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ACCESSION 



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NOT TO BE TAKEN FROM THE LIBRARY 



FORM 3427-50OO-8-46 



SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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Show Case Manufaoturori ' 



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250 MARKET STREET, 



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Of all Descriptions, 

\ Made to Order Promptly, at Low Prices. 

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^ FOUNTAINS, 

Geirden OrnamenU 

AND 

PLUMBERS' GOODS 

122 and 124 Sutter Street, 



and Fancy Goods. f OAKLA . " 



THE REAL ESTATE UNIOld 

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HOUSES BUILT TO ORDER AND FOR SALE ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, OR FOR CASH. 
Office, rooms 12 and 13 Wilcox Block, Oakland. 

WILLIAM H. JORDAN, Manager. 



ALAWIEDA COUIMTY BRANCH 

OIF THE 
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J.F. HougHioD, - Presiflent. iyf\ ^^sgirrVi'."'rV M:'k^ tL F. K. snanucK, A. c. Henry. 

__, , , . ,.^ R. S. Farrelly, W. B. Harily, 

L. L Bal[er, - - Vice-Prest. ♦. ^^^^^^L^J^- >.^y^-i:^ jos. B. Mariin, T. B, simpsoii 

Clao. Story. - Secretary. f^t^^a^'tC '^^^^fl^ f???"' \T\ 
R. H. Magill, - Genl. Agent. \^}}z^^,QkhU*^jVi,:^^ C. W. Haiuaway. 

OFFICE, 922 and B24~BR0ADWAY, OAKUND 

(Union Bau^i Building.) 




Reliable Indemnity against Uoss and Dania • l>v Vir- '-rnlshed at the ItOWEST RATES coosistent with 
soht ucy i.ml fair iiroiit. 

Losses Promptly Adjusted and Paid. 

Th.i i'l, 111. ,.f tiijs branch Is deposited an ' .: ■ ,. ;n this county, a feature peculiar to the Home Mutual. - 

R. H. MACILL, Manager. 



I'HAN. V. IIAI.I.. W. r.. FRRBTCH, nn<i W. J. EI>EN, Vity A.$;eii(H. 



HOME insi;kaNx;e company 



The only local Company tvliose assets are not concentrated in San Francisco, 
and liable to suffer by conflagfration. 

Head Office, - - - 469 Ninth Street, Oalciand. 

Branch Office, - - - - 415 California St., San Francisco. 

♦♦♦ - 

G. Itt. FISHER PRESIDENT! 

W. P. JONES VICE PJIESIDEXT 

THOS. ARTHIR SECRET \ RY 

ED. E. POTTER GENERAI^ AGENT 

iDITREOTOISS. 

G. M. FISHER, W. P. JONES, C. O. BRIGHAM, SAMUEL BRECK, 

F. K. SHATTrOK, .lOHN ORELLIN. J. S. EMERY, V. D. MOODY, " 

A. J. SNYDER, C. H. TWOMB" FA", TTTOMAS ARTHUR. 



B. C. Di.CK, Sp^cj Agent. 



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IIGI) WiiHliiiij^ioii Street, 

Oi>i>wMlt« <;iiy Hull, 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

IiniKirtci-H ami UoaU-rs in 



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AND 

Umi m IBOI MAITELS. 

ALSO 

And Metal Roofing. 



1120 BROADWAY, 



OAKLAND. 



PHCENIX IRON WORKS 

Nos. 18 and 20 Fremont St.,nr.Marl[el, San Francisco, Cal. 




All kiufis of 



Forjinj \ Machine Work 

PRISON CELLS AND BRIDGE WORK, 
Wrought Iron Girders and Beams, Fire and 
Burglar-Proof Safes, Bank Vaults and 

Bank L' ^ "'-ought Iron Doors and 

Shutters, aTi^hiinds of House-Smith Work, 
Dry Air Compressors for Steam or Water 
Power. 

SteaiiEiKai Horse Powers 



inAi>i': T<» 4»ici>I':r. 



Estimates given for all kinds of Machinery. 

JONATHAN KITTREDGE, Proprietor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



ESTABLISHED 1856. 



Steam Coffee and Spice Mills. 
CHARLES BERNARD 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

Family C hartre s Coffee 

ALWAYS ON HAND 

Roast and Ground Coffee and Spices of all kinds. 

Also, Saleratns, Carbonate of Soda, Cream of 
Tartar and Baking Powder. 

IVos. -ror and 'T'OO SAIVSOMIE ST. 

Cor. 01 Gold, liet. JacKson and Pacific Streets, SAN FRANCISCO. 



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No. 5 SIXTH ST. near Market, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Laloratory for Preserviii ^ow ers, Leayes ; to Dye drasses, Mosses, etc. 

FirBt premium received at 18 World-Expositions, besides many Decorations 
and Diplomas. 

Wedding and Funeral Orders for Fresh and Med Flowers a specialty. 

Artiflcial FloTrer Decorations of every description made up of the finest 
materials ; all work guaranteed to be First-Class. 



Tlie Great Book, WONDERS OF THE FLORA, by H. Acosta KresUen, 

a treatise on all the Flowers and Fancy works ; illustrated. Sent post paid Ql* 50 
to any part of the country. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




SCHUSTER & NIEHAUS, Proprietors. 



Mannfactarers of 9IonIdings, Brackets, Frames, Doors* 

Sash, Blinds: Scroll Sawing, Turning, 

Stair Building, etc, 

WATER TANKS, FENCES and MILL WORK 

Of every description, to order. Orders left at liUinbei- Yard Office, Kast 
Berkeley, will receive prompt attentiou. 



COMecteil Willi tne estaDlislmEnt is a Grist miii, lor grinfllng leeil lor liorses, cattle, etc. 



Calriila Brass M 

125 FIRST ST. 

Opp. Miima, - San Francisco 

WEED ilGWELL 

Agents for 
SEIBERT'S 

Enreia Lnlrlcator, 

BRASS COMPOSITION 



Zinc and Babbitt 
Metal Castings. 



Brass Ship Work of all 
kinds, Spikes, Sheathins, 
Nails, Rudder Braces, Hm 
ges, etc. 

Aiso, Church and Steam- 
boat Belle and Gongs. 

Steam, Liquor, 'Water, Oil 
and Flange Cocks made and 
repaired. 

Hydraulic Pipes and Noz 
ileg And Hose Couplings and 
Connections. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Boat Builder 

Berry Street, 

Bet-ween Third and Fourth Sts., San Francisco. 



BOATS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

Built to order and kept constantly on hand. 



K,E:p-A^iiaiiNrc3- j^TTEzsriDEr) to. 



Stanford Stables 

NORTH SIDE RAILROAD AVENUE, NEAR WOOD, 

(First Station from Wliarf. ) 



C. H. NOR, Proprietor 




Carriases, Rotoays M Mn 

AND MOST STYLISH TURNOUTS 



Furnished at tbe 



Most Moderate Terms in the City. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Alameda Encinal 



Established September 16th, 1869. 



TEfiMSi THREE OOLURS ft VEftB IN ftOVftNCE, 



F. K. KRAUTH, 

Proprietor and Editor. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C. D. WHEAT 
Notary Public 



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San Francisco. 



W. D. FERINE 

irtieitl Stng Will 

1002 BroaSway aid 1 W. Cor. Alice aM Fonrti Sts. 



Sidewalks, Ornamental Walks, Colored Tile, 
Stone Steps. 



BISHOP'S 



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OONXAININ'G 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

STREET GUIDE, 
A RECORD OF THE CITY GOVERNMENT, 

Its Institutions, Etc. 



ALSO, DIEECTORIES OF 



BERKELEY AND ALAMEDA. 



DIKECTOEY PUBLISHING CO., COMPILERS. 



OAKLAND: 
W. B. HARDY, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 
959 BROADWAY, 
DIRECTORY PUBLISHING CO., 518 CLAY ST., S. F. 

1880. 



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STSINWAV AND OTHER PIANOS 

For CasU or on easy Iiistallnieitts. 

;c.3g Bi?.TJEisr3sr'S isa:tj&xc store, 

911 Wa$«hington St., Oakland. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880, by Painter «fe Co. 
in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. 



•- T. C. W. B. S. — • 



Tliere were foroierlj Seven IVoiiders of the ^Vorld, the Eighth Is 



THE SIXTH 'WONDER woulil bo to find a family on the ]*acific Coast that does not use it. 

THE TENTH WONnER i.-.thal It is being slilpped in large quantities to the Atlantic States. 

THE ELEVENTH IVONDER is, that a Soap possessing such remarkable cleansing quali- 
ties as to convert the Drudgerj- of the Kitchen and Laundry into a pleasant pastime, can be 
made at such a low price as to place It within the reach of all. 

EVERY FIRST-CI.ASS CiROCER 

On the Pacific Coast keeps it. If your grocer does not keep it, either give your patronage to the one 

that does, or order a sample box direct from the 

STANDARD SOAP COMPANY 

204 SACRAMENTO STREET. 
rRlCE, $1.75 PER BOX, 

Delivered in San Francisco free. iSample boxes sent to thf; country on receipt of the above price> 
Avith express charges added. BEWAJiK ol the many fraudulent imitations of this celebrated Soap, 
and use none that does not bear the imprint of the Standard Soap Conipan:«'. 

We also manufacture the following superior and well-known brands of Soap : Thomas' Patent 
Glycerine, Kane's Condensed, La Belle Savon, Magnolia, Standard Best, Standard Pure Borax, Coin 
Soap, Roman Kitchen, Stamlard, }'ortman and Challenge Chemical Olive, Magic Bleaching, Har- 
ness Soap, Barl)ers' Soap, Carbolic Sheep Wash, Matlock's Fruit M'ax, Standard, Eureka, and Chal- 
lenge Washing Powders, etc., etc. In fact, we may Justly claim to manufacture the most varied, 
extensive and complete assortment of Family, Laundry, and Toilet Soaps made In the United States. 

Country dealers can purchase our goods fron) any or all the wholesale grocers in San Francisco, 
Sacramento, or Portland, at our regular prices. 

All orders addressed to us direct will receive prompt and careful attention. 

STANDARD SOAP COMPANY, 204 Sacramento St., San Francisco. 



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TABLE OF 


CONTENTS. 


Page. 


Page. 


Alameda. Directory. .. 559 


Municipal Finances . . 24 


Banks 74 

BerUeley Directory 513 

Board of Education ... 36 


Municipal Government of Oakland. . 35 
Municipal Licenses 26 


Notaries Public of Alameda Coimty. . 34 
Oflacial Directory of the County of 

Alameda 31 

Police Department 36 

Population 18 

Post Ofaces . . 78 


Board of Equalization 33 

Board of Supervisors .... 32 


Business Directory of Oak- 
land, Berkeley and Ala- 
meda 6.53 

Churches 55 






City of Oakland 17 


Railroads— Street 77 

Real Estate 18 

Register of Names, Alameda.. 569 
Register of Names, Berkeley . 517 
Register of Names, Oakland.. 95 
Secret Societies . 60 




Courts 33 

Educational 41 

Fire Department 37 

Harbor of Oakland 29 

Improvements 19 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. . 62 

Libraries 75 

Masonic 60 

Military 73 

Miscellaneous Societies 69 


State Deaf and Dumb and Blind Asy- 
lum 54 

Street and Avenue Guide 80 


Universltv of California 43 


Ward Boundaries 37 


fi^" The names of residents of Temescal will 


be found in the register of names of Oakland. 


INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 


Page. 


Page. 

Dixon & Bernstein ih9 

Edwards R. W back cover 

Elite Photograph Gallery... . 735 


Alameda County Branch Home Mu- 

tiial Insurance Co front cover 

Alameda Enciual 557 

Austin & Bonney back cover 










Gilbert & Brown bottom line 

Gladding, McBean & Co 747 


Barnard W. E. & Co 744 


Gordon J. S. G top line and back cover 


Boericke & Tafel back cover 

Bruenn A 14 and front cover 


Hallidie A. S 345 


Hays, Blow & Co back of cover 

Hicks D.& Co 664 


California Electrical Works 


444, 668, 728, 730, 749, 755 


Hirshberg & Lawson 2 


Home Mutual Insurance Co front cover 

Jones, Robinson & Co 735 


Clark G.W top line 

ClarkN 747 

Classical and English School 190 


Kirk C . 701 


Collins T 6 








Coplin A front cover 

Day Thomas 188 

De La Montanya M back cover 

Degen G. F 190 






Luce Geo. J 687 


Magill R. H front cover 


Denniston E. G 748 

Dewey&Co 734 


Montague W. W. & Co 3 



16 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



Page. 

Morrison J. J side line 

Mueller J. C 2 

MuUer C front cover 

Napa Soda Works top line and 

back cover 

NorC.H 6 

Oakland Brewery 667 

Oakland Collection Office bottom line 

Oakland Gas Light Co 383 

Oakland Home Insurance Co front cover 

Oakland Ice Co top line 

and back cover 

Oakland Nursery 38i 

Oakland Steam Carpet Beating Ma- 
chine 170 and 672 

Oakland Tribune 94 

Pacific Mail Steamship Co 763 

Pacific Pottery 747 

Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co 2 

Page F. 8 back cover 

Perine W.D 8 

Phctnix Iron Works 3 

Real Estate Union front cover 



Page. 

Reed Robert 655 

Renken H 661 

RiegerP. & Co 696 

Robinson H 538 

San Francisco Laundry bottom line 

San Francisco Plating Works 748 

SchoUC.F 706 

Schuster & Niehaus 5 

Skinker John 445 

Smith William 761 

Spring Menzo 656 

Standard Soap Co 14 and back of cover 

Stanford Stables 6 

Stevens Charles A 558 

SurryhneE. & Co 463 

Tillmann & Bendel side line 

Tribune, Oakland 94 

Weed & Kingwell 5 

West Berkeley Planing Mills ' 6 

Wheat C. D 8 

Will&Finck 686 

Williams, Dimond & Co 763 



J. S. G. GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 



The City of Oakland. 



Again it becomes the duty of the compiler to lay before 
the public, through the annual edition of the City Directory, 
such facts and figures as shall serve to some extent to illus- 
trate the degree of prosperity which Oakland has enjoyed, 
and the advancement which she has made during another 
year of her history. While the statistical information given 
in the following pages does not show that wonderfully rapid 
growth which characterized several former years, evidence 
is given of a healthy progress and of many substantial gains. 
Oakland is so situated that so long as the State of California 
gives any sign of vitality she must share in its effect. 
The almost total cessation of immigration from?the East for 
a long period has temporarily subjected one of Oakland's 
prime industries, that of the building interest, to compara- 
tive stagnation. Yet as our carefully prepared statistics 
show that not less than five hundred and twelve buildings 
were erected within the city limits during the year 1879, the 
assessed valuation of property increased from $27,730,000 
to $28,348,000. Extensive improvements have been made 
and still greater are in progress and contemplated by the 
Central Pacific Eailroad Company upon the west and south 
of the city. These improvements are such as to show that 
it is the fixed purpose of that corporation to concentrate 
within our borders an enormous shipping interest, one that 
cannot fail to perpetually augment the resources of the city, 
whose growth must be co-relative to that of the State, and 
in fact of the Coast. Further appropriations by Congress 
for harbor improvements, coupled with such conditions as 
can be accepted by all parties, also give new encouragement. 
Competing lines of railway are also in course of construc- 
tion, with promise of early completion. Trade and travel 
both from northern and southern counties will ere long find 
its way here. The material growth of the city is evinced by 
the expenditure of over a million of dollars in improve- 
ments. Still better is the financial showing ; no further 
indebtedness has been incurred, and the public school 
department has been maintained with increased efficiency. 
New manufacturing enterprises are being inaugurated with 



Collect Your Bills aiD«„yk 



_ . and BKOADWAV, Up Stairs. 

2 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Marm St„S. F., Imponer Frencn aud Englisli WALL PAPERS 



18 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

a promise of securing to all who desire to labor, steady 
employment. So many are the advantages and attractions 
of Oakland as a place of residence, that ]3eople from all 
parts of the State are here constantly seeking homes. Many 
new suburban residences of great beauty have been erected, 
and others are being built. The equable climate, the unsur- 
passed educational facilities, easy and rapid transit to the 
commercial metropolis, all tend to concentrate population 
here. Yet the returns of the Federal Census, now being 
taken, will disappoint many. The truth is the population 
not only of Oakland, but of San Francisco, and in fact of 
nearly all American cities, has been estimated too high. 
Oakland will show about 35,000 inhabitants, an increase 
unparalleled in the State or Union during the past ten years. 
At the last enumeration, that of 1870, the population was 
but 10,000. We regret that the exact figures are unattainable 
for this issue of the Directory, as the canvass is yet incom- 
plete. 

Real Estate. 

The long continued activity which characterized the real 
estate market of Oakland, Berkeley and Alameda for several 
years, has not been evident during the past year. Sales have 
been limited and prices have not been maintained, except for 
choice business property. Residence property in choice lo- 
cations is, however, much sought for by persons of large 
means and those retiring from business. Especially is this 
true of suburban property and sites commanding extensive 
views. Washington street property has also held its own 
well, and the establishment of wholesale houses on that 
thoroughfare has a tendency to raise values. Auction sales 
of outside lots have been unsuccessful and nothing but an 
upward turn in business affairs will restore the old time 
buoyancy of prices. The location of manufactories in this 
city will have a more direct and immediate effect upon the 
prices of real estate than any other cause. And it is grati- 
fying to know that prospects are good for the early erection 
of important industrial works in our midst. 

The usual annual record of sales is omitted owing to the 
fact that no compilations have been made, but it may be 
stated that estimates by the best authorities do not place the 
figures at above three millions of dollars for the year 1879. 
Even this figure may be considered as an exceedingly favor- 
able indication for Oakland, in a period like that through 
which we have been passing. 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



[■as Geary St., San Francisco. 
862 Broadway, Oakland. 



J. S. G. GORDON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ICE, 365 Tenth. 



BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS. 19 



Building Improvements. 

Contrary to the almost universally accredited predictions 
at the opening of the building season of 1879, a smaller 
number of houses has been erected than for any year since 
1873. The causes of this comparative quiet in building 
operations are plainly apparent. Social agitations in the 
metropolis, tended to render capital wary; the unusually 
light immigration limited the demand for houses; shrinkage 
of values and of rents rendered residence property less re- 
munerative; and the lack of an extended system of manu- 
facturing industries left numbers without regular employ- 
ment and consequently without the incentive even when 
possessing the means for building homes. Great activity in 
building had prevailed for several years, hundred of stores 
and thousands of dwellings had been erected, a large part 
which were for rent or for sale on installments — hence with 
new comers arriving in but limited numbers the supply of 
houses of late has been nearly up to the demand, and the 
city has, in common parlance, "taken a rest." 

This term in Oakland does not mean absolute inactivity, 
but rather a gradual and healthy growth. Accurate reports 
have been made weekly by the city's statistician, which 
summarized show that five hundred and twelve houses of all 
classes were built during the year 1879 at an aggregate cost, 
as ascertained from the owners, builders or architects, of 
$1,021,115. Citizens of Oakland can point with some degree 
of pride to even such a record of substantial progress during 
a period of doubt, depression and comparative stagnation. 



BUSINESS HOUSES ERECTED. 

One brick block, located on San Pablo Avenue, between 
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, was built by Remillard 
Bros., at a cost of 112,000. 

Eighty-five structures of wood, designed for business pur- 
poses, were erected at a cost in the aggregate of $115,250. 
In this list are included stores, manufactories, shops, offices, 
etc. Among the more important may be mentioned the 
Clinton Flouring Mills, the East Oakland Planing Mills, 
the Grove-street Planing Mills, and May's Livery Stables 
and Depot of the Brooklyn and Fruit Yale Eailroad Com- 
pany, all rebuilt after destruction by fire, the Oakland Soap 
Works and Bettmann's Block on East Central Avenue. 



GILBERT & BROWN 



Offer tHe most DesiraWe Residence Property on tlie Coast. 

Call at No. 2 Park Row, Park Street, Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 HaiKet St., S. F., WMesale and Retail Mer in Paper Hangings 



20 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



DWELLING HOUSES. 



To show the cost in detail of the new dwellings added to 
the city during the year, and to give an indication of the 
character of our gain, a carefully prepared table is ap- 
pended : 



Average Cost. 

$ 200 

250 

300 

350 

400 

450 

500 

600 

675 

700 

750 

800 

850 

900 

925 

975 

1,000 

1,100 

1,150 



15 1.200 

1 1,230 

1 1,285 

11 1,300 

3 1,350 

7 1,400 



No. Average Cost. 
27 2,000 

2 $ 2,100 

5 2,20C 

7 2,250 

3 2,400 

16 2,500 

2 2,600 

3 

3 

1 

2 

1 

13 

2 

1 



2,700 

2,750 

2,800 

2,850 

2,900 

3,000 

3,200 

3,300 

10 3,500 

3 3,700 

14 

2 

3 

1 



4,000 

4,250 

4,500 

4.750 

6 5,000 

2 5,500 

2 6,000 

2 7,000 

2 7,500 

2 8,000 

8,500 

10,000 

11,000 

12,000 

13,000 

15,000 

25,000 



20 1,500 

1 1,550 

8 1,600 

1 1,650 

3 1,700 

15 1,750 

3 1,800 

3 1,900 

1 1,925 

Total number buildings, 421. Total cost, $795,165. 

New residences of which especial mention may be made 
are those of — 

Albert Miller, corner of Union and Fourteenth streets, 
costing $25,000. 

Dr. J. r. Geary, on Telegraph avenue, costing $15,000. 

A. Chabot, corner of East Fifteenth and Second avenue, 
costing $13,000. 

Judge John Garber, Claremont avenue, , costing $12,000. 

W. E. Hale, in the suburbs, costing $11,000. 

Lloyd Vernon, on Vernon street, costing $8,500. 



SI? T A TT'MTl'R Y ^^slilno: called lor and Delivered lu S. F., OaKland, Alameda, Berkeley, 
. r. iliiUnUIll. Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



GREAT REDUCTION in Price of Ice, at GORDON'S, 365 TENTH. 



BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS. 21 

Carroll Cook, on Lake street and the shores of Lake 
Merritt, costing $12,000. 

George R. Lang, on East Fourteenth street, near Thir- 
teenth avenue, costing $7,000. 

Dr. Pinkertou, on Thirteenth avenue, near East Twenty- 
sixth street, costing $7,500. 

P. M. Moe, on the corner of Harrison and Durant streets, 
costing $6,000. 

Mrs. Snowball, on Harrison street, near Durant, costing 
$5,000. 

Joseph Scotchler, on Central avenue and Chestnut street, 
costing $3,700. 

J. K. Cutting, on Chester street, near Ninth, costing 
$3,500. 

W. r. Boardman, on Grove street, near Seventeenth, 
costing $3,500. 

Prominent among the builders are John Ziegenbein who 
built about thirty houses during the year, the Eeal Estate 
Union which erected three first-class residences on Seven- 
teenth street near Castro, four on Ninth between Oak and 
Madison, three on Jackson near Tenth, averaging in cost 
about $5,000 each, besides several cottages. 

James De Fremery, who built two large residences on 
Poplar street, near Fourteenth, costing $4,000 each, and E. 
C. Sessions, who improved Highland Park, East Oakland, 
by the erection of four large residences, costing $6,500 each. 

Many other substantial improvements might be men- 
tioned, as well as the names of other enterprising builders, 
bul the above suffices to show that a good degree of enter- 
prise prevails and that a fair number of costly and elegant 
houses have been erected. 

Public Improvements, School Buildings, Etc. 

The Hall of Records, described elsewhere, was built during 
the year at a cost of $75, 000. The public school facilities 
were increased by additions to the Prescott, the Franklin 
and the Lincoln school buildings at a cost of $10,200, and 
affording an additional seating capacity of 595. 

Four buildings designed for private educational purposes 
have been added to the already large facilities enjoyed by 
Oakland as an educational center. These are the English 
and Classical School building, erected at a cost of $2000; 
the St. Anthony Society building, in East Oakland, costing 
$4500; the new building of the Christian Brothers, costing 
$4000, and that of St. Mary's, costing $3000. 



The "Oakland" Collection Office.'""^ ""■^^"'- 



8th and Broadway, up stairs 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 MaiKei St., S. F.-Complete siocK ol Paper Hangings-SKillIul WorKmen. 



22 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



SUMMARY — FOR 1879. 

No. Cost. 

Dwellings erected 421 $795,165 

Business houses, manufactories, etc 86 127,250 

Private school buildings 4 13,500 

Hall of Records 1 75,000 

Additions to public school buildings 10,200 



Total 512 $1,021,115 



The Coming Year. 

The year 1880 opened with fair prospects of a continued 
healthy activity in building enterprises. Much will depend, 
however, upon the return of general prosperity throughout 
the State, and a consequent increase of immigration. While 
Oakland is growing more rapidly than any other city in the 
State, it is the first to feel the stimulating influence of pro- 
gress and success in agricultural and mining enterprises 
throughout the borders of the commonwealth. Since the 
commencement of the year, about one hundred and fifty 
buildings have been erected, comprising among them a 
number of costly private residences. One three-story brick 
block, that of Mr. E. Hook, has been erected on Broadway 
at a cost of over $20,000. AYork on the Masonic Temple is 
progressing rapidly, and will be completed during the sea- 
son, being, by odds, the finest structure in the city. A large 
brick block is in course of construction on Eleventh street, 
between Broadwa}' and Washington. Other fine business 
blocks are contemplated on Broadway, Numerous elegant 
suburban residences are being built or will soon be com- 
menced. Altogether, the present year's progress will prob- 
ably prove eminently satisfactory. 



Manufactures. 

The most important manufacturing industry of Oakland 
is that of flour. Three mills, with large facilities, run con- 
stantly, and manufacture, in the aggregate, $1,200,000 in 
value per annum. From one of these mills extensive ship- 
ments are made to Asia and the Sandwich Islands. 

The amount of beer produced annually bv the breweries 
of Oakland is 600,000 gallons. 

Several planing and wood-working mills supply the local 
demand, besides shipping quantities of dressed material 
abroad. 



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Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



J. S. G. GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 



MUNICIPAL FINANCES. 23 

Three tanneries produce annually about $90,000 value in 
leather. 

Fruit and vegetable canning is extensiyelj carried on in 
the northern suburbs of the city. Several hundred hands 
finding employment during the busy season. 

The Oakland Bag Manufactory, located on the eastern 
shore of Lake Merritt, is extensively engaged in making 
sacks, and employs about 500 Chinamen. 

There are also iron and boiler works on a limited scale, 
and manufactories of cigars, boots and shoes, gloves, dental 
goods, together with many other minor articles. 

A woolen factory with a capital of one hundred thousand 
dollars has been organized, and its managers contemplate 
commencing work early the ensuing autumn. 

The Public Schools. 

The public schools of Oakland are a source of just pride 
to her citizens, affording as they do educational advantages 
that are unsurpassed in any city on the continent. To the 
admirable management of Hon. F. M. Campbell, present 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and under whose 
fostering care the school system of Oakland was developed 
and improved, much is due. 

During the past year, although no new public school 
buildings have been erected, some considerable additions 
have been made to the school accommodations. Four rooms 
each have been added to the Prescott, Franklin, and Lincoln 
school buildings, affording seats for 595 pupils. 

The school census taken in June, 1879, shows the following 
result : 

CHILDEEN OF SCHOOL AGE. 

First Ward 2,158 

Second Ward 1,252 

Third Ward 968 

Fourth Ward 1,319 

Fifth Ward 435 

Sixth Ward 695 

Seventh Ward 1,123 



Total 7,950 

Number for previous j-ear 6,679 

Increase 1,271 

Niimber of children under five years of age 3,633 

Number the previous year .- 3,259 



Increase 374 

Total number of children in the city under 17 years of age. 11,583 



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UIIUCllOC UlUWII. Oifered at No. 2 Park Row, Park street, Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 MarUet St., S. F., tie finest collection ol Modern Art Paper Hangings. 



24 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



ATTENDANCE. 

Number between 5 and 17 who have attended Public School during 

the year 5,490 

Number of like age who have attended private schools but no public 

schools during the year 750 

Number of like age who have attended no school during the year .... 1,710 
Number of children enrolled in the Public Schools January 15, 1879. 5,315 
Number enrolled on November 20, 1879 5,503 

The number of teachers employed is 124 

The average number of pupils to each teacher 44 

The average salary paid each teacher $74 79 

Aggregate amount paid for teachers' salaries during the year 1879 $115,131 29 

Salaries of Superintendent, Janitors, etc 13,910 96 

Building and Real Estate 17,243 22 

Miscellaneous expenditures 23,589 12 

Grand total $169,874 59 



Municipal Finances. 

The following statement from the books of the City Clerk 
and Treasurer, Mr. James Docls, will show the receipts and 
disbursements on municipal account for the year 1879. 
There is an increase in the receipts over the preceding year 
of $11,000 ; the aggregate being $458,954 35 against $447,- 
967 78 for the year 1878. The expenditures were $285,- 
688 26, for all purposes except public schools, the latter 
costing $174,220 81, bringing the total up to .$459,910 07, 
about $20,000 less than for the year 1878. It is noticeable 
that the sum of $17,000 was paid for teachers salaries in ex- 
cess of the sum paid in 1878. General current expenses 
were about the same. A liberal sum was paid to secure the 
advantages of the Free Library, namely about $13,000. 
Judiciously managed this is money well expended. 



THE BONDED DEBT. 

The bonded debt of the city is $654,000, the amount be- 



e F I AIINDRY prompt attention to orders for WASHINGc 



Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



All kinds of PURE ICE CREAM made to order at GORDON'S. 



MUNICIPAL FIXANXES. 



25 



ing unchanged from last rear. The following 
particulars concerning the bonded debt : 



table shows 



For what Purposes. 



Rate 
Interest 



Amount of 

Yearly 
Interest. 



Erection of Citv Hall . . 


1868 


$50,000 


1883 


10 


$5,000 00 


Carpentier Judgment. . . 


1868 


16,000 


1883 


10 


1,600 00 


Floating Debt 


1870 


70,000 


1890 


10 


7,000 00 


School Buildings 


1872 


50,000 


1892 


8 


4,000 00 


Municipal Purposes 


1872 


80,000 


1903 


8 


6,400 00 


Dredging the Bar 


1874 


15,000 


1889 


8 


1,200 00 


Municipal Purposes 


1874 


100,000 


1905 


8 


8.000 00 


Refunding School Bond. 


1874 


100,000 


1905 


8 


8,000 00 


Lake Sewer 


1S75 


173,000 


1885 


8 


13,840 00 




$654,000 


$55,040 00 



The latter item of $173,000 is payable by property owners 
interested, the city extending its guarantee. 

The issue of bonds to fund the present floating debt is 
discussed, and would undoubtedly proye a beneficial 
measure. 

RECEIPTS AN'D EXPEXDITURES. 

The receipts of the municipality for the year 1879 were as 
follows : 

City Taxes $301,446 58 

General Traders Licenses 48,105 00 

Vehicle Licenses 2,876 50 

Dog Licenses 1,814 25 

Police Court 8,504 69 

City Wharf 5,060 95 

Miscellaneous 2.7 52 95 

Free Library Fund 11,603 93 

State School Fund 76,789 50 

Total receipts from aU sources $458,954 35 

Increase over 1878 10,986 57 

iirXICIPAL EXPEXDITUKES. 

Police DEPABTiiEN-r — Salaries $29,929 98 

Substitutes and Specials 892 44 

Feeding prisoners 2.654 17 

Police Telegraph 5,413 06 

Prisons and Stations 4,531 97 

Photographing Prisoners. . . 232 00 

43,653 62 

FiEE Depabtment — Salaries $20,614 83 

Horse Feed 1,627 43 

Supplies, Eents, etc 12,816 21 

$35,058 47 



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26 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Steeet Depaetmekt — Macadamizing, sewers and re- 
pairs $13,287 95 

Sprinkling Streets 9,683 18 

Opening Streets 220 00 

$23,191 13 

Ma-eob $ 2,930 50 

Police Coukt — Salaries, etc 3,414 00 

City Attoenet — Salaries, etc 1,999 92 

City Maeshal — Salaries, etc 8,145 21 

Cleek and Teeasueee — Salaries, etc 3,000 00 

City Whaefingee and Whaef 1,797 08 

City Labokees — Wages, etc 14,252 79 

City Hall Janitoes 1,230 00 

City Hall— Fuel 335 75 

City Engineee^ — Services 690 50 

City Pound— Expenses 2,324 00 

City Assessoe — Salary and expenses 3,973 00 

Public Geounds and Buildings 1,759 93 

Feee Libeaey — Expenses 12,747 80 

Watee and Hydeants 2,369 25 

Public Peinting 4,678 49 

Gas— Lighting City 40,080 14 

Stationeey and Blanks 2,505 73 

City Physician^ — Salary and Expenses 2,758 45 

Elections 403 50 

Inteeest on Bonds 55,040 00 

Miscellaneous 17,133 17 

$285,688 26 

SCHOOL DEPAKTMENT. 

Salaries $134,506 49 

New buildings and miscellaneous 39,714 32 

174,211 81 

Geand Total $459,910 07 

• VALUATION AND TAXATION. 

The assessed valuation of the city for 1876-7 was $24,000,718 00 

For 1877-8 25,845,028 00 

For 1878-9 27,730,109 00 

For 1879-80 28,348,748 78 

Tax levy for 1879-80 269,326 50 

Special school tax 28,344 48 

The rate of taxation for 1879 was 0.95; for the current 
year it is 1.15. 

Municipal Licenses. 

Under the operations of a new license law, which went 
into effect July 1, 1879, the revenues from municipal licenses 
have been materially increased. The total amount of revenue 
derived from licenses during the year 1879 was in excess of 



Sr i AIINRRY WASHING WELL DONE AT VERY LOW RATES 

- r . LHU 11 U n I . Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



Gordon's ICE WAGONS run regularly to Alameda and Berkeley. 



STREET IMPROVEMENTS. 



27 



$53,000, against §45,000 for tlie preceding year. Even with 
the prevailing dullness, it seems that a greater number of 
licenses are taken out than ever before. The increase, how- 
ever, is unquestionably the result of a more eflScient service. 
Formerly the duties of License Collector were performed in 
the City Marshal's office, where the great variety of duties 
required to be performed by an inadequate force necessarily 
led to the omission of some collections. Under a new ordi- 
nance the office of License Collector is made a separate one, 
and on April 1st of the present year Mr. J. A. Booth entered 
upon its supervision. The first quarter of his administra- 
tion will end on the 30th of June. For the first quarter of 
the present year 1,348 licenses were issued; during the 
second quarter, to the 18th of June, 1,242 had been issued 
and the sum of $12,086.50 collected, being a very con- 
siderable increase. During the latter half of 1879, 2,881 
licenses were issued. Up to June 15, 1880, and since July 
1, 1879, there had gone out of business 66 dealers in general 
merchandise, 35 dealers in liquors, and 162 produce ped- 
dlers, a large share of the latter class being Chinese. 
During the present quarter, and well illustrating the vitality 
of trade in Oakland, 70 new business places have opened — 
31 for general merchandise, 6 bars, and 33 miscellaneous — 
and 56 places doing business without license have been dis- 
covered and now conform to the law. This very important 
branch of the city's revenues is now efficiently managed, 
and all persons compelled to share equally in maintaining 
the burdens of the city government. 

Street Improvements. 

The past year has been one of much activity throughout 
Oakland in the matter of street work. The city has now a 
large extent of beautiful streets, forming many fine drives, 
and attracting the universal admiration of strangers. During 
the current year, ending April 1, 1880, work was done as 
follows: Number of linear feet of streets macadamized, 
42,643 (something over eight miles); cost of same, $117,- 
957.80. Linear feet graded and curbed, 14,855; cost of 
same, $5,772.30. Feet of sidewalks laid, 2,294; cost, 
$895.09. Feet of sewers constructed, 17,773; cost, $16,- 
857 .62. Total cost of improvements on streets for the year, 
$141,482.81. Under the operation of the new organic law 
little work is in progress, although there remains a vast 
amount to be accomplished before the streets of the city 
can be considered in a finished condition. 



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28 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Fire Department. 

The Fire Department of the city of Oakland comprises 
four steamers, five two-wheel hose carts with 3, 700 feet of 
hose, two hook and ladder trucks, fifty-eight officers and 
men, one hundred and sixty hydrants, five cisterns and forty- 
six fire alarm stations, under the management of Mr. James 
Hill, Chief of the department. Much efficient service has 
been performed during the year and the ravages of fire cur- 
tailed to the most limited proportions. 

During the year one new hose company has been organized 
and supplied with apparatus. It is located on the corner of 
San Pablo avenue and Market street. 

The expenses of the Fire Department of Oakland for the 
past year have been as follows : 

Salaries $20,514 84 

New hose, horses, etc 5,599 67 

Hydrants 1,409 09 

Miscellaneous and running expenses 6,534 17 

Total $34,057 77 



Fires of the Year. 

The number of fires during the year 1879 was fifty-two, 
entailing a loss of $104, 80 J:, covered by insurance to the 
amount of $114,975; the amount of insurance paid was 
$61,814. 

The following is a list of the fires of the year in which the 
losses were $1,000 or upwards : 

Date. Location. Owner. Loss. Ins. Paid' 

Jan. 2 Cor. 8th and Castro . C. P. Marsh $ 4,400 $ 4,400 

Jan. 23 Cor. 1st and Grove. A. W. Burrell and others, 12,798 5,900 

Jan. 23 Cor. 1st and Grove. . G. M. Blair 13,000 6,000 

March 24 11th av and 23d st. .Aug. Kahn 1,110 475 

May 2 Third, nr Market. . . Wm. Barringer 4,000 2,000 

May 16 Chester nr Grove . .A. Schroder 1,100 1,100 

July 15 12th and Broadway .John Coleman 8,540 8,440 

July 29 Campbell and 12th . . Wm. Goodwin 1,450 1,400 

Sept. 6 Cor. 7th and Brush. Wm. Atkinson 4,950 1.950 

Sept. 14 Myrtle and 28th.. . .E. H. Ayers 1,550 1,.550 

Oct. 4 E. 11th St & 12th av. Weston & Welch 32,000 17,000 

Oct. 4 E. llthst&12thav.A. W. May 3,100 3,150 

Dec. 30 E. 10th st & 2d av . . Ho Son 5,500 None. 

The remaining fires involved but small loss. 

It is safe to say that the department has performed good 
service, making the very best of such equipment as it has, 
and is ably officered and managed. 



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Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



Gordon's Wagons Deliver ICE and SODA in all parts of Oakland. 



THE HARBOR OF OAKLAND. 29 



The Harbor of Oakland. 

The harbor facilities of Oakland, with a moderate degree 
of improvement, might surpass any on the coast if not upon 
the continent. The fact of deep water on the other side of 
the Bay determined the location of the commercial metrop- 
olis. It is safe to say, however, that the expenditure of 
one-tenth the sum of money used in transforming the site of 
the great peninsular city into a habitable place, would, had 
it been used on the main land, have developed far superior 
facilities to those now enjoyed by our metropolitan neighbor. 

An artificial harbor is afforded by the estuary of San An- 
tonio, which opening into the main bay, opposite the city 
of San Francisco, extends inland for something over two 
miles on the southern boundary of Oakland. The improve- 
ment of this estuary has been the theme of discussion for 
years, and man}" plans have been proposed and some 
partially carried into effect. 

In 1860 about $30,000 was expended in dredging the 
channel across the bar at the mouth of the estuary. In 
1868 a further sum of $15,000 was likewise expended. 
Finally, so evident was the importance of the work, that the 
national government interested itself in the matter. In 1873 
a bill passed Congress, and was approved by the President, 
appointing a Board of Commissioners to survey the harbor 
of San Antonio Creek and submit plans for its improvement 
to an extent that sea-going vessels might enter. The fiirst 
official report was made in February, 1874, and reports have 
since been made yearly. 

The important matters to consider, w^ere to what the estu- 
ary could be developed so as to make it a commercial har- 
bor, the number and character of vessels it could accom- 
modate if so developed, and the cost of the enterprise. The 
area of the estuary is about 900 acres, and it is evident to 
all, that if so improved as to admit vessels of any tonnage, 
however large, that it would supply ample space for all that 
would enter the Bay of San Francisco. 

It was decided to erect parallel training walls from the 
mouth of the creek to deep water. The effect of these walls 
would be to confine the flow of water from the estuary at ebb 
tide to a narrow space, and thus washing out the sand be- 
tween them. The cost of this preliminary work was esti- 
mated at about one-half million of dollars. It was also 
estimated that nearly one and one-half millions of dollars 
additional would be necessary to complete the excavation 
and dredging of the harbor proper. 



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30 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Congress in 1874 appropriated 1100, 000, and a like amount 
in 1875, to commence active work on this grand scheme of 
harbor improvement. During 1875 and 1876 parallel lines 
of wall were constructed, and a large amount of dredging 
done at the mouth of the harbor. Additional appropriations 
have from time to time been made, until, including one made 
by the Congress recently adjourned, the total amounts to 
$415,000, of which it is claimed that $160,000 is unspent and 
immediately available. 

Interruption to the work occurred in 1878, owing to a 
claim set up by the Water Front Company to the frontage 
npon the estuary, while willing to cede to the Government 
a channel of 400 feet in width, and claiming all outside that 
channel. The approval of the City Council was asked to 
this claim and not obtained. The Government, through the 
advice of its engineers, refused to permit a further ex- 
penditure of the appropriations made, so long as any ad- 
verse claim to the waters of the estuary remained unsettled. 
Hence, this invaluable work has been for a long time sus- 
pended. The recent action of Congress in making a new 
appropriation of $60,000 it is believed will be approved by 
all parties in interest. The conditions are, simply, that the 
sum so appropriated ; and the amount heretofore unexpended, 
shall not be available until the right of the United States to 
the bed of the estuary and training walls of this work is se- 
cured without expense to the Government, in a manner 
satisfactory to the Secretary of War. 

The United States Government has always had the right 
to any portion of the water front necessary for the purposes 
of commerce. It is hoped and firmly believed by all in- 
terested in the growth and commercial prosperity of Oak- 
land that nothing more will be heard of adverse claims, and 
that work will be vigorously prosecuted upon the improve- 
ment of the harbor. 

Central Pacific Railroad Improvements. 

While the water-front controversy has been going on, the 
Central Pacific Kaih^oad Company has been engaged in im- 
proving the western water-front. A solid causeway of rock 
and earth has been constructed out to deep water on the 
bay. The long wharf, over two miles in extent, will be 
abandoned, and passengers landed at new ferry slips on terra 
firma. The length of this causeway is about one mile, and 
its width from 120 to 300 feet. The freight trafl&c, including 
the loading of wheat ships, is to be removed from the end 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 31 



of the old wharf to new wharves on Oakland Harbor. Capa- 
cious warehouses for the reception of wheat, wool and 
other articles intended for export by sea will soon be built, 
and the trade that so properly belongs on the main land will 
be done there. It is estimated that the sum to be expended 
in these gigantic improvements will not be less than five 
millions of dollars. 

South Pacific Coast Railvray. 

Much opposition was made to the entrance of this line of 
road into Oakland by the way of Webster street bridge. 
An ordinance was passed granting the right of way upon 
Webster street from the southern line of the city to Four- 
teenth street. An injunction was obtained, but subsequently 
set aside by the Courts. Work has been commenced on 
the road, and a portion of the track laid. An iron bridge 
to cross the estuary at the foot of Webster street has been 
ordered by the Company, and will shortly be in position. 
The present terminus of the road will be at Twelfth or Four- 
teenth street, on Webster. This road now extends south- 
ward to Santa Cruz, and will be extended northward with 
various branches. It is expected that this new line will 
greatly add to the local trade of Oakland, especially from 
Contra Costa County. 

The Tunnel. 

Work on this important enterprise is progressing with a 
good degree of vigor. About one hundred men are em- 
ployed, and its successful completion is an unquestioned 
fact. The trade of a rich outlying farming district will be 
made tributary to Oakland by means of this tunnel through 
the San Pablo range. It is not improbable that it will be 
made use of by narrow gauge railway lines as well as 
vehicles. 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF THE COUNTY OF 
ALAMEDA. 



Sheriff — Jeremiah Tyrrel, elected for one year. Term 
expires March, 1881. 

Under Sheriff — William S. Harlow. 

Deputy Sheriffs— Frederick Bryant, Charles B. Over- 
acker and James J. Porter. 



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Building: — Pavable In Installnients at Low JJates of 
Interest, tio. 2 Park Row, Park St., Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Market St., S. F., INTERIOR DECORATOR. 



32 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



Jailor — O. Whipple. 
Assistant Jailor — F. N. Miller. 

County Clerk and Auditor — Andrew Kyder, elected for 
one year. Term expires March, 1881. 

Deputies — John C. Marsh, Maro P. Kay, John F. Willard, 
Edward C. Robinson, John Edwards, Vamey W. Gaskill, 
Charles T. Boardman and Lucius E. Yates. 

County Treasurer and Tax Collector — Charles E. Palm- 
er, elected for one year. Term expires March, 1881. 
Deputy — J. A. Webster. 

County Eecorder — P. R. Borein, elected for one year. 
Term expires March, 1881. 

Deputies — G. W. Burns and John Ames. 

Copyists — W. G. Hawkett, George Chase, H. G. Burns, 
George W. Marlin and Elden H. Collins. 

Public Administrator— Samuel I. Marston, elected for 
one year. Term expires March, 1881. 

Coroner — William B. Hamilton, elected for one year. 
Term expires March, 1881. 
Deputy — James Lentell. 

District Attorney — E. M. Gibson, elected for one year. 
Term expires March, 1881. 

Deputies — S. P. Hall and Welles Whitmore. 

County Surveyor — George L. Nusbaumer, elected for one 
year. Term expires March, 1881. 

Superintendent of Public Schools — J. C. Gilson, elected 
for one year. Term expires March, 1881. 
Deputy — Carrie G. Gilson. 

Superior Court Judges — Addison M. Crane and William 
E. Greene, elected for five years. Term expires December 
31st, 1884. 

Board of Supervisors — Regular meetings are held on the 
first Monday in February, May, August and November. 
Elected for two years. John F. Smith, Oakland, Chairman; 
William S. McClane and Frederick F. Myers, Oakland; 
Wesley B. Clement, Brooklyn and Alameda; Joseph B. 



. r. LAUIlUni- office, 33 Geary St.. S. F., and 862 Broadway, OaUland. 



J. S. 6. GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 



OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. 33 

Marlin, Eden; Henry Dusterberrj, Washington; John Green, 
Murray. 

STANT)ING COMMITTEES: 

Judiciary — Myers, Clement and McClane. 

Auditing and Finance — Clement, McClane and Marlin. 

Eoads and Bridges — Dusterberry, Clement and Marlin. 

Franchises — McClane, Green and Dusterberry. 

Hospital — Green, Myers and Dusterberry. 

County Buildings — Marlin, Myers and Green. 

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

Assessors — W. F. Boardman, Oakland township; E. Minor 
Smith, Alameda township; A. B. Webster, Brooklyn town- 
ship; Atwill E. Hall, Eden township; Luther E. Osgood, 
Washington township; A. J. McLeod, Murray township. 
Elected for one year. Term expires March, 1881. 

Deputy Assessors, Oaklaxd Township — Charles G. Eeed, 
W. M. Gilcrest, Rod. W. Church, George S. Henry, L. E. 
Boardman, W. Boardman, W. H. Menafee, Mrs. M. B. Smith, 
Miss M. A. Spurr, Miss D. T. Smith, Miss M. E. Brown. 

Superior Court — Court is held every day except Sundays 
and Holidays. Addison M. Crane, Judge, elected for five 
years. Term expires December 31st, lb'84. Motion Day 
every day. 

William E. Greene, Judge, elected for five years. Term 
expires December 31st, 1884. Probate Day on Monday. 

City Justice's Courts — Sextus Shearer; Coiu-t is held at 
476 Eighth. C C. Jenks; Court is held at 836 Washington. 
Asa Howard; Court is held at 1109 Thirteenth avenue. E. 
G. Mathews; Court is held at 655 East Central avenue. A. 
M. Chiu-ch; Court is held at 468 Eighth. S. F. Daniels; 
Court is held at 864 Broadway. 

Police Court — John Tule, Judge; Court is held daily, 
except Sundays, at the City Hall. 

Justice of the Peace of the City of Oakland — C. C. 
Jenks; Court is held at 836 Washington street. 



AnAM^£ rn SELLREALESTATE-OaiilaDd property loExcliange tor Ranclies 

HUHIIIO (X UU. S.£. cor. EIGHTH and BROA0WAV, Cp stairs. 



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34 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


Notaries Put 

John C. Hays, Jr 

George D. Metcalf 

Will H. Burrall 

S. Hirshberg 

Newton Benedict 

Henry A. Leake 

J. Callaghan 

J. K. Capell 

K. 0. Whitehead 

Stephen G. Nye 

Grant I. Taggart 

W. L. Prather 


lie for Alame 
.Oakland.... 


da County. 

Term Expire 

..September 26, 
..May 3 
..March 1, 
. . January 11, 

. September 18, 
. . September 28, 
..June 29, 
..October 10, ■ 
. .January 2, 
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MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 35 



patients remaining on January 1, 1880, was 118. The total 
current expenses for the year were $28,674.00. 



THE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT OF THE CITY OF 
OAKLAND. 



Mayoe — James E. Blethen. 

Police Judge — John Yule, 

Clerk Police Court — D. E. Bortree. 

Justice of the Peace of the City — C. C. Jenks. 

Treasurer and Clerk — James Dods. 

Marshal and Tax Collector — M. E. Clough. 

Assessor — Joseph M. Dillon. 

City Attorney— J. M. Poston. 

City Engineer — Thomas W. Morgan (appointed). 

Superintendent of Public Schools — H. J, Todd. 

City Physician and Health Officer — E. H. Woolsey. 

Clerk in City MaIXshal's Office — C. W. Hilton (ap- 
pointed). 

Deputy City Clerk — L. J. Eector (appointed). 

Chief Engineer of Fire Department — James Hill (ap- 
pointed). 

City Wharfinger — William Harwood (appointed). 

License Collector — James A. Booth (appointed). 

Deputy License Collector — George H. Wright (ap- 
pointed). 

Deputy Marshal— M. De la Montanya, Jr. (appointed). 

Deputy Assessor — J. F. Steen (appointed). 

Deputy Superintendent Streets — S. P. Babcock (ap- 
pointed). 

Fire Warden — George H. Carleton (appointed). 

Sanitary Inspector — T. F. Jenkins (appointed). 

The City Council. 

G.'W. Babcock, President; J. C. MiUan, L. G. Cole, Jesse 
S. Wall, David Hewes, James Gill, J. B. White. 

standing committees. 

Ordinance and Judiciary — Cole, White and Wall. 
Auditing and Finance — Wall, White and Hewes. 
Streets and Buildings — Hewes, Millan and Cole. 
Fire and Water— White, Wall and Millan. 
Education — Cole, Gill and Hewes. 



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Sti-eet Lights and Lamp Posts— Millan, Cole and Wall. 
Kemovals and Obstructions— Gill, Cole and "White. 
City Hall and Police— White, Gill and Cole. 

Board of Education. 
C. N. Fox, President; C. H. Keddington, F. M. Smith, 
CD. Haven, D. Henshaw Ward, Eugene Lynch and A. W. 
Swett. H. J. Todd, Secretary. 

Police Department. 

The Kegular Police Force and detail of the same : 

Captain of Police— W. F. Fletcher. 

First Sergeant — A. Wilson. 

Second Sergeant— E. J. Chase. 

Detectives— A. Shorey and F. O. Fuller. 

Day Prisonkeeper and Clerk Police Department— J. A. 
Kenner. 

Assistant Day Prisonkeeper and Bailiff Police Court— 
S. H. Mitchell. 

Night Prisonkeeper — Wm. Aldrich. 

PATEOLMEN. 

East Oakland— J. M. Manley and B. McLaughlin. 

West Oakland— J. M. Wallace and John Golden. 

Seventh Street Station — A. J. Ross, John Barnet, J. B. 
Fields and John Ranlett. 

Broadway, Ninth to Fourteenth streets — H. T. Smith and 
C. E. Lufkin. 

City Front— H. Nedderman and H. M. Wilson. 

Telegraph Avenue — E. D. Hunter. 

C. P. R. R. Trains and Wharf— O. D. Brown. 

Chain Gang — W. H. Summers. 

In addition to the Regular Officers there are sixteen 
Special Officers, who patrol beats, viz: S. H. Gowen, H. E. 
Church, J. Kessler, John McWilliams, E. Hodgkins, P. 
Filley, James Kennedy, John Coughlan, Dennis Holland, 
H. B. Rand, Wm. Howlett, P. H. Dowdican, D. Wright, 
H. Theobald and L. R. Hughes. 

Market and Seventh — M. D. Hewett. 

Center and Seventh — P. E. Hynes. 

W. D. Thomas, detached duty. 

SPECIAL POLICEMEN. 

Officers in the following list are invested with authority 
to act as policemen, but are not subject to orders from the 



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MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT. 37 

Chief, or required to leave the places at which they are 
stationed : 

George W. Taylor, Pound Master. 

B. S. E. Williams, C. P. R. E. Eepair Shops. 

Allen Peel, Lafayette School. 

Darwin DeGolia, E. E. Bridge, Alice street. 

B. H. Carter, Tompkins School. 

D. Morrison, Oakland Planing Mill. 

Ward Boundaries. 

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 Del- 
ger 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 and Brooklyn Townships. 

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. 



OAKLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



It is not necessary to follow the history of the Oakland 
Fire Department from its inception to its regeneration and 
permanent establishment. James Hill was appointed chief 
engineer January, 1878; Edgar A. Hersey and E. M. Camp- 
bell, assistant engineers. The service has been brought to 
a good state of efficiency. 



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38 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

A Fire Alarm Telegraph, with thirty -five miles of wire, 
has been recently constructed, and forty-six automatic fire 
boxes provided, which number will be increased. Gongs 
have also been placed in all the engine houses. George H. 
Carleton, Superintendent of Fire and Police Telegraph. 

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 Engine Company, Empire Hose, 
No. 1, and Hook and Ladder Companies; a house and lot 
on Fifteenth, near "Washington, occupied by Phoenix Com- 
pany, 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 Oak- 
land, on East 14th street, beLw^een Twelfth and Thirteenth 
avenues, occupied by Brooklyn Company, No. 4, and Hook 
and Ladder, No. 2. 

Companies. 

Phcenix, 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 750 feet of hose. The 
company is full, and numbers nine men, as follows: Charles 
Fritz, foreman; V. Chloupek, engineman; George Bice, 
stoker; William Blackman, driver; J. Fitzsimmons. C. H. 
Ellis, J. B. Taylor, N. Ball and George Minnette, extra- 
men. 

John B. Felton, No. 2. — Located on Sixth street, be- 
tween Broadway and Washington. Is supplied with a sec- 
ond-class Silsby Engine, costing 15,562, drawn by two 
horses, and one hose cart, drawn by one horse, and carrying 
750 feet of hose. The company consists of nine men: E. 
F. Voorhees, foreman and extramau; W. Myles, engineman; 
C. Briones, stoker; L. Hofi"man, hose driver; J. C. Orr. E. 
S. Fitch, George W. Harrison, C. G. Bishop and Charles 
Kneib, 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: M. M. Kelly, foreman; George Dem- 
araies, engineman; William Ennis, stoker; William Bullock, 
hose driver; Theophile Beaudet, W. Hamilton, L. W. 
Hahn, J. Gallivan and A. Sicotte, extramen. 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 39 



Brooklyn, No. 4. — Located on East 14th street, between 
Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues, East Oakland, It is sup- 
plied with a second-class Amoskeag Engine, drawn by two 
horses, and also a hose cart, drawn by one horse, carrying 
750 feet of hose. The company consists of nine men : B. 
Nedderman, foreman; James Moffit, engineer; Daniel 
Cronan, stoker; George Lewis, driver hose cart; Wm. C. 
White, Joseph Ougli, Ed. Kobinson, H. West and Joseph 
Sales, extramen. 

Empire Hose Co., No. 1. — Located on Sixth street, be- 
tween Broadway and Washington. It is supplied with a 
hose cart, drawn by one horse, carrying 650 feet of hose. 
The company numbers seven men : Edward Cady, foreman ; 
P. Reader, driver; Thomas Dolan, A. S. Baker, George H. 
Sands, E. 0. Brown and C. Winant, extramen. 

Hose Co., No. 2. — Located on San Pablo avenue, junction 
of Market. The city has furnished this company with a four- 
wheel hose carriage, drawn by two horses, carries 1,000 feet 
of hose. Company consists of seven men: F. Campbell, 
foreman; John Vogt, driver; P. Hannivan, George M. 
Ganvin, W. B. McConnell, J. Casey and John Watson, ex- 
tramen. 

Relief Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. — Located on Sixth 
street, between Broadway and Washington. The city has 
furnished this company with a new second-class Hayes 
Truck, drawn by two horses. The company is composed of 
eleven men : George Oakes, foreman ; Thomas Hallahan, 
driver; R. Myles, tillerman, Richard Perrin, R. Frost, T. 
Golden, J. W. Bankhead, B. Larkin, Charles Oakes, J. N. 
Jones and George Pinkham, extramen. 

Hook and Ladder Co., No. 2. — Located on East 14th, 
between Twelfth and Thirteenth avenues. E. Robinson, 
driver. 

Cisterns are located as follows: On the corner of Second 
and Broadway, Third and Broadway, Fourth and Broadway, 
Eighth and Broadway, Thirteenth and Broadway. 

There are 167 hydrants constructed and in use. 

Location of the 46 boxes erected : 

First and Washington. 
Fourth and Franklin. 
Fifth and Harrison. 
Seventh and Washington. 
Central avenue and Broadway. 



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No. 7. Ninth and Webster. 

No. 8. Fourteenth and Webster. 

No. 9. Central avenue and Madison. 

No. 12. Seventeenth and Grove. 

No. 13. Frederick street and Telegraph avenue. 

No. 14. Sycamore street and San Pablo avenue. 

No. 15. Thirty-fourth and Peralta. 

No. 16. Sycamore street and Telegraph avenue. 

No. 17. Thirty-fourth street and Telegraph avenue. 

No. 18. Lake and Jackson. 

No. 19. Walnut and Broadway. 

No. 21. Seventh, between Wood and Willow. 

No. 23. Fourteenth and Kirkham. 

No. 24. Seward and Campbell. 

No. 25. Seventh and Chester. 

No. 26. Seventh and Adeline. 

No. 27. Tenth and Kirkham. 

No. 28. Seventeenth and Peralta. 

No. 29. Campbell and Atlantic. 

No. 31. Fifth and Grove. 

No. 32. Third and Filbert. 

No. 34. Seventh and Market. 

No. 35. Tenth and Grove. 

No. 36. Fourteenth and Market. 

No. 37. Twenty-first and Market. 

No. 38. Central avenue and Adeline. 

No. 39. Eighteenth and Adeline. 

No. 41. East 14tli street and Seventeenth avenue. 

No. 42. East Central and Twelfth avenues. 

No. 43. East 17th street and Eighth avenue. 

No. 45. East Central and Sixth avenues. 

No. 46. East 10th street and Third avenue. 

No. 51. First and Webster. 

No. 52. Third and Jackson. 

No. 53. Eightli and Jackson. 

No. 54. Central avenue and Brush. 

No. 56. Sixteenth street and San Pablo avenue. 

No. 57. Twenty -eighth and Myrtle. 

No. 58. Webster street and Orchard avenue. 

No. 61. City Hall. 

No. 62. American District Telegraph Office, Broadway, 
between Tenth and Eleventh. 

Persons having keys will observe the following rules : 

When it is necessary to use the signal boxes go to the one 
nearest to the fire, put your key into the outside door, open 



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it, and pull down the hook on the inside once, or until you 
hear a bell within the box, close the door, and remain to 
direct the firemen to the locality of the fire. 

Do not try to take your key out, as it is locked in, and 
will be returned to you. 

If, upon opening the door, you hear the bell within the 
box ring, do not pull the hook for one minute, or until it 
has stopped ringing, for it will indicate that an alarm is 
being sent from some other station. 

Persons having keys will be held responsible for their 
use. Do not give an alarm for a fire seen at a distance; do 
not open the box except in case of fire; do not give an alarm 
until certain there is a fire. 

Keys can be obtained by any responsible person upon ap- 
plication to the Chief Engineer, at his office, or to the Su- 
perintendent of Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, City 

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

Salaries $20,514 84 

Expenses 6,534 17 

Supplies 5,599 67| 

New hydrants, repairs, etc 1,409 09 

Expenses of Fire Alarm and Police TelegrajDh. . 3,565 47 



$37,625 241 



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The PubUc Schools of Oakland. 

Superintendent — H. J. Todd. 

High School — Corner of Twelfth and Market streets. 
J. B. McChesney, Principal; C. B. Bradley, Vice-Principal; 
S. P. Meads, Miss L. E. Temple, Miss Irene Hardy, Miss 
Jennie Wallbride, Mrs. K. B. Fisher, Mrs. L. Griffin, Assis- 
tants. Eichard H. Blackwood, Janitor. 

Irving Grammar School — Corner of Market and Twelfth 
streets, in High School Building. J. B. McChesney, Prin- 
cipal; Miss Sara Boniface, Miss M. C. Call, Miss L. Kin- 
kade, Mrs. H. J. Lee, Miss I. B. Kent, Miss H. Sumner, 
Miss A. L. Gray, Assistants. 



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42 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

Tompkins Grammar School — Fifth, between Linden and 
Chestnut streets. William F. Clawson, Principal; Mrs. R. 
R. Johnson, Miss E. A. Hilton, Mrs. L. E. Crawford, Miss 
M. B. Treat, Miss Emily McMullen, Miss Dora Jefferson, 
Miss M. E. Morris, Mrs. W. M. Cubery, Miss V. Heath, 
Miss O. Wetmore, Assistants. B. H. Carter, Janitor. 

Harrison Street Primary School — Corner of Sixth and 
Harrison streets. Miss Hattie Mullen, Principal; Miss M. 
E. Bradford, Miss A. M. Quince, Assistants. Mrs. Mary 
Peel, Janitress. 

Prescott Grammar School — Corner of Campbell and 
Taylor streets. T. D. Fowler, Principal; Miss M. C. Bea- 
ton, Miss M. E. Conuers, Mrs. K. Mcintosh, Miss C. Bart- 
ling, Miss Florence Peck, Miss Mollie Harrel, Miss E. 
Elder, Mrs. Mary Hawkins, Miss M. G. Hurley, Miss Ada 
Rogers, Miss Julia Colby, Miss S. S. Beach, Miss L. Graf- 
felman, Miss E. A. Stevens, Miss M. Cobb, Assistants. 
Mrs. xlllen, Janitress. 

Lincoln Grammar and Primary Schools — Corner of Tenth 
and Alice streets. T. O. Crawford, Principal; Mrs. M. 
L. Hoyt, Miss R. A. Bills, Mrs. S. B. Gates, Miss S. J. 
Wythe, Miss E. L. Thompson, Miss M. D. Bull, Mrs. S. M. 
Anthony, Miss L. B. Blackwood, Miss M. Brett, Mrs. L. H. 
Campbell, Mrs. N. C. Owens, Miss T. Buckley, Mrs. N. B. 
Kerr, Assistants. Robert Irvine, Janitor. 

Franklin Grammar School — Tenth avenue, between East 
15th and East 16th streets. J. H. Sumner, Principal; 
Mrs. E. R. Tucker, Miss L. E. Bentley, Miss M. T. Dickin- 
son, Miss E. J. Watson, Miss A. P. Meek, Miss Hattie 
Simpson, Miss Mattie Shaw, Miss M. B. Bennisou, Miss L. 

E. White, Miss F. C Sutherland, Mrs. L. A. Walker, As- 
sistants. William, H. Dyer, Janitor. 

Swett School — Corner of East 20th street and Twelfth 
avenue. East Oakland. Miss M. S. Kimball, Principal; 
Miss L. Sargent, Mrs. E. M. BartholomeAv, Miss Alice B. 
Ward, Assistants. William H. Dyer, Janitor. 

DuRANT School — Corner of Grove and Twenty-eighth 
streets. A. W. Brodt, Principal; Mrs. E. Hinckley, Mrs. 

F. A. Parker, Miss Minnie T. Kimball, Miss A. E. Walton, 
Miss L. C. Betancue, Miss H. K. Newberry, Mrs. M. V. 
Kingman, Miss Olive Morgan, Mrs. H. B. Stone, Mrs. F. 
L. Palmer, Miss L. B. Myrick, Mrs. C. W. Tarbox, Miss A. 
B. Clow, Miss A. P. Wright, Assistants. Mrs. Harrington, 
Janitress. 



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Lafayette Peimary School— Corner of Twelfth and Jeffer- 
son streets. Miss A. F. Aldricli, Principal; Miss Fannie E. 
Allen, Miss Nellie Cook, Miss A. E. Miner, Miss L. JX. 
Allen, Miss Josie Lemon, Miss Alice T. Lee, Miss Maggie 
Wjthe, Mrs. H. B. Sborklev, Miss Fannie Ward, Miss L. 
E. Garvej, Mrs. M. S. P. Kobinson, Mrs. E. W. Anderson, 
Assistants. Allen Peel, Janitor. 

Grove Street Primary School — Grove, between Fourth 
and Fifth streets. Mrs. N. D. Standeford, Principal, Miss 
Helen Penniman, Miss J. W. Nesbit, Mrs. E. G. Hunt, As- 
sistants. Mrs. Sarah Heaney, Janitress. 

Cole Grammar and Primary Schools — Corner of Tenth 
and Union streets. Mr. J. P. Garlick, Principal; Miss H. 
P. Stearns, Mrs. F. M. Pugh, Miss W E. Lachlan, Miss K. 
M. Wertz, Miss C. Vinzent, Miss M. E. Hand, Miss T. 
Newell, Miss Ella Myrick, Miss C. Edwards, Miss Maggie 
Connors, Miss Hattie B. Sproul, Mrs. D. C. Brower, Miss 
Fannie G. Smith, Assistants. J. S. Fox, Janitor. 

Plymouth A\t:nue School — Corner of Elm and Plymouth 
avenues. Miss Elizabeth Powell, Principal. A. D. Tenney, 
Janitor. 

Broadway and Twenty-fifth Street School — Southwest 
corner Twenty-fifth and Broadway. Mrs. J. S. Bentley, 
Principal. F. G. Low, Janitor. 

Lynn School — Miss Bell Merwin, Teacher. 

Court House School— Miss C. M. Ellis, Teacher. 

Watts' Tract School— Mrs. M. E. Pelham, Teacher. 

special teachers. 

Miss Eliza Brown, music; Mrs. A. W. Brodt, drawing. 

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 Avell 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. 



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44 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

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 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 dis- 
charges 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 shadj^ 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 pro- 
ductiveness; on the plateau it is a lighter kind; on the hills 
there is a thin soil of decomposed shale rock, etc. It would 
be difficult to find within so small an area as the University 
site a spot with so many varieties and capabilities in the 
way of soils, irrigation and exposure. The view, too, is 
magnificent. Facing the Golden Gate, the eye takes in the 
whole peninsula at a sweep, with its great mart of com- 
merce, its shipping, and the bold yet lovely islands that 
deck the bay, while to the eastward the towering hills afford 
a fine 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 an organizing the University 
of California. The State appropriated 1200,000 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 endow- 
ment, while the old College of California, which had been 
in existence since 1855, and had accumulated a large prop- 
erty, transferred it entire to the University; this latter 
property was valued at $120,000. Congress had already 



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made a donation of 150,000 acres of land for the establish- 
ment of an Agricultural College in California. Nothing 
could be more pertinent or proper than making the Agri- 
cultural 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 com- 
mencement of the college year, in September, 1873. 

The south hall is of brick, one hundred and fifty-two feet 
in length, average Avidth 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 
assembly room is forty-three by fifty-eight feet, and the 
philosophical lecture room thirty-six by fifty-eight feet. The 
cost was $357,000. 

The funds for the erection of the Mechanical Arts College 
Building were appropriated by the Legislature of 1875-76 
in answer to a petition setting forth the need of facilities for 
instruction in Mining and Mechanical Engineering. The 
building has been constructed in accordance with these 
wants. It contains a fire-proof engine-room, from which 
power will be conveyed to two large apartments, each about 
twenty-eight feet square, intended for such experimental 
work involving the use of light machinery as may be desira- 
ble in the respective departments. A series of rooms 
furnishes facilities for the dry assay of ores, the furnace- 
room being completely fire-proof. There is another suite 
for wet assays. There are also rooms for drawing, for col- 
lection of models, etc., store-rooms, a lathe-room, two 
ample lecture-rooms, a library-room, offices for instructors, 
and an attic which will serve for bulky stores, or even for 
pui'poses of instruction should more space be needed. The 
building is very solidly built of brick, and is provided with 
gas and water-pipes at all points where they are likely to be 
needed. 

The last Legislature appropriated ten thousand dollars for 
the equipment of this building and the expenses of the two 
departments accommodated in it. Increased resources are, 
however, urgently needed, both departments being very 
inadequately furnished either with instructors or with appa- 
ratus. It is hoped that these necessary departments of the 



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46 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

University, whicli are attractive to students even in their 
present partially organized state, will not long labor under 
the disadvantage of insufficient means. 

In November, 1877, H. D. Bacon, Esq., announced to the 
Board of Eegents his intention of giving to the University 
his "valuable collection of works of art, sculpture, and 
paintings, and a library of several thousand volumes of 
standard and miscellaneous works, together with twenty-five 
thousand dollars in money, provided the State appropriated 
a like sum, at the next meeting of the Legislature, to be 
used conjointly in erecting the first subdivision of the build- 
ing to be dedicated to the purposes of a repository for a vast 
library and galleries for the exhibition of the aesthetic arts." 
The appropriation was made by a special Act of the Legis- 
lature, approved April 1st, 1878. 

In October, 1878, Mr. A. K. P. Harmon, of Oakland, 
intimated to the authorities of the University his intention 
to erect, at his own expense, an appropriate building for a 
Gymnasium, so planned as to be of service upon public 
occasions as an auditorium, etc. After an inspection of the 
University site by the Committee on Buildings and Grounds 
and Mr. Harmon, the spot designated on Hall's plan for an 
Assembly Hall was finally selected, the same being accepta- 
ble to Mr. Harmon, and the construction of the building at 
once commenced and vigorously prosecuted, under the 
charge of Mr. McKillican. The building, a very neat and 
substantial structure, was completed about the middle of 
January. 

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

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

EXECUTIVE OFFICEKS. 

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

Advisory Committee — Regents Martin, Moss, Stebbins, 
Winans and Davidson. 

Treasurer— D. O. Mills. 

Dean of the Academic Senate — Martin Kellogg. 

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

Assistant Secretary and Land Agent — J. Ham Harris. 



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Land Department of the University — Oflfice 310 Pine 
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. 

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. 

John W. Bice, Ph. B., Instructor in Civil Engineering. 

Edward Booth, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

Ross E. Browne, Instructor in Mechanical and other 
branches of Instrumental Drawing. 

Samuel B. Christy, Ph. B., Instructor in Mining and 
Metallurgy. 

John B. Clarke, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathematics. 

George C. Edwards, Ph. B., Instructor in Mathematics. 

Carlos F. Gompertz, Instructor in Spanish. 

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

Henry B. Jones, Assistant Instructor in French and Ger- 
man. 

Wm. Carey Jones, A. M., Recorder of the Faculty, and 
Instructor in Latin. 

Edmund C. O'Neill, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

Edward A. Parker, Ph. B., Instructor in Physics and Me- 
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James M. Phillips, A. B., Instructor in Hebrew, Chaldaic 
and Syriac. 

Albin Putzker, Instructor in German. 

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

JosiahPoyce, Jr., Ph. D., Bait., Instructor in the English 
Language and Literature. 

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

F. Slate, Jr., B. S., Superintendent of Physical Labora- 
tory. 

John M. Stiilman, Ph. B., Instructor in Chemistry. 

August Harding, Assistant in Chemistry. 

Frederick W. Morse, Ph. B., Assistant in Agricultural 
Chemistry. 

Charles H. Dwinelle, Ph. B., Lecturer on Practical Agri- 
culture. 

EobertE. C. Stearns, Secretary and Superintendent of the 
Grounds. 

J. J. Elvers, Curator of Museum. 

J. Ham. Harris, Land Agent and Assistant Secretary. 

H. M. de Hart, Assistant Land Agent. 

John Ellis, Gardener. 

Abel Whitton, Manager University Press. 

JANITOKS. 

George Gleason, North Hall. 

John Hart, South Hall. 

E. P. Carpenter, Mechanic Arts College. 

E. A. Sawyer, Gymnasium. 

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

College of Mechanics. — This college educates mechani- 
cal engineers and constructive machinists. Advanced classes 
are instructed in civil engineering to the extent necessary 
for the purposes of this college, including Mathematics, 
Physics and Theoretical Mechanics. But the chief object 
■wall be to teach Applied or Industrial Mechanics; to show- 
how the forces of Nature are employed for industrial purpo- 
ses; and to discuss the nature of the different constructions 
or machines contrived by human ingenuity. Special atten- 
tion is given to Industrial Drawing, with view to thorough 
education in the principles of construction of machinery. 

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lectures on Chemistry, Metallurgy, Geology, Minerology, 
Mining and Engineering. The laboratories are ample to 
conduct the most refined investigation. 

College of Chemistry. — The course of instruction in the 
College of Chemistr}' is designed for those who wish to be- 
come professional chemists, either as teachers and investi- 
gators, or as metallurgists, assayers, and manufacturers in 
chemical industries; and also for those who wish to become 
expert chemists preparatory to the pursuit of medicine, 
pharmacy, mining, etc. 

College of Engineeeing. — 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 literar}' 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 
corresponds with the general course of studies in the great 
colleges of the Eastern States and England. The latter af- 
fords a most complete and thorough training in Modern Lan- 
guages, Literature, History, etc. 

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 
264- In addition, in the colleges of Law, Medicine, and 
Pharmacy, there are 260 students. Total, 524. 

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

College of Pharmacy. — Lectures are delivered twice a 
week in the Hall of the Academy of Sciences, San Fran- 
cisco. 

College of Law. — The entire course of instruction ex- 
tends through three academic years, and the school is sepa- 
rated into three classes corresponding to these three years, 
known respectively as Junior, Middle, and Senior. 

ex-officio regents. 

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ex-officio President of the Board. 



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His Honor John Mansfield, Los Angeles, Lieutenant- 
Governor. 

Hon. J. F. Cowdery, San Francisco, Speaker of the As- 
sembly. 

Hon. Frederick M. Campbell, Oakland, State Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction. 

Hon. H. M. Larue, Sacramento, President of the State 
Agricultural Society. 

Irving M. Scott, San Francisco, President of the Mechan- 
ics' Institute. 

Prof. John LeConte, Berkeley, President of the Univer- 
sity. 

APPOINTED REGENTS. 

Eev. H. Stebbins, D. D. San Francisco. 

Hon. J. West Martin, Oakland. 

Hon. J. F. Swift, San Francisco, 

Hon. Samuel B. McKee, Oakland. 

Hon. Joseph W. Winans, San Francisco. 

J. Mora Moss, Esq., Oakland. 

John L. Beard, Esq., Mission of San Jose. 

D. O. Mills, Esq., Millbrae. 

A. S. Hallidie, Esq., San Francisco. 
Hon. William T. Wallace, San Francisco. 
Hon. John Bidwell, Chico. 

Hon. John S. Hager, San Francisco. 
Hon. A. L. Rhodes, San Jose. 
Prof. George Davidson, San Francisco. 
Prof. William Ashburner, San Francisco. 

B. B. Redding, Esq., San Francisco. 

Classical and English School. 

George Frederic Degen, A. M., Principal. 

This School has had a new and extensive building erected 
at 1265 Franklin street. 

It has been in successful operation five years. The 
Principal, Prof. Degen, received his training in the schools 
of Boston and of Harvard University, and has had a large 
experience as a teacher. 

The plan of instruction at this school is worthy of notice. 
It is a combination of the lecture and the text-book sys- 
tems. Everything is made of the principles which under- 
lie the subject to be studied, and these are carefully ex- 
plained until the student professes to understand them 
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The illustrations and the examples given in the book are 
used merely to assist in this first explanation, or by the 
pupil, for practice, in studying the lesson, and are as 
often "worked" by the teacher as the student. At reci- 
tation, new examples, which the student has never before 
seen, are presented to him to test his knowledge of the 
principles of which he is required first to state, either in his 
own language or in that of the book, but clearly and cor- 
rectly. 

By this system of teaching, as distinguished from mere 
hearing of lessons, the pupil is lead to think for himself 
while gathering knowledge from others, and is thus truly 
educated. 

The School is steadily growing in public favor. 

California Medical College — (Eclectic.) 

Southwest corner Clay and Eleventh. This institution 
was built in 1878, and was opened for students in 1879. It 
receives pupils of both sexes. Number of students, first 
term, 44. It is designed to afford a thorough training in all 
branches of medicine. The regular term begins on the first 
Monday in November and the intermediate on the first Mon- 
day in June. Dr. Alex. MacKae, Dean. 

The Morgan Conservatory of Music. 

Location, 528 Eighteenth street. 

This institution was established about three years since, 
under the direction of the late Mr. John P. Morgan, and its 
success, so far, has demonstrated the great necessity for 
such a school upon this coast. Its object is to afford students 
an opportunit}^ of obtaining a complete and thorough course 
of instruction, both in the theory and practice of music. 

To attain this end the best talent in the State is employed, 
and the number of teachers will be increased as necessity 
demands. It is now under the direction of Mr. Stephen W. 
Leach. 

CaUfomia 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, pres- 
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Golden Gate Academy. 

H. E. Jewett, A. M., Principal. 

Located on Academy Hill, near Telegraph avenue. This 
institution receives students of both sexes, either as board- 
ers or day scholars. The Department of Physical Culture 
has recently been added to the school, consisting of Military 
Drill and Gymnastics. Students are fitted for the best Col- 
leges of the land, and also for practical business life. 

Poston's Academy. 

Mrs. E. C. Poston, Principal. 

Located corner Oak and Eleventh Greets. An institution 
devoted to the education of young ladies. The school was 
first established in Marysville, and was removed to its pres- 
ent quarters in 1872. During the year past extensive addi- 
tions have been added in order to accommodate the rapidly 
increasing number of students. It is deservedly popular 
with our citizens, and is yearly increasing its number of 
pupils. For the term ending June 25, 1880, the number of 
pupils was about 75. 

Snell Seminary. 

Location, 568 Central avenue. 

This institution was first opened for students in July, 1878. 
It is intefided for young ladies, who are received either as 
boarders or day scholars. The course of instruction is 
thorough in all branches. 

Miss Mary E. Snell and R. B. Snell, Principals. Num- 
ber of students, 90. 

Oakland Business College. 

Location, southeast corner Franklin street and Central av- 
enue. This institution has now been established five years. 
It is designed to afford young men and ladies a thorough 
business education. In order to obtain this result no pains 
are spared that will contribute to its usefulness and efficiency. 
Professor M. K. Lauden, President. 

Mills' Seminary. 

Located at the foot of the San Pablo Eange, five miles 
from Oakland. An institution devoted to the education of 
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Sackett School. 

Located 529 Hobart street. 

First opened for pupils July, 1879, by Prof. D. P. Sackett, 
formerly Principal of Golden Gate Academy. Number of 
pupils about 50. 

St. Joseph's Academy. 

South side Fifth, between Madison and Jackson streets. 
Under charge of Brother Sabinian. 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. Pc is 
deservedly popular, being under the management of the 
most careful and efficient instructors. Number of pupils, 
160. 

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 Rev. M. King, Pastor of Oakland. 

Convent of Our Lady of Lourdes. 

This is a day school for girls and boys. Located on the 
northwest corner of East 15th street and Sixteenth avenue. 
Under charge of the Sisters of Mercy. The present average 
attendance is about 160. 

Pacific Theological Seminary. 

Located on Academy Hill. Eev. George Mooar, Profes- 
sor of Theology. 

St. Mary's Academy. 

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

St. Mary's Free School. 

Corner Seventh and Jefferson streets. Number of pupils 
about 200. Under charge of the Sisters. 

Home School for Young Ladies. 
Miss H. A. Field, Principal, 1825 Telegraph avenue. 



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German School. 

South side Ninth street, between Washington and Clay. 

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 
temporary 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 
fer a series of structures including " Homes," a central re- 
fectory, school-house, etc., all of which, when completed, 
will accommodate two hundred and fifty pupils. The build- 
ings are of the most substantial character, having concrete 
and stone foundations, brick superstructure, walls lined with 
hollow brick, slate roofs, all partitions of brick, and stone 
stair-cases throughout. Every arrangement to secure health 
and comfort has been made, while the system of segregation 
adopted will not onl}- be 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, w^hich is 
taught the blind as a means of obtaining a livelihood. The 
institution is sustained by the State, but clothing and trav- 
eling expenses must be provided by the parents or guardi- 
ans of the children, except in cases of extreme poverty, 
when a proper certificate from the County Judge will author- 
ize 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 
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and I. "Wormser, San Francisco. Warring Wilkinson, 
Principal. H. A. Palmer, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Instructors in the Deaf and Dumb Department: George 
B. Goodall, William A. Caldwell, Henry Frank, Douglas 
Tilden, Miss Phebe Wright and Miss Nettie Stewart. 

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



CHURCHES. 



First Baptist Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Fourteenth and Brush 
streets. Kev. Granville S. Abbott, Pastor. Pastoral resi- 
dence, Blake House, corner Central avenue and Washing- 
ton street. Hours of service, at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. M. 
Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. Chinese Sunday School at 
6 :30 p. M. Prayer meeting Wednesdays at 7 :30 p. m. This 
Society possesses an elegant and imposing church edifice, 
constructed of wood. 

Trinity Baptist Church. 

Location, corner Tenth and Washington streets. Rev. 
George Guirey, Pastor. Pastoral residence, San Francisco. 
Services at 11 A. M. and 7 :30 p. m. Prayer meeting, 7 :45 
p. M. Wednesday. Sunday School, 12:30 p. M. 

East Oakland Baptist Church. 

Location, northeast corner of East Fourteenth street and 
Tenth avenue. Be v. S. B. Morse, Pastor. Pastoral resi- 
dence, 554 East Sixteenth street. Hours of service at 11 
A. M. and 7 :30 p. m. Sunday School at 12 m. Chinese Sun- 
day School at 2 :30 p. m. 

First Congregational Church. 

Location, northwest corner Clay street and Central avenue. 
Eev. J. K. McLean, Pastor. Pastoral residence, 520 Thir- 
teenth street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. in Aviuter, 
and 11 A. M. and 8 P. M. in summer. Sunday School at 
12:30 p. M. Chinese Sunday School at 12:30 p. m. The 
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Second Congregational Church. 

Location, north side Chase street, between "Wood and 
Willow. Rev. J. T. Wills, • Pastor. Pastoral residence, 
1725 Goss street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 12:15 P. m. A new church edifice, with a 
seating capacity of four hundred has been recently com- 
pleted at a cost of $7,500. 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church. 

Location, corner of Plymouth and Elm avenues. Rev. 
George Mooar, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 6 :30 p. M. 
Sabbath School, 12:30 p. m. 

St. John's Episcopal Church. 

Location, Grove street, between Seventh and Eighth. 
Rev. Benjamin Akerly, D. D., Rector. Residence, south- 
west corner of Sixteenth and Adeline streets. Daily ser- 
vice 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 flourishing Sunday School. 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner Fourteenth and Harrison streets. Revs. 
J. Lewis Parks and Hobart Chatwood, Rectors. Service at 
11 A. M. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. 

Church of the Advent (Episcopal). 

Location, corner of East Fourteenth street and Seven- 
teenth avenue. Rev. Hamilton Lee, Pastor. Pastoral resi- 
dence, northeast corner East 20th street and Twelfth avenue. 
Services at 11 A. m, and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 9:45 

A. M. 

St. Andrew's Mission (Episcopal.) 

Meet at Masonic Hall, corner Willow and Seventh streets. 
Geo. F. Degen, Lay Reader, in charge. Service and Sun- 
day School, Sundays at 2:30 p. m. 

St. John's Mission (Episcopal) Temescal. 

Rev. Benjamin Akerly, D. D., Rector. Services at 3 
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First Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Fourteenth and Clay streets. 
, Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 9:30 a. m. Praise service at 6:30 p. m. 

Centennial Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Campbell street, between Eighth and Taylor. 
Rev. G. Newton, Pastor. Pastoral residence, 1669 Taylor 
street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p.- M. Sunday School 
at 12:30 p. m. 

German Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, Seventeenth street, between San Pablo and Tel- 
egraph avenues. Rev. C. H. Afflerbach, Pastor. Pastoral 
residence, next to the church. Services at 10:45 A. M and 
7:45 p. M. Sunday School at 9 A. m. 

Brooklyn Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, corner of Seventh avenue and East 15th street. 
Rev. William Angwin, Pastor. Pastoral residence, 268 
East 17th street. Services at 11 A. m. and 7:30 P. m. 
Class meeting, 12:30 P. m. Sunday School, 2 P. m. Prayer 
meeting, Wednesday, at 7 :30 p. m. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Seventh and Market streets. 
Rev. M. T. Ware, Pastor. Pastoral residence, Twenty- 
sixth street. Services at 11 A. m. and 7 :45 p. m. Sunday 
School at 1 :30 p. M. 

Chinese Mission of the M. E. Church. 

Location, 612 Fifteenth street. Sunday School at 7 p. M. 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. 

Meets at Kohler's Hall. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 
Sunday School at 10 a. m. 

First Presbyterian Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Fourteenth and Franklin 
streets. Rev. S. P. Sprecher, Pastor. Residence, 1366 



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Harrison street. Services at 11 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. Sun- 
day School at 9:30 a. m.; Chinese Sunday School at 5:30 
p. M. The church building and furniture are valued at over 
$80,000. 

Bethany Presbyterian Mission. 

Location, Vinzent Block. Kev. John Kae, Pastor. Ser- 
vices at 11:15 A. M. and 7:40 P. m. Sunday School at 12:45 
p. M. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, at 7 :40 p. m. 

First Presbyterian Church of East Oakland. 

Location, northeast corner of East 14tli street and Fif- 
teenth avenue. , Pastor. Services at 11 a. m. 

Sunday School at 12 :30 p. m. Chinese Sunday School at 5 
p. M. 

Second Presbyterian Church. 

Meets at Kohler's Hall. Eev. James Cameron, Pastor. 
Services at 11:15 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at 1 
p. M. Prayer meeting, every Wednesday, at 7 :30 P. M. 

Independent Presbyterian Church. 

Location, southeast corner of Thirteenth and JejBferson 
streets. Kev. L. Hamilton, Pastor. Pastoral residence, 
1165 Jackson. Services, every Sunday, at 11 A. m. and 7 :30 
p. M. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Prayer meeting, every 
Wednesday, at 7:30 p. m. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception (R. C.) 

Location, west side of Jefferson street, between Seventh 
and Eighth. Rev. Michael King, Pastor; Rev. P Maguire, 
Assistant. Mass on Sundays at 7, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m.; 
vespers at 7:30 p. m. Mass on week days at 7:30 A. m. 
Sunday School after the 8:30 a.m. mass; number of scholars 
about 500. Members of parish, 3,000. Seating capacity 
of church, 1,300; average morning attendance, 2,000. 

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

Location, north side of Seward, . between Campbell and 
Peralta streets. Rev. J. B. McNally, Pastor. Pastoral 
residence, adjoining church. Mass on Sundays at 8 and 
10:30 A. M. Vespers at 7:30 p. m. Mass on week days at 
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St. Anthony's Church (R. C.) 

Location, northwest corner East 16th street and Six- 
teenth avenue. Kev. William Gleeson, Pastor. Rev. Pat- 
trick J . Gallagher, Assistant. Mass at 8 and 10 : 30 a. m. 
on Sundays, and at 7 a. m. on week days. Vespers on Sun- 
days at 7 : 30 p. m. Sunday School at 2 p. m. 

Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (R. C.) 

Location, north side of Evoy avenue, between Grove and 
West streets. Eev. Lawrence Serda, Pastor. Mass on 
Sunday at 7 and 10 A. M, Vespers at 7 : 30 p. m. Sunday 
School after last mass. 

Seventh Day Adventist's Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Thirteenth and Clay streets. 
J. H. Waggoner, Pastor. Services on Sabbath (Saturday) 
at 11 A. M., and Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Sabbath School at 
9:30 a. m.; number of scholars, 150, Members of church, 
115. The church building and lot cost $14,000. Trustees: 
G. A. Baker, John I. Tay, William Beatty, E. A. Pritchard 
and W. N. Glenn. 

Christian Church. 

Location, northeast corner of Fifteenth and Clay streets. 
Eev. S. E. Pearre, Pastor; residence, junction San Pablo 
and Broadway, over Post Office. Services at 11 a. m. and 
7 :30 p. M. Sunday School at 9 : 10 A. m. 

Church of Christ. 

Medical Hall, corner of Eleventh and Clay streets. Eev. 
Carroll Kendrick, Pastor; residence, 480 Edwards street. 
Services on Sunday at 11 A. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday 
School at 10 A. M. Praise service at 7 p. m. 

First Hebrew Congregation of Oakland. 

This congregation has built a church on the south side 
of Fourteenth street, between Franklin and Webster. Eev. 
A. Chapara, Eabbi; A. Cerf, President; M. H. Coffee, Vice- 
President; E. Bernstein, Secretary; L. Hershberg, Treas- 
urer; I. Eyttenberg, L. Jaffa, A. Lipman, A. Barrett and 
M. Eosenberg, Trustees. Sabbath School: Saturday, 11 
A. M.; Sunday, 10 A. M.; 55 scholars. 



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CEMETERIES. 



Mountain View — Located at the northern terminus of 
Webster street, 2| miles from City Hall. William Collins, 
Superintendent. 

Odd Fellows' — Located near the head of Fruit Vale 
avenue. 

St. Maey's (R. C.) — Located at the northern terminus of 
Webster street, adjoining the Mountain View Cemetery. 

Hebrew — Located at the northern terminus of Webster 
street, 2J miles from City Hall. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Masonic. 



Knights' Templar, Oakland Commandery No. 11.— Stated 
Assembly on the first Tuesday of each month in Broadway 
Block. Solomon Lathrop, Eminent Commander; A. C. 
Waitt, Generalissimo; W. F. Fletcher, Captain General; 
David McClure, Prelate; C. E. Gillett, Senior Warden; J. 
E. Benton, Junior Warden; E. C. Gaskill, Treasurer; Frank 
W. Cushing, Kecorder; J. T. Gardiner, Standard Bearer; 
H, B. Sears, Sword Bearer; George D. Metcalf, Warder; F, 
X. Z. Marchand, Captain of the Guard; George Patterson, 
Samuel Bones and William Wilson, Guards. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 61, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the first Friday evening of each month at Ma- 
sonic Hall, southwest corner of Broadway and Eighth streets. 
Membership, 105. J. C. Martin, W. M.; J. A. Mattingly, 
S. W. ; E. J. Beeby, J. W.; Samuel Hirshberg, Treasurer; 
J. T. Gardiner, Secretary; J. C. Irwin, S. D.; Geo. Good- 
man, J. D.; Benjamin Akerly, Chaplain; H. Ash, Tyler. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M.— Stated meetings 
on the first Saturday of every month at Hall in Broadway 
Block, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. Membership', 
200. N. W. Spaulding, W. M. ; Geo. E. Whitney, S. W. ; 
J. E. Benton, J. W.; C. B. Eutherford, Treasurer; J. E. 
Ingols, Secretary; Jesse Walton, S. D.; Joseph Black, J. 
D.; David McClure, Chaplain; Edward Child, Marshal; A. 
S. Baker, Tyler. 



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Alcatkaz Lodge, No. 244, F. and A. M. — Stated meet- 
ings are held on the first Monday of each month at Masonic 
Hall, corner of Seventh and Willow streets. West Oakland. 
Membership, 65. A. A. McKeen, W. M.; A. C. Marr, S. 
W.; C. E. Taylor, J. W.; W. S. Snook, Treasurer; J. M. 
McGuire, Secretary; Geo. Goodsell, S. I).; Thomas Lang- 
ford, J. D.; S. Climo, Marshal; J. T. Wills, Chaplain; J. 
B. Oaks, Tyler. 

Beooklyn Lodge, No. 225, F. and A. M. — Stated meet- 
ings are held on the first Tiiesday of each month; called 
meetings every Tuesday evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall, cor- 
ner of East Central and Eleventh avenues, East Oakland. 
Membership, 42. G. M. Walker, W. M. ; J. A. Webster, 
S. W.; Joseph Hunt, J. W. ; James Cobbledick, Treasurer; 
Henry Tum Suden, Secretary; E. W. Martin, S. D.; E. 
Bangle, J. D.; Geo. E. Williams, Marshal; Samuel Parson 
and W. D. Conard, Stewards; W. D. Thomas, Tyler. 

Oakland Chaptek, No. 26, E. A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the first and third Thursday evenings of each 
month at hall of Live Oak Lodge. J. T. Gardiner, High 
Priest; A. A. McKeen, King; C. A. Broad, Scribe; W. B. 
Clayton, Captain of the Host; J. E. Glascock, Principal 
Sojourner; J. C. L'win, Eoyal Arch Captain; J. P. Wonder- 
lich. Master Third Vail; J. H. Troy, Master Second Vail; 
P. Baker, Master First Vail; Samuel Hirshberg, Treasurer; 
Frank H. Brooks, Secretary; A. Gemmell, Guard. 

Alameda Chapter, No. 36, E. A. M. — Stated meetings 
are held on the first and third Wednesday of each month 
at the hall in Broadway Block, on Broadway, between 
Eleventh and Twelfth. George E. Whitney, High Priest; 
E. E. Potter, King; (vacant). Scribe; F. W. Gushing, Cap- 
tain of the Host; J. J. Porter, Principal Sojourner; H. D. 
Eanlett, Eoyal Arch Captain; F. B. Eodolph, Master Third 
Vail; A. Kendall, Master Second Vail; E. A. Heron, Master 
First Vail; J. E. Ingols, Secretary; C. H. F. Braun, Treas- 
urer; A. S. Baker, Guard. 

Adoptive Masonry, the Order of the Eastern Star. 

Oak Leap Chapter, No. 8. — Meets at Masonic Hall, cor- 
ner Eighth and Broadway, on the second and fourth Tues- 
day of each month. Darwin De Golia, Worthy Patron; 
Mrs. Bettie A. Gaskill, Worthy Patron, Miss Dora Hirsh- 
berg, Associate Matron; Mrs. Delina Crellin, Treasurer; 
Miss Jennie Naismith, Secretary; Miss Cora Andrews, Con- 



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62 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

ductress; Miss Ella Crellin, Associate Conductress; Mrs. 

Caroline Pierson, Warder; Miss Eosenberg, Adah; 

Miss May Andrews, Kuth; Mrs. C. C. Walter, Esther; Miss 

Mary Rutherford, Martha; Miss Fellows, Electa; R. C. 

Gaskill, Sentinel. 

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. Most 
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 Central and Eleventh avenues. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 118. — Meets every Tuesday evening. 
The present membership is 260. George Kirk, N. G. ; A. 
W. Pulcifer, V. G. ; C. W. Baker, Recording Secretary; 
Thomas J. King, Financial Secretary; W. P. Hamilton, 
Treasurer. 

University Lodge, No. 144. — Meets every Thursday 
evening. Present membership, 180. M. E. Ryan, N. G. ; 
M. E. Clough, Y. G. ; H. L. Adams, Recording Secretary; 
D. E. Bortree, Permanent Secretary; Robert Hughes, 
Treasurer. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 198. — Meets every Monday evening. 
Present membership, 150. E. H. Lake, N. G. ; John Thex- 
ton, V. G. ; Joseph Lufkin, Recording Secretary; Fred. 
Peterson, Permanent Secretary; E. Kreyenhagen, Treasurer; 
Dr. C. Cushing, Medical Examiner. 

Orion Lodge, No. 189. — Meets every Saturday evening, 
at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner East Central and Eleventh 
avenues. East Oakland. Present membership, 98. H. M. 
Kingsbury, N. G.; V. S. Northey, Y. G.; W. A. Donald- 
son, Recording Secretary; George Chase, Financial Secre- 
tary; H. Liese, Treasurer. 

Harbor Lodge, No. 253. — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing, at Masonic Hall, West Oakland. Membership, 65. W. 
B. Ludlow, N. G.; William H. Gants, Y. G.; R. Springer, 
Recording Secretary; C. F. Taylor, Permanent Secretary; 
W. A. Hughes, Treasurer; Dr. A. G. Anthony, Medical 
Examiner. 



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Evening Stae Lodge, No. 263. — Meets every Wednesday 
evening, at Scliimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland. Mem- 
bership, 47. r. Scliimmelpfennig, N. G. ; F. Katzenberg, 
V. G. ; J. A. Sweet, Kecording Secretary; John McCracken, 
Treasurer. 

Golden Eule Encampment, No. 34. — Meets on the first 
and third Friday evenings of each month, at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. Membership, 150. Arthur D. Thompson, Chief 
Patriot; J. E. Benton, High Priest; George Kirk, Senior 
Warden; A. S. Bradford, Junior Warden; George W. Lewis, 
Scribe; Kobert Hughes, Treasurer. 

Alameda Degree Lodge, No. 5. — Meets on the second and 
fourth Friday evenings of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Membership, 375. D. A. Price, Degree Master; George 
Kirk, Deputy Degree Master; James Templeton, Secretary; 
W, S. Dryden, Treasurer. 

Oakland Kebekah Degree Lodge, No. 16. — Meets every 
Wednesday evening. Membership, 78. Mrs. G. W. Bol- 
ser, N. G. ; Mrs. H. L. Adams, V. G. ; Miss Lilian Brad- 
ford, Secretary; Miss Maggie Price, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Eebekah Degree Lodge, No. 12. — Meets every 
Monday evening, at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Central avenue, 
East Oakland. Membership, about 75. Mrs. A. M. Liese, 
N. G.; Mrs. Nellie Loud, V. G.; Mrs. M. G. Hamilton, 
Recording Secretary; Mrs. Sarah Yale, Financial Secretary; 
Miss Elvira Martin, Treasurer. 

Porter Lodge, No, 27. — Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Kohler's Hall, corner Seventh and Chester streets. Mem- 
bership, 45. John F. Pinkham, N. G.; Wm. J. Cotter, V. 
G.; , Recording Secretary; Wm. Maurhan, Per- 
manent Secretary; E. F. Kohler, Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association. — Meets on the last Mon- 
day evening of each month, at Odd Fellows' Hall. G. H. 
Fogg, President; James E. Ingols, 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 10 o'clock, at Odd Fellows' Hall, 
corner Eleventh and Franklin streets. W. B. Ludlow% Pres- 
ident; J. E. Crane, Secretary; M. E. Ryan, Treasurer. 



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64 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

The Odd Fellows' Cemetery Assocl4.tion. — Cemetery 
located near the head of Fruit Vale avenue. Monthly meet- 
ings third Wednesday of every month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
C. B. Kutherford, President; Robert Dalziel, Treasurer; 
George W. Lewis, Secretary. 

United Ancient Order of Druids. 

Oakland Grove, No. 24 — Meets at Live Oak Hall every 
Wednesday evening. Membership, 83. C. Winant, N. A.; 
Albert Sampson, Y. A.; W. T. Beck, Secretary; H. Smilow, 
Treasurer; L. Groettner, I. G. 

Agassiz Grove, No. 33 — Meets at Pythian Hall, 1056 
Broadway, every Monday evening. Number of members, 
50. F. Cavagnaro, P. A. J.; L. Jaccard, N. A.; G. Ada- 
mina, V. A.; S. Cheyrias, Rec. Sec; H. Grandjean, Treas. ; 
P. Calou, Conductor; P. Krepper, I. G. ; P. Noisat, O. G. 
This Grove works in the French language. 

Knights of Pythias. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 17 — Meets every Wednesday evening 
at Pythian Castle, 1056 Broadway. Membership, about 
100. A. W. Craig, P. C. ; R. J. Cavasso, C. C; I. C. Con- 
nor, y. C; J. A. Moore, Prelate; H. A. Holland, Keeper 
of Records and Seal; D. B. Bankhead, M. of E.; G. G. 
Thomas, M. of F.; W. B. Wakefield, M. at A.; E. F. Voor- 
hies, I. G. ; B. Larkin, O. G. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 32 — Instituted August 21, 1875. 
Present membership, 78. Meets every Monday evening at 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland. H. H. Colby, P. 
C; W. W. Mill, C. C; E. L. Hutton, V. C; W. H. Ham- 
ilton, Prelate; A. Hampel, Keeper of Records and Seal; 
Frederick Schimmelpfennig, M. of E.; J. W. Glaze, M, of 
F.; C. J. H. Luth, M. at A.; L. TriUut, I. G.; E. H. 
Warren, O. G. 

Liberty Lodge, No. 35 — Meets every Thursday evening at 
Masonic Hall, corner of Seventh and Willow streets. Insti- 
tuted April 1, 1876. Membership, 76. R. W. Grannis, P. 
C; A. Page, C. C; N. Steinhart, V. C; Capt. Freeman, 
Prelate; J. T. Morehead, Keeper of Records and Seal; J. 
Collyer, M. of F.; H. Y. Baker, M. of E.; C. M. Jackson, 
M. at A.; Moses Morris, I. G. ; — . Schack, O. G. ; Dr. A. 
G. Anthony, Medical Examiner. 



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Independent Order of Red Men (exclusively German.) 

Alameda Stamm, Ko. 113 — Meets every MoDclaj evening 
at Germania Hall. Membership, 60. William Sohst, D. 
G. C; William Sohst, O. Chief; Justus Held, U. Chief; 
Frank Senram, B. Chief; William Kohler, Treasurer; E. 
Harmon, Recording Sec. ; D. Vogt, Financial Sec. 



Ancient Order Hibernians. 

DmsiON No. 1 — Meets on the third Thursday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall, Broadway, between Third and 
Fourth. Nicholas Wheeler, President; Thomas Eowan, 
"Vice-President; P. Heverin, Financial Secretary; George 
Shields, Eecording Secretary; M; J. Ryan, Treasurer. 

Division No. 2 — Meets on the first Thursday of each 
month at Hibernia Hall. James Keys, President; John 
Ham, Vice-President; C A. Mulvey, Recording Secretary; 
Thomas Kiley, Financial Secretary; P. Murphy, Treasurer. 

DmsiON No. 3 — Meets on second Thursday of each month 
at Hibernia Hall. P. Murphy, President; F. Haley, Vice- 
President; John O'Bryan, Recording Secretary; Thomas 
Murray, Financial Secretary; James McElroy, Treasurer. 

Independent Order of Good Templars. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 384. — Meets every Thursday even- 
ing, at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, on East Central avenue, be- 
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth avenues. East Oakland. 
Membership, about 55. J. D. Yost, W. C. T.; M. Watson, 
W. V. T. ; A. Whipple, W. S. ; E. Warren, W. F. S. ; H. 
Freeman, W. T.: G. Icke, W. M. ; H. S. Smith, L. D. and 
W. C; Miss A. Liese, W. I. G.; W. Stocker, W. O. G. ; W. 
R. Jones, P. W. C. T. 

Athens Lodge No. 286. — Meets every Saturday evening, 
at Millington's Hall. Membership, about 85. C. E. Quig- 
ley, W. C. T.; Mrs. Rundells, W. V. T.; W. C. Bridgeman, 

W. S.; J. W. Towle, W. F. S.; Mrs. Freeman, W. t.; 

Clark, W. M.; W. Coolidge, P. W. C. T. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 193. — Meets every Monday evening, 
at Camron Hall. Membership, 67. J. Gilman, L. D. ; K. 
C. Hatch, W. C. T.; Miss E. C. Peck, W. V. T.; F. San- 
ford, W. S. ; Miss Jennie S. Naismith, W. F. S. ; Mrs. Rand, 
W. T. ; Mr. Taylor, W. M. 



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Ivy Lodge No. 200. — Meets on Friday evening, at Masonic 
Hall, corner of Seventh and Willow streets, West Oakland. 
Membership, 45. Instituted January, 1876. W. F. Price, 
L. D.; J. M. McGuire, P. W. C. T.; Charles Poulter, W. 0. 
T. ; Miss Nellie Bigley, W. V. T. ; Mrs. P. A. Berry, W. S. ; 
Charles Scott, W. F. S. ; Miss Emily Davison, W. T.; Chas. 
Surryhne, M. ; Miss Emma Surrvhne, W. I. G. ; K. Cobb, 
W. O. G. 

Champions of the Red Cross. 

Myrtle Encampment, No. 61. — Meets every Saturday 
evening, at Masonic Hall, southwest corner of Broadway 
and Eighth streets. Membership, '23. G. M. Teeple, C; 
Miss Clementina Kowley, Jr. C: C. F. Hemphill, C. of H.; 
L. J. Eector, Recording Secretary; L. A. Kaleigh, Financial 
Secretary; C. P. Raleigh, Treasurer. 

Independent Order of B'nai B'rith. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 252. — Meets at Masonic Hall, cor- 
ner of Eighth and Broadway, every Sunday. Membership, 
45. M. H. Coffee, Monitor; I. D. Ryttenberg, President; 
A. Jonas, Vice-President; E. Bernstein, Secretary; A. Cerf, 
Treasurer; J. Coleman, Warden. 

Order of Orangemen. 

Lincoln Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 137. — Meets at Nicholl 
Hall every alternate Saturday. 

Herrmann's Scehne. 

California Lodge, No. 2 — Meets every Thursday night 
at Germania Hall. Membership, 93. E. Harmon, Presi- 
dent; Fred. Offe, Vice-President; Charles Partenski, Re- 
cording Secretary; Fred. BruDJes, Financial Secretary; 
Frank Harding, Treasurer. 

Janissaries of Light. 

Temple, No. 11.— Organized September, 1876. Number 
of members about 30. Meets at 8 o'clock every Saturday 
evening, at 310 Grove street. J. C. Darnal, Worthy Centre; 
D. Leitch, Chairman Board of Council; Mrs. R. Stewart, 
Recording Secretary. 

Temple, No. 40. — Organized October, 1878. Number of 
members about 6Y. Meets at Nicholl Hall every Tuesday, 



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at 8 p. M. J. B. Wilson, Worthy Centre and Chairman 
Board of Council; Mrs. S. G. Johnson, Recording Sec- 
retary. 

Ancient Order of United Workmen. 

Officees of the Grand Lodge. — M. T. Brewer, Past 
Grand Master Workman; Clay W. Taylor, Grand Master 
Workman; William H. Barnes, Grand Foreman; E. De 
Lano, Grand Overseer; H. G. Pratt, Grand Recorder, 
office St. Ann's Building, corner Eddy and Powell streets, 
San Francisco; C. H. Haile, Grand Receiver; I. A. Duns- 
moor, Grand Guide; William Wiltse, Jr., Grand Watch- 
man; Grand Trustees, Charles F. Gompertz, Charles G. 
Reed and Ed. Carlson; Representatives to Supreme Lodge, 
H. G. Pratt, Wm. H. Jordan and M. T. Brewer. 

California, No. 1. — Instituted August 21, 1875. Meets 
every Tuesday night at Masonic Hall, West Oakland. Mem- 
bersliip, 105. George F. Degen, P. M. W. ; George E. 
Bugbee, M. W. ; William H. Wilkinson, Recorder; E. Sur- 
ryhne. Receiver. 

Oakland, No. 2. — Instituted June 10, 1876. Meets every 
Friday night in A. O. U. W. Hall, corner Central avenue 
and Franklin street. Membership, 114. M. E. Ryan, P. 
M. W.; F. Dawe, M. W.; S. H. Mitchell, Recorder; W. 
R. Thomas, Receiver. 

Brooklyn, No. 3. — Instituted September 19, 1876. Meets 
every Thursday night in A. O. U. W. Hall. Membership, 
53. James Miller, "P. M. W.; H. C. Hinman, M. W.; Geo. 
Chase, Recorder; J. W. Phillips, Receiver. 

Occidental, No. 6. — Instituted. July 20, 1877. Meets 
every Friday night at Kohler's Hall, West Oakland. Mem- 
bership, 97. N. B. Hoyt, P. M. W.; J. A. Hall, M. W.; 
W. G. Hawkett, Recorder; N.' B, Hoyt, Receiver. 

Pacific, No. 7.— Instituted July 24, 1877. Meets every 
Thursday night at Masonic Hall. Membership, 165. Geo. 
J. Mitchell, P. M. W.; Henry Vrooman, M. W. ; C. W. 
Baker, Recorder; A. A. Guernsey, Receiver. 

Temple, No. 11 (Temescal.) — Instituted December 4, 
1877. Meets every Monday night at A. O. IT. W. Hall. 
Membership, 50. G. W. Beighle, P. M. W.; H. C. Bab- 
cock, M. W.; W. H. Eadon, Recorder; C. R. Norris, Re- 
ceiver. 

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C. K. Eobinson, P. M. W.; C. H. Dunton, M. W.; Geo. 
G. Bailey, Kecorder; J. W. Warboys, Receiver. 

Keystone, No. 64. — Instituted November 13, 1878. 
Meets every Tuesday night at A. O. U. W. Hall. Member- 
ship, 61. N. P. Vallejo, P. M. W.; P. H. McGrew, M.W.; 
George H. Miller, Recorder; J. J. White, Receiver. 

Degree of Honor, A. O. U. W. 

Dawn of Hope, No. 1. — Meets at Kohler's Hall second 
and fourth Monday night of every month. Membership, 
100. 

SiLVEK Star, No. 2.— Meets at A. O. U. W. Hall, Teme- 
scal, every Friday night. 

Ivy, No. 4.— Meets at A. O. U. W. Hall first and third 
Wednesday night of every month. 

Knights of Honor. 

Clinton Lodge, No. 2019, K. of H. — Meets every Wednes- 
day at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland. W. H. H. Hamil- 
ton, Dictator; F. M. Deene, Vice Dictator; David Hughes, 
Assistant Dictator; J.H.Hayes, Recorder; Joseph Chessman, 
Financial Recorder; T. F. Steere, Treasurer; Samuel Par- 
sons, Chaplain; W. C. White, Guide; B. Bangle, Guardian; 
H. H. Colby, Sentinel; M. W. Fish, Medical Examiner. 

Lodge No. — . K. of H. — Meets at Kohler's Hall, every 
Thursday evening. Membership, 40. W. W. Morrison, 
Past Dictator; N. B. Hoyt, Dictator; J. T. Carothers, Vice 
Dictator; G. E. Bugbee, Assistant Dictator; W. G. Hawkett, 
Recorder; W. F. Price, Financial Recorder. 

American Legion of Honor. 

Council No. — , A. L. of H. — Meets at 1056 Broadway, 
on the first and third Fridays of each month. Number of 
members, 90. James Dods, Commander; John Gushing, 
Vice Commander; J. G. McCallum, Orator; E. W. Wood- 
ward, Treasurer; C. L. Crabtree, Secretary; O. C. Wheeler, 
Past Commander. 

Council No. — , A. L. of H. — Meets at Kohler's Hall, 
West Oakland, on the first and third Saturdays of each 
month. Membership, 40. J. F. Pinkham, Commander; 
J. K. Price, Vice Commander; W. F. Price, Secretary; N. 
B. Vail, Collector; E. F. Kohler, Treasurer. 



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MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 69 

Unity Council, A. L. of H. — Meets every Friday evening 
at Masonic Hall, West Oakland. Membership, 30. A. G. 
Anthony, Past Commander; W. S. Snook, Commander; W. 

B. Ludlow, Vice Commander; John W. Thurman, Orator: 

C. W. Gilbert, Eecorder; ti. W. Ball, Collector; A. A. Mc- 
Keen, Treasurer. 

Union Council A. L. of H., No. 168. — Meets every alter- 
nate Friday, at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland. J. E. 
Blethen, Commander; A. L. Fuller, Vice Commander; W. 
H. H. Hamilton, Orator; H. C. Hinman, Past Commander; 
M. J. Hamilton, Secretary; J. H. Haj-es, Collector; T. F. 
Steere, Treasurer; Georgietta Blethen, Chaplain; Benjamin 
Crandell, Guide; Samuel Parsons, Warden; T. J. Hughes, 
Sentry. 



MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 

Alameda County Medical Association. — Meets at the 
Health Office, City Hall, on the second Tuesday evening of 
each month. Organized October 25th, 1869. Incorporated 
January 9th, 1871. Annual election on the second Tuesday 
in January. Active members, 42; honorary members, 5; 
non-resident members, 12. P. Wheeler, President; J. R. 
Brad way, Vice-President; R. Woods, Secretary; E.W. Buck, 
Treasurer. Board of Censors: J. B. Trembley, J. S. Adams 
and N. L. Buck. 

Daughters of Israel Benenolent Society. — Instituted 
March, 1877. Meets on the third Wednesday of each month 
in Vestry room of the Synagogue. Membership, 35. Mrs. 
Pi. Bell, President; Mrs. J. Letter, Vice-President; Mrs. M. 
H. Coffee, Secretary; Mrs. I. Alexander, Treasurer; Mrs. 
N. Cohen, Mrs. E. Bernstein and Mrs. A. Barrett, Trustees. 

Deutscher Feauen Verein. — Meets at Germania Hall on 
the first Thursday of each month. Membership, 80. Mrs. 
Schwerdt, President; Mrs. Herman Cordes, Vice-President; 
Mrs. Price, Secretary; Mrs. Schramm, Treasurer. 

German School Society or Oakland.- School, Ninth 
street, between Washington and Clay streets. Scholars, 20; 
members, 90. Dr. H. T. Legler, "^President; E. Mueller, 
Secretary; H. Tum Suden, Treasurer; Miss Clarens, Teach- 
er; H. Cordes, J. F. W. Bahls, H. Tum Suden, Charles 
Bredhoff and Louis Leimort, Directors. 



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Germania Hall Association. — Meets every first and third 
Tuesday of each month at Germania Hall. Samuel Hirsh- 
berg, President; Henry Marten, Secretary; E. Kreyenhagen, 
Treasurer. 

Hebrew Benevolent Society. — Meets on the first Sunday 
evening of each month at the Hall, corner of Eighth street 
and Broadway. D. S. Hirshberg, President; Jacob Sam- 
uels, Yice-President; I. D. Kyttenberg, Secretary and Treas- 
urer; S. Hirshberg, Leon Hershberg and H. Ash, Trustees. 

Young Mens' Hebrew Association. — Meets on the second 
Sunday of each month at Masonic Hall, corner of Eighth 
street and Broadway. Membership, 40. D. S. Hirshberg, 
President; George Samuels, Vice-President; P. E. Bern- 
stein, Secretary; S. Kahn, Treasurer. 

Ladies' Belief Society. — Incorporated June 12, 1872. 
Monthly meeting first Thursday of every month, in the 
Chapel of the First Congregational Church during the 
Winter months, and at the Home during Summer. Annual 
meeting first Thursday in May. The Society owns a Home 
and ten acres of land on the south side of Linden avenue, 
between Broadway and Telegraph avenue, Temescal, do- 
nated to them by Elijah Bigelow, Esq. Since the Home 
has been in their possession improvements costing about 
$8,000 have been added. The present number of inmates is 
70, and no others can be received except as vacancies occur. 
Ofiicers: Mrs. N. P. Perine, President; Mrs. K. W. Kirk- 
ham and Mrs. Lucy E. Dam, Vice-Presidents; Mrs. S. E. 
Henshaw, Recording Secretary; Mrs. F. E. Weston, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Mrs. S. G. Chamberlain, Treasurer; 
Mrs. Isabella Perkins, Matron. 

Oakland Athletic Club.— Meets at Germania Hall, on 
Webster street, near Seventh, on the first Thursday of each 
month. Practice nights Monday and Wednesday. Ed. A. 
Parker, President; W. G. Henshaw, Vice-President; W. H, 
Rabe, Secretary; F. P. Marsh, Treasurer; George E. De 
Golia, E. W. Dean, L. Ghirardelli, George Gladding and 
C. B, Overacker, Board of Directors; Benj. Boguer and John 
Hammersmith, Leaders. 

Oakland Benevolent Society. — Meets on the second 
Monday of each month, at rooms of the Association, 516 
Fifteenth street. The object of the Association is to afford 
relief to the worthy, whom adverse circumstances have ren- 
dered temporarily needy. During twelve months ending 



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MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 71 

May 1st, relief has been granted in 6,748 cases; during tlie 
same time $2,827 25 were received and 12,802 37 expended, 
and about $2,500 worth of clothing were distributed. E. 
W. Buck, President; H. B. Sears, Secretary and Manager. 

Oakland Turn Verein. — Regular meetings are held on 
the first and third Wednesday evenings of each month, at 
Germania Hall. A library comprising over one thousand 
volumes is sustained by the association. The reading-room 
is open every evening. Number of members, 70. Officers : 
Otto Kneipp, President; H. J. Sohst, Yice-President; Theo. 
Karsten, Secretary; David Yogt, Treasurer; Henry Marten, 
Leader; Charles Kirschhoff, Steward and Ijibrarian. 

St. Anthony's Catholic Total Abstinence Literary and 
Philharmonic Society. — Meets at St. Anthony's Hall, Six- 
teenth avenue between East Fifteen and East Sixteenth 
streets, every Thursday evening. Membership, about 60. 
J. J. Kane, President; JohnH. Ellis, Vice-President; Victor 
Gilardin, Corresponding Secretary; James Lamb, Secretary; 
A. Foute, Treasurer. 

Oakland Literary and Aid Society. — Incorporated in 
1875. Number of members, 67. TJiis society is composed 
exclusively of colored members, and has for its object 
mutual improvement and social intercourse; coupled with 
this also is a system of mutual benefits, which provides for 
a payment of three dollars per week to members during 
sickness, and the sum of fifty dollars for funeral expenses 
in case of death of any member. Meets every Monday even- 
ing in their hall adjoining Hibernia Hall, 714 Broadway. 
C. H. Scott, President; Miss E. A. Farrell, Recording Sec- 
retary; J. "W. Smith, Financial Secretary; Mrs. A. E. Far- 
rell, Treasurer. 

Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. — Organ- 
ized 1877. Number of members, 50. Since the organiza- 
'* tion of this society there have been several convictions for 
violations of the State statute providing for the punishment 
of persons found guilty of cruelty to animals. W. B. Hardy, 
Treasurer. William S. Baxter, Secretary. 

Native Sons of the Golden West — Oakland Lodge, 
No. 2. — Instituted November, 1876. Number of members, 
50. Meets every Monday evening in Nicholl Hall, 474 Ninth 
street. E. H. McMillan. President; James J. Nash, Vice 
President; A. L. Sampson, Second Vice-President; L. 
Schneilly, Third Vice-President; W. A. Nash, Secretary; 



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Henry Trever, Kecording Secretary; J. J. Nagle, Treasurer; 
J. Beclit, Marshal. 

Occidental Club. — Organized February, 1878- Location 
of rooms, comer of Central avenue and Harrison street. 
Objects: Social intercourse, reading-room, etc. Number of 
members, 70. E. Hochkofler, President; A. K. P. Harmon, 
Vice-President; G. Muecke, Secretary; H. P. Gregory, 
Treasurer. 

Homeopathic Hospital Society. — Organized in 1877 for 
the purpose of providing for the maintenance of a hospital, 
furnishing treatment in this particular school of medicine. 
Under its auspices the hospital, 864 Nineteenth street, near 
Market, has been opened for the free treatment of patients. 
Parties desiring treatment c^n be admitted on application to 
Dr. Lyons, northeast corner Jefferson and Eleventh streets; 
Dr. J. M. Selfridge, Surgeon. 

Egbert Emmet Literaey and Social Club. — Meets every 
Thursday night at Nieholl Hall. Number of members, 
45. James Cahill, President; J. Twohig, Vice-President; 
Burnett McManus, Secretary. 

St. Joseph's Benevolent Society. — Meets on the second 
Monday evening of each month at St. Mary's Hall, Seventh 
street, between Jefferson and Grove. Membership, 75. B. 
McFadden, President; Zack Montgomery, Vice-President; 
A. Mclsaac, Eecording Secretary; John Lj^nch, Financial 
Secretary; T. E. Burns, Treasurer. 

Grand Army of the Eepublic, Lyon Post, No. 8. — Es- 
tablished Sept. 10, 1878. Meets every second and fourth 
Wednesday, at A. O. U. W. Hall, southeast corner Central 
avenue and Franklin street. Membership, 80. James M. 
Davis, Post Commander; T. H. Allen, Senior Vice-Com- 
mander; S. P. Babcock, Junior Vice-Commander; Jacob 
Winkler, Adjutant; James Hill, Qviartermaster; D. C. Law- f 
rence. Chaplain; F. L.Parker, Officer Day; George Oakes, 
Officer Guard; George Minnett, Sergeant Major; H. C. 
Wells, Q. M. Sergeant. 

Verein Eintracht.— Meets at Germania Hall every Tues- 
day. Membership, 140. Frank Harding, President; Geo. 
Liebel, Vice-President; Christ. Goerner, Secretary; John 
Haller, Treasurer. 

The Brooklyn Cosmopolitan Society.— Objects : Tem- 



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MILITARY. 73 



perance and literary. Meets every Sunday evening, at 7 p. 
M., in Odd Fellows' Hall, corner East Central and Eleventh 
avenues. C. A. Pinkbam, President; J. H. Taggart, Sec- 
retary. 

St. Andeew's Benevolent Society. — Organized 1878. 
Meets every Thursday evening, in Pythian Castle. Number 
of members about 100. Archibald McKinlay, President; 
John Collins and Alexander Campbell, Vice-Presidents; 
James Templeton, Secretary; Thomas Turnbull, Financial 
Secretary; Peter Thompson, Treasurer. 



MILITARY. 



Oakland Guard. — Unattached, Second Brigade, N. G. C. 
Armory, Millington's Hall. Membership, 78. Weekly drill 
every Thursday evening. Squad drill Tuesday. Henry 

Levy, Captain; , First Lieutenant; H. H. Bur- 

rell, Second Lieutenant; Martin Eyan, First Sergeant. 

Oakland Light Cavalry. — Unattached, Second Brigade, 
N. G. C. Armory, 1069 Broadway. Membership, 79. 
Meets at armory every Monday evening, at 7:30 p. m. in 
Winter, and 8 p. m. in Summer. Squad drill every Thurs- 
day night. W. C. Little, Captain; T. H. Allen, First Lieu- 
tenant; W. H. H. Husse}', Second Lieutenant; Webb N. 
Pearce, Second Lieutenant; E. H. Woolsey, Surgeon; Kev. 
J. K. McLean, Chaplain; E. E. Danforth, First Sergeant; 
N. Williams, Quartermaster Sergeant. 

Oakland Amateur Rifle Association — Instituted April 
18, 1876. Meets at 672 Eleventh street. Number of mem- 
bers, 40. This society is formed of amat-eurs who have been 
enabled by practice to compete with the best marksmen in 
the State. E. H. Pardee, President; E. J. Webster, Sec- 
retary; Sheldon I. Kellogg, Jr., Vice-President and Treas- 



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BANKS. 



First National Bank of Oakland. 

Incorporated May 15, 1875. 

No. 969 Broadway. V. D. Moody, President; B. F. 
Mann, Vice-President; C. H. Twombly, Cashier. Author- 
ized capital, $1,000,000. Paid up capital, $100,000. 

Union National Bank. 

Incorporated May 26, 1875. 

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

Oakland Bank of Savings. 

Incorporated August 13, 1867. 

Northeast corner Twelfth and Broadway. E. C. Sessions, 
President; W. W. Garthwaite, Cashier. Capital and re- 
serve, $496,350. Authorized Capital, $1,000,000. Deposits, 
$1,556,587. Earnings for six months ending December 31, 
1879, $86,666. 

Union Savings Bank. 

Incorporated May 26, 1869. 

Southeast corner Broadway and Ninth streets. J. West 
Martin, President; H. A. Palmer, Vice-President and Treas- 
urer. Loans, December 31, 1879, $1,503,871.77. Deposits, 
$1, 317,094 . 93. Capital and reserve fund, $503,929. 

West Oakland Mutual Iioan Association. 

Incorporated July 21, 1875. 

Capital stock, $600,000. Membership, 300. Office, Ma- 
sonic Hall, corner Willow and Seventh streets. This is a 
mutual banking association, whose object is to assist sal- 
aried persons in obtaining homes, saving their earnings, and 
to aid them in improving and acquiring real and other prop- 
erty. This society is in successful operation, with a paid 
up capital of over $250,000. Its officers are N. Giamboni, 
President; William Wagner, Treasurer, and A. Sbarboro, 
Secretary. 



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LIBRARIES. 75 



LIBRARIES. 

Free Library and Central Reading Rooms of Oakland. 

Nortli side of Fourteenth street between Washington and 
Clay streets. The association has been formed to provide a 
free reading room to the public. Here will be found news- 
papers and periodicals aggregating over one hundred in num- 
ber. The library contains nearly 6,000 volumes. Branches 
of this institution have been established at 170-4 Seventh 
street, West Oakland, and at 622 East Central avenue. East 
Oakland. Open daily, Sundays and Holidays excepted, from 
9 A. M. to 9 p. M. J. iPreston Moore, President; G. M. Fish- 
er, Vice-President; J. B. McChesney, Secretary and Treas- 
urer; Miss Ina D. Coolbrith, Librarian; Henry Peterson and 
Miss Ina Peterson, Assistant Librarians. 

Odd Fellows' Library. 

Second floor of Odd Fellows' Hall Building, northwest 
corner of Franklin and Eleventh streets. The present num- 
ber of volumes in the library is a little over 4,000; several 
hundred volumes have recently been added to the collection. 
During 1879, 19,623 volumes were taken out for perusal. 
The library is sustained by Oakland, University, and Foun- 
tain Lodges, of Oakland, and Porter Lodge, of West Oak- 
land; each Lodge contributing fifty cents per quarter for 
each member of the Lodge in good standing. Reading room 
open from 9 a. m. to 12 m. ; from 1 to 5 p. m., and from 6 to 
9 p. M. Officers: W. D. Harwood, President; G. W. Lewis, 
Secretary; D. T. Fowler, Treasurer; P. J. Ipsen, Librarian. 
Officers' meetings last Friday of each month. 

Odd Fellows' Library, East Oakland. 

Odd Fellows' Hall. Number of volumes about 1,000. 
The library is sustained by Orion Lodge, of East Oakland. 
W. H. Hamilton, President; F. M. W- Fish, Secretary; H. 
W. Barnes, Treasurer; W. C. White, Librarian. 



THE PRESS. 



The Press of Oakland consists of one daily morning and 
one daily evening paper, three general weekly newspapers, 
one semi-weekly (German paper), one illustrated weekly, one 



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76 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 

semi-monthly and two monthly papers. They are generally 
well edited, and reflect the spirit of the gi'owing city. 

Times (daily morning), 952 Broadway. Published by 
Times Publishing Co. Yearly subscription, $6; by carrier, 
15 cents per week. 

Tkibune (daily evening), 406 Central avenue. Published 
by Tribune Publishing Company. Yearly subscription, $6; 
delivered at 15 cents per week. 

Hekald of Teuth (monthly.) Devoted to the religious 
interests of the Pacific Coast. Kev. G. S. Abbott, Editor. 
Subscriptions 50 cents per annum. 

Oakland Journal (German semi-weekly.) Published by 
the Journal Company, Germania Hall. 

The Mieror (weekly illustrated), room 6, Wilcox Block. 
Published by the Mirror Publishing Co. Monthly subscrip- 
tion, 25 cents. 

Brooklyn Yidette (weekly. ) Issued every Friday. Of- 
fice, 612 Central avenue, East Oakland. G. W. Barter, 
Publisher.. Subscription, $3.50 per annum. 

Oakland Press (weekly.) Published by DeWitt C. 
Lawrence, southeast corner Seventh and Willow street. 
West Oakland. 

Signs of the Times, corner Castro street and Central 
avenue. Elders James White, J. L. Andrews and Uriah 
Smith, Editors. Elder J. H. Waggoner, Kesident Editor. 
Published weekly by the Pacific Press. Subscription price, 
$2 per year. 

The Pacific Press. Published monthly by the Pacific 
Press Publishing Co., corner Castro street and Central 
avenue. Subscription, 25 cents per year. 



PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 



Academy of Music, south side of Sixth, between Wash- 
ington and Broadway streets. 

Dietz Opera House, north side of Central avenue, between 
Webster and Harrison streets. 

Germania Hall, east side of Webster, between Sixth and 
Seventh streets. 



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MORTUARY REPORT STREET RAILROADS. 77 



MORTUARY REPORT. 



Oakland is, beyond a doubt, the most healthful city on 
the continent. The death rate in 1879 is shown by the 
official reports to be 9.65. The number of deaths in 1879 
was 410, of which 222 were males and 188 females. In ad- 
dition to this there were 27 still births. 

There were 473 births. The excess of births over deaths 
was 63. The birth rate is much higher^ but cannot be accu- 
rately stated, as a number of physicians have not complied 
with the ordinance, compelling them to make monthly re- 
ports. 



THE STREET RAILROAD SYSTEM. 



Oakland Raileoad. — 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. Office, room 2, Wilcox Block. 

San Pablo Avenue Eailroad. — This road runs from the 
corner of Seventh and Broadway to Oakland Trotting Park, 
and to Emery Station — C. P. R. R. (northern branch). The 
route is on Broadway and San Pablo avenue. The road is 
two miles and a half in length. J. S. Emery, President; H. 
H. Towns, Secretary; I.W. Knox, Treasurer. Office, room 
2, Wilcox Block. 

Broadway and Piedmont Railroad. — This road runs from 
Seventh and Washington via Fourteenth, Broadway and 
Webster streets to the Mountain View Cemetery, a distance 
of about three miles. A branch has recently been con- 
structed from near the terminus to Piedmont Springs, about 
one mile in length. Office, 522 Fourteenth street. 

Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad. — This road runs 
from Brooklyn station, via Thirteenth and Fourteenth ave- 
nues to the northern terminus of Fruit Vale avenue, a 
distance of about two and one -half miles. Office, 422 
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Fruit Vale and Mills' Seminary Railroad. — Runs from 
Brooklyn station, via Thirteenth avenue and East Four- 
teenth street to High street, where it connects with stages 
for Mills' Seminary. 

Oaexand, Brooklyn and Fruit Yale Railroad. — From 
corner Broadway and Seventh streets, up Broadway to Cen- 
tral avenue, out Central avenue and East Central avenue to 
Sixth avenue. 

Fourteenth Street Railroad. — This road runs from cor- 
ner Washington and Seventh to Fourteenth, to Wood, down 
Wood to Point Station. Office, 522 Fourteenth. 

Alameda, Oakland and Piedmont Railroad. — This road 
runs from Seventh and Broadway to Water, thence to Web- 
ster to Alameda. 



POST OFFICES. 



There is one Main Post Office and two Branch Offices 
within the corporate limits of Oakland. 

Oakland Post Office. 

Location, junction Broadway, San Pablo avenue and 
Fourteenth street. 

E. P. Marsellus, Postmaster; Ben. Hall, Assistant Post- 
master and Money Order Clerk; Webb N. Pearce, Chief 
Clerk and Superintendent of City Delivery; H. D. Eliason, 
Mailing Clerk; 0. K. Marsellus, Stamp Clerk. George Bur- 
beck, Register and Box Clerk; F. A. Poor, General Delivery 
Clerk; Miss A. La Grange, General Delivery Clerk. 

Office Hours — General delivery open daily from 8:00 a. m. 
to 7:30 p. M.; Sundays, from 12:30 to 1:30 p. m. Registry 
office open daily, except Sunday, from 9: 00 a. m. to 4 :00 p. 
M. Stamp window open daily from ^8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. 
Money order office open daily, except Sunday, from 9:00 A. 
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POST OFFICE. 79 


Sundays, from 12 :30 to 1 :30 P. M. Mails arrive and depart 
as follows : 




ABBITE. 


DEPART. 


Alameda and West End 


8:30 a. M.| 8:30 a.m. 

3:30 P.M. 5 5:00 p.m. 

7:50 a. M.i 8:30 a.m. 
12:30 p. M.' 11:30 p. m. 

5:00 P.M. 5:00 p.m. 

5:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 

6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 

6:00 p.m. 7:50 a.m. 
11:20 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 
12:30 A. M 4-no P ivT 






do 










Ogden and San Francisco 


Lathrop and Los Angeles 


Berkeley 


11:20 a.m. 
5:00 p.m. 


9:30 a.m. 
4:00 p. M. 


do .... 




Branch Offices. 

Beooklyn Post Office. — Location, southeast corner of 
East Central and Thirteenth avenues. Thomas F. Steere, 
Superintendent. Office open daily from 8:00 a. m. to 8:00 
p. M. ; Sundays from 9 :00 to 11 :00 a. m. Mails arrive and 
depart as follows : 




AKKIVE . 


DEPAET. 


Brooklyn Station 


7:00 a.m. 
11:30 a.m. 

7:00 A. m. 
11:30 a. m. 


8:00 a.m. 
12:40 P.M. 

8:00 a.m. 
12:40 p.m. 


do do . . . 


West Oakland Station 


do do 




West Oaexand Post Office.— Location, 1792 Seventh 
sti-eet. H. Y. Baker, Superintendent. Office open daily 
from 7 A. M. to 8 P. m. ; Sundays from 5 to 6 P. M. 

NoETH Temescal Post Office.— Location, Telegi-aph ave- 
nue, near Fifty-first street. Elias Gill, Postmaster. Office 
hours from 7 a. M to 8 p. m. 



Gilbert & Brown. 



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OBered at No. 2 Park Row, Park Street, Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Market St., S. F., INTERIOR DECORATOR. 



STREET AND AVENUE GUIDE. 



The original town site 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 Four- 
teenth 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 num- 
bering the houses on streets running westward therefrom, and South Front street forms the initial 
point for ail streets running northward therefrom. 

East Oakland, or Brooklyn, is laid out regularly. The numbering commences at First avenue, 
increasing toward the east, and at an Imaginary extension of South Front street increasing toward 
the north. Filty numbers are allotted to each block throughout the entire city, with a few special 
exceptions. The plan is such that the numbers in eoch tier of blocks are Identical throughout the 
city. 



A, W 8 Beach, west to West 


702 Third 


EAST STREET 


Front, bet Thirtieth and 


752 Fourth 


1652 Twenty-third 


Thirty-second. 


802 Fifth 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Adams Avenue, extension 


826 Sixth 


1752 Twenty-fifth 


of East Fourteenth to San 


852 Seventh 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


Leandro Bead. 


902 Eighth 


Bay, f m Lake Shore av .north- 


Adeline, N b South Front, N 


952 Ninth 


easterly. 


to San Pablo av, bet Chest- 


1002 Tenth 


Bay Place, E b Telegraph 


nut and Magnolia. 


1052 Eleventh 


av, bet Laiureland Merrimac 


EAST STREET 


1102 Twelfth 


pi. 


602 First 


1152 Thirteenth 


Beach, W fm intersection of 


702 Third 


1202 Fourteenth 


Union and South Front to 


802 Fifth 


1252 Fifteenth 


West Front, bet South Front 


852 Seventh 


1302 Sixteenth 


and State. 


902 Eighth 


1352 Seventeenth 


NORTH STREET 


1002 Tenth 


1402 Eighteenth 


1252 Union 


1102 Twelfth 


Alice Park, bet Harrison 


1302 Poplar 


1202 Fourteenth 


end Alice, N of Fourteenth 


1352 Kirkham 


1302 Sixteenth 


Alta, N f ni Lake Shore av to 


1402 Cypress 


1402 Eighteenth 


Hunfs Tract. 


1452 Center 


1602 Twentieth 


Andover, fm Plymouth av. 


1502 Chester 


1602 Twenty-second 


E to Edwards, E of Elm. 


