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BOOK NO. 



Accession 



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563940 



NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



FORM 3427-5000-8-46 



SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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$300,000.00 
595,291.00 
371,372.39 

1,137,367.50 



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he Premium Income of this Branch Deposited and Invested in Alameda 



County, a Feature Peculiar to this Company. • 



C. HXKBY, 



TETJSTEES. 

J. B. Marlin-, T. B. Simpson-, W. B. Hardy, , V. D. Moody. 

It. S. Faurklt.y, Chauxcey Taylor. 



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olicies issued and renewed, losses adjusted and paid, and the business of tins Bram 
attended to with promptness and dispatch. 

R. H. MACILL, Manager. 

II. A. CRAIG, Secretary. 



. W. HASKILL. Agent for Oakland: WAGNER & CO.. Agents for West Oakland: M. McDONALD, 
Agent for Berkek - E. M. SMITH. Agent for Alameda. • 







D"L . NriirVDTTJC* or principal 



at 518 CLAY ST.. San Frr 



John C Pelton, jr. 

917 Broadway, Oakland, 



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Hon. A. J. Brya' - 

H. Kohler, 

P. H. Canavw 

W. O. Burnet 

Chas. E. Mc' ne < 

O. E. Mayn "•. 

Jos. G. Ec&*< 

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No. 740 FOURTH STREET 



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Berkeley Land Offic 

Also, Berkeley Water Works Coi 

OFFICE : 

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BERKELEY REAL ESTA 



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BISHOP'S 



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CONTAINING A 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

STREET GUIDE, 

A Correct Map of the City, 



TuGKTHER WITH 



A RECORD OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT, 
Its Institutions, etc. 



■ALSO A — 



Directory of the town of Alameda. 



B. O. YAXDALL, Publisher, 

518 Clay St/, S. F. 

13. IwT. BISHOP &c CO., OOlvt^PILERS. 



W. B. HAKDY, Bookseller and Stationeb, 
959 BROADWAY. 

OAKLAND. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1877, by B. C. Yandall, 
in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Page. 

Pelton John C. Jr inside front 

cover and 531 

Philadelphia Chemical Dyeing Works. 580 

Phillips k Hochholzer 531 

Piedmont Springs lower margin 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine 384 

Pioneer Carriage Works 567 

Porch Henry H B 

Remillard & Bros 638 

Richards W. A 381 

Robinson A 384 

Robinson Henry 480 

Roth J A 

Russian Balsamic Bitters 599 

Ruthardt Victor 480 

Rutherford C. B side margin 

San Francisco Gold and Silver Plating 

Works 627 

Sanford, Kelsey & Co side margin 

Sanitarium Baths K 

Schneider A.J 536 

Sehoonover & Co N 

Shepman W. E 627 

Sherwin Joseph 531 

Shuster & Niehaus 405 

Sicotte F D 

Simpson G. W 591 

Slate W. E 408 

Smith C. W. M 410 



Page. 

Smith William K 

Sohst Brothers 567 

Spring Menzo 532 

St. Joseph's Academy 417 

Stanford Stables B 

Starkweather & Son 565 

State Investment and Insurance Co. . . 597 

Steele Jas. G. & Co 530 

St'dz & Sturm 480 

Sunny Side House 539 

Surrvhne E. is Co 427 

Taber I. W. k Co 429 

Teubner & Hoffman E 

Tubbs' Hotel 442 

Union Livery Stable E 

Van Voorhies k Brearty 533 

Vandall B. C 479 

Vice Martin 637 

Walker T. L 598 

Washington Brewery 542 

Weeks Henry 567 

Welscher & Westerman 542 

West Berkeley Planing Mill 405 

Wetmore J. L. k Co edsje of book 

Wheat CD inside front cover 

Whitney & Co 58i 

Whitney A. D lower margin 

Wouderlich J. P C 

Woodward & Taggart upper margin 



PUBLICATION OFFICE 

Bishop's I}if£gtones 

518 Clay St., San Francisco. 



The following Directories are regularly issued, and for sale 
at this office : 

San Francisco, San Jose, 

Oakland, Stockton, 

California State Business Directory. 

B. C. VANDALL, Publisher. 



Directories of the principal cities in the United States are kept on hand 
for the accommodation of patrons and friends, for free reference. 



Additional Names, Removals, etc., 
Received too Late for Regular Insertion. 



Arcade Printing House, Alfred Ulp manager, 454 Twelfth 

Barrett Charles EL, master mariner, res N s Eighteenth bet 
Grove and Castro 

Barrett E. M. Mrs., homeopathic physician, res N s Eight- 
eenth bet Grove and Castro 

Borrelle & Vendeleers (J. D. Borrelle and H. Vendeleers) 
tailors, 474 Eighth 

Borrelle J. D. (Borrelle & Vendeleers) res 474 Eighth 

Brown Ed. A., wood and coal, 410-412 Ninth, res 702 Web- 
ster 

Callaghan & Co. (J. Callaghan) real estate agents and col- 
lectors, 414 Ninth 

Caroe & Meyer (L. Caroe and Henry Meyer) shirt manufac- 
turers, 1113 Broadway 

Caroe L. (Caroe & Meyer) 1113 Broadway 

Cordy & Warren (John J. Cordy and George Warren) 
collectors, 414 Ninth 

Cordy John J. (Cordy & Warren) res S. F. 

Cornwall A , dentist, 1069 Broadway 

Devoll G. B. Mrs., dressmaker, 1055 Broadway 

Gamier P. B., printer, 454 Twelfth 

Hochholzer Hugo (Phillips & Hochholzer) res S. F. 

LAWRIE & WHITNEY (A. G. Lawrie and George E. 
Whitney) searchers of records, 817 Broadway 

Lawrie A. G. (Lawrie & Whitney) res SW cor Jackson and 
Eleventh 

Nelle William, butcher, 964 Broadway 

PACIFIC STONE CO., F. Chappellet president, 907 Broad- 
way 

PELTON JOHN C. Jr., architect, 917 Broadway (and 330 
Pine, S. F.) res 1510 Pine, S. F. 

PHILLIPS & HOCHHOLZER (Henry,W. Phillips and Hugo 
Hochholzer) architects and civil engineers, 1104 Broad- 
way 

Pjiillips Henry W. (Phillips & Hochholzer) res 1104 Broad- 
way 

Yan Arman Hiram M., correspondent S. F. Evening Post, 
res 1520 Seventh 

Vendeleers H. (Borrelle & Vendeleers) res First bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 



The City of Oakland. 



This, the second city in population west of the Rocky 
Mountains, is located on the Bay of San Francisco, north- 
wardly from the mouth of San Antonio creek. Its area ex- 
tends on the eastward to the foot-hills of the San Pablo 
range of mountains. On the north, Temescal and Berkeley 
lie as immediately contiguous suburbs, soon to be absorbed 
within the limits of the rapidly expanding city. Piedmont 
and Fruit Vale eastwardly, and Alameda on the south, are 
parts of the future great city which shall cover the entire 
space from the bay to the hills, and which, in pojmlation 
and wealth, shall rank among the first on the continent. 

The town of Oakland was incorporated in 1852, and so 
rapid was its growth that it became a city in 1854, with a 
population variously estimated at from one thousand to 
fifteen hundred. Latterly the growth of the city has been 
very rapid. The many natural advantages which she pos- 
sesses, her charming scenery and delightful climate, her 
excellent educational facilities, her easy and rapid communi- 
cation with the present commercial metropolis, and above 
all, her almost certain prospect, in the near future, of becom- 
ing a great commercial and manufacturing mart, all have 
combined to give an impetus to her growth which is simply 
unparalleled. On other pages will be found references to 
the varied institutions of the city, and details of interest 
concerning real estate and building transactions for the year. 

Oakland justly claims to be the natural railroad center of 
California. This claim is not disputed, and its admittal 
brings with it the correlative one that she is the natural 
commercial center. With the necessary improvements in 
her harbor, which the judicious expenditure of a moderate 
sum will perfect, the commerce of the coast can find as com- 
modious and less exposed anchorage at her wharves than at 
the opposite side. If the tardy appropriation of a few thous- 
and dollars annually by the national government, for the 
improvement of the harbor, were to be supplemented by a 
generous one of say a million dollars by the large real estate 
owners on this side, the work could be speedily completed, 
and a return of tenfold the investment be made to the 
donors by the vast rise in real estate which the transfer of 
the commerce of the Pacific to her wharves would immedi- 
ately cause. 



Improvements. 

Since the last issue of the " Directory," we note a great 
change in the appearance of Oakland. Where shanties 
stood and encumbered the grounds, substantial business 
houses or elegant residences have been erected. Streets 
which were supposed, even by the most sanguine, to be 
sacred to the uses of the domestic circle, and not at all 
likely to be encroached upon by the inexorable law, which 
says " trade overrides all things," have been invaded, the 
occupants driven out and forced to seek homes elsewhere, 
always, however to the great advantage of the owner. What 
was residence property is so no longer, and what is residence 
property is a question of uncertainty. " Business centres " 
are being established all over the city. Center-street Sta- 
tion is a most noticeable instance. Kohler's Block, a two- 
story structure, with several stores below, occupies the 
northern side of Seventh street, between Chester and Henry, 
while on the opposite side of Seventh, upon that and the 
two contiguous blocks not less than a dozen stores have been 
opened, filled with various wares, embracing all the lines of 
retail trade. On Eighth and Chester, all of the four corners 
have been built up and first-class establishments opened. 

At the " Point," thirty -six new buildings, devoted to the 
uses of retailers, have been erected and occcupied. 

Adeline-street Station shows much improvement, a num- 
ber of substantial two-story houses having been built and 
occupied for business purposes, while a large number of 
residences have been erected. 

At Market-street Station the Messrs. Abbott have built two 
first class stores on Seventh, and Mr. Curtis is erecting a 
block of large dimensions. All the diminutive, shabby 
structures are to disappear from that neighborhood. 

San Pablo avenue has improved rapidly. Not less than 
seventy buildings have been erected on it within the year. 

The opening of Grove street, through "Chinatown," will 
make that a great thoroughfare, and the corners of Twenty- 
sixth and Grove and Thirty-fourth and Grove are likely to 
become business centres. 

Improvements in East Oakland are on a scale commensu- 
rate with the growth of the city. Elegant private residences 
are being constructed, together with many cottages of more 
moderate cost. 

Out on Thirty-fourth, B and Haven streets, a business 
centre is springing up. The Watt's tract is being rapidly 
covered with stores and dwellings. One hundred and fifty 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 9 

houses have beeu erected on that tract which came into 
market last Fall since the last issue of this work. 

Substantial Business Structures. — During the year 1876 
buildings for business purposes were erected in the City of 
Oakland of a value approximating one million dollars. 
Among the most prominent are the following: The Nicholl 
Block, fronting on Ninth street 150 feet bv 100 on Washing- 
ton, cost $70,000. The Oakland Bank 'of Savings Block 
fronting on Broadway, side elevation on Twelfth, a brick 
building, three stories in height, with basement, costing 
$50,000. A three-story brick building fronting on Twelfth, 
between Broadway and Washington, built by Mrs. Deining, 
at an estimated cost of $33,000. The Block fronting on 
Washington and Ninth, one hundred feet by eighty, three 
stories, of brick, cost $50,000. A three-story brick building 
100 by 75 feet, on the corner of Seventh and Washington, 
by P. Bocquerez, administrator, Adeline Curdy owner. 
This block cost fully $40,000. The Jurgen's Bmlding on 
Broadway and Thirteenth. This is an elegant three-story 
and basement brick structure, fronting 100 feet on Broad- 
way and 100 feet on Thirteenth, costing $65,000. White & 
Glenn's Block, on Broadway and Thirteenth streets, fronting 
100 feet on Broadway and 100 on Thirteenth. This building 
is of stone, brick and iron, and cost about $37,000. Snyder's 
Block, fronting on Ninth, at the southeast corner of Wash- 
ington. This building is of brick, is three stories in height, 
and cost $30,000. F. Delger's Block, on Broadway, be- 
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth, containing eleven spacious 
stores. This building is a one-story and basement of brick 
and iron, erected upon a substantial foundation calculated 
to support two or three additional stories. Its cost was 
$30,000. George C. Potter's Block, at the intersection of 
Broadway with San Pablo avenue at Fourteenth street. This 
is a two-story structure, built with all the appliances of 
modern architectural skill; contains ten stores, with base- 
ments, and cost about $50,000. Mechanics' Association Block, 
at the intersection of Broadway with Telegraph avenue. A 
portion of this block is three stories in height, and the 
remainder two stories, all with basements of brick and stone, 
the superstructure being of wood with brick subdivision 
walls. The block contains ten stores, and about sixty 
upper rooms. Its cost was about $50,000. Teutonia Hall, 
on the north side of eighth between Broadway and Franklin, 
is a two-story brick structure, costing about $12,000. 
Buhsen's brick building, two stories in height, on Seventh 
street, at the Point Station, cost $15,000. Dunn's building 



10 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

on Twelfth street, east of Broadway, of brick, two stories, 
cost $15,000. 

Public Buildings. — Among the more prominent buildings 
of a public character erected during 1876, we may mention 
the ferry buildings of the Central Pacific Railroad, at the 
foot of Broadway; cost unknown, but probably about $50,000. 
The First Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Clay and 
Fourteenth streets, completed, cost $40,000. The Church 
of the Seventh Day Adventists, corner Clay and Thirteenth 
streets, cost $10,500. A brick Engine house on East Four- 
teenth and Thirteenth avenue, $6000. A brick Engine 
house at Oakland Point, on Eighth street between Campbell 
and Willow, $3500. The Masonic Hall of West Oakland, 
corner Seventh and Willow streets, cost $15,000. The Odd 
Fellows' Hall, Orion Lodge, East Twelfth street and Eleventh 
avenue, $6000, besides a number of others of lesser note. 

Additions and enlargements to the several manufacturing 
establishments of the city have been made at an estimated 
cost of $50,000. 

Dwellings. — One thousand one hundred and fifty-six 
dwelling houses were erected within the limits of the City 
of Oakland during the year, and above two hundred in the 
outlying suburban districts. The range of cost of these 
dwelling is from $15,000 to $400; very few so low as the lat- 
ter figure and but a limited number approximating the for- 
mer. A very large proportion, however, ranged from $1500 
to $3000 each, with a good sprinkling of eighth, nine and 
ten thousand dollar mansions and villas. Of cottages cost- 
ing not far from a thousand dollars each, there were built 
about four hundred. Personal interviews and comparison 
of notes, with all the leading architects, builders, and real 
estate improvers of the city have led us to place the cost 
value of residences erected during the year 1876 at two mil- 
lion three hundred and twenty thousand dollars, exclusive of 
ornamentations of grounds. 

In addition to the prominent business structures noticed 
above, there were built one hundred and twent} r -seven 
stores and shops (mostly of wood) in various parts of the city 
at a probable cost of $90,000. Summary : The result of one 
year's building operation in Oakland maybe summarized thus : 

No. Cost 

Large Business Structures 24 $1,000,000 

Minor " " 127 90,000 

Public Buildings 18 225,000 

Manufacturing Purposes 50,000 

Dwellings 1156 2.320,000 

Total Value of Improvements $3,685,000 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 11 



The Present and Future. 

As great as was the growth of Oakland in 1876, appear- 
ances indicate that a larger number of houses will be built 
during the present year than last. In whatever direction 
we look we observe new structures springing up, not exactly 
as by magic in a night, but with a celerity that approaches 
it. The Watts' tract is becoming rapidly covered with cot- 
tages aud shops. A large number of elegant residences are 
in course of construction in the vicinity of Eighteenth, 
Nineteenth, Jefferson and Grove streets, and improvements 
in the vicinity of all the stations of the local railway are 
exceedingly brisk. Not less than five hundred houses, of 
various classes, have been commenced since the opening of 
the year. The hard times generally complained of seems 
to stimulate the investment of surplus capital in property 
that cannot fail to be profitable, and is undeniably safe. It 
was asserted by a prominent house owner to the writer of 
this, that large buildings combining stores beneath, with 
ample and numerous rooms for residence, office or lodging 
purposes above, were remunerative even if all the stores 
remained unrented, such was the demand for and certainty 
of occupancy of the upper floors. 

All the numerous architects of the city have their port- 
folios filled with plans for large business structures or costly 
residences, many of which are designed for San Francisco 
capitalists, who show the recognition of an undoubted faith 
in the future of Oakland by building here in preference to 
San Francisco. It is probable that some of these extensive 
contemplated improvements may be delayed by the present 
depreciation in mining shares, but the delay will be only 
temporary, and will tend in time to results much greater 
than if stocks had been held up to excessive and fabulous 
prices, subject to disastrous fluctuations. The solid busi- 
ness men of both cities are becoming fully aware that one 
of the most populous cities of the United States is to be 
builded, and very rapidly too, between the waters of San 
Francisco Bay and the San Pablo range of hills, and are 
governing themselves accordingly. 

Among a few of the improvements contemplated and in 
progress at the present, are Kohler & Chase's three story 
brick block, on the corner of Washington and Ninth streets. 
This building will be fifty by one hundred feet, with base- 
ment, and will be constructed in the most substanial man- 
ner. The estimated cost is fifty thousand dollars. 

Dr. Samuel Merritt is building, on the corner of Twelfth 



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and Franklin streets, a building which, when completed, 
will be one of the largest and most magnificent business 
structures in the city. It is one hundred feet square, and 
will be three stories in height above a spacious basement. 
There are few buildings in any of our Western cities that 
excel in size, design and cost this progressing block. The 
cost is estimated at from one hundred thousand to one 
hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. 

The Germania Association are proceeding rigorously in 
the construction of a magnificent building, to be known as 
Germania Halle. It is located on the east side of Webster 
street, between Sixth and Seventh. The building will be of 
wood, three stories in height, above a basement of brick, 
its ground dimensions being seventy-five front by one hund- 
red and thirty feet in depth. Its cost will not be far from 
forty thousand dollars, and it will be the largest hall of a 
similar nature in the State. 

Greens' Block, on Broadway, between Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth streets, will be fifty feet front by a depth of one 
hundred, will be of brick, iron and stone, fire-proof, four 
stories in height and will cost about fortj'-five thousand 
dollars. 

An elegant building fronting fifty feet on Twelfth street, 
with a depth of one hundred feet will be erected A. Martin. 
It will be three stories high, and its estimated cost is thirty 
thousand dollars. 

A. C. Henry, Esq., the banker, has in a forward state of 
progress a substantial brick block seventy-five feet front by 
ninety feet in depth, on Ninth street, between Broadway 
and Washington. The front walls of this massive structure 
will be fifty-five feet high. The building is of brick with 
basement, is three stories and will cost about forty thousand 
dollars. 

J. L. Wetmore, a prominent real estate dealer, of Oak- 
land, will build an immense three story frame, ninety feet by 
one hundred, on the corner of Eighth and Clay streets, at a 
cost of twenty-five thousand dollars. 

In addition to the above list a large number of business 
houses of more moderate dimensions are in progress. 

From a general view of the ground and personal inter- 
views with the principal builders and dealers in building 
materials of the city, it is withoiit hesitation that we place 
the probable cost of building improvements in Oakland at a 
figure not lower than three millions and five hundred thous- 
and dollars for the current year ending with the advent of 
1878. 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 13 



Real Estate. 

Oakland is to day the campaign ground for real estate op- 
eration on the Pacific Coast. Greater activity prevails both 
in business and residence property here than in any other 
city on the coast, not excepting San Francisco. We might 
say also, if the saying may not seem to savor of the spirit of 
boasting, that no city within the broad expanse of the United 
States can show such growth, and such substantial apprecia- 
tion of values as Oakland, during a period dating back one, 
two or three years. Especially during 1876, a season of 
general depression in real estate on the Pacific Coast, did 
Oakland not only maintain but largely enhance her values 
both for business and residence property. 

TABLE SHOWING REAL ESTATE SALES FKOM 1867 TO 1876 INCLUSIVE I 



1867 $1,685,237 

1868 2,700,038 

1869 2,518,315 

1870 2,294,534 

1871 2,074,163 



1872 $2,459,015 

1873 2,439,595 

1874 3,042,371 

1875 4,076,821 

1876 7,711,545 



It will be seen that the sales for 1876 exceed those of 1874 
and 1875 combined, and more than equal those of any three 
years previous to 1874 aggregated. During the same period 
the real estate sales of San Francisco amounted to $24,000,000. 
This shows that the volume of transactions in Oakland is 
one-third as large as that of the great commercial metropolis 
of the Pacific coast. At its present ratio of development 
but a few years will pass before the real estate sales of Oak- 
land will exceed those of the peninsula 

It will be of interest to our readers to observe, from the 
authority of a reliable real estate firm, the actual prices of 
real estate in open market in various locations at the present 
writing. To those who preserve copies of this Directory 
from year to year it may be of value and certainly will be of 
interest in future years to glance backward, take a retrospec- 
tive view and make comparisons. The figure which Oakland 
real estate brings in the market now may ten years hence 
appear exceedingly small, as the figures of ten years ago now 
appear to the reviewer. In the year of our Lord 1877 the 
choicest business property in Oakland will sell for eight 
hundred dollars per front foot. Corner lots fronting on 
Broadway between Seventh and Fourteenth streets are re- 
garded as the choicest and most valuable property. The 
constant throng which passing to and from the local trains 
at short intervals from morn till noon, from noon till dewy 
eve, and from that time on till midnight renders Broadway 
the paradise of retailers. The ground upon which a corner 



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store of twenty-five feet frontage stands in this locality there- 
fore commands twenty thousand dollars, equivalent to a 
ground rent of two thousand dollars per annum. However, 
there are locations here which cannot be purchased for any 
sum within the reasonable limits of its present or prospective 
value. 

Next in the scale of value for purposes of trade comes 
Washington street. The best lots on this rapidly improving 
thoroughfare command about $325 per front foot. Many 
fine improvements were made on Washington street last year 
and many others are in progress. It is beginning to divide 
the vast crowd from the trains with Broadway. It is really 
more agreeable and convenient for dwellers out north to take 
Washington street. Its property has rapidly enhanced in 
value of late in consequence of the frequently uncomfortably 
crowded condition of Broadway, and the opening of several 
new establishments of retail trade on Washington. Clay 
street property, choice corners, command $150 perfront foot. 

A lot on Broadway, at the corner of First street, 60 feet 
front, sold at the rate of $541.66 per front foot, including 
improvements worth probably two-fifths of the amount. 
This sale is mentioned to illustrate the relative estimation in 
which property suitable only for commercial or manufactur- 
ing purposes is held when compared with that suitable for 
the retail trade. 

Business property at the Point sells at $100 per front foot 
for the best lots. At Market street station about the same 
prices are realized as at the Point. At Center street station 
property is a little lower, though the best lots are rapidly 
appreciating in value. No part of the city has grown more 
rapidly of late than in this vicinity, business extending to 
Eighth street. Adeline street station property does not 
command so high a figure — $60 to $75 per front foot will 
buy the best lots in that vicinity. 

Property in the vicinity of Broadway upon the cross 
streets, from Eighth to Tenth, commands $200 to $250 per 
front foot; as we proceed to the northward prices growing 
smaller. 

Residence property that may be considered in the least 
eligible, sells at from $75 to $100 per foot for first-class in 
the most central or the most desirable locations, and from 
$20 to $75, according to location, in various parts of the 
city. Low-lying, undesirable lots may, in some instances, 
be bought at $10 per foot. Among notable sales made 
recently were the Peralta and Center street lands, lying 
between the above named streets and Twelfth and Sixteenth 



THE CITY OF OAKLAND. 



15 



streets, comprising seventy-six lots, every one of which was 
sold at prices varying from $1,015 to $400, the entire tract 
bringing $43,045. An offer of $55,000 was refused for a 
business block bounded by Market, Myrtle, Seventh and 
Eighth, without improvements. At the sale of the Potter 
property the sum of $165,375 was realized. Three hundred 
and ten feet on Telegraph avenue sold at an average of $216 
per foot. Lots on the San Pablo frontage brought $175 per 
foot. The sale Avas considered one of the most successful 
which ever took place in Oakland, considering the times. 

The Oak Park tract in Alameda, lying between Fassking's 
Gardens and the Bay, and comprising about twenty blocks, 
is considered as among the desirable residence property for 
the more select class. Lots in that tract have sold during 
the season at prices ranging from $500 to $1,000. This local- 
ity is rapidly becoming covered with a fine class of residences. 

The Watts tract, lying between the Bay and San Pablo 
avenue in the northerly section of the city, was subdivided 
and sold during the season. A remarkable growth is 
evident in that section, which offers the cheapest residence 
property now available. More than one hundred and thirty 
houses have been erected on that ground since the sale, and 
new ones are going up every day. 

The Brumagin tract, situated a little northward of Temescal, 
has lately come into market. This tract is situated on a very 
desirable elevation above the Bay, some ninety feet — has a 
splendid drainage, and is altogether a lovely spot upon 
which to create homes. At the sale fifty lots were sold at 
prices ranging from $275 to $400. 

The Rowland tract, which lies between Telegraph and San 
Pablo avenues southward of Thirty-fourth street, lies high 
and affords a good view. Streets have been graded through 
this land, and lots are for sale, but purchasers must expect 
to pay high prices there. 

The Shell Mound tract, at the head of the creek, has been 
settled upon to a considerable extent during the season. 

Several other tracts of outside lots have been opened for 
purchase during the year, and are as a consequence being 
rapidly dotted over with habitations. 

Fruit Vale on the eastward, and Piedmont, are suburbs, 
are noted for their picturesque scenery and healthfulness. 
Both are improving gradually. The first school building, 
an elegant one, was built at Piedmont during the summer 
of 1876. A number of fine residences were built at Fruit 
Yale. _ In this section land can yet be purchased by the 
acre, in tracts to suit. 



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The general tendency of improvements is to the north- 
ward. Ere long every acre of land between the Bay and 
the hills northward to Berkeley will be in the market as city 
lots, and will be rapidly disposed of to the army of seekers 
for cheap, healthful and picturesque homes. 

Population of the City. 

Thirty-five thousand was accepted as a correct estimate of 
the population of Oakland in June, 1876. The number of 
children in the city at that time was 8,745, or about twenty- 
five per cent, of the total population. Thus, in 1870, the 
School census gave 2,592 children and the Federal census 
10,000 inhabitants to the city. The gain in the number of 
children for the last four years has been twenty percent, annu- 
ally; that ratio of gain from June, 1876 to June, 1877, will give 
a return of 10,497 children, indicating a population of 41,976. 
But it is a patent fact, that the enumeration of children, of 
late years, is often taken in a careless manner, resulting 
in the omission of a considerable number of names. The 
population of Oakland is undoubtedly larger than the figures 
indicated by the School census, for two reasons : First, all 
the children are not returned; second, there are, at least, 
fifteen hundred men residing in the city, engaged upon the 
hundreds of new buildings, who have no famiies here, and 
consequently no children to be returned. 

A more reliable basis than the School census, upon which 
to estimate the population, is the present volume. This work 
being published annually, and containing the names of all 
adult males and heads of families, affords an excellent means 
of determining the growth of the city by comparison. The 
best judges, in fact, authorities almost indisputable, allot a 
population of three and one-half to each reference in the 
Directories of Western cities. Upon this basis we estimated 
the population in June, 1876, at 35,910, there being 10,260 
references in the book. This year the references in the book 
number 13,050, an increase of 2,790. The population is, 
therefore, 45,675, an increase of 9,765 since June, 1876. 
Newspapers and pamphlets have been too moderate in esti- 
mating the number of inhabitants in this bustling, crowded 
city. This volume shows, beyond a doubt, an increase of 
fully twenty-five per cent, since the date of our last issue, 
one year ago ; and after a careful and exhaustive comparison 
of facts, we have no hesitancy in claiming that our figures 
are conservative and within the bounds of actual fact. An 
official census would hardly vary them one thoiisand. 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 

OF THE COUNTY OF ALAMEDA. 



Sheriff — Henry N. Morse, elected for two years. Term 
expires in March, 1878. 

Under Sheriff — J. Tyrrel. 

Deputy Sheriffs — William S. Harlow and Frederick Bry- 
ant. 

Jailor — Jesse Viers. 

Assistant Jailor — F. N. Miller. 

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

Deputies— John Yule, Eben C. Farley, D. W. Pratt, R. 
W. Church and George W. Eeed. 

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 and George D. Cobb. 

Copyists — F. B. Granger jr., W. L. Bromley, Charles M. 
Tucker, R. O. Whitehead and James Dixon. 

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 and Probate Judge — Stephen G. Nye. Elected 
for four years; term expires December 31st, 1879. 



18 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Board of Supekvisors — Regular meetings are held on the 
first Mondays of February, May, August and November. 
Elected for two years. O. H. Burnham, Oakland; J. A. 
Chase, Oakland; Peter Pumyea, Oakland; W. C. Mason, 
Brooklyn and Alameda; J. B. Marlin, Eden; Howard Over- 
acker, Washington; Valentin Alviso, Murray. 

STANDING COMMITTEES: 

Judiciary — Chase, Overacker and Mason. 
Auditing and Finance — Pumyea, Mason and Marlin. 
Roads and Bridges — Overacker, Alviso and Marlin. 
Franchise — Mason, Alviso and Chase. 
Hospital — Marlin, Overacker and Pumyea. 
County Buildings — Alviso, Pumyea and Chase. 

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

Assessors — W. F. Boardman; J. P. Hart, Deputy, Oak- 
land township; E. Minor Smith, Alameda township; A. B. 
Webster, Brooklyn township; Atwill R. Hall, Eden town- 
ship; Luther E. Osgood, Washington township; Newton 
Ingram, Murray township. Elected for two years; term ex- 
pires March, 1878. 



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 Monday 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 at 
470 Seventh street. 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 



19 



Justice's Court. — James Lentell. Elected for two years; 
term expires.December 81, 1877. Court is held at the north- 
west corner of Eleventh and Franklin streets. 



Court is held daily, 



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

Justice of the Peace of the City of Oakland. — Wm, 
Bolton. Elected for one year; term expires March 12, 1878. 
Court is held at 1768 Seventh street. 



Notaries Public for Alameda County. 



Appointed. 



M. T. Dusinbury Oakland January 4 

George W. Edwards .... " August 5 

William M. Gilchrist... " Sept. 27 

William Hoskins " Dec. 8 

George D. Metcalf " May 2 

John H. Redstone " June 3 

Will H. Burrall " Feb. 24 

John W. Sessions " Sept. 20 

Arthur D. Thomson " June 28 

S. Hirshberg " January 11 

Newton Benedict ," Sept. 18 

Henry A. Leake " Sept. 28 

William Bolton West Oakland. . . .June 3 

Daniel H. Beck Centerville May 13 

Lorenzo G. Yates " Sept. 7 

Aug. M. Church Livermore Dec. 8 

M. P. H. Love " Dec. 14 

William M. Liston Alvarado Dec. 7 

Thomas W. Millard Harrisburg June 3 

Anthony G. Oakes Hayward Sept. 23 

John R. Palmer Pleasanton May 5 

A. B. Webster Brooklyn January 11, 1877 

N. W. Palmer Alameda March 10, 1876 



1876 
1874 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1874 
1877 
1875 
1875 
1877 
1876 
1876 
1874 
1876 
1876 
1875 
1875 
1875 
1876 
1876 
1876 



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. C. S. Coleman, Physician; Frederick Gerstenberg, 
Steward. The number of admissions in 1876 was 212; 164 
were discharged, and there were 39 deaths. The number of 
patients remaining on January 1, 1877, was 67. The total 
current expenses for the year were $17,579 22, and $4,914 91 
were paid for improvements. 



20 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



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. 

Fifth Ward — 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 was held on the second Monday of 
March, 1877, at which all members of the City Council and 
School Board and other city officers except the Mayor, who 
is elected every year, were elected, to serve for two years, 
without pay. 

Officers Elected in March, 1877. 

Mayor— E. H. Pardee. 

Police Judge — A. H. Jayne. 

Justice of the Peace of the City — William Bolton. 

Treasurer and Clerk — James Dods. 

Marshal and Tax Collector — Perry Johnson. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 21 

Assessor — Joseph M. Dillon. 

City Attorney — Henry Vrooman. 

City Engineer — Thomas J. Arnold (appointed). 

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 — J. A. Booth (appointed). 

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

City Wharfinger — William Harwood (appointed). 

Pound Master — D. Rattery (appointed). 

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

The City Council. 

W. A. Walter, President ; P. W. Fonda, W. E. Grinnell, 
W. A. Walter, John M. Miner, W. E. Miller, J. W. F. 
Sohst, M. W. Fish. 

STANDING COMMITTEES. 

Ordinance and Judiciary — Fish, Miner and Grinnell. 
Auditing and Finance — Miller, Miner and Fish. 
Streets and Buildings — Miner, Fish and Fonda. 
Fire and Water — Sohst, Grinnell and Miner. 
Education — Grinnell, Sohst and Fonda. 
Street Lights and Lanrp Posts — Fish, Miller and Sohst. 
Removals and Obstructions — Fonda, Grinnell and Sohst. 
City Hall and Police — Miner, Miller and Grinnell. 

Board of Education. 

R. E. Cole, President ; J. W. Shanklin, C. H. Redding- 
ton, J. A. Hobart, C. N. Fox, A. W. Swett, Eugene Lynch. 
F. M. Campbell, Secretary. 

Board of Health. 

L. H. Cary, Health Officer and City Physician ; W. Bam- 
ford, E. H. Woolsey and William Bolton. Geo. H. Carleton, 
Health Inspector. 

Police Department. 

Captain of Police — D. H. Rand, City Hall. 
George H. Carleton — Superintendent of Fire Alarm and 
Police Telegraph. 



22 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



REGULAR OFFICERS. 

Charles E. Lufkin, stationed at City Hall, day watch and 
bailiff of Police Court. 

William Aldrich, City Hall. 

George Taylor, City Hall. 

S. H. Mitchell, stationed at City Hall, night watch. 

W. H. Summers, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 

John Barnett, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 

John A. Dodge, patrol Seventh and Broadway. 
. W. D. Thomas, patrol East Oakland. 

H. Nedderman, patrol East Oakland. 

Edward J. Chase, patrol Oakland Point. 

A. Ennis, patrol Oakland Point. 

A. Wilson, patrol on cars C. P. R. R. and Wharf. 

Joseph M. Wallace, patrol Broadway, Franklin, Washing- 
ton, Ninth to Fourteenth. 

Tim Lamping, patrol Broadway, Franklin, Washington, 
Ninth to Fourteenth. 

A. J. Ross, patrol San Pablo, Telegraph, Fourteenth and 
Hobart. 

REGULAR SPECIAL POLICEMEN ON BEATS. 

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

H. B. Rand — Beat No. 2. Bounded by Fourteenth, Lake 
Merritt, Twenty-second and San Pablo avenue. 

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

H. Wood— Beat No. 4. Bounded by Fifth, Fourteenth, 
Market and Linden streets. 

T. Taylor — Beat No. 5. Bounded by Franklin to Fourth, 
Fourth to Webster, Webster to South Front, East Front to 
Fourteenth street. 

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. West of Campbell. 

Joseph Fields — Beat No. 9. Adeline to Centre. 

Charles E. Chase — Beat No. 10. Centre to Campbell. 

J. M. Manley — Beat No. 11. East Oakland. 



MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 23 

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. 

D. Rattary, Pound Master. 

E. S. E. Williams, C. P. E. E. Repair Shops. 
Allen Peel, Lafayette School. 

John Maguire, Pioneer Planing Mill. 

Ealph Balmford, Lincoln School. 

Daniel Morrison, Oakland Planing Mill. 

A. E. Dietz, Dietz Hall. 

E. G. Jones, High School. 

Darwin Degolia, E. E. Bridge, Alice street. 

Henry Theobold, Twelfth street Bridge. 

J. L. Eoundy, Webster street Bridge. 

William Stack, Zimmerman's Garden. 

S. G. Crawford, at large. 



OAKLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



It is not necessary to follow the histoiy of the Oakland 
Eire Department from its inception to its regeneration and 
permanent establishment. — Matthew De La Montanya was 
appointed chief engineer in 1874, and still occupies the po- 
sition. The service has been brought to a good state of effi- 
ciency. 

A Fire Alarm Telegraph, with twenty miles of wire, has 
<been recently constructed, and eleven 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. 
George H. Carleton Superintendent of Fire and Police Tel- 
egraph. 

The city is now the owner of four 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 com- 
panies ; a house and lot on Fifteenth near Washington, occu- 
pied by Phoenix Company No. 1; a lot, with house newly 
completed thereon of brick one story in height, on Eighth 
street, between Willow and Campbell, West Oakland ; a brick 
house in East Oakland, on East Fourteenth street, between 
Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues, occupied by Brooklyn Com- 
pany No. 4. 



24 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Companies. 

Pacenix No. 1. — Located on Fifteenth street in the rear 
of City Hall. Provided with a third-class Amoskeag En- 
gine, costing $3,178, drawn by two horses; one hose-cart 
drawn by one horse and carrying 650 feet of hose. The 
company is full and numbers nine men, as follows : C. Hooley, 
foreman; T. Ennis, engineman; W. H. Barrett, stoker; T. 
Hallahan, driver; S. Stephenson, N. O'Brien, M. I. Halla- 
han, 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, cost $5,562, and one 
hose-cart drawn by one horse and carrying 650 feet of hose. 
The Company consists of nine men: E. F. Voorhees, fore- 
man and extraman; W. Myles, engineman; C. Briones, 
stoker; L. Hoffman, hose driver; B. Bennett, E. Cady, A. 

E. Peckham, Pi. Myles and D. Barrett, extramen. 

Oakland, No. 3. — Located on Eighth street, between 
Campbell and Willow. It is a second-class Silsby, costing 
$5,000, is drawn by two horses, and one hose-cart drawn by 
one horse and carrying 750 feet of hose. The Company 
consists of nine men: William Myles, foreman; George De- 
marais, engineman; William Ennis, stoker; D. Cronin, hose 
driver; J. E. Bacon, M. M. Kelly, A. H. Myers, A. Tate and 

F. Tasney, extramen. 

Brooklyn, No. 4. — Located on East Fourteenth street, 
between Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues > East Oakland. It 
is supplied with a second-class Amoskeag Engine, drawn by 
two horses, and also a hose-cart drawn by one horse, carry- 
ing 750 feet of hose. The Company consists of nine men: 
James Moffitt, foreman; Ira Chapman, engineer; Daniel 
Cronan, stoker; Patrick Lamb, driver hose-cart; H. West, 
Oscar Guerin, James Mulgrew, George Lewis and F. Schim- 
melpfennig, extramen. 

Brooklyn, No. 1. — This is a volunteer company, with ap- 
paratus located on Fifteenth avenue, between East Twelfth 
and East Fourteenth streets, East Oakland. It was organi- 
zed in May, 1869. It is supplied with a hand-engine, of the 
Jeffries manufacture, hook and ladder truck and 300 feet of 
hose, belonging to the city. The company numbers 53 men. 

Belief Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. — Located on Sixth 
street, between Broadway and Washington. The truck is 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 25 



drawn by two horses. The company is composed of eight 
men: J. O. Sarpy, foreman; P. Reader, driver; W. Robin- 
son, tillerman; George Farwell, E. Campbell, Charles H. 
Ellis, J. C. Orr and William Williams, extraman. 

Cisterns are located as follows : On the corner 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 
Eight and Wood streets, and one in East Oakland near Four- 
teenth street and Twelfth avenue — is proposed and will 
probably soon be accomplished. 

There are ninety hydrants constructed and in use. 

LOCATION OF THE ELEVEN BOXES ERECTED. 

Seventh, between Wood and Willow streets. 

Seventh and Adeline streets. 

Seventh and Market streets. 

Seventh and Washington streets. 

Twelfth and Broadway streets. 

Twelfth and Oak streets. 

Sixth avenue and East Twelfth street. 

First and "Washington streets. 

Market and Fourteenth streets. 

Twelfth avenue and East Twelfth street. 

Telegraph avenue and Sycamore street. 

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

Salaries of officers $ 1 284 00 

Salary of hydrant inspector. . . 396 00 

Salaries of men 11,634 00 

Feed of horses 1,290 15 

Bent 156 00 

Gas 652 02 

Horses (3) purchased 900 00 

Carbolized hose 1,260 00 

Engine House, W T . O 3,465 83 

Engine and Cart, W. O 5,000 00 

All other items 2,865 43 



No. 


2. 


No. 


o 
O. 


No. 


4. 


No. 


5. 


No. 


6. 


No. 


7. 


No. 


8. 


No. 


9. 


No. 


13. 


No. 


15. 


No. 


16. 



,903 43 

The total value of Department property, per inventory, is 
$60,133 77. 



26 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



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 prudently 
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 con- 
tributions. They can see honestly constructed public build- 
ings and street improvements, and enjoy the benefits a well 
governed and orderly community bestows. Following are 
the receipts from all sources for 1876 per report of the City 
Treasurer : 

City taxes $218,501 96 

General trader's licenses 35,321 50 

Vehicle licenses 545 00 

Dog licenses 1,242 00 

Police Court 6,788 95 

City Wharf 10,109 88 

Total revenue proper $272,509 29 

Received from sale of bonds (sewer) 8,084 00 

Received school moneys from State and county. 55,951 03 

Total receipts from all sources $336,544 32 

Following are items of current expenditures for 1876 : 

Police Department $22,383 90 

Fire Department 28,542 51 

Repairs and sprinkling streets 23,499 11 

Lighting streets and City Hall 24,115 43 

Hospital, &c 6,130 16 

Public grounds and buildings 7,363 02 

Miscellaneous (salaries city officers, etc.) 28,322 09 

Total $140,356 22 

The expenses of the public schools during the 

year were $122,483 87 

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



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. 



27 



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 


$18,400 

50,000 

16,000 

70,000 

50,000 

80,000 

15,000 

100,000 

100,000 

173,000 


1878 
1883 
1883 
1890 
1892 
1903 
1903 
1905 
1905 
1885 


7 
10 
10 
10 

8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


$1,288 00 
5,000 00 
1,600 00 
7,000 00 
4,000 00 
6,400 00 
1,200 00 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 

13,840 00 


Old Claims 


1868 
1868 
1870 
1872 
1872 
1874 
1874 
1874 
1875 


Erection of City Hall 
. . Carpentier judgment 

Floating Debt 

School Buildings 

. .Municipal Purposes 

Dredging the Bar 

. . . Municipal Purposes 
Refunding School Bond 



56,328 80 



Total$672,400 

The item of $173,000 bonds issued in 1875, were for the 
construction of the Lake Sewer, and is payable by the prop- 
erty benefited by that improvement, the city only extending 
its guarantee. 

The assessed value of property within the city limits for 
1876-7 is $24,000,718. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



The Public Schools of Oakland. 

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

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

Ikving Grammar School. — Corner of Market and Twelfth 
streets, in High School building. J. B. McChesney, Prin- 
cipal. Miss Jennie Walbridge, Miss Sara Boniface, Miss 
Georgia Persing, Miss Mattie Call, Mrs. H. B. Shorkley, 
Mrs. H. C. Lee, Miss Henrietta Sumner, Miss H. Simpson, 
Miss Annie L. Gray, Miss Viola Strawbridge, Mrs. W. H. 
Cubery and Mrs. Catherine Tarbox, Assistants. 



28 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Lincoln Grammar School. — Corner of Tenth and Alice 
streets. T. O. Crawford, Principal. Mrs. M. L. Hoyt, 
Miss Georgia Smith, Miss Mary Clow, Miss S. J. Wythe, 
Miss Ella Whelan, Miss Annie P. Meek and Mrs. P. A. 
Parker, Assistants. 

Lafayette Primary School. — Corner of Twelfth and Jef- 
ferson streets. Miss A. F. Aldrich, Principal. Mrs. K. A. 
Campbell, Miss Julia E. Sherman, Miss P. E. Allen, Mrs. 
E. W. Anderson, Miss Ella Myrick, Miss Louisa Allen, Mrs. 
M. S. P. Robinson and Mrs. M. E. Pelham, Assistants. 

Franklin Grammar School. — Tenth avenue between East 
Fifteenth and East Sixteenth streets. J. H. Sumner, Prin- 
cipal. Mrs. E. Pi. Tucker, Mrs. L. E. Bentley, Miss L. E. 
White, Miss L. J. Watson, Miss L. Kinkade, Miss C. M. 
Ellis and Miss E. S. Elliot, Assistants. 

Durant School. — Corner of Grove and Twenty-eighth 
streets. C. W. Otis, Principal. Mrs. Pi. Pi. Johnston, Miss 
M. Emma Hand, Miss Ella Pinkham, Miss Addie Walton, 
Miss Amelia Clow, Miss M. T. Kimball, Miss Julia E. Mer- 
ritt and Miss E. Powell, Assistants. 

Grove Street Primary School. — Grove between Fourth 
and Fifth streets. Mrs. N. D. Standeford, Principal. Miss 
Clara Hawley, Miss Jennie Nesbitt and Miss M. A. O'Neil, 

Assistants. 

Harrison Street Primary School. — Corner of Sixth and 
Harrison streets. Miss Ada Hamilton, Principal. Miss A. 
M. Quince and Mrs. Mary Bradford, Assistants. 

Prescott Grammar School. — Corner of Campbell and 
Taylor streets. James Stratton, Principal. Miss O. Wet- 
more, 'Miss Sallie Germain, Miss E. A. Stevens, Mrs. M. V. 
Kingman, Miss Mary Conners, Mrs. E. P. Rann, Mrs. E. 
G. Hunt, Miss E. B. Myrick, Miss Alice B. Ward, Miss L. 
Graffleman, Miss Nellie Cook, Mrs. C. W. Tarbox and Mrs. 
L. Walker, Assistants. 

Swett School. — Corner East Twentieth street and Twelfth 
avenue, East Oakland. Miss M. S. Kimball, Principal. 
Miss F. C. Sutherland, Miss Lizzie Sargent and Miss S. F. 
Bonney, Assistants. 

Court House. — Miss S. J. Shuey. 



EDUCATIONAL. 29 



SPECIAL TEACHERS. 



Professor T. Sohlke, Teacher of German. 

Mrs. A. W. Broclt, principal Teacher of Drawing; Miss 
Lizzie Mann, assistant. 

H. J. Todd, principal Teacher of Music; Miss E. P. 
Brown, assistant. 

Miss A. E. Deitrick, Teacher of Penmanship. 

P. E. Bornand, Teacher of Latin and French. 

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 and steam railroad 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 throughout the year, and made to 
blossom as the rose. The lower portion of the grounds is 
flat and moist f throughout the year, 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 Mt. Diablo range, 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 38,000 gallons 
capacity, situated at the foot of Strawberry Canyon, and at 
an elevation of 205 feet above the basement of the south 
college. It will carry water entirely over any building con- 
templated. 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 



30 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

thin soil of decomposed shale rock, etc. It would be diffi- 
cult to find within so small an area as the University site a 
spot with so many varieties and capabilities in the way of 
soils, irrigation and exposure. The view, too, is magnifi- 
cent. Facing the Golden Gate, the eye takes in the whole 
peninsula at a sweep, with its great mart of commerce, its 
shipping, and the bold yet lovely islands that deck the bay, 
while to the eastward the towering hills afford a fine back- 
ground 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 eztablish- 
ment of an Agricultural College in California. Nothing 
could be more pertinent or proper than making the Agricul- 
tural College a part and portion of the University, and it 
was done. 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 buildings 
were occupied, though not fully completed, at the commence- 
ment 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 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 assem- 
bly room is forty -three by fifty-eight feet, and the philosoph- 
ical lecture room thirty-six by fifty-eight feet. The cost was 
$357,000. 

The institution embraces seven distinct colleges, as fol- 
lows : Scientific, Agriculture, Mechanics, Engineering, 
Chemistry, Mining and Medicine. 

In the College of Letters the Degree conferred is that of 



EDUCATIONAL. 31 



A. B. ; in the College of Science, Bachelor of Philosophy, 
and in the College of Medicine, M. D. 

College of Agriculture. — Instruction is given by experi- 
mental 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, "Phvsics 
and Theoretical Mechanics. But the chief object will be to 
teach Applied or Industrial Mechanics ; to show how the 
forces of nature are employed for industrial purposes ; and 
to discuss the nature of the different constructions or ma- 
chines contrived by human ingenuity. Special attention is 
given to Industrial Drawing, with view to thorough educa- 
tion in the principles of construction of machinery. 

College of Mixing. — In this college are given courses of 
lectures pn Chemistry, Metallurgy, Geology, Mineralogy 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 in Physics, Geology, Zoology, and 
in certain literary branches, including Modern Languages, 
History and Political Economy. 

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. 

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'27, 
Juniors 39, Sophomores 103, Freshmen 98, and other stu- 
dents in special courses 25. 

College of Medicine.— Is held at Toland Hall, in San 



32 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Francisco, and affords ample opportunities for acquiring the 
highest degree of excellence in the theories of the profes- 
sion. 

REGENTS. 

EX-OFFIOIO REGENTS. 

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

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

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

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

R. S. Cary, 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, President of the University. 

APPOINTED REGENTS. 

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

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






EDUCATIONAL. 33 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 

President of the University — John Le Conte. Address, 
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, Berkeley. 

Assistant Secretary and Land Agent — 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., President and Professor of Physics. 

William Ashburner, Honorary Professor of Mining. 

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

George Davidson, A. M., Honorary Professor of Geodesy 
and Astronomy. 

Stephen J. Field, LL. D., Honorary Professor of Law. 

Frederick G. Hesse, Professor of Industrial Mechanics. 

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

Martin Kellogg, A. M., Dean, and Professor of Latin Lan- 
guage and Literature. 

Joseph Le Conte, M. D., Professor of Geology and Nat- 
ural History. 

Bernard Moses, Ph. D., Professor of History and Political 
Economy. 

Paul Pioda, Professor of Modern Languages. 

Willard B. Rising, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry. 

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

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

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

George F. Becker, A. B., Ph. D., Instructor in Mining 
and Metallurgy. 

John W. Bice, Instructor in Engineering. 

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. 



34 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Leander L. Hawkins, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathematics 
and Surveying (Field Practice). 

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

A Wendell Jackson, Ph. B., Instructor in Mineralogy. 

Henry B. Jones, Assistant Instructor in German. 

Win. Carey Jones, A. B., Recorder of the Faculty. 

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

James M. Phillips, A. B., Instructor in Hebrew, Chaldaic 
and Syriac. 

Albin Putzker, Instructor in German. 

Joseph C. Powell, A. B., Librarian. 

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

F. Slate, Jr., S. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 
John M. Stillman, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 
Frank S. Sutton, Ph. B., Assistant in Agricultural Chem- 
istry. 

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

J. Ham Harris, Assistant Secretary. 
John Ellis, Gardener. 
Abel Whitton, Manager University Press. 
Charles Butters, Telegraphic Operator. 

GRADUATE ASSISTANTS. 

Frederick L.. Button, Mathematics. 
J. B. Clarke, Mathematics. 
David Cumming, Ph. B., Mathematics. 
Benjamin P. Wall, Ph. B., English. 

STUDENT ASSISTANT. 

August Harding, Chemistry. 

JANITORS. 

John Scannell, North Hall. 
John Hart, South Hall. 

Classical and English School. 

George Frederic Degen, A. M., Principal; F. Paget, A. 
M., Instructor in Modern Languages. 

This School has been removed to extensive and convenient 
rooms, at 1420 San Pablo avenue. 

The special aim of the School is to prepare students for 
the University; but younger pupils will also be received and 
carefully trained in a Primary or Grammar School course. 






EDUCATIONAL. 35 



The system of instruction pursued is based upon careful 
explanation of principles, frequent reviews, and steady and 
persistent drill. It is believed that by this system the pupil 
will make, in the end, more rapid progress, and with more 
lasting results. 

The particular attention of parents is called to the monthly 
reports, which are detailed statements of each student's de- 
portment and progress in studies. The Principal is always 
happy to confer with parents in regard to their sons, that he 
may successfully co-operate with them in forming in the latter 
a high standard of both scholarship and manhood. 

This School was established by Kirk W. Brier. The pres- 
ent principal received a most thorough education at Howard 
University, and is considered a most successful instructor. 

This School is deservedly popular. A large number of 
youths are annually fitted for the University at this educational 
establishment. 

California Military Academy. 

Rev. David McClure, Principal. 

Located on east side of Telegraph avenue near Prospect 
avenue. The military system of drilling and discipline has 
been adopted to secure physical culture, promptness, presence 
of mind and its attendant results. 

Golden Gate Academy. 

Located on Academy Hill near Telegraph avenue. This 
institution receives students of both sexes, either as boarders 
or day scholars. J. N. Haskins, Principal. 

Mills Seminary. 

Located at the foot of the San Pablo Eange, five miles 
from Oakland. An institution devoted to the education of 
young ladies. Rev. C. T. Mills, Principal. 

St. Joseph's Academy. 

Fifth, between Madison and Jackson streets. Under 
charge of Brother Hosea. This is an admirably conducted 
school, devoted to the education of boys. The premises are 
commodious, and a large number of our youth are receiving 
a thorough practical education there. Pupils are received 
either for day instruction or as boarders. It is deservedly 
popular, being under the management of the most careful 
and efficient instructors. 



36 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. 

Located near the head of Lake Merritt on Webster street. 
A boarding school for young ladies. Under the patronage 
of the Most Rev. M. King, Pastor of Oakland. 

Pacific Theological Seminary. 

Located on Academy Hill. Rev. J. A. Benton, D. D., 
Professor of Sacred Literature. Rev. George Mooar, Pro- 
fessor of Theology. 

St. Mary's Academy. 

North side of Eighth, between Jefferson and Grove streets. 
Under charge of the Sisters. 

St. Mary's Free School. 

Seventh street near Jefferson. Under charge of the 
Sisters. 

Home School for Young Ladies. 

Miss H. A. Field, Principal, 523 Hobart street. 

State Deaf and Dumb, and Blind Asylum. 

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 insures the purest of air. Altogether, a better 
location could not have been chosen. On the 17th of Janu- 
ary, 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. Plans for permanent buildings have been 
made and are now being carried out. They provide for a series 
of structures including '* Homes," a central refectory, school 
house, etc., all of which, when completed, will accommodate 
two hundred and fifty pupils. The buildings are of the most 
substantial character, having concrete and stone foundations, 
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brick superstructure, walls lined with hollow brick, slate 
roofs, all partitions of brick, and stone stair-cases through- 
out. Every arrangement to secure health and comfort has 
been made, while the system of segregation adopted will be 
not only a safeguard against fire, but do away with many evils 
connected with the herding of large numbers under one roof. 

The course of studies pursued at this Institute is very 
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 sustianed 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, J. A. Stanly, E. J. Crane, Oakland; H. H. Haight, 
Alameda, and D. D. Shattuck, San Francisco. Warring 
Wilkinson, Principal. H. A. Palmer, Secretary and Treas- 
urer. 

A committee of ladies, consisting of Mrs. Mary E. Bray- 
ton, Mrs. E. Green, Mrs. A. G. Gurnett, Mrs. Harriet A. 
Warring, Mrs. James A. Folger and Mrs. L. H. Cary visit 
the institution regularly and look into the domestic arrange- 
ments. 

Instructors in the Deaf and Dumb Department: George 
B. Goodall, F. P. Fowler, Henry Frank and T. D'Estrella. 

Instructors in the Blind Department: Charles T. Wilkin- 
son, George B. Goodall and Mrs. A. B. Goodall. 



CHURCHES. 



First Baptist Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Fourteenth and Brush streets. 
Bev. B. S. McLafferty, pastor. Pastoral residence. 807 
Brush street. Hours of service, at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. 
Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. This Society possesses an 
elegant and imposing church edifice, constructed of wood, 
and is free from debt. 



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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 Nine- 
teenth street. Hours of service at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 12 M. Chinese Sunday School at 3 p. m. 

First Congregational Church. 

Location, east side Washington between Tenth and Eleventh 
streets. Rev. J. K. McLean, Pastor. Pastoral residence, 
1008 Washington street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 P. M. 
Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. The Sabbath School numbers 
over three hundred scholars. 

Second Congregational Church. 

Location, north side Chase near Willow- Pastorate vacant. 
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 12:15 
p. m. 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 and Elm avenues. The 
pulpit is supplied by Professors Benton and Mooar, of the 
Theological Seminary. Services at 11 A. M. and 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 Akerly, D. D., Rector. Residence, southwest cor- 
ner Sixteenth and Adeline streets. Daily service at 10 A. M. 
Sunday at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 
A. m., and Mission Sunday School 707 Broadway at 2 p. m. 
The church has over two hundred communicants and a flour- 
ishing Sabbath School. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

Location, Twelfth street between Webster and Franklin. 
Rev. J. Lewis Parks, Rector. Residence, 1513 Telegraph 
avenue. Services at 11 A. M. and 7 :30 p. M. Sunday School 
at 9:30 a. m. The value of the Church property is in excess 
of $20,000. 



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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 street. Services at 11 
A. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. 

St. John Mission (Episcopal) Temescal. 

Rev. Benjamin Akerly, D. D., Rector. Services at 3 P. m., 
also Sunday School. 

The Bishop Berkeley Mission (Episcopal). 

Organized February 14, 1877. Location, east side of 
Chapel near Bancroft way. Rev. J. T. Wheat, D. D., Rec- 
tor. Services at 11 a. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Ser- 
vices ou Fridays at 4 p. M. Average Sunday attendance 60. 

German Evangelical Lutheran Church. 

Services at Odd Fellow's Hall, corner of Eleventh and 
Franklin streets, at 11 A. M. Rev. William Buehren, Pastor. 
Pastoral residence, west side Eighth avenue between East 
Seventeenth and East Eighteenth streets. 

Evangelical Association. 

Services are held at the Academy of Music, Sixth street 
near Broadway at 11 A. M. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Rev. 
John G. Marquardt, Pastor. Pastoral residence, north side 
Thirteenth street near Campbell. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location/southwest corner of Fourteenth and Clay streets. 
Rev. Robert Bently, Pastor. Pastoral residence, corner of 
Eighteenth and Jefferson streets. Services at 11 A. m. and 
7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. A church edifice 
costing $35,000 has recently been completed. 

Centennial Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Campbell street between Eighth and Taylor. 
Rev. J. H. Wythe jr., Pastor. Pastoral residence, west side 
West street between Ninth and Tenth. Services at 11 A. M. 
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 



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German Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Seventeenth street between San Pablo and Tele- 
graph avenues. Rev. H. Brueck, Pastor. Pastoral resi- 
dence northwest corner of Twentieth and Brush streets. 
Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9 

A. M. 

Brooklyn Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner of Seventh avenue and East Fifteenth 
street. Bev. B. E. Edgell, Pastor. Services at 11 A. M. and 
7 P. M. Class Meeting 12:30 p. m. Sunday School 2 P. m. 
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays at 7:30 p. M. 

African Methodist Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Seventh and Market streets. 
Pastorate vacant. 

First Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner of Fourteenth and Franklin streets. 
Rev. James Eells, Pastor. Residence, Peralta House, Tem- 
escal. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 
at 9:30 a. m. The church building and furniture is valued 
at over $80,000. 

First Presbyterian Church of East Oakland. 

Location, northeast corner of East Fourteenth street and 
Fifteenth avenue. Rev. W. H. Dean, Pastor. Pastoral res- 
idence, 749 East Fourteenth street. Services at 11 A. m. and 
7 p.m. Sunday School at 12:30 P. m. Chinese Sunday 
School at 5 p. m. 

Independent Presbyterian Church. 

Location, corner of Thirteenth and Jefferson streets. L. 
Hamilton, Pastor. 
Services at 11 a. m. 



Pastoral residence, 1165 Jackson street. 
Sunday School at 12 A. m. 



First Congregational Church, Berkeley. 

Location, east side Humboldt avenue near D wight way. 
Rev. E. B. Payne, Pastor. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception (R. C.) 

Location, west side of Jefferson street between Seventh 
and Eighth. Rev. Michael King, Pastor; Rev. Hugh Lagan, 



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Asisstant. Mass on Sundays at 6 :30, 7 :45, 10 :30 and 9 a. m. 
for the children; 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 500. Members of parish 5,000. Seating 
capacity of church, 1,300; average morning attendance 3,000. 

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

Location, east side of East Fifteenth street near Sixteenth 
avenue. Rev. William Gleeson, Pastor; Rev. John McNally, 
Assistant. Mass at 10:45 a. m. on Sundays and at 7 a. m. on 
week days. Vespers on Sundays at 7:30 P. m. Sunday 
School at 2 p. M. 

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. 

Location, east side of Evoy avenue between Grove and 
West streets. Rev. Lawrence Serda, Pastor. Mass on Sun- 
days at 9:30 A. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. M. Sunday School 
after Mass. 

Seventh Day Adventists Church. 

Location, corner of Thirteenth and Clay streets. J. N. 
Loughborough, Pastor. Services on Sabbath (Saturday) at 
10:30 a. m. and Sunday at 7:30 P. M. Sabbath School at 9 
a. M. ; number of scholars, 65. Members of Church, 67. 
The church building and lot cost $13,500. Trustees: E. R. 
Gillett, D. B. Rickey, J. I. Tay, George S. Manuel and G. 
A. Baker. 

Church of Christ. 

Odd Fellow's Hall, corner of Eleventh and Franklin. Ser- 
vices on Sunday at 1 P. M. 

First Hebrew Congregation of Oakland. 

This Congregation intend to build a church on the south 
side of Fourteenth street between Franklin and Webster; 
they meet at present at Masonic Hall. Rabbi, vacant; J. 
Letter, President; I. Alexander, Vice-President; Jacob Loe- 
benstein, Secretary; Nathan Rosenberg, Treasurer; F. R. 
Melius, Moses Rosenberg and Jacob Harris, Trustees. 



CEMETERY. 



Mountain View. — Webster near Piedmont. 



42 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Masonic. 

Knights' Templar. — Oakland Commandery No. 11. — 
Stated Assembly on the first Tuesday of each month in 
Broadway Block. R. C. Gaskill, Eminent Comman- 
der; A. S. Hubbard, Generallissimo ; Andrew Byder, 
Captain General; O. C. Wheeler, Prelate; W. F. Fletcher, 
Senior Warden; A. Liliencrantz, Junior Warden; J. M. 
Miner, Treasurer; Frank W. dishing, Becorder; C. E. Gil- 
lett, Standard Bearer; F. X. Z. Marchand, Sword Bearer; 
Solomon Lathrop, Warden; James Dodds, Captain of the 
Guard; B. J. Van Voorhies, J. E. Benton and Wm. Wilson, 
Guards. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 61, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the first Friday evening of each month at 
Masonic Hall, south-west corner Broadway and Eighth. 
Membership, 130. James Todd Gardiner, W. M. ; John C. 
Marsh, S. W.; John Baglan Glascock, J. W. ; Samuel 
Hirshberg, Treasurer; James Lentell, Secretary; George 

E. Bennison, S. D.; Geo. E. Farwell, J. D.; Benjamin 
Akerly, Chaplain; John Ross, Tyler. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 188, F. F. and A. M. — Stated 
meetings on the first Saturday of every month at Hall in 
Broadway block, between Eleventh and Twelfth. Member- 
ship, 200. Jesse Walton, W. M.; N. B. Hoyt, S. W.; J. 

F. O'Beirne, J. W.; C. B. Rutherford, Treasurer; J. E. 
Ingols, Secretary; L. Hamilton, Chaplain; W. A. Walter, 
Marshall; A. K. Clark, Senor Deacon; A. S. Baker, Junior 
Deacon; J. Black andE. Child, Stewards; Jas. Dods, Tyler. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 225, F. F. and A. M. — Stated 
meetings on the first Monday of each month; called meet- 
ings every Tuesday evening at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, on 
the east side of Twelfth, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
avenues, East Oakland. Present membership, 32. J. W. 
Phillips, W. M.; B. M. Atchison, S. W.; I. M. Walker, J. 
W. ; J. J. Newsom, Treasurer. J. H. Sumner, Secretary; 
J. V. Webster, Senior Deacon; J. Hunt, Junior Deacon; 
J. A. Webster, Marshall; E. E. Davies and Wm. Kennedy, 
Stewards; W. D. Thomas, Tyler. 

Alcatraz Lodge, U. D. — Stated meetings are held every 
Monday at Masonic Hall, corner Seventh and Willow, West 



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Oakland. Membership, 40. C. H. Keclington, W. M.; 
S. E. Burroughs, "S. W.; E. T. Taylor, J. W.; C. H. F. 
Braun, Treasurer; J. Hollywood, Secretary; G. W. Gilbert, 
S. D; D. B. Oakes, J. D.; J. L. Gerish, Tyler. 

Oakland Chapter, No. 26, B. A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the first and third Thursday evenings of each 
month at hall of Live Oak Lodge. T. P. Wales, High 
Priest; Benjamin Akerly, King; J. E. Whitcher, Scribe; 
John C. Irwin, Koyal Arch Captain; W. B. Clayton, 
Captain of the Host; Wm, Van Voorhies, Principal So- 
journer; P. J. Cunningham, Master Third Vail; S. Newsom, 
Master Second Vail; F. H. Brooks, Master First Vail; S. 
Hirshberg, Treasurer; James Lentell, 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, be- 
tween Eleventh and Twelfth. W. A. Walter, High Priest; 
A. W. Collins, King; F. W. Gushing, Scribe; Jessie Wal- 
ton, Captain of the Host; J. J. Porter, Principal Sojourner: 
E. E. Potter, Royal Arch Captain; E. D. Farrington, Mas- 
ter Third Vail; William Graham, Master Second Vail; 
Joseph F. O'Beirne, Master First Vail; J. E. Ingols, Secre- 
tary; C. H. F. Braun, Treasurer: James Dods, Guard. 

Adoptive Masonry, the Order of the Eastern Star. 

Oak Leaf Chapter, No. 8. — Meets at Masonic Hall, cor- 
ner Eighth and Broadway, on the second and fourth Tues- 
days of each month. Rollin C. Gaskill, Worthy Patron; 
Mrs. C. C. Walter, Worthy Matron; Mrs. Mary E. Part- 
ridge, Associate Matron; Rieka Hirshberg, Treasurer; Mrs. 
Ellen M. Bishop, Secretary; Miss Julia Spencer, Conduc- 
tress; Miss Clara J. Cushing, Associate Conductress; Miss 
Dora Hirshberg, Warder; Miss Agnes Bankhead, Adah; 
Mrs. Lucia Loring, Ruth; Mrs. May McGuire, Esther; Miss 
Mercedes Murray, Martha; Mrs. Francis E. Ryder, Electa; 
W. A. Walter, Sentinel. 

Centennial Chapter, No. 24. — Meet on the second and 
fourth Saturdays of every month at Masonic Hall, West 
Oakland. Present membership, 40. Mrs. F. T. Houghton, 
M.; W. S. Snook, P.; Mrs. W. S. Snook, A. M.; Mrs: F. 
L. Pearce, C; Mrs. H. D. Underwood, A. C; Mrs. T. 
Beretta, T.; J. M. Maguire, Secretary; Mrs. N. Giamboni, 



44 • OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Adah; Mrs. A. G. Anthony, Ruth; Miss L. Striker, Esther; 
Miss Jennie Striker, Martha; Mrs. L. Hufschmidt, Electa; 
Mrs. Hawkett, W. 

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 Odd Fellows' societies 
meet at this hall ; the Library also occupies a portion of the 
second floor, looking out on Franklin street. 

Orion Lodge, of East Oakland, has erected a comfortable 
hall corner East Twelfth street and Eleventh avenue. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 118. — Meets every Tuesday evening. 
The present membership is 251. A. K. Russell, N. G. ; C. 
H. Twombley, V. G.; C. W. Baker, Recording Secretary; 
W. E. Grinnell, Financial Secretary; Peter Baker, Treasurer. 

University Lodge, No. 144. — Meets every Thursday eve- 
ning. Present membeaship 175. A. D. Thomson, N. G.; 
D. E. Bortree, V. G. ; J. E. Crane, Recording Secretary; 
S. F. Daniels, Permanent Secretary; J. R. Capell, Treasurer. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 198. — Meets every Monday evening. 
Present membership 145. Wm. Chamberlain, N. G. ; N. B. 
Hoyt, Y. G.; O. E. Roberts, Recording Secretary; E. M. 
Railton, Permanent Secretary; David Shakespear, Treasurer. 

Orion Lodge, No. 189. — Meets every Saturday evening 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Twelfth street, East Oakland. 
Present membership 95. TV". T. Noyes, N. G.; Samuel 
Collins, V. G.; Hubert Kingsbury, Recording Secretary; 
Geo. Chase, Treasurer. 

Harbor Lodge, No. 253. — Meets every "Wednesday even- 
ing at Masonic Hall, West Oakland. Membership, 50. H. 
D. Underwood, N. G. ; W. H. Cowan, V. G. ; J. M. Young, 
Recording Secretary; W. H. Wilkinson, Permanent Secre- 
tary; W. A. Hughes, Treasurer; Dr. A. G. Anthony, Medi- 
cal Examiner. 

Golden Rule Encampment. — Meets on the first and third 
Friday evenings of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Membership, 150. Wm. Clayton, Chief Patron; N. B. Hoyt, 
High Priest; W. P. Pinkham, Senior Warden; James E. 
Ingols, Scribe; David Shakespear, Treasurer. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 45 



Alameda Degree Lodge, No. 5. — Meets on the second 
and fourth Friday evenings of each month. Membership, 
300. E. G. Jones, Degree Master; A. D. Thomson, Deputy 
Degree Master; Edward C. Robinson, Secretary; W. S. 
Dryden, Treasurer. 

Oakland Rebekah Degeee Lodge, No. 16. — Meets every 
Wednesday evening. Membership, 78. H. P. Graves, N. 
G.; Mrs. R. Ayers, V. G. ; Mrs. A. S. Bradford, Secretary; 
Mrs. O. E. Roberts, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 12. — Meets every 
first and third Mondays of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 
East Twelfth street, East Oakland. Membership, 50. J. 
W. Watson, N. G.; Mrs. Mandana Chase, V. G.; Mrs. M. 
J. Hamilton, Rec. Sec; Mrs. Anna Liese, Perm. Sec; Mrs. 
Hattie R. Noyes, Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association. — Meets on the last 
Monday evening of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. G. 
H. Fogg, President; David Shakespear, Secretary. 

Odd Fellows' Libraries. — Second floor Odd Fellows 
Hall. P. J. Ipsen, Librarian, and Odd Fellows' Hall, East 
Oakland. See Libraries. 

Odd Fellows' Relief Committee. — Meetings are held 
every Sunday morning, at ten o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hail, 
corner Eleventh and Franklin streets. Wm. Chamberlain, 
President; Jesse Walton, Secretary; E. K. Russell, Treas- 
urer. 

United Ancient Order of Druids. 

Oakland Grove, No. 24. — Meets at Hall of Live Oak 
Masonic Lodge every Wednesday evening. Membership, 65. 
Wm. Sagehorn, N. A.; T. F. Munts, V. A.; Daniel Sies- 
buttel, Secretary; Frederick Schaffner, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Grove, No. 30. — Meets at Schimmelpfennig's 
Hall, East Oakland, every Tuesday evening. Membership, 
29. X. Olanie, N. A.; G. W. French, V. A.; Geo. Tiche- 
nor, Secretary; F. Schimmelpfennig, Treasurer; F. Brunjes, 
I. G. 

Knights of Pythias. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 17. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening at Pythian Castle, 1109 Broadway. Membership 
about 117. H. E. Momyer. P. C; D. S. Hirshberg, C. 0.; 



46 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

S. Stephenson, V. O.j G. W. Markley, Prelate; G. J. Frey, 
Keeper of Records and Seal; D. B. Bankhead, M. of E.; H. 
A. Holland, M. of F.; M. E. Bankhead, M. at A.; P. L. 
Earheart, I. G.; J. C. Orr, O. G. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 32. — Instituted August 21, 1875. 
Present membership, 78. Meets every Monday evening at 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland. W. H. Hamilton, 
P. C; George Lewis, jr., P. C; D. B. Bankhead, District 
Deputy G. C; A. W. Cutler, C. C; Joseph Anderson, V. 
C; M. W. Fish, Prelate; George Lewis, jr., Keeper of Re- 
cords and Seal; Frederick Schimmelpfennig, sr., M. of E.; 
V. S. Northey, M. of F.; Joseph Golden, M. at A.; J. W. 
Glaze, I. G.; H. West, O. G. 

Liberty Lodge, No. 35. — Meets every Thursday evening 
at Kohler's Hall, northwest corner Railroad avenue and 
Chester street. Instituted April 1st, 1876. Membership, 
80. George H. Whaley, P. C; E. F. Thayer, C. C; F. 
W. Spiers, V. C; W. T. Bellars, Prelate; A. E. Nightin- 
gale, Keeper of Records and Seal; Geo. Bolser, M. of F.; 
Chas. Eitell, M. of E.; A. Arens, M. at A.; F. Cook, I. G.; 
John Henning, O. G.; Dr. A. G. Anthony, Medical Exam- 
iner. 

Improved Order of Red Men. 

Cherokee Tribe, No. 27. — Meets at the corner of Broad- 
way and Eleventh streets every Friday evening. Present 
number of members, 40. A. H. Anderson, Sachem; A. 
Campbell, Senior Sagamore; D. W. Mervin, Junior Saga- 
more; W. E. King, Chief of Records; W. T. Myles, Treas- 
urer. 

Independent Order of Red Men (exclusively German). 

Alameda Stamm, No. 113. — Meets every Monday evening 
at Pythian Hall, 1109 Broadway. Membership, 85. J. F. 
W. Sohst, D. G. C; Adam Koop, O. Chief; Samuel Hirsh- 
berg, N. Chief; C. Klein, B. Chief; D. Vogt, Treasurer; E. 
Harmon, Secretary. 

Ancient Order Hibernians. 

County Delegate, P. Mullen; General President, S. D. 
Cronin; General Vice-President, M. J. Ryan; A. McGarry, 
Financial Secretary; John Coyle, Recording Secretary; 
Patrick Donohoe, Treasurer. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 47 



Division No. 1. — Meets on the third Thursday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall, Broadway, between Third and 
Fourth. Patrick Murphy, President; John Brazil, Vice- 
President; D. O. Dwyer, Financial Secretary; John O'Bryan, 
Becording Secretary; Eugene Lynch, Treasurer. 

Division No. 2. — Meets on the first Thursday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall. James Keyes, President; P. S. 
McQuaid, Vice-President; C. A. Mulvy, Becording Secre- 
tary, John Fitzsimmons, Financial Secretary; P. Kerney, 
Treasurer. 

Division No. 3. — Meets on the third Thursday of each 
month at Livermore. John Began, President; Martin Burk, 
Vice-President; John Byan, Financial Secretary; Patrick 
Croke, Becording Secretary; John Callahan, Treasurer. 

Independent Order of Good Templars. 

Brooklyn Lodge No. 384. — Meets every Thursday even- 
ing at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Twelfth street, between 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth avenues, East Oakland. Member- 
ship about 64. Joseph Bucklev, P. W. C. T.; T. LeBal- 
lister, W. C. T. ; Sarah Cutler, W. V. T. ; J. Naismith, Secre- 
tary; H. Hale, Financial Secretary; Bica Schimmelpfennig, 
Treasurer; B. Terry, Marshal; A. TVentworth, Chaplain.* 

Athens Lodge, No. 286. — Meets every Saturday evening 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, cor Eleventh and Franklin streets. 
W. L. Cropper, P. TV. C. T.; Alexander Buchanan, W. C. 
T.; Miss Emma C. Peck, W. V. T.; A. H. Clough, Secre- 
tary; Mrs. Gushing, Treasurer; A. Caldwell, Marshal. 

Fountaln Lodge, I. O. G. T.— Meets every Thursday 
evening at Pythian Hall. Present membership, 70. TV. S. 
Drvden, Lodge Deputy; John Harris, P. W. C. T. ; Chas. 
C. Coolidge, TV. C. T.*; Mrs. M. A. Gunn, TV. V. T.; A. H. 
Southwick, W. S.; George. B. Burtchell, TV. F. S.; George 
S. Naismith, W. T. ; Frank Harris, W. M. ; — Harden- 
burgh, Chaplain. 

Ivy Lodge, No. 200. — Meets on Friday evening at Ma- 
sonic Hall, corner Seventh and Willow, West Oakland. 
Membership, 70. This is a new Lodge, having been insti- 
tuted in Januarv, 1876. J. M. McGuire, Lodge Deputy; 
J. F. Frey, P. W. C. T.; L. C. Shrader, TV. C. T.; Mrs. 
Stoddart, W. V. T.; J. Striker, TV. S.. Geo. Brown, TV. F. 
S.; Mrs. A P. Patridge, TV. Treasurer; Gus. A. Otto, TV. 



48 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

M. ; Miss Edith King, W. D. M. ; Miss Leila Garrison, "W. 
I. G.; Miss Kalstrom, W. O. G. 

Clinton Lodge, No. 132. — Instituted May, 1876. Meets 
every Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland. 
Membership, 45. James Kennedy, W. C. T..; Clara 
Thomas, W. V. T. ; Maggie Thomas, W. S.; Kebecca 
Wisker, W. Treasurer; William Thomas, W. M. 

Berkeley Temperance Society. 

40 members. George Dornin, President; W. E. Wool- 
sey, Vice-President; Miss K. Chase, Secretary and Treas- 
urer; Rev. E. B. Payne, Miss Ida D. Benfey, Miss Rosa Liv- 
ingstone, Board of Directors. 

Champions of the Red Cross. 

Oak Grove Encampment, No. 40. — Meets every Monday 
at Masonic Hall, corner Eighth and Broadway. Member- 
ship, 50. W Winny, C; James McCullough, Jr. C; W. S. 
Ruddick, C. of H.; George Prince, Secretary; William 
Smith, Financial Secretary; Mrs. Winny, Treasurer. 

Myrtle Encampment, No. 61. — Meets every Friday at 
Masonic Hall. Membership, 30. James McFee, C.;Mrs. 
M\ Teeple, Jr. C; S. Sanford, C. of H.; — Vincent, Sec- 
retary; — Johnson, Financial Secretary; — Cushing, 
Treasurer. 

Unity Encampment, No. 54. — Meets every Friday at 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland. Membership, 30. 
Warren Coolidge, C; E. W. Burchell, Jr. C; F. Wieder; 
C. of H.; A. H. Clough, Secretary; Mrs. A. A. Cropper, 
Financial Secretary; Mrs. P. M. Brower, Treasurer. 

Independent Order of B'nai B'rith. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 252. — Meets at Masonic Hall, corner 
of Eighth and Broadway, on the second and fourth Sun- 
days of every month. Membership, 25. I. Marcus, Moni- 
tor; D. S. Hirshberg, President; E. Bernstein, Vice-Presi- 
dent; L. Rosenberg, Secretary; M. Rosenberg, Treasurer; 
J. L. Isaacs, Assistant Monitor; H. Jacobs, Warden; M. H. 
Coffe, Guardian. 

Order of Orangemen. 

Lincoln Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 137. — Meets at Nicoll 
Hall every alternate Saturday. Membership 70. George 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 49 

Fulton, W. M.; Frederick Fulton, D. M.; Arthur Edgar, 
Treasurer; William Bell, Secretary; William Fulton, Chap- 
lain; George Forbes, Foreman Committee. 

Herrmann's Soehne. 

California Lodge No. 2.— Meets every Sunday night at 
Pythian Hall, 1109 Broadway. Membership, 90. Moritz 
Berg, President; Henry Sohst, Vice-President; Emil Har- 
mon, Secretary: John M. Schafer, Treasurer. 

United Order of Worltingmen. 

Instituted October 10th, 1876. — Meets every Wednesday 
night at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland. Member- 
ship, 20. M. W. Fish, Past Master Workman; H. G. 
Oliver, Master Workman; V. S. Northey, General Fore- 
man; T. W. LeBallister, Guide; John Glaze, Inside Watch- 
man; Charles Slye, Outside Watchman. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES 



Alameda County Medical Association. — Meets at the 
rooms of the Association, in Wilcox Block, on the first Monday 
evening of each month. Organized October 25, 1869. Incor- 
porated January 9, 1871. Number of active members, 27. 
Honorary members 5. Annual election on the first Monday in 
January. Dr. H. P. Babcock, President; A. H. Agard, 
Vice-President; J. B. Trembly, Secretary; E. W. Buck, 
Treasurer and Librarian. Board of Censors : J. S. Adams, 
E. H. Woolsey and C. Cushing. 

Brooklyn Literary Society. — A society for mutual 
cultivation in elocution and literary excellence. Meets every 
Friday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland. F. L. 
Taylor, President; Thomas Good, Secretary. 

Daughters of Israel Benevolent Society. — Instituted 
March, 1877. Meets on third Wednesday of every month 
at 513 Tenth. Membership, 20. Mrs. J. J. Bettman, Pres- 
ident; Mrs. J. Letter, Vice-President; Mrs. S. Cohen, Sec- 
retary; Mrs. B. Behl, Treasurer; Mrs. A. Cerf, Mrs. S. 
Caro and Mrs. M. Rosenberg, Trustees. 



50 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Germania Hall Association. — J. F. Sohst, President; 
A. Herbst, Vice-President; Otto Meves, Secretary; "Win. 
Hummeltenburg, Treasurer. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society. — Meets on the first Sunday 
evening of each month at the Hall, Broadway, between 
Seventh and Eighth streets. A. Barrett, President; C. 
Cofte, Vice-President; D. S. Hirshberg, Secretary; J. Let- 
ter, Treasurer; I. Alexander, L. Greenebaum and S. Hirsh- 
berg, Trustees. 

Oakland Benevolent Society. — Meets monthly, on the 
second Tuesday, at rooms of the Association, 464 Tenth 
street. The object of the Association is to afford relief to 
the worthy, whom adverse circumstances have rendered tem- 
porarily needy, during six months ending 1st of March re- 
lief has been granted in 1,130 cases, during the same time 
about $750 were received and expended, and about $1,500 
worth of clothing were distributed. G. W. Armes, Presi- 
dent; F. S. Page, Treasurer; H. B. Sears, Secretary and 
Manager; A. I. Gladding, E. P. Sanford and J. L. Barker, 
Trustees. 

Oakland Harmonic Society. — Meets at the chapel of the 

First Congregational Church on Tuesday evenings. , 

President; C. E. Wilson, Vice-President; Wilber Walker, 
Secretary; John T. Coe, Treasurer; John P. Morgan, Musi- 
cal Conductor; H. P. Garthwaite, Librarian. 

Oakland Heal Estate and Merchants Exchange. — 
This Association has a fine room, 911 Washington street. 
E. G. Mathews, President; E. W. Woodward, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Luke Doe, Treasurer; E. P. Casterline, Secretary. 

Oakland Turnverein — Hall, on Ninth street, between Wash- 
ington 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 
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: Otto Meves, President; H. 
Heyer, Vice-President; Henry Beyer, Secretary; C. Bock, 
Treasurer; A. Heinze, First Leader; Wm. Meves, Second 
Leader; John Haller, Steward and Librarian. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society. — Meets on the third 
Sunday of each month at the corner of Eighth and Jefferson 



MILITARY BANKS. 51 



streets. Stephen Cronin, President; Owen Lafferty, Vice- 
President; T. J. Murphy, Secretary; M. J. Ryan, Treasurer. 
Membership, 75. 

Union Club. — Incorporated February 1st, 1877.'"- Rooms 
southwest corner of Twelfth and Broadway. A. C. Henry, 
President; W. E. Greene, Secretary; A. W. Gates, Grant I. 
Taggart, F. M. Farwell and J. F. W. Sohst, Directors. 



MILITARY. 



Oakland Guard — Unattached. Belonging to Second 
Brigade, N. G. C. Armory, on Thirteenth between Broad- 
way and Franklin streets. Weekly drill, every Thursday 
evening. H. D. Ranlett, Captain ; Henry Maloon, First 
Lieutenant; J. B. O. Sarpy, Second Lieutenant; Levi S. 
Bixby, Orderly Sergeant. Membership, 86. 

Oakland Amateur Rifle Association — Instituted April 
18th, 1876. Meet at 672 Eleventh street. Number of mem- 
bers, 20. This society was formed of amateurs who have 
been enabled by practice to compete with the best marks- 
men in the State. E. H. Pardee, President; E. J. Webster, 
Secretary ; Sheldon I. Kellogg, Jr., Vice-President and 
Treasurer. 



BANKS. 



First National Gold Bank of Oakland. 

No. 969 Broadway. V. D. Moody, President; I. W. Knox, 
Vice-President; G.M.Fisher, Cashier. Authorized capital, 
$1,000,000. Paid up capital, $100,000. Deposits Decem- 
ber 31, 1876, $131,000. Outstanding loans, December 31, 
1876, $153,000. 

Union National Gold Bank. 

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

Oakland Bank of Savings. 

Northeast corner Twelfth and Broadway. E. C. Sessions, 
President ; W. W. Camron, Vice-President ; Chas. Roberts, 



52 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Cashier. Authorized capital, $1,000,000. Depositors De- 
cember 31, 1876, 1,140. Deposits, $1,077,747.87. Earnings 
for six montns, $76,595.04. Dividends, $49,337.45. 

Union Savings Bank. 

Southeast corner of Broadway and Ninth. J. West Martin, 
President ; H. A. Palmer, Vice-President and Treasurer. 
Loans Dec. 31, 1876, $1,443,658.07. Deposits, $1,101,940.46. 
Capital and reserved fund, $516,997.49. 



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. 
Members 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 three hundred volumes, which are drawn out 
at the rate of fifteen thousand annually. Officers: J. B. Mc- 
Chesney, President ; C. W. Kellogg, Vice-President ; Miss 
M. E. Benton, Secretary; H. P. Garthwaite, Treasurer; Miss 
Ina D. Coolbrith, Librarian. Directors: E. P. Flint, J. R. 
Glascock, Mrs. Charles Bugbee, J. P. Moore, F. M. Camp- 
bell, George W. Armes, O. H. Burnham, W. W. Crane and 
L. G. Cole. The rooms are open daily from 10 a. m. to 
9 P. M. 

Odd Fellows' Library. 

Second'floor of Odd Fellows' Hall Building, corner Frank- 
lin and Eleventh streets. The present number of volumes 
in the library is a little over 3,200 ; several hundred volumes 
have recently been added to the collection. During 1876, 
10,803 volumes were taken out for perusal. The library is 
sustained by Oakland, University and Fountain Lodges of 
Oakland, and Harbor Lodge, of West Oakland, each Lodge 
contributing fifty cents per quarter for each member of the 
Lodge in good standing. Officers: William D. Harwood, 
President ; George E. Sherman, Vice-President ; G. W. 
Lewis, Secretary; W. S. Dry den, Corresponding Secretary; 
George E. Bugbee, Treasurer; P. J. Ipsen, Librarian. 



LIBRARIES. 53 



Odd Fellows' Library, East Oakland. 

Odd Fellows' Hall. Number of volumes between four 
and five hundred. Library is sustained by Orion Lodge of 
East Oakland. W. H. Hamilton, President; F. M. W. 
Fish, Secretary; S. S. Howell, Treasurer; George F.Elliott, 
Librarian. 

Union Reading Rooms of Oakland. 

Corner of Washington and Eleventh streets. This asso- 
ciation has been formed to provide a free reading room to 
the public. Here will be found newspapers and periodicals 
aggregating over one hundred in number. Henry Vrooman, 
President; W. H. Jordan and Mrs. 0. "Webb Howard, Vice- 
Presidents; J. K. Porter, Secretary; Mrs. J. I. Spear, Treas- 
urer. Directors: L. L. Alexander, Mrs. C. H. Chamberlain, 
Mrs. C. M. Shepard, Mrs. Joseph McGilvery, Mrs. C. L. 
Pierson, Mrs. E. J. Grayson, Dr. Dio Lewis, G. W. Armes, 
A. I. Gladding, Josiah Lusk, A. W. Swett, A. T. Dewey 
and E. W. Playter. 



THE PRESS. 



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

Transcript (Daily morning paper), 911 Broadway. Pub- 
lished by Powers & Chamberlain. Yearly subscription $7; 
weekly, by carrier, 15 cents. 

Tribune (Daily evening paper), 911 Broadway. Pub- 
lished by Tribune Publishing Company. Yearly subscrip- 
tion $6; delivered at 15 cents per week. 

Evening Democrat (Daily evening), 474 Twelfth. Pub- 
lished by John Wanless. Subscription price $7 per year; 
weekly, by carrier, 15 cents. 

Once-a-Week (Weekly), 461 Ninth. Published by John 
F. Uhlhorn ; Calvin B. MacDonald, Editor. Subscription 
price $2.50 per year. 



54 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

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

Oakland Journal (German semi-weekly). Published by 
the Journal Company, 866 Broadway. 

Brooklyn Vidette (Weekly). Issued every Friday. Office 
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, Seventh street, near Pine, West Oakland. 

Signs of the Times. 1059 Castro. Elder James White, 
Editor. Published weekly by the Pacific Press. Subcrip- 
tion price $2.00 per year. 

Keal Estate Advance (bi-weekly), 911 Washington. 
E. P. Casterline, Editor. Subscription price $2.50 per 
year. 

Legal Tender (Weekly), 461 Ninth. Published and 
edited by A. E. Redstone. Subscription price $2.00 per 
year. 

The Berkeleyan, published semi-monthly by the students 
of the University of California. The editors are elected 
every six months. 

The Besom, published semi-monthly by the Besom Pub- 
lishing Company, composed of students of State University. 

These are both College papers, and are publised in the 
basement of North Hall University, of California. 



THE STREET RAILROAD SYSTEM. 



Oakland Railroad. 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; H. H. Towns, Secretary; I. W. Knox, 
Treasurer. 

San Pablo Railroad. — This road runs from the corner of 
Seventh and Broadway to Oakland Trotting Park. The route 
is on Broadway and San Pablo avenue. The road is two 



STREET RAILROADS. 55 



miles in length. J. S. Emery, President; H. H. Towns, 
Secretary; I. W. Knox, Treasurer. 

Broadway and Piedmont Railroad. — 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 Railroad. — 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 Railroad. — Runs from 
Brooklyn station via Thirteenth avenue and East Fourteenth 
street to High street, where it connects with stages for 
Mills' Seminary. 

Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad. — From 
corner Broadway and Seventh street, up Broadway to Four- 
teenth street, out Fourteenth street and East Fourteenth 
street to Thirteenth avenue. 

Alameda, Oakland and Piedmont Railroad Company. — 
This road runs from Seventh and Broadway to Water, thence 
to Webster, to Alameda. Walter Blair, President; Louis 
Fassking, Superintendent; Fitch, Secretary. 

Berkeley Villa Railroad. — Berryman & Chappellet, 
Proprietors. Runs from terminus N. R. R., Berkeley 
branch, to grounds of Berkeley Villa Association. 

New Street Railroad Grants. 

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

Market Street Railroad. — From the foot of Broadway 
to Second street, down Second to Market, up Market to 
Thirty-sixth or the Charter line. Francise granted to John 
W. Coleman, Jesse Wall and E. C. Sessions. AVork to be 
commenced soon and road completed during the year. 



56 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



MORTUARY REPORT. 



Oakland is, beyond a doubt, the most healthful city on 
the continent. The death rate in 1876 is shown by the 
official reports to be 13.71. The number of deaths in 1876 
was 480, of which 271 were males and 209 females. Of the 
decedents 167 were born in Oakland, 67 in California, out- 
side of Oakland; 131 in the United States outside of Cali- 
fornia, and 115 in foreign countries. 241 deaths were of 
children under 10 years of age. 

There were 614 births, 313 males and 301 females. The 
excess of births over deaths was 134. 

In no other American city is the death rate so small. 



POST OFFICES. 



There are three Post Office within the corporate limits of 
Oakland. 

Oakland Post Office. 

Location, 463 Ninth, near Broadway. 

J. E. Benton, Postmaster; Frank TV. Cushing, Assistant 
Postmaster and Money Order and Register Clerk; Clerks, 
H. D. Eliason, Edward M. Campbell and Webb N. Pearce. 

Office hours, from 8 A. m. to 7 :30 P. M. ; on Sunday, from 
9:30 to 10:30 a. m. Money Order and Register office hours, 
from 9 a. M. to 4:30 p. m. 

ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF MAILS. 

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

Eastern mail closes at 7 :30 A. M. ; San Francisco mail closes 
at 7:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.; Southern mail closes at 
3:30 P. M. ; Martinez mail, by stage, closes at 9 a.m.; arrives 
at 11 a. m. ; San Pablo and West Berkeley mail, by stage, 
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, closes at 2:30 p. m., ar- 
rives at 9 :30 a m. 

Brooklyn Post Office. 

Location corner of East Twelfth street and Thirteenth 
avenue. 

Thomas F. Steere, Postmaster. 



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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 
4:34 P. M. 

Mail departs for San Francisco, by the San Jose train, at 
8:40 a. m. ; for San Francisco, by the overland train, at 4:34 
p. M. Eastern mail, by the overland train, at 8:45 a. m. 

West Oakland Post Office. 

Location, 1792 Seventh street, between Wood and Pine. 
H. Y. Baker, Postmaster. 

Eastern mail arrives 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 :30 P. M. ; 
departs at 9 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. 
Office hours, from 7 A. M. to 8 p. m. 

North Temescal. 

Location Telegraph avenue near Fifty -first street. 
Elias Gill, Postmaster. Office hours, from 7 a. m. to 8 
p. M. 

Berkeley. 

Location, west side Choate near Bancroft Way, S. S. Mer- 
rill, Postmaster. 

West Berkeley. 

Location, southwest corner Delaware and San Pablo 
avenues. James S. Higgins, Postmaster. 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



The original town Bite of Oakland is laid out in blocks three hundred 
feet in length from east to west, and two hundred feet in breadth from north 
to south, streets running at right angles. This portion of the present city 
extends from the water line formed by Lake Merritt and San Antonio Creek 
on the east and south, to Fourteenth street on the north and Market street 
on the west. The territory bounded by Market street on the east and by 
San Francisco Bay on the west, has been laid out in general, though not 
universal conformity to the plan of Oakland proper. North of Fourteenth 
street and west of San Pablo avenue, there is a good degree of regularity ; 
but to the eastward of San Pablo avenue the land has been subdivided 
according to the caprice of the owners of the numerous "tracts" which, 
from time to time, have been placed on the market in the shape of city lots. 
Hence, the streets in this part of the city have little continuity or regularity. 
The great thoroughfares of San Pablo and Telegraph avenues, and Market 
street, tri-sect the city diagonally, giving a triangular form to a large amount 
of real property. East Front street, which is the street lying on the westerly 
shore of Lake Merritt and San Antonio Creek, forms the initial point for 
numbering the houses on streets running westward therefrom, and South 
Front street forms the initial point for all streets running northwardly 
therefrom. 

East Oakland, or Brooklyn, is laid out regularly. The numbering com- 
mences at First avenue, increasing towards the east, and at an imaginary 
extension of South Front street increasing towards the north. Fifty num- 
bers are alloted to each block throughout the entire city, with a few special 
exceptions. The plan is such that the numbers in each tier of blocks are 
identical throughout the city. 



A, W 8 Beach, west to West 
Front, bet Twenty-sixth and 
C. 

Adams Avenue, extension 
of East Fourteenth to San 
Leandro Road. 

Adeline, N s South Front, N 
to San Pablo av, bet Chest- 
nut and Magnolia. 

EAST STREET 

602 First 
702 Third 
802 Fifth 
852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twenty-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
1802 Twenty-sixth 
1902 Twenty-eighth 
2002 Thirtieth 
2102 Thirty-second 
2202 Thirtv-fourth 
2302 Thirty-sixth 
Albion. W s Telegraph av, 
west to Grove, bet Knox and 
Caledonia av. 
Alden (or Twenty-ninth) W s 
Grove to S;m Pablo av, bet 
Wallace and Campbell. 



Alice, N 


s South Fiont bet 


1802 


Pine 


Jackson 


and Harrison, N to 


1852 


Cedar 


Lake Merritt. 


1902 


Bay 


EAST 


STREET 


B, west f m Peralta to North'n 


602 


First 


railway 


track, bet A and C. 


652 


Second 


Bay, N s North Front N to 


702 


Third 


Beach, 


bet Cedar and West 


752 


Fourth 


Front 




802 


Fifth 


EAST 


STREET 


826 


Sixth 


1652 


Twenty-third 


852 


Seventh 


1702 


Twenty-fourth 


902 


Eighth 


1752 


Twenty-fifth 


952 


Ninth 


1802 


Twenty-sixth 


1002 


Tenth 


Bay Place, E s Telegraph 


1052 


Eleventh 


av, bet Laurel and Merrimac 


1102 


Twelfth 


pi. 




1152 


Thirteenth 


Beach, W fm intersection of 


1202 


Fourteenth 


Union and South Front to 


1252 


Fifteenth 


West Front, bet South Front 


1302 


Sixteenth 


and State. 


1352 


Seventeenth 


NORTH 


STREET 


1402 


Eighteenth 


1252 


Union 


Alice Parle, bet Harrison 


1302 


Poplar 


and Alice, N of Fourteenth 


1352 


Kirkham 


Alta, N fm Lake Shore av to 


1402 


Cypress 


Hunt's Tract. 


1452 


Center 


Andover, fm Plymouth av, 


1502 


Chester 


E to Edwards, E of Elm. 


1552 


Henry 


Atlantic W s Peralta, west 


1602 


Lewis 


to West 


Front, bet Third 


1652 


Campbell 


and William. 


1702 


Willow 


NORTH STBEET 


1752 


Wood 


1652 


Campbell 


1802 


Pine 


1702 


Widow 


1852 


Cedar 


1752 


Wood 


1902 


Bay 



STREET GUIDE. 



59 



Beach, 


NW fm Peralta to 


1602 


Twenty-second 


city limits, SW of Halleek 


C, W b Beach W to West Front 


NORTH 


STREET 


Nof A. 




102 


A 


Caledonia Avenue, W s 


202 


B 


Telegraph av W to Grove, 


302 


C 


bet Albion and Campbell. 


402 


D 


Campbell, N s South Front 


Birney, 


bet Telegraph av 


bet Lewis and Willow to 


and Franklin, S of Durant. 


Peralta, 


and bet Peralta and 


Broadw 


ay, N s South Front 


Willow to 28th. 


N to 30th," bet Franklin and 


EAST 


STREET 


Washington, and E of Tele- 


202 


State 


graph av. 


302 


Fulton 


EAST 


STREET 


402 


Pearl 


602 


First 


452 


Eagle 


652 


Second 


502 


Hudson 


702 


Third 


552 


Water 


752 


Fourth 


C02 


First 


802 


Fifth 


702 


Third 


826 


Sixth 


752 


Fourth 


852 


Seventh 


802 


Fifth 


902 


Eighth 


826 


William 


952 


Ninth 


852 


Seventh 


1002 


Tenth 


902 


Division 


1052 


Eleventh 


936 


Chase 


1102 


Twelfth 


966 


Taylor 


1152 


Thirteenth 


1002 


Seward 


1202 


Fourteenih 


1062 


Lincoln 


1252 


Fifteenth 


1102 


Twellth 


1302 


Sixteenth 


1202 


Fourteenth 


1352 


Seventeenth 


1302 


Sixteenth 


1402 


Eighteenth 


1402 


Eighteenth 


1452 


Nineteenth 


1502 


Twentieth 


1502 


Twentieth 


1602 


Twenty-second 


1602 


Twenty-second 


1702 


Twenty-fourth 


1702 


Twenty-fourth 


Campbell, (or 30th) NE B 


1802 


Bsy Place 


San Pablo av, E to Telegraph 


Brockhurst, 


av, bet Alden and Rowland. 


lo av E 


to Grove, bet 22d 


Castro, 


N s South Front N 


and Nolan. 


to San Pablo av, bet Grove 


Brook, N fm Orchard av to 


and Brush. 


Hawthorne av. 


EAST 


STREET 


Brookly 


n, fm W s Lake 


602 


First 


Merritt to Matthews. 


652 


Second 


Brown 


or 34th) fm Tele- 


702 


Third 


graph ai 


• W to San Pablo av, 


752 


Fourth 


bet Nolan and Walton. 


802 


Fifth 


NORTH 


STREET 


826 


Sixth 


502 


Telegraph av 


852 


Seventh 


652 


Grove 


902 


Eighth 


802 


West 


952 


Ninth 


902 


Market 


1002 


Tenth 


Brush N s South Front N to 


1052 


Eleventh 


San Pablo av, bet Castro and 


1102 


Twelfth 


West. 




1152 


Thirteenth 


EAST 


STREET 


1202 


Fourteenth 


602 


First 


1252 


Fifteenth 


652 


Second 


1302 


Sixteenth 


702 


Third 


1352 


Seventeenth 


752 


Fourth 


1402 


Eighteenth 


802 


Fifth 


1452 


Nineteenth 


826 


Sixth 


1502 


Twentieth 


852 


Seventh 


1526 


Twenty first 


902 


Eighth 


Cedar, N s South Front NJto 


952 


Niuth 


Beach, bet Pine and Bay 


1002 


Tenth 


EAST 


BTRXET 


1052 


Eleventh 


202 


State 


1102 


Twelfth 


302 


Fulton 


1152 


Thirteenth 


402 


Pearl 


1202 


Fourteenth 


452 


Eagle 


1252 


Fifteenth 


602 


Hudson 


1302 


Sixteenth 


552 


Water 


1352 


Seventeenth 


602 


First 


1402 


Eighteenth 


702 


Third 


1502 


Twentieth 


752 


Fourth 


1526 


Twenty-first 


802 


Fifth 


1552 


Lydia 


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 

17U2 Twenty-fourth 

1802 Twenty-sixth 

Center, N s South Front N 
to Peralta and 18th, bet Cy- 
press and Chester. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 
302 Fulton 
402 Pearl 
452 Eagle 
502 Hudson 
552 Water 
602 First 
702 Third 
802 Atlantio 
826 William 
852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
Charles, fm E s Thirteenth 
av E to city limits, bet Huff 
and Henry. 
Charter (or 22d) W f m Tel- 
egraph av to San Pablo av, 
bet Jones and Locust. 

NORTH STREET 

502 Telegraph av 

652 Grove 
Chase, W s Peralta, W to 
West Front, bet Division 
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 14th, bet Cen- 
ter and Henry. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 

302 Fulton 

402 Pearl 

452 Eagle 

602 Hudson 

552 Water 

602 First 

702 Third 

802 Atlantic 

826 William 

852 Seventh 

902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
Chestnut, N s South Front 
N to San Pablo av, bet Lin- 
den and Adeline. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 



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302 


Fulton 


402 


Pearl 


452 


Eagle 


502 


Hudson 


552 


Water 


602 


First 


702 


Third 


802 


Atlantic 


826 


William 


852 


Seventh 


902 


Eighth 


1002 


Tenth 


1102 


Twelfth 


1202 


Fourteenth 


1302 


Sixteenth 


1402 


Eighteenth 


1502 


Twentieth 


1602 


Twenty-second 


1702 


Twenty-fourth 


1802 


Twenty-sixth 


1902 


Twenty-eighth 


2002 


Thirtieth 


2102 


Thiity-second 


2202 


Thirty-fourth 


2302 


Thirty-sixth 


Clay, N 


s South Front N to 


San Pablo av, bet Washing- 


ton and Jefferson. 


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 


Clinton 


, E s Thirteenth av 



or County Road, E to City 

limits, N of Grant. 
College Block;, bet Twelfth 

and Fourteenth, Franklin 

and Harrison. 
Commerce, from Larue's 

Wharf N to East Fifteenth. 
Corel, Ws Concord to Moss,, 

bet Summer and Crystal. 
Crystal, W s Concord to 

Moss, bet Corel and Planey. 
Curtis, N fm Eighteenth to 

Twenty-second, bet Market 

and West. 

EAST STREET 

1402 Eighteenth 

1452 Nineteenth 

1502 Twentieth 

1526 Twenty-first 

1552 Lydia 
Cypress, N s South Front N 
to Twenty-second, bet Kirk- 
ham and Center. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 

302 Fulton 

402 Pearl 

452 Eagle 

502 Hudson 

552 Water 

602 First 



702 Third 
802 Atlantic 
826 William 
852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
Delger (or 20th) W fm Lake 
Merritt to San Pablo av, bet 
Frederick and Hobart. 

NORTH STREET 

352 Webster 
402 Franklin 
452 Broadway 
502 Telegraph av 
Dennison, E fm San Anto- 
nio Creek to Park av, E O. 
Division, fm intersection of 
8th and Wood W to West 
Front. 

Duncan, E fm 13th av, or 
County Koad to Fruit Vale 
railroad track. 
Durant, W fm Lake Merritt 
to Teltgraph av, bet 18th 
and 20th. 

NORTH STRE KT 

252 Alice 

302 Harrison 

352 Webster 

402 Franklin 

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

NORTH STREET 

1702 Willow 

1752 Wood 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 
Eagle, E fm Lake Park. 
East Eighteenth, E side 
Fourth av to eastern city 
limits, bet East 17th and 
East 19th. 

NORTH STREET 

152 Fourth av 
202 Fifth av 
252 Sixth av 
302 Seventh av 
352 Eighth av 
402 Ninth av 
452 Tenth av 
502 Eleventh av 
552 Twelfth av 
602 Thirteenth av 
652 Fourteenth av 
702 Fifteenth av 
752 Sixteenth av 
802 Seventeenth av 
852 Eighteenth av 
902 Nineteenth av 
952 Twentieth »v 
1002 Twenty-first av 
1052 Twenty-second av 
East Eighth, E s Fourth 
av to Sixth av, on San Anto- 
nio Creek. 
East Eleventh, E s First 
av to Larue's Wharf, bet 
East 10th and East 12th. 



East Fifteenth, E 8 Lake 


Merritt 


to eastern city lim- 


its, bet East 14th and East 


16th. 




NORTH 


STREET 


2 


First av 


52 


Second av 


102 


Third av 


152 


Fourth av 


202 


Fifth av 


252 


Sixth av 


302 


Seventh av 


352 


Eighth av 


402 


Ninth av 


452 


Tenth av 


502 


Eleventh av 


552 


Twelfth av 


602 


Thiiteenth av 


652 


Fourteenth av 


702 


Fifteenth av 


752 


Sixteenth av 


802 


Seventeenth av 


852 


Eighteenth av 


902 


Nineteenth av 


952 


Twentieth av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 


1052 


Twenty-second av 


East Fourteenth, E s Lake 


Merritt 


to eastern city lim- 


its, bet Ea6t 12th and East 


15th. 




NORTE 


STREET 


2 


Fir6t av 


52 


Second av 


102 


Third av 


152 


Fourth av 


202 


fifth av 


252 


Sixth av 


302 


Seventh av 


352 


Eighth av 


402 


Ninth av 


452 


Tenth av 


502 


Eleventh av 


552 


Twelfth av 


602 


Thirteenth av 


652 


Fourteenth av 


702 


Fifteenth av 


752 


Sixteenth av 


802 


Seventeenth av 


852 


Eighteenth av 


902 


Nineteenth av 


952 


Twentieth av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 


1052 


Twenty-second av 


East Front, N s South Front 


N to Lake Merritt, on W 


shore o: 


San Antonio Creek 


and Lake Merritt. 


East Nineteenth, E side 


Fourth 


av to eastern city 


limits, 


bet East 18th and 


East 20th. 


NORTH STREET 


152 


Fourth av 


202 


Fifth av 


252 


Sixth av 


302 


Seventh av 


352 


Eighth av 


402 


Ninth av 


452 


Tenth av 


502 


Eleventh av 


552 


Twelfth av 


602 


Thirteenth av 


652 


Fourteenth av 


702 


Fifteenth av 


752 


Sixteenth av 


802 


Seventeenth av 



STREET GUIDE. 



61 



852 


Eighteenth av 


452 


Tenth av 




| limits, 


bet East 20th and 


902 


Nineteenth av 


East Twelfth, E s 


Lak 


i East22d. 


952 


Twentieth av 


Merritt 


to eastern city lim 


NORTH STREET 


1002 


Twenty-first av 


its, bet East l,th and 


Eas 


t 152 


Fourth av 


1052 


Twenty-second av 


13th. 






202 


Fifth av 


East Ninth, E 8 Third av t< 


> NORTH STREET 




252 


Sixth av 


Eighth 


av, bet East 8th anc 


1 2 


First av 




302 


Seventh av 


East 10th. 


52 


Second av 




352 


Eighth av 


NORTH STREET 


102 


Third av 




402 


Ninth av 


102 


Third av 


152 


Fourth av 




452 


Tenth av 


152 


Fourth av 


202 


Fifth av 




502 


Eleventh av 


202 


Fifth av 


252 


Sixth av 




552 


Twelfth av 


252 


Sixth av 


302 


Seventh av 




602 


Thirteenth av 


302 


Seventh av 


362 


Eighth av 




652 


Fourteenth av 


East Seventeenth, E side 


402 


Ninth av 




702 


Fifteenth av 


Fourth 


av to eastern city 


452 


Tenth av 




752 


Sixteenth av 


limits, 


bet East 16th anc 


602 


Eleventh av 




802 


Seventeenth av 


East 18th. 


552 


Twelfth av 




852 


Eighteenth av 


NORTH STREET 


602 


Thirteenth av 




902 


Nineteenth av 


152 


Fourth av 


652 


Fourteenth av 




952 


Twentieth av 


202 


Fifth av 


702 


Fifteenth av 




1002 


Twenty-first av 


252 


Sixth av 


752 


Sixteenth av 




1052 


Twenty-second av 


302 


Seventh av 


802 


Seventeenth av 


East Twenty-fourth, E s 


352 


Eighth av 


852 


Eighteenth av 




Fourth 


av to eastern city 


402 


Ninth av 


902 


Nineteenth av 




limits, bet East 23d and East 


452 


Tenth av 


952 


Twentieth av 




25th. 




602 


Eleventh av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 




NORTH STREET 


552 


Twelfth av 


1052 


Twenty-second 


av 


152 


Fourth av 


602 


Thirteenth av 


East Twentieth, E s 


4th 


202 


Fifth av 


652 


Fourteenth av 


av to eastern city limits 


bet 


252 


Sixth av 


702 


Fifteenth av 


East 19th and East 21st. 




302 


Seventh av 


752 


Sixteenth av 


NORTH STREET 




352 


Eighth av 


802 


Seventeenth av 


152 


Fourth av 




402 


Ninth av 


852 


Eighteenth av 


202 


Fifth av 




452 


Tenth av 


902 


Nineteenth av 


252 


Sixth av 




502 


Eleventh av 


952 


Twentieth av 


302 


Seventh av 




652 


Twelfth av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 


352 


Eighth av 




602 


Thirteenth av 


1052 


Twenty-second av 


402 


Ninth av 




652 


Fourteenth av 


East Sixteenth, E s Lake 


452 


Tenth av 




702 


Fifteenth av 


Merritt to Eastern city lim- 


502 


Eleventh av 




752 


Sixteenth av 


its, bet 


East 15th and East 


552 


Twelfth av 




802 


Seventeenth av 


17th. 




602 


Thirteenth av 




852 


Eighteenth av 


NORTH 


STREET 


652 


Fourteenth av 




902 


Nineteenth av 


2 


First av 


702 


Filteenth av 




952 


Twentieth av 


52 


Second av 


752 


Sixteenth av 




1002 


Twenty-first av 


102 


Third av 


802 


Seventeenth av 




1052 


Twenty-second av 


152 


Fourth av 


852 


Eighteenth av 




East Tw 


enty-second, E s 


202 


Fifth av 


902 


Nineteenth ax 




Fourth 


av to eastern city 


252 


Sixth av 


952 


Twentieth av 




limits, 


bet East 21st and 


302 


Seventh av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 




East 23d 




352 


Eighth av 


1052 


Twenty-second 


av 


NORTH 


BTREET 


402 


Ninth av 


East Twenty-fifth, E side 


152 


Fourth av 


452 


Tenth av 


Fourth 


av to eastern city 


202 


Fifth av 


502 


Eleventh av 


limits, 


on northern city 


252 


Sixth av 


652 


Twelfth av 


line. 






302 


Seventh av 


602 


Thirteenth av 


NORTH 


STREET 




352 


Eighth av 


652 


Fourteenth av 


152 


Fourth av 




402 


Ninth av 


702 


Fifteenth av 


202 


Fifth av 




452 


Tenth av 


752 


Sixteenth av 


252 


Sixth av 




502 


Eleventh av 


802 


Seventeenth av 


302 


Seventh av 




552 


Twelfth av 


852 


Eighteenth av 


352 


Eighth av 




602 


Thirteenth av 


902 


Nineteenth av 


402 


Ninth av 




652 


Fourteenth av 


952 


Twentieth av 


452 


Tenth av 




702 


Fifteenth av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 


602 


Eleventh av 




752 


Sixteenth av 


1052 


Twenty-second av 


652 


Twelfth av 




802 


Seventeenth av 


East Tenth, Es Second av 


602 


Thirteenth av 




852 


Eighteenth av 


to Tenth ay, bet East 9th 


652 


Fourteenth av 




902 


Nineteenth av 


and East 11th. 


702 


Fifteenth av 




962 


Twentieth av 


NORTH 


STREET 


752 


Sixteenth av 




1002 


Twenty-fir6t av 


52 


Second av 


802 


Seventeenth av 




1052 


Twenty-second av 


102 


Third av 


852 


Eighteenth av 




Bast Twenty-third, E s 


152 


Fourth av 


902 


Nineteenth av 




Fourth av to eastern city 


202 


Fifth av 


952 


Twentieth av 




limits, bet East 22d and East 


252 


Sixth av 


1002 


Twenty-first av 




24th. 




302 


Seventh av 


1052 


Twenty-second av 


NORTH 


STREET 


352 


Eighth av 


Bast Twenty-first, E side 


152 


Fourth av 


402 


Ninth av 


Fourth av to eastern c 


ity 


202 


Fifth av 



62 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


252 Sixth av 


402 Franklin 


1552 East 21st 


302 Seventh av 


452 Broadway 


1602 East 22d 


352 Eighth av 


502 Washington 


1663 East 23d 


402 Ninth av 


552 Clay 


Elizabeth, E fm San Anto- 


452 Tenth av 


602 Jefferson 


nio Creek to Park av, E O. 


502 Eleventh av 


652 Grove 


Elm (or Tweuty-fourtb) fm 


552 Twellth av 


702 Cabtro 


San Pablo av to Grove, and 


602 Thirteenth av 


752 Brush 


fm Telegraph av to Webster, 


652 Fourteenth av 


902 Market 


bet Locust and Laurel. 


702 Fifteenth av 


952 Myrtle 


Elm Avenue, N fm Plym- 


752 Sixteenth av , 


1002 Filbert 


outh av to Edwards, bet Tel- 


802 Seventeenth av 


1052 Linden 


egraph av and Andover. 


852 Eighteenth av 


1102 Chestnut 


Emery, NW fm Peralta to 


902 Nineteenth av 


1152 Adeline 


Park av. bet San Pablo av 


952 Twentieth av 


1202 Magnolia 


and Watts. 


1002 Twenty-first av 


1252 Union 


Falcon. E fm Lake Park. 


1052 Twenty-second av 


1302 Poplar 


Fallon, N s South Front N 


Edward, E 8 Nineteenth av 


1352 Kirkham 


to Lake Merritt, bet East 


to city limits. 


1401 Cypress 


Front and Oak. 


Edwards, E fm Telegraph 


1452 Center 


EAST STREET 


av to Creek, N of Plymouth 


1502 Chester 


602 First 


av. 


1552 Henry 


652 Second 


Kigfht eentli, W s San Pablo 


1002 Lewis 


702 Third 


av to Market, bet 17th and 


1652 Campbell 


752 Fourth 


19th, and W s Market to 


1702 Willow 


802 Fifth 


West Front, bet 16th and 


1752 Wood 


826 Sixth 


20th. 


Eighth Avenue, fm San 


852 Seventh 


NORTH STREET 


Antonio Creek N to East 


902 Eighth 


652 Grove 


20th, bet 7th and 9th ave. 


952 Ninth 


702 Castro 


EAST STREET 


1002 Tenth 


752 Brush 


902 East 8th 


1052 Eleventh 


802 West 


952 East 9th 


1102 Twelfth 


902 Market 


1002 East 10th 


1152 Thirteenth 


952 Myrtle 


1052 East 11th 


1202 Fourteenth 


1002 Filbert 


1102 East 12th 


1252 Fifteenth 


1052 Linden 


1152 East 13th 


1302 Sixteenth 


1102 Chestnut 


1202 East 14th 


1352 Seventeenth 


1152 Adeline 


1252 East 15th 


1402 Eighteenth 


1202 Magnolia 


1302 East 16th 


Fifteenth, Ws San Pablo 


1252 Union 


1352 East 17th 


av to Market, bet 14th and 


1302 Poplar 


1402 East 18th 


16th. 


1352 Kiikham 


1452 East 19th 


NORTH STREET 


1402 Cypress 


1502 East 20th 


552 Clay 


1452 Center 


Eleventh, W s East Front 


602 Jefferson 


1652 Campbell 


to Market, bet 10th and 12th 


652 Grove 


1702 Willow 


NORTH STREET 


702 Castro 


1752 Wood 


52 Fallon 


752 Brush 


1802 Pine 


102 Oak 


802 West 


1852 Cedar 


152 Madison 


Fifteenth Avenne, fm N 


1902 Bay 


202 Jackson 


s East 12th, N to East 19th. 


Eighteenth Avenue, N 


252 Alice 


EAST STREET 


from San Antonio Creek to 


302 Harrison 


1102 Twelfth 


East 21st, bet 17th and 19th 


352 Webster 


1152 Thirteenth 


a vs. 


402 Franklin 


1202 Fourteenth 


EAST STREET 


452 Broadway 


1252 Fifteenth 


1102 East 12th 


502 Washington 


1302 Sixteenth 


1152 East 13th 


552 Clay 


1352 Seventeenth 


1202 East 14th 


602 Jefferson 


1402 Eighteenth 


1252 East 15th 


652 Grove 


1452 Nineteenth 


1302 East 16th 


702 Castro 


Fifth, W s East Front to 


1352 East 17th 


752 Brush 


Market, bet 4th and 6th, and 


1402 East 18th 


802 West 


WsMaret, to Peralta, bet 


1452 East 19th 


Eleventh Avenue, fm San 


3d and 7th. 


1002 East 20th 


Antonio Creek N to Charter, 


NORTH STREET 


1552 East 21st 


bet 10th and 12th ave. 


52 Fallon 


Eighth, W s East Front to 
Market, bet 7th and 9th, and 


EAST STREET 


102 Oak 


1002 East 10th 


152 Madison 


W s Market to Wood, bet 


1052 East 11th 


202 Jackson 


7th and 10th. 


1102 East 12th 


252 Alice 


NORTH STREET 


1152 East 13th 


302 Harrison 


5 Fallon 


1202 East 14th 


352 Webster 


101 Oak 


1252 East 15th 


402 Franklin 


152 Madison 


1302 East 16th 


452 Broadway 


202 Jackson 


1352 East 17th 


502 Washington 


252 Alice 


1402 East 18th 


552 Clay 


302 Harrison 


1452 East 19th 


602 Jefferson 


352 Webster 


1502 East 20th 


652 Grove 



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63 



702 Castro 
752 Brush 
902 Market 
952 Myrtle 
1002 Filbert 
1052 Linden 
1102 Chestnut 
1152 Adeline 
1202 Magnolia 
1252 Union 
1302 Poplar 
1402 Cypress 
1452 Center 
1502 Chester 
1552 Henry 
Fifth Avenue, fm San An- 
tonio Creek to Fourth av 
road, bet Fourth and Sixth 
a vs. 

EAST STREET 

902 East 8th 

952 East 9th 

1002 East luth 

1052 East 11th 

1102 East 12th 

1152 East 13th 

1202 East 14th 

1252 East 15th 

1302 East 10th 

1352 East 17th 

1402 East 18th 

1452 East 19th 

1502 East 20th 

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

EAST STREET 

602 First 
702 Third 
802 Filth 
902 Seventh 
952 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twenty-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
1802 Twenty-sixth 
1902 Twenty-eighth 
2002 Thirtieth 
2102 Thirty-second 
Fillmore, E fm Lake Park. 
First, W b East Front to Mar- 
ket, 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 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 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 
First Avenue, fm San An- 
tonio Creek N to Lake Mer- 
ritt, by eastern terminus of 
12th at bridge. 
Ford. E from San Antonio 

Creik to Park av, E O. 
Fountain Place, bet 20th, 
Durant, Telegraph 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 Jeff rsou 

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 

1652 Campbell 

1702 Willow 

1752 Wood 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 

Fourth, W s East Front to 

Market, bet 3d and 5th, and 
W s Feralta to West Front 
bet 3d and Atlantic. 

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 

1552 Henry 

1602 Lewis 

1652 Campbell 

1702 Willow 

1752 Wood 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 

Fourth Avenue, fm San 
Antonio Creek to Lake Mer- 
ritt. bet Third and Fifth avs 

EAST STREET 

1002 East 10th 

1052 East 11th 

1102 East 12th 

1152 East 13th 

1202 East 14th 

1252 East 15th 

1302 East 16th 

1352 East 17th 

1402 East 18th 

1452 East 19th 

1502 East 20th 

1552 East 21st 

1602 East 22d 

1052 East 23d 
Franhlin, N s South Front 
N to Walnut, bet Webster 
and Broadway. 

EAST STREET 

602 First 
(52 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 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twenty-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
Franklin Square, bet 4th 
and 5th, Franklin and Broad- 
way. 
Frederick, bet Telegraph 
ana San Pablo avs, 17th and 
William. 
Frederick, E fm San Anto- 
nio Creek to Park av, E O. 
Fulton, fm intersection of 
Chestnut and South Front 
W to West Front, bet State 
and Pearl. 

NORTH STREET 

1102 Chestnut 
1152 Adeline 
1202 Magnolia 



64 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



1252 Union 

1302 Poplar 

1352 Eirkham 

1402 Cypress 

1452 Center 

1502 Chester 

1552 Henry 

1602 Lewis 

1652 Campbell 

1702 Willow 

1752 Wood 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 
Grant, E s Thirteenth av, or 
County road, E to city limits 
bet Montgomery and Chn- 

Goss W s Wood W to West 
Front, bet 7th and Division. 

NORTH 6TBEET 

1752 Wood 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay iW * 

Grove, N b South Front N to 
San Pablo av, bet Jefferson 
and Cactro, and fm San 
Pablo av N to city limits, bet 
Telegraph av 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 Thiiteenth 

1202 Fourteenth 

1252 Fifteenth 

1302 Sixteenth 

1352 Seventeenth 

1402 Eighteenth 

1502 Twentieth 

1602 Twenty-second 

1702 Twenty-fourth 

1802 Twenty-sixth 

1902 Twenty-eighth 

2002 Thirtieth 

2102 Thirty-second 

2202 Thirty-fourth 

2252 Thirty-fifth 
Halleck, NW fm 28th to city 
limits, bet Beach and Hub- 
bard. 

NORTH STREET 

102 A 

202 B 
302 O 
402 D 
Harlan, NW fm Peralta to 

city limits, near B 
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 
1252 Fifteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1352 Seventeenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
Harrison Square, bet 6th 
and 7th, Harrison and Alice. 
Haven, NW fm Peralta to 

city limits, NE of Hollis. 
Hawthorne Avenue, NE 
fm Telegraph av to Broad 

Henry, N s South Front N to 
Peralta and 10th, bet Ches- 
ter and Lewis. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 

302 Fulton 

402 Pearl 

452 Eagle 

502 Hudson 

552 Water 

602 First 

702 Third 

802 Atlantic 

826 William 

852 Seventh 

902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
Henry, fm E 8 17th av E to 
city limits, bet Charles and 
Edward. 
Hobart (or 21st) W s Broad 
way to San Pablo av, bet 
20t*h and Jones. 

NORTH STREET 

452 Broadway 
502 Telegraph av 
Holden, NW fm Peralta to 

city limits, bet Horton and 

Hollis. 

NORTH BTREET 

102 A 

202 B 

302 C 

402 D 
noil i s, N W fm Peralta to city 
limits, bet Holden and Ha- 
ven. 

NORTH 8TREET 

102 A 
202 B 
302 C 
402 D 
Hopkins, E fm 13th av to 
track of Fruit Vale railroad. 
Horton, NW fm Peralta to 
city limits, bet Hubbard and 
Holden. 

NORTH STREET 

102 A 
202 B 
302 C 
402 D 
Hubbard, NW fm Peralta 
to city limits, bet Halleck 
and Horton. 

NORTH STREET 

102 A 



202 B 

302 C 

402 D 
Hudson, W s Market W to 
West Front, bet Pearl and 
First. 

NORTH STREET 

952 Myrtle 

1002 Filbert 

1052 Linden 

1102 Chestnnt 

1152 Adeline 

1202 Magnolia 

1252 Union 

1302 Poplar 

1352 Kirknam 

1402 Cypress 

1452 Center 

1502 Chester 

1552 Henry 

1602 Lewis 

1652 Campbell 

1702 Willow 

1752 Wood 

1802 Piae 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 
Huff, fm E s 13th. av E to 
city limits, bet Stratton and 
Charles. 
Independence Square, 
bet East 16th, East 19th, 16th 
and 18ih avs. 
Isabella, W fm San Pablo 

av nr 22d. 
Jackson, N b South Front 
bet Madison and Alice, 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 

1252 Fifteenth 

1302 Sixteenth 

1352 Seventeenth 

1402 Eighteenth 
Jefferson, N b South Front 
N to San Pablo av, bet Clay 
and Giove. 

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 



STREET GUIDE. 



65 



1352 Seventeenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
Jefferson Square, bi t 6th 

and 7th, Grove and Jeffer- 
son. 
Jones, fni Telegraph av to 

San Pablo av, bet Hobart 

and Charter. 
Kennedy. SE fm East 12th 

to San Antonia Creek, E O. 
King, SE fm East 12th to 

San Antoi.io Creek, E O. 
K i i Mia in. N 8 South Front 

N to Peraita, bet Poplar and 

Cypress. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 
302 Fulton 
402 Pearl 
452 Eagle 
502 Hudson 
552 Water 
602 First 
702 Third 
802 Atlantic 
826 William 
852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1622 Twenty-second 
Knox, W s Telegraph av W 
to Knox plate, bet Sycamore 
and Albion. 
Knox Place, W termination 

of Knox. 
Lafayette Square, bet 
10th and 11th, Grove and 
Jefferson. 
Lake, E s Jackson E to Lake 

Merritt. 
Lake Plaza, bet East 15th 
and East 16th, 2d and 3d avs 
Lake Shore Avenue, N 
fm Lake Merritt. to Hunt's 
Trait. 
Lake Side Avenue, along 
southwesterly side of Lake 
Merritt. 
Laurel (or 25th) fm San 
Pablo av to Grove, aud fin 
Telegraph av to Webster, 
bet Elm and Sycamore. 
Lewis, N s South Front N to 
Peraita and 5th, bet Henry 
and Campbell. 

EAST STREET 

202 State 
302 Fulton 
402 Pearl 
452 Eagle 
502 Hudson 
552 W:iter 
602 First 
702 Third 
802 Fifth 
Liberty, W s Concord to 

Moss bet Star and Pacific. 
Lincoln, W s Peraita, 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 Thirteenth av 
or County road E to city- 
limits, !S of Montgomery. 
Lincoln Square, btt 8th 

and 9th, Mad. son and Oak. 
Linden. N s South Front N 
to San Pablo av, bet Filbert 
and Chestnut. 

EAST STREET 

602 First 
702 Third 
802 Fifth 
852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twenty-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
1802 Twenty-sixth 
1902 Twenty-eighth 
2002 Thirtieth 
2102 Thirty-second 
2202 Thirty-fourth 
Livingston, E fm San An- 
tonio Creek to Park av, E O. 
Locust (or 23d) fm San Pab- 
lo av to Grove, and fm Tele- 
graph av to Webster, bet 
Charter and Elm. 
Logan (or 36th) fm Market 
to Telegraph av, on line of 
Northern city limits. 

NORTH STREET 

502 Telegraph av 
652 Grove 
802 West 
Lydia, W s San Pablo av to 
Market, bet 21st and 22d. 

NOKTH STREET 

752 San Pablo av 

802 West 

852 Curtis 
Madison, N s South Front 
to Lake Merritt, bet Oak and 
Jackson. 

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 
Magnolia, N a South Front 
N to 3Cth, bet Adeline and 
Union. 



EAST 8TPEET 

602 First 

702 Third 

802 Fifth 

852 Seventh 

902 Eighth 

1002 Tenth 

1102 Twelith 

1202 Fourteenth 

1302 Sixteenth 

1402 Eighteenth 

1502 Twentieth 

1602 Twenty-second 

1702 Twenty-fourth 

1802 Twenty-sixth 

1902 Twenty-eighth 

2002 Thirtieth 

2102 Thirty-second 

2202 Thirty-fourth 

Market, N s South Front N 
to city limits. 

WEST STREET 

601 First 
651 Second 

701 Third 
751 Fourth 

801 Filth 

851 Seventh 
!01 Eighth 

1001 Tenth 

1101 Twelfth 

1201 Fourteenth 

1301 Sixteenth 

1401 Eighteenth 

1501 Twentieth 

1601 Twenty-second 

1701 Twenty-fourth 

1801 Twenty-sixth 

1901 Twenty-eighth 

2001 Thirtieth 

2101 Thirty-second 
Maryland, E fm San Anto- 
nio Creek to Park av, E O. 

Merrimac Place, Es Tele- 
graph av, N of Lay pi. 

Milbury, E fm the exten- 
sion of 13th av to track of 
Fruit Vale railroad. 

Montgomery, E b 13th av, 
or County road, E to city 
limits, bet Lincoln and 
Grant. 

Moss, western boundary of 
Lake Side Homestead. 

Myrtle, N s South Front N 
to San Pablo av, near city 
limits. 

EAST STREET 

602 First 

702 Third 

802 Fifth 

852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 

1002 Tenth 

1102 Twelfth 

1202 Fourteenth 

1302 Sixteenth 

1402 Eighteenth 

1502 Twentieth 

1602 Twenty-second 

1702 Twenty-fourth 

1802 Twenty-sixth 

1902 Twenty-eighth 

2002 Thii tieth 

2102 Thirty-second 
2202 Thirty-fourth 



66 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


Nineteenth., W s San Pablo 


and 11th, Harrison and 


452 Eagle 


av to Market, bet 18th and 


Alice. 


502 Hudson 


20th. 


Orchard Avenue, from 


552 Water 


NORTH STREET 


Summit E to creek, N of 


602 First 


652 Grove 


Prospect pi, 


702 Third 


702 Castro 


Pacific, N s Concord to 


752 Fourth 


752 Brush 


Moss, N of Libert} 1 . 


802 Atlantic 


802 West 


Park (or 27th) fm NE s San 


826 William 


Nineteenth Avenue, N 


Pablo av to Grove, bet 26th 


852 Seventh 


fm San Antonio Creek to 


and 28th. 


902 Division 


Charter, bet 18th and 20th 


Park Avenue, S of Oak- 


934 Chase 


avs. 


land Trotting Park fm San 


966 Taylor 


Ninth, W s East Front to 


Pablo to Center. 


1002 Seward 


Market, bet 8th and 10th. 


Park Avenue, from East 


1052 Lincoln 


NORTH STREET 


12th southerly to Alameda 


1102 Twelfth 


52 Fallon 


park. 


1202 Fourteenth 


102 Oak 


Pearl, fm intersection of 


1302 Sixteenth 


152 Madi-on 


Myrtle and South Front to 


1402 Eighteenth 


202 Jackson 


West Front, bet Fulton and 


1502 Twentieth 


252 Alice 


Hudson. 


1602 Twenty-second 


302 Harrison 


NORTH STREET 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


352 Webster 


1002 Filbert 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


402 Franklin 


1002 Linden 


Planey, W s Concord to 


452 Broadway 


1102 Chestnut 


Moss, bet Crystal and Star. 


502 Washington 


1152 Adeline 


Plaza, bet East 12th, East 


552 Clay 


1202 Magnolia 


14th. 6th and 7th avs. 


602 Jefferson 


1252 Union 


Plymouth Avenue, NE 


652 Grove 


1302 Poplar 


fm Telegraph av to Broad- 


702 Castro 


1352 Kirkham 


way, N of Hawthorne. 


752 Brush 


1402 Cypress 


Poplar, N s South Front, N 


802 West 


1452 Center 


to Peralta, bet Union aud 


902 Market 


1502 Chester 


Kirkham. 


Ninth Avenue, fm San An- 


1552 Henry 


EAST STREET 


tonio Creek N to Charter, 


1602 Lewis 


202 State 


bet 8th and 10th avs. 


1652 Campbell 


302 Fulton 


EAST STREET 


1702 Willow 


402 Pearl 


1002 East 10th 


1752 Wood 


452 Eagle 


1052 East 11th 


1802 Pine 


502 Hudson 


1102 East 12th 


1852 Cedar 


552 Water 


1152 East 13th 


1902 Bay- 


602 First 


1202 East 14th 


Pearson, bet Pine and Ce- 


702 Third 


1252 East 15th 


dar, I'm Chase to Taylor. 


802 Atlantic 


1302 East 16th 


Pearson's Row, W s Pine, 


826 William 


1352 East 17th 


bet Chase and Taylor. 


852 Seventh 


1402 East 18th 


Peralta, N s South Front N 


902 Division 


1452 East 19th 


to San Pablo av, (a division 


9.U Chase 


1502 East 20th 


of surveys.) 


