Rider Henry, milker with Joseph McKee 
Roach Frank, painter, res S s Railroad av bet Park and Oak 
Robinson Henry, fruit grower, res W s H nr Central av 
Rode Edward, cabinetmaker, res S s Buena Vista av bet 

Willow and Chestnut 
Rogers R. M., teamster, res N s Railroad av bet Webster 

and Third 
Romer Eugene, agent German Benevolent Society (S F) res 

Central av nr Willow 
Roos Joseph, pictures (S F) res Santa Clara av nr McPher- 
son 
Rosengrave Kate, domestic, cor McPherson and Santa Clara 

av 
Round Jennie Miss, dressmaker, res N s Central av nr Park 
Ruben Frederica, widow, res cor St. John and Santa Clara 

av 
Ruesch William, professor languages, S s Central av nr Oak 



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RUTHART VIKTOR, proprietor Alameda Brewery, resNW 
cor Santa Clara and Third avs 



Russell Horace A., carpenter, resE s Broadway or Monroe 5? 

Russell Hugh, carpenter, res N s Pacific av bet Will-.u and o* 
Chestnut $ 



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San Wan, laundry, Santa Clara av nr Cottage 
Sanderson William, carpenter, res Everett nr Central av 

Scanland J. S., butcher with Conrad Liese, res Yosemite *2 

Hotel 8 

Schaberg William, res Woodstock, Alameda Point 3 

Scherr Leo, actor, res S s Santa Clara av bet Third av and g 

Webster ° 

Scheuring George, tailor, res S s Santa Clara av bet Third § 

av and Webster ^ 

Schierhold John F. (Frauenholz & Co., S F) res N s Rail- & 

road av bet Prospect and Euclid ° 

Schmidt Joseph, music teacher, res cor Santa Clara av and jjf 

Prospect 3 

Schmidt William, school teacher, res S s Central av bet eg 

Second and Third avs 
Schoenau Henry, saloon and res Prospect nr Mastick Station 
Schroeder Adolph, brick contractor, res cor Railroad av and 

Paru <g 
Schumacher A., res N s Railroad av nr Prospect 

Schumacher Charles, laundry and res cor Central av and " 

Walnut § 
Schuman Frederick, res S s Railroad av nr Oak 

SCHUTZEN PARK, H. Bremer proprietor, bet Central av, » 

Prospect and McPherson * 

Seaman Anna Miss, res cor St. John and Santa Clara av ^ 
Sesnon Robert Mrs., Woodstock, Alameda point 
Severin Theodore, saloon and res Park nr Santa Clara av 

Seymour William, clerk with J. B. Vosburgh ° 

Sheldon James T., physician, res N s Everett nr Station g 

Shepard Peter D., carpenter, res W s Park nr Clinton av p 

Shepardson Hart F., real estate, res Railroad avnr Webster a 

Sherman S., tailor, res NE cor Railroad av and Schiller M 

Sherry Jennie, domestic, N s Pacific av bet Wood and Pros- g 

pect 
Shultis Edward, painter, res E s Park nr Central av 
Siegfried John C, salesman (S F) res Alameda av nr Willow 



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492 , ALAMEDA DIRECTORY. 

Sieglietz Herman, watchmaker (S F) res N s Central av nr 

Park 
Silver Agnes, domestic, res Clement nr Everett 
Silver Joseph, laborer, res Cottage nr Central av 
Simpson William, druggist (S F) res Central av nr St. John 
Smith DeWitt C, res S s Alameda av nr Oak 
Smith E. Minor (Palmer & Smith) assessor, res cor Ver- 
sailles and Buena Vista avs 
Smith George O. jr. (Hutchinson, Mann & Smith, S F) res 

N s Central av bet 3d av and Webster 
Smith James, laborer C P R R, res Woodstock, Alameda 

point 
Smith James M., surveyor, res S s Alameda av nr Oak 
Smith John S., tailor, N¥ cor Railroad av and Park, res 