1552 Henry 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Atlantic, W s Peralta, west 


1602 Lewis 


1802 Twenty-Bixth 


to West Front, bet Third 


1652 Campbell 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


and William. 


1702 Willow 


2002 Thirtieth 


NORTH STREET 


1752 Wood 


2102 Thirty-Becond 


1652 Campbell 


1802 Pine 


2202 Thirty-fourth 


1702 Willow 


1852 Cedar 


2302 Thirty-Bixtb 


1752 Wood 


1902 Bay 


Albion. W 8 Telc^^raph av. 


1802 Pine 


Beach, NW fm Peralta to 


west to Grove, bet Knox and 


1852 Cedar 


city limits, SW of Halleck 


Caledonia av. 


1902 Bay 


NORTH STREET 


Alden (or Twenty-ninth) W b 


Avon, fm Second bet Sum- 


102 A 


Grove to San Pablo av, bet 


mer and Vernon, E of Hum- 


202 B 


Wallace and Campbell. 


boldt Park. 


302 C 


Alice, N 8 South Fiont bet 


B, west fm Peralta to North'n 


402 D 


Jackson and Harrison, N to 


railway track, north of Thir- 


Beckwith, fm Temescal. W 


Lake Merritt. 


ty-first. 


of Broadway, northerly. 


EAST 8TBEET 


Bay, N b Norfh Front N to 


Benton, fm Shattuck, N of 


602 First 


Beach, bet Cedar and West 


Mariposa av, SW to Calais. 


6.52 Second Front 


Birch, fm Telegraph av, bet 



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J.S. G.GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 





STREET GUIDE. 


81 


^ 


Temescal and Vernon, east- 


C, W B Beach W to West Front 


802 Fifth 


f-t 


erly. 


} NofA. 


826 William 




Birnej-, bet Telegraph av 


Caledonia Avenue, W e 


852 Seventh 


g 


and i ranklin, S of Diirant 


Telegraph av W to Grove 


902 Division 


Bootli, f m Webster. S of Gas- 


, bet Albion and Campbell. 


934 Chase 


J3 


iill, northwesterly. 


1 Campbell, N s South Front 


9G6 Taylor 


s' 


Broadway, N s South Front 


bet Lewis and Willow to 


1002 Seward 


N to 30th, bet Franklin and 


Peralta, and bet Peralta and 


1052 Lincoln 


i^ 


Washington, and E of Tele- 


WiUowto2!*th. 


1102 Twelfth 


^ 


graph av. 


! EAST STREET 


1202 Fourteenth 


EAST STREET 


202 state 


1302 Sixteenth 


M 


602 First 


302 Fulton 


1402 Eighteenth 


652 Second 


402 Pearl 


1502 Twentieth 


§ 


702 Third 


452 Eagle 


1602 Twenty-second 


752 Fourth 


502 Hudson 


1702 Twenty-fourth 




802 Fifth 


552 Water 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


§ 


826 Sixth 


602 First 


Center, N s South Front N 


852 Seventh 


702 Third 


to Peralta and 18th, bet Cy- 


902 Eighth 


752 Fourth 


press and Chester. 


o' 


952 Kinth 


802 Fifth 


EAST STREET 


{3 


1002 Tenth 


826 William 


202 State 


» 


1052 Eleventh 


852 Seventh 


302 Fulton 


1102 Twelfth 


902 Division 


402 Pearl 


f^ 


1152 Thirteenth 


936 Chase 


452 Eagle 


ta 


1202 Fourteenth 


966 Taylor 


502 Hudson 


►s 


1252 Fifteenth 


1002 Seward 


552 Water 


1 


1302 Sixteenth 


1062 Lincoln 


602 First 


1352 Seventeenth 


1102 Twelfth 


702 Third 


¥ 


1402 Eighteenth 


1202 Fourteenth 


802 Atlantic 


1452 Nineteenth 


1302 Sixteenth 


8-26 William 


1502 Twentieth 


1402 Eighteenth 


852 Seventh 


P» 


1602 Twenty-second 


1.502 Twentieth 


902 Eighth 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


1602 Twenty-second 


1002 Tenth 


.*^ 


1802 Bay Place 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


1102 Twelfth 


BroclUiiirst. XE s San Pab- 


Campbell, (or 30th) NE s 


1202 Fourteenth 




lo av E to Grove, bet 22d 


San Pabloav. E to Telegraph 


1302 Sixteenth 


ry 


and Nolan. 


av, bet .\lden and.Eowland. 


Central Avenue. See 


{3* 


Brook. N fm Orchard av to 


Capital, fm Brooklyn, bet 


Twelfth Street. 


o. 


Hawthorne av. 


Lake and Stone, N to Pros- 


Chambers, fm Lake av, N 


8 


Brooklj-n, fm W s Lake 


pect 


of Cottage, uorthwesterlv. 


Merritt to Matthews. 


Castro, N s South Front N 


Charles, f m E s Thirteenth 


f 


Brown (or 34th) fm Tele- 


to San Pablo av, bet Grove 


av E to city limits, bet Huff 


graph av W to San Pablo av, 


and Brush. 


and Henry. 


bet Nolan and Walton. 


EAST STREET 


Charter (or 22d) W fm Tel- 


NOKTH STREET 


602 First 


egraph av to San Pablo av, 


*t3 


502 Telegraph av 


652 Second 


bet Jones and Locust. 




652 Grove 


702 Third 


NORTH STREET 


802 West 


752 Fourth 


502 Tc^legraph av 


i^ 


902 Market 


802 Fifth 


652 Grove 


C5 


Brush, N b South Front N to 


82i5 Sixth 


Chase, W s Peralta, W to 


ro 


San Pablo av, bet Castro and 


852 Seventh 


West Front, bet Division 


rj 


West. 


902 Eighth 


and Taylor. 


H 


EAS^T STREIT 


952 Ninth 


NORTH STREET 




602 First 


1002 Tenth 


1652 Campbell 


652 Second 


1052 Eleventh 


17Cr2 Willow 


702 Third 


1102 Twelfth 


1752 Wood 


752 Fourth 


1152 Thitt-enth 


1802 Pine 


1' 


802 Fifch 


1202 Fourteenth 


1852 Cedar 


826 Sixth 


1252 Fifteenth 


1902 Bay 


852 Seventh 


1302 Sixteenth 


Cherry, fm Linden, bet 


TO* 


902 Eighth 


1352 Seventeenth 


Broadway and Telegraph av, 


952 Ninth 


1402 Eighteenth 


northerlv. 


§* 


1002 Tenth 


1452 Nineteenth 


Chester," N s South Front N 


1052 Eleventh 


1502 Twentieth 


to Peralta and 14th, bet Cen- 


§- 


1102 Twelfth 


1526 Twenty first 


ter and Henry. 


1152 Thirteenth 


Cedar, N s South Front N to 


EAST STREET 


£1 


1202 Fourteenth 


Beach, bet Pine and Bay 


202 State 


§ 


1252 fifteenth 


EAST STREET 


302 Fulton 


P^ 


1302 Sixteenth 


202 State 


402 Pearl 


o 


1352 Seventeenth 


302 Fulton 


452 Eagle 


s 


1402 Eighteenth 


402 Pearl 


502 Hudson 


1502 Twentieth 


452 Eagle 


552 Water 


§ 


1526 Twenty-first 


502 Hudson 


602 First 


1552 Lydia 


552 Water 


702 Third 


It* 


1602 Twenty-second 


602 First 


802 Atlantic 




Bntler, fm Diamond, N of 


702 Third 


826 WUUam 


^ 


Vernon, E to Anderson. 


752 Fourth 


852 Seventh 


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82 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


902 Eighth 


Curtis, N fm Eighteenth to 


limits, bet East 17th and 


1002 Tenth 


Twenty-second, bet Market 


East 19th. 


1102 Twelfth 


and West. 


NORTH STREET 


1202 Fourteenth 


EAST STBEET 


152 Fourth av 


Chestnut, N s South Front 


1402 Eighteenth 


202 Filth av 


N to San Pablo av, bet Lin- 


1452 Nineteenth 


252 Sixth av 


den and Adeline. 


1502 Twentieth 


302 Seventh av 


EABT STREET 


1526 Twenty-first 


352 Eishth av 


202 state 


1552 Lydia 


402 Ninth av 


302 Fulton 


Curve, fm San Pablo av,bet 


452 Tenth av 


402 Pearl 


Eighteenth and Nineteenth, 


502 Eleventh av 


452 Eagle 


W to Grove. 


552 Twelfth av 


502 Hudson 


Cypress, N s South Front N 


602 Thirteenth av 


552 Water 


to Twenty-second, bet Kirk- 


652 Fourteenth av 


602 First 


ham and Center. 


702 Fifteenth av 


702 Third 


EAST STREET 


752 Sixteenth av 


802 Atlantic 


202 state 


802 Seventeenth av 


826 William 


302 Fulton 


852 Eighteenth av 


852 Seventh 


402 Pearl 


902 Nineteenth av 


902 Eighth 


452 Eagle 


952 Twentieth av 


1002 Tenth 


502 Hudson 


1002 Twenty-first av 


1102 Twelfth 


552 Water 


1052 Twenty-second av 


1202 Fourteenth 


602 First 


East Eighth, Es Fourth 


1302 Sixteenth 


702 Third 


av to Sixth av, on San Anto- 


1402 Ei^'hteenth 


802 Atlantic 


nio Creek. 


1502 Twentieth 


820 William 


East Eleventh, E s First 


1602 Twenty-second 


852 Seventh 


av to Larue's Wharf, bet 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


902 Eighth 


East 10th and East 12th. 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


1002 Tenth 


East Fifteenth, E s Lake 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


1102 Twelfth 


Merritt to ea>tem city lim- 


2002 Thirtieth 


1202 Fourteenth 


its, bet East 14th and East 


2102 Thiity-second 


1302 Sixteenth 


16th. 


2202 Thirty-fourth 


1402 Eighteenth 


NOETH STBEET 


2302 Thirty-sixth 


1502 Twentieth 


2 First av 


Clay, N 8 South Front N to 


Dale, fm Sumter, nr Ander- 


52 Second av 


San Pablo av, bet Washing- 


son, southeasterly. 


102 Third av 


ton and Jefferson. 


Delger (or 20th) W fm Lake 


152 Fourth av 


EAST STBEET 


Mtrritt to San Pablo av, bet 


202 Fifth av 


602 First 


Frederick and Hobart. 


252 Sixth av 


652 Second 


NORTH STREET 


302 Seventh av 


702 Third 


352 Webst-r 


352 Eighth av 


752 Foiirth 


402 Franklin 


402 Ninth av 


802 Fifth 


452 Broadway 


452 Tenth av 


826 Sixth 


502 Telegraph av 


502 Eleventh av 


852 Seventh 


Dennison, E fm San Anto- 


552 Twelfth av 


902 Eighth 


nio Creek to Park av, E O. 


602 Thirteenth av 


952 Ninth 


Diamond, fm Mossav,Wof 


652 Fourteenth av 


1002 Tenth 


Broadway, NE to Clifton' 


702 Fifteenth av 


1052 Eleventh 


Division, fm intersection of 


752 Sixteenth av 


1102 Twelfth 


8th and Wood W to West 


802 Seventeenth av 


1152 Thirteenth 


Front. 


852 Eighteenth av 


1202 Fourteenth 


Duncan, E fm 13th av, or 


902 Nineteenth av 


1252 Fifteenth 


County Road to Fruit Vale 


952 Twentieth av 


1302 Sixteenth 


railroad track. 


1002 Twenty-first av 


Cleveland Avenue, fm 


Durant, "\^' fm Lake Merritt 


1052 Twenty-second av 


Telegraph av, bet Minna and 


to Tel-graph av, bet 18th 


East Fourteenth, E s Lake 


Lindin, easterly. 


and 20th. 


Merritt to eastern city lim- 


Clifton, fm Telegraph av. 


NORTH STBEET 


its, bet East 12th and East 


bet Stimmer and Hudson, E 


252 Alice 


15th. 


Clinton, E s Thirteenth av 


302 Harrison 


NORTH STREET 


or County Koad, E to City 


352 Webster 


2 First av 


limits, N of Grant. 


402 Franklin 


52 Second av 


College Block, bet Twelfth 


452 Broadway 


102 Third av 


an<l Fourteenth, Franklin 


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


152 Fourth av 


and Harrison. 


202 Fifth av 


Commerce, from Larue's 


Water. 


252 Sixth av 


Wharf N to East Fifteenth. 


NORTH STREET 


302 Seventh av 


Corel, Ws Concord to Moss, 


1702 Willow 


352 Eighth av 


bet Suninifr and Crystal. 


1752 Wood 


402 Ninth av 


Cottage, fm Lake av, S of 
Chamber.s, NW to Pleasant 


1802 Pine 


452 Tenth av 


1H52 Cedar 


502 Eleventh av 


Valley av 


1902 Bay 


552 Twellth av 


Crescent Avenue, fm Alta 


1 Eagle, E fm Lake Park. 


602 Thirteenth av 


av, nr Lake Merritt, north 


East Central Avenue. 


C.52 Fomteenthav 


westerly. 


See East Twelfth. 


702 Fift-enthav 


Crystal, Ws Concord tc 
Moss, bet Corel and Planey 


East Eighteentb, E side 


752 Sixteenth av 


Fourth av to eastern cit; 


802 Seventeenth av 



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J. S. G. GORDON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ICE, 365 Tenth. 




STREET GUIDE. 


83 


852 Eighteenth av 


302 Seventh ar 


1002 Twenty-first ay 


902 Nineteenth ar 


352 Eighth av 


1052 Twenty-second av 


952 Twentieth av 


402 Ninth av 


East Twenty-fifth, E side 


1002 Twenty-first av 


452 Tenth av 


Fourth av to eastern city 
limits, on northern city 
line. 


1052 Twenty-second av 


502 Eleventh av 


East Front, N s South Front 


552 T^relfthav 


N to Lake Merritt. on W 


602 Thirteenth av 


NORTH STREET 


shore of San Antonio Creek 


652 Fourteenth ay 


152 Fom-th ay 


and Lake Merritt. 


702 Fifteenth av- 


202 Fifth ay 


Eaat IVineteentli, E Bide 


752 Sixteenth ay 


252 Sixth av 


Fourth av to eastern city 


802 Seventeenth av 


302 Seventh av 


limits, bet East 18th and 


852 Eighteenth av 


352 Eighth av 


East 20th. 


902 Nineteenth av 


402 Ninth av 


NORTH STREET 


952 Twentieth av 


452 Tenth av 


152 Fourth av 


1002 Twenty-first av 


502 Eleventh av 


202 Fifth av 


1052 Twenty-second av 


552 Twelfth av 


252 Sixth av 


East Tenth, E s Second av 


602 Thirteenth av 


302 Seventh av 


to Tenth av, bet East 9th 


652 Fourteenth av 


352 Eighth av 


and East 11th. 


702 Fifteenth ay 


402 Ninth av 


NORTH STREET 


752 Sixteenth av 


452 Tenth av 


52 Second av 


802 Seventeenth ay 


502 Eleventh av 


102 Third av 


852 Eighteenth ay 


552 Twelfth av 


152 Fourth ay 


902 Nineteenth ay 


602 Thirteenth av 


202 Fifth av 


952 Twentieth av 


652 Fourteenth av 


252 Sixth av 


1002 Twenty-first av 


702 Fifteenth av 


302 Seventh av 


1052 Twentv-secoud av 


752 Sixteenth av 


352 Eighth av 


East Twenty-first, E side 


802 Seventeenth av 


402 Ninth av 


Fouith av to eastern city 


852 Eighteenth av 


452 Tenth av 


limits, bet East 20th and 


902 Nineteenth av 


East Twelfth (East Cen- 


East 22d. 


952 Twentieth av 


tral Avenue), E s Lake Mer- 


NORTH STREET 


1002 Twenty-first av 


ritt to eastern city limits, bet 


152 Fourth av 


1052 Twenty-second av 


East 11th and East 13th. 


202 Fifth av 


Eagt Ninth, E s Third av to 


NORTH STREET 


252 Sixth ay 


Eighth av, bet East 8th and 


2 First av 


302 Seventh ay 


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 ay 


602 Thirteenth av 


302 Seventh av 


352 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 10th and 


502 Eleventh av 


802 Seventeenth ay 


Eae 18th. 


552 Twelfth av 


832 Eighteenth ay 


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 ay 


802 Seventeenth av 


East Twenf y-ifourth, 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. 


502 Eleventh av 


1002 Twenty-first av 


NORTH STREET 


552 Twelfth av 


1052 Twenty-second av 


152 Fourth av 


602 Thirteenth av 


East Twentieth. Es 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 ay 


752 Sixteenth av 


NORTH STREET 


352 Eighth av 


802 Seventeenth av 


1.52 Fourth ay 


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 


552 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 ay 


752 Sixteenth ay 


its, bet East 15th and East 


5.52 TweUth av 


802 Seventeenth av 


17th. 


602 Thirteenth av 


852 Eighteenth av 


NORTH STREET 


052 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 Fouith av 


852 Eighteenth av 


East Twenty-second, E s 


202 Fifth av 


902 Nineteenth ax 


Fourth av lo eastern city 


252 Sixth av 


952 Twentieth av 




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84 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


limits, bet East 2l6t and 


1802 Pine 


102 Oak 


East 23d. 


1852 Cedar 


152 MadiBon 


NORTH STREET 


1902 Bay 


202 Jackson 


15i Fourth av 


Kighteenth Avenue, N 


252 Alice 


202 Fifth av 


from San Antonio Creek to 


302 Harrison 


252 Sixihav 


East 2l8t, bet 17th and 19th 


352 Webster 


302 Serenth av 


avs. 


402 Franklin 


352 Eighth av 


EAST STREET 


452 Broadway 


402 Ninth av 


1102 East 12th 


502 Washington 


45-2 Tenth av 


1152 East 13th 


552 Clay 


502 Eleventh av 


1202 East 14th 


602 Jefferson 


552 Twellthav 


1252 East 15th 


652 Grove 


602 Thirteenth av 


1302 East 16th 


702 Castro 


652 Fourteenth av 


1352 East 17th 


752 Brush 


702 Fifteenth av 


1402 East 18th 


802 West 


752 Sixteenth av 


1452 East 19th 


Eleventh Avenue, fm San 


802 Seventeenth av 


1002 East 20th 


Antonio Creek N to Charter, 


852 Eighteenth av 


15.52 East 21st 


bft 10th and 12th avs. 


902 Nineteenth av 


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


EAST STREET 


952 Twentieth av 


1002 East 10th 


1002 Twenty.first av 


W s Market U Wood, bet 


1052 East 11th 


1052 Twenty-second av 


7th and 10th. 


1102 East 12th 


Bast Twenty-tnird, E s 


NORTH STREET 


1152 East 13th 


Fourth av to eastern city 


5 Fallon 


1202 East 14th 


limits, bet East 22d and East 


101 Oak 


1252 East 15th 


24th. 


152 Madison 


1302 East 16th 


NORTH STREET 


202 Jackson 


1352 East 17th 


152 Fourth av 


252 Alice 


1402 East 18th 


202 Fifth av 


302 Harrison 


1452 East 19th 


252 Sixth av 


352 Webster 


1502 East 20th 


302 Seventh av 


402 Franklin 


1552 East 21st 


352 Eighth av 


452 Broadway 


1602 East 22d 


402 Ninth av 


502 Washington 


1652 East 23d 


452 Tenth av 


552 Clay 


Elizabeth, E fm San Anto- 


502 Eleventh av 


602 Jefferson 


nio Creek to Park av, E 0. 


552 Twellth av 


652 Grove 


Elm (orTweuty.fourtb) fm 


602 Thirteenth av 


702 Castro 


San Pablo av to Grove, and 


652 Fourteenth av 


762 Bru.'^h 


fm Telegraph av to Webster, 


702 Fifteenth av 


902 Market 


bet Locust and Laurel. 


752 Sixteenth av 


952 Myrtle 


Elm Avenue, N fm Plym- 


802 Seventeenth av 


1002 Filbert 


outh av to Edwards, bet Tel- 


852 Eighteenth av 


1052 Linden 


egraph av and Andover. 


902 Nineteenth av 


1102 Chestnut 


Emery, NW fm Peralta to 


952 Twentieth av 


1152 Adeline 


Park av. bet San Pablo av 


1002 Twenty-first av 


1202 Magnolia 


and Watts. 


1052 Twenty-second av 


1252 Union 


Erie, fm Cottage, bet Lakeav 


Edtvard, E s Nineteenth av 


1302 Poplar 


and Yurk, northeasterly. 


to city limits. 


1352 Kirkham 


Erie, fm Telegraph av, S of 


Edvrards, E fm Telegraph 


1401 Cypress 


Minna, easterly. 


av to Creek, N of Plymouth 


1452 Center 


Ettie (or Halleck) , fm Twen- 


av. 


1502 Chester 


ty-eighth, bet Hannah and 


Eighteenth, W s San Pablo 


1552 Henry 


Beach, northerly. 


av to Market, bet 17th and 


1602 Peralta 


Evoy Avenue (or Fortieth) , 


19th, and W 8 Market to 


1652 Campbell 


fm Telegraph av, bet Thir- 


West Front, bet 16th and 


1702 Willow 


ty-ninth and Forty-first, W 


20th. 


1752 Wood 


to Adeline. 


NORTH STREET 


Eighth Avenue, fm San 


Excelsior, fm Lake Shore 


652 Grove 


Antonio Creek N to East 


av, N of Prospect, easterly. 


702 Castro 


20th, bet 7th and 9tn avs. 


Faleon. E fm Lake Park. 


752 Brush 


EAST STREET 


Fallon, N s South Front N 


802 West 


902 East 8th 


to Lake Merritt, bet East 


852 Curtis 


952 East 9th 


Front and Oak. 


902 Market 


1002 East 10th 


EAST STREET 


952 Myrtle 


1052 East 11th 


602 First 


1002 Filbert 


1102 East 12th 


652 Second 


1052 Linden 


1152 East 1.3th 


702 Third 


1102 Chebtnut 


1202 East 14th 


752 Fourth 


1152 Adeline 


1252 East 15th 


802 Fifth 


1202 MagnoUa 


1302 East 16th 


826 Sixth 


1252 Union 


1352 East 17th 


852 Seventh 


1302 Poplar 


1402 East 18th 


902 Eighth 


1352 Kiikham 


1452 East 19th 


952 Ninth 


1402 Cypress 


1602 East 20th 


1002 Tenth 


1452 Center 


Eleventh, W s East Front 


1052 Eleventh 


1652 Campbell 


to Market, bet 10th and 12th 


1102 Twelfth 


1702 Willow 


NORTH STREET 


1152 Thirteenth 


1752 Wood 


52 Fallon 


1202 Fourteenth 



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STREET GUIDE. 


85 


1252 Fifteenth 


1452 East 19th 


Forrest, fm Telegraph av, N 


1302 Sixteenth 


1.502 East 20th 


of Hudson, easterly. 


laa-J Seventeenth 


Filbert, N s S.mth Front N 


Fortieth (or Evoy .ivenue). 


1402 Eighteenth 


to San Pablo av. bet MjTtle 


fm Telegraph av. bet Thir- 


Felton, fm Dover, bet Todd 


and Linden. 


ty-ninth and Forty-first, W 


and Alcatraz sv, southwest- 


EAST STREET 


to Adeline. 


erly. 


602 First 


Forty-fifth, fm Telegraph 


Fifteenth, Ws San Pablo 


702 Third 


av, bet Forty-fourth and 


av to Market, bet 14th and 


802 Fifth 


Forty-sisth, W to Adeline. 


16th. 


902 Seventh 


Forty-first, fm Telegraph 


NOBTH STREET 


952 Eighth 


av, bet Fortieth and Forty- 


552 Clay 


1002 Tenth 


seeond. W to .^.deline. 


602 Jefferson 


1102 Twelfth 


Forty- fourth, tm Tele- 


652 Grove 


1202 Fourteenth 


graph av, bet Fortv-third 


702 Castro 


1302 Sixteenth 


and Forty-fifth, W to Ade- 


752 Brush 


1402 Eighteenth 


line. 


802 West 


1502 Twentieth 


Forty -second, fm Tele- 


Fifteentb Avenne, f m N 


1602 Twentv-second 


graph av, bet Forty-first and 


s East 12th, N to East 19th. 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Forty-third, W to Adeline. 


EAST STREET 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


Forty-seventh, fm Tele- 


1102 Twelfth 


1902 Twentv-eighth 


graph av, N of Forty-sixth, 


1152 Thirteenth 


2002 Thirti;th 


W to Calais. 


1202 Fourteenth 


2102 Thirtv-second 


Forty-sixth, fm Telegraph 


1252 Fifteenth 


FUlmore, E fm Lake Park. 


av, bet Forty-fifth and For- 


1302 Sixteenth 


First. W s East Front to Mar- 


ty-seventh. W to Adeline. 


1352 Seventeenth 


ket, bet Water and 2d, and 


Forty-third, fm Telegraph 


1402 Eighteenth 


fm Market W to West Front, 


av. bet Forty-second and 


1452 Nineteenth 


bet Hudson and 3d. 


Forty-fourth, W to Adeline. 


Fifth, W s East Front to 


NORTH STREET 


Fountain Place, bet 20th, 


Market, bet 4th and 6th, and 


52 Fallon 


Durant. Telegraph av and 


W s Market, to Peralta, bet 


102 Oak 


Franklin. 


3d and 7th. 


152 Madison 


Fourteenth, W s East Front 


NORTH 8TEEBT 


202 Jackson 


to Market, bet 13th and 1.5th, 


52 Fallon 


252 Alice 


and W s Market to West 


102 Oak 


302 Harrison 


Front, bet 12th and 16th. 


152 Madison 


352 Webster 


NORTH STREET 


202 Jackson 


402 Franklin 


52 Fallon 


252 AUce 


452 Broadwav 


102 Oak 


302 Harrison 


502 Washington 


152 Madison 


352 Webster 


552 Clay 


202 Jackson 


402 FrankUn 


602 Jefferson 


252 Alice 


452 Broadway 


652 Grovd 


302 Harrison 


502 Washington 


702 Castro 


352 Webster 


552 Clay 


752 Brush 


402 Franklin 


602 Jeflferson 


902 Market 


452 Broadway 


662 Grove 


952 Mprtle 


502 Washington 


702 Castro 


1002 Filbert 


552 Clav 


752 Brush 


1052 Linden 


602 Jeff rson 


902 Market 


1102 Chestnut 


652 Grove 


952 Mvrtle 


11.52 Adeline 


702 Castro 


1002 Filbert 


1202 MagnoUa 


752 Brush 


1052 Linden 


1252 Inlon 


802 West 


1102 Chestnut 


1302 Poplar 


902 Market 


1152 Adeline 


1352 Kirkham 


952 Myrtle 


1202 Magnolia 


1402 Cypress 


1002 Filbert 


1252 Union 


1452 CentT 


1052 Linden 


1302 Poplar 


1502 Chester 


1102 Chestnut 


1402 Cvpress 


1552 Henry 


1152 Adeline 


1452 Center 


1602 Peralta 


1202 Magnolia 


1502 Chester 


1652 Campbell 


1252 Union 


1552 Henry 


1702 Willow 


1302 Poplar 


Firth Avenue, fm San An- 


1752 Wood 


1352 Kirkbam 


tonio Creek to Fourth av 


1302 Pine 


1402 Cvpress 


road, bet Fourth and Sixth 


1852 Cedar 


1452 Center 


a vs. 


1902 Bay 


1502 Peralta 


EAST STREET 


First Avenue, fin San An- 


1652 CampbeU 


902 East 8th 


tonio Creek N to Lake Mer- 


1702 Willow 


952 East 9th 


ritt, by eastern terminus of 


1752 Wood 


1002 East mth 


12th at bridge. 


1802 Pine 


1052 East 11th 


Folger, fm San Pablo av, N 


1852 Cedar 


1102 East 12th 


of Union SW to the bay. 


1902 Bay 


1152 East 13th 


Folsom (or Montague), fm 


Fourth, W s East Front to 


1202 East 14th 


San Pablo av, nr Railroad 


Market, bet 3d and 5th, and 


12.52 East 15th 


Station, SW to the bay. 


W s Peralta to West Front, 


1302 East 16th 


Ford. E from San Antonio 


bet 3d and Atlantic. 


1352 East 17th 


Creek to Park av.EO. 


NORTH STREET 


1402 East 18th 




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86 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 




102 Oak 


W to West Front, bet State 


Halleck (Ettie) , NW fm 28th 




152 Madison 


and Pearl. 


to city limits, bet Beach and 




202 Jackson 


KOBTH STREET 


Hubbard. 




252 Alice 


1102 Chestnut 


NOBTH STREET 




302 Harrison 


1152 Adeline 


102 A 




352 Webster 


1202 Magnolia 


202 B 


IS 


402 Franklin 


1252 Union 


302 C 


g 


452 Broadway 


1302 Poplar 


402 D 


•rl 


602 Washington 


1352 Rirkham 


Hallett, f m San Pablo av, bet 


A 


552 Clay 


1402 Cypress 


Dalton and Union, SWtotbe 


^3 


602 Jefferson 


1452 Center 


bay. 




652 Grove 


1502 Chester 


Hannali (or Hubbard), fm 


"B 


702 Castro 


1552 Henry 


Peralta, bet Ellen and Ettie, 


s 


752 Brush 


1602 Lewis 


noitherly. 




902 Market 


1652 Campbell 


Hanover Avenue, nr east- 


o 


1552 Henry 


1702 Willow 


ern shore of Lake Merritt, 


,*3 


1602 Lewis 


1752 Wood 


Peralta Heights. 


2 


1652 Campbell 


1802 Pine 


Harlan, NW fm Peralta to 


5 


1702 Willow 


1852 Cedar 


city limits, near B 


f-t 


1752 Wood 


1902 Bay 


Harrison, N s South Front, 


^1 


1802 Pine 


GaskiU, fm Webster, bet 


bet Alice and Webster, N to 


M 


1852 Cedar 


Booth and John, northwest- 


Lake Merritt. 


1902 Bay 


erly. 


EAST STREET 


ta 


Fourtli Avenue, fm San 


Geary (or Thirty-ninth), fm 


602 First 


'-* 
(1 
>* 
o 


Antonio Creek to Lake Mer- 


T'elegranh av, S of Fortieth, 


652 Second 


ritt, bet Third and Fifth avs 


W to Linden. 


702 Third 


EAST STREET 


Genoa, fm Temescal Creek, 


752 Fourth 


1002 East lUth 


bet Calais and Harper, N to 


802 Fifth 


1052 East 11th 


Alcatraz av. 


826 Sixth 


1102 EastlJth 


Gladding, fm A, bet Beach 


852 Seventh 


1152 East 13th 


and Surryhue, northerly. 


902 Eighth 


1202 East 14th 


Gold, fm Moss av, W of Sil- 


952 Ninth 


f^ 


1252 East 15th 


ver, northerly. 


1002 Tenth 


t 


1302 East 16th 


Go88, Ws Wood W to West 


1052 Eleventh 


1352 East 17th 


Front, bet 7th and Division. 


1102 Twelfth 


1402 East 18 th 


NORTH STREET 


1152 Thirteenth 




1452 East 19th 


1752 Wood 


1202 Fourteenth 


c^ 


1502 East 20th 


1802 Pine 


1252 Filteenth 


1 1 


1552 East 21st 


1852 Cedar 


1302 Sixteenth 


s 


1602 East22d 


1902 Bay 


1352 Seventeenth 


1652 East 23d 


Grant, E s Thirteenth av, or 


1402 Eighteenth 


•s 


Franklin, N s South Front 


County road, E to city limits 


Harrison Square, bet 6th 


N to Walnut, bet Webster 


bet Montgomery and Clin- 


and 7th, Harrison and Alice. 


g 


and Broadway. 


ton. 


Haven. NW fm Peralta to 


EAST STKEET 


Grove, N s South Front N to 


city limits, NE of Hollis. 


I 


602 First 


San Pablo av, bet Jefferson 


Hawllnorne, fm Telegraph 


ti52 Second 


and Castro, and fm San 


av, bet Prospect and Ply- 


702 Third 


Pablo avN to city limits, bet 


mouth av, NE to Broadway. 


752 Fourth 


Telegraph av and West. 


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


^"^ 


802 Fifth 


EAST STREET 


1 


826 Sixth 


602 First 


ter and Lewis. 


■■^ 


852 Seventh 


652 Second 


EAST STREET 


|z| 


902 Eighth 


702 Third 


202 State 


£^ 


952 Ninth 


752 Fourth 


302 Fulton 


2J 


1002 Tenth 


802 Fifth 


402 Pearl 


lai 


1052 Eleventh 


826 Sixth 


452 Eagle 


tv{ 


1102 Twelfth 


852 Seventh 


502 Hudson 




1152 Thirt-enth 


902 Eighth 


552 Water 


<9 


1202 Fourteenth 


952 Ninth 


602 First 




1302 Sixteenth 


1002 Tenth 


702 Third 


^5 


1402 Eighteenth 


1062 Eleventh 


802 Atlantic 


t^ 


1502 Twentieth 


1102 Twelfth 


826 William 


^J 


1602 Twenty-second 


1152 Thi,teenth 


852 Sevenh 


^s 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


1202 Fourteenth 


902 Eighth 


^1 


Franklin Square, bet 4tb 


1252 Fifteenth 


1002 Tenth 


■-^ 


and 5th, Franklin and Broad- 


1302 Sixteenth 


Henry, f m E s 17th av E to 


1-^ 


way. 


1352 Seventeenth 


city limits, bet Charles and 


tj 


Frederick, bet Telegraph 


1402 Eighteenth 


Edward. 


'^ 


ana San Pablo avs, 17th and 


1502 Twentieth 


Hersey, f m Telegraph av, nr 




William. 


1602 Twenty-second 


Vernon av. Southwesterly. 




Frederick, E fm San Anto- 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Hobart (or 21st) W s Broad- 




nio Creek to Park av, E 0. 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


way to San Pablo av, bet 




Fruit Vale Avenue, fm 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


20th and Jones. 




Town of Alameda, E of city 


2002 Thirtieth 


NORTH STREET 




limits, northerly. 


2102 Thirtv-second 


452 Broadway 




Fulton, fm intersection of 


2202 Thirty-fouith 


502 Telegraph av 




Chestnut and South Front 


2252 Thirty-fifth 


Holden, NW fm Peralta to 



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STREET GUIDE. 


87 


city limits, bet Horton and 


EAST KTEEET 


826 William 


HOlllB. 


602 First 


852 Seventh 


KORTH STREET 


652 Second 


902 Eighth 


102 A 


702 Third 


1002 Tenth 


202 B 


752 Fourth 


1102 Twelfth 


302 C 


802 Fifth 


1202 Fourteenth 


402 D 


826 Sixth 


1302 Sixteenth 


HoUis, NWfmPeraltatocity 


852 Seventh 


1402 Eighteenth 


limits, bet Holden and Ha- 


902 Eighth 


1502 Twentieth 


ven. 


952 Ninth 


1622 Twenty-second 


NORTH STREET 


1002 Tenth 


Knox, W 8 Telegraph av W 


102 A 


1052 Eleventh 


to Knox place, bet Sycamore 


202 B 


1102 Twelfth 


and Albion. 


302 C 


1152 Thirteenth 


Knox Place, W termination 


402 D 


1202 Fourteenth 


of Knox. 


Hopkins, E fm 13th av to 


1252 Fifteenth 


Lafayette Square, bet 


track of fruit Vale railroad. 


1302 Sixteenth 


10th and 11th, Grove and 


Horton, NW fm Peialta to 


1352 Seventeenth 


Jefferson. 


city limits bet Hubbard and 


1402 Eighteenth 


Lake. E s Jackson E to Lake 


Holden. 


Jefferson, N s South Front 


Merritt. 


NORTH STREET 


N to San Pablo av, bet Clay 




102 A 


and Giove. 


Shore av and Capital, N to 


202 B 


EAST STREET 


Prospect. 


302 C 


602 First 


Lake Plaza, bet East 15th 


402 D 


652 Second 


and East IGth, 2d and 3d avs 


How^ard. fm Brooklyn, bet 


702 Third 


Lake Shore Avenue, N 


Stone and Watson, N to 


752 Fourth 


fm Lake Merriit. to Hunt's 


Prospect. 


802 Fifth 


Tract. 


Ho-we, fiu Moss av, bet Web- 


826 Sixth 


Lake Side Avenue, along 


ster and Broadway, uorth- 


852 Seventh 


^southwesterly side of Lake 


easterly. 


902 Eighth 


Merritt. 


Hnbbard, NW fm Peralta 


952 Ninth 


Lake Terrace, bounded by 


to city limits, bet Halleck 


1002 Tentu 


Newton, Hanover and Lake 


and Horton. 


1052 Eleventh 


Shore avs. 


NORTH STREET 


1102 Twelfth 


Laurel (or 25th) fm San 


102 A 


11.52 Thirteenth 


Pablo av to Grove, and fm 


202 B 


1202 Fourteenth 


Telegraph av to Webster, 


302 C 


1252 Fifteenth 


bet Elm and Sycamore. 


402 D 


1302 Sixteenth 


Lee, fm north shore of Lake 


Hudson, fm Telegraph av, 


1352 Seventeenth 


Merritt. E of Oakland av. 


bet Clifton and Forrest, east- 


1402 Eighteenth 


NE to Adams. 


erly. 


Jefferson Square, bet 6th 


Lester Avenue, nr eastern 


Hudson, W s Market W to 


and 7th, Grove and Jeffer- 


shore of Lake Merritt, Pe- 


West Front, bet Pearl and 


son. 


ralta Heights. 


First. 


Jersey, fm Cottage, bet York 


Lewis. N s South Front N to 


NORTH STREET 


ana Vermont, northeasterly. 


Peralta and 5th, bet Henry 


952 Myrtle 


John, fm Webster, bet Gas- 


and Campbell. 


1002 Filbert 


kill and Mather, northwest- 


EAST STREET 


1052 Linden 


erly. 


202 State 


1102 Chestnnt 


Jones, fm Prospect, bet Clin- 


302 Fulton 


1152 Adeline 


ton and Miithews, northerly. 


402 Pearl 


1202 Magnolia 


Jones, fm Telegraph av to 


452 Eagle 


1252 Union 


San Pablo av, bet Hobart 


502 Hudson 


1302 Poplar 


and Charter. 
Julia, fm East 14th, bet Ad- 


552 Water 


1352 Kirknam 


602 First 


1402 Cypress 


eline and Fruit Vale av, 


702 Third 


1452 Center 


northeasterly. 


802 Fifth 


1502 Chester 


Kearny (or Powell) , fm San 


Liberty, W s Concord to 


1552 Henry 


Pablo av, nr Kailroad Sta- 


Moss bet Star and Pacific. 


1602 Lewis 


tion, SW to the bay. 


Lincoln. W s Peralta, W to 


1652 Campbell 


Kennedy, SE fm East 12th 


1 West Irout, bet Seward and 


1702 Willow 


to San Antonia Creek, E 0. 


j Twelfth. 


1752 Wood 


King, SE fm East I2th to 


NORTH STREET 


1802 Pine 


San Antonio Creek, E O. 


1652 Campbell 


1852 Cedar 


Kirkham. N s South Front 


1702 Willow 


1902 Bay 


N to Peralta, bet Poplar and 


1752 Wood 


Huff, fm E s 13tli av E to 


Cypress. 


1802 Pine 


city limits, bet Stratton and 


EAST STREET 


18.52 Cedar 


Charles. 


202 State 


1902 Bay 


Independence Square, 

bet Eabtieih, East lyth, 16th 


302 Fulton 


Lincoln, E s Thirteenth av 


402 Pearl 


or County road E to city 


and 18ih av.s. 


452 Eagle 


limits, c? of Montgomery. 


Isabella, W fm San Pablo 


502 Hudson 


Lincoln Square, bet 8th 


avnr22d. 


552 Water 


and yth, Madison and Oak. 


Jackson, N s South Front 


602 First 


Linden, fm Telegraph av 


bet Madison and Alice, N to 


7(j2 Third 


1 bet Cleveland av and Tem- 


Lake Merritt. 


802 Atlantic 


escal, easterly. 



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88 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


lilnden, N s South Front N 


EAST STREET 


Twenty-sixth, SW to Mar- 


to San Pablo av, bet Filbert 


602 First 


ket. 


and Cheitnut. 


702 Third 


Minna, fm Telegraph av, bet 


EAST STREET 


802 Fifth 


Erie and Cleveland av, east- 


602 First 


852 Seventh 


erly. 


702 Third 


902 Eighth 


Mono Avenue, fm Shat- 


802 Fifth 


1002 Tenth 


tuck, S of Merced av, SW to 


852 Seventh 


1102 Twelfth 


Dover. 


902 Eighth 


1202 Fourteenth 


Montague (or Folsom), fm 


1002 Tenth 


1302 Sixteenth 


San Pablo av, nr Railroad 


1102 Twelfth 


1402 Eighteenth 


Station, SW to the bay. 


1202 Fourteenth 


1502 Twentieth 


Montgomery, fm Booth, 

bet Howe and Broadway, 


1302 Sixteenth 


1602 Twenty-second 


1402 Eighteenth 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


northeasterly. 


1502 Twentieth 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


Montgomery, E s 13th av. 


1602 Twenty-second 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


or County road, E to city 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


2002 Thirtieth 


limits, bet Lincoln and 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


2102 Thirty-second 


Grant. 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


2202 Thirty-fourth 


Moraga Valley Road, 


2002 Thirtieth 


Maple, fm Temescal, E of 


fm termination Thirteenth 


2102 Thirty-second 


Telegraph av, N to Hum 


av, NE to county line. 


2202 Thirty-fourth 


boldt Park. 


Moss Avenue, fm Tele- 


lilvingston, E fm San An- 


Mariposa, fm Dover, bet 


graph av, bet Edwards and 


tonio Creek to Park av, E O. 


Stanley and Benton, SW to 


Weston av, easterly. 


Locast (or 2:W) fm San Pab- 


Adeline. 


Mound, fm Clinton, N of 


lo av to Grove, and fm Tele- 


Mariposa Avenue, fm Ka- 


Excelsior, SE to Moraga Val- 


graph av to Webster, bet 


cine, N of Merced av, SW to 


ley Road. 


Charter and Elm. 


Dover. 


Myrtle, N s South Front N 


liOgran (or 36th) fm Market 


Marltet, N s South Front N 


to San Pablo av, near city 


to Teiegraph av, online of 


to city limits. 


limits. 


Northern city limits. 


WEST STREET 


EAST STREET 


NORTH STREET 


601 First 


602 First 


502 Telegraph av 


651 Second 


702 Third 


652 Grove 


701 Third 


802 Filth 


802 West 


751 Fourth 


852 Seventh 


Louise (or Holden), fm Pe- 


801 Fifth 


902 Eighth 


ralta, bet Hollis and Ellen, 


851 Seventh 


1002 Tenth 


northerly. 


901 Eighth 


1102 Twelfth 


Lowell, fm Adeline, nrTem- 


1001 Tenth 


1202 Fourteenth 


escal Creek, northerly. 


1101 Twelfth 


1302 Sixteenth 


liUsU Avenue, fm Thirty- 


1201 Fourteenth 


1402 Eighteenth 


ninth, bet West and Market, 


1301 Sixteenth 


1.502 Twentieth 


northerly. 


1401 Eighteenth 


1602 Twenty-second 


Lydia, W s San Pablo av to 


1501 Twentieth 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Market, bet 21st and 22d. 


1601 Twenty-second 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


NORTH STREET 


1701 Twenty-fourth 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


7.52 San Pablo av 


1801 Twenty-sixth 


2002 Thiitieth 


802 West 


1901 Twenty-eighth 


2102 Thirty-second 


852 Curtis 


2001 Thirtieth 


. 2202 Thirty-fourth 


Madison, Ns South Front 


2101 Thirty-second 


Newton, fm Mathews, nr 


to Lake Merritt,bet Oak and 


Maryland, E fm San Anto- 


East 21st, N to Brooklyn. 


Jackson. 


nio Greek to Park av, E 0. 


Nineteentli, W s San Pablo 


EAST STREET 


Matlier, fm Webster, N of 


av to Market, bet 18th and 


602 First 


John, northwesterly. 


20th. 


6.52 Second 


Math e-»v8, f m junction 


NORTH STREET 


702 Third 


Fourth av and East 20th, NE 


652 Grove 


752 Fourth 


to city limits. 


702 Castro 


802 Fifth 


McAdam, fm Broadway, nr 


752 Brush 


826 Sixth 


Vernon, northeasterly. 


802 West 


852 Suventh 


McCaU, f m Mono av, bet Do- 


Nineteenth Avenue, N 


902 Eighth 


ver and ShattUck, N to Ben- 


fm San Antonio Creek to 


9.52 Ninth 


ton. 


Charter, bet 18th and 20th 


1002 Tentli 


McKee, fm Dover, bet Ben- 


avs. 


1052 Eleventh 


ton and Todd, southwester- 


Ninth, W 8 East Front to 


1102 Twelfth 


ly. 


Market, bet 8th and 10th. 


11.52 Thirteenth 


Menlo, fm Dover, N of Sut- 


NORTH STREET 


1202 Fourteenth 


ter, SW to San Pablo av. 


.52 Fallon 


1252 Fifteenth 


Merced Avenue, fm junc- 


102 Oak 


1302 Sixteenth 


tion Humbnldt av aud Ra- 


1.52 Madison 


13.52 Seventeenth 


cine. SW to Dover. 


202 Jackson 


1402 Eighteenth 


Merrimac Place, E s Tele- 


252 Alice 


Madigon Square, bet Mad- 


graph av, N of Bay pi. 


302 Harrison 


ison, Oak. Eighth and Ninth. 


Milbury, E fm the exten- 


3.52 Webster 


1 Magrnolia, N s South Front 
N to 36th, bit Adeline and 


sion of 13th av to track of 


402 Franklin 


Fruit Vale railrond. 


452 Broadway 


Union. 


Milton, fm San Pablo av, nr 


502 Washington 
552 Clay 



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STREET GUIDE. 


89 


602 Jefferson Park (or 27^) fm NE s San| 


EAST STREET 


052 Grove 


Pablo av to Grove, bet 26th 


202 State 


702 Castro 


and 28th. 


302 Fulton 


752 Brush 1 


Park Avenue, S of Oak- 


402 Pearl 


802 West 


land Trotting Park fm San 


4.52 Eagle 


902 Market | 


Pablo to Center. 


502 Hudson 


Nintb Avenue, fm San An, 


Park Avenue, from East 


552 Water 


tonic Creek N to Charter \ 


12th southerly to Alameda 


602 First 


bet 8th and luth a vs. 


park. 


702 Third 


EAST STREET 


Parsons, fm San Pablo av, S 


752 Fourth 


1002 East 10th 


of Sutter, northeasterly. 


802 Atlantic 


1052 East 11th 


Peabody's Lane, fm San 


826 William 


1102 East 12th 


Pablo av, nr Dalton, SW to 


852 Seventh 


1152 East 13th 1 


the bay. 


902 Division 


1202 East 14th 


Pearl, fm intersection of 


934 Chase 


1252 East 15th 


Myrtle and South Front to 


966 Taylor 


1302 East 16th 


West Front, bet Fulton and 


1002 Seward 


1352 East 17th 


Hudson. 


1052 Lincoln 


1102 East 18th 


NORTH STREET 


1102 Twelfth 


1452 East liith 


1002 Filbert 


1202 Fourteenth 


1502 East 20th 


10.52 Linden 


1302 Sixteenth 


1552 East 21st 


1102 Che.'^tuut 


1402 Eighteenth 


1602 East22d 


1152 Adelme 


1.502 Twentieth 


1652 East 23d 


1202 Magnolia 


1602 Twenty-second 


Nolan (or 33d) NE B San 


1252 Union 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Pablo av E to Grove, bet 


1302 Poplar 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


Brockhurst and Brown. 


1352 Kirkham 


Planey, W s Concord to 


Norris, tm Telegraph av, bet 


1402 Cvpress 


Moss, bet Crystal and Star. 


Thompson and Sharon 


1452 Center 


Plaza, btt East 12th, East 


southwesterly. 


1502 Chester 


14th, 6th and 7th avs. 




1552 Henry 


Pleasant Valley Ave- 


OaU, Ns South Front N to 


1602 Lews 


nue, fm N shore of Lake 


Lake Merritt, bet Fallon and 


1652 Campbell 


Merritt,W of Lake av, north- 


Madison. 


1702 Willow 


erly. 


EAST 8TBEET 


1752 Wood 


Plumas, fm Shattuck, bet 


602 First 


1802 Pine 


Tehama and Sonoma, SW to 


652 Second 


1852 Cedar 


Adeline. 


702 Third 


1902 Bay 


Plymoutli Avenue, NE 


752 lourth 


Pearson, bet Pine and Ce- 


fm Telegraph av to Broad- 


802 Filth 


dar, fm Chase to Taylor. 


wav, N of Hawthorne. 


826 Sixth 


Pearson's Row, W s Pine, 


Poplar, N s South Front, N 


852 Seventh 


bet Chase and Taylor. 


to Peralta, bet Union and 


902 Eighth 


Peralta, N s South Front N 


Kirkham. 


952 Ninth 


to San Pablo av, (a division 


EAST STREET 


1002 Tenth 


of surveys.) 


202 state 


1052 Eleventh 


EAST STREET WEST STREET 


302 Fulton 


1102 Twellth 


202 State 


402 Pearl 


1152 Thirteenth 


302 Fulton 


452 Eagle 


1202 Fourteenth 


402 Pearl 


502 Hudson 


1252 Fifteenth 


452 Ea-le 


552 Water 


1302 Sixteenth 


502 Hudsr.n 


602 First 


1352 Seventeenth 


552 Water 


702 Third 


1402 Eighteenth 


602 First 


802 Atlantic 


OaU, fm Prospect, bet Wat- 


702 Third 


826 William 


son and Spruce, N to Excel- 


801 Atlantic 


852 Seventh 


sior. 


827 William 


902 Division 


Oakland Avenue, fm Bay 


, 8.'i2 Seventh 


934 Chase 


pi, bet Broadway and Lee, 


967 Taylor 


966 Tavlor 


northeasterly. 


1 1001 Seward 


1002 Seward 


Oakland Square, bet 10th 


1051 Lincoln 


1052 Lincoln 


and 11th, Harrison and 


1102 Twellth 


1102 Twelfth 


Alice. 


1202 Fourteenth 


1202 Fourteenth 


Old County Road, fm 


1302 Sixteenth 


1302 Sixteenth 


junction East 16th and 


1402 Eighteenth 


1402 Eighteenth 


Twenty-fourth av. north- 


1502 Twen ifth 


1.502 Twentieth 


easterly. 


1 1602 Twenty-second 


1602 Twenty-second 


Orange, fm Oakland av, 
bet Perry and Vernon, 


! Peralta 2d, N s Lake Mer- 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


j ritt to Clinton, N of Brook- 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


northeasterly. 


1 lyn- 




Orchard Avenue, from 


Perry, f m nr Oakland av, bet 


Powell (or Kearnyl , fm San 


Summit E to creek, N of 


Wals worth and Orange, 


Pablo av, nr Railroad Sta- 


Prospect pi, 


northeasterly. 


tion, SW to the bay. 


Pacific, N s Concord to 


,Pine, fm Prospect, bet 


Prospect, fm W s Lake Mer- 


Mobs. N of Liberty. 


Spruce and Clinton, N to 


ritt E to Clinton, N of Pe- 


Park, fm Parsons, E of San 


] Excelsior. 


ralta. 


Pablo av, N to Menlo. 


Pine, N s South Front N to 


Prospect, E s Lake Merritt 




1 Beach, bet Wood and Cedar. 


[ E to Foutrth av. 



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90 



OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 



ProBpect Place, Es Tele- 
graph av, bet Merrimacpl 
and Orchard ay. 

Putnam, E fm Park av, N 
of Warren. 

Putnam, N fm Fruit Vale 
railroad to Keed in Milbury 
Tract. 

Racine, fm Humboldt av, 
nr Merced av, N to Alcatraz 
av. 

Railroad Avenue (see 7th 
street.) 

Reed, fm Moraga Valley 
Road. N of Hampel, east- 
erly. 

Rotvland, E s San Pablo av 
E to Telegraph av, bet 
Campbell and 31st. 

San Pablo Avenne, from 
junction nf Broadway and 
lith, NW ti city limits. 

EAST STREET 

1202 Fourteenth 
1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twenty-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
1802 Twentv-sixth 
1902 Twenty-eighth 
2002 Thirtieth 
2102 Thirty-second 
2202 Thirty-fourth 
Second, W s East Front to 
Market bet let and 3d. and 
W s Peralta to West Front 
bet Water and 4th. 

NORTH STREET 

52 Fallon 
102 Oak 



NORTH BTREET 

602 Jefferson 

652 Grove 

702 Castro 

752 Brush 

802 West 
Seventeenth J: venue, N 
fm San Antonio Creek to 
Charter, bet 16th and 18th 
ava 

EAST STREET 

1002 East 10th 
1052 East 11th 



152 



Mad? son 

202 Jackson 

252 Alice 

302 Harrison 

352 Webster 

402 Franklin 

4.52 Broadway 

602 Washington 

552 Clay 

602 Jefferson 

6-52 Grove 

702 Castro 

752 Brush 

902 Market 

1C02 Peralta 

1652 Campbell 

1702 Willow 

1752 Wood 

1802 Pine 

1852 Cedar 

1902 Bay 

Second Avenne, fm San 
Antonio Creek to Lake Mer 
ritt, bet 1st and 3d avs. 

EAST STREET 

1002 Tenth 

1052 Eleventh 

1102 Twelfth 

1152 Thirteenth 

1202 Fourteenth 

1252 Fifteenth 

1302 Sixteenth 
Seventeenth, Ws San Pab- 
lo av to Market, bft 16th and 
Eighteenth. 



1102 
1152 
1202 
1252 
1302 
1352 



East 12th 
East 13th 
East 14th 
East 15th 
East Kith 
East 17th 
1402 East 18th 
1452 East 19th 
1502 East 20th 
1552 East 21st 
1602 East 22d 
1652 East 23d 



1202 East 14th 
1252 East 15th 
1302 East ICth 
13.52 East 17th 
1402 East 18th 
1452 East 19th 
1.502 East 20th 
Se-»vard, W s Peralta W to 
West Front, bet Taylor and 
Lincoln. 

NORTH STREET 

1652 Campbell 
1702 Willow 
17.52 Wood 
1802 Pine 
1852 Cedar 
1902 Bay 
Shell Mound A veuue, SE 
fm East lith to San Antonio 
Creek. 
Short, W 8 Division W to 
West Front, N of Goss. 

NORTH STREET 

18.52 Cedar 
19U2 Bav 



Seventh, W a East Front to Silver, fm Moss av, bet Dia- 
Market, bet 6th and 8tli, and mond and Gold, northerly, 
fm Market to West Front bet Sixteenth, Ws San Pablo 



5thandeth. 


av to Market, bet 15th and 


NORTH 


STREET 


17th. 




52 


Fallon 


NORTH 


STREET 


102 


Oak 


552 


Clay 


1.52 


Madison 


602 


Jefferson 


202 


Jackson 


652 


Grove 


252 


.\lice 


702 


Castro 


302 


Harrison 


752 


Brush 


3.52 


Webster 


802 


West 


402 


Franklin 


902 


Market 


452 


Broadway 


952 


Myrtle 


502 


Washington 


1002 


Filbert 


552 


Clay 


1052 


Linden 


602 


Jefferson 


1102 


Chestnut 


652 


Grove 


1152 


Adeline 


702 


Castro 


1202 


MagnoUa 


7.52 


Brush 


1252 


Union 


902 


Market 


1302 


Poplar 


9.52 


Myrtle 


1352 


Kirkham 


1002 


Filbert 


1402 


Cypress 


1052 


Linden 


1452 


Center 


1102 


Chestnut 


1602 


Peralta 


1152 


Advline 


1652 


Campbell 


1202 


Magnolia 


1702 


Willow 


1252 


Union 


1752 


Wood 


1302 


Poplar 


1802 


Pine 


1352 


Kirkham 


1852 


Cedar 


1402 


Cypress 


1902 


Bay 


14.52 


Center 


Sixteenth Avenue, N fm 


1502 


Chester 


San Antonio Creek to 2lBt, 


1552 


Henry 


bet 15th and 17th avs. 


1602 


Lewis 


EAST 


STREET 




Peralta 


1102 


Twelfth 


1652 


Campbell 


1152 


Thirteenth 


1702 


Willow 


1202 


Fourteenth 


1752 


Wood 


1252 


Fifteenth 


1802 


Pine 


1302 


Sixteenth 


1852 


Cedar 


1352 


Seventeenth 


1902 


Bay 


1402 


Ei|.!hteenth 


Seventh Avenue, fm San 


1452 


Nineteenth 


Antonio Creek N to Charter 


Sixth, W s East Front to 


bet 6th and 8th avs. 


Market 


bet 5th and 7th. 


EAM 


STREET 


NORTH STREET 


902 


East hth 


52 


Fallon 


952 


East flth 


102 


Oak 


1002 


East 10th 


152 


Madison 


1052 


Eastllth 


202 


Jackson 


1102 


East 12th 


252 


Alice 


1152 


East 13th 


302 


Harrison 



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STREET GUIDE. 


91 


352 Webster 


Summit, fm Prospect place 


1462 Center 


402 Franklin 


N. 


1502 Chester 


462 Broadway 


Summit, N s Mound S to 


1552 Henry 


502 Washington 


Henry. 


Tenth Avenue, fm San 


652 Clay 


Sumter, fm Dale, E of An- 


Antonio Creek N to East 


602 Jefiferson 


derson, northerly 


20th, bet 9th and 11th avs. 


652 Grove 


Snrrytine, fmA.W of Glad- 


EAST STREET 


702 Castro 


ding, N to B. 


902 East 8th 


752 Brash 


Sutter, fm Shattuck, bet 


9.52 East 9th 


902 Market 


Shasta and Menlo, SW to 


1002 East 10th 


Sixth Aveime, fm San An- 


San Pablo av. 


1052 East 11th 


tonio Creek N to East 20th, 


Sycamore, fm Telegraph 


1102 East 12th 


bet 5th and 7th avs. 


av W to San Pablo av. bet 


1152 East 13th 


EAST STREET 


Laurel and 26th. 


1202 East 14th 


902 East 8th 


NORTH STREET 


1252 East 15th 


952 East 9th 


502 Telegraph av 


1302 East 16th 


1002 East 10th 


652 Grove 


1352 East 17th 


1052 East 11th 


Taylor, W s Peralta W to 


1402 East 18th 


1102 East 12th 


West Front, bet Chase and 


1452 East 19th 


1152 East 13th 


Seward. 


1502 East 20th 


1202 East 14th 


NORTH STREET 


Third, W s East Front to 


1252 East 15th 


16.52 Campbell 


Market, bet 2d and 4th. and 


1302 East 16th 


1702 Willow 


W 8 Market to Peralta, bet 


1352 East 17th 


17,52 Wood 


1st and 5th. 


1402 East 18th 


1802 Pine 


NORTH STREET 


1452 East 19th 


18,52 Cedar 


52 Fallon 


1502 East 20th 


1902 Bay 


102 Oak 


South Front, N s San An- 
tonio Creek W fm East Front 
to Clay, southwesterly from 
Clay to Kirkham. thence W 
to West Front, forming 
southern boundary of city. 

Spring, W s Concord to 
Moss S of Summer. 

Spruce, fm Prospect, bet 
Oak and Pine, N to Excel- 
sior 


Telegraph Avenue, fm 

Broadway near junction of 
San Pablo av, N to city 
limits. 

EAST STREET 

1302 Sixteenth 
1402 Eighteenth 
1502 Twentieth 
1602 Twenty-second 
1702 Twenty-fourth 
1752 Laurel 


152 Madison 
202 Jackson 
252 Alice 
302 Harrison 
352 Webster 
402 Franklin 
452 Broadway 
502 Washington 
5.52 Clay 
602 Jefferson 
652 Grove 


Stanley, fm Dover, S of 

Mariposa, SW to San Pablo 


1802 Bay place 
Tehama, fm Humboldt av, 
bet Alpine and Plumas, SW 


702 Castro 
752 Brush 
902 Market 


Star, W s Concord to Moss, 
bet Planey and Liberty. 

State, fm intersection of 
Adeline and South Front 
W to West Front, bet Beach 
and Fulton. 


to Calais. 

Temescal, fm Telegraph av, 
bet Linden and Birch, east- 
erly. 

Tenth, W s East Front to 
Market, bet 9th and 11th, 


952 Myrtle 
1002 Filbert 
1052 Linden 
1102 Chestnut 
1152 Adeline 
1202 Magnolia 


and Ws Market to Peralta 


1252 Union 


NORTH STREET 

1252 Union 
1302 Poplar 
1352 Kirkham 
1402 Cypress 
1452 Center 
1502 Chester 
1552 Henry 
1602 Lewis 
» 1652 Campbell 
1702 Willow 
1752 Wood 
1802 Pine 
1852 Cedar 
1902 Bay 


bet 8th and 12th, 


1302 Poplar 


NORTH STREET 


1352 Kirkham 


52 Fallon 
102 Oak 
152 Madison 


1402 Cypress 
1452 Center 
1502 Chester 


202 Jackson 
255 Alice 
302 Harrison 


1552 Henry 
1602 Lewis 
Third Avenue, fm San An- 


352 Webster 


tonio Creek to Lake Merritt, 


402 Franklin 


bet 2d and 4th avs. 


452 Broadway 


EAST STREET 


.502 Washington 


902 East 8th 


552 Clay 
602 Jefferson 


952 East 9th 
1002 East 10th 


652 Grove 


10,52 East nth 


Stevens, N fm Fruit Vale 


702 Castro 


1102 East 12th 


Kailroad to Keed, in Milbury 


762 Brush 


1152 East 13th 


Tract. 


802 West 


1202 East 14 th 


Stone, fm Brooklyn, bet 


902 Market 


12,52 East 15th 


Capital and Howard, K to 


952 Myrtle 


1302 East 16th 


Prospect 


1002 Filbert 


1352 East 17th 


Stratton, fm E s 13th av E 


10.52 Linden 


1402 East 18th 


to city limits, bet Charles 


1102 Chestnut 


1452 East 19th 


and Huff. 


1152 Adeline 


Thirteenth, W s East Front 


Summer, fm Crescent av. 


1202 Magnolia 


to Market, bet 12th and 14th. 


E of Pleasant Valley av, 


12.52 Union 


NORTH STREET 


southwesterly 


1302 Poplar 


52 Fallon 




1352 Kirkham 


102 Oak 


Moss, bet Spring and Corel. 


1402 Cypress 


152 Madison 


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92 OAKLAND DIRECTORY. 


202 Jackson 


102 Oak 


21st, bet 19th and 21st avs. 


252 Aliec 


152 Madison 


EAST STREET 


302 Harrison 


202 Jackson 


1102 East 12th 


352 Webster 


252 Alice 


1152 East 13th 


402 Franklin 


302 Harrison 


1202 East 14th 


452 Broadway 


352 Web.ster 


1252 East 15th 


502 Washington 


401 Franklin 


1302 East 16th 


652 Clay 


452 Broadway 


1352 East 17th 


602 Jefferson 


502 Washington 


1402 East 18th 


652 Grove 


652 Clay 


1452 East 19th 


702 Castro 


602 Jefferson 


1502 East 20th 


752 Brus h 


652 Grove 


1552 Ea6t2l8t 


902 Market 


702 Castro 


Twenty-eighth, W s Mar- 


Thirteentli Avenue, fm 


752 Brush 


ket W to Beach, bet 26th and 


San Antonio Creek N to 


802 West 


30th. 


Charter, bet 12th av and 


902 Market 


Tw^enty-first, W s Broad- 


Commerce. 


952 Myrtle 


way to Market, bet 20th and 


EAST STREET 


1002 Filbert 


Lydia. 


1002 East 10th 


1052 Linden 


NORTH STREET 


1052 East 11th 


1202 Chestnut 


452 Broadway 


1102 East r2th 


1152 Adeline 


502 Telegraph av 


1152 East 13th 


1202 Magnolia 


652 Grove 


1202 East 14th 


1252 Union 


— San Pablo av 


1252 East 15th 


1302 Poplar 


— Brush 


1302 East ICth 


1352 Kirkham 


802 West 


1352 East 17th 


1402 Cypress 


852 Curtis 


1402 East 18th 


1452 Center 


T^venty-first Avenue, N 


1452 East 19th 


1502 Chester 


fm Central Pacific Railroad 


1502 East 20th 


1602 Peralta 


to Charter, bet 20th and 22d. 


1552 East 21st 


1652 Campbell 


EAST STREET 


1602 East22d 


1702 Willow 


1102 East 12th 


1652 East 23d 


1752 Wood 


11.52 East 13th 


Thirtietli, W s Market W to 


1852 Cedar 


1202 East 14tU 


Peralta, bet 2,Sth and 32d. 


1902 Bay 


1252 East 1.5th 


Thirty-fifth ( or Walton ) , 


T^relfth Avenue, fm San 


1302 East 16th 


fm Telegraph av, bet Brown 


Antonio Creek N to East 


1352 East 17th 


and Logan, W to San Pablo 


20th. bet nth and 13th avs. 


1402 East 18th 


av. 


EAST STREET 


1452 East 19th 


Thirty, first, NE s San 


902 East 8th 


1502 East 20th 


Pablo av E to Telegraph av, 


9.52 East 9th 


15.52 East 21st 


bet Rowland and 32d. 


1002 East 10th 


Twenty-fourth, W s Mar- 


NOKIH STREET 


10.52 East nth 


ket W to West Front, bet 22cl 


652 Grove 


1102 East 12th 


and 26th. 


802 West 


1152 East 13th 


Twenty-second, W s Tele- 


902 Market 


1202 East 14th 


egraph av to Market, bet 


Thirty-fourth, Ws Market 


1252 East 15th 


Jones and Lydia, and W s 


Wto Peralta, bet 32d and 


1302 East 16th 


Market to West Front, N of 


36th. 


1352 East 17th 


20th. 


Thirty-ninth (or Geary), 


1402 East 18th 


NORTH STREET 


im Telegraph av, S of For- 


1452 East 19th 


502 Telegraph av 


tieth, W to Linden. 


1.502 East 20th 


652 Grove 


Thirty-second, W s Tele- 


Twentieth, W s San Pablo 


802 West 


graph av W to Peralta, bet 


av to Market, bet 19th and 


852 Curtis 


31st and Brockhurst and 


21st, and W s Market to West 


902 Market 


31 St and 34th. 


Front bet 18th and 22d. 


Twenty-Second Avenue 


NORTH STREET 


NORTH STREET 


fm Central Pacific Railroad 


502 Telegraph av 


652 Grove 


to East 21st bet 21st and 23d 


6.52 Grove 


802 West 


avs. 


802 West 


852 Curtis 


EAST STREET 


902 Market 


902 Market 


1102 East 12th 


Thirty-sixth. Ws Market 


952 Myrtle 


1152 East 13th 


W to Pt-ralta, along northern 


1002 Filbert 


1202 EastUtd 


boundary of city. 


1052 Linden 


1252 East 15th 


Thompson, fm Moulton.bet 


1102 Chestnut 


1302 East 16th 


Her.sey and Norris, south- 


11.52 Adeline 


1352 East 17th 


westerly. 


1202 Magnolia 


1402 East 18th 


Todd, fm Dover, bet McKee 


1252 Union 


1452 East 19th 


and Felton, southwesterly. 


1302 Poplar 


1502 East 20th 


Trenor, E fm San Antonio 


1352 Kirkham 


1552 East 21st 


Creek to Park av. 


1402 Cypress 


Twenty-sixth, W s Market 


Twelfth (Central Avenue), 


1502 Chester 


W to West Front, bet 24th 


W 8 East Front to Market, 


1602 P.;ralta 


and 28th. 


bet nth and I3th, and W s 


1702 Willow 


Tyler, E fm S.in Antonio 


Market to Bay, bet 10th and 


1802 Pine 


Creek to Park av. 


14th. 


1902 Bay 


Union, N s South Front N to 


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EAST 8TBEET 


W to Market bet South Front 


1702 Willow 


602 First 


and 1st, and W s Peralta to 


1752 Wood 


702 Third 


West Front bet Eagle and 


1802 Pine 


802 Fifth 


2d. 


1852 Cedar 


852 Seventh 


Water, fm Frederick, bet 


1902 Bav 


902 Eighth 


Shell Mound av and Oak- 


■Williams, bet San Pablo and 


1002 Tenth 


land Harbor, northtrly. 


Telegraph ave, N of Fred- 


1102 Twelfth 


Watson, fm Newton, nr 


erick. 


1202 Fourteenth 


Athol av, northerly. 


Willow, N B South Front 


1302 Sixteenth 


Watts, NW fm Peralta to 


bet Campbell and Wood, N 


1402 Eighteenth 


city limits, near C 


to Beach. 


1502 Twentieth 


Waverly, fm Walnut, bet 


EAST STREET 


1602 Twenty-second 


Valdez and Lake Merritt, N 


202 State 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


to Locust. 


302 Fulton 


1802 Twentv-sixth 


Wayne Avenne, nr east- 


402 Pearl 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


ern shore of Lake Merritt, 


452 Eagle 


2002 Thirtieth 


Peralta Heights. 


502 Hudson 


2102 Thirty-second 


Webster, N s South Front N 


552 Water 


Union, N 8 Mound S to Ed- 


to 2(Jth. bet Harrison and 


602 First 


ward. 


Franklin. 


702 Third 


Union Place, bet East 12th, 


EAST STREET 


752 Fourth 


San Antonio Creek, Com- 


602 First 


802 Fifth 


merce and 15th av. 


652 Second 


826 William 


Valdez, SE fm East 12th to 


702 Third 


852 Seventh 


San Antonio Creek. 


752 Fourth 


902 Division 


Valdez, fm Walnut, bet 


802 Fifth 


934 Chase 


Webster and Waverly, N to 


826 Sixth 


966 Taylor 


Locust, 


852 Seventh 


1002 Seward 


VaUey, N fm Walnut to 


902 Eigbth 


1052 Lincoln 


Elm, bet Broadway and Tel- 


952 Ninth 


1102 Twelfth 


egraph av. 


1002 Tenth 


1202 Fourteenth 


Vermont, fm Coitage, bet 


1052 Eleventh 


1302 Sixteenth 


Jersey and Pleasant Valley 


1102 Twelfth 


1402 Eighteenth 


av, northeasterly. 


1152 Thirteenth 


1.-.02 Twentieth 


Vernon, fm Broadway, N of 


1202 Fomteenth 


1602 Twenty-second 


Birch, westerly. 


1252 Fifteenth 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


Vernon, fm Lee, bet Oak- 


1302 Sixteenth 


1802 Twenfy-sixth 


land av. and Adams, north- 


1352 Seventeenth 


Willow, E fm San Antonio 


easterly. 


1402 Eighteenth 


Creek to Park av, E 0. 


Wallace (or 28th) E s San 


■West, N fm intersection of 


Wilson, E fm 13th av to 


Pablo av to Grove, bet Park 


5th and Market to 22d, and 


Fruit Vale Railroad track. 


and Alden. 


fm 26th to northern city 


"Wilton. W fm San Pablo av 


Walnut, fm E s Telegraph 


limits. 


to Market, near 24th. 


av to Webster, bet Hobart 


EAST STREET 


Wood, X s Si.uth Front N to 


and Locust. 


902 Eighth 


Beach, bet Willow and Pine. 


Walsworth, fm Prospect, 


1002 Tenth 


EAST STREET 


E of Brordway, northeast- 


1102 Twelfth 


202 state 


erly. 


1202 Fourteenth 


302 Fulton 


Walton (or 35th) fm W b 


1302 Sixteenth 


402 Pearl 


Telegraph av to Linden, bet 


1402 Eighteenth 


452 Eagle 


Brown and Logan. 


1502 Twentieth 


502 Hudson 


KOETH STREET 


1526 Twenty.first 


552 Water 


502 Telegraph av 


1552 Lydia 


602 First 


652 Grove 


1602 Twenty-second 


702 Third 


802 West 


1702 Twenty-fouith 


752 Fourth 


902 Market 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


802 Fifth 


Warren, E fm Park av bet 


1902 Twenty-eighth 


826 William 


Franklin and Putnam. 


2002 Thirtieth 


852 Seventh 


W^ashin^on. N s South 


2102 Thirty-second 


902 Division 


Front N to 14th, bet Broad- 


2202 Thirty-fourth 


934 Chase 


way and Clay. 


West Front, N along west- 


966 Taylor 


EA&T STREET 


ern city limits to northern 


1002 Seward 


602 First 


charter line. 


1052 Lincoln 


652 Second 


W^eston Avenne, fm Tele- 


1102 Twelfth 


702 Third 


graph av, N of Mobs av, E 


1202 Fourteenth 


752 Fourth 


to Broadway. 


1302 Sixteenth 


802 Fifth 


Wiard's I^ane, fm San 


1402 Eighteenth 


826 Sixth 


Pablo at> nr Temescal 


1502 Twentieth 


852 Seventh 


Creek, SW to Oakland Trot- 


1602 Twenty-second 


902 Eighth 


ting Park. 


1702 Twenty-fourth 


952 Ninth 


Wilcox Place, bet Tele- 


1802 Twenty-sixth 


1002 Tenth 


graph av, 20th and 21st. 


Verba Bnena Avenne, 


1052 Eleventh 


William, W s Peralta W to 


SW fm San Pablo av to 


1102 Twelfth 


West Front, btt Atlantic and 


Beach, crossing city limits 


1152 Thirteenth 


7th. 


on Watt's Tract. 


1202 Fourteenth 


NORTH STREET 


York, fm Cottage, bet Erie 


Water, f m W s East Front 


1652 Campbell 


and Jersey, northeasterly. 



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E East 

E. East Oakland 

E s East side 

N North 

NE North-east 

NW North-west 



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res residence 

8 side 

S south 

SE South-east 

SW , South-west 

W West 

WO West Oakland 



A. A. HOUSE, Harry F. Irwin proprietor, SW cor Seventh 

and Broadway 
Aaron & Irelan (Charles H. Aaron and William Irelan Jr.) 

proprietors Pacific Reduction Works, E s Bay avenue, 

Melrose 
Aaron Charles H. (Aaron & Irelan) res Nelson House 
Aaron David, tailor, 426 Eighth, res 561 Sixth 
Abbey Alfred, telegraph operator (S. F.) res 960 Castro 
Abbey Frances J. Mrs., res 608 Eighteenth 
Abbey Eichard, mining, res 960 Castro 
Abbott Charles M., carpenter, res 665 Seventh 
Abbott George F., contractor and builder, res 1160 Union 
Abbott Granville S. Eev., pastor First Baptist Church, res 

Blake House 
Abbott John, laborer Jacob Smitli, res 419 Second 
Abbott Joseph E., contractor, res 812 Castro 
Abbott Mary M., widow, res 725 Filbert 
Abbott Moses A., dairyman, res 1577 Market 
Abbott S. M. Mrs., dealer and worker in human hair, 1311 

Broadway 
Abbott Solon M., res 1311 Broadway 
Abbott Thomas, bargeman Custom House (S. F.) res 1026 

Fifth 
Abel George A., grain inspector (S. F.) res 1759 Seward 
Abele Meta Mrs., midwife, res 821 Filbert 



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ABEIiIj IRVING Ij., journalist and city numberer, office 

366 Thirteenth, res 673 Thirty-fourth 
Aber M. Mrs., res 891 Bay 
Abraham Adolph, tailor, res 1866 Atlantic 
Abraham Ernest, merchant, res 418 Central av 
Abraham John, pedler, res Peralta av nr School House road 
Abrahamson Gustave, fancy goods, trimmings, etc., 1117 

Broadway, res S. F. 
Abrahamson Hugo, salesman M. H. Coffee, res 559 Eighth 
Abrahamson Julius, salesman G. Abrahamson, res S. F. 
Abrego Ysmael M., salesman Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 

(S. F.) res 922 Chester 
Abren Manuel F., tanner, res 1011 East 22d 
Achard Charles H., carriage trimmer, res 367 Eleventh 
Acker Edwin M., carpenter C. P. R. K., res 727 Chester 
Adair Annie, nurse William C. Little, W s Broadway nr 

Moss av 
Adamina Felix, painter, res 820 Twenty -ninth 
Adamina Joseph, painter, res 820 Twenty-ninth 
ADAMS & CO. (Herbert L. Adams) attorneys-at-law and 

collection agents, 864 Broadway 
Adams Alfred W., ship carpenter, res 719 Lewis 
Adams Amos C, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 226 Ninth 
Adams Cyrus, salesman (S. F.) res NW cor East 15th and 

Seventeenth av 
Adams David L., with Adams & Co., res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Adams Edson, real estate (S. F.) res cor Bay pi and Oak- 
land av 
.Adams Edsou F., student, res cor Bay pi and Oakland av 
Adams Frank L., student University, res 1311 Clay 
Adams George, soda water manufacturer Taylor & Lohse, 

res 853 Harrison 
Adams George W., capitalist, res Union Hotel 
Adams Herbert L. (Adams & Co.) res 953 Thirty-fifth 
Adams John, carpenter B. Muir, res Muir's Oyster Beds 
Adams John C, studei;t, res cor Bay pi and Oakland av 
Adams John M., clerk Porter Bros. & Wing, res 534 Knox pi 
ADAMS JOHN S. (Agard & Adams) physician, NE cor 

Broadway and Central av. room 8, res 1311 Clay 
Adams Joseph J., barber, 455 Fourth 
Adams Josephine M. Miss, res 362 East 10th 
Adams J. R., foreman bridge builder C. P. R. R., res 569 

Eighth 
Adams Robert H., merchant, res 220 Eleventh 
Adams William, carriage painter Charles H. Morgans, res 

414 Fourteenth 



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Adams William G., bouse mover, res 1159 Third 

Adamson Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 666 Thirty-fourth 

Adamson W. K. H., accountant (S. F.) res 1414 Sixth av 

Adie Charles A., clerk (S. F.) res 776 Tenth 

Adie Mary Mrs., res 776 Tenth 

Adie May Miss, school teacher, res cor West and Castro 

iETNA INSURANCE CO. (of Hartford) L. B. Edwards 

agent, 467 Ninth 
Afflerbach Alice Miss, teacher music, res 526 Seventeenth 
Afflerbach Christian H. Kev., pastor German M. E. Church, 

res 526 Seventeenth 
AGARD & ADAMS (A. H. Agard and J. S. Adams) phy- 
sicians and surgeons, NE cor Broadway and Central av, 

room 8 
AGARD & MAY (John T. Agard and Munsell N. May) gro- 
ceries, SE cor Central av and Franklin 
AGARD AUREIilUS H. (Agard & Adams) physician, NE 

cor Broadway and Central av, room 8, res 1259 Alice 
Agard John T. (Agard & May) res 404 Central av 
Agena Lena, domestic 1505 Tenth av 
Ah Len (Chinese) laundry, 608 Fifteenth 
Ah Sam (Chinese) laundry, 657 Broadway 
Ahearn Mary Miss, res 807 Washington 
Ahern Patrick, laborer C P. K. K., res 1614 Seventeenth 
Ahern Peter, carpenter, res 1311 Jefferson 
Ahem W^illiam, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Ahlberg C, blacksmith J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Ahrens Jacob H., liquor saloon (S. F.) res 952 Campbell 
Ainge Henry, gardener, res 1011 Third 
Ainge William, laborer, res 1011 Third 
Ainsworth Alfred G., res 586 Tenth 
Ainsworth Alfred G. Jr., brakeman C. P. E. R., res 586 

Tenth 
Ainsworth John, lumber inspector C. P. U. R., res 1661 

Pacific 
Ainsworth John C, capitalist, res S s Vernon av, east of 

College av 
Aker Christ., bakery, 1836 Seventh 
Akerly Benjamin Eev., rector St. John's Episcopal Church, 

res SW cor Adeline and Sixteenth 
Akerly James, student University, res SW cor Adeline and 

Sixteenth 
Akins Liman E., clerk, res 661 Ninth 
Akins M. J. Mrs., agent Mrs. Jackson's Dress Model, res 

661 Ninth 



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Akins Seymour L., miner, res 661 Ninth 

Akins Willard H., conductor C. P. E. E., res 661 Ninth 

Akins William D., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 661 Ninth 

ALAMEDA COUNTY BRANCH HOME MUTUAL 
FIRE INSURANCE CO., E. H. Magill manager, 922- 
924 Broadway 

Alameda County Ice Co. (Louis Passola, Lorenzo Patroni 
and Domingo Grandona) S s Fourth bet Washington 
and Jefferson 

ALAMEDA IRON WORKS, John B. McNerney, Daniel 
M. Taggart and J. A. Skinner managers, NW cor Second 
and Franklin 

ALAMEDA MACADAMIZING CO., Hugh Slicer presi- 
dent, T. P. Wales secretary, 954 Broadway, room 15 

Albee A. & Son (A. and W. E. Albee) groceries, NW cor 
Thirty-fourth and Telegraph av 

Albee Aurel (A. Albee & Son) res 569 Thirty-fifth 

Albee Honestus M., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1521 Eighth 

Albee William E. (A. Albee & Son) res 569 Thirty -fifth 

Albers Antone, collector, res 830 Sixteenth 

Albers George, clerk Gustav M. Eunge, res SE cor Broad- 
way and Tenth 

Albrecht August (Schroder & Albrecht, S. F.) res 1554 
Eighth 

Albridge James, engineer, res 710 Third 

Alburn George W., laborer C. P. E. E., res 828 Henry 

Alciua Eugene, clerk J. B. Miranda, res 407 Eighth 

Alden Byron, teamster Grayson, Harrell & Co., res N s Dal- 
ton av nr Green 

Alden Charles E., clerk Bart Morgan & Co., res 722 Myrtle 

Alden Emily Miss, res W^ s Shattuck av nr Temescal Creek, 
Temescal 

Alden S. E., farmer, res W s Shattuck av nr Temescal Creek, 
Temescal 

Alderson M. J. Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 1467 
San Pablo av 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker, 1669 Eighth 

Aldis Elizabeth, fancy goods, 1669 Eighth 

Aldrich Abbie F. Miss, principal Lafayette School, res Cen- 
tennial House 

Aldrich Lucius A., artesian wellborer, res 668 Sycamore 

Aldrich William, policeman, res 580 Jones 

Alexander Charles O., clerk Sperry & Co (S. F.) res 977 
Seventh av 

Alexander Henry, salesman I. Alexander, res 1564 Telegraph 



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Alexander Henry, clothing and boots and shoes, 1754 Seventh 

Alexander Henry, dairyman Charles W. Swan, res Old County 
road nr Redwood av. Fruit Vale 

Alexander Isadore, boots and shoes, NW cor Seventh and 
Washington, res 1564 Telegraph av 

Alexander Joseph L., farmer, res Lake Shore av nr Indian 
Gulch 

Alexander Louis L., mining superintendent, res 468 Pros- 
pect 

Alexander William, D. D., professor Theological Seminary, 
res 1632 Telegraph av 

Alger George C, miner, res 1015 Webster 

Allard Alder (Klumpp & Allard) res 421 Third 

Allardt George F., civil engineer (S. F.) res 1127 Linden 

Allen & Eoberts (Miss Matilda L. Allen and Miss Elizabeth 
S. Roberts) fancy goods and stationery, 1213 Broadway 

Allen Benjamin B., conductor C. P. R. R., res 1622 Four- 
teenth 

Allen Bernard K., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 
Snyder Block 

Allen Burton C, carpenter, res 1012 Twenty -fourth 

Allen Charles E., res 822 East 15th 

Allen Charles R., coal dealer (S. F.) res 1015 Eighth 

Allen Charles W., clerk, res 78 Valley 

Allen Christopher M., res 775 Fourteenth 

Allen Elihu, carpenter, res 327 Eleventh 

Allen Eliza, widow, res 528 Knox pi 

Allen Ethan, res S s Mariposa bet Racine and Shattuck av, 
Temescal 

Allen Fanny E. Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 1143 
Myrtle 

Allen George S. plumber and gasfitter (S. F.) res 814 Four- 
teenth 

Allen James, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 1211 
Chestnut 

Allen James E., porter C. P. R. R., res 615 Sixth 

Allen John, clerk McGovern & Cahill, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen Louise D. Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 1211 
Chestnut 

Allen Lyman B., train dispatcher Oakland Wharf, res 1005 
Fifth 

Allen Margaret Mrs., janitress Prescott School, res 1211 
Chestnut 

Allen Marion, domestic 330 East 17th 

Allen Mary Miss, res Tubbs Hotel 

Allen Matilda L. Miss (Allen & Roberts) res 628 Knox pi 



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100 OAKLAND [ A ] DIRECTORY. 

AliLEN M. W., proprietor Oakland Carriage Manufactory, 

SE cor Tenth and Webster, res 962 Webster 
Allen Orrin, engineer C. P. E. K., res 740 Peralta 
Allen Euth A., teacher Kindergarten, res 827 Fourteenth 
Allen Sarah, domestic Piev. David McClure, NE cor Tele- 
graph av and Prospect 
Allen Sheldon, farmer, res S s Mariposa bet Kacine and 

Shattuck av, Temescal 
Allen Thomas J., res 1416 Fifteenth 
Allen Truman H., horseshoer, 412 Ninth, res 166 Fifth 
Allen Walter S., car cleaner C. P. E. E., res 920 Henry 
Allen William, carpenter, res 1211 Chestnut 
Allen William, carpenter and builder, 1702 Telegraph av, 

res 78 Valley 
Allen William A., res 2233 Magnolia 
Allen William C, collector (S. F.) res 869 Filbert 
Allen William H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 869 Filbert 
Allingham William, foreman Street Department, res 1530 

West 
Allingham William (James A. Clark & Co.) res NE cor 

Forty-third and Grove, Temescal 
Allison Benjamin, butcher Orlando Bemis, res 502 East 15th 
Allman John, contractor, res 2336 Telegraph av 
Allman John, IT. S. mail agent, res Lee nr Vernon av 
Altendorf Julius, polisher and grinder (S. F.) res 1206 

Twenty-eighth 
Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls, S. F.) res 942 Lincoln 
Alvas Manuel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Alves Frank, laborer C. P. E. E. 
Alvis Anton J., laborer, res 1019 East Twenty-second 
Amador Hotel, J. S. Collins proprietor, W s Webster nr 

Mountain View Cemetery 
Amador Marble Co., Frank Madden foreman, W s Webster 

nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Amazon Insurance Co. (fire, of Cincinnati) M. W. Wood 

agent, 1178 Broadway 
Ambrose Frank, laborer T, W. Corder, res Butchertown 
Ambrose Manuel, laborer Thomas Cotter, res Butchertown 
Ambrose Norman A., res 1556 Seventh 
AMERICAN DISTRICT TELEGRAPH CO., B. E. Bates 

superintendent, 1002 Broadway 
American Eestaurant, James H. Kimball proprietor, 1053 

Thirteenth av 
Ames George, machinist (S. F.) res 318 Third 
Ames Henry M. Jr., wholesale butcher, stock yard, Butch- 
ertown, res S. F. 



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Ames John, deputy recorder, res 541 Charter 

Ames Orville W. Mrs., res 750 Brush 

Amidon Cyrus, clerk (S. F.) res 1517 Seventh 

Amidon George W., hairwork, res 1517 Seventh 

Amidon John, expressman, res 753 Castro 

Amidon William H., driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, res 
753 Castro 

Amos Joseph A. , laborer, res 923 Third 

Amstutz Charles L., watchmaker L. P. Berger, res 1038 
Peralta 

Amy Oscar M., groceries, W s Telegraph av nr Forty-ninth, 
Temescal 

Ancient Order United Workmen, rooms 377 Central av 

ANDERSEN JULIUS, ice cream and coffee saloon, Brook- 
lyn Station, res 274 East 17th 

ANDERSEN MATILDA, cigars and tobacco, Brooklyn 
Station, res 274 East 17th 

Andersen Nicholas, farmhand J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor 
Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Anderson Abbie Mrs., res 1691 Eighth 

Anderson Abbie E. Miss, res 1318 Seventh av 

Anderson Alice C, widow, res 1318 Seventh av 

Anderson Andrew, fireman stmr Oakland, res 1016 Tenth 

Anderson Andrew, wood and coal, foot Webster, res Ala- 
meda 

j^nderson Andrew H., painter, res 1162 Seventh 

Anderson Andrew S., carpet layer, res 119 Hannah 

Anderson Clara, domestic W. H. H. Graves 

Anderson Emanuel, carpenter, res 662 Twenty-fifth 

Anderson E. W. Mrs., teacher Lafayette School, res Kohler- 
Chase House 

Anderson George, brickmason, res W s Market nr Seven- 
teenth 

Anderson G. W. & Co. (G. W. Anderson and Charles 
Harper) proprietors Anderson's Oakland Express, SE 
cor Broadway and Tenth, and 331 East (S. F.) 

Anderson George W. (G. W. Anderson & Co.) res 1674 
Atlantic 

Anderson Hans C, master mariner, res 1654 Nineteenth 
av 

Anderson Isaac, farmer, res E s Kedwood Eoad, Fruit 
Vale 

Anderson Jacob A., painter, res 564 East 16th 

Anderson James, helper C. P. K. E. 

Anderson James M., foreman John G. Anderson, res 1659 
Grove 



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Anderson James S., foreman Oakland R. E. Stables, res 

junction Claremont and College avs 
Anderson Jane Miss, dressmaking, 564 East 16tli 
Anderson John, carpenter, res 1572 Third 
Anderson John, dishwasher Union Hotel, res 632 East Cen- 
tral av 
Anderson John, laborer Frederic Clay, res Hays Valley 
Anderson John G., stoves and tinware, plumbing and gas- 
fitting, 1249 Broadway, res 1659 Grove 
Anderson John G. Jr., bookkeeper John G. Anderson, res 

1659 Grove 
Anderson John P., clerk, res 409 Fourth 
Anderson Joseph, steward Eoff's Hotel, Butchertown 
Anderson Laura, waitress Kelsey House 
Anderson Lewis, barber "William H. Stewart, res 379 

Franklin 
Anderson Lulie Miss, clerk W. M. Anderson, res 919 Center 
Anderson Margaret, laundress I. L. Eequa, res Piedmont 
Anderson Margaret B. Miss, res 516 East 28d 
Anderson Mathias, boilermaker C. P. E. E., res 1826 William 
Anderson M. J. Miss, teacher, res 1467 San Pablo av 
Anderson N. C- Mrs., private boarding school, 1162 Seventh 
Anderson Olive S. L. Miss, school-teacher (S. F.), res 1318 

Seventh av 
Anderson Poole, fireman, res 1056 Third 
Anderson Salome, widow, res 572 Tenth 
Anderson Samuel, carpet layer McGovern & Cahill, res 119 

Henry 
Anderson Thomas, engineer steamer Oakland, res 1056 Third 
Anderson Thomas, mining engineer, res 479 Orchard 
Anderson William M., confectionery, 1007 Broadway, res 

919 Center 
Anderson William M., with J. G. Anderson, res 1659 Grove 
Anderson's Oakland Express, G. "W. Anderson & Co. pro- 
prietors, SE cor Broadway and Tenth and 331 East S. F. 
Andrade Joseph S., pressman Butler & Bowman, res 563 

East 16th 
Andresen Christian (Andresen Brothers, S. F.) res 518 Third 
Andresen Harold, ship carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1413 Six- 
teenth 
Andresen John J. (Andresen Brothers, S. F.) res 518 Third 
Andrews C, steward College Hall, res NE cor Harrison and 

Twelfth 
Andrews George, stevedore, res 810 Twenty-sepond 
Andrews Granville B., dairyman, res SE cor Forty -sixth and 
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Andrews John K., painter C. P. K. R., res 514 Elm 
Andrews Luke, carpenter C. P. R. R., res Star House 
Andrews Mollie L. Miss, res S s Vernon av E College av 
Andrews M. R. Mrs., res S s Vernon av E College av 
Andrews Nicholas G., mining superintendent, res 698 Syca- 
more 
Andrews Robert, laborer, res alley bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth avs and East 14th and 15tli 
Andrus Washburn R., secretary Railroad Commission, res 

1408 Tenth 
Angwin James A., capenter C. P. R. R., res 1669 Taylor 
Angwin William Rev., pastor East Oakland M. E. Church, 

res 268 East 17th 
Ankele John H., with Philip, Speyer <fe Co., (S. F.), res 124 

Eleventh 
Anselmi Charles, driver Joseph Anselmi, res S s McAdam 

nr Broadway 
Anselmi Joseph, proprietor William Tell Dairy, S s McAdam 

nr Broadway 
Ansen Fred, upholsterer C. Schreiber, res Alameda 
Anthony Adam L., photographer Clarence A. Cary, res 860 

Twenty-sixth 
ANTHONY ALBERT G., physician and surgeon, office and 

res NE cor Seventh and Willow, Masonic Hall 
Anthony John, laborer J. Lusk & Co., res S s Forty-fifth nr 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Anthony Mark, laborer, res 664 East 16th 
Anthony Richard M., chief clerk U. S. Sub -Treasury (S. F.) 

res 964 Eighteenth 
Anthony Sarah M. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, 

res 858 Castro 
Anthony William T., res 1525 Broadway 
Antoine Joseph, laborer, res 1370 Eighteenth 
Anton August, cigarmaker (S. F.) res 608 Madison 
Antonelli Vincent, fish market, 1753 Seventh, res Seventh- 
street House 
Applegarth John, farmer, res 521-' East 11th 
ARCADE HOUSE, Mrs. E. Child proprietress, 1207 Broad- 
way and 1208 San Pablo av 
Archambault Edwin A., horseshoer Sohst Bros., res 844 

Franklin 
Archer James, machinist (S. F.) res 378 A 
Arey James A., expressman, res 833 Brush 
Arey Lizzie F. Mrs., dressmaker, res 833 Brush 
Arhart George J., gardener, res 1636 Myrtle 
Arkison James D., tailor S. Francis, res 422 B 



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104 OAKLAND [A] DIRECTORY. 

Arlett Benjamin, bricklayer, rey 711 Nineteenth 

Arlett Henry, clerk Salinger Bros., res 711 Nineteenth 

Arlington Julia Mrs., res 1120 Washington 

Arm Katie, domestic Seminary av nr Mills' Seminary 

ARMES CHARLES W. (Armes & Dallam, S. F.) res 1235 
Broadway 

ARMES GEORGE W. (Armes & Dallam, S. F.) res 1118 
Brush 

Armes William D., student University 

Armory Hall, S s Thirteenth bet Broadway and Franklin 

Armstrong Arthur B., sparmaker (S. F.) res 716 Market 

Armstrong Bessy, domestic Charles Scheffield, res 128 Tenth 

Armstrong Bradley A., artist, 454 Central av, res 1526 Broad- 
way 

Armstrong Carrie, domestic 217 East 16th 

ARMSTRONG EDWARD W., carriage and sign painter, 
1500 Broadway, res 1525| Broadway 

Armstrong Frank P., carriage washer City Hall Stables, res 
Sunnyside House 

Armstrong George F., carriage painter T. D. Weymouth, res 
SW cor Twenty-first and Broadway 

Armstrong Hiram T., carpenter (S. F.) res 1279 Campbell 

Armstrong Ida L. Miss, bookkeeper G. C. Fisher, res 869 
Washington 

Armstrong John W., carpenter C P. K. K., res S. F. 

Armstrong Martin, seaman, res 221 Hannah 

Arnold Adam, butcher Hayes, Carrick & Co., res Butcher- 
town 

Arnold Mary F. Mrs., res 957 Castro 

Arnold Otto, brewer Washington Brewery, res NW cor Fifth 
and Kirkham 

Arnold Peter J., lumberman, res 1664 Thirteenth av 

Arnoup John, journalist, res 711 Webster 

Arps John, dairyman, res 834 Seventeenth 

Arras George, teamster Oakland Lumber Yard, res 658 Alice 

ARROWSMITH A. T., vice-president Alameda Macadamiz- 
ing Co., 954 Broadway, res S. F. 

Arth George V., blacksmith M. W. Allen, res 316 Sixth 

Arthur Ella Mrs., res 857 Myrtle 

Arthur Edward M., paying teller Nevada Bank (S. F.) res 
535 Knox pi 

Arthur Balph, salesman S. L. Strickland 

ARTHUR THOMAS, secretary Oakland Home Insurance 
Co., 469 Ninth, res 1420 Castro 

Arthur William M., student University, res 1420 Castro 

Arthur William K., overseer Walter Blair, res Blair's Dairy 



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OAKLAND [ A ] DIRECTORY. 105 

Asch Henry, tinsmith, res 165 Seventh 

Asch Kachel Miss, saleslady Mrs. M. Wharton, res 165 Sev- 
enth 

Ash Ferdinand F., teamster, res 360 Fourth 

Ashburn Alexander, merchant, res 832 Clay 

Ashby D. E., head foreman J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clar- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Ashby James G., laborer, res 604 Franklin 

Ashby Mark T., farmer, res AV s College av nr Ashby av 

Ashby William, res W s College av nr Ashby av 

Ashcroft Thomas, capitalist, res 518 East 18tli 

Asparn Henry, driver Purington & Reed, res 669 East Cen- 
tral av 

Assessor Brooklyn Township, A. B. Webster, office 624 East 
Central av 

Assessor City, Joseph M. Dillon, office City Hall 

Assessor Oakland Township, William F. Boardman, office 
Court House, room 3 

Astor Andrew, res 661 East 17th 

Atchinson B. M. Mrs., res 603 East 14th 

Atkins George, waiter Galindo Hotel, res SE cor Twenty- 
eighth and West 

Atkinson Arthur A., carpenter and builder, res 826 Webster 

Atkinson George, clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 519 East 14th 

Atkinson George, wheelwright (S. F.)res 854 Harrison 

Atkinson George D., fruit and vegetables, 1425 San Pablo av 

Atkinson John W., mining, res 529 Eighth 

Atkinson John W. Jr.. student University, res 529 Eighth 

Atkinson S. E. Mrs., res 529 Eighth 

Atkinson William, carpenter and builder, les 826 Webster 

Atkinson William J., carpenter, res 419 East Central av 

Attorney (City) John M. Poston, City Hall 

Atwili Joseph F., mining secretary (S. F.) res 907 Jackson 

Aubry Fraugois Xavier, housemover, res cor First and Jef- 
ferson 

Audiflfred Hypolite, wood and coal, 504 Fourth, res 763 
Seventeenth 

Audiffred Louis, student Oakland Business College 

Auditor (County) Andrew Ryder, Court House 

Auerbach Louis, res 586 Charter 

Augustus A., laborer CP. R. R. 

Augustus Domingo, laborer C. P. R. R., res 917 East 15th 

Auroux Edward, laborer, res 361 First 

Austin D. S., master mariner, res 925 Wood 

Austin Frank H., solicitor Bonney & Henderson, res 717 
Tenth 



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106 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Austin Fred., hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Austin Marcus E., speculator (S. F.), res 376 East 14th 

Austin William, laborer, res cor A and Hannah 

Avenue House, Mrs. Harriet Hunt proprietress, 1273 San 

Pablo av 
Averill Lizzie Miss, dressmaker Mrs. E. W. Johnson, res 

Avenue House 
Averill Sarah INliss, dressmaker, res Avenue House 
AVERY ADELINE N. Mrs., M. D., physician, office and 

res 1207 Broadway 
Avery George W., farmer, res 952 Third 
Avery William, teamster, res 952 Third 

Avery William A., butcher D. C. Wilkie, res 2145 Tele- 
graph av 
Ayala Manuel M., real estate, res W s Railroad av nr Te- 
hama,* Temescal 
Ayers Charles H. (Ayers & Co., S. F.) res 718 Central av 
Ayers David M., res SW cor Twenty-eighth and Myrtle 
Ayers Edith Miss, with Pacific Press, res 1059 Castro 
Ayers Fannie Mrs., res 671 East 24th 
Ayers James, carpenter, res 451 B 

Ayers James C, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and Myrtle 
Ayers M., manager D. M. Osborne & Co. (S. F.) res 718 

Central av 
Ayers Pansome G., carpenter, res 837 Brush 
Ayers W. H., res 966 Twenty-eighth 
Ayhens Paul, butcher, res NE cor O'Neill and San Pablo av, 

Temescal 
Ayres John G., stockbroker (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Ayres Joshua I., mining broker (S. F.) res 1155 Market 



B 

Babb Charles, reporter, res 2049 Market 
Babbitt, Manuel & Gilpin (S. M. Babbitt, George W. 
Manuel and Z. T. Gilpin commission merchants, 472 
Eleventh 
Babbitt Salmon M. (Babbitt, Manuel & Gilpin) res 1954 

Webster 
Babcock Abe, tinsmith, res 2003 Chestnut 
Babcock George L., teacher music, res 573 Thirty-fifth 
BABCOCK GEORGE W. & CO. (George W. Babcock and 
Henry H, Chittenden) hardware, agricultural imple- 
ments, etc., 955 Broadway 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 107 

Babcock George W. (George W. Babcock & Co.) and presi- 
dent City Council, res 555 East 16th 

Babcock Henry C, proprietor Humboldt Park Hotel, E s 
Telegraph av nr Temescal Creek, Temescal 

Babcock John P., workman IJ. S. Mint (S. E.) res Tubbs 
Hotel 

Babcock Lafayette M., tinsmith G. H. Tay & Co. (S. P.), 
res 2003 Chestnut 

Babcock Newell H., tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., res 
1465 Castro 

Babcock O. D. Mrs., res 1012 Jefferson 

Babcock Sanford P., deputy Superintendent Streets, City 
Hall, res 9 Pearson's Eow 

Babcock Sarah H., widow, res 1216 Webster 

Babcock William, dairyman John E. Talcott, res E s High 
nr East 14th, Fruit Vale 

Babcock William S., teacher (Vallejo) res 574 Thirty -fourth 

Babcox Charles A., clerk, res 919 Alice 

Babcox Hiram L., inventor, res 317 Third 

Babcox Jefferson T. , proprietor Tuscarora Water Works 
(Nev.) res 919 Alice 

Babson & Seadler (Seth Babson and James Seadler) archi- 
tects, 475 Ninth 

Babson Maria Miss, res Tubbs Hotel 

Babson Seth (Babson & Seadler) res Alameda 

Bachelder Alva H., salesman, res 1376 Franklin 

Bachelder Phares J., carpenter, res 614 Fifth 

Bachrodt Amelia, domestic S s East 14th, Fruit Vale 

Bacigalupi Ida, widow, res 1358 Market 

Bacigalupi Serafino, porter Classon & Trost, 1010 Broad- 
way 

Backus John, carpenter, res 417 Seventh 

Backus Oscar J. (George H. Tay & Co., S. F.) res 320 
Eighth 

Bacon Frank M., millwright Oakland Bag Manufacturing 
Co., res 351 Seventh av 

Bacon Frank P., res 960 Oak 

Bacon H. D., capitalist, 305 Sansome (S. F.) res 960 Oak 

BACON JAMES H., confectioner, 965 Broadway, res 859 
Harrison 

Bacon Martin (Mackintosh & Bacon, S. F.) res 761 Four- 
teenth 

Bacon Truman F., physician, office and res 559 Seventeenth 

Bacon William E., salesman W. B. Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 

Bacon William F., salesman W. B. Hardy, res 1423 San 
Pablo av 



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108 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Badger Charles "W., mining secretary (S. F.) res 1009 Mad- 
ison 

Badger Henry S., student University, res 1009 Madison 

Badger Thomas W., proprietor Badger's Park, res Badger's 
Park 

Badger William G., merchant (S. P.) res W s Fruit Yale av 
nr East 27th 

Badger's Central Park, Thomas W. Badger proprietor, SE 
cor East 9th and Seventh av 

Bagge Christian, farmer, res 1161 Peralta 

Bagge Theodore P., capitalist, res SE cor Seventh and Cen- 
ter 

Bagley Julia, domestic Mrs. S. H. Tompkins, 1405 Alice 

Baglin James, groceries and liquors, 1851 San Pablo av, res 
1715 Market 

Bahls John P. W- (Althof & Bahls, S. P.) res 942 Linden 

Bahm Eudolph, mining, res 765 Lydia 

Bahr Gottlieb, private school and res 2034 Union 

Bailey A. J., minei, res 1317 Jackson 

Bailey Alfred P., photographer, .911 Broadway, res 1720 
Central av 

Bailey Austin, painter Charles B. Eutherford, res cor Ninth 
and Washington 

Bailey Charles A., real estate (S. P.) res 1159 Alice 

Bailey Edward, res 464 Third 

Bailey George, res 418 Central av 

Bailey James, res 1209 Adeline 

Bailey James, gardener, res 464 Third 

Bailey James Jr. , res 464 Third 

Bailey John, carpenter, res 914 Pine 

Bailey John N., street contractor, res 1303 Sixth av 

Bailey John T., blacksmith Northey & Wagar, res 464 Third 

Bailey Oscar J., carpenter, res 1312 Thirteenth av 

Bailey Robert S., liquors (S. P.) res 1520 Eighth 

Bailey Sherman A., res 1362 Campbell 

Bailey Thomas W., bookkeeper, res 856 Clay 

Bailey William H., carpenter, res 529 Eighth 

Baile'y William I., porter (S. P.) res 675 Fifth 

Bailey William T. , printer Butler & Bowman, res 916 Har- 
rison 

Baillie William M., tailor, res 733 Center 

Baily Samuel, bandsawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 689 
Twenty-fourth 

Bain Margaret Mrs., midwife, res 510 Seventh 

Baker Alfred S., carpenter, res 1303 Clay 

Baker Alfred S., grainer, res 513 Eleventh 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 109 

Baker Annie M. Miss, dressmaker, 482 Tweuty-fiftli 
Baker Charles, cattle dealer, res W s Redwood av, Fruit Vale 
Baker Charles S. B., millband (S. F.) res 806 Thirteenth 
Baker Charles W., painter, res 1004 Fifth 
Baker Conrad, assayer (S. F.) res 558 Sixth 
Baker Edmund G., merchant, res 1315 Franklin 
Baker Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 677 East Central av 
Baker Gershon A., pressman Pacific Press, res 759 Jefferson 
BAKER HENRY Y., broker, stationery, and agent Contra 
Costa Laundry, and superintendent Post Office, West 
Oakland Station, NE cor Pine and Seventh, res 966 
Chester 
Baker James W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 146 Lake 
Baker Jehiel H. , mining, res 669 Seventeenth 
Baker John, res 677 East Central av 
Baker John, liquor saloon, SE cor Fourth and Franklin 
Baker John G., paymaster Pacific Improvement Co. (S. F.) 

res 1023 West 
Baker John M., clerk (S. F.) res 806 Thirteenth 
Baker Justin, teamster, res 608 Fourth 
Baker Justus, teamster, res 608 Fourth 

Baker Louis F., commission merchant (S. F.) res 806 Thir- 
teenth 
Baker Mary, domestic 1127 Linden 

Baker Mary, domestic Miss H. N. Field, 1825 Telegraph av 
Baker Mary Miss, dressmaker Miss A. M. Baker, res 482 

Twenty-fifth 
Baker M. S., salesman A. J. Viele, res 710 Filbert 
Baker Orrin V., blacksmith C.P.R.R. (S. F.) res 1809 Short 
Baker O. S., attorn ey-at-law, res Hartman House 
BAKER PETER, groceries and liquors, 823 Broadway, res 

362 Fifth 
Baker S. Mrs., res Clarendon House 
Baker S. Mrs., folder Pacific Press, res 608 Jeflferson 
Baker Samuel (Nickerson & Co., S. F.) res 815 East 15th 
Baker Sanford C, compositor (S. F.) res 713 Center 
Baker Silas, farmer, res Highland av, Piedmont 
Baker Silas H., farmer, res 482 Twenty -fifth 
Baker Thomas, laborer, res 552 Broadway 
Baker Thomas P., compositor, res 713 Center 
Baker Victor, res 677 East Central av 
Baker William, mining, res 1123 Eleventh av 
Baker William W., compositor City Itemizer, res 718 Web- 
ster 
Baker William W., laborer, res 718 Webster 
Baker — , merchant, res Overland House 



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110 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Baldrick Sarah, domestic 1165 West 

Baldwin Addison S., artist (S. F.) res Centennial House 

BALDWIN ALEXANDER, proprietor Sunnyside House, 

SW cor Harrison and Thirteenth 
Baldwin Chas. F,, dairyman, SW cor East 14th and Liese av 
Baldwin Lloyd, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res W s Lee nr Ver- 
non av 
Baldwin M. A. Mrs., res Blake House 
Baldy A. J., clerk, res 1559 Broadway 
Baldy Oscar C. veterinary surgeon and boarding and livery 

stable, 1366-1368 Broadway, res 1559 Broadway 
Balemi John, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res Amador 

Hotel 
Balemi Kocc, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res Amador 

Hotel 
Baliran Jean (Longe & Baliran) res 617 Broadway 
Ball Charles H., engineer C. P. E. R., res 1714 Lincoln 
Ball Francis, res 1261 Clay 
Ball Horace W., chief clerk C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res 1710 

Lincoln 
Ball John A., mechanical engineer, res 1459 Grove 
Ball Nicholas A., salesman S. E. Weston, res 1261 Clay 
Ball Thomas M., compositor Daily Times, res 1261 Clay 
Ballantyne Catharine Miss, res 1161 Franklin 
Ballantyue William, house and sign painter, 1161 Franklin 
Ballantyne William Jr., painter William Ballantyne, res 616 

Sixth 
Ballard Fred. P., clerk C. P. E. E., res 1006 Chester 
Ballard George, machine hand C. P. E. E., res 1504 Eighth 
Ballard James W., constable, 864 Broadway, res 942 Wood 
Ballard Laura A. Miss, res 1268 Fifth av 
Ballard Samson K., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1268 Fifth av 
Ballogh George, salesman, res 365 Ninth 
Balmforth Ealph, produce, store and res 535 Sixteenth 
Balzer John, shoemaker, 713 Broadway 
Bamber John, res 1355 Franklin 
Bamford William, physician, 657 East Central av, res 621 

East 15th 
Bangle Alice E. Mrs., furnished rooms, 1214 Tenth av 
Bangle Bransom, house painter, res 1278 Tenth av 
Bangle Ed-ward, carriage painter Northey & Wagar, res 1352 

Sixth av 
Bangle Phoebe, widow, res 1278 Tenth av 
Bangs Frank, clerk (S. F.) res 1307 Castro 
Bankhead & Sons (David B., M. E. and J. W. Bankhead) 

auctioneers, 811 Broadway 



^ P I AIINHRY Lace Curtains, Blankets and Flannels, a Specialty. 



Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



IHHiiSCEIIM, 




Market St., San Francisco. 



MUSIC DEPARTMENT of A. L. BANCROFT,* CO. 



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Sheet Music, IVIusic Books, Etc. 

As well as the usual Music Store Supplies of 
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE ^nd MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 



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•'■ A. L. BANCROFT & COMPANY. 

Pulilishere, Manufacturprs, Inipoiter<i ami Wliulesale and Retail Dealers In 

Books, Stationery, Pianos, Music, Etc, 

ALSO, 

Printers, Lithographers, Engravers and Binders. 



establishmcr 
theological 1 
two hundred 

and the legal blanks- 



The most complete business of its kind in the country. It is thoroughly systematized and divided 
into departments— each being in charge of a competent Manager— as mentioned below. 
" . >.-i>nitmeut. Headquarters located on the first floor. All business connected 

with the wholesale and jobbing trade is referred to it. The immense stock of Stationery in all its 
branches, occupying; portions of three floors, is under its management. 
- >:. ■^l>'i'"t>"<^"l- On the first floor. Whatever is for sale in this entire 

ed at retail in this department. The miscellaneous, scientific, medical and 
l\- under its supervision. All are thoroughly classified, there being nearly 
ulidivisions, embracing every prominent subject of reference. 
On the first floor. It embraces the law books— over one hundred volumes : 
over 1500— published by the firm; and a very large and complete stock of text- 
books and reports imported from the East and Great Britain. 
1 JidiMsitioiKil t>ei>artiueiit. On the first floor. It includes such school books and school 
stationery as are published and manufactured by the firm, and an immense stock of school books, 
&100I apparatus and school furniture imported from the East. The main stock is stored in deep 
al&o^'e-s extending along nearly one entire side of the basement. 

Hatilv and Ofticial Department. Printing, Lithographing, Engraving and Blank Book 
Manufacturing, especially for Banks and Public Officers. Also, the best qualities of Stationery for their 
use always in stock in quantities. 

Music I>epartinont. Embraces several lines of pianos, square and upright, and a large variety 
of cabinet organs and melodeons. Also a fine stock o( sheet music and music books. Latest music 
periodicals kept on file for free reference. 

^uh-,. riptioii r. ' On the second floor. The firm has the agency for the best and 

most popular subscription books, maps and pictures published in the East and has a large corps of sub- 
agents constantly in the field in every part of the coast. Agents wanted. 

I'iiiiliu- iinii \:- _ :, ; 11 ..; L>fii;irtiiienl. This department occupies the entire third 
floor, and has the necessary steam presses and machinery for executing all kinds of printing, Litlio- 
graphing, engraving, initial stamping, etc. 

lUaiik Bo ik ^laiuii^u-l 111 inj^ Depart iii«nt. Occupies the entire fourth floor, 75 by 170; 
contains the most complete set of machinery for ruling, folding, binding and manufacturing blank 
books to be found on the Pacific Coast. The machinery of the prinnng and binding departments is 
propelled by an engine and boiler located under the Stevenson Street sidewalk. 

Piihlishii.-, ix ])artiij<>iit. Bancroft's Historical Library, on the fifth floor, is the basis of 
important scientific and descriptive works of a \ocA nature, and maps and books of reference relating 
to the Pacific Coast, to be issued by the firm from time to lime. 

The stock of merchandise and manufactures comprised in the above Pepartments is the most 
complete and varied of any single establishment in this line of business to be found in any country 
in the world. Special lines of goods and special features of the business are mentioned below. • 



;' 'American Decisions. 

. Agents for A. H. Andrews &' Co., Manufacturers 
" of the Celebrated Triumph School Furniture. 

' Agents for the Celebrated Knabe Pianos, 

Agents for the N. I '. Silicate Book Slate Co. 
\ Agents for the Oiuen Paper Co. 

Agents for the Prince Organs, ort<er 54,000 of 
ivhich are nozv in use. 

■ Agents for the 'J ype Writer. 

Bank ami Counting House Stationers. 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Blanks and Books for County Officials to order. 
' Bookbiiiders 

Book and Job Printers. 

Copper Plate Printers, 
; Die Sinkers. 
S Encyclopedia Br it a nnica. 

■ Engravers on Copper, Steel and Stone. 
'' Paskionnble Stationers. 

' General Agents f 09- Subscrif>iion Books. Maps, etc. 
, Importers of foreign Stationery. 
Jri-ing Pianos. 

■ Initial Stampings 

Labels designed, engraved and printed in any 
desired combination of colors. 



nping. 



Law Blank Publishers. 

Law Book Publishers and Importe: 

Lithographers. 

Law Blanks printed to order. 

Lithographic Printers. 

Laiv Stationery. 

Medical Books and Periodicals. 

Monogram Engraving and Siai 

Music Books and Sheet Music. 

Paper Rulers. 

J'iano^ and Organs. 

Prince Cabinet Organs. 

Publishers. 

Publishers of most of the Pacific Coast Law Books. 

Printers. 

School Apparatus and Stationery, 

School Books at wholesale and retail. 

.Seal Cutters. 

Sheet Music. 

Subscription Books, Maps, etc. 

Sunday. School Books. 

Visiting Cards engraved and printed . 

IVedditig Cards and Invitations. 

IVholesale and Retail Booksellers and Stationers. 

IVriting Cards. 



A. L. Bancroft & Co., 

721 Market St., San Francisco. 



J. S. G. Gordon, agenT for Napa Soda Springs, 365 Tenth Street. 



OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. Ill 

Bankhead David B. (Bankhead & Sons) res 752 Castro 
Bankhead Hugh (Hugh Bankhead & Co.) res 1358 Brush 
Bankhead Hugh & Co. (Hugh Bankhead and D. Weider) 
secondhand furniture and auctioneers, 917 Washington 
Bankhead Jane, widow, res 752 Castro 
Bankhead John W. (Bankhead & Sons) res 710 Fourth 
Bankhead Malcolm R. (Bankhead & Sons) res 752 Castro 
Banks Charles W., clerk Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F.) res 

2253 Telegraph av 
Banks Henry D., switchman C. P. R. R., res 1719 Lin- 
coln 
Banks John W., cook Burns & Jensen, res 1805 Webster 
Banks William, seaman, res 1670 Atlantic 
Bannister Alfred (Starr & Co.) res 1404 Harrison 
Baptis John H., gold penmaker (S. F.) res 1119 Poplar 
Baptist Antoine, seaman, res West End Hotel 
Baptist M. J., sister superior, principal Convent of Our 

Lady of the Sacred Heart, 1534 Webster 
Baptiste John, laborer Mills' Seminary 
Baramia Jean, porter Woodward & Taggart, res 675 Tenth 
BARBAGELATA F. & CO. (Frank Barbagelata) hardware, 

crockery, glassware, etc., 1070 Broadway 
Barbagelata Frank (F. Barbagelata & Co.) res 606 Third 
Barbagelata Oscar, student Oakland Business College, res 

606 Third 
Barber E.T., physician and surgeon, office 6-7 Kohler- 

Chase House 
Barber Matthew O., farmer, res SE cor Clifton and Sec- 
ond av 
Barber Orson S., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 818 Brush 
Barber Orson S. Mrs., dressmaker, res 818 Brush 
Barbour James H. K., calker, res 173 Eighth 
Barcka J. B., physician, office and res 731 Chester 
Bareilles Catherine Miss, laundress Alfred Berard, res East 

14th nr Twenty-fifth av 
Bargmann Frederick, farmer, res 857 Chester 
Barham John A., attorney -at-law (S. F.) res 369 East 11th 
Barker Alfred Z. T., painter, shop and res 1712 Seventh 
Barker Charles R., engineer, r. 2217 Chestnut 
Barker Frank, res 1267 West 
Barker Jane, domestic 120 East 14th 
Barker John P., bookkeeper Charles L. Taylor, res 504 

Fifteenth 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 462 Prospect 
Barker Lucy, widow, res 513 Sixth 
Barkhaus Frederick, carpenter, r. 653 Seventh 



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GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Market St, S. F, INTERIOR DECORATOR. 



112 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Barli Alexander, restaurant and liquor saloon, E s Telegraph 
av nr Forty-nintli, Temescal 

Barlow Albert, driver Whitney & Go's Express, res 516 
Eighth 

Barlow Charles, workman U. S. Mint (S. F.) res NichoU 
House 

Barlow John, horseshoer Patrick Kelleher, r. 1G8 Seventh 

BARNARD F. & CO. (Frank Barnard and H. Yoor- 
man) wood and coal, SE cor Second and Webster, 
office NW cor Eighth and Franklin 

Barnard Frank (F. Barnard & Co.) res S. F. 

Barnard John, r. 681 East 32nd, Lynn 

BARNARD W. E. & CO. (W. E. Barnard) real estate 
brokers, commission merchants and auctioneers, 1315 
Broadway and 1314 Telegraph av 

Barnard William E. (W. E. Barnard & Co.) res 1320 Tele- 
graph av 

Barnes Annie Miss, matron Homoeopathic Hospital, 864 
Nineteenth 

Barnes Brothers & Gedge (Henry W. and Douglas G. 
Barnes and William K. Gedge) proprietors East Oak- 
land Planing Mills, cor East Central and Fourteenth avs 

Barnes Douglas G. (Barnes Brothers & Gedge) res South 
Vallejo 

Barnes George, teamster, res Golden Gate Hotel, Butcher- 
town 

Barnes George R., sash and blindmaker East Oakland Plan- 
ing Mills, res Union Hotel 

Barnes Henry W. (Barnes Brothers & Gedge) res 562 East 
14tli 

Barnes Lizzie Miss, res 524 Thirteenth 

Barnes R. Lea, bookkeeper Bank of British Columbia (S. 
F.) res 924 Filbert 

Barnes Thomas, hostler, res 662 Adeline 

Barnet John, policeman, res 523 Eighth 

Barnett Edward, dry and fancy goods, 835 Broadway, res 
370 Fifth 

Barnett John, harness cleaner, res 470 Seventh 

Barnett Rufus P., superintendent dredgers C. P. R. R., res 
4 Pearson's Row 

Barney John N., carpenter, res 1723 Filbert 

Barney T. V. Mrs., res 483 Merrimac 

Barnhardt George, assistant foreman Pacific Improvement 
Co., res N s Seventh nr Pine 

Barnhisel Charles F., clerk Finch & Barnhisel, res 735 
Center 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 113 o* 

Barnliisel Henry S., res 735 Center 

Barnbisel Samuel H. (Finch & Barnliisel) res 735 Center 

Barnstead Adeline D. Mrs., res 1782 Goss 

Barnum Charles, fireman C. P. K. E. 

Barnum Restaurant, Pagge Brothers proprietors, SE cor 
Seventh and Broadway 

Baron P., teacher miisic, res 360 Fifth 

Barr Thomas, res 523 Thirty-sixth 

Barrere L., teamster Contra Costa Laundry 

Barrett Abraham, boots and shoes, 1251 Telegraph av, res 
570 Fifteenth 

Barrett Alexander, butcher, res 1777 William 

Barrett Charles K., res 1961 Grove 

Barrett Cornelia E. Miss, res 459 Twenty-second 

Barrett D. W., deputy constable, 864 Broadway 

Barrett George, student Oakland Business College 

Barrett George H., real estate, res 1027 Eighth 

Barrett John, carpenter C. P. R. R., res N s Chase bet 
Wood and Willow 

Barrett John, laborer Leon Trelut, res 671 East 17th 

Barrett John T., clerk T. R. Burns, res 516 Fifth 

Barrett Mary, widow, res 1633 Myrtle 

Barrett Mary C, widow, res 798 Jeflerson 

Barrett Patrick, butcher, res 516 Fifth 

Barrett William, foreman Fashion Stable, res Bartlett House 

Barrett — , gardener 554 East 18th 

Barringer Peter H., chemist, res SW cor First and Jefferson 

Barringer William, carpenter, res SW cor First and Jeffer- 
son 

Barris C. C. Mrs., res 1165 Washington 

Barrucci Assunta, domestic David Hewes, res 1218 Oak 

Barry David, carriage painter M.W. Allen, res 1009 Franklin 

Barry David, farmer N s Alcatraz av nr Humboldt av 

Barry David, gardener, res 1022 West 

Barry Edward, stockbroker (S. F.) res 1370 Franklin . 

Barry John, farmer, res 873 Peralta 

Barry John, laborer, rest 1022 West 

Barry John J., carriage painter M.W. Allen, res 1009 Frank- 
lin 

Barry Joseph, laborer, res N s Fifth bet Washington and 
Broadway 

Barry Michael, deckhand stmr Capital 

Barry Patrick, baggagemaster Oakland Wharf, res 818 Lin- 
den 

Barry Patrick H., carriage painter Northey & Wagar, res 
1053 Thirteenth av 



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114 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Barry Kichard, butcher, res 1380 Eighteenth 
Barry William, gardener, res 1415 Ninth 
BARSTOW & GARBER (Anson Barstow and Michael C. 
Garber) flour, hay, grain, wood and coal, SE cor Thir- 
teenth and Franklin 
Barstow Alfred, attorney-at-law (S. E.) res 1018 Eighteenth 
Barstow A. M. Miss, res 1322 Harrison 
Barstow Anson (Barstow & Garber) res cor Central av and 

Broadway 
Barstow David P., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1409 Market 
Bai-tels Charles, barber, 457 Seventh, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Henry (Opitz & Bartels) res 561 Fifth 
Bartels William, upholsterer Chris. Schreiber, res 175 Eighth 
BARTER GEORGE W., editor and publisher Brooklyn 

Yidette, res NE cor East 14th and Thirteenth av 
Bartholomew Ellen M. Mrs., teacher Swett School, res 772 

Eleventh 
Bartholomew George, horsetrainer, res 517 East 14th 
Bartlett Alice Miss, with Pacific Press, res cor Central av 

and Castro 
Bartlett Edwin E., engineer C. P. K. E., res 1725 William 
Bartlett George C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1110 Myrtle 
Bartlett House, Mrs. Harriet A. Meacham proprietress, 

471-473 Seventh 
Bartlett Pliny (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res 1311 Franklin 
Bartlett William C, editor Daily Evening Bulletin (S. F.) 

res 477 Prospect 
Bartlett William S., cashier National Gold Bank and Trust 

Co. (S. F.) res 1218 Oak 
Bartling Clara Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 719 Four- 
teenth 
Bartling Florence, student University 

Bartling William (Bartling & Kimball, S. F.) res 719 Four- 
teenth 
Bartlow ('harles, gardener J. M. Dawley, res cor Fruit Vale 

av and Hoy^kins 
Barton Carrie Mrs., res 1455 Broadway 
Bashford Coles Mrs., res 710 Fourteenth 
Basnett John D., salesman Wm. Dick & Co., res 365 Ninth 
Basque Benoit, laundryman Chevanton & Calou, res 1916 

San Pablo av 
Bassett Alonzo, stonecutter, res 809 Thirteenth 
Bassett Augustus S., painter C. P. E. E., res 835 Willow ' 
Bassett Frank, res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 14th 
Bassett Gabriel, gardener H. Eemillard 
Bassett Henry D., clerk (S. F.) res 1161 Campbell 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 115 

Bassett James C, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 808 

Twenty-second 
Bassett James M„ publisher Golden Era (S. F.) res 1321 

Eighth 
Bassett Joseph, produce merchant (S. F.) res W s Fruit 

Vale av nr East 14th 
Bassett Philip C, carpenter, res 1503 Seventh av 
Bassett William H., clerk (S. F.) res 1161 Campbell 
Bassler John H., res 1418 Ninth 

Bastian Carl, salesman H. 0. Taft & Co., res 1363 Har- 
rison 
Bastian Frederick, blacksmith, res 1716 Eighth 
Batcheldar David F., res 712 Third 
Batchelder A. H., salesman (S. F.) res 1376 Franklin 
Batchelder Eliza Mrs., dressmaker, 1363 Telegraph av 
Batchelder James, engineer C. P. E. K., res 1053 Ninth av 
Batchelder T. Mrs., widow, res 1329 Harrison 
Batchelder William F. (Madsen & Batchelder) res 1277 San 

Pablo av 
Batchelder William K., carpenter, res 1363 Telegraph av 
Bates A. S. Mrs., res S s Second av nr College av 
BATES BENNETT R., manager Western Union Telegraph 
Co. and superintendent American District Telegraph 
Co., 1002 Broadway 
Bates Charles D., superintendent Alameda Macadamizing 

Co., res 1273 Fifth av 
Bates Cicero M., physician and surgeon, ofl&ce 911 Broad- 
way, res 1132 Filbert 
Bates Ephraim J., contractor, res 451 B 
Bates Frank L., engineer C. P. K. E., res 1718 Eighth 
Bates Frederick, res 1132 Filbert 
Bates Laura Mrs., res 1312 Twelfth av 
Bates L. M. Mrs., res 409 J Central av 
Bates Walter, medical student, res 1132 Filbert 
Bander Christian, saloon, Es Telegraph av nr Birch, res Ns 

Forty-sixth nr Shattuck av, Temescal 
Baudiu John P., carpenter, res 610 Fifth 
Bauer Christian, liquor saloon, 1412 Broadway 
Bauerle Charles, waiter Johnson & Olsen 
Bauerie John, carpenter, res 755 Grove 
Bauman John, carpenter, res 1007 Fifth 
Baumont A., cook M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Baxley George W.,' farmer, res 125 Third 
Baxley John W., laborer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 1955 

Union 
Baxley William T., farmer, res 125 Third 



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116 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Baxter Alexander, washer A. W. Way, res 607 East 14th 
Baxter Elery E., blacksmith S. S. Dunmire, res N s Six- 
teenth nr Center 
Baxter Hawley W., manager San Francisco Trade Protect- 

tion Association, res 1230 Adeline 
Baxter John, laborer, res 670 Broadway 
Baxter John B., res 1414 Sixteenth 
Baxter William S., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1419 Myrtle 
Bay and Coast Telegraph Co., Kalph Emerson agent, NE 

cor Broadway and Thirteenth 
Bay District School, Edward P. Smith principal, E s San 

Pablo av nr Alcatraz av, Temescal 
Bay Harmen, farmer, res 1117 Castro 
Bay House, NW cor Eighth and Washington 
BAY NURSERY, James Hutchison proprietor, NE cor 

Telegraph av and Twenty-sixth 
Bayless Margaret Mrs., employment office, 1245 Broadway 
Bayless William F., clerk, res 1245 Broadway 
Bayley Charles H., photographer, res 220 Center 
Bayley George B., clerk Nevada Bank (S.F.) res 1307 Castro 
Baylis Joseph, groceries and liquors, 873 Lydia 
Beach C. W., manager California Paint Co. (S. F.) res 1361 

Thirteenth av 
Beach George A., res Sunnyside House 
Beach Henry H., bookkeeper Wellman, Peck & Co. (S. F.) 

res 224 Ninth 
BEACH JOSEPH G., produce and commission agent, 816 

Broadway, res 157 Sixth 
Beach Sarah S. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1467 

San Pablo av 
Beagle Calphurnia Mrs., res 529 Seventeenth 
Beakley Henry, laborer J. Lusk & Co., res S s Forty-fifth, 

nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Beal Moses H., carpenter, res 1380 Broadway 
Beal Rufus, carpenter and builder, res 1065 Willow 
Beal William B., merchandise broker, res E s TweKth av 

bet East 14th and East 15th 
Beale Annie E., student University 
Beale J. Fletcher, clerk Fish & Co.', res 2204 Market 
Beale William T., clerk Alameda County Ice Co., res E s 

Lee nr Vernon av 
Beals Ezra S., with Garland Sewer Trap Manufacturing Co., 

res 1901 Broadway 
Beam I. Willard, salesman California Wire Works (S. F.) 

res 1113 Jefferson 
Beam Joel M., cook, res 1631 Market 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 117 

Bean Alplionzo G. , plasterer, res W s Lake av nr Chambers 

Bean Archibald, carpenter, res 655 Madison 

Bean Frankie Miss, res 1262 Webster 

Bean George, wood worker James Gowanlock, res SE cor 
Fourth and Webster 

Bear Uriah A., switchman C. P. E. R., res 649 Campbell 

Bearch Phillip, barber, res 473 Twentj-first 

Beard A. Mrs., res 520 Eighth 

Beard Addie, domestic 125 East Central av 

Beard Eliza, widow, res 1505 Tenth av 

Beard Thomas, chicken ranch Sather Tract nr Indian Gulch 

Beard — , compositor Pacific Press, res 520 Eighth 

BEARDSLEY & LLOYD (J. S. Beardsley and Charles E. 
Lloyd) real estate agents, 1007 Broadway 

Beardsley James S. (Beardsley & Lloyd) res 1262 Market 

Beatty William, clerk, res 827 Harrison , 

Beatty William, groceries and provisions, 783 Central av 

Beaucanio Antone, laborer C. P. E. E., res C. P. Eailroad 
House 

Beaudet Theophile, wagon maker and extraman Engine Co. 
No. 3, res 1685 Eighth 

BEAUDRY & MeAVOY (L. M. Beaudry and Henry J. 
McAvoy) undertakers, 873 Washington 

Beaudry L. M. (Beaudry & McAvoy) res San Pablo av Sta- 
tion 

Bechdel Nelson A., foreman C. P. E. E., res 1723 Eighth 

Becht Emma Miss, res 1108 Webster 

Becht George J., deckhand S. P. C. E. E., res 1168 Web- 
ster 

Becht Joseph (Selna & Becht) res 1168 Webster 

Becht Mar}', widow, res 1168 Webster 

Beck Eugene B. (Jones & Co., S. F.) res 318 East 17th 

Beck Eobert, freight clerk C. P. E. E. Oakland Wharf, res 
S. F. 

Beck Thomas, gardener, res 1007 Fourteenth 

Beck Walter F., clerk First National Gold Bank (S. F.) res 
512 Charter 

Beck William, printer, res 315 Second 

Beck — , res Washington Hotel 

Becker Charles, teamster, res 1210 Twenty-eighth 

Becker Fred. (Marquardsen & Becker) res 660 Fourth 

Becker William, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res 1107 Twenty- 
second av 

Beckett Fred. A., druggist E. P. Sanford, res 957 Grove 

Beckett Frederick G., clerk (S. F.) res 95/ Grove 

Beckett J. W., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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118 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Beckmann Frederick, cabinetmaker Eyan & Mellor, res 502 

Twentj'-fourtli 
Beckwith Leonidas F., printer Tribune Publishing Co., res 

1377 Sixteenth 
Beebe Charles W. (K. J. Trumbull & Co., S. F.) res 916 

Myrtle 
Beebe Edward, driver Kohler & Chase, res SW cor Eleventh 

and Washington 
Beebe James, farmer, res N s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Beebe Mary E. Miss, teacher music, res N s Cleveland av 

nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Beebe Kobert J., foreman James Lentell, res E s Telegraph 

av nr Weston av, Temescal 
Beebe Seth, farmer, res 682 Sycamore 
Beel Brotljers (Philip S. and M. S, Beel) dry and fancy 

goods, boots, shoes, etc., 1005 Broadway 
Beel Martin S. (Beel Brothers) res 956 Franklin 
Beel Philip S. (Beel Brothers) res 378 Ninth 
Beel Regina, widow, res 378 Ninth 

Beel Sigmund S., salesman Beel Brothers, res 378 Ninth 
Beeman William A., waiter S. Ellingsworth, res S. F. 
Beeson W. E. Mrs., milliner, res 565 Seventeenth 
Beeson William E., groceries and produce, 1263 San Pablo 

av, res 565 Seventeenth 
Beggs John, laborer, res 1808 Grove 
Behlow William, upholsterer (S. F.) res W s San Pablo av 

nr R. R. station 
Behrmann Claus, teamster Fisher & Taylor, res S s Forty- 
sixth nr Shattuck av, Temescal 
Bel Alphonse, teacher, res 572 Tenth 
Belcher Frederick P., drayman (S. F.) res 1143 Myrtle 
Belcher Gilbert L., salesman (S. F.) res 1143 Myrtle 
Belden Charles A. (W. W. Montague & Co.) res 1155 

Jackson 
Belden Claude L., barber, res 1324 Central av 
Belden Edward E., real estate, res 1324 Central av 
Belden Edwin S., phonographic reporter Supreme Court of 

California, res E s Telegraph av opp Fortieth 
Belden Frank, law student, res 1324 Central av 
Belden Frank E., printer, res 658 Sycamore 
Belden Henry K., insurance agent (S. F.) res John nr Web- 
ster 
Belden Richard A,, res 1324 Central av 
Belden Thomas I., carpenter, res 671 Sixth 
Belgarde Marguerite, domestic 1206 Seventh 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 1 19 

Belile Henry, stableman Contra Costa Water Co., res St. 

Louis House 
Belinge Stephen, carpenter, res 715 Sixth 
Bell Carrie Mrs., res 535 Knox PI 
Bell Charles H., res 1378 Fifteenth 
Bell George, furnaceman Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 

Co., res Nelson House, Melrose 
Bell George ^Y., porter, res 1013 Fifth 
Bell Hugli J., carpenter, res 1014 Twenty -fourth 
Bell John, capitalist, res Seventh Street House 
Bell Robert, distributor Contra Costa Laundry 
BELL ROBERT E., druggist, junction Broadway and Tele- 
graph av, res Bellevue House 
Bell Samuel, clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service (S. F.) res 

1412 Brush 
BELL TELEPHONE CO., B. R. Bates superintendent, 1002 

Broad wa}' 
Bell Thomas G., carpenter, res 1018 Twenty-fourth 
Bell William S., miner, res 802 Myrtle 
Bellars W. T., carpetlayer, res 516 Ninth 
Bellevue House. Mrs. R. T. Reynolds proprietress, junction 

Broadway and Telegraph av 
Bellingall Peter W., custom house broker (S. F.) res 1415 

Filbert 
Belloir Peter, conductor C. P. R. R. 