966 Ta\ lor 


1552 East 21st 


EAST STREET WEST STREET 


1002 Seward 


1602 East 22d 


202 State 


1052 Lincoln 


1652 East 23d 


302 Fulton 


1102 Twelfth 


Nolan (or 33d) NE 8 San 


402 Pearl 


1202 Fourteenth 


Pablo av E to Grove, bet 


452 Eagle 


1302 Sixteenth 


Brockhurst and Brown. 


502 Hudson 


1402 Eighteenth 


Oak, N s South Front N to 


552 Water 


1502 Twentieth 


Lake Merritt, bet Fallon and 


602 First 


1602 Twenty-second 


Madison. 


702 Third 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


EAST STREET 


801 Atlantic 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


602 First 


827 William 


Prospect, fm W s Lake Mer- 


652 Second 


852 Seventh 


ritt E to Clinton, N of Pe- 


702 Third 


967 Taylor 


ralta. 


752 Fourth 


1001 Seward 


Prospect, E s Lake Merritt 


802 Filth 


1051 Lincoln 


E to Foutrth av. 


826 Sixth 


1102 Twelfth 


Prospect Place, E s Tele- 


852 Seventh 


1202 Fourteenth 


graph av, bet Merrimac pi 


902 Eighth 


1302 Sixteenth 


and Orchard av. 


952 Ninth 


1402 Eighteenth 


Putnam, E fm Park av, N 


1002 Tenth 


1502 Twentieth 


of Warren. 


1052 Eleventh 


1602 Twenty-second 


Putnam, N fm Fruit Vale 


1102 Twelfth 


Peralta 2d, N s Lake Mer- 


railroad to Beed in Milbury 


1152 Thirteenth 


ritt to Clinton, N of Brook- 


Tract. 


1202 Fourteenth 


lyn. 


Railroad Avenue (see 7th 


1252 Fifteenth 


Pine, N s South Front N to 


street.) 


1302 Sixteenth 


Beach, bet Wood and Cedar. 


Rowland, E s San Pablo av 


1352 Seventeenth 


EAST 8TREET 


E to Telegraph av, bet 


1402 Eighteenth 


202 State 


Campbell and 31st. 


Oakland Square, bet 10th 


302 Fulton 
402 Pearl 


San Pablo Avenue, from 





STREET GUIDE. 


67 


junction of Broadway and 


1502 East 20th 


NORTH STREET 


14th, NW to city limits. 


1552 East 21st 


1852 Cedar 


EAST STREET 


1602 East 22d 


1902 Bay 


1202 Fourteenth 


1652 East 23d 


Sixteenth, Ws San Pablo 


1302 Sixteenth 


Seventh, W s East Front to 


av to Market, bet 15th and 


1402 Eighteenth 


Market, bet 6th and 8th, and 


17th. 


1502 Twentieth 


fm Market to West Front bet 


NORTH STREET 


1602 Twenty-second 


5th and 8th. 


552 Clay 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


NORTH STREET 


602 Jefferson 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


52 Fallon 


652 Grove 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


102 Oak 


702 Castro 


2002 Thirtieth 


152 Madison 


752 Brush 


2102 Thirty-second 


202 JaUon 


802 West 


2202 Thirty-fourth 


252 Alice 


902 Market 


Second, W s Ea6t Front to 


302 Harrison 


952 Myrtle 


Market bet 1st and 3d, and 


352 Webster 


1002 Filbert 


W s Peralta to West Front 


402 Franklin 


1052 Linden 


bet Water and 4th. 


452 Broadway 


1102 Chestnut 


NORTH STREET 


502 Washington 


1152 Adeline 


52 Fallon 


552 Clay 


1202 Magnolia 


102 Oak 


602 Jefferson 


1252 Union 


152 Madison 


652 Grove 


1302 Poplar 


202 Jackson 


702 Castro 


1352 Kirkham 


252 Alice 


752 Brush 


1402 Cypress 


302 Harrison 


902 Mark, t 


1452 Center 


352 Webster 


952 Myrtle 


1602 Peralta 


402 Franklin 


1002 Filbert 


1652 Campbell 


452 Broadway 


1052 Linden 


1702 Willow 


502 Washington 


1102 Chestnut 


1752 Wood 


552 Clay 


1152 Adeline 


1802 Pine 


602 Jeffers.on 


1202 Magnolia 


1852 ( 'edar 


652 Grove 


1252 Union 


1902 Bay 


702 ("astro 


1302 Poplar 


Sixteenth Avenue, N fm 


752 Brush 


1352 Kirkham 


San Antonio Creek to 21st, 


902 Market 


1402 Cypress 


bet 15th and 17th avs. 


1602 Peralta 


1452 Center 


EAST STREET 


1652 Campbell 


1502 Chester 


1102 Twelfth 


1702 Willow 


1552 Henry 


1152 Thirteenth 


1752 Wood 


1602 Lewis 


1202 Fourteenth 


1802 Pine 


1652 Campbell 


1252 Fifteenth 


1852 Cedar 


1702 Willow 


1302 Sixteenth 


1902 Bay 


1752 Wood 


1352 Seventeenth 


Second Avenue, fm San 


1802 Pine 


1402 Eighteenth 


Antonio Creek to Lake Mer- 


1852 Cedar 


1452 Nineteenth 


ritt, bet 1st and 3d avs. 


1902 Bay 


Sixth, W s East Front to 


EA8T STREET 


Seventh Avenue, fm San 


Market, bet 5th and 7th. 


1002 Tenth 


Antonio Creek N to Charter, 


NORTH STREET 


1052 Eleventh 


bet 6th and 8th avs. 


52 Fallon 


1102 Twelfth 


EAST STREET 


102 Oak 


1152 Thirteenth 


902 East Hth 


152 Madison 


1202 Fourteenth 


952 East 9th 


202 Jackson 


1252 Fifteenth 


1002 East 10th 


252 Alice 


1302 Sixteenth 


1052 East 11th 


302 Harrison 


Seventeenth, Ws San Pab- 


1102 East 12th 


352 Webster 


lo av to Market, bet 16th aud 


1152 East 13th 


402 Franklin 


Eighteenth. 


1202 East 14th 


452 Broadway 


NORTH STREET 


1252 East 15th 


502 Washington 


602 Jefferson 


1302 East 16th 


552 Clay 


652 Grove 


1352 East 17th 


602 Jefferson 


702 Castro 


1402 East 18th 


652 Grove 


752 Brush 


1452 East 19th 


702 Castro 


802 West 


1502 East 20th 


752 Brush 


Seventeenth Avenue, N 


Seward, W s Peralta W to 


902 Market 


fm San Antonio Creek to 


West Froiit, bet Taylor and 


Sixth Avenue, fm San An- 


Charter, bet 16th and 18th 


Lincoln. 


tonio Creek N to East 20th, 


avs. 


NORTH STREET 


bet 5th aud 7th avs. 


EAST STREET 


1652 Campbell 


EAST STREET 


1002 East 10th 


1702 Willow 


902 East 8th 


1052 East 11th 


1752 Wood 


952 Ea6t 9th 


1102 East 12th 


1802 Pine 


1002 East 10th 


1152 East 13th 


1852 Cedar 


1052 East 11th 


1202 East 14th 


1902 Bay 


1102 East 12th 


1252 East 15th 


Shell Mound Avenue, SE 


1152 East 13th 


1302 East 16th 


fm East 12th to San Antonio 


1202 East 14th 


1352 East 17th 


Creek. 


1252 East 15th 


1402 East 18th 


Short, W s Division W to 


1302 East 16th 


1452 East 19th 


West Front, N of Goss. 


1352 East 17th 



68 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


1402 East 18th 


NORTH 


STREET 


1352 Kirkham 


1452 East 19th 


52 


Fallon 


3402 Cypress 


1502 East 20th 


102 


Oak 


1452 Center 


South Front, N s San An- 


152 


Madison 


1502 Chester 


tonio Creek W fm East Front 


202 


Jackson 


1552 Henry 


to Clay, southwesterly from 


255 


Alice 


1602 Lewis 


Clay to Kirk ham. thence W 


302 


Harrison 


Third Avenue, fm San An- 


to West Front, forming 


352 


Webster 


tonio Creek to Lake Merritt, 


southern boundary of city. 


402 


Franklin 


bet 2d and 4th avs. 


Spring, W 8 Concord to 


452 


Broadway 


EAST STREET 


Moss S of Summer. 


502 


Washington 


902 East 8th 


Star, W s Concord to Moss, 


652 


Clay 


952 East 9th 


bet Planey and Liberty. 


602 


Jeffereon 


1002 East 10th 


State, fm intersection of 


652 


Grove 


1052 East Uth 


Adeline and South Front 


702 


Castro 


1102 East 12tn 


W to West Front, bet Beach 


752 


Bruah 


1152 East 13th 


and Fulton. 


802 


West 


1202 East 14th 


NORTH STREET 


902 


Market 


1252 East 15th 


1252 Union 


952 


Myrtle 


1302 East 16th 


1302 Poplar 


1002 


Filbert 


1352 East 17th 


1352 Kirkham 


1052 


Linden 


1402 East 18th 


1402 Cypress 


1102 


Chestnut 


1452 East 19th 


1452 Center 


1152 


Adeline 


Thirteenth, W a East Front 


1502 Chester 


1202 


Magnolia 


to Market, bet 12th and Uth. 


1552 Henry 


1252 


Union 


NORTH STREET 


1602 Lewis 


1302 


Poplar 


52 Fallon 


1652 Campbell 


1352 


Kirkham 


102 Oak 


1702 Willow 


1402 


Cypress 


152 Madison 


1752 Wood 


1452 


Center 


202 Jackson 


1802 Pine 


1502 


Chester 


252 Aliec 


1852 Cedar 


1552 


Henry 


302 Harrison 


1902 Bay 


Tenth Avenue, fm San 


352 Webster 


Stevens, N fm Fruit Vale 


Antonio 


Creek N to East 


402 Franklin 


Railruad to Keed, in Milbury 


20th, bet 9th and 11th avs. 


452 Broadway 


Tract. 


EAST 


STREET 


502 Washington 


Stratton, fm E s 13th av E 


902 


East 8th 


552 Clay 


to city limits, bet Charles 


952 


East 9th 


602 Jefferson 


and Huff. 


1002 


East 10th 


652 Grove 


Summer, W s Concord to 


1052 


East 11th 


702 Castro 


Moss, bet Spring and Corel. 


1102 


East 12th 


752 Brush 


Summit, fm Prospect place 


1152 


East 13th 


902 Market 


N. 


1202 


East 14th 


Thirteenth Avenue, fm 


Summit, N s Mound S to 


1252 


East 15th 


San Antonio Creek N to 


Henry. 


1302 


East 16th 


Charter, bet 12th av and 


Sycamore, fm Telegraph 


1352 


East 17th 


Commerce. 


av W to San Pablo av, bet 


1402 


East 18th 


EAST STREET 


Laurel and 2Cth. 


1452 


East 19th 


1002 East 10th 


NORTH STREET 


1502 


East 20th 


1052 East 11th 


502 Telegraph av 


Third, 


W s East Front to 


1102 East 12th 


652 Grove 


Market, 


bet 2d and 4th, and 


1152 East 13th 


Taylor, W s Peralta W to 


W s Market to Peralta, bet 


1202 East 14th 


West Front, bet Chase and 


1st and 


5th. 


1252 East loth 


Seward. 


NORTE 


STREET 


1302 East 16th 


NORTH STREET 


52 


Fallon 


1352 East 17th 


1652 Campbell 


102 


Oak 


1402 East 1 8th 


1702 W T illow 


152 


Madison 


1452 East 19th 


1752 Wood 


202 


Jackson 


1502 East 20th 


1802 Pine 


252 


Alice 


1552 East 21st 


1852 Cedar 


302 


Harrison 


1602 East 22d 


1902 Bay 


352 


Webster 


1652 East 23d 


Telegraph. Avenue, fm 


402 


Franklin 


Thirtieth, W s Market W to 


Broadway near junction of 


452 


Broadway 


Peralta, bet 28th and 32d. 


San Pablo av, N to city 


502 


Washington 


Thirty - first, NE s San 


limits. 


552 


Clay 


Pablo av E to Telegraph av, 


EAST STREET 


602 


Jefferson 


bet Rowland and 32d. 


1302 Sixteenth 


652 


Grove 


NORTH STREET 


1402 Eighteenth 


702 


Castro 


652 Grove 


1502 Twentieth 


752 


Brush 


802 West 


1G02 Twenty-second 


902 


Market 


902 Market 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


952 


Myrtle 


Thirty-fourth, W s Market 


1752 Laurel 


1002 


Filbert 


W to Peralta, bet 32d and 


1802 Bay place 


1052 


Linden 


36th. 


Tenth, W s East Front to 


1102 


Chestnut 


Thirty-second, W 8 Tele- 


Market, bet 9th and 11th, 


1152 


Adeline 


graph av W to Peralta, bet 


and W s Market to Peralta 


1202 


Magnolia 


3l6t and Brockhurst and 


bet 8th and 12th. 


1252 


Union 


31st and 34th. 




1302 


Poplar 





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69 



NORTH STREET 

502 Telegraph av 
652 Grove 
802 West 
902 Market 
Thirty-sixth, W s Market 
W to Pt-ralta, along northern 
boundary of city. 
Trenor, E fru San Antonio 

Crtek to Park av. 
Twelfth, W s East Front to 
Market, bet 11th and 13th, 
and W s Market to Bay, bet 
10th and 14th. 

NORTH STREET 

|52 Fallon 
102 Oak 
152 Madison 
202 Jackson 
252 Alice 

Harrison 

Webster 

Franklin 

Broadway 

Washington 

Clay 

Jefferson 

Grove 

Castro 

Brush 

West 

Market 

Myrtle 

Filbert 

Linden 

Chestnut 

Adeline 

Magnolia 

Union 

Poplar 

Kirkham 

Cypress 

Center 

Chester 

Peralta 

Campbell 

Willow- 
Wood 

Cedar 



1052 
1102 
1152 
1202 
1252 
1302 
1352 
1402 
1502 
1602 
1702 
1803 
1902 



302 

352 

401 

453 

502 

552 

602 

652 

702 

752 

802 

902 

952 
1002 
1052 
1202 
1182 
1202 
1252 
1302 
1352 
1402 
1452 
1502 
1602 
1652 
1702 
1752 
1852 
1902 Bay 
Twelfth Avenue, 
Antonio Creek N 



1152 
1202 
1252 

i; 02 

1362 
1402 

1452 
1502 
1552 



fm San 
to East 



20th, bet 11th and 13th avs. 



EAST STREET 

902 East 8th 
952 East 9th 

1002 East 10th 

1052 East 11th 

1102 East 12th 

1152 East 13th 

1202 East 14th 

1252 East 15th 

1302 East 16th 

1352 East 17th 

1402 East 18th 

1452 East l'.th 

1502 East 20th 
Twentieth, W s San Pablo 
av to Market, bet l&th and Twenty-Second Avenue 
21st. and Ws Market to West fm Central Pacific Railroad 



Linden 
Chestnut 
Adeline 
Magnolia 
Union 
Poplar 
Kirkham 
Cvpr^sg 
Chester 
Lewis 
Willow 
Pine 
Bay 
Twentieth Avenue, N fm 
San Antonio Creek to East 
21st, bet 19th and 21st avs. 

EAST STREET 

1102 East 12th 
East 13th 
East 14th 
East 15th 
East 16th 
East 17th 
East 18th 
East 19th 
East 20th 
East 21st 
Twenty-eighth, W s Mar- 
ket W to Beach, bet 26th and 
30th. 
Twenty-First, W s Broad- 
way to Market, bet -0th and 
Lydia. 

NORTH STREET 

452 Broadway 
502 Telegraph av 
652 Grove 
— San Pablo av 
- Brush 
West 
Curtis 
Twenty-first Avenue, N 
fm Central Pacific Railroad 
to Charter, bet 20th and 22d. 

EAST STREET 

1102 East 12th 

East loth 

East 14th 

East 15th 

East 16th 

East 17th 

Bast 18th 

East 19th 

East 20th 

East 21st 
Twenty-fourth, W s Mar- 
ket W to West Front, bet 22d 
and 26th. 
Twenty-second, W s Tele- 
egraph av to Market, bet 
Jones and Lvdia, and W s 
Market to West Front, N of 
20th. 

NORTH STREET 

502 Telegraph av 

652 Grove 

802 West 

902 Market 



802 
852 



1152 
1202 
1252 

1302 
1352 
1402 
1452 
1502 
1552 



Front bet 18th and 22d. 


to East 21st, bet 21st and 23d 


NORTH STREET 


avs. 


652 Grove 


east street 


802 West 


1102 East 12th 


902 Market 


1152 East 13th 


952 Mvrtle 


1202 East 14th 


1002 Filbert 


1252 East 15th 



1302 East 16th 
1352 East 17th 
1402 East 18th 
1452 East 19th 
1502 East 20th 
1"52 East 21st 
Twenty-sixth, W « Market 
W to West Front, bet 24th 
and 2Sth. 
Tyler, E fm San Antonio 

Creek to Park av. 
Union, N s South Front X to 
Pt-ralta, bet Magnolia and 
Poplar. 
east street 
602 First 
702 Third 
802 Fifth 
852 Seventh 
902 Eighth 
1002 Tenth 
1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twentv-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
1802 Twent'v-sisth 
1902 Twentv-eighth 
2002 Thirtieth 
2102 Thirty-second 
Union, N" s Mound S to Ed- 

rd. 

Union Place, bet East 12th, 
San Antonio Creek, Com- 
merce and 15th av. 
Valdez, SE fm East 12th to 

San Antonio Creek. 
A'alley, N fm Walnut to 
Elm, bet Broadway and Tel- 
egraph av. 
Wallace (or 28th) E s San 
Pablo av to Grove, bet Park 
and Alden. 
Walnut, f m E s Telegraph 
av to Webster, btt Hobart 
and Locust. 
■Walton (or 35th) fm W a 
Telegraph av to Linden, bet 
Brown and Logan. 
north street 
502 Telegraph av 
652 Grove 
802 West 
902 Market 
Warren, E fm Park av bet 

Franklin and Putnam. 
Washington. X s South 
Front B to 14th, bet Broad- 
way and Clay. 

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 



70 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


Water, fmWg East* Front 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


1302 Sixteenth 


Wto Market bet South Front 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


1402 Eighteenth 


and 1st, and W s Peralta to 


2002 Thirtieth 


1502 Twentieth 


West Front bet Eagle and 


2102 Thirty-second 


1602 Twenty-second 


2d. 


2202 Thiity-fourth 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Watts, NW fm Peralta to 


West Front, N along west- 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


citv limits, near C 


ern city limits to northern 


Willow, E fm San Antonio 


Webster, N s South Front N 


charter line. 


Creek to Park av, E O. 


to 20th, bet Harrison and 


Wilcox Place, bet Tele- 


Wilson, E fm 13th av to 


Franklin. 


graph av, 20th and 21st. 


Fruit Vale Railroad track. 


EAST STREET 


William, W s Peralta W to 


Wilton, W fm San Pablo av 


602 First 


West Front, bet Atlantic and 


to Market, near 24th. 


652 Second 


7th. 


Wood, N s South Front N to 


702 Third 


NORTH STREET 


Beach, bet Willow and Pine. 


752 Fourth 


1652 Campbell 


EAST STREET 


802 Fifth 


1702 Willow 


202 State 


826 Sixth 


1752 Wood 


302 Fulton 


852 Seventh 


1802 Pine 


402 Pearl 


902 Eighth 


1852 Cedar 


452 Eagle 


952 Ninth 


1902 Bav 


602 Hudson 


1002 Tenth 


William, bet San Pablo and 


552 Water 


1052 Eleventh 


Telegraph aYB, N of Fred- 


602 First 


1102 Twelfth 


erick. 


702 Third 


1152 Thirteenth 


Willow, N s South Front 


752 Fourth 


1202 Fourteenth 


bet Campbell and Wood, N 


802 Fifth 


1252 Fifteenth 


to Beach. 


826 William 


1302 Sixteeuth 


EAST STREET 


852 Seventh 


1352 Seventeenth 


202 State 


902 Division 


1402 Eighteenth 


302 Fulton 


934 Chase 


West, N fm intersection of 


402 Pearl 


966 Taylor 


6th and Market to 22d, and 


452 Eagle 


1002 Seward 


fm 26th to northern city 


502 Hudson 


1052 Lincoln 


limits. 


552 Water 


1102 Twelfth 


EAST STREET 


602 First 


1202 Fourteenth 


902 Eighth 


702 Third 


1302 Sixteenth 


1002 Tenth 


752 Fourth 


1402 Eighteenth 


1102 Twelfth 


802 Fifth 


1502 Twentieth 


1202 Fourteenth 


826 William 


1602 Twenty-second 


1302 Sixteenth 


852 Seventh 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


1402 Eighteenth 


902 Division 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


1502 Twentieth 


934 Chase 


1902 Twenty- eighth 


1526 Twenty-first 


966 Taylor 


Verba Buena Avenue, 


1552 Lydia 


1002 Seward 


SW fm San Pablo av to 


1602 Twenty-second 


1052 Lincoln 


Beach, crossing city limits 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


1102 Twelfth 
1202 Fourteenth 


on Watt's Tract. 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 

B Berkeley nr near 

bet between res resides 

cor corner s side 

E East S South 

E. O East Oakland SE South-east 

E s East side SW South-west 

N North W West 

NE North-east W. B West Berkeley 

N. R. R. B. B., Northern W. D. Co. Western Develop- 

Railroad Berkeley Branch ment Company 

NW North-west W. O West Oakland 



A 

Aaron A., with Oakland Planing Mills 

Aaron David, second hand clothing, res 855 Clay 

Abbey Richard, mining, res 819 Webster 

Abbey F. J. Mrs., res 819 Webster 

Abbott Charles, carpenter, res NW cor Castro and Fifth 

Abbott Joseph, res NW cor Castro and Fifth 

Abbott Joseph E., carpenter, res NW cor Castro and Fifth 

Abbott Mary M., widow, res 725 Filbert 

Abel Charles, master mariner, N s Bristol nr Eighth 

Abel George A., res S s Seward bet Pine and Wood 

ABELE ADAM, saloon and res 1520 Seventh 

ABELE M. MRS., midwife, res 1520 Seventh 

ABELL IRVING L., City numberer, res 658 Twenty-sixth 

Aber Jehile, laborer, res N s Short nr Cedar 

Abers Emma, domestic, 566 Eleventh 

Abraham Ernest, salesman with Lippman & Salinger, res 

476 Ninth 
Abrego Ysmael, salesman with Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 

(S F.) res 946 Wood 
Academy of Music (hall) 473 Sixth 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer, 367 Eleventh 
Acherson John, farmer, res cor Shattuck and University av, 

Berkeley 



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Woodward & Taggart NEGOTIATE LOANS, 460-462 Eighth. 

72 OAKLAND [ A ] DIRECTORY. 

Acker E. M., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill 

Adams Amos C, attj-at-law, res 226 Ninth 

Adams A. W., carpenter, res NE cor Third and Franklin 

Adams Charles W., carpenter, res N s William bet Bay and 

Cedar 
Adams E. M., (widow) res SW cor Myrtle and Tenth 
Adams Frank H., student, res 590 Brown 
Adams Frank J., res W s Telegraph av nr Fifty-first 
Adams George, laborer with J. I. Bliven & Co., res 269 Ninth 
Adams George A. (Marston & Adams) res 753 Webster 
Adams Henry B., gunsmith, res SE cor William and Pine 
Adams Jacob F., carpenter, res 806 Jefferson 
ADAMS JOHN S., physician and surgeon, 1004 Broadway, 

rooms 6-7, res 565 Seventeenth 
Adams J. R., foreman W. D. Co., res Sunnyside House 
Adams Lemuel, res 565 Seventeenth 
Adams Robert H., clerk (S. F.) res 590 Brown 
ADAMS WILLIAM G., housemover and raiser, cor Nine- 
teenth and Curtis, res 809 Nineteenth 
Adamson Margaret Miss, dressmaker, 461 Ninth 
Addison J. R., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 365 

Ninth 
Adie Mary E. Mrs., res 808 Jackson 
JEtna Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Spencer Martin agt, 

1106 Broadway 
AGARD A. H., physician and surgeon, office NE cor Twelfth 

and Broadway, res 1259 Alice 
Agard George L., clerk with G. W. McKeand, res 311 

Green, S. F. 
Agnew Mary Miss, res Telegraph av nr Twenty -first 
Ah Len (Chinese) laundry, N s Fifteenth bet Jefferson and 

Grove 
Ah Sam (Chinese) laundry, 559 Broadway 
Ahearn Julia Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. H. Evans, res 

860 Jefferson 
Ahearn Patrick, deckhand stmr Capital 
Aher Jeremiah, res 1814 Grove 
Ahern Cornelius, laborer, res 729 Fifth 
Ahern Richard, painter W. D. Co. 
Ahern Thomas (Callahan & Ahren) 
Ahrens John, expressman, res SE cor San Pablo av and 

Locust 
Aien Christian, carpenter, res 664 Twenty-sixth 
Aienes Henry E., carpenter, res E s Sixth nr Holyoke, W.B. 
AINSWORTH A. G., real estate agent and employment 

office, 462 Tenth, res 586 Tenth 



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Office, 224 Montgomery St.. S. F.. or Park st., Alameda. 



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Ainsworth Henry W., res GG1 Washington 

Aitken James, boilermaker, res 1708 Seward 

Aiton James, plasterer, res 323 Eleventh 

Akerly Benjamin Iiev. D. D., retcor St. John's Episcopal 
Church, res SW cor Adeline and Sixteenth 

Akerly Ben. M., clerk with W. B. Hardy, res SW cor Ade- 
line and Sixteenth 

Akstrand Alexander, stairbuilder with Burnham, Standeford 
& Co., res S s Elm nr Telegraph av 

ALAMEDA COUNTY BRANCH HOME MUTUAL IN- 
SURANCE CO. (tire, S. F.) B. H. Magill manager, H. 
A. Craig secretary, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 

ALAMEDA COUNTY WEEKLY GAZETTE, Chamber- 
lain & Powers publishers and proprietors, 911 Broad- 
way 

ALAMEDA IRON WORKS, E. E. Walker proprietor, NW 
cor Franklin and Second 

Alameda Macadamizing Co., F. E, Weston president, T. P. 
Wales secretary, office 95-1 Broadway 

Albee Honestus M., woodcarver W. D. Co., res 1670 Eighth 

Albertson W. T., machinehand Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 
Sixteenth ay bet East 14th and East 15th 

Albrecht August (Schroder & Albrecht, S. F.) res cor Eighth 
and Henry 

Albrecht Charles, wheelwright Oakland Paving Co 

Albrecht Frederick, cigars and tobacco, NW cor Wood and 
Seventh, res Pine bet Eighth and Ninth 

Albrecht Max, porter The Centennial 

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

Alburn George W., fruit and confectionery, 1512 Seventh 

Alden B. W., teamster, res Kofi's' Hotel 

Alden Charles E., marble polisher, res 722 Myrtle 

Alden S. E., farmer, res cor Plumas and Harper, Temescal 

Alden — , res 517 Third 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker, res S s Eighth bet Campbell and 
Willow 

Aldis Elizabeth Mrs., nurse, res 1669 Eighth 

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

Aldrich C. A., salesman Cal. Pottery and Terra Cotta Works 

Aldrich Charles H., laborer with E. <fc A. Newland, res Alta 
nr Pleasant Valley av 

Aldrich George C, N s Sycamore nr Grove 

Aldrich Lucius A., artesian wellborer, res N s Sycamore nr 
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Aldrich William, police officer, res Jones nr San Pablo av 

Alexander Emeline Mrs., laundress, 625 Tenth 

Alexander Henry, clothing and boots and shoes, 1754 Seventh, 

res Grand Western Hotel 
Alexander Henry, clerk with I. Alexander, res S s Telegraph 

av bet Twenty -first and Twenty-second 
ALEXANDER ISADORE, boots and shoes, 845 Broadway, 

res 1564 Telegraph av 
Alexander James, expressman, SE cor Broadway and Seventh, 

res S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av 
Alexander L. L., superintendent Manhattan Marble Co., res 

NE cor Summit and Prospect pi 
Alga Richard (May & Alga) res S s Seventh bet Henry and 

Chester 
Alger George C, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 963 Fifth 
ALHAMBRA HOUSE, G. D. Atkinson proprietor, NW cor 

San Pablo av and R. R- crossing 
Allard Aldei (Klumpp & Allard) res Washington Hotel 
Allardt George F., civil engineer (S. F.) res 1127 Linden 
Allegrata A., res 1772 Seventh 
Allen B. B., conductor C. P. R. R., res N s Division nr 

Wood 
Allen Bernard, carpenter, res Tremont House 
Allen Bernard K., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 513 

Ninth 
Allen C, laborer with Grove-st Planing Mill 
Allen Charles, res Knox House 

Allen Charles, clerk, res NE cor Third and Franklin 
Allen Charles E. (MatheAvs & Allen) res East 15th bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth avs 
Allen David P., cabinetmaker with Philip Schreiber, res 

William bet Cedar and Wood 
Allen Elihu, stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill, res 327 

Eleventh 
Allen Fannie E., teacher Lafayette School, res 605 Ellis, S.F. 
Allen George S., bookkeeper with N. S. Arnold & Co. (S. 

F.) res 814 Fourteenth 
Allen Hyram E., student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Allen James E., porter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Allen James V., painter, res Ss Forty-fourth nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal. 
Allen Margaret, widow, res S s Fifth nr Chester 
ALLEN M. W., proprietor Oakland Carriage Manufactory, 

SE cor Tenth and Franklin, res 368 Tenth 
Allen Orrin, dispatcher C. P. R. R., res 833 Cedar 
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Allen Susan, widow, midwife, res N s William bet Pine and 

Wood 
Allen Truman H., res N s Fifth bet Jackson and Madison 
Allen W., wellborer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Allen William A., res cor Adeline and Thirty-sixth 
Allen William J., butcher, W s San Pablo av nr Adeline, res 

Eureka Hotel 
Allen William M., carpenter, res NW cor Chestnut and 

Fourteenth 
Alliot E., hairworker, store and res 465 Sixth 
Almv William C, jeweler, res 830 Clay 
Alphonse Joseph, res W s Fifth nr Delaware, W. B. 
Alt John, painter W. D. Co., res 756 Willow 
Alt W. C. Mrs., res 600 Twelfth 

Alta House, John W. Donahar proprietor, 903 Washington 
Altendorf Julius, grinder Pacific Saw Factory, res NE cor 

Twenty-eighth and Magnolia 
Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls, S. F.) res 942 Linden 
Altrecht Frederick, cigarmaker, res E s Pine nr Division 
Amador Marble Works, Tubbs & Collins proprietors, Web- 
ster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Ambrose Norman H., carpenter, res SW cor Seventh and 

Willow 
AME & PHTT.fBERT (Paul Ame and Emile Philibert) pro- 
prietors Old Blaise House, Twelfth opp Lake Merritt 
Ame Paul (Ame k Philibert) res Old Blaise House 
AMERICAN BAKERY, Paul & Keier proprietors, 815 

Broadway 
AMERICAN' DISTRICT TELEGRAPH CO., B. K. Bates 

superintendent, Ninth nr Broadway 
AMERICAN RESTAURANT, Woodward & Bailey pro- 
prietors, NW cor East 11th and Twelfth av 
Ames Albert N., carriage painter with King & Williams, res 

Stewart's Hotel 
Ames' Butcher Town (Peabody's Landing), 3 miles NW from 

City Hall 
Ames Henrv M., wholesale butcher, 1068 Broadway, res 

1267 Webster 
Ames John, clerk Police Court, City Hall, res 1571 Broadway 
Ames Nelson, stock raiser, res 1116 Broadway 
Amidon John, driver with Meader & Co. res 711 Fifth 
Amidon Simeon J., driver with Whitney & Co., res 711 Fifth 
Amos Joseph, steward Oakland Ferries, res 707 Washington, 

rear 
Amrose Manuel, with T. W. Corder, res Union av nr Butch- 
ertown 



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Amstutz Charles L, (Reichling & Arnstutz) res 261 Twelfth 

Aniyx Amelia, boarding, University av nr Choate, B. 

Amyx Josephine Miss, student University 

Anderson Aliene Miss, student Taylor's Business College, 
res Twelfth bet Broadway and Washington 

Anderson Andrew H., house painter, res N s Seventeenth 
bet Center and Cypress 

Anderson Catherine Miss, res NE cor Jefferson and Sixth 

Anderson Charles, deckhand stmr Capital 

Anderson Christian, painter, res 764 Brush 

Anderson Chris., shipwright W. D, Co., res Central Pacific 
Railroad House 

Anderson Clara, domestic 1051 Market 

Anderson Edward, bellboy Grand Central Hotel 

Anderson E. W. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res E s 
Webster nr Eighteenth 

Anderson Fritz, machine hand Grove-st Planing Mill, res 
764 Brush 

Anderson George D., bricklayer, res W s Filbert nr Twenty- 
sixth 

Anderson George W., expressman, res Ns Atlantic bet Wil- 
low and Campbell 

Anderson Isaac, res 822 East 12th 

Anderson James, mining, res 490 Locust 

Anderson James A., laborer C. P. 11. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change 

Anderson James M., tinsmith with J. G. Anderson, res 1579 
Broadway 

ANDERSON J. G., stoves, tinware, gasfitting and plumb- 
ing, 1209 Broadway, res 1579 Broadway 

Anderson J. P., agent Cal. Cracker Co., res 409 Fourth 

Anderson John, carpenter W. D. Co., res E s Lewis nr Fifth 

Anderson John, tailor, S s Twelfth bet Webster and Frank- 
lin 

Anderson John G. jr., tinsmith with J. G. Anderson, res 
1579 Broadway 

Anderson Joseph, stevedore, res N s East 14th bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth avs 

Anderson Julia Mrs., res NE cor Jefferson and Sixth 

Anderson Maggie, domestic with W. H. J. Matthews 

Anderson Maggie, domestic W s Adeline nr Eighteenth 

Anderson N., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Anderson Ole, shipwright W. D. Co., res 1056 Third 

Anderson Peter, sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, res Lydia 
bet Twenty-first and Twenty -second 

Anderson Peter, seaman, res N s Forty-second nr Grove 



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Anderson Salome, res 572 Tenth 

Anderson Seddie E. Miss, student University, res Young 

Ladies' Club 
Anderson Simon, coal, 1051 Poplar 
Anderson Stewart M., student University 
Anderson Thomas, engineer Oakland Ferry, res W s Bay nr 

Short 
Andrews Alida B. Miss, student University 
Andrews C. B., driver Oakland K. R., res 509 Eighth 
Andrews Edward J., carpenter, res E s Humboldt av \ mile 

S of University 
Andrews Frank P., watchmaker Cal. Watch Co., res SWcor 

University av and Sixth, W. B. 
Andrews George, stevedore C. P. R. R., res 810 Twenty- 
second 
Andrews John R., house painter, res N sElm nr Telegraph av 
Andrews Nicholas G., mining, res 698 Sycamore 
Andrews Peter, teamster with A. Mclnnis, res S s Seventh 

bet Market and Brush 
Andrews Robert W., engineer Standard Soap Co., res cor 

Third and Allston, W. B. 
Andrews — Miss, res Wilcox House 

Andressen Christian (Andressen Bros., S. F.) res 862 Chester 
Andressen John (Andressen Bros., S. F.) res 862 Chester 
Andrus T. B. Mrs., res NW cor Park and San Pablo av 
Andrus W. R., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res Tenth 

bet Center and Cypress 
Angwin Alfred, carpenter, res 1810 William 
Angwin James A., carrepairer C. P. R. R., res William bet 

Pine and Cedar 
Anheuser William, foreman Standard Soap Co., res Park 

House, W. B. 
Annis Alexander G., plumber and tinner, E s San Pablo av 

nr University av, res S s Delaware nr Tenth, W. B. 
Anselmi Joseph & Co. (Joseph Anselmi and Graziana Codi- 

ga) milkmen, NW cor Racine and Merced av, Temescal 
Anselmi Joseph (Joseph Anselmi & Co.) res NW cor Racine 

and Merced av 
Anthony A. G., physician and surgeon, office and res SW 

cor Eighth and Willow 
Anthony Amy S., widow, res N s Eighteenth bet Myrtle and 

Filbert 
Anthony James Mrs., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Anthony Mark, laborer, res N s East 16th bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 



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Anthony Richard M., bookkeeper with Wm. Sherman & Co., 
S. F., res N s Eighteenth bet Myrtle and Filbert 

Anthony William T. (Macomber, Anthony & Co., S. F.) 
res SW cor Broadway and 21st 

Antonalle V., fish, N s Seventh nr Willow, res West Oak- 
land House 

Antonio John, porter Oakland ferry 

Apell Alma, domestic 916 Centre 

Apell Peter, caulker, W. D. Co. 

Appel Casper, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 

Appelgarth John, farmer, res NW cor Eleventh av and East 
11th 

Applegarth Mabel Miss, res 505 East lltli. 

Applegarth Sarah Miss, res 505 East 11th 

Applegarth Wm., mining, res 505 East 11th 

Appleton Wm. H. (Gotchet & Co.) res East 12th bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth avs 

APPONYI CHARLES E., architect, Thurlow Block, S. F., 
res 671 Tenth 

Archambault E. A., horseshoer with Sohst Bros., res 417 
Seventh 

Arens August T., sashmaker Oakland Planing Mill, res 823 
Filbert 

Arens Gertrude (widow) res 823 Filbert 

Arizia Rose Mrs., res 364 First 

Arkison James D., tailor with F. Hallihan, res cor B and 
Ettie 

Arlett Benjamin, bricklayer, res 700 Twenty-sixth 

Armand John, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Armes &, Gaskill (William Armes and George G. Gaskill) 
foreign and domestic stamps 472 Ninth 

Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam, S. F.) res 706 Thir- 
teenth 

Armes E. Clayton, distributor Contra Costa Laundry 

Armes George W. (Armes & Dallam, S. F.) res SE cor 
Brush and Thirteenth 

Armes Henry B., salesman with Armes & Dallam (S. F.) res 
706 Thirteenth 

Armes William (Armes & Gaskill) res SE cor Brush and 
Thirteenth 

Armstrong A. B., carpenter C. P. R. R. Co., res W s Market 
nr Fourth 

Armstrong Arthur B, butcher, res W s Market nr Fourth 

ARMSTRONG B. A. & SON, (B. A. and George F. Arm- 
strong) house, carriage and fresco painter, N s Twelfth 
bet Harrison and Alice, and 365 Eleventh 



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Armstrong Bradley A. (B. A. Armstrong & Son) res cor 
Broadway and Twenty-first 

Armstrong E. M., carriage painter with B. A. Armstong & 
Son, res cor 21st and Broadway 

Armstrong George F. (B. A. Armstrong & Son) res cor 
Broadway and Twenty-first 

Armstrong J. D. clerk with P. J. Pieilly, res Eureka Hotel 

Armstrong Bobert, carpenter, res Eland House 

Arnest J. M., res E s Haven nr Peralta 

Arnold C. H., flagman Alameda crossing C. P. B. B., res 
221 Second 

Arnold Harry B., res 1115 Third av 

Arnold Patrick H, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res 
Grand Central Hotel 

Arnold Peter J., teamster, res Overland House 

ARNOLD THOMAS J., city engineer and surveyor, office 
10 City Hall, res 957 Castro 

Arper Thomas, engineer Oakland City Flouring Mills, res 
S. F. 

Arps John, milk dairy, E s Linden nr Eighteenth 

Arras & Stephenson (George Arras and Richard H. Stephen- 
son) Point Market, 1753 Seventh 

Arras George (Arras & Stephenson) res Chase bet Wood 
and Willow 

Arrington M. L. Mrs., proprietor Berkeley Hotel, NE cor 
Humboldt av and Bancroft Way, B 

Arrington Wm. B., clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F.)res 
Berkeley Hotel 

Arth George Y., blacksmith with Sohst Bros 

Arthur E. M., paying teller Nevada Bank (S. F.) res NW 
cor Twelfth and Castro 

Arthur George X., res 819 Market 

Arthur J. D., res NW cor Twelfth and Castro 

Artman Philip, horseshoer, res 273 Ninth 

Ash Henry, plumber with J. H. Mackie, res 361 Tenth 

Ash James M., carpenter, res 1722 Wood 

Ashburner William Hon., professor mining Universitv, res 
1014 Pine, S. F. 

Ashby Delmar E., laborer with J. Lusk & Co., resE s Tele- 
graph av nr Sumner, Temescal 

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

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

Ashby William, res W s College av nr Asylum, B. 

Ashe William L., student University 

Ashford, George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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Ashley Lucius E., agent J. Lusk & Co., res N s Birch nr 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Askeu Emma Miss, res SE cor Fourth av and East 17th 
Askin J. W., well borer, res NW cor 6th and Jones, W. B. 
Aspern Henry, res S s East 16th nr Fourteenth av 
, Asssessor City, Joseph M. Dillon, office City Hall, room 1 
Assessor Township, Wm. F. Boardman, office Court House, 

room 3 
Atchinson B. M., res 603 East 14th 
Atherton George, student University, res N s Dwight Way 

nr Humboldt av, B. 
Atherton William, laborer Transcript, res N s Fifth nr 

Centre 
Atkins George, waiter Tubbs' Hotel, res SE cor Twenty- 
eighth and West 
Atkins Kobert, res 508 Eighth 
Atkinson & Perkins (Mrs. S. E. Atkinson and Miss M. C. 

Perkins) proprietors Tremont House, 1311 San Pablo av 
Atkinson C. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, cor Chapel and Uni- 
versity av, B. 
ATKINSON G. D., proprietor Alhambra House, NW cor 

San Pablo av and R. R. crossing 
Atkinson George, clerk C. P. R. R., S. F., res W s 5th av 

between East 15th and East 16th 
Atkinson George, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Atkinson George, wheelwright, res NE cor Seventh and 

Harrison 
Atkinson George W., insurance solicitor (S. F.) res S s 

Addison nr Shattuck, B. 
Atkinson James W., carpenter, 261 Eighth 
Atkinson Jennie, domestic, Second av nr College av, Temescal 
Atkinson John W., res Tremont House 
Atkinson J. W. Mrs., teacher piano, res 261 Eighth 
Atkinson S. E. Mrs. (Atkinson & Perkins) res Tremont 

House 
Atkinson Tamison Miss, braid-sewer Oakland Straw Works, 

res NE cor Harrison and Seventh 
Atkinson William, contractor and builder, res cor Sixth and i 

Webster 
Atkinson W. J., carpenter, res 659 Jackson 
ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TELEGRAPH CO., E. W. | 

Haskin, manager, office Broadway Railroad station ; 

Branch offices Broadway Wharf, Butchertown, West | 

Oakland, cor Market and. First, and Oakland Wharf 
Attorney City, Henry Vrooman, office City Hall 
Atwater Frank H., student University 

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A twill Joseph F., broker, res 907 Jackson 

Audiffred Hippolyte, wood and coal, N s Fourth nr Jeffer 

son, res S. F. 

Auditor County, Charles G. Reed, Court House, room 1 — 

Auerbach Louis, cigars (S. F.) res 586 Charter £ 

Augustus A., laborerer C. P. E. K. £ 
Augustus Domingo, laborer, res S s East 15th bet Eighteenth 

and Nineteenth avs 

AULD ROYAL I., books and stationery, 457 Ninth, res NE ^ 

cor Seventh and "Webster 
Austin & Wallace (A. C. Austin and AV. T. Wallace) cigars 

and tobacco, 956 Broadway Hj 

Austin A. C, machinist W. D. Co., res SE cor Fourth and >**" 

Harrison g 

Austin A. C. jr. (Austin & Wallace) res SE cor Harrison > 

and Fourth ^ 

Austin Edwin C, res E s Adeline nr Thirty-fourth p 

Austin Marcus E., broker, res 376 East Fourteenth £ 

Austin William, carpenter, res W s Filbert nr Twenty -fourth -. 

Austin — , millwright Oakland City Flouring Mills <h 

Auty Edwin, laundryrnan Contra Costa Laundry H 

Avens — Mrs., res 370 Third ^ 

Averill Clarence M., painter, res 257 Eighth f* 

Averill David, stableman with James Brown, res 257 Eighth r* 

Averill E. H., painter, res 257 Eighth ^ 

Averill Sarah Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. Ada Gage, res 609 ^ 

Tenth ^ 

Avery E. F., engineer, res 615 Thirteenth £ 




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Avery F. P., teamster, res 363 First 

Axel Claus, cook Newland Hotel Restaurant 

Ayer Isaac (Benedict & Ayer) res E s Park opp San Anto- 
nio av 

Ayers C. W., proprietor Willow Grove Park, N s University 
av bet Third and Fifth, W. B. 

AYERS D M., proprietor Eureka Livery Stable, NE cor 
Seventeenth and San Pablo av 

Ayers Edward L., res SW cor Third and Bristol, W. B. 

Ayers Joshua I., mining broker, res 958 Castro 

Ayers Ransom G., carpenter and builder, res 460 Twenty- 
first 

Ayers W. Mrs., res 909 Myrtle 

Ayers William H. (Gurnett & Ay res) res N s Twenty-eighth 
nr Filbert 

Ayla Manuel M., res W s Telegraph av nr Tehama, Temescal 



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Babbitt Salmon M., res SE cor Webster and Prospect pi 

Babcock & Douglas (Lafayette M. Babcock and Nathan S. 
Douglas) plumbing, sheet iron and tin workers, NE cor 
Linden and Thirtieth 

Babcock & Gould (George Babcock and Henry Gould) pro- 
prietors Oakland City Flouring Mills, 413-415 Third 

Babcock Amanda Mrs., res S s Seventh bet Filbert and 
Linden 

Babcock George (Babcock & Gould) 413 Third 

Babcock George L., music teacher Home School, res 408 
Thirteenth 

BABCOCK GEORGE W., importer and dealer hardware and 
agricultural implements, 955 Broadway, res SE cor East 
16th and Eleventh av 

Babcock Heman P., physician, office and res NW cor Wash- 
ington and Tenth 

BABCOCK HENRY O, proprietor Humboldt Park Hotel, 
E s Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek 

Babcock John H., carpenter with Power & Ough 

Babcock Lafayette M. (Babcock & Douglas) res NW cor 
Thirtieth and Chestnut 

BABUE DAVTD, proprietor Babue's Hotel, W s San Pablo 
av nr North Oakland Station 

BABUE'S HOTEL, David Babue proprietor, W s San Pablo 
av nr North Oakland Station 

Bachelder Phares J., house builder, res 1015 Fifth 



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Baclielder William K., carpenter, res 1379 Broadway 
Bachelder W. K. Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, res 1379 

Broadway 
Bachman Charles, barber, res 271 Ninth. 
Bach man Clara, nurse, 724 Fourteenth 

Bachman Hermann, harnessmaker, res Germania Garden, B. 
BACHMAN JOHN, proprietor Germania Garden Kestaurant 

and res cor Union and Strawberry Creek, B. 
Bachman John A., barber with Fred W. Sieglitz, res 271 

Ninth 
Bachmann Ernest, bookkeeper Hamburg & Bremen Packet 

Line (S. F.) res 811 Eleventh 
Backus Peter, furnished rooms, 462 Fifth 
Bacon Edward, plasterer, res 824 Twenty-second 
Bacon E. E. Mrs., res NE cor Seventh and Webster 
Bacon F. M., millwright Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., res 

SE cor Seventh av and East 11th 
Bacon H. D., res Oak bet Ninth and Tenth 
Bacon James H., confectioner, 965 Broadway, res Alta House 
Bacon John, bricklayer, res 824 Twenty-second 
Bacon John E., contractor, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 
Bacon L. Mrs., teacher music, res Eureka Hotel 
Bacon Lott B., plasterer, res 824 Twenty-second 
Bacon Martin (Randolph, Macintosh & Co., S. F.) res 1135 

Myrtle 
Bacon Wm. F., clerk with W. B. Hardy, res 1305 Broadway 
Badger Thos. W., proprietor Badger's Grand Central Park, 

res bet Seventh and Ninth avs and East 8th and East 10th 
Badger William G., agent Hallet & Davis pianos (S. F.) res 

Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 
Badgers' Grand Central Park, bet Seventh and Ninth avs 

and East 8th and East 10th 
Bagge C. L. E., farmer, res SW cor Peralta and Fourteenth 
Bagge Theodore F. (C. James King of Wm. & Co., S. F.) 

res SE cor Center and Seventh 
Baggs Robert, plumber, res 808 Third 
Bagfin James, groceries and liquors, store and res W s San 

Pablo av bet Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth 
Bahls J. F. W. (Althof & Bahls, S. F.) res 942 Linden 
Bahr Gottlieb, teacher German, res 814 Henry, rear 
BAILEY & CO., (James Bailey) proprietors Forest Tree Nur- 
sery, NW cor .East 12th and Third av 
Bailey & Cramer (A. P. Bailey and H. P. Cramer) photog- 
raphers, 1713 Seventh 
Bailey A., fireman C. P. R. B., res S s Goss bet Wood and 

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Bailey A. P. (Bailey & Cramer) res 1713 Seventh 

Bailey Austin, painter W. D. Co., and furnished rooms, SW 

cor Seventh and Pine 
Bailey Fannie, domestic, 577 Twelfth 
Bailey George E., vaquero, res junction Peralta and A 
Bailey George L., carpenter, res S s Fifteenth nr Broadway 
Bailey James (Bailey & Co.) res 1115 Third av 
Bailey James, gardener, res 464 Third 
Bailey J. C, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Bailey J. N., street contractor, res NW cor Sixth av and East 

16th 
Bailey John, blacksmith with T. D. Weymouth, res 464 

Third 
Bailey Oscar J. (Woodward & Bailey) res NW cor Thirteenth 

av and East 11th 
BAILEY ROBERT S., proprietor^bar steamer El Capitan, 

res 1520 Eighth 
Bailey S. A., clerk with F. L. Courvoisier, res NW cor Web- 
ster and Eighth 
Bailey Samuel jr., scroll sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

701 Brush 
Bailey William H., carpenter, res E s Seventh bet Delaware 

and Bristol, W. B. 
Bailey William L, res 675 Fifth 
Bailey W. T., foreman Oakland Daily Transcript, res 800 

Franklin 
Bailey W. W., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res W s Lin- 
den nr Sixteenth 
Bain M. Mrs., doctress and midwife, res 517 Seventh 
Bain Maggie, domestic, E s Adeline nr Eighteenth 
Bainbridge John P., res SW cor Wood and William 
Bair XL, fireman C, P. K. K. 
Baird Samuel, carpetlayer with Starkweather & Son, res 409 

Twelfth 
Baker & Hanchette (Edmund G. Baker and Harry J. Han- 

chette) pianos, organs and sheet music, 1163 Broadway 
Baker A. F., contractor, res S s Sixteenth nr Grove 
Baker Albert, hairdresser, 1067 Broadway 
Baker Alfred S., grainer, res S s Eleventh nr Castro 
Baker A. S. Mrs., dressmaking, 1104 Broadway 
Baker Charles, clerk, res 777 Fourteenth 
Baker Charles W., painter, res 956 Franklin 
Baker Con., assayer (S. F.) res 558 Sixth ' 
Baker Edmund G. (Baker & Hanchett) res SW cor Franklin 

and Seventeenth 
Baker Edwin F., butcher with J. F. Smith, res 1313 Brush 



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Baker G. A., truckman, res 759 Jefferson 

Baker Harry B., transfer clerk U.;S. Mint (S.JF.) res 1104 
Broadway 

Baker Hattie Miss, res 777 Fourteenth 

BAKER H. Y., postmaster W. O. Post Office, res 1068 
Wood 

Baker J. C. Bev., res 777 Fourteenth 

Baker Jennie, cook The Centennial 

Baker John, boot and shoemaker, 455 Fourth 

Baker John G., clerk W. D. Co., res E s West bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 

Baker John Mrs., employment office, 455 Fourth 

Baker Justus, laborer, res 608 Fourth 

Baker L. B., picture dealer, res N s Sixteenth bet Cypress 
and Kirkham 

Baker Livingston L. (Baker & Hamilton,* S. F.) res Fruit 
Vale av 

Baker Lizzie J. Miss, student University, res 777 Fourteenth 

Baker Lorenzo, carpenter, res Humboldt House 

Baker Mark Sibley, picture dealer, res N s Sixteenth bet Cy- 
press and Kirkham 

Baker Orrin V., machinist with Power & Ough, res S s Short 
nr Pine 

BAKER PETER, groceries, provisions and liquors, 823 
Broadway, res 362 Fifth 

Baker Rush D., clerk with C. P. Ferris (S. F.) res 937 
Myrtle 

Baker Silas, carpenter, res N s Laurel bet Telegraph av and 
Broadway 

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

Baker William, res 1123 Eleventh av 

Baker William, tanner, res Eastern Hotel 

Baldridge John, barber, res 806 Grove 

BALDWIN ALEXANDER, proprietor Sunnyside House, 
SW cor Thirteenth and Harrison -~ 

Baldwin Clifton, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Baldwin Cornelia S. Miss, student University, res 930'Ade- 
line 

Baldwin C. S. Mrs., res 930 Adeline 

BALDWIN DAVID M. (Baldwin, Reilay & Bradway) phy- 
sician and surgeon, 1059 Broadway, res 1160 Alice 

BALDWIN, REILAY & BRADWAY (David M. Baldwin, 
J. P. Reilay and J. R. Bradway) physicians and sur- 
geons, 1059 Broadway 

Baldwin S. C, physician and surgeon, 1113 Broadway 



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86 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Baldwin — Mrs., res Blake House 

Balfen Hubert, tailor with M. J. Healy, res Mechanics' 

Home 
Ball Charles H., engineer C. P. R. R., res 1668 Chase 
Ball E. M. Miss, res 1668 Chase 
Ball Francis, master mariner, res 1261 Clay 
Ball Hattie H. Miss, res 1668 Chase 
Ball Horace W., clerk (S. F.) res 1668 Chase 
Ball John A., office 461 Ninth, res 682 Park 
Ball Nicholas J., clerk with Miller & Lovius, res 1261 Clay 
Ball R. C,, architect, res 1012 Adeline 
Ball Thomas, carpenter W. D. Co. 
Ball's Sweeping Dredge Co., George Miller president, P. B. 

Chamberlain secretary, 461 Ninth 
Ballagh Robert C, stove-plate moulder, res 270 Fifth 
Ballantyne William, painter, 1167 Franklin, and extraman 

Engine Co. No. 1, res SW cor Franklin and Fourteenth 
Ballard Charles, laborer C. P. R. R., res Star House 
Ballard George A., laborer W. D. Co., res Ss Short nr Cedar 
Ballard James W., saloon, 1791 Seventh, res 942 Wood 
Ballard S. K., bookkeeper with Power & Ough, res 531 East 

14th 
Ballinger Mary Miss, res 476 Twelfth 
Balmforth R. Mrs., dressmaking, Pinking and fringing, S s 

Sixteenth nr Clay 
Balmforth Ralph, res S s Sixteenth nr San Pablo av 
Baltz A. Mrs., res 916 Center 

Balzer John, shoemaker, 713 Broadway, res Overland House 
Balzerano Teresa, domestic, res 1714 Seward 
Bamford William, physician, 657 East 12th, res East 15 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs 
Bangle & Chase (Bransom Bangle and George Chase) house 

and sign painters, SE cor East 12th and Twelfth av 
Bangle Alice R. Mrs., res E s Tenth av bet East 14th and 

East 15th 
Bangle Bransom (Bangle & Chase) res SE cor East 16th and 

Tenth av 
BANGLE E., carriage painter, 801-803 East 12th, res cor 

Sixth av and East 18th 
Bangle Phoebe Mrs., res SE cor East 16th and Tenth av 
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 E s Brush nr Seven- 
teenth 
Bankhead J. W., helper Oakland Planing Mill, res 752 Castro 



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OAKLAND [ £ ] DIRECTORY. 87 

Bankliead Malcolm (Bankhead & Sons) res 752 Castro 
Bankhead Malcolm JR., tinsmith Jas. Dalziel, res 752 Castro 
Banks Charles W., clerk with Wells, Fargo <fc Co (S. F.) res 

NW cor Telegraph av and Walton 
Banks James, porter C. P. K. R., res E s Peralta nr Fifth 
Banks Wm. O., draughtsman (S. F.) res E s Twelfth av bet 

East 16th and East 17th 
Banks — , with Oakland Paving Co., res 71 Valley 
Baptist Chnrch, NE cor Tenth av and East 14th 
Baptiste & Fibush (John Baptiste and Aron Fibush) cigar 

manufacturer, 470 Seventh 
Baptiste Anton, deckhand Oakland Ferry 
Baptiste John (Baptiste & Fibush) res Eighth bet Broadway 

and Washington 
BARBAGELATA F. & CO. (F. Barbagelata) hardware, 

crockery and glassware, 1070 Broadway 
Barbagelata Frank (F. Barbagelata & Co.) res 606 Third 
Barbara Mary, domestic, 1117 Castro 

BARBER E. T., physician and surgeon, room 9 Cosmopoli- 
tan House, res The Centennial 
Barber George, bricklayer, res 360 Fifth 
Barber Matthew O., farmer, res cor Second and Hudson, 

Temescal 
Barber Richard, spring-bed maker (S. F.) res E s Ellsworth 

nr Bancroft way, B. 
Barbere John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Barclay Peter T., clerk with Logan & Hatch (S. F.) res E s 

Linden bet Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Barenkamp E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 409 Ninth 
Barfield John F., student University, res Humboldt Hotel 
Baringer Peter H., groceries, SW cor Sixteenth and Cypress 
Baringer Wm., res SW cor Sixteenth and Cypress 
BARKER ALFRED Z. T., painter and grainer, 340 Twelfth, 

res W s Adeline bet Thirty-fourth and Thirty-sixth 
Barker Charles R., driver Oakland R. R. Co., res NE cor 

Twenty-sixth and Myrtle 
Barker Frank, furniture, 468 Eighth, res 470 Eighth 
Barker James L., hardware (S. F.) res 1217 Webster 
Barker John P., bookkeeper with Charles L. Taylor, res cor 

Bay pi and Telegraph av 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper (S. F.) res NE cor Prospect and 

Webster 
Barker Lucy Mrs., res 916 Harrison 
Barker Timothy L., grocer (S. F.) res 952 Myrtle 
Barkhouse Frederick C, carpenter, res 557 Sixth 
Barman John, carpenter, res 1005 Fifth 



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Barnes Charles D., machinist with H. W. Barnes, res 410 

Third 
Barnes George, cook Brooklyn Dining Rooms 
Barnes George B., blindmaker Pioneer Mills, res 410 Third 
BARNES H. W., manufacturer and dealer doors, windows, 

blinds, sash weights, etc., 680 East Twelfth, res 562 

East 14th 
Barnes Thomas, laborer, res E s Adeline nr Third 
Barnes Thomas, laborer W. D. Co., resNE cor Atlantic and 

Wood 
Barnes William, with C. P. R. R,, res 461 Ninth 
Barnet John, policeman, res 523 Eighth 
BARNETT E., fancy and staple dry goods, 366 Eighth 
Barnett John J., saloon, NW cor Forty -ninth and Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Barnett Robert Mrs., res W s Filbert bet Sixteenth and 

Eighteenth 
Barnett Rufus P., superintendent Dredging Co. Oakland 

Harbor, res S s Seward bet Campbell and Willow 
Barney Milton, res 912 Sixth av 
Barnhard George, carpenter C. P. R. R., res N s Seventh nr 

Pine 



H. W. BARNES, 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 





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Constantly on hand and Made to Order, all kinds of Mullion and Bay Window 

Sash — Segment, Circle Top, Round Corners. Inside or outside Blind to same. 

Also, STORE FRONTS. 



OFFICE and WAREHOUSE, 680 East 12th, BROOKLYN. 
Manufactory at Brooklyn Planing Mills, 

Corner East Twelfth and Commerce, East Oakland. 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 89 

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

Barnstead — , res NE cor Wood and Eighth 

Barnuni's Restaurant, Pagge Bros, proprietors, SE cor 

Broadway and Seventh 
Barnuro S. L.,. fruit pedlar, res 707 Franklin 
Baroni Domingo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Barraud Philipe, cook Barnum's Restaurant, res SE cor 

Broadway and Seventh 
Barrett & McMahon (D. W. Barrett and P. McMahon) sa- 
loon, 422 Eleventh 
Barrett A., bootmaker, 1220 Broadway, res ~ 570 Fifteenth 
Barrett Alex. P., butcher, res foot of Division 
Barrett Charles R., res 1961 Grove 
Barrett Cornelius W., res E s Curtis bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Barrett Dominique, saloonkeeper, res 819 Center 
Barrett D. W. (Barrett & McMahon) and extraman Engine 

No. 2. res Central Pacific Hotel 
Barrett George H., farmer, res S s Eighth nr Linden 
Barrett John, laborer, res NE cor East 14th and Thirteenth av 
Barrett John, brakeman C. P. R. R., res Ss Wood bet 

Eighth and Chase 
Barrett Lizzie, seamstress, res NE cor Market and Third 
Barrett Mary E. Mrs., res Es Curtis bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Barrett Michael, boilermaker W. D. Co., res Railroad Ex- 
change 
Barrett Patrick, butcher, 835 Washington, res 514 Fifth 
Barrett Thomas, carriage painter with J. O. N. Smith, res 

cor Thirteenth av and East 14th 
Barrilis Diego, Italian Consul (S. F.) res N s Lake bet 

Jackson and Madison 
Barris Clermont C, stockbroker (S. F) res 660 Fourteenth 
Barrows Frank P. (Sadler & Barrows, S. F.) res Webster nr 

Moss av 
Barrows Thomas, res Webster extension bet Broadway and 

Moss av 
Barry David, farmer, res N s Alcatraz av nr Telegraph av 
Barry David, gardener, res 1022 West 

Barry Edward, real estate, res NW cor Tenth and Chestnut 
Barry Harry, waiter Grand Western Restaurant 
Barry Jennie Miss, student University, res Young Ladies' 

Club 
Barry John, laborer, res Peralta bet Seventh and Eighth 
Barry John, laborer, res cor Tenth and Franklin 
Barry Michael, carpenter, res 1022 West. 



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90 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Barry Michael, stableman Clifford's Livery Stable, res 1009 

Franklin 
Barry Myron S., carpenter, res S s Eighteenth nr West 
Ban-y Patrick, laborer, res 818 Linden 

Barry Richard, butcher, res NW cor Eighteenth and Kirk- 
ham 
Barry William, gardener, res 939 Campbell 
Barstow Alfred, atty-at-law (S. F.) res N s Eighteenth nr 

Linden 
Barstow Anson (Sarpy, Barstow & Co.) res 1104 Broadway 
Barstow D. P., atty-at-law (S. F.) res NW cor Market and 

Eighteenth* 
Barstow Joseph, res 1322 Harrison 
Bartels Byron, barber with C. Bartels, res 752 Brush 
Bartels Charles, barber, 457 Seventh, res cor Twenty-fourth 

and Valley 
Bartels Henry, bartender with John Holden, res S s Twenty- 
first bet Broadway and Telegraph av 
Bartels Jurgen Henry, res cor 475 Twenty-first 
Bartels William, upholsterer with E. Hook, res 817 Castro 
BARTER GEORGE W., editor and publisher Brooklyn Vi- 

dette, NE cor Thirteenth av and East 14th 
Bartholomew George, res N s East 14th nr Twenty-eighth av 
Bartle J., widow, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
Bartles William G., superintendent Oakland Point Planing 

Mill 
Bartlett Edward, carpenter, res Railroad Exchange 
Bartlett E. E., res Grand Western Hotel 
Bartlett Harry E., driver Contra Costa Laundry, res W s 

Kirkham nr Twelfth 
Bartlett House, R. Meacham proprietor, 473 Seventh 
Bartlett J. J., carpenter, res 406 First 
Bartlett Pliny (Contra Costa Laundry Association) res SW 

cor Eighth and Wood 
Bartlett William C, editor S. F. Bulletin, res S s Prospect 

pi nr Webster 
Bartlett William S., teller National Gold Bank and Trust 

Co., (S. F.) res SE cor Thirteenth and Castro 
Bartlett — , laborer with Corlies & Merritt 
Bartling Clara Miss, student University, res Young Ladies' 

Club 
BARTLING WILLIAM (Bartling & Kimball, S. F.) res 719 

Fourteenth 
Basham Frederick, modeler with Miller & Winson, res cor 

Market Seventeenth 
Bashford Coles A., student University, res Berkeley Hotel 



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Drink Napa Soda and enjoy life and health. Agency, 469 Ninth, 



OAKLAND []}] DIRECTORY. 91 

Basnett John D., clerk with William Dick & Co., res 478 

Ninth 
Bassett Alonzo, stonecutter, res 1117 West 
Bassett A. S., house painter, res 835 Willow 
Bassett James M,, journalist, res S s Seward bet Peralta and 

Campbell 
Bassett Joseph, res W s Fruit Yale av nr East 14th, Fruit 

Vale 
Bassett Robert, canvasser, res N s East 16th bet Twentieth 

and Twenty-first avs 
Bassini Bernardo, collector S. F. Gaslight Co., res 714 

Castro 
BastianF., blacksmith W. D. Co., res 1716 Eighth 
Batchelder J., engineer C. P. R. R. 
Batchelder Timothy Mrs., res 1329 Harrison 
Bates Ashel S., merchant, res Second av nr College av, Tem- 

escal 
BATES B. R., superintendent American District Telegraph 

Co., Ninth nr Broadway, res Winsor House 
Bates Charles D. (Sawyer, Bates & Co.) res W s Fifth av 

bet East 15th and East 16th 
Bates Edward, laborer with C. F. Hawkins 
Bates E. J., contractor, res SW cor B and Ettie 
Bates John, seaman, res N s Taylor bet Pine and Cedar 
Bates Robert, laborer with C. F. Hawkins 
Batterman Christopher S., student University, res Palace 

Club 
Battles John, res cor Seventeenth and Kirkham 
Baudendistel E., baker D. and D. and B. Asylum 
BAUDER CHRIS. & CO. (Chris. Bauder and George 

Yawart) proprietors Golden Star Hotel, 838 Broadway 
Bauder Chris. (Chris. Bauder & Co.) res 838 Broadway 
Baudin J. P., foreman Grove-st Planing Mill, res 605 Tenth 
Bauer C, wines and liquors, 1412 Broadway 
Bauer Frederick, res 416 Eighth 

BAUER JOHN, proprietor Mammoth Saloon, 810 Broad- 
way, r. 415 Fourth 
Bauer Hannah, domestic, W s Campbell, bet Lincoln and 

Twelfth 
Bauerle John, carpenter, res 759 Grove 
Baum George, brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Bauman John, carpenter, res S s Fifth bet Filbert and Lin- 
den 
Baumgart Solomon, pedlar, res 416 Fourth, rear 
Baxley George W., farmer, res SE cor Third and Madison 
Baxley J. W., laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 329 Third 



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92 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

Baxter Hall W., cashier with Crane & Brigliam (S. F.) res 
E s Adeline bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth 

BAXTER HOUSE, J. B. Baxter proprietor, San Pablo av sta- 
tion 

BAXTER J. B., proprietor Baxter House, San Pablo av sta- 
tion 

Baxter J. W., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res cor Third 
and Webster 

Baxter Thomas, laborer, res Overland House 

Baxter W. H. agent Workingmen's Building Association, 
911 Washington, res S F 

Baxter William S., clerk assay office, res W s Myrtle nr 
Eighteenth 

Bay District School, Miss Carrie Trimble principal, E s 
San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 

BAY NURSERY, Jas. Hutchison proprietor, NE cor Tele- 
graph av and Bay pi, depot and seed store SE cor Four- 
teenth and Washington 

BAY VIEW SALOON, John Miller proprietor, E s San 
Pablo av nr San Pablo station 

Bayerque J. B. Mrs., res 1219 Webster 




J. B. BAXTER, :::::::: Proprietor. 



San Pablo Avenue Station. 



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OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 93 

Bay ley George B., proprietor Oakland Poultry Yard, SW 
cor Seventeenth and Castro, res W s Castro nr Sixteenth 

Bayles Joseph, carpenter, res 873 Lydia 

Baylis Harry B., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 701 
Brush 

Beach Carrie Miss, res 926 Myrtle 

Beach Carnie W., res 863 Center 

Beach Henry H., res 913 Fifth av 

Beagle Frank M., carpenter, res N s Forty-second nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 

Beagle William, salesman with Melius Bros., res Temescal 

Beal Bufus, carpenter, res N s East 16th bet Twentieth and 
Twenty-first avs 

Beal William B.. res W s Eleventh av bet East 16th and 
East Seventeenth 

Beal Willis F., res N s East 16th bet Twentieth and Twenty- 
first avs 

Beal — , laborer with Corlies & Merritt 

Beale John, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Third 

Beale William T., machinist, res S s Logan nr Grove 

Beals John P., music printer and engraver (S. F.) res cor 
Twelfth av and East 22d 

Beam Charles Mrs., res 1502 Broadway 

Bean Alphonso G., plasterer, res 826 Lydia 

Bean .Archibald E., carpenter, res W s West nr Twenty-first 

Bean John, clerk with H. C. Taft & Co., res 1165 Broad- 
way 

Bear Abraham, switchman CPER, res 807 Washington 

Bear E., fireman CPRE, res Berkeley 

Bear Uriah A., fireman N E E B B, res N s Berkeley way nr 
Shattuck, B. 

Bearch Philip, barber (S. F.) res S s Twenty-second nr 
West 

Beardsley George B. (Swineborne & Beardsley) office 907 
Broadway, res N s William bet Wood and Pine 

Beardsley James S., res NE cor Market and Sixteenth 

Beardsley J. W., butcher Tubbs' Hotel 

Beardsley W. D., res 1156 Broadway 

Bearie Antone, laborer CPEE 

Beatty Jennie Miss, with E. Hook 

Beatty John, drayman, res 811 Sixteenth 

Beatty Lizzie Miss, dressmaker 1215 Jefferson 

BEAUDRY & MeAVOY, (L. M. Beaudry and H. McAvoy) 
undertakers, 835 Broadway 

BEAUDRY L. M., livery and sale stable, NE cor Broad- 
way and Seventh (and Beaudry & McAvoy) res 319 Sixth 



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94 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

Beauman L. W., professor of music, res 957 Grove 

Beauregard Frank, bookkeeper with Anton Bocqueraz, res 
Washington Hotel 

Bebee J. C. F., res Fruit Vale av 

Bechdel Nelson A., foreman round house C P E R, res 
Eighth bet "Willow and Wood 

Becht Charles, butcher with J. Schultz, res cor Fourteenth 
and Webster 

BECHT GEORGE J., plumbing and gas fitting, 1014 Broad- 
way, res 1013 Franklin 

Becht Joseph Mrs., res SE cor Fourteenth and Webster 

Becht's Saloon, Leopold Selna proprietor, S E cor Eleventh 
and Broadway 

Beck August, brewer Oakland Brewery 

Beck James C, clerk with Oakland Warehouse, cor First 
and Jefferson 

Beck P. S., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Beck Thomas, gardener, res cor Fourteenth and Filbert 

Beck William, saloon, 703 Broadway 

Becker A. C. Mrs., res S s Bancroft way nr Audubon, B. 

Becker A. R., physician (S. F.) res S s Bancroft way nr Au- 
dubon, B. 

Becker Charles, teamster, res N s Hobart nr Broadway 

Becker Fred (Marquadson & Becker) res SW cor Sixth and 
Castro 

Becker George F., A. B., lecturer metallurgy, University, 
res S s Bancroft way nr Audubon, B. 

Becker William, tanner with G. F. Crist 

Beckerleg Edwin, driver with T. Haun, res E s Choate nr 
Bancroft way, B. 

Beckett F. G., mechanical draughtsman, res E s Campbell, 
bet William and Seventh 

Beckett J. H., laundryman Contra Costa laundry 

Beckett S. A., mechanical draughtsman, res E s Campbell 
bet William and Seventh 

Bedell Edmund, railroadman, res S s Seventh bet Chester 
ter and Center 

Bedell George S., seaman, res 709 Brush 

Beebe Edwin L., carpenter, res 366 Ninth 

Beebe Franklin, attorney-at-law, res 1354 Webster 

Beebe James, farmer, res NE cor Cleveland and Telegraph 
avs 

Beeby Robert J., harnessmaker-with James Lentell, res Tel- 
egraph road bet Thirty-ninth and Fortieth 

Beel Martin S., jeweler with Weyl Brothers (S. F.) res 378 
Ninth 



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OAKLAND [$] DIRECTORY. 95 

Beel Philip S., engraver, res 378 Ninth 
Beel S. Mrs., res 378 Ninth 

Beers George A., journalist Tribune, res 475 East 12th 
Beesley Charles A., clerk with Melius Bros., res N s Seven- 
teenth bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 
Beeson W. E., clerk with F. S. Page, res 1003 Franklin 
Beeston Wm. H., garclner, res N s Chase nr Cedar 
Beggs Robert, plumber with J. C. Bullock, res cor Third 

and Market 
Behlow TVillliarn, foreman C. M. Plum & Co., (S. E.) res 

TV s San Pablo av nr North Oakland Station 
Behrens George H., clerk with Crane & Brigham (S. F.) 

res S s Lincoln nr Pine 
Behringer Christian, fruit and nuts, 47 San Pablo av 
Behrmann Clans, saloon, 556 Franklin 
Beier Paul, laborer, res W s College av nr Asylum, B. 
Beighle George TV., collector, res 814 Brush 
Beisel Louis, tanner with G. F. Crist 
Beitzel J., butcher, res S s East 14th bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth avs 
Belau P., elevator boy Grand Central Hotel 
Belcher Frederick P., trucks (office S. F.) res 1143 Myrtle 
Belden Edward E., carpenter, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 
Belden E. S., reporter (S. F.) res E s Telegraph av nr 

Evoy av 
Belden Frank E., pressman Pacific Press, res 1067 Castro 
Belden J. C, painter, res 360 Fifth 
Belden Nellie, domestic, 692 Sycamore 
Belden T. M., carpenter and joiner, res 860 Clay 
Belfrage Robert, butler, SE cor Moss and Telegraph av 
Belhumeur & Holden (Leon Belhumeur and John H. Holden) 

saloon, res 380 Tenth 
Belhumeur Leon (Belhumeur & Holden) res 374 Tenth 
Belinge Stephen, carpenter with Turbine Windmill Co., 

res Lydia bet Curtis and TVest 
Bell & Stump (J. K. Bell and J. Stump) game, poultry, 

butter, etc., stalls 5, 7 and 9 City Market 
Bell John K., (Bell & Stump) res 855 Harrison 
Bell Mumford W., clerk, res 1006 Webster 
Bell Robert, laundryman, Contra Costa Laundry 
Bell Samuel, mail agent C. P. R. R., res E s Brush nr Nine- 
teenth 
Bell Thomas G., contractor, res 763 Fifth 
Bell Wm., junk, res TV s Fifth nr Folsom, W. B. 
Bellars TV. T., carpet beating, res 361 Ninth 
Bellchambers James, res Shell Mound Park 



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96 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

Belle View Nursery, S. Nolan, proprietor, S s 33d nr Tele- 
graph av 
Bellevue House, Win. R. Bentley, proprietor, 1305 Broadway 

and 1304 Telegraph av 
Bellerman Eniil, bookkeeper (S. F.) res Summer nr San 

Pablo av 
Bellingall P. W., custom house broker (S. F.) res W s 

Filbert nr Eighteenth 
Bellocq Alfred, saloon, N s East 14th nr Twenty-seventh av 
Belloir Peter, conductor C. P. R. R., res SE cor Twenty- 
first and West 
BELMONT LIVERY AND SALE-STABLE, James Brown 

proprietor, 804-808 Broadway 
Belrose Louis, driver Oakland R. R. Co., res cor San 

Pablo and Evoy avs 
Belt A. M., stock broker, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Belton Owen, laborer, res NE cor 17th av and East 14th 
Beman Mary E., clairvoyant physician, res NW cor East 

15th and Eighth av 
Bemis Louise H. Mrs., res 910 Filbert 
Bemis Orlando (Prescott & Bemis) res Tenth av bet 

East 11th and East 12th 
Benbow John W., mining, res S s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Bendel Herman (Tillmann & Bendel, S. F.) resNE cor Alice 

and Third 
Benedetti J., laborer, res W s Myrtle bet First and Third 
BENEDICT & AYER, (Newton Benedict and Isaac Ayer) 

real estate and insurance agents, 917 Broadway 
Benedict Newton (Benedict & Ayer) res Jurgens' Block 
Benfey Ida D. Miss, student University 
Benham Charles, laborer, res Capital Hotel 
Benham John A., contractor, res 1638 Telegraph av 
Bening John, farmer, E s San Pablo av, half mile from 

Ocean View School, W. B. 
BENITZ BLOCK, NE cor Broadway and Tenth 
Benjamin Clayton J., teamster with Christian Schreiber, 

res E s Linden between Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Benke Charles G. (Wilson, Benke & Co.) res 1219 Broadway 
Benner Frederick M., melter U. S. Mint (S. F.) res SE cor 

Sixteenth and West 
Bennett Alfred E., carpenter with Power & Ough, res SW 

cor Jackson and Third 
Bennett Annie Miss, milliner, res cor Fifteenth and Center 
Bennett G. W., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Bennett Helen, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 
Bennett Herbert W., teacher music, res 1257 Clay 



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J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ICE, 469 Ninth st. 



OAKLAND []}] DIRECTORY. 97 

Bennett Joseph P., cook El Capitan, res 12 Virginia (S. F.) 

Bennett J. P. Mrs., res 1305 Water 

Bennett Judson, carpenter, res TV s Filbert nr Twenty-first 

Bennett J. TV., laborer, res foot of Franklin 

Bennett Lizzie, widow res IN s Fifteenth bet Center and 

Cypress 
Bennett O. D., machine hand Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

556 Third 
Bennett Robert H., commission merchant (S. F.) res SW 

cor Fifth and Oak 
Bennett — res 461 Ninth 
Bennison Andrew, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 856 

Brush 
Bennison George E. (E. D. Block & Co.) res 856 Brush 
Bennison Marion B., student University 
Bennison William, clerk, res 856 Brush 
Benoit Pierre, res S s Second bet Clay and Jefferson 
Benson Henry A., farmer, res 956 Twelfth 
Benson Joseph, res 811 East 15th 
Bent Margaret, res TV s Castro nr Nineteenth 
Bent Wm. (Jurgen <fc Bent) res TV s Telegraph av opp 

Humboldt Park, Temescal 
Bentley Bros. (Thaddeus S. and Edgar B. Bentley) proprie- 
tors Union Livery Stable, W s Shattuck nr University 

av, B. 
Bentley Edgar B. (Bentley Bros.) res W s Shattuck nr 

University av, B 
Bentley Lellie E., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 

cor Tenth av and East 15th 
Bentley M. A. Mrs., res S s Eleventh between Brush and West 
Bentley M. TV. Mrs., teacher music, res 1116 Broadway 
BENTLEY ROBT. REV., pastor First Methodist Episcopal 

Church, res cor Eighteenth and Jefferson 
Bentley Thaddeus (Bentley Bros.) res TV s Shattuck nr 

University av, B. 
Bentley William R., proprietor Bellevue House, 1305 

Broadway 
Benton Abijah 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 John W., painter, res cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Benton Joseph A. Kev., res S s Hawthorne bet Telegrayh av 

and Webster 
Benton Mary F. Miss, secretary Oakland Library, res S s 

Sixteenth nr San Pablo av 



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Benton M. P. Mrs., teacher painting, res S s Sixteenth bet 

San Pablo av and Clay 
Benz P. M.j tanner and currier with G. P. Crist, res cor 

Twenty-second av and East 12th 
Benzon A. F., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1112 Wood 
Berard Achille, laborer, res 735 Myrtle 

Berard Alfred, French laundry, East 14th nr Twenty-third av 
Beretta G., collector (S. F.) res 1723 Seward 
Berg Morris (Lutz & Berg) res 663 Washington 
BERGER & CO. (L. P. Berger and Ernest Erne) watch- 
makers and jewelers, 967 Broadway 
Berger L. P. (Berger & Co.) res 1362 Seventh 
Berger Matthias, carpenter, res Henry bet Eighth and Ninth 
Berger Peter, cook 930 Andeline 
Berger Rosaline, domestic 930 Adeline 
Berhans Willet, res 316 Tenth 
Be'rit Jules, fish pedlar, res 416 Second 
Be'rit Peter, fish and poultry, res 421 Second 
BERKELEY ADVOCATE (weekly) Berkeley office NW cor 

Shattuck and University av, West Berkeley office SW 

cor Fifth and University av 
Berkeley Farm House, W s Daney nr University Grounds, B. 
Berkeley House, Richard Knott proprietor, W s Third bet 

University av and Addison, W. B. 
BERKELEY LAND AND TOWN IMPROVEMENT 

ASSOCIATION, 717 Montgomery, S. F.; Berkeley 

office SW cor University av and Fifth, W. B. 
Berkeley Land Office, F. Chappellet, terminus N. R. R. B. 

B., Berkeley 
BERKELEY LAUNDRY, Charles Partenscky proprietor, 

N s Twelfth nr Kirkham, office 457 Seventh 
Berkele}- Real Estate Office, W. Lockerman, N s Bancroft 

Way nr Dana, B. 
Berkely Real Estate Union, M. McDonald manager, NW cor 

Shattuck and University av, B. 
Berkeley Water Works Co., F. Chappellet president, office 

terminus N. R. R. B. B., Berkeley 
Berkeley Villa R. R., Berryman & Chappellet proprietors, 

office terminus N. R. R. B. B., Berkeley 
Bernamayou Peter, gardener, res N s East 14th nr Twenty- 
seventh av 
Bernard A. C, clothing, 460 Sixth 
Bernard Frank <fc Co. (Frank Bernard) wood and coal, 414 

Ninth 
Bernard Frank (Frank Bernard & Co.) 414 Ninth 
Bernard Heniy, student University 



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OAKLAND [ 5 ] DIRECTORY. 99 

Bernstein Edward, dry and fancy goods, 813 Broadway, res 

254 Alice 
Bernstein Julius, clerk with E. Bernstein, res 612 Fourth 
Bernstein Morris C, furniture, 857 "Washington, res 833 

Market 
Berry David, saddle and harnessmaker, S s Eighth nr Broad- 
way, res SE cor First and Broadway 
Berry Hamilton, seaman, res Wilcox House 
Berry John, res NW cor Peralta and William 
Berry John, gardener, res Peralta nr Eighth 
Berry L. G., res 833 Clay 
Berry E., laborer C. P. B. E. 

Berry Thomas, res SW cor Broadway and Twenty-first 
Berry Virginia M. Miss, res N s Division bet Wood and 

Pine 
Berry William, carpenter, res E s Wood nr Taylor 
Berry William, porter C. P. E. E., res 1508 Third 
Berry W. L., printer (S. F.) res N s Division nr Wood 
Berry W. O. M. (Treadwell & Co., S. F.) res 938 Filbert 
Berryman Claus, driver with Shakespeare & Walter, res 

Franklin bet First and Water 
Bertrand Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Besenthal Adolph, 2d cook Tubbs Hotel 
Betancue Joseph, photographer, res 823 Filbert 
Betancue Joseph F., carpenter, res S s Bay pi nr Tele- 
graph av 
Bettman David, clerk, res 513 Tenth 
Bettman J. J., res 513 Tenth 
Bettman J. J. Mrs., millinery, 1000 Broadway, res 513 

Tenth 
Betts Annie Miss, clerk with James M. Halsted 
Betts Henry, laborer with Taylor & Co., res Myrtle bet Third 

and Fifth 
Betts Orrington, shipping clerk (S. F.) res cor Campbell and 

Third 
Betts Philander, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res S s 

Eleventh bet Brush and West 
Betts William, springmaker Betts' Spring Co., (S. F.) res N 

s Fifteenth nr Center 
Betts William M., president Betts' Spring Co. (S. F.) res 

1124 Myrtle 
Betz Henry, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 724 Myrtle 
Betz Louis, clerk with George Bloom, res cor Seventh and 

Franklin 
BETZ PHILIP, saloon, NW cor Seventh and Franklin, res 

852 Franklin 



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OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 



Bewtner George, waiter Grand Western Restaurant 
Bibber C. B. Mrs., res E s Chester nr Third 
Bice John W., resident graduate University, res N s Uni- 
versity av opp Ellsworth, B. 
Biddle Annie G. Mrs., res 615 Tenth 
Bidleman Enoch G., liquor dealer (S. F.) res SW cor Fifth 

av and East 16th 
BIEDENWEG A. & CO. (August Biedenweg and Philip 

Heyman) groceries and liquors, NE cor Clay and Fourth 
Biedenweg August (A. Biedenweg & Co.) res NE cor Clay 

and Fourth 
Bidwell H. C, res NW cor Seventeenth and Telegraph av 
Bieler Frank, wholesale wines and liquors, store and res 8CW 

East 14th 
Bien Morris, student University 

Bierce Albert S., with U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1162 Market 
Bigelow Charles, carpenter with A. Parker, res Berkeley 

House, W. B. 
BIGELOW ELIJAH, real estate, housebroker and collector, 

900 Broadway, res 1157 Jefferson 
Bigelow J., machinist Cal. Watch Co. 
Bigelow John W., clerk with Cross & Co. (S. F.) res 955 

Seventh 
BIGELOW THADDEUS B., real estate, housebroker and 

collector, 900 Broadway, res 1157 Jefferson 
Biggs T. P., res NE cor Thirtieth and Adeline 
Bigley Nellie, domestic, 1057 Market 

Bignami Frank, carver Oakland Planing Mill, res 566 Charter 
Bignami Louis, proprietor Yenician Gardens and Saloon, 

574-576 Seventh, res 556 Charter 
Billegris Gregory, porter, res E s Peralta nr Third 
Billings Ellen Miss, teacher music Golden Gate Academy 
Billings Frank D., engineer C. P. R. R., res SW cor Pine 

and Seventh 
Billings M. S. Mrs., teacher Golden Gate Academy 
Billington Isaac F., hostler Oakland R. R. Co., res W s Tel- 
egraph av nr Weston av 
BILLS ALBERT, agent Gladding, McBean & Co., res 118 

Eleventh 
Bingham George R., with C. P. R. R., res Campbell nr 

Seventh 
Bingham H. M. Mrs., res 665 Twelfth 
Bingley R. C, stencil cutter, res 815 Washington 
Birch Catherine Mrs., dressmaker, res SE cor East 12th and 

Eleventh ay 
Birch John, carpenter, res SE cor East 12th and Eleventh av 



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OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 101 

Bird Albert D., student University 

Bird Harry, clerk with E. Hook 

Bird Henry C, harness and saddle maker, res 809 Peralta 

Birdsel Eugene, res 1772 Seventh 

Bird's Eye View House, Ns Seventh bet Chester and Center 

Birnie Robert, copyist, res 270 Seventh 

Bishop A* W., res 1113 Jefferson 

Bishop Daniel L., student University, res N s University av 
nr University Grounds, B. 

Bishop Oliver H., porter, res 576 East 14th 

BISHOP'S OAKLAND CITY DIRECTORY, W. B. Hardy 
agent, 959 Broadway 

Bisio August, cook Nicoll House Restaurant 

Bittencurte Manuel de S., gardener, SW cor Prospect pi and 
Webster 

Biven Frederick, compositor S. F. Bulletin, res 913 Poplar 

Bivins B. F., mining (S. F.) res N s Vernon av nr Univer- 
sity av, Temescal 

Bivins E., res N s Vernon av nr College av, Temescal 

Bixby Levi R., carpenter, res E s Brush nr Twentieth 

Bixby Levi S., bookkeeper with J. S. Crosley, res E s Brush 
nr Twentieth 

Black Charles, bricklayer, res 410 Tenth 

Black D., laborer C. P. R. R. 

Black David, teamster, res 861 Myrtle 

Black George, clerk with George F. M. Glover, res S s Lin- 
coln nr Wood 

Black John L., merchant (Virginia City) res W s Maple nr 
Temescal 

Black Joseph, bookkeeper with J. Lusk & Co., res W s 
Shattuck nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Black Joshua (Wall & Black) res NE cor Telegraph av and 
Twenty-first 

Black Josiah, carpenter, res NE cor Twenty-first and Tele- 
graph av 

Blackburn Kate, domestic, W s Shattuck nr Bancroft way, B 

Blacket W. E., carpenter, res Capital Hotel 

Blacklock Walter, res Fourth bet Grove and Castro 

Blackmail George V., res 1354 Brush 

Blackman William, painter, res 411 Ninth 

Blackmail William H., driver Hose Cart No. 1., res S s Fif- 
teenth nr Clay 

Blackson John, porter C. P. R. R., res Fifth bet Castro and 
Grove 

Blackwell Henry F., res S s East 16th bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth avs 



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102 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Blackwood Jane Mrs., res 1273 San Pablo av 

Blackwood Richard H., farmer, res NW cor Twenty-second 
and Market 

Blaikie George W., shipjoiner W. D. Co., res 1720 Chase 

Blair David B., insurance agent, res 122 Eleventh 

Blair George M., proprietor Grove-st Planing Mill, NW cor 
Grove and First, res 325 Eleventh 

Blair Walter, president Broadway and Piedmont R. R. Co., 
and proprietor Blair's Dairy, Montecito av nr Peralta 
av, res The Centennial 

Blair William, res Montecito av nr Peralta av 

Blair's Dairy, Walter Blair proprietor, Montecito av nr Pe- 
ralta av 

Blais Henry, hostler Oakhind R. R. Co. 

Blaisdell Samuel S., photographer with M. Dunham, res 832 
Franklin 

BLAKE C. T., secretary Oakland Paving Co., office Union 
Bank Building res 1 Vernon pi, S. F. 

Blake Francis (Blake, Bobbins & Co., S. F.) res W s Tele- 
graph av bet Sycamore and Caledonia av 

Blake George F., special policeman, res 567 Seventh 

Blake House, Ezekiel Brown proprietor, W s Washington 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Blake J., res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Blake John, bricklayer, res 368 Ninth 

Blake John, grainer with C. B. Rutherford, res 371 Fourth 

Blake M. K., res W s Washington bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Blakeslee S. V. Rev., res N s Edwards nr Telegraph av 

Blanchard George, restaurant, 616 East 12th 

Blanchard T., engineer, res R. R. Exchange 

Blanchard William, stonecutter Oakland Stone Yards, res 
cor Washington and Eleventh 

Blankman Harry, res Grand Central Hotel 

Blankman H. G., physician, res 1116 Alice 

Blasdel Enoch AV., mining (S. F.) res cor College and Ver- 
non avs 

Bleeney Michael, laborer, res Eagle House 

Blesi Sebastian, foreman with Wm. A. Watts, res W s Chest- 
nut nr Thirty-fourth 

Blessing Charles V., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 
469 Sixth 

Blessing Jacob, patternmaker (S. F.) res N s Taylor nr Pine 

Blethen Charles, blindmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 
Second bet Clay and Jefferson 

BLETHEN JAMES E., proprietor Pioneer Planing Mill, 
NW cor Broadway and First, res 568 East 11th 



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OAKLAND [ £ ] DIRECTORY. 193 

Bliss B. B., freight receiver C. P. R. R., res 316 Third 
Bliss Theodore, stevedore (S. F.) res 812 Twenty-second 
Bliss W. C, carpenter, res 963 Franklin 
Bliss William C, with Power & Ough, res NW cor East 15th 

and Eleventh av 
Bliven James I. (James I. Bliven & Co. and A. T. Elford & 

Co.) res NE cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Bliven James I. & Co. (James I. Bliven and John Taylor) 

manufacturers soda water, NE cor Thirteenth and 

Franklin 
Blixt Christina, N s Charter bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 
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, S. F. 
Block Joseph (Wertheimer & Block) res SW cor Broadway 

and Fourth 
Bloom George, groceries and liquors, 951 Franklin, res 953 

Franklin 
Blote William, collector Contra Costa Water Co., res 458 

Eighth 
Blow A. AV. (Blow Bros., S. F.) res 324 Sixth 
Blow Robert (Blow Bros., S. F.) res 324 Sixth 
Blow Walter W., res SW cor Harrison and Fifth 
Blue B., laborer, res R. R. Exchange 
Blue Daniel P., carpenter, res N s William bet Bay and 

Cedar 
Blyth William A., student University 
Blythe Mary, domestic, 1418 San Pablo av 
Blythen H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Boalt John H., atty-at-law, 410 Montgomery (S. F.) res 1003 

Twelfth 
Board of Education, R. E. Cole president, City Hall 
Board of Health, L. H. Cary health officer and city physi- 
cian, City Hall 
Board of Supervisors (county) O. H. Burnham chairman, 

County Court House, room 5 
Boardman Charles T., draughtsman with W. F. Boardman, 

res 1104 Broadway 
Boardman F. W., civil engineer, 812 Broadway, res 265 

Second 
Boardman L. E., draughtsman with W. F. Boardman, res 

NE cor Thirteenth and Broadway 
Boardman William, clerk with W. F. Boardman, res NE cor 

Thirteenth and Broadway 
BOARDMAN WILLIAM F., Oakland township assessor 

and civil engineer, 812 Broadway, res 1156 Broadway 



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104 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bock Charles, carriagemaker with Sohst Bros., res 357 Eighth 
Bock Henry, spices, res Elm opp Valley 
Bock John, laborer, res Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Bockius Charlotte Miss, student University, res S s Univer- 
sity av nr Choate, B. 
BOCQUERAZ ANTONE, wholesale wines and liquors, 822 

Broadway, res SE cor Second and Jefferson 
BOCQUERAZ PETER, wines and liquors, 853 Washington, 

res 561 Second 
Bodell John, teamster W. 1). Co., res 162 Second 
Boden Henry M., hostler with W. A. Richards 
Bodge Mary Miss, res 813 East 14th 
Boehse Charles J., bartender with Charles Metzler, res 473 

Eighth 
Bogart John M., res N s Walton nr Telegraph av 
Bogner August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Boh Jacob, wellborer, res NW cor Sixth and Jones, W. B. 
Bohan James, gardener, res E s Poplar nr Twenty-eighth 
Bohan John, blacksmith, res SE cor Telegraph and Cleve- 
land avs 
Bohlscheid Anthony, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 
S s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 



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OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 105 

Bohn Andrew, driver with Eaffo Bros., res 214 Third 

Bohrer John, laborer, res S s Evoy av nr Adeline 

Boice Charles De S., collector and solicitor Fireman's Fund 

Insurance Co. (S. F.) res 1055 Poplar 
Bolander L. P., clerk with Charles Man, res cor Eighth and 

Campbell 
Bolles Amos, contractor and builder, res N s East 25th nr 

Seventh av 
Bollinger John C, real estate agent, res 1156 Webster 
Bolser George, painter W. D. Co., res 658 Grove 
Bolte Johanna, nurse with H. P. Livermore 
Bolton George, bartender with J. W. Ballard, res SE cor 

Wood and William 
Bolton James W., carriage painter with E. Bangle, res N s 

East 15th nr Fourteenth av 
Bolton Sarah Miss, student University, res Young Ladies 

Club 
BOLTON WILLIAM, physician and member Board of 

Health, justice of the peace and real estate agent, 1768 

Seventh, res NW cor Wood and William 
Bolza William, grainer, res 371 Ninth 
Bon J. B., res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty-seventh 
BONANZA REAL ESTATE OFFICE/ Will H. Burrall 

proprietor, NW cor Broadway and Fifth 
Bond Frederick, teamster, res 807 Alice 
Bone Anna, nurse, res NE cor Seventh and Center 
Bones S. W., conductor C. P. E. K., res 612^ East 12th 
Bones W. D., brakeman C. P. K. K. 
Bonham John N., plumber with George J. Becht, res SE cor 

Broadway and Durant 
Boniface Sara Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

1619 Clay (S. F.) 
Bonifield James T., stevedore (S. F.) res 1014 Wood 
Bonjour B., laborer, res 617 Sixth 
Bonn John, farmer, res W s Park nr Dennison 
Bonnet S., res 607 Sixth 

Bonney Charles W., carpenter, res 717 Tenth 
Bonham Mary T., widow, res 626 Eighth 
Bonney Fannie Miss, school teacher, res 717 Tenth 
Bonney Franklin J., student University, res 717 Tenth 
Bonnin C, stableman, Tubbs 1 Hotel 
Bontan Leonard, carpenter, res S s Thirteenth av bet East 

16th and East 17th 
Boogar Philip, capitalist, res 862 Franklin 
Booker Geo. E., collector Spring Valley Water Co. (S. F.) 

res 960 Fifth 



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106 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

Boone Daniel W., carpenter, res S s College Way nr Shat- 

tuck, B. 
Boone Philip R., teacher, Cal. Military Academy 
Boone W. E., contractor and builder, res 5*24 Thirteenth 
Boop, John D., doorkeeper U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 815 

Henry 
Booth Edgar H., student University, res Chi Phi House 
Booth Edward, student University and editor the Berkeleyan 
Booth George E., engineer C. P. R. R. Co., res N s Wil- 
liam bet Wood and Willow 
Booth James A., deputy City Clerk, res 956 Twenty-eighth 
Booth Lucius A., res NW cor Fifteenth and Madison 
Booth William, res Harrison nr Fourteenth 
Borchers William C, clerk with F. W. Lange, res NAV cor 

Castro and Fifth 
Bordenave H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Borein Peter R., deputy county treasurer and tax collector, 

W s Broadway between Fourth and Fifth, res NE cor 

Sixth and Webster 
Borgeson J. E., tailor withT. Lancaster, res 917 Washington 
Borie Jules H., res 1155 Market 
Borland Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 912 Clay 
Borland Archie, stocks, res SW cor Prospect pi and Webster 
Borland James, carpente'r, res cor Twenty -first and Filbert 
Borman Louis, clerk with H. Bruns, res E s San Pablo av 

nr University av, W. B. 
Bornand Paul E., preparatory school, N s Seventeenth bet 

Telegraph and San Pablo avs, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Fourty-fourth 
Borrelle J., tailor, shop and res 373 Eleventh 
Borres T., carpenter, res R. R. Exchange 
Borthwick Robert, porter, res W s Myrtle bet First and 

Third 
Bosch John, laborer, res Central Pacific Railroad House 
BOSLEE C. MME, dress and mantle maker, 464 Twelfth 
Boston Cracker Co., M. Camp & Bro. agents, N s Third 

and Broadway 
Boswell Aaron, laborer, C. P. R.R., res SW cor William 

and Bay 
Boswell Josiah, real estate, res NW cor Seventh and Willow 
Boswell William H., sawyer Oakland Planing Mill, res 373 

First 
Bottonley Isaac, laborer, res University av and Hudson 
Botts Charles T., attorney-at-law, res NW cor Tenth and 

Jackson 
Boucher Anna M. Mrs, res 1011 Brush 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 107 

Boudreau & Pothier (A. Boudreau and Louis Pothier) har- 
ness and saddlery, N s Third nr Broadway 
Boudreau A. (Boudreau & Pothier) res N s Third nr 

Broadway 
Bourgin Peter jr., gun and locksmith, 660 Washington 
Boursier Edward, butcher, Palace Hotel (S. P.) res SE cor 

Twenty-first and Curtis 
Bouscat Jacques, laundry, '23 Curtis 
BOUSHEY JULIUS, physician and surgeon, office and res 

NE cor Seventh and Willow, Masonic Hall Building 
Bouton Hart, foreman Contra Costa Laundry, res SW cor 

Sixteenth and Kirkham 
Bouton W. S., carpenter, W s Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 
Bouvier Paul, watchmaker with Reichling & Ainstutz, res 

261 Twelfth 
Bovyer Alice M., student University 
Bovyer Edward, contractor, res 717 Sixth 
Bowen & Brown (William J. Bowen and Charles Brown) 

hay, grain, wood and coal, NW cor San Pablo av and 

Delaware, W. B. 
Bowen Arno W., druggist and chemist with Frank G. Lunt, 

res cor Willow and Seventh 
Bowen Charles E. (Bowen Bros., S.F.) res 1165 Clay 
Bowen M. W., clerk with Ward & Reinhait, res 663 Grove 
Bowen Pardon M., (Bowen Bros., S. F.) res 1165 Clay 
Bowen Walter R., res 1165 Clay 
Bowen William J. (Bowen & Brown) res NW cor Delaware 

and San Pablo av, W. B. 
Bowers Samuel T., mining, res 710 Brown 
Bowers S. T., bricklayer, res 708 Fourth 
Bowers W., laborer, res Railroad Exchange 
Bowers Warren O., engineer C. P. R. R. Co., res 1659 

Eighth 
Bowie G. W., atty-at-law, 859 Broadway, res Grand Central 

Hotel 
Bowley A. D., proprietor Russell House Restaurant, 1111 

Broadway 
Bowman Arthur W., res Piedmont av, nr Piedmont Springs 
Bowman Charles H., clerk C. P. R. R., res SW cor Pine 

and Taylor 
Bowman George F., real estate agent, res W s Fifth av bet 

East 16th and East 17th 
BOWMAN HENRY, druggist, 913 Broadway, res NE cor 

Grove and Ninth 
Bowman Isaac H. (Butler & Bowman) res 615 Fifteenth 
Bowman William J., student University 



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108 OAKLAND []}] DIRECTORY. 

Bowser Samuel, laborer, res S s Minna nr Telegraph av 

Boxaccia Charles, tinner, res 410 Second 

Boyce Davis, carpenter, res N s Twenty-second nr Myrtle 

Boyce S. B., (Mix & Boyce) res 609 Seventeenth 

Boyd Edward, clerk with H. Schellhaas, res 361 Ninth 

Boyd John E., San Francisco and Berkeley Express, res E 

s Sixth bet Delaware and Bristol, W. B. 
Boyd John T., groceries and liquors, store and res NW cor 

B and Haven 
Boyd Wm. M., manager with J. A. Folger & Co. (S. F.) 

res N s Plymouth av bet Telegraph av and Broadway 
Boyer Albert, boiler maker W. D. Co., res N s Lincoln nr 

" Willow 
Boyer James W., clerk (S. F.) res N s Seventh nr Pine 
Boyer Margaret, res N s Lincoln nr Willow 
Boyle Edward F., U. S. Mint (S. F.) res S s Goss nr Pine 
Boyle John, laborer, res Berkeley House, W. B. 
Boyle John P., res Ns East 14th bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 
Boyle Kate, domestic, 831 Franklin 
Boyle Mary, widow, res E s Second nr Addison, W. B. 
Boyle Michael, farmer, Blair's Dairy, Monticeto av nr Pe- 

ralto av 
Boyle Neal, laborer, res 720 Linden 

Boyle Patrick, gardner, res N s East 14th nr Thirtieth av 
Boyle Patrick, laborer, res nr Cal. Watch Co., W. B. 
Boyne William, baker with E. Reilly, res SW cor Third and 

Bristol, W. B. 
Boynton Charles A., framemaker with W. C. Parker, res 

Overland House 
Boynton George, carpenter, "res SjE cor Nineteenth and 

Market 
Boynton Ira, carpenter, res 712 Fifth 
Boynton Samuel, S., salesman with Ghirardelli & Petar, 

res 1258 Franklin 
Bradford Abram C. Jr., student, res 263 Twelfth 
Bradford A. S., coachman with D. Hanshaw Ward 
Bradford James, piledriver CPEE, res Railroad Avenue 

Hotel 
Bradford Mary, domestic, cor College and Vernon avs 
Bradford Mary E. Mrs., assistant Harrison-st School, res 

263 Twelfth 
Bradford Milton, hostler with Tinkham & Butterfield, res 

Fourth nr Webster 
Bradford Milton, laborer, res 366 Second 
Bradford Oscar M., carpenter, res S s Seventh bet Wash- 
ington and Clay 



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OAKLAND [ B] DIRECTORY. 109 

Bradford — , res Tontine House 

Bradley & Sturrock (Thomas Bradley and James B. Stur- 
rock) plasterers, SE cor Tenth and Broadway 

Bradley A. S., res NE cor Thirtieth and Adeline 

Bradley Charles,' painter, res 417 Seyenth 

Bradley C. L., fireman CPEE, res SE cor Ninth ay and 
East Tenth 

Bradley Cornelius B., yice-principal Oakland High School, 
res Nicoll Block 

Bradley H. P , engineer P B B, res NE cor East 11th 
and Twelfth ay 

Bradley James, laborer, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Bradley J. B. Mrs., res SE cor Fifteenth and West 

Bradley John T., speculator, res NW cor Webster and 
Fourteenth 

Bradley J. W., clerk with Bart. Morgan, res 913 Seyenth 

Bradley Maria Mrs., res 358 Fourth 

Bradley Michael, laborer, res SE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Bradle}* Michael, laborer, res 417 Seyenth 

Bradley Thomas (Bradley & Sturrock) res SE cor Twentieth 
and Castro 

Bradley Thomas, plasterer, res S s Eleyenth nr Center 

Bradley Thomas, tinsmith with James Dalziel, res 358 Fourth 

Bradley Thomas, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Bradley William, engineer C P B B, res 1057 Thirteenth av 

Bradshaw John, hostler with L. M. Beaudry 

Bradshaw John, laborer, res 418 Fourth, rear 

Bradshaw Michael, laborer with J. Lusk <fc Co., res cor Tel- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 

Bradshaw T. P., res W s Telegraph ay one mile S from Uni- 
yersity 

Bradshaw William J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 
370 Fifth 

BRADWAY JOSEPH R. (Baldwin, Beilay & Bradway) phy- 
sician, 1059 Broadway, res 1113 Jefferson 

Brady Dennis, laborer, res 722 Henry 

Brady Terrence, gasfitter with G. L. Lynde, res 812 Castro 

Brainard G. W. } drug clerk, res San Pablo ay nr Temescal 
creek 

Brainard J. M., carpenter and joiner, res W s Jefferson bet 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

Braley A. M., watchman with J. Lusk <fc Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 

Bralley Patrick, barber, res 821 Seyenteenth 

Braman Jason J., physician, res NW cor Sixth and Dela- 
ware, W B 



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110 OAKLAND [J]] DIRECTORY. 

Brandstetter Joseph, baker and confectioner, 908 Broadway 

Brandt Fritz, painter, res N s Forty-second nr Grove 

Brandt L., upholsterer, res 466 Sixth 

Brannan Bridget Miss, cook, 860 Seventh 

BRANNAN DANIEL, proprietor Pioneer Pottery, office 

and salesroom cor East 12th and Seventeenth av 
Branson Ware, sailmaker, res 735 Filbert 
Brant Phoebe, domestic with Jonas M. Walker 
Brassard Isidore, blacksmith with Henry Ollis. res Wash- 
ington Hotel 
Braun C. H. F., cashier with B. Davidson & Co. (S F) res 

1358 Seventh 
Braun Julia Mrs., teacher music, res 261 Twelfth 
Bray W. A. (W. A. Bray & Bros., S F) res NE cor Julia 

and East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Brayton A. P., res 1167 Jackson 
Brayton M. E. Mrs., res 1361 Alice 
Brearty Daniel, blacksmith, res Winthrop House 
Breartv Francis J. (Van Voorhies & Brearty) atty-at-law, 

456 Eighth 
Breck Samuel, Major U. S. A., res Knox House 
BREDHOFF CHARLES, proprietor Washington Brewery, 

NE cor Sixth and Broadway, res 663 Sixth 
Bredhoff Charles Jr., student Taylor's Business College, res 

663 Sixth 
Bredhoft Henry, laborer, res Union av nr Butchertown 
Bree Hugo, tanner with F. Crumb 
Breed A. D., capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 
Breen John, cigar manufacturer, res 668 Franklin 
Breen Matthew, res 802 Brush 

Breen Patrick, fireman C P Pi Pi, res Railroad Exchange 
Breen Patrick, laborer, res S s Twent}*-fifth nr Broadway 
Breeze J. H., bartender with J. P. Wonderlich, res Nicoll 

House 
Bremler Herrmann, salesman with Melius Bros., res Eighth 

bet Washington and Clay 
Brendel Fred., plumber Oakland Water Co., res Golden 

Star Hotel 
Brendel George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res Wash- 
ington bet Fifth and Sixth 
Brenemar Louis, bookkeeper, res W s Myrtle bet First and 

Third 
Brennan Bros. (James and John Brennan) saloon and livery 

stable, SW cor University av and Second, W. B. 
Brennan Daniel, car cleaner C. P. Pi. P., res Lewis bet 

Third and Fifth 



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OAKLAND [£] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Brennan Donald, plasterer, res 1014 Third 

Brennan E., tinsmith with Brennan Bros., res Berkeley 

House, W. B. 
Brennan James (Brennan Bros.) res SW cor University av 

and Second, W. B. 
Brennan James, stableman Clifford's Livery Stables, res 

Franklin bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
Brennan John (Brennan Bros.) res SW cor University av 

and Second, W. B. 
Brennan John, cook El Dorado House 
Brennan John, laborer, res 830 Jefferson 
Brennan John, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 

Eland House 
Brennan Kate, domestic 1077 Eighth 
Brennan Mary, domestic X s Walton nr Grove 
Brennan Thomas, res Berkeley House, W. B. 
Brennan William, car repairer C. P. Pi. R., res Lewis bet 

Third and Fifth 
Brennan William, plasterer, res Eastern Hotel 
Brensel John, teamster, res 818 Park 
Brett John K., res 667 Twelfth 

Bretz Aaron, general agent and adjuster Cal. Farmers' In- 
surance Co. (S. F.) res 716 Chester 
Breuer Antone, carver, res S s William bet Pine and Cedar 
Breuer Henry, bookkeeper with Kramm & Dieves, res 963 

Franklin 
Brewer J. H., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 578 Thirteenth 
Brezill John, groceries, SW cor Lydia and' West 
Brica Peter, laborer, Oakland Paving Co. 
Brice Alfred, with E. F. Kohler, res 857 Chester 
Bridge Albert C, blacksmith with Henry Weeks, res cor 

Seventeenth and Center 
Bridge Thomas, farmer, res Fruit Yale av 
Bridgman Caleb B., carpenter, res 1006 Third 
Bridgman Edward C, blind maker Pioneer Planing Mill, 

res 1006 Third 
Bridgman W. C, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 

1006 Third 
Brier Columbus, teacher Irving Academy (S. F.) res 522 

Charter 
Briggs A. D., driver with Whitney & Co., res Bartlett House 
Briggs C. G., carpenter, res W s Myrtle nr Fifth 
Briggs David M., sticker hand with Power & Ough, res 1754 

Seward 
Briggs Edith Miss, student University, res Young Ladies' 

Club 



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[B] 



DIRECTORY 



Briggs Edward K., wood carver W. D. Co., res 28 O'Far- 
rell (S. F.) 

BRIGHAM C. O. (Brigham, Whitney & Co. S. F.) res 1019 
Oak 

Brigham Frank E., clerk with Brigham, Whitney & Co. 
(S. F.) res 1019 Oak 

Brighton William, carpenter, res 864 Washington 

Brinckmann Edward (Koenig <fc Brinckmann) res 408 Thir- 
teenth 

Brinckmann E. W., clerk with Koenig ifc Brinckman, res 408 
Thirteenth 

Brink Edwin P., contractor and builder, res 520 East 14th 

BRINK MARCEKLUS, hatter, 925 Broadway, res S s Four- 
teenth bet Brush and West 

Briones C, driver Felton Engine Co. No. 2, res Webster nr 
Seventh 

Briones Gabriel, barber, 844 Broadway, res Webster nr 
Seventh 

Briones Louisa Mrs., res Webster nr Seventh 

Britt Michael, teamster, res Eagle House 

Britton Charles, plumber, res 808 Third 

Britton John A., collector City Gaslight Co., res S. F. 

Broad C. E., clerk with Charles A. Broad, res 319 Eleventh 

BROAD CHARLES A., boots and shoes, 952 Broadway, res 
319 Eleventh 

Broadie James A., steward, res S s Twelfth bet Madison and 
Jackson 

Broadway Block, W s Broadway bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Broadway John H., fruit and vegetables, 303 East 12th 

BroadAvell Melvin L., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 
522 Eighth 

Brobst J ., shoemaker with D. J. Outram, res Franklin nr Sixth 

Brock George W., butcher, NE cor Peralta and Fifth, res W 
s Willow nr William 

Brock Hugh, gardener with Justus Held, res 1666 Tele- 
graph av 

Brock J. M., res SE cor Broadway and Twentieth 

Brockhage J. F., searcher records (S. F.) resS s Eighteenth 
bet Brush and West 

Brockhurst Samuel, res 772 Tenth 

Broadhead John F., res W s Thirteenth av bet East 17th 
and East 18th 

Brockway F. F. Mrs., res E s Bushnell nr University av, B. 

Broderick Patrick, laborer, res 815 Filbert 

Broderick Richard, tailor with M. J. Healv, res Golden 
Star Hotel 



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OAKLAND [5] DIRECTORY. 113 

Brodie Charles, laborer, res W s Willow bet William and 
Seventh 

Brodie Louisa, waitress Golden Star Hotel 

Brodt A. W., res 838 Market 

Brodv Thomas, laborer, res SE cor Lewis and Third 

Brogan Michael, stableman Fashion Livery Stable, res 370 
Seventh 

Bromlev Charles B., clerk with Grosso & May, res 968 Fifth 

Bromley Geo. S., bookkeeper with F. Bunard, res 968 Fifth 

Bromley J. L., collector, res 361 Fifth 

Bromley Thomas L., artist, res 361 Fifth 

Bromlev Washington L., copyist with Countv Recorder, res 
968 Fifth 

Bromley William P., captain stmr Transit, res XE cor Sixth 
av and East 10th 

Bromwell L. L., insurance agent, res 517 Hobart 

Bronson Fred. E., student University 

Bronson Russell, res W s Adeline bet Fifth and Seventh 

Brook Clark, res 828 Twenty-ninth 

Brooklyn and Fruit Yale R. B. Co., E. C. Sessions Presi- 
dent, E. A. Heron secretary and treasurer, J. Y. Web- 
ster superintendent, office 422 Twelfth 

BROOKLYN BREWERY, Welscher & Westerman pro- 
prietors, SW cor Eighteenth av and East 14th 

Brooklvn Engine Co. Xo. 1, Fifteenth av bet East 12th and 
East 14th 

Brooklyn Engine Co. Xo. 4, S s East 14th bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth avs 

Brooklyn Lumber Yard, James Larue proprietor, cor Four- 
teenth av and East 11th 

Brooklvn Manufacturing Co., Northev A Wagar proprietors, 
801-803 East 11th 

BROOKLYN PLANING MILL, Power A O ugh proprietors, 
cor East 12th and Fourteenth av 

BROOKLYN SENTINEL (THE) Frank J. Moffatt pub- 
lisher, 617 East 12th 

Brooklyn Tannery, G. F. Crist proprietor, NW cor Twenty - 
first av and East 12th 

BROOKLYN VIDETTE, George W. Barter editor and 
publisher, XE cor Thirteenth av and East 14th 

Brooks David, carpenter, res W s Market nr Fifteenth 

Brooks Frank H., bookkeeper Union National Gold Bank, 
res 713 Tenth 

Brooks George, carpenter, res 869 Campbell 

Brooks James M., cigars and tobacco, 851 Broadway, res 
Washington bet Tenth and Eleventh 



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114 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

Brooks John, with George N. Moore, res NE cor Twelfth 
and Broadway 

Brooks Lafayette, res "W s Twelfth av bet East 16th and 
East 17th 

Brooks Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Brooks M. J. Mrs., proprietress Johnson House, cor Eigh- 
teenth and San Pablo av 

Brooks Samuel jr., carpenter, res 869 Campbell 

Brooks Thomas, laborer, res W s Campbell bet Atlantic and 
Pacific 

Brooks W. E., dentist with Lefevre & Reeves, res 1104 
Broadway 

Brophy P. J., carpenter and builder, res N s B nr Haven 

Brotherton Thomas G., printer, res Berkeley 

Brough C. A. Mrs., res 768 Twelfth 

Brough Clara Miss, res 768 Twelfth 

Brougham W. H., carpenter, res Eland House 

Brower A. B., baker with N. "Williams, res 365 Fifth 

Brown Abraham C, capitalist, res cor Telegraph av and 
Brown 

Brown A. C, groceries, provisions and general merchan- 
dise, NW cor Telegraph av and Brown 

Brown A. D., money broker, 927 Broadway, res Fruit Vale 

Brown A. H., painter with J. Fredericks, res SE cor Eighth 
and Clay 

Brown Anthony, lapidary, res W s San Pablo av nr Broad- 
way, W. B. 

Brown Arthur, res 408 Tirteenth 

Brown Arthur, superintendent B. and B. construction C. P. 
R. R., res 1031 Filbert 

Brown Augusta Mrs., physician, 462 Twelfth 

Brown B., with California ^\'atch Co. 

Brown Bowman Rev., res 869 Washington 

Brown Brice, expressman, res W s Union nr Twenty-eighth 

Brown Charles (Bowen & Brown) res NW cor San Pablo av 
and Delaware, W. B 

Brown Charles, bookkeeper with Welscher & Westerman, res 
SW cor Eighteenth av and East 14th 

Brown Charles, deckhand Oakland Ferries, res S. F. 

Brown Charles M., laborer, res 698 Elm 

Brown Chester, stairbuilder, res Nicoll House 

Brown Christopher, coachman, W s Adeline nr Eighteenth 

Brown Dudley C, merchant tailor, 1018 Broadway, res 510 
Fifth 

Brown E. C, carver Oakland Planing Mill, res 313 Ninth 

Brown Ed. A., jeweler, res 702 Webster 



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OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 115 

Brown Elam C, wood carver Oakland Planing Mill, res 313 
Ninth 

Brown Eletta M., teacher music, ree 869 Washington 

Brown Ernest C, carver Oakland Planing Mill, res Eland 
House 

Brown Eugene E, student University 

Brown Ezekiel, proprietor Blake House, W s Washington 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

Brown F. J., painter, res 1151 Seventh 

Brown Francis, laborer W. D. Co., res Fifth bet Center and 
Chester 

Brown Francis A., carpenter, res Thirteenth av nr East 22d 

Brown Fred. T., res NW cor Telegraph av and Brown 

Brown George, res 408 Thirteenth 

Brown George, res East 34th nr Fourteenth av, Lynn 

Brown George H., pressman Pacific Press, res N s Seventh 
bet Washington and Clay 

Brown George T., res NW cor Telegraph av and Brown 

Brown G. E. A., res 1015 Sixth av 

Brown Harry, carriage painter, res Tontine House 

Brown Henry C, carpenter, res Tontine House 

Brown Herbert, tinsmith with O. C. Kirk 

Brown Howard W., messenger U. S. A. Headquarters (S. 
F.) res SW cor Thirteenth and Willow 

BROWN H. PETTEYS, atty-at-law, NE cor Ninth and 
Broadway, res E s Magnolia nr Seventh 

Brown Hugo, waiter, res S s Thirteenth nr Center 

Brown J., laborer, res NE cor Atlantic and Wood 

Brown James, laborer, res St. Louis House 

Brown James, laborer, res Berkeley House, W. B. 

Brown James, teamster, res 776 Seventh 

BROWN JAMES, proprietor Belmont Livery and Sale Sta- 
ble, 804-808 Broadway, res 416 Fifth 

Brown James B., attendant Jurgen's Billiard Room, res 520 
Eighth 

Brown James O., salesman with Harris Bros, res 462 Twelfth 

Brown J. C, dry goods, res Eureka Hotel 

Brown J. J., apothecary with H. Bowman, res 913 Broadway 

Brown J. M., photographic artist, SE cor Seventh and Mar- 
ket, res Magnolia bet Fifth and Seventh 

Brown John, brakeman C. P. B. R., res 461 Ninth 

Brown John, laborer, res W s Nineteenth av bet East 14th 
and East loth 

Brown John A., porter S. F. Post Office, res 1465 Third 

Brown John F., printer (S. F.) res NE cor East 10th and 



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116 OAKLAND []}] DIRECTORY. 

Brown John F., res cor Thirteenth av and East 32d, Lynn 

Brown John K., captain Oakland Ferry, res Alameda 

Brown John Q., student University, res Chi Phi House 

Brown Joseph, cigars and tobacco, store and res 670 East 
11th 

Brown Leonard D. (Nash, Brown & Co.) res SE cor Castro 
and Fifteenth 

Brown Lewis W., student University, res Palace Club 

Brown Lorenzo IX, stockbroker (S. F.) res 726 Eleventh 

Brown Nettie Miss, res Blake House 

Brown O. D., conductor C. P. R. R., res 734 Linden 

Brown R. G., res 1389 Jackson 

Brown Robert H., clerk with Bart Morgan, res 940 Filbert 

BROWN S. A., proprietor Dexter Livery Stables, NE cor 
Harrison and Twelfth, res Grand Central Hotel 

Brown Susan Mrs., res W s Union nr Twenty-eighth 

Brown Thomas, painter, res Union Hotel 

Brown Thomas, with Cal. Watch Co. 

Brown Thomas H., lather, res SW cor Fifteenth and Kirk- 
ham 

Brown W. C, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Brown W. E., mining superintendent, res 810 Jefferson 

Brown William, cabinetmaker, res SW cor Twelfth av and 
East 19th 

Brown William, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Brown William, teamster with Bowen & Brown, res NW cor 
San Pablo av and Delaware, W. B. 

Brown William C, clerk W. D. Co., res 867 Chester 

Brown William C, patternmaker, res N s Third bet Chest- 
nut and Adeline 

Brown William F., watchmaker and jeweler, 867 Broadway, 
res 308 Seventh 

Brown William H., paper hanger with C. L. Taylor 

Brown Winsor L., law student, res Blake House 

Brown — , laborer, res 417 Seventh 

Browne Henry R., bookkeeper with Burner & Young, res 
316 Tenth 

Browne J. Ross Mrs., res Pagoda Hill, Temescal 

Browne Spencer C. (Warner, Gardiner & Browne) res Pa- 
goda Hill, Temescal 

Browne Syria E., student University 

Browne William, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co. (S. F.) 
res 961 Fifth 

Brownell Abner, res 662 Tenth 

Browning Benjamin, agent Victor Sewing Machine, 468 
Twelfth, res 560 Sixteenth 



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OAKLAND []}] DIRECTORY. 117 

Browning E. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 560 Sixteenth 
Brownson Frederick (Hager & Brownson) res 1054 Third 
Bruce A., tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res Nintli bet 

Washington and Clay 
Bruce Henry, shipwright W. D. Co., res N s Atlantic bet 

Pine and Cedar 
Bruce Samuel J., Howe Sewing Machines, S s Laurel nr 

Telegraph av 
Brueck Herman Bev., pastor German M. E. Church, res NW 

cor Twentieth and Brush 
Bruen — , teacher music, res Cosmopolitan House 
Brugarie Louis, cabinet maker with P. Schreiber, res Web- 
ster nr Fourteenth 
Bruguiere L. G., mining, res 1264 Webster 
Bruhns William, tanner with G. F. Crist, res cor Twenty- 
second av and East 12th 
Bruning Annie Mrs., res 825 Lewis 

Bruning Bros (Henry F. and John H. Bruning) confection- 
ers, 833 Broadway 
Bruning Henry F. (Bruning Bros) res 808 Jefferson 
Bruning John H. (Bruning Bros) res 833 Broadway 
Brunje John A. (Helmke <fe Brunje) res 463 Twenty-first 
Brunjes Frederick (H. Turn Suden & Co.) res 563 East 15th 
Brunker Frederick E., carpenter Oakland Point Planing Mill, 

res E s Twelfth av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Bruns Henry, groceries, liquors and general merchandise, 

SW cor San Pablo and University avs, W. B. 
Bruns Joseph, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Brush Charles, photographer, res 1003 Franklin 
Brush Beuben G., res E s Campbell nr Eighth 
Bry Frederick, clerk with E. F. Kohler, res 1557 Fifth 
Bryan Archie C, carpenter, res SE cor Wood and William 
Bryan John, laborer W. D. Co., res S s Twelfth bet Center 

and Kirkham 
Bryan Thomas, laborer, res 517 Seventh 
Bryant Daniel S., merchant (S. F.) res N W cor Telegraph 

av and Sycamore 
Bryant E. J., machinist Cal. Watch Co. 
Bryant Eleanor F. Miss, student University, res NW cor 

Chapel and Bancroft way, B. 
Bryant Emma, with Cal. Watch Co. 
Bryant Emma G. Miss, student University, res NW cor 

Chapel and Bancroft way, B. 
Bryant Frederick, deputy sheriff, res 715 Tenth 
Bryant George, teamster, res East 12th nr Twenty-first av 
Bryant Katie, domestic, NE cor Eighteenth and Linden 



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118 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Br} r ant R. M., carpenter and boarding house, NW cor Chapel 
and Bancroft way, B. 

Bryant William M., wood dealer, res 710 Brush 

Brydges H. W., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Bryson C, widow, res 832 Jefferson 

Bryson Hugh, laborer, res 832 Jefferson 

Bryson James, boilermaker, res S s Goss bet Pine and Wood 

Bryson William, conductor N. R. R. B. B., res N s Berkeley 
way nr Shattuck, B. 

Buchanan Alexander, fireman C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 

Buchanan H., painter, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Buchanan James, gardener, res SW cor Caledonia and Tele- 
graph av 

Buchanan P. G. Rev., res W s Chapel nr University av, B. 

BUCK & McCOURT (C. P. H. Buck and P. B. McCourt) 
importers wines and liquors, 1152 Broadway 

Buck A. Mrs., dressmaker, 834 Chi} 1- 

Buck Andrew D., carpenter W. D. Co., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 

Buck C. P. H. (Buck & McCourt) 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 Tenth av bet East 14th 
and East 15th 

Buckelew J. B. Mrs., res N s Brown nr West 

Buckhout A. H., bricklayer and contractor, res NW cor 
Forty-seventh and Telegraph av 

Buckhout Emily L. Miss, student University, res NW cor 
Forty-seventh and Telegraph av 

Buckland Wallace O., physician and surgeon, office and res 
Newland House 

Buckley D., laborer C. P. R. R. 

Buckley Frank jr., cigars and tobacco, SW cor Seventh and 
Broadway, res Bartlett House 

Buckley Henry W., student University 

Buckley H. F., farmer, res 1168 Eighth av 

Buckley Joseph, painter, res Union Hotel 

Buckley Mary J., cook N s Merrimac pi nr Telegraph av 

Buckley Timothy J., milker with Sterry Walker, res Pleas- 
ant Valley av nr Vallecito av 

Buckman Homer O., clerk, res 912 Center 

Buckman Nellie Miss, dressmaker, res 912 Center 

Buckner Mary, res 625 Tenth 

Buddemer Louis H., gasfitter, res E s West bet Twenty-first 
and Twenty-second 



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OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 119 

Buddington Walter, pilot, res NW cor Fifth and Filbert 
Bueliren William Rev., pastor German Evangelical Lutheran 

Church, res W s Eighth av bet East 17th and East 18th 
Buel Harriett, res 363 East 12th 
Buel Rosa Mrs., res 363 East Twelfth 
Buffett Charles C. (Durham & Buffett) res 577 Eighth 
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 

950 Wood 
Bugbee S. E., artist, res SE cor Tenth and Jackson 
Bugbee S. AV. res N s Lake nr Madison 
Bugg Henry, carpenter, res 171 Eighth 

BUHSEN DIEDRICH, groceries, wines, liquors and crock- 
ery, 1801 Seventh, res 1802 William 
Buhsen N. D., clerk with D. Buhsen, res SW cor Seventh 

and Pine 
Bulkley K. A. Mrs., private school, 1254 Alice 
Bull Mary D., teacher, res 958 Webster 
BULLOCK JOHN C, tinsmith, 1764 Seventh, res 1815 Goss 
Bullock William, expressman with I. C. Wingate, res 701 

Washington 
Bullock William, tinsmith with J. C. Bullock, res 1815 Goss 
Bumbaugh Albert, painter, res 733 Linden 
Bumbaugh Charles M., painter, res 733 Linden 
Bumbaugh Edwin, painter, res 733 Linden 
Bunce H. A., carpenter and builder, NE cor Bristol and 

Second, W. B. 
Bunch M. E. Mrs., res 1116 Broadway 
Bunday William, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Bundock & Bro. (Henry and Samuel Bundock) proprietors 

East Oakland Stoneware Pottery, cor Eighteenth av and 

East 12th 
Bundock Henry (Bundock &Bro.) res cor Thirteenth avand 

East 33d, Lynn 
Bundock Samuel (Bundock & Bro.) res cor Eighteenth av 

and East 12th 
Buneman Charles Mrs., res 563 Fifth 

Bunker I., wines and liquors, S s Seventh bet Pine and Cedar 
Bunker William M. (Bunker & Co., S. F.) res Harrison nr 

Fourteenth 
Bunnan Thomas, laborer, res Overland House 
Bunnell E. F., dentist, res NWcor Caledonia and Telegraph 

avs 
Bunnell George W., A. M., professor Greek and Literature, 

University, res NW cor Caledonia and Telegraph avs 



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120 OAKLAND [B] DIRECTORY. 

l^unton Janies, laborer W. D. Co., res SE cor William and 

Cedar 
Burbank A. E., poultry (S. F.) res S s Seward nr Pine 
Burbeck George, bookkeeper with King & Williams, res 510 

Fifth 
Burchard Mary M., widow, res 1015 Webster 
Burcher Robert (Swenson, Burcher & Denton) res cor Fifth 

and Delaware, W. B. 
Burdell George, foreman, res SW cor Seventh and Pine 
Burdick Ann M., widow, res 767 Eighteenth 
Burdick J. D., speculator, res 213 Seventh 
Burdick J. O., printer with Butler & Bowman, res 213 Seventh 
Burdick John F., physician, 1004 Broadway, res 767 Eigh- 
teenth 
Burge J. F., capitalist, res St. Jame's House 
Burgelin Louis (Vogelsanger & Burgelin) res S s Fourteenth 

nr Kirkham 
Burgess B. F., marker Contra Costa Laundry 
Burghardt Jacob C, bartender with Held & Neller, res 

Russell House 
Burgiss Robert M., furniture, 717 Broadway, res 514 Fourth 
Burk Hannah, domestic, S s Frederick nr Telegraph av 
Burk Patrick F., laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Walnut 
Burk Thomas, laborer, res 1832 Grove 
Burk Tracy, domestic E s Market bet Ninth and Tenth 
Burke Agnes E. Miss, res 555 Eighth 
Burke Belle, chambermaid Knox House 
Burke Edward, horsetrainer with Newland & Pumyea, res 

462 Seventh 
Burke Francis X., gardener, W s San Pablo av nr D wight 

way, W. B. 
Burke Frank, milker Blair's Dairy 
Burke Henry, lather, res cor Franklin and Seventh 
Burke John, lather, res Winthrop House 
Burke John, res 58 East 12th 
Burke John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Burke John K. Mrs., res 555 Eighth 

Burke John K. jr,, student St. Mary's College, res 555 Eighth 
Burke Walter, clerk with McGovern & Cahill, res Willow nr 

Seventh 
Burke W. C, student University, res Berkeley Hotel 
Burke William jr., painter, res Railroad Avenue Hotel 
Burke William, res 58 East 12th 

Burke William, laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Seventh 
Burkhardt Frank, butcher with H. A. Zeiss, res 1555 Seventh 
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OAKLAND []}] DIRECTORY. 121 

Burkliart Fred., switchman C. P. R. R., res S s Chase nr Pine 
Burlach 0., window washer Grand Central Hotel 
Burleson C. M. (Milbury & Burleson) res 955 Jackson 
Burlingame Lyman S., sash and doormaker Brooklyn Plan- 
ing Mill, res cor Thirteenth av and East 16th 
Burmaster John, collector with Samm's Mill 
Burmister J. H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Burner & Young (J. D. Burner and Lewis Young) brick 

contractors and dealers in brick, foot of Franklin 
Burner John D. (Burner & Young) res Ws Filbert nr Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Burnham Charles E., with Oakland Bank of Savings, res 

Mansion House 
Burnham Lucy Mrs., seamstress, res 210 Fifth 
Burnham O. H. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) and super- 
visor, res 1017 Madison 
BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO. (O. H. Burnham, D. 
W. Standeford and W. N. Miller) proprietors Oakland 
Planing Mill, cor First, Second and Washington 
Burns A. M., harbor commissioner (S. F.) res cor University 

av and Pryals lane, Temescal 
Burns B., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Burns Charles, carpenter, res 810 Alice 

Burns Charles F., conductor Northern R. R. res 856 Henry 
Burns Charles J., agent The Morgan Money Drawer, res NE 

cor Seventh and Harrison 
Burns F. G., vaquero, res Roffs Hotel 
Burns George W., stockbroker (S. F.) res 476 Twelfth 
Burns H. R., porter C. P. R. R., res 220 Fifth 
Burns James, car cleaner C. P. R. R. 
Burns James, laborer, res S s East 20th bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs 
Burns John, hostler Piedmont Springs 
Burns John, laborer, res E s Kirkham nr Seventh 
Burns Thomas, coachman with Walter Turnbull 
Burns Thomas R. (T. R. Bums & Co.) res 75 Valley 
BURNS T. R. & CO. (Thomas R. Burns and J. A. Sheehan) 
news and stationery stand, SW cor Seventh and Broad- 
way 
BURNS, WHITMAN & GARDINER (William S. Burns, 
William W. Whitman and James T. Gardiner) groceries 
and crockery, 1001 Broadway 
Burns William S. (Burns, Whitman & Gardiner) res 1258 

Webster 
Burpee Joseph S., contractor and builder, res SW cor Six- 
teenth and Linden 



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Burpee L. J. Mrs., dressmaker, res S s Sycamore nr San 

Pablo av 
Burr Alfred, engraver with William P. Harrison (S. F.) res 

939 Campbell 
Burr George W., grainer, res Prospect pi nr Telegraph av 
Burrage Charles D., student University 
BURRALL WILL H., notary public, commissioner of deeds, 

searcher of records, real estate and general agent, NW 

cor Broadway and Fifth, res N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson 

and Grove 
BURRELL ALFRED W. Jr., president California Bridge 

and Building Co., res E s Telegraph av nr Plymouth av 
Burrell A. W., special policeman, res 318 Third 
Burrell Henry H., expressman, cor Eleventh and Broadway, 

res NW cor Twenty-eighth and Myrtle 
Burrige John, painter, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Burris John F., teacher California Military Academy 
Burroughs S. E., apothecary with J. W. Tucker, res Wilcox 

Block 
Burrows Charles, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Burse John, cook Piedmont Springs Hotel 
Burtchell George T., plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 

Stewart's Hotel 
Burton Henry, milker with Sterry Walker, res Pleasant Val- 
ley av nr Vallecito av 
Burtsell John M., broker (S. F.) res 912 Filbert 
Burwell Walter J., freight clerk, res N s Eleventh nr Center 
Busbridge George H., butcher with H. M. Ames, res Dalton 

av nr stockyards 
Buscace G., tinker, res 921 Third 

Bush Alexander, laborer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 
Bush David, special policeman, res SW cor Goss and Wood 
Bush Eliza E. Mrs., res 823 Wallace 
Bush H. F., clerk, res 262 Eighth 

Bush Jonathan P., physician and surgeon, res 1066 Wood 
Bushell Edward A., signpainter, res 462 Twelfth 
Bushell Edward A. Mrs., proprietress Somerset House, 462 

Twelfth 
BUSHELL'S BUILDING, N s Twelfth bet Broadway and 

Washington 
Bushnell William E., captain Oakland Ferries, res 317 

Mason, S. F. 
Busse C. C, barber with Classen & Trost 
Buswell Elbridge G., bookkeeper with Whittier, Fuller & 

Co., res 264 Eleventh 



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BUTCHERS' RETREAT, John H. Juergens proprietor, 

SW cor San Pablo and Union avs 
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 Charles, carpenter, res Louisiana House 
Butler F. W., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mill, res 806 Jefferson 
Butler James H., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mill, res S s Evoy 

av nr Telegraph av 
Butler John S. (Butler & Bowman) res 615 Fifteenth 
Butler M., wiper C. P. R. R., res Central Pacific Railroad 

House 
Butler M. D., mining, *res W r s Eleventh av bet East 11th 

and East 12th 
Butler Patrick, laborer, res S s Seventh bet Broadway and 

Franklin 
Butler Phineas W r ., res 631 Fourteenth 
Butler P. Mrs., res 719 Linden 
Butler T. It., res S s Third nr Jackson 
BUTT PETER C, groceries and liquors, NE cor Peralta 

and Thirty -fourth 
Butterfield A. J., Goodenough horseshoeing shop, 405 Tenth 

(and Tinkham & Butterfield) res Sixteenth bet Clay 

and Grove 
Butterfield Edgar, clerk, res 260 Eighth 
Butters Charles, student and telegraph operator, University 
Butters Sarah Miss, res 1382 Webster 
Buttimer John, hostler New York Livery Stable, res SW cor 

Eighth and W T ebster 
Button Frederick L., instructor mathematics University, res 

670 Second 
Button Orlando, foreman Pioneer Planing Mills, res 670 

Second 
Buzval Armand, champagne manufacturer (S F) res 571 

Fifth 
Buzzell Joseph, res Central Pacific Hotel 
Byrne Charles B., carpenter, res SE cor Sixth and Alice 
Byrne James W., student University, res ZetaPsi Hall 
Byrne Mary (widow) res 723 Myrtle 

Byrne Peter, atty-at-law, 456 Eighth, /ms 4-5, res 963 Sev- 
enth 
Byrnes John B., engineer C. P. R. R., res E s Lewis bet 

Third and Fifth 
Byron Kate, domestic, 664 Twelfth 
Byxbee Robert G., lumber (S F) res Fruit Vale av 



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Cabana Israel, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 

Cable Joseph, lumber, res SE cor Market and Tenth 

Cable Samuel, res 1559 Broadway 

Cade W. H., stock owner, res Oakland Trotting Park 

CADOGAN & CO. (J. J. Cadogan and Gilbert Clements) 
groceries, wines, liquors, etc., SW cor Twelfth and 
Broadway 

Cadogan J. J. (Cadogan & Co.) res Eighteenth nr Grove 

Cadogan Patrick A., clerk with Cadogan & Co., res Eight- 
eenth nr Grove 

Cadogan William, res S s East 16th bet Fifth and Sixth avs 

Cady Edward, bricklayer, res 4(51 Sixth 

Cady Lorenzo E., fireman, res 557 Sixth 

Cady William J., butcher with F. F. Patronak 

Caffery John, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res Tenth bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Cahill James, (McGovern & Cahill) res Sycamore nr San 
Pablo av 

Cahill John, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 1862 West 

Cahill John J., house and sign painter, res Twentieth bet 
Curtis and Market 

Cahill P., waiter Tubbs' Hotel 

Cahill Patrick, laborer, res 417 Seventh 

Cahill Peter, gardener, Webster nr Moss av 

Cahill Pose, domestic Deaf and Dumb and Blind Asylum 

Calm Philip P., wines and liquors, saloon and res 462 Sixth 

Cain Dennis, laborer C. P. R. K., res 612 Fifth 

Caine James E., carpenter, res 1359 Brush 

Caire Justinian, hardware (S F) res NE cor Harrison and 
Eighth 

Cairns Ellen Mrs., domestic, 1155 Brush 

Caldwell Albert, mining superintendent, res 367 East 12th 

Caldwell Caspar M., lather, res W s San Pablo av nr Baxter 
Station 

Caldwell John C, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Caley Patrick, laborer, res 826 Twenty-first 

CALHOUN ROBERT, proprietor Overland Oyster House, 
NW cor First and Webster 

California Artificial Stone Paving Company (Schillinger's 
patent) Crowson Smith pres, W. T. Smith sec, 962 
Broadway and 400 Montgomery, S F 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 125 

CALIFORNIA BRIDGE AND BUILDING CO., Alfred W. 
Burrell Jr., president, office SW cor Second and Grove 
California Cracker Co., J. P. Anderson agent, 409 Fourth 
CALIFORNIA FIRE AND WATER-PROOF PAINT CO. 