Pioneer Homestead 
Smith L. D., carpenter, res cor Broadway and Monroe 
Smith Oliver G., stevedore, res W s Court nr Central av 
Smith Thomas A., County Recorder, res N s Pacific av bet 

Park and Oak 
Snook John A., bookkeeper (S F) res W s Broadway nr 

Lincoln 
Sohlke Theodore, teacher, res Santa Clara av nr Paru 
Sorenson Andrew, laborer, res High nr Central av 
Southard Emily Miss, dressmaker, res SW cor Oak and 

Central av 
Stanke Florean, laborer, cor St. George and Central av 
Stark J. F., engineer, res Yosemite Hotel 
Sterling — , physician, res Yosemite Hotel 
Stoll C. A. Mrs., res N s Pacific av bet Park and Oak 
Stolze & Sturm (Conrad Stolze and Charles Sturm) board- 
ing house and liquors, Mastick Station 
Stolze Conrad (Stolze & Sturm) res Mastick Station 
Stratton Louise Mrs., res Versailles av nr Railroad av 
Straub D., carpenter and builder, res Ws Hibbard nr Rail- 
road av 
Studley Sophia, domestic, N s Lincoln nr Park 
Sturm Charles (Stolze & Sturm) res Mastic Station 
Sunkell Frederick, gardener, res E s Walnut nr Railroad av 
Sweet J. D., physician, res N s Central av bet 3d av and 

Webster 
Swyney CarMine J. Mrs., res cor St. John and Railroad av 



STEPHEN SMITH~for Choice City Lots— 917 Broadway. 



Drink pure Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent, 486 Ninth street. 



ALAMEDA DIRECTORY. 198 



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Tabor Rodney L., pastor First Presbyterian Church, res W 

s Versailles nr Central av 
Tappan Charles W., mining, res N s Pacific av nr 3d ;iv 
Tayfor Dwight B., photographer (S F) res Ns Central av 

nr Everett 
Taylor William, laborer, res S s Central av nr Versailles av 
Taylor William Mrs., res E s High nr Central av 
Thomas C. E., engineer Alcatraz, res S s Santa Clara av nr 

Park 
Thomas S. V., carpenter, res S s Santa Clara! av nr Park 
Thompson George H., rancher, res 8 s Central av bet 3d av 

and Webster 
Thompson Thomas, master mariner, res cor Encinal av and 

Willow 
Thomsen Christian, master mariner, res S s Santa Clara av 

nr Walnut 
Thornton Abel, res E s High nr Central av 
Tim Joe, laundry, W s Park bet Railroad and Santa Clara 

avs 
Timothy James, res S s Railroad av bet Park and Oak 
Todhunter Alfred, pastor Christ's (Episcopal) Church, res 

S s Santa Clara nr Oak 
Tower F. P. Rev., pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, res 

SW cor Oak and Central av 
TOWN HALL, W s Park bet Railroad av and Webb 
Townsend Harvey, contractor and builder, res S s Blanding 

av nr Everett 
Traube Hartwig, jeweler (S F) res Railroad av nr Webster 
Tregloan John, mining, res Buena Vista av nr Broadway 
Trethaway John, conductor C P R R, res Tosemite Hotel 
Turner Emma Mrs., res cor Paru and Central av 
Twichell William, physician, res N s Everett nr Station 
Tyler George W., atty-at-law (S F) res cor Lincoln av and 

Everett 



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Vasselin Jules, carpenter, res San Antonio av nr Willow 
Volberg Charles (Schluter & Volberg, S F) res NW cor 

Santa Clara and Webster 
Vollmar Adolph, carpenter, res Alameda av bet Walnut and 

Willow 



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494 ALAMEDA DIRECTORY. 