Belrose Louis, cardriver, res E s San Pablo av nr Thirty- 
sixth, Temescal 
Belton Owen, teamster, res S s East 17th bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth avs 
Bemis Orlando, Central Market, 479 East Central av, res 

1214 Tenth av 
Bemmella Morris, baker New York Bakery, res Hartman 

House 
Bemmerley Nettie Miss, res 489 Orchard 
Benbow John W., painter, res 836 Clay 
BENDEL HERMANN (Tillmann & Bendel) res NE cor 

Third and Alice 
Bender Maximillian F., teacher languages and drawing Mc- 

Ciure's Academy, res 1718 Telegraph av 
Bendetti Louis, laborer, res 657 Myrtle 
BENEDICT, CAPELL & LOGAN (Newton Benedict, Jas. 

R. Capell and O. C. Logan) real estate agents, 457 Ninth 
Benedict M. P. Mrs., widow, res 1931 Grove 
Benedict Newton (Benedict, Capell k Logan) and notary 

public, 457 Ninth, res 680 Thirty-fourth 
Benetta Eugenio, bartender G. Preda 



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120 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Benfield Conrad, master mariner, res 1559 Seventh 
Benham Azel M., music dealer (S. F.) res 524 Thirteenth 
Benham John A., contractor and builder, res 1638 Tele- 
graph av 
Benjamin C. J., clerk C. P. E. K., res 804 Twelfth 
Benner Frederick M., melter and refiner U. S. Mint (S. F.) 

res 777 Sixteenth 
Bennet Thomas, insurance agent (S. F.) res 1267 Webster 
Bennett Ada Miss, res 1061 Grove 
Bennett Alfred E., carpenter (S. F.) r. 203 Third 
Bennett Amanda, widow, res 685 Twenty-fifth 
Bennett Charles, dealer junk, res 653 Jackson 
Bennett Charles D., cashier (S. F.) res 1239 Linden 
Bennett E. A. Mrs., embroiderer, res 1254 San Pablo av 
Bennett F. H. Mrs., widow, res 174 Sixth 
Bennett Florence, domestic S. M. Babbitt 1954 Webster 
Bennett George, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 
Bennett Herbert W-, professor music, res 1267 Clay 
Bennett J. Mrs., res Somerset House 
Bennett James, laborer, res 614 Franklin 
Bennett Judson W., carpenter, res 710 Seventh 
Bennett Martin, mining, res Somerset House 
Bennett M. E. Mrs., 1061 Grove 
Bennett Orville D., machinehand Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

556 Third 
Bennett Robert, waiter, res 454 Eleventh 
Bennett Robert H., grain merchant (S. F.) res W s Julia 

nr East 14th 
Bennisou Andrew B. (E. D. Black & Co.) res 856 Brush 
Bennison Edward, res 856 Brush 
Bennison George E., mining, res 856 Brush 
Bennison Lizzie R., teacher, res 856 Brush 
Bennison Marion B. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar 

School, res 856 Brush 
Bennison William E., salesman, res 856 Brush 
Benoit Pierre, capitalist, res 567 Second 
Bensan John J., brickmason, res 1314 Fifth av 
Benson Frederick, shoemaker F. Henninger, res 1309 San 

Pablo av • 

Benson Henry A., farmer, res 956 Central av 
Benson John A., U. S. Goverment Survey, res Seminary av 

nr Mills' Seminary 
Benson Julia Miss, dressmaker, res 1007 Campbell 
Benter Amelia, widow, res 229 Hannah 
Benter Henry, fringemaker (S. F.) res 229 Hannah 
Benter John, fringemaker (S. F.) res 229 Hannah 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 121 

Bentley Frank S., salesman W. B. Hardy, res -iO-l Cen- 
tral av 

Bentley J. S. Mrs., principal Broadway and Twenty-fifth 
Street Primary School, res Kohler-Chase House 

Bentley L. E. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 
1169 Tenth ay 

Bentley Margaret A., widow, res 663 Ninth 

Bentley M. W. Mrs., teacher harp, res 101 Central ay ^ 

Bentley Pvobert, packer J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare "" 
mont ay and Clifton, Temescal 

Bentley William E. (Bentley <fe Wyman, S. F.) res Kohler 
Chase House 



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BENTON J. A. Rev., D. D., professor Pacific Theological j^ 

Seminary, res 137 Hawthorne ^ 

Benton John Eliot, res 533 Sixteenth § 

Benton M. P. Mrs., artist, res 533 Sixteenth | ^ 

Benzon August F., bookkeeper (S. F. ) res 1718 Thirteenth j ^^ 

Berard Alfred, French laundry, East 11th nr Twenty-fifth ay 

Berdan George, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 833 Campbell 

Berdan John O., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 833 CampbeU 

Beregoy James L., miller, res N s Seyenth nr Pine 

Beretta Guglielmo, restaurant, res 1723 Seward 

Berg Frank, real estate, res Kohler-Chase House 

Berg Maurice A. (Lutz A: Berof) res 1625 Taylor ^ 

Berger Jacob, gardener J. M. Dawley, res cor Fruit Vale av §- 

and Hopkins ' g- 

I BERGER LOUIS P., jeweler and watchmaker. 967 Broad- ^ 

I """ay, res 1362 Seyenth i ^ 

j Bergin Dennis, carpenter, res 1451 Linden I W 

Bergin Eugenie Miss, substitute teacher public schools, res t^ 

I S. F. _ §■ 

j Bergin Joseph P., collector J. Homer Fritch, res 1151 ^ 

I Linden g 

j Berit Jules, fish peddler, res 116 Second *§ 

I Berit Peter, dealer poultry, res 121 Second g 

i Berkeley Laundry, Charles Partenscky proprietor, 1368-1370 g 

Twelfth, office 157 Seyenth j f^ 

Berkeumeyer Anthony, sausagemaker, res 967 East Cen- ^ 

tral ay o. 

Berlin Charles, agent, res 1266 Center ^ 

Berlin-Cologne Insurance Co. (fire, of Berlin) E. A. Heron o 

agent, 122 Central ay ^' 

Bermingham Thomas, carpenter, res N s Forty-second nr B 

Telegraph ay, Temescal 
Bernamayou Peter, vegetable pedlar, res X s East 14th nr 
Twenty-sixth ay 



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122 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Bernard O. Albert, attoraey-at-law (S. F.) res 1410 Tenth 
Bernard W. Robert, salesman (S. F.) res 1410 Tenth 
Bernstein & Co. (Abram and Henry Bernstein and Henry C. 
Weiner) clothing, trunks and gent's furnishing goods, 
869 Broadway 
Bernstein Abram (Bernstein & Co.) res 316 Ninth 
Bernstein Edward, dry and fancy goods, 917 Broadway, res 

1018 Jefferson 
Bernstein Frederick E., clerk E. Bernstein, res 1018 Jeffer- 
son 
Bernstein Henry (Bernstein & Co.) res 316 Ninth 
Berringer William, hay and grain, 911 Third 
Berry Caroline E., widow, res 463 Twentieth 
Berry David W., saddle and harness maker and saloon, S s 

Eighth nr Broadway, res SE cor First and Broadway 
Berry Edwin W., printer (S. F.) res 1766 Division 
Berry Henry V., deputy constable, res 1317 Harrison 
Berry John, carpenter, res 1608 William 
Berry Langford G., clerk (S. F.) res 617 Eighth 
Berry L. G. Mrs., res 617 Eighth 
Berry Patrick, collector package freight Oakland Ferry (S. 

S.) res 818 Linden 
Berry Thomas, clerk, res Overland House 
Berry William L., printer, res 1766 Division 
Berry AVilliam O. M. (Berry & Place, S. F.) res 938 Filbert 
Berry William, carpenter, res 950 Wood 
Berta Achille, cook John Marques, res 508 Seventh 
Bertholet Benoit, marble cutter Jeremiah O'Connor, res Al- 
ameda 
Besancon Eugene, shoemaker I. Alexander, res 515 Sixth 
Beseizza George, restaurant, 1516 Seventh, res 856 Henry 
Betancue Joseph F., carpenter, res 487 Twenty-sixth 
Betancue Joseph P. , photographer, res 605 Seventeenth 
Betancue Lizzie C, teacher Durant School, res 487 Twenty- 
sixth 
Bettman J. J. Mrs., millinery, 1000 Broadway, res 513 Tenth 
Bettman Joseph J., broker (S. F.) res 513 Tenth 
Betts Joseph, agent C. P. R. R. Market-st Station foot of 

Market, res 718 Second 
Betts Orrington, carpenter, res 1619 Market 
Betts William M., manufacturer carriage springs (S. F.) res 

1124 Myrtle 
Betz Albert, clerk, res 852 Franklin 
Betz Henry, laborer, res 724 Myrtle 

Betz Phillip, liquor saloon, NE cor Franklin and Seventh 
Betz Thomas, plumber, res 724 Myrtle 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 123 

Beverton Samuel, hardware and crockery, 471 Ninth, res 522 

Eighth 
Beyer Andreas, coachman Francis Blake, 1867 Telegraph av 
Beyer Anthony, contractor and builder, N s Durant bet Tel- 
egraph av and Broadway 
Beyer William E. C., liquors (S. F.) res 1218 Fourteenth 
Biber Mrs,, res S s Linden bet Telegraph avand Broad- 
way, Temescal 
Bice John W., teacher University, res E s Dana nr D wight 

way, Temescal 
Bidache & Bonnemazou (Pierre Bidache and Jean Bonne- 

mazou) French bakery, 912 Franklin 
Bidache Pierre (Bidache & Bonnemazou) res 912 Franklin 
Biddolph Ada, domestic C Meade, 325 Ninth 
Bidwell H. C. Mrs., res 1235 Broadway 
Bidwell H. E. Mrs., res 947 Willow 
Bieler Frank, liquor saloon, 809 East 14th 
Bierce Albert S., employee U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 230 Cen- 
tral av 
BIGEL.OW ELIJAH, real estate agent, 1008 Broadway, res 

1155 Brush 
Bigelow Henry A., gardener Hermann Bendel, NE cor Third 

and Alice 
Bigelow H. H., res 1326 Fourth av 

BIGELOW THEODORE B., real estate agent, 1008 Broad- 
way, res 1157 Jefferson 
Bignami Luigi, res 566 Charter 
Billings Charles, painter, res 1407 Eighteenth 
Billings Frank, engineer C. P. R. R., res 8 Pearson's Bow 
Billington Isaac F., car driver Oakland R. E., res W s Shat- 

tuck av opp Forty-ninth, Temescal 
Bills R. A. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 1019 

Oak 
Biltz Frederick R., piano tuner and repairer Zeno Mauvais, 

420 Central av, res 559 Seventh 
Bingham E. D. Mrs., widow, res 2253 Telegraph av 
Bingley Richard C, mining, res 854 Adeline 
Bird Michael, grain weigher (S. F.) res 254 Fifth 
Birmingham Edward J., watchman, res 1723 Linden 
Birnie Robert, translator and interpreter, res 270 Seventh 
Birrell Andrew, real estate, res 515 East Fifteenth 
Bisbey Frank, driver William W. McKenzie, res 419 Sec- 
ond 
Bisbey John, driver Edward A. Brown, res 418 Seventh 
Bishop Amasa W., clerk U. S, Custom House (S. F.) res 
726 Eleventh 



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124 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Bishop Chauncej, extraman Felton Engine Co. No. 2, Oak- 
land Fire Department, res 468 Sixth 

Bishop John N. carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1816 Atlantic 

Bishop Oliver H., porter (S. F.) res 526 East Central av 

Bishop Thomas, raolder, res St. Louis House 

Bishop William H. J., salesman (S. F.) res NW cor East 
Central and Eleventh avs 

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AND ALAMEDA, W. B. Hardy agent, 959 Broadway 

Bissell C. H. Miss, teacher, res Erie House 

Bissell E., printer Tribune Publishing Co., r. Alameda 

Bitten curte Manuel DeSousa, coachman Archie Borland, 
1925 AVebster 

Biven Frederick, compositor (S. F.) res 956 Kirkham 

Bixby LeAd R. , carpenter, res 1462 Brush 

Bixby Levi S., bookkeeper C. R. Lewis & Co., res 1462 
Brush 

Black George, clerk H. M. Collins, res 1713 Lincoln 

Black John L., res 1772 Twenty-first av 

Black Joseph, manager J. Lusk & Co., res W s Telegraph 
av nr Forty-eighth, Temescal 

Black J osiah, carpenter, res 1844 Grove 

Blackburn W., machinist C. P. R. R. 

Blackman George, stock broker, 1007 Broadway, res 768 
Lydia 

Blackman William, switchman C. P. R. R., res 984 Wood 

Blackman William H., driver Engine Co. No. 1, Oakland 
Fire Department, res 514 Fifteenth 

Blackwell George, trackman Oakland Trotting Park 

Blackwood J. Mrs., res Avenue House 

Blackwood Lucy B. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, 
res 1273 San Pablo av 

Blackwood Richard H., janitor High and Irving Schools, res 
1210 Fourteenth 

Blaikie George W., shipjoineV C. P. R. R., res 1720 Chase 

Blaikie Sarah, wddow, res 806 Lewds 

Blair Aggie Miss, res 1378 Franklin 

Blair A. W., attorney-at-law, 469.V Ninth, res 819 Center 

Blair George M., res 1016 Clay 

Blair Walter, capitalist, res Centennial House 

Blair William, nurseryman, res Blair av nr Peralta av 

Blair's Dairy, Walter Blair proprietor, Montecito av nr Pe- 
ralta av, Piedmont 

Blaisdell H. G., capitalist, res Tubbs Hotel 

Blaisdell Samuel S., photographer (S. F.) res 608 Fifth 

Blake Calvin T., res 681 Twenty-fifth 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 125 

BLAKE CHARLES T., secretary Oakland Paying Co., 

Union Bank Building, rooms 6-7, res 4 Vernon pi, S.F. 
Blake Edward P., bookkeeper Dean, Watson & Co., res 681 

Twenty-fifth 
Blake Francis (Blake, Bobbins & Co., S. F.) res 1867 Tele- 
graph ay 
Blake Henry, res 1406 Eighteenth 
Blake Henry C, notary public (S. F.) res Thirty-eighth nr 

Telegraph ay, Temescal 
Blake Herbert, bookbinder Pacific Press, res 1059 Castro 
Blake House, T. G. Kingsland proprietor, W s Washington 

bet Tenth and Eleyenth 
Blake James K., pianotuner, res 1050 Peralta 
Blakeman T. Z., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel ^ 
Blakeslee Annie Miss, student High School, res 2205 West 
Blakeslee Emily Miss, teacher music, res 2205 West 
Blakie Alfred, laborer, res 410 Tenth 
Blan chard Adrian Fred., clerk F. Barbagelata & Co., res 

N s Merced ay nr Shattuck ay, Temescal 
Blanchard George, liyery stable, 567 East Central ay, res 

611 East Central ay 
Blanchard James M., engineer C. P. K. E., res 1715 Lin- 
coln 
Blanchard Marcellus, seaman, res 2011 Chestnut 
Blanchard — , capitalist, res Kelsey House 
BLANK GEORGE A., candy manufactory, 460 Seventh, res 

828 Franklin 
Blasdel Enoch W., mining, res NE cor College and Vernon 

ays, Clarement 
Blasgen Henry, res NE cor Telegraph ay and Durant 
Blessing Charles V., carpenter Oakland Planing MiUs, res 

840 Webster 
Blethen Charles, watchman, res Oyerland House 
Blethen Charles H., engineer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 837 

Thirty-third 
Blethen Eugene O., salesman (S. F.) res 1032 Linden 
Blethen Frank, band sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 568 

East 14th 
BLETHEN JAMES E., mayor of Oakland and proprietor 

Pioneer Planing Mills, SW cor Broadway and First, 

res 568 East 14th 
Blethen James E. Jr., blindmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res 555 BroadAvay 
Bleuel Emil A., caryer Pioneer Planing MiUs, res S. F. 
Bleyman Edward, clerk Charles L. Taylor, res Alameda 
Bliss Benjamin B., freight clerk C. P. E. E., res 656 Clay 



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126 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Bliss Sidney, engineer C. P. E, R, res 1707 Lincoln 

Bliven James I., res 1152 Franklin 

Block David, junk dealer, 1307- San Pablo av 

BLOCK E. D. & CO. (E. D. Block, A. B. Bennison and Louis 

Liebman) dry and fancy goods, 951 Broadway 
Block Emanuel D. (E. D. Block & Co.) res 1816 Sacramen- 
to, S. E. 
Block Israel, cigar store (S. F.) res 261 Eighth 
Block Joseph (Wertheimer & Block) res 912 Seventh 
Blodgett George L., distributor foreman Contra Costa Laun- 
dry 
Blood William F., clerk (S. F.) res 10.35 Filbert 
Bloom George, groceries and liquors, NW cor Ninth and 

Franklin 
Bloom George W., locksmith C. F. Scholl, res NW cor Ninth 

and Frank] in 
Bloom John, clerk George Bloom, res NW cor Ninth and 

Franklin 
Blote William E., collector Contra Costa Water Co., res 508 

Eighth 
Blouin Damascus, hack driver, res 620 Sixteenth 
BLOW WALTER W. (Hays, Blow & Co.) res 759 Harrison 
Bluett Emma, widow, res 335 East Central av 
Blumenthal Emile, jeweler (S. F.) res San Pablo av nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Boalt John H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1003 Twelfth 
BOARD OF EDUCATION, C. N. Fox, president; C. H. 
Kedington, F. M. Smith, H. D. Haven, Eugene Lynch, 
D. Henshaw Ward and A. W. Swett; H. J. Todd, secre- 
tary. City Hall 
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, Court House, room 5. 
BOARD OF HEALTH, Drs. W. M. Brown, H. T. Legler 
and A. C. Posey; ex-officio members: Mayor, President 
City Council, Dr. E. H. Woolsey (Health Officer and 
City Physician) City Engineer, T. F. Jenkins, secretary, 
City Hall 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, John Green, First District; 
Henry Dusterberry, Second District; Joseph B. Marlin, 
Third District; Wesley B. Clement, Fourth District; 
Frederick F. Myers, Fifth District; John F. Smith, 
Sixth District; William S. McClane, Seventh District; 
John F. Smith, chairman; Andrew Eyder, clerk; John 
C. Marsh, deputy clerk; office Court House, room 5, 
second floor 
Boardman Charles T., deputy County Clerk, res 1669 Valdez 
Boardman Joseph, real estate, res 725 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [ B ] dirp:ctory. 127 

Boardmau L. Edgar, deputy assessor Oakland Township, res 

1315 Grove 
Boardman William, deputy assessor Oakland Township, res 

Sunnyside House 
BOARDMAN WILLIAM F., assessor Oakland Township, 

office Court House, room 3, res 1315 Grove 
Boscocio Pietro, laundrymau Contra Costa Laundry 
Bock Charles, wagonmaker Sohst Brothers, res 316 Sixth 
Bock Henry O., miner, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bocqueraz Antoine, liquor saloon, SE cor Sixth and Broad- 
way, res NW cor Seventh and Washington 
Bode Henry, carpenter, res 1455 Fifth 
Bodell John, teamster C. P. Pi. K., res 210 Second 
Boden H. M., res 1273 San Pablo av 
Boden Ludie Miss, milliner, res Avenue House 
Body Daniel, hostler Oakland K. B., res Park av nr San 

Pablo av 
Boeger J. A., painter C. P. K. B. 
BOERICKE & TAFEL (F. E. Boericke and A. J. Tafel) 

homoeopathic pharmacy, 971 Washington 
Boericke Frank E. (Boericke & Tafel) res Philadelphia 
Bogart Charles H., clerk (S. F.) res 530 Thirty-fifth 
Bogart Eugene, packer (S. F.) res 530 Thirty-fifth 
Bogart John M., grainbroker (S. F.) res 530 Thirty-fifth 
Bogert William T., superintendent Pulvermacher Galvanic 

Co. (S. F.) res Thirteenth av nr East 26th 
Bogue Warren C, clerk Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 

Co., res Melrose 
Bohan John, horseshoer Robert Gilmore, res E s Telegraph 

av bet Forty -third and Forty-fourth 
Bohn Andrew, car driver (S. F.) res 707 Harrison 
Bohrer John (F. E. Neidt & Co.) res Ns Dalton av nr Green 
Boice Charles De S., insurance solicitor (S. F.) res 1055 

Poplar 
Boire Edward, manufacturer patent billiard cue tips, res 225 

Third 
Boisson Francis, game and poultry (S. F.) res 1206 Seventh 
Boland Annie, domestic Hugo L. Mansfeldt, res 1163 Alice 
Boland Kate Mrs., laundress, res 222 Hannah 
Bollinger John C, collector (S. F.) res 1156 Webster 
Bolser George, sign writer Charles B. Rutherford, res 323 

Eleventh 
Bolton George, barkeeper A. Daneri, res 1813 William 
Bolza William, grainer, res 1555 West 
Bon J. B., res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty-seventh, Tem- 

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128 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Boud C. C. Mrs., res 670 Sycamore 

Bond Frederick, teamster, res 807 Alice 

Bone Annie, domestic 1407 Eighth 

Bone Margaret, domestic 1407 Eighth 

Bonefon Ambrose, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Bonelli Eugene S., teacher music and languages, res 1470 
Eighth 

Bonelli Eugene S. Miss, teacher (S. F.) res 1470 Eighth 

Bones Samuel W., conductor C. P. E. E., res 612|^ East 
Central av 

Bonettei Anton, confectioner, res 904 Washington 

Bonguard Solomon, dealer junk, res 416 Third 

Bonham John N., plumber and gasfitter, 868 Washington, 
res 1264 Webster 

Boniface Sara Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 
San Francisco 

Bonnemazou J. (Bidache & Bonnemazou) res 912 Franklin 

Bonnemort Charles M., mining, res 955 Jackson 

Bonney Charles W. (Henderson & Bonney) res 717 Tenth 

Bonney Frank J., law student, res 717 Tenth 

Bonter Jackson, coachman, NW cor Thirteenth av and East 
Twenty-fifth 

Bonton Leonard, night watchman Oakland Bag Manufactur- 
ing Co., res 1308 Thirteenth av 

Boodey Frederick, cutter Alexander Nicoll, res 712 Third 

Boogar Philip, res 1534 Brush 

Booker George E., with Spring Valley Water Works, res 
1354 Brush 

Boone William E., builder, res 577 Sixteenth 

Boop J. D. Mrs., dressmaker, res 815 Henry 

Booth Cornelia Miss, res 535 Knox pi 

Booth Edward, instructor chemistry State University of Cal- 
ifornia, res 1220 Harrison 

BOOTH JAMES A., city license collector. City Hall, res 
956 Twenty-eighth 

Booth Lucius A., mining (S. F.) res Highland av. Pied- 
mont 

Booth Margaret E., widow, res 1015 Willow 

Booth Mary, widow, res 716 Henry 

Booth William, statistican Daily Stock Eeport (S. F.) res 
1220 Harrison 

Booth William F., attorn ey-at-law (S.F.) res 408 Thirteenth 

Booth by Melville, bartender C. A. Uhrig, res 838 Broadway 

Boothe Thomas, upholsterer, 527 Sixteenth 

BOREIN PETER R., recorder Alameda County, office 
Hall of Eeccrds, res 322 Sixth 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 129 

Boren Alley D., California fruits, 468 Eleventh, res, 649| 
Ninth 

Borger Jane, domestic 1477 Sixth av 

Borland Archie, mining operator, res 1925 Webster 

Borland James, carpenter, res 966 Twenty-first 

Borrelle John, tailor, 472 Eighth 

Bortree David E., clerk Police Court, res 572 Seventeenth 

Boscaccio Battista, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Boscaccio Joseph, watchmaker A. Steffanoni, res 565 
Charter 

Boser Bernhard, groceries and liquors, SE cor Telegraph av 
and Erie, Temescal, res S. F. 

Bostick Fred., butcher, res 1201 \Vest 

Bostwick J. H., farmer, res 726 Fifteenth 

Boswell Aaron, employee C. P. E. E., res S s William nr Bay 

Boswell James W., res 359 Tenth 

Boswell Josiah, cutler, res SE cor Kirkham and Four- 
teenth 

Boswell AV^illiam, cutler, res N s Seventh bet Campbell and 
Willow 

Boswell William H., sawyer Oakland Planing Mills, res NE 
cor Webster and Fourth 

Bothwell James, blacksmith, 815 Eighteenth 

Both well Eichard, laborer, res 1314 Twelfth av 

Bottomley Isaac, farmer, res NW cor College av and Hud- 
son 

Botts Charles T., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1005 Jackson 

Bouchard Henry, laborer, res 807 Harrison 

Boudreau & Pothier (Adolph Boudreau and Louis Pothier) 
harness, saddles, etc., 820 Broadway 

Boudreau Adolph (Boudreau & Pothier) res 820 Broadway 

Bouquet Fred., barber, res Nicholl House 

Bouquet Frederick, blacksmith Sohst Brothers, res 316 
Sixth 

Bourgin Peter, gun and locksmith, 660 Washington 

Bourgin Peter Jr., machinist Peter Bourgin, res 660 Wash- 
ington 

Bourne Julius, furnaceman Castle Dome Mining and Smelt- 
ing Co., res Melrose 

Bourrette Lillie Miss, clerk L. Breidenstein, res 941 Camp- 
bell 

Boursier Edward, butcher, res 1520 Curtis 

BousJiey Julius, physician, office and res 1688 Eighth 

Bow Margaret Miss, res 1929 Telegraph av 

Bowden S. H. N., master mariner, res East Central av nr 
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Bowden Henry M., driver Fourteenth Street K. R., res 

Avenue House 
Bowen Charles A., contractor, res 663 Grove 
Bowen Marshall W,, carpenter, res 720 Second 
Bowen Mary, widow, res 1934 Poplar 

Bowen Pardon M., manufacturer and grocer, res 1165 Clay 
Bowen Walter B., with Bowen Brothers (S. F.) res 1165 

Clay 
Bowens Thomas S., instructor California Military Academy, 

res 570 Thirty-fifth 
Bowers Mary, widow, res Deming House 
Bowers M. E. Mrs., res 710 Thirty-fourth 
Bowers Septimus T., contractor, res 1200 Broadway 
Bowers William F., clerk P. W. Butler & Co. res Ws Webster 

nr Broadway 
Bowles A., carpenter, res 514 Fifteenth 
Bowles Annie, domestic Blake House 

Bowles Charles M., portrait painter (S. F.) res 1300 Seventh 
Bowman A. J., wellborer, res Seventh Street House 
Bowman Arthur W., capitalist (S. F.) res S s Vernal av, 

Piedmont 
Bowman Charles H., clerk C. P. E. Pt. Wharf (S. F.) res 

1054 Willow 
Bowman Edwin, res 1814 Grove 
Bowman G., fireman C. P. R. E. 

BOWMAN HENRY, druggist, 913 Broadway, res 630 Ninth 
Bowman Isaac H. (Butler & Bowman) res 613 Fifteenth 
Bowman Jacob E., machinist C. P. E. E., res Eailroad Ex- 
change 
Bown John, farmer, res SE cor Twenty-first av and East 

Central av 
Bowser Mary Miss, packer J. Lusk & Co., res S s Minna nr 

Telegraj)h av, Temescal 
Bowser Samuel, porter John Temey, res S s Minna nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Boyce Ella Miss, clerk Mrs. J. P. Durham, res Alameda 
Boyce Shephard B., stockbroker, 472 Ninth, res Vinzent 

Block 
Boyce William D., designer Charles M. Plum & Co. (S. F.) 

res 818 Central av 
Boyd Annie E. Miss, res 1113 Franklin 
Boyd Angeline Mrs., res 544 Charter 

Boyd Edward (Wharton & Boyd) res Thirteenth nr Franklin 
Boyd Mary J., widow, res 202 B 
Boyd William M., res N s Plymouth av bet Telegraph av 

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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 131 

Bojenval Armand, cellarmaster (S. F.) res 571 Fifth 

Bojer Frank, rigger C. P. R. Pi. 

Bojer Margaret, widow, res 1712 William 

Bojer Piobert J., clerk P. J. Dailej, res 1712 William 

Bojer Thomas, carpenter, res N s Thirtj-sixth bet Market 

and San Pablo av, Temescal 
Bojers Gary L., clerk C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res 549 Charter 
Bojle John P., carpenter School Department, res 516 East 

14th 
Boyle Mary, nurse Noah Kelsev, 130 Ninth 
Boyle Micliael, laborer Walter Blair, res Blair's Dairy 
Boyle Neil, laborer, res 1601 Market 
Boyle Owen, groceries and liquors, 1601 Market 
Boyle Patrick, gardener, res 330 East 8th 
Boyne Mary, widow, res 803 Castro 

Boynton Charles A., clerk Theodore E. Scran ton, res New- 
laud House 
Bovnton Samuel S., barkeeper, res 1258 Franklin 
Brackett Edward A., switchman C. P. E. E., res 926 Pine 
Bracus William, butcher, res 723 Myrtle 
Bradbury L. L., capitalist, res 958 Tenth 
Bradford Alonzo S., coachman David N. Ward, res 150 Lake 
Bradford Mary E. Miss, teacher Harrison-st School, res 762 

Clay 
Bradley Anson S., photographer, res 766 Twenty-second 
Bradley Asa M., clerk (S. F.) res 622 Seventeenth 
Bradley Charles H., painter J. T. Gardiner, res 486 Twenty- 
fifth 
Bradley Charles L., fireman C. P. E. E., res 1813 Seward 
Bradley Cornelius B., teacher High School, res 668 Eigh- 
teenth 
Bradley Henry L., homoeopathic physician, 1068 Broadway, 

room 26 
Bradley Henry P., engineer, res 562 East 11th 
Bradley James, laborer, res 403 Ninth 
Bradley James, teamster J. Lusk & Co., res W s Shattuck 

av nr Forty-sixih 
Bradley John J., employee C. P. E. E., res 1860 William 
Bradley John T., miuer^ res 364 Fourteenth 
Bradley Mary, seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 
Bradley Michael, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Bradley Nicholas, plasterer, res 1415 Eleventh 
Bradley Thomas, plasterer, res 1465 Castro 
Bradley William, engineer C. P. E. E., res 829 Cedar 
Bradsliaw J. A., farmer, res N s Alcatraz av nr Humboldt, 
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Bradshaw John, stableman Fashion Stables, res 713 Brush 

Bradshaw Michael, laborer, res 464 Third 

Bradway Joseph E. (Keilay & Bradway) physician, 1055 

BroadAvay, res 702 Eleventh 
Brady John, painter, res 651 Linden 
Brady Thomas, section foreman C. P. K. K., res 809 

Center 
Bragg — Mrs., furnished rooms, 869 Washington 
Bragg J. S., joiner C. P. E. R. 
Brainard Catherine, domestic, 1077 Eighth 
Braley S. E. Miss, secretary A. C. Brown, res 532 Thirty- 
fourth 
Bralley Patrick, hairdressing saloon, 1939 Market 
Branch George W., clerk Custom House (S. F.) res 711 

Castro 
Branch William, baker Nicholas Williams, res 711 Castro 
Branch William E., clerk (S. F.) res 711 Castro 
Brand John G., barber, res 824 Isabella 
Brandon James O., blacksmith, res 705 Harrison 
Brandon W. M., real estate agent (S. F.) res Sutter nr 

Lowell 
Brandstatter Joseph, proprietor Union Bakery, 908 Broad- 
way, res 227 Eighth 
Brandt Albert, engineer Oakland Brewery, res NE cor Tel- 
egraph av and Durant 
Brandt Fritz, painter F. M. Farwell, res N s Forty-second 

nr Grove, Temescal 
Brandt Eebecca, widow, res 466 Sixth, rear 
Brann Frank, patent solicitor (S. F.) res 1723 Goss 
Brannan Daniel, manufacturer pottery, 851 East Central av 
Brannan James, laborer, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Brannan John, farmer, res High nr New Eedwood Eoad 
Brannan John, laborer, res 657 Jackson 
Brannan John, laborer C. P. E. E., res Shell Mound 
Brannan Martha Mrs., res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Brannan William, farmer, res High nr New Eedwood Eoad 
Branson Ware, sailmaker (S. F.) res 1001 Fifth 
Brauer Alexander W., teacher music, res 1706 Seward 
Braugham William H., carpenter, res 816 Harrison 
Braun Charles, bookkeeper Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 East 

14th 
Braun Charles H. F., cashier (S. F.) res 1358 Seventh 
Bray Watson A., commission merchant (S. F.) res N s East 
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OAKLAND [ Ql DIRECTORY. 133 

Brajton Albert P. (Pacific Iron Works, S. F.) res 1167 

Jackson 
Brayton Block, 363i Twelfth 
Bray ton M. E. Mrs., widow, res 1155 Jackson 
Brayton William H., butcher, 964 Broadway, res 1165 

Washington 
Brearty Francis J., attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, rooms 6 

and 7, res 471 Fourth 
Breck Samuel, merchant (Suisun) res 1547 San Pablo av 
BREDHOFF & CORDES (Charles Bredhoff and John 
Cordes) proprietors Washington Brewery, NW cor 
Fifth and Kirkham, office NE cor Broadway and Sixth 
Bredhoff Charles (Bredhoff & Cordes) res 663 Sixth 
Bredhoff Charles Jr., bookkeeper .(S. F.) res 663 Sixth 
Bredhoff Henry, laborer Barstow & Garber, res Union nr 

San Pablo av 
Breen John, manufacturer and dealer cigars, 365 Cen- 
tral av 
Breen Mary Miss, ironer Contra Costa Laundry 
Breen Matthew, laborer, res 802 Brush 
Breen Patrick, fireman C. P. B. E. 
Breen Thomas L., carpenter, res 1237 Peralta 
Bregers William, butcher P.J. Gerhardy, res 723 Myrtle 
Brehm Louis, watchmaker E. Mueller, res 540 Charter 
Breidenstein Leonhardt, proprietor Washington Kestaurant, 
1204 Broadway, and Oakland Steam Dyeing Works, 926 
Broadway, res 414 Fourteenth 
Breidenstein William, agent L. Breidenstein, res 414 Four- 
teenth 
Bremer Ida, domestic 266 East Central av 
Bremner Thomas S., accountant, res 1120 Filbert 
Brennan Daniel, car cleaner C. P. R. C, res 963 Fifth 
Brennan Donald, brickmason, res 1014 Third 
Brennan John, laborer, res 171 Eighth 
Brennan John, laborer Walter Blair, res Blair's Dairy 
Brennan John Jr., teamster George Bloom, res 951 Franklin 
Brennan Louise Miss, compositor Daily Times, res 1014 

Third 
Brensel John, res 818 Twenty-seventh 
Brereton J. M., clerk (S. F.) res cor Twenty-fourth and 

Linden 
Brereton J. M. Mrs., cloak and suit store, 1168 Broadway, 

res cor Twenty-fourth and Linden 
Bresinham John, teamster Asher Tyler, res cor Eighth av 

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Brett E. C. Mrs., res 1235 Telegraph av 



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Brett Mabel E. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 
1235 Telegraph av 

Breuer Antone, carver, res 1654 Seventh 

Breuer Henry, bookkeeper Kramm & Dieves, res 368 Ninth 

Breuer Mary Mrs., confectionery and notions, 1654 Seventh 

Breuer Otto, clerk Lutz & Berg 

Brewer Francis A ., dentist, res 358 East Fourteenth 

Brewer John, res 358 East 14th 

Brewer John H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 578 Thirteenth 

Brewster Christina, widow, lodgings, 670 Broadway 

Brewster George C, veterinary surgeon, office 370 Eleventh, 
res 319 Fourth 

Brewster Jessie Miss, res 1929 Telegraph av 

Brewster J. W. Mrs., widow, res 1165 Jackson 

Brezill John, groceries and liquors, 1545 West, res 811 
Twenty-second 

Brice A., with E. F. Kohler, res NWcor Chester and Eighth 

Briceiin Catherine, widow, res 859 Clay 

Brickell & Kruger (E. J. Brickell and W. H. Kruger) pro- 
prietors Truckee Box Factory, E s Fourteenth av nr 
East Central av 

Brickell E. J. (Brickell & Kruger) res Truckee, Cal. 

Brickett M. Mrs., widow, res 859 Harrison 

Bridge Clara Miss, domestic H. C. Davis 

Bridge Thomas, farmer, res NW cor Fruit Vale avand Coun- 
ty Koad 

Bridge William, farmer, res NW cor Fruit Vale av and 
County Road 

Bridgeman Caleb B., carpenter, res SW cor Third and Fil- 
bert 

Bridgeman Edward C, blindmaker Enterprise Mills, res 863 
Twenty-second 

Bridgeman William C, machine hand Oakland Planing Mills 

Brier Columbus C, teacher Urban Academy (S. F.) res 522 
Charter 

Briggs Chester G., carpenter, res 1108 Third 

Briggs David M., sticker hand C. P. R. R., res 911 Cedar 

Briggs Edward K., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 

Briggs James M., sticker hand C. P. R. R., res 911 Cedar 

Brigham Calvin O., provision merchant (S. F.) res 1019 Oak 

Brigham Frank E., clerk (S. F.) res 1019 Oak 

Brigham Julia Miss, teacher Mills' Seminary 

Brinckmaun D. Mrs., res Vinzent Block 

Briuckmann E. W., res Vinzent Block 

Brinckmann G. F. E., real estate agent, 912 Broadway, res 
Vinzent Block 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 135 

Brinckmann Otto, watchmaker R. W. Edwards, res Vinzent 

Block 
BRINK MARCELIiUS M., fashionable hatter, 925 Broad- 
way, res 767 Fourteenth 
Briones & Clianaron (Gabriel Briones and Hilarion Chan- 

aron) barbers, 834 Broadway 
Briones Cesario, driver Felton Engine Co. No. 2, Oakland 

Fire Department, res 804 Jefferson 
Briones Gabriel (Briones & Chanaron) res 804 Jefferson 
Briones Louisa, widow, res 804 Jefferson 
BRITISH AMERICAN ASSURANCE CO., McLaughlin & 

Macdonald agents, 456 Central av . 
Britt Emma Mrs., res 819 Washington 
Britton Harrv, res W s Shattuck av opp Forty-ninth 
Britton John, clerk (S. F.) res 1020 Twenty-fourth 
Britton John A., collector Oakland Gaslight Co., res 817 

Grove 
Brizzolara Constantine, coffee and spice maker (S.F.) res 662 

Jefferson 
Brizzolara Louis, res 662 Jefferson 

Brizzolara Tarquinio, driver Raflb Brothers, res 662 Jeffer- 
son 
BROAD CHARLES A., manufacturer and dealer boots and 

shoes, 1109 Broadway, res 568 Seventeenth 
Broad Charles E., clerk Charles A. Broad, res 568 Seven- 
teenth 
Broadway and Twenty-fifth Street Primary School, Mrs. J. 
S. Bentley principal, SW cor Broadway and Twenty- 
fifth 
Broadway Block, W s Broadway bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Broadway John, laborer, res W s Redwood av, Fruit Vale 
Broadweil Melvin L., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Sunnyside House 
: Brock Joseph M., merchant, res 1458 Bro ,dway 
Brock William, waiter, res 1632 Union 

Brockhage John F., searcher records (S. F.) res 765 Eigh- 
teenth 
Brockhurst Samuel, res 825 Fifteenth 
Broderick Edward, horseshoer William T. Gibbs, res cor 

Ninth and Webster 
Broderick P., res 813 Filbert 

Broderick Richard, tailor M. J. Healy, res 365 Ninth 
Brodt Aurelius W., principal Durant Grammar School, res 

963 Seventh 
Brodt A. W. Mrs., teacher drawing public schools, res 963 
Seventh 



Gilbert & Brawn 



Houses BiiUt, and Houses and Lots lor Sale on llie Installment Plai 

Office No. 2 Park Row. Park Street, Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 MM St.. S. F., tli6 toest collection ol Modern Art Paper Hangings. 



136 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Brogan Michael, hostler, res 807 Jefferson 

Brogan Thomas, laborer C P. E. K., res 1573 Third 

Brokamp Benjamin, tailor, 480 Eighth 

Bromley Charles B., clerk (S. F.) res 966 Eighteenth 

BROMLEY GEORGE S., manager F. Barnard & Co., NW 
cor Eighth and Franklin, res 966 Eighteenth 

BROMLEY JOHN L., capitalist, 911 Broadway, res 371 
Fifth 

Bromley Robert Innis, student Univei'sity, res 371 Fifth 

Bromley Thomas L., artist, res 371 Fifth 

Bromley Washington L., refiner (S. F.) res 966 Eighteenth 

Bromley William L., law clerk, res 371 Fifth 

Bromley William P., captain stmr Transit, res 1006 Sixth av 

Bromwell Louis L., insurance agent (S. F.) res 126 Ninth 

Bronson Horace H., superintendent Fourteenth Street E. E. 
stables, res 1255 Center 

Brook Thomas, cook G. C. Fisher, res 867 Washington 

Brookings C. C., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1219 Fourteenth 

BrookljTi and Fruit Vale Eailroad, E. C. Sessions president, 
office 422 Central av 

BROOKLYN BREWERY, Welscher & Westermann pro- 
prietors, SW cor Eighteenth av and East 14th, depot 
1517 San Pablo av 

BROOKLYN MANUFACTURING CO., Northey & Wagar 
proprietors, 801-803 East Central av 

Brooklyn Engine Co. No. 4, S s East 14th bet Twelfth and 
Thirteenth avs 

BROOKLYN LUMBER YARD, G. F. Crist proprietor. 
East 11th bet Thirteenth and Fourteenth avs 

Brooklyn Methodist Episcopal Church, SE cor Seventh av 
and East 15th 

Brooklyn Post Office, Thomas F. Steere sujDerintendent, cor 
Thirteenth and East Central avs 

BROOKLYN TANNERY, George F. Crist & Co. proprie- 
tors, NE cor Twentj^-first and East Central avs 

Brooklyn Township Assessor, A. B. Webster, office 624 East 
Central av 

BROOKLYN VIDETTE, George W. Barter editor and pub- 
lisher, office 612 East Central av 

Brookman Christopher, stevedore, res 230 Louise 

Brooks Frank H., accountant Union National Bank, res 560 
Thirty-fifth 

Brooks Harry S., bookkeeper Steere & Colby, res 1313 
Twelfth av 

Brooks James M., cigars and tobacco, res Clarendon House 

Brooks Lafayette (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res 1313 Twelfth av 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 137 

Brooks Liucoln M., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1252 

Franklin 
Brooks Peyton, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 956 Center 
Brooks Samuel, carpenter, res 1615 Seventh 
Brooks William, res 830 Myrtle 
Brooks William E., dentist, NW cor Broadway and Eighth, 

res 830 Myrtle 
Brophy Patrick J., carpenter, res 210 B 
Brotherton Thomas, waiter Nicholas Williams, res East 

Berkeley 
Broughtou Horace, conductor Berkeley K. E., res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Birch, Temescal 
Brower D. C Mrs., teacher Cole School, res 1367 Tenth 
Brown & McKinnon (Dudley C. Brown and John A. McKin- 

uon) merchant tailors, 1020 Broadway 
Brown & Violich (George H. Brown and Felix Yiolich) cloth- 
ing, hats and caps, and boots and shoes, 813 Broadway 
Brown Abraham C, capitalist, res 532 Thirty -fourth 
Brown Albert, engineer, res 1662 Eighth 
Brown Andrew A., clerk (S. F.) res 763 Eighth 
Brown Arthur, superintendent B. and B. construction Paci- 
fic Improyement Co., office W s Pine nr Atlantic, res 
1031 Filbert 
Brown Bowman B., res Kohler-Chase House 
Brown Brice, expressman, res 1923 Union 
Brown Charles, bookkeeper Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 East 

11th 
Brown Charles, peddler, res E s High nr East 11th, Fruit 

Vale 
Brown Dayid, bank clerk (S. F.) res 1271 Franklin 
Brown Dudley C. (Brown <Sc McKinnon) res 666 Ninth 
Brown Edgar, gardener J. li. Hardenbergh, res 120 East 14th 
Brown Edward, insurance (S. F.) res E s Fruit Vale av nr 

East 27th 
BROWN EDWARD A., wood and coal, 110-412 Ninth, res 

405 Ninth 
Brown Eliza Miss, teacher, res Mansion House 
Brown Eliza L., fruit and produce, 721 Linden 
Brown Ernest C, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 470 Sixth 
Brown Ezekiel, mining, res 488 Twenty-third 
Brown Francis A., carpenter, res 1611 Thirteenth av 
Brown Frank, fisherman, res S s Sixteenth bet Peralta and 

Campbell 
Brown Frank, fruit and vegetables, 1456 Seventh, res 1465 

Fifth 
Brown George H. (Brown <fc Violich) res 605 Tenth 



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138 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Brown George H., clerk C. & A. Nordhausen, res 605 Tenth 
Brown George H., hog ranch, res S s Eajt 34th nr Summit, 

Lynn 
Brown George S., clerk (S. F.) res N s Redwood av nr Old 

County Road, Fruit Yale 
Brown Harvey, clerk Broadway Wharf C. P.R. R., res 940 

Filbert 
Brown Harvey S., attorney-at-law (S. F ) res 940 Filbert 
Brown Herman, porter (S. F.) res 1619 Seward 
Brown Hiram P., attorney-at-law, 911 Broadway, rooms 

6-61, res 1458 Seventh 
Brown Howard W., clerk Commissary Department U. S. A. 

(S. F.) res 1720 Central av 
Brown James, laborer, res 417 Seventh 
Brown James, teamster, res 776 Seventh 
Brown James Mrs., widow, res 416 Fifth 
Brown James P., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 940 Filbert 
Brown James W., yardmaster C. P. R. R., res 1727 Cen- 
tral av 
Brown John, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Brown John, laborer, res 1060 Fourteenth av 
Brown John, laborer, res 1644 Myrtle 
Brown John, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1716 Pacific 
Brown Joht, laborer, res SW cor East 20th and Fourteenth av 
Brown John A., clerk (Post Office S. F.) res 1465 Third 
Brown John C, captain C. P. R. R. steamer Thoroughfare, 

res 920 Center 
Brown John F., res 738 East 33rd, Lynn 
Brown John K., captain steamer Oakland, res Alameda 
Brown John M. , res 954 Broadway 
Brown John Minard, photographer, 509 Seventh, res 1458 

Seventh 
Brown Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., res West End Hotel 
Brown Joseph, gardener Robert G. Byxbee, res W s Fruit 

Vale av nr Hopkins 
Brown Leonard D. (Nash, Brown & Co.) r. 1220 Castro 
Brown Mamie E. Miss, deputy assessor Oakland Township, 

res 655 Eighteenth 
Brown Maria, widow, ladies' nurse, res 759 J Seventh 
Brown Morris, laborer, res 111 Hannah 
Brown Orson D., policeman, res 1439 Filbert 
Brown Roland G., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1389 Jackson 
Brown S. J., lieutenant U. S. N., res 519 Delger 
Brown Susan, widow, res 1929 Union 
Brown Thomas H., lather, res 1221 Kirkham 
Brown W. C, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 139 

Brown W. C, engineer C. P. R. R. 

Brown W. Gardiner, dentist 1116, Broadway 

Brown William, painter Frederick M. Farwell 

Brown William H., porter Becht's Saloon, res 363 Tenth 

Brown William H., paper hanger and house decorator, res 

738 East 33rd, Lynn 
Brown William M., physician and surgeon, NW cor Willow 

and Seventh, and member Board of Health, res 976 

Center 
Brown — , res 404 Central av 
Brown — , painter, res 270 Fifth 
Browne Harry W., carpenter, res Winters' Hotel 
Browne H. L., operator Western Union Telegraph Co. 
Browne Jacob L., secretary Bank of San Francisco, res Ga- 

lendo Hotel 
Browne John M., clerk, res S s Sixteenth bet Clay and 

Jefferson 
Browne Joseph W., teacher, res Twenty-eighth bet Market 

and Myrtle 
BroAvne J. Ross Mrs., widow, res Ross Browne Way off Ve- 

ron av, Claremont 
Browne L. A. Mrs., widow, res 495 Plymouth av 
Browne Mitchell, clerk (S. F.) res Ross Browne Way, off 

Yernon av, Claremont 
Browne P. D., res Blake House 
Browne Spencer C, secretary Morgan Conservatory of Music, 

and real estate, office, 8E cor Ninth and Broadway, res 

Pagoda Hill 
Brownell Don C, salesman Carolan, Cory & Co. (S. F.) res 

677 Fifteenth 
Bruce Henry, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., res 818 Wood 
Bruce J., piano agent (S. F.) res 307 Third. 
BRUECK WILLIAM A., manager Boericke & Tafel, res 

S. F. 
BRUENN ADOLPH, general agent Sohmer jDianos and 

music, 911 Washington, res 563 Tenth 
Bruenn Adolph, physician, office and res 563 Tenth 
Bruenn Henry H., artist, studio and res 563 Tenth 
Bruggie Ferdinand, gardener P. J. G. Kenna, res NE cor 

East 14th and Adeline 
Bruguiere John G., bookkeeper E. D. Block & Co., res 1264 

Webster 
Bruguiere Louis G., bookkeeper, res 1264 Webster 
Bruguiere Victor, upholsterer Charles L. Taylor, res 1264 

Webster 
Bruier Anthony, res cor Seventh and Campbell 



Purlios Purvbaxina: fiiriiishecl willi Hlone.v for 

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140 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Bruning Anna, widow, res 826 Lewis 

Bruning Brothers (John H. and Henry F. Bruning) confec- 
tionery, 471 Seventh 
Bruning Henry F. (Bruning Brothers) res 826 Le-^/is 
Bruning John H. (Bruning Brothers) res 818 Harrison 
Brunje John A. (Helmke & Brunje) res NW cor Broadway 

and Twenty-first 
BRUNJES FREDERICK, groceries and liquors, 775-777 

East Central av, res 768 East 14th 
Bruno Francois, teamster, res Quarry nr New Broadway 
Bruno Giacomo, laborer, res W s First av bet Avon and 

Birch 
Brush El. G., insurance (S. F.) res Nicholl Block 
Brusnahan Cornelius, carriage painter, res 1401 Thirteenth 
Bruso Tomaso, laborer Dominico Grondona, res NW cor 

Wood and Thirteenth 
Bryan Archie C, carpenter, res 220 Hollis 
Bryan John, laborer C. P. K. K., res 1401 Central av 
Bryant Daniel S., commission merchant (S. F.) res 520 Syc- 
amore 
Bryant Eron J., letter carrier Po.st Office, res 708 Webster 
Bryant Frederic, deputy sherifi', office Court House, res 

Alameda 
Bryant George, teamster, res 824 East Central av 
Bryant Henrv, porter (S. F.) res 1736 Linden 
Bryant William H., engineer C. P. K. E., res 218 Ettie 
Buccinera Santi, gardener J. Caire, NE cor Eighth and 

Harrison 
Buchanan Alexander, brakeman S. P. E. E., res 559 Cale- 
donia av 
Buchanan William (Groves & Buchanan) res 1116 Alice 
Bucher William Mrs., res 761 Clay 
Buchianelli Manzueti, gardener, res E s Telegraph av nr 

Forty-ninth, Temescal 
Buck C. P. H., importer and dealer wines and liquors, 879 

Washington, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
Buck Ephraim W., physician and surgeon, office 911 Broad- 
way, res 1011 Webster 
Buck Minna Mrs., res 513 Frederick 
Buck Nathaniel L., physician, res 706 Thirteenth 

Buck , blacksmith, res 316 Sixth 

Buckel C. Annette Miss, physician, office and res 810 Four- 
teenth 
Buckelew Amanda Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth 
Buckelew Annie Mrs., dressmaker John F. Wood, res 700 
Thirty-fourth 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 141 

Buckelew J. B. Mrs., res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Buckelew Mary F. Miss, teacher, res 700 Thirty -fourth 

Buckhout Adna H., hot-air grates, res 623 Eighteenth 

Buckland Wallace O., physician, SW cor Clay and Eleventh 

Buckley Daniel, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Buckle}' Horace F., farmer, res 1168 Eighth av I w 

Backle}' Tillie M. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, j J^ 

res S. F. ! g 

Buckley Timothy, laborer, res 1833 Linden j § 

Buckman Homer O., waiter Palace Eestaurant, res 657 Grove j g" 
Bucknell M. E. Mrs., physician, res 566 Sixteenth I ^ 

Buckner Charles (Buckner & Kley, S. F.) res 1011 Kirkham | % 
Buddemer Louis H., letter carrier, res 1368 Brush ^ 

Buddington Walter, pilot stmr Julia, res 977 Fifth t g: 

Buehler Frederick, lithographer C. L. Smith & Co., res 370 \^ 

Third 
Buel Frederick Mrs., widow, res 363 East Central av 
Buelna Gertrude, widow, res 830 East Central av 
Buffalo German Insurance Co. (fire) Doe, Griffin & Seaman 

agents, 958 Broadway 
Buftett Charles C. (Durham & Buffett) res 1317 Harrison 
BUFFORD S., president S. F. Laundry Association, 862 

Broadway, res S. F. 
Bugbee George E., sampler U. S. Appraiser's Store (S. F.) 

res 950 Wood 
Bugg Henry, carpenter, res 1406 Thirteenth av 
Buhl John, landscape gardener, 1713 Seventh 
Buhsen Diedrich, groceries and liquors, 1801 Seventh, res 

1802 William 
Buhsen Nicholas D., clerk Diedrich Buhsen, res 1802 William 
Buhsen's Block, SW cor Seventh and Pine 
Buizeine Edward, laundryman Chevanton & Calou, res 1916 

San Pablo av 
Bulkley Kate A. Mrs., res 1825 Telegraph av 
Bull C. H., engineer C. P. R. E. 
Bull Mary D. Miss, teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 

404 Central av 
Bullions William B., assistant roadmaster C. P. R. R., res 

811 Adeline 
Bullock Annie A., domestic Jas M. Costigan, 1305 Franklin 
Bullock Boyd, clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) r. 915 Center 
Bullock John, tallow worker Joseph Gaudin, res Peabody's 

lane, Butchertowu 
Bullock Joim C, plumbing and gasfitting, 1706 Seventh 
Bullock AVilliam S., driver Hose Co. No. 3, Oakland Fire 

Department, res S s Eighth bet Willow and Campbell 



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142 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Bulotte Frank, dairyman Walter Blair, res B-edwoo(i Koad 

nr Alderney Farm 
Bundock Henry, proprietor East Oakland Pottery, cor East 
Central and Nineteenth avs, res 655 East Tliirty-third 
Bundy E. D. Mrs., res 1423 San Pablo av 
Bunker George H., watchman C P. R. E., res Railroad Ex- 
change 
Bunker Isaiah, liquors, 1805 Seventh 

Bunker Wallace W., Post Office (S. F.) res 1222 Franklin 
Bunker William M., editor and proprietor Stock Report (S. 

F.) res 1220 Harrison 
Bunnell Edwin F., dentist (S. F.) res 1955 Telegraph av 
Bunnell George Woodbury, professor Greek and literature 

University, res 1955 Telegraph av 
Burbank Lester, shoemaker (S. F.) res 614 Sixteenth 
Burbank William F., copyist, res 827 Market 
Burbank Samuel F., clerk, res 827 Market 
Burbeck George, register clerk and assistant money order 

clerk Post Office, res 664 Tenth 
Burchard Luther S., student, res 656 Fourteenth 
Burcher Robert, teamster Amos Roberts, res Berkeley 
Burckhalter Charles, insurance agent, res 821 Center 
Burdick John F., physician, 578 Seventeenth 
Burdick Joseph D., liquor merchant (S. F.) res 869 Henry 
Burdick Joseph O., printer, res 869 Henry 
Burdick Marcus S., carpenter (S. F.) res 869 Henry 
Burge Frank J. (A. A. Guernsey & Co.) res Kohler-Chase 

House 
Burgelin Louis (Yogelsanger & Burgelin) res 1313 Four- 
teenth 
Burgess Benjamin F., marker Contra Co^ta Laundry 
Burgess James, carpenter, res S s Wilder nr San Pablo av 
Burgess N. F. Mrs., res 1457 Broadway 
Burgess R. M., speculator, res 2078 San Pablo av 
Burke Henry S., res 58 East Central av 
Burke John, milker Walter Blair, res Blair's Dairy 
Burke John E., mining, res 58 East Central av 
Burke John K., miner, res S s Twenty-fifth bet Broadway 

and Telegraph av 
Burke Julia, domestic Frederick Russ, E s Claremont av 

opp Tyler, Claremont 
Burke Maggie, domestic 572 Tenth 
Burke Mary, domestic P. W. Butler, res W s Webster nr 

Broadway 
Burke Mary A. , widow, res 58 East Central av 
Burke Patrick F., res 1612 Telegraph av 



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OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 143 

Burke Tliomas, laborer, res 1832 Grove 

Burke William, res 871 Lydia 

Burke William, laborer, res 822 Magnolia 

Burke William T. , plumber, res 1612 Telegraph av 

Burke — , res 619 Sixth 

Burkhardt Edward J., bartender August Schetzel, res 572 

Seventh 
Burkhardt Frederick, employe C. P. K. K., res 793 Wood 
Burmeister F. R., mining, res Tremont House 
Burmeister Henry, laundrj^man Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1319 Peralta 
Burmester John, collector Samm's Flouring Mills, res 965 

Jefierson 
Burn Julius, smelter Melrose Smelting Works, res Bay av, 

Melrose 
Burnell & Grace (Joseph Burnell and Frank Grace) barbers, 

627 East Central av 
Burnell Joseph (Burnell & Grace) res 627 East Central av 
Burner & Young (John D. Burner and Lewis Young) build- 
ers and contractors brickwork, 664 Franklin 
Burner Harry, student, res W s Market nr Seventeenth 
Burner John I). (Burner & Young) res 1361 Market 
Burner Nellie Miss, fancy goods, 464 Ninth 
Burnett Evan, molder (S. F.) res 222 Ellen 
Burnett Thomas, gardener, res NW cor Sixteenth av and 

East 16th 
BURNETTE EUGENE T., dentist, 521 Eleventh 
Burnette Nettie C. Mrs., artist, res 521 Eleventh 
Burnham Alfonso M. (Hay & Co.) res 164 Seventh 
Burnham Charles F., mining, res 1455 Broadway 
Burnham Edward A., teamster George F. Crist, res East 

25th 
Burnham Frederick (Hay & Co.) res 164 Seventh 
Burnham L. C, student, res 1017 Madison 
Burnham Osroe H. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) res 1017 

Madison 
Burnham Sanford A., mining, res 1455 Broadway 
BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO. (O. H. Burnham, D. 
W. Standeford aud L. G. Cole) proprietors Oakland 
Planing Mills, cor First, Second and Washington 
Burns & Jeusen (Thomas C. Burns and Soren Jensen) pro- 
prietors Overland House, NW cor First and Broadway 
Burns Aaron W., marine insurance (S. F.) res SE cor Col- 
lege and Yernon avs 
Burns Edward W., clerk Thomas R. Burns, res 75 Yalley 
Burns Eliza, domestic John R. Glascock, 829 Jackson 



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144 OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 

Burns George W., deputy county recorder, res 561 Sixteent" 

Burns H., res Galindo Hotel 

Burns Harry G., copyist county recorder's office, res 561 

Sixteenth 
Burns Hilary E., porter 0. P. R. R., res 220 Fifth 
Burns James, farmer, res 723 Myrtle 
Burns James, laborer, res 822 East 14th, rear 
Burns John, laborer, res 826 Kirkham 
Burns John B., laborer C. P. R. R., res 728 Lewis 
Burns Margaret, res 1744 Filbert 
Burns Mary, domestic 404 East 16th 
Burns Michael, laborer, res 421 B 
Burns Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., res 120 Ellen 
Burns Thomas P. (Burns & Jensen) res Overland House 
Burns Thomas R. , books and stationery, SW cor Broadway 

and Seventh and SW cor Ninth and Broadway, res 75 

Valley 
Burns William J,, compositor Brooklyn Vidette, res 612 

East 14th 
Burns William S., capitalist, res 1258 Webster 
Burpee Joseph S., contractor and builder, res 1217 Myrtle 
Burpee Lester G., clerk E. C. Sessions, res 1217 Myrtle 
Burr Alfred, engraver (8. F.) res 1668 Thirteenth 
Burr C, fireman C. P. R. R. 
Burr George W., grainer, res 485 Prospect 
Burr Henry P., master mariner, res 1668 Thirteenth 
Burr Mamre G., carpenter and builder, res 485 Prospect 
BURRALL WILL H., notary public, real estate and loan 

agent, 1065 Broadway, res 614 Sixteenth 
Burrell & Gifford (Henry H. Burrell and Charles Gifford) 

shooting gallery, cigars and express, 1052 Broadway 
Burrell Albert W., real estate agent, 852 Broadway, res 318 

Third 
Burrell Alfred W., president California Building Co., office 

SW cor Grove and Second, res 2214 Telegraph av 
Burrell Henry H. (Burrell & Gifibrd) expressman, NW cor 

Eleventh and Broadway, res NW cor Twenty-eighth 

and Myrtle 
Burritt Alice Mrs., physician Homoeopathic Dispensary, 

office 367 Tenth, res 1068 Broadway 
Burrows Charles A., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1728 Wil- 
liam 
Burrows Frank D., bookkeeper, res 479 East 10th 
Burrows H. L., commission merchant (S. F.) res E s Ade- 
line nr Eleventh 
Burrows Mary A., widow, res 479 East 10th 



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• OAKLAND [ B ] DIRECTORY. 145 

Burrows William H., boilermaker, res 479 East 10th 
Burson Bjron S. (W. G. Fairchild & Co.) and Bay and 

Coast Telegraph Co., office 1152 Broadway, res 1350 

Market 
Burt James, merchant (S. F.) res 876 Wood 
Burtchaell George T. , plumber, res 1528 Broadway 
Burton William E., res 1912 Telegraph av 
Bush & Wheeler (Edward S. T. Bush and C. C. Wheeler) 

butchers, 867 Wood 
Bush C. A. Mrs. ladies' hairdresser, 823 Twenty-eighth 
Bush Cora, widow, res 1631 Atlantic 
Bush E. A. Mrs., widow, res 823 Twenty-eighth 
Bush E. D. Mrs., commission merchant (S. F.)res Johnson 

House 
Bush Edward S. T. (Bush & Wheeler) res 1167 Brush 
Bush Emma M., teacher music, res 1427 Eleventh av 
Bush H. F., mining, res 958 Clay 
Bush Eichard J., artist, Camron Block, res 1427 Eleventh 

av 
Bush ell Edward A., painter, res Somerset House 
Bushell Edward A. Mrs., proprietress Somerset House, 462 

Central av 
Bushell George, plumber J. A. C. Macdonald, res Broadway 

bet Twentieth and Twenty-first 
Bushell's Building, N s Central av bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington 
Bushnell Edward, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 542 Sycamore 
Busse Christian C. (Fleck & Busse) res 819 Twenty-fourth 
Buswell Clara A. Miss, dressmaker, res 1355 Telegraph av 
Buswell Elbridge G-, paints, oils, glass, artists materials and 

paper hangings, 864 Broadway, res Fruit Vale 
Butler & Bowman (John S. Butler and Isaac H. Bowman) 

book and job printers, 468 Ninth 
Butler C. C. Mrs., res 600 Seventeenth 
Butler Charles H., bookkeeper AVeston A; Welch, res 858 

Harrison 
Butler Charles H., captain stmr Gussie Telfair, res 548 

Caledonia av 
Butler Charles M., carpenter, res 806 Jefferson 
Butler Felix W., carpenter, res 806 Jefferson 
Butler Frank, barber William H. Stewart, res 379 Fifth 
Butler Frank, carpenter, res 811 AVashington 
Butler Frank M. (P. AV. Butler & Co.) res W s Webster av 

bet Moss av and Broadway 
Butler Frederick K, salesman E. H. Hyde & Co., res 212 

Ninth 



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Butler Frederick W. (P. W. Butler & Co.) res W s Webster 

av bet Moss av and Broadway 
Butler James H., sawyer Pioneer Planing Mills, res 1719 

Myrtle 
Butler John P., sawyer Eagle Box Factory, res 811 Wash- 
ington 
Butler John S. (Butler & Bowman) res 613 Fifteenth 
Butler Joseph, plumber and gasfitter (S. F.) res 1575 

Seventh 
Butler Louis, machinist, res 374 First 
Butler Martha Mrs., res 52 Valley 
Butler Phineas ^Y. (P. W. Butler & Co.) res W s Webster 

av bet Moss av and Broadway 
BUTLER P. W. & CO. (P. W., Frank M. and Fred. W. 

Butler) importers and dealers groceries and provisions, 

461 and 463 Fourteenth 
Butler Sarah Miss, seamstress, res 52 Valley 
Butler — , dressmaker, res 214 Central av 
Butner John, laborer, res Prospect nr Walsworth 
Butt Peter, groceries and liquors, 2202 Peralta 
BUTTERFIELD A. J. & CO. (Andrew J. Butterfield and 

Calvin J. Cressey) livery stable, 411 Thirteenth 
Butterfield Andrew J. (A. J. Butterfield & Co.) res N s Birch 

bet Telegraph av and Broadway, Temescal 
Butters Chai-les, mining, res W s Humboldt av nr Derby, 

Temescal 
Button Fred. L., attorney -a t-law Vrooman & Davis, 957^ 

Broadway, res 670 Second 
Button Orando, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 670 Second 
Bye Maria W. Miss, res 2224 Telegraph av 
Byington Joel S., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1210 West 
Byrne John, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Byrne John, res 826 Kirkham 
Byrnes J. B., employee C. P. R. R. 
Byrns John, laborer C. P. R. R. res 728 Lewis 
Byxbee Robert G. (H. B. Tichenor & Co., S. F.) res W s 

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Cable Samuel, miner, res 461 Twenty-second 
Cable Samuel G., clerk M. J. Keller, res 461 Twenty-second 
Cable William B., salesman (S. F.) res 461 Twenty-second 
Cade William H., horseman, res Park av nr Track 
Cadieux Isaac N., bartender P. Hayes, res 720 Broadway 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 147 

Cadogan Ellen D., domestic Mrs. S. N. Tompkins, 1405 

Alice 
Cadogan James F., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 860 Brush 
Cadogan James J., mining, res 860 Brush 
Cadogan John, student, res 860 Brush 
Cadogan Lawrence F., clerk (S. F.) res 860 Brush 
Cadogan Patrick F. , mining, res 860 Brush 
Cadogan William, laborer, res 1414 Eighth av 
Cady Daniel, laborer, res 652 Magnolia, rear 
Cady Edward, foreman Empire Hose No. 1, Oakland Fire 

Department, res 470 Sixth 
Cadj Mary E. Mrs., employment office, 525 Eighth 
Cady William, bartender C. A. Uhrig, res 838 Broadway 
Cady William J., butcher, res 525 Eighth 
Cady William J., clerk (S. F.) res 576 Thirty-fourth 
Cahen August, agent (S. F.) res 1627 Nineteenth av 
Cahill Christopher, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cahill Christopher C, photographer, res 862 Twentieth 
Cahill Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Cahill James (McGovern & Cahill) res 1509 Linden 
Cahill John J., painter, res 862 Twentieth 
Cahill John P., plumber John Rooney, res 1862 West 
Cahill Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., res 961 Third 
Cahill Peter H., gardener Alexander Campbell Sr., res 844 

Thirtieth 
Cahill William, laborer, res 127 Hannah 
Cahn Maier A. (Whitney's Express Co.) res Hartman House 
Cahorn Thomas, laborer, res Linden nr Twenty-second 
Caig David, carpenter (S. F.) res 1629 Market 
Cain James, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 1615 Fifth 
Caine Edward P., bookkeeper L. B. Edwards, res 1359 

Brush 
Caine James E., carpenter, res 1359 Brush 
Caire Arthur J., student University, res NE cor Eighth and 

Harrison 
Caire Justinian, hardware merchant (S. F.) res NE cor Eighth 

and Harrison 
Calden Alburn, farmer, res 827 Wood « 

Calderwood D. Mrs., res 1811 Short 
Calderwood Oscar S., stone cutter E. Knowles & Co., res 

753 Castro 
Caldwell Alfred, mining expert, res 367 East Central av 
Caldwell John, laborer, res 611 Madison 
Caldwell John C, carpenter, res 939 Thirty-fifth 
Caldwell Nettie Miss, nursemaid Warren Olney, 481 Pros- 
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148 OAKLAND [ C ] DIRECTORY. 

Calhoun Robert, liquor saloon and boarding, 601 Webster 
California Building Co., Alfred W. Burrell president, M. E. 

Ryan secretary, proprietors Enterprise Mills, SW cor 

Grove and Second 
CALIFORNIA DOOR CO., C. F. Doe president, Parker 

Hinkley secretary, manufacturers of doors, sash and 

blinds, 460-464 Second 
California Fire and Water Proof Paint Co., Rice & Davis' 

pateDt, W. H. Lowden secretary, office 555 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA HOSIERY CO., William H. Jordan presi- 
dent, John A. Swenarton manager, NE cor Jefferson and 

First 
CALIFORNIA ILLUSTRATED NEWS, James B. Wyman 

proprietor, 952 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO., L. B. Edwards agent, 

467 Ninth 
California Medical College, D. McLean president, A. Mac- 

Rae secretary, SW cor Clay and Eleventh 
CALIFORNIA MILITARY ACADEMY, Rev. David Mc- 

Olure principal, NE cor Telegraph av and Prospect 
California Mortgage Security Co., John Williams secretary, 

921 Broadway 
California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, Miller & Winsor 

proprietors, cor East Central and Park avs, office 1200 

Broadway 
CALIFORNIA PROTECTIVE LEAGUE, F. B. Haswell 

secretary, 924 Broadway 
CALIFORNIA VITRIFIED IRONSTONE SEWER PIPE 

WORKS, Gladding, McBean & Co. proprietors, 1170 

1172 Broadway 
Calisher Maurice, res 1256 Eighth 
Call Benjamin F., harnessmaker Marston & Palmer, res cor 

Jackson and Third 
CallM. A., clerk F. S. Page 
Call Mary A. Miss, teacher, res 1359 Brush 
Call Mattie C. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 

1359 Brush 
Call Milliard, driver, res 514 Fifteenth 
Call William W., dairyman, res 217 Third 
CaJlaghan Jeremiah, notary public and real estate agent, 870 

Washington, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan Joseph L. , clerk Louis Jaffe, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan William O., engineer P. C. S. S. Co., res 831 

Peralta 
Callahan Eugene, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Callahan Johanna, cook A. J. Ralston, 524 Twenty-fiifth 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 149 

Callahan Maggie, domestic Frank C. Havens, res E s Adams 
nr Lee 

Callisch Frank E., agent and operator C. P. E. R. East Oak- 
land, res Union Hotel 

Calmes Waller, farmer, res 1260 Grove 

Calnan Jane, widow, wines and liquors, 1403 Thirteenth 

Calou Mathieu, laundrjman Chevanton & Calou, res 1916 
8an Pablo av 

Calou Peter (Chevanton & Calou) res 1916 San Pablo av 

Calvert Charles C, butcher John W. Glaze, res 769 East 14th 

Camden Charles, mining, res 814 Tenth 

Cameron Duncan, farmer, res 661 East Central av 

Cameron Peter A., contractor, res 722 Eighteenth 

Camfield Jennie, domestic Simeon Morrill, E s Claremont 
av nr Telegraph av 

Camilloni & Co. (Giuseppe Camilloni, Angelo Selna and 
Louis Lagoria) fish dealers 9-11 City Market 

Camilloni Giuseppe) Camilloni, Selna & Lagoria and Camil- 
loni & Co.) resS. F. 

Camilloni, Selna & Lagoria (Giuseppe Camilloni, Angelo 
Selna and Louis Lagoria) fish dealers, 829 Broadway 

Camp Brothers (Michael and Louis Camp) furnishing goods, 
863 Broadway 

Camp Louis (Camp Brothers) res 373 Fifth 

Camp Michael (Camp Brothers) res 373 Fifth 

Campana Pietro, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Campbell Albert, carpenter, res 403 Ninth 

Campbell Alexander, attorn ey-at-law (S. F.) res Galindo 
Hotel 

Campbell Alexander, attorn ey-at-law (S. F.) res N s Orchard 
bet Telegraph av and Summit 

Campbell Alexander, real estate, res 566 Caledonia av 

Campbell Alexander, restaurant City Market, res NE cor 
Eleventh and Broadway 

Campbell Alonzo E., res S s Madison bet Ninth and Tenth 

Campbell Andrew, ranch foreman J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor 
Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Campbell A.W. Mrs., res 663 Twenty-fifth 

Campbell Colin, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res N s Orchard bet 
Telegraph av and Summit 

Campbell Edward, laborer, res 471 Twenty-sixth 

Campbell Edward M., second assistant engineer Oakland 
Fire Department, res 518 Eighth 

Campbell Edwin H., res 510 Seventh 

Campbell Fred. A., foreman Hose No. 2, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res junction San Pablo av and Market 



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Campbell George, farmer, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Campbell George A., clerk (S. F.) res 566 Caledonia av 

Campbell G. W., factory hand J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor 
Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Campbell Henry, coachman I. L. Requa, res Piedmont 

Campbell James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Campbell J. B., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 1771 Goss 

Campbell Jerome P., bookkeeper, res S s Madison bet Ninth 
and Tenth 

Campbell John, purifier Oakland Gas Light Co., res 467 
Twenty-sixth 

Campbell John, teamster J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Campbell Joseph T., collector (S. P.) res 1119 Pilbert 

Campbell L. H. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 
483 Plymouth av 

Campbell Martin, res 1687 Eighth 

Campbell Mary Miss, seamstress Carroll Cook, res 122 Lake 

Campbell M. B., clerk (S. P.) res 1687 Eighth 

Campbell Moses, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1687 Eighth 

Campbell Norman, carpenter, res 732 Linden 

Campbell Roger, laborer, res 841 Thirtieth 

Campbell Thomas, clerk Custom House (S, P.) res 1687 
Eighth 

Campbell Thomas, plasterer, res 916 Third 

Campbell Thomas, laborer J. Lusk & Co., res Ws Shattuck 
av opp Porty-ninth, Temescal 

Campbell William, solderer J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor 
Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Campbell William G., portrait painter (S. P.) res 687 Twen- 
ty-sixth 

Camper Andrew, carrier Tribune, res 502 East 23rd 

Campi Natali, cellarman Ghirardelli & Petar, res 310 Broad- 
way 

Campos Mercedes Miss, res 417 Durant 

Camron Block, 467 Fourteenth 

Cainron W. W., capitalist, res 467 Fourteenth 

Canapha Jacob, laborer, res 982 Wood 

Canares Henry, foreman Horatio P. Livermore, res cor 
Fourth and McAdam 

Candrigan Maria, domestic Noble Hamilton, 1271 Jackson 

Canepa Augustina, saloon (S. P.) res 1509 Seventh 

Canning J. Mrs., proprietor Erie House, 1113 Broadway 

Canning James, res Erie House 

Canning John, laborer Isaac L. Requa, res nr Vernal av, 
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Canning's Block, SW cor Thirteenth and Broadway 
Cannon Edward McClure, sewing machine agent, res 958 

Thirty-fifth 
Cannon John, deckhand stmr Oakland, res 410 First 
Cantiu Joseph P., stockbroker (S. F.) res 919 Adeline 
Canty W. W., boilermaker C P. E. R., res Seventh Street 

House 
Canuto Dominick, bricklayer, res N s Erie nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Capehart Charles E., clerk, res 1110 Linden 
Capell Howell P., clerk (S. F.) res 1171 Eighth av • 
Capell James R. (Benedict, Capell & Logan) and notary 

public, 457 Ninth, res 1171 Eighth av 
Capital House, George T. Lafleche proprietor, 552 Broad- 
way 
Capitol Hotel, Charles A. Weber proprietor, SW cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Captain of Police, W. F. Fletcher, City Hall 
Caraiiena J. A., gardener, res S s Evoy av nr Adeline, Tem- 
escal 
Carbary Kate Mrs., variety store, SW cor Campbell and 

Taylor 
Card Clark B., expressman, SW cor Tenth and Broadway, 

res 1215 Adeline 
Card I. D., dentist, res 1830 Seventh 
Card William M., farmer, res Bay nr Broadway 
Carden William C., carpenter, res 1161 Third 
Cardinet Adolphe, wine dealer, res 1110 Thirty-fourth 
Care Martin T., tailor Jacob Letter, res 559 Seventh 
Carey Ann, widow, res 1360 Thirteenth av 
Carey Frank, potter California Terra Cotta Co., res 1360 

Thirteenth av 
Carey James, fruit merchant, res 741 East 32nd, Lynn 
Carey James T., wood worker, res 1360 Thirteenth av 
Carlan Patrick, laborer C. P. R. R., res 811 Chester 
Carlen John W., cashier R. G. Dun & Co. (S. F.) res 780 

Eighteenth 
Carleton Alonzo B. (Carleton Brothers) res 1370 Tele- 
graph av 
Carleton Brothers (John A. and Alonzo B, Carleton) wood 

and coal, 1307 Telegraph av 
Carleton Charles A., hackdriver, res 313 Sixth 
Carleton Charles E., broker, resS s San Pablo av nrDwight 

Way I .^, 

Carleton George H., fire warden and superintendent fire "^^j 
j alarm telegraph. City Hall, res Centennial Hotel 

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Carleton John A, (Carleton Brothers) res 1307 Telegraph av 
Carleton William Mrs., widow, res W s San Pablo av nr 

D wight Way 
Carlisle Nellie, domestic W. S. Murphy, 666 Thirty-third 
Carlisle Samuel S., contractor and builder, res Vinzent Block 
Carlsen Sigritt, domestic Eudolph Hochkolier, 1353 Web- 
ster 
Carlson Christina, domestic NE cor East 14th and Adeline 
Carlson Conrad, teamster, res 664 Twenty-fifth 
Carlson Constance, domestic George Kobins, Temescal 
Carlson Thomas, res 768 Fifteenth 
Carlson Thomas A., student, res 768 Fifteenth 
Carlton Henry P., teacher Alameda High School, res Nine- 
teenth bet Brush and Castro 
Carman Francis V., carpenter, res 1555 Third 
Carmen F. V., saddler, res 886 Cedar 
Carmody Mary, widow, res 566 Sixth 
Carmon Edward, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 863 Cenert 
Carneal Thomas D., attorney -at-la w (S.F.) res NE cor Four- 
teenth and Brush 
Carney & Nolan (Jeremiah Carney and James Nolan) liquor 

saloon, 417 Seventh 
Carnev Jeremiah (Carney & Nolan) res 417 Seventh 
Caro Armand, clerk (S. F.) res 515 Tenth 
Caro Charles, salesman Bell Brothers, res 1012 Webster 
Caro Samuel, clothing and gents' furnishing goods, NW cor 

Eighth and Broadway, res 515 Tenth 
Carothers John T., station baggage agent C. P.R. E. (S.F.) 

res 1623 Eighth 
Carpenter Charles, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

372 First 
Carpenter Edward W., res Isabella nr Market 
Carpenter George A., employee C. P. R. E., res Star House 
Carpenter Harriet, widow, res 372 First 
Carpenter H. B., U. S. deputy surveyor, res 839 Harrison 
Carjjenter James, machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 372 

First 
Carpenter John K., clerk Miller & Winsor, res 1642 Myrtle 
Carpenter John S., clerk, res 372 First 
Carpenter Lewis, broom factory, res 1329 Ninth av 
Carpenter Oliver, dentist, 1055 Broadway, room 4, res 556 

Delger 
Carpenter William, bronzer (S. F.) res 864 Isabella 
Carpenter William C, chop house, 454 Eleventh 
Carpentier Edward E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res NW cor 
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Carpentier Horace W. , attornej-at-law, res NW cor Third 
and Alice 

Carpentier Jules, wines and liquors, East 14tli nr Twenty- 
sixth av 

Carr Laurence, capitalist, res 219 Tenth 

Carr Levi T., attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, rooms 4-5, res 
977 Ninth av 

Carreau Joseph, blacksmith, E s San Pablo av E. R. cross- 
ing, res Temescal 

Carrick David S. (Hayes, Oarrick & Co.) res 602 East 15th 

Carrick John W., capitalist (S. F.) res 753 Eighth " 

Carrier Ida, domestic Homoeopathic Hospital, 864 Nine- 
teenth 

Carroher James, blacksmith, res St. Louis House 

Carroll Charles, clerk, res 1017 Webster 

Carroll George, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 767 
Lvdia 

Carroll George W., engineer C. P. R. R., res 960 Campbell 

Carroll James, laborer, res 410 Tenth 

Carroll John, laborer, res 1735 Adeline 

Carroll John, teamster, res 155 East 10th 

Carroll Margaret Mrs., lady's nurse, res N s Thirty-ninth nr 
Grove, Temescal i 

Carroll Margaret Mrs., variet}^ store, 359 B 

Carroll Martin, pedlar, res SE cor Grove and Thirty-ninth, 
Temescal 

Carroll Michael, mason, res 857 Twenty-second 

Carroll N. J. Miss, res 150 Lake 

Carroll Nora Mrs., res N s S])riug nr Adeline, Temescal 

Carroll Patrick, laborer Oakland Ice Co., res 1024 Fifth 

Carroll Robert, stableman, res 1001 Franklin 

Carroll Thomas, res SW cor Fruit Vale av and East 27th, 
Fruit Vale 

Carroll Weslej-, mining, res SW cor Fruit Vale av and East 
27th, Fruit Vale 

Carroll William, res 756 Seventh 

Carruth C W., job printer Pacific Press, res 702 Eleventh 

CARRUTH li. D. MRS., secretary Pacific Press, res 702 
Eleventh 

Carson Benjamin F., plasterer, res 858 Harrison 

Carson Charles, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Carson Frank, teamster Weston & Welch, res 558 Harri- 
son 

Carson Thomas, carv,>r Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 

Carsten Theodore, candymaker (S. F.)res 762 Chester 

Carter A. C, collector, res 1156 Broadway 



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Carter August, gardener Charles Langley, res 156 East Cen- 
tral av 
Carter Benjamin F., marblecutter, res 1423 Linden 
Carter Benjamin H., janitor Tompkins School, res 733 

Linden 
Carter Charles W., mining, res 534 Knox pi 
Carter Frank, hostler Tubbs Hotel 
Carter George, engineer Oakland Planing Mills 
Carter George A., res 360 Eighth 

Carter H. K., farmer, res E s Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Carter John, hostler Tubbs Hotel 

Carter John, merchant tailor, 468| Eighth, res 1423 Linden 
Carter John W., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1006 Jackson 
Carter Lizzie, domestic H. B. Underbill, 1605 Telegraph av 
Carter Matthew, laborer, res W s Humboldt nr Blake, 

Carter Kobert J., laborer C P. R. R., res W s Humboldt 
nr Blake, Temescal 

Carter Thomas, tailor M. J. Healy, res New York Hotel 

Carter William F. (Adams & Carter, S. F.) res 1476 Ninth 

Carter William H., marblecutter James Sullivan, res 1423 
Linden 

Carteron Edward, gardener, res 620 Fifth, rear 

Cartlidge A. G., wine spirit agent, res W s Twenty-third av 
nr East 14th 

Cartwright Alfred D., clerk general freight office C. P. 
R. R. (S. F.) res 771 Fourteenth 

Carvell Theodore F., proprietor Bay and Lombard Ware- 
houses (S. F.) res 358 East 17th 

Carvill Almon C, carriage manufacturer (S. F.) res New- 
land's Hotel 

Cary Clarence A., photographer, 475 Seventh, and W s San 
Pablo av bet Fifteenth and Sixteenth, res 860 Twenty- 
sixth 

Cary Edward, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Cary Frank M., barkeeper J. J. Hanifin, res 203 B 

Cary George, capitalist, res 363| Twelfth 

Cary H. Mrs., baunscheidtist, office and res 363|^ Twelfth 

Cary Luther H., physician, res 916 Eighth 

Caryl Charles W., clerk Porter Brothers & Wing, res 477 
Ninth 

Casavant Alphonse, wines and liquors, 715 Broadway 

CASE CHARLES E., physician and surgeon, office 1116 
Broadway, res 1014 Chestnut 

Case Edwin G. (Redman & Case) res 1014 Chestnut 

Case Elijah, res 1258 Eighth 



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Case Isham, stockbroker, res 1179 Sixteenth av 

Case John, landscape gardener, res 1206 Fourteenth 

Casey Jeremiah, harnessmaker (S. F.) res 1167 Third 

Casey John, extraman Hose No. 2, Oakland Fire Depait- 
ment, res junction San Pablo av and Market 

Casey John, horseshoer, 418 Seventh, res 1808 Grove 

Casey Michael, horseshoer John Casey, res 1808 Grove 

Casey Michael, laborer, res N s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo av 

Casey Patrick, porter, res 1415 Thirteenth 

Casey Rose, chambermaid Tubbs Hotel 

Casey William J., clerk C. P. R. E. (S. F.) res SE cor Sev- 
enth and Oak 

Cashin William, liquor saloon, 420 B 

Caspar Jacob, res 577 Second 

Casperson Julius, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 

Casserly Maria, domestic Edward Hackett, res 1303 Jackson 

Cassey Peter W., clergyman, res 716 Filbert 

Cassidy Edward, butcher, res SE cor Broadway and Fourth 

Cassidy James, liquor saloon, W s San Pablo av nr Stan- 
ford av 

Cassidy William J., bookkeeper Times Publishing Co., res 
223 Tenth 

Cassin John (Harbourne & Cassin) res SE cor Telegraph 
and First avs, Temescal 

Castle Andrew, groom, res Seminary Park Station 

Castle Dome Mining and Smelting Co., W. P. Miller super- 
intendent, works Es Bay avnr Melrose Station C.P.R.R. 

Castello Aestas E-, attorney-at-law, 456 Eighth, rooms 4-5, 
res 261 Central av 

Castro Frank, laborer, res 1848 Grove 

Castro Peter, res 362 Seventh 

Caswell George W., clerk (S. F.) res W s Fruit Vale av nr 
Hopkins 

Gather Joseph P. J., cashier Huntington, Hopkins & Co. 
(S. F.) res 1622 Taylor 

Cator Frank, longshoreman (S. F.) res 211 Louise 

Cattell Joseph E., dairyman, resE sHighnr R. R. crossing, 
Melrose 

Catton Frederick R., clerk (S. F.) res 1461 Ninth 

Cattrun J. H., joiner C. P. R. R. 

Cauffman Robert S., salesman (S. F.) res 1264 Twelfth av 

Cauldwell Charles H., porter C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 722 
Filbert 

Caulesberry Simon R., barber James Washington, res 1463 
Grove 

Caulfield A. B., salesman (S. F.) res 1703 Eighth 



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Caulkins Nora, widow, res 704 Market 

Cavagnaro Antonio, bootblack, cor Eighth and Broadway, 

res 702 Brush 
Cavagnaro Fiorenzo, salesman Alameda County Ice Co., res 

NW cor Seventh and Washington 
Cavagnaro Thomas, bootblack, cor Eighth and Broadway, 

res 655 Myrtle 
Cavanagh Edward, contractor, 1172 Broadway, res 1164 

Twelfth 
Cavanagh Martin, gardener, res 688 Twenty-seventh 
Cavauaugh Mary, domestic E s Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 
Cavasso B. J., salesman Continental Oil and Transportation 

Co., res S s Third bet Grove and Castro 
Caverly Orin E., messenger Steere & Colby, res 1726 

Ninth av 
Cavero Joseph, groceries, 925 Third 
Cearley John B., brakeman C. P. E. K., res Seventh Street 

House 
Cecil S. W. , sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills, res 619 Fifth 
Centennial House, Eichard Cusick proprietor, 1838 Seventh 
Centennial House, Mrs. O. E. Johnson proprietress, NE cor 

Clay and Fourteenth 
Centennial M. E. Church, G. Newton pastor, W s Camp- 
bell bet Chase and Taylor 
Center James, res 1351 Kirkham 
Central Block, SE cor Broadway and Central av 
Central Hall, Camron Block, 467 Fourteen,th 
Central Land Co. (The) J. F. Houghton president, F. B. 

Haswell secretary and treasurer, office 924 Broadway 
Central Pacific Oyster Saloon, John Viscovich proprietor, 

S s Seventh bet Market and West 
Central Pacific Eailroad House, E. Yenoglia proprietor, 

E s Bay bet Seventh and William 
Cereseto Luigi, laborer Dominico Grondona, res NW cor 

Wood and Thirteenth 
Cerf Aron, money broker, res 263 Fourth 
Cerini Frank C. Mrs., widow, res 1803 Market 
CHABOT A., president Contra Costa Water Co., office 458 

Eighth, res 104 East 15th 
Chabot Eemi, superintendent Contra Costa Water Co., 

office 458 Eighth, res 277 Eighth 
Chace Herbert M., shorthand reporter (S F.) res 821 East 

Central av 
Chadbourne Jabez, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1409 Grove 
Chadbourne M. E. Mrs., teacher Temescal School, res W s 

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OAKLAND [ ] DIRKCTORY. 157 

Chadwick Nathaniel M., messenger Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F ) 

res 1066 East 24th 
Chalmers Eobert, res S s First av nr Telegraph ay, Temescal 
Chalmers William, carpenter, res 510 Fifth 
Chamberlain Alfred M., sashmaker Pioneer Planing Mills 

res 960 Claj 
Chamberlain Charles H., receiver U. S. Land Office (S. F.) 

res 616 Fifteenth 
Chamberlain Edwin W., foreman Oakland Planing Mills, 

res 817 Center 
Chamberlain L. L., student, res 301 Tenth 
Chamberlain S., joiner C. P. K. E., res 1860 William 
Chamberlain Seth M., -svaiter Union Hotel, res Union Hotel 
Chamberlain Silas, sashmaker, res 361 Fifth 
Chambers Frederick W., tinner Owen C. Kirk, res 710 

Webster 
Chambers George (Gladding, McBean & Co.) res Chicago, 111. 
Chambers Eobert, driver Lane's Omnibus Line, res Lake 

Shore av nr Brooklyn 
Champion Mrs., laundress, res 373 Fourth 
Champion Albert C, with Thompson & West, res 1307 

Jefferson 
Champliu Samuel A., housemover, res 871 Twenty-second 
Chanarou Hilarion (Briones & Chanaron) res 651 Jackson 
Chanaron Mateo, barber Briones & Chanaron, res 6 ';4 Jackson 
Chance John, engineer C. P. E. E., res Star House 
Chandler Charles A. (Stewart & Chandler) res 962 Thirty-fifth 
Chandler E. L., draftsman Oakland Planing Mills, res Ala- 
meda 
Chandler Lyman M., engineer Castle Dome Mining and 

Smelting Co., res Bay av nr railroad station, Melrose 
Chandler William L., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1221 Adeline 
Chantereau Etienne, capitalist, res 816 Washington 
Chapman Alfred P, painter, res 531 Eighteenth 
Chapman Cynthia, widow, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman E. A., proofreader Pacific Press, res cor Central av 

and Castro 
Chapman Edgar C, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Edmund B,, clerk (S. F.) res 1021 Ninth av 
Chapman Henry, jeweler (S. F.)res Ws Dover bet Mariposa 

and Benton, Temescal 
Chapman Henry L., mining, res 924 Thirty -sixth, Temescal 
Chapman James, engineer Oakland Bag Manufacturing Co., 

res 162 East 9th 
Chapman James F., shipping merchant (S. F.) res 1021 

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158 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Chapman John J., salesman 'S. & J. Greenhood, res 1930 
San Pablo av 

Chapman Lemuel A. (J. C. Todd & Co.) res Alameda 

Chapman Melvin C, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 

Chapman Minnie Mrs., governess West Evans, 542 Sycamore 

Chapman William H., painter, res 534 Eighteenth 

Chapplain John D., carpenter and builder, res 1931 Grove 

Charity Cornelius H., groceries, 802 Broadway, res 845 Har- 
rison 

Charlebois T., res 1579 Broadway 

Charles Edwin, driver Henry 8. Jones, res 490 Twenty-fifth 

Charpentier Peter, groceries, 612 Franklin 

Charroin Allen, res 814 Henry 

Charroin Ellen, widow, res 814 Henry 

Charter Oak Hotel, William M. Hall proprietor, 1765 Seventh 

Chartrand Lexiea E., clerk Louis Chartrand, res 560 Frank- 
lin 

Chartrand Louis, proprietor St. Louis House, 560 Franklin 

Chase A. Miss, res Kohler-Chase House 

Chase Albert R., hostler M. G. Wheeler, res 1688 Tele- 
graph av 

Chase Andrew K., salesman (S. F.) res 1050 Peralta 

Chase Caroline M. Mrs., res 666 Thirty-third 

Chase Charles B., res NW cor Division and Wood 

Chase Edward C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res NW cor Division 
and Wood 

Chase Edward J., sergeant police, res 927 Wood 

Chase George, copyist County Recorder's Office, res 202 
East 9th 

Chase M. E. Mrs., proprietress Johnson House, SW cor San 
Pablo av and Eighteenth 

Chase Moses, res 202 East 9th 

Chase Quincy A. (Kohler & Chase) res NW cor Eighth and 
Wood 

Chatfield James M. , teamster Hickok & Son, res 418 Third, 
rear 

Chatwood Hobart Rev., associate rector St. Paul's Church, 
res 1235 Broadway 

Chauche A. G., liquor dealer (S. F.) res 855 Alice 

Chauflin Dennis, painter, res 861 Harrison 

Chauvet Louise Mrs., res S s Forty-eighth nr Shattuck av, 
Temescal 

Cliave Alfred, dish washer G. C. Fisher 

Chendle Charles, laborer, res 2080 Thirteenth av, Lynn 

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Cheney Merrick L., clerk (S. F.) res 824 Myrtle 

Cheney Oliver, teamster J. Homer Fritch, res 1017 Franklin 

Chenoweth Edward, sign painter, res 803 Jefferson 

Chenoweth Elizabeth Mrs., res 803 Jefferson 

Chenoweth John M., bartender, res 803 Jefferson 

Chenoweth Wellington H., painter, res 803 Jefferson 

Chenoweth William H., bartender, res 803 Jefferson 

Chepie Jean, baker Louge & Baleran, res 617 Broadway 

Cherry John, laborer, res 667 Twenty-sixth 

Chesebrough A. (Williams, Dimond & Co., S. F.) res SE 
cor Seventh and Oak < 

Chesniit James G., teacher, res W s Oakland av nr Pros- 
pect av 

Chesnut John A., carpenter, res Walsworth nr Prospect av 

Chessman John, res 1533 San Pablo av 

Chessman Joseph, block manufacturer (S. F.) res NE cor 
East 14th and Twelfth av 

Chester Charles, carpenter, res 811 Adeline 

Chevalier Louis M., barber, 705 Broadway 

Chevanton & Calou (Frangois Chevanton and Peter Calou) 
laundry, 1916 San Pablo av 

Chevanton Francois (Chevanton & Calou) res 1916 San 
Pablo av 

Cheyrias Seraphin, cook Pagge Brothers, res SE cor Seventh 
and Broadway 

Chichester J. Harvey, telegraph operator C. P. R. E., res 
Bay av nr R. R. crossing, Melrose 

Chick Orra Mrs., res SE cor Temescal and Maple, Tem- 
escal 

Chickering William H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 625 
Fourteenth 

Chief Engineer Fire Department, James Hill, City HaU 

CHIEFTAIN LIVERY STABLE, Charles A. McCloud pro- 
prietor, NW cor Ninth and West 

CHILD E. Mrs., proprietress Arcade House, 1207 Broadway 
and 1208 San Pablo av 

CHILD EDWARD, contractor, res 1207 Broadway 

Child George F., general agent, res 1316 Telegraph av 

Childs Andrew J., picture dealer (S. F.) res 1011 Franklin 

Childs Elmer, draftsman William Stokes, res 864 Clay 

Childs George, res 1003 Twenty-second 

Childs James W., seaman, res 727 Fourth 

Childs John, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1003 Twenty-second 

Childs Joseph, res E s Kirkham bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth 

Childs William A., mining expert, res 316 Tenth 



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160 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Childs William W., bricklayer, res 864 Clay 

Chilton Arthur, gardener Joseph Hunt, res 1755 Twenty- 
first av 

Chin Took (Chinese) groceries, 369 Eighth 

China Chim (Chinese) laundry, 421 Tenth 

Chinese Christian Association Building, 264 Thirteenth 

Chinese Christian Association of the First Baptist Church, 
719 Eleventh 

Chinese Mission Methodist Episcopal Church, 612 Fifteenth 

Chinese Presbyterian Church, Rev. I. M. Condit pastor, 264 
Thirteenth 

Chinese R. P. Mission, 1417 Central av 

Chismore H. E. Mrs., res 912 Center 

Chittenden Henry H. (George W. Babcock & Co.) res 1079 
Central av 

Chittenden Royal G., salesman Joseph G. Beach, res Ala- 
meda 

Chloupek Vincent, machinist Alameda Iron Works and en- 
gineer Engine No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, res Fif- 
teenth rear City Hall 

Christen William, compositor (S. F.) res 763 Campbell 

Christensen Ferdinand, laborer, res 142 Hannah 

Christian Church, Rev. S. E. Pearre pastor, NE cor Fif- 
teenth and Clay 

Christiancy James, fireman C. P. R. R. 

Christiansen Henry O., master mariner, res 720 Harrison 

Christianson Chris., farm hand C.N. Tharsing, res W s High 
nr Old County Road 

Christison Ivi, teamster J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Christofi'ersen Anthony, blacksmith (S. F.) res 1410 Seven- 
teenth 

Christopher B. K., clerk C. F. Whitton, res S. F. 

Chrissinger Philip B., driver Henry Schellhaas, res 701 Har- 
rison 

Christv Charles, carpenter, res 1607 Myrtle 

Chu Pawn (Chu Pawn & Co.) res 763 Eleventh 

CHU PAWN & CO. (Chu Pawn) Japanese bazaar, 464 Cen- 
tral av nr Broadway 

Chubb Charles M., carpenter and stairbuilder C. P. R. R., 
res 1576 Chestnut 

Chubb John, res 1576 Chestnut 

Church Augustus M., Justice of the Peace, 468 Eighth, res 
1322 Tenth 

Church Gideon,. laborer, res 1112 Fifteenth av 

Church H. E., special policeman, res 1112 Linden 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 161 

Church Joseph W., clerk (S. F.) res 826 Fifteenth 

Church of Christ, Rev. Carroll Kendrick pastor, Medical 

Hall, SW cor Clay aud Eleventh 
Church of the Advent (Episcopal) Eev. Hamilton Lee rector, 

NE cor East 20th aud Twelfth av 
CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Eev. 

Michael King pastor, Rev. Patrick Maguire assistant 

pastor, SW cor Eighth and Jeiferson 
Chui-ch of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Rev. L. Serda pastor, 

N s Fortieth nr Grove, Temescal 
Church of the Seventh Day Adventists, NE cor Thirteenth 

and Clay 
Church Roderick W., deputy assessor Oakland Township, 

res 1322 Tenth 
Churchill Francis W., res 1368 Tenth 
Churchill Robert P., res 1368 Tenth 
Churchill William H., merchant, res 1368 Tenth 
Cindra Manuel, farmer, res Tubbs' Ranch, Hays Valley 
CITY ASSESSOR, Joseph M. Dillon, City Hall 
CITY ATTORNEY, John M. Poston, City Hall 
CITY CLERK, James Dods, City Hall 
CITY COUNCIL, G. W. Babcock president, J. C Millan, 

L. G. Cole, Jesse S. Wall, David Hewes, James Gill 

and J. B. White, City Hall 
CITY ENGINEER, Thomas W. Morgan, City Hall 
CITY HALL, NW cor Fourteenth and San Pablo av 
City Hall Stables, W. A. Richards proprietor, 514 Four- 
teenth 
CITY ITEMIZER, (semi-weekly) Richard S. Gladding 

publisher and proprietor, 471 Thirteenth 
CITY LICENSE COLLECTOR, J. A. Booth, City Hall 
Citv Market, 416-418 Eleventh and 415-417 Central av 
CITY MARSHAL, Myron E. Clough, City Hall 
CITY PHYSICIAN, E. H. Woolsey, M. D., City Hall 
CITY SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC SCHOOLS, H. J. 

Todd, City Hall 
CITY TAX COLLECTOR, Myron E. Clough, City Hall 
CITY TREASURER, James Dods, City Hall 
CITY WHARF, William Harwood, wharfinger foot of 

Webster 
Claffey James, grainer, res 1211 Franklin 
Clancy Bridget, domestic 704 Eighth 
Clarence B. Miss, teacher German-American School, res 6 

Langton(S. F.) 
Clarendon House, Mrs. J. Hovenden proprietress, 855 

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162 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Clarey Charles, coachman Edward Hackett, res 1303 Franklin 

Clark"& Woolley (George Clark and John Woolley) boiler- 
makers, 668 Franklin 

Clark A. K., secretary Seattle Coal and Transportation Co. 
(S. F.) res 717 Tenth 

Clark Ann, widow, res 671 Clinton, Lynn 

Clark Annie C, widow, dressmaker, res 705 Harrison 

Clark Belle Mrs., boarding, 835 Market 

Clark Carlton H., clerk freight department C. P. R. E. (S. 
F.) res 778 Eleventh 

Clark Charles, carpenter, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph 
Av, Temescal 

Clark Charles B., pilot C. P. E. E. steamers, res 1055 
Campbell 

Clark Charles K., secretary Home Security and Loan Asso- 
ciation, res NE cor Berkeley "Way and Grant, Berkeley 

Clark Carrie Mrs., res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av, 

Clark Edwin A., res 1440 Filbert 

Clark Daniel P., res 163 Tenth 

Clark Foster T., liverystable 1066 Thirteenth av 

Clark George (Clark & Woolley) res 1767 Goss 

Clark G. W., joiner C. P. E. E., res 861 Cedar 

Clark Henry C., hay and grain, S s Bay av, Melrose 

Clark H. D., engineer C. P. E. E. 

CLARK HORACE, confectionery and notions. Market Street 
Station, res 761 Sixth 

Clark Hugh, plasterer, res 77 Valley 

Clark Isabella Mrs., res 856 Adeline 

Clark James, groceries and liquors, 977 Fifth 

Clark James A. (James A. Clark & Co.) res NE cor Forty- 
third and Grove, Temescal 

Clark James A. & Co. (James A. Clark and William AUing- 
ham) artesian well borers, NE cor Forty-third and Grove, 
Temescal 

Clark James E., laborer M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 

Clark Jerome B., fireman C. P. E. E., res 1718 Eighth 

Clark John, potter, res 1356 Eighteenth 

Clark John J ., student, res 1263 Webster 

Clark John W., inventor, res 225 Third 

Clark King, porter (S. F.) res 757 Market 

Clark Marion, liquor saloon, 950 Broadway , res 461| Fourth 

Clark M. C. Mrs., res 1207 Broadway 

Clark Myron S., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1261 Cypress 

CLARK NATHANIEL, proprietor Pacific Pottery (Sacra- 
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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 163 

Clark Patrick, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Clark Peter, teamster Merrill & Son, res 1443 Linden 

Clark Eachel Miss, res N s Temescal nr Telegraph av, Tem- 

escal 
Clark Rebecca Miss, res N s Temescal nr Telegraph av, 

Temgscal 
Clark Richard N., porter C. P. R. R., res 1864 West 
CLARK ROBERT V., proprietor Golden Star Hotel, 836 

Broadway 
Clark Sarah Miss, res N s Temescal nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Clark S. C, engineer C. P. R. R. 

Clark Stephen J., clerk Post Office (S. F.) res 1360 Seven- 
teenth 
Clark Thomas, blacksmith C. P. R. R. 
Clark William, res SE cor Fifth av and East 10th 
Clarke Daniel, porter J. W. Smith, res Oakland House 
Clarke Edwin A., laborer, res 1440 Filbert 
Clarke Thomas B., clerk U. S. Sub-Treasury (S. F.) res 

658 Eighth 
Clarke W. Hamilton, clerk Mint (S. F.) res Deming House 
Clarrage Edward D., sewing machine agent (S. F.) res 715 

Tenth 
Clarsan Louisa, domestic 304 East 17th 

Clary John F., bookkeeper William Berringer, res 922 Fifth 
CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL, George F. Degen 

principal, 1265 Franklin 
Classon & Trost (John Classon and Gustavus Trost) barbers 

and cigar dealers, 1010 Broadway 
Classon John (Classon & Trost) res 515 Delger 
Claus Alex., cook M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Claus Heniy, cook M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Clausen Charles, plasterer, res 2126 Chestnut 
Claveau Fredericka Mrs., groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Fourth and Cla}' 
Claveau Louis, miller Samm's Flouring Mills, res NE cor 

Fourth and Clay 
Clavelot Alcide, sawmaker, 411 Seventh 
Clawson William F., principal Tompkins School, res 1964 

San Pablo av 
Clay Frederic, merchant (S. F.) res Old County Road nr 

Hays Ranch 
Clay Henry, cigarmaker, res W s Union av nr San Pablo av 
Clayton & Kirk (William B. Clayton and George A. Kirk) 

cabinetmakers and carpenters, 408 Tenth 
Clayton Charles, commission merchant (S. F.) res 710 Fif- 
teenth 



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164 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Clayton N. B. Mrs., res 674 Thirty-fourth 
Clayton William B. (Clayton & Kirk) res 517 Ninth 
Cleagle Joseph, laborer, res 252 B 

Clear Thomas, fireman Oakland Gaslight Co., res 358 Ninth 
Cleary Bridget, domestic 1114 Twelfth 

Cleary James, florist, Peralta bet Thirty-sixth and Thirty- 
seventh 
Cleary Mary, domestic, 362 First 
Cleary Michael, merchant, res 1065 Jackson 
Cleary William, farm hand J. Lnsk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Cleland Francis G., engineer, res 1366 Tenth 
Clem P. W. Mrs., res 1559 Broadway 
Clement Carrie Mrs., res 762 Eighteenth 
Clement C. H. Mrs., teacher, res 665 Central av 
Clement Charles H.. traveling agent Payot, Upham & Co. 

(S. F.) res 665 Central av 
Clement Ephraim B., searcher records (S. F.) res 1264 

Harrison 
Clement Lewis M., superintendent track C. P. R. R. (S. F.) 

res 1013 Central av 
Clement Otto, draftsman, res 1009 Twenty-sixth 
Clements Frank, brassfounder (S. F.) res 1824 William 
Clements John, master mariner, res 1641 Adeline 
Clements M. L., pressman Pacifi.c Press, res cor Central av 

and Castro 
Clements Thomas, painter C. P. R. R. 
Clerk City, James Dods, Citv Hall 
Clerk Police Court, D. E. B^rtree, City Hall 
Clifford A. F., signpainter, res 866 Twenty-first 
Clifford Frederick, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 7 Pearson's 

Row 
Clifford John, laborer, res 813 Chester 
Clifford Joseph, engineer C. P. R. R., res 622 Lewis 
Clifford Thomas, car driver Oakland R. R., res SW cor Tel- 
egraph av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 
Clifford Timothy, laborer, res Magnolia nr Twenty-fourth 
Clifford W^illiam, blacksmith Haller & Nolan, res 836 Broad- 
way 
Clift William, mining superintendent, res 1217 Webster 
Clifton William, bookkeeper Grayson, Harrell & Co., res 

Nicholl House 
Cline Nehemiah, porter J. Mora Moss, res 474 Twenty-sixth 
CLINTON FLOUR MILLS, Weston & Welch proprietors, 
cor Twelfth av and East 11th, ofiice and warehouse 
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Clinton House, SW cor Sixth av and East Central av 

Clisby Setli, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 535 Thirty-sixth 

Clivio C, groceries and fruits, 920 Broadway 

Clodius Frida, seamstress, 576 Eighth 

Cloeren Edward, foreman Oakland Brewery, res 2030 Broad- 
way 

Clonen John (Gibbons & Clonen) res SE cor Seventh and 
Henry 

Clooney & O'Brien (Thomas J. Clooney and William O'Brien) 
hay and grain, wood and coal, NW cor Seventh and 
Henry 

Clooney Thomas J. (Clooney & O'Brien) res 1519 Fifth 

Cloudman Charles H., shoemaker, 1357 Peralta 

Clough Alton H., res N s East 16th bet Twenty -second and 
Twenty-third avs 

Clough James P., dairyman, res N s East 16th bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third avs 

Clough Jane, domestic George J. Mitchell, 568 Caledonia av 

CLOUGH MYRON E., City Marshal and Tax Collector, 
office City Hall, res 569 Eighth 

Clow Amelia B. Miss, teacher Durant School, res 571 Cale- 
donia av 

Clow J. Bruce, medical student J. M. Selfridge, res 571 Cal- 
edonia av 

Clow Mary B. Miss, teacher, res 571 Caledonia av 

Clow R. Mrs., widow, res 571 Caledonia av 

Cluskey Henry, secretary Hardy Powder Co. (S.F.) res 1573 
Broadway 

Clymer James J., capitalist, res 306 Fourteenth 

Clynes Michael, hostler, res 658 Magnolia 

Coady R. E., livery stable (Alameda) res 814 Central av 

Coakley Daniel, laborer, res 828 Fifteenth 

Coates Caleb, liquor dealer (S. F.) res 916 Center 

Coates Charles A., painter, res 2034 Chestnut 

Coates Edward J., groceries and liquors, NE cor Adeline 
and Fourteenth 

Coates Fannie, widow, res 363^ Central av 

Coates William D., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 482 Edwards 

Coats F. C, agent, res 564 East 16th 

Cobb D. L., printer Pacific Press, res cor Central av and 
Castro 

Cobb George D., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res NE cor Eighth 
and Brush 

Cobb Louis, carpenter, res 1814 Atlantic 

Cobb Marietta S. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res Eemil- 
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Cobb Moses G., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res NE cor Eighth 
and Brush 

Cobb Kufus S., watchman C. P. E. R., res Ship Yard 

Cobbledick James, res 177 East Central av 

Coby Peter, laborer, res 670 East 16th, rear 

Cochran Asa H., painter, res 1114 Tenth av 

Cochran Jesse F., signpainter, res 1640 Myrtle 

Cochran John T., commission merchant (S. F.) res 560 Six- 
teenth 

Cody John, laborer, res 362 B 

Coe John T., collector, 921 Broadway, res 514 Fifteenth 

Cofer W. W. picture-frame maker S. A. Perry & Co., res 
1355 Telegraph av 

Coffee Michael H., dry and fancy goods, 875 Broadway, res 
559 Eighth 

Coffey William, res 1423 San Pablo av 

Coffey William J., compositor Pacific Press, res 810 Filbert 

Coffin Albert F., stockbroker (S. F.) res 726 Fifteenth 

Coffin Arthur W., clerk (S. F.) res 726 Fifteenth 

Coffin C. S. Mrs., widow, res 1159 Alice 

Coffin E. Mrs., res 1165 Washington 

Coggeshall Frederic C, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr 
Temescal Creek 

Coghlan John, mining, res E s Fortieth nr Telegraph av, 
Temescal 

Cogswell J. P., real estate, res 1116 West 

Cohen Jacob M., res 1696 Seventh 

Cohen James, blacksmith C. P. R. R., res 815 Twenty-second 

Cohen Philip, res 619 Ninth 

Cohen John, painter, res 1852 Division 

Cohen R., res 863 Wood 

Cohen Rebecca Mrs., stationerv, cigars, tobacco and fancy 
goods, 863 Wood 

Cohen Simon S., groceries, 1743 Adeline 

Conn Abraham, glazier A. Marks, res 915 W^ebster 

COHN I. E., physician, office and res 1258 Eighth 

Cohn John J., painter, res NW cor Cedar and Division 

Cohn Louis, wharfinger (S. F.) res 667 Central av 

Coin Albert, baker Longe & Baliran, res 1228 Broadway 

Coin Raimond, laundry, 1228 Broad^vay 

Coiteux Joseph, teamster Remillard Brick Co., res 560 Second 

Coker William, mining, res 562 Eleventh 

Colbacker Theodore, laborer, res W s San Pablo av nr rail- 
road crossing 

Colbarn Edward S., freight clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 
1453 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 167 

Colbiirn Jacob S. (J. S. Colburn & Co.) res Alameda 
COLBURN J. S. & CO. (J. S. Colburn) real estate and 

general insurance agents, NE cor Wood and Seventh 
Colbj Amasa D. , farmer, res W s Claremont av S of College av 
Colby Flora I., dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 
Colby Frank A. Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 
Colby George E., student University, res W s Claremont av 

S of College av 
Colby Hiram H. (Steere & Colby) res 1315 Twelfth av 
Colby Jane, domestic 969 Grove 

Colby Julia E. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 608 Eigh- 
teenth 
Cole Claude H., steward Galindo Hotel, res 970 Twenty- 
fourth 
Cole Edward F., salesman (S. F.) res 534 Fifteenth 
Cole John T., real estate, res 514 Fifteenth 
Cole Leander G. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) and member 

City Council, res 1545 Webster 
COIjE rector E., dentist, NW cor Eleventh and Broad- 
way, room 6, res SE cor Adeline and Tenth 
Cole School, J. P. Garlick principal, N s Tenth bet Union 

and Poplar 
Cole William W., laborer Samm's Flouring Mill, res 553 

Second 
Coleman H. Mrs., fluter Contra Costa Laundry 
Coleman Hamilton, cook Contra Costa Laundry 
Coleman James, res N s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck av, Temescal 
Coleman John, teamster Louis Jaife, res 812 Franklin 
Coleman John W., capitalist (S. F.) res NW cor Eighth and 

Brush 
Coleman Luke, whitener and plasterer, res 867 Twentieth 
Coleman Patrick E., engineer F. Barnard & Co., res 1018 

Fifth 
Colfer John, yardman George F. Crist, res 780 East 18th 
Colgett John, gardener, res 1011 Fourteenth 
Colin Benoit, trunk manufacturer, 415 Thirteenth, res Perry 

nr Prospect av 
College Hall, A. C. Dietz proprietor, NE cor Harrison and 

Central av 
Collett John, farmer, res S s Temescal nr Cherry, Temescal 
CoUiati Ferdinand, laborer C. P. Pt. E., res C. P. Kailroad 

House 
Collier John H., mill superintendent, res 776 Eleventh 
Collier Susie Miss, res 493 Plymouth av 
Colligan Charles, liquor saloon, 1851 Seventh 
Collins Albert W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1030 Peralta 



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168 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Collins Andrew J., clerk Bernstein & Co., res SE cor Eigh- 
teenth and Market 
Collins Asa S., clerk County Court House, res 1030 Peralta 
Collins Benjamin, carpenter and builder, res 1230 Eighth av 
Collins Benjamin Jr., pressman (S. F.) res 1419 Central av 
Collins Con. C, engineer C. P. E. K. 
Collins Dennis, laborer, res 167 Eighth 
Collins Edward, laborer, res S s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Collins EldonH., copyist County Kecorder's Office, res Hay- 
wards 
Collins Edward L., student University 
Collins Frederick T., hatter (S. F.) res 1763 Lincoln 
Collins George B., painter (S. F.) res 908 Center 
Collins George H., lumber dealer (S. F.) res 526 Tenth 
COLLINS HENRY M., groceries and general merchandise, 
and agent Wells, Fargo & Co., 1766 Seventh, res 1823 
Short 
Collins James, res 1508 Third 
Collins James A., agent and telegraph operator Sixteenth-st 

Station C. P. li. B., res San Leandro 
Collins Jeremiah, expressman and varieties, 773 Seventh 
Collins Jeremiah, fireman^C. P. R. R., res 1664 Pacific 
COLLINS JOHN S., secretary Mountain View Cemetery, 

res Mountain View Cemetery 
Collins Lyman P., salesman (S. F.) res 935 Campbell 
Collins Maggie, widow, domestic 1053 Fifth av 
Collins Mary, domestic 125 East Central av 
Collins Michael, contractor, res 638 Chestnut 
Collins Nellie, widow, res 839 Eighteenth 
Collins Patrick H., laborer, res 1661 Sixteenth 
Collins Patrick M. (P. M. Collins & Co.) res 615 Seventeenth 
Collins P. M. & Co. (Patrick M. Collins) real estate agents, 

954 Seventh 
Collins Pauline, widow, res 552 Sycamore 
Collins Eichard, carpenter, res 1230 Eighth av 
Collins Eobert, compositor, res 917 Fifth 
Collins Thomas, gasfitter and plumber, res 712 Broadway 
Collins William, superintendent Mountain View Cemetery, 

res 1986 Webster 
Collischonn Charles, bank clerk (S. F.) res 763 Grove 
Collj'er Charles, carpenter, res 1728 Central av 
Collyer David, plumber (S. F.) res 1728 Central av 
Collyer George, printer (S. F.) res 1728 Central av 
Collyer Jacob, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1728 Central av 
Collyer John, laborer, res 711^ Fifth 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 169 

Colman J. Edward, with W. S. Read & Co., res 828 Webster 

Colman John, wood turner, res 828 Webster 

Columbia Soda Works, C. C Dall proprietor, 754 Clay 

Colvin James A., gasfitter (S. F.) res 1726 Pacific 

Colvin Mary A., widow, res 1012 East 16tli 

Colwell William A., clerk O. M. Amy, res W s Telegraph 
av nr Foity-niuth, Temescal 

Comber James, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1614 Eighth 

COMER JOHN H., proprietor Seventh Street House, NW 
cor Seventh and Pine 

Commercial Insurance Co., J. J. Gardiner agent, 1106 
Broadway 

Commercial Union Assurance Co., John H. Troy agent, 457 
Ninth 

Commissioner Court, J. E. Havens, Chambers, Court House, 
2nd floor 

Commonwealth Insurance Co. (Fire of Boston) Doe, Griffin 
& Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 

Compton Annie Mrs., res S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av, 
Temescal 

Compton K. H. brakeman C. P. R. R., res Union Hotel 

Comstock Albert V., foreman Union Shaft (Virginia City, 
Nev.) res 1518 Broadway 

Comstock Mary Mrs., res Kohler-Chase House 

CONARD WILLIS D., drugs and medicines, 633 East Cen- 
tral av 

Conboy Mary, widow, res Tweut3'-second nr Filbert 

Concanon Marcus M., resSW cor Twenty -fifth and Broad- 
way 

Concanon William N., carpenter and builder, res SW cor 
Twenty-fifth and Broadway 

Condit Ira M. Rev., pastor Chinese Presbyterian Church, 
res 262 Thirteenth 

Condon James P., laborer, res San Leandro Road, Fitch- 
burg 

Condon Thomas, with H. C. Clark, res Bay av, Melrose 

Condre Francis M., widow, fruits and confectionery, 669 
Broadway 

Condrey Maria, domestic 1120 Peralta 

Condron Delia Mrs., teacher Mills' Seminary 

Cone John, laborer, res 1715 Atlantic 

Conger B. T., compositor, res N s Alcatraz av nr Calais, 
Temescal 

Conger William, clerk John Cushing, res NW cor Ninth and 
Washington 

Congregational Association of Christian Chinese, 623 Tenth 



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Congregational Church, NW cor Third and Castro 

Congress E. Mrs., res 469| Ninth 

CONKLIN BROTHERS (William M. and Frank) proprie- 
tors Oakland Carpet Beating Establishment, N s Twen- 
ty-first bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Conklin Frank (Conklin Brothers) res S. F. 

Conklin Frank G., glove manufacturer (S. F.) res 1266 
Fourth av 

Conklin William M. (Conklin Brothers) res S. F. 

Conley John, laborer, res 703 Twenty-seventh 

Conley John, plasterer, res 1710 Pacific 

Conley Lizzie, domestic Jose' M. Valdez, W s Waverley bet 
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 

Conley Margaret, chambermaid Tubbs Hotel 

Conley Michael, laborer, res 1622 Union 

Conlin Edward, blacksmith C. P. R. Pt., res 809 Twenty- 
second 

Conlon John, lather, res 654 Linden 

Connecticut Insurance Co. (fire, of Hartford) Doe, Griffin & 
Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 

Connell Maria Miss, dressmaker ("S. F.) res 1269 Central av 

Connell Mary Mrs., res 1269 Central av 

Connell Michael, barkeeper S. D. Cronin, res 1760 San 
Pablo av 

Connell Rose Miss, dressmaker (S. F.) res 1269 Central av 

Connell Thomas, master mariner, res foot Bay av, Melrose 

Connelly Denis, res 470 Seventh 

Connelly Michael, dairyman Julius Frank, res S s East 14th 
nr Fruit Vale av 

Connelly Nicholas, butcher, res W s Union av nr Green 

Connelly Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Connely Dennis, stableman, res 519 Sixth 

Conners John, dealer fruit (S. F.)res N s Forty-fifth nr Tel- 
egraph av, Temescal 

Conners Maggie Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1354 Eighth 

Conners Mary, domestic NW cor Park and San Pablo av 

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Conners MoUie E. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1354 

Eighth 
Conners Timothy, employee C P. K. K. 
Connerty Mary, domestic P. S. Wilcox, 1689 Telegraph av 
Conness Thomas, gardener John A. Benson, res Seminary 

av nr Mills' Seminary 
Connolly Francis, stevedore, res 921 Fifth 
Connolly Frank, laborer C. P. E. K., res 953 Fifth 
Connolly Jeremiah, barkeeper S. D. Cronin, res 1760 San 

Pablo av 
Connolly John, car cleaner C P. R. P., res 1710 Pacific 
Connolly Martin, laborer, res N s First bet Magnolia and 

Adeline 
Connolly Owen, laborer, res 863 Cedar 
Connolly Patrick, res 769 Pine 
Connolly William, laborer, res 652 Franklin 
Connor Cornelius, laborer, res 1062 Twenty-fourth 
Connor Daniel, laborer Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 

Co., res E s High nr P. P. crossing, Melrose 
Connor Eliza, fancy goods, 961 Seventh 
Connor Hugh, laborer, res E s Railroad av opp Merced av, 

Temescal 
Connor Mary A. Mrs., res 957 Jefferson 
Connor Peter C., expressman, res 1505 Fifth 
Connor William, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 1662 Six- 
teenth 
Connors Bridget, domestic John H. Smyth, W s Claremont 

av nr Tvler, Claremont 
Connors C.,"^ engineer C. P. R. R., res 1718 Eighth 
Connors Dora, domestic L. H. Hawley, 2100 Telegraph av 
Connors Patrick, laborer, res 223 Ettie 

Connors William, coachman Frederick Delger, res 252 Louisa 
Conrad George, billiard-table maker (S. F.) res 760 Frank- 
lin 
CONRADI PHILLIP, cigars and tobacco, 467 Seventh, res 

215 Fifth 
Conradi William, cigarnlaker Phillip Conradi, res 215 Fifth 
Conry John, tinsmith, res 1312 West 
Conry Joseph T., plumber R. D. Fearey, res 1312 West 
Considine Patrick, groceries and liquors, 218 Sixth 
Conte Frank J., laborer Manuel Cindra, res Hays Vallev 
Continental Insurance Co. (Fire of New York) Doe, Griffin 

<fc Seaman agents, 95^' Broadway 
CONTINENTAL OIL AND TRANSPORTATION CO.. R. 

R. Kirkpatrick agent, warehouse cor Castro and First, 

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172 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

CONTRA COSTA LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION, Hallett, 

Bartlett & Dalton proprietors, NW cor Fourteenth and 

Kirkhara, office 867 Broadway and 28 Sacramento S. F. 

CONTRA COSTA PRODUCE CO., Jones & Slitz managers, 

369 Central av 
CONTRA COSTA WATER CO., A. Chabot president, Wil- 
liam H. Mead secretary, Remi Chabot superintendent, 
458 Eighth 
Contreras Clara, domestic O. H. Burnham. 1017 Madison 
Contreras Frederick, teamster Daniel Foster, res 522 Fourth 
Contreras Peter, teamster, res 522 Fourth 
Convent of Our Lady of Lourdes, East 16th bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth avs 
Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Sister M. J. 

Baptist superior principal, 1534 Webster 
Converse A. M., res 574 Sycamore 
Conway Martin, laborer, res 1312 West 
Conway Mary, domestic George A. Nourse, res 1205 Oak 
Conway Samuel T., teamster Asher Tyler, res cor Eighth av 

and East 11th 

Conway Thomas, gardener Oakland Ladies' Relief Society 

Home, S s Linden bet Telegraph av and Broadway, 

Temescal 

Conway Thomas, laborer, res N s Fortieth nr Lusk, Tem- 

Cook Nellie Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 729 Eighth 

escal 
Coogan Timothy C, attorney -at-law (S. F.) res 954 Fifth 
Cook Alexander J., cattle dealer, res 1212 Sixteenth av 
Cook Alonzo G., attorney-at-law, res NW cor Kennedy and 

Dennison, East Oakland 
Cook Andrew R., butcher Victor Gilardin, res 1212 Six- 
teenth av 
Cook Carrie, cook I. W- Knox, 534 Knox pi 
Cook Carroll, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 122 Lake 
Cook C. W., res Galindo Hotel 
Cook Elisha Mrs., widow, res 1305 Madison 
Cook Frank, laundryman Contra CoSta Laundry 
Cook George W., chemist (S. F.) res 729 Eighth 
Cook George W. Jr., clerk (S. F.) res 729 Eighth 
Cook James, res 1610 Central av 
Cook James, tailor S. Francis, res 765 Jackson 
Cook Joseph, laborer, res 418 Third, rear 
Cook Joseph E., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1155 Jackson 
Cook L. A. Mrs., widow, res 821 Washington 
Cook Napoleon B., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 
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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 173 

Cook Peter, printer (S. F.) res 1222 Fourteenth 
Cook Philip Mrs., widow, dressmaker, res 912 Clay- 
Cook Sarah B., widow, res 1385 Telegraph av 
Cook S. M. Mrs., res 960 Clay 
Cool Russell H., dentist, office and res Dietz Opera House, 

NE cor Webster and Central av 
Coolbaugh Elizabeth, widow, res 561 East 16th 
Coolbrith Ina D. Miss, librarian Oakland Free Library, res 

564 Fifteenth 
Coolej Herman, assistant engineer C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 

1665 Seward 
Coolidge George W., cream tartar (S. F.) res 811 Castro 
Coolidge James C, local agent U. S. Railway Mail Service 

(S. F.) res 695 Thirty-fourth 
Coolidge Mary E., widow, res 811 Castro 
Coome Robert B., compiler, res N s Sixth bet Broadway 

and Washington 
Cooney John, laborer Charles Newton 
Cooney Peter E., letter carrier, res 1638 Adeline 
Coons George, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Coop John, carpenter (S. F.) res 313 Seventh 
Cooper A. J. Mrs., furnished rooms, Snyder Block 
Cooper Ansel J., clerk W. E. Beeson, res 475 Ninth 
Cooper Eugene T., secretary California Paper Co. (S. F.) 

res NE cor East 14th and Fifth av 
Cooper Francis, teamster Taylor & Co., res 733 Magnolia 
Cooper Jane Mrs., res N s Forty-seventh nr Shattuck av, 

Temescal 
Cooper Thomas, laborer, res 713 Brush 
Coots John, painter, res 672 TAventy-seventh 
Coots John W., plumber, res 672 Twenty-seventh 
Cope Hayward, student, res 1513 Telegraph av 
Cope John, clerk Charles McCall, res 1368 Brush 
Cope Walter B., student Univeisity, res 1513 Telegraph av 
Cope Warner W., attorney-at-law''(S. F.) res 1513 Tele- 
graph av 
Copeland E. N. Mrs., res 613 Fifteenth 
Copeland Isaac, miner, res 688 Twenty-fourth 
Copeland William, bakery, 1574 Fifth 

COPIjIN ALANSON, importer corsets, ladies' underwear, 
children's goods, etc.", 1171 Broadway, res 566 Fred- 
erick 
Copp Charles W., hackman C. A. McCloud, res 673 Tenth 
Copp H. E. Mrs., res NW cor Broadway and Twenty-first 
Copp J., cook J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Claremont av and 
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174 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Copp Lincoln, driver Wliittier, Fuller & Co., res NW cor 

Broadway and Twenty -first 
Copperheim Mrs., res 527 Charter 
Corbeille Gilbert, coachman Sacred Heart College, res 22 

Webster 
Corbin Caroline, widow, res lOGl Seventh av 
Corcoran James, res 1B78 Ninth 
Cordan Antonio C. barber (S. F.) res 506 East 15th 
Cordan Frank C, barber (S. F.) res 506 East 15th 
Cordano Michael, bootblack (S. F.) res 655 Myrtle 
Corder James G., glue manufacturer. East Central av foot 

Twentieth av, res 970 East Central av 
Corder F. E., tanner Thomas W. Corder, res Alcatraz av, 

Harmon Tract 
Corder Thomas W., hides and tallow, Butchertown, res 

972 Center 
Cordes Edward, clerk L. Feldmann & Co., res 1318 Seventh 
Cordes H., clerk Hermann Koster, res 719 Webster 
Cordes Hermann, res 1318 Seventh 
Cordes John (Bredhoff & Cordes) res 819 Kirkham 
Corkery Philip, laborer, res 814 Henry, rear 
Corley Thomas, nursery, NW cor Old County Road and 

Cameron 
Corliss Elihu M., car repairer C. P. R. R., res 887 Pine 
Cornell Charles E., collector (S. F.) res 1113 Eighth av 
Cornell Charles M., carpenter and contractor, res 1113 

Eighth av 
Cornell George P., detective (S. F.) res 574 East 14th 
Cornell Peter M., carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res 

1107 Twenty-second av 
Cornell Robert, res 854 Jefferson 
Cornish Alexander, upholsterer, res 404 Fifth 
Cornish W. C, farmer, res SW cor Fruit Vale av and Old 

County Road 
Cornor Charles W., boot and shoemaker, 359 Central av, res 

810 Jackson 
CORNWALL AMBROSE, dentist, 1069 Broadway, res cor 

Vernon and Lee 
Cornwell M. H., carcleaner, res 920 Henry 
CORONER ALAMEDA COUNTY, William T. Hamilton, 

office 1112 Broadway 
Corrella M., res 360 East 16th 
Corrigan Daniel, laborer, res W s Webster nr Mountain 

View Cemetery 
Corrigan Peter, plumber John G. Anderson, res 824 Lin- 
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OAKLAND [ C ] DIRECTORY. 175 

Cortage Edward L., proprietor West Oakland Broom Fac- 
tory, 1667 William 
Cory Benjamin F., bricklayer, res Capitol Hotel 
Cosmopolitan House, NW cor Seventh and Broadway 
Cosmopolitan Mutual Building and Loan Association, George 

Atkinson secretary, 624 East Central av 
Costa John, seaman, res 152 Louise 

Costellon Damion, clerk J. B. Miranda, res 407 Eighth 
Costigan James M., manager Granger's Business Associa- 
tion (S. F.) res 1305 Franklin 
Costigan John H., division shop clerk C. P. K. R., res 1046 

Peralta 
Cotter William, real estate, res 967 Cypress 
Cotter William J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 967 Cypress 
Cotton Charles E., messenger American District Telegraph 

Co., res 546 Thirty-fifth 
Cotton C. W. Mrs., widow, res 546 Thirty-fifth 
Cotton Ernest J., blindmaker Enterprise Mills, res 546 

Thirty-fifth 
Cotton Frank E., carpenter, res 590 Thirty-fifth 
Cotton Jared C, bookkeeper California Building Co., res 

662 Fourth 
Cotton Lee F., painter, res 761 Clay 
Cottrell Henry, assistant secretary Union Club (S. F.) res 

1003 Central av 
Coughlin Dennis, milkman, res 771 Eleventh 
Coughlin Edward J., blacksmith C. P. E. E. 
Coughlin Jeremiah, hostler Eobert Glover, res 841 Clay 
Coughlin John, blacksmith C. P. E. E., res 1519 Seventh 
Coughlin John, special police, res 821 Washington 
Coughlin John J., foreman* M. De La Montanya, res 903 

Washington 
Coughlin Michael, laborer C. P. E. E., res 125 Hannah 
Coughlin Timothy L., sign painter Frederick M. Farwell 
Coulter W., painter Stanley Stephenson, res Oakland House 
COUNTY CLERK AND AUDITOR, Andrew Eyder, office 

Court House, room 1 
COUNTY COURT HOUSE, W s Broadway bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
COUNTY CORONER, William T. Hamilton, 1112 Broad- 
way 
County Jail, E s Washington bet Fourth and Fifth 
COUNTY RECORDER, P. E. Borein, office Court House, 

room 9 
COUNTY SHERIFF, Jeremiah Tyrrel, office Court House, 
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176 OAKLAND [ C ] DIRECTORY. 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS, J. C. 

Gilson, office Court Hovise, room 5 

COUNTY SURVEYOR, Alameda County, George L. Nus- 
baumer, office Court House, first floor 

COUNTY TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR, Charles 
E. Palmer, office Court House, room 2 

Courreges John, tripe dealer, Butchertown, res N s Summer 
nr Adeline, Temescal 

Court Commissioner, J. F. Havens, chambers Court House, 
second floor 

Court House, County, W s Broadway bet Fourth and Fifth 

Court House School, Miss C. M. Ellis principal, NW cor 
East 14th and Twentieth av 

Court Police, John Yule Judge, City Hall 

COURT SUPERIOR, Department No. 1, A. M. Crane Judge, 
chambers Court House, second floor. Department No. 
2, W. E. Greene Judge, chambers Court House, second 
floor 

Courvoisier Frederick L., fruits and vegetables, 1375 Frank- 
lin ♦ 

Coutolenc Eugene F., market, NE cor Third and Jefferson, 
res 574 Third 

Coutolenc John H., butcher, res 612 Filbert 

Covaco Joaquin P., shoemaker, 455 Fourth 

Covasso Eene J., laborer Continental Oil Co., res 665 Third 

Coveney John, carpenter, res 859 Clay 

Covert H. S., painter C. P. E. K., res Winsor House 

Cowan David D., shipcarpenter C.P.E.R., res 1779 William 

Cowan Ewing, painter, res 725 Henry 

Cowan J. R., traveling agent, res 665 Eleventh 

CoAvan William H., foreman East Oakland Planing Mills, 
res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Cowan William H., plumber (S. F.) res 1121 Peralta 

Coward Hamilton G., miner, res 1324 Eleventh av 

Coward M. G., clerk Tribune Publishing Co., res 1324 Elev- 
enth av 

Coward P, H., messenger Tribune Publishing Co., res 1324 
Eleventh av 

Cowell John, carpenter, res 367 East 18tli 

Cowell Richard, carpenter, res 412 East 16th 

Cowell Thomas, gardener Watson A. Bray, res 1656 Thir- 
teenth av 

Coweu John Q., painter, res 1458 Seventh 

Cowper Isaac, veterinary surgeon, res 1461 San Pablo av 

Cowper Jane Mrs., variety store, 1461 San Pablo av 

Cox George, woodturner (S. F.) res 204 B 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIPECTORY. 177 

Cox George W., mining, res E s Claremont av bet Tyler and 

Russell, Claremont 
Cox Francelia Miss, res 950 Wood 
Cox Gustave, civil engineer, res 569 Eighth 
Cox James P. C, insurance agent (S. F.) res 861 Myrtle 
Cox James W. (J. W. Cox & Co., S. F.) res Koss Browne 

Way off Vernon av, Claremont 
Cox J. T. Mrs., physician, res 362 East 10th 
Cox J. W., painter C. P. R. R. 
Cox J. W. Mrs., res Tremont House 
Cox Patrick A. (McMillan & Cox) res 837 Market 
Cox Thomas J., railroadman, res 1557 Seventh 
Cox William, carpenter, res 1817 Goss 
Coxhead Thomas C, physician and surgeon, 476 Central av, 

res 674 Sixteenth 
Coyne John, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1517 Atlantic 
Coyne John T., clerk Newland House 
Coyne Michael, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 825 Chester 
Cozzens Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Crabtree Benjamin, res 1653 Grove # 

Crabtr^e Couvers L., assistant general baggage agent C. P. 