(Kice & Davis patent) William H. Lowden president, 
T. K. Posey vice-president and manager, O. S. Holland 
secretary, H. A. Craig treasurer, depot and manufac- 
tory W s Broadway nr First, office Union Bank Bldg 

California Market, Adam Koob proprietor, 1213 Broadway 

CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY, David McClure 
principal, NE cor Prospect pi and Telegraph avs 

CALIFORNIA MORTGAGE SECURITY CO., Horace D. 
Ranlett T president, William H. Jordan cashier, 921 
Broadway, rm 12 

CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND TERRE COTTA 
WORKS, Miller & Winsor proprietors, cor East 12th 
and Park, office 1200 Broadway 

California State Deaf and Dumb and Blind Asylum, Berke- 
ley 

California Watch Co., A. Troeller superintendent, factory 
cor Sixth and Broadway, W. B., office 120 Sutter, S. F. 

Calkin Everell F., clerk with W. B. Hardy, res S s Durant 
bet Franklin and Webster 

Call B. Frank, harnessmaker with F. A. Marsten, res El Do- 
rado House 

Call Jonas, capitalist, res 955 Fifth av 

Call Mary A. Miss, school teacher, res 1359 Brush 

Call Mattie C. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 
1359 Brush 

CALLAGHAN & AHERN (J. Callaghan and Thomas 
Ahern) real estate agents and collectors, 1007 Broadway 

Callaghan Con., saloon 377 Eleventh, res El Dorado House 

Callaghan J. (Callaghan & Ahern) res 321 Sixth 

Callaghan Jeremiah, plasterer, res 321 Sixth 

Callaghan John, farmer with Horatio G. Livermore 

Callaghan John, laborer with Corlies & Merritt, res Lydia 
bet Curtis and Market 

Callaghan Maria Mrs., res 704 Franklin 

Callaghan John, laborer, res 867 Lydia 

Callahan Martin, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Brush 

Callahan Thomas, carpenter, res E s West nr Twenty-second 

Caleff H., metallurgist, 461 Ninth 

Callenan Daniel, modeler with D. Brannan, res cor Seven- 
teenth av and East 12th 

Callish Frank E., agent and telegraph operator C. P. B. R., 
Brooklyn station, res Union Hotel 



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Callow Perie, laimdryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Calnan Jane, saloon, S s Thirteenth nr Kirkham 

Calvert Celsus C, engineer, res E s Tenth bet East 15th 
and East 16th 

Camblas — , res Johnson House 

Camden Charles, res 814 Tenth 

CAMERON & MeDONALD (Peter A. Cameron and Jos- 
eph B. McDonald) contractors and builders, 818 Myrtle 

Cameron Archibald B., carpenter, N s University av nr 
Shattuck, B. 

Cameron Duncan, real estate, res 661 East 12th 

Cameron John, carpenter with Cameron & McDonald, res 
N s Eighteenth bet Brush and Castro 

Cameron John H. (Sackman & Cameron) res Stewart's Hotel 

Cameron Joseph, laborer, res N W cor Fourteenth and 
First av 

Cameron Peter A. (Cameron & McDonald) res N s Eight- 
eenth bet Brush and Castro 

Cameron It. A., physician, NE cor Eighth and Willow 

Camilloni & Co. (G. Camilloni and A Selna) fish, 11 City 
Market 

Camilloni G. (Camilloni & Co.) res 235 Vallejo (S F) 

Camp H. C, dial painter with California Watch Co. 

Camp Louis (M. Camp & Brother) res N s Third nr Broad- 
way 

Camp M. & Brother (Max and Louis Camp) agents Boston 
Cracker Co., N s Third nr Broadway 

Camp Max (M. Camp & Brother) res N s Third nr Broad- 
way 

Camp William C, dial painter California Watch Co., res E 
s Fifth nr Delaware, W. B. 

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 near Clay 

Campbell Alexander, atty-at-law, res W s Telegraph av nr 
Seventeenth 

Campbell Alexander jr., atty-at-law, res 1311 Webster 

Campbell Alexander, res 566 Caledonia av 

Campbell Alexander J., student University, res University 
av, nr University Grounds, B. 

Campbell Andrew, res NW cor Fifth and Myrtle' 

Campbell Andrew, foreman with J. Lusk & Co., res cor 
Telegraph Road and Clifton, Temescal 



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Campbell Andrew M., messenger U. S. Mint (S. F.) res NW I £ 
Fifth and Myrtle -* 

Campbell A. O., res Eastern Hotel p^ 

Campbell Bernard, clerk with Wiggin & Eells, res Goss bet £. 
Wood and Pine £ 

Campbell Colin, atty-at-law, 528 California (S. F.) res W s M 
Telegraph av nr Seventeenth ?? 

Campbell Daniel, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 
Washington Hotel 

Campbell Edward, laborer, res 471 Bay pi 

Campbell Ed. H., wines and liquors, 461 Seventh, res W s 

Clay bet Sixth and Seventh Q 

Campbell Edward M., clerk postoffice, res 358 Seventh ^ 

CAMPBELL F. M., city superintendent public schools, Q 
room 2, City Hall, res NW cor Fifth and Myrtle x 

Campbell F. M. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res cor © 
Fifth and Myrtle | G 

Campbell Frank, res SE cor Fifteenth and West 

Campbell H. C, atty-at-law, res 1311 Harrison 

Campbell James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Campbell James D., carpenter, res SE cor Fifth and Linden 

Campbell James T., foreman with Bently Bros., res NE cor 
Shattuck and University av, B. 

Campbell J. H., carpenter, res N s Third between Grove 
and Jefferson 

Campbell John, foreman mason C. P. P. P., res Goss nr 
Pine 

Campbell John, laborer Oakland Gaslight Co., Bay pi nr 
Broadway 

Campbell John teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 

Campbell Joseph Thorn, coiner U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 775 
Fourteenth 

Campbell K. A. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School 

Campbell L., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Campbell L., domestic with L- G. Cole 

Campbell Martin B., clerk, res S s Goss nr Pine 

Campbell Mary, chambermaid Blake House 

Campbell Mattie Miss, res S s Goss nr Pine 

Campbell Michael, brakeman C. P. E. P., res Grand Wes- 
tern Hotel 

Campbell Moses, laborer W. D. Co., res Goss nr Pine 

Campbell Norman, carpenter, res 732 Linden 

Campbell Rodger, laborer, res S s Thirtieth nr San Pablo av 

Campbell Thomas, laborer, Custom House (S. F.) res Goss 
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Campbell Thomas C, plasterer, res 421 Tenth 

Campbell W. S., capitalist, res Grand Central Hotel 

Camper Andrew, paper carrier, res 260 Fourth 

Campton George, carpenter, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Camron "William W., capitalist, res 1218 Oak 

Canavan Martin, oiler, N. B. & M. E. R. (S. F.) res E s 

Fifth nr Folsom, W. B. 
Canavan Peter, painter, res N s Third bet Campbell and 

"Willow 
Canfield Alice Miss, clerk Signs of the Times, res 1067 

Castro 
Canfield Ida Miss, compositor Signs of the Times, res 1067 

Castro 
Canning James, capitalist, res 463 Thirteenth 
Canning John, plasterer, res W s Humboldt av, 1 mile S 

University, B. 
Canning's Block, SW cor Thirteenth and Broadway 
Cannon Adam, res East 14th nr Twenty-fourth av 
Cannon Edward, traveling salesman, res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Cannon Edward E., merchant, res 867 Chester 
Cannon Edward M., agent Howe Sewing Machine, res 1306 

Seventh 
Cannon Thomas, plumber with J. A. C. Macdonald, res 766 

Fifth 
Cannon "William, laborer, "W. D. Co. 
Cantin J. P., stockbroker (S. F.) res 919 Adeline 
Canty Wm. J., laborer, res 800 Jefferson 
Canty W. S., watchman W. D. Co. 
Cantz W., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Capell James R., bookkeeper with D. M. Baldwin & Co., res 

1171 Eighth av 
Capell William R., joiner Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 1171 

Eighth av 
Capital Hotel, Mrs. Julia A. Flagg, proprietor, SW cor 

Eleventh and Fanklin 
Capital Livery and Sales Stables, Carpenter & Shedden, 

proprietors, E s Broadway nr First 
Capital Palace Saloon, L. Chartrand, proprietor, 552 

Broadway 
CAPITAL SALOON, Herman Drucker, proprietor, 1055 

Thirteenth av 
CAPTAIN OF POLICE, D. H. Rand, office City Hall 
Caranena Jose A., clerk with J. L. Fernandez & Co., res 

NW cor Adeline and San Pablo av 
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Card C. M., expressman, res St. James' House 

Card I. D., dentist, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty-third 

Card Win, M., farmer, res N s Bay pi nr Broadway 

Carden "William C, carpenter, res 1161 Third 

Care Martin T., tailor, 424 Ninth, res 559 Seventh 

Carey John, gardner, res E s Thirteenth av bet East 17th 

and East 18th 
Carit Adolphe, physician, 1156 Broadway 
Carithers Eli, principal Temescal School, res S s Minna nr 

Telegraph av 
Carlen John W., with Mercantile Agency (S. F.) res NE cor 

Eighteenth and West 
Carleton Alonzo B., teamster with E. Surryhine & Co., res 

1754 Seward 
Carleton C. A., hack driver, res 714 Webster 
Carleton Charles, stockbroker (S. F.) res 476 Twelfth 
CARLETON GEORGE H., health inspector and fire warden, 

City Hall, res SW cor Twelfth and Washington 
Carleton Henry E., farmer, res W s San Pablo avnr D wight 

way, W. B. 
Carleton John A., sawyer, res 1754 Seward 
Carley G. H. Mrs., res 1003 Webster 
Carlin Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., res W s Chester bet 

Fifth and Seventh 
Carlin Thomas, machinist C. P. R. R., res S s Gossnr Wood 
Carlisle Daniel, contractor and builder, res 365 Ninth 
Carlisle M. Mrs., furnished rooms, 365 Ninth 
Carlow James, laborer, res Winthrop House 
Carlson Conrad, laborer, res N s S} r camore nr San Pablo av 
Carlson Thos., mason, res E s Chestnut bet Tenth and Twelfth 
Carmady Mary Mrs., res 570 Sixth 
Carman Frank D., carpenter C. P. R. R., res S s Eighth bet 

Peralta and Campbell 
Carman Frank V., res Pearson nr Taylor 
Carmichael & Oderkirk (Charles Carmichael and John Oder- 
kirk) contractors and builders, 361 Eighth 
Carmichael Charles (Carmichael & Oderkirk) res Grand 

Central Hotel 
Cam all James S., carpenter, res N s University av nr Uni- 
versity Grounds, B. 
Carnall Nathan C, real estate, office and res N s University 

av nr University Grounds, B. 
Carnall Sallie Miss, student University, res N s University 

av nr University Grounds, B. 
Carney & Nolan (Jeremiah Carney and James Nolan) saloon, 

417 Seventh 



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Carney Jeremiah (Carney & Nolan) res 417 Seventh 

Carney Thomas, laborer, res 417 Seventh 

Caro Arniand, clerk with S. Caro, res 515 Tenth 

Caro Charles, salesman with A. Lippmann, res 512 Eighth 

Caro Samuel, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, NW cor 

Broadway and Eighth, res 515 Tenth 
Caron Joseph, teamster with Bemillard Bros., res cor Second 

and Clay 
Carothers J. T., collector Oakland Ferry (Oakland wharf) 

res W s Chester nr Fifth 
CARPENTER & SHEDDEN (Wm. H. Carpenter and Wm. 

Shedden) proprietors Capital Livery and Sale Stables, 

E s Broadway nr First 
Carpenter A. M. S., editor Democrat, res 1156 Alice 
Carpenter Charles, clerk City Tax Collector's Office, res 659 

Franklin 
Carpenter Frank, butcher with W. Jarvis, res junction Web- 
ster and Broadway 
Carpenter Henry H., livery stable, res N s First nr Franklin 
Carpenter Nathaniel E., laborer with F. C. Coggeshall, res 

W s San Pablo av nr Temescal Creek 
Carpenter William C, steward, res 770 Sixth 
Carpenter William H. (Carpenter & Shedden) res First bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Carpentier H. W., atty.at-law (S. F.) res 254 Third 
Carr George P., plumber, res S s Twenty-second nr Linden 
Carr Henry W., machinist (S. F.) res 1661 Eighth 
Carr John, laborer, res N s Twentieth nr Franklin 
Carr Laurence, res 219 Tenth 
Carr L. M. Miss, domestic 760 Eleventh 
Carr L. T., atty-at-law (S. F.) res Blake House 
Carr Michael, boilermaker, res NW cor Sixteenth av and 

East 12th 
Carrick D. S. (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res NE cor Twelfth av 

and East 15th 
Carrick J. W., capitalist, res 753 Eighth 
Carrigan Martin, laborer, res Es Magnolia nr Twenty-second 
Carrigan William, teamster with Brennan Bros., res SW cor 

Second and University av, W. B. 
CARRIQUE E. T., agent State Investment and Insurance 

Co., 460 Eighth, res Fifth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Carroll Augustus, fireman Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Carroll George, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res Second 

bet Washington and Clay 
Carroll George W., machinist C. P. K. B., res E s Wood 

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Carroll Harry TV\, student University, res Berkeley House 
Carroll Martin, laborer, res SE cor Thirty-ninth and Grove 
Carroll Michael, laborer, res SW cor Twenty-second and 

Curtis 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, res N s Fifth nr Linden 
Carroll Wesley, res Fruit Yale av nr East 27th 
Carros Frederick, butcher, res N s Dalton av nr Stockyards 
Carruthers John, coffee and spice (S. F.) res S s Eighth nr 

Center 
Carson Charles, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
CARSON JAMES N., res 528 Ninth 
Carter Albert, res 1156 Broadway 
Carter Benjamin F., marble cutter with J. Sullivan, res cor 

Linden and Eighteenth 
Carter Benjamin H., canvasser, res 722 Chestnut 
Carter Charles M., carpenter, res SW cor Sixteenth and 

Linden 
Carter C. W. Mrs., res Knox House 
Carter George, fireman Oakland Planing Mill, res Overland 

House 
Carter John, atty-at-law (S. F.) res 531 Ninth 
Carter John, tailor, 466 Eighth, res W s Linden nr Eigh- 
teenth 
Carter Matthew G., laborer, res E s Chester bet Third and 

Fifth 
Carter Michael, helper W. D. Co. 

Carter Robert J., laborer, res E s Chester bet Third and Fifth 
Carter Samuel P., res 316 Tenth 
Carter Thomas, tailor with J. Carter, 466 Eighth 
Carter William, porter with W. H. Stewart, res 865 Broad- 
way 
Carter William F., machinist, res N s Ninth nr Chester 
Carter on Edward, gardener with J. Mora Moss, res 620 

Fifth, rear 
Cartright Alfred D., res 771 Fourteenth 
Gary Clarence A. (Jaycox & Cary) res S s Twenty -first bet 

Brush and West 
Cary F. M., painter, res SW cor B and Haven 
Cary L. Mrs., dressmaker, SW cor Bay and Haven 
CARY L. H., city physician, office City Hall, res 916 Eighth 
Case Elijah, res 1364 Broadway 
Case Isham, res SE cor Twelfth av and East 15th 
Caselli Andrew (M. Caselli & Co.) res 59 San Pablo av 
Caselli M. (M. Caselli & Co.) res 59 San Pablo av 
Caselli M. & Co. (M. and Andrew Caselli) manufacturers 
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WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 

132 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Casey H., tailor, res 1809 Seventh 

Casey Jeremiah, harnessniaker, res 729 Fifth 

Casey John, laborer, res NW cor Fourteenth and Magnolia 

Casey John (Michael Casey & Son) res SE cor Second and 
Webster 

Casey Luke, laborer, res E s Lewis nr Third 

Casey Michael & Son (Michael and John Casey) horseshoers 
and farriers, 418 Tenth 

Casey Michael (Michael Casey & Son) res SE cor Second 
and Webster 

Casey Thos. C, contractor, res SE cor Broadway and Durant 

Casey W., with C. P. K. E., res 923 Linden 

Casey W. J., porter Grand Central Hotel 

Cashman M. A. Mrs., dry goods and notions, E s Dana bet 
Bancroft way and University av, B. 

Cashman Michael, farmer, res E s Dana bet Bancroft way 
and University av, B. 

Casoli John, helper Oakland Paving Co. 

Caspar Jacob, res 577 Second 

Cassady Francis, hostler with Hard & Howe 

Casserly Maria, domestic with Hiram Tubbs 

Cassidy Bernard, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tel- 
egraph Road and Clifton, Temescal 

Cassidy Edward, butcher, res SE cor Broadway and Fourth 

Cassidy Ellen, saloon, W s San Pablo av nr R. R. crossing 

Cassidy James, clerk, res 1001 Franklin 

Cassidy James, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res W s San 
Pablo av nr R. R. crossing 

Cassidy John, laborer, res Winthrop House 

Cassidy John, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Cassidy Patrick, carpenter, res 1001 Franklin 

Castangan Leon, billiardist, res Winsor House 

CASTERLINE EDWARD P., editor and proprietor Real 
Estate Advance and secretary Real Estate and Mer- 
chants Exchange, res 559 Eighth 

Castilian Frank, res cor Wood and Fourteenth 

Castello Aestas E. atty-at-law, 834 Broadway 

Castle Charles H., carpenter, res W s Forty-second nr Grove 

Castro Beatrice Mrs., res 362 Seventh 

Castro Frank, laborer, res 1846 Grove 

Castro Luis, county surveyor, County Court House, room 4, 
res San Leandro 

Caswell Charles A., carpenter with A. J. McKee, res 768 
Lydia 

Caswell Mason P. (Maloon & Caswell) res SE cor Twelfth 
and Market 



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OAKLAND [ (J ] DIRECTORY. 133 

Catlier Joseph P. J., bookkeeper with Huntington, Hopkins 

& Co. (S. F.) res N s Twelfth nr Campbell 
Cattaneo Giusue, restaurant and garden, E s Telegraph av 

nr Temescal Creek 
Cattell J. E., res 1515 Third 
Catteral Thomas, carpenter, res 1510 Broadway 
Catton Frederick K., cashier (S. F.) res 805 Brush 
Caulkins Silas, wharfinger Green-st Wharf (S. F.) res 806 

Willow 
Cavagnaro F. (Clivio & Cavagnaro) res 920 Broadway 
Cavanah Edward, laborer, res 960 Castro 
Cavanaugh Maria, domestic with Hiram Tubbs 
Cavanaugh Martin, laborer, res 690 Park 
Cavara — , laborer with Corlies & Merritt 
CAVASSO R. J., groceries and dairy produce, SE cor Clay 

and Eighth, res SE cor Castro and Third 
Cavell H., Bed Star Tea Store, SE cor Clay and Eighth 
Caverly Orin E., clerk with Steere & Colby, res 419 East 12th 
Cavero Joseph, groceries, store and res SE cor Mvrtle and 

Third 
Cawlan Thomas, boilermaker W. D. Co., res Goss bet Pine 

and Wood 
Cecil S. W., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 659 Grove 
Cemmett Chas., laborer, res N s William bet Cedar and Bay 
Centennial Block, NE cor Fourteenth and Clay 
Centennial House, NE cor Cedar and Seventh 
Centennial M. E. Church, Bev. J. H. Wythe jr. pastor, W s 

Campbell nr Taylor 
CENTENNIAL (THE) Mrs. M. K. Wilson proprietor, NE 

cor Clay and Fourteenth 
Central Block, SE cor Twelfth and Broadway 
CENTRAL LAND CO. (THE) Leander G. Cole president, 

John L. Beard vice-president, F. B. Has well secretary 

and treasurer, 954 Broadway 
CENTRAL PACIFIC HOTEL, Beed & Magee proprietors, 

NE cor Eleventh and Webster 
Central Pacific Kailroad House, F. Leonhard proprietor, NE 

cor Bay and William 
Cerf Aaron, money broker, res 263 Fourth 
Cerini Frank, junk (S. F.) res NW cor Twenty-sixth and 

Market 
Cettelo Gustavus, hostler with A. W. May 
Cezar Garnet J., barber with Smith & Wilson, res 713 Broad- 
way 
Chabot A., president Contra Costa Water Co., res Tubbs' 

Hotel 



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134 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Chabot Rerni, superintendent Contra Costa Water Co., res 

277 Eighth 
Chabot Robert, piperuaker, res cor First and Webster 
Chabot Robert, with Contra Costa Water Co., res 277 Eighth 
Chace & Tucker, carpet cleaning and coloring works, NE cor 

Second and Broadway 
Chalfant John E., res 981 Fifth av 
Chalmers Robert, res S s Vernon nr Telegraph av 
CHAMBERLAIN & POWERS (William H. Chamberlain 

and O. B. Powers) proprietors and publishers Oakland 

Daily Transcript, 911 Broadway 
Chamberlain Albert, carpenter, res W s Ninth bet Bristol 

and Delaware, W. B. 
Chamberlain C. H., receiver U. S. Land Office, 506 Jackson, 

res Telegraph av nr McClure's Military .Academy 
Chamberlain E., laborer, res Overland House 
Chamberlain E. W., foreman Oakland Planing Mill, res 817 

Center 
Chamberlain G. H. Mrs., res Grand Central Hotel 
Chamberlain John, clerk, res N s East 16th bet Sixth and 

Seventh avs 
Chamberlain Mary Z. Mrs., res NE cor Audubon and Dwight 

way, B. 
Chamberlain Silas, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 805 

Jackson 
CHAMBERLAIN WILLIAM: H. (Chamberlain & Powers) 

res cor Central av and St. George, Alameda 
Chamberlin Afred M., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 

960 Clay 
Chamberlin Charles, laborer with Samm's Flouring Mill, res 

Eagle House 
Chamberlin Ransom, res S s Bancroft way nr Choate av, B. 
Chamberlin William, with Oakland Furniture Warerooms, 

res 476 Twelfth 
Chambers Alexander J., bookkeeper with Riehn, Hemme & 

Co. and Chambers & Pine, (S. F.) res SE cor Fifteenth 

and Jefferson 
Chambers B. Miss, teacher music, res N s Seventeenth nr 

San Pablo av 
Chambers Frederick, tinsmith with O. C. Kirk, res Golden 

Star Hotel 
Chambers George (Gladding, McBean <fc Co.) res Chicago 
Chambers L. Miss, dressmaker, res 1273 San Pablo av 
Chambers Samuel A., student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Champion A. D. A. Mrs., res 375 Fifth 
Champlin Charles C, teamster, res Eagle House 



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OAKLAND [C] DIRECTORY. 135 

Chanaron H., barber, 424 Eleventh, res 661 Fourth q 

Chanarou Matthew, barber with H. Chanaron, res 661 Fourth 
Chance John H., fireman C. P. Pi. B., res XE cor Cedar and «* 

Goss M 

Chance B., fireman, res Railroad Exchange Hotel £■ 

Chandler E. L., architect Oakland Planing Mill, res Xicoll H 

House — 

Chandler Simeon, res W s Chestnut nr Thirtieth 
Chandler S. M. Mrs., res 1201 Alice g 

Chantereau E., capitalist, res 816 Washington q 

Chapel Benjamin A., carpenter W. D. Co., res W s Filbert — 

bet Sixteenth and Eighteenth ™ 

Chapin 0. A., stocks, res 921 Myrtle 

Chapin Samuel A. jr., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall ^ 
Chapman Charles D., painter, res SI 2 Webster ~ 

Chapman Edward, jeweler (S. F.) res NW cor Lydia and 

Brush »? 

Chapman Isaac N., surveyor, res XE cor Pine and Goss 

Chapman J. F., res SW cor Ninth av and East 11th 
Chapman Melvine, painter, res 812 Webster Sf 

Chapman Thomas B., brakeman C. P. E. E., res 621 Sixth 
Chapman William H., student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Chapman — , engineer Brooklyn Engine Xo. 4 > 

Chappellet F., president Pacific Stone Co. and Berkeley *5 

Water Works Co., oifice terminus X. E. E. B. B., Berke- f 

ley, res Blake House 
Chappie Joseph (Chappie, Tallman <t Co.) res SE cor Choate c? 

and Bancroft way, B. " 

Chappie, Tallman & Co. (Joseph Chappie, George S. and > 

Thomas T. Tallman) grocers and general merchandize, ^ 

SE cor Choate and Bancroft way, B. 2 

Ckaquette Aime, teamster with Eemillard Bros., res cor il 

Second and Clay P 

Charles Alpheus, proprietor Piedmont Dairy, res X s Weston " 

av nr Broadway 
Charles M. L., carpenter, res Eureka Hotel 
Charleston William S., student University 
Charpontier Peter, groceries and liquors, 612 Franklin ~ 

Chart John, capitalist, E s Union bet University av nr Ban 

croft way, B. 
CHARTER OAK HOTEL, W. M. Hall proprietor, S s Sev 

enth bet Pine a'ud Wood ^ 

Chartrand Louis, proprietor Capital Palace Saloon, 552 ^ 

Broadway 
Chase Andrew K.. salesman with Kohler & Chase, res 911 

Seventh 

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Chase A. R., machinist, res 71 Valley 

Chase Charles E., special policeman, res 983 Center 

Chase Clara A. Miss, res 1714 Eighth 

Chase E. J., policeman, res NW cor William and Campbell 

Chase Frank, res N¥ cor East 14th and Nineteenth av 

Chase George, (Bangle & Chase) res 202 East Ninth 

Chase James A., cigars and tobacco, NE cor Cedar and 

Seventh, res NW cor Campbell and William 
Chase Joseph jr., carpenter, res N s Seventeenth bet Brush 

and Castro 
Chase Joseph C, carpenter, res Alhambra House 
Chase Martha R. Miss, student University, res Young 

Ladies' Club 
Chase Quincy A. (Kohler & Chase) res 1714 Eighth 
Chatfield James, laborer, res 418 Fourth 
Chauche A. G., res NW cor Alice and Seventh 
Cheminant A. S., deputy County Recorder, res cor Oak and 

and Pacific av, Alameda 
Chemet W. C, paper carrier, res 559 Seventh 
Cheney Lemuel W., student University, res Entre Nous 

Club 
Cheney Oliver, laborer with Shakespeare & Walter, res El 

Dorado House 
Chenoweth John, carpenter, res 816 Clay 
Chenoweth John jr., barkeeper with J. J. Hanifin 
Chenoweth Wellington, painter, res 816 Clay 
Chenoweth William, bartender with Chas. Jurgen, res SE 

cor Sixth and Clay 
Chesebrogh Andronicus, shipping merchant, res 56 Seventh 
Chessman Joseph, res 1207 Broadway 
Chester Charles, carpenter, res 813 Adeline 
Cheu Lee & Co. (Chinese) cigars, 812 Broadway 
Chevalier Louis M., barber, 713 Broadway, res W s Pine 

bet Seventh and Goss 
Chevanton Francis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cheyrias S., cook with J. Marques, res Eighth nr Wash- 
ington 
Chi Phi House, William R. Shaw secretary and treasurer, 
W s Dana nr University av, bet Berkeley av and Ban- 
croft Way 
Chick Ora Mrs., res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Chief Engineer Fire Department, F. O. Tidier, City Hall 
Child Edward, contractor and builder, res 1207 Broadway 
Child E. F. stock broker, res Tubbs Aotel 
Child E. Mrs., lodgings, 1207 Broadway 
Child George B., res Tubbs' Hotel 



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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 137 

Childs George W., laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Linden 
Cbilds John H., laborer W. D. Co., res Chester bet Third 

Fifth 
Childs J. W., master mariner, res 727 Fourth 
Childs W. W., bricklayer, res 809 Webster 
Chilson S. J. Mrs., dress and cloak maker, 1275 San Pa- 
blo av 
Childress Martha W. Mrs., res 936 Filbert 
Chilton Arthur, res East 23d bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third avs 
China Chim (Chinese) laundry, 421 Tenth 
Chinese Christian Association School, 365 Eighth 
Ching Fook (Chinese) cigars, 410 Eighth 
Chisholm Duncan R., carpenter, res S s Third bet Lewis 

and Peralta 
Chittenden Royal G., soap pedlar, res N s Thirty-ninth nr 

Grove 
Chiloupek V., machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 701 

Washington 
Choynski I. N., books and stationery, 1214 Broadway, res 

S. F. 
Christensen Belle, domestic, 724 Fourteenth 
Christensen G. A. E., dentist, res 1207 Broadway 
Christenson Michael, res S s Thirteenth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Christian Frank, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Christie Robert J., atty-at-law, 1004 Broadway, res Grand 

Central Hotel 
Christofferson B., laborer, res NW cor A and Hannah 
Christy Samuel B., instructor chemistry, University 
Chubb Charles, stairbuilder W. D. Co., res 812| Jessie, S.F 
Chung Kee (Chinese) Oakland Co., cigar manufacturing, 

466 Seventh 
Chung Lee (Chinese) laundry, 413 Seventh 
Chung Wah (Chinese) laundry) foot of Franklin 
Church Gideon, gardener, res E s Eighteenth av bet East 

14th and East 15th 
Church Joseph W., custom house officer (S. F.) res 826 

Fifteenth 
Church of the Advent (Episcopal) SW cor Seventeenth av 

and East 14th 
Church of the Immaculate Conception (R. C.) Rev. M. 

King pastor, W s Jefferson bet Seventh and Eighth 
Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (R. C.) Rev Lawrence 

Serda pastor, N s Evoy av bet Grove and West, North 

Temescal 



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138 OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 

Church R. O., machinist Oakland Planing Mill, res San 

Pablo av nr Sixteenth 
Church Roderick, deputy county clerk, res NE cor Sixth 

and Webster 
Churchhill William H., res 1317 Harrison 
Cilley Scott F , clerk with Steere & Colby, res SE cor Thir- 
teenth av and East l'2th 
CITIZENS' INSURANCE CO. (St. Louis) W. F. Hitch- 
cock agent, 958 Broadway 
City Assessor, Joseph M. Dillon, office City Hall, room 1 
City Attorney, Henry Vrooman, office City Hall 
City Clerk, James Dods, office City Hall, room 4 
City Council, W. A. Walter 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 propri- 
etor, N s Fourteenth W of City Hall 
City License Collector, J. J. Porter, office City Hall, rm 5 
City Marshal, Perry Johnson, City Hall, room 5 
City Physician, Dr. L. H. Cary, office City Hall 
City Pound, Daniel Rattery master, Thirtieth and Peralta 
City Superintendent Public Schools, F. M. Campbell, office 

City Hall 
City Tax Collector, Perry Johnson, City Hall, room 5 
City Treasurer, James Dods. office City Hall, room 4 
City Wharfinger, William Harwood, office City Hall 
Civel Martha Mrs., res 216 Eighth 

Clancey John P., cook with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph av and Clifton, Temescal 
Clancey William, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
Clancy Bridget, domestic, 704 Eighth 
Clabe Antone, bootmaker with R. Incapis, res cor Kearny 

and Broadway, S. F. 
Clapp & Larkin (T. J. Clapp and J. Larkin) carpenters and 

builders, 805 Isabella 
Clapp Joseph L., farmer, res S s College Way bet Wilvia 

and Louisa, B. 
Clapp Nancy H. Miss, res 1023 Chester 
Clapp T. J. (Clapp & Larkin) res 805 Isabella 
Clark A. F.,. res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Clark Alvia K., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 717 Tenth 
Clark Carl, clerk freight department C. P. R. R. (S. F.)res 

1267 Clay 
Clark Charles J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res E s 
Evoy av nr Telegraph av 



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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 139 

Clark Charles K., bookkeeper (S. F.) res E s Prospect pi 

bet Webster and Telegraph av 
Clark Edward, painter and extraman Engine Co. No. 1, res 

N s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Clark Ezra, agent Wilson Sewing Machine Co., res N s Six- 
teenth nr Jefferson 
Clark Foster T., livery stable 1066 Thirteenth av, res Union 

Hotel 
Clark George, foreman boilermaker W. D. Co., res S s Goss 

bet Wood and Pine 
Clark George, laborer, res Eagle House 
Clark George, miller with Oakland City Flouring Mills, res 

563 Seventh 
Clark George, shipjoiner, W. D. Co. 
Clark G. R., night clerk S. F. Postoffice, res 366 Fifth 
Clark Henry, whitener, res SW cor Twenty-sixth and 

Adeline 
Clark Henry H., compositor with Butler & Bowman, res 

Goss nr Pine 
Clark Hugh, plasterer, res 77 Valley 
Clark James, groceries and liquors, store and res SE cor 

Filbert and Fifth 
Clark James, stairbuilder, W. D. Co., res 1712 Eighth 
Clark James A., artesian well borer, res E s Evoy av nr 

Telegraph av 
Clark J. F., mining, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Clark John, carpenter, res Eland House 
Clark, John, hatter, res 1504 Third 
Clark John P., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Clark Katie Miss, res 604 Seventeenth 
Clark Kenneath, carpenter, res Eagle House 
Clark Levi, painter, res S s Eighteenth nr West 
Clark Lizzie, domestic with W. H. J. Matthews 
Clark Maggie Miss, laundress, 707 Washington 
Clark Marion, res 46H Fourth 
Clark M. B., vocal and instrumental music teacher, res NW 

cor Telegraph av and Forty-third 
Clark M. C. Mrs., music teacher, res Sixteenth nr Jefferson 
Clark Myron S., miner, res 669 Third 

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 E s Willow nr 

Chase 
Clark Rodney A., carpenter, res Pearson nr Taylor 
Clark Rosanna, domestic, NW cor Tenth and Chestnut 



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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 



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R. R. B. B., resW s Shattuck 



Clark Samuel C. 
nr Addison, B. 

Clark Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res N s Temescal nr Tele- 
graph av 

Clark Stephen J., night-clerk Post Office (S. F.) res N s 
Seventeenth nr Kirkham 

Clark Thomas B., clerk U. S. Sub-Treasurer (S. F.) res 
1217 Harrison 

Chark Thomas C, plasterer, res S s Fifteenth bet Kirkham 
and Cypress 

Clark William, miller, Samm's Flouring Mill, res 522 Second 

Clark William P., res 769 Twelfth 

Clarke C. R. Mrs., res S s Bancroft way nr Audubon, B. 

Clarke Edwin A., res cor Seventh av and East 20th 

Clarke Frederick, proprietor, Bay Central House, NW cor 
University av and Second, W. B. 

Clarke James, clerk with Bowen & Brown, res NW cor San 
Pablo av and Delaware, W. B. 

Clarke J. B., assistant instructor mathematics, University 

Clarke John, turner, res 633 Magnolia 

Clarke Richard, laborer, res W s San Pablo av nr Cal. 
Watch Co. -factory, W. B. 

Clarke Russell W. 3 student University, res S s Bancroft 
way nr Audubon, B. 

Clasen Louise, domestic, NW cor Washington and Tenth 

CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL, G. F. Degen, 
principal, 1420 San Pablo av 

Classon & Trost (John Classon and Gustavus A. Trost) hair- 
dressers, 1010 Broadway 

Classon John (Classon & Trost) res 515 Delger 

Clausen C, plasterer, res 764 Brush 

Clavelot A., sawfiler, 411 Seventh 

Clay Frederic, res S s Market bet Ninth and Tenth 

Clayton Charles, merchant (S. F.) res 710 Fifteenth 

Clayton J. E., Mrs., res 674 Brown 

Clayton Wm., cabinetmaker with C. S. Hansen, res 517 Ninth 

Clayton William A., res 674 Brown 

Clear Peter, laborer, res St. Louis House 

Clear Thomas, fireman Oakland Gaslight Co., res 358 Ninth 

Cleary James, gardener Bay Nursery, res E s Watts nr 

Cleary Michael (McCusker & Co., S. F.) res 912 Clay 
Clement Belle M. Miss, res 1015 Eighth 
Clement E. B., searcher of records (S. F.) res 1227 Webster 
Clement Lewis M., civil engineer C. P. R. R., res 1013 
Twelfth 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY 



141 



CLASSICAL Ml EIB-LISH SCHOOL 

1420 San Pablo Av, near 18th St., 

OAKLAND. 
GEORGE FREDERIC DEGEN, A. M., Principal. 

F. PAGET, A. M., Instructor in Modern Languages. 



The special aim of the School is to prepare students of both sexes for the University. 
Younger pupils, (boys only) are also received and thoroughly trained in a Primary, or 
Grammar School course. 

The system of instruction pursued is based upon careful explanation of principles, 
frequent reviews, and steady and persistant drill. It is believed that by this system the 
pupil will make, in the end, more rapid progress, and with more lasting results, than by 
any other. 



TERMS: 

PAYABLE INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE, 

Lower Forms, $8.00 per month. 

Upper " 10.00 " " 

Modern Languages, each. . . 2.00 " " extra. 

For further information, apply to or address the Principal, Oakland. 

Clement Rufus H., salesman (S. F.) resNW cor Eighteenth 

and Brush 
Clement, — carpenter, 518 Sixth 
Clements Gilbert (Cadogan & Co.) res Webster bet Green 

and Union, S. F. 
Clements James, engineer Oakland Paving Co. 
Cleno A., res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Clerk City, James Dods, office 4 City Hall 
Clerk County, Charles G. Reed, County Court House, 

room 1 
Cleverly C. C, jeweler, res Eland House 
Cleverly H. C, watchmaker with Berger & Co., res cor 

Seventh and Franklin 
Clibborn Percy J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res Blake House 
Clifford Frank P., draughtsman and ;machinist Cal. Watch 

Co., res Park House, W. B. 
Clifford John, laborer, res 813 Chester 
Clifford Joseph, engineer C. P. R. R., res E s Lewis nr 

First 
CLIFFORD'S LIVERY STABLES, T. C. Clifford, pro- 
prietor, 411 Thirteenth 



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142 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

CLIFFORD THOMAS C, livery stable, 411 Thirteenth 

Clifford Timothy, laborer, res S s Goss nr Pine 

Clifton William G., bookkeeper with C. R. Lewis & Co., 

954 Broadway 
Climer Samuel, carpenter, res N s William nr Bay 
Climo A., carpenter W. D. Co., res Railroad Exchange 
Climo Samuel, carpenter W. D. Co., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House 
Cline Charles, cook Golden Star Hotel 
Cline N., janitor, 1004 Broadway, res 857 Clay 
CLINTON FLOURING MILLS, Weston & Welch propri- 
etors SW cor Twelfth av and East 11th 
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 
Clivio C. (Clivio & Cavagnaro) res 920 Broadway 
Cloeren Edward, brewer Oakland Brewery, res 1512 Broad- 
way 
CLOONY & O'BRIEN (Thomas Cloony and William 

O'Brien) wood and coal, cor Seventh and Peralta 
Cloony Thomas (Cloony & O'Brien) res cor Seventh and 

Peralta 
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. Miss, reporter, 1059 Castro, res cor Twen- 
ty-eighth and Castro 
Clough Myron E., engineer Oakland Planing Mill, res 517 

Third 
Clough Thomas, carpenter, res Humboldt House 
Clow Amelia Miss, teacher Dnrant School, res 571 Cale- 
donia av 
Clow E. Mrs., res 571 Caledonia av 

Clow James B., student University, res 571 Caledonia av 
Clow M. B. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 571 

Caledonia av 
Clymer J. J., res 306 Fourteenth 

Coakley Dennis, laborer, res NE cor First and Chestnut 
Coakley John, laborer, res NE cor First and Chestnut 
Coan James A., blacksmith C. P. R. R., res 815 Twenty- 
second 
Coates Thomas Mrs., res 802 Alice 
Coates William D., stock broker (S. F.) res 9.14 Brush 
Coats Charles A., painter, res E s Chestnut nr Thirty-sec- 
ond 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 143 

Cobb George D., deputy County Recorder, res E s Park nr 

Central av, Alameda 
Cobb Lewis, clerk with A. C. Brown, resNW cor Telegraph 

av and Brown 
Cobb Riiifus S., watchman W. D. Co. 

Cobbledick Jas. (Meeker, James & Co., S. F.) res 177 E 12th 
Cobourn Robert, miller Samm's Flouring Mill, res cor Clay 

and Fourth 
Coburn C. A., canvasser Singer Sewing Machine, res Tele- 
graph road, nr Deaf and Dumb Asylum 
Coburn S. A., solicitor, res Telegraph road, nr Deaf and 

Dumb Asylum 
Coby Peter, laborer, res E s East 16th bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs 
Cochran A. H., painter, res 1114 Tenth av 
Cochran Jesse F., signpainter, res 1876 Myrtle 
Cochran John T. (Cochran & Sullivan, S. F.) res E s Brush 

nr Eighteenth 
Coder Sherman B., wheelwright, 608 Broadway, res cor 

East 14th and Sixteenth av 
Codiga Graziana (Joseph Anselmi & Co.) res NW cor Ra- 
cine and Merced av, B. 
Coe John T., collector, 921 Broadway, res 946 Adeline 
Coe Theodore H., bookkeeper Oakland Gaslight Co., res 

412 Fourteenth 
Coelho John C, hostler with Tinkham & Butterfield 
Coffee & Furst CM. H. Coffee and H. Furst) dry, fancy and 

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 1273 

San Pablo av 
Cogan William, carpenter W. D. Co., res NE cor Eighth 

and Wood 
Coggeshall Frederick C, farmer, W s. San Pablo av nr 

Tcmcsctil crock 
Coggeshall Frederick R. (J. W. Cox <fc Co., S. F.) res San 

Pablo av nr Temescal creek 
Coghlan John M., U. S. District Attorney (S. F.) res N s 

Walton nr Telegraph av 
Cogswell James P., real estate, res 1116 West 
Cohen Alice Miss, student University 
Cohen Annie, fancy dry goods N s Seventh nr Willow 
Cohen Jacob, res NE cor Seventh and Willow 
Cohen Jacob M., agent I. N. Choynsky, res 1156 Broadway 
Cohen James, laborer C. P. R. R., res S s Forty-fifth nr 

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Cohen John, painter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 
Cohen Samuel, salesman with Melius Bros., res Washington 

nr Sixth 
Cohen S. S., clothing (S. F.) res 584 Charter 
Cohn Henry, carpenter C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 
Coindre Fannie Mrs., fruits, 669 Broadway 
Cokely Daniel, laborer, res 828 Fifteenth 
Colburn Alfred, miner, res N s Caledonia av bet Telegraph 

av and Grove 
Colburn Edward S., stocks (S. F.) res N s Caledonia av bet 

Telegraph av and Grove 
Colburn Henry, teamster with Sterry Walker, res Pleasant 

Valley av nr Vallecito av 
Colburn Jacob S., clerk with Christian Schreiber, res N s 

Caledonia av bet Telegraph av and Grove 
Colby Amasa D., farmer, W s Telegraph road half mile N of 

Temescal 
Colby Edward, machinehand Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 

1113 Sixteenth av 
Colby F. Miss, dressmaker, S s Laurel bet Broadway and 

Telegraph av 
Colby F. I. Miss, dressmaker, res S s Laurel bet Broadway 

and Telegraph av 
Colby George E., student University 
Colby Hiram H. (Steere & Colby) res W s Twelfth av bet 

East 16th and East 17th 
Colby Leroy E., machine hand with H. W. Barnes 
Colderwick Frederick, shipwright W. D. Co., res N s Atlan- 
tic bet Pine and Cedar 
Cole Charles, dishwasher Grand Central Hotel 
Cole Charles H., steward Grand Central Hotel 
Cole L. A., carpenter, res Sunnyside House 
Cole L. G., capitalist, res W s Webster nr Twenty-second 
Cole Marie D. Miss, student University, res Young Ladies' 

Club, W. B. 
COLE RECTOR E., dentist and president Board Education, 

1055 Broadway, res SE cor Adeline and Tenth 
Cole William, miller with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res 354 

Sixth 
Cole William J., res 1215 Jefferson 
Coleman John, clerk with Gernreich & Thornburg, res NE 

cor Chester and Eighth 
Coleman John, laborer, res Twentieth nr Franklin 
Coleman John W., stockbroker (S. F.) res 754 Eighth 
Coleman Martin, laborer W. D. Co., res Twentieth nr Frank- 
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OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 145 

Coleman Patrick, fireman W. D. Co., res 1016 Fifth 
Coleman Thomas S., res SE cor Campbell and Atlantic 
Colen Henry, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 
Coles G. B. Russell, res S s Powell nr San Pablo av 
Colfer John, clerk with James Larue, res Fourteenth av bet 

East 18th and East 19th 
Colgett John, gardener, res S s Fourteenth nr Filbert 
Colin Benoit, trunk manufacturer, 305 Twelfth 
Collard John, carpenter, res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
College Hall, A. C. Dietz proprietor, NE cor Harrison and 

Twelfth 
Collicott James P., sawyer W. D. Co., res Taylor nr Pine 
Collie John, carpenter, res 721 Eleventh 
Collier John, laborer, res 806 Fifth 
Collins Albert F., wholesale produce, res NW cor Durant 

and Jackson 
Collins Albert W., res 953 Castro 
Collins Alfred, hatter (S. F.) res S s Lincoln bet Wood and 

Pine 
Collins Benj., carpenter, res NE cor Ninth av and East 11th 
Collins Cornelius, engineer C. P. R. R. 
Collins Dennis, laborer, res 167 Eighth 
Collins Edward, laborer, res SW cor Telegraph av and Forty- 
third 
Collins Edward L., student University 
Collins George H. (Higgins & Collins, S. F.) res SE cor 

Chestnut and Third 
Collins H. C, res 362 Tenth 

Collins Henry, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 
Collins Henry, clerk, res 362 Tenth 
Collins Jennie, domestic, 942 Wood 
Collins Jeremiah, fruit and produce, 661 Broadway 
Collins John J., laborer, res N s East 19th nr Thirteenth av 
Collins John S., assistant superintendent Mountain View 

Cemetery, res Webster nr Cemetery 
Collins Lyman P., salesman Florence S. M. Co. (S. F.) res 

NW cor Campbell and Chase 
Collins Michael, contractor, res SE cor Chestnut and Third 
Collins Michael, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Collins Nora Mrs., res cor Market and Eighteenth 
Collins P. M., carpenter, res S s Seventeenth nr Grove 
Collins Samuel G., laborer, res 601 East 12th 
Collins Solomon, bricklayer, res S s Prospect pi nr Tele- 
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Collins T., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Collins Tom, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Collins William (Tubbs & Collins) and superintendent Moun- 
tain View Cemetery, res Webster nr Cemetery 
Collins William D., carpenter, res 814 Myrtle 
Collins W. W., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Collischonn Charles, clerk with Ir Belloc (S. F.) res 763 

Grove 
Collyer Jacob, carpenter W. D. Co., res N s Twelfth nr 

Wood 
Cornier Frederick C, carpenter, res Star House 
Coltart Matthew B., clerk, res 762 Jefferson 
Colton & Reed (Walter E. Colton and Thomas R. Reed) 

painters and paper hangers, NE cor Twenty-first and 

Telegraph av 
Colton Walter E. (Colton & Reed) res NE cor Twenty-first 

and Telegraph av 
Colvin James A., gasfitter, res 816 Chester 
Colwell John, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Combs Henry, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Comer James, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 907 Willow 
Comerford Edward, bricklayer, res S s University av nr 

Shattuck, B. 
Comes Emanuel, printer, res 712 Filbert 
Comes Trinity, dressmaker, res 712 Filbert 
Comison — , res Grand Western Hotel 
Commercial Fire Insurance Co. (of London) William Hos- 

kins agent, 909 Broadway 
Commercial Insurance Co. (of California) J. J. Gardiner 

agent, 1106 Broadway 
Compana Peter, miner Oakland Paving Co. 
Compton Annie Mrs., res S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av 
Compton H. K., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Union Hotel 
Conard W. I)., apothecary, SE cor East 12th and Thirteenth 

av, res 1004 Ninth av 
Conboy Mary Mrs., res cor Filbert and Twenty-second 
Concinion Thomas, laborer, res SE cor MjTtle and Third 
Cone John, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and Wood 
Coner — , res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Congdon A. A. Mrs., res NE cor Sixth av and East 10th 
Congdon Charles H., student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Conklin Frank G. (P. & F. G. Conklin, S. F.) res E s Fourth 

bet East 15th and East 16th 
Conklin Piatt (P. & F. G. Conklin, S. F.) res 729 Tenth 
Conley Arthur, plasterer, res Magnolia bet Thirty-first and 

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OAKLAND [ C ] DIRECTORY. 147 

Conley Charles, carpenter with Power & Ough, res 504 
East 15th 

Conley Francis, laborer, res SE cor Myrtle and Fifth 

Conley John, car cleaner C. P. E. P., res N s Pacific nr 
Willow 

Conley Martin, pedlar, res 1110 Third 

Conley Martin jr., boiler maker, res 1110 Third 

Conley Owen, laborer C. P. E. E., res N s Cedar nr Goss 

Conley Thomas, horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park 

Conley William, res 612* East 12th 

Conlin Edward, blacksmith C. P. E. E., res 809 Twenty- 
second 

Conlon Ella, domestic, 936 Filbert 

Conlon John, lather, res 654 Linden 

Conn Francis, superintendent Union Pacific Salt Works (S. 
F.) res N s Twelfth bet Adeline and Magnolia 

Connell M. Miss, dressmaker, 321 Twelfth, res cor Poplar 
and Twelfth 

Connell M. A. Miss, seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 

Connell Michael, laborer, res 812 Filbert 

Connell William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 

Connelly Andrew, laborer, res Second bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 

Connelly Dennis, hostler with Newland & Pumyea, 462 
Seventh 

Connelly Frank, stevedore, res 921 Fifth 

Connelly Maggie, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 

Connelly John, laborer C. P. E. E., res cor Short and Bay 

Connelly John, laborer, res S s Park bet San Pablo av and 
Grove 

CONNER & MURPHY (Ignatius C. Conner and John H. 
Murphy) stucco works, 1230 Broadway 

Conner Ignatius C. (Conner & Murphy) res 1230 Broadway 

Conner James, teamster, res 501 Elm 

Conner Mary E. Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 
cor Myrtle and Seventh 

Conners John, fruits (S. F.) res N s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Conners J. Mrs., widow, res 833 Myrtle 

Conners Michael, clerk with Neil Gallagher, res 1722 Tele- 
graph av 

Connolly Andrew, laborer, res 519 Second 

Connolly Edward, bookbinder with A. Buswell (S. F.) res 
W s Kirkham nr Twelfth 

Connolly Joseph, carpenter, res 1305 Clay 

Connolly Thomas, laborer, res St. Louis House 



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148 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Connor Bryan, laborer, res 770 Willow 

Connor John, laborer, res 761 Castro 

Connor L. B., conductor C. P. R. R., res 1001 Chester 

Connor M. A. Mrs., widow, res 957 Jefferson 

Connor Nora M. Miss, res 957 Jefferson 

Connor William, car cleaner, res cor Eighth and Willow 

Connor William, laborer, res 814 Alice 

Connors Cornelius, laborer, res N s Twenty -fourth nr Linden 

Connors John, laborer, res W s Second nr University av, 
W. B. 

Connors John, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Tele- 
graph av 

Connors Thomas, laborer, res 907 Willow 

Connors William, laborer, res S s Twenty-second bet Broad- 
way and Telegraph av 

Connors William, laborer, res 907 Willow 

Conrad B. S., carpenter, res 762 Fifth 

Conrad John G., student University, res Ivy Cottage 

Conrov John, car repairer C. P. R. R., res S s Third nr 
Filbert 

Conry Martin, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res SE cor Sev- 
enteenth and West 

Considine Anna, domestic, res 935 Filbert 

Considine Patrick, laborer, res 218 Sixth 

Considine Thomas, dishwasher Russell House Restaurant 

Continental Fire Insurance Co. (of New York) Spencer Mar- 
tin agent, 1106 Broadway 

Contra Costa Laundry Association, Hallett, Bartlett & Dal- 
ton proprietors, SW cor Kirkham and Fourteenth 

CONTRA COSTA WATER CO., A. Chabot president, 
Wm. H. Mead secretary, Remi Chabot superintendent, 
458 Eighth 

Contreras Pedro, teamster, res 522 Fourth 

Convent of Our Lady oi Lourdes, NE cor East 15th and 
Sixteenth av 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Mother Baptist 
lady superior, Webster nr Twenty-second 

Conway Edward J., laborer with Z. B. Heywood & Co., res 
E s Second nr Addison, W. B. 

Conway George (Hinrichs & Conway) res W s Kirkham bet 
Tenth and Eleventh 

Conway J. Mrs., res N s Forty-second nr Grove 

Conway M., car cleaner C. P. R. R. 

Conway Mary Miss, res 1168 Seventh 

Conway Mary A., domestic 1513 Telegraph av 

Conway Thomas, laborer, res W s Lusk nr Evoy av 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 149 

Cook Alex. J., butcher, res 1171 Eighteenth av 

Cook Alonzo G., atty-at-law, res N s Twelfth bet Poplar and 

Kirkham 
Cook Andrew R., butcher, res 1171 Eighteenth av 
Cook Carroll, atty-at-law, 535 Clay (S. F.) res Es San Pablo 

av bet Delger and Hobart 
Cook Elisha Mrs., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Cook Ernest, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cook George W. ji-, clerk with G. & W. Snook (S. F.) res 

860 Brush 
Cook J., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Cook J ames, res E s Kirkham bet Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Cook James, laborer, res cor Thirty-fourth and Chester 
Cook John, master mariner, res 821 Washington 
Cook Joseph, porter, res S s Twenty-fourth nr Linden 
Cook Joseph E., stockbroker (S. F.) res 967 Jackson 
Cook M. B., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Alameda 
Cook Melinda Miss, res 814 Twenty -first 
Cook Mary A. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 8 Pearson's Row 
Cook Nellie Miss, teacher Prescott Primary School, res 860 

Brush 
Cook P. Mrs., dressmaker, 469 Tenth 
Cook Philip, printer Evening Post (S. F.) res 469 Tenth 
Cook Thomas, gardener, W s College av nr Asylum, B. 
Cook W. B., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Cook William E., printer Pacific Press, res NE cor Wash- 
ington and Seventh 
COOK WILLIAM F., saloon, NE cor Cedar and Seventh, 

res S s Division bet Cedar and Pine 
Cooke Martha E., nurse, res Twenty-ninth nr San Pablo av 
Cooke Robert, teamster with Power & Ough, res N s East 

17th bet Fifth and Sixth avs 
Coolbrith Ina D. Miss, librarian Oakland Library, res N s 

Fifteenth nr Jefferson 
Coolidge James C, local agent Railway Mail Service (S. F.) 

res 691 Brown 
Cooms Henry, stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill 
Coon Henry L, student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Coon — , res S s Seventh bet Henry and Chester 
Cooney Peter E., res E s Adeline nr Twenty -fourth 
Cooney Peter N., expressman, res E s Adeline nr Twenty- 
fourth 
Coop John, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 313 Seventh 
Cooper Francis, laborer, res Ws Magnolia bet Third and Fifth 
Cooper Frank, student Taylor's Business College, res Central 
Pacific Hotel 



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150 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Cooper Frank, teamster with Taylor & Co. 

Cooper Henry, student University 

Cooper Samuel O., carpenter, res 960 Grove 

Coots John, laborer, res 672 Park 

Cope Abbie R., res 1603 Brush 

Cope John H., carpenter, res 1370 Brush 

Cope M. E. Miss, res 1603 Brush 

Copeland Isaac, mining (S. F.) res 688 Elm 

Copeland James W., res 662 Elm 

Coplin A., general agent Dr. Warner's health corsets and 
manufacturer chemiloons, 470 Twelfth 

Copp J. L., carpenter, res 322 Eleventh 

Copp Stephen L., carpenter, res 726 Myrtle 

Corbett James, laborer C. P. R. R., res 475 Sixth 

Corbett James, laborer, res 815 Filbert 

Corbett Maggie, domestic, 1077 Eighth 

Corbett Mary, domestic, N s Eighteenth bet Myrtle and Fil- 
bert 

Corby Jane, domestic, 969 Grove 

Corcoran Daniel P., tailor, res 605 Harrison 

Corcoran James, gardener, res cor Twelfth and Cypress 

Cordan Antonio C, barber, res 506 East 15th 

Cordell William A., carpenter, res 808 Jefferson 

C order Francis E., res Julia nr East 14th 

Corder Thomas TV., tallow renderer Stockyards, res W s 
San Pablo av nr Alcatraz 

COKDES HERMAN, proprietor Oakland Broom Factory, 
S s Sixth nr Broadway, res NW cor Seventh and Kirk- 
ham 

Corley Thomas, nurseryman, res Redwood av nr Fruit Vale av 



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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 151 

CORLIES & MERRITT (Joseph N. Corlies and Isaac Mer- 

ritt) lumber, office foot Market 
Corlies Joseph N. (Corlies & Merritt) res SE cor Market 

and Tenth 
Cornell Charles M., carpenter, 520 Fifth, res 1113 Eighth av 
Cornell John, purser Humboldt Steamship Co., res 1269 

Twelfth 
Cornor C. W., boot and shoemaker, 460 Twelfth, res 620 

Franklin 
Cornwall A., dentist, res SW cor Merrimac pi and Webster 
Cornwell Joseph H., merchant, res 1156 Alice 
Corrigau Peter, boilermaker, res 824 Linden 
Corteljon Cornelius, dairy produce, res 835 Market 
Cory Jane E. Mrs., res 728 Eleventh 
Cosgrove P., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Cosmopolitan House, S.J. Dodge proprietor, 859 Broadway 
Cosstanich John, with N. Williams, res Eighth bet Wash- 
ington and Clay 
Costa John, res 5 Lewis 

Costello Frank, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Costello Martin, laborer W. D. Co. 
Costello Michael, porter, res 763 Castro 
Costello William, laborer, res 613 Sixth, rear 
Costigan John H., clerk C. P. R. R., res W s San Pablo av 

nr Temescal 
Costigan James, res 1303 Franklin 
Costinich John, clerk, res 508 Eighth 
Cotter William, res N s Brown nr San Pablo av 
Cotter William J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res N s Brown nr San 

Pablo av 
Cotton Cyrus, broker, res 706 Filbert 
Cotton Frank E., superintendent California Bridge and 

Building Co., res NE cor Walton and Grove 
Cotton Jared C, bookkeeper Enterprise Mill, res N s Walton 

bet Telegraph av and Grove 
Cotton J. C. Mrs., res Ns Walton bet Telegraph av and 

Grove 
Cotton Lee F., painter, res Russell House 
Cotton Leila L. Miss, student University 
Cottrell Henry, bookkeeper and assistant secretary Union 

Club (S. F.) res 706 Tenth 
Coughlin Dennis, milkman, res 771 Eleventh 
Coughlin Jeremiah, hostler with W. A. Richards 
Coughlin John, blacksmith helper C. P. R. R., res 1517 

Seventh 
Coughlin John, painter, res 519 Sixth 



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152 OAKLAND [(J] DIRECTORY. 

Couglilin John, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res Ninth 

bet Washington and Clay 
Couglilin T. L., grainer, 408 Tenth, res cor Central av and 

McPherson, Alameda 
Couglilin Winnifred, domestic, NW cor Twelfth and Castro 
Cougot Charles, waiter Washington Hotel 
Coulter William, painter with M. J. Finnigan, res 617 

Tenth 
County Auditor, Charles G. Reed, County Court House, 

room 1 
County Clerk, Charles G. Reed, County Court House, room 1 
County Coroner, William Helmer, 1112 Broadway 
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. Lynch, 

office County 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 
Courrages John, tripe factory, Butchertown, res S s Spring 

nr Adeline 
Coursen E. A. (Lafferty & Coursen) res Fourth bet Grove 

and Castro 
Courtenay S. H., clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 529 

Eighth 
Courteney Bridget, domestic, 1143 Myrtle 
COURVOISIER F. L., groceries and provisions, NW cor 

Eighth and Webster, res 320 Eighth 
Cousins Michael, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Coutolenc J. H., butcher, NE cor Jefferson and Third, res 

574 Third 
Covaco J. S., boot and shoemaker, 412 Seventh 
Coveny John, carpenter, res El Dorado House 
Covert Frederick, painter, res 480 Laurel 
Covert S. H., painter, res 1310 Franklin 
Cowan David, shipwright, res cor Wood and Pacific 
Cowan William H., carpenter with W. H. Barnes, res N s 

Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Coward H. G., miner, res SE cor Eighth and Jackson 
Cowell Ernest V., student University 



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OAKLAND [C] DIRECTORY. 153 

Cowell John, carpenter, res SW cor East 18th and Eighth av 
Cowell Richard, carpenter, res N s East 16th bet Eighth and 

Ninth avs 
Cowell Thomas, laborer, res S s East 17th bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 
Cowell Williston, res W s Hollis nr B 
Cowes William, head waiter Nicoll House Restaurant 
Cowles Edwin W., student University, res Chi Phi House 
COWLEY JAMES, carpenter and builder, W. B. Point 
Cox D. Miss, dressmaker, res 833 Clay 
Cox George, woodturner with Kragen & Co. (S. F.) res N s 

B nr Haven 
Cox Harris G. (Fitch & Cox) res NE cor Bristol and Third, 

W. Berkeley 
Cox James W., painter res N s University av, nr Fifth, W. 

Berkeley 
Cox James W., warehouseman, res N s Merrimac pi nr Tel- 
egraph av 
Cox P. M. (McCabe & Cox) res 837 Market 
Cox Samuel, gardener with A. K. P. Harmon 
Cox Thomas, turner Oakland Planing Mill, res N s Bay nr 

Haven 
Coxhead T. C, homeopathic physician, res Sixteenth bet 

Castro and Grove 
Coy James, carpenter, res Mansion House, E. O. 
Coyne John T., waiter Windsor House 
Coyne Michael, car repairer C. P. R. B., res 825 Chester 
Coyne Sarah Mrs., res N s Twenty-sixth bet San Pablo av 

and Grove 
Cozzens J. A. Mrs., res 172 Second 
Crabtree Benjamin, res 1219 Jefferson 
Crabtree Convers L., clerk C. P. R. R, res 568 Sixth 
Cradock — , atty-at-law (S. F.) res 614 Franklin 
Craffe Henry, res NW cor East 16th and Twentieth av 
Craft John, 'hostler, 1051 Market 
Crafts F. H., oysterman, res 657 Jackson 
Craig Andrew, salesman Oakland Lumber Yard, res NE cor 

Jefferson and Tenth 
Craig A. W., photographer, res 310 Third 
Craig Bessie M. Miss, res 963 Center 

Craig Frederick, laborer, res E s Lewis bet Fifth and Seventh 
Craig Henry, plumber, res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 
Craig Homer A., secretary Alameda County Branch Home 

Mutual Insurance Co. and agent Pacific Mutual Life 

Insurance Co., SE cor Broadway and Ninth, res SWcor 

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154 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Craig Hugh, insurance agent (S. F.) res 1126 Myrtle 

Craig Julia A., widow, res 310 Third 

CRAIG LEES D., mining engineer, 48 Merchants' Exchange 
(S. F.) res 963 Center 

Craig Phoebe C. Miss, res 963 Center 

Craig Randolph R., mining, res W s Center nr Tenth 

Craig V., photographer, res 310 Third 

CRAIG W. H., dentist, 1055 Broadway, res N s Thirteenth 
bet Clay and Jefferson 

Craig William H., clerk auditor's office C. P. R. R. (S. F.) 
res 12 Pearson's Row 

Craig W. P., treasurer California Fire and Water Proof Paint 
Co., 956 Broadway, res SW cor Grove and Walton 

Craker Judson T,, blindmaker withN. W. Cole & Co. (S. F.) 
res S s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow 

Cramer A. E. H., bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res W s 
Broadway nr Twentieth 

Cramer H. P. (Bailey & Cramer) res S. F. 

Cramer Peter, hostler Oakland R. R. Co. 

Crampton Thomas, plasterer, res Eland House 

Crampton Thomas S., carpenter, res Eagle House 

Crampton William M., freight clerk Oakland Wharf, res 25 
Silver, S. F. 

Crandell Benjamin, dairyman, res SW cor East 19th and 
Twelfth av 

Crandell Thomas B., res N s East 18th bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth avs 

Crane Charles W., advertising agent (S. F.) res 1059 Poplar 

Crane E. Herndon, student University 

Crane E. J., res 1379 Jackson 

Crane George E., carpenter, res W s Cypress nr Fifteenth 

Crane James, with California Watch Co. 

Crane James E., clerk W. D. Co., res 412 Fourteenth 

Crane James H., insurance agent, res 1059 Poplar 

Crane S. W., res Park House, W. B. 

Cranmer U. A. Mrs., res NE cor Bancroft way and Ells- 
worth. B. 

Cranmer William S., student University, res NE cor Ban- 
croft way and Ellsworth, B. 

Cranmer May A. Miss, student University, res NE cor Ban- 
croft way and Ellsworth, B. 

Crann Kate, widow, res W s Cedar bet Goss and Short 

Craven Andrew F., principal Alameda High School, res St. 
James' House 

Craven Henry, porter C. P. R. R., res Fourth bet Castro 
and Brush 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 155 

Craven H. S., civil and mining engineer, res 56 Seventh 

Cravens Henry H., barber, res 715 Fourth 

Crawford A. W., carpenter with Power & Ough, res 624 
Second 

Crawford J. W., farmer, res E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 

Crawford M. M. Mrs., student Tavlor's Business College, res 
729 Myrtle 

Crawford Sewell G., carpenter, res 729 Myrtle 

Crawford S. G., piano tuner, res 729 Myrtle 

Crawford Thomas O., principal Lincoln Grammar School, 
res 1156 Broadway 

Crawford Thomas O., principal Lincoln Grammar School, 
res 1156 Broadway 

Crawford William, paper hanger, res Stewart's Hotel 

Creaser James, carpenter, res 722 Filbert 

Creed Ann, widow, res 707 Fifth 

Cregar Nelson S., laborer TV. D. Co. 

CrellinF. A., student Tavlor's Business College, res 1061 Oak 

Crellin John (Morgan k Co., S. F.) res 1061 Oak 

Crellin Louis, student Tavlor's Business College, res 1061 
Oak 

Crellin W., student Taylor's Business College, res 1061 Oak 

Cressey C. J., banker, res 312 Fourteenth 

Crissman Jeremiah, res 668 Fourteenth 

Crist E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 914 Harrison 

Crist Elsa, domestic 807 Market 

Crist G. F., proprietor Brooklyn Tannery, res cor East 14th 
and Twenty-first av 

Crites Lucy P., widow, res N s Taylor nr Willow 

Crittenden Carrie C. Miss, student University 

Crittenden D wight, res 971 Market 

Crocker C. F., clerk superintendent's office C. P. B. B., res 
S. F. 

Crocker George D., mining, res 1114 Twelfth 

Crocker Rebecca, domestic Chi Phi House 

Crocker J., brakeman C. P. B. B., res 1762 Goss 

Crocker TVinslow, carpenter, res 1169 West 

CROCKETT J. B., judge Supreme Court, res S s East 14th 
nr Twenty-eighth av, Fruit Yale 

Crockett John, mining secretary, rest S s East 14th nr Twen- 
ty-eighth av, Fruit Yale 

Crockett Bobert, law clerk, res S |s East 14th nr Twenty- 
eighth av, Fruit Yale 

Croke James, carpenter, res "W s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth 

Croken Patrick, carpenter, res "W s Magnolia nr Thirty- 
second 



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156 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Cromo J. H., carpenter, res Capital Hotel 

Crompton Charles, fireman C. P. K. R., res 612 East 12th 

Crompton John, engineer, 612 East 11th 

Cron William, butcher, res S s East 12th nr Eighteenth av 

Cronan Ellen, widow, res 561 East 15th 

Cronin Daniel N., driver Brooklyn Engine No. 4, res Brook- 
lyn Dining Boom 

Cronin John, farmer, res Redwood av nr Fruit Vale av 

Cronin Stephen D., saloon, NE cor Laurel and San Pablo av 

Cronin Thomas, laborer, S s University av bet First and 
Second, W. B. 

Cronin — , res Berkeley House 

Cronkrite John W., boot and shoemaker, NE cor Fifth and 
Lewis 

Crooker E. H., carpenter Grove-st Planing Mill, res 475 
Sixth 

Cropley Simmons, laborer, res Louisiana House 

Cropper William L., carpenter W. D. Co., res W s Filbert nr 
Twenty-eighth 

Crosby Charles, fireman C. P. R. R., res N s Eighth nr 
Willow 

Crosley H. W^., porter C. P. R. R., res Nicoll House 

Crosley J. S., dairy produce, poultry, fruit, etc., 1-3 City 
Market, res 954 Broadway 

Cross B. Mrs., res N s Eighth nr Wood 

Cross Hattie P. Miss, res N s Eighth nr Wood 

Cross Josephine, chambermaid RofT's Hotel 

Crossland John, carpenter W. D. Co., res Star Hotel 

Crossman John, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 959 Third 

Crosson Daniel, plumber with James McGivney, res Seven- 
teenth bet Brush and West 

Crosson Mary A. Mrs., res 769 Seventeenth 

Croswell Lizzie B. Miss, teacher Peralta School, res NE cor 
Shattuck and Mariposa av, North Temescal 

Crouch Thomas S., harnessmaker, 749 East 12th 

Crouch W. T. Mrs., res 668 Fourteenth 

Crow Edward W., res 1144 Myrtle 

Crow Isaac P., res SE cor Twenty-first and Market 

Crow William D., foreman Democrat, res Winsor House 

Crowell Eugene E., foreman C. P. R. R., res E s Chestnut 
bet Tenth and Twelfth 

Crowell George F., res cor Adeline and Forty-first 

Crowell — , mail agent C. P. R. R., res Sunnyside House 

Crowley Cornelius, saloon, 1837 Seventh 

Crowley Daniel, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res S s 
Twenty-sixth nr Grove 



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Crowley John, fireman C. P. R. R., res S s Pacific nr Camp- 
bell 
Crowley Michael, laborer, res 810 Market 
Cruess Ann Mrs., res E s Wood nr Chase 
Cruff Thomas A., clerk with Mix & Boyce, res 320 Eighth 
Crumb Edgar D., U. S. Mint (S. F.) res W s Broadway nr 

Twentieth 
Cruse An tone, laborer C. P. R R. 
Cruse Patrick, laborer, res 615 Madison 
Cruse William, foreman W. D. Co., res Seventh nr Pine 
Cruz Manuel, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res E s Harlan nr 

Peralta 
Cubery William M., printer (S. F.) res 960 Eighth 
Cuddy John, printer (S. F.) res N s Twelfth bet Willow 

and Campbell 
Cuddy Jeremiah, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Cuff Thomas, farmer, res N s Alcatraz av nr Telegraph av 
Culburtson Mary K., teacher Poston's Seminary, resE s Oak 

bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Culhane G., groceries and liquors, store and res 751 Willow 
Cullen M., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Cullen Thomas, machinist C. P. R. R., res Eighth bet W T ood 

and Willow 
Cullerton Michael, wines and liquors, NE cor Seventh and 

Jefferson 
Cumberson William, chief engineer W. D. Co., res Grand 

Western Hotel 
Cumming David, assistant instructor mathematics University 
Cummings A., res N s Seventh bet Wood and Pine 
Cummings Josie Miss, dressmaker with Emil Wells, res 

Cedar nr Seventh 
Cummings Hannah Miss, dressmaker, res W s Cedar bet 

Goss and Short 
Cummings W. T., telegraph operator, C. P. R. R., res 26 

Rincon pi (S. F.) 
Cummins A. B., res 685 Brown 
Cummins Clara, widow, res 685 Brown 
Cummins David, plasterer, res SE cor San Pablo av and 

Logan 
Cunningham Frank, laborer, res Eagle House 
Cunningham Joseph A., conductor C. P. R. R., res N s 

Eighth nr Campbell 
Cunningham Margaret Mrs., millinery arid millinery goods, 

960 Broadway 
Cunningham P. R. with California Mills (S. F.) res 569 

Eighth 



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158 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Cunningham T. J., clerk with Richard Horton, res Pacific 

nr Webster, Alameda 
Curley John, laborer, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Curley Patrick C, saloon and res SW cor Forty-fifth and 

Telegraph av 
Curran Rose, widow, res SE cor Willow and Lincoln 
Current Hugh S., res S s Fourteenth nr Franklin 
Currier Wallace O., student University 
Curry John, res 411 Seventh 

Curtin David, laborer, res E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 
Curtin Michael, engineer C. P. R. R., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House 
Curtis Edward, broommaker, res S s William bet Campbell 

and Willow 
Curtis James A., hostler with Bentley Bros, res NE cor 

Shattuck and University av, B 
Curtis J. M., atty-at-law (S. F.) res S s Twelfth between 

Kirkham and Center 
Curtis John, res N s Walton nr Telegraph av 
Curtis Lucian Mrs., res S s East 19th between Sixth and 

Seventh avs 
Curtis Marshall, res 779 Sixth 
Curtis Michael, farmer, res N s University av nr San Pablo 

av, W. B. 
CURTIS MURRAY, pedlar, res 1007 Seventh 
Curtis Stephen, res N s William nr Telegraph av 
Curtis Thomas, watchman Contra Costa Laundry, res S s 

Twenty-second nr Linden 
Curtis W. B., res 1008 Ninth av 

Curtis William F., contractor, res E s Linden nr Twelfth 
Cusheon John, laborer, res Eighth av bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth 
CUSHING & RYDER, (John Gushing and Andrew Ryder) 

groceries, Nicoll Block, cor Ninth and Washington 
Gushing A. D., engineer C. P. R. R., res East 11th bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth avs 
Cushing Clinton, physician and surgeon, SW cor Ninth and 

Broadway 
Cushing Frank W., assistant postmaster, res 1253 Clay 
Cushing John (Cushing & Ryder) res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing Simeon M., shipping clerk with I. Friedlander, res 

808 Clay 
Cusick Lucy, seamstress, D. and D. and B. Asjdum 
Cuthbertson W. J., architect, 461 Ninth, res 824 Wallace 
Cutler A. W., carpenter, res 813 East 14th 
Cutting F., (Cutting Packing Co., S. F.) res Tubbs' Hotel 



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Cutting James R., stationery, books and confectionery NE 

cor Pine and Seventh, res E s Chester nr Ninth 
Cutting Osmond, carpenter, res 518 Sixth 
Cutting Walter J., carpenter, res 518 Sixth 



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D'Ancona Abraham A., student University 
D'Estrella T. D., teacher D. and D. and B. Asylum 
D'Estrella Theophilus, student University 
Dagen Samuel A., clerk with H. Bowman, res 661 Grove 
Daggett Louisa Mrs., res N s East 15th between Fifth and 
Sixth avs 

Daggett Westley, res N s East 15th between Fifth and Sixth 
avs 

Dagnan Michael, fireman steamer Capital 

Dagnell Michael, res E s Castro nr Twentieth 

Dahl Frederick, carpenter with Power & Ough res cor 
Eleventh av and East 23d 

Dahlbom Charles, hostler with T. F. Bagge, SE cor Center 
and Seventhj 

Dahle Annie Mrs., seamstress, res 856 Franklin 

Dahlen Francis, res 1514 San Pablo av 

Dailey Peter J., cigars and news depot, 1762 Seventh, res 
W s W lllow nr Chase 

DALLY EVENING DEMOCRAT, John Wanless proprie- 
tor and publisher, 474 Twelfth 

DAILY EVENING TRIBUNE, Tribune Publishing Co. 
publishers and proprietors, 911 Broadway 

DAILY OAKLAND TRANSCRIPT, Chamberlain & Pow- 
ers, proprietors, 911 Broadway 

Daingerfield William R., student University, res Chi Phi 
House 

Dakes & Smith (R. H. Dakes and George H. Smith) car- 
nage painters, 1062 Thirteenth av 

Dakes Priscilla J. Mrs., dressmaker, res W s Curtis bet 
Nineteenth and Twentieth 

Dakes Richard H., (Dakes & Smith) res W s Curtis nr 
Twentieth 

Daley Richard, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Market 

Daley Timothy, teamster, res St. Louis House 

Dalghesh George, stairbuilder W. D. Co., res 1712 Eighth 

Dallam Frank M., compositor Tribune, res 1104 Broadway 



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Dallam R. B. (Armes & Dallam, S. F.) res NE cor Grove 

and Fifteenth 
Dallimore William J., farmer with Horatio P. Livermore, 

res N s Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo av 
Dalton Henry P., student University 
Dalton James, laborer, W. D. Co. 
Dalton John, fireman Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Dalton John, smoother Contra Costa Laundry, cor Four- 
teenth and Peralta 
Dalton P. E. (Contra Costa Laundry Association) res 1751 

Howard, S. F. 
Daly Charles, clerk with M. C. Hawley & Co. (S. F.) res 

SW cor Sixth av and East 10th 
Daly Dennis, marble polisher with J. Sullivan, res 417 

Seventh 
Daly John, carpenter, res 565 Second 
Daly John, carpenter, res 1002 Third 
Daly Timothy, teamster, res St. Louis House 
Daly — , laborer, res 808 Chester, rear 
Dalziel & Moller (Robert Dalziel and William Moller) 

plumbers, gasfitters and importers gas fixtures, NW cor 

Thirteenth and Broadway 
DALZIEL JAMES, stoves and tinware, 1153 Broadway, res 

752 Fifteenth 
Dalziel Robert (Dalziel & Moller) res 518 Fifteenth 
Dalziel — Miss, res 957 Washington 
Dam Alphonso, engineer, res 763 Fifth 
Dam Cyrus, piledriver, res 718 Market 
Dam G. W. (Pope, Dam & Green) res 916 Broadway 
Dam Harry J., reporter S. F. Evening Post, res S s Locust 

nr Telegraph av 
Dam L. E. Mrs., res S s Locust nr Telegraph av 
Dam Samuel, laborer, res 763 Fifth 
Damcholer Bruno, driver Blair's Dairy, res Montecito av nr 

Peralta av 
Damon Baxter, collector (S. F.) res 766 Fourteenth 
Damon James E., real estate agent (S. F.) res 766 Four- 
teenth 
Damon Lizzie Miss, teacher piano, res 766 Fourteenth 
Dana Edward, bartender with James Mofntt 
Danahan Catherine, domestic, S s Dwight way nr Ellsworth 
Danforth Edward, bookkeeper, res 409 Twelfth 
Danforth George S., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 

309 Third 
Danide Peter, mariner, res W s Harrison bet Third and 

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OAKLAND [ JJ ] DIRECTORY. 161 

Daniels Arthur F., upholsterer with E. Hook, res 1956 Fil- 
bert 

Dauiels Gilbert B., salesman with E. Hook, res 1956 Filbert 

Daniels Henry W., steward Piedmont Springs Hotel 

Daniels J. M., carpenter, res W s Brush nr Seventh 

Daniels Seth F., atty-at-law, 456 Eighth, res 1956 Filbert 

Danielson B., clerk, res 820 East 12th 

Danike Daniel, teamster, res Roff 's Hotel 

Dannaker William A., carpenter, res S s William bet Wood 
and Willow 

Danten George, brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Darche Ernestine, with Cal. Watch Co. 

Darche Frank P., cook, res E s Third nr Addison, W. B. 

DARGIE WILLIAM E., manager Oakland Tribune Pub- 
lishing Co., 911 Broadway., res Prospect pi nr Tele- 
graph ay 

Dargin John, carpenter, res 863 Campbell 

Darling E. D., gasfitter, res Sunnyside House 

Darling Thomas L., grainer, res 1305 Alice 

Darnal John C, laborer W. D. Co., res S s Taylor bet Pine 
and Cedar 

Darragh Lucy Mrs., res 1804 William 

Darris Thomas, driver Oakland R. R. Co. 

Darrow M. E. Mrs., res 1156 Alice 

Dart Putnam C, commission merchant (S. F.) res 1129 
Myrtle 

Dauriac John J., res 1268 Grove 

Davenport George L., surveyor with M. G. King, res 328 
Eighth 

Davenport Jefferson, miller, res W s Lusk nr Evoy av 

David Sidney, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Thirty -fourth 

Davidson Frank, driver with G. H. Naegle, res cor Market 
and Thirteenth 

Davidson James, real estate, res E s Henry bet Third and 
Fifth 

Davidson William M., laborer, res 813 Thirteenth 

Davillo J. M., laborer with W. A. Bray 

Davis A. S., plumber and gasfitter, res N s Ninth nr Chester 

Davis B. J., car repairer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 

Davis Carroll M., student Universit}', res 809 Castro 

Davis Charles B., calker, res W s Kirkham nr Eighth 

Davis Charles E., clerk with Watson & Co. (S. F.) res cor 
Ninth and Brush 

Davis Charles W., carpenter, res cor Bristol and Fourth, 
W. B. 

Davis David A., carpenter, res 410 Tenth 



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Davis Edward W., farmer, res Fruit Yale av 

Davis Edmund S., surveyor general (Nevada) res 769 Eighth 

Davis Eliza, domestic D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Davis F. A., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Davis Frederick A., clerk with A. Roman & Co. (S. F.) res 
769 Eighth 

Davis Frederick W., res 1115 Tenth av 

Davis G. A. J., merchant, res 554 Charter 

Davis Granville, bootmaker, res 573 Eighth 

Davis Harris, furniture, 716 Broadway, res Washington bet 
Third and Fourth 

Davis Henry, carpenter W. D. Co., res cor Atlantic and 
Pine 

Davis Henry B., calker W. D. Co., res 1023 Third 

Davis James, driver with E. Hook 

Davis James, farmer, res Telegraph road nr University av, B. 

Davis James, shoemaker with Harry W. Howell, res Oak- 
land Point 

Davis James H., whitener, res W s Filbert nr Twenty -first 

Davis John, laborer C. P. R. B., res NW cor Grove and 
T wen ty-se venth 

Davis John, teamster, res NE cor San Pablo av and Walton 

Davis John H., butcher, shop and res W s Thirteenth av 
bet East 12th and East 14th 

Davis J. T., coachman with G. S. Dodge 

Davis Luther, hostler New York Stables, res SW cor Eighth 
and Webster 

Davis Manuel, laborer C. P. R. B. 

Davis Marks, tailor, 472 Eighth 

DAVIS P. E., Domestic and Grover & Baker Sewing Ma- 
chines, stamping and embroidery, 1161 Broadway, res 
561 Seventh 

Davis Robert, res N s Dwight way nr Humboldt av, B. 

Davis R. G., cabinetmaker (S. F.) res W s Webster nr 
Prospect pi 

Davis Samuel S., porter, res W s Adeline nr Twenty-sixth 

Davis Sewing Machines, S. G. Early agent, 1101 Broadway 

Davis Thomas, driver Oakland R. R. Co., res cor Forty- 
ninth and Telegraph av, Temescal 

Davis Thomas F., clerk, res 809 Castro 

Davis William H., housesmith, res 712 Chester 

Davis William H., real estate agent, res SW cor Twelfth 
and Campbell 

Davis William W., farmer, res 831 Myrtle 

Davis W. W. Mrs., res 604 Seventeenth 

Davison Douglas, carriagemaker, res S s Fifth nr Lewis 



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OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 163 

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Davison L., gilder with Lutz & Berg, res Center nr Seventh 
Davisson Bobert G., res SW cor Third av and East loth 
Daw John, bookkeeper, res 963 Castro 
Dawe Frank, molder, res 366 Ninth 

Dawe Frank Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, res 366 Ninth 
i Dawes Mary A. Mrs., res 323 Fifth 
DAWLESS JOSEPH W., architect, res SW cor Shattuck 

and University av, B. 
Dawson Elizabeth A., dressmaker, res 863 Clay 
; Dawson T. M. Rev., res Tubbs' Hotel 
! Dav Clinton, architect, 1104 Broadway, res 1201 Alice 
I Dav John E., vardmaster C. P. B. R. Wharf, res 829 Cedar 
\ Day John G., porter C. P. B. B., res 713 Fifth 
Day J. W., machinist California Watch Co. 
Day Lott, furnished rooms and boarding, 503 Eleventh 
Day Richard, res Mansion House, E. O. 
j Day Boger S., insurance agent, 422 Twelfth, res Nicoll 
House 
Daymond George F., ship calker, res 728 Myrtle 
Davton S. Audlev, res W s Eleventh av bet East 16th and 
* East 17 th 
! De Buchberger L. Mine., teacher music and languages, res 
475 Ninth 
De FORREST & CO. (Henry L. De Forrest) general job 
printers, 828 Broadway 
| De Forrest Henry L. (De Forrest & Co.) res 731 Folsom,S.F 
De Fremery Herman S., custom house broker (S. F.) res S 

s Fourteenth bet Linden and Filbert 
De Fremery James, banker (S. F.) res cor Eighteenth and 

Adeline 
De Fremerv William, res W s Franklin bet Seventeenth and 

Durant 
De Frietez Vincent, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
De Golia Darwin, bridge tender and special policeman, res 

foot of Alice 
De Golia George E., student University, res foot of Alice 
De Grange I. J., civil engineer, res SW cor William and 

Pine 
De Gregori Louis, res N s Atlantic bet Wood and Pine 
De Jardin Edward, carpenter, res N s East First and 

Seventh and Eighth avs 
De La Montanya Hudson, res 1004 Ninth av 
DE LA MONT ANY A M., stoves and tinware and metal 

roofing, 1011 Broadway, res 656 Sixth 
De La Montanya Matthew jr., bookkeeper with M. De La 
Montanya, res 656 Sixth 



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164 OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 

De Larie Louis, gardener, res 919 Adeline 

De Leo de Laguna A., proprietor The Kelsey House, E s 
Telegraph av bet Charter and Elm 

De Leo de Laguna William, clerk, res The Kelsey House 

De Maniel Gustave, bookkeeper, res SE cor Fifteenth and 
and Jefferson 

De Morago J. R. Mrs., res 1926 San Pablo av 

De Pue Edgar J., clerk with Redington & Co. (S. F.) res N 
s East 16th bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs 

De Pue Frank H., res N s East 16th bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth avs 

De Pue James, canvasser, res N s East 16th bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth avs 

De Rochefort Jennie Mrs., res 612^ East 12th 

De Tavel T. C. H., physician, res 460 Third 

De Witt James M. (Edwards & De Witt) NW cor Elev- 
enth and Broadway 

De Wolfe Ella H. Miss, student University 

Deaf and Dumb and Blind Asylum (State) 1 mile SE of 
University, B. 

Deal Benjam F., detective C. P. R. R., res E s Market nr 
Seventeenth 

Deal William C, student University 

Dean Bridget, nurse, cor University av and Pryals lane 

Dean E. H., blacksmith's helper C. P. R. R., res S s Wil- 
liam bet Wood and Willow 

Dean Elisha B. (E. B. Dean & Co., S. F.) res 1219 Grove 

Dean Frank M., with Main & Winchester (S. F.) res 951 
Willow 

Dean George, laborer W. D. Co. 

Dean George, clerk, res 664 Sixth 

Dean J. B., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Dean William H., pastor East Oakland Presbyterian Church, 
res N s East 15th bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs 

Deane CollT., stockbroker (S. F.) res Kelsey House 

Deane Edmond, widow, res W s Eleventh av bet East 14th 
and East 15th 

Deane John (Murphy, Grant & Co., S. F.) res 716 Fourteenth 

Dearborn John A., gardener, res W s Chestnut nr Thirty- 
second 

Deavers Martin, painter W. D. Co. 

Deberg Mary, domestic, 563 Fifth 

Deboice Elizabeth Mrs., dressmaker, res 555 Broadway 

Deboise Luke, stockowner, Oakland Trotting Park 

Dedring F., laborer with E. Surryhne & Co., res Cedar bet 
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OAKLAND [ JJ ] DIRECTORY. 165 

Deegan Timothy, laborer, res 656 Jackson 

Deering Barbara, domestic, 838 Jackson 

Deering Charles J., res Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 

Deering Henry, tailor, 1018 Broadway 

Deery Mary, nurse Blake House 

DEGEN GEORGE F., principal Classical and English 

School, res 1420 San Pablo av 
Degenhardt William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 

653 Jackson 
Degnan Michael, gardener, res 1033 Adeline 
Deguzee Carl W., steward stmr El Capitan, res 717 Center 
Deike Frederick, butcher, res N s East 16th bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 
DEIKE WILLIAM, proprietor East Oakland Hotel, SE cor 

East 12th and Fourteenth av 
Deitrick A. A., butcher, res Ss Twenty -ninth nr San Pablo av 
Deitrick Alice R. Miss, school teacher, res Winsor House 
Delaney James, laborer, res NW cor Adeline and First 
Delaney William F., bartender with John Maher, res St. 

Louis House 
Delaney — , widow, seamstress with Christian Schreiber 
Delano — , printer, res Franklin House 
Delbon Charles, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Dellemagne L., jeweler with Berger & Co., res 967 Broad- 
way 
Delger Frederick, real estate, res 524 Eighteenth 
Deluchi Antonio, dishwasher Barnum's Restaurant, res Ninth 

bet Franklin and Webster 
Deluchi Louis, vegetable garden,|E s Shattuck nr Mono av, 

North Temescal 
Deluchi Lorenzo, farmer, E s Shattuck J mile N Temescal 
Demi Augustus (J. Fredericks) res 860 Lydia 
Demarais Charles, carpenter, res W s Lewis bet Second and 

Third 
Demarais George, engineer Oakland Engine Co. No. 3. res 

1662 Eighth 
DEMING JAY, agent Whitney & Co.'s Express, res Alta 

House 
Deming John D., mariner, res 478 Twelfth 
Demming D. C, driver Oakland R. R. 

Dempsey John, carpenter, res SE cor Second and Webster 
Dempsey John, plasterer, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Dempsey Lizzie, domestic with H. C. Campbell 
Dempsey Patrick, carpenter, res 823 Chester 
Denahey Daniel, laborer, res NE cor Adeline and First 
Denaut E., fruit and vegetables, 459 Fourth 



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Denehay Daniel, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Denehay David, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Dengler John D., cabinetmaker with P. Schreiber, res 831 

Franklin 
Denison Charles H., insurance (S. P.) res 967 Market 
Denison Eli S., news agent C. P. P. P., res SW cor Eighth 

and Myrtle 
Denman Frank H., student University, res Berkeley House 
Dennan John, laborer, res 818 Twenty-first 
Dennen A. M., laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Dennen Augustus M., carpenter, res W s Willow bet William 

and Seventh 
Denner Louis, carpenter, res E s Harlan nr Peralta 
Dennis William, packer with Babcock & Gould 
Dennis William H., teamster with Thomas & Anderson, res 

W s Broadway bet Linden and Weston av 
Denny J. B., watchman W. D. Co. 
Denny M E. Mrs., res 1802 Grove 
Denslow Harmon, student University 

Dent F. S., draughtsman W. D. Co., res 5 Cushman, S. F. 
Denton S. P. (Swenson, Burcher & Denton) res W s Fifth 

nr Delaware, W. B. 
Depue William, carpenter Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 1113 

Sixteenth av 
Derby Edward M. lumber dealer, res S s East 14th nr Julia, 

Fruit Vale 
Derby Henry J., with J. S. Derby, res 865 East 15th 
Derby. J. S., proprietor Oak Grove Tannery, res 861 East 

12th 
Derby Thomas, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Dermody Patrick, porter Grand Central Hotel 
Dermot John, contractor and builder, res 214 Eighth 
Des Bochers Charles L., real estate agent, res 610 Four- 
teenth 
Desmond Mary, domestic with S. N. Putnam 
Desmond Patrick, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res 

Grand Central Hotel 
Dessell Frederick, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Detambel William, painter, res 409 Ninth 
Detels E. J., apprentice Alameda Iron Works, res SW cor 

Seward and Peralta 
Detels Martin, grocer (S. F.) res SW cor Peralta and Seward 
Detels William, machinist Pacific Iron Works (S. F.) res 

SW cor Seward and Peralta 
Detering Frederick, farmer," res W s Cedar nr Division 
Detrick A. P. Miss, teacher penmanship, res Winsor House 



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OAKLAND [ J) ] DIRECTORY. 167 

Dettermonz R., laundryman Grand Central Hotel 

Deuschle John J., contractor, res S s Forty-fourth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Devers Martin J., painter, res E s Willow nr Lincoln 

Devine Edward, salesman with George H. Tay <fe Co. (S. F.) 
res 225 Second 

Devine Michael, res 701 Franklin 

Devine Thomas, stevedore C. P. R. E., res 863 Campbell 

Devoe Zadie Mrs., res E s Webster nr Twenty-second 

Devoll, George B., res 1605 Telegraph av 

Devoll G. B. Mrs., dressmaker, 1605 Telegraph av 

Deweese Cornelius, liquor merchant (S. F.) res W s Center 
between Seventh and Eighth 

Dewes L. A. Mrs., widow, res 658 Ninth 

Dewes Mrs., res Blake House 

DEWEY ALFRED T., (Dewey & Co., S. F.) res Franklin 
bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

DEXTER LP7ERY STABLE, S. A. Brown proprietor, 
NE cor Harrison and Twelfth 

Diard Joseph F., gardener, res Thirteenth av, Lynn 

Dias G. Mrs, res 809 East 12th 

Dibble William M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res SE cor Ells- 
worth and University av, B. 

Dick B. C, agent London Assurance Corporation, La Caisse 
Generale (French Insurance Corporation) Western As- 
surance Co. (of Toronto) and Lycoming Fire Insurance 
Co. (of Pennsylvania) 1004 Broadway, res 518 East 12th 

DICK WILLIAM' & CO. (William Dick) dry goods, 478 
Ninth 

Dick William (William Dick & Co.) res 1389 Telegraph av 

Dickele F., expressman, NE cor Ninth and Broadway, res 
Franklin nr Broadway 

Dickerson David E., carpenter, res NE cor Thirteenth av 
and East 14th 

Dickerson William L., carpenter, res 809 Henry 

Dickley Frank, expressman, res 1003 Franklin 

Dicus — , carpenter, res 809 Webster 

Diedrichsohn Alexander, saloon and billiards, 1816 Seventh 
res S s William bet Wood and Willow 

Diefenbach Louis, laborer with Gurnett & Ayers, res 1949 
Filbert 

Diener Augusta, domestic, res Germania Gardens, B. 

Diener Christian, harness maker, res Germania Gardens, B. 

Dierke F. Mrs., res W s San Pablo avnrN Oakland Station 

Dietz A. C, merchant (S. F.) res W s San Pablo av nr 
Temescal creek 



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Dietz A. E., janitor Dietz Hall, res 326 Twelfth 
Dietz Hall, A. C. Dietz proprietor, 326 Twelfth 
Dieves Joseph (Kramm & Dieves) res cor Telegraph av and 

Durant 
Dieves Joseph P., proprietor Three Mile House, San Lean- 

dro road, three miles E. of Oakland 
Diezelski Louis, waiter with Campbell & Spiars, res 1054 

Broadway 
Dignan Michael, fireman steamer Capital, res 517 Fourth 
Dike Charles, res IS! s East 16th bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth avs 
Dille George, brakeman C. P. Ft. R. 
Dille Jefferson T., carpenter, res Birch bet Beckwith and 

Diamond, North Temescal 
DILLON JOSEPH M., city assessor, office City Hall, room 

1, res SE cor Oak and Seventh 
Dillon W. J., res 1159 Franklin 
Dilmas Joseph, potter with Miller & Winsor, res cor East 

11th and Park 
DIME EXPRESS, John Ruth proprietor, 1052 Broadway 
Dimon Charles L., insurance (S. F.) res W s Castro nr 

Eighteenth 
Dimond Hugh, res near North end Fruit Vale av 
Dingee W. Jackson, bookkeeper with Olney & Co., res Man- 
sion House 
Dingwell Joseph, carpenter, res W s Henry bet Third and 

Fifth 
Dingwell Bobert, carpenter, res W s Henry bet Third and 

Fifth 
Dinsmore L., carpenter, res 1009 Chester 
Dinsmore Maria, dressmaker, 1120 Ninth av 
Dinsmore Wallace, student University, res S s University 

av nr Choate, B. 
DINSMORE WILLIAM G., drugs and medicines, 1059 

Broadway, res 1160 Alice 
Dion Clovis, gardener with J. B. Gagnon, res 407 First 
DIRECTORY OF OAKLAND, Wm. B. Hardy, agent, 959 

Broadway 
Dissosway Henry, oysters, res 912 Fifth 
Diston Robert, cook, res Winthrop House 
District Attorney, John Ft. Glascock, Court House 
Disturnell M. E. Mrs., res 1156 Broadway 
Dix M. Mr., res 807 Harrison 
Dix Rufus, housemover, res W s Curtis nr Lydia 
Dix William, laborer, res cor Willow and Campbell 
Dixon Agnes, widow, res NE cor East 16th and Tenth av 



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• Dixon Almond B., farmer, cor Alcatraz av and Adeline, B. 
Dixon George, stableman with O. B. & F. V. E. E., resE s 

Twelfth av bet East loth and East 16th 
I Dixon James, stableman with O. B. & F. V. E. E., res cor 
East 16th and Tenth av 

• Dixon James K. P., copyist with County Eecorder, res SE 

cor Broadway and Fourth 

Dixon J. J., carpenter, res Eland House 
j Dixon John, res 949 Filbert 

Dixon John B., carpenter, res Twelfth av nr East 23d 

Dixon Lucas, res 949 Filbert 
I Dixon Maggie Miss, res 949 Filbert 
;' Dixon Samuel L., clerk (S. F.) res 949 Filbert 
; Dixon W., blindmaker with H. W. Barnes 
; Doane L., res 809 Webster 

!; Docking Thomas, physician, office and res 512 Sixth 
J Doctor Jane, domestic, N s Walton nr West 

• Dodge Charles F., (Kohler & Dodge) res cor Kirkham and 

Eighth 
j Dodge George S., res cor Madison and Ninth 
Dodge John A., policeman, res 260 Fifth 
Dodge J. Wins, bookkeeper, res NW cor Twelfth av and 

East 15th 
Dodge S. J., proprietor Cosmopolitan House, 859 Broadway 
Dodge Susan C, widow, res N s Delaware nr Sixth, W. B. 
Dodge William C., principal Peralta School, res 867 Wash- 
ington 
DODS JAMES, treasurer and city clerk, office City Hall, 

room 4, res 1006 Webster 
Dodson Mary F. Mrs., stewardess, res 863 Clay 
Dodson Sophia Mrs., ladies nurse, res 707 Washington, rear 
Doe Frederick A., bookkeeper with Luke Doe, res Winsor 

House 
DOE LUKE, real estate agent, house broker and collector, 

958 Broadway, res 665 Twelfth 
Doe Mellen, res 215 Twelfth 

Doerfler Joseph, res SE cor East 14th and Fifteenth av 
Doff William, piledriver, res 921 Fifth 
Doherty George W., surveyor, res 721 Fifth 
Doherty John, surveyor, res 721 Fifth 
Doherty John A., carpenter Grand Central Hotel 
Doherty Eebecca, housekeeper Zeta Psi Hall 
Dohrman F., butcher, res W s San Pablo av nr Higgins road 
Dolan Arthur, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
Dolan James, plasterer, res W s Humboldt av one-half mile 

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170 OAKLAND [])] DIRECTORY. 

Dolan John, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res Ninth 

bet Washington and Clay 
Dolan Michael, expressman, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Grove 
Dolan Michael, res W s West bet Park and Wallace 
Dolan Patrick, lather, res 571 Charter 
Dolan Philip, stableman with A. W. May 
Dolan Thomas, laborer, res SE cor Chester and Fifth 
Dolan Thomas, painter, res 160 Seventh 
Dole E. Miss, res 567 Eighth 
Dole William A. carpenter, res 858 Clay 
Doling James, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 800 Jef- 
ferson 
Dolman William H., res W s Eleventh av bet East 15th and 

East 16th 
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE, P. E. Davis agent, 1161 

Broadway 
Donahar John W., proprietor Alta House, NW cor Wash- 
ington and Eighth 
Donahoe F., laborer C. P. E. E. 

Donahoo William H. (Vance <fe Donahoo) res 812 Twentieth 
Donanue B. J. (Yiscovich & Donahue) res 858 Broadway 
Donahue Daniel, laborer, res S s Park bet West and Grove 
Donahue Edward, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tel- 
egraph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Donahue John, boilermaker, res S s Park bet West and 

Grove 
Donahue John, laborer, res Ss Atlantic bet Wood and Willow 
Donahue John, res Mansion House, E. O. 
Donahue Michael, laborer, res N s Lydia nr West 
Donahue Mortley, res NE cor Seventeenth and West 
Donahue Patrick, laborer with Freeman & Jaffe, res Me- 
chanics' Hotel 
Donald John, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Donaldson Alexander, carpenter, res Union Hotel 
Donaldson James, painter, res Eailroad Avenue Hotel 
Donaldson William A. (Ehoda & Donaldson) res N s Twelfth 

bet Franklin and Webster 
Donelin T. J., wharfinger Broadway wharf, res 269 Fifth 
Donley Edward, res cor Thirteenth av and East 23d 
Donnaten Charles E., laborer C. P. E. E., res S s Atlantic 

bet Wood and Pine 
Donnellan Thomas, pressman with Butler & Bowman, res N 

s Twenty-eighth nr Market 
Donnelly John, bakery, NW cor Goss and Pine 
Donnelly Lizzie A. Miss, variety store, SW cor Taylor and 
Campbell 



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OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 171 

Donnelly Peter, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

Donnelly Peter, laborer, res Wintbrop House 

Donning Mat, conductor C. P. R>. Pv. 

Donnolly Ellen, widow, ladies nurse, res SE cor Adeline and 

Twenty-eighth 
Donohue Daniel, laborer, res N s William bet Cedar and 

Bay 
Donohue John, laborer, res Union Hotel 
Donohue Peter, bricklayer, res 464 Third 
Donohue Richard, laborer, res Overland House 
Donollan Thomas, expressman, cor Broadway and Seventh, 

res cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Donovan & Rademacher (Daniel Donovan and August Rade- 

macher) sewer contractors, 1200 Broadway 
Donovan Daniel (Donovan & Rademacher) res SW cor Ninth 

and Washington 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, res 833 Sixteenth 
Donovan James, laborer, res SE cor Telegraph and Alcatraz 

avs 
Donovan James P., architect with P. Donovan, res Delger 

nr San Pablo av 
Donovan John, fireman stmr El Capitan, res 1003 Third 
Donovan John, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res Winthrop 

House 
Donovan Margaret Mrs., res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Neal, foreman with Rosenthal, Feder & Co. (S. F.) 

res 808 Castro 
Donovan Patrick, architect, 454 Eighth, res Delger nr San 

Pablo av 
Donzelmann Gazina Miss, res 727 Eighth 
Donzelmann John, agent with Kohler & Frohling (S. F.) 

res 725 Eighth 
Doody Daniel, clerk with F. Mellor, res 16 Langton (S. F.) 
Doody Miles, painter, res 565 Sixth 
Doody Patrick, laborer, res El Dorado House 
Doolen Michael, laborer, res Eighth nr Bay 
Dooley Margaret, widow, res N s East 18th bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 
Dooling James, dairy, W s Broadway nr Weston av 
Doolittle Henry (How & Doolittle) res 309 Seventh 
Doonan Daniel, laborer, res Winthrop House 
Doran John, hod carrier, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Dorman Simon M., clerk Tubbs' Hotel 
Dorn Marcellus, student University 

Dorn S. H., butcher San Francisco Market, res 836 Broad- 
way 



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172 OAKLAND [J)] DIRECTORY. 

Dornay John, bookkeeper with. A. McGarry, res SE cor 

First and Broadway 
Dornin George D., insurance agent (S. F.) res N s Dwight 

way nr Audubon, B. 
Dornin George W., draughtsman W. D. Co., res Dwight 

way nr Piedmont way, B. 
Dornin Oscar G., paying Teller Union National Gold Bank, 

res W s Fifth av bet East 15th and East 16th 
Dorr P. J., salesman with Mellis Bros., res Grove bet Ninth 

and Tenth 
Dorrell Gideon, carpenter, res cor Washington and Sixth 
Dorsch Charles, tailor, 459 Sixth 
Dota An tone, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Dota Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Doty Charles H., agent P. T. Co.) res 669 Third 
Doud C. C. C, clerk (S. F.) res Blake House 
Dougherty Ellen, domestic, 1157 Jefferson 
Dougherty John, laundiyman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dougherty L., plasterer, res 1555 Seventh 
Dougherty Patrick, laboier, res E s Henry bet Third and 

Fifth t 
Douglas Nathan S. (Babcock & Douglas) res NW cor Thir- 
tieth and Chestnut 
Douglass Duncan, molder, res W s Hollis nr A 
Dove Jane Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 903 Wester 
Dove Jennie Miss, hairdresser, 903 Webster 
Dow Cyrus H., rancher, res Webster nr Broadway 
Dow Daniel, painter W. D. Co. 
Dow Esther, dressmaker, 461 Ninth 
Dow Lorenzo, carpenter, res N s Eleventh bet Kirkham and 

Cypress 
Dowd Barnard, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res S s Third 

nr Adeline 
Dowd Daniel, laborer, res E s Henry bet Fifth and Seventh 
Dowd Henry, laborer, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Dowell John W., laborer, res NW cor Evoy and Lusk 
Dowling John, carpenter, res Overland House 
Dowling M. F., miller (S. E.) res 1074 Wood 
Dowling Richard H., carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
Dowling Thomas, carpenter W. D. Co., res SW cor Cedar 

and William 
Dowling Thomas, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Down George, boarding, 1833 Seventh 
Downer T. H., lather, res Eland House 
Downey Charles, butcher with B. Northup, N s Seventh nr 

Willow 



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173 



Downey John H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 555 
Broadway 

Downey William Mrs., widow, res 665 Fifth 

Downie George, miller, res SE cor Eleventh and Madison 

DOWNING & FORESTER (Theodore Downing and Ed- 
ward Forester) proprietors Oakland, Pacheco and Mt. 
Diablo Stage Line, 368 Eighth 

DOWNING ALBERT, cigars and tobacco, 1152 Broad- 
way, res 1018 Wood 

Downing George, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Downing Theodore (Downing & Forester) res Eureka Hotel 

Doyle Daniel laborer, C. P. R. R. 

Doyle James, laborer, res 656 Jackson 

Doyle James S., carpenter, res NE cor Shattuck and Uni- 
versity av, B. 

Doyle John, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 

Doyle Lawrence, laborer, res 1834 Grove 

Doyle Michael, laborer, res Seventh bet Broadway and 
Franklin 

Doyle Patrick, laborer, res 656 Jackson 

Doyle — , hackman, res 864 Washington 

Dozier A. T., assayer, chemist and metallurgist, 461 Ninth 



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368 EIGHTH SREET, 

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And Mi. Diablo Stage Line, 

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CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and SADDLE HORSES TO HIRE. 

Horses Boarded, and particular attention paid to Transient Customers. 

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174 OAKLAND [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

Draher May Miss, res 958 Eighth 

Drain Michael, laborer, res N s Lydia bet West and Market 
Drake George W., wood and coal (S. F.) res 1720 Seward 
Draper Charles F., physician and surgeon, office and res W 

s Market nr Twenty-eighth 
Drennon James, engineer, res 1014 Eleventh av 
Dresco Lorenzo, foreman quarry Oakland Paving Co., res 

McAdam nr Broadway 
Dresser J. A., journalist, res Winsor House 
Dressier George, boot and shoemaker, store and res 624 

East 12th 
Drew George I., carpenter, res 369 Fifth 
Dreyer J. H., bootmaker with F. Senram, res 851 Harrison 
Drinkwater A. M., clerk with Miller, Grinnell & Co., res 

Winsor House 
Drinkwater L. H., master mariner, res 568 Fifteenth 
Driscoll Daniel, laborer, res St. Louis House 
Driscoll Dennis J., sailmaker, res 1661 Atlantic 
Driscoll James, laborer, res 1661 Atlantic 
Driscoll Jeremiah, hod carrier, res NE cor Tenth and 

Franklin 
Driscoll Jeremiah, painter, res 417 Seventh 
Driscoll Jerry, laborer, res 1661 Atlantic 
Driscoll John, laborer, res 1661 Atlantic 
Driscoll Katie, nurse, res 1661 Atlantic 
Driscoll Lawrence, painter 417 Seventh 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, res 720 Filbert 
Driscoll William, laborer, res 657 Washington 
Driver James, farmer, San Pablo av ^ mile N California 

Watch Co., W. B. 
Driver John R., farmer San Pablo Road 1 mile N California 

Watch Co., W. B. 
Drosbach Andrew, sawyer with Shakespeare & Walter, res 

682 Elm 
DRUCKER HERMANN, proprietor Capital Saloon, 1055 

Thirteenth av 
Drugan James, laborer, res 314 Third 
Drum John S., capitalist, 422 Twelfth, res 953 Market 
Drummond Edward, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dryden William S., groceries, 830 Twenty-second 
Drynen John, conductor U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 227 Tenth 
Dubermilk Julius, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Dubois Peter G., carpenter W. D. Co., res N s Forty-second 

nr Telegraph av 
Duces George, butcher with E. Jungermaji, res N s Dalton 

nr stockvards 



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OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 175 

Ducey Patrick, milkman, res W s Sixth av bet East 17th and 

East 18th 
Duck James, bartender with J. Hannifin, res St. Jame's 

House 
Ducker James W., res St. James House 
Duddy Martin, expressman, res 911 Alice 
Duddy William, elevator boy Grand Central Hotel, res 911 

Dudley C. E., conductor C. P. R, R. 

Dudley William H., stableman Capital Livery and Sale 
Stables 

Duffey Edward F., carpenter Enterprise Mill, res 835 Clay 

Duffey Thomas, plasterer, res 1054 Broadwav 

Dufit Mary Mrs., res 370 Third 

Duffy J., pipelayer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Duffy James, laborer, res 920 Franklin 

Duffy James, plasterer, res St. Louis House 

Duffy Patrick, saloon and res W s San Pablo av nr Berkeley 

Duffy Thomas, plasterer, res St. Louis House 

Dugan Charles, plasterer, res 741 Bay pi 

Dugan George, lather, res N s Twelfth nr Kirkham 

Duggan Adelaide Miss, student University 

Duggan Marv Miss, housekeeper, 860 Seventh 

DUHRKOOP CHARLES B., superintendent California Arti- 
ficial Stone Paving Co., res B nr Thirty-fourth (Watts' 
Tract) 

Duisenberg H. A., res Tubbs' Hotel 

Dulion Alfred, butcher with E. Dulion, res 759 Franklin 

Dulion Emile, butcher, 420 Ninth, res 759 Franklin 

Dunbar — , carpenter, res S s Logan nr Market 

Duncan Alexander, res 719 Tenth 

Duncan Annie Miss, res 719 Tenth 

Duncan Fannie Mrs., res 719 Tenth 

Duncan George, res Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 

Duncan George J., conductor C. P. P. P. 

Duncan John J., res 719 Tenth 

Duncan Lee Miss, res 719 Tenth 

Duncombe A. Mrs., boarding, 615 Fourth 

Duncombe Lucy M. Mrs., E s Ellsworth nr Bancroft way, B. 

Duncombe William A., student University, res E s Ellsworth 
nr Bancroft way, B. 

Dundass Noah, stableman with James Brown, res Golden 
Star Hotel 

Dungau R. M., carpenter, res 1672 Third 

Dunham A. M., photographer, res 523 Tenth 

Dunham Clarrissa Mrs., 523 Tenth 



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176 OAKLAND [J)] DIKECTORY. 

Dunham George P., hackman Fashion Stable, res 52-4 Sixth 

Dunham John, fireman Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

Dunham Murry, photographer, NW cor Eleventh and Clay, | 

res 523 Tenth 
Dunham Orley, photographic printer with M. Dunham, res 

523 Tenth 
Dunham O. S., carriage painter, res 858 Jefferson 
Dunham Woodruff, res 612 East 15th 
Dunlap Ann, widow, res cor Cedar and Short 
Dunlap Henry, housemover, res W s Curtis nr Lydia 
Dunmire Samuel S., carriagemaker with T. D. Weymouth, 

res 1351 Franklin 
Dunn George W., carpenter, res 2 Short 
Dunn James P., student University 
Dunn John, cook Russell House Restaurant, res 652 Jessie, j 

S. F. 
Dunn J. S., painter with C. B. Rutherford, res 323 Eleventh [ 
Dunn Mary, proprietress Russell House, 1113 Broadway 
Dunn Mary E., domestic, E s Jefferson bet Tenth and 

Eleventh 
Dunn Martin M., farmer, res E s College av nr Asylum, B. 
Dunn Patrick, laborer, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-second 
Dunn Russell L., student University 

Dunn Samuel W., book agent, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 
Dunn Thomas, res cor East 19th and Sixteenth av 
Dunnigan John, laborer, res NW cor San Pablo and Union 

avs 
Dunning E. B., res 672 Fourteenth 
Dunning Frederick, stableman Clifford's Livery Stable 
Dunning George R., carpenter Turbine Windmill Co., res 

Golden Star Hotel 
Dunning — , driver Oakland R. R. Co., res cor Forty-ninth 

and Telegraph av, Temescal 
Dunphy Thomas, lather, res N s Twentieth nr Brush 
Dunshee Bertram H., student University, res Berkeley House 
Dunten George, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Duplish Dolores, porter, res 418 First 
Dupon — , teacher music, res 757 Castro 
Durant Mary E. Mrs., res NW cor Seventeenth and Franklin 
Durant School, Charles W. Otis principal, cor Grove and 

Twenty-eighth 
Durell Gideon, carpenter, res NE cor B and Louise 
Durelle Anna Mrs., res 408 Thirteenth 
Durelle Lilian Miss, res 408 Thirteenth 
Durham <t Buffett (John P. Durham and Charles C. Buffett) 

carriagemakers, cor Eighth and Washington 



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OAKLAND [D] DIRECTORY. 177 

Durham James, porter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Durham Johu P. (Durham & Butfett) res Ninth nr Wash- 
ington 
Durham John P. Mrs., milliner, 465 Ninth, res Ninth nr 

Washington 
Durking J., grader, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Duroe J. B. (H. D. McGeorge <fc Co.) res cor College avand 

Broadway 
Durr Minnie, domestic, 561 Sixteenth 
Durst J., farmer, res W s Adeline nr Twelfth 
Durst John H., student University, res Palace Club 
Dusinbury J. B., insurance agent, res 1228 Adeline 
Dusinbury Myron T., notary public and teller The Oakland 

Bank of Savings, office NE cor Twelfth and Broadway, 

res 1228 Adeline 
Dusinbury Theodore, res cor East 14th and Thirteeenth av 
Dutcher Robert, carpenter, res Louisiana House 
Dutil L., bookkeeper, res 1057 Alice 
Dutton Henry, blacksmith with King & Williams, re3 W s 

Clay nr Fifth 
Dutton Jane Miss, res 829 Sixteenth 
Duval Onisama, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dwyer Ann, widow, res W s Telegraph av one mile S of 

University 
Dwyer Cornelius, teamster, res 408 Fifth 
Dwyer Daniel, marble polisher with Madden & Nunan, res 

cor Twenty -first and Broadway 
Dwyer William, driver City Pound Wagon, res junction 

\-* Ci v o I 'f o orii J A 

Dye Fred. F. (Todd, Dye & Co.) res 1240 Adeline 
Dye James W., fireman W. D. Co., res 4 Wood 
Dye — , carpenter, res 477 Eighth 
Dyer G. F., bricklayer, res cor Peralta and Magnolia 
Dyer Henry, res 818 Clay 
Dyer James, painter W. D. Co. 
Dyer J. P., mining, res 1257 Jackson 
Dyer Mary J. Mrs., dressmaker, res 426 Thirteenth 
Dyer William H., janitor, res N s East 16th nr Twenty- 
second av 



Eadon Moses, buj-er with M. C. Hawley <k Co., res 916 Fifth 
Eadon William, upholsterer with E. Hook, res N s Walton 
nr Grove 



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Eadon William H., druggist with Crane & Brigham, res N 

s Walton nr Grove 
Eager Harry, bookkeeper with Grayson, Harrall & Co., res 

cor Thirteenth av and East 14th 
Eager Thomas, res NW cor East 14th and Thirteenth av 
Earhart John, milk ranch, res NE cor Third and Market 
Earhart John W., engineer, res NE cor Third and Market 
Earhart Phil., res Tontine House 
Earhart T., driver with W. T. Sagehorn, res cor Third and 

Market 
Earl Josiah, farmer, res 1153 Market 
Earle John H., wines and liquors, S. P., res W s San Pablo 

av nr Twenty -fourth 
Earle William, butcher with C. Schneider, res 625 Filbert 
Earles Patrick, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Earley S. G., agent Davis' Sewing Machines, 1101 Broadway 
Earley John, butcher with T. Hann, res E s Choate nr 

Bancroft way, B. 
EARLL & RAND, (Warren Earll and J. H. Band) attys- 

at-law, 921 Broadway 
Earll Warner (Earll & Rand) atty-at-law, 921 Broadway, res 

N s East 14th nr Thirty-second av, Fruit Vale 
Eason Will, clerk, res N s Third nr Washington 
Easton Fred., with E. Hook, res 1373 Harrison 
East Oakland Brewery, Herman Mangels, proprietor, SE 

cor Eighth av and East 12th 
East Oakland, Fruit Vale and Mill's Seminary Railroad Co., 

Alexander W. May superintendent, office SE cor 12th 

av and East 11th 
EAST OAKLAND HOTEL, William Dike proprietor, SE 

cor East 12th and Fourteenth av 
East Oakland Stoneware Pottery, Bundock & Bros, proprie- 
tors, cor Eighteenth av and East 12th 
Easterby Frank G., student University, res Chi Phi House 
Eastern Hotel, William F. Mariante proprietor, 714 East 

12th 
Eastland A. T., collector Oakland Gas Co., res 1030 Bush, 

S. F. 
EASTLAND VAN LEER, superintendent Oakland Gas- 
light Co., res SW cor Sixth and Grove 
Eastman Francis G., foreman Oakland Paving Co., res N s 

Elm nr Broadway 
Eastman H. P., engineer C. P. R. R., res E s Peralta bet 

Third and Fifth 
EASTMAN MOSES H., superintendent Oakland Paving 

Co.. res 64 Valley 



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OAKLAND [Jj] DIRECTORY. 179 

Easton James, res 1373 Harrison 

Easton L., carpenter, res 576 Fourth 

Easton Walter N., painter, res Eland House 

Eaton Charles H., foreman with Corlies <fe Merritt, res S s 

Lincoln nr Campbell 
Eaton William H., proprietor Eaton's Commercial College, 

454 Twelfth, res Stewart's Hotel 
Eberhardt Adolph, merchant, res 720 Tenth 
Eberhardt Charles, baker Tubbs Hotel, res 218 Sixth, rear 
Eccles William E., foreman with J. J. O'Shea, res 698 

Twenty-sixth 
Eccles William J., painter with M. J. Finnigan, res W s 

Franklin bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
Eccleston Mary, widow, res N s Eighteenth nr Jefferson 
Eckart William, res 1320 Eighth 
Eckels William, vinegar maker with J. Lusk & Co., res cor 

Telegraph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Eckert Louis, butcher with Adam Koob, res cor Broadway 

and Twentieth 
Eckles Clement, carpenter, res SE cor Fourteenth and 

Kirkham 
Eckley Henry (James W. Burnham & Co., S F.) res 1547 

San Pablo av 
Edgar Archibald, laborer, res Ss Bancroft way nr Audubon, 

Berkeley. 
Edgar Arthur, farmer, res NW cor West and Thirty-third 
Edgar James, res N s D wight way, nr Humboldt av, B. 
Edgar James, mining, res 776 Thirteenth 
Edgeworth Mary, domestic, 1019 Filbert 
Edlef son John H., carver W. D. Co., res 1140 0'Farrell(S. F.) 
Edlen John, fireman C. P. K. R., res 805 Peralta 
Edmonds Walter J., barber, res 1511 Third. 
EDWARDS & DeWITT (Thomas M. Edwards and James 

M. DeWitt) druggists, NW cor Broadway and Eleventh 
Edwards Benjamin F., barber with G. Briones, res 612 

Fourth 
Edwards David B., res 1516 Broadway 
Edwards Edward W., carpenter, res N s Fifth bet Center 

and Chester 
Edwards Eliza 3iiss, res 854 Adeline 
Edwards F., brakeman C. P. B. B. 

Edwards Frederick J., oyster dealer (S. F.) res 1263 Eighth 
Edwards George C, instructor mathematics University 
Edwards George D., secretary Overman Mining Co. (S. F.) 

res 1228 Broadway 
Edwards George S., student University 



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Edwards George W., bookkeeper Winsor House 

Edwards H., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Edwards James, physician, office and res NE cor Seventh 
and Adeline 

Edwards J. L., car repairer C. P. R. R., res SW cor Pine 
and William 

Edwards John, coachman, W s Washington bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth 

Edwards John S., ropemaker, res N s East 23d bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second avs 

Edwards Justus, carpenter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Edwards L., bookkeeper, res Golden Star Hotel 

Edwards L. B., insurance agent, 907 Broadway, res 809 
Franklin 

Edwards Robert W., jeweler (S. F.) res 1054 Twelfth 

Edwards Thomas L. (Edwards & DeWitt) res NWcor Broad- 
way and Eleventh 

Edwards W. E., bellowsmaker (S. F.) res S s Lincoln nr 
Wood 

Edwards William, carpenter, res 522 East Fourteenth 

Eells Charles P. (Wiggin & Eells) atty-at-law, Union Bank 
Building 

EELLS JAMES REV., pastor First Presbyterian Church, 
res Peralta House, Temescal 

Egan John, coachman, res 1108 Third 

Egan John, gardener, 1547 San Pablo av 

Egbert Robert S., farmer, res 1123 Myrtle 

Egert Louis H., butcher, res 1506 Broadway 

Eggers Oscar, res 621 Broadway 

Ehat Andrew A., painter, res 687 Twenty-sixth 

Ehat Sophia Mrs., res 687 Twenty-sixth 

Eiben Frederick, clerk with A. H. Hansen 

Eichman P. G., barber with E. Mosca, res NE cor Clay and 
Fourth 

Eien C, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

Eisner Milton S., student University 

Eisen A. S., millwright, res Eagle House 

Eisler Henry, barber with Henry Smith, 1508 Seventh 

Eitel Charles, salesman with Starbird & Goldstone (S. F.) 
res E s Henry bet Fifth and Seventh 
t Ekblom Charles A., shipcarpenter, res cor Bay and Short 

Ekensteen Augustus, clerk with Tobin. Davisson & Co. (S. 
F.) res NW cor Thirteenth and Campbell 

Ekey & McFarland (Robert Ekey and John McFarland) 
stairbuilders, Oakland Point Planing Mills 



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OAKLAND [E] DIRECTORY. 181 

Ekey Eobert (Ekey & McFarland) res 310 Fifth 

Ekinan William, 1st cook Grand Central Hotel 

EL DORADO BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Charles A. 

Broad proprietor, 952 Broadway 
El Dorado House, Hannah Magner proprietrees, SE cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Eland Edward, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res S s 

Twenty-first bet West and Curtis 
ELAND HOUSE, Robert Eland proprietor, 845 Franklin 
ELAND ROBERT, proprietor Eland House, 845 Franklin 
Elberson Frank B., salesman with Mallett & Hammon, res 

Grand Western Hotel 
Elder Alexander, commission merchant, 204 Front (S. F.) 

res N s Merrimac pi nr Telegraph av 
Eldridge George C, res 1354 Broadway 
Eley George, engineer, res 812 Chester 
ELFORD A. T. & CO. (Alfred T. Elford and James I 

Bliven) sash, doors and blinds, Oakland Point Planing 

Mills 
Elford Alfred T. (A. T. Elford & Co.) res 610 Fifth 
Elford E., carpenter Oakland Point Planing Mill 
Elford Richard, sash and doormaker, NE cor Second and 

Broadway, res 608 Fifth 
Elford William R., sash and doormaker, res East 22d nr 

Thirteenth av 
Eliason Horace D., clerk Post Office, res Blake House 
Eliaser Samuel, clerk with E. Barnett, res 366 Eighth 
Ellard Hattie, waitress Knox House 
Ellerbrock Henry, farmer, res S s Fifth nr Chester 
Elley Reuben, butcher with H. Liese, res East 14th bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-first av 
Elliot Alfred T., hop and grain broker (S. F.) res 969 Castro 
Elliott Adelaide, res 854 Brush 
Elliott Albert, whitener, Third nr Broadway, res E s Louisa 

bet A and B 
Elliott Austin A., carpenter, res W s Sixteenth av bet East 

14th and East 15th 
Elliott E. S., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res East 

12th bet Fourth and Fifth avs 
Elliott George F., carpenter, res W s Sixteenth av bet East 

14th and East 15th 
Elliott James, teamster with Ta}dor & Co., res 616 Second 
Elliott Mark L., res 854 Brush 
Elliott McDonald, res 854 Brush 
Elliott Robert, teamster Grove-st Planing Mill, res 657 

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Elliott Robert W., res 854 Brush 

Ellis Alexander L., machinist C. P. R. R., res E s Peralta 

bet Third and Fifth 
Ellis Alfred A., fireman C. P. R. R., res S s Goss bet Pine 

and Wood 
Ellis Catherine, domestic, 1102 Myrtle 
Ellis Caroline H., widow, res 711 Castro 
Ellis Carrie M., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res Sixth 

av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Ellis C. H., carpenter and extraman Truck No. 1, res 711 

Castro 
Ellis Cyrus E., merchant, res Pine bet Seward and Lincoln 
Ellis James, produce commission, 500 Sansome (S. F.) res 

530 Ninth 
Ellis J. M., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Ellis John, canvasser, res NE cor Eleventh and East 16th 
Ellis John, gardener University, res University grounds nr 

Strawberry Creek 
Ellis John, laborer, res S s Goss nr Bay 
Ellis John, laborer, res Dwight way nr Humboldt av, B. 
Ellis John H., miller with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res 2 Goss 
Ellis John H., painter, res E s Eleventh av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Ellis Nathaniel, res 713 Jefferson 

Ellis Richard W., physician (S F.) res W s Brush bet Elev- 
enth and Twelfth 
Ellis Stephen laborer, res The Home, B. 
Ellis William, laborer, res The Home, B. 
Ellsworth House, 409 Twelfth 
Ellsworth C. F. Mrs. (widow) res 475 Ninth 
Ellsworth L. Mrs., dressmaker, res 409 Twelfth 
Ellwood T.W., stairbuildrwith Power & Ough, res 1370 Brush 
Ell wood William B., groceries and liquors, NW cor Twelfth 

and Kirkham 
Ellwood William F., res 1370 Brush 
Elly Reuben, butcher with Henry Liese, res cor East 14th 

and Twentieth av 
Elmore Samuel, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 534 Sycamore 
Elsey Charles (C. E. Gillett & Co.) res 653 Eleventh 
El well Elizabeth Mrs., res 774 Twenty-first 
El well Woodward W., clerk, res 774 Twenty-first 
Ely Ann Mrs., res NE cor Twenty-sixth and Union 
Ely George, milk dairy, res NW cor Twenty-sixth and Union 
Elzy Evan J., mining, res 1118 Market 
Embury George A., carpenter, res N s Berkeley way nr 

Wilvia, B. 