Vollmar James, superintendent German Hospital (S F) res 

Alameda av bet Walnut and Willow 
Vollmar William, carpenter, res Alameda av nr Willow 
Vosburgli Joel B., hardware, stoves, etc., S s Park nr Webb, 

res N s Eagle av nr Everett 



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Wagner Jacob P., laborer, res Jefferson nr High 
Walker Kobert, hostler, cor St. George and Central av 
Wallis Benjamin, bricklayer, res SE cor Clement av and 

Everett 
Wallis B. P., agent New Zealand Insurance Co., res SE cor 

Clement and Everett 
Walsh James C, stevedore, res cor Jackson and Mound 
Walsh James P., bookkeeper, res Yosemite Hotel 
Walton F. A., bookkeeper (S F) res Santa Clara av nr Pros- 
pect 
Ward E. L., clerk with James Bishop, res 218| Seventeenth 

(SF) 
Webster J N., money broker (S F) res cor Monroe and 

College 
Weckerle Charles, carpenter, res Railroad av nr Davenport 
Weil Henry, brewer with Viktor Ruthart, res NW cor Santa 

Clara and 3d avs 
Welsh Walter, carriage painter, res NW cor Pacific av and 

Willow 
Welton Nelson, plasterer, res N s Pacific bet Willow and 

Chestnut 
Wenk William, merchant (S F) res N s Central av nr Walnut 
West David W., sawyer, res Buena Vista av nr Broadway 
West End Primary, Pacific av nr 2d av 
Weyburn Charles S., painter, res Yosemite Hotel 
Weyburn J. K., carpenter, res Yosemite Hotel 
Wheeler H. S., res S s Central av nr Broadway 
White E. J., res N s Santa Clara av nr Oak 
White John A., dealer in live stock, res SW cor Buena Vista 

av and Willow 
White Peter, hardwood lumber (S F) res N s Pacific av bet 

Walnut and Oak 
White Thomas jr., bricklayer, res S s Pacific av bet Walnut 

and Oak 
Whitney & Co's Express, NW cor Railroad av nr Park 
Wilcox Charles S., res Santa Clara av nr Walnut 
Wilhelmi Conrad, cashier (S F) res Alameda nr Willow 

Insure your houses with Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway. 



All sizes Refrigerators and Ice Chests for sale at Gordon's. 



ALAMEDA DIRECTORY. 



Wilsey Emily Mrs., res cor Monroe and Colli-. 
Wilson C, carpenter, res cor Broadway and Monroe 
Wilson Cmhs. merchant (S F) res cor Everett and Kail- 
road av 
Wilson Frank, carpenter, res cor Broadway and Monroe 
Winchester William, engineer, res Yosemite Hotel 
Winant Samuel, oysters (S F) res N s Central av nr Park 
Wolfes Gerard, clerk (S F) res Santa Clara nr McPhersoD 
Wood A. B., dentist (S F) res Railroad av nr Prospect 
Wood Ed. M., clerk with A. S. Barber, res E s High nr 

Monroe 
Wood Eunice G., widow, res cor Railroad av and Prospect 
Wood M. P. Mrs., res Broadway nr Monroe 
Worsham Louis L., clerk, res Yosemite Hotel 
Worshim Louis, res E s Park nr Central av 
Wotton Moses, painter, res Broadway nr Monroe 
Wulbern Jacob, clerk with Wm. Holtz, res SE cor Webster 

aud Railroad av 
Wultzen John, insurance (S F) res Kings av nr St. Charles 
Wunnenberg N. B., res S s Raiiroad av bet Third av and 
Webster 



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Young Deborah Mrs., res Broadway nr Monroe 
Young Jerome N., carpenter, res Broadway nr Monroe 
Young Laura Miss, dressmaker, res E s Webb nr Park 
Younker Andrew, carpenter, res E s Webster bet Railroad 

and Pacific avs 
YOSEMITE HOTEL, I. N. Kay proprietor, E s Park nr 

Station 



Zeh Gotlieb, butcher, res S s Central av nr Oak 
Zeyne Herman, carpenter, res Yosemite Hotel 
Zoppott Andrew, sailmaker (S F) res cor St. John and Santa 
Clara av 



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Silver Plating, Gold Plating, Nickel Plating, 
Copper Plating. 

Largest Works on the Pacific Coast. First class work at Eastern Prices. 



Office and Works - - - 134 Sutter Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

DIAMOND PRiiTTSfyQ OFFICE 



ALL, KINDS OF 

JOB AND MUSIC PRINTING 

EXECUTED 'WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH. 
Office 454 Twelfth Street. 