R. R. (S. F.) res 519 Seventeenth 
Craddock Charles F., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1309 Web- 
ster 
Craffe Henry, porter (S. F.) res 1052 East Twenty-first 
Craft N. E., groceries 853 East Central av, res 561 East 16th 
Craft Hichard C, grocer, res 561 East 16th 
Craib Wilb'am, collector Edward A. Brown, res 359 Ninth 
Craig Albert W., photographer (S. F.) res 310 Third 
Craig Andrew^, salesman Oakland Lumber Yard, res 1213 

Madison 
Craig Belle, widow, res 1013 Sixth av 
Craig Homer A., insurance (S. F.) res 2223 Grove 
Craig Hugh, insurance agent (S. F.) res 1126 Myrtle 
Craig Simpson A., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.)res 867 Chester 
Craig Victor, photographer (S. F.) res 310 Third 
CRAIG WILLIAM H., dentist, 1055 Broadway, rooms 1-2, 

res 570 Thirteenth 
Craig William H., real estate agent, 1002 Broadway, res 867 

Chester 
Craig William J., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 867 Chester 
Craker Judson T., sash and blind maker (S. F.) res 1709 

Central av 
Cram Edward G., res 933 Linden 
Cramer A. E. H., accountant Union Savings Bank, res 1509 

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178 OAKLAND [ C ] DIRECTORY. 

Crandall Henry B., carpenter, res 1678 Lincoln 
Crandell Benjamin, letter carrier, res 675 East 24:th 
CRANE ADDISON M., Judge Superior Court, Department 
No. 1, chambers Court House, top floor, res Haywards 
Crane Charles W., advertising and purchasing agent (S. F.) 

res 1059 Poplar 
Crane Ellen, domestic, 156 East Central av 
Crane Erwin J., agent (S. F.) res 1379 Jackson 
Crane James E., clerk C. P. R. E. (S. F.) res 963 Clay 
Crane Jesse H., clerk (S. F.) res 815 Thirteenth 
Crane Mary A. Mrs., res 921 Webster 
Crane William H., attorney-at-law, res 971 Market 
Cranston Robert £)., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

1466 Fifth 
Crase James, foreman of construction C. P. R. R., .res 1461 

Third 
Crawford Alfred, carpenter, res 404 Fifth 
Crawford Arthur W^., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Franklin House 
Crawfor(i Ashbury E., teamster, res 617 Tenth 
Crawford J. W., farmer, E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av, 

Temescal 
Crawford Lucy E. Mrs., teacher Tompkins School, res Cen- 
tennial House 
Crawford S., pressman Tribune Publishing Co., res 810 

Webster 
Crawford Thomas B., engineer (S. F.) res cor Central avand 

Wood 
Crawford Thomas O., principal Lincoln School, res Centen- 
nial House 
Crawley Jeremiah, farmer, res 837 Twenty-ninth 
Creed Johanna, domestic 1018 Eighteenth 
Crellin John, oyster dealer (S. F.) res 1061 Oak 
Crellin Thomas, oyster dealer (S. F.) res 1364 Broadway 
Crellin Thomas A., student, res 1061 Oak 
Crenan Rosa Miss, clerk John F. Snow & Co., res S. F. 
Creque Frederick F., supervisor weights of mails (S. F.) res 

W s Claremont av nr Tyler, Claremont 
Creque William K., res N s Tyler bet Claremont and Col- 
lege avs, Claremont 
Cressey Calvin J. (A. J. Butterfield & Co.) res Modesto 
Cribben John, coachman, res 1054 Broad way 
Crichton Robert, deputy assessor, res 563 Sixth 
Crinnion Peter, builder, res 768 Seventh 
Crisman C. L., carpenter, res NE cor Elizabeth and Alcatraz 
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OAKLAND [ C ] DIRECTORY. 179 

Crist Elizabeth, widow, res 972 Thirty-fifth 

Crist Elsie Miss, res 972 Thirty-fifth ' 

CRIST GEORGE F., proprietor Brooklyn Lumber Yard, 

foot Commerce (and George F. Crist & Co.) res 1053 

East 14th 
CRIST GEORGE F. & CO. (George F. Crist, John C. Kued 

and Henrj J. Derby) proprietors Brooklyn Tannery, NE 

cor Twenty -first and East Central avs 
Crist Kudolph, res 1053 East 14th 
Croci John, gardiner J. E. "^^'hitcher, res 1518 Curtis 
Crocker Aaron (L. & A. Crocker) res 1017 Webster 
Crocker Adolph, salesman L. <fe A. Crocker, res 1017 Web- 
ster 
Crocker Joel, brakeman C. P. E. R., res 1516 Eighth 
Crocker L. & A. (Lesser and Aaron Crocker) staple and fancy 

dry goods, 458-460 Ninth 
Crocker Lesser (L. & A. Crocker) res S. F. 
Crocker Winslow, carpenter, res S s Fourteenth bet West 

and Market 
Crockett John, mining secretary (S. F.) res S s East 14th, 

Fruit Yale 
Crockett Joseph B., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res S s East 14th, 

Fruit Yale 
Croke James, groceries and liquors, 1701 Adeline 
Croker Mary Mrs., nurse, res Tremont House 
Crompton George, clerk P. W. Butler 6c Co. 
Cromptou James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1651 Myrtle 
Crompton John, engineer stmr Thoroughfare, res NE cor 

Telegraph ay and Twenty-fifth 
Crompton Robert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1651 Myrtle 
Crompton Sarah, groceries, 1651 Myrtle 
Crompton Thomas, gardener Groves & Buchanan, res Tele- 

gi'aph av ur Sycamore 
Cron William, butcher, res 955 East Central ay 
Cron William Jr., butcher, res 955 East Central ay 
Cronan Cornelius, laborer, res S s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

av, Temescal 
Cronan Ellen, widow, res 561 East 15th 
Cronan John, farmer, res NE cor Old County Road and 

Mitchell, Fruit Yale 
Crone Ellen, domestic 522 Ninth 
Cronin Annie Miss, dressmaker Mrs. E. W. Johnson, res 

561 East 15th 
Cronin Bridget, chambermaid I. L. Requa, Piedmont 



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Cronin Catherine Miss, res 471 Tweuty-sixth 
Cronin Daniel, driver Brooklyn Engine No. 4, Oakland Fire 
Department, res S s East 14tli bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth avs 
Cronin Denis, carriage washer Robert Glover, res NW cor 

Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
Cronin Stephen D., saloon, 1752 San Pablo av, res 1760 San 

Pablo av 
Crook A. B., mining agent, res 809 Webster 
Crooks Matthew J. , res E s Humboldt av nr Oregon, Tem- 

escal 
Cropley Simon, expressman, res 420 First 
Crosby Charles, fireman C. P. R. R. 

Crosby Kate, domestic SE cor Twenty-first and East 29th 
Crosby John G., car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1808 William 
Crosley J. S., produce dealer, res G02 Sixteenth 
Cross Betsy Mrs., res 1724 Eighth 
Cross Ira D., res NE cor Fourteenth av and East 23rd 
Cross M. M. Mrs., widow, res 1318 Jackson 
Crossen Rose, domestic Erie House 
Crossey Michael, fruits and vegetables, 1506 Seventh 
Crossman C. D., carpenter, resE s Fortieth nr Grove, Tem- 

escal 
Crossman John, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1771 Lincoln 
Crosson James, clerk Bart Morgan & Co., res 769 Seven- 
teenth 
Crosson Mary A. , widow, res 769 Seventeenth 
Crouch Elisha, farmer, res 1061 Seventh av 
Qrouch W. T. Mrs., res 668 Fourteenth 
Crow Isaac P. (Morris & Co.) res 1320 Chestnut 
Crow William, clerk (S. F.) res 1862 Seventh 
Crowe Herbert, farmer, res N s Redwood Road nr Alderney 

Farm 
Crowell Caroline I. Mrs., res 1028 Chestnut 
Crowell Eugene E., foreman freight department Oakland 

Wharf, C. P. R. R., res 1028 Chestnut 
Crowell Hiram Mrs., res 469 J Ninth 
Crowley Catherine B., widow, res 239 Louise 
Crowley Charles, blacksmith, res 239 Louise 
Crowley Cornelius, laborer, res 665 Twenty-sixth 
Crowley Daniel, fireman stmr Julia, res 214 HoUis 
Crowley Daniel, gasfitter, res 667 Twenty-sixth 
Crowley Daniel F., barber Classon & Trost, res Winters' 

Hotel 
Crowley Dennis D., oculist and surgeon, oflSce and res Cali- 
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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 181 

Crowley John, fireman stmr Oakland, res 1662 Third 
Crowley Thomas, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av, Tem- 

escal 
Cruess Frank, clerk L. <fe A. Crocker, res 916 Wood 
Cruess L. D. Mrs., res 916 Wood 

Cruff Thomas H., bookkeeper S. B. Boyce, res 614 Seven- 
teenth 
Cruft John, teacher music, res 717 Sixth 
Cruise Elizabeth, widow, res 612 Madison 
Crumb Edgar D., clerk H. M. Collins, res 887 Pine 
Crummy J., butcher Frank J. Mc Worthy, res Union Hotel 
Cruse William, foreman Pacific Improvement Co., res N s 

Seventh nr Pine 
Cruser George E., porter College Hall, res 764 Fifth 
Cruz Antone, laborer C. P. R. E. 
Cruz Henry, master mariner, res 674 Twenty-seventh 
Cruz Manuel, deckhand stmr Oakland, res 254 Harlan 
CRYSTAL PALACE, John Fennessy proprietor, 463 Ninth 
Cubery William M., printer (S. F.) res 960 Eighth 
Cubery W. M. Mrs., teacher Tompkins School, res 960 

Eighth 
Cuddy John, printer Pacific Press, res 1676 Central av 
Cuff Thomas, plumber Dalziel & MoUer, res Alcatraz av nr 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Culhane G. groceries and liquors, 751 Willow 
Cullen John, laborer C. P. E. E., res 621 Third 
Cullen John, res 1407 Thirteenth 
Cullen Michael, laborer, res E s High nr East 14th, Fruit 

Vale 
Cullen Thomas, machinist C. P. E. E., res 1717 Eighth 
Cullemore John, gardener Mills' Seminary 
Cullinane Jeremiah J., japanner (S. F.) res 866 Twenty-first 
Culp Maria Mrs., res 1515 San Pablo av 
Culver Elsie, widow, res 814 Brush 
Culver J. O., citv editor Dailv Times, res 461 Ninth 
Culver William L., clerk (S. F.) res 461 Ninth 
Cumbers James, car inspector C. P. E. E., res 1614 Eighth 
Cumming James B., carpenter (S. F.) res 245 Louise 
Cumming William G., baggagemaster Sixteenth Street Sta- 
tion C. P. E. E., res 1730 Eighth 
Cummings Anderson P., res 916 Center 
Cummings George, master mariner, res NE cor East 14th 

and Howard 
Cummings Martin, laborer, res 730 Union 
Cummings T. B., res 1664 Eighth 
Cummings Thomas, butcher, res 685 Twenty-fourth 



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182 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Cuneo Joseph, teamster, res 1050 Third 

Cunniff John, cattle dealer, res 1117 Twentieth av 

Cunniff Thomas, carpenter, res 1117 Twentieth av 

Cunningham James, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., res 717 
Lewis 

Cunningham Joseph, switchman C. P. R. R., res 1115 
Campbell 

Cunningham M. Mrs., millinery goods, 960 Broadway 

Cunningham Mary, domestic 1547 San Pablo av 

Cunningham Mary, widow, res 692 Sycamore 

Cunningham Mollie, domestic William Stokes 

Cunningham Patrick J., res 572 Tenth 

Cunningham Peter R., construction manager Oakland Plan- 
ing Mills, res Alameda 

Cunningham Thomas A., farmer, res 2124 Elm 

Cunningham William L., blacksmith T. D. Weymouth, res 
1318 Market 

Cunningham Zina H., blacksmith T. D. Weymouth, res 
1318 Market 

Cupid Samuel, shoemaker Daniel O'Keefe, res Union Hotel 

Curley Michael, laborer, res 826 Lydia 

Curley Patrick C, laborer, E s First av bet Avon and Birch 

Curran Elizabeth, widow, res SE cor Lincoln and Willow 

Curran John, farmer, res Fruit Vale 

Curran Julia, res 516 Fifth 

Curran Kate, domestic 527 East 14th 

Curry Eliza, domestic Louis Janin, 1355 Webster 

Curry David, foreman tinshop W. W. Montague & Co., res 
408 Thirteenth 

Curry James, tireman C. P. R. R. 

Curry John (Wilson & Curry) res 411 Seventh 

Curtin David, res E s San Pablo av nr Adeline, Temescal 

Curtis Celia Mrs., res 325 East 19th 

Curtis Charles H., millman, res 1210 Seventh 

Curtis James M., sawfiler (S. F.) res 1407 Twelfth 

Curtis John, res 1261 Brush 

Curtis Marshall, physician, office and res 779 Sixth 

Curtis Murray, peddler, res 779 Sixth 

Curtis Nellie Miss, teacher Bay District School, res N s Uni- 
versity av bet San Pablo av and Curtis, Berkeley 

Curtis R. L. Miss, res Centennial House 

Curtis William B., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res W s Julia 
nr East 14th, Fruit Vale 

Curtis William F., contractor, res 1032 Linden 

Curtis Winfield, miner, res 779 Sixth 

Curtiss Charles S. , mining secretary (S. F.) res 1201 Alice 



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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 183 



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D'Elmar William A., gardener, res 276 Fifth 
D'Oyly Nigel, stockbroker (S. F.) res 710 Fifteenth 
Dabney Charles M., butcher Frank J. Mc Worthy, res 1646 

Seventh 
Dabney N. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 1646 Seventh 
Dagan Annie, domestic Alfred Bannister, 1404 Harrison 
Daggett Hiram W., laborer, res 264 East 15th 
Daggett Louisa, widow, res 264 East 15th 



Curtiss Gilbert L., res 1626 Twelfth 

Curtiss Harry G., stock broker (S. F.) res 1055 Campbell 
Curtiss Harvey T., farmer, res 1055 Campbell i S 

Cushing Allen D., engineer C. P. B. E., res NW cor Twelfth | §^ 

av and East 11th §' 

Cushing Charles H., secretary State Investment and Insur- \ ^ 

ance Co. (S. F.) res 805 Clay I g 

Cushing Clara J. Mrs., res 604 Fourteenth gi 

Cushing Clinton, physician, 404 Central av "> 

Cushing Frank W., clerk Custom House (S. F.) res NW cor | § 

NW cor East 11th and 12th av, East Oakland 
Cushing James, teamster E. M. Lawrence, res Butchertown 
CUSHING JOHN, groceries, Nicholl Block, NE cor Ninth 

and Washington, res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing John M., with C. P. E. E., res 1433 Filbert 
Cushing J. P., capitalist, res Kelsey House 
Cushing Mary, res 1553 Eighth 
Cushing Simeon M., grain sampler, res 658 Clay 
Cusick John, teamster (S. F.) res 1564 Chestnut 
Cusick Eichard, proprietor Centennial House, 1838 Seventh 
Cuthbert John W., bookkeeper Hays, Blow & Co., res S. F. 
Cuthbertson Walter J., architect, 475 Ninth, room 1, res 824 

Twenty-eighth 
Cutler Alfred W. (Eeanier & Cutler) res 830 Twenty-second 
Cutler Edwin W., tinsmith (S. F.) res 1364 Eleventh 
Cutler M. A. Mrs., res N s Mariposa av nr Humboldt av, 

Temescal 
Cutler Sarah Mrs., groceries, 830 Twenty-second 
Cutting James E., res 972 Chester 
Cutting Eachel Mrs., ladies nurse, res N s Durant bet Tele- 

grapli av and Broadway 
Cutting Walter J., carpenter, res 582 Twentieth 
Czapskay E. G., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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184 OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 

Dagnali Michael, coachman Samuel B, McKee, res 665 

Twentieth 
Dahl Frederick, carpenter, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty- 
fifth, Temescal 
Dahl Theodore, sailmaker (S. F.) res 1625 Market 
Dahl William, carpenter, res N s Forty-sixth nr Grove, Tem- 
escal 
Dahlen Francis, res 1514 San Pablo av 
Dahlgren Carl, engraver C. L. Smith & Co., res 1018 East 

16th 
Dahlgren Marius, landscape and portrait painter, res 1018 

East 16th 
Dahn Charles, musician, res 676 Eighteenth 
Dahn Georgiana Mrs., teacher music, res 676 Eighteenth 
Dailey George E., assistant Sackett School, res 529 Hobart 
Dailey Johanna, domestic Brookside, Fruit Vale 
Dailey Peter J., cigars and tobacco, 1762^ Seventh, res 1666 

Eighth 
Dakes E. H., carriage painter Durham & Buffett, res 1684 

William 
Dalahan James, waiter (jralindo Hotel 
Dale V. R., res 1230 Eighth av 
Daley John, laborer, res 652 Franklin 
Dall Christopher C, proprietor Columbia Soda Works, 754 

Clay, res S. F. 
Dall Christopher C. Jr., soda water maker Columbia Soda 

Works, res S. F. 
Dallam Richard B. (Armes & Dallam, S. F.) res 1258 Grove 
Dallemand Albert, merchant (S. F.) res Kelsey House 
Dallimore William, farmer, res 968 Thirty-fifth 
Dalton Henry M., agricultural implements, res 2 Pearson's 

Row 
Dalton John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dalton Patrick E. (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res 915 

Jackson 
Daly Charles H., salesman (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Daly Dennis, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1860 Goss 
Daly James, gardener Jonathan Hunt 
Daly Kate, domestic George H. Wheaton, 154 Lake 
Daly Richard, laborer, res 869 Twenty-second 
Daly Thomas W., shipcarpenter, res 1002 Third 
DALZIEL & MOLLER (Robert Dalziel and William Moller) 
plumbers and gasfitters and dealers stoves, ranges, tin- 
ware, etc., 1151 Broadway 
DALZIEL JAMES, stoves and tinware, 1465-1469 San 
Pablo av, res 762 Fifteenth 



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Dalziel Robert (Dalziel & Moller) res 518 Fifteenth 
Dam Cyrus, piledriver, res 718 Market 
Dam Harry J. W., journalist (S. F.) res 493 Locust 
Dam L. E. Mrs., widow, res 493 Locust 
Dam Matilda, widow, res 916 Broadway 
Dam William H., engineer, res 718 Market 
Dames William, bookkeeper, res 705 Jackson 
Damnitz Gustavus, res 854 Adeline 
Damon Dexter, collector (S. F.) res 770 Fourteenth 
Damon George F., shipcalker, res 564 Second 
Damon James E., real estate agent (S. F.) res 770 Four- 
teenth 
Damon Lizzie Miss, teacher music, res 770 Fourteenth 
Dand John, carj^enter C. P. R. R., res N s Seventh nr Pine 
Daneri A., liquor saloon, NWcor Pine and Seventh, res S. F. 
Danforth Edward E., clerk, res 1917 Myrtle 
Danforth George, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 162 

East Ninth 
Daniels Ann, widow, res 690 East 32nd, Lynn 
Daniels Arthur F., upholsterer, res Howe nr John 
Daniels Gilbert B., salesman Chris. Schreiber, res 909 Alice 
Daniels Kate Mrs., domestic H. N. Wright, Piedmont 
Daniels Robert L., gardener Charles G. Nixdorf, res N s 

San Leandro Road nr High, Fruit Vale 
Daniels Seth F., attorney-at-law and Justice of the Peace, 

864 Broadway, res W s Howe nr John 
Danielson Benedict, porter, res 816 East Central av 
Danielson Daniel E., shoemaker (S. F.) res N s Blackstone 

nr Lowell 
Dannaker William A., bridge carpenter C. P. R. R., res 

1573 Fifth 
Danner Frederick, res 863 Chester 
Darby Charles A., res 664 Eighteenth 

Dardanee Charles, butcher Jean B. Denis, res 612 Second 
DARGIE THOMAS T., superintendent Tribune Publish- 
ing Co., res 477 Prospect pi 
DARGIE WILLIAM E., manager Tribune Publishing 

Co., 406 Twelfth, res 477 Prospect pi 
Darling Kate V. Miss, assistant principal Poston's Semin- 
ary, res E s Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Darual John C, letter carrier, res 708 Grove 
Darrow Mary E., widow, res 1156 Alice 
Dart P. C, res 1129 Myrtle 
Darwin Frank, packer, res 142 Ettie 

Darwin George, refiner Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 
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Darwin Joseph, res 142 Ettie 

Dauriac John J., mining, res 1268 Grove 

David Jules, commission merchant, res 1519 Eighth 

DAVIDSON FRANK, expressman, SW cor Ninth and 

Broadway, res 1021 Twenty-fourth 
Davidson William C, proprietor Golden Ointment, res 

Twenty-second nr Myrtle 
Davies Edward A., ropemaker, res N s Twenty -fourth nr 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Davis A. G. & Co. (Albert G. Davis) insurance agents, NE 

cor Broadway and Thirteenth 
Davis Albert G. (A. G. Davis <fe Co.) res E s Webster nr 

Twenty-third 
Davis Alice A. Mrs., res 604 Seventeenth 
Davis Benjamin G., laborer M. Eisslcr, res E s High nr 

Kailroad Crossing, Melrose 
Davis Carroll M. , wood and coal, hay and grain, SE cor 

Cleveland and Telegraph avs, Temescal, res Berkeley 
Davis Charles B., ship calker, res 913 Kirkham 
Davis Charles E., salesman (S. F.) res 920 Brush 
Davis E., carriagemakerGalvin & Lebrecht, res cor Sixteenth 

and Telegraph av 
Davis Edmond S., res 769 Eighth 

Davis Edward, farmer, res E s High nr Quigley Tract 
Davis Edward H., traveling agent, res 1050 Peralta 
Davis Edward W., farmer, res E s High nr Quigley Tract 
Davis Frederick W., blacksmith, 1054 Sixth av, res 1163 

Tenth av 
Davis George, teamster Dean, Watson & Co. 
Davis George A. J., bookkeeper S. E. Weston, res 668 

Twenty-fifth 
Davis George C, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Davis Granville, shoemaker, res 573 Eighth 
Davis Harris, furniture, stoves, etc., 718 Broadway 
Davis Harry W., blacksmith Frederick W. Davis, res 1163 

Tenth av 
Davis Henry, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 809 Henry 
Davis Henry, laborer C. P. R. R., res Lusk nr Fortieth, 

Temescal 
Davis Henry B., calker C. P. R. R., res Lusk nr Fortieth, 

Temescal 
Davis Henry C, dentist (S. F.) res 511 Seventeenth 
Davis Ida A. Mrs., millinery and agent Domestic Sewing 

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Davis J. A. J., joiner C. P. R. R., res 834 Cedar 
Da^ds James, butcher, res NW cor Twenty-eighth and Grove 



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Davis James, farmer, res E s Claremont av nr College av, 
Claremont 

Davis James M., bookkeeper George W. Babcock & Co., res 
1253 Webster 

Davis James T., coachman George S. Dodge, res SE cor 
Jackson and Ninth 

Davis John, farmer, res 974 Thirty-fifth 

Davis John, farmer, res NW cor McCall and Mono ay, Tem- 
escal 

Davis John, nightwatchman C. P. R. R., res NAV cor Twen- 
ty-seventh and Grove 

Davis John H., proprietor Laurel Market, 1121 Thirteenth 
av, res 1119 Thirteenth av 

Davis John M., laborer C. P. R. R., res 914 Wood 

Davis Joseph, gardener A. C. Dietz, W s San Pablo av nr 
Temescal Creek 

Davis M. Mrs., res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph av, Temes- 
cal 

Davis Mary W. Mrs,, dressmaker, res N s Parker bet Ful- 
ton and Ellsworth, Temescal 

Davis P. E., private detective (S. F.) res 1063 Broadway 

Davis Robert, trackman Oakland Trotting Park 

Davis Robert H., poultryman, Fruit Vale, res 1227 Third av 

Davis Samuel S., porter, res 1823 Adeline 

Davis Sidney E., carpenter and builder, res 670 Sycamore 

Davis Thomas, upholsterer, res SW cor Eleventh and Wash- 
ington 

Davis Thomas K., livery stable, foot Broadway, res Fitch- 
burg 

Davis Thomas R., machinist C. P. R. R. 

Davis V. N., blacksmith, res N s Parker bet Fulton and 
Ellsworth, Temescal 

Davis William H., real estate agent (S. F.) resEs Webster 
nr Twenty-third 

Davis William R. (Vrooman & Davis) attorney-at-law, 957^ 
Broadway, res 1368 Franklin 

Davison Charles C, plumber Moran & Galavan, res 1571 
Fifth 

Davison Daniel C, sexton First Baptist Church, res 1370 
Brush 

Davisson Robert G., merchant (S. F.) res 1227 Third av 

Daw John, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 963 Castro 

Dawbon Ada, domestic 1155 Market 

Dawe F. Mrs., dressmaker, res 227 Eighth 

Dawe Frank, molder, res 227 Eighth 

Dawley J. M,, miner, res cor Fruit Vale av and Hopkins 



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Dawrs M. A. Mrs., res 323 Fifth 

Dawson Albert C, res 722 Castro 

Dawson J. W., res 756 Seventh 

Day Clinton, architect, NE cor Broadway and Central av, 

res cor Bancroft and Piedmont Ways, Berkeley 
Day Frank K., messenger Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F.) res 

503 Eleventh 
Day John E., yardmaster C. P. E. R., res 1715 William 
Day John G., porter C. P. R. R., res 1635 Adeline 
Day L. Mrs., boarding, 503 Eleventh 
Day Lott, res 503 Eleventh 
Day Samuel M., curator West Oakland Free Reading Room, 

res 1860 William 
Dayan Judge W., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 1155 Jackson 
Days Frank, res 1847 Grove 

Dayton Edward J., laborer, res 504 Twenty-fourth 
Dayton George, laborer Albion K. P. Harmon, res 1568 

Webster 
Dayton Jeremiah B., mining superintendent, res 577 Cen- 
tral av 
De Blois Silas, carpenter, res SE cor Thirteenth av and 

East 19th 
De Forrest H. L., job printer, 856 Broadway, ses 754 Tenth 
De Freitas A. V. Mme., dressmaker, 580 Thirty-fifth 
De Freitas Vincent, waiter stmr Granada, res 580 Thirty- 
fifth 
De FREMERY JAMES (James De Fremery & Co., S. F.) 

res 1305 Adeline 
De Fremery James L., clerk (S. F.) res 1305 Adeline 
De Fremery William C. B. (James De Fremery & Co., S. F.) 

res Prospect nr Broadway 
De Golia Darwin, bridge tender C. P. R. R. foot Alice 
DE GOUA GEORGE E., attorney-at-law and notary public, 

859 Broadway, rooms 21-23, res foot Alice 
De La Fon Marcus, engineer, res Vinzent Block 
DE LA MONTANYA MATTHEW, stoves, tinware and 

metal roofing, 465 Eleventh, res 656 Sixth 
De La Montanya Matthew Jr., deputy City Marshal, res 667 

Sixth 
De La Santa Gaetano, cook Alexandre Barli, E s Telegraph 

av nr Forty-ninth, Temescal 
De Las Casas J. B., law student, res Galindo Hotel 
DE LEO DE LAGUNA ALEXANDER, proprietor Tubbs 

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De Leo de Laguna William, clerk Tubbs Hotel, res N s East 

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De Mooy Cornelia, widow, res 710 Brush 

De Parys Victor, deputy constable, res W s Telegraph av nr 

Forty-second, Temescal 
De Pass Caleb J. porter (S. P.) res San Pablo av nr Ade- 
line 
De Pue Edgar J., publisher, res 560 East 16th 
De Pue Frank H., advertising agent, res 560 East 16th 
De Pue James, publisher, res 560 East 16th 
De Tavel Jean C. H., physician, office and res 460 Third 
De Troost George, canvasser, res Erie House 
De Troost S. O., dressmaker, 1113 Broadway, rooms 23-24, 

res Erie House 
De Witt E. Mrs., res 726 Eleventh 
De Witt Elon, boarding, sale and livery stable, SW cor Tenth 

and Market, res 726 Eleventh 
De Witt Wilmer, manager Elon De Witt, res 726 Eleventh 
Dean Adam F., engineer Berkeley R. P., res E s Telegraph 

av nr Birch, Temescal 
Dean Carrie A. Miss, saleslady New York Bakery, res 853 

Myrtle 
Dean Charles C, res S s East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Dean Edward W., collector Dean, Watson & Co., res 1219 

Grove 
Dean E. H., machinist, res 1204 Fourteenth 
Dean Elisha B. (Dean, Watson & Co.) res 1219 Grove 
Dean Frank M., clerk (S. F.) res NE cor East 14th and 

Twelfth av 
Dean George, real estate, res 1362 Central av 
Dean George T., helper C. P. R. P., res 1362 Central av 
Dean J. B., res S s East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Dean Samuel C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1219 Grove 
DEAN, WATSON & CO. (E. B. Dean, G. W. Watson, D. 

Wilcox and C. H. Merchant) wholesale and retail dealers 

lumber and building materials, SW cor Third and Brush, 

yard foot of Market 
Dean William H. Rev., res 1264 Twelfth av 
Dean William W., engineer C. P. R. R., res 1206 Eighth 
Deane Coll, stockbroker (S. F.) res SE cor Webster and 

Twenty-second 
Deane John (Murphy, Grant & Co., S. F.) res 1339 Alice 
Dearborn Charles W., note teller Oakland Bank of Savings, 

res 868 Castro 
Dearborn Daniel G., res 868 Castro 
Dearborn G. Walter, clerk, res 868 Castro 
Deavina Frank, packer Hickok & Sou, res Watts Tract 
Deavina Joseph, packer Hickok & Son, res Watts Tract 



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190 OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 

Deboice Elizabeth, widow, coffee saloon and dressmaker, 

553 Broadway 
Deell Henry, painter, res Winter's Hotel 
Deepot William W., molder, res St. Louis House 
Deering Charles J., capitalist, res NW cor Fruit Vale av 

and East 27th 
Deering Henry, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1020 Broad- 
way 
Deering Isaac, carpenter, res 1702 Thirteenth av 
Deetjen Bernard, clerk, res 460 Fifth 
DEGEN GEORGE F., principal Classical and English School, 

1265 Franklin, res 662 Twenty-fourth 
Degen Louisa, domestic Mrs Minna Buck 
Degen Ludolph P., leather belting (S. F.) res 1371 Tenth 
Deguzee Carl W., steward, res 717 Center 
Deike Charles, fireman Oakland Bag Manufacturing Co., res 

674 East 16th 
Deike Frederick, fireman Oakland Bag Manufacturing Co., 

res 674 East 16th 
Deike Gustav H. W., fireman, res 674 East 16th 
Deike William, restaurant and wines and liquors, 701 East 

Central av 



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OAKLAND. 



GEORGE FREDERIC DEGEN, A. M., Principal 

ISAAC WRIGHT, A. M., Instructor in Mathematics 

Mrs. W. A. WALTER, Primary Classes 



The special aim of this School is to prepare Students for the University, or for Eastern 
Colleges. Younger pupils are also received, and trained in a Primary or Grammar School 
Course. 

The system of instruction is based upon careful explanation of principles, frequent 
reviews, and steady and persistent drill. The number of pupils in each room is limited 
strictly to t'^^enty, so that the pupil receives at once all the advantages of class associ- 
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Terms. Eiglt and Ten Dollars w Monti. PayaDle in Advance. 

For further information, apply to or address the Principal, 663 Tvi^eiity-Poiirtli 
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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 191 

Deitrick Augustus A., butcher, res 913 Twentj^-eighth 

Delahunt Michael A., i-es Union Hotel 

Delancj George, hostler Robert F. Simpson, res NE cor 

San Pablo av and Seventeenth 
Delaney George, res S s Alcatraz avnr R. R. crossing, Tem- 

escal 
Delaney James, laborer, res 609 Adeline 
Delaney Mary, domestic I. M. Johnson 
Delgado Pedro, capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 
Delger Frederick, capitalist, res .524 Frederick 
Deljari Charles, res N s East 14th nr Twenty -sixth av 
Delmore James, joiner C. P. R. R., res lOOo Chester 
Delorier Alphonse, laborer, res St. Louis House 
Delorier Louis, gardener, res St. Louis House 
Deluchi Lorenzo, gardener, res S s Forty-seventh nr Shat- 

tuck av, Temescal 
Deluchi Louis, gardener, res E s Shattuck av nr Merced av, 

Temescal 
Denare Jacob, teamster The Thomas Coalyard, res 415 

Tenth 
Demarais Bradley, salesman M H. Coffee, res 263 Second 
Demarais Charles, waiter, res 263 Second 
Demarais George, engineer Engine No. 3, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res 1669 Eighth 
Demartini Francisco, res 663 Fifth 
Demartini Rosa Mrs. , res 663 Fifth 

Deme Augustin, carriage painter Sohst Bros., res 866Tjydia 
Dement Edward, res 971 West 
Dement John, student University, res 971 West 
Dement Olive Mrs, res 971 West 

Deming House, Mrs. F. Ruck proprietress, 476 Central av 
Deming John D., master mariner, res Wilcox Block, room 20 
Deming S. W. Mrs., res 478 Central av 
Demorest David, shoe cutter (S. F.) res 218 Haven 
Dempsey Patrick, carpenter, res 1463 Seventh 
Dempsey Thomas, coachman A. J. Ralston, 524 Twenty -fifth 
Denaut Joseph, coachman, res St. Louis House 
Denaut Erenne, groceries, 459 Fourth 
Denehy Daniel, laborer, res 612 Adeline 
Denis Jean B., market, 810 Broadway 
Denison Adna A., driver Fourteenth Street Railroad, res 

1378 Franklin 
Denison Eli S., general news agent C. P. R. R., res 953 

Eighth 
Denison O. I. & Co. (Oscar I. Denison) real estate agents, 

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192 OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 

Denison Oscar I. (O. I. Denisoil & Co.) res 1378 Franklin 
Denke August, carpenter, res 1311 Kirkham 
Dennan Jobn, laborer, res 818 Twenty-first 
Dennen Augustus M. , carpenter, res 833 Willow 
Dennisou Albert, laborer Walter Blair, res Blair's Dairy 
Dennison Charles H., insurance (S. F.) res NW cor Central 

av and Castro 
Dennison J., windmill agent, res Clinton House 
Dennison William, driver Walter Blair, res Blair's Dairy 
Denny Jeremiah, res 1416 Twelfth 

Denn}? Margaret Mrs., fancy goods, store and res 766 Seventh 
Denslow Joseph, printer, res 612 Madison 
Derby Edward M., lumber dealer (S. F.) res S s East 14th, 

Fruit Vale 
Derby Henry J. (George F. Crist & Co.) res 865 East 15th 
Derby Jobn, mining secretary (S. F.) res 1314 Eighth 
Derby John A., tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 865 East 15th 
Derby John S., proprietor Oak Grove Tannery, res 861 East 

Central av 
Derby Richard, bookkeeper C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 770 Tenth 
Derby Thomas, merchant (S. F.) res 164 Lake 
Dermot John, res 214 Eighth 

Des Rochers C. L., real estate, res 610 Fourteenth 
Desnoyer Jean, porter Benjamin F. Edwards, res 700 

Franklin 
Detels Henry D., clerk J. F. W. Detels, res 1057 Willow 
Detels J. F. W., groceries and liquors, NE cor Eighth and 

Willow, res 1057 Willow 
Detels Martin, grocer (S. F.) res 985 Peralta 
Dettinger F. Sales, restaurant keeper, res 364 Tenth 
Deuprey Eugene N., attoruey-at-law (S. F.) res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Erie 
Deuschle John J. , contractor and builder, res S s Forty- 
fourth ur Telegraph av, Temescal 
Devereaux William, farmer, res Pryal's lane ofi' Vernon av, 

Claremont 
Devers Martin, painter C. P. R. R., res 1026 Willow 
Devine Edward, clerk (S. F.) res 804 Willow 
Devine James, fireman C. P. R. R. 
Devine Patrick, lielper Oakland Gas Light Co., res SE cor 

Washington and Second 
Devine William, clerk, res 817 Peralta 
Devoe George H., res Union Hotel 
Dewey Alfred T., publisher (S. F.) res 1304 Franklin 
Dewey George, teacher cornet Morgan Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, res S. F 



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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 193 

Dewing Archibald A., instructor California Military Acad- 
emy, res NE cor Telegraph av and Prospect 
Dexter Asa A., trader, res 1228 Franklin 
Dexter Stables, Alfos L. Hines proprietor, 276 Central av 
Deyberg Eva S., widow, res 1654 Nineteenth av 
Diamond Martha, widow, res 1460 Third 
Diard Joseph F., gardener, res 673 East 17th 
Dick Byron C, special agent Oakland Home Insurance Co., 

res 1207 Broadway 
Dick William (William Dick & Co.) res 523 Hobart 
Dick William Jr., with William Dick & Co., res 523 Hobart 
Dick William & Co. (William Dick) dry goods, etc., 476 

Ninth 
Dickerson David E., carpenter, res 714 Eleventh 
Dickerson James, car cleaner C. P. E.. R., res Division bet 

Cedar and Pine 
Dickinson Marie T., teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 

627 Tenth 
Diefenbacher Augusta, widow, res 1949 Filbert 
Diercks Henry, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 1455 Fifth 
Dietz Alfred C (A. C. Dietz & Co., S. F.) res W s San 

Pablo av nr Temescal Creek 
Dietz Andrew E., janitor Dietz's Opera House, NE cor 

Webster and ('entral av 
Dietz George F., bookkeeper (S. F.) res NE cor Webster 

and Central av 
Dietz's Opera House, NE cor Webster and Central av 
Dieves Joseph (Kramm <fe Dieves) res 1416 Telegraph av 
Dieves Joseph P., proprietor Three-mile House, San Lean- 

dro Road 
Dill Albert F., master mariner, res 638 Chestnut 
Dillard P. F., solicitor Singer Sewing Machine, res 517 

Ninth 
Dille Jefferson T., capitalist, res 809 Oak 
Dillon J. C, sewing machines, res 517 Ninth 
DUiLON JOSEPH M., city assessor, office City Hall, res 

SE cor Oak and Seventh 
Dillon Malachi F., student, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 
Dillon Nora, domestic H. H. More, res 176 Lake 
Dillon William J., res 1211 Franklin 
DIMMICK JOSEPH, dentist, 869 Washington, room 1, res 

1921 Market 
Dimock G. A., printer Pacific Press, res cor Central av and 

Castro 
Dimon Charles L., insurance (S. F.) res 1363 Castro 
Dimon C. L. Jr., clerk H. L. Roff, res 1363 Castro 



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194 OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 



Dimond Hugh, farmer, res W s Fruit Vale av, 1^ miles 

north Old County Koad 
Dineen Michael, marble worker Dwyer & Kelly, res 1917 

Peralta 
Dingee William J., clerk E. A. Heron, and notary public, 

res Galindo Hotel 
Dingle Joseph, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Dingley Charles L., lumber dealer (S. F.) res 876 East 15th 
Dinsmore William G., driver Wingate's Express, res S. F. 
Dippold George, cook Berkeley Laundry 
DIRECTORY CITY OF OAKLAND (Bishop's Annual) 

William B. Hardy agent, 959 Broadway 
Diregaos G. P., teacher music, res 836 Broadway 
Disard James, porter, res 722 Filbert 
Distant Robert, coftee saloou, 713 Broadway 
District Attorney Alameda Count}', E. M. Gibson, office 

Court House, second floor 
Dittman Christopher, confectioner Thomson & Co., res 510 

Seventh 
Divall May, hairworker Mrs. S. M. Abbott, res Hay- 
wards 
Diver Z. Mrs., res 950 Wood 
Dix & Shurvell (Rufus Dix and John Shurvell) wines and 

liquors, NW cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph av, Tem- 

escal 
Dix Harry, carriage painter, res 1684 William 
Dix Rufus (Dix & Shurvell) res NW cor Thirty-ninth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Dix William, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1111 Campbell 
Dixon Almond B. , farmer, res SW cor Alcatraz av and Ade- 
line, Temescal 
Dixon Arthur, porter Centennial House 
Dixon B. J., clerk, res Winter's Hotel 

Dixon Charles W., butcher Charles H. Smith, res 1313 Brush 
Dixon Edward, res Isabella nr San Pablo av 
Dixon George, hostler Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale 

R. R., res 680 East 33rd, Lynn 
Dixon James, conductor Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R. R,, res 

1304 Tenth av 
Dixon John, blacksmith P. H. McGrew, res S. F. 
Dixon John, stockbroker (S. F.) res 949 Filbert 
Dixon John E., speculator, res 577 Central av 
Dixon Samuel L., clerk (S. F.) res 940 Myrtle 
Dixon Thomas, blacksmith Oakland Iron Works, res 1466 

Curtis 
Dixon William, employee C P. R. R. 



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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 195 

Docking Thomas, physician, office and res 821 Washington 
Dodd Michael, blacksmith J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Dodd Samuel, laborer Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 

Co., res Melrose 
Dodge C. G., clerk (S. F.) res E s Chestnut nr Tenth 
Dodge Charles F., notary public, insurance and real estate 

agent, office West End Hotel, res 1377 Seventeenth 
Dodge Edward, bricklayer, res 555 Sixth 
Dodge George S., capitalist (S. F.) res cor Madison and 

Ninth 
Dodge JohnH., lodgings, 616 ISroadway 
Dodge John K., compositor Times Job Office, res 616 Broad- 
way 
Dodge Josiah W., general broker (S.F.) res 1253 Twelfth av 
Dodge Lydia J. Miss, res 616 Broadway 
Dodge Mary A. , widow, res 955 Fifth av 
Dodge Sophia J. Mrs. (Peterson & Dodge) res 616 Broad- 
way 
Dodge William C, teacher, res 1301 Clay 
Dodge William H., farmer, res 1354 Eighth av 
DODS JAMES, City Clerk and Treasurer, City Hall, res 

1006 Webster 
Doe Charles F., president California Door Co., office 460 

Second, res S. F. 
Doe Fred. A., clerk Doe, Griffin & Seaman, res 1319 Grove 
DOE, GRIFFIN & SEAMAN (Luke Doe, Henry Griffin 
and George B. Seaman) insurance agents, 958 Broad- 
way 
Doe James, gardener George T. Hawley, res Prospect nr 

Broadway 
Doe John, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 963 Castro 
Doe Luke (Doe, Griffin & Seaman) and real estate agent, 

958 Broadway, res 1319 Grove 
Doe Mellen L., salesman (S- F.) res 1367 Eighth av 
Doheny & Marum (Joseph J. and Jeremiah J. Doheny and 
Thomas C. Marum) dry and fancy goods, 1017 Broadway 
Doheny Jeremiah J. (Doheny & Marum) res228 Ninth 
Doheny Joseph J. (Doheny & Marum) res 228 Ninth 
Dolierty Celia, waitress Winsor House 
Doherty George W., surveyor (S. F.) res 721 Fifth 
Doherty John, surveyor, res 721 Fifth 

Doherty John J., blacksmith S. S. Dunmire, res 518 Sixth 
Dohrmann John H., teacher music, res 359 Fourth 
Dolan Bernard, laborer Lewis Morley, res Hays Valley 
Dolan Frank, carpenter, res 1642 Union 



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196 OAKLAND [ D ] DIKECTORY. 

Dolan James, dairy, S s Weston av nr Broadway 

Dolan John, tinner M. De La Montanya, res 903 Washington 

Dolan Maggie E. Miss, dressmaker, 494 Twenty-fifth 

Dolan Mary, domestic Albert P. Brayton, 1167 Jackson 

Dolan Mrvy, widow, res 160 Seventh 

Dolan Mary A., domestic Coll Deane, SE cor Twenty-second 

and Webster 
Dolan Michael, laborer, res 310 East Central av 
Dolan Michael, laborer C. P. E. R., res 1711 Atlantic 
Dolan Philip, driver East Oakland, Fruit Vale and Mills 

Seminary R. R., res 607 East 14th 
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith (S. F.) res 1475 Fifth 
Dolan Thomas, painter and extraman Hose No. 1, Oakland 

Fire Department, res 166 Seventh 
Doling James, carpenter, res 806 Jackson 
Dolman William H., grain merchant, res 1271 Eleventh av 
Donahoe Daniel, laborer, res 697 Twenty-seventh 
Donahoe David, plumber, res 697 Twenty-seventh 
Donahoo Amanda A. Miss, milliner, res 812 Twentieth 
Donahoo Frank L., telegraph operator C. P. R. R., Market 

Street Station, res 812 Twentieth 
Donahoo William H., mason, res 812 Twentieth 
Donahue B. J., restaurant, 1770 Seventh, res 1691 Eighth 
Donahue Cornelius J., iron molder (S. F.) res 1263 Kirkham 
Donahue David, laborer, res 707 Sycamore 
Donahue Edward, painter, res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Donahue F., laborer C. P. R. R. 
Donaldson Alexander, stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res 769 Lydia 
Donaldson Fannie, domestic 320 Fourth 
Donaldson James, commission merchant (S. F.) res NWcor 

Twelfth and Castro 
Donaldson V. M., pressman Pacific Press, res cor Twelfth 

and Castro 
Donaldson William A., lumber dealer (S. F.) res 1620 Thir- 
teenth av 
Donnatin Charles E., cai-penter C. P. R. R., res E s Wood 

bet William and Atlantic 
Donnell John, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Donnellan Thomas, pressman Times Job Office, res NE cor 

Twenty-eighth and Market 
Donnelly Bernard J., bookkeeper J. P. O'Toole & Co., res 

1810 Goss 
Donnelly Croghan, laborer C. P. R. R., res NE cor Central 

av and Campbell 



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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 197 

Donnelly Mary Mrs., res 1810 Goss 
Donohoe Murchie, res 518 Sixth, rear 

Donohue David J., plumber John Rooney, res 697 Twenty- 
seventh 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, res 810 Alice 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, res 833 Sixteenth 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, res 500 Twenty-fourth 
Donovan James, res 1553 Eighth 
Donovan James, laborer, res S s Alcatraz av nr Humboldt, 

Temescal 
Donovan Jeremiah, clerk McMillan & Cox, res SW cor Third 

and Filbert 
Donovan Johanna Mrs., res 810 Alice 
Donovan John, fireman stmr Capital, res 1003 Third 
Donovan John, laborer, res 409 Seventh 
Donovan Julia, domestic Frank C. Havens, E s Vernon nr 

Lee 
Donovan Kate Miss, res 513 Tenth 
Donovan Maggie Miss, milliner, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Margaret, widow, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan Patrick, laborer, res 500 Twenty-fourth 
Donovan Thomas, res 814 Twenty-ninth 
Donovan Thomas, laborer, res 513 Elm 
Doody Miles, painter, res 565 Sixth 
Doolan Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., res 887 Bay 
Doolan Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1711 Atlantic 
Dooley Thomas P., clerk Michael McCabe, res 753 Seventh 
Dorety Joseph H., agent (S. F.) res 963 JelTerson 
Dorgan John, carpenter, res 1415 Ninth 
Dorgan Michael, dairy, res W s Webster nr Broadway 
Dornin Oscar G., paying teller Union National Bank, res 

Dwight Way nr Bowditch, Berkeley 
Dorsch Charles, tailor, 1692 Telegraph av 
Dorwin George, student, res 569 Eighth 
Dorwin George W., assay er Castle Dome Mining and Smelt- 

mg Co., res Melrose 
Dostal M. A. Miss, dressmaker, 1011 Franklin 
Doty Antoue, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Doty Charles H., messenger Pacific Transfer Co. (S. F.) res 

1063 Sixteenth 
Doty J. R.Mrs., res 1263 Cypress 
Do.y Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Doub D. M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1692 Broadway 
Dougherty G. T., res 477 Prospect 
Dougherty John, fireman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dougherty W. E., res 477 Prospect 



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198 OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 

Douglas Nathan S., tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., res 

2015 Chestnut 
Douglas Oliver P., carpenter, res 1919 Magnolia 
Douglass Henry, waiter C. B. Mansfield, res 990 Willow 
Douglass Jennie Mrs., cook Oakland Ladies' Belief Society 

Home, S s Linden bet Telegraph av and Broadway, 

Temescal 
Dougry Charles, plasterer, res 471 Twenty-sixth 
Dove Jane, widow, laundress, res 574 Sixth 
Dove Samuel W., stationery (S. F.) res 1457 Grove 
Dow B., laborer, res 1113 Third 

Dow Lorenzo, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1370 Eleventh 
Dow Rinaldo R., engineer, res 418 East 23rd 
Dowd Daniel, painter C. P. R. R., res 1267 Campbell 
Dowd James, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1502 Chester 
Dowdican P. H., special police, res 409 Seventh 
Dowling Richard J., carpenter, 521 Seventh 
Dowling Sarah Mrs., res E s Fortieth nr Grove, Temescal 
Dowling William E. (Hickey & Dowling) res 569 Sixth 
Downes Jane Mrs., nurse, res 916 Wood 
Downey Ann, widow, res 665 Fifth 
Downey Frank, res 820 Willow 

Downey Frank, clerk James McElroy, res 665 Fifth 
Downey James, clerk (S. F.) res 1016 Tenth av 
Downey John H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

Overland House 
Downey William J., brassfinisher (S. F.) res 665 Fifth 
Downie George, miller Samm's Flouring Mills, res 518 

Third 
Downie Sarah Mrs., res 962 Thirty -fifth 
Downing Abraham F., merchant (S. F.) res 1219 Webster 
Downing Albert, cigars and tobacco, res 1018 Wood 
Downing Charles F., clerk (S. F.) res 1219 Webster 
Downing Matt., res 1031 Chester 

Downing Orrien P., merchant (S. F.) res 1219 Webster 
Downing Sure W., fruit and produce, 720 Chestnut 
Downs William, laborer John P. Murphy, res W s High nr 

East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Doyle Daniel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Doyle James J., sailmaker (S. F.) res 229 Harlan 
Doyle John, night clerk Tubbs Hotel 
Doyle John, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr San Pablo 

Station 
Doyle Luke, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1812 Seventh 
Doyle Patrick, laborer (S. F.) res 889 Bay 
Drady Michael, laborer, res 1355 Eighteenth 



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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 199 

Drain D., calker C. P. K. K. 

Drake Elvira D. Mrs., nurse, res S s Avon bet First and 
Second avs 

Drake Flemon, manager "Western Union Telegraph Co. (S. 
F.) res 565 East 15th 

Drake George W., coal dealer (S. F.) res 1720 Seward 

Drake Melvin, blacksmith Michael Sullivan, res Union Hotel 

Dramatic Herald (weekly) H. L. DeForrest publisher and 
proprietor, 856 Broadway 

DRAPER CHARLES F., physician and surgeon, 855 Wash- 
ington, rooms 27-28, res Clarendon House 

Dreaper Robert, broommaker Edward L. Cortage, res 1667 
William 

Drennon James, engineer (S. F.) res 1014 Eleventh av 

Drennon William H., engineer, res 1014 Eleventh av 

Dresco Lorenzo, laborer Oakland Paving Co., res McAdam 
nr Dale 

Dressier George, boots and shoes, 615 East Central av 

Dreux Angele, widow, res 529 Second 

Drew Edwin P., watchman, res 736 Myrtle 

Drew Elizabeth Mrs., seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 

Dreyer John H., shoemaker William H. Nolan, res 851 
Harrison 

Drinkmann Albina Miss, res 2072 Market 

Drinkwater Ambrose M., salesman F. B. Miller & Co., res 
404 Central av 

Drinkwater L. H., master mariner, res 568 Fifteenth 

Driscoll Dennis J., sailmaker, res 1661 Atlantic 

Driscoll Eliza Mrs. (Mallay & Driscoll, S.F.) res 940 Peralta 

Driscoll James, laborer C. P. R. E., res 1661 Atlantic 

Driscoll Jeremiah, grainer, res 417 Seventh 

Driscoll Jerry, laborer C P. R. R., res 1661 Atlentic 

Driscoll John, laborer, res 1661 Atlantic 

Driscoll Lawrence, painter, res 417 Seventh 

Driscoll William, laborer, res 520 Third 

Drosbach Andrew, engineer J. Homer Fritch, res 682 Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Drucker Herman, clerk H. Tum Suden & Co., res 618 East 
Central av 

Drugan James, laborer, res 314 Third, rear 

Drum John S-, capitalist, 422 Central av, res 953 Market 

Drumgold John, canvasser, res 765 Grove 

Drummond James, gardener R. D. Hume, res E s Fruit 
Vale av nr East 27th 

Drummond John, waiter C J. & W. C. Ironmonger, resSW 
cor Ninth and Franklin 



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200 OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 

Dryden J. E. Mrs., dressmaker, res 843 Isabella 

Dry den "William S., mason, res 843 Isabella 

Drynen John, stock speculator, res 227 Tenth 

Drysdale Daniel, salesman E. D. Block & Co., res S. F. 

Dryseale Daniel, clerk, res 1816 Atlantic 

Du Bois Peter G., carpenter C. P. K.K., res 2101 Atlantic 

Du Bois William C, clerk U. S. Eailway Mail Service (S. 
r.) res Union Hotel 

Du Brutz Frederick C. M., attorney-at-law (S.F.) res John- 
son House 

Du Prat Augustus, salesman (S. F.) res 813 Adeline 

Duane Joseph, res 461| Fourth 

Dubois Lewis A., farmer, res 364 Third 

Duces George, butcher H. M. Ames Jr., res Butchertown 

Ducey Catherine, widow, res 1311 Sixth av 

Ducker James W., barkeeper J. J. Hanifin, res 1403 Grove 

Ducommun Frank, confectioner McKenzie & Geddes, res 
1154 Broadway 

Duddy Martin, expressman, res 911 Alice 

Dnddy William, carriage painter M. W. Allen, res 911 Alice 

Dudley Justin Z. , painter, res 1222 Franklin 

Dudley William M., clerk (S. F.) res E s Adeline bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 

Due Anton, farmhand C. N. Tharsing, res AV s High nr Old 
County Road 

Duensing Louis, upholsterer Richard M. Frost, res 460 Sixth 

Duff William, shipkeeper C. P. R. R., res 1804 William 

Duffy Edward, butcher Louis Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 

Duffy EdAvard F., foreman Enterprise Mills, res 835 Clay 

Duffy James (Whittier, Fuller & Co.) res S. F. 

Duffy John, machinist, res 821 East 14th 

Duffy Patrick, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Union av 

Duffy Thomas, plasterer, res 1054 Broadway 

Dufit Mars, widow, res 370 Third 

Dugan George, lather, res 1372 Central av 

Dugan Mark M., salesman William H. Nolan, res S.F. 

Dugan Robert, laborer, res S s Parker nr Humboldt av, 
Temescal 

Duggan Thomas, laborer, res 1010 Fifth 

Duggen Mary A., widow, res 661 Seventh 

Duignan Thomas, carpenter, res 491 Twenty-fifth 

Dulion Emile D., butcher, res 366 Ninth 

Dunand Louis F., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 518 Fourth 

Dunbar Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 
1355 Thirteenth 

Dunbar Joshua, groceries, 851 Myrtle, res 1300 Seventh 



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OAKLAND [ D ] DIRECTORY. 201 

Duncan Dora Mrs., res 764 Fourth 

Duncan Ed., calker C. P. E. K. 

Duncan George J., conductor C. P.R. R., res 1864 William 

Duncan John J., res 804 Thirteenth 

Duncan Joseph M., res 1136 Filbert 

Duncan Eichard, res 831 Myrtle 

Duncombe Agnes Mrs., res 465 Thirteenth 

Duncombe LucjM., res E s Telegi'aph av bet Linden and 

Temescal, Temescal 
Dunham A. Murrj, photographer, res 562 Eleventh 
Dunham Benjamiia F., hardware (S. F.)res 1369 Jackson 
Dunham C. Mrs., res 562 Eleventh 

Dunham George P., driver Fashion Stables, res 524 Sixth 
Dunham Orrin S., carriage and sign painter, res 707 Frank- 
lin 
Dunham Woodruff, wholesale wood, res 1622 Thirteenth 
Dunlap Henry, teamster, res 1541 Curtis 
Duumire Samuel S., carriage manufacturer, 266 Central av, 

res 1351 Franklin 
Dunn John S., painter C. P. E. E., res 514 Fifteenth 
Dunn M., gardener, SW cor Seventeenth and Castro 
Dunn Martin J., clerk John Gushing, res cor Claremont av 

and New Tunnel Eoad, Claremont 
Dunn Martin M. , farmer, res cor Claremont av and New 

Tunnel Eoad, Claremont 
Dunn Mary Miss, res 359 Tenth 
Dunn Michael, laborer, res 126 Louise 
Dunn Patrick, laborer, res 1612 Myrtle 
Dunn Samuel W., bookseller (8. F.) res 1457 Grove 
Dunn Thomas, laborer, res 972 East 16th 
Dunne John C., compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

Hartman House 
Dunn's Block, W s Washington bet Seventh and Eighth 
Dunphy Thomas, lather, res 762 Twentieth 
Dunsten John, hostler Broadway and Piedmont E. E. Co., 

res cor Webster and Moss av 
Dunton Charles H., with W. W. Montague & Co., res 938 

Thirty- sixth 
Duran Camille, cook John Marques, res 508 Seventh 
Durant Amos, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 586 

Delger 
Durant Mary E. B., widow, res 1357 Franklin 
Durant Jane, widow, res SW cor Tenth av and East 17th 
Durant School, A. W. Brodt principal, N s Twenty-eighth 

bet Grove and West 
Durell Gideon, carpenter, res 268 B 



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202 OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 

Durham & Bujffett (John P. Durham and Charles C. BuiTett) 

carriage manufacturers, 509 Eighth 
Durham John P. (Durham & Buffett) res 510 Ninth 
Durham J. P. Mrs., millinery, 1171 Broadwa}', res 510 Ninth 
Durning Thomas A., compositor (S. P.) res 1614 Fifteenth 
Durr P. J., salesman Salinger Brothers, res S. F. 
Durst J., res 1113 Adeline 
Dury J. B., porter (S. F.) res 14 Center 
Dusenbury George, machinist C. P. R. R., res Seventh 

Street House 
Dusinbury J. B., res 1228 Adeline 
Dusinbury Myron T., teller Oakland Bank of Savings, res 

1228 Adeline 
Dusinbury T. E., engineer C. P. R. R. 
Dutil Lorenzo, bookkeeper Longe & Baliran, res 1057 

Alice 
Dutre Alfred, gardener, res 560 Franklin 
Dutro Antonio, laborer C. P. R. R., res 621 Henry 
Duttle Otto, waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Dwelling House Underwriters (fire of Watertown, N. Y.) 

Doe, Griffin & Seaman agents. 958 Broadway 
Dwyer & Kelly (Daniel D. Dwyer and James F. Kelly) 

marble and granite works, SE cor Seventh and Castro 
Dwyer Ann Mrs., res N s Alcatraz av nr R. R. crossing, 

Temescal 
Dwyer Daniel D. (Dwyer & Kelly) SE cor Seventh and 

Castro 
Dwyer William, farmer, res N s Alcatraz av nr R. R. cross- 
ing, Temescal 
Dyer Czar J., lithographer, res 404 Central av 
Dyer George AV., machinist Trowbridge & Pillsbury, res 

716 Market 
Dyer James A., painter C. P. R. R., res 363 Fifth 
Dyer Joseph B., clerk (S. F.) res 1257 Jackson 
Dyer Joseph P., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1257 Jackson 
Dyer William H., janitor Franklin, Swett and Court House 

Schools, res NE cor East 16th and Twentv-second av 
Dyke Delesle D., machinist (S. F.) res 209 Third 
Dvns William H., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 362 Tenth 



Eadon Edward, clerk (S. F.) res 674 Thirty-fifth 

Eadon Moses, clerk (S. F.) res 916 Fifth 

Eadon William, upholsterer (S. F.) res 674 Thirty-fifth 



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OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 203 

Eadon William H., clerk (S. F.), res 674 Thirty-fifth 
Eagan Margaret, domestic William H. Glascock, 305 Fifth 
Eagan Mary, domestic M. O. Barber, SE cor Clifton and 

Second av 
Eagar Brothers (Henry T. and Thomas C. Eagar) wood and 

coal, W s Thirteenth av bet East 14th and East 15th 
Eagar Henry T. (Eagar Brothers) res 626 East 14th 
Eagar Thomas C (Eagar Brothers) res 626 East 14th 
Eager Edward N., surveyor and civil engineer, office and 

res 921 Broadway, room 5 
Eager Mary, widow, res 1315 Twelfth av 
Eagle Box Factory, John J. Mclntire proprietor, 507-509 

Second 
Eames Jennie Miss, teacher music, res 489 Prospect 
Eames Roscoe L., bookkeeper Zeno Mauvais and inventor 
Light Line shorthand, 420 Central av, res 554 Thirty- 
fifth 
Eames Samuel L., farmer, res 489 Prospect 
Earhart Philip L., dairy, W s Lake bet Chambers and Cot- 
tage 
Earl Edwin T., commission merchant (S. F.) res 768 

Central av 
Earl George, labor C. P. E. R., res 1558 Eighth 
Earl Guy C., student LTniversity, res 768 Central av 
Earl Henry, teamster Asher Tyler, res cor Eighth av and 

and East Eleventh 
Earl Josiah, commission merchant (S. F.) res 7t 8 Cen- 
tral av 
Earle Freeman R., res 717 Jefierson 
Earle John B., note teller (S. F.) res 610 Central av 
Early Henrv P., piano polisher Kohler & Chase, res 513 

Ninth " 
Earnest Joseph T., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1439 

Market 
Eastey John F., carpenter, res cor A and Peralta 
Eason William L. , city editor Tribune, res Bellevue House 
East Oakland, Fruit Vale and Mills Seminary RR., A. W. 
Mav superintendent, office SE cor Twelfth av and East 
lltii 
EAST OAKLAND PLANING MILLS, Barnes Brothers & 
Gedge proprietors, cor East Central and Fourteenth avs 
East Oakland Pottery, Henry Bundock proprietor, cor East 

Central and Nineteenth avs 
Eastland Alfred T., clerk Oakland Gaslight Co., res 569 

Tenth 
Eastland Andrew J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 921 Myrtle 



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204 OAKLAND [ E ] WRECTORY. 

EASTLAND JOSEPH G., secretary Oakland Gaslight Co., 

office S s Ninth nr Broadway, res S. F. 
Eastland Josephine Mrs., res 921 Myrtle 
EASTLAND VAN LEER, superintendent Oakland Gas- 
light Co., office S s Ninth nr Broadway, res 817 Grove 
Eastman C. H., commission merchant (S. E.) res 1057 Sev- 
enth av 
Eastman Francis G., foreman Oakland Paving Co., res 460 

Elm 
Eastman Henry P., engineer C. P. R. K. 
EASTMAN MOSES H., superintendent Oakland Paving 
Co., office Union Bank Building, rooms 6-7, res 64 
Valley 
Easton James, capitalist, res 1373 Harrison 
Eaton Annie J., widow, res 1009 Madison 
Eaton Charles, res Union Hotel 

Eaton Charles H., lumber surveyor, res 1665 Lincoln 
Eaton Edward, engraver C. L. Smith & Co., res Winter's 

Hotel 
Eaton Frederick W.. secretary S. F. Steamboat and Trans- 
portation Co., res 953 Madison 
Eaton Henr}^ marker foreman Contra Costa Laundry 
Eaton Mary E., widow, res 307 Seventh 
Eccles William, plumber, res 1513 Brush 
Eccles William J., painter, res 951 Thirty-fifth 
Eccleston Richard, wood and coal (S. F.) res 608 Eighteenth 
Eckels Raymond, brassfounder (S. F.) res nr San Pablo 

Station 
Eckfeldt Theodore W., res 777 Sixteenth 
Eckley Henry, carpet dealer (S F.) res 114 Eleventh 
Eckley John L., carpet dealer (S. F.) res Poplar bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Ecksteine William, tailor, 962^ Broadway 
Eddings William C., barkeeper Harry In wall, res NE cor 

Ninth and Broadway 
Eddy Edward B., surveyor, res 1067 Brush 
Edelen Lemuel H., speculator (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Eden William J., collector Home Mutual Insurance Co., res 

S s Thirty-sixth bet San Pablo av and Market 
Edgar Arthur, farmer, res 2153 West 
Edgar James, speculator, res 2226 San Pablo av 
Edgecomb William M., carpenter, res 1626 Pacific 
Edgerly Henry C, res SW cor East 14th and Lane, Fruit 

Vale 
Edgerton A. D., salesman A. Lippman, res 517 Ninth 
Edlen John, fireman C. P. R. R. 



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OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 205 

Edmonds Walter J., barber, 962| Broadway, res 521 Fourth 
Edstrom Thomas, trunkmaker, res 811 Center 
Edwards Ambrose F., jeweler, res 1054 Central av 
Edwards Benjamin F., barber, 467 Seventh, res 510 Fifth 
Edwards Brothers (Charles E. and Frederick J.) fish and 

oysters, 818 Broadway 
Edwards Charles E. (Edwards Brothers) res S. F. 
Edwards Clara Miss, teacher Cole School, res 404 Central av 
Edwards D. B. Mrs., widow, res 1525 J Broadway 
Edwards E., laborer Albion K. P. Harmon, res 1568 Web- 
ster 
Edwards Edwin W., carpenter, res 1464 Fifth 
Edwards Evan J., gardener, res 814 Twenty-eighth 
Edwards Frederick J (Edwards Brothers) res 1263 Eighth 
Edwards George C, professor State University, res 1568 

Webster 
Edwards George W., res 1367 Tenth av 
Edwards George W., wood turner (S. F.) res 1511 Third 
Edwards Henry, employee C. P. K. R., res 1870 Atlantic 
Edwards James, brakeman C. P- R. C, res West Oakland 

House 
Edwards James, physician, office and res 855 Center 
Edwards John, deputy County Clerk, res 404 Central av 
Edwards John G., publisher Coast Review (S. F.) res 520 

Tenth 
Edwards John L., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1713 Eighth 
Edwards John S., sailmaker (S. F.) res 1102 East 24th 
Edwards Justus, carpenter, res S s Forty-fifth nr Grove, 

Temescal 
Edwards L. , painter, res Sunnyside House 
EDWARDS LEMUEL B., insurance agent, 467 ^^"nth, res 

718 Eighteenth 
EDWARDS ROBERT W., watchmaker and jeweler, 961 

Broadway, res 1054 Central av 
Edwards Thomas C, commercial agency (S. F.) res NE cor 

Union and Duncan, Lynn 
Edwards William, carpenter, res 522 East 14th 
Edwards William E., bellow^s manufacturer, res 721 Chester 
Eells Charles P., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res W s San Pablo 

av, nr Temescal Creek 
Egan John, coachman, res 1108 Third 
Egbert Robert S., merchant, res 1123 Myrtle 
Egert Louis H., butcher, res S s Weston av bet Telegraph 

av and Broadway 
EIBEN & NOR (Fred. G. Eiben and Andrew J. Nor) gro- 
cers, NW cor Seventh and Campbell 



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206 OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 

Eiben Fred. G. (Eiben & Nor) res NW cor Campbell and 

Seventh 
Eicbbaum Frederick H., assistant superintendent Oakland 

Gas Light Co., res 769 Central av 
Eichbaum William P., collector Oakland Gas Light Co., res 

769 Central av 
Eien Christian, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 664 

Twenty-sixth 
Eiferle Christ., barkeeper David Wemmer, res 416 Eighth 
Finer William, shoemaker David J. Outram, res Winters' 

Hotel 
Eisan Albert F., millwright, res SW cor Seventh and 

Franklin 
Eissler John, foreman Manuel Eissler, res S s Clark nr High, 

Melrose 
Eissler Manuel, manufacturer Union Blasting Powder, S s 

Clark nr High, Melrose, office S. F., res 1417 Thirt 

teenth av 
Eitel Charles H., salesman (S. F.) res 820 Henry 
Eitel Henry, druggist, res 820 Henry 
Ekensteen Augustus, clerk (S. F.) res 1115 Campbell 
Ekman William (Newland & Ekman) res Newland House 
EL DORADO LIVERY STABLE, Joseph C. Trescott pro- 
prietor, 405 Twelfth 
El Dorado Market, A. Heuer & Co. proprietors, NW cor 

Ninth and Webster 
Eland Annie Miss, agent Butterick & Co. Patterns, 961 

Broadway, res 1005 Webster 
Eland Hannah Mrs., furnished rooms, 1005 Webster 
Eland Eobert, res 1005 Webster 
Elder Alexander, commission merchant (S. F.) res 486 Mer- 

rimac 
Elder Emma S. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 486 Mer- 

rimac 
Elder Sarah C, widow, res 486 Merrimac 
Eldridge Edward, policeman (S. F.) res 2130 Chestnut 
Eldridge George, clerk, res 2130 Chestnut 
Eldridge John V., clerk, res 2130 Chestnut 
Eldridge William, clerk, res 2130 Chestnut 
Eliason Horace D., mailing and paper clerk Post Office, res 

572 Tenth 
Eliassen Martin, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 1607 Market 
Elkan A., shoemaker, SW cor Central av and Franklin, res 

409| Central av 
Ellard Hattie, domestic I. W. Knox, 534 Knox pi 
Ellerbrock Henry H., laborer C. P. R. R., res Hansa Hotel 



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OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 207 

Ellingsworth Samuel, restaurant, 902 Broadway, res N s East 

27tli nr Twenty-first av. Highland Park 
Elliott Abial, physician, res 612J East Central av 
Elliott Albert, chimney sweep and whitener, res 423 Tenth 
Elliott C. N. Mrs., widow, ladies nurse, res 1156 Broadway 
Elliott Frank, messenger Bay and Coast Telegraph Co., res 

1156 Broadway 
Elliott George, carpenter, res 767 East Central av 
Elliott James, teamster Taylor & Co., res 616 Second 
Elliott McDonald, res 854 Brush 
Elliott Robert, teamster, res 653 Grove 
Elliott Robert W., res 854 Brush 

Elliott Wallace W., lithographer, res 869 Washington 
Ellis A. A. Miss, dressmaker Mrs. J. G. Green, res Alameda 
Ellis Alexander L., machinist C. P. R. R., res 1608 William 
Ellis Annie, widow, res 1116 Alice 
Ellis Charles H., extraman Engine Co, No. 1, Oakland Fire 

Department, res Fifteenth rear City Hall 
Ellis C. M. Miss, principal Court House School, res 1351 

Fourth av 
Ellis Cyrus E ., letter carrier, res 1007 Pine 
Ellis James, commission merchant (S. F.) res 530 Ninth 
Ellis John, canvasser, res 1312 Eleventh av 
Ellis John F., printer (S. F.) res 1312 Eleventh av 
Ellis John H., miller Weston & Welch, res Grand Western 

Hotel 
Ellis John H., painter, res 1326 Eleventh av 
Ellis Richard L., hostler John Gushing, res 1228 Franklin 
Ellis Samuel, salesman Edward Barnett, res 370 Fifth 
Ellis Walter G., manufacturing jeweler, 954 Broadway, res 

Alameda 
Ellsworth C. F. Mrs., proprietor Kohler-Chase House, NE 

cor Ninth and Washington 
Ellsworth L. Mrs., dressmaker, 1156 Broadway 
Ellwood Francis W., carpenter C.P.R.R., res 460 East 17th 
Ellwood William B., gi'oceries and liquors, 1111-1113 Kirk- 
ham 
Elm Charles J. A., sign, carriage and ornamental painting, 

1054 Sixth av, re^ 1266 Twelfth av 
Elmore Samuel, commission merchant (S. F ) res 368 East 

17th 
Elsey Charles, farmer, res 653 Eleventh 
Elvin Daniel, coachman A. M. Simpson, 1310 Grove 
Ely Ann, widow, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 
Ely George, dairyman, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 
Ely George S. B., engineer, res 812 Chester 



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208 OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 

Elzy Evan J., mining operator, res 1108 Market 

Erne CI aide, res 1355 Eighth 

Eme Ernest, jeweler, res 1355 Eighth 

Emerson George W., telephone inspector and electrician 

Bell Telephone Co., res 1055 Grove 
Emerson Ealph, agent S. P. C. E. R. Co. and Bay and Coast 

Telegraph Co., NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth, res 

1055 Grove 
Emerson William H., cardriver, res 660 East 11th 
Emery Charles C, with J. Lusk & Co., res 622 Seventeenth 
Emery George F. , salesman William P. Wheeler, res 622 

Seventeenth 
EMERY JOSEPH S., president Oakland K. K. Co. and 

contractor (S. F.) res NW cor Park and San Pablo av 
Emlay Eli (O. Emlay & Co.) res 690 Laurel 
Emlay O. cfe Co. (Oliver and Eli Emlay) harness and sad- 
dlery, 1164 Broadway 
Emlay Oliver (O. Emlay & Co.) res 690 Laurel 
Emlay Oliver L., clerk O. Emlay & Co., res 690 Laurel 
Emmett Philip, laborer, res 952 Eighteenth 
Empire Hose Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, Edward 

Cady foreman, 470 Sixth 
Emslie Charles, Custom House (S.F.) res SE cor Derby and 

Humboldt av, Temescal 
Enas George H., master mariner, res 81(5 Alice 
Engburg Peter, carpenter, res Winter's Hotel 
Engelbrecht Henry, blacksmith C.P.R.E., res 13 Pearson's 

Eow 
Engelbrecht Herman, cigar manufacturer (S. F.) res 166 

Tenth 
Engelbrecht Herman A., salesman (S. F.) res 166 Tenth 
Engelbretson Finkel, laborer, res 959 Fifth 
Engelke Gold & Silver Mining Co. (Esmeralda Co., Nev.) 

W. G. Henshaw secretary, office 460 Eighth 
Engelken Frederick, with H. Turn Suden &Co., res 518 East 

Central av 
Engine No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, Fifteenth, rear 

City Hall 
Engine No. 2 (Felton) Oakland Fire Department, N s Sixth 

bet Broadway and Washington 
Engine No. 3, Oakland Fire Department, S s Eighth bet 

Willow and Campbell 
Engine No. 4, Oakland Fire Department, East 14th bet 

Twelfth and Thirteenth avs 
Engineer (City) Thomas W. Morgan, City Hall 
Engler Charles, sashmaker, res 854 Harrison 



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OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 209 

English James, laborer C. P. K. R., res 1672 Third 

English John M., farmer, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 

English John T., carpenter, res 1622 Myrtle 

English Warren B., farmer, res 1268 Harrison 

English William D., commission merchant (S. F.) res 226 

Eleventh 
Ennis Anton, watchman C. P. R. R., res 1511 Fifth 
Ennis George H., yardmaster Oakland Wharf C. P. R. R., 

res 721 Myrtle 
Ennis John, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 606 Sixteenth 
Ennis Joseph, laborer Leon Trelut, res 1500 Eleventh 
Ennis William, driver Engine Co. No. 3, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res 1669 Eighth 
Eno Frank, agent (S. F.) res NE cor Twelfth av and East 

20th 
Enos Antone, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 765 Willow 
Enos Frank, laborer, res 666 East 16th 
Enos Joseph, res 1400 Eleventh 
Enos Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., res 6 Short 
Enos Manuel, laborer, res 1465 Thirteenth 
Enright Albert, laborer C. P. R. R., res SW cor Atlantic 

and Pine 
Ensign Charles H., engineer Oakland Ice Co., res 1656 

Twelfth 
Enterprise Mills, California Building Co. proj)rietors, SW 

cor Grove and Second 
Epley Adelaide L. (Epley Sisters) res 472 Central av 
Epley Hattie L. Miss (Epley Sisters) res 472 Central av 
Epley Minerva Mrs., res 664 Eighteenth 
Epley Sisters (H. L. and A. L. Epley) dressmakers, 472 

Central av 
Erie House, Mrs. J. Canning proprietress, 1113 Broadway 
Errickson Erick G., tailor A. Stein, res 1826 Adeline 
Erricson Rasmus P., gardener Jonathan Middleton, res N s 

East 27th nr Twenty-first av, Highland Park 
Escalet Elizabeth, domestic 1261 Sixth av 
Esperanz John, laborer Raymond Gohanich, res Butcher- 
town 
Estell Thomas F., porter C. P. R. R., res 1725 Myrtle 
Estes Charles, driver Lane's Omnibus Line res Lake Shore 

av nr Brooklyn 
Estes Lamont W., machinist C. P. R. R., res 1721 Chase 
EsteyJohnC, wood and coal, SE cor San Pablo av and 

Seventeenth, res 529 Seventeenth 
Estler Theodore, engineer Oakland Bag Manufacturing Co., 

res 263 East 17th 



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210 OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 

Eugenio Bognetti, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

EUREKA HOTEL, Henry H. Meyer proprietor, SW cor 
Washington and Seventh 

Eureka Mills, Henry C Pratt proprietor, 1772 Telegraph av 

Euteneuer Martin, carpenter, 1310 San Pablo av 

Evans Anna, waitress, 404 Central av 

Evans Edward, liquor saloon, 754 Seventh 

Evans James D., res 810 Twenty-seventh 

Evans John W., agent Domestic Sewing Machine (S. E.) 
res 728 Eleventh 

Evans Joseph, special agent Treasur}^ Department (S. F.) 
res 2207 Adeline 

Evans S. Mrs., res Hartman House 

Evans Solon, cabinetmaker Lyon & Kinsey, res 967 Franklin 

Evans Thomas, shoemaker, res 857 Clay 

Evans West, lumber merchant (S. F.) res 542 Sycamore 

Evans William E., with Domestic Sewing Machine Co. (S. 
F.) res 728 Eleventh 

EVENING TRIBUNE, Tribune Publishing Co., publishers 
and proprietors, 406 Central av 

Everett Edward, salesman (S. F.) res 719 Eighth 

Everett J. Carlton, civil engineer, res 719 Eighth 

Everett S. L., with Journal of Commerce (S. F.) res Cen- 
tennial House 

Evers Joseph, expressman, res 2125 Elm 

Everson Mark (W. & M. Everson) res Wilcox House 

Everson Martin, gardener Gustav Hornung, res 1110 Cen- 
tral av 

EVERSON W. & M. (Wallace and Mark Everson) hard- 
ware, tools and agricultural implements, SW cor Ninth 
and Broadway 

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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 211 

Everson Wallace (W. & M. Everson) and general agent New 

England Life Insurance Co. (S. F.) res 703 Webster 
Everts Philitus, superintendent Eureka and Palisade Eail- 

road (Nevada) res 1115 Jackson 
Evoy Ed., res N s Thirty-sixth bet Market and San Pablo 

av, Temescal 
Evoy John James, res N s Thirty-sixth bet Market and San 

Pablo av, Temescal 
Evoy Mary Mrs., res N s Thirty-sixth bet Market and San 

Pablo av, Temescal 
Evoy William, res N s Thirty -sixth bet Market and San Pablo 

av, Temescal 
Ewart Archibald M., manufacturer house-heating apparatus, 

res 1227 Eleventh av 
Ewen Frank, salesman, res 1314 Telegraph av 
Ewen Louis T., clerk (S. F.) res 756 Seventh 
Ewing Claude V., clerk (S. F.) res NE cor Broadway and 

Merrimac 
Ewing Joseph D., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1162 Market 
Eyman August, laundrymau Contra Costa Laundry 
Ezekiels Mark Mrs., res 461 Ninth 



Faber Antoine, waiter, res 854 Adeline 
Fabrique B. C, musician, res Sunnyside House 
Fagan Ann, widow, res 1629 Lincoln 

Fahey Thomas, apprentice Michael Casey, res 1808 Grove 
Fahrbach Christian F., candy factory (S. F.) res 1607 Eighth 
Faige William, brewer Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 East 14th 
Fair George, bookkeeper (S. F.) res N s Sycamore nr Tele- 
graph av 
Fair May Miss, res 490 Merrimac 

Fairbairn George, teamster E. M. Lawrence, res Butcher- 
town 
Fairbanks John J., horse trainer, res SE cor Forty-first and 

Adeline, Temescal 
Fairbanks Jonathan, res 770 Twenty-second 
Fairchild James C, surveyor, res 616 Eighth 
Fairchild Warren G. (W. G. Fairchild & Co.) res 1350 

Market 
FAIRCHILD W. G. & CO. (Warren G. Fairchild and Byron 

S. Burson) groceries and liquors, 1350 Market 
Fake George S., res 754 Sixteenth 
Falconer James, carpenter, res 1210 Thirtieth 



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212 OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Falkner C. S. Mrs., res 1455 Grove 

Falkner Mary, widow, res 204 Seventh 

Fallmer Kudolph, carpenter, res 1116 Center 

Fallon James, laborer, res 1163 Third 

Fallon John, laborer, res 764 Twenty-second 

Fallon Malachi, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 

Falls John H., lamps and coal oil, store and res 1301 San 
Pablo av 

Faneuil Hall Insurance Co. (fire, of Boston) Doe, Grifl&n & 
Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 

Fannan Annie, nurse T. Oberfelder, Kelsey House 

Fannon John, laborer, res 710 Lewis 

Fanton Henry B. Jr., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1112 Second av 

Fararo Mateo, shoemaker, res 828 Twentieth 

Farish Adam T., wool merchant (S. F.) res 981 Fifth av 

Farjeon Salomon, printer (S. F.) res 1301 Webster 

Farley Celia, domestic 576 Eighth 

Farley Michael B., engineer C. P. R. R., res SW cor Twen- 
ty-ninth and West 

Farley Patrick, teamster, res 614 East 16th 

Farley Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., res 625 Henry 

Farley Philip, res 2022 Adeline 

Farley Robert, stonecutter, res 1763 Grove ► 

Farley Thomas, teamster, res 465 Twenty-first 

Farmer George, bout builder, res 363 Fifth 

Farmer James T., lather, res 823 Sixteenth 

Farmer Margaret, widow, res 810 Filbert 

Farmer Robert G., laborer C. P. R. R., res 1460 Fifth 

Farnam Charles AV., clerk C. P. R. R., res 1415 Twelfth av 

Farnden Charles, bellman Galindo Hotel 

Farnell D., res Somerset House 

Farnham Frederick J., carpenter, res 678 East 32nd, Lynn 

Farnham Leslie Mrs., res 967 Washington 

Farno Clara, widow, res 1253 Brush 

Farnum John E., auditor Oakland Bank of Savings, res 
1300 Webster 

Farquhar Julia Mrs., res Avenue House 

Farquhar Mamie Miss, res Avenue House 

Farquhar Mary A., widow, res 960 Castro 

Farr Lincoln T., mining, res 692 Thirty-fourth 

Farrar M. P. Mrs., res 1068 Broadway 

Farrell Ann E., widow, dressmaker, 719 Fourth 

Farrell Ann Jane, widow, groceries and liquors, store and 
res 1700 Eighth 

Farrell Bryan, gardener Joseph G. Hussey, res 1155 Madi- 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 213 

Farrel] Edward T., res 1116 Broadway 

Farrell James, car repairer C. P. K. R., res 1004 Wood 

Earrell John, groceries, 671 Twenty-seventh 

Farrell Joseph P,, agent California Door Co., office 460 

Second, res Galindo Hotel 
Farrell Michael, groceries and liquors, 1855 Seventh 
Farrell Michael, laborer, res 403 Ninth 
Farrell Thomas L., carpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Farrell William, gardener, res 659 Jefferson 
Farrington Elvin D., clerk Custom House (S. F.) res 778 

Eleventh 
Farrington George W., grainer Charles B. Rutherford, res 

778 Eleventh 
Farwell B. E., res 1690 Telegraph av 
Farwell Frederick M., house and sign painter and whitener, 

373- Eighth, res Adeline opp Evoy av 
Faschian Herman, cook National Restaurant, res 309 Third 
FASHION LIVERY STABLES, McCleverty & Noblett 

proprietors, 860 BroadAray 
Fassett Harris H., surveyor Home Mutual Insurance Co. 

(S. F.) res 1363 Sixth av 
Fatton Lewis, druggist Bart Morgan & Co., res NE cor 

Seventh and Market 
Faughnan Kate, domestic C. W. Gurnee, 568 Twentj'-fifth 
Faulkner George L., traveling agent, res 213 Seventh 
Faulkner George R., clerk (S. F.) res 213 Seventh 
Faulkner James, foreman spinning department Oakland Bag 

Manufacturing Co., res 127 East 11th 
Faulkner Thomas, sexton Independent Church, res 1380 

Broadway 
Favor Chauncey O., sash and blindmaker (S. F.) res 1663 

Eleventh av 
Favor James H., sash and biindmaker (S. F.) res 613 East 

23rd 
Fay E., painter, res Winter's Hotel 
Fay Thomas, horseshoer John Casey, res 1808 Grove 
Fearey Elizabeth, widow, res NW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Grove 
Fearey Mary, widow, res 1950 Grove 
FEAREY ROBERT D., plumber and gasfitter, NW cor 

Eighth and Washington, res N s Spring nr Adeline, 

Temescal 
Fearey Theodore H., boots and shoes, 1439 San Pablo av 
Fearn John, physician and druggist, SW cor Clay and 

Eleventh, res 969 Washington 
Feary Lizzie Miss, chambermaid Arcade House 



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214 OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Fee Patrick, farmer, res SE cor College av and Tyler, Clare- 

mont 
Feely Cormick, helper Oakland Gaslight Co., res 609 

Third 
Feeney Bridget, widow, res 1112 Fifteenth av 
Feeney Eugene, laborer, res 967 Fifth 
Feeney Michael, laborer, res E s Jackson nr County Koad, 

Fruit Vale 
Feeney Patrick, fireman Oakland Gaslight Co., res 704 Mar- 
ket 
Feige Kichard, upholsterer (S. F.) res 1673 Taylor 
Feldmann L. (L. Feldmann & Co.) res S. F. 
Feldmann L. & Co. (L. Feldmann) wood and willowware, 

903-905 Washington 
Felley Philomen H., policeman, res 320 East 8th 
Fellows A. J., salesman (S. F.) res 1156 Broadway 
Fellows Edward C, assistant general superintendent C. P. 

Pt. K., res 940 Myrtle 
Fellows Louise Miss, clerk H. C. Taft & Co., res 606 Four- 
teenth 
Fellows Samuel, cashier (S. F.) res 1414 Filbert 
Felt Helen Mrs., res 1721 Goss 
Felton Engine Co. No. 2, Oakland Fire Department, Eugene 

F. Voorhees foreman, 468 Sixth 
Felton Kate B. Mrs., res 930 Adeline 
Fenn Thomas W., insurance (S. F.) res SE cor Seventh and 

Oak 
Fenner O. B., proprietor Lake Merritt Boat House, Central 

av, on Lake Merritt 
FENNESSY JOHN, proprietor Crystal Palace Saloon, 463 

Ninth, res 662 Sixth 
Ferning G., carpenter, res Tremont House 
Fenno M. F., fireman C. P. E. K. 
Fenstermacher F. W., butcher, res 1527 Seventh av 
Fenton Edward, waiter Hartman House 
Fenton Joseph E., carpenter C. P. E. E., res Berkeley 
Fenton Melinda, widow, res 772 Fifth 
Ferber Charles, carpenter C. P. E. E., res S. F. 
Ferguson Samuel B., mining superintendent, res 54 East 

Central av 
Fernald W. H., driver mail wagon Pacific Transfer Co., res 

664 Tenth 
Fernand J. J. Mrs., dressmaker Mrs. E. "W. Johnson, res 

N s Forty -second nr Grove , Temescal 
Fernand John J., civil engineer, res N s Forty-second nr 

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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 215 

Fernandez Katie Mrs., domestic Josiah Lusk, E s Claremont 
av nr Clifton 

Fernandez , res S s Spring nr Adeline, Temescal 

Ferrer J. L., res S s Fortieth nr Adeline, Temescal 
Ferrier Frank, waiter Pagge Brothers, res SE cor Seventh 

and Broadway 
Ferrier Hiram L., clerk (S. F.) res 1261 Sixth av 
Ferrier L. Mme., teacher, res 1674 Telegraph av 
Ferrier Louis, res 1674 Telegraph av 
Ferrier Minna Mrs., teacher French and German Oakland 

High School, res 1674 Telegraph av 
Ferris James H., attorney-at-law, res 1927 Myrtle 
Ferris James M., res 827 Magnolia 
Ferris Richard, dairyman, res 630 Chestnut 
Ferris William H., carpenter, res N s Linden nr Cherry, 

Temescal 
Ferris Winnifred, widow, res 468 Fifth 
Fester Julian, groceries, cor San Pablo av and Adeline 
Fetzer Ferdinand (P. J. Kerrigan & Co.) res 259 Central av 
Feuillan John, d^'er (S. F.) res 411 Seventh 
Fey George, confectioner Bruning Brothers, res 755 Web- 
ster 
Ffrench Nicholas, dairyman, res 723 Linden 
Fibush Aaron (Fibush Brothers) res 518 Eighth 
Fibush Brothers (A. and J. Fibush) manufacturers and 

dealers cigars and tobacco, IIOIJ Broadway 
Fibush Jacob (Fibush Brothers) res 518 Eighth 
Fick Annie Mrs. , fancy goods, 1761 Seventh 
Fick August, house painter, res 1761 Seventh 
Fickett Isaac S., gilder, res 1448 Chestnut 
Fiddler Hercules, gardener George F. McPherson, 470 Mer- 

rimac 
Fieberling Peter (Schmidt & Fieberling) res 555 Sixth 
Fiege J. Henry (Tonjes & Fiege) res 325 Sixth 
Field Edward G., joiner C. P. R. R., res 1730 Linden 
Field Elisha M., res 1825 Telegraph av 
Field Hampton E., bakery, 1269 Cypress 
FIELD H. N. MISS, principal Home School, 1825 Tele- 
graph av 
Field Story H., clerk, res 1269 Cypress 
Fielding John C, photographer (S. F.) res 831 Harrison 
Fields Joseph B., policeman, res West Oakland House 
Fields Rose Mrs., dressmaker, res 863 Clay 
Fife Nelson, machinist (S. F.) res 989 Center 
Fife William C, student University, res 809 Wood 
Fike Nathan, junk dealer (S. F.) res 809 Peralta 



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216 OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Fillicci Pasquale, waiter Louis Milloslavich, res 910 Fifth 
Fillmore James, clerk Diedrich Rashjen, res NW cor Fifth 

and Jefferson 
Fillmore John, nursery and saloon, junction San Pablo av 

and Adeline, Temescal 
FINCH & BARNHISEL (William H. Finch and Samuel H. 

Barnhisel) coal, wood, hay and grain, 1694 Seventh 
Finch Edwin S. , salesman E. G. Buswell, res 669 Fifteenth 
Finch Henry P., proprietor Belmont Livery Stable, 806 

Broadway, res 802 Franklin 
Finch William H. (Finch & Barnhisel) res 991 Pine 
Fincke Annie, domestic Mrs. M. P. Percy, 2223 Audover 
Fincke Henry W., laborer, res E s Walsworth nr Prospect 
Findla James, capitalist, res Tubbs Hotel 
Findlay James, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co., res 481 

Plymouth av 
Fine Andrew, physician and surgeon, office and res SW cor 

Sixth and East Central avs 
Finegan Eliza M. Mrs., proprietress Grand Western Hotel, 

1756 Seventh 
FJnigan J. W., res Alderney Farm 

Finigan P. A., capitalist (S. F.) res Alderney Farm N s Red- 
wood road 
Finigan Piobert A., res Alderney Farm 
Fink Henry, laborer W. W. Montague & Co. 
Finkeldey Frederick, butcher A. Heuer & Co., res 951 Web- 
ster 
Finkelde}^ Henry, butcher James Keyes, res 370 Second 
Finkeldey Henrj^ Jr., butcher George W. Scribner, res 547 

Twenty-second 
Finn Albert W., telegraph operator (S. F.) res 1022 Willow 
Finn Margaret, domestic A. W. Bowman, Piedmont 
Finn Michael, carpenter A. W. Bowman, res Piedmont 
Finnegan John J., pedlar, res S s Fortieth bet Telegraph and 

San Pablo avs 
Finney G. W. Mrs., res 572 Central av 
Finney John W., compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

Nicholl House 
Finney Sherwood W., blacksmith, res NE cor Fifth av and 

East 16th 
Finney William, carpenter, res 1156 Broadway 
Finnigan Bernard, painter, res W^inter's Hotel 
Finuigan M. J., house, sign and decorative painter, 1311 

Broadway, res 719 Nineteenth 
Finucaue Sallie Miss, dressmaker Mrs. E. W. Johnson, res 

363^ Central av 



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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 217 

Finucane William M., clerk Agard & May, res 363J Central 

av 
Fire Alarm ami Police Telegraph, George H, Carleton super- 
intendent, office City Hall 
Fire Association of Philadelphia, J. J. Gardiner agent, 1106 

Broadway 
Fire Warden, George H. Carleton, office City Hall 
Firemans Fund Insurance Co., Hinds Fuller agent, 912 

Broadway 
First Baptist Church, Eev. G. S. Abbott pastor, SE cor 

Fourteenth and Brush 
First Baptist Church of East Oakland, Rev. Samuel B. Morse 

pastor, N s East 14th bet Tenth and Eleventh avs 
First Congregational Church, Rev. J. K. McLean pastor, 

NW cor Clay and Central av 
First Methodist Episcopal Church, SE cor Fourteenth and 

Clav 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OAKLAND, V. D. Moody 

president, C. H. TwombW cashier, 969 Broadway 
First Presbyterian Church, NE cor Fourteenth and Franklin, 

Rev. Samuel P. Sprecher, pastor 
First Presbyterian Church of East Oakland, NE cor East 

14th and Fifteenth av 
Fischel & Co. (Michael Fischel and Frederick Kuhnle) 

market, 523 Seventh 
Fischel Michael (Fischel & Co.) res 523 Seventh 
Fischer Augustus, upholsterer Christian Schreiber, res 885 

Bay 
Fischer Frank L., printer (S. F.) res 829 Castro 
Fischer Julia Mrs., teacher music, res 1056 East 14th 
Fischer Max, wagon maker Benjamin Kneale, res Humboldt 

Hotel 
Fischer William, waiter, res 470 Eighth 
FISH & CO. (T. J. Fish and G. W. Scott) groceries, Vinzent 

Block 
Fish Bert D., clerk Phelau & Fish, res 1065 Ninth av 
Fish Charles H., mining (S. F.) res 804 Tenth 
Fish George L. (Phelan A: Fish) res 1065 Ninth av 
•Fish James H., lumber (S. F.) res 918 Grove 
Fish M. W., physician, office and res 461 East 14th 
Fish Nathaniel P., shoemaker, res 860 East 14th 
Fish Theodore J. (Fish & Co.) res 776 Thirteenth 
Fish Thomas F., clerk, 776 Thirteenth 

Fish William H., printer Pacific Press, res 479 Twenty-first 
Fisher & Morison (A. D. Fisher and W. W. Morison) 

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FISHER & TAYLOR, (Alfred A. Fisher and James P. Tay- 
lor) wood, coal and hay, SW cor First and Franklin, 
office 1180 Broadway 
Fisher Aaron D. (Fisher & Morison) res 1877 William 
Fisher Albert E., printer (S. F.) res 1017 Twentieth 
Fisher Alfred A. (Fisher & Taylor) res 829 Broadway S. F. 
Fisher Benjamin D., wines and liquors, 1052 Thirteenth av 
Fisher Beriah P., carpenter, res 518 Eighth 
Fisher D., teamster Castle Dome Mining and Smelting Co., 

res Alameda 
Fisher Edward, salesman Greeuhood Bros., res 518 Eighth 
Fisher Erastus E., printer (S. F.) res 1017 Thirtieth 
FISHER GALEN M., president Oakland Home Insurance 

Co., 469 Ninth, res 904 Filbert 
Fisher George, Avines and liquors, E s High nr railroad 

crossing, Melrose 
Fisher George C, restaurant, 867 Washington 
Fisher George W., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1417 Sixth av 
Fisher Grace Miss, teacher music Golden Gate Academy 
Fisher Henry, butcher P. W. Lee, res SW cor San Pablo 

av and Sixteenth 
Fisher Henry, contractor (S. F.) res 929 Adeline 
Fisher John, groceries and liquors, 1769 Grove and SE cor 

Jefferson and Third 
Fisher Joseph H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 929 Adeline 
Fisher Kate B. Mrs., teacher High School, res 686 Thirty- 
fourth 
Fisher Leonard C, student University, res 904 Filbert 
Fisher L. P., advertising agent (S. F') res 686 Thirty-fourth 
Fisher Michael, clerk John Fisher, res SE cor Third and 

Jefferson 
Fisher Simon, carriage trimmer, res 821 Thirty-third 
Fisher Susan, widow, res 1417 Sixth av 
Fisher Thomas, plasterer, res S s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

av, Temescal 
Fisher Thomas A., salesman (S. F.) res 1520 Ninth 
Fisher William A., assistant superintendent office Public 

Schools, res 686 Thirty-fourth 
Fisher William E.. clerk (S. F.) res 929 Adeline 
Fisher William H., res 867 Washington 
Fisk Leander, groceries and liquors, SW cor Third and Ad- 
eline 
Fiske William H., carpenter C. P. Pt. Pi., res 1860 William 
Fitch Edward S., extraman Felton Engine Co. N. 2, Oak- 
land Fire Department and glazier California Door Co., 
res 468 Sixth 



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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 219 

Fitch Oscar (Oakland Transfer Co.) res 59 East Central av 

Fitch Reed, clerk (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel 

Fittbogan Paul, master mariner, res 718 Seventeenth 

Fitzgerald Catheiine Miss, dressmaker, res 1691 Eighth 

Fitzgerald David, laborer, res 812 Sixteenth 

Fitzgerald Edward, shoemaker, 838 Market, res NW cor 

Seventh and Bay 
Fitzgerald Edward J., plasterer, res 1406 Eleventh 
Fitzgerald Edward J., salesman O'Connell & Co., res 812 

Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Fred J., salesman L. & A. Crocker, res 1364 Sev- 
enteenth 
Fitzgerald James, carriage washer Fashion Stables, res 1021 

Third 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, res 253 Watts 
Fitzgerald Kate Mrs., res SE cor Parker and Humboldt av, 

Temescal 
Fizgerald Margaret, domestic A. W. Burrell, 2214 Tele- 
graph av 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, res 730 Chester 
Fitzgerald Maurice, laborer, res 1406 Eleventh 
Fitzgerald Robert M., student University, res SE cor Parker 

and Humboldt av, Temescal 
Fitzgibbon Thomas, hackdriver, res Sunnyside House 
Fitzmaurice John, gardener, res 713 Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick Edward, harness and saddles, 681 East Cen- 
tral av 
Fitzpatrick Edward, waiter John J. McKinnon, res W s 

Fruit Vale av nr East 14th 
Fitzpatrick Peter, plasterer, res 1359 Eighteenth 
Fitzell Peter M., wood and coal, 570 Fifth, res 800 Jefferson 
Fitzsimmons John, painter and extraman Engine No. 1, 

Oakland Fire Department, res 356 Seventh 
Flagg Henry H., stockbroker (S. F.) ifts N s Brooklyn bet 

Fourth and Fifth avs 
Flagg Julia A. Mrs., res Occidental House 
Flaherty Bernard, laborer, res 409 Seventh 
Flaherty James, res 575 Third 
Flaherty John, laborer, res 1471 Fourteenth 
Flaherty Thomas, res 1404 Eighteenth 
Flaherty Thomas, carpenter and builder, 1511 Seventh 
Flaherty Thomas, painter, res 1315 Eighteenth 
Flanagan Sarah, nursemaid D. B. Marx, 1699 Telegraph av 
Flanigan Edward, dairyman, res N s Fortieth nr Lusk, 

Temescal 
Flannagan Christopher, laborer, res Prospect nr Broadway 



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Flannery Charles, boiler riveter C. P. K. K. 

Flannery James, track walker C. P. R. R., res807East Cen- 
tral av 

Flannery Mary L. Miss, res 961 Kirkham 

riannigan Mollie, domestic Joseph M. Brock, res 1458 
Broadway 

Flatt Cornelius J., broker (S. F.) res 1254 Eighth 

Flavin Martin J., merchcint (S. F.) res 1458 Eighth 

Fleck & Busse (Gustave Fleck and Christian C. Busse) bar- 
bers, 457 Central av 

Fleck Emilie Mrs., midwife, res 366 Eighth 

Fleck Gustave (Fleck & Busse) res 366 Eighth 

Fleming A. J., widow, res 304 Ninth 

Fleming David J., machinist (S- F.) res 811 Center 

FLEMING JOHN J. & CO. (John J. Fleming and Samuel 
D. Trask) wines and liquors, 625 East Central av 

Fleming John J. (John J. Fleming &, Co.) res 633 East Cen- 
tral av 

Fleming John W., hay, grain, coal and wood, 1957 San Pab- 
lo av 

Fleming Marx P., plumber, res 171 Eighth 

Fleming William Y., res 304 Ninth 

Flemming Ellen Miss, res W s Webster ur Moss av 

Flesser Leopoldine, domestic Louis Leimert, N s Twenty- 
third nr Webster 

Fletcher Charles, res E s Adams nr Lee 

Fletcher Charles H., agent Pacific Transfer Co., res 118 
Fourth 

Fletcher James B., sash and blindmaker East Oakland Plan- 
ing Mills, and extraman Engine No. 4, Oakland Fire 
Department, res 504 East 15th 

Fletcher John N., shoemaker, res 1722 Eighth 

Fletcher Matthew S., diver, res 212 Haven 

Fletcher Robert J., 4iackdriver, res W s Saji Pablo av nr 
Railroad" crossing 

Fletcher Thomas H., grainer, res 852 Jefferson 

Fletcher WillardF., captain of police, office City Hall, res 
1308 Telegraph av 

Fletcher William, barber Joseph Jemery, res 1724 Cen- 
tral av 

Flint Augustus P., fire insurance (S. F.) res 1103 Filbert 

Flint Edward, manufacturer, res 518 Thirteenth 

Flint Edward D., bookkeeper (S. F.) res W s Washington 
bet Central av and Thirteenth 

Flint Edward P. (A. I. Gladding & Co.) res W s Washing- 
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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 221 

Flint George B. (Kelsey & Flint) res NE cor Ninth and Mad- 
ison 
Flint Levi, shoemaker, 1789 Seventh, res 1718 Eighth 
Flint Samuel, clerk (S. F.) res 1718 Eighth 
Flood George W., blacksmith P. H. McGrew, res 1325 

Ninth av 
Flood Isabella, widow, res 1202 West 
Flood Margaret, domestic 1120 Central av 
Flora Elisha H., housemover, res 1465 Curtis 
Flora Melcajah R. Jr., housemover, res 1624 Myrtle 
Florence Antonia, widow, res 661 East 17th 
Florence Kate, waitress Kelsey House 

Floud John W., gasfitter Dalziel & Moller, res 1420 Filbert 
Floud. Joha W. Jr., res 1420 Filbert 
Flye Harriet Mrs., res West Oakland House 
Flye M. B. Mrs., widow, res 522 Thirty -fifth 
Flynn Andrew, groceries and liquors, 1601 Myrtle 
Flynn Annie, chambermaid Centennial House 
Flynn Charles, shipcarpenter C P. E. E., res 1810 Taylor, 

rear 
Flynn Edmond, liquor saloon (S. F.) res 721 Fourth 
Flynn E. T., res 1269 Castro 

Flynn Hugh, blacksmith C. P. E. E., res 804 Cedar 
Flynn James, upholsterer McGovern & Cahill, res 824 

Lydia 
Flynn Patrick (Tyrrell & Flynn) res 822 Lewis 
Flynn Eichard, car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1691 Eighth 
Flynn Eosanna Mrs., res 928 Filbert 
Flynn Timothy, carpenter, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Focacci Louis, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills 
Fogerty Matthew, watchman (S. F.) res 1312 Market 
Fogg George E., student University, res SW cor Thirteenth 

and Harrison 
Fogg George H., real estate, office 1471 Broadway, res 463 

Twentieth 
Fogg James L., agent Mutual Life Insurance Co. (of New 

York) 952 Broadway, res 815 Webster 
Fogg J. G., packer J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Claremont av 

and Clifton, Temescal 
Fogg Joseph S., carpenter, res 813 Market 
Foley James, res 462 Sixth 
Foley James, blacksmith, res 703 Franklin 
Foley James J., real estate, res 1023 Peralta 
Foley John, laborer E. A. Brown, res 666 Twenty-seventh 
Foley Michael, laborer, res 1171 Third 
Foley Thomas, laborer C. P. E. E., res 623 Chestnut 



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222 OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Folger George S., foreman F, Barnard & Co., res 702 Web- 
ster 

Folger James A., coffee and spices (S. F.) res 1308 Jackson 

Folger Samuel G., collector Eugene Lynch, res 702 Web- 
ster 

Folkers J. H. A., surgical and dental instruments (S. F.) 
res 915 Myrtle 

Follrath Adam, borseslioer P. H. McGrew, res 2112 Thir- 
teenth av 

Follrath George E., blacksmith P. H. McGrew, res 2112 
Thirteenth av 

Follrath William A., horseshoer P. H. McGrew, res N s 
East 18th bet Sixth and Seventh avs 

Folsom Edward J., plumber, res 519 Tenth 

Folte Gustave, bookkeeper Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner, 
res 124 Eleventh 

Folyera Joseph, peddler, res 566 Charter 

Fonda David B., engineer C. P. E. R., res 1772 Goss 

Fonda George H., fireman C. P. R. K., res 1772 Goss 

Fonda Peter, seaman, res 124 Ettie 

Fonda P. W., res 1772 Goss 

Fontana Mark J., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1708 
Seward 

Fontana Y., plaster worker D. Mencarini, res S. F. 

Fonte Antonio, groceries, etc., 800-802 East Central av, res 
1114 Sixteenth av 

Fonte Frank U., washer A.J. Butterfield, res 411 Thirteenth 

Fonte George, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 1021 East 
22nd 

Fonte Henry A., plumber Owen C. Kirk, res cor East Cen- 
tral and Sixteenth avs 

Fonte Joseph, laborer, res 1023 East 22nd 

Foote Alfred L., farmer, res 712 Chester 

Foote Manuel S., laborer C. P. E. R. 

Foote William W., attorney-at-law, 921 Broadway, room 1, 
res 1154 Brush 

Forbes Alfred, salesman G. Abraham son, res 1025 Chestnut 

Forbes George, carpenter, res 411 Ninth 

Forbes George, livery stable, 1070 Thirteenth av, res 564 
East 15th 

Forbes James, boiler riveter C. P. R. R. 

Forbes James A., translator, res 1025 Chester 

Forbes John, driver, res 1025 Chester 

Ford Albert, res E s Fourteenth av bet East 11th and 
East Central av 

Ford Charles D., with Jerome B. Ford (S. F.) res 923 Fifth av 



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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 223 

Ford Cornelius J., macLinist C P. K. R., res 1054 Willow 

Ford Daniel R., fruit and produce, 468 Eleventh, res Occi- 
dental Hotel 

Ford George, dairvman, res S s Fortieth nr Lusk, Temescal 

Ford Jerome B., lumber dealer (S. F.) res 923 Fifth av 

Ford John, res Peralta nr Twenty-fourtli 

Ford John A., res 716 Filbert 

Ford Katie, widow, res 765 Grove 

Fordmann David, shipcarpenter C. P. R. K., resNE cor Wil- 
liam and Cedar 

Fordmann Frederick, shipcarpenter C. P. E. R., res 1830 
William 

Forrest Anna, domestic NE cor Union and Duncan, Lynn 

Formento Mary, domestic A. Steffanoni, 565 Charter 

Forney Robert L., dairyman, res 231 Ellen 

Forrer Julius, gardener Frederick Delger, res 524 Frederick 

Forrest Curtis T., res 1841 Webster 

Forsberg Frederick, carpenter, res Hansa Hotel 

Forstell Mary, domestic 1239 Linden 

Forster Emma, widow, seamstress, res 603 Franklin 

Forster James H. Mrs., widow, res 758 Castro 

Forster Thomas, gardener Joseph B. Crockett, S s East 14th, 
Fruit Vale 

FORSYTH FREDERICK A., manager Wheeler & Wilson 
Sewing Machine Co., office 479 Ninth, res 555 Seventh 

Fortin Victor L., secretary Remillard Brick Co., res 1420 
San Pablo av 

Foss CO., res 616 Sixteenth 

Foss O. Mrs., ladies' and children's underwear, 1351 Tele- 
graph av 

Fossard Aimable, collector (S. F.) res 1120 Peralta 

Foster xA.nton, carpenter, res 1568 Twenty-first av 

Foster Charles A., inspector U. S. Customs (S. F.) res 983 
Campbell 

FOSTER DANIEL, wood and coal, foot Franklin, office 
457 Central av, res 1219 Jefl^erson 

Foster E. F. H., landscape and portrait artist, res Pied- 
mont Springs Hotel 

Foster George H., insui-ance broker (S. F.) res 1379 
Eighth av 

Foster Henry A., joiner C P. R. Rv, res 828 Campbell 

Foster Isaac, news agent, res 1924 Filbert 

Foster John Mrs., res 1165 Washington 

Foster John, compositor, res 1924 Filbert 

Foster John, laborer C. P. R. R., res 821 Henry 

Foster John A., carpenter, res 1924 Filbert 



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224 OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Foster Eobert, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Foster William, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1219 Jefferson 

Foster William W., collector Oakland Wharf, res 914 Henry 

Foucault Victor M., real estate, res 518 Charter 

Foueds Sarah, widow, res 802 Myrtle 

Foulkes Edward C, clerk (S. F./res 571 Central av 

Foulkes James F., M. D., physician and surgeon, 1068 

Broadway, rooms 10-11, res 571 Central av 
Foulkes John F., student medical department University, res 

571 Central av 
Fountain Elmer, marble cutter J. J. Nunau, res 339 Ninth 
Fountain William H., merchant, res 215 Ninth 
Fourteenth Street Railroad Co., office 522 Fourteenth 
Fouzer Jacob, grainer, res 827 Filbert 
Fowler Clarence E., res 1008 West 
Fowler Douglas T., principal Prescott Grammar School, res 

E s College av nr Claremont av 
Fowler Emma Miss, governess Henry Wadsworth, res 126 

Ninth 
Fowler Ezra S., plumber (S. F.) res 702 Market 
Fowler James H., engineer Oakland Bag Manufacturing 

Co., res 352 East 10th 
Fowler Jefferson, exchange broker, 1065 Broadway, res 457 

Merrimac pi 
Fowler John T., capitalist, res E s College av nr Clare- 
mont av 
Fowler M. A. Mrs., res NE cor Third and Market 
Fowler Prentiss N., salesman S, E. Weston, res 702 Market 
Fowler Wesley Mrs. , widow, res 702 Market 
Fowler William W., real estate, res 702 Tenth 
Fowzer Jacob, grainer, 769 Seventh 
Fox Charles N., attorney-at-law (S. F.) and president Board 

of Education, res 1057 Market 
Fox Hiram, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 865 Cedar 
Fox John, coachman P. Sather, res 621 Thirteenth 
Fox John S., janitor Cole School, res 360 Fifth 
Fox L. E. Mrs., res 578 Fifteenth 
Fox Lo., plumber and gasfitter, 1261 San Pablo av, res 1464 

Castro 
Fox Michael, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Fox William, painter, res Winter's Hotel 
Fox William F., clerk N. Clark, res 828 Willow 
Foy Martin, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1014 Ninth av 
Fozard George, polisher Contra Costa Laundry, res 1676 

Lincoln 
Fraeder Joseph, laborer, res 129 Ellen 



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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 225 

France John K., physician, office and res 1039 Linden 

France Lewis N., res 1039 Linden 

Franchi Peter, confectioner McKenzie & Geddes, res 1154 

Broadway 
Francis Ellen C, widow, res 1219 Fourteenth 
Francis H. L. Mrs., res Tubbs Hotel 
Francis John Eev., pastor Napa Baptist Church, res 524 East 

18th 
Francis John P., laborer C. P. E. R., res 1620 Eighth 
Francis Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., res 213 Hollis 
Francis Louisa, widow, res 716 Chester 
Francis Manuel, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 1011 East 

22nd 
FRANCIS SAMUEL, merchant tailor, 1006 Broadway, res 

966 Castro 
Francis William M., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 560 Sycamore 
Franck Charles, agent Boca Brewing Co., res 820 Magnolia 
Francois G., res Old County Road nr Fruit Vale 
Frank Andrea, butcher William Long, res S. F. 
Frank Julius, dairyman, res S s East 14th nr Fruit Vale av 
Frank Theodore, carriage trimming, 364 Central av 
Frank William P., carriage trimmer Theodore Frank, res 

364 Central av 
Franke August R., dairy produce, 12-14 City Market, res 

1789 Grove 
Franke Clemens, molder (S. F.) res 1824 William 
Franke George, res 1824 William 
Frankle Henry, waiter Galindo Hotel 
Franklin Grammar School, John H. Sumner princijDal, NE 

cor Tenth av and East 15th 
Franks Annie, domestic B. F. Smith, 496 Twenty-fourth 
Frary Frank, painter, res East 8th opp Sixth av 
Frary Fred, painter, res East 8tli opp Sixth av 
Frary Joseph F., painter, res East 8th opp Sixth av 
Eraser David McG., carpenter, res 1422 Linden 
Eraser Hugh, salesman Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine 

Co., res 712 Filbert 
Eraser Nellie, widow, forewoman Mrs. J. M. Brereton, res 

508* Fifteenth 
Eraser Robert, shipwright (S. F.) res 1102 Wood 
Eraser Samuel W., carpenter, res 305 Third 
Fratus Frank, laborer J. G. Corder, res N s Alcatraz av nr 

San Pablo av, Temescal 
Fratus Joseph, res 1609 Third 
Frauneder & Morck (Leo Erauneder and William Morck) 

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226 OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Frauneder Leopold (Frauneder & Morck) res 715 Nineteenth 

Frawley James, laborer, res 140 Hannah 

Frazer E. Mrs., dressmaker, res Orr House 

Frazer Louis, cook Galindo Hotel, res 831 Clay 

Frazer Thomas Kev., res 404 Central av 

Frazer Thomas J., teamster Grayson, Harrell & Co., res 
Golden Gate Hotel 

Frederick Jacob, carriagepainter NE cor Eighth and Frank- 
lin, res 569 Sixteenth 

Frederick John, conductor C. P. R. R., res 1006 Chester 

Frederick Yincent, hostler Henry P. Finch, res cor Twenty- 
eighth and Peralta 

Fredericks E. P., marker Contra Costa Laundry 

Fredericks Fred., mining, res S s Forty-fourth nr Telegraph 
av, Temescal 

Fredericks J., fireman C. P. R. R. 

Fredrickson Christian, mining, res 775 Twenty-second 

Frederickson Peter C, gardener Charles J.Deering, res NW 
cor Fruit Vale av and East 27th 

Fredrickson William, mate stmr Transit, res 1273 Ninth av 

Freeland C. S., agent Geographical Chart, res Vinzent Block 

Freeland Enoch G., mining secretary (S. F.) res Yinzeut 
Block 

Freelon Michael, hostler El Dorado Stables, res Capitol 
Hotel 

Freeman Arthur (P. C. Huntley & Co.) res N s Moss av bet 
Telegraph av and Broadway 

Freeman Charles W., printer (S. F.)res 1724 Lincoln 

Freeman Eugene M., pilot (S. F.) res 1012 Wood 

Freeman George, clerk, res 820 Isabella 

Freeman Mary, widow, res 826 Isabella 

Freeman Robert L., proprietor City Transit Co. (S. F.) res 
1218 Chestnut 

FREEMAN R. R. & CO. (Rufus R. Freeman and Hiram 
Surryhne) wood and coal, hay and grain, SW cor B and 
Louise 

Freeman Rufus R. (R. R. Freeman & Co.) res 1854 Di- 
vision 

Freese Herman, liquor saloon (S. F.) res 1474 Eighth 

Freitag Christina M. Mrs., res 1766 Goss 

French Abel C., conductor C. P. R. R., res 669 Sixth 

French Alice, domestic 564 East 15th 

French Ann, widow, res 1929 Market 

French Robert H., clerk Neil Gallagher, res SE cor Tele- 
graph av and Twenty-fifth 

French William, clerk James Quinlan, res 1462 Seventh 



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OAKLAND [ F ] DIRECTORY. 227 

French William, watchman C. P. E. R., res 218 Second 

Frese John L., res 1728 Thirteenth 

Fretessa Tranquilla, dairyman Walter Blair, res Eedwood 

Road nr Alderney Farm 
Fretters Frank, wood dealer, res 1847 Grove 
Fretters Nellie Miss, seamstress, res 1847 Grove 
Freuler John, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1414 Fifteenth 
Freuquary Eugene, laundryman Berkeley Laundry 
Frey Gustavus J., roof painter, res 822 Seventeenth 
Frey John, watchmaker and jeweler, 1768 Seventh, res 1769 

Division 
Frick Emile, engineer C. P. R. R., res 1053 Ninth av 
Friel John, hostler G. W. Reinhart & Co., res 368 Eighth 
Friend William H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Frink L., res 1118 Washington 
Friedenfeldt Hans, gardener George Morrow, res NE cor 

Second av and Birch, Temescal 
Fritch Edgar H., bookkeeper J. Homer Fritch, res S. F. 
FRITCH J. HOMER, importer and dealer coal and wood, 

413 Eleventh, res S. F. 
Fritz C, foreman Engine Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire Depart- 
ment, Fifteenth, rear of City Hall 
Frontier Peter, jeweler (S. F.) res 509 Sixth 
Frost Andrew, res S s East 27th nr Fruit Vale av. Fruit Vale 
Frost George, painter Frederick M. Farwell, res 517 Ninth 
Frost Kate, domestic W s Fruit Vale av 1^ miles north of 

Old County Road 
Frost Meta, domestic W s Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Frost Richard M., furniture and bedding, 460 Sixth, res 834 

Broadway 
Frost William, painter C. P. R. R. 
Frostholm Christian E., liquor saloon, SW cor Franklin "and 

Seventh 
Frugal Vallagelia, laborer C. P. R. R., res C. P. Railroad 

House 
Fruit Vale Grammar School, J. W. Redway principal, near 

Fruit Vale av 
Fuchs Philip, wood and coal, 1169 Center, res 1171 Center 
Fuegel Hugo (L. Neller & Co.) res 1212 Clay 
Fuller Amos L., principal Kellogg Grammar School, res 416 

East 15th 
Fuller C. A., grocer, 901-903 Webster 
Fuller Emerson, canvasser (S. F.) res 416 East 15th 
Fuller Frederick O., detective Police Dept., res 1430 Adeline 
Fuller Hinds, agent Firemens' Fund Insurance Co., 912 

Broadway, res 1430 Adeline 



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228 OAKLAND [ G" ] DIRECTORY. 

Fuller H. M. Mrs., res 624 East 22ncl 
Fuller William P. (Whittier, Fuller & Co.) res S. F. 
Fullmer Leander D., travelling salesman, res 934 Peralta 
Fulton Agnes, domestic George Patterson, 685 Sycamore 
Fulton Carey M., res 1059 Poplar 

Fulton Frederick, teamster David Meeker, res 1214 Thirtieth 
Fulton William, marblecutter Amador Marble Co., res Ama- 
dor Hotel 
Furber Eldridge G., mining, res 920 Filbert 
Furguson John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Furlong James, brakeman C. P. Pi. R., res 1771 Goss 
Furlong John, laborer, res 617 Magnolia 
Furmau Valina Mrs., widow, res 527 Tliirty-sixth 
Furness Edward J., driver Oakland R. R. Co., res 656 

Twenty-second 
Furniss Charles B., pantryman M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
FURNISS MILES, dining rooms, NW cor Eighth and 

Washington, res 510 Eighth 
Furst Herman, clothing and gents furnishing goods, 907 

Broadway, res 361 Tenth 
Fye John, carrier, res 2044 Union 
Fyfe Robert, bookkeeper (S. F.) 469 Fourth 



Gabriel Charles, merchant (S F.) res 1667 Seward 
Gaerdes Mathilda, domestic George S. Dodge, cor Ninth 

and Madison 
Gagan William Mrs., res 469 J Ninth 
Gage A. Mrs. , dress and cloak making, 518 Fourteenth 
Gage James C, res 1156 Broadway 
Gage John W., master mariner, res 520 Twenty-sixth 
Gage Stephen T., director C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 1300 Har- 
rison 
Gage W^illiam, gardener A. K. P. Harmon, res 1568 Web- 
ster 
Gagen James, tailor, res 850 Franklin 
Gagnon John B., capitalist, res 1316 Eighth 
Gahagen Michael, farmer, res NW cor Mariposa and Shat- 

tuck avs, Temescal 
Gahan Lawrence, liquor saloon, 663 Broadway 
Gaillard Albert, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1519 Eighth 
Gaillard Charles J., clerk (S. F.) res 1519 Eighth 
Gaillard Delia Miss, domestic Harold Holderness, res 174 
Tenth 



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OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 229 

Gailliand Emils, waiter M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Gains Michael, laborer C. P. K. E., res 724 Chester 
Gaither Hamilton, salesman Torrej, Whitman & Gardiner, 

res 661 Twenty-fourth 
Galavan James (Moran & Galivan) and extraman Engine Co. 

No. 3, Oakland Fire Department, res 166Y Eighth 
Galindo Francisco, capitalist, res W s Railroad av nr Te- 
hama, Temescal 
Galindo Francisco Jr., res W s Railroad av nr Tehama, 

Temescal 
Galindo Frank L., carriage painter Durham & Buffett, res 

Peralta av nr Old County Road 
GAIilNDO HOTEL, Horace S. Greeley proprietor, SW cor 

Eighth and Franklin 
Galindo Nasario, farmer, res Peralta av nr Old County Road 
Gallagher Ann, widow, res 1816 San Pablo av 
Gallagher Bernard, laborer, res 713 Third 
Gallagher Bridget M. , domestic 964 Eighteenth 
Gallagher Celia Miss, seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 
Gallagher Charles E., proprietor Gallagher's Express, 909 

Broadway, res 662 Tenth 
Gallagher Daniel, carpenter, res 1431 Filbert 
Gallagher James, stonemason, res 651 Adeline, rear 
Gallagher John, capitalist, res 768 Seventh 
Gallagher John, gardener George W. Hume, res E s Web- 
ster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Gallagher John, waiter Tubbs Hotel 

Gallagher Michael, clerk Michael McCabe, res 753 Seventh 
Gallagher Neil, groceries and liquors, SE cor Telegraph av 

and Twenty-fifth 
Gallagher Patrick, res 742 Linden 
Gallagher Peter, helper C. P. R. R., res 742 Linden 
Gallagher Sarah J., domestic Edward F. Schroder, res 1164 

Alice 
Gallagher Stephen, expressman, res 662 Tenth 
Gallagher's Express, Charles E. Gallagher proprietor, 909 

Broadway and 309 East S. F. 
Gallant Peter, carpenter, res 124 Louise 
Gallatin Daniel S., merchant (Gold Hill, Nev.) res 690 East 

32nd, Lynn 
Gallen Annie, domestic 1326 Tenth av 
Galli Felix, sculptor, res 74 Valley 
Gallien Frederick, carpenter, res 1419 Ninth 
Gallivan Maurice, laborer, res 519 Twenty-second 
Galvin & Lebrecht (James Galvin and William Lebrecht) 

carriage manufacturers, cor Sixteenth and Telegraph av 



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230 OAKLAND [ Gr ] DIRECTORY. 

Galvin James (Galvin & Lebrecht) res 494 Twenty-fifth 
Gamble George F., clerk (8. F.) res Piedmont Springs 
Gamble James, general superintendent Western tJnion Tele- 
graph Co. (S. F.) res Piedmont Springs 
Gamma Casper, dairyman, E s Fruit Vale av nr East 14th 
Ganley Edward, laborer, res 705 Fifth, rear 
Gannaw Daniel, coachman T. B. Simpson, 1625 Telegraph av 
Gannaw Norah, cook T. B. Simpson, 1625 Telegraph av 
Gannon Dennis, horse trainer Oakland Trotting Park, res 

952 Thirty-sixth 
Gannon James, laborer C. P. E. E., res 1720 Pacific 
Gans D. B., distributor Contra Costa Laundry 
Gansberg George, dairyman, res 14u6 Seventeenth 
Gansberg Henry, shoemaker F, Senram, res 912 Harrison 
Gants William H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 413 Fourteenth 
Garabrant O., clerk John Gushing, res Blake House 

Garber John, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res N s Claremont av 
nr Eussell, Claremont 

Garber Michael C. (Barstow & Garber) res 408 Thirteenth 

Garbert E. D. Mrs., res 1163 Franklin 

Garcelon Harris, ship builder, res 1267 Twenty-sixth 

Garcia Antonio, farmer, res Hays Valley 

Garcia Celzo, bootblack, 455 Seventh, res 834 Clay 

Garcia Francisco, laborer, res E s Third av nr Summer 

Garcia Guadalupe, teamster, res N s Merced av nr Shattuck 
av, Temescal 

Garcia Jose' Maria, bootblack, 455 Seventh, res 834 Clay 

Garcia Manuel, farmer, res Hays Valley 

Gard Nicholas, mining, res 1021 Central av 

Garden Isabella Mrs., res 497 Twenty-fifth 

Garden Jonathan H., gardener, res 497 Twenty-fifth 

Gardiner A. F. Mrs., res 854 Jefferson 

Gardiner Frank, pressman Daily Times Job Office, res 871 
Twenty-second 

Gardiner James J., real estate and insurance agent, 1106 
Broadway, res 528 Jones 

Gardiner James T. (Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner) res 524 
Jones 

GARDINER JAMES T., house and signpainter, 424 Ninth, 
res 368 Tenth 

Gardiner L., carpenter, res 864 Clay 

Gardner Henry W., clerk C.P.E.E. (S.F.) res 1529 Seventh 

Gardner Hiram S., clerk (S. F.) res 1314 Eighth 

Gardner James W., agent Pacific Press (S.F.) res 1061 Cas- 
tro 

Gardner M. E. Miss, res 558 Sixteenth 



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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 231 

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Gardner Eobert, real estate (S. F.) res 910 Filbert 
Garibaldi G., laborer Telegraph Eoad, Temescal 
Garibaldi Joseph, cook (S. F.) res 1554 Telegraph av 
Garin Paul A., teacher (S. F.) res 815 Thirty-fifth 
Garland Charles W., manufacturer sewer traps, 1901 Broad- 
way 
Garland George, drayman, res 822 East 14th, rear 
Garland Milton H., cough drop manufacturer, 1901 Broad- 
way 
Garlick James O., commission merchant (S. F.) res 715 

Thirteenth 
Garlick Joshua P., principal Cole School, res 11G5 Wash- 
ington 
Garlick Walter J., clerk (S. F.) res 715 Thirteenth 
Garner & Son (Henry and Henry W. Garner) butchers, 718 

Webster 
Garner Elizabeth H. Mrs., milliner, 550 Seventh, res 810 

Webster 
Garner George T., plumber J. G. Anderson, res 810 Webster 
Garner Henry (Garner & Son) res 810 Webster 
Garner Henry W. (Garner & Son) res t'lO Webster 
Garner William, gardener I. L. Bequa, res Piedmont 
Garon Louis G., liquor saloon, 553 Broadway 
Garrett Frank, harnessmaker James Lentell, res 1620 Eighth 
Garrety John, laborer, res 1024 Linden 
Garrigan John H., res 2169 West 
Garrison De Witt, painter, res 1605 Third 
Garrison William A., engineer C. P. B. B., res 1517 Eighth 
Garson Bobert, butcher William Nelle, res 371 Central av 
Garth waite Harry, lumber surveyor (S. F.) res 1319 Filbert 
Garthwaite Harry P., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1319 Filbert 
GARTHWAITE' WTT.TJAM W., cashier Oakland Bank of 

Savings, res Pagoda Hill, Claremont 
Gartner Frederick W., machinist, res 1911 Filbert 
Garvey James, riveter C. P. B. B., res 821 Chester 
Garvey John C., machinist C. P. B. B., res 821 Chester 
Garvey Lizzie E. Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 821 

Chester 
Garvey Patrick, boilermaker, res 821 Chester 
Garvey Thomas, laborer C. P. B. B., res 802 Willow 
Garvin James, gang foreman C. P. B. B., res 1614 Eighth 
Garvin John J., real estate, res 708 Sixth 
Garwood Mary, domestic West Evans, 542 Sycamore 
Gaskill Dewitt C capitalist, res 1395 Harrison 
Gaskill George G., clerk Wells, Fargo & Co., res 573 Fif- 
teenth 



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232 OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 

GASKILL ROLLIN C, agent Wells, Fargo & Co., 472 

Ninth, res 573 Fifteenth 
Gaskill Varnej W., deputy County Clerk, res Snyder Block, 

room 20 
Gaspar Jacques, silverer (S. F.) res SE cor Second and Jef- 
ferson 
Gasper Augustus, gardener E. M. Derby, res S s East 14th, 

Fruit Vale 
Gaspard Francois, wines and liquors, 827 East Central av 
Gass George V., driver E. O. F. V. and M. S. E. R., res 

856 East 14th 
Gast F., engineer C. P. E. E. 
GATES ALVAH, superintendent Thirteenth Street Stable, 

res cor Central av and Washington 
Gates George W., bookkeper (S. F.) res 913 Union 
Gates S. B. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 913 

Union 
Gaudin J. M., clerk John Gaudin, res 559 Charter 
Gaudin John, liquor saloon, 840 Broadway, res 559 Charter 
Gaudin Joseph, tallow renderer, Butchertown, res Pea- 
body's lane 
Gauge William, gardener, res 306 Seventh 
Gaukroger Albert, machinist, res 1629 Myrtle 
Gaukroger John W., clerk, res 1629 Myrtle 
Gaunce Edwin E., news agent C. P. E. E., res 1014 Wood 
Gaunce Frank M., clerk (S. F.) res 1014 Wood 
Gaunce Eobert, brakeman C. P. E. E., res 1014 Wood 
Gaunce Sarah, widow, res 1014 Wood 

Gavin John, fireman Oakland Gaslight Co., res 660 Mag- 
nolia 
Gawley W. Mrs., dressmaker, 1009 Franklin 
GAY & TRENSCHEL (Eobert Gay and Otto E. Trenschel) 

butchers, 921 Seventh 
Gay David, car repairer C. P. E. E., res 34 Hannah 
Gay Eobert (Gay & Trenschel) res 853 Myrtle 
Gaylord Edwin C, with H. B. Gaylord, res 2227 Elm 
Gaylord Hiram B. , groceries and provisions, wood and coal 

SE cor Telegraph and Plymouth avs, res 2227 Elm 
Gaynor James, laborer, res 1862 Goss 
Gaynor John P., architect (S. F.) res 1314 Tenth 
Gazave John, res 373 First 
Geary Charles, baker, res 105 Hollis 

Geary H. Kirke, shoemaker Hall & Co., res 824 Twenty- 
second 
GEARY JOHN F., physician and surgeon, 1113 Broadway, 
res Marathon Park, Telegraph av 



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OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 233 

Geary John, laborer, res 1026 Linden 

Geary Maui'ice, expressman, res 360 First 

Gebliardt Louis C, upholsterer (S. F.) res 417 Fourth 

Geddes Alexander (McKenzie & Co.) res 910 Broadway 

Gedge William K. (Barnes Brothers & Gedge) res South 

Yallejo 
Gee Cornelius C. , carpenter and builder, res 1116 Broadway 
Gee Martin C, varieties, 777 Central av 
Gee Myron, contractor and builder, res 2223 Elm 
Gee Kobert S., bookbinder (S. F.) res 831 Market 
Gee William, res 831 Market 

Gee William S., carpenter C. P. K. K., res 831 Market 
Gee Toon (Chinese) employment office, 369 Ninth 
Gehring George J., packer P. J. Gerhardy, res 829 Broadway 
Gelow W., sewing machine agent, res 572 Tenth 
Gelwicks Daniel W., compositor Tribune Publishing Co., 

res Bellevue House 
Gelwicks Fannie Mrs., artist, res Bellevue House 
Gemmell Alexander, plumber and gasfitter, 809 Franklin, res 

839 Harrison 
Gender William, hostler Oakland R. E. Co., res W s Tele- 
graph av nr Forty-fourth, Temescal 
Gensoul Marie Mrs., res NE cor Ninth and Peralta 
Gentner Charles D. , agent Philadelphia Steam Dyeing Works, 

res 815 Washington 
Gentry Calvin B., carpenter, res 1580 Telegraph av 
Gentrj' C. B. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1580 Telegraph av 
Gentry M. A. Mrs., milliner, res 1322 Thirteenth 
Geoffroy Dominick, laborer Oakland Brewery, res NE cor 

Telegraph av and Durant 
George Frank, laborer C. P. R. R. 
George J. Ellicott, clerk (S. F.) res 1059 Brush 
George Joseph, shoemaker, 1839 Seventh, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Oscar, physician, res 1677 Taylor 
George Robert, assistant secretary Oakland Gas Light Co., 

res 1059 Brush 
George Robert H., clerk (S. F.) res 1059 Brush 
Georgiano Alex., fruit stand, SW cor Thirteenth and Broad- 
way, res 360 Thirteenth 
Gerhard Berthold, proprietor Tremont House, 1311 San 

Pablo av 
Gerhardv Heurv, driver P. J. Gerhardy, res 765 Clay 
Gerhardy Otto,"^ driver P. J. Gerhardy, res 765 Clay 
Gerhardy Philip J., proprietor San Francisco Market, 829 

Broadway, res 765 Clay 
Gerity John, teamster Tucker's Express, res 704 Franklin 



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234 OAKLAND [ Q- ] DIRECTORY. 

Germain Guy, dairyman, res Twenty-eighth nr Adeline 

Germain Parker, dairyman, res Twenty-eighth nr Adeline 

German-American Insurance Co., John H. Troy agent, 457 
Ninth 

German-American School, S s Ninth bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 

German M. E. Church, Kev. C. H. Afflerbach pastor, N s 
Seventeenth bet San Pablo and Telegraph avs 

GERMANIA GARDEN, August Schetzel proprietor, 572 
Seventh 

Germania Hall, E s Webster bet Sixth and Seventh 

Germania Halle Association, Samuel Hirshberg president, 
Henry Mattern secretary, Edward Kreyenhagen treasu- 
rer, E s Webster bet Sixth and Seventh 

GERNREICH & THORNBURGH (William Gernreich and 
M. K. Thornburgh) groceries and liquors, NE cor Eighth 
and Chester 

Gernreich William (Gernreich & Thornburgh) res 1474 
Eighth 

Gerow William, waiter Hartman House 

Gerrish James F., machinist C. P. K. K., res 768 Pine 

Gerron Oscar, plumber, res 1055 Thirteenth av 

Getchell Otis, teamster, res 751 Market 

Getchell Eansome N., salesman Oakland Planing Mill, res 
562 Second 

Getchell Sumner W., agent Miller's German Compressed 
Yeast, res 751 Market 

Getchell Winfield S., engineer C. P. K R., res 1035 Chester 

Getty James, machinist, res 823 Chester 

GHIRARDELLI & PETAR (Domingo Ghirardelli and 
Charles Petar) wholesale wines and liquors, coffee, choc- 
olate and spices, 1072 Broadway 

Ghirardelli Antonio, macaroni manufacturer (S. F.) res 920 
Third 

Ghirardelli Domingo (Ghirardelli & Petar) res 767 Brush 

Ghirardelli Joseph, bookkeeper Ghirardelli & Petar, res 767 
Brush 

Ghirardelli Louis, clerk (S. F.) res 767 Brush 

GIAMBONI NATAIiE (N. Giamboni & Co., S. F.) and 
president West Oakland Mutual Loan Association, res 
1714 Seward 

Gibb Archibald, carpenter, res 552 Broadway 

Gibbons & Clonen (Patrick Gibbons and John Clonen) gro- 
ceries and liquors, SE cor Seventh and Henry 

Gibbons James, proprietor New York Hotel, SE cor Seventh 
and Franklin 



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OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 235 

Gibbons Mark F., shipwright C. P. R R., res 1708 Atlan- 
tic 

Gibbons Patrick (Gibbons & Clonen) res SE cor Seventh 
and Henry 

Gibbs S. L., packer (S. F.) res 2102 Peralta 

Gibbons Sue Mrs., res 963 Eighth 

Gibbs William C, adjuster marine losses (S. F.) res 154 
Third 

Gibbs William T., horseshoer and blacksmith, 958 Franklin, 
res 1673 Eleventh av 

Gibbs William T. Jr., blacksmith William T. Gibbs, res 
1673 Eleventh av 

Gibson A., painter C. P. R. P. 