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OAKLAND [J]] DIRECTORY. 183 

Erne Claude, res 350 Eighth 

Erne Ernest (Berger & Co.) res 1355 Eighth 

Emerson Charles M., clerk with D. L. Emerson & Co., res 
NE cor Fifteenth and Jefferson 

Emerson Charles W., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

EMERSON D. I.. & CO. (David L. Emerson) real estate, 
472 Ninth (Nicholl Block) 

Emerson D. L. (D. L. Emerson & Co.) res NE cor Fifteenth 
and Jefferson 

Emerson George, res 1061 Grove 

Emerson William H., soda manufacturer, NE cor East 11th 
and Thirteenth av 

Emery Charles C, res S s East 16th bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth av 

Emery George F., clerk with R. Pfister, 1065 Broadway 

Emery EL, carpenter W. D. Co., res Central Pacific Kail- 
road House 

EMERY JOSEPH S., contractor (S. F.) res NW cor Park 
and San Pablo avs 

Emon A. res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Employment Office (Chinese) E s San Pablo av bet Eigh- 
teenth and Nineteenth 

Emslie Charles, machinist, res W s Humboldt av opp Asy- 
lum, B. 

Engelbretson Finkel, laborer, res 959 Fifth 

Engelberg Peter, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Engineer City, Thomas J. Arnold, office City Hall 

English George, poultryman, SW cor Seventeenth and Castro 

English John T., carpenter, res S s Twelfth nr Kirkham 

English William D., merchant, res 56 Seventh 

Engor Christine, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Ennis Abraham, policeman, res SE cor Pine and William 

Ennis Antone, watchman W. D. Co., res S s Fifth bet 
Chester and Henry 

Ennis Mary, domestic, 518 Fifteenth 

Ennis Thomas, engineer Engine Co. No. 1, res S s Fifteenth 
nr Clay 

Ennis William, driver Oakland Engine Co. No. 3, res Fifth 
bet Chester and Henry 

Enos Frank, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Enos Henry, res N s East 16th bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth avs 

Enos Joseph, res NW cor Seventeenth av and East 12th 

Enright Patrick, grocer (S. F.) res 524 Sixth 

Ensign Charles H., engineer with Babcock & Gould, res 
Linden nr Willow 



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Enslow O. M., student University, res 862 Castro 

Enslow T. S. Mrs., res 862 Castro. 

ENTERPRISE MILLS (Planing) Cal. Bridge and Building 

Co. proprietors, SW cor Second and Grove 
Entre Nous Club, NE cor Bancroft way and Anderson, B. 
Eppinger Louis, manager Jurgen's billiard room, res 1116 

Broadway 
Eran Charles, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res cor 

Twenty-sixth and Grove 
Erdman Louis, deckhand Oakland Ferries 
Ericson Erie J., upholsterer with Chris. Schreiber, res SE 

cor Twentieth and Castro 
Ericsson P. E., cabinetmaker, 378 Tenth, res 1003 Webster 
Ermath Philip, lumberman (S. F.) res NW cor Eighteenth 

and Myrtle 
Ernest Tate, physician (S.F.) res 963 Clay 
Errickson E., tailor with M. J. Healy, res Golden Star Hotel 
Erskine John B., porter with Cross & Co. (S. F.) res 1060 

Third 
Eskelds Nils, farmer with Horatio P. Livermore 
Esmond Mary E., nurse, 1226 Myrtle 
Espinosa Damian, master mariner, res E s San Pablo av nr 

Dwightway, W. B. 
Espy Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 817 Seventeenth 
Estelle Theodore, engineer "Weston & Welch, res SW cor 

Seventh av and East 10th 
Estelle Thomas, porter C. P. R. R., res SE cor Lewis and Fifth 
Esterly R. G., res S s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow 
Eureka Hotel, H. H. Meyer proprietor, SW cr Seventh and 

Washington 
EUREKA LIVERY STABLE, D. M. Ayers proprietor, NE 

cor Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
Eureka Photograph Gallery, Jaycox & Cary proprietors, NW 

Fifteenth and San Pablo av 
Eustace James, painter, res N s William bet Pine and Cedar 
Evans C. W., widow, res E s Eleventh av bet East 11th and 

East 12th 
Evans Edward, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Evans H. Mrs., dressmaker, shop and res 860 Jefferson 
Evans Henry, waiter St. Louis House 
Evans Homer, compositor Transcript, res Washington bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Evans James D., hay and grain, SE cor Telegraph av and 

Twenty-fourth 
Evans Matilda, domestic with Thomas W. Badger, res 484 

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Evans Thomas, bootmaker with David Stuart, res 860 Jeffer- 
son 
Evans West, tie contractor' C. P. R. R., res N s Sycamore nr 

Telegraph av 
Everett Carleton, student University 
Everett David H., bookkeeper with Rosener Bros. (S. F.) 

res 1128 Myrtle 
Everett Edward, salesman with Weaver & Taylor (S. F.) res 

719 Eighth 
Everinghim Samuel M. (Wagner & Co.) res cor Campbell 

and Eighth 
Evers Joseph, expressman, SE cor Broadway and Seventh, 

res W s Elm av nr Plymouth av 
Everson Mark (W. & M. Everson) res 763 Webster 
EVERSON W. & M., hardware, tools and agricultural im- 
plements, SW cor Ninth and Broadway 
Everson Wallace (W. & M. Everson) res 763 Webster 
Evoy J. E. Mrs., res N s Logan nr San Pablo av 
Ewing J. C, solicitor, res E s Broadway nr Bay pi 
Ewing Joseph D., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 820 twelfth 
Eyman August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Eyre Thomas, cook D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Eyrich George, laborer, res 762 Franklin 



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Fabian Samuel L., student University 

Fabrique Bernil C, manager with Kohler & Chase, res Sun- 

nyside Hotel 
Fagen E. A. Mrs., res N s Eighth bet Canter and Chester 
Fairbairn Edward, driver E. O. F. V. &M. S. R. R., res Ss 

East 17th bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs 
Fairbank Charles E. (Fairbank, Clancy & Co., S. F.) res Ss 

Plymouth av nr Elm 
Fairbanks Dolphes B., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Fairbanks Frank J., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Fairchild James C, surveyor, res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 
Fairchild Judd H., clerk with Charles Jones, res 912 Center 
Fairchild M. E. Mrs., res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 
Fairchild O. L. C, president Oakland News Co., res 770 

Thirteenth 
Fairchilds Robert, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Falconer James, carpenter, res N s Thirtieth nr Union 
Falconer William, laborer, res N s Thirtieth nr Magnolia 
Falke W. & Co. (William Falke and Charles Kiel) bottled- 

beer depot, 1808 Grove 
Falke William (W. Falke & Co.) res 1808 Grove 
Fallan Edward F., painter, res W s Telegraph av, 1 mile S. 

from University 
Fallmer R. F., carpenter and builder, 423 Tenth 
Fallon James, laborer W. D. Co., res 1163 Third 
Fallon Joseph, bookkeeper, res E s Oak nr Sixth 
Fallon Malachi, poulterer, res 56 Seventh 
FANEUIL HALL INSURANCE CO. (Boston) W.F. Hitch- 
cock agent, 958 Broadway 
Fanning G. T., engineer, res NW cor Henry and Fifth 
Fannon John, laborer, res E s Lewis bet Third and Fifth 
Fannon Patrick, laborer, res E s Lewis nr Third 
FARLEY EBEN C, deputy county clerk, res Winsor 

House 
Farley Michael, bartender with John Maher, res Seventeenth 

nr San Pablo av 
Farley P., laborer, res W s Willow nr Seventh 
Farley Patrick, res N s East 16th bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth avs 
Farley Peter, laborer, res W s Lewis bet Fourth and Fifth 
Farley Robert, marblecutter with J. Sullivan, res 1763 Grove 
Farmer Rudolph, carpenter, 716 Broadway, res cor Seven- 
teenth av and East 12th 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 187 

Farno A. C, collector, 837 Washington, res 1253 Fifteenth 

Farnum A. L. Mrs., dressmaking, res 862 Castro 

Farnum Moses, carpenter, res Fourteenth bet Franklin and 

Broadway 
Farnum Oliver J., salesman with G. F. M. Glover, res W s 

Chester bet Eighth and Ninth 
Farquhar Mary Mrs., res 819 Webster 
Farra Louis C, salesman with Ash Bros., res 729 Eighth 
Farrell A. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 1754 Telegraph av 
Farrell Edward T., contractor, res 561 Seventh 
Farrell EdAvard T. S., machine operator, res E s Cypress bet 

Ninth and Tenth 
Farrell James, car repairer C. P. B. B., res E s Wood bet 

Seward and Lincoln 
Farrell John, boot and shoemaker, 422 Third 
Farrell John, groceries, store and res 1700 Eighth 
Farrell John, saloon, 700 Broadway 
Farrell Julia M., res 809 Henry 

Farrell Mary Mrs., res E s Cypress bet Ninth and Tenth 
Farrell William M., waiter Newland House Bestaurant 
Farrier Hiram L., res E s Sixth av bet East 15th and East 

16th 
Farrington E. D., clerk Custom House (S. F.) res 1267 Clay 
FARWELL & HIRSHBERG (George E. Farwell and David 

S. Hirshberg) gents' furnishing goods, 1103 Broadway 
Farwell B. E., proprietor Kelsey Stables, Telegraph av bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Farwell F. M. (Whittier, Fuller & Co.) res 371 Eighth 
Farwell George E. (Farwell & Hirshberg) res 418 Fifth 
Farwell W., carpenter, res 565 Second 
Faschian Herman, cook with Petersen & Basmussen, res 359 

Third 
FASHION LIVERY STABLE, McCleverty & Noblett pro- 
prietors, 860 Broadway 
Fassett Harris H., insurance (S. F.) res 1365 Market 
Faulkner C. S. Mrs., res W s Grove nr Nineteenth 
Faulkner Thomas, porter Blake House 
Favor Chauncey O., sashmaker with A. T. Elford & Co., res 

N s Third bet Brush and Castro 
Favor James, carpenter, res N s Third bet Brush and Castro 
Fay James, painter, res El Dorado House 
Fayers Katie, domestic, 568 Seventeenth 
Fayes — , clerk, res E s Wood nr Willow 
Fearey Joseph H., salesman with Mellis Bros., res E s Grove 

nr Caledonia av 
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Fearey Robert D., plumber with James McGivney, res N s 

Spring nr Adeline 
Fearey Theodore H., clerk with Morris Rosenberg, res SE 

cor Grove and Caledonia av 
Federspiel A. & Co. (Andrew Federspiel and John F. Ras- 

mussen) fish and oysters, 463 Fourth 
Federspiel Andrew (A. Federspiel & Co.) res 469 Fourth 
Fee John D., architect, res 77 Valley 
Fee Patrick, farmer, res E s College av one-half mile south 

of Asylum, B. 
Feely Cormick, laborer, res 1001 Franklin 
Feeney J. C, tinner, res Eland House 
Feeney Mark, laborer, res 1122 Fifteenth av 
Feeney Michael, farmer, res Cameron nr Jackson 
Feeny Owen, laborer, res 967 Fifth 

Feeny Patrick, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 317 Fourth 
Fehey Celia, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 
Felling Louis H., bookkeeper, res N s East 32d nr Thirteenth 

av, Lynn 
Fell John, plasterer, res cor First and Franklin 
Felley Philomilo, blindmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res Al- 
ameda 
Fellows E. C, superintendent Western Division C. P. R. R., 

res 940 Myrtle 
Felton Edward S., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Felton Engine Co. No. 2, E. F. Voorhees foreman, 468-470 

Sixth 
Felton John B. Mrs., res 930 Adeline 
Felver Daniel, cigar manufacturer, W s San Pablo av bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth, res 815 Twenty-eighth 
Fenn Thomas, speculator, res 56 Seventh 
Fenn Thomas W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 476 Twelfth 
Fenner Edgar B., painter, res 563 Frederick 
Fenner Lucinda Mrs., dressmaker with Mrs. P. Cook, res 

SW cor Eighteenth and San Pablo av 
FENNESSEY JOHN, proprietor Oakland Billiard Parlor, 

863 Broadway, res 662 Sixth 
Fenno M. F., fireman C. P. R. R. 
Ferge Richard, upholsterer, res S s Taylor nr Willow 
Fenton A. shipwright, res Carleton nr Humboldt av, B. 
Ferguson George, plumber, res 853 Harrison 
Ferguson H., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Ferguson John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Ferguson M. A. Mrs., res 853 Harrison 
Ferguson Samuel, mining, res 54 East 12th 
Ferguson William L., carpenter, res Willow nr Seventh 



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OAKLAND [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 189 

Fernald W. H., expressman SE cor Seventh and Washing- 
ton, res Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Fernand John J., student, res N s Forty-second nr Grove 
FERNANDEZ J. L. & CO. (J. L. Fernandez) groceries and 

liquors, SE cor Alden and San Pablo av and junction 

Adeline and San Pablo av 
Fernandez J. L. (J. L. Fernandez & Co.) res junction Adeline 

and San Pablo av 
Ferre' Albert, messenger A. D. Tel. Co., res 810 Fourteenth 
Ferre Ella Miss, res 810 Fourteenth 
Ferre' H. R., stock dealer, res 810 Fourteenth 
Ferre' Melville, messenger A. D. Tel. Co., res 810 Fourteenth 
Ferrea George, real estate agent (S. F.) res E s Grove nr 

Third 
Ferrell Herman, driver Broadway and Piedmont R. R., res 

Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Ferrero Mateo, shoemaker, N s Twentieth nr Castro 
Ferris B. F. Mrs., res 468 Fifth 

Ferris D. C, mining (S. F.) res E s Jackson nr Fifteenth 
Ferris Richard, paper carrier, res W s Center bet Second 

and Third 
Fety C. B., engraver, res N s William bet Wood and Willow 
Feucht Margaret, widow, res Oakland av nr Perry 
FFRENCH NICHOLAS, groceries and liquors, 721 Linden, 

res 723 Linden 
Fibush Aron (Baptiste & Fibush) res Eighth nr Clay 
Fick Annie Mrs., fancy goods, 1761 Seventh 
Fick August, painter, res 1761 Seventh 
Fidler Hercules, gardener, N s Merrimac bet Telegraph av 

and Webster 
Fieberling Peter, bartender with Tubbs & Collins, res Web- 
ster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Field Edward G., carpenter, res S s Evoy av nr Telegraph av 
Field Frederick A., student Pacific Theological Seminary 
Field H. N. Miss, principal Home School for Young Ladies, 

523-529 Hobart 
Fielding John C, photographer, res, W s Harrison bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Fifty Associates, G. W. Armes president, E. C. Sessions 

secretary, office 422 Twelfth 
Fike Nathan, junk dealer, res W s Peralta bet William and 

Atlantic 
Fillio Nelson, special policeman, res 1273 San Pablo av 
Fillmore James, clerk with D. Rath j en, res NW cor Jefferson 

and Fifth 
Fillmore John, gardener, res N s Twenty-first nr Brush 



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190 OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 

Finch Duncan B., res The Centennial 

Finch E. S., bookkeeper, res Winsor House 

Finch James, teamster, res Roff Hotel 

Finch William H., clerk with F. Barbagelata & Co., res 

Eleventh bet Alice and Harrison 
Finch William H., salesman with A. Haas & Co. (S. F.) res 

cor Seward and Pine 
FINCK HENRY, groceries, wines and liquors, SW cor Fifth 

and Lewis 
Fincke H. W., expressman, SW cor Broadway and Sixth, 

res Third bet Washington and Clay 
Findley Felix, carpenter, res cor Third and Harrison 
Findley J. M., carpenter, res SE cor Second and University 

av, W. B. 
Finegan James C, tinsmith, res 914 Fifth 
Fininger Louis, watchmaker with Weyl Bros (S. F.) res W 

s Kirkham bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Fininger Marie Miss, teacher piano, res W s Kirkham bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth 
Fininger Rudolph, bookkeeper (S. F.) res W s Kirkham bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth 
Finkeldey Frederick, butcher with H. Finkeldey, res Eagle 

House 
FINKELDEY HENRY, butcher, 705 Broadway, res 609 

Harrison 
Finkeldey Henry jr., butcher with G. W. Scribner 
Finley Felix, carpenter, res 660 Harrison 
Finley James, fireman, res 712 Franklin 
Finnell J., with Oakland Planing Mill 
Finnell Stephen, cook, res W s Sixth nr Delaware, W. B. 
Finney A. K., blacksmith, res E s Thirteenth av bet East 

16th and East 17th 
Finney G. AV. Mrs., res 436 Eleventh 

Finney J. W. J., compositor Transcript, res 1156 Broadway 
Finney S. W., blacksmith, res E s East 16th bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth avs 
Finney William H., carpenter, res E s Telegraph av bet 

Merrimac and Prospect pis 
Finnie Walter F., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Finnigan Barney F., painter with M. J. Finnigan, res S s 

Nineteenth bet Brush and Castro 
FINNIGAN MICHAEL J., house and sign painter, 1311 

Broadway, res S s Nineteenth bet Brush and Castro 
Finucane Sallie Miss, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
Finucane W. M., clerk with Cadogan & Co., res Forty-second 

bet Grove and Telegraph av 



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OAKLAND [p] DIRECTORY. 191 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, J. J. Gardiner agent, 1106 

Broadway 
First Baptist Church, Rev. B. S. McLafferty pastor, SE cor 

Fourteenth and Brush 
First Club House, George D. Murray president, University 

av opp Chapel, B. 
First Congregational Church, Rev. J. K. McLean pastor, NE 

cor Tenth and Washington 
First Congregational Church (Berkeley) Rev. E. B. Payne 

pastor, E s Humboldt av nr Dwight av 
First Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. R. Bentley pastor, 

SE cor Fourteenth and Clay 
FIRST NATIONAL GOLD BANK OF OAKLAND, V. D. 

Moody president, G. M. Fisher cashier, 969 Broadway 
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. James Eells pastor, NE cor 

Franklin and Fourteenth 
First Presbvterian Church, NE cor East 14th and Fifteenth 

av, E, O. 
Fischer Max, wagonmaker with Benj. Kneale, res Humboldt 

Hotel 
Fish Charles H., president Con. Virginia Mining Co., office 

27 Nevada Block (S. F.) res 626 Thirteenth 
Fish Emma Miss, res 1772 Seventh 
Fish Erskine, capitalist, res 269 Fifth 
Fish J. H., banker (S. F.) res SE cor Grove and Ninth 
Fish M. W., physician, res 461 East 14th 
Fish Nathaniel P., shoemaker, res 860 East 14th 
Fish Theodore J., with Con. Virginia Mining Co. (S. F.)res 

626 Thirteenth 
Fisher A. D., carpenter W. D. Co., res 863 Cedar 
Fisher Albert E., compositor, res SW cor Thirtieth and 

Linden 
FISHER BENJAMIN D., wines and liquors, NE cor East 

11th and Thirteenth av 
Fisher Beriah P., carpenter, res 358 Seventh 
Fisher C. H. Mrs., res Winsor House 

Fisher E. E., watchmaker Cal. Watch Co., res SE cor Uni- 
versity av and Second, W. B 
Fisher Ellen, teacher music, res 970 Third 
Fisher Fannie H. Miss, res 863 Cedar 

Fisher Fayette, carpenter, res Ns Forty-third nr Telegraph av 
Fisher Frank L., printer Oakland Journal, res Elm opp Valley 
Fisher Frederick, plumber with O. C. Kirk, res 358 Seventh 
Fisher George, painter, res Ns Forty-second nr Telegraph av 
FISHER G. M., cashier First National Gold Bank, res 904 

Filbert 



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192 OAKLAND [p] DIRECTORY. 

Fisher Henry R., plumber with Henry Madden, res 358 

Seventh 
Fisher Jacob, fireman C. P. R. R., res N s Goss nr Cedar 
FISHER JOHN, groceries and liquors, NW cor Twenty-sixth 

and Grove 
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 Simon, res S s Thirty-third nr West 
Fisher William, driver with John Thomson, res 563 Sixth 
FISK LEANDER, groceries and liquors, store and res SW 

cor Third and Adeline 
Fiske William H., carpenter, res N s William bet Cedar and 

Bay 
Fitch & Cox (Edward R. Fitch and Harris G. Cox) proprie- 
tors Golden Gate Saloon, NE cor Bristol and Third, 
W. B. 
Fitch Edward R. (Fitch & Cox) res NE cor Bristol and 

Third, W. B. 
Fitzell Peter (Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell) res 804 Jefferson 
Fitzgerald David, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 812 Six- 
teenth 
Fitzgerald E., boots and shoes, 506 Seventh, res Seventh nr 

Bay 
Fitzgerald Edward J., salesman with O'Connell & Co., res 

812 Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Frederick, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 951 

Broadway 
Fitzgerald James, laborer, res N s Forty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 
Fitzgerald James, stableman, res 1021 Third 
Fitzgerald John, deckhand stmr Capital 
Fitzgerald Margaret, domestic, E s Telegraph av nr Ply- 
mouth av 
Fitzgerald Mathew, laborer, res W s Watts nr Peralta 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, res E s Chester bet Third and 

Fifth 
Fitzgerald Maurice D., laborer, res N s Eleventh nr Center 
Fitzgerald Michael, carpenter, res W s Watts nr Peralta 
Fitzgerald Richard, laborer, res W s Watts nr Peralta 
Fitzgibbon Thomas, hackman, cor Broadway and Seventh, 

res Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth 
Fitzgibbons Thomas, hackman, res 810 Harrison 
Fitzmaurice John, gardener, res 713 Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick Peter, plasterer, res S s Eighteenth nr Kirkham 



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OAKLAND [ Y ] DIRECTORY. * 193 

Fitzsiinmons John, painter and extraman Engine Co. No. 1, 

res El Dorado House 
Flagg Henry H., broker, (S. F.) res 804 Tenth 
Flagg Julia A., proprietress Capital Hotel, SW cor Eleventh 

and Franklin 
Flaherty John, laborer, res 770 Willow 
Flaherty Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., res W s Magnolia nr 

Seventh 
Flaherty Thomas, carpenter, res E s Pine nr Atlantic 
Flaherty Thomas, laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Seventh 
Flaherty Thomas, painter, res N s Eighteenth bet Center 

and Cypress 
Flanagan Mary, domestic with E. F. Schroder 
Flandin Joseph, special policeman, res 317 Third 
Flanigan Christopher, laundry, res S s Prospect av nr 

Broadway 
Flanigan Edward, paper carrier, res 1159 Third 
Flannery James, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Flannery Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., res N s Seventh bet 

Cedar and Pine 
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 12th 
Fleming James, longshoreman, res 1862 West 
Fleming John J. (Fleming & Trask) res Ninth avnr East 12th 
Fleming J. R. Mrs., res 304 Ninth 
Fleming Patrick, laborer Oakland Gaslight Co., res Eagle 

House 
Fletcher James, sashmaker with H. W. Barnes 
Fletcher John, carpenter, res Eastern Hotel 
Fletcher John B., sash and blindmaker, res East 16th nr 

Sixteenth av „ 
Fletcher John N., shoemaker, res 814 Henry 
Fletcher Joseph, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Fletcher Robert J., hackman, Broadway and Seventh, res 

1950 Filbert 
Fletcher Thomas H., grainer, res 566 Frederick 
Fletcher William F., foreman Oakland R. R. Stables, res 

1308 Telegraph av 
Flick G. W., carpenter, res Union Hotel 
Flinn — , reporter Transcript, res Nicholl House 
Flint Amasa, ship carpenter, res N s Short nr Bay 
Flint Augustus P., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1103 Filbert 
Flint Edward P. (Flint, Peabody & Co., S. F.) res W s 

Washington bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 



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194 OAKLAND [f] DIRECTORY. 

Flint Eli jali T. (South wick & Flint) res SW cor Castro and 

Sixteenth 
FLINT GEORGE B. (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.) res 971 

Broadway 
Flint Levi, boot and shoemaker, S s Seventh bet Wood and 

Pine, res N s Eighth bet Wood and Willow 
Flood Isaac, whitener, res N s East 15th between Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 
Flood Isabella, widow, res 1210 West 
Flood Stephen, carpenter, res Capital Hotel 
Flora E. H., house mover, res 869 Lydia 
Flora Melcajah Pi., house mover, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty- 
second 
Floud John W., gasfitter with Dalziel & Moller, res E s 

Linden nr Eighteenth 
Flour Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Flowers Frank, carpenter, res 510 Eighth 
Fluge Martha, domestic, 578 Sixteenth 
Flynn Andrew, groceries, 1601 Myrtle 
Flynn Edmond, groceries (S. F.) res 721 Fourth 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith C. P. R. R., res Cedar nr Seventh 
Flynn James, laborer, res Twenty -fourth nr San Pablo av 
Flynn James, upholsterer with C. L. Taylor, res 1057 

Webster 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, res E s Lewis bet Fifth and Seventh 
Flynn Richard, oiler C. P. R. R., res 1555 Seventh 
Flynn Timothy, carpenter, res S s Eighteenth between Kirk- 
ham and Cypress 
Flynn William, blacksmith, with M. W. Allen 
Focacci L., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 653 Myrtle 
Fogarty James, printer with Butler & Bowman, res 863 

Twenty-second 
Fogarty Maria, domestic with C. F. Hawkins 
Fogart}- Thomas, pile driver, res 921 Fifth 
Fogg George E., student University, res 311 Seventh 
FOGG GEORGE H., real estate agent, 369 Seventh, res 

311 Seventh 
Fogg George W., superintendent Pacific Iron Works, res 

SE cor Filbert and Seventh 
Fogg J. B. Mrs., teacher wax flowers, E s Lewis nr Fifth 
Fogg John B., bricklayer, res E s Lewis nr Fifth 
Fogg Joseph, carpenter, res 813 Market ■ 
Foley D., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Foley James, painter W. D. Co. 

FOLEY JAMES J., money broker, res 1023 Peralta 
Foley John, laborer O. Paving Co., res 666 Twenty-seventh 



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OAKLAND [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 195 

Foley John, laborer W. D. Co., res NE cor Tenth and 

Franklin 
Foley Martin, blacksmith, res El Dorado House 
Foley Michael, coachman, 903 Market 
Foley Michael, laborer, res 1171 Third 
Foley Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., res E s Chestnut nr 

First 
Foley Thomas, laborer with Freeman & Jaffe, res Chestnut 

bet First and Third 
Folger George S., teamster with Freeman & Jaffe, res 303 

Second 
Folger James A., spice mills (S. F.) res NE cor Taylor and 

Willow 
Folger Samuel G., collector Freeman & Jaffe, res 303 Second 
Folkers J. H. A., surgical instruments (S. F.) res 915 

Myrtle 
FOLLRATH ADAM, horseshoer and farrier, 1062 Thir- 
teenth av, res Lynn 
Follrath William A., blacksmith with Adam Follrath, res 

Lynn 
Folsom Wallace L., bookkeeper with Purington & Reed, 

res Union Hotel 
Folte Gustav, bookkeeper with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 

res Washington bet Eighth and Ninth 
Fonda David B., engineer C. P. R. R., res N s Goss bet 

Pine and Willow 
Fonda George H., fireman C. P. R. R., res N s Goss bet 

Wood and Pine 
Fonda P. W., coal inspector C. P. R. R., res N s Goss bet 

Pine and Wood 
Fontana F. J., ice cream and confectionery, 469 Seventh, res 

N s Seventh bet Pine and Willow 
Fontana M. J., wholesale commission merchant (S. F.) res 

SE cor Eighth and Willow 
FONTE ANTONIO, general merchandise, NE cor East 

12th and Sixteenth av res 1111 Sixteenth av 
Fonte Henry clerk with A. Fonte, res 1111 Sixteenth av 
Fonte Joseph, tanner with J. S. Derby 

Foo Lee (Chinese) laundry, East 14th nr Twenty-second av 
Foot George, farmer, res junction Broadway and University 

av 
Foot Manuel S., laborer C. P. R. R., res East 23d nr 

Twentv-first av 
Foote William W., atty-at-law (S. F.)res NE cor Thirteenth 

and Brush 
Forber Charles, res 476 Twelfth 



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WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 

196 OAKLAND [F] DIRECTORY. 

Forbes George, carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton 
Ford Alvin, general merchandise, 1080 Fourteenth av 
Ford D. R., butcher, 835 Washington, res 420 Fifth 
Ford George, laborer, res 818 Twelfth 
Ford J. B., res 765 Grove 

Ford J. B., lumber, res SW cor Fifth av and East 9th 
Ford John A., whitener, res 764 Sixth 
Ford N. V., res 420 Fifth 
Fordman D., shipwright W. D. Co. 

Forg Charles, bartender Mammoth Saloon, res 415 Fourth 
FOREST TREE NURSERY, Bailey & Co., proprietors, 

NW cor East 12th and Third av 
Forester Edward (Downing & Forester) res Eureka Hotel 
Forrest Mary A. Miss, nurse, res E s Wood bet Eighth and 

Chase 
Forrest W. B., laborer, res Eland House 
Forrester J. D., veterinary surgeon, res 1927 Myrtle 
Forster J. H. Mrs., res 758 Castro 

Forsyth Edwin R., carpenter, res Ns Delaware nr Sixth, W. B. 
Forsyth Joseph, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Fortin V. L., clerk, res 613 Tenth 
Fortman D., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Fortman Fred., shipwright W. D. Co., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House 
Foss Walter A., truckman, res 488 Laurel 
Fossard Aimable, collector (S. F.) res SE cor Thirteenth 

and Peralta 
Foster Emma Mrs., dressmaker, res 607 Franklin 
Foster Henry A., shipjoiner W. D. Co., res W s Center nr 

Fifth 
Foster Henry W., painter with Thomas Flaherty, res 

Center bet Fourth and Fifth 
Foster John, laborer C. P. R. R., res 821 Henry 
Foster John A., carpenter, res E s Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 
Foster John B. , res SW cor Seventeenth and Franklin 
Foster Thomas, carpenter, res S s Seventh bet Washington 

and Clay 
Foster Thomas J., master mariner, res 819 Fifteenth 
Foster William W., freight clerk Oakland wharf, res Pine 

nr Ninth 
Foster — , res W s Thirteenth av bet East 15th and East 16th 
Foster — , res 1061 Alice 

Foucault Victor M., real estate (S. F.) res 518 Charter 
Foulkes James F., physician, 1068 Broadway, res 571 

Twelfth 



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OAKLAND [p] DIRECTORY. 197 

Foulkes Kyle, hatter, res 571 Twelfth 

FOUNTAIN & RYAN (W. H. Fountain and Daniel Kyan) 
druggists, 1158 Broadway 

Fountain George W., res 135-4 Broadway 

Fountain Henry W., clerk with Starkweather & Son, res 
1418 San Pablo av 

Fountain Mattie E., artist, res 1354 Broadway 

Fountain William H. (Fountain & Ryan) res 1418 San Pa- 
blo av 

Fowler D. C, branch N. Y. Bakery, store and res 1218 
Broadway 

Fowler Foland B., teacher D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Fowler Frank L. (Johnson & Fowler) res 767 Alice 

Fowler James H., engineer Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., 
res cor Seventh av and East 10th 

Fowler James M., carpenter, res N s Forty -fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Fowler Jefferson, res S s Merrimac pi nr Webster 

Fowler J. T., farmer, res E s Telegraph Road nr Asylum, B. 

Fowler William W., real estate and insurance agent, 917 
Broadway, res 702 Tenth 

Fowzer Jacob, graiuer, res 968 Third 

Fox Charles N., atty-at-law, 528 California (S. F.) res 1057 
Market 

Fox Daniel W., farmer, N s Birch nr Telegraph av, Te- 
mescal 

Fox D wight W., student University 

Fox J., with Oakland Planing Mill 



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1158 Broadway, 

Bet. THirteenth and Fourteenth Streets, 

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198 OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 

Fox James, stableman with TV. A. Richards 

Fox John, coachman, res 621 Thirteenth 

Fox John S., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 360 Fifth 

Fox Lizzie, domestic, 927 Filbert 

Fox Lo, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res 1012 

Twenty-eighth 
Fox M. J. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 1012 Twenty-eighth 
Fox R. D. Mrs., dressmaker, res 220 Second 
Foy Martin, res 526 East 12th 
Foye Charles E., master mariner, res NE cor Thirty- third 

and West 
Fozard George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Frackell Frederick, fireman Oakland Ferries, res S. F. 
Frain James, gardener, TV s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

Creek 
France Louis H., student University, res S s Bancroft way 

nr Choate, B. 
Francis Cornelius Mrs., res S s East 14th nr Eighteenth av 
Francis E. H., signpainter, res TV s Jefferson bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Francis Elihu R., carpenter, res TV s Jefferson bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Francis John, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Francis John Rev., res TV s Eleventh av bet East 18th and 

East 19th 
Francis Louise, widow, res foot of Division 
Francis Rose S. Miss, res 716 Fourteenth 
FRANCIS SAMUEL, merchant tailor, 1006 Broadway, res 

836 Clay 
FRANCK CHARLES, saloon, SW cor Tenth and Franklin, 

res 816 Magnolia 
FRANCOZ EDWARD, proprietor Philadelphia Steam 

Chemical, Dyeing and Cleaning Works, SW cor Fourth 

and Clay, office 912 Broadway 
Frandsen Paul, hostler, res Berkeley Farm House 
Frank Charles, clerk with C. B. Rutherford 
Frank George, car repairer C. P. R. R., res cor William and 

Cedar 
Frank Henry, teacher D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Frank Jacob, upholsterer with P. Schreiber, res 610 Post, 

S. F. 
Frank Lucy, cook, cor Moss and Telegraph avs 
Frank Moses, student University 
Frank Nathan H., student University 
Frank Reinhard H., machinist, res TV s Willow bet Atlantic 

and Pacific 



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OAKLAND [f 1 ] DIRECTORY. 199 

Frank Kudolph, sausages, City Market 

Frank Theodore, carriage trimmer with M. W. Allen, res 
360 Fourth 

Franke George, car cleaner 0. P. B. B., res William bet 
Cedar and Pine 

Franke John, car cleaner C. P. E. E., res SE cor William 
and Pine 

Franklin Charles, laborer, res E s Sixth nr Bristol, W. B. 

Franklin Grammar School, J. H. Sumner principal, NW cor 
Tenth av and East 15th 

Franklin House, Henry Garner proprietor, NW cor Fifth 
and Franklin 

Franklin Lotta, with California Watch Co. 

Franklin Maggie, with California Watch Co. 

Frary Fred., painter, res cor Seventh av and East 8th 

Frary Joseph H., painter, res cor Seventh avand East 8th 

Fraser E>. McG., carpenter, res E s Linden nr Eighteenth 

Fraser Hugh, sheep farmer, res SE cor Grove and Cale- 
donia av 

Fraser Hugh E., engineer, res 1050 Third 

Fraser Hugh W., student University 

Fraser James H., res SE cor Grove and Caledonia av 

Fraser Malcom, plumber and gasfitter, N s University av nr 
Shattuck, B. 

Fraser M. Mrs., dressmaker, N s University av nr Shat- 
tuck B. 

Fraser Eobert, ship carpenter, res 1102 Chester 

Fraser Samuel W., carpenter, res 305 Third 

Fraser S. T., res 1050 Third 

Fraser Thomas Eev., res 916 Myrtle 

Fraser W., res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Fraser William, carpenter, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 
Pine 

Frates Frank, superintendent construction Berkeley E. E., 
res Grand Western Hotel 

Frates Joseph C, res Grand Western Hotel 

FRAUNEIDER LEOPOLD, locksmith with Kaese & Eode, 
res 664 Harrison 

Frautsche Gotlieb, gardener, E s Linden bet Eighth and 
Tenth 

Frawley James, laborer, res SW cor Twenty-second and 

Linden 
Frazer Hugh, blacksmith with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Frazier L., cook Tubbs' Hotel 
Frazier T. J., teamster, res Boffs Hotel 



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OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 



Frederick John, conductor C. P. R. E., res W s Chester nr 
Eleventh 

Frederick John H., dairyman with J. H. Gordon, res W s 
Magnolia nr Twenty-eighth 

Frederick Vincent, stableman with Tinkham & Butterfield 

Frederick William B., boots and shoes, 468 Twelfth, res Ws 
Brush nr Twenty -first 

Fredericks J. (Jacob Fredericks and Augustus Deine) car- 
riage painters, NE cor Eighth and Franklin 

Fredericks Jacob (J. Fredericks) res 569 Sixteenth 

Fredericksen Peter, driver Oakland R. B., res cor Forty- 
ninth and Telegraph av, Temescal 

Frederickson Nicholas, gardener, "W s Telegraph av bet Cal- 
edonia av and Sycamore 

Freeborn — Mrs., res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine 

Freeland Albert, laborer W. D. Co., res S s Goss nr Bay 

Freeland J., laborer Grove-st Planing Mill 

Freeland John, stevedore, res 702 Brush 

Freels Richard, deckhand Oakland Ferry 

FREEMAN & JAFFE (O. K. Freeman and L. Jaffe) job- 
bers and dealers wood and coal, 411 Eighth 

Freeman Charles W., printer with B. F. Sterett (S. F.) res 
NE cor Lincoln and Wood 

Freeman Mary Mrs., boarding (children) N s Isabella nr 
San Pablo av 

Freeman M. L., ladies' nurse, res 623 East Tenth 

Freeman Otis K. (Freeman & Jaffe) res Knox House 



O. Ji. Freeman. 



L. Jaffe. 



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Seattle, West Hartley, Sydney, Cumberland, Scotch Splint, Bellingham 
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OAKLAND [p] DIRECTORY. 201 

Freitag Christina Mrs., res SW cor Seventh and Wood 

Freitag F. H., bookkeeper Oakland Journal, res Twenty- 
fourth bet Broadway and Telegraph av 

French G. S., clerk What Cheer House, res East 25th nr 
Eighth av 

French George W., carpenter, res N s East 16th bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty -first av 

French Insurance Corporation (La Caisse Ge'nerale) B. C. 
Dick agent, 1004 Broadway 

French Nicholas. See Ffrench Nicholas 

French Sullivan F., carpenter, res Parson House 

French William, master mariner, res 220 Second 

French William H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 517 
Ninth 

FRE3E JOHN L., proprietor Eailroad Exchange Hotel, NE 
cor Bay and Seventh 

Frewing George, carpenter, W s Henry nr First 

Frey 'Benedict, capitalist, res 831 Clay 

Frey Hermann, painter and glazier, N s Seventh bet Wood 
and Willow 

Frey John, watchmaker, 1768 Seventh, res 1451 Seventh 

Frick Alfred, mining engineer, 615 Franklin 

Frick Emil, engineer C. P. R. R., res NW .cor East 11th and 
Ninth av 

Fried Budolph, clerk with Coffee & Furst, res 516 Fifth 

Friedline S. A., carpenter, res Union Hotel 

Friel John, plasterer, res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Frielan Alfred, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Frink Ledyard, farmer, res 1118 Washington 

Fritsche Frank, blacksmith, res E s Chestnut nr Tnirty- 
second 

Fritsche Frank, upholsterer with P. Schreiber, res Sunny- 
side Hotel 

Fritz Charles, painter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Frochen Jean, watchmaker with W. Wilson, res cor Eighth 
and Washington 

Frontier Peter (Frontier & Bellemere, S. F.) res 759 Clay 

Frost George E., painter, res Sunnyside House 

Frost N. M., foreman Mendocino Lumber Yard, res N s 
Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 

Frost R. M., sawyer Oakland Planing Mill, res N s Forty- 
sixth nr Telegraph av 

Frost Thomas R., druggist with Sanford, Kelsey & Co., 971 
Broadway 

Fuchs Julia, domestic, 604 Twelfth 

Fuchs Philip, blacksmith (S. F.) res 1560 Seventh 



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202 OAKLAND [p] DIRECTORY. 

Fuhr C. A., res Grand Central Hotel 

Fuhr N., res Winsor House 

Fullen John, expressman, res 701 Franklin 

Fuller Albert A., with California Bridge and Building Co., 

res N s Laurel bet Telegraph av and Valley 
Fuller A. M., carpenter and joiner, N s Laurel bet Telegraph 

av and Valley 
Fuller Amos L., real estate (S. F.) res N s East 15th bet 

Eighth and Ninth avs 
Fuller Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Fuller Clifford A., res 855 Harrison 
Fuller Frances, widow, res 508 Eighth 
Fuller Fred. O., chief engineer Fire Department, res 1430 j 

Adeline 
Fuller Hinds, teamster, res 1430 Adeline 
Fulton Cary M., bookkeeper Oakland Point Planing Mill, \ 

res 1059 Poplar 
Fulton George, carpenter, res N s Thirtieth bet Union and 

Magnolia 
Fulton Joseph, mining superintendent, res 515 Ninth 
Fulton William, marble cutter Amador Marble Works, res 

Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Furber E. G., wood and willowware (S. F.) res 920 Filbert 
Furlong John, laborer C. P. E. K., res NW cor Magnolia j 

and Second 
Furniss Miles, proprietor Newland House Restaurant, 472 

Seventh 
Furst Herrmann (Coffee & Furst) res 516 Fifth 
Fyfe Robert, assistant bookkeeper S. F. Gaslight Co., res 

762 Jefferson 



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Gaelus John, dairyman D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Gaertner Frederick W., machinist W. D. Co., res 1911 Fil- 
bert 
Gafney William, clergyman, res 502 East 15th 
Gage Ada Mrs., dressmaker, shop and res 609 Tenth 
Gage Edward M., telegraph operator Oakland wharf , resS.F. 
Gage James C, lodginghouse, 1156 Broadway 
Gage John W., master mariner, res N s Laurel nr Tele- 
graph av 
Gage Samuel D., carpenter and builder, res' NW cor Market 
and Twenty-second 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 203 

Gage Stephen T., res 1300 Harrison 

Gagnon J. B., capitalist, res 407 First 

Gaines Michael, laborer W. D. Co., res E s Chester nr Fifth 

Gaither Hamilton, clerk with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 
res 546 Charter 

Gale George, carpenter, res Ninth av nr East 23cl 

Galindo Francisco, res W s Telegraph av nr Tehama, North 
Temescal 

Gallagher A. M. Mrs., res W s Adeline nr Seventh 

Gallagher Bernard, machinist, res 621 Third 

Gallagher Charles E., expressman, res W s Willow nr Wil- 
liam 

Gallagher Charles E., painter, res Willow nr Seventh 

Gallagher Daniel, carpenter with Power & Ough, res W s 
Filbert nr Twenty-first 

Gallagher John, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 

Gallagher Michael, plasterer, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Gallagher Michael, plasterer' res St. Louis House 

GALLAGHER NEIL, groceries and liquors, store and res 
SE cor Twenty-fifth and Telegraph av 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, res E s Linden nr Fifth 

Gallagher Stephen, painter, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Gallagher William, laborer W. D. Co., res Charter Oak Hotel 

Gallant Mary J., nurse, res 923 Third 

Gallant Peter H., carpenter, res 923 Third 

Gallivan Maurice, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Tele- 
graph av 

Galvin & Lebrecht (James Galvin and Wm. Lebrecht) horse- 
shoers and wagonmakers, Telegraph av bet Seventeenth 
and Eighteenth 

Galvin James (Galvin & Lebrecht) res N s Seventh bet Bay 
and Cedar 

Gam Lee, Chinese Laundry, N s Sixteenth nr Market 

Gamble James, general superintendent W. U. Tel. Co., res 
Piedmont 

Gammans Elbert H., res E s Adeline nr Eighteenth 

Gannon Lawrence, wines and liquors, 703 Broadway 

Gannon Martin, res 665 East 12th 

GANS ROBERT H., propr Globe Billiard Parlor, SE cor 
Broadway and Eighth, res NE cor Washington and 
Ninth 

Gansberg George A., painter, res N s Seventeenth nr Cypress 

Gants William H., collector with Bush & Milne (S. F.) res 
Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broadway 

Ganvod Isavel, res Fruit Vale County road, Lynn 



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204 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Garabrant Charles, machinist, res 764 Jefferson 

Garabrant Orville, salesman with Cushing & Ryder, res 764 

Jefferson 
Garber John, atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1002 Adeline 
Garber M. C. (Sarpy, Barstow & Co.) res NE cor Eleventh 

and Webster 
Garbor L. L., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Garcelon Harris, shipwright W. D. Co., res S s Twenty-sixth 

nr Adeline 
Garcia E. M., laborer, res 759 Market 
Garcia Frank, laborer, res cor Liberty and Summer, North 

Temescal 
Garcia Joseph, barber, SW cor University av and Second, 

W. B. 
Garcia Joseph, laborer, res cor Liberty and Summer, North 

Temescal 
Garcia Pedro, painter with J. Fredericks, res Seventh bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Gardanowsky A., physician, 1156 Broadway 
Garden Jonathan H., gardener, res Pagoda Hall, Temescal 
Gardiner James J . (Warner, Gardiner <fc Browne) res N s 

Jones nr Telegraph av 
Gardiner James Thornton (Burns, Whitman & Gardiner) res 

512 Charter 
Gardiner James T. (Gibb & Gardiner) res 1222 Broadway 
Gardiner K. P. M., student Taylor's Business College, res 

1222 Broadway 
Gardiner — , res Blake House 
Gardner J. B., plasterer, res Capital Hotel 
Gardner Bros. (John W. and Israel W. Gardner) sheet music, 

musical instruments and pianos, 1216 San Pablo av 
Gardner Hiram S., res 1314 Eighth 
Gardner Israel W. (Gardner Bros.) 1216 San Pablo av 
Gardner John, capitalist, res Sunnyside House 
Gardner John W. (Gardner Bros.) res 614 Seventeenth 
Gardner L., carpenter, res 1003 Webster 
Gardner N. J., brakeman C. P. Pi. Pt. 
Gardner Robert, res Kelsey House 
Garibaldi John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Garibaldi Joseph, cook, res NE cor Twenty-first and Tele- 
graph av 
Garin P. A., principal Cosmopolitan School, res SW cor 

Walton and West 
Gariot Alfred, stock broker, res 551 Seventh 
Gariot Julius, painter, res 551 Seventh 
Garlich James O., hardware, res 812 Market 



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OAKLAND [ Q- ] DIRECTORY. 205 

Garner Henry, proprietor Franklin House, NW cor Fifth 

and Franklin 
Garner Henry Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 960 Wash- 
ington, res NW cor Fifth and Franklin 
Garon L. G., saloon, foot of Broadway 
GARRIGAN JOHN H., paints, oils and paper hangings, 864 

Broadway, res SW cor West and Brown 
Garrison Elijah M., shipjoiner W. D. Co., res N s William 

bet Cedar and Bay 
Garrison Eunice, res SW cor East 19th and Eleventh av 
Garrity John, laborer, res W s Henry bet First and Third 
Garrity Mary, waiter Golden Star Hotel 
Garson Robert B., butcher with J. Shultz, res 909 Washington 
Gartenberg Abe, bookkeeper with Mellis Bros., res Grove 

bet Ninth and Tenth 
Garthwaite Edwin H., student University 
Garthwaite Henry, lumber surveyor (S. F.) res 574 Charter 
Garthwaite Henry P., with The Oakland Bank of Savings, 

res 574 Charter 
Garthwaite William W., with The Oakland Bank of Savings, 

res 574 Charter 
Gartland George, res Mansion House, E. O. 
Gartland Matthew, gardener with H. Schussler, SW cor 

Madison and Fourth 
Gartner Frederick W., stickerhand, res W s Filbert nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Garvan James, car repairer C. P. R. R., res William bet 

Pine and Wood 
Garvey James, laborer, res S s William bet Wood and Pine 
Garvey Patrick, boilermaker C. P. R. R., res 821 Chester 
Garvey Thomas, laborer C. P. R. R., res 802 Willow 
Garvin John, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 560 Third 
Garvin John J., res 868 Castro 
Gaskill George C. (Armes & Gaskill) res 1059 Clay 
Gaskill Rollin C, agent Wells, Fargo & Co., Nicholl Block, 

(and John M. Miner & Co.) res 1059 Clay 
Gaskill Varney W., student University, res 1059 Clay 
Gaspard Francois, restaurant, 827 East 12th 
Gass George, cardriver, res Lynn nr Thirteenth av 
Gast F., engineer C. P. R. R. 
Gately Michael, agent, res 370 Fifth 
Gates Alvah, superintendent Dexter Stables, NE cor Twelfth 

and Harrison, res Sunnyside House 
Gates Alfred W., capitalist, res 1113 Franklin 
Gates Benjamin F., engineer, res W s Dana nr Bancroft 

way, B. 



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206 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Gates G. W., res W s Union nr Eighth 

GAUDIN J., wholesale and retail wines and liquors, 840 

Broadway, res 559 Charter 
Gaudin Joseph L., tallow renderer, Butchertown 
Gauge William, landscape gardener, res 516 Seventh 
Gaughran Mary, domestic, S s Bancroft way nr Anderson, B. 
Gaukroger Albert, machinist (S. F.) res W s Market nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Gaunce Leonard, car repairer C. P. R. R., res S s Lincoln 

nr Pine 
Gaunce Robert, helper Oakland Planing Mill 
Gavan Annie, cook, E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 
Gavica Enrique J., bookkeeper with Cobo, Ygual & Co. (S. 

F.) res 468 Fifth 
Gawley Hose Mrs., dressmaker, res 967 Franklin 
GAY & SCHADE (Robert Gay and George Schade) butch- 
ers, 921 Seventh 
Gay Charles, collector, res Eureka Hotel 
Gay David, car repairer C. P. R. R., res foot Divission 
Gay Robert (Gay & Schade) res 824 Myrtle 
Gay William M. Mrs., res N s Laurel nr San Pablo av 
Gaylord Hiram B., minning, res E s Market nr Seventeenth 
Gaynor Hugh, cigars and tobacco, 801 Broadway 
Gazave J., res 562 Frauklin 
Geary Morris, laborer, res 459 Sixth 

Gedge John, carriage painter with B. A. Armstrong & Son 
Gee Lee (Chinese) laundry, 467 Eighth 
Gee Myron, architect and builder, res W s Elm av bet 

Plymouth av and Edwards 
Gee William A., res 827 Market 
Gee William S., car builder, res 827 Market 
Genroy Thomas B., sheep raiser, res 1031 Seventh av 
Gehlich & Oschkinat (Julius Gehlich and A. Oschkinat) 

cabinetmakers, 408 Tenth 
Gehlich Julius ( Gehlich &■ Oschkinat) res N s Fifteenth bet 

Center and Kirkham 
Geiser Carrie, domestic, 957 Grove 

Geissberger Louis, farmer, res W s Fourth nr Holyoke, W. B. 
Gelwicks D. W., res 1009 Madison 
GEMMELL ALEXANDER, stoves, tinware, plumbing and 

gasfitting, 820 Broadway, res 839 Harrison 
Gennity Alice, domestic, 515 B Eighth 
Gensoul Adrian, cashier French Savings and Loan Society 

(S. F.) res NE cor Ninth and Peralta 
Gentner Charles, butcher S. F. Market, res 836 Broadway 
Gentry Calvin B., carpenter, res 1576 Telegraph av 



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J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 207 

Gentry C. B. Mrs., dressmaker, 1576 Telegraph av 

Gentry B. B., res Grand Central Hotel 

Geoghan John, fireman C. P. B. B., res Mechanics' Home 

Geoghegan Michael, laborer, res NW cor Mariposa av and 
Shattuck 

George C. H., driver with J. P. Anderson, res 409 Fourth 

George Frank, laborer C. P. B. B., res W s Campbell nr 
Pacific 

George Henry, bookkeeper (S. P.) res 476 Twelfth 

George Samuel, res 410 Tenth 

Georma Anton, watchman C. P. B. B. 

Gerbin Donald, insurance, res 955 Seventh 

GERHARDY P. J., manager S. F. Market, 829-831 Broad- 
way, res 761 Washington 

Germain Guy, res S s Goss bet Wood and Willow 

Germain Jennie Miss, teacher, res S s Goss bet Wood and 
Willow 

Germain Parker, farmer, res S s Goss bet Wood and Wil- 
low 

Germain Sallie Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 
S s Goss bet Wood and Willow 

GERMAN-AMERICAN INSURANCE CO. (New York) 
W. F. Hitchcock, agent, 958 Broadway 

German-English School, Carl Schenck principal, S s Ninth 
between Washington and Clay 

German Methodist Episcopal Church, Herman Brueck, pas- 
tor, NE cor Seventeenth bet Telegraph and San Pablo 
avs 

Germania Gardens, John Bachman proprietor, cor Union 
and Strawberry creek, B. 

GERNREICH & THORNBURGH (William Gernreich and 
M. K. Thornburgh) groceries and liquors, 1474 
Eighth 

Gernreich William (Gernreich & Thornburgh) res 1474 
Eighth 

Gerrish James L., machinist C. P. B. B., res S s William 
between Wood and Willow 

Gerwien Herman, carpenter W. D. Co., res Eighth bet 
Wood and Willow 

Getchel Otis, teamster, res 751 Market 

Getchell Bansom N., salesman Oakland Planing Mill, res N 
s Sycamore nr Grove 

Getchell Sumner, carpenter, res 751 Market 

Getchell Winfield S., engineer C. P. B. B., res NE cor 
Seventh and Chester 

Geue F. W., carpenter, res SW cor Fourth and Jackson 



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208 OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 

GHIRARDELLI & PETAR (Domingo Ghirardelli and 
Charles Petar) manufacturer coffee, spices, and choco- 
late and wholesale dealers wines and liquors, 1072 
Broadway 

Ghirardelli Antone, res 920 Third 

Ghirardelli Domingo (Ghirardelli & Petar) res 773 Fifth 

Ghirardelli Joseph, with Ghirardelli & Petar, res 773 Fifth 

Ghirardelli Louis, student University 

Giamboni Frederick, University Restaurant, NE cor Hum- 
boldt av and Bancroft way, B. 

Giamboni N (N. Giamboni & Co., S. F.) res 1714 Seward 

Gibb & Gardiner (G. J. W. Gibb and J. G. Gardiner) sign 
and pictorial painting, 1222 Broadway 

Gibb Gavin J. W. (Gibb & Gardiner) res W s Filbert bet 
Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth 

Gibbeal Louis, laborer, res 510 Second 

GIBBONS JAMES, proprietor Mechanics' Hotel, 416 
Seventh 

Gibbons M. F., shipwright W. D. Co. 

Gibbons Patrick, laborer, res 828 Henry 

Gibbons Robert, painter, res The Home, B. 

Gibbs Archibald, carpenter, res Louisiana House 

Gibbs J,, millwright, res Eagle House 

Gibbs Josiah S., carpenter, res S s Chase nr Wood 

Gibbs S. L., res cor Thirty-second and Union 

Gibbs W. C, res 154 Third 

Gibot Antoine, stairbuilder, W. D. Co., res E s Haven nr 
Peralta 

Gibson E. M., atty-at-law, res 254 Eignth 

Domingo Ghirardelli. Charles Petar. 

GHIRARDELLI & PETAR, 

Importers, Wholesale and Retail dealers in all Kinds of 




Depot of GHIRARDELLI'S 

Chocolate, Coffee and Spice Mills 



1072 BROADWAY, (Central B10CU OAKLAND. 

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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth, 



OAKLAND [ Q- ] DIRECTORY. 209 

Gibson Henry, copying clerk Contra Costa Laundry 
Gibson Hiram O., agent Stockwell Self-Lighting Gas 

Burner and Ellis Gas Burner, res 1215 Jefferson 
Gibson James, clerk with Murphy, Grant & Co. (S. F.) res 

1016 Twelfth 
Gibson Joseph, medicated baths, 1011 Franklin 
Gibson LeAvis Mrs.', res Tubbs 1 Hotel 
Gibson Thomas, copyist, res 1665 Seward 
Gibson William, res S s William bet Wood and Willow 
Gibson William, machinist W. D. Co., res cor Fourteenth 

and Campbell 
Gibson — , clerk with A. G. Lawrie, res S. F. 
Gidley J. Mrs., res 610 Ninth 

Gieschen Louis, clerk with H. Cordes, res 809 Franklin 
Gifford George, chairmaker, res W s Second nr Addison, B. 
Gifford Henry F., butcher, res cor Adeline and San Pablo 

av 
Gifford William M., butcher, res cor Adeline and San Pablo 

av 
Gilardin Alexander, constable, res N s East Fourteenth bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs 
Gilardin Constantine, res 613 East Twelfth 
Gilardin Eugene, stockyard, East s Telegraph av bet Forty- 
sixth and Forty-seventh 
Gilardin Joseph, res East Fourteenth bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth avs 
Gilardin Victor, res 507 East Fourteenth 
Gilberg N., carpenter, res 1521 Seventh 
Gilbert A. A., clerk C. P. B. E., res 464 Sixth 
Gilbert Charles W., furniture (S. F.) res Ns Eighth nr 

Willow 
Gilbert Emily Miss, res 1129 Eighth av 
Gilbert Frank, atty-at-law, res 509 Eighth 
Gilbert James, carpenter W. D. Co., res Star House 
Gilbert J. F., Miss, housekeeper Tubbs' Hotel 
Gilbert Martin T., brakeman C. P. B. B., res 509 Eighth 
Gilbert S. A. Mrs., res 813 Brush 

Gilbertson John, bookkeeper (S. F.) res Chestnut nr Tenth 
Gilchrist Frank M. with New Zealand Insurance Co. (S. F.) 

res 1123 Linden 
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 
Gilfeather James, carriage painter with B. A. Armstrong & 

Sou, res cor Center and Fifteenth 



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210 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

GILL EDWARD, nursery and florist, S s Twenty -eighth 

bet Market and Adeline 
Gill Elias, postmaster North Temescal and varieties, store 

and res W s Telegraph av nr Temescal creek 
Gill Emily Miss, res 558 Sixteenth 
Gill Francis, hostler with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Telegraph 

road and Clifton, Temescal 
Gill Francis, laborer, res 258 Fifth 
Gill J. E., general solicitor Journal of Commerce,' res Win- 

sor House 
Gill James, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 258 

Fifth 
Gill John, res Mansion House, E. O. 
Gill John, laborer, res 717 Linden 
Gill Lizzie Miss, res 558 Sixteenth 
Gill — , res 922 Third 
Gillan Frank, clerk with McCabe & Cox 
Gillard & Taylor (Aime Gillard and Eugene Taylor) hotel 

and French restaurant, cor Fruit Yale av and Hopkins 
Gillard Aime (Gillard & Taylor), res cor Fruit Vale av and 

Hopkins 
Gilleney Anna, domestic, NE cor Eighth and Jefferson 
Gillespie Frank, clerk with I. Marcus, res 410 Tenth 
Gillespie Henry W., merchant, res 857 Washington 
GILLETT C. E. & CO. (Charles E. Gillett and Charles 

Elsey) stock and money brokers, 1770 Seventh 
Gillespie Charles E. (C. E. Gillett & Co.) res 1762 Goss. 
Gillett C. W., res 475 Ninth 

Gillett Edwin R., printer Pacific Press, res 1067 Castro 
Gillett Isaac N., res N s Seventeenth nr Cypress 
Gillett William D. Mrs., res 950 Brush 
Gillick James, coachman, E s Chestnut nr Tenth 
Gilligan Edward F., tinsmith with James Dalziel, res 167 

Seventh 
Gilligan James, with A. Gemmell, res 167 Seventh 
Gilligan James, gardener with E. W. Kirkham, res 167 

Seventh 
Gilligan James, laborer, res East Twelfth nr Thirteenth av 
Gilligan James, plumber, res 167 Seventh 
Gilligan Mary, domestic, N s Walton nr Telegraph av 
Gilman John R., carpenter, res W s West bet Ninth and 

Tenth 
Gilman Joseph A., hulled corn manufacturer, N s Brown nr 

San Pablo av 
Gilman M. M., teacher Ocean Yiew School, res N s Bristol 

nr Seventh, W. B. 



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Napa Soda is recommended by physicians for healthful drinking. 



OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 211 

Gilman Nicholas A., res W s West bet Ninth and Tenth 

Gilmer J. W., City Paving Co. (S. F.) res NW cor Twenty- 
fourth and Adeline 

Gilmore Ellen Mrs., res 863 Twenty Second 

Gilmore G. W. Mrs., res 555 Hobart 

Gilmore J. H., landscape gardener and florist, res 117 East 
14th 

Gilmore John, teamster Oakland Brewery 

Gilmore John S., clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros, res 
Twenty-second bet Market and West 

Gilmore Louis F., clerk with G. W. Dam, res 117 East 14th 

Gilmore Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., res 7 Adelaide pl(S.F.) 

Gilmore Robert, blacksmith, 268 Twelfth, res Sunnyside 
House 

Gilmour John D., blacksmith (S. F.) res S s Atlantic bet 
Wood and Pine 

Gilson Ellen, domestic, NE cor Eighteenth and Linden 

Gilstrap William D., engineer C. P. R. R., res W s Camp- 
bell bet Third and Pacific 

Gincosta Antonia, res E s Thirteenth av bet East 14th and 
East 15th 

Ginn John I., journalist Tribune, res Russell House 

Girard E., boot and shoemaker, NE cor Fourth and Clay 

Girolamo George, cook Barnum's restaurant, res SE cor 
Seventh and Broadway 

Girot Delia, res 819 Center 

Girvin Alexander, res Lynn nr Thirteenth av 

Giulio Joseph, laborer Oakland Planing Mill 

Gladding Allen I. (Gladding, Surryhne <fc Co.) res 541 Hobart 

GLADDING BROS. (Theodore O. and William F. Glad- 
ding) proprietors Oakland Warehouse and commission 
merchants, NE cor First and Jefferson 

Gladding Charles (Gladding, McBean & Co.) res Lincoln, 
Placer Co., Cal. 

Gladding Charles B., clerk Oakland Warehouse, res S s 
Hobart bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

GLADDING, MeBEAN & CO. (Charles Gladding, P. McG. 
McBean and George Chambers) proprietors Ironstone 
Sewer Works (vitrified) 1166-1168 Broadway 

GLADDING, SURRYHNE & CO. (A. I. Gladding and 
William Surryhne) real estate agents, SE cor Ninth and 
Washington 

Gladding Theodore O. (Gladding Bros.) res Hobart nr 
Telegraph av 

Gladding William F. (Gladding Bros.) res Hobart nr Tele- 
graph av 



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212 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gladstou Samuel A., carpenter C. P. B. E., res William bet 
Pine and Cedar 

Gladwin Silas F., dentist, res Grand Central Hotel 

Glanville Conrad F., foreman with D. Stuart, res 1659 San 
Pablo av 

GLASCOCK JOHN R., District Attorney Alameda county, 
County Court House, room 3, res NW cor Sixth and 
Jackson 

Glascock William H., atty-at-law, 921 Broadway, res cor 
Fifth and Harrison 

Glashine N., laborer, res Eailroad Exchange Hotel 

Glass Geo., engineer, res E s Wood bet Atlantic and Willow 

Glass H., conductor C. P. E. E. 

Glass Kate Mrs., fancy goods, 475 East 12th 

Glaze Andrew, butcher with J. W. Glaze, res 1069 Four- 
teenth av 

Glaze J. W., butcher, 753 East 12th, res 1069 Four- 
teenth av 

Gleason George, res 366 Tenth 

Gleason Michael, carpenter, res SE cor East 10th and Third av 

Gleason Michael J., groceries, NE cor Twenty-first and 
Market 

Gleason William, steward Tubbs' Hotel 

Gleeson Peter, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Gleeson William, pastor St. Anthony's Church, res NW cor 
Sixteenth av and East 15th 

Glenan John, carpenter, res SE cor Twelfth and Center 

Glenn David, carpenter, res 802 Alice 

Glenn James T., office 917 Broadway, res 702 Tenth 

Glenn William N., printer, res 608 Fourth 

Glimme Peter, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Glines Byron A., real estate, res 718 Eleventh 

GLOBE BILLIARD PARLOR, Eobert H. Gans proprietor, 
SE cor Broadway and Eighth 

Glore John, res 959 Webster, rear 

Glosser George, plasterer, res N s William bet Bay and 
Cedar 

GLOVER GEORGE F. M., groceries, NW cor Chester and 
Eighth, res W s Chester bet Eighth and Ninth 

Glover James F., shoemaker, res 202 East 15th 

Glover John W., carpenter, res 361 Tenth 

Glover Josephine, widow, res SW cor Twentith av and East 
14th 

Glover Eobert, bricklayer, res 719 Ninth 

Gluck J., tailor with S. Francis, res Central av nr Peru, Ala- 
meda 



T °V«T GOLDEN GATE and the BAY °°™ PIEDMONT SPRINGS. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 213 

Gobey Frank, stockdealer (S. F.) res 65 Valley 

Godfrey George, real estate, res S s Seventh bet Wood and 

Willow 
Godfrey Joseph, carpenter, res W s Campbell bet Chase and 

Taylor 
Goff H. A., clerk with E. H. Hyde, res SW cor Twelfth and 

Clay 
Goff L. M., engineer C. P. E. E., res N s Eighth bet Wood 

and Willow 
Goff M. K., fireman C. P. K. E, 
Goldaracena Eamon, engineer, res N s Twelfth bet Poplar 

and Kirkham 
GOLDEN GATE ACADEMY, J. N. Haskins principal, Ns 

Hawthorne bet Broadway and Telegraph av 
GOLDEN GATE HALL, Charles Metzler proprietor, 471- 

475 Eighth 
Golden Joseph L., res 1071 Thirteenth av 
Golden Mary Miss, cigarmaker, res 1308 Seventh 
GOLDEN STAR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, Chris. 

Bauder & Co. proprietors, 838 Broadway 
GOLDEN WILLIAM F., groceries, SE cor Telegraph av 

and Vernon, North Temescal 
Golden William F. Mrs., res N s Hudson nr University av 
Goldiner Carl, tailor, 700 Broadway 
Goldon John, car repairer C. P. E. E., res Chester bet 

Eighth and Ninth 
Goldstein David, clerk with Coffee & Furst, res 516 Fifth 
Goldsticker Michael, butcher, SE cor Fifteenth av and East 

14th, res S s East 14th bet Nineteenth and Twentieth avs 



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214 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gollinger Alice, domestic, 1000 Peralta 

Golly Leon (Golly & Epstein, S. F.) res 1102 Myrtle 

Goltermann H., res 1034 Adeline 

Gomas Antonio, steward Oakland Ferry, S. F. 

Gompertz Carlos F., instructor Spanish, University, res N s 
University av opp Ellsworth, B. 

Gong Wah, laundry, NE cor Thirteenth av and East 16th 

Gonzales Charles, coachman, S s William bet Pine and Cedar 

Gonzales Frank, laborer, res 686 Park 

Gonzales Frank, bootblack stand, cor Eighth and Broadway, 
res Twenty-seventh bet Grove and West 

Gonzales Julian, lumberman, res E s Webster nr Orchard av 

Good John, painter, res Filbert bet Twenty-fourth and 
Twenty-sixth 

Goodall Angelique R. Miss, teacher D. and D. and B. Asy- 
lum 

Goodall George B., teacher D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Goode Thomas H., sash and blindmaker with H. W. Barnes 

Goodfellow M. J., mining engineer, res 1353 Webster 

Goodfellow William S., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 967 Market 

Goodino Harris, steward steamer Capital, res First bet 
Franklin and Broadway 

GOODMAN GEORGE, manager California Artificial Stone 
Paving Co., res 462 Fifth 

Goodrich J. King, bookkeeper, res 56 Seventh 

Goodrum Frank W., student University 

Goodwin Frank J., res 728 Eleventh 

Goodwin Louise Miss, retoucher with Murrv Dunham, res 
523 Tenth 

Goodwin Thomas A., mining, res W s Wood bet Taylor and 
Seward 

Goodwin William B., driver Oakland R. R., res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Temescal 

Goodwin W. L., contractor and builder, res W s Campbell 
nr Twelfth 

Gooley Ann, domestic, 913 Poplar 

Gordena Anna A. Miss, res 777 Fourteenth 

Gordon A. C, driver with J. S. G. Gordon, res 469 Ninth 

Gordon Alexader, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Gordon D., laborer C. P. R. R. 

Gordon George W., atty-at-law, res Grand Central Hotel 

Gordon James, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Gordon John H., dairy and res Magnolia nr Twenty-eighth 

GORDON JOSEPH S. G., agent Napa Soda Springs and 
Eastern Cider Co., proprietor Oakland Ice Depot and 
manufacturer ice cream, 469 Ninth, res 471 Ninth 



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OAKLAND [Q-] DIRECTORY. 215 

Gordon L. S. Mrs., res 713 Tenth 

Gordon William, carriagemaker with Meikle & Davis, res S s 
William bet Wood and Willow 

Gore B. B., broker (S. F.) res 560 Sycamore 

Gore — , carpenter, res 1162 Seventh 

Gorhain O. A., teamster, res Boffs Hotel 

Gorley Ellen, widow, res S s Eighteenth nr West 

Gorman Bernard, driver with W. W. McKenzie, res 866 
Broadway 

Gorman John, laborer, res W s Eighth av bet East 15th and 
East 16th 

Gorman Thomas W., engineer, res W s Filbert bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth 

Gormley Mary, domestic, 930 Adeline 

Gorner Christian, painter, 814 Broadway, res 414 Fifth 

Gorrill Charles H., president Pacific Bridge Co. (S. F.) res 
568 Seventeenth 

Gorrill W. H. Mrs., res 568 Seventeenth 

Goshen Charles N., painter, res W s Twelfth av bet East 
15th and East 16th 

Gotchet & Co. (John Gotchet and W. H. Appleton) real es- 
tate agents, 837 Washington 

Gotchet John (Gotchet <k Co.) res cor Sixteenth and Cen- 
ter 

GOTTSHALL L. & CO. (Louis Gottshall and Wm. J. Stod- 
dard) dry goods and groceries, cor Shattuck and Addi- 
son, B. 

Gottshall Louis (L. Gottshall <fe Co.) res cor Shattuck and 
Addison, B. 

Gough H. J., carpenter, W s Union nr Twenty -fourth 

Goughran Lawrence, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 

Gould Henry (Babcock & Gould) res N s Lincoln bet Wil- 
low and Campbell 

Gouldin John C, res Fruit Vale av nr East 13th 

Gove John H., manufacturer grain bags (S. F.) res E s 
Chestnut nr Tenth 

Govern A. E., chambermaid Winsor House 

Govern Margaret, domestic, N s Eighth bet Adeline and 
Linden 

Gowan John V., shipwright W. D. Co., res 561 Sixth 

Gowell Orrin, res S s East 14th nr Twenty-seventh av, Fruit 
Vale 

Gowen S. H., pipemaker with Contra Costa Water Co., res 
cor Ninth and Washington 

Gower Samuel J. (Haycock & Co., S. F.) res East 27th nr 
Fruit Vale av 



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216 OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Gowig George, with Singer Sewing Machine Co. (S. F.) 

res W s College av nr Alcatraz av, B. 
Gowing Isabel C. Miss, res 728 Eighth 
Gownanlock James, blacksrnithing and repairing, Broadway 

bet Second and Third, res NE cor Third and Franklin 
Graber — , res 320 Eighth 

Grabs August, butcher, S s Seventh bet Wood and Pine 
Grace Patrick, groceries and liquors, NE cor Twenty-eighth 

and San Pablo av 
Gracey Eugene W., printer with DeForrest & Co., res 377 

East 11th 
Gracey E. W. (H. S. Gracey & Co.) res 377 East 11th 
Gracey H. S. (H. S. Gracey & Co.) res 377 East 11th 
Gracey H. S. & Co. (H. S. and E. W. Gracey) card and job 

printers, 377 East 11th 
Gracey M. J. Mrs., res 377 East 11th 
Gracey Samuel, res 377 East 11th 
Grady Edward, laborer, res 652 Myrtle 
Grady Hannah, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Graff Peter, painter and paperhanger, res SE cor Thirty- 
second and Chestnut 
Graffelman Henry, plumber, res SW cor Cedar and William 
Graffelman Loleta Miss, teacher Prescott Primary School, 

res SW cor Cedar and Sixth 
Graffelman Margaret, widow, res SW cor Cedar and William 
Graham Edward J., driver with Meader & Co., res Bartlett 

House 
Graham J. B., laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Graham J. W., millhand Grove-st Planing Mill, res 429 

Thirteenth 
Graham James W., expressman, res 360 First 
Graham Peter, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Graham Robert D., carver W. D Co., res 863 Cedar 
Graham William, capitalist, res 284 Eleventh 
Graham William D. P., student, res 1211 Franklin 
Graham William M., atty-at-law and Justice of the Peace, 

470 Seventh, res 284 Eleventh 
Graham — Mrs., physician, res 813 East Fourteenth 
Grainger William, farmer, res cor Union and Twenty-eighth 
GRAND GENTRAL CARRIAGE WORKS, Murray & 

O'Hare proprs, N s Twelfth bet Harrison and Alice 
GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL, Murray & Young proprs, S s 

Twelfth bet Webster and Harrison 
GRAND WESTERN HOTEL, John Henninger propr, N s 

Seventh bet Wood and Pine 
Grand Western Restaurant, J. Henninger propr, 1756 Seventh 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 217 

Graney C. Mrs., res N s Eighteenth nr Kirkham _ 

Graney John, laborer, res NE cor Lydia and Curtis 

Granger F. B. jr., copyist with County Kecorder, res Win- 
sor House 

Granni Kollin W., carpenter, res S s Pacific nr Campbell 

Grant Daniel B., clerk, res 758 Franklin 

Grant Frederick, clerk with E. P. Fellows & Co. (S. F.) res 
E s Wood nr William 

Grant George E., merchant, res Ws Fourth avenue bet East 
16th and East 17th 

Grant George M., commission merchant (S. F.) 1366 Har- 
rison 

Grant Horace A., carpenter, res W s Lusk nr Evoy avenue 

Grant Joseph D., student University, res Chi Phi House 

Grant J. P., carpenter, res Eland House 

Grant K. P. Mrs., res 1165 Jackson 

Grant W. B., bartender Tubbs' Hotel 

Granz Ferdinand, tanner with G. F. Crist, res cor Twenty- 
second av and East 12th 

Grasser Henry F., blacksmith with P. H. McGrath, res NW 
cor Thirteenth av and East 11th 

Grattan Emil, musician, res NE cor East 12th and Twelfth av 

Gravelle O. E., carriage maker, 266 Twelfth, res 708 Taylor 
(S. F.) 

Graves Charles, carpenter, res Humboldt Hotel 

Graves Emma C., domestic with C. J. Cressey 

Graves Frederick, brakeman N. P. P. B. B., res N s Berk- 
eley way nr Shattuck 

Graves Henry P., sash and blindmaker Oakland Planing 
Mill, res 1731 Myrtle 

Graves M., laborer W. D. Co. 

Graves Walter, clerk with Strickland & Co., res 1731 Myrtle 

Graves W. H. H., bookkeeper Union National Gold Bank, 
res N s Seventeenth nr Telegraph av 

Gray A. L. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res cor 
Central av and Broadway, Alameda 

Gray Asaph, res 1169 West 

Gray Cormick, laborer, res 572 East 14th 

GRAY DALLAS P., cigars and tobacco, 905 Broadway, res 
Ninth nr Washington 

Gray Dixie L., student University, res 1772 Seventh 

Gray George D., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 760 Tenth 

Gray Giles H., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 754 Tenth 

Gray Hugh M., res 832 Franklin 

Gray John, pedlar, res Lynn nr Thirteenth av 

Gray John P., student University, res 1772 Seventh 



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Gray Madge Miss, res 1772 Seventh 

GRAY M. MRS., proprietress West Oakland Lodging 

House, 1772 Seventh 
Gray Michel, mining, res 1772 Seventh 
Gray Nathaniel (N. Gray & Co., S. F.) res 758 Tenth 
Gray Samuel, carpenter, res N s Forty-second nr Fell av 
Gray Simon, merchant tailor, shop and res 915 Seventh 
Gray Theodore, student University 

Gray William, laborer Oakland Planing Mill, res 517 Sev- 
enth 
Gray William H., laborer, res N s Seventeenth nr Brush 
Gray William O., clerk C. P. R. R., res W s Chestnut nr 

Sixteenth 
Gray W. W., res 1301 Franklin 

Grayson G. W. (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) res 1361 Jackson 
GRAYSON, HARRELL & CO. (G. W. Grayson, Jasper 
Harrell, W. J. Owen and J. W. Phillips) wholesale 
butchers, 1 Nicholl Block 
Greany Bridget, domestic, 1017 Adeline 
Grear B. G. Miss, dressmaker, 1210 Broadway 
Grearson James, draughtsman, res 1087 Third 
Green A. V. (Pope, Dam & Green) res 515 Bush (S. F.) 
Green David J., superintendent Clifford's Livery Stable 
Green Edmund, mining, res 1317 Jackson 
Green Emery, machinist, res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine 
Green E. C. Mrs., dressmaker, 1116 Broadway 
Green E. T., machinist C. P. Pi. R., res Goss bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Green Frank, carpenter, res 473 Twenty-first 
Green George, clerk, res Sunnyside House 
Green Hannah (widow) res N s D wight way nr Humboldt 

av, Berkeley 
Green Jefferson, piledriver C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change 
Green Joseph, boots and shoes, 904 Broadway, res 408 Ninth 
Green Joseph S., clerk with J. S. Crosley, res 361 Ninth 
Green Robert, res cor East 25th and Eighth av 
Green Sherwood L., res 1712 Eighth 
Green Thomas, bootmaker with T. Perdue, res Lewis nr 

Seventh 
Green Thomas, physician, res 573 Seventh 
Green William, laborer, res 165 Second 
Greenbaum Louis (Hirshberg & Greenbaum) res N s Fif- 
teenth nr Jefferson 
Greene Charles S., student University, res N s D wight way 
nr Humboldt av, B. 



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OAKLAND [Q] DIRECTORY. 219 

Greenebaum William, student University 

Greenhood J. & Bros. (Jacob, Solomon and Max Green- 
hood) fancy and dry goods, 1053 Broadway 

Greenhood Jacob (J. Greenhood & Bros.) res Nineteenth 
bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

Greenhood Max (J. Greenhood & Bros.) res 409 Twelfth 

Greenhood Solomon (J. Greenhood & Bros.) res 409 Twelfth 

Greenman Herman, mining superintendent, res 311 Fourth 

Greenough Charles C, carpenter, res 757 Sixth 

Greenus Albert E. (Oakes & Greenus) res SE cor Broadway 
and Durant 

Greer John, res W s Adeline bet Fifth and Seventh 

Greffoz Julian, operator W. U. Tel. Co., res 1004 Powell(S.F.) 

Gregor Mary, domestic, 958 Castro 

Gregory H. P. (H. P. Gregory & Co., S. F.) res N s Cale- 
donia av nr Grove 

Gregory James W., stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mill, res 
569 Seventh 

Gregory J. W., stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mill, res 569 
Seventh 

Gregory Silas W. (H. P. Gregory & Co., S. F.)res E s Tel- 
egraph av bet Hawthorne and Plymouth avs 

Gressler Charles A., barber, shop and res 707 East 12th 

Gressli Henry, carver W. D. Co., res 354 Sixth 

Grey William, laborer, res 517 Seventh 

Gribble John, longshoreman, res E s Union bet Third and 
Fifth 

Grice Orrin, clerk, res 912 Center 

Grieszer John, boot and shoemaker, 420 Eleventh 

Grieves Matthew, laboror C. P. K. R., res 829 Cedar 

Griffin Andrew J., carpenter, res Ss Bristol bet Second and 
Third, W. B. 

Griffin Charles D., bartender, res E s Willow nr Wood 

Griffin Charles O., carpenter, res Berkeley House 

Griffin George, brakeman C. P. Ft. R. 

Griffin John, laborer, res St. Louis Hotel 

Griffin Julia, domestic, 903 Market 

Griffin L. S., traveling salesman, res SW cor East 14th and 
Third av 

Griffin Thomas, Oakland Ferry 

Griffing George J., miner, res NW cor Alice and Fifth 

Griffith Fleming M., Oreman C. P. B. R. 

Griffith George, gardener with H. D. Bacon 

Griffith Samuel, butcher with J. W. Glaze 

Griffith William A., carpenter and builder, res S s Evoy av 
nr Telegraph av 



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220 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Griffiths Albert J., student University 

Griggs Nettie Mrs., res NW cor Lincoln and Willow 

Grim Alonzo M., student University 

Grimes George, cook, res 1157 Seventh 

Grimm August, tanner with J. S. Derby 

Grimme Charles, clerk with D. Menke, res Fourteenth bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Grimshaw William, carpenter, res Berkeley House, W. B. 
Grimwood A. D., atty-at-law, res N s East 14th nr Twenty- 
seventh av, Fruit Vale 
Griner James H., carpenter, res 666 Tenth 
Grinnell William E. (Miller, Grinnell & Co.) res 708 Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Gripp John, furniture (S. F.) res SW cor Center and Eighth 
Griswold Augustus H., ticket collector C. P. K. R., res N s 

Eleventh nr Cypress 
Griswold George, carpenter, res W s Magnolia bet Third 

and Fifth 
Grofl" Charles F., contractor and plasterer, res SW cor 

Washington and Tenth 
Grogan William, res SE cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Groizard Francis, painter W. D. Co., res Railroad Ex. Hotel 
Grondona Dominico, farmer, cor Thirteenth and Wood 
Grondona Joseph, grinder with E. Guittard & Co. (S. F.) 

res cor Thirteenth and Wood 
Gross Alexander P., millwright, res N s Ninth nr Chester 
Gross George, res 680 Locust 
Gross John, carpenter and builder, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Thirty-ninth 
Gross John F., butcher, res SE cor Chase and Wood 
Gross S., widow, res 819 Chester, rear 

Gross William, marble cutter, res N s Fifteenth nr Cypress 
Gross Zoe Miss, res N s Ninth nr Chester 
GROSSO & MAY (W. C. Grosso and E. A. May) importers 

hardware, agricultural implements, etc., 1008 Broadway 

and 1770 Seventh 
Grosso W. C. (Grosso & May) res Bartlett House 
Grosso — , blacksmith, res 411 Ninth 
Groth John, flour packer, Samm's Flouring Mills, res Fourth 

and Clay 
Grotheer Frederick, driver Washington Brewery, res 814 

Harrison 
Grove Street Planing Mill, G. M. Blair proprietor, NW cor 

Grove and First 
Grove Street School, Mrs. N. D. Standeford principal, SE 

cor Fifth and Grove 



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OAKLAND [Q-] DIRECTORY. 221 

GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES, P. E. Davis 

agent, 1161 Broadway 
Grover Ira E., res W s Market nr Twenty-fourth 
Grover Sarah B., midwife, res 603 Franklin 
GROVES REUBEN, proprietor Shell Mound Park Nursery, 

one mile West of Temescal nr Pace Track 
Grow Joseph B., blacksmith C. P. P. P., res 912 Center 
Gruen John C. res 913 Grove 
Grueninger Theodore, cabinet maker (S. F.) res S s Twelfth 

nr Center 
Gruettner D. (Lauer & Gruettner) res 815 Franklin 
Grush Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Grush H. Mrs., folder Contra Costa Laundry 
Grutze William F., tailor with M. J. Healey, res Mechanics' 

Home 
Guenette Louise Miss, dressmaker, E s San Pablo av nr 

University av, W. B. 
Guenette Peter, blacksmith, res cor University and San 

Pablo avs, W. B. 
Guerin Oscar, gasfitter with O. C. Kirk, res Mansion House 
Guernsey A. A. (A. A. Guernsey & Co.) 906 Broadway 
GUERNSEY A. A. & CO. (A. A. Guernsey and C. N. 

Whitmore) real estate and insurance brokers, 906 

Broadway 
Guhue Frederick, laborer D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Guile D. B., student, res S s Twenty-first nr Brush 
Guilfoy Patrick, fireman Oakland Ferry 
Guilfoy W., laborer, res WsSan Pablo av nr Temescal Creek 
Gulart Joaquin, laborer C. P. P. P., res 1845 Grove 
Gunderson Carrie, domestic, NW cor Thirteenth and Clay 
Gunn Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Gunn Charles T., fruit stand, NE cor Washington and Sev- 
enth, res 826 Twenty- second 
Gunn John, res W s Linden nr Eighteenth 
Gunn J. C, master mariner, res 810 Isabella 
Gunning Arthur, res E s Watts nr Park av 
Guppy A. P., civil engineer, res 668 Seventh 
Guptil E. A., butcher, 1710 Telegraph av 
Gurnee Clinton, atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1630 Telegraph av 
GURNETT & AYRES (William J. Gurnett and William 

H. Ayres) wood and coal, NW cor San Pablo av and 

Twenty-eighth 
Gurnett A. G., stock broker (S. F.) SE cor Fourth av and 

East 16th 
Gurnett William J. (Gurnett & Ayres) N s Twentieth nr 

Broadway 



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Woodward & Taggart--Desirable Business Property for Sale. 



222 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Gurrell James, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 

Guthrie Daniel, laborer, res 947 Willow 

Guthrie Flavius, painter W. D. Co. 

Guthuth Frank, hackman with Newland & Pumyea, res 462 

Seventh 
Gutz wilier Henry, saloon, 814 Broadway 



H 

Haar Heniy, groceries and liquors, NE cor Chester and 
Seventh 

Haberlin James, blacksmith with B. Kneale, res S s Forty- 
third nr Telegraph av 

Hackett Edward, master mariner, res Grand Central Hotel 

Hackett John, master mariner, res 229 Twelfth 

Hackett Patrick, laborer, res 810 Alice 

Hackett Walter C, first officer Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

Haddock & Parker (George W. Haddock and Edward W. 
Parker) watchmakers and jewelers, 1109 Broadway 

Haddock George W. (Haddock & Parker) 1109 Broadway 

Hagan John, hostler with D. M. Ayres, res NE cor Seven- 
teenth and San Pablo av 

Hageman Victor, res 1009 Tenth av 

Hager & Brownson (Charles Hager and Frederick Brownson) 
agents New American Sewing Machine, 963 Washington 

Hager Charles (Hager & Brownson) res 1054 Third 

Haggerty James, lather, res 521 Fourth 

Halm C, carpenter, res N s Fifth bet Webster and Harrison 

Hahn Henry, capitalist, res Seventh nr Canrpbell 

Halm William, butcher with C. Schneider, res S s Fourth 
bet Alice and Jackson 

Haines E. A., capitalist, res 277 Tenth 

Haines Erasmus W., insurance agent, SE cor Washington 
and Ninth, res 916 Filbert 

Haines F. K., solicitor Victor Sewing Machines, res 916 
Filbert 

Haines Frank E., freight clerk C. P. K. B. (S. F.) res 664 
Tenth 

Hale Henry H., clerk with M. C. Hawley & Co. (S. F.) res 
E s East 17th bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs 

Hale Lucie A., teacher Golden Gate Academy 

Hale K. H. Mrs., res S s East 17th bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth avs 

Hale W. E., stock broker (S. F.) res Knox pi 

Hale W. J., painter, res 756 Sixth 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 223 

Haley Daniel, res 1018 Third 

Haley James, shoemaker with W. A. Watts, res W s Chest- 
nut nr Thirty-fourth 
Haley James, stableman Fashion Stables, 860 Broadway 
Haley James F. Mrs., res 215 Ninth 
Haley Robert, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 
Haley Stephen, coachman, res 930 Adeline 
Halkey Leopold, gardener, res SE cor Brush and Second 
Hall & Morey (Alfred Hall and Henry H. B. Morey) N. Y. 

Artificial Stone Co., P. O. box 554 
Hall A., fireman C. P. R. R. 

Hall Alfred (Hall & Morey) res cor Webster and Third 
Hall Benjamin, stocks, res 969 Jefferson 
Hall D. K., painter with C. B. Rutherford, res Eleventh bet 

Webster and Harrison 
Hall Edward L., collector Home Mutual Insurance Co. (S. 

F.) res 602 East 14th 
Hall Edward M., (Hall & Charles, S. F.) res 1155 Jackson 
Hall Elizabeth Mrs., res S s Seventeenth bet Cypress and 

Center 
Hall Franklin, carpenter, res N s Thirty-fourth nr Market 
Hall Frank M., clerk with Grosso & May, res 161 Seventh 
Hall Frank T., painter, 833 Seventh, res 416 Thirteenth 
Hall Frank T. Mrs., dressmaker, res 416 Thirteenth 
Hall Fremont S., compositor with Dewey & Co. (S. F.) res 

161 Seventh 
Hall George, laborer W. D. Co., res 727 Chester 
Hall Hannah H., res N s Twenty-sixth nr Grove 
HAUL HENRY C, house and sign painter, 408 Tenth, res 

369 Eighth 
Hall Henry C, laborer W. D. Co., res N s Taylor nr Pine 
Hall I., carpenter, res 809 Wester 
Hall Isaac, carpenter, res 1709 Seventh 
Hall Jacob A., foreman W. D. Co., res 727 Chester 
Hall James, commission merchant (S. F.) res W s Chestnut 

nr Eighteenth 
Hall J. E., clerk with H. C. Taft & Co., res 1165 Broadway 
Hall John, laborer, res 368 First 
Hall Mary, domestic, NE cor Taylor and Willow 
Hall Olin F., stock broker, res Sunny side House 
Hall R. B., atty-at-law and private detective, 632 Market (S. 

F.) res 161 Seventh 
Hall Sether J . (Peck & Hall) res cor Bancroft way and Ells- 
worth, B. 
Hall Thomas W., dentist, 1004 Broadway, res 816 Brown 
Hall William, carpenter, res 842 Twenty-ninth 



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224 OAKLAND [ 2 ] DIRECTORY. 

HALL WILLIAM M., proprietor Charter Oak Hotel, 
Seventh bet Pine and Wood 

Hallahan Andrew, hairdresser, 834| Broadway, res 362 Tenth 

Hallahan Florence, merchant tailor, store and res 620 East 
12th 

Hallahan John, waiter Antelope Restaurant, res 858 Broad- 
way 

Hallahan John, wines and liquors, 821 Broadway, res 529 
Third 

Hallahan Margaret, domestic, W s Center bet Seventh and 
Eighth 

Hallahan M. J., painter, res 529 Third 

Hallenbeck George, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Hallenbeck George D., carpenter, res NW cor Wood and 
Willow 

Haller John, blacksmith with Henry Ollis, res 408 Fifth 

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 Pi., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Halley Andrew, stair builder, res 603 Third 

HALLEY WILLIAM, publisher, office NW cor Seventh 
and Washington, res SE cor Eighth and Alice 

Halloran Maurice, engineer C. P. R. Pi., res Central Pacific 
Railroad House 

Halloran Michael, laborer C. P. R., res Central Pacific 
Railroad House 

Halloran P., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Central Pacific 
Railroad House 

Hallowa}* Mary Miss, dressmaker with Emil Wells, Web- 
ster nr Sixth 

Hainan Richard, lamplighter Gaslight Co., res 1381 Ninth 

Halpen Dennis, laborer, res 812 Filbert 

Halpin Catherine, domestic, 669 Eighth 

Halsted James M., fancy goods and agent Demorest pat- 
terns, 1015 Broadway, res cor Fifteenth and Center 

Haltom E. J., laborer W. D. Co., res Taylor bet Pine and 
Cedar 

Halvorsen John, shipwright, res foot of Division 

Halverson John, carpenter, res NE cor Thirtieth and Union 

Haltz Charles, upholsterer, 525 Eighth, res Webster nr 
Fourth 

Ham J. Harris, widow, res S s East 16th bet Eleventh and 
12th avs 



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systematic coarse of business train i iroiuhly-in the English branches, in French, German, 
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useful course of instruction for b iys, yo u . n . : a . and rendering this school 

S'S© MODEL COLLEGE QF TEE PACIFIC, 

The aim of the scl ' is n • " me to For i ' rks and book-keepers, but also to impart such a 

broad culture as is now The mere face of being a commercial man 

should be a presumption that h : ino It is the design of this school — by its 

coinprehensive c nirsi of insti training in mercantile affairs and correct business 

habits -to render its hy their gentlemanly ways and good business principles, 
as well as noted for industry, pers 

The Business Course, 

This will include v. ■ : and double entry, comprising practical 

worV i'i l;.n, ,.i;:_ .1 Lnino 1 g, Brokerage etc.; Arithmetic, including 

abbrei ated form 1 commei it ca u b - ■ d accountants; Penmanship, with complete 

analysis and movement ■ con the different forms with rules for use of 
<M, il letters and \ >< lal \\ 1 m La 1- 1 lectu es on all the important topics; English 

lira hiding reading, grammar, com exercises, rhetoric, etc. ; French, German, and 

Spani 1 ; Drawing in its vario form linsiness Forms of. every variet} - : actual Practice in all kinds of 

bit . 1 - 'in'"; on 1 1 kei 1 ct - us political economy, and various topics 

calculati d to impart to the pu indu in business affairs, and reliability of 
character. 

The Flaw gf Instruotiom 

Includes hotli i Byi plan our pupils are advanced very rapidly, 

and greater progress is snown in 1 in one year. By our system the 

1 never retarded liy tho ■■■ 1 : y, and is never obliged to remain idle 
waiting for lieeded ins 

Theory ga^ Prgcticg 

Are com the other. Xo course of mere theory can be 

relied details and the practical workings 

of the 1 1 plan of operation the pupil is prepared to 

enteral ,., L>uring his course he is 
tli in, ii.'! . 1 ust.iuci From si Je entry, detecting errors in books, opening and 
closing boo 1 all 1 ii business statements and papers, 'writing up all 
the differ nt form r, tired Ijj the our novel system of actual business prac- 
tice ■ a ■■■ }.■•. '-. ■ most complete and practical plan of 
Instruct! iti ei 1 id into any school in the country — a fact which is amply proved by the business 
..Ues. 

Mste® cl Tuition, 

The rates of tui ion for the business course, as above, are as follows: 



Evening Sessions, 6 mos $45 

3 " 25 

" 1 mo 10 



Full Business Course, 6 mos $75 

3 " 50 

1 mo 20 

Pupils will be received for 1 action in any branch at reasonable rates. 

Hours o£ Instruction* 

Day sessions will contimie each week day, except Saturday, from 9 A. M. to 12 M. and from 1.30 to 4 p. M. 
Evening sessions will continue from 7 to 9 P. M., during eight months, extending from first of September to 
first of May the following year. 

Further Iniormstion,, 

Full particulars regarding the school and its workings may be had at the office of the College, 24 Post 
Street, or by addressing 

E. P. HEALD, President Business College, 

Q SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 








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msmess 



College, 




24 Post Street, near Kearny, 
san francisco. 

Designed to impart a thorough English Education, a complete Business Training, and practical 
instruction in Modern Languages, Drawing, Telegraphy, etc. 

The School-Room and Counting-Room 

Are united upon a plan that secures to the student all the praetical advantages of each. There is 

in operation a Banking House, with Checks, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Exchange, 

Certificates of Deposit, etc., fully illustrating the hanking business. „ 

The school-room is elegantly fitted up with 

Merchandising, Jobbing, and Importing Emporiums, 

Insurance and General Banking Offices, 

Commission and Forwarding Houses, 
Express and Post Offices. 

SOME OF THE SPECIAL ADVANTAGES OF THIS SCHOOL 

The attention given to gentlemanly manners and correct business habits, and the fact tbat its Business 
Training is not confined to Book-keeping, Penmanship and Arithmetic, but imparts such useful information 
as the times now demand for a high position in the mercantile community. 

The careful discipline which is maintained at all times in the school, and the requirement that every 
pupil shall be prompt and punctual in attendance, as well as energetic and business-like in all work, thus 
forming habits which are necessary to his future success. 

The employment of only first-class teachers in every Department, and in sufficient numbers to give 
personal attention to every pupil. 

Its complete Bystem of ACTUAL BUSI>TE.SS PRACTICE, by which pupils are fitted to enter the 
Counting-house directly from the School. 

The high standing of its graduates in the business community. 

The pains taken for securing positions for graduates in good business establishments. 

The admission of pupils of both sexes and of any age, thus rendering young boys more manly by the 
association with pupils of an older age. 

In having the largest and best ventilated and arranged school-rooms, and the largest yearly attendance 
of any Business Training School in America. 

The immediate notification of parents in case of absence of any pupil, and the pains taken to keep them 
informed of the progress and deportment of their sons. 

The fact that each pupil becomes an elegant business penman before graduating. 

Its Departments of Modern Languages and Drawing, in which pupils can receive instruction without 
extra charge. 

Its complete Department of Telegraphy, in which students are fitted to enter at once upon their duties 
as operators. 

Finally, it3 freedom from disadvantages of public schools in its exclusion of boys of a bad character ; 
the gentlemanly deportment required from all pupils ; in having no change of teachers ; in giving individual 
instruction, and the consequent rapid advancement of each pupil ; in the course of instruction being so 
arranged as to allow the student to enter at any time ; in having no vacations to compel the pupil to leave 
before finishing his course ; and in the honest endeavor of every teacher to promote the best interests of 
each pupil in the school. 

DEPARTMENT OF TELECRAPHY. 

This department is a complete institution of itself, and affords facilities for learning telegraphy practi- 
cally and thoroughly. Instruction in this branch is of very little avail unless special pains are taken to train 
pupils for operators from the beginning ; and a glance at our department will convince any one that we have 
the facilities for so doing. 

INSTRUCTION FOR LADIES. 

Ladies are admitted into all departments of the College on the same terms and conditions as young men. 
Their progress in all branches thus far has been most flattering. 

GENERAL INFORMATION. 

Pupils can enter the College at any time, and pursue their studies to graduation without interruption, if 
they see fit to do so. Pupils not sufficiently advanced for the Business Course can enter for instruction in 
the English Department. 

Modern Languages and Drawing are optional studies, and may be taken or not as the student rhay see 
fit ; but no extra chargo will be made for them when pursued. 

The discipline of the school is very careful, in order to impart such habits as shall conduce to the future 
success of graduates. 

Visitors will be always welcome at the College, as we are pleased to have the public inform itself of the 
merits of our school. 

For information on any point not fully understood, do not fail to call at the school, or to write to us. 

HEALD'S COLLEGE JOURNAL, 

Published monthly by the College and containing full particulars regarding the Course of Studies, Expenses, 
etc., also, a large amount of interesting general reading, maybe had free of charge, either at the College 
Office, 24 Post Street, or by addressing 




E. F. He ALL, President Business College, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALu 




J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ICE, 469 Ninth st. 



OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 225 

Ham William, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res W s Mag- 
nolia bet Second and Third 
Hamann August, butcher with Eice & White, res Eland 

House 
Hamb William J., laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Third 
Hambury James, teamster, res NE cor Filbert and First 
Hamby Andrew M., carpenter, res 833 Twenty-ninth 
Hamby Joseph, carpenter, res 833 Twenty-ninth 
Hamby Richard A., carpenter, r©g 833 Twenty-ninth 
Hamby William J. G., carpenter, res 833 Twenty-ninth 
Hamilton Ada Miss, principal Harrison Street School, res 

760 Eleventh 
Hamilton Di V. Miss, res Eighth nr Myrtle 
Hamilton Edward H., student University 
Hamilton Frank, gardener, res 912 Sixth av 
Hamilton Frank, machinehand W. D. Co., res 141 Minna, 

S. F. 
Hamilton George, tailor, 469 Seventh 
Hamilton Hiram M., student University 
Hamilton James W., freight clerk Oakland Wharf, res 876 

Wood 
Hamilton L. Rev., pastor Independent Presbyterian Church, 

res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton Mary L. Mrs., res Eighth nr Myrtle 
Hamilton N., atty-at-law, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton TV. H. H., carriage manufacturer, 1064 Thirteenth 

av, res cor Seventeenth av and East 16th 
Hamilton William T., res 828 Sixteenth 
Hamley Frederick, waiter with Jose' C. Rodrigues, res 687 

East 12th 
Hamlin TV. Lee, res S s Mariposa av nr Telegraph av, X. 

Temescal 
Hamman Minnie Mrs., seamstress, res 517 Fourth, rear 
Hammel Peter, carpenter, res E s Willow nr Eighth 
Hammer John F., clerk, res 1020 Chester 
Hammers D., harnessmaker, shop and res 623 East 12th 
Hammett Frank, teamster, res TV s San Pablo av nr Alca- 

traz av 
Hammett George W., teamster with John P. Lapham, res 

TV s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 
Hammon W. P. (Mallett & Hammon) res 4 James' Block 
Hammond A., shipwright W. D. Co. 
Hammond William D., machinist C. P. R. R., res S s Eighth 

bet Wood and Willow 
Hammond William H., student University, res Chi Phi 

House 



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226 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hampel Andrew, clerk with Henry Hampel, res 1120 Six- 
teenth av 

Hampel C. F., bakery, store and res 761 East 14th 

Hampel Conrad F., blacksmith with Henry F. Hampel, res 
Thirteenth av nr East 30th 

Hampel Henry, groceries and liquors, 775 East 12th, res 1120 
Sixteenth av 

Hampel Henry F., carriage manufacturer, N s Twelfth bet 
Franklin and Webster, res Thirteenth av nr East 30th 

Hampton John, nurseryman and florist, NE cor Telegraph 
av and Twenty-second 

Hanchette Harry J. (Baker & Hanchette) res 824 Lombard, 
S. F. 

Hand M. Emma Miss, teacher Durant School, res 1203 Castro 

Hand Patrick, laborer, res S s Blay pi nr Broadway 

Hand William H., lieutenant Revenue Service, res 1009 
Washington 

Handerkin William, laborer, res E s Second nr University 
av, W. B. 

Handlin Joel B., merchant, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
third 

Handy J. B., whitener, res 157 Sixth 

Hanenemy John, brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Haney Sarah Mrs., res Fourteenth bet Franklin and Broad- 
way 

Haney William, butcher with H. A. Zeiss 

HANIFIN JEREMIAH J., wines and liquors, NW cor 
Seventh and Broadway and 1173 Broodway, res 458 
Seventh 

Hanley George, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 

Hanley Peter, tanner with J. S. Derby, res Mansion House, 
E. O. 

Hanley William, harness, saddlery and carriage trimming, 
shop and res 1082 East 14th 

Hanlin Johanna, domestic, SE cor Fifteenth and West 

Hanlon Michael, shoemaker with D. O'Keefe, res 681 East 
12th 

Hanlon Peter, laborer with T. W. Corder, res Peabody's 
Landing 

Hanly Patrick, gardener, res 863 Campbell 

Hanly Patrick, shoemaker, res 761 Castro 

Hann Thomas, butcher, W s Shattuck nr University av, B. 

Hannaford Edward T., miller (S. F.) res S s Eighth bet Wil- 
low and Wood 

Hannah J. E. Mrs., lodgings, 476 Twelfth 

Hannah John, carpenter, res Eland House 



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ILUlTlUH I nUlLL great attractions to the public as a POPULAR RESORT. 



Gordon's wagons supply families in Oakland, Berkeley & Alameda. 



OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 



907 



HANNAN J. J., house and sign painter, 685 Thirteenth av, 
res East loth bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 

Hannan John, carpenter, res Sixth nr Pine 

Hannavan Philip, machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, res 
E s Myrtle nr Thirtieth 

Hannavan Thomas J., machine hand Oakland Planing Mill, 
res Washington nr Sixth 

Hannexberg — , agent, res 853 Harrison 

Hannigan John, boilermaker, res SW cor Twenty-second and 
Linden 

Hannigan Patrick, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

Hannon James J., blacksmith Oakland Paving Co., res SE 
cor Twenty-third and Telegraph av 

Hansa John, carpenter, res Tremont House 

Hanscom John O., commission merchant (S. .F.) res N s 
William bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

Hansen Albert, watchmaker and jeweler, store and res 620 
East 12th 

HANSEN ASMUS H., groceries, wines, liquors and crock- 
ery, 1751 Seventh 

Hansen Christian, shipwright W. D. Co., res S s Eighth bet 
Peralta and Campbell 

Hansen D., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Hansen H. E., boarding and lodgings, NE cor Grove and 
Third 

Hansen Henry, porter with Fred. W. Sieglitz, res Ninth bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Hansen Henry, stevedore P. M. S. S. Co. (S. F.) res 859 
Twenty-second 

Hansen Jeffersen, gardener Knox House 

Hansen John, laborer with Shakespeare & Walter, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Hansen Marv, domestic, N s Charter nr Telegraph av 

HANSON CLARENCE S. ; carpenter and builder, 1008 
Franklin, res N s Twenty-sixth nr San Pablo av 

Hanson Frederick, engineer D. and D. and B. Assylum 

Hanson Hannah, domestic, 267 Eighth 

Hanson Hans M., driver Broadway and Piedmont R. R. 

Hanson Thomas N., saloon, cor Vallejo and Davis (S. F.) 
res 821 Washington 

Hanush Joseph, harnessmaker with F. A. Marston, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 

Hanzo August, cook, res cor Cedar and Goss 

Happ Simon J., carpenter, res 463 Twenty -first 

Haquette Augustus E., bartender Grand Central Hotel 

Harcourt T. A., res 955 Jefferson 



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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS, 

Office. 224 Montgomery st., S. F., or Park St., Alameda. 



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g 228 OAKLAND [JJ] DIRECTORY. 

HARD & HOWE (R. B. Hard and M. M. Howe) livery 

stable, Eighth bet Broadway and Washington 
Hard Roswell B. (Hard & Howe) res 765 Fifth 
Harden Frank B., clerk with Edwards & DeWitt, res 718 

Filbert 
Harden John B., carpenter, res 718 Filbert 
Hardenberg Henry D., carpenter, res 664 Tenth 
Hardenberg James R., clerk P. O. (S. F.) res 1031 Seventh 

av 
Hardenburg William, res Winsor House 
Hardgraves Thomas, carpenter, res Humboldt Hotel 
Harding August, student University, res 416 Tenth 
Harding Augustus, res 416 Tenth 
Harding Frank, fruits and stationery, store and res 1808 

Seventh 
Hard wick Edward P., master mariner, res Ws San Pablo 

av nr D wight way, W. B. 
Hardwick M. Susie Miss, student University 
Hardwick Thomas, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Dwight 

way, W. B. 
Hardy & Yeager (Nathan O. Hardy and Jeremiah Yeager) 

fruit and confectionery, NW cor Broadway and Twelfth 
Hardy Charles, student Taylor's Business College, res 

Broadway nr Ninth 
Hardy Charles G., clerk withW.B. Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 
Hard}* D., res N s East 17th bet Seventh and Eighth avs 
Hardy Irene Miss, teacher High School, res 972 Chester 
Hardy Jacob, real estate, 408 California (S. F.) res 665 

Eleventh 
Hardy L. J., real estate, res 715 Market 
Hardy Nathan O. (Hardy & Yeager) res Stewart's Hotel 
Hardy Thomas, mining, res 768 Fifteenth 
HARDY WILLIAM B., books and stationery and agent 

Bishop's Oakland City Directory, 959 Broadway, res 

1383 Franklin 
Harfst H., carpenter, res N s William nr Bay 
HARINGTON DOUGLAS M., proprietor St. George's 

Brewery, S s Powell nr San Pablo 
Harjes Anna Miss, res 862 Chester 
Harjes H., widow, res 862 Chester 

Harker M. Rev., clergyman, res S s East 14th nr Thirty- 
third av, Fruit Vale 
Harley M. F., carpenter, res N s Third bet Castro and 

Brush 
Harley Milton F., printer, res N s Third bet Castro and 

Brush 



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OAKLAND [ 2] DIRECTORY. 229 

Harlow Albert, clerk with P. Baker, res 362 Fifth 

Harlow Robert, farmer, res cor Vernon and University avs 

Harlow William S., deputy county sheriff, res 963 Jefferson 

Harm stead J. B. Mrs., res E s Fourth ay bet East 15th and 

East 16th 
'Harmon A. K. P., mining (S. F.) res E s Webster nr 
Twenty-second 

Harmon Albert, salesman with H. Schellhaas, res Berkeley 

Harmon J. B., attv-at-law, res 1325 Jackson 

HARMON RICHARD E., wines and liquors, SE cor Fourth 
and Franklin, res 379 Fourth 

Harmon Boberdeau, student, res 1325 Jackson 

Harnett Alice Mrs., res 266 Eleventh 

Harney James, fruit (S. F.) res N s Forty -fiith nr Tele- 
graph av 

Harney William J., fruit (S. F.) res S s Forty-fifth nr Tele- 
graph av 

Harper Charles A., teamster with G. W. Spencer, res N s 
Eighth bet Center and Kirkham 

Harper Thomas (Whitney & Co.) res 354 Webster 

Harrel Alfred, res 59 Valley 

Harrell Jasper (GraysOn, Harrell & Co.) res Grand Central 
Hotel 

Harrier Lewis G., student University 

Harrington Charles F., painter, res 360 Seventh 

Harrington Michael, hostler with Newland & Pumyea, res 
462 Seventh 



W. B. HARDY, 

Dealer in 

Books and Stationery 



NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS, 

Gold Pens, Pocket Cutlery, Legal Blanks, etc., 
SCHOOL BOOKS, 

959 Broadway : : : Oakland, Cal. 



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OAKLAND [U] DIRECTORY. 



Harrington Phineas, res S s Twenty-eighth nr Market 

Harrington Timothy, laborer, res 755 Market 

Harrington W. C, physician, res SE cor Tenth av and 

East 17th 
HARRIS BROTHERS (Jacob and Joseph) clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 915 Broadway ' 
Harris Edward, clerk C. P. R. R., res 627 Filbert 
Harris Edwin (Pool & Harris, S. F.) res NW cor Sixth and 

Oak 
Harris Hemw, res 1268 Webster 

Harris I. H., porter C. P. R. ft., res W s Filbert nr Third 
Harris Jacob (Harris Brothers) res 567 Fifth 
Harris Jacob, pedlar, res 691 East 12th 
Harris J. Ham, assistant secretary University, res 224 

Ninth 
Harris J. Norman, clerk with Will H. Burrall, res 141 Sil- 
ver (S. F.) 
Harris John, carpenter C. P. R. R., res W s Bay nr Short 
Harris John, steward, res 970 Third 
Harris John A., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1072 Wood 
Harris Joseph (Harris Brothers) res 1205 Franklin 
Harris Joseph, longshoreman, res 825 Magnolia 
Harris Joseph, waiter Newland House Restaurant 
Harris L., res 615 Sixth 
Harris Mumford, whitener, res 320 Fourth 
Harris R. M., shoemaker with F. W. Stevenson, res Broad- 
way nr Seventeenth 
Harris Sabin, res SE cor Twelfth and Harrison 
Harris Samuel S., painter, res 323 Eleventh 
Harris William, res 827 Chester 
Harris William L. Mrs., res 549 Charter 
HARRISON C. H, Mare Island pilot, res SE cor Center and 

Seventh 
Harrison D., laborer, res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Harrison Elizabeth, widow, res W s University av nr Hudson 
Harrison George W., res Twentieth av nr East 24th 
Harrison Henry E., res SE cor Sixteenth av and East 16th 
Harrison John H., res Old Telegraph road one-fourth mile 

north of Four-mile House 
Harrison Joseph, porter C. P. R. R., res 736 Linden 
Harrison L. L., engineer C. P. R. R., res Goss bet William 

and Wood 
Harrison P. G., clerk with Miller, Grinnell & Co., res 962 

Clay 
Harrison R. J. (Richards & Harrison, S. F.) res 616 Third 
Harrison Sarah, domestic, 779 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 231 

Harrison S. V. Mrs., res Old Telegraph road one-fourth 
mile north of Four-mile House 

Harrison Street School, Ada Hamilton principal, NE cor 
Harrison and Sixth 

Harrison S. N., carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res W s Shat- 
tuck nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Harrison Thomas G., clerk, res 962 Clay 

Harrison W. A,, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res W s Shat- 
tuck nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Harrison William, butcher, res NW cor Shattuck and For- 
ty-fifth 

Harrison William P., printer (S. F.) res SE cor Seventh av 
and East 11th 

Harrod Joseph, porter C. P. R. Ft., res 311 Third 

Harrub W. B., res N s East 14th nr Fruit Yale av 

Hart A., blacksmith, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Hart George, broker, res Grand Central Hotel 

Hart Henry W., clerk, res 806 Willow 

Hart H. W. Mrs., assistant teacher German English School, 
res 806 Willow 

Hart James, farmer, res S s Weston nr Telegraph av 

Hart James, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 1001 Franklin 

Hart John, janitor South Hall, University 

Hart J. P., deputy Oakland Township Assessor, res NE cor 
Ninth and Washington 

Hart L. A., blacksmith, res SW cor William and Pine 

Hart Margaret E. Miss, res E s Telegraph av bet Edwards 
and Plymouth av 

Hart Richard, res SW cor Twelfth av and East 17th 

Hart Thomas, laborer, res 416 Seventh 

Hart — , marble yard, cor West and Twenty-sixth. (Infor- 
mation refused.) 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO., T. L. Walker 
agent, 1004 Broadway 

Hartley Jane, domestic, 664 Twelfth 

Hartman G. Mrs., res 719 Linden 

Hartman Henry, foreman shipwright W. D. Co., res NE cor 
Lewis and Fifth 

Hartman John, calker C. P. R. R., res 1864 Seventh 

Hartman William, res 753 Willow 

Hartnett Maurice, laborer, res 409 Seventh 

Harty Morris, laborer, res 822 Twenty-first 

Harve}' William, farmer, res SE cor Campbell and Lin- 
coln 

Harwood Amos, bootmaker with Charles A. Broad, res 1115 
Tenth av 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 



Harwood William, wharfinger Oakland City Wharf, res 272 
Fourth 

Harwood William D., journalist, res 272 Fourth 

Haskell & Smilie (Randolph K. Haskell and Robert Smilie) 
contractors and builders, 813 Castro 

Haskell O. P., driver with William Helmer, res 1112 Broad- 
way 

Haskell Randolph K. (Haskell & Smilie) res 813 Castro 

Haskell Samuel, carpenter and builder, res Brooklyn Hotel 

HASKIN ENOCH W., ticket agent C. P. R, R., and mana- 
ger Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Co., Broadway sta- 
tion, res Wilcox House 

Haskins Charles, painter, res 662 Tenth 

HASKINS J. N., principal Golden Gate Academy, N s 
Hawthorne, bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Haskins Mary A., matron Golden Gate Academy 

Haslett Lizzie Miss, res El Dorado House 

Hassell James J., bookkeeper, res 56 Seventh 

Hassellmann Charles, artist with Murry Dunham, res Win- 
sor House 

Hassinger Samuel K., carpenter and builder, res 611 Sev- 
enteenth 

Hast Edward S., with Bank of California, (S. F.) res S s 
East 16th bet Fourth and Fifth aves 

Haste J. H. (Haste & Kirk, S. F.) res !N s D wight way nr 
Shattuck 

Hastings Joseph, fireman C. P. R. R., res Thirteenth av 
bet East 14th and East 15th 

Haswell F. B., secretary The Central Land Co, 954 Broad- 
way, res N s Brown bet Telegraph av and Grove 

Hatch A. D., commission (S. F.) res 857 Myrtle 

Hatch Alfred, expressman with I. C. Wingate, res 701 
Washington 

Hatch Charles E., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 857 Myrtle 

Hatch Edward, carpenter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 

Hatch Emma F. Miss, res 857 Myrtle 

Hatch Fred. A., ticket agent C. P. R. R., res 857 Myrtle 

Hatch Jabez, bookkeeper with E. Hook, res 166 Tenth 

Hatch K. C, gardener with W. E. Miller 

Hatch Lucy H. Miss, school teacher (S. F.) res 857 Myrtle 

Hatch Minnie L. Hiss, res 857 Myrtle 

Hathaway John D., broker (S. F.) res SE cor Vernon and 
Maple, Temescal 

HaultJ. W., bricklayer, res Eureka Hotel 

HAUSCHILDT HENRY, boots and shoes, 1057 Broadway 

Hausmann Pauline, widow, res 879 Twenty-second 



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OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 233 

Haustrauser John, carpenter, res 8 s Twenty-second nr 
Linden 

Havarlin James, blacksmith with B. Kneale, res S s Forty- 
third nr Telegraph av 

Haven James M. (Gray & Haven, S. F.) atty-at-law, res N s 
East 33d nr Fifteenth av, Lynn 

Havens Albert W., secretary Con. Virginia Mining Co. (S. 
F.) res 1217 Castro 

Havens CD., res Grand Central Hotel 

Havens Charles D., insurance (S. F.) res N s Eighth bet 
Adeline and Linden 

Havens Fred., student, res Ns Eighth bet Adeline and Lin- 
den 

Havens Henry H. (J. F. & H. H. Havens) atty-at-law, 1069 
Broadway, res 1057 Washington 

Havens Henry B., 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 

Haverkorn Antone, cigar manufacturer, res 379 Fourth 

Havey James, laborer, res 832 Twenty-ninth 

Hawes B. C, insurance, 317 California (S. F.) res 1119 Jef- 
ferson 

Hawes George H., salesman Manhattan Marble Co., res 763 
Eighth 

Hawes George H., clerk, res 763 Eighth 

Hawes Jacob, fruit, store and res 685 East 12th 

Hawes Madison, res NW cor Twentieth av and East 14th 

Hawes Oliver, insurance, 323 California (S. F.) res 1119 Jef- 
ferson 

Hawkett Arthur W., mining, res E s Wood nr Eighth 

Hawkett William G., general merchandise, 1766 Seventh, res 
Wood nr Eighth 

Hawkins C. F., broker, res East 14th nr Twenty-second av 

Hawkins Charles B., tailor with Edward Francoz, res 831 
Franklin 

Hawkins E. E., blindmaker Grove-st. Planing Mill 

Hawkins Edward, laborer, res 519 Second 

Hawkins Leander L., instructor mathematics and surveying, 
University 

Hawkins L. Stephen, butcher, res 810 Park 

Hawkins Thomas, blacksmith (S. F.) res W s Willow nr 
Thirteenth 

Hawkins Walter L., real estate, res S s Goss nr Pine 

Hawkins — , brakeman C. P. B. B. 

Hawley Calvin H., carpenter W. D. Co., res 1669 Seward 



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Hawley C. J., grocer (S. F.) res 1118 Seventh av 

Hawley Clara Miss, teacher Grove-st. School, res 754 Tenth 

Hawley Eugene W., student University 

Hawley Jacob C. (Falk, Chandler & Co. and Harrington & 

Co., S. F.) res Knox pi 
Hawley Levi H., hardware (S. F.) res NE cor Telegraph 

and Hawthorne avs 
Hawley Mary A. Miss, student University 
Hawson Samuel, salesman with Geo. M. Wood & Co. (S. F.) 

res NW cor Twelfth and West 
Hawthorn Joseph, moulder, res 1308 Seventh 
Hay Lee, laundry, 815 East 12th 

Hay den Edward, mustard manufacturer, res NW cor Harri- 
son and Sixth 
Hayden James, laborer C. P. K. E., res 732 Filbert 
Hayes A. Mrs., ladies' employment office, 460 Twelfth, res 

E s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Hayes, Carrick & Co. (Henry Hayes, D. S. Carrick and F. 

Hostetter) wholesale butchers, office 655 East 12th 
Hayes Charles D., jeweler (S. F.) res cor Brooklyn and Wat- 
son 
Hayes Daniel, proprietor Mechanics' Home, S s William bet 

Pine and Cedar- 
Hayes D. E., foundry (S. F.) res 923 Linden 
Hayes Frederick, watchmaker California Watch Co., res SW 

cor University av and Sixth, W. B. 
Hayes Henry (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) 655 East 12th 
Hayes John, clerk with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res E s Broad- 
way nr Twentieth 
Hayes John, marblecutter, res 1510 Third 
Hayes John B., gardener, res 1520 Broadway 
Hayes John H., res East 22d nr Twenty-sixth av 
Hayes John W., salesman with Charles L. Taylor, res Ala- 
meda 
Hayes Matthew, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res 

Grand Central Hotel 
Hayes Michael, '"groceries, store and res SW cor Market and 

Fifth 
HAYES PATRICK, wines and liquors, SE cor Broadway 

Fourth 
Hayes Thomas, carpenter and builder, res 568 Sixteenth 
Hayes Thomas Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, res 568 Sixteenth 
Hayes Thomas B. (Main & Winchester, S. F.) res SW cor 

Market and Twelfth 
Hayn Richard, musician, res 761 Grove 
Haynes Benj., real estate, res SW cor Sixth av and East 20th 



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OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 235 

Haynes M. B., civil engineer with Thompson & West, res 1313 

Broadway 
Haynes William, miner, res NW cor San Pablo av and Del- 
aware, W. B. 
Haynes O. Mrs., res 590 Brown 

Haynes Willis P. (W. P. Haynes & Co.) 1106 Broadway 

HAYNES W. P. & CO. (William P. Haynes and H. B. 

McCormick) Oakland House and Room Renting Agency, 

1106 Broadway 

Hays Edwin B., carpenter, res S s Eighteenth nr Cypress 

Hays Wade, res 515 Tenth H 

Hay ward O. E., fruits, res N s William bet Bay and Cedar — 

HAYWOOD ROBERT E., boarding, 1069 Fourteenth av g 

Hazelton Edward A., tinner with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Evoy Jjj 

av and Lusk ^ 

Head Anna Miss, student University © 

Head Edward F., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 210 Seventh g 

Head Eliza C Mrs., principal French and English School, 

1109 Twelfth, res 210 Seventh 
Head John H., civil engineer, res 765 Jackson 
Headrick E. C, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Heal Jacob, tailor, res 1010 Third 
Heald Allen, res 1120 Ninth av 

Healey James, laborer, res W s Myrtle bet First and Third 
Healing James, painter W. D. Co., res N s Third nr Lewis 
HEALTH OFFICE, L. H. Gary health officer, George H. 

Carleton inspector, City Hall 
Healy David J., law student with Van Voorhies & Brearty, 

res 252 Twelfth 
Healy F., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Healy Jesse, manufacturer paint, res 718 Seventh 
Healy John H., manufacturer paint, res 718 Seventh 
Healy Morris J., merchant tailor, 1056 Broadway, res 262 

Twelfth 
Healy Patrick, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 
Heath Daniel L., artist, res E s Cedar bet Goss and Short 
Heath F. F. Mrs., dressmaker, W s Eighth nr University 

av, W. B. 
Heath Frank F. (Wright & Heath) res W s Eighth nr Uni- 
versity av, W. B. 
Heath Frank W., clerk, res 514 Tenth 
Heath Georgia B. Mrs., res 514 Tenth 
Heath James, res SW cor Thirteenth and Willow 
Heath James A., ship chandler (S. F.) res 812 Fifteenth 
Heaton W. G., res 1225 Webster 



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Hebard H. A., deputy collector Internal Revenue (S. F.) 

res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Hebberd Asa W., carpenter, res Treraont House 
Hebberd A. W. Mrs., dress and cloakmaker, Tremont 

House, room 14 
Heckert Henry, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S s Seward bet 

Peralta and Campbell 
Heckman Francis, shoemaker with I. Alexander, res 855 

Harrison 
Heckman Richard J., res 612J East 12th 
Heckman Thomas, butcher, 309 East 12th 
Heddle Mary, widow, boarding and lodging, 503 Ninth 
Hedges Charles H., res Grand Central Hotel 
Hediger Samuel, bartender Teutonia Hall, res 416 Eighth 
Hedrech John F., brewer Oakland Brewery 
Hee Lee (Chinese) laundry, E s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

Creek 
Heenan Dennis, laborer, res 1054 Franklin 
Heeney Michael, farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Baxter 

Station 
Heffron Katie, domestic, 1019 Filbert 
Hefty Matthias, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 806 

Franklin 
Heidet Emil N., clerk with B. V. Reichenberg, res SE cor 

Ninth and Clay 
Heimbold Julius F., contractor, res 1411 Franklin 
Heims Adeline Miss, nurse, 513 Tenth 
Hein George, cigar manufacturer, 319 Seventh 
Heine Adolph, candy manufacturer, cor Eighth and Ches- 
ter 
Heinemann Oscar, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Heinon Fannie, nurse, Blake House 
Heinze August, upholsterer, res 707 Broadway 
Heir Henry, baker with Emil "Wolff, 1836 Seventh 
Helcher Emily Mrs., housekeeper, S s Tenth bet Cypress 

and Center 
HELD & NELLER (Justus Held and Leopold Neller) 

wines, liquors, cigars and billiards, 1226 Broadway 
Held Ernest, barber and baths, Grand Central Hotel, res 

1577 Broadway 
Held George, barber, res 459 Twenty-second 
Held George, res Fifteenth bet Broadway and Franklin 
Held Justus (Held & Neller) res 1666 Telegraph av 
Helleker Peter, laborer, res 812 East 12th 
Hellerman C. H., tailor with John Carter, res 317 Eleventh 
Helme — Mrs., res Blake House 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIHECTORY. 237 

HELMER WILLIAM, undertaker and Count}' Coroner, 
1112 Broadway, res 410 Thirteenth 

Helnike & Brunje (Conrad Helmke and John A. Brunje) 
gr/oceries and liquors, NW cor Twenty-first and Broad- 
way 

Helmke Conrad (Helmke & Brunje) res 463 Twenty-first 

Helms Lewis G., waiter, res 715 Fourth 

Hemphill Charles F., lather, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Charlotte Miss, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Ion, carpenter, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Lewis, lather, res 759 Sixth 

Hemphill Uriah, baker, res 759 Sixth 

Hempstead James E., paper decorator, 765 Jackson 

HEMPSTEAD W. C. F., Homeopathist, 1004 Broadway, 
res 765 Jackson 

Henchman Charles, res 612J East 12th 

Henderson David M., clerk with Sather & Co. (S. F.) res 
N s Walton nr West 

Henderson D. D., carriage painter (S. F.) res 1662 Eighth 

Henderson H. L., teacher Golden Gate Academy 

Henderson John H., student University 

Henderson L., carpenter, res cor Twenty-first av and East 
33d 

Henderson M. F., carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Henderson P. H., carpenter W. D. Co. 

Henderson Thomas H., secretary Benton Coal Co., res 767 
Alice 

Henderson T. N., patternmaker W. D. Co., res S s Twenty- 
fifth bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Henderson William H , laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Henderson — , laborer, res Overland House . 

Hendley Martin, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 836 Franklin 

Hendry Robert Mrs., res cor Washington and Tenth 

Hendry TV atson, clerk, res SW cor Washington and Tenth 

Heney Timothy, laborer, res 772 Fifth 

HENKEN J. P., wines and liquors, saloon and res SE cor 
East 14th and Eighteenth av 

Henley Alexander, sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 365 
Second 

Henley John, salesman with Mellis Bros., res Grove bet 
Ninth and Tenth 

Henley William, physician, res 365 Second 

Henley William Mrs., res cor Forty-ninth and Telegraph av, 
Temescal 

Henley W. N., speculator, res SW cor Seventh and Har- 
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238 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Henlon John, baker, res 656 Myrtle 

Hennell Abbie M., widow, res 955 Fifth av 

Hennessey William, carpenter W. D. Co., res Seventh nr 

the point 
Hennessy John, laborer, res cor Fifth and Filbert 
Hennessy John, res NW cor Cedar and Seventh 
Hennessy Morris, currier (S. F.) res F s Goss bet Pine and 

Cedar 
Hennig Frederick, gardener with J. Hutchison, res cor 

Bay pi and Telegraph av 
Hennigan Annie, domestic with William De Fremery 
Henning A., laborer, res Overland House 
Henning John, blacksmith, res 708 Franklin 
Henning John B., carpenter, res N s Willow nr Lincoln 
Henninger Frederick, shoemaker, 1309 San Pablo av 
HENNINGER JOHN, proprietor Grand Western Hotel 

restaurant, 1756 Seventh 
Hennings Martin, clerk C. P. R. P., res Campbell and 

Fourteenth 
Henrich Antone, clerk with Muller & Steffanoni, res 923 

Broadway 
Henon William, bricklayer, res 819 Twenty-second 
Henrioulle Louis, millhand (S. F.) res cor Liberty and 

Clifton, N. Temescal 
HENRY ASHMUN C, President Union National Gold 

Bank, res W s Harrison bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Henry George S., money broker, 907 Broadway, res W s 

Harrison nr Fourteenth 
Henry Harry, waiter Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Henry James M., res N s East 10th bet Eighth and Ninth avs 
Henry L. Mrs., res 476 Twelfth 

Henry Michael, laborer C. P. R. R.. res Oakland Wharf 
Henseler Annie, widow, laundress Contra Costa Laundry, 

res cor Logan and Market 
Henseler Josie, nurse, SW cor Eighth and Wood 
Henseler Lizzie, with Contra Costa Laundry 
Henseler Louisa, nurse, SW cor Grove and Walton 
Hensey Samnel, engineer C. P. R. R., res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Henshaw E. T., bookkeeper with Taylor & Co., res 941 

Myrtle 
Henshaw Frederick W., student University, res 941 Myrtle 
Henshaw Sarah E., res 941 Myrtle 
Henton Griffith, carpenter, res E s Telegraph av nr Weston 

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Heppner Philip, cigars and tobacco, 831 Broadway 



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J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 239 

Herbst August, carpenter, res 667 Fifth 

Herd John, commission merchant (S. F.) res NE cor Mer- 
rimac pi and Telegraph av 

Herget Emil W., carpenter, res 821 Seventeenth 

Herget Harry, stableman Fashion Livery Stable 

Hering Lenhardt, blacksmith with J. Gownanlock, res 708 
Franklin 

Herlihy Daniel, horseshoer with T. D. Weymouth, res 360 
Ninth 

Herlihy Kate, domestic, NE cor Eighteenth and Filbert 

Herman John, harnessmaker with James Lentell, res Golden 
Star Hotel 

Hernias R., teacher music, res 1273 San Pablo av 

Hernon Lettie, chambermaid Knox House 

Hern William, res 410 Tenth 

HERON & SESSIONS (E. A. Heron and George W. Ses- 
sions) real estate agents, 422 Twelfth 

Heron E. A. (Heron & Sessions) res 1104 Broadway 

Heron Kate, nurse, SW cor Chappell and University av, B. 