Emmet Mvstc* PMJtQSa#8 @@t@$ws 

Music Store 456 Twelfth Street, Oakland. 

J. E. WHITE, Proprietor, 

POST OFFICE BOX 622. 

GEO. HAYES & CO., 

METAL AMD' CORRUGATED IRON ROOFERS, 

Galvanized Iron Cornices, Dormer Windows, Pinnacles, 
Finials, etc. All kinds of 

ARCHITECTURAL AND OTHER SHEET IRON WORK, 

Manufacturers of Stamped Ornamental Zinc Work, Hayes* Patent Non-Leaking 

Ventilating Skylight, Blinds, Ventilators, Chimney Jacks, etc. 

30 HARRIET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 

WM. HALLEY, 
Printer £m<3L I^ixlDlislior 

BEUITZ BLOCE:, O-A-ZKZIjJLICTID. 
In preparation THE CENTENNIAL YEAR BOOK of Alameda County. Price $3. 



Stephen Smith, 917 Broadway, has desirable Houses to Rent. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



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SAN FRANCISCO AND PACIFIC 

IlKI. 




Kstablished 18 05. 



Office and Works King St., near foot of Fourth, San Francisco. 



Manufacturers of all Kinds of GREEN and BLACK GLASSWARE. 

All ltimis of Plain and Lettered Bottler furnished at Short Notice. 



C. Newman's Improved Elastic Demijohn. 

[Patented January 26, 1875.] 




By referring to the engraving, in the 

ind « ill be seen a bottle partially 

covered: a represents the glass, 6 the 

tule reed, and c the wicker work. It will 
be seen that the buttle is first covered 
with the tule reed — a sof( elastic sub- 
stance -forming a cushion, on which the 
rattan is woven. I!y this means t lie 
bottle is doubly protected, and made 
doubly valuable, from its immunity from 
breakage. Its advantages are so many 
; and obvious, that, it needs no argument to 
prove its merits. Those who use Demi- 
johns will see at once the superiority it 
es over all other covered bottles. 



Newman's Improved Box Demijohn. 

[Patented March oOth, 1875.] 







These Boxed Demijohns are the sim- 
plest, best and cheapest in the market. 
They are neat in appearance, compact, 
and securely packed, and are always 
ready for shipment by anj conveyance, 
without danger of breakage. Thej will 
save 50 per cent, in freight. The Demi- 
john in the box tieiiif.' ,ulas>, cannot 
destroy the flavor of the liquid, and 
consequently should take the place of 
wooden kegs foi all purposes. 



498 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

SAMM'S MILLS 

Cor. First and Clay Streets, Oakland. 



Now ready to Supply the Trade and Public -with 
the Best Brands of 



MEAL AND 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 

BEST OF FLOUR, Etc. 

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. 



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Central Division, Pacific Division, 

INDIANAPOLIS, ALHAMBRA BUILDING, 

Infliana. 319 Basil St., San Francisco. 

< The National Surgical Institute b> 

- W Is the largest institution of the kind on this continent, and is chartered hj "> 
I & with a capital of $500,000.00. The Medical and Surgical jU£ 

> hi ■ Staff comprises the best talent in the country. It employs 

3 H S in its Professional and Mechanical Departments 



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OVER ONE HUNDRED MEN. ? ^ 



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~ And has successfully treated more cases of Deformities, Hemorrhoids, rj 
X Paralysis, Fistula, etc., than any similar institution in the world. f> 

More than 30,000 Cases have been treated. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 499 



C. D. WHEAT, 

Real Estate and General Commission Agent, 

No. 740 FOURTH STREET, 
San Francisco. 

JT. F, WMLLMM8, l 

Heal Estate Agent, 

No. 740 FOURTH STREET, 

Sail Francisco. 



Grounds to Lease for a term of years, conveniently situated to the Southern and Central 
Pacific R. R. Depots, and also to the wharves. 



Remillard & Brothers, 
BRICK MAKERS, 

CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS IN 

PLASTERING MATERIALS. 



