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FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



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OAKLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

The Fire Department consists of four steam engines, six 
hose carts, two hook and ladder trucks, twenty-one horses, 5,300 
feet of hose, of which 4,650 feet are in actual use, and 198 
hydrants. The cisterns are located at Eighth and Broadway, 
and Thirteenth and Broadway. 

During the administration of Chief Engineer Moffitt (ten 
and one-third months), the expenses of the department including 
salaries, expenses, supplies, new hydrants, repairs, etc., expenses 
fire alarm telegraph amounted to $31,305.81. During that period 
the Department have responded to 45 box alarms, 10 of which 
were false, 18 still alarms, 3 of which were false, making a total 
of 50 actual fires, to which the Department traveled 830f miles, 
worked 210f hours, with a total of 3,110 men, 224 absentees, and 
laid 58,550 feet of hose. 

Number and location of the 46 boxes: — 
No. 2. First and Washington. 

" 3. Fourth and Franklin. 

" 4. Fifth and Harrison. 

" 5. Seventh and Washington. 

" 6. Twelfth and Broadway. 

" 7. Ninth and Webster. 

" 8. Fourteenth and Webster. 

" 9. Twelfth and Madison. 

" 12. Seventeenth and Grove. 

" 13. Frederick Street and Telegraph Avenue. 

" 14. Sycamore Street and San Pablo Avenue. 

" 15. Thirty-fourth and Peralta. 

" 16. Sycamore Street and Telegraph Avenue. 

<! 17. Thirty-fourth and Telegraph Avenue. 

" 18. Lake and Jackson. 

" 19. Walnut and Broadway. 

" 21. Seventh Street between Wood and Willow. 

" 23. West Fourteenth and Kirkham. 

" 24. Seward and Campbell. 

" 25. West Seventh and Chester. 

" 26. West Seventh and Adeline. 

" 27. West Tenth and Kirkham. 

" 28. West Seventeenth and Peralta. 

" 29. Campbell and Atlantic. 

"31. Fifth and Grove. 

" 32. Third and Filbert. 

" 34. Seventh and Market. 

" 35. Tenth and Grove. 

" 36. Fourteenth and Market. 

" 37. Twentv-first and Market. 



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" 38. Twelfth and Adeline. 

" 39. Eighteenth and Adeline. 

" 41. East Fourteenth Street and Seventeenth Avenue. 

" 42. East Twelfth Street and Twelfth Avenue. 

" 43. East Seventeenth Street and Eighth Avenue. 

" 45. East Twelfth Street and Sixth Avenue. 

" 46. East Tenth and Thiri Avenue. 

" 47. East Twenty-fifth Street and Nineteenth Avenue. 

" 51. First and Webster. 

" 52. Third and Jackson. 

" 53. Eighth and Jackson. 

" 54. Twelfth and Brush. 

" 56. Sixteenth Street and San Pablo Avenue. 

" 57. Twenty-eighth and Myrtle. 

" 58. Webster Street and Orchard Avenue. 

" 61. City Hall. 

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, and put your key into the outside door, open 
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 fire- 
men to the locality of the fire. 

Do not try to take your key out, as it is locked in, and will 
be returned to } 7 ou. 

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

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 are left at stores and dwellings nearest to the boxes. 

Keys can be obtained by any responsible person upon appli- 
cation to the Chief Engineer, at his office, or to the Superintend- 
ent of Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, City Hall. 
Chief Engineer — James Moffitt; J. A. Kennedy and Miles 

Doody, Assistant Engineers; G. H. Carle^on, Superintendent 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph. 

Companies. 
Phoenix No. 1. — Located on Fifteenth in the rear of the City 
Hall. Provided with a third-class Amoskeag engine, one 
hose cart and 750 feet of hose. H. H. Pheatte, foreman; Ed. 
Saperle, engineer; H. Stunns, stoker; J. C. Walsh, driver: 
Frank Armstrong, J. P. Taylor, Nicholas Ball, M. J. Roach, 
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John B. Felton No. 2. — Located on Sixth between Broadway 
and Washington. A second-class Silsby engine, one hose 
cart And 750 feet of hose. John Dolan, foreman; J. Chlou- 
pekj^ngineer; Geo. Warren, stoker; L. Hoffman, driver; C. 
L. oturm, James Smith, Wm. Quigley, G. W. Bloom, E. 
Verdon, extramen. 

Oakland No. 3. — Located on Eighth between Campbell and 
Willow. A second-class Silsby engine, one hose cart andl 
750 feet of hose. James Galavan, foreman; Geo. Demarias, 
engineer; W. Ennis, stoker; Charles O'Garra, driver; and! 
five extramen. 

Brooklyn No. 4. — Located on East Fourteenth Street between! 
Twelfth and Thirteenth Avenues. A second-class Amoskeag 
engine, one hose cart, and 750 feet of hose. W. White, fore-i 
man; W. Wyles, engineer; D. Cronin, stoker; Geo. Lewis,' 
driver; and five extramen. 

Empire Hose No. 1. — Located on Sixth between Broadway and 
Washington. One hose cart and 650 feet of hose. T. J.' 
Brady, foreman ; Phil. Reardon, driver; and five hosemen. 

Hose Company No. 2. — Located on San Pablo Avenue, junction 
of Market. One four-wheel hose cart and 1,000 feet of hose. 
John Breen, foreman; Wm. Hamb, driver; and five hose- 
men. 

Relief Hook and Ladder Company No. 1. — Located on Sixth 
between Broadway and Washington. A Hayes truck. B. 
Lambert, foreman; C. Siegel, driver; W. Downey, tillerman; 
and eight extramen. 

Hook and Ladder Company No. 2. — Located on East Fourteenth 
between Twelfth and Thirteenth Avenues, East Oakland. 
John Murphy, driver. 

EDUCATIONAL. 

Public Schools. 

Superintendent — J. C. Gilson. 

Assistant Superintendent — Wm. A. Fisher. 

High School — Corner of Central Avenue and Market. J. B. Mc- 
Chesney, Principal; W. H. Galbraith, Vice-Principal; Mrs. 
L. Griffin, S. P. Meads, Mrs. K. B. Fisher, Miss J. Walbridge, 
Miss A. Galbraith, Mme. M. Ferrier, Assistants; Robert 
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Irving Grammar School — Corner Central Avenue and Market - 
J. B. McChesney, Principal; Miss Sara Boniface, Miss H. P. 
Stearns, Mrs. Nusbaumer, Miss H. Sumner, Miss A. L. 
Gray, Assistants. 

Prescott Grammar School — Campbell between Seward and 
Taylor. D. T. Fowler, Principal; Miss M. C. Heaton, Miss 
M. E. Conners, Mrs. K. Mcintosh, Miss M. E. McCann, Mrs. 
M. G. Wagner, Miss E. M. Burgin, Mrs. A. Ft. Wood, Miss 
M. Burrows, Mrs. S. B. Yule, Miss M. E. Meek, Miss E. C. 
Morris, Miss A. Johnson, Mrs. M. E. Hankins, Miss A. M. 
Youngman, Miss E. A. Stevens, Mrs. Ida Coady, Miss Julie 
E. Colby, Mrs. J. S. Bentley, Miss J. R. Hauck, Assistants. 
Mrs. M. Allen, Janitress. 

Cole Grammar School — Tenth between Union and Poplar. 
J. P. Garlick, Principal; Mrs. Francis Marie Pugh, Miss E. 
H. Hilton, Miss Agnes Madden, Mrs. H. J. Lee, Miss Jane 
Barry, Miss L. Kinkade, Miss L. A. Gilman, Miss Maggie 
Conners, Miss I. M. Lynch, Miss C. A. Vinzent, Miss H. B. 
Sproul, Mrs. D. C. Brower, Miss F. G. Smith, Assistants. J. 
S. Fox, Janitor. 

Tompkins' Grammar School — Fifth between Linden and Chest- 
nut. Samuel T. Black, Principal; Mrs. R. R. Johnston, Miss 
A. A. McCord, Miss M. E. Morris, Mrs. L. E. Crawford, Miss 
L. J. Regan, Miss M. Pratt, Miss R. Reilly, Miss F. Ward, 
Miss W. D. Heath, Assistants; B. H. Carter, Janitor. 

Lincoln Grammar and Primary Schools — Alice between 
Tenth and Eleventh. T. 0. Crawford, Principal. Mrs. M. 
L. Hoyt, Miss R. A. Bills, Mrs. S. B. Gates, J. O'Meara, Miss 
Mary D. Bull, Miss E. L. Thompson, Miss Mabel E. Brett 
Mrs." S. W. McPherson, Mrs. K. A. Campbell, Miss L. S. 
Aldrich, Mrs. L. H. Campbell, Miss A. R. Dargie, Miss 
Etta Elder, Mrs. E. F. Garlick, Mrs. N. B. Kerr, Assistants. 
Robert Irvine, Janitor. • 

Durant School — Twenty-eighth between Grove and West. 
A. F. Craven, Principal; Mrs. F. A. Parker, Miss C. H. Bis- 
sell, Miss A. E. Walton, Miss L. C. Betancue, Miss M. T. 
Kimball, Miss A. P. Wright, Mrs. B. H. Stone, Miss L. B. 
Myrick, Miss 0. A. Morgan, Mrs. E. Gibbs, Mrs. H. B. 
Shorkley, Mrs. C. W. Tarbox, Mrs. M. V. Kingman, Assist- 
ants. Mrs. L. E. Le Fort, Janitress. 



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Franklin Grammar School — Tenth Avenue between East Fif- 
teenth and East Sixteenth. J. H. Sumner, principal; Mrs. 
E. R. Tucker, Miss M. J. Shaw, Miss A. P. Meek, Miss H. C. 
Simpson, Miss Carrie E. Field, Miss L. E. White, Mrs. F. C. 
Sutherland, Mrs. L. A. Walker, Mrs. H. M. Storrs, Miss L. B. 
BLckwood, Miss Augusta Jaffee, Mrs. S. B. Byrod, Assist- 
ants; Geo. Briant, Janitor. 

Lafayette Primary School — Jefferson between Iveventh and 
Twelfth. Miss A. F. Aldrich, Principal; Miss Maud How- 
ard, Miss Nellie Cook, Miss Josie Lemon, Miss Fannie E. 
Allen, Miss Alice T. Lee, Miss Louise D. Allen, Miss Margaret 
Wythe, Miss Julia Sherman, Mrs. Helen E. Breed, Mrs. M. 
G. Bradbury, Miss Ida Seely, Mrs. E. W. Anderson, Assist- 
ants; Allen Peel, Janitor. 

Grove Street Primary School — Grove between Fourth and 
Fifth. Mrs. N. D. Standeford, Principal; Miss H. N. 
Penniman, Miss J. W. Nesbit, Mrs. E. G. Todd, Assistants; 
Mrs. Sarah Heney, Janitress. 

Harrison Street Primary School — Corner Sixth and Harri- 
son. Miss H. M. Mullen, Principal; Miss HA. Robins, Miss 
A. M. Quince, and Miss S. O'Brien, Assistants. 

Swett School — East Twentieth between Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Avenues. Miss M. S. Kimball, Principal; Mrs. E. M. Bar- 
tholomew, Miss C. M. Ellis, Miss Alice B. Ward, Assistants; 
Mrs. W. Maxwell, Janitress. 

Evening School — In High School Building. C. T. Johns, 
Principal; John H. Durst, Assistant. 

Broadway and Twenty-fifth Street School — Southwest 
corner Twenty-fifth and Broadway. Miss Belle E. Merwin. 

Plymouth Avenue School — Corner Plymouth Avenue and Elm. 
Miss E. Powell. 

Clawson School — Corner Magnolia and Twenty-second. Miss 
M. C. Cobb, Principal; Mrs. M. E. Pelham, Miss M. R. Mc- 
Clure, and Mrs. M. Ayres, Assistants; Mrs. Mary A. Nicol, 
Janitress. 

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' Paul A. Garin, drawing; Miss E. P. Brown, music. 

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OAKLAND. 



The University of California. 

The University is located at Berkeley, and is reached by 
ferry and railroad from San Francisco, and horse railroad from 
Oakland. It was instituted by a law which received the ap- 
proval of the Governor, March 23, 1868. Instruction was begun 
in Oakland in the autumn of 1869. 

The commencement exercises of 1873 were held at Berkeley, 
July 16th, when the University was formally transferred to its 
permanent home. Instruction began at Berkeley in the autumn 
of 1873. 

The College of California, which had been organized several 
years before the University, transferred its property and students 
upon terms which were mutually agreed upon, and closed its 
works of instruction in 1869. 

The College was incorporated in 185o, and through its 
agency a part of the Oakland property of the University, and 
the Berkeley site, now owned and occupied by the University of 
California, was secured. 

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

The undergraduate colleges were the only ones included in 
the original organization. The professional colleges were added 
from time to time- These latter are located in San Francisco. 

This University is an integral part of the public educational 
system of the State. As such it aims to complete the work begun 
in the public schools. It offers the best opportunities in the State 
for a higher education. Through aid from the State and the 
United States, and by private munificence, it furnishes ample 
facilities for instruction in Science, Literature, and the professions 
of Law, Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmacy. In the undergrad- 
uate course, i. e., in the Colleges of Letters, Agriculture, Mining, 
Mechanics, Civil Engineering, and Chemistry, in the Literary 
Course, and in the course in Letters and Political Science, these 
privileges are offered without charge of tuition, and to all persons 
resident of the State, who are qualified for admission. Persons 
from other States are admitted to equal privileges upon the pay- 
ment of a small matriculation and tuition fee. The professional 
courses, being self-sustaining, require as reasonable tuition fees as 
possible. All courses are open to all persons without distinction 
of sex. The Constitution of the State provides for the perpetua- 
tion of the University under its present form of government. 



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With this guaranty of security from change, it looks forward to 
an era of ampler development and greater usefulness. 

The departments of instruction comprise the following: — 

1. Letters and Science — Including the College of Letters or,' 
Classical Course, the Colleges of Agriculture, Mechanics, Mining 
Civil Engineering and Chemistry, the Literary Course, the Course 
in Letters and Political Science, and certain irregular courses. 

2. Law — The Hastings College of the Law. 

3. Medicine — The Toland College of Medicine. 

4. Dentistry — The College of Dentistry. 

5. Pharmacy — The College of Pharmacy. 

The general funds of the University are devoted to the Col- 
lege of Letters and of Science. The Colleges of Medicine, 
Dentistry, and Pharmacy are self-supporting. The College of 
the Law has a separate endowment. 

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

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

The resources from which the University is maintained are 
derived from various sources, and include the following endow- 
ments: — 

1. The Seminary Fund and Public Building Fund, granted 
to the State by Congress. 

2. The property received from the College of California, in- 
cluding the site at Berkeley. 

3. The fund derived from the Congressional land grant of 
July 2, 1862. 

4. The Tide Land Fund appropriated by the State. 

5. Specific appropriations by the Legislature for buildings, 
current expenses, etc. 

6. The gift of individuals. 




EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 

President of the University — Wm. T. Reid, 
Allston and Ellsworth Streets, Berkeley. 



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OAKLAND. 



Committee of Endowment, Finance and Audit — Regents, Hallidie 

Stebbins, Marye, and Reid. 
Committee of Buildings, Grounds, and other Property — Regents, 

Martin, Phelps, Ains worth, and Reid. 
Committee of Law — Regents, Wallace, Swift, Rodgers, and Reid. 
Committee of Congressional Land Grant — Regents, Winans, Beard, 

Rhodes, and Reid. 
Committee of Library and Museum — Regents, Hager, Ashburner, 

Davidson, and Reid. 
Treasurer — J. C. Flood. 

Secretary of the Board of Regents and of the Academic Senate 
and Superintendent of the Grounds — J. H. C.Bonte, A. M.,D.D. 
Land Agent and Assistant Secretary — J. Ham. Harris. 
Council of the Board of Regents — J. B. Mhoon. 

ACADEMIC SENATE. 

William T. Reid, A. M., President. 

William Ashburner, Honorary Professor of Mining. 

Hermann H., Behr, M. D., Professor of Botany. 

George Woodbury Burnall, A. M., Professor of the Greek Lan- 
guages and Literature. 

R. Beverly Cole.. A. B., M. D., M. R. C. S., Eng. Professor of 
Obstetrics and Gynecology. 

Albert S. Cook, Ph. D., Professor of the English Language and 
Literature. 

M., Ph. D., Honorary Professor of Geodesy 



of Operative Dentistry, Dental 



George Davidson, A. 
and Astronomy. 

S. W. Dennis, M. D., Professor 
Pathology and Histology. 

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

M. W. Fish, M. D., Professor of Physiology and Microscopy. 

C. S. Goddard, A. M., D. D. S., Professor of Mechanical Den- 
tistry. 

S. Clinton Hastings, LL.D., Professor of Comparative Juris- 
prudence. 

Robert P. Hastings, Dean of the Law Faculty. 

F. W. Hatch, A. M., M. D., Professor of Hygiene. 

*H. B. Herr (United States Military Academy), Professor of Civil 
Engineering and Astronomy. 

Frederick G. Hesse, Professor of Industrial Mechanics. 

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

J. A. Hutton, Eighth Infantry, U. S. A., Professor of Military 
Science and Tactics. 

T. B. Kane, M. D., M. R. C. S. I., Professor of Clinical Medicine 
and Pathology. 

' Appointed during absence of Frank Smile Jr. 



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Martin Kellogg, A. M., Dean and Professor of the Latin Language 

and Literature. 
John Le Conte, M. D., LL.D., Professor of Physics. 
Joseph Le Conte, M. D., LL.D., Professor of Geology and Nat- 
ural History. 
A. L. Lengfeld, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Medical 

Chemistry. 
William B. Lewitt, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. 
A. F. McLain, M. D., D. D. S., Professor of Dental Pathology and 

Therapeutics. 
Robert A. McLean, M. D., Professor of Classical and Operative 

Surgery. 
W. F. McNutt, M. D., M. R. C. P., Edin., etc., Professor of Prin- 
ciples and Practice of Medicine. 
Bernard Moses, Ph. D., Professor of History and Political 

Economy. 
John Morton Pomeroy, LL.D., Professor of Municipal Law. 
Albin Putzker, Professor of the German Language and Litera- 

aure. 
Willard B. Rising, Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry. 
W. M. Searby, Ph. G., Professor of Elementary Botany and 

Materia Medica. 
G. A. Shurtletf, M. D., Professor of Mental Diseases and Medical 

Jurisprudence. 
Frank Soule - Jr (United States Military Academy), Professor of 

Civil Engineering and Astronomy. 
Irving Stringhatn, Ph. D., Professor of Mathematics. 
B njamin R. Swan, M. D., Professor of Diseases of Children. 
W. E. Taylor, M. D., Professor of the Principles and Practice of 

Surgery. 
F. H. Terrill, A. M., M. D., Professor of Therapeutics. 
A. M. Wilder, M. D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Otology. 
Mills, Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy and 

Civil Polity. 
Agassiz, Professor of the Oriental Languages and Litera- 



tures. 

David Bancroft, Ph. B., Instructor in Civil Engineering. 

C. B. Bradley, A. B., Instructor in English. 

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, r"h. B., Instructor in Mathematics. 

Win. W. Deamer, A. B., Instructor in Latin (Recorder). 

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

A. Wendell Jackson Jr., Ph. B., Instructor in Mineralogy, Petrog- 
raphy and Economic Geology. 

Henry B. Jones, Instructor in French. 



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Wm. Carey Jones, A. M., Instructor in United States History 
and Constitutional Law. 

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

F. Slate Jr., superintendent of Physical Laboratory, and Instruc- 
tor in Physics and Mechanics. 

John W. Atkinson, Ph. B., Assistant Instructor in Chemistry. 

H. G. Wanton, B. A., Temporary Instructor in English. 

Charles H. Dwindle, Ph. B., Lecturer on Practical Agriculture. 

OTHER OFFICERS. 

Joseph C. Rowell, A. B., Librarian. 

J. J. Rivers, Curator of the Museum. 

Gustave Gehring, S. B., Assistant in Chemistry. 

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

Joseph A. Sladke, Superintendent of Machine Shop. 

Abel Whitton, Manager University Press. 

College of Agriculture — The object of the course in this 
College is, besides genera) culture, to familiarize the student 
with the science underlying the farmer's calling, and with 
the best practice of its several branches, as a preparation tor 
the intelligent and successful exercise of his profession, 
whether as a practical farmer or an agricultural expert. 

College of Mechanics — This College offers the education 
necessary for the mechanical engineer, and for such profes- 
sional pursuits as involve a knowledge of machinery. If 
such is not the aim of the student, he will receive the advan- 
tage of such instruction as will enable him to follow any 
vocation based on the exact sciences. 

College of Mining— This College is designed for student* who 
wish to become mining or metallurgical engineers, or to 
engage in one of the many pursuits connected with the min- 
ing industry, such as surveying and mapping of mines, the 
assaying and working of ores, the designing and use of 
mining or metallurgical machinery, or the exploration of 
mines. 

College of Civil Engineering — The object of this College is 
to give thorough instruction in those studies which pertain 
to the profession of Civil Engineer. To a very considerable 
extent these studies are likewise preliminary to the profes- 
sion of the architect. They are also serviceable to all who 
wish proficiency in the application of mathematics and 
physics. 

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College of Chemistry — The course of instruction in this Col- 
lege is designed for those who wish to become professional 
chemists, either as teachers and investigators, or as anatyt- 
ical chemists, and manufacturers in chemical industries; and 
also for those who wish a thorough groundwork in the sci- 
ence of chemistry, both theoretical and practical, as a prep- 
aration for the future study and practice of Medicine, Phar- 
macy, Metallurgy, etc. While chemistry is the prominent 
study of the College, the course offers at the same time an 
opportunity to pursue a somewhat extended range of studies 
in all the sciences, and such selection of elective studies may 
be made as to meet the special needs of several classes of 
students. 

The Classical Course — This course leads to the degree of Bach- 
elor of Arts, and corresponds to the usual academic course of 
the leading American Colleges. It is designed to offer prep- 
aration for professional study, and to furnish a liberal educa- 
tion. Prominence is given to both Latin and Greek. 

Literary Course — This course leads to the degree of Bachelor 
of Letters, and has the same general purpose as the Classical 
Course. The principal difference in the curriculum is that 
students in the Literary Course do not take Greek, and as an 
offset enjoy a fuller course in English, French and German. 
A broid foundation of literary, historical and scientific cult- 
ure is laid as well in the Literary as in the Classical Course. 
Those who expect to become teachers or editors will notice 
the adaptation of the courses to their future vocation. 

College of Law is held in the Assembly Rooms of the Society 
of Pioneers, 808 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. Robert 
P. Hastings, Dean, 636 Clay Street, San Francisco. 

College of Medicine is held in Toland Hall, S. F., Stockton 
Street between Chestnut and Francisco. Robert A. McLean, 
Dean, 603 Merchant Street, San Francisco. 

College of Dentistry is held in Toland Hall, Stockton Street 
between Chestnut and Francisco, S. F. S. W. Dennis, Dean, 
530 Sutter Street, San Francisco. 

College of Pharmacy is situated at 113 Fulton Street between 
Polk and Van Ness Avenue, S. F. William M. Searby, Dean, 
859 Market Street, San Francisco. 

ex officio regents. 

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officio President of the Board. 
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Honoi-able W. T. Welcker, Sacramento, State Superintendent of 

Public Instruction. 
Honorable P. A. Finigan, 1248 California Street, San Francisco, 

President of the State Agricultural Society. 
P. B. Cornwall, southeast corner Spear and Folsom Streets, San 

Francisco, President of the Mechanics' Institute. 
W. T. Reid, A. M., corner Ellsworth and Allston Streets, Berkeley. 

APPOINTED , REGENTS. 

Term Expires. 
Rev. Horatio Stebbins, D. D., 1609 Larkin Street, San 

Francisco 1894 

Hon. John S. Hager, A. M., LL.D., Palace Hotel, San 

Francisco 1896 

Hon. J. West Martin, Oakland 1888 

Hon. John F. Swift. San Francisco 1898 

A. S. Hallidie, Esq., 6 California Street, San Francisco. . . . 1892 
Hon. Jos. W. Winans, A. M., 604 Merchant Street., San 

Francisco 1890 

Hon. Win. T. Wallace, 324 Pine Street, San Francisco 1886 

Prof. Geo. Davidson, A. M., Ph. D„ United States Coast 

Survey, San Francisco 1884 

John L. Beard, A. M, Centreville 1892 

Hon. A. L. Rhodes, 606 California Street, San Fi-ancisco. . 1888 
Prof. Wm. Ashburner, 1014 Pine Street, San Francisco. . 1896 

Hon. T. Guv Phelps, Belmont 1896 

I. W. Hellman, Esq., Los Angeles 1886 

Geo. T. Marye, Jr., LL. B., 234 Montgomery Street, San 

Francisco 1898 

Arthur Rodgers, A. B., Ph. B., 240 Montgomery Street, 

San Francisco 1890 

George J. Ainsworth, Ph. B., North Temescal 1884 

Regular meetings of the Board of Regents are held quar- 
terly, viz.: on the first Tuesday in March, June, September and 
December. The meeting in June is held at the University, and 
the other at their office in Mechanics' Institute, 31 Post Street, 
San Francisco. 

Classical and English School. 

It is located at 1265 Franklin, and has been open about eight 
years. It was founded by Prof. Geo. F. Degen, as an institu- 
tion of thorough learning in all its branches, and its in- 
creased popularity proves the fact. It is under the direct 
supervision of the thoroughly efficient principals, Isaac 
Wright and Allen E. Janvier. 

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California Medical College (Eclectic). 

Locate' 1 on Clay Street between Tenth and Eleventh Streets. It 
affords a thorough training to both sexes in all the branches 
of medicine. The regular or winter course commences on 
the first Monday of November (annually), and continues for 
six months. The intermediate or summer course commences 
on the first Monday in June, and continues for twelve weeks. 
D. Maclean, M. D., Dean. 

California Military Academy. 

Located corner Telegraph and Prospect Avenues. Col. W. H. 
O'Brien, Principal. 

Hopkins' Academy. 

Located on Plymouth Avenue between Telegraph Avenue and 
Broadway, Academy Hill. Students fitted for the best of 
colleges, also for practical business life. Both sexes are 
received either as day or boarding scholars. Rev. E. H. 
Jewett, Principal. 

Miss Bisbee's School. 

Located on Oak Street between Tenth and Eleventh Streets. This 
is a school for the education of young ladies. Miss S. B. Bis- 
bee, Principal. 

Snell's Seminary. 

Located at 568 Twelfth, intended for young ladies only, re- 
ceived as both day and boarding scholars. Miss Mary E. 
Snell and Richard B. Snell, Principals. 

Oakland Business College and Telegraph Institute. 

Located at 1060 Broadway. It affords a thorough business edu- 
cation to both sexes. It has been established eight years, 
W. J. McGarvey, Principal. 

Mills' Seminary. 

Located about five miles east of Oakland. This institution is 
devoted to the thorough and finished education of young 
ladies. Mrs. C. T. Mills, Principal. 

Sackett School. 

Located at 529 Twenty-first. This school is for bo}s only. D. 
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St. Anthony's Parochial School. 

Located on Sixteenth Avenue between East Fifteenth and East 
Sixteenth. Brother Lascian, Principal. 

Convent of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. 
Located at 1534 Webster, corner Twenty-first. This is a board- 
ing school for young ladies. J. Baptiste, superior provincial. 

St. Mary's Academy. 
Located on southeast corner Eighth and Grove. In charge of the 
Sisters of the Convent of the Sacred Heart. 

St. Mary's Parochial School for Boys. 
Located on northwest corner Seventh and Jefferson, and taught 
by the Christian Brothers. 

St. Mary's Parochial School for Girls. 
Located on northeast corner Seventh and Grove, and taught by 
the Sisters of the Convent of the Sacred Heart. 

Home School. 

Located at 1825 Telegraph Avenue. This is a home school for 
young ladies. Misses L. A. and C. H. Field, Principals. 

St. Joseph's Academy. 
Location on southeast corner Fifth and Jackson. It is under the 
supervision of Brother Lascian for the education of boys 
only. 

CHURCHES. 

First Baptist Church. 
Location southeast corner Fourteenth and Brush Streets, 
Rev. E. H. Gray, pastor, res Blake House. Services, 11 A. M. and 
7.30 p.m.; Young People's Prayer-meeting, 6.30 P. M.Sunday; 
Prayer-meeting, Wednesdays, 7.30 p. M.: Ladies' Meeting, Tues- 
days, 3 P. M. 

Trinity Baptist Church- 
Congregation meets at Medical College Building, Clay be- 
tween Tenth and Eleventh Streets, Rev. William T. Fleenor pas- 
tor, residence 1514 San Pablo Avenue. Services, 11 A. M. and 
7.20 p. M. ; Sunday-school, 12.30 P. M. ; Young People's Prayer- 
meeting, 6.30 p. M. 

First Baptist Church of East Oakland. 
Location northeast corner Tenth Avenue and Fourteenth 
Street; Rev. S. B. Morse pastor, residence 554 East Sixteenth 
Street. Services, 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 12 M.; 
Chinese Sunday-school, 3 P. M. 

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First Congregational Church. 

Location northwest cqrner Twelfth and Clay Streets; Rev. 
John McLean, D. D., pastor, residence 520 Thirteenth Street; 
Ruv. John Rea, associate pastor. Services, 1,1 A. M. and 7.45 P.M.; 
Sunday-school, 12.30 P. M.; Young People's Meeting, 6.45 P. M. 



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First Hebrew Congregation. 

Location south side of Fourteenth Street near Webster Street, 
M. S. Levy Rabbi, resilience 860 Brush. Sabbath-school, 



Saturday, 11 A. M., and Sunday 10 a. M. 

First M. E. Church. 

Location southeast corner Clay and Fourteenth, Rev. C A. 
Holmes pastor, residence 1401 Castro Street. Services, 11 A. M. 
and 745 P. M. ; Prayer-meeting, 6.15 P. M.; Sunday-school, 12.30 
P. M. ; Young People's Meeting, 6.30 P. M. 

First M. E. Church of East Oakland. 

Location Seventh Avenue between East Fourteenth and Fif- 
teenth Streets; Rev. pastor. Services, 11 A. M. and 

7.30 p. M.; Sunday-school, 12.30 p. M.; Praise Service, 6.30 p. m. 

Church of the Immaculate Conception. 

Location west side Jefferson between Seventh and Eighth 
Streets, Rev. Michael King pastor, residence 616 Seventh Street; 
Rev. Thomas McSweeney assistant pastor, res 616 Seventh Street. 
Mass on Sundays at 7, 9 and 10.30 A M. ; Vespers, 7.30 P. M. ; 
Mass on week days at 7 A. M. ; Sunday-school after the 9 A. M. 
mass. 

German Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location north side of Seventeenth Street near San Pablo 

Avenue; Rev. pastor, resilience 526 Seventeenth Street. 

Pleaching, 10.45 A. M. and 7.30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 9.30 A. M.; 
Prayer- meeting, Wednesday 7.30 P. M. 

Centennial Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location 955 Campbell Sh-eet, Rev. A. Holbrook pastor, res- 
idence 1372 Twelfth Street. Preaching, 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M.; 
Sunday-school, 12.15 P. M. Seats free. 

Brooklyn Methodist Episcopal Church. 

Location Seventh Avenue between East Fourteenth and 
East Sixteenth Streets; Rev. J. L. Mann pastor, residence 219 
East Sixteenth. Preaching, 10.45 A. M. and 7.30 p. M 



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Second Presbyterian Church. 

Congregation meets at Kohler's' Hall, corner Center and 
Seventh Streets; Rev. W. ^eott.Whittier pastor. Sabbath-school 
rooms, 13 Chester Hoqs.v conducted by Elders Morrison and Rob- 
ertson. Services, 11.15 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. ; Sabbath-school, 1 
P. M. 

Second Congregational Church. 

Location 1718 Chase Street; Rev. Walter Frear pastor, res- 
idence 1030 Peralta Street. Services, 10.30 A. M. and 7 p. m. 

Reformed Presbyterian Mission. 

Location 1171 Market; Rev. N. R. Johnston 
idence 1136 Myrtle. Services, Sunday, 11 A. M. 



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Location 264 Thirteenth Street, Rev. I. M. Condit pastor, 



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First Presbyterian Church. 
Location northeast corner Thirteenth and Franklin; Rev. 
Francis Horton pastor, residence 578 Fifteenth Street. Services, 
11 a. m. and 7.30 P m. 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church. 

Location Plymouth Avenue between Telegraph Avenue and 
Andover Street; Rev. George Mooar pastor, residence 444 
Edwards Street. Services, 11 A. M.; Sunday-school, 12.30 p. M. ; 
Prayer-meeting, Wednesday, 7.30 P. M. 

St. John's Episcopal Church. 

Location Grove between Seventh and Eighth, Rev. Benjamin 
Akerly rector, residence southwest corner Adeline and Sixteenth 
Streets. Daily service at 10 A. M., Sunday at 11 a. M. and 7.30 
p. M. : Sunday-school, 9.30 A. M. 

St. Anthony's Church. 

Location corner Sixteenth and East Fifteenth Streets; Rev. 
Father William Gleeson rector, res same. Mass at 8 and 10.30 
A. M. on Sundays, week days, 7 A. M.; Vespers, 7.30 P. M.; Sunday- 
school, 2 P. M. 

St. Patrick's Church. 

Location corner Seward and Peralta Streets; Rev. J. B. Mc- 
Nally pastor, res 1626 Seward. First Mass, 6.30 A. M. ; High Mass, 
10.30 A. M.; Vespers, 7 P. M. 

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St. Paul's Episcopal. 

Location southeast corner Fourteenth and Harrison Streets, 
Rev. Hobart Chetwood pastor, residence 371 Tenth. Services, 11 
A. M. and 7.30 p. M. ; Sunday-school, 9.45 A. M. 

Church of the Advent— (Protestant Episcopal). 

Location corner Sixteenth Street and Twelfth Avenue; Rev. 
Hamilton Lee pastor, residence 1305 Twelfth Avenue. Services, 
11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 9.45 A. M. 

Church of Christ. 
Location corner Thirteenth and Jefferson; A. Coplin pastor, 
residence 556 Twentieth. Services, 11 A. M. and 7 P. M.; Prayer- 
meeting, 10 A. M. 

Chinese Mission of M. E. Church. 

Location 612 Fifteenth Street. Sunday-school, 7 P. M. 

Chinese Mission of Baptist Church. 
Location 719 Eleventh Street. 

Chinese Mission of Congregational Church- 
Location 623 Tenth Street. 

Seventh-Day Adventist Church. 

Located corner Clay and Thirteenth; Elder J. H. Waggoner 
pastor, residence corner Twelfth and Casti-o. Services on Sab- 
bath (Saturday), 11 a. m.; Sabbath-school, 9.30 a. m. 

G-olden Gate Congregational Church. 
Location corner Adeline and Thirty-fourth Streets; Rev. 
W. H. Cooke pastor, residence 925 Thirty-sixth Street. 

African Methodist Episcopal Church. 
Location Fifteenth between West and Market Streets ; Rev. 
James L. Grigsby pastor, residence Third between Franklin and 
Webster. Services, 10.45 a. M. and 7 p. m. 

Free Baptist Mission. 

Location 1473 San Pablo Avenue; S. R. Mead superin- 
tendent. Praise Service and Sunday-school, 3 P. M. ; Prayer and 
Instruction Meeting. Thursday 7.30 P. M. 

Trinity Baptist Church. 
Location Medical College Hall, Clay between Tenth and 
Eleventh Streets ; Rev. W. T. Fleenor pastor. Preaching at 11 
A. M. and 7.30 P. M.; Sunday-school, 12.30 p. m. ; Young People's 
Prayer-meeting, 6.30 P. M. 



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Universalist Church. 

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Location corner Thirteenth and Jefferson; Rev. S. Good- ! 

enough pastor- Services, 11 A. m. ; Sunday-school, 12.15 P. M. 

Re-organized Church of Jesus Christ— (Latter-Day Saints). 



Location Shattuck Hall, 
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Preaching, 7.30 P. M. Sunday. 



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Central Mission Sunday-school of the Y. M- C. A. 

Meets every Sunday at rooms of the Young Men's Christian 
Association, 865 Broadway, at 2.30 p. m. ; Praise Service, from 
2.30 to 3 P. M. 

Young Men's Christian Association. 

Ezra S. Fowler, general secretary. On Saturday at 7.30 
P. M. there is exposition of Sunday-school lesson ; Sunday-school, 
2.30 P. M. ; Young Men's Meeting, Tuesday evening; Noonday 
Prayer-meeting and service every day. 

CEMETERIES. 

Mountain View — Located at the terminus of Webster Avenue. 
William Collins superintendent, D. Edward Collins secre- 
tary, W. C. Mason treasurer. 

Odd Fellows — Located at the head of Fruit Vale Avenue. 

St. Mary's — Located at the northern terminus of New Webster 

Street. A. Mclsaac superintendent. 
Hebrew — Located at the terminus of Webster between Mountain 

View and St. Mary's Cemeteries. 

SECRET SOCIETIES. 

Masonic. 

Knights' Templar, Oakland Commandry, No. 11. — Stated 
Conclave first Tuesday of each month in Masonic Temple. 
George D. Metcalf, E. C; J. B. Merritt, General; Z. T. Gil- 
pin, C. G.; H. B. Sears, Prelate; R. W. Miller, Treasurer; 
Samuel T. Black. Recorder; Chas. F. Burnham, S W.; Robt. 
A. Hughes, J. W ; Win, G. dimming, St. B.; Frank E. 
Brigham, Sword B.; Chas. H. Hewes, W.; James H. Todd, 
Herald; S. W. Allum, E. H. Morgan, Chas. W. Wilkins, 
Guards; C. E. Gillett, Sentinel. 



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Live Oak Lodge, No. 61, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings first 
Friday in each month at Masonic Temple. Robert J. Beebv, 
W. M.; E. C. Robinson, S. W.; W. F. i erry, J. W.; P. 
Baker, Treasurer; John C. Marsh, Secretary; H. P. Dawlton, 
S. D.; A. J. Share, J. D.; W. H. Parrish, W.; O. C. Osborne, 
M. D. Hyde, Stewards; G. H. Tilly, Tyler. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 188, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings first 
Saturday of each month at Masonic Temple. Thomas J. 
O'Keefe, W. M.; Gilbert S. Keys, S. W.; Edward Child, J. 
W.; C. B. Rutherford, Treasurer; Alvah K. Clark, Secretary; 
J. E. Benton, Chaplin; Fred L. Button, S. D.; Wm. H. 
Eadon, J. D. ; J. K. Kerchival, Marshal ; H. A. Powell, E. H. 
Morgan, Stewards; A. S. Bradford, Tyler. 

Alcatraz Lodge, No. 244, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings first 
Monday of each month at Masonic Hall, corner Seventh and 
Willow. Membership, 75. A. G. Anthony, W. M.; J. Gor- 
ham, S. W.; Eugene Perkins, J. W.; W. S. Snook, Treas- 
urer; J. Hollywood, Secretary; A. Mar, S. D.; S. W. Proth- 
ers, J. D.; W. G. dimming, Marshal; S. Day, Tyler. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 225, F. and A. M. — Stated meetings are 
held on the first Tuesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hail, cor- 
ner Eleventh and East Central Avenues, East Oakland. J. 
A. Webster, W. M. ; J. V. Webster, S. W.; Membership 
about 45. 

Alameda Chapter, No. 36, R. A. M. — Stated meetings first and 
third Wednesdays of each month, at Masonic Temple. 
Samuel T. Black, H. P.; Chas. N. Fox, K.; M. Eadon, S. ; 
Chas. D. Pierce, Treasurer; Webb N. Pearce, Secretary; 
Wm. Craib, C. of H; F. B. Rodolph, P. S.; Charles W. 
Ifewes, R. A. C; Robert Ward, M. 3 V.; J. Miller, M. 2 V.; 
W. F. Southard, M. 1 V.; C. E. Gillett, Guard. 

Oakland Chapter, No. 26, R. A. M. — Stated meetings first and 
third Mondays of each month, at Masonic Temple. 
Chas. E. Gillett, M. E. H. P.; Amasa W. Bishop, E. King; 
Frederick W. Knight, E. S.; W. Frank Pierce, Treasurer; 
James Lentell, Secretary; Wm. B. Clayton, C. of H; James- 
T. Gardiner, P. S; E. Winchester, R. A. C; David D. Crow- 
ley, M. 3 V.; Geo. Goodman, M. 2 V.; Henrv R. Dalton, 
M. 1 V. 

Oakland Council, No. 12., R. and S. M. — Special meetings 
third Thursday of each month at Masonic Temple. James B. 
Merritt, T. 111. M.; Robert A. Hughes, D. M.; Edward H. 
Morgan, P. 0. of W.; Thos. H. Pinkerton, Treasurer; E. 
Winchester, Recorder; Z T. Gilpin, C. of G.; Chas. T. Burn- 
ham, C. of C; James Miller, Steward; J. A. Zimmerman, 
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Oakland Lodge of Perfection, No. 12, A. and A. S. Rite — 
Stated meetings second and fourth Mondays of each month at 
Masonic Temple. John A. Benson, V. M. ; James B. Merritt, 
S. W. ; Thomas J. O'Keefe, J. W; E. A. Sherman, Or.; J. E. 
Witcher, AI.; A. Chabot, Treas; L. W. All um, Secretary ; Rob- 
ert A. Hughes, M. of C; A. W. Bishop, S. Ex; Charles F. 
Burnhain, J. Ex.; E. H. Morgan C. of G.; 0. E. Gillett, 
Tyler. 

Gethsemane Chapter, No. 5, Rose Croix — John M. Buffington, 
W. M.; John A. Benson, S. W. ; Charles F. Burnham, J. W.; 
M. W. Upton, Or.; J. E. Witcher, Al.; A. Chabot, Treas.; 
L. W. Allum, Secretary; W. Frank Pierce, M. of C; E. H. 
Morgan, S. Ex. ; A. W. Bishop, J. Ex.; Robert A. Hughes, 
G. of T.; C. E. Gillett, Sentinel. 

De Molay Council, No. 2, Knights of Kadosh — Stated meet- 
ing tirst Thursday of each month at Masonic Temple; Ed- 
ward A. Sherman, Com; N. W. Spaulding, 1st L. Com.; J. 
B. Merritt, 2d L. Com.; J. W. Dodge, Chan. ; M. W. Upton, 
Or.; J.E. Witcher, Al.; L. W. Allum, Recorder; A. Chabot, 
Treas; W. Frank Pierce, M. of C. ; John A. Benson, Tur.; W. 
T. Hamilton, Dra. ; Robert A. Hughes, 1st D.; E. H. Morgan, 
2d D.; A. F. Williams, B. of B. ; Charles F. Burnham, B of 
1st St.; James R. Glover, B. of 2d St.; C. E. Gillett, L of G. 

Adoptive Masonry, the Order of the Eastern Star. 

Oak Leaf Chapter, No. 8 — Stated meetings second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at Masonic Temple. Martha 
Baker, W. M.; Z. T. Gilpin, W. P.; Abbie A. Jenks, A. 
M. ; S. Anderson, Treas.; Maud Howard, Secretary; O. C. 
Wheeler, Chaplain; Emma Welch, Adah; A. Child, Ruth; 
May Gilpin, Esther; Lizzie Clift, Martha; Ellen Wheeler, 
Electa; E. D. Farrington, Organist; Julia T. Gardiner, 
Warden; A. S. Baker, Sentinal. 

Unity Chapter, No. 65 — Stated meetings first and third Friday 
of each month at Masonic Hall, corner Seventh and Willow. 
J. M. McGuire, W. P.; Lizzie Wardell, W. M.; Mary Mc- 
Guire, A. M. ; Carrie Bassett, Secretary; T. Beretta, Treas- 
urer. 

West Oakland Masonic Hall and Building Association — 
Stated meetings third Thursday of each month at their hall, 
corner Seventh and Willow Streets; was organizedin 1876 for 
the purpose of huildinga hall for lodge and civic purposes; it 
cost $25,000, and is now paying large interest on the invest- 
ment to the shareholders. Officers: A Merle, President; W. 
Wagner, Vice-President and Treasurer; A. Sbarboro, Seere- 
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25,1878. Capital, $100,000 divided into 10,000 shares of $10.00 
each. Located corner Twelfth and Washington. F. K. Shat- 
tuck, President; A. Chabot, Vice-President; C. E. Gillett, 
Secretary ; V. D. Moody, Treasurer. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

Porter Lodge, No. 272 — Meets every Tuesday evening at Koh- 
ler's Hall, corner Seventh and Chester Streets. Membership, 
53. T. Jarvis, N. G. ; F. F. Bacon, V. G.; R. H. Moskiman, Jr. 
Recording Secretary; Martin Mauerhan, Permanent Secre- 
tary, E. E. Crowell, Treasurer. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 118 — Meets every Tuesday evening at Odd 
Fellows' Hall. Membership, 275. James E. Johnson, N. G. ; 
Alexander Giddes, V. G.; James Templeton, Recording Secre- 
tary; A. Drinkwater, Financial Secretary; Peter Baker, 
Treasurer. 

University Lodge, No. 144 — Meets everv Thursday evening at 
Odd Fellows' Hall. Membership, 180- A. S. Ward, N. G.; S. 
P. Hall. V. G. ; D. E. Bortree, Recording Secretary; S. H. 
Mitchell, Financial Secretary; J. A. Johnson, Treasurer. 
; Fountain Lodge, No. 198 — Meets every Monday evening at Odd 
Fellows' Hall. Membership, 150. Joseph Hanush, N. G.; A. 
E. Janvier, V. G. ; Ward Davidson, Recording Secretary: P. 
J. Ipsen, Financial Secretary; E. Kreyenhagen, Treasurer. 

Golden Rule Encampment, No. 34 — Meets on the first and third 
Friday evenings of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mem- 
bership, 150. A. S. W i rd, Chief Patriarch; Joseph E. Johns- 
ton, High Priest; A. D. Smith, Senior Warden; Alexander 
Giddes, Junior Warden; George W. Lewis. Scribe; J. E. Ben- 
ton, Treasurer. 

Harbor Lodge, No. 253 — Meets every Wednesday evening at Ma- 
sonic Hall, corner Seventh and Willow Streets. Membership, 
90. J. M. Cohen, J. P. G.; H.J. Amerman, N. G.; H.E.I wards, 
V. G.; R. G. Graham, Permanent and Recording Secretary; 
A. W. Hughes, 'Treasurer; Dr. A. G. Anthony, Medical Ex- 
aminer. 

Alameda Degree Lodge, No. 5 — Meets on the second and fourth 
Friday evenings of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. Mem- 
bership, 500. H. K. Snow, Degree Master; Jacob Mueller, 
Deputy Degree Master; M. McKinzie, Secretary; W. P. Wet- 
more, Treasurer. 

Evening Star Lodge, No. 263 — Meets every Wednesday even- 
ing at Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland Membership, 
61. W A. Follrath, P. G.; W. C. Askwith.N. G.; Joseph An- 
derson, V. G.; J. A. Sweet, Recording Secretary; F. Schim- 
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United Order of Odd Fellows — (colored) Meets every Tues- 
day evening at Gerraania Hall. Membership, 35. Walter 
Edmonds, N. G.; W. Stewart Jr., V. G.; J. B. Wilson, P. N. 
G.; D. D. Jacobs, N. F. ; R. T. W. James, P. S.; W. F. Tay- 
lor, Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Libraries — Second floor Odd Fellows' Hall; open 
every day, Sundays excepted, from 9 A. m. to 9 p. m. ; P. J. 
Ipsen, Librarian. Also Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland. 

Odd Fellows' Relief Committee — Meetings are held every 
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
J. M. Cohen, President; J. E Crane, Secretary. 

Vorwaerts Lodge, No. 313 — Members, 50. H. Fashain, N. G.; 
A. Ringgeuberg, V. G.; T. Gier, Recording Secretary; E. J. 
Seibold, Financial Secretary; G. Blum, Treasurer. 

Oakland Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 16 — Meets every Wed- 
nesday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall. Members, 78. Mrs. S. 
C. Jones, N. G. ; Miss J. Graves, V. G. ; Mrs. Davis, Record- 
ing Secretary; Mr A. McKenzie, Financial Secretary; 
Mrs Watkins, Treasurer. 

Brooklyn Rebekah Degree Lodge, No. 12 — Meets every 
Monday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Central Avenue, 
East Oakland. Members, 82. L. J. Pinkham, N. G.; Mrs. J. 
Whipple, V. G. ; Miss K. Icke, Recording Secretary; Mrs. 
Anna Liese, Treasurer. 

Orion Lodge, No. 189 — Meets every Saturday evening at Odd 
Fellows' Hall, corner East Central and Eleventh Avenues, 
East Oakland. Membership, 98. James Taylor, N. G.; W. 

C. White, V. G.; W. H. Hamilton, Recording Secretary; Geo. 
Chase, Financial Secretary; V. S. Northey, Treasurer. 

Odd Fellows' Hall Association — Meets on the last Monday 
evening of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. W. H. Rouse, 
President; George W. Lewis, Secretary; E. Childs, Treas- 
urer. 

Independent Order of Red Men. 
(Exclusively German.) 
Alamkda Stamm, No. 113 — Meets every Sunday evening at Ger- 
mania Hall. Membership, 50. Frank Seurnm, D. G. O; 
J. Harris, O. C. ; John Joergens, U. O; Maiwald, B. C; 

D. Vogt, Treasurer; O. Seeland, Secretary. 

Independent Order B'nai B'rith. 
Oakland Lodge, No. 252 — Meets at Medical College Hall, west 
side of Clay between Tenth and Eleventh Streets, every Sun- 
day. Membership, 95. A. Hirshberg, Monitor ; G. Moshacher, 
President; J. Jacobs, Vice-President; J. Rosenberg, Secre- 
tary; J. M. Cohen, Treasurer; A. Silverstein, Warden. 



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California Lodge, No. 2 — Meets every Thursday evening at 
Germania Hall. Membership, 80. H. Scheiding, President; 
J. Liedermann, Vice-President; C. Blessing, Recording Secre- 
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Division No. 1 — Meets on the third Thursday of each month at 
St. Mary's Hall, corner Seventh and Grove Streets. M. J 
Ryan, President; John Coveney, Financial Secretary; S. Cro- 
nin, Recording Secretary; James Sullivan, Treasurer. 

Division No. 2 — Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 
St. Mary's Hall, corner Seventh and Grove Streets. P. 
Heverin, President; P. Haley, Vice-President; B. McManus, 
Financial Secretary ; Thomas Walsh, Recording Secretary ; 
Flinn, Treasurer. 

Division No. 3 — Meets on the second Wednesday of each month 
at St. Mary's Hall, corner Seventh and Grove Streets. John 
Powan, President ; P. Healy, Vice-President; B. McManus, 
Financial Secretary; F. Walsh, Recording Secretai'y; E. 
Cavanagh, Treasurer. 

Knights of Honor. 
Ivanhoe Lodge, No. 1889 — Meets at Kohler's Hall every 

Thursday evening. Membership, 65. T. H. McDonald, P. D.; 

E. T. Hnbback, D.; H. H. C. Lemkuhl, V. D.; R. Bernhard, 

A. D. , E. M. Corlis, Chaplain ; E. F. Kohler, Treasurer ; W. 

G. Hawkett, Reporter; N. B. Hoyt, Financial Reporter; 

J. B. Macclonald, Guide; R. Steinbruck, Guardian; J. 

Noble, Sentinel. 
Clinton Lodge, No. 2019 — Meets every second and fourth 

Wednesday of each month at Washington Hall, corner 

Sixth Avenue and East Central Avenue. Members, 44. 

David Hughes^ P. D.; J. L. Bucklev, D.; S. C.Archibald, 

V. D.; T. F. Steere, A. D. ; W. H. Wood, Reporter; C. '. 

Nichols, Financial Recorder; George H. True, Treasurer; 

M. W. Fish, Chaplain; H. Farrier, Guide; H. H. Colby, 

Guardian. 

Knights of Pythias. 
Liberty Lodge, No. 35 — Meets every Thursday evening at 

Masonic Hall, corner Seventh and Willow Streets. Members, 

125. L. A. Parker, P. C; H. La Perle, C. C; F. L. Burt, 

V. C; A. C. Partello, P.; W. H. Watkins, K. of R. and S.; 

J. Collyer, M. of F. ; H. Y. Baker, M. of E. ; T. H. Maddern, 

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Brooklyn Lodge. No. 32 — Meets every Monday evening at 
Schimmelpfenniofs Hall, East Oakland. Members, 127. F. 
L. Janis, P. C; F. A. Bemis, C. C; C. L. Parsons, V. C; A. 
A. Davis, Prelate; C. J. H. Luth, K. of R. and S.; T. Jack- 
son, M. of F. ; F. Schimmelpfennig, M. of E. ; E. L. Law- 
rence, M. of A. 

Live Oak Lodge, No. 17 — Meets every Wednesday evening at 
Odd Fellows' Hall. Members, 155. W. O. Buckland, P. C; 

August Welander, C. C; Keller, V. C; Philip Journal, 

Prelate; H. A. Holland, K. of R. and S.; D. B. Bankhead, 
M. of E.; E. Bernstein, M. of F. ; G. A. Fisher, M. of A.; J. J. 
Perry, I. G. ; J. C. Orr, O. G. ; H. Maddern, Organist. 

Oakland Lodge, No. 103 — Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Shattuck Hall, corner Eighth Street and Broadway. Mem- 
bers, 54. Perrv P. Bonham, P. C. ; Z. Abraham, C. C. ; J. 
M. Vaughn, V. C; George F. Kellogg, P.; Charles H. Pond, 
M. of A°; George A. White, M. of E.; E. A. Goddard, M. of F.; 
R. H. Gans, K. of R. and S.; W. F. Esmond, I. G.; E. J. 
Kahn, O. G. 

Chosen Friends. 

Brooklyn Council, No. 50 — Meets every Tuesday evening at 
Schimmelpfennig's Hall, East Oakland. Members, 73. F. 
J. Farnham, P. C. C. ; J. A. Sweet, C. C; Mrs. Clara Foil- 
rath, V. C; Mrs. R. J. Drucker, Prelate; A. Schmidt, Secre- 
tary; W. A. Follrath, Financier; Mrs. L. Schimmelpfennig, 
Treasurer; Mrs. E. W. Crossman, Marshal; W. H. Cowan, 
Warden; John W. Berling, Guard; F. Schimmelpfennig, 
Sentry. 

Oakland Council, No. 20 — Meets every second and fourth 
Monday of each month at Kolder's Hall. Members, 64. 
J. L. Moser, C. C. ; R. Springer, Secretary; J. Henenger, 
Treasurer. 

Germania Council, No. 66 — Meets every Friday evening at 
Gerniania Hall. Membership about 100. John Dreier, C. C; 
J. Klump, V. C. ; J. Rummeck, Secretary; F. Harding, 
Financial Secretary-; H. Fege, Treasurer. 

Oak Leaf Council, No. 55— Meets on the first and third 
Wednesday of each month at Workman's Hall, corner 
Twelfth and Franklin. Membership, 72. C. K. Robinson, 
C. C. ; Mrs. E. M. Hanavan, Secretary; H. Merriman, 
Treasurer. 

Unity Council, No. 199 — Meets every Saturday evening at 
Shattuck Hall. Membership, 74. J. B. Fields, C. C; 
McMahon, Secretary; , Treasurer. 

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Independent Order of Good Templars. 

Fountain Lodge, No. 193 — Meets every Monday evening at 
Medical College Hall, Clay Street between Tenth and Elev- 
enth Streets. Membership, 125. James R. Sheehan, W. C. T.; 
Miss I. Bort, W. V. T. ; A. Thompson, W. S.; A. A. Dun- 
combe, W. T.; Miss E. McCannant, W. F. S. ; Miss G. Brick- 
erton, W. D.; Mrs. Snow, R. H. S.; Mrs. E. H. Wilkins, 
L. H. S.; W. J. Reed, Jr., P. W. C. T. 

Brooklyn Lodge, No. 384 — Meets every Thursday evening at 
Schemmelpfennig's Hall, on East Central Avenue between 
Fifteenth and Sixteenth Avenue, East Oakland. Members, 
about 44. H. Hale, W. C. T; Miss K. Icke, W. V. T.; Miss 
D. Sweet, W. S.; Miss H. Freeman, W. F. S.; J. S. Naismith, 
W. T.; G. G. Smith, W. I. G.; Miss R. Schemmelpfennig, 
W. O. G. ; T. Le Ballister, P. W. C. T. 

Ancient Order United Workmen. 

California No. 1, A. 0. U. W. — Instituted Aug. 21, 1875. Meets 
every Tuesdav evening at Masonic Hall, corner Seventh and 
Willow. Members, 132. B. J. Donahue, P. M. W; J. N. Har- 
ris, M. W.; J. L. Edwards, Foreman; H. Bruck, Overseer; 
William H. Wilkinson, Recorder; George N. Berdan, Finan- 
cier; M. B. Smith, Receiver; S. Martin, Guide; Dr. W. M. 
Brown, Medical Examiner. 

Brooklyn No3 t A. O. U. W.— Instituted Sept. 19, 1876. Meets 
every Thursday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland. 
Members, 90. J. W. Watson, P. M. W.; E. W. Bradley, M. 
W. ; George Chase, Recorder; O. Whipple, Financier; J. K. 
Smallman, Receiver; H. L. Farrier, Foreman. 

Occidental No. 6, A. O. U. W. — Instituted July 20, 1877. Meets 
every Friday evening at Kohler's Hall, West Oakland- 
Members, 235 F. R Weigle, P. M. W. ; G. H. Garthorne,' 
M. W. ; John Ainsworth, Foreman; John Kitchen, Overseer; 
T. H. McDonald, Guide; W. G. Hawkett, Recorder; N. B. 
Hoyt, Receiver; William Pirrie, Financier; J Mitchell, I. W.; 
M. Mauerhan, Outside Watchman. 

Legion of Honor. 

•Union Council, No. 168, A. L. of H. — Meets every alternate 
Friday at Odd Fellows' Hall, East Oakland, corner East Cen- 
tral and Eleventh Avenues. Membership upwards of 80. A. L. 
Fuller, Commander; W. H. H. Hamilton, Vice-Commander; 
J. E. Blethen, Past Commander; M. J. Hamilton, Secretary. 



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MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 

Chinese Presbyterian Association — Meets every Sunday at 
8 P. M. at 264 Thirteenth Street. Membership, 50.' This in- 
stitution is for the Christianization of those Chinese who 
have renounced idols and idolatry, and lead an upright life. 
All such are entitled to a membership. 

Hebrew Congregation Association — Meets first Sunday of 

each month at Hall, corner Eighth and Broadway. 

* Members. 60. D. S. Hirshberg, President; J. M. Cohen, Vice- 
President; G. Bernstein, Secretary; L. Hirshberg, Treasurer; 
A Cerf, S. H. Henry, A. Jonas and M. Marcuse, Trustees. 

Germania Hall Association — Meets first Tuesday of each month 
at Germania Hall. D. Vogt, President; John Marten, Secre- 
tary; William Hamiltenberg, Treasurer. 

Verein Eintracht — Meets at Eintracht Hall every Tuesday. 
Membership, 148. F. Schroder, President; C. Laso, Vice- 
President; R. Stenitzky, Recording Secretary; W. Berges, 
Financial Secretary; H. Scheiding, Treasurer. 

Oakland Turn Verein — Meetings are held on the first and 
third Wednesday evening of each month at Germania Hall. 
A library of a thousand volumes and a reading-room are 
connected with this Verein; open every evening from 8 to 10. 
Members, 90. A. Heinze, President; D. Vogt, Vice-President; 

Pflug, Secretary; Frank Senram, Treasurer; W. Con- 

rade, Leader; A. M. Schutt. Steward and Librarian. 

National Lincoln Association, California Division — The 
purpose for which this association is formed is to perpetuate 
the memory of the Martj'r President Abraham Lincoln by 
annual celebration of his birthday; to hold memorial serv- 
ices on the anniversary of Ids death, and do such other acts 
as may be deemed expedient to preserve and cherish his 
memory and the principles of loyality to country and free- 
dom, for which he died; and also to cultivate social inter- 
course amongst its members. An annual meeting and serv- 
ices are held on February 12th, and memorial services on 
April loth. Directors — Washington Aver, Columbus Wa- 
terhouse, J. S. Cogswell, Reginald FT. Webster, and Charles 
H. Wells, S. F.; Edwin A. Sherman and J. M. Buffington, 
Oakland. 

Homeopathic Hospital Society— Organized 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 can be admitted on application to 
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Members, 150. This society is composed exclusively ofi 
colored members, and has for its object mutual improvement! 
and social intercourse; coupled with this is also a system of 
mutual benefits which provide for a payment of four dol- 
lars a week during sickness, and the sum of seventy^five 
dollars for funeral expenses, in case of death of any member. 
Society meets at Armory Hall, Thirteenth between Bay 
and Franklin Streets, on the second and fourth Mondays of 
each month. John Rivers, President; D. D. Jacobs, Vice- 
President; Miss R. Holland, Financial Secretary; Miss Sophie 
Dobson, Recording Secretary; J. B. Hand} 7 , Treasurer. 

The Brooklyn Cosmopolitan Society — Meets at Odd Fellows' 
Hall, corner East Central and Eleventh Avenues. Objects, 
temperance and literary. J. J. Pensain, President; J. H. 
Taggart, Secretary. 

West Oakland Mutual Loan Association — Incorporated July 
21, 1857. Paid up capital, $250,000. Capital stock, $600,000. 
Members, 300. Office Masonic Hall corner Seventh and Wil- 
low Streets. This is a mutual banking and savings associa- 
tion, for the saving of earnings and the financial advancement 
of its members to whom it makes loans at 6 per cent, per an- 
num. Its officers are: E. Merle, President; George D. Welch, 
Vice-President; A. Sbarboro, Secretary. 



BANKS. 

First National Bank of Oakland — Incorporated May 15,1 
1875. Located at 1002 Broadway; V. D. Moody, President; 1 
B. F. Mann, Vice-President; A. D. Thomson, Cashier. j 
Authorized capital, $1,000,000. Paid up capital, $100,- 
000. 

Union National Bank — Incorporated May 26, 1875. Located 
southeast corner Broadway and Ninth; H. A. Palmer, Presi- 
dent; C. E. Palmer, Cashier. Capital, $150,000. 

Union Savings Bank — Incorporated May 26, 1869. Located 
southeast corner Ninth and Broadway; J. West Martin, 
President; H. A. Palmer, Treasurer. Loans, $1,748,739.67, 
Deposits, $1,691,670.78; Capital and Reserve Fund, $300,000. 

The Oakland Bank of Savings — Incorporated August 13, 1867. 
Located northeast corner Broadway and Twelfth; E. C. Ses- 
sions, President; W. W. Garth waite, Cashier; Authorized 
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LIBRARIES. 

Free Library and Central Reading Rooms of Oakland. 

North side of Fourteenth Street, between Washington and Clay- 
Streets. The association has been formed to provide a free read- 
ing-room tothe public. Here will be found newspapers and peri- 
odicals aggregating over one hundred in number. The library- 
contains nearly 10,000 volumes. Branches of this institution 
have been established at 1704 Seventh Street, West Oakland, and 
at 622 East Central Avenue, East Oakland. Open daily, Sun- 
days and holidays excepted, from 9 A. M. to 8 p. M. Reading- 
room open on Sundays and holidays, from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 
Wilbur Walker, President; E. M. Long, Secretary and Treas- 
urer- Miss Ina D. Coolbrith, Librarian; Henry F. Peterson, 1st 
Assistant Librarian; Mrs. J. L. Plummer, 2d Assistant Li- 
brarian; Curator Central Reading Rooms, W. G. Dinsmore. 

E. A. Trefethen, Columbus Brier, E. 
Regular meetings held first Tuesday 



Trustees, O. H. Burnham, 
M. Long, Wilbur Walker, 
of each month. 

Odd Fellows' Library. 

Second floor of Odd Fellows' Hall Building, northwest corner 
of Franklin and Eleventh Streets. The present number of vol- 
umes in the library is a little over 4,200; several hundred vol- 
umes have recently been added to the collection. During 1880, 
19 623 volumes were taken out for persual. The library is sus- 
tained by Oakland, University, and Fountain Lodges, of Oak- 
land, and Porter Lodge, of West Oakland; each lodge contribu- 
ting 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: Judge S. F. Daniels, President; 
W. A. Rouse, Secretary; A S. Bradford, 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 bv Orion Lodge, of East Oakland. W. H. 
Hamilton, President; F. M. W. Fish, Secretary; H W. Barnes, 
Treasurer; W. C. White, Librarian. 



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Herald of Truth (semi-monthly.) Devoted to the religious in- 
terests of the Pacific Coast. Rev. G. S. Abbott, editor. 
Subscription $1.25 per annum. 

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

Signs of the Times, corner Castro Street and Central Avenue. 
Elder J. H. Waggoner, editor; Elder E. J. Waggoner, assist- 
ant editor; Elder U. Smith, corresponding editor. Published 
weekly by the Pacific Press Publishing Co. Subscription 
price, $2.00 per year. 

Oakland Independent— (weekly). Moffitt & Burke publishers 
and proprietors, 459 Ninth Street. 

Mirror— (The Illustrated). Mirror Publishing Co. publishers, 
954 Broadway. 

Oakland Press— (weekly). De Witt C. Lawrence editor and 

proprietor, 1520 Seventh Street. 
Scientific Californian— (monthly journal). William 0. Thrail- 

kill, M. S., M. D., D. D. S., editor and proprietor, office 1003| 

Broadway. 

Dental Jairus — (monthly journal of dental and oral science). 
Dr. Wm. O Thrailkill editor and proprietor, 1003i|Brcad- 
way. 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Dietz Opera House, north side of Central Avenue, near the cor- 
ner of Webster and Twelfth Streets. 

Germania Hall, east side of Webster between Sixth and Sev- 
enth. 

Oakland Theater (Tivoli), located at 467 Fourteenth Street, in 
the Camron Block. 

Golden Gate Theater, variety entertainment, J. Harvv Church, 
sole proprietor. Conducted nightly.- 

STREET RAILROADS. 

Oakland Railroad — Runs from the foot of Broadway, via Tele- 
graph Avenue, to Berkeley, a distance of nearly six miles. 
J. S. Emery president, H. H. Towns secretary, G. Y. Loring 
superintendent. Office room 2, Wilcox Block, 921 Bread- 
way. 

Broadway and Piedmont Railroad— Runs from Seventh 
and Washington Street, via Fourteenth Street, Broadway 
and Webster Street, to Mountain View and St. Mary's Ceme- 
teries, thence by a branch to Piedmont Springs, a distance 
of about four miles. Walter Blair, president. Officers and 
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San Pablo Avenue Raileoad — Runs from Broadway and 
Seventh Street, via San Pablo Avenue, to the Oakland Trot- 
ting- Park, Emery Station, about two miles and a half. 
Officers and office, room 2, Wilcox Block. 

Beooklyn and Feuit Vale Raileoad — Runs from Brooklyn 
Station to the northern terminus of Fruit Vale Avenue, via 
Thirteenth Avenue, Sanders Street and Fourteenth Avenue, a 
distance of nearly three miles. E. C. Sessions, president, 
W. W. Gill, secretary. Office and officers 1106 Broadway 
near Twelfth Street. 

Oakland, Beooklyn and Feuit Vale Raileoad— Runs from 
Broadway and Seventh Street to Sixth Avenue, via Broad- 
way, Central and East Central Avenues. Office Sixth Ave- 
nue near East Central Avenue. Officers: Hiram Tubbs, pres- 
ident, W. C. Mason, secretary. Office Sixth Avenue near 
East Central Avenue. 

Foueteenth Steeet Raileoad — Runs from Washington and 
Seventh Streets to Point Station, via Washington, Fourteenth 
and Wood Streets. Branch from Seventh and Market Streets 
to Twenty-fourth Street; terminus at Adeline Street. Wal- 
ter Blair, president. Office 522 Fourteenth Street. 

Alameda, Oakland and Piedmont Railroad — Runs from 
Seventh Street and Broadway to Water, to and across Webster 
Street Bridge to Alameda, making its terminus at Park 
Street. 

POST-OFFICES. 

Located at the junction of Broadway, San Pablo Avenue 
and Fourteenth Street. W. E. Dargie, Postmaster; L. T. Farr, 
Assistant Postmaster and Superintendent City Delivery; Webb N. 
Pearce, Assistant Superintendent City Delivery and t Registry 
Clerk; C. E. Little, Money Order Clerk; J. H. Russau, Mailing 
Clerk ; W. H. Adams, Mailing Clerk ; P. Talty, Jr., Stamp and 
Box Clerk; F. A. Poor, General Delivery Clerk; F. C. Caldwell, 
General Delivery Clerk; E. J. Fennon, Distributing Clerk; C. E. 
Ellis, C. J. Raleigh, Thomas Story, R. E. Coady. E. R. Parsons, 
A. D. Cameron, C. C. Boyer, William L. Ranlett, J. G. Kilborn, 
C. E. Parsons, Benjamin Crandell, D. H. Bolce, Letter Carriers; 
R. G. Benton, Mail Messenger. 

Office Hours — General Delivery open daily from 7 A. M. to 
7.30 P. M.; Sundays, from 10 to 11 A. M. Registry Office open 
daily, except Sunday, from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Stamp window, 
open daily from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M., except Sunday. Money order 
office, open daily from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M., Sundays excepted. Car- 
riers' Window, open daily from 7 A. M. to 5 P. M. ; Sundays, from 
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MANUFACTORIES. 

The shirt factory of M. J. Keller, of 1007 Broadway, is well 
worthy of mention as an industry of Oakland. It is the only 
one of any prominence in Oakland, and does the largest custom 
shirt business on the Pacific Coast. Mr. Keller supplies good 
to very best shirts from 75 cts. to $1.75 at retail, besides a lib- 
eral discount to the trade. His shipments by express to all parts 
of the Pacific States and Territories are very large. 



ALAMEDA. 



TOWN GOVERNMENT. 

Board of Trustees — James M. Gray, President; William 
Simpson, C. A. Edson, E. F. Rae, and I. P. Allen. This Board is 
elected in May of each year. Regular meetings every Tuesday 
evening. 

Board of School Directors — John Barton, President; A 
Mayrisch, Henry Herbert, T. 0. Morris, Thomas A. Thompson 
and Isaac Mannheim. Elected for three years, two members 
retiring each year. Regular meetings are held every Monday 
evening. D. J. Sullivan, Superintendent of Schools and ex officio 
member Board of Education. 

Town Treasurer and Tax Collector — Norris W. Palmer;, 
elected for one year. 

Town Attorney — John Ellsworth; elected for one year. 

Town Clerk — John Ellsworth ; appointed by the Board of 
Trustees. 

Town Assessor and Auditor — E. Minor Smith ; elected for 
one year. 

Civil Engineer and Street Superintendent — I. N. Chapman; 
elected for one year. 

County Assessor for Township — E. Minor Smith; elected for 
one year. 

Justices of the Peace — E. O. Crosby; office east side of Park 
Street, opposite Pacific Avenue. C. M. Radcliff, office Santa 
Clara Avenue next to post-office. 

Police ' fficers — James Cook, Chief. George S. Redding, 
Joseph Lawrence, David F. Chisholm and C. Foster. 

Pound Master — Joseph M. Graham. 



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PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Alameda High School, north side Santa Clara Avenue 
between Willow and Chestnut Streets. This school occupies a 
first-class two-story and basement building of nine rooms, cost- 
ing $16,000. Josiah Keep, Principal; J. H. EiekhofF, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Mrs. M. J. Worthen, Miss B. T. Vollman, Miss N. Fletcher, 
Mrs. J. H. Phelps, Mrs. C. J. Newberry, Miss L. Flanders and 
Mrs. A. C. Paris, Assistants. 

Alameda School — Southeast corner Van Buren and Mound 
Streets. A one-story building of three rooms, costing $4,000. 
Miss N. L. Smith, Principal; Miss M. S. Sohlke, Assistant. 

Encinal School — Northwest corner Bay Street and Santa 
Clara Avenue. A two-room frame building, costing $2,500. 
Mrs. N. J. Ash ton Principal, Miss Kittie Heath, Assistant. 

Porter Grammar School — Alameda Avenue between Oak 
and Walnut Streets. A two-story frame building, costing 
$11,000. Mrs. Jennie Burge, Principal. Miss A. H.Cohen, Miss 
M. E. Sabin, Miss L. K. Taney, Mrs. Kate M. Hare, Miss Essie 
Seymour, Miss Mabel Griswold, Mrs. Geraldine Clement and Miss 
L. Megerle, Assistants. 

West End School — Corner Second and Pacific Avenues. 
A two-story frame building of four rooms, costing $5,000. Mrs. 
E. P.Smith, Principal. Miss M. Cohen, Miss M. Fitzpatrick and 
Miss M. H. McLean, Assistants. 

Bay Farm School — Miss Mabel H. Baker, teacher. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Alameda Volunteer Fire Department — W. T. Valentine, 
Chief Engineer; W. Y. Stahl, Assistant Engineer first district ; 
Charles Sturm, Assistant Engineer second district. The depart- 
ment consists of two hook and ladder companies and four hose 
companies, as follows: — 

Citizen Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1 — Located on the south 
side of Webb Avenue between Park and Everett Streets. This 
company has a Hayes truck. Number of members, fifty. P. W. 
Barton, Foreman; M. Fernback, Secretary; F. Boehmer, Treas- 
urer. 

Citizen Hook and Ladder Co., No. 2 — Located on Santa 
Clara Avenue between Morton and Sherman Streets; W. H. 

H. Hinchman, Secretary; F. Marcuse, 



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Webb Avenue between Park and Everett Streets. Number of 
members, twenty. This company has a Babcock hose cart and 
1,000 feet of canvass hose. John W. Hartley, Foreman ; Wm. 
Graham, Secretary ; Conrad Liese, Treasurer. 



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Whidden Hose Co., No. 2 — Located on the east side of Web- 
ster Street between Railroad and Pacific Avenues. This company 
has two two-wheeled hose carts. John Conrad, Foreman; George 
T. Morris, Secretary; , Treasurer. 

Central Hose Co., No. 3 — Located on the corner of Santa 
Clara Avenue and Bay Street. This company has a two-wheeled 
hose cart. Number of members, twenty-five. George Lovegrove, 
Foreman; R. S. Faulkner, Secretary, Nicholas Miller, Treasurer. 

Pacific Hose Co., No. 4 — Located on the corner of Pacific 
Avenue and Chestnut Street. This company has a two-wheeled 
hose. Number of members, twenty-five. E. F. Rea, Foreman ; 
Ellmore Welsh, Secretary; E. J. Foyrd, Treasurer. 

POPULATION. 

The actual population, according to the official returns of the 
School Census Marshal for May, 1884, was 6,864. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 

Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. 

Oak Grove Lodge, No. 215 — Stated meetings on the second 
Thursday evening of each month at Masonic Hall, south- 
west corner of Park Street and Santa Clara Avenue. 

Independent Order of Odd Fellows. 

Evcinal Lodge, No. 164 — Meets every Monday evening at Hall, 
northwest corner of Park Street and Santa Ciara Avenue. 

Knights of Pythias. 

Alameda Lodge, No. 49 — Instituted Nov. 9, 1878. Meets every 
Friday evening at Odd Fellows' Hall, northwest corner of 
Park Street and Santa Clara Avenue. 

Ancient Order of United Workmen. 

Alameda Lodge, No. 5 — Instituted July 13, 1877. Meets Wed- 
nesday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall, northwest corner of 
Park Street and Santa Clara Avenue. Membership, 50. 

Ashler Lodge, No. 165 — Instituted March 24, 1880. Meets 
Saturday evenings at Odd Fellows' Hall, northwest corner 
of Park Street and Santa Clara Avenue. 

West End Lodge, No. 175 — Instituted June, 1880. Meet 
eveiy Monday evening at Holtz' Hall. Membership, 35. 



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MISCELLANEOUS SOCIETIES. 

G-rand Army of the Republic. 

Joe. Hooker Post No. 11 — Organized February, 1880. Mem- 
bership, 25. J. S. McMahon, P. C. F. H. 'Poindexter, Ad- 
jutant. Meets second Thursday evening of each month at 
Tucker's Hall. 

American Legion of Honor. 

Council No. 492—Instituted March 24, 1881. Meets second 
and fourth Thursdays of each month at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
Membership, 25. 

Knights of Honor. 

Garden City Lodge, No. 145 — Instituted August, 1879. Meets 
on the first and third Thursday evenings of each month at 
Odd Fellows' Hall, northwest corner of Park Street and 
Santa Clara Avenue. Membership, 40. 

Order of Chosen Friends. 

Council No. 27— Instituted May 4, 1881. Meets every Wed- 
nesday night at Holtz' Hall. 

Alameda Free Reading Room and Library. 

Location, over post-office, southeast corner of Park Street and San- 
ta Clara Avenue. Open daily from 9 A. M. to 9.30 P. M. Wil- 
liam P. Gibbons, M. D., President; Thomas A. Smith, Vice- 
President; Robert Kirk, Librarian and Secretary; William 
i\ ( li ns, M. D., Thomas A. Smith, George H. Mastick, 
M. P. Wiggins, and Dr. J. T. McLean, Trustees. 

Alameda Verein- 

A social societv. Meets every Friday evening at Harmonie 
Hall ; C. C. Volberg, President. 

Alameda Building and Loan Association. 

Monthly meetings are held at Harmonie Hall, west side of Paru 
Street between Santa Clara and Central Avenues, on the sec- 
ond Saturday of each month. C. Clark, President; I. Man- 
heim, Secretary ; Adolph Mayrisch, Treasurer. 

BANK. 

First National Bank of Alameda — Incorporated July, 1879. 
Capital stock paid up, $100,000; Conrad Liese, President; 
J. E. Baker, C .shier. 



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NEWSPAPERS. 

The Alameda Encinal — F. K. Krauth, editor and proprietor. 
Office east side of Park Street, between Lincoln and Webb 
Avenues. This journal is now in the sixteenth year of its 
publication, and is the pioneer newspaper in Alameda. Pub- 
lished every Saturday; terms, $3.00 per annum. 

The Alameda Argus — T. G. Daniells publisher. Office east side 
of Park Street between Webb and Lincoln Avenues; pub- 
lished every Saturday; terms, §3.00 per annum; now in its 
seventh y< ar. 

POST-OFFICES. 

Alameda Post-office — -Southeast comer Santa Clara Avenue 
and Park Street. A. S. Barber, Postmaster. Office hours 
from 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Mails arrive from San Francisco (di- 
rect) 8 A. m. ; Oakland, 8 A. M.; East 8 A. M.; Santa Cruz, 6 
P.M.; Oakland and State, 5 P.M.; Mails depart 7 A. M. ; 
Santa Cruz 8.4o A. M.; Sari Francisco, 11.30 a! M.; Oakland, 
California and East, 2.30 P. M. 

West End Post-office — West side of Webster Street, between 
Railroad and Santa Clara Avenues. Miss M. A. Morris, 
Postmistress. Office hours and arrivals, San Francisco, 9 
A. M. and 6 P.M.; Eastern, 3.30 P. M. Departures. 8 A. M. 
and 3.20 P. M. 

CHURCHES. 

First Baptist Church — Location, south side Santa Clara Avenue 
between Benton and Staunton Streets. Services Sunday at 
11 A. M. and 7 p. M. Sunday-school at 12.30 P. M. Com- 
municants, 41, Sundaj^-school attendance, about 70. 

Congregational Church — Location, Central Avenue between 
Union and Grand Streets. Rev. George Morris, Pastor. Serv- 
ices at 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Sunday-school at 12.30 P. M. 

Christ Church (Episcopal) — Location, northwest corner Oak 
Street and Santa Clara Avenue. Rev. Alfred T. Perkins, 
Rector. This society has a neat wooden church edifice, 
erected in 1873, at a cost of about $4,000. Hours of serv- 
ice 11a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday-school at 10 A. M. 

Methodist Episcopal Church — Location, southwest corner 
Park Street and Central Avenue. Rev. M. C. Briggs, Pastor. 
Services at 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Sunday-school at 12.30 
p. M. 

First Presbyterian Church — Location, southwest corner Ver- 
sailles and Central Avenues. Has a good church edifice, 
costing $5,000. Rev. R. L. Tabor, Pastor. Services at 11.30 
A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Sunday-school at 12.30 P. M. 

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St. Joseph's Church (R. C.) — Location, southwest corner San 
Antonio Avenue and Chestnut Street. Rev. William Glee- 
son, Pastor. Pastoral residence East Oakland. Services at 
9 a. M. Sunday-school at 2 p. m. 

PUBLIC HALLS- 

Harmonie Hall — West side Paru Street, between Santa Clara 

and Central Avenues. 
Holtz' Hall — East side Webster between Railroad and Santa 

Clara Avenues. 
Masonic Hall — Southwest corner Santa Clara ave and Park 

Street. 
Odd Fellows' Hall — Northwest coiner Park Street and Santa 

Clara Avenue. 
Park Opera House — Southwest corner Park Street and Buena 

Vista Avenue. 
Town Hall — South side Webb Avenue between Park and Ev- 
erett Streets. 
Tucker's Hall. — Park Street between Central and Santa Clara 

Avenues. 
Schroeder's Hall— Northeast corner Park and Webb Avenues. 

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BERKELEY. 



TOWN GOVERNMENT. 

Board of Trustees — F. K. Shattuck, President; A. F. Gunn, C. 

W. Davis, J. B. Henley, and J. M. Creed. 
Board of School Directors — F. H. Wheelan, President; H. A. 

Palmer, H. B. Berryman, H. McCaskell, W. C. Jones and 

George Jebens. 
Town Treasurer, Wm. M. Hilton. 
Town Clerk, T. F. Graber. 
Town Assessor, A. Rammelsberg. 
Town Marshal, Philip Monroe. 
Justices of the Peace : C. R. Lord and C. N. Terry. 
Constables, A. H. Morris and Ysinael Ysunza. 



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University of California — The following departments are 
located at Berkeley, viz: — 

1. College of Letters (classical course). 

2. College of Agriculture. 

3. College of Mechanics. 

4. College of Mining. 

5. College of Engineering. 

6. College of Chemistry. 

7. Literary Course. 

8. Course in Letters and Political Science. (The Colleges of 
Law, Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy are located in San 
Francisco). Examinations for admission to the colleges 
located in Berkeley, August 6, 7, 8, 1884. First term com- 
mences August 7th. Class day, commencement, alumni meet- 
ing, etc., occur about the last of May; each } 7 ear. 

Officers — William T. Reicl, President; residence corner Allston 
Way and Ellsworth Street; office, room 2, North Hall. 
Martin Kellogg, A. M., Dean; residence Bushnell Street; of- 
fice, room 3, North Hall. William W. Deamer, A. B., Re- 
corder; residence corner Home and University Avenue; 
office, room 1, North Hall. A register containing full infor- 
mation in regard to all departments, is published annually, 
and may be had by application, personally or by mail, to the 
President or Recorder. 

Public Schools, consisting of High School, Grammar and Pri- 
mary Schools, are liberally supported. Graduates from the 
High School are admitted to the University without exami- 
nation. 

Kellogg School (Public) — South side Center St. between Shat- 
tuck Avenue and Oxford St. W. W. Anderson, Principal. 

West Berkeley Public School — Southeast corner Bay and 
San Pablo Avenue. G. W. Horton, Principal. 

Berkeley Gymnasium — West side Dana Street between Uni- 
versity Avenue and Bancroft Way. A preparatory school 
to the University established in 1877, George Bates, A. M., 
Principal. Fall term commences July 21, 1884. Spring 
term closes, May 21, 1885. Catalogue published annually. 

Bowens' Academy — Corner University Avenue and Sherman 
Street. F. Stewart Bowens, A. B., Principal. 

Presentation Convent (Catholic) — Addison Street near Hamil- 
ton. Ten nuns, seventy pupils. Also connected with the 
Convent and conducted by the Sisters, is St. Peter's Boy's 
School, having 30 pupils. The system of educatitn is simi- 
lar to that pursued in the public schools, with the addition 
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The Harmon Seminary, for young ladies.— Established, in 1882, 
by the late Rev. S. S. Harmon. Since his death, in Decem- 
ber, 1883, it has been conducted by his daughters, Catharine 
W. Harmon and Sophia B. Harmon as Principals, and Ed- 
war, i J. Wickson, Treasurer. The buildings and grounds 
are situated on Atherton Street, extending to Ellsworth. 
The Seminary has both boarding and day pupils, the num- 
ber in attendance during the year ending June 1, 1884 being 
90. The departments of instruction are several: The Kinder- 
garten, Primary, Preparatory and Academic to the regular 
course; special courses to prepare for entrance to the different 
Colleges of the State University; a Conservatory of Music, 
and departments of Art and Modern Languages. The in- 
structors during the term ending June 1st, were as follows: 
Mental and Moral Philosophy, Mr. Wickson; Higher English 
branches, Miss Eva V.Carlin; Intermediate English branches, 
Miss M. E. Male; Kindergarten and Primary, Miss Carrie 
Trincano; Vocal Music, Prof. W. Toepke; Instrumental 
Music, Prof. Frederick Zech Jr. and the Misses Harmon. 
French, E. du Castel; Drawing and Painting, F. L. Heath; 
The vear 1884 and '85 will begin on July 31st. The year 
is divided into two terms of 20 weeks each. An annual 
catalogue is published, giving description of the institution, 
list of pupils, etc. 

State Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute. 

Located near the State University, Berkeley. The grounds 
consist of one hundred and thirty acres, eighty acres of which 
are on the hills overlooking the bay. Pure water is supplied 
by hillside springs, and the elevated site insures the purest of air. 
A better location could not have been chosen. On the 17th of 
January, 1875, the beautiful and costly stone building occupied 
by the instituiion 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 en- 
ergy, 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. The buildings 

' include a series of structures, including "Homes," a central refec- 

' tory, school house, etc., all of which accommodate about two hun- 
dred and fifty pupils. The buildings are of the most substantial 

! character, having concrete and stone foundations, brick super- 
structurey»walls lined with brick, slate roofs, all partitions of brick, 

| and stone gtair-cases throughout. Every arrangement to secure 
health and comfort has been made, while the system of segrega- 

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away with many evils connected with having a large number 
under one roof. . 1 

The course of studies pursued at this institute is very nearly, 
the same as that embraced in the public schools and in the senn-| 
naries with the addition of music, which is taught the blind as a 
means' of obtaining a livelihood. The institution is sustained by 
the State but clothing and traveling expenses must be provided 
by the parents or guardians of the children, except in cases of ex- 
treme poverty, when a proper certificate from the County Judge 
will authorize the directors to supply clothing. 

Bo\rd of DIRECTORS— A. K. P. Harmon, President, Oak- 
land • E H. Woolsey, Vice-President, Oakland; Geo. D. Dornin, 
Berkeley; R. A. Redman, Oakland; Geo. H. Rogers, San Fran- 
cisco- W.'L. Prather, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Officers— Warring Wilkinson, Principal. Teachers ol the 
deaf and dumb: Geo. B. Goodall, Miss Anna B. Carter, Henry 
Frank Miss Annie Warren, Douglafc Tilden, Miss Mary A. Dutch, 
Miss K A Crandall ; teacher of articulation, Mrs. A. B. Wilkin- 
son- teacher of drawing, Theophilas D'Estrella; teachers of the 
blind Chas. T. Wilkinson, Mrs. A. R. Goodall; teacher of music, 
Geo. B. Goodall; Physician, Dr. H. T. Legler; Clerk, W .E Zan- 
der Matrons, Mrs. B. Willard, Miss J Osgood, Miss M. J. Wise- 
man; Foreman of carpenter-shop, E. P. Pike; Foreman of print- 
ing office, S. E. Watson; Engineer. Fred Hansen. 

CHURCHES. 

First Congregational Church— Rev. Charles A. Savage/ 

Pastor; services at 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. 
{ HURCH of THE Good Shepherd (Episcopal)— Northeast corner 

Ninth and Bristol Streets, West Berkeley. Rev. G. A. Eas- 

ton, Pastor. 
St. Mark's Episcopal Church— Bancroft Way near Ellsworth 

Street. Rev G. A. Easton, Pastor. 
Presbyterian Church— Corner Ellsworth Street and Allston 

Way. Rev. John B. Thompson, D. D., Pastor; services at 

11 A. M. and 7.30 p M. Sunday-school at 9.30 A. M. 




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First Presbyterian Church (West Berkeley) -Corner Eighth 
and Bristol Streets. Rev. James M. Smith, Pastor; services 
at 11 A. M. and 7.30 p. M. 

Methodist Episcopal Church— Seventh near University Ave- 
nue, West Berkeley. Rev. George S. Holmes, Pastor; serv- 
ices at 11 A. M. and 7.30 p. M. Also services at Clapp's Hall, 
East Berkeley, at 3.30 p. m. 




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SECRET SOCIETIES. 

Berkeley Lodge, No. 270, I. 0. O. F.— Meets every Thursday 
evening at 8 o'clock at Clapp's Hall, corner Shattuck Ave- 
nue and Berkeley Way. The lodge is about building a new 
hall at corner Addison Street and Shattuck Avenue. Offi- 
cers: Phil Sheridan, N. G. ; Kern, V. G.;B. F. Dahl, Secre- 
tary; Jos. Chappie, Treasurer. 

Durant Lodge, No. 268, F. and A. M. — Meets first Friday even- 
ing of each month at Clapp's Hall. Geo. D. Metcalf, 
Master; T. F. Graber, Secretary. 

Berkeley Lodge, No. 10, A. O. U. W.— Meets every Tuesday 
evening at Clapp's Hall. Wrn. H. Chapman, M. W. ; F. H. 
Payne, Recorder. 

Hearts of Oak Lodge, No. 61— Meets every Wednesday evening 
at Everding's Hall, corner Second and Bristol Streets, West 
Berkeley. 

University Lodge, No. 88— Meets every Saturday evening at 
Clapp's Hall. Ira A. Boynton, M. W.; J. G. Wright, 
Recorder. 

Le Conte Council, No. 945, A. L. of H.— L. H. Long, Chief 
Councilor; T. F. Graber, Secretary. 



THE PRESS. 

The "Berkeleyan"— Published monthly by the students. Ed- 
itors elected every six months. 

Berkeley "Advocate"— Published weekly by H. N. Marquand; 
office Shattuck Avenue near University Avenue. 

POST-OFFICES. 

Berkeley Post-office— West side Choate Street near Bancroft 
Wa}'. S. S. Merrill, Postmaster (money order office). 

West Berkeley Post-office— University Avenue near Fifth. 
W. C. Wright, Postmaster (money order office). 



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2100 Thirty-second 
2200 Thirty-fourth 
ALBION, bet Sycamore and 
Caledonia ave, from Telegraph 
ave westerly to Grove. 
500 Telegraph ave 
ALDEN (See Twenty-ninth) 
ALICE, bet Harrison and Jack- 
son, from First northerly to 
Lake Merritt. 



700 
800 
900 
1000 
1100 
1200 
1300 



600 First 
650 Second 
700 Third 
750 Fourth 
800 Fifth 
850 Seventh 
900 Eighth 
950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
1150 Thirteenth 
1450 Durant 
ALPINE, from Shattuck ave, 
westerly and north of Forty- 
seventh. 
ALTA AVE, north of Lake 
Merritt and east of Broad- 
way. 
ANDOVER, east of Elm, from 
Plymouth ave northerly to 
Edwards. 

2250 Plymouth ave 
ATLANTIC, south of William 
from Peralta, westerly to the 
bay. 

1600 Peralta 
1650 Campbell 
1700 Willow 
1750 Wood 
• 1800 Pine 
3, bet Yerba Buena ave and A 
(continuation of Thirty-fourth) 
from Peralta westerly to the 
bay. 
BAY, bet the bay and Cedar, 
from Atlantic to Short. 
750 Atlantic 
800 William 
850 Seventh 



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BAY PLACE, bet Twenty- 


BROCKHURST bet Thirty- 


fifth and Merrimac Place, from 


second and Nolan, from Grove 


Telegraph ave easterly to 


westerly to San Pablo ave. 


city boundary. 


BROOK, east of Broadway, 


450 Broadway 


from Orchard northerly to 


BAY, from Lake Merritt north- 


Webster ave. 


easterly to Excelsior. 


BROOKLYN, bet Peralta and 1 


BECKWITH, east of Liberty, 


Pacific, trom Lake Merritt east- 


from Temescal northerly. 


erly to Clinton. 


BENTON, north of Mariposa 


BROWN, bet Nolan and Wal- 


ave, from Shattuck ave west- 


ton, from Telegraph ave west- 


erly. 


erly to San Pablo ave. 


BIRNIE, bet Durant and Fif- 


500 Telegraph ave 


teenth, from Franklin westerly 


650 Grove 


to Telegraph ave. 


800 West 


400 Franklin 


900 Market 


450 Broadway 


BRUSH, bet West and Castro, 


BOOTH, from Webster ave 


from First northerly to San 


westerly north of junction of 


Pablo ave. 


Webster ave and Broadway. 


600 First 


BROADWAY, bet Washing- 


650 Second 


ton and Franklin, from Water 


700 Third 


northerly to Thirty-sixth. 


750 Fourth 


600 First 


800 Fifth 


650 Second 


825 Sixth 


700 Third 


850 Seventh 


750 Fourth 


900 Eighth 


800 Fifth 


950 Ninth 


825 Sixth 


1000 Tenth 


850 Seventh 


1050 Eleventh 1 


900 Eighth 


1100 Twelfth 


950 Ninth 


1150 Thirteenth 


1000 Tenth 


1200 Fourteenth 


11150 Eleventh 


1250 Fifteenth 


1100 Twelfth 


1300 Sixteenth 


1150 Thirteenth 


1350 Seventeenth 


1200 Fourteenth 


1400 Eighteenth 


1250 Fifteenth 


1450 Nineteenth 


1300 Sixteenth 


1500 Twentieth 


1350 Seventeenth 


1550 Twenty-first 


1400 Eighteenth 


CALAIS, continuation of Mar- 


1450 Nineteenth • 


ket. 


1500 Twentieth 


CALEDONIA AVE, bet Al- 


1550 Twenty-first 


bion and Thirtieth, from Tele- 


1600 Twenty-second 


graph westerly to Grove. ( 


1650 Twenty-third 


500 Telegraph ave. 


1700 Twenty-fourth 


CAMPBELL, bet Willow and 


1800 Bay Place 


Peralta, from Third northerly 


2000 Prospect ave 


to Twenty-eighth. 


2100 Orchard 


700 Third 



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79 


750 


At 1 untie 


CEDAR, bet Bay and 


Pine, 


800 


William 


from Third northerly to Sew- 


850 


Seventh 


ard. 




900 


Eighth 


700 Third 




950 


T:iylor 


800 William 




liioo 


Seward 


850 Seventh 




1050 


Lincoln 


900 Division 




1100 


Twelfth 


950 Taylor 




1150 


Thirteenth 


CENTER,bet Chester an 


dCy- 


1200 


Fourteenth 


press, lrom First northe 


rly to 


1250 


Fifteenth 


Peralta. 




1300 


Sixteenth 


600 First 




1350 


Seventeenth 


700 Third 




1400 


Eighteenth 


800 Fifth 




1500 


Twentieth 


850 Seventh 




1600 


Twenty-second 


900 Eighth 




1700 


Twenty-fourth 


950 Ninth 




CAMPBELL (See' Thirtieth). 


1000 Tenth 




CAPITAL- bet Lake and Stone, 


1050 Eleventh 




from Pacific northerly to 


1100 Twelfth 




Prospect. 




1150 Thirteenth 




CARROLL 


, bet Twenty-sev- 


1200 Fourteenth 




enth and Twenty-eighth ave. 


1250 Fifteenth 




from East Sixteenth to Saun- 


1300 Sixteenth 




ders. 




1350 Seventeenth 




CARROLL 


, from East Six- 


CENTRAL AVE 


(See 


teenth to Saunders, north and 


Twelfth). 


1 


south 




CHARLES AVE (See 


East 


CASTRO, bet Brush and Grove, 


Twenty-eighth). 




from First 


northerly to Twen- 


CHARTER LINE (Thirty 


tietb. 




sixth). 




600 


First 


CHARTER (See Twenty- 


650 


Second 


second). 




700 


Third 


CHARTER (See East Twenty- 


750 


Fourth 


fifth). 




800 


Fifth 


CHASE, bet Taylor and 


Divis- 


825 


Sixth 


ion, from Campbell westerly 


850 


Seventh 


to Wood. 




900 


Eighth 


1650 Campbell 




950 


Ninth 


1700 Willow 




1000 


Tenth 


CHERRY, east of Maple 


from 


1050 


Eleventh 


Temescal northerly. 




1100 


Twelfth 


CHESTER, bet Henry 


and 


1150 


Thirteenth 


Center, from First northerly 


1200 


Fourteenth 


to Twelfth. 




1250 


Fifteenth 


600 First 




1300 


Sixteenth 


700 Third 




1350 


Seventeenth 


800 Fifth 




1400 


Eighteenth 


850 Seventh 




1450 


Nineteenth 


900 Eighth 







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950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
CHESTNUT, bet Adeline and 
Linden, from First northerly 
to San Pablo ave. 

600 First 

700 Third 

800 Fifth 

850 Seventh 

900 Eighth 
1000 Tenth 
1100 Twelfth 
1200 Fourteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1-100 Eighteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1600 Twenty-second 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
1800 Twenty-sixth 
1900 Twenty-eighth 
2000 Thirtieth 
2100 Thirty-second 
2200 Thiriy-fourth 
CLAY) bet Jefferson and Wash- 
ington, from First northerly 
to San Pablo ave. 

600 First 

650 Second 

700 Third 

750 Fourth 

8<)0 Fifth 

825 Sixth 

850 Seventh 

900 E^hth 

950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
1150 Thirteenth 
12i>0 Fourteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 

CLEVELAND AVE, contin 

nation of Forty fourth. 
CLINTON- bet Pine and Jones, 

liom Matthews avo northerly 

to Indian Gulch. 
CLINTON, north of Grant, 

from Thirteenth ave easterly 

to boundary of city. 



COUNTY ROAD, to Moraga 
Valley, continuation of Thir- 
teenth ave. 

COUNTY ROAD, to Red- 

woods, east of Peralta ave. 

CRESCENT AVE, north of 

Lake Merritt and east of 
Broadway. 
CURTIS, bet Market and West, 
from Nineteenth northerly to 
Twenty-second. 

1450 Nineteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1525 Twenty-first 
1550 Lydia 
CURVE, bet Eighteenth and 
Nineteenth, from San Pablo ave 
westerly to Grove. 

600 San Pablo ave 
CYPRESS, bet Center and 
Kirkham, from First northerly 
to Peralta. (Numbered the 
same as Kirkham, stopping at 
junction of Twenty-second.) 
DELGrER (See Twentieth). 
DENNISON, from San An- 
tonio Creek to Park ave. 
DIAMOND, bet Broadway 
and Beckwith, from Temescal 
northerly. 
DIAMOND, bet Broadway and 
Silver, from Moss ave north- 
erly. 
DIVISION, bet Taylor and 
Short, from Wood westerly to 
the bay. 

1750 Wood 
1800 Pine 
1850 Cedar 
DOVER continuation of Grove. 
DUNCAN, hot county road and 
Hopkins, from Moraga Valley 
roaii easterly. 
DUNCAN, "bet Clinton and 
Hopkins, from Thirteenth ave 
easterly. 
DURANT- bet Twentieth and 
Birnie, from Telegraph ave 
easterly to Lake Merritt. 
200 Jackson 



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250 Alice 
300 Harrison 
350 Webster 
400 Franklin 
450 Broadway 
EAST EIGHTEENTH, bet 

East Seventeenth and East 
Nineteenth, from Fourth ave 
easterly to Fourteenth ave. 
(Numbered the same as East 
Nineteenth to Fourteenth ave, 
where it stops.) 
EAST EIGHTH, south of East 

Tenth, from Lake Merritt east- 
erly to Seventh ave. 
50 First ave 

100 Second ave 

150 Third ave 

200 Fourth ave 

250 Fifth ave 

300 Sixth ave 
EAST ELEVENTH, bet East 
Tenth and East Twelfth, from 
Lake Merritt easterly to Thir- 
teenth ave. 

50 First ave 

100 Second ave 

150 Third ave 

200 Fourth ave 

250 Fifth ave 

300 Sixth ave 

350 Seventh ave 

400 Eighth ave 

450 Ninth ave 

500 Tenth ave 

550 Eleventh ave 

600 Twelfth ave 
EAST FIFTEENTH, bet 
East Fourteenth and East 
Sixteenth, from Lake Merritt 
easterly to eastern boundary 01 
city. 