Herr Edward, driver Fashion Livery Stables 

Herreher Mary, widow, res 1319 Twelfth 

Herrick A. H. clerk, res 1551 Seventh 

Herrick E. M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res E s Elm nr Haw- 
thorn av 

Herrick S. W. with U. S. Mint (S. F.) res E s Wood nr 
Willow 

Herrick William F., accountant Commercial Insurance Co. 
(S. F.) res 1021 Twelfth 

Herriott George, engineer C. P. R. R., res 1027 Chester 

Hersey Anna Mrs., res 473 Fourth 

Hersey C. S' machinist, res 915 Seventh^ 

Hersey Edgar A. (Ives Scoville & Co.) res 473 Fourth 

Hershberg Leon (Leon Hershberg & Co.) res cor Eighth 
and Washington 

HERSHBERG LEON & CO. (Leon Hershberg and I. D. 
Ryttenberg) wines and liquors, NW cor Eighth and 
Washington 

Hertz Leon, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Hervagault Mrs., res NE cor Ninth and Peralta 

Heryford James, tinner with J. C. Bullock, res Goss bet 
Pine and Cedar 

Hess Mary Mrs., dressmaker, res 1827 Seventh, rear 

Hess William F., salesman, res 473 Eleventh 

Hesse Frederick G., professor Industrial Mechanics' Uni- 
versity, res 801 Jackson 

Hessler Lewis, hostler, res Oakland Trotting Park 



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Hesthal August, bartender Globe Billiard Parlor, res SE 

cor Ninth and Washington 
Hetherington J. W., carpenter, res 1669 Seward 
Heverin Patrick, laborer, res 862 Twentj'-first 
Hewes Charles, traveling agent, res SW cor Grove and Thir- 
tieth 
Hewett E. W., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 856 Henry 
Hewett Mira S. Miss, teacher Temescal School, res W s 

Filbert nr Twenty-eighth 
Hewett Moses D., res 1014 Webster 
Hewitt — , carpenter, res Oakland House 
Hews Robert, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
HEYER & SMITH '(H. Heyer and J. Smith)' wines and 

liquors, 842 Broadway 
Heyer B. W. real estate, res N s Taylor nr Peralta 
Hever Carl, gardener, cor Eighth and Jefferson 
Heyer H. (Heyer & Smith) 1059 Franklin 
Heyman P. (A. Biedenweg & Co.) res 521 Fourth 
Heywood Charles W., teamster with Z. B. Heywood & Co., 

res NW cor Fourth and Delaware, W. B. 
Heywood Franklin (Z. B. Heywood & Co.) res NW cor 

Fourth and Delaware, W. B. 
Heywood Samuel, foreman with Z. B. Heywood & Co., res 

E s Second bet Delaware and Bristol, W. B. 
Hevwood Walter M., clerk with Z. B. Heywood & Co., res 

N s Delaware bet Third and Fourth, W. B. 
Hevwood William B. (Z. B. Hevwood & Co.) res NE cor 

* Bristol and Fifth, W. B. 
Hevwood Z. B. (Z. B. Heywood & Co.) res 1519 Polk,S. F. 
HEYWOOD Z. B. & CO.'(Z. B., William B. and Franklin 

Heywood) wholesale and retail lumber, W s Second 

bet Bristol and Delaware, W. B. 
Hezlep A. A., widow, res 40o East 14th 
Hi Ung, laundry (Chinese) SW cor Castro and Fifth 
Hi Wah (Chinese) laundry, 718 Myrtle 
Hibberd P. S., foreman stair department Oakland Planing 

Mill, res 609 Fourth 
Hibernia Hall, SE cor Fourth and Broadwav 
HICKEY & PAUL (Lawrence F. Hickey and John H. Paul) 

carpet beating, S s Thirteenth bet Franklin and Webster 
Hickey Andrew, laborer, res NE cor Fifth and Jackson 
Hickey John, laborer C. P. B. R. 
Hickey John, teamster Oakland Lumber Yard, res N s Spring 

nr San Pablo av 
Hickey Lawrence F. (Hickey & Paul) res NE cor Fifth and 

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Hickey Patrick, watchman C. P. R. R., res E s Fifth av bet 

East 15th and East 16th 
Hickey Patrick F., carpenter, res 770 Fifth 
Hickey Thomas, plasterer, res St. Louis House 
Hickish Joseph, shoemaker, res 353 Sixth 
Hickman Isaac, blacksmith C. P. R. R. 
Hicks Gallatine F. student University 
Hickson Edward, res S s Eighteenth nr West 
Hicox John H., freight clerk Oakland Wharf, res cor 

and Turk, S. F. 
Higby William, atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1303 Chestnut 
Higgins Annie, domestic, NE cor Telegraph av and Cleve- 
land 
Higgins Annie N., housekeeper, NE cor Telegraph av and 

Linden 
Higgins Bernard, milkman, res 823 Sixteenth 
Higgins Bridget, widow, res 1001 Franklin 
Higgins Dennis, laborer, res 870 Lydia 
HIGGINS JAMES, proprietor Railroad Exchange Hotel, N 

s University av bet Second and Third, W. B. 
Higgins James F., clerk with James S. Higgins, res W s San 

Pablo av nr Delaware, W. B. 
Higgins James S., grocer and postmaster West Berkeley, 
office and res SW cor Delaware and San Pablo av, W. B. 
Higgins John, carpenter, res N s Ettie nr B 
Higgins Michael, farmer, cor Higgins road and San Pablo av, 

W. B. 
Higgins Roger, laborer, C. P. R. R., res W s Willow bet 

William and Atlantic 
Higgins Sarah, domestic, NE cor Harrison and Eighth 
Higgs Henry, carpenter, res 660 Myrtle 
High William H., mining superintendent, res Ss Thirteenth 

nr Castro 
High William H. jr., bookkeeper (S. F.) res S s Thirteenth 

nr Castro 
Hildreth Geo. W., conductor C. P. R. R., res 574 East 14th 
Hilgard Eugene W., professor Agriculture University, res 

S s Bancroft way nr Audubon, B. 
Hilkert John P., foreman W. D. Co., res 909 Washington 
Hill Abel, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Hill Alfred, expressman with I. C. Wingate, res 701 Wash- 



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Hill Andrew P., artist, 475 Ninth, res Myrtle bet Ninth and 

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Hill Arthur B., clerk Golden Gate Flour Mills, res W s 

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Hill Charles B., steward, res 715 Fourth 

Hill Henry B., carpenter, res NE corner Eleventh and Center 

Hill James T., superintendent Union Island, res 162 Second 

Hill J. H., carpenter, res 269 Second 

Hill Joel F., clerk with Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 306 Tenth 

Hill John, carpenter, res NW cor Twenty-eighth and Market 

Hill John, marble cutter Amador Marble Works, res 162 

Second 
Hill John W., porter C. P. R. R., res 909 Fifth 
Hill Mark T., boot and shoemaker, 716 Broadway, res 162 

Second 
Hill P., cook, res 217 Sixth 
Hill Samuel, blacksmith, res 162 Second 
Hill Stephen, boot and shoemaker with M. T. Hill, res 162 

Second 
Hill Thomas, blacksmith, C. P. K. K., res 162 Second 
Hill Thomas, groceries and liquors, store and res NW cor 

East 14th and Nineteenth av 
Hill William, res W s Adeline nr Twenty-sixth 
Hill William H., carpenter, res 1559 Seventh 
Hillam James, plasterer, res S s Fifteenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham 
Hillebrand Henry, res 1511 Broadway 

Hillegass Marie Mrs., res N s Bancroft way nr Humboldt, B. 
Hillegass William (Shattuck & Hillegass) res N s Bancroft 

way nr Humboldt, B. 
Hillier Theodore, blacksmith C. P. R. R., res Cedar nr 

Seventh 
Hilling Henry, paperhanger and decorator with Charles L. 

Taylor, res 376 Durant 
Hills J. F., expressman, res 306 Tenth 
Hilton D. R. Mrs., dressmaker, 366 Eighth 
Hilton M. A. Miss, dressmaker, Centennial Block 
Hilton Stephen, school teacher, res East 22d nr Thirteenth av 
Himmelreich Jacob, dyer with Edward Francoz, res 210 

Washington, S. F. 
Hincheon John, sawyer Enterprise Mill, res 555 Broadway 
Hinckley D. B., foundry, res Fruit Vale av 
Hinckley N. N., carpenter, res E s Magnolia nr Seventh 
Hindman E., res Grand Central Hotel 
Hinds Firman D., bookkeeper with Burnham, Standeford & 

Co., res NW cor Castro and Sixth 
Hines John, laborer res SW cor B and Ettie 
Hines Michael, laborer, res 515 East 14th 
Hines Thomas, laborer with James Larue, res Mansion House 
Hinkley John L., engineer, res cor B and Railroad crossing 



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Hinkley N. N., carpenter W. D. Co. 

Hinrichs & Conway (Charles Hinrichs and George Conway) 
groceries and provisions, W s Kirkham bet Tenth and 
Eleventh 

Hinrichs Charles (Hinrichs & Conway) res W s Kirkham 
bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Hinz Carl, toolmaker (S. F.) res 1358 Eighth 

Hirshbanm — , cigars, res 477 Eighth 

HIRSHBERG & GREENBAUM (Samuel Hirshberg and 
Lewis Greenbaum) clothing and furnishing goods, 875 
Broadway 

Hirshberg & Morrison (Leopold Hirshberg and Parker M. 
Morrison) boots and shoes, 110H Broadway 

Hirshberg David S. (Farwell & Hirshberg) res 414 Four- 
teenth 

Hirshberg Leopold (Hirshberg & Morrison) res 1101 J 
Broadway 

Hirshberg Samuel (Hirshberg & Greenbaum) res 414 Four- 
teenth 

Hitchcock Charles N., engineer University, res E s Shat- 
tuck nr D wight way, B. 

Hitchcock Chester, res Webster nr Moss av 

Hitchcock Harry E., contractor and builder, res 1355 Frank- 
lin 

HITCHCOCK W. F., insurance agent, 958 Broadway, res 
Alameda 

Hitchcock William B., woodturner Oakland Point Planing 
Mill, res Overland House 

Hoag Albert B., windmills (S. F.) res W s Campbell nr Sew- 
ard 

Hoag Charles P., Eclipse Wind Mill (S. F.) res W s Camp- 
bell nr Seward 

Hoag Don, expressman, res 510 Fourth 

Hoag Frank C, machinist, res 510 Fourth 

Hoag Jonathan, res 987 Campbell 

Hoag Joseph W. Mrs., res 510 Fourth 

Hoare Maurice, pedlar, res 365 Tenth 

Hobart John A., real estate, res S s Hobart nr San Pablo av 

Hobart Joseph B., groceries and produce, store and res 628 
East 12th 

Hobart John R., res E s Fifth av bet East 15th and East 16th 

Hobbs Clarence L., clerk with Royal I. Auld, res NE cor 
Seventh and Webster 

Hobbs L. M., plasterer, res 1355 Franklin 

Hobson George, driver Broadway and Piedmont R. R., res 
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Hobson Marie E., res S s Sixteenth bet Cypress and Center 
Hobby Julia, assistant with Edward Francoz, res E s Frank- 
lin nr Sixth 
Hochkofler Budolph, commission merchant (S. F.) res NE 

cor Alice and Durant 
Hodes August, barber with Classon & Trost, res cor Sev- 
enth and Franklin 
Hodgdon Hartwell, expressman with Steere & Colby, res 

SE cor Thirteenth av and East 12th 
Hodgdon John, res 1109 Tenth av 

Hodges George, millwright (S. F.) res S s Lincoln nr Wood 
Hodgin Frank, switchman C. P. R. R., res 869 Campbell 
Hodgkiss George, mining, res N s West 8th bet Adeline and 

Union 
Hoebner Charles, mining, res 802 Grove 
Hoeck Jacob, student University 
Hoenisch Alexander, upholsterer with F. Barker, res 470 

Eighth 
Hofeld Edward, teacher music, res 1511 Broadway 
Hoffman Louis, driver Felton Hose Cart, res 466 Sixth 
Hoffmann John D., instructor drawing University, res Pago- 
da Hill 

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Lancashire Insurance Co. 

CAPITAL, - - MANCHESTER, ENGLAND. - - $10,000,000 

German American Insurance Co. 

CASH CAPITAL, $1,000,000; - NEW YORK. - - ASSETS, $3,300,000 

Faneuil Hall Insurance Co. 

CASH CAPITAL, $500,000; - BOSTON, MASS. - - ASSETS, $750,000 

Citizens Insurance Co. 

CASH CAPITAL, $300,000; - ST. LOUIS, MO. - - ASSETS, $430,000 



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Hoffmann Theodore C. (T. C. Hoffman & Co., S. F.) res N 

s University ay, nr Shattuck, B. 
Hoffsclmeider William (Jos. Winterburn & Co., S. F.) res 

cor Putnam and Fruit Vale county road 
Hoiling Fred , jeweler (S. F.) res S s Seward bet Wood and 

Willow 
Hogan Edward, gardener, res N s W r illiam nr San Pablo av 
Hogan Edward W., clerk W. F. & Co's express, res 221 

Second 
Hogan James R-, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 416 Fourth 
Hogan James T., milk dairy, N s Frederick nr San Pablo av 
Hogan Michael, shoemaker, res E s Union nr Thirty-second 
Hogan Patrick, blacksmith, res 562 Fourth 
Hogan Thomas, res N s Taylor nr Pine 
Hogan Thomas G., merchant (S. F.) res 1133 Filbert 
Hogarty James D., bootmaker with John Baker, res Eagle 

House 
HOGARTY JOSEPH B., livery and sale stable and veterin- 

• ary surgeon, 1068 Thirteenth av 
Holbrook H. P., res Webster nr Moss av 
Holbrook Stephen G., lumberman, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Fort} r -second 
Holcomb Charles N., carriages (S. F.) res cor Brush and 

Eighth 
Holcomb H. A. Mrs., res S s Locust nr Telegraph av 
Holcomb Myron T., clerk with D. J. Outram, res SW cor 

Jefferson and Seventeenth 
Holcomb W. A., res Blake House 
Holcomb W. B., lumber, cor Market and Spear (S. F.) res 

114 Eleventh 
Holden John, res Webster nr First 
HOLDEN JOHN H. (Belhumeur & Holden) and proprietor 

National Brewery Depot, SE cor Broadway and Eighth, 

res 374 Tenth 
Holdstrand N., tinsmith with J. G. Anderson 
Holdsworth Bennett, carpenter C. P. K. R., res N s Locust 

nr Valley 
Holiday John M., glove manufacturer, res 415 East 12th 
Holladay Peter, pilot, r. NE cor Seventh and Harrison 
Hollahan James, res N s Third bet Castro and Brush 
Holland A. F., porter C. P. R. R., res 662 Fifth 
Holland Daniel D. (Holland & Ruppell, S. F.) res 574 Six- 
teenth 
HOLLAND DENNIS, saloon, hand-ball alley and racket 

court, 918 Franklin 
Holland Elizabeth Mrs., res 1302 Webster 



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"og Holland Henry A. , clerk with Peter Baker, res 267 Sixth 

Holland James, laborer, res 812 Brush 

Holland John, laborer, res 764 Brush 
© Holland John C, plasterer, res 267 Sixth 

Holland Margaret, widow, res Curtis bet Twenty-first 
and Twenty-second 

Holland Orlando S., city agent Alameda Branch Home Mu- 
ks tual Insurance Co., res E s Telegraph av bet Locust 

and Elm 

Hollenbeck George W., laborer, res W s Willow bet Wil- 
liam and Seventh 
U Holliday Peter, first officer Oakland Ferries 
B Holligan Michael, hostler with G. F. M. Glover 

Hollinsead Sarah H. Mrs., res 917 Kirkham 

Hollister Charles E., student University 

Hollister George H., carpenter with Power & Ough, res 
S NW cor East 11th and Eighth av 

Hollister George W., physician and surgeon, office and res 
947 Campbell 

Hollister H. F. Mrs., res 1112 Alice 

Hollister John H., student University, res Sunnyside House 

Hollister Philo H., clerk, res Union Hotel 
z Hollmann Claus, res NW cor Castro and Fifth 

Hollywood Andrew, laborer U. S. Appraiser's store (S. F.) 
res N s Twelfth bet Willow and Campbell 

Hollywood Joseph J., inspector customs (S. F.) res West 
Oakland House 
"eg Holman & Co. (C. F. Holman and W. A. Spalding) cabinet 
makers, N s Twelfth bet Franklin and Webster 

Holman Charles, painter, res NE cor Third and Franklin 

Holman Claus F. (Holman & Co.) res Tenth nr Washing- 
ton 

Holman Edward, plumber with John Spencer, res Alameda 

Holman Frederick S., clerk, res 711 Webster 

Holman George, driver with Whitney & Co., res Alameda 

Holman Henry, clerk with N. Rosenberg, res E s Seventh 
bet Bay and Encinal Station, Alameda 

Holmes C. A., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Holmes Charles, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Holmes Gross C, res E s Eleventh av bet East 15th and 
East 16th 

Holmes I. L, res 616 Eighth 

Holmes Jennie Miss, res 616 Eighth 

Holmes John E., carpenter and joiner, res 626 East 12th 

Holmes John E. jr., gents' furnishing goods and news depot, 
store and res 626 East 12th 



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Holmes M. B. Mrs., teacher music, res N s Jones nr Tele- 
graph av 
Holmes Walter G., atty-at-law (S. P.) res 616 Eighth 
Holmes — , printer, res NE cor Fifteenth and Cypress 
Holt A. G., laborer, res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Holt Charles H. (Holt Bros., S. F.) res The Centennial 
Holt George D., mechanical engineer, res W s Campbell bet 

William and Seventh 
Holtslander Ernest, machinist, res W s Center nr Tenth 
Holtslander John J., machinist, res W s Center nr Tenth 
Holtz Charles, clerk with Lyon & Kinsey, res 710 Webster 
Holtz Charles, upholsterer with Christ Schreiber, res 710 

Webster 
Homan Charles E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1163 Brush 
Homan Charles H., painter, res NE cor Third and Franklin 
Homan M. S., fancy goods, 1059 Broadway, res Brush 

nr Fourteenth 
HOME INSURANCE CO. (of New York) Roger S. Day 

agent, 422 Twelfth 
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO., Alameda County 
Branch (fire, S. F.) R. H. Magill manager, H. A. Craig 
secretary, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 
HOME OAKLAND LADIES RELIEF SOCIETY, S s 

Linden bet Broadway and Telegraph av 
Home Mutual Insurance Co. (of Cal.) Wagner & Co. agents, 

Masonic Hall building 
Home School for Young Ladies, Miss H.N. Field principal, 

523-529 Hobart 
Home Security Building and Loan Association, O. H. Burn- 
ham president, A. D. Thomson secretary, 954 Broad- 
way 
Honer Joseph, shoemaker with L. Flint, res S s Seventh 

bet Wood and W T illow 
Hood G. J., res 1053 Thirteenth av 
Hooe Daniel B., carpenter and builder, res 710 Twelfth 
Hooe Headly S., clerk with Lippmann & Salinger, res 710 

Tenth 
Hoogs W. W\, clerk with E. Johnson, res Fourteenth nr 

Broadway 
HOOK ELIJAH, furniture and carpets, 1114-1120 Broadway, 

res SW cor Tenth and Madison 
Hook Henry, salesman with E. Hook, res 222 Eleventh 
Hook Joseph, millright, res W r s Sixth av bet East 17th and 

East 18th 
Hook Perley, salesman with E. Hook, res SW cor Tenth and 
Madison 



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248 OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 



Hooley Cornelius, painter, S s Fifteenth nr Clay, and fore- 
man Engine Co. No. 1, res Stewart's Hotel 

Hooley John, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Hooper Charles, res Knox House 

Hoopes Thomas C, contractor, res N s Forty -third nr Tele- 
graph av 

Hop Lee (Chinese) laundry, 418 Ninth 

Hopkins C. T., president California Insurance Co., res 
Knox pi 

Hopkins George, clerk with E. H. Hyde, res Seventh nr 
Adeline 

Hopkins George W., secretary Melrose Smelting and Refin- 
ing Co. (Melrose) res 1211 Clay 

Hopkins H. St. George, physician, office Nicholl Block, 
rooms 31-32, res 271 Fourth 

Hopkins Michael, plasterer, res 972 Third 

Hopkins Thomas, shoemaker, res 759 Castro , 

Hopkins Thomas F., mining secretary, res 1156 Broadway 

Hopkins William, student Taylor's Business College, res 
1011 Clay 

Hopkins William E., captain U. S. N., res NE cor Broadway 
and Orchard 

Hopkins William E. jr., student University, res NE cor 
Broadway and Orchard 

Hoppe John C, merchant (S. F.) res 1424 Eighth 

Hoppe Reinhold, cutler (S. F.) res W s Hollis nr Peralta 

Hopper Thomas W., carpenter, res Pearson nr Taylor 

Hopwood Frank, blacksmith Contra Costa Water Co. 

Horace Henry, carriage trimmer, res 952 Third 

Horace — , laborer with Corlies & Merritt 

Horan Margaret, widow, res 705 Fifth 

Horan William H., driver Contra Costa Laundry, res 705 
Fifth 

Hord S. A. Mrs., res 1013 Sixth av 

Hormish George B., res 728 Eleventh 

Horn John V., laborer, res SW cor Forty -sixth and Shat- 
tuck 

Horn — , millwright Oakland City Flouring Mill 

Hornblower A. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, Masonic Hall 
Building 

Hornn Frederick M., gardener, res 834 Sixteenth 

Hornung Gustav, druggist, res 561 Sixteenth 

Horr M. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 516 Ninth 

Horswill David J., res NW cor Eighth av and East 17th 

Horton George W., engineer Northern R. R., res N s Goss 
nr Cedar 



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OAKLAND [U] DIRECTORV. 249 

Horton Richard, groceries and provisions, S s Seventh nr 
Market, res 667 Sixth 

HOSEA BROTHER, director St. Joseph's Academy, cor 
Fifth and Madison 

Hoskins Edward, res 769 Jefferson 

HOSKINS WILLIAM, notary public, commissioner deeds 
for all the States and Territories, and agent Commercial 
Fire Insurance Co., 909 Broadway, res Eland House 

Hosmer James, carpenter, res 860 Harrison 

Hostetter Frank (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res SW cor Thir- 
teenth av and East loth 

Hostrawser John F., carpenter, res Twenty-second nr Market 

Hotte Zotique, carriagemaker with F. Sicotte, res Eighth nr 
Willow 

Houde Peter, laborer C. P. E. E. 

Hough Clark A. Eev., res SW cor Elm and Edwards 

Hough James F., bookkeeper with Weaver & Taylor (S. F.) 
res NW cor East 14th and Third av 

Hough Joseph Z., carpenter, res 522 Eighth 

Hougham H. D., furnished rooms, res 458 Fifth 

Houghton Frederick T., res NE cor Lincoln and Willow 

Houghton George, expressman, res E s Evoy av bet Tele- 
graph av and Grove 

Houghton J. F., president Home Mutual Insurance Co. 
(S. F.) res NE cor Lake and Jackson 

Houghton S. C, short-hand reporter, res 316 Tenth 

Hove D. B. (Price & Hove) res 710 Tenth 

Hove H. S., salesman with Lippmann k Salinger, res 710 
Tenth 

Hovev S. S. Mrs., res NW cor Eleventh av and East 18th 

HOW & DOOLITTLE (John E. How and Henry Doolittle) 
house and sign painters, NE cor Ninth and Broadway 

How John E. (How & Doolittle) res 311 Seventh 

Howard Asa, res 615 East 14th 

Howard Benjamin F., machinist Ice Factory, res 308 Seventh 

Howard Charles Webb, president Spring Valley Waterworks 
Co. (S. F.) res 1206 Alice 

Howard Cyrus, laborer with Levi Stevens 

Howard George, clerk (S. F.) res 950 Wood 

Howard George W. (Strauter & Howard) res 821 Twenty- 
second 

Howard J. H. & Co. (John H. Howard and Thomas E. Poul- 
terer) stoves, tinware, gasfitting and plumbing, E s Thir- 
teenth av bet East 11th and East 12th 

Howard John, carpenter, res 1003 Webster 

Howard John H. (J. H. Howard & Co.) res 527 East 14th 



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250 OAKLAND [H] DIRECTORY. 

Howard John R., physician, res 976 Chester 

Howatt Thomas, laborer, res 727 Chester 

Howe D. G. Mrs., res 1304 Franklin 

Howe Edwin W., millwright Oakland City Flouring Mill, res 

Short nr Cedar 
Howe Henry P., commission merchant (S. F.) res Lincoln 

bet Wood and Pine 
Howe Joshua P., carpenter, res Short nr Cedar 
Howe M. M. (Hard & Howe) res SW cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington 
Howe Montgomery, secretary and superintendent Broadway 

and Piedmont R. R., res Webster extension nr Moss av 
Howe Samuel, farmer, res Webster extension nr Moss av 
Howe Samuel, millwright Oakland City Flour Mill, res Short 

nr Cedar 
Howe Sewing Machine Agency, M. Davis, 472 Eighth 
Howell Eugene W., student University 
Howell Harry W., boots and shoes, 1506 Seventh 
Howell Hugh M., proprietor Terminus Hotel, NE cor Shat- 

tuck and University av, and saloon, SE cor Shattuck 

and University av, B. 
Howell James, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Howell Joseph, stationery (S. F.) res 566 East 11th 
Howell Matthias D., mining, res 1317 Alice 
Howell M. L., bartender with Hugh M. Howell, res NE cor 

Shattuck and University av, B. 
Howell S. S., res N s East 16th bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs 
Howely Kate, domestic, E s Adeline bet Fourteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Howland William H., mining superintendent, res N s Dur- 

ant nr Franklin 
Howlett Martin, deckhand steamer Capital 
Howlett William, proprietor Louisiana House, 420 First 
Hoyt John, clerk Custom House brokers' office (S. F.) res 

1005 Peralta 
Hoyt M. L. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res cor 

Myrtle and Fifth 
Hoyt N. B., inspector customs (S. F.) res 1005 Peralta 
Hoyt Samuel, salesman with Jacob Letter, res Twelfth nr 

Franklin 
Hoyt Walter, with Higgins & Co. (S. F.) res N s Taylor nr 

Willow 
Hubbard Adolphus S., bookkeeper Eagle Warehouse, 819 

Filbert 
Hubbard Frederick, machinist, res cor Tenth and Adeline 
Hubbard J. B., res Capital Hotel 



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OAKLAND [JJ] DIRECTORY. 251 

Hubbard P., carver W. D. Co., res SW cor Seventh and Pine 

Hubbard Warren, machinist C. P. R. R., res N s Tenth bet 
Adeline and Magnolia 

Hubbey Julia Miss, res 856 Franklin 

Huddock G. W., jeweler, res Eureka Hotel 

Hudoff Charles D., clerk with H. Turn Suden & Co., res 
NW cor Fourteenth av and East 12th 

Hudson A. M. Mrs., res 1254 Franklin 

Hudson George H., student University 

Hudson J., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Hudson Maggie, waitress The Centennial 

Hudson Matthew, salesman with Samuel Caro, res SE cor 
Ninth and Washington 

Huestis Charles W., res East 25th bet Twenty-second and 
. Twenty-third avs 

Huff Lucien B., farmer, res 474 East 14th 

Huff William, res 474 East 14th 

Hufschmidt Henry, plumber (S. F.) res 1721 Seward 

Hufschmidt Louis, plumber (S.F.) res E s Wood nr Seward 

Huggins William, engineer Oakland Ferry, res 1121 Mont- 
gomery (S. F. 

Hughes Andrew, carpenter, res 1756 Seventh 

Hughes David, freight clerk C. P. R. R., res East 25th 
nr Eighth av 

Hughes David F., mining, res N s Eighth bet Adeline and 
Union 

Hughes Edward C, res N s Eleventh nr Center 

Hughes Enoch, groceries N s B. nr Hollis 

Hughes George, student University, res Palace Club 

Hughes Hugh, grain broker (S. F.) res Tubbs' Hotel 

Hughes Ign. , clerk with Frank Buckley jr. , res Bartlett House 

Hughes James, laborer W. D. Co. 

Hughes James G., res 1215 Adeline 

Hughes John, laborer, res S s Hudson nr Telegraph av 

Hughes John, plumber Avith J. J. O'Shea, res 1718 San Pa- 
blo av 

Hughes Margaret, domestic, NE cor Ninth and Peralta 

Hughes Martin, plasterer, res NE cor Thirteenth av and 
East 14th 

Hughes Patrick, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 814 Grove 

Hughes Robert, accountant, res 1133 Myrtle 

Hughes T. J., res 515 East 11th 

Hughes William, captain Oakland Ferry, res 1914 Steven- 
son (S. F.) 

Hughes W. F., wood and coal, SE cor Seventh and Wood, 
res S. F. 



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252 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hughes William A., wines and liquors (S. F.) E s Eighth nr 

Willow 
Hughes William B. Mrs., res N s Eighth bet Grove and 

Castro 
Hughes William D., laborer with Power <k Ough, res SE 

cor East 17th and Fourth av 
Huguenin Edward, capitalist, res 967 Jefferson 
Hulsapple J., brakeman 0. P. B. R. 

Humbert E. Mrs., res N s Twenty-sixth nr San Pablo av 
HUMBOLDT PARK HOTEL, H. C. Babcock proprietor, 

E s Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek 
Hume G. W., res Webster bet Matthew and John 
Hume — , Mrs., res Blake House 
Humiston Win., carpenter, res 472 East 11th 
Hummeltenberg William, res XE cor Franklin and First 
Humphrey Morton, clerk with Will H. Burrall, res 403 East 

14th 
Hung Lee (Chinese) laundry, E s Wood nr Lincoln 
Hung Wah (Chinese) laundry, SW cor Clay and Eighth 
Hunnewell George, carpenter, res East 23d nr Twelfth av 
Hunt Charles A., merchant, res Eureka Hotel 
Hunt Clarence M., bookkeeper with Z. B. Heywood & Co., 

res W s Fourth bet Bristol and Delaware, W. B. 
Hunt Edward, res S s Plymouth av nr Telegraph av 
Hunt Edward, carpenter, res E s Eighth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Hunt Emily G., Mrs., teacher Prescott Primary School, res 

cor Seventh and Washington 
Hunt George H., engineer C. P. P. E., res Nicholl House 
Hunt Hannah, widow, res 912 Third 
Hunt Harry O. (Day, Hunt & Son, S. F.) res Webster nr 

Gaskill 
Hunt Herbert, parcelman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res Eu- 
reka House 
Hunt Jonathan (Day, Hunt & Son, S. F.) res Webster nr 

Gaskill 
Hunt Joseph, res XW cor Twenty -first av and East 24th 
Hunt M. E. Mrs., teacher, res St. James House 
Hunt Milan, manager City Hall Livery Stable, res NE cor 

Fourteenth and Clay 
Hunt Eobert H. H., inventor, res NW cor Fourth and Del- 
aware, W. B. 
Hunt Samuel O. (Day, Hunt &: Son, S. F.) res Webster nr 

Gaskill 
Hunt Waiter, carpenter, res NW cor Twenty-first av and 

East 24th 



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Hunt William, res Webster nr Gaskill 
Hunter Thomas, milk dairy, res 764 Lydia 
Huntington George H., carpenter, res E s Linden nr Thir- 
tieth 
Huntington Uriel, capitalist, res NE cor Wood and Eighth 
Huntley Dwight B., res W s Webster bet Fourteenth and 

Sixteenth 
Huntley Porter C, res 1259 Webster 
Hupp May B., Miss., res 856 Adeline 

Hurd Frank, freight clerk Oakland Wharf, res 534 Sycamore 
Hurd M. S.j adjuster claims C. P. Pi. B., res 53-4 Sycamore 
Hurd William H., saloon keeper, res 1015 Eighth 
Hurley Daniel, blacksmith, res 360 Ninth 
Hurley James, lather, res 370 Seventh ^ 

Hurley James J., butcher, res Durant bet Franklin and J£ 

Webster £T 

Hurley Maggie Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res I* 

1826 Pacific av (S. F.) X 

Hurler Walter, printer, res 462 Twelfth X 

HURLL WILLIAM T., groceries and liquors, SW cor C* 

Second and Broadway — 

Hurney John F. with Buckingham and Hecht (S. F.)resN s 

Eleventh bet Kirkham and Cypress 
Husing Henry, res 1000 Peralta 
Huson Thomas B., wharfinger (S. F.) res SW cor Chester 

and Eighth 
Hussey John, laborer C. P. E. E., res Bay bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
Hussey William H., clerk Custom House (S. F.) res S s 

Watlon nr Grove 
Husson Charles, clerk with J. Marquis 
Husted F. M., atty-at-law, res 114 Eleventh 
Huston Eobert G., groceries, and proprietor The Home, cor 

University Grounds and Choate, B. 
Hutchings Daniel F., res 463 East 11th 
Hutching E. A. Mrs., widow, res 328 Second 
Hutchins G. H., receiving teller London and San Francisco 

Bank (S. F.) res Adams nr Lee 
Hutchinson A., millwright Oakland City Planing Mill, res 

S. F. 
Hutchinson Charles C, merchant, res W s Campbell nr 

Lincoln f* 

Hutchinson Charles J., clerk with W. D. Conard, res SW ^ 

cor East 12th and Thirteenth av 
Hutchinson George O., merchant, res W s Campbell nr 

Lincoln 



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254 OAKLAND ] DIRECTORY. 

Hutchinson Hiram, res 1715 Lincoln 

Hutchinson Jane Miss, res N s Seventeenth nr West 

Hutchinson John J., student University 

Hutchinson Joseph, student University, res S s Bancroft 
way nr Choate, B. 

Hutchinson T. K., salesman (S. F.) res 936 Filbert 

HUTCHISON JAMES, seedsman and florist, SE cor Wash- 
ington and Fourteenth, and proprietor Bay Nursery, 
NE cor Telegraph av and Bay pi, res NE cor Telegraph 
av and Bay pi 

Huttleston George, shoemaker, res N s Taylor nr Pine 

Hutton E. L., butcher, SE cor Fourth and Webster, res 716 
Webster 

HYDE E. H., crockery and fancy goods, 1167 Broadway, 
res 1207 Broadway 

Hyde Isaac, res 604 Eighth 

Hyde Lawrence, clerk with M. Brink, res 458 Twelfth 

Hyde Maggie, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 

Hyde Thomas J., school teacher, res 458 Twelfth 

Hyde T. J., Mrs., dyeing, glove cleaning, stamping and 
fancy goods, 458 Twelfth 

Hyde W. B., civil engineer, res 162 Third 

Hyman Isaac, pedlar, res 309 Second 

Hyman Richard., res Berkeley House, W. B. 



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I' Anson Miles, res S s Twentieth nr Market 

Ikert Rose Miss, retoucher, res Blake House 

Her John, teamster, res Brooklyn Dining Booms 

Illidge George J., clerk D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Use William A., assayer, res 677 Sixth 

Imfeld Ignatz, brewer Brooklyn Brewery 

IMPERIAL, INSURANCE CO. (fire of London) T. L. 

Walker, agent, 1004 Broadway 
Incapie B., boots and shoes, 410 Ninth 
Independent Presbyterian Church, SE cor Thirteenth and 

Jefferson 
Ingalls N. B., speculator, res 222 Ninth 
Ingalls W. H., porter Commissary Department U.S.A., 

res 222 Ninth 
INGERSOLL WILLIAM B., photographer, gallery and 

res SW cor Twelfth and Broadway 
Ingerson Charles A., carpenter, res 518 Sixth 
Inglis Marshall M., mining, res 573 Sixteenth 



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OAKLAND [ I ] DIRECTORY. 255 

lngols James E., clerk (S. F.) res 604 Fourteenth. 

Ingram A. J., clerk with Wm, Helmer, res 1112 Broadway 

Ingram Henry, proprietor Oakland Straw "Works, 468 Ninth, 
res cor Oak and Alameda av, Alameda 

Ingram Henry, general merchandise, SW cor Fortieth and 
Telegraph av 

Innes John C, quartermaster's office (S. F.) res SE cor 
Market and Tenth 

Inwall Benjamin J., barkeeper with E. F. Thayer, res 816 
Harrison 

Inwall Harry, bartender with J. J. Hanifin, res 309 Eighth 

Inwall J. H., bookkeeper, res 319 Eighth 

Ipsen John P. H., carpenter with Burnham, Standeford & 
Co., res Winsor House 

Ipsen Peter J., Librarian Odd Fellows' Library, res SW 
cor Fourteenth and Peralta 

Ireland James, clerk, res N s East 25th nr Twenty-first av 

Ireland Maggie L., domestic with A. P. Bray ton 

Irish Addie Miss, teacher music, res 1817 Goss 

Irish E. W. Miss, teacher music, res 1113 Broadway 

Irish S. L., carpenter W. D. Co., res 1817 Goss 

Irish Spencer K., machine hand Oakland Mill, res 661 
Washington 

Ironmonger C. J., cook, 858 Broadway, res 364 First 

Irons — , carpenter, res Alhambra House 

Irvin A. M., bricklayer, res 804 East 12th 

Iivin Thomas W., millwright, res Eland House 

Irvin William, miner, res 271 Eighth 

Irvine John, gardener, res 410 Tenth 

Irvine Robert, res 410 Tenth 

Irving Grammar School, J. B. McChesney, principal, cor 
Market and Twelfth 

Irving Samuel, student University, res 671 Sixth 

Irving William K., clerk with A. L. Bancroft & Co., (S. F.) 
res 671 Sixth 

Irwin Benoni, artist, res SW cor Seventh av and East 19th 

Irwin Charles, coachman with George C. Potter 

IRWIN HARRY F., proprietor bar, steamer Oakland, res 
NE cor Brush and Twelfth 

Irwin Michael, hostler Oakland R. B. Co., res S s Forty- 
sixth nr Telegraph av 

Irwin Stuart, gardener, res 820 Twenty-second 

Isaacs Frank, draughtsman (S. F.) res 1762 Goss 

Isaacs J. D., draughtsman W. D. Co. 

Isaacson Andrew, carpet layer with C. L. Taylor, res Web- 
ster nr Third 



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256 OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 

Isaacson Christian, carpet layer with C. L. Taylor, 1060 

Broadway 
Ivy Cottage, N s University av opposite Chapel, B. 



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Jabobus J. F., wheelwright, res 856 Harrison 

Jacinto Joseph, laborer, res E s Eighteenth av bet East 14th 

and East 15th 
JACKSON & NICHOLL (K. F. Jackson and John H. Ni- 

choll) proprietors Nicholl House and Restaurant, NE 

cor Ninth and Washington 
Jackson A. M., watchmaker Cal. Watch Co., res Park House, 

W. B. 
Jackson Archibald, whitener and paperhanger, res E s San 

Pablo av nr San Pablo station 
Jackson A. Wendell, instructor in Mineralogy, University 
Jackson B. C, capitalist, res Fifteenth nr Jackson 
Jackson Charles, tailor with T. Lancaster, res 418 Fifth 
Jackson Charles G., with tax collector (S. F.) res NE cor 

Seward and Willow 
Jackson George W., carpenter, res Es Harlan, Watt's Tract 
Jackson George W., teacher music, res 729 Eleventh 
Jackson Giles A., carpenter, res 955 Fifth 
Jackson John, laborer C. P. It. It., res 724 Willow 
Jackson It. F. (Jackson & Nicholl) res Nicholl House 
Jackson Robert, carpenter, res Magnolia nr Thirty-sixth 
Jackson Thomas F., clerk, res 954 Webster 
Jackson — , res 655 Madison 

Jacob William, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res W s Tele- 
graph av nr Forty-fifth 
Jacobs A., salesman with A. Lippmann, res Nicholl House 
Jacobs Edmund, clerk with Z. B. Hey wood & Co., res N s 

Delaware bet Fourth and Fifth, W. B. 
Jacobs James, with Grove-st Planing Mill, res Third bet 

Jefferson and Grove 
JACOBS JOHN J., boots and shoes, retail and custom, 1622 

San Pablo av 
Jacobs Louis, waiter Nicholl House Restaurant 
Jacobs R., pipemaker, res Logan bet Telegraph av and Grove 
Jacobson Andrew, farmer, res N s Dwight way nr Ellsworth 
Jacobson Jacob, gardener, N s Dwight way nr Shattuck, B. 
Jacobson John, waiter with Campbell & Spiars, res 1054 
Broadway 



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J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ICE, 469 Ninth st. 



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Jacobson John H., master mariner, res 1003 Webster 

Jacobson Peter, laborer D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Jacobus C. T., res S s Eighth nr Adeline 

Jacoby John, laborer, res S s Logan nr Grove 

Jacoby Robert, pipemaker, res S s Logan bet Telegraph av 

and Grove 
Jacquenot Xavier, fruit and vegetables, S s East 14th bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs 
Jaffa Myer E., student University 
Jaffe Louis (Freeman & Jaffe) res S s Charter bet Telegraph 

and San Pablo avs 
Jagelsl)., bookkeeper with Washington Brewery, res NE 

cor Broadway and Sixth 
JAHN & SCHOLL (H. Jahn and C. F. Scholl) hardware, gun 

and locksmiths, SW cor Washington and Tenth 
Jahn Henry (Jahn & Scholl) res SW cor Washington and 

Tenth 
James Benjamin, butcher, res Eastern Hotel 
James' Block, N s Seventh bet Wood and Pine 
James Charles F., painter, res 517 Ninth 
James Edward A., professor music, res NW cor Willow and 

Twelfth 



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258 OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 

James Ellen Mrs., ladies nurse, res 403 East 14th 

James George, rigger W. D. Co., res Seventh nr Point 

James Isaac E., mining engineer, res 320 Fourteenth 

James J. A., brakeinan C. P. R. R., res N s Goss bet Wood 
and Pine 

James Joseph (N. Rosenberg & Co.) SW cor Broadway and 
Eleventh 

James Joshua, carpenter, res 1806 Grove 

James Mary E., res 163 Second 

James Samuel, master mariner, res Grand Western Hotel 

Jameson — , res Blake House 

Jancovich George, coffee saloon (S. F.) res Pine bet Goss 
and Division 

Janes Eugene T., student University 

Janin Louis, mining engineer, res 1355 Webster 

Janis Francis, laborer, res S s East 17th bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth avs 

Janis Frank, upholsterer with F. Barker, res S s East 17th 
bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs 

Jans Obbe, wines, liquors and cigars, 459 Seventh, res 1014 
Chester 

Jansen Louis, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 

Jansen Henrietta, widow, res N s Spring nr Adeline 

Janssen Ernst, salesman, res 515 Eighth 

Jantzen Herman F., student University 

Janvrin George M. sawyer Oakland Planing Mill, res 1940 
Filbert 

Jaquay D. W., engineer, res 4 Sixteenth 

Jacuay Louisa Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 4 Sixteenth 

Jarvis William, butcher, junction Webster and Broadway 

Jaycox & Cary (David L. Jaycox and Clarence A. Gary) pro- 
prietors Eureka Photograph Gallery, NW cor Fifteenth 
and San Pablo av 

Jaycox David L. (Jaycox & Cary) res N s Isabella nr West 

Jayne A. H., police judge, City Hall, res 617 Thirteenth 

Jee Arthur W., res 544 East 11th 

Jeffers William H., res E s Brush bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Jefferson M. S., conductor C. P. R. R. 

Jeffery John, carrier Call and foreman cabinet shop D. and 
D. and B. Asjduin, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
fourth 

Jeffery M. A. C. Miss, res 838 Market 

Jegstrup Anna, chambermaid, NE cor Seventh and Center 

Jencks Jared H., architect and builder, 1922 San Pablo av 

Jenkins Charles, conductor C. P. R. R. 

Jenkins Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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Jenkins F. E., mechanic, res 603 Third 

Jenkins Francis J., gardener, res SE cor Peralta and Thirty- 
fourth 

Jenkins Fred., band sawyer Oakland Planing Mill, res Third 
bet Jefferson and Grove 

Jenkins Henry, driver with A. Charles, N s Western av nr 
Broadway 

Jenkins T. F., real estate (S. F.) res SW cor Tenth and 
Washington 

Jenkins William F., carpenter, res 921 Webster 

Jenkins W. H., sawyer Grove-st Planing Mill 

Jenks Charles C, real estate, res NW cor Sixteenth and 
West 

Jenks Frank A., coal broker (S. F.) resE s Wood bet Lin- 
coln and Seward 

Jenner Charles J., painter with C. B. Rutherford, res Capi- 
ital Hotel 

Jenning Godhold, merchant tailor, S s Seventh bet Wood 
and Willow, res SE cor Sixteenth and Kirkham 

Jennings David A., mining secretary (S. F.) res NW cor 
Humboldt av and D wight way, B. 

Jennings Sarah B., res NE cor Sixteenth and West 

Jennings Thomas, carpenter, res Eland House 

Jennings — , res 411 Ninth 

Jensen Charles, cook Nicholl House restaurant 

Jensen Kate Mrs., dressmaker, res S s Goss nr Pine 

Jerrett Daniel, res 629 Fourteenth 

Jess William, carpenter with Cameron & McDonald, res 
East 23d bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 

Jessen Katrina, domestic, 942 Linden 

Jester Dexter T., coachsmith with M. W. Allen, res 359 
Tenth 

Jewell George D., res 1350 Franklin 

Jewett Jarvis, collector, res N s Fifteenth nr Center 

Jewett Susan N. Miss, teacher High School, res 1350 Frank- 
lin 

Jillson Charles B., mining, res 513 Delger 

Jim Hop (Chinese) laundry, 408 Eighth 

Jinkens William, gardener with H. H. Watson, N s Twenty- 
sixth nr Broadway 

John G. Harry, painter and contractor, cor Pine and Sev- 
enth, res Star House 

Johns Frank W., stocks (S. F.) res 692 Sycamore 

Johns Thomas C, stocks (S. F.) res 692 Sycamore 

Johnsen Lawrence, cook with L. Milloslovich, res Cosmo- 
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260 OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 

JOHNSON & FOWLER (John S. Johnson and Frank L. 
Fowler) wood and coal, 808 Eighth 

Johnson Adelia Miss, dressmaker, SW cor Tenth and Wash- 
ington 

Johnson A. F., wines and liquors, saloon and res SE cor 
First and Webster 

Johnson Albert S., compositor Evening Democrat, res 
Franklin House 

Johnson Alice Miss, res S s Eighth bet Wood and Willow 

Johnson Amos, driver with Purington & Reed, res Thir- 
teenth av bet East 11th and East 12th 

Johnson Andrew, lather, res Fifteenth bet Kirkham and 
Center 

Johnson Andrew B., carpenter, res E s Adeline bet First 
and Third 

Johnson August, fisherman, res N s East 14th bet First and 
Second avs 

Johnson C, porter C. P. R. R., res Third bet Brush and 
Castro 

Johnson Charles, laborer, Oakland Paving Co., res 700 
Twenty-sixth 

Johnson Charles, laborer, res S s Prospect pi nr Broadway 

Johnson Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Johnson Charles M., photographer witii Wm. B. Ingersoll, 
res 828 Franklin 

Johnson Clark, printer, res 508 Eighth 

Johnson Clark E., printer Signs of the Times, res 1067 Cas- 
tro 

Johnson Cornelius, superintendent sleeping cars C.P.R.R., 
res N s Third bet Brush and Castro 

JOHNSON EBEN, groceries and provisions, N E cor 
Twelfth and Market, res 1119 West 

Johnson Edwin G., foreman W. D. Co., res S s Eighth bet 
Wood and Willow 

Johnson E. J., widow, res E s Union bet Fifth and Seventh 

Johnson Erasmus, coachman with S. J. Gower 

Johnson E. W. Mrs., teacher, res N s Forty-second nr Tele- 
graph av 

Johnson Frank, machinist Oakland Planing Mill, res SW 
cor Third and Jefferson 

Johnson Frank Mrs., res Knox House 

Johnson Frank, wellborer, res 825 Henry 

Johnson Frank S., res Knox Houst 

Johnson Frederick A., student University 

Johnson F. T., porter with Holbrook, Merrill & Co. (S. F.) 
res E s Union bet Fifth and Seventh 



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OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 261 

Johnson George W., Mrs., widow, res S s Eighth bet Wood 

and Pine 
Johnson H., laborer, res Railroad Exchange 
Johnson Hans, gardener, res W s Webster nr Twenty-third 
Johnson Hetty Mrs., 553 Sixth 

Johnson Hiram A., carpenter, res S s Third nr Jackson 
Johnson H. L., carpenter, res S s Third nr Jackson 
Johnson House, Mrs. M. J. Brooks proprietress, cor Eight- 
eenth and San Pablo av 
Johnson James, carpenter, res N s Seventeenth nr Center 
Johnson James, master mariner, res NE cor Chester and 

Ninth 
Johnson James A., master mariner, res E s Lewis bet Third 

and Fifth 
Johnson James C, carpenter, res S s Fifteenth bet Center 

and Cypress 
Johnson Jennie B., dressmaker, 361 Ninth 
Johnson J. M., mail agent C. P. R. B., res 1116 Broadway 
Johnson John, capitalist, res 767 Alice 
Johnson John, dishwasher Union Hotel 
Johnson John, lather, res Third bet Filbert and Myrtle 
Johnson John, res S s Eighteenth nr Center 
Johnson John H., carpenter with Thomas W. Badger 
Johnson John S. (Johnson & Fowler) res 767 Alice 
Johnson Kate, domestic, 1564 Telegraph av 
Johnson L., laborer W. D. Co. 

Johnson Mary, domestic, W s Shattuck nr Bancroft way, B. 
Johnson Patrick, farmer with Horatio P. Livermore 
Johnson Perry, marshal and tax collector Oakland City, office 

City Hall, room 5, res 360 Second 
Johnson Peter C, carpenter W. D. Co., res Sixth bet Wood 

and Pine 
Johnson Bobert, laborer, S s Seventeenth bet West and 

Market 
Johnson S., gardener, res 810 Alice 
Johnson Susan Mrs., res 821 Wallace 
Johnson Thomas, coffee saloon, 425 Drumm (S.F.) res E s 

Linden nr Twenty-eighth 
Johnson William, laborer with George E. Grant 
Johnson William H., teamster, res cor San Pablo av and 

Bose, W. B. 
Johnson William Henry, boot and shoemaker, 467 Sixth 
Johnston Charles, laborer, res 709 Jackson 
Johnston Henry B., student University 
Johnston J. E., carriagemaker with M. W. Allen, res Ninth 

nr Franklin 



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262 OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 

Johnston Jeremiah, packer (S. F.) res E s Pine nr Seward 

Johnston Joseph, waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Johnston N. R., editor Pacific Newspaper Publishing Co. 

(S. F.) res E s Kirkham nr Tenth 
Johnston R. R. Mrs., teacher Dnrant School, res E s Kirk- 
ham nr Tenth 
Johnston Samuel, teamster University, B. 
Johnston William J., expressman, res E s Eighth av bet 

East 16th and East 17th 
Johnston — , gardener, res E s Alice bet Fifth and Sixth 
Jolly Robert, gardener, NW cor Twelfth and Castro 
Jonas A., clerk with Coffee & Furst, res Washington nr Sixth 
Jones A. G., captain steamer Salvador P. M. S. S. Co., res 

739 Myrtle 
Jones A. Miss, preserver natural flowers, res SW cor Third 

and Jackson 
Jones Benjamin R., fruit stand, cor Ninth and Broadway, res 

SW cor Sixteenth and Jefferson 
Jones Charles, groceries, liquors and tea, 1171 Broadway, res 

Kelsey House 
Jones Charles H., butcher, res N s Elm nr Valley 
Jones Cornelius, painter, res 1313 San Pablo av 
Jones Cornelius Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 1313 San 

Pablo av 
Jones Daniel H., porter C. P. R. R. 

Jones E. H., porter C. P. R. R., res SE cor Lewis and Fifth 
Jones Elon G., janitor High School, res 359 Tenth 
Jones Frank E., carpenter, res N s Eighteenth bet Brush 

and West 
Jones George W., carpenter, res W s Pine nr Seward 
Jones Henry B., assistant instructor French and German, 

University, res S s Second nr Summer, Temescal 
Jones Henry S., truckman, res 490 Laurel 
Jones Henry T., student University 
Jones Herbert E., pressman Pacific Press, res N s Eighteenth 

bet Brush and West 
Jones Horace, bookkeeper with J. G. Hodge & Co., (S. F) 

res 924 Filbert 
Jones James Henry, lather, res S s Fifteenth bet Center and 

Cypress 
Jones James N., clerk with N. Williams, res 509 Eighth 
Jones J. Gatchell, clerk Piedmont Springs Hotel 
Jones J. L., clerk with B. R. Jones, res cor Sixteenth and 

Jefferson 
Jones John P., engineer C. P. R. R., res 9 Pearson's Row 
Jones John R., carpenter Calif. Mill (S. F.) res 569 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [J] DIRECTORY. 263 

Jones Kate, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Jones Lucy S. Miss, student University, res S s University 
av nr Choate, B. 

Jones Montgomery, calker W. D. Co. 

Jones Myron H., storekeeper C. P. R. R., res W s Camp- 
bell bet Chase and Taylor 

Jones Orrin B., builder, res N s Eighteenth nr West 

Jones R. H., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Jones Sarah B., widow, res 807 Jefferson 

Jones Susan, dressmaker, res 490 Laurel 

Jones Susan, with California Watch Co. 

Jones Thomas, painter W\ D. Co. 

Jones Thomas A., painter, res S s Nineteenth bet Castro and 
Brush 

Jones Thomas B., compositor Transcript, res cor Sixteenth 
and Jefferson 

Jones Walter B., student University 

Jones W. E., carpenter, res SE cor William and Bay 

Jones W. Henry, foreman with J. C. Trescott, 405 Twelfth 

Jones William, laborer, W s Shattuck nr University av, B. 

Jones William C, res N s Eighth nr Grove 

Jones William Carey, recorder of the Faculty, University, B. 

Jones William D., carpenter, res N s Eighteenth bet Brush 
and West 

Jones William H., stableman Dexter Stable, res S s Four- 
teenth nr Franklin 

Jones William L. Rev., res W s Campbell nr Taylor 

JORDAN BROS. (Moses S. and J. C. Jordan) carpenters 
and builders, 403 Tenth 

Jordan Frank C, clerk The Real Estate Union 

Jordan Henry S., harnessmaker with James Lentell, res 163 
Seventh 

Jordan John C. (Jordan Bros.) res 403 Tenth 

Jordan Joseph W. (Clayton & Co., S. F.) res NW cor East 
24th and Thirteenth av 

Jordan Kate, domestic, N s Walton nr Telegraph av 

Jordan Moses S. (Jordan Bros.) res SW cor Sixth and Har- 
rison 

Jordan William, bookkeeper, res 476 Twelfth 

JORDAN WILLIAM H., manager The Real Estate Union, 
921 Broadway, res 958 Eighth 

Jorey John, shoemaker with Buckingham & Hecht (S. F.) 
res E s Center nr Sixteenth 

Jorey Joseph H., res S s Eighth bet Peralta and Campbell 

Jorey William E., student University, res Center and Fif- 
teenth 



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264 OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 

Jorey William J., res S s Eighth bet Peralta and Campbell 

Joseph Anton, laborer with Babcock & Gould, res 360 Third 

Joseph Joseph, laborer, res 1837 Grove 

Josephei S. T. Mrs., res 266 Eleventh 

Josephs P. A., bookkeeper, res 572 Fourth 

Josephs Peter, plasterer, res 572 Fourth 

Josselyn Andrew, carpenter, res SE cor Fifth and Henry 

Josselyn George W., carpenter Oakland Point Planing Mill, 
res cor Seventh and Washington 

JOURNAL COMPANY (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) 
publishers and proprietors Oakland Journal (German 
weekly) 866 Broadway 

Joy A. Mrs., widow, res 469 Tenth 

Joyce John, machinist Gal. Watch Co. 

Joyce Margaret, cook, N s Fifth bet Linden and Filbert 

Judah M. B. Mrs., res 166 Tenth 

Judcl Charles E., carpenter, res cor Eighth and Chester 

Judge Police Court, A. H. Jayne, office 5 City Hall 

Judge Third District Court, 8. B. McKee, Court House, 
room 2 

Judge William, laborer, res foot Broadway 

Judson John M., clerk with Charles L. Taylor, res Central 
Pacific Hotel 

Judson William F., carpenter, res 577 Eighth 

Judy A. C, painter W. D. Co., res 717 Fifth 

JUERGENS JOHN H., proprietor Butcher's Retreat, SW 
cor San Pablo and Union avs 

Julian John S., farmer, res NW cor Eighth and Chester 

Julian Minnie E. Miss, res NW cor Eighth and Chester 

Julian V. C, res NW cor Eighth and Chester 

JulienG. B., res E s Broadway bet Twenty-fifth and Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Juline Nils S. (D. F. Richards & Co.) res 1712 Telegraph av 

Jull William, junk dealer, res 869 East 15th 

Jungerman E. & Co. (Edward and Julius L. Jungerman) 
wholesale butchers, SW cor Twenty-first and Brush 

Jungerman Edward (E. Jungerman & Co.) res SW cor Twen- 
ty-first and Brush 

Jungerman Julius L. (E. Jungerman & Co.) res SW cor 
Twenty-first and Brush 

Jurgen & Bent (Charles Jurgen and Wm. Bent) groceries 
and general merchandise, W s Telegraph av opp Hum- 
boldt Park, Temescal 

Jurgen Charles (Jurgen & Bent) and liquor and billiard sa- 
loon, 409-411 Twelfth, res 1116 Broadway 

Jurgen's Block, SE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 



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OAKLAND [K] DIRECTORY. 2G5 

Jurgerwitz Johann, res NE cor Twenty-first avand East 14th 
Justice Patterson E., res E s Vernon nr Maple, Ternescal 
Justices of the Peace, James Lentell, NW cor Eleventh and 

Franklin, Wm. M. Graham, 470 Seventh, and Wm. 

Bolton, SW cor Washington Seventh 



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Kaag Charles, 1644 Myrtle 

Kaas H. Peter, gilder with Lutz & Berg, res 669 Webster 

Kadel Barbara Mrs., res SE cor Sixteenth and Brush 

Kaese & Bode (August Kaese and Christian Bode) gun- 
smiths, locksmiths and bell hangers, 419 Tenth 

Kaese August (Kaese & Bode) res 1422 San Pablo av 

Kaiser Martin, upholsterer, 423 Tenth 

Kallenberg Emil, barber with E. Mosca, res Fifth bet Cen- 
ter and Chester 

Kallstrom Herman, pilot, res N s Eighth nr Willow 

Kallstrom Louise Miss, res N s Eighth nr Willow 

Kalmbach Daniel, fireman C. P. B. B. 

Kane D., engineer C. P. B. B. 

Kane Frank, bartender with J. J. Hanifin, res 519 Sixth 

Kane John J., carpenter, res NE cor Market and Fifteenth 

Kane Katie, domestic, 758 Tenth 

Kane Mary, chambermaid Bellevue House 

Kane Michael, coachman, 919 Adeline 

Kane Michael, hostler, res 1364 Twelfth 

Kane Patrick, laborer, res 708 Park 

Kane Patrick, laborer, res E s Henry nr Fifth 

Kane Thomas, laborer, res 224 Fifth 

Karnes — Mrs., widow, res 1772 Seventh 

Karney Kate, domestic, S s Merrimac pi nr Webster 

Kastens Henry C, engineer with Shuster & Niehaus, res cor 
Fourth and Addison, W. B. 

Kay George, plasterer, res E s Adeline nr Thirtieth 

Kay Joseph, bricklayer, res N s Delaware nr Seventh, W.B. 

Kays Jesse, cook, res 607 Sixth 

Kearins Timothy, laborer, res 961 Third 

Kearney F., machinist C. P. B. B., res Bailroad Exchange 
Hotel 

Kearney John, farmer, res E s Audubon nr D wight way, B. 

Kearney Martin, shoemaker with Thomas Kearney, res W s 
Telegraph av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 

Kearney Martin F., machinist C. P. B. B., res Bailroad 
Exchange Hotel 



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266 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Kearney Thomas, boots and shoes, W s Telegraph av nr 

Fiftieth, Temescal 
Kearon Robert E., operator W. U. Tel. Co., res 1011 Web- 
ster 
Keating Catherine M. Mrs., res W s Castro nr Twentieth 
Keating Mary, domestic, NW cor Telegraph av and Knox pi 
Keating Michael, painter W. D. Co. 
Keating Sarah, domestic with Jonas M. Walker 
Keating William, horshoer with M. Casey & Son, res Fourth 

bet Franklin and Webster 
Keating William, shipwright and groceries, N s Sixteenth 

nr Kirkham 
Keating William J., res W s Castro bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth 
Keef D., wiper C. P. E. R. 
Keefe John, groceries and liquors, SW cor Twenty-fifth and 

Broadway 
Keefe John, teamster, res 677 Twenty-sixth 
Keefer George, coiner U. S. Mint (S. F.) res N s Fifteenth 

nr Clay 
Keefer Jesse R., clerk with Geo. W. Swan & Co. (S. F.) res 

N s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Keefer W., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 264 Fifth 
Keefer William M., res N s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Keeffe Jeremiah, miner, res cor Thirty-sixth and Magnolia 
Keegan Timothy, laborer, res E s Adeline nr Twenty-fourth 
Keel William, carpenter, res S s Third nr Adeline 
Keele R,, widow, res 1161 Third 
Keely David, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Keenan Anna, domestic, 1033 Adeline 
Keene Charles W, real estate, res Grand Central Hotel 
Keep Hattie A. Miss, res 1156 Broadway 
Kehoe Lawrence, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res SW cor Clay 

and Fourth 
Keiser Anton, laborer W. D. Co., res E s Cedar bet Seventh 

and William 
Keith John, machinehand Oakland Planing Mill, res 705 

Castro 
Keleher Lizzie, domestic, 668 Sixteenth 
Kelleher Alfred, teacher vocal music, res 178 Tenth 
Kelleher Patrick, blacksmith with Sohst Bros., res 168 

Seventh 
Kelleher Patrick, flagman Alameda crossing C. P. R. R., res' 

W s Alice bet Second and Third 
Keller Fred, garden, saloon and res junction Shattuck and 

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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 267 

Keller Henry D., farmer, res cor Thirtieth and Filbert 

Keller Patrick, coachman, Webster bet Matthew and John 

Kelley C. G. Mrs., res 763 Eighth 

Kelley Ida Mrs., with E. Hook 

Kelley James J., plumber, res SE cor Second and Webster 

Kelley John, tapper Contra Costa Water Co. 

Kelley Joseph, carpenter W. D. Co., res W s Willow nr 
Chase 

Kelley J. R., painter, res El Dorado House 

Kelley Michael, laborer, res 1001 Franklin 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, res 955 Third 

Kelley Zeno, real estate, res 727 Eighth 

Kelligan Robert, contractor and builder, res N s Laurel bet 
Telegraph av and Grove 

Kellogg Charles W., with Tubbs & Co. (S. F.) res NW cor 
Fifteenth and Grove 

Kellogg F. M., clerk (S. F.) res 817 Brush 

Kellogg H. D., res 817 Brush 

Kellogg Isaac W., house painter, res W s Jefferson bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

Kellogg James, res 912 East 6th 

Kellogg Martin, A.M., dean and professor ancient languages 
University, res E s Bushnell nr University av, B. 

KELLOGG M. D. MRS., florist, Clinton Station, E. O., res 
912 Sixth av 

Kellogg Ralph, real estate, res 379 Fifth 

Kellogg Sheldon I., capitalist, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Kellogg Sheldon I. jr. (John M. Lawlor & Co.) res Tubbs' 
Hotel 

Kellum A. B., carpenter, res SW cor Seventh and Pine 

Kellum E. M., shipwright W D. Co., res Soracco House 

Kelly C. H., engineer Samm's Flouring Mill 

Kelly Charles, marble polisher, res Walton nr Telegraph av 

Kelly Charles M., carpenter, res 706 Webster 

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 Eliza R. Mrs., dressmaker, 1661 Eighth 

Kelly George M., clerk with D. Rathjen, resNW cor Jeffer- 
son and Fifth 

Kelly James, cooper, res 716 Fifth 

Kelly James F., carver W. D. Co., res William bet Pine 
and Cedar 

Kelly James F., marble cutter with J. Sullivan, res Broad- 
way bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

Kelly James F., laborer, res E s Adeline bet First and Third 



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Kelly John, laborer, res 759 Market 

Kelly John, molder, res 660 Ninth 

Kelly John, plasterer, res "VVinthrop House 

Kelly John B. (E. J. Kelly & Co.) res 826 Franklin 

Kelly Joseph, musician, res 920 Franklin 

Kelly Kate Miss, telegraph operator, res 1661 Eighth 

Kelly Katie A., domestic, cor Eighteenth and San Pablo av 

Kelly Luke C, paying teller (S. F.) res 630 Ninth 

Kelly Mary, -widow, res N s Goss nr Cedar 

Kelly Mary Miss, res 660 Ninth 

Kelly Michael, field assistant City engineer, res 660 Ninth 

Kelly Michael, laborer, res Eagle House 

Kelly Michael M., boilermaker C. P. E. K., res 1661 Eighth 

Kelly P. T., shoemaker, res 552 East 11th 

Kelly Kobert, carver W. D. Co., res 1766 Eighth 

Kelly Rose Mrs., res 660 Ninth 

Kelly Thomas, distributor Contra Costa Laundry 

Kelly Thomas, laborer, res 804 Castro 

Kelly Thomas, plasterer, res Winthrop House 

Kelly Thomas F., machinist, res 552 East 11th 

Kelly William, laborer, res SW cor B and Ettie 

Kelly William, tailor, res Eland House 

Kelly William P., carpenter, res S s William bet Wood and 
Willow 

Kelsch George, bartender with David Wemmer, res 416 
Eighth 

Kelsey Bryant, real estate, res 765 Fourteenth 

Kelsey Clara E. Miss, student University 

Kelsey Frank M., student University 

Kelsey House and Cottages, A. de Leo de Laguna, propri- 
etor, W s Telegraph av bet Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fourth 

Kelsey John, farmer, res E s Audubon S of Asylum 

Kelsey John A., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Kelsey Melville, insurance agent (S. F.) res 765 Fourteenth 

Kelsey Melville A., res 765 Fourteenth 

Kelsey Noah (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.) res NW cor William 
and Telegraph av 

Kelsey Stables, B. E. Farwell proprietor, Telegraph av bet 
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 

KELSEY W. F., proprietor Kelsey's Nurseries, res S s Syc- 
amore nr Telegraph av 

KELSEY'S NURSERIES, W. F. Kelsey proprietor, W s 
Telegraph av bet Laurel and Sycamore, depot SE cor 
Seventh and Washington 

Kelton Alanson K., master mariner, res 328 Second 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 269 

Kelton E. A., carpenter W. D. Co., res 1354 Eighth 
Kelton John P., res N s Seventeenth bet Telegraph and San 

Pablo avs 
Kelton Milford, with Pioneer Planing Mill, res cor Second 

and Webster 
Kelton William, res 328 Second 
Kemp William H., carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
Kempfiel Frank, cabinetmaker with C. L. Taylor, res S s 

Eighth bet Washington and Clay 
Kempkey Augustus, salesman with Stone & Hayden (S. F.) 

res 225 Second 
Kendall Alpheus, stairbuilder W. D. Co., res Taylor bet 

Wood and Willow 
Kendall Charles B., agent Globe Gaslight Co. (S. F.) res S 

s Prospect pi nr Telegraph av 
Kendall Jerome F., bookkeeper, res SW cor Fifth av and 

East 9th 
Kendall J. K., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Kendell Nellie E. Miss, retoucher with William B. Inger- 

soll, res S s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Kendrick Gorham S., watchmaker Cal. Watch Co., res SW 

cor Bristol and Fifth, W. B. 
Kendrick William, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tel- 
egraph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Kenfield Edgar D., clerk with J. W. Davidson & Co. (S. F.) 

res 571 Caledonia 
Kennealy Jeremiah, tailor with M. J. Healey, res 1752 Tele- 
graph av 
Kennealy William R., clerk with J. D. Evans, res NE cor 

Telegraph av and Twenty -fifth 
Kennedy Franklin, driver with William Kennedy 
Kennedy James, carpenter with Thomas W. Badger 
Kennedy Kate, domestic, NW cor Twelfth and Castro 
Kennedy Leonard W., res Central Pacific Hotel 
Kennedy Mary, chambermaid Knox House 
Kennedy Mary A. Mrs., seamstress, res 707 Fifth 
Kennedy Michael, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Kennedy P. M., carpenter, res 707 Fifth 
Kennedy Thomas, blacksmith with Galvin & Lebrecht, res 

Third nr Adeline 
Kennedy Thomas, carpenter, res Eland House 
Kennedy William, carpenter, res 707 Fifth 
Kennedy William, milk dairy, res S s East 14th nr Park 
Kennedy William W., res 922 Third 
Kennedy W. W., gasfitter, res Overland House 
Kennedy — , res N s Fifth bet Jackson and Madison 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY, 



Kenney Jane Mrs., tailoress with Jacob Letter, res 1511 

Seventh 
Kenney M., widow, res W s Adeline bet Fifth and Seventh 
Kenney Martin, gardener, res cor Peralta and Union 
KENNEY MARY F. Mrs., furnished rooms, 811 Washington 
Kenney M. H. Mrs., res 1207 Broadway 
Kenney Owen, waiter Tubbs' Hotel 
Kenney Thomas, farmer. Kelsey House 
Kennif Richard, laborer, res Wood bet Taylor and Seward 
Kennison J. L., bricklayer, res Eureka Hotel 
Kent Alexander J., painter, res 729 Myrtle 
Kent Alice, domestic with S. J. Gower 
Kent Bell Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res cor 

Thirteenth av and East 15th 
Kent Daniel M., bookkeeper with Cal. Immigrant Union, 

res 763 Jackson 
Kent Perez, carpenter, res 1436 Twelfth 
Kent R. F., stockbroker (S. F.) res 561 Eighth 
Kent Richard B., carpenter W. D. Co., res N s Merced bet 

Racine and Shattuck, N. Temescal 
Kent Thomas R., porter, res 162 Seventh 
Kenter A. E. Mrs., res 616 East 12th 

Kercheval John H., bookkeeper C. P. R. R., res E s Frank- 
lin bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Kerigan John, laborer, res 667 Seventh 
Kerlin Edward, clerk (S. F.) res 1273 San Pablo av 
Kerlin L. E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 1273 San Pablo av 
Kerney Patrick, expressman, cor Broadway and Seventh, res 

486 Laurel 
Kerns Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., res cor Seventeenth av 

and East 12th 
Kerr Eugene M., carpenter, res NE cor Eleventh av and 

East 18th 
Kerr John G., physician, res W s Twelfth av bet East 15th 

and East 16th 
Kerr Lucien C, fireman C. P. R. R. 
Kerr May I., res NE cor Sixth av and East 10th 
Kerr Thomas J., res NE cor East 18th and Eleventh av 
Kerran William, carpenter W. D. Co., res Pullman House 
Kersch Francis, res cor Kennedy and Livingston 
Kerwin Minnie, domestic, 463 Thirteenth 
Kerwin Thomas, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-seventh and 

Grove 
Kesler Frederick, atty-at-law, res E s Wood nr William 
Kesler James, driver with Thomas & Anderson, res S s Four- 
teenth nr Franklin 



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J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 271 

Kester Levi B. (McMillan & Kester, S. F.) res S s Division 
bet Wood and Pine 

Key er John, engineer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 
Hotel 

Keyes Clementina, res 771 Washington 

KEYES JAMES, gang foreman C. P. R. R., res NW cor 
Fifth and Center 

Keyes James F., carpenter, res SE cor Second and Webster 

Keyes John, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Fifth bet Chester 
and Henry 

Keyes Merlin, compositor Daily Evening Tribune, res 771 
Washington 

Keyser Anton, laborer W. D. Co., res Cedar nr Seventh 

Kibbe George R., student University 

Kiel Charles (W. Falke & Co.) res 1808 Grove 

Kihlmeyer Louis, res 807 Washington 

Kilborn A., engineer C. P. R. R., res S s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood 

Kilbourn Walter, stocks, res 627 Tenth 

Kilbourne H., engineer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Kilday James, car cleaner C. P. R. R. 

Kile David, painter, res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Kiley Thomas, painter, res 758 Brush 

Killion Jame3, laborer, res 607 Franklin 

Killoran Bridget, cook, N s Caledonia av nr Grove 

Kilpatrick David, tailor with S. Francis, res 510 Fifth 

Kimball Albeit A., carpenter, res 966 Castro 

Kimball Charles B., contractor and builder, res W s Frank- 
lin nr Durant 

Kimball E., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Kimball Erastus N., carpenter, res Ns Logan nrSan Pablo av 

Kimball Harlow, res 1370 Brush 

Kimball Henry H., res N s Eighteenth bet Brush and West 

Kimball James, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Wash- 
ington Hotel 

Kimball James H., proprietor Mansion House, NE cor Fif- 
teenth av and East 12th 

Kimball L. W., builder, res 1023 West 

Kimball Mary S., principal Swett School, res cor East 20th 
and Thirteenth av 

Kimball Minnie T., Miss, teacher Durant School, res N s 
Plymouth av bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Kimble Jeremiah W., tinsmith with J. G. Anderson, res 
262 Twelfth 

Kime Albert W., upholsterer with Christian Schreiber, res 
668 Elm 



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Woodward & Taggart-Desirable Residence Property for Sate. 

272 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Kinie James H., carpenter, res 668 Elm 

Kindgren Christian W., painter, res Lincoln bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 

Kindleberger Frank M., confectioneiw, 309 Twelfth, res [ 
Thirteenth bet Webster and Franklin 

Kindler A., res Grand Central Hotel 

KING & WILLIAMS (Geo. A. King and Thos. S. Wil- 
liams) blacksmiths and carriage and wagon manufactu- 
rers, 414 Eleventh 

King Andrew, laborer, res 815 Filbert, rear 

King Anna Mrs., res N s Eleventh nr Center 

King Anna Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, res 357 Eighth 

King Benjamin C., carpenter, res 834 Franklin 

King Catherine, cook, 1051 Market 

King Charles E., painter, res 369 Eighth 

King George A. (King & Williams) res 513 Ninth 

King George W., carpenter, res N s Eighth nr Willow 

King Henry, printer, res N s William bet Bay and Cedar 

King Henry C., carpenter, res SW cor Chester and Eighth 

King Henry L, jr., clerk with W. F. & Co. (S. F.) res 770 
Tenth 

King James, carpenter, resEs Cedar betWilliam and Atlantic 

King James, hostler with G. W. Stephenson 

King J. C, carpenter W. D. Co., res S. F. 

King John C, cabinetmaker with H. & J. Pantoskey 

King Joseph, coachman with J. Mora Moss 

King J. W., carpenter W. D. Co. 

King Lizzie Miss, res E s Broadway nr Moss av 

King Malcolm G., civil engineer and surveyor, 1004 Broad- 
way, rooms 8-9 

King Manuel, laborer, res W s Haven nr Peralta 

King Marcus L., shipwright W. D. Co., res 1054 Third 

King Martin P., laborer, res Overland House 

King Matthew, nursery, N s Laurel bet Telegraph av and 
Broadway 

King M. F., carpenter, res 519 Eighth 

King Michael, laborer, res E s Kirkham nr Seventh 

KING MICHAEL REV., pastor Church of the Immaculate 
Conception, res 860 Seventh 

King Nelson, furnished rooms, SW cor Sixth and Harrison 

King Sarah Mrs., dressmaker, 519 Eighth 

King S. H., laborer, res 608 Fourth 

King Susan, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

King Thomas, cook Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

King Thomas J., clerk with J. S. Crosley, res N s Seven- 
teenth nr San Pablo av 

• IFnSUSnWT CDDTNiPC first class hotel for summer boarders 

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Cider Company, 


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OAKLAND [K] 


DIRECTORY. 


273 



King William, wharfinger (S. F.) res E s Myrtle nr Twenty- 
eighth 
King William E., bookkeeper with Thomas k Anderson, res 

Sixth nr Harrison 
King William H. Mrs., magnetic healer, res 719 Sixth 
King William J., butcher with Hayes, Carrick & Co., res 

Roff's Hotel 
King — , carpenter, res 409 Ninth 
Kingman M. V. Mrs., teacher Prescott Grammar School, 

res 809 Washington 
Kingsbury Hubert M., clerk with Steere & Colby, res SE 

cor Thirteenth av and East 12th 
Kingsbury W. V., miner, res 811 Brush 
Kingshott Richard, carpenter, res 915 Third 
Kingsland J. G., student University, res SW cor East 10th 

and Seventh av 
Kingsland T. G., clerk with Weston & Welch, res SW cor 

East 10th and Seventh av 
Kingston George, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res N s 

Fifth bet Filbert and Linden 
Kingston Paul, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Kingston Richard, laborer C. P. R. R., res N s Fifth 

bet Filbert and Linden 
Kiniry John, res 319 Fifth 
Kinkade Letitia, teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 501 

Post (S. F.) 
Kinkead William M., fruit and vegetables, NE cor Broad- 
way and Fifth, res 364 Second 
Kinnear J. S., foreman sash and blind dept Oakland Mill, 

res 661 Washington 
Kinsey Charles W. (Lyon & Kinsey) res 528 Ninth 
Kinsman William, school teacher, res Winsor House 
Kirby R. J., carpenter, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Kirchheiner Henry, proprietor Pacific Candy Manufactory, 

1007 Broadway, res N s Edwards nr Telegraph av 
Kirchheiner John Henry, candy manufacturer, store and res 

629 East 12th 
Kirchhofer Emily, domestic, SE cor Telegraph and Moss avs 
Kirchhoff Amuel, manufacturer artificial stone, 320 Third 
Kirchhoff Albert, boatman, res 658 Franklin 
Kirchhoff Bros. (Charles and Conrad Kirchhoff) groceries 

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 



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Woodward & Tag g art- HOMES ON THE INS TALLMENT PLAN 

274 OAKLAND []£] DIRECTORY. 

Kirk George, inspector Oakland Gas Co., res 805 Jefferson 
Kirk George A., carpenter with Jordan Bros., res 1003 

Webster 
Kirk Maggie Miss, folder Pacific Press, res 523 Eighth 
KIRK O. C. } stoves, tinware, gasfitting, plumbing and metal 

roofing, store and res 315 East 12th 
Kirk William, architect, 954 Broadway, res Fourteenth nr 

Adeline 
Kirk William H., student with William Kirk, res Fourteenth 

nr Adeline 
Kirkaldie Herman, res S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av 
Kirkendall William, feather renovator, res W s Eighth av 

bet East 15th and East 16th 
Kirkham Ralph W. res 58 Eighth 
Kirkness S. A. P. Mrs., teacher music, 805 Henry 
Kirkpatrick Samuel, clerk, res 466 Twelfth 
Kirning John, porter Tubbs' Hotel 
Kirschner Franz, res Grand Central Hotel 
Kirsteller Jacob, butcher with Thomas Heckman, res 514 

East 15th 
Kirwick Michael, teamster with Remillard & Bros., res cor 

Second and Clay 
Kish Albert, tailor with Jacob Letter, res N s Twelfth bet 

Wood and Willow 
Kiszler Henry, res S s Tenth bet Center and Cypress 
Klee Henry, engineer Oakland Brewery 
Klee Henry, gardener, res 724 Linden 
Kleemann William, paper collar manufacturer (S. F.) res cor 

Seventh and Campbell 
Kleupfer Frederick, plasterer, res 224 Fourth 
Kley Frances, domestic, 1382 Telegraph av 
Klose Charles, butcher with P. Swords, res cor Forty -ninth 

and Telegraph av, Temescal 



TINNING, PLUMBING, GAS -FITTING 

And Metal Roofing done in all their branches, 

315 East Twelfth Street, East Oakland- 



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



PIFRSVIfiNT HfiTFI HAS BEEN TH0R0UGHLY RENOVATED, and now offers 



great attractions to the public as a POPULAR RESORT. 



Napa Soda is recommended by physicians for healthful drinking. 



OAKLAND [£] DIRECTORY. 275 

Klose Christian A., editor The Pacific (S. F.) res 417 East 

14th 
Kluegel Charles H., surveyor, res Fourteenth bet Adeline 

and Linden 
Kluegel Ferdinand, res 1132 Adeline 

Klumpp & Allard (Fred. Klumpp and Aldei Allard) car- 
riage and wagonmakers, S s Third nr Broadway 
Klumpp Fred. (Klumpp & Allard) res N s First bet Brush 

and Castro 
Knapp Edwin G., student University 
Knapp Sewell, merchant, res 1382 Webster 
Kneale Benjamin, blacksmith and wagonmaker, shop and 

res E s Telegraph road nr Summer, Temescal 
Kneen William, assistant foreman Tribune, res E s Wash- 
ington bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Kneier George, res 749 East 12th 
Kneisch Jacob, fringemaker with S. Ettinger (S. F.) res 454 

Twelfth 
Knewing Fred., merchant (S. F.) res 1520 Telegraph av 
Knieb Henry, car repairer C. P. E. K., res 769 East 12th 
Knight Charles, machinist, res N s Chase nr Cedar 
Knight Edward A., laborer Oakland Point Planing Mill, res 

cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Knight Frank L., carpenter, res 322 Eleventh 
Knight Fred. W., carpenter, res 1309 Clay 
Knight Nehemiah R., clerk with B. P. Flint & Co. (S. F.) 

res 1110 Myrtle 
Knight Samuel Mrs., widow, res 577 Twelfth 
Knight W. H., shipping, res 1300 Webster 
Knights of Pythias Hall, 1056 Broadway 
Knoche Peter, shoemaker, res NE cor Fourth and Franklin 
Knoll John, proprietor Zimmerman's Gardens, NE cor 

Second and Harrison 
Knott Barton, laborer with Z. B. Heywood, & Co., res W s 

Third nr University av, W. B. 
Knott Richard, proprietor Berkeley House, W s Third nr 

University av, W. B. 
Knowles C. C, dentist (S. F.) res cor Fourth avand East 9th 
Knowles Charles S., res 1055 Grove 
Knowles C. L., carpenter W. D. Co., res 1817 Goss 
Knowles George H., clerk C. P. R. R., res S s East 15th 

bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs 
Knowles John R., tinsmith, res Linden bet Fifth and Seventh 
Knowles Josiah N., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1055 

Grove 
Knowles Josiah S., res Linden bet Fifth and Seventh 



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BUY YOUR HOMESTEADS OF WOODWARD & TAGGART. 

276 OAKLAND []£] DIRECTORY. 

Knowles Josiah S. jr., tinsmith, res Linden bet Fifth and 

Seventh 
Knowles Mary Mrs., tinware, etc., NW cor Eighth and 

Washington, res Linden bet Fifth and Seventh 
Knowles William A., contractor, res 666 Tenth 
Knowles — , res Blake House 
Knowlton George, with Oakland Point Planing Mill, res St. 

James House 
Knowlton N. S., saloon, cor Seventh and Washington, res 

Newland House 
Knox Henry E., dentist (S. F.) res N s Merrimac pi nr Tel- 
egraph av 
Knox House, I. W. Knox, proprietor, W s Telegraph av bet 

Twenty -fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Knox I. W. (Palmer, Knox & Co., S. F.) and proprietor 

Knox House, res Knox House 
Knox Justus, res Knox House 
Knox Oscar, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Knox Thomas E., plasterer, res W s Chapel nr Bancroft 

way, B. 
Koch Carrie, domestic, N s Dwight way nr Audubon, B. 
Koch Charles, gardener, N s Dwight way nr Audubon, B. 
Koch Gottlieb, carpenter, res S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph av 
Koch William, carpenter, res S s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Kock Peter (Schultz & Kock) res NW cor Forty-fifth and 

Telegraph av 
Koenecke H., boots and shoes, 914 Broadway, res SW cor 

San Pablo av and Twenty-fifth 
KOENIG & BRINCKMANN (A. L. Koenig and Edward 

Brinckmann) real estate agents, 471 Seventh 
Koenig A. L. (Koenig & Brinckmann) res 755 Clay 
Kofoed John C., res 809 Sixteenth 
Kohl M. P. Mrs., res 1376 Webster 
Kohler & Chase, pianos, organs and sheet music, Broadway 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
KOHLER & DODGE (E. F. Kohler and C. F. Dodge) real 

estate and insurance agents, NW cor Chester and 

Seventh, Kohler's Block 
KOHLER & TONJES (Wm. Kohler and John Tonjes) pro- 
prietors Cal. Saloon, 832 Broadway 
Kohler A. H., bootblack with Stulz & Schnelle, 1762 Seventh 
KOHLER E. F., wholesale and retail wines and liquors, 

1502 Seventh (and Kohler & Dodge) res 857 Chester 
Kohler Frederick, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler Henry, laundry, 1070 Fourteenth av 



r °V«T GOLDEN GATE and the BAY »™ PIEDMONT SPRINGS. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [ ]£ ] DIRECTORY. 277 

Kohler William (Kohler & Toiijes) res 834 Broadway 

KOHLER'S BLOCK, NW cor Chester and Seventh 

KOHLER'S HALL, NW cor Chester and Seventh 

Kohn H., harnessmaker with James Lentell 

Kolb Joseph, carpenter, res 1200 Seventh 

Kolbach Joseph, laborer, res St. Louis Hotel 

Kolbe Peter, bookkeeper with O. Jans, res E s Chester bet 

Tenth and Eleventh 
Komninu George, barber, res S s Seventh bet Wood and 

Tine 
Konig Claus H., painter, res 825 Lydia 
Koob Adam, proprietor Cal. Market, 1213 Broadway, res 

1385 Telegraph av 
KORNAHRENS H., wines and liquors, SE cor Broadway 

and Tenth, res 410 Tenth 
Kornahrens Jacob, res 410 Tenth 
Koster Heinrich, clerk with Herman Koster, res SW cor 

Fourth and Webster 
KOSTER HERMAN, wines, liquors and cigars, SW cor 

Fourth and Webster 
Kraft Ernst, carpenter, res 414 Fifth 
Kraft Samuel, clerk, res 226 Ninth 

Krag F. W., machinehand AV. D. Co., res Lewis nr Seventh 
Krambs Frederick, tailor, res SE cor Fifth and Madison 
Kramer Peter, laborer, res N s Forty-ninth nr Telegraph av 

KR EPPER BROS. 




Locksmiths and Cutlers. 

SAW FILING. 



420 Eleventh St., next to City Market. 

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REPAIRING PARASOLS and UMBRELLAS A SPECIALTY. 

Keep oil hand a Large Assortment of Pistols, Guns and Ammunition. 



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Office, 224 Montgomery St.. S. F., or Park st... Alameda. 



WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 



278 OAKLAND [ £ ] DIRECTORY. 

KRAMM & DIEVES (Charles Kramm and Joseph Dieves) 

proprietors Oakland Brewery, cor Telegraph av and Du- 

rant, office cor Ninth and Broadway 
Kramm Charles (Kramm & Dieves) res 1414 Telegraph av 
Krause Charles F., carpenter, res S s Fifteenth bet Cypress 

and Kirkham 
Krause E. F., poet, res Sunnyside House 
Kreckel Lewis, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Kreig Henry, butcher Grand Central Hotel 
Kreinborg Bernhard, driver Brooklyn Brewery, res SW cor 

Eighteenth av and East 14th 
KREPPER BROS. (N. and P. Krepper) guns, pistols and 

cutlery, 420 Eleventh 
Krepper N. (Krepper Bros.) res 1053 Webster 
Krepper P. (Krepper Bros.) res 420 Eleventh 
Kretz Anton, laborer with G. F. Crist, res East 14th bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-first avs 
Kreutzfeldt Samuel, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 1675 At- 
lantic 
Kreyenhagen E., res 458 Sixth 
Krieger U., laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Kriger Charles, gardener, res SE cor Twenty-fourth and 

Myrtle 
Krimbel Jacob, furniture and cabinetmaker, 685 East 12th 
Kringelbach Otto, bookkeeper with Cadogan & Co., res 

Eleventh av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Kroll William F. (Martin, Kroll & Co., and Wood & Kroll) 

res 1010 Broadway 
Krufman Tobias, pedlar, res 615 Sixth 

Krumb Frederick, tanner, cor East 12th and Eighteenth av 
Kruse John, foreman Oyster Bed, res 305 Second 
Kuenzi J. R., wood turner, res 405 Ninth 
Kuerzel Robert, wagonmaker with Sohst Bros. 
Kuhne A. Mrs., res 838 Jackson 
Kumpf Peter, tinsmith with James Dalziel, res W s Filbert 

nr Thirtieth 
Kunast Henry, painter, res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Kundurt Fred., porter Pacific Press, resS s Twenty-first bet 

Brush and West 
Kundurt Paul, engineer Pacific Press, res S s Twenty-first 

bet Brush and West 
Kunkel Daniel, res SE cor Sixteenth av and East 12th 
Kuntsche Bertha, domestic with Charles Webb Howard 
Kurtz Benjamin C, with J. M. Bradstreet& Son Co. (S.F.) 

res S s Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Kurtz John, carpenter, res N s Eighth nr Chester 



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A. D. WHITNEY, Proprietor. 



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



OAKLAND [L] DIRECTORY. 279 

Kuss Peter, painter, res S s Locust nr San Pablo av 
Kutzkau Emil, carver W. D. Co., res Seventh nr Wood 
Kweifel Louise Miss, res 1160 Eighth 
Kweifel Salome Mrs., res 1160 Eighth 
Kydd Alexander, night clerk Tubbs' Hotel 
Kyte James C, carpenter, res 364 Third 



L 

La Caisse Generale (French Insurance Corporation) B. C. 

Dick agent, 1004 Broadway 
La Clede House, Mrs. M. E. Shaw proprietress, 1116 

Broadway 
La Due Joseph, shipwright W. D. Co. 
La Mont Thomas, shipwright W. D. Co. 
LAAGE WILLIAM (Miley & Laage) res 411 Ninth 
Labrache Narcisse, carpenter, res 675 Fourth 
Lacy T. J. P., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Ladley C, res NE cor Third and Franklin 
Lafayette School, Mrs. Ahbie F. Aldrich principal, TV s Jef- 
ferson bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Lafferty & Coursen (Owen Lafferty and E. A. Coursen) 

butchers 461 Third 
Lafferty Owen (Lafferty & Coursen) res 362 First 
Lagan Hugh Bev., assistant pastor Church of the Immacu- 
late Conception, res 860 Seventh 
Laggan John, laborer, res TVinthrop House 
Lagorio John, res 658 Myrtle 
Lagorio Louis, salesman with Camilloni & Co., res 658 

Myrtle 
Lahaye Louis, hunter, res 361 First 
Lahr Peter, bootmaker with Hirshberg & Morrison, res 665 

Washington 
Laidlaw Alexander, clerk with TValter Laidlaw, res NE cor 

Sixth and Brush 
Laidlaw Frank, clerk with Walter Laidlaw, res NE cor Sixth 

and Brush 
Laidlaw Horace, student Taylor's Business College, res NE 

cor Brush and Sixth 
Laidlaw Murray, student Taylor's Business College, res NE 

cor Tenth and Harrison 
LAIDLAW WALTER, proprietor Mendocino Lumber 

Yard, SE cor Seventh and Brush, res NE cor Sixth and 

Brush 
Lake Edward H., carpenter, res 1633 Market 



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Office, 224 Montgomery st., S. F., or Park St., Alameda. 



Woo dward & Ta gg ar t--Desir able Residence Pro perty f or Sale. 

280 OAKLAND [L] DIRECTORY. 

Lake F. A., machinist California Watch Co., res N s Uni- 
versity av nr Fifth, W. B. 

Lake Fred, letter carrier, res 1633 Market 

Lake Merritt Boat House, T. M. Blair proprietor, Twelfth- 
st Bridge 

Lake Thomas (Tharsing & Lake) res 1736 Seventh 

Lallement Charles, res 1718 Telegraph av 

Lamar George, farmer, res 829 Myrtle 

Lamar J. B., att} r -at-law, res 829 Myrtle 

Lamb Christopher, stairbuilder W. D. Co., res 437 Minna 
(S. F.) • 

Lamb Edward, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 315 Second 

Lamb Horace C, carpenter, res W s Maple nr Temescal 

Lamb James, butcher with Prescott & Bemis, res cor Fif- 
teenth av and East 14th 

Lamb James, pedlar, res E s Seventeenth av bet East 14th 
and East 15th 

Lamb John, carpenter with Power & Ough, res N s East 
14th bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth avs 

Lamb Patrick, driver hose cart Brooklyn Engine Co. No. 4 

Lamb Peter, painter, res cor East 23d and Twentieth av 

Lamb Pierce, student University 

Lamb Richard, carpenter, res S s Prospect pi nr Tele- 
graph av 

Lambert A., chief cook Winsor House 

Lambert Charles H., porter C. P. R. R., res 716 Filbert 

Lambert James, res 375 Fourth 

Lambert James A., farmer, res junction Telegraph road and 
University av, B. 

Lambert John C, farmer, res junction College and Tele- 
graph avs, B. 

Lambert William, office 616 Montgomery (S. F.) res 821 
Sixteenth 

Lamey George, shipwright W. D. Co. 

Lamoureux David, bookkeeper with Remillard Bros., res 
cor Second and Clay 

Lamoureux P. H., foreman with Bemillard Bros, res cor 
Second and Clay 

LAMOUREUX THEQPHLLUS (Potrero Brick Yard) res 
1055 Broadway 

Lampe Charles, carpenter, res NW cor Chapel and Bancroft 
way, B. 

Lamping P. A., doorkeeper U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 577 
Eighth 

Lamping Peter, hackman with Newland & Pumyea, res cor 
Eighth and Jefferson 



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OAKLAND |'L] DIRECTORY. 



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Lamping Timothy M., policeman, res 577 Eighth 

Lamson G. F., auctioner, res 728 Eighth 

LANCASHIRE INSURANCE CO., W. F. Hichcock agent, 
958 Broadway 

Lancaster H. B., Mrs., res 831 Cedar 

Lancaster Henry, carpenter, res N s Fifteenth bet Kirkham 
and Cypress 

LANCASTER THOMAS, merchant tailor, 917 Washing- 
ton, res 808 Grove 

Landing William, clerk with E. A. Brown, res S s Ninth bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Landon Alson, accountant, res IS s Seventeenth bet Brush 
and West 

Landon William W., collector, res 413 Ninth 

Landreau Peter, res 407 First 

Landregan Dennis, student Taylor's Business College, res 
W s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 

Landregan James, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alca- 
traz av 

Landregan Thomas, student Taylor's Business College, res 
W s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 

Lane Charles W., physician, res Lane av head of Lake Mer- 
ritt 

Lane A. W. (H. C. Taft & Co.) res Petaluma 

Lane CD. Mrs., res SE cor Fifteenth and West 

Lang Henry, res 665 East 12th 

Langan Patrick, clerk with Wright &!Co., res NW cor Uni- 
versity av and Fifth, W. B. 

Langbehn Peter, hog ranch, res S s Summer nr San Pablo av 

Langdon Fannie E. Miss, music teacher, res 1770 Division 

Langdon Sheldon W., currier, res N s Division nr Wood 

LANGE FREDERICK W., groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Fifth and Castro, res 1034 Peralta 

Lange Theodore, butcher, NW cor Market and Twenty-seed 

Langford Thomas, boilermaker W. D. Co., res 1804 William 

Langley Frank N., farmer, res 936 Willow 

Lanne Vincent, French bakery, 912 Franklin, res 518 Eighth 

Lannon Bernard, laborer, res 774 Fifth 

Laphan John P., wholesale butcher, res SW cor Tenth av 
and East 15th 

Laplace Henri, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Laplant Alex., blacksmith with Meikle & Davis, res Alameda 

Larke Alfred, carpenter, res NE cor Linden and Twelfth 

Larkin A. B., conductor C. P. B. K. 

Larkin Benjamin, painter W. D. Co., res SE cor Durant 
and Broadway 



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Larkin E. Miss, dressmaker, 411 Ninth 

Larkin J. (Clapp & Larkin) res 805 Isabella 

Larkin Rose Miss, dressmaker, res 411 Ninth 

Larkins Thomas, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 

Larrner Augustus B., carpenter, res Magnolia bet Fifth and 
Seventh 

Larnzezo Charles, whitener, res 607 Franklin 

Laroche E. Mrs., lodgings, 461 Ninth 

Laronche Maria Mme., res 529 Second 

Larrabee John, blindmaker with H. W. Barnes 

Larrieu Augustus, conductor C. P. B. B., res S s Goss bet 
Wood and Pine 

Larsen Georgina Mrs., res 658 Third 

Larsen Peter, laborer with Shakespeare & Walter, res Cos- 
mopolitan House 

Larson Albert J., lather, res 823 Henry 

Larson Arne, carpenter, res 611 First 

Larson Charles J., wood carver Oakland Planing Mill, res 
611 Fourth 

Larson Gilbert, bootmaker, shop and res W s University av 
nr Sixth, W. B. 

Larson H. Mrs., res 1054 Third 

Larson James, res 522 First 

Larson L. (Paufoe & Larson) res 802 Broadway 

Larson Louis, band sawyer Grove-st. Planing Mill 

Larson O., widow, res 823 Henry 

Larson Olney, res 611 Fourth 

Larson Sarah, domestic, 604 Eighth 

Larue Eugene, student University 

Larue Frank, carpenter, res E s Eighth av bet East 11th and 
East 12th 

Larue Gus., conductor C. P. B. B. 

LARUE JAMES, proprietor Brooklyn Lumber Yard, cor 
Fourteenth av and East 11th, res East 12th bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth avs 

Larue John, clerk with James Larue, res East 12th bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth avs 

Larue Lucas B., clerk with James Larue, res East 15th bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs 

LARUE'S WHARF, SW cor Fourteenth av and East 11th 

Lascombe Eugene, manufacturer willow-ware, NW cor Twen- 
tieth and Curtis 

Lasette G. D. Mrs., res 565 Sixteenth 

Lasker J., res Grand Central Hotel 

Lassell J. A., with J. W. Davidson & Co., res Tubbs' Hotel 



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Latham James H., stockbroker, res SE cor Jackson and 

Lake 
Latbrop Frank H., photographer, res N s Seventeenth bet 

Jefferson and Grove & 

Lathrop Solomon, watchmaker with W. Wilson, res N s Sev- ^ 

enteenth bet Jefferson and Grove I - 

Latimer John T., res 1209 Adeline |Q 

Latimer Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Laton Benjamin B., insurance agent, 906 Broadway, res NE 

cor Castro and Sixth ?3 

Laton George A., clerk with B. B. Laton, res NE cor Castro ^ 

and Sixth 
Lauderbach Charles, bartender steamer El Capitan, res 1519 

Seventh 
Lauer <fc Gruettner (M. Lauer and D. Gruettner) gardeners, 

815 Franklin 
Lauer Martin (Lauer & Gruettner) 815 Franklin I £* 

Laughland William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 657 

Madison 
Laughlin Mary, domestic, SW cor Webster and Orchard av 
Laughran Sarah, domestic, 1117 Castro 

Laumeister Hermann, butcher with L. Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 
Lauphus John, porter with William G. Hawkett, res Divis- 
ion bet Wood and Pine 
Laurenco Joseph, laborer, res East 12th bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth avs 
Laures Louisa Mrs., res 57 San Pablo av 
Lausch Jacob, painter W. D. Co., res W s Brush bet Second 

and Third 
Lauston Christian, carpenter, res 1727 Myrtle 
Lavell Sarah, domestic, 1114 Twelfth 
Laville Emily M., seamstress, res 66-4 Twelfth 
Lavine George, laborer, res cor Nineteenth and Curtis 
Lawler James, confectioner with Bruning Bros., res cor 

Ninth and Franklin 



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Lawler John J., carpenter C. P. B. B., res 1714 Eighth p_ 

Lawler Julia, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 
Lawless James, laborer, res 662 Myrtle 
Lawless Patrick, blacksmith, shop and res S s 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 12th 

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Lawlor William M., physician, office aud res NE cor Twelfth 

and Grove 
Lawrence Alonzo C, teamster, res S s Eleventh bet Castro 

and Brush 
LAWRENCE DeWITT C, editor and proprietor West 

Oakland Press, res NE cor Pine and Division 
Lawrence G. A., tinsmith with M. De Da Montanya, res S s 

Lydia bet Brush and West 
Lawrence H. H., assayer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res East 27th nr 

Fruit Vale av 
Lawrence Joseph, laborer, res S s East 15th bet Eighteenth 

and Nineteenth avs 
Lawrence Joseph, operator W. U. Tel. Co., res 57 San 

Pablo av 
Lawrence Manuel, foreman with J. P. Laphan, res Gordon's 

Landing 
Lawrence Nathaniel, laborer, res W s Chestnut nr Thirty- 
second 
Lawrence S. J. Mrs., res N s Eighteenth bet Brush and 

Castro 
LAWRIE A. G-., searcher of records for Alameda county, 

office 817 Broadway, res SW cor Jackson and Eleventh 
Lawson Alfred Bird, accountant Oakland Tribune, res S s 

Twenty-second bet Brush and West 
Lawson Henry, coachman with Hiram Tubbs 
Lawson L. A., teamster, res College av nr Alcatraz av 
Lawson William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Sec- 
ond bet Clay and Jefferson 
Lawton Israel, capitalist, 954 Broadway, res 1207 Castro 
Lawton James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lawyer Mary Mrs., boarding and lodging, 517 Ninth 
Lawyer Perry, carpenter, 517 Ninth 
Layton H. J. Mrs., proprietor Star House, S s Seventh bet 

Pine and Cedar 
Lazarus Moses, groceries, NE cor B and Hannah 
Le Ballister T. W., blacksmith with Northey & McGrath, 

res East 12th, bet Ninth and Tenth avs 
Le Blond Amedee, res 412 Second 
Le Blond Joseph, tailor, 172 Sixth 
Le Brun Emile Mrs., vegetables, City Market 
Le Clair Peter, carpenter, res N s Thirtieth nr Magnolia 
LE CONTE JOHN, professor University of California, res 

S s Dwight way nr Ellsworth, B. 
LE CONTE JOSEPH, professor University of California, 

res S s Strawberry creek nr Telegraph av 
Le Fevre Frank, carpenter Enterprise Mills, res 406 Franklin 



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Le Noir N. L., clerk with Holbrook, Merrill & Co. (S. F.) 
res S s Third bet Alice and Jackson 

Le Page Louis, carpenter, res Babue's Hotel 

Le Pierre Louis, carpenter, res N s East 11th bet Seventh 
and Eighth avs 

Le Warne Benjamin F., manager and secretary Safe Deposit 
Co. (S. F.) res NW cor Fourteenth and Linden 

Leake Benjamin T., insurance agent, res W s West bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 

LEAKE HENRY A., atty-at-law, 954 Broadway, res 1207 
Castro 

Leavell Erasmus T., carpenter, W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
seventh 

Leavitt Charles C, adjuster duties Custom House (S. F.) 
res 610 Seventeenth 

Leavenworth Royal, teamster with Charles Jones, res TV s 
Cypress nr Sixteenth 

Leber John (Martter & Leber) res 460 Sixth 

Leber Lewis, carpenter, res SE cor East 18th and Thir- 
teenth av 

Lebrecht William (Galvin & Lebrecht) res 1305 Webster 

Leek Henry, student University 

Leckie R. S., clerk with A. G. Lawrie, res SW cor Clay and 
Ninth 

Ledden Frank, bellboy Tubbs' Hotel 

Ledden John A., (Ledden, Whipple <fc Co., S. F.) res 919 
Linden 

Lediman Otto, broommaker, res 758 Jefferson 

Ledor T., res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Leduc — , dishwasher, Washington Hotel 

Lee A. W., tinsmith with 0. C. Kirk, res 315 East 12th 

Lee George W., res 6 Pine 

Lee Harriet J. Mrs., teacher Irving Grammar School, res 
Edwards nr Telegraph av 

Lee Henry C, accountant with Gladding, Surry hue & Co., 
res N s Edwards nr Telegraph av 

Lee H. H., capitalist, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Lee James, laborer, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Lee Mary L., domestic, 1132 Linden 

Lee Thomas, laborer W. D. Co., res cor Third and Center 

Lee Thomas, student University 

Lee Wall (Chinese) laundry, 367 Ninth 

Lee William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill 

Lee William J., painter, res 460 Twenty-first 

Leech William, horseshoer with P. Artman, res Thirteenth 
bet Webster and Franklin 



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LEEPER WILLIAM, wines and liquors, SW cor Adeline 

and Seventh 
Leet S. T., mining, res 152 Fifth 
Lefebvre Charles, cook, res 609 Franklin 
LEFEVRE ALFRED, dentist, NW cor Eighth and Broad- 
way, res 832 Alice 
Lefever Daniel, cigar manufacturer, NW cor San Pablo av 

and Fifteenth, res Twenty-eighth nr San Pablo av 
Lefevre Joseph, res N s East 15th nr Fourteenth av 
Lefevre Peter, bartender with Belhumeur & Holden, res 

374 Tenth 
Lefferts Edmund, carpenter, res N s Sixth nr Market 
Leffingwell Charles, bartender, res Newland House 
Leffingwell William H., student University 
Leefflr Hugh M., res 1156 Broadway 
Leet C. A., blindmaker Grove-st Planing Mill 
Lefort Edward, clerk, res 565 Seventh 
LEGAL TENDER (weekly) A. E. Bedstone editor and 

proprietor, 461 Ninth 
Leggett A. Mrs., res 1016 West 
Legler G. T., clerk, res 1005 Franklin 
Legler Henry T., physician, 1068 Broadway, res 1005 

Franklin 
Lehmann Henry G., bootmaker, 1155 Broadway, res 1944 

Filbert 
Lehmann Joseph, gardener, res N s Sycamore nr San 

Pablo av 
Lehmkuhl H. H. C, clerk with Charles Hubert (S. F.) res 

S s Seward nr Peralta 
Lehn George, porter with Christian Schreiber, res SE cor 

Eleventh and Broadway 
Lehnig Frederick, carpenter, res 1157 Seventh 
Lehnig William, printer, res 1157 Seventh 
Lehritter John, barber (S. F.) res SE cor Ninth and Center 
Leigh Stephen, boxmaker, res N s University av nr Fifth, 

W. B. 
Leigh William W., cook Grand Western Bestaurant, 1756 

Seventh 
Leighow James, clerk with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Leighton Thomas A., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 

E s Pine nr Lincoln 
Leimert Louis, real estate, res 927 Myrtle 
Leipsic Lyon, junk, res Walsworth 
Leist Charles, clerk Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., res 

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Leist — , Mrs., res N s East 8th bet Sixth and Seventh avs 
Leitch David, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 611 Third 
Lekgoat Louis, laborer, res 363 Third 
Leland Henry C, carpenter, res NW cor Magnolia and 

Twenty-second 
Lemmon Charles, carpenter, res 951 Fifth 
Lemmon Thomas, res W s Harrison bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth 
Lemon E. E., butcher with F. F. Patronak 
Lemon James M., contractor, res 1203 Castro 
Lemon Josephine Miss, teacher Peralta School 
Lemon S., apothecary, E s Broadway bet Third and Fourth 
Lemon William, farmer, res S s East 16th bet Twenty-first 

and Twenty-second avs 
Lemon William M., cigars and tobacco, 627 East 12th 
Lemonte Thomas, ship carpenter, res E s Cedar bet Wil- 
liam and Atlantic 
Lener Joseph A., bootblack, 459 Seventh, res 513 Sixth 
Lenihan Katie, domestic, SW cor Sixteenth and Castro 
Lennon Bernard, with Contra Costa Water Co., res NE cor 

Fifth and Market 
Lennon Michael, marble cutter, res SW cor Ninth and 

Washington 
Lennon Patrick, laborer, res SE cor Webster and Seventh 
Lennon Patrick, teamster, res S s Laurel nr Broadway 
Lent Charles H., conductor C. P. K. K., res 1301 Franklin 
Lentell James, harness and saddlery, and justice of the 

peace, NWcor Franklin and Eleventh, res 1019 Webster 
Lenz William, groceries, SE cor Eighth and Alice 
Leonard Daniel, laborer, res Twenty-sixth bet Broadway 

and Telegraph av 
Leonard Delia, domestic with L. G. Cole 
Leonard Edward, tailor, S s Isabella nr San Pablo av 
Leonard Edward P., clerk (S. F.) res N s Sycamore nr 

Telegraph av 
Leonard George, draftsman, res SE cor Walton and Grove 
Leonard George A., butcher, res cor Adeline and San 

Pablo av 
Leonard Herbert M., clerk with Daniel Stuart, res N s 

Sycamore bet Grove and Webster 
Leonard Hugh, laborer, res 471 Bay pi 
Leonard John, laborer, res El Dorado House 
Leonard Margaret, widow, res S s D wight way nr Humboldt 

av, B. 
Leonard Morris, carpenter, res 458 Fifth 
Leonard Patrick, farmer, res Perry nr junction Walworth 



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Leonard Willard, real estate (S. F.) res N s Sycamore nr 
Telegraph av 

Leonard William, laborer, res 210 Eighth 

Leonard — , laborer, res NE cor Atlantic and Wood 

Leonhard Frederick, proprietor Central Pacific Railroad 
House, NE cor Bay and Willow 

Leonhardt Henry, res 916 Kirkham 

•Leopold Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res S 
s Fourteenth nr Wood 

Leopoldo Antonio, miner Oakland Paving Co. 

Lepont F., res 701 Clay 

Leprotti Sisto, res 359 Ninth 

Leroy Alfred D., carpenter, res S s Prospect pi nr Broad- 
way, rear 

LEROY C, florist and rockman, SW cor Alice and Twelfth 

Lesher Charles, res S s Thirteenth nr Center 

Lesher Gertrude Mrs., res 957 Grove 

Lesher William F., conductor C. P. R. R., res N s Seven- 
teenth nr Cypress 

Leslie George, teamster, res 915 Fifth 

Leslie Hector, res 604 Seventeenth 

Lester Emma Mrs., domestic, 916 Filbert 

Lester — , res 1019 Chester 

Letowineult Peter, watchman D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Letter George, clerk with J. Letter, res SW cor Eleventh 
and Clay 

LETTER JACOB, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, 957 
Broadway, res 1019 Clay 

Leu Lee Jee (Chinese) laundry, NE cor Sixteenth and 
Broadway 

Levanway Alice Gertrude Miss, res 763 Eighth 

LEVANWAY WILLIAM A., physician, office and res 763 
Eighth 

LEVANWAY WILLIAM N., musician, res 763 Eighth 

Leveque Mary E. Miss, res 1067 Brush 

Lever A., laborer, res 812 Henry, rear 

Leverett Edward J., wild game, res 1903 West 

Levi Leonidas, engineer, res 1367 Market 

Levin Joseph, laborer, res E s Shattucknr University av, B. 

Levins Peter (Schoonover & Co.) res cor Short and Bay 

Levy Henry, bookkeeper with Christian Schreiber, res E s 
Grove bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Levy Henry R., clerk with A. N. Wachs, res 1216 Broadway 

Levy Lazard, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 951 
Broadway 

Levy Wolf, merchant tailor, 612 East 12th 



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Lewis Columbus E. (C. E. Lewis & Co.) res 1453 Brush 
LEWIS C. R. & CO. (Columbus E. Lewis) produce com- 
mission, 1009 Broadway 
Lewis Dio, lecturer, res 1207 Broadway 
Lewis Elgin, carriage blacksmith, res Baxter House 
Lewis George, blacksmith, res E s Eighth av bet East 11th 

and East 12th 
Lewis George W., bookkeeper with Shakespeare & Walter, 

res Franklin bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Lewis Howard H., student University, res First Club House 
Lewis John, drayman, res N s East 11th bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth avs 
Lewis John F., civil engineer, res 212 Fourth 
Lewis T. C. Mrs., res 1018 Adeline 
Lewis T. F., carpenter, res N s Taylor nr Willow 
Lewis Thomas, carriage maker with Northey & Wagar, res 

East Oakland Hotel 
LEWIS WILLIAM A., architect, 1116 Broadway 
Lewthwaite Alexander, bookkeeper with S. P. Taylor <fc Co. 

(S. F.) res E s Fifth av bet East 17th and East 18th 
Lexow Frederick, bootmaker, 1765 Seventh 
Leydecker Th. W. (Leydecker & Wieboldt, S. F.) res N s 

Thirteenth nr Willow 
LIBBEY BENJAMIN F., stairbuilder Oakland Point 

Planing Mill 
Libbey Frank M., stairbuilder with B. F. Libbey 
Libbey Joseph, carpenter, res SE cor Third and Peralta 
Liberty Hall, 835 Brush 
Lichtenthaler M. Miss, res 666 Tenth 
Lick W. H., engineer, res Eureka Hotel 
Liddicoat Mary Mrs., res E s Union nr Thirtieth 
Liebel Jacob jr., compositor Brooklyn Vidette, res East 14th 

bet Nineteenth and Twentieth avs 
Liebmann Louis, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 856 

Brush 
Liese Henry, butcher, 765 East 12th, res 763East 12th 
Lievaux Charles, cook with Eemillard & Bros., res NE cor 

Third and Jackson 
Liftchild Florence Miss, retoucher with Murry Dunham, res 

SE cor Eighteenth and Franklin 
Liftchild Harry, advertising solicitor Once-a-Week, res 

Bellevue House 
Liftchild Sarah Mrs., res 1376 Franklin 
Liliencrantz A., physician and surgeon, 1459 Telegraph av 
Linchecomb H. Mrs., widow, res 807 Jefferson 
Linchecomb Joseph, cook, res 807 Jefferson 



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Liucke Rudolph, carriage trimmer with Sohst Bros., res 718 

Myrtle 
Lincoln Grammar School, T. O. Crawford principal, NE cor 

Tenth and Alice 
Lincoln H. D., carpenter Northern R. R., res West Oakland 

House 
Lindeman Henry, carpenter, res cor Thirty-ninth and Grove 
Linderman J. H., cook Contra Costa Laundry 
Linderman J. C, broker (8. F.) res N s Fifth bet Filbert 

and Linden 
Lindsay C. Mrs., midwife, res NE cor East 12th and 

Twelfth av 
Lindsay John, painter, res NE cor East 12th and Eleventh av 
Lindsay Oliver, wellborer, res 825 Henry 
Lindsay Thomas, farmer W s College av nr Asylum, B. 
Lindsey James, painter, res El Dorado House 
Linehan Daniel J., barber, S s Seventh bet Wood and Pine 
Linnegar James, pantryman Tubbs' Hotel 
Lintop Charles, laborer, Roff's Hotel 

Lipman S., barber with F. W . Seeglitz, res Ninth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 
Lippmann & Salinger (A. Lippmann and A. M. Salinger) 

proprietors Cash Auction House, 476 Ninth 
Lippmann Abraham, dry and fancy goods, 903 Broadway 

(and Lippman & Salinger) res cor Ninth and Clay 
Lippold Bernard, tanner, res S sEast 12th nr Seventeenth av 
Lisbon Louis, coachman, Bay pi nr Broadway 
Lister Archibald, train dispatcher C. P. R. R., res 1019 

Chester 
Li tie Joseph H., clerk C. P. R. R. ; res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Litle William H., cigars and varieties, 1776 Seventh 
Littau Charles, dairy produce, NW cor Seventh and Clay 
Little Arthur L., carpenter, res 820 Sixteenth 
Little Frank, groceries, NE cor Brown and Market 
Little James R., clerk with Charles Jones, res 830 Sixteenth 
Little Joseph, expressman, res 514 East 12th 
Little Mary Miss, res 950 Filbert 
Little Samuel, woodturner Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 581 

Caledonia av 
Little William C. (Taylor & Co.) res W s Broadway bet 

Hawthorne and Moss avs 
Littlefield Charles A. (Shaw & Littlefield) res 672 Sycamore 
Littlefield J. W., engineer C. P. R. R. 
Littlejohn — , res W s Seventh av bet Easth 10th and East 

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OAKLAND [Jj] DIRECTORY. 291 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 17, Knights of Pythias, 1056 Broadway 

Liver John, painter, res 460 Fifth 

Livermore Horatio G., res cor Fourth av and McAdam E 

of Broadway 
Livermore Horatio P., capitalist, res bet Fourth av and Mc- 
Adam E of Broadway 
Liverpool and London and Globe Ins. Co., B. B. La ton 

agent, 906 Broadway 
Livingston Fred. S., carpenter, res S s Sycamore nr San 

Pablo av 
Livingston H. B-, reporter Transcript 
Livingstone Rosa M. Miss, student University 
Lloyd Benjamin E., book agent, res N s Second nr Jackson 
Lloyd John, assignee in bankruptcy (S. F.) res Fruit Vale 

av nr Ferndale 
Lloyd Richard, painter, res S s D wight waynr Shattuck, B. 
Lloyd Robert, gasfitter, res 805 Jefferson 
Loch Louis (Moller & Loch) res 1271 San Pablo av 
Lock Z., expressman, res SW cor William and Willow 
Locke William R. Mrs., res NE cor Alice and Durant 
Lockerman William, Berkeley Real Estate Office, N s Ban- 
croft way nr Dana, B. 
Lockington William N., architect, res N s Thirty -fifth nr 

San Pablo av 
Loebenstein Jacob, real estate and insurance agent, 915 

Broadway, res 831 Franklin 
LCEPER CHARLES, proprietor brass foundry, 904 Wash- 
ington 
Lceper Charles jr., brassfmisher with C. Lceper, res 1407 

Thirteenth 
Logan H. Clay, bookkeeper C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 12 Pear- 
son's Row 
Logan James Mrs., res W s Harrison bet Third and Fourth 
Logan Milburn H., student University 
Logan Oliver C, res N s Eleventh bet Castro and Brush 
Lohman I. (Lohman, Coghill & Rountree, S. F.) res SW 

cor Madison and Lake 
Lohman William, physician and surgeon, res 437 Eleventh 
Lohmann Henry, butcher United States Restaurant, res 1156 

Broadway 
Lohrmann John, pickle factory (S. F.) res 864 Chester 
Lohsen George, carpenter, res Fourth bet Washington and 

Broadway 
Lohsen John H., laborer, res N s Spring nr San Pablo av 
Lamballot Louis, proprietor Michel House, Redwood road 
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Lombard C. L., carpenter, res 224 Second 

Lonargin Michael, laborer W D. Co., res 802 Willow 

London Assurance Corporation, B. C. Dick agent, 1004 

Broadway 
Long Emery M., timekeeper W. D. Co., res 1464 Seventh 
Long Jens, carpenter, res Webster nr Booth 
Long John, laborer W. D. Co., res Magnolia bet Second and 

Third 
Long Lewis H., engineer, res S s Walton nr Grove 
Long L. H., carpenter, res 813 Henry 
Long Libbie Miss, res 617 Ninth 

Long Louis H., student University, res S s Walton nr Grove 
Long M. A. Mrs., res NE cor Taylor and Pine 
Long Mary E. Mrs., res 617 Ninth 
Long Thomas C, bookkeeper with A. McGerry, res Win- 

throp House 
Long William, butcher, res N s William bet Willow and 

Wood 
Longchamp Joseph, carpenter W. D. Co., res S s William 

bet Wood and Pine 
Longey William, clerk with C. Hollermann, res Clay bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Longfield Joseph, carpenter, res S s William bet Wood and 

Pine 
Look Charles K., sash and door maker with A. T. Elford & 

Co., res SE cor Eleventh av and East 15th 
Loomis John C, carriage painter with E. Bangle, res East 

Oakland Hotel 
Lopez Joseph, farmer, E s San Pablo av nr University av 
Lopez Juan, farmer, res W s Telegraph av opp Humboldt 

Park, Temescal 
Lorber Frank, res E s Wood bet Atlantic and William 
Lore William, porter with A. Diedrichsohn, res 1816 Seventh 
Lorensen Michael, carpenter, res NW cor Adeline and Third 
Loring Arthur, brakeman C. P. R. B., res 1054 Tenth 
LORING GEORGE Y., superintendent Oakland R. R. Co., 

res 1054 Tenth 
Loring Harriet G. Mrs., dressmaking, 211 Twelfth 
Loring Williston A., res SE cor Fifteenth and Castro 
Lorquin E. F., naturalist (S. F.) res E s Elm nr Hawthorne av 
Lothrop F. C. Mrs., res N s Forty-second nr Grove 
Lothrop G. W., general commission merchant, 1785 Seventh 
LOTKA & ZALUD (Winslow Lotka and John Zalud) pic- 
tures, frames and confectionery, 1217 Broadway 
Lotka Winslow (Lotka & Zalud) res 1217 Broadway 
Lott Niles N., printer Transcript, res Winsor House 



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OAKLAND [Xj] DIRECTORY. 293 

Loud Henry A., barber, 689 East 12th, res 1065 Twelfth av 

Loud Warren, merchant, res 1316 Seventh av 

Lougee C. H., carpenter, res 1513 Eighth 

Lough & Wilkinson (Harry S. Lough and W. J. Wilkinson) 
butchers, 800 Broadway 

Lough Harry S. (Lough & Wilkinson) res 516 Fifth 

Loughborough John N., pastor Seventh Day Adventists' 
Church, res N s Eighteenth bet Brush and Castro 

Louis Anton, laborer Clinton Flour Mill, res S s East 17th 
bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs 

Louis John, res 1178 Sixteenth av 

Louis Thomas, with Contra Costa Laundry 

Louisiana House, William Howlett proprietor, 420 First 

Loup T. M., res W s Elm nr Plymouth av 

Louphus Charles, telegraph operator (S. F.) res 811 Castro 

Louterbach Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Love George P., painter, 'res Thirteenth and Campbell 

Love James H., clerk, res 1364 Franklin 

Love William H., carpenter and builder, res 485 Bay pi 

Lovegrove George H., collector S. F. Gaslight Co., res E s 
Adeline nr Fourteenth 

Lovejoy Harvey P., mechanic, res 673 Tenth 

Loveland I.E., engineer C. P. R. R. steamers, res E s Pine 
nr Lincoln 

Loveland John F., teamster with Holbrook, Merrill & Co. 
(S. F.) res S s Taylor bet Willow and Wood 

Lovett Julia, widow, res 707 Fifth 

Lovius Albert (Miller & Lovius) res 1277 San Pablo av 

Low Benjamin K. (Medbury & Low) res cor Sixth and Dela- 
ware, W. B. 

Lowden Samuel, mining, res W s Center nr Tenth 

Lowden W. H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res W s Center nr Tenth 

Lowe Arthur J., student University, res W s Chapel nr Ban- 
croft way, B. 

Lowe James, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 420 First 

Lowe Lucy, with Cal Watch Co. 

Lowell Edgar L., clerk with Milbury & Burleson, res 955 
Jackson 

Lowell Emma A. Miss, organist, res NE cor Sixteenth and 
West 

Lowell John P., wool and hides (S. F.) res SW cor Eigh- 
teenth and Castro 

Lowell Nathan P., proprietor Eagle Warehouse (S. F.) res 
NE cor Sixteenth and West 

Lowell W. H., mining, res 953 Jackson 

Lowery John, gardener, W s Shattuck nr University av, B. 



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294 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lowrey Fred C, clerk Hathaway's Warehouse (S. F.) res 

1201 West 
Lowrey Fred J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1201 West 
Loyn Charles, saloon, 621 Broadway 
Lozier Albert, clerk (S. F.) res 1222 Eighth 
Lubbock Oswald, conductor C. P. R. R., res 562 East 11th 
Lucas Allan, jeweller with Cal. Watch Co.. res Park House, 

W. B. 
Lucas H. J., feed and training stable, W s Pine nr Seventh, 

res Division bet Wood and Pine 
Lucas N. B,, carpenter, res Eland House 
Lucas Robert B., carpenter, res 770 Twenty -first 
Lucas Timothy S., car repairer C. P. R. R., res S s Seven- 
teenth nr Cypress 
Lude Steven, painter, res S s Twenty-fourth nr Adeline 
Ludlow Charles H., laborer, res 832 Jefferson 
Ludlow William B., foreman repair department C. P. R. R., 

res SE cor Pine and Atlantic 
Ludwig H. P., widow, res W s Thirteenth av bet East 18th 

and East 19th 
Ludwig Maggie Miss, saleswoman with Walter E. Slate, res 

Sixteenth av bet East 13th and East 14th 
Ludwig Zacharias, cabinetmaker, res W s Sixteenth av bet 

East 14th and East 15th 
Lueger Frank, foreman Washington Brewery 
Luelling Henderson, clerk with G. W. Babcock res Ninth 

av bet East 14th and East 15th 
Luelling Mary Mrs., res 474 East 14th 
Luelling Oregon C, bookkeeper with G. W. Babcock, res 

470 Eighth 
Luff Charles, laborer with H. & J Pantoskey, res 562 

Fourth 
Lufkin Charles E., policeman City Hall, res 813 Market 
Lufkin Thomas H., carpenter and builder, res NE cor 

Twenty-first av and East 20th 
Lulley Louis (Mark Lulley & Co.) res 326 Twelfth 
LULLEY M. & SONS (Meno & Moses Lulley) auctioneers 

and commission merchants and furniture dealers, 462 

Eleventh 
Lulley Mark (Mark Lulley & Co.) res 326 Twelfth 
LULLEY MARK & CO. (Mark and Louis Lulley) adver- 
tising agency, 462 Eleventh 
Lulley Meno (M. Lulley & Sons) res 326 Twelfth 
Lulley Moses (M. Lulley & Sons) res 326 Twelfth 
Luna Frank, clerk, res E s Willow bet Seward and Lincoln 
Lund J. N., carpenter, res cor Booth and Webster 



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OAKLAND [L] DIRECTORY. 295 

Lund M. Cj commission merchant (S. F.) res S s Ninth nr 
Peralta 

Lundblad August, laundrjman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lundt Henry, cabinetmaker TV. D. Co., res 1716 Eighth 

LUNT FRANK G., proprietor Oakland Pharmacy, NE cor 
Seventh and Willow 

Lusk Horace B., carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res E s Tel- 
egraph road nr Summer, Temescal 

LUSK J. & CO. (Josiah Lusk) manufacturer hermetically 
sealed goods, canned fruits, etc., SE cor Telegraph road 
and Clifton, Temescal 

Lusk Josiah (J. Lusk & Co.) res N s Evoy av nr Adeline 

Lusk Louis P., mechanic with J. Lusk & Co., res E s Tele- 
graph road nr Summer, Temescal 

Lusier Louis O., portrait painter, studio 475 Ninth, room 
4, res NE cor Market and Eighteenth 

Luth Charles J. H., harnessmaker with William Hanley, res 
1114 Seventh av 

Luth John, wines and liquors, NE cor Eighth av and East 
Twelfth, res 1114 Seventh av 

Luther D., physician, res SW cor Lydia and Brush 

Luther Leonard, driver Contra Costa Laundry 

Lutkey George, salesman (S. F.) res 1255 Alice 

Luty F. E., real estate, 507 Montgomery (S. F.) res 924 
Filbert 

LUTZ & BERG (H. Lutz and M. A. Berg) mirrors, engrav- 
ings, cornices, etc., 1058 Broadway 

Lutz H. (Lutz & Berg) res 959 Webster 

Lutz Hermann, tinsmith with Ernst Schulcr, res N s Seward 
bet Wood and Pine 

Lux Joseph, baker with Paul & Beier, res 815 Broadway 

Lycurgus Thomas, laborer, res 553 Sixth 

Lycoming Fire Insurance Co. of Pennsylvania, B. C. Dick, 
agent, 1004 Broadway 

Lydon Patrick, laborer W. D. Co. 

Lyman John, with Contra Costa Laundry 

LYNCH EDWARD, atty-at-law, res 625 Chestnut 

Lynch Eugene (Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell) res 704 Webster 

Lynch H. J., tinsmith, res 733 Filbert 

Lynch Jeremiah, res N s Thirty-fourth bet Adeline and San 
Pablo av 

Lynch John, car repairer C. P. R. R., res E s Cedar bet 
Goss and Short 

Lynch John, carpenter, res Eland House 

Lynch John, clerk, res 310 Tenth 

Lynch John, laborer, res 810 Alice 



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296 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

Lynch John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 369 

Ninth 
Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell (Eugene Lynch, Patrick Maloney 

and Peter Fitzell) wood and coal, NW cor Washington 

and Fifth 
Lynch Mary, domestic, S s Tenth nr Kirkham 
Lynch Patrick, cartman, res S s Seventeenth nr Market 
Lynch Peter J., gardener, res 721 Filbert 
Lynch Thomas, laborer, res 310 Tenth 
Lynch W. F. B., county Superintendent Public Schools, 

office Court House, res Centerville 
LYNDE GEORGE L.., hardware, stoves, tinware, gasfitting 

and plumbing, 683 East 12th, res Fruit Vale av, nr 

East 27th 
Lynde L. L. Mrs., res 666 Tenth 
Lynde P. J., carpenter, res NW cor Seventeenth and Per- 

alta 
Lynde's Hall, 683 East 12th 
Lyon & Kinsey (J. L. Lyon and C. W. Kinsey) proprietors 

Centennial Auction House, SW cor Washington and 

Ninth 
Lyon J. L. (Lyon & Kinsey) res NW cor Twelfth and West 
Lyon W. S., res Mansion House 
Lyons Herbert H., physician, 1068 Broadway, res 555 

Charter 
Lyons John, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Magnolia nr 

Fourteenth 
Lyons Thomas M., builder, res N s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 
Lyons William, res 555 Charter 
Lyons William, laborer, res Capital Hotel 
Lyons — , clerk with G. W. McKeand 
Lyttle John A., mining, res N s Eighth nr Willow 

M 

Mabrey W. L., watchman W. D. Co., res S s Goss bet Wood 
and Willow 

Mabrv A. Y., money broker, 965 Broadway, res 329 Fifth 

MacBeth David, res 662 Fourth 

MacCann William, clerk Mission Woolen Mills (S. F.) res 
858 Castro 

MacDERMOTT CHARLES F., capitalist, res NE cor Sev- 
enth and Center 

MacDONALD CALVIN B., editor Once a Week, res 461 
Ninth 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 297 

MacGowan P. S., bookkeeper with Murphy, Grant & Co. 

(S. F.) res 175 Eighth 
MacLeod Alexander, calker, res E s Henry nr Fifth 
Macdonald John A. C, plumbing and gasfitting, E s Broad- 
way bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Macdonald John B., shipwright, res TV s Henry bet Third 

and Fifth 
Macdougall William J., professor music and organist St. 

Paul's Church, res SW cor Twelfth and Webster 
Mace William, Custom House officer, res E s Market nr 

Twenty-first 
Machale Thomas, tailor, res Eland House 
Machiera Carlo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Mack John, hostler with Hard & Howe, res S s Pacific nr 

Campbell 
Mack Patrick, laborer, res N s Thirteenth bet Peralta and 

Center 
Mack Patrick, laborer, res NW cor Adeline and First, rear 
Mackey John S., teamster Pioneer Mill, res 373 Second 
Mackie James B., clerk (S. F.) res Grand Western Hotel 
Mackie John H., patent sewer traps, NE cor Valley and 

Locust 
Mackie J. TV., res 9 Tenth 

Mackin John, carpenter and saloon, E s Choate nr Univer- 
sity av, B. 
Macklin Henry, res 308 Seventh 

Macomber Egbert, farmer, res cor Thirty-fourth and Chester 
MADDEN & NUNAN (F. Madden and John J. Nunan) 

marble works, 1214 Broadway 
Madden Daniel, laborer, res SE cor Sixteenth and Linden 
Madden F. (Madden & Nunan) res 1528 Broadway 
Madden Henry, plumber with O. C. Kirk, res 305 Third 
Madden Maggie, domestic, The Centennial 
Madden Michael, lather, res S s Summer nr San Pablo av 
Maddigan Martin, hostler with W. H. Glascock 
Maddigan Michael, horseshoer with A. J. Butterfield, res 

405 Tenth 
Maddock Morris, res 953 Webster 
Madigan John, laborer, res TV s San Pablo av nr Holyoke, 

W. B. 
Madilena A. J., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Madison Frank, laborer, res 864 Washington 
Madison George A., lather, res Winthrop House 
Madriaga Atanasio, laborer, res E s Lusk nr Evoy av 
Madsen Henry L., fruit and cigars, 1301 San Pablo av 
Madsen Julius A., carpenter, E s Market nr Seventeenth 



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298 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Madoras Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Madoras Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Magee David B. (Reed & Magee) res Central Pacific Hotel 

Magill H. J., with Alameda County Branch Home Mutual 
Insurance Co., res cor Chestnut and Buena Vista av, 
Alameda 

MAGILL ROBERT H., manager Home Mutual Insurance 
Co., Alameda County Branch, office SE cor Broadway 
and Ninth, res cor Chestnut and Buena Yista av, Ala- 
meda 

Magner Hannah, proprietor El Dorado House, 375 Eleventh 

Magiier Michael, painter, res SE cor Eleventh and Franklin 

Magnes Abraham, res 1163 Tenth av 

Maguire John, watchman Pioneer Planing Mill 

Maguire Kate, domestic D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Maguire S. Mis., res 1211 West 

Maguire Thomas, engineer C. P. R. R., res N s Chase bet 
Wood and Willow 

Mahan Edward, laborer, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Mahar William, conductor C. P.R. R., res 1120 Washington 

Maher Ghristopher, res McAdam nr Clifton 

Maher E., plumber with Dalziel & Moller 

Maher Frank W., student University 

Maher Henry, painter, res S s East 16th bet Tenth and 
Eleventh avs 

Maher John, carpenter W. D. Co., res Seventh nr Cedar 

Maher John, wines and liquors, 1303 San Pablo av, and pro- 
prietor St. Louis House, 415 Seventh 

Maher Mary, widow, res S s East 16th bet Tenth and Elev- 
enth avs 

Maher Walter, res S s East 16th bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 

Mahl Sidonia, widow, res 1224 Eighth 

Mahon Katie, domestic, 608 Seventeenth 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, res 560 Third 

Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, res SW cor Third and Grove 

Mahoney Timothy, laborer, res S s Linden av nr Telegraph 
av 

Mahony Redmond J., cashier with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res 
Grand Central Hotel 

Mahony Thomas, porter U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 669 Eighth 

Mailliard Joseph, student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 

Main A. F., accountant, res 658 Fifth 

Malcolm Ann Mrs., res N s University av opp Ellsworth, B. 

Maleplate Gustav, res Twelfth opp Lake Merritt 

MALETON EDWARD, barber and cigars, 919 Broadway, 
res 1606 San Pablo av 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 299 

Maleton Harry, wines and liquors, SE cor Twenty-second 
and San Pablo av 

Mallet J., French bakery, 617 Broadway 

Mallett & Hammon (John Mallett and W. P. Hammon) 
nurserymen, 4 James' Block 

Mallett John (Mallett & Hammon) res 4 James' Block 

Malley Michael, laborer W. D. Co., res E s Filbert bet Third 
and Fifth 

Mallon Michael, laborer, res 972 Third 

Malloney John, yard foreman C. P. R. R. 

Mallus Jennie Mrs., dressmaker, res 476 Twelfth 

Malm Charles A. (I). S. Martin & Co., S. F.) res 949 Willow 

Malone James, furniture (S. F.) res N s Walton nr Grove 

Malone O., laborer, res 810 Alice 

Maloney Dennis, laborer, res E s West nr Eighteenth 

Maloney James, laborer W. D. Co., res S s Third nr Myrtle 

Maloney John, laborer, res S s Eighteenth nr Market 

Maloney John H., laborer C. P. R. R., res Eighteenth bet 
Market and West 

Maloney M. L., res 1009 Franklin 

Maloney Patrick, carpenter, res cor Peralta and Twenty- 
eighth 

Maloney Patrick, laborer, res Overland House 

Maloney Patrick (Lynch, Maloney & Fitzell) res S s Eigh- 
teenth bet Market and West 

Maloney Patrick, shipjoiner, res N s William bet Pine and 
Cedar 

Maloney Peter, butcher, shop and res SW cor Shattuck and 
Shannon way, B. 

Maloney Thomas, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res N s 
Twenty-fourth nr Filbert 

Maloney Thomas, shoemaker with J. Green, res Winthrop 
House 

MALOON & CASWELL (Benjamin Maloon and Mason P. 
Caswell) feed, produce and groceries, SE cor Twelfth 
and Market 

Maloon Benjamin (Maloon & Caswell) res 1369 Market 

Maloon Benjamin F. (Maloon Bros.) res 1369 Market 

Maloon Bros. (Seth B. and B. F. Maloon) flour, grain, hay 
and feed, E s Broadway bet Seventeenth and Durant 

Maloon George E., carpenter, res 1369 Market 

Maloon Henry, clerk with Maloon Bros., res 814 Twenty- 
first 

Maloon Seth B. (Maloon Bros.) res S s Seventeenth bet 
Brush and West 

Maloy Mary, cook, NE cor Seventh and Center 



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300 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

MAMMOTH SALOON, John Bauer proprietor, 810 Broad- 
way 

Manchester Humphrey, res S s East 17th bet Sixth and 
Seventh avs 

Mandlebaum Fiesco, student University, res S s Bancroft 
way nr Choate, B. 