Offices.— City Wharf, near Webster Street Bridge, Room No. 10, Wilcox Block, Broad 
way, Oakland, and Washington Street Wharf, San Francisco 



GEORGE D. METCALF, 

Notary Public for Alameda County 

AT UNION SAVlNliS BANK FROM 8:30 A. M. TO 5 P. M. 



500 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Jug m %$ mmmm$*» Jul 

AND MANUFACTURER OF 

Iron Shutters, Railings, Girders, Safes, Tanks and Corking Machines, 

110 MAIN STREET, 

Between Mission and Howard, San Francisco. 

CHAS. BERNARD, 

Chartres Coffee i Spice Mills, 

Saleratus, Carbonate Soda, Cream of Tartar, 

707 and 709 SANSOME STREET, S. F. 

JE WE LRY ! 

WATCHES, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, 

Largest and most complete assortment ever 
offered in this city, at 

W »»i mmmmmm*m 9 

967 BBOAIDWAY, O^DKZHLA.lSriD- 



Don't fail to call and examine this stock before making purchases. No 
tro\ible to show goods. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



501 



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North Side SEVENTH, bet, Broadway and Washington, 



NEAR R. R. STATION. 



The Success of my System of Collecting can be attested to 
by the following prominent firms: 



Oakland Bank of Savings, 
Shakespear & Walter, 
F. Chappelet, 
A. Landon, 



Sarpy, Barstow & Co., 
Kreyenhagen & Co., 
J. M. Miner, 
Babcoek & Gould. 



My charge is 10 per cent, on Collections made 
without suit, and 20 per cent, when suit is neces- 
sary. 

Office hours, 7 A. ML to 7 P. M, 



A. C. FARNO. 



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OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



W. B. HARDY, 



Dealer in 



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NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS, 



Gold Pens, Pocket Cutlery, Legal Blanks, etc. 

SCHOOL BOOKS, 
959 Brooadway, :::::::::: Oakland, Cal. 

SUNNY SIDE HOUSE, 

Cor. Thirteenth and Harrison Sts. 

UAHLl\l». 



Furnished and Untarnished Rooms, with or without Board. 

fuse new and newly furnished: Pleasant locality. Twelfth street oars run within a 
ock of the house. 

A. BALDWIN Proprietor. 

GEO. HAYES & CO. A*** 

Ii@a ptf^gt@@t iiHf lights 

Ventilating and Weather-Proof Blinds and Metal Cornices. 

Stamped Zinc Work for Architectural Decorations, 

Ventilators, Chimney .Tacks, and all kinds 

of Sheet Iron Work. Cresting, etc. 

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30 Harriet Street, San Francisco. 



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SIX DEPARTMENTS. 

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Preparatory, Modern Language, 

Music, Art. 



EXPENSES— Boarders. 

Board, Tuition, Room, Lights, Washing, etc., per term . . .$80 00 

DAY SCHOLARS. 

Tuition, in Acad. Department, per term 20 00 

Preparatory " " 12 50 - 

EXTRAS. 

Spanish. French, or German, per term 12 00 

Music Lessons, with use of instrument 20 00 

Drawing, per term 12 00 

Full course in Penmanship, plain and ornamental, includ- 
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Full Course, to be completed within a year 75 00 

Full course in Telegraphy 40 00 

Same course to students in Commercial Department 20 00 

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O. H. Biirnham. 



D. W. Standeford. 



18 Kearny st., 

W. N. Miller. 



BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO., 



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W N. MILLER, Construction Manager. 

Hor. First and Washington Sts., : : : OAKLAND 



Stair Building, Moldings, Brackets, Frames, Sash, Blinds, Doors, ant 

all descriptions of Wood-work finish. Also, White Cedar 

and Sugar Pine Lumber constantly on hand. 




Buy a 

FIRST CLASS PIANO 

Reasonable 
Price. 

WARRANTED 

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For Six Years. 



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Wire Doors 



IEST COAST FURNITURE CO. 



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Designs and Estimates when required. 

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