100 Second ave 

150 Third ave 

200 Fourth ave 

250 Fifth ave 
• 300 Sixth ave 

350 Seventh ave 

400 Eighth ave 

450 Ninth ave 



500 Tenth ave 
550 Eleventh ave 
600 Twelfth ave 
650 Thirteenth ave 
700 Fourteenth ave 
750 Fifteenth ave 
800 Sixteenth ave 
850 Seventeenth ave 
900 Eighteenth ave 
950 Nineteenth ave 
lOuO Twentieth ave 
1050 Twenty-first ave 
1100 Twenty-second ave 
EAST FOURTEENTH, bet 
East Twelfth and East Fif- 
teenth, from Lake Merritt 
easterly to boundary of city. 
50 First ave 
100 Second ave 
150 Third ave 
200 Fourth ave 
250 Fifth ave 
300 Sixth ave 
350 Seventh ave 
400 Eighth ave 
450 Ninth ave 
500 Tenth ave 
550 Eleventh ave 
600 Twelfth ave 
650 Thirteenth are 
700 Fourteenth ave 
750 Fifteenth ave 
800 Sixteenth ave 
850 Seventeenth ave 
900 Eighteenth ave 
950 Nineteenth ave 
1000 Twentieth ave 
1050 Twenty-first ave 
1100 Twenty-second ave 
EAST NINETEENTH, bet 
East Eighteenth and East 
Twentieth, from Fourth ave 
easterly to boundary of city. 
200 Fourth ave 
250 Fifth ave 
300 Sixth ave 
350 Seventh ave 
400 Eighth ave 
450 Ninth ave 
500 Tenth ave 



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550 


Eleventh ave 


400 


Eighth ave 


600 


Twelfth ave 


450 


Ninth ave 


650 


Thirteenth ave 


500 


Tenth ave 


700 


Fourteenth ave 


550 


Eleventh ave 


750 


Fifteenth ave 


600 


Twelfth ave 


800 


Sixteenth ave 


650 


Thirteenth ave 


850 


Seventeenth ave 


700 


Fourteenth ave 


900 


Eighteenth ave 


750 


Fifteenth ave 


950 


Nineteenth ave 


800 


Sixteenth ave 


1000 


Twentieth ave 


850 


Seventeenth ave 


1050 


Twenty-first ave 


900 


Eighteenth ave 


1100 


Twenty second ave 


950 


Nineteenth ave 


EAST SEVENTH, bet San 


1000 


Twentieth ave 


Antonio Estuary and East 


1050 


Twenty-first ave 


Eighth, from Fourth ave east- 


1100 


Twenty-second ave 


erly to Six 


tb ave. 


EAST TENTHS bet East 


200 


Fourth ave 


Eighth and Ea-t Eleventh,* 


250 


Fifth ave 


from Lake 


Merritt easterly to 


EAST SEVENTEENTH, bet 


Tenth ave 




East Sixteenth and East Eight- 


50 


First ave 


eenth, from Fourth ave east- 


100 


Second ave 


erly to boundary of city. 


150 


Third ave 


200 


Fourth ave 


200 


Fourth ave 


250 


Fifth ave 


250 


Fifth ave 


300 


Sixth ave 


300 


Sixth ave 


350 


Seventh ave 


350 


Seventh ave 


400 


Eighth ave 


400 


Eighth ave 


450 


Ninth ave 


450 


Ninth ave 


500 


Tenth ave 


EAST THIRTIETH, north of 


550 


Eleventh ave 


East Twei 


ty-ninm, irom Un- 


600 


Twelfth ave 


ion easter 


y to boundary of 


650 


Thirteenth ave 


city. 




700 


Fourteenth ave 


1050 


Twenty-first ave 


750 


Fifteenth ave 


EAST TWELFTH bet East 


800 


Sixteenth ave 


Eleventh and Eat-t Fourteenth, 


850 


Seventeenth ave 


from Lake 


Merritt easterly to 


900 


Eighteenth ave 


boundary of city. 


950 


Nineteenth ave 


50 


First ave 


1000 


Twentieth ave 


100 


Second ave 


1050 


Twenty-first ave 


150 


Third ave 


1100 


Twenty-second ave 


200 


Fourth ave 


EAST SIX TEENTH bet East 


250 


Fifth ave 


Fifteenth 


and East Seven- 


300 


Sixth ave 


teenth, from Lake Merritt 


350 


Seventh ave 


easterly tc 


» boundary of city. 


400 


Eighth ave 


150 


Third ave 


450 


Ninth ave 


200 


Fourth ave 


500 


Tenth ave 


250 


Fifth ave 


550 


Eleventh ave 


300 


Sixth ave 


600 


Twelfth ave 


350 


Seventh ave 


650 


Thirteenth ave 



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9 700 Fourteenth ave 

750 Fifteenth ave 
800 Sixteenth ave 
850 Seventeenth ave 
900 Eighteenth ave 
950 Nineteenth ave 
1000 Twentieth ave 
1050 Twenty-first ave 
lli'O Twentj^-seeondave 

EAST TWENTIETH, bet 

East Nineteenth and East 
Twenty-first, from Matthews 
ave easterly to boundary of 
city. 

250 Fifth ave 
350 Seventh ave 
450 Ninth ave 
550 Eleventh ave 
E=f 650 Thirteenth ave 

C0I 800 Sixteenth ave 

850 Seventeenth ave 
90.) Eighteenth ave 
950 Nineteenth ave 
1000 Twentieth ave 
1050 Twenty-first ave 
1100 Twenty-second ave 

EAST TWENTY EIGHTH, 

bet East Twenty-seventh and 
East Twenty-ninth, from Nine- 
teenth ave easterly to boun- 
dary of city. 

1050 Twenty-first ave 
EAST TWENTY FIFTH, 

bet East Twenty-fourth and 
East Twenty-sixth, from Thir 
teenth ave easterly to boun- 
dary of city. 

850 Fourteenth ave 

950 Nineteenth ave 

1050 Twenty-first ave 

EAST TWENTY FIRST, 

bet East Twentieth and East 
Twenty-second, from Mat- 
thews ave easterly to boun- 
dary of citv. 

250 Fifth ave 
350 Seventh ave 
400 Eighth ave 
450 Ninth ave 
550 Eleventh ave 



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850 Seventeenth ave 

950 Nineteenth ave 

1051 Twenty-first ave 

EAST TWENTY FOURTH 

north of East Twenty-third, 
from Matthews ave easterly 
to boundary of citv. 

350 Seventh ave 
450 Ninth ave 
550 Eleventh ave 
650 Thirteenth ave 
825 Fourteenth ave 
850 Seventeenth ave 
950 Nineteenth ave 
1050 Twenty-first ave 
EAST TWENTY NINTH 

bet East Twenty-eighth and 
East Thirtieth, from Union 
easterly to boundary of city. 
1050 Twenty-first ave 

EAST TWENTY SECOND, 

bet East Twenty-first and East 
Twenty-third, from Matthews 
ave easterly to boundary of 
city. 

250 Fifth ave 
350 Seventh ave 
450 Ninth ave 
550 Eleventh ave 
650 Thirteenth ave 
700 Fourteenth ave 
850 Seventeenth ave 
950 Nineteenth ave 
1050 Twenty-first ave 
EAST TWENTY-SEV- 
ENTH, bet East Twenty- 
sixth and East Twenty-eighth, 
from Thirteenth ave easterly 
to boundary of city. 

900 Fourteenth ave 
1050 T wen 'v first ave 

EAST TWENTY SIXTH 

bet East Twenty -fifth and East 
Twenty-seventh, from Thir- 
teenth ave^ easterly to boun- 
dary of city. 

875 Fourteenth ave 

950 Nineteenth ave 

1050 Twenty-first ave 




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EAST TWENTY THIRD, 


1400 Cypress 


bet East Twenty-second and 


1600 Peralta 


East Twenty-fourth, from Mat- 


EIGHTEENTH AVE, bet 


thews ave easterly to boundary 


Seventeenth and Nineteenth 


of city. 


aves, from San Antonio Creek 


EAST TWENTY THIRD, 


northeasterly to East Twenty- 


bet East Twenty-second and 


first. 


East Twenty-fourth, from Mat- 


1100 East Twelfth 


thews ave easterly to boundary 


1200 East Fourteenth ' 


of city. 


1250 East Fifteenth 


350 Seventh ave 


1300 East Sixteenth 


400 Eighth ave 


1350 East Seventeenth 


450 Ninth ave 


1400 East Eighteenth 


550 Eleventh ave 


1450 East Nineteenth 


650 Thirteenth ave 


1500 East Twentieth 


750 Fourteenth ave 


EIGHTH, bet Seventh and 


850 Seventeenth ave 


Ninth, from East Front west- 


950 Nineteenth ave 


erly to Wood 


1050 Twenty-first ave 


50 Fallon 


EAST FRONT, bet Fallon and 


100 Oak 


San Antonio Creek, from Sev- 


150 Madison 


enth northerly to Tenth. 


200 Jackson 


850 Seventh 


250 Alice 


900 Eighth 


300 Harrison 


950 Ninth 


350 Webster 


EDWARDS, bet Plymouth ave 


400 Franklin 


and Thirty-sixth, from Tele- 


450 Broadway 


graph ave easterly to city 


500 Washington 


boundary. 


550 Clay 


EDWARD AVE (See East 


600 Jefferson 


Thirtieth). 


650 Grove 


EIGHTEENTH, bet Seven- 


700 Castro 


teenth and Nineteenth, from 
Telegraph ave westerly to the 


750 13 rush 


800 West 


bay. 


900 Market 


500 Telegraph ave 


950 Myrtle 


3 550 San Pablo ave 


1000 Filbert 


650 Grove 


1050 Linden 


700 Castro 


1100 Chestnut 


750 Brush 


1150 Adeline 


800 West 


1200 Magnolia 


900 Market 


1250 Union 


950 Myrtle 


1300 Poplar 


1000 Filbert 


1350 Kirkham 


j 1050 Linden 


1400 Cypress 


1100 Chestnut 


1450 Center 


1150 Adeline 


1500 Chester 


1200 Magnolia 


1550 Henry 


1250 Union 


1600 Lewis 


13U0 Poplar 


1700 Willow 



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EIGHTH AVE, bet Seventh 
and Ninth aves, from East 
Tenth northeasterly to East 
Twenty-fifth. (Numbered the 
same as Eleventh ave.) 
ELEVENTH, bet Tenth and 
Twelfth, from Fallon westerly 
to Market, and from Kirkham 
westerly to Center. (Num- 
bered same as Ninth.) 
ELEVENTH AVE, between 
Tenth and Twelfth aves, from 
San Antonio Creek northeast 
erly to Peralta. 

1000 East Tenth 
1050 East Eleventh 
1100 East Twelfth 
1200 East Fourteenth 
1250 East Fifteenth 
1300 East Sixteenth 
1350 East Seventeenth 
1400 East Eighteenth 
1450 East Nineteenth 
1500 East Twentieth 
1550 East Twenty-first 
loOO East Twenty-second 
1700 East Twenty-fourth 
1750 East Twenty-fifth 
ELIZABETH, from San An- 
tonio Creek to lailroad track. 
ELM CSee Twenty-fourth). 
EMERY (Emery Tract), north- 
erly from Peralta to Park. 
EMERY TRACT, bet Watt's 
Tract and Oakland Trotting 
Park. 
ERIE, continuation of Forty- 
second. 
ETTIE, bet Hannah and Gen- 
ter, from Twenty-eighth to 
Park ave. 
EVOY AVE (See Fortieth). 
EXCELSIOR, north of Lin- 
coln, from Lake Merritt east- 
erly to Thirteenth ave. 
FALLON, bet Oak and East 
Front, from Sixth northerly to 
Thirteenth. 

825 Sixth 
850 Seventh 



900 Eighth 
950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
FIFTEENTH, bet Fourteenth 
and Sixteenth, from Oak west- 
erly to Jackson; Franklin 
westerly to Market, fromKirk- 
ham westerly to Willow. 
100 Oak 
150 Madi*on 
400 Franklin 
450 Broadway 
500 San Pablo 
550 Clay 
600 Jefferson 
650 Grove 
700 Castro 
750 Brush 
800 West 
1350 Kirkham 
1400 Cypress 
1450 Center 
1600 Peralta 
1650 Campbell 
FIFTEENTH AVE, between 
Commerce and Sixteenth ave, 
from East Twelfth northeast- 
erly to East Nineteenth. 
1100 East Twelfth 
1200 East Fourteenth 
1250 East Fifteenth 
1300 East Sixteenth 
1350 East Seventeenth 
1450 East Eighteenth 
FIFTH- bet Fourth and Sixth, 
from Oak westerly to Peralta. 
100 Oak 



150 


Madison 
Jackson 


200 


250 


Alice 


300 


Harrison 


350 


Webster 


400 


Franklin 


450 


Broadway 


500 


Washington 


550 


Clay 


60() 


Jefferson 


650 


Grove 



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700 


Castro 


1800 


Twenty-sixth 


750 


Brush 


1900 


Twenty -eighth 


900 


Market 


2000 


Thirtieth 


950 


Myrtle 


2100 


Thirty-second 


1000 


Filbert 


FIRST, bet Water Front and 


1050 


Linden 


Second, from Madison wester- 


ll'iO 


Chestnut 


ly to Peralta. 


1150 


Adeline 


150 


Madison 


1200 


Magnolia 


250 Jackson 


1250 


Union 


250 


Alice 


1300 


Poplar 


300 


Harrison 


1350 


Kirkham 


350 


Webster 


1400 


Cypress 


400 


Franklin 


1450 


Center 


450 


Broadway 


1500 


Chester 


500 


Washington 


1550 


Henry 


550 


Clay 


1600 


Lewis 


600 


Jefferson 


FIFTH AVE, bet Fourth and 


650 


Grove 


Sixth aves, from East Seventh 


700 


Castro 


northeasterly to Matthews ave. 


750 


Brush 


900 


East Seventh 


900 


Market 


950 


East Eighth 


950 


Myrtle 


1000 


E ist Tenth 


1000 


Filbert 


1050 


East Eleventh 


1050 


Linden 


1100 


East Twelfth 


1100 


Chestnut 


1200 


East Fourteenth 


1150 


Adeline 


1250 


East Fifteenth 


1200 


Magnolia 


1300 


East Sixteenth 


1250 


Union 


1350 


East Seventeenth 


1300 


Poplar 


1400 


East Eighteenth 


1350 


Kirkham 


1450 


East Nineteenth 


1400 


Cypress 


1500 


East Twentieth 


1450 


Center 


1550 


East Twenty-first 


1500 


Chester 


1600 


East Twenty-second 


1550 


Henry 


FILBERT, bet Linden and 


1600 


Lewis 


Myrtle, i 


rom First northerly 


1650 


Campbell 


to San Pablo ave. 


1700 


Willow 


600 


First 


1750 


Wood 


700 


Third 


1800 


Pine 


800,Fiith 


1850 


Cedar 


850 


Seventh 


FIRST AVE. bet Lake Merritt 


900 


Eighth 


and Second ave, Irom East 


1000 


Tenth 


Eleventh 


lorlheasterly to East 


1100 


Twelfth 


Fifteenth 




L200 


Fourteenth 


1050 


East Eleventh 


1300 


Sixteenth 


1100 


East Twelfth 


1400 


Eighteenth 


1200 East Fourteenth 


1500 


Twentieth 


1250 


East Fifteenth 


1600 


Twenty-second 


FORD, fr« m San Antonio Creek 


1700 


Twenty-fourth 


to Park ave. 



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FORTY FIFTH, bet Forty 
fourth and Forty-sixth, from 
San Pablo ave to Telegraph 
ave. 

FORTY-FIRST, bet Fortieth 
and Forty-second, from San 
Pablo to Telegraph ave. 

FORTY FOURTH, bet Forty 
third and Forty-fifth, from 
San Pablo to Telegraph ave. 

FORTY SECOND, bet Forty- 
first and Forty-third, from San 
Pablo to Telegraph aves. 

FORTY SEVENTH, north o 

Forty-sixth. 

FORTY SIXTH, bet Forty 
fifth and Fony-seventh, from 
San Pablo ave to Telegraph 
ave. 

FORTY THIRD, bet Forty 
second and Forty-fourth, from 
San Pablo to Telegraph ave. 

FOURTEENTH, ' bet Thir 

teenth and Fifteenth, from 
Fallon westerly to the bay. 
50 Fallon 

100 Oak 

150 Madison 

200 Jackson 

300 Harrison 

350 Webster 

400 Franklin 
»45'> Broadway 

500 Washington 

551) Clay 

6u0 Jefferson 



650 
700 

750 
800 
901) 



Grove 
Castro 
Brush 
West 

Market 
950 Myrtle 
1000 Filbert 
Linden 
Chestnut 
Adeline 
Magnolia 
Union 
1300 Poplar 
1350 Kirkham 



1050 
1100 

1150 
1200 

1250 



1400 Cypress 
1450 Center 
1600 Peralta 
1650 Campbell 
1700 Willow 
FOURTEENTH AVE, bet 

Thirteenth and Fifteenth aves, 
from San Antonio Creek north- 
easterly to city boundary. 
1050 East Eleventh 
1100 E Twelfth 
1200 E Fourteenth 
1250 E Fifteenth 
1300 E Sixteenth 
1350 E Seventeenth 
1400 E Eighteenth 
1450 E Nineteenth 
1500 E Twentieth 
1550 E Twenty-first 
1600 E Twenty-second 
1650 E Twenty-third 
1700 E Twenty -fourth 
1750 E Twenty-fifth 
1800 E Twenty -sixth 
1850 E Twenty-seventh 
1900 E Twenty-eighth 
1950 E Twenty-ninth 
FOURTH, bet Third and Fifth, 
from Oak westerly to Market. 
100 Oak 
150 Madison 
200 Jackson 
250 Alice 
300 Harrison 
350 Webster 
400 Franklin 
450 Broadway 
500 Washington 
550 Clay 
600 Jefferson 
650 Grove 
700 Castro 
750 Brush 
FOURTH AVE, bet Third and 
Fifth aves, from East Seventh 
northeasterly to East Nine- 
teenth. 

900 E Seventh 
950 E Eighth 
1000 E Tenth 




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1050 B Eleventh 


1700 Willow 


1100 B Twelfth 


1750 Wood 


1200 E Fourteenth 


1800 Pine 


1250 E Fifteenth 


1850 Cedar 


1300 E Sixteenth 


GRANT, bet Montgomery and 


1350 E Seventeenth 


Clinton, easterly from Moraga 


1400 E Eighteenth 


Valley road. 


FRANKLIN, bet Broadway 


GROVE, bet Castro and Jeffer- 


and Webster, northerly from 


son, from First northerly to 


Twenty-second. 


Thirty-sixth. 


600 First 


600 First 


650 Second 


650 Second 


700 Third 


700 Third 


750 Fourth 


750 Fourth 


800 Fifth 


800 Fifth 


825 Sixth 


825 Sixth 


850 Seventh 


850 Seventh 


900 Eighth 


900 Eighth 


950 Ninth 


950 Ninth 


1000 Tenth 


1000 Tenth 


1050 Eleventh 


1050 Eleventh 


1100 Twelfth 


1100 Twelfth 


1150 Thirteenth 


1150 Thirteenth 


1200 Fourteenth 


1200 Fourteenth 


1250 Fifteenth 


1250 Fifteenth 


1450 Durant 


1300 Sixteenth 


FRANKLIN (See East Tenth). 


1350 Seventeenth 


FREDERICK, from San An- 


1400 Eighteenth 


tonio Creek to Park ave. 


1450 Nineteenth 


FREDERICK (See Nine 


1600 Twenty-second 


teenth). 


1650 Twenty-third 


FRUIT VALE AVE, east of 


1700 Twenty-fourth 


East Oakland, running north 


1725 Twenty-fifth 


and south. 


1750 Sycamore 


GEARY (See Thirty-ninth). 


1800 Twenty-sixth 


GENOA, bet Calais and Har- 


1850 Twentv-seventh 


per, from Benton to Tehama. 


1900 Twenty eighth 


GENTER, bet Ettie and Glad- 


1950 Twenty-ninth 


ding, from Twenty-eighth 


2000 Thirtieth 


northerly to boundary line oi 


2100 Thirty-second 


Watts' Tract. 


2200 Nolan 


GLADDING, bet Center and 


2300 Walton 


Surry hut', from A northerly to 


HALLECK (Emery Tract), see 


boundary line of Watts' Tract. 


Ettie. 


GOLD, bet Telegraph ave and 


HAMPELL bet Milbury and 


Broadway, from Moss ave 


Peed, from Thirteenth^ ave 


northerly. 


easterly. 


GOSS, betSeventh and Division, 


HANNAH- bet Helen and 


from Willow westerly (o the 


Ettie, from Peralta northerly 


bay. 


to Pai'k ave. 



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HARLAN (Emery Tract), bet 
Watts' and Haven, from Pe 
ralta northerly to Park. 
HARLEY, continuation of 

West. 
HARPER-continuation of West 
HARRISON (See East Seven- 
teenth). 
HARRISON, bet Webster and 
Alice, from First northerly to 
Lake Merritt. 
600 First 
700 Third 
750 Fourth 
800 Fifth 
825 Sixth 
850 Seventh 
900 Eighth 
950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
1200 Fourteenth 
1450 Durant 
HAVEN (Emery Tract) bet 
Harlan and Hollis, from Pe 
ralta northerly to Park ave. 
HELEN, bet Louise and Han 
nah,- from Peralta northerly to 
Park ave. 
HENRY, bet Lewis and Ches- 
ter, from First northerly to 
Eighth. 

600 First 
700 Third 
800 Fifth 
850 Seventh 
HENRY AVE (See East Twen- 
ty-ninth). 
HEPBURN- continuation of 

East Twenty-first. 
HEPBURN (See East Twenty- 
first). 
HOBART (See Twenty-first). 
HOLDEN (Emery Tract), see 

Loni>e. 
HOLLIS (Emery Tract), bet 
Holden and Haver, from 
Yerba Buena ave northerly to 
Park ave. 



HOPKINS, bet Duncan and 
Wilson, from Thirteenth ave 
easterly. 

HORTON (Emery Tract), see 
Helen. 

HOWARD, bet Stone and Wat- 
son, from Pacific northerly to 
Prospect 

HOWARD, from Webster ave 
westerly north of Booth. 

HOWE- west of Webster ave, 
from Booth to cemetery. 

HUBBARD (Emery Tract),see 
Hannah. 

HUFF AVE (See East Twen- 
ty-seventh.) 

HUMBERT (See East Twen- 
tieth). 

I N DEPEND E N C E 
SQUARE, bet East Sixteenth 
and East Nineteenth, and Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth aves. 
ISABELLA, bet Twenty-sec- 
ond and Milton, from San 
Pablo ave westerly to Market. 
800 San Pablo ave 
JACKSON, bet Alice and Mad- 
ison, from First northerly to 
Lake Merritt. 
600 First 
700 Third 
750 Fourth 
800 Fifth 
825 Sixth 
850 Seventh 
900 Eighth 
950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
1150 Thirteenth 
1450 Durant 
JACKSON, continuation of 

East Twentieth. 
JACKSON(See East Eleventh). 
JACKSON (See East Twen- 
tieth). 
JEFFERSON, bet Grove and 
Clay, from First northerly to 
Seventeenth. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



600 First 
650 Second 
700 Third 
750 Fourth 
800 Fifth 
825 Sixth 
850 Seventh 
900 Eighth 
950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
1150 Thirteenth 
1200 Fourteenth 
1250 Fifteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
JEFFER30N(SeeEast Ninth). 
JOHN, from Webster ave west- 
erly, north of Howard. 
JONES, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second, from Tele- 
graph ave westerly to San 
Pablo ave. 

500 Telegraph ave 
JONES, east of Clinton ave, 
from Matthews ave northeast- 
erly to Mound. 
JULIA (or Thirtieth ave), from 
East Fourteenth to East Six- 
teenth. 
KENNEDY, west of Park 

ave. 
KING, south of Valdez. 
KIRKHAM, bet Cypress and 
Poplar, from First northerly 
to Peralta. 

600 First 
700 Third 
800 Fifth 
850 Seventh 
900 Eighth 
950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Eleventh 
1100 Twelfth 
1150 Thirteenth 
1200 Fourteenth 
1250 Fifteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1400 Eighteenth 



1500 Twentieth 
1600 Twenty-second 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
KNOX PLACE, bet Sycamore 
and Albion off Telegraph ave. 
500 Telegraph ave 
LACEY (See East Nineteenth). 
LAKE AVE, continuation of 
Lake Shore ave. 

LAKE SHORE AVE, bet 

Luke St and Lake Merritt, 
from Bay St northeasterly. 
LAKE, north of Fourteenth, 
from Jackson easterly to Lake 
Merritt. 

100 Oakland 
150 Madison 
LAKE ST, bet Lake Shore ave 
and Capital, from Brooklyn 
northerly to Prospect. 
LAUREL (See Twenty-fifth). 
LAWRENCE (or Twenty- 
eighth ave), from East Six- 
teenth to Saunders. 
LEE, east of Oakland ave, 
northeasterly from Bay Place. 
LEWIS- bet Peralta and Henry, 
from First northerly to Pe- 
ralta. 

600 First 
700 Third 
800 Fifth 
LIBERTY, east of Maple, from 

Temescal northerly. 
LINCOLN, bet East Thirtieth 
and Montgomery, from Thir- 
teenth ave easterly to boun- 
dary of city. 
LINCOLN, bet Excelsior and 
Prospect, from Bay to Mat- 
thews ave. 
LINCOLN, bet Seward and 
Twelfth, from Peralta west- 
erly to the hay. 
1600 Peralta 
1700 Willow 
1650 Campbell 
1750 Wood 
1800 Pino 



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LINDEN, bet Chestnut and 


1050 Eleventh 


Filbert, from First northerly 


1100 Twelfth 


to San Pablo ave. 


1150 Thirteenth 


600 First 


1200 Fourteenth 


700 Third 


MADISON(SeeEastFifteenth). 


800 Fifth 


MAGNOLIA, bet Union and 


850 Seventh 


Adeline, trom First northerly] 


900 Eisjhth 


to Thirty-sixth. * 


1000 Tenth 


600 First 


1100 Twelfth 


700 Third 


1200 Fourteenth 


800 Fifth 


1300 Sixteenth 


850 Seventh 


1400 Eighteenth 


900 Eighth 


1500 Twentieth 


1000 Tenth 


1600 Twenty-second 


1100 Twelfth 


17d0 Twenty-fourth 


1200 Fourteenth 


1800 Twenty-sixth 


1300 Sixteenth 


1900 Twenty-eighth 


1400 Eighteenth 


2000 Thirtieth 


1500 Twentieth 


2100 Thirty-second 


1600 Twenty-second 


LINDEN) continuation of 


1700 Twenty-fourth 


Forty-fifth. 


1800 Twenty-sixth 


LIVINGSTON, from San An- 


1900 Twenty- eighth 


tonio Creek to Park ave. 


2000 Thirtieth 


' LOCUST (See Twenty-third). 


2100 Thirty-second 


LOGAN (See Thirty-sixth). 


2200 Thirtv-fourth 


LOUISE- bet Hollis and Helen, 


MAIDEN LANE bet Wood 


from Peralta northerly to Park 


and Pine, from Taylor south- 


ave. 


erly one block. 


LOWELLwest of Adeline from 


MAPLE, bet Telegraph ave and 


Sonoma to Menlo. 


Cherry, from Teme.-cal north- 


LYDIA, bet Twenty-first and 


erly. ' 


Twenty-second, from Brush 


MARIPOSA AVE bet Mer- 


Westerly to Market. 


ced ave and Benton, from Do- 


750 Brush 


ver easterly, crossing Shattuck 


800 West 


ave to Telegraph ave. 


850 Curtis 


MARKET, bet Myrtle and 


MADISON, bet Jackson and 


West, from First northerly to 


Oak, from First northerly to 


Thirty-sixth. 


Lake Merritt. 


600 First 


600 First 


650 Second 


650 Second 


700 Third 


700 Third 


750 Fourth 


750 Fourth 


800 Fifth 


800 Fifth 


825 Sixth 


825 Sixth 


850 Seventh 


850 Seventh 


900 Eighth 


900 Eighth 


950 Ninth 


950 Ninth 


1000 Tenth 


1000 Tenth 


1050 Eleventh 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



1100 Twelfth 
1200 Fourteenth. 
1250 Fifteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1350 Seventeenth 
1400 Eighteenth 
1450 Nineteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1525 Twenty-first 
1550 Lydia 
1600 Twenty-second 
1650 Twenty-third 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
1800 Twenty-sixth 
1900 Twenty-eighth 
2000 Thirtieth 
2050 Thirty-first 
2100 Thirty-second 
2200 Nolan 
2250 Brown 
2300 Walton 

MARYLAND, from San Anto- 
nio Creek to railroad track. 

MATHER, from Webster ave 
westerly north of John. 

MATTHEWS AVE, continu- 

ation of Fourth ave north- 
westerly from East Nineteenth. 

McCALL, bet Dover and Shat- 
tuck ave, from Benton to 
Mono ave. 

McLEMORE (See East 
Eighth). 

MENLO, north of Sutter, from 
Shattuck ave westerly to San 
Pablo ave. 

MERCED AVE, bet Mono 
and Mariposa, from Dover 
easterly crossing Shattuok ave 
to Telegraph ave. 

MERRIMAC PLACE, bet 

Bay Place and Prospect ave, 
from Telegraph ave easterly 
to Webster. 

MILBURY, north of Wilson, 
from Thirteenth ave easterly. 

MILTON, bet Isabella and 
Twenty-sixth, from* San Pablo 
ave westerly to Market. 
850 San Pablo ave 



MINNA, continuation of Forty- 
third. 

MITCHELL (or Twenty-ninth 
ave), from East Sixteenth to 
Saunders. 

MONO AVE, south of Merced 
ave, from Dover easterly to 
Shattuck ave. 

MONROE (See East Sixteenth). 

MONTAGUE, north of Pow- 
ell, from San Pablo ave to the 
bay. 

MONTGOMERY, bet Lincoln 
and Grant, from Thirteenth 
ave easterly to boundary of 
city. 

MONTGOMERY, bet Broad- 
way and Webster ave, from 
Booth to cemetery. 

MORAGA VALLEY ROAD, 

continuation of Thirteenth ave. 
MOSS AVE, north of Thirty- 
sixth, from San Pablo ave 
easterly to Telegraph ave. 
MOUND, north of Excelsior, 

from Clinton easterly. 
MOUNT, north of Excelsior, 

from Clinton easterly. 
MYRTLE, between Filbert and 
Market, from First northerly 
to San Pablo ave. 
600 First 
700 Third 
800 Fifth 
900 Eighth 
1000 Tenth 
1100 Twelfth 
1200 Fourteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1400 Eighteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1600 Twenty-second 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
1800 Twenty-sixth 
1900 Twenty-eighth 
2000 Thirtieth 
2100 Thirty-second 
NEW BROADWAY (See 
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STREET DIRECTORY. 93 


Importer 


NEW, bet Pine and Cedar, 


NINTH AVE, bet Eighth and 


lie Watches, 


south from Taylor one block. 


Tenth aves, from East Tenth 


NINETEENTH, bet Eight- 


northeasterly to Peralta. 


JEWELRY 


eenth and Twentieth, from 


1000 East Tenth 


Silverware. 


Telegraph ave westerly to 


1050 East Eleventh 




Market. 


1100 East Twelfth 


'recious 
Stones, 


500 Telegraph ave 


1200 East Fourteenth 




650 Grove 


1250 East Fifteenth 


Etc 


700 Castro 


1300 East Sixteenth 


315 J St, 


800 West 


1350 East Seventeenth 


Sacramento 


850 Curtis 


1400 Bast Eighteenth 


NINETEENTH AVE, bet 


1450 East Nineteenth 


CAL. 


Eighteenth and Twentieth 


1500 East Twentieth 




aves, from San Antonio Creek 


1550 East Twenty-first 




northeasterly to East Twenty- 


1600 East Twenty-second 




ninth. 


1650 East Twenty-third 




1100 East Twelfth 


1700 East Twenty-fourth 




1200 East Fourteenth 


NOLAN, bet Brockhurst and 




1250 East Fifteenth 


Brown, from Grove westerly 


3T. 


1300 East Sixteenth 


to San Pablo ave. 


VACHHORST. 


1350 East Seventeenth 


650 Grove 




1400 East Eighteenth 


800 West 


315 


1450 East Nineteenth 


900 Market 


" Str»«>t 


1500 East Twentieth 


OAK, bet Madison and Fallon, 




1550 East Twenty-first 


from Fifth northerly to Lake 


Sacramento 


1600 East Twenty-second 


Merritt. 


CAL. 


1650 East Twenty-third 


800 Fifth . I 




1700 East Twenty-fourth 


825 Sixth 


lac Watches, 


1750 East Twenty-fifth 


850 Seventh 


DIAMONDS, 


1800 East Twenty-sixth 


900 Eighth 


1850 East Twentv-eeventh 


950 Ninth 


k. Specialty. 


1900 East Twenty-eighth 


1000 Tenth 




NINTH, bet Eighth and Tenth, 


1100 Twelfth 




from East Front westerly to 


1200 Fourteenth 




Market. 


1250 Fifteenth 




50 Fallon 


OAK, bet Watson and Spruce, 




100 Oak 


from Prospect northerly to 




150 Madison 


Excelsior. 


IK. 


200 Jackson 


OAKLAND AVE, bet Broad- 


WACHHQRST. 


250 Alice 


way and Lee northeasterly 




300 Harrison 


from Bav Place. 


lEWELEi 


350 Webster 


OAKLAND TROTTING 


400 Franklin 


PARK, north of Emery 


315 


450 Broadway 


Tract and west ofSanPablo ave. 


T g-fcf t, 


500 Washington 


ORANGE, continuation of 




550 Clay 


Oakland ave. 


Sacraieiti 


600 Jefferson 


ORCHARD, bet Prospect ave 


CAL. 


650 Grove 


and Hawthorne, from Tele- 


KLTEIWAU. 
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700 Castro 


graph ave easterly to city 


750 Brush 


boundary. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



PACIFIC, south of Brooklyn, 
from Capital easterly to How- 
ard. 

PARK, west of Park Place. 

PARK (See Twenty-seventh) 

PARK AVE, from East Twelfth 
near Twenty-third ave south 
erly to Park, Alameda. 

PARK AVE (Emery Tract), 
from San Pablo ave to the bay 

PARK PLACE, north of 
Spring, from Pleasant ave 

westerly. 

PERALTA, bet Brooklyn and 

• Prospect, from Lake Merritt 

easterly to Clinton. 

PERALTA, east of Campbell, 
from First northerly to San 
Pablo ave. 

600 First 

700 Third 

800 Filth 

850 Seventh 

900 Eighth 

950 Ninth 
1000 Tenth 
1050 Elevenl h 
1100 Twelfth 
1150 Thirteenth 
12 Fourteenth 
1250 Fifteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1350 Seventeenth 
1400 Eighteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1600 Twenty-set ond 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
1800 Twenty-sixth 
1900 Twenty-eighth 
2000 Thirtieth 
2100 Thirty-second 
2200 Thirty -fourth 

PERALTA AVE, bet Fruit 
Vale ave and county road to 
Redwoods. 

PERALTA HEIGHTS, east 

of Lake MeiTitt, bet East 
Eighteenth and East Twenty- 
first, i 



PERRY, east of Wallsworth, 

extension of Oakland ave. 
PINE, bet Cedar and Wood, 
from Third northerly to A. 
700 Third 
750 Atlantic 
800 William 
850 Seventh 
875 Goss 
900 Division 
1000 Seward 
1050 Lincoln 
PINE, bet Spruce and Clinton, 
from Prospect northerly to 
Excelsior. 

PLEASANT AVE, north of 

Like Merritt, northerly to 
cemetery. 
PLUMAS, hot Tehama and So- 
noma, from Shattuck ave west- 
erly to Adeline. 
PLYMOUTH AVE, bet Haw- 
tborne ave and Edwards, from 
Telegraph ave easterly to city 
boundary. 
POPLAR, bet Kirkham and 
Union, from First northerly 
to Peralta. 

600 First 
700 Third 
800 Fifth 
900 Eighth 
1000 Tenth 
1100 Twelf h 
1200 Fourteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1400 Eighteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1600 Twenty-second 
17«i0 Twenty-fourth 
1800 Twenty-six h 
1900 Twenty-eighth 
POWELL, north of Oakland 
Trotting Park, from San Pablo 
ave to the bay. 
PROSPECT- bet Lincoln and 
Peralta, from Lake Merritt 
easterly to Clinton. 
PROSPECT AVE bet Merri- 
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Telegraph ave easterly to city 
boundary. 

PUTNAM- bet Union and 
Stevens, from Clinton north- 
erly to Hampell. 

QUINCEY (See Bast Nine- 
teenth). 

RACINE, bet Telegraph and 
Sh attack aves, from Merced 
to Alcatraz aves. 

RAILROAD AVE (See Sev- 
enth). 

REED; north of Hampell, from 
Thirteenth ave easterly. 

SAN PABLO AVE from 

Fourteenth and Broadway 
northerly to Thirty-sixth. 
1200 Fourteenth 
1250 Fifteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1350 Seventeenth 
1400 Eighteenth 
1450 Nineteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1550 Twenty-first 
1000 Twenty-second 
1650 Twenty-third 
1700 Twenty fourth 
1750 Twenty fifth 
1800 Twenty-sixth 
1850 Twenty-seventh 
1900 Twenty eighth 
1950 Twenty-ninth 
2000 Thirtieth 
2050 Thirty-first 
2100 Thirty-second 
2200 Nolan 
2250 Br«.wn 
2300 Walton 
SAUNDERS- continuation of 

Fas' Twenty-second. 
SAUNDERS (See East Twen- 

ty -second). 
SECOND bet First and Third. 
from Madison westerly to 
Market. (Numbered same as 
Fourth.) 
SECOND AVE bel First and 
Third aves. t'rnm East Tenth 
northerly to Bas1 S xleenth. 



1000 East Tenth 
1100 East Twelfth 
1200 East Fourteenth 
1250 East Fifteenth 

SEVENTEENTH, bet Six- 

teenth and Eighteenth, from 
Broadway westerly to Market, 
and from Kirkham westerly 
to the bay. (Numbered same 
as Nineteenth.) 

SEVENTEENTH AVE, bet 

Sixteenth and Eighteenth 
aves, from San Antonio Creek 
northeasterly to East Twenty- 
fourth. (Numbers similar to 
Nineteenth ave as far as East 
Twenty-fourth.) 
SEVENTH, bet Sixth and 
Eighth, from East Front west- 
erly to the bay. 
50 Fallon 
100 Oak 
150 Madison 
200 Jackson 
250 Alice 
300 Harrison 
350 Webster 
400 Franklin 
450 Broadway 
r>00 Washington 
550 Clay 
600* Jefferson 
650 Grove 
700 Castro 
750 Brush 
800 West 
900 Market 
950 Myrtle 
1000 Filbert 
1O50 Linden 
1100 Chestnut 
1150 Adeline 
1200 Magnolia 
1250 Union 
13"0 Poplar 
1350 Kirkham 
1400 Cypress 
1450 Center 
1500 Chester 
1550 Henry 



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1600 Lewis 

1650 Campbell 

1700 Willow 

1800 Pine 

1850 Cedar 
SEVENTH AVE, bet Sixth 
and Eighth aves, from San 
Antonio Creek northeasterly 
to East Twenty-fifth. (Num- 
bered same as Eighth ave.) 
SEWARD, bet Lincoln and 
Taylor, from Peralta westerly 
to the bay. 

1600 Peralta 

1700 Willow 

1800 Pine 
SHASTA, bet Sonoma and Sut- 
ter, from Shattuck ave west- 
erly to Adeline. 
SHATTUCK AVE, from junc- 
tion of Forty-filth and Tele- 
graph ave to Berkeley. 

SHELL MOUND AVE, south 

of King, E O. 

SHELL MOUND PARK, on 

Central Pacific Eailroad, west 
of Oakland Trotting Park. 

SHELL MOUND TRACT, 
bet Livingston and Dennisons, 
E O. 

SHORT, bet Goss and Division, 
from Pine westerly to the bay. 
1800 Division 
1850 Cedar 

SILVER, bet Telegraph ave 
and Broadway, from Moss ave 
northerly. 

SIXTEENTH, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth, from Tele- 
graph ave westerly to the bay. 

SIXTEENTH AVE, bet Fif- 
teenth and Seventeenth aves, 
from San Antonio Creek north- 
easterly to East Twenty-first. 
(Numbered same as Eight- 
eenth ave, stopping at East 
Twenty- first.) 

SIXTH, bet Fifth and Seventh 
from Fallon westerly to Mar 



ket. (Numbered the same as 
Fourth.) 

SIXTH AVE, bet Fifth and 
Seventh aves, from East Sev- 
enth northeasterly to East 
Twentieth. (Numbered simi- 
lar to Fifth ave.) 

SONOMA, bet Plumas and 
Shasta, from Shattuck ave 
westerly to Adeline. 

SPRING-, north of Lake Mer- 
ritt, from Pleasant ave west- 
erly. 

SPRUCE, bet Oak and Pine, 
from Prospect northerly to 
Excelsior. 

STEVENS, east of Putnam, 
from Duncan northerly 

STONE, bet Capital and How- 
ard, from Pacific northerly to 
Prospect. 

STRATTON (See East Twen- 
ty-sixlh). 

SULLIVAN (See East Twen- 
ty-third). 

SUMMER, north of Lake Mer- 
ritt and east of Broadway. 

SUMMIT, bet Telegraph ave 
and Webster, from Prospect 
ave northerly two blocks. 

SURRYHNE, bet Gladding 
and the bay, from A northerly 
to B. 

SUTTER, bet Shasta and 
Meulo, from Shattuck ave 

• westerly to Adeline. 

SYCAMORE, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth, from Tele- 
graph ave westerly to San 
Pablo ave. 

500 Telegraph ave 
650 Grove 

TAYLOR, bet Seward and 
Chase, from Peralta westerly 
to the bay. 

1600 Peralta 
1650 Campbell 
1700 Willow 
1750 Wood 
1800 Pine 



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96a 



TEHAMA, bet Alpine and Plu- 
mas, from Shattuck ave west- 
erly to Adeline. 

TELEGRAPH AVE, from 

Fifteenth and Broadway north- 
erly to Thirty-sixth. 
1250 Fifteenth 
1300 Sixteenth 
1350 Seventeenth 
1400 Eighteenth 
1450 .Nineteenth 
1500 Twentieth 
1550 Twenty-first 
1600 Twenty-second 
1700 Twenty-fourth 
1800 Twenty-sixth 
1900 Twenty-eighth 
2000 Thirtieth 
2100 Thirty-second 
2200 Thirty-fourth 
2300 Thirty sixth 
TENTH, bet Ninth and Elev- 
enth, from Fallon westerly to 
Peralta. (Numbered same as 
Eighth.) 
TENTH AVE, bat Ninth and 
Eleventh aves, from East 
Tenth northeasterly to East 
Twentieth. (Numbered same 
as Ninth ave to terminus.) 
THIRD, bet Second and Fourth, 
from Oak westerly to the bay. 
(Numbered same as Fifth.) 
THIRD AVE, bet Second and 
Fourth aves, from East Eighth 
northeasterly to East Seven- 
teenth. (Numbered same as 
Fourth ave.) 
THIRTEENTH, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth, from Fallon 
westerly to Market and from 
Center westerly to Wood. 
(Numbered same as Eleventh.) 

THIRTEENTH AVE, bet 

Twelfth and Fifteenth aves, 
from East Eleventh northeast- 
erly to city boundary. Num- 
bered same as Eleventh ave.) 
THIRTIETH, bet Twenty 
ninth and Thirty-first, from 



Telegraph ave westerly to San 
Pablo ave, and bet Twenty- 
eighth and Thirty-second, from 
San Pablo westerly to Per- 
alta. (Numbered same as 
Thirty-sefond.) 
THIRTY-FIRST, bet Thir- 
tieth and Thirty-second, from 
Telegraph ave westerly to San 
Pablo ave. 

500 Telegraph ave 
650 Grove 
800 West 
THIRTYFOURTH, bet 

Thirty-second and Thirty- 
sixth, from San Pablo ave 
westerly to Peralta. 

1050 Linden 

1150 Adeline 

1200 .Magnolia 
THIRTY-NINTH, south of 
Fortieth, from San Pablo to 
Telegraph aves. 

THIRTY-SECOND, north of 

Thirty-first, from Telegraph 
ave westerly to Peralta. 
500 Telegraph ave 
650 Grove 
800 West 
Market 
San Pablo ave 
Filbert 
Linden 
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Adeline 
Magnolia 
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900 
950 
1000 
1050 
1100 
1150 
1200 
1250 

THIRTY SIXTH, northern 
boundary line • of the city. 
(Numbered same as Thirty- 
second.) 
TRENOR, from San Antonio 

Creek to Park ave. 
TWELFTH, bet Eleventh and 
Thirteenth, from Fallon west- 
erly to the bay. (Numbered 
same as Fourteenth.) 
TWELFTH AVE, bet Elev- 
enth and Thirteenth aves, from 
San Antonio Creek northeast- 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



erly toEastTwentieth. (Num- 
bered same as Eleventh ave to 
East Twentieth.) 
TWENTIETH, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-first, from 
Lake Merritt westerly to Mar- 
ket and Peralta, westerly to 
the bay. (Numbered same as 
Eighteenth.) 

TWENTIETH AVE, bet 

Nineteenth and Twenty-first 
aves, from East Twelfth north- 
easterly to East Twenty first. 
(Numbered same as Eight- 
eenth ave.) 

TWENTY EIGHTH, bet 

Twenty seventh and Twenty- 
ninth, from Grove westerly to 
San Pablo ave, and bet 
Twenty-sixth and Thirtieth, 
from San Pablo ave westerly 
to Peralta. (.Numbered same 
as Thirl v-second.) 

TWENTYFIFTH, bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
sixth, from Broadway west- 
erly to San Pablo ave. 
450 Broadway 
500 Telegraph ave 
650 Grove 
TWENTY-FIRST, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second, from 
Broadway wet-terly to Peralta. 
(Numbered same as Nine 
teenth.) 

TWENTY FIRST AVE, be. 

Twentieth and Twenty-second 
avos.fiom East Twelfth north- 
easterly to city boundary. 
(Numbered same as Nine- 
teenth ave ) 

TWENTY FOURTH b e t 

Twenty-third and Twenty- 
fifth, from Lake Merritt west 
erly io San Pablo ave, and 
from Market westerly to the 
bay. 

300 Waverly 

350 Valdez 

400 Webster 



450 Broadway 

500 Telegraph ave 

650 Grove 

900 Market 

950 xMyrtle 
1000 Filbert 
1050 Linden 
1100 Chestnut 
1150 Adeline 
1200 Magnolia 
1300 Poplar 
1600 Peralta 
1700 Willow 
1750 Wood 
TWENTY-NINTH, bet 

Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth, 
from Grove westerly to San 
Pablo ave. 

650 Grove 

800 West 

TWENTY-S ECOND, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty- 
third, from Lake Merritt west- 
erly to the bay. (Numbered 
same as Twenty-fourth.) 

TWENTY SECOND AVE, 

bet Twenty-fir-t ave and city 
boundary, from East Twelfth 
northeasterly to East Twenty- 
first. (Numbered same as 
Eighteenth ave) 

TWENTY SEVENTH, bet 

Twenty-sixth and Twenty- 
eighth, from Grove westerly 
to San Pablo ave. 
650 Grove 
800 West 

TWENTY-SIXTH, bet Syca- 
more and Twenty-seventh, 
from Grove westerly to San 
Pablo ave, and bet Twenty- 
fourth and Twenty-eighth, 
from San Pablo westerly to 
the bay. (Numbered same as 
Twenty fourth.) 

TWENTY THIRD bet Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-fourth, 
from Telegraph ave easterly 
to Lake Merritt, and from San 
Pablo ave easterly to GroVe. 



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STREET DIRECTORY. 



96c 



(Numbers correspond with 
Twenty-fourth as far as it ex- 
tends.) 

TYLER, from San Antonio 
Creek 10 Park ave. 

UNION, bet Poplar and Mag- 
nolia, from First northerly to 
Peraita. (Numbered same as 
Poplar.) 

VALDEZ, bet Webster and 
Waverly, from Twenty-second 
northerly to Twenty-fourth. 
1600 Twenty-second 
1630 Twenty- third 

VALDEZ, south of Kennedy. 

VALLEY, bet Telegraph ave 
and Broadway, from Twenty- 
second northerly to Twenty 
fourth. 

1 Twenty-second. 
50 Twenty-third. 

VERNON, continuation of Lee 

WALLACE (See Twenty 
eighth). 

WALLSWORTH, east of 
Broadway, from Prospect 
northeasterly. 

WALNUT (See Twenty-sec- 
ond). 

WALTON, bet Brown and 
Thirty-sixth, from Telegraph 
ave westerly to San Pablo ave 
.500 Telegraph ave 
650 Grove 
800 West 
900 Market 

WASHINGTON, bet Clay 
and Broadway, from First 
northerly to Fourteenth. 
(Numbered same as Clay to 
its terminus. Fourteenth.) 

WASHINGTON (See East 
Twelfth). 

WATER, bet Shell Mound ave 
and San Antonio Creek. 

WATSON, east of Howard, 
from Pacific northeasterly to 
Excelsior. 

WAVERLY, east of Valdez, 



from Twenty-second north- 
erly to Twenty-fourth. 
1600 Twenty-second 
1650 Twenty-third 

WATTS (Emery Tract), bet 
Emery and Harlan, from Pe 
ralta northerly to Park ave. 

WEBSTER AVE, from Cen 
tral Place northeasterly to! 
Mountain Yiew Cemetery. 

WEBSTER, bet Franklin and 
Harrison, from First northerly 
to Hawthorne ave. (Numbered 
same as Broadway.) 

WEBSTER (See East Eight-j 
eenth). 

WEST, bet Market and Brush, 
from Sixth northerly to Thir-j 
ty-sixth. (Numbered same as 
Brush, beginning at Sixth.) 

WESTON AVE, north of 

Moss ave, from Sun Pablo ave % 
easterly to Telegraph ave. 

WIARD'S LANE, from San 
Pablo ave to Oakland Trot- 
ting Park. 

WILLIAM, bet Seventh and 
Atlantic, from Peraita west- 
erly to the bay. 
1700 Wiliow 
1750 Wood 
1800 Pine 
1850 Cedar 

WILLIAM- bet Nineteenth 
and Twentieth from Telegraph 
ave westerly to San Pablo ave. 
500 Telegraph ave 

WILLOW, bet Wood and 
Campbell, from Third north- 
erly to Twenty-eighth. (Num- 
bered same as Campbell.) 

WILLOW, from San Antonio 
Creek to Park ave. 

WILSON, bet Hopkins and 
Mil bury, from Thirteenth ave 
easterly. 

WOOD, bet Pine and Willow 
from Third northerly to A. 
(Numbered same as Campbell.) 



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Abrahamson Julius, manager with G Abrahamson, res 114 

Eleventh 
Abres John, laborer, res 1011 East Twenty-second 
Achard Charles, carriage trimmer, 367 Eleventh, res same 
Achard Charles Jr, carriage trimmer (S E), res 367 Eleventh 
Adams A H, engineer (S F), res 1311 San Pablo ave 
Adriance J C, agent California Cracker Co, res 513 East Twelfth 
African M E Church, SE cor Seventh and West 
Agassiz Grove, A O Druids, meets at Pythian Hall, 1036 Broadway 
Ahern Peter, carpenter and builder, res Sixteenth bet Jefferson 

and Grove 
Ains worth A G, res 852 Eighteenth 
Akin Robert, engineer C P R R, res cor Short and Cedar 

ALAMEDA AND CONTRA COSTA BIBLE SOCIETY, G W 

Amies president, C W Dearborn secretary, H K Stark- 
weather treasurer, Rev John Thompson agent, depository 
961 Broadway 

Alameda Chapter No 36, R A M, W N Pcarse secretary, meets 
first and third Wednesday of each month, Masonic Temple 

Alameda Degree Lodge No 5,10 F, W S Dryden secretary, 
I F Hall 

ALAMEDA FURNITURE FACTORY, W W Chamberlain mana- 
ger, depot 420 Twelfth 

Alameda Stamm O R M No 133, meets at Germania Hall 

Alcatraz Lodge No 244, F and A M, meets at Masonic Temple 

Alden Edna M Mrs, res 722 Myrtle 

Alexander Charles O, clerk (S F), res Galindo Hotel 

Alexander John, waiter, res 625 Tenth 

ALLEN BROS (Edmund L R and David L R), proprietors Oak- 
land Skating Rink, NE cor Eleventh and Webster 

Allen David L R (Allen Bros), res Blake House 

Allen Edmund L R (Allen Bros), res Blake House 

Allen Henry, compositor, res cor Ninth and Franklin 

Allen Margaret Mrs, janitress Prescott House, res 1000 Campbell 

Allinghain Wm, well-borer, res 909 Seventh 



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96e 



AMANN EUGENE- meat market, 718 Webster cor Fourth, res 

719 Sixth 
American Bible Society, Rev John Thompson agent, 1350 

Franklin 
AMERICAN TEA STORE, E W Stratford proprietor, 1253 

Broadway 
Amerman Nellie Mrs, dressmaker, res 647 Campbell 
Ames O W Mrs, res 990 Fourth 
Anderson Adolph L, res 687 Twenty-sixth 
Anderson Frederick, res 831 Thirtieth 
Anderson N C Mrs, boarding school, 1162 Seventh 
Andiffred Henry, butcher with J H Theime, res 1313 Brush 
Andrew Herman, blacksmith, res 1021 Franklin 
Andrew Joseph, barber, res 1171 Eighteenth ave 
Andrews Ida M Miss, res cor Market and Ninth 
Andrews Mary J, res cor Eleventh and Madison 
Angelo Jeto, gardener, res cor Fourteenth and Wood 
Arlett James C, clerk with Porter Bros & Co, res 1504 San Pablo 

ave 
Armstrong Wm, artist, res 1475 Seventh 
Athearn J H, groceries (S F), res 1070 Center 
Auston Sarah A, res 475 Ninth 

Bailey John N, street contractor, 402 East Twentieth 
Bailev M T, printer, res 1212 Sixteenth ave 
BAILY H M (Seymour & Baily), 506 Ninth 
Baker A S, furniture, 1357 Telegraph ave, res same 
BALTIMORE DIME COFFEE HOUSE, W C Carpenter proprie- 

tor, 424 Eleventh nr Broadway 
Banner House, Mrs H Davis proprietress, 524 Sixteenth 
Baron Philip, music teacher, res 1322 Harrison 
Bartholomew Henry, res 657 Jackson 
Bashford Francis A Mi's, res 1379 Harrison 
Bassett J P,,baggageni aster CPRR, res 1156 Broadway 
Batchelder A H, salesman (S F), res 1260 Grove 
Batchelder D*F, special policeman, res 1357 Telegraph ave 
Batchelder Fedelia Mrs, res 1329 Harrison 
Bau Thomas, res 475 Ninth 

Baudrey House, Mrs J H Whitney proprietress, 875 Washington 
Bauman John, carpenter, res 1073 Fourteenth ave 
Baxley Catharine A Miss, res 125 Third 
Beam Joel, cook, res 1631 Market 
Belcher G L, machinist (S F), res 1143 Myrtle 
B liars Wm T, res 315 Seventh 
Belle Alphonse, teacher languages, res 1670 Valdez 
Beman M E Mis, spiritual healer, 1458 Seventh, res same 
Bmnison E H, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 1157 

Broadway 



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Bensel John, Co No 2, res 818 Twenty -seventh 

Benson B F, collector, res Clarendon House 

Berger Mathias, carpenter, res 1107 Peralta 

Bernhard Robert, ship broker (S F), res 1553 Eighth 

Berry David, painter Oakland Carriage Factory, res 410 Tenth 

Berry Richard, engineer steamer, res 152-3 Fifth 

Beyer Win, saloon (S F), res 1218 Fourteenth 

Bickerton Gussie Miss, dressmaker with Mrs E S Read, res 1216 

Clav 
BICYCLE EXCHANGE, M" J O'Gara proprietor, 1454 Seventh 
BILLINGS CHARLES, with P Hansom & Co, res 1503 

Seventh 
Bi merle Morris, New York Bakery, res Hartman House 
Bird Michael Mrs, res 254 Fifth 
Birkenmeyer Antone, butcher, res 967 East Twelfth 
Birkmeyer Pauline Mine, teacher German, res 325 Sixth 
Birkmeyer Sylvia Miss, music teacher, res 325 Sixth 
Blackman Wm H, driver hose cart No 1, O F D, res 514 Fifteenth 
Bocqueraz Antoine, res cor Sixth and Cla} r 
Bodell Annie M Miss, res 210 Second 
Bond Frederick, teamster, res 807 Alice 
Bone Anna Miss, res 1407 Eighth 
Bone Maggie Miss, res 1407 Eighth 
Bos well A T, bookkeeper Oakland Planing Mills, 462 Ninth, res 

Hartman House 
Bourgin Peter, gun and locksmith, 660 Washington, res same 
Bourgin Peter Jr, locksmith, res 660 Washington 
Bowen Joseph, nailmaker, res 1934 Poplar 
B0YCE W D> bank, office, and store fittings, 960 Franklin, res 

Thirty-first nr Telegraph ave 
B0YSEN ANDREW, proprietor Mechanics' Hotel, 416 Seventh 
Bradley Thomas, plasterer, res 1465 Castro 
Brayton Albert P Jr, clerk (S F), res 1167 Jackson ' 
Breuer Otto, clerk, res 1660 Seventh % 

Briggs Mollie Miss, res 1364 Sixteenth 
Brizzola Louis, capitalist, res 662 Jefferson 
Brizzola Torquinio, clerk, res 66:2 Jefferson 

Broadwell M L (Towle, Jenkins & Broadwell), res 1016 Jefferson 
Bromley C E Miss, curator East Oakland Reading Room, res 366 

% East Fourteenth 
Brooklyn Lodge No 125, F and A M, meets Tuesday evening, 

Odd Fellows Hall 
Brooklyn Lodge No 255, F and A M, meets Odd Fellows Hall 
Brooklyn Lodge No 384, I O G T, meets Thursday evening, 

Washington Hall 
Brooklyn Pharmacy, George H Clapp proprietor, cor Central and 

Thirteenth ave 



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Brooklyn Rebecca Lodge No 12, meets Monday evening, N\V 

cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Brother's School, Brother Lactin teacher, cor Sixteenth ave and 

East Sixteenth 
Brower T W, printer, res 1323 Twelfth ave 
BROWN A J. proprietor Oregon House, 1156 Broadway 
Brown Fred T, wood, coal, hay, and grain, cor Thirty-fourth 

and Telegraph ave 
BROWN JOHN A. saloon, SE cor Fourth and Broadway, res 1465 

Third 
Brownell E A V Mi\s, physician, 232 Twelfth, res same* 
Bruce Walter D, fireman CPRR, res 1766 William 
Bruner J D Mrs, res 1361 Market 
"BULLETIN' (The, monthly), Young Men's Christian Association 

publishers, office 865 Broadway 
BURKE AGNES MISS (successor to Burke & Cunningham), mil- 
linery and fancy goods, 1171 Broadway, res Weldon House 
Burnell Jos (Burnell & Grace), res 627 East Twelfth 
Burnell & Grace (Joseph Burnell and Frank Grace), barbers, 627 

East Twelfth 
Burnham P D, steward Tubbs Hotel 

BURR ALL WILL H- notary public, real estate and loan agent, 
NE cor Ninth and Broadway, res 614 Sixteenth 

Buscke Albert, machinist, res 716 Market 

Butler James, saloon, 719 Broadway, res same 

Butler John F, employe Alameda Planing Mills, res 811 Washing- 
ton 

Byington Col, insurance agent, res 856 Market 

Cadogan P J, bookkeeper (S F), res 1416 Castro 

Cahill John, waiter, res 769 Twenty-second 

Cain Patrick, dairy, res 708 Twenty-seventh 

California Door Co, J P Farrell agent, 460-464 Second 

Camille Adam, teamster with V L Fortin, res 476 Third 

Camp Jane Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Camp Valencia Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Campbell Fred M Mrs, assistant Lincoln School, res 1954 San 
Pablo ave 

Campbell Isabella Mrs, dressmaker, res 552 Seventh 

CantHeld Chas, painter, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Cantfield James, teamster, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Cantfield John, farmer, res 1068 Thirty-second 

Captain of Police, Peter Pumyea, office Citv Hall 

Carpignano Giovanni, bootmaker, 1519 San Pablo ave 

Carr C M, res 854 Brush 

Carroll Wm, bookkeeper, res cor Tenth and Webster 

Cary L De Witt, capitalist, res 316 Tenth 



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Cary L H Jr, clerk, res 816 Eighth 

Caskill Win, mining engineer (S F), res Hartman House 

Cass Peter, gilder, res 855 Harrison 

Centennial House, Mrs M M Swartwout proprietress, 1836| 
Seventh 

CENTRAL HOUSE, C J Rossini proprietor, 1727 Seventh, West 
Oakland 

CHADW1CK A M> principal Spencerian Business College, res 480 
Twenty-second 

Chamberlain William E Jr (Chamberlain & Robinson, S F), res 
SW cor Tenth and Magnolia 

Chloupek C H, engineer Fulton Engine No 2, res Sixth bet Broad- 
way and Washington 

Christy Anson, carpenter, res 1410 West 

Christy James, carpenter, res 1410 West 

CHURCH J9HM H, proprietor Golden Gate Theater, res cor Sev- 
enth and Broadway 

Church John H Jr, treasurer Golden Gate Theater, res cor Sev- 
enth and Broadway 

Church of Seventh-day Adventists, Elder J H Waggoner pastor, 
NE cor Thirteenth and Clay 

Church Wm H, postal clerk (S F), res 1322 Tenth 

Churchill Wm Mrs, res 574 Sycamore 

Ciondre Francisco, fruits, etc, 920 Broadway, res same 

City Physician and Health Officer, Dr J R Bradway, room 1, 
City Hall 

City Tax Collector, George Atkinson, City Hall 

City Treasurer, Gal em M Fisher, City Hall 

Clark C H, clerk OP R R office, res Twenty -second bet San 
Pablo ave and Brush 

Clark Charles, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1912 Telegraph 
ave 

CLECAK ANTON. Rockaway Restaurant, 1112 Broadway 

Cleland D, bench-hand Pioneer Planing Mill, res 854 Brush 

Clinton House, W P Melvin manager, cor East Twelfth and 
Sixth ave 

Coe John T, collector, 921 Broadway, res 514 Fifteenth 

Cogorno Rosa, res (523 Filbert 

Cohn James, blacksmith C P R R, res 815 Twenty-second 

Colburn E S, clerk C P R R, res 140!) Market 

Compton Jam ss, grocerl s. res 1651 Myrtle 

COOPED MAftY MRS dressmaking parlors, 939 Campbell, res 
san I'' 

Cooper Thomas, carpenter, 939 Campbell 

CORNWALL A- dentist, 1069 Broadway 

Coughlan John, tinsmith, res Clarendon House 

County Assessor, Jesse Robinson, office Court House 

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Cox William H, nurseryman, res 653 Seventh 

Craft Harry M, insurance agent (S F), res East Thirtieth bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second aves 
Craig Victor, artist, res 310 Third 
Crane Geo, clerk C P R R (S F), res Johnson House 
Crane Lauren E, writer, res 584 Thirty-fifth 
Crimmon Peter, carpenter, 759 Seventh, res same 
Crosson E Miss, dressmaker, res 1260 West 
Dall Chas L, toll collector Broadway Wharf (S F), res 416 

Seventeenth 
Dalmas Charles, cooper, 610 Broadway, res 755 Webster 
Darby C A, attorney-at-law, res 664 Eighteenth 
Davis Geo H, student, res 805 Clay 
Davis H Mrs, proprietress Banner House, 524 Sixteenth 
Davis Henry C, dentist (S F), res 1318 Jackson 
Deal George, confectionery and bakery, 963 Franklin, res same 
De Forrest H L, b ok and job printing, 469 Sixth, res cor 

Eleventh and Broadway 
De Fremery James, capitalist, res 1305 Adeline 
De Fremery James L, student, res 1305 Adeline 
Denison Thomas S, res 934 Myrtle 
! Deuschle John, carpenter, res 662 Fifth 
Dickson James, superintendent Brooklyn and Fruit Vale horse 

cars, res 1304 Tenth ave 
Diercks Henr\-, carpenter, res 1455 Sixth 

Dierrsen Henry, foreman Samm's Flouring Mills, res 516 Fifth 
Dolan John W, plumber and gasfitter, res 468 Seventh 
Dond Eugene S, salesman with Coghill & Simon, res 856 Market 
Dougry Charles, plasterer, res 471 Twent} T -sixth 
Dowling Richard James, builder, 521 Seventh 
Du Castel E Mme, dressmaking, res 1124 Filbert 
Du Castel Emile, teacher languages, res 1124 Filbert 
Dubley Chas, bartender with J A Brown, res 1465 Third 
Eagan Ella Miss, dressmaker, res 1108 Third 
Eagan Teresa, dressmaker, res 1108 Third 

EAGLE PLANING MILL, Towle, Jenkins & Broadwell proprie- 
tors, Fourteenth nr Franklin 
Edwards Con, upholsterer with H Schellhaas, res cor Twenty- 
first and New Broadway 
Ekensteen Augustus, packer with Murphy, Grant & Co (S F), 

res 1155 Campbell 
Eliason Martin, cabinetmaker, res 1607 Market 
Elliott Wallace W (W W Elliott & Co, S F), res 1368 Franklin 
Emery H H, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res cor Park 

and San Pablo ave 
Emery Moses, capitalist, res Ross House 
tlMRWARLi Evans Frank) clerk> res 10 64 Eleventh ave 

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Fatton Lewis, clerk with Mrs F H Meyer, res 1450| Seventh 

Farnum A L Mrs, dressmaker, res 1685 Seventh 

Farquhar M M Miss, res 475 Ninth 

Farrell L F Mrs, short-hand reporter, res 856 Market 

Fasshauer Jacob C, druggist, cor Seventh and Broadway, res 

823 Filbert 
Fey J, agent Chronicle, res 1729 Adeline 
FIBUSH BROS, cigar manufactory, 1103 Broadway 
Fickett Isaac S Mrs, res 1448 Chestnut 
Finney Thos, carpenter, res cor Twenty -second and Filbert 
Fisher Michael, groceries, cor Twenty-ninth and West 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith CPRR shops, res 1862 William 
Fossard Aimable, merchant (S F), res 1129 Peralta 
Francis John P, car cleaner CPRR, res 780 Campbell 
Fredricks Jake, fireman CPRR, res 1772 Seventh 
Freeman Louis, boots and shoes, 919 Broadway, res 574 Ninth 
Freud A A, clerk Eureka Hotel 
Frick Alfred I, ies 460 Third 
FUGEL HUGO, depot Schiltz Milwaukee Beer, 468 Twelfth, res 

1307 Jefferson 
Gaillard Albert H, clerk (S F), res 1521 Eighth 
Gallagher Bridget Ann Miss, res 957 Third 
GARDINER JAMES T, house and sign painter, 417 Thirteenth, 

res 272 Eleventh 
Garner Geo T, mechanic CPRR, res 839 Harrison 
George Robt, expert accountant (S F), res West above Twelfth 
Gibson W, res 529 Eighth 

G5ER THEODORE, groceries, 1020 Third cor Linden, res same 
GIRARD HOUSE. A C Newman proprietor, 955| Washington 
GOLDEN EAGLE (The), Charles Jurgens proprietor, 1311 San 

Pablo ave 
Golden Gate Hotel, cor Dalton ave and Bay, Stock Yards 
Golden Gate Incubator Factory, Davis & Look proprs, 553 East 

Central ave 
GOLDEN GATE THEATER, John H Church proprietor, s s 

Eighth bet Broadway and Washington 
Gonzalez William, property man Golden Gate Theater 
Gore Cyrus A, contractor and builder, res 1010 Twenty-fourth 
Grace Frank (Burnell & Grace), res 627 East Twelfth 

GRAYSON, HARRELL & CO (W J Owen, J W Phillips, g W 

Grayson and J Harrell), wholesale butchers, office 456 

Eighth 
Green Sarah Mrs, saloon and lodgings, cor Third and Broadway 
GROSS WM marble dealer ami proprietor Monument Marble 

Works, 855 Franklin, res same 
Hahn Henry, capitalist, res 1622 Seventh 
Haniby Geo, carpenter, res 1747 Filbert 

H i :*;» Geary St., San Fr n< :sco. 
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Hamilton Harry, bartender Time Card Saloon, res NW cor 

Seventh and Webster 
Handlos Geo, salesman with W H Nolan, res 408 Thirteenth 
Hanford E T, miller, res cor Twenty-first and San Pablo ave 
HANLEY MICHAEL- wines and liquors, 1507 Seventh, res same 
Hansen Bros (H and R Hansen), proprs Colosseum, Twelfth bet 

Harrison ami Webster 
Hansom OP(OP Hansom & Co), res 1503 Seventh 
HANSOM P & CO (O P Hansom and Chas Billings), tailors, 1503 

Seventh 
Hard R B Jr, bartender Loud's Branch Mint, res 11 Valley 
Harper Josie Miss, res 463 Sixth 
Harper Win Mrs, groceries, 13b'l Twelfth, res same 
Harrison Geo E, physician and surgeon California Medical Col- 
lege, res Blake House 
Harrison T G, groceries, res Market Street Block 
Hartman F G, shooting gallery, 467 Eighth, res Alameda 
Hartwell A K, agent Singer Manufacturing Co, res 1254 San 

Pablo ave 
Hawks Robert H, time keeper Oakland Gas Light Co, res cor 

Second and Grove 
Hayes James J, policeman, res 606 East Eighteenth 
Hayes T R, director Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res NE cor Fif- 
teenth and Brush 
Healy Patrick, sewer contractor, 1172 Broadway, res e s Brush 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Hehemann Frank, employe Bay City Soda Works (S F), res 

881 Twenty-second 
Henderson Alexander, house mover, res 1906 Broadway 
Highlan James, expressman, res 870 Twenty first 
Hildebrande Geo D, newspaper correspondent, res 677 Twenty- 

fii-st 
HILL JOHN W (Hill & Lockett, Alameda), res 1714 Linden 
Hines Martin, mining, res 2045 Magnolia 
Holland Julien, cabinetmaker, res 716 Fourth 
Holmes Silas M treasurer San Joaquin and Kern Valley R R Co, 

res 1013 Fourteenth 
Hopkins T J Mrs, groceries. 759 Fifth, res same 
Horan John C, saloon, 566 Broadway, res same 
Hum bold Julius, contractor, res 1411 Franklin 
Hunt Chas A, foreman City Hall Stables, res 573 Sixteenth 
Huscroft L Mrs, propr Woodland House, 1003 Clay 
Hyde W, patent sieving, res 1318 Telegraph ave 
Independent Order of Chosen Friends, Clinton Council No 63, 
D Hughes secretary, meets Tuesday evenings at Washing- 
ton Hall, East Oakland 
Ingram Tillie Miss, dressmaker, res cor Oak and Railroad ave 



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INWALL HARRY J, wines and liquors, 461 Seventh, res 309 

Eighth 
Irwin Harry F, bartender with J P Wonderlich, res Dietz Opera 

House 
Jahnigen Gustave, bartender with John Fleming, res 1312 Tenth 

ave 
Jencks Jared H, architect and builder, res 1759 Twenty-first ave 
Jenkins F E (Towle, Jenkins & Broadwell), res Alameda 
JOHNSON EDWARD E, proprietor Time Card Saloon, NW cor 

Seventh and Webster, res cor Harrison and Seventh 
Johnston N E, tailor with Chas Babb, res 1457 Filbert 
Jones Chas A (McAlester & Jones, S F), res cor Madison and 

Ninth 
Jones James H, employe box factory, res 1605 Myrtle 
Jones Josie Mrs, res 718 Twelfth 

Judson J W, contractor and builder, res 1120 Washington 
Jurgens J H, grocer, cor San Pablo ave and Union 
Kane Michael F, employe C PRE, res 812 Louis 
Keating Michael, painter CPRR, res 1459 Castro 
Keefer Alice Miss, teacher, res cor Filbert and Seventh 
Kelly C M, carpenter, res 706 Webster 
Keil Wm, carpenter, res 1749 Filbert 
Kelly Geo, U S mail agent, res 532 Thirty-fourth 
Kennedy Frank H, letter carrier, res 31 Wilcox Block 
Kimball Albert A, carpenter, res cor Seventh and Center 
Kingkade L Miss, assistant Irving Grammar School, res NE cor 

Fourteenth and Clay 
Kingston Thos, salesman with Christian Schreiber, res cor Sixth 

and Broadway 
Knight N R, wool merchant, res cor East Twenty-seventh and 

Twenty-first ave 
Knights of Honor, Clinton Lodge No 2019, meets Wednesday 

evenings at Washington Hall 
Konecke H, boots and shoes, 1775 San Pablo ave cor Twenty- 
fifth 
Krager Chas, packer Samm's Mills, res 620 Filbert 
KRATTIGER JACOB, pickle manufacturer, 610 Broadway, res 

same 
Krefer Leopold, millwright, res 370 East Eleventh 
Krellman Gustav, picklemaker Oakland Pickle Factory, res 1789 

Grove 
Krieg Oscar, bartender with John Schoenfelder, res cor Seventh 

and Wood 
Kriger Ferdinand, cabinetmaker, res 821 Magnolia 
La Boeuf Francis, moulder, res 762 Jefferson 

La Confiance Insurance Co of Paris, H Griffin agent, 958 Broad- 
way 

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Lacy Laura Mrs, res 620 Franklin 

LAMARRE CHAS saloon, 802 Broadway, res cor Fifth and 

Franklin 
Lambert Benjamin, paper hanger, res La Clede House 
Lamping E Edward, clerk with Nathan Rosenberg, res 1317 

Harrison 
Lamping James J, carriagemaker, res 1317 Harrison 
Lang Wm H, real estate, res 584 Twentieth 
Larsen Neils, tailor with M J Healy, res 1720 San Pablo ave 
Lawrence Edw W, butcher, res San Pablo ave nr Dalton 
Lawrence Fred, butcher with M Rosenberg, res 754 Sixteenth 
Lawrence Michael, butcher, res Dalton ave nr Bay, Butchertown 
Lawson James, groceries, NE cor West and Twenty-first 
LEDWITH MARY MISS, millinery and millinery goods, 1708 

Seventh, res same 
LEE WILLIAM JOHN, house, sign, and ornamental painler, 1322 

Thirteenth ave, res same 
Leisen Meas, salesman with W M Watson & Co, res 1059 Clay 
Leonard Ambrose A, butcher, res Elizabeth nr San Pablo ave, 

North Oakland 
Leonard Geo, inventor, res 1264 San Pablo ave 
Leonhard Fred (Leonhard & Weisel), res cor Bay and William 
Leonhard & Weisel (Fred Leonhard and Ed Weisel), dealers in 

wines and liquors, 401 Eighth 
Leper William, bartender with J Butler, res Oakland House 
Liberty Bakery, Chas Smith, J S Marston and Miss Emily 

Peterson proprs, 857 Washington 
Linen Patrick, laborer, res 473 Twenty-fifth 
Lockett Royal L (Hill & Lockett, Alameda), res 714 Third 
Lohsen E, butcher, res Evoy ave, North Oakland 
Lucier Louis, wines and liquors, 1050 Franklin, res same 
Lukes Henry, carpenter and builder, res cor Humboldt ave and 

Stewart, North Temescal 
Lukes William, carpenter, res cor Humboldt ave and Stewart, 

North Temescal 
Lynch E, attorney-at-law (S F), res Taylor nr Claremont ave, 

North Temescal 
Lyon Post No 8, G A R, S F Daniels post commander, A O U W 

Hall 
MacLean D, physician dean California Medical College, Clay bet 

Tenth and Eleventh, res S F 
Madigan D (M & D Madigan), res 900 Broadway 
Madigan M (M &D Madigan), res 900 Broadway 
MADIGAN M & D, wines and liquors, 900 Broadway 
Madison Lydia, cook Centennial House 
Magnes David, corsets and underwear, 917 Washington 
Maher John, propr Stock Yards Exchange, res same 



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MaMrum Henry, 'longshoreman, res 732 Union 

MALONEY FRANK E, capitalist, res 1740 Filbert 

Mannahan Bridget, res 806 Campbell 

Marsellus C K, res 524 William 

Marrick R, clerk C P R R (S F), res Alcatraz ave nr Calais, 
North Oakland 

Marshall George L, carpenter, res Felton bat Occident and Para- 
dise, North Oakland 

McClatchey Valentine S, receipt clerk U S Sab Treasury, res 484 
Plymouth ave 

McGanghey Rudolph B, post-office inspector, res The Arlington 

Mclntire Corinne Miss, res Oak bet Encinal and San Antonio ave 

McKennon W H, sewing-machines, 1168 Broadway, res 817 
Twenty-first 

McKENZIE & WHITVER (W W McKenzie and James J 
Whitver), proprietors Slio-Sho-Nee Medicine Co, 857 Frank- 
lin 

McNeil Daniel, painter, res 697 Twenty seventh 

McPage James, teamster, res 691 Twenty-eighth 

Morris W H, employe Oakland Planing Mill, res 655 Washington 

Morton Devers, painter, res 1026 Willow 

Mosher James, lumberman C P R R, res 1776 Atlantic 

Mountains John, assessors' office (S F;, res 867 Chester 

Murtha Peter, Mill Stone Manufactory (S F), res 1715 Taylor 

Nace F M Miss, telegraph operator Western Union Telegraph 
Co, res 1722 Chase 

Nahouse Frank, carpenter, res 1627 Grove 

Nash J H, res 696 Laurel 

Nelson Westley, merchant (S F), res 569 Sycamore 

Netting Geo H, conductor, res 864 Chester 

Newcum J W, architect, res 1112 Center 

Newell Blanche E, res 2102 Telegraph ave 

Newland M C, statement taker S F Gas Light Co, res 918 Henry 

Newton Martina Mrs, res 912 Pine 

Niswander J S, miner, res 809 Wood 

Nordhausen A Mrs, res 715 Jefferson 

OAKLAND ACADEMY. Wright & Janvier principals, 1265 
Franklin 

Oakland Exchange Saloon, Blackson & Piatt proprs, 762 Sev- 
enth 

Oakland Glue Factory, Corder & Co, Oakland Stock Yards 

OAKLAND IRON WORKS. Scoville & Co proprietors, cor Second 
and Jefferson 

Oakland Leaf Chapter No 8, C E S, Fanny Ward secretary, 
Masonic Temple 

OAKLAND ROLLER SKATING RINK, Allen Bros proprietors, 
NE cor Eleventh and Webster 



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OAKLAND ROOM RENTING AGENCY, Miss H M Baily pro 

prietress, 506 Ninth 
Oaks J, carpenter, res 17-4 Seward 
O'Connell E, clerk with P J O'Connell, res 915 Grove 
O'Connell Joseph, laborer, res 1842 Grove 
O'Connell Margaret Mis-, dressmaker, res 1842 Grove 
Ogden Clarence, official short-hand reporter, res 57 Valley 
Oliver C, laborer, res 1715 Filbert 
Olsen August, milkman, res 1922 Union 
O'Mi't-ow Ann Mrs, res 653 Washington 
OREGON HOUSE, A J Brown proprietor, 115G Broadway 
Orlando Mary Ellen Miss, res Arlington House 
Orr Charles P, professor of music, res 1366 San Pablo ave 
Orth Henry, engineer CPR R, res 945 Wood 
Osborn Henry A, engineer, res 1072 Wood 

Owen W J (Grayson, Harrell & Co), res n s Thirteenth nr Clay 
Palmer Kate Miss, res Buena Vista ave bet Pearl and Versailles 
Palmer Mary Miss, res Buena Vista ave bet Pearl and Versailles 
Parker E E Mrs, nurse, res 1155 Center 

Pearson John K, drayman, res Union bet Railroad and Pacific aves 
Peck Annie A Miss, res Encinal ave bet Oak and Walnut 
Pendleton Edward, machinist, res Dalton ave nr San Pablo ave 
Pendleton F H, res Dalton ave nr San Pablo ave, North Oakland 
Peters Max, pianist Golden Gate Theater 
PUIG JOSE M- professor of the Spanish language, res 1110 

Thirty-fourth 
Puig Jose M Jr, salesman, res 1110 Thirty-fourth 
Reuter Chas, propr New City Market, Fourteenth opp City Hall 

SACKETT BOARDINGAND DAY SCHOOL DP Sackettprinci- 

pal, 529 Hohart 

SANDELIN FRED, chemist and druggist, NW cor Seventh and 
Willow, res same 

Schander F W, clerk Golden Gate Theater, res Newland House 

SHO-SHO-NEE MEDICINE CO, McKenzie & Whitver proprie- 
tor •<, 857 Franklin 

"SIGNS OF THE TIMES," Elder J H Waggoner editor, cor 
Twelfth andCastio 

Smith Willie, bar tender with H Fugel, res Alameda 

SUNSET TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO, M J Wall 

manager, Masonic Temple Bud' ling 
Wakelee Mrs, dressmaker, res 1002 Twenty-fourth 
Walker Fred, operator W U Tel Co, res 1030 East Sixteenth 
WALLACE WILLIAM dressfitting and patterns, 518 Fourteenth 
Watt Hugh, leader orchestra Golden Gate Theater 
Whitver James J (McKenzie <fc Whitver). res 857 Franklin 
Winsor Sen-il (Miller ,v_ Winsor), re* 615 Fifteenth 
Wright I-aac (Wright & Janvier;, res 408 Thirteenth 




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Aaron David, tailor, 872 Washington, res 260 Eighth 

Abbey Alfred (Mclntyre, Abbey & Co), res 760 Fourth 

Abbey Edgar W, bookkeeper Hall's Safe and Lock Co (S F), res 
608 Eighteenth 

Abbey Frances A Mrs, res 608 Eighteenth 

Abbey James N, engineer CPRR, res 955 Willow 

Abbey Richard (Mclntyre, Abbey & Co), res 1256 Eighth 

Abbott Albert, clerk with Merriam & Co, res Caledonia ave nr 
Grove 

Abbott A S, clerk, res 1967 Grove 

Abbott Charles M, contractor, res 665 Seventh 

Abbott G D, clerk with G S Abbott, res Piedmont Springs Hotel 

ABBOTT GRANVILLE S REV, superintendent American Bap- 
tist Publishing Association and editor Herald of Truth, 
1062 Washington, res Piedmont Springs Hotel 

Abbott Hattie Miss, res 938 Thirty-sixth 

Abbott Isabella L Miss, saleslady with Miss S R Schander, res 
1091 Third 

Abbott John, laborer, res 417 Second 

Abbott Moses A, custom house boatman (S F), res 1967 Grove 

Abbott M M Mrs, res 725 Filbert 

Abbott S M Mrs, hair store, 1210 Broadway 

Abbott William D, carriage painter (S F), res Watts nr Forty- 
Fifth 

Abeel D K, capitalist, res 1216 Chestnut 

Abele M Mrs, midwife, res 918 Center 

Abell Gerald L, assistant mailing clerk Pacific Press Publishing 
Co, res 823 Thirty-third 

Abell Gertrude Miss, teacher music, res 823 Thirty-third 

Abell I L, solicitor Tribune Publishing Co, res cor Ninth and 
Franklin 



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Abell J M Mrs, res 823 Thirty-third 

Aber M Mrs, res 617 Fifth 

Aberhams Adolph, tailor, res 1866 Atlantic 

Abernethy Louis, clerk with Murphy, Grant & Co (S F), res 604 
Seventeenth 

Abernethy Wm J, cook with Crebbin & Walker, res 410 Tenth bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Abraham Eruest, dry goods, 913 Broadway, res same 

Abraham John, peddler, res Weston ave bet New Broadway and 
Telegraph ave, Temescal 

Abraham Siegfried, clerk with E Abraham, res Ross House 

Abraham Thomas, 309 Second 

Abrahams Z, clerk, res Ross House 

Abrahamson Gustave, fancy goods, 1117 Broadway, res San 
Francisco 

Abrahamson Henry, fancy goods, 1117 Broadway, res 114 Elev- 
enth 

Abrahamson Hugo, salesman with Gustave Abrahamson, res 114 
Eleventh 

Abrahamson Jacob, merchant, res 114 Eleventh 

Abrego Ysmael, salesman with Huntington, Hopkins & Co (S F), 
res 922 Chester 

Abrott Carsten, laborer, res Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC Dick Thornton proprietor, 414-418 
Eighth 

Acelin Arthur, champagne maker, 1408 Twelfth 

Achard William, clerk with L Jaffe & Co, res 367 Eleventh 

Acker E M, carpenter C P R R Yard 

Ackerman D I Miss, res 1607 Eighth 

Ackerman Fred, brakeman C P R R, res Central Hotel 

Ackerman Herman, horse dealer, res cor Twenty-third and West 

ACME BILLIARD PARLORS, Thomas G Klink proprietor, 1008 
and 1010 Broadway 

Acme Lodge, I O C F, meets at California Medical College Build- 
ing on Saturday evenings 

Adam Camille, teamster with V L Fortin & Co, res 476 Third 

Adamina J & Co (Joseph Adamina and Bernard Nicora), house 
and sign painters, 820 Twenty-ninth 

Adamina Joseph (J Adamina & Co), res 820 Twenty-ninth 

Adams Alfred, barber, NE cor Birch and Telegraph ave 

Adams Arabel Mrs, res rear 1003 Twenty-second 

Adams A W Mrs, res 816 J Willow 

Adams Edson, real estate, res Bay Place, Vernon Heights 

Adams E M Mrs, res 956 Myrtle 

Adams F H bookkeeper, res 1329 Ninth ave 

Adams George, driver with Taylor & Lohse, res 855 Harrison 

Adams George W, capitalist, res 571 East Twelfth 



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Adams Harry H, carpenter, res 816 Twenty-First 

Adams James, capitalist, res 949 Filbert 

Adams James, carpenter, res 625 Third 

Adams James, car repairer CPRR Yard, res 625 Third 

Adams J Edward, res 949 Filbert 

Adams J H, brakeman CPRR, res 816 Cedar 

ADAMS J M> wood and coal, hay, grain and feed, 1772 Telegraph 

ave cor Twenty-sixth, res 533 Knox Place 
Adams John S (Agard & Adams), physician, NE cor Twelfth and 

Broadway, res 1311 Clay 
Adams Josephine M Miss, physician, room 9, 954 Broadway, res 

same 
Adams Mary S Mrs, res 1329 Ninth ave 
Adams Otis, machinist, res 619 Fifth 
Adams' Pillowsham Holder, G W Waggoner agent, office 408 

Tenth 
Adams Samuel, plate roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res 219 

Haven 
Adams Walter FT, assistant mailing clerk post-office, res 949 Fil- 
bert 
Adams William, res 1314 Franklin 
Adamson Frank, painter, res 666 Thirth-fourth 
Adam son Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res GGG Thirty-fourth 
Addington Thos M, potter, res 524 Sixteenth 
Administrator Public, 1003| Broadway 

Adney R C J, principal Temescal School, res Forty-Fifth nr Tel- 
egraph ave, North Temescal 
£TNA FIRE INSURANCE CO, H A Redfield agent, 957 Broad- 

way, room 45 
African Methodist Episcopal Church, James L Grigs by pastor, 

Fifteenth bet West and Market 
Agard Alex H, bookkeeper California Iron and Steel Works, res 

1259 Alice 
AGARD AURELIUS H (Agard & Adams), physician, NE cor 

Twelfth and Broadway, res 1259 Alice 
AGARD JOHN T (Agard & Co), res 610 Eighteenth 
Agard Joseph J, special agent Hartford Insurance Co, res 1302 

Webster 
Agard Louisa Mrs, dressmaker, res 658 Franklin 
AGARD & ADAMS ( A H Agard and John S Adams), physicians, 

NE cor Twelfth and Broadway, room 8 
AGARD & CO (M A Call, G W Scott and J T Agard), groceries, 

464 Eleventh 
Agee Laura E Miss, dressmaker (S F), i-es 1030 Chestnut 
Agee Mollie Mi^-s, dressmaker (S F), res 1030 Chestnut 
Agee R P, salesman (S F), res 1030 Chestnut 
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Agustus Domingo, laborer, res 917 East Fifteenth 

Ahearn John, stableman, 1386 Broadway 

Ahearn Peter, builder, res 624 Sixteenth 

Ahern Daniel, moulder, res 404 Fifth 

Ahem Mary, domestic, res 922 Chester 

Ahern Patrick, laborer, res 1614 Seventeenth 

Ahern Wm J, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 

Ahernford Frederick, carpet layer, res 374 Tenth 

Ahlberg Charles, blacksmith with J Lusk Canning Co, res Clare- 

mont ave bet Summer and Clifton 
Ahlberg Christian, blacksmith, res 665 Adeline 
Ahrens Jacob Henry, saloon (S F), res 1108 Wood 
Ahron William J, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Aiken Robert, fireman CPRR, res 881 Short 
Aikens John, tinsmith with J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 

bet Summer and Clifton 
Aikman Alex, waiter, res 1880 Seventh 
Ainas Rodrigues, tanner, res cor East Fourteenth and Eighteenth 

ave 
Aine Louis, carpenter, res 1246 San Pablo ave 
Ainsworth Alfred G, res 852 Eighteenth 

Ainsworth Alfred G Jr, clerk C P R R (S F), res 852 Eighteenth 
Ainsworth Geo R R, groceries, etc, SW cor Twelfth and Willow 
Ainsworth John, lumber inspector, res 1268 Campbell 
Ainsworth John, tallyman CPRR Yard, res 1268 Campbell 
Aird Andrew, bridge builder, res 816 Cedar 
Aitken Edmond, carpenter, res 1001 Franklin 
Akerly Benjamin D D, rector St John's Episcopal Church, res SW 

cor Adeline and Sixteenth 
Akerly Benjamin M, insurance agent (S F), res SW cor Six- 
teenth and Adeline 
Akerly James C S, medical student (S F), res SW cor Sixteenth 

and Adeline 
Akerly Morris K, bookkeeper with Gilman, Walker & Co (S F), 

res SW cor Sixteenth .and Adeline 
Akerly Samuel, res SW cor Sixteenth and t Adeline 
Akin A J, employe California Hosiery Co, res 818 Clay 
Akins Eugene, clerk, res 715 Tenth 
Akins John, tinner with J Lusk Canning Co, res cor Temescal 

and Telegraph ave 
Akins L E, clerk with A Kendall & Co, res 715 Tenth 
Akins S L, conductor CPRR, res 715 Tenth 
Akins W D, builder and contractor, res 715 Tenth 
Akins W H, conductor C P R R, res 715 Tenth 

ALAMEDA COUNTY ABSTRACT OFFICE, Court House, room 4 

Alameda County Medical Association, 969 Broadway, room 41 
Alameda Ice Co, Johnson Kollett, 515 Fourth 



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ALAMEDA, OAKLAND AND BERKELEY DIRECTORY, L M 

McKenney & Co publishers, 470 Ninth, Oakland, 518 Clay, 
San Francisco 

Alameda Stamm No 113, U O RM, .meets at Germania Hall, Mon- 
days 

Alban William, butcher with A Grabs, res 1777 William 

Albee Herbert J, shoe clipper (S F), res Temescal bet Telegraph 
ave and New Broadway 

Albee H L, carpenter C P R R Yards, res 688 Eighth 

Albee Honestus M, stair builder, res 1688 Eighth 

Albini Venauzi, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1359 
Thirteenth 

Albion Jacob, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 
House, Emery Station 

Alborn George, laborer C P R R 

Albrecht August, candy manufacturer (S F), res 1554 Eighth 

Albridge James H, engineer with Mclntyre, Abbey & Co, res 710 
Third 

Albright Frederick, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Rudolph's 
House, Emery Station 

Alburn G W, laborer C P R R, res 713 Center 

Alden Charles E, deputy assessor, res 722 Myrtle 

Aldis Edward, shoemaker (S F), res 1669 Eighth 

Aldis Elizabeth Mrs, fancy goods and notions, 1669 Eighth, res 
same 

Aldrich A F Miss, principal Lafayette School, res Centennial 
House 

Aldrich L A, artesian well-borer, res 668 Sycamore 

Aldrich Lettie S Miss, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 
1026 Jackson (S F) 

Aldrich William, carpenter, res 580 Jones 

Alexander Arthur P, res 468 Prospect 

Alexander Caesar, salesman with A J Wiener, res 1564 Telegraph 
ave 

Alexander C O (O Alexander & Son) (S F), res 1308 Webster 

Alexander Daisy M Miss, res 468 Prospect 

Alexander Ella Miss, res 1308 Webster 

Alexander George, clerk with Isadore Alexander, res 1564 Tele- 
graph ave 

Alexander Henry, clerk with Isadore Alexander, res 1564 Tele- 
graph ave 

Alexander Isadore, boots and shoes, 851 Washington, res 1564 
Telegraph ave 

Alexander Jane Mrs, res 811 Willow 

Alexander J M, clergyman, res 1358 Tenth ave 

Alexander Louis L, superintendent Crystal Mine, El Dorado Co, 
res 468 Prospect 



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Alexander Mamie Miss, res 1308 Webster 
Alexander (0 Alexander & Son) (S F), res 1308 Webster 
Alexander Kay Miss, res 1564 Telegraph ave 
Alexander Robert, res 1 51 $' Telegraph ave 
Alexander Samuel T, capitalist, res 1006 Sixteenth 
Alger Fannie Miss, teacher Chinese Mission School 
Alger George C, carpenter, res 162 Seventh 
Alger Lottie- Miss, teacher Chinese Mission School 
Alice. G). ace, dressmaker, res 1113 Franklin 
Aliavclt Geo F, civil engineer (S F), res 1127 Linden 
Ailemania Fire Insurance Co, H Griffin agent, 958 Broadway 
Allen Doctor, physician, 26 Kearny (S F), res 829 Jackson 
Allen Barney K, carpenter, res 627 Fourteenth 
Allen B C, carpenter, res 973 Washington 
Allen Belle Mrs, res 1710 Twelfth 
Allen Benjamin, res 1622 Fourteenth 

Allen Charles, coachman with A L White, res 304 East Seven- 
teenth 
Allen Charles, laborer CPRR, res 707 Chester 
Allen Charles, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Halleck nr 

Emery Station 
Allen Charles A, telegraph operator CPRR, res Sacramento 
Allen Charles E, hardware, res 822 East Fifteenth 
Allen C R, coal dealer, 120 Beale (S F), res 1154 Alice 
Allen C W, conductor CPRR, res 474 Jessie (S F) 
Allen Dollie D Miss, res 1461 Ninth 
Allen Emma L Miss, music teacher, res 327 Eleventh 
Allen Fannie E Miss, assistant Lafayette School, res 1143 Myr- 
tle 
Allen George, blacksmith, res 671 Fourth 
Allen George H, with M W Allen, res 962 Webster 
Allen George S (W R Allen & Co), wholesale plumber (S F), res 

1227 Linden 
Allen Jacob, seaman, res Minna east of Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Allen James E, ship caulker, res 615 Sixth 
Allen Jennie Miss, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen John, assistant janitor Prescott School, res 1211 Chestnut 
Allen John H, fireman CPRR, res 827 Campbell 
Allen L B, superintendent's office CPRR, res East Berkeley 
Allen Louise D Miss, assistant Lafayette School, res 1211 Chest- 
nut 
Allen Margaret Mrs, janitress Prescott House 
Allen Margaret B, res 1467 Fifth 
Allen Mary A Miss, assistant Miss R A Allen's Kindergarten, res 

827 Fourteenth 
Allen Mary E Mrs, res 466 Central ave 
ALLEN MARY E> agent with F Thomas & Co, res 466 Twelfth 



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Allen M W, Oakland Carriage Manufactory, cor Tenth and Web- 
ster, res 962 Webster 

Allen N B, brakeman CPRR, res 806 Wood 

Allen Orrin H, engineer CPRR, res 761 Peralta 

Allen Phoebe A, res 327 Eleventh 

Allen R K, insurance office, 215 Sansome (S F), res 1461 Ninth 

Allen Robert, laborer, 470 Merrimac 

Allen Ruth A Miss, school and kindergarten, 827 Fourteenth 

Allen Susan Mrs, midwife, res 1766 William 

Allen T, fireman CPRR 

Allen Thos W, clerk C P R R, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen T J, clerk Pacific Mail Co (S F), res 1414 Fifteenth 

Allen Truman H, county clerk and auditor and clerk board 
supervisors, office Hall of Records, res 166 Fifth 

Allen W C, car repairer CPRR Yard, res 827 Campbell 

Allen W S, fireman CPRR 

Allen Wm, brakeman C P R R, res 1013 Wood 

Allen Wm, carpenter, 1686 Telegraph ave, res 78 Valley 

Allen Wm, carpenter, res 1211 Chestnut 

Allen Wm A, gardener, res 2233 Magnolia 

Allen Wm E, brakeman CPRR, res NW cor Campbell and 
William 

Allen Wm W, attorney-at-law (S F), res 571 Third 

Allen W V Mrs, dressmaker, res 472 Thirteenth 

ALLISON BENJ (Bemis & Allison), res 504 East Fourteenth 

Allison Benj, butcher, res 520 East Fourteenth 

Allison Oscar, janitor Hall of Records, res Union Hotel, East 
Oakland 

Allman George D, bookkeeper (S F), res Vernon ave 

Allman John, U S mail contractor, res Vernon ave 

ALLUMLER0YW, proprietor Vidette, 1216 and 1218 San Pablo 
ave, res 1218 Tenth ave 

Allwell John M, res 845 Harrison 

Almedo Michael, laborer CPRR, res 1772 Taylor 

Alstrin Frank, machinist (S F), res 1674 Chase 

Alta House, 901i Washington 

Altendorf Julius A, upholsterer (S F), res 1206 Twenty-eighth 

Althof Herman (Althof & Bahls) (S F), res 941 Filbert 

Altventer Philip, plasterer, res 827 Filbert 

Alvarez Manuel Laster, res 461 B 

Alveres Ada Miss, res 753 Willow 

Alvers John, laborer, res 563 Twenty-sixth 

Alvis John M, laborer Rolling Mills," res 222 Hollis 

Alviso Valentine, clerk custom house (S F), res 267 Eighth 

Alvres Oscar, teamster with M McCarthy, res 753 Willow 

AMAZON INSURANCE CO, Strong & Watson agents, 470 
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Ambrose Mary Mrs, res 1118 Washington 
Amedee N, carpenter, res 615 Franklin 

AMERICAN BAPTIST PUBLICATION SOCIETY, Rev G S 

Abboot superintendent, office 1062 Washington 
AMERICAN CENTRAL INSURANCE CO, Strong & Watson 

agents, 470 Ninth 
American Legion of Honor, meets in Odd Fellows' Hall, East 

Oakland, every Friday 
American Restaurant, James H Kimball proprietor, NE cor 

Thirteenth ave and East Eleventh 
Amerman Chas F, clerk post-office (S F), res 863 Alice 
Amerman F M Mrs, res 863 Alice 

Amerman Henry J, carpenter CPRR, res 647 Campbell 
Ames Geo, res 1132 Adeline 
Ames Geo Mrs, res 1512 Market 
Amick Hiram, manager Oakland Gas Consumers' Association, 

office 460 Twelfth, room 7 
Amidon Chas, spinuer California Hosiery Co, res 694 Brush 
Amidon Flora Miss, cloakmaker, 1109 Broadway, res 694 

Brush 
Amidon Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 694 Brush 
Amidon Wm, expressman, res 694 Brush 
Amos C C Mrs, clerk with A Coplin, 1171 Broadway 
Amos Joseph, porter, res 814 Harrison 

Amstutz Chas, watchmaker with R W Edwards, res 365 Tenth 
Andersen H, res cor Fourth ave and East Nineteenth 
Andersen John P, solicitor Encinal Mills, res 409 Fourth 