MANEFELD GEORGE, proprietor Vienna Chemical 
Steam Dyeing Works, 834 Broadway, res cor Sixth and 
Franklin 

Mangels Herman, proprietor East Oakland Brewery, and 
wines and liquors, SE cor East 12th Eighth av 

Mangen John C, horseshoer, res St. Louis House 

Manhattan Marble Co. of California, L. L. Alexander sec- 
retary, NW cor Filbert and First 

Manley Jedadiah M., special policeman, res 518 East 14th 

Manlove S. A., teamster Oakland Lumber Yard, res 666 
Ninth 

Manly Mary Ann, domestic with Hiram Tubbs 

Mann Albert W., clerk with Sather & Co. (S. F.) res N s 
Fifteenth bet Clay and Jefferson 

Mann B. F., capitalist, res St. James House 

Mann Edwin E., driver Oakland R. R., res cor Forty -ninth 
and Telegraph av, Temescal 

Mann N. J., res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Mannie Marcel, engineer, res NE cor East 10th and Tenth av 

Manning Daniel W., machinist Cal. Watch Co., res E s Sev- 
enth nr Delaware av, W. B 

Manning J., res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Manning Julia Miss, res 1679 Atlantic 

Manning Patrick J., carpenter, res SW cor Pacific and 
Campbell 

Manning Timothy, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Central 
Pacific Railroad House 

Manning W. L, machinist Cal. Watch Co., res Park House, 
W. B. 

Manrow John, machinist C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 
Hotel 

Mansen Henry, laborer C. P. R. R., res SW cor William 
and Campbell 

Mansfield George, res 827 Franklin 

Mansfield James, 2d office Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

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 
Fifteenth av and East 12th 



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Mansons Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Man tor J. Warren, paper carrier, res 662 Brown 

Manuel George S., pressman Signs of the Times, res 708 

Eleventh 
Manuel George W., res NE cor Fourteenth and Castro 
Manuel L., res N s Bristol nr Seventh, W. B. 
Manzen Henry, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res cor Campbell 

and William 
Maple Leaf Nursery, L. M. Newsom proprietor, 151 East 

12th 
Marano Meranda, vaquero, res Forty-seventh nr Shattuck, 

Temescal 
Marble William D., boot and shoemaker, 480 Eighth 
Marc Antonio, carpenter with Power & Ough, res N s East 

14th bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth avs 
March Mary, widow, res E s Brush bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth 
Marchand Aimy D., photographic artist, res N s Sixteenth 

nr Kirkham 
Marchand Frank, carpenter, res N s Sixteenth nr Clay 
Marchand J. E., res Berkeley Hotel 

Marcus Isaiah, auction store, 869 Broadway, res 580 Charter 
Margo Joseph, photographer, NE cor Seventh and Peralta 
Mariante Wm. F., proprietor Eastern Hotel, 714 East 12th 
Marietich Andrew, res 465 Fourth 

Mariotte Noel, civil and mechanical engineer, res 556 Six- 
teenth 
Maristany Joseph, wholesale liquors (S. F.) res Eighth bet 

Adeline and Union 
Markey Mary, domestic, E s Telegraph av bet Plymouth av 

and Edwards 
Marklen Josephine Mrs., res 662 Alice 
Markley Frank, jeweler, res 718 Fourth 
Markley George W., carpenter, res 760 Brush 
Marks Aaron, dealer glass, doors, windows, blinds, etc., 424 

Eighth, res 855 Clay 
Marks Anton, res ^ s East 14th bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth avs 
Marks James, lather, res nr R. R. station, B. 
MARKS LOUIS, groceries and liquors, store and res SE 

cor Second and University av, B. 
Marks Morris, driver with A. Marks, res 424 Eighth 
Marks Samuel, hostler Downing's Livery and Stage Stable, 

res 368 Eighth 
Marolf Christ,' hog ranch, Thirty-ninth bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs 



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302 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Marquardsen & Becker (Charles Marquardaen and Fred. 

Becker) butchers, SW cor Castro and Sixth 
Marquardsen Charles (Marquardsen & Becker) res SW cor 

Castro and Sixth 
Marquardt JohnG. Rev., pastor Evangelical Association, res 

N s Thirteenth nr Campbell 
Marquart W., laborer Washington Brewery, NE cor Broad- 
way and Sixth 
MARQUES JOHN, proprietor Post Office Restaurant, 459 

Ninth 
Marr Archibald C, shipwright W. D. Co., res Cedar bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Marr R. H., foreman shipwright C. P. R. R. 
Marriner M. B., painter, res 958 Webster 
Marriner Silas H., foreman W. D. Co., res N s Nineteenth 

nr Market 
Marsden Richard, porter C. P. R. R., res 370 Second 
Marsh Alice Miss, res SW cor Eighth and Castro 
Marsh C. C, res 666 Ninth 
Marsh Charles, engraver California Watch Co. 
Marsh C. P., capitalist, res SW cor Eighth and Castro 
Marsh E. B., dealer stocks, res 1408 Eighth 
Marsh John, baker Cosmopolitan Hotel (S. F.) res 173 

Eighth 
Marsh John, builder, res 1116 Broadway 
Marsh John C, atty-at-law, res SW cor Eighth and Castro 
Marsh M., real estate, res NW cor Thirtieth and Adeline 
Marsh Maggie Miss, res SW cor Eighth and Castro 
Marsh Sarah Miss, res SW cor Eighth and Castro 
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 Frank J., foreman Oakland Wharf, res N s Pacific 

bet Wood and Willow 
Marshall George W., res 605 Sixth 
Marshall John, carpenter, res 165 Seventh 
Marshall John, saloon (S. F.)res 813 Center 
Marshall John C, cooper, res 831 Seventh 
Marshall W., fireman C. P. R. R. 
Marson Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
MARSTON & ADAMS (Samuel I. Marston and George A. 

Adams) real estate agents, NW cor Washington and 

Seventh 
Marston B. S., clerk U. S. Mint (S. F.) res W s Broadway 

nr Twentieth 



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Marston Charles A., res 1257 Jackson 

Marston Charles A., bookkeeper with Marston & Adams, 

NW cor Washington and Seventh 
Marston Frank A., harness and saddlery, NE cor Broadway 

and Eleventh, res W s Campbell nr Twelfth 
Marston J. S., watchman U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1257 

Jackson 
Marston P. F., builder, res Fruit Vale av 
Marston Samuel I. (Marston & Adams) res W s Harrison 

nr Sixth 
Martel Melissa Mrs., ladies nurse, res 366 Fourth 
Martell Joseph, bootblack stand, 455 Seventh, res N s Four- 
teeth bet Franklin and Webster 
MARTENS & REIER (John Martens and Henry Keier) 

fancy and staple dry goods, 1159 Broadway 
Martens Joseph, dairy, N s Thirty-third nr San Pablo av 
Martens John (Martens & Reier) res 663 Sixth 
Martin Addison, res W s Seventh av bet East 10th and 

East 11th 
Martin Aurelius F., student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Martin Bartholomew, farmer, W s Fifth nr Holyoke, B 
Martin C. S., carpenter, res NW cor A and Hannah 
Martin Daniel E., superintendent Pacific Ice Co. (S. F.) res 

1323 Harrison 
Martin Daniel S., (D. S. Martin & Co., S. F.) res E s Camp- 
bell nr Eighth 
Martin Ebinezer, bricklayer with Cameron tt McDonald, 

res cor Twenty-first and Curtis 
Martin Edward J. jr., superintendent's clerk S. P. P. P., 

res 720 Seventh 
Martin Frank H., framemaker with Lutz & Berg, res W s 

Ninth av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Martin Frederick P., res 55 Valley 
Martin George P., laborer C. P. P. P., res N s Fifth bet 

Henry and Chester 
Martin George W., rigger, res 1864 Seventh 
Martin James, brakeman C. P. P. P. 
Martin James, laborer, res Overland House 
Martin James, sheetiron pipemaker, res Overland House 
Martin James C, atty-at-law, 15-16 Wilcox block, res 1266 

Grove 
Martin James L., carpenter, res 319 Fourth 
Martin James S., nurseryman, SW cor Sixth and Folsom, 

W. B. 
Martin JohnH., laborer, res 1519 Third 



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304 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

MARTIN J. WEST, president Union Savings Bank, res 56 

Seventh 
Martin, Kroll & Co. (William H. Martin, W. F. Kroll and 

W. T. Wood) fruit, candy and cigars, Seventh-st (Broad- 
way station) 
Martin Mary, domestic, 753 Eighth 
Martin M. S., stockbroker, res SW cor Eleventh av and East 

15th 
Martin Nancy, housekeeper, 963 Center 
Martin Oscar S., student University 
Martin Peter E., painter with C. B. Rutherford 
Martin Robert, car repairer C. P. R. R., res N s Berkeley 

way nr Shattuck, B. 
Martin Robert W., stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mill, res 

W s Ninth av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Martin Samuel, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe, res Linden 

bet First and Third 
Martin Spencer, atty-at-law, adjuster and insurance agent, 

1106 Broadway, res 958 Webster 
Martin Thomas, fireman C. P. R. R., res 864 Campbell 
Martin Will N., student University 
Martin William, carpenter, ..res N s Taylor nr Willow 
Martin William H. (Martin, Kroll & Co.) res cor Clay and 

Eighth 
Martin — , butcher with T. W. Thacker, cor Third and 

Filbert 
Martin William, res 479 East 10th 
Martinez C. K. Mrs., teacher Golden Gate Academy 
Martter & Leber (Jacob Martter and John Leber) painters 

and paper hangers, 460 Fifth 
Martter Jacob (Martter & Leber) res 460 Fifth 
Martyn William P., carpenter, res Taylor nr Willow 
Marwedel Charles F., machinists' supplies (S. F.) res Blake 

House 
Marx David B., student University, res Chi Phi House 
Marx — Mrs., res Fruit Vale county road nr Putnam 
Maschfaux David, tanner with G. F. Crist 
Maskell John (Maskell & Summerfield, S. F.) res N s Ed- 
wards nr Telegraph av 
Mason Andrew J., miner, res N s East 17th bet Seventh and 

Eighth avs 
Mason C. H., res E s San Pablo av nr Delaware, W. B. 
Mason H. J., barkeeper stmr Capital 
Mason I. M., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Mason James, res E s Thirteenth av bet East 15th and East 

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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 305 

Mason" James L., waiter Nicboll House Restaurant 

Mason Jesse D., teacher penmanship, 454 Twelfth, res N s 

Thirteenth bet Wood and Willow 
Mason John, bootmaker with Frederick Lexow, res Railroad 

House 
Mason John A., laborer, res 1210 Seventh 
Mason John Reuben, agent San Jose Woolen Mills (S. F.) 

res 1263 Webster 
Mason Marcus, stock ranch, res 228 Ninth 
MASON W. C. & CO. (W. C. Mason and Charles Packard) 

groceries, liquors and crockery, 301 East 12th 
Mason W. H. A., live stock, res Grand Central Hotel 
Mason William C. (W. C. Mason & Co.) res 366 East 14th 
Mason William H., atty-at-law, res 804 Willow 
Masonic Hall Association, George W. Drake president, 

Joseph J. Hollywood secretary, office NE cor Seventh 

and Willow 
Masonic Halls, SW cor Broadway and Eighth, and NE cor 

Seventh and Willow 
Masjjero Angelo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Massie John, conductor C.P. R. R., res S s Lincoln nr Willow 
Masson P. B. F. Mine, teacher French, 462 Twelfth 
Mastick George H., student University 
Mastick Reuben W. student University 

Matcovich Frank, cook, res E s Lewis bet Fifth and Seventh 
Mather Solon H., res 317 Sixth 
Matheson Daniel H., carpenter W. D. Co., res S s Seventh 

bet Union and Magnolia 
Matheson Mary M., domestic, 1720 Third 
Mathews & Allen (E. G. Mathews and Charles E. Allen) real 

estate agents, 6o5 East 12th 
MATHEWS C. G. A., proprietor United States Restaurant, 

1154 Broadway, res 1156 Broadway 
Mathews E. G. (Mathews k Allen) res 104 East 12th 
Mathews Henry, res 1019 Fifth av 
Mathews J. C, architect, Union Bank Building, res N s 

Durant bet Broadway and Franklin 
Mathews John, carpenter, res N s East 16th bet Seventh and 

Eighth avs 
Mathews Peter, farmer, res E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 
Mathews William H. J., res W s Webster bet Twenty-first 

and Twenty-second 
Ma£hews W. J., architect, res N s Durant bet Broadway and 

Franklin 
Mathewson James, clerk with H. Bownan, res cor Twenty- 
fifth and Webster 



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Mathewson James, dairy, res cor Twenty-fifth and Webster 
MATHEWSON PETER, groceries and liquors, SE cor 

Fourth and Webster, res 369 Webster 
Mathey Pauline, domestic with W. A. Bray 
Mathias Margaret, domestic, 915 Myrtle 
Mathias Thomas, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Mathiesen Dennis, laborer, res 865 Twenty-second 
Mathieu Adrien, baker, res 519 Fourth 
Mathisen Lena, domestic, SE cor Adeline and Tenth 
Matson William, musician, res 371 Ninth 
MATTERN HARRY, proprietor Centennial Meat Market, 

shop and res NW cor Ninth and Webster 
Mattern Henry, speculator, res NW cor Ninth and Webster 
Mattingly John A., clerk with Ledden, Whipple & Co. (S. 

F.J res 719 Jefferson 
Mattingly Richard C, carpenter, res 719 Jefferson 
Mattingly Simeon, mining, res 719 Jefferson 
Mattingly William T., collector Alameda County Branch 

Home Mutual Ins. Co., res 719 Jefferson 
Mattox William, farmer, res S s Thirteenth nr Wood 
MAU CHARLES, architect, SE cor Broadway and Eighth, 

res NE cor Jefferson and Fifteenth 
Maupin Alexander, druggist, res 1116 Broadway 
Mauvais Zeno, agent Florence Sewing Machines, 456 Twelfth, 

res 278 Thirteenth 
Mauzy Byron, clerk with Kohler & Chase, res 730 Eleventh 
Mauzy R. D. & W. P., physicians, 1104 Broadway 
Mauzy Reuben D. (R. D. <fc W. P. Mauzy) physician, 1104 

Broadway, res 730 Eleventh 
Mauzy William P. (R. D. & W. P. Mauzy) physician, 1104 

Broadway, res 730 Eleventh 
Maxwell Benjamin F., clerk with William B. Ellwood, res 

NW cor Twelfth and Kirkham 
Maxwell G. H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Maxwell James, broker (S. F.) res East 14th nr Twenty- 
second av 
Maxwell M. L., widow, res 475 Ninth 
Maxwell Walter, res NW cor East 15th and Eleventh av 
Maxwell William A., official reporter Probate Court (S. F.) 

res 1356 Franklin 
May & Alga (J. H. May and Richard Alga) butchers, S s 

Seventh bet Henry and Chester 
May Alexander W., livery stable, Twelfth av and East ljth, 

and superintendent E. O., F. V. and M. S. R. R., res 

East 14th nr Fruit Vale av 
May E. A. (Grosso & May) res 1225 Webster 



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OAKLAND [ M ] -DIRECTORY. 307 

May J. H. (May & Alga) res S s Seventh bet Chester and 

Henry 
May William B., atty-at-law, res E s Webster nr Durant 
Mayborn C. G., farmer, res SE cor San Pablo av and Forty- 
second 
Mayer Adolph, upholsterer, store and res 619 East 12th 
Mayer John, tinsmith, res 216 Eleventh 
Mayer Eichard, res E s Union nr Thirty-second 
MAYES GEORGE, restaurant, 1215 Broadway, res 1209 

Broadway 
Mayhew A. H., wheat merchant, res SW cor Third av and 

East 12th 
MAYOR OAKLAND CITY, E. H. Pardee, City Hall 
McAdam Alexander, carpenter, res Humboldt House 
McAlister J. H., Central W T ood Depot (S. F.) res 934 Linden 
McArdle Sarah, domestic D. and I), and B. Asylum 
McArthur Daniel, tailor, NE cor Seventh and Cedar 
McArthur John, clerk, res NE cor Seventh and Cedar 
McArthur Lulla Mrs., teacher music, res 462 Twelfth 
McAvery Bernard, engineer C. P. E. E., res W s Campbell 

bet Pacific and Atlantic 
McAvinn Patrick, fireman C. P. E. E., res cor Fifteenth 

and Cypress 
McAVOY HUGH (Beaudry & McAvoy) res Sixth bet Web- 
ster and Harrison 
McBean Alexander, contractor, res 967 Jackson 
McBean P. McG. (Gladding, McBean & Co.) res 501 

Geary (S. F.) 
McBride James, wood carver W. D. Co., res S s William bet 

Wood and Pine 
McBrien James, laborer, res Lynn nr Thirteenth av 
McBrien Jane, widow, res 1021 Third 
McBrine Patrick, coachman, res 759 Castro 
McCABE & COX (Michael McCabe and P. M. Cox) gro- 
ceries and liquors, 838 Market 
McCabe Edward, laborer, res NE cor Seventh av and East 

17th 
McCabe J., plasterer, res 824 Twenty-second 
McCabe Michael (McCabe & Cox) res 837 Market 
McCabe Nicholas, carpenter, res Winthrop House 
McCafferty Daniel, teamster with W. F. Hughes, res Char- 
ter Oak Hotel 
McCafferty Eose, domestic, NE cor Eighth and Jefferson 
McCaffery John, plumber with J. Spencer, res 410 Tenth 
McCain Nicholas, carpenter, res Winthrop House 
McCall George, boiler maker, res 729 Myrtle 



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308 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

MeCALLUM JOHN G., atty-at-law, Union Bank Building, 

room 9, res 1115 Jackson 
McCan Frank A., carpenter, res N s Brown bet Grove and 

Telegraph av 
McCargal Fannie A. Miss, bookkeeper with Murry Dunham, 

res NW cor Telegraph av and Seventeenth 
McCarroll Henry W., pressman Pacific Press, res cor Eigh- 
teenth and Broadway 
McCarthy & Stephenson (Timothy McCarthy and Stanley 

Stephenson) painting and whitening, 361 Eighth 
McCarthy Daniel, calker W. D. Co., res N s Taylor nr Pine 
McCarthy Jeremiah, res cor Fourth and Delaware, W. B. 
McCarthy Jeremiah, draughtsman, res Winthrop House 
McCarthy Mary Miss, res E s Peralta bet Third and Fifth 
McCarthy Michael, laborer, res S s Pacific nr Campbell 
McCarthy Pafc'ick, fireman stmr Capital 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, res 812 Pine 
McCarthy Thomas, waiter Russell House Restaurant, res 

112 Pacific 
McCarthy Timothy (McCarthy & Stephenson) res 363 

Eighth, rear 
McCarthy Timothy, laborer, res Union Hotel 
McCarthy T. J., printer Evening Democrat, res S s Pacific 

nr Campbell 
McCartney Harry, painter, res Sixth av nr East 16th 
McCartney Patrick, horse trainer with H. J. Lucas 
McCarty Charles, stableman, res El Dorado House 
McCarty Charles C, student University, res N s Dwight 

way nr Humboldt av, B. 
McCarty Daniel, plumber, res El Dorado House 
McCarty Edward, laborer, res Eagle House 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
McCarty John, carpenter, res S s Evoy av nr Adeline 
McCarty Patrick, waiter, res Charter Oak Hotel 
McCartv William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill res 517 

Ninth 
McCaskell Hugh, blacksmith, 608 Broadway 
McCaskell John, blacksmith with Hugh McCaskell, 608 

Broadway 
McCaslin Andrew, teamster, res W s Ninth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
McCaughan Hugh, res Clay bet Eighth and Ninth 
McCauley James, laundryman Contra Costa Latindry 
McCHESNEY JOSEPH B., principal High School cor 

Market and Twelfth, and President Oakland Library, 

res 1350 Franklin 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 309 

McClain James C, capitalist, res Winsor House 
McClaiu John, fireman stmr Capital, res 361 Third 
McClain John sr., res 1011 Eleventh av 
McClanahan Absolom, laboi-er, res 572 Fourth 
McClanahan Robert, with W. W. McKenzie, res 570 Fourth 
McClane Gustavus T., expressman, cor Broadway and 

Eighth, res E s Myrtle bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
Fourth 
McClellan George, laborer, res Twenty-sixth nr San Pablo av 
McClelland Henry S., carpenter, res SW cor Twenty-fifth 

and Broadway 
McClenny William S., 4 painter, res SE cor Temescal and 

Telegraph av 
MeCLEVERTY & NOBLETT (Charles McCleverty and 

Robert Noblett)) proprietors Fashion Livery Stable, 

860 Broadway 
McCleverty Charles (McCleverty & Noblett) res 567 Eighth 
McClintock Joseph, teamster, res S s East 16th bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth avs 
McCloud Edward, fireman Oakland Ferrv 
McCloud R. H., postal clerk C. P. R. R., res 1603 Brush 
MeCLURE DAVID Rev., principal California Military 

Academy, E s Telegraph av nr Prospect pi 
McClure Samuel, timekeeper W. D. Co., res E s Wood bet 

Eighth and Chase 
MeCLURE STEWART Major, res E s Telegraph av nr 

Prospect pi 
McClure A. T., physician, res 325 Sixth 
McCoggan — , farmer, res 960 Clay 
McComb Barron, carpenter, res SW cor Thirty-fourth and 

Chestnut 
McComb Carroll, res SW cor Thirty -fourth and Chestnut 
McComb John, editor Alta California (S. F.) res W s 

Second nr Vernon, Temescal 
McComb Martha E. Mrs., res SW cor Thirty-fourth and 

Chestnut 
McComb Mary M. res Es Filbert bet Twelfth and Fourteenth 
McCombs Jane, chambermaid Railroad Avenue Hotel 
McConnell D., with Oakland Planing Mill 
McConnell George F., clerk with Cadogan & Co., res 962 

Clay 
McConnell James D., harness and saddlery, 469 Sixth 
McConnell John, laborer, res Ws Adeline nr Twenty -second 
McConnell Mary A.,- boarding, 962 Clay 
McConnell William V., harnessmaker with J. D. McCon- 
nell, res 469 Sixth 



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310 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

McCool Henry, laborer, res Overland House 

McCord Arthur, painter, res NW cor Grove and Twenty-sixth 

McCormick Anna Miss, dressmaker, res 1720 Eighth 

McCormick Ellen Mrs., res 682 Sycamore 

McCormick H. B. (W. P. Haynes & Co.) res 1322 Harrison 

McCormick John J., brass molder, res S s William bet 

Cedar and Bay 
McCormick L. C, clerk with Gladding, Surrylme & Co., res 

Nicholl House 
McCormick — , brass molder, res 1522 Seventh 
McCourt Patrick B. (Buck & McCourt) res 1573 Broadway 
McCourtney A. I., contractor, res N s Hawthorne av bet 

Webster and Telegraph av 
McCOURTNEY J. F., artist, 1004 Broadway, res cor Tele- 
graph and Evoy avs 
McCourtney M. P., farmer, E s Telegraph av nr Evoy av 
McCover Bridget Miss, res W s Castro nr Nineteenth 
McCoy Charles, res 62 East 12th 
McCracken George S., collector with Freeman & Jafre, res 

623 Filbert 
McCracken John H., carpenter and cabinet maker, res cor 

East 15th and Twentieth av 
McCrimmon Kenneth, carpenter and builder, res SE cor 

Twenty -ninth and West 
McCrindle William, manager Glasgow Iron and Metal Im- 
porting Co. (S. F.) res S s Short nr Pine 
McCruden Andrew, horseshoer with M. Casey & Son, res 

418 Seventh 
McCrum Mrs., res 1229 Webster 
McCullough Ballentine, carpenter, res S s Fourteenth nr 

Kirkham 
McCullough H. T., porter C. P. R. B., res W s Chester nr 

Third 
McCullough James, carpenter, res 310 Fifth 
McCully James, stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill, res 

S s Fourth nr Market 
McCune Henry painter, res Eland House 
McCurdy Robert, res 358 Fourth, rear 
McCutcheon Robert, wines and liquors, 370 Eighth 
McCutcheon William, teamster, res 210 Eighth 
McDanel Margaret, widow, res 617 Fifteenth 
McDaniel Hibbard, teamster with Charles Jones, res S s 

Fifteenth nr Jones 
MeDANIELS THOMAS J., wholesale and retail liquors, 

NW cor Seventh and Wood, res N s Twelfth bet Wood 

and Willow 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 311 

McDearnon "William, plasterer, res Eureka Hotel <-» 

McDermott Michael, laborer, res Overland House 
McDevitt Ellen, domestic, S s Dwight way nr Ellsworth, B. K 
McDevitt John, res W s Shattuck nr Forty-fifth .. 

McDonald Andrew, laborer, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- £ 

graph av _ H 

McDonald Angus, carpenter with Cameron Sc McDonald, res JE 

768 Willow 3 

McDonald Anthony, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel Sy 

McDonald Bridget, domestic with H. P. Livermore ^ 

McDonald C. Mrs., fruits and vegetables, N s University av |m 

nr Shattuck, B. ^» 

McDonald Charles, carpenter, res N s University av nr ~ 

Shattuck, B. g 

McDonald Cornelius, laborer, res 860 Lydia h* 

McDonald James, carpenter, res 477 Eighth 
McDonald James, carpenter, res N"W cor Twenty-first av ~ 

and East 20th £ 

McDonald James M. jr., student University *• 

McDonald John, carpenter, res X s University av nr Shat- 
tuck, B. 
McDonald John E., stockbroker, res 1259 Eighth » 
McDonald Joseph B. (Cameron & McDonald) res 818 Myrtle 
McDonald Mary, widow, res 963 Castro 
McDonald Matthew, deckhand steamer Capital 
McDonald M. S. Mrs., res 854 Brush 
McDonald Murdoch, lather, res E s Harlan nr Peralta 
McDonald Thomas, blacksmith's helper C. P. R. R. 
McDonald Thomas H., boxmaker (S. F.) res E s Linden nr 

Thirtieth 
McDonald William, carpenter, res S s Fifth nr Chester 

ter 
McDonald William, contractor, res N s Berkeley way nr 

Shattuck, B. 
McDonnell John B., clerk Berkeley Real Estate Union, res 

1117 Castro 
McDonnell M. Creamer, secretary Berkeley Real Estate 

Union, r 1117 Castro 
McDonnell Michael, president and manager Berkeley Real 

Estate Union, res 1117 Castro 
McDonnell Patrick, laborer TV. D. Co. 
McDougall Hatch TV., carpenter, res NE cor Dwight way 

and Shattuck, B. j^ 

McDougall Hugh, carpenter, W s Shattuck nr Dwight way, i * 

Berkeley 
McDowell Eleanor, widow, res W s Pine nr Seward 



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312 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

McDowell William A., civil engineer C. P. R. P., res W s 

Pine nr Seward 
McEachen Duncan, shipwright, res W s Lewis bet Third 

and Fifth 
McEathan Daniel, carpenter, res 508 Eighth 
McEathan John, carpenter, res 508 Eighth 
McElrath J. E., atty-at-law, 528 California (S. F.) res 668 

Sixteenth 
McElroy James, groceries and liquors, 528 Seventh 
McElroy Michael, hostler with Newland & Puinyea, res 462 

Seventh 
McEnnis Alex., res cor East 23d and Twenty -first av 
McEvoy James, plasterer, res St. Louis Hotel 
McFadden John, laborer, res S s Thirteenth nr Kirkham 
McFadden Patrick, teamster Mendocino Lumber Yard 
McFarland Duncan, engineer C. P. P. R., res Union Hotel 
McFarlaml John (Ekey & McFarland) res 517 Ninth 
McFee Benjamin, plasterer, res 831 Seventh 
McFee J. A., carpenter, res 559 Seventeenth 
McGann Anthony, plasterer, res 458 Fifth 
McGarry Andrew, proprietor Winthrop House, 409 Seventh, 

and saloon, SE cor First and Broadway 
McGarry Maggie, chambermaid Grand Central Hotel 
McGauley Thomas, carpenter, res 957 Jefferson 
McGee Edward, blacksmith with Nelson & Peterson, res E 

s San Pablo av nr University av, W. B. 
McGee Edward, gardener, res St. Louis House 
McGee Peter, farmer, res E s San Pablo av nr University 

av, W. B. 
McGee James, farmer, res Higgins' road nr Shattuck, B. 
McGeeney Ann, domestic, 1002 Adeline 

McGeorge Horatio D., res W s Broadway nr Hawthorne av 
McGETTIGAN BROS. (Patrick F. and Wm. J. McGetti- 

gan) proprietors Star Bakery, SE cor William and Wil-low 
McGettigan Patrick F. (McGettigan Bros.) res SE cor Wil- 
liam and Willow 
McGettigan Patrick J., baker with McGettigan Bros., res 

SE cor William and Willow 
McGettigan William J. (McGettigan Bros.) res SE cor Wil- 
liam and Willow 
McGibeny James B., professor music, res NE cor Valley 

and Locust 
McGillivray John D., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
McGillivray Joseph, res SE cor Madison and Eleventh 
McGillivray William, student University, res SE cor Eleventh 

and Madison 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 313 

McGinuis Bernard, res 472 East 11th 

McGinnis Mathew, laborer, res W s Magnolia bet Second 
and Third 

McGivney James, plumber and gasfitter, store and res 965 
Franklin 

McGivney Mollie Miss, milliner, N s Seventh bet Cedar and 
Bay ' 

McGivney Thomas, brass molder, res N s Seventh bet Bay 
and Cedar 

McGlone Catherine, cook, SW cor Chapel and University 
av, B. 

McGlone Henry, tinsmith C. P. R. R. 

McGOVERN & CAHILL. (Andrew J. McGovern and James 
Cahill) French and American paper hangings, decorat- 
ing, fresco painting and window shades, 1157 Broadway 

McGovern Andrew J. (McGovern & Cahill) res cor Twenty- 
seventh and San Pablo av 

McGovern John, lather, res 1051 Franklin 

McGovern Michael, laborer, res S s Locust nr San Pablo av 

McGovern Thomas, laborer, res Webster nr Fifteenth 

McGovern Thomas, laborer, res First av nr East 11th 

McGowan Patrick, laborer, res N s Atlantic bet Cedar and 
Bay 

McGowen Martin, expressman with Johnson & Fowler, res 
S s Laurel bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

McGrath B., res N s Forty -fifth nr Telegraph av 

McGRATH JAMES, blacksmith and horseshoer, E s San 
Pablo av nr San Pablo Station, res cor Market and 
Thirty-fourth 

McGrath John, carpenter, res St. Louis House 

McGrath Mary, domestic, 770 Tenth 

McGrath Michael, dairy, cor Nineteenth and Kirkham 

McGrath Michael, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res 1842 
Grove 

McGraw George, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 714 Ninth 

McGraw John, res 714 Ninth 

McGraw John, carpenter, res 920 Franklin 

McGraw Michael, laborer, res 714 Ninth 

McGraw Patrick, laborer, res Forty-ninth nr Shattuck 

McGraw Roderick, carpenter, res 559 Sixth 

McGregor Charles B., laborer W. D. Co., res 1524 Fifth 

McGregor John, carpenter W. D. Co., res 920 Franklin 

McGregor Robert, carpenter, res W s Jefferson bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth , 

MeGREW P. H., carriagemaker and blacksmith, 1062 Thir- 
teenth av, res Eleventh av bet East 18th and East 19th 



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314 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

McGrortay Patrick, laborer, res NE cor Telegraph av and 

Twenty-eighth 
McGuinn Mathias, laborer, res 510 Second 
McGuinn Michael, gardener, res SW cor Taylor and Camp- 
bell 
McGuire Francis, res cor Telegraph road and University av, 

Berkeley 
McGuire Frank, gardener, res Mansion House 
McGuire James, laborer, res Overland House 
McGuire James, teamster, res junction Telegraph road and 

University av, B. 
McGuire J. M., engineer W. D. Co., res 1718 Chase 
McGuire John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
McGuire Milton, machinist C. P. R R., res 1718 Chase 
McGuire Thomas E., engineer W. D. Co., res N s Chase nr 

Wood 
McGuire William, farmer, cor Telegraph road and Univer- 
sity av, B. 
McHaffie James, carpenter, res 1003 Webster 
McHale Thomas, tailor with John Carter, res Eland House 
McHenry John, student University, res S s University av nr 

Choate, B. 
McHenry Mary Miss, student University, res S s University 

av nr Choate, B. 
McHenry Samuel, commission merchant (S. F.) res 776 

Tenth 
McHugh John, proprietor Beale-st Warehouse (S. F.) res 

817 Jackson 
Mclnerney John, res E s Watts nr Park av 
Mclnerney Thomas, butcher (S. F.) res E s Watts nr Park av 
Mclnerty Martin, laborer W. D. Co. 
McINNIS ALEXANDER, lime, cement, plaster, hair, etc, 

S s Seventh bet Market and Brush, res E s Chester nr 

Fifth 
Mclntyre Sophia Miss, res 1018 Adeline 
Mclntyre Thomas, brakeman C. P. B,. R. 
Mclvain Patrick, fireman Oakland Ferry 
Mclver Charles, farmer, San Pablo av f mile N Cal. Watch 

Co.'s Factory, W. B. 
McKay Arthur, car inspector C. P. Pi. B., res Campbell bet 

Chase and Taylor 
McKay C. P., policeman, res 856 Clay 
McKay Henry, gardener with Jonas M. Walker 
McKay William L., painter, res 667 Eleventh 
McKay W. Irving, clerk with A. C. Farno, res 1012 Webster 
McKean C. Mrs., widow, res 751 Castro 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 315 

McKean William B., res 751 Castro 

McKeand George W., searcher records, SE cor Fourth and 
Broadway, res SE cor Seventeenth av and East 15th 

McKee A. J., contractor, res S s Nineteenth bet Castro and 
Brush 

McKee Edward D., with Rodgers, Meyer & Co. (S. F.) res 
1009 Adeline 

McKee John T., teamster, res 617 Ninth 

McKee Lizzie Miss, teacher music, res 563 Eleventh 

McKee Logan, stockbroker (S. F.) res Eighth E. of Linden 

McKee Robert L., atty-at-law, 460 Eighth room 1, res 1033 
Adeline 

McKee Samuel, stockbroker (S. F.) res Eighth E. of Linden 

McKee Samuel B., judge Third District Court, res 1033 Ade- 
line 

McKen Adam, janitor County Court House, res S s Third 
bet Castro and Brush 

McKenna Daniel, laborer, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty -second 

McKenna J., salesman (S. F.) res 710 Tenth 

McKenna Thomas J., pedlar, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av 

McKenney Daniel, Oakland Paving Co. 

McKenzie Daniel, watchman Oakland Ferry 

McKenzie Henry A., lather, res cor Clay and Eighth 

McKenzie Murdock, carpenter, res 722 Linden 

McKenzie William, machinist C. P. R. R., res SE cor Dur- 
ant and Broadway 

McKENZIE W. W., undertaker, SE cor Broadway and 
Eighth, res 611 Fifteenth 

McKeon Patrick H., res 563 East 12th 

McKeon Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., res Henrv bet Third 
and Fifth 

McKeown Joseph, laborer, res Choate nr Bancroft way, B. 

McKernon John, carpenter, res cor Eighteenth and Kirk- 
ham 

McKibbon Robert W., carpenter, res 666 Tenth 

McKimmons Mark, res 828 Myrtle 

McKindrey Joseph, laborer, res NW cor Evoy av and Lusk 

McKinlay Archibald, agent Bank British North America 
(S. F.) res 779 Eighth 

McKinley George, salesman with Mallett & Hammon, res 
Grand Western Hotel 

McKinnon Daniel, carpenter, res E s Adeline nr Second 

McKinstry E. W., atty-at-law, res Grand Central Hotel 

McKittrick Edward F., butcher with J. H. Davis, res 1069 
Thirteenth av 



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McLafferty B. S. Eev., pastor First Baptist Church, res 807 

Brush 
McLain G. D., mason, res 559 Seventeenth 
McLaine Lauchlan, assayer, SW cor Seward and Wood 
McLane Gustavus T., expressman, cor Eighth and Broad- 
way, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-second 
McLaren Peter, physician, res W s Seventh av bet East 10th 

and East 11th 
McLaughlan Michael, laborer W. D. Co., res E s Curtis bet 

Twentieth and Twenty. first 
McLaughlan Minnie Mrs., res 709 Franklin 
McLaughlin Bernard, driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R. R., 

res 673 East 12th 
McLaughlin C. W., with Olney & Co., res Telegraph av nr 

Twenty-fifth 
McLaughlin Daniel, laborer, res Eighth bet Peralta and 

Campbell 
McLaughlin Hugh, laborer, res 736 Myrtle 
McLaughlin J. E., machinist W. D. Co., res Charter Oak 

Hotel 
McLaughlin Owen, messenger The Oakland Bank of Savings, 

res 1122 Eleventh av 
•McLaughlin Winnie, domestic with T. H. Ralston 
McLaurin Douglas, mining, res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
McLean J. K. Rev., pa3tor First Congregational Church, res 

1008 Washington 
McLean John, carpenter, res 814 Park 
McLean John, fireman steamer Capital 
McLean John, plumber, res NE cor Fourth and Webster 
McLean Thomas G. Rev., pastor Baptist Church, res 1129 

Eighth av 
McLennan D., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
McLeod Daniel, carpenter, res S s Seventeenth bet Cypress 

and Kirkham 
McLeod Daniel, painter, res SW cor Bristol and Fifth, W. B. 
McLeod J. A., carpenter Enterprise Mill, res Eighth bet 

Washington and Broadway 
McLeod James, bootmaker with C. W. Cornor, res SW cor 

Franklin and Ninth 
McLeod John, plasterer, res N s William bet Bay and Cedar 
McLeod N. E., carpenter, res NEcor East 16th and Twelfth av 
McLeod Robert, engineer, res 808 Chester 
McLeod William, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
McLeod — , res Central Pacific Railroad House 
McLoud Alexander, res cor Fifth and Henry 
McMahon Daniel, laborer, res 457 Durant 



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McMahon George, laborer, res Eureka Hotel 

McMahon M.. expressman, res 417 Fourth 

McMahon Mary Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. B. Hendry, res 

565 Sixth 
McMahon P. (Barrett k McMahon) res 1018 Webster 
McMahon Thomas A., student University 
McMahon William, laborer, res 417 Fourth 
McManus Alexander, carpenter, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
McManus Bernard C, carpenter, res S s Seventeenth bet 

Grove and Jefferson 
McManus James, hackman with B. J. Fletcher, res Fourth 

bet Broadway and Washington 
McManus M., fireman Northern B. B., res 864 Campbell 
McManus Patrick, marble polisher with Madden & Nunan, 

grocery and res SW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove 
McMenamin Daniel, res 1161 Franklin 
McMenamin Bobert D., carpenter, res 567 Fourth 
McMenomy Kate, domestic, S s Hawthorne av nr Webster 
McMillan 'Margaret, widow, res 738 Myrtle 
McMinds Ira, expressman, Wood nr Seventh, res W s Kirk- 
ham nr Eighteenth 
McMullan Bros. (C. S. and J. H. McMullan) cigars and 

tobacco, 455 Ninth 
McMullan C. S. (McMullan Bros.) res SW cor Eighteenth 

and Brush 
McMullan Charles S., clerk with John S. McMullan, res 

1369 Brush 
McMullan John H. (McMullan Bros.) res 1369 Brush 
McMullan John S., real estate, res 1369 Brush 
McMullan M., stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
McNair Mary, widow, res 1153 Seventh 
McNally John B., assistant pastor St. Anthony's Church, 

res NE cor East 16th and Fifteenth av 
McNamara Michael, laborer C. P. B. B., res S s Goss bet 

Cedar and Bay 
McNamara Patrick, res 951 Third 
McNaruara Patrick, laborer, res 610 Second 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, res E s Union nr Twenty-sixth 
McNamara Thomas,~laborer, res Overland House 
McNamee Francis, laborer, res Mansion House 
McNarnee Frank, laborer, res Winthrop House 
McNaultv John, watchmaker California Watch Co.. res SW 

Bristol and Fifth, W. B. 
McNealy Malachi T., tailor, res 1210 West 
McNear George W., commission merchant (S. F.) res E s 

Adeline nr Eighteenth 



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McNeil Daniel, painter, res Myrtle bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth 

McNeil E. G. Miss, res E s Humboldt av nr Carlton, B. 

McNeil John, laborer with William Kennedy 

McNeil John W., painter, res SE cor Twenty-fourth and 
Myrtle 

McNeill Godwin, student University, Zeta Psi Hall 

McNerney John, inolder, res W s Adeline nr Third 

McNulty Brian, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

McPartland James, porter Tubbs' Hotel 

McPherson George F., mining (S. F.) res N s Merrimac pi 
bet Telegraph av and AVebster 

McPherson Joseph K., stock broker (S. F.)res SE cor Syc- 
amore and San Pablo av 

McPherson William K., contractor and lather, res 815 Wash- 
ington 

McQuid Patrick, gang foreman C. P. R. R., res 822 Chester 

McQuarrie D., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Brooklyn Dining 
Room 

McQueeney James, laborer W. D. Co. 

McQuillan Patrick, res 550 Eighth 

McQuillan Joseph, laborer W. D. Co., res 816 Henry 

McQuilquin John, bricklayer, res 730 Filbert 

McQuilquin Patrick, hod carrier, res 410 Tenth 

McRea Joseph, housemover, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty- 
Second 

McSherry Alexander, hostler, res 615 Broadway 

McSweeney Edmund, laborer, res cor Thirty-fourth and 
Chestnut 

McTaggart Daniel, engineer Alameda Iron Works, res SE 
cor Campbell and Eighth 

McTaggart Kate, domestic with E. F. Schroder 

McTavish D. C, carpenter, res 835 Clay 

McTavish D. C, plasterer, res 709 Fifth 

McTernan Hugh, shipsmith, res 814 Chester 

McVey John, carpenter, res 1305 Clay 

McWade David D., roadmaster C. P. R. R., res SW cor 
16th East and Twelfth av 

McWade D. D. Mrs., dressmaker, SW cor East 16th and 
Twelfth av 

McWay & Cordes (Christopher McWay and Hermann 
Cordes) rope manufacturers, Kirkham nr Seventh 

McWay Christopher (McWay & Cordes) res Varsale, Ala- 
meda 

McWay Christopher jr., ropemaker with McWay & Cordes, 
res Varsale, Alameda 



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McWay John L., ropemaker with McWay & Cordes, res 

Varsale, Alameda 
Mc Williams James, laborer Oakland E. R. Co. 
McWilliams John, laborer, res NW cor Chestnut and First 
Me Worthy Frank J., miner, res E s Broadway nr Twenty- 
fourth 
Meacham Robert, proprietor Bartlett House, 473 Seventh 
Mead Alden, millwright, res NW cor Chapel and Bancroft 

way, B. 
Mead James F., machinist, res 65 Valley 
Mead Lewis R., secretary Risdon Iron and Locomotive 

Works (S. F.) res W s Tenth av bet East 17th and 

East 18th 
Mead Martin T., engineer, res 65 Valley 
Mead T. W., res W s Cedar nr Chase 
Mead William H., secretary Contra Costa Water Co., res 

S. F. 
Meade Calvert, with Oakland Bank of Savings, res Grand 

Central Hotel 
MEADER & CO. (Horace P. Header) proprietors Oakland 

and Alameda Express, 907 Broadway and 333 East, S.F 
Meader Horace (Header *k Co.) res NE cor Eleventh and 

Madison 
MEADER'S EXPRESS, Meader & Co. proprietors, 907 

Broadway and 333 East, S. F. * 

MEADS SIMON P., real estate agent, 1160 Broadway 
Heads S. P., teacher Classical and English School, res Or- 
egon Block 
Meagher John, plasterer, res SW cor Tenth and Kirkham 
Meagher Sarah, domestic, W s Adeline nr Eighteenth 
Meahan Michael, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Mealey George, cabinetmaker, res 573 Eighth 
Meason Isaac C, wharfinger (S. F.) res 1309 Webster 
Hechanics' Home, Daniel Hayes proprietor, S s William 

bet Pine and Cedar 
MECHANICS' HOTEL, James Gibbons proprietor, 416 

Seventh 
Hedabury Charles D., commercial agent, res 830 Clay 
HedauHena Mrs., res 1010 Chester 
Medbery & Low (William C. Medbery and Benjamin K. 

Low) wood and coal, cor Chapel and Bancroft way, B. 
Hedbery Lulu Hiss, student University 
Medbery William C. (Medbery & Low) res cor Chapel and 

Bancroft way, B. 
Medland Henry, laundryman Conta Costa Laundry 
Medicus Adam, gardener, res 1829 San Pablo av 



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Mee James, machinist, res 13f)0 Webster 

Meek Horry, student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 

Meeker George C, architect, 620 East 12th, res Seventh av 
bet East 19th and East '20th 

Meeker James T. Mrs., res cor Seventh av and East 19th 

Meeks William N., res Knox House 

Megahan Ambrose, plasterer, res E s Tenth av bet East 14th 
and East 15th 

Megahan John, plasterer, res E s Tenth av bet East 14th 
and East 15th 

Mehar John carpenter, res N s Seventh bet Cedar and Pine 

Mehrmann Ferdinand, physician, N s Elizabeth nr San Pa- 
blo av 

Mehrmann Henry, clerk with Edward Maleton, res Summer 
nr San Pablo av 

Meier Henry, gardener, NW cor Park and San Pablo av 

Meikle & Davis (D. A. F. Meikle and F. W. Davis) black- 
smiths and carriage makers, SE cor Sixteenth av and 
East 14th 

Meikle D. A. F. (Meikle & Davis)res NE cor Dennison and j 
Kennedy 

Meinecke Phoebe, res S s East 14th bet Eighteenth and Nine- j 
teenth avs 

Melandy John, carpenter, res cor Clay and Seventh 

Melbourn Richard, porter, res 819 Chester 

Meldron Henry, stevedore, res E s Union bet Third and 
Fifth 

Mellerup William, teamster D. and D. and B. Asylum 

Mellis Bros. (Frank J. and Fred. R. Mellis) Auction House? 
871-873 Broadway 

Mellis Frank J. (Mellis Bros.) res 873 Broadway 

Mellis Fred. R. (Mellis Bros) res 873 Broadway 

Mellis Theodore, student Taylor's Business College, res cor 
Broadway and Eighth 

Mellor James F. (Ryan & Mellor) res 909 Webster 

Melquiond C, res 1168 Seventh 

Melquiond — Mme., teacher French, res 1168 Seventh 

Melville Frank, carriagemaker with M. W. Allen, res cor 
Ninth and Franklin 

MENDOCINO LUMBER YARD, Walter Laidlaw proprie- 
tor, SE cor Seventh and Brush 

Menges Adam, res 325 Ninth 

Menges Henry, hairdresser, 454 Eighth, res 905 Washington 

MENKE DIETRICH, groceries, wines, liquors and cigars, 
872 Broadway 

Mentz Frederick, res cor Sixteenth and Center 



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Meuyes Jacob, laborer, res W s Center nr Seventh 
Meredith Griffith, lumber (Sierra Co.) res 1305 Alice 
Merithew Joseph C, res SE cor Fifth av and East 11th 
Merle A., hardware (S. F.) res 1010 Chester 
Merlino Thomas, coachman, NE cor Ninth and Peralta 
Merner James, car repairer C. P. R. R., res S s William bet 

Wood and Pine 
Merric — , physician (S. F.) res 828 Franklin 
Merrill Alva I)., commission merchant, res E s Franklin bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Merrill George H., clerk with Alex. Melnnis, res cor Brush 

and Eleventh 
Merrill Isaac, mail agent C. P. R. R., res Sunnyside House 
Merrill James T., carpenter with Power & Ough, res W s 

Telegraph av nr Forty-third 
Merrill Jay, jig sawyer with Power & Ough, res S s Eighth 

bet Campbell and Willow 
Merrill Jerome B., res N s Third nr Clay 
Merrill Samuel I., bookkeeper (S. F.) res N s Third nr Clay 
Merrill Sidney S., drugs and stationery, and postmaster, 

Berkeley, Choate nr University grounds, B. 
Merrill William B., brickmaker, res S s Eleventh bet Brush 

and Castro 
Merritt Ambrose, carpenter with W. W. McKenzie, res 362 

Ninth 
Merritt Isaac (Corlies & Merritt) res SE cor Market and 

Tenth 
Merritt Julia E. Miss, teacher Durant School, res SE cor 

Elm and Valley 
Merritt Laura A. Miss, telegraph operator W. U. Tel. Co. 

(S. F.) res SE cor Elm and Valley 
MERRITT SAMUEL, capitalist and proprietor Oakland 

Lumber Yard, foot of Washington, res 1213 Madison 
Merritt S. H., master mariner, res 1157 Franklin 
Merritt W. C. Rev., res SE cor Elm and Valley 
Mersich D., fruit (S. F.) res 852 Jefferson 
Merwin & Son (E. C. and E. W. Merwin) architects, 1116 

Broadway 
Merwin D. W., brakeman C. P. R. R., res Alameda 
Merwin E. C. (Merwin & Son) res Metropolitan Block 
Merwin E. W. (Merwin & Son) res Metropolitan Block 
Merwin Josiah B., laborer, res Pearson nr Taylor 
Messmer Killian, res Thirteenth av, Lynn 
Metcalf Clifford A., clerk with R. G. Huston, res The 

Home, B. 
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Metcalf George D., teller Union Savings Bank, and Notary 

Public, res E s Bushnell nr University 
Metcalf O. F., contractor, res 910 Franklin 
Metcalf Olive Mrs., dressmaker, res 910 Franklin 
Methodist Episcopal Church (Brooklyn) Bev. B. E. Edgell 

pastor, cor Seventh av and East loth 
Methven Alexander H., watchmaker with W. Wilson, res 961 

Broadway 
Metropolitan Block, cor Sixteenth and San Pablo av 
Metzger George, res 1110 Twelfth 
METZLER CHARLES, proprietor Golden Gate Hall, 471- 

475 Eighth, res 713 Greenwich, S. F. 
Metzler George, cook, res SW cor East 14th and Eigh- 
teenth av 
Meves Bernhard, clerk with Wieser & Meves, res 714 Fourth 
Meves Otto (Wieser & Meves) res 714 Fourth 
Meyer Adolph sr., hatter with Adolph Meyer, res 721 Sixth 
MEYER ADOLPH, hatter, 1071 Broadway, res 721 Sixth 
Meyer A. H., clerk, res Eureka Hutel 
Meyer Alexander, bookkeeper with F. Hufschmidt (S. F.) 

res 944 Wood 
Meyer Emma B. Mrs., res 768 Twelfth 
Meyer F. H., druggist, res 856 Harrison 
Meyer Fred., veterinary surgeon, office and res 416 Eighth 
Meyer Gustav W., salesman with Adolph Meyer, res 721 

Sixth 
Meyer Henry (Caroe & Meyer) 1113 Broadway 
Meyer Henry, barber, 715 Sixth 
Meyer Henry clerk with I). Menke, res NW cor Broadway 

and Sixth 
Meyer Henry H., proprietor Eureka Hotel, SW cor Seventh 

and Washington 
Meyer John, carver, res W s Magnolia nr Thirty-second 
Meyer John H., fireman C. P. K. R., res NW cor Campbell 

and Pacific 
Meyer Mark C, student University 
Meyer Michael, engraver, res 1718 Filbert 
Meyer S., laborer Washington Brewery 
Meyer Victoria Mrs., res 1718 Filbert 
Meyers William, pumps, res 1463 Seventh 
Mhoon John B., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1017 Adeline 
Miars F. A., res SW cor Evoy av and Linden 
Michel August, wines and liquors, 715 Broadway 
Michel House, Louis Lomballot proprietor, Redwood road 

nr Fruit Vale av 
Michell Hugo, painter, res 462 Third 



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Michell K A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 565 Second 

Michelsen M., ticket collector C. P. R. R., Broadway Wharf, 
res 59 East 12th 

Micklethwait Charles, laborer with E. & A. Newland, res 
Alta av nr Pleasant Valley av 

Mickkelson Thomas, cook with F. Schaffner 

Mididos Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R., res E s Harlem nr 
Peraltji 

Midsell — , mason, 409 Ninth 

Mighel Louise Mrs., res 810 Isabella 

Mihills Lee K., teacher Golden Gate Academy 

MILBURY & BURLESON (S. Milbury and CM. Burle- 
son) real estate agents, 907 Broadway, 

Milbury Samuel (Milbury &, Burleson) res 1325 Alice 

Miles Frederick C, res 914 Eighth 

Miles H. S. Mrs., res 914 Eighth 

Miles James, clerk with Maloon & Caswell, res SE cor 
Twelfth and Market 

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 William W., carpenter, res SE cor East 16th and 
Eighth av 

Millar John E., searcher records (S. F.) res 1318 Tenth 

Millard Hulda Miss, res E s Ellsworth nr Bancroft way, B. 

MILLER & LOVIUS (Alfred H. Miller and Alfred Lovius) 
groceries and liquors, 1277 San Pablo av 

Miller & Watt (G. Y. Miller and R.T. Watt) books, station- 
ery and varieties, 1101 Broadway 

MILLER & WINSOR (James Miller and Serril Winsor) 
proprietors California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, 
cor East 12th and Park, office 1200 Broadway 

Miller Agnes, widow, furnished rooms, 729 Myrtle 

Miller Alfred H. (Miller & Lovius) res 1277 San Pablo av 

Miller Carrie S. Miss, res N s Fifteenth bet Jefferson and 
Clay 

Miller Charles A., blacksmith C. P. R. R., residence 76 U 
Howard, S. F. 

Miller Charles E., student University 

Miller Charles W . , student University 

Miller Christian, driver Blair's Dairy, res Montecito av nr 
Peralta av 

Miller Christopher, gardener, 1625 Telegraph av 

Miller F. B. (Miller, Grinnell & Co.) res 1260 Grove 

Miller Frank N., assistant jailor, res rear County Court 
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Miller Fritz, stableman Fashion Stables, res Central Pacific 
Railroad House 

Miller George (A. Waugh & Co., S. F.) res 1117 Alice 
cS Miller George, baker, res 273 Sixth 

Miller George Mrs., furnished rooms, 819 Washington 
eg Miller George A., farmer, res N s Ninth bet Jackson and 
? Madison. 

(3 Miller George S. (Miller, Grinnell & Co.) res 1260 Grove 

Miller George W., res 676 Sycamore 
§ Miller G. H., clerk with William G. Dinsmore, res 729 

Myrtle 
g Miller, Grinnell & Co. (F. B. Miller, W. E. Grinnell, R. W. 
and G. S. Miller) groceries, 413 Twelfth 

Miller G. Y. (Miller & Watt) res N s Twelfth bet Broadway 
and Washington 

Miller H. Clay, cashier Custom House (S. F.) res 909 
Myrtle 

Miller Henry, distributor Contra Costa Laundry 
<e Miller Henry D., butcher with H. A. Zeiss, res Roff's Hotel 
2 Miller H. R. Mrs., res 946 Myrtle 

Miller James (Miller & Winsor) res cor East 12th and Park 

Miller James, insurance agent, res 955 Seventh 
S Miller J. F., auditor Custom House (S. F.) res S s Park av 
P3 nr Hollis 

Miller J. Fred., bookbinder and paper ruler, SW cor Broad- 
way and Ninth, res 216 Fifth 
"eg Miller J. H., carpenter Oakland Point Planing Mill 
A Miller John, saddler (S. F.) res 1318 Twelfth 
® Miller John, junk, cor Twenty-fourth and Magnolia 
£ MILLER JOHN, proprietor Bay View Saloon, res E s San 
© Pablo av nr San Pablo Station 

7 Miller John S., fireman C. P. R. R., res SE cor Seventh 

and Pine 
© Miller John W. (Miller & Hall, S. F.) res 1404 Adeline 
7^ Miller Joseph, cook Golden Star Hotel 
^ Miller Joseph, wood turner, res 1519 Seventh 
^ Miller Justus, clerk with Whittier, Fuller & Co., res Tre- 
§jj mont House 

J Miller Martin, farmer Blair's Dairy, res Montecito av nr 
SJ Peralta av 

Miller Mary A. Mrs., dressmaker, res 218 Sixth 

Miller Noah, physician and surgeon, S s Thirteenth bet 
q2 Broadway and Washington 

© Miller Paul, foreman C. P. R. R., res E s Eleventh av bet 
fe East 16th and East 17th 

£j Miller Peter, Custom House broker, res 1202 Fourteenth 



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Miller Peter W., cooper, res 307 Second 

Miller Kobert W. (Miller, Grinnell & Co.) res 1260 Grove 

Miller Solomon M., traveling agent with Spruance, Stanley 

& Co. (S. F.) res 625 Fourteenth 
Miller Thomas, bartender with Albert Rhoda 
Miller Thomas, bookkeeper, res SW cor Seventh and Pine 
Miller William, machine hand Pioneer Planing Mill, res 313 

Ninth 
Miller William E., banker, res 1277 Webster 
Miller William H., patentee refrigerator cars, res W s San 

Pablo av nr Railroad crossing 
Miller William N. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) res NW 

cor Twelfth and Jackson 
Milliet Alexis, res 416 First 
Milligan H. G., bookkeeper Oakland Lumber Yard, res S s 

Clay bet Fourth and Fifth 
Millikiu Margaret, dressmaker, 1640 Telegraph av 
MILLOSLOVICH LOUIS, chop house and restaurant, 459 

Seventh 
Milloslovich M., waiter with L. Milloslovich, 459 Seventh 
Mills C. T. Rev., principal Mills' Seminary, Seminary av 

4 miles E. of Brooklyn 
Mills Edgar, capitalist, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Mills E. W., with Marcus C Hawley & Co. (S. F. res S s 

Thirteenth bet Grove and Jefferson 
Mills Isabella, domestic, 1274 Seventh 
MILLS' SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES, Seminary 

av 4 miles E. of Brooklyn 
Mills William, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Milne Alexander U., tailor with S. Francis, res Stewart's 

Hotel 
Milton Anthony, master mariner, res W s San Pablo av nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Milwain Alexander, carpenter, res SW cor Seventeenth and 

Franklin 
Milwain Alexander jr., draughtsman with Clinton May, res 

SW cor Seventeenth and Franklin 
Miner John M. (John M. Miner & Co.) res SW cor Ninth 

and Clay 
Miner John M. & Co. (John M. Miner and R. C. Gaskill) 

stock and exchange brokers, 472 Ninth 
Miner Loran, carpet beater with Hickey & Paul, res 811 

Washington 
Miniter J. B., with Oakland Planing Mill 
Miniter Thomas, stairbuilder Oakland Planing Mill, res 609 

Fourth 



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Minkel Emma Miss, res 1424 Eighth 

Mires John 0., carpenter Brooklyn Planing Mill, res cor 

Thirty-fourth and Chestnut 
Misec Vital, shoemaker with J. Rousseaii, res 687 East 12th 
Mitchell Fabian Mrs., fancy goods, 1551 Seventh 
Mitchell Frank, liquors (S."F.) res 1551 Seventh 
Mitchell George H., stockbroker (S. F.) res 967 Jackson 
Mitchell George J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 967 Jackson 
Mitchell James H., carpenter, res W s Union nr Thirtieth 
Mitchell John H., miner, res 166 Second 
Mitchell Joseph, contractor, res S s College way nr Shat- 

tuck, B. 
Mitchell M. R. Mrs., domestic, 620 Fourteenth 
Mitchelh Samuel H., policeman, res N s Sixteenth nr Jeffer- 
son 
Mitchell Thomas A., clerk with Jonathan Hunt & Son (S.F.) 

res SE cor Adeline and Tenth 
Mitchell Vincent, painter with Gibb & Gardiner, res NE cor 

Third and Franklin 
Mitchell W. K., Custom House officer, res 713 Linden 
MIX & BOYCE (L. W. Mix and S. B. Boyce) commission 

stockbrokers, 906 Broadway 
Mix George, fireman C. P.. R. R., res SW cor Cedar and 

William 
Mix George O., fireman C. P. R. R., res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Mix L. W. (Mix & Boyct) res S. F. 
Mixer Frank D., horseshoer with Robert Gilmore, res 726 

Eleventh 
Mizner Lansing, student University, res Chi Phi House 
Moffat J. A., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Moffet Frank, driver O. B. and F. V. R. R., res Union 

Hotel 
Moffitt Frank J., publisher The Brooklyn Sentinel, 617 East 

12th 
Moffitt James (Blake, Bobbins & Co., S. F.) res N s Twen- 
ty-second bet Webster and Broadway 
MOFFITT JAMES, foreman Brooklyn'Engine Co. No. 4, 

res 617 East 12th 
Mohr Henry, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res N 

s Sixth bet Broadway and Washington 
Mohrmann Henry, butcher, res Eureka Hotel 
Molander John, carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
Moller & Loch (Frederick Moller and Louis Loch) bakers 

and confectioners, 1271 San Pablo av 
Moller Fred. (Moller & Loch) res 1271 San Pablo av 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 327 

Moller Gustavus, cabinetmaker, res W s Market nr Third 
Moller William (Dalziel & Moller) res cor Telegraph av and 

Delger 
Moloney H. W. 3 carpenter, res Eureka Hotel 
Moloney Michael, laborer, res 874 Twenty-first 
Moloo Seth, seedsman, res 763 Seventeenth 
Momyer Henry, carpenter, res SE cor Third and Castro 
Monaghan Patrick, car repairer C. P. R. Pi., res N s Pacific 

bet Willow and Campbell 
Monahan Bridget, res NE cor Atlantic and Campbell 
Monahan Daniel, laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Third 
Monahan Hugh, shoemaker, res W s Adeline First and Third 
Monahan Hugh Mrs., shirtmaker with Oakland Shirt Fac- 
tory, res W s Adeline bet First and Third 
Monahan Michael, res NE cor A and Ettie 
Monahan William, hostler with Newjand & Pumyea, res 462 

Seventh 
Monette Joseph L., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 515 

Fourth 
Monholland John, painter, res NW cor William and Willow 
Monnet Louis, merchant, res 1154 Eighth 
Monroe John, ^elper C. P. R. C, res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel 
Monroe Philip, pressman, res SW cor Delaware and Eighth, 

W. B. 
Montague James P., captain tugboat Amelia 
Montague R. W. Mrs., res 1019 Filbert 
Montague S. S., chief engineer C.P. R. R.. res 1019 Filbert 
Montandon A. F., res NW cor Grove and Twenty-sixth 
Montealegre Juan G. (J. G. Montealegre & Bros., S. F.) res 

W s Humboldt av bet Parker and Blake, B. 
Monteith Andrew J., broker, res 954 Brush 
MONTGOMERY EDWARD A., cigars and tobacco, NE 

cor Washington and Seventh, res Clay bet Seventh and 

Eighth 
Montgomery J., res 627 Chestnut 

Montgomery Zach, atty-at-law, Wilcox Block, res N s Tele- 
graph av bet Forty -first and Forty-second 
Mooar George Rev., professor Theology Pacific Theological 

Seminary, Edwards nr Telegraph av 
Moody & Struppler (Horace Moody and Daniel Struppler) 

carpenters and builders, 1151 Seventh 
Moody Edwin, artist and engraver, res N s Fourth bet Oak 

and Madison 
Moody Horace (Moody 3 & Struppler) res N s William nr 

Wood 



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Moody Malcolm, student University, res Clii Phi House 

MOODY VOLNEY D., president First National Gold Bank 
of Oakland, res 564 Fourteenth 

Moody William C, money broker (S. F.) res 564 Fourteenth 

Moon John H., carpenter, res Ss Atlantic bet Wood and Pine 

Mooney Cornelius, res N s Sixteenth nr Clay 

Mooney James, laborer C. P. K. Pi., res E s Tenth av bet 
East 16th and East 17th 

Moonev John B., agent Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine 
Co., res 1611 Myrtle 

Mooney W. F., vaquero, res Roff's Hotel 

MOORE & VROOMAN (Albert A. Moore and Henry 
Vrooman) attys-at-law, 462 Ninth 

Moore Albert A. (Moore & Vrooman) attv-at-law, 462 Ninth, 
res 1053 Fifth av 

Moore Alfred P., tinsmith with G. L. Lynde, res E s Thir- 
teenth av bet East 16th and East 17th 

MOORE ALONZO, Berkeley agent Berkeley Land and Town 
Improvement Association, office SW cor Fifth and Uni- 
versity av, res S s University av bet Sixth and Seventh, 
W. B. 

Moore Annie S., domestic, 518 Seventeenth 

Moore Armstrong P., res 1211 Franklin 

Moore Clement J., carpenter, res N s Thirteenth bet Wood 
and Willow 

Moore C. Mrs., saloon, 1827 Seventh 

Moore Daniel, conductor C. P. K. P., res 476 East 11th 

Moore Ephraim, superintendent track Oakland Trotting Park 

Moore F. W., porter C. P. P. P., res 1572 Fifth 

Moore George N., photograph gallery, 1161 Broadway, res 
cor Thirty-eighth and Telegraph av 

Moore H. A. (Gilbert & Moore, S.F.) res W s Webster bet 
Prospect pi and Orchard av 

Moore James, carpenter, res W s San Pablo av nr Twenty- 
sixth 

Moore Jennie Miss, res 767 Eighteenth 

Moore John A., painter, shop and res 1950 Myrtle 

Moore John Parr, solicitor, res W s Jefferson bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

Moore J. Preston, res 665 Twelfth 

Moore J. W., proprietor Plaza Livery and Sale Stable, 413 
Fourth, res 608 Shotwell (S. F.) 

Moore M. Mrs., res 665 Twelfth 

Moore V. Mrs., res 1572 Fifth 

Moore William, carpenter, res S s Fourteenth bet Broadway 
and Franklin 

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Moore William A., helper Oakland Planing Mill, res Myrtle 
bet Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth 

Moore William W., speculator, res Oakland Trotting Park 

Moure W. W.j hacknian, res 414 Sixth 

Moran James T., clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros., res 625 
Filbert 

Moran J. T. (Myers £ Moran) res 521 Howard (S. F.) 

Moran Thomas, laborer, res 713 Myrtle 

Moraze L., miner Oakland Paving Co. 

Moraze Peter, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

More Maggie, domestic, 920 Filbert 

MOREHEAD JAMES T., oyster and chop house, X s Sev- 
enth nr Cedar 

Morell Horace, capitalist, res St. James House 

Moreton Henry, tailor, res 1303 Clay 

Morey Henry H. B. (Hall & Morey j res 318 Third, rear 
i Morey Napoleon B., carpenter, res X s Twenty-eighth nr 

Myrtle 
; Morey P. F., res 1208 Eighth 

; Morey Roswell E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 924 Twenty- 
eighth 

Morgan Alvin N., carpenter with Whitney & Yeitch, res 558 
Sixteenth 
I Morgan A. N., student Taylor's Business College, res Six- 
teenth nr Clay 

MORGAN BART., druggist, 913 Seventh, res 855 Myrtle 

Morgan C. B., res 635 Fourteenth 
. Morgan E. D., carpenter and builder, res 678 Elm nr San 
Pablo av . 

Morgan Edward H., bookkeeper with A. Mau <k Co. (S. F.) 
654 Fourteenth 

Morgan G. C, book agent, res Winsor House 

Morgan Geo. L., atty-at-kiAv, res S s Sixteenth nr Jefferson 

Morgan John, shipwright W. D. Co., res 111 Fourth (S. F.) 

Morgan John 1\, musician, 1068 Broadway, res Harrison 
bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Morgan John S., hostler Downing's Livervand Stage Stable, 
res 368 Eighth 

Morgan Mary, domestic, 1217 Castro 

Morgan M. L. Miss, res 1201 Alice 

Morgan Stephen TV., res XE cor Fifth av and East 10th 

Morgan T. G. jr., butcher with G. TV. Brock, res Grand 
Western Hotel 

Morgan Thomas TV., deputy City Engineer, office 10 City 
Hall, res cor Seventh av and East 21st 

Morgan William M., cabinet maker, resEs Linden nr Third 



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MORGANS CHARLES H., carriage painter, SE cor San 

Pablo and Union avs 
MORGANS E. B. MRS., teacher vocal and instrumental 

music, SE cor San Pablo and Union avs 
Moricsco Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Morisey Maggie, domestic, 9-16 Myrtle 
Moritz Mary, with California Watch Co. 
Moroney Paul, stockbroker (S. F.) res NW cor East 14th 

and Third av 
Morrell J. R., dishwasher Antelope Restaurant, res 858 

Broadway 
Morrill Simeon F., carpenter, res E s Telegraph road nr 

Summer, Temescal « 

Morrill Warren P., postal clerk C. P. R. R., res E s Tele- 
graph road nr Clifton, Temescal 
Morris Alexander H., house and sign painter, NE cor Shat- 

tuck and University av, B. 
Morris Jacob S., architect, res W s Broadway nr Twentieth 
Morris John, laborer, SW cor Linden and Third 
Morris John W., res 619 Third 

Morris Marcus L., butcher (wholesale) res 1144 Myrtle 
Morris Mary E., boarding, 71 Valley 
Morris W., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Morris William H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 260 

Second 
Morrison Catherine, widow, res SE cor Sixth av and East 

17th 
Morrison Alexander F., student University and editor The 

Besom, res Chi Phi House 
Morrison CD., mining, res W s Sixteenth av nr East 16th 
Morrison D., widow, res E s Henry nr Third 
Morrison Daniel, watchman Oakland Planing Mill, res 662 

Washington 
Morrison Hector, carpenter and builder, res 1771 Seward 
Morrison James L., bartender with Benjamin D. Fisher 
Morrison John, fireman C. P. R. R., res 1073 Fourteenth av 
Morrison Parker M. (Hirshberg & Morrison) res 705 Frank- 
lin 
Morrison Richard M., carpenter, res W s Elm nr Plymouth 

av 
Morrison S. A., res W s Vale av nr East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Morrison T. J., carpenter, res 322 Eleventh 
Morrison William, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 260 

Third 
Morrissev Richard, laborer, res W s Lewis bet Third and 

Fifth 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 331 

Morrow David Rev., res S s Spring nr San Pablo av 
Morrow J. A., student University, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Logan 
Morrow John, res W s Telegraph av nr Logan 
Morrow W. H., student University, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Logan 
Morse Charles A., mining secretary (S. F.) res SW cor Web- 
ster and Moss av 
Morse David A., deputy township assessor, res Sunnyside 

House 
Morse E. S. Mrs., res 857 Harrison 

Morse Fred W., student University, res Entre Nous Club 
Morse Fremont, student University 
Morse George B., plumber, res 951 Grove 
Morse Henry N-, sheriff Alameda County, 8 Court House, 

res cor Newton and Watson 
Morse Isaac H., bookkeeper with C. James King of Win. & 

Co. (S. F.) res 656 Fourteenth 
Morse Isaac P., res NE cor Eleventh av and East 15th 
Morse Menzo J., carpenter, res 672 Park 
MORSE MOSES G., restaurant, 460 Seventh, res Wash- 
ington bet Fifth and Sixth 
Morse Ralza A., farmer, res W s Telegraph road nr Asylum, 

Berkeley 
Mortensen Ole, clerk with Buck & Mc Court, res Golden Star 

Hotel 
Morton A. F. Mrs., res 610 Fourteenth 
Morton Christian, carpenter, res W s Adeline nr Third 
Morton Elijah, master steamer Capital, res 663 Third 
Morton Joseph S., barber with John Silva, res Union Hotel 
Mosca Ernesto, hairdresser, 828 Broadway, res 167 Fourth 
Mosch John, waiter Philadelphia Restaurant, res 959 Webster 
Moselev C. H.. agent Blake Hose Co., (115 Sansome, S. F.) 

res 1917 Myrtle 
Moses Aaron C, tailor with T. Lancaster, res 557 Seventh 
Moses Bernard, professor history and political economy, 

University 
Moses Horatio Mrs., res XE cor Julia and East 11th, Fruit 

Vale 
Moses J. W., fireman C. P. R. R. 
Mosha Frank, bellboy Grand Central Hotel 
Mosher James, shipwright, res 809 Center 
Moskiman R. H., compositor Bulletin (S. F.) res 715 Chester 
Moss J. Mora, banker (S. F.) res SE cor Telegraph and 

Moss avs 
Moss P. H., laborer, res 607 Harrison 

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Mossford Jesse, dishwasher Tubbs' Hotel 

Mote James, blacksmith, res NW cor Second and Madison 

Molt Peter D., engineer C. P. E. E., res N s Twelfth nr 

Wood 
Motzenbecker Paul, tailor (8. F.) res 1503 Eighth 
Moubre Nicholas, laborer, res S s Atlantic bet Willow and 

Wood 
Mould Katie Miss, clerk with W. B. Hardy, res William nr 

Wood 
Mould W. B., bookkeeper with J. L. Wetmore & Co. 
Moulton Floyd, bookkeeper, res 256 Eighth 
Moulton Margaret, teacher with Victor Sewing Machine, res 

256 Eighth 
Mount J. H., salesman with Burns, Whitman <fc Gardiner, 

res 410 Tenth 
Mount T. S., capitalist, res St. James House 
Mouret M., French bakery, 912 Franklin 
Mouser Charles, carriagesmith with Sohst Bros. 
Mowbray Roscoe C, dentist (S. F.) res E s Linden bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Mowell Paul D., publisher Prices Current (S. F.) res NW 

cor Twelfth and West 
Mower Ezra H., carpenter, res 1423 Third 
Moyer Frank, mining secretary, res NE cor Harrison and 

Seventh 
Moynihan Daniel, laborer, res W s Magnolia bet Second and 

Third 
Moynihan John, marblecutter Amador Marble Works, res 

W T ebster nr Mountain Yiew Cemetery 
Moynihan Maggie, domestic, 904 Filbert 
Mudge Bobert, with George W. Clark & Co. (S. F.) res 1018 

Adeline 
Mudge Theo. A., real estate agent, res W s Fruit Vale av nr 

East 14th 
Mudgett W., driver Oakland E, E. 
MUELLER & STEFFANONI (Ernest Mueller and Achille 

Steffanoni) watchmakers and jewelers, 923 Broadway 
Mueller Constantine, professor music, res NE cor Twenty- 
sixth and Chestnut 
Mueller Ernest (Mueller & Steffanoni) res 1610 San Pablo av 
Mueller Jacob, harnessmaker with F. A. Marsten, res Stew- 
art's Hotel 
Muhlback Charles, apprentice with M. Fraser, res N s Uni- 

versit}" av nr Shattuck, B. 
Mues Eichard, shipwright W. D. Co., res 1862 Seventh 
Muir Bartlett, res 721 Franklin 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 333 

Mulcahey Michael, laborer, res 1064 Twelfth av 
Mulcahy Hannah, domestic, NW cor Eighteenth and Brush 
Mulcahy Michael, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Muldoon Patrick, assistant surveyor, res Winthrop House 
Mulgrew James, laborer Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 711 

East 12th 
Mnlholland Hugh, laborer, res Oakland Yiew Homestead 
Mulholland Robert, farmer, res N s Thirty-second nr San 

Pablo av 
Mullally Bridget, domestic, 953 Market 
Mullan Patrick, foreman C. P. R. R. Wharf, res Winthrop 

House 
Mullen Ann, domestic, 1267 Eighth 
Mullen Bridget, domestic, 615 Tenth 
Mullen Delia, domestic, 941 Linden 

Mullen Harriet Mrs., res SE cor Fourteenth and Linden 
Mullen H. M. Miss, teacher, res SE cor Fourteenth and Lin- 
den 
Mullen John, blacksmith W. D. Co., res 874 Twenty-first 
Mullen Patrick, laborer W. D. Co., res Winthrop House 
Mullen Thomas, laborer with Taylor & Co., res 913 Alice 
Muller A. C, barkkeeper with Charles Muller, res 1837 

Seventh 
Muller Alexander, carpenter, res E s Union nr Thirty-second 
MULLER CHARLES, saloon, 1841 Seventh 
Mulligan John, car repairer C. P. Pi. R., res cor Willow and 

William 
Mulligan John, laborer C. P. R. R., res SW cor William 

and Campbell 
Mulligan Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., res Oakland Wharf 
Mullikin James C, proprietor Temescal Central Market, NW 

cor Forty-fifth and Shattuck 
Mullikin Joseph D., road master, res N s Evoy av nr San 

Pablo av 
Mullikin R., professor dancing, 462 Twelfth 
Mulvehill John, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Mulvey Christopher, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Central 

Pacific Railroad House 
Mulville John, laborer, res 409 Seventh 
Mulville N. B., att-at-law (S. F.) res 616 Ninth 
Mumm Charles, shipwright W. D. Co., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House 
Munce John, machinist C. P. R. R., res E s Peralta bet 

Third and Fifth 
Munch Charles, laborer with W. A. Bray 
Mund Lewis, gardener, NW cor Wood and Eighth 



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334 OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 

Munday Frank, stevedore, res W s Curtis nr Twenty -first 

Munroe Elizabeth Mrs., res 727 Eighth 

Munsell James jr., life insurance agent, res E s Madison bet 

Ninth and Tenth 
Munson O. D., physician, res 1112 Alice 
Munson Sarah Miss, res 1112 Alice 

Murdock Henry, carpenter with A. J. McKee, res 306 Seventh 
Murphy Anthony T., teamster with Burner & Young, res 

712 Webster 
Murphy Bridget, domestic, W s Peralta nr Seward 
Murphy Celia, waitress Bellevue House 
Murphy Daniel, driver with J. McElroy, res 215 Sixth 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 
Murphy Daniel A., saloon, 1851 Seventh 
Murphy Dennis, coachman with C. P. Marsh 
Murphy Dennis, cook Eland House 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, W s Brush nr Sixth 
Murphy Edmund J., brakeman C. P. R. R., res SE cor 

Chester and Seventh 
Murphy Edward, butcher, S s Seventh bet Pine and Cedar 
Murphy Ellen Mrs., res Eighteenth nr Grove 
Murphy James, boilermaker, res S s Seventh bet Franklin 

and Broadway 
Murphy James, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Murphy James, laborer, res 1756 Telegraph av 
Murphy James, laborer, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 
Murphy James W., salesman with J.J. O'Brien & Co., res 

Grand Central Hotel 
Murphy J. C, sawyer Grove-st Planing Mill, res N s Chase 

bet Wood and Willow 
Murphy John, blacksmith, res Alhambra House 
Murphy John, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Murphy John, laborer, res Overland House 
Murphy John, laundiwman Contra Costa Laundry 
Murphy John A., pianomaker, res Overland House 
Murphy John C, plumber, res 409 Seventh 
Murphy John H. (Conner & Murphy) res 1230 Broadway 
Murphy John P., tinsmith with G. L. Lynde, res 1080 Four- 
teenth av 
Murphy J. T., stairbuilder Grove-st Planing Mill, res 216 

Sixth 
Murphy Julia, domestic with David Poole 
Murphy Kossuth M., student University, res 1009 Madison 
Murphy M., laborer, res 652 Myrtle 
Murphy Martin, stone cutter with Madden & Nunan, res 

1054 Franklin 



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OAKLAND [M] DIRECTORY. 335 

Murphy Mary, widow, res 868 Castro 

Murphy Michael, marble worker, res El Dorado House 

Murphy Nellie, domestic with A. K. P. Harmon 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, res S s Seventh bet Henry and 

Chester 
Murphy Patrick A., (O'Connell & Co.) res 719 Alice 
Murphy Rose Mrs., res junction Telegraph road and Uni- 
versity av, B. 
Murphy Thomas, carpenter W. D. Co., res NE cor Tenth 

and Franklin 
Murphy Toney, teamster, res Eagle House 
Murphy William, engineer C. P. R. R., res S s Taylor bet 

Willow and Wood 
Murphy William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co. 
Murphy William C, pipemaker Contra Costa Water Co., res 

215 Sixth 
Murphy William S. (Whittier, Fuller & Co.) res NW cor 

Thirty-third and Grove 
Murphy W. T., clerk with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res Winsor 

House 
MURRAY & O'HARE (Timothy B. Murray and Charles 

O'Hare) proprietors Grand Central Carriage Works, N 

s Twelfth bet Harrison & Alice 
MURRAY & YOUNG (Pembroke Murray and Joseph W. 

Young) proprietors Grand Central Hotel, S s Twelfth 

bet Webster & Harrison 
Murray Charles E., clerk with John Verhave, res SW cor 

East 12th and Sixth av 
Murray Daniel, laborer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res W s Pine nr 

Seward 
Murray Dennis, laborer, 822 Myrtle 
Murray Edward J., clerk Grand Central Hotel 
Murray George D., student University, res First Club House 
Murray George E., fresco painter, res Sunnyside House 
Murray J., painter, res 3(55 Ninth 

Murray John, tailor, res N s Twenty-fourth nr Filbert 
Murray Mary, domestic D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Murray Pembroke (Murray & Young) resGrand Central Hotel 
Murray Robert M., contractor and builder, res 689 Elm 
Murray S. C, carpenter, res N s Lincoln nr Willow 
Murray Timothy, shipwright W. D. Co., res N s Atlantic 

bet Willow and Campbell 
Murray Timothy B. (Murray & O'Hare) res 881 Twenty- 
second 
Murray William B., bookkeeper C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 821 

Thirteenth 



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Murray William F., laborer, res 822 Myrtle 

Murtha Peter, stone cutter (S. F.) res S s Taylor nr Wood 

Murty John E., fireman C. P. K. R. 

Musgrave Robert W., student University, res SE cor Hum- | 

boldt and Parker avs, B. 
Musselman David, shoemaker, 909 Seventh, res S s Seven- [ 

teenth nr Cypress 
Musser J. W., res W s Fifthjav bet East 11th and East 12th |j 
Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, Spencer Martin 

agent, 1106 Broadway 
.Myers & Moran (A. H. Myers and T. J. Moran) plumbers • 

and gasfitters, 1733 Seventh 
Myers A. F., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 558 Sixth [ 
Myers A. H. (Myers & Moran) res Eighth bet Willow and 

Campbell 
Myers Frederick F., lime, plaster, fire brick and drain pipe, 

NE cor Third and Washington, res 508 Fourth 
Myers Jeremiah, res N s Seventh bet Cedar and Bay 
Myers John, laborer W. D. Co. 
Myers Jonathan, agent Remington Sewing Machines, 465 [ 

Ninth, res 1921 Myrtle 
Myers Robert, res NE cor East 14th and Thirteenth av 
Myers William, carpenter, res E s Filbert nr Thirtieth 
Myers William H., with Albert Baker, res 715 Sixth 
Myers William R., painter, res 955 Third 
Myers — , printer, res 462 Twelfth 
Myles Frederick C, res 914 Eighth 

Myles George, clerk with E. D. Block & Co., res 428 Second 
Myles H. S. Mrs., 914 Eighth 
Myles James, clerk with Maloon & Caswell, res S E cor ! 

Twelfth and Market 
Myles Richard, painter and extraman Engine No. 2, res 428 

Second 
Myles William, plasterer, res 428 Second 
Myles William T., constable and engineer Felton Engine 

Co. No. 2., res NE cor Broadway and Second 
Myrick Ella Miss, teacher, res SE cor Brush and Thirteenth 
Myrick John B., machinist C. P. R. R., res 557 Seventh 
Myrick Lizzie B., teacher Prescott Primary School, res 1510 

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N 

Naegle G. H., wood and coal, NE cor Sixth and Washing- 
ton, res 603 Webster 

Naegle John, clerk with G. H. Naegle, res 603 Webster 

Nagle Edward, gardener, res N s Sixteenth bet Jefferson and 
Clay 

NAISMITH GEORGE S., agent Wilson Sewing Machines, 
1063 Broadway, res 1005 Seventh 

Naismith James, clerk (S. F.) res 615 Fourth 

Naisinith John, barber (S. F.) res 615 Fourth 

Names Nicholas, carpenter, res NW cor Third and Henry 

NASH, BROWN & CO. (J. A. Nash and L. D. Brown) gro- 
ceries, flour and feed, NE cor Seventh and Webster 

Nash John A. (Nash, Brown & Co.) res SE cor Fifteenth and 
Castro 

NATIONAL BREWERY DEPOT, John Holden proprietor, 
SE cor Broadway and Eighth 

Natkember Henry, gardener, N s Frederick bet Telegraph 
and San Pablo avs 

Neace W. A., driver Oakland K. R. Co. 

Neagle George W., groceries, res cor Eighth and Campbell 

Neagle J., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Nealon Jeremiah, farmer, res cor Ellsworth and Channing 
way, B. 

Nearney Dennis, boilermaker, res 653 Jackson 

Nebel Herrmann, clerk with D. Menke, res NW cor Broad- 
way and Sixth 

Nedderman B., boot and shoemaker, 705 East 12th, res 423 
East 12th 

Nedderman Henry, policeman, res East 12th bet Eighth and 
Ninth av 

Negrini J., res Eighteenth av, Lynn 

Neibo Andrius, gardener, res 912 Sixth av 

Neil William, plasterer, res 1420 Twelfth 

Neller Leopold (Held & Neller) res 1226 Broadway 

Nelson & Peterson (Mads Nelson and August Peterson) 
blacksmiths and wagonmakers, NE cor San Pablo and 
University avs, W. B. 

Nelson Andrew, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

Nelson Charles, gardener, res E s Filbert nr Third 

Nelson Daniel, laborer, res W s Adeline nr Third 

Nelson James, master mariner, res W s Chestnut nr Twenty- 
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Nelson James jr., carpenter, res Ws Chestnut nr Twenty- 
fourth 
Nelson John, carpenter and builder, res W s Kennedy bet 

Dennison and Livingston 
Nelson John M., cabinetmaker W. D. Co., res 916 Wood 
Nelson Mads (Nelson & Peterson) res cor San Pablo and 

University avs, W. B. 
Nelson Melvin, res W s Campbell nr Thirteenth 
Nelson Peter, plasterer, res N s Atlantic nr Willow 
Nelson P. N., bookkeeper with L. Chartrand. res 552 Broad- 
way 
Nelson Robert, carpenter, res W s Chestnut nr Twenty- 
fourth 
Nelson Thomas, master mariner, res 668 Brown 
Nesbitt Jennie W. Miss, teacher Grove-st School, res 754 

Tenth 
Nesbitt Mary E., domestic, 1360 West 
Nestell D. D. T., physician, office and res 714 Tenth 
Nethercott William, shipwright, res W s Bay nr Short 
Nettleton Eugene, engineer, res 958 Webster 
Neugent Bridgett, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Neumann Louis, upholsterer, res 569 Charter 
NEVADA MARKET, T. W. Thacker proprietor, SE cor 

Filbert and Third 
New American Sewing Machine, Hagar & Brownson agents, 

470 Twelfth 
New York Artificial Stone Co., Hall & Morey proprietors, 

post office box 554 
NEW YORK AUCTION STORE (dry goods) E. Barnett 

proprietor, 825 Broadway 
NEW YORK BAKERY, John Thomson proprietor, 910 

Broadway 
NEW YORK LIVERY STABLE, Strauter & Howard pro- 
prietors, SW cor Eighth and Webster 
Newcomb William, superintendent Oakland Paving Co's 

Stables, res Valley nr Locust 
Newell Agnes S. Mrs., teacher penmanship, 454 Twelfth 
Newell David, carpenter, N s Twelfth bet Franklin and Web- 
ster, res SW cor Washington and Eleventh 
Newell James, laborer, res N s Seventeenth nr Center 
Newell Julia C, nurse, res 573 Eighth 
Newell Theresa M. Miss, teacher, res 1354 Eighth 
Newgent Fred. C, butcher with J. Woerner, res 1054 Broad- 
way 
Newhouse Henry, wood carver, res 612 Second 
Newkoop John, carpenter, res 683 Twenty-sixth 



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great attractions to the public as a POPULAR RESORT. 



■lordon's wagons supply families in Oakland, Berkeley & Alameda. 



Neylan John, clerk (S. F.) res 1267 Eighth 

Neylan Joseph D., clerk (S. F.) res 1267 Eighth 

Neylan Mary E. Miss, res 1267 Eighth 

Nichol Peter, plumber W. D. Co. 

Nichol S., res Bartlett House 

Nicholl Block, NE cor Washington and Ninth 

NICHOLL HOUSE, Jackson & Nicholl proprietors, MB cor 

Washington and Ninth 
Nicholl John H. (Jackson & Nicholl) res Nicholl House 
Nicholls Henry, turner Pioneer Planing Mill, res cor Wash- 
ington and Second 
Nichols Andrew S., res 1119 West 
Nichols C, brakernan C. P. E. R., res Oakland Wharf 
Nichols C. M., insurance surveyor, res Fruit Yale av 



OAKLAND [Jf] DIRECTORY. 339 

NEWLAND & PUMYEA (Edward Newland and Peter 

Puniyea) livery stable, 462 Seventh — 

Newland Andrew (E. & A . Newland) res Newland House ~ 

NEWLAND E. & A., proprietors Newland House, NE cor ! j- 

Washington and Seventh ^ 

Newland Edward (E. & A. Newland and Newland £ Puniyea) • 

res Newland House 35 

NEWLAND HOUSE, E. & A. Newland proprietors, NE ' 

cor Washington and Seventh 2 

Newland House Restaurant, Miles Fumiss propi'ietor, 472 ^ 

Seventh ~ 

Newman Eugenia Miss, compositor Signs of the Times § 

Newman John, res W s Thirteenth av bet East 17th and SO 

East Eighteenth ^ 

Newman William, proprietor Billiard Saloon, Grand Central 

Hotel, res 571 Seventh 
Newmarch Caroline, domestic, 626 Thirteenth 
NEWSOM A. L. & T. D., architects, 1004 Broadway 
Newsom Alexander L. (A. L. & T. D. Newsom) res Lake 

Shore av OT 

Newsom J. J., res S s East 17th bet Seventh and Eighth avs ~ 
Newsom Lavens M., proprietor Maple Leaf Nursery, 151 ~ 

East 12th, res SW cor Sixth av and East 16th 
Newsom S., architect, res Winsor House 
Newsom Thomas D. (A. L. & T. D. Newsom) res East 16th 

nr Sixth av 
Newton Benjamin, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Newton Charles, res W s Fourth av nr East 16th 
Newton Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Newton L. D., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Newton — , bricklayer, res Eland Hsuse 
Neylan James (Neylan & Young, S. F.) res 1267 Eighth > 



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340 OAKLAND [N] DIRECTORY. 

Nichols George W., carpenter, res S s Twenty-first bet 

Market and Curtis 
Nichols James J., carpenter, res S s Twenty -first bet Curtis 

and Market 
Nichols Jesse C, apothecary with H. Bowman, res Clay nr 

Ninth 
Nichols John J., carpenter, res S s Twenty -first bet Curtis 

and Market 
Nichols Joseph, laborer C. P. B. E., res 678 Park 
Nichols Samuel M., res S s Twenty -first bet Curtis and 

Market 
Nichols Thomas E., student University 
NICHOLSON GEORGE J., nurseryman, NW cor Grove and 

Elm 
Nicholson I. E., physician and surgeon, office and res 626 

Eighth 
Nicholson John H., paying teller Bank California (S. P.) 

res 1205 Alice 
Nicholson Joseph C, with Dickson, DeWolf & Co. (S. F.) 

res 954 Twelfth 
Nicholson Thomas, teamster with E. Surry line & Co., res 

N s Taylor nr Pine 
Nicholson T. M., teamster with E. Surryhne & Co., res 

Taylor bet Pine and Wood 
Nicholson Walter H., student University 
Nicholson William, shoemaker with W. A. Watts, res W s 

Chestnut nr Thirty-fourth 
Nickerson James, carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 
Nickerson Zenas E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res W s Willow nr 

Chase 
Nickerson Zenas P., carpenter, res W s Willow r nr Chase 
Nicol Peter, plumber, res N s Laurel nr San Pablo av 
Nicoll William W., farmer, res 1641 San Pablo av 
Niehaus Edward F. (Sinister & Niehaus) res cor Second and 

Bristol, W. B. 
Niehaus Ernst, machine hand with Sinister & Niehaus, res 

cor Second and Bristol, W. B. 
Nielsen Edward, bookkeeper (S. F.) res S s Logan nr Grove 
Nightengale N. D. Mrs., boarding, cor Forty-ninth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Nightengale William, driver Oakland E. E., res cor Forty- 
ninth and Telegraph av, Temescal 
Nightingill A. E., publisher, res 565 Sixteenth 
Nimes Nicholas, carpenter, res SW cor Henry and Third 
Ninesmith George, sewing machine agent, res 1005 Seventh 
Nisbet John, gardener, res SE cor East 18th and Eleventh av 



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Best ICE CREAM FREEZERS at GORDON'S, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [ft[] DIRECTORY. 341 

Nissen L. C, master mariner, res S s Chase bet Wood and 

Willow 
Niswander J. S., miner, res SW cor William and Wood 
Nixon Eobeit B., res S s Minna nr Telegraph av 
Nixon - — , carpenter, res Capital Hotel 
Noah Andrew, hostler with C. H. Harrison, SE cor Center 

and Seventh 
Noble Robert, laborer with J. Lusk «fc Co., res cor Telegraph 

av and Clifton, Temescal 
Noble Thomas N., machinist and engineer, res cor Sixth 

and Holvoke, W. B. 
Noblett Robert R. (McCleverty & Noblett) res 1058 Alice 
Nocton Clara Miss, tailoress with T. Lancaster, res cor 

Twenty-first and West 
Noel John, farmer, res W s San Pablo av bet Strawberry 

creek and Temescal 
Nolan Ann Miss, dressmaker, 555 Eighth 
Nolan Bernard, plasterer, res NW cor Third and Chestnut 
Nolan Bridget, widow, res NW cor East 14th and Fifteenth 

av 
Nolan Daniel, pedlar, res E s Haven nr Peralta 
Nolan Dennis, res NW cor East 14th and Fifteenth av 
Nolan James (Carney & Nolan) res 417 Seventh 
Nolan James, bricklayer, res S s East 10th bet Third and 

Fourth avs 
Nolan James, engineer Oakland Gas Co., res 661 Jefferson 
Nolan Lawrence, harnessmaker (S. F.) res NW cor Goss 

and Pine 
Nolan M. A., dressmaker, 315 Eleventh 
Nolan Mary, domestic, 1129 Myrtle 
Nolan Sarah, widow, res 1810 Goss 
Nolan Sarah Miss, res 1810 Goss 

Nolan Stephen, proprietor Belle View Nursery, S s Thirty- 
third nr Telegraph av 
Nolan Timothy, truckman, res 709 Clay 
Nolan William, carpenter, res SE cor Thirty-second and 

Union 
Nolan — , carpenter, res 867 Campbell 
Nolan — Mrs., res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
NOLL JOSEPH, saloon, NW cor Seventh and Webster 
Noll Louis, paper hanger, res 668 Harrison 
Nolte Henry, real estate (S. F.) res 962 Clay 
Noone Martin, fireman C. P. R. R., res N s Twelfth bet 

Campbell and Peralta 
Noonan Dennis, lather, res E s Linden bet Second and Third 
Noonan M., dispatcher C. P. R. R. 



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WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 



342 OAKLAND [ N ] DIRECTORY. 

Noonan Patrick, butcher, res S s Summer nr Second, Tem- 
escal 

Noonan Timothy, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Noonan Win. J., farmer, res Summer nr Second, Temescal 

Nor Chris H., hostler with Henry H. Porch, res Grand 
Western Hotel 

Norcross James, with Mechanics' Mill (S. F.) res W s Wil- 
low bet Seward and Lincoln 

Nordhausen Adolph, res 558 Third 

Nordhausen Albert (C. & A. Nordhausen) res 558 Third 

Nordhausen C. & A., auction store, 813 Broadway 

Norhausen Charles (C. & A. Nordhausen) res 558 Third 

Norman George, foreman painter W. D. Co., res cor Wood 
and William 

Norman M., mechanic, res 607 Third 

Norman William, cook Union Hotel 

Normandin Louis, driver Oakland R. P., res cor Second 
and Clay 

Normandin Louis, hostler with Eemillard Bros. 

Norris James C, res 1268 Harrison 

North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., T. L. Walker 
agent, 1004 Broadway, rooms 8-9 

Northey & Wagar (V. S. Northey and L. Wagar) carriage, 
wagon and agricultural implement manufacturers, 801- 
803 East 12th 

Northey V. S. (Northey & Wagar) res SE cor Eleventh av 
and East 15th 

NORTHUP BENJAMIN C, butcher N s Seventh nr Wil- 
low (Masonic Hall Building) res 1653 Atlantic 

Norton James, stableman Clifford's Livery Stable, res 411 
Thirteenth 

Norton John, plasterer, res Winthrop House 

Norton Martin, laborer, res S s Dwight way nr Humboldt 
av, B. 

Norwood W. E., res Knox House 

Nourse George A., atty-at-law (S. F.) res NW cor Oak and 
Fourteenth 

Nourse George F., res 956 Castro 

Noxon John B., with Cal. Watch Co., res Park House, W.B. 

Noy William H., butcher, res SE cor Fifth and Brush 

Noyes John H., carpenter, res NE cor East 16th and Twen- 
tieth av 

Noyes William T., carpenter, res NE cor East 16th and 
Twentieth av 

Nugent Charles, clerk with Wm. S. Searing, res SE cor 
Clay and Ninth 



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A. D. WHITNEY, Proprietor. 



Drink Pure Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent. 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 343 

Nugent Frederick, butcher, res 1054 Broadway 
Nugent James, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Nunan John J. (Madden & Nunan) res cor Twenty-first and 

Broadway 
Nunan Timothy, laborer, res 1021 Franklin 
Nunemacker Robert, gardener, res 301 Second 
Nusbaumer Emil, student University 
Nye Stephen G., Judge County and Probate Court, res San 

Leandro 



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O'Beirne John, res 958 Third 

O'Beirne Joseph F., U. S. Commissioner (S. F.) res 958 

Third 
O Brady Barney, hostler, 672 Eleventh 
O'Brien Anna, widow, res N s Linden nr Twenty-eighth 
O'Brien Bridget, widow, res 1823 Goss 
O'Brien Edward, tinsmith with J. C. Bullock, res Goss bet 

Cedar and Pine 
O'Brien Ellen, widow, res E s Linden nr Twenty-first 
O'Brien Ellen, domestic with Walter Turnbull 
O'Brien James, laborer, res 368 First 
O'Brien James, painter, res El Dorado House 
O'Brien J. J. (J. J. O'Brien & Co.) res 1707 Octavia (S. F.) 
O'BRIEN J. J. & CO. (J. J. O'Brien) importers and dealers 

dry goods, 1117-1119 Broadway 
O'Brien John, laborer, res 417 Second 
O'Brien John, shoemaker, 833 Washington 
O'Brien John C, calker, res 1453 Fifth 
O'Brien Margaret, domestic with Walter Turnbull 
O'Brien Mathew, bookkeeper, res 873 Lydia 
O'Brien Michael, butcher with Hayes, Canuck & Co., res 

Roff's Hotel 
O'Brien Michael, millwright, res N s Ninth nr Chester 
O'Brien Michael V., carpenter C. P. B. R., res Seventh bet 

Cedar and Pine 
O'Brien Nicholas, blacksmith with King & Williams, and 

extraman with Engine Co. No. 1, res Webster bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
O'Brien Thomas, carpenter, res S s Logan nr San Pablo av 
O'Brien Timothy, clerk with J. McElroy, res 526 Seventh 
O'Brien William (Clooney & O'Brien) res NE cor Seventh 

and Peralta 
O'Brine James, dishwasher Eland House 



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Office, 224 Montgomery St., S. F., or Park st., Alameda. 



Woodward & Taggart-Desirabie Residence Properly for Sale. 



344 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

O'Callaghan James, student University, res Berkeley Hotel 
O'Connell & Co. (P. J. O'Connell and P. A. Murphy) dry 

and fancy goods, 1002 Broadway 

O'Connell Daniel, carver Oakland Planing Mill, res 295 
Clementina (S. F.) 

O'Connell James, laborer, res N s Elm nr Telegraph av 

O'Connell John, laborer, res 810 Alice 

O'Connell M. Mrs., widow, res N s William bet Campbell 
and Willow 

O'Connell Michael, stableman Dexter Stables, res 359 
Eleventh 

O'Connell Morris, laborer, res 11G8 Seventh 

O'Connell Patrick, teamster with Freeman & Jaffe, res Valley 

O'Connell Peter, laborer, res 811 Magnolia 

O'Connell P. J. (O'Connell & Co ) res 915 Grove 

O'Connell William, laborer, res S s Twenty-second nr Tele- 
graph av 

O'Connell William, laborer, res 213 Sixth 

O'Conner Jerry, proprietor Oakland Stone Yard, SE cor 
Seventh and Castro, res Second bet Brush and Castro 

O'Connor Daniel, gardener, res 1502 Fifth 

O'Connor Charles, plumber W. D. Co. 

O'Connor Delia, domestic, 819 Fifteenth 

O'Connor E. T., res E s Telegraph av bet Edwards and 
Plymouth av 

O'Connor Frank J., tinsmith with O. C. Kirk, res 215 East 
12th 

O'Connor Honora, domestic S s Eighth nr Peralta 

O'Connor James, res laborer, NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

O'Connor John, bricklayer, res cor Chestnut and Thirty- 
second 

O'Connor John, engineer, res 1502 Fifth 

O'Connor John, foreman C. P. K. B., res W s Cedar bet 
Goss and Short 

O'Connor John, welldigger, resNE cor Chestnut and Thirty- 
second 

O'Connor Margaret Miss, res W s Telegraph av bet Forty- 
first and Forty-second 

O'Connor Mary, widow, res N s Seventh bet Cedar and Bay 

O'Connor Morris, teamster, res Winthrop House 

O'Connor Patrick, blacksmith C. P. K. B., res W s Bay nr 
Eighth 

O'Connor Patrick, laborer, res Valley bet Walnut and 
Locust 

O'Connor Timothy, laborer C. P. B. B., res SE cor Elev- 
enth and Cypress 



PIEDMONT SPRINGS A - D - WH,TNEY - Proprielor 



FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS AT ALL HOURS. 



J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 345 

O'Day Daniel, laborer, res E s Peralta nr Twenty-fourth 

O'Dea Edmond, blacksmith with P. H. McGrew, res NW 
cor East 11th and Thirteenth av 

O'Dea Thomas, cartman, res S s Thirteenth nr Center 

O'Donald Andrew, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res Mechan- 
ics' Hotel 

O'Donnell Emma, domestic, S s Fourteenth bet Brush and 
West 

O'Donnell James, laborer, res 681 Park 

O'Donnell Myles F., compositor Transcript, res 462 Twelfth 

O'Donnell Thomas, laborer, res SE cor East 20th and Thir- 
teenth av 

O'Grady Coleman, stonemason, res 1103 Third 

O'Grady Thomas, live stock, res W s Filbert bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth 

O'Halloran Mary, domestic, NE cor Fifteenth and Grove 

O'Hara Margaret, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

O'Hare Charles (Murray & O'Hare) res cor Market and 
Twenty-fifth 

O'Hare Patrick, res N s Fifteenth nr Center 

O'Hare Peter, plumber Avith John A. C. MacDonald, res 
Twenty-fourth nr Market 

O'Keefe D., res Central Pacific Railroad House 

O'Keefe John, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

O'Keeffe Daniel, boot and shoemaker, shop and res 681 
East 12th 

O'Keeffe Daniel, laborer, res cor Tenth and Franklin 

O'Leary Cornelius, gasfitter, res E s Market bet Fifteenth 
and Sixteenth 

O'Leary Cornelius, laborer, res 863 Lydia 

O'Leary Jeremiah, laborer, res 517 Fourth, rear 

O'Leary Thomas, saloon, res 917 Webster 

O'Loughlin Hattie Mrs., chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 

O'Maley Edward, laborer, res W s Magnolia nr Twenty- 
second 

O'Melveny Henry W., student University, res First Club 
House 

O'Neil Dennis, car repairer C. P. R. R. 

O'Neil John, res E s San Pablo av nr Baxter Station 

O'Neil M. A. Miss, assistant Grove-st School, res Webster 
bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

O'Neil Mary, domestic, 853 Myrtle 

O'Neil Owen, laborer, res NW cor East 14th and First av 

O'Neil Patrick, laborer W. D. Co. 

O'Neil Patrick, saloon, 420 Seventh 

O'Neil Thomas, saloon, res 917 Webster 



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Woodward & Taggart, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. 

346 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

O'Neile Martin, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., res E s 

Chestnut nr First 
O'Neill Edmund, student University 

O'Neill Edward, laborer, res N s William bet Bay and Cedar 
O'Neill Eugene, draughtsman, Union Iron Works (S. F.) 

res E s Cedar bet Short and Division 
O'Neill James J., painter, res Lincoln bet Willow and 

Campbell 
O'Neill John, laborer, res W s Myrtle bet First and Third 
O'Neill John, laborer, res E s San Pablo av nr Railroad 

crossing 
O'Neill John H., laborer, res 875 Twenty-second 
O'Neill Kate, domestic, 910 Myrtle 
O'Neill Timothy, stonecutter Oakland Stoneyard, res Second 

bet Brush and Castro 
O'Neill William, farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Railroad 

crossing 
O'Regan Richard, stableman with A. W. May 
O'Riley Peter, cook, res W s Chester nr Fifth 
O'Riley Michael, dealer in coal oil, res 728 Linden 
O'Reilley P., res 733 Center 
O'Rourke Bartholomew, bootfitter with S. Warrington, res 

Washington nr Seventh 
O'Rourke John, laborer, res N s Evo} r av nr Telegraph av 
O'Rourke Mary, widow, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph 

av 
O'Shea Dennis, laborer, res 964 Castro 
O'Shea Henry, gardener with E. Gill, res S s Twenty-eighth 

nr Market 
O'Shea J. J., gasfitter and plumber, tin and hardware, SE 

cor Laurel and San Pablo av, res 1718 San Pablo av 
O'Sullivan James, laborer W. D. Co., res W s Magnolia nr 

Second 
O'Sullivan Timothy J., laborer Oakland Planing Mill, res 

Overland House 
O'Toole Bridget, domestic, 957 Castro 
O'Toole John P., salesman with Wm. Dick & Co., res 

Blake House 
Oak Grove Tannery, J. S. Derby proprietor, 871 East 

Twelfth 
Oakes & Greenus (Wm. J. Oakes and Albert E. Greenus) 

sign painters, 1220 Broadway 
Oakes Charles, upholsterer with G. W. Oakes, res 369 

Tenth 
Oakes D. B., carpenter Northern R. R., res N. s Seventh 

bet Wood and Willow 

do to PIEDMONT SPRINGS for a Drive and elegant Dinner D .!J«S. T 



)rink Napa Soda, a pure, natural Mineral Water. Gordon Agent. 



T tl£ OAKLAND 

Bank of Sayings 



capital, - - - $1,000,000 



IDIEECTOES: 



E. C. SESSIONS, W. W. CAMROX. W. E. MILLER. 

WM. POWER, HENRY ROGERS, A. W. BOWMAN. 

W. A. ALDRICH, W. H. GLASCOCK. 



Finance Committee. 

E. C. SESSION'S, W. E. MILLER, WM. POWER. 



E. C. SESSIONS President. 

CHARLES ROBERTS Caghier. 



Term Deposits remaining full three months or more, will be entitled to dividends of 
interest, which are payable semi-annually. 

NO ENTRANCE FEES OR CHARGES MADE FOR BANK BOOKS, 

Loans made and a general Banking business transacted. 

Our own Exchange, Gold or Currency, on New YorK, available in all parts 01 tne United States. 
lor sale. We draw direct on London and Berlin, available in all parts of Europe. 

We also furnish Exchange at current rates on London, Frankiort-on-the-Main, 

Berlin and Paris, available in all parts of Europe. Allow the best market rates for Gold 
and Currency Drafts on Xew York. 

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Woodward & Taggart-Desirable Business Property for Sale. 



348 OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 

Oakes G. W. cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 369 Tenth 

Oakes "William J. (Oakes & Greenus) res SE cor Eighteenth 
and Broadway 

OAKLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO EXPRESS, Meader 
& Co. proprietors, offices 907 Broadway and 333 East, 
S. F. 

OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS (The) E. C. Sessions 
President, W. W. Camron Vice-President, Charles Rob- 
erts Cashier, NE cor Twelfth and Broadway 

OAKLAND BASKET FACTORY, A. J. Schneider pro- 
prietor, 962 Broadway 

Oakland Benevolent Association, Herman B. Sears, Secre- 
tary, 464 Fourth 

OAKLAND BILLIARD PARLOR, John Fennessy, propri- 
etor, 863 Broadway 

OAKLAND BREWERY, Kramm & Dieves, proprietors, 
cor Telegraph av and Durant, office cor Ninth and 
Broadway 

Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R. R., L. Wintringer 
superintendent, office and stables E s Sixth av bet East 
11th and East 12th 

OAKLAND BROOM FACTORY, H. Cordes proprietor, S 
s Sixth nr Broadway 

OAKLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE, D. C. Taylor proprie- 
tor, N s Fourteenth bet Washington and Clay 

Oakland Carriage Manufactory, M. W. 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, Wm. Harwood wharfinger, foot of 
Franklin and Webster 

Oakland Co. (Chinese) cigar manufacturers, 466 Seventh 

OAKLAND DAILY EVENING TRIBUNE, William E. 
Dargie manager, 911 Broadway 

OAKLAND DAILY TRANSCRIPT, Chamberlain & Powers 
proprietors and publishers, 911 Broadway 

Oakland Engine Co. No. 3, S s Eighth bet Willow and 
Campbell 

OAKLAND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY, W. F. Hitch- 
cock, agent, 958 Broadway 

OAKLAND FURNITURE WAREROOMS, Christian 
Schreiber proprietor, 1105-1107 Broadway 

OAKLAND GAS CO., Van Leer Eastland superintendent, 
SE cor.Second and Washington 



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3 miles from Oakland. A. D. WHITNEY .Propr. 



Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 

OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 349 

OAKLAND HIGH SCHOOL, J. B. McChesney principal, 

cor Market and Twelfth 
OAKLAND HOUSE AND ROOM RENTING AGENCY, 

W. P. Haynes & Co. managers, 1106 Broadway 
OAKLAND IRON WORKS, Ives Scoville, propietor, 511- 

513 Second 
OAKLAND JOURNAL (German weekly) Journal Co. pub- 
lishers and proprietors, 866 Broadway 
Oakland Kindergarten (German and American School) 835 

Brush 
OAKLAND LADIES' RELIEF SOCIETY, Mrs. Isabella 

Perkins matron, S s Linden bet Broadway and Tele- 
• graph av 
OAKLAND LIBRARY, Joseph B. McChesney president, 

Miss Mary F. Benton secretary, Miss Ina D. Coolbrith 

librarian, N s Fourteenth bet Broadway and Clay 
OAKLAND LUMBER YARD, Samuel Merritt proprietor, 

foot Washington 
OAKLAND, PACHECO AND MT. DIABLO STAGE LINE, 

Downing & Forester proprietors, office 368 Eighth 
OAKLAND PAVING CO., C. T. H. Palmer president, 

Union Bank Building, room 6, quarry McAdam nr Broad- 
way 
OAKLAND PHARMACY, Frank G. Lunt proprietor, NE 

cor Willow and Seventh 
OAKLAND PIONEER STEAM DYEING WORKS, G. 

Rangod proprietor, 307 Twelfth 
OAKLAND PLANING MILL, Burnham, Standeford & Co. 

proprietors, First, Second and Washington 
OAKLAND POINT PLANING MILL, Schoonover & Co. 

proprietors, Oakland Point 
OAKLAND RAILROAD CO., J. S. Emery president, Geo. 

Y. Loring secretary, F. W. Knox treasurer, office 921 

Broadway, room 2 
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE AND MERCHANTS' EX- 
CHANGE, E. P. Casterline secretary, 911 Washington 
Oakland Shirt Factory, H. Wichelhausen manager, 479 Ninth 
Oakland Stone Yard, Jerry O'Connor proprietor, SE cor 

Seventh and Castro 
Oakland Straw Works, Henry Ingram proprietor, 468 Ninth 
Oakland Township Assessor, W. F. Boardman, office County 

Court House, room 3 
Oakland Township Pound, District No. 7, Samuel Smith 

poundmaster, nr Four-mile House, Telegraph road 
OAKLAND TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., William E. 

Dargie manager, 911 Broadway 



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WOODWARD & TAGGART, 460 and 462 EIGHTH STREET. 



350 OAKLAND [0] DIRECTORY. 

OAKLAND TROTTING PARK, H. A. Bandlett proprietor, 

W s San Pablo av two miles NW City Hall 
OAKLAND WAREHOUSE, Gladding Bros, proprietors, 

NE cor First and Jefferson 
OASIS WINE ROOMS, J. P. Wonderlich proprietor, 905 

Broadway 
Obenauer G., tailor with S. Francis, res 1372 Franklin 
Ober Worth, horse trainer, res E s San Pablo av nr Adeline 
Obrock J. F., butcher with L. Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 
Ocean View School, M. M. Gilman principal, E s San Pablo 

av nr Delaware, W. B. 
Odd Fellows' Building, SE cor East 12th and Eleventh av 
Odd Fellows' Hail, NW cor Franklin and Eleventh 
Odell Charles E., bookkeeper Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1400 Twelfth 
Odell George E., carpenter, res 962 Clay 
Odell Isaac, fireman Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Oderkirk John (Carmichael & Oderkirk) res 523 Eighth 
Odle W. S., carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Oefele Wm., bartender with Charles Metzler, res 473 Eighth 
Oettl Louis, cook Union Hotel 
OFFO Dr., Chinese physician, 704 Broadway 
OGDEN D. F., dentist, 1207 Broadway and 1208 San Pablo 

av, res 1207 Broadway 
Ogerty — , shoemaker, res Eagle House 
Ogilby Robert E., civil engineer, res 1228 Broadway 
Ohler Leonard, barber with Classon & Trost, res Myrtle nr 

Fifth 
Ohlsen Jacob, gardener, res N s Merrimac pi bet Webster 

and Telegraph av 
Ohlson Lawrence, cooper, res W s Magnolia nr Twenty- 
eighth 
Ohme Charles, carpenter, res S s Twenty-second nr Myrtle 
Olander Albert, machinist, res Eureka Hotel 
Olanie Xavier, patternmaker, res 1170 Sixteenth av 
Olcese Frank, fruits and candies, 456 Seventh, res cor Sev- 
enth and Franklin 
OLD BLAISE HOUSE, Ame & Philibert proprietors, 

Twelfth opp Lake Merritt 
Olimo S., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Oling O. O., carpenter, res E s Pine nr Lincoln 
Oliver Aaron P., carpenter, res 818 Fifteenth 
Oliver Edith, domestic, 462 Twelfth 
Oliver F. Mrs., res 804 Tenth 

Oliver Frank G., gardener with G. S. Dodge, res SW cor 
Eighth and Madison 



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Oliver Harold G., solicitor Victor Sewing Machine Co., res 

612 East 15th 
Oliver James M., porter C. P. R, R,, res 271 Sixth 
Oliver William P., res 1008 West 

Ollis Henry, carriage and wagon manufacturer, 1008 Frank- 
lin, res 1010 Franklin 
Olmstead James M., lumber surveyor, res E s Tenth av bet 

East 14th and East 15th 
Olmsted George, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Olmsted L. H. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 1228 Broadway 
Olmsted Pauline Miss, res 1228 Broadway 
Olmsted R. A., clerk with Bell & Stump, res 1322 Tele- 
graph av 
Olmsted Sibyl L. Miss, res 1228 Broadway 
OLNEY & CO. (James N. and Charles C. Olney) real estate 
agents and auctioneers, 857 Broadway (and 219 San- 
some, S. F.) 
Olney Charles C. (Olney & Co.) res 1151 Alice 
Olney F. A., pressman Daily Tribune, res 1001 Webster 
Olney James N. (Olney <fc Co.) res 1356 Franklin 
Olofson Peter, laborer, res W s Twenty -first av bet East 24th 

and East 25th 
Olsen Andrew, clerk with William Stewart, res NW cor 

Ninth and Cypress 
Olsen Anthony, student University 

Olsen John, carpenter, res S s Lincoln bet Wood and Pine 
Olsen John C, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res S s Lin- 
coln bet Wood and Pine 
Olsen John P. (Olsen & Johnson, S. F.) res 722 Linden 
Olsen Rasmus, carpenter, res 1056 Third 
Olsen Trone, waiter Grand Western Restaurant, res 1756 

Seventh 
Olson C, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Olson John, carpenter, res S s Twentieth nr Market 
Olson Nelson, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Omen — , shipwright, res 1013 Third 
Omey William H., engineer, res 1766 Division 
ONCE-A-WEEK (weekly) John F. Uhlhorn publisher, 461 

Ninth 
Orchard Thomas, postal clerk C. P. R. R., res 63 Valley 
Oregon Block, NE cor Broadway and Thirtieth 
Organ Thomas, carpenter, res William bet Cedar and Bay 
Organ Walter M., cigars and tobacco, cor Pine and Seventh, 

res N s William bet Cedar and Bay 
Ornisby A. W., machinist Pioneer Planing Mill, res 655 
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Ormsby C. W., carpenter, res 1310 Harrison 

Ormsby E. S., res 1306 Harrison 

Orr James E., carpenter, res cor Thirteenth av and East 25th 

Orr John C, painter with C. B. Rutherford, res Eleventh 
bet Webster and Harrison 

Orr Samuel, carpenter, res Eland House 

ORR WILLIAM H.„ saloon, NW cor San Pablo and Un- 
ion avs 

Orrick Oliver S., with Averill Paint Co. (S. F.) res 1107 
Adeline 

Ortman C. L., Mrs., res W s Broadway nr Twenty-first 

Osborn O. C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 956 Webster 

Osborn William, turner W. D. Co., res 1020 Wood 

Osborn William E., student University 

Osbourne Samuel, shorthand reporter, res NE cor Eleventh 
av and East 18th 

Oschkinat A. (Gehlich & Oschkinat) res Fifteenth bet Kirk- 
ham and Center 

Osgood Charles G. Mrs., res W s Grove nr Brown 

Oshner Bertha (widow) res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty- 
ninth 

Ossosky Morris, butcher, 363 Eighth 

Ostello J. H., upholsterer, 367 Seventh 

Osterhout Schuyler, clerk Northern R. R.., res Grand West- 
ern Hotel 

Otis Charles W., principal Durant School, res S s Plymouth 
av nr Telegraph av 

Otis Henry, painter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Ott A. Mrs., res 621 Third 

Ott Charles, tinsmith with M. De La Montanya, res 621 
Third 

Ott Henry, sash and blind maker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 
621 Clay 

Ott John, bricklayer, res N s Magnolia nr Thirty-fourth 

Otten C, merchant, res N s Twelfth nr Campbell 

Ottero Daniel, bootblack with Joseph Martel, res E s Mar- 
ket nr Fourth 

Otto & Zingsem (Henry Otto and P. J. Zingsem) saloon, 
NW cor Fifth and Broadway 

Otto Gus. A., printer Pacific Press, res N s Seventh bet 
Washington and Clay 

Otto Henry (Otto & Zingsem) res Eureka Hotel 

Otto Max, butcher, res 707 Sycamore 

Ough John, carpenter with Power & Ough, res 1171 Six- 
teenth av 

Ough Joseph, res 421 East 12th 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 353 

Ougli Richard (Power & Ough) res SE cor East 17th and 

Fourth av 
Ouroux Edward, laborer, res 361 First 
Outram D. J., boots and shoes, 1163 Broadway, res 859 

Harrison . 
Overland House, James R. Smith proprietor, NW cor 

Broadway and First 
OVERLAND OYSTER HOUSE, R. Calhoun proprietor, 

NW cor First and Webster 
Overshiner Mary Miss, compositor Signs of the Times, res 

608 Fourth 
Owen Charles W., stairbuilder, res S s Third bet Alice and 

Jackson 
Owen F. A., piano tuner, res 4 Sixteenth 
Owen N. J., clerk (S. F.) res W s Center opp Tenth 
Owen W. A., carpenter, res Eagle House 
Owen William W., carpenter W. D. Co., res East 11th bet 

Tenth and Eleventh avs 
Owen W. J. (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) res Grand Central 

Hotel 
Owens C. W., with Oakland Planing Mill 
Owens John, patternmaker W. D. Co., res 859 Castro 
Owens Julia Mrs., res 714 Broadway 
Owens Kate, domestic with A. K. P. Harmon 
Owens Maggie, domestic, res 573 Eleventh 
Owens Mary, domestic, 716 Fifth 
Owens R., conductor C. P. R. R. 
Owens Stephen, carpenter W. D. Co., res NE cor Twelfth 

and Willow 
Owens — , farmer, res E s Peralta, nr West 5th 
Oxford S. C. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 306 Seventh 



Pacheco Romualdo, Member Congress, res 964 Myrtle 
Pacific Candy Manufactory, Henry Kirchheiner proprietor, 

1007 Broadway 
Pacific Diamond Gaslight Co., 1068 Broadway 
Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., Leopold Cahn President, 

Philip Susmann secretary, cor Second av and East 10th 
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Sacramento, Homer 

A. Craig agent, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 
PACIFIC POTTERY (Sacramento, Cal.) W. H. Parkinson 

agent, 1160 Broadway 



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354 OAKLAND [ P J DIRECTORY. 

PACIFIC PRESS, James White president, James E. White 

secretary, 1059 Castro 
Pacific Stone Co., F. Chappellet president, yard SE cor 

Second and Franklin 
Packard Charles (W. C. Mason & Co.) res Fifth av bet East 

15th and East 16th 
Packard E. H., machinehand Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 

1113 Sixteenth av 
Packard Warren, res 522 East 14th 
Paddack George Mrs., res 667 Sixth 
Paddock Herbert L., res NE cor Fifth av and East 16th 
Page Alfred, cook with Campbell & Spiars, res 1054 Broad- 
way 
PAGE 'FRANCIS S., exchange and money broker, 1007 and 

917 Broadway, res 122 Eleventh 
Page Frederick, painter, res SW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Broadway 
Page Harry, painter, res NE cor East 14th and Thirteenth av 
Page James, laborer, res N s Dalton av nr Stock Yards 
Page J. H., res NE cor Brush and Eighth 
Page Jonathan, foreman blacksmith C. P. R. R., res 942 

W T ood 
Page — Mrs., res 1197 Sixteenth av 
Paget Felicien, teacher Classical and English School, res 

863 Alice 
Paget Howard, clerk with L. Gottshall & Co., res cor Shat- 

tuck and Addison, B. 
Pagge Antonio, waiter Barnum's Restaurant, res SE cor 

Broadway and Seventh 
Pagge Brothers (P. and Leonard Pagge) proprietors Bar- 
num's Restaurant, SE cor Broadway and Seventh 
Pagge Leonard (Pagge Bros.) res SE cor Broadway and 

Seventh 
Pagge P. (Pagge Bros.) res SE cor Broadway and Seventh 
Pagnum John, teamster, res 679 Twenty-sixth 
Pagnum Patrick, laborer, res SW cor Thirty-third and Grove 
Pahnke J, Mrs., seamstress, res NE cor Market and Third 
Paille' Marcellin, French laundry, res 323 Twelfth 
Paine Joseph, engineer C. P. R. R., res N s Pacific bet 

Willow and Campbell 
Painter Albert, student University, res Berkeley Hotel 
Palace Club House (Pioneer Club) N s University av bet 

Ellsworth and Chapel, B. 
Palazo Carlo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Palen Asa, salesman with Mellis Bros., res Grove bet Ninth 

and Tenth 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 355 

Palinbauni Solomon, glazier with Whittier, Fuller & Co. 

res 379 Fifth 
Pallies Alexander, commission merchant (S. F.) res NE cor 

Telegraph av and Merrimac pi 
Palm Charles W., clerk with Eoger S. Day, res 259 Fourth 
Palm Cyrus, res 259 Fourth 
Palmer Abigail Mrs., res 960 Eighth 
Palmer A. W., harnessmaker with F. A. Marston, res 253 

Eighth 
Palmer C. C, commission merchant, res E s Madison bet 

Ninth and Tenth 
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 Berkeley 
Palmer E. H., contractor and builder, res 958 Webster 
Palmer Frank L., sec San Joaquin and Kings River Canal 

and Irrigation Co (S. F.) res 592 Sycamore 
Palmer George M., res Shell Mound Park 
Palmer Henry, carpenter, res Webster bet Ninth and Tenth 
PALMER HENRY A., cashier Union National Gold Bank, 

res Knox House 
Palmer James W., lumber surveyor, res S s Eighth nr Wil- 
low 
Palmer J. J., hardware (S. F.) res Knox House 
Palmer Rollin H., engineer, res N s Eighth nr Campbell 
Palmer Warren, carpenter W. D. Co., res N s Chase bet 

Wood and Willow 
Pantoskey Hermann, furniture and glassware, 461 Fourth, 

res 711 Broadway 
Pantoskey Jacob, res 461 Fourth 
Paoletti Charles, saloon and restaurant, University av nr 

Hxunboldt av, B. 
Papworth Alonzo, watchman Oakland Bank of Savings 
Para Jose', laborer with Freeman & Jaffe 
Parant J. G., laborer, res 855 Franklin 
PARDEE E. H., Mayor of Oakland and physician, (S. F.) 

res 672 Eleventh 
Pardee George C, student University, res 672 Eleventh 
Pardon Albert, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Parent Joseph, laborer, res 560 Franklin 
Paris Charles, res 477 Bay pi 
Parish Charles L., builder, res NE cor Twenty-first and 

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356 OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 

Park CO., painter, res Capital Hotel 

PARK HOUSE, Henry Pine proprietor, NW cor University 

av and Third, W. B. 
Park Thomas E., plasterer, res cor Peralta and Thirty- 
sixth 
Parker Aaron, carpenter and boxmaker, shop Standard Soap 

Co's Factory, W. B. 
Parker Annie, domestic with William DeFremery 
Parker Anthony, sexton Church of the Immaculate Concep- 
tion, res 860 Seventh 
Parker Charles A., carpenter, res NE cor Fifth and Lewis 
Parker Edward A., instructor Physics and Mechanics, Uni- 
versity, res Winsor House 
Parker Edward W. (Haddock & Parker) res 706 Thirteenth 
Parker E. P., clerk with W. C. Parker, res Blake House 
Parker F. A. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 

cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Parker Francis L., carpenter with Wall & Black, res NE cor 

Fifth and Lewis 
Parker G. A., res Grand Central Hotel 
Parker George, painter, res Seventh nr Madison 
Parker George J., painter with C. B. Rutherford, res Jack- 
son bet Seventh and Eighth 
Parker H. V., carpenter, res 577 Sixteenth 
Parker Jennie, domestic with Wm. DeFremery 
Parker John, laborer, res Seventh bet Broadway and Frank- 
lin 
Parker Joseph, res S s Seventeenth nr Cypress 
Parker Leonidas, farmer, res cor Thirteenth av East 33d, 

Lynn 
Parker L. D., capitalist, res Winsor House 
Parker Mary, domestic, 963 Clay 
Parker Miles, shipwright, res First nr Castro 
Parker O. W., teacher music and piano tuner, 1163 Broad- 
way, res NW cor Franklin and Broadway 
Parker Thomas, res N s Vernon av nr College av, Temes- 

cal 
PARKER WILLIAM C, newsdealer, books, stationery, 
and manufacturer picture frames, 843 Broadway, res W 
s Madison nr Lake 
Parkin Thomas, carpenter, res SW cor William and Pine 
Parkinson Jacob C, with W. H.Parkinson, res 1160 Broad- 
way 
Parkinson Thomas D., civil engineer, res 718 Twelfth 
Parkinson William F., bookkeeper with W. H. Parkinson, 
res 627kTenth 



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OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 357 

PARKINSON W. H. agent Pacific Pottery and dealer in 

fire-brick, plaster decorations, sewer-pipe and flower 

pots, 1160 Broadway, res 627 Tenth 
Parks J. Lewis Rev., rector St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 

res 1513 Telegraph av 
PARMELAND F., restaurant, 839 Broadway 
Parratt Frederick (Parratt, Arrowsmith & Co., S. F.) res 

527 Frederick 
Parrish Ransom, res 171 Third 
Parrish William H., machinist Oakland Planing Mill, res 

171 Third 
Parrott John W., shipwright W. D. Co., res N s Nineteenth 

nr Market 
Parry Chas., engineer Pioneer Planing Mill, res 612 Second 
Parry George, clerk U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 832 Market 
Parry James, shipwright, res 722 Myrtle 
Parshley William, bartender with John Terney, res 1015 

Washington 
Parsons Allen S., scroll sawyer Pioneer Planing Mill, res 

555 Broadway 
Parsons Edward, groceries and liquors, NE cor Second and 

Franklin 
Parsons George W., farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Temescal 

creek 
Parsons Nathaniel F., carpenter, res NW cor Thirty-ninth 

and Grove 
Parsons Samuel, res N s East 16th bet Seventh and Eighth 

avs 
Parson Samuel S., restaurant C. P. R. R. wharf 
Parsons S. H. Mrs., res 924 Filbert 
PARTENSCKY CHARLES, proprietor Berkeley Laundry, 

N s Twelfth nr Kirkham, office 457 Seventh 
Partick Kate Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 835 Market 
Partridge A. P., carpenter W. D. Co., res Ninth bet Center 

and Cypress 
Partridge Edward B., bookkeeper with W. W. Dodge & Co. 

(S. F.) res 810 Filbert 
Partridge P. M., painter, res S s Eleventh bet Castro and 

Brush 
Partridge William H., fireman C. P. R. R., res NE cor 

Taylor and Pine 
Patenaude Hippolyte, teamster with Remillard & Bros., res 

cor Second and Clay 
Patrick E. F., res 533 Frederick 
Patrick E. G. Mrs., saleswoman with Wm. Dick & Co., res 

SW cor Nineteenth and Telegraph av 



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358 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Patrick Tillie J. Miss, cashier with Wm. Dick & Co., res 

SW cor Nineteenth and Telegraph av 
Patrick William, res 533 Frederick 

Patrick William, stock owner, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Patronak Frederick F., meat market, 1323 San Pablo av 
Patten John, laborer W. D. Co., res N s William bet Pine 

and Cedar 
Patten R. F., res SE cor Seventh av and East 11th 
Patten S. C, carpenter, res SE cor Fifth and Henry 
Patten William, res SE cor Seventh av and East 11th 
Patterson Charles, laborer with T. W. Corder 
Patterson George, res 685 S} T camore 
Patterson John A., brakeman C. P. R. R., res S s William 

bet Cedar and Bay 
Patterson John W., bookkeeper Grove-st Planing Mill, res 

965 Jefferson 
Patterson Matilda, domestic, Bay nr Broadway 
Patterson Prescilla Mrs., domestic Chi Phi House 
Patterson Robert, teamster, res Union Hotel 
Patterson William F., paper hanger with J. H. Garrigan, 

res 360 Seventh 
Patterson — , res W s Brush nr Sixth 
Pattiani A. W., clerk with Woodward & Taggart, res Eighth 

bet Market and Myrtle 
Patton Belle E. Miss, res cor Sixth and Alice 
Patton Frank, tinsmith, res SE cor Goss and Wood 
Patton Frederick E., secretary Trust Fund Insurance Co., 

res 1518 Broadway 
Patton J. R., machinist, res SE cor Alice and Sixth 
Patton W. H., civil engineer, res 1291 Alice 
Paufoe & Larson (C. Paufoe and L. Larson) saloon, 802 

Broadway 
Paufoe C. (Paufoe <fc Larson) res S s Third nr Washington 
Paul C, tinsmith, E s Telegraph av bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
Paul Henry, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S s Harlan nr 

Peralta 
PAUL JOHN A., proprietor American Bakery, 815 Broad- 
way, res 1059 Franklin 
Paul John H. (Hickey & Paul) res 1059 Franklin 
Paul Joseph J., assayer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1065 Twelfth 
Paul Joseph J. Mrs., private school, SW cor Twelfth and 

Jackson 
Paul Logan, foreman W. D. Co., res 1524 Fifth 
Paul P. L., driver with John A. Paul, res 1059 Franklin 
Paul William, with Cal. W r atch Co., res Park House, W. B. 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 359 

Paulson & Co. (L. L. Paulson) agents Singer Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., 1218 San Pablo av 
Paulson L. L. (Paulson & Co.) res 1218 San Pablo av 
Paulson W. S., school teacher (S. F.) res E s Eleventh av 

bet East 14th and East 15th 
Payne E. B. Eev., pastor First Congregational Church, B., 

res N s Dwight way nr Humboldt av, B. 
Payne Frank Howard, physician and surgeon, E s Choate 

opp Post Office, B. 
Payne J. H. Eev., res N s Dwight way nr Telegraph av, B. 
Payne John, sexton First Methodist Church, res W s Myrtle 

nr Twenty-fourth 
Peabody W. B., carpenter, res S s Delaware nr Tenth, W.B. 
Peacemaker George, laborer, res S s Chase nr Pine 
Peacock Robert, sawyer Brooklyn Planing Mill, res SW cor 

Second and Madison 
Peal Allen, janitor Lafayette School, res 963 Webster 
Pearce Richard Mrs., res 969 Jefferson 
Pearce Webb N.. clerk Oakland Post Office 
Pearson John W., stocks (S. F.) res 14 Pearson's Row 
Pearson Thomas, gilder Cal. Watch Co., res N s Bristol nr 

Fifth, W. B. 
Pease Arthur C, carpenter Oakland Point Planing Mill, res 

S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Pease John H., carpenter, res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Pease L. W., carpenter, res W s Grove nr Twentieth 
Pebble W., teamster with J. P. Laphan, res W s San Pablo 

av nr Alcatraz av 
Pebbles Frank M. (Pebbles & Baldwin, S F.) res 1015 

Peralta 
Peck & Hall (Chauncy A. Peck and Sether J. Hall) groce- 
ries and gen mchdse, E s Chapel nr Bancroft way, B. 
Peck Anna, domestic, 916 Myrtle 
Peck Chauncy A., agent Firemans Fund Insurance Co. (and 

Peck & Hall) res E s Chapel nr Bancroft way, B. 
Peck James R., drayman, res SE cor Fifth av and East 16th 
Peck W. F., bricklayer, res 756 Sixth 
Peck William W., laborer Pacific Iron Works (S. F.) res N 

s Chase nr Cedar 
Pecker J. C, bootmaker with Charles A. Broad 
Peckham A. E. (Whittier & Peckham) res 516 Seventh 
Peckham CO., laborer, res 516 Seventh 
Peckinpah A. R., teamster, res N s East 11th bet Seventh 

and Eighth avs 
Peckman O. C, laborer Oakland Lumber Yard, res N s 

Seventh bet Clay and Washington 



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Pederson Nils J., res S s Third bet Castro and Brush 
Pedrini C, groceries and liquors, SE cor Telegraph av and 

Birch, Temescal 
Pedrini Mary Mrs., fancy goods, SE cor Telegraph av and 

Birch, Temescal 
Peladeau Guilleaume, farmer, res Folsom nr Shell Mound 

Park 
Pelham M. E. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res W s Ninth 

av bet East 17th and East 18th 
Pelkey Joseph H., brakeman C. P. K. Pi., res N s Twelfth 

nr Center 
Pellant Catherine, domestic, 1224 Eighth 
Peller Herman, plumber with J. C. A. Macdonald, res cor 

Twenty-second and Market 
Peller John, corpenter with Wall <fc Black, res cor Twenty- 
second and Market 
Pelouze William S., real estate, res S s Seventh bet Wood 

and Pine 
Pendergast Annie, with Cal. Watch Co. 
Pendergast John, laborer, res foot of Division 
Pennell — , master mariner, res 260 Eighth 
Penney A., salesman with A. Lippmann, res Washington nr 

Sixth 
Penniman John, res 215 Twelfth 

Pennypacker Joseph J., pressman Transcript, res 910 Clay 
Penning H., laborer W. D. Co. 
Penoyer John W., superintendent with Wilson, Merry & Co. 