Gibson Alexander, pictures, frames and mouldings, 1708 
Seventh 

Gibson Annie S., res 1825 Telegraph av 

Gibson Elizabeth, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

GIBSON E. M., district attorney Alameda County, oflfice 
Court House, second floor, res 1215 Jefferson 

Gibson Joseph, vapor baths, 1068 Broadway, room 23 

Gibson Julia, widow, dressmaker, res 1522 "Broadway 

Gibson William, res 1652 Fourteenth 

Gidley Josephine, widow, res 610 Ninth 

GIESE LOUIS, proprietor West Oakland Hall, SW cor 
Seventh and Wood 

Giese Otto, barkeeper Louis Giese, res SW cor Seventh and 
Wood 

Gifford A. C, fireman C. P. E. E. 

Gifford Charles (Burrell & Gifford) res 1054 Broadway 

Gifford William M., butcher, res 618 Sixteenth 

Gilardin Alexander J., constable, res 812 East 14th 

Gilardin Eugene, cattle dealer, res 671 Clinton, Lynn 

Gilardin Joseph, res 814 East 14th 

Gilardin Victor, meat market, 751 East 14th, res 1209 Fif- 
teenth av 

Gilbert Adrian A., purser (S. F.) res 566 Sixth 

Gilbert Charles W. (Gilbert & Moore, S.F.) res 1710 Eighth 

Gilbert S. E., cook Piedmont Springs Hotel 

Gilbert Thomas H., shoemaker Hall & Co., res 1516 West 

Gilbertson John, driver S. F. Laundry, res 685 Thirty- 
fourth 

Gilbery Nils, carpenter, res 865 Henry 

Gilcrest Frank N., carpenter, res 1214 Tenth av 

Gilcrest John, surveyor, res 304 Second 

Gilcrest S, F., attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, res 304 Sec- 
ond 



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236 OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 

Gilcrest William M., deputy assessor Oakland Township, res 
304 Second 

Gilfeatiier Ann, widow, res 1424 Fifteenth 

Gilfeather Daniel, laundrjman Contra Costa Laundry 

Gilfeather Dennis, laundryman, res 1424 Fifteenth 

Gilfeather James, painter, res 1424 Fifteenth 

Gilfoil William, laborer, les W s San Pablo av nr Dwight 
Way 

Gilkley Milton J., res East 8th opp Sixth av 

Gill Edward, nursery, S s Twenty-eighth bet Market and 
Adeline 

Gill Elias, res 559 Seventeenth 

Gill Frank, clerk, res W s Telegraph av bet Forty-second 
and Forty-third, Temescal 

Gill James, res 1053 Thirteenth av 

Gill James J., machinehand Oakland Planing Mills and 
member City Council, res 258 Fifth 

Gill John, res 717 Linden 

Gill John, laborer, res 1053 Thirteenth av 

Gill Michael, res 717 Linden 

Gill's Nurseries, S s Twenty-eight bet Market and Adeline 

Gillan Frank, clerk Times Publishing Co., res 1014 Web- 
ster 

Gillespie Frank M., clerk, res 410 Tenth 

Gillespie John H., mining (S. F.) res 1653 Central av 

Gillett Charles E., mining secretary (S. F.) res 475 Ninth 

Gillick James, coachman John Garber, N s Claremont av nr 
Russell, Claremont 

Gillick Matthew, peddler, res SE cor Second and Oak 

Gilligan Edward F., tinsmith Dalziel & Moller, res 167 Sev- 
enth 

Gilligan James, gardener General Kirkham, res 167 Seventh 

Gilligan James, laborer, res 673 East Central av 

Gilligan James Jr., blacksmith Jacob Seitz, res 167 Seventh 

Gilliland I. Mrs. (Nightingale & Gilliland) res SW cor Tele- 
graph av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Oilman Charles, laborer C. P. R. E. 

Oilman Charles H. (Gower & Oilman, S. F.) res 170 Ninth 

Oilman Edward, res 170 Ninth 

Oilman J. A. & Co. (Joseph A. Oilman and J. Homer Liv- 
ermore) market, 971 Third and Vinzent Block 

Oilman J. H., laborer C. P. R. R. 

Oilman Joseph A. (J. A. Oilman & Co.) res 918 Thirty- 
fourth 

Gilman Samuel M., dentist, 1068 Broadway rooms 3-5, res 
574 Sixteenth 



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OAKLAND [ Gr] DIRECTORY. 237 

Gilmore Charles M., teller (S. F.) res SW cor East lltli and 
Tenth av 

Gilmore Ellen, widow, res 863 Twenty-second 

Gilmore Florenda Mrs., confectionery, store and res 1261 San 
Pablo av 

Gilmore George W. (Hall & Co.) res 3641 Thirteenth 

Gilmore John, gi'oceries, 1709 Linden 

Gilmore John H., landscape gardener, res 117 East 14th 

Gilmore JohnS., salesman Greenhood Bros., res 863 Twenty- 
second 

Gilmore Louis F., clerk, res 117 East 14th 

Gilmore Michael, laborer C. P. K. E., res 618 Fifth, rear 

Gilmore Robert, horseshoer, 268 Central av, res 222 Elev- 
enth 

Gilmore Thomas, compositor Daily Times, res 863 Twenty- 
second 

Gilmore Thomas, groceries and liquors, 419 B 

Gilmore Thomas, messenger American District Telegraph 
Co., res 618 Fifth 

Gilmore Thomas, student Oakland Business College 

Gilmour Johu D., blacksmith (S. F.) res 984 Pine 

Gilpin Z. T. (Babbitt, Manuel & Gilpin) res 1954 Webster 

Gilson Carrie G. Mrs., deputy County Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, office Court House, room 5, res 
1964 San Pablo av 

GILSON JEWETT C, County Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, office Court House, room 5, res 1964 San 
Pablo av 

Gilstrap William A., engineer C. P. R. R., res 703 Camp- 
bell 

Giltner Jacob S., physician and surgeon, res 1422 Linden 

Gincosta Antonia, res 1212 Thirteenth av 

Ginn Frederick B., book publisher, res 516 Seventeenth 

Ginn John I. Mrs., res 1012 Jefferson 

Girvin Alexander, res 691 East 32nd, Lynn 

Girard Ernest, shoemaker (S. F.) res S s Forty-eighth nr 
Shattuck av, Temescal 

Girard Insurance Co. (fire of Philadelphia) E. A. Heron 
agent, 422 Central av 

Girard Pierre F., res S s Forty-eighth nr Shattuck av, Tem- 
escal 

Girard Stanislaus Mme., res 477 Twenty-sixth 

Gittere Charles, barkeeper Golden Gate Hotel, Butcher- 
town 

Gittere Florence, wines, liquors, cigars and tobacco, 801 
Broadway 



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238 OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 

Giuffra A. & Co., fruit, 456 Seventh 

GLADDING A. I. & CO. (Allen I. Gladding and Edward P. 

Flint) real estate agents, 1152 Broadway 
Gladding Allen I. (A. I. Gladding & Co.) res 541 Hobart 
Gladding C. B. Mrs., widow, res 483 Plymouth av 
Gladding Charles (Gladding, McBean & Co.) res 970 Six- 
teenth 
Gladding Charles B. H., bookkeeper, res 402 Twenty-first 
Gladding Charles P., butcher Frank I. McWorthy, res 866 

East Central av 
Gladding George L., bookkeeper Gladding, McBean & Co., 

res 970 Sixteenth 
GIiADDING, McBEAN & CO. (Charles Gladding, Peter 
McG. McBean and George Chambers) manufacturers 
stone pipe, chimney tops, Sues and fire-brick, 1170-1172 
Broadway, office 1310-1312 Market, S. F. 
Gladding Richard S., publisher City Itemizer and job 

printer, 474 Thirteenth, res 541 Hobart 
Gladding William P., res 691 Thirty-fourth 
Glas Jacob, with A. E. Castello, res Alameda 
GLASCOCK W. H. & J. R., attorneys-at-law, 481 Seventh 
Glascock John R. (W. H. & J. R. Glascock) res 829 Jackson 
Glascock William H. (W. H. & J. R. Glascock) res 305 

Fifth 
Glasgow Thomas, carpenter, res 464 Third, rear 
Glasheen Edmund, blacksmith Oakland Iron Works, res S s 

Seventh nr Cedar 
Glass Hamilton, conductor C. P. R. R., res NichoU House 
Glass James, joiner C. P. R. R. 
Glass Kate Mrs., fancy and staple goods, 553 East Cen- 

ral av 
Glaze Andrew J., butcher John W. Glaze, res 617 East Cen- 
tral av 
Glaze John W., meat market, 617 East Central av 
Gleason George, capitalist, res 366 Tenth 
Gleason James, hostler, res Erie House 
Gleason Michael J., groceries, NE cor Twenty-first and 

Market 
Gleason Wilhelmina, widow, variety store, 1473 San Pa- 
blo av 
Gleeson William, pastor St. Anthony's Church, res NW cor 

Sixteenth av and East Sixteenth 
Gleimme Peter, carpenter, res Winter's Hotel 
Gleisner Fred., carpenter, res 614 Seventeenth 
Glenan John, carpenter, res 1364 Campbell 
Glenn William N., printer Pacific Press, res 769 Sixteenth 



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OAKLAND [ Q ] DIRECTORY. 239 

Glennej Samuel, lauudryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Glennon John, baker Thomson & Co., res Winter's Hotel 
Glens Falls Insurance Co. (fire, of Glens Falls, N.Y.) Doe, 

Griffin & Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 
Glidden Harvey K., brakeman C. P. K. E., res 1430 Ade- 
line 
Glimme Peter, carpenter, res cor Broadway and Fifteenth 
Glines Byron A., speculator, res 718 Eleventh 
Glissener Fritz, carpenter Horatio P. Livermore 
Glocker Joseph, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1221 Fourteenth 
Glody John, carpenter, res 159 Seventh 
Glor John, wines and liquors, 474 Eighth 
Glosser George W., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 888 Cedar 
Glover James F., shoemaker, res 202 East Fifteenth 
Glover James E., U. S deputy surveyor, res 1250 Pranklin 
Glover John, shoemaker (S. F.) res W s Thirteenth av bet 

East 11th and East Central av 
Glover Mary Mrs, res 1061 Grove 
Glover Eobert, proprietor Ninth Street Livery Stable, N s 

Ninth bet Clay and Jefferson, res 715 Tenth 
Glover Thomas F., shoemaker Hall & Co., res 202 East 15th 
Gluck Jacob, tailor S. Francis, res Alameda 
Glynn Timothy, laborer, res 416 Seventh 
Gobeil Louis, engineer Oakland Gas Light Co., res 420 First 
Goddard Clark L., dentist (S. F.) res 613 Nineteenth 
Goddard Elisha, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 613 Nineteenth 
Godfrey George, real estate, res 1721 Seventh 
Godfrey Leroy W., jeweler, res 1400 Central av 
Goff H. F., engineer tug Lotta, res SE cor B and Louisa 
Goff Jennie, widow, boarding and lodging, 527 Seventh 
Goff L., engineer C P. E. E., res 8 Pearson's Eow 
Goff Lucius M., engineer C. P. E. E., res 1707 Lincoln 
Goff M. E., engineer C. P. E. E. 

Gohanich Eaymond, tripe factory, stock yard Butchertown 
Goheen Banner, res S s Forty-second nr Telegraph av, Tem- 

escal 
Gohsen Charles N., painter, res 1868 Seventh 
Goldaracena Eamon, engineer, res 1322 Thirteenth 
Golden Ellen Mrs., res 620 Seventeenth 
GOLDEN GATE ACADEMY, Eev. H. E. Jewett, A. M., 
principal, S s Plymouth av bet Telegraph av and 
Broadway 
Golden Gate District Agricultural Fair Association's Build- 
ing, E s Harrison bet Tenth and Eleventh 
GOLDEN GATE HALL, William Peru proprietor, 471-475 
Eighth 



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24 OAKLAND [ 6 ] DIRECTORY. 



Golden John, policeman, res 1506 Fifth 

Golden Joseph L., engineer, res 669 Webster 

GOLDEN STAR HOTEL, Eobert V. Clark proprietor, 836 

Broadway 
Golden Thomas, barber, res 553 Seventh 
Golden Timothy, barber and extraman Hook and Ladder 

Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, res 553 Seventh 
Goldiner Carl, tailor, 702 Broadway 
Goldstein Simon, pedlar, res 301 Second 
Golly Leon, stockbroker (S. F.) res 1102 Myrtle 
Gomer John, machinehand C. P. E. K., res 801 Campbell 
Gomes Manuel P., gardener, 1409 Market 
Gomez Joseph, laundrymau Contra Costa Laundry 
Gondouin Alexander, cook Hartman House 
Gong Wah (Chinese) laundry, 1302 Thirteenth av 
Gonzales C Mrs., res S s Forty-fourth nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Gonzales Frank, porter, res 686 Twenty-seventh 
Gonzales Martin R., seaman, res 1718 Lincoln 
Good John G., painter Patrick Sheehan, res 10'»8 Twenty- 
fourth 
Good Michael, laborer, res 1724 Pacific 
Good William F., res 934 Linden 
Goodfellow Summerfield S., mining engineer, res 1814 

Goss 
Goodfellow William S., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1254 

Eleventh av 
Gooding Henry, steward stmr Oakland, Oakland Ferry 
Goodman George, manager California Artificial Stone Pav- 
ing Co., res NE cor Nineteenth and San Pablo av 
Goodrich Mary C. Mrs., res 1423 San Pablo av 
Goodwin Frank J., clerk, res 1467 San Pablo av 
Goodwin Thomas A., mining, res 987 Wood 
Goodwin William, car driver, res 2233 Elm 
Goodwin William L., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1109 Camp- 
bell 
Goos Peter F., carpenter C. P. R. R., res SW cor Pine and 

William 
Gordon Bessie Miss, res 1001 Franklin 
Gordon Bridget Mrs., fruits and vegetables, 707 East Cen- 
tral av 
Gordon Charles W., boarding and lodging, 420 First 
Gordon David, machinist (S. F.)res 621 Third 
Gordon Emma, domestic, 1762 Goss 

Gordon Harry F., bookkeeper Home Mutual Insurance Co., 
res Centennial Hotel, Fourteenth and Clay 



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OAKLAND [ Gr ] DIRECTORY. 241 

GORDON. HOUSE, Joseph S. G. Gordon proprietor, 461 

Ninth 
Gordon James, watchman C P. R. R., res 859 Myrtle 
Gordon James E., hardware (S. F.) res 1033 Linden 
Gordon John, laborer, res 1513 Third 
Gordon John H., milkman, res 1929 Magnolia 
GORDON JOSEPH S. G., agent Napa Soda Springs, and 

proprietor Oakland Ice Co. and manufacturer of ice 

cream, 365 Tenth 
Gordon Mary E. Mrs., with Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., res 712 Filbert 
Gordon N. Henry, bookkeeper (S.F.) res Centennial House, 

Fourteenth and Clay 
Gore Benjamin B., merchant (S. F.) res 463 Thirteenth 
Gore C. A., carpenter, res 1010 Twenty -fourth 
Gorman Catherine, widow, res 827 Cedar 
Gorman John, furniture, res E s Humboldt av nr Parker, 

Temescal 
Gorman John, laborer, res N s East 20th bet Fourth and 

Fifth avs 
Gorman John C, employee C. P. R. R., res 827 Cedar 
Gorman Josephine Miss, res 827 Cedar 
Gorman Maggie, domestic E. E. Potter, 272 Eleventh 
Gorner C, signpainter, res 374 Tenth 
Gorrill Charles H., president Pacific Bridge Co. (S. F.) res 

W s Webster nr Broadway 
Gorrill W. H. Mrs., res 1601 Telegraph av 
Goss Joseph, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R. 
Gotchett Alice Miss, saleslady John G. Lockwood, res 1432 

Sixteenth 
Gotchett Caroline, widow, res 1432 Sixteenth 
Gough Henry, laborer, res 1625 Union 
Gould Adin B., boxmaker Eagle Box Factory, res 811 

Washington 
Gould Charles B., bookkeeper (^. F.) res 1373 Ninth 
Gould Charles N., mining, res 1661 Seward 
Gould Henry, salesman Hickok & Son, res 1666 Lincoln 
Gould John E., janitor, res 856 Franklin 
Gould N., lumberman Amos Roberts 
Gouldin John C, commercial agent, res Fruit Vale crossing. 

East Oakland 
Goulding Cynthia K. Miss, teacher Mills' Seminary 
Gounsky Joseph, junk dealer, res 418 Third 
Gove Charles A., sack sewer (S. F.) res 1020 Chestnut 
Gove John H., manufacturer cotton and hav presses (S. F.) 

res 1020 Chestnut 



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242 OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 

Govorno Jacomin, marblecutter, res 633 Filbert 
Gowanlock James, blacksmith, 656 Broadway, res 762 Jeffer- 
son 
Gowell Orrin, mining, res S s East 14th, Fruit Yale 
Gowen Charles, ship carpenter C. P. R. E., res 813 Center 
Gowen John V,, ship carpenter C. P. R. R. 

Gowen Samuel H., special police, res 759| Castro 

Gower Samuel J. (Gower & Gilman, S. F.) res N s East 
27th nr Fruit Vale av, Fruit Vale 

Gowing G. Mrs., sheet music and musical merchandize, 1171 
Washington, res 1116 Broadway 

Gowing George, with Singer Manufacturing Co. (S. F.) res 
1116 Broadway 

Grabs August, butcher, 1783 Seventh 

Grace Frank (Burnell & Grace) res 627 East Central av 

Grace Patrick, groceries, 1902 San Pablo av 

Gracey Bros. (Hatteras S. and Eugene W. Gracey) printers, 
377 East 11th 

Gracey Eugene W. (Gracey Bros.) res 377 East 11th 

Gracey Hatteras S. (Gracey Bros.) res 377 East 11th 

Gracey Mary J., widow, res 377 East 11th 

Gracey Samuel, gardener, res 377 East 11th 

Grady Mary H. Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., 
res 653 Seventh 

Graff Peter A., painter, res 1067 Thirty-second 

Graff elman Henry, plumber (S. F.) res 816 Cedar 

Graffelman L. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 816 Cedar 

Graffelman Margaret, widow, res 816 Cedar 

Graham Edward (Williams & Graham, S. F.) res 836 Broad- 
way 

Graham George, dairvman John R. Talcott, res E s High nr 
East 14th, Fruit Vale 

Graham George S., driver Zeno Mauvais, res 567 East 23rd 

Graham James W., expressman, res 362 First 

Graham J. M. Mrs., res 606 East 11th 

Graham John, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1669 Seward 

Graham John, farmer, res Hay.s' Road nr Lake Chabot 

Graham Matilda Mrs., res West Oakland House 

Graham Robert J., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 1112 
Wood 

Graham William H., civil engineer, res 831 Campbell 

Graham William M., capitalist, res 284 Eleventh 

Graham William M. Jr., attorney-at-law, 15 Wilcox Block, 
res 284 Eleventh 

Graham William S., civil engineer, res 831 Campbell 

Grainger William, milkman, res 1911 Union 



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OAKLAND [ Gr ] DIRECTORY. 243 

Grainger William Jr., mining secretary (S. F.) res 1911 

Union 
Grand Central Stable, Myron M. Tinkham proprietor, NW 

cor Webster and Central av 
Grand Western Hotel, Mrs. Eliza M. Finegan proprietress, 

1756 Seventh 
Grand Western Kestaurant, Frank W. Spiars proprietor, 1756 

Seventh 
Grandbois Frant D., hostler J. C. Hays, res Hays' Valley 
Grandjean Henry, coffee dealer (S. F.) res 1038 Peralta 
Grandona Domingo (Alameda County Ice Co.) res S s Fourth 

bet Washington and Jefferson 
Grannis E. W., contractor, res 1067 Willow 
Grant Frank, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Grant George, teller (S. F.) res NE cor East 28th and 

Twenty-tirst av 
Grant George E., merchant (San Luis Obispo) res 1303 

Third av 
Grant Horace A., shipwright (S. F.) res 1786 Taylor 
Grant John , laborer Sterry Walker, res Pleasant Valley Eanch 
Grant Joseph, fireman C P. K. E. 
Grant William, driver Oakland, Brooklyn and Fruit Vale E. 

E. Co., res 514 East Central av 
Grases James E., porter, res 1013 Fifth 
Grassle Henry, laborer, res 914 East Central av 
Grassle Louis, bootblack, 459 Central av, res 914 East 

Central av 
Grauli John, blacksmith Walter Welsh, res 239 Louisa 
Graves Charles, farmer, res Fruit Vale 
Graves Henry P., mechanic, res 1731 Myrtle 
Graves L. Gertrude Miss, res 1559 Eighth 
Graves William H. H., bookkeeper Union National Bank, 

res 512 Seventeenth nr Telegraph av 
Gray A. L. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res cor 

Central av and Broadway 
Gray Albert, employee C. P. E. E., res 1868 Atlantic 
Gray Annie Miss, hair work, 552 Seventh, res 915 Seventh 
Gray Asa, res 254 Eighth 

Gi'ay Cormack, laborer, res 572 EastFourteenth 
Gray Dallas P., billiard parlor and cigars and tobacco, 465 

Ninth, res 608 Ninth 
Gray George, miner, res 576 East 22d 
Gray George Mrs., dairy, res 576 East 22d 
Gray George D., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 760 Tenth 
Gray Giles H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 754 Tenth 
Gray Hugh M., res 617 Ninth 



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244 OAKLAND [ 6 ] DIRECTORY. 

Gray James, shoemaker Daniel O'Keefe, res 572 East 14th 
Gray Jaoe Miss, teacher elocution, 1068 Broadway 
GRAY J. D., druggist, 1059 Broadway, res S. F. 
Gray John, groceries, 669 East Thirty-second, Lynn 
Gray John, shoemaker Daniel O'Keefe, res 572 East 14th 
Gray Matilda, real estate, res 915 Seventh, rear 
Gray Nathaniel (N. Gray & Co., S. E.) res 758 Tenth 
Gray Thomas E., physician, res 1659 Eighth 
Gray "William, laborer, res 720 Third 

Gray William G., salesman Henry Schellhaas, res 1351 Tel- 
egraph av 
Gray William H., res 760 Seventeenth 

Gray William O., freight clerk C.P.K.R., res 1307 Chestnut 
Grayson George W. (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) and capitalist 

(S. F.) res 1361 Jackson 
Grayson, Harrell & Co. (George W. Grayson, Jasper Har- 
rell, J. W. Phillips and W. J. Owen) wholesale butch- 
ers and cattle dealers (West Berkeley) office 1 Nicholl 
Block 
Greaney Catherine, widow, res 1368 Eighteenth 
Greaney John, laborer, res 828 Lydia 
Grear B. Miss, dressmaker, res 511 Tenth 
Greaves William, tailor, res 1250 San Pablo av 
Grebe Louise Mrs., furnished rooms, 409| Central av 
GREELEY HORACE S., proprietor Galindo Hotel, SWcor 

Eighth and Franklin 
Green k Maloon (Samuel S. Green and Henry Maloon) coal 

oil and lamps, 456 Central av 
Green Abby Mrs., hairdresser, 1113 Broadway, room 3, res 

Alameda 
Green Alonzo, first officer stmr Amador, res 1309 Twelfth av 
Green A. V., real estate agent, 912 Broadway, res Alameda 
Green Edmund, mining expert, res 1317 Jackson 
Green Emery T., fireman C. P. E. R., res 8 Pearson's Row 
Green Frank, carpenter Pacific Reduction Works, res Bay 

av nr RR. crossing, Melrose 
Green George (F. E. Knowles & Co.) res Sacramento 
Green Heury, rancher, res 726 Myrtle 
Green J. C, agent C. P. R. R. Butchertown, res Golden 

Gate Hotel 
Green J. G. Mrs., dressmaker, 1113 Broadway, room 3, res 

Alameda 
Green J. J., painter, res E s Maple bet Temescal and Birch, 

Temescal 
Green Joseph, boots and shoes, 1018 Broadway, res 865 
Twentieth 



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OAKLAND [ G- ] DIRECTORY. 245 

Green Joseph, machinist, res 670 East 16th, rear 
Green Joseph S., clerk King & Mount, res 1606 Market 
Green Louis, mattressmaker Chris. Schreiber, res 812 Pine 
Green Myron, gardener, res Lee nr Vernon av ' e_, 

Green Samuel S. (Green cfc Maloon) res 564 Thirty-fifth § 

Green Thomas, physician, office and res, 573 Seventh ; t> 

Green William, res 411 Fifteenth ^ 

Green William, laborer Lynch, Maloney & Co., res 165 | ' 

Second j ^ 

Green William, porter W. J. Edmonds, res 962i Broadway i E^ 
Greene B. P., mason, res 1009 Twenty-second j ^ 

Greene Jay, foreman Pioneer Planing Mills, res 418 Fifth I o 
GREENE WILLIAM E., judge Superior Court Department | f 

No. 2. chambers Court House, top floor, res 522 East 

11th 
Greenebaum Jacob, auctioneer (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Greenhood & Moran (J. Greenhood and James T. Moran) 

clothing and gents' furnishing goods, NW cor Eleventh 

and Broadway 
GREENHOOD BROTHERS (Solomon and Max Greenhood) 

fancy and dry goods, 1053 Broadway 
Greenhood Jacob (Greenhood & Moran) res SW cor Delger 

and Telegraph av 
Greenhood Joseph (S. & J. Greenhood) res SW cor San 

Pablo av and Twenty-ninth 
Greenhood Max (Greenhood Brothers) res 460 Twenty-first P 
Greenhood S. & J. (Samuel and Joseph Greenhood) gro- ^ 

ceries and liquors and meat market, SW cor San Pablo ! ^ 

av and Twenty-ninth j ^ 

Greenhood Samuel (S. & J. Greenhood) res SW cor San td 

Pablo av and Twenty-ninth j |^ 

Greenhood Solomon (Greenhood Brothers) res 635 Four- j 

teenth ^ 

Greenman Herman, mining (S. F.) res 311 Fourth t* 

Greenman Nelson, res 1363 Fifteenth m 

Greenus & Cakes (Albert E. Greenus and William J. Cakes) i-i 

sign painters, 366 Thirteenth ^ 

Greenus Albert E. (Greenus & Cakes) res 1403 Franklin »^ 

Giegoire Venceslas, teamster Remillard Brick Co., res 560 1 ca 

Second I o 

Gregory Harriet E., widow, res 586 Caledonia av | t^ 

Gregory Henry P. (H. P. Gregory & Co., S. F.) res 586 Cal- | * 

edonia av 
Gregory John, machine hand C. P. R. K., res 619 Magnolia 
Gregory' John S., agent Continental Oil and Transportation 

Co., office foot Castro, res S. F. 



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246 OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 

Gregory Silas W. (H. P. Gregory & Co., S. F.) res 1410 

Franklin 
Gremke Henry D. C, clerk (S. F.) res N s Thirty-eighth ur 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Gremke Henry F., groceries (S. F.) res N s Thirty-eighth nr 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Gremke Kichard, res N s Thirty-eighth nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Gressler Charles A., barber and oculist, 707 East Central av 
Gribble Charles, longshoreman, res 728 Union 
Grieser John, shoemaker, 420 Eleventh 
Grieshammer August, ivory turner (S. F.) res Eighteenth 

bet Campbell and Peralta 
Grieves Frank, printer, res 1717 William 
Grieves Matthew, employee C. P. E. E., res 1717 William 
Griffin George A. B., mining expert, res 818 Brush 
Griffin Henry (Doe, Griffin & Seaman) res 312 Fourteenth 
Griffin Henry A., clerk William Griffin, res Orr House, 508|. 

Fifteenth 
Griffin Jeremiah J,, machinist (S. F.) res 720 Seventh 
Griffin John, laborer, res 417 Seventh 

Griffin Leander, commercial traveler (S. F.) res 1121 Third av 
Griffin Lizzie Mrs., teacher High School, res 1012 Jefferson 
Griffin P. DeForest Mrs., res Tubbs Hotel 
Griffin W. Mrs., proprietress Orr House, 508| Fifteenth 
Griffin William, groceries, 1237 Broadway, res Orr House 
Griffin William, laborer I. L. Eequa, res Piedmont 
Griffing George J., mining superintendent, res East 14th bet 

Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth avs 
Griffith George, gardener H. D. Bacon, 960 Oak 
Griffith Hannah Mrs., proprietress Washington Hotel, 1815 

Seventh 
Griffith James H., mining secretary (S. F.) res Winsor 

House 
Griffith John, carpenter and builder, res 1407 Broadway 
Griffith William A., carpenter, res Washington Hotel 
Griffiths David D., surveyor, res 555 Charter 
Griggs Charles, music printer Pacific Press, res cor Brush 

and Eleventh 
Griggs Julia Mrs., folder Pacific Press, res cor Brush and 

Eleventh 
Grimm August, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 871 East 

15th 
Grimme Charles, clerk Diederich Menke, res 417 Fourth 
Grimwood Adolphus D., U. S. Commissioner (S. F.) res 

NW cor East 14th and Adeline 



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OAKLAND [ G ] DIRECTORY. 247 

Grindley James, engineer, res S s Harmon nr Alcatraz av, 

Temescal 
Grm(1ley John H., salesman (S. F.) res 1013 Webster 
Grisch Christian, res 732 Filbert 
Griswold Augustus H., mining, res 1326 Central av 
Griswoia Daniel S., electrotyper (S. F.) res 1613 Taylor 
Griswold John H. bookkeeper (S. F.) res 573 Eleventh 
Griswold W. H., pressman Tribune Publishing Co., res cor 

Central av and Kirkham 
Grobe Henry, gardener, res 1547 San Pablo av 
Groff Charles F,, plasterer, res 761 Clay 
Grogan Bernard, laborer, res 713 Brush 
Grondona Dominico, farmer, NW cor Wood and Thirteenth 
Grondona Joseph, coffee roaster (S. F.) res Wood, opp 

Thirteenth 
Groom John, horse trainer Newland & Co., res Lake Shore 

av nr Indian Gulch 
Gross Joshua F., butcher, res SE cor Wood and Chase 
Gross W^illiam C, marble dealer, res 1402 Fifteenth 
Groth John, liquor saloon, 366 Central av, res Franklin bet 

Tenth and Eleventh 
Grotheer Frederick, driver Washington Brewery, res 711 

Center 
Grove Street Primary School, Mrs. N. D. Standeford princi- 
pal, E s Grove bet Fourth and Fifth 
Grover Carrie, domestic 506 Tenth av 

GROVES & BUCHANAN (Reuben Groves and William 
Buchanan) proprietors Oakland Nursery, nr Oakland 
Trotting Park, depot 352 Thirteenth 
Groves Reuben (Groves & Buchanan) res nr Oakland Trot- 
ting Park 
Grow Charles A., with C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 1305 Franklin 
Grow Joseph B., blacksmith C. P. R. R., res 1768 Division 
Grubb Sarah A., widow, res 560 Thirty-fifth 
Gruber Charlotte, domestic 156 East Central av 
Gruettner D., gardener, res 703 Harrison 
Grust Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundiy, res 1413 

Fifteenth 
Guardian Assurance Co. (of London) Walker & Strong agents, 

457 Central av 
Guernsey A. A. & Co. (A. A. Guernsey and Frank J. Burge) 

real estate agents, 906 Broadway 
Guernsey A. A. (A. A. Guernsey & Co.) resSW cor Twenty- 
fourth and San Pablo av 
Guillemin Cecile C. Mrs., matron Poston's Seminary, res 
E s Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh 



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Guion Mary, chambermaid Kelsey House 
GuireyMary E. Mrs., teacher, res 921 Sixth av 
Gulick Sidney L., student University, res 508 Eleventh 
Gumm Emanuel, gardener, 1409 Market 
Gunderson Robert, deckhand stmr Amador, Oakland Ferry 
Gunn Charles T., peanut stand, NE cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington, res 823 Isabella 
Gunn Francis J., clerk L. & A. Crocker, res 804 Franklin 
Gunn George W., master mariner, res 810 Isabella 
Gunn J ohn, res 1427 Filbert 
Gunn Mary Ann, M'idow, res 810 Isabella 
Gunn William J., real estate agent (S. F.) res 1375 Madison 
Gunnison L., watchman, res 118 Ettie 
Gunon Martin, laborer, res 665 East Central av 
Guptill Edwin A., butcher, res 1604 San Pablo av 
Gurnee Clinton W., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 568 Twenty- 
fifth 
Gurnett Albert G., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1278 Fourth av 
Gurnett William James, bookkeeper (S. F.) res N s Twen- 
tieth bet Telegraph av and Broadway 
Gushee George E., laborer C. P. R. R., res 1506 Henry 
Gustine Albert, electrotyper (S. F.) res 1615 Taylor 
Gutzwiller Henry, liquor saloon and Brooklyn Brewery 

depot, 1517 San Pablo av 
Guy William, marblecutter, res 810 Campbell 
Guzman Matias, cook Philadelphia Restaurant, res Capitol 

Hotel 
Gylam Mary Miss, teacher German Postou's Seminary 

H 

Haagenson Carl, hatter M. Brink, res 324 Fourth 

Haar & Bro. (Henry and Herman Haar) grocers, 1472 

Seventh 
Haar Henry (Haar & Bro.) res 1472 Seventh 
Haar Herman (Haar & Bro.) res 1472 Seventh 
Haberlin James, blacksmith Benjamin Kneale, resN s Forty- 
third nr Telegraph av 
Hablizel William, bellman Galindo Hotel 
Hackett Edward, dredging (S. F.) res 1303 Jackson 
Hackett James, mason, res 1733 Filbert 
Hackett John, dredging (S. F.) res 229 Central av 
Hackett Margaret, widow, res 1733 Filbert 
Hackett Sarah Mrs., res 759 Seventh 
Hadlich F. Mrs., res 8 s 38th nr Telegraph av, Temescal 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 249 

Hadsell George, workman U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 985 Camp- 
bell 
Hadsell fliram, res 985 Campbell 
Haehnleu John C, farmer, res 313 Sixth 
Haelke Leopold, gardener, res 729 Second • 
Haffner Frederick D., barber, shop and res 854 Wood 
Hagan Peter A., truckman, res 329 Third Jrj 

Hagan Edward C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1259 Clay S. 

Hagen Peter J., tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res 782 East 

Central av B- 

Hagerty William, laborer, res 704 Brush 
Haggin John, carpenter, res E s Broadway nr Orchard 
Hagman Peter, bookkeeper (S. F.) res Fruit Yale ^ 

Halm Emile, laundryman, res 239 Louisa "" 

Halin Henry, res 1662 Seventh m 

Hahn Lewis W., plumber and extraman Engine Co. No, 3, g 

Oakland Fire Department, res 1669 Eighth 
Hahn S. Mrs., res S s Weston av bet Telegraph av and 

Broadway 

Hahn William, printer Oakland Journal, res 239 Louisa §* 

Haile L. D. Mrs., widow, res 1410 Franklin 
Haines Bertha, widow, res 166 Seventh 
Haines E. A., res 277 Tenth 
Haines Joseph D., electric pen writer (S. F.) res 1401 

Franklin 
Hains Frederick E., clerk (S. F.) res 818 Alice 
Hair Samuel, plumber, res 810 Jefferson 
Hakes David S., musician, res 658 Sycamore 
Halaker Peter, laborer, res 228 Second 

Halbert C. R., capitalist, res Yinzent Block W 
— - - t^ 

Haldeman Elizabeth, cook Winsor House ^ 

Hale Horace B., live stock dealer, res 1107 Tenth av 

Hale, James McE., res cor Clifton av and New Broadway 

Hale Piebecca H. Mrs., res 403 East 14lh 

Hale William E., stockbroker (S. F.) res cor Clifton av and 
New Broadway 

Haley Mabel F. Mrs., furnished rooms, 756 Seventh 

Haley Patrick, laborer, res 826 Twenty-first 

Hall tt Co. (Isaac K. Kail and George W. Gilmore) manu- 
facturers shoes, 368 Thirteenth 

Hall Anthony, tireman C. P. R. E. 

Hall Augustus, carpenter, res 661 Ninth 

Hall Benjamin, assistant postmaster and money order clerk, 
res 504 Fifteenth 

Hall Benjamin, carpenter, res 1431 Filbert 



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250 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hall Carrie M. Miss, res 2071 Webster 

Hall Charles V., city agent Home Mutual Insurance Co., 
924 Broadway, res 1419 Fifteenth 

Hall Edward L., collector Home Mutual Insurance Co. (S. 
F.) res 602- East 14th 

Hall Edward M., mining (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 

Hall Elizabeth, widow, res 1412 Seventeenth 

Hall Frank M., clerk (S. F.) res 161 Seventh 

Hall Frank T., painter and whitener, 362 Thirteenth, res 
1256 Alice 

Hall George, res 1467 San Pablo av 

Hall Hannah, widow, res 666 Twenty-sixth 

Hall Henrv C, foreman Frederick M. Farwell,res 373 Eighth 

Hall Hubbard E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1607 Tele- 
graph av 

Hall Isaac, carpenter, res 1208 Adeline 

Hall Isaac K. (Hall & Co.) res 364^ Thirteenth 

HallJacob A., railroadman, res 727 Chester 

Hall John, laborer, res 366 Second 

Hall John T., druggist J.W.Warboys, res 1451 San Pablo av 

Hall J. W. (E. H. Hyde & Co.) res 619 Nineteenth 

Hall Lizzie Miss, res 1120 Washington 

Hall L. M. Mrs., proofreader Pacific Press, res cor Central 
av and Castro 

HALL OF RECORDS, E s Broadway bet Fourth and Fifth 

Hall Eichard B., detective (S. F.) res 161 Seventh 

HALL SAMUEL P., deputy District Attorney, office SE 
cor Ninth and Broadway, res 1220 Union 

Hall Thomas W^., dentist, NE cor Broadway and Central av, 
rooms 11-12, res 816 Thirty-fourth 

Hall William, carpenter, res 842 Twenty-ninth 

Hall William M., proprietor Charter Oak Hotel, 1765 Sev- 
enth 

Hallahan Andrew, barber, 844 Broadway, res 467 Tenth 

Hallahan Florence, merchant tailor, 620 East Central av 

Hallahan James, cook Palace Restaurant, res Golden Star 
Hotel 

Hallahan John, laborer City Marshal, res 529 Third 
Hallahan Mary Miss, dressmaker, 620 East Central av 

Hallahan Michael, guard State Prison (San Quentin) res 529 

Third 
Hallahan Patrick, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hallahan Thomas, proprietor Palace Restaurant, 968 Broad- 
way, res 474 Eighth 
Hallahan Thomas F., driver Relief Hook and Ladder Co. 
No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, res 466 Sixth, rear 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 251 

Hallahan Timothy, milker Sterry Walker, res Pleasant Val- 
ley Eanch 
Hallaran Margaret, widow, res 1537 Curtis 
Haller & Nolan (John Haller and Dennis Nolan) blacksmiths 
and horseshoers, N s Sixth bet Broadway and Franklin 
Haller John (Haller & Nolan) res 460 Eighth 
HALLETT, BARTLETT & DALTON (George H. Hallett, 
Pliny Baitlett and P. E. Dalton) proprietors Contra 
Costa Laundry Association, SW cor Fourteenth and 
Kirkham, office 867 Broadway 
Hallett George H. (Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton) res S. F. 
Hallett John E., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Halliday David, res 1091 Third 
Halliday William, solicitor, res 1097 Third 
Halliden Dennis, hostler Dexter Stable, res N s Spring nr 

Adeline, Temescai 
Halloran Edward, laborer, res nr San Pablo av Station 
Halloran Maggie O., domestic W. W. Camron 
Halloran Martin, laborer, res 6 Pearson 
Halloran Maurice, laborer, res 732 Chester 
Halloran Michael, shoemaker, shop and res 1710 Seventh 
Hainan Richard, teamster Oakland Gas Light Co., res Ala- 
meda 
Halsted James M., sewing machines, 1015 Broadway, res 

1312 Myrtle 
Halsted K. K. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 1015 Broad- 
way, res 1312 Myrtle 
Haltom Elijah J., laborer, res 1810 Taylor 
Halvorsen John, shipcarpenter, res 1226 Thirtieth 
Ham James H. Mrs., res 1012 Third 
Hama John, servant E. F. Bunnell, 1955 Telegraph av 
Hamann August, butcher Rice & White, res 1057 Webster 
Hamb William J., laborer, res S s Thirtieth bet San Pablo 

av and West 
Hambletonian Stables, Robert Woodside proprietor, 1688 

Telegraph av 
Hambey Andrew, carpenter, res 1743 Filbert 
Hambey George W., carpenter, res 1739 Adeline 
Hambey John W. , carpenter, res 1739 Adeline 
Hambey Joseph, res 1745 Filbert 
Hambey Richard, carpenter, res 1747 Filbert 
Hambey William, carpenter, res 1747 Filbert 
Hambly Annie, domestic T. B. Simpson, 1625 Telegraph av 
Hamer Solomon S., teamster Henry C. Clark, res Alameda 
Hamilton Ada Miss, teacher, res 760 Eleventh 
Hamilton E. Mrs., res 604 Fourteenth 



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252 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hamilton Frank, carpenter C. P. K. R., res 1514 Seventh 
Hamilton Fred., architect (S. F.) res SE cor Fifth av and 

East 10th 
Hamilton John C, harnessmaker Edward Fitzpatrick, res 

681 East Central av 
Hamilton Lauren tin Rev. Dr., pastor Independent Church, 

res 1165 Jackson 
Hamilton Mary J., domestic Morgan S. Hurd, 534 Syca- 
more 
Hamilton Napier, carpenter (S. F.) res 1573 Seventh 
HAMILTON NOBLE, attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, room 

25, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton William B., clerk Noble Hamilton, res 1271 

Jackson 
Hamilton William S., machinist C. P. R. R., res Berkeley 
Hamilton William H., cardriver Oakland RR. Co., res E s 

San Pablo av nr Forty-first, Temescal 
Hamilton William H. H., res 1325 Sixteenth av 
HAMILTON WILLIAM T., undertaker and coroner Ala- 
meda County, 1112 Broadway, res 1116 Broadway 
Hamm Frank, traveling agent (S. F.) res 1011 Wood 
Hammer John*F., salesman (S. F.) res 1503 Central av 
Hammer Marcus C, glazier Phelps, Murphy & Co., res 653 

Seventh 
Hammers Dietrich, harnessmaker, 621 East Central av, rear 
Hammerschmidt August, painter, res 521 Eighteenth 
Hammerschmidt Edmund, clerk (S. F.) res 521 Eighteenth 
Hammon W. P., mining, res W^insor House 
Hammond Daniel P., insurance agent (S. F.) res Centen- 
nial House 
Hammond Horace A., fireman C. P. R. R., res 5 Pearson's 

Row 
Hammond J. H., res 586 Tenth 
Hammond Mary Mrs., res Winsor House 
Hammond Warren, farmer, res Lake Shore av nr Indian 

Gulch 
Hammonds Abraham, shipwright C. P. R. R., res Alameda 
Hampel Conrad F., bakery, 761 East Central av 
Hampel Frederick C, wagonmaker Henry F. Hampel, res 

W s Thirteenth av nr East 30th 
Hampel Henry., carriage manufacturer, 801-803 East 14th, 

res 1120 Sixteenth av 
Hampel Henry F., blacksmith and wagonmaker, 1414 Broad- 
way, res W s Thirteenth av nr East 30th 
HAMPTON J. & CO. [John and James Hampton) hay, grain, 
wood ar^d coal, NE cor Telegraph av and Twenty-second 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 253 

Hampton James (J. Hampton & Co.) res 1600 Telegraph av 
Hampton Jolin (J. Hampton & Co.) res 1608 Telegraph av 
Hampton William G., plumber and extraman Engine Co. 

No. 3, Oakland Fire Department, res 1669 Eighth 
Hampton Wilson, plumber James F. Vane, res 16. Seventh 
Hanavan Bridget, widow, res 1565 West 
Hanavan John P., butcher, 1563 West, res 1561 West 
Hanavan Philip, machine hand C. P. E. E., res 1943 Myrtle 
Hanavan Thomas, machine hand C. P. E. E., res S. F. 
Hancock Martha A., widow, res 1326 Eighth av 
Hand Mary, domestic Benjamin H. Wyman, res 525 Delger 
Hand M. E. Mrs., teacher Cole School, res 654 Fourteenth 
Hand Patrick, hostler, res 1637 Myrtle 
Hand Patrick, laborer, res 525 Delger 
Hand W. H., lieutenant U. S. Eevenue Service, res 1319 

Grove 
Handley Martin, farmer, res 837 Clay 
Handlin Jesse, gardener George Eobins, Temescal 
Handlos George A. O., salesman William H. Nolan, res Win- 
ter's Hotel 
Handry J. Mrs., varieties, SE cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Handry James, plasterer, res SE cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Hands John, laborer, res 2303 Peralta 
Handy George W., physician, res 974 Sixteenth 
Handy Helen A. Miss, teacher Mills Seminary 
Handy E. A. Mrs., res SE cor Sau Pablo and Union avs, 

Temescal 
Handy William L., res SE cor San Pablo and Union avs, 

Temescal 
Haney A., contractor, res 457 Eighth 
Hanifin James J., workman U. S. Mint (S. F.) res Galindo 

Hotel 
HANIFIN JEREMIAH J., wines and liquors, NW cor 
Seventh and Broadway and SW cor Fourteenth and 
Broadway, res 1403 Grove 
Hanks J. G., private detective, res 625 Eighteenth 
Hanley Frank, gardener Q. A. Chase, res cor Division and 

Wood 
Hanley George, laborer, res 763 Twenty-first 
Hanley John, hack driver, res 313 Sixth 
Hanley Martin, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co., res cor Clay 

and Fifth 
Hanley Michael, liquors, 1507 Seventh 
Hanley Patrick, shoemaker (S. F.) res 763 Castro 
Hanley William, harness and saddlemaker, 1082 Four- 
teenth av 



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254 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hanlon James, boilermaker, res 907 Willow 

Hanlon John, cook, res E s Wood bet Atlantic and Pacific 

Hanlon Peter, whitener, res N s Forty-second nr Grove, 

Hanlj George T., grocer (S. F.) res 1711 Taylor 
Hanna James L., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1260 Market 
Hannaford Edward T., miller (S. F.) res 1019 Wood 
Hannah James E., contractor and builder, res 1120 Wash- 
ington 
Hannan James J., house and sign painter, E s Fourteenth 
av bet East 11th and East Central av, res East Oakland 
Hotel 
Hannan John, carpenter, res NE cor First and Magnolia 
Hannan John, fireman C. P. E. K., res 1709 Atlantic 
Hannan Joseph, clerk (S. F.) res 1467 Fifth 
Hannay Edward I., commission merchant (S. F.) res cor 

Twentieth and Telegraph av 
Hanneberry James, truckman, res 701 Sycamore 
Hannigan John P., boilermaker (S. F.) res 136 Hannah 
Hannigan James, gardener Joseph Hunt, res 1755 Twenty- 
first av 
Hannon Jane Miss, nurse H. P. Gregory, 586 Caledonia av 
Haurahan John, groceries and liquors, 229 Third 
Hansa Hotel, Herman Kirchner manager, 1725 Seventh 
Banschen Henry, fisherman, res 1823 Willow 
Hanscom C. Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

1262 Webster 
Hanscom John O, , commission merchant (S. F.) res 12G2 

Webster 
Hansen Albert, watchmaker and jeweler, 620 East Central av 
Hansen Andrew, seaman, res 115 Hannah 
Hansen Andrew P., chicken ranch, Prj«ars Lane nr Vernon 

av, Claremont 
Hansen Annie B. Miss, res 1215 Twentieth av 
Hansen Asmus H., wines and liquors, wholesale and retail, 

SW cor Wood and Goss, res 1766 Goss 
Hansen Charles, dyer Charles Renter, res Eureka Hotel 
Hansen Christ, coachman Horace H. Watson 
Hansen Christopher, dairy, Pryal's Lane nr Vernon av, 

Claremont 
Hansen Henry D., teamster Daniel Foster, res Overland 

House 
Hansen Jefferson, gardener I. W. Knox, 534 Knox pi 
Hansen Kate, domestic 266 East Central av 
Hansen Mary, domestic Francis Blake, 1867 Telegraph av • 
Hansen Otto P., tailor, 363 Central av, res 211 Haven 



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OAKLAND [ 2 ] DIRECTORY. 255 

Hansen Rudolph, jeweler Albert Hansen, res 620 East Cen- 
tral av 

Hansen Theodore, saloon, NE cor Tenth and Franklin, res 
374 Tenth 

Hansen's Hall, SW cor Wood and Goss 

Hansey Charles, coachman E. M. Derby, res S s East 14th, 
Fruit Vale 

Hansej Sam uel, engineer C. P. R. R., res 867 Campbell 

"\ >- domestic 1053 East 14th 

'anson Clarence S., carpenter and builder, res 615 Tenth 

Hanson Dewitt, conductor C. P. R. R., res Seventh Street 
House 

Hanson Eli, ship carpenter, res 822 Magnolia 

Hanson James W., foreman C. P.R. R., res 1832 Seventh 

Hanson Peter, coachman, res 1640 Telegraph av 

Hanson Peter, farm hand C. N. Tharsing, res W s High nr 
Old County Road 

Hanson Rasmus E., master mariner, res 1265 Cypress 

Hanson Richard, cook Alexander Campbell, res 1054 Broad- 
way 

Hanson Thomas N., barkeeper John Terney, res 711 Brush 

Hanush Joseph H., harnessmaker Marston & Palmer, res 
Winter's Hotel 

Hanzo August, cook, res 867 Cedar 

Happall Fortunal, laborer, res St. Louis House 

Haraher Mary, widow, res 1319 Central av 

Harboe Christian, carriage painter F. Sicotte, res 1462 
Thirteenth 

Harbourne & Cassin (James F. Harbourne and John Cas- 
sin) proprietors Bay View, SE cor Telegraph and First 
avs, Temescal 

Harbourne Henry, res S s Moss av nr Telegraph av 

Harbourne James F. (Harbourne & Cassin) SE cor Tele- 
graph and First avs, Temescal 

HARD ROSWELL B., collector, office 468 Eighth, res 557 
Eighth 

Hard Roswell B. Jr., student Oakland Business College, res 
557 Eighth 

Harden Frank B. (Miller Sc Harden) res 829 Fourteenth 

Hardeubergh Charles P., plumber and gasfitter, res 120 
East Fourteenth 

Hardeubergh James R., president California Electric Light 
Co. (S. F.) res 120 East Fourteenth 

Hardeubergh Sarah Mrs., res 919 Jefferson 

Hardin Frank B., druggist, res 829 Fourteenth 

Hardin John B., miner, res 829 Fourteenth 



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256 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Harding August, res 416 Tenth 

Harding August Jr., student assistant in chemistry Univers- 
ity, res 416 Tenth 

Harding Franz, cigars and tobacco, 1808 Seventh 

Harding Matthew, gardener George Wallace, 1034 Adeline 

Harding Keinhardt T., student University, res 416 Tenth 

Harding Thomas, bootblack, res 1106 Alice 

Hardis Samuel, foreman painter C. P. E. R. 

Hardwick Edward P., master mariner, res Ws San Pablo av 
nr Dwight Way 

Hardy Adelaide Miss, teacher, res 972 Chester 

Hardy Charles G., salesman W. B. Hardy, res 1383 Franklin 

Hardy Daniel, mining, res 957 Campbell 

Hardy Harry D., student, res 957 Campbell 

Hardy Irene Miss, teacher High School, res 972 Chester 

Hardy Lowell J., res 715 Market 

Hardy M. M. Mrs. , teacher private school, res 665 Eleventh 

Hardy Thomas, horseshoer Truman H. Allen, res S. F. 

Hardy W. Frank, res 1383 Franklin 

HARDY WTTiTJAM B., books, stationery and periodicals, 
and agent Oakland City Directory, 959 Broadway, res 
1383 Franklin 

Harfst Herman, ship carpenter, res 764 Willow 

Hargart Harry, hostler, res 963 Franklin 

Hargreaves Maggie, domestic D. M. Henderson, 698 Thirty- 
fifth 

Harington Henry, brewer, S s Powell nr San Pablo Avenue 
Station 

Harjes Fred, clerk S. Caro, res 862 Chester 

Harker Mifflin, res S s East Fourteenth, Fruit Vale 

Harkins John, peddler, res 805 Ileniy 

Harland Michael, teamster Weston & Welch, res Fourth bet 
Alice and Jackson 

Harley Michael F., carpenter C. P. R. E., res 714 Third 

Harley Milton, printer, res 714 Third 

Harley Eichard, pressman Tribune Publishing Co., res 714 
Third 

Harlow Charles A., clerk Peter Baker, res 362 Fifth 

Harlow Edward, fireman C. P. E. E., res NW cor Twelfth 
av and East 11th 

Harlow Elmer, S s Second av nr College av 

Harlow Eobert, farmer, res N s Vernon av nr College av 

Harlow William S., under sheriff, office Court House, room 
8, res 841 Webster 

Harmon A. & Co. (A. Harmon and M. W. Wood) furniture 
3 I and carpets, 1178 Broadway 

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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 257 ^ 

Harmon Albion K. P., mining (S. F.) res 1568 Webster 

HARMON ALBION K. P. Jr., secretary Tribune Publish- 
ing Co., res 1568 Webster 

Harmon E. D., real estate, res N s Woolsey nr Alcatraz av, 
Temescal 

Harmon John B., attornej-at-law (S. F.) res 1325 Jackson 

Harmon Kichard E., liquor saloon, 800 Franklin 

Harmon William H., collector W. K. Thomas, res Capitol 
Hotel 

Harms Ida Miss, res 1964 San Pablo av 

Harney James, expressman, res N s Alcatraz av nr Paradise 

Harney William J., fruit and produce (S. F.) res S s Forty- 
fifth nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Harper & Co"s Oakland and S. F. Express, Burrell & Gifford 
agents, 1052 Broadway, and 313 East (S. F.) 

Harper Charles A. (G. W. Anderson & Co.) res Pine nr 
Seventh 

Harper Charles J., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 

Harper John, gardener, res 707 Harrison 

Harrel Alfred, teamster, res 1690 Broadway 

Harrel Mollie Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1690 Broad- 
way 

Harrell Jasper (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) res Nevada 

Harrigan John, employee C.P.K.R., res Eailroad Exchange 

Harrington Charles F., painter, res 836 Franklin 

Harrington George, canvasser, res 765 Grove 

Harrington George, lumber manufacturer (S. F.) res 328 
East 14th 

Harrington John (Larkin & Harrington) res SW cor Tele- 
graph av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Harrington Mary A., widow, res 807 Isabella 

Harrington Moses, helper C. P. B. R. 

Harrington Phineas, res NW cor San Pablo av and Twenty- 
sixth 

Harrington Timothy, laborer, res 755 Market 

Harrington William T., physician, res 1326 Tenth av 

Harrington — ■, brickmasou, res 527 Seventh 

Harrington — Mrs., jauitress Durant School 

Harris Alfred, porter, res 1811 Grove 

Harris Brothers (Jacob and Joseph Harris) clothing and 
gents' furnishing goods, 915 Broadway 

Harris Edwin (Pool & Harris, S. F.) res 829 Oak 

Harris Harry A., gasfitter (S. F.) res 1164 Peralta 

Harris Isaiah, calker, res 1004 Third 

Harris Jacob (Harris Bros.) res 214 Central av 

Harris Jacob, fancy goods, store and res 1317 San Pablo av 



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Harris John, cook Kelsey House 

Harris John A., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1614 Eleventh av 

Harris John N., clerk (S. F ) res 34 Hannah 

Harris John N., shipcarpenter, res 1468 Third 

Harris Joseph (Harris Bros.) res 214 Central av 

Harris Joseph, cook, res 650 East 14th 

Harris Joseph, seaman, res 825 Magnolia 

Harris Louis, res 809 Franklin 

Harris Minnie Miss, dressmaker John F. "Wood, res 825 

Magnolia 
Harris Mumford, whitener, res 1811 Grove 
Harris Sabin, farmer, res SE cor Central av and Harrison 
Harris Stephen D., mining, res 404 East 10th 
Harris William, watchman Pacific Press, res cor Central av 

and Castro 
Harrison Augustus, clerk, res Winsor House 
Harrison B. S. Mrs., res W s College av nr Third av 
Horrison Charles H., pilot, res SE cor Seventh and Center 
Harrison Emma S. Miss, res W s College av nr Third av 
Harrison Frances S. Mrs., res S s Claremont av nr Avon 
Harrison George W. , clerk Peter Baker and extraman Felton 

Engine Co. No. 2, Oakland Fire Department, res 362 

Fifth 
Harrison George "W., telegraph operator C. P. E. E., res 

1710 Nineteenth av 
Harrison Joseph A., porter C. P. E. E., res 808 Clay 
Harrison Mary L., widow, res 1710 Nineteenth av 
Harrison Moses B., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 2207 West 
Harrison Eobert J., liquor dealer (S. F.) res 616 Third 
Harrison Street School, Miss Harriet M. Mullen principal, 

NE cor Sixth and Harrison 
Harrison Thomas G., salesman F. B. Miller & Co., res Win- 
sor House 
Harrison William P., publisher Hotel Gazette (S. F.) res 

351 Seventh av 
Harrod Joseph A., porter C. P. E. E., res 1631 Myrtle 
Harrold Mary Miss, res 558 Delger 
Harrub Walter B. (Eureka, Nevada, Water Works) res NW 

cor East 14th and Julia 
Hart Albert J., agent Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines 

(S. F.) res 665 Webster 
Hart Frank V., wood carver, res 1269 Cypress 
Hart George, teamster, res N s Twentieth nr Grove 
Hart Henry W., clerk Berkeley Ferry, res E s San Pablo av 

nr Eailroad crossing, Temescal 
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Hart Mary Ann Mrs., cook Capital House, res 552 Broadway 

Hart Patrick, laborer C. P. K. R., res 1864 William 

Hart Ricliard, laborer (S. P.) res 1327 East 17tli 

Hart William, packer (S. P.) res 823 Henry 

Hartford Pire Insurance Co., W^alker & Strong agents, 457 

Central av 
Hartigan Bridget, domestic Joshua Barker, 462 Prospect 
Hartland Mary A., widow, res 1366 Thirteenth av 
Hartman Henry, ship carpenter C. P. R. R., res 801 Henry 
Hartman House, Max Hartman proprietor, 462 Ninth 
Hartman John, calker C. P. R. R. 
Hartman Max, proprietor Hartman House, 462 Ninth 
Hartmann Amelia, widow, res 61 Valley 
Hartnett Joseph, res 2253 Adeline 
Harty Morris, laborer, res 822 Twenty-first 
Harty Robert, car repairer C. P. R. R., res Charter Oak Hotel 
Hartz John, employee C. P. R. R., res Railroad Exchange 
Harvey Charles D., manufacturer house heating apparatus, 

res 1227 Eleventh av 
Harvey Edward, manufacturer shoe trimmings, res SE cor 

Central av and Adeline 
Harvey LeRoy G., bank secretary (S. P.) res 1128 Filbert 
Harvey Rebecca Mrs., clerk H. C. Taft & Co., res cor Du- 

rant and Webster 
Harvey W. Mrs., res 556 Delger 
Harvey William, farmer, res 1655 Lincoln 
Harwood & Lamp (Henry E. Harwood and Chris. W. Lamp) 

dairy. Redwood av, Fruit Vale 
Harwood Henry E. (Harwood & Lamp) res E s Redwood av, 

Fruit Vale 
Harwood William, wharfinger City Wharf, foot of Webster, 

res 272 Fourth 
Harwood William D., editor Oakland Daily Times, res 272 

Fourth 
Hashbrinck Abraham, pedlar, res 213 Second 
Haskell Luella Mrs., res 807 Isabella 
Haskell Randolph K., contractor and builder, res 1461 

Broadway 
HASKELL S. N., president Pacific Press and president 

California Conference Seventh Day Advents, SW cor 

Castro and Central av 
Haskins Charles AV., yardman C. P. R. R., res 1372 Tenth 
Haslet John W., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 861 Campbell 
Hassard Henry H., reporter (S. F.) res 1108 East 22nd 
Hassard Richard, gardener Patrick E. Dalton, res 915 

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Hassell James J., clerk (S. F.) res SE cor Oak and Seventh 

Hassinger Samuel K., contractor and builder, res 611 Sev- 
enteenth 

Hast Edward S., accountant (S. F.) res 1270 Fourth av 

Hastings Frank, horsedealer, res San Leandro Koad nr Sem- 
inary av 

Hastings Joseph, fireman C. P. E. R., res 1212 Thir- 
teenth av 

HASWEIili FREDERICK B., notary public and secretary 
The Central Land Co., office 924 Broadway, res 576 
Thirty-fourth 

Haswell William P., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 823 Thirty- 
third 

Hatch Asa D., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1064 Four- 
teenth 

Hatch Charles E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1064 Four- 
teenth 

Hatch Edward S., teamster Asher Tyler, res East Oakland 

Hatch Ephraim L., boxmaker Eagle Box Factory 

Hatch Fred. A., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1064 
Fourteenth 

Hatch Jabez, bookkeeper E. Hook, res Centennial House 

Hatch Kate, widow, res Twenty-eighth nr Linden 

Hatch K. C, coachman William E. Miller, res 1277 Web- 
ster 

Hatch Theodore, commission merchant (S. F.) res W s 
Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 

Hatton Edward, barber, res 719 Fourth 

Haug Gustav A., machinist, res 1405 Eighteenth 

HAUSCHUiDT HENRY, boots and shoes, 1057 Broadway, 
res 714 Eighteenth 

HAUSER D. & CO. (David Hauser and L. M. Ott) import- 
ers and dealers fancy goods, childrens carriages, crock- 
ery, glass and plated ware, 1153 Broadway 

Hauser David (D. Hauser & Co.) res S, F. 

Havaran Delia, domestic, 2207 Adeline 

HAVEN CHARLES D., secretary Union Insurance Co. (S. 
F.) res Eighth opp Chestnut 

Haven James M., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res NW cor Dun- 
can and Union, Lynn 

Havens Albert W., secretary Con. Virginia M. Co. (S. F.) 
res E s Vernon nr Lee 

Havens Charles D., broker (S. F.) res 1353 Webster 

Havens Frank C, stockbroker (S. F.) res E s Vernon nr 
Lee 

Havens H. H., U. S. storekeeper (S. F.) res Blake House 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 261 

Havens John F., Court Commissioner Superior Court, Ala- 
meda County, chambers Court House, second floor, res 
616 Fifteenth 
Havens Eoscoe, student University 
Havey Hugh, laborer, res 674 Twenty-sixth 
H avion James, blacksmith, res N s Forty-second nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Hawes Benjamin C, insurance agent (S. F.) res NW cor 

Clay and Thirteenth 
Hawes George H., type writer (S. F.) res E s Chestnut nr 

Tenth 
Hawes Hettie, domestic 318 East 17th 

Hawes Jacob, pedler, res Alley bet Eighteenth and Nine- 
teenth avs 
Hawes Leavitt M., plasterer, res 1409 Franklin 
Hawes Madison, printer, res NW cor East 14th and Twen- 
tieth av 
Hawes Oliver, insurance agent (S. F.) res 1119 Franklin 
Kawkes Eobert H., purifier Oakland Gas Light Co., res SE 

cor Second and Grove 
Hawkett Arthur W., miner, res 1664 Chase 
Hawkett William G., copyist County Kecorder's office, res 

1664 Chase 
Hawkins Hiram E., laborer, res 663 Broadway 
Hawkins L. S., butcher, res 928 Thirty-fourth 
Hawkins M. E. Mrs., teacher Prescott School, res 1779 Goss 
Hawkins Thomas, blacksmith, res 1115 Willow 
Hawkins Walter L., real estate (S. F.) res 1779 Goss 
Hawley Calvin H., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1669 Seward 
Hawley Charles J., grocer (S. F.) res 1118 Seventh av 
Hawley Elizabeth Miss, res S s Linden bet Telegraph av 

av and Broadway, Temescal 
Hawley George M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res N s Prospect av 

nr Broadway 
Hawley George T. (Marcus C. Hawley & Co., S. F.) res 

Prospect nr Broadway 
Hawley Jacob C, lumber merchant (S. F.) res 522 Knox pi 
Hawley Levi H., entry clerk (S. F.) res 2100 Telegraph av 
Hawley Mary A., student University 
Hawley William M., clerk (S. F.) res 1302 Twelfth av 
Hawthorne Joseph E., sewing machine agent, res 1080 East 

22nd 
Hawxhurst Franklin, with Eoyal Soap Works, res 616 East 

22nd 
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262 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hay Harriet, widow, res 259 Eighth 

Hay Harry M. (Hay& Co.) res 755 Webster 

Hayden James, laborer, res 1120 Third 

Hayden William O., master mariner, res SE cor Forty-first 

and Adeline, Temescal 
Hayes A. Mrs., employment office, 415 Thirteenth, res 1520 

Broadway 
Hayes, Carrick & Co. (Henry Hayes, David S. Carrick, 
Frank Hostetter and Lafayette Brooks) wholesale butch- 
ers, 655 East Central av and Butchertown 
Hayes Charles D., merchant, res NW cor Brooklyn and 

Watson 
Hayes Charles E., student University 
Hayes Daniel E., merchant (S. F.) res 923 Linden 
Hayes Emma, carpet sewer Chris. Schreiber, res 1520 Broad- 
way 
Hayes Henry (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res Union Hotel 
Hayes Henry P., painter, res 1520 Broadway 
Hayes John, marble polisher, res 1510 Third 
Hayes John B., practical gardener, res 1520 Broadway 
Hayes John F., clerk, res 1520 Broadway 
Hayes John H., Assessor's office (S. F.) res 1722 Twenty- 
first av 
Hayes John W., salesman Charles L. Taylor, res Alameda 
Hayes Joseph M., car repairer C P. R. R., res 1005 Third 
Hayes Michael, groceries and liquors, 769 Market 
Haj'^es Patrick, gardener, res SW cor Adeline and Twenty- 
eighth 
Hayes Patrick, liquor saloon, 720 Broadway 
Hayes Thomas R., harness and saddlery (S. F.) res 956 

Myrtle 
Hayles Henry, watchman C P. R. R. 
Hayn R., res 757 Grove 
Haynes Abigal, widow, res 403 East 14th 
Haynes Benjamin, real estate, res 1477 Sixth av 
Haynes E. N., boatman Lake Merritt Boat House, Central 

av, on Lake Merritt 
Haynes Hiram, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R.. res 1820 Atlantic 
Haynes William, laundryman Contra Coota Laundry 
Haynie William M., wharfinger (S. F.) res 519 Seven- 
teenth 
HAYS, BLOW & CO. (Col. J. C. Hays, W. W. Blow and 
J. C. Hays, Jr.) real estate, loans, insurance, etc., 483 
Seventh SE cor Washington 
Hays John Cofiee Col. (Hayes, Blow & Co.) res County 
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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 263 

Hays John C. Jr. (Hays, Blow & Co.) res County Road, 

Hays Valley 
Hazeltine William I., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1321 Eighth 
Hazelton George W., res E s Seminary av nr Mills' Seminary 
Head John H., civil engineer, res 800 Brush 
Headley Madison E., carriage painter Sohst Bros., res 1802 

Grove 
Heald Allen, real estate, res 1120 Ninth av 
Heald Frederick S., carpenter, res 1120 Ninth av 
Health Inspector, T. J. Jenkins, City Hall 
Health Officer, E. H. Woolsey, M. D., City Hall 
Healy Daniel, laborer, res 1018 Third 
Healy James, hostler, res 736 Linden 
Healy Jesse, mining, res 1012 Clay 
Healy John, caulker C. P. R. R., res 1830 William 
Healy John H., medical student, res 1012 Clay 
Healy Joseph W., mining, res 1012 Clay 
Healy Joseph W. Jr., student Oakland Business College 
Healy Maurice J., merchant tailor, 1056 Broadway, res 861 

Harrison 
Healy Patrick, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1785 William 
Healy Patrick, coachman George H. Wheaton, res 154 Lake 
Healy Patrick, groceries and liquors, 701 Adeline 
Healy Stephen, laborer, res 1173 Third 
Heany Ann, widow, res 711 Sixth 
Heasey S., engineer C. P. R. R. 

Heath Fred B., res N s Birch bet Telegraph av and Broad- 
way, Temescal 
Heath James A., ship chandler (S. F.) res 820 Fifteenth 
Heath V., teacher Tompkins Grammar School 
Heaton Mary C. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1224 

Franklin 
Heaton W., insurance agent, res 1224 Franklin 
Heaton Warren D., farmer, res 1225 Webster 
Hebberd Asa W., carpenter, res 1376 Ninth 
Hebberd Moses A., agent double acting door spring, res 

1376 Ninth 
Hecht Louisa, widow, res 676 Eighteenth 
Heckedorn George F., laborer, res E s Walsworth nr Pro- 
spect 
Hecket Henry, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1662 Atlantic 
Heckman Frank C, shoemaker, 855 Wood, res 5 Pearson 
Heckman Susan Mrs., res 5 Pearson 
Hedley John, laborer, res 1802 Grove 
Heenan Dennis, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Heenan Edward, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 



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264 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hefler Louis, law student (S. F.) res 1621 Thirteenth av 
Heflin Hiram M. (Lewis k Co.) res 665 Seventh 
Hefron S. M. Mrs., res 1057 Campbell 

Hefty M., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 806 Frank- 
lin 
Hegeman Louisa Mrs., res 558 Twentieth 
Hehemann Frank, driver (S. F.) res 881 Twenty-second 
Heidet Emil N. (Schwab, Heidet & Co.) res 1069 Twelfth 
Heiman David, salesman Edward Barnett, res 312 Fifth 
Heimmerle Frederick A., barber Henry Loud, res 1064 

Eleventh av 
Hein Maria Mrs., cigars, factory and res 1520 Seventh 
Heinds John, proprietor Heinds' Hotel (S.F.) res 1026 Fifth 
HEINE ADOUPH, groceries and liquors, windmill manu- 
facturer and wellborer, SW cor Eighth and Chester 
Heinold John M., liquor saloon, SE cor Frederick and San 

Pablo av 
Heinze August, upholsterer (S. F.) res 707 Broadway 
Heitman John, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res 1107 Twenty- 
second av 
Heitshu Samuel, clerk (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Held Ernest, barber and baths, 859 Franklin, res 359 Elev- 
enth 
Held George, barber, 418 Thirteenth, res 1576 Telegraph av 
Held George Jr., barber George Held, res 1576 Telegraph av 
Held John, bartender Justus Held, res 1226 Broadway 
Held Justus, liquor saloon, 1226 Broadway, res 1666 Tele- 
graph av 
Helmer William, undertaker W. W. McKenzie, res 408 

Eighth 
HELMKE & BRUNJE (Conrad Helmke and John A. 
Brunje) groceries and liquors, NW cor Broadway and 
Twenty-first 
Helmke Augusta, domestic 1110 Central av 
Helmke Charles, driver Washington Brewery, res NW cor 

Fifth and Kirkham 
Helmke Conrad (Helmke & Brunje) res NW cor Broadway 

and Twenty^first 
Hemenway Sylvester, res 485 Prospect 
Hemphill Charles F. , lather, res 759 Sixth 
Hemphill Charlotte Miss, dressmaker, res 759 Sixth 
Hemphill Henry, bricklayer, res 759 Sixth 
Hemphill Louis, baker J. A. Paul & Son, res 759 Sixth 
Hemphill Uriah, baker, res 759 Sixth 

Hempstead Billings, carpenter, res Three-Mile House, San 
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Hempstead W. C. F., homoeopathic physician, office and res 

800 Brush 
Hendei'shott William, butcher Hayes, Carrick & Co., res 

Butchertown 
HENDERSON & BONNE Y (Milton F. Henderson and 

Charles W. Bonney) wood, coal, coke and charcoal, 462 

Thirteenth 
Henderson Charles, bootblack, 470 Seventh, res Newland 

House 
Henderson Charles A., driver John C. Estey, res 1504 Broad- 
way 
Henderson Daniel D., carriage painter P. H. McGrew, res 

1661 Thirteenth 
Henderson David M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 698 Thirty-fifth 
Henderson George W., housemover, res 1663 Webster 
Henderson Hiram B., blacksmith, 1724 Seventh, res 1524 

Fifth 
Henderson H. P., shipcarpenter C. P. E. R. 
Henderson James, res 1812 Goss 
Henderson James, sign painter, res E s Mabel bet Wilder 

and Burnett, Temescal 
Henderson John E., engineer C. P. R. R., res 941 Campbell 
Henderson John H., agent Renton Coal Co., 483 Ninth, res 

767 Alice 
Henderson Josiah, housemover, res 1663 Webster 
Henderson Mary J., dressmaker, res 958 Seventh 
Henderson Milton F. (Henderson & Bonney) res 462 Thir- 
teenth 
Henderson S. A. Mrs., res Tubbs Hotel 
Henderson Sandy A., blacksmith Henrj F. Hampel, res 1663 

Webster 
Henderson Thomas H., secretary (S. F.) res 767 Alice 
Henderson Thomas N., pattern maker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 
Henderson William, seaman, res 248 Ettie 
Hendrickson Hans, gardener Bela Wellman, res S s East 

14th, Fruit Vale 
Hendrix Hanly, res 578 Thirty-fifth 
Hendrix John F., horseshoer T. D. Weymouth, res 578 

Thirty-fifth 
Hendry R. Mrs., dressmaker, 1116 Broadway 
Heney Richard (William J. Heney & Co.) res S. F. 
Heney S. Mrs., janitress Grove Street School 
Heney Timothy, employee C. P. R. R., res 1778 Atlantic 
Heney William J. (William J. Heney & Co.) res S. F. 
Heney William J. & Co. (William J. and Richard Heney) 

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266 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Henk D. M., teamster Asher Tyler, res Union Hotel 
Henken J. Fred., wines and liquors, 901 East 14th 
Henn John H., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1951 Grove 
Henneberry James, teamster, res 701 Sycamore 
Henneberry Thomas, iron molder (S. F.) res 1260 Center 
Hennell Abbie M., widow, res 955 Fifth av 
Henner Joseph A., policeman, res 738 Linden 
Hennessy James, res 1820 Goss 
Hennessy Margaret Miss, res 517 Ninth 
Hennessy Maurice, currier (S. F.) res 1820 Goss 
Hennessy Thomas, plumber W. W. Montague & Co., res 702 

Brush 
Hennessy "William, carpenter C. P. R. R., res Centennial 

House 
Hennicker Nicholas, porter (S. F.) res 412 Twenty-sixth 
Hennig Frederick N., gardener James Hutchison, res 484 

Twenty-sixth 
Henning John B., carpenter, res 1020 Willow 
Henninger Frederick, shoemaker, 1309 San Pablo av 
Hennings Martin A., clerk (S. F.) res 1652 Fourteenth 
Henniugs Robert, pressman (S. F.) res NW cor Fourteenth 

and Campbell 
Henon Charles W., bricklayer, res 819 Twenty-second 
HENRY ASHMAN C, president Union National Bank, SE 

cor Ninth and Broadway, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry Charles, groceries, tobacco and cigars, SE cor Alice 

and Eighth 
Henry Frank, mining, res Union Hotel 
Henry George, deputy assessor Oakland Township 
Henry George, flagman C. P. R. R., res 211 Fourth 
Henry George S., clerk, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry John G., flagman C. P. R. R., res 211 Fourth 
Henry Joseph, waiter Hausa Hotel 
Henry Mary, domestic P. W. Butler, res W s Webster nr 

Broadway 
Henshaw Edward T., bookkeeper Taylor & Co., res 941 

Myrtle 
Henshaw Edwin T., clerk (S. F.) res 941 Myrtle 
Henshaw Frederick W., law student (S. F.) res 941 Myrtle 
Henshaw Sarah E. Mrs., res 741 Myrtle 
Henshaw William G., bookkeeper Woodward & Taggart, res 

941 Myrtle 
Hensler Annie B. Mrs. widow, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Hensler Lizzie Miss, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
[lensler Mary B. Miss, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Hensley John H., carpenter, res Tremont House 



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Henton Griffith, carpenter, res E s Telegraph av nr "Weston 

av 
Henton Henrietta Miss, seamstress, res E s Telegraph av nr 

Weston av 
Hentz Leon, waiter M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Hepburn A. Mortimer, clerk (S. F.) res 817 Brush 
Hepburn Andrew, clerk Mint (S. F.) res 817 Brush 
Hepburn Peter, res 817 Brush 
Hepburn Ward A., commission merchant (S. F.) res 859 

Castro 
Herbert Theodore, cigarmaker Phillip Conradi, res Union 

Hotel, East Oakland 
Herbst August, carpenter, res E s San Pablo av nr Temes- 

cal Creek, Temescal 
Herd John, res 490 Merrimac 

Heredia Edward, laundryraan Contra Costa Laundry 
Herget Emil W. (E. W. Herget & Co.) res 813 Seventeenth 
Herget E. W. & Co. (Emil W. Herget) gunsmiths, lock- 
smiths and bellhangers, 419 Tenth 
Herget William, mechanic, res 813 Seventeenth 
Herlihy Dennis, bottler (S. F.) res 712 Linden 
Herlihy Michael, coachman Bev. C T. Mills, res Seminary 

av 4 miles East of Brooklyn 
Herman Elias S., merchant, res 613 Tenth 
Herman Jacob, bookkeeper L. & A. Crocker, res 613 Tenth 
Herman Jacob S., clerk E. A Montgomery, res 833 Clay 
Herman John, harnessmaker James Lentell, res 313 Sixth 
Herman Otto, waiter Union Hotel 
Hermitage House, A. Philibert proprietor, NE cor Hopkins 

and Fruit Yale av 
Hermmers Joseph, harnessmaker, res AVinter's Hotel 
Heron Blair, gardener P. J. Keller & Co., res W s Webster 

nr Mountain View Cemetery 
HERON E. A., real estate and insurance agent, 422 Central 

av, res 418 Central av 
Herr Edward, driver Fashion Stables, res Bartlett House 
Herrera Sophia N. Miss, teacher Mills' Seminary 
Herrick Caddie E., widow, res 829 Myrtle 
Herrick Edward M., secretary Meigs' Lumber and Ship 

Bailding Co. (S. F.) res 490 Orchard 
Herrick Samuel W., machinist C. P. R.K., res 1829 William 
Herrick William A., clerk (S. F.) res NW cor Central av 

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Herrick William F., accountant (S. F.) res NW cor Central 

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268 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Herring Leonard, blacksmith, res 562 Fourth 
Herring William H., butcher, 351 Seventh 
Herriott George, engineer C. P. R.R., res 1027 Chester 
Hersey Anna, widow, res 473 Fourth 

Hersey Edgar A., 1st assistant engineer and hydrant inspec- 
tor Oakland Fire Department, res 473 Fourth 
Hershberg Henry, salesman M. H. Coffee, res 319 Sixth 
Hershberg Leon (Leon Hershberg & Co.) res 319 Sixth 
Hershberg Leon & Co. (Leon Hershberg, Isaac D. Rytten- 

berg and Isaac Newman) wholesale and retail dealers 

wines and liquors, 853 Washington 
Herten Frank, stockman Horatio P. Livermore, res cor 

Fourth av and McAdam 
Heslep Edward, painter and extraman Engine Co. No. 4, 

Oakland Fire Department, res S s East 14th bet Twelfth 

and Thirteenth avs 
Hess William, agent Philadelphia Steam Dyeing Works, 916 

Broadway, res N s Central av bet Clay and Jefferson 
Hesse Frederick G., professor industrial mechanics Univer- 
sity, res 801 Jackson 
Hessler John C, carpenter, res 1400 Central av 
Heuer A. & Co. (August Heuer and Cord Wetjen) market, 

NW cor Ninth and Webster 
Heuer August (A. Heuer & Co.) res 951 Webster 
Heuer Charles, gardener, 576 Eighth 
Heverin Patrick, contractor, res 862 Twenty-first 
Hewes Charles W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1971 Grove 
Hewes David, capitalist and member City Council, res 1218 

Oak 
Hewett Moses D., policeman, res 1014 Webster 
Hewitt D. W., calker C. P. R. R. 
Hewitt H. Mrs., res 662 Twenty-fourth 
Hewitt Robert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hewlett Joseph, architect, res 1212 West 
Hewlett Louis, dealer hay, grain and feed, 1328 Telegraph 

av and 1321 Broadway, res 1120 Filbert 
Hewson Robert, capitalist (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel 
Hey Lee (Chinese) laundry. East Central av bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth avs 
Heyer Bernard W., real estate, res 1616 Taylor 
Heyman Henry, teacher violin Morgan Conservatory of Music, 

res S. F. 
Hi Ung (Chinese) laundry, SW cor Fifth and Castro 
Hibbard Charles VV. (Roberts & Hibbard) res S. F. 
Hibernia Hall, 714 Broadway 
Hickethier E. B. Miss, res 259 Central av 



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HICKETHIER HUIiDA Mrs., confectionery, 416 Central 

av, res 259 Central av 
HICKETHIER RICHARD E., teacher music and languages, 

res 259 Central av 
Hickey & Dowling (Laurence F. Hickey and William E. 

Dowling) upholsterers and carpet beating, 361-363 

Thirteenth 
Hickey Andrew, upholsterer Hickey & Dowling, res 569 

Sixth 
Hickey Hannah Mrs., res N s Spring nr Adeline, Temescal 
Hickey Laurence F. (Hickey & Dowling) res 569 Sixth 
Hickey Patrick, laborer C. P. K. E., res 1258 Fifth av 
Hickling Thomas, carpenter (S. F.) res 1661 Second 
Hickman Harry E., brakeman, res 718 Peralta 
Hickmott Eobert, foreman J. Lusk & Co., res cor Merced 

and Telegraph av, Temescal 'L -^ , -f-, 

Hickok & Son (B. E. andC-T. Hickok) proprietors Oakland 

Citv Flouring Mill, S s Third bet Broadway and Frank- 
lin" 
Hickok Benjamin E. (Hickok & Son) res 1413 Grove 
Hickok Charles T. (Hickok & Son) res 1413 Grove 
Hickok J. H., freight clerk C. P.E.R., Oakland Wharf, res 

Vinzent Block 
Higby William, internal revenue collector (S. F.) res 1303 

Chestnut 
Higgins Bernard, daii-yman, res 823 Sixteenth 
Higgins Bridget, res 1447 Chestnut 
Higgins David K., teacher elocution, California College 

Building 
Higgins Dennis, laborer, -res 870 Lydia 
Higgins Johanna, widow, res 480 Hawthorne 
Higgins John, blacksmith Myron W. Allen, res Webster bet 

Eighth and Ninth 
Higgins John, carpenter, res 231 Ettie 
Higgins Lewis T., carpenter, res 1368 Fifteenth 
Higgins Mary, widow, res 1449 Chestnut 
Higgins Milton O., teacher elocution, California Medical 

College Building 
Higgins Eoger, laborer C. P. E. E., res 809 Willow 
Higgins William, laundryman Berkeley Laundry 
Higgins William L., stockbroker (S. F.) res Centennial 

House 
Higgs Elizabeth Mrs., bakery and confectionery, 1319 San 

Pablo av 
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270 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

High William H., mining, res 957 Eighth 

High William H. Jr., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 957 Eighth 

Higham Elijah, sewing machines (S. F.) res 668 Thirty-fifth 

Highland John, coachman 518 Thirteenth 

Hildebrand Henry, teacher, res S s Twenty-ninth av nj East 

Fourteenth 
Hildreth George W., conductor S. P. E. R., res 1258 Elev- 
enth av 
Hilkert John P., res 1003 Franklin 
Hill Alexander, coachman James Palache, N s Claremont av 

nr Russell, Claremont 
Hill Arthur B., wheat buyer (S. F.) res 1081 East 23rd 
Hill Catherine Mrs., groceries and liquors, 960 East 14th 
Hill Charles, res Seminary av nr Mills' Seminary 
Hill Christian C. master mariner, res 242 Ettie 
Hill E. S. Mrs., widow, res 363| Central av 
Hill Henry B., carpenter, res 1426 Eleventh 
HILL JAMES, chief engineer Oakland Fire Department, 

res 567 Seventh 
Hill John, miner, res 162 Second 
Hill John B., contractor, res 1905 Market 
Hill John W., porter C. P. R. R., res 909 Fifth 
Hill Lucy H., widow, res 1081 East 23rd 
Hill Mark T., shoemaker, res 162 Second 
Hill Ross L., porter, res 909 Fifth 
Hill Samuel, blacksmith, res 162 Second 
Hill Stephen, shoemaker, res 162 Second 
Hill Thomas, artist, res Seminary av nr Mills' Seminary 
Hill Thomas, blacksmith, res 162 Second 
Hill William, gardener, res N s Twentieth nr Grove 
Hillebrand Henry, res 1511 Broadway 
Hillebrand Louise Miss, private school, 1511 Broadway 
Hilliard Ezra M., salesman Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., res 1472 Seventh 
Hillier Theodore, blacksmith C. P. R. R., res 834 Cedar 
Hilling S. B. Mrs., widow, res 376 Durant 
Hilton Charles W., clerk City Marshal, res 559 Sixth 
Hilton Emma H. Miss, teacher Tompkins Grammar School, 

res 1019 Eighth 
Hilton Julia Mrs., assistant Fruit Vale School, res 582 East 

22nd 
Hilton M. A. Miss, dressmaker, res 1423 San Pablo av 
Hilton Stephen, principal Fruit Vale School, res 582 East 

22nd 
Hincheon John, machinist, res 555 Broadway 
Hinchman Charles, plumber, res 1054 Eleventh av 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 271 

Hinckley Daniel B., iron works (S. F.) res E s Fruit Vale 
av nr Hopkins 

Hinckley Elizabeth, Avidow, teacher Durant School, res 489 
Twenty-fourth 

Hinckley Henry G., clerk (S. F.) res E s Fruit Vale ay nr 
Hopkins 

Hinckley John, laborer, res 226 Center 

Hinckley Xehemiah N., carpenter, res 826 Magnolia 

Hindman E., res Galindo Hotel 

Hinds Alpheus L., proprietor Dexter Stables, 276 Central 
ay, res Sunnyside House 

Hinds Firman D., bookkeeper Oakland Planing Mills, res 
827 Castro 

Hines E. P., policeman, res 1413 Seyenteenth 

Hines John, res 515 East 14th 

Hines Martin, mining, res Chestnut nr Twenty-fifth 

Hines Michael, laborer, res 515 East 14th 

Hines Thomas, teamster George F. Crist, res 660 East 
15th 

Hink John F., merchant (S. F.) res 976 Chester 

Hinkle John M., physician (S. F.) res 1020 Adeline 

Hinkley Parker, secretary California Door Co., office 460 
Second, res 527 East 14th 

Hinman A. F., clerk Whitney & Co.'s Express, res Claren- 
don House 

Hinman Gertrude L. Miss, teacher music, res 1059 Clay 

Hinman Henry C, steamship agent (S. F.) res 1305 
Twelfth av 

Hinnigau Nannie, domestic William C. B. De Fremery, 
Prospect nr Broadway 

Hintou Clarence M., trayeling agent, res 555 Charter 

Hinz Carl, toolmaker (S. F.) res 1358 Eighth 

Hirsch Herman, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 2072 Market 

Hirschberg Leopold, laborer, res 1718 Filbert 

Hirschberg Morris, res 316 Ninth 

Hirschfeld F., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, res W s San 
Pablo av nr Forty-first 

Hirschbaum Sigmond, cigar dealer, res 1311 Harrison 

HIRSCHBERG & LAWSON (David S. Hirschberg and 
xllfred B. Lawsou) collectors and general business 
agents, 856 ±$roadway, rooms 9-10 

Hirschberg David S. (Hirschberg & Lawson) res 627 Four- 
teenth 

Hirschberg Dora Miss, res 627 Fourteentii 

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272 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hisgen Peter, bookbinder Pacific Press, res cor Twelfth and 

Castro 
Hitchcock Charles, machinist, res 808 Jefferson 
Hitchcock Chester, commission merchant, res W s Webster 

nr Broadway 
Hitchcock Henry E., contractor, res 1355 Franklin 
Hitchcock William Mrs., res 1312 Grove 
Hoadley John, laborer, res 887 Bay 
Hoag Albert B., clerk C. P. E. K., res Berkeley 
Hoag Don D., clerk Merriam & Co., res 565 Sixteenth 
Hoag Elizabeth J. Mrs., res 565 Sixteenth 
Hoag Jonathan, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 987 Campbell 
Hoarter George, waiter M. Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Hobart John A., proprietor Oakland Warehouse, NE cor 

Jefferson and First, res 1156 Broadway 
Hobart John E., lumber surveyor (S. F.) res 309 East Cen- 
tral av 
Hobart Joseph B., res 1005 East 24th 

Hobson — , laborer Oil Works (Alameda) res 652 Franklin 
Hochkofler Eudolph, consul Austro-Hungarian Empire (S. 

F.) res 1353 Webster 
Hochstetter Joseph, confectioner H. Hickethier, res 259 

Central av 
Hoctor James P., plasterer, res NW cor Third and Chester 
Hoctor Kate Mrs., liquor saloon, NW cor Third and Chester 
Hodgdon John, mining, res 1107 Tenth av 
Hodge Benjamin O., printer, res 2080 San Pablo av 
Hodges George, millwright (S. F.) res 1717 Lincoln 
Hodges L. Mrs., res 862 Chester 

Hodgkins Edward, special policeman, res 843 Twenty-ninth 
Hodgkins William, miner, res 308 Tenth 
Hodgkiss George, res 1208 Eighth 
Hodgkiss William J., carpenter, res 863 Center 
Hoebner Charles, speculator, res 802 Grove 
Hoefler L. M., clerk (S. F.) res 1621 Thirteenth av 
Hoey Mary, domestic S s East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Hoffelt Peter, shoemaker, 373 Second 

Hoffman Elizabeth E. Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 
Hoffman John, barber (S. F.) res 879 Cedar 
Hoffman Joseph H., salesman O'Toole & Co., res 572 Tenth 
Hoffman Louis, driver Felton Engine Co. No. 2 Oakland 

Fire Department, res 466 Sixth 
Hoffmann Joseph, furniture packer (S. F.)res 956 Campbell 
Hoffschneider William (J. Winterburn & Co., S. F.) res 

NW cor Union and County Eoad, Lynn 
Hofmann Adolphe, ore sampler (S. F.) res 567 Sixth 



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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 273 

Hogan Daniel, engineer C. P. E. R. 

Hogan Edv\-ard, laborer, res N s William bet San Pablo and 
Telegraph avs 

Hogan Edward W., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., res 211 
Fourth 

Hogan James T., milkman, res 764 Twenty -first 

Hogan Maria, widow, res 211 Fourth 

Hogan Mary, nurse, 822 East loth 

Hogan Michael, gardener, res 821 East 14th 

Hogan Michael, shoemaker, res 2046 Union 

Hogan Thomas G., rancher, res 1113 Filbert 

Hogarty James D., shoemaker, res 809 Broadway 

Hogarty Joseph B., veterinary surgeon, res 821 East 14th 

Hogg James, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 910 Peralta 

Hoguet George W., letter carrier Post Ofiice, res 804 Castro 

Hohf(?ld Edward, teacher music Mills' Seminary, res 618 
East l.^'th 

Holbrook C. H., res Kohler-Chase House 

Holcomb Atkinson, clerk, res SW cor Eleventh and Wash- 
ington 

Holcomb Charles N., with Holcomb Bros. (S. F.) res 624 
Central av 

Holcomb H. S., merchant (S. F.) res 624 Central av 

Holcomb Myron T., bookkeeper, res 859 Harrison 

Holcomb Myron T. Jr., bookkeeper Henry Schellhaas, res 
859 Harrison 

Holcomb Wesley B., res 114 Eleventh 

Holcomb William A., gi-ain merchant (S. F.) res 522 Seven- 
teenth 

Holden Edward, engineer (S. F.) res 1237 Linden 

Holden John, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av, Tem- 
escal 

Holderness Harold, merchant (S. F.) res 174 Tenth 

Holiday John M., res 415 East Central av 

Holland Abraham, porter, res 662 Fifth 

Holland Daniel D., res 954 Sixteenth 

Holland Dennis, special policeman, res 930 Franklin 

Holland Henry A., clerk, res 269 Sixth 

Holland James, res 812 Brush 

Holland John, laborer, res 764 Brush 

Holland John, teamster Louis Jaffe, res cor Twenty -first and 
Broadway 

Holland John C, plasterer, res 267 Sixth 

Holland Mary Mrs., laundress Oakland Ladies' Belief So- 
ciety Home, S s Linden bet Telegraph av and Broadway, 
Temescal 



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274 OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 

Holland Michael, capitalist, res 930 Franklin 

Holliday James K., carpenter, res 257 Second 

Holliday Joseph, carpenter, res 257 Second 

Holliday Peter K., captain stmr Alameda, Oakland Ferry, 

res 958 Clay 
Hollister George W., physician, res 947 Campbell 
Hollister H. F. Mrs., widow, res 1112 Alice 
Hollister Lottie M., student University, res 1112 Alice 
Hollmann Charles Mrs., widow, res 807 Castro 
Holloman E. W. Mrs., res 1562 Telegraph av 
Holloway William, painter, res 1109 Campbell 
Holman Frederick Seymour, clerk, res 167 Third 
Holmes Aaron Mrs., res 1015 Peralta 
Holmes Ahera, broker, res 1769 Seward 
Holmes Ann Mrs., variety store, 1911 San Pablo av 
Holmes Charles J. (John F. Snow & Co.) res S. F. 
Holmes E. J. Mrs., res 767 East Central av 
Holmes F. L., solicitor Pacific Press, res N s Thirty-eighth 

nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Holmes G. C, res 453 East 11th 
Holmes Isaac I., mining, res 962 Market 
Holmes James, fireman C. P. E. K., res 215 Ettie 
Holmes John C., compositor, res 920 Sixth av 
Holmes John E., carpenter, res 1911 San Pablo av 
Holmes John W., mining (S. F.) res 545 Thirty-fourth 
Holmes M. B. Mrs., res 528 Jones 

Holmes Melvin W., foreman Dexter Stable, res 673 Twenty- 
fifth 
Holmes Silas, clerk (S. F.) res 759 Eighth 
Holmes Silas M., mining (S. F.) res 759 Eighth 
Holmes Walter G., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 962 Market 
Holt Charles H., hardwood and lumber (S. F.) res 1154 Alice 
Holt Frederick S., salesman (S. F.) res 1376 Franklin 
Holt Isaac H., plasterer, res W s Lake av nr Chambers 
Holt Mary Mrs., res 536 Eighteenth 
Holton Newton A., fireman C. P. K. R. 
Holton E. E., carpenter, res N s Alcatraz av nr Calais, 

Temescal 
Holtslander J. J., engineer Enterprise Mills, res 701 Brush 
Holtz Louis F., liquors (S. F.) res 1001 Adeline 
Homager Henry, piano mover, res 1465 Fifth 
Homan C. E. Mrs., res 609 Tenth 
Homan Charles H., hostler Charles H. Sumner, res 256 

Eighth 
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OAKLAND [ H ] DIRECTORY. 275 

HOME INTERESTS (monthly) officers California Protect- 
ive Leagae publishers and proprietors, 924 Broadway 

HOME MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. (Alameda 
County Branch) R. H. Magill manager, 922-924 Broad- 

Home of the Ladies' Relief Society, S s Linden nr Broad- 
way, Temescal 

HOME SCHOOL, Miss H. N. Field principal, 1825 Tele- 
graph av 

Home Security Building and Loan Association, Joseph B. 
McChesney president, Charles K. Clark secretary, 
office 457 Ninth 

Hommerich Christian J., gunsmith (S. F.) res 721 Sixth 

Homoeopathic Dispensary, Mrs. Dr. Alice Burritt physician, 
367 Tenth 

Homoeopathic Hospital, Dr. Tucker visiting physician, Dr. 
Selfridge surgeon, Mrs. Annie Barnes matron, 846 
Nineteenth 

Honer Joseph, shoemaker, shop and res 855 Chester 

Hong Lee (Chinese) laundry, 1819 William 

Honn L. H. Mrs., widow, res 1009 Tenth av 

Honn Joseph I., compositor Daily Times, res 1009 Tenth av 

Hood John W., physician (S. F.) res 1270 Seventh 

Hooe Headley S., salesman Salinger Bros., res 719 Tenth 

Hoogs William W., clerk, res 69 Valley 

Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 (relief) Oakland Fire De- 
partment, George Oakes foreman, 470 Sixth 

HOOK ELIJAH, furniture and carpets, 1108-1110 Broad- 
way, res 961 Madison cor Tenth 

Hook Joseph, millwright, res 1367 Sixth av 

Hook William F., merchant, res 961 Madison 

Hook William Perley, salesman E. Hook, res 961 Madison 

Hook's Building, 1108i Broadway 

Hooley Cornelius, painter, res 1156 Broadway 

Hooley John, carpenter, res 1156 Broadway 

Hooper Calvin L., commander U. S. Revenue Cutter Thomas 
CorA/in, res 565 Sixteenth 

Hooper James, blacksmith C. P. R. R., res Star House 

Hoopes Thomas C, contractor and builder, res 65 Valley 

Hop Lee (Chinese) laundry, W s Telegraph av nr Temescal 

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Hope John W., joiner C. P. R. R., res 862 Lydia 
Hopken Albert, groceries and liquors, 1301 Center 
Hopkins Caspar T., insurance (S. F.) res 810 Thirteenth 
HOPKINS GEORGE, secretary Times Publishing Co., 952 
Broadway, res 1370 Franklin 



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Hopkins George W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 823 Adeline 
Hopkins George W., mining (S. F.) res 1211 Clay 
Hopkins H. St. George, physician, office and res 858 West 
Hopkins Marcene, carpenter, res 1054 Fourteenth 
Hopkins Kebecca Mrs., res SE cor Seventh and Center 
Hopkins Thomas, groceries, SE cor Fifth and Brush 
Hoppe John C, produce (S. F.) res 1424 Eighth 
Hoppe Reinhold, cutlery (S. F.) res 109 Hannah 
Hopper Harrison, mining (S. F.) res S s East 14th, Fruit 

Vale 
Hopson Maria E., widow, res 1423 Sixteenth 
Horan William, teamster Contra Costa Laundry 
Hord L. H. Miss, res 1013 Sixth av 
Hord Seaneth A., widow, res 1013 Sixth av 
Hord Tennis J., druggist, cor Sixteenth and San Pablo av 
Horgan Patrick, blacksmith, res 828 Kirkham 
Horn Thomas L. (Sanderson & Horn, S. F.) res 574 Syca- 
more 
Horn William, laundryman, res 708 Fourth 
Hornby William, contractor and builder, res 550 Thirty- 
fifth 
Horning George, carpenter, res 971 Fifth 
Horning Gustav, druggist (Marysville) res 1110 Central av 
Hornish Alex., upholsterer Chris Schreiber, res 404 Fifth 
Hornish George B., U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1467 San Pab- 
lo av 
Hornn Frederick M., varieties, 1272 Market, res 834 Six- 
teenth 
Horr Mary E. Mrs., dressmaker, res 516 Ninth 
Horros Annie, widow, res 709 Myrtle 
Horst Herman H., restaurant (S. F.) res 1260 West 
Horstrasser John, carpenter, res 1662 Thirteenth av 
Horswill David J., painter, res 617 Sixteenth 
Horswill Frederick J., miner, res 617 Sixteenth 
Horton Edward, furniture, res 1205 West 
Horton George W., engineer C. P. E. R., res Antioch 
Horton James A., clerk, res 1205 West 
Horton Eichard, groceries and liquors, 771 Seventh 
Horton — , teacher Peralta District School 
Hose Co. No. 1 (Empire) Oakland Fire Department, Edward 

Cady foreman, 470 Sixth 
Hoskins Edward, res 769 Jefferson 
Hoskins Pauline Miss, typesetter Pacific Press, res 1061 

Castro 
Hosmer Abel (F. E, Knowles & Co.) res Sacramento 
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Hosmer James P., contractor, res 860 Harrison 
Hostetter Frank (Hayes, Carrick & Co.) res 1229 Thir- 
teenth av 
Hostrawser Paul, carpenter, res 369 Thirteenth 
Hough Clark A., res 2235 Elm 
Hough William H., student, res 2235 Elm 
Hougham Hezekiah D,, boarding, 458 Fifth 
Houghton George, laborer, res E s Fortieth nr Grove, Tem- 

Houghton Henry B., clerk (S. F.) res 172 Thirteenth 
Houghton James F., insurance agent (S. F.) res 172 Thir- 
teenth 
Houghton Miles K., boot and shoe uppers, 470 Eighth, res 

S. F. 
Houk David M., teamster Asher Tyler, res Union Hotel 
House Belle Miss, res 600 East Central av 
House Irene Miss, res 600 East Central ay 
Hovenden J. Mrs., proprietress Clarendon House, 855 

Washington 
Hovenden Thomas, res Clarendon House 
Howard Asa, Justice of the Peace, office 1101 Thirteenth av, 

res 1109 Tenth av 
Howard Benjamin F., miner, res 843 Harrison 
Howard Charles Webb, president Spring Valley Water 

Works (S. F.) res 1206 Alice 
Howard George W., blacksmith, res 821 Twenty-second 
Howard John H. Mrs., res 612| East Central av 
Howard John E., physician, office and res 627 Tenth 
Howard Lizzie, widow, res 1169 Brush 
Howard Maud Miss, teacher, res 843 Harrison 
Howard Thomas, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 814 

Wood 
Howe Montgomery, miner, res W s Webster nr Moss av 
Howe Samuel, miner, res W s Webster nr Moss av 
Howell Elmer E., clerk (S. F.) res 1223 Eleventh av 
Howell H., res Occidental House 
Howell John G., clerk (S. F.) res 1415 Eleventh av 
Howell Joseph L., stationer (S. F.) res 1223 Eleventh av 
Howell J. P., conductor C. P. R. E. 
Howell Mathias D., mining (S. F.) res 1317 Alice 
Howland Benjamin F., photographer (S. F.) res 1306 Sev- 
enth 
Howlett Frederick, hostler, res 1936 Linden 
Howlett M. Miss, saleslady Philadelphia Steam Dyeing and 

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Howlett William, special policeman, res 1936 Linden 



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Hewlett William Jr., salesman E. D. Block & Co., res 1936 

Linden 
Hoyt C. Mrs., widow, res 938 Thirty -fourth 
Hoyt Charles D., furnishing goods (S. F.) res Centennial 

House 
Hoyt Frederick T., insurance (S. F.) res Winsor House 
Hoyt John Q., clerk (S. F.) res 1016 Peralta 
Hoyt Margaret L. Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, 

res 1259 Webster 
Hoyt Nathan B., U. S. Appraiser's Store (S.F.) res 1005 Pe- 
ralta 
Hoyt Stanley W., res 638 Thirty-fourth 
Hoyt Walter, teamster, res 602 Webster 
Hoyt William R, pressman (S. F.) res 1005 Peralta 
Hubbard Francis Mrs., res 763 Central av 
Hubbard Paul W., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res Over- 
land House 
Hubbard Samuel, agent Bell Telephone Co. (S. F.) res 919 

East 9th 
Hubbard Warren, machinist C. P. R. R., res 966 Center 
Hubbell Augusta Miss, res 604 Fourteenth 
Hubbuck E. T., grain dealer, res 821 Fifteenth 
Huber Adolph, manager Shell Mound Park 
Huber Charles O., mechanic C. P. R. R. , res 1752 Seward 
Huber Frank, butcher Marquardsen & Becker, res 819 Cas- 
tro 
Hudgin Edward L., pharmaceutist H. Bowman, res 911 

Broadway 
Hudson A. M. Mrs., widow, res 1254 Franklin 
Hudson Matthew H., salesman S. Caro, res 833 Clay 
Huff Lucien B., farmer, res 474 East 14th 
Huf Schmidt Henry, plumber (S. F.) res 1721 Seward 
Hufschmidt Louis, plumber (S. F.) res 986 Wood 
Hughan A. Wallace, clerk, res SE cor Eighth and Wash- 
ington 
Hughes Andrew S., carpenter, res 1356 Fifteenth 
Hughes Dan. P., teacher music, res 864 Chester 
Hughes David, clerk (S. F.) res 378 East 25th 
Hughes David, plasterer, res 1659| Eighth 
Hughes David F., res 1212 Eighth 
Hughes Enoch, groceries, 22u B 
Hughes Hugh, canned fruit (S. F.) res 169 Tenth 
Hughes Hugh M., car repairer C. P. E. R., res 911 Peralta 
Hughes I., with William Kent, res Newland House 
Hughes Jane, widow, ladies' nurse, res 807 Castro 
Hughes John T., carpenter, res 864 Chester 



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Hughes Lewis R., policeman, res 761 Castro 

Hughes Marj, widow, res 1054 Sixteenth 

Hughes Patrick, lumberman, res 522 Second 

Hughes Eobert, bookkeeper First National Bank, res Peralta 

av bet Second and Fourth avs 
Hughes Thomas J., teamster, res 515 East Eleventh 
Hughes William A., liquor dealer (S. F.) res 1205 Peralta 
Hughes William E., carpenter, res 1521 Seventh 
Hugunin Edward Mrs., res 967 Jefferson 
Huie Wall (Chinese) laundry, 565 Frederick 
Huke Charles, typefitter Pacific Press, res 1216 Seventh 
Hulford Edward W., mining, res 1458 Eighth 
Hull A. B., mining (S. F.) res 1360 Harrison 
Humbert Elmira, widow, res 862 Twenty-sixth 
Humboldt Park Hotel, H. C. Babcock proprietor, E s Tele- 
graph av nr Temescal Creek, Temescal 
Hume E. F. Mrs., res 560 Fifteenth 
Hume Gregory W., commission merchant (S. F.) res E s 

Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Hume Eobert D., commission merchant (S. F.) res E s 

Fruit Yale av nr East 27th 
Humiston William, carpenter, res 472 East 11th 
Hummeltenberg Monroe, foundryman (S. F.) res 517 Ninth 
Hummeltenberg William, groceries and liquors, 602 Frank- 
lin 
Humphrey Jennie A. Miss, private school, 1667 Broadway 
Humphrey Morton, janitor Court House, res 1266 Fifth av 
Humphrey Walter F., clerk Oakland Ice Co., res 365 Tenth 
Hung Lee (Chinese) laundry, NE cor Thirty-eighth and San 

Pablo av, Temescal 
Hunicke George, laborer Samm's Flouring Mills, res NW 

cor Second and Washington 
Hunt Clarence M., train dispatcher C. P. E. E., res Berk- 
eley 
Hunt Edward, carpenter, res N s Peralta av nr Clinton av 
Hunt Edwin, water cart, res 810 Tenth 
Hunt Emily G. Mrs., teacher Grove Street Primary School, 

res Kohler-Chase House 
Hunt Ernest E., clerk Otto Kringelbach, res Old County 

Eoad nr Twenty-eighth 
Hunt George, manager City Hall Livery Stables, res 1273 

San Pablo av 
Hunt George H., engineer C. P. E. E., res 335 East Cen- 
tral Av 
Hunt Harriet Mrs., proprietress Avenue House, 1237 San 
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Hunt Henry O., res Glen Echo, E s Webster nr Mountain 
View Cemetery 

Hunt John, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 416 
Seventh 

Hunt John W. L., res 1462 Eighth 

Hunt Jonathan, insurance (S. F.) res Glen Echo, E s Web- 
ster nr Mountain View Cemetery 

Hunt Joseph, superintendent Brooklyn and Fruit ValeR.E., 
res 1755 Twenty-first av 

Hunt Mary Miss, res N s East 18th bet Sixth and Seventh avs 

Hunt Samuel O., insurance (S. F.) res Glen Echo, E s Web- 
ster nr Mountain View Cemetery 

Hunt Walter, clerk American District Telegraph, res 810 
Tenth 

Hunt William, res Glen Echo, E s Webster nr Mountain 
View Cemetery 

Hunt William B., liquor saloon, 1458 Seventh 

Hunter David O., salesman Ghirardelli & Petar, res Som- 
erset House 

Hunter Rodney D., policeman, res 533 Twenty -fifth 

Huntington Frank A., Globe Iron Works (S. F.) res 15Y5 
Market 

Huntington Uriel, capitalist, res 1730 Eighth 

Huntington W. E., watchman J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor 
Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Huntley P. C. & Co. (P. C. Huntley and Arthur Freeman) 
dairy, N s Moss av bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Huntley Porter C. (P. C. Huntley & Co.) res 1259 Web- 
ster 

Huntoon Amelia, nurse Francis Blake, 1867 Telegraph av 

Huot Charles, stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 515 
Fourth 

Hurd Frank M., clerk C. P. R. R., res 1829 William 

Hurd J. H., farmer, res E s Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 

Hurd Josiah M., printer (S. F.) res 869 Washington 

Hurd Morgan S., clerk (S. F.) res 534 Sycamore 

Hurdis Samuel, foreman painter C. P. R. R., res 10 Pear- 
son's Row 

Hurd Emma Miss, nurse, res 408 Thirteenth 

Hulburt , pastor M. E. Church Temescal, res San 

Leandro 

Hurley & Seibt (Daniel Hurley and Gustav Seibt) horse- 
shoers, 414 Eleventh 

Hurley Daniel (Hurley & Seibt) res NE cor Tenth and 
Franklin 

Hurley James, lather, res 807 Jefierson 



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Hurley Madge G., teacher Prescott School, res 1916 Pacific 

av S. F. 
Hurley Thomas, capitalist, res 589 Clay 
Hurley Timothy, coachman Mrs, S. H. Tompkins, res 1405 

Alice 
Hussey Amos, mason, res 1514 Curtis 
Hussey Horace P., importing and commission merchant 

(S. F.) res 1155 Madison 
Hussey Joseph G., capitalist, res 1155 Madison 
Hussey William H. H., clerk (S. F.) res ()67 Thirty -fifth 
Husson Charles, waiter John Marques, res 508 Seventh 
Huston J. A., teamster, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegi-aph 

av, Temescal 
Huston James E., farmer, res N s Moss av bet Telegraph av 

and Broadway 
Hutchings Daniel F., insurance (S. F.) res 463 East 11th 
Hutchin-s Emma A., widow, res 607 Third 
Hutchins George H., stock broker (S. F.) res E s Vernon av 

nr Lee 
Hutchins Susan Mrs., res 1074 Wood 
Hutchinson A. A., miller Hickok & Sou, res S. F. 
Hutchinson E. Mrs., widow, res 363 J Central av 
Hutchinson Henrv L., manufacturer scales (S. F.) res 1166 

Tenth 
Hutchinson Jennie Miss, res 1363 Brush 
Hutchinson John G., employee C. P. R. R., res Star House 
Hutchinson M. Mrs., res 1113 Franklin 
Hutchinson Tally R., clothing (S. F.) res 967 Market 
Hutchinson William, gardener Frederick Delger, res S. F. 
HUTCHISON JAMES, seedsman and florist, SE cor 

Fourteenth and Washington, and proprietor Bay Nur- 
sery, NE cor Telegraph av and Twenty-sixth, res 484 

Twenty-sixth 
Huttleston Frederick, employee C. P. R. R., res 1708 William 
Huttou Edward L., butcher Lemuel Wilson, res 559 East 

16th 
Hyatt Louise Miss, teacher music, res Tubbs Hotel 
Hyatt Orange C, machinist, res 1117 Willow 
Hyde E. H. & Co. (E. H. Hyde and J. W. Hall) crockery 

glassware and house furnishing goods, 1167 Broadway 
Hyde E. H. (E. H. Hyde & Co.) res 1207 Broadway 
Hyde Isaac, executor estate R. B. Woodward (S.F.) res 604 

Eighth 
Hyde Thomas J., stampers materials, 965 Broadway and 474 

Central av, res 474 Central av 
Hyde William B., civil engineer (S. F.) res 162 Third 



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Hyde William T., apothecary Kelsey & Flint, res 1973 

Broadway 
Hyden Erastus M., blacksmith, res 367 Third 
Hyden John, blacksmith, res 367 Third 
Hyland James, expressman, res 704 Twenty-sixth 
Hyland Michael, teamster, res 209 Third 
Hyman Isaac, res 312 Fifth 
Hynes P. E., policeman, res 1413 Seventeenth 



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I'Anson Miles, solicitor (S. F.) res 1615 Eighth 

Icke George C, butcher J. M. Pitts, res 781 Central av 

Icke Katie Miss, dressmaker, res 767 East Central av 

Idiens Joseph, car cleaner C. P. E. E., res 763 Peralta 

Use William A., assay er (S. F.) res 677 Sixth 

IMPERIAL, LONDON, NORTHERN, AND QUEEN IN- 
SURANCE GO'S, L. B. Edwards agent, 467 Ninth 

Incapie E., boot and shoemaker, 410 Ninth 

Independent Church, Eev. L. Hamilton pastor, SE cor Jef- 
ferson and Thirteenth 

Independent Market, Harr}' Mattern proprietor, 1265 San 
Pablo av 

Independent Order Odd Fellows' Building, NW cor Eleventh 
and Franklin 

INGERSOLL WILLIAM B., photographer, 1069 Broadway, 
SW cor Broadway and Central av, res 1729 Myrtle 

Ingerson Charles A., contractor and builder, 26 Wilcox 
Block, res 1009 Franklin 

Inglis Edward F., fireman C. P. E. E., res Star House 

Inglis John S., freight agent (S. F.) res 762 Chester 

Ingols James E., clerk (S. F.) res 565 Thirty-fifth 

Ingram E. H., laborer C. P. E. E. 

Insurance Company of North America (fire, of Philadelphia) 
Doe, Griffin & Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 

Insurance Co. (State of Pennsylvania) J. S. Colburn & Co. 
agents, NE cor Wood and Seventh 

In wall Benjamin J., bartender E. F. Thayer, res 820 Har- 
rison 

Inwall Harry, wines and liquors, 461 Seventh, res 827 Har- 
rison 

Ipsen Peter J., librarian Odd Fellows' Library, res SW cor 
Fourteenth and Peralta 

Irelan William Jr. (Aaron & Irelan) res S. F. 



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Ireland James, accountant (S. F.) res N s East 26th nr 

Twenty-first av 
Ireland James, carpenter, res NW cor Forty-second and 

Lusk, Temescal 
Irish Spencer K., manager Alameda County Ice Co., 416 

Ninth, res 411 Ninth 
Irish Stephen L, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1817 Goss 
Irones Carrie Mrs., res 409^ Central av 
Ironmonger C. J. & W. C (Cornelius J. and William C. 

Ironmonger) restaurant, 826 Broadway 
Ironmonger Cornelius J. (C. J. & W. C. Ironmonger) res 

364 First 
Ironmonger William C. (C J, & W. C. Ironmonger) res 467 

Tenth 
Irvin Albert M., bricklayer, res 822 East Central av 
Irvin Harry R., collector (S. F.) res 1707 Eighth 
Irvine John, gardener, res 410 Tenth 
Irvine Robert, janitor Lincoln School 
Irving Grammar School, J. B. McChesney principal, cor 

Market and Central av 
Irving William K., clerk (S. F.) res 711 Fifth 
Irwin Charles, coachman Albion K. P Harmon, res 1568 

Webster 
IRWIN HARRY F., proprietor A. A. House, SW cor 

Broadway and Seventh, and bar stmr Oakland, res 728 

Central av 
Irwin Horace D., insurance (S. F.) res N s Harmon nr 

Calais, Temescal 
Irwin John C, salesman (S. F.) res 572 Tenth 
Irwin Michael, laborer, res N s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck av, 

Temescal 
Irwin Robert E., machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 569 

Eighth 
Irwin Stewart, gardener, res 820 Twenty-second 
Isaacs Frank B., draftsman, res 760 Tenth 
Isaacs Jacob, junk dealer, res 665 AVashington 
Isaacs John D., draftsman, res 760 Tenth 
Isherwood J. Mrs., laundress, res W s First av bet Avon and 

Birch 
Isherwood Joseph, paper carrier, res W s First av bet Avon 

and Birch 
Ismert Edward J., foreman miller (S. F.) res 1729 Central av 
Ivens — , farmer, res 1621 Thirteenth av 
Iversen C. A., laundryman Scandinavian Laundry, res 826 

Twenty-second 
Iverson Gerhard, carpenter, res 887 Bay 



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J 

Jaccard Leo, watclimaker (S. F.) res 251 Louise 

Jacinto Joseph, laborer, res 663 Twenty-eighth 

Jackins D. W., engineer C. P. E.. R. 

Jackson Archibald, laborer, res E s San Pablo av nr R. R. 

crossing, Temescal 
Jackson Arthur M., student Oakland Business College 
Jackson A. T., blacksmith, res SW cor Park av and Hollis 
Jackson Benjamin C, mining, res 1229 Webster 
Jackson Charles M., merchant tailor, 1454 Seventh 
Jackson E. B. Mrs., res 958 Grove 
Jackson George W. J., carpenter, res 256 Harlan 
Jackson Giles A., carpenter, res 824 Sixteenth 
Jackson Henry, butcher, res 310 B 

Jackson James, pressman R. S. Gladding, res 2242 Peralta 
Jackson James H., res 1664 Eighth 
Jackson John T., dealer in breadstuffs, res 1228 Nineteenth 

av 
Jackson Peter H., iron merchant (S. F.) res 1267 Sixth av 
Jackson Richard F., bookkeeper, res 1159 Seventh 
Jackson Tatlow, dealer in breadstuffs, res 1228 Nineteenth 

av 
Jacob Abraham (Jacob Bros.) res SW cor Ninth and Clay 
Jacob Bros. (Abraham and Michael Jacob) boots and shoes, 

845 Broadway 
Jacob Frank, clerk, res 218 Hollis 
Jacob Isaac, cigarmaker (S. F.) res 218 Hollis 
Jacob Michael (Jacob Bros.) res SW cor Ninth and Clay 
Jacob William, laborer H. P. Livermore, N s Forty-fourth 

nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Jacobs C. Miss, res cor Calais and Fairview, Temescal 
Jacobs Charles, salesman (S. F.) res 226 Ninth 
Jacobs George B., student University, res 863 Union 
Jacobs Henry G., barber J. W. Smith, res 1451 Grove 
Jacobs Laura, widow, res 1620 San Pablo av 
Jacobs Lee, travelling salesman (S. F.) res 964 Cypress 
Jacobs Marcus, stoves and tinware, 808 Broadway, res 806 

Grove 
Jacobs Mitchell C, tailor, 455 Ninth, res 418 Third 
Jacobs Presil, furniture, 871 Washington, res Occidental 

Hotel 
Jacobs Richard C, mining, res 863 Union 
Jacobs Washington M., assayer, res 63 Valley 



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OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 285 

Jacobson John, laundryman Scandinavian Laundry, res 826 

Twenty-second 
Jacobson John, master mariner, res 863 Twenty-first 
Jacobson — , res N s Alcatraz av nr E.R. crossing, Temes- 

cal 
Jacobus Cornelius T., res 1167 Eighth 
Jacobus Julian E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 316 Tenth 
Jacobus John F., wheelwright (S F.) res 960 Center 
Jacobus Percy, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1375 Franklin 
Jacobus Kebecca, widow, res 1375 Franklin 
Jacoby John, res 579 Thirty-sixth 
Jacoby Joseph, groceries and liquors, NE cor Market and 

Fifteenth 
Jacqueman Joseph F., engineer (S. F.) res 1726 Thirteenth 
Jacquenot Xavier, fruits and vegetables, 909 East 14th 
JAFFE LOUIS, wood and coal, 812 Franklin and 870 Wash- 
ington, res 527 Charter 
Jagels Diedrich, groceries and liquors, SW cor Fifth and 

Lewis 
Jahu Albrecht, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 563 Charter 
Jahn Henry, machinist and locksmith, 412 Tenth 
Jahns John H., salesman (S. F.) res 829 Campbell 
James' Block, NW cor Seventh and Wood 
James Edwin A., teacher music, res 1167 Brush 
James George, rigger C. P. E. R., res W s Bay nr Seventh 
James Isaac E., mining engineer, res 320 Fourteenth 
James Jane Mrs., res 721| Eleventh 
James Joseph, engineer C. P. R. R. 
James Mary E., widow, res 720 Filbert 
James Robert T. W. Rev., res 461 Ninth 
Jamison Elizabeth, widow, res 1503 Eighth 
Janes Elijah Rev., res 470 Edwards 
Janin Joseph, jeweler (S. F.) res 1762 William 
Janin Louis, mining engineer, res 1355 Webster 
Janis Francis L., teamster E. Hook, res 1117 Eighth av 
Janis Francis R., res 1117 Eighth av 
Janis Justin E., clerk E. Hook, res 1117 Eighth av 
Jans Obbe, res 1014 Chester 
Jansen Antone, seaman, res 120 Ettie 
Jansen Charles, helper C. P. R. R. 
Jansen Henry, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
Jansen Peter, laborer, res cor Bay av and Clark, Melrose 
Janssen Carl A., student Oakland Business College 
Janssen Ernst, purchaser (S. F.) res 515 Eighth 
Janvier Allen E., teacher mathematics and English, Sackett 
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Janvrin George M., sawyer Oakland Planing Mills, res 697 

Twenty-sixth 
Jaquay B Miss, res 515 Ninth 
Jaquay D. W., painter, res 1522 Broadway 
Jaquay Louisa Mrs., midwife and ladies' nurse, res 1522 

Broadway 
Jaresh Charles, boots and shoes, 403 B 
Jarvis George, shoemaker Hall & Co., res 369 Thirteenth 
Jarvis Thomas, groceries and liquors, 1523 Fifth 
Jayne A. H. Mrs., res 617 Thirteenth 
Jee Arthur W., secretary Union Pacific Salt Co. (S. P.) res 

520 East 11th 
Jefferson Dora Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 968 Fifth 
Jefferson Lester Mrs. , res 968 Fifth 
Jeflery John, agent S. F. Call, res NW cor Telegraph av and 

Forty-fourth, Temescal 
Jeffress John K., with W. W. Montague & Co., res 464 

Ninth 
Jeffrey J. V., salesman Greenhood Brothers, res Hartman 

House 
Jeffries George, fireman C. P. E. E., res 806 Wood 
Jeffries Sarah, widow, res 806 Wood 
Jemery Joseph, barber, 869 Wood 

Jencks Jared H., architect and builder, res 1759 Twenty- 
first av 
Jenkins Edward, teamster Samm's Flouring Mills, res 663 

Washington 
Jenkins Francis J., molder (S. F.) res 2142 Peralta 
Jenkins Frederick E. , band sawj^er Oakland Planing Mills, 

res Alameda 
Jenkins James, hostler F. Barnard & Co., res 602 Webster 
Jenkins Timothy J., sanitary inspector, res 1659 Eighth 
Jenks Charles C, Justice of the Peace, 859 Broadway, res 

854 Webster 
Jenks Frank C, coal broker, res Park av nr Track 
Jenning Gotthold, merchant tailor, 1759 Seventh 
Jennings John, gi'aiu dealer (S. F.) res 930 Peralta 
Jensen Haus, keeper Napa Insane Asylum, res S s Thirty- 
sixth bet Telegraph av and Grove 
Jensen Soren (Burns & Jensen) res Overland House 
Jenson Kate Mrs., dressmaker, res 1687 Eighth 
Jergen Henrv, teamster Asher Tyler, res cor Eighth av and 

East 11th 
Jerome Antone, dispatcher C. P. E. E., res Alameda 
Jerome Edward B., with Custom House (S. F.) res 1331 

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OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 287 

Jess William, carpenter and builder, res 512 East 23rd 
Jewell E. M., canvasser, res Winsor House 
Jewell Emeline Mrs., domestic 1368 Thirteenth av 
Jewell Henrj, engineer (S. F.) res 1663 Thirteenth 
Jewess Jensina Mrs., cook Francis Blake, 1867 Tele- 
graph av 
Jewett George D. , farmer, res 1364 Franklin 
JEWETT H. E. REV., A. M., principal Golden Gate 
Academy, S s Plymouth av bet Telegraph av and Broad- 
way 
Jewett Jarvis, agent (S. F.) res 1420 Fifteenth 
Jewish Cemetery, Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Jillson Charles B., mining operator, res 1364 San Pablo av 
Joewoert George, barkeeper William Kohler, res Washing- 
ton nr Sixth 
Johansen Neils C, res SE cor Livingston and Valdez 
Johns Charles T., mining, res 1558 Eighth 
Johns William, cigarmaker Phillip Conradi, res Union 

Hotel 
Johnson A. A. Miss, dressmaker, 1068 Broadway, room 20 
Johnson Alfred J. coachman, res 553 Sixth 
Johnson Alexander, coachman Bev. Dr. L. Hamilton, res 

1165 Jackson 
Johnson Amos, laborer Purington & Reed, res 612|^ East 

Central av 
Johnson Anna Mrs., bakery, 612 East Central av 
Johnson August, oysterman Shoal Water Bay Co., res 654 

Franklin 
Johnson Augusta B. Mrs., res 1230 Eighth av 
Johnson Belle, domestic Myron G. Wheeler 
Johnson Benjamin, porter (S. F.) res 1001 Seventh 
Johnson Catherine, widow, res 712 Lewis * 

Johnson Charles, expressman, cor Eighth and Broadway, res 

700 Twenty-sixth 
Johnson Charles H., farmer, res 362 Tenth 
Johnson Charles H., laborer, res 709 Jackson 
Johnson Charles M., photographer (S. F.) res 832 Franklin 
Johnson Christian, master mariner, res 115 Ettie 
Johnson Clay, salesman W. A. Rouse & Co., res Centennial 

House 
Johnson Cornelius, superintendent linen department C P- 

R. R., res 718 Third 
Johnson Eben, groceries and liquors, NE cor Central av and 

Market 
Johnson Edward L., miner, res 367 Durant 
Johnson Edwin G., mill hand C. P. R. R., res 1781 Goss 



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288 OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Eliza J., widow, res 1213 Seventh 

Johnson E. "W. Mrs., dresmaker, 363| Central av 

Johnson Frank, artesian well borer, res 1662 William 

Johnson Frank, machinehand Oakland Planing Mills 

Johnson Frank Mrs., widow, res 1235 Broadway 

Johnson Frank S., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1235" Broadway 

Johnson George S., rigger, res 1010 Third 

Johnson George W., engineer C P. K. R., res 1781 Goss 

Johnson G. W. Mrs., widow, res 1781 Goss 

Johnson Hans, laborer A. K. P. Harmon, res E s Webster 

nr Moss av 
Johnson Hanson, porter C. P. R. R., res 763 Fourth 
Johnson Henry, captain U. S. A. (S. F.) res 617 Sycamore 
Johnson Hettie Mrs., res 553 Sixth 
Johnson Hiram A., carpenter, res 261 Ninth 
Johnson House, Mrs. M. E. Chase proprietress, SW cor San 

Pablo av and Eighteenth 
Johnson Isaac M., res 2071 Webster 
Johnson Jacob, lumberman C. P. R. R., res 555 Sixth 
Johnson James, carpenter, res 1384 Fifteenth 
Johnson James, master mariner, res 1474 Ninth 
Johnson James A., master mariner, res 738 Lewis 
Johnson James H., horse trainer, res 833 Twenty -ninth 
Johnson J. B., carpenter, res 572 Sixteenth 
Johnson John, capitalist, res 767 Alice 
Johnson John, carpenter, res 126 Ettie 
Johnson John, cigar store (S. F.) res 1415 Eighteenth 
Johnson John D., pedler, res 1010 Franklin 
Johnson John S., res 610 Eighteenth 
Johnson Katie, domestic 316 East 10th 

Johnson Lawrence, cook Louis Milloslavich, res 1409 Market 
Johnson Lillian Miss, res 600 East 12th 
Johnson Mary, domestic John Hampton 
Johnson Mary Mrs., laundress, res 832 Clay 
Johnson Neils, coachman James F. Houghton, res 172 

Thirteenth 
Johnson O. R. Mrs., proprietress Centennial House, NE cor 

Clay and Fourteenth 
Johnson Patrick, farmer, res 614 Adeline 
Johnson Patrick, teamster Brooklyn Tannery, res 782 East 

Central av 
Johnson Perry, ticket collector C. P. R. R., Oakland Wharf, 

res 360 Second 
Johnson Peter, teamster H. C. Clark, res Bay av, Melrose 
Johnson Sidney L. S., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res Brookside, 

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Johnson Sophia, domestic 1409 Market 
Johnson Susan J., widow, res 821 Twenty -eighth 
Johnson Thomas, res 1918 Linden 
Johnson William Eev., res 1266 Grove 
Johnson William, bootmaker, 1381 Telegi-aph av 
Johnson William, captain U. S. A., res 561 Sycamore 
Johnson William, coachman A. C. Dietz, W s San Pablo av 

nr Temescal Creek 
Johnson William, farmer, res 214 Third 
Johnston Alexander, gardener, res 736 Union 
Johnston Alice Mrs., res 1782 Taylor 
Johnston Charles, laborer, res Prospect nr Broadway 
Johnston James A., salesman L. & A. Crocker, res 1005 

Webster 
Johnston Jeremiah, groceries and liquoi's, SE cor Pine and 

Seward 
Johnston John I., res Pine bet Taylor and Stewart 
Johnston John E., foreman M. W. Allen, res 919 Webster 
Johnston Nathan E. Eev., pastor Church of Christ, res 1016 

Kirkham 
Johnston Eosamond E. Mrs., teacher Tompkins School, res 

1016 Kirkham 
Johnston Sarah, domestic 876 East loth 
Johnston William J., clerk W^ells, Fargo <fe Co. (S. F.) res 

1316 Eighth av 
Johnstone Alexander Eev., res 1037 Linden 
Johnstone Arthur M., res 1037 Linden 
Joinaud Paulin, baker Bidache k Bonnemazou, res 912 

Franklin 
Jolly Eobert, coachman Ealph W. Kirkham, 58 Eighth 
Jonas A. «t Brother (Abraham and Marcus Jonas) clothing, 

gents' furnishing goods, boots and shoes, and hats and 

caps, 843 Broadway 
Jonas Abraham (A Jonas ifc Brother) res 462 Ninth 
Jonas David, clerk A. Jonas & Brother, res 843 Broadway 
Jonas Marcus (A. Jonas A: Brother) res 843 Broadwav 
JONES & SLITZ (Jasper J. Jones and John Slitz) man- 
agers Contra Costa Produce Co., 369 Central av 
Jones Alfred, farmhand J. Lusk <t Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Jones C. H., job printer Pacific Press, res cor Central av 

and Castro 
Jones C. H. Mrs., proof reader Pacific Press, res cor Cent- 
ral av and Castro 
Jones Charles H. (Patronak & Jones) res 1508 Brush 
Jones Clara Mrs., res 963 Eighth 



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290 OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 

Jones Daniel H,, porter C. P. R. E., res 131 Hollis 

Jones De Witt Clinton, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1319 

Eleventh av 
Jones Edward, coachman Hickok & Son, res 1413 Grove 
Jones E. G. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1001 Webster 
Jones Elone G., real estate agent, res 1001 Webster 
Jones Everett 1)., auctioneer (S. E.) res 658 Eighth 
Jones Frank, cashier (S. F.) res 404 Central av 
Jones Frank, cook St. Joseph's Academy, 159 Fifth 
Jones George W., bridge builder C. P. E. E., res 1005 

Pine 
Jones Henry B., instructor French University, res W s Sec- 
ond av nr Birch, Temescal 
Jones Henry S., truckman, SW cor Sixth and Broadway, res 

490 Twenty-fifth 
Jones Horace, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 924 Filbert 
Jones Hugh, engineer C. P. E. R., res NW cor Twelfth av 

and East 11th 
Jones Ira S., hostler Frank Multner, res 370 Eleventh 
Jones James N., extraman Eelief Hook and Ladder Co. No. 

1, Oakland Fire Department, res 520 Eighth 
Jones Jasper J. (Jones & Slitz) res 269 Fifth 
Jones J. H.. engineer stmr El Capitan 
Jones John A., brakemau C. P. R. E., res 943 Willow 
Jones John P., engineer C. P. E. E., res 874 Henry 
Jones Lewis, farm hand Thomas Bridge, res NW cor Fruit 

Vale av and County Eoad 
Jones M., solicitor Singer Manufacturing Co., res Bartlett 

House 
Jones Mark F., music dealer, res 678 Seventeenth 
Jones Melville L., paper carrier, res 1922 West 
Jones M. I. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 1313 San 

Pablo av 
Jones Nathaniel A., machinist C. P. E. E., res Alameda 
Jones Patrick, laborer, res 236 Hannah 
Jones E., carpenter, res Winter's Hotel 
Jones E., drygoods, 904 Broadway 

Jones Eichard, clerk A. Lippman, res 868 Twenty-sixth 
Jones Samuel, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Jones Sarah E., widow, res 806 Clay 
Jones Thomas, laborer Grant I. Taggart, E s Claremont av 

bet Tyler and Eussell, Claremont 
Jones Thomas, seaman, res 1477 Sixth av 
Jones Thomas A., painter C. P. E. E., res 713 Nineteenth 
Jones Thomas T., driver Lyon & Kinsey, res 508 Eighth 
Jones W. Hank, clerk King & Mount, res 404 Central av 



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OAKLAND [ J ] DIRECTORY. 291 

Jones William, brakeman C. P. E. R., res 1009 Wood 

Jones Willaim H., borsetrainer, res 1519 Third 

Jones William P., vice-president Oakland Home Insurance 

Co., res Alameda 
Jones William R., cigarmaker Pbillip Conradi, res 462 East 

Central av 
JORDAN BROTHERS (Moses S. and Jobn 0. Jordan) car- 
penters and builders, 360 Twelfth 
Jordan E., fireman C. P. R. R., res 1762 Division 
Jordan E., upholsterer Contra Costa Laundry 
Jordan E. C, fireman C. P. R. R. 
Jordan Eliot, carpenter Jordan Brothers, res Sunnjside 

House 
Jordan Henry S., harnessmaker (S. F.) res 361 Fifth 
Jordan Isaiah, engineer C. P. R. R., res 1521 Eighth 
Jordan John C. (Jordan Brothers) res Fruit Vale 
Jordan John T., clerk A. Lippman, res 1005 Chester 
Jordan Joseph, carpenter, res 1713 Atlantic 
Jordan Joseph W., grain merchant (S. F.) res NW cor Thir- 
teenth av and East 25th 
Jordan Michael, laborer, res 856 East 21st 
Jordan Moses S. (Jordan Brothers) res Suunyside House 
JORDAN WILLIAM H.. secretary The Real Estate Union, 

921 Broadway, res 672 Seventh 
Jorgensen Ole, seaman, res 116 Ettie 
Joseph Antone, laborer C. P. R. R., res 360 Third 
Joseph Frank, laborer C P. R. R., res 705 Campbell 
Joseph Frank B., clerk State Investment and Insurance Co., 

res 360 Third 
Joseph Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Joseph Rose Mrs., dressmaker, res 650 East 14th 
Josephs Joseph, laborer, res 1837 Grove 
JOURNAL CO. (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) publishers 
and proprietors Oakland Journal (German semi-weekly) 
832 Webster _ . 