Anderson , porter C P R R, res 710 Fourth 

Anderson Adolph, res 1400 Eleventh 

Anderson Alexander, car cleaner CPRR Yard, res 1762 

Atlantic 
Anderson Andrew, carpenter, res 1509 Seventh 
Anderson Andrew, car inspector CPRR Yard, res 1762 

Atlantic 
Anderson Andrew, carpenter CPRR, res 1722 Eighth 
Anderson Andrew H, house painter, res 1162 Seventh 
Anderson Annie Mrs, res 1952 Filbert 
Anderson Bettie, domestic, 470 Edwards 
Anderson Charlotte, domestic, res 522 Knox Place 
Anderson Christian, painter, res 721 Lewis 

Anderson Dan, teamster with H J McAvoy, res 873 Washington 
Anderson Edward, employe Judson Manufacturing Works, res 

1952 Filbert 
Anderson Elizabeth, res 31 1 Seventh 
Anderson Elizabeth, res 1060 Third 
Anderson Emanuel, carpenter, res G(r2 Twenty-fifth 
Anderson E W Mrs, assistant Lafayette School, res Winsor House 



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Anderson Frances L Mrs, stationery and varieties, res 1161 

Seventh 
Anderson Frederick P, mate steamer Dora, res East Oakland 

Hotel 
Anderson Geo W, expressman, res 1674 Atlantic 
Anderson Henry J, engineer El Capitan, res 713 Brush 
Anderson H H, laborer, res 315 Second 
Anderson H K, captain schooner Josephine, res 1654 Nineteenth 

ave 
Anderson James, brakeman CPRR, res Union Hotel 
Anderson Jas, cigars and tobacco, 1768 Seventh, res cor Bay and 

Seventh 
Anderson John, mate steamer Oakland, res 656 Clay 
Anderson Joseph, 'longshoreman, res 814 East Fifteenth 
Anderson Josephine Miss, res 1132 Filbert 

Anderson J S, painter, Temescal, res College ave and Claremont 
Anderson K Jersti, cook, 176 Lake 
Anderson Lars, tailor, res 850 Franklin 
Anderson Lars, tailor with Brown & McKinnon, res 850 

Franklin 
Anderson Lula E, saleslady with Wm Anderson, res 919 Center 
Anderson Matt, laborer, res Blair's Ranch, Piedmont 
Anderson Matthias, engineer, res 328 East Eighth 
Anderson Matthias, engineer, res 1826 Goss 
Anderson O, car cleaner CPRR Yard, res 1722 Eighth 
Anderson Ole, assistant engineer steamer Oakland, res 1056 

Third 
Anderson Otto, planer, res 721 Lewis 
Anderson Otto E, millwright Independent Planing Mills, res 721 

Lewis 
Anderson Peter, car driver, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth, 

Temescal 
Anderson Peter, cooper, res 1789 Grove 
Anderson Peter, cooper with Franke & Lewis, 1622 Grove, res 

811 Washington 
Anderson Robert, frameraaker (S F), res 1060 Third 
Anderson Robert J (Thos Anderson & Sons), res 479 Orchard 
Anderson Salome Mrs, res 572 Tenth 
Anderson Samuel, carpet layer with McGovern & Cahill, res 119 

Hanna 
Anderson Severin A, carpet layer, res 119 Hannah 
Anderson Thos (Thos Anderson & Sons), res 479 Orchard 
Anderson Thos, engineer C P R R, res 1159 Campbell 
Anderson Thos Jr, res 479 Orchard ave 

Anderson Thos & Sons (Thomas, Robert J and William Ander- 
son), wood, coal, hay, and grain, cor Durant and Broadway 
Anderson Walter, roustabout, res 1060 Third 



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Anderson Wm (Thos Anderson & Sons), res 497 Orchard 
Anderson Wm, candy manufacturer, 1009 Broadway, res 919 

Center 
Anderson Wm, moulder, res 1013 Fifth 
Anderson Wiiliam J, milk dairy, res 479 Orchard 
Andrade Jos, res 1708 Thirteenth ave 
Andres James A, paper hanger with C B Rutherford, res 582 

Twenty-second 
Andresen Andres J, driver with John C M Miller, res 519 Seven- 
teenth 
Andresen Christian, wagonmaker (S F), res 518 Third 
Andresen Harold, carpenter, res 1413 Sixteenth 
Andrew Antoney, upholsterer, res 1171 Seventeenth ave 
Andrew Daniel, teamster with H J McAvoy, res Oakland House 
Andrew Frank, barber, res 1171 Seventeenth ave 
Andrews Charles, steward Occidental Club, res 461J Twelfth 
Andrews Frank D, dentist with R K Dunn, res 517 Ninth 
Andrews Frank D, clerk with Greenhood & Moran, res 517 Ninth 
Andrews John R, house painter, res 514 Twenty-fourth 
Andrews Luke, carpenter, res 1659J Eighth 
Andrews May L Miss, dressmaker, res 698 Sycamore 
Andrews N G, mining superintendent, res 698 Sycamore 
Andrews Paul, clerk with Reanier & Lund, res SE cor Sixteenth 

and Campbell 
Andrews Susan Mrs, housekeeper, res 1268 Fifth ave 
Andrews W C, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Andrews William S, painter C P R R Co, res 124 Eleventh 
Andrich Frank, cook with N P Chagal res Seventh and Web- 
ster 
Andros Lewis Milton, brakeman C P R R, res 1779 Goss 
Andrus Washburn R, secretary board railroad commissioners, res 

1408 Tenth 
Angel Amelia, domestic, 1313 Madison 
Angel S X, produce dealer, res 560 Franklin 
Angelo Rosina Mrs, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Angwin James Alfred, f reman car shops C P R R, res 1669 

Taylor 
Anker Wallace, bell-boy Galindo Hotel, res same 
Ankersen Peter, seaman, res 251 Second 
Annes Annie, nurse, 914 Chester 
Ansling Pauline, furnished rooms, res 612 Franklin 
Anthoney Charles V Rev, presiding elder Methodist Episcopal 

Church, res 559 Seventeenth 
Anthony Amelia C Mrs, res 861 Chester 
Anthony A (!, physician, Masonic Hall Building, NE cor Willow 

and Seventh, res same 
Anthony Charles N, bookkeeper, r< s 559 Seventeenth 



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Anthony Mark, teamster, res 664 East Sixteenth 

Anthony Richard M, clerk (S F), res 946 Eighteenth 

Antoine August, bootblack stand, Fourteenth bet Broadway and 

Washington 
Anton A, cigarmaker, res 215 Madison 
Antonio Aug, bootblack, cor Eleventh and Broadway, res 963 

Franklin 
Apgar Richard M, capitalist, res The Garfield, 462 Ninth 
Applegarth Edward, mining engineer, res 1375 Franklin 
Applegarth John, farmer, res 528 East Eleventh 
Applegarth Mabel Miss, res 505 East Eleventh 
Applegarth Sarah Miss, res 505 East Eleventh 
Appley Jessie Miss, res 509 Sixth 
Appley Levi (Appley & Schottler), res 509 Sixth 
Appley Nant Miss, hat trimmer, res 509 Sixth 
Appley Peter W, miner, res 509 Sixth 
Appo Mrs, res 719 Fourth 
Appomatax Post, GAR, meets at, California Medical College, on 

each Thursday evening 
Appy Harriet J Mrs, physician and surgeon, office and res NE 

cor Fourteenth and Webster 
Arbrao Manuel, engineer, res East Oakland 
Arcade House, Mrs M S Root proprietress, 1207 Broadway and 

1208 San Pablo ave 
Archambault Edwin A, horseshoer with Sohst Bros, res New ( 

York Hotel 
Archard Charles, carriage trimmings, res 367 Eleventh 
Archbald John, director San Francisco Savings Union, res 1070 

Sixteenth 
Archer James, machinist, res 378 A 
Archibald S C, harness and saddles, 621 East Twelfth, res 1312 

Thirteenth ave 
Archimbault Edwin A, blacksmith with Shost Bros, res New 

York Hotel 
Arey Chas Capt, res 738 Lewis 
Arey James A, expressman, res 833 Brush 
Arfsten K, cabinetmaker, res 1666 Twelfth 
ARGUELL0 J R> steam carpet beating machine, 361 Thirteenth 

res 681 Twenty-fifth 
Arianson Louisa Miss, res 2236 Telegraph ave 
Arkison James D, cutter (S F), res 764 Madison 
Arkulin John, waiter with N P Chagal, res NE cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Arlett Benjamin, bricklayer, res 1504 San Pablo 
Arlett Henry B, salesman with P Baker, res 362 Fifth 
Arlett William, bookkeeper with Porter Bros & Co, res 1504 San 

Pablo ave 



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Arlington (The), T G Kingsland propr, 474 Ninth 

Armada Domingo, laborer, res 230 Hollis 

Armes Charles Wm (Armes & Dallam) (S F), res 1219 Jeffer- 
son 

Armes George E, clerk, res 1219 Jefferson 

Armes G W (Armes & Dallam) (S F), res 1118 Brush 

Armes Wm D, clerk, 1118 Brush 

Armstrong Bessie, domestic, 1219 Franklin 

Armstrong Bradley A, picture frames, oil paintings, etc, 411 

Twelfth, res 1527 Broadway- 
Armstrong Charles, gilder with B A Armstrong, res 1527 Broad- 
way 

Armstrong Edwin M, carriage painter, res 473 Twenty-first 

Armstrong Frank P, harness cleaner andextraman Phoenix Engine 
Co No 1, res 1206 Clay 

Armstrong Georgiana, domestic with Wm A McKeen, res 1810 
Atlantic 

Armstrong Hiram T, carpenter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1311 
Campbell 

Armstrong James, car repairer C P R R, res 721 Chester 

Armstrong Jennie L Mrs, res 1419 Eighth ave 

Armstrong J W, carpenter, res 1228 Chestnut 

Armstrong Martin, laborer, res 221 Hannah 

Armstrong Ulmer S, driver with Porter Bros & Co, res 716 Mar- 
ket 

Armstrong Wm W, farmer, res 509 East Fourteenth 

Arnold Edward M, salesman with Henry Schellhaas.. res 615 
Seventeenth 

Arnold Frederick, printer (S F), res 724 Lewis 

Arnold I Miss, res 1629 Atlantic 

Arnold P J, employe with E B Dean & Co, res 1664 Thirteenth 
ave, Brooklyn 

ARNOLD RAWDON, homeopathist, office 1069 Broadway, res 
615 Seventeenth 

Arnold T J Mrs, res 957 Castro 

Arnoup John, clerk, res 1453 Grove 

Arper Clarence T, printer with D W Gelwicks, 
teenth ave, East Oakland 

Arper Thomas, engineer East Oakland Planing Mill, res 1310 
Thirteenth ave 

Arps Bertha Miss, res 1577 Linden 

Arps Bertha, res 1577 Lynden 

Arranton Hugh, laborer, res 1765 Seventh 

Arriola Edward F, photographer with E D Ormsby, res 319 
Fourth 

Arth Geo V, blacksmith with M W Allen, res 316 Sixth 

Arthur J D, res 1307 Castro 



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Arthur Richard T, brakeman CPRR, res 671 Fourth 

Arthur S E, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House, 
Oakland 

Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church South, Rev Samuel Brown 
pastor, cor Fifteenth and Clay 

Ascher Solomon, peddler, res 253 Eighth 

Ash Ferdinand F, teamster, res 368 Fourth 

Ash Fred, driver, res Fourth nr Franklin 

Ash John G A, heater Judson Manufacturing Co, res Hubbard 
nr Park ave 

Ash Harriet, domestic, res 1012 Fourteenth 

Ashford Joseph, extraman Hook & Ladder Co No 1, and laundry- 
man Contra Costa Laundry, res same 

Ashford Sarah Mrs, res 1067 Kirkham 

Ashley L W, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 

Ashley Maria Mrs, res 767 Seventh 

Ashmore S S Mrs, res 816 Thirty-fifth 

Ashton L Mrs, res NW cor Seventeenth and Peralta 

Ashworth Harry, yardman CPRR, res Star Hotel 

Aspern Henry, laborers res SE cor Twelfth ave and East 
Twelfth 

Assessor Oakland Township, Jesse Robinson, office Court House 

Astling Edward, night cook with Crebbin & Walker, res Tenth 
bet Broadway and Franklin 

Astor H, laborer CPRR 

"AT HOME FRIDAY EVENINGS.'' Richard S Gladding publisher, 
969 Broadway, room 36 

Atchison John, gang foreman CPRR, res 828 Campbell 

Athenian Club, 1055 Broadway 

Athens Lodge, I O G T, at California Medical College, meets every 
Friday evening 

Atherton George, painter, res Union Lodging House, cor Broad- 
way and Second 

Atherton John, barber, Winthrop House, res 409 Seventh 

Atherton Joseph (Kieso & Atherton), res 669 Seventh 

Atherton Wm, gardener with C M Bonnemort, res 955 Jackson 

Atherstone Thomas S, head bookkeeper Singer Machine Manu- 
facturing Co (S F), res 1210 West 

Atkins G H, miner, res 320 East Eighth 

Atkins Ida Miss, res 320 East Eighth 

Atkins Mamie Miss, nurse, res 811 Washington 

Atkins S J Mrs, res 320 East Eighth 

Atkinson Arthur A, frame joiner with B A Armstrong, res 1157 
Franklin 

Atkinson George, carriagemaker, 858 Webster, res 854 Harrison 

Atkinson George, city marshal and ex officio tax collector, office 
City Hall 



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Atkinson George, clerk GPRR, res 1355 Thirteenth ave 
Atkinson George, waiter, SE cor Twenty-eighth and West 
Atkinson George Jr, clerk (S F), res 854 Harrison 
ATKINSON GEORGE D groceries and produce, 1425 San Pablo 

ave, res same 
Atkinson Henry, clerk (S F), res 854 Harrison 
Atkinson John W, miner, res 1417 Grove 

Atkinson John W Jr, assistant instructor chemistry State Uni- 
versity (Berkeley), res 1417 Grove 
Atkinson William, contractor, res 854 Harrison 
Atterbury Frank, carriage trimmer, res 1306 Seventh 
Atwater Dwight M, superintendent whip department with Main & 

Winchester (S F), res 962 Campbell 
Atwill E D, res 907 Jackson 

At wood H R, marine surveyor, res 1031 Seventh ave 
Atwood Wm W, wood engraver, res 1031 Seventh ave 
Aubrey Peter, carpenter and house mover, res 608 First 
Audiffred Hypolite, wood and coal, 565 Fourth, res 1313 Brush 
Audifl'red Louis, bookkeeper with H Audiffred, res 1313 Brush 
Auerbach L Mrs, res 586 Twenty-secoiid 
Augenstein Ernest, jeweler, res e s Magnolia nr Thirty-fourth 
AUGUR GEORGE J. physician and surgeon, office hours 11 to 12 
a M and i I to 5 p M, office Oakland Bank Building, rooms 14 
and 15, res same 
Augustine M B (Martin & Augustine, Reno, Nev), res 560 Six- 
teenth 
Augusto Antonio Joze, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

224 Ettie 
Augustus A, laborer C P R R 

Augwin J A, foreman C P R R Yard, res 1669 Taylor 
Auld Royal, postal clerk, res 769 Seventeenth 
Auroux Edward, laborer, res 301 First 
Austey Charles Townsend, C P R R, res 825 Henry 
Austin David S, captain P M S S Co's steamer San Jose res 1111 

Adeline 
Austin Harry, artist, res 616 Twelfth 

Austin Marcus E, real estate brokerage, res 376 East Fourteenth 
Austin P J, lawyer, res 462 Central ave 
Austin Sarah A Miss, res 479 Ninth 
Austin William, laborer, res 129 Helen 
Autuiler John, laborer C P R R Yard 
Avan Charles, saloon and restaurant, 370 Eighth 
Avan Harriet Mrs, res College ave nr New Broadway (Ten escal) 
Avenue House, O I Denison propr, 1273 San Pablo ave 
AVERELL WILLIAM M. agent iEtna Fire Insurance Co, and 

general collection agent, office 854 i Broadway, res same 
Averill Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res 523 Tenth 



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Aversou James G, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 

Avery Adeline N Mrs, physician and surgeon, office NE cor 

Fourteenth and Webster, res same 
Avery Sarah A, res 674 Sixteenth 
Ayala M M, res Telegraph ave bet Alpine anl Tehama, Temescal 
Ayers Edith D Miss, hook binder Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

res 718 Twelfth 
Ayers John E, carpenter with J M Halsted, res 606 Eighteenth 
Ayers J I, miner, res 1710 Lincoln 

Ayers John, police officer (S F), res 671 East Twenty -fourth 
Ayers Michael, agricultural implements (S F), i-es 606 Eighteenth 
Ayers Olga Miss, telegraphist C P R R, res 211 Minna (S F) 
Ayers Ransom G, architect and builder, res 581 Seventeenth 
Ayers Rosa Miss, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 718 

Twelfth 
Ayers W H, cigars, tobacco, etc, res 966 Twenty-eighth 
AYERS WILLIAM H. cigars, tobacco and billiards, 465 Ninth, 

res 966 Twenty -eighth 
Ay re Emma Miss, res 818 Brush 

Ayres Irvin, merchant and cattle-raiser, res 1205 Oak 
Ayres Mary J Mrs, teacher Clawson Primary School, l'es 1710 

Lincoln 

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lowest rates, at General Ti.'ket Office, £ Sew Montgomery street, 
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Baab Chas, merchant tailor, 970 Broadway, res 1225 San Pablo 
ave 

Babb Chas, journalist, res 2049 Market 

Babbage Geo, house mover, res 363' Fifth 

Babbitt Hattie A Miss, res 1954 Webster 

Babbitt Salmon M, capitalist, res 1954 Webster 

Babeock Frances Miss, res 1012 Jefferson 

Babcock Geo, res 577 Thirty-fifth 

Babeock Geo W, contractor, res 555 East Sixteenth 

Babcock Henry C, agent Pnueger's luminous goods, res Telegraph 
ave nr Vernon, Temescal 

Babcock L M, foreman with Fay & Backus (S F), res 2003 Chest- 
nut 

Babcock N H, tuner Bruenn's Music Store, res 232 Twelfth 

Babcock Noel, salesman with Adolph Bruenn, res cor Twelfth 
and Alice 

Babcock Mrs, res 825 Market 

Babcock O D Mrs, res 1012 Jefferson 

Babcock Sanford P, civil engineer, res 1721 Seward 

Babcock V Miss, res 1012 Jefferson 



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Babcock W, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 

Babel Philip, carpenter, res 1378 Ninth 

Babista Mrs, res 720 Chester 

Bachelder A H, salesman with Holt Bros, res 1260 Grove 

Bachelder Mrs E, dressmaker, res 533 Seventeenth 

Bachelder Wm K, carpenter, res 533 Seventeenth 

Bachmann Geo (Brown & Bachmann), attorney-at-law, res 1349 

Telegraph ave, res same 
Bach told Anna Miss, res 1169 Center 
Backus Lucy Mrs, res 1013 Wood 
Backus Oscar J (Geo H Tay & Co), res 1424 Adeline 
Bacon Frank M, res cor Seventh ave and East Eleventh 
Bacon F P, proprietor Globe Iron Works (S F), res 412 East 

Tenth 
Bacon Henry D, capitalist, res 960 Oak 
Bacon James H, confectioner, 965 Broadway, res 222 Ninth 
Bacon W F, salesman with W B Hardy, res 366 Eighth 
Baddern Henry, plumber, 311 Third 
Badescti Josef, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 718 

Twelfth 
Badger's Central Park, Thos W Badger propr, bet Seventh and 

Ninth ave and East Tenth and Railroad nr Clinton Station 
Badger Chas W, broker (S F), res 1367 Castro 
Badger Thos W, propr Badger's Park, res same 
Bagge Christian, farmer, res SW cor Fourteenth and Peralta 
Bagge Theodore F, farmer, SE cor Center and Seventh 
Baglin Harriet Mrs, res 1715 Market 
Bahls J W (Althof & Bahls) (S Fj, res 942 Linden 
Bahr Gottlieb, teacher, res 2034 Union 
Bailey Ann Mrs, res 567 East Twenty-third 
Bailey Austin, painter with C B Rutherford, res Bartlett House 
Bailey B, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 812 Campbell 
Bailey Charles, yardman CPRR, res Grand Western Hotel 
Bailey Chas A, bookkeeper with Huntington, Hopkins & Co 

(S F), res 1387 Harrison 
Bailey Hiram, supervisor, res Livermore 
Bailey Irene Mrs, res 1713 Market 
Bailey James, naturalist and florist, res 464 Third 
Bailey James Jr, tinsmith, res 464 Third 
Bailey John, blacksmith, res 464 Third 
Bailey Kate Miss, res 566 East Eleventh 
Bailey Mary Miss, artist, res 567 East Twenty-third 
Bailey Myron, carpenter, res 812 Campbell 
Bailey Nellie Mrs, res Bartlett House, 473 Seventh 
Bailey S A Mrs, res 566 East Eleventh 
Bailey Thos, bookkeeper, res 557 Seventh 
Bailey Wm H, carpenter, res 1322 San Pablo 



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Bailey Wm I, wood and coal, 710 Fifth, res 675 Fifth 

Bailey Wm T, printer, res 1212 Sixteenth ave 

Baily H M Miss, agent, 506 Ninth, res same 

Baily John, foreman CPRR, res 914 Pine 

Bain James, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Bain Mrs Margaret, midwife, res 510 Seventh 

Bainbridge Chas J, medical student, res 713 Eighth 

Bainbridge James C, medical student, res 713 Eighth 

Bains Chas, with J P Beels, res 1618 Eleventh 

Baker A Blanche Miss, res 673 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Albert F, carpenter, res 1303 Clay 

Baker Alfred, laborer with J C Estey, res 673 Twenty -fifth 

Baker Alfred H, driver, res 673 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Alfred S, painter and grainer, res 513 Eleventh 

Baker Amy B Miss, res 673 Twenty-fifth 

Baker Annie M Miss, dressmaker, res 482 Twenty-fifth 

Baker A P Mrs, res 822 Twelfth 

Baker A W, brakeman CPRR 

Baker Chas F, banking clerk (S F), res Blake House 

Baker Chas W, house painter, res 802 Grove 

Baker I A Mrs, res 966 Chester 

Baker E G, res 462 Prospect 

Baker Frank, salesman with P Baker, res 362 Fifth 

Baker Gershon A, pressman Pacific Press Publishing Co, res SW 

cor Thirtieth and Myrtle 
Baker H E, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Baker Henry M, blacksmith, res 1018 Pine 
BAKER HENRY T. stationer, etc, 1792 Seventh, res 966 Chester 
Baker James, engineer (S F), res 1018 Pine 
Baker Jane, res 765 Clay 
Baker Jefferson B, carpenter, res 803 Castro 
Baker Jehiel H, mining agent, res 673 Twenty-fifth 
Baker J J, paymaster CPRR, res 408 Thirteenth 
Baker John, res 1306 Twelfth ave 

Baker Joseph H (Boynton & Baker), carpenter, res 803 Castro 
Baker J R, pressman Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 608 Fourth 
Baker Justus, miner, res 608 Fourth 
Baker Lucv L Miss, res 673 Twenty-fifth 
Baker L R~Mrs, res 120 Eleventh 
Baker Margaret Mrs, res 482 Twenty-fifth 
Baker Orrin V, machinist, res 1809 Short 
Baker < 'rrin V Jr, news agent, res 1809 Short 
Baker Peter, groceries and provisions, 823 Broadway, res 362 Fifth 
Baker Richard P, master mariner, res 770 Seventeenth 
Baker Rush D, clerk CPRR, res 937 Myrtle 
Baker S Mrs, foreman folding department Pacific Press, res 608 

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Baker Samuel, bookkeeper, res 815 East Fifteenth 

Baker Sarah E, res 616 Twelfth 

Baker Thos, laborer, res 883 Division 

Baker William, res 526 East Twelfth 

Baker Wm, painter, res O'Neal House, Emery Station 

Baker Wm, painter Judson Manufacturing Co, res Berkeley 

Baker Wm, printer, res 313 Sixth 

Baker W L H, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 718 

Twelfth 
Balam Mary, domestic, w s Maple bet Temescal and Birch 
Baldwin Alexander, mining, res 1207 Franklin 
Baldwin Alice Miss, res 930 Adeline 
Baldwin A W, clerk, res 930 Adeline 
BALDWIN D M (Baldwin & Reilay), res Winsor House 
Baldwin Elvira Mrs, physician and private lodgings, 527 Seventh 
Baldwin J C, res 770 Tenth 
Baldwin J C, res 1324 Tenth ave 

Baldwin Loyd, attorney-at-law (S F), res Lee nr Vernon ave 
Baldwin M A Mrs, 1410 Franklin 
Baldwin Mark, harnessmaker, 406 East Twelfth 
Baldwin Mark, watchman Northwestern Manufacturing Car 

Co, 654 Washington 
BALDWIN & REILAY (D M Baldwin and J P Reilay), physi- 
cians, 1003| Broadway, room 4 
Balemi James, gardener Mountain View Cemetery 
Balemi John, gardener Mountain View Cemetery 
Baley H C Mrs, nurse, res 756 Seventh 
Ball Chas H, engineer CPRR, res 1714 Lincoln 
Ball C H, engineer CPRR, res 61 2 J East Twelfth 
Ball Francis, master mariner, res 1261 Clay 
Ball Frank, groceries, 1642 Telegraph Ave, res same 
Ball Horace, clerk CPRR(SF), res 856 Market 
Ball Nicholas, extraman Phoenix Engine No 1, res 1261 Clay 
Bali Nicholas A, clerk with W P Wheeler, res 1261 Clay 
Ballantyne William H, painter, 412 Fifteenth 
Ballard Chas, gardener, res 1019 Fifth ave 
Ballard Geo, machinist (S F), res 1718 Chase 
Ballard James W, saloon, 464 Ninth, res 942 Wood 
Ballard Laura A Miss, res 2224 Telegraph ave 
Ballard Sanford K, accountant, res 2224 Telegraph ave 
Bailey Geo, pound keeper, res rear 2140 Chestnut 
Ballotta Frank, laborer, res Blair's Ranch, Piedmont 
Ballou Daniel W, school teacher, res 1912 Myrtle 
Ballou S Ella Mrs, dressmaker, res 1912 Myrtle 
Bally T, jockey Oakland Race Track nr Emery Station, res same 
Balzer John, shoemaker, 713 Broadway, res Third bet Washing- 
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Bamber John, mining, res 476 Twenty-second 

Bamber John E Jr, res 476 Twenty-second 

Bamber Lizzie Miss, res 476 Twenty-second 

Bamber Mav E Miss, res 476 Twenty-second 

Bamford C E Mrs, res 621 East Fifteenth 

Bangle Alice R Mrs, res 1214 Tenth ave 

"BANDBOX" (The Oakland), Burke & Cunningham proprietors, 

1169 Broadway 
Bangle Branson, painter, 1278 Tenth ave, res same 
Bangle Edward, carriage painter, SW cor Sixteenth ave and 

Twelfth, res 1352 Tenth ave 
Bangle Edward Jr, with E Bangle, res 1352 Sixth ave 
BANGLE GEORGE E. watchmaker and jeweler, 622 East Twelfth, 

res 1214 Tenth ave 
Bangle Phoebe Mrs, res 1278 Tenth ave 
Bangs H Franklin, Home Mutual Insurance Co (S F), res 118 

Ninth 
Bankhead Bros (David B, Malcolm R and William S Bankhead), 

auctioneers, 468 Tenth 
Bankhead David B (Bankhead Bros), res 752 Castro 
Bankhead Hugh (Bankhead & Gehr), res 1358 Brush 
Bankhead Bros (J B and J W Bankhead), auctioneers, 466 

Tenth 
Bankhead Jane, res 752 Castro 
Bankhead John W, news dealer, NW cor Tenth and Broadway, 

res 757 Castro 
Bankhead Malcolm R (Bankhead Bros), and tinner with James 

Dalziel, res 752 Castro 
Bankhead Theresa, res 704 Twenty-sixth 
Bankhead William S (Bankhead Bros), res 752 Castro 
Bankhead & Gehr (Hugh Bankhead and L N Gehr), auctioneers 

and furniture dealers, 911-915 Washington 
Banks Charles W, cashier Wells, Fargo & Co (S F), res 2253 

Telegraph ave 
Banks Henry D, switchman C P R R, res 1165| Seventh 
Banks H H, yardman C P R R, res cor Fifth and Center 
Banks J A, messenger W, F & Co's Express, res 1328 Eleventh ave 
Banks John, cook, res 622 Broadway 

Bannan Daniel W, hostler Tapp's Training Stables, res same 
Bannerman John F (Pioneer Planing Mill), res Alameda 
Baptist Chinese Young Men's Christian Association, 719 Eleventh 
Baptiste Frank, borer, res 815 Eighteenth 
Baramia Jean, porter, res rear 837| Brush, up stairs 
Barbagelata Francis, foreman Ghirardella & Son, res 606 Third 
Barbagelata Oscar, clerk Ackerman's Branch Crockery Store, 

res 606 Third 
Barber A T, bookkeeper, res Alameda 




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Barber Edward T, physician, office 957 Broadway, res same 

Barber James B, deputy county treasurer, res Alameda 

Barber Joseph A, student State University, res Vernon Park 

Barber M 0, farmer, res Vernon Park, Temescal 

Barclay Melvin, sawyer Pacific Planing Mills, res 653 Seventh 

Bardwell Henrietta Miss, res 1003 Twenty-second 

Bard well Josephine Miss, res 1003 Twenty-second 

Bargion Peter, miner, res 1454^ Seventh 

Barker Charles R, teamster with Bar?tow & Garber, res 2217 
Chestnut 

Barker E W, teacher penmanship Hopkins' and Snell's Acade- 
mies, res San Francisco 

Barker F A, sea captain, res 1512 Ninth 

Barker John P, bookkeeper with Charles L Taylor, res 466| 
Thirteenth 

Barker Timothy L, merchant, res 1119 Castro 

Barker William R, teacher penmanship California Military A ad- 
emy, res Plymouth ave 

Barkhouse Frederick C, carpenter, res Girard House, 955J Wash- 
ington 

Barloggi Guisephe, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry, res 1359 
Thirteenth 

Barlow Albert, driver Whitney & Co's Express, res 518 Sixth 

Barlow C, employe U S Mint, res 966 Madison 

Barlow Frank, clerk (S F), res 214 B 

Barlow Mary Mrs, res 214 B 

Barnard Carrie Miss, res 535 Thirty-sixth 

Barnard Charles, brakeman C P R R 

Barnard E, baker, res 421 Linden 

Barnard Frank (Frank Barnard & Co), res NE cor Gough and 
Vallejo, San Francisco 

BARNARD FRANK & CO (Frank Barnard and Henry Voorman), 
wood and coal, 400 Eighth 

Barnard Helen D Miss, principal Market Street Kindergarten, res 
1320 Telegraph ave 

Barnard William C, clerk with H Dutard, res 1320 Telegraph 
ave 

Barnard William E, real estate agent, insurance broker and auc- 
tioneer, 470 Ninth, res 1320 Telegraph ave 

Barndt Charles, carpenter, res 239 Harlan 

Barnes C G, switchman C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 

Barnes Charles, res 63 Valley 

Barnes Ellen Miss, res 863 Chester 

Barnes L M, carpenter, res 1513 Ninth ave 

Barnes May W Miss, saleslady with Taft & Pennoyer, res 821 
Fifteenth 

Barnes Michael, collector, res 863 Chester 



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Barnes R L, clerk London and San Fi-ancisco Bank, res 961 Eighth 

Barnes Thomas, operator Woolen Mills, res 1124 Third 

Barnest G, brakeman CPR R, res Sacramento Lodging House 

Barnet John, police officer, res 523 Eighth 

Barnett David, fruit, etc, 831 Broadway, res 408 Fifth 

Barnett Edward, dry goods, clothing, etc, 835 and 837 Broadway, 

res 563 Fifth 
Barnett Frank T, clerk with Chas L Taylor, res 523 Eighth 
Barnett Isaac, fruit peddler, res 712 Fifth 
Barnett J J, 422 Eighth, res cor Sixth and Broadway 
Barnett John, policeman with Dalziel & Moller, res 523 Eighth 
Barnett John Z, plumber with Robt Dalziel, res 523 Eighth 
Barnett O D, Pioneer Planing Mill, res Third bet Castro 

Market 
Barnett R P, supt Dredger Co, res n s East Twenty-third 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth aves 
Barney C L, conductor C P R R, res 1723 Filbert 
Barney John N, carpenter, res 1723 Filbert 
BARNUM RESTAURANT, PPagge & Co proprietors, SE 

Broadway and Seventh 
Barnhisel Chas F, clerk with D Hughes, res 1694 Seventh 
Barnhisel Emily S Mrs, res 1713 Market 
Barr Thomas, res 475 Ninth 
Barracks L, electric light fireman C P R R 
Barratini L, with Siebe Bros & Plageman (S F), res 922 Third 
Barrere Louis, driver Contra Costa Laundry, res 960 Center 
Barrere Louis, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Barrett Abraham, boots and shoes, 1237 Broadway, res 570 Fif- 
teenth 
Barrett Al, butcher, res 883 Bay 
Barrett C R, res 1961 Grove 

Barrett Daniel S, with B Lambert, res 825 Market 
Barrett Edward, proprietor Oakland Tivoli, res Tivoli Opera 

House 
Barrett George, capitalist, res 836 Broadway 
Barrett George H, farmer, res 1027 Eighth 
Barrett James, bootblack, res 655 Washington 
Barrett John, laborer, NE cor Eighteenth and Eleventh ave 
Barrett John S, clerk with T R Burns, res 833 Myrtle 
Barrett P, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 833 Myrtle 
Barrett Patrick, res 833 Myrtle 

Barrett Thomas, miner, res NE cor Eighteenth and Eleventh ave 
Barrett Wm, blacksmith, res NE cor Eighteenth and Eleventh ave 
Barrett Wm, extraman Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, res 619 East 

Fourteenth 
Barrington George F, bookkeeper Custom House (S F), res 1014 

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Barrows A, res cor Forty-seventh and San Pablo ave, Temescal 

Barry David, carriage painter with M W Allen, res 410 Tenth 

Barry David, gardener, res 1022 West 

Barry Edward, stockbroker (S F), res 1102 Tenth 

Barry H N, conductor C P R R, res 756 Seventh 

Barr}' Jane Miss, assistant Cole School, res 776 Tenth 

Barry John, car repairer CPRR Yard, res 873 Peralta 

Barry John, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 1022 West 

Barry J W, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Barry Patrick, employe CPRR. res 818 Linden 

Barry Patrick, professor of mathematics, res 304 Tenth 

Barry Wm, gardener, res 1627 Eighth 

Barstow Alfred, lawyer (S F), res 1018 Eighteenth 

Barstow Amanda M Miss, res 1322 Harrison 

Barstow Amy Miss, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

936 Thirty-sixth 
Barstow Anson (Barstow & Garber), res 1104 Broadway 
Barstow Ellen F Miss, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Barstow Frederick O, physician and surgeon, office 936 Thirty- 
sixth, res same 
Barstow Lizzie Reed, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Barstow Mary Miss, res 1322 Harrison 
Barstow Mary E Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 936 Thirty-sixth 
Barstow Wallace, apprentice sign painter, res 1064 Twenty-second 
Barstow & Garber (Anson Barstow and M C Garber), wood and 

coal, hay and grain, SE cor Thirteenth and Franklin 
Bartable Bartholomew, brakeman CPRR, res Central House 
Bartels Charles W, brass worker, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Chas, barber, Fourteenth bet Broadway and Washington, 

res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels Emma L Miss, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
BARTELS HENRY* liquor saloon, 1114 Broadway, res 1529 

Curtis 
Bartels Laura A Miss, res 501 Twenty-fourth 
Bartels William, upholsterer with Christian Schreiber, res 175 

Eighth 
Bartholomew Alfred, livery stable, Thirteenth ave, res 576 East 

Fourteenth 
Bartholomew Clarence A, plumber, res 775 Fourteenth 
Bartholomew Ella N Miss, artist, res 576 East Fourteenth 
Bartholomew E M Mrs, assistant Swett School, res 775 Four- 
teenth 
Bartholomew Henry G, porter, res 475 Twenty-first 
Bartlett Alfred, propr Bartlett House, 473 Seventh 
Bartlett Alice Miss, bookbinder Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

752 Sixteenth 
Bartlett Cornelia P Miss, res 1462 Castro 



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Bartlett'E E Mrs, res 833 Market 

Bartlett George C, assistant receiving teller Pacific Bank (S F), 

res 1462 Castro 
Bartles Geo W, machinist cor Fifth and Bryant, res 860 Pine 
Bartlett Harry E, manager Contra Costra Laundry, res S F 
Bartlett Henry S, clerk with Taft & Pennoyer, res 1462 Castro 
Bartlett House, Alfred Bartlett propr, 473 Seventh 
Bartlett Jennie Mrs, nurse, res 1001 Franklin 
Bartlett Pliny (Hallett, Bartlett, &' Dalton), res 1311 Franklin 
Bartlett Samuel, night watchman Bartlett House, 473 Seventh 
Bartlett Sarah A C, res 1462 Castro 
Bartlett Theresa, Bartlett House, 473 Seventh 
Bartlow William, bootblack, res 714 Fourth 
Bartlett William C, editor Bulletin (S F), res 477 Prospect 
Bartling William (Bartling & Kimball) 505 Clay (S F), res 719 

Fourteenth 
Bartmann John A, painter, res 1946 Linden 
Barto S H, fireman C P R R, res 1416 Ninth 
Barton C A Mrs, crayon and portrait artist, res 1419 San Pablo 

ave 
Barton Jacob K, brakeman C P R R, res 1457 New Broadway 
Barton Knott, carpenter, res New York Hotel 
Barton Thomas C, laborer, res Overland House 
Barut Albert, engineer (S F), res 55 Valley 
Barut August, butcher, res 55 Valley 
Barut Raymond w (Manuel & Barut), res 55 Valley 
Basch Maurice, cigars, 624 Washington (S F), res 317 Eleventh 
BASCIZZA GEORGE^chophouse Morning Star Coffee Saloon, 

1516 Seventh, Kolher Block, Center Station 
Bashford C Mrs, res 1379 Harrison 
Bashford Lillie Miss, res 1379 Harrison 
Bass Lavinia Mrs, res 1954 Grove 
Basset J, mail agent, res 1156 Broadway 
Bassett Alonzo, stone cutter, res 809 Thirteenth 
Bassett Augustus S, printer C P R R Ship Yard, res 835 Willow 
Bassett Clara Miss, res 862 Twenty-sixth 
Bassett James C, carpenter, res 768 Twenty -first 
Bassett J P, baggage master C P Ft R, res 1076 Thirty-second 
Bassett James M, C P R R, res 728 Eighth 
Bassett John M, brake man C P R R, res 660 Laurel ave 
Bassett Thomas^R, carpenter, res 768 Twenty-first 
Bassi G, res_First ave bet Telegraph and Second ave, Temescalf 
Basnett John D, solicitor, res 1361 Peralta 

Bas'ian Frederick, blacksmith C P R R Yards, res 1716 Eighth 
Bastiani Sefferno, chief cook Tubbs Hotel, res 165 Seventh 
Batchelder David F^speciarpoliceman, res 1379 Telegraph ave 
Batchelder James, engineer, res 314 Ninth 




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Batchelder John P, brakeman, res 1329 Harrison 

Batchelder P J, carpenter, res 1313 Eleventh ave 

Batchelder T Mrs, res 1329 Harrison 

Batchelder William F, groceries, cor Sixteenth and San Pablo ave 

res Avenue House 
Batchelder William H, seaman, res 1329 Harrison 
Bates Ephraim J, contractor, res cor Ettie and B 
Batholemue B, livery stable, 1060 Thirteenth ave, res NW cor 

Fourteenth and Twelfth ave 
Bathurst Angus, brakeman CPRR, res 742 Peralta 
Batkin Henry, clerk (S F), res 727 Filbert 
Batkin Henry C F, clerk (S F), res 1856 Division 
Batterman Lucy A S Mrs, res SE cor We>t and Seventh 
Battesta Johann, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Bau champ J A Mrs, music teacher, res 888 East Twenty-first 
Baudin Jubn P, builder, res 566 Sixteenth 
Bauer Henry, brakeman CPRR 
Bauerle John, carpenter, res 755 Grove 
Baxley George W, farmer, re^ 125 Third 

Baxley John W, millhand Oakland Planing Mill, res 1955 Union 
Baxley S W, farmer, 125 Third 
Baxley Wm T, teacher, res 125 Third 
Baxter Hall William, clerk Spring Valley Water Co (S F), res 

1236 Adeline 
Baxter J B & Co (J B Baxter and C Dalmas), cooperage, 610 

Broadway 
Baxter James, engineer, res 1013 Fifth 
Baxter William S, bookkeeper Redington & Co (S F), res 1419 

Myrtle 
Bay City Market, NE cor Eleventh and Washington 
Bay Nursery, James Hutchison propr, 1814 Telegraph ave 
Bay View Distillery Yeast Co, G W Burns agent, 466 Ninth 
Bay View Saloon, John Casson propr, SE cor Telegraph ave and 

First ave 
Bayard Emma F, res 661 Magnolia 
Bayles Wm H, miner, res 321 Eleventh 
Bayley Charles H, manager Photographic Publishing Co and 

agent Wolcott Pain Paint, office 515 Seventh, res 220 Genter, 

Watts Tract 
Bayley George B, res 1307 Castro 
Bayley George H, cattle-raiser, res 678 Twenty-fourth 
Bayley Joshua H, live stock dealer, res 1659 Grove 
Bayley Wilson, res 1659 Grove 
Baylis Joseph, laborer, res 873 Lydia 
Bayly Henry P F, foundryman, res 228 Haven 
Beach Robert C, attorney-at-law, res 925 Thirty-fifth 
Beach Thomas, res 414 Fourteenth 



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Beadle C F, salesman with Taft & Pennoyer, res 604 Seventeenth 

Beakleay Henry, huntsman, res Forty-third bet Telegraph ave 
and Grove, Temescal 

Beal William B, commission merchant (S F), res 1215 Twelfth ave 

Beale Annie E Miss, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Beale Jonathan, carpenter, res 653 Adeline 

Beale William T, sexton First M E Church, res 700 Thirty-fourth 

Beals Charles H, dentist, res 1901 Broadway 

Beals Ezra, manufacturer Garland Patent Basin Sink and Bath- 
tub Trap, 1901 Broadway 

Beam Gx-eta Miss, res 306 Fourteenth 

Bean A, laborer, res Sutter bet San Pablo and Adeline, Temescal 

Bean Adelmer J, carpenter, res 1528 West 

Bean A E, ship carpenter, res s s foot of Webster 

Bean A J, laborer C P R R Yards 

Beans George S, wood worker, res SE cor Franklin and Fourth 

Bear A, yardman C P R R, res 663 Third 

Bear Abraham, yardman C P R R, res 804 Willow 

Bear Uriah A, yardman C P R R, r-es 649 Campbell 

Bear W, yardman C P R R, res 649 Campbell 

Beardsley I Mrs, dressmaker, res 1320 San Pablo ave 

Beardsley James S (Beardsley & Lloyd) : res 1262 Market 

Beardsley Melvin W, res 1320 San Pablo ave 

BEARDSLEY & LLOYD (James S Beardsley and Charles E 
Lloyd), real estate agents, 912 Broad waj 7 

Bearlogg G, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 

Beatie Walter C, clerk S P C R R Co (S F), res 312 Third 

Beaton E P, res Merritt House 

Beatty J A Mrs, res 363 1 Twelfth 

Beatty William, groceries, 783 Twelfth, res same 

Beaudry House, Mrs J H Whitney proprietress, 875 Washington 

Beaugner W S, brakeman S P R R, res 524 Sixteenth 

Beaver Henry, janitor Stock Exchange Building (S F), res 1708 
Lincoln 

Bechdel Nelson A, foreman C P R R Shop, res 1723 Eighth 

Becht Chas F, butcher, res 620 Franklin 

Becht D M Miss, res 1168 Webster 

Becht George J (Croll & Becht), res 1017 Franklin 

Bechtel John, capitalist, res 1466 Eighth 

Bechts Saloon, Leopold Selna & Gustave Damnitz proprietors, 
SE cor Eleventh and Broadway 

Beck E B, importer and commission merchant (S F), res 318 East 
Seventeenth 

Beck John C, captain schooner Napa City, res 504 Fifteenth 

Beck Miles, teamster with Lyon & Kinsey, res 1063 Willow 

Beck Thomas, gardener, res 1007 Fourteenth 

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Beck Walter F, commission merchant, 219 Front (S F), res 512 

P^jPiT w en ty -second 

Becker Chas W, expressman, res 1210 Twenty-eighth 

Becker Frederick, butcher, 817 Broadway, res 667 Fifth 

Becker Peter, coachman'with E S Davis, res 769 Eighth 

Beckett F "Arthur, pharmacist (S F), res 1518 Thirteenth ave, 

Ji|§j$East Oakland,; 

Beckett J W, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 

Beckett Mrs, music teacher, res 1518 Thirteenth ave 

Beckley Henry, mechanic, res 668 Twenty-Seventh 

Beckwith L F, printer, res 818 Twelfth 

Bedell Daniel C, bartender, cor Fourth and Franklin, res 462 Third 

Bedell E D, brakeman CPRR, res 1618 Telegraph ave 

Bedell George, real estate, res 753 Market 

Bedell J N, teacher, res 814 Twelfth 

Bedell John N, res 717 Tenth 

Beebe Charles W (Preble & Beebe), res 1212 Clay 

Beebe David P, butcher, res 825 Filbert 

Beebe Edward L, carpenter, res n s Temescal nr Telegraph ave 

Beebe James, farmer, res n s Cleveland ave east of Telegraph ave 

Beebe Wm S, r res 1709 Chase 

Beeby E L,*carpenter with J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

ave bet Summer and Clifton 
Beeby Robert J, foreman with James Lentell, res Telegraph ave 

bet Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth 
Beedy Laura, res 618 East Sixteenth 
Beel Martin S, commercial traveler, res 378 Ninth 
Beel S Mrs, res 378 Ninth 
Beel Sigmund S, violinist, res 378 Ninth 
Beels Geo, printer, res 1618 Eleventh ave 
Beels J P, engraver and printer, res 1618 Eleventh ave 
Beeman Mrs, res Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Beeney James H, wharfinger CPRR, res Continental Hotel 
Beer John M, cigarmaker with Fibash Bros, res 519 Seventh 
Beggs John, laborer, res cor Twenty-seventh and Grove 
Beharrell E E (Beharrell & Co), res 339 East Twelfth 
Beharrell & Co (E E Beharrell and G U Cunningham), groceries, 

339 East Twelfth | 
Behrling John, engineer with Samm & Co, res 1113 Sixteenth 

ave 
Belcher Frederick, res 1143 Myrtle 
Belcher John A, furnaceman Pacific Iron and Nail Factory, res 

958 Clav 
Belden Ella D Mrs, res 1326 Twelfth 
Belden E S, law phonographer (S F), res e s Telegraph ave b et 

Fortieth and Forty -first 
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Belden Harry R, cigarmaker, res 1317 San Pablo ave 

Belden H K, agent Hartford Fire Insurance Co, res cor John and 
Montgomery (S F) 

Belden Harry L, clerk with Robinson & De Galia, res 1326 Cen- 
tral ave 

Belden Theodore M, builder, res 367 Durant 

Belfast Victor, teamster with Samm & Co, res below Twenty-fifth 
and Sycamore, San Pablo ave 

Belfils Ernest K, printer, res 1770 San Pablo ave 

Belfils Victor, drayman, res San Pablo ave bet Twenty-fifth and 
Twenty-sixth 

Belisle Hubert, laborer, res 320 Second 

Bell A G Mrs, res 917 Fifth 

Bell Charles W, nurseryman, res 718 Seventeenth 

Bell Ellen Miss, ladies nurse, res Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Bell Emeline Mrs, res 1001 Fifth 

Bell F A Mrs, proprietress St Lawrence Hotel, 1305 Broadway 

Bell Grant, student, res 1231 Myrtle 

Bell H, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal House, 
Emery Station 

Bell Harriet Miss, res Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Bell Henry, assistant engineer Iron and Steel Works, res Thirty 
sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Bell Henry Jr, moulder, res Thirty-sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Bell Hugh J, carpenter, res 1014 Twenty-fourth 

Bell John K, barkeeper, res 358 Seventh 

Bell Joseph, res 658 Sycamore 

Bell Joseph H, mechanic school department, res 658 Sycamore 

BELL R E. druggist, junction Telegraph ave and Broadway, res 
1305 Broad wa} r 

Bell William, laborer, res 1781 William 

Bell Wm S, miner, res 1713 Lincoln 

Bellingall P W, custom house broker (S F), res 1415 Filbert 

Belloir Peter, conductor C P R R, res 1222 Chestnut 

Belrose Louis, car driver, res San Pablo bet Thirty-sixth and Thir- 
ty-seventh 

Bemis Frank, machinehand, res 1113 Sixteenth ave 

Bemis Frank A, machinehand East Oakland Planing Mill, res 
1310 Sixteenth ave 

BEMIS ORLANDO (Bemis & Allison), res Union Hotel 

BEMIS <& ALLISON (O Bemis and Benj Allison), butchers, 479 
East Twelfth 

Bemmerley Albert M, res 489 Orchard ave 

Bemmerley Nettie Miss, res 489 Orchard 

Bendel Herman (Tillman & Bendel) (S F), res 228 Third 

Bender Max F, teacher French, German and drawing California 
Military Academy, res S F 



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Benedetti Gussie Miss, res 657 Myrtle 

Benedetti Louis, laborer, 657 Myrtle 

Benedict Newton (Benedict, Capel & Co), notary public and com- 
missioner of deeds, 457 Ninth, res 228 Ninth 

Benedict, Capel & Co (Newton Benedict and J R Capel), real es- 
tate agents, 457 Ninth 

Benerson Mary, cook with Samuel P Hall, res 1220 Union 

Benham John A, contractor, res 1638 Telegraph ave 

Benham J W, clerk, res 526 Tenth 

Benjamin A G Mrs, teacher music, res 1352 Market 

Benjamin C J, laborer CPRR 

Benjamin Charlotte, res 2223 Elm 

Benjamin Clinton J, train reporter CPRR, res 1352 Market 

Benjamin Ed H, expressman, stand SW cor Tenth and Broadway, 
res Newland House 

Benjamin Lizzie C Miss, dressmaker, res 2223 Elm 

Benjamin Philip L, law student (S F), res 2223 Elm 

Benner Edward, patternmaker, res 777 Sixteenth 

Benner Frederick M, melter and refiner United States Mint (S 
F), res 777 Sixteenth 

Bennett Alfred E, carpenter Bradbury's Planing Mills (S F), res 
540 Twenty-second 

Bennett Alice Miss, res 540 Twenty-second 

Bennett Barnard, crockery, 906 Broadway, res 653 Jackson 

Bennett Chas D, stockbroker, res 567 Eighth 

Bennett E A Mrs, res 2225 Chestnut 

Bennett Florence Miss, 540 Twenty-second 

Bennett G W, brakeman CPRR, res 462 Twelfth 

Bennett Herbert W, professor of music, res 1459 Telegraph 

Bennett James, 'longshoreman, res e s Broadway bet First and 
the bay 

Bennett John, laborer, res 761 Grove 

Bennett Joseph, cook, res 1826 William 

Bennett Orvil D, moulder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 715 Third 

Bennett T A, poultry-raiser, res 2225 Chestnut 

Bennett Thos, general agt Travelers' Insurance Co, res 520 Tenth 

Bennetts Richard, res 709* Fifth 

BENNIS0N ANDREW if (Bennison, Liebmann & Co), res 1659 
Grove 

Bennison Eben H, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 
1011 Webster 

Bennison GeoE, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 856 
Brush 

Bennison Marion B Miss, assistant Cole School, res 856 Brush 

BENNISON, LIEBMANN & CO (A B Bennison and Louis Lieb- 
mann), dry and fancy goods, 1157 and 1159 Broadway 

Benoit Peter, capitalist, res 567 Second 



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Benson Alanson, lumber dealer (S F),res 1116 Filbert 

Benson Geo, tallyman CP RR, res 1772 Seventh 

Benson Henry A, farmer, res 956 Central ave 

Benson Julia A Miss, dressmaker, res 1007 Campbell 

Benson Patrick F, real estate agent, 466 Eighth, res 167 Third 

Benter Amelia Mrs, res 229 Hannah 

Benter Amelia Miss, dressmaker, res 229 Hannah 

Benter Henry, fringemaker (S F), res 229 Hannah 

Benter John, fringemaker (S F), res 229 Hannah 

Bentley Charles R, carpenter, res 1629 Myrtle 

Bentley J S Mrs, assistant Prescott School, res 220 Eleventh 

Bentley Lettie E Miss, assistant Franklin Grammar School, res 

1023 Eighth 
Bentley Mary W, music teacher, res 834 Franklin 
Bentley M A Mrs, res 1162 Market 
Bentley William, res 1162 Market 
Bentley William R, patent paints, res 220 Eleventh 
Benton Fidelia, res 1218 Clay 
Benton John E, editor Vidette and insurance agent, res 516 

Sixteenth 
Benton Joseph A Rev D D, senior professor Pacific Theological 
Seminary, bet Telegraph ave and Webster, res 437 Haw- 
thorne 
Benton Joseph A, res 1760 San Pablo ave 
Benton J W, painter with F M Farewell, res 373 Eighth 
Benton M F Miss, teacher of painting, res 533 Sixteenth 
Benton Mary P Mrs, scenic and portrait artist, 533 Sixteenth 
Benton Robert G, mail messenger, res 1760 San Pablo ave 
Bercaw Mertie, domestic with G H Carlock, res 805 Brush 
Bercovich Louis, junk, NW cor Sixth and Webster 
Berdan Geo A, stair builder Oakland Planing Mills, 961 Ches- 
ter 
Beretta Wm, fish dealer (S F), res 1723 Steward 
BERG M A. pictures and engravings, 1058 Broadway, res 1625 

Taylor 
Berger Chas, res 1362 Seventh 
Berger Katie Miss, res 1362 Seventh 
Berger Louis, farmer, res 13H2 Seventh 
Berington Daniel, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street 

House 
Berit Alexander, barber, res 416 Second 
Berit Jules, fisherman, res 416 Second 
Berit Pierre, tish and poultry dealer, res 421 Second 
Herkelev Laundry, Chas Partenscky propr, 1370 Twelfth 

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Berling John, engineer Samm's Mill, res 1113 Sixteenth ave 

Bermingham Edward J, res 1723 Linden 

Bernado Maul, laborer CPRR 

Bernamayou Madeline, res 2037 East Fourteenth 

Bernard Albert, student, res 958 Center 

Bernard B, bazaar, 906 Broadway, res cor Second and Jackson 

Bernard John, laborer, res 422 B 

Bernard Manuel, laborer, res 721 Henry 

Bernard Ulric, baker Cape Ann Bakery, res NW cor Clay and 
Eleventh 

Berndt John, brewer Oakland Brewery, res cor East Fourteenth 
and Fifteenth ave 

Bernerd Flanagan, engineer, res 664 Harrison 

Bernheim E Manuel (E Bernheim & Co), res 719 Tenth 

Bernheim E & Co (E Bernheim), manufacturers shoes, 368 Thir- 
teenth, office 539 Market (SF) 

Bernstein Edward, res 1018 Jefferson 

Bernstein Frederick E, clerk, res 1018 Jefferson 

Bernstein Flora Miss, res 1018 Jefferson 

Berrach Frank, chairmaker with Frank Boccard, res 464 A 

Berrein Richard, painter CPRR Ship Yard, res 1776 Atlantic 

Berry Charles O, sawyer with Mclntire & Co, res 1727 William 

Berry David, saloon, res 720 Broadway 

Berry John, carpenter, res 1608 William 

Berry Joseph A, laborer, res 564 Second 

Berry Thomas F, driver with P Pumyea, res 720 Broadway 

Berry William, teamster, res 809 Center 

Berry William, res 354 East Fourteenth 

Berry William L, printer, res Newland House 

Berry Willis R, fireman, res 813 Center 

Berryman Archie J, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street 
House 

Berryman Elijah J,assayer (Arizona), res 1360 Webster 

Bert Fred W, manager Oakland Theater, res S F 

BerthelsonEmil, carpenter, res 125 Ettie 

Berthold George, butcher, res 1001 Franklin 

Berthold George, butcher with Mrs Ellen Norman, res 579 Third 

Besancon Eugene, shoemaker, 1244 San Pablo ave, res same 

Besby Henry, bartender with J J Hanifin, res Clarendon House 

Besse Joseph O, salesman Citv of Paris (S F), res 1066 Wood 

Bessette H N, carpenter CPRR, 560 Franklin 

Best Jennie Mrs, res 756 Seventh 

Betancue Alice M Miss, res 487 Twenty-sixth 

Betancue Lizzie C Miss, asst Durant School, res 487 Twenty-sixth 

Betancue Joseph B, photographer, res 314 Third 

Betancue Joseph F, carpenter with M S Jordan, res 487 Twenty- 
sixth 

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Beth Jacob, synagogue, s s Sixth bet Broadway and Washington 

Bettiuan J J, real estate, res La Clede House, 1116 Broadway 

BETTMAN M MRS. millinery, 1000 Broadway, res 513 Tenth 

Betts Henry, teamster with Samuel Merritt, res 724 Myrtle 

Betts J M, employe CPRR, res Central Hotel 

Betts Orrington, carpenter, res 519 Twenty-second 

Betts William M, carriagemaker, res 1124 Myrtle 

Betz Philip, res 850 Franklin 

Betz Thomas, teamster Merritt's Lumber Yard, res 724 Myrtle 

Beverton S, dealer in useful inventions, 959 Washington, res 510 

Ninth 
Beyer Anthony, carpenter, res 1451 Seventh 
Bibbins G V, mining, res 1003 Clay 
Bice J, fireman CPRR 
Bickerton John R, carpenter, res 1216 Clay 
Bickerton Lottie Miss, dressmaker, res 1216 Clay 
Bidache Pierre (Bidache & Joinaud), res 912 Franklin 
Bidache & Joinaud (P Bidache and P Joinaud), proprs Franklin 

French Bakery, 912 Franklin 
Bieas John, fireman CPRR, res 1731 William 
Bieler Frank, liquor saloon, res 809 East Fourteenth 
Bieler Xavier, with F Bielei', res 809 East Fourteenth 
Bierce Albert S, refiner U S Mint (S F), res 617 Fifteenth 
Biers Charles H, cabinetmaker with Christian Schreiber, res 814 

Twenty -second 
BIGEL0W E. rea ' estate and insurance agent, 458 Ninth, res 762 

Thirteenth 
Bigelow Geo F, manager Ingleside (weekly newspaper), res cor 

Forty-first and San Pablo ave 
Bigelow H H, insurance agent, res cor Forty-first and San Pablo 

ave, Temescal 
Bigelow May Miss, res cor Forty-first and San Pablo ave.Temescal 
BIGELOW THADDEUS B, real estate agent, 458 Ninth, res 

1157 Jefferson 
Bigelow Wm L, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Biggerstaff Anna Miss, res 938 Thirty-fourth 
Biggerstatf Samuel T Mrs, music student, res 869 Washington 
Biggs John, washer Chieftain Stables, res 1811 Grove 
Biggs Theodore B, waiter William's Restaurant, res 518 Fif- 
teenth 
BIGLER JAMES R, proprietor Stanford Stables, NE cor Wood 

and Seventh, res 1210 Peralta 
Bigley A S, brakeman CPRR, res 703 Harrison 
Bigley Arthur, brakeman CPRR, res Clarendon House 
Bigley Arthur S, brakeman CPRR, res 945 Wood 
Bigley W H, engineer Narrow Gauge, res 957 Webster 
Biglow W J, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 



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Bignami Frank, carpenter, res 566 Twenty-second 

Bignami Louis, propr Venezia Garden, 572 Seventh, res 566 

Twenty-second 
Bignami Louis, saloon, res 566 Twenty-second 
Billings Charles E, painting, res 1407 Eighteenth 
Billings F D, engineer C P R R, res 1765 Division 
Billings Frank D, engineer C P R R, res 562 East Twelfth 
Billings Helen E Miss, music teacher, res 609 Sixteenth 
Billings M S Mrs, res 609 Sixteenth 
Billington Isaac F, C P R R, res 618 Eighth 
Billups John C, assistant bookkeeper with Bowen & Co, res 517 

Delger 
Bills Albert V, dentist (SF), rescor Thirty-sixth and Telegraph ave 
Bills George G, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Bills Rebecca A Miss, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 626 

east Fourteenth 
Biltz Frederick R, piano tuner with E A James, res 270 Seventh 
Bingham Evangeline Miss, res 504 Fifteenth 
Bininio A, laborer C P R R 
Bird Peter Joseph, laborer, res 225 Ettie 
Bird Robert, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 
Bird Urban, porter with Lyon & Kinsey, res Webster, Alameda 
Birdsall Eugene, engineer, res 1803 Seventh 
Birdsall J R, watchman C P R R Ship Yard 
Birdsall John K, engineer C P R R, res 959 Pine 
Birmingham W R Mrs, res 814 Filbert 
Birnbaum H B, bookkeeper (S F), res Kohler & Chase House, 

953| Washington 
Bisbee S B Miss, boarding and day school for young ladies, Oak 

bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Bisbey Frank, laborer, res 217 Second 

Bisbey Frank, fileworker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 272 Alice 
Bisby Henry, bartender with J J Hanifin, res Clarendon House 
Biscombe John, Mountain View Cemetery 

Bishop A W, justice of the peaee, 453 Eighth, res 1104 Broadway 
Bishop Chauncey G, clerk Alameda County Abstract Office, res 

1076 Thirty-second 
Bishop Homer, cook C P R R, res 559 Sixth 
Bishop Lester, carpenter, res 1076 Thirty-second 
Bisloy Susan, domestic, 1069 Market 

Bissell C H Miss, assistant Durant School, res Centennial House 
Bissell Eugene, job printer Tribune Publishing Co, res Alameda 

ave nr Willow, Alameda 
Bither August, tinner, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-second and 

Forty-third, Temescal 
Bittermann Chas, butcher, 765 East Twelfth, res 769 East Twelfth 
Bivins A C Miss, res 613 Tenth 



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Bivins E, res 613 Tenth 

Bixby Levi S, bookkeeper, res 1470 Brush 

Bixby Levi R, carpenter, res 1462 Brush 

Blachowski Thomas, carpenter CPRR, res 1815 Goss 

Black Eiward N, salesman with W B Hardy, res 1379 Filbert 

Building 
Black Geo, groceries, NE cor Seventh and Willow, res 1713 Chase 
Black George E, mining supt, res 1427 Filbert 
Black Henry, res VVinsor House 
Black Josiah, carpenter, res 828 Twenty-ninth 
Black Samuel T, principal Tompkins School, res 1360 Harrison 
Blackburn Charles, carriagemaker with Jones & Clough, res 

1356 Sixteenth 
BLACKBURN THOMAS, manufacturer of ornamental iron corner 

screens and weather strips, 531 Eighth, res same 
Blackford Mariah Mrs, res 718 Filbert 
Blackford Susan Miss, res 718 Filbert 
Blacklock Mary Mis, dressmaker, res 1828 Grove 
Blacklock Walter, res 1828 Grove 

Blackman Arthur, clerk with Pierce &; Co, res 1360 Brush 
Blackman George V, patent canvasser, res 1360 Brush 
Blackson J T (Bl-ickson & Piatt), res 557 Sixth 
Blackson & Piatt (J T Blackson and G S Piatt), saloon, 762 

Seventh 
Blackwood L B Miss, teacher Franklin School, res 335 East Twelfth 
Blackwood Richard H, janitor Twelfth Street High School, res 

1210 Fourteenth 
Blackwood Robert, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

1210 Fourteenth 
Blackwood Robert, janitor High, Irving and Evening Schools, 

res 1210 Fourteenth 
Blaikie George W, joiner C P R R Ship Yard, res 1720 Chase 
Blain Peter, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 Second 
Blair G M, foreman stair builder, Burnham, Standeford & Co, 

res 1016 Clay 
Blair Lizzie Miss, janitress Piedmont School, res Webster ave nr 

Mather 
Blair Samuel, captain C P R R, res 1315 Van Ness ave (S F) 
BLAIR WALTER, capitalist, res Centennial 
Blair William, Piedmont Nursery, res Webster nr the cemetery 
Blaisdell Samuel, photographer (S F), res 614 Fifth 
Blake Francis, paper mill S F), res 1865 Telegraph ave 
BLAKE HOUSE- Mrs M K Blake proprietress', 1059 Washington 

bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Blake House Stables, William Boardman propr, SE cor Twelfth 

and Clay 
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BLAKE M K MRS. proprietress Blake House, 1059 Washington 

Blakely Theron M, job printer Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 
718 Twelfth 

Blaker James, seaman, res 659 Jackson 

Blanchard Adrian F, commission merchant (S F), res Erie east of 
Telegraph ave 

Blanchard George, res Sunny Side House 

Blanchard James M, engineer C P R R, res 1715 Lincoln 

Blanchard Rose Miss (Mrs W R Mathes & Co), res 1118 Broadway 

Blanchette Charles, stableman San Pablo Avenue Railroad Sta- 
bles, res same » 

Blang Joseph, laborer C P R R 

Blank George A, confectioner, 460 Seventh, res 1153 Seventh 

Blasdel E W Capt, mining expert, res 1164 Alice 

Blasdel G P, clerk, res 1164 Alice 

Blasdel S W, mining (S F), res 621 Eighteenth 

Bledsoe Willis, farmer, res 952 Myrtle 

Blessing Charles V, cabinetmaker Oakland Planing Mills, res 213 
Sixth 

Blethen C A, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 661 Jefferson 

Blethen Chas E, res Overland House 

Blethen E O, salesman, resl032 Linden 

Blethen Frank, machinehand, res 1674 Thirteenth ave 

Blethen J E Mrs, res East Oakland Hotel 

Blethen J E, engineer, res 706 Webster 

Bleuel Benjamin, painter, res 1424 San Pablo ave 

Bleuel Cassier, with Thos Day (S F), res 1424 San Pablo ave 

Bleuel Maurice, agent, res 1424 San Pablo ave 

Bleu«4 N Mrs, res 1424 San Pablo ave 

Bleiiell M, collector with Walker & Co, res 1424 San Pablo ave 

Blinn Fred, res cor Nineteenth ave and East Twentv-Fifth 

Bliss Benjamin B, clerk C P R R, res 217 Third 

Biiss Eliza J, nurse, res 118 Ninth 

Bliss Leon D. teacher of English and natural sciences Hopkins 
Academ}'' 

Bliss Sidney, engineer C P R R, res 1009 Wood 

Block Israel, cigars (S F), res 261 Eighth 

Block Joseph, clerk with Leopold Mayer, res 776 Eleventh 

Blodgett Clara A Mr% saleslady with R Jones, res cor Forty- 
fourth and Telegraph ave 

Blogg Henry, shoemaker, res Capital Hotel, cor Eleventh and 
Franklin 

BLOOD WM F> secretary Oakland Home Insurance Co, res cor 
East Twenty-ninth and Fourteenth ave 

Bloom D, fireman C P R R, res 1879 Atlantic 

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Bloom George, groceries and liquors, 951 Franklin, res 953 
Franklin 

Bloom Geo W, gunsmith and locksmith, 410 Ninth, res 953 Frank- 
lin 

Bloom John, clerk with G Bloom, res 953 Franklin 

Blote Martin C, clerk Contra Costa Water Co, res 959 Jefferson 

Blote Wm E, collector Contra Costa Water Co, res 959 Jefferson 

Blow Robert, res 368 Fifth 

BLOW WALTER W» real estate agent, 454 Ninth, res 759 Harri- 
son 

Blumenthal P, salesman with A N Wachs, res Arlington House 

Blunt Hannah Mrs, nurse, res 779 Eighth 

B'nai B'rith Lodge, meets at California Medical College Hall on 
Sundays at 2 P M 

Boalt H J, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1003 Twelfth 

Board of Education of Alameda Co, S Ingham president, P M 
Fisher secretary, meets last Saturday of each month, office 
Court House 

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Henry Dusterberry chairman, Hi- 
ram Bailey, E R Jensen, Thomas Molloy, Malachi Fallon, J 
J Hanifin, James Keyes, Truman H Allen clerk, Court 
House, room 5 

Boardman Chas T, clerk Board of Supervisors and deputy county 
clerk, res Galindo Hotel 

Boardman Joseph, real estate, 725 Eighth 

Boardman Joseph, real estate, 725 Eighth 

Boardman L C, carriagemaker, res 2269 Telegraph ave 

Boardman L Edgar, deputy county clerk, res 462 Central ave 

Boardman Thomas, chemist, res 1687 Twelfth 

BOARDMAN WILLIAM F> civil engineer, 1004 Broadway, res 
1315 Grove 

Boardman William T, proprietor Blake House Stables, res 628 
Sixteenth 

Bobst George M, night clerk Galindo Hotel, res same 

Bobst Richard, porter Galindo Hotel, res same 

B0CCARD FRANK, chairmaker, 464 A, res same 

Bock Charles, wagonmaker, res 316 Sixth 

Bock Henry O, machinist, res 1367 Eighteenth 

Bocqueraz Peter, real estate, res 829 Clay 

Bodell John, teamster C P R R Yards, res 210 Second 

Boehm Marks, bookkeeper, res 569 Seventh 

Boehm Max, nurseryman, res 569 Seventh 

Boek Herman, beer bottler, SW cor Fourteenth and Broadway, 
res Sixteenth bet Telegraph ave and San Pablo ave 

Boek Josie, chambermaid Occidental House, res same 

Boenig Herman, res cor Eighth ave and East Twenty-fourth 

Boernei t Daniel, bakery, 709 Broadway, res same 




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Boescn Henry E, upholsterer, res 70* Broadway 

Bogart Sarah E, lodging-house, 400 Sixth 

Bogner August, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 

Bohan John, horseshoer with Robert Gilmore, res e s Telegraph 

ave bet Forty-third and Forty-fourth 
Boice Charles De S, insurance agent, res 1013 Seventh ave 
Boitaino Louis, bootblack, res Washington bet Third and Fourth 
Bolan Hannah, cook, 1815 Seventh 
Bolan Katie, domestic, 480 Merrimac 
Bolce Daniel, mailcarrier, res 1724 Eighth 
Bolce William H, clerk with J P O'Toole, res 12G9 Brush 
Bolce William J, capitalist, res 12G9 Brush 
Boles Patrick, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 758J Willow 
Boley Miss, res Clarendon House 
Boley H C Mrs, nurse, res Clarendon House 
Bolin Benoit, manufacturer trunks 415 Thirteenth, res w T s Perry 

near Prospect 
Bolser George W, sign painter with C B Rutherford, res 1772 

San Pablo ave 
Bollinger John C, real estate (S F), res 1156 Webster 
Bolton Ann, i*es rear 1003 Twenty-second 
Bolton George, machinist CPRR, res 916 Pine 
Bolton James W, painter, res rear 667 Seventh 
Bolza William, grainer and marbler, 515 Sixth, res same 
Bombardie Frederica Mrs, groceries and liquors, 800 Franklin, 

res same 
Bomgard Solomon, junk store, 416 Third, res same 
Bon Charles A, bookkeeper, res cor Telegraph ave and Thirty- 
seventh 
Bon J B, capitalist, res cor Telegraph ave and Thirty-seventh 
Bond Christopher C, carpenter with J M Halsted, res 866 Eight- 
eenth 
Bond S D Mrs, dressmaker, 1003^ Broadway, room 21 
BOND WILLIAM F, teamster, res 807 Alice 
Bones S W, conductor CPRR, res 556 East Twelfth 
Bonetti Antone, confectioner with William J F Laage, res 562 

Seventh 
Bonham John B, plumber, res 760 Sixth 
Bonham John N (Bonham Bros), res 1860 Market 
Bonham Perry, carpenter, res 1860 Market 
Bonham Perry P (Bonham Bros), res 432 Thirteenth 
BONHAM BROS (John N and Perry P Bonham), plumbers and 

gasfitters, 1018 Broadway 
Boniface Sara Miss, first assistant Irving Grammar School, res 

1622 Washington (S F) 
B0NJ0UR HENRY, liquor saloon, 1255 Telegraph ave, res same 
Bonnemort Chas M, miner, res 955 Jackson 



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Bonnet Sosthene, res 858 Castro 

Bonney O Page, bed springs and family medicines, 376 Tenth, 

res 323 Ninth 
Bonney Charles W (Charles W Bonney & Co) res Roberts House 
Bonney Chas W & Co (Chas W and Frank J Bonney), wood and 

coal, 462 Thirteenth 
Bonney Frank J (Chas W Bonney & Co), res Winters, Cal 
Bonney Helen I Mrs, res 615 Tenth 
Bonney M F Mrs, dress and cloakmaker, 323 Ninth 
Boody Fred F, practical cutter (S F), res 545 Thirty-fourth 
Boogar Philip, capitalist, res 870 Franklin 
Booker George E, clerk Spring Valley Water Co (S F), res 1354 

Brush 
Boole Fred W, weigher Newport Coal Co, res 913 Poplar 
Boole George, ship builder, res 913 Poplar 
Boole George Jr, salesman with Dunham, Carrigan & Co, res 

913 Poplar 
Boop Alice E Mrs, dressmaker, res 815 Henry 
Boop Georgico Miss, res 815 Henry 
Boop Mattie Miss, dressmaker, res 815 Henry 
Boor John, compositor Oakland Times Publishing Co, res 1212 

Seventh 
Booth Edward, journalist, res 1220 Harrison 
Booth William, res 1220 Harrison 
Borchers Mary Miss, res 682 Twenty-fourth 
Bordoni Elisee, peddler, res 653 Madison 
Boren A M Mrs, res 356 Tenth 

Borgeson Chas J, showcase manufacturer (S F), res 985 Willow 
Borland Annie Miss, res 1116 Washington 
Borland Archie, capitalist and mining, res 1925 Webster 
Borland David C, paperhanger with McGovern & Cahill, res 

582 Twenty-second 
Borland James, carpenter, res 966 Twenty-first 
Bormann Albert, butcher, res 1800 Grove 
Bort L A Mis, res 1440 Filbert 

Borthwall R, emplove street department, res 1314 Twelfth ave 
B0RTREE DAVID E, clerk police court, City Hall, res 572 Seven- 
teenth 
Boscacio Battesta, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Hoscacio Eugene, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Boscacio Joseph, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Boscacio Natate, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Bosolini G, laborer CPRR 
Boss M P, mining engineer, res 1114 Twelfth 
Bosser Andreas, carpenter, 1874 Atlantic 
Bostwick W J, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 713 

Tenth 



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Boswell Wm H, sawyer Oakland Planing Mills, res 324 Fourth 

Bothwell James, res Central Hotel 

Bottazini L A, pressman with D W Gelwicks, res San Francisco 

Bottini Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Bottjer Nina, domestic, res 618 Fifteenth 

Bottomley Isaac, saloon keeper, cor College ave and Hudson, 
Temescal 

Boudreau Adolph, harnessmaker, 820 Broadway, res 839 Frank- 
lin 

Boulger J A, painter CPRR Ship Yard, res 856 Chester 

Boullet Elmire Miss, res 259 Twelfth 

Bouman John, carpenter, res 1073 Fourteenth ave 

Bouquet Frank, I arber with J M Rose, res 919 Jefferson 

Bouquet Frederick W. blacksmith with T D Weymouth, res 418 
Twelfth 

Bourghe Geo R, blacksmith, res 552 Broadway 

Bourne R P Mrs, music teacher, res 616 Twelfth 

Bouis Thos R, banker, res 1009 Madison 

Boursier Edward, butcher, res 1520 Curtis 

Bow Margaret Miss, res 1929 Telegr*aph ave 

Bowels Thos, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 

Bowen Chas A, contractor and builder, res 663 Grove 

Bowen Chas E, importer, res 562 East Fifteenth 

Bowen James, laborer, res 1934 Poplar 

Bowen J Mrs, res rear 1015 Third 

Bowen John, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1934 Poplar 

Bowen Marshall W, carpenter, res 454 Twenty-sixth 

Bowen Mary, res 1934 Poplar 

Bowen P M (Bowen & Co), res 1855 Telegraph 

Bowen Thos W, miner, res 312 Fifth 

Bowen Walter R, salesman with Bowen & Co, res 1855 Tele- 
graph 

BOWEN & CO (P M Bowen and Henry Rogers, special), grocers, 
400 and 402 Twelfth 

Bowers Mary Mrs, ladies' nurse, Erie House, room 12, 1113 Broad- 
way 

Bowers Lizzie, waitress Winsor House 

Bowers S E Mrs, furnished rooms, res 510 Fifth 

Bowers Septimus J, bricklayer, res 804 Castro 

Bowie James, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Bowles Charles M, portrait painter, res 963 Seventh 

Bowles P E, real estate, res 957 Linden 

Bowman Chas H, agent CPRR, res 1422 Tenth 

BOWMAN HENRY> druggist, 951 Broadway, res 630 Ninth 

Bowman I H (D W Gelwicks & Co), res 864 Clay 

Bowman Isaac H (Butler, Bowman & Price), res 864 Clay 

Bowman Joseph, fireman, res 1821 Taylor 



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Bowman Win J, pharmacist with Henry Bowman, res 630, 

Ninth 
Bowman Win O, foreman pile driver CPRR, res 1821 Taylor 
Bown John, teamster, res cor East Twelfth and Twentieth ave 
Bowser Samuel, porter with John Terry, res Minna east of Tele- 
graph ave, Temescal 
Boyaver Armand, champagne works (S F),res 571 Fifth 
Boyce Eliza Mrs, res 818 Brush 
Boyce John B, teamster, res 818 Brush 
Boyce S B Mrs, res Market Street Block 
Boyce Shepard B, salesman, res Market Street Block 
Boyce Thos, house painter, res 818 Brush 
Boyce W D, furniture factory, 960 Franklin, res Thirty-first nr 

Telegraph ave 
Boyd C E, carpenter, res 1804 Seventh 
Boyd Edward, res 1464 Castro 
Boyd Emma H Miss, proof-reader Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

718 Twelfth 
Boyd Mary J, domestic, 1219 Harrison 
Boyd Marj' J, res 202 Haven 

Bovd Wm M, watchman U S Mint (S F), res 466 Plymouth ave 
Boyer Albert O, fireman CPRR, res 1712 William 
Boyer Chas C, letter carrier Oakland Post-office, res 966 Madison 
Boyer Frederick W, res Winsor House 
Boyer Hans P, machinist (S F), res 142 Hannah 
Boyer Henry, news agent, res 1055 Willow 
Boyer J W (Sacramento), res 966 Madison 
Boyer Norcisce, car driver, res San Pablo bet Thirty-sixth and 

Thirty-seventh 
Boyer Robert, bookkeeper, res 1055 Willow 
B >yer Thos moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal House, 

Emery Station 
Boyland Joseph, carpenter, res Central Block, 1068 Broadway 
Boyle James, laborer, res Blair's Ranch, Piedmont 
Boyle Joseph, s! oemaker with M Martin, res 570 Broadway 
Boyle Neil, laborer CPRR, res 720 Linden 
Boyle Owen, groceries and liquors, 1601 Market, res same 
Boyle P, gardener, res 263 East Sixteenth 
Boyle Timothy, 'longshoreman, res 1866 William 
Boynton Chas, clerk with Sanborn, Vailfc Co, res Newland House 
Boynton F R, miller, res 833 Willow 
Boynton Geo W (Boynton & Baker), res 803 Castro 
Boynton John R, physician and surgeon, 1003A Broadway, rooms 

9 and 10 
Boynton Samuel S, bartender, res 409 \ Twelfth 
Boynton & Baker (G W Boynton and J H Baker), carpenters, 

1726 Seventh 




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Boysen Andres, restaurant, 416 Seventh, res 415 Seventh 

Bo\ r sen A, sawyer with Mclntire, Abbey & Co, res 20 Eagle ave, 
Alameda 

Boysen Chas M, hatter (S F), res 1714 Seventh 

Boysen Ingeborg Mrs, static nery and notions, 1714 Seventh, res 
same 

Bozaline Joseph, laborer, res 885 Bay 

Brabazon Daisy Miss, dressmaker with Misses F & C Tucker, 
res 475 Twenty-fourth 

Brabban Dixon, banker (La Porte, Plumas Co, Cal), res 536 
Eighteenth 

Brackett Edward A, switchman CPRR, res 913 Cedar 

Brackett Leonard C, flour packer Golden Gate Mills (S F), res 
1106 Wood 

Brackett Orin J, artist, res 709 Twenty-seventh 

■Bradbury E Mrs, resNE cor Tenth and Linden 

Bradbury Lewis L, capitalist, res 959 Twelfth 

Bradbury N G Mrs, assistant Lafayette School, res Blake House 

Bradford Alonzo S, packer California Hosiery Co, res 1729 
Myrtle 

Bradford Chas M, carpenter, res 260 East Fifteenth 

Bradford Maria, housekeeper with Byron A Glines, res 718 
Eleventh 

Bradford Mary, domestic, 917 Kirkham 

Bradley Anna M, domestic, 470 Merrimac 

Bradley Annie, domestic, 1410 Franklin 

Bradley Anson S. photographer, res 518 Fifteenth 

Bradley Chas, helper with Colin Paul, res 486 Twenty-fifth 

Bradley Chas H, painter with J T Gardiner, res 486 Twenty- 
fifth 

Bradley Cornelius B, instructor English literature State Uni- 
versity, Berkelev, res 668 Eighteenth 

Bradley E W, physician, 657 East Twelfth, res 1417 Thirteenth 
ave 

Bradley James, gardener, res 486 Twenty-fifth 

Bradley J J, car cleaner CPRR Yard, res 1868 Atlantic 

Bradley John J, laborer, res 18G8 Altantic 

Bradley John T, mining, res 364 Fourteenth 

Bradley Lucy Miss, res 364 Fourteenth 

Bradley Mary Miss, res 364 Fourteenth 

Bradley Nicholas, plasterer, res 1415 Eleventh 

Bradley Wm, engineer, res 829 Cedar 

Bradshaw John, hostler with McCleverty & Noblett, res NW cor 
Eighth and Webster 

Bradshaw M, stableman Winthrop House, 409 Seventh 

Bradshaw Mary, domestic, res 1303 Sixth ave 

Bradshaw T P, real estate, res cor Humboldt and Alcatraz ave 



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Bradstatter Joseph Baker, res 229 Eighth 

Brad way H C, car repairer, res 1729 Henry 

BRADWAY J R. physician and surgeon, 1003|- Broadway, room 

23, res 702 Eleventh 
Brad way Royal, laborer, res 801 Henry 
Bradway T, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 725 Henry 
Brad way Timothy, laborer, res 801 Henry 
Brady Andrew, laborer CPRR 

Brady James, hostler, res SW cor Eighth and Webster 
Brady James, foreman Hose No 1, res 470 Sixth 
Brady J J, contractor, res 861 Henry 
Bradv John, painter, res 661 Linden 

Brady John P (W Stout & Co, S F), res 1419 East Fourteenth 
Brady Thomas, clerk, res 861 Henry 
Brady T J, plumber and gasfitter, 904 Washington 
Braham James E, cooper, 1622 Grove, res 1789 Grove 
Brain Henry, carpenter, res 142 Hollis 
Bralley Katie J Miss, res 1939 Market 
Bralley Patrick, barber shop, 1939 Market, res same 
Branch William, baker with Nick Williams, res 1933 Market 
Brand John G, barber, res 824 Isabella 
Brand Robert, superintendent Northwestern Car Manufacturing 

Co, res 1430 Adeline 
BRANDON JAMES B proprietor Opera House Saloon, NE cor 

Twelfth and Webster, res 607 Seventeenth 
Brandstatter Joseph, baker, res 229 Eighth 
Brandt Fritz H D (Brandt & Boysan), 416 Seventh, res n s 

Forty-second nr Grove 
Brandt Mrs, res 827 Franklin 
Brandt Rebecca Mrs, res 466 Sixth 
Brandt & Boysan (Fritz H D Brandt and Andreas Boysan), 

bakery and restaurant, 416 Seventh 
Braner E T, plumber e s Oak bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
Brannan Daniel, pioneer pottery, res 851 East Twelfth 
Brannan Daniel, car repairer CPRR, res 963 Fifth 
Brannan John, cor Webster and Mathew, Piedmont road 
Brannan Patrick, hostler, res 57<> Ninth 
Branson William, sailmaker, res 1007 Fifth 
Brant E E, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Brase J, laborer CPRR 
Brashears Clara V Miss, res 1215 Jefferson 
Brasher R W, rancher, res Third ave nr Summer, Temescal 
Brassill Charles, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Braun Charles (Welscher & Braun), res cor East Fourteenth and 

Eighteenth ave 
Braun C H F, bookkeeper with A Vignier (S F), res 1358 Seventh 
Braun Frank A, clerk with A Vignier (S F), res 1358 Seventh 



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Braun Henry, beer bottler, 406 Ninth, res Ninth bet Harrison 

and Alice 
Braun Louis E, bookkeeper with G W McNear, res 1358 Seventh 
Bray ton Albert P (Rankin, Brayton & Co) (S F), res 1167 Jack- 
son 
Brazill John, groceries, 1545 West, res same 
Brearty Daniel, blacksmith, res 382 East Eleventh 
Brearty F J, attorney-at-law, res 1775 Goss 
Brearty Frank J, attorney-at-law, 85 4 J Broadway, rooms 7 and 

8, res same 
Breck Samuel, merchant, res 1547 San Pablo ave 
Bredhoff Charles, bookkeeper with Liebe Bros & Plagemann 

(S F), res 1213 Eighth 
Bredhoff Henry, bookkeeper with Clott & Meese (S F), res 

1213 Eighth 
Bredhoff Julius, clerk with Meyer Bros (S F), res 1213 Eighth 
Breed Daniel, bookkeeper, res 1257 Clay 

Breed Helen E Mrs, assistant Lafayette School, res 1257 Clay 
Breen John, foreman Hose Co No 2, res San Pablo ave opp 

Twenty-ninth 
Breen John, cigarmaker, res 843 Twenty-ninth 
Breen Matthew, laborer, res 766 Fifth 
Breen Thomas, carpenter, res 1318 Kirkham 
Bregers Charles W, butcher, res 514 Fifth 
Brehm Alphonse, clerk, res 308 Seventh 
Brehm Barbara Mrs, res 308 Seventh 
Breidenbach E H, salesman (S F), res 1117 Willow 
Breidenbach K Mrs, res 1117 Willow 
BREILING JOHN, proprietor Western Market, 1473 Eighth, res 

same 
Breitenstein Charles, coachman, 1545 Webster 
Brengle George C, watchmaker with R W Edwards, res 1007 

Webster 
Brennan A Mrs, groceries, 719 Clay 

Brennan Daniel, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 963 Fifth 
Brennan Daniel, laborer, res 1014 Third 
Brennan Mary, res 1719 Chestnut 

Brenner Martin, waiter with M Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Brensel John N, mechanic, res 818 Twenty-seventh 
Brereton John M, groceries, cor Twenty-fourth and Linden, res 

2018 Telegraph ave 
Breslin Katie, cook with L Meyer, res 612 East Twenty-second 
Breton Joshua, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Etnerv Station 
Brett J R Mrs, res 217 Tenth 

Brett Mabel E Miss, assistant Lincoln School, res 217 Tenth 
Breuer Anton, fancy goods, etc, 1660 Seventh, res same 



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Breuer Hermann, grocer, res 2207 San Pablo ave, res same 

Brewer Francis A, dentist (S F), res 1060 Seventh ave 

Brewer John H, attorney-at-law, res 578 Thirteenth 

Brewer Lewis J, res 1060 Seventh ave 

Brewster Christina Mrs, lodgings, 672 Broadway 

Brewster G C, veterinary surgeon, 1178 Broadway, res w s 

Maple near Temescal Street, Ternescal 
Brewster John Mrs, res 1029 Telegraph ave 
Brewster Jessie Miss, res 559 Caledonia ave 
Brewster William, rigger, res Moss ave bet New Broadway and 

Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Brewster William C, res Moss ave bet New Broadway and Tele- 
graph ave, Temescal 
Brey H F, brakeman CPRR, res Star Hotel 
Brian George, iron moulder, res 2011 Chestnut 
Briant George, janitor Franklin School, res 1263 Twelfth ave 
Brickett M Mrs, res 222 Ninth 
BRIDGES M M> dealer in wood, coal and coke, NE cor Sixth 

and Washington, res Thirty-fifth nr Telegraph ave 
Bridgman C B, carpenter, SW cor Third and Filbert, res same 
Bridgman Wm C, machinehand Oakland Planing Mills, res 760 

Fifth 
Brier Columbus, school teacher Urban School (S F), res 522 

Twenty-second 
Briggs Chester J, contractor, res 1364 Sixteenth 
Briggs David M, carpenter, res 1773 Lincoln 
Briggs Jerry, fireman ferry boat, res 922| Pine 
Briggs Leroy H, millinery, 1107 Broadway, res 524 Thirteenth 
Briggs Richard S, builder, res 808 Grove 
Brigham C O, commission merchant (S F), 1019 Oak 
Brigham Frank E (Brigham, Hoppe & Co) (S F), res 1019 Oak 
Brinhard Robert, ship broker, res 1553 Eighth 
BRINK MARCELLUS. hatter, 967 Broadway, res 767 Fourteenth 
Brink P E, carpenter, .res 811 Washington 
Brinkenmeyer Antone, butcher, res 967 East Twelfth 
Brinkmann G F L, real estate and mining, SW cor Seventh and 

Washington, res Eureka Hotel 
Briones Gabriel J, barber, 834 Broadway, res 1416 Center 
Briones J G, barber, 1460 Seventh 

Briones Raymond, barber. 844 Broadway, res 841 Webster 
Brisset Arthur, collector (S F), res 1264 Webster 
BRITT0N JOHN A, secretary Oakland Gas Light Co, 483 Ninth, 

res 814 Grove 
Britton Patrick, artificial stone worker, res 870 Lydia 
Broad Charles A, mining, res 568 Seventeenth 
Broad William, insurance, res 613 Sixteenth 
Broadway L, stationery store, 211 Third 



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Broadway and Piedmont Railroad Car Stables, terminus Webster 

ave 
Broadway Passenger Depot CPRR, Seventh bet Broadway and 

Washington 
Broadway and Twenty-fifth Street Primary School, Miss Belle E 

Merwin principal, cor Broadway and Twenty-fifth 
Broadwell Melvin L, contractor, res 1016 Jefferson 
Brock George W, painter, res 1610 San Pablo 
Brock Jacob W, bartender, res 1632 Union 
Brock Joseph H, clerk, res 1458 Broadway 
Brock Joseph M, hardware (Oroville), res 1458 Broadway 
Brockhag Frank, searcher of records (SF), res 765 Eighteenth 
Brockhag John T, searcher of records' (S F), res 765 Eighteenth 
Brockman E, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Broderick John, clerk, res 813 Filbert 
Broderick John, laborer, res Union Lodging House cor Broadway 

and Second 
Broderick Kate, domestic, res 534 Twenty-fifth 
Broderick Patrick, laborer, i-es 813 Filbert 
Broderick Thomas F, carpenter and builder, 1511 Seventh, res 

same 
Brodie Charles A, brakeman CPRR, res 922 Chester 
Brodt Helen Mrs, artist, rooms 6 and 7, 363£ Twelfth 
Brogan Thomas, sectionman, res 1573 Third 
Brokamp Benjamin, tailor, 480 Eighth, res same 
Bromley John L, capitalist, 911 Broadway, res 371 Fifth 
Bromley Thomas L, artist, 911 Broadway, res 371 Fifth 
Bromwell LL, agent California Insurance Co, res 126 Ninth 
Bronaugh Charles A. salesman with Salinger Bros, res 1370 

Franklin 
Brondage James H, cook, res Minna, east of Telegraph ave 
Broneer Carl W, restaurant (S F), res 696 Twentv-fifth 
Bronson H H, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1255 Center 
Brooklyn and Fruit Vale Railroad Co, office 422 Central ave 
BROOKLYN BREWERY, Welscher & Braun proprietors, cor 

Fourteenth and Eighteenth ave 
Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, 619 and 621 East Fourteenth 
Brooklyn Lodge No 3, A O U W, meets in Odd Fellows Hall every 

Thursday, East Oakland 
Brooklyn Lodge No 32, K of P, meets in Schimmelpfennig's Hall, 

Monday evenings 
Brooklyn Lodge No 50, Chosen Friends, meets in Schimmelpfennig's 

Hall on Tuesday evenings 
BROOKLYN LUMBER YARD Thomas Wilkinson manager, foot 

of Fourteenth 
Brooklyn Masonic Lodge, meets in Odd Fellows Hall, East Oak- 
land, every second and fourth Tuesdays 



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Brooklyn M E Church, Rev J L Mann pastor, Seventh ave bet 

East Fourteenth and East Fifteenth 
Brooklyn Tannei-y, Crist & Co proprs, cor East Twelfth and 

Twenty-first ave 
Brooks Catherine Mrs, res 1630 Union 
Brooks Frank H, assistant bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res 

560 Thirty-fifth 
Brooks James, nurseryman, res 960 Clay 
Brooks James, waiter, res 607 Sixth 
Brooks Joseph, with C James King, res 561 Eighth 
Brooks Lafayette, with Hayes, Carrick & Co, res 1313 Twelfth 

ave 
Brooks Lincoln M, clerk, res 518 East Eleventh 
Brooks Patrick J, waiter with Crebbin & Walker, res 1630 

Union 
Brooks S, laborer C P R R 
Brooks Samuel, carpenter, res 1615 Seventh 
Brooks Thomas J, clerk, res 1630 Union 
BROOKS W E, dentist, 452 Eighth cor Broadway, res Wilson 

House 
Brooks William, carpenter OPRR Yards 

Brooks Wm, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 452 Eighth 
Brophy Patrick J, carpenter, res 210 B 
Broswell John, laborer C P R R 
Brouch Emma, domestic, res 1412 Twelfth ave 
Brougher F C, res 376 East Fifteenth 
Broughton Coleman, stone cutter, res 1669 Pacific 
Broughton Horace, master mariner, res Vernon Park, Tem- 

escal 
Brower Chas, with E P Taylor, res 1430 Tenth 
Brower D C Mrs, assistant Cole School, res 1430 Tenth 
Brower G W, printer, res 1323 Twelfth ave 
Brower R Clinton, res 1430 Tenth 
Brower Thomas J, miner, res 1014 Seventh ave 
Brown Abraham B, barber, 913 Seventh, res 269 Fifth 
Brown Albert, engineer, res 262 Fifth 
Brown Arthur, supt Bridge Building Department C P R^R, NE 

cor Atlantic and Cedar, res 1031 Filbert 
Brown Arthur D W, with G S Brown, res 565 Fifteenth 
Brown Brice, expressman, SW cor Ninth and Broadway, res 1923 

Union 
Brown Chas, machinist, res Central Hotel 
Brown Chas, laborer C P R R Yard, res 817 Chester 
Brown Clias C, barber, 871 Lydia •» 

Brown C K Mrs, res s s Birch bet Maple and Telegraph ave 
Brown Cornelia, res Merritt House 
Brown David J, engineer C P R R, res 1659 William 



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Brown Dudlev C (Brown & McKinnon), res 957 Grove 
BROWN EDWARD A- wood and coal, 410 and 412 Ninth, res 1663 

Webster 
Brown E C, Melters and Refiners Department United States Mint 

(S F) res 404 East Twenty-fifth 
Brown Edmund, rancher, res 1267 Brush 
Brown Eletta M Miss, res 1209 Clay 

Brown Eliza P Miss, teacher of music, public schools, res 962 Clav 
Brown Ellen M, res 416 Fifth 

Brown Elmer E, jeweler, res cor Twelfth and Castro 
Brown E M Mrs, res 1123 Eleventh 
Brown Ezekiel, real estate (S F), res 516 Seventeenth 
Brown F H, flagman CPRR, res 1506 Seventh 
Brown Florine Miss, res 1389 Jackson 
Brown Francis A, builder, res 1617 Thirteenth ave 
Brown Frank, engineer Philadelphia Dj r e Works, res Eureka 

Hotel 
Brown Frank, groceries, 1456 Seventh, res 1465 Fifth 
Brown Frank, laborer CPRR, res 1619 Sixteenth 
Brown Frank, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Brown G A (Stockton), res 1123 Eleventh 
Brown Geo, hardware, res 1165 Washington 
Brown George H, tinsmith, res 417 East Twelfth 
BROWN GEO S. hardware iron, steel, etc, 972 Broadway, res 

Wilson House 
Bro \n G 0,brakeman CPRR, res 600 Twelfth 
Brown Harvey, shorthand reporter CPRR, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown Harvey S, attorney-at-law CPRR, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown H C, brakeman CPRR, res 714 Linden 
Brown Henry, painter, res 914 Pine 
Brown Henry T, carpenter, res 731 Henry 

Brown Henry W, general merchandise (Nevada), res 672 Twen- 
ty-fourth 
Brown Hiram P (Brown & Backmann),res 619 Nineteenth 
Brown Horace, pressman with Carlos White (S F), res 1377 

Twelfth 
Brown James, contractor, res 677 West 
Bro vn James, laborer, res Forty-ninth bet Adeline and San Pablo 

ave, Temescal 
Biown James, overseer California Jute Mills, res 127 East 

Eleventh 
Brown James (James A Brown & Co), res 1265 Clay 
Brown James A (James A Brown & Co), res 1265 Clay 
Brown .James A&Co (James A and James Brown), livery and 

sale stable, 510 Thirteenth 
Brown James P, shorthand reporter CPRR, res 806 Thirteenth 
Brown J C, miller, res cor Fourth ave and East Twentieth 



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Brown J C Capt, res 950 Campbell 

Brown Jerry, student, res 2235 Elm 

Bi-ovvn J H Mrs, matron Woman's Christian Association, 1274 
Franklin 

Brown J L, with G W Grayson, res 1369 Jackson 

Brown John M, res 954 Broadway, room 5 

Brown John, farmer, res cor Mariposa and Shattuck aves, Temes- 
cal 

Brown John, laborer, res San Pc.blo av<- nr Twentieth 

Brown John, laborer C P BR, res 1710 Pacific 

Brown John, 'longshoreman, res 1060 Fourteenth ave 

Brown John, fisherman, res 1060 Fourteenth ave 

Brown John A, expressman, SW cor Eleventh and Broadway 

Brown John M, photographer Pacific Gallery, Market St Station, 
842 Market 

Brown John W, laborer, res 361 First 

Brown Joseph, res 670 East Eleventh 

Brown Joseph W, painter with John Lindsay, res 607 East Elev- 
enth 

Brown Kate T Miss, embroiderer, res 416 Fifth 

Brown Leonard D, real estate, res 1220 Castro 

Brown Lillian Miss, res 1389 Jackson 

Brown L Mrs, fruit dealer, res 1016 Fifth 

Brown L L, clerk with Greenhood Bros, res Winsor House 

Brown M, employe California Hosiery Co, res 818 Clay 

Brown M Mrs, res 2045 Market 

Brown Maria, res 709 Myrtle 

Brown Maurice, laborer, res 111 Hannah 

Brown May Miss, res Merritt House 

Biown Milford, seaman, res 1359 Peralra 

Brown Moses, bookkeeper with Sumner & Co (S F), res 1159 
Center 

Brown O D, policeman, res 1439 Filbert 

Brown P D, clerk U S Internal Revenue Office, res 1165 Jackson 

Brown Peter, driver Fourteenth Street Railroad Co, res car house 

Bruwn Ralph, livery stable, res 2235 Elm 

Brown R G, stock broker (S F), res 1389 Jackson 

Brown R P Mrs, res 520 East Eleventh 

Brown Samuel Rev, pastor Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, 
res 667 Nineteenth 

Brown Sco t, glove cutter, res 2056 Union 

Brown Sidney O, mining engineer, res 1778 Eighth 

Brown Susan Mrs, res 192^ Union 

Brown Major T, mining engineer, office 32 Merchants' Exchange 
S F .^es 1356 Franklin 

Biown Thomas, switchman, res 832 Seventh 

IJrowu Thomas H, lather, res 1221 Kirkham 




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Brown Walter B, fireman SPRR, res 308 Fifth 