(S. F.) res 362 Tenth 
Pensam John J., bricklayer, res E s Fifth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
PENWELL SAMUEL A., president Berkeley Land and 

Town Improvement Association, res SW cor Bristol and 

Sixth, W. B. 
Peralta Fernando, res Fruit Vale av 
Peralta School, William C. Dodge principal, S s Alcatraz av 

nr Telegraph av, B. 
Percival George, gardener, NW cor Tenth and Clay 
Percy Samuel, res W s Andover nr Plymouth av 
Perdue T., boot and shoemaker, S s Seventh bet Wood and 

Willow 
Pereau E. A. Mrs., res 1212 Seventh 
Pereau H. J., brakeman C. P. K. P., 
Pereau Joseph L., brakeman C. P. P. P. 
Pereira Antone T., laborer, res N s Second bet Brush and 

Castro 
Peres Louis, live stock, res 932 Fourteenth 



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D r i nk Napa Soda and enjoy life and health. Agency, 469 Ninth , 



OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 361 

Pereta Paul, laborer, res 654 Filbert 

Perham John F., farmer, res E s Twelfth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Perine G. M., res N s East 14th nr Thirtieth av 
Perine Nicholas P., roofer (S. F.) res N s East 14th nr 

Twenty-eighth av 
Perine William D., manufacturer cement walks, res W s 

Myrtle nr Fifth 
Perisaw Adlord, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Perkins Albert L., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1019 Brush 
Perkins Eugene S., agent Davis Sewing Machine (S. F.) res 

N s Eighth bet Wood and Willow 
Perkins F. J., student University 

Perkins Isabella Mrs., matron Oakland Ladies Relief Society 
Perkins J. A., statistician Custom House (S. F.) res 811 

Brush 
Perkins James H., painter, res cor Seventh and Jefferson 
Perkius J. J., real estate agent, res Fruit Yale House 
Perkins John, hostler Plaza Livery Stable, res Temescal 
Perkins M. C. (Atkinson & Perkins) res Tremont House 
Permien F. W., master mariner, res 947 Linden 
Perrin Samuel, watchman C. P. R. R, res Center bet Fourth 

and Fifth 
Perrin — , upholsterer, res 461 Ninth 
Perrin Morris, laundryman Costa Laundry 
Perrino John, farmer, N s University av nr San Pablo av, 

W. B. 
Perry Alvin B., salesman with Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 

306 Tenth 
Perry C. C, res N s Brown nr San Pablo av 
Perry Charles, engineer Pioneer Planing Mill, res 251 Second 
Perry David, capitalist, res St. James House 
Perry H. C, student University, res N s University av nr 

University Grounds, B. 
Perry James A., contractor and builder, res S s Twelfth bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Perry John, res 1772 Seventh 
Perry John F., with Custom House (S. F.) res N s Lincoln 

nr Wood 
Perry John H., painter, res 369 Eighth 
Perry Joseph, laborer 0. P. R. B. 

Perry Joseph F., barber with G. Briones, res 612£ East 12th 
Perry J. W. S. (T. J. McDaniels & Co.) res West Oakland 

House 
Perry L. Mrs., widow, res 1712 Eighth 
Perry S. A.Mrs., millinery and dressmaking, 1101 Broadway 



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Perry Samuel A., res 856 Harrison 

Perry Steward, clerk, res 372 Second 

Perry William, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 515 Eighth 

Perry William F., res 1605 Telegraph av 

Perry William J., painter, res 1426 San Pablo av 

Persing Georgia Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

S s Seventeenth nr Broadway 
Petar Charles (Ghirardelli & Petar) res 1013 Webster 
Peter Joseph, laborer C. P. R. P., res East 14th nr Twen- 
tieth av 
Peter Manuel, laborer, res East 12th bet Nineteenth and 

Twentieth avs 
Peterman Theodore, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 

Louisiana House 
Peters Elizabeth Mrs., res 806 Grove 
Peters J. D., bartender, res 260 Fifth 
Peters Joseph, laborer C. P. R. Pi. 
Peters Peter, with Sol. Wangenheim & Co. (S. F.) res N s 

Eighteenth nr Center 
Peters W. B. Mrs., res NE cor Fourth and Madison 
Peters William, master mariner, res 969 Grove 
Petersen & Co. (F. Petersen and A. Rasmussen) proprietors 

Cosmopolitan Restaurant, 861 Broadway 
Petersen Antone, waiter with Petersen & Rasmussen, res 

Jackson bet Fifth and Sixth 
Petersen Fred. (Petersen & Co.) res 851 Franklin 
Petersen Gustave, night cook with Petersen & Rasmussen, 

res 851 Franklin 
Petersen H., laundryman Grand Central Hotel 
Peterson Alexander, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alca- 

traz av 
Peterson Amelia Mrs., res 809 Jackson 
Peterson Anna, domestic, 923 Linden 
Peterson August (Nelson & Peterson) res S s University av 

nr San Pablo av, W. B. 
Peterson Christian, hostler with Henry C. Porch 
Peterson Henry F., collector and assistant librarian Oakland 

Library, res N s Fifteenth nr Jefferson 
Peterson Henry S., laborer, res W s Channing way nr 

Audubon, B. 
Peterson I. M., piledriver C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 
Peterson John, laborer W. D. Co., res N s Atlantic nr 

Willow 
Peterson John, machinist with Cal. Watch Co. 
Peterson John, tinner, res cor Thirtv-second and Union 



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Peterson John, whitener, res cor Union and Twenty-fourth 
Peterson John H., clerk with Schultz & Kock, res NW cor 

Telegraph av and Forty-fifth 
Peterson Lewis, groceries, store and res 1013 Third 
Peterson Martin, bakery, 880 East 14th 
Peterson Martin C, res NW cor Seventeenth and Cypress 
Peterson Mary, domestic, 1625 Telegraph av 
Peterson Kobert, window washer Tubbs' Hotel 
Peterson Eudolph, clerk (S. F.) res 1503 Eighth 
Peterson William, turner Grove-st Planing Mill 
Pett David, nightwatchman W. D. Co., res S s Cleveland 

av nr Telegraph av 
PETTIGREW JAMES A. J., manager with B. C. Northup, 

res 1553 Atlantic 
Pettigrew W. J. jr., clerk (S. F.) res Ss Thirteenth nr Castro 
Pettigrove Joshua, carpenter, res 692 Twenty-sixth 
Pettit H. N. Mrs., widow, res 671 Tenth 
Pettit Joseph G., carpenter, res W s Wood bet Taylor and 

Seward 
Pettye J. Y. Mrs., widow, res 475 Ninth 
Pew J. W., mining secretary (S. F.) res 918 Filbert 
Pferdner Emil, teacher music, res N s Third nr Washington 
Pfester Julian, groceries and liquors, store and res cor Ade- 
line and San Pablo av 
Pfenninger Herman, clerk Swiss-American Bank (S. F.) res 

718 Chester 
Pfister John B. Mrs., confectionery and ice cream, 1065 

Broadway 
Pheby Thomas B., res 1275 Alice 

Phelan William S., money broker (S. F.) res 1069 Castro 
Phelps A. J. J., clerk with Win. Bolton, res S. F. 
Phelps Alonzo, professor, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Phelps C. B., res Pagoda Hill, Temescal 
Phelps Emily Miss, seamstress, 626 Thirteenth 
Phelps Emma E. Mrs., res Ws Channing way nr Audubon, B. 
Phelps George H., clerk, res 215 Ninth 
Phelps William H., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Phenneger K. M., shipwright W. D. Co., res 758 Fifth 
PHILADELPHIA CHEMICAL STEAM DYEING AND 
CLEANSING WORKS, Edward Francoz proprietor, 
SW cor Fourth and Clay, office 912 Broadway 
PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANT, Schaefer & Welti pro- 
prietors, 1022 Broadway 
Philbrick C. J. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 454 Twelfth 
Philbrick Thomas C., carpenter, res W s Webster bet 
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Philibert Eniile (Ame & Philibert) res Old Blaise House 
Phillbrick B. P., clerk Contra Costa Laundry, res NW cor 

Fourteenth and Peralta 
Phillips Alexander, presser Oakland Straw Works, res 815 

Washington 
Phillips Ann, domestic, 807 Market 

Phillips B. R., carpenter, res NW cor Jefferson and Second 
Phillips D. T., atty-at-law, res N s East 16th bet Sixth and 

Seventh avs 
Phillips Henry W. (Stokes & Phillips) res 1104 Broadway 
Phillips James, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res Willow 

nr Lincoln 
Phillips James, salesman, res N s Seventh bet Cedar and 

Pine 
Phillips James M., instructor Hebrew and Ancient History 

University 
Phillips James W . (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) res cor East 

10th and Sixth av 
Phillips Jane Mrs., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Phillips Rebecca, domestic, W s Ninth av nr East 24th 
Phillips Thaddeus, porter C. P. R. R. 
Phillips W. M., shoemaker D. and D. andB. Asylum 
Phillips — , res 1378 Eighth 
Phipps Francis M., clerk with Albert B. Phipps (S. F.) res 

1111 Jefferson 
Phipps Joseph, res 1111 Jefferson 

Phipps V. E. Mrs., res E s Grove bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth 
Phinny Joseph M., carpenter, res 327 Eleventh 
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford, Roger S. Day agent, 

422 Twelfth 
Picer John, carpenter, res S s Locust nr San Pablo av 
Pichler Chris., wines and liquors, 477 Ninth, res 470 Eighth 
Pickersgill — , clerk with Lawrie & Whitney 
PIEDMONT SPRINGS AND HOTEL, Alonzo D. Whitney 

proprietor, 3 miles NE of Oakland 
Pieneng Henry G., carpenter W. D. Co., res cor Pine and 

Seventh 
Pierce Alfred D., artesian well borer, res N s Eighth nr 

Campbell 
Pierce Charles B., with George W. Swan & Co. (S. F.) res 

1007 Campbell 
Pierce E. W., operator W. U. Tel. Co., cor Ninth and 

Broadway 
Pierce Harry H., printer with Butler & Bowman, res Seventh 

nr Harrison 



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Pierce James E., carpenter, res 767 Willow 

Pierce John, marble cutter with Madden & Nunan, res cor 

Eighteenth and Linden 
Pierce John H., blacksmith, res N s Eighth nr Willow 
Pierce Joseph, fisherman Oakland Wharf, res S. F. 
Pierce Keuben, res SW cor Sixth av and East Tenth 
Pierce — , with C. P. R. R., res 1762 Goss 
Pierre Ferdinand J., sculptor W. D. Co., res N s Seventh 

bet Pine and Wood 
Pierson Charles K., delivery clerk with Wells, Fargo &Co., 

res 1061 Clay 
Pierson George, mining, res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 
Pierson Louis H., clerk with Gushing & Ryder, res SW cor 

Twelfth and Clay 
Pietro Boscoio, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Pietro Rissa, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Pike S. B., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1302 Tenth 
Pilbeam George W., stairbuilder W. D. Co., res S. F. 
Pilcher W. T., real estate (S. F.) res Winsor House 
Pillsbury Enoch L., blacksmith Alameda Iron Works, res 

W s Market nr Fourth 
Pimentel Francisco C, laborer, res NW cor Atlantic and 

Campbell 
Pinard Noel, carpenter, res W s Adeline bet First and 

Third 
PINE HENRY, proprietor Park House, NW cor University 

av and Third, W. B. 
Pine M. A. Mrs., res 1005 Peralta 

Pinkerton T. H., physician, office and res 570 Eleventh 
Pinkham Ella Miss, teacher Durant School, res 503 Eleventh 
PINKHAM GEORGE, groceries and liquors, W s Tele- 
graph av nr Fiftieth, Temescal 
Pinkham George, brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Pinkham George T., plasterer, res SE cor Temescal and 

Telegraph av 
Pinkham P., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
Pinkham Seth, res 726 Fifteenth 
Pinkham Willis P., plasterer, res 503 Eleventh 
Pinney F. M. Mrs., res NW cor Madison and Ninth 
Pinney George M., res Grand Central Hotel 
Pioda Paul, professor University, res N s University av nr 

Shattuck, B. 
PIONEER CARPET BEATING MACHINE, A. Robinson 

proprietor, 519 Second 
PIONEER CARRIAGE FACTORY, Sohst Bros, proprie- 
tors, NE cor Eighth and Franklin 



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PIONEER PLANING MILL, James E. Bletheu proprie- 
tor, SW cor Broadway and First 

PIONEER POTTERY, Daniel Brannan proprietor, cor East 
Twelfth and Seventeenth av 

Pipher Stephen, baggagemaster C. P. R. R., res 906 Wash- 
ington 

Pirrie William, bookkeeper with John Ziegenbein & Co. 
(S. F.) res 1263 Twelfth 

Pitman William, shipwright W. D. Co. 

Pitts George H. (Howe & Pitts, S. F.) res S s Seventeenth 
bet West and Market 

Pitts James M., carpenter, res Stewart's Hotel 

Pixley Enoch, carpenter, res Eland House 

Place Ella Miss, res 631 Fourteenth 

Place J. F. (Berry & Place, S F.) res 1019 Linden 

Place Jennie M. Miss, res 938 Filbert 

Plain e Nora Miss, res 819 Washington 

Planer John, proprietor Redwood City House, 368 Seventh 

Plath E. L., helper with M. W. Allen 

Platner J., rancher, res Winsor House 

Platshek Mark, student University 

Playter E. W., (Dunham, Carrigan & Co., S. F.) res 1167 
Castro 

Plaza Livery and Sale Stable, J. W. Moore proprietor, 413 
Fourth 

PLOMTEAUX H. J., dentist, NE cor Broadway and Tenth, 
res 820 Brown 

Plow James, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Plummer B. S., res Grand Central Hotel 

Plummer Daniel A., res 1067 Thirteenth av 

Plummer James W., carpenter, res S s Lincoln bet Pine 
and Wood 

PLUNKETT JAMES O, atty-at-law and searcher of re- 
cords 954 Broadway, res W s Webster nr Sixth 

Plunkett Westley, law student, res NE cor East 12th and 
Twelfth av 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church, N s Plymouth av 
nr Telegraph av 

Pogue W. S., res Winsor House 

Poindexter Robert W., clerk with Latham & King (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., secretary Tribune Publishing Co., res 
572 Tenth 



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OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 367 

Pollard Thomas, painter, res Second nr Summer 
Pollock Robert, carpenter and builder, res The Home, B. 
Pornroy E. H., widow, res 955 Seventh 
Pornroy B. M., carpenter, res 361 Tenth 
Pornroy H. B., bookkeeper, res 1308 Webster 
Pool Spencer, res 818 Clay 

Poole David, master mariner, res 110 East 12th 
Poole Ermentine A., student University 
Poole Henry C, watchman C. P. B. B" Wharf, res E s Wil- 
low nr William 
Poole Nancy J., domestic with Eobert G. Davidson 
Poor E. A., res 1254 Webster 
POPE, DAM & GREEN (John F. Pope, G. W. Dam and 

A. V. Green) real estate agents, 912 Broadway and 436 

Montgomery, S. F. 
Pope George L., painter, res 959 Third 
Pope John F. (Pope Dam & Green) res S. F. 
Pope J. T., res 808 Jackson 

Pope T. E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1002 Chester 
Poppe Eobert A., student University 
PORCH HENRY H, proprietor Stanford Livery and Feed I go 

Stable, N s Seventh nr Wood, res S s Lincoln bet Wil- » 

low and Campbell jj*. 

Porte S., driver with M. Mouret, res 912 Franklin |<*g 

Portello Frank, butcher with H. M. Ames, res N s Dalton 

av nr Stock Yards 
Portello Henry, butcher, res Eoff 's Hotel 
Portello Manuel, butcher, res East Oakland Hotel 
Porter Able W., clerk with C. E. Lewis & Co., res 1017 > 

Webster ^ 

Porter Herbert D., salesman with C. E. Lewis & Co., res ^ 

1017 Webster g 

Porter James J., license collector, 5 City Hall, res S s Sev- tj 

enteenth nr Jefferson | ^ 

Porter James E., dentist, 1068 Broadway, rooms 3-5 g 

Porter Sylva A. Mrs., res 1017 Webster | J 

Porter — , carpenter, res N s University av nr Sixth, W. B. I C 
Portman Charles, painter, res Golden Star Hotel ! q 

Posey A. C, physician, office and res 1116 Broadway 
Posey T. E., manager Cal. Fire and Water Proof Paint Co., ^ 

555 Broadway, res SW cor Grove and Walton j — 

Posseau Salmon B., teamster, res MW cor Locust and Web- i ^ 

ster ; g 

Post C. A., conductor C. P. E. E., res SE cor Sixth and 

Brush 
Post C. B. Mrs., res 822 Brush 



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Post Hannah H. Mrs., res NE cor Thirty-third and West 
Post Offices, John Eliot Benton postmaster, 465 Ninth. 
Brooklyn — Thomas Steeve postmaster, cor Thirteenth av 
and East 12th. West Oakland — H. Y. Baker postmas- 
ter, cor Seventh and Pine. Berkeley — S. S. Merrill 
postmaster, N s Choate nr Bancroft way. West Berke- 
ley — -James S. Higgins postmaster, SW cor San Pablo 
av and Delaware. North Temescal — Elias Gill post- 
master, W s Telegraph av nr Temescal creek 
POST OFFICE RESTAURANT, J. Marques proprietor, 

459 Ninth 
Post W. V., painter, res El Dorado House 
Postlethwaite Hartley, blacksmith with Benjamin Kneale, 

res East Oakland Hotel 
Poston E. C. Mrs., principal Poston's Seminary, E s Oak 

bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Pothier Louis (Boudreau & Pothier) res N s Third nr Broad- 
way 
POTRERO BRICK YARD (P. N., H., Edward and Frank 
Remillard and T. Lamoureux) offices 1055 Broadway, 
room 4, City Wharf, and Market-st Wharf, S. F. 
Potter Charles S. Mrs., res N s Seventeenth opp Jefferson 
Potter E. E., insurance agent, res 272 Eleventh 
Potter George C, civil engineer, re3 junction San Pablo and 

Telegraph avs 
Potter George Hiram, traveling agent, res N s Edwards nr 

Telegraph av 
Potter Henry N., photographer (S. F.) res 572 Sixteenth 
Potter Herbert B., carpenter, res N s Eighteenth bet Kirk- 
ham and Peralta 
Potter John, furnished rooms, 517 Third 
Potter Nathaniel C, res W s Franklin nr Durant 
Potter R. B., painter, res 856 Clay 
Potter William, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S s Chase nr 

Willow 
Potter William, joiner, res William nr Cedar 
Potter William F., paint grinder with Whittier, Fuller & Co. 

(S. F.) res S s Third bet Union and Magnolia 
Potts James, res SE cor San Pablo av and Elizabeth 
Potts Julia Miss, res E s Fifth av bet East 15th and East 16th 
Potts Nellie Miss, teacher music, res 958 Webster 
Potts R. C, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 715 Market 
Potts S. C. Mrs., furnished rooms, 958 Webster 
Poulter Charles, springmaker, res 211 Eleventh 
Poulterer Thomas R. (J. H. Howard & Co.) res S. F. 
Poulson W., physician, res Union Hotel 



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OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 369 

Pound City, Daniel Rattery poundmaster, cor Thirtieth and 
Peralta 

Pounstone Alvin L.. newspaper correspondent and advertis- 
ing agent, 921 Broadway, room 6 

Powell E. Miss, teacher Durant School, res SW cor William 
and Wood 

Powell Howell A., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 911 Myrtle 

Powell William, painter with C. B. Rutherford, res 710 
Fourth 

Powell William R., surveyor with City Engineer, res St. 
James House 

Powell William W., porter C. P. R. R., res SE cor Sixteenth 
and Jefferson 

POWER & OUGH (William Power and Richard Ough) pro- 
prietors Brooklyn Planing Mills, cor Fourteenth av and 
East Twelfth 

Power David, laborer, res cor Maple and Vernon av 

Power George, laborer, res Eland House 

Power John, laborer, res Overland House 

Power John S., salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res N s 
Twentieth bet West and Curtis 

Power William (Power & Ough) res SE cor East 17th and 
Fourth av 

Powers Charles E., butcher with E. A. Guptil, res 1710 Tel- 
egraph av 

Powers Daniel N., dentist, 463 Tenth 

Powers Edward, carpenter, res Eagle House 

Powers James J., bottler with J. I. Bliven & Co., res El 
* Dorado House 

Powers Mary, domestic, 716 Fourteenth 

Powers Newton, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty-second 

Powers O. B. (Chamberlain & Powers) res Suisun 

Powers Oliver P., boarding, 323 Eleventh 

Powers Patrick, deckhand steamer Capital 

Powers Robert, carpenter, res Charter Oak Hotel 

Powers Thomas, laborer, res Overland House 

Poyzer William R., student University, res Palace Club 

Prairo John M., blacksmith, res 803 Peralta 

Prather Samuel D., clerk with W. & M. Everson, res Eighth 
nr Myrtle 

Prather Thomas, messenger Union National Gold Bank, res 
Eighth nr Myrtle 

Pratt Blanche Miss, teacher with Davis S. M. Co., res N s 
Sixteenth nr Center 

Pratt D. W., deputy County Clerk, res 664 Eleventh 

Pratt F. D. Mrs., res cor Franklin and Durant 



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Pratt Frank, printer with Murry Dunham, res 1059 Clay 

Pratt Henry C., res 1577 Broadway 

Pratt Henry L., driver with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res foot 
of Franklin 

Pratt Horace, pedlar, res NE cor Twenty-sixth and San 
Pablo av 

Pratt Horace G., printer Signs of the Times, res N s Six- 
teenth nr Center 

Pratt J. PL, teacher music, 1068 Broadway, room 9 

Pray H. T., farmer, res 723 Myrtle 

Prenstlow Nels, carpenter, res W s Willow nr Atlantic 

Presbyterian Church (Independent) Rev. L. Hamilton pas- 
tor, SE cor Thirteenth and Jefferson 

PRESCOTT & BEMIS (M. Prescott and O. Bemis) butch- 
ers, 479 East 12th 

Prescott Alfred, shipwright W. D. C, res N s William bet 
Cedar and Bay 

Prescott C, brakeman C. P. Pi. R., res Oakland Wharf 

Prescott Grammar School, James Stratton principal, cor 
Campbell and Taylor 

Prescott Melvin (Prescott & Bemis) res NW cor Tenth av 
and East 14th 

Prescott Primary School, James Stratton principal, cor Tay- 
lor and Campbell 

Prescott Sarah Mrs., res 573 East 12th 

Presho James, commission merchant (S. P.) res 827 Myrtle 

Preston John W., patternmaker, res W s San Pablo av nr 
Twenty-second 

Price & Hove (G. C. Price and D. B. Hove) carpenters, 710 
Tenth 

Price David, architect, res 608 Ninth 

Price David A., clerk with S. Splivalo & Co., res 608 Ninth 

Price Elizabeth Mrs., seamstress, res S s Goss bet Wood 
and Willow 

Price F. O. P., carpenter, res Eland House 

Price Frank, assistant engineer, res 608 Ninth 

Price George C. (Price & Hove) res 625 Third 

Price James, res 858 Harrison 

Price James, horsetrainer Oakland Trotting Park 

Price James K., clerk with Son Bros. (S. F.) res N s Seven- 
teenth nr Cypress 

Price John R., engineer C. P. R. R. 

Price Margaret E. Miss, res 608 Ninth 

Price Rufus, carpenter, res N s Fifth nr Webster 

Price Walter F., printer Pacific Press, res N s Seventeenth 
nr Cypress 



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Price W. C, salesman with Rouse & Laws (S. F.) res 625 

Third 
Price William H., clerk with Steere & Colby, res S s East 

17th bet Fifth and Sixth avs 
Price William, machinehand, res 608 Ninth 
Price William F., laborer, res 806 Grove 
Price William F. jr., porter C. P. R. R., 806 Grove 
Price W. S., clerk with Son Bros. (S. F.) res N s Seven- 
teenth nr Cypress 
Priest James, shipwright W. D. Co. 
Priestley John H., teamster with Burner & Young, res 859 

Clay 
Priestley Thomas, painter, NW cor Clay and Seventh, res 

552 Seventh 
Prieta Paul (Sleigh & Prieta) res 654 Filbert 
Prince Allen G., contractor, res N s Twelfth bet Wood and 

Willow 
Prince George, upholsterer with F. Barker, res cor Seven- 
teenth and Clay 
Prince Levi M., carpenter, res 559 Seventeenth 
Prince Peter, driver Oakland R. R. Co., res E s Telegraph 

av bet Temescal and Birch 
Prince Thomas P., machinist, res N s Taylor nr Cedar 
Prince — , salesman, res St. James House 
Princely William, clerk with Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 306 

Tenth 
Pringle Edward J., atty-at-law (S. F.) res NW cor Seventh 

av and East 19th 
Pringle John, carpenter W. D. Co., res Lewis nr Third 
Pringle John, carpenter, res 913 Seventh 
Prior Mary, domestic, W s Telegraph av bet Forty-first and 

Forty-second 
Pritchard Thomas, res NE cor East 15th and Tenth av 
Probate Court,' Stephen G. Nye judge, County Court House, 

room 1 
Prosser Henry J., carpenter, res 958 Center 
Prosser Walter, bricklayer, res W s Myrtle nr Twenty-fourth 
Prout E. A. Mrs., milliner with Reichling & Amstutz, res 

Winsor House 
Pryal A. D., nursery and res Pryal's Valley, Temescal 
Pryal William A., student University 

Pulcifer Alexander W., blacksmith, res 808 Twenty-second 
Pulcifer V. A. Mrs., private school, 808 Twenty-second 
Pullen W. N., porter Winsor House 
Pullis Thomas, plasterer, res Eland House 
Pullman James, merchant, res 1052 Poplar 



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Pullman — , pedlar, res Franklin House 

Pumyea Nelson D., res Newland House 

Pumyea Peter (Newland & Purnyea) 619 Tenth 

Pundt Edward, bookkeeper with S. Splivalo & Co., res 475 

Ninth 
Purcell Charles, foreman Contra Costa Water Co., res N s 

Hawthorne av bet Webster and Telegraph av 
Purcell James, laborer W. D. Co. 

Purcivel George C, stock operator, res Winthrop House 
Purfurst August B., clerk German Consulate (S. F.) res 944 

Wood 
PURINGTON & REED (Stephen W. Purington and C. E. 

H. Reed) wood and coal, 608 East 12th 
Purington Stephen W. (Purington & Reed) 608 East 12th 
Purnell Ann S. Mrs., ladies' nurse, 269 Sixth 
Purnell Z. J., barber, 457 Broadway, res 269 Sixth 
Purves John, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 261 Second 
Putnam S. N., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1258 Harrison 
Putzar Louis, shipjoiner C. P. R. R., res N s Thirteenth nr 

W illow 
Putzker Alvin, instructor German, University, res SW cor 

Humboldt av and Parker, B. 
Py Ernest G. du, student University 
PYTHIAN HALL, 1056 Broadway 

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Quackenbush Charles McGeorge, carpenter, res 1789 Grove 

Quarles Henry, res Eastern Hotel 

Queean B., bartender Grand Central Hotel 

QUEEN INSURANCE CO. (fire) of Liverpool, T. L. AVal- 
ker agent, 1004 Broadway 

Quick Anna, domestic, 959 Jefferson 

Quigley John, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 

Quigley John J., carriage painter, 1008 Franklin, res 360 
Fourth 

Quigley Maggie Miss, shoefitter with Daniel Stuart, res 
360 Eighth 

Quigley Michael, laborer, res 666 Fourth 

Quigley William B., expressman, res 666 Fourth 

Quill Catharine, widow, res N s East 20th bet Sixth and 
Seventh avs 

Quill Daniel J., fireman C. P. R. R., res N s East 20th bet 
Sixth and Seventh avs 



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Quill Sarah, domestic, NE cor Union and Seventh 

Quimby Stephen, plasterer, res Eureka Hotel 

Quinby Albert H., salesman with Mallet & Hammon, res 

Grand Western Hotel 
Quince A. M. Miss, assistant Harrison-st School, res 263 

Twelfth 
Quince M. Mrs., res 263 Twelfth 
Quinlan James, laborer, res 1806 William 
Quinlan P. J., res N s William bet Pine and Cedar 
Quinliving Lizzie Miss, res 1679 Atlantic 
Quinn Edward, laborer,.res 1568 Fifth 
Quinn George W., clerk with Jason Springer (S. F.) res N 

s Eleventh bet Kirkham and Cypress 
Quinn John, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 
Quinn John, laborer C. P. K. P., res 812 Filbert 
Quinn Mary Miss, res NW cor Twenty-first av and East 24th 
Quinn William H., salesman (S. F.) res 1217 Castro 
Quinn William J., res 1217 Castro 

Quinto Joseph M., barber Tubbs' Hotel, res 225 Seventh 
Quirk Maggie Miss, copyist, res 966 Castro 
Quong Shing, laundry, 708 Broadway 
Quong Tai, Chinese physician and drugs, 469 Eighth 



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Rabe William Mrs., res NE cor Alice and Durant 
Rackliffe Frank, student Taylor's Business College, res 859 

Castro > 

Rackliffe John, merchant, res 859 Castro 
Raddon Henry, painter, res Park House, W. B. 
Rademacher August (Donovan & Rademacher) res cor Sew- 
ard and Wood 
Rader M. G., res 922 Third 
Radick William, shoemaker, res Stewart's Hotel 
Rading Frederick, upholsterer with E. Hook, res 514 Fourth 
Radmond M. L. Mrs., res NE cor East 14th and First av 
Radszwill C, bricklayer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Rae Agnes, domestic, 1311 Harrison 
Raffe James, compositor Tribune, res Winsor House 
Raffo Brothers (Colombo and Louis Raffo) dealers in gro- 
ceries, liquors, crockery, hardware, etc, SW cor Broad- 
way and Third 
Raffo Colombo (Raffo Brothers) res 613 Fourth 
Raffo Louis (Raffo Brothers) res SW cor Broadway and 
Third 



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Office, 224 Montgomery st.,S. F., or Park st.,. Alameda. 



WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 



374 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

Raftery Kate, domestic, 668 Sixteenth 

Raftrey Sarah, domestic, 911 Myrtle 

Ragen Maggie, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 

Raglan Charles, porter C. P. R. R., res Eureka Hotel 

Rago Raphael, carpenter, res 532 Valley 

Rahls Thomas, brakeman C. P. R. R., res Oakland Wharf 

RAILROAD AVENUE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, 

Frederick Schaffner proprietor, NW cor Chester and 

Seventh (Kohler's Block) 
RAILROAD EXCHANGE, John L. Frese proprietor, NE 

cor Seventh and Bay 
RAILROAD EXCHANGE, James Higgins proprietor, N s 

University av, bet Second and Third, W. B. 
Railton E. M., with C. P. R. R., res Oakland Wharf 
Raines E. M., driver Hose Cart No. 3, res 1662 Eighth 
Raines William H., laborer, res W s Center nr Tenth 
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 A. J., res N s Laurel nr Telegraph av 
Ralston H. H., res N s Seventeenth bet Brush and West 
Ralston Henry, res S s Tenth nr Cypress 
Ralston J. C, res 517 Ninth 
RALSTON MARKET, J. Schultz proprietor, SE cor Eighth 

and Washington 
Ralston Thomas H., res E s Webster nr Twenty-second 
Ralton Edward, with C. P. R. R., res NW cor Campbell and 

Taylor 
Rammelsberg Augustus, farmer, res E s Sixth nr Folsom, 

W B. 
Rammelsberg Ernest, carpenter, res E s Sixth nr Delaware, 

W. B. 
Ramsey Peter, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
RAND DAVID H., captain police, City Hall, res 461 Bay pi 
Rand Hall B., special policeman, res Stewart's Hotel 
Rand J. H. (Earll & Rand) atty-at-law, 921 Broadway, res 

Rlake House 
Randall C. W., boarding, 1069 Fourteenth av 
Randall E., porter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Randall George, with Oakland Planing Mill 
Randall M. P. Mrs., res W s Andover nr Plymouth av 
Randall Samuel, teamster with Sarpy, Barstow & Co., res 

370 Second 
RANDLETT H. A., proprietor Oakland Trotting Park 
Randolph W. C. (Anderson & Randolph, S. F.) res 600 

Twelfth 



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A. D. WHITNEY, Proprietor. 



Drink Pure Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent. 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [ R, ] DIRECTORY. 375 

Ranft Henry, clerk with Lawrie <fc Whitney, res S. F. 
RANGOD GUSTAV, Pioneer Oakland Dyeing Works, S s 

Twenty-first nr Telegraph av, office and res 307 Twelfth 
Rankin Andrew, tinsmith with James Dalziel, res 1967 

Grove 
Rankin James, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 1963 

Grove 
Rankin Joseph, miner, res Eland House 
Rankin Robert, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Ranlett John, carpenter, 163 Seventh 
RANLETT HORACE D., commission merchant (S. F.) res 

724 Fourteenth 
Rann Emily P. Mrs., teacher Prescott Primary School, res 

cor Fourteenth and Grove 
Rann — Mrs., widow, res 475 Ninth 
Rapint Louis, laundryman Tubbs' Hotel 
Rappold John, shoecutter, res S s Twelfth bet Willow and 

Campbell 
Rasano Salvatore, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Rasmussen A. (Petersen & Co.) res 851 Franklin 
Rasmussen Christian, laborer W. D. Co., res E s Cedar bet 

William and Atlantic 
Rasmussen Hans, shipwright, res E s Cedar bet William 

and Atlantic 
Rasmussen John F. (A. Federspiel & Co.) res 469 Fourth 
Rasner Henry C . , patternmaker, res 569 Fifth 
RATHJEN DIEDRICH, groceries and liquors, store and res 

NW cor Jefferson and Fifth 
Rathjen Herman, drayman, res N s First nr Franklin 
Rathman Edward E. F., carpenter, res N s Forty-fifth nr 

Telegraph av 
Rattery Daniel, city poundmaster, junction Peralta and A, 

res SW cor Twenty-eighth and Market 
Raudebaugh Peter O., carpenter W. D. Co., res N s Merced 

av bet Racine and Shattuck, North Temescal 
Rauseau E. Mrs., widow, res 620 Third 
Rawson Fannie Miss, res 934 Linden 
Ray D., switchman C. P. R. R., res SW cor Cedar and 

William 
Ray George W., student University 
Ray W. B., switchman C. P. R. R., res SW cor Cedar and 

William 
Ray — , res Blake House 
Raymond Henry, mining, res 1251 Clay 
Raymond Joseph, stableman Tubbs' Hotel 
Raymond T., butcher, N s Bristol bet Fifth and Sixth, W.B. 



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376 OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 

Raymond V. R., with U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 954 Webster 
Raymond W. H., mining, res 1109 Clay 
Read John, carriagemaker, res 761 Clay 
Read John T., laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Tenfescal 
Read Stephen A., carpenter, res San Pablo av nr Evoy av 
Reader Edward B., bookkeeper with Edw. H. Campbell, 

res 308 Tenth 
Reader Philip, driver Truck No. 1, res N s Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Washington 
Reading Joseph, jeweler with W. Wilson, res 966 Third 
Reagan Benjamin W., mining, res 617 Ninth 
Reagan Peter, laborer, res N s Seventh bet Cedar and Bay 
REAL ESTATE ADVANCE, E. P. Casterline editor and 

proprietor, 911 Washington 
Reardon James, car inspector C. P. R. R., res N s Pacific 

nr Wood 
Reardon James, laborer, res 656 Jackson 
Reardon Jeremiah, laborer, res 1519 Third 
Reardon John, res S s Pacific nr Campbell 
Reardon William, waiter, res 811 Washington 
Reath James M., foreman Downing's Livery and Stage Sta- 
ble, res 368 Eighth 
Rebbles A. W., portrait painter (S. F.) res 1015 Peralta 
Recorder County, Thomas A. Smith, County Court House, 

room 9 
Rector B. F., superintendent Pacific Jute Manufacturing 

Co., res cor East 11th and Second av 
Rector L. J., clerk City Marshall, res N s East 17th bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth avs 
Rector P. C, civil engineer and surveyor, res 365 Ninth 
Redding W., contractor and builder, res 476 Twelfth 
Reddy John, laborer, res cor Myrtle and Third 
Redican Bernard, plasterer, res 1054 Franklin 
Redington Charles H., paymaster W. D. Co., res S s 

Twelfth bet Willow and Campbell 
Redman Helen M. Miss, res 917 Kirkham 
Redman R. A., atty-at-law, res 1067 Brush 
Redmayne Thomas, res Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 
REDSTONE ALBERT E., editor and proprietor Legal Ten- 
der, 461 Ninth, res 810 Tenth 
REDSTONE JOHN H., atty-at-law and solicitor patents, 

461 Ninth, res W s West bet Ninth and Tenth 
Redward Frederick H., carpenter W. D. Co., res S. F. 
Redwood City House, John Planer proprietor, 368 Sev- 
enth 



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FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS AT ALL HOURS. 



J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 377 

REED & MAGEE (H. A. Reed and D. B. Magee) propri- 
etors Central Pacific Hotel, NE cor Eleventh and Web- 
ster, and Senate Billiard Saloon, 415 Thirteenth 

Reed Charles, student University 

Reed Charles E. H. (Purrington & Reed) res 1117 Ninth av 

REED CHARLES G., county clerk and auditor, County 
Court House, room 1, res 663 Ninth 

Reed C. M., telegraph operator C. P. R. R., res310 Seventh 

Reed Dexter A., lumber, res 950 Brush 

Reed Edgar O., carpenter, res Es Twelfth av bet East 16th 
and East 17th 

Reed Edward, student University 

Reed Frank M., carpenter, res 310 Seventh 

Reed George, farmer, res E s Elm bet Hawthorne and Ply- 
mouth avs 

Reed George jr., student University 

Reed George W., deputy county clerk, res SW cor Market 
and Sixteenth 

Reed Harry A. (Reed & Magee) res Central Pacific Hotel 

Reed James, engineer C. P. R. R., res 950 Willow 

Reed James W., carpenter, res 310 Seventh 

Reed John, hostler, res 821 Broadway 

Reed John, laundryman Tubbs 1 Hotel 

Reed John, shipwright W. D. Co. 

Reed Lafayette W., teacher Valencia-st Grammar School 
(S. F.) res 1213 Jefferson 

Reed Michael, engineer Oakland Ferry 

Reed O. P., carpenter, res 626 Third 

Reed R. D., gardener, res E s Choate nr Bancroft way, B. 

Reed Robert, carpenter W. D. Co., res Winthrop House 

Reed Rufus, carpenter W. D. Co., res 1718 Chase 

Reed Sarah, widow, res 627 Tenth 

Reed Thomas R. (Colton & Reed) res NE cor Twenty-first 
and Telegraph av 

Reed William, res SW cor Market and Sixteenth 

Reedy Margaret, domestic, 1641 San Pablo av 

Rees John, 1st officer Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 

Reese John, lumberman, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av 

Reese P. Henry, master mariner, res E s Elm nr Haw- 
thorne av 

Reese William G., carpenter, res S s Weston av nr Tele- 
graph av 

Reeves Charles, engineer Grand Central Hotel 

Reeves Elijah, porter C. P. R. R., res 665 Adeline 

Reeves John, cabinetmaker, res 408 Ninth 

Reeves William K., brickmason, res 834 Jackson 



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Woodward & Taggart, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. 



378 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

Regan Daniel, driver Oakland B. B.,res E s Telegraph av 

nr Temescal 
Beguin Eugenia Miss, res E s Cedar bet Short and Division 
Beichenberg B. V., importer hosiery, gloves, laces, etc., 

1115 Broadway, res 462 Twelfth 
Beichhold Henry, painter, res NsBnr Harlan 
Beichholt Lillie, domestic with J. Buth 
Beichling & Amstutz (P. Beichling and Charles L. Amstutz) 

millinery and jewelery, 1005 Broadway 
Beichling F., assayer (S. F.) res NW cor Eighth and Linden 
Beichling L. F., bookkeeper (S. F.) res NW cor Eighth and 

Linden 
Beichling Peter (Beichling & Amstutz) res S s Thirteenth 

bet Broadway and Washington 
Beid Charles H., butcher with J. F. Smith, res 1313 Brush 
Beid John, shipwright, res E s Cedar bet William and At- 
lantic 
Beid John, woodworker with King & Williams, res Clay bet 

Fourth and Fifth 
Beier Charles, painter, res 909 Washington 
Beier George, baker, res 805 Jackson 
Beier Henry (Martens <fe Beier) res 1159 Broadway 
REILAY JOHN P. (Baldwin, Beilay & Bradway) physician, 

1059 Broadway, res 1114 Washington 
Beillay Lawrence, res 1524 Eighth 
Beilley Charles, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Beilly Charles, laborer, res SW cor Third and Bristol, W.B. 
Beilly Edward, bakery, SW T cor Third and Bristol, W. B. 
Beilly John, laborer, res Overland House 
Beilly Patrick, foreman Alameda Macadamizing Co., res 

Mansion House, E. O. 
REILLY PAUL J., chemist and apothecary, 847 Broadway, 

res 569 Sixth 
Beilly Thomas, clerk (S. F.) res NsB nr Haven 
Beimers F. P. L., locksmith and bellhanger, 685 East 12th, 

res 781 East 12th 
Bernhardt Hans, cigar manufacturer, res N s Eighth nr 

Willow 
Beinhart George W. (Ward & Beinhart) res The Centennial 
Beinle Frederick, res 1058 West 
Beis Jacob, laborer Washington Brewery 
Beissler Albert, barber with Stultz & Sclmelle, res N s 

Seventh bet Wood and Willow 
REMILLARD & BROS. (Peter N., Hilaire and Edward 

Bemillard) brickmakers and contractors, offices 1055 

Broadway and foot of Webster 



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OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 379 

Remillard Edward (Eemillard & Bros.) res San Rafael 
Remillard Frank (Potrero Brick Yard) 1055 Broadway 
Remillard Hilaire (Remillard Bros.) res 511 Sixth 
Remillard Joseph, clerk with H. Turn Suden & Co., res NW 

cor Fourteenth av and East 12th 
Remillard Mary Mrs., dressmaker, res '655 Tenth 
Remillard Narcisse, teamster, res N s Second bet Clay and 

Jefferson 
Remillard Peter N. (Remillard & Bros.) res NE cor Clay 

and Tenth 
Remington Annie M., widow, res 958 Grove 
Remington James K., chief officer stmr Capital, res 1032 

Third 
Remmick Lydia, chambermaid, St. James' House 
Rempe John H., painter, res 831 Franklin 
Renaud Eugene, scroll sawyer Grove-st Planing Mill, res 

956 Third 
RENKEN HENRY, life restorer, P. B., 461 Ninth 
Reom Nelson, carpenter, res N s Spring nr Adeline 
REQUA & CO (John N. Requa) wood and coal, East 11th 

bet Twelfth and Thirteenth avs 
Requa J. E. Mrs., res S s East 14th nr Fruit Vale av 
Requa John N. (Requa & Co.) res S s East 14th nr Fruit 

Vale av 
Rettig Martha, domestic, 1520 Eighth 
Rettig William, cabinetmaker with Christian Schreiber, res 

E s Chestnut nr Thirty-second 
Reymer Joseph, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Reynolds Annie Mrs., res 510 Eighth 
Reynolds Daniel, carpenter Grove-st Planing Mill, res S s 

Thirt} r -ninth nr Telegraph av 
Reynolds Edward, baker with John Donnelly, res NW cor 

Goss and Pine 
Reynolds Frank A., clerk res 510 Eighth 
Reynolds Frank P., mining secretary, res NW cor Madison 

and Sixth 
Reynolds George L., artist, res cor Mariposa and Telegraph 

avs, Temescal 
Reynolds Merick, res W s Telegraph av nr Seventeenth 
Reynolds Robert, clerk (S. F.) res 863 Alice 
Reynolds W. H., laborer, res Eagle House 
Reynolds William T., stock broker, res NW cor Madison 

and Sixth 
Rhehhold Henry, painter, res cor William and Peralta 
Rhinehart Junius O., salesman with Cushing & Ryder, res 

514 Tenth 



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\ LOANS NEGOTIATED. J or Park St., Alameda. 



Woodward & Taggari-Desirable Business Property for Sale. 



380 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rhoades Lewis, carpenter, res W s Adeline bet First and 
Third 

Rhoda & Donaldson (F. Rhoda and W. A. Donaldson) com- 
mission merchants and wholesale produce, N s Twelfth 
bet Franklin and Webster 

Rhoda Albert, saloon and restaurant, N end Fruit Yale av 

Rhoda Franklin (Rhoda & Donaldson) res Fruit Vale 

Rhoda Frederick, res N end Fruit Vale av 

Rhodes Edward G., carpenter, res N s Pacific bet Willow 
and Wood 

Rhorer M. M., deputy insurance commissioner (S. F.) res 
N s University av nr Shattuck, B. 

Ribbell Jacob M., painter, res N s Ninth nr Chester 

Ricardo Francisco, res W s Chester nr Fifth 

RICE & WHITE (C. H. Rice and J. J. White) butchers, 
2 and 6 City Market 

Rice Charles H. (Rice & White) res 1381 Webster 

Rice Elihu, sign painter, res 308 Fifth 

Rice Patrick, laborer, res N s Seventh bet Cedar and Pine 

Rice J., car repairer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 
Hotel 

Rice Matthew, produce (S. F.) res W s Lewis bet Third and 
Fifth 

Rice Thomas, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Seventh bet 
Cedar and Pine 

Rice W. H., surgeon and homoeopathic physician, 475 Ninth 

Richard J. J., carpenter, res SW cor Twenty-sixth and 
Market 

Richards A. 0., clerk with W. A. Richards, res 1524 
Broadway 

Richards David F. (D. F. Richards & Co.) res 1712 Tele- 
graph av 

Richards D. F. & Co. (David F. Richards and Nils S. Ju- 
line) groceries and liquors, 1712 Telegraph av 

Richards Ezra, dealer stocks, res 818 Clay 

Richards George, contractor, res W s Telegraph av nr Sev- 
enteenth 

Richards Harry, butcher with Grayson, Harrell & Co., res 
S s Dalton av nr Stockyards 

Richards Henry W., laborer with C. F. Hawkins 

Richards James, carpenter, res 818 Clay 

Richards Samuel, res 627 Tenth 

RICHARDS WILLIAM A„ proprietor City Hall Livery 
Stable, N s Fourteenth nr City Hall, and agent San 
Francisco daily papers, 855 Broadway, res 1524 Broad- 
way 



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Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 381 

Richardson Aaron Sanborn, carpenter with S. C. Hanson, 

res 313 Ninth 
Richardson Benjamin J., porter, C. P. R. R. 
Richardson George, laborer, res 409 Sixth 
Richardson Helen L. Miss, res N s East 16th bet Seventh 

and Eighth avs 
Richardson H. N. Mrs., 1129 Myrtle 
Richardson Horatia Miss, res N s East 16th bet Seventh and 

Eighth avs 
Richardson John M., res 564 East 11th 
Richardson Nicholas, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 808 

Henry 
Richardson O. F., wood and coal, W s Ellen nr B 
Richardson Sarah J., ladies' nurse, 776 Thirteenth 
Richardson S. J., widow, res 715 Linden 
Richardson Thomas, lumber, res S s East 19th bet Sixth 

and Seventh avs 
Richardt Ferdinand, artist, res 835 Madison 
Richberg Charles, wood carver W. D. Co., res S s William 

bet Wood and Pine 
Richberg E. Mrs., widow, res S s William bet Wood and 

Pine 
Richhold Amelia, domestic, N s Laurel bet Telegraph av 

and Grove 
Richmond Lizzie G. Mrs., res N s William nr Telegraph av 
Richmond William, driver with J. S. G. Gordon, res 469 

Ninth 
Richmond William H., carpenter with Camtron & McDon- 
ald, res cor Ninth and Washington 

Ely Hall Livery and hi Stalk 

Fourteenth street, west of City Hall. 



W. A. RICHARDS, Proprietor. 



First-Class Turn-outs and Saddle Horses for Hire. 

M. HUNT, Foreman. 



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WOODWARD & TAGGART, 460 and 462 EIGHTH STREET. 



382 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

Kiclimoiid W. C, with Oakland Planing Mill 

Eiclion C. N., res 204 Seventh 

Ricioli Giovanni, marble cutter Amador Marble Works, res 

Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Packard George, carpenter, resNs Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Rickard Michael, laborer, res N" s Chase nr Wood 
Eicketson Henry, res -N s East 16th bet Sixth and Seventh 

avs 
Rickey Daniel B., tinsmith, res 1363 Brush 
Ricordo F., laborer C. P. R. R. 
Riddle Herbert, res 1514 Broadway 
Rider Alfred, merchant, res W s Eleventh av bet East 15th 

and East 16th 
Ridgley Henry, dairy, res SW cor Thirtieth and Magnolia 
Ridlev William H., contractor, res SW cor University av and 

Eighth, W. B. 
Rieble Jacob, proprietor Union Restaurant, Oyster and 

Chop House, 902 Broadway, res 1017 Franklin 
Riebsel Fritz, carpenter W. D. Co., res Railroad Exchange 

Hotel 
Riebus Joseph, cook, res 914 Third 
Riedeger W., cook Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Riedlinger Sebastian, brewer Oakland Brewery 
Riegle Henry (Riegle & Wells, S. F.) res 1370 Brush 
Riehl James, blacksmith with Henry Weeks, res cor East 11th 

and Fourteenth av 
Riggs James L., laborer with Corlies & Merritt, res 867 

Campbell 
Rigney Martin, res S s Twelfth nr Center 
Riley Bridget, cook, Bellevue House 
Riley Daniel, laborer, W. D. Co., res 828 Fifteenth 
Riley David, cooper, res S s University av bet East and 

West Berkeley 
Riley John G., mining, res 608 Seventeenth 
Riley Lizzie, domestic, 918 Filbert 
Riley M., carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
Riley Maggie, domestic D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Riley Patrick, gardener, cor University av and Pryal's Lane 
Riley Peter T., student University 
Rincke John E., watchman County Court House, res 752 

Franklin 
Ring Daniel, laborer, res 369 Third 
Ringgold David, teamster with Thomas & Anderson, res 469 

Tenth 
Rintoul Christina Miss, res 1010 West 
Riordan A. H., laborer W. D. Co. 



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THREE MILES FROM 
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OAKLAND []$] DIRECTORY. 383 

Riordan James, car inspector C. P. R. R. 
Riordan Jeremiah, car cleaner C. P. R. R. 
Rioton Adam, paperhanger (S. F.) res cor Seward and Pine 
Riotte Eugene, stockbroker (S. F.) res 654 Fifth 
Rischmuller D. carpenter, res 1115 Eighth av 
Rischmuller George, carpenter, res 1163 Eleventh av 
Rischmuller Henry, sculptor, res 1115 Eighth av 
Risedoph Charles H., painter with C. B. Rutherford, res 

810 Isabella 
Riser George C. (Schimmelpfennig & Riser) res 766 East 12th 
Rising Willard B., professor Chemistry University, res SW 

cor Chapel and University av, B. 
Risley E. W., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Risley J. B., plasterer, res 1116 Washington 
Rison W. R., real estate agent (S. F.) res 810 Jackson 
Rivett Harry, carpet layer with C. L. Taylor, res Central 

Pacific Railroad House 
Rix Edward A., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Rizzi Joseph, marblecutter Amador Marble Works, res Web- 
ster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Roach John, res 671 East 12th 
Roach Lizzie, domestic with A. A. Moore 
Roach M. R. Miss, dressmaker, res 411 Ninth 
Roach Nellie, domestic, 933 Linden 
Roach P., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Roach Patrick, marble polisher with Madden & Nunan, res 

710 Park 
Roach Peter, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Central Pacific 

Railroad House 
Roalfe William, student University 
Roan John, stableman with L. M. Beaudry 
Robb Bernard, painter, res S s Twentv-first nr Brush 
Robbins Charles F. (Blake, Bobbins & Co., S. F.) res NW 

cor Telegraph av and Knox pi 
Roberts Abraham, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
ROBERTS CHARLES, cashier The Oakland Bank of Sav- 
ings, res SW cor Orchard av and Webster 
Roberts Edward, engineer C. P. R. R., res Cedar bet William 

and Atlantic 
Roberts Edward W., mining engineer, res S s Charter nr 

Telegraph av 
Roberts Eugene, coachman with L. G. Cole 
Roberts Griffith M., gang foreman C. P. R. R., res S s Chase 

bet William and Wood 
Roberts Henry, butcher with G. W. Scribner, res S s Fif- 
teenth bet Clay and Jefferson 



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Office, 224 Montgomery, tt., S. F., or Park st., Alameda. 



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384 OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 

Roberts Isaac, teamster with Corlies & Merritt 

Roberts John, boilermaker, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Roberts John, carpenter, res 1728 Seward 

Roberts John, laborer W. D. Co. 

Roberts John W., res SW cor Webster and Durant 

Roberts Joseph jr., stockbroker, res 954 Webster 

Roberts Joseph D., res 967 Alice 

Roberts Oliver E., carpenter and builder, res 694 Park 

Robertson Alexander, shipwright W.D. Co., resN s Atlantic 

bet Pine and Cedar 
Robertson John A., mining, res E s Market bet Twentieth 

and Twenty -first 
Robertson John W., student University 
Robertson Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 960 Grove 
Robertson S. S. Mrs., res 563 Seventh 
Robins Jennie A. Miss, student University 
ROBINSON AARON, carpet beating machine, 519 Second, 

res 523 Second 
Robinson Andrew, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Robinson CD., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Robinson Charles M., res E s Fifth av bet East 15th and 

East 16th 
Robinson Chester, clerk with E. Hook 

Robinson C. J. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res 820 Fif- 
teenth 
Robinson C. K., solicitor (S. F.) res 920 Sixth av 
Robinson Edward C, delivery clerk with Freeman & Jaffe, 

res 911 Grove 
Robinson Edward N., engineer (S. F.) res Kelsey Cottage 

No. 3 
Robinson Henry, plasterer, res 945 Willow 



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519 Second Street. 

SECOND-HAND AND RAG CARPETS FOR SALE. 



O^tir£>ot;s H&E^cXo and Xj^tica. 

Orders directed to Postoffice Box 830 will receive prompt attention. 

A. ROBINSON, Proprietor. 



PIFRfVifiNT 9PRINP*\ FIRST CLASS H0TEL F0R SUMMER BOARDERS 



3 miles from Oakland. A. D. WHITNEY. Propr. 



J. 3. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [ R ] DIEECTORY. 385 



Robinson Howard, carpet layer with A. Robinson, res 523 

Second 
Robinson J. Claiborne, res 26h Twelfth 
Robinson James, cook Humboldt Park Hotel 
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 11th and Third av 
Robinson John, hostler with D. M. Avers, res SE cor Sev- 
enteenth and San Pablo av 
Robinson John A., attv-at-law, res 941 Linden 
Robinson Julius, res 862 Chester 
Robinson Nathan, res 756 Sixth 
Robinson Robert, carpenter, res Eureka Hotel 
Robinson William T., laborer, 521 Sixth 
Robison Ancel C, curiosities (S. F.) res N-W cor Harrison 

and Sixth 
Rocca John, wines and liquors, saloon and res 710 Broadway 
Roccovich Luca, fruit, 968 Broadway 
Roccovich M., porter with Ghirardelli & Petar, res 968 

Broadway 
Rode Christian (Kaese & Rode) res 417 Tenth 
Rode Christian Mrs., stamping, embroidering and braiding, 
417 Tenth 

; Roderick John, laborer C. P. R. R., res 678 Park 
; Roderick Manuel, laborer W. D. Co. 

Roderick Patrick, laborer, res 813 Filbert 
[ Rodgers Annie Miss, res E s Telegraph av nr Edwards 
! Rodgers Augustus, master mariner, res Dennison nr Valder 
\ Rodgers James, contractor, res S s Brown nr West 
I Rodgers William, student Oakland Business College, res E s 

Telegraph av nr Edwards 
! Rodolph E. G., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 966 Clay 
! Rodolph Emma Miss, res 966 Clay 

i Rodolph Frank B., books, stationery and sheet music, 1003 
Broadway 
Rodolph Julie Miss, res 966 Clay 
: Rodolph S. F., homoeopathic physician, 1003 Broadway, 
res 966 Clay 
Rodrigues Jose' C., restaurant, 679 East 12th 
Rodrigues Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Roe George, capitalist, res E s Jackson nr Sixteenth 
Roe — , musician, res 605 Tenth 

Roediger F. A., candy factory, N s Taylor bet Wood and 
Willow 

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3S6 OAKLAND [U] DIRECTORY. 

Roediger F. W., candymaker, res N s Taylor nr Wood 
Roediger Herman, candymaker, res N s Taylor nr Wood 
Roehnert Fred, upholsterer with E. Hook, res 1522 Third 
Roerig Winfield S., carpenter with Wall & Black, res 308 

Seventh 
Roess Charles, laborer D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Roessler Louisa, domestic, 1144 Myrtle 
Roeth Henry C, bookkeeper with J. Lusk & Co., res cor 

Telegraph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Roff Harry L., insurance agent, res S s Elm bet Telegraph 

av and Valley 
ROFF JOHN 0., proprietor Roffs Hotel, N s Dalton av nr 

stoekyarc],s 
ROFF'S HOTEL, John C. Roff proprietor, N s Dalton av 

nr stockyards 
Rogel Maria Mrs., midwife, res 362 Fourth 
Rogers Bessie Miss, res 1023 Chester 
Rogers E. A., clerk (S. F.) res 1023 Chester 
Rogers Elisha P., engineer, res N s Division nr Pine 
Rogers Frank, deckhand steamer Capital , 

Rogers Frank, laborer, res N s East 14th bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth avs 
Rogers Harry B., res 1259 Webster 

Rogers Henry, agent with Samuel Merritt, res 1209 Jackson 
Rogers Henry, pilot, (S. F.) res 1724 Seward 
Rogers John, res W s Campbell bet Atlantic and Pacific 
Rogers John H., carpenter W. D. Co., res cor Atlantic and 

Pine 
Rogers John R. Mrs., res 610 Twelfth 
Rogers Joseph, stevedore, res N s Taylor bet Pine and 

Cedar 
Rogers Philip, well digger, res W s Lusk nr Evoy av 
Rogers S. B. Mrs., widow, res 1023 Chester 
Rogers Sol., bookkeeper (S. F.) res N s Division nr Pine 
Rogers William H., barber (S. F.) res 269 Sixth 
Rogers William H., laborer, res SW cor Ninth av and East 

17th 
Rogerson Mary E., domestic, 620 Fourteenth 
Rohan C. Mrs., groceries, 1642 Telegraph av 
Rohde Diedrich, teamster with E. Jungerman 
Rohling T.j second cook Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Rohrs F. E., tanner, res S s East 14th bet Eighteenth and 

Nineteenth avs 
Roland W., laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Rolfe T., brakeman C. P. R. R. 
Roller Albert, pressman with Butler & Bowman, res S. F. 



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OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 387 

Rollins Frank, brakeman C. P. R. R., res Brooklyn Dining 
Room 

Rollins Frank R., calker W. D. Co., res Pearson nr Taylor 

Rollins H. C, carpenter Northern R. R., res S s Eighth nr 
Willow 

Rollins Lillian J. Miss, res res S s Eighth nr Willow 

Rollins Mark, horsetrainer Oakland Trotting Park 

Romero Jesnsa Miss, res 1926 San Pablo av 

Rommeck Julius, carpenter, res 1620 Myrtle 

Rommeck Leopold, carpenter, res 1620 Myrtle 

Root James, merchant, res 1374 Franklin 

Root William H., retoucher with Murry Dunham 

Roper William, barber with A. Hallahan, res%N s Tenth bet 
Franklin and Webster 

Rorher Benjamin, hostler with G. W. Stephenson 

Rosco Anton, carpenter, res Babue's Hotel 

Rose Alexander H., res 934 Myrtle 

Rose A. W., broker, res cor Madison and Ninth 

Rose James, clerk with J. S. Crosley, res N s Seventeenth 
bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 

Rose James, with Cal. Watch Co. 

Rose James W., expressman, res SE cor Broadway and 
Twelfth, res 812 Twenty-eighth 

Rose Joseph, laborer W. D. Co. 

Roseberry James, (J. Roseberry & Co. S. F.) res 981 Camp- 
bell 

Rosenberg Charles, clerk with L. Rosenberg, res 1002 Web- 
ster 

Rosenberg J. M., res 1002 Webster 

Rosenberg Lasery, cigars and tobacco, 867J Broadway, res 
1002 Webster 

Rosenberg Morris, boots and shoes, 1109 Broadway, res 
1002 Webster 

Rosenberg N. & Co. (Nathan Rosenberg and J. James) 
wholesale and retail cigars and tobacco, SW cor Broad- 
way and Eleventh 

Rosenberg Nathan, cigars and tobacco, 909 Broadway (and 
N. Rosenberg & Co.) res 1560 Telegraph av 

Rosenheim Abraham, res 1560 Brush 

Rosenheim Jacob, pedlar, res W s Humboldt av, half mile 
S of University, B. 

Rosenk Gustav, physician and surgeon, office and res Eureka 
Hotel 

Rosenstock Frederick, res S s Weston av nr Telegraph av 

Rosett Adah Miss, res Alhambra House 

Ross A. J., policeman, res NWcor Twenty-fourth and Market 



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388 OAKLAND [ R, ] DIRECTORY. 

Ross Colin, cashier New Zealand Insurance Co. (S. F.) res 

1459 Telegraph av 
Ross Francis, carpenter, res 971 Fifth 
Ross G. E., broker (S. F.) res N s Fifteenth nr Clay 
Ross John, house and sign painter, 470 Third, res 715 Clay 
Ross John C, special policeman, res 319 Fourth 
Rossini Charles J., proprietor West End Hotel, and furni- 
ture and bedding, SW cor Seventh and Peralta 
Rost Charles, hostler Broadway and Piedmont R. R., res 

Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Rotermund William, baker with H. Shindler, res SE cor 

Twenty-fourth and Telegraph av 
Roth Louis, tailor with S. Francis, res Fifteenth nr Franklin 
Rothchild Fred. H., student University, res Berkeley Hotel 
Roudbush Daniel, farmer, res SW cor Sixteenth and West 
Roulstone Andrew J., mining, res E s Fifth av betEast 15th 

and East 16th 
Roundey Bros. (John L. Roundey jr.) Brooklyn, Fruit Vale 

and S. F. Express, 626 East 12th 
Roundey John L., special policeman and bridge tender 

Webster-st Bridge, res 503 East 14th 
Roundey John L. jr. (Roundey Bros.) res S s East 15th bet 

Tenth and Eleventh avs 
Rourke William, baker with John Donnelly, res NW cor 

Goss and Pine 
Rouse William H. (Rouse & Laws, S. F.) res 814 Filbert 
Rousseau James, boots and shoes, store and res 687 East 12th 
Roussel Paul, tripe, res E s Broadway nr McAdam 
Routh M. Mrs., widow, res E s Wood nr William 
Rowan John, blacksmith Oakland R. R. * 

Rowan Michael, laborer, res N s Lydia bet West and Curtis 
Rowan Patrick, laborer, res N s Lydia bet West and Curtis 
Rowan Thomas, blacksmith Oakland R. R., res SW cor 

Telegraph av and Forty-third 
Rowden John, teamster with Corlies & Merritt, res cor 

Brush and Third 
Rowe Felix, cabinetmaker, res S s William bet Cedar and 

Bay 
Rowe John, stock speculator, res S s William bet Bay and 

Cedar 
Rowe Richard D., driver with Samm & Ziegenbein, res cor 

First and Clay 
ROWELL JOSEPH C, A. B., librarian University 
ROWELL WILLIAM K., real estate and house broker and 

collector, NE cor Broadway and Ninth, res S s Merri- 

mac pi bet Telegraph av and Webster 



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OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 389 

Bo wen Mary, nurse, 1408 Eighth 

Rowland Charles H., clerk with W. E. Rowland, res E s 
Chestnut nr Eighteenth 

Rowland J. W., farmer, res Thirty-second bet Telegraph av 
and Grove 

Rowland W. E., watchmaker and jeweler, 465 Ninth, res E 
s Chestnut nr Eighteenth 

Rowland William, bricklayer, res E s Chestnut nr Eigh- 
teenth 

Rowland William T., shipwright W. D. Co., res 1431 Third 

Rowley John, carpenter, res N s Short nr Cedar 

Rowntree Musidore, student University 

Rowse Samuel, carpenter, res NsB nr Louise 

ROYAL INSURANCE CO. (of Liverpool) Luke Doe agent, 
958 Broadway 

Royce S. E., res AV s San Pablo av nr Twenty-second 

Rubert Charles C, plumber, res W s Filbert nr Thirtieth 

Rubert D. H., shipwright, res W s Filbert nr Thirtieth 

Rubiolo Alfred, waiter Barnum's Restaurant, res SE cor 
Seventh and Broadway 

Rubiolo Andre, with G. Cattaneo, E s Telegraph av nr 
Temescal creek 

Ruddick William S., shoemaker with D. J. Outram, res 
Stewart's Hatel 

Rudolph G. R., proprietor Point Restaurant, 1811 Seventh 

Ruet Clarissa, widow, res 716 Fourth 

Rued J. C, leather (S. F.) res 1160 Eighth 

Ruhe Frederick Mrs., widow, res 710 Filbert 

Ruhle Louis, butcher San Francisco Market, res 836 Broad- 
way 

Ruhmann Chris., carpenter W. D. Co., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 

Ruiz Bernard, res 407 Fourth 

Ruiz John, laborer, 407 Fourth 

Rulofson W. H. jr., cashier with Bradley & Rulofson (S.F.) 
res 853 Myrtle 

Rummel Andrew, carpenter Oakland Point Planing Mill, res 
N s Fifth bet Webster and Harrison 

Rummel George Frederick, butcher, res W s San Pablo av 
nr Alcatraz av 

Runyon Charles D., res 1817 Goss 

Runyon Charles E., carpenter W. D. Co. 

Runyon Fred. M., clerk W. D. Co., res 1031 Filbert 

Rushmore William, laborer, res 756 Brush 

Russ Frederick, res 1317 Webster 

Russ John, collector Tribune, res 959 Jefferson 



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390 OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 

RUSSELL C. W., bakery and confectionery, 911 Seventh 
Russell E. K., grainer with C. B. Rutherford, res Fifteenth 

bet Grove and Jefferson 
Russell Frank P., teacher California Military Academy 
Russell House, Mrs. Mary Dunn, proprietress, 1113 Broad- 
way 
Russell House Restaurant, A. D. Bowley proprietor, 1111 

Broadway 
Russell James L., res ES cor Tenth and Madison 
Russell John, carpenter with J. Lusk & Co., res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Temescal 
Russell Joseph E., brakeman C. P. R. R., res N s Fifth bet 

Center and Chester 
Russell Robert, res N s East 23d nr Thirteenth av 
Russell Thomas S., grocer, res Clinton nr Peralta 
Russell William, butcher with W. Jarvis, res junction Web- 
ster and Broadway 
Russell William H., cooper, res SW cor Market and Walton 
Rust Edgar C, clerk with Cadogan & Co., res N s East 15th 

bet Eleventh and Twelfth avs 
Rust E. P. Mrs., res N s East 15th bet Eleventh and Twelfth 

avs 
Rust Richard C, law student, res N s East 15th bet Eleventh 

and Twelfth avs 
RUTH 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 
Rutherford C. H., with Stilwell Bros. & Co. 
Rutherford John S., farmer, res 826 Fourteenth 
Rutherford Joseph, laborer, res N s Forty-second nr Tele- 
graph av Temescal 
Ryan & Mellor(P. F. Ryan and James F. Mellor) Star Auc- 
tion Store, 466 Twelfth 
Ryan Catherine, domestic D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Ryan Bernard, blacksmith with King & William, res 358 

Ninth 
Ryan Daniel (Fountain & Ryan) res 1158 Broadway 
Ryan J., pipemaker, res cor First and Webster 
Ryan James, hostler, res NW cor Union and Twenty -fourth 
Ryan James, laborer, res 466 Third 
Ryan John, laborer, res Overland House 
Ryan Mark, laborer, res W s Adeline nr Twentieth 
Ryan Martin, horseshoer, E s Washington nr Seventh, res 
557 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 391 

Ryan Michael J., saloon and agent Hibernia Brewery, 468 
Seventh, res 520 Sixth 

Ryan Peter F. (Ryan & Mellor) res S. F. 

Ryan Richard, horseshoer with M. Ryan, E s Washington nr 
Seventh 

Ryan Thomas, carriage painter with M. W. Allen, res 360 
Fourth 

Ryan William, laborer C. P. R, R., res 953 Third 

RYDER ANDREW (Gushing & Ryder) res The Centennial 

Rynders Delia Mrs., res 612 J East 12th 

Ryttenberg Isaac D. (Leon Hershberg & Co.) res 690 Syca- 
more 

Ryus Frank J., carpenter with J. Lusk & Co. 



Saal Louis, oysterman with N. Williams 

Sable Roger, laborer, res Overland House 

Sack William M., saw filer, res 957 Webster 

Sackett B. R , farmer, res E s Brush nr Twentieth 

Sackett Darius P., res NE cor Audubon and Dwight way, B. 

Sackman & Cameron (John Sackman and John H. Cameron) 
carriagemakers, 1220 Broadway 

Sackman John (Sackman & Cameron) res SW cor Twenty- 
sixth and San Pablo av 

Sackrider — , importer blooded stock, res Winsor House 

Sacrider P. Mrs., res N s Eighteenth nr Jefferson 

Sadler Caleb (Sadler & Barrows, S. F.) res 1382 Telegraph av 

Sagala Alexander, fireman Standard Soap Co., res cor Sec- 
ond and Allston, W. B. 

SAGEHORN WILLIAM T., Hour, hay and grain, 473 Sixth 

Sailer S. Mrs., res 265 Ninth 

Salinger Albert M. (Lippmann & Salinger) res 476 Ninth 

Salisbury Belle Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. Ada Gage, res 
609 Tenth 

Salmon John M., butcher with J. H. Coutolenc, res S s 
Edwards nr Telegraph av 

Salsig Ami B., butcher, res E s San Pablo av nr Union av 

Salter N. A. Mrs., res 118 Eleventh 

Salter Robert, carriagewasher with Hard & Howe 

Sam Gee, laundry, 724 Filbert 

Sam Hop, laundry, 560 Broadway 

Sam Kee, laundry, 1074 Fourteenth av 

Sam Wa, laundry, 359 Eighth 



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392 OAKLAND [ £j ] DIRECTORY. 

SAMM & ZIEGENBEIN (Jacob Samm and John Ziegen- 
bein) proprietors Samm's Flouring Mill, cor First and 
Clay 

Samm Jacob (Samm & Ziegenbein) res cor Eighth and Center 

SAMM'S FLOURING MILLS, Samm & Ziegenbein pro- 
prietors, NW cor First and Clay 

Sample James T., expressman, res SE cor Twentieth and 
Market 

Sampson Harriet N., nurse, res Wilcox House 

Samson Edward, clerk with S. Splivalo cfc Co., res 607 Sixth 

Samson Benjamin C, carpenter Union Box Factory (S. F.) 
res 1007 Campbell 

Samson Leon, salesman with Ghirardelli & Petar, res 607 
Sixth 

Samuels Abraham, photographer (S. F.) res 818 Broadway 

Samuels B., tailor, dyer and scourer, 818 Broadway 

Samuels George, clerk with F. Senram, res 818 Broadway 

Samuels Jacob, painter with H. W. Barnes, res East Twenty- 
fourth nr Nineteenth av 

Samuels Samuel, watchmaker and jeweler, 818 Broadway 

SAN FRANCISCO MARKET, P. J. Gerhardy manager, 
829 Broadway 

San Mart} r n Francisco, laborer, res W s San Pablo av nr 
University av, W. B. 

San Pablo Avenue Market, F. F. Patronack proprietor, S s 
San Pablo av bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Sanborn Henry M., clerk with James Hutchison, res cor 
Telegraph av and Bay pi 

Sanborn John, res 623 Third 

Sanborn Theodore C, stockbroker (S. F.) res East 10th bet 
Sixth and Seventh avs 

Sanborne William E., clerk with Berry &, Place (S. F.) res 
819 Filbert 

Sander Henry W., student University 

Sanders John H., upholsterer with E. Hook, res W s Grove 
nr Twentieth 

Sanders John, painter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 

Sanderson Henry E., student University, res Chi Phi House 

Sanderson James, laborer, res 661 Sycamore 

Sanderson William, collector (S. F.) res 800 Franklin 

Sanderson William N., porter C. P. R. R. 

Sandford Frank, laborer, res 722 Grove 

Sandford George, clerk with R. J. Cavasso, res SE cor Cas- 
tro and Fourth 

Sandford M. E. Mrs., res 722 Castro 

Sandison John A., bartender stmr Oakland 



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Sandoz A. C, carpenter Northern R. R., res SW cor Pine 

and Seventh 
Sands Thomas, painter W. D. Co., res S. F. 
Sands — , res NsB nr Hollis 
Sanford Edmund P. (Sanford, Kelsey & Co.) res NW cor 

Thirteenth and Clay 
Sanford P., laborer with Corlies & Merritt 53 

Sanford George, carpenter, res W s Jefferson bet Fifteenth j ^ 

and Sixteenth I * 

SANFORD, KELSEY & CO. (Edmund P. Sanford, Noah . P 3 

Kelsey and George B. Flint) drugs and medicines, 971 : $* 

Broadway, cor Tenth j C^ 

Sanford O. M., tinsmith with James Dalziel, res 1068 jH 

Broadway ' H 

Sanford William, patternmaker, res NE cor Third and 2 

Franklin . ^ 

Sanford William S., foreman Pacific Stone Co., res NE cor © 

Third and Franklin j W 

Santiago Joseph, porter Oakland Ferry, res S. F. j w 

Santiell John, brakeman C. P. R. R. j — 

Santini John, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 562 East 11th | © 

Santos Eugene, laborer, res E s Seventh nr Bristol, W. B. 
Santos George R., painter, res 545 Brown 
Santos John, barber, res 812 Henry 
Santos John A., res 545 Brown 
Santos M. E., widow, res 545 Brown 
Sargent J. L., farmer, res W s Thirteenth av bet East 15th 

and East 16th 
Sargent Lizzie Miss, school teacher, res W s Thirteenth av 

bet East 15th and East 16th 
Sargent Thomas W., teamster with E. Surryhne & Co., res 

foot of Division 
Sarpy, Barstow & Co. (O. Sarpy, A. Barstow and M. C. 

Garber) hay, feed, flour and grain, 423-425 Eleventh 
Sarpv J. B. O., bookkeeper with Sarpy, Barstow & Co. and 

foreman Truck No. 1, res 460 Third 
Sarpy Oscar (Sarpy, Barstow & Co.) res 460 Third 
Sather Peder, banker (S. F.) res 664 Twelfth 
Satori August, with N. Giamboni & Co. (S. F.) res 1714 

Seward 
Satterlee & Vogler (George A. Satterlee and John F. Vogler) 

glass, 663-665 Third 
Satterlee George A. (Satterlee & Vogler) res Washinton nr 

Seventh 
Sauer Henry, barber with Ernest Held, res cor Twenty-sec- 
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394 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sauerbrunn Joseph, res 501 Elm 

Saueressig G. P., res 322 Eleventh 

Saufley Jackson M., res N s Division bet Wood and Pine 

Saufley R. C, clerk (S. F.) res N s Division nr Wood 

Saul Peter, stableman, res N s East 18th bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth avs 

Sauvain August, bookkeeper (S. F.) res SW cor Ninth and 
Kirkham 

Savage Henry M., student University 

Savage William R., res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 

Sawyer, Bates & Co. (L. Sawyer and Charles D. Bates) con- 
tractors, 1004 Broadway, room 2 

Sawyer C. H. Mrs., res 577 Twelfth 

Sawyer Leander (Sawyer, Bates & Co.) res N s East 10th 
bet Eighth and Ninth avs 

Sawyer S. N., carpenter, res Mansion House, E. O. 

Sayer Edward J., saloon and res NW cor Thirty -ninth and 
Telegraph av 

Scahill Margaret, res Curtis bet Twenty-first and Twenty- 
second 

Scalley James, laborer, res 662 Myrtle 

Scanlan James, laborer, res 523 Second 

Scanlan Mary Mrs., res 693 Park 

Scanlon Ann Mrs., groceries and liquors, store and res NW 
cor Market and Fourth 

Scanlon J., watchman, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Scanlon John, brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Scanlon J. T.., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Scannell John, janitor North Hall, University 

Scannell John, switchman C. P. R. R., res W s Hollis 
nr B 

Schade George (Gay & Schade) res 516 Eighth 

Schade Mary, widow, res 516 Eighth 

Schaefer & Welti (John M. Schaefer and Edward Welte) 
proprietors Philadelphia Restaurant, 1022 Broadway 

Schaefer John M. (Schaefer & Welti) res NW cor Eleventh 
and Franklin 

Schafer A. B., merchant, res 812 Harrison 

Schafer Conrad, farmer, res Ns University avnr Tenth, W.B 

Schafer John, res NE cor Twentieth and Castro 

Schafer Peter, carpenter, res S s Cleveland av nr Tele- 
graph av 

Schatfer Catherine, widow, res 1470 Third 

SCHAFFER LOUIS, butcher, 819 Broadway, res 555 
Sixth 

Schaffer Louis, student Oakland Business College 



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OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 395 

SCHAFFNER FREDERICK, proprietor Railroad Avenue 

Hotel and Restaurant, NW cor Chester and Seventh, 

(Kohler's Block) 
Scharman Morris, cigars and tobacco, 1067 Broadway 
Schasser John J., confectioner with John Thomson, res 

Stewart's Hotel 
Schaub Theodore, clerk with N. Rosenberg & Co., res cor 

Eighth and Willow 
Schefer Alfred, waiter Union Restaurant, res 322 Second 
Scheffer Frederick, cigar manufacturer, res N W cor Eighth 

and Chester 
Scheidecker John, carpenter, res 926 Filbert 
Scheiding Henry, wines and liquors, saloon and res SW cor 

Sixteenth av and East 12th 
Schellhaas H., new and second hand furniture, 406-408 

Eleventh and SW cor Washington and Tenth, res 409 

Twelfth 
Schenck Ada Miss, res Blake House 
Schenck — Mrs., res Blake House 
Schenk Carl A., principal German - English School, res 

Twelfth nr Willow 
Schenk — , res E s Cypress bet Ninth and Tenth 
Scherer Alfred, waiter Union Restaurant 
Scherrer John, shoemaker, 812 Seventh 
Schieffer Christian H., leather (S. F.) res Chestnut bet Tenth 

and Twelfth 
Schielke Hermann, carpenter, res E s Chestnut bet Thirty- 
second and Thirtv-fourth 
SCHIMMELPFENNIG & RISER (F. Schimmelpfennig jr. 

and George C. Riser) stoves, tinware, plumbing and 

gasfitting 768 East 12th 
Schimmelpfennig F., dry goods, 762 East 12th, res 758 East 

12th 
Schimmelpfennig F. jr. (Schimmelpfennig & Riser) res 768 

East 12th 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East 12th bet Fifteenth and Six- 
teenth avs 
Schlegelmich Stephen, machinist C. P. R. R., res 1720 

Eighth 
Schley Bros. (Charles and Philip Schley) bakerv, 770 East 

12th 
Schley Charles (Schley Bros.) res 772 East 12th 
Schley Lizzie Miss, bakery, 612 East 12th 
Schley Philip (Schley Bros.) res 772 East 12th 
Schlotzhauer Paul, saloon, 482 Eighth 
Schmidt Albert, clerk, res SW cor East 14th and Fifteenth av 



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390 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Schmidt Charles, waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Schmidt Christian, laborer, res N s East 14th nr Twenty- 
eighth av 
Schmidt Frederick, wines and liquors, NW cor Jackson and 

Third 
Schmidt Frank, brewer Brooklyn Brewery, res 804 East 12th 
Schmidt William J., carpenter, res cor Fifteenth and 

Center 
Schmitt Carl (Wiemever, Schutt & Schmitt) res Sacramento 

Schmitz Christopher, res 4 Pearson's Bow 

SCHNEIDER A. J. 3 proprietor Oakland Basket Factory, 962 
Broadway 

Schneider Christina, domestic with Mrs. Joseph Becht 

Schneider Conrad, butcher, 463 Fourth, res S. F. 

Schneider Conrad, proprietor Union Hotel, NW cor Thir- 
teenth av and East 12th 

Schneider Frederick, cabinetmaker, res 612 Second 

Schneider John, carpenter, res S s Seventh av bet East 16th 
and East 17th 

Schneider L., tailor, shop and res 380 East 12th 

Schneily Joseph, machinist (S. F.) res 1408 Twelfth 

Sclmelle Charles, farmer, res N s University av nr Tenth, 
W. B. 

Schnelle Herman (Stulz & Sclmelle) res cor Willow and 
Seventh 

Schober Frederick, machinist, res 666 Sixth 

Schoen Paul, piano tuner, res S s Logan nr Telegraph av 

Schoenf elder William, patternmaker W. D. Co. 

Scholl C. F. (Jahn & Scholl) res 1507 Ninth 

Scholl Mary Miss, res S s Ninth nr Chester 

Scholle Albert W., student Universit}' 

School of the Sacred Heart (private) Mrs. E. W. Johnson 
principal, cor Forty-second and Grove, N. Temescal 

School Susan Mrs., res 916 Center 

Schooler William H., student University 

SCHOONOVER & CO. (Thomas Schoonover and Peter Le- 
vins) proprietors Oakland Point Planing Mill 

Schoonover Thomas (Schoonover & Co.) res cor Fourth and 
Peralta 

Schott Louis, driver, res S s University av nr Second, W. B. 

Schou Andrew H., carpenter and builder, 678 Elm 

Schrader Adolph, fresco painter, res S s Twenty-third bet 
San Pablo and Telegraph avs 

Schraeder Charles, baker with J. Brandstetter, res 908 
Broadway 



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OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 397 



Schrain Frederick, tailor with Thomas Lancaster, res 917 
Washington 

Schramm M., tailor, res N s East 16th nr Fourteent av 

Schramm Mathieu, photographer (S. F.) res E s Chestnut 
bet Tenth and Twelfth 

Schreiber Antonia, widow, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 
Pine 

Schreiber August, regalias, res E s Thirteenth av nr East 23d 

SCHREIBER CHRISTIAN, Oakland Furniture Warerooms, 
1105-1107 Broadway, res 1132 Linden 

Schreiber J. jr., bookkeeper with Philip Schreiber, res N s 
William bet Wood and Pine 

Schreiber Louis, upholsterer, res 412 First 

Schreiber Philip, furniture and bedding, 1064-1066 Broad- 
way, res E s Wood nr Atlantic 

Schrieber Christian, candy manufacturer (S. F.) res N s Lin- 
coln nr Willow 

Schroder Edward F., teller London and San Francisco Bank, 
res 1164 Alice 

Schroder Herman, res SE cor Eighth av and East 12th 

Schroeder A. Mrs., dressmaker, 511 Third 

Schroeder C. W., painter, 834 Broadway, res Franklin House 

Schroeder L., scroll sawyer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Schroeder Paul, bookkeeper Samms' Flouring Mills, res 511 
Third 

Schubart Paul, barber with E. Mosca, res 657 Jefferson 

Schuberth George F., dairy, SE cor Adeline and Twenty- 
eighth 

Schuler August, carriage trimmer (S. F.) res 669 Seventh 

Schuler Ernst, tin, copper and sheet-iron worker, N s Seventh 
bet Wood and Willow, res 1756 Seward — i 

SCHULER JACOB, groceries and liquors, SE cor Seventh 
and Webster, res 840 Webster 

Schuller Andrew, mining, res E s Telegraph av nr Ply- 
mouth av 

Schultheis Peter, hostler Oakland R. R. Co., res cor Forty- 
fourth and Telegraph av 

SCHULTZ & KOCK (William Schultz and Peter Kock) gro- 
ceries, liquors and general merchandise, NW cor Forty- 
fifth and Telegraph av, Temescal 

Schultz D. Miss, dressmaker, res 691 East 12th 

SCHULTZ JACOB, proprietor Ralston Market, SE cor 
Eighth and Washington, res 520 Eighth 

Schultz Julius, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1006 Chester 

Schultz William, farmer, res W s Park av nr Dennison 

Schultz William (Schultz & Kock) res S. F. 



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398 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Schultze Henry A., draughtsman with Stokes & Phillips, res 

558 Sixteenth 
Schnlz George, salesman with Henry Hauschildt, res NE cor 

Franklin and Seventh 
SCHULZE CHARLES, physician, res 1365 Tenth 
Schunck Henry, wines and liquors, saloon and res 675 East 

Twelfth 
SCHUNHOFF B. F., drugs and medicines, 462 Seventh, res 

cor William and San Pablo av 
Schunhoff Julius, tinsmith, res 1522 Seventh 
Schussler Hermann, chief engineer Spring Valley Water 

Works ($. E.) res SW cor Madison and Fourth 
SCHUTT AUGUST M. (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) res 

1383 Broadway 
Schutt Alonzo, butcher, res W s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 
Schutte John, brickmason, res Golden Star Hotel 
Schuyler Thomas J., collector S. P. P. P., res 720 Seventh 
Schwab Charles N., clerk with J. Greenhood & Bros., res 

562 Seventh 
Schwab Etta Miss, milliner with James M. Halsted, res 

William bet Cedar and Pine 
Schwab Peter, machinist C. P. P. P., res William bet Pine 

and Cedar 
Schwagermann F., fruit and confectionery, 963 Franklin 
Schwarmen Henry, waiter Park House, W. B. 
Schwarting F., porter (S. F.) res 758 Jefferson 
Schwartz A., bookkeeper, res 851 Harrison 
Schwartz John, car cleaner C. P. P. P. 
Schwartz Nicholas, molder, res 1012 Third 
Schwartz William B., engraver, res 1273 San Pablo av 
Schwartz — , carpenter, res SW cor William and Pine 
Schwerdt Philip, res 1002 Myrtle 
Schwetter John, cabinetmaker with E. Hook 
Schwiechler Theodore, painter, res N s Erie nr Telegraph av 
Schwiers J. F., clerk, res NE cor Chester and Ninth 
Scoby Joel G., clerk with P. Schreiber, res Sunnyside Hotel 
Scotchler James, res 1014 Linden 
Scotchler J. B. Mrs., res 923 Linden 
Scotchler J. L., student University, res 923 Linden 
Scotchler John J. (Scotchler & Gibbs, S. F.) res 1014 Lin- 
den 
Scott C. H., vegetables, fruit, poultry, etc., 816 Broadway 
Scott Christian, laundryman Berkeley Laundry, res N s 

Twelfth nr Kirkham 
Scott George, plumber, res Twenty-first nr San Pablo av 
Scott George P., milkman, W s Telegraph av nr Forty-fifth 



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Sears E. H., instructor Latin and Greek, University, res 



OAKLAND [J3] DIRECTORY. 399 

Scott George W., bookkeeper with Sisson, Wallace & Co. 
(S. F.) res 824 Myrtle 

Scott Henry H., stockbroker (S. F.) res N s East 14th nr 
Twenty-seventh av 

Scott John, carpenter, res 913 Poplar 

Scott Julia, doctress and midwife, res 564 Seventh 

Scott M. E. Mrs., res 565 Second 

Scott Richard Mrs., dressmaker, 1167 Seventh 

Scott Richard, res 1167 Seventh 

Scott William, engineer C. P. R. R., res N s Eighth bet 
Wood and Willow 

Scoville Angeline Mrs., furnished rooms, N s Third nr Wash- 
ington 

Scoville Avery, apprentice Oakland Iron Works, res N s At- 
lantic bet Pine and Cedar 

Scoville Cheney A., helper Oakland Planing Mill, res Third 
bet Clay and Washington 

snnVTT.T.F! IVES, proprietor Oakland Iron Works, 511- 
513 Second, res N s Atlantic bet Pine and Cedar 

Scran ton Theodore E., book agent, res 909 Alice 

Scranton — , solicitor S. F. Bulletin, res Alhambra Honse 

SCRIBNER GEORGE W., butcher, 8-10 City Market, res 
161 Third 

Scribner Walter B., clerk with Grosso & May, res 161 Third 

Sculley Patrick, res 619 Sixth 

Scully Kate, dressmaker, res S s Evoy av nr Grove 

Seabury Forest S., artist California Theatre (S. F.) res j ©* 
Nicholl House I "* 

Seal Alfred H., shipwright W. D. Co., res 1709 Eighth > 

Seal C. J., laborer W. D. Co., res 1709 Eighth I <j 

Searell Allen, miller with Weston & Welch, res Union Hotel j a 

SEARING WILLIAM S., wines and liquors, 849 Broad- | 2 
way cor Seventh, res 531 Ninth 

Sears Adam U., painter, res N s Thirty-fifth nr San Pablo av 

Sears Dean S., sailmaker, res NW cor Eighth and Chester ^ 



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Sears Herman B., sec Oakland Benevolent Association, 464 
Tenth, res 578 Seventeenth 

Sears H. B. jr., clerk with W. & M. Everson, res 578 Sev- 
enteenth 

Sears M., laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel j ^ 

Sears O. B., master mariner, res S s East 16th bet Eleventh j ^ 
and Twelfth avs 

Sears William, teamster with Taylor & Co., res 735 Myrtle, 
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400 OAKLAND [§] DIRECTORY. 

Seaton George M., res 1002 Chester 

Sebriu Oscar, housemover, res E s Myrtle nr Twenty-second 

Sedan L. Mrs., principal Oakland Kindergarten, res 1009 
Washington 

Sedenger Joseph, res 720 Fourth 

Sedgley Abner, contractor and builder, res W s Market nr 
San Pablo av 

See M. M., carpenter, res 673 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 

Seeland Otto, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Seeligsohn Michael, student University 

Seibt Gustav, blacksmith with King & Williams, res 1054 
Franklin 

Seiburg David, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Seigneur Angel, laundryman, res 214 Second 

Seiler Jacob, painter, res S s Eighteenth bet West and Mar- 
ket 

Seitz Jacob, cairiagemaker with Henry Ollis, res 963 Franklin 

SELFRIDGE JAMES M., physician and surgeon, 1068 
Broadway, res 760 Fourteenth 

Sellers William M., carpenter, res The Home, B. 

Selna A. (Camilloni & Co.) res S s Eighth bet Center and 
Chester 

Selna Leopold, proprietor Becht's Saloon, SE cor Eleventh 
and Broadway, res 259 Eighth 

SENATE SALOON, Keed & Magee proprietors, 415-417 
Thirteenth 

Sennon Gustave, tailor, 714 Franklin 

SENRAM FREDERICK, boots and shoes, 963 Broadway, 
res 317 Eleventh 

Serda J. B., laborer, res cor Fifth and Addison, W. B. 

Serda Lawrence Rev., pastor Church of the Sacred Heart of 
Jesus, res SW cor Grove and Evoy av, Temescal 

SESSIONS E. O, capitalist and president The Oakland 
Bank of Savings, NE cor Twelfth and Broadway, res 
NW cor Eighth and Market 

Sessions George W. (Heron & Sessions) res 1104 Broadway 

Sessions John Rev., res 709 Tenth 

Sessions John W., notary public, 462 Eighth, res 709 Tenth 

Sessions Josiah, farmer, res SE cor East 19th and Sev- 
enth av 

Settle William B., carpenter and cabinetmaker, junction Ad- 
eline and San Pablo av 



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J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ICE, 469 Ninth st. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 401 

Seventh Day Adventists' Church, NE cor Thirteenth and 

Clay 
Sexow F., res Central Pacific Railroad House 
Sexton Charles, res E s Telegraph av nr Weston av 
Sexton Patrick A., plasterer, res 864 Washington 
Sexton William, insurance agent, res 917 Alice 
Seymour Clark B., conductor C. P. R. R., res N s Eleventh 

nr Center 
Shade Joseph W., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mill, res Ss 

Livingston nr Kennedy 
Shaker Henry, carpenter, res N s Eighteenth bet Center and 

Cypress 
SHAKESPEAR & WALTER (David Shakespear and W. 
A. Walter) wholesale dealers wood and coal, 413-421 
Eleventh 
Shakespear David (Shakespear & Walter) res 1020 Linden 
Shang E. & Co. (Chinese) laundry, ,N s East 14th bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth avs 
Shankland James H., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1424 San Pab- 
lo av 
ShankJin James W., atty-at-law (S. F.) ros 1009 Madison 
Shane Catherine, chambermaid Tubbs' Hotel 
Shanley James, laborer Oakland Gas Co., res 410 Tenth 
Shanley W^illiam J., teamster with Freeman & Jaffe, res W 

s Harlan nr Peralta 
Shannahan Murtha, laborer W. D. Co., res Charter Oak 

Hotel 
Shannon Bridget, chambermaid Blake House 
Sharhorne R., whitener, res 914 Third 
Sharkey Patrick, laborer Oakland Lumber Yard, res S s 

Linden nr Telegraph av 
Sharp I. N. Mrs., res 424 Twelfth 
Sharp Jacob H., student University 
Sharp Matilda, ladies' nurse, res 1255 Alice 
Sharp e John, capitalist, res Franklin House 
Shattuck C. A., watchmaker with Cal. Watch Co., res Rail- 
road Exchange, W. B. 
Shattuck Francis K., office 857 Broadway, res W s Shattuck 

nr University av, B. 
Shattuck M. A. Miss, teacher, res Blake House 
Shattuck William W., carpenter, res 361 Tenth 
Shaw & Littleheld (Charles H. Shaw and Charles A. Little- 
field) carpenters and builders, S s Bay pi bet Broadway 
and Telegraph av 
Shaw A. C. R., farmer, res N s University av 1 mile E of 
Landing, W. B. 



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Shaw Charles H, (Shaw & Littlefield) res 672 Sycamore 

Shaw Emily Miss, res 1009 Washington 

Shaw Howard, carpenter, res 370 Fourth 

Shaw James, engineer, res S s East 12th nr Twenty-first av 

Shaw James Mrs., proprietress Winsor House 

Shaw James P., painter, res 965 Castro 

Shaw John, carpenter, res 743 Myrtle 

Shaw Joshua, res N s University av 1 mile E of Landing, 

W. B. 
Shaw Leander J., wellborer, E s San Pablo av nrN Oakland 

Station, res cor Thirteenth and Magnolia 
Shaw Lucien, farmer, res N s University av 1 mile E of 

Landing, W. B. 
Shaw Mary E. Mrs., proprietress La Clede House, 1116 

Broadway 
Shaw Thomas, farmer, res cor Telegraph road and Hudson 
Shaw Thomas, farmer with H. P. Livermore, bet Fourth av 

and McAdam E of Broadway 
Shaw Williain Pi., student University, res Chi Phi House 
Shay Hannah Mrs., res NW cor Seventeenth and Brush 
Shay James, laborer, res S s Goss nr Point 
Shay Thomas, laborer W. D. Co.. res Charter Oak Hotel 
Shea James, laborer, res 1013 Third 
Shearer Lewis, atty-at-law (S. F.) res N s Eighteenth bet 

Brush and Castro 
SHEARER SEXTUS, atty-at-law, 954 Broadway, res NW 

cor Curtis and Twentieth 
Sheay James, laborer, res S s Seventeenth bet Cypress and 

Kirkham 
Shedden William (Carpenter & Shedden) res N s First bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Sheedy J., stonecutter Oakland Stone Yard, 1214 Broadway 
Sheehan J. A. (T. R. Burns & Co.) res Clay bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Sheehan John A., studeut University, res 814 Clay 
Sheehan Michael, laborer with Freeman & Jafie, res 653 

Linden 
SHEEHAN PATRICK R., house painter, shop and res 461 

Tenth 
Sheehan Thomas, fireman Oakland Ferry 
Sheehan Timothy, porter with Murphy, Grant & Co. (S. F.) 

res E s Lewis bet Third and Fifth 
Sheehan Timothy, steward, 814 Clay 
Sheel George, bookkeeper with Kenney Bros. (S. F:) res 

467 Tenth 
Sheffield Charles M., student University, res Chi Phi House 



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OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 403 

Shehan John H., driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R. R., res 

418 East 11th 
Shellmound Park, Edward Wiard proprietor, Shellrnound 

Station, N. R. R. 
Shelley Catherine Mrs., res 270 Fifth 
Shelly Ella Mrs., dressmaker, res 571 Seventh 
Shennan John, res 1222 Broadway 
Shepard Ann A. Mrs., res 1004 East 9th 
Shepard Edward H., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Shepard J. L. N. (Judson & Shepard, S. F.) res W s San 

Pablo av nr Temescal creek 
Shepard John, res W s Ninth av bet East 11th and East 12th 
Shepard Thomas F. jr., clerk, res 507 East 14th 
Shepheard Rachael Sirs., res 676 Scyamore 
Shepman William E., silver plater (S. F.) res N sTwelfthnr 

Campbell 
Sheppard Mary, domestic, 1520 Telegraph av 
Sheriff Alameda County, Henry N. Morse, County Court 

House, room 8 
Sherman Calvin, carpenter, res East 22d nr Thirteenth av 
Sherman David S., assayer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res NE cor 

Sixteenth and Grove 
Sherman F. P., res Sunnyside House 
SHERMAN GEORGE E., physician and surgeon, 1055 

Broadway, res 56Q Tenth 
Sherman Julia E. Miss, teacher Lafayette Grammar School, 

res 668 Seventh 
Sherman Philip D., housemover, 422| Ninth, res W s West 

nr Twenty -first 
Sherman Samuel, tailor with S. Francis, res Chile bet Union 

and Lafayette, Alameda 
Sherman William, assistant U. S. treasurer (S. F.) res 620 

Fourteenth 
Shermer H., physician, res 803 Jefferson 
Sherrott Edward, variety store and res 807 Broadway 
Sherry John, laborer Oakland R. R. Co., res 667 Twenty-sixth 
SHERWIN JOSEPH, architect, NW cor Eighth and 

Broadway 
Sherwin L., laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Sherwin Thomas, clerk, res 969 Castro 
Sherwin W., machinist Cal. Watch Co. 

Sherwood William R., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Shew Laura F. Miss, adjuster U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 620 

Fourteenth 
Shields John, farmer with H. P. Livermore, res Forty-fifth 

nr Telegraph av 



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404 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Shindler Henry, proprietor Star Bakery, SE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Telegraph av 
Shinn Edwin, upholsterer, res 366 Fifth 
Shinn Milicent Miss, student University, res Young Ladies' 

Club 
Shipley Frank C, clerk with Olney & Co., res E s Jefferson 

nr Eleventh 
Shipley Samuel D., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res E s 

Jefferson nr Eleventh 
Shirley Guy, student University 

Shirley William D. Mrs., res SE cor East 11th and Ninth av 
Shivery Mary, widow, res 713 Brush 
Shoemaker Nicholas, res Fruit Yale av nr East 27th 
Shoen D. B., cigars and tobacco, 459 Seventh, res Fourth 

bet Franklin and Webster 
Sholes J. C. Mrs., res NE cor Fourteenth and Webster 
Shorey Albert, policeman, res 1572 Seventeenth 
Shorkley Allan, salesman with James Dalziel, res 757 

Eighteenth 
Shorkley H. B. Mrs., teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

757 Eighteenth 
Short John A., carpenter, res N s East 16th bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth avs 
Shortall Thomas C, salesman with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res 

955 Grove 
Shu Wo (Chinese) laundry, cor Twentieth and Telegraph 

av 
Shuey John Mrs., res East 27th nr Fruit Yale av 
Shuey Sarah J. Miss, principal Union Primary School, res 

NW cor East 14th and Twentieth av 
Shultz Peter, hostler Oakland R. B, Co. 
Shun Lee (Chinese) laundry, 1814 Seventh 
Shurtleff Samuel M., res 824 Chester 
Shurvell John W., carpenter, res 866 Twenty -first 
SHUSTER & NIEHAUS (Gustavus A. Sinister and Edward 

F. Niehaus) proprietors West Berkeley Planing Mill, 

cor Second and Bristol, W. B. 
Shuster Gustavus A. (Shuster & Niehaus) res cor Second 

and Bristol, W. B. 
Sibley Washington L., carpenter, res Humboldt House 
Sicotte Amie, blacksmith with F. Sicotte, res Eighth nr 

Willow 
Sicotte Alick, blacksmith with F. Sicotte, res Eighth nr 

Willow 
Sicotte Arthur G., helper with Klumpp & Allard, res N s 

First bet Brush and Castro 



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405 



SICOTTE FERDINAND, blacksmith and carriage maker, 

E s Wood bet Seventh and Goss, res Eighth nr Willow 
Sicotte Otto, blacksmith, N s Second bet Brush and Castro 
Sidden James A., contractor, res 36§ Second 
Sidden James S., foreman Grove-st Planing Mill, 365 Second 
Sieber William E., teacher California Military Academy 
Sieberst H. G., atty-at-law (S. F.) res NE cor Seventh av 

and East 16th 
Sieburg Minnie, domestic, SW cor Webster and Prospect pi 
Siegel C, machinist, res 414 First 
Siegel Joseph, res S s Laurel nr Telegraph av 
Siegel N., engineer Cal. Watch Co. 

Siemer Diedrich (J. Lohrmann & Co., S. F.) res 866 Chester 
Siesbuttel D., machinist and modelmaker, shop and res 364 

Ninth 
SIGNS OF THE TIMES, James White editor, office 1059 

Castro 
Silberberg S. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, store and res 

618 East 12th 
Silberberg Solomon, res 618 East 12th 
Sill Edward Roland, professor English University, res W s 

Bushnell nr University av, B. 



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SHUSTER & NIEHAUS, Proprietors. 



Manufacturers of 



Mouldings, Brackets, Frames, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Scroll 
Sawing, Turning, etc. 

Hill Work of every doscription Made to Order 



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406 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Silliman C. H. teacher McClure's Military Academy, res 958 

Webster 
Silva Anton, laborer, res S s East 17th bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs 
Silva Anton, lumberman, res S s Twenty -eighth nr Grove 
Silva E., teamster, res Roff's Hotel 
Silva Frank, deckhand stmr Oakland, res W s Campbell bet 

Atlantic and Pacific 
Silva George, cook, res SE coi Adeline and Twenty-eighth 
Silva John, barber, shop and res 627 East 12th 
Silva John, packer with Weston & "Welch, res 826 East 

14th 
Silva Matthew, laborer, res S s East 17th bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 
Silva Thomas, laborer W. D. Co., res Third bet Chester 

and Henry 
Silva William, laborer C. P. B. R. 

Silvan John, res S s East 16th bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth avs 
Silvey Louis, plasterer, res E s Union nr Twenty -fourth 
Silvia Francisco, laborer, res N s Bristol nr Seventh, W. B. 
Simard Joseph, stableman Tubbs' Hotel 
Simmonds Mandervill G., carriage painter, res 467 Twenty- 
first 
Simmons Andrew S., mining, res 914 Brush 
Simmons Conrad, carpenter, res N s William bet Wood and 

Willow 
Simmons Frank, student Oakland Business College, res SE 

cor Second and Harrison 
Simmons George, student Oakland Business College, res SE 

cor Second and Harrison 
Simmons Harvey B. laborer C. P. l Pi., res E s Peralta 

bet Third and Fifth 
Simmons Henry A., agent Victor Sewing Machine Co., res 

1159 Franklin 
Simmons James E., law student (S. F.) res 277 Second 
Simmons M. foreman with Taylor & Co., res Alta House 
Simmons Minnie, widow, res 669 Fifth 
Simmons Orriii, res 277 Second 
Simmons William H., student Taylor's Business College, 

res SE cor Second and Harrison 
Simmons William S., rigger (S. F.) res S s Caledonia av nr 

Telegraph av 
Simms Jacob, bootblack with A. Hallahan, res Adeline nr 

Twenty-eighth 
Simms Jacob, groom, W s San Pablo av nr Temescal creek 



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407 



Simon John, machinist, res W s Magnolia bet Third and 

Fifth 
Simon M. A., butcher, 1500 Broadway, res 1522 Broadway 
Simonds George, gardener, res 907 Third 
Simone Benedito, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Simons Joseph, bottled ale and porter, 707 Sycamore 
Simpson Albert A., shipwright, res S s Atlantic bet Wood 

and Pine 
Simpson Asa, M. (Simpson Bros., S. F.) res SW cor Grove 

and Sixteenth 
Simpson Frank, contractor, res 1326 Telegraph av 
SIMPSON G. W., gun and locksmith, 422 Ninth 
Simpson John H., expressman, res 416 First 
Simpson Joseph Cairn, NW cor Adeline and Thirty-second 
Simpson Joseph E., plasterer, res N s Alice bet Alice and 

Jackson 
Simpson J. W., carpenter, res NE cor Magnolia and Second 
Simpson Sarah, domestic, N s Eleventh nr Center 
Simpson Stewart, salesman with Lippmann & Salinger, res 

476 Ninth 
Simpson Thomas B., res 1625 Telegraph av 
Simpson Thomas J., farmer, res W s College av one-half 

mile south Asylum, B. 
Sims James W., carpenter, res 316 Tenth 
Sims Joseph, res NW cor Seventeenth av and East 12th 
Sims S. T. Mrs., res 316 Tenth 

Sinclair A. G., collector C. P. K. K. steamers, res 861 Myrtle 
Sinclair E., waiter Grand Central Hotel 
Sing Chung Lung (Chinese) laundry, 310 East 12th 
Sing Gun (Chinese) laundry, cor Chase and Willow 
Sing Kee (Chinese) laundry, cor Fifty -fourth and Tele- 
graph av 
Sing Lee (Chinese) laundry, cor Seventh and West 
Sing Lee (Chinese) laundry, 301 Webster 
Sing Wah (Chinese) laundry, SE cor Broadway and Eleventh 
Singer Manufacturing Co., Paulson & Co. agents, 1218 San 

Pablo av 
Sinkwitz Gus., barkeeper Becht's saloon, res 259 Eighth 
Sinram Frank H., farmer, res SE cor Fourteenth and Wood 
Sirey John, carpenter, res Eland House 
Sise Angelo, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Sisterna Philip, proprietor San Francisco and Berkeley Ex- 
press, res cor Fifth and Addison, W. B. 
Sisterna Kosario, res SWcor University av and Sixth, W. B. 
Ska Charles, upholsterer, res W s Center nr Tenth 
Skeill Ella, domestic, 940 Myrtle 



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408 OAKLAND [§] DIRECTORY. 

Skellj James, laborer, res Myrtle bet Second and Third 

Skelton M. A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 831 Franklin 

Skillin Daniel H., upholsterer with Starkweather & Son, res 

_ 468 Sixth 
Skinker John, agent Dupont's Powder and Winchester Arms 

and Eagle Fuse Co. (S. F.) res 56 Seventh 
Skinner LA., foreman pipe shop Contra Costa Water Co., 

res cor Ninth and Washington 
Skinner I. W., fruit and vegetables, 461 Third, res N s B nr 

Hollis 
Skitch William, carriagemaker with Northey & Wagar 
Slack Charles W., student University, res Ivy Cottage 
Slack James T., bookkeeper with A. McGerry, res Bartlett 

House 
Slate F. jr., instructor Chemistrj', University, res SE cor 

Seventeenth and Grove 
Slate F. Mrs., superintendent cloak department with Walter 

E. Slate, res SE cor Seventeenth and Grove 
SLATE WALTER E., dealer in fur goods and manufacturer 

sacques, 1013 Broadway, res 572 Tenth 
Slaten Marion, laborer, res 1168 Thirteenth av 
Slater Emma, domestic, SW cor Eighth and Myrtle 
Slater Henry, grainer, res Golden Star Hotel 
Slater William, bookkeeper with B. L. Solomon & Sons. 

(S.F.) res 2661 Magnolia 
Slater William W., assistant train dispatcher and telegraph 

operator C. P. R. B., res 860 Henry 
Slattery James, second officer Oakland Ferry, res S s East 

16th bet Fifth and Sixth avs 



"W\ IE3. SLATE, 

If ill iiiici CtlffA Stoife 

No. 1013 BROADWAY, 

Bet. Tenth and Eleventh Streets, Oakland. 



|l( fcjnife of fm ni |wb |ij(ja?f n §ni mi mit to win, 

Furs Altered, Cleaned and Repaired. 



PIEDMONT SPRINGS" ■ D - WH -! T - N -^- p - r ?? r, ? t -°- r 



FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS AT ALL HOURS. 



J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [£}] DIRECTORY. 409 

Slattery John, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res S s East 16th bet 

Fifth and Sixth avs 
Slattery Thomas, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res S s East 16th 

bet Fifth and Sixth avs 
Sleigh & Prieta (Samuel Sleigh and Paul Prieta) contractors 

night work, 654 Filbert 
Sleigh Samuel (Sleigh tfc Prieta) res W s Castro bet Second 

and Third 
Slicer Charles B., livery and sale stable, 609-615 Broadway 
Slicer Hugh, contractor, res 319 Third 
Sloan Charles R., turner Oakland Planing Mill, res 565 

Second 

: Sloan Edward A., m older, res N s B nr Louise 
Slocum Sarah Mrs., res 1360 Harrison 
Sloper Harvey, bookkeeper with E. S. Denison, res SW cor 

Eighth and Myrtle 
Sloss Leon, student University 
Small A. H., clerk, res 955 Seventh 
Small George, laborer with Thos. H. Williams, res N s East 

12th nr Lake Merritt 
Small J. H., foreman C. P. R. R., res Campbell bet William 

and Seventh 
Small Sarah F. Miss, res SE cor Chase and Wood 
Smallman James K., clerk with H. Turn Suden & Co., res 

415 East 14th 
Smart George R., stencil cutter (S. F.) res 815 Washington 
Smedberg James R., engineer (S. F.) res E s Filbert bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Smiley George W., stockbroker (S. F.) res Tubbs' Hotel 
Smilie Albert, carpenter, res W s Linden nr Fifteenth 
Smilie James, carpenter, res W s Linden nr Fifteenth 
Smilie John, bricklayer and plasterer, res W s Linden nr 

Fifteenth 
Smilie Robert (Haskell & Smilie) res 813 Castro 
Smilow H., res N s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Smith & Wilson (John W. Smith and John W. Wilson) bar- 
bers, 713 Broadway 
Smith Almond B., res W s Market nr Third 
Smith Andrew D., insurance agent (S. F.) res 910 Myrtle 
Smith Arthur, bookkeeper with E. Surryhne & Co., res Pine 

bet Seward and Lincoln 
Smith B. F., res 1262 Webster 
Smith Bradford W., bookkeeper London and San Francisco 

Bank (S. F.) res 950 Filbert 
Smith C, clerk, res 476 Twelfth 
Smith Charles, cook, 807 Market 



RIIRFRT X, HIINTFR BUYandSELLREALESTATEand mining property-loans 



NEGOTIATED. 224 Montgomery St. S. F., or Park st. Alameda. 



Woodward & Taggart, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers. 

410 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Charles B., student University 

Smith Charles F., butcher, res Fifteenth nr Broadway 

Smith Charles H., butcher with John H. Davis, res 1313 

Brush 
Smith Charles H., gents' furnishing goods, 953 Broadway, 

res 521 Third 
Smith Christian, baker with John Donnelly, res NW cor 

Goss and Pine 
Smith Christian, wholesale butcher, res E s San Pablo av 

nr Alcatraz av 
Smith Christian jr., with Christian Smith, res E s San Pa- 
blo av nr Alcatraz av 
Smith Christopher, laborer, res E s Ellen bet A and B 
Smith C. L., artist (S. F.) res 476 Twelfth 
SMITH CROWSON, president California Artificial Stone 

Paving Co., offices 962 Broadway, and 400 Montgomery, 

S. F., res S. F. 
Smith Daniel, boarding house, 1810 Seventh 
Smith Edward P., student University 
Smith Edwin, carriagemaker, E s Broadway bet Second and 

and Third, res Fourth bet Broadway and Washington 
Smith Edwin jr., engineer C. P. R. JR., res E s Campbell nr 

Seventh 
Smith Edwin P., gardener, SW cor Sixteenth and Grove 
Smith Elizabeth Mrs., res W s Market nr Third 
Smith E. P., actor, res Eureka Hotel 
Smith E. P. Mrs., domestic, 1424 San Pablo av 
Smith Forrest, painter, res 564 Seventh 




IsTO. 4=29 
MONTGOMERY STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

(Bradley & Rulofson's Building. ) 

C. W. M. SMITH, 

Solicitor of Patents and Attorney -at- Law . 



Go to PIEDMONT SPRINGS for a Drive and elegant Dinner l^S 



Drink Napa Soda, a pure, natural Mineral Water. Gordon Agent. 



OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 411 

Smith Francis M., carpenter, res N s Twenty-first bet Brush 

and West 
Smith Frank, watchman stmr Capital 
Smith -Frederick, fresco painter, res 807 Washington 
Smith Frederick A., lumber surveyor, res cor Thirteenth and 

Willow 
Smith George, brakeman C. P. K. K. 
Smith George, groceries, NW cor Fifteenth and Kirkham 
Smith George, student Oakland Business College, res 562 

Sixth 
Smith George E., res W s Eleventh av bet East 11th and 

East 12th 
Smith George E., butcher, Broadway bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth, res Fifteenth nr Broadway 
Smith George H. (Dakes & Smith) 1062 Thirteenth av 
Smith George AV., machinist, res 663 Jefferson 
Smith Georgia Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

Bay place 
Smith G. F., master mariner, res Tubbs' Hotel 
Smith H. A. G., laborer, res E s Thirteenth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Smith Harlow C, solicitor, res E s Eighth av bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
Smith Harry, barber, 1508 Seventh 
Smith Henry, stableman Clifford's Livery Stable, res El 

Dorado House 
Smith Henry L. (Jason Springer & Co.,) res 950 Lin- 
den 
Smith Henry S., res Thirteenth av bet East 16th and East 

17th 
Smith Henry T., carpenter, res 661 Grove 
Smith Hugh S., joiner Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 766 East 

12th 
Smith Isabella Miss, res N s East 15th nr Fourteenth av 
Smith Jacob, stableman with L. M. Beaudry, res Bartlett 

House 
Smith James, farmer, res Gilman nr Quail Creek, W. B. 
Smith James, laborer W. D. Co., res Mechanics' Home 
Smith James, painter, res 845 Franklin 
Smith James H., atty-at-law, 1104 Broadway, res NW cor 

Jackson and Sixth 
Smith James L., bellboy Grand Central Hotel 
Smith James B., carpenter, res W s Market nr Third 
Smith James B., proprietor Overland House, NW cor Broad- 
way and First and branch foot of Broadway 
Smith James S., physician, 1004 Broadway, room 2 



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LOANS NEGOTIATED. ) or Park st., Alameda. 



Woodward & Taggart-Desirabie Business Property for Sale. 



412 



OAKLAND [ {J ] DIRECTORY. 



Smith Jane, widow, res E s Thirteenth av bet East 16th and 

East 17th 
Smith J. C, lumber merchant, res 364 Eighth 
Smith J. J., bootmaker with John Baker, res 455 Fourth 
Smith John, barber, res cor Fifth and Claj 
Smith John, farmer, res N s Delaware J mile E San Pablo 

av, W. B. 
Smith John (Heyer & Smith) res 1059 Franklin 
Smith John, laborer, res N s East 16th bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs 
Smith John, mail carrier, res 612J East 12th 
Smith John, plasterer, res 1658 Telegraph av 
Smith John, teamster, res NE cor Filbert and First 
Smith John B., flour packer with Weston & Welch, res 830 

East 14th 
Smith John F., butcher, 1319 Brush, res 1313 Brush 
Smith John G., plasterer, res Thirteenth nr Franklin 
Smith John O'Neil, carriage manufacturer, 520 Seventh, res 

518 Seventh 
Smith John W. (Smith & Wilson) res E s Broadway nr Fif- 
teenth 
Smith John William, harnessmaker with James Lentell, res 

Capital Hotel 
Smith Joseph, carriage painter with B. A. Armstrong & 

Son, res 614 Broadway 
SMITH JOSEPH, wines and liquors, 614 Broadway 
Smith J. V. B., carpenter, res Alhambra House 
Smith Joseph B., butcher, cor Broadway and Fourteenth, 

res Fifteenth nr Broadway 
Smith Josiah T., master mariner, res N s East 16th bet 

Seventh and Eighth avs 
Smith J. S., physician, res Grand Central Hotel 
Smith Leonard, laborer with Taylor & Co., res S s Third nr 

Jackson 
Smith Margaret, widow, res 1401 Thirteenth 
Smith Margaret, lodgings, 477 Eighth 
Smith Martin B. (E. Surry line & Co.) res SE cor Pine and 

Lincoln 
Smith Mary Mrs., nurse, res SE cor Durant and Broad- 
way 
Smith M. E., mining superintendent, res 368 Fifth 
Smith M. S. Miss, res 454 Twelfth 

Smith O. B., commission merchant (S. F.) res 604 Twelfth 
Smith Oliver, freight agent C. P. K. E., res 937 Myrtle 
Smith Patrick, laborer, res NE cor D wight way and Shat- 

tuck, B. 



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AN EXCELLENT SUMMER AND WINTER RESORT. 

3 miles from Oakland. A. D. WHITNEY. Propr. 



Eureka Refrigerator the best, at Gordon's, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 413 

Smith Patrick, laborer W. D. Co., res W s Henry bet Third 
and Fifth 

Smith Richard R., student University 

Smith Robert, painter with J. O. N. Smith, res 518 Seventh 

Smith Robert P., clerk withG. "W. McKeand, res S s Fourth 
nr Broadway 

Smith Samuel, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res N s Sev- 
enteenth nr San Pablo av 

Smith Samuel, poundmaster Oakland Township, District 
No. 7, res E s Telegraph road nr Four-mile House 

Smith Sanford E., clerk with C. H. Smith, res 521 Third 

Smith Sophia, domestic, 1163 Brush 

Smith Stephen H., agent with Eugene L. Sullivan (S.F.)res 
950 Filbert 

Smith Theodore, master mariner, res 1580 Telegraph av 

Smith Thomas, res 329 Fifth 

Smith Thomas, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Smith Thomas A., county recorder, office Court House, room 
9, res SE cor Broadway and Fourth 

Smith Timothy R., engineer C. P. R. R., res Alameda Point 

Smith Valentine, barber, 1230 Broadway 

Smith W. Bruce, freight agent Oakland wharf, res 937 
Myrtle 

Smith William, farmer, res Gilman nr Quail creek, W. B. 

Smith William, laborer, res Fourth bet Franklin and Web- 
ster 

Smith William, president Brewers' Association (S. F.) res 
E s Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 

Smith William, teamster, res E s Poplar nr Thirtieth 

Smith William B., clerk, res 701 Franklin 

Smith AVilliam B., clerk C. P. R. R., res 937 Myrtle 

Smith William B., stevedore, res 471 Fourth 

Smith William H., clerk Miller, Grinnell & Co. 

SMITH WILLIAM H., mining, res 521 Third 

Smith William J., butcher, res Fifteenth nr Broadway 

Smith William M., clerk with C. H. Smith, res 521 Third 

Smith William T., carpenter, res S s Fifteenth bet Center 
and Cypress 

SMITH W. T., secretary Cal. Artificial Stone Paving Co., 
962 Broadway, and 400 Montgomery S. F., res S. F. 

Smithlen Frank, carpenter, res S s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 

Smyth J. H., atty-at-law (S. F.) res W s San Pablo av nr 
Park av 

Smyth Samuel Mrs., furnished rooms, 410 Tenth 

Smyth Samuel, carpenter W. D. Co., res 410 Tenth 

Smythe James C, laborer, res cor Ninth av and East 10th 



GILBERT & HUNTER ' REAL ESTATE and i NSURANCE agents* 224 Montgomery, s.f. 



X LOANS NEGOTIATED. i or Park st., Alameda. 



WOODWARD & TAGGART, 460 and 462 EIGHTH STREET. 

414 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Srnythe Matthias, res N s East 10th bet Eighth and Ninth 

avs 
Snider Andrew, stockbroker (S. F.) res 1023 Linden 
Snee Thomas, carpenter, res El Dorado House 
Sneely Alexander, res Park House, W. B. 
Snook Charles W., with G. & W. Snook (S. F.) res 1678 

Taylor 
Snook George C, student University 
Snook J. Morris, with G. & W. Snook (S. F.) res 1678 

Taylor 
Snook Louisa J. Miss, student University 
Snook Marian J. Miss, student University 
Snook William S. (G. & W. Snook, S. F.) res 1678 Taylor 
Snow Carrie E. Miss, res 568 Fifteenth 
Snow Leander O., driver Oakland R. R., res W s Telegraph 

av nr Thirty-ninth 
Snow Roland W., clerk with F. S # Page, res S s Fifteenth 

bet Grove and Brush 
Snow William H., cutter (S. F.) res 1091 Third 
Snyder A. J., capitalist, office 917 Broadway, res W s San 

Pablo av bet Alcatraz av and Dwight way 
Snyder Amos, foreman with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Snyder Mary Mrs., res 831 Seventh 
Soderstrand Peter A., cabinetmaker W. D. Co., res N s 

Twenty-fourth nr Chestnut 
SOHST BROS. (J. F. W. and H. J. Sohst) proprietors Pio- 
neer 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 
Solina August, laborer, res 480 Second 
Solina John, clerk, res NE cor Second and Washington 
Solinsky Frank J., student University, res Ze^a Psi Hall 
Somers D. C, grocer (S. F.) res 917 Kirkham 
Somerset House, Mrs. Edward A. Bushell proprietress, 462 

Twelfth 
Sommer Samuel, master mariner, res N s Thirteenth nr 

Willow 
Sommerville Thomas, fireman C. P. R. R. 
Sonson A., stairbuilder, res NE cor Third and Franklin 
Sonson Peter, engineer Oakland Planing Mill, res NE cor 

Third and Franklin 
Soper Charles, jeweler Cal. Watch Co., res Park House, 

W. B. 



A beautiful Summer Home — PIEDMONT SPRINGS 



THREE MILES FROM 
OAKLAND. 



For Biliousness drink Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 415 

Soracco House, NW cor Seventh and Pine 

Soracco Thomas, res Soracco House 

Soran Mary,?domestic, 1211 Clay 

Sorensen G., millhand Grove-st Planing Mill, res 1065 Third 

Sorensen Peter, laborer Pioneer Planing Mill, res cor Third 
and Franklin 

Sorensen S., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Sorg Joseph, gardener, res 460 Fifth 

Sorrell Joseph, whitener, Eighth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington 

Sort Kobert, laborer, res 460 Fifth 

Sonffrain James, cook with N. Williams, res Berkeley 

Sonffrain Lewis, tinner with J. C. Bullock, res 811 Wash- 
ington 

Soule' Frank jr., professor Civil Engineering and Astronomy 
University, res N s University av opp Ellsworth, B. 

Soule John, painter, res East 23d nr Twelfth av 

Soule' John F., student University . 

Soule Joseph T., contractor, res N s Golden Gate av foot 
hills, B. 

Soule' William F., student University, res First Club House 

Soule — , master mariner, res llu^sell House 

Southwick & Flint (A. H. South wick and E. T. Flint) manu- 
facturers windmills, N s Second bet Washington and 
Broadway 

Southwick A.* H. (Southwick & Flint) res NW cor Fifteenth 
and West 

Sovereigns of Industry, A. Vincent secretary, hall cor Thir- 
teenth and Clay 

Spafford James M. (Feusier & Spafford, S. F.) res NW cor 
East 18th and Eleventh av 

Spalding Charles T., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Spalding William A. (Holman & Co.) res Tenth nr Wash- 
ington 

Spaulding John B., carpenter, res 615 Grove 

Spaulding Julia A. Miss, res NW T cor Eighth av and East 
17th 

Spaulding N. W., saw manufacturer (S. F.) res cor Tenth 
and Oak 

Spear John I. (Hickox & Spear, S. F.) res SW cor Twelfth 
and Oak 

Specht William E., carpenter and builder, res E s Harlan nr 
Peralta 

Speer Charles, plasterer, res 563 Eleventh 

Speer Charles, student Oakland Business College, res 563 
Eleventh 



HI RFRT £ HilNTfR AGENTS FOR SAN FRANCISCO AND ALAMEDA PROPERTY. 



Office, 224 Montgomery. St., S. F., or Park St., Alameda. 



Woodward & Taggart—Desirabie Residence Property for Sale. 



416 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Spellacy John, butcher with Grayson, Harrell & Co., res 

Rolfs Hotel 
Spellman Thomas, res N s Twelfth nr Center 
Spence W. G. Mrs., dressmaker, 522 Ninth 
Spence William G., carpenter, res 522 Ninth 
Spencer Benjamin, carpenter, res NW cor Tenth and Cypress 
Spencer George W., expressman, res N s Eighth bet Center 

and Kirkham 
Spencer Herbert, teamster with Weston & Welch 
Spencer H. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 1015 Broadway, res Linden 

and Twenty-eighth 
Spencer James, machinist C. P. R. R., res 11 Pearson's Row 
Spencer John, carpenter, res N s Choate nr Bancroft way. B 
Spencer John, coachman, 60-4 Eighth 
Spencer John, plumber and gasfitter, 463 Seventh, res W s 

San Pablo av bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
Spencer John W., laborer with D. Brannan, res 709 East 12th 
Spencer Julia Miss, res 1291 Alice 
Spencer M. Mrs., milliner, 330 Twelfth 
Spencer Otis, carpenter, res 514 Sixth 
Sperry Austin (Sperry & Co., S. P.) res 578 Sixteenth 
Sperry Prank, carpenter, res E s Franklin nr Durant 
Sperry M. Mrs., nurse, res 420 Fifth 
Spiars Frank (Campbell & Spiars) res NE cor Eleventh and 

Broadway 
Spiegel Katrina, widow, res S s Dalton av nr Butchertown 
Spies Philip, carpenter, res N s Forty-second nr Grove 
SPLIVALO S. & CO. (S. Splivalo) importers and dealers 

groceries, wines and liquors, 329 Twelfth 
Splivalo Stephen (S. Splivalo & Co.) res Grand Central Hotel 
Sprague Arthur H., carpenter W. D. Co., res 803 Willow 
Sprague George W., shipjoiner W T . D. Co., res 167 Third 
Springer Frank, brickmason, res 720 Henry 
Springer Grant H., res 512 Sixth 
Springer Jason (Jason Springer & Co.) res S. F. 
SPRINGER JASON & CO. (Jason and W. K. Springer, H. 

L. Smith and Warren Salsbury) manufacturers doors, 

sashes, blinds and glass, 665-667 Broadway 
Springer Ransom, with Jason Springer & Co., res S s Taylor 

bet Wood and Willow 
Springer W. K. (Jason Springer <fc Co.) res S. F. 
Springston Jefferson, carpenter, res 1064 Twelfth av 
Sprinkle John C, carpenter, res 514 East 12th 
Sproule Andrew, res 373 Second 
Sproule Catharine, fancy and dry goods, Broadway bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth, res 373 Second 



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3 miles from Oakland. A. D. WHITNEY. Propr. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Eastern Cider Company, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 417 

Sproule Charlotte, fancy and dry goods, Broadway bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, res 373 Second 
Sproule S. J., fancy and dry goods, Broadway bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth, res 373 Second 
Spruance John (Spruance, Stanley & Co, S. F.) res 907 Clay 
Spurr M. N. Miss, with Oakland Township Assessor, res NE 

cor Thirteenth and Broadway 
Spurr William H., dial maker Cal. Watch Co., res SW cor 

Bristol and Fifth, W. B. 
Squire Henry C, insurance agent (S. F.) res S s Birch nr 

Telegraph av 
Squire Henry P., res 468 East 11th 
Squire O. D., mining secretary, res 468 East 11th 
Squires John, bricklayer, res W s Chapel nr Bancroft way, B 
St. Anthony's Church (Catholic) Kev William Gleeson pas- 
tor, NW cor E 15th and Sixteenth av 
St. Clair Samuel, res 661 Magnolia 
ST. GEORGE'S BREWERY, D. M. Harington proprietor, 

S s Powell nr San Pablo av 
St. James House, J. M. Steward proprietor, NW cor Wash- 
ington and Seventh 
St. John C. M., bookkeeper, res 714 Tenth 
St. John C. W., law student with Robert J. Christie 
St. John Edward, stonemason Oakland Paving Co., res 818 

Lydia 
St. John Ella, domestic, W s Washington bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth 
St. John Georgiana, widow, res 714 Tenth 
St. John John, res N s Twenty-second nr Myrtle 




STREETS. 



Conducted by the Christian Brothers. 



This institution is designed for the instruction of youth, in a christian and thoroughly 

practical manu-r. The studies embrace English, Arithmetic, Writing, 

Bookkeeping, History, Geography, Philosophy, etc. 



TEEMS: 

•Junior Class 96.00 per Quarter 

Preparatory Class 8.00 do do 

Intermediate Class 10. OO do do 

Senior Class 13.00 do do 

BRO. HOSEA, Director. 



PSIQCDT 9 MllrUTPD BUY and SELL REAL ESTATE and MINING PROPERTY-LOANS 
UILDLUI U IIUII I Lll NEGOTIATED. 224 Montgomery st. S. F., or Park st. Alameda. 

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Woodward & Taggart -HOMES ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. 



418 OAKLAND [ g ] DIEECTORY. 

St. John's Church (Episcopal) Rev. Benjamin Akerly rector, 
W s Grove bet Seventh and Eighth 

ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, Brother Hosea director, cor 
Fifth and Madison 

St. Louis House, John Maher proprietor, 415 Seventh 

St. Mary's Academy, 618 Eighth 

St. Paul's Church (Episcopal) S s Twelfth bet Franklin and 
Webster 

Staacke Adolph, carpenter W. D. Co., res 1716 Eighth 

Stack John, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 808 Third 

Stack William, street contractor, res 276 Fifth 

Stackhouse Wm., whitener and house cleaner, res 760 Fifth 

Stackpole Thomas, painter with M. TV. Allen, res 410 Tenth 

Staehle Charles, proprietor Oakland Bakery, 709 Broadway 

Stagnau N., laborer, res 562 Third 

Stahr Christopher, conductor C. P. R. B., res N s Twelfth 
bet Willow and Campbell 

Staley Emma E. Miss, res 522 Eighth 

Staley J. A., carpenter, res 522 Eighth 

Staley Jennie Miss, res 522 Eighth 

Standard Soap Co., factory TV s Third bet Addison and 
Allston, TV. B. y office 204 Sacramento, S. F. 