Joyce Maggie, domestic Mrs. E. A. Knight 
Joyce Martin, liquors, 1837 Seventh 
Joyce Thomas, laborer, res 1641 Filbert 
Jubb Thomas C, painter (S. F.) res 1633 Magnolia 
Judd Lizzie G. R. Mrs., printer (S. F.) res 518 Williams 
Judd Norris A. (D. Hicks & Co., S. F.) res 518 Williams 
Judell Bonifaz, varieties, SE cor Sixth and Castro 
Judge William, laborer C. P. R. R., res 421 Second 
Judson Augustus, mining secretary (S. F.) res 955 Jefferson 
Judson John M., salesman Charles L. Taylor, res 214 Elev- 
enth 



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292 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Judson Eaymond, salesman S. L. Strickland, res 955 Jef- 
ferson 

Judson Russell H., apothecary J. D. Gray, res 955 JejBferson 

Judy Abraham C, painter, res 717 Fifteenth 

Jukes Henry, machinist (S. F.) res 915 Seventh 

Jukes Mary Mrs., bakery, 915 Seventh 

Julien John S., farmer, res 559 Caledonia av 

Jullion Jean B., capitalist, res E s Broadway nr Orchard 

Jungerman Barbara, widow, res 854 Adeline 

Junqua Urbain, gardener A. G. Chauche, res 855 Alice 

Jurgen's Block, 1116 Broadway 

Jurgens Charles, liquor and billiard saloon, 409 Central av, 
res 1116 Broadway 

Jurgens John H., groceries and provisions, cor San Pablo 
and Union avs 

Jurgewitz John, farmer, res Dennison nr Shell Mound av 

Jury Jeremiah, proprietor Swiss Cottage, Central av opp 
Lake Merritt 

Justice Augustus L., driver L. P. Lusk, res W s Second av 
nr Birch, Temescal 

Justice Mary Mrs., res W s Second av nr Birch, Temescal 

Justice William C, farmer, res W s Second av nr Birch, 
Temescal 



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Kaas H. Peter, gilder Lutz & Berg, res 853 Harrison 

Kadel Barbara Mrs., res 721 Sixteenth 

Kase August, machinist, res 1422 San Pablo av 

Kahn & Sons (S. L., Henry and Solomon Kahn) dry and 

fancy goods, 1101 Broadway 
Kahn Frederick, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 226 Central av 
Kahn Henry (Kahn & Sons) res 226 Central av 
Kahn Henry, jeweler McClure Brothers, res S. F. 
Kahn Israel, res 226 Central av 

Kahn Jonas, salesman Kahn & Sons, res 226 Central av 
Kahn Paul (Kahn Brothers & Co., S. F.) res Hartman House 
Kahn Samuel L. (Kahn & Sons) res 226 Central av 
Kahn Solomon (Kahn & Sons) res 226 Central av 
Kahn Paul (Kahn Brothers, S. F.) res Hartman House 
Kaighin Margaret Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 1458 Fifth 
Kaiser Antone, res E s San Pablo av bet Thirty-second and 

Thirty-third 
Kaiser Martin, upholsterer, NE cor Nineteenth and San 

Pablo av 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 293 

Kaiser Nicholas, res E s San Pablo av bet Thirty-second and 
Thirty-third 

Kaley Anthony, brassmolder (S. F.) res Folsom nr San 
Pablo av 

Kallenberg Emil S., barber A. Hallahan, res 1423 San 
Pablo av 

Kallstrom Herman, master mariner, res 1678 Eighth 

Kalman Julius, peddler, res 718 Broadway 

Kampfe Henry, gardener, res E s Adams nrLee 

Kan Hung (Chinese) restaurant, 363 Eighth 

Kanary John, laborer, res 319 Fifth 

Kane Annie M., dressmaker, res 17(55 Grove 

Kane Frank, barkeeper J. J. Haniiin, res 517 Seventh 

Kane James, railroadman, res 1516 Fifth 

Kane James J., laborer, res E s High nr ER. crossing, Mel- 
rose 

Kane John, dairy, NW cor Moss av and Broadway 

Kane John, laborer, res E s High nr ER. crossing, Mel- 
rose 

Kane John, stationery (S. F.) res W s Twelfth nr Folsom, 
North Oakland 

Kane John J., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 1769 
Grove 

Kane Joseph, M. J., with Tribune Publishing Co., res 1769 
Grove 

Kane Kate, widow, res 805 Henry 

Kane Michael, driver Berkeley Laundry, res 1068 Kirkham 

Kane Michael, laborer, res New Tork Hotel 

Kane Patrick, laborer, res 730 Henry 

Kane Patrick, milkman, res 708 Twenty-seventh 

Kane William, contractor, res 462 Sixth 

Kantz K. Mrs., widow, nurse, res 1669 Valdez 

Karston Theodore, salesman (S. F.) res 862 Chester 

Kastner Lizzie J. Miss, res 1118 Washington 

Kauffman Tobias, peddler, res 805 Franklin 

Kaufman Frederick, machinist, res 758 Franklin 

Kaupert Joseph, butcher Harry A. Zeiss, res SE cor Eighth 
and Chester 

Kay Maro P., deputy County Clerk, res Tosemite House, 
Alameda 

Kaye Joseph, bricklayer, res 469 Tenth 

Kays Jesse F., cook, res 830 Jefferson 

Kayser Antone, laborer, res 834 Cedar 

Kayser John (Lippold & Kayser) res 1729 Fourteenth 

Kearney Frank, machinist C. P. E. E., res 802 Willow 

Kearney Jeremiah, liquors, res 770 Willow 



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294 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Kearney John, salesman Henry Schellhaas, 
tral av 

Kearney Martin F., machinist C. P. R. R. 

Kearney Thomas, shoemaker, NE cor Telegraph av and 
Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Kearns Timothy, laborer, res 959 Third 

Keating Catherine, widow, res 1459 Castro 

Keating James, tailor, res Overland House 

Keating John, boatswain U. S. stmr Alaska, res 268 Fifth 

Keating Martin, boilermaker (S. F.) res 822 Union 

Keating Michael F., painter C. P. R. R., res 1459 Castro 

Keating William, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., res 1368 Six- 
teenth 

Keating "William Jr., clerk Salinger Brothers, res 1368 Six- 
teenth 

Keating William J,, cigars and tobacco, 457 Seventh, res 
1459 Castro 

Keefe Charles, carriage painter P. H. McGrew, res 1005 
Castro 

Keefe Daniel, laborer, res 1519 Seventh 

Keefe John, laborer, res 677 Twenty-sixth 

Keefe R. W., compositor H. L. DeForrest, res S. F. 

Keefe Simon, molder, res St. Louis House 

Keefer Jesse R., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 515 Ninth 

Keefer M. A. Mrs., res 519 Tenth 

Keegan James, tailor M. J. Healy, res 861 Harrison 

Keegan Simon, laborer, res 1717 Adeline 

Keegan Timothy, res 1724 Adeline 

Keeler William H. Mrs., res 864 Campbell 

Keeley Anthony, brassfinisher (S. F.) res W s Twelfth nr 
Folsom, North Oakland 

Keeley David, waiter Galindo Hotel, res E s Hannah nr B 

Keenan James, contractor, res 1358 Sixteenth 

Keene Charles W. , capitalist, res Galindo Hotel 

Keene Frank, laborer C. P. R. R. 

Keene John M., salesman Beel Brothers 

Keene Manuel, laborer, res 239 Haven 

Keeney Charles W., res Tubbs Hotel 

Keep Hattie IVJiss, res 1156 Broadway 

Kegler Elizabeth, widow, private school, 838 West 

Kehoe Lawrence, res 828 Magnolia 

Kehoe Patrick, laborer, res 216 Hollis 

Keily John, watchman, res Overland House 

Keith Frank W., hostler Myron M. Tinkham, cor Central av 
and Webster 

Keith John, carpenter, res 705 Castro 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 295 

Keith John W., carpenter and builder, junction College and 
Claremont avs, Claremout 

Keith William Mrs., res 1117 Poplar 

Kelleher James, laborer, res 163 Second 

Kelleher Patrick, flagman C. P. K. R., ses 212 Second 

Kelleher Patrick, horseshoer, 321 Tenth, res 168 Seventh 

KELLER MICHAEL J., gents' furnishing goods, 1003 
Broadway 

Keller P. J. & Co. (Patrick J. Keller and Christopher Ma- 
her) proprietors Mountain Yiew Nursery, W s Webster 
nr Mountain View Cemetery 

Keller Patrick J. (P. J. Keller & Co.) res W s Webster nr 
Mountain View Cemetery 

Kellett Samuel, manufacturer plaster decorations, 470 
Eleventh, res S. F. 

Kelley Catherine Mrs., res 866 Castro 

Kelley Eliza S., widow, res 1120 Central av 

Kelley George W., stock broker (S. F.) res 1120 Central av 

Kelley Howard J., clerk (S. F.) res 1120 Central av 

Kelley Matthew, bricklayer, res 317 Fourth 

Kelley Michael, laborer Louis Jaffe, res 812 Franklin 

Kelley Patrick, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Kelley Thomas, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

Kelley Thomas H., watchman C. P. R. R., res SE cor Par- 
adise and Alcatraz av, Temescal 

Kelley Walter S., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1120 Central av 

Kelley William, tailor W. C. Roberts, res NE cor Seventh 
and Franklin 

Kelley Zeno, carpenter, res 727 Eighth 

Kellogg Charles W., secretary San Francisco Cordage Co. 
(S. F.) res 1253 Grove 

Kellogg Frank H., capitalist (S. F.) res 1368 Thirteenth av 

Kellogg G. D., clerk, res Winter's Hotel 

Kellogg George F., manufacturer oil clothing (S. F.) res 
Gaiindo Hotel 

Kellogg Isaac, driver J. S. G. Gordon, res 365 Tenth 

Kellogg James, bookkeeper, res 912 Sixth av 

Kellogg L. De Witt, salesman Salinger Brothers, res S. F. 

Kellogg Mary D. Mrs., florist, East Eighth nr Clinton Sta- 
tion, res 912 Sixth av 

Kellogg Sheldon I. Jr., mining machinery (S. F.)res Tubbs 
Hotel 

Kelly & Co. (M. Kelly) real estate agents, 414 Seventh 

Kelly Brassey, laborer, res 1267 Eighth av 

Kelly Charles, marble polisher Amador Marble Co., res 
Amador Hotel 



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296 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Kelly Charles H., engineer Samm's Flouring Mills, res 669 

Third 
Kelly Charles M., carpenter, res 706 Webster 
Kelly Frank, stone cutter, res 720 Second 
Kelly G. W., distributor Contra Costa Laundry 
Kelly Ida Mrs., seamstress E. Hook, res 2263 Telegraph av 
Kelly James, cooper, res 716 Fifth 

Kelly James F. (Dwyer & Kelly) SE cor Seventh and Castro 
Kelly John, laborer, res 759 Market 
Kelly John, hostler Charles A. McCloud, res NW cor Ninth 

and West 
Kelly John, laborer, res 1658 Sixteenth 
Kelly John B., butcher, res 577 Thirty-fifth 
Kelly John M., machinist Alameda Iron Works, res 552 

East 11th 
Kelly Martin M., boilermaker C. P. E. R., and foreman 

Engine No. 3, Oakland Fire Department, res 1667 

Eighth 
Kelly Mary Miss, res 660 Ninth 

Kelly Michael (Kelly & Co.) and field assistant City Eng- 
ineer, res 660 Ninth 
Kelly Nellie, domestic John Dean, 1339 Alice 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, res 955 Third 
Kelly Patrick T., res 552 East Eleventh 
Kelly S. P., reporter Evening Tribune, res 359 Ninth 
Kelly Thomas, brickmaker G. D. Nagle, res Lake av nr 

Quarry 
Kelly Thomas F., machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 552 

East 11th 
Kellv William, superintendent Government Stable, Presidio, 

res 1093 Third 
Kelly William, tailor, res 850 Franklin 
Kellv William P., carpenter, res 1627 Third 
KELSEY & FLINT (Noah Kelsey and George B. Flint) 

drugs and medicines, 1073 Broadway 
Kelsey Bryant, real estate, res 765 Fourteenth 
Kelsey Charles, capitalist, res 572 Tenth 
Kelsey Etta Miss, res cor Russell and College av, Claremont 
Kelsey Frank B., farmer, res cor Russell and College av, 

Claremont 
Kelsey Harry, student Berkeley Gymnasium , res cor Russell 

and College av, Claremont 
Kelsey Hattie, widow, res cor Russell and College av, Clare- 
mont 
Kelsey House (The) and Cottages, Mrs, H. A. McAllister 

proprietress, SW cor Telegraph av and Twenty-fourth 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 297 

Kelsev Laura Miss, res cor Russell and College av, Clare- 
moDt 

Kelsey Melville, res 765 Fourteenth 

Kelsey Noali (Kelsey & Flint) res 130 Ninth 

Kelton Alanson K., master mariner, res 328 Second 

Kelton Alanson W., clerk, res 328 Second 

Kelton Edme, -waiter Nicholas Williams, res 328 Second 

Kelton Milford G., seaman, res 328 Second 

Kempkey Augustus, salesman (S. F.) res 817 Peralta 

Kendall xllpheus, contractor, res 958 Grove 

Kendall Isabella Miss, dressmaker, res 1453 Broadway 

Kendall Jerome F., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 962 Madison 

Kendall Mary, widow, res 1453 Broadway 

Kendrick A. A., capitalist, res 480 Edwards 

Kendrick Carroll, physician, 1069 Broadway, res 480 Ed- 
wards 

Kendrick Daniel, driver Henry C. Pratt 

Kendrick Daniel P., coal merchant, res 480 Edwards 

Kendrick Joseph J., physician, 1069 Broadway, res Vinzent 
Block 

Kendrick Julian C, physician, 1069 Broadway, res 480 Ed- 
wards 

Kenfield Edgar D., salesman (S. F.) res 571 Caledonia av 

Kenna James, laborer, res 210 Eighth 

Kenna P. J. G., stockbroker (S. F.) res NE cor East 14th 
and Adeline 

Kennealy Jeremiah, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1752 
Telegraph av 

Kennedy Alexander M., barkeej)er Pullman Palace Saloon, 
res Hansa Hotel 

Kennedy Anna, domestic Alanson Coplin 

Kennedy Charles J., carpenter, res N s East Central av nr 
Twenty-fifth av 

Kennedy Charles S., secretary Oakland and Contra Costa 
Road and Tunnel Co., res 1310 Franklin 

Kennedy Daniel, laborer Alameda Iron Works, res St. Louis 
House 

Kennedy Edward, employee C. P. R. R., res 1813 William 

Kennedy Frank, teamster, res N s East 14tli nr Twenty- 
sixth av 

Kennedy James, special policeman, res 1057 Central av 

Kennedy James A., res Kohler-Chase House 

Kennedy James F., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 112 Fifth 

Kennedy John, laborer, res 61 Hannah 

Kennedy Joseph, driver Wingate's Express, res 701 Wash- 
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298 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Kennedy Leonard W., contractor, res 1310 Franklin 
Kennedy Dizzie Mrs., proprietress William Street House, 

1813 William 
Kennedy Mary A. Miss, clerk George A. Blank, res 112 Fifth 
Kennedy Michael, laborer, res 953 Third 
Kennedy Patrick M., carpenter, res 112 Fifth 
Kennedy Philip, laborer C. P. E. R., res 1655 Pacific 
Kennedy Robert, hostler A. W. May, res 607 East 14th 
Kennedy Thomas, horseshoer John Casey, res 1808 Grove 
Kenned}^ Thomas, watchman, res 61 Hannah 
Kennedy William, butcher P. J. Gerhardy, res NE cor Sixth 

and Broadway 
Kennedy William, dairy, N s East Central av nr Twenty- 
fifth av 
Kennedy William "V., molder, res 112 Fifth 
Kennedy William W., miner, res 230 Central av 
Kenner Joseph A., clerk Chief of Police, res 738 Linden 
Kenney George H., printer, res 536 Caledonia av 
Kenney James, laborer, res 451 B 
Kenney Joseph, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., res 458 

Eighth 
Kenney Mary T., widow, furnished rooms, 807 Washington 
Kenney M. H. Mrs., widow, res 222 Ninth 
Kenney Michael, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co., res 1602 

Atlantic 
Kenney Walter A., bookkeeper Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 

222 Ninth 
Kennison Fred, clerk Walker & Strong, res W s Webster nr 

John 
Kennison Joseph L., bricklayer, res W s Webster nr John 
Kenny Bernard, laborer, res 1566 Third 
Kenny Martin, gardener, res 2134 Union 
Kenny Mary Miss, with A. Stein, res 1511 Seventh 
Kent Alexander J., painter, res 936 Thirty-sixth, Temescal 
Kent Alice, nurse, res N s East 27th nr Fruit Yale av, Fruit 

Vale 
Kent Daniel M., mining secretary (S.F.) res 1313 Eleventh av 
Kent I. B. Miss, teacher Irving Grammar School, res 950 

Filbert 
Kent Richard B., carpenter, res N s Merced av nr Shattuck 

av, Temescal 
Kent Richard F., res 522 Tenth 
Kent Thomas R., clerk (S. F.) res 531 East 14th 
Kent William, wines and liqiiors, NE cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Keon James W., bartender, res 572 Tenth 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 299 

Kerclieyal John H., bookkeeper C.P.R.K., res 1314 Franklin 
Kern Frederick, contractor and builder, res 14(16 Fifth 
Kerns John B., laborer C. P. R. R., res 1375 Fifteenth 
Kerr Eugene M. . carpenter, res S s East 16th bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth avs 
Kerr L. C, engineer C. P. E. E. 
Kerr N. B., Mrs., teacher Lincoln Grammar School, res 

920 Sixth ay 
Kerrigan Ambrose, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kerrigan Ann, widow, res 667 Seventh 
Kerrigan Martin, gardener, res 1612 Magnolia 
Kerrigan Patrick J. (P. J. Kerrigan & Co.) res 259 Central 



Kerrigan P. J. & Co. (Patrick J. Kerrigan and Ferdinand 

Fetzer) artesian well borers, 912 Broadway 
Kersch Francis, res SW cor Kennedy and Livingston, E. O. 
Kershaw Anna, widow, res 856 Harrison 
Kershaw Charles F., clerk S. F. Laundry Association, res 

856 Harrison 
Kervain James, plasterer, res 513 Ninth 
Kesler James W., special policeman, res 1207 Franklin 
Kester Levi B., manufacturer syrups (S. F.) res 1773 Divi- 
sion 
Ketterer Andrew, brewer Washington Brewery, res 823 

Kirkham 
Keyes James, butcher, 1465 Seventh, res 1454 Fifth 
Keyes John, car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1506 Fifth 
Keyes Merlin, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 1216 

Eighth 
Keys Gilbert S-, commission merchant (S. F.) res 1068 

Fourteenth ;*5 

Keys E. S. H., physician, res Centennial House g 

Kidd George W., teamster (S. F.) res 361 Fifth J? 

Kidney Maurice, carpenter Jordan Bros., res Capitol Hotel p- 
Kiefer Leopold, millwright, res 370 East Eleventh 
Kilborn Alden D., engineer C. P. E. E., res 1560 Seventh w 
Kiley Thomas, painter Patrick Sheehan, res 758 Brush B- 

Killion James, laborer, res S s Center nr Third S 

Killolin Bridget, domestic W. C. Bartlett, 477 Prospect \ ^ 

Kilpatrick E. C, principal Temescal District School, res S i g 

s Minna nr Telegraph av, Temescal ^ 

Kilpatrick William, bookkeeper Samm's Flouring Mills, res '"^ 

661 Grove 
Kim Lung (Chinese) laundry, SW cor Clay and Eighth 
Kimball Albert A., carpenter, res 1361 Broadway 
Kimball Charles, carpenter, res 657 Grove 



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Kimball Delia Mrs., res 1355 Telegraph av 

Kimball James H., proprietor American Eestaurant, 1053 
Thirteenth av 

Kimball Jane Mrs. res 1603 Brush 

Kimball Mary S. Miss, principal Swett School, res NE cor 
East 20th and Twelfth av 

Kimball Minnie T. Miss, teacher Durant School, res 466 
Plymouth av 

Kimball Thomas L., mining engineer, res 1271 Ninth av 

Kimpfel Frank, cabinetmaker Charles L. Taylor, res 504 
Fifteenth 

Kincaid William, boilermaker C. P. E. K., res 815 Magnolia 

Kindergarten School, Ruth E. Allen teacher, 827 Fourteenth 

Kindgren Charles W., painter, res 1922 Linden 

Kinerk John, laborer, res Union Hotel 

King & Mount (Thomas J. King and J. Harvey Mount) pro- 
duce and poultr}', 1-5 City Market 

King Achilles P., res 766 Eighteenth 

King Adelbert W., cigarraaker (S. F.) res 1724 Eighth 

King Annie, domestic M. W. Holmes, 673 Twenty-fifth 

King Charles J. (C. James King of Wm. & Co., S. F.) res 
680 Eighteenth 

King E. T., car cleaner C. P. R. R., res S. F. 

King Frank, res 1835 Linden 

King Frank, laborer, res 220 Ellen 

King George C, stationery, cigars and tobacco, junction 
Broadway and San Pablo av, res 766 Eighteenth 

King George W., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1712 Eighth 

King Henry C, carpenter, res SW cor Eighth and Chester 

King Henry J., confectioner George A. Blank, res 617 
Tenth, rear 

King Henry L. Jr., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 770 Tenth 

King Howard, cigarmaker, res 308 Seventh 

King Jerome B., upholsterer, 700 Chester 

King John C, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 

King John H., barber, 591 East Central av 

King John N., hay, grain, wood and coal, 1656-1658 San 
Pablo av, res 1437 San Pablo av 

King J. L., carpenter, res 914 Pine 

King Louisa AV., widow, res 617 Tenth, rear 

King Malcolm G., civil engineer and surveyor, 1004 Broad- 
way, res 1319 Eleventh av 

King Manuel, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 1214 Six- 
teenth av 

King Marcus L., ses 1054 Third 

King Mary Mrs., 620 Sixteenth 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 301 

King Matthew, nurseryman and florist, N s Twenty-fifth bet 

Telegraph av and Broadway 
KING MICHAEL Rev., pastor Church of the Immaculate 

Conception, res 616 Seventh 
King Michael, hostler El Dorado Stable, res 1010 Franklin 
King Michael, laborer, res 818 Kirkham 
King Milo F., carpenter and builder, res 308 Seventh 
King Nelson, clerk J. N, King, res 1437 San Pablo av 
King Kobert, carpenter, res 1178 Sixteenth av 
King Thomas B., cooper, res 1265 Center 
King Thomas J. (King & Mount) res 1016 Chestnut 
King Wallace B., foreman pile driver C. P. R. P., res 883 

Bay 
King Walter, blacksmith, res Winter's Hotel 
King William, butcher Grayson, Harrell & Co., res Koff's 

Hotel 
King William A., wharfinger (S. F.) res 1914 Myrtle 
King Wiliam L., with John N. King, res Wilcox House 
King William O., carpenter, res 1724 Eighth 
Kingsbury Hubert M., clerk James K. Smallman, res 1326 

Eighth av 
Kingman John, shoefitter, res 856 Alice 
Kingman Myra V. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res 856 

Alice 
Kingshott Henry P., carpenter, res 915 Third 
Kingsland Thomas G., agent Starr & Co., foot Franklin and 

proprietor Blake House, W s Washington bet Tenth 

and Eleventh 
Kingsland W. J., res Blake House 
Kingston Charles, laborer, res 972 Third 
Kingston Edward, butcher, res N s Forty-fifth nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Kingston Pichard, artesian well borer, res 1010 Fifth 
Kingston Thomas, butcher, NW cor Forty-second and Tele- 
graph av, res N s Forty -fifth nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Kinkade Letitia Miss, teacher Irving Grammar school, res 

NE cor Broadway and Central av 
Kinkead Elizabeth B., widow, res 364 Second 
Kinnear John S., foreman sash and blind department Oak- 
land Planing Mills, res 1712 Linden 
Kinney Pobert S., solicitor (S. F.) res 1727 Thirteenth 
Kinsey Charles W. (Lyon & Kinsey) res 1018 Clay 
Kinsey Frances, res 1018 Clay 

Kinsey Thomas, pressman (S. F.) res 1222 Fourteenth 
Kipke Charles, miller Samm's Flouring Mills, res NE cor 

Fourth and Clay 



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302 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Kipp Mary, domestic Aaron M. Burns, SE cor College and 

Vernon avs 
Klrchheiner Henry, candy manufacturer, 1253 Telegraph. 

av, res 486 Edwards 
Kircbheiner John H., candy manufacturer, 629 East Cen- 
tral av 
Klrchheiner Peter F. G., candy manufacturer John H. 

Klrchheiner, res 629 East Central av 
Kirchhoff Albert, driver Fredericksburg Brewery, res SE 

cor Fifteenth and Clay 
Kirchhoff Charles, clerk John H. Mitchell, res NW cor 

Fifth and Castro 
Kirchner Herman, manager Hansa Hotel, 1725 Seventh 
Kirchner John, carpenter, res 658 Twenty-sixth 
Kirk Alfred W., telegraph operator, res 1110 Fourteenth 
Kirk George, meterman Oakland Gas Light Co., res 621 

Sixth 
Kirk George A. (Clayton & Kirk) res 369 Fifth 
Kirk John H., chemist, res 814 Myrtle 
Kirk N. L., carpenter, res 1408 Tenth, rear 
KIRK OWEN C, plumber and gasfitter, 315 East Cen- 
tral av 
Kirk William, architect, 954 Broadway, res 1110 Fourteenth 
Kirkham Joseph W., capitalist, res 58 Eisrhth 
Kirkland Alexander W., clerk (S. F.) res 763 Eighth 
KirklandD. W., pharmacist E. P. Sanford, res 763 Eighth 
Kirkland J. Mrs., res 763 Eighth 
Kirkland John N., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 763 Eighth 
Kirkland Joseph, canvasser, res 527 Seventh 
Kirkland Joseph B., railroad agent (S.F.) res Kohler-Chase 

House 
Kirkman Ella Miss, res 710 Thirty-fourth 
Kirkman William H., student, res 710 Thirty-fourth 
Kirkpatrick George, messenger American District Telegraph 

Co., res 624 Third 
KIRKPATRICK ROBERT R., agent Continental Oil and 

Transportation Co., office and res 714 Castro 
Kirry Walter, blacksmith Galvin & Lebrecht, res Winter's 

Hotel 
Kirschuer Jacob, salesman L. & A. Crocker, res Hartman 

House 
Kish Albert, tailor, 403 Central av, res 817 Henry 
Kitchen John, porter (S. F.) res 1361 Central av 
Kitchen Thomas, coachman A. W. Bowman, res Piedmont 
KitzF. R., res 618 Fifth 
Kitz Franz, clerk Leon Hershberg & Co., res S. F. 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 303 

Klaxell William, watchman Philadelphia Steam Dyeing 

Works, res 833 Washington 
Klecak Antone, cook Martin Siars, res 1254 San Pablo av 
Klee Henry, driver Oakland Brewery, res NE cor Telegraph 

ay and Durant 
Kleemann Otto, architect, res 1009 Twenty-sixth 
Kleemann William, furnishing goods (S. F.) res 862 Camp- 
bell 
Klemm Jacob P., gardener H. Latham, res SE cor Jackson 

and Lake 
Kleupfer Frederick A., plasterer, res 224 Fourth 
Kleupfer Frederick A. Jr., res 224 Fourth 
Klewisch J. Otto, stockbroker (8. F.) res 1618 Eighth 
Kley Christopher, carpenter and builder (S. F.) res 1011 

Kirkham 
Klinclaus Laura Miss, dressmaker, res 1622 San Pablo av 
Kline David, cashier B. V, Keichenberg, res 309 Eighth 
Klinesmidt Carl, lauudryman Contra Costa Laundry 
KMngeberg Charles, seaman, res 553 Second 
Klose Christian A., res 417 East 14th 

Kluegel Charles H., draftsman (S. F.) res 1059 Fourteenth 
Kluegel Edward A., accountant, res 1132 Adeline 
Kluegel Ferdinand, capitalist, res 1132 Adeline 
Klumpp & Allard (Frederick Klumpp and Alder Allard) car- 
riage and wagon makers, 421 Third 
Klumpp Frederick (Klumpp & Allard) res 714 First 
Knapp Edwin G., law student (S. F.) res 1382 Webster 
Knapp H. Mrs., res 659 Twenty-fourth 
Knapp Sewell, merchant, res 1382 Webster 
KnatchbuU-Hugessen Lucy, widow, res 808 Jackson 
Kneale Benjamin, blacksmith and wagon maker, junction 
Telegraph and Claremont avs, res E s Claremont av nr 
Summer 
Kneibe Charles, extraman Felton Engine Co. No. 2, Oakland 

Fire Department, res 468 Sixth 
KNEIPP OTTO, proprietor Snug Saloon, 422 Eleventh, res 

259 Central av 
Knight Allen A., bank teller (S. F.) res 1300 Webster 
Knight Edward A., clerk Taylor & Lohse, res NE cor Thir- 
teenth and Franklin 
Knight Elizabeth A., widow, res 533 Frederick 
Knight F. Lucien, mechanic (S. F.) res 1710 Central av 
Knight Frederick W., contractor and builder, res 543 Charter 
Knight Nehemiah R., clerk (S. F.) res N s East 27th nr 

Twenty -first av. Highland Park 
Knight Samuel, res 533 Frederick 



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304 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Knight Samuel, student Oakland Business College 
Knightly Thomas, laborer C. P. K. K., res SWcor Kennedy 

and Dennison, E. O. 
Knight William H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1300 Webster 
Knight William L., conductor C. P. K. R., res 1516 Eighth 
Knights of Pythias Halls, 1056 Broadway and 764 East Cen- 
tral av 
Knipe Henry F., res 662 East 18th 

Knoch August, gasfitter Dalziel & Moller, res 1454 Cen- 
tral av 
Knoch Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1454 Central av 
Knoche Henry, groceries (S. F.) res 1446 Filbert 
Knoll John, proprietor Zimmerman's Park, NE cor Second 

and Harrison 
Knowles Charles H., carpenter, res N s Seventh nr Pine 
KNOWLES F. E. & CO. (Frederick E. Knowles, Abel Hos- 
mer and George Green) granite woiks, SW cor Seventh 
and Castro 
Knowles Frederick E. (F. E. Knowles & Co.) res 653 Seventh 
Knowles George H., res SE cor Eighteenth av and East 15th 
Knowles J., boiler riveter C. P. R. R. 
Knowles J. N., master mariner, res Tubbs Hotel 
Knowles Josiah N., commission merchant (S. F.) res NE 

cor Jacksnn and Fifteenth 
Knowles Samuel E., dentist (S. F.) res 914 Chester 
Knowles William A., carpenter and builder, 364 Thirteenth 
Knowles William A., dentist (S. F.) res 955 Fifth av 
Knox Henry E., dentist (S.F.) res 480 Merrimac 
KNOX ISRAEL W., treasurer Oakland R. R. Co., 921 

Broadway, and iron founder (S. F.) res 534 Knox pi 
Knox Justus, res 534 Knox pi 
Knox Oscar, res 1065 Fifth av 
Knox Thomas R., shorthand reporter, 859 Broadway rooms 

. 17-18, res 1416 Castro 
Knudsen P. J., merchandize broker (S. F.) res 964 Kirkham 
Knupfer Frederick, maltster Oakland Brewery, res 1510 

Broadway 
Koch Frederick, laundryman Berkeley Laundry 
Koch Gottlieb, carpenter, res S s Forth-sixth nr Shattuck 

av, Temescal 
Koch Jacob, laundryman Berkeley Laundry 
Koch William D., res 1020 Chester 
Kocin Nicholas, mining, res 216 Haven 
Kock Peter (Schultz & Kock) res NW cor Forty-fifth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Koehler James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 



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OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 305 

KOENECKE HENRY, boots and shoes, 914 Broadway, 

res 1775 San Pablo av 
Koenig Edward J., teacher (S. F.) res 1518 Fifth 
Koenig Ferdinand, saloon (S. F.) resNE cor Thirteenth and 

Willow 
Koenig Henry, painter, res 825 Lydia 
Koenig L. A., notary public and commissioner deeds, 1002 

Broadway, res 1061 Alice 
Kofod James, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 1616 Fifteenth 
KOHLER & CHASE (Andrew Kohler and Quincy A. Chase) 

pianos, music and musical instruments, 951 AVashington 
Kohler Andrew (Kohler & Chase) res S. F. 
Kohler-Chase Block, NW cor Ninth and Washington 
Kohler-Chase House, Mrs. C. F. Ellsworth proprietress, NW 

cor Ninth and Washington 
KOHLER E. F., wines and liquors, 1502 Seventh, res 857 

Chester 
Kohler Frederick, proprietor Brooklyn Laundry, 1070 Four- 
teenth av 
Kohler H. Mrs. , laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler Joseph, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry 
Kohler Sophie, domestic 310 East 17th 
KOHLER WILLLUVr, liquor saloon, 459 Seventh, res NE 

cor Seventh and Webster 
KOHLER'S BLOCK, 1502-1514 Seventh 
Kohn Leopold, salesman Greenhood Brothers, res 1053 

Broadway 
Kolb Joseph, manufacturer tables, res 1200 Seventh 
Kopp Annie Mrs., laundryman Chevanton & Calou, res 1916 

San Pablo av 
Kornahreus Jacob, clerk, res 410 Tenth 
Kosta & Co. (Samuel and Frank Kosta) oyster and chop 

house, 469 Seventh 
Kosta Frank (Kosta & Co.) res 861 Henry 
Kosta Samuel (Kosta & Co.) res Franklin bet Sixth and 

Seventh 
Koster Hermann, groceries and liquors, 719 Webster 
Kowalsky Isaac, shoemaker (S. F.) res 716 Webster 
Kraft Adam, cigarmaker Opitz & Bartels, res 561 Fifth 
Kraft Edward, student, res Kohler-Chase House 
Ki-aft Ernest, carpenter, res 655 Madison 
KRAFT GEORGE, wines and liquors, 858 Washington 
Kraft George H., student, res Kohler-Chase House 
Kraft Julius A., draftsman (S. F.) res 1202 Fourteenth 
Krag Frederick W., confectioner, 1809 Seventh 



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306 OAKLAND [ K ] DIRECTORY. 

Krambs Frederick, tailor, res 770 Madison 

KRAMM & DIEVES (Charles Kramm and Joseph Dieves) 

proprietors Oakland Brewery, NE cor Telegraph av and 

Durant 
Kramm Charles (Kramm & Dieves) res 1414 Telegraph av 
Krattiger Jacob, barkeeper, res 466 Seventh 
Kreger Charles, blacksmith, res 1644 Myrtle 
Kreiss Charles, teamster, res 1553 West 
Kreiss L. & Co. (Louis Kreiss) furniture and upholstery, 

963-965 Washington 
Kreiss Louis (L. Kreiss & Co.) res 584 Twentieth 
Kreiss Louis, watchman Samm's Flouring Mills, res 516 

Second 
Kreker Jacob (Stack & Co.) res 316 Seventh 
Krepper Brothers (Philip and Nicholas Krepper) locksmiths 

and cutlers, 420 Eleventh 
Krepper Nicholas (Krepper Brothers) 420 Eleventh 
Krepper Philip (Krepper Brothers) res 1502 Broadway 
Kretz Anton, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res E s Twentieth 

av bet East 14th and East 15th 
Kreutzfeldt Charles, clerk Diedrich Jagels, res SW cor Fifth 

and Lewis 
Kreutzfeldt Simon, railroadman, res 1675 Atlantic 
Kreyenhagen Edward, res 456 Sixth 
Krickau Peter, machinist (S. F.) res 715 Nineteenth 
KRIECHBAUM GEORGE H., dentist Eoberts & Hibbard, 

res 1921 Market 
Kriechbaum John G., physician, res 1921 Market 
Kringelbach Otto, business agent, office SW cor Seventh 

and Washington, res 1066 Kirkham 
Kroeger Adolphe, saloon keeper, res 830 Clay 
Kroll William F. (Martin & Kroll) res 568 Sixth 
Kron Oscar J., clerk (S. F.) res 1160 Eighth 
Krueger Aug., engraver Pacific Press, res 1059 Castro 
Kruger Ferclinand, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 821 Magnolia 
Kruger W. H. (Brickell & Kruger) res Truckee, Cal 
Kruttschnitt August M., res 460 Fifth 
Kruttschnitt August M. Mrs., midwife, res 460 Fifth 
Kruttschnitt Eugene, photographer Mathieu Schramm, res 

460 Fifth 
Krytser John, capitalist, res 1202 Eighth 
Kucks Claus H., saloon (S. F.) res 919 Fifth 
Kuenzi John R., wood turner (S. F.) res 411 Ninth 
Kuerzel Robert, cigarmaker, res 716 First 
Kuhnle Frederick (Fischel & Co.) res 564 Seventh 
Kumpf Peter, tinner John G. Anderson, res 1947 Filbert 



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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 307 

Kunish Herman, laborer H. P. Livermore, res corMcAdam 

and Fourth av 
Kupferschlager Catchen Miss, governess James Moffitt, res 

NW cor Twenty-second and Webster 
Kurth C. A., gardener, res 365 Ninth 
Kurtz B. C, canvasser (S. F.) res W s Washington bet 

Central av and Thirteenth 
Kurze Henry, tinsmith, res 818 East Central av 
Kuss Peter N., painter, res 563 Charter 
Kutnow A. Miss, teacher German Golden Gate Academv, 

res S. F. 
Kyer Charles J., painter, res 515 Elm 
Kyer John E., engineer, res 1404 Tenth 
Kyte George D., molder, res 1743 Myrtle 
Kyte James C, carpenter, res 1743 Myrtle 



La Caisse Generale (of Paris, France) E. A. Heron agent, 

422 Central av 
La Confiance Insurance (fire, of Paris) Doe, Griffin & Sea- 
man agents, 958 Broadway 
La Febre M. D. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 1117 Ninth av 
La Fevre Peter, laborer, res 807 Harrison 
La France Uldric, bricklayer, res St. Louis House 
La Grange Annette Miss, general delivery clerk Post Office, 

res 489 Twenty-fourth 
La Grange J. A. Mrs., widow, res 489 Twenty-fourth 
La Malfa Joseph F., manufacturer water filters, 471 Ninth 
La Perle Edward, blacksmith, res 371 Fourth 
La Perle Felix, blacksmith, res SW cor Forty-fifth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
La Perle Horace, engineer Hickok & Son, res 369 Fourth 
La Eonche Maria, widow, res 529 Second 
La Rose Bertha, widow, res 1061 Grove 
Laage William, confectioner H. Hickethier, res 418 Cen- 
tral av 
Lachlan Maria E. Miss, teacher Cole School; res S. F. 
Laclede House, 1116 Broadwey 

Lacomber Peter, caterer, res N s Twenty-first nr Market 
Lacy Thomas J. P., civil engineer, res 118 Ninth 
Ladd A. W. P., clerk A. B. Webster, res 612 East Cen- 
tral av 
Ladies' Home Journal, Hiram Morse publisher, office 1115 
Broadway and room 3 Chronicle Building, S. F. 



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308 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Ladies' Relief Society Home, S s Linden nr Broadway, Te- 
mescal 

Lafayette Primary School, Miss A. F. Aldrich principal, W 
s Jefferson bet Eleventh and Central av 

Lafferty Dennis H., butcher Owen Lafferty, res 362 First 

Lafferty Mary, widow, res 518 Sixth 

Lafferty Owen, proprietor People's Market, 461 Third, res 
res 362 First 

liAFIiECHE GEORGE T., proprietor Capital House, 552 
Broadway 

Lafleur Frederick, bookkeeper J. Lusk & Co., res Shattuck 
av nr Temescal Creek, Temescal 

Lafon Marcus, furnished rooms, Vinzent Block 

Lagoria John, laborer, res 627 Myrtle 

Lagoria Louis (Camilloni & Co. and Camilloni, Selna & La- 
goria) res 657 Myrtle 

Lahr George, plumber, res 275 B 

Lahr Peter, shoemaker Charles W. Connor, res 275 B 

Laidlaw Alexander, clerk Walter Laidlaw, res 730 Sixth 

Laidlaw Frank, clerk, res 730 Sixth 

Laidlaw Horace, medical student, res 730 Sixth 

Laidlaw Murray, clerk Walter Laidlaw, res 730 Sixth 

IiAIDLAW WALTER, proprietor Mendocino Lumber Yard, 
SE cor Seventh and Brush, res 730 Sixth 

Lake Edward H., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 1625 
Grove 

Lake Fred E., compositor Daily Times Job Office, res 1625 
Grove 

Lake Martha, widow, res 1633 Market 

Lake Merritt Boat House, O. B. Fenner proprietor, Cen- 
tral av on Lake Merritt 

Lake Thomas, clerk Porter Brothers & Wing, res 514 Fif- 
teenth 

Lake William, messenger American District Telegraph Co., 
res 1633 Market 

Lalley Bartholomew, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lalola Antonio, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lalola Luigi, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lamb Edward, helper Oakland Gas Light Co., res 568 
Second 

Lamb Horace C, carpenter and builder, res W s Maple bet 
Temescal and Birch, Temescal 

Lamb Isaac, clerk A. Lippman 

Lamb James, butcher Victor Gilardin, res 760 East 14th 

Lamb James, fish peddler, res 1208 Seventeenth av 

Lamb John, carpenter, res 760 East 14th 



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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 309 

Lamb John, harnessmaker Edward Fitzpatrick, res 760 East 
14th 

Lamb Lillie, photograph colorer, res 489 Prospect 

Lamb Maggie Mrs., res S s Summer nr Adeline, Temescal 

Lamb Olive Mrs., widow, res 489 Prospect 

Lamb Peter, painter, res 972 East 21st 

Lamb Samuel, clerk Abraham Lippman, res Orr House 

Lamb William, butcher Lemuel Wilson, res NE cor Seven- 
teenth av and East Fourteenth 

Lambacher Henry, clerk PaulJ. Reillj, res 718 Seventh 

Lamballot Louis, boarding, Old County Road nr Fruit 
Vale av 

Lambert Benjamin, paperhanger McGovern & Cahill, res 
463 Tenth 

Lambert James, res 463 Tenth 

Lambert Joseph, proprietor Three-mile House, res W s San 
Pablo av nr San Pablo Station 

Lambert William, superintendent California Northern Rail- 
way, res 1317 Linden 

Lamberty John, bakery, W s Telegraph av nr Forty -fifth, 
Temescal 

Lamey George, shipcarpenter C. P.R. R., res S. F. 

Lamke Martin, with H. Engelbrecht (S. F.) res 166 Tenth 

Lamont Wellington H., attorney-at-law, res 1421 Fifteenth 

Lamott Anthony, salesman M. Brink, res 1573 Seventh 

Lamoureux Amable, carpenter, res 244 Hannah 

Lamoureux August, gardener Henry Wetherby, res NW cor 
East 14th and Fruit Vale av 

Lamoureux Philias H., bookkeeper Remillard Brick Co., res 
560 Second 

Lamoureux Theophile, vii3e-president Remillard Brick Co., 
res 961 Clay 

Lamp Chris. W^. (Harwood & Lamp) res E s Redwood av. 
Fruit Vale 

Lamp Philip, dairyman Harwood <fc Lamp, res E s Redwood 
av. Fruit Vale 

Lampard Augustus E., cook, res 373 Second 

Lamping James, carriagemaker Durham & Bufifett, res 1317 
Harrison 

Lamping Peter A., constable, 468 Eighth, res 1317 Harri- 
son 

Lampire Augustus, cook G. C Fisher, 867 Washington 

Lamson Eliza Mrs., boarding and lodging, 1860 William 

Lamsou George F., auctioneer (S. F.) res 728 Eighth 

Lamson Henry, joiner C. P. R. R., res 1860 William 

Lancaster H., fireman C. P. R. R. 



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310 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lancaster H. B. Mrs., res 1765 Division 
Lancaster Henry, vegetableman Owen Lajfferty, res 751 Cas- 
tro 
Lancaster Thomas, merchant tailor (S. F.) res 962 Third 
Landers William J., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1951 Grove 
Landon William W. , bookkeeper F. Barnard & Co., res 856 

Harrison 
Landrigan Dennis, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alca- 

traz av 
Landrigan James, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alca- 

traz av 
Landrigan John, laborer, res 416 Seventh 
Lane C. S., dentist, 1207 Broadway, res 513Delger 
LANE C. W., proprietor Omnibus Line, office Post Office 

Building, res Lake Shore av nr Brooklyn 
Lane E. K. Miss, teacher, res 965 Castro 
Lane G. E., joiner C P. E. E. 
Lane James, farmer, res S s East 14th bet Tevis and Lane, 

Fruit Vale 
Lane Mary Miss, tailoress O. P. Hansen, res 818 Twenty- 
first 
Lane Thomas, gasfitter (S. F.) res S s East 14th bet Tevis 

and Lane, Fruit Yale 
Lane Timothy, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Lane William, hay and grain, SE cor Central av and Market, 

res 965 Castro 
LANE'S OMNIBUS LINE, C. W. Lane proprietor, office 

Post Office Building 
Laneham Joseph W., hostler, res 703 Twenty-eighth 
Lang Frankie M., widow, res 955 Fifth av 
Lang George E., contractor and builder, res 612 East 14th 
Lang Henry, laborer, res 665 East Central av 
Lang John, gardener W. C. Bartlett, 477 Prospect 
Lang Winifred, domestic Albert A. West, 1977 Webster 
Langan George W. (White & Langan) attorn ey-at-law, 856 

Broadway, res 360 Eighth 
Langbehn Peter, teamster J. Homer Fitch, res S s Summer 

nr San Pablo av, Temescal 
Langdon Frank S., brakeman C. P. E. E., res 12 Pearson's 

Eow 
Langdon Frederick W., res 1622 Fourteenth 
Langdon Sheldon W., car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1622 

Fourteenth 
Langdon Thomas, bootmaker, 1616 Telegraph av 
Lange Frederick W., agent California Cracker Co., 1025 

Chester, res 1034 Peralta 



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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 311 

Lange George A., foreman Oakland Chemical Steam Dyeing 
Works, res 414 Fourteenth 

Langeneckert J. F., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 

Langford Thomas, cigars and tobacco, 1768 Seventh, res 
West Oakland House 

Langham Charles E., salesman (S. F.) res 1362 Eighth 

Langley Charles F., drugs (S. F.) res 156 East Central av 

Langley Frank N., farmer, res 936 Willow 

Langley Frank W., machinist (S. F.) res 936 Willow 

Langley Laban, farmer, res 1414 Ninth 

Langley Melana, widow, res 156 East Central av 

Langlois Anthony Eev., chaplain St. Joseph's Academy, 159 
Fifth 

Lanne Flora, widow, res 516 Sixth, rear 

Lannon Bernard, collector Contra Costa Water Co., res 1512 
Fifth 

Lansing Garrett L., clerk C. P. R. E. (S. F.) res 122 
Ninth 

Lansing Mary R., widow, res 122 Ninth 

Lapham John P., mining (S. F.) res 1169 Tenth av 

Laport Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Larkin & Harrington (Thomas P. Larkin and John Harring- 
ton) butchers, SW cor Telegraph av and Forty-ninth, 
Temescal 

Larkin Benjamin, painter C. P. R. R., and extraman Relief 
Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, 
res 366 Third 

Larkin Ellen Miss, res W s Telegraph av nr Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Larkin H. C Miss, teacher Temescal District School, res S 
s Forty-ninth nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Larkin Martha, cook Blake House 

Larkin Thomas P. (Larkin & Harrington) res SW cor Tele- 
graph av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Laroche E. Mrs., dressmaker, res 666 Thirty-fourth 

Larrabee George T., clerk, res 769 Jefferson 

Larrabee James O,, mechanic C. B. Rice, res 1073 Thir- 
teenth av 

Larsen & Lausten (Peter Larsen and Charles Lausten) coffee 
saloon, 405 Seventh 

Larsen Andrew, painter, res 812 Fifteenth 

Larsen Charles J., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 1310 
Market 

Larsen Henry, hostler Piedmont Springs Hotel 

Larsen Lee A., teamster The Thomas Coal Yard, res Capitol 
Hotel 



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312 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Larsen Niels, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res Amador 

Hotel 
Larsen Peter (Larsen & Lausten) res 831 Franklin 
Larson Annie Mrs., seamstress Contra Costa Laundry 
Larue James, real estate, res 662 East Central av 
Larue John, capitalist, res 662 East Central av 
Larue Lucas B., res 814 East 15th 
Lascombe Eugene, basket manufactory and fancy goods and 

jewelry, 877 Washineton 
Lass Christian, master mariner, res 1661 Lincoln 
Latch John P., painter Charles E. Eutherford, res 1379 

Broadway 
Latchford Katie, domestic 1326 Fourth av 
Lathrop Frank H., res 955 Grove 

Lathrop Solomon, jeweler, 1059 Broadway, res 959 Jefferson 
Latimer Bros. (E. J. and J. Stanley Latimer) fruits, groceries 

and feed, 1220 Market 
Latimer J. Stanley (Latimer Bros.) res 1220 Market 
Latimer John T., res 1212 Magnolia 
Latimer Eichard J. (Latimer Bros.) res 1220 Market 
Latimer Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
LATON BENJAMIN B., agent Liverpool and London and 

Globe Insurance Co., 906 Broadway, res 1073 Central ay 
Laton George A., clerk B. B. Layton, res 1073 Central av 
Laton Jerome B., brakeman C. P. E. E., res 1053 Thir- 
teenth av 
Latty William, laborer John H. Medau, res County Eoad, 

Hays Valley 
LAUDEN M. K., proprietor Oakland Business College, 377 

Central av, res 404 Central av 
Lauer Joseph W., veterinary surgeon, office NE cor Alice 

and Eighth, res Second bet Franklin and Webster 
Lauer Martin, miner, res 703 Harrison 
Laughland William, stair builder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

657 Madison 
Laumeister Herman F., butcher, res 319 Seventh 
Lauphus Charles, porter (S. F.) res 1153 Seventh 
Laursen Michael, manufacturer Turbine Windmill, 701 

Adeline 
Lausten Charles (Larsen & Lausten) res 831 Franklin 
Lausten Hans, waiter Larsen & Lausten, res 1727 Myrtle 
Lausten Laust C, gardener, res 1727 Myrtle 
Lauterwasser F. P., capitalist, res 572 Tenth 
Lautz Clemens, clerk, res NE cor Tenth and Franklin 
Lavorel Pierre, cook Pagge Brothers, res ( 61 Third 
Lawler John J., car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1714 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 313 

Lawlor Daniel, laborer, res 655 Jefferson 

Lawlor William M., physician and surgeon, 404 Central av, 

res 528 Ninth 
Lawrence DeWitt C, proprietor Oakhmd Press, res 1691 

Seventh 
Lawrence Edward E., manager Hayes, Carrick & Co., res 

W s San Pablo av nr Peabody's Lane 
Lawrence Frederick, butcher Martin Samson, res 1301 Pe- 

ralta 
Lawrence Frederick, cook, res N s School House Eoad nr 

Fruit Vale av 
Lawrence Haver, dairyman Lewis Lawrence, res N s School 

House Koad nr Fruit Vale av 
Lawrence Harry H., clerk William C. Mason, res 266 East 

14th 
Lawrence Henry H-, assistant assayer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 

N s East 27th nr Twenty-first av, Highland Park 
Lawrence John, laborer C. P. K. R., res 12 Pearson's Row 
Lawrence John H. (Robinson & Lawrence) res 307 Seventh 
Lawrence Joseph, clerk, res 360 Third 
Lawrence Joseph, laborer, res 915 East 15th 
Lawrence Lewis, dair}-, N s School House Road nr Fruit 

Vale av 
Lawrence Nathaniel, res E s Adeline bet Thirty-second and 

Thirty-fourth 
Lawrence Robert E., joiner C. P. R. R. 
liAWRIE A. G., searcher of records, 812 Broadway, res 1017 

Jackson 
Lawrie Robert, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 600 Twelfth 
Laws Frederick U., mechanical engineer, res 864 Chester 
Laws James, liquors, West End Hotel 
Lawson Alfred B. (Hirshberg & Lawson) res 764 Sixth 
Lawson Charles, driver Eagle Box Factory, res 657 Jefferson 
LAWTON ISRAEL, attorney-at-law, 1004 Broadway, res 

1207 Castro 
Lawton James, lauudryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lawton John, poultry ranch, NE cor Ninth av and East 25th 
Lawton William D., law student, 1004 Broadway, res 1207 

Castro 
Lawyer Mary Mrs., res 517 Ninth 
Law^'er Perry, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Lay Anson, upholsterer Lyon & Kinsey, res 912 Washington 
Lay ton Jane Mrs., proprietress Star House, 1803 Seventh 
Layton Reuben P. (Layton, Thayer & Co.) res 1269 Castro 
LAYTON, THAYER & CO. (Reuben P. Layton and Clarence 

C. Thayer) real estate agents and auctioneers, 477 Ninth 



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314 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lazzari S., waiter, res 462 Ninth 

Le Ballister Thomas W., blacksmith Walter Blair, res 462 

East Central av 
Le Beau Ilinski, upholsterer, res 374 First 
Le Blond Amedee, carpenter, res 615 Franklin 
Le Clair Sarah, widow, res 1206 Thirtieth 
Le Clair Theodore, clerk, res 1206 Thirtieth 
Le Conte L. J., civil engineer (S. F.) res 961 Jackson 
Le Cure D. J., res 606 Eighteenth 

Le Fort Edward, janitor City Hall, res 1460 Telegraph av 
Le Gro Isaiah, engineer C. P. K. R., res 1008 Wood 
Le Noir Nathaniel L., salesman (S. F.) res 223 Third 
Le Prince Peter, driver Oakland R. R., res E s Telegraph 

av nr Birch, Temescal 
Le Yoyer Rose, nurse Isaac L. Requa, Piedmont Springs 
Leach Camilla Miss, teacher drawing and French, Snell 

Seminary, res 598 Central av 
Leach Frank, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Leach Hattie Mrs., clerk H. C. Taft& Co., res cor Franklin 

and Durant 
Leach Stephen W., musical director Morgan Conservatory 

of Music, res 363 East Central av 
Leahey John W., mason, res 1166 Central av 
Leake Benjamin T., soap manufacturer, res 1313 West 
LEAKE HENRY A., attorney-at-law and notary public, 

1004 Broadway, res 1383 Harrison 
Learn Reuben B., dentist (S. F.) res 1120 Third av 
Leary Cornelius, laborer, res 863 Lydia 
Leary Eliza L. Mrs., res 1261 Kirkham 
Leavell Erasmus T., wheelwright, res 2229 Elm 
Leavers Richard, engineer (S. F.) res SE cor Market and 

Twentieth 
Leavitt Charles C, adjuster duties (S. F.) res 1000 Peralta 
Leavitt Diana Mrs., res West Oakland House 
Leavitt Frank A., engineer, res 813 Peralta 
Leavitt J. B., compositor Pacific Press, res cor Central av 

and Castro 
Leber Charles, carpenter, res 660 East 18th 
Leber Lewis, carpenter, res 660 East 18th 
Lebhardt Peter, cigarmaker Frank R. Weider, res Ala- 
meda 
Lebrecht William (Galvin & Lebrecht) res cor Sixteenth 

and Telegraph av 
Leckie Robert S., deputy city assessor, res 821 Magnolia 
Lechleiter John, mechanic, res 466 Twenty-fourth 
Leddon John F. , clerk, res 458 Fifth 



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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 315 

Ledgett Thomas, foreman Geo, Howes (S. F.) res 1010 Wood 

Ledwidge John, pile driver, res 1367 Eighteenth 

Lee <fe Porter (Louis A, Lee and John S. Porter) dental lab- 

ratorj, 954 Broadway, rooms 3-4 
Lee Alfred W., tinsmith Owen C. Kirk, res 315 East Cen- 
tral av 
Lee Alice T. Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 478 Ed- 
wards 
Lee Charles P., helper Eagle Box Factory, res 819 Wash- 
ington 
Lee David C, bootblack (S. F.) res 916 Broadway 
Lee Edward J., coachman, res 1361 Broadway 
Lee E. W., dentist, office and res 818 East 15th 
Lee Frank, clerk (S. F.) res 316 East 10th 
Lee H., house and sign painter, 362 Central av 
Lee Hamilton Rev., pastor Church of the Advent, res NE 

cor Twelfth av and East 20th 
Lee Henry, res 1209 Seventh 
Lee Henry, carpenter, res 1633 Myrtle 
Lee Henry C, bookkeeper William Surryhne & Co., res 478 

Edwards 
'Lee H. J. Mrs., teacher Irving Grammar School, res 478 

Edwards 
Lee James R., speculator, res 818 East 15th 
Lee John, wool dealer (S. F.) res 932 Fourteenth 
Lee Lena Miss, res 521 Sixth 

Lee Leon A., barber W. J. Edmonds, res 818 Henry 
Lee Louis A. (Lee & Porter) res 818 East 15th 
Lee Mary, domestic L. P. Fisher, res 686 Thirty -fourth 
Lee Mary A. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1361 Broadway 
Lee Nellie Miss, chambermaid Mrs. L. H. Olmsted 
Lee Phineas W., butcher, SW cor Sixteenth and San Pa- 
blo av 
Lee Ralph K., salesman (S. F.) res 478 Edwards 
Lee Robert, res 1709 Chase 

Lee William E., helper Eagle Box Factory, res 819 Wash- 
ington 
Lee William H., foreman Oakland Planing Mills, res 819 

Washington 
Lee William J., painter, res 925 Thirty-sixth 
Lefavre Alexander, res 1112 Thirty-fourth 
Lefebvre Charles, fisherman, res S s First bet Jefferson and 

Clay 
Leet Samuel T., miner, res 152 Fifth 

IjEFEVKE] ALFRED, dentist, office NW cor Broadway and 
Eighth, res 832 Alice 



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316 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Leffingwell James S., homoeopathist, 1068 Broadway 
Leffingwell William, real estate (S. F.) res Nicboll House 
LiEGLER HENRY T., physician and surgeon and member 

Board of Health, res 616 Central av 
Lehford Thomas, laborer, res 1722 Pacific 
Lehmann Henry G., shoemaker, 473 Central av, res 1944 

Filbert 
Lehmann Joseph, gardener, res 686 Sycamore 
Lehmkuhl H. H. C, porter (S. F.) res 1615 Seward 
Lehmkuhl Lueder, cigarmaker Mrs. M. Heim, res 709 Fifth 
Lehn George, carpetlayer, res Capitol Hotel 
Lehner George, blacksmith (S. F.) res 1421 Seventeenth 
Lehrbass Eichard, liquors, 919 Seventh 
Leigh Spencer M., carriagemaker Walter Welsh, res 365 

Thirteenth 
Leighou Walter W., painter C. P. K. R., res 403 Ninth 
Leigh ton A. T. Mrs., widow, res 1458 Broadway 
Leighton Rufus, shorthand reporter (S. F.) res 353 East 

Central av 
Leighton Thomas A., carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 

1012 Pine 
Leimert Louis, capitalist, res N s Twenty-third nr Webster 
Leist Charles, clerk Oakland Bag Manufacturing Co., res 

254 East 17th 
Leist Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 254 East 17th 
Leitch David, laborer, res 621 Third 
Leitch John, plumber, res 621 Third 
Leith Antonio, fireman Contra Costa Laundry 
Leith Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lekgoat Louis, laborer, res 363 Third 

Leland CM., printer Pacific Press, res Central avnr Broad- 
way 
Leland John, carpenter, res Twenty-second nr Magnolia 
Lemcke Martin, traveling agent (S. F.) res 166 Tenth 
Lemieux Charles W., laborer Contra Costa Water Co., res 

224 Fifth 
Lemmon Margaret, widow, res 1059 East 16th 
Lemmon Thomas, shoemaker, res 1221 Harrison 
Lemoges Joseph, boots and shoes, Vinzent Block, res 806 

Castro 
Lemon Elsie, domestic James W. Staples, res W s Webster 

nr Moss av 
Lemon James A., butcher W H. Herring, res 951 Webster 
Lemon James M., contractor, res 624 Seventeenth 
Lemon Joseph F., paperhanger McGovern & Cahill. res 

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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 317 

Lemon Josie Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 624 Seven- 
teenth 
Lemon Sidney Mrs., widow, drugs, 704 Broadway 
Lemot Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lener Joseph A., bootblack, 459 Seventh, res 370 Seventh 
Lenormand Emile, res 811 East 14th 

Lenox Edward H. (E. H. Lenox & Son) res 569 East 17th 
Lenox Edward P. (E. H. Lenox & Son) res 569 East I7th 
Lenox E. H, & Son (Edward H. and Edward P. Lenox) 
wood and coal, S s East 14th bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
avs 
Lent Charles H., commercial traveler, res 1802 San Pablo av 
Lentell James, manufacturer and dealer harness, saddles and 

bridles, 469-471 Fourteenth, res 1385 Telegraph av 
Lenz William, groceries and liquors, 216 Second, and liquor 

saloon, NE cor Seventh and Broadway, res 216 Second 
Leon George T., engineer, res 1219 Chestnut 
Leon Joseph, res 837 Twenty-ninth 
Leonard Charles W., physician, res 527 Thirty-sixth 
Leonard Daniel, laborer, res 841 Thirtieth 
Leonard Edward, tailor, 469 Sixth 
Leonard Edward P., clerk (S. F.) res 590 Sycamore 
Leonard George, laborer C. P. R. R., res Shell Mound 
Leonard George, patternmaker, res SE cor Thirty-fifth and 

Grove 
Leonard Herbert M., clerk Charles McCall, res 590 Syca- 
more 
Leonard Hugh, laborer, res 2029 West 
Leonard John, laborer, res 471 Twenty-sixth 
Leonard Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Leonard Patrick, gardener, res Perry nr Oakland av 
Leonard Richard, cook, res 701 T^^enty-seventh 
Leonard Thomas J., laborer Mills' Seminary, res Fitchburg 
Leonard "Willard A., clerk Joshua Dunbar, res 590 Syca- 
more 
Leonard William, laborer, res 837 Thirtieth 
Leonard W. P., publisher, res Centennial House 
Leonhard Frederick W., cooper (S, F.) res 1821 William 
Leonhardt Henry, res 916 Kirkham 
Lepo I., engineer C. P. R. R. 
Lepont Ferdinand, real estate, res 701 Clay 
Leprotti Sistra, res 815 Twenty-eighth 
Lerche Julius, musician, res 766 Fifth 
Lesher Charles, res 1609 Myrtle 
Leslie George, teamster, res 915 Fifth 
Leslie Hector, miner, res 1665 Grove 



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318 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lessep Ferdinand, waiter John Marques, res 508 Seventh 

Letroadec Henry, saloonkeeper, res 313 Sixth 

Letter George, clerk Jacob Letter, res 1019 Clay 

Letter Jacob, clothing and gents furnishing goods, 957 

Broadway, res 1019 Clay 
Leucke Eliza Miss, milliner, res 817 Market 
Levanway William N., musician, res 510 Seventh 
Leverer Francis, laborer, res 914 East Central av 
Leverett Edward J., hunter, res 1903 West 
LEVI I. R. MRS., proprietress New Snyder House, 469^ 

Ninth 
Levy Bernard J., travelling agent (S. F.) res 1066 East 21st 
Levy Henry, with W. W. Montague & Co., res 662 Fourth 
Levy Henry K., clerk Doheny & Marum, res 410 Tenth 
Levy Herman L., merchant (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Levy Joseph, clerk, res 306 Tenth 

Levy M. & Co. (Morris Levy) pawnbrokers, 1162 Broadway 
Levy Mandel, clerk, res 814 Harrison 
Levy Myer, clerk (S. F.) res 306 Tenth 
Levy Morris (M. Levy & Co.) res 306 Tenth 
Levy AVolf, dealer secondhand clothes, 850 Broadway, res 

850 Franklin 
Lewald August, miner, res 319 Seventh 
Lewis & Co. (Charles P. Lewis and Hiram M. Heflin) new 

and secondhand furniture, 760 Seventh 
Lewis Anton, laborer, res 617 East 17th 
Lewis Charles P. (Lewis & Co.) res 316 Tenth 
Lewis Columbus E. (C. R. Lewis & Co.) res 1453 Brush 
LEWIS C. R. & CO. (Columbus E. Lewis) produce and 

commission merchants, 1009 Broedway 
Lewis David, clerk Solomon Levis, res 841 Broadway 
Lewis David, printer (S. F.) res 947 Willow 
Lewis Eugene F., brakeman C P. E. E., res 3 Pearson 
Lewis Fred A., bookkeeper John Cushing, res 264 Eleventh 
Lewis Freeman H., whitener (S. F.) res 1012 Franklin 
Lewis George, clerk D. A. McKinley, res 970 Washington 
Lewis George Jr., driver Hose No. 4, Oakland Fire Depart- 
ment, res 1072 Eighth av 
LEWIS GEORGE W., attorney-at-law, 921 Broadway, room 

14, res 1267 Brush 
Lewis Henry, carpenter, res 367 Third 
Lewis James, carpenter, res 514 Fifteenth 
Lewis John, peddler, res 1170 Sixteenth av 
Lewis Josiah, carriage painter (S. F.) res 370 Sixth 
Lewis M. A. Mrs., Woman's Temperance Coffee House, 512 
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OAKLAND [ Xj ] DIRECTORY. 319 

Lewis E. C, res 962 Twenty-eighth 
Lewis Robert, phimber (S. F.) res 947 Willow 
Lewis Samuel 0., peddler, res Belle vue House 
Lewis Solomon, watchmaker and jeweler, 841 Broadway 
Lewis T. F., salesman, res Tremont House 
Lewis Thomas, wheelwright Northey & Wagar, res 527 Sev- 
enth 
Lewthwaite Alexander, bookkeeper (S. F.)res 1366 Fifth av 
Lewthwaite C. E. Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., 

res 1366 Fifth av 
Leyner Christina, widow, confectionery, 1362 Center 
Liberty Hall, 835 Brush 

LICENSE COLLECTOR (City) J. A. Booth, City Hall 
Lichtenstein Bernhard, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 76') 

Jackson 
Lichtenthaler Mary Miss, res 666 Tenth 
Liddicoat John, mining, res 1940 Union 
Liebel George, bartender Jacob Liebel, res 782 East Cent- 
ral av 
Liebel Jacob, wines and liquors, 782 East Central av 
Liebel Jacob F., compositor Brooklyn Vidette, res 782 East 

Central av 
Liebman Louis (E. D. Block & Co.) res 856 Brush 
Liebmann Otto, liquor saloon, 1791 Seventh, res 1726 Wil- 
liam 
Liese Arthur, butcher Henry Liese, res 765 East Central av 
Liese Henry, meat market, 765 East Central av 
Lievaux Charles, cook Jeremiah Jury, res 212 Third 
Liftchild Charles, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1708 Lincoln 
Liftchild Judson, clerk, res 1708 Lincoln 
Liftchild Sarah Mrs., res 1708 Lincoln 
Lightbody Hamilton I., student dentist, res 480 Merrimac 
Likins John, farmer, res W s Oakland av nr Prospect 
LILIENCRANTZ AUGUST, physician and surgeon, office 

and res 1459 Telegraph av 
Lilienthal Frederick, coachman Hiram Tubbs, res 266 East 

Central av 
Lilienthal Hattie, domestic 1417 Sixth av 
Lillie Douglas N., canvasser, res 1921 Myrtle 
Lillie Thomas G., laborer, res 1921 Myrtle 
Lillis Owen, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Linbridge Robert, master mariner, res 1217 Kirkham 
Lincoln Charles P., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 1561 

Eighth 
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320 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lincoln H. D., carpenter, res 365 Ninth 
Lincoln Henry S., clerk C. P. E. R (S. F.) res 1561 Eighth 
Lincoln J. S., car cleaner C. P. R.R., res 1770 Division 
Lindeman Henry, carpenter, res N s Grove bet Thirty-ninth 

and Fortieth, Temescal 
Lindeman John H., res SW cor Fifth and Lewis 
Lindenbaum Meyer, second hand furniture, 717 Broadway 
Lindenberger Thomas E., clerk (S. F.) res W s Fruit Vale 

av nr East 14th 
Lindenberger William E., res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 

14th 
Lindhard William, res S s Second av nr College av 
Lindop Charles, carriage trimmer Northey & Wagar, res 677 

East Central av 
Lindsay Celia Mrs., furnished rooms, 600 East Central av 
Lindsay Hannah, nurse Alfred Bannister, 1404 Harrison 
Lindsay John W. , house and sign painter, 911 Chester, res 

NW cor East 16th and Eleventh av 
Lindsey Oliver, artesian well borer, res 1662 William 
Linn William N., laborer, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Linnane Peter F., laborer, res S s Seventh bet Franklin and 

Webster 
Linnen Patrick, drayman, res 473 Twenty-fifth 
Lion Fire Insurance Co. (of London) E. A. Heron agen t 

422 Central av 
Lippman Abraham, dry and fancy goods, 903 Broadway, res 

1157 Alice 
Lippold & Kayser (Joseph Lippold and John Kayser) pro- 
prietors West Oakland Laundry, 1727 Fourteenth 
Lippold Joseph (Lippold & Kayser) res 1729 Fourteenth 
Lissner Louis, manager M. Levy & Co., res 261 Eighth 
Lister Archie, train dispatcher C. P. R. R., res 1729 Goss 
Lister Robert, machinist C. P. R. R., res 1728 William 
Li tie Joseph H., freight clerk C. P. R. R., res 1057 East 

Central av 
Little Frank, res 2202 Market 
Little Hattie Miss, res E s San Pablo av bet Fortieth and 

Forty-first, Temescal 
Little James R., bookkeeper C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res SWcor 

Eleventh and Cypress 
Little Joseph B,, expressman (S. F.) res 1555 Seventh 
Little Samuel, woodturner East Oakland Planing Mills, res 

581 Caledonia av 
Little William C. (Taylor & Co.) res W s Broadway nr 

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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 321 

Littlefield Charles A., contractor and builder, res 479 Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Littlefield Frederick W., machinist C. P. R. R., res 908 

Pine 
Littlejohn Edward H., engineer C. P. R. R., res 1019 

Chester 
Littlejohn Gilbert H., conductor C. P. R. R., res 1019 Sev- 
enth av 
Livermore Charles E., res cor McAdam and Fourth av 
Livermore Elizabeth, widow, res E s McAdam nr Fourth av 
Livermore Horatio P., capitalist (S. F.) and proprietor 

Thermal Vale Nursery, res cor Fourth av and McAdam 
Livermore James Homer (J. A. Gilman & Co.) res 753 

Scenth 
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE INSURANCE 

CO., B. B. Laton agent, 906 Broadway 
Livingston Fred. S., carpenter, res 678 East 32nd, Lynn 
Lloj^d Alfred, salesman P. Jacobs, res 1377 Fifteenth 
Lloyd Charles E. (Beardsley & Lloyd) res 316 Tenth 
Lloyd John, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res Fruit Vale av nr 

Fruit Vale crossing 
Lloyd Julia Miss, teacher Eucalyptus Hall School, res 1063 

Eleventh av 
Lock Zachariah, expressman, res 1707 William 
Locke Anna H., widow, res 424 East Tenth 
Locke Francis L., miller (S. F.) res 1725 Central av 
Locke J. Everett, printer (S. F.) res 424 East Tenth 
Locke William Mrs., widow, res 1406 Alice 
Lockhart A. G., carpenter, res 1717 Filbert 
Lockwood John G., agent Automatic Sewing Machines, 361 

Twelfth, res 924 Filbert 
Loder Frank, billposter Stilwell & Son, res N s Eighteenth 

nr Telegraph av 
Loeber August, packer (S. F.) res 660 Alice 
Loeber Herman, clerk (S. F. ) res 660 Alice 
Loeper Charles F. G., brassfounder, 904 Washington, res 

1407 Thirteenth 
Loeper Minnie, widow, res 904 Washington 
Logan Harry C, clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 867 Chester 
Logan James E., wheelwright, 1362 San Pablo av, res 860 

Twenty-sixth 
Logan Margaret, widow, res 709 Harrison 
Logan O. C. (Benedict, Capell & Logan) res Fruit Vale 
Lohman Isaac, groceries (S. F.) res 1387 Madison 
Lohrmann John, pickle manufacturer (S. F.) res 866 

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322 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lohse Paul (Taylor & Lohse) res 1152 Franklin 

Lohsen George H., laborer, res N s Spring nr Adeline, 

Temescal 
Lombard Charles L., carpent3r (S. F.) res 224 Second 
Lombard Emma Mrs., domestic Oakland Ladies' Relief 

Society Home, S s Linden bet Telegraph av and Broad- 
way, Temescal 
Long Alice Miss, compositor, res 1786 Taylor 
Long Alvau, engineer C. P. E. R. stmr Thoroughfare, res 

1267 Clay 
Long C. Morris, salesman Hauser & Ott, res 467 Thirteenth 
Long Ellen, domestic W s Fruit Vale av 1^ miles north of 

Old County Eoad 
Long Emery M., storekeeper C. P. E. E., res 1670 Eighth 
Long James, porter (S. F.) res 952 Willow 
Long John, N s Alcatraz av nr San Pablo av, Temescal 
Long John, laborer, res 619 Magnolia 
Long Levy H., carpenter, res 811 Henry 
Long Mary A. Mrs., res 1786 Taylor 
Long William, butcher, 1753 Seventh, res 1726 William 
Longe & Baliran (M. Longe and J. Baliran) French bakery, 

617 Broadway 
Longe Marcel (Longe & Baliran) res 617 Broadway 
Longfellow Biglow L., res 1002 East 21st 
Longhi Cornelia (C. Pedrini & Co.) res SE cor Telegraph 

av and Birch, Temescal 
Longonotti John, foreman candymaker (S. F.) res 1719 

Lincoln 
Look George, driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale E. E., res 

Hermitage House 
Look Eichard, res 566 East 18th 
Loomis George, carpet layer, res 770 Fifth 
Loomis Henry, groceries, 829 Willow 
Loomis William, hostler George Blanchard, res 567 East 

Centra] av 
Lorch Matthew, boots and shoes, 1453 Seventh 
Lord Oliver, carpenter Jordan Brothers, res 1206 Clay 
Loredal George, master mariner, res 1474 Ninth 
Loreil Theodore, laborer Louis Lamballot, res Old County 

Eoad nr Fruit Vale av 
Lorenson John, gardener William W. Hale, res cor Clifton 

av and New Broadway 
Lorenzo John, laborer C. P. E. E. 
liORING GEORGE Y., superintendent Oakland E. E.Co., 

res 1054 Tenth 
Loring Williston A. (Nash, Brown & Co.) res 1220 Castro 



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OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 323 

Lorquin Ernst F., naturalist (S. F.) res 2118 Elm 
Lorquin Henry F., naturalist (S. F.)res 2118 Elm 
Lorthen Charles, farmer, res 765 Twenty-first 
Lothrop Anna Miss, dressmaker Mrs. E. W. Johnson, resN 

s Fortj-^-second nr Grove, Temescal 
Lothrop Charles, with E. D. Block & Co., res N s Forty- 
second nr Grove, Temescal 
Lothrop F. C. Mrs., res N s Forty-second nr Grove, Te- 
mescal 
Loud Harry A., barber, 612 East Central av, res 1112 Elev- 
enth av 
Loud Warren, saloon, 1736 Seventh, res 12 Pearson's Eow 
Loudon John L., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1262 

Webster 
Lougee Charles H., joiner C. P. R. R., res 1513 Eighth 
Lough <fe Wilkinson (Henry S. Lough and William J. Wil- 
kinson) butchers, 800 Broadway 
Lough Henry S. (Lough & Wilkinson) res 420 Fifth 
Louis John B. L., lapidary, res NE cor Third av and Ninth 
Louis Manuel G., laborer, res E s Fruit Vale av nr County 

Eoad 
Louis Maria Mrs., wines and liquors, NE cor Third av and 

East 9th 
Love Joseph W., florist James Hutchison, res 485 Twenty- 
sixth 
Love William H, carpenter, res 485 Twenty-sixth 
Lovejoy R. Miss, tailoress (S. F.) res 1762 William 
Loveland Frank, carpenter C. P. R. E,., res S. F. 
Loveland John F., teamster (S. F.) res 1719 Taylor 
Lovell Charles H., law clerk (S. F.) res 667 Thirty-fifth 
Lovett William B., teacher, res 1076 East 24th 
Lovett William E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1311 Six- 
teenth av 
Low C. Adolphe (W. W. Montague & Co.) res S. F. 
Low Frederick G., janitor Broadway School, res 454 Twen- 
ty-sixth 
Low James, clerk, res 1804 Telegraph av 
Lowden Samuel, superintendent California Fire and Water 

Proof Paint Co., 555 Broadway, res 971 Center 
Lowden William H., insurance agent (S. F.) and secretary 
California Fire and Water Proof Paint Co., 555 Broad- 
way, res 971 Center 
Lowell Frank, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 14 Pearson's Row 
Lowell John P., res 629 Fourteenth 

Lowell Nathan R., Eagle Warehouse (S. F.) res NE cor 
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324 OAKLAND [ L ] DIRECTORY. 

Lowen Nicholas, baker F. Handler, 1271 San Pablo av 

Lowenberg Raphael, res 370 Fifteenth 

Lower George W., carpenter and builder, res W s Elm bet 

Plymouth av and Hawthorne 
Lowrie Robert, clerk (S. F.) res 600 Central av 
Lowry Gertrude Mrs., bakery, 911 Seventh 
Lowry Michael, carpenter, res 911 Seventh 
Loyn Charles, brewer, res 621 Broadway 
Loze Louise, widow, teacher music and languages, res 1222 

Eighth 
Lubbock O., conductor C. P. R. R., res Alameda 
Lucas Charles F., general agent, res 1601 Telegraph av 
Lucas Charles F. Jr., clerk W. M. Anderson, res 1601 Tele- 
graph av 
Lucas John, merchant (Arizona) res 653 Seventh 
Lucas Nathaniel B., carpenter, res 1007 Twenty-second 
Lucas Robert B., carpenter, res 770 Twenty -first 
LUCE GEORGE J., dentist, 1004 Broadway, rooms 12-15, 

res 224 Central av 
Lucitt Annie, domestic B. Stone, 1160 Alice 
Ludeman John, driver William T. Sagehorn, res SW cor 

Sixth and Jefferson 
Ludeman Otto, manufacturer brooms, E s Webster bet Cen- 
tral av and Thirteenth 
Ludemann H., groceries and liquors, NW cor Fifteenth and 

Kirkham, res S. F. 
Ludlow Charles H., laborer, res 218 Sixth, rear 
Ludlow William B., foreman C. P. R. R. shops, res 1614 

Eighth 
Ludwig Barbara Mrs., midwife, res 1115 Tenth av 
Ludwig Hannah P., Avidow, res 619 East 19th 
Ludwig John, res 2145 Telegraph av 
Ludwig Lida Miss, res 619 East 19th 
Ludwig Zacharias, cabinetmaker Adolph Mayer, res 1115 

Tenth av 
Luecke Eloise W. (F. M. Reed & Co.) res 817 Market 
Luelling Henderson W., clerk, res 769 East 14th 
Luelliug Mary, widow, res 474 East 14th 
Lufkin Charles E., policeman, res 813 Market 
Lufkin Thomas H., carpenter, res 1070 East 21st 
Luke Henry, blacksmith (S. F.) res 813 Magnolia 
Lulley M. Major, auctioneer, res E s Webster bet Central 

av and Thirteenth 
Lumsden John E., commercial traveler (S. F.) res 1259 

Twelfth av 
Lumsden Samuel, boot and shoemaker, 373 Seventh 



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Luna Frank, clerk, res 1016 Willow 

Lund Christ, laborer R. W. Wing, res Piedmont 

Lund Louis, watchman J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Claremont 

av and Clifton, Temescal 
Lund Marinus C, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1555 Eighth 
Lund Peter, laborer C. T. Forrest, res 1270 Campbell 
Lundlard August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lunt James, carpenter, res W s Webster nr John 
Lunt Lottie Miss, type setter Pacific Press, res cor Central 

av and Castro 
Lunt O. A., teacher dancing, 377 Twelfth 
Lurch Isaac, res 511 Elm 

Luscombe Robert, corset fitter (S. F.) res 662 Sixth 
liUSK HORACE B., clerk L. P. Lusk, res W s Telegraph 

av bet Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth, Temescal 
liUSK J. & CO. (Josiah Lusk) manufacturers hermetically 
sealed goods, SE cor Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Lusk Josiah (J. Lusk & Co.) res E s Claremont av nr Clif- 
ton, Temescal • 
LUSK LOUIS P., wood, coal, hay and grain, and proprie- 
tor feed stable, E s Telegraph av bet Linden and Tem- 
escal, res W s Telegraph avbet Forty-seventh and Forty- 
eighth, Temescal 
Lussier Louis O., portrait painter (S. F.) res 1358 Market 
Lutesinger A. Mrs., res Tremont House 
Lutgen Herman, engineer, res 1423 Thirteenth 
Luth Charles J. H., clerk Frederick Brunjes, res 775 East 

Central av 
Luth John, confectioner John H. Kirchheiner, res 1114 

Seventh av 
Luth Louisa, widow, res 1114 Seventh av 
Luther Leonard, driver Contra Costa Laundry, res 1384 Six- 
teenth 
Lutkey George, salesman (S. F.) res 1255 Alice 
Luttrell Hiram A., clerk Kelly & Co., res 660 Ninth 
Luty Frederick E., stockbroker (S. F.) res 631 Fourteenth 
Luty John S., real estate (S. F.) res 924 Filbert 
LUTZ & BERG (A. H. Lutz and M. A. Berg) mirrors, en- 
graving, cornices, etc., 1058 Broadway 
Lutz Armin H. (Lutz & Berg) res Wilcox House 
Lutz Carl, engineer, res 1555 Seventh 
Lycurgus Lucy J., widow, res 553 Sixth 
Lydeard Peter J., carpenter, res 567 Fifth 
Lydiksen George, cabinetmaker Henry Schellhaas, res 1373 

Central av 
Lyman J., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 981 Center 



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Lynch Dennis, laborer, res 810 Alice 

Lynch Edward, attorn ey-at-law (S. F.) res 1016 Pine 

Lynch E. K. Mrs., domestic Seth Clisby, 535 Thirty-sixth 

Lynch Elliott Mrs., widow, res 806 Clay 

Lynch Eugene (Lynch, Maloney & Co.) res 706 Webster 

Lynch Henry E., compositor (S. F.) res 259 Second 

Lynch Henry J., tinsmith (S. F.) res 733 Filbert 

Lynch James, joiner C. P. K. E., res 1516 Fifth 

Lynch James L., miner, res 825 Filbert 

Lynch John, bookkeeper, res 315 Eleventh 

Lynch John, liquors, 1457 Seventh 

Lynch Joseph, cook, res 806 Clay 

LYNCH, MALONEY & CO. (Eugene Lynch and Patrick 
Maloney) wood and coal, NW cor Washington and Fifth 

Lynch Michael, tailor, res 259 Second 

Lynch Patrick, res 835 Seventeenth 

Lynch Peter J„ gardener, res 721 Filbert 

Lynch Thomas, laborer, res 312 Tenth 

Lynd Peter J., butcher, res NW cor Peralta and Seven- 
teenth 

Lynn Patrick A., molder, res 1319 Kirkham 

Lynn School, Miss Belle Merwin principal 

LYON & KINSEY (J. L. Lyon and C. W. Kinsey) furniture 
auctioneers, 912-916 Washington 

Lyon John L. (Lyon & Kinsey) res 804 Central av 

Lyon Leopold, salesman Greenhood & Moran, res 462 
Twenty-first 

Lyon Richard C, carpenter C. P. R. R., res S. F. 

Lyon Worthington S., assayer (S. F.) res Vinzent Block 

Lyons Herbert H., physician, office and res 570 Eleventh 

Lyons James, shoemaker J. Lemoges, res 660 Adeline, rear 

Lyons J. B., car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 660 Adeline, rear 

Lyons John, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1221 Magnolia 

Lyons John, laborer, res 814 Willow 

Lyons Joseph, clerk A. G. Lawrie, res 408 Thirteenth 

Lyons S. G., fireman C. P. R. R. 

Lyons William, res 570 Eleventh 

Lytle John A., miner, res 1674 Eighth 



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Mabry Wilson L., watchman C. P. R. R., res 1719 Goss 
MacCann William, salesman (S. F.) res 1013 ('hester 



Maasberg Christian, cooper, res 722 Henrj; 
Mabry Albert Y., broker, res 875 Filbert 



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MacDermot Charles F., capitalist (S. F.) res 1407 Eighth 
MacDonald James, stationery, 1257 San Pablo av, res 942 

Thirty-fourth 
MacLean Daniel, physician, 403 Fourteenth, res 412 Four- 
teenth 
MacTavish Donald, plasterer, res 1060 Third 
MacTavish Kenneth, carpenter C. P. E. E., res E s Wood 

nr Central av 
Macdonald Donald, miner, res 1663 Grove 
Macdonald Frank, fireman C. P. R. E., res 1718 Eighth 
Macdonald James, tallyman Dean, Watson & Co., res 631 

Brush 
Macdonald John A. C. , plumber and gasfitter, 1365 Broad- 
way 
Macdonald John B., ship carpenter C. P. E. E., res 727 

Henry 
Macdonald John H. (McLaughlin & Macdonald) res 567 

Fifth 
Macdonald John W., engineer, res 922 Third 
Macdonald Nellie Mrs., res 917 Fifth 
Macdougall William J., professor music and organist St. 

Paul's Church, res 717 Sixteenth 
Mace William, officer Custom House (S. F.) res 627 Fil- 
bert 
Machefux David, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res Alameda 
Macholdt Adolph, turner, res 1421 Sixteenth 
Mack Charles W., farmer, res E s High nr Quigley Tract 
Mack John, laborer C. P. E. E., res 1672 Third 
Mack Mary Mrs., branch bakery, 1516 Broadway 
Mack Patrick, laborer, res 1463 Thirteenth 
Mackey David J., ship plumber C. P. E. E., res S. F. 
Mackey John N. Mrs., res 1437 San Pablo av 
Mackey John S., teamster Pioneer Planing Mills, res 763 

Jefferson 
Mackey — , res 659 Jackson 
Mackie E. A. Mrs., widow, res Galindo Hotel 
Mackie James B., mining broker (S. F.) res 854 Harrison 
Mackie James W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 9 Tenth 
Madden Frank, foreman Amador Marble Co., res John nr 

Webster 
Madden Mary, domestic 325 East 19th 
Madden Michael, laborer, res S s Summer nr Adeline, Tem- 

escal 
Maddern Henry, plumber and gasfitter, 311 Third 
Maddern Henry T., plumber Henry Maddern, res 311 
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328 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Maddock Maurice, capitalist, res 953 Webster 
Maddelena J. H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Madigan M., blacksmith, S s Central av bet Market and 

West 
Madigan Martin, coachman William H. Glascock, res 1613 

Magnolia 
Madigan Michael, seaman, res Harlan nr Peralta 
Madres John A., clerk, res Winter's Hotel 
Madriago A., laborer, res N s Fortieth nr Lusk, Temescal 
Madsen & Batchelder (H. L. Madsen and W. F. Batchelder) 

groceries and produce, 1277 San Pablo av 
Madsen Henry L. (Madsen & Batchelder) res 1277 San 

Pablo av 
Madsen Julius A., wind miJl manufacturer, 1314 Market, res 

914 Twenty-second 
Madsen Ole, cooper (S. F.) res 866 Eigeteenth 
Magee John, timber inspector C. P. E. B., res Star House 
Magee Lizzie Mrs., res E s Telegraph av nr Forty-ninth, 

Temescal 
Magill Arthur E., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1326 Tenth av 
MAGILL ROBERT H., manager Alameda County Branch 

Home Mutual Fire Insurance Co., 922-924 Broadway, 

res Alameda 
Magner Cornelius, molder, res 1359 Thirteenth 
Magner Edward, teamster, res N s Forty-ninth nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Magner James, signpainter, res 403 Ninth 
Magner Michael, painter, 403 Ninth 
Maguire Frank, laborer, res 1053 Thirteenth av 
Maguire James, laborer, res cor San Pablo and Stanford avs 
Maguire Patrick Bev., assistant pastor Church of the Im- 
maculate Conception, res 616 Seventh 
Maher Christopher (P. J. Keller & Co.) res S s McAdam nr 

Charles 
Maher Frank W., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 866 Willow 
Maher Henry, painter, res 511 East 16tli 
Maher John, liquor saloon, 1303 San Pablo av, res 813 Eigh- 
teenth 
Maher Joseph B., laborer, res McAdam nr Charles 
Maher Mary, widow, res 511 East 16th 
Maher Patrick, porter Tubbs Hotel 
Maher Walter, cook, res 511 East 16th 
Maher William, conductor C. P. E. E., res 1255 West 
Mahoney Ann, widow, res S s Seventeenth bet Willow and 

Campbell 
Mahoney C. Miss, nurse Mrs. E. Cook, 1305 Madison 



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Mahonej Cornelius, laborei-, res 659 Third 
Mahoney Dennis, gardener, res 560 Third 
Mahonej John, laborer, res 1301 Webster, rear 
Mahoney John AV., driver Henry Toedt, res 1465 Grove 
Mahoney Thomas, hostler Elon DeWitt, res W s Myrtle bet 

Third and Fourth 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer St. Mary's Cemetery, res S s Lin- 
den nr Cherry, Temescal 
Mahony Thomas,''watchman U.S. Mint (S.F.) res 669 Eighth 
Main Alexander F., mining secretary (S. F.) res 658 Fifth 
Maitland Henry, carpenter (S. F.) res 242 Hannah 
Makins James N., res 216 Fifth 

Maleton Edward, barber and cigars and tobacco, 919 Broad- 
way, res 1606 San Pablo av 
Maleton Harry, wines and liquors, SE cor San Pablo av and 

Twenty-second 
Mallay William, liquor saloon (S. F.) res 940 Peralta 
Mallet Jean, capitalist, res 627 Chestnut 
Malloy Michael, laborer, res 734 Filbert 
Malloy Thomas, roadoverseer Brooklyn Township, res W s 

High nr East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Malm Charles A., trunk manufacturer (S.F.) res 949 Willow 
Malone Patrick, gardener Gustave Touchard, 1077 Eighth 
Malone Kichard C., helper Oakland Gas Light Co., res 605 

Third 
Maloney Dennis, res E s West nr Eighteenth 
Maloney Frank, laborer, res 1740 Filbert 
Maloney John, yard foreman C.P.R.E., res 825 Eighteenth 
Maloney Lizzie, domestic Archie Borland, 1925 Webster 
Maloney Patrick (Lynch, Maloney & Co.) res 825 Eighteenth 
Maloney Patrick, ship joiner C. P. R. R., res 1865 William 
Maloney Richard O., porter Harry F. Irwin, res 728 Cen- 
tral av 
Maloney Thomas, laborer, res 968 Twenty -fourth 
Maloney Thomas, lamplighter, res E s West nr Eighteenth 
Maloney Thomas, shoemaker, res 409 Seventh 
Maloon Benjamin, fruits and vegetables, NE cor Central av 

and West, res SW cor Market and Eighteenth 
Maloon Benjamin F. (Maloon Brothers) res SW cor Market 

and Eighteenth 
Maloon Brothers (Seth B. and Benjamin F.) hay, grain, feed 

and flour, NE cor Broadway and Durant 
Maloon George E., res SW cor Market and Eighteenth 
Maloon Henry (Green & Maloon) res 812 Twenty-first 
Maloon Seth B. (Maloon Brothers) res San Leandro Road 
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Malpas Alfred, ticket agent C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res 1013 

Seventh av 
Mamlock Julius, refiner Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 

Co., res Melrose 
Manchester Herbert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 

1357 Thirteenth 
Mandel Hannah L., widow, res 825 Kirkham 
Mandell Charles H., merchant (S. F.) res 836 Twenty-ninth 
Manders Henry, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 734 Union 
Mandler Frederick, bakery and confectionery, 1271 San 

Pablo av 
Manefeld George, wines and liquors, 1055 Thirteenth av 
Mangin August, res 2201 Broadway 
Manley Bridgeman, straw works, 471 Central av, res 740 

Myrtle 
Manley Jedediah M., policeman, res 518 East 14th 
Manley Nelson W., shoedresser Hall & Co., res 664 Tenth 
Maun A. B. Mrs., widow, res 307 Seventh 
Mann A. W., res E s Telegraph av nr Birch, Temescal 
Mann Benjamin F., vice-president First National Bank of 

Oakland, res 654 Fifth 
Mann Frederick A., mining, res 654 Fifth 
Mann George, salesman E. D. Block & Co., res S. F. 
Maun George M., general merchandise, NW cor Tenth and 

Broadway, res 307 Seventh 
Mannan James, laborer, res 652 Franklin 
Manner James, commercial traveler (S. F.) res 1219 Elev- 
enth av 
Manning Archibald, clerk James Woodward, res Union Hotel 
Manning Dennis, hostler Elon DeWitt, res 951 Third 
Manning Henry, fireman C. P. E. E.. res 1664 Atlantic 
Manning John, brakeman C P. E. E., res Seventh Street 

House 
Manning Julia Miss, res 1679 Atlantic 
Manning Manuel, shoemaker (S. F.) res 461 B 
Manning Patrick J., carpenter, res 711 Campbell 
Manning Thomas, res 814 Twenty-second 
Manning William, blacksmith Jacob Seitz, res 814 Twenty- 
second 
Mannion James J., porter Nicholl House 
Mansebo Frank J., laborer, res 1672 Chase 
Mansell Frank, clerk C. H. Charity, res 845 Harrison 
Mansfeldt Hugo L., teacher music, res 1163 Alice 
Mansfield C. B., res 990 Willow 

Mansfield Charles T., painter, res Seventh Street House 
Mansfield James, groceries and liquors, 753 Willow 



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Mansfield Joseph H., painter, res Seventh Street House 
Mansfield William F., sexton First Presbyterian Church, res 

1254 San Pablo av 
Manthey Gustave, coachman, res 1936 Linden 
Mantle Byron G., general insurance agent, 483 Ninth, res 

576 Wood 
Manton Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1560 Eighth 
Manuel George W. (Babbitt, Manuel & Gilpin) res 678 

Fourteenth 
Manuel Isadore, driver H. Audiflfred, res 504 Fourth 
Manuel Nellie, compositor Pacific Press, res 608 Fourth 
Mara Mary, domestic 1279 Fifth av 
Maranda John, farm hand J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Maravilla F. C, bartender J. B. Miranda, res 360 Seventh 
Marble William, shoecutter, res 664 Tenth 
March John, confectioner, res 204 Seventh 
March Mary A., widow, tailoress S. Francis, res 1362 Brush 
Marchand Frank X. Z., carpenter, res 570 Sixteenth 
Marchant George, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 
Marchiui Angela, domestic J. Caire, NE cor Eighth and 

Harrison 
Marcoux Delphis, teamster JRemillard Brick Co., res 560 

Second 
Marcoax Harmidas, teamster Remillard Brick Co., res 560 

Second 
Marcus Isaiah, millinery goods (S. F.) res 580 Charter 
Marcuse Julius, bookkeeper Otto Kringelbach, res 619 Ninth 
Marcuse Max (W. S. Bead & Co.) res 619 Ninth 
Marden John, patent agent, res 756 Seventh 
Marden William L., bootfitter (S. F.) res 761 Market 
Margeson Harding H., carriagemaker, res 1071 Thir- 
teenth av 
Margeson John B,, stairbuilder, res 503 East 14tli 
Maridon Antonio, laborer, res McAdam nr Dale 
Marine Jacob, cook, res 273 Sixth, rear 
Mariner Silas H., piledriver, res 821 Sixteenth 
Maring Jacob, carriage painter, res 360 Seventh 
Marion Henry, carpenter, res 1066 Thirty-second 
Mariotte Noel, civil engineer (S. F.) res 700 Sycamore i § 

Maristany Joseph, liquor dealer (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel j^ 
Markel David, carpenter, res 914 Harrison 
Markel Edgar H., salesman M. Scharman, res 914 Harrison 
Markel Josephine, Avidow, res 662 Alice 
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332 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Markley George W.. carpenter, res 760 Brush 

Markley William P., carpenter, res 1009 Franklin 

Marks Aaron, glazier, 424 Eighth, res 915 Webster 

Marks Anton, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res 910 East 14th 

Marks Henry C, shorthand writer C P. K. K. (S. F.) res 

697 Sycamore 
Markwalder & Wilford (Herman Markvvalder and Albert 

Wilford) boarding, 1880 Seventh 
Markwalder Herman (Markwalder & Wilford) res 1880 

Seventh 
Marlett James, master mariner, res 964 Seventh 
Marlett Mary Mrs., bakery, 964 Seventh 
Marley Edward J., painter Patrick Sheehan, res cor Pine 

and Taylor 
Marlin George W., copyist County Kecorder's office, res 

San Lorenzo 
Marolf Christ, cattle dealer, res E s Telegraph av nr Wes- 
ton av 
Marquardsen & Becker (Charles Marquardsen and Fred. 

Becker) market, SW cor Sixth and Castro 
Marquardsen Charles (Marquardsen &. Becker) res 819 

Castro 
Marques John, restaurant, 857 Washington, res 508 Seventh 
Marr Archibald C, foreman shipyard C. P. E. E., res 988 

Willow 
Marrack Eobert, res N s Alcatraz av nr Calais, Temescal 
Marsden James, engineer Weston & Welch, rescorEleyenth 

av and East 8tli 
Marsden Henry, res 865 Filbert 

Marsden Henry, bookbinder (S. F.) res 1317 Fourteenth 
Marsden Eichard A., porter C. P. E. E., res 1928 Poplar 
Marsden Samuel, real estate (S. F.) res 865 Filbert 
Marsden William, res 865 Filbert 

Marsellus Charles K. , stamp clerk Post Office, res 933 Ade- 
line 
MARSELLUS EDWIN P., postmaster Oakland, res 933 

Adeline 
Marsh Charles C, attorney-at-law, 628 East Central av, res 

360 East 17th 
Marsh Charles P., res 713 Eighth 
Marsh E. B., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1408 Eighth 
Marsh Franklin P., res 713 Eighth 

Marsh Harvey, machine hand C. P. E. E., res 865 Center 
Marsh John C., deputy County Clerk, res Galindo Hotel 
Marsh Mary Miss, res NE cor East 14th and Fifth av 
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Marshall Charles, capitalist, res 1315 Webster 

Marshall Daisy Miss, saleswoman Wheeler & Wilson Sewing 
Machine Co., res 1460 Thirteenth 

Marshall Frank J., foreman C. P. K. E., res 1714 Pacific 

Marshall George, res 765 Willow- 
Marshall J. J., laborer, res Capitol Hotel 

Marshall John, sash and blindmaker East Oakland Planing 
Mills, res 1460 Thirteenth 

Marshall John C, cooper, res 759 Seventh 

Marshall John C. Mrs., ladies liairdresser, res 759 Seventh 

Marshall William, fireman C P. E. E., res 907 Willow 

Marson Manuel, laborer, res 623 Henry 

Marston & Palmer (Frank A. Marston and Alpheus W. Pal- 
mer) harness and saddlery, NE cor Eleventh and Broad- 
way 

Marston Benjamin S., operative U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1518 
Telegraph av 

Marston Frank A. (Marston & Palmer) res 1057 Campbell 

Marston James A., clerk (S. F.) res 1518 Telegraph av 

Marston Phineas F., farmer, res W s Fruit Vale av one mile 
north of Old County Eoad 

Marston Phineas F. Jr., lighthouse builder, res W s Fruit 
Vale av one mile north of Old County Eoad 

Marston Samuel I., public administrator, 859 Broadway, 
room 25, res Newark 

Martell Joseph, bootblack, 475 Seventh, res 855 Clay 

Martens Charles H., upholsterer Henry Schellhaas, res 355 
Tenth 

Martens Christian, wines and liquors, 1840 Seventh, res 663 
Sixth 

Martens John, insurance agent, res 829 Castro 

Martensen Christian, sash and blindmaker Enterprise Mills, 
res 835 Market 

Martin & Kroll (W. H. Martin and W. F. Kroll) fruits and 
candies, Broadway Station 

MARTIN & SANDELIN (C. S. Martin and Fred Sandelin) 
druggists, NW cor Seventh and Willow 

Martin Addison, res 1025 Seventh av 

Martin Alexander, res 702 Tenth 

Martin Building, 418 Central av 

Martin Christian S. (Martin & Sandelin) res 1058 Eirkham 

Martin Cornelius, attorney-at-law, res 720 Fourteenth 

Martin Daniel E., superintendent Pacific Ice Co. (S. F.)res 
1323 Harrison 

Martin Daniel S., trunk manufacturer (S. F.) res 866 Camp- 
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Martin E. J. Miss, dressmaker, 555 East Central av 

Martin Ephraim, bellhanger, res 663 Twenty-fifth 

Martin Frederick, gardener George H. Hutchins, res E s 

Vernon av nr Lee 
Martin Hattie R. Miss, res 1727 Central av 
Martin Henry W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1012 Ninth av 
Martin James, service foreman Contra Costa Water Co., res 

458 Eighth 
Martin James C, attorn ey-at-law, rooms 15-16 Wilcox 

Block, res 1266 Grove 
Martin James L., carpenter, res 319 Fourth 
Martin J. B., watchman C P. R. R., Market Street Station 
Martin John, bootblack A. Hallahan, res Fourth and Castro 
Martin John, coachman I. L. Requa, res Piedmont 
Martin John, teacher fencing, res 659 Jackson 
Martin John A., medical student, res 660 Harrison 
Martin John J., carpenter, res E s Lowell nr Alcatraz av, 

Temescal 
Martin Joseph, cook S. Ellingsworth, res S. F. 
MARTIN J. WEST, president Union Savings Bank and 

Oakland Gas Light Co., ofiice SE cor Ninth and Broad- 
way, res 720 Fourteenth 
Martin Louis, painter (S. F.) res 908 Center 
Martin Martin, watchman Dean, Watson & Co., res Fifth 

bet Brush and Castro 
Martin Mary, hairworker Mrs. S. M. Abbott, res 1455 Third 
Martin Mary Mrs, laundress, res 414 Fifth 
Martin Minor S., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1012 Ninth av 
Martin Peter W., blacksmith Northey & Wagar, res NW cor 

East Central and Sixteenth avs 
Martin Richard, res 720 Fourteenth 
Martin Robert W., stairbuiider Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

1328 Eleventh av 
Martin Samuel, laborer, res 653 Linden, rear 
Martin Shelby F., student University, res 720 Fourteenth 
Martin Thomas, fireman C. P. R. R. 
Martin William H. (Martin & Kroll) res 568 Sixth 
MARTIN WILLIAM N., physician, 1116 Broadway, rooms 

39-40, res 629 Fourteenth 
Martinez J. B., laborer, res S s Forty-third nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Martinez J. J., teamster, res S s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

av, Temescal 
Martinovich Matthew Mrs., res 316 Tenth 
Martland AVilliam K., watertender P. C. S. S. Co. (S. F.) 

res 732 Myrtle 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 335 

Marum Thomas C. (Dolieny & Marum) res 228 Ninth 
Marwedel Edward H., merchant (S. F.) res Johnson House 
Marx D. Breckenridge, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1699 Tele- 
graph av 
Marx E. B., assistant secretary Board of Trade (S. F.) res 

1699 Telegraph av 
Marx Eliza, widow, res 762 East 33rd, Lynn 
Marx Flora Mrs., res 1699 Telegraph av 
Marx Matthew, attorney-at-law, res 209 Fourth 
Mark Kalph E., clerk (S. F.) res 1699 Telegraph av 
Maschio Angelo, laborer, res McAdam ur Dale 
Mason A. J., lumber dealer (S. F.) res 80/ Sixteenth 
Mason Emma Miss, dressmaker, res 710 Tenth 
Mason Frank, clerk, re3 1263 Webster 
Mason Frank G., salesman (S. F.) res 972 Cypress 
Mason Hester A., widow, res 972 Cypress 
Mason James, janitor Swett School, res 1262 Thirteenth av 
Mason Jesse D., teacher penmanship, res 1717 Central av 
Mason John A., porter (S- F ) res 810 Third 
Mason John E., agent San Jose Woolen Mills (S. F.) res 

1263 Webster 
Mason Joseph B., engineer Castle Dome Mining and Smelt- 
ing Co., res Bay av nr E. E. station, Melrose 
Mason Marcus, coffee importer (S. F.) res 163 Tenth 
Mason N. H. A., cattle raiser (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel 
Mason William, carpenter, res 830 Linden 
MASON WILLIAM C, groceries, 301 East Central av, res 

res 366 East 14th 
Masonic Halls, SW cor Broadway and Eighth av and cor 

Seventh and Willow 
Massie John, conductor C. P. E. E., res 731 Myrtle 
Masterson Terrence, clerk C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res 1056 Poplar 
Mataran Bernard, fish pedlar, res 416 Second 
Matcovich Frank, cook, res 818 Lewis 

Matthay Pauline, domestic N sEast 14th bet Julia and How- 
ard, Fruit Vale 
Mather S. Henry, mining (S. F.) res 692 Twenty-fourth 
Mathews Arthur F., special artist California Illustrated 

News, res 414 Durant 
Mathews Carrie, domestic 368 East 17th 
MATHEWS EDWIN G., justice of the peace and dealer 
real estate, 628 East Central av, res 104 East Central av 
Mathews Henry E., secretary Lick Trust (S. F.) res 104 

Central av 
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336 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Mathews John, res E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av, Tem- 

escal 
Mathews John A., salesman William H. Nolan, res Winter's 

Hotel 
Mathews Josie Miss, res 2118 Elm 

Mathews Joseph W., student Oakland Business College 
Mathews Julius C. (J. C. Mathews & Son) res 414 Durant 
Mathews Peter Mrs., res E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av, 

Temescal 
Mathews Simon, cook Robert Distant, res 713 Broadway 
Mathews Walter J. (J. C. Mathews & Son) res 1120 Filbert 
Mathews William, res E s San Pablo av nr Alcatraz av, Tem- 
escal 
Mathews William, res SE cor Fifth av and East Tenth 
Mathews William, machinist, res 1247 Center 
Matheson Daniel H., carpenter (S. F.) res 1211 Seventh 
Mathies Charles, wood and coal, 516 Third, res 518 Third 
Mathieu Edwin, baker, res 659 Franklin 
Matson D. D., res E s San Pablo av nr Forty-third, Tem- 
escal 
Matson William, musician, res 360 Seventh 
Mattern Harry, proprietor Independent Market, 1265 San 

Pablo av, res 518 Fifteenth 
Mattern Henry, printer Oakland Journal, res 1118 Third 
Mattern T. H., capitalist, res 518 Fifteenth 
Matthew Lewis O., coifee saloon, 901 Seventh av 
Matthew Oliver, carpenter, res 901 Seventh av 
Matthew William H., res 901 Seventh av 
Matthews Henry, real estate (S. F.) res 1557 Webster 
Matthiesen Dennis, proprietor Scandinavian Laundry, 826 

Twenty-second 
Mattice William, compositor, res Centennial House 
Mattingly John A., salesman (S. F.) res 719 Jefferson 
Mattingly Simeon, miner, res 719 Jefferson 
Mattioli Luigi, dishwasher Pagge Brothers, res SE cor Sev- 
enth and Broadway 
Mattison Anton, coachman J. P. Dyer, res 1257 Jackson 
Mattison David E., plasterer, res 14 Valley 
Mattox EdmondF., assaying (S. F.) res 1802 Myrtle 
Mattox William, res 1802 Myrtle 
Mattox William A., assaying (S. F.) res 1802 Myrtle 
Man Charles, architect, 456 Eighth, res 1002 Chester 
Mauerhan Martin, carpenter, res 1667 Atlantic 
Mauerhan William, clerk E. F. Kohler, les 857 Chester 
Mauran John R., civil engineer (S. F.) res 625 Third 
Maarer Frances, widow, res 251 Louise 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 337 

Maiirer Frederick C, butcher Harry A. Zeiss, res SE cor 

Eighth and Chester 
MAUVAIS ZENO, pianos, organs and musical merchan- 
dise, 420 Central av, res 278 Thirteenth 
Mauzy Byron, clerk Kohler & Chase, res 730 Eleventh 
Mauzy R. D. & W. P., physicians and surgeons, 730 

Eleventh 
Mauzy Reuben D. (R. D. & W. P. Mauzy) res 730 Eleventh 
Mauzy William P. (R. I>. & W. P. Mauzy) res 730 Eleventh 
Mavity Kate Miss, typesetter Pacific Press, res 1059 Castro 
Mavity M., printer Pacific Press, res cor Central av and 

Castro 
Mawson E. R., joiner C. P. R. R. 

Maxim Charles F., gardener C W. Kellogg, 1253 Grove 
Maxwell Alice M. , widow, res 528 Knox pi 
Maxwell J. J., reporter (S. F.) res 1156 Alice 
Maxwell Myra L. Mrs., res S s Birch bet Telegraph av and 

Maple, Temescal 
Maxwell Walter, carpenter (S. F.) res 526 East Fifteenth 
Maxwell — , res Blake House 
May Alexander W. , livery stable, wood and coal, 607 East 

Eleventh and superintendent East Oakland, Fruit Vale 

and Mills Seminary RR. Co., res East 14th nr Fruit 

Vale av 
May Ezra A., bookkeeper Agard & May, res 1225 Webster 
May Henry, butcher, 1001 Seventh 
May John L., butcher, 1503 Seventh 
May Ludwig, bakery, 709 Broadway 
May Munsell N. (Agard & May) res 1225 Webster 
May William B., attorney-at-law, res 1056 Poplar 
May William T., res 713 Tenth 
Mayborn C. G., farmer, res E s San Pablo av bet Fortieth 

and Forty-first, Temescal 
Mayborn Mary J. Mrs., teacher (S. F.) res E s San Pablo 

av bet Fortieth and Forty-first, Temescal 
Mayer Adolph, upholsterer, 619 East Central av 
Mayhew Frank, coachman 1). B. Hinckley, res E s Fruit 

Vale av nr Hopkins 
Mayhew Harrison A., grain merchant (S. F.) res 125 East 

Central av 
Mayou Thomas C, miner, res 1269 Market 
MAYOR OF OAKLAND, James E. Blethen, office City 

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Mayram Louis, laundryman Alfred Berard, res East 14th nr 

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338 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McAdams Ellen, widow, res 774 Fifth 

McAdams Lizzie Miss, res 774 Fifth 

McAllis John, mining, res 505 East 11th 

McAllister G. Watson, medical student (S. F.) res Kelsey 

House 
McAllister H. A. Mrs., proprietress Kelsey House, SW cor 

Telegraph av and Twenty-fourth 
McAllister James, carpenter C. P. K. R., res 1 Pearson 
McAllister William H^, agent (S. F.) res 608 Sixteenth 
McArthur Archibald H., student, res 555 Hobart 
McArthur D., fireman C. P. E. R. 
McArthur JohnM., mining, res 555 Hobart 
McArthur Margaret Mrs. , variety store, NE cor Seventh and 

Cedar 
McArthur William R., student, res 555 Hobart 
McAteer Mary B. Mrs., seamstress Archie Borland, 1925 

Webster 
McAuliffe Ellen Mrs., domestic A. J. Ralston, 524 Twenty- 
fifth 
McAvinn Patrick, fireman C. P. R. E., res 1406 Fifteenth 
McAvoy Bernard, railroadman, res 729 Lewis 
McAvoy Henry J. (Beaudry & McAvoy) 873 Washington 
McAvoy Hugh, clerk Beaudry & McAvoy, 873 Washington 
McAvoy Kate Miss, res 821 Adeline 
McAvoy Margaret Miss, res 821 Adeline 
McBain William, miller Samm's Flouring Mills, res 652 Clay 
McBean Alexander, contractor, res E s Filbert bet Tenth and 

Central av 
McBcan James, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R. 
McBean Peter McG. (Gladdiug, McBean & Co.) res S. F. 
McBeth Charlotte Mrs., res 1013 Webster 
McBrian Jane, widow, res 1021 Third 
McBride James W., carver, res 1519 Third, rear 
McBrine James, res 685 East 34th, Lynn 
McBrine Patrick, coachman, res 217 Sixth 
McCabe Edward, laborer, res 354 East 17th 
McCabe Michael, groceries and liquors, 751-755 Seventh 
McCabe Michael Mrs., furnished rooms, 753 Seventh 
McCabe Nicholas, carpenter, res 735 Filbert 
McCabe Thomas, butcher Morris & Co., res Butchertown 
McCafierty Catherine, cook I. L. Requa, res Piedmont 
McCafferty Daaiel, driver Finch & Barnhisel, res E s Wood 

bet Seventh and William 
McCafi'erty Rosa, domestic 1625 Telegraph av 
McCaffrey Charles, res 735 Filbert 
McCall Charles, groceries, 1663 San Pablo Av 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 339 

McCallum Cyrus A., miller, res 663 Washington 

McCallura John G., attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, rooms 
11-12, res 354 East 14th 

McCann Ann, widow, res 1518 Fifth 

McCann Frank, clerk, res 508 Fourth 

McCaun James, carpenter, res 1518 Fifth 

McCann James, foreman J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 

McCann Maggie E. Miss, teacher Temescal School res S.F, 

McCannon Thomas, res SE cor Third and Myrtle 

McCarreli William H., pressman Tribune Publishing Co., 
res Nicholl House 

McCarron Cochran, driver D. McCarron, res 675 Twenty- 
Seventh 

McCarron David, bakery, 675 Twenty-seventh 

McCarthy Charles, laborer, res 416 Seventh 

McCarthy Daniel, calker C. P. E. E., res 1810 Taylor, rear 

McCarthy Daniel, carpenter, res 604 Brush 

McCarthy Daniel, livery stable (S. F.) res N s Thirty-ninth 
nr Grove, Temescal 

McCarthy Daniel, plumber, res 403 Ninth 

McCarthy Dennis, res 820 Union 

McCarthy Dennis, laborer, res 728 Chester 

McCarthy E., helper C. P. E. E. 

McCarthy Jeremiah, coachman Aaron M. Burns, SE cor 
College and Vernon avs 

McCarthy Mary Hrs., proprietress Mechanics Hotel, 416 
Seventh 

McCarthy Mary, widow, res 724 Peralta 

McCarthy Michael, laborer, res 1657 Pacific 

McCarthy Michael, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res 
Amador Hotel 

McCarthy Timothy, painter, res N s East 23rd nr Twenty- 
first av 

McCartney Harvey, painter, res 870 Twenty -first 

McCarty John, boatman Lake Merritt, res 365 Harrison 

McCarty Maggie, domestic 1414 Filbert 

McCarty Mary A., domestic Samuel Little, 581 Caledonia av 

McCarty Peter, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 

McCarty William, foreman Pioneer Planing Mills, res 418 
Fifth 

McCaslin Andrew J., teamster Bates & Slicer, res 1323 
Ninth av 

McCauley James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

McChesney Joseph B., principal High and Irving Grammar 
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340 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McClanalian Absalom, lumberman, res 817 Castro 

McClanahan Edward, laborer C. P. K. K., res 1653 Pacific 

McClane G. T., expressman, NW cor Ninth and Broadway, 
res 514 Second 

McClane William S., supervisor, res SE cor Forty-third and 
San Pablo av, Temescal 

McClatchy V. S., clerk Oakland Bank of Savings, res 756 
Seventh 

McClellan Henry G., civil engineer (S, F.) res 991 Wood 

McClellan David, horseshoer Eobert Gilmore, res 700 Twen- 
ty-sixth 

McClellan John, mail agent C. P. R. K., res 618 Seven- 
teenth 

McClelland Felix G., roadmaster C. P. R. R., res ^'56 Har- 
rison 

McClelland Henry S., carpenter, res 506 East 23rd 

McCleverty Charles (McCleverty & Noblett) res Galindo 
Hotel 

McCleverty & noblett (Charles McCleverty and 
Robert Noblett) proprietors Fashion Livery Stables, 860 
Broadway 

McClintock Joseph, hostler Foster T. Clark, res 619 East 
16th 

McCloskey Patrick, res 1987 Webster 

MeCLOUD CHARLES A., proprietor Chieftain Livery 
Stables, NW cor Ninth and West, res 833 Market 

McCloud Reuben H., postal clerk C. P. R. R., res 760 
Lydia 

McCloud J. Mrs., res Winsor House 

McCloud William M., foreman Chieftain Livery Stables, res 
cor Market and Seventh 

McClure Brothers (James P. and John E. McClure) watches, 
clocks, jewelry, etc, , 1073 Broadway 

McCLURE DAVID Rev. Ph. D., principal California Mili- 
tary Academy, res NE cor Telegraph av and Prospect 

McClure James P. (McClure Brothers) res 1061 Grove 

McClure John E. (McClure Brothers) res 1061 Grove 

McClure Samuel, timekeeper C. P. R. R., res 1009 Chester 

McClure Sarah, widow, res 1061 Grove 

McCLURE STEWART Major, associate principal Cali- 
fornia Military Academy, res 2160 West 

McCluskey Joseph, carriage painter S. S. Dunmire, res 
Winter's Hotel 

McComb Barron, clerk, res 1729 Adeline 

McComb George, clerk Assessor's Office (S. F.) res W s 
Second av bet Summer and Avon 



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McComb John, clerk Registrar's Office (S. F.) res W s Sec- 
ond av bet Sumraer and Avon 
McComb John, editor Alta California, res W s Second av 

bet Summer and Avon 
McComb W. H. H., watchman, res Adeline nr Thirty-fourth 
McConnell George F., clerk, res 962 Clay 
McConnell James D., harnessmaker, 809 Broadway 
McConnell John, laborer, res 1617 Adeline 
McConnell M. A. Mrs., res 962 Clay 
McConnell William, paper carrier, res 704 Twenty-sixth 
McCord Arthur, painter, res 513 East Twenty-fourth 
McCord Edwin K., artesian well borer, res 1014 Eighteenth 
McCord William O., clerk H. W. Barnes, res S s East 24th 

nr Tenth av 
McCormack Johanna, waitress John Garber, N s Claremont 

av nr Russell, Claremont 
McCormick Edward, laborer C. P. R. R., res S. F. 
McCormick Ellen, res 682 Sycamore 
McCourtney James F., artist, res E s Telegraph av opp 

Fortieth 
McCourtney J. H., farmer, res E s Telegraph av opp Forti- 
eth 
McCourtney M. P. Mrs., real estate, res E s Telegraph av 

opp Fortieth 
McCourtney Paul C, plumber and gasfitter, res E s Tele- 
graph av nr Erie, Temescal 
McCoy Charles L., mining secretary (S. F.) res 62 East 

Central av 
McCracken Hugh, gi'oceries and liquors, 1237 Peralta 
McCracken James, res 1460 Seventh 
McCracken John H., carpenter, res 976 East 16th 
McCray Amanda Miss, clerk S. L. Strickland, res 1120 Wash- 
ington 
McCrea Joseph, housemover, res 1713 Market 
McCrellis Frank, driver G. W. Anderson & Co., res 1631 

Atlantic 
McCrimmon George, painter, res 1408 Fifteenth 
McCrimmon Henry, res 1408 Fifteenth 
McCrimmon Kenneth, carpenter, res 1408 Fifteenth 
McCrindle John M., machinist (S. F.) res 1811 Short 
McCrindle William, iron merchant (S. F.) res 1811 Short 
McCrindle William T., salesman (S. F.) res 1811 Short 
McCuaig William J., res NE cor San Pablo av and Seven- 
teenth 
McCulloch Hamilton, porter S. P. C. R. R., res 762 Third 
McCullough John, res 925 Thirty-fifth 



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McCullough S. G., res Humboldt Park Hotel 

McCully Judson, carpenter, res 671 Twentieth 

McCune Henry C, painter, res Capitol Hotel 

McCurdy James, yardman C. P. R. R., res Seventh Street 

House 
McCurdy John R., carpenter C. P. E. R., res 1416 Ninth 
McCurdy Robert, laborer, res 358 Fourth, rear 
McCutcheon Hugh, hostler A. J. Butterfield & Co., res 215 

Eighth 
McCutcheon Mary J. Mrs., res 661 Sycamore 
McCutcheon William, teamster, res 210 Eighth 
McCutcheon William A., hostler Dexter Stables, res 215 

Eighth 

McDade Mrs., dressmaker, res 549 Charter 

McDanel Margaret Mrs., res 617 Fifteenth 

MeDANIEL THOMAS J., law and collection oflfice, 455 

Eighth, res 1922 San Pablo av 
McDermott Bernard, market, 1669 San Pablo av, res 685 

Twenty-fourth 
McDermott Lizzie, cook Alexander Campbell Sr., res N s 

Orchard bet Telegraph av and Summit 
McDermott M. machinist C. P. R. R. 
McDermott Michael, serviceman Oakland Gas Light Co., 

res W s Castro bet Fifth and Sixth 
McDermott Minnie Miss, res 704 Market 
McDermott Patrick, laborer, res New York Hotel 
McDermott W., domestic Hugh Hughes, 169 Tenth 
McDonald A. Bruce, carpenter, res 1012 Wood 
McDonald Andrew, expressman, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Tel- 
egraph av, Temescal 
McDonald Arthur H., merchant, res 1418 Eleventh 
McDonald Cornelius, laborer, res 860 Lydia 
McDonald Delia, domestic 520 Tenth 
McDonald F. Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

524 Thirteenth 
McDonald John, ship carpenter, res 727 Henry 
McDonald John, tailor I. N. Sloanaker, res 670 Broadway 
McDonald John A., safemaker P. H. McGrew, res S. F. 
McDonald John E., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1259 Eighth 
McDonald Joseph D., carpenter and builder, res 818 

Myrtle 
McDonald L. E. Mrs., dressmaker, res 476 Central av 
McDonald Murdock, lather, res 236 Harlan 
McDonald Thomas, employee C. P.R. R., res 1870 William 
McDonald Thomas H., boxmaker (S F.) res 1930 Linden 
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McDonald William R., teamster G. D. Nagle, res Lake av 
nr Quarry 

McDonald — , carpenter, res 516 Eighth 

McDonell John, coachman Frederick Euss, E s Claremont 
av opp Tyler, Claremont 

McDonell Patrick, coachman John H. Smyth, W s Clare- 
mont av nr Tyler, Claremont 

McDonough James, carpenter, res 1010 East 21st 

McDonough Martin, laborer, res 170 Fifth 

McDougall Duncan,, res 606 Filbert 

McDowell Eleanor, widow, res 983 Pine 

McDowell William A., clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 981 
Pine 

McDuffie Charles D., deputy recorder (Virginia City, Nev.) 
res 621 Eighteenth 

McEachen Donald, ship carpenter, res 725 Lewis 

McEacheu Duncan, shipwright C. P. R. R., res 725 Lewis 

McElrath John E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 668 Sixteenth 

McElroy James, groceries and liquors, NE cor Seventh and 
Clay, res 524 Seventh 

McEnnery Mary, widow, res 378 Seventh 

McEntyre Patrick, fireman stmr El Capitan, Oakland Ferry 

McFadden Bernard, attorney-at-law, 456 Eighth, rooms 1-3 

McFadden John, laborer, res 1379 Thirteenth 

McFadden Michael, saloon, 814 Broadway 

McFadden Patrick, teamster, res 1379 Thirteenth 

McFadden Thomas H., real estate, res 1203 Castro 

McFadden William, laborer, res Melrose nr Pacific Re- 
duction Works 

McFarlane Duncan, engineer C. P. R. R., res 1067 Thir- 
teenth av 

McGann Anthony, plasterer, res 1413 Thirteenth 

McGary Andrew, teamster, res 306 Seventh 

McGauley Thomas, carpenter, res 1360 West 

McGeary Kate, domestic 1403 Chestnut 

McGee Edmond, laborer, res 2212 Magnolia 

McGillivray George, student, res SE cor Eleventh and Mad- 
ison 

McGillivray James J., student L^niversity, res SE cor 
Eleventh and Madison 

McGillivray John D. , student University, res SE cor 
Eleventh and Madison 

McGillivray Joseph, mining expert, res SE cor Eleventh and 
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McGinnis Bernard, res 472 East 11th 

McGinnis Matthew, laborer, res 659 Magnolia 

McGivney James, gasfitter and plumber, 965 Franklin 

McGlassen liosa, domestic George Morrow, NE cor Second 
av and Birch, Temescal 

McGlincliy Mary Miss, clerk Mrs Ida A. Davis, res 1375 
Seventeenth 

McGliuchy Neil, peddler, res 1375 Seventeenth 

McGlone Henry, tinsmith, res Railroad Exchange 

McGOVERN & CAHUjL (Andrew J. McGov(;rn and James 
Cahill) carpets, paper hangings, window shades, etc., 
1157 Broadway 

McGovern Andrew J. (McGovern & Cahill) res 1365 Thir- 
teenth av 

McGovern Michael, hackdriver, res 677 Twenty-third 

McGovern Thomas, laborer, res 358 Fourth 

McGowan Charles M., clerk (S. F.) res 1161 Franklin 

McGowan Martin, teamster David Meeker, res 487 Twenty- 
fifth 

McGrath Edward R., salesman Adolph Bruenn, res Blake 
House 

McGrath J. Mrs., dressmaker Miss Maggie Milliken, res 481 
Twenty-first 

McGrath John, laborer, res 223 Hannah 

McGrath John, shipjoiner C. P. R. R., res 731 Center 

McGrath Kate Miss, seamstress, res 1842 Grove 

McGrath Michael, dairyman, res 1411 Kirkham 

McGrath Michael, laborer, res 1842 Grove 

McGraw George, metermau Oakland Gas Light Co., res 714 
Ninth 

McGraw Lottie Miss, res 1518 Telegraph av 

McGraw Patrick, laborer, res S s Forty-seventh nr Shattuck 
av, Temescal 

McGraw Robert, carpenter, res 53 Valley 

McGreery John, clerk, res 811 Washington 

McGregor Dorothia, widow, res 816 Chester 

McGREW P. H., carriage maker and blacksmith, 1056-1060 
Thirteenth av, res 1421 Eleventh av 

McGuin Michael, coachman Charles F. MacDermot, res SW 
cor Taylor and Campbell 

McGuire Benjamin, brakeman C. P. R. R., res SE cor Wil- 
low and Pacific 

McGuire B. F., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

McGuire Ellen Mrs., domestic Blake House 

McGuire Francis, farmer, rss E s Claremont av nr College 
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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 345 

McGuire JamQS, teamster, res E s San Pablo av ur Sutter, 

Temescal 
McGuire James E., special policeman, res NE cor Bay pi 

and Telegraph av 
McGuire Jesse M., machine hand C P. K. R., res 13 Pear- 
son's E.OW 
McGuire Thomas E., engineer C. P. R. R. shops, res 1722 

Chase 
McGuire William, farmer, res E s Claremont av nr College 

av, Claremont 
McGuire William H., cooper, res 683 Twentj-seventh 
McHaffie James, carpenter, res 3(59 Fifth 
McHargh Bridget Mrs., res 1410 Fifteenth 
McHenry Thomas, laborer, res 263 B 
McHugh John, warehouse (S. F.) res 817 Jackson 
Mclnerney Thomas, butcher (S. F.) res E s Watts nr Park av 
Mclnernj Martin, laborer, res 416 Seventh 
Mclnnis Alexander, carpenter, res lul5 East 22nd 
Mclnnis John, seaman, res 767 Seventh 
Mclntire Frank R., cigarmaker, res 1878 Seventeenth 
Mclntire John, horsetrainer, res Seminary Park Station 
Mclntire John J., proprietor Eagle Box Factory, 5U7-509 

Second, res Alameda 
Mcintosh Kate Mrs., teacher Prescott School, res West 

Berkeley 
Mclntyre Hattie, waitress Winsor House 
Mclntyre Thomas, employee C. P. R. R., res Star House 
Mclsaac Angus, superintendent St. Mary's Cemetery, Web- 
ster nr Mountain View (Cemetery 
Mclsaac John L., gardener St. Mary's Cemetery 
Mclsaac Katie Miss, domestic Carroll Cook, res 122 Lake 
Mclsaac William A., gardener St. Mary's Cemetery 
McKaf D. C, res Galindo Hotel 
McKay Edward, shoemaker (S. F.) res 711 Filbert 
McKay George, plasterer, res 2026 Adeline 
McKay William L., painter, res 667 Eleventh 
McKean Corinne Miss, compositor Daily Times, res 814 

Thirty-fifth 
McKean William, undertaker William T. Hamilton, res 914 

Thirty-fifth 
McKeand George W., searcher of records, SE cor Fourth 

and Broadway, res 858 East 15th 
McKee Alfred, machinist (S. F.) res 1951 Myrtle 
McKee Andrew J., carpenter, res 1951 Myrtle 
McKee Jane, widow, res 1417 Thirteenth' 
McKee Lizzie Miss, teacher music, res 320 Fourteenth 



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346 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McKee Robert L., attorney-at-law, 456 Eighth, ^rooms 1-3, 

res 1033 Adeline 
McKee Samuel Bell, associate justice Supreme Court of Cal- 
ifornia (S. F.) res 1033 Adeline 
McKeen Albert A., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 818 Wood 
McKeen John H., shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., res 818 Wood 
McKeen William A., carpenter C.P.R.R., res 1810 Atlanic 
McKeirnan John, carpenter, res SW cor Eighteenth and 

Kirkham 
McKeinzie Peter, fruits and cigars and tobacco, 1054 Thir- 
teenth av 
McKen Adam, switchman C P. R. R., res 719 Third 
McKenna Daniel, laborer, res 1634 Myrtle 
McKenna Thomas J., peddler, res N s Thirty-ninth nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
McKenney Henry M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 805 Brush 
McKeuney Lafayette M., directory publisher, res 807 Brush 
McKENZIE Sl CO. (Thomas McKenzie and Alexander 
Geddes) proprietors New York Bakery, 910 Broadway 
McKenzie H., solicitor Singer Manufacturing Co., res 712 

Filbert 
McKenzie Kenneth, carpenter, res 617 Tenth 
McKenzie Murdock, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1607 Third 
McKenzie Roderick, horsetrainer, res SW cor Park av and 

Hollis 
McKenzie Thomas (McKenzie & Co.) res 910 Broadway 
McKenzie William, foreman mechanic department of steam- 
ers C. P. R. R., res 511 Tenth 
McKENZIE WILLIAM W., undertaker, SE cor Eighth and 

Broadway, res 611 Fifteenth 
McKeon James, barkeeper Crystal Palace, res 572 Tenth 
McKeon James, paintmaker, res 519 Fourth 
McKeon Patrick H., res 563 East Central av, rear § 
McKetchney Daniel, first mate stmr Oakland, res S. F. 
McKewan James, teamster, res NW cor Thirty-ninth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
McKibben Robert W., carpenter William A. Knowles, res 

364 Thirteenth 
McKillican Donald R., mining engeneer, res 318 Fourteenth 
McKillican Robert, architect, res 560 Twenty-fifth 
McKinlay Archibald, agent Bank British North America (S. 