Brown Win, painter, res 1417 Thirteenth 

Brown W M, physician and surgeon, office 974 Center, res same 

Brown Win H, vice-president Pacific Manufacturing Co (S F), res 

1265 Clay 
Brown W H, agent Pacific Manufacturing Co, 626 and 628 

Mission (S F), res 1265 Clay 
Brown Winsor L, clerk C PKR(SF), res 516 Seventeenth 
Brown Wm H, paper hanger with Chas S Taylor, res n s East 

Thirty-second nr Thirteenth ave 
Brown & Bachniann (Hiram P Brown and Geo Bachmann), at- 

tornevs-at-law and real estate agents, 911 Broadway, room 6 
BROWN & McKINNON (Dudley C Brown and John A McKin- 

non), merchant tailors, 1020 Broadway 
Browne F D, typesetter Vidette, res 1165 Jackson 
Browne Frank Phillip, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street 

House 
Browne India, res 1015 Sixth ave 

Browne J Mitchell, clerk with G L Mix, res 528 Eighteenth 
Browne Ross E, instructor University, res 528 Eighteenth 
Browne Spencer C, real estate agent (S F), res 1933 Filbert 
Browne Thomas M, Custom House officer (S F), res 528 Eight- 
eenth 
Brownell Abner, bartender with Petar & Dresco, res 1114 

Washington 
Brownell Don Carlos, salesman with Carolan, Cory & Co, res 667 

Fifteenth 
Brownell Ebner, bartender, res 1114 Washington 
Brownell H M, commercial traveler-, res 232 Twelfth 
Browning A Miss, res Clarendon House 
Browning J O, photographer, res 756 Seventh 
Bruce Henry, ship carpenter CPRR Yards, res 818 Wood 
Bruce John R, carpenter, res 1653 Seventh 
Bruce Samuel, agent, res 1462 Curtis 
Bruce W D, fireman CPRR, res 742 Peralta 
BRUECK WM A» homeopathic pharmacy, 956 Broadway, res 682 

Twenty-fourth 
Rrueggemann Christian R, clerk with H Peterson, res 1700 

Eighth 
Bruenn A, physician and surgeon, res 563 Tenth 
BRUENN ADOLPH. agent Sohmer Pianos, proprietor Bruenn's 

Music Store, 1120 Broadway cor Thirteenth, res 563 

Tenth 
Bruenn H H, artist, res 563 Tenth 
Bruguiere John G, bookkeeper with Bennison, Lieb,mann & Co, 

res 1264 Webster 
Bruguiere Louis G, bookkeeper (S F), res 1264 Webster 



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Bruguiere Louis G, teamster with Chas L Taylor, res e s 

Webster nr Fifteenth 
Brundage Julia Miss, res 313 Ninth 
Brunei O, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 Second 
Bruner Jacques, laborer, res First ave bet Telegraph and Second 

aves, Temescal 
Bruning Annie, res 826 Lewis 
Bruning Bros (John H and Henry F Bruning,) confectioners, 483 

Seventh 
Bruning Henry F (Bruning Bros), res 826 Lewis 
Bruning John H (Bruning Bros), res 832 Franklin 
Brunje John A (Helmke & Brunje), res 1551 New Broadway 
Brunjes Fred, grocer, 701 and 703 East Twelfth, res 768 East 

Fourteenth 
Brunker Frederick E, carpenter, res 1117 Thirteenth ave bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Bruno G, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 
Brunson Chas, warier, res 1005 Webster 
Brunson Harris W, watchman, res 811 Washington 
Brush R G, res Merritt House 
Brusie James, farmer, res 1266 Fourth ave 
Bruso Wm H, painter, res Union Hotel 
Bry Amelia, nurse maid, 1414 Harrison 
Bryan Archie C, carpenter, res 220 Hollis 
Bryan John, laborer C P R R Yards, res 1401 Twelfth 
Bryan Marshall N, res 680 Eighteenth 
Bryan O'Connor, foreman C P R R 
Bryant Daniel S, commission (S F), res 520 Sycamore 
Bryant Eron J, saloon, 801 Broadway, res 363 Fifth 
Bryant Geo, carpenter, res 1263 Twelfth ave 
Bryant Henry, washer with P Pumyea, res 1736 Linden 
Bryant Herman B, student, res 520 Sycamore 
Bryant Walter E, taxidermist and dealer in birds, res 520 Syca- 
more 
Bryant W H, engineer C P R R, res 218 Edda 
Brydges H W, conductor C P R R, res East Oakland Hotel 
Brymer George, employe C P R R, res 1819 Tajdor 
Buchanan A, yardman C P R R, res 711 Center 
Buchanan Alexander, brakeman C P R R, res 711 Center 
Buchanan James, driver, res 1929 Telegraph ave 
Buchanan P G Rev, pastor Methodist Church, res 1522 Broadway 
Bucher Wm, brickmason, res 766 Twenty-second 
Buchhulz Henry, plumber (S F), res 1659 Twelfth 
Biichse Ernest, clerk with John Tillman, res 665 Twentieth 
Buck C P H, commercial traveler, res 539 Thirty-sixth 
BUCK EPHRIAM W> physician, surgeon and health officer, 

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BUCK N L. M D. physician and surgeon, office 706 Thirteenth, 

res same 
Buckel Annette C, physician and surgeon, office 952 Four- 
teenth, res same 
Buckhout Adna H, hot air grates, res 606 Sixteenth 
Buckhout Emily L Miss, attorney-at-law, res 606 Sixteenth 
Buckland Wallace O, physician, office La Clede House, 1116 

Broadway, res same 
Buckley A D, employe C P R R, res 821 Filbert 
Buckley Cornelius, 'longshoreman, res 702 Brush 
Buckley Daniel, laborer C P R R 
Buckley Frank E, student, res 1459 Telegraph 
Buckley Geo D, lawyer (S F), res 959 Pine 
Buckley H F, farmer, res 1168 Eighth ave 
Buckley J Miss, res cor Broadway and Clifton 
Buckley James, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Buckley John L, cigar manufacturer (S F), res cor Claremontand 

College aves, Temescal 
Buckley John P, clerk post-office (S F), res 1459 Telegraph 
Buckley Joseph L, painter, res Union Hotel 
Buckley K Miss, operator C P R R, res 1057 Twelfth ave 
Bucklow A Mrs, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 
Bucknell Martha E Mrs, physician, res 616 Eighth 
Budde Theodore, second mate creek boat, res 717 Fourth 
Buddget E B, res Winsor House 
Buddington Ellen Mrs, res 963 Chester 
Budovich N, car repairer C P R R Yards, res Railroad Exchange, 

Seventh 
Buel Emma Miss, bookkeeper Truckee Lumber Co (S F), res 363 

East Twelfth 
Buel F Mrs, res 363 East Twelfth 
Buel Rosa Miss, res 363 East Twelfth 
Buffett Chas C, manufacturer carriages, etc, 509 Eighth, res 519 

Eighth 
Buffington J M, mining speculator, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Bugby Sumner W, general agent (S F), res 146 Lake 
Bugeia R S, employe Frank Bros (S F), res 617 Sixth 
Bugg Henry, carpenter, res 1668 Fourteenth 
Buhsen Diedrich, capitalist, res 1802 William 
Buhsen Nicholas D (Buhsen & Meyer), res 1802 William 
Buhsen & Meyer (N D Buhsen and Hermann Meyer), groceries, 

1801 Seventh 
Bull Mary D Miss, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 1259 

Webster 
Bulhas Manuel Leite, barber, cor Hollis and B 
Bulkley Kate A Mrs, teacher home school, res 1060 Poplar 
Bullerdieck Albert, res 866 Peralta 



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Bullet Louise Mrs, res 259 Twelfth 

Bullock Ella L Miss, res 1378 Franklin 

Bullock Harry C, tinner with J C Bullock, res 1706 Seventh 

Bullock H E, fruit raiser, res 1378 Franklin 

Bullock John C, stoves and tinware, 1706 Seventh, res same 

Bundy E D Mrs, dressmaker, res La Clede House, 1116 Broadway 

Bunke Alex, hostler, res 570 Ninth 

Bunker G H Mrs, restaurant, 1506 Seventh 

Bunker George H, restaurant, 1506 Seventh 

Bunker Isaiah, saloon, 1805 Seventh, res same 

Bunnell E F, dentist (S F), res 1955 Telegraph ave 

Bunnell George, professor Greek. State University, res 1955 

Telegraph ave 
Burbank C Mrs, res 576 Eighth 

Burbank L, boots and shoes, NW cor 12th and Broadway 
Burbank Samuel F, foreman with Whittier, Fuller & Co (S F), 1 

res 827 Market 
Burbank William F, shorthand reporter for Fireman's Fund 

Insurance Co, res 827 Market (S F) 
Burbeck George, teller First National Bank of Oakland, res 572 

Sixteenth 
Burch Margaret Mrs, res 1537 West 
Burchard L S, physician and surgeon, office Oakland Bank 

Building, res same 
Burckhalter Charles, insurance surveyor, res 962 Chester (S F) 
Burckhalter H T, salesman with Phelan & Fish, res 1404 Tenth 
Burdick Allen, student, res 578 Seventeenth 
BURDICK JOHN F, physician, office 1003£ Broadway, rooms 9 and 

10, res 578 Seventeenth 
Burdick Joseph O, shipping clerk with Burnham, Standeford & 

Co, res 573 Third 
Burdick Mary E Miss, teacher music, res n s Cleveland ave east 

of Telegraph ave 
Burdick Sarah C Mrs, res 578 Seventeenth 
Burge F J, real estate agent, res Kohler & Chase House, 953^ 

Washington 
Burgelin Louis, butcher, 1104 Market, res 1313 Fourteenth 
Burges D R, carpenter CPRR Yards 
Burgess Alfred L, brakeman CPRR, res 1937 Magnolia 
Burgess Charles F, photograph gallery, 911 Broadway 
Burgess David R, carpenter, res 1937 Magnolia 
Burgess Omar H, res 1937 Magnolia 
Burgess Thomas H, carpenter, res 816 Cedar 
Burget Oliver, blacksmith, res Capital House, 552 Broadway 
Burget Frank, lumberman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Burgin Eugenie M Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res 

407 Van Ness ave (S F) 





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Burke Agnes Miss (Burke & Cunningham)., res Weldon House 

Burke Bessie Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 

Burke Etta, domestic, 977 Sixth ave 

Burke Henry, boatman, res foot of Alice nr water front 

Burke John, laborer, res n s Twenty-second bet Myrtle and 

Filbert 
Burke John K, gardener, res 479 Twenty-fifth 
Burke J T, C P R R employe, res Seventh Street House 
Burke Katie Miss, res 1612 Telegraph ave 
Burke Kitty, laundress, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Burke M, laborer CPRR 

Burke Patrick F, laborer, res 1612 Telegraph ave 
Burke Thomas, laborer, res 1832 Grove 

Burke Thomas P, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 1832 Grove 
Burke William, laborer, res 822 Magnolia 
Burke William Jr, painter, res 1726 Filbert 
Burke William T, teamster, res 1612 Telegraph 
BURKE & CUNNINGHAM (Miss Agnes Burke and Mrs J A 

Cunningham), milliner}*- and fancy goods, 1169 and 1171 

Broadway 
Burkhart Frederick, yardman CPRR, res 1603 Third 
Burleson C M (Walker, Burleson & Co), res 616 Seventeenth 
Burmester Henrv W, salesman with Tillmann & Bendel, res 531 

Ninth 
Burmeister John H, laborer CPRR, res 1311 Center 
Burner Augusta E Miss, res 1361 Market 
Burner Harry V, clerk steamer George W Elder, res 1361 

Market 
Burner John D Mrs, res 1361 Market 
Burnett Andrew J, miner, res 679 Fifth 
Burnett Mary A Mrs, res 944 Thirty-sixth 
Burnham C, telegraph operator CPRR, res 720 Fourth 
Burnham C F (Burnham & Wiswell), res NW cor Broadway and 

Twenty-fourth 
Burnham L C, collector for Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 

1017 Madison 
Burnham O H (Burnham, Standeford & Co), res 1017 Madison 
Burnham S A, clerk with Burnham & Wiswell, res 480 Edwards 
Burnham Sanford A, carpenter, res 480 Edwards 
BURNHAM, STANDEFORD & CO (O H Burnham, D W Stande- 
ford and L G Coles), Oakland Planing Mill, cor Second 

and Washington 
Burnham & Wiswell (C F Burnham and J A Wiswell), paints, 

oils, window glass and paper hangings, 960 Broadway 
Burns Charles E, clerk with T R Barns, res 75 Valley 
Burns C F, conductor CPRR, res West Berkeley 
Burns Daniel, salesman (S F), res 1624 Eighth 



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Burns Delitha, res 216 Fifth 

Burns Eliza, domestic, 1300 Harrison 

Burns George A, brakeman CPRR, res S F 

Burns George W, agent B V D Yeast Co, 466 Ninth, res Blake 
House 

Burns Harry, res Blake House 

Burns Hilary R, porter CPRR, res 220 Fifth 

Burns James, car cleaner CPRR Yard, res Fourteenth bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth aves 

Burns James, laborer, res rear 822 East Fourteenth 

Burns John, blacksmith, res New York Hotel 

Burns John, laborer, res 1728 Lewis 

Burns Martin, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 
House, Emery Station 

Burns Michael, laborer, res 421 B 

Burns Thomas, laborer, res 120 Helen 

Burns Thomas P (Burns & Walsh), Overland House, cor First 
and Broadway 

Burns Thomas R, stationery stand, NW cor Ninth and Broad- 
way, res 75 Valley 

Burns William, compositor, Seventeenth 

Burns William H, res 2027 West 

BURNS & WALSH (Thomas Burns and Thomas P Walsh), pro- 
prietors Overland House, cor First and Broadway 

Burpee Joseph S, contractor and builder, res 1412 Castro 

Burpee Lester G, res 1005 Market 

Burr Geo W, grainer, res 1114 Linden t 

Burr Capt H P, res 1125 Willow 

Burrage John, painter, 841 Clay 

Burraig E Mrs, laundress, res 655 Myrtle 

Burrall Will H, notary public, real estate and loan agent, 1016 
Broadway, res 614 Sixteenth 

Burrell Albert W (Burrell & Frantz), res 318 Third 

Burrell Alfred W (California Bridge Co), and member Board of 
Education, Second Ward, res 2214 Telegraph ave 

BURRELL & FRANTZ (Albert W Burrell and Jay M Frantz), 
real estate, 476 Eighth 

Burrell Charles A, brakeman CPRR, res 1322 Mission (S F) 

Burritt Alice Mrs, homeopathic physician, office Central Block, 
1068 Broadway, res same 

Burroughs Stephen, printer, res 1460 Seventh 

Burrows M Miss, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res S F 

Burson Adelia A, res 846 Seventeenth 

Burson James, plasterer with W P Wetmore, res 565 Eleventh 

Burt Fred L, carriagemaker, res 1719 Eighth 

Burt F L, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 1719 Eighth 

Burt James, merchant, res 1719 Eighth 



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Burt N, fireman CPRR, res 1719 Eighth 

Burt Newton B, telegraph operator, res 1719 Eighth 

BURTCHAELL GEO T (Burtchaell & Crowley), res 1401 

Franklin 
BURTCHAELL & CROWLEY (George T Burtchaell and Dan 

(Jrowlev), plumbers and gasfitters, 1208 Broadway- 
Burton Edward F, supt U S Mint (S F), res 1125 Third ave 
Burton Harriet, res 1511 Brush 

Burton Henry, capitalist, 407 Seventh, res Winthrop House 
Burton R C, brakeman CPRR. res Prescott House 
Burton Walker, machinist, res 855 Harrison 
Busby Frederick H, glove manufacturer (S F), res 1444 Adeline 
Busey John F, groceries, 1309 Telegraph ave, res 545 Twenty- 
second 
Bush Benj F, agent Pacific Coast Agency for standard inventions, 

954 Broadway, res 417 Durant 
BUSH EDWARD T, proprietor California Market, 1219 Broad- 
way, res 549 Twenty-second 
Bush Edwin D, merchandise broker (S F), res 122 Ninth 
Bush Eliza A Mrs, dressmaker, res 823 Twenty-eighth 
Bush Emma Miss, res 1415 Eleventh ave 
Bush G Frederick, clerk with Justinian Caire (S F), res 814 

Myrtle 
Bush Henry, laborer N P R R, res 671 Webster 
Bush H N, teacher High School, res Blake House 
Bush Josephine Y Mrs, res 814 Myrtle 

Bush Lewis, machinist, res San Pablo ave nr Fortieth, Temescal 
Bush Louis, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Busheil Edwin A, sign painter and artistic decorator, 468 Twelfth, 

res 462 Twelfth 
Busheil House, 462 Twelfth 

Busse Christian C (Fleck & Busse), res 1013 Webster 
Buswell A T, clerk with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res Winsor 

House 
BUSWELL ELBRIDGE G. paints, oils, glass, wall paper, etc, 

864 Broadway, res 1412 Sixth ave 
Buteau F H (Mount & Buteau), res 627 Eighteenth 
Butenuth Frederick Wm, farmer, res 1806 Seventh 
Butler Alice Miss, hairdresser, res 52 Valley 
Butler C, res 1672 Pacific 
Butler C C, res 600 Seventeenth 

Butler Chas H (Smith & Butler), res 1562 Telegraph ave 
Butler Chas M, brakeman CPRR, res 1570 Third 
Butler C Summer, traveling salesman, res 52 Valle}' 
Butler Fred, driver with Herman Drucker, res 1071 Fourteenth 



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Butler Frank, carpenter, res 811 Washington 

Butler Felix W, carpenter, res 806 Jefferson 

Butler Hannah, res 920 Kirkham 

Butler James, res 409 Ninth 

Butler James H, sawyer, res 776 Eighteenth 

Butler John, porter C P R R, res 52 Valley 

Butler John H, porter S P C R R, res 1643 Market 

Butler Maud Miss, agent C P R R (Brooklyn), res 626 East 

Fourteenth 
Butler M D, mining expert, res 626 East Fourteenth 
Butler Mrs, res 667 East Twelfth 
Butler Patrick, laborer, res 920 Kirkham 
Butler Robert E, with Robt H Tapp, res 1168 Twenty-second 
Butler Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res 52 Valley 
Butler Thos, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Butler Wm, porter Railroad, res 52 Valley 
Butt Peter, groceries and provisions, 2216 San Pablo, res same 
ButtelmanWm, liquor saloon, 612 Franklin, res same 
Butterfield C A, switchman C P R R, res Eureka Hotel, SW cor 

Seventh and Washington 
Butters Frank A, carpenter, res 1360 Bush 
Butters Sadie Miss, dressmaker, res 918 Thirty-fourth 
Button Chas G, bartender Athenium Club Rooms, res 1213 

Jefferson 
BUTTON FRED L. attorney-at-law and notary public, 969 

Broadway, Delger Block, res 670 Second 
Button Orando, capitalist, res 670 Second 
Byer William, saloon keeper (S F), res 1218 Fourteenth 
Byers Elijah, with John McFarling, res 706 Twelfth 
Byington Fred F, pressman Pacific Press Publishing o, res 718 

Twelfth 
By in Philip B, res 558 Sixth 

Byrne John J, pile driver C P R R, res 826 Kirkham 
Byrnes J B, helper C P R R Yard, res 728 Lewis 
Byrnes John, laborer C P R R Yards 
Byrod S B Mrs, assistant teacher Franklin School, res 418 

Twelfth 
Byron Minnie Miss, res 698 Thirty-fifth 
Bystedt John, carpenter, res 1407 Eleventh 
Byxbee Albert, tallyman (J P R R Yards, res West Berkeley 




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Cable Thos, laundryinan, res Contra Costa Laundry 

Caddigan Wm, laborer, res 1414 Eighth ave 

Cade Wm H, bartender with Ed H Campbell, res 510 Seventh 

Cadieux Isaac L, saloon, 832 Broadway, res 523 Eighth 

Cadogan James J, bookkeeper, res 729 Eighth 

Cadogan John, clerk, res 729 Eighth 

Cadogan Lawrence, correspondent, res 729 Eighth 

Cadogan Patrick, clerk, res 729 Eighth 

Cadogan P J Mrs, res 690 Sycamore 

Cadosa Joseph, laborer, res 1706 William 

Cadwell Anna Mrs, res 610 East Sixteenth 

Cady Daniel, laborer, res 1313 Campbell 

CADY MARY E MRS> employment office, 525 Eighth, res same 

Cady Wm J, butcher, res 525 Eighth 

Cafferty Daniel, bookkeeper with M McCarthy, res 1864 Seventh 

Cahalan Harry, salesman with Gustave Abrahamson, res San 

Francisco 
Cahen August, general agent, res 1627 Nineteenth ave, cor 

Twenty-third 
Cahill Edward, waiter, res 769 Twenty-second 
Cahill Edward F, reporter Tribune, res 1371 Tenth 
Cahill Elizabeth, res 812 Harrison 
Cahill Emmett E, house painter, res 862 Twentieth 
Cahill James (McGovern & Cahill), res 1613 Myrtle 
Cahill John, house painter, res 862 Twentieth 
Cahill John, plumber with Konham Bros, res 1768 West 
Cahill Maggie Mrs, dress and fancy goods, 1213 Broadway, res 

same 
Cahill Patrick, laborer C P R R, res 961 Third 
Cahill Peter, gardener, res cor Broadway and Western ave 
Cahill Wm, laborer, res 127 Hannah 
CahiJl Wm, paper hanger, res 1213 Broadway 
Cahill Wm J, clerk with McGovern & Cahiil, res 1613 Myrtle 
Calm M A (Whitney & Co's Express), res 762 Ninth 
Caig David, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mill, res 919 

Twenty -fourth 
Cain P. boi lei maker, res Winthrop House 
Caine Edward P, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 1359 

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Caine Geo L, clerk Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 1359 Brush 

Caine James E, carpenter with M S Jordan, res 1359 Brush 

Caire Arthur, res NE cor Eighth and Harrison 

Caire Justinian, hardware (S F), res NE cor Eighth and Harri- 
son 

Calavorta Sylvester Mrs, laundress, res 886 Cedar 

Calberg Gustavus F, coffee and oyster saloon, Brooklyn Station, 
cor Thirteenth ave and Eleventh, res same 

Calderwood David, fireman C P R R, res 1811 Short 

Calderwood Margaret Mrs, res 1811 Short 

Caldwell Chas B, glove manufacturer, 770 Seventh, res same 

Caldwell Frank C, assistant general delivery clerk post-office, res 
1005 Franklin 

Caldwell H J Mrs, dressmaker, 921 Broadway, res 839 Webster 

Caldwell John C, carpenter, res 822 Seventeenth 

Caldwell Lafayette, teamster with Samuel Merritt, res 839 
Webster 

Caldwell Louis E, bookkeeper with J Cushing & Co, res 1005 
Franklin 

Caldwell Maggie Miss, res 704 Twenty-sixth 

California Electric Liquor Co, Cohen & Shannon agents, 472 
Ninth 

CALIFORNIA EXCHANGE SALOON, John J Castenbader pro- 
prietor, 461 Tenth 

California Fire and Waterproof Paint Co, S Lowden superintend- 
ent, 555 Broadway 

California Hosiery Company, John Lee president, John Williams 
secretary, NE cor First and Jefferson 

California Insurance Co, V W Gaskill agent, 466 Ninth 

California Iron and Steel Co, Emerv Station, office 329 Market 

California Jute Mill Co, John Robertson superintendent, Third 

ave bet Tenth and Eleventh 
California Lodge No 2, Herman's Sons, Germania Hall, every 

Thursday 
CALIFORNIA MARKET, E T Bush propr, 1219 Broadway 
California Medical College, D Maclean M D Dean, w s Clay bet 

Tenth and Eleventh 
California Military Academy, Col W H OBrien principal, cor 

Telegraph and Prospect aves 

CALIFORNIA POTTERY AND TERRA COTTA COMPANY, 

Miller & Winsor proprietors, 1172 Broadway 
Calisher Harry C, clerk, res 513 Twentieth 
CALISHER MORRIS, books and stationery and optical goods, 

1119 Broadway, res 513 Twentieth 
CALL MILLARD A (Agardfc Co), res 1207 Franklin 
Callaghan Daniel, laborer, res 704 Franklin 



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Callaghan Henry, res 720 Castro 

Callaghan J, laborer C P R R 

Callaghan Jeremiah, real estate and notary public, 506 Seventh, 

res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan Joseph, manager with L JafFe & Co, res 317 Sixth 
Callaghan Joseph L, bookkeeper with L Jaffe & Co, res 317 Sixth 
Callahan Delia, domestic, 1253 Grove 

Callahan John, bricklayer, res cor Twenty-third and West 
Callahan John, laborer Franklin Street Wharf, res 1612 Magnolia 
Callahan Martin, laborer C P R R, res 1612 Magnolia 
Callahan Michael, groceries, 616 East Twelfth 
Callback Lizzie Miss, res 1841 Webster 
Calnan Jane Mrs, res 1403 Thirteenth 
Calou Peter C (Calou & Schevanton), res 1916 San Pablo 
Calou & Schevanton (Peter Calou and Frank Schevanton), laundry, 

1920 San Pablo 
Calson Charles, watchman steamer Capital, res 602 Franklin 
Calugarar Louis (Martins & Co), res 831 Franklin 
Calvert Charles C, bartender with J J Fleming, res 769 East 

Fourteenth 
Calvert George, clerk with Fred Brunjes, res 791 East Fourteenth 
Camden Charles, mining (S F), res 814 Tenth 
Cameron A D, letter carrier post-office, res 661 East Twelfth 
Cameron Duncan, res 661 East Twelfth 
Cameron Elizabeth, res 949 Filbert 
Cameron Georgie, domestic, 1221 Harrison 
Cameron James, mechanic, res 869 Henry 
Cameron Mary Mrs, stationery and fancy goods, 611 East Twelfth, 

res same 
Cameron Peter A (Cameron & McDonald), contractor and 

builder, res 722 Eighteenth 
Cameron Robert Mrs, res 671 Twentieth 
Camilloni Giussepe (Camilloni & Co), res S F 
Camilloni & Co (G Camilloni, Angelo Selna, and Louis Lagoria), 

fish dealers, 9 and 11 City Market and 830 Broadway 
Camp Louis, furnishing goods, 863 Broadway, res 515 Tenth 
Campana David, tinner, res cor Sixth and Silver 
Campara Domenic, tinner, res 804 Cedar 
Campana Dominque, tinner, res 1823 William 
Campani Peter, teamster, res rear 662 Myrtle 
Campbell Alexander Sr, attorney-at-law (S F), res Orchard bet 

Telegraph and Summit ave 
CAMPBELL ALEXANDER, restaurant and oysters, 19-23 City 

Market, res 1677 Valdez 
Campbell Alice, res 517 Fourth 
Campbell Andrew, ranch foreman with J Lusk Canning Co, res 

Claremont ave bet Summer and Clifton 



S. F. LAUNDRY. 



Wuxhiiig WELL IM»\'Kut VKIfV LOW «::(«•*. 

Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 Broad *ay, O ,1 nd. 



ALLEN, TUGGLE & CO., OAK PLANK, 



OAKLAND. 



1H and 20 Spear St., 
San Kr:i!iriNi>(i, 



155 



Campbell Colin (Campbell & Sanderson), res Orchard ave bet 
Telegraph ave and Summit 

Campbell Daniel, res 662 Sixth 

Campbell Donald Yorke, attorney-at-law, res Orchard bet Tele- 
graph ave and Summit 

Campbell Edward, carriage smith with H F Hampel, res 467 
Twenty-sixth 

Campbell Edward, laborer, res 471 Twenty-sixth 

Campbell Edward M, second lieutenant Fifth Infantry 

Campbell Edward M, solicitor Vidette, res 1577 Broadway 

CAMPBELL EDWIN H, Galindo Billiard Parlors, 411 "Eighth, 
res 510 Seventh 

Campbell E H Mrs, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 1254 
San Pablo ave 

Campbell E L, lawyer, res 1112 Second ave 

Campbell Fred A, copyist for county recorder, res 1573 Broadway 

Campbell Fred M, res 830 Fourteenth 

Campbell Geo W, telegraph operator, res 1756 Seventh 

Campbell J C, farmer, res 1120 Twelfth 

Campbell James, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co, res 663 Wash- 
ington 

Campbell Jessie Miss, res Orchard ave bet Telegraph ave and 
Summit 

Campbell John, dish washer, res Union Hotel 

Campbell John, teamster, res 467 Twenty-sixth 

Campbell John, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co, res 467 Twenty- 
sixth 

Campbell Jonathan, fireman with J Lusk Canning Co, 
Claremont ave bet Sumner and Clifton 

Campbell Joseph T, res 1128 Myrtle 

Campbell Kate A Mrs, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 
830 Fourteenth 

Campbell Lydia H Miss, assistant Lincoln School, res 1254 San 
Pablo ave 

Campbell Martin, res 1773 Goss 

Campbell Martin B, clerk, res 1773 Goss 

Campbell Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 369 Fifth 

Campbell Moses, railro id man, res 1773 Goss 

Campbell Norman E, carpenter, res 732 Linden 

Campbell Roger, laborer, res 841 Thirtieth 

Campbell Sophia Miss, res 718 Henry 

Campbell Thomas, appraiser's store (S F), res 1773 Goss 

Campbell Thomas, fruit stand, 875 Broadway, res 836 Broad- 
way 

Campbell William, artist, res 952 Thirty-fifth 

Campbell & Sanderson (Colin Campbell and A A Sanderson), 
attorneys-at-law, 961 Broadway 




res 



Schafer & Co.: Fine Custom Chthing to Order, 



No. n Montgomery St. 
San Francisco. 



Washington Brewery, 7!™F^?&£Sx\[SSm 



156 



OAKLAND. 



Cainpi Natale, cellar man with Petar & Dreseo, res 1072 Broad- 
way 

Campos Mercedes Miss, milliner, 1152 Broadwa}', res 1520 Tele- 
graph ave 

Camps J Miss, dressmaker, res 408 Thirteenth 

Camron Block, w s Fourteenth bet Broadway and Washington 

Camron William W, capitalist, res 534 Twenty-eighth 

Canapha Jacob, laborer, res 982 Wood 

Canavan E A, res 973 Washington 

Canefield Mrs C, res 1121 Third 

Canepa Agostino, laborer, res 1509 Seventh 

Canfiekl H C, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mill, res 1433 
Filbert 

Canfield John, re^ 1068 Thirty-second 

Cannan John, fireman steamer Oakland, res 661 Seventh 

Canning George, laborer, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 

Canning James, capitalist, res Erie House, 1113 Broadway 

Canning Mary Mrs, propr Erie House, 1113 Broadway 

Cannon Edward M, sewing machine agent, res 1919 Filbert 

Cannon Elizabeth Miss, res 812 Market 

Cannon Jennie, domestic, 836 Broadway 

Cannon J T, brakeman CPRR, res Central Hotel 

Cannon Thomas, plumber' and gasfitter, 460 Twelfth, re3 812 
Market 

Cantin Annie H, res 919 Adeline 

Cantin Augustus S, agent Stege Station CPRR. res 919 Ade- 
line 

Cantin Eugene J, law department with A L Bancroft & Co (S F), 
res 919 Adeline 

Canty Katie Miss, with M S Smith & Co, res 806 Jackson 

Canty W T illiam S, tailor, res 623 Henry 

Canty Win S, watchman CPRR Yards, res 623 Henry 

CAPE ANN BAKERY- Alonzo Wheeler proprietor, NE cor Clay 
and Eleventh 

Captain of Police, Citv Hall, Peter Pumyea 

Capel H P, bookkeeper with E T Allen & Co (S F), res 1171 
Eighth ave 

Capel James R (Benedict, Capel & Co), res 1171 Eighth ave 

Capetanich Charles, waiter, res 1516 Seventh 

•Capital House, George T Lafleche propr, 552 Broadway 

Capitol Hotel, Ruedy Bros proprs, 1021 Franklin 

Caplice Catherine, res 1502 Broadway 

Caplice Richai'd, laborer, res 1520 Twentieth 

Caraher Michael, shoemaker, res 1570 Chestnut 

Carberry Eugene, hi borer CPRR Yards, res S F 



Sr I AIIMnDV Hashins «i:i,l/ IM»\!.;il VllltV M>H l{:i|r«i. 

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Descriptions 

157 



Carbury Thomas, oilman CPRR, res 811 Willow- 
Card A E Mrs, res Bay east of Broadway 
Card Clark B, expressman with Kohler & Chase (S F), res 1215 

Adeline 
Card Nellie F Miss, operator California Hosiery Co, res Bay East 

of Broadway 
Carden Wm, carpenter CPRR, res 1161 Third 
Cardinet Adolph, wine dealer, res 1110 Thirty-fourth 
Cardose Joseph, laborer, res 958 New 
Cordoza Antonio Nunes, res rear 908 East Fourteenth 
Cardoza Joseph, laborer CPRR 

Care Martin T, tailor with Jacob Letter, res 270 Seventh 
Care Thomas, tailor with Jacob Letter, res 270 Seventh 
Carethers Wm, laborer, res 836 Broadway 
Carey Edward, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Carey Frank G, paperhanger with McGovern & Cahill, res 1360 

Thirteenth ave 
Carey James C, bartender with Henry Bartels, res NE cor Thir- 
teenth and Broadway 
Carey Silas D, real estate, res 316 Tenth 
Carl Charles F Mrs, res 1320 Eighth 
Carl Charles F, paper bag dealer and agent Western Paper Co, 

1358 Telegraph ave, res 1320 Eighth 
Carlen Harry, clerk, res 780 Eighteenth 
Carlen John W, bookkeeper with R G Dun & Co (S F), res 780 

Eighteenth 
Carleton A B, helper Pioneer Planing Mill, res 1423 San Pablo ave 
Carleton Alice, domestic, res 957 Linden 
Carleton Alonzo, mechanic, res 1423 San Pablo 
Carleton Geo H, supt Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph and ex 

officio fire warden, office City Hall, res Centennial House 
Carleton J A, wood, coal, hay and grain, 1307 Telegraph ave, res 

1353 Telegraph ave 
Carley Edward B, telephone operator, res 862 Twenty-first 
Carley Sarah J, res 863 Twenty-first 
Carlin H C Mrs, res 1515 Ninth ave 
Carlin James, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Carlin Patrick, laborer CPRR Yards, res 811 Chester 
Carlisle Leslie H, photographer, res 1361 Peralta 
Carlisle Minerva Mrs, res 1361 Peralta 
CarlockGeo H (Bart Morgan & Co), res 805 Brush 
Carlsen Conrad, teamster, res 664 Twenty-fifth 
Carlson Charles, watchman steamer Capital, res 602 Franklin 
Carlson Clara, domestic, 1356 Franklin 
Carlson C M Mrs, teacher of embroidery, 519 Tenth 
Carlson Con, teamster with Barstow & Garber, res 664 Twenty- 
fifth 



OAKLANJ BREWERY, 



KRAMM & IH EVES, Proprietor*, tor 
Telegraph Avenue and Dnraot Street. 



Moretti & Trezzini f &»m5» Fresco & Decorative Artists 



158 



OAKLAND. 



Carlson T A, student, res 519 Tenth 

Carlson Thomas, stone cutter, res 519 Tenth 

Carlton Harry P, correspondent North British and Mercantile 
Insurance Co (S F), res 716 Nineteenth 

Carlton Henry P, school teacher, res 716 Nineteenth 

Carlton Margaret Mrs, res SE cor Eleventh ave and Eighteenth 

Carlton Philip S, clerk with Armes & Dallam (S F), 716 Nine- 
teenth 

Carman Francis V, res 1555 Third 

Carman Frank V, carpenter, res 948 Pine 

Carmichael Chas, molder Oakland Iron Works, res 620 Second 

Carmody Cornelius, laborer Winthrop House, res 409 Seventh 

Carniody Kate Miss, music teacher, res 570 Sixth 

Carmody Mary, res 570 Sixth 

Carneal Thomas D, attorney-at-law, 957 Broadway, res 720 
Fourteenth 

Caro G, painter, SE cor Thirteenth and Webster, res San Fran- 
cisco 

Carothers J T, station baggage agent C P R R, res 1622 Eighth 

Caroway P C, drug clerk with J D Feam, 975 Washington, res 
same 

Carpenter Charles, printer, res 763 Clay 

Carpenter Edwin W, brass finisher (S F), res 864 Isabella 

Carpenter T H, carriage trimmer, 367 Tenth, res 1120 Washing- 
ton 

Carpenter Geo A, conductor C P R R, res 821 Adeline 

Carpenter Harriet, res 763 Clay 

Carpenter James, machinist, res 763 Clay 

Carpenter J C, carpenter, res 1258 Fifth ave 

Carpenter John K, bookkeeper (S F), res 162 Fifth 

Carpenter John S, brakeman C P R R, res 763 Clay 

Carpenter Katie Miss, dressmaker with Mrs J B Fields, res 763 
Clay 

Carpenter Louis, broommaker, SEcor Webster and Thirteenth, res 
465 Twenty-first 

Carpenter Mamie Miss, assistant with A F Merriman & Son, 
res 763 Clay 

CARPENTER OLIVER, dentist, 957 Broadway, rooms 1 and 2, 
res 714 Fourteenth 

CARPENTER W C> proprietor Baltimore Dime Coffee House, 
424 Eleventh nr Broadway, res 831 Franklin 

Carpentier Julius, propr Fountainebleau Garden, 2051 East Four- 
teenth 

Carr C W, carpenter Pioneer Planing Mills, res Lester House, 529 
Eighth 

Carr Lawrence, carpenter, res 219 Tenth 

Cf t r L T Judge, attorney-at-law, res 462 Ninth 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



Oaiocs, 



i :i.'» Geary St., San Frnncisco. 
( *i>£ IfniM i way, Oakland. 



ALLEN, TUGGLE & CO., 



Hickory, Oak. Ash, White Wood, Maple, Etc. 
\o" IN and go Spear Street, San Fram-inco. 



V1CUUBRST. 



flie latches, 

JEWELRY 

Silverware, 

Precious 
Stones, 



315 1 St., 

Sacra men! j 



OAKLAND. 



315 



Fine Watcbes. 

DIAMONDS. 

A Specialty. 



JEWELER, 
315 

7 T3tx»«t 

Sacramento 



1ILYERWARE. 



Carr Susie C Miss, res 1308 Webster 

Carrick David S (Hayes, Carrick & Co), res 602 East 

teenth 
Carrigan Peter, boilermaker CPR R Yard, res 824 Linden 
Carrigan Peter Jr, painter, res 824 Linden 
Carrington Geo, res 1301 Peralta 
Carrington Kate Miss, teacher, res 1301 Peralta 
Carrington Lee, clerk (S F), res 1301 Peralta 
Carrington Timothy E, res 1301 Peralta 
Carrington Walter S, res 1301 Peralta 
Carroll George (Pioneer Planing Mills), res 1776 Taylor 
Carroll Geo Jr, clerk, res 1776 Taylor 
Carroll Geo W, engineer C P R R. res 960 Campbell 
Carroll John, laborer, res 1735 Adeline 
Carroll Kate domestic, res 1077 Eighth 
Carroll Margaret Mrs, fancy goods store, 357 B, res same 
Carroll Martin, carpenter, res cor Thirty-ninth and Grove 
Carroll Martin, gardener, res SE cor Thirty-ninth and Grove 
Carroll Mary, laundress, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Carroll Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 359 B 
Carroll Patrick, laborer, res 1024 Fifth 

Carroll William F, saloon, Telegraph ave bet Birch and Vernon, 
Temescal 

Carroll William F, porter with Watson & Co, res cor Telegraph 
ave and Birch, Temescal 

Carruth C W, job foreman Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 1914 
Thirteenth ave 

Carson Benj S, plasterer, res 1562 Telegraph ave 

Carson Chas E, night watchman C P R R Yards, res 984 Pine 

Carson Franklin B, plasterer, res 1562 Telegraph ave 

Carson Hattie P Miss, res 1562 Telegraph ave 

Carson William, coremaker, res 555 Broadway 

Carter Albert, collector, res 1156 Broadway 

Carter Benj H, janitor Tompkins School, res 733 Linden 

Carter Frank, with H Schellhaas, res 408 Ninth 

Carter George, engineer with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 1509 
Fifth 

Carter Geo A, secretary Santa Maria Mill and Mining Co, 950 
Broadway, res 360 Eighth 

Carter H K, fruit dealer, res 1316 Seventh ave 

Carter James, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 

Carter James, liveryman, res 563 Seventh 

Carter J M, teacher, res Blake House 

Carter John, propr Shattuck Stable, 457 Eighth res 563 Seventh 

Carter John, tailor, res 1423 Linden 

Carter J T, milkman, res 1423 Linden 

Carter L T, res 1316 Seventh ave 




Schafer& Co., CLOTHINGS Furnishing Goods, 



No. li Hnntgnmer" St., 
SAX FRANCISCO, Cal. 



WASHINGTON BREWERY, JEW?""** «* ?ro 



, cor. 5th A K 1 1 k haui Sts 



160 



OAKLAND. 



Carter W H, marble cutter, res 1423 Linden 

Carteron Edward, gardener, res 620 Fifth 

CARTIER F. proprietor Belmont Stable, 808 Broadway, res 
same 

Cartwright Alfred D, employe CPRR, res 771 Fourteenth 

Carvell T F, warehouseman, res 369 East Seventeenth 

Carver Lewis M, res 1571 Broadway 

Cary Clarence A, photographer, res 860 Twenty-sixth 

Cary Denis, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Cary Frank M, bartender with J J Hanifin, res 203 B 

Cary George, res 954 Broadwa}' 

Cary Hannah Mrs, furnished rooms, 756 Seventh 

Cary L H, physician, res 916 Eighth 

Casavant Alfbnse, carpenter, res 366 Third 

Case Isham, employe U S Mint (S F), res 1179 Sixteenth ave 

Case John, gardener, res 1206 Fourteenth 

Case Lily A Miss, res 1659 San Pablo 

Casey Jeremiah, harnessmaker, res 115 Third 

Casey John, horseshoer and veterinary surgeon, 418 Seventh, res 
1808 Grove 

Casey Mary E, waitress, res 1115 Third 

Casey Michael, horseshoer with John Casey, res 1808 Grove 

Casey Michael, laborer, res Thirty-Sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Casey Michael Mrs, res 1808 Grove 

Casey Teresa Miss, res Thirty-Sixth nr San Pablo ave 

Cashin William G, saloon, 418 B, res same 

Cashinan William F, capitalist, res 2012 New Broadway 

Casserly Maria, domestic, 1303 Jackson 

Cassidy Annie Mrs, res 1710 Atlantic 

Cassidy Bernard, gardener, 1387 Madison 

Cassidy F, laborer CPRR Ship Yard 

Cassidy James, waiter with Antone Clecak, res 852i Webster 

Cassidy W J, collector Times Publishing Co, res 223 Tenth 

Casson John, proprietor Bay View Saloon, SE cor Telegraph and 
First ave 

Castellanos Salvador, watchmaker with Joseph Reading, Lester 
House, 529 Eighth 

CASTENBABER JOHN- saloon, 461 Tenth, res 562 Sixth 

Cas era Adele, res 659 Franklin 

Castera Charles, nailmaker, res 659 Franklin 

Castera Emily Miss, dressmaker, res 659 Franklin 

Castera Gustave, nailmaker, res 659 Franklin 

Castera Louis, laborer, res 659 Franklin 

Castle Gustave L, manager Home Benefit Association. 204 Mont- 
gomery (S F), res Vernon Heights 

Castro B, dressmaker, res 634 Chestnut 

Castro Frank, laborer, res 1846 Grove 



S. F. LAUNDRY. 



(.(>oi> Hoitit, LOW PRICES. oin< •<•. 
33 Geary St., S. *'., and 862 Broadway. Oaklaml 



JAMES L. BARKER, a ?£fN L s§l T A T c E E, BERKELEY. 



OAKLAND. 



161 



Castro Mary, domestic, 634 Chestnut 

Castro William, res 634 Chestnut 

Caswell Albert F, nailer, res 1833 Linden 

Caswell Charles A, carpenter, res 768 Lydia 

Caswell Charles F, moulder, res 1833 Linden 

Cather Sarah, res 1622 Taylor 

Cather Ziza Miss, res 1622 Taylor 

Cath< lie Church, Rev Wm Gleeson pastor, cor Sixteenth ave and 

Fifteenth 
Catholic School, cor Jefferson and Seventh 
Cator Leonora Mrs, res 211 Louisa 
Catton Frederick R, bookkeeper with Falkner, Bell & Co (S F), 

res 1056 Poplar 
Cauldweli Z S, barber, res 724 Filbert 
Caulfield Alban, salesman (S F), res 945 Willow 
Cavagnaro Antonio, bootblack, res 714 Myrtle 
Cavagnaro T J, bootblack, stand SW cor Eighth and Broadway 
Cavagno Rudolfo, marble rubber, terminus Webster ave 
Cavana John J, laborer, res 677 Twenty-seventh 
Cavanagh Edward, sewer contractor, res 964 Castro 
Cavanagh Martin, gardener, res 690 Twenty-seventh 
Cavanaugh Dan'l, saloon, SW cor Forty-ninth and Telegraph ave 
Cavanaugh M, laborer Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave bet 

Summer and Clifton 
Cavasso Isidor, with Continental Coal Oil Co, res 368 Third 
Cavasso J L, salesman Continental Oil and Transportation Co, 

res 368 Third 
Cavasso Rene J, agent Continental Oil and Transportation Co, 

res 824 Eighteenth 
Caverly Orin E, with Steere & Colby, res 1726 Ninth ave 
Caviero Joseph, groceries and liquors, 924 Third 
Cecil Charles, driver, res 490 Twenty-fifth 
Celis Fernando de, cigars, 854 Broadway, res 322 Sixth 
Centennial Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev A Holbrook pastor, 

955 Campbell, res 1372 Twelfth 
Centennial (The), O R Johnson propr, NE cor Fourteenth and Clay 
Center George H, teamster, res 1351 Kirkham 
Center James, laundryman, res Contra Costra Laundry 
Center James R, teamster, res 351 Kirkham 
Center John, laundiyman, res Contra C stra Laundry 
Center John W, teamster, res 1351 Kirkham 
Center Junction Saloon and Grocery, William Walsh propr, 1319 

Center and 1320 Peralta 
Central Mission Sunday school of the Y M C A, 865 Broadway 
Central Block, 1068 Broadway 
Central Carriage Manufactory, Johnston & Gilmore proprs, 266 

Twelfth 



(ftl/IA'Jf) QPPU/FPV KUAMM & 1>IEVRS, Proprietors. <or. 
uMrvLAllU DilLfVLill, Telegiaph Avenue and Dnraut Street. 



11 



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162 



OAKLAND. 



Central Hotel, C J Rossini propr, SE cor Wood and Seventh 
Central Sand Co, F B Haswell secretary, 924 Broadway 
Central Pacific Railroad Passenger Depot, 464 Seventh 
CENTRAL READING ROOM, Wm G Dinsmore superintendent, 

Fourteenth next City Hall 
Central Temescal Market, William Hoffman propr, cor Forty- 
fifth and Telegraph 
Centres George, dairyman, res 1411 Kirkham 
Cerf Aaron, merchant, res 263 Fourth 
Cereghino Guiseppe, bootblack, res 714 Myrtle 
Cescotte Maria, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Cescotte Caterina, laundress Contra Costra Laundry 
CHABOT ANTOINE, vice-president Contra Costa Water Co, 458 

Eighth, res 104 East Fifteenth 
Chabot Remi, superintendent Contra Costa Water Co, res SE 

cor Madison and Eleventh 
Chadbourne C F, res Winsor House 
Chad bourne H P, brakeman C P R R, res 1157 Center 
Chadbourne Jabez, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1409 Grove 
Chad wick A M, teacher, res 1423 San Pablo 
Chadwick A M Mrs, res 480 Twenty-second 
Chadwick Kate Miss, res 1423 San Pablo ave 
Chadwick Katie Miss, res 480 Twenty-second 
Chaffee Henry S, laborer, res Capital House 
Chagal John, cook, res cor Seventh and Webster 
CHAGAL NICHOLAS P. proprietor Nicks' Restaurant, NE cor 

Sixth and Broadway 
Chalmers William, carpenter, res 1454 Linden 
Chamberlain Charles H, receiver U S Land Office (S F), res 1571 

Seventh ave 
CHAMBERLAIN CHARLES S, manager Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res Berkeley 
Chamberlain Edwin W, house builder, res 817 Center 
Chamberlain L L, student, res 304 Tenth 
Chamberlain Norris D, engineer with Walker & Co, res 561 East 

Sixteenth 
Chamberlain Silas, carpenter East Oakland Planing-Mill, res 1270 

Seventh 
Chamberlain Thomas L, farmer, res 304 Tenth 
Chamberlain Wm H, auditor's office C P R R, res 1571 Seventh 

ave 
Chamberlin Peronet V, boxmaker with Mclntyre, Abbey & Co, 

res 819 Isabella 
Chamberlin Willis P, bookkeeper Presidio (S F), res 819 Isa- 
bella 
CHAMBERLAIN W W. manager Alameda Furniture Factory 

Depot, 420 Twelfth, res same 

GOOD WORK, LOW 1'KHES. Office, 

33 Geary Si., S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



S. F. LAUNDRY. 



ALLEN, TUGGLE I CO., MEXICAN HARD WOODS, 



18 A 2© Spear Pit. 
Han Francisco 



OAKLAND. 



163 



Chambers A J, mining expert, res 575 Fifteenth 

Chambers Samuel A, teacher mathematics Hopkins' Academy, res 

same 
Champion A C, canvasser, res 1620 Thirteenth ave 
Champion James Mrs, res 1003 Clay 
CHAMPLINJOHN L (Champlin & Williamson), res Arlington 

House 
CHAMPLIN & WILLIAMSON (John L Champlin and James M 

Williamson), boots and shoes, 1053 Broadway 
Champreux Alfred, brass moulder, res 938 Pine 
Champreux Gustave, molder, res 1411 Eleventh 
Chanaron Henry, barber, 474 Eighth, res 612 Filbert 
Chandler Augustus S, farmer, res 1409 Grove 
Chandler Chas A, stamp clerk post-office, res 1002 Twenty 

eighth 
Chandler Clara Mrs, res 488 Twenty-third 
Chantereau E, real estate, res 816 Washington 
Chapin J A, brakeman CPRR, res 1464 Seventh 
Chaplain G M, laborer CPRR Yards 
Chaplin Herbert, res 887 Pine 
Chapman A P, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Cynthia, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Edmund B, shipping commission merchant (S F), res 

1021 Ninth ave 
Chapman E C, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman Ella Miss, res 1311 Thirteenth ave 
Chapman Florence E Miss, res 1951 Grove 

Chapman Harry, jeweler (S F), res Dover nr Benton, Temescal 
Chapman James F, shipping commission merchant (S F), res 

1021 Ninth ave 
Chapman M C, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chapman P J, clerk, res 1021 Ninth ave 
Chapman R C Mrs, res 1951 Grove 
Chapman Robt, paperhanger, res 833 Campbell 
Chapman S A Mrs, dressmaker, res 833 Campbell 
Chapman Wm H, painter, res 534 Eighteenth 
Chare Alfred C, laborer, res 659 Jefferson 
Chare Alfred, employe California Hosiery Co, res 659 Jefferson 
Charlebois Youe, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 

1579 Broadway 
Charles Edwin W, driver, res 490 Twenty-fifth 
Charter Oak Hotel, Mrs Mary Hall propr, 1763 and 1765 

Seventh 
Charter Parlor, N S of the G W, Pythian Hall 
Chartrand Alexander, res St Louis House, 560 Franklin 
Chartrand Louis, propr St Louis House, 560 Franklin 
Chartrand L E, res St Louis Hotel, 560 Franklin 





Schafer & Co.: Fine Custom Ck thing to Order," 



o. 11 Montgomery St. 
Mau Francisco. 



Washington Brewery, FvRnShTA Sa ISSStg- 



164 



OAKLAND. 



511 

Sansamc 

Street, 
Cor. 

Merchant. 



Chase Ed C, clerk (S F), res 929 Wood 

Chase Edward J, policeman, res 989 Center 

Chase Geo, deputy county treasurer and tax collector, res 202 
East Ninth 

Chase Henry, carpet beater, res 572 Sixth 

Chase Moses, res 202 East Ninth 

CHASE QUINCY A (Kohler & Chase), res Kohler-Chase House 

Chase Sprague C, res 826 Webster 

Chauche Adrian G, importer and dealer in wines and liquors 
(S F), res 855 Alice 

Cheney M L, clerk, res 914 Eighth 

Cheney Oliver, yardman with Walker & Co, res 1013 Franklin 

Cherly John, laborer, res 667 Twenty-sixth 

Chestnut James G, teacher, res Oakland ave, Vernon Heights 

Chestnut John A, carpenter, res Walnut east end Prospect ave 

Chester Charles, carpenter, res 811 Adeline 

Chester House, Mrs Enscoe propr, 1506^ Seventh 

Chetfield James, laborer, res 410 Third 

Chetwood Hobart Rev, pastor St Paul's Episcopal Church, res 
371 Tenth 

Chevalier ^Francis, gardener, 1034 Adeline 

Chevalier Lewis M, barber, 1785 Seventh, res same 

Chew, Bong & Co (Chi Chew and Chi Bong) Japanese and Chi- 
nese fancy goods, 1166 Broadway 

Cheyrias Seraphin, head cook Barnum Restaurant, res 803 
Jefferson 

CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY, J Meredith 

Davies general agent, office 2 New Montgomery, under 

Palace Hotel (San Francisco), NE cor Broadway and Seventh 

Chick Orra J Miss, saleslady with Kohler & Chase, res Temes- 

cal 
Chick R S Mrs , saleslady with Taft & Pennoyer, res 1410 

Brush 
Chickering Win H, attorney-at-law (S F), res 970 Sixteenth 
Chieftain Livery Stable, Chas A McCloud propr, Ninth bet 

Market and West 
Chief Engineer of Fire Department, J MorT.t^ City Hall 
Child Edward, contractor and builder, res 1207 Market 
ChildsD S Mrs, res NE cor Eighteenth and Kirkham 
Childs Ellen Mrs, poultrv-raiser res 1003 Twenty-second 
Childs Henry O, res 1061 Grove 
Childs James W, seaman, res 727 Fourth 

Childs William A, commercial traveler (S F), res 457 Twenty- 
sixth 
Chinese Mission, 833 Sixteenth 
Chinese Mission of Baptist Church, 719 Eleventh 
Chinese Mission of Congregational Church. 623 Tenth 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY — 



I 8J* Geary St., Pan Frnncisco. 
i Hii'i Broadway, Oh k land. 



r^f^^Agent Hartford Insurance Co., Capital, $4,500,000 



OAKLAND. 



165 



Chinese Mission of Methodist Episcopal Church, 612 Fifteenth 
Chinese Mission School, Rev I M Condit principal, 264 Thir- 
teenth 
Chinese Presbyterian Church, Y M C A, I M Condit pastor, 264 

Thirteenth 
Chinn Richard H, secretary J Lusk's Canning Co (S F), res cor 

Fifth ave and East Eleventh 
Chinn Thos W, with W T Coleman & Co (S F), res cor Fifth ave 

and East Eleventh 
Chisholm D B Mrs, propr Willamette House, cor Tenth and 

Franklin 
Chisholm Helen Miss, music teacher, res 371 Tenth 
Chisholm R B (Sackrider & Chisholm), res 562 Eighth 
Chittenden Chas L, captain, 710 Sixth 
Chittenden H H, merchant, res 1079 Twelfth 
Chi vino Bagota, laundry man, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Chloupeck Joseph, engineer Engine Co No 2, res Sixth bet 

Broadway and Washington 
Chloupek Vincent (Hersey & Chloupek), res 458 Sixth 
Chrestoffersen Antoni, blacksmith (S F), res 1410 Seventeenth 
Christen Wm, real estate and insurance, 1718 Seventh 
Christian Chureh, NE cor Fifteenth and Clay 
Christensen A, hostler with C H Norr, res 1565 Seventh 
Christensen John A, liquor saloon, Twelfth Street Bridge, Lake 

Merritt, res same 
Christensen Laura Miss, res 1267 Clay 
Christenson Andrew, clerk with Adams & Co (S F), res 1220 

Seventh 
Christenson Edward, fireman S P C R R, res 85 2 J Webster 
Christenson Geo, carpenter, res 403 Ninth 
Christian Church, NE cor Fifteenth and Clay 
Christianson Henry O, master mariner, res 720 Harrison 
Christman Geo A, tinsmith, res 806 Lewis 
ChristofFersen Bernt, foreman yard Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

1813 Union 
Christopher Julius (Johnson, Lindeman & Co), res 722 Second 
Christopher J, millwright Independent Planing Mill, res 722 Brush 
Christy Chas, carpenter, res 1410 West 
Chubb John, laborer, res 1265 Cypress 
Chubb Roger, bricklayer, res 1265 Cypress 
Chubbuck M C Mrs, res 620 East Sixteenth 
CHURCH AUGUSTUS M justice of the peace, 86U Broadway, 

res 1322 Tenth 
Church Gideon, laborer, res 812 East Twelfth 
CHURCH HOWARD E proprietor Go Ahead Saloon, 835 Market, 

res 1110 Linden 
Church John H, capitalist, res Newland House 



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Church Joseph W, clerk Custom House (S F), res 826 Fifteenth 

Church Laura A, bakery, 1206 Market, res same 

Church Laura L Mrs, nee Honey, composer and teacher musical 
drama, res 203 Third 

Church of the Advent (Protestant Episcopal), Rev H Lee pastor, 
cor Sixteenth and Twelfth ave 

Church of Christ, Rev A Coplin pastor, cor Thirteenth and Jef- 
ferson 

CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, Rev Michael 

King pastor, Rev Thomas McSweeney assistant, w s Jefferson 
bet Seventh and Eighth 

Churchill J P, student, res 1769 Nineteenth ave 

Chute A W, rancher, res 1181 Twenty-eighth 

Cibran Antonio, laborer, res Telegraph ave nr Thirty-ninth 

Cienega B V, lithographer (S F), res 1110 Third 

Cienega Richard, lithographer, res 1110 Third 

City Assessor, J M Dillon, City Hall 

City Attorney, C T Johns, City Hall 

City Board of Health, E W Buck health officer and city physi- 
cian, T H Pinkerton, J B Trembly, and A H Agard secre- 
tary, City Hall 

City Council, Henry Hayes (Seventh Ward), president, Mr De La 
Montanya (Fourth Ward), J T Carothers (First Ward), M C 
Garbar (Fifth Ward), S M Babbitt (Second Ward), James 
McGivney (Sixth Ward), E B Dean (Third Ward), City Hall 

City Clerk and Treasurer, G M Fisher, City Hall 

City Engineer, T W Morgan, City Hall 

City Hall, NW cor Fourteenth and Washington 

City Marshal and Tax-Collector, Geo Atkinson, City Hall 

City Superintendent of Public Schools, J C Gilson, City Hall 

City Treasurer and Clerk, G M Fisher, City Hall 

City Wharfinger, Wm H Fountain, City Hall 

Cit}' Market, Eleventh to Twelfth bet Broadwav and Franklin 

City Physician and Health Officer, E W Buckf 510 Fifteenth 

City Pound, Peralta nr Twenty-eighth 

Claffey James, grainer, res 760 Brush 

Clairville Walter, first officer steamer Piedmont, res 559 Second 

Clapp Geo, superintendent tack factory Judson Manufacturing Co, 
res Park ave above Hoi lis 

Clapp Geo H Dr, druggist. SW cor East Twelfth and Thirteenth 
ave, res same 

Claremont Jerry, stableman San Pablo Avenue Railroad Stables, 
res same 

Clarendon House, Mrs Catharine Donaharpropr, 855 Washington 

Clares Stephen, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Clark Ada Mrs, dancing academy, 377 Twelfth 

Clark A K, res Winsor House 



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Clark Alfred 0, carpenter (S F), res 1118 Third 

Clark Belle Miss, dressmaker, res 839 Clay 

Clark Bella Mrs, cook with Mrs Lena Nelson, res 849 Clay 

Clark Benj, printer, res 1212 Sixteenth ave 

Clark Carrie L, res Forty-fifth bet Telegraph and Grove, 

Temescal 
Clark C B, watchman Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1576 

Chestnut 
Clark Chas A, engineer S P R R, res 1024 Chester 
Clark Chas F, foreman with Geo T Tresscott, 405 Twelfth 
Clark Charles, medical student, res Medical College 
Clark Carlton H, commercial agent Atchison, Topeka and Santa 

Fe R R (S F), 677 Twenty-first 
Clark Edward, painter, res Franklin bet Tenth and Eleventh 
Clark Edward, patternmaker, res 722 Chestnut 
Clark Edward, patternmaker (S F), res 1730 Linden 
Clark Ellen Mrs, employment office, res 959 Webster 
Clark Foster T, livery stable, 1066 Thirteenth ave, res same 
Clark Frederick A, train master C P R R, res 909 Peralta 
Clark George (Clark & Woolley), res 1761 Goss 
Clark Geo W, carpenter, res 861 Cedar 
Clark G W, carpenter, res 1054 Thirteenth ave 
Clark Hugh, plasterer, res 77 Valley 
Clark Horace, confectionery, notions, cigars and tobacco, Market 

Sireet Station, cor Seventh and West, res 762 Sixth 
Clark H D, engineer C P R R, res S F 
Clark Henry W, brakeman C P R R, res 1860 Division 
Clark H L, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House, 1804 

Seventh 
Clark Henry bootblack, res 612 Franklin 

Clark Harry Lee, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Clark Isabel, res 856 Adeline 
Clark J Miss, res 959 Webster 

Clark James, cook with M Furniss, res 902 Washington 
Clark James, groceries and liquors, 977 Fifth 
Clark James A, artesian well borer, res cor Forty-third and Grove, 

Temescal 
Clark James A, brakeman C P R R, res 1830 Seventh 
Clark J B, engineer C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Clark Jerome, engineer C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 
Clark J E, cook with M Furniss, res Alta House, 901i Washington 
Clark John, porter, res 1356 Eighteenth 
Clark L S, engineer C P R R, res 1778 Atlantic 
Clark Maggie, res 365 Thirteenth 
Clark Maggie J Mrs, janitress Oakland Bank Building, res 369 

Thirteenth 
Clark Marion, barkeeper with Petar & Dresco, res 471 Fourth 



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Clark Marion, musician, res 471 Fourth 

Clark Peter, laborer, res 1443 Linden 

Clark Philander (J M Cook & Co), res 911 Thirty-fifth 

Clark Philander, traveling salesman, res 911 Thirty -fifth 

Clark Rebecca Miss, dressmaker, resn s Temescal nr Telegraph ave 

Clark Rhobie E Miss, res 1750 Telegraph ave 

Clark Richard N, porter post-office (S F) res 917 Twenty-fourth 

Clark Robert V, propr Mansion House, 1202 Broadway 

Clark Samuel S, engineer C P R R, res 1778 Atlantic 

Clark Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res n s Temescal nr Telegraph ave 

Clark Sarah Mrs, res 318 Fourteenth 

Clark S C, engineer C P R R, res East Berkeley 

Clark S J, laborer C P R R 

Clark S J, farmer, res 1360 Seventeenth 

Clark William B, laundryman, res Forty-fifth bet Telegraph and 

Grove, Temescal 
Clark William M, miller Samm's Flouring Mills, res 605 Third 
Clark & Wooley (Geo Clark and John Wooley), Boiler Works, 

668 Franklin 
Clarke George W, carpenter, res 861 Cedar 
Clarke Henry, laborer, res 612 Franklin 
Clarke James A, brakeman C P R R, res 1830 Seventh 
Clarke John, wood turner, res 663 Magnolia 
Clarke John C, instructor mathematics, University, res 1736 

Thirteenth 
Clarke Joseph F, printer, res 1736 Thirteenth 
Clarke William, miller with Samm & Co, res 605 Third 
CLASON R0LL0 S> books and stationery, 611 East Twelfth, res 

same 

CLASSICAL AND ENGLISH SCHOOL I Wright and A E 

Janvier principals, 1265 Franklin 

Classon John, dealer in cider, vinegar, etc, res 515 Twentieth 

Clause Axel, cook with M Furniss, res 510 Eighth 

Clausen Charles, plasterer, res 2126 Chestnut 

Clausse Joseph, miller, res New York Hotel 

Clavelot Alcide, bartender with Peter Noisat, res 1233 Broadway 

Claw William, laborer C P R R 

Clawson Primary School, Miss Marietta Cobb principal, cor 
Magnolia and Thirty-second 

Clay Henry, driver Oakland Brewery, res 1407 Broadway 

Clayton C H, carpenter, res 1436 Twelfth 

Clayton Susan Mrs, res 307 Eighth 

Clayton William B, cabinetmaker with Lyon & Kinsey, res 927 
Thirty -sixth 

Clear Thos, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co, res 358 Ninth 

Cleary James, nurseryman and florist, res Peralta bet Thirty- 
sixth and Thirtv-seventh 



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CLEARY MICHAEL, groceries and provisions, wines and liquors, 
359 Twelfth, res 1059 Jackson 

Cleary William, stableman with J Lusk Canning Co, res Clare- 
mont ave bet Summit and Clifton 

Cleery William, res 713 Fifth 

Clecak Antone, restaurant, 1112 Broadway 

Clecak John, cook with Antonio Clecak, res 1112 Broadway 

CI eland Darius, bench hand Pioneer Planing Mill, res 955 J 
Washington 

Clem P W Mrs, groceries, 533 Eighth, res same 

Clement Al E (Neher & Clement), res 1769 Sixteenth 

Clement Allan E, carpenter, res 1411 Fifteenth 

Clement Annie, res 1615 Eighth 

Clement Carrie E, res 1405 Brush 

Clement E B, searcher of records and member Board of Educa- 
tion (S F), Fifth Ward, res 1264 Harrison 

Clement Louis M, civil engineer CPRR, res 1013 Twelfth 

Clements Christine Mrs, res 1641 Adeline 

Clemons Hiram M Mrs, res 869 Washington 

Clephane William, brass finisher, res 360 Third 

Clerk Police Court, J A Kenner, City Hall 

Cleveland A (Cleveland & Lytle), res Bay Island 

Cleveland & Lytle (A Cleveland and J A Lytle), nurserymen, 912 
Broadway 

Cliff Alfred G, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res Forty- 
fifth bet Telegraph ave and Grove 

Cliff George, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res Forty-fifth 
bet Telegraph ave and Grove 

Clifford Frank, watchman, res 1756 Seventh 

Clifford Fred, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res Grand Western 
Hotel, Seventh 

Clifford John, laborer, res 813 Chester 

Clifford John, waiter, res 1005 Webster 

Clifford Joseph, engineer CPRR, res 1600 Third 

Clifford Timothy, laborer, res 1637 Magnolia 

Clift William, mining supt, res 1217 Webster 

Clifton Harry, stableman, 1386 Broadway 

Clifton William G, bookkeeper with Grayson, Harrell & Co, res 
963 Clay 

Ciimo Albert, caulker CPRR Ship Yard, res 883 Bay 

Clingler Mary, domestic, res Union Hotel 

Clinton Agnes Miss, dressmaker, res 1812 Goss 

CLINTON DRUG STORE, Melviri & Co proprietors, 299 East 
Twelfth 

Clinton Hook and Ladder Co No 2, East Fourteenth bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth aves 

Clisby Seth, warehouse (S F), res 535 Thirty-sixth 



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Clivio C, groceries, 920 Broadway, res same 

Clober H A, dairyman, res Lusk bet Fortieth and Forty-first, 

Teme.scal 
Clock S D Mrs, res 1140 Myrtle 
Cloeren Edward, head brewer with Kramm & Dieves, res 2030 

Broadway 
Clonan John, laborer, res 621 Henry 

Clonen John, liquors and groceries, 1529 Seventh, res same 
Clooney Thomas J (Clooney & O'Brien), res 1519 Fifth 
Clooney & O'Brien (Thomas J Clooney and William O'Brien), 

wood, coal, hay and grain, NW cor Railroad ave and Henry 
Cloren Edward, foreman Oakland Brewery, res 230 Brook 
Cloudman Chas H, shoemaker, 1357 Peralta, res same 
Clough Alton H, bookkeeper, res cor Twenty-third ave and 

Fifteenth 
Clough Edward H, reporter Tribune Publishing Co, res 1211 

Franklin 
Clough George P, salesman with Gould &> Williamson, res NW 

cor Twenty-third ave and East Fifteenth 
Clough James T, dairyman, res cor Fifteenth and Twenty-third 

ave 
CLOUGH MYRON E (Jones & Clough), res 573 Seventeenth 
Cloupeck Amos, butcher with Rice & White, res Capital Hotel 
Clow Amelia B Miss, teacher, res 571 Caledonia 
Clow Augusta A Miss, res 571 Caledonia 
Clow E R Mrs, res 571 Caledonia 
CLUB LIVERY STABLE. Lapman & Rowe proprietors, SW cor 

Eighth and Webster 
Cluff George, teamster with Gould & Williamson, res cor Fourth 

and Washington 
Clymer James J, res 306 Fourteenth 
Clymer Phoebe Mrs, res 811 Washington 
Clymer Michael, 'longshoreman, res 658 Magnolia 
Coady Ida A Mr 3, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 574 

Thirteenth 
Coady James, hostler Dexter Stables, res NE cor Webster and 

Twelfth 
Coady Richard E, letter carrier post-office, res 1061 Alice 
Coates Caleb, liquor dealer (S F), res 916 Center 
Coates Edward J, grocer, 1202 Adeline, res same 
Coates Mary J Mrs, res 307 Eighth 
Coates Wm D, res 1690 Broadway 
Coates Wm E, bookkeeper (S F), res 307 Eighth 
Cobb Louis H, carpenter B & B Depot C P R R Yards, res 1 667 

Seward 
Cobb Marietta S Miss, principal Clawson Primary School, res 

1416A San Pablo ave 



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



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Cobb R S, watchman C P R R Ship Yard 

Cobbledick James, commercial traveler with G W Hobbs & Co 

(S F), res 177 East Twelfth 
Cobbledick Levans N, clerk with Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 177 

East Twelfth 
Cobelt Otto, tannery, res 806 East Twelfth 
Coburn Frank, res 1556 Third 
Coburn Jud C, watchman Judson Manufacturing Co, res Thirty 

sixth nr San Pablo ave 
Coburn Nahum, apron tender C P RR, res 1566 Third 
Coby Peter, laborer, res 670 East Sixteenth 
Cochran Irad, lumber (S F), res 560 Fifteenth 
Cochran John T, hops commission, 302 California, (S F), res 565 

Sixteenth 
Cochran Josie L Miss, proof-reader Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

res 718 Twelfth 
Cochran J W Mrs, res 769 Twelfth 
Cochren Richard L, laborer, res 734 Magnolia 
Cockley Daniel, laborer, res 828 Fifteenth 
Cockrill Benjamin, res 522 Tenth 
Cockrill Christopher C, capitalist, res 522 Tenth 
Codano Michael, bootblack, res 655 Myrtle 
Coe Sophronie Q, res 527 Thirty-sixth 

Coelho Ellen Mrs, domestic with Carl Schenk, 1677 Twelfth 
Coffee Michael H, dry goods, SW cor Eighth and Broadway, res 

763 Fourteenth 
Coffey Wm T, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 810 Filbert 
Coffin Albert F, stock broker (S F), res 918 Sixteenth 
Coffin A W, bookkeeper C P R R, res 1317 Alice 
Coffin Dollie Miss, res 1387 Harrison 
Coffin Elizabeth, res 1387 Harrison 
Coffin Henry, brakeman C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 
Coffin William Mrs, res 1423 San Pablo ave 
Cogan William, carpenter, res 1754 Taylor 
Coghill Thomas B (Coghill & Simon, S F), res 1304 Jackson 
Coghlin John, painter, res 378 Seventh 
Cogswell James P, res 1004 Broadway 
Cohen A, fireman C P R R, rel 261 Twelfth 
Cohen Isidor J, glazier (S F), res 363 East Fifteenth 
Cohen Jacob M, traveling salesman, 871 Washington, res 261 

Twelfth 
Cohen James, blacksmith helper C P R R Shops, res 815 Twenty- 
second 
Cohen Mary, cioakmaker, res 313 Sixth 
Cohen Sallie, clerk with Salinger Bros, res 1005 Fifth 
Cohen Simon S, gi'oceries ami provisions, 1743 Adeline, res same 
Cohn Abraham, glazier California Door Co, res 260 Eighth 



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OAKLAND. 



Cohn Abraham, tailor, res 259 B 

Cohn Charles, tailor with Greenwood & Moran, res cor Tenth and 

Jefferson 
Cohn Felix, commercial traveler with Brounschweiger & Bun- 

ster] (S F),*res 1307 Jefferson 
Cohn Herman, res 1307 Jefferson 

Cohn John, tailor with Greenwood & Newman, res Jones House 
Cohn Meyer, res 261 Eighth 
Coin Albert, carriage blacksmith with C C Buffett, res 1228 

Broadway 
Coin Raymond, laundry, 1228 Broadway, res same 
Colburn Alfred, dairy, res 1769 Seward 
Colby A D, farmer, res cor Claremont and Alcatraz aves 
Colby Fannie Miss, music teacher, res 1358 Eighth 
Colby Flora I Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 
Colby Francis A Miss, dressmaker, res 483 Twenty-fifth 
Colby George E, chemist State University, res cor Claremont and 

Alcatraz ave 
Colby H H (Steere & Colby), res 1315 Twelfth ave 
Colby Julie E Miss, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 574 

Thirteenth 
Cole A B, brakeman CPRR, res Berkeley 
Cole Benjamin, res 843 Harrison 
Cole Charles D, chiropodist, res 850 Isabella 
Cole Claude H, police officer, res 970 Twenty -fourth 
Cole E F Mrs, East Oakland Kindergarten, 369 East Eleventh, 

res same 
Col e Eliza, domestic, 720 Fourteenth 
Col e George A, blacksmith, res 829 Seventeenth 
Col e Lee G (Barnham, Standeford & Co), res 1545 Webster 
COLE R E. dentist, 1003| Broadway, res 572 Twelfth 
Cole School, J P Garlick principal, Tenth bet Union and Poplar 
Cole William, 'longshoreman, res 1511 Third 
Cole Wm, shoemaker (S F), res 701 Campbell 
Colegrove George L, conductor S P C R R, res 1253 Clay 
Coleman Edward, delivery clerk with Phelan & Fish, res 921 

Mvrtle 
COLEMAN HAMILTON (Renton &' Coleman), res 512 Ninth 
Coleman John W, capitalist, res NW cor Brush and Eighth 
Coleman Julius (H Davis & Co), res 810 Broadway 
Coleman Levi B, painter, res 618 East Twenty-second 
Coleman Patrick E, engineer with Frank Barnard & Co, res 1018 

Eighth 
Colfer John, Mendocino Lumber Yard, res 780 East Eighteenth 
Colgett John, gardener, res 809 Sixteenth 

Colich Peter, porter with I S Radovich & Co, res 1112 Broad- 
way 



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



Tarn. /,. Barker, BERKELEY, 
** Imnorter of and Dealer in 



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173 



Colin Benoit, trunk manufacturer, 415 Thirteenth, res ws Perry 

nr Prospect 
Collan James J, tailor with M J Healey , res 861 Harrison 
Collarn Patrick, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Hallick 

nr Emery Station 
College Hall, NE cor Webster and Twelfth 
Collen Con, engineer CPRR, res 1761 Goss 
Collett Florence E Miss, boxmaker (S F), res 715 Linden 
Collett Harry (Collett & Co), res 715 Linden 
Collett H G, foreman California Cigar Box Factory (S F), res 

715 Linden 
Collett & Co (Harry Collett and P McSweeney), proprs Opposition 

Ice Co, 515 Fourth 
Collier John, laborer, res Alice bet Second and Third 
Collier John H, mill superintendent, res 669 Fifteenth 
Collin Samuel, laborer, res 715 Fourth 
Collins Amy, printer, res Bushell House 
Collins Benjamin, res 1230 Eighth ave 
Lollins Benjamin Jr, printer, res 1230 Eighth ave 
Collins C W, engineer CPRR, res cor Seventh and Willow 
COLLINS EDWARD D, secretary Mountain View Cemetery, p o 

box 185, res terminus of Webster ave 
Collins Dennis Mrs, res 167 Eighth 

Collins E Mrs, employe California Hosiery Co, res rear 1015 Third 
Collins Edward, laborer, res cor Forty-third and Grove, Temescal 
Collins E M, domestic, res 1271 Fifth ave 
Collins George, porter with J J Hanifin, NW cor Seventh and 

Broadway 
Collins George H, lumber dealer (S F), res 526 Tenth 
Collins Henry M, groceries and hardware and agent for Wells, 

Fargo & Co, 1766 Seventh, res 1823 Short 
Collins Honorah, res 839 Eighteenth 
Collins James, laborer CPRR, res 701 Campbell 
Collins James, tailor with M J Healy, res 861 Harrison 
Collins Jerry, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1664 Pacific 
Collins John, engineer Oakland Artesian Water Co, res 1765 

Seventh 
Collins John, laborer CPRR, res 701 Campbell 
Collins L P, sewing machine agent (S F), res 935 Campbell 
Collins Mary Miss, res 167 Eighth 
Collins Mary Miss, res 839 Eighteenth 

Collins Mary E bookkeeper with H M Collins, res 1823 Short 
Collins Mary E, domestic with C J Hawley, 1118 Seventh ave 
Collins Minnie Miss, dressmaker with E W Johnson, res 701 

Campbell 
Collins Nellie Miss, res 839 Eighteenth 
Collins Patrick H, laborer, res 1661 Sixteenth 



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Collins Patrick M, real estate and loan agent, 962 Seventh, res 

972 Seventh 
Collins Peter, laborer, res 816 Willow 
Collins P H, laborer C P R R Ship Yard 
Collins William, laborer C P R R, res 726 Peralta 
COLLINS WILLSAiVi superintendent Mountain View Cemetery, 

res terminus Webster ave 
Collischonn Charles, correspondent with Belloc& Co (S F), res 763 

Grove 
Colloran Patrick, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 808 

Willow 
Collyer Charles W, carpenter, res 1728 Twelfth 
Colly er David M, fireman C P R R, res 1728 Twelfth 
Collyer Geo F, brakeman C P R R, res 1728 Twelfth 
Collyer Jacob, carpenter C P R R Yards, res 1728 Twelfth 
Collyer P A Mrs, res 1728 Twelfth 
Colman Jennie H Mrs, laundress, res 867 Twentieth 
Colman John, wood turner, res 911 Myrtle 
Colman Luke, kalsominer, res 867 Twentieth 
Colson Edward F, yardman C P R R, res Central Hotel 
Colvill Edward L, first officer San Pedro, res 971 Pine 
Colville Frank C, clerk Equitable Life Insurance Co (S F), res 

1503 Seventh ave 
Colville S M Mrs, res 1503 Seventh ave 
Colvin Charles L (Van Voorhies & Colvin), res 718 Webster 
Colvin Mary, res 1012 East Sixteenth 
Colvin Mary, res 1726 Pacific 
Colwell Susan A, res 822 Twelfth 
Comard Jane Mrs, res 361 East Seventeenth 
Comber James, car repairer C P R R Yard, res 1614 Eighth 
Comer J H, flagman C P R R 
Comerford Annie, domestic, 669 Seventeenth 
Comerford Annie Miss, seamstress, res 1929 Magnolia 
Comerford Frank, stove mounter, res 1929 Magnolia 
Comerford Louis, catcher Rolling Mills, res 1929 Magnolia 
Comerford Mary Mrs, res 1929 Magnolia 
Comerford Vincent, carpenter, res 1929 Magnolia 

COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY (of S F), B B Laton 

agent, 468 Ninth 
Commercial Union Assurance Company of London, John H Troy 

agent, 457 Ninth 
Comozzi Carl, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Comozzi Joseph, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Comozzi Louis, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Company A Fifth Infantry Oakland Light Cavalry, cor Twelfth 

and Washington 
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Company C Third Regular Infantry N G C Armory (Hancock 

rifles), 377 Twelfth, Henry Levy captain 
Compiano Andrew, res rear 61 G Filbert 
Completa Louis, cook with Martin & Co 
Compton Frank W, assistant foreman with George C Shrevel 

& Co (S F), res 1561 Eighth 
Compton Henry T, assistant engineer Harbor Commissioners, 

res 1561 Eighth 
Compton H N, carriage manufacturer, res 2139 Chestnut 
Compton K H, brakeman CPRR, res Union Hotel 
Comstock Albert V, mining superintendent, res 1420 San Pablo 
Comstock Charles C, bridge inspector CPRR, res 1687 Eighth 
Comstock Mary E Mrs, saleslady for Taft & Pennoyer, res 1104 

Broadway 
Conboy Maiy, res cor Twenty-second and Filbert 
Concannon Thomas, laborer, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave, 

Temescal 
Concanon Thomas, laborer CPRR 
Concanon William N, carpenter and builder, res 1359 Telegraph 

ave 
Condit I M Rev, pastor Chinese Presbyterian Church, res 262 

Thirteenth 

Condit I M Mrs, teacher Chinese Mission School, res 262 Thir- 
teenth 
Condrey Martin, laborer, res 1312 West 
Cone John, blacksmith CPRR Yards, res 1715 Atlantic 
Cone William H, carpenter, res 1508 Broadway 
Conger Benjamin T, res 1062 Kirkham 
Congregational Association of Christian Chinese, 623 Tenth 
Congregational Church, N W cor Twelfth and Clay, Rev J K Me 

Lean pastor 
Congregation Beth Jacob, s s Sixth bet Broadway and Washing 

ton 
Conklin Bros (William and Frank Conklin), proprs Steam Carpet 

Beating Establishment, Twenty-first bet Telegraph ave and 

New Broadway 
Conklin Frank (Conklin Bros), res 333 Tyler (S F) 
Conklin Frank G, glove manufacturer (S F), res 1311 Fifth ave 
Conklin Jeremiah, hostler, res cor Brush and Seventh 
Conklin William (Conklin Bros), res 333 Tyler (S F) 
Conklin Sarah A Mrs, res 534 Eighteenth 
Conlan Mary Miss, res 323 Eleventh 
Conlan Wm, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Conley Anna Miss, res 328 East Fourteenth 
Conley John, plasterer, res 1710 Pacific 
Conley Mary, domestic, res 519 East Fourteenth 
Conley Mary Mrs, laundress, res 1773 William 




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OAKLAND. 



Conlin Edward, blacksmith's helper C P R R Yards, res 809 

Twenty-second 
Conlin William, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Conlon James, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Conlon John, lather, res 054 Linden 
Connell John, teamster, res e s Alice bet Fifth and Sixth 
Connell Maggie Miss, dressmaker with Mrs O'Niel, res 368 Tenth 
Connell Mary, res 1209 Twelfth 
Connell May Miss, milliner (S F), res 1269 Twelfth 
Connell Rose, chambermaid Galindo Hotel, res same 
Connell Rose Miss, milliner (S F), res 1269 Twelfth 
Connelly Dennis, hostler with P Pumyea, res 667 Sixth 
Connelly F, stevedore, res 921 Fifth 
Connelly Frank, laborer CPRR Ship Yard 
Connelly Francis, laborer, res 953 Fifth 
Connelly James, 'longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 
Connelly John, laborer, res 703 Twenty-seventh 
Connelly Mariah, domestic, 1136 Filbert 
Connelly Michael, laborer, res 1622 Union 
Connelly Owen, fireman CPRR 
Conner J S, res 1309 Twelfth ave 

Conners John F, pressman Times, res 1068 Fourteenth 
Conners Maggie Miss, assistant teacher Cole School, res 1068 

Fourteenth 
Conners Mollie E Miss, teacher Prescott School, res 1068 Four- 
teenth 
Connery Austin, laborer CPRR, res 707 Chester 
Connless Patrick, laborer CPRR 

Connolly Patrick, clerk with Mrs C McCabe, res 753 Seventh 
Connoly P, laborer CPRR 
Connor J M, res 1113 Franklin 
Connor Mrs M A, res 571 Tenth 
Connor Patrick, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 223 

Ettie 
Connor Wm, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1662 Sixteenth 
Connors Cornelius, laborer, res 1062 Twenty-fourth 
Connors John, clerk with C R Lewis & Co, 467 Eleventh, res 

San Francisco 
Connors John J, horseshoer with Robert Gilmore, res Capitol 

House 
Connors Timothy, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1012 Cypress 
Connors Win, laborer, res 664 Twentieth 

Connors W P, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res San Pablo Station 
Conrad Alexander, laborer Oil Works, res 757 Webster 
Conrad Alouise, res 757 Webster 
Conrad Wm A, contractor and builder (S F), res 1160 Union 



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Conradi Phillip (Conradi Phil & Co), res 703 Jackson 

Conradi Phil & Co (Philip Conradi), cigars and tobacco, 467 
Seventh 

Conradi Wm, cigarmaker with Philip Conradi, res 763 Jackson 

Conroy A, laborer CPRR Shipyard 

Conroy Eugene C, brakeman CPRR, res 857 Harrison 

Conroy John, laborer, res 1007 Third 

Conroy John, plumber with Burtchaell & Crowley, res cor Seven- 
teenth and West 

Conry John F, tinner, res 1312 West 

Consedine James, foreman CPRR 

Considine Patrick, groceries and liquors, 218 Sixth 

CONTINENTAL FIRE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK, James 

L Fogg agent, 460 Tenth 
Continental Oil and Transportation Co, R J Cavasso agent, office 

cor First and Castro 
Contra Costa Laundry, Geo H Hallett, P Bartlett and P E Dalton 

proprs, H E Bartlett manager, SW cor Fourteenth and 

Kirkham, office 867 Broadway 

CONTRA COSTA WATER CO (Contra Costa Co), Henry Pierce 
president, A Chabot vice-president, Wm H Mead secretary, 
office 458 Eighth 

CONTRA COSTA PACKING CO, Rice & White proprietors, stalls 

2, 4 and 6 City Market, 417 Twelfth 
Contreras Fred, driver with E A Brown, res 228 Second 
Contreras Pedro, laborer, res 228 Second 
Convent of Mercy, in charge of Sister Mary De Sales, cor East 

Fifteenth and Fifteenth ave 

CONVENT OF OUR LADY OF THE SACRED HEART, Mother 

J Baptist superior provincial, 1534 Webster cor Twenty-first 
Converse E Mrs, res 126 Ninth 

Converse E C Mrs, propr St Lawrence House, 1305 Broadway 
Conway M, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res Park, Alameda 
Conway Thos, gardener Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland, res 

Linden Lane, North Temescal 
Coogan Timothy C, attorney-at-law, res 178 Tenth 
Cook Andrew, cattle dealer, res 615 East Sixteenth 
Cook A R, clerk with Henry Turn Suden, r s Sixteenth nr Thir- 
teenth ave 
Cook Carroll, attorney-at-law (S F), res 122 Lake 
Cook Chapin C, shoemaker, res 519 Eighth 
Cook Daniel D, rea' estate agent, office and res 467 Ninth 
Cook E, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Cook F H, laundryman, ns Contra Costa Laundry 
Cook Frank, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Cook Geo W, chemist (S F). res 778 Eleventh 



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Cook Geo W Jr, clerk, res 778 Eleventh 
Cook Harriet Mrs, dressmaker, res 1004 Broadway- 
Cook James (Cook & Corder), res 1610 Twelfth 
Cook James M (J M Cook & Co), res 1052 Broadway 
Cook J L, with Board of Harbor Commissioners (S F), res 1266 

Twelfth ave 
COOK J M & CO (J M Cook and P Clark), cigar store and shoot- 
ing gallery, 1052 Broadway 
Cook Joseph E, stock -broker(S F), res 1313 Madison 
Cook Joseph F, porter, res 419 Tenth 
Cook Mary, domestic, 1964 San Pablo ave 
Cook Mattie J Miss, shoefitter, res Clarendon House 
Cook Maud Miss, music teacher, res 1004 Broadway 
Cook N B, carpenter with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res cor Cen- 
tral ave and High, Alameda 
Cook Nellie Miss, assistant teacher Lafayette School, res 778 

Eleventh 
Cook Nellie Miss, res 911 Thirty -fifth 
Cook Oliver, engineer, res 371 Tenth 
Cook Peter, printer (S F), res 1222 Fourteenth 
CookThos, collector with Kohler & Chase, res 1222 Fourteenth 
Cook T M, journalist, res Ross House 

Cook Win F, barkeeper with J W Ballard, res 1713 Chase 
Cook & Corder (James Cook and Thos Win Corder), hides, tallow, 

sheep skins, and tanning, Stock Yards 
Cooke Alice Miss, res 1372 Harrison 
Cooke Frank, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Cooke Frank, apron tender CPRR, res San Francisco 
Cooke W H Rev, clergyman Golden Gate Congregational Church, 

res 925 Thirty-sixth 
Cool Geo W, student with Russell H Cool, res 559 Twenty-second 
COOL RUSSELL H. dentist, Dietz Opera House, res 559 Twenty- 
second 
Coolbauo-h E Mrs, res 1009 Tenth ave 
Coolbrith Ina D Miss, librarian Oakland Library, res 1267 

Webster 
Cooley Alice Kingsbury Mrs, res 1214 Thirtieth 
Cooley Francis M, deput}^ collector Internal Revenue, res 1214 

Thirtieth 
Cooley Herman, civil engineer CPRR, res 1665 Seward 
Cooley Walter W 7 , res 1214 Thirtieth 
Co ilidge Chas A, res 695 Thirty -fourth 
Coolidge Geo W, coffee roaster, res 1003 Chester 
Coolidge J A, res Blake House 

Coolidge Jas C, clerk assessor's office, res 695 Thirty-fourth 
Coolwood Frank De, blacksmith Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
468 A 



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Coon Eva S Miss, actress Tivoli, res San Francisco 

COON MATHEW F, wood engraver (S F), res NE cor Four- 
teenth and Webster 

Cooney Maggie Miss, res 825 Lydia 

Coop Ji hn, carpenter, res 313 Seventh 

Coop Lincoln, laborer with J Hampton & Co, 1600 Telegraph 
ave 

Cooper E T, commission merchant, res 1119 Third ave 

Cooper Francis, teamster with Chas Taylor & Co, res 733 Mag- 
nolia 

Cooper Geo B. fireman CPRR, res 1808 William 

Cooper H O, clerk CPRR, res 857 Myrtle 

Cooper Thos, carpenter, res 836 Twenty-ninth 

Cooper Wm, boilermaker CPRR, res 1816 Seward 

Coots John Mrs, res 672 Twenty-seventh 

Coots John W, plumber, res 672 Twenty-seventh 

Cope Wm H, student, res 1153 Alice 

Copeland Alexander, carpenter, res 1772 Seventh 

Copeland Isaac, conveyancer, res 688 Twenty-fourth 

Copeland Wm, bakery, cor Fifth and Lewis 

Copinus J, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 

COPLIN ALANSON- corsets, ladies' underwear, and children's 
goods, 1171 Broadway, also editor and proprietor Bible 
Christianity and pastor Church of Christ, res 556 Twentieth 

Copp Lincoln J, teamster, res 1512 Broadway 

Copp May Miss, res 1569 New Broadway 

Coppenheim R Mrs, res 527 Twenty-second 

Corant Frank, painter Judson Manufacturing Co, res NW cor 
Park ave and Hubbard 

Corbett James, electric light engineer CPRR, res 163 Seventh 

Corbett James, electric engineer CPRR, res 517 Ninth 

Corbett Sarah, res rear 815 Filbert 

Carbin C Mrs, res 1061 Seventh ave 

Corcoran James, laundryman, res 1378 Ninth 

Corcoran Katie Miss, res 1378 Ninth 

Cordan A R, barber, res 368 East Sixteenth 

Cordan Frank C, barber, baths and branch office San Fran- 
cisco Laundry, 606 East Twelfth, res 368 East Sixteenth 

Cordano Joseph, bootblack, 453 Seventh, res Washington bet 
Third and Fourth 

Corder Lena Miss, res 1610 Twelfth 

Corder Thomas William (Cook & Corder), res 972 Center 

Cordes Anna Miss, teacher, res SW cor Fifth and Kirkham 

Cordes Herman, vinegar manufacturer, res SW cor Fifth and 
Kirkham 

Cordes Herman Jr, clerk, res SW cor Fifth and Kirkham 

Coidiell Thos, capitalist, res 172 Thirteenth 





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Cordray Nephi, farmer, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 
Cordy Geo H, carriage manufacturer (S F), res 1453 Linden 
Corella J L, teacher of languages, 1009 Broadway, res 1019 Fil- 
bert 
Corella J L Mrs, teacher of Spanish and French Hopkins' Acad- 
emy, res 1019 Filbert 
Corey W B, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 

House, Emery Station 
Corey William H, bookkeeper with Bonham Bros, res 760 Sixth 
Corkery Annie, dressmaker, res 1326 Eleventh ave 
Corley S, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res Brooklyn Township 
Corliss Eli M, car repairer CPRR, res 887 Pine 
Cornell Chas, res 710 Filbert 
Cornell Chas E, bookkeeper with Hinckley, Spier & Hayes (S F), 

res 618 East Eighteenth 
Cornell Chas M, carpenter, res 1113 Eighth ave 
Cornell Geo P, detective, res 574 East Fourteenth 
Cornell P M, millwright, res 710 Filbert 
Corner J H, switchman CPRR, 1714 Eighth 
Cornor Chas W, shoemaker, 367 Twelfth, res 810 Jackson 
Cornor Frank, driver Fashion Stable, res 862 Broadway 
Corns Robert, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res 206 Hannah 
Cornwall Ambrose, dentist, 1069 Broadway, res Vernon Heights 
Cornwall Frank, oculist and aurist, office 120 Post (S F), res 615 

Fifteenth 
Cornwall Henry, shoe cutter with Gilbert Pringle (S F), res 1134 

Kirkham 
Cornwell Mrs, res 960 Clay 

Cornwell I H, assistant engineer U S Mint (S F), res 1156 Alice 

Cornwell John, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Rudolph's 
House, Emery Station 

Cornwell N E, plasterer, res 1367 Eleventh 

CORONER W T Hamilton, 466 Thirteenth 

Corothers Mary Mrs, res 860 Clay 

Coroza Manuel, laborer CPRR 

Corran Thomas, laborer CPRR 

Corrigan Daniel, hostler B & P R R, res terminus Webster ave 

Corrigan John S, joiner with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 718 
Chester 

Corsigla Joseph, fruit, 870 Washington 

Cortage Edward L, propr West Oakland Broom Factory, 1667 
William, res same 

Corwin Samuel Mrs, dressmaker, res 947 Campbell 

Cory Nellie Mrs, res 463 Twenty-first 

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Coryell Lottie Miss, compositor Oakland Times Publishing Co, res 

1843 Myrtle 
Cosgriff John, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 1170 Sixteenth 

ave 
Cosgriff Margaret, res 1170 Sixteenth ave 

Cosgrove Andrew P, shoemaker, res Weston ave bet New Broad- 
way and Telegraph ave 
C ^sgrove Arthur, with John Kohler, res Eureka Hotel 
Cosseron Armand, chairmaker with Frank Boccard, res S F 
Cost John, lahorer, res 152 Louisa 
Costa J, laborer CPRR 
Costa Louis, clerk (S F), res 803 Jefferson 
Costa M S, laundryman, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Costello Martin, steward Galindo Hutel, res 2234 Peralta 
Costenbaden John, bartender with William Peru, res 652 Sixth 
COSTENBAUR JOHN J. California Exchange, 461 Tenth 
Costigan James M (Costigan, Cohn & Co), res 1305 Franklin 
Costigan John H, conductor CPRR, res 1046 Peralta 
Cottage Restaurant, Mrs E Deboice propr, 555 Broadway 
Cotter Julia, 967 Cypress 

COTTAGE SAL00N> B G Garon proprietor, wines ; liquors and 

cigars, 553 Broadway 
Cottier William T, inventor, 1073 Market (S F), res 410 Eigh- 
teenth 
Cottier William T, ventilating sewers, etc, res 1520 Broadway 
Cottier William T Jr, plumber, res 1520 Broadway 
Cottle Hannah, res 560 Sycamore 

Cotton Chas E, secretary California Bridge Co, res 546 Thirty- 
fifth 
Cotton C W Mrs, res 546 Thirty-fifth 
Cotton Ernest & Carpenter, 546 Thirty -fifth 
Cotton Frank Edward, carpenter, res 590 Thirty-fifth 
Cotton Jared C, bookkeeper (Sacramento), res 1718 Telegraph 

ave 
Cotton Leandro F, painter, res 714 Castro 
Cottrell Chas B, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res Central Hotel 
Cottrell Henry, bookkeeper (S F), res 1221 Myrtle 
Coude Manuel, laborer, res 960 New 
Coughlan John, blacksmith helper, res 1519 Seventh 
Coughlan Robert, filemaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

O'Neal House, Emery Station 
Coughlin Dennis, milkman, res 771 Eleventh 
Coughlin Jeremiah, hostler McCloud's Stables, res rear 830 Brush 
Coughlin John, blacksmith's helper CPRR shops, res 1719 

Seventh 
Coughlin John J, bookkee; er with De La Montanya, res Claren- 
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Counihin Maggie, domestic, res 1626 Twelfth 

County Clerk and Auditor, Truman H Allen, office Hall of Rec- 
ords 

County Court Commissioner, Frederick E Whitney, office Court 
House, first floor 

County Jail, Washingt >n bet Fourth and Fifth 

County Records, Firman D Hinds, office Hall of Records, res 827 
Castro 

County Superintendent Public Schools, P M Fisher, office Court 
House 

County Surveyor, George L Nuesbaumer, Court House 

County Tax Collector, James A Webster, Court House 

County Treasurer, James A Webster, Court House 

Courant Edward, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 
House, Emery Station 

Court Commissioner, Frederick E Whitney, office Court House, 
first floor 

Court House, w s Broadway bet Fourth and Fifth 

Court Invincible, A O Forresters I O O F Hall 

Court John, hostler with A W Swett, res 1064 Twelfth ave 

Courvoisier A J Miss, teacher of music, res 2041 Linden 

Courvoisier F L Capt, fruit dealer, res 2041 Linden 

Courvoisier M L Miss, res 2041 Linden 

Covell Chas A, pipemaker, res 612 J East Twelfth 

Coveney John, carpenter, res 806 Harrison 

Covert S H, boss painter C P R R, res 559 Sixth 

Cowan David D, ship carpenter, res 1813 William 

Cowen Ewing, house painter, res 727 Lewis 

Cowan Wm H, foreman sash and blind factory East Oakland 
Planing Mill, res 979 East Fourteenth 

Cowan W S, telegraph operator C P R R, res 621 Harrison 

Coward H G, miner, res 1008 Ninth ave 

Coward Mervin G, route agent, res 1008 Ninth ave 

Coward U Miss, res 1008 Ninth ave 

Cowell John, carpenter, res 367 East Eighteenth 

Cowell Richard, carpenter, res 412 East Sixteenth 

Cowell S Mrs, dressmaker, res 412 East Sixteenth 

Cowell Thomas, gardener, res 1656 Thirteenth ave 

Cowen John, painter, res 814 Henry 

Cowley Win A, salesman (S F), res 1713 Seward 

Cox Aaron, seedsman, res 1012 Adeline 

Cox D A Miss, res 1382 Broadway 

Cox George, groceries, 202 B, res 204 B 

Cox George, wood turner Washington Street Planing Mills, res 
204 B 

Cox Julianna T Mrs, physician and surgeon, room 9, 954 Broad- 
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Cox Patrick A (McMillan & Cox), res 837 Market 

Cox Thomas J, conductor CPRR, res 1610 William 

Coxhead Ralph, clerk with H P Gregory & Co (S F), res 674 

Sixteenth 
Coxhead Thomas C, physician, 476 Twelfth, res 674 Sixteenth 
Coyle Daniel, laborer, res Winthrop House, 409 Seventh 
Coyne John, tinsmith (S F), res 571 Tenth 
Coyne Michael, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 825 Chester 
Coyne Patrick, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer; 

House, Emery Station 
Cozzens Jerusha A Mrs, teacher, res 172 Second 
Crabtree Benjamin Mrs, res 1653 Grove 
Crabtree C L, assistant general baggage agent CPRR, res 519J 