Standeford D. TV. (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 Sarah A. Mrs., proprietress Tontine House, SE 
cor Clay and Eighth 

Stanford Hall, NE cor Seventh and Wood 

STANFORD LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, Henry H. 
Porch, proprietor, N s Seventh nr Wood 

Stanford William E., laborer, res 675 Tenth 

Staniels William, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Stamford George B., journalist, res 664 Tenth 

Stamford Joseph, res 1211 West 

Stanley Alfred W., steward, res 800 Castro 

Stanley George A., student University 

Stanley H. A., insurance agent, res 1007 Seventh 

Stanly John A., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1221 Jackson 

Stanton Timothy, laborer, res S s Twent} T -eighth nr West 

Stanton William B., carpenter, res S s Fifteenth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 

Staples Frank H., mining, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
second 



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great attractions to the public as a POPULAR RESORT. 



Napa Soda is recommended by physicians for healthful drinking. 



OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 419 

Staples George B., clerk with Contra Costa Water Co. 

Star House, Mrs. H. J. Lay ton proprietress, S s Seventh 
bet Pine and Cedar 

STARKWEATHER & SON (Haynes K. and William P. 
Starkweather) carpets, oil cloths, etc., 1153 Broadway 

Starkweather Adeline H., widow, dressmaker, res 818 Fif- 
teenth 

Starkweather Arthur C, clerk with Starkweather & Son, res 
223 Eighteenth 

Starkweather Frank H., student, res 223 Eighteenth 

Starkweather H. K. (Starkweather & Son) res 223 Eight- 
eenth 

Starkweather W. P. (Starkweather & Son) res 223 Eighteenth 

Starr A. D., res Grand Central Hotel 

Starr M. B. Rev., res E s Ellsworth bet Bancroft way and 
and University av, B. 

Starrett Milton, cabinetmaker W. D. Co., res SW cor Cedar 
and William 

State Deaf and Dumb and Blind Asylum, W s College av f 
mile S of University 

STATE INVESTMENT AND INSURANCE CO., E. T. 
Carrique agent, 462 Eighth 

Stearns Charles A., driver Oakland R. R., res Forty-seventh 
nr Shattuck, Temescal 

Stearns H. P. Miss, teacher Cosmopolitan School, res 475 
Ninth 

Stearns Lyman, fruit stand, Market-st station, res 773 
Seventh 

Stearns Mary R. Miss, teacher, res 475 Ninth 

Stearns Robert E. C, secretary and superintendent grounds 
University, res Telegraph av nr D wight way, B. 

Stearns William R., clerk with Geo. J. Becht, cor Twenty- 
first and West 

Steel James H., submarine diver, res 866 Twenty -first 

Steelarm Frederick, res S s Linden nr Broadway, Temescal 

Steele Edward L. G., res 824 Jackson 

Steele Henry Mrs., res SWcor Caledonia and Telegraph avs 

Steele H., res Baxter House 

Steen Henry, gardener, res W s San Pablo av nr University 
av, W. B. 

Steen John T. F., clerk with A. H. Hansen, res 1751 
Seventh 

Steen Joseph F., deputy City Assessor, res 692 Brown 

STEERE & COLBY (Thomas F. Steere and Hiram H. 
Colby) groceries, uardware, crockery, etc., SE cor 
Thirteenth av and East 12th 



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STEERE AND COLBY'S SAN FRANCISCO, EAST 
OAKLAND, FRUIT VALE AND MILLS' SEMI- 
NARY EXPRESS, SE cor Thirteenth av and East 12th 
Steere Henry, bookkeeper with Steere *fc Colby, and tele- 
graph operator W. U. Tel. Co., res E s Twelfth av bet 
East 14th and East 15th 
Steere Thomas F. (Steere <fc Colby) and Postmaster Brook- 
lyn, res E s Twelfth av bet East 14th and East 15th 
Steers Joseph E., res 911 Washington 

Steffanoni Achille (Mueller & Steffanoni) res 565 Twenty- 
second 
Steffen Michael, tailor with S. Francis, res 1372 Franklin 
Steffens Diedrich, grocer (S. F.) res 1664 Seward 
Steffy J., carpenter, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Stehle Adolph, brewer, res S s Fourth bet Alice and Jackson 
Steiger John, laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Steinburn James Mrs, res 503 Eleventh 
Steinegger Robert A., gilder with Lutz & Berg, res Alameda 
Steinhardt Nathaniel, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Atlantic 

bet Wood and Pine 
Steinmeyer Hugo, carpenter, res N s Peralta nr Hollis 
Stellar Joseph, pedlar, res NW cor Franklin and First 
Stelling Otto, tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, res 1718 San 

Pablo av 
Stephens Charlotte Miss, res 1263 Eighth 
Stephens Samuel, ship joiner W. D. Co., res 1263 Eighth 
Si Stephens Samuel J., glass stainer, res 1263 Eighth 
C Stephens William R., plumber with O. C. Kirk, 1263 Eighth 
g j STEPHENSON GEORGE W., livery and sale stable, N s 
Ninth bet Market and West 
Stephenson Richard H. (Arras & Stephenson) res Grand 

Western Hotel 
Stephenson Stanley (McCarthy & Stephenson) res 411 Ninth 
Sterling George, machinist (S. F.) res E s Pine nr Division 
dg | Sterling John, machinist (S. F.) res E s Pine nr Division 
^ j Stern Louis, student University 
pq ! Stern Sigmund, student University 
&C j Sternitzky Charles, carpenter, res 1932 Myrtle 
g j STERNITZKY ROBERT, cabinetmaker and carpenter, 476 
Eighth, res W s Center bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth 
Stetson Charles, res East 27th nr Fruit Vale av 
— Stetson Charles M., student University 

PS j Stevens A. Henry, clerk with I. Friedlander (S. F.) res 1300 
P ! Seventh 

g ' Stevens Calvin J.-, res 267 Eighth 

4j Stevens Charles, laborer W. D. Co., res W s Bay nr Eighth 
oq: 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [£}] DIRECTORY. 421 

Stevens Eliza A. Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, 
res SW cor William and Wood 

Stevens F. A., fireman C. P. R, R. 

Stevens George, printer, res N s East 10th bet Seventh and 
Eighth avs 

Stevens Levi (Stevens, Baker & Co., S. F.) res Fruit Vale av 

Stevens Mary A. Mrs., res 1766 Division 

Stevenson F. R. & Co. (F. R. Stevenson and B. S. Tower) 
crockery and glassware, 1062 Broadway 

Stevenson Frederick R. (F. R. Stevenson <fc Co.) res SE cor 
Jefferson and Eleventh 

Stevensoir\F. W., boots and shoes, 1020 Broadway, res W s 
Broadway bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Stevenson George W. (Martin & Stevenson) res N s Eleventh 
bet Castro and Brush 

Stevenson Henry H., carpenter, res 369 Fifth 

Steward D. W., laborer, res 1209 Seventh 

Steward Joseph M., proprietor St. James House, NW cor 
Washington and Seventh 

Steward Samuel, res St. James House 

Steward W., fireman C. P. R. R. 

Stewardson William, engineer C. P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 

Stewart Charles E., bellboy Tubbs' Hotel 

Stewart Daniel, shipwright W. D. Co., res N s Atlantic bet 
Bay and Cedar 

Stewart E. J. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 867 Washington 

Stewart Herbert, expressman, res S s Evoy av bet Telegraph 
av and Grove 

Stewart I. Mrs., res 910 Franklin 

Stewart James, res 612^ East 12th 

Stewart James, butcher, res S s Laurel bet Broadway and 
Telegraph av 

Stewart James, carpenter, res NE cor East 11th and Thir- 
teenth av 

Stewart Jennie Miss, res 763 Eleventh 

Stewart John, carpenter, res 370 Fourth 

Stewart Mary, domestic, 1123 Myrtle 

Stewart Mary L. Mrs., res 763 Eleventh 

Stewart Michael Y., res 309 East 12th 

Stewart Robert B., res S s Twelfth bet Wood and Willow 

Stewart S. A. Mrs., res 309 East Eleventh 

Stewart Thomas M., proprietor Stewart's Hotel, SE cor Fif- 
teenth and Broadway 

STEWART WILLIAM, groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Ninth and Cypress 



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WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 



422 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Stewart William H., hairdresser, 853 Seventh, res 865 Wash- 
ington 

Stewart William H. jr., barber with W. H. Stewart, res 865 
Washington 

Stewart's Hotel, Thomas M. Stewart proprietor, SE cor Fif- 
teenth and Broadway 

Stickney Benjamin W., carpenter, res NW cor Sixteenth 
and Center 

Still John W., res cor Twelfth av and East Twenty-third 

Stiller Paul B., stereotyper (S. F.) res Kirkham nr Eighth 

Stilley Henry G., carpenter, res S s Lincoln bet Willow and 
Campbell 

Stillman Howard, student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 

Stillman John M., assistant instructor agricultural chemistry, 
University, res Winsor House 

Stilwell Albert Ward (Stilwell Bros. & Co.) res Winsor 
House 

Stilwell Bros. & Co. (Christopher H., Bishop F. and Albert 
W. Stilwell) theatrical managers, bill posters and col- 
lectors, 472 Ninth 

Stilwell Bishop F. (Stilwell Bros. & Co.) resNE cor Twelfth 
and Broadway 

Stilwell Christopher H. (Stilwell Bros. & Co.) res Winsor 
House 

Stimson Joseph E., plasterer, res 655 Jackson 

Stockbridge J. E. Mrs., seamstress, res 719 Sixth 

Stockell Julia, domestic with George C. Potter 

Stocks John G., commercial traveler with Harris Bros. (S.F.) 
res 620 Sixteenth 

Stoddard A. M., res 1064 Wood 

Stoel Nathan, res junction Market and San Pablo av 

Stokes Bridget, res 478 Laurel 

Stokes James, gardener, res E s Brush bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth 

Stokes Patrick, teamster, res 218 East 15th 

STOKES WILLIAM, architect, 1104 Broadway, res S s 
Sixteenth bet Brush and Castro 

Stone Alfred, clerk with Lawrie <fc Whitne}-, res East 14th nr 
Sixteenth av 

Stone C. H., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Stone E. Pfeiffer Mrs., physician, 29 Central Block, res 612 
Twelfth 

Stone George, res 612 Twelfth 

Stone Jefferson, painter, res S s Evoy av nr Telegraph av 

Stone John F., clerk with E. Murphy, res 562 Fourth 

Stone John L., cai^enter, res 562 Fourth 



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



OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 423 

Stone M. J. Miss, res 709 Tenth 

Stonebarger Adam, res S s Charter nr Telegraph av 

Storey William B., student University 

Storey W. B., res 10.19 Filbert 

Storm William, butcher and boarding, N s Dalton av nr 
stockyards 

Storrs C. F. Mrs., res cor East 25th and Eighth av 

Story George, longshoreman, res S s Sixteenth nr Kirkham 

Story Jessie H., clerk W. O. Postoffice and operator W. U. 
Telegraph Co., res cor Wood and Lincoln 

Story Lafayette, res 1201 Alice 

Story Thomas, hostler with Henry H. Porch, res cor Wood 
and Lincoln 

Story William K., wheelwright, res 1024 Wood 

Stout J. G., teamster with Babcock & Gould, res 307 Third 

Stout M.J. Mrs., res cor Eighteenth and San Pablo av 

Stover David E., res W s Thirteenth av bet East 17th and 
East 18th 

Stowe Charles A., gardener, Second av nr College av, Tem- 
escal 

Strand Alexander, cabinetmaker Oakland Planing Mill, res 
cor Telegraph av and Twenty-fourth 

Strain William, night clerk Grand Central Hotel 

Strathern William, merchant tailor, 1228 Broadway 

Stratton Frederick S., student University 

Stratton James, principal Prescott Grammar School, res N 
s Twelfth nr West 

Stratton James T., civil engineer, res 461 East 12th 

Straucher Charles, machinist, res 815 Center 

STRAUTER & HOWARD (Philip Strauter and George 
W. Howard) proprietors New York Livery Stable, SW 
cor Eighth and Webster 

Strauter Philip (Strauter & Howard) res SW cor Eighth 
and Webster 

Strawbridge Viola Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, 
res 1364 Broadway 

Street William H., barber with A. Hallahan, res Washing- 
ton Hotel 

Streit William, saloon, NE cor Eleventh and Franklin 

STRICKLAND & CO. (William Strickland) books, station- 
ery, blank book manufacturers, musical instruments and 
fancy goods, 1061 Broadway 

Strickland Sidney, with Strickland & Co., res NW cor Tele- 
graph av and William 

Strickland William (Strickland & Co.) res NW cor Telegraph 
av and William 



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Woodward & Taggart— Desirable Residence Property for Sale. 

424 OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 

Stricklin John, driver Oakland R. R - 

Striker J. W., engineer W. D. Co., res N s Chase bet Wood 

and Willow 
Striker E. Mrs., res N s Chase nr W T ood 
Strong Alfred, clerk with Tharsing & Lake, res Wood bet 

Taylor and Seward 
Strong Charles L., raining, res 566 Eleventh 
Strong Eli, carpenter, res E s Wood bet Taylor and Seward 
Strong George H. (Dewey & Co., S. F.) res S s Eighth nr 

Peralta 
Strong Joseph D., photographer, SE cor Broadway and 

Fourteenth 
Struppler Daniel (Moody <fc Struppler) res 1511 Seventh 
STUART DANIEL, manufacturer and dealer boots and 

shoes, 1071 Broadway, res 1221 Franklin 
Stuart W. A., res 408 Thirteenth 
Stubbs Emily A., dressmaker, 1800 Grove 
Stubbs George A., liniment manufacturer, res 1800 Grove 
Stubbs Jesse, engineer stmr Capital, res S. F. 
Studerus John, blacksmith, res 823 East 12th 
Stull I. A., student University 
Stulz & Schnelle (Carl Stulz and Herman Schnelle) hairdress- 

ing and baths, 1762 Seventh 
Stulz Carl (Stulz & Schnelle) res N s Seventh bet Wood and 

Willow 
Stump Joseph (Bell & Stump) res 854 Harrison 
Sturges Frank F., salesman with Murphy, Grant & Co. (S. 

F.) res 758 Castro 
Sturges Wallace, newspaper carrier, res 509 Eighth 
STURM HENRY, driver Engine No. 1, S s Fifteenth nr 

Clay 
Sturm Joseph, plumber, res N s Fourteenth nr Clay 
Sturrock James II . (Bradley & Sturrock) res S s Lydia bet 

Brush and West 
Stutt George, laborer, res S s Bancroft way on hill, B. 
Stutt John, farmer with Horatio P. Livermore 
Stutt William, teamster, res S s Weston nr Telegraph av 
Styles Frank, chief engineer Oakland Ferry 
Styles Mamie Miss, res 916 Eighth 
Sublette William, res E s Tenth av bet East 16th and East 

17th 
Sueell Walter, housemover, SW cor Seventh and Webster, 

res 823 Twenty-second 
Sugden Elizabeth Mrs., res Vi s Sixteenth av nr East 16th 
Suhl Christian F., blacksmith (S. F.) res NW cor Twelfth 

and Peralta 






A. D. WHITNEY. Proprietor. 

FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS AT ALL HOURS. 



Drink Napa Soda and enjoy life and heaith. Agency, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [ g] DIRECTORY. 425 

Suits Robert L., machinist, S s Seventh bet Henry and 
Chester 

Sullivan A., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Sullivan Annie, domestic, 1103 Filbert 

Sullivan Bridget, widow, res S s Logan nr Grove 

Sullivan Coleman, laborer W. D. Co., res Charter Oak Hotel 

Sullivan Cornelius, bootmaker with Daniel Stuart 

Sullivan Cornelius, watchman C. P. R. R., res cor Sixteenth 
and Kirkham 

Sullivan Dennis, res W s Ettie nr B 

Sullivan D. J., school teacher, res N s East 12th bet Ninth 
and Tenth avs 

Sullivan Edward, baker, res N s Atlantic bet Cedar and Bay 

Sullivan George, bookkeeper, res 56 Seventh 

Sullivan Hannah, domestic, STV cor Ninth and Kirkham 

Sullivan Humphrey, laborer, res E s Adeline bet First and 
Third 

Sullivan J., brakeman C. P. R. R. 

Sullivan James, laborer TV. D. Co., res 651 Magnolia 

Sullivan James, marblecutter, cor Broadway and Fourteenth, 
res 1624 San Pablo av 

Sullivan James S., carpenter, res Park House, W. B. 

Sullivan J. C, res 770 Thirteenth 

Sullivan Jeremiah, plasterer, res NE cor Shattuck and Uni- 
versity av, TV. B. 

Sullivan Jerry, machinist C. P. R. R.,res cor Sixteenth and 
Cypress 

Sullivan Jerry C, res Sixth av bet East 16th and East 17th 

Sullivan Johanna Mrs., boarding, NE cor Tenth and 
Franklin 

Sullivan John, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res N s Laurel 
bet San Pablo av and Grove 

Sullivan John O., carpenter, res Overland House 

Sullivan Julia, waitress The Centennial 

Sullivan Mary, res 368 Ninth 

Sullivan Mary Miss, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Sullivan Michael, blacksmith and horseshoer, 1086 Four- 
teenth av, res N s East 14th bet Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth avs 

Sullivan Michael, laborer TV. D. Co., res TV s Kirkham nr 
Twelfth 

Sullivan Paul, res 363 Fourth 

Sullivan Thomas, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tel- 
egraph road and Clifton, Temescal 

Sullivan Timothy, laborer Oakland Planing Mill, res Over- 
land House 



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426 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan William C, contractor, res 821 Filbert 

Sullivan William F., stone cutter (S. F.) res S s Locust nr 
San Pablo av 

Sullivan — , with James Hutchison, res 71 Valley 

Summerfield M. H. Mrs., res Old Telegraph road £ mile N 
Four-mile House 

Summers Samuel, 2d officer stmr Capital, res N s Thirteenth 
nr Willow 

Summers William H., policeman, res S s Twentieth bet 
Castro and Brush 

Sumner Charles B., advertising agent (S.F.)res 1112 Market 

Sumner Henrietta Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 
1112 Market 

Sumner John H., principal Franklin Grammar School, res 
E s Eleventh av bet East 16 and East 17th 

Sumner Susan Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 473 Fourth 

Sun Lee, laundry, 467 Ninth 

Sun Shing (Chinese) laundry, 367 Tenth 

Sund Herman, carpenter, res W s Campbell bet Third and 
Pacific 

SUNNYSIDE HOUSE, A. Baldwin proprietor, SW cor 
Thirteenth and Harrison 

Sunol Joseph D., foreman with W. F. Hughes, res 1025 
Chester 

Superintendent Public Schools (City) F. M. Campbell, of- 
fice City Hall, room 2 

Superintendent Public Schools (County) W. F. B. Lynch, 
office County Court House, room 5 

Surry James G. (Wetmore & Surry) res 1928 Filbert 

SURRYHNE E. & CO. (Edward Surry hne and Martin B. 
Smith) wood, coal, feed and lumber, foot Division 

Surryhne Edward (E. Surryhne & Co.) res SE cor Short and 
Cedar 

Surryhne Isaac, brewer Oakland Brewery 

Surryhne William (Gladding, Surryhne & Co.) res E s Ade- 
line bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Surveyor County, Luis Castro, room 4 Court House 

Sutherland A. E., carpenter, res N s East 16th bet Seventh 
and Eighth avs 

Sutherland Bessie Mrs., housekeeper, N s Tenth bet Mag- 
nolia and Adeline 

Sutherland F. C. Miss, teacher Swett School, res cor Tenth 
av and East 15th 

Sutherland George H., plumber with O. C. Kirk, res N s 
East 15th bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth avs 

Sutherland John M., butcher, res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine 



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J. S. G. Gordon is the Pioneer Ice man, 469 Ninth St., Oakland. 



OAKLAND [S] DIRECTORY. 427 



Sutherland William, cooper, res E s Adeline nr Twenty- 
fourth 
Sutliffe Edgar C . , student University 
Sutton David, res W s Telegraph av bet Caledonia av and 

Sycamore 
Sutton Frank S., assistant instructor agricultural chemistry, 

University 
Sutton William F., res 661 Franklin 

Svenson Carrie, domestic, W s Bushnell nr University av,B 
Svenson John, carpenter W. D. Co., res W s Bay nr Short 
Svenson John, carpenter, res E s Pine nr Division 
Svenson Peter, carpenter, res E s Willow bet Seward and 

Lincoln 
Svenson Victor, carpenter, res E s Pine nr Division 
Swain Henry Mrs., res 667 Sixth 
Swain Oliver C, res S s Twentieth nr Brush 
Swain Sarah Mrs., ladies' nurse, res NE cor Twenty -first av 

and East 20th 
Swale Harry L., engraver, 958 Broadway, res S s Charter 

nr Telegraph av 
Swan George W. (George W. Swan & Co., S. F.) res 760 

Eleventh 

E. SCJRBYHNE. M. B. SMITH. 

E. SURRYHNE * CO. 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

liWM B B B. 

of every description, 

LIME, HAIR, WOOD and COAL, 

HAY, OATS, WHEAT, GROUND BARLEY, 

MIDDLINGS, SCREENINGS, 

CORN, BRAN, STRAW, etc. 



Foot of Division Street, 



GOODS DELIVERED to any part of the City FREE OP CHARGE. 

A good assortment of Hard mid Soft Coal, Coke and Charcoal, 
always on hand. 



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Woodward & Tagg,art--Desirable Business Property for Sale. 



428 OAKLAND [g] DIRECTORY. 

Swan Philip, carpenter, res Thirteenth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Swanson Joseph, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res S s 

Laurel bet Telegraph av and Broadway 
Swanson William, candymaker, res S s Laurel bet Telegraph 

av and Broadway 
Swarbrick Robert, wood turner Pioneer Planing Mill res SE 

cor Third and Castro 
Swart S., carpenter W. D. Co., res Charter Oak Hotel 
Swas Antonio, boot and shoemaker, 805 East 12th, res 809 

East 12th 
Sweatt Leroy A., turner, res N s Third bet Brush and Castro 
Sweeney Ellen, domestic 710 Ninth 
Sweeny Alicia Miss, dressmaker, 1510 Seventh 
Sweeny Catherine Miss, 1510 Seventh 
Sweet A. J., tanner with J. S. Derby, res cor Nineteenth av 

and East 14th 
Sweet D. C, turner Oakland Planing Mill res S s Third nr 

Alice 
Sweet Jackson A., tanner with J. S. Derby, res cor Nine- 
teenth av and East 14th 
Sweetapple H., res Grand Central Hotel 
Sweetser Arthur, paper carrier, res 557 Sixth 
Sweetser Charles H., res 475 Ninth 
Swenartin John A., res 264 Eleventh 
Sweney Charles B., engineer, res 353 East 12th 
Swenson, Burcher & Denton (Andrew Swenson, Robert Bur- 

cher and S. R. Denton) teamsters, W s Second bet 

Delaware and Bristol, W. B. 
Swenson Andrew (Swenson, Burcher & Denton) res W s 

Fifth nr Delaware, W. B. 
Swett A. W., proprietor Swett's Livery Stable, res W s 

Thirteenth av bet East 20th and East 21st 
Sw r ett School, Mary S. Kimball, principal, cor East 20th 

and Twelfth av 
Swett's Livery Stable, A. W. Swett proprietor, NW cor 

Fourteenth av and East 11th 
Swift — , carpenter, res SW cor Seventh and Pine 
Swinnerton James, watchman Custom House (S. F.) res N 

s Fifteenth nr Cypress 
Swinborne James, carpenter, res NE cor Third and Frank- 
lin 
Switzer E. Mrs., dressmaker, res Tremont House 
Swords Patrick, butcher, cor Forty-ninth and Telegraph av 
Swyney Caroline J., student University 
Swyney John, plumber with John Spencer, res Alameda 



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OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 429 

Symes David, bookkeeper with Hares, Carrick <fc Co., res 

NE cor Twelfth av and East loth 
Sypolt L., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 



T 

Taaffe Anna, widow, res Kelsey House 

Taaffe Lawrence, laborer, res cor Tenth and Franklin 

TABER I. W., photographer (S. F.) res 1360 Harrison 

Taber Jacob S. (Taber, Harker&Co., S.F.) res 950 Linden 

Taber William E., publisher, res 369 Fourth 

Taft Fannie Miss, res 907 Clay 

Taft Henry C. (H. C, Taft & Co.) res 907 Clay 

TAFT H.*C. & CO. (Henry C. Taft and A. W. Lane) dry 

goods, 1165 Broadway 
Taft Mason Mrs., widow, res 907 Clay 
Taft Sophia Miss, res 907 Clay 

TAGGART GRANT I. (Woodward & Taggart) res old Tele- 
graph road h mile N of Four-mile house 
Tahaney James, laborer C. P. R. R., res Oakland Wharf 

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430 OAKLAND [T] DIRECTORY. 

Tait Lawrence, hod carrier, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 

Talbot Mary Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. P. Cook 

Talcot C. Mrs., res 983 Center 

Talcott R. Mrs., widow, res N s Goss nr Cedar 

Talken Josiah D., carpenter and builder, res 660 Fourteenth 

Tallenka — , res Central Pacific Railroad House 

Tallman George S. (Chappie, Tallman & Co.) res SE cor 

Choate and Bancroft way, B. 
Tallman Thomas Y. (Chappie, Tallman & Co.) res SE cor 

Choate and Bancroft way, B. 
Talty Peter, watchman C. P. R. R., res N s Taylor nr Wood 
Talty Samuel, bartender with John Fennessy, res Taylor 

bet Wood and Pine 
Talty Thomas P., machinist C. P. R. R., res N s Taylor bet 

Wood and Pine 
Tappin Charles, engineer C. P. R. R., res SW cor Cedar 

and William 
Tarbox Charles, blacksmith with Durham & Buffett, res 527 

Seventh 
Tarbox C. W. Mrs., teacher Prescott Primary School, res S s 

Hobart nr Telegraph av 
Tarbox Olander, res 527 Seventh 

Tardos Louis, salesman with P. Bocqueraz, res 555 Seventh 
Tarleton Mary J. Mrs., res 316 Tenth 
Tarquinio Brizzolara, clerk with Raffo Bros., res SW cor 

Broadway and Third 
Tasney Frank, extraman Engine Co. No. 3 
Tasney John F., laborer, res 737 Filbert 
Tate Alonzo, tinsmith with J. C. Bullock, res SW cor Fif- 
teenth and Kirkham 
Tate George N., truckman, res 830 Seventeenth 
Tate Hugh, student Oakland Business College 
TATTERSON J. W., model maker and machinist, shop and 

res 1063 Broadway 
TATTERSON MARY A. MRS., millinery, store and res 

1063 Broadway 
Tax Collector City, Perry Johnson, City Hall 
Tax Collector County, Charles E. Palmer, Court House, 

room 2 
Tay John I., agent Howe sewing machines and Butterick's 

patterns, 965 Broadway, res 729 Eleventh 
Tayler J. H., machinist with E. E. Walker, res Nicholl House 
Tayler John W., bookkeeper, res 1772 Seventh 
Tayles Clarence, tinsmith, res 827 Cedar 
Taylor & Co. (Chauncey Taylor and William C. Little) lum- 
ber dealers, foot of Washington 



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OAKLAND [T] DIRECTORY. 



431 



Taylor & Underwood (B. I. Taylor and I. A. Underwood) 

contractors, 1160 Broadway 
Taylor B. I. (Taylor & Underwood) 1160 Broadway 
Taylor CD., bookkeeper Oakland City Flouring Mill, res 

661 Third 
Taylor C. F., tinsmith C. P. B. B., res NW cor Cedar and 

William 
Taylor Charles A., tinner with A. Grinnell, res Eland House 
TAYLOR CHARLES L., carpets, oil cloths, paperhang- 

ings and upholstery goods, 1060 Broadway, res 710 

Fourteenth 
Taylor Chauncey (Taylor & Co.) res 704 Eighth 
Taylor Clinton I)., teacher penmanship, res 912 Walton 
Taylor C. K., night yardmaster C. P. B. E., res E s Willow 

nr William 
TAYLOR D. C, proprietor Oakland Business College, N s 

Fourteenth bet Washington and Clay, res Thirty-fifth, 

E of San Pablo av 
Taylor Edward P., salesman with Charles L. Taylor, res 

Central Pacific Hotel 
Taylor Edward T., with Livingston & Co. (S. F.) res N s 

Seward nr Willow 
Taylor Edwin M., student University 
Taylor Eugene (Gillard & Taylor) res cor Fruit Vale av and 

Hopkins 
Taylor Eugene, tailor, res Twelfth opposite Lake Merritt 
TAYLOR F. L., architect, res 1320 Telegraph av 
Taylor F. L., engineer C. P. B. B., res 827 Cedar • 
Taylor F. N., res Stewart's Hotel 
Taylor George, blacksmith with Murray & O'Hare, res 1163 

Franklin 
Taylor George, policeman, res AV s Market nr Twenty-fourth 
Taylor George W., sign painter with C. B. Butherford, res 

Stewart's Hotel 
Taylor Henry, driver Engine Co. No. 1, res 839 Franklin 
Taylor J., pipemaker, res Fifth bet Alice and Jackson 
Taylor J. Howard, machinist, res Nicholl House 
Taylor James, turner Brooklyn Planing Mill 
Taylor James M., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1368 Webster 
Taylor James M., miller, res 475 East 11th 
Taylor Jennie Miss, res 475 East 11th 
Taylor John, contractor, res 475 East 11th 
Taylor John, farmer, res 1163 Franklin 
Taylor John (James I. Bliven & Co.) res Chester nr San 

Pablo av 
Taylor John, laborer, 665 Webster 



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AGENTS FOR SAN FRANCISCO AND ALAMEDA PROPERTY. 

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Woodward & Taggart-Desirable Residence Property for Sale. 



432 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Taylor John jr., student, res 1163 Franklin 

Taylor Levi W., manufacturer medicines, res 813 Brush 

Taylor L. W., carpenter, res 768 Fifth 

Taylor Margaret, res 839 Franklin 

Taylor Monroe W., restaurant steamer El Capitan, res NE 
cor Twenty-second av and East 14th 

Taylor N. F., laborer W. D. Co. 

Taylor R. G., painter and grainer with How & Doolittle, 
res cor Thirty-sixth and Peralta 

Taylor Robert E., painter, res cor Peralta and Thirty- 
sixth 

Taylor Samuel, clerk with J. S. Crosley, res 822 Twenty- 
second 

Taylor Thomas, special policeman, res 839 Franklin 

Taylor Timothy, carpenter, res 1009 Wood 

Taylor William, res 839 Franklin 

Taylor William, carpenter, res E s Linden bet Twelfth and 
Fourteenth 

Taylor William, clerk Oakland Lumber Yard, res W s Maple 
nr Temescal 

Taylor William, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Taylor William, merchant (S. F.) res 1804 Telegraph av 

Taylor William L., salesman with George W. Babcock, res 
cor East 11th and Tenth av 

Taylor W. S., station agent C. P. R. R., res W T s Jefferson 
bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Teague John F., farmer, one-fourth mile west of Cal. Watch 
Co's factory, W. B. 

Teague William, farmer, res W s Cal. Watch Co's manufac- 
tory, W. B. 

Teas M. E. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 508 Seventh 

Teel A. Mrs., res cor Shattuck and Mariposa av, Temescal 

Teel Hugh A., student University, res cor Shattuck and 
Mariposa av, Temescal 

Teel Mary L. Miss, student University 

Teeple George M., conductor C. P. R. R., res 720 Chester 

Teeple Henry T., laborer W. D. Co., res NE cor Atlantic 
and Wood 

Teeter Elias, carpenter, res 834 Franklin 

Tehan Daniel, iron molder, res SW cor Twenty-second and 
Linden 

Tehany Patrick, deckhand Oakland Ferries. 

Teitzen Frederick, bookkeeper with J. Gaudin, res 1642 
Telegraph av 

Telfer James, carpenter Grove Street Planing Mill, res 267 
Ninth 



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3 miles from Oakland. A. D. WHITNEY. Propr. 



J. S. G. GORDON, wholesale and retail dealer in ICE, 469 Ninth st. 



OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 433 

Temescal School, Eli Caritliers principal, E s Sliattuck nr 

Temescal Creek, primary department N s Temescal nr 

Telegraph av 
Temple Emma L. Miss, teacher Oakland High School, res 

Mansion House 
Templeton James A., engineer C. P. B. E., res SE cor Sev- 
enth and Pine 
Tenney Alfred D., student University 
Tenney M. C, carpenter, res 565 Second 
Tenney E., with Oakland Planing Mill 
Tenney W. A. Eev., res W s Andover bet Plymouth and 

Edwards 
Tennis M. Mrs , widow, res 563 Sixth 
Tennison N. J. Mrs., boarding, res res NE cor Franklin and 

Third 
Terminus Hotel, H. M. Howell proprietor, NE cor Sliattuck 

and University av, B. 
Terney John, wines and liquors, 854 Broadway, res 1015 

Washington 
Terril Edward F., carpenter with Horatio P. Livermore, res 

W s Peralta bet First and Third 
Terry A. J., millwright, res Eagle House 
Terry Benjamin, bandsawyer with Power & Ough, res 1171 

Sixteenth av 
Terry C. C, contractor, res N s Lincoln bet Willow and 

Campbell 
Tester Annie, domestic, N s Seventeenth nr Telegraph av 
TEUTONIA HAUL., David Wemmer proprietor, 416-418 

Eighth 
Tevis Carter, receiving teller Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Bank (S. 

F.) res S s East 14th nr Twenty-sixth av 
Tevis Joshua, atty-at-law, res S s East 14th nr Twenty-sixth 

av, Fruit Vale 
Tevlin Patrick, laborer, res W s Henry bet Third and Fifth 
Thacker Eobert A., plasterer, res NE cor Thirteenth av and 

East 14th 
THACKER T. W., proprietor Nevada Market and wholesale 

and retail butcher, store and res SE cor Filbert and 

Third 
Thaler Conrad, bakery, 1508 Eighth 
Thane Joseph E., bookkeeper, res 816 Myrtle 
Thaney Patrick, seaman C. P. E. E. steamers, res N s 

Eighth nr Wood 
THARSING & LAKE, (Chris. Tharsing and Thomas Lake) 

fruit and produce, 1736 Seventh 
Tharsing Christopher (Tharsing & Lake) res Fruit Vale av 



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434 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Tharsing Edward, coachman with CI. W. Grayson, res 1861 
Jackson 

Thatcher J. T., fireman C. P. R. R., res Eighth nr Wood 

THAYER EDWARD F., wines and liquors, 464 Eighth, 
res 456 Eighth 

Thayer I. E., bookkeeper with A. Crawford (S. F.) res Sev- 
enth bet Union and Adeline 

Thaver Minnie Miss, res NE cor Union and Seventh 

THE BERKELEY AN (semi-monthly) Edward Booth chief 
editor, office basement North Hall University, B. 

The Besom (semi-monthly) Besom Stock Co. publishers, 
office basement North Hall University, B. 

The Bishop Berkeley Mission (Episcopal) Rev. J. T. Wheat 
rector, E s Chapel nr Bancroft way, B. 

THE CENTENNIAL, boarding and lodging, Mrs M. R. 
Wilson proprietor, NE cor Fourteenth and Clay 

The Central Land Co., T. B. HasAvell secretary, 954 Broad- 
way 

The Entrail Rope and Belting Manufactory, W. J. Gurnett 
and Louis Brandt proprietors, office 1913 San Pablo av 

The Home, R. G. Huston proprietor, cor Choate and Uni- 
versity grounds, B. 

THE REAL ESTATE UNION, William H. Jordan mana- 
ger, office 921 Broadway, room 12 

THEOBALD HARRY, superintendent Lake Merritt boat 
house and special policeman 

Thexton John, carpenter W. D. Co., res W s Filbert nr 
Twenty-first 

Thiel Henrietta Mrs., res 221 Third 

Thiel Martin, res 781 East 12th, rear 

Thiele A. L., advertising solicitor, res W s Campbell bet 
William and Seventh 

Thiele August, candy maker with F. A. Roediger, res N s 
Taylor bet Willow and Wood 

Thiesen Peter, salesman with Kelsey's Nursery, res SE cor 
Twelfth and Centre 

THIRD DISTRICT COURT, S. B. McKee judge, County 
Court House, room 2 

Thirsk AVilliam, carpenter, res W s Sixteenth av bet East 
14th and East 15th 

Thorn Clara Miss, dressmaker, res E s Willow nr Eighth 

Thorn George, carpenter, res E s Willow nr Eighth 

Thomas E. J., engineer (S. F.) res Capital Hotel 

Thomas Francis J., blacksmith, with Northey & Wagar 

THOMAS FRANK E., dealer wood and coal, 413 Tenth, 
res 415 Tenth 



Pirn^OliT UftTn HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY RENOVATED, and now ofers 
riLUlflUill flu I LL great attractions to the public as 



public as a POPULAR RESORT. 



Gordon's wagons supply families in Oakland, Berkeley & Alameda 



OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 435 

Thomas George, with Oakland Planing Mill 

Thomas George G., clerk with C. R. Lewis & Co., res 307 

Third 
Thomas Joel L., salesman with Waterhouse & Lester (S. F.) 

res 814 Myrtle 
Thomas John, barber, res 1412 Eleventh 
Thomas John, laborer C. P. R. R., res NW cor Atlantic and 

Campbell 
Thomas John D., baker with McGettigan Bros., res SE cor 

"William and Willow 
Thomas Mary L., teacher Poston's Seminary, res E s Oak 

bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Thomas O. B., clerk Transcript, res 1113 Jefferson 
Thomas Richard, carpenter, res S s Forty -fifth nr Telegraph av 
Thomas Sarah, widow, nurse, res Wilcox house 
Thomas William D., policeman, res 563 East 11th 
Thomas W. P., bookkeeper Alameda County Branch Home 

Mutual Insurance Co., res 821 Washington 
THOMPSON & WEST (Thomas H. Thompson and A. A. 

W r est) publishers County Atlas, 1313 Broadway 
Thompson Alfred, piledriver, res 755 Willow 
Thompson Arthur L., clerk (S. F.) res 1464 Seventh 
Thompson A. L. Mrs., res 1068 Broadway 
Thompson Anna, domestic, 934 Myrtle 

Thompson Anna F. Miss, school teacher, res NW cor Web- 
ster and Moss av 
Thompson C. A. Mrs., res 608 Sixteenth 
Thompson Charles H., carpenter, res W s Ninth av bet East 

16th and East 17th 
Thompson Charles W., bartender with J. J. Hanifin, res 309 

Eighth 
Thompson D. W. C, president Bank of Commerce (S. F.) 

res 1005 Market 
Thompson Edward, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 623 Tenth 
Thompson Frederick, res 812 Myrtle 
Thompson Henry, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 608 

Fifth 
Thompson Jacob, carpenter with Power & Ough, res 1171 

Sixteenth av 
Thompson J. B., foreman spinning department Pacific Jute 

Manufacturing Co., res cor East 11th and Third av 
Thompson John, cook Oakland Ferry, res 1056 Center 
Thompson John Rev., res NE cor Franklin and Seventeenth 
Thompson John, seaman, res 1456 Third 
Thompson Lewis, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Thompson Louis, seaman, res N s Twenty-second nr Myrtle 



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436 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Thompson N. J., carpenter, res 1464 Seventh 

Thompson Sarah E. Miss, select school, res NW cor Webster 
and Moss av 

Thompson Soloman, cook, res 715 Fourth 

Thompson Thomas H. (Thompson & West) res 1312 Tele- 
graph av 

Thompson William, clerk, res N s Twenty-second nr West 

Thompson William, hostler with G. W. Stephenson 

Thompson William H. C, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, 
res Grove bet Ninth and Tenth 

Thompson W. M., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Thomson A. D., bookkeeper First National Gold Bank and 
Notary Public, res 802 Myrtle 

Thomson George, res 833 Broadway 

Thomson James S., secretary Industrial School (S. F.) res 
1017 Ninth av 

THOMSON JOHN, proprietor New York Bakery, 910 Broad- 
way, res 563 Sixth 

Thomson Neil, master schr Eveline 

Thomson Peter, real estate, res NW cor Thirty-sixth and 
Telegraph av 

Thomson Samuel, agent Union Insurance Co., 900 Broad- 
way, res 1013 Washington 

Thomson W. Edward, salesman (S. F.) res NW cor Thirty- 
sixth and Telegraph av 

Thomson William, driver with John Thomson, res 563 Sixth 

Thorn Anna M., res 662 Fifth 

Thorn Charles, foundryman, res 685 Park 

Thornburgh M. K. (Gernreich & Thornburgh) res SW cor 
Ninth and Chester 

Thornburgh W. B., res Old Telegraph road nr Asylum, B. 

Thorne James, boarding and lodging, 527 Seventh 

Thorne John, salesman with Burns, Whitman & Gardiner, 
res 722 Myrtle 

Thornton A. W., physician (S. F.) res NE cor Castro and 
Seventh 

Thornton Owen, laborer, res W s Chestnut nr Twenty- 
fourth 

Three Mile House, Joseph P. Dieves proprietor, San Lean- 
dro road 3 miles from E. O. 

Throp Maggie, domestic, 631 Fourteenth 

Throssel William, res N s Third bet Webster and Harrison 

Thurman John W , res NW cor Taylor and Campbell 

Thurman Robert S., atty-at-law, res E s Market bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

Thurstin Diana, ladies' nurse, 853 Harrison 



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OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 437 

Thurston Eugene T., dealer in sewing machines, res 827 

Filbert 
Thurston George H., sawyer Pioneer .Planing Mill, res Over- 
land House 
Thwaites C. H., machinist Alameda Iron Works, res 1640 

Telegraph av 
Tibbals J. S., contractor and builder, res 512 Ninth 
Tibbetts J. E., bookkeeper with John H. Garrigan, res cor 

Washington and Ninth 
Tichenor G. N., bookkeeper, res N s East 12th bet Ninth 

and Tenth avs 
Tiede Leopold, upholsterer with Christian Schreiber, res 

466 Sixth 
Tiernan Ellen, domestic, 912 Filbert 
Tiernev Barney, laborer, res W s West bet Fourteenth and 

Fifteenth 
Tierney John, laborer, res N s Twentieth nr Franklin 
Tierney M. A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 520 Fifth 
Tierney Patrick, well digger and borer, res N s Twentieth 

nr Franklin 
Tierney Peter, laborer, res N s Twentieth nr Franklin 
Tietge Ernest, lumberman (S. F.) res S s Sixteenth nr Center 
Tietjen Frederick, salesman with J. Gaudin, res SE cor 

Twenty-third and Telegraph av 
Tilden Charles L., student University 
Tilghman Lucinda Mrs., res 824 Lydia 
Tilghman Selina, res 824 Lydia 
Tilley Charles P., salesman with Wellman, Peck & Co. (S. 

F.) res 1157 Market 
Tilley G. H., constable, res 366 Tenth 
Tillman C. W., carpenter, res 906 Clay 
Tillmann F. (Tillmann & Bendel, S.F.') res NE cor Alice and 

Third 
Timmins James, wool spinner, res SE cor Twenty-second 

and Linden 
Timmons Patrick, laborer, res 715 Myrtle 
Timothy James, brakeman C. P. K. R. 
Tims M. Mrs., res 409 Twelfth 

Tinkham & Butterfield (M. M. Tinkham and A. J. Butter- 
field) livery and boarding stable, 370 Eleventh 
Tinkham M. M. (Tinkham & Butterfield) res 1258 Franklin 
Tisch David, foreman with W. F. Kelsey, res 672 Elm 
Titcomb Emma Mrs., teacher music, res SW cor Clay and 

Twelfth 
Titcomb W. A., cigars and tobacco, NE cor Ninth and 

Broadway, res 957 Webster 



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WOODWARD & TAGGART have FARMS and RANCHES for Sale. 



438 OAKLAND [ X ] DIRECTORY. 

Titus Daniel, atty-at-law (S. F.) res 951 Myrtle 
Titus Willis B., fireman C. P. E. B., res 1659 Eighth 
Titzell Thomas, engineer C. P. E. E., res 620 Ninth 
Tobey William B., clerk with G. W. McKeand, res Bartlett 

House 
Tobin James, marble cutter, res El Dorado House 
Tobin John, teamster with Hinds Fuller, res 1430 Adeline 
Tobin M. Mrs., widow, N s Forty-second nr Grove 
Tocacci Louis, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 653 

Myrtle 
TODDj DYE & CO. (John C. Todd and Fred F. Dye) real 
estate and house agents, SW cor Broadway and Eleventh 
Todd Hamilton J., teacher music public schools, res 572 

Tenth 
Todd John 0. (Todd, Dye & Co.) res 1931 Market 
Todehagen Charles, gardener Kelsey's Nurseries 
Todtman Theodore, watchmaker, res 461 Ninth 
Tolan Kate, domestic, 1033 Adeline 
Toland Thomas O., student University 
Tollefsen Sophia, domestic, 580 Charter 
T<5lmie George, brakeman C. P. E. E. 
Tomas M., laborer with T. W. Corder, res Peralta nr Fer- 
nando 
Tommerup Envold, collector, res SE cor Eighth and Camp- 
bell 
Tompkins Sarah H. Mrs., res NW cor Alice and Durant 
Tondrow John, laborer, res 807 Henry 
Tong Sing (Chinese) laundry, 804 Broadway 
Tonjes John (Kohler & Tonjes) res 834 Broadway 
Tonner Preston M., painter, res 922 Third 
Tontine House, Mrs. Sarah A. Standring proprietress, SE 

cor Clay and Eighth 
Toohey James H., plumber with A. Gemmell, res 808 Third 
Toohey John P., switchman C. P. E. E., res 1559 Fifth 
Toohig James, carpenter, res SW cor Castro and Nineteenth 
Toole Thomas J., car inspector C. P. E. E., res cor Thir- 
teenth av and East 17 th 
Toomey Edward, deckhand stinr Oakland, res 1661 Pacific 
Torioli Peter, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Torioli T., blacksmith Oakland Paving Co. 
Tormey John, res N s Sycamore nr Grove 
Torpy Michael, res 1115 Sixteenth av 
Torrey David, bootmaker with D. Stuart, 905 Broadway 
Torrey James M., with Castle Bros. (S. F.) res 124 Eleventh 
Torriano Francisco, blacksmith Oakland Paving Co. 
Torson A. C, res Grand Central Hotel 



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Drink Pure Eastern Cider. Gordon, agent, 469 Ninth street. 



OAKLAND [ T ] DIRECTORY. 



439 



Torson Ole, clerk (S. F.) res 1318 Seventh av 

Touaillon Hortense, domestic, 1358 Seventh 

Touehard Albert, student, res 1077 Eighth 

Touchard Gustave, president Union Insurance Co. (S. F.) 

res 1077 Eighth 
Toumey Dennis, farmer, 673 Elm 
Tourney Mollie Miss, ladies' hairdresser, 456 Twelfth, res 

673 Elm 
Towan M. Mrs., furnished rooms, Fourteenth bet Franklin 

and Broadway 
Tower B. S. (F. R. Stevenson & Co.) res SE cor Jefferson 

and Eleventh 
Towl — carpenter, res Overland House 
Towne P. A., carpenter, res 861 Cedar 

Towne William H., photographer, res W s Linden nr Four- 
teenth 
TOWNS HORACE H., secretary Oakland Railroad Co., 

office 921 Broadway, res 220 Eleventh 
Townsend Aaron C, carpenter, res 1629 Myrtle 
Townsend Charles, painter, res Eland House 
Townsend Charles H., cabinetmaker with E. Hook, res NE 

cor East 22d and Eleventh av 
Townsend Charles K., laborer, res S s Logan nr Grove 
Townsend Cornelius, laborer, res 1836 Grove 
Townsend Mary A., widow, res cor Shattuck and Dwight 

way, B. 
Townsend Richard, carpenter, res 621 Seventeenth 
Townsend — , laborer Oakland R. R. Co. 
Township Assessor, W. F. Boardman, office Court House 
Tozer Charles H., capitalist, res 627 Third 
Tozer Nellie Miss, res Winsor House 
Tracey William N., carpenter, res NE cor Bay place and 

Broadway 
Tracy John, switchman C. R. R. R., res 267 Eighth 
Tracy Michael J., bartender, res N s B nr Haven 
Trader — , painter, res Capital Hotel 

Trankle Henry K., clerk with John Trankle, res 800 Franklin 
TRANKLE JOHN, groceries and liquors, 800 Franklin 
Trask S. D. (Fleming & Trask) res Old County road, Fruit 

Vale 
Traub H., res 802 Franklin 
Traver P. L., merchant, res S s East 10th bet Third and 

Fourth avs 
Traver — , res W s Eleventh av bet East 15th and East 16th 
Travers Edward W., ship broker (S. F.) res 917 Jefferson 
Traxell J. W., carpenter, res Eureka Hotel 



GILBERT & HUNTER 



AGENTS FOR SAN FRANCISCO AND ALAMEDA PROPERTY, 

Office, 224 Montgomery st.. S. F., or Park St., Alameda. 



Woodward & Taggart-Desirable Residence Properly for Sale. 



440 OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 

Traxler Robert, architect, res 503 Eleventh 
Treadwell George A., mining (S. F.) res 596 Sycamore 
Traynor Bessie, domestic, W s Adeline nr Eighteenth 
Traynor Thomas E., plumber and gasfitter, res 566 Fifth 
Treasurer City, James Dods, office City Hall, room 4 
Treasurer County, Charles E. Palmer, office County Court 

House, room 2 
Treat D. W., car builder, res S s Atlantic bet Wood and 

Pine 
Treat May B. Miss, student University, res Young Ladies' 

Club 
Treat Webster, res 627 Fourteenth 
Trefethen E. A., clerk C. P. P. R., res W s Lincoln nr 

Willow 
Treloar Thomas G., carpenter W. D. Co., res SW cor Wil- 
liam and Pine 
Treloar William, carpenter, res NE cor Henry and Se- 
venth 
Trelute Ernest, fireman Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., res 

East Tenth bet Third and Fourth avs 
Trelute Francois, watchman Pacific Jute Manufacturing Co., 

res N s East 16th bet Seventh and Eighth avs 
Trembley J. B., physician, office and res NW cor Myrtle 

and Eighth 
Tremont House, Atkinson & Perkins proprietors, 1311 San 

Pablo av 
Trenschel Albert, bartender with G. A. Trenschel, res NE 

cor Third and Linden 
TRENSCHEL G. A., wholesale and retail wines and liq- 
uors and manufacturer Holland stomach bitters, NE 

cor Third and Linden 
Trenschel Otto E., butcher with Arras & Stephenson, res 

NE cor Third and Linden 
Trescott George, student Oakland Business College, res cor 

Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
Trescott Joseph C, livery, sale and boarding stable, 405 

Twelfth, res cor Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
Trestler Charles, tinner with A. Gemmell, res Eland 

House 
Trestler Emma Miss, dressmaker, SW cor B and Haven 
Tretheway Arthur, blacksmith with Murray & O'Hare, res 

NE cor Sixteenth and Cypress 
Tretheway John, conductor C. P. P. R., res Yosemite 

Hotel, Alameda 
Tretheway Richard, carpenter, res NE cor Sixteenth and 

Cypress 



s«T CDDINPC A - D - WHITNEY. Proprietor 

in I OrnillUO first class acc 



ACCOMMODATIONS AT ALL HOURS. 



J. S. G. Gordon delivers Ice, Soda and Cider. Depot, 469 Ninth. 



OAKLAND [X] DIRECTORY. 441 

TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., William E. Dargie presi- 
dent and manager, Charles H. Pollard secretary and 

treasurer, publishers Oakland Daily Evening Tribune, 

911 Broadway 
Tridon Louis, wines and liquors (S. F.) res S s Sixth bet 

Jackson and Madison 
Trimble Carrie Miss, principal Bay District School, res S s 

Third nr Alice 
Trimble Mary Mrs., dressmaker, res 221 Third 
Triplet I. N. Rev., pastor African Methodist Episcopal 

Church, res 726 Chester 
Triplet James, constable and feed stable, Sixteenth av bet 

East 12th and East 14th 
Tripp C. C, real estate, res 67 East 12th 
Tripp D wight K., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 67 East 12th 
Tripp E. J. Mrs., res 67 East 12th 
Troeller Albert, superintendent California Watch Co., res E 

s Sixth nr Delaware, W B. 
Trost Gustavus A. (Classon & Trost) res 517 Delger 
Trotter James F., bartender with W. F. Cook, res S s Goss 

bet Willow and Wood 
Trotter M. A., widow, res S s Goss bet Wood and Willow 
Trotter William H., clerk, res S s Goss bet Wood and 

Willow 
Trowbridge Fordyce, res 612 Ninth 
Trowbridge George T. broker (S. F.) res 612 Ninth 
Trowbridge George O., res 612 Ninth 
Trowbridge Henry O., clerk with H. Bownan, res 612 

Ninth 
Trowbridge Nellie T. Miss, res 967 Jefferson 
Trower Ebenezer, ''carpenter, res N s Fifteenth nr Kirkham 
Troy John H., agent Commercial Fire Insurance Co., res 

Eureka Hotel 
Trudell A., laundryman Tubbs' Hotel 
True Charles F., school teacher, res W s Thirteenth av bet 

East 17th and East 18th 
True George H., stage driver with Steere and Colby, res SE 

cor Thirteenth av and East 12th 
Truett H. Mrs., res W s Sixteenth av bet East 16th and 

East 17th 
Truex V. J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Overland 

House 
Trumbull Robert, seedsman (S. F.) res 916 Myrtle 
Truworthy Thomas E., res W s San Pablo av bet Dwight 

way and Alcatraz av, W. B. 
Tryon Charles E., blacksmith, res 655 Jefferson 



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442 OAKLAND [T] DIRECTORY. 

TUBBS & COLLINS (Hiram Tubbs and John S. Collins) 
proprietors Amador Marble Works and boarding and 
lodging, Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 

TUBBS HIRAM (Tubbs & Co. S.F., and Tubbs & Collins,) 
res 266 East 12th 

TUBBS' HOTEL, John M. Lawlor & Co. proprietors, N s 
East 12th bet Fourth and Fifth avs 

Tubbs Michael, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Tubbs Sarah Miss, res 616 East 12th 

Tuck John W., carpenter, res 906 Grove 

Tuck Josiah C, millwright and machinist, res Ws West bet 
Ninth and Tenth 

Tucker Charles M., clerk County Recorder, res 1659 Eighth 

Tucker Emma R., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res SW 
cor Thirteenth av and East 12th 

TUCKER J. W., druggist, 1760 Seventh, res cor Pine and 
Seventh 

Tucker Rhoda L., teacher Temescal School, res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Hobart 

Tucker S. F., foreman Lime Point, res SW cor East 12th 
and Thirteenth av 

Tucker Theophilus, plasterer, res 1816 San Pablo av 

Tucker W. J., agent Randolph Saw Co. (S. F.) res 1562 
Telegraph av 

Tuckey John, machinist, res 870 Twenty-first 

Tufts Oscar H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 957 
Washington 

Tuggey Wilfiam, carpenter, res N s Seventeenth nr Kirkham 

Tuhte A., tanner with J. S. Derby 



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| TUBBS' ]^OT EL, 



John M. Lawlor. S. I. Kellogg, Jr. 



NIGHT 



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Drink Napa Soda, a pure, natural Mineral Water. Gordon Agent. 

OAKLAND [T] DIRECTORY. 443 

Tulloch James, miner, res NE cor Twelfth and Kirkham 
Turn Suden H. (H. Turn Suden & Co.) res cor Thirteenth av 

and East 16th 
TUM SUDEN H. & CO. (H. Turn Suden and Frederick 

Brunjes) groceries, crockery, hardware, etc., SW cor 

Fourteenth av and East 12th 
Turbine Windmill Co., Southwick & Flint, N s Second bet 

Washington and Broadway 
Turel John (Lemoine, Gambert & Co., S. F.) res 1224 Eighth 
Turf Livery and Sale Stable, Charles B. Slicer proprietor, 

609-615 Broadway 
Turnbull John, clerk with Miller & Winsor 
Turnbull Robert, nurseryman, res East 14th nr Fruit Yale av 
Turnbull Thomas, clerk with G. W. McKeand 
Turnbull Thomas P., painter, E s Wood nr Seventh, res 

E s Myrtle nr Twenty-second 
Turnbull Walter, stockbroker, res 1029 Sixth av 
Turner Annabel Miss, res 619 Tenth 
Turner Edward, printer, res 372 Second 
Turner G. W., clergyman, res W s San Pablo av nr Folsom, 

W. B. 
Turner Henry, bartender with Chris. Pichler, 477 Ninth 
Turner Normand R., carpenter, res 738 Linden 
Turner R. M., farmer, res NE cor Ninth and Jackson 
Turner Robert M. jr., student University 
Turner William, shoemaker, res Choate nr University 

grounds, B. 
Turner — Mrs., nurse, res Wilcox House 
Tusher Frederick, switchman C. P. R. R., res 953 WiUow 
Tutchburn Francis, plasterer, res SE cor Evoy av nr Grove 
Tuthill S. V. R., millwright Oakland Planing" Mill, res 1614 

Myrtle 
TUTTLE CHARLES A., reporter Supreme Court, res SW 

cor Telegraph av and Charter 
Twogood P. T., grain dealer, res Tremont House 
Twombly C. H., assistant cashier First National Gold Bank, 

res 1015 Webster 
Tye William, carpenter, res 962 Twenty-eighth 
Tyghe F., car cleaner C. P. R. R. 
Tyler Charles, res S s Goss nr Bay 
Tyler Frank H., clerk (S. F.) res 910 Filbert 
Tyler George, porter C. P. R. R., res Fifth bet Broadway 

and Washington 
Tyler George M., porter, res 464 Third, rear 
Tyler Simon H., cream of tartar and soda manufacturer 

(S. F.) res 910 Filbert 



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444 OAKLAND [ U ] DIRECTORY. 



Tylleson F., shoemaker with H. Konecke, res Alameda 

Tyrrel Jeremiah, under sheriff, Court House 

Tyrrell Patrick J., car repairer C. P. R. R., res cor LeAvis 

and Third 
Tyson James, teamster Oakland Paving Co., res 313 Ninth 
Tyson S. F. Mrs., res E s Lewis bet Third and Fifth 



u 

UHLHORN JOHN F., publisher Once-a-Week, 461 Ninth 
(and printing house, 23 Stevenson, S. F.) 

Ullom Sylvanus, carpenter, res 1504 Third 

Ulp Alfred, manager Arcade Printing House, 454 Broadway 

Umlauff Philip (Weis & Umlauff ) res 707 Broadway 

Unda Peter, saloon, W s San Pablo av nr University av, 
W. B. 

Underhill H., res Grand Central Hotel 

Underwood George S., carpenter, res N s Forty-second nr 
Grove 

Underwood Henry D., bookkeeper with William G. Hawkett, 
res 1715 Lincoln 

Underwood Ira A. (Taylor & Underwood) res NE cor Taylor 
and Wood 

Ungarretti Augelo, gardener with Justinian Caire 

Union Bank Building, SE cor Ninth and Broadway 

Union Hall (Berkeley) over Union Livery Stable 

Union Hotel, Conrad Schneider proprietor, NW cor Thir- 
teenth av and East 12th 

Union Insurance Co., Samuel Thomson agent, 900 Broadway 

UNION LIVERY AND SALE STABLE, Bentley Bros., 
proprietors, W s Shattuck nr University av, B. 

UNION NATIONAL GOLD BANK, A. C. Henry presi- 
dent, H. A. Palmer cashier, SE cor Broadway and Ninth 

Union Primary School, Miss Sarah Shuey principal, NW 
cor East 14th and Twentieth av 

Union Reading Rooms Association, J. R. Porter secretary, 
NE cor Washington and Eleventh 

Union Restaurant, J. Rieble proprietor, 902 Broadway 

UNION SAVINGS BANK, J. West Martin president, H. 
A. Palmer vice-president and treasurer, SE cor Broad- 
way and Ninth 

UNITED STATES RESTAURANT, C. G. A. Mathews 
proprietor, 1154 Broadway 

University of California, Berkeley 



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OAKLAND [Y] DIRECTORY. 445 

University Restaurant, F. Giamboni proprietor, NE cor 

Humboldt av and Bancroft way, B. 
Uplinger Richard, carpenter with W. W. McKenzie, res 408 

Eighth 
Upton Maylon W., teller Pacific Bank (S. F.) res 1301 Clay 
Upton Charles, master mariner, res NW cor Eighteenth and 

Brush 

V 

Vail Michael, laborer, res Winthrop House 

Vail N. B., carpenter "W. D. Co., res Fifth bet Center and 

Chester 
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 
Vail Zachariah, res N s Goss bet Wood and Pine 
Vale Michael, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 
Valconesi Liberio, laborer, res Second bet Franklin and 

Broadway 
Valleau J. S. G., carpenter, res 1120 Washington 
Vallejo N. P., clerk Broadway wharf, C. P. R. R., res cor 

Tenth and Filbert 
Valley C. H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Valpey George C, painter, res cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Van Allen Laura E. Mrs., res N s Eighth bet Linden and 

Adeline 
Van Amringe John, bookkeeper, res SE cor Eleventh av and 

East 19th 
Van Arsdale C. C, clerk Grand Central Hotel 
Van Arsdale Maggie Miss, res E s Tenth av bet East 16th 

and East 17th 
Van Bergen Martin J., branch bakery, N s Seventh nr Wil- 
low 
Van Blarcom A. L., wool (S. F.) res NW cor Fifth and 

Clay 
Van Boden V., laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 
Van DeMark William N., teacher elocution, Centennial 

Hotel 
Van Demark F., agent, res 359 Tenth 
Van Der Naillen Albert, civil engineer, res cor Liberty and 

Summer, N. Temescal 
Van Der Naillen Albert jr., student, res cor Liberty and 

Summer, N. Temescal 
Van Dyke Walter, atty-at-law (S. F.) res E s Fifth av nr 

East 23d 



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446 OAKLAND [V] DIRECTORY. 

Van Dyke William M., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 

Yan Epps John, carpenter, res 518 Eighth 

Van Haltren Peter, plasterer, res W s Center nr Ninth 

Van Pelt William A., waiter Winsor House 

Van Soyke — , clerk with Sherman & Hyde (S. P.) res 462 

Twelfth 
Van Syckle Sarah A., widow, res NW cor Wood and Eighth 
Van Tassel John F., shipjoiner W. D. Co., res cor Wood 

and Seward 
Van Valkenburg I. P., junk, NE cor Twenty-sixth and 

Market 
Van Vleet Elijah J., clerk U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1053 Alice 
VAN VOORHIES & BREARTY (W. Van Voorhies and 

F. J. Brearty) attys-at-law, 456 Eighth, rooms 4-5 
Van Voorhies P. J. (R. J. Van Voorhies & Co.) res 1611 

Telegraph av 
Van Voorhies K. J. & Co. (P. J. Van Voorhies) apotheca- 
ries, 1051 Broadway 
Van Voorhies William (Van Voorhies & Brearty) atty-at-law, 

456 Eighth, rooms 4-5 
Van Vrankin Benjamin, carpenter, res N s Fifteenth nr 

Kirkham 
Van Winkle Elizabeth, res 1156 Broadway 
Van Winkle Mark, blacksmith, res N s East 11th bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth avs 
Van Wyck John C, physician, 921 Broadway, rooms 4r-5, 

res 174 Tenth 
VANCE & DONAHOO (W. M. Vance and William H. Don- 

ahoo) contractors, 1160 Broadway 
Vance John, res Valley nr Locust 
Vance Joshua A., druggist, res W s Brush bet Second and 

Third 
Vance W. M. (Vance & Donahoo) res 1222 Franklin 

4-5, res 174 Tenth 
Vandenburgh F. L., superintendent A. & P. Tel. Co.,(S. F.) 

res 1018 Adeline 
Vanderbilt Joseph, bellboy Grand Central Hotel 
Vanderbrook Richard, painter with John H. Farwell, res 

E s Broadway bet Twentieth and Twenty -first 
Vandercook H. D., stairbuilder W. D. Co. 
Vanderlip Edward, res 763 Jackson 
Vanderlip F. D., wholesale butcher, res NW cor San Pablo 

av and Twenty-sixth 
Vane Jas. F., foreman with Dalziel & Moller, res 1354 Brush 
Vane William, plumber with J. G. Anderson, res E s Grove 

bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 



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OAKLAND [V] DIRECTORY. 447 

Vargus Manuel, laborer W. D. Co., res S s Third nr Chest- 
nut 

Varney Thomas, capitalist, res 935 Filbert 

Yslyj James H., liver j stable, 3 Broadway 

Vaughn S. B., shipwright W. D. Co. 

Veary Edward, porter, res NW cor Sixth and Brush 

Veich William, carpenter, res 969 Jefferson 

Veit Henry, boilermaker Pacific Iron Works (S. F.) res N s 
Chase nr Cedar 

Veitch W. T., carpenter, Thirteenth bet Franklin and Web- 
ster, res 1323 Harrison 

Vellage B. C, with Cal. Watch Co. 

Vellage Charles, with Cal. W T atch Co. 

Vellage Jennie, with Cal. Watch Co. 

Vellage K. G., with Cal. Watch Co. 

Venitian Gardens, L. Bignami proprietor, 574-576 Seventh 

Ventura Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Verdo — , res 1015 First 

Verdon Edward F., compositor Democrat, res Winsor 
House 

Verdon Sabina, domestic, NE cor Telegraph av and Merri- 
mac pi 

Verdon Thomas, bookeeper (S.F.) res 919 Alice 

Verhave Adrian, physician, 970 Broadway, res 919 Webster 

Verhave John, druggist, 970 Broadway and SW cor East 
12th and Sixth av 

Verlin William, cook Newland House Bestaurant 

Vernon G. R., stockbroker (S. F.) res S s Fifteenth bet Jef- 
ferson and Clay 

Vernon Joseph W., painter res N s Fifth bet Center and 
Chester 

Verrue Edmund, pastor French Bef. Church (S. F.) res 462 
Twenty-first 

Verrue Ernest, plumber with W. W. Walmsley (S.F:) res 
462 Twenty-first 

Veyrat Alphonse, waiter Washington Hotel 

Veyrat Maurice, proprietor Washington Hotel, N W cor 
Washington and Second 

Viale Frank, laborer Oakland Paving Co. 

Victor Sewing Machine, Benjamin Browning agent, 468 
Twelfth 

Viemeister Charles A., bartender with Herman Drucker, res 
1055 Thirteenth av 

VIENNA CHEMICAL STEAM DYEING WORKS, Geo. 
Manefeld proprietor, 834 Broadway 

Viers Jesse, jailor, res County Court House, rear 



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448 OAKLAND [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Viglini Powhattan A., hatter, res N s Forty-second nr Grove 
Vildosala Rosita, res S s East 14th bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth avs 
Vincent Albert, foreman Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 1113 

Sixteenth av 
Vincent Charles, painter with John H. Garrigan, res 916 

Harrison 
Vincent Frank, physician (S. F.) res W s Filbert bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth 
Vincent Sevin, nurseryman, res N s East 14th nr Thirtieth av 
Vincent William V., harnessmaker, res 258 Eighth 
Viney Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Vinnicombe Annie, music teacher, res 1274 Franklin 
Vinnicombe Bessie, music teacher, res 1274 Franklin 
Vinnicombe B. Mrs., res 1274 Franklin 
Vining George H., expressman, res 510 Eighth 
Vinton William B., harness cleaner Dexter Stable, res S s 

Fourteenth nr Franklin 
Vinzent Charles, res SE cor Fifth av and East Tenth 
Violich Felix, blacksmith T. D. Weymouth, res NW cor 

Fifth and Broadway 
Violich Peter, real estate, res 368 Third 
Viscovich & Donahue (John Viscovich and B. J. Donahue) 
proprietors Antelope restaurant and lodgings, 858 
Broadway 
Viscovich John (Viscovich & Donahue) res 858 Broadway 
Vizerd Maria Miss, res SW cor Fourteenth and Filbert 
Voelker A. C. Mrs., res SE cor Franklin and Durant 
Voelker Mrs., millinery, 1161 Broadway, res 1273 San 

Pablo av 
Vogel John, cook with John Holden, res 831 Franklin 
Vogelsanger & Burgelin (Marx Vogelsanger and Louis Bur- 
gelin) butchers, 1104 Market 
Vogelsanger Marx (Vogelsanger & Burgelin) res 1106 Market 
Vogler John F. (Satterlee & Vogler) res SW cor Third and 

Webster 
VOGT DAVID, wines and liquors, 461 Sixth, res 808 

Jefferson 
Vogt Kate Mrs., domestic, NE cor Fourteenth and Castro 
Vogt Kate Mrs., res Twelfth bet Broadway and Washington 
Vogt William, carpenter with Cameron & McDonald, res 822 

Linden 
Voice George L., contractor, res 921 Webster 
Volker Henry, upholsterer, res S s Brush nr San Pablo av 
Volker John Henry, upholsterer with P. Schreiber, res 1611 
Brush 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 449 

Volliazzo Serafino, dishwasher Barnum's restaurant, res NE 

cor Broadway and Seventh 
Vollmer Adolph, carver W. D. Co. 
Vollrner Peter, tailor, res N s Birch nr Telegraph av, Te- 

mescal 
Volquardsen Bernard, painter, res 719 Chester 
Volz Gustavo, laborer W. D. Co., res Third nr Center 
Von Adelung Edward, teacher music Mills' Seminary, res 

SE cor Third av and East 10th 
Von Boden Hans, car repairer C.P. R. R., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 
Von Bostel J. C, res 1005 Chester 
Von Burkum Albert, tailor, res N s Second bet Webster and 

Harrison 
VON GLAHN JOHN F., groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Seventh and Center 
v. L.OEWENHORST A., chiropodist, 409 Twelfth 
Von Ohlsen Erank, laundryman with Henry Kohler 
Von Tiedemann J. H. E., watchmaker with John Frey, res 

S. E. 
Voorhees Eugene F., painter, res Seventh bet Broadway and 

Franklin 
Vosburgh C. M. Mrs., res NW cor Twenty-eighth and 

Myrtle 
Vosburgh F. J., barber, res 811 Filbert 
Voslanber Henry, shoemaker with B. Nedderman, res 705 

East 12th 
Vosler Nathan H., with Samuel S. Parsons 
VROOMAN HENRY, city attorney, City Hall (and Moore 

& Vrooman) res 609 Sixteenth 
Vrooman M. Mrs., fancy goods, 305 East 12th 

w 

Wa Cheung &, Co., tea, coffee and cigars, S s Seventh bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Wachs A. N., dry and fancy goods, 1017 Broadway, res 1216 

Broadway 
Wade Ferdinand, fireman Oakland Ferry, res S. F. 
Wade John, miner, res 830 Myrtle 

Wade Noble, bookkeeper with A. C. Wright, res 1476 Fifth 
Wade Simon H., printer, res SW cor Eleventh av and East 

18th 
Wade Thomas, dentist (S. F.) res 1014 Ninth av 
Wadsworth Elijah, banker, res 1372 Harrison 



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450 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wadsworth Henry, secretary Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F.) res 
Knox House 

Waer George A., farmer, res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Waer Philip H., farmer, res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Wagar Lemuel (Northey & Wagar) res 359 Eleventh 
Waggoner George W., res Sunnyside House 
WAGNER & CO. (W. Wagner and S. M. Everinghim) real 
estate, house and insurance agents, Masonic Hall Build- 
ing, NE cor Willow and {Seventh 

Wagner John, whitener, res SW cor Twenty-sixth and 
Adeline 

Wagner William (Wagner & Co.) res cor Campbell and 
Eighth 

Wahl Mathias, driver (S. F.) res S s Division bet Pine and 
Wood 

Wahlheim J., waiter Grand Central Hotel 

Wainwright John, shipping clerk (S. F.) res S s Lincoln bet 
Wood and Pine 

Wainwright Nettie Miss, telegraph operator, res 475 Ninth 

Wainwright Mary, widow, res 704 Brush 

Wainwright Susie H. Miss, telegraph operator A. & P. Tel. 
Co. 

Waisman Matilda Mrs., res 920 Filbert 

Wait F. V. Mrs., res NW cor Eleventh av and East 18th 

Wait Herbert, carpenter, res Eland House 

Wait — , carpenter, res 819 Washington 

Waite Cornelius, carpenter, res cor Second and Jefferson 

Waitt A. C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 271 Tenth 

Waitt Alfred, clerk (S. F.) res 271 Tenth 

Wakefield Arthur T., clerk with Sanford, Kelsey & Co., res 
Edwards nr Telegraph av 

Wakefield Leland H., res NW cor Seventh av and East 17th 

Wakeham Samuel, painter, res NE cor Eleventh and Broad- 
way 

Wakeman M. L., widow, res NE cor Tenth av and East 11th 

Walbridge Jennie Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, 
res Nicholl Block 

Walbridge — Mrs., teacher, res St. James House 

Walburn Jacob, laborer, res Golden Star Hotel 

Walcott Andrew P., painter with C. B. Rutherford, res 825 
Filbert 

Wales T. P., secretary Alameda Macadamizing Co., office 
954 Broadway, res 673 Tenth 

Walker Adam (Wilds & Walker) res 833 Washington 

Walker Alexander, res 1030 Peralta 

Walker C. C, fireman C. P. R. R. 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 451 

Walker Charles F., res S s Goss bet Wood and Pine 
Walker Charles H., photographer, res N s Seventh bet Po- 

ralta and Campbell 
Walker E. B. Mrs., res 513 East 12th 
WALKER E. E., proprietor Alameda Iron Works, NW cor 

Franklin and Second, res NE cor Franklin and Third 
Walker George M., carpenter, res NW cor Twenty-first av 

and East 16th 
Walker James, patternmaker, res 659 Jefferson 
Walker James G., liquors (S. F.) res 1030 Peralta 
Walker John, res W s Brush bet Second and Third 
Walker John C, shoemaker with D. J. Outram, res E s 

Fifth av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Walker John B., night watchman C. P. B. B., resE s Lewis 

bet Third and Fifth 
Walker Jonas M., res S s Twelfth bet Madison and Jackson 
Walker Joseph, milker Blair's Dairy, Montecito av nr Pe- 
ralta av 
Walker Nellie, nurse, 950 Linden 
Walker Bobert, carpenter, res 820 Twenty-second 
Walker S. M. Mrs., res N s Twelfth nr West 
Walker Sterry, Mountain Dairy, res N s Seventeenth nr 

West 
WALKER THEODORE L., insurance agent, 1004 Broad- 
way, res Webster bet Gaskill and John 
Walker Valentine, boilermaker, res S s Goss bet Pine and 

Wood 
Walker Wilber, bookkeeper with J. E. Blethen, res 1004 

Third 
Walker William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Walkerley M. (Walkerley Bros., S. F.) resTubbs' Hotel 
Walkerley William (Walkerley Bros., S.F.) res Tubbs' Hotel 
WALL & BLACK (C. J. Wall and Joshua Black) archi- 
tects and builders, 422 Ninth 
Wall Benjamin P., assistant instructor English University, 

res NW cor West and Brown 
Wall C. G., painter with Whittier, Fuller & Co., res East 

23d nr Thirteenth av 
Wall C. J. (Wall & Black) res 665 Third 
Wall Jesse S., merchant, res 963 Clay 
Wall Sarah J. Mrs., res NW cor West and Brown 
Wall Thomas E., carpenter with Wall & Black, res 665 Third 
Wallace Benjamin, wheelwright, res N s Seventeenth bet 

West and Market 
Wallace Clarence H., student University, res N s University 
av nr University Grounds, B. 



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452 OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 

Wallace Edwin, teamster, res 417 East 12th 

Wallace E. P., painter, res E s Union betFifth and Seventh 

Wallace George, 2d engineer stmr Capital, res S. F. 

Wallace Henry G., compositor Democrat, res 462 Twelfth 

Wallace James E., printer S. E. Call, res 1066 Wood 

Wallace J. M., policeman, res 1322 Telegraph av 

Wallace John A., carpenter W. D. Co., res N s Seventh nr 

Pine 
Wallace Peter, stableman, res 860 Broadway 
Wallace Robert W., clerk with Tobin, Davisson & Co. (S. 

F.) res 2 Pearson's Row 
Wallace Thomas, mining (S. F.) res NE cor Telegraph av 

and Linden 
Wallace William P. (Austin & Wallace) res W s Pine bet 

Taylor and Seward 
Wallace William T., student University, res First Club 

House 
Wallace — , carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
Wallbrook Henry, gardener, res Eleventh bet Webster and 

Harrison 
Wallis John S., laborer, res NW cor University av and 

Fifth, W. B. 
Walrath Robert H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 915 Jackson 
Walsh Cornelius, plumber, res cor Twenty-sixth and Union 
Walsh Cornelius jr., clerk, res cor Twenty-sixth and Union 
Walsh John, painter, res SD cor Fourth and Webster 
Walsh Maurice D., painter, res 1561 Seventh 
Walsh Martin, lather, res 1404 Twelfth 
Walsh Michael, cooper, res 912 Third 
Walsh Patrick, lather, res 1404 Twelfth 
Walter Jacob, cook Philadelphia Restaurant 
Walter Otto, printer (S. F.) res S s Taylor nr Willow 
Walter Simon, shoemaker, res 1470 Fifth 
Walter W. A. (Shakespear & Walter) and member City 

Council, res 606 Fourteenth 
Walters Edward, res S s Fifteenth bet Kirkham and Cypress 
Walters Jesse, res 1772 Seventh 

Waltham Charles F., compositor Oakland Daily Tribune 
Walthour Christian, deputy constable, res Railroad Ex- 
change, W. B. 
Walton Addie Miss, teacher Durant School 
Walton F. A., res Nicholl House 

Walton F. W., stableman Clifford's Livery Stable, res S. F. 
Walton George N., student University, res cor Seventeenth 

and Cypress 
Walton Joseph, tailor, res Railroad Avenue Hotel 



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OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 453 

Walton Richard N., carpenter, res cor Seventeenth and 
Cypress 

Walton B. N., carpenter, res SW cor Seventeenth and 
Cypress 

Waltower M. Mrs., res 1827 Seventh, rear 

Walz William, carpenter, res NEcor East 12th and Twelfth av 

Wand Thomas L., student University, res S s Ninth nr 
Chester 

Wand Thomas N., merchant, res S s Ninth nr Chester 

Wand William P., bookkeeper (S. F.) res S s Ninth nr 
Chester 

Wandesforde Ida Miss, res N s Sycamore bet Telegraph av 
and 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, Ws Telegraph av nr Fiftieth, 
Temescal 

Wanless John, publisher and proprietor Daily Evening Dem- 
ocrat, 474 Twelfth, res 856 Adeline 

Wantzel Frank, carpenter, E s Valley nr Elm 

Warbass M. C. Mrs., res 524 Thirteenth 

WARD & REINHART (Charles P. Ward and George W. 
Beinhart) groceries, 1211 Broadway and 1212 San 
Pablo av 

Ward Alice B. Miss, teacher Prescott Primary School, res 
E s Jefferson bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Ward Charles P. (Ward k Eeinhart) res NE cor Fourteenth 
arid Clay 

Ward C. P. Mrs., milliner, Centennial Block 

Ward D. Henshaw, res Lake nr Madison 

Ward Edward, laborer, res E s Hollis nr Peralta 

Ward Edward, laborer W. D. Co., res Seventh nr Broadway 

Ward Isaac M., res E s Jefferson bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Ward J. N., res Central Pacific Eailroad House 

Ward John, dairy, E s Telegraph av half mile north of Tem- 
escal 

Ward John, plasterer, res 1726 Filbert 

Ward John T., agent Napa Soda Water (S. F.) res 517 Fred- 
erick 

Ward Joseph W., commission merchant (S. F.) res 517 Fred- 
erick 

Ward Lizzie Miss, folder Signs of the Times, res 759 Jeffer- 
son 

Ward P., superintendent with J. J. O'Brien & Co., res Grand 
Central Hotel 



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454 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Ward Thomas, gardener, res NW cor Twentieth and Market 

Ward Thomas, stableman, res 860 Broadway 

Ward Valentine, calsominer, res 354 Sixth 

Ward William, mason, res cor Twenty-first and Curtis 

Ward William M., carpenter, res 1622 Myrtle 

Wardchow William, carpenter, res E s Harlan nr Peralta 

Ware C. P., bookkeeper with Dalziel <fc Moller 

Waring John B. Mrs., res 1513 Telegraph av 

Warner Aaron K., capitalist, res NE cor East 16th and 
Eleventh av 

Warner Eleon L., baggage master Market-st. Station, res cor 
Eleventh and Castro 

Warner Franklin (Warner, Gardiner & Browne) res W s 
Brush bet Second and Third 

Warner, Gardiner & Browne (Franklin Warner, J. J. Gar- 
diner and Spencer C. Browne) real estate agents, 1106 
Broadway 

Warner James, coachman with W. H. J. Mathews, res NW 
cor Elm and Broadway 

Warner John, dentist, res N s Walton nr Grove 

Warnholz William, waiter Eureka Hotel 

Warren Adelbert, carpenter, res S s East 14th nr Four- 
teenth av 

Warren Clarence H., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 

Warren Ed. T., butcher, 1930 San Pablo av, res SW cor 
Lusk and Evoy av 

Warren Ernest, compositor Tribune, res cor Peralta and 
Seventh 

Warren Eugene H., clerk with W. C.Mason & Co., res 1117 
Eighth av 

Warren E. W., res NW cor Eighth av and East 17th 

Warren F. J., bookkeeper with Freeman & Jaffe, res 
William nr Telegraph av 

Warren Francis, butcher, res SW cor Lusk and Evoy av 

Warren George (Cordy & Warren) res NW cor Washington 
and Eighth 

Warren George A., melter's department U. S. Mint (S. F.) 
res 809 Peralta 

Warren M. Mrs., res 501 Elm 

Warren Orrin P., physician, office and res Broadway bet 
.Fourteenth and Fifteenth 

Warren Stephen H., printer, res SW cor Lusk and Evoy av 

Warrington Samuel, shoe findings, 470 Eighth, res Wash- 
ington nr Seventh 

Warth John, tinsmith with J. J. O'Shea, res 1718 San 
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Washburn S. H., carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 
WASHINGTON BREWERY, Charles Bredhoff proprietor, 

NE cor Broadway and Sixth 
Washington George E., speculator, res Kelsey House 
Washington Hall, SE cor East 12th and Sixth av 
Washington Hotel, Maurice Veyrat proprietor, NW cor 

Washington and Second 
Washington James, hairdresser, res 409 Sixth 
Washington James Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, 409 Sixth 
Wassiers Manuel, laborer W. D. Co. 
Wastphal John C, capitalist, res 1463 Eighth 
Waterbury Frank, laborer with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Waterbury George A., bookkeeper with Gilbert & Moore 

(S. F.) res 721 Myrtle 
Waterlield Albert, laborer W. D. Co., res 8G7 Campbell 
Waterman E. K., tinsmith with J. H. Howard & Co., res 

S s East 14th bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 
Waterman Nancy C, widow, housekeeper, 1162 Seventh 
Waters Mary Mrs., res 963 Webster 
Waters Kobert, bootblack Oakland Ferry, res 863 Clay 
Watkins James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Watkins John P., fireman C. P. B. B., res 947 Willow 
Watkins Philip, watchman C. P. B. K., res 947 Willow 
Watkins P. T. Mrs., res W s Broadway bet Hawthorn and 

Moss avs 
Watkinson Henry, with Contra CostaWater Co. , res 458 Eighth 
Watkinson William, switchman C. P. B. B., res 370 Seventh 
Watson Alexander Mrs., res 562 Eleventh 
Watson Clark, carpenter, res NW cor Fifth av and East 17th 
Watson E. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 508 Eighth 
Watson George Ward, lumber, res W s Eighth av bet East 

18th and East 19th 
Watson Hattie E. Miss, res 508 Eighth 
Watson Hendry, clerk with Coffee & Furst, res SW cor Tenth 

and Washington 
Watson H. H., marine surveyor, res N s Twenty-sixth nr 

Broadway 
Watson Isabel Miss, res S s Goss bet Wood and Willow 
Watson J. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 1015 Broadway, res cor 

Twenty-eighth and Linden 
Watson John B., res W s Fourth av nr East 17th 
Watson John E., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mill, res N s 

Twenty-eighth nr Linden 
W'atson J. W., carpenter and contractor, res N s East 17th 

bet Fifth and Sixth avs 



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456 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Watson Lizzie Miss, teacher Franklin Primary School, res 
Seventh nr Adeline 

Watson S. H., books, stationery and fancy goods, 1307 San 
Pablo av 

Watson W. E., hostler with Hard & Howe 

Watson W r illiain C, plasterer, res 1643 Market 

Watt K. V. (Miller & W T att) res S. F. 

Watters Emniett L., brakeman C. P. R. R., res West Oak- 
land Honse 

Watters Jesse L., brakeman C. P. R. R., res West Oakland 
House 

Watters Valentine, boilermaker W. D. Co., res Goss bet 
W 7 ood and Pine 

Watts John, carpenter, res W s Willow bet William and 
Seventh 

Watts John E., carpenter, res N s Atlantic bet Willow and 
Campbell 

Watts Richard, clerk, res S s Goss nr Bay 

W T atts Samuel, carpenter W. D Co. 

Watts Stephen, carpenter, res N s Eighth nr Wood 

Watts William, boots and uppers, W r s Adeline nr Thirty- 
fourth, res W s Chestnut nr Thirty-fourth 

Watts W 7 illiam A., farmer, res SW cor Chestnut and Thirty- 
fourth 

Way Jesse W., carpenter C. P. R. R., res S s Eighth bet 
Peralta and Campbell 

Wayha F. W., farmer, res Eureka Hotel 

W T ayne Mary A. L., res W s Brush nr Twenty -first 

Webb B. F., res N s Goss bet Wood and Pine 

Webb J. Watson, physician and surgeon, 963 Washington 

Webb Joshua (W. F. & J. Webb) res N s Goss bet Pine and 
Wood 

Webb William F. (W. F. & J. W r ebb) res Division bet Pine 
and Wood 

WEBB W. F. & J., wines and liquors, 1774 Seventh 

Webb — , printer, res N s Third nr Washington 

Weber Adolph H., student University 

Weber Charles H., master tug Alpha, res S s Third bet Cy- 
press and Centre 

Weber Valentine, baker, res W s Eighteenth av nr East 15th 

Weber W r illiam, confectioner, res NW cor Twenty-first and 
Curtis 

WEBSTER A. B., real estate agent and assessor, 626 East 
12th, res N s East 17th bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 

Webster Alphonso L., brakeman C. P. R. R., res NE cor 
Thirteenth and Wood 



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457 



Webster Edgar J., atty-at-law, Union Bank Building, room 
8, res 713 Tenth 

Webster Edgar W., clerk (S. F.) res 1709 Lincoln 

Webster James A., deputy assessor, res S s East 16tli bet 
Fourth and Fifth avs 

Webster John V., res Fruit Vale av 

WEBSTER JOSEPH N., saloon, NE cor Seventh and Web- 
ster, res 356 Seventh 

Webster Morris, brakeman C. P. B. B., res 476 Twelfth 

Webster Noah N., carpenter, res S s Webster av bet Tele- 
graph and College avs 

Webster Beginald H., student University, res 1228 Broadway 

Webster T., brakeman C. P. B. B. 

Webster William, shipwright, res 1400 Twelfth 

Wedderspoon John (Cross & Co., S. F.) res 958 Tenth 

Wedderspoon Thomas C. (Cross & Co., S. F.) res 958 Tenth 

Wedger Manuel, laborer, res 1513 Third 

Wedgewood Charles H., carpenter, res 1762 Goss 

Wedgewood Mandana, widow, res 1762 Goss 

Wedrien Frank H., saddler, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
seventh 

Weed Charles L., photographer (S. F.) res 1113 Jefferson 

Weed Ellen E. Mrs., fancy goods and dressmaking, SW cor 
Telegraph av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Weed Marcus H., architect and builder, SW cor Telegraph 
av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Weeks A. J., carpenter Tubbs' Hotel 

Weeks George, carriage painter with Henry Weeks, res East 
22d nr Thirteenth av 

WEEKS HENRY, carriage manufacturer, horseshoeing and 
blacksmithing, NE cor Sixth av and East 11th, res cor 
Fifth av and East 17th 

Weider Daniel, carpenter, res 1554 West 

Weider Frank B., machinehand Oakland Planing Mill, res 
1554 West 

Weider G., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Weidinger George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 
Louisiana House 

Weil Oscar, res 1509 Brush 

Weingart Louis, butcher, res 711 East 12th 

Weintraub John, laborer, res foot Division 

Weir Wilber, carpenter W. D. Co., res E s Wood nr Wil- 
liam 

Weis & Umlauff (Jacob Weis and Philip Umlauff) bakers, 
707 Broadway 

Weis Jacob (Weis & Umlauff) res 707 Broadway 



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458 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Weisenhuter M., waiter Union Hotel 

Weit Thomas, painter Tubbs' Hotel 

Weitman J. L., clerk with George S. Henry, res 907 Broad- 
way 

Weitman John, broker, res 924 Filbert 

Welch Abraham (Weston & Welch) res SW cor Eleventh av 
and East 16th 

Welch Alfred J., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 878 Lydia 

Welch Charles, clerk with Weston & Welch, res SW cor 
Eleventh av and East 16th 

Welch David, laborer C. P. R. R., res Mechanics' Home 

Welch Edward, tally clerk Oakland Wharf, res Eighth nr 
Pine 

Welch George D., master mechanic Western Division C. P. 
R. R., res N s Goss bet Pine and Cedar 

Welch James, hostler Clifford's Livery Stable, res 411 Thir- 
teenth 

Welch James, laborer, res Mechanics' Hotel 

Welch J. C. Mrs., res NE cor Seventh and Webster 

Welch John, gardener, E s Broadway nr Moss av 

Welch John, molder (S. F.) res cor Eighteenth and Kirk- 
ham 

Welch Joseph W., student University 

Welch Michael, carpenter, res 1164 Fifth 

Welch Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., res cor Lewis and 
Third 

Welch Thomas, lather, res cor Franklin and Seventh 

Welch Thomas, res 810 Alice 

Welch Thomas, laborer, res NE cor Lewis and Third 

Welcker Adair, student University, res N s University av 
opp Ellsworth, B. 

Welcker Mendell, res N s University av opp Ellsworth, B. 

Welcker William T., professor mathematics and chief mili- 
tary instruction University, res N s University av opp 
Ellsworth, B. 

Welden C. J., real estate agent, res SW cor East 15th and 
Eighteenth av 

Welden George, farmer with Horatio P. Livermore, res 
Broadway nr Fourth av 

Welke Albert, carpenter, res 651 Myrtle 

Wellman Bela, (Wellman, Peck & Co. S. F.) res S s East 
14th nr Thirty-third av, Fruit av 

Wells Austin A., carpenter, res 960 Grove 

Wells A. J., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Wells Charles H., oils (S. F.) res 1027 Seventh av 

Wells Emil, dressmaker, shop and res 512 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 459 

WELLS, FARGO & CO.'S EXPRESS OFFICES, Eollin 
C. Gaskill agent, Nicholl Block, 472 Ninth; and Steere 
& Colby agents, SE cor Thirteenth av and East 12th 

Wells Frank (Riegel & Wells, S. F.) res W s Broadway nr 
Twentieth 

Wells H. C, teamster, res 1167 Third 

Wells H. J., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Wells Joseph A., machinist, res 824 Twelfth 

Wells N. W, res NE cor Twentieth and Telegraph av 

Wells S. T., clergyman, res 1019 Fifth av 

Wells Stilson, painter, res E s Lusk nr Forty-second 

Wells T. A., law student (S. F.) res NE cor Twentieth and 
Telegraph av 

Wells — , grain merchant fS. F.) res 462 Tweltth 

WELSCHER & WESTERMAN (Louis Welscher and 
Adolph Westerman) proprietors Brooklyn Brewery, SW 
cor Eighteenth av and East 14th 

Welscher Louis (Welscher & Westerman) res SW cor Eigh- 
teenth av and East 14th 

Welsh E., laborer, res Railroad Exchange Hotel 

Welsh Martin, lather, res 1404 Twelfth 

Welsh Martin, plasterer, res 1538 Curtis 

Welsh Richard, miller with Samni & Ziegenbein, res cor 
Fourth and Clay 

Welti Edward (Schaefer & Welti) res NW cor Eleventh and 
Franklin 

WEMMER DAVID, proprietor Teutonia Hall, 416-418 
Eighth 

WEMMER JOHN, cabinetmaker, 406 Ninth 

Wenck Edward E., druggist with J. W. Tucker, 1760 Seventh 

Wenk Charles, laborer, res SE cor Twenty-eighth and West 

Wentworth A. J., machinehand with H. W. Barnes 

Wentzel Frank, carpenter, res Valley bet Twenty-third and 
Twenty-fourth 

Werner Anton, confectioner with John Thomson, res Golden 
Star Hotel 

Werner Lawrence, bootmaker, res S s Peralta nr San 
Pablo av 

WERTHEIMBER & BLOCK (S. Wertheimber and Joseph 
Block) wines and liquors, SW cor Broadway and 
Fourth 

Wertheimber S. (Wertheimber & Block) res NW cor Broad- 
way and Fourth 

Wertz George W., res N s Dwight way nr Humboldt av, B. 

Wertz Kate Miss, student University, res N s Dwight way 
nr Humboldt av, B. 



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460 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wescott Edward W., carpenter and builder, res SE cor Wil- 
liam and Bay 

Wesley William, waiter, res S s Twenty -fourth nr Linden 

Wessog Augustine, nurse, 716 Fourteenth 

West A. A. (Thompson cfc West) res N s Eighteenth nr Jef- 
ferson 

WEST BERKELEY PLANING MILL, Sinister & Nie- 
haus proprietors, cor Second and Bristol, W. B. 

West End Hotel, C. J. Rossini proprietor, SW cor Seventh 
and Peralta 

West George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

West Herman, carpenter, res Brooklyn Dining Rooms 

West John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

West John D., engineer, res cor Seventeenth and Kirkham 

West John H., teamster with James Larue, res S sEast 17th 
bet Fifth and Sixth avs 

WEST OAKLAND LODGING HOUSE, Mrs. M. Gray 
proprietress, 1772 Seventh 

West Oakland Mutual Loan Association, N. Giamboni pres- 
ident, S. A. Sbarboro secretary, office Masonic Hall 
Building, W. O. 

WEST OAKLAND PRESS, De Witt C. Lawrence propri- 
etor, N s Seventh bet Wood and Willow 

West Philip A., teacher California Military Academy 

Westerdahl William, furniture, 412 Tenth, res Eland House 

Westerman Adolph (Welscher & Westerman) res SW cor 
Eighteenth av and East 14th 

Western Assurance Co. (of Toronto) B. C.Dick agent, 1004 
Broadway 

WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.,B. R. Bates man- 
ager; office Union Bank Building; branch offices Uni- 
versity, Deaf and Dumb and Blind Asylum, West Berk- 
eley, Piedmont Springs, Post Office W. O., and Post 
office Brooklyn 

Westfall George H., with Contra Costa Laundry 

Westland George, with Bank British North America (S. F. res 
1459 Telegraph av 

Westler John, plasterer, res 813 Center, rear 

WESTON & WELCH (F. E. Weston and A. Welch) pro- 
proprietors Clinton Flouring Mills, SW cor Twelfth av 
and East 11th 

Weston Francis 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, Fruit Vale 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 461 

Wetherby G., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Wetmore & Surrey (W. P. Wetmore and James G. Surrey) 

plasterers, 956 Broadway 
Wetmore C. A., reporter Alta (S. F.) res NW cor Tenth and 

Clay 
"Wetmore Chauncey E., real estate, NW cor Eighth av and 

East 17th 
Wetmore C. J., ticket agent C. P. R. R. steamers (S. F.) res 

NW cor Tenth and Clay 
Wetmore E. L. (J. L. Wetmore & Co.) resNWcor Tenthand 

Clay 
Wetmore F. W., plasterer with Wetmore & Surrey, res 563 

Eleventh 
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, 956 Broadway 
Wetmore Octavia Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, 

res 475 Ninth 
Wetmore William P. (Wetmore & Surrey) res 563 Eleventh 
Weyer Dennis, teamster, res S s East 16th bet Fifth and 

Sixth avs 
Weygant AV. E., res 356 Tenth 
Weymouth Dennis, carriage maker, res NE cor Orchard and 

Brook 
Weymouth T. D., carriage manufacturer, 365 Eleventh, res 

SW cor Twentieth and Grove 
Whaley Harrison M., carpenter W. D. Co., res S s Thirty- 
ninth nr Telegraph av 
Whalin J. C. S., carpenter, res S s Eleventh bet Brush and 

Castro 
Whalley Emily Mrs., res 623 Tenth 
Whalley George H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 622 

Tenth 
Whalley James W., field assistant City Engineer, res 623 

Tenth 
Whalley Mary W. Miss, res 623 Tenth 
Whalley Thomas, blindmaker Pioneer Planing Mill, res 623 

Tenth 
Wharfinger Oakland City Wharf, William Harwood, City 

Hall 
Wharton Joshua, painter, res N s Linden av nr Telegraph av 
Wharton Maria Mrs., ladies' hair doctress and dealer in 

human hair, 960 Washington 
Wheat T. J. Rev., D. D., rector The Bishop Berkeley Mis- 
sion, res 1325 Jackson 



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462 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wlieaton Frances Miss, res 863 Campbell 

Wlieaton George H., commission merchant (S. F.) res NW 

cor Lake and Madison 
Wlieaton Miles B., shipjoiner W. D. Co., res 861 Campbell 
Wlieaton Nettie Miss, res 863 Campbell 
Wlieaton William E., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 1060 Poplar 
Whedon L. Mrs., res 860 Clay 
WHEELER CHARLES C, proprietor Winsor House, SW 

cor Ninth and Washington 
Wheeler John H., student University, res Entre Nous Club 
Wheeler Osgood C, general baggage agent C. P. B. E. Co., 

Market-st Wharf (S. F.) res 1219 Jefferson 
Wheeler Peter, physician and surgeon, office and res Grand 

Western Hotel 
Wheeler Eoscoe, captain tug Lottie, res 262 Fourth 
Wheeler W. M., clerk with J. B. Stetson (S.F.) res Winsor 

House 
Wheeler W. P., mining engineer, res Winsor House 
Whelan Alanson Mrs., res 311 Fourth 
Whelan E. E. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 

311 Fourth 
Whelton Daniel, painter with W. H. Barnes 
Whilefield Harold, clerk, res 1059 Jackson 
Whillock Harry, res 308 Tenth 
Whipple Orrison D., bookkeeper with James Larue, res S s 

Sixth av bet East 18th and East 19th 
Whitcher Jeremiah E., surveyor and civil engineer, res NW 
Whitcher John A., clerk, res NW cor Grove and Eighth 

cor Grove and Eighth 
Whitcomb Alice H. Miss, student University, res Young 

Ladies' Club 
Whitcomb Frank E., student University 
Whitcomb George F., machine hand Pioneer Planing Mill, 

res SE cor Third and Castro 
Whitcomb Sylvester J., painter, res N s Forty-second nr 

Telegraph av 
White Annie, domestic, S s Eighth ni Adeline 
White Asa L. (White Bros., S. F.) res N s East 12th bet 

Nin,th and Tenth avs 
White Augustus A., dry goods (S. F.) res E s West nr 

Seventh 
White Carlos, publisher (S. F.) res Blake House 
White Charles T., carpenter, res W s Chestnut nr Thirty- 
fourth 
White Charles W., res Peralta nr Eighth 
White Cornelius, carpenter W. D. Co. 



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463 



White Cornelius, organ builder, res W s Cypress nr Fif- 
teenth 
White Delia F. Mrs., res 755 Webster 
White Elisa Miss, res W s Peralta nr Seventh 
White George P., clerk W. D. Co., res W s Chestnut bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
White Henry, miner, res W s Chester bet Third and Fifth 
White Heniy, wines and liquors, saloon and res cor First av 

and East 12th 
White Henry K., cooper (S.F.) res S s Twelfth nr Kirkham 
White H. G., brakeinan C. P. R, K. 
WHITE JAMES, president Pacific S. D. A. P. A. and 

editor Signs of the Times, res 702 Eleventh 
WHITE JAMES E., secretary and bookkeeper S. D. A. P. 

A., res 702 Eleventh 
White James J., butcher, reo 1360 West 
White James S., carpenter, res 813 Castro 
White J. B., real estate, res 926 Myrtle 
W T hite J. J. (Rice & White) res 1360 West 
White John, marblecutter, res S s Twelfth nr Market 
White John C, draughtsmanW. D. Co., res cor Twenty- 
first and Linden 
White L. C. Miss, dressmaker with Mrs. S. J. Chilson, res 

1275 San Pablo av 
White Louisa E., teacher Franklin-st Grammar School, res 

826 Fifteenth 
White Maurice, farmer, res E s College av ^ mile S Berkeley 
White Michael, laborer, res 1824 Grove 
White Phineas, carpenter, res 768 Lydia 
White Thomas B., bricklayer, res cor University and San 

Pablo avs, W. B. 
WHITE W. C, business agent Signs of the Times, res 708 

Eleventh 
White William, fancy goods, E s Telegraph av nr Elm 
White William C, tinsmith with J. H. Howard & Co., res 

Union Hotel 
Whitebread Adolph, tinsmith with A. G. Annis, res S s 

Universit}' av nr Fifth, W. B. 
Whitehead R. O., copyist with County Recorder, res 518 

Eighth 
Whitehill Thomas G., carpenter W. D. Co., resS s Atlantic 

bet Pine and Wood 
Whiteley Henry, blindmaker with H. W. Barnes, res Twelfth 

av bet East 15th and East 16th 
Whiteside Joseph, res S s Fourteenth nr Franklin 
Whiting Andrew^ L., clerk with L. Baker, res 362 Fifth 



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464 OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 

Whiting Julius, painter, res 359 Eleventh 

Whiting L., whitener, res SE cor East 19th and Thirteenth av 

Whitlock A. D., with Oakland Planing Mill 

Whitlock Robert, asphaltum roofer, res 1812 Grove 

Whitlow Sarah N. Miss, res 617 Ninth 

Whitman C. B., res Winsor House 

Whitman Charles, res 613 Sixteenth 

Wliitman Russell, manufacturer bitters (S. F.) res 760 Tenth 

Whitman AVilliam W. (Burns, Whitman & Gardiner) res N 

s Charter bet Telegraph and San Pablo avs 
Whitmore C. N. (A. A. Guernsey & Co.) res 829 Sixteenth 
WHITNEY & CO.'S EXPRESS, Jay Deming agent, 855 

Broadway 
WHITNEY ALONZO D., proprietor Piedmont Springs and 

Hotel, 3 miles NE of Oakland 
Whitney Arthur L., student University, res Zeta Psi Hall 
Whitney Edwin F., res 616 Seventeenth 
Whitney George E. (Lawrie & Whitney) and atty-at-law, 

817 Broadway, res E s Jefferson bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Whitney Henry J., salesman with Mallet & Hammon, res 

Winters, Cal. 
Whitney Henry L., bricklayer, res E s San Pablo av nr 

Evoy av 
WHITNEY JOHN T., carpenter and builder, 361 Eighth, 

res Sunnyside House 
Whittlesey L. M. Mrs., res Fruit Yale av nr East 14th 
Whitten Horatio H., accountant, res 729 Eighth 
Whittier & Peckham (J. W. Whittier and A. E. Peckham) 

painters and whiteners, 516 Seventh 
WHITTIER, FULLER & CO. (W. S. Murphy, F. M. Far- 
well and Whittier, Fuller & Co., S. F.) importer and 

manufacturers paints, oils, glass, doors, sash, blinds, 

etc., 412-414 Twelfth 
Whittier John W. (Whittier & Peckham) res 516 Seventh 
Whittle Edwin A., carpenter W. D. Co., res Willow bet 

Williain and Atlantic 
Whitton Abel, manager University Press, res NW cor 

Brown and Telegraph av 
Whitton Charles F., shorthand reporter, res N s Edwards 

nr Telegraph av 
Whitver James, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 
Wholesale Butchers' Association of Oakland, 1068 Broad- 
way, room 4 
Wiand Reubin, carpenter, res 1166 Market 
Wiard Edward, proprietor Shellmound Park, Shellmound 

Station, Northern R. R. 



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OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 465 

Wichelhausen H., manager Oakland Shirt Factory, 479 Ninth 

Wichrowski Henry T., steward Eureka Hotel 

Wickersham Albert, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mill, res 371 
Fifth 

Wickersham Harry T., printer Evening Democrat, res NE 
cor Twelfth and Broadway 

Wickersham M. S. Mrs., lodging house, 1104 Broadway 

WIEMEYER, SCHUTT & SCHMITT (K. F. Wiemeyer, 
A. M. Schuttand Carl Schmitt) Journal Company, SE 
cor Broadway and Eighth 

Wiemeyer K. F. (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) res Sacra- 
mento City 

Wieners William, cigarmaker with Frederick Albrecht. res 
cor Short and Bay 

Wieser & Meves (John Wieser and Otto Meves) watchmak- 
ers and jewelers, 1008 Broadway 

Wieser John (Wieser & Meves) res 1003 Broadway 

WIGGIN & EELLS (M. P. Wiggin and C. P. Eells) attys- 
at-law, Union Savings Bank Building 

Wiggin Charles T., clerk with George Pinkham, res S s 
Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av 

Wiggin Marcus P. (Wiggin & Eells) atty-at-law, Union Sav- 
ings Bank Building, res 1015 Linden 

Wight A. S., res S s Elm nr Valley 

Wightman James, res Bellevue House 

Wilber Ernest, conductor C. P. R. R., res 1659 Eighth 

Wilbert Jacob, furniture, store and res 1212 Broadway 

Wilbur Sidney Rev., rector Church of the Advent, res Six- 
teenth av nr East 16th 

Wilbur William S., carpenter, res 965 Castro 

Wilcox Block, SW cor Broadway and Ninth 

Wilcox Carlos H., carpenter, res W s San Pablo av nr 
Twenty-first 

Wilcox Charles, carpenter, res NE cor Third and Franklin 

Wilcox Clark, laborer, res cor Third and Franklin 

Wilcox David, lumber, res 318 Fourteenth 

Wilcox Herbert E., capitalist, office 956 Broadway, res 
Grand Central Hotel 

Wilcox House, Mrs. K. L. Nichols proprietress, SW cor 
Ninth and Broadway 

Wilde Francis B., real estate (S. F.) res 903 Jackson 

Wilde John R., atty-at-law (S. F.) res 606 Sixteenth 

Wilds & Walker (John A. Wilds and Adam Walker) new and 
second-hand furniture, 833 Washington 

Wilds John A. (Wilds & Walker) res E s Eleventh av bet 
East 11th and East 12th 



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460 OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 

Wildt William, watchmaker California "Watch Co., res Park 

House, W. B. 
Wiley Frederick W., laborer C. P. K. B., res E s Pine nr 

Atlantic 
WELKENS C., res 1034 Adeline 
Wilkens John, night watchman Samm's Mill, res NE cor Clay 

and Fourth 
Wilkenson Boderigo, messenger (S. F.) res S s Chase nr 

Pine 
Wilkerson W. S., groceries and crockery, glassware, etc., 

1325 San Pablo av 
Wilkie David, bookkeeper Victor S. M. Co., res 560 Clay 
Wilkins Chas. W., carpenter, res S s Fourteenth nr Webster 
Wilkins John H. B., atty-at-law (S. F.) res SE cor Adeline 

and Sixteenth 
Wilkinson Charles T., teacher D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Wilkinson Thomas, res W s Eleventh av bet East 16th and 

East 17th 
WILKINSON WARRING, principal Deaf and Dumb and 

Blind Asylum 
Wilkinson W T . H., cabinetmaker C. P. B. P., res S s William 

bet Wood and Pine 
Wilkinson W. J. (Lough & Wilkinson) res 516 Fifth 
Willard George A., clerk W. D. Co., res 542 East 11th 
Willard H. B., matron D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Willard John F., machinist, res 1068 Wood 
Willard Maurice, salesman with A. Lippmann, res Washing- 
ton nr Sixth 
Willcutt George B., student University, res 927 Linden 
Willcutt Joseph L., secretary S. P. B. E. (S. F.) res 927 

Linden 
Wiilebrands John H., res AV s Center bet Sixteenth and 

Seventeenth 
Willett Eliza Miss, res S s Division bet Wood and Pine 
Willey F. W., car repairer Northern E. E., res cor Pine and 

Atlantic 
Willey L. A. Miss, proprietress Mansion House, Broadway 

bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Williams A. A., carpenter W. D. Co. 

Williams A. F., mining, res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty- 
fourth 
Williams Alexander G., collector with Weston & Welch 
Williams AndreAv Mrs., res Ns East 17th bet Ninth and 

Tenth avs 
Williams Arthur A., stairbuilder W. D. Co., res cor Twelfth 

and W T illow 



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OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 467 

Williams B. F., sliipjoiner W. D. Co., res W s Chester nr 

Ninth 
Williams B. S. E., watchman C. P. E. E., res Wood bet 

Eighth and Chase 
Williams Caleb O., contractor, res 1563 Brush 
Williams Charles, laborer C. P. E. B., res 1663 Atlantic 
Williams Charlotte Mrs., dressmaker, 473 East 12th 
Williams C. S., master mariner, res 1020 Eighth av 
Williams Curtis P., master mariner, res 512 East 15th 
Williams Edgar, civil engineer with Thompson & West, res 

1313 Broadway 
Williams Edmond, car repairer C. P. E. E., res Eailroad 

Exchange Hotel 
Williams Emanuel, laborer, res E s Bristol nr Seventh, W.B. 
Williams Frauk G., gardener, res SW cor Brown and 

Grove 
Williams George, res E s Sixth av bet East 18th and East 

19th 
Williams George H., res 1019 Eighth 
Williams George E., atty-at-law (S. F.) res W s Eighth av 

bet East 16th and East 17th 
Williams Harry D., engineer, res S s East 14th bet Tenth 

and Eleventh avs 
Williams Harry G., driver with Michael McGrath, res NW 

cor Eighteenth and Kirkham 
Williams Henry K., laborer, res Overland House 
Williams Hinckley, carpenter, res 813 Castro 
Williams James, driver Fashion Livery Stable 
Williams James,, horseshoer, 413 Fourth, res 712 Franklin 
Williams J. E., oil portraits, 454 Twelfth 
Williams Jeremiah, carpenter, res 172 Second 
Williams J. Fisher, manager with William T. Coleman & 

Co. (S. F.) res 1165 West 
Williams J. H. H., broker, res Kelsey House 
Williams J. M., laborer, res Overland House 
Williams J. N., capitalist, res 1303 Grove 
Williams John, horsetrainer Oakland Trotting Park, res E s 

Adeline nr Thirty-sixth 
Williams John, laborer, res Eagle House 
Williams John W., decorator, res W s Poplar nr Eighth 
Williams Joseph, engineer, res 511 Third 
Williams J. S., grocer (S. F.) res 1024 Chester 
Williams Lewis, helper Oakland Planing Mill, res Nineteenth 

av bet East 14th and East 15th 
Williams Lucius L., patternmaker (S. F.) res S s Eleventh 
bet Castro and Brush 



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468 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Williams L. W., spring-bed maker (S. F.) res E s Ellsworth 
nr Bancroft way, B. 

Williams Lyman, barber with W. H. Stewart, 853 Broadway 

Williams Manuel, laborer, res E s Seventh nr Bristol, W. B. 

WiJliams Mark A., painter, res 551 Charter 

Williams Mary Miss, res 477 Eighth 

Williams Nelson W., photographer (S. F.) res S s Seward 
bet Willow and Campbell 

WILLIAMS NICHOLAS, bakery and restaurant, 463-465 
Seventh, res Bartlett House 

Williams Prince Albert, res S s East 34th nr Fourteenth av 
Lynn 

Williams Robert, carpenter W. D. Co., res Railroad Ex- 
change Hotel 

Williams R. S. E., special policeman C. P. R. R. shops, 
res W s Seventh nr Pine 

Williams Samuel, editor Bulletin (S. F.) res S s Frederick 
nr Telegraph av 

Williams Sherrod, student University 

Williams Thomas C, paperhanger, SE cor East 12th and 
Eleventh av, res 823 Magnolia 

Williams Thomas C. Mrs., human hair, SE cor East 12th 
and Eleventh av 

Williams Thomas H., res 1051 Market 

Williams Thomas J., res 1551 Brush 

Williams Thomas S. (King & Williams) res Webster nr Six- 
teenth 

Williams Thomas T., horseshoer, 413 Fourth, res 710 Frank- 
lin 

Williams Thomas W., master mariner, res E s Webster bet 
Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

Williams William, bootmaker, res 471 East 12th 

Williams William, carpenter, res The Home, B. 

Williams W., res 1772 Seventh 

Williams Z., carpenter W. D. Co., res N s William bet 
Wood and Willow 

W T illiams — , clerk Great Eastern Auction Store, res NE cor 
Third and Franklin 

Williamson A. A., carpenter, res 1354 Eighth 

Williamson Ida, domestic, 956 Twelfth 

Williamson James, hackman, cor Broadway and Seventh, res 
Harrison bet Fifth and Sixth 

Williamson J. W., salesman with Mellis Bros., 971-973 
Broadway 

Williamson Thomas, res 800 Brush 

Willis M. W., bandmaster (S. F.) res 212 Second 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 469 

Willis V. J. Mrs., res 1240 Adeline 

Willits Perry, res X s East lltli bet Seventh and Eighth avs 

Willoe John J., laborer, res El Dorado House 

Willow Grove Park, C. W. Avers proprietor, N s University 
av, bet Third and Fifth, W. B. • 

Willson Julia A. Miss, teacher drawing and painting, Gold- 
en Gate Academy 

Willson X. J., civil engineer, res Eureka Hotel 

Willy John W., carpenter, res 1117 West 

Willy George F., blacksmith, res 1117 West 

Wilson Adelbert, policeman, res 818 Clay 

Wilson Albeit, student Oakland Business College, res Ala- 
meda 

Wilson Andrew, clerk with W. H. Parkinson, res 575 Tenth 

Wilson, Benke <fc Co. (D. E. Wilson and Charles G. Benke) 
saloon and billiards, 1219 Broadway 

Wilson Caroline Mrs., res W s Ninth av bet East 16th and 
East 17th 

Wilson Charles, carpenter, res 1913 Myrtle 

Wilson Charles E., atty-at-law (S.F.) res 716 Ninth 

Wilson Clara Miss, res N s Short nr Cedar 

Wilson David B., insurance agent (S. F.) resNW cor Curtis 
and Twentieth 

Wilson D. Pt. (Wilson, Benke & Co.) res Stewart's Hotel 

Wilson Edward G., milkman, res East 23d nr Thirteenth 
av 

Wilson Frank, laborer C. P. Ft. Ft. 

Wilson George, carpenter, res Golden Star Hotel 

Wilson George L., student University, res Chi Phi House 

Wilson James, res Tubbs' Hotel 

Wilson James, cigarmaker, res N s Short nr Cedar 

Wilson James, proprietor Standard Saloon, cor San Pablo 
and University avs 

Wilson J. H. Mrs?, res 946 Myrtle 

Wilson John W. (Smith & Wilson) res 713 Broadway 

Wilson John, blacksmith with T. D. Wevmouth, res 366 
Ninth 

Wilson Joseph, res SE cor Wood and Goss 

Wilson M. D. Mrs., homoeopathic physician, 1207 Broad- 
way 

WILSON M. R. MRS., proprietress The Centennial, NE 
cor Fourteenth and Clay 

Wilson Priscilla Mrs., res cor Goss and Wood 

Wilson Richard F., carpenter, res 1536 Curtis 

Wilson Samuel H., baker, res N s Lydia nr Curtis 

Wilson Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res 530 Ninth 



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470 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

WILSON SEWING MACHINE AGENCY, George S. 

Naismith, 1063 Broadway 
Wilson Sidney H., carpenter, res W s Kirkham nr Tenth 
Wilson William, laborer, res 720 Myrtle 
Wnson William, painter, res The Home, Berkeley 
Wilson William, ship joiner, res N s Atlantic nr Willow 
Wilson William, watchmaker and jeweler, 961 Broadway 
Wilson William C, clerk and telegraph operator, Tubbs' 

Hotel 
Wilson — , painter with Hall & Coulter, res Lathrop House 
Wiltermood Lemuel S., carpenter, res S s Thirty -ninth nr 

Telegraph av 
Wimble Thomas, expressman, cor Eighth and Broadway, 

res cor Twenty-fourth and Broadway 
Winans Joseph W. jr., student University, res Berkeley 

Hotel 
Winans M. L., car cleaner C. P. B. B., res Bailroad Ex- 
change Hotel 
Winant Charles P., with N. Williams, res 711 Fourth 
Winant James J., master mariner, res 912 Fifth 
Winant M. Mrs., widow, res 912 Fifth 
Winant William W., oysterman, res 711 Fourth 
Winchester John P., with Main & Winchester (S. F.) res 

555 Hobart 
Windham Anna, domestic, D. and D. and B. Asylum 
Winegar Harry P., student University 
Winegart Louis, butcher, res Boff ' s Hotel 
Wines C. D., inspector Custom House (S. F.) res W s 

Wood bet William and Seventh 
Wines Susan, widow, res N s Short nr Bay 
Wines William, clerk with William G. Dinsmore 
Winetrout Elizabeth, widow, res Goss nr Point 
Wing Hop (Chinese) laundry, SW cor Seventh and Chester 
Wing Lee (Chinese) laundry) 312 Twelfth 
Wing Sing (Chinese) laundry, N s Seventh bet Wood and 

Willow 
Wingate I. C, expressman, res 701 Washington 
Wingate J. W., car repairer C. P. K. B. 
Wingate — , laborer W. D. Co., res W s Henry nr First 
Winkler Jacob, barber with G. Briones, res 612 Fourth 
Winlock James, molder, res NW cor Twelfth av and East 11th 
Winn Charles, farmer, cor College and Vernon avs 
Winn Patrick, car repairer C. P. B. B., res S s Third bet 

Linden and Filbert 
Winny W., carpenter, res 306 Seventh 
Winsett A. D., lather, res Winthrop House 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 471 

Winslow Edward J., res E s Wood bet Goss and Eighth 
Winslow Henry Mrs., res E s Wood bet Goss and Eighth 
Winslow Henry E., engineer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res E s Wood 

bet Goss and Eighth 
Winslow Terrence, calker W. D. Co., res N s Forty-ninth nr 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Winsor Celia, domestic Zeta Psi Hall 
WINSOR HOUSE, C. C. Wheeler proprietor, SWcor Ninth 

and Washington 
Winsor Serrill (Miller & Winsor) res 616 East 12th 
Winter Louisa Mrs., res 616J East 12th 
Winterbrock R., painter, res 1412 Broadway 
Wintersen Samuel, master mariner, res 329 Third 
Winthrop House, Andrew McGarry proprietor, 409 Seventh 
Wintringer Leander, superintendent Oakland. Brooklyn and 

Fruit Vale R. R., res Tubbs' Hotel 
WIRTH CHARLES G., wines, liquors and cigars, 321 East 

12th, res N s East 14th bet Nineteenth and Twentieth avs 
Wise E. Mrs., milliner, 472 Twelfth 
Witherell Bertha Miss, res 829 Sixteenth 
Withers Mary Mrs., cook, 503 Eleventh 
Witkowsky Henry, salesman, res 511 Tenth 
Witt Andrew, driver Washington Brewery, res NE cor Broad- 
way and Sixth 
Witt Catherine Mrs., res NE cor Chester and Seventh 
Wo Sing (Chinese) laundry, 474 Sixth 
Woelffel Richard, bookkeeper with I. S. Van Winkle & Co. 

(S. F.) res 1026 Peralta 
Woerner Jacob, butcher, 18 City Market, res cor Fifteenth 

and Jefferson 
Wolbern August F., farmer, res N s University av nr Tenth, 

W. B. 
Wolfe Joseph M., picture agent, res 1557 Seventh 
Wolff Emil, bakery, 1836 Seventh 
Wolff M. H., groceries, 1157 Seventh 
Wolff Morris H., baker, res 1836 Seventh 
Wolff Rebecca, domestic, 517 Ninth 
Wolf kill Charles E., canvasser Singer Sewing Machines, res 

315 Eleventh 
Wolfsolm W., merchant, res 362 Eighth 
Wollenweber Fannie, nurse, res bet McAdam and Fourth av 

east of Broadway 
Wolter Reimer, Avines and liquors, saloon and res W T s Thir- 
teenth av bet East 12th and East 14th 
WONDERLICH J. P., proprietor Oasis Wine Rooms, 905 

Broadway, res 359 Tenth 



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472 OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 

Wood <fc Kroll (W. T. Wood and W. F. Kroll) cigars and 

tobacco, 1010 Broadway 
Wood Alfred, clerk Avitli C. B. Rutherford, res S s Sixteenth 

bet Castro and Brush 
Wood Frank J., paper carrier, res 662 Brown 
Wood George R., painter, res NE cor Peralta and Watts 
Wood Henry, special policeman, res N s Twentieth bet West 

and Brush 
Wood James E., carpenter, res cor Third and Franklin 
Wood James E., carpenter, res cor Pine and Seward 
Wood James E. Mrs., dressmaker, cor Pine and Seward 
Wood J. W.j ticket collector Oakland Ferry, res 910 Myrtle 
Wood Lauren A., brakeman C. P. R. R., res N s Twelfth nr 

Center 
Wood Robert W., with I. & A. M. Cook (S. F.) res E s 

Chestnut bet Tent i and Twelfth 
Wood Sarah, with Cal. Watch Co., res E s Third nr Univer- 
sity av, W. B. 
Wood Thomas, landscape gardener, res 1814 Grove 
W'ood Walter, painter with C. B. Rutherford 
Wood W. H., printer (S. F.) res 1769 Seward . 
Wood William, gilder with Cal. Watch Co., res E s Third nr 

University av, W. B. 
Wood William jr., with Cal. Watch Co., res E s Third nr 

University av, W. B. 
Wood W. T. (Martin, Kroll & Co. and Wood & Kroll) res 

1010 Broadway 
Wood William E., bookkeeper with J. M. Walker & Co. (S. 

F.) res 214 Eleventh 
Wood W. L., shipjoiner, res NE cor Cedar and Atlantic 
Woodall James, baggageman S. P. R. R., res Third nr 

Chester 
Woodbeck John C, blacksmith C. P. R. R., res Pine nr 

Seventh 
Woodbury — , pisciculturist, res Berkeley Hotel 
Woodhouse John J., paper carier, res N s Nineteenth nr 

Market 
Woods Charles L., waiter with B. J. Donahue, res 1093 Third 
Woods Charles Y., laborer C. P. R. R., res 1093 Third 
WOODS DAVID, groceries and liquors, SW cor Third and 

Myrtle 
Woods Joseph T., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 1093 Third 
Woods Reuben, oculist and aurist, office and res NW cor 

Seventh and Washington 
Woods R. C, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 1093 Third 
Woods Samuel S., res NE cor Eighth and Jefferson 



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OAKLAND [W] DIRECTORY. 473 

Woods — , pedlar, res 271 Ninth 

WOODWARD & BAILEY (John K. Woodward and Oscar 
J. Bailey) proprietors American Restaurant, NW cor 
Thirteenth av and East 11th 
WOODWARD & TAGGART, (E. W. Woodward and Grant 
I. Taggart) real estate agents and auctioneers, 460-462 
Eighth 
W 7 oodward Charles, painter W. D. Co., res 671 Fourth 
WOODWARD EDWIN W. (Woodward & Taggart) res 156 

East 12th 
Woodward George, clerk with T. Lancaster, res Twenty- 
first and West 
Woodward Gideon, real estate, res 567 Third 
Woodward John, carpenter, res AV s Louise nr B 
Woodward John K. (Woodward & Bailey) res NW cor East 

11th and Thirteenth av " 
Woodward Joseph, carpenter, res W s Louise nr B 
Woodward Robert, carpenter, res W s Louise nr B 
Woodworth James, hackman, NW cor Seventh and Broad- 
way, res 655 Linden 
W T oof John, carpenter W T .D. Co., res W s Willow nr Twelfth 
Woof AVilliam, messenger A. and P. Co., W. O. 
Woolley John C, boilermaker AV. D. Co., res E s Choate bet 

D wight way and Channing, B. 
AVoolsey E. H., physician and surgeon, office 1104 Broad- 
way, res Grand Central Hotel 
Woolsey James B., farmer, res W s Telegraph av 1 mile 

south of University 
Woolsey Katie F. Miss, student University 
Woolsey Mollie Miss, student University 
Wor Yink (Chinese) laundry, cor Locust and Telegraph av 
Work J. W., res E s East 14th nr Thirtieth av 
Wormser Samuel I., stiident University 
WRIGHT & CO. (Thomas J. Wright) groceries, liquors and 

dry goods, NAV cor University av and Fifth, W. B. 
Wright & Heath (Arthur G. Wright and Frank F. Heath) 

blacksmiths, SE cor University av and Ninth, W. B. 
Wright A. H., carpenter, res NE cor Thirtieth and Union 
Wright Albert, fireman C.P.R.R., res Ns Chase nr Campbell 
Weight Andrew C, butcher (S. F.) res 868 Chester 
Wright Arthur G. (Wright & Heath) res SE cor University 

av and Ninth, W. B 
Wright Benjamin, res NW cor Franklin and Fifth 
Wright Cyrus S. (N. Gray & Co., S. F.) res 758 Tenth 
Wright Doratus, night watchman C. P. R. R., res N s Chase 
nr Willow 



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474 OAKLAND [ W ] DIRECTORY. 

Wright Edward D. (Wright & Stone, S. F.) res Tubbs' Hotel 

Wright Edward E., draughtsman, res 962 Clay 

Wright George, res 612* East 12th 

Wright George, freight clerk C. P. R. R., res Lynn 

Wright George, laborer with E. & A. Newland, res Alta av 

nr Pleasant Valley av 
Wright Henry N., insurance agent (S. P.) res Piedmont av 

nr Piedmont Springs 
Wright Hugh, teamster, res NE cor Third and Franklin 
Wright Isaac, atty-at-law, 754 Broadway, res Grand Central 

Hotel 
Wright James, veterinary surgeon, res 1518 Telegraph av 
Wright James, laborer W. D. Co., res Charter Oak Hotel 
Wright James A., carpenter, res N s Brown nr San Pablo av 
Wright J. B., res Tubbs' Hotel 
Wright J. B., conductor C. P. R. R. 
Wright J. H., carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res Winsor 

House 
Wright John carpenter, res SE cor East 17th and Eleventh av 
Wright Jonathan G., carpenter, res 696 Twenty-sixth 
Wright Mary E., teacher D. and D and B. Asylum, 
Wright Samuel, carpenter, res 696 Twenty-sixth 
Wright S. Mrs., res 571 East 11th 

Wright S. H. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1518 Telegraph av 
Wright Thomas J. (Wright & Co.) res San Pablo 
Wright Thomas S., carpenter and builder, res N s Berkeley 

way nr Shattuck, B. 
Wright William C, clerk with Wright & Co. and operator, 

W.U.Tel. Co., res NW cor University av and Fifth, W.B. 
Wright William H., porter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Wright — Mrs., teacher, res Newland House 
Wright — , millwright Oakland City Flour Mill 
Wright — , carpenter, res W s Shattuck nr D wight way, B. 
Wrin James, gardener, res 1381 Ninth 
Wrin Thomas, res 1381 Ninth 
Wun Chung (Chinese) laundry, 560 Seventh 
Wunder Heniy, teamster with J. Lusk & Co., res cor Tele- 
graph road and Clifton, Temescal 
Wunderlin Stephen, wines and liquors, 422 Eighth 
Wung Lee (Chinese) laundry, 1758 Telegraph av 
Wustefeld Fred., oysterman with George Mayes 
Wyand HenyP., carpenter, res 306 Seventh 
Wyckoff J. I. S., carpenter, res 614 Seventeenth 
Wykoff D. H. carpenter, res N s Eighth bet Wood and Pine 
Wyman B. H., bookkeeper with Berryman & Doyle (S. F.) 

res NW cor Bay place and Broadway 



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Wyman Florence E. Miss, student University 

Wyms John H., driver Meader & Co's Express, res 371 

Fourth 
WYNNE BROS. (James and William Wynne) proprietors 

The Paragon Marsh Mallow Depot, 460 Seventh, nr 

Broadway 
Wynne James (Wynne Bros.) res 460 Seventh 
Wynne Owen, tailor, res 962^ Broadway 
Wynne William (Wynne Bros.) res London, England 
Wythe J. H. Rev., res W s West nr Tenth 
Wythe J. H. jr. Rev., pastor Centennial M. E. Church, res 

W s West nr Tenth 
Wythe S. J. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res W 

s West nr Tenth 
Wythe W. T., physician (S. F.) res W s West nr Tenth 



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Yale Charles G., editor Mining and Scientific Press (S. 

res 179 Third 
Yale Jeremiah S., salesman with Tubbs & Co. (S. F.) 

222 East 15th 
Yale John, clerk County Clerk, res 713 Tenth 
Yard George M., physician, res 621 Webster 
Yarrington Alexander D., sawyer with D. A. Macdonald & 

Co., (S. F.) res E s Adeline nr Eighteenth 
Yarrington E. A. Mrs., ladies' hairdresser, res 858 Jefferson 
Yarrington Thomas D., clerk Custom House (S. F.) res E s 

Adeline nr Eighteenth 
Yates Ann Miss., cook Knox House 
Yates E. L., stockowner, res Oakland Trotting Park 
Yates R, R., with Murphy, Grant & Co. (S. F.) res 573 

Eleventh 
Yates William H., master mariner, res N s Division nr W ood 
Yawart George (Chris. Bauder & Co.) res 838 Broadway 
Yeager Jeremiah (Hardy & Yeager) res Stewart's Hotel 
Yeager Pauline, res S s Seventh bet Filbert and Linden 
Yee Hop (Chinese) laundry, S s Seventh bet Wood and Pine 
Ye Son (Chinese) laundry, 706 Broadway 
Yee Lee (Chinese) laundry, Oakland Point 
Yelland Raymond D., teacher drawing and painting Mills' 

Seminary, res cor Seventh av and East 19th 
Yerick Adam, carpenter, res 958 Grove 
Yerick Clark, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 958 Grove 
Yerxa D., painter, res Tremont House 



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476 OAKLAND [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Yik Lee (Chinese) laundry, 771 East 12th 
Yik Lung (Chinese) employment office, 369 Eighth 
Ying Lung (Chinese) laundry, 652 Broadway 
Yoell Eva Mrs., res NW cor Grove and Eighth 
Yolland Thomas, res 229 Twelfth 

Yore John, student Oakland Business College, res cor Thir- 
teenth and Broadway 
Y r ork Bert, clerk with H. M. Ames 
York Robert, bookkeeper, res 1304 Webster 
Youle William, engineer Pioneer Planing Mill, res Overland 

House . 
Young Abel AY., ship joiner, res SE cor Seventh av and 

East 11th 
Young Albert E., carpenter, res W s Campbell bet Atlantic 

and Pacific 
Young Andrew (McCauley & Young, S. F.) res NE cor 

Eighteenth and Filbert 
Young AndreAv J., mining superintendent, res N s Ninth nr 

Kirkham 
Young A. W., carpenter W. D. Co. 

Young Charles, carpenter, res S s Temescal nr Telegraph av 
Young Henry, housemover, res Golden Star Hotel 
Young Isaac, fireman C. P. R. R., res N s Willow bet Bay 

and Cedar 
Young James M., baggagemaster C. P. R. R., res N s 

Twelfth bet Magnolia and Adeline 
Young John, salesman with D. Stuart, res 957 Jefferson 
Young John, res Cosmopolitan House 

Young John F., clerk Custom House, S. F., res 1008 West 
Young Jos. W. (Murray & Young) res Grand Central Hotel 
Young Ladies' Club, Miss Alice H. Whitcomb president, 

Miss Sarah Bolton treasurer, SE cor University Grounds 

nr Strawberry creek, B. 
Young Lawrence, plasterer, res cor Seventeenth and Grove 
Young Lewis (Burner & Young) res E s Chestnut nr Fifth 
Young Patrick, laborer, res Winthrop House 
Young Thomas D., lumber (S. F.) res 1274 Seventh nr Union 
Young William N., res Grand Central Hotel 
Young — , carpenter, res 362 Eighth 
Youngman George W., laborer Oakland Planing Mill, res 

562 Jackson 
Youngman Henry, carpenter, res 562 Jackson 
Youngman Michael, carpenter, res 562 Jackson 
Youngman Thompson, res 562 Jackson 
Yule John, deputy county clerk, res 713 Tenth 
Yup Wah (Chinese) laundry, 1908 San Pablo av 



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OAKLAND [2] DIRECTORY. 



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Zalud John (Lotka & Zalud) res S. F. 

Zander William E., student University, res Berkeley Hotel 

Zeier George, blacksmith, East 12th bet Eleventh and 

Twelfth avs 
Zeile Frederick TV. jr., student University, res Berkeley 

Hotel 
Zell George, deckhand Oakland Ferry 
Zellner Ferdinand F., music teacher Mills' Seminary, res TV 

s Eleventh av bet East 16th and East 17th 
Zent Isaac TV., res E s Eleventh av bet East 15th and East 

16th 
Zentmayer TVilhelmine Miss, dressmaker, res 519 Eighth 
ZEISS HARRY A., meat market SE cor Chester and Eighth 
Zeta Psi Hall, Howard Stillman president, William M. Van 

Dyke treasurer, S. A. Chapinjr. secretary, E s Audubon 

nr Bancroft