F.) res 779 Eighth 
Mckinley D. a., wood and coal, SE cor Tenth and Wash- 
ington, res Blake House 
McKinnon Daniel, clerk T. Townsend, res 409 Seventh 
McKinnon Finlay, wheelwright (S. F.) res 1158 Union 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 347 

McKinnon James C, salesman (S. F.) res W s Fruit 

Vale av iir East 14tli 
McKinnon John A. (Brown & McKinnon) res 869 Wash- 

iugton 
McKinnon John J., lumber dealer (S. F.) res W s Fruit 

Vale av nr East 14th 
McKinnon Michael, tailor Brown & McKinnon, res 1010 

West 
McKinnon William, shipcarpenter C. P. K. R., res SW cor 

Williaroj^nd Campbell 
McKinstry E: W., associate justice Supreme Court of Cali- 
fornia, res 836 Jackson 
McKusick Harrison J., superintendent U. S. Railway Mail 
Service (S. F.) res N s Tyler bet Claremont and Col- 
lege avs, Claremont 
McLane Hugh, laborer, res 1371 Eighteenth 
McLafferty B. S. Rev., clergvman, res 829 Sixteenth 
Mclaughlin & MACDONALD (C. W. McLaughlin and 
J. H. Macdonald) real estate and insurance agents, 456 
Central av 
McLaughlin Bernard, policeman, res 1322 Twelfth av 
McLaughlin Casper W. (McLaughlin & Macdonald) and no- 
tary public, 456 Central av, res 1330 Adeline 
McLaughlin Daniel, machinist (S. F.) res 1613 Eighth 
McLaughlin Henry, laborer, res 886 Twenty-seventh 
McLaughlin Margaret, domestic 824 Myrtle 
McLaughlin Michael, confectionery, 855 Wood, res 881 Cedar 
McLaughlin Michael, helper Oakland Gas Light Co. 
McLaughlin Michael, laborer, res 609 Third 
McLaughlin Owen, res 1122 Eleventh av 
McLaughlin Peter, salesman J. P. O'Toole & Co., res 884 

Twenty-seventh 
McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, res 1015 Third 
McLean Cassia Miss, dressmaker, res 519 Eighth 
McLean Edward, real estate, lOOY Broadway, res 1913 

Market 
McLean Edward C, gasfitter Dalziel & Moller, res 1913 

Market 
McLean John, groceries and provisions, 1309 Telegraph av 
McLean John, second engineer stmr Alameda, Oakland Ferry 
McLean John K., pastor Congregational Church, res 52*0 

Thirteenth 
McLean Kittie Miss, res 666 Tenth 

McLean William A., collector (S. F.) res 1213 Thirteenth av 
McLellan Edwin L., head clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service 
(S. F.) res 616 Seventeenth 



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348 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McLeod Daniel, carpenter, res 1616 Seventeenth 

McLure Andrew, sexton First Congregational Church, res 

969 Castro 
McMahan John B,, physician and surgeon, 1113 Broadway, 

rooms 18-19, res Erie House 
McMahan William, laborer, res 1219 Twenty-sixth 
McMahon Frank, laborer C. P. E. R., res Brooklyn 
McMahon James, waiter (S. F.) res 1746 Filbert 
McMahon J. E., student, res Bellevue House 
McMann Bridget, domestic 573 Seventh 
McManus Bernard, carpenter, res 607 Seventeenth 
McManus James, hackdriver, res 273 Ninth 
McManus Joseph, boilermaker, res 709 Franklin 
McManus Kate, domestic 358 East 17th 
McManus Patrick, marble polisher J. J. Nunan, res 1834 

Grove 
McMenamin Daniel, res 1159 Franklin 
McMeuamin Robert D., carpenter, res 314 Third 
McMeuemy James W., gardener Jerome B. Ford, res 923 

Fifth av 
McMillan & Cox (Edward McMillan and Patrick A. Cox) 

groceries and liquors, 837 Market 
McMillan Edward (McMillan & Cox) res 738 Myrtle 
McMillan William, hackman, res 696 Twenty-sixth 
McMillan William J., res 1504 San Pablo av 
McMindes Ira, expressman, NE cor Seventh and Wood, res 

1666 Sixteenth 
McMullen Charles S., bookkeeper, res 1369 Brush 
McMullen David, student Oakland Business College 
McMullen Elizabeth Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 

1369 Brush 
McMullen John, real estate, res 1369 Brush 
McMullen John H., clerk, res 1369 Brush 
McMurphy James H. , carpenter, res 620 Fifth 
McNally Bernard (J. P. O'Toole & Co.) res 1018 Goss 
McNally Catherine, domestic R. W. Wing, res Piedmont 
McNally J. B. Rev., rector St. Patrick's Church, res N s 

Seward bet Campbell and Peralta 
McNally Patrick, plasterer, res St. Louis House 
McNamara Dennis, blacksmith Galvin & Lebrecht, res 1363 

Eighteenth 
McNamara Margaret Mrs., groceries and liquors, 951 Third 
McNamara Michael, laborer, res 1865 Goss 
McNamara Patrick, gardener, res 1814 Union 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, res 610 Second 
McNeal Daniel, painter, res 1613 Myrtle 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 349 

McNeal Donald, painter, res 1613 Myrtle 

McNeal Eliza G. Miss, res NE cor Carlton and Humboldt av, 

Temescal 
McNeal James W., painter, res 1613 Myrtle 
McNeal John W., painter, res 1613 Myrtle 
McNeally M. J., tailor, res 424 B 
McNear George W., commission merchant (S. F.) res 957 

Linden 
McNear John, res 957 Linden 
McNeil John, farmer, res N s East Central av nr Twenty- 

lifth av 
McNerney John B., manager Alameda Iron Works, res 655 

Adeline 
McNerney John B. Jr., patternmaker Alameda Iron Works, 

res 655 Adeline 
McNiece John W., liquor dealer (S. F.) res 1457 Castro 
McNiven J., carpenter, res Somerset House 
McNuff Andrew, tailor W. C. Roberts, res Overland House 
McPeake James, laborer, res 691 Twenty-eighth 
McPeke Patrick, laborer Horatio P. Livermore, res cor 

Fourth av and McAdam 
McPhee Kate Miss, housekeeper George F. McPherson, 470 

Merrimac 
McPherson Angus, res 859 Myrtle 

McPherson George F., mining (S. F.) res 470 Merrimac 
McPherson John A., res 174 Sixth 
McPherson Joseph K., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1770 San 

Pablo av 
McPhun Martha, domestic 519 East 14th 
McQaaid Patrick, car inspector C. P. R. E., res 822 Chester 
McQuarrie D., conductor C. P. E. E., res 1057 Twelfth av 
McQuilkin Patrick, res 520 Eighth 
McEae William, proprietor Washington Hotel, NW cor 

Second and Washington 
McSherry Alexander, teamster, res S s Eighth bet Broad- 
way and Washington 
McTaggart Miles F., physician, res 777 Fourteenth 
McVey John, carpenter, res 1309 Clay 
McWade David D., roadmaster C. P. E. E., res 1277 

Twelfth av 
McWethy Charles, driver Henry C. Pratt 
McWethy Edwin, butcher, 1708 Telegraph av, res 1714 Tele- 
graph av 
McWethy Edwin Jr. , butcher Edwin McWethy, res 316 

Tenth 
Mc Williams John, special policeman, res 621 Chestnut 



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350 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Mc Worthy Frank J., cattler dealer, stock yards SW cor 

Twenty-first and East Central avs, res 457 Bay Place 
Meacham Harriet A., widow, proprietress Bartlett House, 

471-473 Seventh 
Mead Lewis R., secretary Risdon Iron Works (S, F.) res 

NW cor Tenth av and East 17th 
Mead Thaddeus W., solicitor Weston & Welch, res 1012 

Tenth av, E. O. 
Mead William H., secretary Contra Costa Water Co., res 

S. F. 
Meade Calvert, mining secretary (S. F.) res 325 Ninth 
Meade George W., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1318 

Jackson 
Meader Horace P., Oakland and S. F. Express, 1010 Broad- 
way (and S. F.) res 126 Eleventh 
Meads Simeon P., teacher High School, res 758 Sixteenth 
Meagher Agues Miss, dressmaker, res 512 Eighth 
Meagher Edward, plumber, res 1054 Broadway 
Meaglier John, plasterer, res SW cor Kirkham and Tenth 
Meagher Sarah, domestic 518 Thirteenth 
Mechanics' Hotel, Mrs. Mary McCarthy proprietress, 416 

Seventh 
Medau John H., farmer, res County Road, Hays Valley . 
Medbery William C, car cleaner C. P. R. R.,'res Berkeley 
Medicus Adam, florist and seedsman, 1829 San Pablo av 
Medoras Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R., res 252 Harlan 
Mee James, machinist, res 1360 Webster 
Mee Maggie Miss, dressmaking, 1315 San Pabla av 
Meek A. P. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 

950 Filbert 
MEEKER DAVm, coal and wood, NE cor Market and 

Eighth, res S. F. 
Meeker George C, architect, res 1422 Sixth av 
Meeker James T. Mrs., widow, res 1422 Sixth av 
Meeks William N., capitalist (S. F.) res 534 Knox pi 
Meese Gustave, student, res 1213 Eighth 
Meese Herman (Bach, Meese & Co., S. F.) res 1213 Eighth 
Meese Walter, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1213 Eighth 
Megown Robert M., bricklayer, res Capitol Hotel 
Meherin John J., saloon, 900 Broadway, res 957 Franklin 
Mehring Jacob, carriage painter, 421 Third, res 360 Seventh 
Mehrmann Henry, clerk, res 852 Isabella 
Mehrmann John F., physician, res 852 Isabella 
Meincke John H., laborer, res 666 Harrison 
Meinecke Henry, butcher John W. Glaze, res 617 East 

Central av 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 365 Tenth Street. 



OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 351 

Mejasson Leon, res NE cor Ninth and Peralta 

Mel George, insurance (S. F.) res NW cor Fourth and 

Jackson 
Melburn Richard, porter, res 819 Chester 
Melby S., ship carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1464 Fifth 
Meldrum Henry, stevedore, res 732 Union 
Mellien Ernest W., mining, res 1165 Twenty-fourth 
Melior James F. (Eyan & Mellor) res SW cor Clay and 

Central av 
Melius Nathaniel S., painter C. P. E. E., res 812 Linden 
Melquiond Cyr, teacher French, res 1660 Sixteenth 
Melquiond Eulalie B. Mme., private schools (French and 
English) 1109 Central av. and 1113 Franklin, res 1113 
Franklin 
Melquiond Eellie G. Mme., teacher Mme. E. B. Mel- 
quiond, res 1660 Sixteenth 
Melrose Garden, Charles G. Nixdorf proprietor, N s San 

Leandro Eoad nr High, Fruit Vale 
Melrose School, Miss Nellie Walsh teacher, E s High nrE. 

E. crossing, Melrose 
Melville S. D., res 495 Plymouth av 
MELVIN & CO. (S. H. and William P. Melvin) drugs nad 

medicines, SW cor Sixth and East Central avs 
Melvin Samuel H. (Melvin & Co.) res 1279 Fifth av 
Melvin William, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1451 Seventh 
Melvin William P. (Melvin & Co.) res 1279 Fifth av 
Mencarini Damiano, cement and plaster statuary, 1166 

Broadway, res S. F. 
Mencarini Eafael, manager D. Mencarini, 1166 Broadway, 

res S. F. 
MENDOCINO LUMBER YARD, Walter Laidlaw proprie- 
tor, SE cor Seventh and Brush 
Menefee William H., deputy assessor Oakland Township, 

res West Berkeley 
Menges & Winkler (Henry Menges and Jacob Winkler) 

barbers, 454 Eighth 
Menges Jacob, brassfounder (S. F.) res 821 Center 
Menges Henry (Menges & Winkler) res 612 Fourth 
MENKE DEIDERICH, groceries and liquors, 827 Broad- 
way, res 458 Sixth 
MENTZ FREDERICK, groceries and liquors, 1270 Center, 

res 1268 Center 
Menzen Henry, car cleaner C. P. E. E., res SW cor Camp- 
bell and William 
Merchant Adolph, farmer, res W s Eedwood Eoad, Fruit 
Vale 



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352 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Merchant Charles H. (Dean, Watson & Co.) res Marshfield, 

Coos Co., Oregon 
Merchant Eben, with Conklin Brothers, res 1554 Broadway- 
Merchant John, compositor Pacific Press, res 503 Eleventh 
Mercier Charles H., messenger Union Savings Bank, res 

713 Sixth 
Meredith George A., student Oakland Business College 
Meredith Griffith, lumber dealer, res 1305 Alice 
Merithew Charles H., general merchandise (S. F.) res 571 

East Central av 
Merkle Joseph S., varnisher Charles L. Taylor, res S. F. 
Merle Adrian, salesman (S. F.) res 1010 Chester 
Merrall Joseph H., workman U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 958 

Castro 
Merriam & Co. (William S. Merriam) wholesale and retail 

dealers poultry, dairy produce and provisions, 1217 

Broadway 
Merriam George H., tinner (S. F.) res 828 Kirkham 
Merriam William A., salesman Merriam & Co., res 1382 Tel- 
egraph av 
Merriam William S. (Merriam & Co.) res 1382 Telegraph av 
Merrick William, dairyman John R. Talcott, res E s Hieh 

nr East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Merrill & Son (William B. and George H. Merrill) brick 

manufacturers, office foot Webster 
Merrill Alva D., salesman (S. F.) res 1301 Franklin 
Merrill Eugene C, railroadman, res 701 Campbell 
Merrill George H. (Merrill & Son) res 1443 Linden 
Merrill Isaac N., clerk (S. F.) res 1444 Chestnut 
Merrill James T., carpenter East Oakland Planing Mills, res 

S. F. 
Merrill Samuel, res W s Claremout av nr College av • 
Merrill Thomas, master mariner, res 514 East 15th 
Merrill William B. (Merrill & Son) res 1443 Linden 
Merriman A. F. & Son (A. F. and A. F. Merriman Jr.) 

dentists, NWcor Eleventh and Broadway, room 7 
Merriman Alvin F. (A. F. Merriman & Son) res 706 Tenth 
Merriman Alvin F. Jr. (A. F. Merriman & Son) res 706 Tenth 
Merritt Ambrose, with W. W. McKeuzie, res 362 Ninth 
Merritt Harry P., draftsman (S. F.) res 1157 Franklin 
Merritt Julia^Miss, teacher Durant School, res 573 Seven- 
teenth 
MERRITT SAMUEL, capitalist and proprietor Oakland 

Lumber Yard, office 404 Central av, res 1213 Madison 
Merritt Stephen H., master mariner, res 1157 Franklin 
Mersich D., fruit dealer (S. F.) res 569 Seventh 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 353 

Mertens Katriua Mrs., boarding, NE cor Telegraph av and 

Broadway 
Mertz John H., manufacturer windmills, 1368 San Pablo av, 

res NW cor Seventeenth and San Pablo av 
Merwin Belle Miss, principal Lynn School, res 612 East 15th 
Mervvin Davilla W., conductor C P. K. K., res 606 East 

Central av 
Merwin Elias C, carpenter, res 612 East 15th 
Merwin Eugene, straw worker, res 819 Market 
Meserve James L., cabinetmaker Chris. Schreiber, res S. F. 
Meserve Charles, butcher John Stewart, res SE cor Elizabeth 

and San Pablo av, Temescal 
Meserve William, with Chris. Schreiber, res 411 Fifteenth 
Mesmer & Paepcke (C. Mesmer and A. Paepcke) wood and 

coal, hay and grain, SE cor Wood and Goss 
Mesmer Christian (Mesmer & Paepcke) res 1268 Campbell 
Messmer Kilian, liquor saloon and cigars, 2080 Thirteenth av, 

Lynn 
Metcalf Alef Mrs., physician, office and res 910 Franklin 
Metcalf George D., attorney-at-law and notary public, 921 

Broadway, room 20, res Berkeley 
Metcalf Orlando F., contractor, res 910 Franklin 
Metcalf Victor H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 674 Sixteenth 
Metcalf William, res 608 Central av 
Metcalfe N. R. Mrs., widow, res E s Claremont av bet Tyler 

and Russell, Claremont 
Methers Nicholas, teamster Burner & Young, res 664 

Franklin 
Methodist (colored) Church, SE cor Seventh and West 
Methodist Episcopal Church, S s East 15th bet Seventh and 

Eighth avs 
Methodist Episcopal Church, S s Temescal bet Telegraph 

av and Maple 
Metz Frank, farmer, res 460 Fifth 
Metzger Eugene, gardener J. C. Rued, res W s Chestnut bet 

Central av and Thirteenth 
Metzger George Y., res 1110 Contral av 
Metzler George, cook Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 East 14th 
Meves August, jeweler L. P. Berger, res 358 Seventh 
Meves Otto, jeweler, res 358 Seventh 
Meves Theodore, upholsterer F. Rading, res 358 Seventh 
Meyer Adolph, hatter, res 336 Eighth 
MEYER ADOLPH JR., hatter, 909 Washington, res 366 

Eighth 
Meyer A. H., clerk Eureka Hotel, SW cor Seventh and 

Washington 



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354 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Meyer Alexander, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 944 Wood 

Meyer Alfred, clerk Harry L. KoiF, res 466 Sixth 

Meyer August, clerk Eaffo Brothers, res 671 Broadway 

Meyer Charles A., clerk (S. F.) res 720 Tenth 

MEYER F. H., druggist, 1450 Seventh 

MEYER F. H. MRS., embroidery and fancy goods, 1452 

Seventh 
Meyer Fritz, veterinary surgeon, res 416 Eighth 
Meyer Gustave "W. , hatter Adolph Meyer Jr. , res 366 Eighth 
Meyer Henry, clerk Diederich Menke, res 456 Sixth 
MEYER HENRY H., proprietor Eureka Hotel, SW cor 

Washington and Seventh 
Meyer Herman, clerk Diedrich Buhsen, res 1802 William 
Meyer H. Henry, miller Hickok & Son, res S. F. 
Meyer Hugo S., manager P. J. Gerhardy, res 765 Clay 
Meyer John, carver, res 1718 Filbert 
Meyer John H., fireman C. P. E. K., res 751 Campbell 
Meyer Michael, engraver (S. F.) res 1718 Filbert 
Meyer Victoria, widow, res 1718 Filbert 
Meyerhoff Charles, carpet layer Charles L. Taylor, res 483 

Twenty-fourth 
Meyerhoff Julia Mrs. , midwife, res 483 Twenty-fourth 
Meyerhoff Oscar G., carpet layer Charles L. Taylor, res 483 

Twenty-fourth 
Meyers Agnes, domestic Thomas J. P. Lazy, 118 Ninth 
Meyers Andrew, res 826 Sixteenth 

Meyers Herman W., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 
Meyers William, butcher John L. May, res 1659 William 
Mezger Conrad, gardener, res S s Chestnut nr Central av 
Mezger Margaret, widow, res S s Chestnut nr Central av 
Mezger R., gardener, res S s Chestnut nr Central av 
Mhoon John B., attorney -at-law (S. F.) res 1017 Adeline 
Michel August, real estate, res 1516 Eighth 
Middleton Jonathan, ship chandler (S. F.) res N s East 27th 

nr Twenty-first av, Highland Park 
Middleton William A., brick mason, res 724 Linden 
Mies Robert, laborer, res 565 East Sixteenth 
Mikkelsen Thomas, waiter L. Milloslavich, res 831 Franklin 
Milan Michael, hostler Robert Glover, N s Ninth bet Clay 

and Jefferson 
Milbury Samuel, real estate agent, 1002 Broadway, res 1325 

Alice 
Miles John, commission merchant, res 924 Filbert 
Miles William T., engineer Felton Engine Co. No. 2, Oak- 
land Fire Department, res 468 Sixth 
Milestone William, master mariner, res 683 Twenty-sixth 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 355 

Miling Mary, widow, laundress, res 519 Sixth 
Mill William W., carpenter, res 1280 Eighth av 
Millan David, carriage painter (S. F.) res 220 Louise 
Millan John C., cigarmaker (S. F.) and member City Coun- 
cil, res 220 Louise 
Millan William, painter, res 220 Louise 
Millar John, harnessmaker (S. F.) res 1318 Tenth 
Millar John E., searcher of records (S. F.) res 1318 Tenth 
Millard Huldah, res E s Telegraph av bet Linden and Tem- 

escal, Temescal 
Millen Emma, domestic W, J. Landers, 1951 Grove 
MILLER & HARDEN (A. S. Miller and F. B. Harden) 

druggists, 1760 Seventh 
MILLER & SMITH (John M. Miller and James H. Smith) 
attorneys-at-law, SE cor Eighth and Broadway, rooms 
3-6 
Miller & Winsor (James Miller and Serril Winsor) proprie- 
tors California Pottery and Terra Cotta Works, cor East 
Central and Park avs, office 1200 Broadway 
Miller Albert, capitalist, res 1264 Fourteenth 
Miller Albert, sawyer (S. F.) res E s Cypress nr Tenth 
Miller Alexander, carpenter, res 1534 West 
Miller Alice Miss, student, res 57 Valley 
Miller Agues S. (Miller & Harden) res 729 Myrtle 
Miller Andrew A., miller, res 1534 West 
Miller A. K., salesman Salinger Brothers, res 1105 Broadway 
Miller Charles, laborer Edward Wallop, res N s Bedwood 

Road nr Alderney Farm 
Miller Charles E., clerk F. B. Miller & Co., res Kohler- 

Chase House 
Miller Chris., driver Fourteenth Street R. R., res Fourteenth 

bet Center and Peralta 
Miller C. O. G., student, res 1264 Fourteenth 
Miller Don F., advertising agent (S. F.) res 834 Franklin 
Miller E., capitalist, res Tubbs Hotel 

'Miller Edward G., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., res 472 Ninth 
Miller Elias, dairyman, res S s Merced av nr Shattuck av, 

Temescal 
Miller F. B. & Co. (Finis B. and Robert W. Miller) groceries 

and provisions, 413 Central av 
Miller Finis B. (F. B. Miller & Co.) res 1165 Washington 
Miller Flora Mrs., lodgings, 417 First 
Miller Frank D., law student (S. F.) res cor Telegraph av 

and Forty-sixth, Temescal 
Miller Frank N., assistant jailor County Jail, res 807 Wash- 
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356 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Miller Frederick, res S s Merced av nr Shattuck av, Temes 

cal 
Miller Frederick, butcher Eice & White, res 1057 Webster 
Miller Frederick, compositor, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller Frederick, carpenter, res 712 Franklin 
Miller Lillie Miss, res 57 Yalley 

Miller Frederick W. (Schwab, Heidet & Co.) res 1069 Cen- 
tral av 
Miller George, junk dealer (S. F.) res 1117 Alice 
Miller George, druggist, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller George, laborer, res High nr Fruit Vale 
Miller George Mrs., widow, furnished rooms, 819 Washing- 
ton 
Miller George H., clerk Miller & Harden, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller Harry E., student, res 1264 Fourteenth 
Miller H, B., teacher Temescal School, res NW cor Tele- 
graph av and Forty-third 
Miller H. Clay, cashier Custom House (S. F.) res SW cor 

East 11th and Tenth av 
Miller Henry, collector, 476 Eighth, res 1724 Eighth 
Miller Henry C, clerk stmr Harriet (S. F.) res 917 Clay 
Miller Henry M. A., secretary Presidio R. E. (S. F.) res 

1264 Fourteenth 
Miller Henry R., mining (S. F.) res 1413 Brush 
Miller Hiram, photographer, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller H. L. Mrs., widow, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Miller J. A., physician, surgeon and druggist, SE cor Tele- 
graph av and Birch, res NW cor Forty-third and Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Miller James (Miller & Winsor) res SW cor Park and East 

Central av 
Miller Jennie Miss, dressmaker, 974 Seventh 
Miller Jeremiah, president S. F. Steamboat and Transporta- 
tion Co. (S. F.) res 917 Clay 
Miller J. Frank, auditor Custom House (S. F.) res cor Park^ 

av and Hollis 
Miller J. Fred, bookbinder and paper ruler, 921 Broadway, 

room 9, res 802 Alice 
Miller John, res E s San Pablo av nr R. R. crossing, Tem- 
escal 
Miller John, junk dealer, res 1211 Twenty-fourth 
Miller John, sailmaker, res 201 B 
Miller John M. (Miller & Smith) res Galiudo Hotel 
Miller John W., hay and grain (S. F.) res 1404 Adeline 
Miller Josie Miss, teacher music, res 819 Washington 
Miller Lillie, domestic Bennett R. Bates, 966 Madison 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 357 

Miller Mary, domestic 1630 Telegraph av 

Miller Orrin C, mining broker, res 1214 Twelfth av 

Miller Peter, Custom House broker (S. F.) res Deming 

House 
Miller Richard, carpenter, res 1455 Broadway 
Miller Robert W. (F. B. Miller & Co.) res 1165 Washington 
Miller Solomon M., res Occidental House 
Miller William B., mill hand, res 1534 West 
Miller William E., trustee Oakland Bank of Savings, res 

1277 Webster 
Miller William H., messenger S. F. Stock Exchange (S. F.) 

res 57 Valley 
Miller William N ., planing mill (S. F.) res 1105 Jackson 
Miller William P., superintendent Castle Dome Mining and 

Smelting Co., res W s Bay av nr R. R. crossing, Mel- 
rose 
Miller W. J. Mrs., widow, res 1259 Alice 
Miller — , stockbroker (S. F.) res West Oakland House 
Miller's Block, 377 Central av 
Millet James, milker Sterry Walker, res Pleasant Valley 

Ranch 
Milliet Alexis, laborer, res 416 First 
Milligan David, farmer, res cor Seminary av and San Lean- 

dro Road 
Milligan Henry G., bookkeeper Oakland Lumber Yard, res 

763 Clay 
Milliken Daniel B., res 770 Thirteenth 
Millikin Maggie Miss, dressmaker, 1353 Telegraph av 
Millikin Sallie Miss, dressmaker Miss Maggie Millikin, res 

1353 Telegraph av 
Millington S. J., teacher dancing, 377 Central av 
Millins James, painter C. P. R. R. 
Milloslavich Louis, oyster and chop house, 459 Seventh, res 

477 Eighth 
Mills Addie E. Miss, teacher Mills' Seminary 
Mills A. N., carpenter C P. R. R., res 1661^ Eighth 
Mills C. T. Mrs., associate principal Mills' Seminary 
Mills C. T. Rev., principal Mills' Seminary, res Seminary 

av 4 miles east of Brooklyn 
Mills Eugene W., agent D. M. Osborne & Co. (S. F.) res 

316 Tenth 
Mills' Seminary for Young Ladies, Seminary av 4 miles east 

of Brooklyn 
Milroy Robert B., stockbroker (S. F.) res 1457 Eighth 
Miltersen Niels, hostler George Forbes, res 1070 Thir- 
teenth av 



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368 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Milton Anthony, master mariner, res 1839 San Pablo av 
Milwain Alexander M., draftsman Clinton Day, res 1315 

Franklin 
Minahan John, marble cutter, res 520 Fifth 
Miner Alida M. Miss, teacher, res "Winsor House 
Miner Annie E. Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res W s 

Shattuck av nr Temescal Creek, Temescal 
Miner Henry, plasterer, res N s Alcatraz av nr San Pablo 

av, Temescal 
Miner Kate F. Miss, res N s Seventh nr Pine 
Minigan James, ropemaker, res E s High nr Railroad Cross- 
ing, Melrose 
Miniter T. B. Mrs., res 764 Brush 

Mink Peter J., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 
Minnett George C, butcher and extraman Engine Co. No. 1, 

Oakland Fire Department, res 461 Ninth 
Minturn E. Mrs., electro-therapeutist, office Winsor House 
Minocevis P. N., cook Martin Siars, res 1254 San Pablo av 
MIRANDA JOHN B., cigars and billiard saloon and agent 
Standard Fire Insurance Co., 407 Eighth, res 364 Eighth 
Mirror (The) Weekly Illustrated, Mirror Publishing Co. 

publishers and proprietors, Wilcox Block 
Mitchell A. E., widow, res 1259 Webster 
Mitchell Alexander, farmer, res Boss Browne Way off Ver- 
non av, Claremont 
Mitchell Benjamin H ., brass finisher (S. F.) res 661 Jef- 
ferson 
Mitchell Charles H., cook B. J. Donahue, res West Oak- 
land House 
Mitchell David R., laborer, res ('65 Adeline 
Mitchell E. J. Mrs., widow, res 667 Washington 
Mitchell Elizabeth J., widow, res 665 Adeline 
Mitchell Fannie Miss, dressmaker, res 665 Adeline 
Mitchell Frank, driver Whitney & Co's Express, res 1551 

Seventh 
Mitchell Fred. E., salesman J. Lusk & Co., res N s Birch 

bet Telegraph av and Maple, Temescal 
Mitchell George H., insurance (S. F.) res 1165 Washington 
Mitchell G. Justice, marine insurance broker (S. F.) res 568 

Caledonia av 
Mitchell James E., canmaker, res 812 Pine 
Mitchell James H., carpenter, res 1937 Union 
Mitchell John H., groceries and liquors, NW cor Fifth and 

and Castro, res 166 Second 
Mitchell L., res Centennial House 
Mitchell Laura Miss, dressmaker, res 665 Adeline 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 359 

Mitchell Louise, widow, res Old County Koad nr Fruit 

Vale av 
Mitchell Lydia W., widow, res 59 East Central av 
Mitchell Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 1551 Seventh 
Mitchell Michael, laborer, res 1372 Eighteenth 
Mitchell Samuel H., policeman, res 59 East Central av 
Mitchell Thomas A., insurance (S. E.) res 763 Thirteenth 
Mitchell Walter W., clerk Oakland Ice Co., res 365 Tenth 
Mitchels Vincent P. sign writer, 406 Eighth, res 957 Webster 
MIX GUSTAVE L., searcher of records, SE cor Ninth and 

Broadway, Union Bank building, res 1257 Clay, 
Mock William, laborer Frederick Delger, res 524 Frederick 
Moe Theodore M., teacher languages, res 1401 Harrison 
Moeller John, harnessmaker, res 243 Watts 
Moeller John H., porter (S. F.) res 1619 Seward 
Moffitt George, baggage master C. P. E. K., res 1067 Six- 
teenth 
Moffitt James (Blake, Bobbins & Co., S. F.) res NW cor 

Twenty-second and Webster 
Moffitt James, engineer Engine No. 4, Oakland Fire Depart- 
ment, res 623 East 14th 
Mohr Henry, tinsmith M. De La Montanya, res 853 Thirty- 

iirst 
Mohrmann Henry, butcher, res Eureka Hotel 
Moller William (Dalziel & Moller) res NE cor Nineteenth 

and Grove 
MoUeut George A., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 504 Fifteenth 
Molloy Thomas, deputy assessor, res W s High nr East 14th, 

Fruit Vale 
Moloney P., joiner C. P. R. B. 
Moloney Thomas, shoemaker Joseph Green, res Winthrop 

House 
Monaghan Patrick, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1666 Pacific 
Monahan Charles, laborer, res N s Forty-second nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Monahan Michael, laborer, res NW cor A and Ettie 
Monahan Phoebe, domestic W. O. Hayden, Temescal 
Monell George I. N., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1002 Adeline 
Mongelaz Charles G., bartender Antone Bocqueraz, res 512 

Sixth 
Monnet Louis, capitalist, res 1154 Eighth 
Monnett Joseph L., wine dealer, res 515 Fourth 
Monroe Eugene B., photographer, res 1116 Linden 
Monroe Francis S., mining secretary (S.F.) res 490 Twenty- 
third 
Monroe John, machinist C. P. R. R., res 1813 William 



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Monroe Julia A., widow, res 457 Twenty-sixth 

Montague John J., laundrjman Contra Costa Laundry 

Montague Peter, master mariner, res foot Alice 

Montague Samuel S., chief engineer C. P. K. R., res 1019 
Filbert 

MONTAGUE W. W. & CO. (Wilfred W. Montague, C. 
AdolpheLow, Charles A. Beiden and Alonzo A. Watkins) 
stoves, ranges, tinware, and marbleized iron mantles, and 
plumbing and gasfitting, 1120 Broadway 

Montague Wilfred W. (W. W. Montague & Co., S. F.) 

MONTANDON A. F., attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, rooms 
13-15, res 654 Twenty-sixth 

Montealegre J. G. , coffee and spices (S. F.) res W s Hum- 
boldt av nr Parker, Temescal 

Monteith Andrew J., speculator, res 960 Brush 

Montgomery Edward A., cigars and tobacco, 905 Broadway 
and NE cor Seventh and Washington, res 833 Clay 

Montgomery John J., groceries, NW cor Forty-second and 
Telegraph av, res W s Telegraph av bet Forty-first and 
Forty-second, Temescal 

Montgomery Richard J., clerk John J. Montgomery, res 
W s Telegraph av bet Forty-first and Forty-second, 
Temescal 

Montgomery William T., student University, res 914 Pine 

MONTGOMERY ZACH., attorney-at law, 15-16 Wilcox 
Block, res W s Telegraph av bet Forty-first and Forty- 
second, Temescal 

Mooar George Rev. D. D., professor Pacific Theological 
Seminary and pastor Plymouth Avenue Congregational 
Church, res 444 Edwards 

Moody Edwin, engraver, res 118 Fourth 

Moody Edwin A., dairyman, res SE cor Grove and Forty- 
sixth, Temescal 

Moody Horace, carpenter, res 839 Franklin 

MOODY VOLNEY D., president First National Bank of 
Oakland, res 564 Fourteenth 

Moody William C, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co., res 
564 Fourteenth 

Moon Hiram B., driver Hayes, Carrick & Co., res W s San 
Pablo av, S Peabody's Lane 

Moon H. Richard, teamster E. M. Lawrence, res W s San 
Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 

Moon John H., millwright (S. F.) res 886 Cedar 

Mooney James, train dispatcher C. P. R. R., res 987 Center 

MOORE A. A., attorney-at-law, SE cor Ninth and Broadway, 
res 1053 Fifth av 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 361 

Moore Carrie Miss, res 1319 Grove 

Moore Charles I., master mariner, res 1059 Willow 

Moore Edwin S., artist, res N s Maple nr College av, Clare- 

mont 
Moore Elizabeth Mrs., res Ns Thirty-ninth nr Grove, Tem- 

escal 
Moore Frederick, porter C. P. E. R. res 1572 Fifth 
Moore Henry K., attorjiey-at law (S. F.) res 1123 Linden 
Moore Hiram, produce (S. F.) res 809 Webster 
Moore James, carpenter, res 1813 San Pablo av 
Moore John, res N s Maple nr College av, Claremont 
Moore John A. painter, res 1950 Myrtle 
Moore John M., res 922 Thirty-fourth 
Moore John Parr, solicitor, res 465 Fourth 
Moore Margaret Mrs., res 414 Sixth 
Moore M. B. Mrs., res 1620 Eighth 

Moore Nelson S. , livery stable, 413 Fourth, res 363 Fifth 
Moore Owen, salesman (S. F.) res 1662 Sixteenth 
Moore Richard, laborer, res 409 Seventh 
Moore Theodore S., livery stable, 457 Eighth, res Suuuyside 

House 
Moore Thomas R., janitor Lynn School, res 702 East 33rd, 

Lynn 
Moore William, farmhand J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Moore William A., helper Oakland Planing Mills 
Moore William H., butcher Charles H. Smith, res 1313 

Brush 
Moore William J., salesman, res 1506 Broadway 
Moore William S., insurance solicitor, res 1506 Broadway 
Moore W. W., capitalist, res SW cor Park av and Hollis 
Moorehead Catherine, domestic 917 Fifth 
Moot Henry, res Capitol Hotel 
Moquiu Alexei, laborer, res 418 First 
Moraga Josephine, widow, res 1924 San Pablo av 
Moran & Galavan (T. J. Morau and J. Galavan) plumbers 

and gasfitters, 1512 Seventh 
Moran Bernard, wines and liquors, NE cor Thirty-sixth and 

San Pablo av 
Moran Darby J., clerk Diederich Rathjen, res NW cor Fifth 

and Jefferson 
Moran Edward, coachman J. B.Wandesforde, 574 Sycamore 
Moran E. Mrs., res E s San Pablo avnr Thirty-sixth, Temes- 
cal 
Moran James T. (Greenhood & Moran) res 625 Filbert 
Moran Michael J., stevedore (S. F.) res 1665 Sixteenth 



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Moran Terrence J. (Moran & Galavan) res 1467 Seventh 

Moran Thomas, laborer, res 713 Myrtle 

Merck William (Frauneder & Morck) res 659 Twentieth 

More Henry H., farmer, res 176 Lake 

Morehan Mary, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Morehead James T., res 742 Teralta 

Moren Peter, carriagemaker, res St. Louis House 

Moreton Henry, tailor, 505 Seventh 

Moray Parker F., mechanical engineer, res W s Claremont 
av S of College av 

Morey Koswell E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 924 Twenty- 
eighth 

Morgan Agostino, drayman (S. F.) res 621 Filbert 

Morgan Bart (Bart Morgan & Co.) res 855 Myrtle 

MORGAN BART & CO. (Bart Morgan and E. R. Pease) 
druggists, Vinzent Block, NE cor Seventh and Market 

MORGAN BENJAMIN, importer and dealer liquors, 379 
Central av 

Morgan Charles B., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 716 Fourteenth 

Morgan Conservatory of Music, Spencer C. Browne secre- 
tary, Stephen W. Leach musical director, 528 Eigh- 
teenth 

Morgan Edward H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 654 Fourteenth 

Morgan Enoch D., carpenter S. P. R. R., res 680 Twenty- 
third 

MORGAN GEORGE L., attorney-at-law, 859 Broadway, 
room 14, res 262 Eighth 

Morgan Hannah Miss, laundi-ess Contra Costa Laundry 

Morgan John, laborer A. L. Tubbs 

Morgan Lucinda Mrs., res Centennial House 

Morgan Olive Miss, teacher Durant School 

Morgan Owen R., carpenter, res E s Telegraph av nr Wes- 
ton av 

Morgan Robert, laborer, res Union Hotel 

Morgan Susie I. Miss, instructor vocal culture and piano 
Morgan Conservatory of Music, res 528 Eighteenth 

MORGAN THOMAS W., city engineer, office City Hall, 
res 611 Nineteenth 

Morgan William M., cabinetmaker, res 712 Linden 

Morgans Charles H., carriage painter, 365 Eleventh, res 
Oakland House 

MORGUE THE, 1112 Broadway 

Moriarty Jeremiah, tailor S. Francis, res 1537 West 

Mories Addison H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1687 Adeline 
Morison James H., real estate agent (S. F.) res 865 Filbert 
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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 363 

Morison William C, real estate agent (S. F.) res 865 Fil- 
bert 
Morison William W., butcher Henry May, res 865 Filbert 
Morison William W. (Fisher & Morison) res 1875 William 
Morley Lewis, dairy, Hays Road nr Lake Chabot 
Morley Miles, boots and shoes, 857 Broadway, res NichoU 

House 
Morley William R., civil engineer, res 1919 Filbert 
Moroney John, liquors (S. F.) res 913 Chester 
Morrill Simeon F., carpenter and builder, res E s Claremont 

av nr Telegraph av 
Morris & Co. (M. L. Morris and I. P. Crow) wholesale butch- 
ers, Stock Yard, Butchertown 
Morris Amerigo, res 1453 Broadway 
Morris C. A. Mrs., dressmaker, res 261 Ninth 
Morris EdAvard H., clerk, res 1676 Eighth 
Morris Henry D., agent (S. F.) res 912 Filbert 
Morris Henry S., porter C P. R. R., res 1676 Eighth 
Morris Jacob S., mining, res 1453 Broadway 
Morris John, driver Fourteenth Street R. R., res 1709 Cen- 
tral av 
Morris John, teamster, res 661 Third 
Morris John E., telegraph operator S. P. R. R., res 619 

Third 
Morris John W., fireman C. P. R. R., res 619 Third 
Morris Lemuel P., carpenter (S. F.) res 2233 Adeline 
Morris Mary B. Miss, res 1453 Broadway 
Morris M. Elizabeth Miss, teacher Tompkins School, res 619 

Third 
Morris Marcus L. (Morris & Co.) res 1144 Myrtle 
Morris Moses, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 323 Eleventh 
Morris Preston, ticket aerent C. P. R. R. Oakland Wharf, res 

960 Fifth 
Morris Thomas C, clerk, res 689 Twenty-sixth 
Morris William E., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 6121 East 

Central av 
Morrison Catherine, widow, res 1320 Sixth av 
Morrison Daniel, watchman Oakland Planing Mills, res 662 

Washington 
Morrison Dolena, widow, res 718 Henry 
Morrison Edwin C, bookkeeper Oakland Bank of Savings, 

res 479 Plymouth av 
Morrison Hector, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1771 Seward 
Morrison John, fireman C P. R. R., res 1064 Twelfth av 
Morrison P. M., carpenter, res 2080 San Pablo av 
Morrison Robert, seaman, res 320 Second 



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Morrison William, laborer, res N s Forty-seventli nr Shat- 
tuck av, Temescal 

Morrison William, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res 
Amador Hotel 

Morrissey Kichard, variety store, 241 Louise 

Morrow David, carpenter, res S s Spring nr Adeline, Tem- 
escal 

Morrow David, farmer, res 1263 Twelfth av 

Morrow Frederick B., merchant (S. F.) res 2257 Telegraph av 

Morrow George, hay and grain merchant (S. F.) res NE cor 
Second av and Birch, Temescal 

Morrow George P., bookkeeper P. M. S. S. Co. (S. F.) res 
NE cor Second av and Birch, Temescal 

Morrow James A., clerk (S. F.) res 2257 Telegraph av 

Morrow John, farmer, res 2257 Telegraph av 

MorroAv John F., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 2257 Telegraph av 

Morrow William H., clerk Adams & Co., res 2257 Tele- 
graph av 

Morse Edwin B., res 428 East 23rd 

Morse Elijah, res 411 Fifteenth 

Morse E. S. Mrs., res 610 Central av 

Morse Harry N., detective (S. F.) res SE cor Newton and 
Hanover 

Morse Hiram, millinery and ladies' furnishing goods, 1115 
Broadway, and publisher Ladies' Home Journal (S. F.) 
res Deming House 

Morse Isaac P., mining, res 428 East 23rd 

Morse Milton F., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1665 Lincoln 

Morse Ralza A., deputy assessor Oakland Township, res 
Berkeley 

Morse Samuel B. Rev., pastor First Baptist Church of East 
Oakland, res 554 East 16th 

MORSE'S DETECTIVE AND COLLECTION AGENCY, 
Hirshberg & Lawson managers, 856 Broadway, rooms 
9-10 

Morton A. F. Mrs. , res 610 Fourteenth 

Morton Christian, carpenter, res 667 Adeline 

Morton George H. (William Morton & Son) res 830 Web- 
ster 

Morton James C, attorney-at-law, res 1266 Grove 

Mortimer Henry W., clerk (S. F.) res 1263 Brush 

Morton William (William Morton & Son) res 830 Webster 

Morton William & Son (William and George H. Morton) car- 
penters and builders, 830 Webster 

Mosbacher George, salesman Kahn & Sons, res 226 Cen- 
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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 365 

Mosca Ernesto, liquor saloon, SW cor Sixth and Broadway, 

res 832 Franklin 
Mosch John, waiter Samuel Ellingsworth, res 959 Webster 
Moser Antone G., tailor Charles Keuter, res Capitol Hotel 
Mosher Frank, machinist, res 661 Franklin 
Mosher George, res 919 Thirty-sixth 

Mosher James, shipcarpenter C. P. K. R., res 1621 Taylor 
Mosher James L., photographer (S. F.) res 1014 Cypress 
Moskimon Kobert H. Jr., compositor Tribune Publishing 

Co., res 715 Chester 
Moskimon William H., compositor (S. F.) res 715 Chester 
Moss George, bookbinder, res 1414 Sixth av 
Moss J. Mora, capitalist, res SE cor Telegraph and Moss 

avs, Temescal 
Moss James W., insurance solicitor, res 2223 Grove 
Moss Robert, laborer, res 715 Third 
Moss William, laborer C. P. R. R. and furnished rooms and 

boarding, 316 Tenth 
Mott Fannie Mrs., res 1714 Central av 
Mott Frank K., messenger American District Telegraph Co., 

res 1714 Central av 
Mott John, res 1455 Third 
Motzenbecker Minnie, widow, res 865 Chester 
Mould William B., stock speculator, res 262 Eighth 
Moulthrop Esther Mrs., domestic Ladies' Relief Society 

Home, S s Linden bet Telegraph av and Broadway, Te- 
mescal 
Moulthrop Jeremiah, painter, res 221 Ettie 
Moulton D. S., sewing machine agent (S.F.) res 1615Taylor 
Moulton F. Mrs., dressmaker, res 563 Eleventh 
Mount J. Harvev (King & Mount) res 627 Eighteenth 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY, north terminus Web- 
ster via Broadway and Piedmont R. R. 
MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY ASSOCIATION, R. W. 

Kirkham president, John S. Collins secretary, C. W. 

Kellogg treasurer, William Collins superintendent, M. 

G. King engineer, office SW cor Broadway and Tenth 
Mountain View Nursery, P. J. Keller & Co. proprietors, W 

s Webseer nr Mountain View Cemetery 
Mouver Mary, widow, res 1717 Atlantic 
Mowbray Roscoe C, dentist (S. F.) res 1707 Chase 
Mowe H. W. Mrs., widow, res 146 Lake 
Mowell Paul D., salesman W. A. Rouse & Co., res 1378 

Franklin 
Mower Elizabefti Miss, compositor Times job office, res 1423 

Third 



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366 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Mower Ettie Miss, nurse, res 1423 Third 

Mower Mary E., widow, res 1423 Third 

Mowry Mary, domestic 277 Eighth 

Moye Frank, mining secretary (S. F.) res 1267 Brush 

Moynihan Daniel, laborer, res 653 Magnolia 

Moynihan John, marble yard, W s Webster nr Mountain 
View Cemetery, res 520 Fifth 

Mudge Theodore A., real estate agent (S. F.) res 1012 
Fifth av 

Mudgett Webster, driver Oakland R. R,, res S s Cleveland 
av nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Muecke Gottlieb E. A., commission merchant (S. F.) re^ 
1291 Alice 

Muehlenthaler John, barkeeper A. H. Hansen, res 1766 Goss 

Mueller Constantine, teacher music, res 1804 Chestnut 

Mueller Ernst, watchmaker and jeweler, 923 Broadway, res 
1610 San Pablo av 

Mueller Jacob, harnessmaker, 1305 San Pablo av, res .Watts 
Tract 

MUEIJjER J. C, upholsterer and dealer parlor furniture, 
1169 Washington, res 366 Fifth 

Muentzer Henry, laborer Oakland Brewery, res NE cor Tel- 
egraph av and Durant 

Mues Richard, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., res 1830 William 

Muir Barclay, proprietor oyster beds. Central av Bridge, 
res 721 Franklin 

Mulcahy John, laborer Pacific Reduction Works, res Nel- 
son House, Melrose 

Mulcahy Michael, laborer, res N s East 14th bet Thirteenth 
and Fourteenth avs 

Mulder John, hostler Oscar C Baldy, res 1366 Broadway 

Mulford H. S., attorney-at-law, office 624 East Central av, 
res Alameda 

Mulgrew James, lamplighter, res 1115 Sixteenth av 

Mulhaney James, laborer, res 133 Hannah 

Mulheron Francis, laborer, res 1355 Seventeenth 

Mulholland Edward, laborer, res 311 Seventh 

Mulholland Elizabeth Miss, res 408 Thirteenth 

Mulholland Hugh, laborer, res NE cor Prospect and Wals- 
worth 

Mulholland Robert, loam and gravel dealer, res 904 Thirty- 
second 

MuUan Delia, domestic William C. B. DeFremery, res Pros- 
pect nr Broadway 

Mullan Thomas, laborer, res 913 Alice 

Mullen Alexander, carpenter, res 2046 Union 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 367 

Mullen Harriet, widow, res 1017 Fourteenth 

Mullen Harriet M. Miss, principal Harrison Street School, 

res 1017 Fourteenth 
Mullen John, blacksmith C. P. E. E., res 482 Twenty-first 
Mullen John, laborer, res 874 Twenty-first 
Mullen Margaret, domestic 1379 Eighth av 
Mullen Minnie, domestic 1415 Filbert 
Mullen Patrick, laborer, res 1285 Campbell 
Muller Adolpb, saloon keeper (Martinez) res 713 Fifth 
Muller Charles, musician, res 713 Fifth 
Muller Charles, teamster Brooklyn Brewery, res 879 East 14th 
Muller Frederick, driver Fashion Stables, res 713 Fifth 
Muller Henry, farm hand Hugh Dimond,res Ws Fruit Vale 

av Ij miles N of Old County Eoad 
Mullhaupt Eudolph, shoemaker, 1622 San Pablo av, res 1620 

San Pablo av 
Mulligan John, car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1162 Peralta 
Mulligan William, shipcarpenter, res 522 Second 
Mulliken John, mechanic, res 1212 West 
Mulliken Eichard, proprietor Mulliken's Dancing Academy, 

Nicholl Hall, res Nicholl House 
Mulliken's Dancing Academy, Nicholl Block NE cor Ninth 

and Washington 
Mullikin Joseph D., farmer, res N s Fortieth nr Adeline, 

Temescal 
Mullen Patrick, laborer Leon Trelut res NW cor Campbell 

and Seventeenth 
MuUins Eichard, helper C. P. E. E. 

Mulqueeney James, laborer C. P. E. E., res 133 Hannah 
Multner Frank, livery and boarding stable, 370 Eleventh, res 

854 Jefferson 
Multner Frederick, clerk Frank Multner, res 854 Jefferson 
Mulvehill Dennis, watchman C. P. E. E., res 728 Peralta 
Mulvey Christopher, car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1785 

William 
Mulville Neptune B., attorney-at-law (S. F.)res 616 Ninth 
Mumm Charles, ship carpenter C. P. E. E., res C. P. Eail- 

road House 
Munce John, machinist, res 1660 Pacific 
Munday Frank, laborer, res 1535 Curtis 
Munday Maggie, domestic E. E. Potter, 272 Eleventh 
Mundell John, barber, res 833 Twenty -ninth 
Munsell James Jr., insurance agent (S. F.) res 1264 Elev- 

eth av 
Munson Arthur K., salesman with Torrey, Whitman & 

Gardiner, res 524 Jones 



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368 OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

Miinson Carl F., wheat sampler, res 213 Fourth 

Munson Claus, laborer, res 1056 East Fourteenth 

Munson S. A. Mrs., res 524 Jones 

Muntz Henrietta, domestic Prof. E. Schneider, 489 Orchard 

Murchand Theophile, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Murdock William, joiner C. P. R. R., res Alameda 

Murphy Annie Miss, teacher, res 1211 West 

Murphy Anthony, teamster, res 1737 Filbert 

Murphy Catherine, widow, res 518 East Fifteenth 

Murphy Cornelius, laborer, res 417 Seventh 

Murphy Daniel, barkeeper Amador Hotel, res 215 Sixth 

Murphy Daniel, liquor saloon, 1841 Seventh 

Murphy Dennis, laborer, res 831 Brush 

Murphy Edmund, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1475 Seventh, 

rear 
Murphy James, laborer, res 1724 Filbert 
Murphy James Mrs., widow, res 1724 Filbert 
Murphy James A., salesman O'Connell & Co., res 719 Alice 
Murphy James W., liquor saloon, 1756 Telegraph av 
Murphy Jeremiah T., stairbuilder, res 216 Sixth 
Murphy Johanna, widow, res 1475 Seventh 
Murphy John, engineer stmr Capital, res 730 Myrtle 
Murphy John, fireman C. P. R. R., res 355 B 
Murphy John, longshoreman, res St. Louis House 
Murphy John C, machinist, res 620 Fifth 
Murphy John F., driver Whitney & Co.'s Express, res 613 

Sixth 
Murphy John H., architectural ornament maker, 1228 Broad- 
way 
Murphy John P., farmer, res W s High nr East 14th, Fruit 

Yale 
Murphy Jonathan, dairyman John R. Talcott, res E s High 

nr East 14th, Fruit Vale 
Murphy Joseph S., res 719 Alice 
Murphy Julia, domestic 104 East 15th 
Murphy Katie, domestic Albion K. P. Harmon, 1568 

Webster 
Murphy Lizzie M. Miss, school teacher, res 258 Fifth 
Murphy Martin, laborer, res 714 Linden 
Murphy Michael, laborer, res 652 Myrtle 
Murphy Michael, saloon, SW cor Fourth and Clay 
Murphy Nellie, domestic A. K. P. Harmon, 1568 Webster 
Murphy Norah, domestic H. J. Plomteaux, 820 Thirty- 
fourth 
Murphy Owen A., fruit dealer (S. F.) res SEcor Forty-fifth 
and Telegraph av 



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OAKLAND [ M ] DIRECTORY. 369 

Murphy Patrick, car driver, res 462 Sixth 

Murphy Patrick, fireman stmr El Capitan, Oakland Ferry 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, res 1260 Campbell 

Murphy Patrick A. (O'Connell & Co.) res 719 Alice 

Murphy Richard, brass polisher, res 1459 Thirteenth 

Murphy Rose, widow, res junction College and Claremont 

avs, Claremont 
Murphy Samuel E., seaman, res 228 Ettie 
Murphy Thomas, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Murphy Thomas, packer J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Murphy William, engineer C. P. R. R., res 1717 Taylor 
Murphy William, laborer, res 1714 Thirteenth av 
Murphy William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., res 215 

Sixth 
Murphy William, steward Centennial House 
Murphy William Jr., laborer, res 1714 Thirteenth 
Murphy William S. (Phelps, Murphy & Co.) res 666 Thirty- 
third 
Murr Christopher, watchman Court House, res 404 East 25th 
Murray Dennis T., gardener, res 822 Myrtle 
Murray Edward, hostler Myron M. Tinkham,]cor Central av 

and Webster 
Murray Edward C, master mariner, res 1689 Telegraph av 
Murray John, tailor, res 974 Twenty-fourth 
Murray Lucy Miss, teacher music Mills Seminary 
Marra|| Owen Y., laborer, res 652 Jackson 
Murray Paulina C. Mrs., res 1689 Telegraph av 
Murray Robert M., contractor and builder, res 698 Twenty- 
fourth 
Murray Thomas, butcher William Long, res 1670 Atlantic 
Murray Thomas F., tailor, res 974 Twenty-fourth 
Murray Timothy, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., res 1676 At- 
lantic 
Murray William B., res 771 Fourteenth 
Murray William F., hostler Myron M. Tinkham, cor Central 

av and Webster 
Murtha Michael, laborer, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Murtha Peter, millstone dresser (S. F.) res 1715 Taylor. 
Murtha William H., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Murty John M., engineer Oakland Ice Co., res 365 Tenth 
Musgrave Margaret, widow, res 665 Eleventh 
Musselman David, bootmaker, 909 Seventh 
Musser Frank P., employee C. P. R. R., res 1562 Tele- 
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370 OAKLAND [ I^ ] DIRECTORY. 

Musser Ormsby C, clerk, res 1562 Telegraph av 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. (of New York) James L. Fogg 

agent, 952 Broadway 
Muurman Peter C, seaman, res 128 Ettie 
Muzy Byron, salesman Kohler & Chase, res 730 Eleventh 
MYERS FREDERICK F., lime, plaster, cement, etc., NE 

cor Washington and Third, res 508 Fourth 
Myers George C, carpenter, res 653 Jefferson 
Myers Jackson R., railroad contractor, res E s Broadway 

nr Orchard 
Myers Jonathan, res S s Forty-second ur Telegraph av, Tem- 

escal 
Myers William E., lineman Western Union Telegraph Co., 

res 1013 Franklin 
Myles George A., salesman E. D. Block & Co., res 420 

First 
Myles Richard, tillerman Relief Hook and Ladder Co. No. 

1, Oakland Fire Department, res 470 Sixth 
Myles William, plasterer, res SW cor Seventh and Franklin 
Myrick Ella Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1118 Brush 
Myrick John B., machinist C. P. R. R., res 1718 Chase 
Myrick Lizzie B. Miss, teacher Durant School, res 1369 

Castro 
Myrick Marv A. Mrs., res 1369 Castro 
Myrick M. W. Mrs., res 1369 Castro 
Myrick Percy J., driver Oakland Ice Co., res 365 Tenth 



N 

Naegle George H., res 607 Webster 

Naegle John J., teamster Fisher & Taylor, res SW cor First 
and Franklin 

Nagle Charles, waiter, res N s Minna nr Telegraph av, Tem- 
escal 

Nagle Edward, gardener, res 566 Sixteenth 

Nagle George D. (George D. Nagle & Co.) res 620 Eigh- 
teenth 

NAGLE GEORGE D. & CO. (George D. Nagle) contract- 
ors and builders, brick manufacturers (Piedmont) and 
proprietors Oakland Artificial Stone Works, 620 
Eighteenth 

Nagle George W., clerk George D. Nagle & Co., res 620 
Eighteenth 

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Naismith Gavin, salesman J. S. &. M. Naismith, res 1701 
Eighth 

Naismith George S., groceries, SE cor Eighth and Clay, res 
529 Eighth 

Naismith Grace Mrs., res 465 Thirteenth 

Naismith James S., clerk (S. F.) res 465 Thirteenth 

Naismith Jennie S. Miss (J. S. & M. Naismith) res 465 
Thirteenth 

Naismith John, barber, res 465 Thirteenth 

Naismith J. S. & M., fancy goods, 1161 Broadway 

Naismith Millie Mrs. (J. S. & M. Naismith) res 1701 
Eighth 

NAPA SODA SPRINGS, Joseph S. G. Gordon agent, 365 
Tenth 

Narbett William, carpenter, res 1515 Fifth 

Nash, Brown & Co. (John A. Nash, Leonard D. Brown and 
TV. A. Loring) groceries, NE cor Webster and Seventh 

Nash Daniel, pottery, res SW cor East 34th and Summit, 
Lynn 

Nash James J. , res 960 Washington 

Nash John A. (Nash, Brown & Co.) res 1220 Castro 

Nash Jonathan M., bakery, 960 Washington 

Nash Joseph, commission -merchant (S. F.) res 1111 Ade- 
line 

Nash Peter E., res Seventh Street House 

Nason Frank T., cook, res Grand Western Hotel 

Nathan Bertha Miss, governess Isaac L. Eequa, res Pied- 
mont 

Nattkemper Henry, saloon, 919 Seventh 

Natwel Theodore 'C, potter Miller & Winsor, res SW cor 
East Central and Park avs 

Nauber Clara, widow, res 921 East 14th 

Naughtou Mary, domestic 574 East 14th 

Neace Andrew J., deputy constable Oakland Township, res 
S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Neal Mary Miss, teacher, res 404 Central av 

Neal Eobert, clerk C. E. Norris, res E s Telegi'aph av nr 
Forty-ninth, Temescal 

NEBEL HERRMANN, clerk Diederich Menke, res 827 
Broadway 

Nedderman Bernard, boot and shoemaker, 703 East Central 
av, and foreman Engine Co. No. 4, Oakland Fire De- 
partment, res 423 East Central av 

Nedderman Henry, policeman, res 423 East Central av 

Negrini James, proprietor Campi Eestaurant, 858 Broadway, 
res S. F. 



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372 OAKLAND [ N ] DIRECTORY. 

Neidt F. R. & Co. (F. E. Neidt and John Bohrer) tallow and 

soap, E s Green nr Dalton av 
Neidt F: R. (F. R. Neidt & Co.) res E s Green nr Dalton av 
Neil William, plasterer, res 1420 Central av 
Neilson Chris., res SW cor Harmon and Paradise, Temescal 
Neilson Lars, gardener, res E s Broadway nr Booth 
Nelle William, market, 371 Central av, res 410 Tenth 
NELIiER li. & CO. (L. Neller and Hugo Fuegel) wines, 
liquors and cigars, and agents Fredericksburg Lager 
Beer, NW cor Fifteenth and San Pablo av 
Neller Leopold (L. Neller & Co.) res NW cor Fifteenth and 

San Pablo av 
Nelson Bella Miss, res N s Brooklyn bet Bay and Hills- 
borough 
Nelson Charles, carpenter, res Twenty- second nr Adeline 
Nelson Chris., coachman James Gamble, res Piedmont 

Springs 
Nelson Chris., proprietor Nelson House, Melrose Station 
Nelson Daniel, laborer, res 663 Adeline 
Nelson Edward, res 571 Thirty-sixth 
Nelson Edward, laborer, res 969 Fifth 
Nelson Frank, hostler, res 457 Eighth 
Nelson Hannah, domestic 875 Filbert 
Nelson House, Chris. Nelson proprietor, Melrose Station 
Nelson James W., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, res 729 

Eighth 
Nelson Lena Miss, dressmaker Mrs. D. I. Scott, res 835 

Market 
Neison Melvin, foreman State Prison (San Quentin) res 1121 

Campbell 
Nelson Peter, coachman Grant I. Taggart 
Nelson Rebecca Mrs., dressmaker, res 916 Wood 
Nelson Thomas, master mariner, res 668 Thirty\fourth 
Neppert John A., upholsterer E. Hook, res 1116 Broadway 
Nerney Dennis, boiler maker, res SE cor Fifth and Oak 
Nesbitt Jane W. Miss, assistant Grove Street Primary School, 

res 1217 Myrtle 
Nesbitt Mary A., widow, res 553 East 18th 
Nesdell Peter, hostler Contra Costa Laundry 
Nestell Daniel D. T., physician, res 631 Fourteenth 
Neth Christina Miss, res 572 Tenth 
Neuer Rosa Miss, teacher piano and German Snell Seminary, 

res 568 Central av 
Nevens Eugene, dairy, res County Road, Hays' Valley 
New England Home School, Miss M. A. Phelps, proprie- 
tress, Ross Browne Way off Vernon av, Claremont 



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OAKLAND [ N ] DIRECTORY. 373 

New Orleans Insurance Co. (fire) E. A. Heron agent, 442 

Central av 
NEW SNYDER HOUSE, Mrs. I. E. Levi, proprietress, 

4691 Ninth 
NEW YORK BAKERY, McKenzie & Co. proprietors, 910 

Broadway 
New York City Insurance Co. (fire) E. A. Heron agent, 422 

Central av 
New York Hotel, James Gibbons proprietor, SE cor Seventh 

and Franklin 
New York Livery Stable, Robinson & Lawrence proprietors, 

SW for Webster and Eighth 
NEW YORK TEA CO. (Wallace Brothers) teas, coffees, 

and spices, 833 Broadway 
Newbern James, salesman C. & A. Nordhausen, res NW cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Newberry Hattie K., teacher Durant School, res 629 Four- 
teenth 
Newcomb Warren W., ticket agent N. P. C. R. R. (S. F.) 

res W s Webster nr John 
Newcomb William, res W s Webster nr John 
Newcum J. Wesley, architect, res 1112 Center 
Newell James, laborer C P. R. R.., res 1418 Seventeenth 
Newell Theresa Miss, teacher Cole School, res 948 Camp- 
bell 
Newell Thomas, merchant (S. F.) res 2102 Telegraph av 
Newhouse Henry, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 319 

Seventh 
Newhouse John, baker New York Bakery, res Hartman 

House 
Newkoop John, shipcarpenter, res 683 Twenty-sixth 
Newland & Ekman (Andrew Newland and William Ekman) 

proprietors Newland House, NE cor Washington and 

Seventh 
Newland & Pumyea (Edward Newland and Peter Pumyea) 

livery stable, 470 Seventh 
Newland Andrew (Newland & Ekman) res Newland House 
Newland Edward (Newland & Pumyea) res 1677 Valdez 
Newland Edward A., with William T. Coleman & Co. (S.F.) 

res 1677 Valdez 
Newland House, Newland & Ekman proprietors, NE cor 

Washington and Seventh 
Newland Stephen, florist, res N s Forty-second nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Newman Charles, captain schooner Carro True, res foot Bay 

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Newman Isaac (Leon Hershberg & Co.) res 1114 Central av 

Newman Sophia, nurse, 903 Market 

Newman William, laborer, res 966 Third 

Newport Thomas L., clerk A. Bruenn, res 368 Seventh 

Newson Alexander L., contractor and builder, res 1567 

Twenty -first av 
Newson John J. & Co. (John J. and Thomas D. Newson) 

architects, 454 Central av 
Newsom John J. (John J. Newson & Co.) res SW cor Eighth 

av and East 17th 
Newsom John C, architect (S. F.) res SW cor Sixth av and 

East 16th 
Newsom L. M., nurseryman and florist, 151 East Central av, 

res SW cor Sixth av and East 16th 
Newsom Samuel, architect (S. F.) res W s Fourth av nr 

East 19th 
Newsom Thomas D. (John J. Newsom & Co.) res SW cor 

Eighth av and East 17th 
Newton Charles, res Lake Shore av nr Hanover av 
Newton G., pastor Centennial M. E. Church, res 1669 

Taylor 
Neylan James, lumber dealer, (S. F.) res 329 Fifth 
Neylan John, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1267 Eighth 
Niagara Insurance Co. (Fire of New York) Doe, GrijQ&n & 

Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 
Nicholl Block, NE cor Ninth and Washington 
NichoU House, John H. Nicholl proprietor, NE cor Ninth 

and Washington 
Nicholl John H., proprietor Nicholl House, NE cor Ninth 

and Washington 
Nichols Abraham W., shipping clerk (S. F.) res 826 Henry 
Nichols Annie, domestic Charles F. Botts, 1005 Jackson 
Nichols Charles, porter W^. W. Montague & Co., res Berke- 
ley 
Nichols Charles E., carpenter, res S s Blake nr Ellsworth, 

Temescal 
Nichols Charles M., insurance surveyor (S- F.) res 1355 

Thirteenth av 
Nichols Elam, res 1355 Thirteenth av 
Nichols James, carpenter, res 578 Seventeenth 
NICHOLS JESSE C, apothecary J. D. Gray, res 1059 

Broadway 
Nichols Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Nichols K. S. Miss, proprietress Wilcox House, SW cor 

Ninth and Broadway 
Nichols Samuel M., res 826 Henry 



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Nichols S. v., carpenter, res N s Parker nr Fulton, Temes- 

cal 
Nichols William W., farmer, res 1641 San Pablo av 
Nicholson George J., nursery, NW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Grove 
Nicholson Isaac E., physician, office and res 626 Eighth 
Nicholson Jolin H., bagmaker (S. F.) res 1211 Alice 
Nicholson Thomas M., laborer, res 1810 Taylor 
Nickerson Everett, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1660 Eighth 
Nickerson George W., carpenter, res 1721 Myrtle 
Nickerson Zenos P., contractor, res 911 Willow 
Nicol Peter, plumber, res 698 Twenty-fifth 
Nicola Joseph, laborer C. P. R. R., res 676 Twenty-seventh 
Nicolai Louis, upholsterer E. Hook, res 668 Twenty-fourth, 

rear 
Nicoll Alexander, merchant tailor, 853 Broadway, res New 

York 
Nicolls Harry, Avood turner, res 1002 Third 
Nicora Beruhard, painter, res 822 Twenty-ninth 
Niemann Robert, res 1405 Thirteenth 
Nightingale & Gilliland (N. D. Nightingale and Isabella Gil- 

liland) dry goods and notions, SWcor Telegraph avand 

Forty-ninth, Temescal 
Nightingale A. F. Mrs., widow, res N s Brooklyn bet Bay 

and Hillsborough 
Nightingale N. D. Mrs (Nightingale & Gilliland) res SW cor 

Telegraph av and Forty-ninth, Temescal 
Nightingale William H., res 1016 Central av 
Nightingill Frederick G., machinist, res 1462 Castro 
Nightingill Gideon R., helper U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1462 

Castro 
Nightingill S. F., watchman (S. F.) res 1462 Castro 
Nigro F., capitalist, res 1450 J Seventh 
Nimock James, carpenter, res W s McCall bet Mariposa and 

Benton, Temescal 
Ninth Street Livery Stable, Robert Glover proprietor, N s 

Ninth bet Clay and Jefferson 
Nippert John, upholsterer E. Hook, res 1116 Broadway 
Nissen Charles, farmhand C. N. Tharsing, res W s High nr 

County Road 
Nissen Ludwig C, shipchandler, res 1717 Chase 
Niswander Jacob S., miner, res 809 Wood 
Nixdorf Charles G., proprietor Melrose Garden, res S s San 

Leandro Road nr High, Fruit Vale 
Nixon Robert B., carpenter and builder, res S s Minna nr 

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Nixon Samuel, laborer, res 150 Louise 

Noble Jesse W., car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 1765 Atlantic 

Noble Mattie Miss, folder Pacific Press, res 838 West 

Noblett Robert (McCleverty & Noblett) res 1058 Alice 

Nobmann Charles, res 675 Fourth 

Noisat Pierre, native wines and brandies, NE cor Fourth 

and Jefferson 
Nolan Bridget, widow, res 1213 Fifteenth av 
Nolan Cornelius, expressman, res 708 Twenty-seventh 
Nolan Dennis (Haller & Nolan) res 1213 Fifteenth av 
Nolan George, brass m older (S. F.) res 1810 Goss 
Nolan Harry, messenger American District Telegraph Co., 

res 493 Twenty-fifth 
Nolan James (Carney & Nolan) res 417 Seventh 
Nolan James, engineer Oakland Gas Light Co., res 661 Jef- 
ferson 
Nolan James, laborer, res 161 East Tenth 
Nolan James E., sign painter Vincent P. Mitchels, res 752 

Brush 
Nolan Lawrence, saddler (S. F.) res 1810 Goss 
Nolan Mary, domestic Albion K. P. Harmon, 1568 Webster 
Nolan Mary, domestic 1924 Myrtle 
Nolan Michael, coachman Charles L. Dingley, res 876 East 

15th 
Nolan Michael, gardener, res 1213 Fifteenth av 
Nolan Michael, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1813 William 
Nolan P., laborer C. P. R. R. 

Nolan Philip, driver Brooklyn, Fruit Yale and Mills' Semi- 
nary R. R., res 1053 Thirteenth av 
Nolan Stephen, gardener, res 493 Twenty-fifth 
Nolan Timothy, truckman C. P. R. R., res 709 Clay 
Nolan William, contractor, res 752 Brush 
NOIiAN WILLIAM H., boots and shoes, 1071 Broadway, 

res 404 Central av 
Nolen M. J., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 843 Madison 
Noll Joseph, wines and liquors, NW cor Webster and Seventh 
Noll Wilhelmina, widow, res 668 Harrison 
Nolte Henry, res 960 Clay 

Nommensen Charles E., liquor saloon, foot Webster 
Noonan Martin, train dispatcher C. P. R. R., res 1268 

Central av 
Noonan Patrick, butcher, res res S s Avon bet First and 

Second avs 
Noonan William J., butcher res S s Avon bet First and 

Second avs 
Nor Andrew H., hostler C. H. Nor, res Grand Western Hotel 



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Nor Andrew J. (Eiben & Nor) res 1658 Seventh 

NOR CHRISTIAN H., proprietor Stanford Stables, NE cor 
Wood and Seventh, res Grand Western Hotel 

Norcross D. Mrs., proprietress Nucleus House, 1254 San 
Pablo av 

Norcross Daniel, regalia manufacturer (S. F.) res 1254 San 
Pablo av 

Norcross James, carpenter (S. F.) res 1019 Willow 

Nordhausen Adolphe, res 623 Third 

Nordhausen C. & A. (Charles C and Ernest A. Nordhausen) 
clothing and boots and shoes, 839 Broadway 

Nordhausen Charles C. (C. & A. Nordhausen) res 623 Third 

Nordhausen Ernest A. (C. & A. Nordhausen) res 623 Third 

Noriega Pedro, hats and caps (S. F.) res 870 Campbell 

Norman Ellen, groceries and liquors, 1015 Third 

NORRIS COLUMBUS R., postmaster North Temescal, 
and groceries, fruits, cigars and tobacco, stationery, 
etc., E s Telegraph av nr Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Norris Edward M., res NW cor Thirty-sixth and Market, 
Temescal 

Norris William T., res NW cor Thirty-sixth and Market, 
Temescal 

Norris James C, shipping agent (S. F.) res 1268 Harrison 

North Albert, res 220 Center 

North British and Mercantile Fire Insurance Co., Walker & 
Strong agents, 457 Central av 

NORTH TEMESCAL POST OFFICE, C. R. Norris post- 
master, E s Telegraph av nr Forty-ninth, Temescal 

NORTHEY & WAGAR (V. S. Northey and L. Wagar) pro- 
prietors Brooklyn Carriage Manufactory, 803 East Cen- 
tral av 

Northey Yernal S. (Northey & Wagar) res 553 East 15th 

Northrup Benjamin C, joiner C. P. R. E. 

Northwestern National Insurance Co. (fire of Milwaukee) M. 
W. Wood agent, 1178 Broadway 

Norton Frank B., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 527 Eighteenth 

Norton John, carriage painter S. S. Dunmire, res 1724 
Chase 

Norton John A., with Ghirardelli & Petar, res 1305 Clay 

Norton Martin, laborei, res S s Avon bet First and Second 
avs 

Norton Rachel Miss, res 2106 Telegraph av 

Norton William H., telegraph operator C. P. R- R., res 1709 
Eighth 

Norwood William H., tinsmith (S. F.) res W s Folger av 
nr San Pablo av 



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378 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Nothnagle George, upholsterer Charles L. Taylor, res 584 
Twentieth 

Nourse George A., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1205 Oak 

Nourse George F., grain dealer (Chico) res NW cor Ash by 
and Telegraph avs, Temescal 

Novelty Job Office, C. B. Kice proprietor, 1073 Thir- 
teenth av 

Noyes Bartholomew, law student (S. F.) res W s Summit 
nr Orchard 

Noyes Frederic E., bookkeeper, res W s Summit nr Or- 
chard 

Noyes John L., res NE cor Seventeenth and West 

Noyes Louis, cook Tubbs Hotel 

Noyes Mary C. Mrs., res W s Summit nr Orchard 

Noyes Richard B., mining secretary (S. F.) res Telegraph 
av nr Temescal Creek 

Noyes Sarah T., widow, res 1004 East 16th 

Noyes William T., carpenter, res 1004 East 16th 

Nucleus House, Mrs. D. Norcross proprietress, 1254 San 
San Pablo av 

Nueman J ohn, laundryman Berkeley Laundry 

Nugent James, liquors, 1469 Seventh 

Nunan Daniel, laborer, res 409 Seventh 

Nunan John J., marble works, 1417 San Pablo av, res 408 
Thirteenth 

Nunan Matthew Charles, clerk (S. F.) res 918 Henry 

Nunemacher Robert, gardener, res 233 Second 

Nuns Thetouia, laborer, res 1365 Eighteenth 

Nusbaumer Emil, attorney-at-law, office Court House, sec- 
ond floor, res 1437 San Pablo av 

NUSBAUMER GEORGE L., county surveyor, office Court 
House, first floor, res 1437 San Pablo av 

Nybol Andreas P., cigars and tobacco, 627 East Central av, 
1055 Thirteenth av 

NYE & RICHARDSON (Stephen G. Nye and J. B. Rich- 
ardson) attorueys-at-law, 548 Eighth, rooms 8-10 

Nye Elisha, groceries, 315 Seventh 

Nye Stephen G. (Nye & Richardson) and notary public, 
office 458 Eighth, rooms 8-10, res San Leandro 

o 

O'Beirne Joseph F., U, S. Commissioner (S. F.) res 958 

Third 
O'Brien Albert, silver plater (S. F.) res 565 Second 



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Gordon's ICE WAGONS run regularly to Alameda and Berkeley. 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 



379 



O'Brien Bridget Mrs., res 1823 Goss 

O'Brien Bridget, domestic NW cor Union and County Eoad, 

Lynn 
O'Brien David, laborer, res 1568 Third 
O'Brien Edward, plumber, res 1823 Goss 
O'Brien Ellen, widow, res 1432 Linden 
O'Brien Ellen, chambermaid Tubbs Hotel 
O'Brien Hannah, domestic 404 East 16th 
O'Brien James, cook, res 368 First 
O'Brien James, farmer, res Fruit Vale 
O'Brien John, calker, res 1453 Fifth 
O'Brien John, laborer, res 371 Third 

O'Brien John E., car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1832 Seventh 
O'Brien Katie Miss, res 1432 Linden 
O'Brien Laura, domestic H. Engelbrecht, 166 Tenth 
O'Brien Margaret, domestic 1029 Sixth av 
O'Brien Mary, widow, res 565 Second 
O'Brien Matthew, dealer produce, res 129 Hannah 
O'Brien Michael, mill furnishing (S. F.) res 1468 Ninth 
O'Brien Michael R., butcher, res N s Forty -first nr Adeline 
O'Brien Michael V., car builder C. P. R. R., res 1832 

Seventh 
O'Brien Nicholas, horseshoer Jacob Seitz, res NE cor 

Seventh and Franklin 
O'Brien Patrick, tailor S. Francis, res S. F. 
O'Brien Philip, laborer, res 647 Campbell 
O'Brien Thomas, cabinetmaker Charles L. Taylor, res 1410 

Brush 
O'Brien Thomas, carpenter, res E s San Pablo av nr Thirty- 
ninth, Temescal 
O'Brien William (Clooney & O'Brien) res 1517 Fifth 
O'Brien AVilliam, clerk, res 1823 Goss 
O'Brien William, cook Oakland Trotting Park 
O'Brien William H. ^Major, instructor California Military 

Academy, res Occidental House 
O'Callaghan William, chief engineer, res W s Peralta bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
O'CONNELIi & CO. (P. J. O'Connell and P. A. Murphy) 

dry and fancy goods, 1119 Broadway 
O'Connell Daniel, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 
O'Connell John, driver Edward A. Brown, res 806 Alice 
O'Connell Margaret, widow, res 1709 Seventh 
O'Connell Maurice, gardener, res 1168 Seventh 
O'Connell Michael, hostler A. J. Butterfield & Co., res 687 

Twenty-fifth 
O'Connell Patrick, teamster F. Barnard & Co., res 28 Valley 



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380 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

O'Connell Patrick J. (O'Connell &. Co.) res 915 Grove 
O'Connell Peter laborer C. P. E. R., res 811 Magnolia 
O'Connor Charles, salesman William H. Nolan, res 1175 

Sixteenth av 
O'Connor Ellen, domestic NW cor Park and San Pablo av 
O'Connor Frank, car driver, res 1175 Sixteenth av 
O'Connor James, liquor saloon, 1002 Twenty-fourth 
O'Connor Jeremiah, granite yards, SE cor Seventh and 

Castro and Webster nr Mountain View Cemetry, res 

John nr Webster 
O'Connor John, res 1175 Sixteenth av 
O'Connor John, bricklayer, res 1076 Thirty-second 
O'Connor John, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 1502 Fifth 
O'Connor John, laborer, res 763 Castro 
O'Connor John, section foreman C. P. R. R., res Shell 

Mound 
O'Connor Margaret, widow, res E s High nr R. R. crossing, 

Melrose 
O'Connor Patrick, blacksmith, res 802 Wood 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, res 28| Valley 
O'Connor Peter C, expressman, SE cor Seventh and Pine, 

res 1505 Fifth 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1012 Cypress 
O'Connor William, laborer Contra Costa Water Co., res 168 

Fifth 
O'Connor William, shoemaker, res W s San Pablo av nr R. 

R. crossing 
O'Day Daniel, laborer, res 517 Twenty-second 
O'Day Michael J., shoecutter (S. F.) res 1319 Peralta 
O'Day Thomas, teamster, res 1319 Peralta 
O'Day Thomas Jr., laundryman (S. F.) res 1319 Peralta 
O'Donnell Frederick, res 720 Chester 

O'Dounell John, section man C. P. R. R., res 1659 William 
O'Donnell John D., laborer C. P. R. R., res N s Short bet 

Cedar and Bay 
O'Donnell Michael, laborer, res 1408 Sixteenth 
O'Donnell Myles F., compositor Oakland Press, res 1691 

Seventh 
O'Donnell Richard, well borer, res E s Fortieth nr Grove, 

Temescal 
O'Donnell Thomas, laborer, res S s East Twentieth bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth avs 
O'Donnell Thomas, washer Robert F. Simpson, res NE cor 

San Pablo av and Seventeenth 
O'Donohue Kate Miss, res 1557 Webster- 
O 'Grady Coleman, stonemason, res 1103 Third 



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Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



Gordon's Wagons Deliver ICE and SODA in all parts of Oaicland. 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 381 

O'Grady Edward, liquor salooD, 601 Franklin 

O'Grady Thomas, dairyman, res nr San Pablo av Station 

O'Hara Margaret Miss, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

O'Hara Patrick, res 1424 Fifteenth 

O'Hardy Nathan, washing machine manufacturer, res Capi- 
tol Hotel 

O'Hare Charles, toolmaker, 654 Broadway, res 1643 Market 

O'Keefe Annie, domestic, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and 
West 

O'Keefe Arthur, laborer, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and 
West 

O'Keefe Cornelius, teamster, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and 
West 

O'Keefe Daniel, farmer, res S s Temescal nr Cherry, Tem- 
escal 

O'Keefe Daniel, boots and shoes, SE cor East Central and 
Twelfth avs, res Fruit Yale 

O'Keefe John, groceries and liquors, SE cor Locust and 
Telegraph av 

O'Keefe Margaret, widow, res Sunnyside House 

O'Keefe Mary, domestic Henry K. Belden, res John nr Web- 
ster 

O'Keeffe Thomas J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res Montgomery nr 
Booth 

O'Laughlin Peter, laborer, res 1112 Third 

O'Leary Patrick, laborer, res 1833 Linden 

O'Leary Patrick, plasterer, res 865 Twenty-second 

O'Malia Edward, laborer, res 1621 Magnolia 

O'Malley Patrick, upholsterer L. Kreiss & Co., res 366 Fifth 

O'Neil Arthur, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

O'Neil Cornelius, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res 782 East 
Central av 

O'Neil Maggie, domestic 729 Eighth 

O'Neil Martin, laborer, res 622 Chestnut 

O'Neill Dennis, tanner Oak Grove Tannery, res Fourteenth 
av bet East Central av and East 14th 

O'Neill Edmund C, student University, res 881 Division 

O'Neill Edward, fruits and vegetables, 1250 Center 

O'Neill Eugene, mechanical engineer (S.F.) res 881 Division 

O'Neill John, laborer, res 88^ Bay 

O'Neill M. A. Miss, teacher Lafayette School, res 404 Cen- 
tral av s 

O'Neill William, farmer, res S s O'Neill nr San Pablo av, 
TgtxigscSjI 

O'Neill William, hostler Dexter Stable, 276 Central av 

O'Nial Joshua, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1560 Eighth 



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GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Harm St., S. F., Agent lor Patent Window Shade Fixtures. 



382 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

O'Reilly Michael, coal oil, res 728 Linden 

O'Eorke Mary Mrs., res N s Forty-second nr Grove, Tem- 

escal 
O'Eorke Tbos. H., upholsterer E. Hook, res 1116 Broadway 
O'Eourke John, dairyman, res NE cor Fortieth and Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
O'Shea James J., stoves and tinware, etc., SE cor San Pa- 
blo av and Twenty-fifth, res 1720 San Pablo av 
O'Shea Thomas, spinner, res E s High nr E. E. crossing, 

Melrose 
O'Sullivan C. Mrs., res N s Fortieth nr Grove, Temescal 
O'Sullivan Daniel, laborer, res Twenty-second nr Linden 
O'Sullivan James, laborer, res 651 Magnolia 
O'Sullivan Thomas J., helper Oakland Planing Mills 
O'Toole J. P. & Co. (J. P. O'Toole and V. McNally) dry 

goods, 953 Washington 
O'Toole Darby, laborer, res 6 Pearson 
O'Toole John P. (J. P. O'Toole & Co.) res 572 Tenth 
Oak Grove Tannery, John S. Derby proprietor, cor East 

Central and Eighteenth avs 
Oakes Charles, extraman Eelief Hook and Ladder Co. No. 
1, Oakland Fire Department, res NE cor Seventeenth 
and Telegi'aph av 
Oakes Daniel B., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1718 Seventh 
Oakes George, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

Hay wards 
Oakes George W., cabinetmaker and upholsterer, 1357 Tel- 
egraph av, and extraman Eelief Hook and Ladder Co. 
No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, res NW cor Seven- 
teenth and Telegraph av 
Oakes William J. (Greenus & Oakes) res N s Thirty-ninth 

nr Grove, Temescal 
Oakland and Contra Costa Eoad and Tunnel Co., A. E. Ball 
president. Charles E. Kennedy secretarv, office Wells, 
Fargo & Co., 472 Ninth 
Oakland and San Francisco Expresses — Anderson G. W. & 
Co., SE cor Broadway and Tenth, and 331 East (S. F.); 
Gallagher C. E., 909 Broadway, and 309 East (S. F.); 
Harper & Co., 1052 Broadway, and 313 East (S. F.); 
MeaderH. P., 1010 Broadway, and 338 East (S. F.); 
Oakland Transfer Co., 1014 Broadway, and 16 Post (S. 
F. ; Steere & Colby, SE cor Thirteenth and East Cen- 
tral avs, and 313 East (S. F.); Tucker S. F., 905 Broad- 
way, and 3 Market (S. F.); Whitney & Co., 855 Broad- 
way, and 5 Commercial (S. F.): Wingate I. C, 852 
Broadway, and 6 Sacramento (S. F.) 



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Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



J. S. 6. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 365 Tenth Street. 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRKCTORY. 383 

OAKLAND ARTIFieiAL STONE WORKS, George D. 

Nagle & Co. proprietors, S s Eighteenth bet San Pablo 

av and Grove 
Oakland Bag Manufacturing Co., P. Susmann secretary, 

115 Battery (S. F.) factory NE cor Second av and East 

Tenth 
OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS, E. C. Sessions presi- 

ident, W. W. Garthwaite cashier, NE cor Central av 

and Broadway 
Oakland Base Ball Grounds, cor Fourteenth and Castro 
OAKLAND BEER HALL, Opitz& Bartels proprietors, 859 

Washington 
Oakland Benevolent Association, Herman B. Sears secretary, 

rooms 516 Fifteenth 
OAKLAND BREWERY, Kramm & Dieves proprietors, NE 

cor Telegraph av and Durant 
OAKLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE, M. K. Lauden pro- 
prietor, 377 Central av 
OAKLAND CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY, Myron W. 

Allen proprietor, SE cor Tenth and Webster 
OAKLAND CARPET BEATING ESTABLISHMENT, 

Conklin Brothers proprietors, N s Twenty -first bet Tel- 
egraph av and Broadway 



The Company Is constamly adding to its facilities for supplying Gaa, and will con- 
tinue tbe policy of reducing the price as its business may warrant. 



Office, Union Bank Building, Ninth, near Broadway. 

Work*, Northeast cor. Tt'nMliiiigtoii and First, and block bounded bj 
First, Second, Jetferson and OroTe Streets. 



J. WEST MARTIN, President; W. W. CRANE, Jr., Vice-President; 

JOS. G. EASTLAND, Secretary; ROBERT GEORGE, Asst. Secretary; 

VAN LEER EASTLAND and F. H. EIUHBAUM, Superintendents. 

TRUSTEES: 

J. WEST MARTIN, W. W. CRANE, Jr., JAMES FREEBORN, 

JOHN W. COLEMAN, J. G. EASTLAND. 



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Building: — Pavnlile In Installments at Low llates of 
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GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Market St., S. F., INTERIOR DECORATCR. 



384 OAKLAND [ ] DIBECTORY. 

Oakland Chemical Steam Dyeing Works, L. Breidenstein 
proprietor, 962 Broadway 

OAKLAND CITY DIRECTORY, W. B. Hardy agent, 959 
Broadway 

Oakland City Flouring Mill, Hickok & Son proprietors, S s 
Third bet Broadway and Franklin 

OAKLAND COLLECTION OFFICE, Adams & Co. 864 
Broadway 

OAKLAND CREEK FERRY, C. P. R. R., foot Broadway 

Oakland Dental Rooms, 1116 Broadway, rooms 1-2 

OAKLAND EVENING TRIBUNE, Tribune Publishing Co. 
publishers and proprietors, 406 Central av 

Oakland Free Library, Miss Ina D. Coolbrith librarian, 512 
Fourteenth 

OAKLAND, FRUIT VALE AND MILLS' SEMINARY 
EXPRESS, Steere & Colby proprietors, office SE cor 
Thirteenth and East Central avs, and 313 East S. F. 

OAKLAND GAS LIGHT CO., J. West Martin president, 
Joseph G. Eastland secretary, office S s Ninth nr Broad- 
way, and 604 Commercial S. F. 

Oakland Guard Armory, 377 Central av 

OAKLAND HOME INSURANCE CO., G. M. Fisher pres- 
ident, W. P. Jones vice-president, Thomas Arthur sec- 
retary, office 469 Ninth 




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GROVES & BUCHANAN, 

Nursery adlommg Oaklanil Troltmg ParK. 

DEPOT, 352 THIRTEENTH ST., CORNER WEBSTER. 



All kindH of IXot-HonHe Plants, Specimen E-vergreenH, Trees, Stfarabs, 
RoKes, Pinks, Ciladiolns, Seeds, etc. 

Bonpels, Flowers, Wreatts and Crosses laJe to orier. 



C r I A 1 1 N n R Y ^^^^ Curtains, Blankets and Flannels, a Specialty. 



Ofrice. 33 Gear) St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



J. S. G. GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 



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OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 385 i g* 

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OAKLAND HOSIERY CO., William H. Jordan president, ' ^ 

factory NE cor Jefferson and First, office Wilcox Block §• 

OAICLAND ICE CO., Joseph S. G. Gordon proprietor, 365 3. 

Tenth q 

OAKLAND IRON WORKS, Ives Scoville proprietor, 511 
513 Second 

OAKLAND JOURNAL (German semi-weeklv) Journal Co. j N 

publishers, 832 Webster / | | 

Oakland Ladies Eelief Society Home, S s Linden bet Tele- 
graph av and Broadway, Temescal 

Oakland Light Cavalry Armory, 1069 Broadway g- 

OAKLAND LUMBER YARD, Samuel Merritt proprietor, ^ 

foot of Washington y 

Oakland Marble Works, James Sullivan proprietor, E s j^ 

Broad wav opp Fourteenth *^ 

OAKLAND JNTJRSERY, Groves & Buchanan proprietors, ^ 

nr Oakland Trotting Park, depot 352 Thirteenth ' 52 

OAKLAND PAVING CO., C. T. H. Palmer president, office ^ 

Union Bank Building, rooms 6-7, quarry McAdam nr ^ 

Broadway ^ 

Oakland Pickle Works, William Yon der Wiele proprietor, ^ 

SW cor Third and Lewis g* 

OAKLAND PLANING MILLS, Burnham, Standeford & g* 

Co. proprietors, P. E. Cunningham construction man- o 

ager, manufacturers mouldings, doors, sash, blinds, etc., act 

cor First, Second and Washington ^ 

Oakland Press, DeWitt C. Lawrence proprietor, office 1691 i tS? 

Seventh j o> 

OAKLAND RAILROAD CO., J. S. Emery president, Horace I o 

H. Towns secretary, I. W. Knox treasurer, George T. I g* 

Loring superintendent, office 921 Broadway, room 2 : ^ 

OAKLAND TIMES (daily and weekly) Times Publishing ' P 

Co. publishers and proprietors, 952 Broadway §- 

Oakland Township Assessor, William F. Boardman, office , B' 

Court House, room 3 1^ 

Oakland Transfer Co., M. G. Eader manager, 1014 Broad- | ^ 

way. and 16 Post, S. F. §" 

Oakland Trotting Park, E. Wiard proprietor, W s San Pablo ! 8 
av 2 miles NW from City Hall 

Oakland Warehouse, J. A. Hobart proprietor, NE cor Jeffer- 
son and First 

Oakley Oliver B., silver plater (S. F.) res 10 Pearson's Eow 

OAKLEY PETER E., manager David Meeker's Coal Yard, 
res S. F. 

Oaks Frederick O., telegi-aph operator C. P. E. E., res E s 

Clay bet Ninth and Tenth §* 



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386 OAKLAND [ OT DIRECTORY. 

Obenauer George, tailor S. Francis, res 765 Jackson 

Oberf elder Tobias, merchant (S. F.) res Kelsey House 

Oberg Gustave, sliptender S. P. C. K. R., res 255 Second 

Obrock John F., laborer, res 735 Magnolia 

Occidental Club, rooms College Hall 

Occidental House, Mrs. M. E. Teas proprietress, 955| 
Washington 

Odd Fellows Hall, NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 

Odd Fellows Library, NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 

Odell Samuel, butcher Hayes, Carrick &, Co., res Butcher- 
toAvn 

Oefele William, bartender John Stocky, res 1774 Seventh 

Offe Frederick, car repairer C. P. R. E., res 1670 Valdez 

Offo, Chinese physician, 708 Broadway 

Ogden Clarence R., reporter, res 57 Valley 

Ogden Robert C. , shorthand reporter, 911 Broadway, room 
4, res 57 Valley 

Ohler Emma S. Miss, dressmaker John F. Wood, res 912 
Clay 

Ohling E. O., carpenter (S. F.) res 1014 Pine 

Ohlson Lawrence W., cooper (S. F.) res 1913 Magnolia 

Olander Albert, lumberman C. P. R. R., res 814 Twenty- 
eighth 

Olanie Francois X., patternmaker (S. F.) res 1171 Six- 
teenth av 

Olanie Jules, teamster, res 1171 Sixteenth av 

Olcese Frank, liquors, 1827 Seventh 

Oldfield Charles, clerk (S. F.) res SE cor Sixth and Castro 

Oldham . carpenter, res 1156 Broadway 

Oliver Flora, widow, res N s Brooklyn bet Fourth and Fifth 
avs 

Oliver James, gardener Frank C. Havens, res E s Adams nr 
Lee 

Oliver James B., miner, res SE cor Telegraph av and Tern- 

GSCfll T6rDGSC3(l 

Oliver James M., porter C. P. R. R., res 271 Sixth 

Oliver James M. Jr., barber W. J. Edmonds, res 271 Sixth 

Oliver William W., res 1008 West 

Ollis Henry, blacksmith, res 1010 Franklin 

Olmstead James M., lumber surveyor (S. F.) res 1218 Tenth 

av 
Olmstead Laura A. Miss, matron Mills' Seminary 
Olmsted L. H. Mrs., boarding, 1235 Broadway 
Olney Charles C. Mrs., widow, res 834 Jackson 
Olney Charles D., clerk (S. F.) res 834 Jackson 
Olney Frank Mrs., res 1437 San Pablo av 



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OFFICES |gg2 Broadway, Oakland. 



I. S. G. GORDON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ICE, 365 Tenth. 



OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 387 

Olney Warren, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 481 Prospect 

Olofson Alfred, compositor Daily Times 

Olofson Peter, stevedore (S. F.) res 1765 Twenty-first av 

01 sen Gustave, milkman, res 1922 Union 

Olsen Henry E., laborer C. P. K. E., res 238 Ettie 

Olsen Jacob, coachman Watson A. Bray, res N s East 14th 

bet Julia and Howard, Fruit Vale 
Olsen John, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1765 Lincoln 
Olsen John, seaman, res 235 Ettie 
Olsen John P., restaurant (S. F.) res 1411 Eighteenth 
Olsen Lewis, laborer, res 952 Eighteenth 
Olsen Olof B., salesman, res 572 Tenth 
Olsen Peter, porter H. Hickethier, res 259 Central av 
Olsen Easmus, carpenter C. P. E. E., res 908 Willow 
Omey William H., engineer C. P. E. E., res Grand Western 

Hotel 
OPITZ & BARTELS (B. Opitz & H. Bartels) cigar manu- 
facturers and proprietors Oakland Beer Hall, 859 Wash- 
ton 
Opitz Bernhard (Opitz & Bartels) res 859 Washington 
Oram John, messenger (S. F.) res 761 Fourth 
Oram Eichard, clerk, res 761 Fourth 
Orchard Thomas, with 0. P. E. E., res 522 Tenth 
Orchard Thomas Jr., postal clerk (S. F.) res 522 Tenth 
Ordway E. M. Mrs., res E s San Pablo av nr Forty-third, 

Temescal 
Orelup John K., plasterer, res 1827 Linden 
Organ Walt^, salesman Salinger Brothers, res 418 Cen- 
tral av 
Oriana Crispin, carpenter, res 63 Valley 
Orion Theater, NW cor Sixth and Broadway 
Ormsby Charles W., builder, res 1310 Harrison 
ORMSBY ELON D., photographer, 1055 Broadway, res 

1306 Harrison 
Ormsby E. Seymour, jeweler, res 1306 Harrison 
Orr Charles P., teacher music, res 1364 San Pablo av 
Orr House, Mrs. W. Griffin proprietress, 508| Fifteenth 
Orr John C., painter C. B. Eutherford and extraman Felton 
Engine No. 2, Oakland Fire Department, res 715 Clay 
Orr William H., wines and liquors, NW cor San Pablo and 

Union avs 
Orrick Oliver S., California Paint Co. (S. F.) res 1226 Four- 
teenth 
Orrin Page, hostler Orlando Bern is, res 1314 Tenth av 
Orteig John, butcher Oilman & Livermore, res 971 Third 
Orth Henry, fireman 0. P. E.R., res 5 Pearson's Eow 



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Call st No. 2 Park Row, Park Street, Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Mm St.,S.F.,WMesaleaii(l Retail Dealer in Paper Hangings 



388 OAKLAND [ ] DIRECTORY. 

Ortman Caroline L., widow, res 1525 BroadAi^ay 

Osborn Henry A., engineer, res 709 Webster 

Osborn James, hackman, res SE cor Lydia and Market 

Osborn J. W,, seacher of records, 859 Broadway, room 14, 

res 469i Ninth 
Osborn William, woodturner C P. E. K., res 1020 Wood 
Osborne Francis, gardener N. L. Buck, res 706 Thirteenth 
Osborne George H., carpenter, res 613 Seventeenth 
Osborne Orlando C, clerk U. S. Sub-Treasury (S. F.) res 

314 Ninth 
Osborne William M., clerk (S. F.) res 304 Ninth 
Osbourne Fanny M. Mrs., artist, res 554 East 18th 
Osbourne Samuel, shorthand reporter (S. F.) res 554 East 

18th 
Oser Frank, driver C. A. Uhrig, res 838 Broadway 
Oshner Bertha Mrs., res W s Telegraph av nr Thirty-ninth, 

Temescal 
Ossenbrueggen John, hides, tallow, etc., NW cor Sixth and 

Webster 
Ott Charles F., tinsmith M. De LaMontanya, res 621 Third 
Ott Jacob Mrs., widow, res 713 Third 
Ott John, stonemaker, res 2219 Magnolia 
Ott L. M. (D. Hauser & Co.) res 467 Thirteenth 
Otten Corde, res 1666 Central av 
Ough Joseph, mining, res 1073 Fourteenth av 
Ough T. A. Mrs., dressmaker, 1073 Fourteenth av 
Outram David J., boots and shoes, 1219 Broadway, res 1722 

Linden 
Outzen Louis, farmhand J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Overacker Charles B., deputy sheriff, office Court House, 

room 8, res NW cor Thirteenth and Jackson 
Overacre Peter I., manufacturers' agent (S.F.) res 572 Tenth 
Overland House, Burns & Jensen proprietors, NW cor First 

and Broadway 
Overland Railroad Station, foot Sixteenth 
Owen Benjamin, teacher vocal music, res 858 Castro 
Owen Daniel C, clerk (S. F.) res 1210 Adeline 
Owen Jane Miss, res E s Telegraph av nr Weston av 
Owen Katie, domestic 576 Eighth 

Owen Nellie C. Mrs., teacher Lincoln School, res 858 Castro 
Owen Wilson J. (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) res 217 Tenth 
Owens Charles W., stairbuilder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 

213 Third 
Owens John, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1114 Linden 
Owens Peter A., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 212 Central av 



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OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 389 

Owens Stephen, carpenter C. P. K. R., res N s Pacific bet 

Wood and Pine 
Oyarzo Carmen M. Mrs., res S s Forty-third nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Ozio Antonio, clerk, res 475 Sixth 
Ozio Nancy, widow, furnished rooms, 475 Sixth 



Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co. of California, Snow & 
Ragsdale managers Alameda County Branch, NE cor 
Broadway and Thirteenth 

PACIFIC POTTERY (Sacramento) N. Clark proprietor, 
ofiice NE cor Division and Cedar 

PACIFIC PRESS, S. F. Haskell president, W. C White 
vice-president and business manager, Mrs. L. D. Car- 
ruth secretary, printing, bookbinding, printers' station- 
ery, type founders, electrotyping, wood engraving and 
proprietors Signs of the Times, 1059 Castro, and 715 
Central av 

Pacific Reduction Works, Aaron & Irelan proprietors, E s 
Bay av, Melrose 

PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Rev. J. A. Ben- 
ton, D. D., and Rev. George Mooar, D. D., profes- 
sors, S s Plymouth av bet Telegraph av and Broadway 

Packard Edward H., carpenter, res 811 Washington 

Paddock Cordelia M., widow, res 827 Brush 

Paepcke August (Mesmer & Paepcke) res 877 Pine 

Page Alfred, butcher Jacob Woerner, res 713 Tenth 

Page Frank J., clerk (S. F.) res Winsor House 

Page Frank J. Mrs., res 562 East 15th 

PAGE FRANK S., groceries, 464 Eleventh, res 122 
Eleventh 

Page Frederick, painter, res 1072 East 23rd 

Page George F., professor music, res 1316 Telegraph av 

Page Jonathan, foreman blacksmith C. P. R. R., res 942 
Wood 

Page Mamie Miss, res 562 East 15th 

Page Orrin, butcher, res 1314 Tenth av 

PAGGE BROTHERS (Peter and Leonard Pagge) proprie- 
tors Barnum Restaurant, SE cor Seventh and Broadway 

Pagge Leonard (Pagge Brothers) res Central av bet Webster 
and Third av 

Pagge Peter (Pagge Brothers) res SE cor Seventh and 
Broadway 



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390 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Pagnem Delia, domestic William B, Hardy, 1383 Franklin 
Pahr Aurora Miss, tailoress O. P. Hansen, res Union bet 

Twentieth and Twenty-second 
Paine Bertrand, domestic 326 East 19th 
Paineslow Nelson, watchman C. P. R. R.. res 759 Willow 
Palace Restaurant, Thomas Hallahan proprietor, 968 Broad- 
way 
Palache James, commission merchant (S. F.) res N s Clare- 

raont av nr Russell, Claremont 
Palache Robert K., salesman (S. F.) res N s Claremont av 

nr Russell, Claremont 
Palin Gudion, laborer, res 552 Broadway 
Rallies Alexander, commission merchant (S. F.) res W s 
Telegraph av bet Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth, Tem- 
escal 
Palm Cyrus, cigars and tobacco, SW cor Seventh and 

Broadway, res 259 Fourth 
Palmer Alpheus W. (Marston & Palmer) res 1268 Webster 
Palmer Andrew J., porter Galindo Hotel 
Palmer Arabella, widow, res 592 Sycamore 
Palmer Arnold C., teacher music, res 1114 Tenth av 
Palmer Cassius C, ice merchant (S. F.) res 1279 Eighth av 
PALMER CHARIjES E., county treasurer and tax collector, 

office Court House, room 2, res San Leandro Road 
PAIiMER C. T. H., president Oakland Paving Co., office 
Union Bank Building, rooms 6-7, res cor Piedmont and 
Bancroft Ways, Berkeley 
Palmer Edward F,, capitalist, res 1254 Webster 
Palmer F. L. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res 592 Syca- 
more 
Palmer Frank L., secretary (S. F.) res 592 Sycamore 
Palmer Frederick R., clerk S. Francis, res 316 Third 
Palmer George, night clerk Galindo Hotel 
Palmer George M., clerk Oakland Trotting Park 
Palmer Henry, wine merchant (S. F.) res 774 Eleventh 
PAIjMER HENRY A., vice president and treasurer Union 
Savings Bank and cashier Union National Bank, SE cor 
Ninth and Broadway, res Piedmont Way nr Bancroft 
Way, Berkeley 
Palmer Jacob, flour merchant (S. F.) res 1422 Eighth 
Palmer J. B. Mrs., res 960 Eighth 

Palmer James W., lumber surveyor (S. F.) res 1022 Chest- 
nut 
Palmer John, horse trainer, res SW cor Park av and HoDis 
Palmer Joseph, painter (S. F.) res 1663 Sixteenth 
Palmer Mary A., widow, seamstress, res 316 Third, rear 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 391 

Palmer Mattie Mrs., teacher public school department, res 

592 Sycamore 
Palmer Euth, widow, res 662 East Central av 
Palmer Samson, res E s Telegraph av nr Orchard 
Pane Victor, gardener Sidney L. S. Johnson, res Brookside, 

Fruit Vale 
Pantoskey Bessie Miss, teacher music, res 320 Fourth 
Pantoskey Herman, junk dealer, res 320 Fourth 
Pantoskey Jacob, poultry dealer, res 320 Fourth 
Paquis Adelle, wines and liquors, store and res 1259 San 

Pablo av 
Paragon Fashion Parlors, John F. Wood proprietor, 375 

Central av 
Paramore Lewis, clerk Paul J. Eeilly, 847 Broadway 
Parcells Charles B., manager Hall's Safe and Lock Co. (S.F.) 

res 614 Eighteenth 
Pardee Enoch H., oculist (S. F.) res 672 Eleventh 
Parete Paul, scavenger, 628 Filbert 
Parisot Marie Mme., dressmaker, 1156 Broadway 
Park Charles O., painter C. P. E. E., res 653 Seventh 
Park Chauncey, journalist Evening Tribune, res 832 Twenty- 
ninth 
Park John, painter Stanley Stephenson 
Park Thomas Mrs., res 565 Seventeenth . 

Park Thomas K. , res 832 Twenty-ninth 
Parker Abner, coachman T. H. Pinkerton, res NE cor 

East Twenty-seventh and Thirteenth av 
Parker Charles A., carpenter, res 1462 Curtis 
Parker Charles M., ship carpenter C. P. E. E., res 816 

William 
Parker Edward A., instructor physics and mechanics Uni- 
versity, res 720 Seventh 
Parker Fannie A. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res 677 

Twenty-fourth 
Parker Hattie, nurse W. D. English, res 226 Eleventh 
Parker Hubbard G., wood and lumber contractor, res W s 

Lee nr Vernon av 
Parker John, merchant, res 720 Seventeenth 
Parker Joseph, furniture, 909 Seventh 
Parker Leonidas, carpenter, res 762 Clinton, Lynn 
Parker Mary, domestic W. H. Glascock, 305 Fifth 
Parker Orrin W., piano tuner and regulator Adolph Bruenn, 

res 677 Twenty-fourth 
Parker Walter W., carpenter, res 1249 Center 
Parker Walter W. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1249 Center 
Parker William C, surgeon, res 1355 Madison 



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392 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Parker William C Jr., clerk (S. F.) res 1355 Madison 

Parkin Thomas, carpenter, res 1809 William 

Parks James L. , associate rector St. Paul's Episcopal Church 

Parks Madeline, widow, res Lake Shore av nr Brooklyn 

Parmenter Charles H., res 764 Twentieth 

Parratt Frederick, merchandise broker (S. F.) res 1063 

Ninth av 
Parrish Charles L., carpenter, res 1076 Twenty-first 
Parrish William, res 1029 Sixth av 
Parrish William H., teamster, res 171 Third 
Parritt Alvin S., yardman C. P. E. K., res 827 Seventeenth 
Parritt Fannie E. Miss, dressmaker, res 762 Sixth 
Parritt John W., carpenter C P. R. R., res 762 Sixth 
Parry George, clerk mint (S. F.) res 832 West 
Parry James, shipwright C. P. E. E., res 722 Myrtle 
Parry William, watchman Contra Costa Laundry 
Parsliley William H., barkeeper Harry F. Irwin, res New- 
land House 
Parsons' Block, William A. Parsons proprietor, 612| East 

Central av 
Parsons Charles, news agent, res 370 East 16th 
Parsons Edward, groceries, 652 Franklin 
Parsons Eldon E., student, res 370 East 16th 
Parsons George W., farmer, res E s San Pablo av nrTemes- 

cal creek, Temescal 
Parsons James, painter, res 669 Thirty-fourth 
Parsons John, clerk M. Brink, res 652 Franklin 
Parsons Lewis W., groceries, 614 East Central av, res 612J 

East Central av 
Parsons Lorenzo, physician, res 566 East 18th 
Parsons Mary, domestic Francis E. Weston, E s Broadway 

nr Booth 
Parsons Nelson, soapmaker, res 1618 Telegraph av, rear 
Parsons Samuel, agent (S. F.) res 370 East 16th 
Parsons Samuel S., proprietor Oakland Wharf Restaurant, 

res Wilcox House 
Parsons S. H. Mrs., res 924 Filbert 
Parsons Thomas J. (Samm & Parsons) res 813 Brush 
Parsons William A., proprietor Parsons' Block, res 612^ 

East Central av 
Partello A. C, painter (S. F.) res 920 Pine 
Parteuscky Charles, proprietor Berkeley Laundry, 1368-1370 

Central av, office 457 Seventh 
Partland James E., salesman William H. Nolan, res 664 

Eighteenth 
Partlow Wyman C, engineer, res 910 Pine 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 393 

Partridge Abram M., carpenter, res 1418 Ninth 
Partridge Alden S., farmer, res 1406 Eighteenth 
Partridge Asa C, photographer, res 1267 Fifth av 
Partridge Charles, salesman E. H. Hyde & Co. , res Hart- 
man Mouse 
Partridge Edward B., bookkeeper (S. E.) res 932 Eilbert 
Partridge Ella S. Miss, teacher music, res 1267 Fifth av 
Partridge Samuel C, res 1267 Fifth av 
Passola Louis (Alameda County Ice Co.) res S s Fourth, bet 

Washington and Jefi'erson 
Passolt Edward, laborer O. P. E. K., res 714 Webster 
Patenaude Hj^polite, teamster Remillard Brick Co., res 560 

Second 
Patison Eliza J. Mrs., res Union Hotel 
Patrick William, res 806 Jefferson 

Patronak & Jones (F. F. Patronak and C. H. Jones) but- 
chers, 1323 San Pablo av 
Patronak Frederick F. (Patronak & Jones) res 492 Edward 
Patroni Lorenzo (Alameda County Ice Co.) res S s Fourth 

bet Washington and Jefi'erson 
Patten Frank, fireman C. P. R. R., res 1729 Goss 
Patten P. G. Mrs., res 1729 Goss 
Patten Robert F., capitalist, res 351 Seventh av 
Patten William, capitalist, res 351 Seventh 
Patterson Albion L., carpenter C. P. R. R., res Seventh 

Street House 
Patterson Charles, laborer, res W s Union av nr the Railroad 
Patterson George, miner, res 685 Sj'cainore 
Patterson J. M., live stock dealer, res Winsor House 
Patterson John W,, res 1625 San Pablo av 
Patterson Thomas, baggage master C. P. R. R., res 260 

Fifth 
Patterson William, gardener R. E. Cole, res 613 Adeline 
Patterson William, paperhanger E. G. Buswell, res Sunny- 
side House 
Pattison C. B., res Tubbs Hotel 
Patton Ann, widow, res 1808 William 
Paul Charles E., upholsterer, res 1059 Franklin 
Paul Colin, stoves and tinware, etc., 1618 Telegraph av 
Paul Henry, second ofiicer stmr Oakland, Oakland Ferry, res 

250 Harlan 
Paul J. A. & Son (John A. and Philip L. Paul) bakers, 815 

Broadway 
Paul John A. (J. A. Paul & Son) res 1059 Franklin 
Paul John H., upholsterer Hickey & Dowling, res 1059 
Franklin 



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394 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Paul Logan, actor Baldwin Theater (S. F.) res 1622 Eighth 
Paul Philip L. (J. A. Paul & Son) res 1059 Franklin 
Paulinbaum Solomon, glazier Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 

854 Isabella 
Paulsen Eobert, shoemaker, 213 Haven, res 217 Haven 
Pawley Sidney, carriagetrimmer Theodore Frank, res Sun- 

nyside House 
Payne Fred., insurance agent (S. F.) res Blake House 
Payne James H., hostler Nelson S. Moore, res 417 Second 
Payne J. W., farmer, res Fruit Vale 

Peacemaker George W., laborer" C. P.K.R., res 1814 Tay- 
lor 
Peacock Robert, laborer, res 151 Second 
Pearce Webb N., registry clerk and superintendent letter 

carriers. Post Office, res 967 Jeiferson 
Pearre Caroline N. Mrs., teacher Mrs. Poston's Seminary, 

res 1207 Broadway 
Pearre S. E. Eev., physician, office and res 1207 Broadway 
Pearson Cassius H., salesman B. V. Reichenberg, res 329 

Third 
Pearson C.T,, real estate, res N s Tenth bet Clay and Jeffer- 
son 
Pearson Joseph, bricklayer, res N s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 

av, Temescal 
Pearson Sarah R. Miss, res 2221 Telegraph av 
Pearson's Row, W s Pine nr Chase 

Pease Arthur C., butcher Charles H. Smith, res 1313 Brush 
Pease Edwin R. (Bart Morgan & Co.) res Georgetown, El 

Dorado county 
Pease John A., carpenter, res S s Temescal bet Telegraph 

av and Maple, Temescal 
Pebbles Frank M., portrait painter, Camron Block, res 811 

Eleventh 
Peck Elisha F., hostler Oakland R. R., res San Pablo av nr 

Thirty-sixth 
Peck Florence A. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1437 

San Pablo av 
Peck James B., wool dealer (S. F.) res SW cor Sixth and 

Oak 
Peck James R., drayman (S. F.) res 1274 Fifth av 
Peck Sarah I. Mrs., res 756 Sixth 
Pecker Joseph C, shoemaker C. A. Broad, res NE cor 

Twelfth av and East 20th 
Peckham Albertus E., painter, res 216 Ellen 
Peckham Charles O., laborer, res 216 Ellen 
Peddicord Jefferson, carpenter, res Overland House 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 395 

PEDRINI C. & CO. (C. Pedrini and C. Longhi) groceries, 
liquors, dry goods, etc., SE cor Telegraph av and Birch, 
Temescal 
Pedrini Cipriano (C Pedrini & Co.) res SE cor Telegraph 

av and Birch, Temescal 
Peel Allen, janitor Lafayette School 
Peel Mary Mrs., janitress Harrison Street School 
Peer Abraham, carpenter, res 412 First 
Pegnem John, teamster, res 679 Twenty-sixth 
Pegnem Patrick, teamster, res 663 Thirty-third 
Peirce F. E., brakeman C. P. E. E., res Union Hotel 
Peladeau Guilleaume, farmer, res San Pablo av Station 
Pelham M. E. Mrs., principal Watts' Tract School 
Pelke Joseph, conductor C. P. E., E., res 815 Center 
Peller Herman, carpenter, res 970 Twenty-first 
Peller John, carpenter, res 970 Twenty-first 
Pelouze William S., real estate, res 1773 Seventh 
Pelton L. T>. , dentist, office and res 1463 Telegraph av 
Pemberthy Thomas, sailmaker (S.F.) res 1082 East 24th 
Pendergast John, laborer, res 732 Henry 
Pendleton Edward C, printer (S. F.) res 976 Cypress 
Pendleton Harry, plasterer, res 976 Cypress 
Pendleton Jesse F., plasterer, res 976 Cypress 
Pendleton Louisa, widow, res 976 Cypress 
Penefield John, waiter Galindo Hotel 
Penney A., clerk, res 572 Tenth 
Pennie James J., ship calker, res 2038 Union 
Penniman Helen N. Miss, teacher Grove Street Primary 

School, res 1367 Eighth av 
Penniman H. P., farmer, res E s Eedwood av. Fruit Vale 
Penniman John, res 1367 Eighth av 

Pennypacker Joseph J., foreman Daily Times, res 665 Fifth 
Penso John, seaman, res 1716 Linden 
People's Insurance Co. (fire, of Newark) E. A. Heron 

agent, 422 Central av 
Peoples Emma Mrs., res 1865 Seventh 

Pepper John W., salesman Kohler & Chase, res 1074 Wood 
Peralta District School, S s Alcatraz av nr Telegraph av 
Peralta Lewis, res S s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck av, Tem- 
escal 
Peralta Eosa Miss, res Peralta av nr Old County road 
Perarie Joseph, laborer C. P. E. E. 
Percival George, painter, res NW cor Clay and Tenth 
Percy Cornelia, widow, res 967 Franklin 
Percy George W., note teller Lazard Freres (S. F.) res 1024 
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396 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Percy James, carpenter C. P. R. R., res West Oakland 

House 
Percy Martha P., widow, res 2223 Andover 
Perdue Thomas, shoemaker, res 1471 Seventh 
Perdue Thomas Jr., car cleaner 0. P. R. R., res 1471 

Seventh 
Pereau Eliza A. Mrs., res 1212 Seventh 
Pereau James H., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 1212 Seventh 
Pereau Joseph L., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 1212 Seventh 
Pereau William E., carpenter, res 1212 Seventh 
Peregoy J. L., miller, res N s Seventh nr Pine 
Pereira Antone Y., peddler, res 653 Madison 
Perez Lorenz, clerk (S. F.) res 816 Washington 
Perham Susan, widow, res 1312 Twelfth av 
Perieu Harrison, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 612|East Cen- 
tral av 
Perin George, employee C. P. R. R. 
Perin James, employee C. P. R. R. 
Perine George Mrs, , res Centennial House 
Periue George M., res 1507 Broadway 
Perine W. C, student Oakland Business College 
PERINE WILLIAM D., contractor and manufacturer ar- 
tificial stone, office 1002 Broadway, and 638 Market (S. 
r.) res NW cor Fourth and Alice 
Perkins Ann Mrs., varieties, 1830 San Pablo av 
Perkins Corn Cob, general agent, res 1830" San Pablo av 
Perkins Frank, laborer, res E s Lusk nr Fortieth, Temescal 
Perkins Isabella Mrs., matron Oakland Ladies' Relief So- 
ciety Home, S s Linden bet Telegraph av and Broad- 
way, Temescal 
Perkins Joseph A. , clerk (S. F.) res 811 Brush 
Perkins P. H. Mrs., res 529 Eighth 

Permien Frederick W., master mariner, res 310 East 17th 
Perrin James, fireman C. P. R. R. 

Perrin Richard, upholsterer and extraman Relief Hook and 
Ladder No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, res 721 
Center 
Perrin Samuel, res 750 Willow 
Perrin William, carpenter, res 750 Willow 
Perry Alvan B., salesman Whittier, Fuller & Co., res 1374 

Franklin 
Perry Christopher C, res 912 Thirty-fourth 
Perry Daniel Mrs., dressmaker, 759 Castro 
Perry Daniel, furniture packer (S. F.) res 759 Castro 
Perry David, mining (S. F.) res JNicholl House 
Perry George F., laborer C. P.^R. R. 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 397 

Perry H., res Occidental House 
Perry Henry, student Oakland Business College 
Perry Herman P., compositor Pacific Press, res 1054 Third 
Perry John F., laborer (S. F.) res 1720 Lincoln 
Perry John H., painter, res 818 Fifteenth 
Perry Kate, domestic NE cor Union and Duncan, Lynn 
Perry Kichard E., expressman, res E s Fortieth nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Perry Bobert O., expressman, SW cor Thirteenth and 

Broadway, res S s Fortieth nr Telegraph av 
PERRY S. A. & CO." (Samuel A. Perry) booksellers, sta- 
tioners and manufacturers picture frames, 1154 Broad- 
way 
Perry Samuel A. (S. A. Perry & Co.) res 1355 Telegraph av 
Perry William F., commission merchant (S. F.) res 696 

Twenty-fifth 
Person Kasmus, gardener Poston's Seminary 
PERU WTT.TJAM, proprietor Golden Gate Hall, 471 

Eighth 
Petar Charles (Ghirardelli & Petar) res 1019 Webster 
Peter Joseph F., trackwalker C. P. R. R, res 970 East Cen- 
tral av 
Peter Margaret, widow, res N s Seventeenth bet San Pablo 

and Telegraph avs 
Peter Cecile Miss, teacher music, res 130 Fourth 
Peters Charles, laborer, res 1416 Eighteenth 
Peters John, laborer, res 970 East 16th 
Peters John, saloon (S. F.) res 1402 Seventeenth 
Peters John G., miner, res 1251 Center 
Peters John L., res 660 Fourteenth 
Peters Joseph, laborer Leon Trelut, res Third av nr East 

Tenth 
Peters M. , clerk H. Bowman, res cor Fourth and Madison 
Peters M. A. Mrs., widow, teacher music, res 130 Fourth 
Peters Maggie, waiter New Snyder House 
Peters Mary H. Miss, teacher French,, res 969 Grove 
Peters Peter, pickle maker (S. F.) res 1614 Eighteenth 
Peters P. L., artist (S. F.) res 1156 Broadway 
Peters William, driver Fourteenth Street R. R., res Avenue 

House 
Peters William, master mariner, res 969 Grove 
Peters William M., res 660 Fourteenth 
Petersen Bakken H., teamster Weston & Welch, res N s 

East Eighteenth nr Second av 
Peterson & Dodge (Ferdinand A. Peterson and Sophia J. 
Dodge) restaurant, 614 Broadway 



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398 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Peterson Alexander, farmer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alca- 

traz av 
Peterson Andrew, boarding (S. F.) res 952 Kirkham 
Peterson Annie, domestic John R. Glascock, 829 Jackson 
Peterson Antoine, waiter Kosta & Co., res W s Jackson bet 

Fifth and Sixth 
Peterson C A., packer J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Claremont 

av and Clifton, Temescal 
Peterson Carl, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Peterson Carl, upholsterer (S. F.) res W s Peralta bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Peterson Charles, foreman Eagle Box Factory, res Alameda 
Peterson Ferdinand A. (Peterson & Dodge) res 616 Broad- 
way 
Peterson Hans P., clerk Schultz & Kock, resNW cor Forty- 
fifth and Telegraph av, Temescal 
Peterson Henry F., assistant librarian Oakland Free Library, 

res 564 Fifteenth 
Peterson Henry U., master mariner, res 102 Hannah 
Peterson Ina Miss, assistant librarian Oakland Free Library, 

res 564 Fifteenth 
Peterson James, miller Samm's Flouring Mills, res 555 

Broadway 
Peterson John, laborer, res cor Poplar and Twenty-fourth 
Peterson John P., plumber, res 2050 Union 
Peterson Lawrence G., mariner, res 718 Myrtle 
Peterson Martin C, mechanic, res 1269 Campbell 
Peterson Mathias, milkman, res 125 Ettie 
Peterson Peter, packer (S. F.) res 1416 Eighteenth 
Peterson Peter, plasterer, res 812 Henry 
Peterson Peter O., cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 125 Ettie 
Peterson William, trimmer (S. F.) res 1405 Seventeenth 
Peterson William, with George A. Blank, res 1229 Peralta 
Petrequin Louis, carpenter, res 944 Thirty-sixth 
Pettigrew J. Miss, dressmaker, res Orr House 
Pettigrove Frank C, carpenter, res 17.33 Market 
Pettigrove Joshua, carpenter, res 716 Twenty-ninth 
Pettigrove William, bookkeeper (S. F.) res nr San Pablo av 

Station 
Pettingill Robert H., watchman C. P. R. R., res 1729 

William 
Pettis William H., insurance broker (S. F.) res 602 East 18th 
Petti t Edward, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 767 Fifth 
Pettit Harriet N. , widow, res 671 Tenth 
Pettitt Joseph George, elevator manufacturer (S. F.) res 985 
Wood 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 399 

Pfaff Albert, upholsterer, res SW cor Fortieth and Lusk, 
Temescal 

Pfenninger Herman, clerk (S. F.) res 1042 Peralta 

Pfenninger Herman Jr., gasfitter (S. F.) res 1042 Peralta 

Pferdner Emile Mrs., res 569 Eighth 

Pheby Thomas B., mining (S. F.) res 1275 Alice 

Phela Bourt, carriagemaker F. Sicotte, res 1685 Eighth 

Phelan & Fish (William S. Plielan and George L. Fish) gro- 
ceries, 339 East Central av 

Phelan Michael J., lithographic artist, res N s Forty-sixth 
nr Shattuck av, Temescal 

Phelan William S. (Phelan & Fish) res W s Peralta av nr 
School House Koad 

Phelps Charles H., attomey-at-law (S. F.) res 767 Thirteenth 

Phelps Corydon B., salesman F. S. Page, res Ross Browne 
Way off Vernon av, Claremont 

Phelps Frank M. (Phelps, Murphy & Co.) res 1557 Eighth 

Phelps George H., res 756 Seventh 

Phelps M. A. Miss, principal New England Home School, 
Ross Browne Way off Vernon av, Clarement 

PHELPS, MURPHY & CO. (F. M. Phelps and W. S. Mur- 
phy) dealers lumber, doors, sash and blinds, office and 
yard SE cor Second and Washington 

Phelps William, hgstler Joseph P. Dieves, res Three-Mile 
House, San Leandro Road 

Phenix Insurance Co. (tire, of Brooklyn, N. Y.) Doe, Griffin 
& Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 

Phenneger Royal M., joiner C. P. R. R., res 758 Fifth 

PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, Christian A. Uhrig agent, 
838 Broadway 

PHILADELPHIA RESTAURANT, Schaefer & Welti pro- 
prietors, 1022 Broadway 

Philadelphia Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Works, Charles 
Reuter proprietor, 833 Washington, office 916 Broadway 

Philbrick D. S. Miss, res 1267 Fifth av 

Philbrick Frederick, carriage painter P. H. McGrew, res 710 
• Market 

Philbrick Thomas C, carpenter, res 710 Market 

Philibert A., proprietor Hermitage House, NE cor Hopkins 
and Fruit Vale av 

Philip Emanuel, laborer T. W. Corder, res 204 Harlan 

Philippson Phillip, pedlar, res 657 Washington 

Phillips Blair R., carpenter, res 607 Grove 

Phillips Charles, brakeman C. P. R. R., res Seventh Street 
House 

Phillips Charles L., teamster (S. F.) res 1756 Seward 



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GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Market St., S. F., INTERIOR DECORATOR. 



400 * OAKLAND [P] DIRECTORY. 

Phillips David J., sewing machine agent, 762 Seventh 
Phillips David T.', clerk (S. F.) res 1404 Fourteenth av 
Phillips Harry, salesman G. Abrahamson, res 1117 Broadway 
Phillips James, carpet layer, res 753 Seventh 
Phillips James, staiibuilder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 1024 

Willow 
Phillips John N., silversmith (S. F.) res 1756 Seward 
Phillips John W. (Grayson, Harrell & Co.) res 977 Sixth av 
Phillips Manuel, laborer, res 234 Harlan 
Phillips Peter, molder (S. F.) res 1823 William 
Phillips Thaddeus, railroadman, res 461^ Fourth 
Phillips Walter W., jeweler (S. F.) res 1756 Seward 
Phillips W. P. brakemau C. P. E. K., res Seventh Street 

House 
Phipps Francis M., clerk (S. F.) res 1111 Jefferson 
Phipps John L., machinist (S. F.) res 1266 Grove 
Phipps Joseph, res 1111 Jefferson 
Phipps Thomas B., Avorkmau East Oakland Planing Mills, 

res Union Hotel 
Phoenix Insurance Co. (fire of Hartford) Harry L. Eoff 

agent, 1004 Baoadway 
Pickersgill William F., clerk A. G. Lawrie, res 713 Tenth 
Pickles Edmund, machinist (S. F.) res 824 Union 
Picton Thomas, brewer, res W s San Pablo av nr Alca- 

traz av 
Piedmont School, W s Webster nr Mountain View Ceme- 
tery 
Piedmont Springs Hotel, Alonzo D, Whitney proprietor, 3 

miles NE of Oakland 
Pieombo Paul, salesman Camilloni, Selna & Lagoria, res E 

s Adeline bet Third and Fourth 
Piepenburg August, musician, res 1165 Seventh 
PIERCE & CO. (W. Frank and Charles D. Pierce) gen- 
eral hardware, 1209 Broadway and 1210 San Pablo av 
Pierce Annie Miss, res 1505 Tenth av 
Pierce Charles B., watchman (S. F.) res 1007 Campbell 
Pierce Charles D. (Pierce & Co.) res 1416 Grove 
Pierce Dexter, res 1416 Grove 

Pierce Frederick, brakemau C. P. R. R., res 1516 Eighth 
Pierce George L., iron works (S. F.) res 604 Seventeenth 
Pierce James E., carpenter, res 767 Willow 
Pierce John H., solicitor, res 1511 Fifth 
Pierce Marshall, treasurer Contra Costa Water Co., res 459 

Merrimac 
Pierce Reuben Mrs., widow, res 977 Sixth av 
Pierce W. Frank (Pierce & Co.) res 565 Fifteenth 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 401 

Piersou Caroline L. Mrs., res 616 Eighth 

Pierson Rasmiis, hostler Thomas W. Badger, res Badger's 

Park 
Pierson William M., attorney-at law (S. F.) res SEcor Fifth 

av and East 11th 
Pike Edward P., carpenter, res SW cor Forty-fourth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Pike Samuel B., insurance agent (S.F.) res 1302 Tenth 
Pilling Newton H., butcher P. J. Gerhardy, res NE cor 

Sixth and Broadway 
Pillsbury Enoch L. (Trowbridge & Pillsbury") res 716 Market 
Pinckney Samuel L., carriage painter, res l005 East 24th 
Pine M. A. Mrs., res 1005 Peralta 
PINKERTON THOMAS H., physician and surgeon, 418 

Central av, rooms 3-5, res NE cor East 27th and Thir- 
teenth av 
Pinkham Ella M. Miss, teacher Mills' Seminary 
Pinkham Frank D., compositor City Itemizer, res Sunnyside 

House 
Pinkham George, res W s Maple bet Temescal and Birch, 

Temescal 
Pinkham George T., extraman Eelief Hook and Ladder Co. 

No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, res 470 Sixth 
Pinkham John F., clerk (S. F.) res 1617 Taylor 
Piolle Louis, laundryman Berkeley Laundry 
Pioneer Carriage Factory, Sohst Brothers proprietors, NE 

cor Eighth and Franklin 
PIONEER PLANING MILLS, James E. Blethen proprie- 
tor, SW cor Broadway and First 
PIONEER SODA FACTORY, Taylor & Lohse proprietors, 

NE cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Pirrie William, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1263 Central av 
Pitman Henry C, stevedore (S. F.) res 719 Eighth 
Pitt David, laborer, res S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Pitts George H., produce (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel 
Pitts James M., butcher, shop and res 781 Central av 
Place Ella J. Miss, bookkeeper P. W. Butler & Co., res Ns 

Webster bet Moss av and Broadway 
Place James F., machinery (S. F.) res 1019 Linden 
Planer John, laborer, res 462 Fifth 
Plant Samuel, barber, res 1168 Seventh 
Plath Theodore, shoemaker George Dressier, res NW cor 

East Central and Ninth avs 
Piatt F. E. , carpenter, res SE cor Forty-third and Grove, 

Temescal 



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402 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Playter Eli W., hardware (S. F.) les 1167 Castro 

Pleitz Nellie, domestic C. A. Tuttle, 1591 Telegraph av 

Plevin P. H. Miss, res 668 Thirty-fifth 

PLOMTEAUX & RALLS (Henry J. Plomteaiix and Kich- 

ard P. Kails) dentists, 408 Thirteenth 
Plomteaux Henry J. (Plomteaux & Kails) res 820 Thirty- 
fourth 
Plover Patrick, builder, res 1609 Eighth 
Plumb Charles M., clerk (S. F.) res 962 Grove 
Plume John V., capitalist (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Plummer Daniel A., res 1067 Thirteenth av 
Plummer James W., carpenter C. P. K. K., res 1775 Lincoln 
Plunkett James C, attorney-at-law, 469^ Ninth, rooms 15- 

16, res 1933 Filbert 
Plunkett Wesley V., law student J. C. Plunkett, res 600 

East Central av 
Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church, Kev. George 

Mooar, D. D., pastor, cor Plymouth and Elm avs 
Plymouth Avenue School, Miss Elizabeth Powell principal, 

NE cor Plymouth and Elm avs 
Pogue "William S., res 830 Fourteenth 
Pohlman — , cracker dealer, res 460 Fifth 
Poirier Andrew F., res W s Shattuck av bet Benton and 

Alcatraz av, Temescal 
Poirier John B., farmer, res Ws Shattuck av bet Benton 

and Alcatraz av, Temescal 
Poirier R. D. Mrs., res W s Shattuck av bet Benton and 

Alcatraz av, Temescal 
Police Court, John Yule judge. City Hall 
Pollack Ernest W., engraver (S. F.) res 756 Seventh 
Pollack Louise Mrs., teacher music, res 756 Seventh 
Pollard Thomas, painter, res W s Second av nr Birch, Tem- 
escal 
Pomroy Horace B., business agent, 958 Broadway, res 1308 

Webster 
Poole David, real estate, res 1112 Second av 
Poole Henry C, miller, res 604 Filbert 
Poole Spencer, res 818 Clay 

Poole William, first officer stmr El Capitan, res 859 Center 
Pooler Mattie Mrs., dressmaker, 1571 Seventh 
Poor Fred. A., general delivery clerk Post Office, res 1611 

Telegraph av 
Poorman Jerome, tinner, res 914 Pine 
Poorman Kolla, painter, res 914 Pine 
Pope Horace E., physician and surgeon, office and res 1116 

Broadway, rooms 1-2 



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J. S. G. GORDON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ICE, 365 Tenth. 



OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 403 

Pope M. A. Mrs., res 306 Tenth 

Pope Thomas E., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 560 East 22nd 

Poppe Detlif, laborer Shell Mound Park 

Popper Max (Whitney & Co.'s Express) res S. F. 

Poray Martin Mrs., res NE cor Cedar and Chase 

Porch Henry H., wheelwright and blacksmith, 1724 Seventh, 
res 1671 Lincoln 

Port Peter, carpenter, res 1736 Taylor 

Portello Frank, butcher Morris & Co., res Peabody Lane, 
Butchertown 

Portello Henry, butcher, res Peabody Lane, Butchertown 

Portello Manuel, butcher, res Peabody Lane, Butchertown 

Porter Abel W. (Porter Bros. & Wing) res 514 Fifteenth 

PORTER BROTHERS & WING (David H. and Abel W. 
Porter and Almond Wing) produce dealers, 462 Elev- 
enth 

Porter David H. (Porter Brothers & Wing) res 526 Tenth 

Porter James J., deputy sheriff, office Court House, room 8, 
res 1367 Castro 

Porter John S. (Lee & Porter) res S. F. 

Posey A. C, physician and surgeon, and member Board of 
Health, 1156 Broadway, rooms 6-7 

Post Charles A., conductor C. P. E. R., res 822 Brush 

Post Charles B. Mrs., widow, res 822 Brush 

Post Martin Rev., res 2224 Telegraph av 

Post Mary A., widow, res 1016 Tenth av 

Post Mary E. Miss, teacher Mills' Seminary 

POST OFFICE, E. P. Marsellus postmaster, junction Four- 
teenth, San Pablo av and Broadway. Branch offices: 
Brooklyn, T. F. Steere superintendent, cor Thirteenth 
and East Central avs; West Oakland, H. Y. Baker, 
superintendent, cor Seventh and Pine 

Postlethwaite Hartley A. , blacksmith F. W. Davis, res E s 
Fourteenth ave bet East 11th and East Central av 

Poston E. C. Mrs., principal Poston's Seminary, Es Oak bet 
Tenth and Eleventh 

POSTON JOHN M., city attorney, office City Hall, res E s 
Oak bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Poston's Seminary, Mrs. E. C. Poston principal, E s Oak 
bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Pothier Louis (Boudreau & Pothier) res 820 Broadway 

Potter Charles S. Mrs., res 600 Seventeenth 

Potter Carrie V., widow, res 404 Central av 

Potter Edward E., insurance agent (S.F.) res 272 Eleventh 

Potter George C, capitalist (S. F.) res Bellevue House 

Potter George H., commercial traveler, res 488 Edwards 



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404 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Potter James, carpenter, res 1817 Goss 

Potter James B. M., U. S. A. paymaster (S. F.) res Tubbs 

Hotel _ ' 

Potter John, real estate, res 517 Third 
Potter John A., peddler, res 1181 Third 
Potter N. C. Mrs., widow, res 580 Thirty -fourth 
Potter Page, carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
Potter Samuel, res 570 Eleventh 
Potter Thomas L., clerk (S. F.) res 1621 Seward 
Potter William, carpenter 0. P. K. E. 
Potter William F., laborer (S. F.) res 1181 Third 
Potts James, farmer, res SE cor Elizabeth and San Pablo 

av, Temescal 
Potts Julia Miss, dressmaker, res 366 East 16th 
Potts S. C. Mrs., proprietress Merritt House, NW cor Cen- 
tral av and Franklin 
Poulsen Hans, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 144 Ettie 
Poulsen Johanna Mrs., dressmaker, res 144 Ettie 
Poulson Edna S., Mrs. res 615 Fifteenth 
Poulter Charles, springmaker (S. F.) res 1064 Wood 
Poulterer Joseph C., collector (S. F,) res 211 Central av 
Poulterer Thomas J., auctioneer (S. F.) res 211 Central av 
Pounstone Alvin L., business manager Mirror and advertis- 
ing agent, Wilcox Block, rooms 6-7-8, res Orr House 
Povea Carl, plasterer, res 662 Washington 
Powell Elizabeth Miss, principal Plymouth Avenue School, 

res 969 Chester 
Powell Howell A., attorney-at-law ((S. F.) res 911 Myrtle 
Powell Jennie, dressmaker, res 1002 Twenty-eighth 
Powell Walter, accountant (S. F.) res 917 Union 
Powell William W., porter C. P. E. E., res 679 Sixteenth 
Power — — , canvasser, res Winsor House 
Power Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 494 Twenty -fifth 
Powers Charles, painter, res 708 Twenty-sixth 
Powers David, laborer, res S s First av bet Telegraph av 

and Maple, Temescal 
Powers D. N. Mrs., res 933 Linden 
Powers E., laborer C. P. E. E. 
Powers Edward, cai-penter, res 1001 Franklin 
Powers Frank G., apothecary Kelsey & Flint, res SW cor 

Broadway and Central av 
Powers Frank H. , carriagemaker Charles A. McCloud, res 

NW cor Ninth and West 
Powers Jason O., res 828 Myrtle 
Powers John, laborer C. P. E. E., res 881 Cedar 
Powers John, longshoreman, res St. Louis House 



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OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 405 

Powers John S., clerk (S. F.) res 814 Twentieth 

Powers Marj, laundress Snell Seminary, res 568 Central av 

Powers Michael, laborer, res 1003 Franklin 

Powers Newton, laborer, res 2167 Summit, Lynn 

Prairo John M., blacksmith (S. F.) res 811 Peralta 

Prather George M., farmer, res 609 Seventeenth 

Prather John N., dentist (S. F.) res 1314 Eighth 

Prather Samuel D., clerk W. & M. Everson, res 517 Eleventh 

Prather Thomas, teller Union Savings Bank, res 517 

Eleventh 
PRATHER WILLIAM L., notary public, 483 Seventh, res 

517 Eleventh 
Pratt Daniel W., mining, res 664 Eleventh 
Pratt Dennison, spring maker, res 566 East 11th 
Pratt Eugene L., fireman C. P. E. E., res 566 East 11th 
Pratt Frank D., miner, res 77 Valley 

Pratt George C, mining secretary (S. F.) res 1360 Harrison 
Pratt Henry, gun maker, res 738 Myrtle 
Pratt Henry, teamster Weston & Welch, res 216 Eighth 
Pratt Henry C, hay and grain, wood and coal, and pro- 
prietor Eureka Mills, 1772 Telegraph av, res 668 Twenty- 
third 
Pratt Horace C, merchant, res 1402 Tenth 
Pratt Horace G., grand recorder A. O. U. W. (S. F.) res 

1422 Sixteenth 
Pratt James W., res 1402 Tenth 

Pratt Leonidas E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res Johnson House 
Pratt Susan H., widow, res 512 East 15th 
Pratt William, waiter, res Tremont House 
Praw Joseph, clerk (S. F.) res S s East 14th bet Third and 

Fourth avs 
Pray H. T. Mrs., res 522 Tenth 
Preble Henry E., clerk C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res NW cor 

Thirteenth and Jackson 
Preda D., wines and liquors, NW cor Forty-sixth and Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Prentice Mabel Mrs., res 1559 Eighth 
Prenveille Eugene, painter, res 617 Sixth 
Prenveille Eose Mme, dressmaker, res 617 Sixth 
Prescott Alfred, shipcarpenter C. P. E. E., res 316 Third 
Prescott Alfred A., attorney-at-law, res 1207 Broadway 
Prescott C, conductor C. P. E. E. 
Prescott Frank C, res 571 Broadway 
Prescott Grammar School, D. T. Fowler principal, SE cor 

Campbell and Seward 
Prescott Juliet E., widow, res 1571 Broadway 



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406 OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 

Prescott Melvin, butcher, res 456 East 17th 

Prescott Sarah, widow, res 573 East Central av 

Presho James, commission merchant (S. F.) res 827 Myrtle 

Pressey B. F., joiner C. P. E. R. 