Seventeenth 
Craby Thomas, res 807 Willow 

Craddock Charles F, attorney -at-law (S F), res 1268 Webster 
Craddock Jesse H, attorney-at-law (Marysville), res 626 Seven-' 

teenth 
Craft N E, groceries and provisions, 552 and 554 East Twelfth 

res 1009 Tenth ave 
Craib Wm, collector with T H Henderson, res 555 Sixth 
Craig Albert W, photographer (S F), res 310 Third 
Craig Belle, res 1015 Sixth ave 

Craig Hallie, domestic with Mrs Mary A Smith, 1772 Seventh 
Craig Homer A, insurance agent (S F), res 2223 Grove 
Craig Julia A, res 310 Third 

Craig Maggie, laundress, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Craig William, lather, res 829 Sixteenth 
Craig William B, expressman, SE cor Tenth and Broadwav res 

809 Isabella 
CRAIG WILLIAM H, dentist, 1055 Broadway, res 1020 Jefferson 
Craker Judson T, sash and doormaker (S F),'res 1709 Twelfth 
Craley Myron, carpenter, res 271 Fourth 
Cram E G, res 658 Fourteenth 
Cramer Adolph E H, bookkeeper Union Savings Bank, res 1509 

Broadway 
Crandall Henry B, carpenter CPRR, res 1678 Lincoln 
Crandell Benjamin, letter carrier, res 675 East Twenty-fourth 
Crane Addison M, judge Superior Court, Department 1 Court 

House, res 584 Thirty-fifth 
Crane C C, clerk CPRR, office and res 1037 Linden 
Crane Charles W, advertising and purchasing agent (S F), 318 

Pine, res 1059 Poplar 
Crane James E, clerk auditor's department C P R R (S F), res cor 

Eighteenth and San Pablo 
Crane Julia Miss, res 1412 Castro 
Crane S F ; res 1239 Linden 



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Crane Thomas F, brass moulder, res 833 Harrison 

Crane W W Mrs, res 971 Market 

Cranston Robert D, carpenter, res 1466 Fifth 

Cranz Ewald ; clerk with Sherman, Clay & Co (S F), res 869 

Campbell 
Cranz Ferdinando, professor of music, res 869 Campbell 
Crase James, foreman construction train C P R R, res 1421 

Twelfth 
Craven Alfred, civil engineer, res 1267 Clay 

Craven Andrew F ; principal Durant School, res 435 Hawthorne ave 
Craven Louis S, bookkeeper Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1315 

Myrtle 
Crawford Arthur W, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mill, res 

404 Fifth 
Crawford Frank engineer steamer Columbia, res 1521 Ninth 
Crawford T Mrs, assistant Tompkins School, res 1165 Wash- 
ington 
Crawford R C, brakeman C P R R, res 1551 Seventh 
Crawford R C Mrs, bakery and confectionery, res 1551 Seventh 
Crawford T O, principal Lincoln Grammar School, res 1165 

Washington 
Crebbin John (Crebbin & Walker), res 1011 Webster 
Crebbin & Walker (John Crebbin and George W Walker), Pacific 

Restaurant, 469 Eleventh 
Creed William H, attorney-at-law, res 541 Twenty-first 
Cregwell Mabel C, domestic, 658 Fourteenth 
Crellin John (Morgan & Co, S F), res 1061 Oak 
Crellin Thomas (Morgan & Co, S F), res 1364 Broadway 
Crellin Thomas A, clerk, res 1061 Oak 
Cremor Thomas, caulker C P R R Ship Yard 
Creque Frederick F, postal clerk office of superintendent of mail 

service, res 613 Sixteenth 
Cridge A D, printer with Winchester & Pew, res 810 Webster 
CRIPPS HENRY T> saloon, 850 Franklin, res same 
Criss Emanuel, laborer, C P R R Yards, res Chester 
Crissinger P B, engineer, res 363 East Fifteenth 
Crist Adolph, student, res cor East Fourteenth and Twenty-first 

ave 
Crist George F (Crist & Co), proprietors Brooklyn Tannery, res 

cor East Fourteenth and Twenty-first ave 
Crist Rudolph F, bookkeeper with Crist & Co, res cor East Four- 
teenth and Twenty-first ave 
Crist & Co (George F Crist, Henry Derby, and J C Rued), proprs 

Brooklyn Tannery 
Crittenden James L, attorney-at-law, 240 Montgomery (S F), res 

1 533 San Pablo ave 
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Crocker Frank E, salesman wiih Henry Schellhaas, res 408 Ninth 

Crocker Geo D, mining (S F), res 1122 Chestnut 

Crocker Winslow, res 813 Fourteenth 

Crofford Arthur \V, carpenter, res 404 Fifth 

Crofoot William, machinist, res 663 Third 

Croft R C, grocer, res 1009 Tenth ave 

Croke James, groceries, wines and liquors, res 1701 Adeline 

Croll John G (Oroll & Becht), res 360 Seventh 

Croll & Becht (John Croll and George J Becht), proprs U P Res- 
taurant, Seventh Street nr Broadway 

Crompton Elizabeth Mrs, res 718 Second 

Crompton Robert, patternmaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
1561 Myrtle 

Crompton Sarah Mrs, groceries, liquors, etc, SW cor Myrtle and 
Twenty-fourth 

Cronan Annie Miss, dressmaker, res 561 East Fifteenth 

Cronan Ellen, res 561 East Fifteenth 

Cronan Hannah, domestic, res 1571 Seventh ave 

Cronan J, laborer C P R R 

Cronin Daniel, stoker Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, res 1212 Thir- 
teenth ave 

Cronin Dennis, carriage washer with K Glover, res 967 Fifth 

Cronin John F, clerk San Francisco Laundry, res 967 Fifth 

Cronin Stephen D, liquor saloon, 422 Eighth, res 709 Fifth 

Cronkrite John W, shoemaker, SW cor Twentieth and Grove 

Cronly Maria Mrs, res 829 Oak 

Cropley Simmons, expressman, res 1020 Twenty-fourth 

Cropper William L, carpenter with G A Kirk, res 1511 Brush 

Crosby John B, porter C P R R, res 1009 Seventh 

Crosby Thomas, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 811 Willow 

Cross Ada Miss, res 2056 Union 

Cross Betsey, res 1724 Eighth 

Crossland John, carpenter, res 768 Pine 

Crossman Coui tland D, carpenter, res 1228 Twelfth ave 

Crossman John, foreman CPRR Yards, res 1621 Taylor 

Crosson J, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1260 West 

Crosson James, clerk C P RR Co, res 1260 West 

Crotty Mary, res 722 Second 

Crouch Elisha, farmer, res 1001 Seventh ave 

CROUCH JAMES H. physician and surgeon, office 8 
way, rooms 1 and 2, res same 

Crouch M A Mrs, res 668 Fourteenth 

Crow I P, wholesale butcher, res 1320 Chestnut 

Crow Wm, butcher (Alameda), res 955 East Twelfth 

Crow Wm, laborer, res 923 Fifth 

Crowell Eugene E, clerk, res 1465 Ninth 

Crowley Chas C, insurance agent, res 1437 San Pablo ave 



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CROWLEY DANIEL (Burtchaell & Crowley), res 670 Sycamore 
Crowley Daniel, car repairer C P R R Yards, res 214 Hollis 
Crowley Daniel, plumber, res 670 Sycamore 
Crowley D D, surgeon, office California Medical College, res 

Arlington House 
Crowley Florence, brakeman CPKR, res 722 Linden 
Crowley John, fireman CPRR, res 1662 Third 
Crowley Miss K, with Mrs E Fant, res 920 Linden 
Crowley Michael, laborer, res 1920 Linden 
Cruff Thomas H, bookkeeper, res 602 Sixteenth 
Cruft John, professor of music, res 721 Sixth 
Crum Casper C, upholsterer CPRR, res 1769 Eighth 
Cruse Wm, superintendent planing mill, B and B department, C 

P R R, res 1722 Chase 
Cruser Geo E, porter CPRR, res 831 Cedar 
Cruz Antone, laborer CPRR, res Alameda 
Cruz Henry, sea captain, res 674 Twenty-seventh 
Cruz Henry J, printer, res 674 Twenty-seventh 
Cruz Joseph B, plumber with J A C MacDonald, 1365 Broadway, 

res Day House, cor Eleventh and Washington 
Cuddy John, printer Tribune, res 1064 Willow 
Cuff Chas, cash boy with M. H Coffee, res Berkeley 
Cuff Thos, road overseer, res Alcatraz ave nr Humboldt 
Cuff Thos Jr, plumber, res Alcatraz ave nr Humboldt ave 
Culhane Edward, plumber, res 751 Willow 
Culhane Mrs J A, groceries, NW cor Pacific and Willow, res 

same 
Culhane James, clerk with Mrs J A Culhane, res 751 Willow 
Cullen Edward, shoemaker, res 1173 Thirty-sixth 
Cullen John, helper CPRR Yards, res 173 Eighth 
Cullen Thos, machinist CPRR, res 1717 Eighth 
Cullen Jane, domestic, 304 Tenth 
Cully Samuel, sea captain, res 926 Pine 
Culver Edwin S, business manager Bleeder and Sportsman, res 

2117 Adeline 
Cumberson Wm, machinist, res 1074 Wood 
dimming G G (J K Smallman & Co), res 1214 Tenth ave 
Cumming James, gardener, res Temescal bet Telegraph ave and 

. New Broadway 
Cumming James B, carpenter and builder, res 245 Louisa 
Cumming Wm G, baggage master, Sixteenth Street Station, C P 

R R, res 1730 Eighth 
Cummings A G Mrs, res 1305 Franklin 
Cummings Anna Mrs, res 1157 Market 
Cummings A P, res 916 Center 
Cummings C C, janitor Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, 

cor Fifteenth and Clay 



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Cummings Celia, domestic Capitol House, 552 Broadwa}' 

Cummings Duncan W, mining, res 769 East Fourteenth 

Cummings Geo G, grocer, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Cummings Josie, domestic, 1019 Linden 

Cummings Theodore B, bookkeeper, res 833 Market 

Cummings Thos J, butcher, 1665 San Pablo ave, res 1518 
Curtis 

Cummings Win G, baggage master CPRR, res NE cor Eighth 
and Wood 

Cundy Manuel, laborer CPRR 

Cuneo Joseph, cart driver, res 621 Filbert 

Cunniff Catherine Miss, assistant ticket agent S P C R R. 
Seventh and Webster Station, res 1117 Twentieth ave 

Cunniff John, res cor Fourteenth and Twentieth ave 

Cunniff Joseph, bartender with John Rowe, res 1117 Twentieth 
ave 

Cunning Thos H, railroad employe, res 1871 Goss 

Cunningham G U (Beharrell & Co), res 339 East Twelfth 

Cunningham J, ship carpenter CPRR Yard 

Cunningham J A Mrs (Burke & Cunningham), res SW cor Wash- 
ington and Eighth 

Cunningham James, ship carpenter, res 1500 Fifth 

Cunningham John, laborer with J C Estey, res Banner House 

Cunningham Joseph, yardman CPRR, res 1115 Campbell 

Cunningham Joseph A, brakeman CPRR, res SW cor Wash- 
ington and Eighth 

Cunningham Joseph G, brakeman S P C R R, res 713 Lewis 

Cunningham M C Mrs, millinery and cloaks, 925 Broadway, res 
967 Washington 

Cunningham Owen, laborer, res 925 Adeline 

Cunningham Thos A, livery stable, 1368 Broadway, res 2124 
Elm 

Cuopius J Jr, brakeman CPRR, res 1223 Pierce (S F) 

Curby C E, agent Drummond Tobacco Co of St Louis (S F), res 
224 Ninth 

Curley James, plumber, res cor Forty-fifth and Grove, Temescal 

Curley Patrick C, laborer, res SW cor Forty-fifth and Grove, 
Temescal 

Curly Mary, domestic, 1081 Twelfth 

Curran L S Mrs, groceries, SE cor Willow and Lincoln, res 
same 

Curran Philip, section foreman CPRR, res 735 Willow 

Curran Robt, res 1504 Third 

Curran Robt E, dyer, res 612 Fifth 

Curran Thos, laborer, res 1504 Third 

Currier E H Mrs, res 1917 Myrtle 

Curry David, tinner, res 414 Fourteenth 



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Curry Edward, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res Fifth bet 

Jones and Page, West Berkeley- 
Curry Frank, laborer, res 850 Franklin 
Curry John, porter U S Mint (S F), res 411 Seventh 
Curtin David, laborer, res 1020 Twelfth 
Curtin Emma Miss, teacher telegraphy Oakland Business College, 

res 817 Jackson 
Curtin Jeremiah, operator Jute Mills, res 1020 Twelfth 
Curtin John, milk ranch, res San Pablo bet Thirty-sixth and 

Thirty-seventh 
Curtis Harvey, res Kohler-Chase House, 953J Washington 
Curtis James A, stableman, 367 Eleventh, 
Curtis J M, saw filer (S F), res 1407 Twelfth 
Curtis John, mining expert res 1261 Brush 
Curtis Marshall, res 779 Sixth 
Curtis Murray, dry goods (S F), res 779 Sixth 
Curtis W F, capitalist, res 1032 Linden 
Curtis Winfield, miner, res 779 Sixth 
Curtiss Gilbert L, farmer, res 1626 Twelfth 
Curvan James, painter, res 408 Thirteenth 
Cushing Chas H, secretary State Investment Insurance Co (S F), 

res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Cushing Chas H J r, student, res 1591 Telegraph ave 
Cushing Clara J, res Welldon House 
Cushing John, drayman, res 729 Fifth 
CUSHING JOHN (J Cushing & Co), res 1228 Franklin 
Cushing John M, collector CPRR, res 1669 Thirteenth 
Cushing Simeon M, clerk, res 812 Lewis 
CUSHING & CO (John Cushing and H Spencer), groceries and 

provisions, 478 and 480 Ninth 
Cusick John, laborer (S F), res 1564 Chestnut 
Cusick Richard, laborer, res 959 Third 
Custer Win A, clerk CPRR, res 1670 Taylor 
Cuthbert Thos W, clerk with Smith & Butler, res Fruit Vale 
Cuthbertson Walter J, architect, res 824 Twenty-eighth 
Cutter A Mrs, res Ross House 

Cutter Aaron, ship master, res 1403 Thirteenth ave 
Cutter E W, tinsmith (S F), res 1364 Eleventh 
Cutting Francis, Cutting Packing Co (S F), res 1405 Alice 
Cuvellier Bernard C, clerk with James De Fremery & Co (S F), 

410 Battei-y, res Ponlar bet Fourteenth and Sixteenth 
Cuvreau Ernest, gardener, res 758 Jefferson 
Cuvreau Louis, gardener, res 758 Jefferson 



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Dabilla Bibiano, teamster, res Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Dabner Chas S, laborer, res 654 Jackson 
Dabney Garland A, inventor, res 1214 Clay 
Dabney Leander A, salesman, res 1214 Clay 
Dabney Masse y W, blacksmith, res 1214 Clay 
Dabney N R Mrs, dressmaker, res 1214 Cla}' 
Dabney Robt J, car repairer C P R R Yards, res 1214 Clay 
Dady M F Miss, clerk Palace Dye Works, res San Francisco 
Dagels D & Co (D Dagels and Chas H Kreutzfeldt), groceries and 

provisions, foreign and domestic wines and liquors, NW cor 

Fifth and Lewis 
Daggart H W B, driver, res 1777 East Fifteenth 
Daggett H W, gardener, res 1351 Fourth ave 
Daggett Hiram W, res 264 East Fifteenth 
Daggett John, Lieuteuant-Governor of California, and mining 

superintendent, 317 Pine (S F), res 1058 Kirkham 
Daggett Louisa, res 264 East Fifteenth 
Dagnan Austin, cook O'Neal Hotel, res San Francisco 
Dagnan Michael, coachman with S B McKee, res 1005 Seventh 
Dahl Louise, domestic, 942 Linden 
Dahl Theodore, sailmaker (S F), res 1625 Market 
Dahlen Anna M, res 1508 Brush 
Dahlgren Carl, artist, res 1018 East Sixteenth 
Dahlgren Marius, artist, res 1018 East Sixteenth 
Dahm Georgiana Mrs, res 767 Eighteenth 
Dahnke Fred, millwright, res Eureka Hotel, SW cor Seventh 

and Washington 
Dailey Peter J, cigars and tobacco, 1762| Seventh, res 827 Wood 
"DAILY AND WEEKLY VIDETTE," Leroy W Allum editor and 

proprietor 
Daisley John, trunkmaker Union Box Factory (S F), res 663 

Nineteenth 
Daisley John Mrs, dressmaker, res 663 Nineteenth 
Daisy Jerome, deputy sheriff, res East Eighteenth bet Second and 

Fourth aves 
Dakes Harry R, carriage painter, res 1684 William 
Dakes Richard H, carriage painter with C C BufFett, res 1684 

William 
Daley Dennis, laborer C P R R, res 1721 Atlantic 



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Daley Ellen Mrs, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 

Daley Kate, domestic, 154 Lake 

Daley Mary Miss, cook with Golden & Stone, res 653 Washing- 
ton 

Dall Christopher C, master mariner, res 416 Seventeenth 

Dallam Aquilla P, merchant, res 1118 Brush 

Dallam Richard B (Armes & Dallam), res 1258 Grove 

Dallas James L, employe C P R R (S F), res 1383 Broadway 

Dallas Sacramento Miss, res 1363 Madison 

Dallimore Win J, pound master, res 968 Thirty-fifth 

Dalmas Chas, cooper with G W Dalmas, res 755 Webster 

Dalmas Geo W, propr Oakland Cooper Shop, 652 and 654 Broad- 
way, res 755 Webster 

Dalmas Wm B, cooper with G W Dalmas, res 755 Webster 

Dal ton Frank N(HN Dal ton & Sons), res 977 Pine 

Dalton H N & Sons (Henry N, Frank N and Henry P Dalton), 
manufacturers of agricultural implements, cor Cedar and 
Seward 

Dalton Henry N (H N Dalton & Sons), res 977 Pine 

Dalton Henry P (H N Dalton & Sons), res 977 Pine 

Dalton John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1215 Kirk- 
ham 

Dalton Michael, laborer, res 1014 Willow 

Dalton Patrick E, with Contra Costa Laundry Association, res 
915 Jackson 

Dalton Wm, laborer, res 1014 Willow 

Daly Ann, res 626 Third 

Daly Mary A, nurse maid, 1414 Harrison 

Daly Maurice, blacksmith with H Frazer, res 56 Broadway 

Dalv Richard, laborer, res 869 Twenty-second 

Dalziel Alex S, tinsmith with Dalziel '& Moller, res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel Andrew, bookkeeper with Dalziel & Moller, res 522 
Fifteenth 

DALZIEL JAMES> proprietor Pioneer Stove Store, 1465 San 
Pablo ave, res 762 Fifteenth 

Dalziel Robt (Dalziel & Moller), res 522 Fifteenth 

Dalziel & Moller (Robt Dalziel and Wm Moller), stoves, tinware, 
and plumbers, 1151 Broadway 

Darn Cleveland L, bookkeeper (S F), res 493 Twenty-third 

Dam Cyrus, bridge builder, res 718 Market 

Dam Lucy E Mrs, res 493 Twenty-third 

Dam Samuel, res 710 Market 

Dam Wm H, engineer, res 718 Market 

Damas Frances W, teacher languages St Joseph's Academy, res 
765 Jackson 

Dames Wm, agent Boca Brewing Co (S F), res 833 Madison 

Damkohler Bruno, driver B & P R R, res terminus Webster ave 



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Damnitz Gustavus (Selna & Damnitz), res 1015 Webster 

Damon Geo F, ship caulker, res 817 Castro 

Damon James E, real estate agent (S F), res 770 Fourteenth 

Damon Lizzie C Miss, teacher music, re.s 770 Fourteenth 

Dand John, carpenter, us 1722 Chase 

Danforth E E, railway mail service, res 1113 Broadway 

Danforth E L Mrs, res 1257 Filbert 

Danforth Geo S, bench hand Pioneer Planing Mill, res 1G2 East 

Ninth 
Daniels Arthur F, salesman, res 1237 San Pablo ave 
Daniels G B (G B Daniels & Co), res cor John and Howe 
DANIELS G B & CO C B and S F Daniels), stationery, jewelry, 

and picture frame.-, 1001 Broadway 
Daniels S F (G B Daniels & C<»), police judge, res Avenue House 
Dann Frederick P Jr, res 922 Thirty-fourth 
Dannaker Wm Mrs, res 1012 Third 
Danworth Edward, res Erie House, 1113 Broadway 
D'Arcy Jeremiah, machinist, res 234 Hannah 
Darfler Joseph, res 753 East Fourteenth 

Dargie Annie R Miss, assistant Lincoln School, res 864 Peralta 
Dargie John, cashier Tribune Publishing Co, res 864 Peralta 
DARGIE THOS T, secretary Tribune Publishing Co, res 938 

Filbert 
DARGIE WM E> postmaster Oakland Post-office and manager 

Tribune Publishing Co, junction Broadway and San Pablo 

ave, res 938 Filbert 
Darling A W, carpenter, res Spring nr Adeline, Temescal 
Darling Zoe E Miss, res Spring nr Adeline, Temescal 
Darmstadter Wm, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 259 B 
Darnal Annie E Mrs. res 1565 New Broadway 
Darr Ida Miss, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 1067 

Castro 
Darrah Dennis, baker with Thomas Bros, res 489 Twenty-fourth 
Darrali Mary Miss, res 489 Twenty-fourth 
Darrow M E Mrs, res 1156 Alice 

Dart Albert M, copvist with W R Davis, res,1954 Webster 
Dart H is'Mrs, res 1129 Myrtle 
Darvil'Serrafinn S, lumberman, res 634 Jackson 
DASHAWAY STABLES. Sackrider & Chisholm proprietors, 370 

Eleventh 
Dauriac Joseph J, groceries, SE cor Sixteenth and Grove, res 

619 Sixteenth 
Dauriac J J Jr, clerk with J J Dauriac, res 619 Sixteenth 
David Jules, commission broker (S F), res 1457 Eighth 
Davidson James 1), locksmith, res 811 Willow 
Davidson Joseph, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good 

Cheer House, Emery Station 




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Davies Albeit H M, boxniaker, res 1018 Wood 

Davies Edward A, ropemaker, res 1811 Grove 

DAVIES J M, general agent Overland Short Line.. Chicago and 
Northwestern Railway, office NE cor Broadway and Seventh, 
and 2 New Montgomery, under Palace Hotel (S F), res cor 
Sixth ave and Sixteenth 

Davis Abraham, furniture, res 718 Broadway 

Davis A H, builder and contractor, res 902 East Twenty-first 

Davis A J, conductor CPE R, res San Jose 

Davis Albert G (A G Davis & Co), res 805 Clay 

Davis Alfred L, blacksmith, res 512 East Fifteenth 

Davis A G & Co (Albeit G Davis), agent State Investment and 
Insurance Co, 462 Eighth 

Davis Andrew L, carpenter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
Randlett House 

Davis Barthy, compositor Oakland Times, res NW cor Twenty- 
seventh and Grove 

Davis Chas B, caulker CPRR Yard, res 913 Kirkham 

Davis Chas, carpenter, res 617 Tenth 

Davis Chas E, res 920 Brush 

Davis Edmund S, res 769 Eighth 

Davis Fannie V Mrs, school teacher, res 1405 Brush 

Davis Francis E, physician and surgeon, office 854| Broadway, 
room 4, res same 

Davis Frank, bookkeeper (S F), res 372 East Eleventh 

Davis Frederick A, bookkeeper, res 769 Eighth 

DAVIS FRED W, blacksmith, 1054 Sixth ave, res 512 East Fif- 
teenth 

Davis Geo, teamster with E B Dean & Co, res 604 Brush 

DAVIS GEO A J» choice foreign and domestic groceries, 919 
Washington, res 537 Thirty-fifth 

Davis Geo E, carpenter, res Sunnyside House, cor Thirteenth and 
Harrison 

Davis Geo E (Davis & Look;, res 1322 Twelfth ave 

Davis Granville, shoemaker, res 573 Eighth 

Davis H& Co (Harris Davis and Julius Coleman), I X L Auction 
House, 810-818 Broadway 

Davis H, carpenter CPRR Yards, res West Oakland House 

Davis Harris (H Davis & Co), res 814 Broadway 

Davis Harry W, horseshoer with M Ryan, res 512 East Fifteenth 

Davis H B, ship caulker, res 924 Thirty sixth 

Davis H C, dentist, office 131 Post (S F), res 511 Seventeenth 

Davis Henry, engineer CPRR, res 1762 William 

Davis H T, clerk CPRR, res 206 Third (S F) 

Davis J, teamster, res cor Adeline and Stanley, Temescal 

Davis James, clerk with Henry May, res cor Twenty-seventh and 
Grove 



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Davis James, butcher, res NW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove 

Davis James, stableman, res 1368 Broadway 

Davis Jennie Miss, res 974 Thirty-fifth 

Davis John, car cleaner SPCRK 

Davis John A J, joiner CPRR Ship Yards, res 834 Cedar 

Davis J H, butcher, res 1003 Fifth 

Davis John, engineer, res NW cor Twenty-seventh and Grove 

Davis John, farmer, res 974 Thirty-fifth 

Davis John, res cor Mono ave and McCall, Temescal 

Davis John Jr, res 974 Thirty-fifth 

Davis John M, general western ticket agent C & N WRR, res 
1303 Sixth ave 

Davis John R, employe S P C R R, res 1273 Ninth ave 

Davis J T, laborer with J A Carlton, res 1307 Telegraph ave 

Davis Julia, domestic, 1120 Peralta 

Davis Maggie Miss, res 403 East Fourteenth 

Davis Manuel, laborer CPRR 

Davis M E Mrs, ladies' nurse, res Claremont ave, Temescal 

Davis Paul P Capt, teacher of English and elocution California 
Military Academy, res Telegraph and Prospect ave 

Davis R A Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 

Davis R H, commercial traveler, res 354 East Seventeenth 

Davis R T, lather, res 1358 Fifteenth 

Davis Samuel S, porter, res 1823 Adeline 

Davis Sidney E, carpenter, res 1366 San Pablo ave 

Davis Sumner, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res San 
Pablo Station 

Davis Thomas, upholsterer, res 573 Eighth 

Davis Walter, res 924 Thirty-sixth 

Davis William b, conductor S P C R R Co, res 1006 Webster 

Davis William H, clerk with Christian Schreiber, res 409 
Twelfth 

Davis Wm, res 511 Seventeenth 

Davis Wm, wood turner Pioneer Planing Mills, res Eureka Hotel 

Davis Win H, insurance agent State investment insurance Co, 
462 Eighth, res 805 Clay 

Davis Wm N, manager with Kellett & McMurray, res 1507 Broad- 
way 

DAVIS WM R, attorney -at-law, 957 Broadway, rooms 12 and 13, 
res 514 Eighteenth 

Davis & Look (Geo E Davis and Chas R Look), manufacturers 
Golden Gate Incubator, 553 East Twelfth 

Davison Chas, plumber with L W Moran & Galavan, res 1200 
Seventh 

Davison Chas. plumber with Hahn and extraman Oakland En- 
gine Co No 3, res No 3 Engine House, Eighth 

Davison Chas, upholsterer, res 353 Seventh 



UKLMU BREWERY, 

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Davison Daniel C, janitor First Baptist Church,res 759 Sixteenth 

Davison Douglas, blacksmith, res 1200 Seventh 

Davison Frank L, waiter, res 759 Sixteenth 

Davison James, carpenter, res 739 Lewis 

Davison Lincoln (Davison Bros), res 1200 Seventh 

Davison Milton C, printer with D W Gelwicks, res 759 Six- 
teenth 

Davison Wm G (Davison Bros), res 200 Seventh 

Davison Bros (Lincoln and Wm G Davison), blacksmiths, 1724 
Seventh 

Davisson Robert G, res 1227 Third ave 

Davner Frank, sacksewer, res 142 Ettie 

Daw John, bookkeeper (S F), res 710 Ninth 

Dawes Julia Miss, res 655 Jefferson 

Dawson E A. Mrs, dressmaker, res 910 Clay 

Dawson Edmund, traveling salesman, res Blake House 

Day Hattie, res 1671 Lincoln 

Day John, yardmaster C P R R, res 1715 William 

Day John E, yardmaster C P R R, res 1786 Seventh 

Day John G, porter C P R R, res 1635 Adeline 

Day Lot Mrs, lodgings, res 503 Eleventh 

Day Samuel M (Glosser & Day), res 1754 Seventh 

Dayton Geo L, clerk C P R R Co, res 577 Twelfth 

Dayton J B, carriage material, res 577 Twelfth 

Dayton John, brakeman C P R R, res 1727 Goss 

Dayton Jeremiah B, lumber (S F), res 577 Twelfth 

Dean C A Miss, saleslady with McKenzie & Co, res 853 Myrtle 

Dean Chas C, canner, res 1325 Jackson 

Dean Elisha B (E B Dean & Co), res 1219 Grove 

Dean E B & Co (E B Dean, C H Merchant and D Wilcox), lum- 
ber yard, foot of Market 

Dean Edgar W, bookkeeper with E B Dean & Co, res 1219 
Grove 

Dean Elisha H, machinist C P R R, res 1204 Fourteenth 

Dean Geo, res 860 Clay 

Dean Geo, helper C P R R Yards, res 1204 Fourteenth 

D an James B, fruit canner, res 1325 Jackson 

Dean Samuel C, bookkeeper with E B Dean & Co, res 1219 
Grove 

Dean Thos R, miner (Arizona Territory), res 678 Twenty-fourth 

Dean William W, engineer C PR R, res 1206 Eighth 

D< an Coll, broker (S F), res NE cor Webster and Twenty-sec- 
ond 

Dearborn Chas W. note teller Oakland Bank of Savings, res 825 
Seventeenth 

Dearborn Daniel G, res 428 East Twenty-third 

Dearborn G W, bookkeeper (S F), res 428 East Twenty-third 



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3S Geary St., S. F„ and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



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Dearborn John A, reporter, res 2157 Chestnut 

5 ea o, n ? i rthur G ' en g' n eer CPRR, res 1666 Eighth 

De Blow Silas, bridge builder SPRR, res SW cor Twelfth and 

Willow 

Deboice Elizabeth Mrs, propr Cottage Restaurant, 555 Broadway 

res same 
Decamp John P, cigarmaker, res 607 Sixth 
De Castilla A, res 683 Twenty-sixth 

^ ?IM!i FERNANDO- cigar manufacturer, 854 Broadway, res ' 
322 Sixth J 

Decker Geo A, carpenter, res cor San Pablo ave and Forty-ninth 
lemescal 

DECKER MARTIN L livery and boarding stables 411 Thir- 
teenth, res 1507 Broadway 

De Cleer Chas, tailor, res 974 Seventh 

De Cleer Frank, tailor, res 974 Seventh 

De Cora Elizabeth Miss, assistant ticket agent Broadway Depot 
C P R R, res 957 Castro 

Dederer Jennie S, res 1728 Twelfth 

Dee Thos J, driver with W T Hamilton, res 466 Thirteenth 

Deemar Edward J, driver Brooklyn Lumber Yard, res cor 
Nineteenth and Twelfth aves 

Deemar Jacob, teamster, res 1451 Twelfth ave 

Deering Henry, tailor with Brown & McKinnon, res 1020 Broad- 
way 

Deering Isaac, carpenter, res 673 East Nineteenth 

De Forest Geo C, millwright, res 717 Twelfth 

De Fremery Wra C B (James De Fremery & Co, S F), res Pros- 
pect ave, east of Broadway 

Degen L P, leather belting manufacturer (S F), res 1375 
Sixteenth 

Degen Phillip, bookkeeper with H Fiege, res 223 Sixth 

Degen Sophie, domestic, 1023 Linden 

Degnan Mary Miss, res 491 Twenty-fifth 

Degnan Thos, carpenter, res 491 Twenty-fifth 

De Golia Darwin, switch tender, res 300 Alice 
De Golia D Curtis, bridge tender Alice Street. Bridge, res 300 
Aliee 

DE GOLIA GEO E (Robinson & De Golia), and deputy district 

attorney, 1003i Broadwav, res Vernon Heights 
Degori Lucinda Mrs, res 1056 'Third 
Deguzee Carl W, seafaring, res 717 Center 
Deguzee Caroline Miss, res 717 Center 
Deidrich Chris, nailer, res Overland House 
Deidrick Augustus A, house mover, res 760 Seventeenth 
Deike Frederick, butcher, res 674 East Sixteenth 
Deike Gustave, carpenter, res 615 East Twelfth 

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Deike Maria, res 674 East Sixteenth 

Deike Wm, propr East Oakland Hotel, 579 and 581 East Twelfth, 

res same 
De Jarley Geo, painter, res 752 Willow 
De Laguna Wm, carpet layer with McGovern & Cahill, res Kelsey 

House 
Delahanty Daniel H, upholsterer, res 855 Clay 
Delahanty John H, city editor Oakland Times, res 855 Clay 
Delahanty Michael, capitalist, res 855 Clay 
DE LA MONTANYA MATHEW, ranges, stoves, tinware, etc, 

plumber and gasfitter, 465 Eleventh, res 656 Sixth 
De Lancey John, shoemaker with Wm H Nolan, res 711 

Nineteenth 
De Lancey Stone, traveling saleinan, res Centennial House 
Delaney Andy, bartender with John Scanlon, res Winthrop 

House 
Delaney Annie, domestic, 1103 Filbert 
Delaney Annie, domestic, 482 Edwards 
Delaney James, laborer, res 1463 Third 
Delaney John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Delaney May Miss, glovemaker, res 601 Franklin 
De Laney Peter, coachman, res 1339 Alice 
Delaney Wm, miner, res cor Todd and Paradise, Temescal 
Delano G W, caulker C P R R Yard 
Delclaux B J, merchant tailor, 972 Eighth 
De Leo de Laguna Alexander, propr Kelsey House, 1635-1699 

Telegraph ave 
De Leo de Laguna Wm, clerk with McGovern & Cahill, res 

Kelsey House 
De Los Casas Joseph, attorney -at-law, res Erie House, 1113 

Broadway 
Delgardo Don Pedro, res 572 Tenth 
Delger Block, w s Broad way bet Ninth and Tenth 
Delger Edward F, res 524 Frederick 
Delger Frederick, capitalist, res 524 Frederick 
Delhorn Ernestine Mrs, dressmaker, 467 Sixth, res same 
Delmore James, joiner CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Delous Geo W, caulker, res 1756 Seventh 
Delp J J, furniture, res 570 Thirty-fifth 
Delucchi Luigi, laborer, res Humboldt ave nr Merced ave 
Demarais Geo, engineer Oakland Engineer Co No 3, res 1715 

Goss 
Demarais Geo, carriage painter, 816 Wood, res 1715 Goss 
DE MARCH MARIE res 603 Franklin 
Deme Laura Miss, dressmaker, res 866 Lydia 
Deme Magdalena, res 866 Lydia 



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OAKLAND. 



197 



Demeres Napoleon, blacksmith, res Blair's Ranch, Piedmont 

Demetri John, peanuts, SW cor Broadway and Tenth, res 415 
Seventh 

Deming Sarah W Mrs, propr Welldon House, 476 Twelfth, res 
478 Twelfth 

Demorest Alice Mrs, groceries and liquors, NE cor Thirty-fourth 
and Peralta 

Demorest David, butcher, res NE cor Thirty-fourth and Peralta 

Dempsey Henry, butcher, res 11 18 Center 

Dempsey John, boss spinner California Hosiery Co, res 717 
Sixth 

Dempsey Patrick, carpenter, re> 1463 Seventh 

Denahy Daniel, laborer Contra Costa Water Co, res 612 Ade- 
line 

Denahy John, laborer Pacific Nail Works, res 612 Adeline 

Denaut Erenne, groceries and liquors, 679 Sixth, res same 

Denin Daniel, car driver (S F), res 218 Fifth 

Denis W H, brakeman CPRR, res 1787 Seventh 

Denison A A, journalist, res Avenue House 

Denison Eli S, general news agent CPRR, res 953 Eighth 

Denison Harry, res 953 Eighth 

Denison L L, student, res Avenue House 

Denison L W, student, res Avenue House 

DENISON I (O I Denison & Co), res 1273 San Pablo ave 

Denison W B, conductor, res Avenue House 

DENISON I &. CO (O I Denison), real estate agents, 952 
Broadway 

Dennan John, laborer, res 818 Twenty-first 

Dennen A M, shipping clerk CPRR, res 833 Willow 

Dennen J, laborer CPRR 

Denney Jerry, helper CPRR Yards 

Dennis Wm, teamster with L Jaffe, res 812 Franklin 

Dennis Wm H, conductor CPRR, res 1787 Seventh 

Dennison W E, general manager Continental Oil and Transporta- 
tion Co, res 552 Sycamore 

Dennison Wm, car driver Fourteenth Street Railroad, NW cor 
Fourteenth and Center 

Denny Bros (James and Jeremiah Denny), plumbers and gas- 
fitters, cor Seventh and Center 

Denny James (Denny Bros), 1359 Seventeenth 

Denny Jeremiah (Denny Bi'os), res 1359 Seventeenth 

Denny M E Mrs, artist, res 946 Thirty-fourth 

Dent Frank, assistant superintendent Monterey Water Works, res 
1222 Magnolia 

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Wm O Thrailkill M S, M D, D D S, editor and proprietor, 
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De Pass James, porter CPRR office, res Summer nr Adeline 

Depoy James A, carpenter, res 613 Seventeenth 

De Pue E J, carriage and wagonmaker, blacksmithing, etc, 1321 

Telegraph ave, res 1316 Telegraph ave 
Depue Frank H, riding teacher, res 508h Fifteenth 
De Pue James (De Pue & Graham), res 1316 Telegraph ave 
Deputy County Clerks, Wm R Thomas, Thos C Morris, John 
Martens, Alex Hirschberg, Chas T Boardman, Louis B Red- 
man, Win S O'Brien, Melville L Rawson 
Deputy County Recorder, Wm B Hamilton, office Hall of Records, 

res 1271 Jackson 
Deput}^ County Recorder, Robert B S York, office Hall of 

Records, res 530 Thirty-fifth 
Derby D B, dealer in fruit trees, res 955 Jefferson 
Derby Henry J (Crist & Co), res 865 East Fifteenth 
Derby John S, tanner with G F Crist & Co, res 861 East 

Twelfth 
Derby Richard, bookkeeper CPRR, res 1365 Market 
Derham John, hostler with E H Pardee, res 672 Eleventh 
Derham Nellie, domestic, 1020 Fourteenth 
Dermedy Lottie Mrs, res 1815 Taylor 

Dermot John, employe CPRR, res Erie House, 1113 Broad- 
way 
Dervin Annie, domestic, 1132 Linden 
Dervin V, laborer CPRR 

Des Comers Chas, fireman CPRR, res 371 Third 
Desnoyer Jean, porter, res 1774 Seventh 
Des Rochers Chas L, broker (S F), res 821 Fifteenth 
De Spain Richard, night watchman, res s s Temescal off Tele- 
graph ave 
De Tavel J C H, physician, res 460 Third 
Detels Martin, grocer (S F), res 985 Peralta 
Deuschle John J, carpenter, res 756 Brush 
De Val Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Devereaux John, res Berkeley ave nr Shattuck ave 
Devereaux Mamie Miss, res Berkeley ave nr Shattuck ave 
Devereaux Wm, farmer, res Berkeley ave nr Shattuck ave 
Devers Martin, painter with P R Sheehan, res 1026 Willow 
Devine Edward C, bookkeeper (S F), res 951 Willow 
Devine Geo, fireman CPRR, res West Oakland House 
Devine James, fireman CPRR, res lone 
Dewey Alfred T, patent agency and publisher (S F), res 1304 

Franklin 
Dewing A A, clerk (S F), res 358 East Fourteenth 
S3EWITT WILMAR, proprietor Market Street Feed Store and 

Livery Stable, 979-981 Market, res 726 Eleventh 
Dews Elizabeth Mrs, res 229 Eighth 



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199 



Dews Mrs, res 1632 Telegraph ave 

Dewson Alexander, porter, res 915 Seventh 

Dewson Alexander, clerk, res 915 Seventh 

Dexter H C, bookkeeper with J Cushing & Co, res 1250 

Franklin 
Dexter Stables, Robinson & Brown proprs, NE cor Webster and 

Twelfth 
Dhue Matilda Miss, presser with Renter & Hanson, res 1566 

Seventh 
Diamond Theresa, domestic, 1383 Harrison 
Dias John J, laborer, res 921 East Fourteenth 
Dibble Milo B, furniture repairer, res 612 Fifteenth 
Dick Byron C, insurance adjuster (S F), res Blake House 
Dickenson James, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res Division 
Dickenson James, driver, res foot Webster s s 
Dickerman W T, salesman with Salinger Bros, res Ross House 
Dickeroff John, mail packer, res Overland House 
Dickerson David E, carpenter, res 1922 West 
Dickerson Frank, collector, office 853 Broadway, res 562 

Eleventh 
Dickerson James H, laborer C P R R, res 1869 Goss 
Dickerson Jane, res 1869 Goss 
Dickie Geo, foreman Jute Mills, res 1053 Fifth ave 
Dickie James, machinist, res 1053 Fifth ave 
Dickinson F C Mrs, res 1311 Thirteenth ave 
Dickinson F E (Marcuse & Dickinson), res 562 Eleventh 
Dickie Mary, res 313 Sixth 
Dickson Edward, miner, res 813 Eighteenth 
Diedel Frederick, cigarmaker, res 1468 Seventh 
Diefenbacher Mrs A, res 1949 Filbert 
Diehl Henry, painter, res 418 Eighth 
Dierssen Anna Miss, saleslady with J H Kirchheimer, res 516 

Fifth 
Dierssen Henry, baker, res 516 Fifth 
Dierssen Henry, laborer with Satnm & Co, res 516 Fifth 
Dietz A C (A C Dietz & Co, S F), res San Pablo ave nr Forty 

eighth 
Dietz A E, manager Dietz Opera House, res cor Twelfth and 

Webster 
Dietz Opera House, A E Dietz propr, NE cor Twelfth and 

Webster 
DfEVES JOSEPH (Kramm & Dieves), res 1416 Telegraph ave 
Dike Wm, propr East Oakland Hotel, SW cor Twelfth ave and 

East Twelfth 
Dill Albert F, master mariner, res 1065 Jackson 
Dilla D N, agent farming implements, res 341 Chestnut 
Dille Jefferson T, res 564 Fifteenth 





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DILLON JOSEPH M, city assessor, office City Hall, res SE cor 

Seventh and Oak 
Dillon Mary, domestic. 1114 Twelfth 
Dillon Malachi F, clerk city assessor's office, res SE cor Seventh 

and Oak 
Dimmick Joseph, dentist, office 875 Washington, res 1921 

Market 
Dimon Chas L, insurance adjuster (S F), res 672 Eighteenth 
Dinan Mary, domestic, 1077 Eighth 
Dingee Wm J (Taggart & Dingee), res Galindo Hotel 
Dingley Chas L, lumber, 8 and 10 Pine (S F), res 876 East 

Fifteenth 
Dingley W W, mining, res 726 Eleventh 
Dingman D J, agent the Automatic sewing machine, office 1118 

Broadway, res San Francisco 
Dingwcll John F, carpenter, res 1526 Broadway 
Dingwell Joseph H, carpenter, res 1526 Broadway 
Dinneen Michael, marble cutter, res cor Peralta and Hannah 
DINSMORE WM G. superintendent Central Reading Room, res 

568 Fifteenth 
Dippo William, iron moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

652 Clay 

DIRECTORY CITY OF OAKLAND AND PACIFIC COAST 

DIRECTORY- L M McKenney & Co publishers, res 518 
Clay (S F), and 689 Twenth-fourth, Oakland 

Disard James, expressman, res 722 Filbert 

Discroll John, laborer C P R R 

Dispensary California Medical College, Clay bet Tenth and Elev- 
enth, free to the poor, medical clinic Tuesdays 2 to 3 P M, 
surgical clinic Fridays 2 to 3 P M 

Disturnell S, res Occidental Hotel 

Dix Casper, grocery (S F), res 591 Sycamore 

Dix Wm, laborer, res 1111 Campbell 

Dixon Clement, car driver, res NW cor Park ave and San Pablo 
ave 

Dixon Edward, res 813 Eighteenth 

Dixon Geo, stable boss O B & F V R R, res 1008 Sixth ave 

Dixon Isaac W, fruit and produce, 562 East Twelfth, res 555 
East Twelfth 

Dixon Jas, superintendent OB&FTRR, res 1301 Tenth ave 

Dixon James, helper Central* Carriage Manufactory, res 813 
Eighteenth 

Dixon J B, carpenter, res Clinton House, cor East Twelfth and 
Sixth ave 

Dixon John B (Dixon & Bernstein, S F), res 983 Willow 

Dixon John E, superintendent Grand Prize Mine (Nevada), res 
672 Twenty-fourth 



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201 



Dixon J W, res rear 471 East Twelfth 

Dixon Thos, student, res 1756 Seventh 

Dixon Win, laborer CPRR Yards, res 111 Campbell 

Dixon W S, clerk with Cunningham, Curtis & Welch (S F), res 

961 Eighth 
Doane Margaret, domestic, 534 Knox Place 
Doane Prince Albert, clerk with Hanson & Co (S F), res 856 

Clay 
Dobon Louis, res 660 East Fifteenth 

Docking T, physician and surgeon, 821 Washington, res same 
Dodge Bella Miss, res 691 Thirty-fourth 
Dodge Chas F, notary public, office 1572 Seventh, res 691 

Thirty-fourth 
Dodge EC Mrs, res 1369 Eleventh 
Dodge Emily Miss, res 691 Thirty-fourth 
Dodge Horace T, pharmacist with Kelsey & Flint, res 1069 

Broadway 
Dodge John H, Gieschen Lodging House, res NE cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Dodge Josiah W, assistant cashier U S Sub-Treasury, res 1253 

Twelfth ave 
Dodge Lizzie Miss, res 691 Thirty-fourth 
Dodge Sophia J, proprietress Gieschen House, NE cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Dodge Wm C, principal Oakland Normal School, res 1219 

Webster 
Dods >n Sophia Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 806 Alice 
Doe Luke, real estate and insurance broker, 468 Ninth, res 1159 

Alice 
Doggett Danton, printer, res 831 Campbell 
Doherty Mary Miss, bakery and confectionery, 620 East Twelfth, 

res same 
Dohrmann Henry, boarding and lodging, res 600 Filbert 
Dohrmann J H, professor music, l es 359 Fourth 
Dolan Frank, milk ranch, res Weston ave nr New Broadway 
Dolan Hattie, domestic, Vernon, Vernon Heights 
Dolan James, farmer, res Weston ave nr New Broadway 
Dolan John, tinsmith with M De La Montanya, res Clarendon 

House 
Dolan John P, lather, res 16 Valley 

Dolan John, foreman Engine Co No 2, res Bartlett House 
Dolan M, laborer CPRR Yards 
Dolan Mary, domestic, 126 Ninth 
Dolan Michael, laborer, res 887 Bay 
Dolan Thomas, blacksmith (S F), res 1475 Fifth 
Dolan Thomas, painter, res 166 Seventh 
Doling Frank, carpenter, res 1642 Union 



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OAKLAND. 



Doling James, carpenter, res 806 Jackson 

Dollmeir Jacob, engineer Oakland Brewery 

Domes Henry, mechanic with C B Rice, res 1073 Thirteenth ave 

Dominico D, laborer CPRR 

Donahar Catherine Mrs, propr Clarendon House, 855 Washington 

Donahar John W, upholsterer with Wharton & Co, res Clarendon 

House 
Donahue Bernard J, restaurant, 1707 Seventh, res 1808 William 
Donahue Edward, stableman J Lusk Canning Co, res Forty-fifth 

bet Telegraph and Grove 
Donahue M, teamster J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 

bet Summer and Clifton 
Donald John, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Donaldson Alexander, carpenk with W H Weilbye, res 500 

Twenty-fourth 
Donaldson Virgil M, pressman Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

715 Tenth 
Donathan John W, horse trainer, res 214 Haven 
Done! in James, clerk C P R R, res 713 Eighth 
Donnell Arthur C, insurance agt (S F), res 1169 West 
Donnelty Bernard, bookkeeper with H J McAvoy, res 1810 Goss 
Donnelly Frank, brakeman CPRR, res 864 Chester 
Donnelly John H, butcher with Jos Simon, res 1525 Broadway 
Donnelly Joseph B, bookkeeper with H J McAvoy, res 1810 Goss 
Donnelly Mary Mrs, res 1810 Goss 
Donnelly Thomas, waiter, res Forty -fourth bet Telegraph and 

Grove, Temescal 
Donnelly Thomas, printer, res n s Twenty-eighth nr Market 
Donnelly Thomas, hack driver, res 814 Twenty-ninth 
Donohoe Kate, domestic, 1438 Adeline 
Donohue Cornelius, moulder, res 1355 Sixteenth 
Donohue David, teamster, res 707 Sycamore 
Donohue M, laborer, res Forty-sixth bet Telegraph ave and 

Adeline 
Donohue Murty, laborer, res 553 Sixth 
Donovan Daniel, plasterer, res Humboldt ave nr Benton 
Donovan Daniel, res 760 Third 

Donovan Donald J, sewer contractor, res 511 Twenty-fourth 
Donovan Edward, news agent, res 613 Sixth 
Donovan James, milk ranch, res Humboldt ave nr Benton 
Donovan James Jr, plasterer, res Humboldt ave nr Benton 
Donovan J, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 
Donovan J J, machine hand with Burnham, Standeford & Co, 

res 810 Alice 
Donovan J L, apprentice blacksmith (S F), res 1003 Third 
Donovan Johanna!) Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 810 Alice 
Donovan John, teacher, res 569 Sixth 



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203 



Donovan John C, fireman steamer Piedmont, res 1003 Third 

Donovan John, apprentice Oakland Planing Mill, res 810 
Alice 

Donovan John, helper CPRR Yards 

Donovan John, laborer Winthrop House, res 409 Seventh 

Donovan John B, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 613 Sixth 

Donovan John T, laborer with A J Mason, res rear 915 Seventh, 

Donovan Maggie Miss, milliner with Mrs Minna Bettman, res 613 
Sixth 

Donovan Margaret Mrs, res 613 Sixth 

Donovan Mary Miss, res Humboldt ave nr Benton 

Donovan Michael, laborer Pacific Nail Works, res 953 Third 

Donovan Thomas, res 513 Twenty-fourth 

Doody Miles (Doody & Hooley), second assistant engineer fire 
department, res 565 Sixth 

Doody & Hooley (Miles Doody and C Hooley), sign and house 
painters, 468 Twelfth 

Doonan Thomas, helper Judson Manufacturing Co, res 218 Ettie 

Doran Michael, laborer, res 1711 Atlantic 

Dorau Johana Mrs, res 1678 Atlantic 

Dore Ann Mrs, res 845 Harrison 

Dorety Joseph H, agent Johnson's inks(S F), res 519 East Four- 
teenth 

Dorgan Hannah Miss, res SW cor Telegraph ave and Forty- 
fifth, Temescal 

Dorn Samuel P H, butcher, 957 Broadway, res 819 Washing- 
ton 

Dornin Geo W, bookkeeper (S F), res Kohler-Chase House, 95 3| 
Washington 

Dornin W H, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 

Dorrego Peter C, teacher guitar and banjo, res 1806 Seventh 

Dorrell James G, carpenter, res 264 B 

Dorrell William, res 270 B 

Dorrigan Michael, dairyman, 2417 Piedmont ave 

Dorsch Chas, tailor. 1712 Seventh, res same 

Dorsey W F Mrs, res 630 Chestnut 

Doty Antone, laborer CPRR 

Duub D Milton (A F Nye & Co, S F), res 1692 Broadway 

Doud J, laborer CPRR 

Dougherty Daniel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Dougherty John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Douglas N S, deputy county treasurer's office, res 2015 Chestnut 

Douglas Oliver P Mrs, res 1919 Magnolia 

Douglass Ira, res Randh tt House, NW cor Park ave and Hollis 

Douglass Rose, domestic, 1258 Harrison 

Douthitt Frank L, groceries and liquors, 1526 West, res same 

Dove Jane, domestic, 613 Fifth 




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Dow Amos R, carpenter, res 1012 Wood 

Dow Clark, res 1460 Seventh 

Dow Lorenzo, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 1370 Eleventh 

Dow William A, student, res 004 Fourteenth 

Dowd Bernard, laborer CPR R, res 1113 Third 

Dowd Daniel, painter, res 1267 Campbell 

Dowd James, car repairer, res 1559 Fifth 

Dowd Thomas, hostler with McCleverty & Noblett, res Fashion 

Stable 
Dowdican Thomas (Walsh & Dowdican), res 468 Seventh 
Dowling James B, carpenter, res 61 Valley 
Dowling Nellie Miss, res 61 Valley 
Dowling Sadie Miss, res 61 Valley 
Dowling Sarah E Mrs, res 61 Valley 
Downard Richard, laborer, res 1954 Grove 
Downer Elijah, horse trainer, res 201 B 
Downey Alex, driver Parisian Dyeing & Cleaning Works, res 59 

East Twelfth 
Downey Alexander J, agent with F Thomas & Co, res 59 East 

Twelfth 
Downey Andrew, salesman Cutting Packing Co, res 854 Jefferson 
Downey Ann Mrs, res 665 Fifth 

Downey Florence Miss, clerk with Gavin Naismith, res Thir- 
teenth bet Grove and Jefferson 
Downey Frank, teamster with Smith & Butler, res 665 Fifth 
Downey Jas H, driver Brooklyn street cars, res 512 East Fif- 
teenth 
Downey Jane Mrs, res Winsor House 
Downev John C, with Whittier, Fuller & Co (S F), res 512 East 

Fifteenth 
Downey Kate Miss, assistant Irving Grammar School, res 1364 

Franklin 
Downey Matt, conductor, res 1031 Chester 
Downey Thos A, bailiff police court, res 665 Fifth 
Downey William, with Tillerman Hook & Ladder Co No 1, 470 

Sixth 
Downie William J, millhand with Burnham, Standeford & Co, 

res 811 Washington 
Downing Albert, boxmaker, res 1018 Wood 
Downing F A, P C S S Co, res 358 East Seventeenth 
Downing F O, purser steamer Idaho, res 526 East Fifteenth 
Downing F W, freight clerk steamer Idaho, res 526 East Fif- 
teen tli 
Downing Ida, res 1016 Fifth 

Downing Joseph H, photographer, res 776 Tenth 
Downing T A, with Goodall, Perkins & Co, res 526 East Fif- 
teenth 



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Jam. L. Barker, BERKELEY, 
*J Importer of and Dealer in 



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205 



Doyle Annie Miss, seamstress, res 959 Webster 

Doyle Bros (Luke and John Doyle), grocers, 852 Webster 

Doyle Daniel, laboror C P R R 

Doyle Hugh, laborer C P R R 

Doyle James, foreman with Wm Pinto, res 609 Tenth 

Doyle James J, sailmaker (S F), res 229 Harlan 

Doyle J B, farmer, res Forty-ninth bet Adeline and San Pablo 

ave, Temescal 
Doyle John (Doyle Bros), res 85 2 J Webster 
Doyle Luke (Doyle Bros), res 852J Webster 
Doyle Patrick, foreman CPRR, res 1864 Seventh 
Drais Jessie Louise Miss, res 1632 Telegraph 
Drais Luella Miss, res 1632 Telegraph ave 
Drais Samuel K, blacksmith, res 1632 Telegraph ave 
Drake Emery J, pressman Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 717 

Tenth 
Drake Ernest, bindery department Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

res 717 Tenth 
Drake Geo W, miner, res 1720 Seward 
Drake Millis, engineer, res 118 Louisa 
Dreaper Calvin P, brooms, 1248 San Pablo ave, res same 
Drennan Thomas, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Hallecknr Emery Station 
Drennan Thos, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res Ettie nr 

Park ave 
Drennon Elizabeth Mrs, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Geo. watchman, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon James, engineer steamer San Juan, res 1013 Eleventh 

ave 
Drennon Nelson, watchman, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Vina Miss, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
Drennon Win. engineer, res 1013 Eleventh ave 
DRESC0 LORENZO 8 (Petar & Dresco), res cor McAdam and 

Clifton, NE of Temescal 
Dressell Frederick, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Dressier George, boots and shoes, 615 East Twelfth, res same 
Dreux Angela, res 529 Second 

Dreyer Frederick A, employe shoe factory, res 310 Seventh 
Dreyer John H, shoemaker, res 310 Seventh 
Drinkwater Ambrose M, clerk with R M Miller & Co, res 1303 

Jefferson 
Drinkwater Leo H, master mariner, res 568 Fifteenth 
Driscoll Bros (Dennis and Jeremiah Driscoll), liquor saloons, 1518 

Seventh, and NE cor Pacific and Campbell 
Driscoll Dennis I (Driscoll Bros), res 753 Campbell 
Driscoll Edward, blacksmith, res 753 Campbell 
Driscoll Geo, mechanic,- res 940 Peralta 



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Driscoll Henry, teamster, res 760 Franklin 

Driscoll James S, crockery packer (S F), res 1161 Campbell 

Driscoll Jeremiah (Driscoll Bros), res 757 Campbell 

Driscoll J M Mrs, res 172 Thirteenth 

Driscoll John, laborer CPRR, res 753 Campbell 

Driscoll Maggie, cook, 1265 Grove 

Driscoll Maria, res 362 Fifth 

Driscoll Wm, laborer, res 760 Franklin 

Driver Ann, res 655 Jefferson 

Drucker's Express to San Francisco, East Oakland, Oakland, Ala- 
meda and Fruit Vale, Herman Drucker propr, office at Fred 
Brunjes, 701 East Twelfth 

Drucker Herman, Oakland, Alameda, Fruit Vale and San Fran- 
cisco Express, East Oakland office, Fred Brunjes, 701 and 703 
East Twelfth, res East Twelfth bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 
aves 

Druhe Herman A, clerk with Siebe, Camp & Co (S F), res 1175 
Market 

Drube John H, capitalist, res 1175 Market 

Druhe Wm H, clerk CPRR, res 1175 Market 

Drum Frank G, clerk Oakland Bank of Savings, res 953 Mar- 
ket 

Drum John S, capitalist, office 422 Twelfth, res 953 Market 

Drummond Robert, box piler Judson Manufacturing Co, res San 
Francisco 

Drybergh Catherine, domestic, 1324 Tenth ave 

Dryden Jane E Mrs, res 843 Isabella 

Dryden Wra S, foreman San Francisco Gas Light Co, res 843 
Isabella 

Dryer Alice, res 1781 William 

Dryer John H, shoemaker with M Jacob, res 310 Seventh 

Drynen John, custom house officer (S F), res 227 Tenth 

Du Bois F W, musician, res 956 Castro 

Dubois Peter, stair builder, res 2101 Adeline 

Du Bois Wm C, mail agent, res 956 Castro 

Duchien Cyrelle, saw filer, res 603 Webster 

Duddy John J, clerk with Peter A Eddy, res N W cor Eighth and 
Alice 

Duddy Martin, expressman, res 911 Alice 

Duddv Wm F, carriage painter, res 911 Alice 

Dudle"y Chas P, res 1236 Adeline 

Dudley Ezra C, conductor CPRR, res 1614 Twelfth 

Dudley J Z, portrait artist, res 1222 Franklin 

Dudley W C, stage manager Tivoli Opera House, res San Fran- 
cisco 

Dudley Wm M, clerk with Langley & Michels (S F), res 1236 
Adeline 



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Duff Win, shipkeeper, res 1725 William 

Duffey Mary, res 372 First 

Duffey Thos, ornamental plasterer, res 655 Jackson 

Duffy A J, driver Oakland Ice Works, res 875 Washington 

Duffy Edward, carpenter, res 835 Clay 

Duffy Edward, plumber CPRR Ship Yard 

Duffy Kate Miss, milliner with Mrs Minna Bettman, res 835 

Clay 
Duffy Leonora, res 905 Willow 
Duffy Thos, laborer, res cor Shattuck and Telegraph ave, Temes- 

cal 
Duffy Thos M, porter, res 816 Chester 
Dugan Chas E, bookkeeper with Harrison, Dixon & Co (S F), 

res 1048 Peralta 
Dugan P, laborer CPRR Ship Yard 
Duggan Mary, housekeeper with Rev Michael King, res 616 

Seventh 
Duorgan Thos, gardener, res Lake Shore ave 
Duke John M, clerk (S F), res 1019 Eighth 
Dulan George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dulan Homer, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Dulcich Louis, stone mason, res cor East Fourteenth and Thir 

teenth ave 
Dumas James, collector, res 557 Sixth 
Dummer Herman, steward, res Union Hotel 
Dunbar E A Mrs, res 928 Thirty-fourth 
Dunbar Elizabeth, res 420 Fifteenth 
Dunbar Geo, weaver, res 1418 Fifteenth 
Dunbar Joseph, laundryman, res 1418 Fifteenth 
Dunbar Lillian Miss res 928 Thirty-fourth 
Dunbar Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Duncan Alexander, bookkeeper, res 1524 Broadway 
Duncan Chas E, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res San 

Francisco 
Duncan E, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 
Duncan Fannie, res 624 Twelfth 
Duncan Geo J, brakeman CPRR, res 1726 William 
Duncan John M, switchman CPRR, res 761 Market 
Duncan Joseph, yardman CPRR 
Duncan Richard M, groceries, 851 Myrtle cor Seventh, res 831 

Myrtle 
Duncan Robert, carpenter, res 956 Third 
Duncan Robert, clei-k (S F), res cor Adeline and Stanley 
Dimcomhe Agnes Mrs, res 465 Thirteenth 
Dungan Eugene L, brakeman CPRR, res 1068 Wood 
Durant School, A F Craven principal, Twenty-eighth nr Grove 
Durham B F Mrs, res 2397 Alice 




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Durhan Clarice Mrs, res 2147 Telegraph ave 

Dunham Geo P, driver with McOleverty & Nobblett, res 524 
Sixth 

Dunham O S, carriage painter and sign writer, res 707 Franklin 

Dunham Timothy, teamster Renton Coal Co, res SW cor Elev- 
enth and Franklin 

Dunham Woodruff, wood and coal, res 567 East Seventeenth 

Dunlap Henry, house mover, res 1541 Curtis 

Dunlap John N, res 765 Clay 

Dunmire Samuel S, res 1361 Franklin 

Dunn Alexander, machinist, res 1118Kirkham 

Dunn C, caulker C P R R Ship Yard 

Dunn John, laborer, res 974 East Sixteenth 

Dunn Martha, domestic, Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph ave 

Dunn Martin, butcher, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Dunn Mary Miss, res 690 Sycamore 

Dunn M H, gardener, res 1623 Myrtle 

Dunn Patrick, laborer, res 1612 Myrtle 

Dunn R K, dentist, room 3, 957 Broadway, res same 

Dunn Samuel W, general book agent, res 692 Sycamore 

Dunphy Thomas, lather, res 762 Twentieth 

Dunstan John, gardener, res 515 Twenty-fourth 

Dunton C H, commercial traveler, res 938 Thirty-sixth 

Duperu Wm A, engineer, res 326 East Eighth 

Durand Adrien (F Paoli & Co), res 909 Seventh 

Durand William W, packer with W M Watson & Co, res 563 
Eleventh 

Durant Amos, car cleaner C P R R Yard, res 563 Eleventh 

Durant J Mrs. res cor East Seventeenth and Tenth ave 

Durant Mary E B Mrs, res 1357 Franklin 

Durgin Fanny Mrs. nurse, res 1721 William 

Durham J P, taxidermist, res 622 Seventeenth 

During Bertha Mrs, res 577 Sixteenth 

Durkee E E, farmer, res 730 Myrtle 

Durkin Mary, domestic, 1265 Grove 

Durks Henry, carpenter, res 1455 Fifth 

Durning Thoa E, pi inter (S F), res 1614 Fifteenth 

Durst Joachim, res 1113 Adeline 

Dushen Cerisle, polisher, res 633 Franklin 

Dusenbury T E, engineer C P R R, res San Jose 

Dusinbury J B, insurance agent, res 1228 Adeline 

Dusinbury M T, teller Oakland Bank of Savings, res 1228 
Adeline 

Dusterberry Henry, supervisor, res Centerville 

Dutch Evangelical Reform Church, Ninth bet Clay and Wash- 
ington 



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Dutchcr M A, business manager Oakland Press, res 1520 Seventh 

Dutia Antone Gresser, laborer, res 1513 Third 

Dutil Lorenzo, liquor saloon, 1441 San Pablo ave 

Dutra Anton, laborer, res 1772 Atlantic 

Dutton Jane Miss, res 914 Fifth 

Duus Lorentz C, clerk with Schultz & Kock, res NW cor Forty- 
fifth and Telegraph ave, Temescal 

Duval Alexander, res 941 Linden 

Duval F W, res 1307 Sixth ave 

Duval Onesune, coachman, res 1167 Jackson 

Dwinell I E, Rev D D, professor Pacific Theological Seminary, 
res Hopkins' Academy 

Dwyer Daniel D, marble works, SE cor Castro and Seventh, res 
671 Sixth 

Dwyer Timothy, laborer, res Winthrop House, 409 Seventh 

Dwyer William, cabinetmaker, res Merced ave bet Telegraph 
and Shattuck, Temescal 

Dyberg E S Mrs, res 1654 Nineteenth ave 

Dyer Alice Miss, music teacher, res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer James, foreman painter CPRR, res 363 Fifth 

Dyer Joseph P. stock broker (S F), res 1257 Jackson 

Dyer Wm, janitor, res 1102 East Sixteenth 

Dynes W, conductor CPRR, res San Jose 



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Eadie James, marble cutter with Wm Collins, terminus Webster 

ave 
Eadie William, watchman CPRR 
Eadon Edward H, clerk Judson Manufacturing Co, res 674 

Thirty-fifth 
Eadon Ethel Miss, compositor Oakland Times, res 717 Twentieth 
Eadon Moses, buyer with Hawley Bros (S F), res 916 Fifth 
Eadon William H, clerk Judson Manufacturing Co, res 674 

Thirty-fifth 
Eagan Catherine Mrs, res 1108 Third 
Eagan Margaret, domestic. 1366 Harrison 
EAGLE BOX FACTORY- Mclntire, Abbey &Co proprietors, 611- 

615 Market 
Eames Adonirum G, driver with William Earn es, res 368 Seventh 
Barnes George W, pile driver CPRR, res 831 Clay 
Eames John, bridge builder, res 837 Clay 



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Eames Roscoe L, shorthand reporter, res 554 Thirty-fifth 

Eames William, butcher, 829 Broadway, res 368 Seventh 

Eanos Hank, night watchman with Samm & Co, res 605 Third 

Earickson E J, upholsterer, res 1826 Adeline 

Earl Edwin T, fruit shipper (S F), res 768 Twelfth 

Earl George J, carpenter (S F), res 322 B 

Earl Guy C, student, res 768 Twelfth 

Earl Josiah Mrs, res 768 Twelfth 

Earle J B, note teller Anglo-Californian Bank (S F), res Summit 

ave, Prospect Height 
Earle Walter, manufacturer soap, SW cor Linden and Third 
Earle William F, clerk, res 1006 Third 
Early Jane E Mrs, res 515 Ninth 
Earnest J T (Wall & Earnest, S F), res 1439 Market 
East Oakland Brewery, R Ringgenberg propr, cor Eighth ave and 

East Twelfth 

EAST OAKLAND FREE READING ROOM, 307 East Twelfth 

East Oakland Hotel, William Deike propr, SW cor Twelfth ave 

and East Twelfth 
East Oakland Kinder Garten, Mrs E F Cole principal, res 369 

East Eleventh 
East Oakland Planing Mill, Daniel Galliger manager, cor East 

Twelfth and Fourteenth ave 
East Oakland Pottery, T C Navivel propr, cor Nineteenth ave 

and East Twelfth 
EAST OAKLAND ' VIDETTE S W Allum proprietor, 1074 

Thirteenth ave 
Eastland Andrew J, clerk with Donohoe, Kelly & Co (S F), res 

1379 Jackson 
Eastland Alfred T, res 966 Jefferson 
Eastland Joseph G, res 1379 Jackson 
EASTLAND JOSEPH G, president Oakland Gas Light Co, 483 

Ninth, res S F 
Eastland Josephine Mrs, res 1379 Jackson 
Eastland Josephine Miss, res 1379 Jackson 
EASTLAND VAN LEER, superintendent and engineer Oakland 

Gas Light Co, res 817 Grove 
Eastman Ada Miss, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 460 

Elm 
Eastman Alfred, res 513 East Fifteenth 
Eastman C A, res 1315 Linden 
Eastman C Henry, lumber, res 1057 Seventh ave 
Eastman Frank G, contractor, res 460 Twenty-fourth 
Eastman Frank W, ctark Galindo Hotel 
Eastman Moses H, superintendent Oakland Paving Co, res 64 

Valley 
Eastman Moses L, res 354 East Sixteenth 

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Eastman Walter F, res 354 East Sixteenth 

Easton James, res 1373 Harrison 

Easton Joseph, CPRR, res 1218 Eleventh ave 

Eastwood E G Mrs, res 493 Twenty-third 

Eastwood Gertie Miss, res 493 Twenty-third 

Eastwood Harry, clerk, res 493 Twenty-third 

Eastwood Hattie, domestic, cor John and Montgomery 

Eastwood Hattie Miss, res 493 Twenty-third 

Eaton Anna J Mrs, res 1367 Castro 

Eaton Charles H, surveyor, res 1778 Eighth 

Eaton D, brakeman CPRR, res 44 Seventh 

Eaton Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Eaton H J, foreman and markman Contra Costa Laundry, res 
1416 Sixteenth 

Eaton J C, mining expert, res cor Nineteenth ave and East 
Twenty-fourth 

Ebeler Henry, chipper Judson Manufacturing Co, res 762 Jef- 
ferson 

Ebell Society, A U W, 377 Twelfth 

Eby John D, machinery (S F), res 1005 Market 

Eccles William J, painter with P R Sheehan, res 951 Thirty-fifth 

Eche Otto, res cor Montgomery and Mather 

Echenberger C F, cabinetmaker, res 556 Third 

Eckhart E, laborer CPRR 

Eckles Clement, carpenter, North Oakland, res Tenth nr Fol- 
som 

Eckley Geo F, bookkeeper Oakland Times Publishing Co, res Win- 
sor House 

Eckstrom Geo F, agent Singer sewing-machine, res 610 Fifth 

Eclipse Bakery, R W Merrick propr, 960 Washington 

Eddings Wm C, bartender, res West Oakland 

Eddings W C, clerk, res 625 Eighteenth 

Eddy Henry W, laborer, res cor Second and Broadway 

Eddy Pelig A, fruits, etc, 456 Seventh, res 1056 Third 

Eden Wm J, city agent Home Mutual Insurance Co, res NW cor 
Howard and Webster 

Edgar Chas, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal House, 
Emery Station 

Edgar James, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res San Pablo 
ave nr Fortieth 

Edgar James, miner, res San Pablo ave nr Fortieth, Temescal 

Edgar James A, res 2153 West 

Edgar Margaret J Mrs, res 2153 West 

Edgar Wm J, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res Berke- 
ley 

Edgarton Albert D, salesman, res 517 Ninth 

Edlen John, engineer CPRR, res 813 Peralta 




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Edmonds Edward, hostler with M L Decker, res 1507 Broadway 

Edmonds Walter J, barber with Stewart & Son, res 806 Clay 

Edoff James P. commercial traveler, res 913 Grove 

Edstrom Thos, trunkmaker, res 811 Center 

Education Board of, C H Redington, A W Burrell, Wm H Jor- 
dan, E Everett, E B Clement, H J Sohst and DrMW Fish 

Edwards Albert, carriage painter Central Carriage Manufactor} 7 , 
res 1557 San Pablo ave 

Edwards Amanda Mrs, seamstress, res 1005 Seventh 

Edwards Ambrose F, jeweler with R W Edwards, res 1054 
Twelfth 

Edwards Benj F, barber, 853 Broadway, res 511 Sixth 

Edwards Chas H, brakeman C P R R, res 1856 Short 

Edwards Conrad W, frame ornamenter with B A Armstrong, res 
1512 Broadway 

Edwards Evan John, coachman, res 477 Twenty-fourth 

Edwards Frederick J (Edwards & Co), res 1458 Twelfth 

Edwards Frank, conductor C P R R, res 738 Lewis 

Edwards Geo C, instructor University, res 1568 Webster 

Edwards Geo W, car repairer C P R R Yard 

Edwards G W, seaman, res 1222 Franklin 

Edwards H, brakeman C P R R, res 1856 Short 

Edwards James, rancher, res 1311 Fourth ave 

Edwards John, fireman C P R R, res 914 Pine 

Edwards J G, editor and publisher Coast Review (S F), res 520 
Tenth 

Edwards J L, money order clerk post-office (S F), res 983 Camp- 
bell 

Edwards L Mrs, res 522 East Fourteenth 

Edwards L B, general agent Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 
The Arlington 

Edwards Moroni, broker, res 927 Myrtle 

EDWARDS R W. jeweler and watchmaker, 963 Broadway, res 
1054 Twelfth 

Edwards Walter J, car repairer, res 738 Lewis 

Edwards Wm, carpenter, res Union Hotel 

Edwards & Co (Frederick J Edwards), fish and oysters, 468 
Eleventh 

Effie M Miss, res 1003 Chester 

p]gan Rose Mis-,, res 1015 Washington 

Egbert Robert S, merchant, res 1123 Myrtle 

Egbert Walter, student University, res 1123 Myrtle 

Egert Louis H, butcher with H W Garner, 966 Broadway, res 359 
Ninth 

Eggers Edward H, clerk tax collector's office, res The Arlington 

Effgleston Samuel F, baggagemaster SPUR II, res 1271 San 



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Egleston Alfred A, machinist Oakland Planing Mills, res 1940 

Filbert 
Ehrenphfort Fred, carpet layer with Christian Schreiber, res 374 

Tenth 
Eibach Chas, fresco painting (S F), res 976 Chester 
Eiben Fred G (Eiben & Nor), res cor Seventh and Campbell, 

upstairs 
EIBEN & NOR (Andrew J Nor and Fred G Eiben), grocers, 1652 

and 1654 Seventh 
Eichbaum F H (Scoville & Co), and superintendent United Gas 

Improvement Co (S F), res 769 Twelfth 
Eichbaum Frederick H Jr, machinist, res 769 Twelfth 
Eichbaum Wm P, machinist, res 827 Harrison 
Eien Christian C, carpenter, res 664 Twenty-sixth 
Eiferle Christ, saloon, 468 Eighth, res 418 Eighth 
Eil Christian, carpenter with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 664 

Twenty -sixth 
EINTRACHT SALOON. Kugler & Schaefer proprietors, 835 

Broadway 
Eitel Chas H, clerk (S F), res 820 Henry 
Eitel John A, clerk, res 820 Henry 
Ekensteen Fred, clothier (S F), res 1155 Campbell 
Ekman Adolph, clerk with Fred Sandelin, res Seventh 
Ekstrom A L, res 559 Thirty-sixth 
Eland Robert, butcher, res 1420 Tenth 
Elder Alexander, bookkeeper with Brigham & Hoppe (S F), res 

217 Tenth 
Elder Etta S Miss, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 217 

Tenth 
Elder Robert, student, res 217 Tenth 
Elder Wm G, clerk (S F), res 217 Tenth 
EL DORADO LIVERY STABLES. Geo T Trescott proprietor, 377 

Eleventh cor Franklin 
Eldredge Hugh J, res 1025 Seventh ave 
Eldridge Henrv, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 219 

Ettie 
Eldridge Isabella, res 219 Ettie 
Eldridge S A (S F), res 304 Fourteenth 
Eldridge Washington, nail shop Judson Manufacturing Co, res 219 

Ettie 
Eldridge William B, employe Park and Ocean Railroad, res 1870 

William 
Eldrish L Mrs, res 912 Clay 
Elfan Henry, salesman (S F), res 863 Center 
Elford Wm, inventor, res 504 East Twenty-third 
Elforde Mollie Miss, res 1913 San Pablo ave 
Elforde Win, mechanic, res 1913 San Pablo ave 



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Elias Horace, res 1312 Grove 

Eliaser Samuel, clerk with E Barnett, res 563 Fifth 

Eliason Augustus A, clerk with Kelsey & Flint, res 1312 Grove 

Eliason Horace D, news stand, junction Broadway, San Pablo 
ave and Foui'teent'i, res 1312 Grove 

Elkan A, shoemaker, SW cor Twelfth and Franklin, res same 

Ellard W H, machinist with H P Gregory (S F), res 972 Cy- 
press 

Elliott , res Spring nr San Pablo 

Elliott C N Mrs, res 1316 Telegraph ave 

Elliott Geo, foreman packing room Judson Manufacturing Co, 
res Halleck nr Emery Station 

Elliott G F, res 613 Sixteenth 

Elliott Henry N, canvasser, res 1674 Telegraph ave 

Elliott James, teamster with Taylor & Kettler, res 827 Brush 

Elliott Mathew, porter Judson Manufacturing Co, res Spring 
nr Adeline, Temescal 

Elliott Nathan, commission merchant (S F), res 1120 Filbert 

Elliott Robert, teamster with Mclntire, Abhey & Co, res 667 
Grove 

Elliott R D, salesman with RW Miller & Co, res 413 Twelfth 

Elliott Win P, clerk with J H Bacon, res 829 Sixteenth 

ELLIOTT WALTER W (W w Elliott & Co, S F), engraving, 
lithographing and publishing, res 1368 Franklin 

Ellis Alexander, helper C P R R Yards, res 1608 William 

Ellis Chas, res 232 Twelfth 

Ellis Chas H armorer Co A, Fifth Infantry, cor Twelfth and 
Washington 

Ellis C M Miss, assistant Swett School, res 1351 Fourth ave 

Ellis Cyrus E, letter carrier post-office, res 1007 Pine 

Ellis Felix D, with Balfour, Guthrie & Co (S F), res 869 Fil- 
bert 

Ellis Geo, barber, e s Telegraph ave bet Temescal and Birch 

Ellis George, City Flour Mill, res East Seventeenth nr Sixteenth 
ave 

Ellis Henry C (Ellis & Miller, S F), res 914 Sixteenth 

Ellis J H, painter, res 1326 Eleventh ave 

Ellis Mattie, res 764 East Seventeenth 

Ellis John, traveling agent, res 1069 Ninth ave 

Ellis John F, printer, res 1069 Ninth ave 

Ellis Martin, cabinetmaker, res 1607 Market 

Ellis Walter G, jewelry manufacturer, 954 Broadway, room 10, 
res Alameda 

Ellsworth L xWrs, dressmaker, 1156 Broadway 

Ellsworth Maud M Mrs, proprietress Merritt House, 404 Twelfth 

Ellwood F W, stair builder, 2460 East Seventeenth 

Elmslir W G Mrs, res 1423 San Pablo ave 

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Eln^er Leopold, cigars and tobacco, 871 Broadway, res 776 

Eleventh 
Elsey Chas, farmer, res 653 Eleventh 
Elvidge Chas E, machinist, res 1005 Market 
Elvin Daniel, gardener, res 1310 Grove 
Elvin Daniel, coachman with A M Simpson, 1265 Grove 
El wood Grace Mrs, groceries, res 1111 Kirkham 
Elwood Owen, res 1111 Kirkham 
Ely Geo J, milkman, res 1218 Twenty-sixth 
Ely Geo S B, engineer (S F), res 812 Chester 
Ely John, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Elzy Even J, mining superintendent, res 1108 Market 
Erne C E, fireman CPRR, res 1355 Eighth A 

Eme Claude, res 1355 Eighth 

Eme Ernest, freight engineer C P R R, res 1355 Eighth 
Emerson Ralph, res Blake House 
Emerson W H, porter with Taylor & Lohse, res cor East Eleventh 

and Thirteenth ave 
Emerson Win, soda manufactory, res 656 East Eleventh 
Emery Chas C, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 258 Eighth 
Emery Geo F, clerk with Wm P Wheeler, res 258 Eighth 

EMERY JOSEPH S> vice-president Oakland Home Insurance 
Co and pi'esidtnt Oakland Railroad Co, office 921 Broadway, 
room 2, res NW cor Park and San Pablo ave 

Emkens Louis, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Em lay Frederick E, harnessmaker with O Emlay, res 690 Twen- 
ty-fifth 

Emlay Louis A, harnessmaker with Oliver Emlay, res 690 Twen- 
ty-fifth 

Emlay Oliver, saddler and harnessmaker, 1160 Broadway, res 690 
twenty -fifth 

Enas Geo H, master mariner, res 816 Alice 

Encinal Flouring Mills, Gould & Williamson proprs, 751 and 753 
Washington 

Endrich Geo, painter, res 601 Webster 

Engelbretson Finkel, laborer, res 1382 Broadway 

Eugelke Robert, waiter, res 850 Franklin 

Engen Carrie, domestic, res 676 Seventeenth 

Engine House No 3, 1671 Eighth 

Englebright H, blacksmith CPRR Yards, res 1772 Goss 

Englebright H Jr, blacksmith CPRR, res 954 Campbell 

Engler Edward, carpenter with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 
854 Harrison 

English James, 1 borer, res 1672 Pacific 

English James, laborer CPRR 

English John T, carpenter, res 1622 Myrtle 




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English Warren B, member San Francisco Produce Exchange 
res 1268 Harrison 

English Wm D, powder agent (S F), res NE cor Madison and 
Tenth 

Ennis An tone, watchman C P R R, res 1511 Fifth 

Ennis Geo H : conductor C P R R, res 216 Fifth 

Ennis John, junk man, res 1518* Third 

Ennis Leroy, brakeman C P R R, res 740 Peralta 

Ennis Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1518 Third 

Ennis Wm C, stoker Oakland Engine Co No 3, res 1691 Eighth 

Enos Antonio, cabinetmaker, res 1685 Twelfth 

Enos Frank, laborer, res 666 East Sixteenth 

Enos Henry C, switchman C P R R, res 802 Wood 

Enos Josephj laborer, res rear 731 J Henry 

Enos Joseph, tarnisher (SF), res 254 Haven 

Enos Le Rov, brakeman C P R R, res 740 Peralta 

Enos Nancy, res 802 Wood 

Enright James E, tanner, res 1214 Tenth ave 

Enright John., caulker C P R R Ship Yard 

Enright John, waiter with G F Calberg, res 1071 Twelfth ave 

Enright William, waiter with G F Calberg, res 1071 Twelfth 
ave 

Enscoe J, general merchandise (Loyal ton,) res Chester House 

Enscoe J Mrs, proprietress Chester House 

Ensign Chas, engineer, res Forty-ninth bet Temescal and Shat- 
tuck ave 

Episcopal Church, cor Twelfth and East Sixteenth 

Epley J W Mrs, res 664 Eighteenth 

Erb D S, engineer, res 725 Alice 

Erickson Errick, tailor, res Tremont House 

Erie House, Mrs Mary Canny proprietress, 1113 Broadway 

Erskine Wilber F, seaman, res 562 East Eleventh 

Esdor Wm H, butcher with L H Egert, res 359 Ninth 

Esperance Anton, laundryman, res 1916 San Pablo 

Esteil Thos, porter C P R R, res 765 Sixth 

Estler Jas A, mechanic, res 668 Fifth 

Estey J C, res 825 Twenty-ninth 

Estudillo Delia Miss, res cor Telegraph ave and Forty-third 

Estudillo Lewis, teamster, res Forty-third bet Telegraph ave and 
Grove, Temescal 

EUREKA HOTEL- Henry H Meyer proprietor, S\V cor Washing- 
ton and Seventh 

Euson James H, engineer Pacific Coast Dredging and Reforma- 
tion Co 

Eustice Richard, blacksmith, res 916 Third 

Evans A F(A F Evans & Co, S F), res 1414 Harrison 

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Evans Chas, butcher, res 1064 Eleventh ave 

Evans Chas O, harnessmaker, 1311 Broadway and 1306 Telegraph 

ave, res 1950 Myrtle 
Evans H A, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res SW cor 

Washington and Ninth 
Evans Honora Mrs, dressmaker, res 857 Clay 
Evans H L, foreman news depot Tribune Publishing Co, res 669 

Nineteenth 
Evans James D, salesman, res 1931 Grove 
Evans Joseph F, employe United States Revenue (S F), res 2207 

Adeline 
Evans John W, agent Domestic sewing machine (S F), res 758 

Ninth 
Evans Mary Miss, teacher, res 857 Clay 
Evans Randall, teamster with E Lenox & Son, res 1064 Eleventh 

ave 
Evans Richard, machinist, res 761 Grove 
Evans Solon, cabinetmaker with Lyon & Kinsey, res 458 East 

Seventeenth 
Evans Taliesin. managing editor Evening Bulletin (S F), res 

NW cor Fourth and Jackson 
Evans Thos, bootmaker, res 857 Clav 
Evans W R, with J W Evans (S F), res 758 Ninth 
Evening Star Lodge No 263, IOOF, meets at Schimmelpfen- 

nig's Hall on Wednesday evening 
Everett Edward, rubber goods and member Board of Education, 

(Fourth Ward), res 719 Eighth 
Everett J Carlton, civil engineer, res 719 Eighth 
Everett Sebastian L, editor, Wood and Iron, res 814 Fourteenth 
Everhart Benjamin F, blacksmith with George O Shattuck, res 

1457 New Broadway 
Evers August, secretary Grocers' Protective Union (S F), res 1603 

Brush 
Evers George J, printer, res 1603 Brush 
Evers John Henry, liquor dealer, res 1418 San Pablo ave 
Evers Joseph, expressman, res 2125 Elm 
Everson Mark (W and M Everson), res Wilcox Block 
Everson Wallace (W & M Everson), res SW cor Sixteenth and 

Filbert 
EVERSON W & M (Wallace and Mark Everson), general hard- 

ware, SW cor Broad way and Ninth 
Evoy Edward, teamster with Smith & Butler, res NW cor 

Thirty-sixth and Market 
Evoy M J, res cor Thirty-sixth and Market 
Ewell Jol n, attorney-at-law, res 562 Eighth 
Ewen Frank (F Ewen & Co), res 1322 Telegraph ave 
Ewen F & Co (Frank Ewen), carriage repository, 1315 Broadway 



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Ewig Ernest, saloon, res 861 Campbell 

Ewing Claude V, shipping clerk with Dewing & Co (S F), res 761 

Fourteenth 
Ewing D, teamster J Lusk Canning Oo, res Claremont ave bet 

Summer and Clifton 
Ewing Joseph, bookkeeper (S F), res cor Mariposa and Shattuck 

aves, Temescal 
Ewing Joshua C, solicitor, res 761 Fourteenth 
Ewing Thomas, mining capitalist (S F), res Vernon Heights 
Eyrich Dora Mrs, teacher fancy work, res 555 Seventh 
Eyrich George I, engineer, res 555 Seventh 
Eyslee Kate, domestic, 1210 West 



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Fabens H S, brakeman C P R R, res Alameda 

Fabrique Barney C, salesman (S F), res 511 Tenth 

Faccio Giovanni, cook with Frank Rosso, Central ave opp Lake 

Merritt nr cor Oak 
Faessler William, watchmaker, 468| Seventh, res 1827 Adeline 
Fagen Lucy Miss, res 1629 Lincoln 
Fahey James, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res Randlett 

House cor Park ave and Hollis 
Fahey John, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res Randlett 

House cor Park ave and Hollis 
Fahey Michael, foundry laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Randlett House cor Park ave and Hollis 
Fahrenholz John, res 1723 Thirteenth 
Fahrenholz John Jr, second officer ferry steamer C P R R, res 

1723 Thirteenth 
Fairbank Jonathan, painter, res 770 Twenty-second 
Fairbanks John J, horse trainer, res cor Forty-first and Adeline, 

Temescal 
Fairbanks Joseph A, controller Market Street Railroad (S F), 

res 950 Wood 
Fairchild Charles A, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchild James A, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchild Judd H, carpenter C P R R, res 565 Seventeenth 
Fairchild Stephen F, miner, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairchild Warren G, groceries, 1350 Market, res 846 Seventeenth 
Fairley Ethel Miss, actress, res Thirty-ninth nr Grove 
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Fairley Pearl Knox Mrs, Thirty-ninth nr Grove 

Fake George, watchmaker with A Steffanoni, res Fruit Vale 

Falchner James, carpenter, res 1210 Thirtieth 

Falk Pauline Mrs, candies, 1119 Broadway, res 306 Tenth 

Fallon James, laborer, res 1103 Third 

Fallon John, laborer, res 764 Twenty-second 

Fallon Kate, domestic. 1033 Linden 

Fallon Malachi, supervisor, res SE cor Seventh and Oak 

Fallon Sarah Miss, with Mrs E Fant, res 764 Clay 

Falls John H, coal oil and lamps, 1255 San Pablo ave. res same 

Fanning N S, wheelwright, res 253 Second 

Fannon John, section foreman C P R R, res 710 Lewis 

Fannon Patrick, laborer CPRR, res 710 Lewis 

Fant E Mrs, dressmaker, 963 Washington, res same 

Faocasi Louis, carpenter, res 653 Myrtle 

Farish J R, commercial editor Herald, res 614 Seventeenth 

Farley Martin B, engineer CPRR, res 967 Pine 

Farley Patrick, teamster, res 614 East Sixteenth 

Farley Peter, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1668 Pacific 

Farley Robert, stone cutter, res 1763 Grove 

Farley Thomas, drayman, res 413 Fifteenth 

Farmer Adolph, cabinetmaker (S F), res Clay nr Fourth 

Farmer Ed W, clerk Capital Restaurant, res 1804 Seventh 

Farmer George J, boat builder, foot of Alice, res 277 Eighth 

FARMER ROBERT H> proprietor Capital Restaurant, 1802, 

1804, and 1808 Seventh 
Farmer Thomas F, clerk Capital Restaurant, res 1804 Seventh 
Farmer Wm, propr Seventh Street Lodging House, 1806 Seventh 
Farnham Frederick J, carpenter, res Grant nr Thirteenth ave 
Farno Clara Mrs, res 574 Thirty-fifth 
Farno Claribel A Miss, res 574 Thirty-fifth 
Farno James A, machinist, res 574 Thirty-fifth 
Farno William V, assistant with A F Merriman & Son, res 574 

Thirty-fifth 
Farnum A L Mrs, res 1781 Goss 

Farnum C H, millhand Pacific Improvement Co, res 1781 Goss 
Farnum John E, bank commissioner, res 762 Sixteenth 
Farquhar Mary A Mrs, res 1256 Eighth 
Farquhar M M Miss, with George J Luce, res 514 Tenth 
Farr A J, brakeman CPRR, res 1727 Goss 
Farr Charles, laborer, res 953 Third 
FARR LINCOLN T= assistant postmaster Oakland Post-office, res 

2269 Telegraph ave 
Farr William J, laborer, res 953 Third 
Farran Michael, Dashaway Stables, res same 
Farrann Michael, heater Judson Manufacturing Co, res Ettie 

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Farren Michael, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Halleck 

nr Emery Station 
FARRAR M P MRS. Central Block, res 1068 Broadway 
Farrell Ann E, res 837 Brush 

Farrell Bryant, coachman, res SW cor Sixteenth and Filbert 
Farrell James, car repairer C PRR, res 1004 Wood 
Farrell Jane Mrs, furnished rooms, res 809 Wood 
Farrell John, shoemaker, 421 Seventh, res 671 Twenty-seventh 
Farrell John, groceries and liquors, 219 Sixth, res same 
Farrell Joseph P, agent California Door Co, res Galindo Hotel 
Farrell Margaret Mrs, groceries and liquors, 1847 Grove, res same 
Farrell Michael, stableman, res Winthrop House, 409 Seventh 
Farreil P H, res 523 Eighth 
Farrell Thomas F, oil finisher and painter, res cor Fourth and 

Clay 
Farrell William Mrs, res n s Williams nr San Pablo ave 
Farrier H L, clerk with H Tubbs, res 1261 Sixth ave 
Farrington Elvin D Jr, clerk with H Bowman, res 568 Fifteenth 
Farrington Elvin D, clerk U S Custom House, res 563 Fifteenth 
Farrington Geo W, grainer with E K Russell, res 563 Fifteenth 
Farrington N C Mrs, res 1228 Franklin 
Farrow Albert, horse trainer Oakland Race Track, Emery Tract, 

res same 
Farsyth J W, res 1804 Seventh 
FARWELL F M> house, sign and ornamental painter, 378 

Twelfth, res Adeline nr Evoy ave 
Faschian Herman, manager Germania Hall, res 805 Jackson 
Fashion Stables, McCleverty & Noblett proprs, 860 Broadway 
Fasshauer Jacob C, clerk with Dr W V Grimes, res Twentieth nr 

San Pablo ave 
Fasshauer J C, druggist, cor Seventh and Broadway, res 823 Fil- 
bert 
Faubel John, laborer, res 1217 Franklin 
Faucht William, filemaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2071 

San Pablo aye 
Faughten John M, expressman. Seventh and Broadwav, res 2045 

Filbert 
Faulkner Carrie Miss, shorthand reporter (S F), res 856 Harri- 
son 
Faulkner George Mrs, res 856 Harrison 

Faulkner Geo R, clerk with Theo E Scranton, res 856 Harrison 
Faust J R, painter with J T Gardiner, res 424 Fourteenth 
Faver Joseph, 3131 Seventh 

Favor Fred K, switchman S P C R R, res 356 Seventh 
Favor Laura P Mrs, nurse, res 356 Seventh 

Fawcett Harry E, decorations and fresco painting, 456 Twelfth, 
res same 



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Fay Charles, engineer CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 

Fay Ida Miss, dressmaker, res 467 Tenth 

Fay John, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 

Fay John, newspaper carrier (S F), res 1729 Adeline 

Fay William, cabinetmaker, 576 Seventh, res same 

Faylor W A Mrs, dressmaker, res 516 Ninth 

Fearey Joseph H, general news agent S P C R R, res SW cor 

Sixth and Oak 
Fearey Mary Mrs, res 1952 Grove 
Fearey Robert D, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res n s Spring 

nr Adeline 
Fearey T H, brakeman, res 1367 Broadway 
Fearn John D, physician and druggist, 975 Washington, res 1409 

Franklin 
Feehan Tobias, laborer CPRR, res 720 Henry 
Feeley Cornick, groceries, wines and liquors, SW cor Fifth and 

Washington 
Feeney Bridget, res 1122 Fifteenth ave 
Feeney Thomas J, carpenter, res s s Twenty-second west of 

Myrtle 
Feeny Owen, laborer, res 967 Fifth 
Feeny Patrick, fireman, res 661 Grove 
Feige Richard, furniture, 1710 Seventh, res 1673 Taylor 
Feigion Frederick, baker, res 709 Broadway 
Felder John, bartender with T H Scheiding, res 1816 Seventh 
Fell Thos, paperhanger, res 657 East Seventeenth 
Felley Philomen H, policeman, res 1365 West 
Fellipe Manuel, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 234 Harlan 
Fellows E C Mrs, res 940 Myrtle 
Fellows Park, wheat manager with Balfour, Guthrie & Co, res 

1222 Eighth 
Fellows Samuel S, cashier with Redington & Co (S F), res 1414 

Filbert 
Felton Edward S, baggageman S P R R, res 945 Wood 
Felton Engine Co No 2, Oakland Fire Department, 470 Sixth 
Felton J B Mrs, res 930 Adeline 
Feneran James, grainer, res 760 Third 
Fenerson Theodore, hostler, res 403 Ninth 
Fennell Jessie C Mrs, res 1750 Telegraph ave 
Fennell Maggie I Miss, res 1750 Telegraph ave 
Fenner Obediah B, propr Lake Merritt Boat House, Lake Mer- 

ritt, Twelfth Street Bridge, res 222 Eleventh 
Fennessey John, saloon, 463 Ninth, res 664 Sixth 
Fennes^y Norah, domestic, 512 Seventeenth 
Fennon E J, night clerk post-office, res 1228 Broadway 
Feno M F, watchman CPRR, r.s 1365 Eighteenth 
Fenton John, lahorec, res Blair's RancV Piedmont 






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Fen ton J R, carpenter C P R R Yards 

Fenton Katie Miss, employe shoe factory, res 756 Seventh 

Fenton Nellie Miss, employe shoe factory, res 756 Seventh 

Fergus Thos W, carpenter, res 761 Campbell 

Ferguson David, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Ferguson Ernest M, printer Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 1018 
Brush 

Ferguson Frank M, laborer, res 1764 Atlantic 

Ferguson Hugh J, cook Seventh Street House, res 1804 Seventh 

Ferguson John, laundrj man Contra Costa Laundry 

Ferguson John A, machinist Pacific Nail Works, res 812 Myrtle 

Ferguson Libby Miss, dressmaker, res 614 Eighteenth 

Ferguson Sadie Miss, dressmaker, res 614 Eighteenth 

Ferguson T, nailer Pacific Nail Works, res 955 Seventh 

Ferguson W D, nailer Pacific Nail Works, res 812 Myrtle 

Fernald William H, res 1228 Broadway 

Fernandez Manuel, laborer C P R R, res 110 Louisa 

Ferneld Louise Miss, res 1361 Market 

Ferradi B, employe Pacific Nail Works, res 712 Myrtle 

Ferrell James, laborer, res 269 Second 

Ferrier Blanche Miss, res 65 Valley 

Ferrier David L, clerk, res 65 Valley 

Ferrier Frank, res 875 Washington 

Ferrier Mena Mrs, teacher German and French, Oakland High 
School, res 65 Valley 

Ferrier Rose Miss, res 65 Valley 

Ferris B Mrs, res 569 Twenty-second 

Ferris David, nurseryman with G J Nicholson, res 874 Twenty- 
first 

Ferris J Miss, res 569 Twenty-second 

Ferris Jackson, tailor with Greenhood & Moran, res 864 Twenty- 
first 

Ferris James M, engineer, res 373 Eleventh 

Ferris J A, attorne} -at-law and real estate (Gait), res 612 
Eighteenth 

Ferris John, gardener, res 876 Twenty-first 

Ferris Lizzie C Miss, res 569 Twenty-second 

Ferris Richard, dairyman, res 630 Chestnut 

Ferris Samuel, painter, res 501 Twenty-fourth 

Ferris Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res Avenue House 

Ferris W C, insurance, res 569 Twenty-second 

Ferris William H, carpenter, res 460 Fifth 

Ferro Jose, steward ferry boat Oakland, res Chase 

Ferry Daniel, res 1987 Webster 

Fertado Frank, laborer C P R R 

Fesberg Himreich, laborer, res 670 East Sixteenth 

Fetzer Ferdinand, artesian wellborer, res 214 Eleventh 



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Feucht Margaret, res 2071 San Pablo ave 

Feucht William, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2071 

San Pablo ave 
Fiala Theodore R, salesmin with Taffc & Pennoyor, res Santa 

Clara ave bet Ussir and Grant, Alameda 
Fiatho Manuel Joaquins, laborer, res 240 Hoi lis 
Fibush Aaron J (Fib'ish Bios), res 1003 Franklin 
Fibush Jacob (Fibti>h Bros), res 1003 Franklin 
Fibush Bros (Aaron and Jacob Fibush), cigars and tobacco, 

1103 Broadway 
Fick A Mrs, dry goods, 1761 Seventh, res same 
Fick August, painter, res 1761 Seventh 
Fickett Ellen D M, res 1448 Chestnut 
Fieberling Peter (Schmidt & Fieberling), res 828 Franklin 
Fiege Henry, saloon, 840 Broadway, res 273 Sixth 
Field Carrie E Miss, assistant Franklin School, res 1019 Eighth 
FIELD C H MISS, principal Home School, res 1825 Telegraph 

ave 
Field D W, buyer with Porter Bros & Co, res San Francisco 
FIELD L H MISS, principal Home School, res 1825 Telegraph 




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Field M W Mrs, millinery and millinery goods, 1152 Broadway, res 

same 
Fielding John C. printer, res 831 Harrison 
Fields Mrs Emilie, dressmaker, 550 Seventh, res same 
Fields George, policeman, res 1107 Seventh 
Fields J B Mrs, dressmaker, 1167 Seventh, res same 
Fields Joseph B, policeman, res 1167 Seventh 
Fields Mary Miss, milliner, res 550 Seventh 
Fields Thos W, detective, res 1316 Eighth ave 
Fife Nelson, mechanical engineer, res 1119 Filbert 
Fifield Wm H, attorney-at -law (SF), res 453 East Eleventh 
Figan Ann. res Ki29 Lincoln 
Fike Nathan, junk dealer (S F),res 809 Peralta 



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Filbert Edward, painter, res 1162 Seventh 

Fillmore George W, conductor CPRR, res 1019 Chester 

Fillmore J A, general superintendent CPRR, res 1812 

Steiner 
Fillmore John, candymaker with G A Blank, res SW cor Adeline 

and San Pablo ave 
Fillmore John, gardener County Court House, res Adeline nr San 

Pablo ave 
FILLMORE L> general superintendent S P C R R, office foot of 

Market (S F), res Centennial House, cor Clay and Fourteenth 
Finch Daniel, rancher, res 770 Fourteenth 
Finch D B, capitalist, res Centennial House 
Finch Edwin S, clerk with E G Bus well, res 1169 Clay 
Finch Wm H, superintendent Oakland Artesian Water Co, res 99 

Pine 
Fincke Henry Wm, brick mason, res Walsworth ave nr Prospect 

ave 
Fincke Henry W, saloon, 601 Franklin 

Findley James, engineer Oakland Gas Light Co, res 261 Second 
Fine A, physician, res Clinton House, cor East Twelfth and Sixth 

ave 
Finigan John J, janitor Garfield Block, res 489 Twenty-fifth 
Finigan J Wm, salesman with Champlinfc Williamson, res Blake 

House 
Fink Harry W, porter with Dalziel & Moller. res Adam's Point 

eldey Frederick, sawyer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 251 

Second 
Finkeldey Frederick hostler with Myron M Tinkham, res NW 

cor Twelfth and Webster 
Finkeldey Henry, butcher with Wm Nelle, res 544 Twenty- 
second 
Finkeldey Minnie Mrs, res 251 Second 
Finkeldey William, teamster with Fisher & Taylor, res 251 

Second 
Finley Mattie Miss, res 666 Tenth 
Finnerty Owen, laborer CPRR Yards 
Finney G W, carpenter, res 1156 Broadway 
Finney John W, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res Ross 

House 
Finnigan John J, janitor Garfield Block, res 489 Twenty-fifth 
Finnigan Michael J, house painting, glazing and kalsomining, 

1311 Broadway, res 719 Nineteenth 
Finnigan William J, salesman with Champlin & Williamson, res 

Blake House 
Finucane Sallie A Miss, dressmaker with E W Johnson, res 363£ 

Twelfth 
Finucane William M, salesman with Agard & Co, res 363^ Twelfth 



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Fire Alarm, Geo H Carlton, City Hall 
Fire Alarm Stations 

FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA, B R Laton agent, 

468 Ninth 
Fire Insurance Association of London., H Griffin agent, 958 Broad- 
way 
FIREMAN S FUND INSURANCE CO- Hinds Fuller agent, 912 

Broadway 
Fire Warden, "Geo H Carlton, City Hall 
First Baptist Church, Rev E H Gray pastor, cor Fourteenth and 

Brush 
First Baptist Church of East Oakland, Rev S B Morse clergyman, 

NE cor Tenth ave and Fourteenth 
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Rev John Knox McLean, 

D D, pastor, SW cor Thirteenth and Clay and NW cor 

Twelfth and Clay 
First Hebrew Congregation, Rev M S Levy rabbi, s s Fourteenth 

nr Webster 
First M E Church, Rev C A Holmes pastor, SE cor Clay and 

Fourteenth 
First M E Church of East Oakland, Seventh ave bet East Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OAKLAND V D Moody president, 

B F Mann vice-president, A D Thomson cashier, 1002 

Broadway 
First Presbyterian Church, Rev Francis Horton pastor, NE cor 

Fourteenth and Franklin 
Fischbach John, moulder, res 772 Fifth 
Fischer August, bookkeeper (S F), res 1609 Eighth 
Fischer Frank L (F L Fischer & Co), printer and publisher (S F), 

res 829 Castro 
Fischer Frank X (Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher), res 677 Third 
Fish Arthur L, manager Worthington Pumps, 30-32 First St, 

(S F), res 664 Eighteenth 
Fish Azel, clerk mining office, res 713 Eighth 
Fish Charles H, mining, res 804 Tenth 
FISH GEORGE L (Phelan & Fish), res S F 
Fish James H, capitalist, res 918 Grove 
Fish M W, physician and member Board of Education (Seventh 

Ward), office 461 East Fourteenth, res same 
Fish Nathaniel P, shoemaker, res 860 East Fourteenth 
Fish Thaddeus D, salesman with Phelan & Fish, res Wilson House 
Fish Thomas F, bookkeeper, res 1059 Brush 
Fish Thomas J, grocery, res 772 Tenth 

Fish Walter E, salesman with Salinger & Co, res 1766 Eighth 
Fish Wm H, foreman Oakland Times Publishing Co, res 615 Fifth 
Fisher A A (Fisher & Taylor), res S F 



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Fisher Aaron D (Fisher & Morrison), res 1877 William 

Fisher Albert E, printer, res 1017 Thirtieth 

Fisher Beriah P, carpenter, res 1577 Broadway 

Fisher C Mrs, res 923 Fifth 

Fisher Edgar S, clerk with H Bowman, res 325 Ninth 

Fisher Edward, plumber with Burtchaell & Crowley, res cor 
Twenty-second and Broadway 

Fisher Evelyn N Mrs, teacher music, res 821 Thirty-third 

Fisher Fayette, carpenter, res 325 Ninth 

Fisher Florence V Miss, res 821 Thirty-third 

Fisher Frank L, printer (S F), res 829 Castro 

Fisher Galen M, city clerk and treasurer, City Hall, res 904 Fil- 
bert 

Fisher George, laborer, res 233 Second 

Fisher Grace W Miss, music teacher, res 1227 Eleventh ave 

Fisher Gus A, upholsterer with Christian Schreiber, res 1862 
Seventh 

Fisher H E, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Fisher Henry, butcher, res 1367 Fifteenth 

Fisher Herbert H, res 821 Thirty-third 

Fisher Hiram, farmer, res Temescal bet Telegraph ave and 
Broadway 

Fisher John, groceries, SE cor Twenty-ninth and West 

FISHER JOHN' groceries and provisions, NW cor Sycamore and 
Grove 

Fisher Joseph, melter and refiner United States Mint (S F), res 
1412 West 

Fisher Kate B Mrs, assistant teacher Oakland High School, res 
686 Thirty fourth 

Fisher Lillian *A Miss, res 821 Thirty-third 

Fisher L P, advertising agent (S F), res 686 Thirty-fourth 

Fisher Lulu Miss, res 923 Fifth 

Fisher & Morrison (A D Fisher and W W Morrison), cigars and 
tobacco. 1776 Seventh 

Fisher Philip M, county superintendent schools and secretary 
Board of Education, 5 Court House, res Washington Cor- 
ners 

Fisher R A, machinist S P C R R, res San Francisco 

Fisher Richard C, medical student, res 955 Seventh 

FISHER & TAYLOR (A A Fisher and J P Taylor), agents Wel- 
lington coal and wholesale wood and coal dealers, cor First 
and Water, office 1168 Broadway 

Fisher Thomas, clerk, res 1520 Ninth 

FISHER WILLIAM A. assistant city superintendent of public 
schools, City Hall, res 686 Thirty-fourth 

Fisk Leander, groceries, res 671 Adeline 

Fiske Wm H, carpenter CPRR, res 1860 William 



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FITCH OSCAR (Oakland Transfer Co), 962 Broadway, res 483 

Plymouth ave 
Fitch Samuel S, shoemaker with J Kelly, res NW cor Peralta 

and Seventeenth 
Fitch Walter S, painter, res 914 Harrison 
Fitch William, res 914 Harrison 
Fitch William (Fitch & Knowles), res 1323 Harrison 
Fitch Zola E, pressman Vidette, res 914 Harrison 
Fittbogen Paul, cigars and tobacco, 1251 San Pablo ave, res 1359 

Brush 
Fitzell Mary Miss, milliner with Mrs K K Halsted, res 757 Jefferson 
Fitzell Peter M. laborer, res 757 Jefferson 
Fitzgerald M Miss, instructor Singer Manufacturing Co, res 812 

Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Mary J Mrs, res 759 Fourth 
Fitzgerald David, laborer, res 812 Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Edward J, clerk with Greenhood & Moran, res 812 

Sixteenth 
Fitzgerald Edward Mrs, res 1964 Seventh 
Fitzgerald Edward L, real estate agent (S F), res 468 Fifth 
Fitzgerald J, laborer CPRR 

Fitzgerald James, waiter with M Furnis, res 510 Eighth 
Fitzgerald Kate Mrs, res 468 Fifth 
Fitzgerald Miss Katie, dressmaker, res 1769 Goss 
Fitzgerald M, laborer CPRR 

Fitzgerald Mary, cook with Rev Michael King, res 616 Seventh 
Fitzgerald Mathew, section foreman CPRR, res 1769 Goss 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Fitzgerald Morris, laborer, res 730 Chester 
Fitzgerald Patrick, shoemaker, res 1535 Curtis 
Fitzgerald Richard D, shoemaker, res 2128 Peralta 
Fitzgerald Robert M, attorney-at-law, 854£ Broadway, res 468 

Fifth 
Fitzgerald Morris, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1250 Center 
Fitzmaurice John, gardener, rer 768 Fifteenth 
Fitzpatrick Edward C, harnessmaker, 455 Eighth, res 832 

Twenty-ninth 
Fitzpatrick James J, musician, res 1162 Fifth 
Fitzpatrick Maggie, domestic, 668 Thirty-fourth 
Fitzpatrick Peter C, plasterer, res 1359 Eighteenth 
Fitzpatrick Timothy E, plasterer, res 1359 Eighteenth 
Fitzsimmons John, chief jailor Court House, res 366 Ninth 
Fitzsimmons John, painter, res 366 Ninth 
Fitzsimmons Thomas, peddler, res 560 Franklin 
Flagg Elba Mrs, res 572 Seventeenth 
Flahertv James, laborer, res 716 Chester 




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Flaherty John, laborer CPRR, res 1471 Fourteenth 

Flaherty Thos, painter, res 1404 Eighteenth 

Flanagan Bernard, engineer, res 664 Harrison 

Flanagan Mollie, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Flanery Joseph, bartender with J as Nugent, res Bartlett House 

Flanigan Christopher, laundry, Prospect ave east of Broadway 

Flanigan Edward, milkman, res Fortieth nr Lusk 

Flanigan Thomas J, division roadmaster CPRR, res 876 

Wood 
Flannery James, laborer CPRR, res 1572 Third 
Flannery Joseph, extraman Hook & Ladder Co No 1, res SW 

cor Eighth and Washington 
Flannery M rv L Miss, seamstress, res 961 Kirkham 
Fleck Emelia Mrs, midwife, res 362 Tenth 
Fleck Gustave (Fleck & Busse), res 362 Tenth 
Fleck Helena Miss, res 362 Tenth 
Fleck & Busse (Gustave Fleck and C C Busse), barbers, 459 

Twelfth 
Fleenor Wm T, minister Trinity Baptist Church, Clay bet Tenth 

and Eleventh, res 1514 San Pablo ave 
Fleischinger Katie, domestic with C Jaenicke, 815 Broadway 
Fleming A J Mrs, res 304 Ninth 
Fleming David S, engineer, res 811 Center 
Fleming Ella T, dressmaker, res 811 Center 
Fleming James, laborer, res 1862 West 
Fleming John J, saloon, 625 Twelfth, res 1321 Twelfth ave 
FLEMING JOHN W> wood, coal, hay, grain and agricultural 

implements, 1957 San Pablo ave, res 1950 Myrtle 
Fleming Joseph, extraman Hook & Ladder Co No 1, res Webster 

nr Seventh 
Fleming W Y, res 304 Ninth 
Flemming J W, engineer CPRR 

Flemming Robert F, telephone inspector, res 1309 Webster 
Flemming Robt J, lineman Sunset Telephone Co, res 1309 Web- 
ster 
Flescher Alfred H, apprentice printer, res 1724 Twelfth 
Flescher Wm C, barber, res 1724 Twelfth 

Fletcher , res Vernon Heights 

Fletcher Chas H, agent Pacific Transfer Co (S F), res 661 Third 

Fletcher Joseph, conductor CPRR, res Livermore 

Fletcher Matthew S, wiper CPRR Shops, res 1830 Seventh 

Fletcher Thomas H, grainer, res 852 Jefferson 

Fletcher W F, policeman, res 1308 Telegraph ave 

Fletcher Wm, barber with Joseph Jemery, res 1724 Twelfth 

Fletcher W T, res 1308 Telegraph 

Flick David A, carpenter, res 416 East Sixteenth 

Flick Geo W, contractor, res 416 East Sixteenth 



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Flint A P, insurance (S F), res 1103 Filbert 

Flint Edward D (Taylor & Flint, S F), res 513 Thirteenth 

Flint Edward P (Flint, Peabodyfc Co, S F), res 513 Thirteenth 

Flint Elijah T, res 1269 Castro 

Flint Francis Miss, res 909 Linden 

Flint Francis E, with Frank P Flint (S F), res Blake House, 

1059 Washington 
Flint Frank P (S F), res Blake House, 1059 Washington 
Flint Geo B (Kelsey & Flint), res 1073 Broadway 
Flint Geo B, First Lieutenant Oakland Light Cavalry 
Flint Harry, insurance (S F), res 1103 Filbert 
Flint Levi, shoemaker, 1754 Seventh, res 1718 Eighth 
Flint M H, paper, res Blake House 
Flint Mabel Miss, res 1103 Filbert 
Flint Samuel, superintendent's office post-office (S F), res 1718 

Eighth 
Flood Geo F, blacksmith, res 666 East Fifteenth 
Flood Isaac, whitener and kalsominer, res 666 East Fifteenth 
Flora Elisha H. house mover, res 1464 Market 
Flora M R, house mover, res 1624 Myrtle 

Flory Isaac, electrotype department Pacific Press, res 1059 Castro 
Floyd W E, agent with Yates & Co, First foot Castro, res San 

Francisco 
Flynn Andrew, groceries and liquors, 1601 Myrtle, res same 
Flynn Chas C, shipwright, res 885 Bay 
Flynn Edmond, res 721 Fourth 
Flynn Hugh, blacksmith, res 1862 William « 

Flynn James, laborer CPRR Ship Yard 
Flynn James, upholsterer with McGovern & Cahill, res 824 

Lydia 
Fivnn James F, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 131 

Hollis 
Flynn John S, painter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1363 

Eighteenth 
Flynn Maggie, domestic, 1018 Eighteenth 
FLYNN PATRICK, wood, coal, hay, grain, etc, 1459 and 1461 

Seventh, res 822 Lewis 
Flynn Pgorman, shoemaker with C W Cornor, res 367 Twelfth 
Flynn Timothy, carpenter, res 1363 Eighteenth 
Foard Daniel R, salesman with Phelan & Fish, res 356 Tenth 
Focacci Frank, gardener, res rear 657 Myrtle 
Focacci Louis, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 653 Myrtle 
Fochette Martin, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Fogarty Matthew, night watchman, res 1312 Market 
Fogarty Thos, laborer, res 852 \ Webster 
Fogg Ella F Miss, teacher, res 463 Twentieth 
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Fogg Geo, student, res Alta House 

Fogg Geo H, real estate office, cor Broadway and Twentieth, res 

463 Twentieth 
Fogg Geo J, carpenter CPRR, res 1454 Seventh 

FOGG JAMES L. agent Mutual Life of New York, Travelers and 
Continental Insurance Co, office 460 Tenth, res 1011 
Brush 

Fogg Joseph S, carpenter, res 813 Market 

Fojada Joseph, gardener, cor Thirty-eighth and Telegraph ave 

Foley Daniel, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Foley D J, ship carpenter CPRR Yards 

Foley James, blacksmith, res 1725 Myrtle 

Foley James J, res 1023 Peralta 

Foley John, teamster Renton Coal Co, res 666 Twenty-Seventh 

Foley Michael, laborer, res 1171 Third 

Foley Thomas, laborer, res 623 Chestnut 

Foley Thomas, wiper CPRR Shops, res 620 Chestnut 

Folger George S, foreman with Frank Barnard & Co, res 363 
Fifth 

Folger James A (J A Folger & Co, S F), res 1308 Jackson 

Folger J A Jr, salesman with J A Folger & Co, res 1308 Jackson 

Folger James, carpenter, res 374 Tenth 

Folger S G, collector with Jaffe & Co, res 373 Second 

Folkers John H A, dental goods (S F), res 915 Myrtle 

Follansbee Geo A, carpenter, res 1708 Seward 

Follrath Adam, horseshoer, 1060 Thirteenth ave, res 2112 Thir- 
teenth ave 

Follrath George E, horseshoer with Adam Follrath and extraman 
Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, res 619 East Fourteenth 

Follrath William A, horseshoer with Adam Follrath, res 514 East 
Twelfth 

Folte Gustav, bookkeeper, res 870 Franklin 

Fonda D B (Fonda & Co), propr West Oakland Sentinel, res 
1772 Goss 

Fonda Geo H, real estate, 1696 Seventh, res 1772 Goss 

FONDA P W (Fonda & Co), editor West Oakland Sentinel, res 
1772 Goss 

FONDA & CO (P w and D B Fonda), editors and proprietors West 
Oakland Sentinel, 1696 Seventh 

Fones John M, carpenter, res 518 Eighth 

Fonte Antone, groceries and dry goods, cor East Twelfth and 
Sixteenth ave, res 1114 Sixteenth ave 

Fonte George, tanner with Crist & Co, res Twenty-third nr Nine- 
teenth ave 

Fonte Joseph T, clerk with Antone Fonte, res 1114 Sixteenth 
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Fontes Anton, coachman, 154 Lake 

Foot Chas B, clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co, res 805 Clay 

Foot M S, laborer CPRR 

Foote Henry S, attorney-at-law (S F), res 521 Nineteenth 

Foote William W, railroad commissioner, res 1154 Brush 

Forbes Alfred E, clerk with M H Coffee, res 1559 Seventh 

Forbes A P, millwright, res 863 Union 

Forbes Frederick, bookkeeper, res 1559 Seventh 

Force Edward E, employe with Judson & Co, res 1244 Adeline 

Ford Albert, carpenter, res 1080 Fourteenth ave 

Ford , fireman CPRR, res 566 East Eleventh 

Ford Charles, carriage painter, res 2139 Chestnut 

Ford C J, fireman CPRR, res 1422 Tenth 

Ford Daniel R, salesman with Phelan & Fish, res 356 Tenth 

Ford Emma Miss, cook Pacific Press Boarding House, res 1067 
Castro 

Ford George, dairyman, res 913 Twenty-eighth 

Ford Henry P, clerk, res 765 Grove 

Ford Jerome, lumber merchant, res 923 Fifth ave 

Ford John, shoemaker, res 719 Lewis 

Ford Katie M, res 765 Grove 

Ford Lizzie Miss, res 765 Grove 

Ford Wm, laborer, res 1832 Seventh 

Ford William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Fording Ida Miss, res 1571 Broadway 

Fording Mary E Mrs, res 1571 Broadway 

Forgie John, cutter with Bullock & Jones (S F), res 1461 Broad- 
way 

Forney Robert L, milkman, res 231 Helen 

Forrest Anna, domestic, 1268 Harrison 

Forrest Curtis T, capitalist, res 1841 Webster 

Forrest E T, upholsterer, res 1460 Seventh 

Forrest M F, furnished rooms, 1460 Seventh 

Forrest Sterling P, laborer, res 761 Castro 

Forsland Emma S, domestic, 758 Tenth 

Forster Dorothy Mrs, res 758 Castro 

Forster Emma, res 329 Third 

Forsyth John H, bartender with Thomas Newman, res Seventh 
Street House 

Fort Peter, bartender with J M Reath, res 463 Sixth 

Fortado Frank, laborer, res 730 Henry 

Forth mann Q D, ship carpenter CPRR Yard 

Fortin Damien E, clerk with V L Fortin, res 566 Nineteenth 

Fortin Victor L, lime depot and contractor for brick work, 480 
Third, res 566 Nineteenth 

Fortman Diedrich, ship carpenter, res Bay nr William 

Fortman Fred, ship carpenter CPRR Ship Yard, res 834 Cedar 



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Fosgate Louise Miss, res 698 Sycamore 

Foss C O, carpenter, res 616 Sixteenth 

Foster Charles, parcel delivery, res 936 Pine 

Foster Charles A, inspector custom house (S F), res 958 Willow 

Foster Chas M, machinist (S F), res 1717 William 

Foster Capt E, chief engineer C P R R, res 2105 California (S F) 

Foster E J Mrs, dressmaker, res 418 Twelfth 

Foster Frank, pressman, res 836 Clay 

Foster George W, fruit and vegetables, 915 Seventh, res 832 

Linden 
Foster Isaac L, machinist, res 1924 Filbert 
Foster John, helper C P R R Yards, res 821 Henry 
Foster John, tailor, res Winters' Hotel 

Foster John A, foreman Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1924 Fil- 
bert 
Foster John R, salesman with J A Shaber & Co, res 263 East 

Seventeenth 
Foster Michael, actor, res 908 Pine 
Foster M J, miner, res 960 Castro 
Foster Samuel (S Foster & Co, S F), res 1055 Poplar 
Foster William, res 1761 Goss 
Foster W W, conductor Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, res 914 

Henry 
Foucault V M, real estate, res 518 Twenty-second 
Fought Wm P, machinist, res 875 Washington 
Foulkes James F, physician, office 969 Broadway, res 571 

Twelfth 
Foulkes John F, physician, office 969 Broadway, res 571 Twelfth 
Foulkner Thomas F, janitor, res 411 Fifteenth 
Foundation Daniel, harnessmaker with A W Palmer 
Fountain Eliza Miss, saleslady with Mrs Minnie Bettman, res 807 

Brush 
Fountain Lodge, I O G T, meets at California Medical College 

every Monday evening 
Fountain Lodge No 198, I O O F 
Fountain Wm H, wharfinger, res 807 Brush 
Fourteenth Street Railroad Co 
Fourteenth Street Railroad Stables, NW cor Fourteenth and 

Center, office Centennial Building 
Fowler Clarence D, gunsmith with C F Scholl, 517 Seventh 
Fowler Douglas T, principal Prescott Grammar School, res 977 

Sixth ave 
Fowler E M Miss, res 528 Ninth 
FOWLER EZRA S> general secretary Young Men's Christian 

Association, res .">2<S Ninth 
Fowler Jefferson, res 1063 Tenth ave 
Fowler Jennie B, domestic, n s Birch nr Maple, Temescal 



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Fowler John T, capitalist, res College ave nr Claremont 

Fowler Prentice N, bookkeeper (S F), res 528 Ninth 

Fowler W Mrs, res 528 Ninth 

Fowler William, superintendent mines, res NW cor Park ave and 

Hollis 
Fowler William B, musician, res G36 Filbert 
Fowler Wm W, real estate, res 702 Tenth 
Fox Annie Miss, res Merritt House 
Fox Annie E Miss, bookkeeper with Taft & Pennoyer, res Benton 

bet Railroad and Santa Clara aves, Alameda 
Fox Charles N, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1057 Market 
Fox Dwight W, assistant Temescal School, res cor Telegraph ave 

and Birch 
Fox Emma La Veuve Mrs, tract distributor American Missionary 

Societv, Vernon Park 
Fox H F Mrs, res 827 Willow 
Fox Hiram W, carpenter CPRR, res 1826 Goss 
Fox Jacob, machinist, res 1923 Filbert 
Fox J E Mrs, res 822 Twelfth 
Fox John, coachman, res 615 Thirteenth 
Fox John S, janitor Cole School, res 360 Fifth 
Fox Kate M Mrs, matron Old Ladies' Home of Oakland, Linden 

Lane, North Temescal 
Fox L C Mrs, res 826 Webster 
Fox Levin T, cattle-raiser, res 662 East Twelfth 
Fox Loren, plumber, 1261 San Pablo ave, res Tremont House 
Fox Robert O, ship-master, res 827 Cedar 
Fox Wm F (Fox & Price), res 827 Willow 

Fox & Price (Wm F Fox and Walter F Price), wood, coal, lum- 
ber, hay, etc, dealers, foot of Division 
Foy Charles, res 869 East Fifteenth 
Foy Martin, employe C P R R, res 1014 Ninth ave 
Foy Owen, res 869 East Fifteenth 

Fover George, foreman with Frank Barnard & Co, res 267 Second 
Frame Archibald R, clerk C P R R, office S F, res 1166 Twelfth 
Frampton Charles E, engineer C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 
France J K, physician and surgeon, res 1039 Linden 
France Louis N, clerk Market Street Cable Railroad Co (S F), res 

1039 Linden 
Francis Henry L, bookkeeper with Dalton & Gray (S F), res 914 

Peralta 
Francis John Rev, pastor -The Tabernacle (Baptist, S F), res 

524 East Eighteenth 
Francis Joseph, laborer C P R R, res 213 Hollis 
Francis Joseph (Smith & Co), 271 B, res 213 Hollis 
Francis Joseph T, carpenter, res 689 Twenty-sixth 
Francis Patrick, stair-builder, res 856 East Twenty-first 



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FRANCIS SAMUEL, merchant tailor, 1006 Broadway, res 966 

Castro 
Francisco D, laborer CPRR 
Francisco Daniel, res Thirty-ninth nr Grove 
Francisco Manuel, res 821 East Fifteenth 
Franck Adam, machinist, res 1416 Eleventh 
Franck Charles, agent Philadelphia Brewery (S F), res 820 Mag- 
nolia 
Franck FraDkie Mrs, res 1416 Eleventh 
Frank C Mrs, groceries, 1269 Cypress 
Frank James, tile-cutter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2305 

Peralta 
Frank Theodore, Carriage Repository, 1222 Broadway, res same 
Frank Theresa, domestic, 1003 Franklin 
Frank William P, carriagemaker, res 1222 Broadway 
FRANK'S FLORAL DEPOT, F Schlotzhauer proprietor, 1101* 

Broadway 
Franke Clemens, car-repairer CPRR Yards, res 1824 William 
Franke Geo, car-cleaner CPRR, res 1824 William 
Franke Rudolph (Franke & Lewis), res 1789 Grove 
Franke & Lewis (Rudolph Franke and William Lewis), proprs 

Oakland Pickle Factory, 1622 Grove 
Franklin Grammar School, J H Sumner principal, Tenth ave 

bet East Fifteenth and East Sixteenth 
Franklin William H, millwright, res 832 Clay 
Frantz Jay M (Burrell & Frantz), res 1670 Valdez 
Franz Antone J, laborer, res 249 Harlan 
Franz Clara, domestic, 527 Eighteenth 
Frary Fred, carriage painter, res cor Sixth ave and Eighth opp 

Clinton Station 
Fraser Alexander, car repairer CPRR Yards, 1768 Atlantic 
Fraser D M G, ship carpenter, res 1422 Linden 
Fraser Isabella R Mrs, propr Garfield House, 462 Ninth 
Fraser Julia Miss, res 916 Myrtle 
Fraser M, saloon, 674 Broadway, res same 
Fraser Robt, ship carpenter, res 1102 Wood 
Fraser Samuel W, carpenter, res 305 Third 
Eraser Thomas Rev, res 916 Myrtle 
Frates Antone, foreman CPRR, res 121 Hollis 
F rates Joseph A, laborer, res 226 Hollis 
Frauender Leo, blacksmith and machinist, 419 Tenth, res 1462 

Telegraph ave 
Frawley James, laborer, res 140 Hannah 
Frazer Alexander, laborer, res 1768 Atlantic 
FRAZER HUGH, carriagemaker, blacksmith, and wheelwright, 

1008 Franklin, res Ross House 
Frazer S W, carpenter, res 305 Third 



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Frazer Jane Mrs, nurse, res 1551 Seventh 

Frazier Lizzie Miss, saleslady, res 1551 Seventh 

Frea Rosa Mrs, res 711 Myrtle 

Frear Walter Rev, pastor Second Congregational Church, res 

1030 Peralta 
Frederick F, upholsterer, res 410 Tenth 
Frederick William B, bookkeeper, res 520 Fifteenth 
Fredericks Gustave A H, cigarmaker with R Kuerzel, res 319 

Eleventh 
Frederickson Wm, captain steamer Tkorouyhfare, res 516 East 

Sixteenth 
Frederick John Henry, conductor C P R R, res 910 Peralta 
Fredrick Katie Miss, res 910 Peralta 

Fredericks Jacob, carriage painter with Sohst Bros, res 569 Six- 
teenth 
Fredricks John M, engineer C P R R, res 870 Peralta 
Fredrickson J, band sawyer Independent' Planing Mill, res 517 

Third 
Free Reading Room, 564 East Twelfth 
Freeman Aggie Miss, furnished rooms, 973 Washington 
Freeman A J, bakery, 779 Twelfth, res same 
Freeman Albert A, draftsman, res 1663 Seward 
Freeman Arthur M, dairyman, res Dover nr Benton 
Freeman Benjamin, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good 

Cheer House, Emery Station 
Freeman Clarr M Miss, student California Medical College, res 

753 Seventh 
Freeman Eugene Capt, port pilot (S F), res 1019 Linden 
Freeman James E, civil engineer, 104 Montgomery Block (S F), 

res 574 Thirteenth 
Freeman Mai^nus, tailor, res 22 Maiden Lane 
Freeman Mary Mrs, boaniing, 820 Isabella 
Freeman R L, land office (S F), res 1218 Chestnut 
Freeman Thomas H, salesman with M Greenhood & Co, res 819 

Washington 
Freequy Eugene, lanndryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Freifert Zoe Madam, res 46 H Fourth 
Freitas Frank, mine 1 ', res 1847 Grove 
Frietas Joseph, laborer C P R R, res 823 East Twelfth 
Freitas Joseph, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 238 Harlam 
Freitas Manuel, foundryman Julson Manufacturing Co, res 234 

Harlam 
Freiters F, laborer, res 361 h Third 
Freiters Frank, laborer, res 704 Brush 
French Miss, domestic, res 836 Broadway 
French Annie Miss, teacher music, res 1405 Brush 
French Asa T, engineer, res 827 Franklin 




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French Herbert M, bookkeeper with W A Rouse & Co, res 1405 

Brush 
French H R, bookkeeper with Petar & Dresco, res Ross House 
French John D, hardware agent, 109 California (S F), res 1244 

Adeline 
French Nicholas, teacher, res 723 Linden 
French Peter, res Galindo Hotel 

Frese John L, boarding house, 1880 Seventh, res same 
Frenler John, bookkeeper (S F), res cor Mono ave and McCall 
Frey Gus J, contractor, res 863 Cedar 
Frey John, watchmaker and jeweler, 1768 Seventh, res 947 

Wood 
Freytag Edward, bartender Shell Mound Park, res same 
Frick Emile, engineer C P R R, res 1053 Ninth ave 
Frick George W, Board of Education, office Court House, res 

Haywards 
Frickstad Taral Rev, missionary, res 909 East Fifteenth 
Frie Frank, gardener, res Vernon ave 
Friedman Louis, propr Arcade Shoestore, res 574 Ninth 
Friemon William, farmer, res 2223 Andover 
Friend Wm Mrs, res 846 Seventeenth 
Friend W H, custom house deputy (S F), res 971 West 
Frigoletta Antonio, bootblack, res 475 Seventh 
Frink Ledyard, farmer, res 1220 Grove 
Frisbie Eugene, foreman electrotyping department Pacific Press 

Publishing Co, res 717 Tenth 
Frisbie M A Mrs, res 1133 Myrtle 
Frisbie Orin B, pressman Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 717 

Tenth 
Fritz Antone, tanner, res 1215 Twentieth ave 
Fronk George M (Sewell & Fronk), res 1171 Washington 
Frontier Peter, jeweler, res 763 Webster 
Fross Ella M Miss, res 762 Fifteenth 
Frost Charles S, machinist with Mclntire, Abbey & Co, res 473 

East Twelfth 
Frost George, painter, res 517 Ninth 

Frost Joseph, shoemaker with W H Nolan, res Winter's Hotel 
Frost P C Mrs, res 513 East Fifteenth * 
Frost William E, carpenter C P R R, res 872 Henry 
Fruit and Flower Mission, Miss Lillian Brown president, Miss 

Thompson secretary, res 1307 Broadway 
Fruit Vale French Laundry, office 407 Eighth 
Fry Fariena, domestic, Lee nr Vernon ave 
Fryburg Henry, laborer, res 463 B 

Fuchs August, clerk with Philip Fuchs, res 1169 Center 
Fuchs Philip, wood and coal, hay and grain, 1169 Center, res same 



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Fuchs Stella, domestic, "Elm wood," North Teinescal 

Fuegel Jennie M, domestic, 660 Fourteenth 

Fullan W J, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res Ross House 

Fuller A A, truckman with Porter Bros & Co, res Banner House 

Fuller Albert A, driver with W A Rouse & Co, res 488 Twenty-fifth 

Fuller A L, principal Fruit Vale School, res 416 East Fifteenth 

Fuller Benjamin B, res 1833 Linden 

Fuller Charles H, drayman, res 762 Alice 

Fuller Daniel W, painter C P R R Ship Yard, res 1162 Seventh 

Fuller Emerson, canvasser, res 416 East Fifteenth 

Fuller Fred O, detective Oakland Police Department, res 1471 

San Pablo ave 
FULLER HINDS, agent Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, 912 

Broadway, res 558 Sixteenth 
Fuller John S, painter, res 1375 Seventeenth 
Fuller R A, painter, res 567 Thirty-sixth 
Fullmer L D, salesman (S F), res 909 Peralta 
Fulton Alonzo, cook with Hallahan Bros, res 1005 Webster 
Fulton Charles A, U S Navy Pav Office (S F), res 318 Fourteenth 
Fulton C M, clerk C P R R, res' 1239 Lind.n 
Fulton John M, engineer C P R R, res 1519 Eighth 
F under Peter, seaman, res 124 Ettie 

Furguson Mary Ann Mrs, res rear 837i Brush, up stairs 
Furlong John, laborer, res 617 Magnolia 
FURNISS MILES> restaurant, cor Eighth and Washington, res 

510 Eighth 
Furniss Herbert 0, with M Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Furrey Wilmer E, teamster, res Forty-second nr Telegraph'ave 
Furst Henry, clothing, 901 Broadway, res 361 Tenth 
Fuss Fred, laborer, res cor Grove and Thirty-third 



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Gabb Joseph, butcher, res 224 Fifth 

Gaffney Maria, domestic, 698 Thirty-fifth 

Gagan Ellen W Mrs, res 1004 Broadway 

Gagan Grant W, compositor, res 1004 Broadway 

Gage Ada Mrs, res 418 Twelfth 

Gage Haroll, picture frame maker, 418 Twelfth 

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Gage John W, sea captain, res 520 Twenty-fifth 

Gage Stephen T, director's deputy CPRR, res 1300 Harrison 

Gage S L, employe CPRR, res 1300 Harrison 

Gage William E, res 520 Twenty-fifth 

Gaggeoni Julio, employe Contra Costa Laundry 

Gager E M Mrs, res 610 Twelfth 

Gannon Jchn B, res 1316 Eighth 

Gagnon John D, attorney-at-law, 320 California St (S F), res 
1316 Eighth 

Gagnon Lucien J, clerk, res 1316 Eighth 

Gaillard Chas, assistant bookkeeper French Savings Bank (S F), 
res 1057 Campbell 

Gaillard Edward, bookkeeper with Hibernia Bank (S F), res 
1521 Eighth 

Gaines Chauncey, teller Union ( Savings Bank, res n s Berkeley 
way bet Grant and Hamilton, Berkeley 

Gaines John Clark, watchmaker and jeweler, 867 Broadway, res 
811 Washington 

Gaines Michael, laborer, res 724 Chester 

Gainsburg George, farmer, res Watts above Forty-seventh 

Gaither W H, salesman with Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner, res 
958 Grove 

Galavan James G (Moran & Galavan), res NE cor Eighth and 
Cypress 

Galavan James, foreman No 3 Engine Co, 'res 1378 Eighth OFD 

Galbraith Alma Miss, assistant High School, res 1305 Broadway 

Galbraith W H, vice principal Oakland High School, res 1160 
Alice 

Gale Maurice, steward, res '1677 Taylor 

Galey Paul, saw filer, res 603 Webster 

GALINDO BILLIARD PARLORS. Edwin H Campbell propri- 
etor, 411 Eighth 

GALINDO HOTEL. John M Lawlor proprietor, Eighth nr Broad- 
way 

Galindo Frank L, house painter, res 816 Clay 

Galindo John, res 836 Broadway 

Galindo Nasario, res 816 Clay 

Gallagar Daniel, carpenter, res 1431 Filbert 

Gallagher Annie Miss, res 951 Third 

Gallagher Barney, laborer, res Forty-second nr Telegraph, Tem- 
escal 

Gallagher Bernard, foreman CPRR, res 476 Hawthorne 

Gallagher James, stone mason, res 270 Fifth 

Gallagher John, waiter, res 850 Franklin 

Gallagher John, capitalist, res 711 Filbert 

Gallagher Michael, bartender with Mrs C McCabe, res 753 
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Gallagher Neil, groceries, 1722 Telegraph 

Gallagher P, plumber and gasfitter, 703 Seventh 

Gallagher Patrick, laborer, res 74-2 Linden 

Gallagher P E, plumber, res 742 Linden 

Gallagher Timothy, clerk, res 1722 Telegraph ave 

Gallan Annie, domestic, res 310 East Seventeenth 

Gallant Peter, carpenter C P R ft Yards, res 124 Louisa 

Galliyer Daniel, manager East Oakland Planing Mill, res 1431 

Filbert 
Galligher John, teamster with John Brown, res cor East Twelfth 

and Twentieth ave 
Gallin Frederick, carpenter, res 1419 Ninth 
Gallin John F, carpenter, res 141 'J Ninth , 

Gallivan Maurice, laborer, res cor Twenty-third and Valley 
Calloway George, actor, res 556 Sixteenth 
Galpin Philip G, attorney-at-law (S F), res Claremont ave nr 

Temescal 
Galvin Bessie Miss, res 1204 Fourteenth 
Galvin James (Galvin & Lebrecht), res 4!>4 Twenty-fifth 
Galvin k, Lebrecht (James Galvin and Win Lebrecht), carriage 

and wagon works, 1301 Telegraph ave 
Gamble John, employe Jute Mill, res 901 Seventh ave 
Gamble Walter, cook with J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

ave, bet Summer and Clifton 
Ganey J. laborer C P R R 

GanglofFR S, plumber Oakland Gas Light Co, res 1005 Third 
Ganley Edward, laborer, res rear 70f> Fifth 
Gannon Martin, res 0(i5 East Twelfth 
Gannon Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res 1027 Eighth 
Gannon Thomas, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, 1773 Wil- 
liam 
Gans Alphonse, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Gans B D, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
(Jans Robert, clerk, res 831 Clay 

Gansberg Henry, shoemaker with F Senram & Co, res 012 Har- 
rison 
Garabrant Charles, machinist, res 8SS Harrison 
GARABRANT 0RVILLE (La Monte, Wilbur & Garabrant), res 

833 Harrison 
Qarber liichael C (Barstow & Garberj, res 408 Thirteenth 
Garcelon C M Biro, res cor Fourteenth and Jackson 
Garcelon Harris, ship builder, res 1207 Twenty-sixth 
Garcelon Harvey, carpenter, res 1450 Ninth 
Garcelon Horace, clerk, res 1450 Ninth 
Garcia Frank, hostlei with Wilmar Dewitt, 970 Market 
Garcia Frank, laborer, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave, Temes- 
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Garcia Fred, laborer, res Forty-fourth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove, Temescal 
Garcia John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 422 B 
Garcia Michael, teamster, res Merced ave bet Shattuck and 

Humboldt aves, Temescal 
Gard Nicholas, mining, res 1021 Twelfth 
Gardiner A L Mrs, res 528 Jones 

Gardiner Frank, laborer, res Fortieth nr Adeline, Temescal 
Gardiner James J, real estate agent, 464 Tenth, res 528 Jones 
Gardiner James T (Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner), res 524 Jones 
Gardiner James T, painter, 1204 Broadway, res 424 Fourteenth 
Gardiner Richard P N, painter with J T Gardiner, res 424 Four- 
teenth 
Gardiner Sarah A, res Fortieth nr Adeline, Temescal 

GARDNER CORNELIA MRS, agent S T Taylors' System of 

Dress Cutting, 952 Broadway 
Gardner Cornelia Miss, saleslady, 952 Broadway 
Gardner Frank, sawyer, res Fortieth nr San Pablo ave 
Gardner Hiram S, fireman CPRR, res 1314 Eighth 

GARDNER JAMES W. San Francisco and traveling agent for 

Pacific Press, 529 Commercial (S F) 
Gardner L A Mrs, res 1901 Broadway 
Gardner Louis M, carpenter, res 518 Eighth 
Gardner M E Miss, milliner with R Jones, res 558 Sixteenth 
Gardner Robert, land dealer, res 4(33 East Eleventh . 
Gardner William J, carpenter, res 527 Seventh 
GaresShe Clara L Miss, res 832 Fourteenth 
Garesche Florence Miss, res 832 Fourteenth 

GARFIELD BLOCK, 1003i Broadway 

Garfield House, Mrs I R Fraser propr, 462 Ninth 

Garibaldi Giacomo, miner, res Forty-second nr Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Garien Gerhardt, cook with M Furniss, res 513 Ninth 
Garin Paul, special drawing teacher High and Irving Grammar 

Schools, res 815 Thirty-fifth 
Garity Sarah Mrs, groceries, 1924 San Pablo ave, res same 
Garland Charles W (Garland Manufacturing Co), res 1901 Broad- 
way 
Garland C J, miner, res 1025 Seventh ave 
Garland Holland, employe Jute Works, 409 East Seventeenth 
Garland James, horse trainer, res NW cor Park ave and Hollis 
Garland Manufacturing Co (C W Garland and E Beals), sewer 

traps, 1901 Broadway 
Garlenj Charles, gardener with Herman Bendel, res 228 Third 
Garlick E F Mrs, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 574 
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Garlick James 0, merchant, res 715 Thirteenth 

Gariick Jo-hua P, principal Cole Grammar School, res 574 Thir- 
teenth 

Garlick Walter James, clerk, res 715 Thirteenth 

Garner Henry, coachman, res 1278 Fourth ave 

Garner Henry W, butcher with Henry Garner, res 839 Harrison 

Garo Delores, bootblack, SE cor Eleventh and Broadway, res 655 
Washington 

GARON LOUIS 6. proprietor Cottage Saloon, 553 Broadway, res 
same 

Garrison F M, bookkeeper, res 1314 Tenth ave 

Garrison William A, engineer C P R R, res 1517 Eighth 

Garrity John, laborer, res 1624 Linden 

Garthorne George H, agent California Cracker Co (S F), res 1023 
Chester 

Garth waite Harry, chief inspector surveyor's office (S F), res 
1319 Filbert 

GARTH WAITE WILLIAM W, cashier Oakland Bank of Savings, 
res Pagoda Hill, Claremont 

Gartlin George, teamster, res 822 East Fourteenth 

Gartner F W, machine hand C P R R, res 1911 Filbert 

Garvan James C, yard foreman C P R R, res 1010 Wood 

Garvey H, helper C P R R Yards, res 821 Chester 

Garvey Henry P, fireman C P R R, res 821 Cnester 

Garvey James J, fireman C P R R, res 821 Ciiester 

Garvey John C, machinist C P R R, res 821 Chester 

Garvey J P, real estate (S F), res 772 Ninth 

Garvey Lizzie E Miss, teacher, res 821 Chester 

Garvey Patrick, boilermaker, res 821 Chester 

Garvey Thomas, inspector C P R R, res 802 Willow 

Garvey Thomas F, apprentice, res 821 Chester 

Garvin James, produce (S F), res 950 Brush 

Garvin John J, res 708 Sixth 

Garvin Newridon A, miner, res 1611 Thirteenth ave 

Garvin R J, res 1658 Fourteenth ave 

Gary James, laborer, res 1666 Atlantic 

Garziglia J A. clerk with RafFo Bros, res 671 Broadway 

Gaskill D W C, capitalist, res 1395 Harrison 

Gaskill Herbert D, student, res 1395 Harrison 

GASKILL ROLLIN C city agent Wells, Fargo & Co, res 573 
Fifteenth 

GASKILL VARNEY W, insurance and overland ticket agent, 
466 Ninth, res 573 Fifteenth 

Gaspard El ward, propr Temescal Park House, res NW cor For- 
ty-sixth and Telegraph 

Gaspard Francis, liquor saloon, 827 East Twelfth, res same 

Gass Emma, nurse girl, 1005 Webster 



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Gass George Y, policeman, res 606 East Eleventh 

Gast F, engineer CPRR, res West Berkeley 

Gates Alvah, propr Thirteenth Street Stable, Thirteenth bet 
Broadway and Franklin 

Gates Geo W Mrs, res 913 Union 

Gates Sophia B Mrs, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 913 
Union 

Gattie J A, painter, res 1804 Seventh 

Gaudin J L, manufacturer tallow, res Stock Yard north of Oak- 
land 

Gauge William, gardener, res 1528| Broadway 

Gaul Mary, res 1535 Curtis 

Gaulene Hypolite, butcher, cor Fourth and Jefferson, res 1739 
Adeline 

Gaunce E R, brakeman CPRR, res 984 Pine 

Gaunce Frank M, res 1014 Wood 

Gaunce R L, brakeman CPRR, res 1164 Peralta 

Gaunce Robt L, baggage master CPRR, res NW cor Wood and 
Pacific 

Gaunce Sarah Mrs, res 1014 Wood 

Gavica Mrs, res 713 Jefferson 

Gavin John, fireman Oakland Gas Works, res 660 Magnolia 

Gawley Rose Mrs, dressmaker, res 1009 Franklin 

Gay David, carpenter, res 134 Hannah 

Gay David, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 134 Hannah 

Gav Robert (Gay & Trenschel), res 853 Myrtle 

GAY & TRENSCHEL (Robert Gay and Otto E Trenschel), Palace 
Market, SE cor Seventh and Myrtle 

Gayetty Edward P, farmer, res 1201 West 

Gaylord Albert H, telegraph operator, res 673 Thirty-fourth 

Gay lord Chas P, brakeman CPRR, res 1055 Twelfth ave 

Gaylord Edward C (Gaylord & Olmsted), res 673 Thirty-fourth 

Gaylord Hiram B, miner, res 673 Thirty-fourth 

Gaylord & Olmsted (E C Gaylord and H A Olmsted), wood, 
coal, hay and grain, NW cor Thirty-fourth and Telegraph 
ave 

Gazave James, res 373 First 

Gazzolo V, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Gearms Peter, liquor saloon, i*es 1416 Eighteenth 

Geary Catherine, res 830 Sixteenth 

Geary H Kirke, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res 824 
Twenty-second 

Geary John, laborer, res 1626 Linden 

Geary Maurice, porter Whitney & Co's Express, res 459 Sixth 

Geary Sarah Mrs, res Marathon Park, cor Thirty-ninth and Tele- 
graph ave 

Geddes Alexander (McKenzie & Co), res 411 Ninth 



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Gee Martin C, painter and contractor, res 327 Eleventh 
Geerhahn Frederick, saloon, 674 Broadway, res same 
Gehr Lauriston H (Bankhead & Gehr), 911 Washington 
Gehring Ed, cook with M Furniss, res 513 Ninth 
Geil Herman, clerk with Chas H Hanke 
Geise K A, blacksmith, res Myrtle bet Third and Fifth 
Geisenhofer Michael, baker New Liberty Bakery, res 1159 Third 
Geischen House, Sophia J Dodge proprietress, NE cor Sixth and 

Broadway 
Gelardi Giovanni, laundryman Contra Costa Lumdry 
Gelardi Gresosforms, res Contra Costa Laundry 
Gelardi Louis, laundryman, Contra Costa Laundry 
Geldner Herman, laborer, res 1470 Thirteenth ave 
Gelwicks Daniel W (D W Gelwicks & Co) and State Prison 

director, res 466i Thirteenth 
Gelwicks D VV Mrs, artist, studio 466 h Thirteenth 
Gelwicks Daniel W & Co (Daniel W Gelwicks), steam book and 

job printers, 459 Ninth 
Gely Louis, tailor with Chas Baab, res San Francisco 
GEM DRUG STORE, G T Walker proprietor, 954 Seventh 
Gemmell A Mrs, res 869 Filbert 
Gensoul Mary Mrs, res 1520 Ninth 
Gentry Kate Miss, milliner, res 517| Seventh 
Gentry Martha A Mrs, millinery and hair work, 517^ Seventh, 

res same 
George Ellicott, clerk, res 1116 West 
George Edwin L, farmer, res 484 Twenty-fifth 
George Frank, laborer C P R R 

George Joseph, shoemaker, 1789 Seventh, res 1621 Sixteenth 
George Robert H, secretary Saucelito Land Co and collector 

Oakland Gas Light Co, res 1116 West 
George Samuel, carpenter, res 410 Tenth 
Georgeades Alen, peanuts, cor Thirteenth and Broadway, res 368 

Ninth 
Gerhardy Henry, butcher with John C M Miller, 'res 215 Fifth 
Gerhardy Philip J, propr City Market, res 563 Fourteenth 
Gerken Chas, bartender with John Schoenfelder, res 1752 

Seventh 
Gerken D, saloon (S F), res 1720 Eighth 
Germain Alfred, night watchman, res 704 Webster 
Germain Frank, laundryman Contra Costa'Laundry 
Germain G, dairyman, res cor Adeline and Stanley, Temescal 
German H, dairyman, res cor Adeline and Stanley, Temescal 
GERMAN AMERICAN INSURANCE CO- Strong & Watson 

agents, 4/0 Ninth 
German Evangelical Lutheran Zion Church, cor Clay and Thir 

teenth 




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German Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev Chas A Hertel pastor, 

n s Seventeenth nr San Pablo ave 
Germania Council No 66, Order Chosen Friends, Germania Hall, 

meets every Friday 
GERMANIA HALL, 832-836 Webster 

Germania Hall Association, John Martens secretary, 826 Web- 
ster 
Germanus David, cigars and tobacco (S F), res 776 Eleventh 
Gernreich William (Gernreich & Thornburgh), resNE cor Eighth 

and Chester 
Gernreich & Thornburgh (William Gernreich and M K Thorn- 
burgh), groceries, NE cor Eighth and Chester 
Gerrish James L, machinist CPRR, res 770 Pine 
Gerrity John, laborer CPRR 

Getchell Fred, lumber, 20 California (S F), res 1303 Grove 
Getchell Otis, wood and coal, SE cor Fourth and Grove, res 751 

Market 
Getchell Ransome, wood and coal, res 615 Fourth 
Getchell Wintield S, engineer CPRR, res 1035 Chester 
Geyer George, scenic artist, res 1521 San Pablo ave 
Ghirardelli A (Ghirardelli & Ravenna, S F), res 920 Third 
Ghirardelli Dominico, merchant (S F), res 767 Brush 
Ghirardelli Wm B (Rocovich & Ghirardelli, S F), res 712 Myrtle 
Gibb A. carpenter with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 308 

Second 
Gibbons James, propr New York Hotel, SE cor Seventh and 

Franklin 
Gibbons M F, ship carpenter CPRR Yards, res 833 Peralta 
GIBBONS PATRICK- groceries and liquors, 1473 Seventh 
Gibbs Chas E, attorney-at-law (S F), res 680 Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs Ellen Mrs, assistant Durant School, res 680 Thirty-fourth 
Gibbs E O, millwright, res 817 Seventeenth 
Gibbs James A, millwright, res 817 Seventeenth 
Gibbs Josiah S, carpenter, res 1721 Chase 
Gibbs Wm, blacksmith, res 373 Eleventh 
Gibbs William C, adjuster of marine losses, res 154 Third 
Gibbs Wm T Jr, blacksmith, res 373 Eleventh 
Gibbs Wm T Sr, blacksmith, 958 Franklin, res 519 East 

Twenty-fourth 
Gibson Elizabeth, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
GIBSON E M (Gibson & Whitmore), 1003i Broadway, res 1215 

Jefferson 
GIBSON I G MRS- dressmaker, res La Clede House, 1116 Broad- 
way 
GIBSON & WHITMORE (F M Gibson and Welles Whitmore), 

attorneys-at-law, 1003| Broadway, room 8 
Gibson Mary Miss, res 569 thirty-fifth 



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Gibson Will A, res Lester House 

Gibson William, expressman, res 1652 Fourteenth 

Gidley Josephine Mrs, res 010 Ninth 

Gier Frederick, engineer, res 1020 Third 

Gier Theodore, grocer, 1020 Third, res same 

Gieschen Henry F, clerk with L Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 

GIESCHEN LEWIS E. groceries, fruits and provisions, NW cor 

Thirty-fourth and Telegraph, res 574 Thirty-fourth 
Giese Louis, saloon, 1751 Seventh, res same 
Giese Otto, bartender with Louis Giese, res 1751 Seventh 
Giesse R A, employe with Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher, res 729 

Myrtle 
Giffin James E, assistant teacher Sackett School, res 529 Twenty- 
first 
Gifford Chas, shooting gallery, res 373 Eleventh 
Gifford Seamore, engineer C PR R, res 16G6 Eighth 
Gifford W C,res 1263 Cypress 
Gifford Win M, stock dealer, res 668 Sixteenth 
Gil Hyacinth, carpenter and builder, res 816 Lewis 
Gilam Theo, advertising agent, res 534 Fifteenth 
Gilardi Mateo, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Gilardin Alexander J, teamster Brooklyn Lumber Yard, res 812 

East Fourteenth 
Gilardin Bros (Victor and Constantine Gilardin), butchers, 1121 

Thirteenth ave 
Gilardin Constantine 'Gilardin Bros), res 1123 Thirteenth ave 
Gilardin Joseph, res 814 East Fourteenth 
Gilardin Victor (Gilardin Bros), res Sixteenth ave bet Fourteenth 

and Fifteenth 
Gilberg Nils, carpenter, res 865 Henrv 
Gilbert Adrian A, clerk CPRR, res' 566 Sixth 
Gilbert Chas W (Gilbert & Moore, S F), res 1710 Eighth 
Gilbert Geo M, mechanic (S F), res 1011 Fourteenth 
Gilbert Gill, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Fourth bet 

Washington and Clay 
Gilbert Mrs M A, res 1011 Fourteenth 
Gilbert Madge Miss, res 1011 Filbert 
Gilbert Mamie J Miss, res 1011 Fourteenth 
Gilbert Thos H, shoemaker with E Bernheim <fe Co, res Telegraph 

ave bet Merced and Mariposa, Temescal 
Gilbertson John, agent San Francisco Laundry Association, 862 

Broadway, res 594 Thirty -fourth 
Gilchrist Chas, contractor, res 1370 Franklin 
GILCREST FRANK M, agent New Zealand Insurance Co, 466 

Eighth, res 1123 Linden 
Gilcrest John, surveyor, res 304 Second 
Gilcrest Murray, deputy city assessors office 



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Gilcrest Samuel F, attorney-at law, res 304 Second 

Gildersleeve C H, attorney-at-law, res Blake House 

Giles C F, brakeman CPRR, res Stockton 

Gilfeatlier Daniel, laundryman, Contra Costa Laundry 

Gilfeather James, carriage painter, res cor Fifteenth and Center 

Gi lines P, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 

Gilkson Wm, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Gill Edward, clerk with Eli Denison, res 717 Linden 
Gill Edward, florist and nurseryman, res Twenty-eighth bet 

Market and Adeline 
Gill Evan, stair builder, res 1687 Seventh 
Gill Francis, res 258 Fifth 
Gill J, laborer CPRR 

Gill James, machinist Oakland Planing Mills, res 258 Fifth 
Gill John, track walker CPRR, res 717 Linden 
Gill John, section hand CPRR, res American Restaurant 
Gill Joseph, jeweler (S F), res 717 Linden 
Gill T, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res East Oakland 
Gill Thos, section hand CPRR, res American Restaurant 
Gill Wm W, clerk with E C Session, res 624 Twelfth 
Gillan Frank, collector Oakland Times Publishing Co, res 1014 

Webster 
Gillani Jefferson, with Kittle & Co, res 1 607 Thirteenth ave 
Gillenta Antone, lumberman, res 415 Second 
Gillespie Ada Miss, telegraph operater, res 1726 William 
GILLETT CHAS E. secretary Masonic Temple Association, res 

Masonic Temple Building 
Gilley Geo Mrs, res 975 Pine 
Gillick Edward, laborer, res foot of Second 
Gillick Matthew, laborer, res foot of Second 
Gilligan D, wiper S P C R R 
Gilligan Daniel, engineer, res 765 Lydia 
Gilligan Edward, jute worker, res 167 Seventh 
Gilligan James, wiper CPRR Shops 
Gilligan James, jute worker, res 167 Seventh 
Gilligan James, laborer, res 604 East Eleventh 
Gilligan James, gardener, res 167 Seventh 
Gilligan John, clerk with C P Hardenberg, res 604 Eleventh 
Gilligan Thos, tinner with Dalziel & Moller, res 167 Seventh 
Gilligan Wm, stable boy, res 604 East Eleventh 
Gillis Andrew J, assistant engineer CPRR, res 1010 West 
Gillmore M, laborer CPRR 
Gillum Benjamin T, confectionery, 1054 Thirteenth ave, res 

same 
Gilman Chas H (Oilman & Danforth, S F), res 170 Ninth 
Oilman Chas L, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 

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Gilman Edward, res 170 Ninth 

Gil in an J A, res 918 Brown 

Oilman Jos A, butcher, res 918 Thirty-fourth 

Gilrnan Lucy A Miss, assistant Cole School, res 763 Eighth 

Gilman Samuel M, dentist, 1068 Broadway, res 174 Tenth 

Gilmore Ellen, res 863 Twenty-second 

Gilmore F Mrs, candies, 1261 San Pablo ave, re< same 14^ 

Gilmore J H, United States Mint (S F), res 117 East Four- 
teenth 

Gilmore John, brewer, res 1711 Linden 

Gilmore John S, clerk with Max Greenhood & Co, res 863 Twen-| 
ty-second 

Gilmore & Johnson (Robert Gilmore and Joseph Johnson), proprs 
carnage factory, 266 Twelfth 

GILMORE ROBERT (Gilmore & Johnson), blacksmith and horse- 
shoer, 268 Twelfth, res 325 Eleventh 

Gilmore Thomas, clerk with R M Duncan, res 816 Fifth 

Gilmore Thos, groceries, res 419 B 

Gilmore William, news agent C P R R, res 863 Twenty-sec-i 
ond 

Gilmour Christina, res 559 Caledonia ave 

Gilmour Geo W, foreman with E Bernheim & Co, res 59 Val- 
ley 

Gilpin Z T, merchant, res 1954 Webster 

Gilson Alexander, laborer C P R R Yards, res 879 Cedar 

Gilson Caroline Miss, employe Oakland Sanitarium, res 967 Wash- 
ington 

GILSON J C> superintendent public schools, office City Hall, res 
1964 San Pablo ave 

Gilstrop Wm, engineer C P R R, res East Berkeley 

Ginn Fred B, book publisher, res 752 Ninth 

Ginn J I Mrs, res 1012 Jefferson 

Ginnity Kate, domestic, 1368 Webster 

Giovanni C, bootmaker with J Lemoge, res 1515 San Pablo 
ave 

Giovanni Seralunga, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res For- 
ty-eighth, Temescal 

Girard Fire Insurance Co, H Griffin agent, 958 Broadway 

Girard House, A C Newman propr, 955| Washington 

Giroux Moses, teamster, res 1206 Thirtieth 

Girven Wm, res 619 Ninth 

Githens John B, laborer, res East Oakland Hotel 

Given Isaac L, miner, res 1153 Alice 

Givens John, painter, res 708 Fourth 

Gladding Allen I, real estate, res 475 Twenty-sixth 

Gladding Chas B H, station and baggage master S P R R (S F), 
res 1518 Telegraph ave 



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Gladding Lydia H Mrs, furnished rooms, 1254 San Pablo ave, 

res same 
GLADDING RICHARD S> publisher At Home Friday Evenings, 

969 Broadway, room 36, res 1518 Telegraph ave 
Gladding Wm F, carpenter and sexton St Paul's Episcopal 

Church, res SE cor Fourteenth and Harbison 
Gladwin R F Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 
Gladwin Wm H, employe United States Mint (S F), res 1133 

Myrtle 
Glascock John R (W H & J R Glascock), attorney-at-law and 

member Congress, res NW cor Sixth and Jackson 
Glascock Wm H (W H & J R Glascock), attorney-at-law, res 

305 Fifth 
Glascock W H & J R (W H and John R Glascock), 481 

Seventh 
Glaser Emily L Miss, saleslady with R Jones, res 1116 Broad- 
way 
Glasheen Edward, blacksmith, res 720 Third 
Glass Geo Mrs, res 881 Short 
Glass Laura Miss, res 881 Short 
Glaze A J, butcher, 617 East Twelfth, res same 
Gleason Anna M Mrs, medical student, res 307 Mason (S F) 
Gleason Douglass, presser Columbia Soap Works (S F), res 1812 

Taylor 
Gleason George, janitor University, res 366 Tenth 
Gleason Michael J, ship caulker, res 1526 Market 
Gleason Ruggles, laborer C P R R Ship Yard, res 1812 Taylor 
Gleason W F^Mrs, res Claremont ave nr Temescal 
Gleeson Marv Mrs, res 846 Isabella 

Gleeson Stephen, yardman C P R R, res Grand Western Hotel 
Gleeson Wm Rev,' rector St Anthony's Church, cor Sixteenth ave 

and East Fifteenth 
Gleisner John F, carpenter, res 824 Clay 
Glenn Hugh J Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 
Glenn James T, capitalist, res 953 Castro 
Glenn William N, printer Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 714 

Eleventh 
Glennan John, carpenter and builder, res 1364 Campbell 
Glidden A M, ship carpenter, res 930 Thirty-sixth 
Glidden Georgie Miss, dressmaker, res 930 Thirty-sixth 
Glidden H K Dr, 854i Broadway 
Glines Byron A, real estate, res 718 Eleventh 
Glines Herbert, res 718 Eleventh 
Glosser Geo W, plasterer, res 1691 Eighth 
Glosser Geo W (Glosser & Dav), res 1217 Broadway 
Glosser & Day (Geo W Glosser and Samuel M Day), candy man- 
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Glover A O, fireman CPRR 

Glover Clara E Miss, copyist, res 1250 Franklin 

Glover James F, shoemaker, res 202 East Fifteenth 

Glover James R, U S deputy surveyor (S F), res 1250 Franklin 

Glover Lou Miss, res 1250 Franklin 

Glover R O, driver with Wells, Fargo & Co, res 572 Ninth 

Glover Robert, propr Ninth Street Livery Stable, 570 Ninth, res 
572 Ninth 

Gluck Jacob, tailor with S Francis, res n s Cottage bet Santa 
Clara and Central aves, Alameda 

Glynn Timothy, laborer, res Winthrop House 

GO AHEAD SALOON, H E Church proprietor, 835 Market 

Gobeil James, painter Judson Manufacturing Co, res Delaware, 
West Berkeley 

Goddard A N, mechanic, res 735 Filbert 

Goddard Clark L, dentist (S F), res 613 Nineteenth 

Goddard Emlen A, card writer, 871 Broadway, res 735 Filbert 

Godfrey Charles H, mariner, res 1460 Third 

Godfrey George, res 961 Market 

Godfrey Mary E Mrs, res 1721 William 

Goebel F A, blacksmith with Galvin & Lebrecht, res 1013 
Franklin 

Goerner Christian, painter, res 364 Seventh 

Goetz H J, marble dealer, res 1319 Ninth ave 

Goetz Henry R (Moynihan & Goetz), res 1319 Ninth ave 

Goff Henry F, engineer tug Lottie (S F), res 1713 Adeline 

Goff Jennie L Mrs, res 518 Eighth 

Gofield Frederick, hostler with P Purayea, res 470 Seventh 

Gohrmann Catherine Mrs, res 991 Willow 

Gohrmann Josephine Miss, res 991 Willow 

Gohrman John C, copyist with county recorder, res 991 Willow 

Gohsew Chas N, painter, 1868 Seventh 

Goldaracena Cornelia Mr», res 1322 Twelfth 

Goldaracena Raymond, fireman CPRR, res 1322 Twelfth 

Goldberg Charles A, deck hand steamer Alameda, CPRR, res 
SOS Second 

Goldberg Simon, tailor, res 309 Seventh 

Goldberg S L (A J Brandenstein & Co), 508 and 510 Washington 
St (SF), res 1120Peralta 

Golden Ellen Mrs, res 620 Seventeenth 

Golden Gate Congregational Church, W H Cooke pastor, cor 
Adeline and Thirty-fourth 

Golden Gate Fair Association, Lysander Walker secretary, office 
922 Broadway 

Golden Gate Wood and Coal Yard, John Lynch propr, cor Elev- 
enth and Harrison, res 315 Eleventh 

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Golden John, laborer, res 1671 Pacific 

Golden Mary, domestic, 620 Fourteenth 

Golden Rule Encampment No 34, I O F, Geo W Lewis scribe, 

I O O F Hall 
Golden State Lodge No 2058, Knights of Honor, Frank Brooks 

secretary, meets second and fourth Tuesdays of each month 

at I O 6 F Hall 
Golden Timothy J, barber, 1752 Seventh, res 1559 Seventh 
Golder John, carpet beater with J R Arguello 
Golder William, carpet beater, res 819 Twenty-second 
Goldiner Carl, tailor, 702 Broadway, res same 
Goldsmith Charles, brickmaker, res 815 Filbert 
Goldsmith John A, manager Oakland Trotting Park, res NW cor 

Park ave and Hollis 
Goldstein David, clerk with M H Coffee, res 763 Fourteenth 
Goldstein Joseph, liquor saloon, SW cor Twelfth and Sixteenth 

ave 
Goldstein Morris, groceries, 701 Franklin, res same 
Goldstone A Mrs, res 1305 Broadway 
Golly Leon, with T L Fischer & Co (S F), res 764 Fourth 
Goltermann Theodore, bookkeeper (S F), res 1034 Adeline 
Goncels Martin, master mariner, res 1718 Lincoln 
Gonzales Frank, bootblack, res 686 Twenty-seventh 
Gonzalez C Mi's, res 866 Cypress 
Gonzalez Julian, laborer, res rear 416 Third 
Good John G, painter, res 1058 Twenty-fourth 
Good Michael, laborer, res 1724 Pacific 
Good Thomas, blacksmith, res 1667 Atlantic 
Goodfellow iYIilton J, mining engineer, res 1353 Webster 
Goodfeliow Wm S, attorney-at-law, res 1363 Sixth ave 
Goodman George, artificial stone, res NE cor Williams and San 

Pablo ave 
Goodmanson L, seaman, res 503 East Twenty-fourth 
Goodrich Addison, machinist, res 810 Webster 
Goodrich Charles T, rancher, res 698 Sycamore 
Goodspeed Edward, brakeman C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 
Goodspeed Pembrook S, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1785 

Williams 
Goodwin F J, bookkeeper with Agard & Co, res SW cor Eighth 

and Castro 
Goodwin Frank, cooper, res 669 Adeline 
Goodwin H L, paper hanger, res cor Castro and Nineteenth 
Goodwin Louise Miss, res 562 Eleventh 
Goodwin Thomas A, mining, res 987 Wood 
Goodwin William B, policeman, res 495 Plymouth ave 
Goold Frances J Miss, dressmaker, res 810 Fifteenth 
Goold Sarah, res 810 Fifteenth 



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Goose Peter, carpenter CPRR, res 1802 William 

Gora Michael, cigars, res 1461 Seventh 

Gordon E H Mrs, res 826 Webster 

GORDON HARRY F> manager Alameda County {Branch Home 

Mutual Insurance Co, res 934 Linden 
Gordon James, yard foreman CPRR, res 1616 Seventh 
Gordon James E, hardware (S F), res 470 Merrimac 
Gordon John, expressman (S F), res rear 658 Myrtle 
Gordon John H, carpenter, res 1919 Magnolia 
Gordon Julia Mrs, res 470 Merrimac 
Gordon M E Mrs, teacher Wheeler & Wilson sewing-machine, 

res 712 Filbert 
Gordon Henry N, Home Mutual Insurance Co (S F), res 934 

Linden 
Gorevan William (Gorevan Bros, S F), res 416 Seventeenth 
Gorham James E, painter, res Forty-third bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove 
Gorman Barnard, floorman Dexter Stables, res NE cor Webster 

and Twelfth 
Gorman James, plumber J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

ave bet Summer and Clifton 
Gorman Mary J Miss, cor Webster and Piedmont road 
Gormley Mary, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Gormly Geo, laborer, res 831 Willow 
Gorrili A W Mrs, res 1601 Telegraph ave 
Gorrill Chas H, president Pacific Bridge Co (S F), res 

2431 Piedmont ave cor Webster 
Gorrill Hattie Miss, res 2431 Piedmont ave cor Webster 
Gorrill Richard, res 1231 Myrtle 
Gorrsen Annie, domestic, 1358 Eighth 
Gorsuch Charles H, res 373 Eleventh 
Gortatouski Bruno, teacher piano, Home School, res 1020 Post 

(SF) 
Gotchett Caroline Mrs, res 829 Fourteenth 
Gotcliett Isaiah, clerk, res 829 Fourteenth 
Gotthelf Phillip, clerk with E Abraham, res Ross House 
Gottsche John, laborer, res 618 Chestnut 
GOTTSHALL LOUIS, public administrator, 1003i Broadway, 

rooms 15 and i 6, res Berkeley 
Gough E A, nurse Homeopathic Dispensary, res 1057 Alice 
Gough Henry J, laborer, res Union bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
Jo urth 

Gough Jesse J, carpet layer with J J Lerri & Co, res 518 Eighth 
Gough Lizzie Miss, employe Woolen Mills, res Union bet Twenty 

second and Twenty-fourth 
Gough Thomas, laborer, res Union bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-fourth 




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Gould Adin B, carpenter with Mclntyre, Abbey & Co, res 807 
Washington 

Gould A E, res 1114 Linden 

Gould Abraham F, packer Encinal Mills, res 1666 Lincoln 

Gould H A, commercial traveler California Powder Works, res 
829 Jackson 

Gould Harry S, commercial traveler, res 1215 Adeline 

Gould Henry (Gould & Williamson), res 1666 Lincoln, West Oak- 
land 

Gould Jennie Miss, type-setter (S F), res 1609 Eighth 

Gould Mary E Miss, bookbinder Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 
1666 Lincoln 

Gould Nelson C, repairer C P R R, res 953 Wood 

Gould Wm, millhand Samm's Mills, res 1666 Lincoln 

Gould & Williamson (Henry Gould and Wm Williamson), pro- 
prietors Encinal Flouring Mills, 751 and 753 Washington 

Gove A B, master mariner, res 2421 Piedmont ave cor Webster 

Gove Charles, engineer (S F), res 1759 Seward 

Gove E V, news agent, res 1014 Chestnut 

Gove Frank L, employe with Whittier, Fuller & Co (S F), res 1014 
Chestnut 

Gove Henry M, clerk with F A. Hyde (S F), res 2421 Piedmont 
ave cor Webster 

Gove John H, manufacturer wool presses (S F), res 1014 Chest- 
nut 

Gowan Charles, carpenter C P R R Yards 

Gowanlock James, blacksmith, res 751 Castro 

Go wen Charles, carpenter, res 1515 Fifth 

Gowen John V, ship carpenter, res 1713 William 

Gower E G Mrs, res 363J Twelfth 

Gbwer Samuel, res 1029 Sixth ave 

Graber Louis (Westerman & Co), res 1211 Seventh 

Graber Thomas F, attorney-at-law, 1003J Broadway, res Berkeley 

Grabs August, butcher, 1783 Seventh, res 1777 William 

Gracey Eugene W, painter, res 377 East Eleventh 

Gracey H S, printer, res 377 East Eleventh 

Gracey Mary J Mrs, res 377 East Eleventh 

Gracey Samuel, gardener, res 377 East Eleventh 

Gracia Frank, laborer, res rear 911 Seventh 

Grady Coleman, stone mason, res 1103 Third 

Grady J, brakeman C P R R, res 1055 Twelfth ave 

Grady Michael, laborer, res 1355 Eighteenth 

Graff Emma, nurse girl, 1067 Thirty-second 

Graff Peter A, painter, res 1067 Thirty-fourth 

Graffelman Henry, plumber, res 816 Cedar 

Graffelman Mrs M, furnished rooms, res 816 Cedar 

Grage J C, gardener, 2253 Telegraph ave 



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Graham George S, salesman with Henry Schellhaas, res 962 
Thirty-fifth 

Graham James W, clerk C P R R, res Ross House 

Graham James, mechanic, res 1524 Eighth 

Graham James W, expressman, res 362 First 

Graham Robert C, cashier freight department C P R R, res 1521 
Ninth 

Graham I W, expressman, res 362 First 

Graham Wesley, butcher, res 260 East Fifteenth 

Graham William M, capitalist, res 276 Eleventh 

Grainger Letitia Mrs, res 1911 Union 

Grainger Samuel, machinist with W T Garrett (S F), res 1911 
Union 

Grainger Sarah Miss, res 1911 Union 

Grand Central Carriage Factory, Gilmore & Johnson proprs, 266 
Twelfth 

Grand Central Stables, M M Tinkham propr, NE cor Twelfth 
and Webster, res 1258 Franklin 

Grand Western Hotel, John A Henninger propr, 1756 and 1758 
Seventh 

Grandjean Henry, clerk with G Venard, res 1038 Peralta 

Grandjean Louis, druggist, res 1038 Peralta 

Grandjean Pauline Miss, art studio, 413 Twelfth, room 1, and 
teacher painting and drawing Home School, res 1038 Pe- 
ralta 

Grandjean Peter, watchmaker, res 974 Cypress 

Graney Ambrose, cooper, res 1368 Eighteenth 

Graney Catherine, res 1368 Eighteenth 

Graney Thomas, miner, res 1368 Ei<_;hteenth 

Grant Geo E, merchant, res 1303 Third ave 

Grant Horace A, ship carpenter, res 765 Willow 

Grant Robert, extraman Hose Co 1, and employe Judson Manu- 
facturing Co, res 755 Clay 

Grases James E, clerk freight department C P R R, res 1428 
Tenth 

Grash Henry, laundryman, res 1413 Fifteenth 

Gratton Nathaniel, hostler with P Pumyea, res 834 Clay 

Graul Robert, waiter Eureka Hotel 

Graves Emma, domestic, cor Broadway and Clifton 

Graves Fred, conductor C P R R, res Berkeley 

Graves H P (H P Graves & Co), res Myrtle bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth 

Graves H P & Co (H P Graves and J R Little), contractors and 

builders, 401 Tenth 
Graves Walter, watchmaker, res 1731 Myrtle 
GRAVES WILLIAM H H, loan clerk and bookkeeper Union 
National Bank, res 512 Seventeenth 






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Gray , farmer, res Broadway nr Prospect 

Gray A L Miss, assistant Irving School, res Alameda 

Gray Albert, laborer CPRR, res 720 Fourth 

Gray Asaph, res 254 Eighth 

Gray Celia, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Gray Clarence H, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res 1300 
Webster 

Gray Cormack, dairyman and well and sewer contractor, office 
SE cor Thirteenth ave and East Twelfth, res 572 East Four- 
teenth 

Gray D P, mining, res 622 Seventeenth 

Gray E H Rev Dr, pastor First Baptist Church, res Blake 
House 

Gray George D, lumber (S F), res 760 Tenth 

Gray Giles H, attorney-at-law, res 754 Tenth 

Gray H M Mrs, res 81 6 Cedar 

Gray James, shoemaker with John Gray, res 572 East Fourteenth 

Gray J B, clerk, res 816 Cedar 

Gray J H, plasterer, res 410 Thirteenth 

Gray John, shoemaker, 705 East Twelfth, res 572 East Four- 
teenth ' 

Gray John, extraman Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, res 619 East 
Fourteenth 

Gray Lavinia Mrs, res 260 Fifth 

Gray Lavinia Miss, tailoress, res 260 Fifth 

Gray Nathaniel, undertaker, res 758 Tenth 

Gray R, general freight agent CPRR, res 919 Valencia (S F) 

Gray R W, engineer CPRR, res 558 East Eleventh 

Gray Samuel, painter, res 1717 Market 

Gray Thomas, shoemaker with John Gray, res 572 East Four- 
teenth 

Gray Thomas J, hostler, res cor Seventh and Franklin 

Gray W G, furniture and bedding, 467 and 469 Twelfth, res same 

Gray W H Mrs, res 1067 Brush 

Gray William, laborer, res 766 Sixth 

Gray William D, res 819 Market 

Gray W O, train clerk CPRR, res 1307 Chestnut 

Grayson George, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 629 
Brush 

Grayson George W Jr, stock -raiser, res 568 Twenty -fifth 

Grayson George W (Grayson, Harrell & Co), cor Ninth and 
Madison 

Grayson, Harrell & Co, wholesale butchers and cattle dealers, 
'456 Eighth 

GRAYSON NATHAN, stock-raiser, res 568 Twenty-fifth 

Greaney John, laborer CPRR Yards, res 828 Lydia 

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Great American Importing Tea Co, George Thomas manager, 917 
Broadway 

Greaves Wm, tailor, 766 Seventh, res same 

Greber Thomas F, attorney- at-law, 1003 J Broadway, res Ber- 
keley 

Grece O C, laundryman' Contra Costa Laundry 

Green Abbie V Mrs, hairworker, 1113 Broadway, room 2, i 
Alameda 

Green B P, bricklayer, res 1009 Twenty-second 

Green Edmund, mining (S F), res 1317 Jackson 

Green Frank M, driver Whitney & Co's Express, res cor Pacific 
ave and Prospect, Alameda 

Green Fred M, coachman, 176 Lake 

Green James A, machinist CPEK, res 415 Durant 

Green Jeff, laborer CPRE Yards, res Temescal 

Green John, plumber, res 836 Broadway 

Green John D, plumber with J as Dalziel, res 1009 Twenty- 
second 

Green John G, plasterer 

Green John G Mrs, dressmaker, 1113 Broadway, room 2 

Green John G, laborer, res rear 1564 Telegraph ave 

Green Joseph, res 1606 Market 

Green Rhoda Mrs, res 318 Fourteenth 

Green S M Mrs, nurse, res 1006 Fifth 

Green Thomas Dr, physician, 10 Third (S F), res 573 Seventh 

Green Wiiliam, porter with J M Rose, res Forty-fourth nr Tem- 
escal ave 

Green Wm, bootblack, res Cleveland ave east of Telegraph ave 

Green William, laborer with Fisher & Taylor, res 613 Madison 

Greene William E, judge Superior Court No 2, Court House, res 
522 East Eleventh 

Greenebaum William B, jeweler, res 261 Twelfth 

GREENH00D JACOB (Greenhood & Moran), res 1462 Telegraph 
ave 

Greenhood Joseph, groceries, SE cor Twenty-ninth and San 
Pablo ave 

GREENHOOD MAX (Max Greenhood & Co), res 224 Twelfth 

GREENHOOD MAX & CO (Max Greenhood), dry and fancy 
goods, 1017 Broadwav 

GREENHOOD & MORAN (Jacob Greenhood and J T Moran), 
clothing, 1019 Broadway 

GREENHOOD SOL. fancy dry goods, laces, hosiery, gloves, etc., 
1111 Broadway, res 035 Fourteenth 

Greenleaf John B, trucking, res 1115 Tenth ave 

Greenman Harman. miner, res 311 Fourth 

Greenough Chas C, New Liberty Bakery, 857 Washington, res 
366 Fifth 



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Greenwald Frank J, policeman, res 1731 William 

Greenwood Winnie Miss, res 1460 Seventh 

Gregory Annie Miss, res 1 206 Alice 

Gregory Gracie Miss, res 1206 Alice 

Gregory H P (H P Gregory & Co, S F), res 586 Caledonia 

Gregory John F, engineer with Samm & Co, res Overland House 

Gregory S W, machinist (S F), res 1206 Alice 

Gregory William, miner, res 1384 Franklin 

Grellmann Morise, cigar box maker, res 1616 Taylor 

Gremke Henry, groceries (S F), res Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph 
ave and Grove 

Gremke Richard, groceries, res Thirty-eighth bet Telegraph ave 
and Grove 

Greovich G, laborer CPRR 

Gressler Charles A, barber, 707 East Twelfth, res same 

Gressler Ernest, clerk with Michalitschke Bros & Co (S F), res 
1160 Union 

Greter J F, steward Capital Restaurant, res 1804 Seventh 

Grey George, overseer C P R R, res 1660 Eleventh ave 

Gribbel Charles, 'longshoreman, res 726 Union 

Grieser John, shoemaker, 4201 Eleventh, res same 

Grieves Chas, baker with Henry Heyer, res 1810 Seventh 

Grieves Matthew, employe C P R R, res 1786 Seventh 

Grieves Matthew, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1717 William 

Grieves Wm, yardman C P R R, res 1786 Seventh 

Griffin Daniel, harnessmaker, res 1122 Fifteenth ave 

GRIFFIN HENRY E> general insurance agent, 958 Broadway, res 

312 Fourteenth 
Griffin Joel W, res 821 Center 
Griffin John D, engineer C P R R, res 1314 Eighth 
Griffin Kate, domestic, 176 Lake 
Griffin Lee, grocer, res 1426 Tenth ave 

Griffin Lizzie R Mrs, assistant High School, res 1167 Brush 
Griffin T K, Guide Office (S F), 1358 Eighth 
Griffing Fred A, clerk (S F), res 566 East Eighteenth 
Griffing Geo Jones, miner, res 566 East Eighteenth 
Griffing Geo J Jr, clerk (S F), res 566 East Eighteenth 
Griffing K T Miss, music teacher, res 566 East Eighteenth 
Griffith William A, carpenter, res 1464 Telegraph ave 
Griffiths Allen, dentist, 8 Sixth (S F), res 564 Seventeenth 
Griffiths Allen Mrs, portrait artist, res 564 Seventeenth 
Griffiths John, bookbinder, res 720 Myrtle 
Griggs C E, foreman composing room Pacific Press Publishing 

& Co, res 628 Twenty-first 
Grigsby J L Rev, clergyman A M E Church, res Third bet 

Franklin and Webster 
Grimes John, nailer, res 724 Myrtle 



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GRIMES W V. druggist and physician, NE cor Seventh and 
Broadway, res 410 Seventh 

Grimm August, tanner, res cor East Twelfth and Twenty-first 
ave 

Grimme Charles, salesman with John Cushing & Co, res 520 
Eighth 

Grimmer Charles A, employe U S Mint(S F), res 479 East Tenth 

Grindley John H, salesman Capitol Mills (S F), res 1255 West 

Grisch Christian, res 732 Filbert 

Griswold Augustus H, assaver, res 1716 Telegraph ave 

Griswold Charles P, clerk CPRR(SF), res 812 Fifteenth 

Griswold Geo, car repairer CPRR Yards 

Griswold Hattie B Miss, res 1716 Telegraph ave 

Griswold M M Mrs, res 1614 Eighth 

GRISWOLD N W. secretary Kalliodont Manufacturing Co, office 
cor Tenth and Broadway, res Alameda 

Griswold Wm, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res 1716 Tele- 
graph ave 

Grogan James, shoemaker, res 660 East Fifteenth 

Grogan Maggie, res 846 Isabella 

Grogan Wm, res 1616 Seventeenth 

Gronberg Daniel A, first officer steamer Alexander, res 1055 
Twelfth ave 

Grondonna Carl, driver, res Thirteenth nr bay 

Grondonna Domigo, gardener, res Thirteenth nr Bay 

Grondonna Jesse, clerk, res Thirteenth nr bay 

Grondonna Joseph, clerk with R F Wray, res w s Wood bet 
Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Grondonna Joseph, engineer (S F), res w s Wood bet Twelfth 
and Thirteenth 

Groom John, horsetrainer Oakland Trotting Park nr Emery 
Station, res same 

Gros Henry E, jeweler (S F), res 1703 Eighth 

Gross J, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal House, 
Emery Station 

Gross J F, car repairer CPRR Yards, res cor Chase and Wood 

Gross J Fred, butcher, res 920 Wood 

Gross William G C, marble cutter, res 1402 Fifteenth 

Grosshans John D, cigarmaker with L Lehmkuhl, res Winter's 
Hotel 

Grossmayer Marcus H, local securities, res 555 Twentj'-first (S F) 

Groth John, res 465 Fourth 

Grotheer Frederick, employe CPRR, res 1612 Fifteenth 

Groton Nathaniel, hostler, res 834 Clay 

Grove Street Primary School, Mrs Nannie D Standeford princi- 
pal, Grove bet Fourth and Fifth 

Grover Carrie, domestic, res 110 East Twelfth 



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GROVES REUBEN, proprietor Oakland Nursery, Shell Mound 

adjoining Oakland Race Track, res same 
Grow C A, res Winsor House 
Grow J B, blacksmith, res 969 Chester 
Grubb Sarah, res 560 Thirty-fifth 

Grubbs Albert J, porter, res 733 Center * 

GrunewakI Michel, saloon, 858 Washington, res same 
Grush Henry, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Guard Reginald T, purser steamer Mexico, res 363 East Twelfth 
Guerin Oscar, plumber, res 1122 Fifteenth Ave 
Guernsey Amasa A, general agent, res 1671 San Pablo ave 
Guest H L Mrs, res 1717 Chestnut 
Guffin Vira Mrs, res 1455 Filth 
Guilever J, stage carpenter, res Bushell House 
Gunderson Reier, laborer C P R R, res 118 Ettie 
Gunn C F, stevedore, res 823 Isabella 
GUNN CHARLES T, breeder of thoroughbred poultry, res 823 

Isabella 
Gunn George W, master mariner, res 810 Isabella 
Gunn John, cooper, res 1427 Filbert 
Gunn Mary A, res 810 Isabella 
Gunn Robert, res 912 Sixth ave 
Gunn Thomas, res 810 Isabella 

Gunn William J, real estate (S F), res 1375 Madison 
Gunterman Alice Miss, compositor, res NW cor West and Lydia 
Gunterman Henry, carpenter, res NW cor West and Lydia 
Gunther Charles, meat market, 1265 San Pablo ave, res Avenue 

House • 

Gunther F A, music teacher, res 666 Sycamore 
Gunther John, driver, res Sunnyside House, room 9 
Gnppy Alonzo R, civil engineer, res 1052 Poplar 
Guptil E A, Ralston Market, 957 Washington, res S F 
Gurnee Clinton, lawyer, res 539 Frederick 
Gurnette A G, stock broker, res 1278 Fourth ave 
Gurnett William J, bookkeeper (S F), res 464 Twentieth 
Gustine Albert A, electrotyper with Palmer & Rey (S F), res 

1615 Taylor 
Gushee Geo E, blacksmith helper C P R R, res 1678 Eighth 
Guthrie Alice Miss, fancy feathers, 456 Twelfth, res same 
Guy Wm, stone cutter, res 810 Campbell 



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HAAR & BROTHER (Henry and Herman Haar), groceries, 1472 
Seventh 

Haar Henry (Ha;ir & Bro), res 1472 Seventh 

HAAR HERMAN (Haar & Bro), res 1472 Seventh 

Haas Fred, canvasser, res 1410 Twelfth ave 

Haas George W, tinsmith with Dalziel & Moller, res 1728 Sew- 
ard 

Haberlin James, sexton Church of the Immaculate Conception, 
res 518 Sixth 

Hackantorn George F, laborer, res 658 Grove 

Hackett Edward, master mariner, res 1303 Jackson 

Hackett James, brick mason, res 362 Seventh 

Hackett John, dredging, res 229 Twelfth 

Hackett L S, conductor C P R R, res 854 Henry 

Hackett Margaret Mrs, res 362 Seventh 

Hackett Margaret Miss, dressmaker, res 362 Stventh 

Hackett Patrick, laborer C P R R 

Hadley Euieline, res 1270 Seventh 

Had ley Kate Mrs, res 957 Jefferson 

Hadlich Frederica Mrs, res Thirty-eighth nr Telegraph ave 

Hadlich Louis, candy factory, res Thirty-eighth nr Telegraph 
ave 

Hadsell George, emplove U S Mint (S F), res 1560 Seventh 

Hafeley Phillie, res 369 Fifth 

Haffner E L Mrs, res Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph ave 

Hagan Lewis, teamster with Smith & Butler, res 1830 Twentv- 
seventh 

Hagar Edward C, clerk (S F), res Summit ave, Prospect Heights 

Hagen C Mrs, groceries and provisions, 1902 San Pablo ave ° res 
same 

Hagen Peter A, expressman, res San Pablo ave bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth 

Hager George D, carpenter, res 768 Seventh 

Haggerty Ellen, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Haggerty James, lather, res 560 Franklin 

Hagle Julia Mrs, res 1476 Thirteenth ave 

Hague Gracie Miss, hair worker with Mrs F I Springsteen, res 
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Hague Patience Mrs, res 2124 Elm 

Hagy Belle, res 1055 Poplar 

Hahn Emil, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Hahn Henry C, fireman CPRR, res 1662 Seventh 

Hahn John G, wagonmaker, res 1164 Thirty-second 

Hahn Louis, extraman Oakland Engine Co No 3, res 1705 Eighth 

Hahn Louis W, plumber and gastitter, 960 Seventh, res 941 
Henry 

Hahn William, painter, res 319 Eleventh 

Haight Frank M, bookkeeper, res 1403 Jackson 

Haile L D Mrs, res 1206 Alice 

Haines Chas W, farmer, res SE cor Tenth and Harrison 

HAINES ELLIS A. live stock dealer, res SE cor Tenth and Har- 
rison 

Haines Frank E, clerk C P R R, res 512 Eighth 

Haines John J, live stock dealer, res 277 Tenth 

Haines Joseph D, electric pen printing (S F), res 820 Fifteenth 

Haines Thornton W, farmer, res 277 Tenth 

Hair James, bronzer with Dalziel & Moller, res Barnett House 

Hair Samuel Sr, res 811 Castro 

Hair Samuel, plumber, res 811 Castro 

Hale Edson D, teacher of Greek and Latin, Hopkins' Academy, 
res same 

Hale Emma, res 1715 Taylor 

Hale Henry H, res 403 East Fourteenth 

Hale Relecca H Mrs, res 403 East Fourteenth 

Hale Wm H, tinsmith, res 1715 Taylor 

Haley Charles S, pf^sician, res 579 Thirty-sixth 

Haley J M, physician (S F), res 527 Thirty-sixth 

Haley Maggie, domestic, 825 Kirkham 

Haley Patrick, sewer contractor, res 814 Brush 

Haley Patrick, laborer, res 416 Seventh 

Haley Viola E Miss, res 579 Thirty-sixth 

Haley Willard G, student, res 579 Thirty-sixth 

Halford Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Hall Agnes Mrs, res 810 Tenth 

Hall Alice, domestic, 1375 Eleventh ave 

Hall Alletta Miss, res 829 Seventeenth 

Hall Anthony, engineer CPRR, res 1820 Atlantic 

Hall Benjamin, custom House (S F), res 967 Jefferson 

Hall Charles, clerk with F R Stevenson & Co, res 973 Washing- 
ton 

Hall Charles E, switchman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 

Hall Clarence H, accountant, res 1607 Telegraph ave 

Hall D K, foreman CPRR Paint Shops, res 517 Ninth 

Hall Edward L, insurance collector, res 602 East Fourteenth 

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Hall Frank B, engineer CPRR, res 1774 Eighth 

Hall Frank M, clerk, res 1G1 Seventh 

Hall Frank T, painter, cor Thirteenth and Webster, res 1256 

Alice 
Hall George, employe CPRR, res Clarendon House 
Hall George, laborer, res 727 Chester 

Hall Henry, salesman with Hook & Co, res 1309 Jefferson 
Hall Henry C, painter with F M Farwell, res Capitol Hotel 
Hall Hubbard E, attornev-at-law (S F), res 1607 Telegraph ave 
Hall Hubbard K, bookkeeper (S F), res 1607 Telegraph ave 
Hall Isaac, with E Bernheim & Co, res 364i Thirteenth 
Hall J A Mrs, res 1259 Clay 
Hall Jacob A, res 727 Chester 
Hall J J, painter C P R R Ship Yards 
Hall Job, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1804 William 
Hall John, deck hand steamer Piedmont, res 516 Second 
Hall John, hostler Herman Drucker, res 1071 Fourteenth ave 
Hall John T (J T Hall & Co), res 1416A San Pablo ave 
Hall Jos, shoemaker with E Bernheim' & Co, res Capitol Hotel 
Hall Joshua, painter, res 810 Tenth 
HALL J T & CO (John T Hall an 1 J M Sabin), druggists, 1451 

San Pablo ave 
Hall Mary Mrs, propr Charter Gak Hotel, res 1763 Seventh 
Hall Maud M Miss, school teacher, res 2223 Andover 
Hall Richard B, detective (S F). res 161 Seventh 
Hall Samuel, carpenter, res 2022 Adeline 

Hall Samuel P, district attorney, Court House, res 1220 Union 
Hall T W, dentist, Oakland Bank Building, res 816 Thirty-fourth 
Hall Win, carpenter, res 842 Twentv-ninth 
Hall Wm H, employe CPRR, res 1774 Eighth 
Hall Wm H Mrs, res 1774 Eighth 
Hallahan Andrew (Hallahan Bros), res 1005 Webster 
Hallahan Bros (A and T Hallahan), restaurant, 968 Broadway 
Hallahan Daniel J, apprentice with Burtchaell & Crowley, res 

518 East Twelfth 
Hallahan Florence, merchant tailor, 620 East Twelfth, res 518 

East Twelfth 
Hallahan John, laborer, res 529 Third 
Hallahan Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 518 East Twelfth 
Hallahan Michael J, painter, res 827 Twenty-ninth 
Hallahan Thomas (Hallahan Bros), res 1005 Webster 
Hallenbeck Ella Miss, res 758 Willow 
Hall en beck L Mrs, res 758 Willow 

Haller John, blacksmith shop, 558 Webster, res 313 Sixth 
Hallett Chas U, commercial traveler, res 1317 Tenth 
Hallett Geo H, (Contra Costa Laundry Association), res S F 



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Hallett J R, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Halliday Wm, solicitor, ns 1416 Fifteenth 

Hallihan Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 518 East Twelfth 

Halloran Edward, drayman Judson Manufacturing Co, res Park 
ave above Hubbard 

Halloran Maurice, shoemaker with Michael Halloran, 1689 
Seventh 

Halloran Maurice, watchman CPR R, res 1670 Atlantic 

Halloran Michael, shoemaker, 1689 Seventh, res same 

Hainan Wm, brass finisher with Hersey & Chloupek, res cor 
Atlantic ave and Minturn 

Halpin Dennis, gardener, res 30 Valley 

Halsey Henry L, with Taylor & Goodrich (3 F), res 1303 Thir- 
teenth ave 

Halsey Isaac Sherwood, dentist, 869 Washington, res 1154 
Alice 

Halsted E A Mrs, res 1701 Twelfth 

Halsted Edward O, helper CPRR Yard, res 1701 Twelfth 

Halsted James M, manufacturer incubators and dealer in fancy 
poultry, 1011 Broadway, res 1312 Myrtle 

Halsted K K Mrs, milinery, 1011 Broadway, res 1312 Myrtle 

Ham Chas M, switchman CPRR, res 804 Seventh 

Ham Hattie H Mrs, res Sunny Side House, room 8 

Hamann August, butcher with Rice & White, res 1057 Webster 

Hamb Wm M. laborer, res 833 Thirtieth 

Hambe}' Andrew M, carpenter, res 1745 Filbert 

Hambey John W, carpenter, res 1747 Filbert 

Hambey Joseph, carpenter, res 1745 Filbert 

Hambey Matilda, res 1747 Filbert 

Hambey Richard A, car carpenter, res 1741 Filbert 

'Hambey Win, carpenter, res 1743 Filbert 

Hambletonian Stables, Warrener & Sticker proprs. 1688 Tele- 
graph ave 

Hambly A M Miss, res 1625 Telegraph ave 

Hambright John J, bookkeeper with Henry Schellhaas, res 359 
Eleventh 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co of Hamburg, Martens & 
Meese agents, 907 Washington 

Hamburg-Magdeburg Fire Insurance Co ; Martens & Meese 
agents, 9()7 Washington 

Ham by J W, carpenter, res 1733 Filbert 

Hamel Peter, carpenter, res 1424 Tenth 

Hamelin Wm (Hamelin & Co), res 704 Webster 

HAMELIN & CO. (William Hamelin and Samuel N Piusonnault), 
carriage makers and horse shoers, 658 Broadway 

Hamerton Chas W, car driver Fourteenth Street Railroad, res 
1024 Kirkham 

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Hamill Robert P, res 1963 Webster 

Hamilton Anna, res Telegraph ave nr Thirty-ninth 

Hamilton Auswell, butcher with Henry Roberts, res 1573 Seventh 

Hamilton Christina, res 618 East Sixteenth 

Hamilton Church, SE cor Thirteenth and Jeffei'son 

Hamilton Clara F, res 1165 Jackson 

Hamilton D, baggage master CPRR, res 1268 Fifth ave 

Hamilton Edward H, deputy sheriff, res 1165 Jackson 

Hamilton E S, employe U S Mint (S F), res 1267 Fifth ave 

Hamilton Frank, machine hand CPRR, res 1514 Seventh 

Hamilton John, blacksmith, res 1367 Tenth 

Hamilton Napier, carpenter, res 1573 Seventh 

Hamilton Noble, judge Superior Court, Department 3 Court 

House, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton Samuel, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good 

Cheer House, Emery Station 
Hamilton W H H, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 1325 Sixteenth 

ave 
Hamilton Wm, watchman J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

are bet Summer and Clifton 
Hamilton Wm B, deputy county recorder, res 1271 Jackson 
Hamilton Wm M, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Hamilton W M, painter, res 1804 Seventh 
HAMILTON WM T> undertaker and coroner, 466 and 468 Thir-j 

teenth, res same 
Hamlin Henry H, engineer CPRR, res 1071 Twelfth ave 
Haram Carrie Mrs, res 964 Third 
Hamm M A Miss, teacher of vocal and instrumental music, res 

1213 Jefferson 
Hammarschmedt August, musician, res 521 Eighteenth 
Hammack Chas R, carpenter, res 865 Cedar t 

Hammack Geo K, laborer CPRR, res 865 Cedar 
Hammack Joseph 1), laborer, res 865 Cedar 
Hammer Coi'delia J, res 308 Tenth 
Hammer Frank, machinist, res 811 Washington 
Hammer J F, general commission merchant 

Twelfth 
Hammer Samuel, compositor with D W Gelwicks & Co, res 568 

Tenth 
HAMMIT CHAS H, sole proprietor 9143 Rheumatic Cure, 1450 

Seventh, res 855 Center 
Hammon Edwin W, salesman with W P EJammon & Co, res 562 

Eleventh 
Hammon Wendell P (W P Hammon & Co) and manager with J 

Lusk & Son, res 576 Ninth 
Hammon W P & Co (W P Hammon and H H Worley) nursery- 
men, 864£ Broadway 




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Hammond Edward W, nursery, res 562 Eleventh 
Hammond Horace A, engineer CPRR, res 778 Ninth 
Hammond Richard H, salesman with Salinger Bros, res Occiden- 
tal House 
Hammond W D, machinist CPRR, res East Berkeley 
Hampel Andrew, groceries 775 and 777 East Twelfth, res Elev- 
enth ave bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Hampel Annie Miss, dressmaker with Mrs E W Johnson, res 1120 

Sixteenth ave 
Hampel Conrad F, bakery, res 761 East Twelfth 
Hampel Frederick C, carriagesmith with H F Hampel, res Thir- 
teenth ave and East Thirtieth 
Hampel Frank, clerk with A Hampel, res Sixteenth ave bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Hampel Henry, blacksmith and carriagemaker, res 1120 Sixteenth 

ave 
Hampel Henry F, carriage manufacturer, 1414 Broadway, res 

710 Twenty-ninth 
Hampton James (J Hampton & Co), res 1600 Telegraph ave 
Hampton John (J Hampton & Co), res 1608 Telegraph ave 
HAMPTON J & CO (John and James Hampton) wood and coal, 

NE cor Telegraph ave and Twenty-Second 
Hampton Win G, plumber CPRR Yard, res 1570 Seventh 
Hanavan Bridget, res 1559 West 
Hanavan John P, groceries and meat market, 1561 West, res 

same 
Hanavan Philip (McManus & Hanavan), res 1942 Myrtle 
Hancock Hall, 377 Twelfth 
Hand Patrick, laborer, res 811 Twenty-second 
Handlos Albert O, salesman with William H Nolan, res 408 
, Thirteenth 

Handlos James, salesman with William H Nolan, res 408 Thir- 
teenth 
Handy George W, physician and surgeon, office S F, res NW cor 

Jackson and Twelfth 
Handy Joshua B, clergyman, res 689 Twenty-fifth 
HANER JOSEPH, boots and shoes, 1508 Seventh 
Haney A, superintendent Tubbs' Hotel, livery and 
ble, cor East Fourteenth and Fourth ave, res 
Haney Ann Mrs, res 711 Sixth 
Haney Charles, poultry dealer, res 239 Louisa 
Hanford James M, paymaster CPRR, res 1205 Peralta 
Hanford William T, clamp manufacturer (S F), res 1368 Brush 
HAN I FIN J J> supervisor and liquors, Seventh and Broadway and 

nr SW cor Fourteenth and Broadway, res 1403 Grove 
Hanifin Jeremiah J Jr, machinist U S Mint (S ¥), res 1403 Grove 
Hank Julia Miss, teacher, res La Clede House, 1116 Broadway 



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Hanke Charles H, cigars and tobacco, 468 Seventh, res S F 
HANKS JOHN G (J G Hanks & Co), constable, 859 Broadway, 

n om 23, res 962 Clav 
HANKS J G & CO. detectives, room 23, res 859 Broadway 
Hanley Edward, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1363 

Fifteenth 
Hanley George, laborer, res 763 Twenty-first 
Hanley John, laborer, res Winthrop House, 409 Seventh 
Hanley L Miss, res 971 Cypress 

Hanley Michael, wines and liquors, 1507 Seventh, res same 
Hanley M J, clerk with Camilloni & Co, res 513 Fifteenth 
Hanley William, saddle and harnessmaker, 1082 East Fourteenth 

ave, res same 
Hanlon John, night sergeant telegraph office, res 812 Wood 
Hanlon Margaret, res 812 Wood 
Hanlon Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 812 Wood 
Hanly Patrick, bootmaker, res 763 Castro 

Hanna Alexander, iron worker Judson Manufacturing Co, res S F 
Hanna C L, traveling agent UPRR, res 836 Jackson 
Hanna Florence M Miss, teacher with Miss S B Bisbee, res 1260 

Market 
Hanna Howard W, res 1260 Market 
Hanna James L, insurance agent (S F), res 1260 Market 
Hannaford E T, milling with Horace Davis & Co (S F), res 779 

Twelfth 
Hannah James E, contractor and builder, res 1120 Washington 
Hannan Charles, salesman with Greenhood & Moran, res 658 

Adeline 
Hannan J J, painter, 606 East Twelfth, res 2070 Thirteenth ave 
Hannibal Elizabeth Miss, res 955 Pine 
Hannibal Henry, farmer, res 955 Pine 
Hannibal Louise Miss, res 955 Pine 
Hannifin James J, assayer (S F), res 571 Tenth 
Hannigan John B, boilermaker, res 136 Hannah 
Hannig F M, florist with James Hutchison, res cor Twenty-sixth 

and Telegraph ave 
Hannigan Thos, res 1122 Fifteenth ave 
Hannon John, laborer, res 1709 Atlantic 
Hannon John, carpenter, res 658 Adeline 
Hannon Sarah Miss, governess, res 1265 Grove 
Hanrahan Elizabeth Mrs, groceries, 229 Third, res same 
Hanratty Annie, domestic, 1262 Webster 
HANSC0M JOHN 0> appraiser, insurance and machinery, res 

1354 Eighth 
Hansen A B Miss, res 978 East Fourteenth 
Hansen Andrew, watchman C P R R, res 115 Hannah 
Hansen Andrew H, coachman, SE cor Thirteenth and Grove 



OAKLAND BREWERY, 



KRA.1IM «& DIEVEK, Proprietors, i'or. 
Telegraph Avenue and JUurant Street. 