Preston John W., patternmaker Oakland Iron Works, res 

658 Twenty-first 
Price Charles E., laborer C. P. R. R., res Star House 
Price David, architect, res 596 Sycamore 
Price David A., salesman C. R. Lewis & Co., res 596 Syca- 
more 
Price Frank B., res 596 Sycamore 
Price George C, mining, res 719 Tenth 
Price James K., clerk, res 1376 Seventeenth 
Price M. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 1113 Franklin 
Price M. L. Mrs., widow, res 404 Cenaral av 
Price Rufus J., carpenter (S. F.) res 205 Third 
Price Thomas H., master mariner, res 1426 Sixteenth 
Price W., machine hand Oakland Planing Mills 
Price Wallace C, commission merchant (S. F.) res 719 

Tenth 
Price Walter F., bookkeeper Butler & Bowman, res 137(> 

Seventeenth 
Price William, laborer Dr. E. H. Woosley, res 652 Franklin 
Price William F., porter C. P. R. R., res 726 Peralta 
Price William H., clerk Steere & Colby, res 312 East 16th 
Price William N., millhand, res 596 Sycamore 
Price William S., printer Butler & Bowman, res 1376 Sev- 
enteenth 
Prien Gustave, clerk Adolph Heine, res SW cor Eighth and 

Chester 
Priestley John H., teamster, res 361 Third 
Prince Annie B. Miss, res 1710 Central av 
Prince B. M. Mrs., widow, res 1710 Central av 
Prince Ettie M. Miss, res 1710 Central av 
Prince Eva J. Miss, res 1710 Central av 
Prince George W., upholsterer Hugh Bankhead & Co., res 

1714 Linden 
Prince Levy M., carpenter, res 1718 Linden 
Prince Thomas P., machinist (S. F.) res 1816 Taylor 
Pringle Edward J., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 326 East 19th 
Pringle George, teamster Burner & Young, res 476 Third 
Pringle John, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1570 Third 
Pringle William, teamster Frederick F. Myers, res 476 Third 
Pritchard James, carpenter, res 470 Eighth 
Pritchard Richard A., typecaster Pacific Press, res 714 
Eleventh 



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J. S. G. GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 



OAKLAND [ P ] DIRECTORY. 407 

Prokchs Lawrence, miner, res 990 Center 

Prosser Benry J., carpenter (S. F.) res 958 Center 

Protheroe Samuel W., car repairer C. P. E. R., res 576 East 
22nd 

Prout Frank, driver Oakland RR., res S s Cleveland av nr 
Telegraph av, Temescal 

Pryal Andrew D., nurseryman and florist, Pryal's Lane off 
Vernon av, Claremont 

Pryal William A., atteiney-at-law, res Pryal's Lane off Ver- 
non av, Claremont 

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR, Alameda County, Samuel I. 
Marston, office 859 Broadway 

Pugh Edward, commission merchant (S. F.) res 1212 Ade- 
line 

Pugh F. M. Mrs., teacher Cole School, res 1212 Adeline 

Pugh George E., messenger Bay and Coast Telegraph Co., 
res 1212 Adeline 

Pulcifer Alexander W., blacksmith and horseshoer, 1362 
San Pablo av, res 772 Eighteenth 

Pullman James, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1052 Poplar 

Pulver Mary Mrs., nurse Josiah Lusk, E s Claremont av nr 
Clifton 

Pumyea Nelson D., cigars and tobacco, 468 Seventh, res 619 
Tenth 

Pumyea Peter (Newland & Pumyea) res 619 Tenth 

Purcell Amanda Mrs., res 865 Center 

Purcell Charles, foreman Contra Costa Water Co., res 480 
Hawthorne 

Purcell Joseph, res 673 Twenty-fourth 

Purcell Julia A. Miss, furnished rooms, 504 Fifteenth 

Purcell Laura Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 
865 Center 

Purfurst August B., secretary German consulate (S. F.) res 
1240 Adeline 

PURINGTON & REED (S. W. Purington and Charles E. 
H. Reed) wood and coal, 610 East Central av 

Purington Stephen W. (Purington & Reed) res 610 East Cen- 
tral av 

Purnell Samons L., vvhitener, res 812 Third 

Purnell Zedekiah J., steward stmr San Rafael, res 812 Third 

Purrington Joseph, hay, grain and feed, NE cor East Central 
and Seventh avs, res E s Seventh av nr East 14th 

Purves John, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 251 Second 

Putnam George, res 475 Twentj'-first 

Putnam Otis A., medical student Agard & Adams, res Sun- 
nyside House 



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408 OAKLAND [ Q ] 



DIRECTORY. 



Putnam Stillman N., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1258 Har- 
rison 

Putzar Louis, shipcarpenter 0. P. E. R., res 1710 Tliir- 
teenth 

Putzker Albin, instructor German University, res SW cor 
Parker and Humboldt, Temescal 

Pythian Castle, 1056 Broadway 



Q 

QUACKENBUSH GEORGE C, groceries, 1473 San Pablo av 

Querrolo Joseph, gardener N. W. Spaulding, SW cor Nine- 
teenth av and East 25th 

Quigley Charles E., tinsmith Dalziel & Moller, res 514 Fif- 
teenth 

Quigley John, car cleaner C. P. E. E., res 1762 William 

Quigley Michael, laborer, res 620 Myrtle 

Quigley William B., driver Whitney & Co's Express, res 265 
Second 

Quince Annie M. Miss, teacher Harrison Street School, res 
Galindo Hotel 

QUINLAN JAMES, liquor saloon, 1454 Seventh, res 1420 
Eleventh 

Quinlan Maurice J., salesman (S. F.) res 654 Sycamore 

Quinlin Hugh, guard (San Quentin) res 711 Peralta 

Quinlivan Lizzie, domestic NW cor Sixteenth av and East 
16th 

Quinn Edward, laborer, res 1568 Fifth 

Quinn George, salesman California Door Co., res 1366 
Eleventh 

Quinn Henry, laborer Isaac L. Eequa, res Piedmont Springs 

Quinn John, milkman, res 1953 Magnolia 

Quinn Mary Mrs., groceries, 404 B 

Quinn Michael, sawyer, res 404 B 

Quinn Michael C, hostler Brooklyn and Fruit Vale E. E., 
res NE cor Hopkins and Fruit Vale av 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, res N s Thirtieth bet San Pablo av 
and West 

Quinn Thomas, clerk, res 1358 Sixteenth 

Quinn Thomas, laborer John Garber, N s Claremont av nr 
Eussell, Claremont 

Quinn William H., salesman (S. F.) res 1217 Castro 

Quinn Winnie, domestic A. J. Ealston, 524 Twenty-fifth 

Quong Yun (Chinese) employment office, 357 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 409 



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Kabe John, dentist (S. F.) res 583 Thirty-fifth 

E-abe William Mrs., widow, res 1406 Alice 

Eabe William H., clerk (S. F.) res 1406 Alice 

Kachold Henry, painter Frederick M. Far well 

Eackliffe John, res 859 Castro 

Rademacher Augustus P., contractor, office 1170 Broadway, 

res 1752 Seward 
Eader Matthew G., manager Oakland Transfer Co., 1014 

Broadway, res 230 Central av 
HADING FREDERICK, upholsterer, 1229 Broadway, res 

514 Fourth 
Rae Henry, car repairer C. P. E. E., res 1809 William 
RAFFO BROTHERS (Colombo Eaffo) gi'oceries, wines and 

liquors, 671-673 Broadway 
Eaffo Colombo (Eaffo Brothers) res 613 Fourth 
Eatib Louis, merchant (S. F.) res 542 Charter 
Eaggett Michael, porter (S. F.) res 1763 Atlantic 
Eaggett Eichard, clerk A. Lippman, res 1763 Atlantic 
Eaglen Samuel, mining, res 808 Jefferson 
Eagsdale John C. (Snow & Eagsdale) NE cor Broadway and 

Thirteenth 
Eailton Edward M., clerk superintendent's office C. P. E.E., 

Oakland Wharf, rej 1020 Linden 
Eaines Elliott M. , res SW cor Ninth and Chester 
Eaines William H., hoase painter, res 1364 Tenth 
Eainow L. Mrs., res E s Fortieth nr Grove, Temescal 
EainvilleH. E., wagonmaker, res E s San Pablo av nr E.E. 

crossing, Temescal 
Ealeigh Charles J., lather, res 1011 Twenty-sixth 
Ealeigh James F., carpenter, res 1835 Linden 
Ealeigh Lewis A., expressman, SW cor Eleventh and Broad- 
way, res 1035 Linden 
Ealls E. F. (Plomteaux & Ealls) res Galindo House 
Ealston Andrew J., president Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co., res 524 Twenty-fifth 
Ealston Henry, housesmith, res 1407 Tenth 
Ealston John, machinist (S. F.) res S s Merced av nr Shat- 

tuck av, Temescal 
Eaimerez Jesus E., fruits and vegetables, 1781 Seventh 
Eamsden Charles H., accountant (S. F.) res 452 East 17th 
Eamsey Peter, fisherman, res 246 Ellen 
Eand Charles W., capitalist, res 1369 Jackson 
Eand David H., clerk, res 1205 Franklin 

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410 OAKLAND [ Er ] DIRECTORY. 

Eand Eliza M., widow, res 461 Twenty-sixth 

Kand Hall B,, policeman, res 1205 Franklin 

Eandall Frank, carpenter, res 1727 Filbert 

Randall M. P. Mrs., widow, res 470 Edwards 

Eandall Samuel, salesman VVeston & Welch, res 370 Third 

Eandlett Henry A., proprietor Eandlett House, SW cor Park 
av and HoUis 

Eandolph William, hostler A. C. Deitz, W s San Pablo av nr 
Temescal Creek 

Eandolph William C., jeweller (S. F.) res 600 Central av 

Eankin Andrew, tinsmith James Dalziel, res 19(17 Grove 

Eankin Elmer, produce, res 1420 Central av 

Eankin James, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res cor Twenty- 
eighth and Caledonia av 

RANLETT HORACE D., president The Eeal Estate Un- 
ion, 921 Broadway, rooms 12-13, res 724 Fourteenth 

Eanlett John, policeman, res 163 Seventh 

Eansom Andrew, first officer swing crew Oakland Ferry, res 
1456 Central av 

Eansom Hiram M., machinist, res Lake Shore av nr Bridge 

Eansom Sidney S., hackman, res 827 Wood 

Eansome Ernest L., artificial stone manufacturer, res 1031 
Seventh av 

Eaphael Aaron, junk peddler, res 752 Franklin 

Eaphael Marks, secondhand furniture, 703 Broadway 

Eappin L. Mrs., midwife, res 1914 San Pablo av 

Eappold John, miner, res 1659 Central av 

Easner Henry C, patternmaker (S. F.) res 582 Delger 

Easted Gustave, musician, res 856 Clay 

Eathburn N. A., blacksmith Asher Tyler, res 1020 Eighth av 

RATHJEN DIEDERICH, groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Fifth and Jefferson 

Eathjen Herman, express (S. F.) res 685 East Central av 

Eathmann Edward E. F,, carpenter, res N s Forty-fifth nr 
Telegraph av, Temescal 

Eattigan Catharine, widow, res 1366 Fifteenth 

Eattigan Thomas, laundryman Berkeley Laundry, res 1366 
Fifteenth 

Eattigan William, laundryman Berkeley Laundry, res 1366 
Fifteenth 

Eau George, upholsterer Charles L. Taylor, res 1214 Chest- 
nut 

Eawley Jolm, lather, res 1011 Twenty-sixth 

Eawlings Lloyd, mining, res 1135 Myrtle 

Eawlins B. T., law student A. A. Moore, res S. F. 

Eay William B., switchman C P. E. E., res 913 Cedar 



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OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 411 

Raye Rosa Mrs., res 1761 Lincoln 

Raye William H., painter C. P. R. R., res 1826 Goss 

Rayer Etienne, res 1773 Lincoln 

Rayer Gottlieb, baker, res 368 Fourth 

Rayfield George, mining, res 519 Eighth 

Raymond Charles, telegraph operator, res 1110 Fourteenth 

Raymond Charles S., salesman William P. Wheeler, res 1003 

Webster 
Raymond Ferima, domestic W. F. Beck, 512 Charter 
Raymond George, sewing machine agent, res 629 Fourteenth 
Raymond George A., drug clerk, res 626 Thirteenth 
Raymond Jonas C, homoeopathic physician, office and res 

626 Thirteenth 
Raymond Sarah, widow, seamstress, res 663 AVashington 
Raymond Van Rensselaer, employee U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 

954 Webster 
Raymond William P., grain and produce, res 820 Myrtle 
Rea Jphn Rev., res 923 Fifth av 
Read Charles B., student, res E s San Pablo av nr Forty- 

Read Frank W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 162 Seventh 

Read Stephen A., carpenter, res E s San Pablo av nr Forty- 
first, Temescal 

Read Winfield S. (W. S. Read & Co.) and deputy constable 
and auctioneer, NW cor Seventh and Broadway, res 462 
Ninth 

Read W. S. & Co. (W. S. Read and M. Marcuse) law and 
collection, 483 Seventh 

Reader Philip, driver Empire Hose Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire 
Department, res 470 Sixth 

Reading Joseph, watchmaker and jeweler, SW cor Broad- 
way and Eleventh, res 964 Third 

Ready Martin, carriagewasher Elon DeWitt 

Reagan M. A. Mrs., res NW cor Telegraph av and Thirty- 
sixth, Temescal 

Reagan Patrick, saloonkeeper (S. F.) res 753 Seventh 

REAL ESTATE UNION (THE) H. D. Ranlelt president, 
William H. Jordan manager, office 921 Broadway, rooms 
12-13 

Reanier & Cutler (William Reanier and Alfred W. Cutler) 
groceries and provisions, 1701 Central av 

Reanier William (Reanier & Cutler) res SW cor Eighth and 
Willow 

Reardon James, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1720 Pacific 

Reardon Jeremiah, car cleaner C. P. R. R., res 721 Henry 

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412 OAKLAND [ E. ] DIRECTORY. 

Rector B. F., superintendent Oakland Bag Manufacturing 

Co., res 1028 Second av 
Rector Ludwell J., deputy City Clerk, res 764 East 17th 
Redding Albert P., with C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 1313 Madi- 
son 
Redding David W., carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res 560 

Fifteenth 
Redding D. W., builder, res 560 Fifteenth 
Redfield Horace A., employee C. P.R. R., res 1873 William 
Redican Bernard, plasterer, res 767 Twenty-second 
Redington Charles H., assistant paymaster C. P. R. R. and 

member Board of Education, res 1665 Central av 
Redman & Case (J. R. Redman and E. G. Case) dentists, 

1116 Broadway, room 5 

Redman J. R. (Redman & Case) res Willow nr Seventh 
Redman L. B., law student R. A. Redman, res 970 Market 
REDMAN R. A,, attorney-at-law, Wilcox Block, rooms 

17-18, res 970 Market 
Redmayne Thomas, capitalist, res E s Fruit Vale av | mile 

north of Old County Road 
Redmond Annie, domestic Charles H. Gorrill, res W s Web- 
ster nr Broadway 
Redmond Margaret L., widow, res N s East Eleventh bet 

Eighth and Ninth avs 
Redstone Albert E., quartz mill (S. F.) res 951 Willow 
Redstone John H., patent solicitor (S. F.) res 1723 Goss 
Redway J. W., principal Fruit Vale Grammar School, res 

cor Fruit Vale av and Hopkins 
Reed Charles E. H. (Purington & Reed) res 1117 Ninth av 
Reed Charles G., res 1257 Filbert 
Reed Clara E. Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 

1117 Ninth av 

Reed Clarence M., telegraph operator Western Union Tele- 
graph Co., res 310 Seventh 

Reed Elizabeth B. Miss, teacher Kindergarten, res 827 Four- 
teenth 

Reed Fanny M. Miss (F. M. Reed & Co.) res 1312 Tele- 
graph av 

REED F. M. & CO. (F. M. Reed and E. W. Luecke) mil- 
linery, 1161 Broadway 

Reed Frank M., carpenter, res 310 Seventh 

Reed Frederick H., surveyor, res 827 Fourteenth 

REED GEORGE W., attorney-at-law and notary public, SE 
cor Ninth and Broadway, res Kohler-Chase House 

Reed James, engineer stmr El Capitan, Oakland Ferry, res 
res 950 Willow 



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OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 413 

Keed James W., carpenter and builder, res 310 Seventh 
Reed John, driver Brooklyn and Fruit Vale R. R., res Her- 
mitage House 
Reed John, porter Joseph G. Beach, res 816 Broadway 
Reed John Q., foreman Henry P. Finch, res 806 Broadway 
Reed John W., bookkeeper Porter Bros. & Wing, res 477 

Ninth 
Reed Lafayette W., teacher (S. F.) res 1213 Jefferson 
Reed M. A. Mrs., res 1312 Telegraph av 
Reed Marion Miss,' res 727 Fourteenth 
Reed Richard D., gardener, res 813 Eighteenth 
Reed Richard R., bartender John Maher, res Eighteenth bet 

West and Market 
REED ROBERT, manufacturer artificial limbs, 954 Broad- 
way, room 10, res 409 Seventh 
Reed Sarah A., Mrs., res 529 Eighth 
Reed Thomas, painter, res 1116 Broadway 
Reed William, real estate, res 1269 Market 
Reed W. S., constable, office 859 Broadway, res Henry 

House 
Reedy Maggie, domestic W s Fruit Vale av nr East 14th 
Reek William, liquor saloon, 1165 Seventh 
Rees David S., carpenter, res 1706 William 
Reese Powell H., master mariner, res 2108 Elm 
Reese William G., carpenter, res 1362 Campbell 
Reeves Charles, porter Henry Schellhaas, res 359 Eleventh 
Reeves Elijah, porter C. P. R. R., res 831 Castro 
Reeves George, laborer, res 620 Second 
Refreatte G., laborer C. P. R. R., res C. P. Railroad House 
Regan Julia Mrs., laundress, res E s First av bet Summer 

and Avon 
Regan Peter, laborer C. P. R. R., res Shell Mound 
Regensburger David A. , with Wells, Fargo & Co. (S. F.) 

res Mathew nr Webster 
Rehill Kate, domestic 1077 Eighth 

Reiche Lena, domestic E s Seminary av nr Mills' Seminary 
REICHENBERG BERNARD V., dry and fancy goods, 1111 

Broadway, res 309 Eighth 
Reichert Carl, farmer, res 752 Seventh 
Reichert Carl, horseshoer William T. Gibbs, res Fruit Vale 
Reichert Elizabeth Mrs., groceries, fruits and produce, 752 

Seventh 
Reichert Louis F., groceries, SW cor San Pablo av and 

Twenty-fourth, res 1671 San Pablo av 
Reichert Ludwig, farmer, res 752 Seventh 
Reichert N. J., Indian doctor, res 313 Sixth 



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414 OAKLAND, [ R ] DIRECTORY. 

Reichhold Henry W., painter, res B nr Peralta 
Reichling Albert H., clerk (S. F.) res 1056 Eighth 
Reichling Francis, assayer (S. F.) res 1056 Eighth 
Reichling Louis F., clerk (S. F.) res 1056 Eighth 
Reid Charles C, farmer, res NE cor Maple and Temescal, 

Temescal 
Reid Hugh, patternmaker (S. F.) res 1409 Tenth 
Reid John, shipcarpenter C. P. R. R., res 764 Pine 
Reier Charles, painter, res 508 Eighth 
Reier Charles Jr., clerk Contra Costa Water Co., res 508 

Eighth 
REILAY & BRAD WAY (John P. Reilay and Joseph R. 

Bradway) physicians and surgeons, office 1055 Broad- 
way, rooms 3-4 
Reilay John P. (Reilay & Bradway) res 1114 Washington 
Reilev Daniel, laborer, res 726 Chestnut 
Reilly Francis, porter (S. F.) res 1522 Fifth . 
Reilly Lawrence, res 1524 Eighth 
Reilly Margaret, widow, res 1162 Fifth 
Reilly Patrick, laborer Leon Trelut, res Brooklyn Hotel 
REILLY PAUL J., M. D., druggist and apothecary, 847 

Broadway, res 718 Seventh 
Reilly Thomas J., brakeman C. P. R. R., res 1716 Eighth 
Reimers Adolph, watchmaker, 704 Broadway 
Reimers Frederick P. L,, bookkeeper Burner & Young, res 

704 Broadway 
Reinderknecht John, butcher, res E s San Pablo av R. R. 

crossing, Temescal 
Reinertsen David N., sailmaker (S. F.) res 34 Hannah 
Reinhardt Hans, salesman (S. F.) res 7 Pearson's Row 
Reinhart George W. (G. W. Reinhart & Co.) res cor Six- 
teenth and San Pablo av 
Reinhart G. W. & Co. (George W. Reinhart and F. E. 

Weston) livery and sale stables, 368-370 Eighth 
Reinhart Herman, bookkeeper (S. F.) res Lake Shore av nr 

Second av 
Reinhart Jacques F., salesman (S. F.) res Lake Shore av nr 

Second av 
Reinliart Julia, widow, res Lake Shore av nr Second av 
Reinhart Max, sculptor, res Lake Shore av nr Second av 
Reinhart Oscar, salesman Hauser & Ott, res Lake Shore av 

nr Second av 
Reinhold William, gardener Horatio P. Livermore, res cor 

Fourth av and McAdam 
Reinle Frederick, pork packer (S. F.) res 1058 West 
Reinstadler Frank, carpenter, res 963 Third av 



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OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 415 

Reis Antone M., milkman, res 11 Hannah 

Reiser Franz, bartender William Smith, res SW cor Tenth 
and Franklin 

Reiter Philip, teacher music, res 355 Tenth 

Reitz John B., liquor mixer (S. F.) res 1403 Central av 

Relief Hook & Ladder Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire Department, 
George Oakes foreman, 470 Sixth 

Remarque Joseph, barber, 1508 Seventh 

REMIIiliARD BRICK CO., P. N. Remillard president, 
Theophile Lamouraux vice-president, V. L. Fortin sec- 
retary, contractors and manufacturers of brick, dealers 
in plastering materials, also pressed and fire brick, ce- 
ment, etc., office foot AVebster, and Pacific street Wharf, 
S. F. 

Remillard Edouard, superintendent Remillard Brick Co., res 
14161 San Pablo av 

Remillard Euphemia Miss, res 961 Clay 

Remillard H. Mrs., res 961 Clay 

Remillard Hilaire, brick manufacturer, res E s Adeline bet 
Forty-second and Forty-third, Temescal 

Remillard Peter N., president Remillard Brick Co., res 530 
Tenth 

Remillard's Building, W s San Pablo av bet Eighteenth and 
Nineteenth 

Remington Anna M., widow, res 958 Grove, rear 

Rempe Henry J., painter, res 955 Twenty-fourth 

Rendell Thomas, contractor and builder, res 825 Fif- 
teenth 

Renggenberg Rudolph, foreman Washington Brewery, res 
823 Kirkham 

RENKEN HENRY, Baunscheidist healing method, 461 
Ninth 

Renkin James, plumber Dalziel & Moller, res 1963 Grove 

Renney James A., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Renney William, foreman Contra Costa Laundry 

Reno Buel, clerk Agard & May, res 363| Central av 

KENTON COAL CO., William R. Thomas manager, 413 
Tenth 

Reom Nelson, carpenter, res 1456 Linden 

Repp John, baker Schley Brothers, res 770 East Central av 

Requa Isaac L., mining superintendent (Virginia City) res 
Highland av. Piedmont Springs 

Requa J. E. Mrs., res Tubbs Hotel 

Rettig Sophia Mrs., res 921 East 14th 

Rettig William, cabinetmaker Chris. Schreiber, res 2124 
Chestnut 



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Reuter Charles, proprietor Philadelphia Steam Dyeing and 

Cleaning Works, 833 "Washington, office and res 916 

Broadway 
Revalk John, jeweler, res 1681 Thirteenth 
Eevere Insurance Co. (fire, of Boston) E. A. Heron agent, 

422 Central av 
Reynders John (Henry F. Sanders & Co.) res 734 Union 
Reynold Eugene, engineer C. P. R. R., res 956 Third 
Reynolds Albert R., farmhand Thomas Bridge, res NW cor 

Fruit Vale av and County Road 
Reynolds Annie Miss, domestic 1557 Webster 
Reynolds E. W., law clerk, res 705 Jackson 
Reynolds Frank A., postal clerk (S. F.) res 912 Thirty-fifth 
Reynolds Frank P., clerk, res 833 Madison 
Reynolds George A., real estate (S. F.) res 1709 Lincoln 
Reynolds George A. Jr., res 1709 Lincoln 
Reynolds G. L., res NW cor Humboldt and Mariposa avs, 

Temescal 
Reynolds Merrick, grain buyer (S. F.) res 484 Plymouth av 
Reynolds Robert T., clerk (S. F.) res Bellevue House 
Reynolds R. T. Mrs., dressmaker and proprietress Bellevue 

House, junction Broadway and Telegraph av 
Reynolds William T., mining, res 833 Madison 
Reysart Enos, engineer, res 200 Hannah 
Rhinehart J. O., salesman John Cushing, res 408 Thirteenth 
Rhoda Albert, farmer, res Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Rhoda Franklin, farmer, res Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Rhoda Frederick, farmer, res Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Rhodes Eber H., traveling solicitor (S. F.) res 714 Tenth 
Rhodes Edward G., carpenter, res 1712 Pacific 
Rhodes Henry, expressman (S. F.) res 1715 Goss 
Ricardo Alberti, assistant foreman Tribune Publishing Co., 

res Sixth bet Washington and Clay 
Ricardo Frank, laborer C. P. R. R., res 725 Chester 
RICE & WHITE (Charles H. Rice and James J. White) 

butchers, 2-6 City Market, 415-417 Central av 
Rice C. B., Novelty Job Office, job printing, jeweling, gun 

and locksmithing, sawtiling and general repairing, 1073 

Thirteenth av 
Rice Charles A., salesman Rice & White, res 1381 Webster 
Rice Charles F., printer C. B. Rice, res 1073 Thirteenth av 
Rice Charles H. (Rice & White) res 1381 Webster 
Rice Edward J., student University, res 1381 Webster 
Rice Edwin, clerk John Rice, res 1162 Union 
Rice Elihu, sign painter, res 308 Fifth 
Rice George, stoker Engine Co. No. 1, Oakland Fire Dept 



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OAKLAND [!{,] DIRECTORY. 417 

Rice George J., student University, res 1381 "Webster 
Rice John, wood and coal, 1214 Market, res 1162 Union 
Rice Matthew, employee C. P. R. R., res 517 Fourth 
Rice Thomas, car repairer C, P. R. R., res 1832 Seventh 
Richard Henry, farmer, res Fruit Yale 
Richard Jules, cook Bidache & Bonnemazou, res 912 Frank- 
lin 
Richards Austin C, deputy City Assessor, res 839 Harrison 
Richards Ezra, solicitor (S. F.) res 818 Clay 
Richards James C, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1522 Broad- 
way 
Richards Seth, capitalist, res 1403 Jackson 
Richards W. A., proprietor City Hall Stables, 514 Four- 
teenth, res San Jose 
Richardson A. S., carpenter, res 313 Ninth 
Richardson Benjamin, porter, res 741 Mvrtle 
Richardson Daniel S., clerk (S. F.) res 354 East 16th 
Richardson George, laborer, res 664 Fourth 
Richardson George F., agent C. P. R. R. and operator West- 
ern Union Telegraph Co., foot Broadway, res 760 
Fourth 
Richardson G. F. Mrs., agent C. P. R. R. and operator 
Western Union Telegraph Co., Broadway Station, res 
760 Fourth 
Richardson Helen Miss, res 360 East 16th 
Richardson John B. (Nye & Richardson) attorney-at-law, 

458 Eighth, res 216 Fifth 
Richardson John M., farmer, res 564 East 11th 
Richardson Maria, widow, res 467 Fourth 
Richardson Mary L. Mrs., dressmaker, res 313 Ninth 
Richardson Nicholas, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 808 

Henry 
Richardson Oliver F., carpenter, res 217 Ellen 
Richardson Sarah, widow, res 715 Linden 
Richardson Sarah J., nurse, res 1116 West 
Richardson Thomas, lumber (Berkeley) res 325 East 19th 
Richardt Ferdinand, landscape painter, res 837 Madison 
Richman Lewis P., tinsmith (S. F.) res 1436 Central av 
Richmond-Judd Lizzie G. Mrs., printer (S. F.) res 518 Wil- 
liams 
Richmond William P., printer (S. F.) res 518 Williams 
Richon Claude F., watchman (S. F.) res 1773 Lincoln 
Richter Adolph, jeweler (S. F.) res 1316 Seventh av 
Rick Emil' engineor C. P. R. R., res 1053 Ninth av 
Rickard George H., carpenter and builder, res N s Temescal 
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418 OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 

Eickard Michael, laborer, res 1724 Chase 

Kickards John E., salesman (S. F.) res 1036 Peralta 

Kicker B. C Miss, dressmaker, res 710 Tenth 

Kicker Benjamin F., carpenter, res 710 Tenth 

Kickey Daniel B., tinsmith, res 1363 Brush 

Kiddle Herbert, purser P. C. S. S. Co., res 1528J Broad- 
way 

Kiddle James H., expressman cor Seventh and Broadway, 
res 225 Second 

Riddle John W., res Erie House 

Kider Alfred, capitalist, res 1203 Eleventh av 

Kidgley Henry, laborer, res 2046 Chestnut 

Kidley William H., carpenter, res S s Weston av nr Tele- 
graph av 

Kiehl Emil, teacher music, res 858 Franklin 

Kiehl James E., blacksmith F. W. Davis, res 1163 Tenth av 

Rieir George, baker (S. F.) res 805 Jackson 

Kies Samuel, oils and lamj) stock, 507 Seventh, res 217 
Fifth 

Rigby Avilda Mrs., res 1737 Market 

Riggen Flora Mrs., res 1320 Telegraph av 

Riggen S. P., insurance agent (S. F.) res junction Broad- 
way and Telegraph av 

Rigley Frank, dairyman Casper Gamma, res E s Fruit Vale 
nr East Fourteenth 

Rigley John, dairyman Lewis Lawrence, res N s School 
House Road nr Fruit Vale av 

Riguey Edward, miner, res 404 Fifth 

Rigney John, teamster Walter Laidlaw, res 404 Fifth 

Rigney Martin, miner, res 404 Fifth 

Rigney Michael, student Oakland Business College 

Rigney Michael, teamster, res 404 Fifth 

Rigney Thomas F., blacksmith (S. F.) res 404 Fifth 

Riley Bridget, cook Kelsey House 

Riley George F., ship builder (S. F.) res 761 Fifth 

Riley Henry W., workman Thomas W. Badger, res Badger's 
Park 

Riley John, farmer, res W s Redwood Road, Fruit Vale 

Riley Jolin G. , mining, res 608 Seventeenth 

Riley John H., caterer, res 225 Second 

Riley John J. , foreman composing-room Evening Tribune, 
res Somerset House 

Riley John R., hostler Robinson & Lawrence, res SW cor 
Webster and Eighth 

Riley L. C, watchman stockyards, res N s Elizabeth nr San 
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OAKLAND [R] DIRECTORY. 419 

Riley Mary E, Mrs., real estate, res 1357 Franklin 

Riley Richard, farmer, res W s Redwood Road, Fruit Vale 

Riley Thomas, teamster, res cor Adeline and Thirty-seventh 

Ring Daniel, laborer, res 369 Third 

Ringold Daniel M ., teamster The Thomas Coal Yard, res 

1305 Webster 
Rio Gaspar, wines and liquors, 1415 San Pablo av 
Rioton Adam, porter (S. F.) res 991 Pine 
Rioton Thomas H., clerk Finch & Barnhisel, res 991 Pine 
Rischmulier Diedrich, carpenter, res 1115 Eighth av 
Rischmuller George, carpenter, res 1163 Eleventh av 
Rischmulier R. Mrs., widow, res 1115 Eighth av 
Risdon John N., foundry (S. F.) res W s Fruit Vale av nr 

East 14th 
Risdon Robert N., bookkeeper (S. F.) res W s Fruit Vale 

av nr East 14th 
Riser George, tinsmith Owen C. Kirk, res Union Hotel 
Ritchie James, res 563 Hobart 
Rivard Richard, laborer, res 560 Franklin 
Rivas Maria C, domestic 354 East 16th 
Rivers Jos., driver Wingate's Express, res 701 Washington 
Rivers Orisime, farmer, res 552 Broadway 
Rixon John A., tailor (S. F.) res 1623 Taylor 
Roach David, laborer, res 1920 San Pablo av 
Roach Hannah, widow, res 611 Adeline 
Roach John D., blacksmith, res 1321 Sixth av 
Roach Lizzie, domestic William B. Hyde, 162 Third 
Roach Mary, domestic New Snyder House 
Roach Mary T., widow, res 1553 Eighth 
Roach Michael, laborer Leon Trelon, res 1872 Atlantic 
Roach Michael J., fireman Oakland Fire Department, res 

812 Alice 
Roach Nellie, domestic Thomas J. O'Keeffe, Montgomery 

nr Booth 
Roach Patrick, groceries, NE cor Twenty-seventh and West 
Roach Patrick, real estate, res 1668 Atlantic 
Roach Peter, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1860 William 
Robart John, shipcarpenter, res 818 Chester 
Robb Bernard, printer Pacific Press, res cor Central avand 

Castro 
Robbins Charles F. (Blake, Robbins & Co., S. F.) res 1855 

Telegraph av 
Roberts & Hibbard (S. H. Roberts and C. W. Hibbard) 

dentists, 481 Seventh cor Washington 
ROBERTS AMOS, lumber and building material, SE cor 

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420 OAKLAND [ E ] DIRECTORY. 

Roberts Charles, res 1985 Webster 

Roberts Daniel S., stock broker, res 1470 Eighth 

Roberts Edward, engineer, res 1616 Magnolia 

Roberts Edward W., mining superintendent, res 766 Seven- 
teenth 

Roberts Elizabeth S. Miss (Allen & Roberts) res 628 Knox pi 

Roberts Eugene, gardener J. L. N. Shepard. W s San Pablo 
av nr Temescal Creek 

Roberts George, electrotjper Pacific Press, res cor Eleventh 
and Brush 

Roberts George, packer J. Lusk & Co. , res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton. Temescal 

Roberts Griffith M., fireman C. P. R. R., res 911 Peralta 

Roberts Henry, butcher, 466 Eleventh, res 1201 West 

Roberts John, joiner C. P. R. R. 

Roberts John, rigger C. P. R. R. 

Roberts John W., capitalist (S. F.) res 1391 Webster 

Roberts Joseph, res 967 Alice 

Roberts Lizzie Mrs., folder Pacific Press, res cor Brush and 
Eleventh 

Roberts Michael A., machinist Oakland Iron Works, res 
1616 Magnolia 

Roberts Stephen H. (Roberts & Hibbard) res S. F. 

Roberts Thomas, messenger American District Telegraph 
Co., res 1616 Magnolia 

Roberts William C, merchant tailor, 466 Eighth, res 378 
Washington 

Roberts William P., carpenter, res 1672 Thirteenth av 

Robertson Alexander, carpenter C P. R. R., res 1816 
Atlantic 

Robertson Daniel, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1814 Atlantic 

Robertson Frank H., foreman City Itemizer, res 1229 Web- 
ster 

Robertson John, foreman weaving department Oakland Bag 
Manufacturing Co., res 127 East 11th 

Robertson John A., mining (S. F.) res 1229 Webster 

Robertson Loring, carpenter, res 1359 Kirkham 

Robins Frederick T., clerk A. G. Lawrie, res 1668 Four- 
teenth 

Robins George, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res SW cor Thirty- 
eighth and Telegraph av, Temescal 

Robinson & Lawrence (Charles Robinson and John H. Law- 
rence) proprietors New York Livery Stable, SW cor 
Webster and Eighth 

Robinson Aaron, carpet beating machine, 519 Second, res 
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OAKLAND [ E. ] DIRECTORY. 421 

Robinson Andrew, laundryman Contra Costa Laundrv 
Robinson Charles (Eobinson & Lawrence) res 313 Seventh 
Robinson Charles D., artist (^S. F.) res 311 East 16th 
Robinson Charles M.. livery stable, cor Eighth and Web- 
ster, res 313 Seventh 
Robinson Chester L., salesman E. Hook, res 911 Grove 
Robinson C. K. (Euss it Robinson) res 1706 Seward 
Robinson Clayburn B., traveling salesman (^S. F.) res 815 

"Webster ^ 

Robinson Edward, di'iver Hook and Ladder No. 2, Oakland tJ 

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Fire Department, res S s East 1-lth bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth avs 
Robinson Edward C, deputy county clerk, res 911 Grove 
Robinson Edward M., mining (S. F.) res 1368 Webster 
Robinson Emma Miss, dressmaker, res Avenue House i o 

Robinson Henry, plasterer, res 94:5 Willow !*^ 

Robinson Howai'd, carpet layer, res 523 Second 
Robinson James, laborer C. P. R. R., res 1821 Atlantic 
Robinson Jennie Mrs., res 1155 Broadway 
Robinson Jesse, physician, res 911 Grove 
Robinson .John A., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 911 Linden 
Robinson Martha, domestic W. H. Eadon. 671 Thirty- 
fifth 
Robinson Marv S. P., widow, teacher Lafayette School, res I I 

962 Grove ^ ' i g 

Robinson Nathan, res 756 Sixth , ^ 

Robinson Peter, ship ballaster ( S. F. ) res 917 Peralta | t-« 

Robinson Sarah A. Mrs., res 1113 Franklin ] << 

Robison Ansel C. merchant ( S. F. ) res SW cor Sixth and j^ 

Oak ■ JB 

Rocca John, saloon, 71U Broadway ^ 

Roccovich Luca, fruits and vegetables, res 1759 Seventh 
Roccovich Mateo, cook B. J. Donahue, res 1770 Seventh ^ 
ROCHE FRANCIS E., physician and surgeon, office and j tf 

res 918 Center , co 

Rockwell WiUiam. laborer C. P. R. R. I ^ 

Roddin Joshua, blacksmith (S. F.) res 1158 Union g 

Rode Christian, lock and gunsmith, 869 Center ' i^ 

Roderick Frank, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry i v> 

Roderick John, steamboatman, res 678 Twenty-second j o 

Roderick Manuel, laundrvman Contra Costa Laundry, res ^ 

1465 Thirteenth 
Roderique Antone, gardener G. W. Cox, E s Claremont 

av bet Tvler and Russell, Claremont 
Rodgers Aua^ustus F., U. S. Coast Suiwey (^S. F.) res 404 

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Eodgers Charles A., contractor and plasterer, res Lake 

Shore av nr Peralta 
Kodgers Frank, deckhand stmr Capital, Oakland Ferry, res 

1170 Sixteenth av 
Eodgers John, peddler, res 518 Third 

Rodgers Oscar, carriage painter Walter Welsh, res Alameda 
Eodgers Eobert A., contractor, res Lake Shore av nr Pe- 
ralta 
Eodgers Thomas, with McClure Bros., res 1170 Sixteenth av 
Eodolph & Co. (F. B. and S. F. Eodolph) books, stationery, 

sheet music, etc., 957 Washington 
Eodolph Frank B. (Eodolph & Co.) res 522 Eighth 
Eodolph Samuel F. (Eodolph & Co.) and homoeopathic 

physician, res 966 Clay 
Eodricks Enos, laborer, res 923 East Fourteenth 
Eocirigues Alfred C, landscape painter, res 700 Chester 
Eodrigues Joseph C., restaurant, 679 East Central av 
Eoebke Frederick W\, cutter (S. F.) res San Pablo av nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Eoediger Frank A., candy manufacturer, 1724 Taylor 
Eoediger Frank W. candy maker F. A. Eoediger, res 1724 

Taylor 
Eoediger Herman G., candy maker F. A. Eoediger, res 1724 

Taylor 
Eoehnert Frederick, 1522 Third 

Eoesler Gustave A. , barber Stulz & Schnelle, res 1718 Sev- 
enth 
Eoess Charles, laborer, res 810 Lewis 
Eoeth George, paymaster J. Lusk & Co., res Shattuck av nr 

Temescal Creek, Temescal 
Eoff Harry L., agent Phoenix and Home Insurance Cos., 

1004 Broadway, res 509 Twenty-fourth 
Eoff John C, res 1069 Fourteenth av 
Eoff's Hotel, Edwin Eogers proprietor, N s Dal ton av nr 

Stockyards 
Eogel Mary, widow, res 362 Fourth 
Eogers Ada B. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1724 

Seward 
Eogers Albert, dairy, res Hays Valley 
Eogers Anna, widow, res 760 Fourth 

Eogers Anton, farmhand P. A. Finnigan, res Alderney Farm 
Eogers Cecil D., foreman Daily Times, res 1207 Franklin 
Eogers E. Mrs., ladies' nurse, res 367 Tenth 
Eogers Edmond K., engineer, res 739 Myrtle 
Eogers Edward A., clerk C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res 1023 

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OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 423 

Kogers Edwin, proprietor Roff's Hotel, N s Dalton av nr 

Stockyards 
Rogers E. P., engineer, res 469| Ninth 
Rogers Henry, agent Samuel Merritt (S. F.) res 1209 Jack- 
son 
Rogers James, contractor, res 1543 Curtis 
Rogers J. Harry, pilot (S. F.) res 1724 Seward 
Rogers John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Rogers John H., machinehand C. P. R. R., res SW cor 

Seventh and Pine 
Rogers Nathan, hides (S. F.) res 1012 Fourteenth 
Rogers Phillip, artesian well borer, res W s Lusk nr For- 
tieth, Temescal 
Rogers S. D., mining secretary (S. F.) res 469| Ninth 
Rogers Thomas, employee C. P. R. R-, res Star House 
Rogers William H., butcher Owen Lafferty, res 363 First 
Rogers William H., laborer C. P. R.R., res 1810 Taylor, rear 
Rogerson Mary, domestic Alexander Campbell, N s Orchard 

bet Telegraph av and Summit 
Rohdin Christina, widow, res 224 Ettie 
Rohdin William, clerk, res 224 Ettie 
Rohrbach John J., jeweler (S. F.) res 827 Campbell 
Rohrbacher Martin, carpet layer Chris. Schreiber, res 711 

Center 
Rohrer William B., hostler Nelson S. Moore, res 406 First 
Rohrs Fritz E., tanner, res 915 East 14th 
Rolin Henry, res 2253 Adeline 

Rollins Edwin R., railroadman C. P. R. R., res 1714 Eighth 
Rollins Frank, brakeman, res 564 East 11th 
Rollins Frank R., ship calker C. P. R. R., res 1754 Seward 
Rollins Herman C., carpenter, res 1713 Chase 
Rollins Lillian J. Miss, teacher music, res 1713 Chase 
Romano Csesar, cook Galindo Hotel 
Rommeck Julius, carpenter, res 1620 Myrtle 
Romo Romualdo, cashier Salinger Brothers, res 835 Thir- 
tieth 
Rook James, vaquero Hayes, Carrick & Co., res W s San 

Pablo av nr Alcatraz av 
Rooney John W., plumber and gasfitter, 960 Seventh, res 

1121 Third 
Rooney Owen, bartender, res 656 Jackson 
Rooney Patrick, laborer Fisher & Taylor, res 725 Myrtle 
Root Charles, clerk Whittier, Fuller "& Co., res Eighteenth 

bet Brush and West 
Root Maria S., widow, res 776 Eighteenth 
Rosa Dora, domestic Mrs. H. W. Mowe, 146 Lake 



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424 OAKLAND [ R ] DIRECTORY. 

Rosander Minnie, domestic George T. Hawley, Prospect nr 

Broadway 
Kosborougli Alexander, attorney-at-law, res 658 Fourteenth 
Eose Albert H. , capitalist, res 934 Myrtle 
Rose James, coachman John V. Webster, W s Fruit Vale av 

nr Hopkins 
Rose James W., expressman SE cor Broadway and Central 

av, res 812 Twenty- eighth 
Rose John, teamster H. M. Ames Jr., res Roff's Hotel 
Rose Joseph, farmer, res Peralta av nr School House Road 
Rose Joseph M. , barber, 835 Market 
Rose J. S., laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Rose Manuel, laborer C. P. R. R. 
Rose William J., painter, res 2053 Grove 
Roseberry James, commission merchant (S. F.) res 981 

Campbell 
Rosemond Rosella Miss, res 560 East Sixteenth 
Rosenberg Charles, clerk, res 1002 AVebster 
Rosenberg Jacob, clerk, res 1002 Webster 
ROSENBERG L., cigars and tobacco, 909 Broadway, res 

1002 Webster 
Rosenberg Michael, glazier, res 615 Fifth 
Rosenberg Morris, cigars and tobacco, SW cor Eighth and 

Broadway, res 1002 Webster 
Rosenberg Nathan, cigars and tobacco, SW cor Broadway 

and Eleventh, res 1113 Jefferson 
Rosendorn Max, confectioner McKenzie & Geddes, res 520 

Eighth 
Rosenheim Jacob, pedlar, res S s Derby nr Humboldt av, 

Temescal 
Rosenk Gustav, physician and surgeon, office and res 467 

Seventh 
Rosenstock Fred., res S s Weston av nr Telegraph av, rear 
Rosenthal Augusta Mrs. , varieties, 819 Broadway 
Rosenthal Joseph, manager Augusta Rosenthal, res 819 

Broadway 
Ross A. J., policeman, res 314 Sixth 

Ross Alexander, brakeman C P. R. R., res 1116 Broadway 
Ross Colin, res 1326 Chestnut 
Ross D. Wing, clerk (S. F.) res 1761 Seward 
Ross George E., res 827 Fourteenth 
Ross Isaac, res Fruit Vale 

Ross Jennie Mrs. , dining room, 1116 Broadway 
Ross Nicholas, fruit stand, SW cor Broadway and Eleventh, 

res 1010 Franklin 
Ross William, waiter Alexander Campbell, res 1756 Seventh 



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OAKLAND [ E. ] DIRECTORY. 425 

Kossini Charles, machinehand C. P. R. R., res Alameda 
Eostron George H., gasfitter Dalziel & Moller, res 369 Thir- 
teenth 
Rotermundt Hugo, paper ruler (S. r.)res 822 Filbert 
Rothchild J. M., attoruey-at-law (S. F.) res 1699 Telegraph av 
Rothchild M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res Hartman House 
Rothermau John, liquors (S. F.) res 1420 Ninth 
Roudebush Daniel, shipping merchant, res John nr Webster 
Rough A. J. Mrs., res 694 Twenty-seventh 
Roulstone Andrew J., mining, res 1260 Fifth av 
Roundey J. Lewis Jr., expressman, res 409 East Central av 
Roundey J. R. Mrs., widow, res 503 East 14th 
Rounds A. Mrs., widow, res 477 Prospect 
Rounds Benjamin F., carriage trimmer, res Seventh street 

House 
Rounds Samuel J., machine agent, res 720 Fourth 
Rourke James, driver Hayes, Carrick & Co., res W s San 

Pablo av S Peabody's Lane 
Rouse W. A. & Co. (Warren A. Rouse) commission mer- 
chants, NE cor Eleventh and Washington 
Rouse Warren A. (W A. Rouse & Co.) res 488 Twenty-fifth 
Rouse William H., commission merchant (S. F.) res 814 

Filbert 
Rousseau Marie A., widow, secondhand clothing, 463 Fourth 
Roussel Paul, hunter, res 310 Fourth 
Rowan John, groom, res Seminary Park station 
R3wan Mary, domestic Henry C. Taft, 1363 Harrison 
Rowan Thomas, blacksmith Oakland RR. Co., res Ns Forty- 
Third nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Rowe David H., gardener Orrin Gowell, res S s East 14th, 

Fruit Vale 
Rowe Felix, res 1871 William 
Rowe John M., stocks (S. F.) res 1871 William 
Rowe Julia A. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1157 Franklin 
Rowe Levi, carpenter, res 361 Tenth 
Rowe Richard, teamster Samm's Flouring Mills, res 529 

Second 
Rowe S. J., bookkeeper, res Orr House 
Rowell Joseph C, librarian University, res N s Forty-sixth 

nr Grove, Temescal 
ROWEIi WILLIAM K., notary public, 1008 Broadway, 

res 410 Thirteenth 
Rowell William T., clerk, res 410 Thirteenth 
Rowland Charles H., watchmaker, res 1424 Chestnut 
Rowland Edward, switchman C. P. R. R., res 1714 Eighth 
Rowland George L., engineer C. P. R. R., res 979 Center 



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426 OAKLAND [ E. ] DIRECTORY. 

Rowland William, longshoreman, res St. Louis House 
Rowland William, stonemason, res 1424 Chestnut 
Rowlands John ]$., engineer, res 1431 Third 
Rowlands Mary E. Miss, milliner, res 1431 Third 
Rowlands William T., shipcarpenter, res 1431 Third 
Rowley Clementine Miss, dressmaker Mrs. Sibyl Rowley, res 

1656 Telegraph av 
Rowley Sibyl, widow, dressmaker, res 1656 Telegraph av 
Rowley William, porter (S. F.) res 1656 Telegraph av 
Rowse Samuel, meat market, 312 B, res 310 B 
Roy George E.. bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1048 Peralta 
Royal, Norwich Union and Lancashire Insurance Co's (of 

England) Doe, Griffin & Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 
Royce Clark E., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 977 Seventh av 
Royce Josiah Jr., instructor English and Literature, Univer- 
sity, res 523 Thirty-sixth 
Royce Sarah E. Mrs., res 523 Thirty-sixth 
Roxburgh Alexander, tinsmith Owen C. Kirk, res 315 East 

Central av 
Rozanskie Ignasius, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Rozzirus John, stevedore (S. F.) res 759 Campbell 
Rubert Daniel H., grain, wood and coal, 1937 Filbert 
Rubert Frank D., laborer, res NW cor East 24th and 

Fourth av 
Rubin Alfred, waiter Pagge Brothers, res SE cor Seventh 

and Broadway 
Ruch Andrew S., carpenter, res SW cor Forty -fourth and 

Telegraph av, Temescal 
Ruck F. Mrs., proprietress Deming House, 476 Central av 
Ruddell James M., salesman Salinger Brothers, res 224 

Ninth 
Ruddick William S., shoemaker, 1421 San Pablo av 
Ruddy Annie, domestic Coll Deane, SE cor Twenty -second 

and Webster 
Rudolph August C, sailmaker (S. F.) res 1471 Fifth 
Rudolph Charles, coachman A.M. Magill, res 1326 Tenth av 
Rudolph Gustav R., restaurant and lodgings, 1785-1787 Sev- 
enth 
Rued John C, leather (S. F.) res 1160 Eighth 
Rugger Antone, laborer, res 1419 Third 
Ruggles William A., teamster Babbitt, Manuel & Gilpin, res 

1457 Broadway 
Ruiz T. A., laborer, res S s Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Rule Ferdinand K., secretary California Farmer's Insurance 

Co. (S. F.) res 1558 Eighth 



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OAKLAND [ J{, ] DIRECTORY. 427 

Kulofson William H., photographer (S. F.) res 1163 Brush 
Rumble Minnie Mrs., dressmaker, res 360 Ninth 
Kumble Richard H., soap manufacturer, res 360 Ninth 
Rumelioti Arthur, cook John Viscovich, res 823 Filbert 
Runge Gustav M., groceries and liquors, SE cor Tenth and 

Broadway, res 819 Filbert 
Runyon Fred. M., accountant C. P.R.R., res Winsor House 
Rupprecht Philip, clerk William Hummeltenberg, res 602 

Franklin 
Ruprich John A., saloon, NW cor Eighth av and East Cen- 
tral av 
Rushmore William, laborer, res Y56 Brush, rear 
Russ Frederick, capitalist, res E s Claremont av opp Tyler, 

Claremont 
Russ John, with Tribune Publishing Co., res 772 Eleventh 
Russau John J., butcher, rer 562 Charter 
Russau John M., res 562 Charter 

Russell George A., clerk N. E. Craft, res 1316 Central av 
Russell James F., painter, res 1721 Goss 
Russell James M., capitalist, res 1680 Webster 
Russell John, butcher with Bernard McDermott, res 563 

Twenty-second 
Russell J. S., carpenter C. P. R. R., res Centennial House 
Russell Robert, laborer, res 672 East 24th 
Russell Sarah Miss, res 692 Twenty-fourth 
Russell William H., res N s Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo av, 

Temescal 
RUTHERFORD CHARLES B., paints, oils, varnish, glass, 

etc., and house and sign p.. inter, 1016 Broadway, res 

1386 Webster 
Rutherford Charles F., clerk Charles B. Rutherford, res 

1386 Webster 
Rutherford James, patternmaker (S. F.) res 1110 Myrtle 
Rutherford John, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res 

Amador Hotel 
Rutherford Joseph, laborer Mountain View Cemetery, res 

S s Thirty-fourth nr Grove 
Rutherford Mary Miss, dressmaker, res S s Thirty-fourth nr 

Grove 
Ryan & Mellor (Peter F. Ryan and James F. Mellor) new 

and secondhand furniture, 466-468 Central av 
RYAN DANIEL, druggist and apothecary, 1170 Broadway 
Ryan Edward J. Mrs., res 528 Eighteenth 
Ryan George, res 866 Castro 

Ryan James, laborer, res Union nr Twenty-fourth 
Ryan John W., student University, res 528 Eighteenth 



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428 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Eyan Mark, laborer, res 1455 Adeline 

Eyan Martin, blacksmith, 867 Clay, res 555 Eighth 

Ryan Matthew E., secretary California Building Co., office 

SW cor Grove and Second, res 517 Ninth 
Byan Michael J., wines and liquors, 468 Seventh, res 520 

Sixth 
Ryan Minnie, domestic 519 Eighth 

Ryan Patrick F., carpenter, res SW cor Third and Henry 
Ryan Peter F. (Ryan & Mellor) res SW cor Clay and Cen- 
tral av 
Ryan Richard, horseshoer Martin Ryan, res 409 Seventh 
Ryan Thomas, carriage painter, cor Sixteenth and Telegraph 

av, res 1008 Franklin 
Ryan William, laborer, res 708 Filbert 
Ryan William, teamster, res 808 Castro 
RYDER ANDREW, County Clerk and Auditor, office Court 

House, room 1, res 1015 Peralta 
Ryer Washington M. Dr., res SE cor Jackson and Lake 
Ryers Frank, farmer, res E s Telegraph av, nr Alcatraz av 
Rynders D. Mrs., res Clarendon House 
Rynders James P., civil engineer, res Claredon House 
Ryno Ann, widow, laundress, res 407 Fourth 
Ryttenberg Isaac D. (Leon Hershberg & Co.) res 1020 Jef- 
ferson 



Saal Louis, waiter Nicholas Williams, res 358 Seventh 
Saar Louis, salesman (S. F.) res E s First av bet Avon and 

Birch 
Sack Willam M., carpenter, res 957 Webster 
Sackett D. P., A.M., principal Sackett School, 529 Hobart 
Sackrider A. stock importer, res 325 Eleventh 
Sacrider Prudence Mrs. res 1977 Webster 
Sadler Caleb (Sadler & Co., S. F.) res 1505 Tenth av 
Sadler Charles M., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1505 Tenth av 
Sadler Frank E., salesman (S. F.) res 1505 Tenth av 
Sage Lizzie, domestic 1144 Myrtle 
Sagehorn William T., flour, hay and grain, 473 Sixth, res 

SW cor Sixth and Jeflerson 
Sailer Josephine P. Miss, res 1207 Broadway 
Sales Joseph, extraman Engine Co. No. 4, Oakland Fire De-, 
partment, res S s East 14th bet Twelfth and Thir- 
teenth avs 
Salinger Albert M. (Salinger Brothers) res 1105 Broadway 



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OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 429 

Salinger Brothers (Morris & Albert M.) importers and deal- 
ers dry and fancy goods, 1105 Broadway 
Salinger Morris (Salinger Brothers) res 1105 Broadway 
Salisbury John, engineer (S. F.) res 955 Fifth 
Salisbury Koscoe R., elevatorman (S. F.) res 955 Fifth 
Salmon J. M., butcher, SE cor Telegraph av and Edwards 
Salomon Jacob, cigars (S. F.) res 1164 Eighth 
Salomon Marx, tailor, res 808 Harrison 

Salsig A. B., butcher Grayson, Harrell & Co., res S s Eliza- 
beth nr San Pablo av, Temescal 
Salter Nancy A., widow, res 118 Eleventh 
Saltzer Henrietta A., widow, res 608 Ninth 
Saltzer Louis, student, res 608 Ninth 
Sam Lung (Chinese) laundry, N s Twenty-first bet Telegraph 

av and Broadway 
SAMM & PARSONS (Jacob Samm and Thomas J. Par- 
sons) proprietors Samm's Flouring Mills, NW cor First 
and Clay 
Samm Jacob (Samm & Parsons) res 1454 Eighth 
SAMM'S FLOURING MILLS, Samm & Parsons proprie- 
tors, NW cor First and Clay 
Samoiset John, laborer, res 552 Broadway 
Samouillet Andre, silk weaver (S. F.) res S s Chase bet Pine 

and Wood 
Sample James T., expressman, SW cor Broadway and Cen- 
tral av, res 1472 Thirteenth av 
Sampson Benjamin, boxmaker (S. F.) res 1007 Campbell 
Sampson Charles, engineer, res 1162 Twenty-fourth 
Samson Albert L., pressman (S. F.) res 607 Sixth 
Samson Edward, waiter Nicholas Williams, res 607 Sixth 
Samson Leon, res 607 Sixth 

Samson Martin, butcher, 1301 Peralta, res 1021 Kirkham 
Samuels Barnett, second-hand clothing, etc., 821 Broadway 
Samuels George, salesman M. H. Coffee, res 821 Broad- 
way 
Samuels Jacob, painter, res N sEast 24th nr Nineteenth av 
Samuels Michael A. (Williams & Samuels) res 821 Broad- 
way 
Samuels Samuel, watchmaker and jeweler, 867 Broadway, 

res 862 Alice 
SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY ASSOCIATION, 862 Broad- 
way, San Francisco office 83 Geary 
San Francisco Market, P. J. Gerhardy proprietor, 829 Broad- 
way 
Sanborn Henry M., bookkeeper J. Hutchison, res 475 Twen- 
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430 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Sanborn John, capitalist, res 1751 Ninth av 

Sanborn Theodore C, stockbroker (S. F.) res 352 East 14th 

Sand Anton, laborer, res 256 B 

Sandelin Fred (Martin & Sandelin) res NW cor Seventh and 

* Willow 
Sanders Albert, cook Hansa Hotel 

Sanders Henry F. (Henry F. Sanders & Go.) res 1151 Sev- 
enth 
Sanders Henry F. & Co. (Henry F. Sanders and John Beyn- 

ders) groceries and liquors, 1151 Seventh 
Sanders James H., carpet layer E. Hook, res 1931 Market 
Sanderson A. A., attorney-at-law, res 1012 Jefferson 
Sanderson Ann Miss, res 661 Sycamore 
Sanderson S. A. Mrs., dressmaker, res 476 Central av 
Sanderson William N., barber (S. F.) res 1013 Fifth 
Sandford Arthur C, clerk Sandford Brothers, res 1804 Tele- 
graph av 
Sandford Brothers (Frank S. and Henry T.) gi'oceries, NE 

cor Telegraph av and Twenty-sixth 
Sandford Franks. (Sandford Brothers) res 1804 Telegraph av 
Sandford George M., clerk, res 1804 Telegraph av 
Sandford Henry T. (Sandford Brothers) res 527 Thirty-sixth 
Sandford Mary E., widow, res 1804 Telegraph av 
Sandholdt William, gardener Samuel J. Gower, res N sEast 

27th nr Fruit Vale av. Fruit Vale 
Sandison John A., barkeeper stmr Oakland, res 961 Fifth 
Sandkuhle Diederich, packer (S. F.) res 970 Cypress 
Sands Andrew, carpenter, res 1359 Feralta 
Sands George H., extraman Empire Hose Co. No. 1, Oak- 
land Fire Department, res 470 Sixth 
Sanford Edmond C, clerk E. P. Sanford, res NW cor Clay 

and Thirteenth 
SANFORD E. P., drugs and medicines, 971 Broadway 
Sanford E. P. Mrs., widow, res NW cor Clay and Thirteenth 
Sanford O. M., tinsmith James Dalziel, res 764 Lydia 
Sanford William S., carpenter, res 1005 Webster 
Sanner Frank A., bartender John Schneider, res SE cor 

Sixteenth and East Central avs 
Santun John, brakeman C. P. R. R., res 564 East 11th 
Santif Theresa, domestic William J. Gunn, 1375 Madison 
Santos John A., barber Joseph M. Rose, res 707 Campbell 
Sargent James H., operator Bay and Coast Telegraph Co., 

res 1156 Broadway 
Sargent J. L., farmer, res 1008 Ninth av 
Sargent Lizzie P. Miss, teacher Swett School, res 1008 
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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 431 

Sartori Augustine P., steward (S. F.) res 1714 Seward 
Sather Peder, banker (S. F.) res 664 Central av 
Saueressig G. P. Mrs., furnished rooms, 514 Fifteenth 
Saufley Jackson M., student, res 1714 Division 
Sauflej Robert C, salesman (S. F.) res 1714 Division 
Saufley William B., attorney-at-law (S. F.)res 1714 Division 
Saul James, tinner Owen C. Kirk, res 668 East 18th 
Saul Peter, hostler Asa W. Swett, res 668 East 18th 
Saulpaugh James E., engineer C. P. R. R., res 1815 Seward 
Saunders John, painter, res NE cor Maple and Birch, lem- 

escal 
Sauvain August, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 921 Kirkham 
Savage William C, salesman (S. F.) res 630 Ninth 
Savage William R. , res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 
Savoy Ann, widow, res 963 Franklin 

Sawyer Frank E., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1770 Division 
Sawyer Leander, livery stable (S. F.) res 1008 Tenth av 
Sawyer Otis F., res 857 Harrison 
Sawyer Robert, res 876 Wood 

Sawyer Sherwood N., carpenter, res 1053 Thirteenth av 
Saxton Warren W., shipcarpenter, res 739 Lewis 
Sayer Alfred S., boot and harnessmaker, E s Telegraph av 

nr Birch, Temescal 
Sayre A. L., capitalist, res Tubbs Hotel 
Sayre John H., mining secretary (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel 
SBARBORO ANDREA, groceries (S. F.) and secretary West 

Oakland Mutual Loan Association, res 1704 Seward 
Scanlan Dominick, clerk Louis F. Reichert, res 693 Twenty- 
seventh 
Scanlan Michael, butcher, res Roff's Hotel 
Scanlan M. J. Mrs., widow, res 693 Twenty-seventh 
Scanlon Ann, widow, res 753 Market 
Scannell John, yardmaster C. P. R. R., res 247 Hollis 
Scannell John Jr., butcher, res 247 Hollis 
Schade Mary, widow, res 810 Market 

SCHAEFER & WELTI (John M. Schaefer and Edward 
Welti) proprietors Philadelphia Restaurant, 1022 Broad- 
way 
Schaefer John, carpenter, res 682 Twentieth 
Schaefer John M. (Schaefer & Welti) res 1116 Broadway 
Schafer Albert B., merchant, res 1537 Brush 
Schafer Frederick, artist (S. F.) res 651 Myrtle 
Schafer Louis, res N s Alcatraz av nr San Pablo av, Temescal 
Schafer Peter, carpenter, res S s Cleveland av nr Telegraph 

av, Temescal 
Schaffer Catherine, widow, res 1470 Third 



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432 OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 

Schaifer John, messenger American District Telegraph Co. 

res 1470 Third 
SCHAFFER LOUIS, proprietor Washington Market, 828 

Broadway 
Schaffer Louis P. , butcher Louis Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 
Schaller Theodore P., agent Evening Post, office 861 Broad- 
way, res 1470 Thirteenth av 
Scharman Morris, cigars and tobacco, 1067 Broadway, res 

572 Fifteenth 
Schaub Theodore, barkeeper Harry F. Irwin, res 465 Twen- 
tieth 
Scheidecker J. Mrs., res 926 Filbert 
Scheiding Traugott H., wines and liquors, 1818 Seventh 
Scheller Henry, engraver, res W s Shattuck av nr Merced 

av, Temescal 
Schellhaas Henry, auctioneer, furniture and bedding, 400- 

412 Eleventh, res 1053 Webster 
Schellhaas Nicholas, druggist F. H. Meyer, res 1053 Webster 
Schenck A. W-, capitalist, res Clarendon House 
Schenck Jacob, teamster Castle Dome Mining and Smelting 

Co., res Melrose 
Schenk Carl, newspaper agent, res 1677 Central av 
Schenk Christian, silversmith (S. F.) res 128 Hollis 
Scherer Alfred, butcher, res 462 Twenty-first 
Scherrer John, boots and shoes, 1698 Seventh 
SCHETZEL AUGUST, proprietor Germania Garden, 572 

Seventh 
Schieflfer Christian H., leather (S. F.) res 1018 Chestnut 
Schiller Charles F., carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res 714 

Third 
Schilling Theodore, newspaper carrier, 855 Broadway, res 

840 Webster 
Schimmelpfennig Frederick, dry goods, 772 East Central av 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, 764 East Central av 
Schindler Henry, bakery, NE cor Telegraph av and Twenty- 
fourth 
Schiveley Albert R., clerk (S. F.) res 1369 Tenth 
Schlosinger Adolph C, wool merchant (S. F.) res 752 Six- 
teenth 
Schley Brothers (Charles and Philip Schley) bakery, 770 

East Central av 
Schley Charles (Schley Brothers) res 770 East Central av 
Schley Philip (Schley Brothers) res 770 East Central av 
Schlitz John, fruit, res 269 Fifth 

Schlotzhauer Frank T., clerk D. Tisch, res NE cor Eighth 
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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 433 

Schlotzhaiier George, student Oakland Business College, res 

NE cor Eighth and Washington 
Schlotzhauer Paul, Avines and liquors, NE cor Eighth and 

Washington 
Schlunecker Christ, farmer, res W s College av nr Tyler, 

Claremont 
Schmeichel William, chief cook Tubbs Hotel 
Schmidt & Eieberling (John Schmidt and Peter Fieberling) 

saloon, 842 Broadway 
Schmidt Albert, clerk A. B. Webster, res 753 East 14th 
Schmidt C, wholesale butcher, res E s San Pablo av nr 

Alcatraz av, Temescal 
Schmidt Christian P. L., saloon, 558 Franklin 
Schmidt Christina, domestic August Liliencrantz 
Schmidt George M., porter (S. F.) res 1207 Eleventh av 
Schmidt G. L., dentist, 1113 Broadway, rooms 20-21, res 

Erie House 
Schmidt Gustave, salesman Ghirardelli & Petar, res 1005 

Webster 
Schmidt Henry, tobacconist (S. F.) res 835 Cedar 
Schmidt John (Schmidt & Fieberling) res 555 Sixth 
Schmidt Peter, waiter Burns & Jensen, res Overland House 
Schmidt Theodore A., lithographer (S. F.) res 1118 Third 
Schmidt William, bookkeeper Kramm & Dieves, res NE cor 

Telegraph av and Durant 
Schmidt William, wines and liquors, 403 East Central av 
Schmitt Charles (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) res Sacra- 
mento 
SCHMITT JOHN, wines and liquors, 466 Seventh 
Schneider Frederick A., doormaker Pioneer Planing Mills, 

res 612 Second 
Schneider John, carpenter, res 1318| Seventh av, rear 
Schneider John, wines and liquors, SE cor Sixteenth and 

East Central avs 
Schneider Louis, wines and liquors, 951 Sixth av 
Schneider Richard, professor music, res 489 Orchard 
Schneily Joseph, machinist (S. F.) res 1408 Central av 
Schneily Leon, machinist (S. F.) res 1408 Central av 
Schnelle Herman (Stulz & Schnelle) res N s William bet Pine 

and Cedar 
Schnoor Katrina, widow, groceries, NW cor Thirteenth av 

and East 18th 
Schnutenhaus E., liquor dealer (S. F.) res 1717 Seward 
Schober Frederick, machinist (S. F.) res 666 Sixth 
Schoen Paul, pianotuner, res 531 Thirty-sixth 
Schofield Charles, grainer (S. F.) res 631 Filbert 



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434 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Schofield Joseph, barber (S. F.) res 631 Filbert 
SCHOLL CHRISTIAN F., gun and locksmith, guns, fish- 
ing-tackle, etc., 515 Seventh, res 1507 Ninth 
Scholl Susan Mrs., res 1421 Ninth 
Scholtens William, laborer, res 826 East Central av 
Schoouover Thomas, carpenter, res 950 Campbell 
Schou Andrew H., carpenter, res 678 Twenty -fourth 
Schrader Adolph, fresco painter, res 581 Charter 
Schramm August M., clerk A. G. Lawrie, res 1006 Third 
Schramm John, watchman C. P. R. E. 
Schramm Mathieu, artist and photographer, 842 Market, res 

916 Fifth 
Schramm Matthew, tailor, res 670 East 16th 
Schreiber Christian, confectioner (S. F.) res 1055 Willow 
SCHREIBER CHRISTIAN, furniture and carpets, 1107 

Broadway, res 1132 Linden 
Schreiber Clara Miss, dressmaker, res 793 Wood 
Schreiber Jacob, mining, res 1 Pearson's Kow 
Schreiber Jacob Jr., bookkeeper Christian Schreiber, res 

1766 William 
Schroder Edward F., bankteller (S. F.) res 1164 Alice 
Schroeder August, wood carver Pioneer Planing Mill, res 

316 Sixth 
Schroeder Frederick, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res 1107 

Twenty-second av 
Schroeder Henry, tanner Brooklyn Tannery, res NE cor 

Twenty-first and East Central avs 
Schroeder Paul, bookkeeper Samm's Flouring Mills, res 720 

Castro 
Schubart Paul, barber, res 651 Jefferson 
Schuler August, carriagetrimmer (S. F.) res 669 Seventh 
Schuler Ernst, stoves and tinware, 1720 Seventh 
Schuler Jacob, groceries and liquors, 842 Webster 
Schuller Andrew, real estate, res 2232 Telegraph av 
Schultheis Peter, hostler Oakland B. E. , res W s Telegraph 

av nr Forty-fourth 
Schultz & Kock (William Schultz and Peter Kock) groceries 
and liquors, NW cor Forty-fifth and Telegraph av, Tem- 
escal 
Schultz Maximilian, barber, res 366 Ninth 
Schultz William (Schultz & Kock) res S. F. 
Schulz Frederick, liquor saloon (S. F.) res 922 Third 
Schulz George, shoemaker H. Hauschildt, res 855 Webster 
Schulze Arnold, machinist C. P. E. E., res 1668 Central av 
Schulze Henry A., draftsman, res SW cor Jefferson and Six- 
teenth 



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OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 435 

Scliulze Irene, widow, dressmaker, res 825 Market 
Schumacher Henry, student (S. F.) res 242 Ettie 
Schumer August C., dentist, res 1056 Eighth 
Schunck Henry, artificial stone worker (S. F.) res 677 East 

Central av 
Schunhoff Bernhardt F., druggist, 462 Seventh, res N s 

William nr San Pablo av 
Schunhoff Julius, tinsmith (S. F._) res 1522 Seventh 
Schupbach Jacob, res 710 Franklin 
Schutt Alonzo, butcher John H. Davis, res S s Elizabeth nr 

San Pablo av 
Schutt August M. (Wiemeyer, Schutt & Schmitt) res 767 

Webster 
Schutz Julius, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 865 Chester 
Schwab Charles N. (Schwab, Heidet & Co.) res 1069 Cen- 
tral av 
Schwab Frank E., salesman Schwab, Heidet & Co., res 907 

Webster 
Schwab, Heidet & Co. (C. N. Schwab, E. N. Heidet and F. 

W. Miller) ladies' fancy goods, 1159 Broadway 
Schwab Nicholas, billiardmaker, 907 Webster 
Schwagermann Frederick F., groceries, 963 Franklin 
Schwartz Ernest, janitor Germania Halle, res 836 Webster 
Schwartz Fedinand, paperhanger McGovern & Cahill, res 

1536 Curtis 
Schwartz Michael, carpenter, res 725 Center 
Schweichler Theodore, painter Patrick Sheehan, resNs Erie 

nr Telegraph av, Temescal 
Schwerdt Margaret, widow, res 1102 Myrtle 
Schwiers J. F., salesman Tillmann & Bendel, res Alameda 
Schwitter John H. , cabinetmaker E. Hook, res 959 Webster 
Scoby Joel G., furniture (S. F.) res 1372 Tenth 
Scofield Richard B., porter, res 722 Filbert 
Scollard Morris, farmer, res E s Redwood Road, nr Quigley 

Tract 
Scotchler J. B. Mrs., res 1081 Central av 
Scotchler John J., commission merchant (S- F.) res 1014 

Linden 
Scotchler Joseph L., res 1081 Central av 
Scott Alfred, miner, res 2217 Grove 

Scott Alfred J., clerk C. H. Scott, res 811 Twenty-eighth 
Scott Alexander, clerk Gustave L. Mix, res Washington bet 

Larue and Broadway 
Scott Alexander F., res 1055 Ninth av 
Scott Charles H., fruit and vegetables, 834 Broadway, res 

811 Twenty-eighth 



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436 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Scott D. I. Mrs., res 1167 Seventh 
Scott Elliott, helper, res 821 Twenty-second 
Scott Elliott E., carpenter, res 564 Seventh, rear 
Scott George, plumber, res 709 Twentieth 
Scott George R., carpenter and builder, res 1627 Grove 
Scott George W. (Fish & Co.) res 824 Myrtle 
Scott Guy W., clerk (S. F.) res 873 Filbert 
Scott Isaac, student, res 873 Filbert 

Scott James S., clerk George W. McKeand, res 1116 Broad- 
way . 
Scott James W., clerk San Francisco Gas Light Co., res 873 

Filbert 
Scott John, res 1226 Fourteenth 
Scott John, res 913 Poplar 
Scott John, laborer, res 670 Broadway 
Scott John Mrs., midwife, res 512 Eighth 
Scott John A., salesman (S. F.) res 1226 Fourteenth 
Scott M. E. Mrs., res N s Temescal nr Telegraph av, Tem- 

escal 
Scott Michael J., carpenter, res 759 Grove 
Scott Orchard G., land agent C. P. R. R., res 873 Filbert 
Scott Richard E ., res 821 Twenty-second 
Scott Sarah P. Mrs., res 1424 Central av 
Scott Shailer M., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1465 

Ninth 
Scott William, engineer C. P. R. R., res 1718 Eighth 
Scott William P., res 873 Filbert 
Scott William P. Mrs., widow, res 873 Filbert 
Scoville Angie C, Mrs., furnished rooms, 569 Eighth 
Scoville Avery, bookkeeper Oakland Iron Works, res 1818 

Atlantic 
Scoville Cheney A., carpenter, res 569 Eighth 
SCOVIIiLE rVES, proprietor Oakland Iron Works, 511- 

513 Second, res 1818 Atlantic 
Scranton Edwin, canvasser, res NE cor Elizabeth and San 

Pablo av, Temescal 
Scrantom Theodore E., toys, stationery, etc., 861 Broadway, 

res 815 Webster 
Scribner George W., butcher, 1239 Broadway, res 555 

Charter 
Scrivener William M., publishers agent, office and res Tubbs 

Hotel 
Sculley Patrick, real estate, res 808 Grove 
Scupham John R., assistant engineer C. P. R. R. (S. F.) 

res 1217 Harrison 
Seabury Forrest S., scenic artist (S. F.) res 418 Central av 



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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 437 

Seadler James (Babson & Seadler) res SE cor Tenth and 
Center 

Seaman Alice, domestic Kohler-Chase House 

Seaman George B. (Doe, Griffin & Seaman) res 312 Four- 
teenth 

Seaman Kate Miss, clerk Mrs. Ida A. Davis, 1063 Broad- 
way 

Seamons William H. Mrs., res 1165 Washington 

Searing Frank, clerk, res 531 Ninth 

Searing William C, res 531 Ninth 

Sears Carrie F. Miss, teacher painting and drawing Mills' 
Seminary 

Sears Dean S., sailmaker (S. F.) res 983 Center 

Sears E. H., instructor Latin and Greek, University, res NW 
cor Central av and Castro 

Sears Herman B., secretary Oakland Benevolent Associa- 
tion, 516^Fifteenth, res 913 Grove 

Sears Herman B. Jr., salesman W. & M. Everson, res 913 
Grove 

Sears Maria Mrs., res 471 Tenth 

Sears William, laborer, res 620 Adeline 

Seary Helen, widow, res 230 Ettie 

Seaton George M., res 560 East Twenty-second 

Seaton Horace H., mining, res 1533 San Pablo av 

Seaton James, painter, res 670 Broadway 

Seaton M. & M. Co. (Esmeralda Co., Nevada) W. G. Hen- 
shaw secretary, 460 Eighth 

Seaton Mary S. Mrs., res 560 East 22nd 

Seattle Coal and Transportation Co., Charles A. Sessions 
agent, cor First and Franklin 

Sebring Austin, painter, res 1613 Myrtle 

Second Congregational Church, Eev. J. T, Wills pastor, 
N s Chase bet Wood and Willow 

Second Presbyterian Church, Eev. James Cameron pastor, 
Kohler's Block, 1502-1514 Seventh 

Sedenger Joseph H., blacksmith (S. F.) res 722 Fourth 

Sedgley Abner, contractor, res 1009 Cypress 

Sedgwick Benjamin, machinist C. P. E. E., res 918 Pine 

Sedgwick C. B., carpenter C. P. E. E., res West Oakland 
House 

Sedgwick George, carpenter C. P. E. E., res West Oakland 
House 

See Lulu Miss, teacher, res 1407 Broadway 

See Mandeville M., carpenter and builder, res 1407 Broad- 
way 

Seeglitz August, barber, 867 Broadway, res 829 Grove 



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Seeglitz Otto student Oakland Business College 

Seibt Gustav (Hurley & Seibt) res 625 Chestnut 

Seifert George, upholsterer (S. F.) res 250 Ellen 

Seigneur Angel, laborer, res 214 Second 

Seller Sophia, widow, res 265 Ninth 

Seitz Jacob, blacksmith and wagon maker, 1008 Franklin, 

res 945 Walton 
Self ridge Grant L., student, res 760 Fourteenth 
SEIiFRIDGE JAMES M., surgeon and homoeopathist, 

1068 Broadway, rooms 6-8, res 760 Fourteenth 
Sellon Bobert, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
SEIiNA & BECHT (Leopold Selna and Joseph Becht) pro- 
prietors Becht's Saloon, SE cor Eleventh and Broadway 
Selna Angelo (Camilloni & Co. and Camilloni, Selna & La- 

goria) res 1459 Eighth 
Selna Leopold (Selna & Becht) res 363 Tenth 
Sennert Peter, carpenter, res AVinter's Hotel 
Senram Frederick, boots and shoes, 963 Broadway, res 317 

Eleventh 
Serda Lawrence Rev., pastor Church of the Sacred Heart of 

Jesus, res N s Fortieth nr Grove, Temescal 
Seris John M. , manufacturer spring beds and mattresses, 

1310 San Pablo av 
Serper Frank J., cabinetmaker, res 250 Hollis 
Serveloh Theodore, hostler Contra Costa Laundry 
Sesser Belle P., widow, dressmaker, res 814 Brush 
Sessions Charles A., agent Seatle Coal and Transportation 

Co., office cor First and Franklin, res 570 East 16th 
SESSIONS E. C, capitalist, 422 Central av, and president 

Oakland Bank of Savings, nr cor Broadway and Central 

av, res 903 Market 
Sessions John W., notary public, 422 Central av, res 709 

Tenth 
Sessions Josiah, farmer, res 1428 Seventh av 
Sessions Kate 0., student University, res 1428 Seventh av 
Sestern Eobert, oysterman , res 420 First 
Sen Shing (Chinese) laundry, 472 Sixth 
SEVENTH STREET HOUSE, J. H. Comer proprietor, 

1804 Seventh 
Sewall H. V. Mrs., adjuster Mint (S. F.) res 1316 Grove 
Sewell David, carpenter J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 

mont av and Clifton, Temescal 
Sewell Thomas, bronzer Dalziel & Moller, res S. F. 
Sexton Ann Mrs., widow, res S s Minna nr Telegraph av, 

Temescal 
Sexton Chas., dairy, resSs Minna nr Telegraph a v, Temescal 



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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 439 

Sexton Patrick, plasterer, res 1219 Magnolia 
Sexton Warden, driver O. K. R. Co., res S s Minna nr Tele- 
graph av, Temescal 
Seymour Charles B., conductor C. P. E. E., res 1662 Taylor 
Seyre Eose, domestic William C. B. De Fremery, Prospect 

nr Broadway 
Shakespear Catherine E. Mrs., res 1020 Linden 
Shall Peter, joiner C. P. E. E., res 768 Pine 
Shang Co. (Chinese) laundry, 968 East 14th 
SHANKLAND JAMES H.,' attorney San Francisco Board 

of Trade, res 1240 Adeline 
Shanley James, laborer, res 813 Castro 

Shanley William J., washer El Dorado Stable, res 233 Harlan 
Shannon Delia, domestic 404 Central av 
Shannon Dennis, laborer C P. E. E., res 135 Hollis 
Shannon William, res 528 Knox pi 
Shapero Aaron Eev., rabbi, res 1560 Telegraph av 
Sharary Michael, groom, res Seminary Park Station 
Share Alfred J., reporter Daily Times, res Galindo Hotel 
Sharkey Patrick, lumberman, res S s Linden nr Cherry, Tem- 
escal 
Sharp Adah Miss, res 574 Twenty -fourth 
Sharp Charles, carpenter, res 570 Sixth 
Sharp George, bricklayer, res 713 Brush 
Sharp Kate, widow, boarding, 1001 Franklin 
Sharp Mathilde, widow, nurse George Lutkey, res 1255 Alice 
Sharpe John, capitalist, res 215 Central av 
ShattuckF. K., capitalist, 407 Ninth, res Berkeley 
Shattuck William C, laborer C. P. E. E., res 1420 Central av 
Shaw^ A. D., res N s Harmon nr Lowell, Temescal 
Shaw Charles E., second-hand furniture, 868 Willow 
Shaw Edward, laborer, res cor First and Webster 
Shaw George, clerk Eichard Hortou, res 769^ Seventh 
Shaw James P., detective Harry N. Morse (S. F.) res 770 

Sixth 
Shaw John, groceries, 951 Fifth 
Shaw Mary E., widow, res 522 Seventeenth 
Shaw Mattie J. Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, res 

nr Alcatraz av Station, Berkeley 
Shaw Thomas, miner, res SE cor First av and Maple 
Shaw William W., solicitor (S. F.) res 1605 Nineteenth av 
Shay James, laborer, res 1023 Third 
Shay John, carpenter, res 1428 Sixteenth 
Shay Thomas, laborer Castle Dome Mining and Smelting Co. , 

res Melrose 
Shea Daniel, telegraph line repairer (S. F.) res 1368 Brush 



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440 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Shea James, laborer, res 659 Myrtle 

Shea Thomas, laborer C. P. K. R., res 652 Magnolia 

Shearer Albert N., mining, res 461 Merrimac 

Shearer George B., printer, res 803 Castro 

Shearer George B. Mrs., dressmaker, res 803 Castro 

Shearer Lewis, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 461 Merrimac 

Shearer Sextus, Justice of the Peace and attorney-at-law, 
476 Eighth, res 1124 Filbert 

Sheehan James L., laborer George A. Blank, res 812 Fil- 
bert 

Sheehan John A., clerk (S. F.) res 812 Filbert 

Sheehan John B,, painter, res 1675 Taylor 

Sheehan John H., laborer Street Department, res 428 East 
14th 

Sheehan Michael, teamster F. Barnard & Co., res SE cor 
Fourth and J efferson 

Sheehan Nellie, domestic 568 East 14th 

Sheehan Patrick P., painter, 461^ Tenth, ros 952 Grove 

Sheehan Timothy, res 812 Filbert 

Sheehan Timothy, porter (S.F.) res 1451 Seventh 

Sheehan T. J., painter, 7()9 Seventh 

Sheehan — , stockbroker (S. F.) res Centennial House 

Sheek Matilda Mrs., res 1622 Eleventh av 

Sheffield Charles C, student, res 128 Tenth 

Sheffield Charles P., saw manufacturer (S. F.) res 128 
Tenth 

Sheldon Josephine Mrs., res 1761 Seward 

Sheldon Kate Mrs., res Centennial House 

Shell Mound Park, Ludwig Siebe proprietor. Shell Mound 
Station, Northern R. R. 

Shelly Ella Mrs., dressmaker, res 508 Seventh 

Shelton Emma Mrs., res S s Somer nr Adeline, Temescal 

Shepard J. L. N. (Judson & Shepard, Berkeley) res W s 
San Pablo av nr Temescal Creek 

Shepheard Frank Miss, res 676 Sycamore 

Shepheard Kate Miss, teacher (S. F.) res 676 Sycamore 

Shepheard Philip S., clerk (S. F.) res 676 Sycamore 

Shepheard Rachel, widow, res 676 Sycamore 

Shepherd C. W., salesman L. Feldmann & Co., res 865 
Chester 

Shepherd John E., agent Oregon State Board Immigration 
(S. F.) res 1123 Peralta 

Shepley Robert, res 761 Fourteenth 

Shepman William E., silver plater (S. F.) res 1662 Cen- 
tral av 

Shepman William J., clerk (S. F.) res 1662 Central av 



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OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 441 

Sheppard Jacob, butcher John Stewart, res Butchertown 
Sheppard Mary, nurse Eev. E. Janes, 470 Edwards 
Sherburne Charles F., car repairer C. P. K. K., res 1009 

Campbell 
Sherburne John, car repairer C P.K.K., res 1009 Campbell 
Sherburne Nathaniel, master mariner, res 1667 Eleventh av 
Sheridan Margaret, widow, res 690 Twenty-sixth 
Sheridan Mary, widow, res 690^wenty-sixth 
Sheridan Phil, carpenter, res S s Harmon nr Lowell, Tem- 

escal 
SHERIFF COUNTY, Jeremiah Tyrrel, office Court House, 

first floor 
Sherlock Charles B., proprietor White Star Laundry, 1308 

Seventh 
Sherman C. A., clerk U- S. Sub-Treasury (S.F.) res 6 Pear- 
son's Row 
Sherman David S., assayer U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 628 Six- 
teenth 
Sherman George E., physician, office and res 566 Tenth 
Sherman Philip D., housemover, res 1531 West 
Sherman Samuel, tailor S. Francis, res Alameda 
Sherman William, assistant U. S. Treasurer (S. F.) res 620 

Fourteenth 
Sherman William Jr., student, res 620 Fourteenth 
Shermer J. Mrs., widow, res 805 Harrison 
Sherow E. M. Mrs., res 860 Henry 
Sherow George W., clerk (S. F.) res 860 Henry 
Sherrott EdAvard, boots and shoes, 1514| Seventh 
Sherrott Samuel H., clerk (S. F.) res 476 Central av 
Sherry James, real estate, res Roflf's Hotel, Butchertown 
Sherry Michael L., carpenter, res 159 Seventh 
Sherry Peter, gardener St. Joseph's Academy, res 159 Fifth 
Shew^Laura F. Miss, adjuster Mint (S. F.) res 620 Four- 
teenth 
Shields Ida Mrs., res 410 Third 
Shields John, laborer, res 609 Harrison 
Shingleberger F. W. (Yates & Co.) res S. F. 
Shoemaker Charles W., res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 27th 
Shoemaker Nicholas, farmer, res W s Fruit Vale av nr East 

27th 
Sholes Julia C, widow, res 320 Fourteenth 
Shorey Albert, detective police department, City Hall, res 

572 Seventeenth 
Shorkley Allen, clerk James Dalziel, res 578 Seventeenth 
Shorkley H. B. Mrs. , teacher Lafayette School, res 578 Sev- 
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Short John A., carpenter, res 562 East Central av 

Short Julia, domestic Charles H. Gorrill, W s Webster 
nr Broadway 

Shotwell James H., clerk A. Albee & Son, res 2217 Grove 

Shovelen Dennis, grainer Charles B. Rutherford, res Harri- 
son bet Seventh and Eighth 

Shrader Joseph F., carpenter, res 1605 Myrtle 

Shrader Louis C, machinehand C. P. R. R., res Railroad 
Exchange 

Shreve George, jeweler (S. F.) res SW cor Mariposa and 
Shattuck avs, Temescal 

Shroeder Joseph F., carpenter William A. Knowles, res 1605 
Myrtle 

Shubert Paul, barber Benjamin F. Edwards, res Third bet 
Jefferson and Grove 

Shuegrae Patrick, laborer, res 734 Chester 

Shun Lee (Chinese) laundry, 1814 Seventh 

Shurvell John (Dix & Shurvell) res NW cor Thirty- ninth and 
Telegraph av, Temescal 

Siars Martin, restaurant, 1215 Broadway, res cor San Pablo 
av and Fourteenth 

Sibrian Antonio, laborer, res S s Forty-third nr Telegraph 
av, Temescal 

Sibrian Pedro, gardener Francisco G^lindo, res S s Forty- 
third nr Telegraph av, Temescal 

Sicotte Amie A., blacksmith Ferdinand Sicotte and extra- 
man Engine Co. No. 3, Oakland Fire Department, res 
1685 Eighth 

Sicotte Ferdinand, carriage manufacturer and blacksmith, E 
s Wood bet Seventh and Goss, res 1685 Eighth 

Sicotte Roger, clerk Salinger Bros., res 1685 Eighth 

Siebe Ludwig, proprietor Shell Mound Park, Shell Mound 
Station, Northern R. R. 

Sieber Albert, steward Tubbs Hotel 

Siebiirg David, carpenter Contra Costa Laundry, res 1731 
Fourteenth 

Sieland Otto, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Siemer Diedrich, pickle manufacturer (S. F.) res 868 Chester 

Siesbuttel Daniel, gun and locksmith, 364 Ninth 

Siesbuttel Morris, painter, res 364 Ninth 

Signs of the Times (weekly) Pacific Press Publishing Co. 
publishers and proprietors, 1059 Castro 

Silberberg S. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, store and res 
618 East Central av 

Silberberg Solomon, res 618 East Central av 

Silva Amelia, seamstress William H. Glascock, 305 Fifth 



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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 443 

Silva Charles, laborer, res 1574 Third 

Silva E. M., teamster E. M. LaTvrence, res Butehertown 

Silva Emanuel, deckhand stmr Oakland 

Silva Frank, deckhand stmr Oakland, res 955 Campbell 

Silva Frank, dishwasher S. Ellingsworth, 902 Broadway 

Silva Joaquin, laborer C. P. E. E. 

Silva John, laborer, res 671 East 16th 

Silva John, laborer, res 824 East 14th 

Silva Joseph, laborer, res 121 Hannah 

Silva Joseph A., solicitor Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co., 
NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 

Silva Louis, plasterer, res 1630 Union 

Silva Manuel, laborer C. P. E. E., res 228 Haven 

Silva Manuel, seaman, res 755 Campbell 

Silva Martin J., laborer, res 1007 East 22nd 

Silva Matthew, laborer, res 665 East 17th 

Silvafoot Manuel, laborer, res 9(i3 East 24th 

Silver Joseph, laborer Mountain Yiew Cemetery, res Ama- 
dor Hotel 

Silver W. J., real estate, res S s Wilder nr San Pablo av, 
Temescal 

Silvey Louis, plasterer, res 1630 Union 

Simard ElzcarE., student, res Eemillard's Building 

Simare F., laborer, res 552 Broadway 

Simmonds Mandeville Y., painter, res 467 Twenty-fii'st 

Simmons Caroline Mrs., res 1730 Thirteenth 

Simmons Conrad, carpenter, res 1015 Willow 

Simmons Frank, res Xicholl House 

Simmons George, printer, res 672 Eleventh 

Simmons G. E., compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res 
Broadway bet Sixth and Seventh 

Simmons Harvey B., foreman C. P. E. E., res 716 Peralta 

Simmons John E., clerk (S. F.) res 277 Second 

Simmons Mary Mrs., res 559 Caledonia av 

Simmons Matthew, foreman Taylor & Co., resNicholl Block 

Simmons Myron, farmer, res 277 Second 

Simmons Thomas F., builder, res 762 Fourth 

Simmons Yirginia, widow, teacher music, res 375 Fifth 

Simms John, carpenter, res NE cor Chestnut and Thirty- 
fourth 

Simms Joseph, physician, res 1515 Ninth av 

Simon Charles, dyer Charles Eeuter, res 417 Tenth 

Simon Ferdinand, waiter Philadelphia Eestaurant, res 417 
Tenth 

Simon Gustave, waiter Charles Eeuter, res 417 Tenth 

Simon Jacob L., peddler, res 753 Webster 



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UliUCllOC DiUWII Office No. 2 Park Row, Park street, Alameda. 



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444 OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 

Simon John, machinist and locksmith, 904 Washington, res 

731 Magnolia 
Simon Joseph, butcher, 1555 Broadway, res 462 Twenty- 
first 
Simonds G., merchant (S. F.) res Kelsey House 
Simons Joseph, saloon and lodgings, 415 Seventh 
Simonton William B., physician and surgeon, office and res 

1466 Eighth 
Simpson Alexander C, shoemaker, 812 Harrison 
Simpson Asa M., lumber dealer (S. F.) res 1265 Grove 
SimiDSon Hettie Miss, teacher Franklin Grammar School, 

res 1118 Brush 
Simpson James, salesman William Dick & Co., res 317 

Sixth 
Simpson John, shipcarpenter C. P. E. R., res 615 Adeline 
Simpson John H., yardman Edward A. Brown, res 219 

Second 
Simpson Joseph C, editor (S. F.) res 2111 Adeline 
Simpson Mary, widow, res 1427 Central av 
Simpson Robert F., livery stable, NE cor San Pablo av and 

Seventeenth, res 1326 Telegraph av 
Simpson Thomas B., res 1625 Telegraph av 
Sims Peter, painter, res 510 Fifth 

Simson Robert, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res nr Mills Semin- 
ary, Laguna Valley 
Simstrom Robert, watchman Doane & Co., res foot Webster 
Sin Chun Lung (Chinese) laundry, 319 East Central av 
Sinclair Alexander G., ticket collector Oakland Wharf C. P. 

R. R., res 859 Myrtle 
Sinclair Mary, widow, res 1164 Fifth 
Sinclar John, farmer, res N s Redwood Road nr Alderney 

Farm 
Sinclar Peter, res N s Redwood Road nr Alderney Farm 
Sing Gee (Chinese) employment office, 365 Eighth 
Sing Gun (Chinese) laundry, SE cor Chase and Willow 
Sing Lee (Chinese) laundry, 778 Seventh 
Sing Lung (Chinese) employment office, 367 Eighth 
SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., A. W. Wright agent, 

915 Washington 
Sinkwitz Gustave, barkeeper David Wemmer, res 416 Eighth 
Sinnott Fanny, domestic W s Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Sinram Frank, farmer, res 1731 Fourteenth 
Sinton Joseph H., assistant license collector (S. F.) res Ga- 

lindo Hotel 
Sinton Richard H., license collector (S. F.) res Galindo 

Hotel 



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ELECTRIC BELLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 

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In Nickel, Gold and Silver. 

BlastiDE MacUnes M Supplies, 

AND 

amalgamatinCt plates for mines a specialty. 



OFFICE AND WORKS, 134 SUTTER ST., 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



PATTL SEILER, Superintendent. 



JOHN SKINKHn 

No, 115 Pine Street, San Francisco, 




Sole Agent for the Pacific Coast for the Sale of 

Winchester Mepeating Arms €oJs 



M^mw^m^ 




CARBINES AND MUSKETS 



(Models of 1866, 1873 and 1876.) 



Also, the Hotchkiss Repeating Arms. 



Also, WINCHESTER METAIil^IC CARTRIDGES, both central and rim 

fire, for all kinds of Kifles and Pistols ; also, Primers and Tools for Ee- 

loading Winchester Central Fire Cartridges ; Brass and Paper 

Shot Gun Shells; Primed Shells and Bullets 

for Military and Sporting Central Fire Cartridges. 



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OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 445 

Sioli Paolo, architect, res 1712 Twenty-first av 

Siqueira M. J. S., blacksmith, N s East 14th bet Twenty- 
first and Twenty-second ays, res N s East 14th nr Twen- 
ty-sixth av 

Sitts J., domestic 521 Eleventh 

Sixteenth Street Station, C. P. E. E., feet of Sixteenth 

Ska Charles, upholsterer, res 981 Center 

Skelton M. A. Mrs., widow, furnished rooms, 831 Franklin 

Skilling David, physician, 1116 Broadway, res 1004 Four- 
teenth 

Skilling Henry H., clerk Daniel Eyan, res 1004 Fourteenth 

Skinker John, merchant (S. F.) res SE cor Seventh and 
Oak 

Skinner Elisha C, farmer, res N s Hopkins nr Fruit Yale av 

Skinner George, clerk, res 260 B 

Skinner Isaac, merchant, res 260 B 

Skinner I. A., manager Alameda Iron Works, res Nicholl 
House 

Skinner John, gardener, 2137 Chestnut 

Skinner Parley J., carpenter C. P. E. E., res Division Eow 

Skitch William, wheelwright Henry Hampel, res 728 East 
33rd, Lynn 

Slanty William B., clerk Michael Hayes, res 769 Market 

Slate Walter E., clerk, res 409^ Central av 

Slaten Francis M., laborer, res 264 Fifth 

Slater William W., train dispatcher C. P. E. E., res 872 
Henry 

Slattery James, second officer stmr El Capitan, res 261 
East 16th 

Slicer C. B. Mrs., res 622 Ninth 

Slicer Charles B., res 522 Ninth 

SUCER HUGH, president Alameda Macadamizing Co., 954 
Broadway, res 317 Third 

Slitz John (Jones <fc Slitz) res 269 Fifth 

Sloan Alexander, iron molder (S. F.) res 314 B 

Sloan Charles E., turner Oakland Planing Mills, res 1060 
Harrison 

Sloan James F., clerk (S. F.) res 1219 Webster 

Sloan John, finisher, res 1060 Harrison 

Sloan William E., capitalist, res 1060 Harrison 

Sloanaker I. N., tailor, 1247 Broadway 

Sloper Harvey N., clerk E. S. Denison, res 953 Eighth 

Small Frederick E., fireman C. P. E. E., res 1112 Elev- 
enth av 

Small George, gardener Thomas H. WiUiams, res First av 
bet East Central av and East 14th 



inflM^iirn collectors aM attorneys CofldnctSDits In au state Courts 



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446 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Small Henry S., engineer C. P. R. R., res 1684 Taylor 
Small Henry S., ticket collector C. P. R. E., res 1365 Tenth 
Small J. Hervey, engineer C. P. R. R., res 929 Wood 
Small John H., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1722 Chase 
Smallman James K., groceries, 551 East Central av, res 415 

East 14th 
Smart George R., stencil cutter (S. F.) res 854 Adeline 
Smedberg James R., gas engineer (S. F.) res 1136 Filbert 
Smilie James, carpenter, res 1461 Broadway 
Smilie John, plasterer, res 1461 Broadway 
Smilie Robert, contractor and builder, res 1461 Broadway 
Smilow Margaret Mrs., res 489 Orchard 
Smith Abraham, fireman C. P. R. R., res 1718 Eighth 
Smith Abraham, peddler, res 305 Second 
Smith A. C. Mrs., dressmaker, res 1156 Broadway 
Smith Albert, clerk, res 743 East 14th 
Smith Albert L., bookkeeper A. J. Snyder, res SE cor Tenth 

and Filbert 
Smith Alexander, boats, foot Webster, res 253 Second 
Smith Alice Miss, res 358 East 16th 
Smith Almon B., laborer, res 710 Market 
Smith Andrew D., insurance agent (S. F.) res 910 Myrtle 
Smith Angus J., carpenter, res 408 Fifth 
Smith Ann Mrs, res S s Fourteenth bet Wood and Willow 
Smith Anna E. Miss, clerk C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res SE cor 

Nineteenth and West 
Smith Annie P., widow, res 918 Fifth 
Smith Arthur, laborer Charles O. Trask, res Seminary avnr 

Mills' Seminary 
Smith August, laborer C. P. R. R., res N s Short bet Cedar 

and Bay 
Smith A. W. S., groceries and provisions, NW cor Eighth 

and Campbell, res 1011 Pine 
Smith B. F., res 496 Twenty-fourth 
Smith Bradford W., bank teller (S. F.) res 950 FHbert 
Smith Charles, butcher, res 664 Tenth 

Smith Charles, cook Jeremiah E. Whitcher, res 658 Eighth 
Smith Charles, laborer, res S s Thirteenth bet Willow and 

Campbell 
Smith Charles H., butcher, 1319 Brush, res 1313 Brush 
Smith Charles H., gents' furnishing goods, 953 Broadway, 

res 526 William 
Smith Charles R., tinsmith (S. F.) res 1623 Myrtle 
Smith Christopher, laborer, res 130 Ellen 
Smith Christopher J., fruit peddler, res cor Fruit Vale av 

and County Road 



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J. S. G. Gordon, agent for Napa Soda Springs, 365 Tenth Street. 



OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 447 

Smith C. L. (C. L. Smith & Co.) res 1955 Grove 

Smith C. L. & Co. (C. L. Smith) engraving and lithograph- 
ing, 1313 Broadway 

Smith Clark A., yardmaster C. P. R. R. (S. F.) res 413 A 

Smith Daniel, boarding, 1812 Seventh 

Smith De Witt C, musician, res 836 Broadway 

Smith DoUie Miss, res 527 Thirty-sixth 

Smith Dora T, Miss, deputy Assessor Oakland Township, 
1313 Brush 

SMITH DU RAY, searcher of records, Union Bank Build- 
ing, SE cor Ninth and Broadway, res 869 Washington 

Smith Edward B., principal Bay District School, res 770 
Pine 

Smith Edwin P., watchmaker R. W. Edwards, res 805 Jef- 
ferson 

Smith Edwin P., gardener, res 1525|^ Broadway 

Smith E. H. Mrs., dressmaker, res Sunnyside House 

Smith Eleanor Mrs., res 2161 Fourteenth av, Lynn 

Smith Ellen Mrs., res 476 East 11th 

Smith F. A., res Tremont House 

Smith Fannie G. Miss, teacher Cole School, res Remillard's 
Building 

Smith F. Percy, bookkeeper (S. F.) rea SE cor Castro and 
Ninth 

Smith Frank, farm hand J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Clare- 
mont av and Clifton, Temescal 

Smith Frank H., hostler City Hall Stables, res 525 Sixteenth 

Smith Frank M., carpenter, res 768 Twenty-first 

Smith Frederick, with H. C. Clark, res Bay av, Melrose 

Smith Frederick J., machine hand Pioneer Planing Mills, 
res 607 Webster 

Smith Frederick U., mining (S. F.) res 954 Central av 

Smith G. E. Mrs., principal Eucalyptus Hall School, res 
1063 Eleventh av 

Smith George, clerk H. Ludemann, res 1251 Kirkham 

Smith George, printer, res 864 Clay 

Smith George E. , res 1063 Eleventh av 

Smith George H., liquor saloon, 674 Broadway 

Smith George W., machinist East Oakland Planing Mills, 
res 601 Third 

Smith G. Frank, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res SE cor Castro 
and Ninth 

Smith Hamilton A. G., carpenter, res 1423 Twelfth av 

Smith Hemy, joiner C. P. R. R. 

Smith Henry S., commission merchant (S. F.) res 918 Fifth 

Smith Henry T.. policeman, res 1457 Broadway 



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448 OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Hugh S., joiner (S. F.) res 205 Third 

Smith Isaac, peddler, res 305 Second 

Smith Isabella, widow, res 662 East 15th 

Smith Jacob, hackdriver, res 716 Seventh 

Smith Jacob, junk dealer, 424 Third 

Smith Jacob C., laborer, res 769 Twenty-second 

Smith James, laborer, res S s Thirteenth bet Willow and 

Campbell 
Smith James, laborer, res 2036 Chestnut 
Smith James, stock dealer, res 210 Fifth 
Smith James C, lumber (S. F.) res 1422 Eighth 
Smith James H. (Miller & Smith) attornej-at-law, 864 Broad- 
way, res 1923 Filbert 
Smith jane Mrs., res 1322 Thirteenth av 
Smith J. Howard, attorney-at-law (S. F.) res Claremont av 

nr College av 
Smith John, clerk Galindo Hotel 
Smith John, saloon keeper, res 555 Sixth 
Smith John, tailor William Strathern, res S. F. 
Smith John B., screener Weston & Welch, res 830 East 14th 
Smith John H., hostler City Hall Stables, res 525 Sixteenth 
Smith John J., carriage painter J. O. N. Smith, res S. F. 
Smith John J., laborer, res 1267 Thirteenth av 
Smith John O. N., carriage painting, trimming and repair- 
ing, 518-520 Seventh, res 518 Seventh 
Smith John W., barber, 1210 Broadway, res 685 Twenty -fifth 
Smith John W., hostler City Hall Stables, res 525 Sixteenth 
Smith Joseph, laborer, res 243 Louise 
Smith Joseph, laborer C. P. E. E. 
Smith Joseph, miner, res 421 Second 
Smith Kate, domestic 1406 Thirteenth av 
Smith Leon D., clerk C. P. E. E. (S. F.) res 910 Myrtle 
Smith Leonard, teamster, res 211 Third 
Smith Maggie, widow, res 1401 Thirteenth 
Smith Maggie, nurse George W. Meade, res 1318 Jackson 
Smith Martin B. (E. Surryhne & Co.) res lull Pine 
Smith Mary Mrs., ladies nurse, res 2215 Chestnut 
Smith Mary B. Mrs., deputy assessor Oakland Township, res 

358 East 16th 
Smith Max, res 861 Harrison 
Smith Michael, clerk (S. F.) res 958 Campbell 
Smith Olive Mrs. , dressmaking, 1423 Twelfth av 
Smith Oliver, freight agent C. P. E. E., Oakland Wharf, res 

937 Myrtle 
Smith Oliver B., commission merchant (S. F.) res 604 Cen- 
tral av 



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Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



J.S. G.GORDON IS THE PIONEER ICE MAN, 365 TENTH ST. 



OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 449 

Smith Kobert P., clerk Geo. W. McKeand, res 461| Fourth 
Smith Samuel, plumber, res S s Telegraph av nr Fortieth, 

Temescal 
Smith Sandford E., manager Alameda County Ice Co., 416 

Ninth, res 526 William 
Smith Stephen H., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 950 Filbert 
Smith Stephen M. (Rosseter & Smith, S. F.) res 1260 Har- 
rison 
Smith Thomas, broker, 1007 Broadway, res 875 Filbert 
Smith Timothy R., machinist C. P. R. K., res 368 Fifth, 

rear 
Smith Walter Mrs., res 619 Nineteenth 
Smith Ward M., salesman (S. F.) res Galindo Hotel 
Smith W. Bruce, freight clerk C P. R. R., Oakland Wharf, 

res 937 Myrtle 
Smith William, deputy poundmaster, res 1940 Poplar 
Smith William, laborer Charles Mathies, res 525 Third 
Smith William, liquor saloon, SW cor Tenth and Franklin 
Smith William A., fireman C. P. R. R., res 1773 Goss 
Smith William B., res 677 Twenty-first 
Smith William H., fireman C. P. R. R., res 885 Bay 
Smith William H., mining, res 526 Williams 
Smith William M., salesman Charles H. Smith, res 526 

Williams 
Smith Young Guest, res 2469 Thirteenth av, Lynn 
Smith Mrs., seamstress, res Tubbs Hotel 
Smithlen Frank, carpenter, res 717 Fourth 
Smithlen Harriet Mrs., res 717 Fourth 
Smyth Charles F., speculator, res Tubbs Hotel 
Smyth John, plasterer, res 1658 Telegraph av 
Smyth John H., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res W s Claremont 

av nr Park av 
Smyth Mary Mrs., furnished rooms, 410 Tenth 
Smyth Samuel, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Snell D. J., compositor, res NE cor Alcatraz av and Calais, 

Temescal 
Snell J. A., compositor Tribune Publishing Co., res NE cor 

Alcatraz av and Calais, Temescal 
Snell Margaret C. Miss, principal preparatory department 

Snell Seminary, res 568 Central av 
Snell Mary E. Miss, principal Snell Seminary, res 568 Cen- 
tral av 
Snell R. B. Rev., principal Snell Seminary, res 568 Cen- 
tral av 
Snell Seminary, R. B. Snell and Miss Mary E. Snell princi- 
pals, 568 Central av 



AnAM^£ rn sell real ESTATE-OailandProDertylo Exchange lorRanclies 

HUHIIIW (X UU. S.£. cor. EltiUTU anU BROADWAY. Ip stain. 

29 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 Maim St..S. F., liaporier Frencli and Ejiglisli WALL PAPERS 



450 OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 



Snider Andrew, merchant (S. F.) res 1023 Linden 

Sniffen Elijah, mining, res 1214 Clay 

Snook Charles E., clerk (S. F.) res 1678 Taylor 

Snook Charles W., carpenter C. P. E. E., res 1678 Taylor 

Snook Frederick W., plumber (S. F.) res 1678 Taylor 

Snook George W., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1678 Taylor 

Snook William S., plumber (S. F.) res 1678 Taylor 

Snow & Eagsdale (Henry K. Snow and John C. Eagsdale) 
managers Alameda County Branch Pacific Mutual Life 
Insurance Co., NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 

Snow Harry J., pressman (S. F.) res 1063 Willow 

Snow Henry K. (Snow & Eagsdale) res S. F. 

Snow John F. & Co. (Charles J. Holmes) cleaning and dye- 
ing works, 1063 Broadway 

Snow Leander O., teamster, res N s Thirty-sixth, bet Market 
and San Pablo av, Temescal 

Snow Poland W., wholesale hardware (S. F.) res 672 Four- 
teenth 

Snow W^illiam, clerk (S. F.) res 932 Thirty-fourth 

Snow William H., tailor (S. F.) res 1063 Willow 

Snowball Eobert Y., res 1379 Harrison 

SNUG SALOON, Otto Kneipp proprietor, 422 Eleventh 

Snyder Andrew J., real estate, 467 Ninth, resWs San Pablo 
av bet Alcatraz and Dwight W^ay 

Snyder Block, SE cor Ninth and W^ashington 

Snyder Daniel, packer J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor Claremont 
av and Clifton, Temescal 

Snyder S. P., res Hartman House 

Sohlke Carl W., agent Boca Brewing Co. (S. F.) res 973 
Kirkham 

Sohst Brothers (J. F. W. and Henry J. Sohst) proprietors 
Pioneer Carriage Factory, NE cor Eighth and Franklin 

Sohst Henry J . (Sohst Brothers) res 708 W^ebster 

Sohst J. F. W. (Sohst Brothers) res 859 Webster 

Solaro Henry J., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1314 Eighth 

Solina Francis, laborer, res 521 Third 

Solomon George A., res E s Telegraph av nr Birch, Temes- 
cal 

Solomon Jacob, cigar manufacturer (S. F.) res 1164 Eighth 

Solomon Julius, res 1164 Eighth 

Solomon Mary E., groceries, tinware and varieties, E s Tel- 
egraph av nr Birch, Temescal 

Solon Frank, gardener, res Winter's Hotel 

Somerset House, Mrs. E. A. Bushell proprietress, 462 Cen- 
tral av 

Somerville Thos. D., fireman paycar C. P. E. E., res Alameda 



33 Geat7 St., San Francisco. 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY »™«H3eaB,».»a„o.,... 



i. S. G. GORDON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ICE, 365 Tenth. 



OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 451 

Sommer Simeon M., master mariner, res 1714 Thirteenth 

Songey William F., painter, res 862 Twentieth 

Soracco Thomas, manager A. Daneri, res NW cor Pine and 
Seventh 

Sorensen Frederick W., gardener, res NE cor Webster and 
Twenty-second 

Sorensen G., machinehand Enterprise Mills, resN s Thirty- 
ninth nr Grove, Temescal 

Soreuson Eeua, domestic 330 East 17th 

Sorrell JosejDh, whitener, res 652 Franklin 

Sorrell Thomas, whitener, res 652 Franklin 

Souders M. J. Mrs., res 515 Ninth 

Souffraine James, cook Nicholas Williams, res East Berke- 
ley 

Souffraine Louis, tiusmith, res Clarendon House 

Soule' Frank Jr., professor Civil Engineering and Astronomy, 
University, res 960 Oak 

Soule George W., car repairer C. P.R. R. 

Soule John, painter James T. Gardiner, res 603 East 23rd 

Soule Joseph T., master mariner, res 819 Webster 

Soule P. H., res 483 Merrimac 

South British and National Insurance Cos., A. G. Davis & 
Co. agents, NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 

South Pacific Coast R. E. Co., Ralph Emerson ticket agent, 
NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 

Sovea William, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1685 Eighth 

Spaiford James M., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1311 
Fifth av 

Spanhacke Henry, mining, res 1711 Chase 

Spark J. H., painter C. P. R. R. 

Sparks Martin V., farmer, res 514 Sixteenth 

Spaulding Charles, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Spaulding Charles H., saw fitter (S. F.) res 1022 Peralta 

Spaulding Julia Miss, res 1363 Eighth av 

SPAUKDING NATHAN W., saw manufacturer (S. F.) res 
SW cor Nineteenth av and East 25th 

Spaulding Seaman, cook, res 241 Watts 

Spear Adrian, clerk Custom House (S. F.) res 566 Thirty- 
fifth 

Spear Augustus, carpenter, res 618 East 22nd 

Spear Charles H., clerk, res S s Fifth bet Magnolia and 
Union 

Spear Frederick A., druggist, res S s Fifth bet Magnolia 
and Union 

Spear Frederick F., clerk, res S s Fifth bet Magnolia and 
Union 



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Call at No. 2 Park Row, Park Street, Alameda. 



GEO. W. CLARK, 645 MarKet St., s. F., Wholesale anl Retail Bealer m Paper Hangings 



452 OAKLAND [ g ] DIRECTORY. 

Spear John I., commission merchant (S. F.) res S'W cor 

Oak and Central av 
Spear Joseph S-, auctioneer (S. F.) res 1107 Adeline 
Spear T. D., undertaker William T. Hamilton, res 1116 

Broadway 
Specht William Jr., carpenter, res 230 Harlan 
Speck Joseph, laborer, res N s Derby nr Humboldt av, 

Speier Louis, clerk (S. F.) res 572 Tenth 

Spellman Ann, widow, res 1416 Central av 

Spence William G., well borer, res 530 Ninth 

Spencer George O., expressman (S. F.) res S s Center nr 

Seventh 
Spencer George W., res 1378 Eighth 
Spencer Herbert W., clerk John Cushing, res 512 Ninth 
Spencer John, carpenter, res S s Parker nr Dana, Tem- 

escal 
Spencer John, plumbing and gasfitting, 1771 San Pablo av, 

res 1769 San Pablo av 
Spencer Leander, res N s Fortieth nr Adeline, Temescal 
Spenzer Andrew, gardener Warren Olney, 481 Prospect 
Sperb Jacob, clerk, res 720 Fourth 
Sperry Austin, flour (S. F.) res 578 Sixteenth 
Sperry Frank, carpenter, res 574 Thirtj^-fifth 
Spiars Frank W., restaurant, 1757 Seventh, res 713 Tenth 
Spieth William, cabinetmaker (S. F.) res 1376 Fifteenth 
Spofford William E., shoemaker Hall & Co., res 664 Tenth 
Spooner Mitchell E., lumber dealer, res W s San Pablo av 

nr San Pablo Station 
Sprague G. A., painter C. P. K. E., res 1605 Third 
Sprague George A., machinist, res 1504 Third 
Sprague George W., carpenter, res 168 Second 
Spray John collector (S. F.) res 354 Sixth 
Sprecher Samuel P. Rev., pastor First Presbyterian Church, 

res 1366 Harrison 
Spreen Mattie Miss, res W s Fruit Vale av nr Hopkins 
Springer Ransom, salesman (S. F.) res 1713 Taylor 
Sprinkle C E. Mrs., midwife, res 1210 Peralta 
Sprinkle John C, carpenter, res 417 East Central av 
Sprinkle William, res 1210 Peralta 
Springston Jefferson, carpenter, res 326 Seventh av 
Sproul Hattie B. Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1413 Brush 
Sproule Andrew, res 763 Jefferson 
Sproule Catharine (Sproule Sisters) res 763 Jefferson 
Sproule Charlotte (Sproule Sisters) res 763 Jefferson 
Sproule Sarah J. (Sproule Sisters) res 763 Jefferson 



SI? T A ITMTI'R V ^^sliiiig called (or and Delivered In S. F., Oakland, Alameda, MUMj 
. £ . ilnUllUIll. Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



GREAT REDUCTION in Price of Ice, at GORDON'S, 365 TENTH. 



OAKLAND [ S ] DIRECTORY. 453 

Sproule Sisters (Sarah J., Charlotte and Catharine Sproule) 

fancy drygoods, E s Broadway opp Fourteenth 
Spruance John, liquor dealer (S. F.) res 1356 Franklin 
Spurr Marie A. Miss, deputy assessor Oakland Township, 

res 1315 Grove 
Squire Henry P., cashier Tribune Publishing Co., res 468 

East 11th 
Squire Orrin D., res 468 East 11th 
Squires Lovell, bookkeeper (S. F.) res SE cor Seventh 

and Oak 
St. Andrews Mission Church (Episcopal) Masonic Hall, 

NE cor Seventh and Willow 
St. Andrews Society, rooms 1056 Broadway 
St. Clair Charles, hostler J. Lusk & Co., res SE cor 

Claremont av and Clifton, Temescal 
St. Clair Nellie, domestic 1326 Tenth av 
St. John Chauncey M., res Lake Shore av nr Excelsior 
St. John Edward, laborer, res 818 Lydia 
St. John John, drayman, res Twenty-second nr Myrtle 
St. John's Episcopal Chvirch, Rev. Benjamin Akerly, D.D., 

rector. Grove bet Seventh and Eighth 
St. John's Mission, 707 Broadway 
St. Joseph Fire and Marine Insurance Co., A. A. Guernsey 

& Co. agents, 906 Broadway 
St. Joseph's Academy, Brother Sabiniau director, 159 Fifth 
St. Louis House, Louis Chartrand proprietor, 560 Franklin 
St. Mary's Academy, SE cor Eighth and Grove 
St. Mary's Cemetery (Catholic) A. Mclsaac superintendent, 

Webster nr Mountain View Cemetery 
St. Mary's Free School, NVV cor Seventh and Jefferson 
St. Mathews J. H., editor Evening Tribune, res S. F. 
St. Nicholas Insurance Co. (of New York) Doe, Griffin & 

Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 
St. Patrick's Church, Rev. J. B. McNally rector, N s Seward 

bet Campbell and Peralta 
St. Paul Insurance Co. (fire of St. Paul) E. A. Heron agent, 

422 Central av 
St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Revs. Hobart Chatwood and 

J. Lewis Parks rectors, cor Fourteenth and Harrison 
St. Vincent Frederick, hostler, res 1928 Poplar 
Stachler John J., furnished rooms, 1460 Seventh 
STACK & CO. (William Stack and Jacob Kreker) butchers, 

NE cor Fifth and Harrison 
Stack John G. , gasfitter, res 614 Filbert 
Stack Thomas, clerk Stack & Co., res NE cor Fifth and 

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Stack William, laborer, res 417 Seventh 

Stack William (Stack & Co.) res NE cor Fifth & Harrison 

Stackhouse William, whitener and paper hanger, res 760 

Fifth 
Staehli Melchior, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 
Staempfli Charles, bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1624 Eighth 
Staguaro Nicolai, gardener, res 562 Third 
Stable Ida, widow, furnished rooms, 313 Sixth 
Stahlecker & Terp (Jacob Stahlecker and J. E. Terp) black- 
smith and carriage makers, SW cor West and Central av 
Stahlecker Jacob (Stahlecker & Terp) res SW cor West and 

Central av 
Stahr Christopher, conductor C. P. R. R., res 828 Chester 
Stalder Joseph Jr., bookkeeper (S. F.) res 1412 Twelfth av 
Staley Jacob, carpenter, res 826 Castro 
Stanchfield Charles D., tinsmith (S. F.) res 308 Tenth 
Standard Fire and Marine Insurance Co. (of New Zeland) 

J. B. Miranda agent, 407 Eighth 
Standeford David W. (Burnham, Standeford & Co.) res 819 

Fifteenth 
Standeford Joseph A., agent, res 614 Fourteenth 
Standeford N. D. Mrs., principal Grove Street Primary 

School, res 614 Fourteenth 
Standeford William W., inspector Custom House (S. F.) 

res 819 Fifteenth 
Standish Frank K., carpenter C. P. R. R., res 14 Pine, 

Pearson Row 
Standring S. S. Mrs., res 914 Pine 
Stanford Mary J., widow, res 1575 Filbert 
STANFORD STABLES, Christian H. Nor proprietor, NE 

cor Wood and Seventh 
Staniels William H., laborer C. P. R.R., res 668 East 32nd, 

Lynn 
Stanley James W., engineer S. P. C. R. R., res 363 Fourth 
Stanley William, waiter Tubbs Hotel 
Stanly John A., attorney-at-law (S. F.) res 1221 Jackson 
Stanton Harmon, res 479 Plymouth av 
Stanton Timothy, laborer, res 705 Twenty-eighth 
Stanton Walter, gardener Thomas R. Hayes, 956 Myrtle 
Staples George B., res Nicholl House 
Staples James W., insurance agent (S. F.) res W s Webster 

nr Moss av 
Stapleton Joseph, with Samuel Kellett, res S. F. 
Star House, Mrs. Jane Layton proprietress, 1803 Seventh 
Stark J. F., engineer C. P. R. R. 
Starke William, carpenter, res Winter's Hotel 



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Starkweather Arthur C. , res 1506 San Pablo av 

Starkweather Frank H., res 1506 San Pablo av 

Starkweather Haynes K., res 1506 San Pablo av 

STARR & CO. (Abram D. and Augustus W. Starr and A. 
Bannister) flour and mill feed, foot Franklin 

Starr Abram D. (Starr & Co) res 1363 Grove 

Starr Augustus W. (Starr & Co.) res Vallejo 

Starr George, res Peralta nr Thirty-sixth 

Starr George W., bookkeeper Starr & Co., res Nicholl House 

Starr William M., with Occidental Warehouse (S. F.) res 
1353 Grove 

Startin Thomas, laborer, res 845 Isabella 

State Investment and Insurance Co. (of S. F.) A. G. Davis 
& Co. agents, NE cor Broadway and Thirteenth 

State of Pennsylvania Insurance Co. (fire, of Philadelphia) 
Doe, Griffin & Seaman agents, 958 Broadway 

Stearns C. A., driver Oakland R. R. Co., res S s Forty- 
seventh nr Shattuck av, Temescal 

Stearns Henry M., teacher (S. F.) res 1019 Eighth 

Stearns H. P. Miss, teacher Cole School, res 1018 Adeline 

Stearns Levina R., widow, res 914 Sixteenth 

Stebbins Alfred, agent (S. F.) res 1054 Kirkham 

Stedman William A., shoemaker David J. Outram, res Tel- 
egraph av nr Fortieth, Temescal 

Steel J., res Tubbs Hotel 

Steelarm Fred., farmer, res S s Linden nr Broadway 

Steele Edward G. L. merchant (S. F.) res 824 Jackson 

Steele H. Mrs., widow, res 1929 Telegraph 

Steele Oscar C., hotel keeper (Virginia City) res 1622 
Eleventh av 

Steen Hannah Mrs., res 626 Seventeenth 

Steen Joseph F., deputy City Assessor, res 522 Thirty-fifth 

Steen Samuel, salesman B. V. Reichenberg, res 626 Seven- 
teenth 

Steere Thomas F. (Steere & Colby) res 351 Seventh av 

STEERE & COLBY (Thomas F. Steere and Hiram H. 
Colby) groceries, hardware and crockery and agents 
Wells, Fargo Sl Go's Express, SE cor East Central and 
Thirteenth avs 

STEERE & COLBY'S SAN FRANCISCO, EAST OAK- 
LAND, FRUIT VALE AND MILLS' SEMINARY 
EXPRESS, SE cor East Central and Thirteenth avs 

Stefi"anoni Achille, jeweler and watchmaker, 1007 Broadway, 
res 565 Twenty-second 

Steffens Diedrich, gi'ocer (S. F.) res 1664 Seward 

Steffey Harvey J., res 1714 Eighth 



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Steffey Jeremiah, foreman carpenter C. P. E. R., res 1714 

Eighth 
Stegman Charles H., clerk Assessors Ofl&ce (S. F.) res 2204 

Market 
Stehm'Frederick, cigarmaker Phillip Conradi, res 467 Seventh 
Steigler Emily, domestic 1313 Madison 
Stein Adolph, tailor, 902 Washington, res 558 Third 
Stein Arthur, solicitor, res 809 Henry 

Steinbruck Rudolph, wagonmaker (S. E.) res 962 Campbell 
Steinhagen P., commission merchant (S. F.) res Tubbs Hotel 
Steinhardt Nathan, car repairer C. P. R. R., res 1780 At- 
lantic 
Steinmeyer Frank D., butcher, res junction Peralta and 

Hollis 
Steinmeyer Hugo, butcher, res junction Peralta and Hollis 
Steinmeyer Sarah A., furnished rooms, 553 Second 
Steinwand Joseph, carpenter, res 1424 San Pablo av 
Stephens Richard, carpenter C. P. R. R., res 1662 Pacific 
Stephens Samuel, fish and oysters (S. F.) res 1263 Eighth 
Stephens William, porter Tubbs Hotel 
Stephenson Robert, dairy, E s High nr Railroad Crossing, 

Melrose 
Stephenson Stanley, painter and whitener, SE cor Seventh 

and Washington, res 666 Tenth 
Sternitzky Charles, carpenter, res 1932 Myrtle 
Sternitzky Robert, carpenter, res 1464 Thirteenth 
Stetson Alva M., superintendent dredger (S. F.) res 921 

Center 
Stetson Charles R., res 971 East 14th 
Stetson James, pedlar, res E s Webster nr First 
Steuer Gustave A., driver Berkeley Laundry 
Stevens Addie, widow, res 521 Sixth 
Stevens A. Henry, grain dealer, res 829 Myrtle 
Stevens Calvin J., capitalist, res 267 Eighth 
Stevens Charles, laborer C. P. R. R., res 802 Wood 
Stevens Charles, boilermaker, res 802 Wood 
Stevens E. A. Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 966 Ches- 
ter 
Stevens F. E., fireman C. P. R. R. 
Stevens George W., res 362 East 10th 
Stevens Harriet F. Miss, private school, E s Sixth av bet 

East 10th and East 11th, res Berkeley 
Stevens Horace J., laborer, res 477 Twenty-first 
Stevens James W., life insurance agent (S. F.) res 1265 Clay 
Stevens Levi (Stevens, Baker & Co., S. F.) res W s Fruit 
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Stevens Mary A. Mrs., res 1762 Division 

Stevens Walter P., clerk C. P. R. E., res 829 Myrtle 

Stevenson & Ware (Frank W. Stevenson and C. P. Ware) 

boots and shoes, 1163 Broadway 
Stevenson F. E. & Co. (Frederick E. Stevenson and B. S. 

Tower) crockery and glassware, 1062 Broadway 
Stevenson Frank W. (Stevenson & Ware) res 1363 Broadway 
Stevenson Frederick E. (F. E. Stevenson & Co.) res 573 

Eleventh 
Stevenson Henry H., carpenter, res 658 Alice 
Stevenson H. L., engineer C. P. E. E. 
Stevenson Matthew, laborer, les Oakland House 
Steward J. M. Mrs., res 664 Tenth 

Steward Joseph H., shoemaker Hall & Co., res 664 Tenth 
Steward Samciel H., shoefitter Hall & Co., res 664 Tenth 
Stewart & Chandler (Charles A. Stewart and Charles A. 

Chandler) bottlers ale and porter, 962 Thirty-fifth 
Stewart Andrew J., clerk (S. F.) res 762 Chester 
Stewart Charles A. (Stewart & Chandler) res 962 Thirty- 
Stewart Daniel, shipcarpenter C. P. E. E. 
Stewart E. J. Miss, teacher, res 1666 Taylor 
Stewart E. J. Mrs., res 470 Ninth 
Stewart Grace, domestic 1132 Filbert 
Stewart J. Mrs., dressmaker, res 614 Seventeenth 
Stewart James, butcher P. J. Gerhardy, S s Weston av bet 

Telegraph av and Broadway 
Stewart Jennie Miss, res 763 Eleventh 
Stewart John, laborer C. P. E. E., res 1862 Seventh 
Stewart John, wholesale butcher, stockyard, Butchertown, 

res Butchertown 
Stewart L. Mrs., dressmaker, 524 Sixteenth 
Stewart Louisa, domestic 266 East Central av 
Stewart M. A. Mrs., res Tremont House 
Stewart M. L. Mrs., res 763 Eleventh 
Stewart Eobert B., mining, res 1511 Brush 
Stewart Thomas M., res 524 Sixteenth 
Stewart Walter J., accountant, res Highland Park, E. O. 
Stewart William, fireman C. P. E. E. 
Stewart William, porter (S. F.) res 951 Cypress 
Stewart William H., barber shop and baths, 470 Ninth 
Stickney B. C. Miss, proof reader Pacific Press, res cor Cen- 
tral av and Castro 
Stickney Benjamin W., type finisher Pacific Press, res 1216 

Seventh 
Sticknev S. A. Mrs., res 1216 Seventh 



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Stickney Silas C, student Oakland Business College 

Stierlen George, machinist (S. F. ) res 924 Pine 

Stierlen John, machinehand (S. F.) res 924 Pine 

Stiffen Louis, laborer Louis Lamballot, res Old County Road 
nr Fruit Vale av 

Stiles Henry, stone cutter (S. F.) res cor Center and B 

Stiller P. B., electrotyper (S. F.) res 920 Kirkham 

Stilley Henry G., carpenter (S. F.) res 1677 Lincoln 

Stillman Howard, machinist C. P. E. R. 

Stilwell & Son (C. H. and A. W. Stilwell) bill posters and 
distributors, 506 Ninth 

Stilwell Albert W. (Stilwell & Sou) res Remillard's Building 

Stilwell B. F., salesman (S. F.) res NE cor Broadway and 
Central av 

Stilwell Christopher H. (Stilwell & Son) res Remillard's 
Building 

Stimpson Joseph E., plasterer, res 319 Fourth 

Stoakes Benjamin F., melter U. S. Mint (S. F.) res 1318 
Market 

Stockham G. H., physician, office and res 471 Seventh 

Stocks Carl Mrs., res 469i Ninth 

Stocky John, liquor saloon, 1774 Seventh, res 1659| Eighth 

Stoddard James, carpenter, res 514 Fifteenth 

Stoddart A. C, physician, res 1133 Myrtle 

Stoer John F., liquor saloon and groceries, junction Adeline 
and San Pablo av 

Stokes Bridget Mrs., res 478 Twenty-fifth 

Stokes Ettie, domestic C. W. Gurnee, 568 Twenty-fifth 

Stokes James R., gardener, res 1360 Brush 

Stokes Patrick, teamster, res 218 East 15th 

Stokes Robert H., gardener, res 1360 Brush 

Stokes William, architect NE cor Broadway and Central av, 
res 1520 Telegraph av 

Stollberg Mary, widow, res 809 Jackson 

Stoltz Jacob, butcher William H. Brayton, res 964 Broad- 
way 

Stone Alfred L. , clerk Gustave L. Mix, res Clinton nr Pros- 
pect 

Stone B. H. Mrs., teacher Durant School, res 578 Fifteenth 

Stone Byron F., commission merchant (S. F.) res 1160 
Alice 

Stone Edgar P., clerk, res cor Fourteenth and Harrison 

Stone E. Pfeiffer Mrs., physician, res 616 Central av 

Stone George, res 616 Central av 

Stone Henry, piano tuner, 1152 Broadway, res cor Four- 
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Stone Jefferson, painter, res S s Fortieth nr Telegraph av, 

stone J. Henly, clerk C. P. K. R. (S.F.) res Galindo Hotel 

Stone John, driver Oakland RE,, res E s Telegraph av bet 
Linden and Temescal, Temescal 

Stone John F., detective, res 1509 Brush 

Stone John L., janitor Oakland Free Library, res 1509 
Brush 

Stone Nellie, domestic 1363 Sixth av 

Stonebarger Adam, farmer, res 1077 Central av 

Storm Frederick, butcher Grayson, Harrell & Co., res Gold- 
en Gate Hotel 

Storm William, proprietor Golden Gate Hotel, Butchertown 

Storman Edward, teamster George F. Crist, res Fourteenth 
av nr East Central av 

Story Jesse H., operator Western Union Telegraph Co., res 
1024 Wood 

Story Thomas, res 1024 Wood 

Story William R., wheelwright, res 1024 Wood 

Stott William, teamster, res S s Weston av bet Telegraph 
av and Broadway 

STOUT JOSEPH G., housemover, office and res 762 Sixth 

Stover David E., res 1310 Thirteenth av 

Stowe John, laborer, res 1312 Twelfth av 

Stowe Lucy Miss, milliner, res 1312 Twelfth av 

Stowell & Wells (George H. Stowell and Herod Wells) gro- 
ceries, 1650 Seventh 

Stowell George H. (Stowell & Wells) res 812 Campbell 

Strahn Annie, domestic John H. Smyth, W s Claremont av 
nr Tyler, Claremont 

Strahwold John, carver Pioneer Planing Mills, res S. F. 

Strand Alexander, stairbuilder, Pioneer Planing Mills, res 
366 Tenth 

Strasburg Mary Mrs., groceries and vegetables, 1011 Kirk- 
ham 

Stratford S., lumberman, res 573 Third 

Strathern William, merchant tailor, 1206 Broadway, res Al- 
ameda 

Stratton Fred. S., law student (S. F.) res 461 East Central av 

Stratton James, real estate, res 814 Central av 

Stratton James T., surveyor, res 461 East Central av 

Stratton Joseph, res 815 East 16th 

Stra