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Hansen August, clerk with Eiben & Nor, res cor Seventh and 

Campbell 
Hansen Benjamin, laborer CPRR, res A above Hannah 
Hansen Charles (Reuter & Hansen), res 561 Fifth 
Hansen C J, seaman, res 612| East Twelfth 
Hansen Frederick, cigarmaker, res Union Hotel 
Hansen G M Mrs, midwife, res 463 B 
Hansen Hans, coachman, res 120 East Fourteenth 
Hansen Henry, teamster, res 466 Third 
Hansen Capt J C, res 1061 Willow 
Hansen Jens, painter, res 463 B 
Hansen John, coachman, 1533 San Pablo ave 
Hansen Peter, driver with W Sagehorn, res 471 Sixth 
Hansen Sarah, res 859 Twenty-second 
Hansen Theodore, res 1702 Thirteenth ave 
Hansen Theodore, saloon NE cor Tenth and Franklin, res 374 

Tenth 
Hansen T N, bartender, res 711 Brush 
Hansen's Hall, SW cor Wood and Goss 

Hanson Clarence S, carpenter and contractor, res 714 Tenth 
Hanson Henry, teamster with Fisher & Taylor, res 466 Third 
Hanson J P, painter CPRR Ship Yards 
Hanson Katie, domestic, 1069 Market 
Hanson Samuel, druggist, res 462 Central ave 
Hanson Thomas, bar tender with John Terney, res 711 Brush 
Hanson W H, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 946 Wood 
Hanush Joseph, saddler, res 214 Harlan • 
Hanzn August, cook, res 867 Cedar 
Happ Samuel J, carpenter, res 1455 Twelfth ave 
Happy Theodore, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Harberlin James, sexton St Mary's Church, res 518 Sixth 
Harbourne Henry, res Moss ave nr Telegraph ave, Teraescal 
Hard Amy E Miss, res 11 Valley 
Hard Leonora Mrs, res 11 Valley 

Hard Rosswell B, clerk with J Cushing & Co, res 11 Valley 
Harden Frank B, druggist, res 1686 Eighth 
Harden F B, carpenter CPRR, res 1686 Eighth 
Harden John B, miner, res 1686 Eighth 
Hardenbergh C P, news dealer, Brooklyn Station, Thirteenth ave 

and East Eleventh, res 1055 Twelfth ave 
Hardenburgh James R, U S Mint (S F), res 120 East Fourteenth 
Haiders Bertha, nurse with Samuel P Hall, 1220 Union 
Harders Claus, carpenter, res 1880 Seventh 
Harding August, farmer, res 416 Tenth 
Harding France, liquor saloon, 601 Webster, res same 
Harding Mary Miss, res 416 Tenth 

Washing WKLL DONE at VERY LOW Bates. 

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



S. F. LAUNDRY. 



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Harding Reinhard T, law student, res 416 Tenth 

Hardwick Edward N, sailor res 863 Union 

Hardwick J P, master mariner, res 863 Union 

Hardy Charles G, salesman with W B Hardy, res 1383 Frank 

fin 
Hardy E M Mrs, res 1383 Franklin 
Hardy Emma N Miss, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

res 1067 Castro 
Hardy Harry D, clerk with Geo Black, res 1664 Eighth 
Hardy Ida Grace Miss, historical lecturess, Mariposa ave bet 

Shattuck and Humboldt, Temescal 
Hard} T John J, agent American Eagle Insurance Association, 

office 961 Broadway, res 1383 Franklin 
Hardy Lowell J, capitalist, res 715 Market 
HardV M M Mrs, teacher, res 1316 Telegraph 
HARDY TRACY S> bookkeeper witlTW B Hardy, res 1383 

Franklin 
HARDY WILLIAM B, bookseller and stationer, 961 Broadway 

res 1383 Franklin 
Hardy William F, bookkeeper with Payot, Upham & Co (S F), 

res 1383 Franklin 
Hare Geo, machinist (S F), res 1670 Lincoln 
Harfst Herman, ship carpenter, res 764 Willow 
Harges Helen Mrs, res 862 Chester 
Harkens James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Harkins John, dealer in laces, res 1412 Brush 
Harkinson Charles, res 1403 Franklin 
Harkinson John L, salesman with Salinger Bros, res 1403 Frank 

lin 
Harkness F M, photographic gallery, 556 East Twelfth 
Harlan Kate Mrs, seamstress, res 604 Fourteenth 
Harlow Allen, clerk with Agard & Co, res Orr House 
Harlow Charles A, salesman wyth Agard & Co, res cor Fifteenth 

and San Pablo ave 
Harlow Edward W, tackmaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

590 Sycamore 
Harlow Lucy I Miss, res 862 Franklin 

Harlow W B, clerk with Norris & Moore, res Temescal nr Tele- 
graph ave, Temescal 
Harlow William S, deputy sheriff, res Clarendon House 
Harlow William S Mrs, res 862 Franklin 
Harm an James, carpenter, res 713 Nineteenth 

Harmon , phvsician, room 29, 957 Broadway 

HARMON A K P, president Chollar and Potosi Mining Cos (S F), 

res 1568 Webster 
Harmon Edwin, manager Opposition Boat House, res Lake Mer- 

ritt 




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Harmon M, laborer CPRR 

Harmon Richard E, bartender, res 710 Webster 

Harmon Robert, physician, office and res 969 Broadway 

Harmon William H, manager with Mrs C A King, 1656 and 

1658 San Pablo ave, its 1437 San Pablo ave 
Harn Katherine, res Forty-second nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Harney James, produce dealer, res Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Harney Michael, res 1405 Thirteenth 
Harney Robert, brass finisher, res 1405 Thirteenth 
Haron Katie Miss, res 533 Knox Place 
Harper Leroy, engineer, res 1359 Thirteenth ave 
Harper Lulu Miss, music teacher, res 1359 Thirteenth ave 
Harper Theodore, builder, res 1359 Thirteenth ave 
Harper William, groceries and liquors, 1361 Twelfth 
Harrell Alfred, res 1453 Telegraph 

Harrell Jasper (Grayson, Harrell & Co), res Tulare County 
Harrigan I) J, shoemaker, res 808 Chester 
Harrigan John W, fireman CPRR, res 1778 Railroad ave 
Harrington Charles F, painter with F M Farwell, res 1012 Web- 
ster 
Harrington Charles J, machine hand Oakland Planing-mill, res 

755 Market 
Harrington Felix, res 1936 Linden 
Harrington George, res 328 East Fourteenth 
Harrington John, res 957 Campbell 
Harrington John F, butcher, res 755 Market 
Harrington Julia, res rear 1005 Third 
Harrington Mary A Mrs, janitress Harrison Street School, res 

807 Isabella 
Harrington Michael, laborer, res 655 Linden 
Harrington Timothy, laborer CPRR Yards, res 755 Market 
Harrington Timothy, bookkeeper Charter Oak Hotel, res 1765 

Seventh 
Harrington William C, physician, res 1326 Tenth ave 
Harriot George, engineer CPRR, res 1057 Twelfth ave 
Harris Abraham, clerk with Jacob L Harris, res 214 Twelfth 
Harris Abraham, roller, res 713 Eighth 
Harris A H Mrs, res 1164 Peralta 
Harris Bessie Miss, compositor Oakland Times Publishing Co, 

res 1319 Tenth 
Harris David M, brass moulder with Hersey & Chloupek, res 755 

Clay 
Harris Edwin Mrs, res 829 Oak 

Harris Edwin F, clerk with Parrott & Co, res 829 Oak 
Harris Frank, farmer, res SE cor Harrison and Twelfth 
Harris Frederick R, bookbinder, res 1164 Peralta 



S. F. 



Washing WKUL DOKRatTERV LOW Rates. 

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



rus. L. Barker, BERKELEY 
Imoorter of and Dealer in 



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Harris George L, chief engineer U S Mint (S F), res 798 Jeffer- 
son 
Harris H C, stableman with T A Cunningham, 1368 Broadway 
Harris J A, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1312 Tenth ave 
Harris Jacob, salesman with Salinger Bros, res 409 1 Twelfth 
HARRIS JACOB L. clothier, 907 Broadway, res 214 Twelfth 
Harris James, roller, res 713 Eighth 
Harris John, Dashaway Stables, res same 
Harris John N, shipwright, res 1319 Tenth 
Harris John W, clerk with C R Lewis & Co, res 413 Twelfth 
Harris Joseph, clothier, 915 Broadway, res 212 Twelfth 
Harris Joseph, cook, res 711 Webster 
Harris Joseph, seaman, res 825 Magnolia 
Harris Lipman, res 809 Franklin 
Harris Margaret Mrs, domestic, 818 Myrtle 
Harris Mary Miss, res 755 Clay 
Harris M H Mrs, lodgings, 866 Broadway 
Harris Pauline Miss, dressmaker with E W Johnson, res 825 

Magnolia 
Harris Sabin Sr, farmer, res SE cor Harrison and Twelfth 
Harris Sabin Jr, farmer, res SE cor Harris and Twelfth 
Harris Steven D, miner, re* 1279 Eighth ave 
Harris Timothy, brass finisher (S F), res 755 Clay 
Harris William, roller, res 713 Eighth 
Harrison August, brakeman, res 1787 Seventh 
Harrison Clara Miss, res Bartlett House 

Harrison George W, telegraph operator C P R R, res 1710 Nine- 
teenth ave 
Harrison Hattie, domestic Capital House. 552 Broadway 
Harrison H E, res 516 East Sixteenth 

Harrison John, machinist and engineer, res 714 Eighteenth 
Harrison Joseph M. potter C P R R, res 808 Clay 
Harrison Mrs, 1670 Nineteenth ave 

Harrison O A, brakeman C P R R, res Grand Western Hotel 
Harrison Primary School, Miss H M Mullen principal, NE cor 

Sixth and Harrison 
Harrison R.bert J, wholesale importer, res 616 Third 
Harrison Sarah, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Harrison Simon N, contractor and builder, res Shattuck ave cor 

Forty- ninth, Term seal 
Harrison Thomas G (R W Miller & Co), res 856 Market 
Harrod Joseph A, porter, res 1631 Myrtle 
Harrold Mary Miss, r< j s 558 Twentieth 
Hart Bart, roller, res. Overland House 
Hart Bridget, domestic Winsor House 
Hart Charles, roll hand, res Overland House 
Hart Daniel, liquor saloon, 622 Broadway, res same 



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HAI/I 'i'.U I DDCUfCDV KRAMM & DIEVES, Proprietors 
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(or 
Street. 



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Hart Jackson, commission merchant (S F), res 1069 Market 

Hart Jacob H, painter with Daniel D Henderson, 370 Twelfth 

Hart Jessie Miss, res 363 \ Twelfth 

Hart L M Mrs, res 1166 Seventh 

Hart Patrick, laborer CPRR, res 750 Willow 

Hart Richard, laborer, res 451 East Tenth 

Hart Thos, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Hart Thos P, gang foreman CPRR, res 808 Willow 

Hart Wm, wine packer, res 823 Henry 

Hartford , res 823 Chester 

HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO, Strong & Watson agents, 

470 Ninth 
Hartigan Jennie, domestic, 1265 Clay 
Hartman House, 462 Ninth 

Hartmann Henry, ship carpenter CPRR Yard, res 1425 Eleventh 
Hartmann John, shipwright, res 883 Bay 
Hartmann Samuel, fruit and vegetable dealer, res 363 Fifth 
Hartmann Wm, laborer, res 138 Louisa 
Hart wig Chas F, master mechanic, res 1228 Chestnut 
Hartwig Edward, plumber, res 1228 Chestnut 
Hartwig Ella H Miss, saleslady with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, 

res 1228 Chestnut 
Harty Maggie Miss, seamstress, res 734 Linden 
Harty Mary Miss, res 734 Linden 
Harty Morris, laborer, r< s 822 Twenty-first 
Hartv Robert, oiler CPRR Yards, res 734 Linden 
Hartz John, helper CPRR Yards, res 1816 William 
Harvey Chas D (Harvey Heater Co), res 566 Caledonia 
Harvey Jonah, capitalist, res 1064 Wood 
Harvey LeRoy G, real estate 640 Market, rooms 2 and 3 (S F), 

res 1128 Filbert 
Harvey Peter, agent B & O R R (S F), res 362 East Sixteenth 
Harvey R A, car cleaner CPRR Yard, res 1610 Lincoln 
Harvey Robt, carpenter, res 960 Clay 
Harvey Robt A, book agent, res 1657 Lincoln 
Harvey Susan B, res 714 Fourteenth 
Harvey Win, carpenter, res 1657 Lincoln 
Harvey Wm, clerk 

Haselton J C, mining, res 1224 Twelfth ave 
Haskell Edwin, res 1025 Chester 
Haskell E F Mrs, res 1025 Chester 

Haskell E F, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1025 Chester 
Haskell Hattie Miss, res 1025 Chester 
Haskell Noyes, carpenter, res 1558 Eighth 
Haskell O P, branch bakery, 1359 Broadway 
Haskin Enoch W, ticket agent CPRR, Grand Hotel, res 660 

Fourteenth 



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Hickory, Oak. Asli, White IVoo.l. Maple, Eir. 
No* 1H ami -Z» Npcar Street, San FranelBeo. 



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Haskin Joseph W, mining engineer, res 060 Fourteenth 

Haskins Mrs, res 954 Broadway 

Hasleton J C, miner, res 1214 Twelfth ave 

Hassard Richard, gardener, res 930 Adeline 

Hassinger Samuel K, real estate collector, res 611 Seventeenth 

Hasslocher von E, physician, res 10G1 Alice 

Hasslocher von E Jr, student, res 1061 Alice 

Hast Bert, roller, res Overland House 

Hast Chas, rollhand, res Overland House 

Hastings Frank A, horse dealer, res 621 Webster 

Hastings Joseph, fireman CPRR 

Hastings J W, collector CPRR, res 2612 Folsom (S *) 

Hastings Robert, res 1305 Broadway 

Haswell Frederick B, secretary Central Land Co, 924 Broadway 

res 576 Thirty-fourth 
Haswell Geo C Mrs, res 557 Eighth 

Hatch Asa D, commission produce (S F), res 1221 Chestnut 
Hatch A J, operator Western Union Telegraph Co, res 1110 

Fourteenth 
Hatch Emma Miss, res 1067 Twenty-eighth 
Hatch Emma F Miss, res 1221 Chestnut 

Hatch Ephraim L, foreman Eagle Box Factory, res 80/ Wash- 
Hatch I A, manufacturer Centennial windmills, 356 Twelfth, res 

365 Thirteenth 
Hatch Jabez, res 1108i Broadway 
Hatch Kate, res 1067 Twenty-eighth 

Hatch K C, coachman, 1311 Franklin «-«.„, im , 

Hatch T H, commission merchant (S F), res 6/ East lweltth 
Hauck Julia R Miss, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 111b 

Broadwav . 

Haudbine JOB (Haudbine & Morrison), res lol4 Broadway 
Haudbine Julius E, with Haudbine & Morrison, res 1514 Broad- 

HAUDBINE& MORRISON (J Morrison and JOB Haudbine), 
Central Carriage Factory, 1312 San Pablo ave 

Hauer Win F, porter with Tillman & Bendel, res 1017 Taylor 

Haucx Gustave A, machinist (S F), res 1405 Eighteenth 

Haug Ola, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 
House, Emery Station 

HAUSCHILDT HENRY, boots and shoes, 1173 Broadway, res 
1501 Telegraph ave , 

Hauser David, crockery, glassware and fancy goods, llo3 broad- 
wav, res 572 Tenth r 

Haven Benj B, clerk Commercial Union Insurance Co (S t ), res 
Eighth opp Chestnut 

Haven Chas, artist, res 807 Market 





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Haven Chas D, manager London and Liverpool Insurance Co 

(S F), res Eighth opp Chestnut 
Haven Dora Miss, res 1205 Oak 
Haven Frederick L, salesman with Blake, Robbins & Co (S F), 

res 961 Eighth 
Haven J F, attorney-at-law, res 616 Fifteenth 
Haven Wm P, clerk with H S Crocker & Co (S F), res Eighth 

opp Chestnut 
Havens Albert W, secretary Consolidated Virginia Mining Co 

(S F), res 1652 Webster 
Havens Chas M, street car advertiser, 869 Broadway, res 991 

Wood 
Havens F J, cashier Home Insurance Co (S F), res Blake House 
Havens Frank C, res Vernon Heights 
Havens Henry R, student, res Blake House 
Havens H H, Internal Revenue (S F), res Blake House 
Havens H R, law student with H Vrooman, res 1059 Wash- 
ington 
Havens John F, attorney-at-law, 911 Broadway, room 5, res 616 

Fifteenth 
HAVENS JOHN W (Porter Bros & Co), res Blake House 
Havill J S, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 880 Webster 
Hawes Madison, printer, res 978 East Fourteenth 
Hawkes Robert H, pressureman Gas Works, res cor Second and 

Grove 
Hawkett Wm G, clerk city assessor's office, res 1651 Lincoln 
Hawkins Edward, laborer, res 357 Seventh 
Hawkins M E Mrs, assistant teacher Prescott Grammar School, 

res 1779 Goss 
Hawkins P Miss, res 1313 Eleventh ave 
Hawkins Thos, blacksmith, res 1115 Willow 
Hawkins Walter L, miner, res 1779 Goss 
Hawks John Sr, lamplighter, res 963 Castro 
Hawks John Jr, brass finisher (S F), res 963 Castro 
Hawley Calvin H, tallyman C P R R Mill, res 1669 Seward 
Hawley C J, grocer (S F), res 1118 Seventh ave 
Hawley Geo T (Hawley Bros, S F), i'es Prospect ave east of 

Broadway 
Hawley G M, mining, res Oakland ave 
Hawley Jacob C, lumber (S F), res 522 Knox Place 
Hawley Levi H, clerk, res 2100 Telegraph ave 
Hawley Mary A Miss, res 522 Knox Place 
Hawley P R, res 1216 Webster 
Hawlev William, major USA, res 1216 Webster 
Hawley William T, clerk with Bowen & Co, res 371 Tenth 
Haws Albert, canvasser, res 322 Second 
Haws A P, miner, res 610 East Sixteenth 



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Hawthorne Charles, clerk with A R Moore, res 1080 Twenty- 
second 

Hawthorne Joseph E, sewing-machine agent, 1152 Broadway, 
res 1080 East Twent} r -second 

Hawxhurst Franklin, civil engineer, res 616 East Twenty-second 

Hay Wm, res 1415 Eleventh ave 

Hayden Delia Miss, res Fortieth bet Lusk and San Pablo ave 

Hay den James, CPRR storekeeper, res 1120 Third 

Hayden Lester M, milkman, res Fortieth bet Lusk and San 
Pablo ave 

Hayden L G, milk ranch, res Fortieth bet Lusk and San Pablo 
ave 

Hayden Theron, milkman, res Fortieth bet Lusk and San Pablo 
ave 

Hayes, Carrick & Co (Henry Hayes, D S Carrick, Frank Hos- 
tetter, and L Brooks), wholesale butchers, stockyard, office 
655 East Twelfth 

Hayes Charles D, jeweler (S F), res cor East Twenty-fourth and 
Watson ave 

Hayes Charles E, res 726 Fifteenth 

Hayes Daniel, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1365 
Fifteenth 

Hayes Daniel D, fire apparatus works, 511 Fifth, res Fruit Vale 

Hayes D E (Hinckley, Spear & Hayes, S F), res 909 Linden 

Hayes E D (Hinckley, Spear & Hayes, S F), res 909 Linden 

Hayes Emma L Miss, res 1511 Broadway 

Hayes Harry P, grainer, res 1511 Broadway 

Hayes Henry (Hayes, Carrick & Co), and president City Coun- 
cil, res Union Hotel 

Ha\es Henry, machinist with Daniel D Hayes, res San Francisco 

Hayes James, horseman, res 1014 Webster 

Hayes J, weaver jute mill, res 416 Seventh 

Hayes John, marble polisher, res 1510 Third 

Hayes John B, gardener, res 1511 Broadway 

Hayes John F, laborer, res 1854 Short 

Hayes John F, salesman with Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 1511 
Broadway 

Bayes Juana Mrs. groceries, etc, SE cor Willow and William 

Hayes Lida N Miss, res 1511 New Broadway 

Hayes Mamie, domestic, 852 lsabe^a 

Hayes Michael, groceries and liquors, 769 Market, res same 

Hayes Patrick, gardener, res SW cor Twenty-eighth and Adeline 

Hayes Thomas R, manager with Main & Winchester (S F), res 
726 Fifteenth 

Hayes W C Mrs, res NW cor Eighth and Brush 

Hayles Henry, pile driver, res cor Short and Bay 

Hayn Richard H, musician, res 757 Grove 



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Haynes Amanda, res 857 Twentieth 

Haynes Benjamin, government store keeper, res 1527 Seventh 

ave 
Haynes Charles, clerk, res 857 Twentieth 
Haynes Hiram A, ship carpenter, res 1631 Atlantic 
Haynes W, brakeman SPCRR 
Hays A, brakeman (retired), res 1840 Seventh 
Hays E B, carpenter, res 370 East Twentieth 
Hays James M, mate Matthew Turner, res 492 Edwards 
Hays James P, laborer, res Fort} -fourth bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove, Temescal 
Hays J C Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 
Hays Kate E Miss, res Forty-fourth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove, Temescal 
Hays Nancy P, res Forty-fourth bet Telegraph ave and Grove, 

Temescal 
Hays Naomi Miss, res Forty-fourth bet Telegraph ave and Grove, 

Temescal 
HAYSOM CHAS C> manufacturing jeweler, Center Street Station 
Hazeltine William I, printer, res 728 Eighth 
Head J H, laborer, res 1009 Third 
Heald Allen, miner, res 1120 Ninth ave 

Healey Daniel, employe Pacific Coal Oil Works, res 1018 Third 
Healey James, hostler with M L Decker, res 1597 Broadway 
Healey Stephen, laborer, res 1173 Third 
Healey Susan, nurse, 1304 Jackson 
Health Office, E W Buck city physician, 510 Fifteenth 
Healy Charles S, clerk with Grant Laphara, res 462 Third 
Healy David Jos, carriage ornamental painter, res 861 Harrison 
Healy Edward Morris, tailor with M J Healy, res 861 Harrison 
Healy Edwin R, portrait artist, 73 St Ann Building (S F), res 

829 Fourteenth 
Healy Henry, laborer, res 815 Henry 
Healy Hezekiah, carpenter, res 766 Twenty-second 
Healy James, laborer, res 736 Linden 
Healy Jesse, real estate, res 1012 Clay 
Healy John, ship carpenter C P R R Yard 
Healy M A, captain revenue cutter Corwin, res Galindo Hotel 
HEALY MORRIS J. merchant tailor, 1056 Broadway, res 861 

Harrison • 

Healy Patrick, bartender, res 416 Seventh 

Heath Charles R, first officer steamer Alameda, res 962 Kirkham 
Heath May A Mrs, teacher. Home School, res 1825 Telegraph ave 
Heath Virginia D Miss, assistant Tompkins' School, res 1512 

Taylor (S F) 
Heath W H, physician and surgeon, office Taylor House, 1228 

Broadway, res same 



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Heather S, res Winsor House 

Heaton Jennie Miss, res 1225 Webster 

Heaton M C Miss, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 1224 

Franklin 
Heaton Warren, insurance agent, res 1224 Franklin 
Heaton Warren D, res 1225 Webster 
Heavey Hugh, laborer, res 674 Twenty-Sixth 
Hecht Louisa, res 670 Eighteenth 
Hecht Morris, clerk, res 306 Tenth 
Heckert Henry, carpenter CPRR, res 1662 Atlantic 
Heckman Francis C, shoemaker, 857 Wood, res 1720 Twelfth 
Heckot J H, clerk CPRR 
HECOX ADNA H. livery and boarding stable, 1352 San Pablo 

ave, res 1307 Clay • 
Hedley E C Mrs, photographer, res 807 Market 
Heenan Denis, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Heeney S Mrs, janitress, res 963 Clay 
Heeseman Gerhard F, salesman with C & A Nordhausen, res 319 

Sixth 
Heflin Hiram M, furniture, 754 Seventh, res 857 Brush 
Hefron Nellie L Miss, res 1366 Brush 
Hefron Sarah M, res 1366 Brush 
Hefty Mathias, carpenter, res 806 Franklin 
Hegadorn George F, laborer, res 658 Grove 
Hegan John, carpenter, res 483 Merrimac 
Hegeman Louisa Mrs, res 558 Twentieth 
Heger Carl N G, driver (S F), res 2 Maiden Lane 
Heggert Harry, gunsmith, res 1506 Broadway 
Heiderick George, salesman with R W Miller & Co, res Bushell 

House 
Heiman Morice, clerk with A Jones & Bro, res 518 Fourth 
Heimbold Julius, contractor, res 1411 Franklin 
Heines B Mrs, res 1020 Willow 

Heinold John M, saloon, cor Nineteenth and San Pablo ave 
Heitmann Win D, hooker Pacific Nail Works, res 720 Seventh 
Heitshu Samuel (Reddington & Co, S F), res 1305 Madison 
Held Ernest, barber and baths, 407 Eighth, res same 
Held George, barber, 1162 Broadway, res 581 Twentieth 
Held Henry, barber with Geo Held, res 584 Twentieth 
Held John, saloon, 1114 Broadway, res same 
Held Justus, res 1666 Telegraph ave 
Helker H L, res 1466 Grove 
Heleker Peter, laborer, res 732 Henry 
Hellis Catherine; domestic, 1324 Tenth ave 

Helmcke John, butcher with Joseph Simon, res 1525 Broadway 
Helmke & Brunje (Conrad Helmke and John A Brunje), groceries 

and liquors, 1551 Broadway 




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Helmke Charles (Westermann & Co), res 822 Union 
Helmke Conrad (Helmke & Brunjc), res 1551 Broadway 
Helmstein John J, sewing machines, res 165G Telegraph ave 
Helnan Richard, teamster Oakland Gas Light Co, res Alamed a 
Helsley P C, switchman C P R R 
Helvorson John, carpenter, res 1226 Thirtieth 
Hembright J J, bookkeeper with Henry Schellhaas, res 359 Elev- 
enth 
Hemmers O C, laborer, res 972 Thirty-fifth 
Hemphill Andrew, grocer, res 1324 Eleventh ave 
Hemphill Charles F, baker, res 707 Broadway 
Hemphill Henry, bricklayer and naturalist, res 727 Broadway 
Hemphill Louis, baker, res 707 Broadway 
Hemphill Uriah, bakery, 707 Broadway ' 

Hempstead Frank C, clerk with Kelsey & Flint, res 729 Tenth 
Hempstead W C F, physician and surgeon, office 729 Tenth, res 

same 
Hempstead William, boat builder with George Farmer, res SE 

cor Tenth and Brush 
HENDERSON DANIEL D, carriage and sign painter, 370 Twelfth, 

res 823 Adeline 
Henderson D M, bookkeeper (S F), res 698 Thirty-fifth 
Henderson Frank, driver with J C Estey, res 508£ Fifteenth 
Henderson George F, machinist, res 508| Fifteenth 
Henderson George L, hardware, res 767 Alice 
Henderson George W, house mover, res 1906 Broadway 
Henderson Hiram B, blacksmith, res 715 Sixth 
Henderson H P, foreman C P R R Ship Yard 
Henderson John E, engineer, res 888 Cedar 
Henderson John H, civil engineer, res 767 Alice 
Henderson Josiah, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Henderson M F (A Kendall & Co), res Areata 
Henderson M J Mrs, dress and cloakmaking, 1453J Seventh 
Henderson Samuel, Renton Coal Co, res Winter's Hotel 
HENDERSON TH0S H. agent Renton Coal Co, 413 Tenth, res 

767 Alice 
Henderson Thomas N, patternmaker railroad shops, res 483 

Twenty-Fifth 
Henderson William Capt, res 246 Ettie 
Hendricks Cliff E, blacksmith with Haudbine & Morrison, res 

955 h Washington 
Hendricks Eunice Miss, capitalist, res 1426 Tenth ave 
Hendricks S E Miss, capitalist, res 1426 Tenth ave 
Hendry Joseph, salesman with Taft & Pennoyer, res 1361 Tele- 
graph ave 
Hendry Robert Mrs, dressmaker, 1361 Telegraph ave 
Henessey William, carpenter CPRR, res 711 Campbell 



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Heney Sarah -Mrs, jaaitress Grove Street School 

Henfield J B, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Henken I Frederick, liquor saloon, cor East Fourteenth and 

Eighteenth ave 
Henneberry James, teamster, res 1814 Taylor 
Henneberry Thos, iron moulder (S F), res 1675 Twelfth 
Hennecker Nicholas, gardener, res 412 Twenty-sixth 
Hennen Bridget, domestic, Elmwood, North Temescal 
Hennessey J, farmhand J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 

bet Summer and Clifton 
Hennessey James A, porter (S F), res 1820 Goss 
Hennessey Morris, tannery (S F), res 1820 Goss 
Hennig Frederick M, gardener, res 1814 Telegraph ave 
Henning John B, carpenter, res 1020 Willow 
Henning Julius, tanner with Crist & Co, res 2027 East Four- 
teenth 
Henninger Frederick, shoemaker, 1309 San Pablo ave 
HENNINGER JOHN A, Grand Western Hotel and Restaurant, 

1756 and 1758 Seventh, res same 
Hennings Martin, clerk CPRR, res 1652 Fourteenth 
Hennings Robert A, clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co, res 1652 

Fourteenth 
Henon Charles W, contractor brick work, res 1637 Adeline 
Henon C W, res 1510 Adeline 
HENRY ASHMAN C(Lusk& Co) and mayor, office City Hall, and 

president Haywards Bank, Haywards, res 1221 Harrison 
Henry Frank, capitalist, res Union Hotel 
Henry George S, clerk J Lusk Canning Co, res cor Summer and 

First ave, Temescal 
Henry James T, clerk (S F), res 1519 Curtis 
Henry John, employe California Hosiery Co, res 626 East Twelfth 
Henry J G, gate watchman CPRR, res 269 Fifth 
Henry John, bakery and confectionery, 626 East Twelfth, res 

same 
Henry John G, clerk CPRR, res 834 Jackson 
Henry Mary A, res 1519 Curtis 
Henry Samuel H, attorney-at-law, office 708 Montgomery (S F), 

re* 1277 Fifth ave 
Henrj' William, plumber, res 612J East Twelfth 
Henry William A, res 1519 Curtis 
Henry Wm W, commission (S F), res 1719 Thirteenth 
Henseler Annie B Mrs, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Henseler Mary B Miss, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Henseler Regina Miss, res 919 Thirty-sixth 
Hensey Samuel, engineer CPRR, res 867 Campbell 
Henshaw Edward T (Taylor & Co), res 1221 Linden 
Henshaw E Tyler, clerk (S F), res 941 Myrtle 



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Henshaw Fred W, attorney-at-law, res 941 Myrtle 

Henshaw Sarah E Mrs, res 941 Myrtle 

Henshaw William G, bookkeeper with Taggart & Dingee, res 941 

Myrtle 
Hensley Frederick, painter, res 1460 Seventh 
Hensley John, carpenter, res Tremont House 
Hen ton Etta Miss, res Telegraph ave bet Thirty-eighth and 

Thirty-ninth 
Henton Griffith, carpenter, res Telegraph ave bet Thirty-eighth 

and Thirty-ninth 
Hepburn Andrew M, employe U S Mint (S F), res 817 Brush 
Hepburn Edna Miss, compositor Oakland Times, res 817 Brush 
Hepburn Minnie, dressmaker, res 463 Thirteenth 
Hepburn Mort, clerk (S F), res 920 Filbert 
Heppner John O, clerk CPRR(SF), res 1506 Ninth 
"HERALD OF TRUTH," Granville S Abbott editor and pub- 
lisher, office 1062 Washington 
Herbert E C Mrs, res 363| Twelfth, room 20 
Herbert Paul W, wood carver, res 1456 Third 
Herbert B, car cleaner C P B B Yards, res Alameda 
Herbert Theodore (Herbert & Sonderleiter), res 152 Fifth 
HERBERT & SONDERLEITER (Theodore Herbert and Frank 

Sonderleiter), saloon and agents for St. Louis Annheuser 

beer, 477 Ninth 
Herbst A, carpenter and builder, res cor Forty-seventh and San 

Pablo ave, Temescal 
Herbst Henry, carpenter, res 561 Sixth 
Herd Gertrude C Miss, res 490 Merrimac 
Herd John, res 490 Merrimac 
Herd Lucy F Miss, res 490 Merrimac 
Herd Nellie Miss, copyist with Lawrie & Schramm, res 490 

Merrimac 
Herden Adolph, painter, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-second and 

Forty-third, Temescal 
Herget Emil W, gunsmith, locksmith and bellhanger, 465 Tenth, 

res 813 Seventeenth 
Herget Harry, locksmith, 1218A Broadway, res Broadway nr 

Twenty-first 
Hergurtth Joseph H, framemaker with Whittier, Fuller & Co 
Hering Leonard, blacksmith, res 562 Fourth 
Herman Elias S, mei chant (S F), res 761 Fifth 
Herman Henry, driver, res 1437 San Pablo ave 
Herman John, harnessmaker with James Lentell, res 273 Sixth 
Herman M, clerk with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 761 Filth 
HERON ERNEST A- real estate and insurance, 422 Twelfth, res 

767 Thirteenth 
Heron Maurice, salesman (S F), res 1719 Fourteenth 



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Herr B, professor engineering, State University, res 371 Tenth 

Herreher Mary Mrs, res 1319 Twelfth 

Herrick C E Mrs, res 970 Cypress 

Herrick Edward M, shipping and commission (S F), res 490 

Orchard 
Herrick Landson D, plumber, res 309 Eighth 
Herrick Samuel W, engineer, res 1212 Eighth 
Herrick W A, res NW cor Twelfth and Poplar 
Herrick Win F, accountant Commercial Insurance Co (S F), r< 

N W cor Twelfth and Poplar 
Herriott George, engineer CPRR, res 1057 Twelfth ave 
Herrmann Andrew, bookkeeper (S F), res 1756 Taylor 
Hersey Edgar A (Hersey & Chloupek), res 473 Fourth 
Hersey Fernando, tackmaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Good Cheer House, Emery Station 
Hersey & Chloupek (E A Hersey and V Chloupek), brass works, 

720 Washington 
Hershberg Leon (Leon Hershberg & Co), res 608 Seventeenth 
HERSHBERG LEON & CO (Leon Hershberg and I D Rytten- 

lierg), wholesale liquors, 853 Washington 
Hershberg Louise Miss, res 608 Seventeenth 
Hershberg Sally Miss, res 608 Seventeenth 
Herskovith Benjamin, cigarmaker with L Lehmkuhl, res NW 

cor Sixth and Webster 
Herspring Abraham, peddler, res 213 Second 
Hertel Charles A Rev, pastor German M E Church, res 526 

Seventeenth 
Heslep Joseph, night watchman, res Clinton House, cor East 

Twelfth and Sixth ave 
Heslep J W, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1065 Twelfth ave 
Hesse Frederick G, professor State University, res 801 Jackson 
Hesse Herman, machinist with Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher, res 

658 Myrtle 
Hesse Nicholas, salesman with Henry Turn Suden, 693 East 

Twelfth 
Heverin Patrick, sewer contractor, res 862 Twenty-first 
Heverin T H, cash boy with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 862 

Twenty-first 
Hewes Charles L, res 1971 Grove 
Hewes C W, bookkeeper (S F), res 1971 Grove 
Hewett Moses D, special policeman, res 1014 Webster 
Hewitt Annie, domestic, 522 Fifteenth 
Hewitte B C Mrs, stenographer, res 610 Fourteenth 
Hewlett Elizabeth P Miss, res w s Maple bet Temescal and Birch 
Hews Hugh M, car repairer CPRR, res 1065 Twelfth ave 
Hewson Robert (Globe Manufacturing Co), res 378 East Seven- 
teenth 




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Heyer Henry, bakery, 1810 Seventh, res same 

Heyne Fred, tanner, res 1056 East Fourteenth 

Heywood H H, fireman CPRR 

Hickethier Richard E, teacher of music, res 214 Eleventh 

Hickey Andrew, cattle- raiser, res 569 Sixth 

Hickey George, printer, res 1005 Franklin 

Hickey John, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res cor Spring 

and Adeline 
Hickey Lawrence F, cattle-raiser, res 569 Sixth 
Hickey Patrick, foreman CPRR, Peralta Street Wharf, res 701 

Adeline 
Hickies William W, mining, res 1901 Union 
Hickling Thomas, machinist, res 1661 Seward 
Hickman Joseph I. cook, res 666 Twenty-sixth 
Hickman L M, farmer (Stanislaus Co), res 1363 Madison 
Hickman Macie Miss, res 1363 Madison 
Hickok B E (B E Hickok & Co), res 1155 Madison 
Hickok Charles T (Hickok, Schroeder & Co), res 1155 Madison 
HICKOK, SCHROEDER & CO (B E and C T Hickok and P W 

Schroeder), Golden Rule Roller Flouring Mills, SE cor 

Broadway and Third 
Hickok Henry H, clerk CPRR, res 856 Market 
Hiddy M, watchman J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 

bet Summer and Clifton 
Hierlihy I L (Hierlihy & Ingler), Pioneer Door Co, res Alameda 
Hierlihy & Ingler (T L Hierlihy and C L Ingler), proprs Pioneer 

Door Co, First, foot of Broadway 
HifFern Jas, laborer, res Winthrop House 
Higbie Alfred Rev, res 706 Twelfth 

Higby Walter E, engineer, res NW cor Center and Peralta 
Higgins Bernard, laborer, res 823 Sixteenth 
Higgins Bessie, domestic, res 692 Thirty-fourth 
Higgins Bridget, widow, res 1447 Chestnut 
Higgins Charles E, fireman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Higgins Denis, laborer CPRR, res 830 Linden 
Higgins Eugene L, carpenter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1368 

Fifteenth 
Higgins John, master mariner, res 241 Ettie 
Higgins John, trackman, res 1419 Twelfth 
Higgins Joseph B, clerk with J J O'Brien (S F), res 1447 

Chestnut 
Higgins J W, car driver, res cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph ave 
Higgins Louis T, carpenter and contractor Judson Manufact- 
uring Co, res Sycamore nr Grove 
Higgins L T, carpenter, res 1368 Fifteenth 
Higgins M, mining, res 1421 San Pablo ave 
Higgins Roger, laborer CPRR 



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Higgins S A Mrs, dressmaker, res 142 1 San Pablo ave 

Higgins Walter, tack tinner Judson Manufacturing Co, res West 

Berkeley 
Higgins William, carpenter, res 1368 Fifteenth 
Higgins William H, carpenter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Sycamore nr Grove 
Higgins Z A Miss, res cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph ave 
Higgs Henry, carpenter, res 1317 San Pablo ave 
High Alexander Z, machinist Fulton Iron Works (S F), res 957 

Eighth 
High Gaven D, reporter daily Report (S F), res 957 Eighth 
HIGH SCHOOL, J B McChesney principal, NW cor Market and 

Central ave 
High William H, mining, res 957 Eighth 
High Wm H Jr, bookkeeper with Dutard & Co (S F), res 957 

Eighth 
Hingham Elijah, manager Wheeler & Wilson sewing-machine, 

464 Twelfth, res 668 Thirty-fifth 
Higham John, agent with Elijah Higham, res 1008 Wood 
Highland Park, cor East Twenty-seventh and Fifteenth ave 
Highson Charles H, bookkeeper Patent Brick Co (S F), res 610 

East Eighteenth 
Higuera Emanuel, barber, res 1460 Seventh 
Hilands William C, carpenter, res 763 Sixteenth 
Hilbert Hugh, hostler, res 1413 Thirteenth 
Hilkirt John P, laborer CPRR, res 1162 Seventh 
Hill Catherina, res Seventeenth ave nr East Fourteenth 
Hill Mrs, res 826 Henry 
Hill Alice, domestic, 1360 Franklin 
Hill Augustus, clerk with George & James Wallace, res 1829 

San Pablo ave 
Hill Benjamin S, asbestos, 317 Mission (S F), res 1315 Tenth 
Hill Christian C, bookkeeper (S F), res 242 Ettie 
Hill Eva, domestic, 1533 San Pablo ave 
Hill H B, carpenter, res 1426 Eleventh 
Hill James, res 826 Henry 

Hill James, climax fire extinguisher, res 818 Clay 
Hill James, farmer, res 269 Second 
Hill James, milk ranch, res Lusk nr Fortieth 
Hill J C, clerk C P R R Co, res 1117 Alice 
Hill John, marble polisher, res 162 Second 

Hill John W, porter CPRR steamer Piedmont, res 1714 Lin- 
den 
Hill Maria Miss, res Lusk nr Fortieth 
Hill Maria, res 162 Second 
Hill R B, bookkeeper with Donohue, Kelley & Co (S F), res 565 

East Fifteenth 



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Hill Rosser L, porter CPRR, res 1712 Linden 

HILL ROBERT L> physician and surgeon, office 1207 Broad- 
way, post-office building, rooms 12 and 13, res same 

Hill Samuel, blacksmith, res 162 Second 

Hill Samuel, laborer CPRR Ship Yards 

Hill William M, expressman, res 878 Lydia 

Hillam James, plasterer, res 1248 Center 

Hillebrand Clara Mrs, boarding-house, 778 Ninth 

Hillebrand Frank, clerk (S F), res 778 Ninth 

Hillebr-and Louise Miss, music teacher, 778 Ninth 

Hiller C A Mrs, res 1710 Ninth 

Hiller George W, yardman C P R R, res 551 Seventh 

Hillier Theo, blacksmith CPRR Shops, res 834 Cedar 

Hilling Susan B, res 376 Durant 

Hillman Grafton, commercial traveler, res 860 Clay 

Hills A H, dair}' produce, res 1558 Eighth 

Hilton Charles W, deputy city marshal, res 1305 Jefferson 

Hilton Emma H Miss, assistant Cole School, res 1027 Eighth 

Hilton J D, brakeman CPRR, res 1729 William 

Hilton J G, fireman CPRR 

Hilton M A Miss, dressmaker, res 1254 San Pablo ave 

Hinchman M Mrs, res 1054 Eleventh ave 

Hincheon John, machinist Brooklyn Planing Mill, res 555 Broad- 
way 

Hinckley Chas H ( Haight & Co, S F), res 1016 Kirkham 

Hinckley John L, salesman with J W Fleming, res 1957 San 
Pablo ave 

Hinckley Kate G Miss, teacher, res 1016 Kirkham 

Hind M, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Hindman H, res Galindo Hotel 

Hinds Furman D, county recorder Hall of Records, res 827 Cas- 
tro 

Hinds M L Mrs, artist, res 1717 Twelfth 

Hines Daniel, operative nail factory, res 1012 Third 

Hines John, res 1012 Third 

Hines John C, electrotyper, res 1016 Tenth ave 

Hines Minnie Miss, res 1012 Third 

Hines Thomas, gardener, res 807 Washington 

Hines Thomas, teamster, res East Twelfth bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth aves 

Hink W, warehouseman J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 
bet Summer and Clifton 

Hinkelbein G H, tinner, 632 East Twelfth, res Union Hotel 

Hinkle J M, physician and surgeon, office San Francisco, res 1020 
Adeline 

Hinman Albert F, clerk Whitney & Co's Express, res 968 Fifth 

Hinman Andrew M, clerk, res 968 Fifth 



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283 



Hinman Gertrude L Miss, teacher vocal music Snell's Seminary, 
res 1235 Telegraph ave 

Hinman H Carleton, agent Merchants' Dispatch Transportation 
Co (S F), res 608 Twelfth 

Hinman Henry L, clerk Whitney & Co's Express, res 968 Fifth 

Hinman Louis A, broker (S F), res 968 Fifth 

Hinrichs August, propr Oriental Lodging House (S F), res 950 
Kirkham 

Hinrichson Henry, car driver, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Hinsdale Daniel C, chief clerk Western Union Telegraph Co (S F), 
res 1221 Adeline 

Hinsel August, upholsterer, res 1172 Seventh 

Hinsey Samuel, engineer C P R R, res 865 Campbell 

Hintermeyer Frank, res 1314 Linden 

Hinton Mrs M A, teacher of music, res 555 Twenty-second 

Hintze Ferdinand, painter, res 1460 Seventh 

Hinz William, wholesale milliner, 545 Market (S F), res 679 
Sixth 

Hirsch Herman, cabinetmaker, res 2072 Market 

Hirschbaum Sigmond, merchant, res 763 Twelfth 

Hirschberg Alex : deputy county clerk, res 316 Ninth 

Hirschberg Leopold, traveling salesman, res 1718 Filbert 

Hirschberg R, res 316 Ninth 

Hirshberg David S, under-sheriff County of Alameda, res 520 
Sixteenth 

Hirshbring A, peddler, res 213 Second 

Hitchcock Chester, res 2431 Piedmont ave cor Webster 

Hitchcock P M Mrs, dressmaker, 1656 Seventh, res same 

Hitchens James, barber, res 1661 Atlantic 

Hite W F, merchant, res 1940 Linden 

Hoag Charles P, manager Western Union Telegraph Co, res Ad- 
dison ave 

Hoag Elizabeth, res Weston ave be«t New Broadway and Tele- 
graph ave 

Hoag Florence M Miss, res Weston ave bet New Broadway and 
Telegraph ave 

Hoag Frank C, machinist, res 1066 Tenth 

Hoag Jonathan, car repairer C P R R Yards, 987 Campbell 
,Hoag Marine Mrs, res Weston ave bet New Broadway and Tele- 
graph ave 

Hobart John A, machinist, 1429 San Pablo ave, res 1467 San 
Pablo ave 

Hobart John H, engineer C P R R, res NW cor Park ave and 
San Pablo ave 

Hobart John R, lumber inspector Pier 3 (S F), res 1260 Fifth 
ave 




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284 



OAKLAND. 



Hobart Joseph, nailer, res East Sixteenth bet Fifth and Sixth 

aves 
Hobbs Enoch, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Co, res 812 Brush 
Hoblitt Lillie F Miss, res 1061 Grove 
HochkofHer Rudolph, broker (S F), res 1361 Jackson 
Hocking E B, miner, res 741 Myrtle 
Hodge Benj O, printer, res 481 Plymouth ave 
Hodges A D, mining engineer, res 1410 Tenth 
Hodges Geo, millwright (S F), res 1717 Lincoln 
Hodgkins Andrew L, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

658 Twenty-Sixth 
Hodgkins Edwin A, saloon, res 658 Twenty-sixth 
Hodgkins Harry J, brass moulder, res 800 Franklin 
Hodgkins Minnie R Miss, res 658 Twenty-Sixth 
Hodgkiss Geo, miner, res 636 Chestnut 
Hodkins Louis, clerk with M W Hodkins, res 762 Willow 
Hodkins Malcon W, furnishing goods and glove manufacturer, 

1759 Seventh, res 762 Willow 
Hoenisch Alexander, upholsterer, 867 Washington, res 456 Eighth 
Hesly Sabina Miss, dreKsmaker, res 828 Kirkham 
Hoff Chas, dishwasher Furniss' Restaurant, res Alta House 
Hoffman Chas F, mining engineer, office 418 California (S F), 

res 1269 Clay 
Hoffman C H, gardener, res 75 9 1 Castro 

Hoffman Chas M, watchmaker with A Steffanoni, res 919 Web- 
ster 
Hoffman Edward, carpenter, res 836 Broadway 
Hoffman Eva Miss, tailoress, res 654 Clay 
Hoffman Herman, employe Shell Mound Park, res same 
Hoffman James H, clerk, res 572 Tenth 
Hoffman Joseph, furniture packer (S F), res 956 Campbell 
Hoffman Louis, driver Oakland Fire Department, res 477 Sixth 
Hoffman Win, butcher, cor Telegraph ave and Forty-fifth, Temes- 

cal, res same 
Hoffmeyer Vollmer, teacher of music, office with Adolph Bruenn, 

res San Francisco 
Hogan Annie, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hogan Daniel, engineer C P R R, res San Francisco 
Hogan Edward, plumber (S F), res 210 Seventh 
HOGAN EDWARD W, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, res 211 Fourth 
Hogan James T, milk ranch, 28 Magnolia, res 210 Seventh 
Hogan Michael, gardener, res 821 East Fourteenth 
Hogan Michael, shoemaker with Levi Flint, res 2046 Union 
Hogan Thos G, rancher, res 1133 Filbert 

Hogarty James D, shoemaker, res SE cor Broadway and Third 
Hogarty Joseph B, veterinary surgeon, 1507 Broadway, res 821 

East Fourteenth 



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285 



Hogdon Mary Mrs, res 1107 Tenth ave 

Hogg James, salesman with Sperry & Co (S F), res 1325 Alice 
HOHFELD EDWARD PROF, teacher of piano, res 1320 Web- 
ster 
Hoiman Isaac, peddler, res 518 Fourth 
Holbrook A Rev, pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, res 1372 

Twelfth 
Holbrook C F Mrs, res 1212 Magnolia 
Holbrook Henry T, engineer, res 497 Twenty-fifth 
Holbrook John C, D D, res 624 Twelfth 
Holbrook Rebecca Miss, res 497 Twenty-fifth 
Holcomb Myron T Jr, bookkeeper with E A Heron, res 1416 

West 
Holcomb Myron T. res 767 Nineteenth 
Holcomb Wm A, produce (S F), res 522 Seventeenth 
Holden Edward, engineer (S F), res 1229 Linden 
Holden John, res Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph ave 
Holden L F, steam baths, res 854 Adeline 
Holdsworth Benj, carpenter C P R R Yards 
Holdsworth Bennett, carpenter C P R R Yards, res 609 Fourth 
Holiday John M, glove manufacturer, res 415 East Twelfth 
Hollabaugh Marion L, res 1018 Clay 
Holladay P R, captain steamer Alameda, res 522 Ninth 
Holland Abraham F, porter C P R R, res 830 Seventeenth 
Holland Arthur P, phonographer, res 1019 Brush 
Holland Dennis, detective, res. 403 Ninth 
Holland Dennis D, mining, res 954 Sixteenth 
Holland E*dward F, clerk with Jas Holland, res 801 Brush 
Holland Henry A, clerk with H M Collins, res 269 Sixth 
Holland James, grocer, NW cor Fifth and Brush, res same 
Holland James J, bookkeeper # with Jas Holland, res 801 Brush 
Holland Jas M, watchman, res 358' Seventh 
Holland John, laborer, res 420 Twentieth 
Holland John, laboi'er, res 764 Brush 
Holland John C, plasterer, res 267 Sixth 
Holland Michael, capitalist, res 403 Ninth 
Holland Richard, brakeman C P R R, res 807 Willow 
Holland Timothy, laborer, res San Pablo ave, North Temescal 
Hollaran Geo, shoemaker, res 816 East Twelfth 
Hollarnan Margaret, res 1537 Curtis 
Holleran Martin, laborer, res 1719 Atlantic 
Holliday Jas E, painter, res 764 Twenty-first 
Holliday Jas K, wood turner, res 764 Twenty-first 
Holliday Joseph, driver with E H Benjamin, res 764 Twenty- 
first 
Holligan Jas, horse director Oakland Trotting Park nr Emery 
Station, res same 



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286 



OAKLAND. 



Hollister Fay, painter with Geo W Jackson, res NW cor Park ave 

and Hubbard 
Hollmann Mary, res 807 Castro 

Holloran Richard, yardman CPRR, res 809 Willow 
Hollywood Andrew, Custom House officer (S F), res 1668 

Twelfth 
Hollywood Joseph, clerk Custom House (S F), res 1121 Chest- 
nut 
Holman Frederick, clerk, res e s Broadway bet First and the 

bay 
Holman Henry, res Blake House 

Holmes Alsop J, civil engineer, 318 Pine (S F), res 1413 Grove 
HOLMES CHAS A REV, pastor First Methodist Episcopal 

Church, res 1401 Castro 
Holmes Chas A Jr, bookkeeper Union Iron Works (S F), res 

1401 Castro 
Holmes Chas J, Palace Dye Works, 1152 Broadway, res San 

Francisco 
Holmes Frank, cook with Crebbin & Walker, res Mansion House 
Holmes Fred L, solicitor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 1419 

Twelfth ave 
Holmes Geo S Rev, pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Berkeley, 

res 1401 Castro 
Holmes J Mrs, res Bartlett House 
Holmes James, seaman, res 215 Ettie 
Holmes J E, meat market, 1118 Center, res 1413 Twelfth 
Holmes J E Mrs, bakery and variety store, 1911 San Pablo ave, 

res same 
Holmes John E Jr, butcher, res 1413 Twelfth 
Holmes L Miss, with J W Evans, res 1017 Willow 
Holmes M B Mrs, res 528 Jones 
Holmes Nancy Mrs, res 1015 Peralta 

Holmes Reginald D, nurseryman and florist, res San Francisco 
Holmes Robt, salesman, res cor Twentieth and Telegraph ave 
Holmes Samuel, engraver (S F), res 228 Louisa 
Holmes Silas M, res 1017 Willow 
Holmes Wm, machinist, res 1368 Twelfth 
Holmquist Nelson R, Central Carriage Manufactory, res 1465 

Curtis 
Holt Chas H, lumber, res 456 East Seventeenth 
Holt Lizzie L Mrs, domestic, 662 Twenty-fourth 
Holt Mary E Mrs, res 869 Washington 
Holt Newton A, engineer CPRR, res 703 Campbell 
Holton Greene, book agent, res e s Telegraph ave bet Birch and 

Vernon 
Holtz Gustav, laborer, res 125 Hannah 
Holtz Wm, carpenter, res 1720 Twelfth 



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Homan C, res 960 Grove 

Homan Chas H, painter with V P Mitchels, res NE cor Ei 

and Webster 
Homan Jennie Miss, with Kahn & Sons, res 960 Grove 
Homan M S, storekeeper CPR R 

HOME BENEFIT ASSOCIATION OF SAN FRANCISCO, Strong 

& Watson agents, 470 Ninth 
Home Insurance Company of New York, Harry L Roff agent, 

1004 Broadwav 
HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE CO, Alameda County Branch, 

922 and 924 Broadway 
HOME SCHOOL Misses L A and C H Field principals, res 1825 

Telegraph ave 
Homeopathic Dispensary, Mrs A T Leigh ton matron, 1057 

Alice 
Homeopathic Pharmacy, Wm Bruech propr, 956 Broadway 
HONER JOSEPH, manufacturer and dealer in boots and shoes, 

1508 Seventh, res 1009 Campbell 
Honeywood Mary, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Hood May Miss (McLaren & Hood), res 1760 San Pablo ave 
H00E H S, clerk (S F), res 709 Tenth 
Hoogs Wm W, clerk, res 69 Valley 
Hook & Ladder Truck No 1, Oakland Fire Department, 470 

Sixth 
Hook & Ladder Co No 2, Oakland Fire Department 
Hook Elijah, furniture and carpets, 1108 and 1110 Broadway, res 

961 Madison 
Hook Wm P, salesman with Elijah Hook, res 961 Madison 
Hooley Cornelius (Doody & Hooley), res 1156 Broadway 
Hooley John, carpenter, res 1156 Broadway 
Hooper James, blacksmith, res 864 Chester 
Hope Charles, gardener, 1009 Chester 
Hope Delia, res Central Block 
Hope John W, carpenter, res 1809 Grove 
HOPKEN ALBERT, groceries, wines and liquors, 1301 Center, 

res same 
HOPKINS' ACADEMY, Rev H C Jewett principal, s s Plymouth 

ave bei Telegraph ave and Broadway 
Hopkins Geo W, mining (S F), res 1211 Clay 
Hopkins Henry C, order clerk with Bowen & Co, res 364 Tenth 
Hopkins Marcene, carpenter, res 1054 Fourteenth 
Hopkins Margaret, groceries, res 729 Fifth 
Hopkins O K, capitalist, res 462 Ninth 
Hopkins Peter, laborer, res 951 Third 
Hopkins Thos, with Messrs Mitchell, Fisher & Ketscher 
Hoppe John C, produce merchants (S F), res 1424 Eighth 
Hopy Munroe, CPRR, res 809 Wood 




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288 



OAKLAND. 



Horan John C, wines and liquoi's, 604 Brush 
Horan Joseph G, assistant trainer with J W Donathan, res Oak- 
land race track nr Emery Station 
Horan Wm H, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Hord S A Mrs, res 1013 Sixth ave 
Horgan Patrick, miner, res New York Hotel 
HORN FREDERICK M groceries, fruits and produce, 1272 

Market, res 834 Sixteenth 
Horn T L, tobacconist (S F), res 130 Ninth 
Hornby Wm, carpenter, res 550 Thirty-fifth 

Hornish Geo B, laborer C P R R, res SW cor Fifth and Wash- 
ington 
Hornung Rudolph F, piano tuner with Adolph Bruenn, res 620 

Eighteenth 
Horr M E Mrs, dressmaker, res 1C02 Webster 
Horrell Chas E, employe C P R R, res 977 Willow 
Horrell Miss L A, clerk post-office (SF), res 977 Willow 
Horrell S N Mrs, res 977 Willow 
Horsford John B, fireman, res 420 Fifth 
Horst B Mrs, res 309 East Twelfth 

Horstmann Antone, cigarmaker with R Kuerzel, res 814 Clay 
Horswill David J, mining superintendent, res 756 Sixteenth 
Horswill Fred J, mining engineer, res 756 Sixteenth 
Horton Francis Rev, pastor Presbyterian Church, cor Fourteenth 

and Jefferson, res 578 Fifteenth 
Horton G W Mrs, res 1630 Eighth 
Horton Geo W, teacher, res 1630 Eighth 
Hose Co No 1, Oakland Fire Department, 470 Sixth 
Hose Co No 2, Oakland Fire Department, San Pablo ave opp 

Twenty-ninth 
Hosford Elihu, medicated vapor baths, 1055 Broadway, res 1205 

Franklin • ' 

Hosford Louise P Mrs, physician, res 1205 Franklin 
Hosmer Abel (F E Knowles & Co), res SW cor Seventh and 

Castro 
Hosmer Frank W, printer, res 860 Harrison 
Hosmer Geo W, clerk, res 860 Harrison 
Hosmer James P, employe C P R R, res 860 Harrison 
Hossalbaegr Chas, employe with E Gill, res Twentv-eighth opp 

Filbert 
Hostetter Frank (Hayes, Carrick & Co), res 1229 Thirteenth ave 
Hostrawser John F, carper, res 1662 Thirteenth ave 
Hotchkiss Wm, carpenter (S F), res 922 Kirkham 
Hotel de France, Mrs Mollie Mosher proprietress, First bet Broad- 
way and Franklin 
Houchin Walter C, gasfitter with Thos Day (S F), res 812 
Henry 



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OAKLAND. 



289 



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Houette Constant, res Forty-eighth bet Telegraph aveand Grove, 
Temescal 

Hough Clark A, carpenter, res 2227 Elm 

Hough E F, physician, res' 871 Chester 

Hough George H, res 2227 Elm 

Hough Win H, teacher, res Bay east of Broadway 

Hougham Hezekiah D, miner, res 379 Filth 

Houghton Annie, domestic, Avenue House 

Houghton George, clerk, res 833 Clav 

Houghton Geo L, expressman, res Thirty-ninth nr Grove 

HOUGHTON HARRY B, secretary Alameda Branch Home 
Mutual Insurance Co, res 1235 Broadway 

Houghton Miles K, shoe findings* and uppers, 871 Washington, 
res 833 Clay 

Hourns J W, grocery store, res Blake House 

Howard Asa, res 1109 Tenth ave 

Howard Cary, attorney-at-law, res 819 Fifteenth 

Howard Chas, painter, res 905 Willow 

Howard Edward A, student State University, res 819 Fifteenth 

Howard Florence Mrs, hair goods, res La Clede House, 1116 
Broadway 

Howard Geo W, blacksmith, 1908 San Pablo, res 821 Twenty- 
second 

Howard J L, employe GPRR, res 210 Battery (S F) 

Howard John L, manager Oregon Importation Co (S F), res 919 
Linden 

Howard John R, physician, res 819 Fifteenth 

Howard L M Mrs, res 658 Eighth 

Howard Mary, res 720 Seventeenth 

Howard Maud Miss, assistant Lafayette School, res 719 Ninth 

Howard Wm C, switchman C P R R, res 727 Chester 

Howe D G Mrs, res 1304 Franklin 

Howe Josie Miss, res cor Webster and Moss ave 

Howe Lizzie Miss, res cor Webster and Moss ave 

Howe Minnie Miss, res cor Webster and Moss ave 

Howe Montgomery, superintendent Broadway and Piedmont Car 
Co, res cor Webster and Moss ave 

Howe Samuel, res cor Webster and Moss ave 

Howe William E, salesman with Petar & Dresco, res 1016 Jeffer- 
son 

Howell Charles, yardman C P R R 

Howell Eugene W, assayer (Nevada), res 1317 Alice 

Howell Hattie Miss, res 1317 Alice 

Howell Henry B, bookkeeper (S F), res 270 Twenty-third 

Howell John G, clerk, res 669 Seventeenth 

Howell Joseph L, guard Golden Gate Park (S F), res 1525 
Thirteenth ave 



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OAKLAND. 



Howell Lizzie Miss, res 1317 Alice 

Howell Matthew, real estate agent, res 541 Twenty-second 
Howell Mathias D, merchandising and mining, res 1317 Alice 
Howell Wm J, butcher, res 866 East Fourteenth 
Howes Loeth B, gardener with C L Dingley, res 876 East Fif- 
teenth 
Howland Benjamin F, photographer (S F), res 1771 Goss 
Howland F B, railroad postal clerk, res 1384 Sixteenth 
Howlett Frederick W, clerk with L Schaffer, res 561 Sixth 
Howlett Frederick W, butcher, res 561 Sixth 
Howlett William, res 1936 Linden 
Hoyes Angeline, res 1300 Seventh 
Hoyt Ernest H, blacksmith with T D Weymouth, res 1326 

Fourth ave 
Hoyt Frederick T, insurance (S F), res 969 Jackson 
Hoyt Hazen, real estate, res 1326 Fourth ave 
Hoyt John G, custom house broker (S F), res 1005 Peralta 
Hoyt Maggie L Mrs, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 1259 

Webster 
Hoyt Maria Mrs, res 938 Thirty-fourth 
Hoyt Mary B Mrs, res 215 Eighth 
Hoyt May Miss, res 1005 Peralta 

Hoyt Nathan B, examiner of customs (S F), res 1005 Peralta 
Hoyt Stanley W, clerk, res 938 Thirty-fourth 
Hoyt Wm R, printer, res 1005 Peralta 
Hromada Adolph, candy manufacturer, res 1560 Eighth 
Hubback Edward T, manager Grace Co (S F), res 832 Thir- 
teenth 
Hubbard Henry C, conductor CPRR, res 1726 Eighth 
Hubbard Henry G, fireman CPRR, res 966 Center 
Hubbard Ludlow, student, res 966 Center 
Hubbard Samuel, director Pacific Bell Telephone Co (S F), res 

1986 Webster 
Hubbard Samuel Jr, res 1986 Webster 
Hubbard Thomas C, farmer, res 521 Twentieth 
Hubbard Warren, machinist CPRR, res 966 Center 
Hubbard William B, res 1986 Webster 
Hubbell D S, stone cutter, res 1112 Thirtv-fourth 
Huber Chas O, employe CPRR, res 1768 Eighth 
Huber W H, conductor S P R R Co, res Alameda 
Hubley George, bookkeeper (S F), res 1505 Brush 
Huckins J W, medical student (S F), res 32 Sixth Street 
Hudson Adam W, employe Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1864 

Short 
Hudson A M Mrs, res 1254 Franklin 
Hudson Matthew H, clerk with J Letter, res 510 Seventh 
Hudson Thomas, laborer, res 1765 Seventh 



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291 



Huff L B, farmer, res 474 East Fourteenth 

Hufschmidt Louis, plumber (S F), res 988 Wood 

Hucres David, wood and coal, res 1523 Fifth 

Hughan A Wallace, clerk with Fernando de Celis, res Sunny 

Side House 
Hughes Allen K, potter with Winsor & Miller, res 1328 Filbert 
Hughes Andrew S, carpenter, res 1068 Twenty-first 
Hughes Daniel P, teacher vocal music, Home School, res 577 

Eighth 
Hughes David, clerk CPRR, res East Twenty-fourth bet Third 

and Fourth ave 
Hughes David, wood and coal, 1694 Seventh, res 1523 Fifth 
Hughes Enoch, groceries, 220 B, res same 
Hughes Hugh (H Hughes & Co, S F), res 1305 Alice 
Hughes H M, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 911 Peralta 
Hughes Humphrey, engineer, res 1262 Tenth ave 
Hughes Ignatius, clerk with Win Kent, res NE cor Seventh and 

Washington 
Hughes Isabella, res 1515 Brush 
Hughes Jane Mrs, nurse, res 711 Sixth 
Hughes Jeremiah, engineer, res 961 Fifth 
Hughes J J, fireman CPRR, res 1668 Chase 
Hughes John, weaver, res 416 Seventh 
Hughes John T, carpenter, res 577 Eighth 
Hughes John W, employe CPRR, res 567 Eighth 
Hughes Robert A, deputy city clerk and treasurer, City Hall, res 

1328 Filbert 
Hughes Sarah Mrs, res 515 East Eleventh 
Hughes Thomas A, jeweler with G W Ellis, res 819 Market 
Hughes William A, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 819 Market 
Hughes William E, carpenter, res 1517 Seventh 
Hugunin E Mrs, res 969 Jefferson 
Hulford Edward W, miner, res 1458 Eighth 
Hull Charles E, flagman CPRR 
Hull Charles E, painter, res 659 Twentieth 
Hull James J, painter, res 810 Tenth 
Hulley Martha Mrs, res Chester House 
Hulton Lem, laborer, res 463 B 

Humbert Elmira Mrs, dressmaker, res 862 Twenty-sixth 
Hume G W, salmon packer and commission (S F), res cor Web- 
ster and Piedmont Road 
Hume Robert, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Humiston Win, carpenter, res 472 East Eleventh 
Hummeltenberg William, groceries and liquors, 602 Franklin, 

res same 
Humphrey Geo, clerk with C R Lewis & Co, res 665 East Thirtv- 

third" 




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292 



OAKLAND. 



Humphrey J A Miss, select school, 1667 Broadway, res same 
Humphrey Lawrence, res 413 Twelfth 
Humphrey Morton, clerk CPRR, res 1266 Fifth ave 
Humphrey Sylvanus L, master mariner, res 476 East Eleventh 
Humphreys Samuel, clerk with H B McAvo} r & Co, res 95 5| 

Washington 
Hundley Eugene R, res 519 Twentieth 
Hundlev P O, res 519 Twentieth 
Hundley William P, res 519 Twentieth 
Hungerford Kirkie Miss bookkeeper with C R Lewis, res 1453 

Brush 
Hunkin Samuel, medical student, res 528 Knox Place 
Hunley Timothy, laborer, res 409 Seventh, Winthrop House 
Hunner George, laborer Oakland Brewery 
Hunt A B, attoi'ney-at-law (S F), res 469 East Eleventh 
Hunt Agnes Mrs, res 810 Tenth 
Hunt Austin R, hostler, res 660 East Eleventh 
Hunt Chas A, res Occidental House 
Hunt C M, watchman CPRR, res West Berkeley 
Hunt C O, commission merchant (S F), res Eureka Hotel, SW 

cor Seventh and Washington 
Hunt Edward, contractor and builder, res cor Fifth ave and East 

Twenty-ninth 
Hunt Edward Mrs, teacher, res Webster nr Howard, Glen Echo 
Hunt Edwin G, clerk, res 810 Tenth 

Hunt E E, solicitor, res cor Fifth ave and East Twenty-seventh 
Hunt E S, clerk with F Toplitz & Co (S F), res 1014 Chester 
Hunt George C, livery stable, 514 Fourteenth, res 573 Sixteenth 
Hunt George H, wood and coal, res 1021 Kirkham 
Hunt Henry O, organist, res Webster nr Howard, Glen Echo 
Hunt John, compositor Tribune Publishing Co 
Hunt John T, clerk Fireman's Fund Insurance Co (S F), res 523 

Twenty-First 
Hunt Jonathan, insurance (S F), res Webster nr Howard, Glen 

Echo 
Hunt J W L, guard Star Prison, res 523 Twenty-first 
Hunt May Miss, res 514 East Twelfth 
Hunt Samuel O, insurance (S F), res Webster nr Howard, Glen 

Echo 
Hunt Sarah J Mrs, dressmaker, res 858 Castro 
Hunt Thomas E, agent CPRR, Sixteenth Street Station, res 

same 
Hunt Walter W, bookkeeper Oregon Improvement Co, res 810 

Tenth 
Hunt William, farmer, res Webster nr Howard, Glen Echo 
Hunt Wm, res 1721 Seventh 
Hunter Hugh, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 1758 Seventh 



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OAKLAND. 



293 



Hunter John, carpenter, res 1756 Seventh 

Hunter Joseph R, canvasser, res 815 Webster 

Hunter Richard R, car repairer C P R R Yards 

Hunter Robert R, employe C P R R, res 856 Market 

Hunter Samuel P, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street 
House 

Huntington Frank, inventor (S F), res 1003 Clay 

Huntington Uriel, capitalist, res 1730 Eighth 

Huntley John M, engineer, res 805 Isabella 

Huntley P C, dairyman, res Dover nr Benton, Temescal 

Huntley S M, rancher, res 1259 Webster, Temescal 

Hunton Annie, domestic, Bay Place, Vernon Heights 

Hurd Frank M, clerk C P R R (S F), res 1212 Eighth 

Hurd Morgan S, adjuster of claims C P R R, res 534 Syca- 
more 

Hurd William H, res 1015 Eighth 

Hurgan Patrick, laborer, res New York House 

Hurley Charles, porter Hathaway 's Warehouse (S F), res 824 
Union 

Hurley Daniel, horseshoer, 414 Eleventh, res NE cor Tenth and 
Franklin 

Hurley James, lather, res 359 Third 

Hurley John, boilermaker, res Seventh bet Broadway and 
Franklin 

Hurley Jonathan, cook with R A Redman, res 970 Market 

Hurley Thomas, laborer, 2238 San Pablo ave 

Hurll William T, clerk, res 1720 Lincoln 

Huscroft J J, collector the Truth (S F), res 1156 Broadway 

Husing Annie Miss, res 966 Peralta 

H USING D> importer and dealer in wines and liquors, 379 
Twelfth, res same 

Husing H, car cleaner C P R R Yards 

Hussev WHH, agent Excelsior Powder Co (S F), res 667 Thir- 
ty-fifth 

Hussong Albert F, waiter Central Hotel, res same 

Hutchins E Miss, res Clarendon House 

Hutchins Emma, res 808 Third 

Hutchins S Mrs, res 756 Seventh 

Hutchings Win H Prof, agent with Kohler & Chase, res 376 
East Fifteenth 

Hutchinson Alvinza A, miller with Hickok, Schroeder & Co, res 
1168 Jackson 

Hutchinson Henry, lithographing, res 1110 Third 

Hutchinson Henry L (Fairbanks & Hutchinson, S F), res 1166 
Tenth 

Hutchinson M, salesman, res 1370 Brush 

Hutchinson T R, clothing, res NE cor Eighth and Brush 



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HUTCHISON JAMES, seedsman and florist, SE cor Fourteenth 

and Washington, and proprietor Hutchison's Nursery, NE 
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CORNER FOURTEENTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS. 

The Most Complete Nursery Depot on the Coast, combining all departments in 
one. I offer an immense stock of plants suitable for the Conservatory, Parlor 
Windows, Flower Gardens, Lawns, Vases, Rockeries, Hanging Baskets, Ribbon- 
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Garden Hardware, Syringes, Pruning Shears, Budding Knives, Lawn Rakes, 
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Designs in endless variety. Church and Parlor Decorations for Weddings and 
Parties specially attended to. The Choicest Varieties of Cut Flowers always on 
hand. Call and examine my stock. 

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HUTCHISON S NURSERY, James Hutchison proprietor, NE 
cor Twenty-sixth and Telegraph ave 

Huttleston Fred, coffee miller (S F), res 1672 Lincoln 

Hutton James H, special policeman, res 1376 Webster 

Hyde Isaac, executor estate R B Woodward, and capitalist, res 
604 Eighth 

Hyde Joseph H, engineer, res 716 Castro 

Hyde Kate, janitress Plymouth Avenue School 

Hyde Marcus D, attorney-at-law (S F), res 162 Third 

Hyde M J, engineer CPRR, res 1765 Atlantic 

Hyde William T, chemist with Kelsey & Flint, res Blake House 

Hydeliff Sophie S Miss, res 2226 San Pablo ave 

Hyland John, expressman, res 870 Twenty-first 

Hyland John T, laborer, res 1746 Filbert 

Hyland Michael, teamster Samm's Flouring Mills, res 207 Third 

Hylton Alva A, with Baker & Hamilton (S F), res 560 East Six- 
teenth 

Hyman Joseph, watchmaker and jeweler, 819 Broadway, res 
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Hynes John H, employe N P C R R, res 713 Linden 
Hynes Manuel, brakeman S P C R R, res 852J Webster 
Hynes Martin, laborer, res 2045 Magnolia 
Hynes Patrick, carpenter, res 1432 Linden 



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Icke Kate Miss, dressmaker, res 763 East Twelfth 

Idens Joseph, car cleaner C P R R, East Berkeley, res same 

Ihle Fritz, gardener, res cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph ave 

Use Wm A, assay er (S F), res 677 Sixth 

Imhoff Samuel G, tinsmith, res 1016 East Sixteenth 

Imperial London Northern and Queen of England Insurance Co, 

Harry L Roff agent, 1004 Broadway 
Independent Planing Mill, Johnson & Lindeman proprs, cor Sec 

ond and Bush 
Ingalls Matilda Mrs, res 1213 Seventh 
Ingersoll Gavlord, clerk Anglo-Californian Bank, res 953 Thirty 

fifth 
Ingersoll Rena Miss, saleslady Cape Ann Bakery, res 580 Jones 
INGERSOLL WILLIAM B, photographer, 1069 Broadway, res 

808 Sixteenth 
Ingham Alberic O, printer Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 627 

Seventh 
Ingham O S, president County Board of Education, office Court 

House, res Alameda 
Ingler Charles L (Hierley & Ingler), res 205 Third 
Ingler Edward, employe O ikland Planing Mill, res 854 Harrison 
Ingles Edwin F, engineer C P R R, res 862 Chester 
Ingols George A, fireman C P R R, res 565 Thirty-fifth 
Ingols James E Mrs, res 565 Thirty-fifth 

Ingraham John S, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res Oak- 
land Trotting Park nr Emery Station 
Ingraham W, laborer C P R R 
Ingram A J, millman, res San Pablo ave, Temescal 
Ingram Benjamin, engineer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Ingram R H, bill clerk C P R R 
Ingram Wm A, res Central Hotel 
Inwall Benj J, bartender with E F Thayer, res 820 Harrison 



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Inwall John Henry, saloon, 461 Seventh, res 309 Eighth 
Inwall John J, bartender with John Henry Inwall, res 518 

Fifteenth 
I O O F Building, NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 
I O O F Hall, 555 East Twelfth 
I O O F Library, Peter J Ipsen librarian, NW cor Eleventh and 

Franklin 
Ipsen Peter J, librarian Odd Fellows' Library, res 1161 Peralta 
Ipson Petra, domestic, 1311 Clay 

Ireland George, milkman, res nr Fortieth and San Pablo 
Ireland John J, mailing clerk Pacific Press, res 1067 Castro 
Irish Charles M, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 1773 

Eighth 
Irish H E Miss, accountant Oakland Times Publishing Co, res 

1438 Adeline 
Irish J P, editor Oakland daily Times, res 1438 Adeline 
Irish Lucius S, fireman CPRR, res 1773 Eighth 
Irish Spencer K, clerk with E A Brown, r,es 408 Durant 
Irish Stephen L, carpenter CPRR, res 1773 Eighth 
Ironmonger C J, laborer, res 364 First 
Ironmonger Con J, cook Overland House, res 364 First 
Ironmonger Wm C, Empire Saloon, SW cor Broadway, res 811 

Washington 
Irons Margaret Mrs, res 546 Twenty-second 
Irvine Joseph, moulder, res 611 Fourth 
Irvine Maggie, domestic, Elm wood, North Temescal 
Irvine Robert, janitor Lincoln School 
Irving A, bricklayer, res 1214 Sixteenth ave 
IRVING GRAMMAR SCHOOL, J B McChesney principal, NW 

cor Market and Central ave 
Irving S, bricklayer, res 1214 Sixteenth ave 
Irving William K, porter, res 711 Fifth 
Irwin Charles, teamster, res 837 Thirty-third 
Irwin James R, sewing-machine agent (S F), res 1571 Filbert 
Irwin John, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 
Irwin Mary, res 767 Twenty-second 
Irwin Michael, hostler, res n s Forty-sixth nr Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Irwin Stewart, gardener Mountain View Cemetery, res 820 

Twenty-second 
Irwin William, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 
Isaacs Caesar, salesman with A J Wiener, res Ross House 
Isaacs Frank B, draughtsman CPRR, res 318 Fourteenth 
Isaacs Jacob, glazier, res 655 Madison 
Isaacs Jacob, peddler, res 753 Webster 

Isaacs John D, draughtsman CPRR, res 1235 Telegraph ave 
Isaacson Christian, carpet layer, res 1205 Franklin 



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Isherwood Joseph, paper carrier, res First ave bet Telegraph 
and Second aves 

Isidore Isaac, tinsmith and furniture, San Leandro, res 1159 Sev- 
enth 

Isle W A, assayer Selby Smelting and Lead Co (S F), res 677 
Sixth 

Israel M C, minister Seventh-day Adventist Church (S F), res 
779 Twelfth 

Israel M C, clerk (S F), res 1218 Tenth ave 

Iussau James H, clerk post-office, res 562 Twenty-second 

Iussau John J, foreman C P R R, res 562 Twenty-second 

Iussau John M, res 562 Twenty-second 

Iverson Christian, master mariner, res 1209 Fifteenth ave 

Ivey James M, carpenter, res 672 Sycamore „. 

Ivey James M, butcher, 973 Third 



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Jaccard Leo, watchmaker (S F), res 251 Louisa 

Jacinto Joseph, laborer C P R R, res 216 Haven 

Jack John, moulder, res 721 Myrtle 

Jackins D W, engineer C P R R, res San Jose 

Jackson A, paper hanger, res San Pablo ave Station, Temescal 

Jackson A T, horseshoer, res cor Forty-third and San Pablo ave, 

Temescal 
Jackson Alex, on steamer Piedmont, res 705 Brush 
Jackson Alvin, moulder with Scoville & Co, res 223 Hollis 
Jackson Arthur M, salesman with C & A Nordhausen, res 824 

Sixteenth ^ 

Jackson Andrew R, employe C P R R, res 911 Cedar 
Jackson Florence, domestic, 662 Sycamore 
Jackson Francis, civil engineer, res 1827 Short 
Jackson Frances Mrs, midwife, res 223 Hollis 
Jackson George W, contractor and builder, NW cor Park ave 

and Hubbard, res same 
Jackson Giles A, carpenter, res 824 Sixteenth 
Jackson Barry, brakernan, res 1787 Seventh 
Jackson Henry, machine hand, res 956 Castro 
Jackson James, photographer (S F), res 223 Hollis 
Jackson Martin, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 1407 Eleventh 



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Jackson P H, res 1379 Eighth ave 

Jackson Robert, carpenter and builder, res 223 Hollis 

Jackson Robert, carpenter, res 1173 Thirty-sixth 

Jackson Robert, machinist, res 1827 Short 

Jackson Robert A, clerk with Will H Burrall, res 1379 Eighth 
ave 

Jackson Robert D, raining, res 978 East Fourteenth 

Jackson Rose, res 511 Sixth 

Jackson Sarah Miss, teacher, res 978 East Fourteenth 

Jackson Tatlow, grain, feed, etc, 1070 Commerce, res same 

Jackson Wm, car repairer P R R, res Central Hotel 

Jackson Wm, laborer, res 705 Brush 

Jacob Abraham J, boots and shoes, 1101 Broadway, res 531 Ninth 

J%cob Meyer, clerk with M Jacob, res 531 Ninth 

Jacob Michael, boots and shoes, 845 Broadway, res 531 Ninth 

Jacobes Paraseo, miller Samra's Flouring Mill, res 653 Myrtle 

Jacobs A, 701 Washington 

JACOBS AARON, merchant tailor, 1062 Broadway, res 405 Ninth 

Jacobs Adolph, barber, res 571 Twenty-second 

Jacobs Albert W, bookkeeper, res 1813 Seward 

Jacobs Alpheus O, clerk, res 814 Pine 

Jacobs Bernard, produce, res 841 Webster 

Jacobs Daniel D, barber with J W Smith, res 571 Twenty-second 

Jacobs David T, carpenter, res 1620 Myrtle 

Jacobs Edward, clerk with J J Hanifin, res NW cor Seventh and 
Broadway 

Jacobs Henry G, barber, San Pablo ave bet Sixteenth and Sev- 
enteenth, res 714 Twenty-rifth 

Jacobs John A, brakeman C P R R, res 1861 William 

Jacobs Julius, butcher with L Schaffer, res 828 Broadway 

Jacobs Mrs Laura, res 1620 San Pablo 

Jacobs Lee, commercial agent, res 1168 Tenth 

Jacobs Marcus, plumber, 838 Broadway, res 810 Jefferson 

Jacobs Rose, dry goods, 272 B, res same 

Jacobs Sylvester, barber with Stewart & Son, res cor Twenty- 
fifth and San Pablo ave 

Jacobs Tobias A, carpenter, res 814 Pine 

Jacobs W W, clerk with Harman Furst, res 962 Grove 

Jacobsen Dedrek, laborer, res 463 B 

Jacobson Henry, clerk with P J Kellers, res 509 Seventh 

Jacobson John, clerk with P J Kellers, res 509 Seventh 

Jacobson John H, master mariner, res 863 Twenty-first 

Jacobus Cornelius T, carpenter, res 1167 Eighth 

Jacobus John T, wagonmaker with H F Hampel, res 960 Center 

Jacobus Julien E, clerk Best & Belcher Mining Co, res 1316 
Grove 

Jacoby Augustus, res 1161 Market 



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Jacoby Charles A, clerk with Joseph Jacoby, res 1177 Market 

Jacoby J, laborer with Samrn & Co, res 653 Myrtle 

Jacoby Joseph, groceries and liquors, SW cor Market and Four- 
teenth, res same 

Jacqueman Elizabeth Mrs, res 812 Pine 

Jacqueman Lizzie, glovemaker, res 812 Pine 

Jacqueman Teresa, telegraph operator, res 812 Pine 

Jacquenot Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 909 East Fourteenth 

Jacquenot George, clerk Oakland Times office, res 909 East Four- 
teenth 

Jacquenot Xavier, fruit and vegetables, res 909 East Fourteenth 

Jacquith Siler, carpenter, res 1437 San Pablo 

Jaenicke Christopher, American Bakery, 815 Broadway, res 834 
Broadway 

Jaffe Anna Miss, teacher Franklin School, res 527 Twenty-second 

Jaffe Augusta Miss, teacher Franklin School, res 527 Twenty 
second 

Jafie L & Co (Louis Jaffe and J Steen), coal and wood, SE cor 
Sixth and Franklin, branch office 855 Broadway 

Jaffe Louis (L Jaffe & Co), res 527 Twenty-second 

Jagels Diedrich (D Jagels & Co), res SW cor Fifth and Lewis 

Jagels D & Co (Chas Kreutzfeldt and D Jagels), groceries and 
liquors, SW cor Fifth and Lewis 

Jahn Edward, cook, res 857 Washington 

Jahn Henry, locksmith, 412 Tenth, res same 

James Edwin A, pianos and organs, 1215 Broadway, res same 

James Fannie Miss, res 1557 Fifth 

James F L, clerk, res 1117 Eighth ave 

James Frank, hostler Dexter Stables, res NE cor Webster and 
Twelfth 

James Griffith, carpenter with W G Reese, res 924 Pine 

James Griffith, carpenter CPRR, res 920 Pine 

James Jane L Mrs, res 721 Eleventh 

James Joseph, engineer CPRR, res S F 

James Mary Mrs, res 1557 Fifth 

James Robert T W, messenger U S Sub-treasury (S F), res 362 
Third 

James S Capt, capitalist, res 1756 Seventh 

James William, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Jamieson Archie B, compositor, job printer, pressman, make-up, 
and newspaper printer Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 624 
East Twenty-second 

Jamieson Jas F, driver Philadelphia Dye Works, res Chester House 

Jamison Elizabeth Mrs, res 870 Peralta 

Jammerthal George, laborer Oakland Brewery 

Jane Elizabeth Mrs, res 617 Thirteenth 

Janes Elijah Rev ("Congregational), res 470 Edwards 




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Janin Louis, mining engineer (S F), res 1355 Webster 

Janin Louis M, student, res 1355 Webster 

Janis Francis Sr, nurseryman, res 1117 Eighth ave 

Janis Frank L, salesman with Elijah Hook, res 1117 Eighth ave 

Janis Justin E, res 117 Eighth ave 

Jansen Antone, seaman, res 120 Ettie 

Jansen Charles, helper CPRR Shops 

Jansen Peter, coachman, 1557 Webster 

Jansen Soren, cabinetmaker, res 1719 Taylor 

Janssen Carl Anton, machinist, res 515 Eighth 

Janssen Ernst, salesman with Kruse & Euler (S F), res 515 

Eighth 
Janssen Miss Lillie, artist, res 515 Eighth 
JANVIER ALLEN E (Wright & Janvier), res 1370 Franklin 
Janvrin George M, policeman, res 697 Twenty-sixth 
Japanese Bazaar, Chew, Bong & Co proprs, 1166 Broadway 
Jareet M Mrs, res 515 Tenth 

Jaresh Charles, boot and shoemaker, 403 B, res same 
Jarred Mary, domestic, 490 Orchard 
Jarrel W A Rev, res 259 Second 

JARRET JACQUES- French Laundry, 939 Thirty-fifth, res same 
Jarvis Thomas, carpenter, res 1523 Fifth 
Jauvin J G, policeman CPRR, res 697 Twenty-sixth 
Jawarth George, cook with John L Frese, res 1880 Seventh 
Jedson J I, contractor and builder, res 1120 Washington 
Jee Arthur W, secretary Union Pacific Salt Works (S F), res 

534 Knox Place 
Jefferis George B, engineer CPRR, res 1769 Atlantic 
Jefferson Street Station Oakland Gas Light Co, bet First and 

Second from Jefferson to Grove 
Jeffery John, cabinetmaker, res NW cor Forty-fourth and Tele- 
graph ave, Temescal 
Jeffery MAC Miss, res 963 Seventh 

Jeffress George H, salesman with Dalziel & Moller, res 953 Wood 
Jeffress James V, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 

561 Sixteenth 
Jeffress John K, receiving clerk with W W Montague & Co, res 

561 Sixteenth 
Jeffress John T, sulphur, res 953 Wood 
Jeffress Robert, tradesman, res 910 Pine 

Jeffress Thomas W, salesman S F Brass Works, res 665 Eleventh 
Jeffress Walter F, shipping clerk with E Bernheim & Co, res 953 

Wood 
Jelett Miss, res 1156 Broadway 
Jellett James M, salesman with A N Wachs, res 1355 Telegraph 

ave 
Jemery Joseph, barber, res 1774 Seventh 



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Jenkins Charles, res 1362 Eighth 

Jenkins Francis J, res 2142 Peralta 

Jenkins James, groceries, SW cor Jefferson and Third, res 601 
Third 

Jenkins M J Mrs, res 856 Market 

Jenkins T F, mining, res 1362 Eighth 

Jenkins W J, carpenter, res 559 East Sixteenth 

Jenks Charles C, justice of the peace, 453 Eighth, res 1003i 
Broadway 

Jenks Jennie, res Park ave below San Pablo ave 

Jennings G Frank, capitalist, res 217 Tenth 

Jennings Sarah Mrs, res 930 Peralta 

Jennings Thomas, carpenter, res 1420 Tenth 

Jensen Chas, cook, res 1661 Thirteenth 

Jensen E R, supervisor, res Haywards 

Jensen Hans, attendant Napa Insane Asylum, res 557 Thirty- 
sixth 

Jensen Henry, ship carpenter 

Jensen Jacob, tailor, res 946 Pine 

Jensen S, cabinetmaker, res 1719 Taylor 

Jenson Kate Mrs, dressmaker, res 1464 Seventh 

Jenson William, res 1464 Seventh 

Jerome Antone, fireman CPRR, res rear 910 East Fourteenth 

Jerome Antone, wiper CPRR Shops, res Alameda 

Jerome Ed B, custom house (S F), res 1331 Chestnut 

Jess Wm, carpenter, res 512 East Twenty-third 

Jessen Christiana, domestic, 1029 Sixth ave 

Jewell Henry, engineer, res 716 Market 

JEWETT H E REV. principal Hopkins' Academy, res s s Plymouth 
ave bet Telegraph ave and Broadway 

Jewish Synagogue, Rev M S Levy rabbi, Fourteenth bet Frank- 
lin and Webster 

Johannsen Alice Miss, res 939 Thirty-fifth 

Johansen Nes, laborer, res 622 Magnolia 

Johns A L Mrs, res 560 East Twenty-second 

Johns C T, city attorney, office City Hall, res Johnson House, 
cor Eighteenth and San Pablo ave 

Johns Edward, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 863 Campbell 

Johns Edward, res 1472 Fifth 

Johns J R, miner, res 560 East Twenty-second 

Johnson Amos, laborer with Purington & Reed, res 1316 Twelfth 
ave 

Johnson A B Mrs, dressmaker, res 1230 Eighth ave 

Johnson Andrew, lather, res 1261 Kirkham 

Johnson Annie M Miss, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 
767 Alice 

Johnson Anna Miss, res 522 Seventeenth 



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Johnson August A, coachman, Bay Place, Vernon Heights 

Johnson Carrie L Mrs, res 1113 Broadway 

Johnson Catherine, res 418 First 

Johnson Charles, expressman, res 700 Twenty-sixth 

Johnson Charles, laborer, res 709 Jackson 

Johnson Charles, laborer, res Prospect ave east of Broadway 

Johnson Chas A. Capt, res 1065 Willow 

Johnson Charles J, laborer, res 709 Jackson 

Johnson Christian, sea captain, res 115 Ettie 

Johnson Clay, clerk S PCRR 

Johnson Cornelius, porter, res 802 Brush 

Johnson Edward, fireman CPRR, res 1756 Seventh 

Johnson Ed C, hostler Whitney & Co's Express, res 609 Broadway 

Johnson Edward E, bartender Time Card Saloon, res Telegraph 

ave nr Durant 
Johnson E E, barkeeper, res Minnie east of Telegraph ave, Tem- 

escal 
Johnson Eliza J, res 1213 Seventh 
Johnson Ellis C, bookkeeper with Torrey, Whitman & Gardiner, 

res Centennial House 
JOHNSON E W MRS. dressmaker, cutting and fitting, 365 

Twelfth, res 363i Twelfth 
Johnson F J Mrs, res 1368 Twelfth 
Johnson Frank C (Johnson & Lindeman), res Thirty-ninth bet 

Telegraph ave and Grove 
Johnson Frank S, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 741 Campbell 
Johnson G, laborer CPRR 

Johnson George S, carpenter and rigger, res 2029 East Fourteenth 
Johnson George W, hostler Belmont Stable, res 808 Broadway 
Johnson H, laborer CPRR 
Johnson Hanson, porter CPRR, res 763 Fourth 
Johnson Henry, captain U S Army, res 970 Jefferson 
Johnson Herman, buggy washer with James A Brown & Co, 510 

Thirteenth 
Johnson Hettie, res 553 Sixth 
Johnson Hiram A, carpenter, res 273 Ninth 
Johnson House, Mrs William R Bourne propr, cor Eighteenth 

and San Pablo ave 
Johnson Howard L, clerk with W T Batchelder, res 263 Ninth 
Johnson Jacob, laborer, res 361 First 
Johnson Jacob, saloon, s s foot of Webster 
Johnson J A, attorney-at-law and deputy district attorney, 921 

Broadway, rooms 15 and 16, res 562 Eighth 
Johnson James C, carpenter, res 1454 Sixteenth 
Johnson Jas H, horse trainer with J J Fairbanks, res 716 Filbert 
Johnson J E, carpenter, res 609 Harrison 
Johnson Joseph (Gilmore & Johnson), res 857 Harrison 



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Johnson J K, foreman carpenter, res O'Neal House, Emery Sta- 
tion 

Johnson John, capitalist, res 767 Alice 

Johnson J P, carpenter Pioneer Door Co, res 609 Harrison 

Johnson J S, bookkeeper (S F), res 1307 Thirteenth ave 

Johnson Katie, domestic, 1313 Eighth ave 

Johnson Lawrence, cook Seventh Street Chop House, res 405 
Seventh 

Johnson Marcuse M, commission merchant (S F), res 122 East 
Twelfth 

Johnson Margaret A, res 760 Sixth 

Johnson Nelson E, tailor with A McDonough, res 1457 Filbert 

Johnson N P, tailor, res 1319 Twelfth 

Johnson O R Mrs, propr The Centennial 

Johnson Perry, wharfinger C P R R, res 805 Webster 

Johnson Robert, boxmaker, res 521 Fourth 

Johnson Robert, carpenter, res 1112 Wood 

Johnson S G Mrs, res 1050 Third 

Johnson Sophia, domestic, 1363 Sixth ave 

Johnson Susan W, res 1050 Third 

Johnson Thomas, agent Eagle Coffee and Spice Mill (S F), res 821 
Twenty-eighth 

Johnson Thomas, salesman (S F), res 1918 Linden 

Johnson Vina, domestic, 936 Filbert 

Johnson William, boots and shoes, 1379 Telegraph ave 

Johnson William, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Halleck 
nr Emery Station 

Johnson William, porter California Bank (S F), res 723 Lewis 

JOHNSON & LINDEMAN (Frank Johnson and H Lindeman), In- 
dependent Planing Mill, cor Second and Brush 

Johnston Alexander F, gardener, res 736 Union 

Johnston B A Miss, compositor Oakland Times Publishing Co, 
res Eighth bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 

JOHNSTON & GILM0RE (Joseph E Johnston and Robert Gil- 
more), proprietors Central Carriage Co, 266 Twelfth 

Johnston J A, clerk (S F), res 869 Filbert 

Johnston Jeremiah, groceries, 994 Pine, res 992 Pine 

Johnston John C, ship joiner, res 1009 Wood 

Johnston Joseph E (Johnston & Gil more), res 857 Harrison 

Johnston N R Rev, res 1136 Myrtle 

Johnston Robert, ship carpenter 

Johnston Rosa E Miss, teacher Snell's Seminary, res 1136 Myrtle 

Johnston R R Mrs, first assistant Tompkins' School, res 1136 
Myrtle 

Johnston W J, clerk with Wells, Fargo & Co, res 370 East 
Sixteenth 

Joice Charles, painter C P R R Ship Yard, res 1756 Seventh 



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Joinaud P (Bedache & Joinaud), res 912 Franklin 

Joint Nellie Miss, res 718 Twelfth 

Jonas A & Bro (Abraham and Marcus Jonas), clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 843 Broadway 

Jonas Abraham (A Jonas & Bro), res 373 Fifth 

Jonas Marcus (A Jonas & Bro), res 373 Fifth 

Jones Brigita Mrs, res Second ave bet Birch and Vernon, North 
Temescal 

JONES CHAS H» vice-president and manager Pacific Press Pub- 
lishing Co, res 718 Twelfth 

Jones Chas H, heater Judson Manufacturing Co, res Watts nr 
Park ave 

Jones C W, blacksmith with Jones & Cough, res Capitol Hotel 

Jones Dollie Miss, res 658 Fourteenth 

Jones Edward, collector with Smith & Butler 

Jones Edward P, draughtsman Reliance Iron Works (S F), res 
559 Seventeenth 

Jones E G, bootmaker, 410 Ninth, res 1001 Webster 

Jones E G, clerk, res 1001 Webster 

Jones E G, janitor Odd Fellows' Building, res 1001 Webster 

Jones E S (Jones & Clough), res 373 Eleventh 

Jones F D, cook with Alex Campbell 

Jones Frederick, carpenter with G A Kirk, res SW cor Eighth 
and Washington 

Jones Geo W, bridge builder, res 1005 Pine 

Jones Henry, gardener, res Second ave bet Birch and Vernon, 
North Temescal 

JONES HENRY S. proprietor Oakland and San Francisco Ex- 
press, SW cor Sixth and Broadway, res 490 Twenty-fifth 

Jones James, blacksmith CPRR, res 1508 Third 

Jones James, carpenter, res 1605 Myrtle 

Jones J G, agent, res Thirty-ninth nr Grove 

Jones John, baggage master CPRR, res 943 Willow 

Jones John P, engineer, res 981 Willow 

Jones Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1355 Thir- 
teenth 

Jones Levi J, farmer, res 1270 Eighth 

Jones Mabra, conductor Oakland Railroad Co, res e s lelegraph 
ave bet Temescal and Birch 

Jones Martha, domestic, 1212 West 

Jones M I, fancy goods, 1313 San Pablo, res same 

Jones M L, farmer, res Lusk bet Fortieth and Forty-first, Temes- 

Jones Morgan L, pharmacist with Melviu & Co, res 358 East 

Fourteenth 
Jones Nathaniel A, machinist C P RR Shops, res 1662 Eighth 
Jones Nernon Mrs, res Orchard bet Telegraph and Summit 



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Jones Richard, fancy goods, 955 Broadway, res 868 Twenty-sixth 

Jones Samuel, porter Pullman Palace Cars, res 714 Third 

Jones Sarah R, res 830 Jefferson 

Jones S M Mrs, lodgings, res 586 Tenth 

Jones Smith, blacksmith, res 373 Eleventh 

Jones T, caulker C P R R Ship Yard 

Jones T B, salesman with R Jones, 955 Broadway, res 1559 

Eighth 
Jones Thomas, heater Judson Manufacturing Co, res Watts nr 

Park ave 
Jones Thomas A, house painter, res 715 Nineteenth 
Jones Thos T ; carpet beater, NE cor Fifth and Washington, res 

572 Sixth 
Jones W Hank, clerk with Mount & Buteau, res Eleventh 
Jones Wm, brakeman C P R R, res 1015 Willow 
Jones William, car driver, res e s Telegraph ave bet Temescal 

and Birch 
Jones Wm, iron worker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 217 

Haven 
Jones Wm H, fireman steamer Oakland, res 1578 Seveuth 
Jones Wm J D, nailer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Lusk bet 

Fortieth and Forty-first, Temescal 
JONES WM P, president Oakland Home Insurance Co, res NW 

cor Pacific ave and Chapin, Alameda 
Jones Wm R, porter C P R R, res 1050 Third 
Jones & Clough (E S Jones and Myron E Clough), manufactur- 
ers wagons, carriages and carts, 1058 Franklin 

JONES' OAKLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO EXPRESS, 825 

Broadway 
Jonsen Hans, driver Piedmont Railroad Co, res John nr Howe 
Jordan Capt Eben, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Jordan E C, engineer C P R R, res 672 Seventeenth 
Jordan Elliott, carpenter with M S Jordan, res Blake House 
Jordan Frank C, law clerk with Henry Vrooman, res w s Union 

bet Santa Clara and Central aves, Alameda 
Jordan Fred, butcher, res cor Hollis and Peralta 
Jordan Henry S, harnessmaker, res 605 Tenth 
Jordan Isaiah, engineer C P R R, res 807 Peralta 
Jordan John, assistant foreman Brooklyn Engine Co, res 619 

East Fourteenth 
Jordan John T, salesman, 903 Broadway, res 818 Alice 
Jordan John T, stair builder with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 

856 East Twenty-first 
Jordan Joseph, carpenter, res 1713 Atlantic 
Jordan Michael, laborer, res 856 East Twenty-first 
JORDAN M S- carpenter and contractor, 360 Twelfth, res Blake 

House 



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Jordan Patrick F, stair builder, res 856 East Twenty -first 

Jordan Wm H, member Board of Education (Third Ward), and 
viticulturist, res 672 Seventeenth 

Jorgensen Carl, builder threshing machines, res 1362 Seventeenth 

Jorgensen Geo, laborer 

Jorgenson Martin, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1721 Goss 

Jorgsan M, laborer Oakland Planing Mill, res 1721 Goss 

Jorris Lucien, laundry man, res 1916 San Pablo 

Jory James, ship carpenter, res 759 Willow 

Joseph Antone, laborer, res 821 East Twelfth 

Joseph Antone, laborer, res 362 B 

Joseph Antone, laborer, res 360 Third 

Joseph D L, res Summer nr Adeline 

Joseph Frank, dairyman, res 11 Hannah 

Joseph Frank, laborer CPRR Yards, res cor Twelfth and 
Peralta 

Joseph Frank B, manager Oakland Social Telegraph Co, res 656 
Jackson 

Joseph Geo, laborer, res 1837 Grove 

Joseph G Stout, carpenter California Bridge Co, res rear 1009 
Seventh 

Joseph Lawrence, sailor, res 862 East Twenty-first 

Joseph Mary Miss, res 560 Fifteenth 

Joseph Victor, laborer CPRR 

Joseph W B, laborer CPRR Ship Yard, res 1605 East 

Joseph W P, bookkeeper, res Summer nr Adeline 

Journal Philip (Plante & Journal), res 362 Eighth 

Jovce James A, clerk with J P O'Toole, res 1534 West 

Joyce John, laborer CPRR Ship Yard 

Joyce Mary, domestic, 1363 Castro 

Joyce Thomas, laborer, res 1641 Filbert 

Jubb Thos C, painter, res 1633 Magnolia 

Judd H T, printer (S F), res 856 Adeline 

Judell Bonifaz, general merchandise, 833 Castro 

Judge Wm, laborer, res 510 Second 

Judson Henrv, tinner CPRR, res 1525^ Broadway 

JUDS0N MANUFACTURING CO factories Emery Station, Oak- 
land, office 329 Market, San Francisco 

Judy Abraham O, painter, res 717 Fifth 

Jule S B Mrs, assistant Prescott School, res 562 Eighth 

Julian Amy Mrs, actress, res SW cor Fifth and Washington 

Julian G B, res 2024 Broadway 

Julian Rose Miss, actress, res SW cor Fifth and Washington 

Jungua Urbain, gardener with A G Chauche', res 855 Alice 

JURGENS CHARLES, wine and billiard rooms, 409 Twelfth, and 
proprietor La Clede House, 116 Broadway 

Jurgervitz John, laborer, res 1056 East Fourteenth 



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Just Frank, butcher with Wm Long, res 1753 Seventh 

Justens Edward, waiter with B J Donahue, res 1810 William 

Justi Frank, laborer, res 419 Second 

Justices Court, A M Church justice, 864i Broadway 

Jute Mill, B F Rector supt, cor Second ave and East Tenth 



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Kaas Hans P, gilder with M A Berg, res 855 Harrison 

Kabiaus Ernest, coppersmith CPR R Shops, res 827 Magnolia 

Kabiaus William, assistant Pruning Bros Confectionery, res 827 
Magnolia 

Kadel Barbara, res 721 Sixteenth 

Kaese August, res 1422 San Pa.blo 

Kahn Frederick (Kahn & Sons), res 1291 Alice 

Kahn Henry (Kahn & Sons), res 1291 Alice 

Kahn I Mrs, res 1291 Alice 

Kahn John (Kahn & Sons), res 1291 Alice 

Kahn Regine, res Sunny Side House, room 16 

Kahn Solomon (Kahn & Sons), res 1291 Alice 

KAHN & SONS (Henry, Solomon, Frederick, and John Kahn), 
dry and fancy goods, millinery, cloaks, and suits, 1003 
Broadway 

Kain John T, blacksmith, res 464 Third 

Kain Mary A C, domestic with Mrs F Rabe, res 965 Jackson 

Kaiser Anton, < ar cleaner C P R R Yards, res 834 Cedar 

Kaiser Frank, candymaker, res 834 Ceilar 

Kaiser Henry, saloon, 459 Seventh, res 967 Franklin 

Kaiser Martin, upholsterer, NE cor Williams and San Pablo ave, 
res same 

Kaiser Peter, tanner, res 905 East Fourteenth 

Kallahar Patrick, horseshoer, 370 Twelfth, res 168 Seventh 

Kallenberuer E C, barb<r with B F Edwards, res 853 Broadway 

KALLIODONT MANUFACTURING CO. A F Merriman presi- 
dent, lOD'Sh Broadway 

Kanary John, laborer, res 319 Fifth 

Kane Agtde Miss, res 1068 Kirkam 

Kane Dennis, wood and coal, res 804 Jefferson 

Kane Frank, barkeeper with J J Hanifin, res cor Fifteenth and 
San Pablo ave 

Kane Frank, clerk, res 504 Fifteenth 





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OAKLAND. 



Kane George, laborer, res 2236 San Pablo 

Kane James, blacksmith Judson Manufacturing Co, res San 

Francisco 
Kane James, coachman, res cor New Broadway and Moss ave 
Kane J M J, collector Tribune Publishing Co, res 660 Twenty- 
fifth 
Kane John, dairyman, res cor New Broadway and Moss ave 
Kane John J, contractor and builder, res 660 Twenty-fifth 
Kane Julia, domestic, 672 Fourteenth 
Kane Kate, res 1412 Brush 

Kane Mary Miss, res cor New Broadway and Moss ave 
Kane Mary, domestic, res Prospect ave east of Broadway 
Kane Michael, hostler, res 1068 Kirkham 
Kane Patrick, milkman, res 70S Twenty-seventh 
Kane Peter, saloon, 663 Broadway, res same 
Kane William, foreman with A H Hecox, res Winter's Hotel 
Kanelli Jeremiah, tailor, res 1752 Telegraph ave 
Kanelli Michael, plumber, res 1752 Telegraph ave 
Kass Peter, guilder, res 855 Harrison 
Kasselli Kate Mrs, dressmaker, res 521 Sixth 
Kasserman John F, millwright, res 553 Seventh 
Katharina Nicholas, shoemaker, 2078 San Pablo ave, res same 
Kattusic Mitchell, waiter with Morten Poglianich, res 1790 

Seventh 
Katy Daniel, laborer CPRR 
Katzenbach Prof, professor of music with Miss S B Bisbee, res 

San Francisco 
Kaufman Fred C, machinist (S F), res 1308 Seventh 
Kaufman Tobias, peddler, res 809 Franklin 
Kavanaugh John, tailor, res 1358 Eighth 
Kay Drusilla Mrs, notions, fancy goods, etc, 1377 Fifteenth, res 

same 
Kays A F Mrs, res 832 Linden 
Kayser John, driver Brooklyn Brewery, res cor East Fourteenth 

and Eighteenth ave 
Kearney Delia, domestic, 814 Fourteenth 
Kearney Frank, machinist CPRR Shops, res 1687 Seventh 
Kearney Jerry, groceries and liquors, SE cor Willow and 

Atlantic, res same 
Kearney John A, salesman with Henry Schellhaas, res 958 Clay 
Kearney Thomas, shoemaker, Telegraph ave bet Forty-ninth and 

Fiftieth, Temescal 
Kearns George, brakeman CPRR, res 865 Campbell 
Keating A C, medical student, res 615 Fifteenth 
Keating Delia, domestic, 864 Nineteenth 
Keating Julia Mrs, groceries, 229 Fifth, res same 
Keating Patrick W, ship carpenter, res 1368 Sixteenth 



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Keating William, iron moulder, res 1308 Sixteenth 

Keating William J, deputy constable, 864i Broadway, res 1459 
Castro 

Keefe Arthur, teamster, res 1859 West 

Keefe Cornelius, iron works, Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1859 
West 

Keefe Daniel, stone cutter with James Sullivan, res 1859 West 

Keefe Daniel, watchman CPRR, res 1670 Atlantic 

Keefe John, cooper, res Overland House 

Keefe John, laborer, res 677 Twenty-sixth 

Keefe William, teamster, res 1859 West 

Keefer Jesse R, bookkeeper, res 830 Myrtle 

Keegan Simon, teamster, res 1717 Adeline 

Keegan Timothy, laborer, 1724 Adeline 

Keel Rebecca, res 1747i Filbert 

Keel William, carpenter, res 1747i Filbert 

Keely Mary, res 1929 Magnolia 

Keenan James, coachman, 1353 Grove 

Keene Charles W, real estate, 958 Broadway, - res Galindo Hotel 

Keene John M, clerk with Cowen Bros (S F), res 869 Washing- 
ton 

Keene Mary Miss, res Galindo Hotel 

Kegler Charles M, wines and liquors, 953 Seventh, res 661 Ninth 

Kegler E M Mrs, select school, 661 and 663 Ninth 

Kegler Lillie V Miss, teacher select school, 663 Ninth, res 661 
Ninth 

Keller Louis P, saloon, 958 Seventh, res 661 Ninth 

Kehoe , roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 

House, Emery Station 

Kehoe Lawrence, sewer contractor, res 859 Twentieth 

Kehoe Patrick, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 216 
Hoi lis 

K-irns Timothy, laliorer, res 959 Third 

Keith Lizzie, domestic, 1019 Filbert 

Keiting Sarah, with Jonas M Walker, s s Twelfth bet Jackson 
and Madison 

Kelleher Patrick, laborer C P R R, res 658 Alice 

Keller Alfred A, machinist, res 725 Alice 

Keller Eugene, machinist, res 717 Sixth 

Keller John F, night watchman CPRR, res 956 Willow 

KELLER M J, gents' furnishing goods and shirt manufactory, 
1007 Broadway, res 970 Madison 

Keller N, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 

Keller Patrick J (P J Keller & Co), res Webster nr Mountain 
View Cemetery 

KELLER P J & CO (Patrick J Keller), proprietors Keller's Nurs- 
ery, 509 and 511 Seventh 



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Keller Willis H, machinist, res 725 Alice 

KELLER'S NURSERY, PJ Keller & Co proprietors, 509 and 

511 Seventh 
Kellett Samuel (Kellett & McMurray), res San Francisco 
Kellett & McMurray (Samuel Kellett and J P McMurray), 

plaster decorations, 470 Twelfth 
Kelley Anastatia Miss, saleslady, res East Oakland Hotel 
Kelley Catherine Mrs, res 862 Castro 
Kelley Ellen, domestic with Ernst Jansen, res 515 Eighth 
Kelley Geo, paperhanger with Chas L Taylor, res cor Seventh 

and Alice 
Kelley Geo H, baggage master C P R R,res 532 Thirty-fourth 
Kelley G W, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Kelley James, cooper, res 716 Fifth 

Kelley J M, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Kelley Mathew B, bricklayer, res 1720 Pacific 
Kelley Michael, gardener, res cor Newton ave and East Twenty- 
third 
Kelley Michael, laborer, res 1862 William 
Kelley Zenoe, mechanic, res 727 Eighth 

Kellogg Chas W, bookkeeper with Tubbs & Co, res 1253 Grove 
Kellogg Geo F, bookkeeper with Whittier, Fuller & Co (S F), res 

1350 Franklin 
Kellogg Geo H, commission (S F), res 1054 Kirkham 
Kellogg H P, bindery department Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

res 708 Eleventh 
Kellogg James, cashier Puget Sound Lumber Co, res NW cor 

Myrtle and Twenty-eighth 
Kellogg Kate Miss, teacher music Hopkins' Academy, res San 

Francisco 
Kellogg Langdon DeWitt, clerk, res 1005 Fifth 
Kellogg N B, assistant division roadmaster CPRR, res 876 

Wood 
Kellogg Sheldon I, capitalist, r^s 228 East Fourteenth 
Kellogg Sheldon I Jr, salesman with C D Ladd & Co, res 228 

East Fourteenth 
Kellum Edward, carpenter, res 1722 Chase 
Kellum Geo W. barber with Kieso & Atherton, res rear 1669 

Eighth 
Kelly C H Mrs, res 958 Third 
Kelly Chas H, engineer, res 958 Third 
KELLY E J & CO (Mrs M Kelly and Hiram A Luttrell), real 

estate agents, 414 Seventh 
Kelly Ellen, domestic, 534 Twenty-fifth 
Kelly Frank, stone cutter, res 719 Third 
Kelly Frank A, traveling salesman, res 694 Twenty-seventh 
Klley Geo J, upholsterer with Chas L Taylor, res 856 Alice 

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Kelly Gibson P, miner, res 1214 Twelfth ave 

Kelly G W, laundry man, 1319 Kirkham 

Kelly Hannah Mrs," res 706 Webster 

Kelly Isabella A, domestic, 1401 Harrison 

Kelly J, shoemaker, SW cor Peralta and Sixteenth, res same 

Kelly James, employe Pacific Nail Factory, res 958 Third 

Kelly James, laborer, res 422 Twentieth 

Kelly James F, marble worker, res 765 Seventh 

Kellv Jane, domestic, -1424 Adeline 

Kelly J M, yardman C P R R 

Kelly John, laborer, res cor Forty-first and Brush, Temescal 

Kelly John, laborer, res 759 Market 

Kelly John, laborer, res 1658 Sixteenth 

Kelly John, stableman, res Winthrop House, 409 Seventh 

Kelly John, student, res 958 Third 

Kelly Kate, chambermaid Galindo Hotel, res same 

Kelly L A, jeweler, 103 Montgomery (S F), res 1165 Jackson 

Kelly Lewis E, homeopathic physician, office 1169 Clay, res 

same 
Kellv Luke C, paying teller Sather's Bank (S F), res 1214 

Brush 
Kelly Martin M, boilermaker, res 856 Alice 

KELLY MARY MRS (E J Kelly & Co), res 416 Seventh 

Kelly Mary, domestic, 1308 Jackson 

Kelly Mary Miss, saleslady with Levy H Briggs, res Ross House 

Kelly Michael, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Kelly Michael, teamster with L Jaffe & Co, 812 Franklin 

Kelly Nathan, laborer, res New York Hotel 

Kelly Norah, domestic, Orchard bet Telegraph and Summit 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, res 955 Third 

Kelly P T, res 552 East Eleventh 

Kelly Robert, painter, res 1803 Seventh 

Kelly Wm, superintendent Government Stables, Presidio (S F), 

res 1093 Third 
Kelly Wm P, carpenter, res 1715 William 
Kelsch George, bartender with Schmidt & Fieberling, res cor 

Eighth and Alice 
Kelsey Mrs, photographic retoucher, res Alta House 
Kelsey Arthur, school teacher, res Mariposa ave bet Shattuck and 

Humboldt, Temescal 
Kelsey Bryant, real estate (S F), res 765 Fourteenth 
Kelsey Chas, res 572 Tenth 
Kelsey Erastus, farmer, res Mariposa ave bet Shattuck and 

Humboldt, Temescal 
Kelsey House, Alexander de Leo de Laguna proprietor, 1635- 

1691 Telegraph ave 




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Kelsey Noah (Kelsey & Flint), res 130 Ninth 

KELSEY & FLINT (Noah Kelsey and Geo B Flint), apothecaries, 
1073 Broadway 

Kelton Alamson K, master mariner, 808 Third 

Kelton David, caulker CPRR Ship Yard 

Kemp Alfred, employe with A L Bancroft & Co (S F), res 606 
East Eighteenth 

Kempe Ernest, confectioner, res Clarendon House 

Kempkey Augustus, salesman (S F), res 1612 Twelfth 

KENDALL A & CO (M F Henderson and Alpheus Kendall), 
Pacific Coast Planing Mill, cor Grove and Second 

Kendall Alpheus (A Kendall & Co), res 1374 Telegraph ave 

Kendall Belle Miss, res 2133 Elm ' 

Kendall Frank I, res 1135 Myrtle 

Kendall Flora C Miss, teacher Home School, res 1825 Telegraph 
ave 

Kendall Fred P, manager Alaska Packing Co, res 1405 Alice 

Kendall Joseph R, mining (S F), res 1405 Alice 

Kendall Mary Mrs, res 2133 Elm 

Kendall Nellie E Miss, res 2133 Elm 

Kenderson Andrew, painter, res 818 Willow 

Kendricks Wm, teamster J Lusk's Canning Co, res Claremont 
ave bet Summer and Clifton 

Kenfield Edgar D (Sadler & Co, S F), res 571 Caledonia ave 

Kenna James, teamster, res 651 Myrtle 

Kenna Jas F, res 651 Myrtle 

Kenna Richard, fireman California Hosiery Co, res 651 Myrtle 

Kennealy Jeremiah, tailor with Brown & McKinnon, res 1752 
Telegraph ave 

Kennedy Chas, telegraph operator, res 408 Thirteenth 

Kennedy Daniel, res 404 Fifth 

Kennedy E, res 1668 Thirteenth 

Kennedy Frank, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 316 Tenth 

Kennedy Gano, teacher of languages, res 561 Sycamore 

Kennedy Helen W Mrs, pianist, res 561 Sycamore 

Kennedy Ida M Miss, bakery, 962 Broadway, res cor Twelfth and 
Alice 

Kenned} 7 James A, policeman, res 1057 Twelfth ave 

Kennedy James F, carpenter, res 112 Fifth 

Kennedy Jas F, first assistant engineer Fire Department, office 
City Hall, res 112 Fifth 

Kennedy John, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 61 Han- 
nah 

Kennedy John, sulphur, res 953 Wood 

Kennedy Kate Miss, teacher (S F), res 1668 Thirteenth 

Kennedy L, importer paper, oil and paints (S F), res 408 Thir- 
teenth 



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Kennedy Matthew W, conductor C P R R, res 1573 Seventh 

Kenned}' M E Mrs, res 1325 Ninth ave 

Kennedy Michael, laborer, res 720 Filbert 

Kennedy M W, conductor CPRR, res 1571 Seventh 

Kennedy Patrick M, carpenter, res 112 Fifth 

Kennedv Philip, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 147<> Third 

Kennedy T H, pressman Tribune Publishing Co, res 316 Tenth 

Kennedy Thos, special policeman, res Gl Hannah 

Kennedy Thos. with John Casey, res 1808 Grove 

Kennedy Timothy, foreman, res SW cor Eighth and Webster 

Kennedy T J, cook with Alexander Campbell, res 558 Fourth 

Kennedy Wm V, carpenter, res 112 Fifth 

Kennedy William W, employe Oakl and Transfer Co, res 232 

Twelfth 
Kenner Joseph A, day prison keeper and clerk police depart- 
ment, res 916 Filbert 
Kenney Jesse, laborer Pacific Nail Works, res 813 Magnolia 
Kenney John, fireman CPRR, res 1863 William 
Kennev John, laborer San Francisco Gas Light Co, res 970 

Third 
Kenney Joseph F, letter carrier post-office, res 1602 Atlantic 
Kenney Margaret, res 813 Magnolia 

Kennev Martin, gardener, 1307 Castro, res 2134 Peralta 
KENNEY MARY F MRS. furnished rooms, 807 Washington 
Kenney Mary H Mis, physician, office 719 Ninth, res same 
Kenney Michael, laborer San Francisco Gas Co res 1502 Atlantic 
Kenney Patrick, polisher, res 629 Broadway 
Kennev Richard T, brakeman CPRR, res 813 Magnolia 
KENNEY WALTER A, manager with Whittier, Fuller & Co, 

res 719 Ninth 
Kennison Frederick J, clerk Hartford Fire Insurance Co (S F), 

res 774 Eleventh 
Kennison Joseph C, clerk Hartford Fire Insurance Co (S F), res 

774 Eleventh 
Kennison Joseph L, brick mason, res 774 Eleventh 
Kent Alva J, clerk with M Brink, res SW cor Sixth and Oak 
KENT D M> mining secretary and general business agent, 330 

Pine (S F), res 1162 Harrison 
Kent Harry S, agent Pacific Transfer Company (S F), res 1324 

Twelfth 
Kent Richard, painter CPRR Ship Yard 
Kent Richard B, pile driver, res Merced ave bet Shattuck and 

Railroad ave, Temescal 
Kent Richard F, stock-broker, res SW cor Sixth and Oak 
Kent T R, res 531 East Fourteenth 

Kent William, propr Newland House, NE cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington 



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Kercheval J H, clerk CPRR, res 562 Eighth 

Kern Chas Mrs, res 800 Brush 

Kern R^rigo, clerk (S F), res 800 Brush 

Kerr Eugene M, carpenter, res 1169 Sixteenth ave 

Kerr L C, engineer CPRR, res East Berkeley 

Kerr Naomi B Mrs, teacher Lincoln School, res 626 East Four- 
teenth 

Kershaw Chas F, salesman with M J Keller, res 1007 Broad- 
way 

Kertcheval J N Miss, bookkeeper (S F), res 834 Wood 

Kerwick Michael, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 1311 Sixth 
ave 

Kerwin Thos, laborer CPRR 

Kesler Jas W, deputy constable, res 1351 Telegraph 

Kessler August, carpenter, res s s First bet Magnolia and Ade- 
line 

Kester Adolph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Ketchum L H, carpenter, res 816 East Twelfth 

Ketscher Gustave (Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher), res 658 Myrtle 

Keyes Clementina, res 1216 Eighth 

Keyes Ja^, supervisor, res 1454 Fifth 

Keyes John, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1506 Fifth 

Keyes Merlin, printer Tribune Publishing Co, res 1216 Eighth 

Keys G S, shipping and commission merchant (S F), res 1020 
Fourteenth 

Keystone Lodge No 64, A O U W, meets at California Medical 
College on Tuesday evening 

Keystone Wringer Co, W F Meek manager, 1349 Telegraph ave, 
res same 

Kiefe John, laborer, res 677 Twenty-seventh 

Kiefer Leopold, millwright, res 1756 Seward 

Kiehl Delia Mrs, res 1382 Broadway 

Kiely Thos, assistant foreman Hook & Ladder No 1, res Brush 
bet Fifth and Sixth 

Kiernan Anna Miss, res 458 East Seventeenth 

Kiernan Mary Miss, artist, res 458 East Seventeenth 

Kieso Adolph (Kieso & Atherton), res 669 Seventh 

KIES0 & ATHERTON (Adolph Kieso and Joseph Atherton), 
barbers, 856 Broadway 

Kilbern Joseph, letter carrier, res 363 Fifth 

Kilborn Alden D, engineer CPRR, res 1523 Ninth 

Kilborn John, blacksmith, res Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave, Tem- 
escal 

Kilborn Joseph G, letter carrier post-office, res 4 Forty-fourth, 
Temescal 

Kilborne Mrs, res 602 Fourteenth 



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Kilburn , mining, res 807 Market 

Kiley Thos, painter, res 1127 Grove 

Kiley Thos, painter with P R Sheehan, res 758 Brush 

Kilgallon Andrew, laborer C P R R, res 1574 Third 

Kilgore T A, electrotype department Pacific Press Publishing Co, 
res 1059 Castro 

Killalee Katie, domestic, 1303 Grove 

Killian Jas, laborer, res 661 Twenty-eighth 

Kilpatrick Annie Miss, tailoress with S Frances, res 624 Third 

Kilpatrick George, shipping clerk with Samm & Co, res 624 
Third 

Kilpatrick Mary, res 624 Third 

Kilpatrick Wm, manager Samm's Flouring Mills, res 616 Sec- 
ond 

Kimball Chas B, contractor and builder, res 1509 Linden 

Kimball Delia, res 762 Eighteenth 

Kimball H H Mrs, res 762 Eighteenth 

Kimball James H, saloon and restaurant, NW cor East Eleventh 
and Thirteenth ave, res 613 East Eleventh 

Kimball Levy W, res 1023 West 

Kimball Minnie T Miss, assistant Durant School, res 466 Ply- 
mouth 

Kimball M S Miss, principal Swett School, res cor Thirteenth ave 
and East Fourteenth 

Kimball Patrick, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 
House, Emery Station 

Kimball Sara L Miss, stenographer, res 1509 Linden 

Kimball Thomas B, res 1118 Seventh ave 

Kimball T L, mining engineer, res 1271 Ninth ave 

Kimbark Frederick C, brakeman C P R R, res 1516 Eighth 

Kincaid William, boilermaker, res 815 Magnolia 

Kindergarten School, Miss R A Allen principal, 827 Fourteenth 

Kinerson J H, commission merchant (S F), res 920 Center 

King Mrs, waitress, res Alta House 

King Arthur B, laborer C P R R, res 1803 Seventh 

KING C A MRS. wood, coal, hay and grain, 1656 and 1658 San 
Pablo, ave res 1437 San Pablo ave 

King Chas H, Humboldt Lumber Co (S F), res 977 Seventh ave 

King Charles K, clerk and operator C P R R Office, res 1164 
Fifth 

King Delia Miss, hairdresser, res 615 Sixth 

King Fannie, domestic, 535 Thirty-sixth 

King Frank, laborer C P R R, res 220 Helen 

King George A, blacksmith and carriage builder, res 627 Four- 
teenth 

King George A, mining (Nevada), res 566 Eleventh 

King George C, machinist, res 1054 Third 



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No. 11 Mniitgomer.A St 
San Francisoo. 



Washington Breivevy, 



Westermann & Co., Proprs,, 

N. W. COE. 5th & EIEIHAM STREETS. 



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King George W, carpenter, res 1712 Eighth 

King H C, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 1708 William 

King H L, bookkeeper Wells, Fargo & Co, res 770 Tenth 

King Helen Miss, res 1305 Madison 

King Henry, res 770 Tenth 

King Henry C, carpenter, res 1708 William 

King Henry J, coachman, 1305 Madison 

King Howard L, draughtsman with T D Newsom, 456 Eighth, 
res 517 J Seventh 

King Jerome B, upholsterer, 834 Campbell, res same 

King John, farmer (Healdsburg), res 1253 Webster 

King John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

King John N, commercial traveler, res 1416| San Pablo 

King Joseph, res 1804 Seventh 

King Joseph, bartender, res 1475 Seventh 

King J W, carpenter CPRR Yards 

King Louis, paper hanger with Whittier, Fuller & Co 

King Malcolm G, deputy county surveyor, office Court House, 
res 1319 Eleventh ave 

King Manuel, laborer CPRR 

King Mary, domestic, 1397 Alice 

King Matthew, nurseryman, cor Twenty-fifth and Broadway 

King M G, civil engineer and deputy surveyor, res 1319 Elev- 
enth ave 

King Michael, stableman, cor Twelfth and Washington, res NE 
cor Tenth and Franklin 

King Michael, laborer CPRR, res 818 Kirkham 

KING MICHAEL REV, pastor Church of the Immaculate Con- 
ception, res 616 Seventh 

King Milo F, carpenter, res rear 517 Seventh 

King Neison, dealer with Mrs C A King, res 1437 San Pablo 

King Robert, carpenter, res 660 East Eleventh 

King Sarah Mrs, dressmaker, res rear 517 Seventh 

King Susan Miss, dressmaker, res 77 Valley 

King Thomas B, cooper (S F). res 1265 Center 

King W B Mrs, res 1161 Fifth 

King W E, carpenter CPRR Yards 

King W H, joiner C P R R Ship Yard 

King William, carpenter, res 1709 William 

King Wm A, watchman U S Treasury (S F), res 1914 Myrtle 

King Wm E, bookkeeper with Mrs C A King, res 620 Eighteenth 

King Wm H, ship joiner, res 1708 William 

King William R, clerk CPRR, res Johnson House 

King Wm R Mrs, propr Johnson House, cor Eighteenth and San 
Pablo ave 

Kingkade Jefferson, carpenter, res 914 Pine 

Kingman Harriet, res 600 Twelfth 



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



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Kinsman J F, boot and shoe cutter, res 1120 Eighth ave 

Kingman M V Mrs, assistant Durant School, res 1120 Eighth ave 

Kingsbury H M, 1326 Eighth ave 

Kingshott Richard H, carpenter, res 915 Third 

Kingsland A B, res 518 East Fifteenth 

Kingsland Thomas G, propr Arlington House,. 474 Ninth 

Kingsley W J, fireman UPRR 

Kingston Richard, well-borer, res 1010 Fifth 

Kinkade George H Rev, minister, res 563 Fourteenth 

Kinkade L Miss, assistant Cole School, res Centennial Hotel 

Kinnear J S, foreman sash, door, and blind department with 

Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 1018 Twenty-fourth 
Kinney Robert S Mrs, res 1725 Thirteenth 
Kinsey Charles, real estate, res 919 East Ninth 
Kinsey Charles W (Lyon & Kinsey), res 578 Twenty-fifth 
Kinsey S F Mrs, res 911 Peralta 
Kinsey Samuel, res 578 Twenty-fifth 
Kinslea Thomas, pressman (S F), res 1571 Fifth 
Kinsman John, res Halleck nr Emery Station 
Kipke Charles, miller, res 815 Franklin 
Kirby James, laborer, res 1378 Fifteenth 
Kirby William P Rev, assistant pastor Church Sacred Heart of 

Jesus, res Fortieth nr Grove 
Kirchberger Theckla Miss, teacher German, Home School, res 

1110* Sacramento (S F) 
Kirchheiner Henry, res 468 Edwards 

Kirchheiner John H, candy manufacturer, 865 Washington 
Kirchner John, carpenter, res 860 Isabella 
Kirchoff Albert, laborer, res 1510 Broadway 
Kirichhoter Reinhard, butcher with John Breiling, res 1473 

Eighth 
Kirk Fannie Miss, res 1110 Fourteenth 
Kirk George, foreman Oakland Gas Co, res 820 Grove 
KIRK GEORGE A- carpenter and builder, 408 Tenth, res 1913 

Myrtle 
Kirk John H, bookkeeper with Horace Davis & Co (S F), res 

807 Harrison 
Kirk Norris L, bridge builder, res 764 Eighteenth 
KIRK OWEN C. tinner, plumber and gasfitter, 305 East Twelfth, 

res 1202 Seventh ave 
Kirk William, architect, 1110 Fourteenth . 
Kirkham B W, general USA, res cor Eighth and Oak 
Kirkland Derwent W (Kirkland & Trowbridge), res 763 Eighth 
Kirkland James Mrs, res 763 Eighth 

Kirkland John N, traveling salesman (S F), res 763 Eighth 
KIRKLAND & TROWBRIDGE (D W Kirkland and H O Trow- 
bridge) chemists and apothecaries, 971 Broadway cor Tenth 



OAKLAND BREWERY, 



KRA.1IM & DIEVES, Proprietors. Cor 
TVleeraph Avenue and Ouiant Street. 



Moretti & TreZZini, l^nASfffl' Fresco & Decorative Artists 



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Kirkman Ella Miss, res 710 Thirty-fourth 

Kirkness Annie Mrs, music teacher, .res 1322 Telegraph ave 

Kirkness Arthur, apprentice Tribune Publishing Co, res 1322 
Telegraph ave 

Kirschner Jacob, clerk, res 364 Eighth 

Kirwin Thomas, laborer, res rear 725 Henry 

Kiso Adolph, barber, res 669 Seventh 

Kitchen Charles, student, res 1382 Eleventh 

Kitchen John, clerk Home Mutual Insurance (S F), res 1382 
Eleventh 

Kitchen John Jr, bookbinder, res 1382 Eleventh 

Kitchener Charles F J, grain dealer, res 966 Kirkham 

Kitto Orlando, rougher J udson Manufacturing Co, res Park ave 
bet Halleck and Hubbard 

Kitto William, rougher Judson Manufacturing Co, res 252 Louisa 

Kittredge Edward (E H Kittredge & Co, S F), res 676 Seven- 
teenth 

Kittredge Fanny L Mrs, res 770 Fourteenth 

Kittredge John R, clerk California Door Co, res 770 Fourteenth 

Klee Henry, driver Oakland Brewery, res cor Durant and 
Broadway 

Kleeman Wm, capitalist, res 1417 Sixth ave 

Klein Moses, res 714 Twenty-ninth 

Kleinofen W A, painter, 456 Twelfth 

Klemm Jacob P, gardener, SE cor Jackson and Lake 

Klenkel Annie, domestic, Summer nr Adeline 

Kleupfer Frederick, bricklayer, res 224 Fourth 

Klewisch Otto, propr California Oil Refinery (S F), res 1618 
Eighth 

Kley Christ, carpenter, res 1011 Kirkham 

Kligel Joseph, butcher with John C M Miller, res 519 Seven- 
teenth 

Kligel Joseph, laborer, res 252 B 

Kline A, fancy goods, res 764 Ninth 

KLINK THOMAS G- proprietor Acme Billiard Parlors, 1008 
and 1010 Broadway, res NE cor Fourteenth and Franklin 

Klose Christian A, publisher, res 417 East Fourteenth 

Klotz Lizzie, domestic, 915 Myrtle 

Kluegel C H, civil engineer, res 1259 Webster 

Kluegel Edward A, capitalist, res 625 Fourteenth 

Kluegel Ferdinand, capitalist, res 625 Fourteenth 

KLUIT A PR0V0. breeder of thoroughbred fowls, res Fruit Vale 
ave near San Leandro road 

Klump Fred, blacksmith with Daniel D Hayes, res 714 First 

Knapp Edwin G, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1382 Webster 

Knapp H, employe California Hoisery Co, res 802 Alice 

Knapp James, upholsterer with Christian Schreiber, res 802 Alice 



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vmci "• ( *<S2 Bioa wu.v, Oakland. 



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Knapp M A, student university, res 1382 Webster 

Knapp Richard H, carpenter, res 802 Alice 

Knapp Sewell, merchant (Tuolumne Co), res 1382 Webster 

Knatchbull Hugessen Lucy, res 808 Jackson 

Knauss Thomas R, cigarmaker with Fibush Bros, res Winter's 

Hotel 
Kneale Benjamin, blacksmith, SE cor Claremont ave and Summer, 

res Claremont ave nr Summer, Temescal 
Knerler Fanny A Miss, res 1611 Telegraph ave 
Kneib Charles, bartender with E J Bryant, res 801 Broadway 
Knierim John (Roemer & Knierim), res 1467 Seventh 
Knight Allen, chief clerk exchange department London and San 

Francisco Bank (S F), res 1424 Webster 
Knight E S Mrs, res 533 Frederick 
Knight Fletcher H, res 533 Frederick 
Knight Frederick W, clerk (S F), res 1300 Webster 
Knight Frederick W, contractor and builder, res 543 Twenty- 
second 
Knight Robert S, student, res 533 Frederick 
Knight Samuel P, contractor, res 1715 Twelfth 
Knight William H, cashier with Whittier, Fuller & Co (S F), res 

1300 Webster 
Knight William L, conductor C P R R, res 1665 Lincoln 
Knights of Kadosh (De Molay Council No 2), L W Allum 

recorder, meets at Masonic Building 
Knoch August H, gashtter with Dalziel & Moller, res 1454 

Twelfth 
Knoch Fredricka A Miss, res 1454 Twelfth 
Knoch Peter, laborer C P R R, res 1454 Twelfth 
Knoll Albert R, cashier with Hobart, Wood & Co (S F), res 1013 

Fourteenth 
Knoll Harry W, bookkeeper (S F), res 1013 Fourteenth 
Knopf el G C, teacher of music, res 409 1 Twelfth 
Knott James E, car repairer C P R, R Yards, res 731 Chester 
Knowles C L, carpenter, res 1722 Chase 
Knowles Frederick E (F E Knowles & Co), res 761 Clay 
Knowles F E & Co (Frederick E Knowles and Abel Hosmer), 

marble and granite yard, SW cor Seventh and Castro 
Knowles G B, master mariner, res 1065 Jackson 
Knowles George, stone cutter with F E Knowles & Co, res 1201 

West 
Knowles Josiah N, shipping commissson (S F), res 1302 Jackson 
Knowles Robert, water tender steamer Piedmont, res 370 Fifth 
Knowles Samuel E, dentist, 118 Dupont (S Fj, res 914 Chester 
Knowles W A (Veitch & Knowles), res 364 Thirteenth 
Knowlton Ella M Miss, music teacher, res 1375 Madison 
Knowlton George K (George K Knowlton & Co), res 818 Bay 




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SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. 



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320 



OAKLAND. 



KNOWLTON GEORGE K & CO (George K Knowlton and 
Charles O Snair), band sawing, general mill work, wood 
and ivory turning, 515 Fourth 

Knox Alva, butcher with Wm Eames, res 829 Broadway 

Knox C H Mrs, res 404 East Tenth 

Knox Charles W, with J M Adams, res 533 Knox Place 

Knox Henry E, dentist (S F), res 480 Merrimac 

KNOX ISRAEL W (Golden State and Miners' Iron Works (S F), 
and treasurer Oakland Railroad Co, office 921 Broadway, 
room 2, res 533 Knox Place 

Knox Mary A, res 533 Knox Place 

Knox Oscar, res 10G5 Fifth ave 

Knox Wilber C, res 1724 Lincoln 

Knudsen Philip J, merchandise broker (S F), res 668 Thirty- 
fourth 

Knuth Lizzie, domestic, 572 Fifteenth 

Koarner Charles, barber, res 1932 Myrtle 

Kobelt Adolph, tanner with Christ & Co, res Twelfth nr Six- 
teenth ave 

Koch Charles E, cook, res 812 East Twelfth 

Koch Fred, laborer, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave, Temescal 

Koch Gottleib, carpenter, res s s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave off 
Telegraph, Temescal 

Koch Louisa, domestic, 563 Twenty-second 

Koch William D, bookkeeper American Sugar Refinery (S F), 
res 1020 Chester 

Kochell Eda M Miss, res 475 Twenty-sixth 

Kochendorfer Ernes', distributor Contra Costa Laundry, res s s 
Fifteenth bet Peralta and Campbell 

Kock Peter (Schultz & Kock), res NW cor Forty-fifth and Tele- 
graph ave, Temescal 

Koenecke Henry, res cor San Pablo ave and Twenty-sixth 

K0ENIG ARNOLD- notary public and real estate agent, 958 
Broadway, res Galindo Hotel 

Koenig Claus H, painter, res 825 Lydia 

Koenig Edward J, teacher, res 1727 Thirteenth 

Koenig Ferdinand, saloon (S F), res NE cor Thirteenth and 
Willow 

Kofod Scenna, domestic, 935 Filbert 

Kofoed Juditha, domestic, 949 Filbert 

Kofoet Peter, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 114 Helen 

Kohane Thomas, laborer, res 1622 Linden 

Kohl Henry, carpenter, res 1824 Atlantic 

Kohler-Chase House, Miss L A Willey manager, 953J, Washington 

K0HLER ANDREW (Kohler & Chase), res Kohler-Chase House 

K0HLER ERNEST F> wines and liquors, 1502 and 1504 Seventh, 
res 857 Chester 



S. F. LAUNDBY. 



(.ODD U'UKK, LOW PRICES. Oltlie, 

33 Geary St., S. F„ and 862 Broad wa v. Oakland 



INSURE IN THE 

-4* Largest^PaGific^Goast^Kompany. «fr 




INSURANCE 



COMPANY 



_ f OF CALIFORNIA. <£^ 






Assets and Premium Income Greatest of All the American Com- 
panies Organized "West of New York State. 



The Fireman's Fund derives its income from about fifteen hundred 
agencies throughout the United States, having the largest agency sys- 
tem of any Western Company, and thus securing a judicious scattering 
of its risks; while its popularity is attested h} 7 the fact that its gross 
premiums for 1883, show an increase of more than $150,000 over those 
of the previous year, and that on the Pacific Coast (its home field) it 
writes more premiums than any other Company, American, or Foreign. 



HOME OFFICE: 

S. W. Cor. California «& Sansome Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 



Agents for the Hawaiian Islands, 
MESSRS. BISHOP & CO., HONOLULU. 

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SUMMARY OK THK 



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT 




INSURANCE 



COMPANY 



OF SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA. 



December 31, 1883. 



Capital Paid up in Cash $750,000.00 

Reserves for all Liabilities: — 

Losses in process of Adjustment — Fire. . . .$35,147.99 

— Marine. . 39,650.3 7 

Marine Bills Payable 

All other claims and demands. 

Re-Insurance Reserve: — 

(California Standard)— Fire $337,567.47 

—Marine 62,519.97 

Net Surplus 



ASSETS. 



74,798.36 
5,112.86 
3,656.92 

400,087.44 
239,370.18 
$1,473045.76 



United States 4 per cent. Bonds $713 

Oakland Gaslight Bonds 

Oakland Sewer Bonds 

California Dry Dock Bonds 

Market Street Cable Railroad Bonds 

First National Gold Bank Stock 

North Beach and Mission Railroad Stock 

Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad Stock 

Pacific Rolling Mills Stock 

Judson Manufacturing Co. Stock 

California Dry Dock Co. Stock 

Presidio and Ferries Railroad Stock 

California Street Railroad Co. Stock 

Sutter Street Railroad Co. Stock 

Pioneer Woolen Factory Stock 

Pioneer Woolen Factory Scrip 

Loans on Bond and Mortgage 

Loans on Collateral Security 

Interest and Rents due and accrued 

Real Estate 

Premiums in course of collection and in hands of Agents 

Bills Receivable for Marine Premiums 

('ash in Office and Banks 



25 
20, 
12 

27 

12 

9, 

10, 

18, 
12, 
5, 
13, 
12, 
11, 
14, 



400.00 
500.00 
000.00 
540.00 
750.00 
375.00 
500.00 
000.00 
750.00 
000.00 
800.00 
600.00 
250.C0 
430.00 
100.00 
900.00 
,950.00 
350.00 
168.43 
,000.00 
895.02 
036.15 
,731.16 



93, 
27, 
9, 
212, 
70, 
46, 
93. 

$1,473,025.76 



l>. .1. STAPLE 1 *, President. 
ALPHEVM Itl'l.l. Vice-President. 



WM. J, DI'TTOX, Secretary. 

F. \V. «'AKPK\TKR, A»»"t Serretar) . 



HOME OFFICE: S. W. Corner California and Sansome Streets, 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Agents in All the Principal Cities and Towns. 

[over] 




JAMES L. BARKER, a ?d E ^ L sgl T A A N T c E E, BERKELEY. 



OAKLAND. 



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KOHLER & CHASE (Andrew Kohler and Quincy A Chase), 
pianos, organs, sheet music, and musical merchandise, 1105 
Broadway 

Kohler H A, newspaper agent, res 1353 Twelfth ave 

Kohler Henry, ironer Contra. Costa Laundry, res s s First bet 
Magnolia and Adeline 

Kohler Josephine Miss, res 1676 Thirteenth ave 

Kohler Louise Mrs, res 409 h Twelfth 

Kohler Ranemous J, metallurgist, res 1676 Thirteenth ave 

Kohler R J, carpenter C P R R Yards 

Kohler Robert, cook with G F Calberg, res cor Thirteenth ave 
and East Eleventh 

Kohler & Sauner (William Kohler and Richard Sauner), proprs 
Golden Gate Theater, Eighth bet Broadway and Washington 

Kohler William (Kohler & Sauner), res 418 Eighth 

Kohler's Hall, NW cor Seventh and Chester 

Kohn Leopold, clerk with Max Greenhood & Co, res 418 Twelfth 

Koister John, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 152 Louisa 

Kolb Joseph, carpenter, res 1172 Seventh 

Koob Adam, res 1375 Sixteenth 

Koon Wm H, captain, res 777 Fourteenth 

Korchendorfer Ernest, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Kornahrens Jacob, groceries, NE cor San Pablo ave and Twenty- 
second, res same 

Kortz George, res 1303 Market 

Koser N A, druggist with Henry Bowman, res 951 Broadway 

Kosta Frank, oyster saloon, 418 Fourteenth, res 836 Clay 

Kosta Samuel, oyster house, 469 Seventh 

Koster Herman, groceries, SW cor Fourth and Webster 

Kowalsky Isaac, shoemaker with D J Outrain, and groceries, 
fruits, etc, 1301 San Pablo ave, res same 

Kracke August, compressed yeast manufacturer, res cor Grove and 
Thirty-third 

Kraft Adam, cigar manufacturer, 1468 Seventh, res same 

Kraft George, saloon, 859 Washington 

Kraft W J, painter with J F Gardiner 

Krag F W, fruits, res 1463 Seventh 

Krager Adolph, blacksmith, res 1644 Myrtle 

Krager Charles, blacksmith, res 1644 Myrtle 

Krambs Frederick, road agent Oakland Tribune, res 770 Madison 

Krambs Frederick, tailor, res 770 Madison 

Kramer Frederick, porter with H Davis, res 814 Broadway 

KRAMM CHARLES (Kramm & Treves), res 1414 Telegraph ave 

KRAMM & DIEVES (Charles Kramm and Joseph Dieves), pro- 
prietors Oakland Brewery, cor Telegraph ave and Durant 

Krauth Fred K Jr, deputy sheriff, res Loyal Oak Hotel, Alameda 

Krauth W H, brakeman C P R R, res Livermore 



OAKLAND BREWERY, 

21 



KKAHJI «Sfc IIIKVKS Proprietors. Cor, 
Telegraph Avenue and Durant £tre*t. 



TVSSSSwSSSt S- F., Fresco and Decorative Artists. 



322 



OAKLAND. 



Kreig Henry, tanner with Crist & Co, res Twenty -second ave bet 

Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Kreinberg Bernhard, driver Brooklyn Brewery, res SW cor 

Fourteenth and Eighteenth ave 
Kreiss Louis, teamster, res 466 Third 
Kreiss Louis, salesman with F S Chadbourne (S F), res 526 

Thirty-fifth 
Kreiss William, teamster with Fisher & Taylor, res 466 Third 
Ki*eker Jacob, butcher, res 316 Seventh 

Krepper Nicholas, gun and locksmith, 420 Eleventh, res same 
Krepper P H, gun and locksmith, 904 Washington 
Kreschfeld William, driver with W A Rouse & Co 
Kretz Antone, teamster with Crist & Co, res Fifteenth nr Twen- 
tieth ave 
Kreukfeldt Chas, grocer, res 1675 Atlantic 

Kreutzfeldt Charles (D Jagels & Co), res SW cor Fifth and Lewis 
Kreutzfeldt Claus, master mariner, res 766 Willow 
Kreutzfeldt Samuel, car cleaner CPRR Yards, i'es 1675 Atlantic 
Kreutzfeldt William, teamster with W A Bouse & Co, res 766 

Willow 
Kreyenhagen Edward, manager with John Wulzen & Co, res 827 

Broadway 
KRIECHBAUM GEORGE H. dentist, 854| Broadway, res 1921 

Market 
KRIECHBAUM JOHN G> physician and surgeon, 854J Broadway, 

res 1921 Market 
Krieger Dena, domestic, 1211 Alice 
Krieger Frank, carpenter, res 28 Valley 
Kriesfer Jacob, butcher with E T Bush, res 310 Seventh 
Krige Frederick, fruits and groceries, res 1463 Seventh 
Kriske Mrs B, sewing teacher, 1701 Eighth, res same 
Kriske Ernst, jeweler (S F), res 1701 Eighth 
Krohn August, bartender Oakland " Tivoli," res 14 Valley 
Kroll Henry, res 936 Union 

Kroll William F (Martin & Kroll), res 934 Union 
Krug John, brewer Washington Brewery 

Kruger Ferdinand, cabinetmaker with W D Boyce, res 821 Mag- 
nolia 
Kruse Ella Mrs, res 720 Castro 
Kruse Francois, res 256 Harlan 

Kruse Manuel, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res 254 Harlan 
Kruttschnitt Eugene, searcher of records, res 265 Ninth 
Krytser Charles, bookkeeper California Hosiery Co, res 1202 

Eighth ' 

Krjtser John, res 1202 Eighth 

Kuckmeister August, manager with Tillmann & Bendel, res 800 
Franklin 



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33 Geary St., S. F. ( and 862 Broadway, Oakland- 



ALLEN, HIGGLE & CO., MEXICAN HARD WOODS, 



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San Francisco 



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Kucks C H, saloon keeper (S F), res 919 Fifth 

Kuenzi John R, wood turner (S F), res 411 Ninth 

Kuerzel Robert cigars and tobacco, 869 Broadway, res 617 Clay 

Ku ester Ferdinand J, apprentice with L Lehmkuhl, res 375 Fifth 

Kuester Henrv C, hairdresser, 455 Ninth, res 375 Fifth 

KUGLER G (Kugler & Schaefer), res 516 Eighth 

KUGLER & SCHAEFER (G Kugler and C Schaefer), proprietors 

Eintracht Saloon, 836 Broadway 
Kuhlman Frederick, merchant tailor, 469 Ninth 
Kuhnle Fred, butcher with E A Guptil, res 1463 Grove 
Kuhnle William, bartender with Win Riek, res 1466 Seventh 
Kunnemann John, watchmaker, res 863 Center 
Kupfer Frederick J, clerk with D Ryan, res 1170 Broadway 
Kusch Francis, locksmith, res cor Canada and Livingston 
Kuss Peter N, painter, 415 Thirteenth, res 563 Twenty-second 
Kyer C J, painter, res 1504 Broadway 
Kyle Robert, res 913 Fifth ave 
Kyte James C, contractor and builder, res 1743 Myrtle 



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LAAGE WILLIAM J F> proprietor Swiss Confectionery, 416 

Twelfth, res 409J Twelfth 
Labarth • Julie, cook with E J Pringle, res 326 East Nineteenth 
Labat Marcell, laundryman with Calou & Schevanton, res 1916 

San Pablo 
Laclaverie Paul, liquor dealer (S F), res 523 Twenty-fifth 
LA CLEDE HOUSE. Charles Jurgens proprietor, 1116 Broadway 
Lacque Prosper, laundryman with Calou & Schevanton, res 1916 

San Pablo 
Lacy Is ibella H Mrs, res 126 Eleventh 
Lacy Thomas, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Halleck nr 

Emery Station 
Ladd A W P, clerk with E G Matheus, res 6l2i East Twelfth 
Ladd P B, attorney-at-law (S F), res 973 Washington 
Ladenburger Emelia, domestic with Charles A Meyer, 720 Tenth 
Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland, Linden Lane nr New Broad- 
way, North Temescal 
Lafayette School, Miss Abbie F Aldrich principal, w s Jeffer- 
son bet Eleventh and Twelfth 




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Washington Brewery, 



Westeriiiann A C<»., Pi-oprs„ 

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EEQICE 
PAPERS 

Commercial 



WOOD 

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HUGHES 

511 

Sansjius 

Street, 
Cor. 

Mercharjt. 



LafTerty Charles, laborer, res 518 Sixth 

Lafferty Dennis H, butcher with Owen LatTerty, res 363 First 

LAFFERTY OWEN, butcher, 667 Broadway, res 363 First 

Lafleche George T, proprietor Capital House, 522 Broadway 

Lafond Pierre, cook, res 1316 Eighth 

Lagercrantz Carl Th, mail clerk post-office, res 941 Wood 

Lagoria John, brick mason, res 627 Myrtle 

Lagoria Louis (Camilloni & Co), res San Francisco 

La Grange Louis A, foreman CPRR Co, res 1060 Harrison 

Lahey Julia Mrs, groceries, res 1151 Seventh 

Lahey Thomas, laborer, res cor Second and Madison 

Lahr George, plumber with Bonham Bros, res 275 B 

Laidlaw Alexander, clerk with Walter Laidlaw, res 730 Sixth 

LAIDLAW HORACE- M D> physician and surgeon, office 957 

Broadway, rooms 18 and 19, res NE cor Sixth and Brush 
Laidlaw Murray, clerk with Levi Strauss (S F), res 730 Sixth 
Laidlaw Walter, propr Mendocino Lumber Yard, SE cor Seventh 

and Brush, res 730 Sixth 
Laird William, painter, res 517 Ninth 
La Jeunesse Adolph, night watchman jute mill, res 372 East 

Eleventh 
Lake Edward H, carpenter, res 1625 Grove 
Lake Edward S, res 1633 Market 

Lake Fred E, compositor Oakland Times, res 1625 Grove 
Lake Leonard, res 1625 Grove 
Lake Martha Mrs, res 1633 Market 
Lake Merritt Boat House, Twelfth Street Bridge • 
Lake Thomas, salesman, res 866 Castro 
Lake Win, coachman, res 980 Fifth ave 

Lake Wm B, manager Oakland Glass Works, res 763 Seventeenth 
Lake Wm F, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res 1625 Grove 
Lake William T, engineer Washington Street Planing Mill, res 

1633 Market 
Lalanne Felix, laundryman with Calou & Schevanton, res 1916 

San Pablo ave 
Laloli Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lamb Horace B (Lamb & Whitver), res NW cor Seventh and 

Market 
Lamb James, butcher, res 706 East Fourteenth 
Lamb James, fish market, res 1208 Seventeenth ave 
Lamb John, carpenter, res 706 East Fourteenth 
Lamb John Jr, saddler, res 706 East Fourteenth 
Lamb Mollie Miss, dressmaker with Mrs E W Johnson, res 804 

Twelfth 
Lamb Olive Mrs, res 489 Prospect 
Lamb & Whitver (Horace B Lamb and James Whitver), fruit, 

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LAMBERT BENJAMIN, res 373 Fourth 

Lam Wert C M, nursery man, res Forty- ninth bet Telegraph and 
Shattuck aves Temescal 

Lambert Ernest D, bookkeeper, res Sutter bet San Pablo ave and 
Adeline, Teineseal 

Lambert Georgie Miss, cashier with Salinger Bros, res 823 Kirk- 
ham 

Lambert J A, hunter, res Alcati-az ave, Temescal 

Lambert James, res 373 Fourth 

Lambert Joseph, propr Three Mile House Saloon, res San Pablo 
ave nr Folsom 

Lambert Nancy, domestic, 14-12 Sixth ave 

La Monte William H (La Monte, Wilbur & Garabrant), res 1421 
Fifteenth 

LA MONTE. WILBUR & GARABRANT (W H La Monte, J S and 
YV H Wilbur and O Garabrant), staple and fancy groceries, 
475 Eleventh 

Lamotte Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lamoureux P K, secretary Remillard Brick Co, res 964 Jefferson 

Lamoureux Theophile, vice-president Remillard Brick Co, res 964 
Jefferson 

Lamping Joseph, carpenter, res 1317 Harrison 

Lamping Peter A Jr, machinist, res 1829 Union 

Lamping Peter A, miner, res NE cor Twenty-seventh and Union 

Lamping Peter A, brakeman C P R R, res 1317 Harrison 

Lampkin John T, freight handier C P R R, res 663 East Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Lampord A E, brakeman C'P R R, res 1870 Atlantic 

Lancaster H B Mrs, res 562 East Twelfth 

Lancaster Thomas, tailor (S F), res 1565 Broadway 

Landfair James, plasterer, res Union Hotel 

LANDON WILLIAM W, manager with F Barnard & Co, office 
400 Eighth, res 620 Ninth 

Lamlsberg Augusta, domestic, " Moss Wood," New Broadway nr 
Moss ave 

Lane Christopher S, dentist, office 1207 Broadway, res 710 Fif- 
teen tli 

Lane C W, propr omnibus line, res Lake Shore ave 

Lane Frank K, business manager Rescue, res 710 Fifteenth 

Lane Manr ce, hostler with Joseph C Simpson, res 2111 Adeline 

Lane T, laborer C P R R 

LANE WILLIAM, hay, grain and feci, SE cor Twelfth and Mar- 
ket, res 96-5 Castro 

Ltnfranche Angela, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Lang F \V, agent California Cracker Co, res 1034 Peralta 

Lang George A, cleaner and dyer, 805 Broadway, res same 

Lang George R, contractor and builder, res 612 East Fourteenth 



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Lang Harry, laborer, res 665 East Twelfth 

Lang Winnie, domestic, 1227 Linden 

Langan Patrick, laborer St Mary's Cemetery 

Langbehn Katherine Mrs, res Summer nr Adeline 

Langbehn Peter, teamster, res Winter's Hotel 

Langdon Shelden W, car cleaner P R R Yards, res 821 Ade- 
line 

LANGE HERMAN F. apothecary and druggist, 1173 Market, res 
1140 Myrtle 

Lange Theodore, saloon, SW cor Thirty-fourth and Telegraph ave, 
res same 

Langford Geo, boilermaker C P R R Shops 

Langford George L, boilermaker with Clark & Woolley, res 309 
Third 

Langley Abel, farmer, res 1414 Ninth 

Langley Charles, clerk (S F), res 156 East Twelfth 

Langley Melanie Mrs, res 156 East Twelfth 

Langtree James, laborer, res 1162 Seventh 

Langue Wm, res NE cor Willow and Chase 

Lanktree J B, bookkeeper Oakland Home Insurance Co, res cor 
Pacific ave and Chapin, Alameda 

Lannan Mary Mrs, res 711 Sixth 

Lannigan Edward, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-seventh and For- 
ty-eighth 

Lannon Bernard, res 1512 Fifth 

Lannon Madge Miss, res 1512 Fifth 

IAMZ BROS (Henry and Louis Lanz), proprietors Lanz Bros' 
Soap Works factory 911 Third, office same 

LANZ BROS' SOAP W0RKS> Lanz Bros proprietors, factory 
911 Third, office same 

Lanz Henry (Lanz Bros), res 1002 Third 

Lanz Louis (Lanz Bios), res 1087 Third 

Laosten Laost, gardener, res 1727 Myrtle 

La Perl Edward, engineer with A Kendall & Co, res 659 Grove 

La Perle Horace, engineer with Hickok, Schroeder & Co. res 371 
Fourth 

Laperle Philias, blacksmith, res Shattuck ave opp Telegraph ave, 
Temescal 

La Perrie L L, brakeman O P R R, res 1712 Eighth 

Lapham Grant (Lapham & Rowe), general insurance agent, office 
SW cor Eighth and Webster, res Alameda 

Lapham John P, miner, res 361 East Seventeenth 

LAPHAM & RQWE (Giant Lapham and John Rowe), proprietors 
Club Livery Stables, SW em- Eighth and Webster 

Lapold Joseph, janitor City Hall, res 172!) Fourteenth 

Larden Victor, butcher, 1171 Sixteenth ave 

La-re Geo P, carriagemaker, res 1608 William 



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Larkin A S, deckhand CPRR ferry boats, res 730 Myrtle 

Larkin Benjamin, painter, res 368 Third 

Larkin Ellen Miss, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth, Temescal 

Larkin Honora C Miss, teacher Temescal Branch School, res w s 
Telegraph ave cor Forty-ninth 

Larkin Thomas P, propr Pioneer Market, Telegraph ave bet For- 
ty-eighth and Forty -ninth, Temescal 

Larmer Augustus B, carpenter and contractor, res 824 Magnolia 

Larmer Edward, sawyer, res 824 Magnolia 

Larmer Frank B, res 824 Magnolia 

Laroche Elizabeth Mrs, dressmaker, res 666 Thirty-fourth 

Laronche Maria, res 529 Second 

Larrabee George T, clerk, res 769 Jefferson 

Larrieu Augustus, conductor C P R R, res 1115 Campbell 

Larrieu G Mrs, res 1115 Campbell 

Larsen A, tailor with M J Healy, res cor Fourteenth and Kirk- 
ham 

Larsen Andrew, painter, res 1629 Market 

Larsen Henry, car driver Fourteenth Street Railroad, res 1727 
Twelfth 

Larsen J O Mrs, res 1629 Market 

Larsen Neils, saloon, 1323 Fourteenth 

Larsen Rasmus H, street car driver, res 1727 Twelfth 

Larue James, real estate, res 626 East Fourteenth 

Larue John, res 626 East Fourteenth 

Larur L B, laborer CPRR 

LASCIAN BROS, directors St Joseph's Academy, SE cor Fifth 
and Jackson 

Lascombe Eugene, basket factory, 830 Twentieth, res same 

Laselve James, barber, res 214 Third 

Lass Christian, ivs 1H61 Lincoln 

Lasselle Benj F, blacksmith, res 711 Castro 

Lassen John, gardener, res SE cor Tenth and Adeline 

Lassen Peter, saloon keeper, SW cor Franklin and Seventh 

Latt'ord Thos laborer, res 1722 Pacific 

Latham Hiram, physician, res 932 Thirty-fourth 

Lathrop Elisha Nelson, res 1663 Thirteenth 

Lathrop Frank H, photographer, res 1114 Washington 

Lathrop Geo A, physician and surgeon, 1068 Broadway, res 1300 
Seventh 

Lathrop John M, reporter Call and Bulletin, res Galindo Hotel 

Lathrop Mercedes, chambermaid Galindo Hotel 

LATHROP SOLOMON watchmaker and jeweler, 1059 Broad- 
way, res 1114 Washington 

LATIMER BROS (Richard J and J Stanley Latimer), produce 
and groceries, 1220 Market 

Latimer John T, manager with Latimer Bros, res 1510 Ninth 




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Latimer J Stanley (Latimer Bros), res 1510 Ninth 

Latimer Richard J (Latimer Bros), res 1220 Market 

Latimer Thos, carpenter, res 1355 Eighteenth 

Latimer Thos, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

LATON B B> insurance agent Royal, Norwich, Union and Lanca- 
shire Cos, 468 Ninth, res 1073 Twelfth 

Laton G A, clerk with B B Laton, res 1073 Twelfth 

La Tour J B, brakeman C P R R, res 837 Clay 

Latrope Geo C, physician, office Central Block, res 1068 Broad- 
way 

Lauder G H, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 

Lauderback Joseph, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lauer Marten, gardener, res 1162 Fifth 

Laughland John, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, res 213 
Third 

Laughland Win, carpenter Oakland Planing Mills, i es 213 Third 

Laughran John, tin roper C P R R, res 1765 Seventh 

Laumeister Herman F, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 
2130 Chestnut 

Lauretzen Gabriel, seaman, res 914 Twenty -second 

Laursen Michael, groceries and windmill manufacturer, 701 
Adeline, res same 

Lausten Peter B, waiter with L Milloslavich, res 1727 Myrtle 

Lavagotti Francisco, gardener, res Prospect ave east of Broad- 
way 

Lavajetto Domingo, gardener, res 1668 Sixteenth 

Lavany Wm, musician, res 463 Thirteenth 

Laven Thos, laborer, res 1871 Goss 

La Veuve Elsie Miss, correspondent American Missionary Society, 
res Vernon Park 

Lavigne Joseph, Park Exchange Saloon, Emery Station, res 
same 

Lavin Henry, brakeman C P R R, res 985 Bay 

Lavin James, laborer, res Union Lodging House, cor Broadway 
and Second 

Lavine Geo, hostler Washington Livery Stable, 1178 Broadway 

Lavo Chas, cook, res 212 Third 

Lavoie Eleanor Miss, res Adeline bet Forty-second and Forty- 
third, Temescal 

Lavorel Peter (P Pagge & Co), res NE cor Second and Washing- 
ton 

Law R W, employe U S Mint (S F),res 1121 Third ave 

Lawler Mrs, res 856 Market 

Lawler D W, baggage master C P R R, res Star House 

Lawler J, laborer C P R R Ship Yard 

Lawless Joseph C, harnessinaker, res 863 Campbell 

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Lawlor John, employe CPRR, res 1864 William 
LAWLOR JOHN M /proprietor Galindo Hotel, Eighth bet Broad- 
way and Franklin, and Tubbs Hotel, East Twelfth bet 
Fourth and Fifth aves 
Lawrence Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Lawrence Bros (E L and H H Lawrence Jr), grocers. 583 East 

Twelfth 
Lawrence Dell, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
LAWRENCE DEWITT C, proprietor Oakland Free Press, res 

1520 Seventh 
Lawrence E L (Lawrence Bros), res 562 East Sixteenth 
Law T rence Frederick, cook, res 714 Fourth 

Lawrence Henry H, assayer U S Mint (S F), 562 East Four- 
teenth 
Lawrence H H Jr (Lawrence Bros), res cor Fourteenth and 

Twelfth ave 
Lawrence John, laborer, res 950 New Broadway 
Lawrence John Edward, iron moulder (S F), res 1666 Taylor 
Lawrence Jose de Freitas, res 915 East Fifteenth 
Lawrence Louise Mrs, res Spring nr San Pablo 
Lawrence Milton, washer El Dorado Stables, res 409 Twelfth 
Lawrence Nathaniel, clerk, res cor Fortieth and Telegraph ave 
Lawrence Susan Mrs, res 1525 Broadway 
Lawrence Wm, iron moulder (S F), res 1666 Taylor 
Lawrence Win H, carpenter, res Piedmont Springs 
Lawrie A G (Lawrie & Schramm), res San Francisco 
Lawrie Harry D, clerk (S F), res 1707 Lincoln 
LAWRIE & SCHRAMM (A G Lawrie and A M Schramm), 

searchers of records, NE cor Fifth and Broadway 
Laws F U, inspector and marine engineer, res 1368 Tenth 
Lawson A, carpenter G'PRR Yards, res 1804 Seventh 
Lawson Alex C (Morgan & Lawson), res 1219 Eleventh ave 
Lawson Andrew, hostler Shattuck Stable, res 457 Eighth 
Lawson Lulu Miss, res 1809 William 
Lawson Wm, laborer, res 121 Hannah 
Lawson Wm, manager Bank of British North America (S F), res 

779 Eighth 
Lawton Israel (Lawton & Lawton), res 1207 Castro 
Lawton James, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lawton Wm D (Lawton & Lawton), and notary public, 957 

Broadway, room 5, res 1207 Castro 
LAWTON & LAWTON (Israel and Wm D Lawton), attorneys-at- 

law, 957 Broadway, room 5 
Lawyer P Mrs, boarding and lodging, 517 Ninth 
Lawyer Perry, carpenter, res 517 JSinth 

Lay Anson, upholsterer with Lyonfc Kinsey, res 1222 Broadway 
Layton Chas A, hostler with Geo C Hunt, res 508£ Fifteenth 



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Layton Helen J Mrs, boarding-house, 1803 Seventh 

Lazaroni Joseph, vegetable dealer, res 419 Second 

Lazarus Louis, groceries and fruits, 1250 Center, res same 

Lea Harry, carpenter, res 010 Fifth 

Leach Camilla, teacher drawing Snell's Seminary, res same 

Leach Frank, laundryman, res 1371 Fifteenth 

Leach Harriet M Mrs, saleslady with Taft & Pennoyer, res 1352 

Franklin 
Leach H M, jeweler, res 1352 Franklin 

Leach John, plumber with James Wilson & Co, res SE cor Jack- 
son and Eighth 
Leach John, telegraph operator CPRR, res 1003 Pine 
Leach John H, deputy assessor, res 1003 Pine 
Leach Stephen W. singing teacher, res Clinton House, cor East 

Twelfth -and Sixth ave 
Leach Z C, carpenter, res 1779 Goss 
Leake Benjamin T, manufacturer toilet soap, 1313 West 
Leake Henry A, attorney-at-law, room 6, 957 Broadway, res 614 

Thirteenth 
Leake John, brick mason, res San Pablo ave nr Fortieth, Temes- 

cal 
Learn Robert B, dentist, res 1120 Third ave 
Leary John, peddler, res 1015 Seventh 
Leary Katie, laundress, Contra Costa Laundry 
Leavell E T, carpenter, res 685 Thirty-fourth 
Leavenworth Randolph, clerk with W C Mason, res 301 East 

Twelfth 
Leavitt Annie L Miss, res 1000 Peralta 
Leavitt Charles C, adjuster duties custom house (S F), res 1000 

Peralta 
Leavitt Diana S, private boarding-house, 1157 Franklin 
Leavitt Frank W, pressman with Carlos White (S F), res 811 

Eleventh 
Leavitt J B, job printer Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 724 

Twenty-iirst 
Leavitt J B Mrs, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 724 

Twenty -first 
Leavitt William, messenger custom house (S F), res 1000 Peralta 
Leavitt Wm, carpenter, res 811 Eleventh 
Leavy M J, passenger and ticket agent C & N W R R, res NE 

cor Broadway and Seventh 
Le Ballister Thomas \V, sawyer East Oakland Planing Mill, res 

402 East Twelfth 
Lebeouf Francis, iron moulder, res 7G2 Jefferson 
Leber Albert L, clerk with Bart Morgan & Co, res 660 East 

Eighteenth 
Leber Charles, tanner, res 660 East Eighteenth 



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Leber Katie Miss, seamstress, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber Laura Miss, seamstress, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber Louis, carpenter, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Leber William, printer, res 660 East Eighteenth 

Lebrecht William (Galvin & Lebrecht), res cor Sixteenth and Tel- 
egraph ave 

Leckie Robert S, deputy assessor, res 1104 Broadway 

Le Clair Alfred, laborer Remillard Brick Manufacturing Co, res 
1206 Thirtieth 

Le Clair Theodore, teamster with J W Fleming, res 1206 Thirti- 
eth 

Lecler John F, gardener, res 423 Second 

Ledden J F, telegraph operator CPRR, res 861 Harrison 

Ledden M C, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Lee Alice T Miss, assistant teacher Lafayette School, res 527 Fred- 
erick 

Lee Ann J Mrs, res 816 East Fifteenth 

Lee Annie, domestic, 1253 San Pablo ave 

Lee B F, real estate, res Blake House 

Lee D C, bootblack stand (S F), res 2046 Chestnut 

Lee Edward W, dentist, res 816 East Fifteenth 

Lee Hamilton, rector Church of the Advent, res 1305 Twelfth 
ave 

Lee Harriet J Mrs, assistant Cole School, res 527 Frederick 

Lee Henry, sign painter, res 371 Eleventh 

Lee Henry C, res 527 Frederick 

Lee John, president California Hosieiy Co, res S F 

Lee Leon A, porter, res 816 Henry 

Lee Lewis A, mechanical dentist, 62 Sutter (S F), res 816 East 
Fifteenth 

Lee P W, meat market, 1321 and 1323 San Pablo ave, res cor 
Sixteenth and San Pablo 

Lee Thomas, laborer, res 1823 Taylor 

Lee Win H, foreman Oakland Planing Mills, res 567 Third 

Lee Wm J, painter with J J Hannan, res 1322 Thirteenth ave 

Leet Samuel, clerk with Stevenson & Tower, res 476 East Four 
teenth 

Leet Samuel T, miner, res 476 East Fourteenth 

Lefever Cyrus, civil engineer, res cor Chestnut and Thirty-fourth 

Le Fever O P, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Lefevere Charles, boatman, res s s First bet Clay and Jefferson 

Le Fevre Clara Mrs. res 832 Alice 

Lefewe Peter, car driver, res San Pablo ave bet Thirty-sixth and 
Thirtv -seventh 

LEFFINGWELL JAMES S> surgeon and homeopathic physician, 
office 1113 Broadway, rooms 20 and 21, res same 

Lefort Edward, bookkeeper, res 811 Twenty-eighth 

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Lefort Edward John, res 811 Twenty-eighth 

Le Fort L E Mrs, janitress Durant School 

Legler G T, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Legler Henry T, physician, office Oakland Bank Building, res 758 

Sixth 
Le Grand Charles, sailor, res 420 First 
Le Grand Lizzie Mrs, res 420 First 
Lehing F Mrs, res 1678 Pacific 
Lehmann B J Mrs, res 686 Sycamore 
Lehmann Henry G, boot and shoemaker, 1174 Broadway, res 

1944 Filbert 
Lehmkuhl H H C, porter (S F), res 1615 Seward 
Lehmkuhl Lueder, cigar manufacturer, 614 East Twelfth, res 

same 
Lehn C, brakeman CPRR, res 905 East Fourteenth 
Lehn Charles, tanner, res 905 East Fourteenth 
Lehn Louis, tanner, res 1114 Eighteenth ave 
Lehrbass Richard, saloon keeper. 919 Seventh, res same 
Lehureux Peter, porter (S F), res 330 East Eighth 
Leichenstine Benjamin, tailor with Brown & McKinnon, res 1159 

Seventh 
Leighou Clarence W, painter, res 1373 Fifteenth 
Leighton A T Mrs, matron Homeopathic Dispensary, 1057 Alice 
Leighton Thomas A, carpenter (S F), res 1012 Pine 
Leimert Louis, NW cor Valdez and Twenty-third 
Leishman Jessie Miss, clerk with Mrs Ellen Norman, res 579 

Third 
Leist Charles, bookkeeper Oakland Jute Mill, res 1668 Thirteenth 

ave 
Leitch David, laborer CPRR Yards, res 173 Eighth 
Lejon O S, laborer, res 814 Wood 
Lejon S, laborer, res 814 Wood 
Lekgoat Louis, gardener, res 363 Third 
Lelfoid Thomas, fireman CPRR, res 1722 Pacific 
Lelievre A, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Lemery Nellie Miss, res 1316 Eighth 
Lemey Geo, carpenter, res 1676 Twelfth 
Lemieux Charles, engineer, res cor East Twelfth and Twenty-first 

ave 
Lemmle George, peddler, res 1827 Adeline 
Lemmon Ambrose, marble rubber with Win Collins, res terminus 

Webster ave 
Lemmon Thomas, res 1221 Harrison 
Lemoge Joseph, bootmaker, 470 Eighth 

Lemoge Joseph P, salesman with Porter Bros & Co, res 570 Six- 
teenth 
Lemon Florence Miss, teacher, res 624 Seventeenth 



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Lemon James M, railroad contractor, res 624 Seventeenth 
Lemon John, res 624 Seventeenth 

Lemon John G, botanist and microscopist, res 1205 Franklin 
Lemon Joseph F, paperhanger with McGovern & Cahill, res 

1431 Filbert 
Lemon Josephine Miss, assistant Lafayette School, res 624 Seven- 
teenth 
Lemon M A Mrs, drugs, 706 Broadway, res same 
Lemon Margaret, res 1059 East Sixteenth 
Lemon May Miss, res 624 Seventeenth 
Lemp Charles H, commercial traveler with Wilmerding & Co 

(S F), res 1213 Franklin 
Lendigrin Lewis, laborer CPRR Yards 
Lener Caroline Mrs, 863 Clay 
Lener Sophia Miss, sewing, res 863 Clay 
Lenfkin C E, laborer CPRR 

Lenger Reinhold, with Jacob Strahle (S F), res 911 Seventh 
Lenkenslen William, engineer Oakland Sanitarium, res 1920 Sev- 
enth 
Lennon Patrick, laborer, res 473 Twenty-fifth 
Lennox Henry, waiter with Crebbin & Walker, res 1209 Union 
Lennox R D, clerk custom house (S F), res 1559 Eighth 
LENOX E H & SON (E Hand E P Lenox), wood and coal, 

557-561 East Fourteenth 
LENOX E H (E H Lenox & Son), res 518 East Eighteenth 
LENOX E P (E H Lenox & Son), res 518 East Eighteenth 
Le Noir Nathaniel L, bookkeeper (S F), res 813 Brush 
LENTELL JAMES, harness and saddlery, 469 and 471 Four- 
teenth, res 773 Fifth 
Lentell J N, draughtsman, 1004 Broadway, res 412 Fourteenth 
Lentell Sarah E, res 2220 Adeline 
Lentkey George H, salesman (8 F), res 1255 Alice 
Lenz William, groceries, 216 Second, res same 
Lenz William, printer, res 716 Webster- 
Leon George T, engineer C P R R, res 1219 Chestnut 
Leon Joseph M, laborer, res 602 Webster 
Leon Katie Miss, res 1219 Chestnut 
Leonard Annie, domestic, 672 Eighteenth 
Leonard Chas, ship caulker, res 1728 Thirteenth 
Leonard Edward P, fresco painter, res 629 Fourteenth 
Leonard George A, stock-dealer, res 668 Sixteenth 
Leonard George M, milling, res 2226 Grove 
Leonard Gertrude L Miss,' res 2226 Grove 
Leonard Hattie E Miss, fancy work, res 672 Sixteenth 
Leonard Herbert M, clerk (S F), res 629 Fourteenth 
Leonard Hugh, laborer, res 2029 West 
Leonard James, laborer, res New York Hotel 



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Leonard James, stone mason, res 1315 West 

Leonard Jennie M Mrs, res 2226 Grove 

Leonard Josiah, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Leonard Lillie E Miss, res 818 Alice 

Leonard Mary C, res 629 Fourteenth 

Leonard Patrick, laborer, Perry, Oakland Heights 

Leonard Richard, cook, res 701 Twenty-seventh 

Leonard Terrance, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Leonard T P, brakeman CPRR, res 818 Alice 

Leonard Willard A, clerk, res 629 Fourteenth 

Leonard William, laborer, res 837 Thirtieth 

Leonhard Frederick W, cooper, res Bay nr William 

Leonhardt Metha Mrs, res 916 Kirkham 

Leoppold Joseph, watchman City Hall, res 1729 Fourteenth 

Lepont Ferdinand, laborer, res 701 Clay 

Le Prince Peter, car driver, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-fourth 

and Forty-fifth, Temescal 
Le Protti Sis to, laundry, 1515 San Pablo ave, res same 
Lercher J Mrs, piano tuner, 956 Broadway 
Lercher Joseph, music teacher, 956 Franklin 
Le Boy Elizabeth J, domestic, 656 Fourteenth 
Lerri Joseph J & Co (J J Lerri), carpet layer, 363 Thirteenth, res 

2241 Adeline 
Lesher Charles, collector, 859 Broadway, room 20 and 22, res 921 

Broadway 
Lesser Isaac, shoemaker, res 1560 West 

Lester Frank, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Lester George E, res 863 Cedar 
Lester House, Mrs M A Waite propr, 529 Eighth 
Lester Octavia P Mrs, music teacher, res 762 Brush 
Le Strange Kate, domestic, 714 Fourteenth 
Letfond John, assistant with D Hughes, res 1722 Pacific 
Letroadec Julian, salesman with Frank Edwards (S F), res 1566 

Seventh 
Letter George, clerk with Jacob Letter, res 1019 Clay 
Letter Jacob, clothing, 1001 Broadway, res 1019 Clay 
Le Vanway William A, musician, res Thirteenth bet Washington 

and Broadway 
Level E T, wheelwright, res 685 Thirty-fourth 
Level James, res 685 Thirty-fourth 
Level Louis E, pianomaker, res 685 Thirty-fourth 
Levens Basil W, real estate, res 2102 Telegraph ave 
Levensaler Raymond L, clerk, res 1021 Ninth ave 
Leverett Edward J, hunter of wild game, res 1903 West 
Levi B C, fireman CPRR 
Levi Imogene R Mrs, res 1778 Eighth 
Levi Maier, salesman, res 860 Brush 

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Levy Adolph S, capitalist, res 1317 Fourteenth 
Levy Barney J Mrs, res 571 Thirty-sixth 
Levy Harry, clerk with David Hauser, res 306 Tenth 
Levy Henry, bookkeeper with Christian Schreiber, res 667 Wash- 
ington 
Levy He.iry, captain Co C Third Infantry 
Levy Isaac G, insurance broker (S F), res 565 Twenty-second 
Levy Julia, res 306 Tenth 
Levy Meyer (M Levy & Co), res 306 Tenth 
Levy M & Co (estate of Morris Levy and Louis Lissner), loan office, 

914 Broadway 
Levy M S Rev, rabbi First Hebrew Congregation, res 860 Brush 
Levy Ray Miss, saleslady with M H Coffee, res 306 Tenth 
Levy Wm, tailor, res 858 Franklin 
Levy Wolf, tailor, 41 6|- Eighth, res 858 Franklin 
Lewin Isaac, tailor with Reuter & Hansen, res 654 Clay 
Lewin Isadore, tailor, res 654 Clay 
Lewin Israel, tiilor, 471 Seventh, res 577 Third 
Lewis Addie Miss, res 1318 Tenth 
Lewis B, clerk, res Ross House 
Lewis Charles, cook with Spiars & Welti, res SW cor Washington 

and Tenth 
Lewis Charles L, clerk with J Cushing & Co, res 409 Ninth 
Lewis Columbus R (C R Lewis & Co), res 1453 Brush 
LEWIS C R & CO (Columbus R Lewis), produce and commission, 

467 Eleventh 
Lewis David, traveling agent, res 765 Fifth 
Lewis David, res 1008 Wood 
Lewis Edward, assistant jailor County Jail 
Lewis Eugene F. conductor C P R R, res 730 Peralta 
Lewis Eugene F (Lewis & Webb), res 1813 Taylor 
Lewis Frank, sectionhand C P R R, res 1716 Pacific 
Lewis Frederick A, salesman with W F Batchelder, res 828 Web- 
ster 
Lewis George, traveling agent, res 765 Fifth 
Lewis George Jr, driver Oakland Fire Department, res 619 East 

Fourteenth + 

Lewis George B, salesman with Salinger Bros, res Galindo Hotel 
Lewis Guilford H, salesman with Salinger Bros, res 727 Filbert 
Lewis John, candy peddler, res 1659 Pacific 
Lewis John, lumber (S F), res 310 Fifth 

Lewis Joseph C, carriage painter with Josiah Lewis, res 370 Sixth 
Lewis Jor.eph F, salesman with J Letter, res 503 Eleventh 
Lewis Josiah, carriage painter, 368 and 370 Sixth 
Lewis Lillie Mrs, res 567 Eighth 

Lewis-Oliver C, soapmaker with Lanz Bros, res 911 Third 
Lewis Robert, tinner C P R R, res 947 Willow 




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Lewis Robert, varnisher (S F), res 973 Washington 

Lewis Solomon jeweler, 841 Broadway, res 765 Fifth 

Lewis T F, nursery agent, res La Clede House, 1116 Broadway 

Lewis Thomas, carriagemaker with C C Buffett, res 518 Eighth 

Lewis Vincent, sectionman CPRK, res 709 Chester 

Lewis Westley, laborer (S F), res 1104 Wo;>d 

Lewis William A (Franke & Lewis), res 697 Sj'camore 

Lewis & Webb (E F Lewis and J H Webb), saloon, 1840 Seventh 

Lewthwaite Alexander, manager with S P Taylor & Co, res 1366 

Fifth ave 
Lewthwaite Clara Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 

1366 Fifth ave 
Leyner Christina Mrs, liquor saloon, 1362 Center 
Lhote H C. insurance agent, res 1009 Chester (S F) 
Liberty Bakery, Henry Weber proprietor, SW cor Telegraph 

ave ami Forty -fifth, Temescal 
Liberty Lodge No 35, K of P, meets at Masonic Hall, cor Seventh 

and Willow 
Lichtenberger Charles, Oakland Pickle Works, res 710 Fourth 
Lichtenstein Bernard, cutter with Brown & McKinnon, res 1159 

Seventh 
Liddicoat John, millhand Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1940 

Union 
LIEBIMNN LOUIS (Bennison, Liebmann & Co), res 856 Brush 
Liese Annie M Mrs, res 763 East Twelfth 
Lieviux Charles, cook, res 560 Second 
Liftchild Miss, music teacher, res 756 Seventh 
Liftchild Judge, machinist, res 756 Seventh 
Lightbody Hamilton, student, res 480 Merrimac 
Ligon A, laborer C P R R Ship Yard 
Liliencrantz A, physician, office 969 Broadway, room 53, res 

Piedmont 
Linahan Daniel, laborer, res 307 Second 
Linchecomb Harriet E Mrs, i-es 830 Jefferson 
Lincoln Grammar School, T O Crawford principal, cor Tenth and 

Alice 
Lincoln Horatio D, railroad foreman C P R R, res 1456 Twelfth 
Lincoln Joseph S, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 807 Willow 
LINDEMAN HENRY (Johnson & Lindeman), res cor Grove and 

Thirty-ninth 
Lindenbaum Meyer, furniture, 834 Broadway, res 408 Fifth 
Lindenbaum Morris, furniture, res 408 Fifth 
Linderman J, teamster with Barstow & Garber, res 360 Second 
Lindgren Louis G, laborer, res 1639 Market 
Lindsay John, painter, 1117 Thirteenth ave, res cor Eleventh ave 

and Sixteenth 
Lindsey , 1374 Sixteenth 

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Lindsey Mrs, ladies' nurse and midwife, res 602 East Twelfth 
Lindsev James \V (Lindsey & Thompson), res 1564 Seventh 
LINDSEY & THOMPSON (Jam'es W Lindsey and John Thomp- 
son, painters and paperhangers and dealers in wall paper, 
1564 Seventh 
Linehan Joseph W, laborer, res 703 Twenty-eighth 
Linnane Patrick, laborer, res 1666 Third « 

LINN F00> Chinese and Japanese fancy goods, 465 Twelfth 
Linnihan Daniel, laborer, re? 307 Second 
Linsden Annie, domestic, 1664 Nineteenth ave 
Lion Henry, res 1560 Telegraph ave 

Lion Leopold, salesman with Greenhood & Moran, res 1560 Tele- 
graph ave 
Lion Samuel, employe U S Mint (S F), res 1560 Telegraph ave 
Lippincott A E Mrs, res 70 East Twelfth 
Lippmann Abraham, dry and fancy goods and boots and shoes, 

903 and 905 Broad wa}-, res 1157 Alice 
Lissner L, clerk with M Levy & Co, res 261 Eighth 
Lissner Louis (M Levy & Co), res 261 Eighth > 

Lister Archibald, train dispatcher C P R R, res 813 Adeline 
Litchfield John C, machinist, res 1369 Tenth 
Littell C P, plumber (S F), res 1670 Seward 
Little Chas E, money order clerk post-office, res 1228 Broadway 
Little Frank, apprentice, res 2204 Market 
Little James A, apprentice, res 2204 Market 
Little Joseph H, clerk C P R R 

Little J R (H P Graves & Co), res cor Twelfth and Alice 
Little S A Mrs, res 2204 Market 

Little Samuel, turner East Oakland Planing Mill, res 581 Cale- 
donia ave 
Little William C (Taylor & Co), res Broadway nr Moss ave 
Littlefield Charles A, contractor and builder, res 577 Sycamore 
Littlefield J A, salesman, res 254 East Seventeenth 
Littlejohn Edward H, engineer C P R R, res 960 Eighth 
Littlejohn G H, conductor C P R R, res Berkelev 
Littlejohn J W, fireman C P R R 

Littlejohn Lillie Miss, artist, studio 1003J Broadway, res Berkeley 
LIVE CASH MARKET, E Amann proprietor, 718 Webster 
Live Oak Lodge No 17, K of P, meets 1056 Broadway 
Live Oak Lodge No 61, F & A M, John C Marsh secretary, meets 

at Masonic Temple 
Livermore Charles, capitalist, res Rockridge bet McAdam and 

Broadway 
Livermore H P (S F), res Rockridge bet McAdam and Broadway 
Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co, John H Troy 

agent, 457 Ninth 
Livingston Geo H, brakeman C P R R, res 428 East Fourteenth 



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Livingston John, shipping merchant (S F), res 58 East Twelfth 

Lloyd Alfred, tinsmith, res 88*] Cedar 

Lloyd Alice Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 1528 West 

Lloyd Charles E (Beardsley & Lloyd), res 664 Eleventh 

Lloyd C R, res 404 East Sixteenth 

Lloyd W R, machinist C P R R Shops, res Central Hotel 

l!loyd W S, machinist, res Central Hotel 

Loch August, teamster, res 1615 Market 

Lock Z, expressman, res 1707 William 

Locke Abraham, pile driver C P R R, res 818 Henry 

Locke A H Mrs, res 418 Twelfth 

Locke Edwin C, baggage master C P R R, res 774 Eleventh 

Locke Frank L, miller, res 1725 Twelfth 

Lockett R R, porter Pullman Palace Car Co, res 714 Third 

Lockhart A G, contractor and builder, res 1717 Filbert 

Lockran Charles, brakeman C P R R, res 812 Twentieth 

Lockwood F S, laborer C P R R 

Loder Frank, employe with Stilwell & Son, res 512 Eighteenth 

Loder Martin, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 

Loeber Herman, bookkeeper, res 775 Twenty-second 

Loeper Charles, brass finisher, res 1405 Thirteenth 

Loeper Wilhelmina Mrs, res 804 Franklin 

Loescke Charles, gardener, res Forty-second nr Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Loesh John, tailor with Greenhood & Moran, res n s Minna east 

of Telegraph ave 
Loewen Mathias, shoemaker with George Dressier, res East 

Oakland Hotel 
Lofland W 0, insurance agent (S F), res cor Madison and 

Ninth 
Logan Charles, waiter with M Furniss, res 510 Eighth 
Logan James M, clerk, res 369 Eleventh 
Logan Jane Mrs, res 709 Harrison 
Logan John, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Logan John, workman Judson Manufacturing Co, res Spring nr 

Adeline, Temescal 
Logan John R, stone cutter, res 369 Eleventh 
Logan Oliver C (Logan & Savage), res Fruit Vale 
Logan Robert, stone cutter, res 369 Eleventh 
LOGAN & SAVAGE (O C Logan and W R Savage), real estate 

and loan agents, 481 Ninth 
Logue Patrick, laborer, res 242 Helen 
Lohman Fannie E Mrs, res 1387 Madison 
Lohrmann John, pickle factory (S F), res 866 Chester 
Lohse E M, salesman with H C Newby, res cor Ninth and Ches- 

Lohse Paul (Taylor & Lohse), res 1262 Webster 



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Lohsen Geo H, laborer, res cor Forty-first and Linden, Temescal 
Lohsen John H, laborer, res cor Forty-first and Linden, Temescal 
Lohsen Nicholas, laborer, res cor Forty-first and Linden, Temescal 
Lombard Chas L (Lombard & White), res 1366 San Pablo 
Lombard & White (Chas L Lombard and James White), managers! 

Pioneer Planing Mill, SW cor First and Broadway 
London and Lancashire Insurance Co of Liverpool, V W Gaskill 

agent, 466 Ninth 
London and Northwestern Fire Insurance Co, H Griffin agent, 

958 Broadway 
London Sophie, res 224 Twelfth 
Loney Arch, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Long Alice P Miss, employe California Hose Factory, res 1786 

Taylor 
Long Daniel, compositor Oakland Times, res 619 Magnolia 
Long Emery M, store-keeper CPRR, res 768 Pine 
Long James, porter (S F), res 952 Willow 
Long James, saloon, 1833 Seventh 

Long John, watchman CPRR Yards, res 619 Magnolia 
Long Levy H, contractor and mill builder, res 811 Henry 
Long Mary Mrs, res 819 Lydia 
Long Mary A Mrs, res 1786 Taylor 
Long William, butcher, 1753 Seventh, res 1709 Seventh 
Longbein Peter, teamster Renton Coal Co, res Winter's Hotel 
Longe Marcell, bakery, 617 Broadway 
Longfield Joseph, carpenter, res 1654 Sixteenth 
Longhurst Sarah, res Moss ave bet New Broadway and Tele- 
graph ave 
Look Chas R (Davis & Look), res Redwood Road, Fruit Vale 
Loomis Henry, laborer CPRR, res 831 Willow 
Loomis John, painter with J T Gardiner, res 418 Twelfth 
Lopes Manuel, res 620 East Twelfth 
Lopez Manual M, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 102 

Louisa 
Lorch Louis, res 1453 Seventh 
Lorch Matthew, boots and shoes, 1453 Seventh 
Lord Emeline Mrs, dressmaker, res cor Fortieth and San Pablo 
Lord Emeline Miss, dressmaker with Mrs E W Johnson, res San' 

Pablo ave nr Thirty-sixth 
Lord Joseph, moulder, res cor Fortieth and San Pablo 
Lord Kate J Mrs, dressmaker, res 1201 Franklin 
Lord Oliver, carpenter, res 1201 Franklin 
Lorenc Fred, butcher with M Rosenberg, res 754 Sixteenth 
Lorenzen Lorenz, clerk with Geo & Jas Wallace, res 769 

Lydia 
Lorenzo Delucchi, gardener, res Humboldt ave nr Merced ave, 

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Loretz Jacob, confectioner with William J F Laage, res 470 

Eighth 
Loretz Lewis, laborer, res Forty-fourth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove, Temescal 
LORING GEO Y. superintendent Oakland Railroad Co, res 1054 

Tenth 
Loring Maria L, res 1220 Castro 
Lorguin E F, taxidermist, res 2118 Elm 
Lorguin Henry, taxidermist, res 2118 Elm 
Lorguin Louise Miss, res 2118 Elm 

Lothrop J B, mining superintendent, res 257 Second • 

Loubecker Louise Miss, folder Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

717 Twelfth 
Loud H A, barber, res 1112 Eleventh ave 
Loud Warren, saloon, NE cor Seventh and Wood, res 1767 

Goss 
Lougee Chas H, wrecker and submarine driver, res 1513 Eighth 
Lough Harry S, butcher with F Becker, res Sixth bet Clay and 

Washington 
Loughlin Chas, brakeman CPRR, res 812 Twentieth 
Louis Antone, laborer, res 617 East Seventeenth 
Louis Chas, cook with Spiars & Welti, res SW cor Tenth and 

Washington 
Louis M, res cor East Eighth and Third ave 
Louter John, laborer Oakland Gas Works, res 565 Second 
Love Joseph W, gardener, res 485 Twenty -sixth 
Love Wm H, carpenter, res 485 Twenty-sixth 
Loveland Frank L, carpenter CPRR, res 1769 Goss 
Loveland John F, porter (S F), res 1719 Goss 
Lovett John P, tailor, res 1858 Short 
Lovett Mary, domestic, 1458 Broadway 
Lovett Wm B, physician, 632 East Twelfth, res 1076 East 

Twenty -fourth 
Lovett Wm E, clerk with Steer & Colb}^, res 1311 Sixteenth ave 
Low Frederick G, bookkeeper with Bowen & Co, res 454 Twenty- 
sixth 
Low Frederick P, plumber, res 454 Twenty-sixth 
Low John P, rancher, res 454 Twenty-sixth 
Lowden Samuel, superintendent California Fire and Waterproof 

Paint Co, res 971 Center 
Lowlen William H, insurance (S F), res 971 Center 
Lowe John R, machinist, res 1408 Fifteenth 
Lowell A J (Lowell & Co), res Alvarado 
Lowell Frank, car repairer CPRR Yards 
Lowell Frank, carpenter, res 864 Campbell 
Lowell Nathan R (Eagle & Lowell), warehouse (S F), res NE cor 

Sixteenth and West 



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Lowell Salo L Miss, private teacher, res NE cor Sixteenth and 

West 
Lowell & Co (A J Lowell), stoves and tinware, 474 Twelfth 
Lowenberg R 1, res 570 Fifteenth 
Loyn Chas, brewer, res 621 Broadway 

Loyn Hattie Miss, photographic retoucher, res 621 Broadway 
Loyn Oscar, laborer, res 621 Broadway 
Loze Cora, nurse, res 831 Seventeenth 

Loze Louise Madame, teacher music and languages, res 831 Seven- 
teenth 
Lozier Albert, grocer, 867 Wood, res 1725 Goss 
Lubbock O, conductor C P R R, res cor Railroad ave and 

Walnut 
Lucas Constant J, painter, Franklin bet Fifth and Sixth, res s s 

Twelfth opp Lake Merritt 
Lucas Geo W, brakeman C P R R, res 764 East Seventeenth 
Lucas L W, brakeman C P R R, res Central Hotel 
Lucas Thos J, brakeman C P R R, res Central Hotel 
Lucas Val, carpenter, res East Seventeenth nr Sixteenth ave 
LUCE GEO J dentist, 514 Tenth, res same 
Luce Tarlton C, carpenter, res 415 Seventh 
Lucey Margaret, domestic, 1135 Myrtle 

Luchenbill John, baker with Schley Bros, res 770 East Twelfth 
Luckey John F, res e s Telegraph ave bet Temescal and Birch, 

Temescal 
Lucy James, bartender with Driscoll Bros, res 753 Campbell 
Ludeman John, with Barstow & Garber, res SE cor Thirteenth 

and Franklin 
Ludlow Chas H, car repairer C P R R, res 1165 Sixteenth ave 
Ludlow Wm B, master car repairer C P R R, res 1614 Eighth 
Ludwick Catherine, domestic, 1501 Telegraph ave 
Ludwig Barbara Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 806 East Fourteenth 
Ludwig Knapp, shoemaker, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-second 

and Forty-third, Temescal 
Ludwig L E Miss, res 619 East Nineteenth 
Ludwig Wm, barber with H Chanaron, res NE cor Sixteenth 

ave and Fourteenth 
Ludwig Zacharias, cabinetmaker, res 806 East Fourteenth 
Luecke Eliza W Miss (Miss F M Reed & Co), res 778 Ninth 
Lufkin Chas E, baggage master C P R R, res 949 Wood 
Luhr Wm F A, bartender with E Kohler, res 1518 Fifth 
Luhrs J H, saloon keeper, res cor Eighth ave and East Twelfth 
Lukens Edward G, agent Vigorit Powder Co (S F), res 1 59 

Fourteenth 
Lukes Luke, miller Samm's Mills, res 715 Jefferson 
Lumbard C C, collector Golden Gate Flour Mill (S ¥), res 360 

East Sixteenth 



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Lumley Joshua, canvasser, res 836 Broadway 

Lumsden John E, commercial traveler, res 569 East Seventeenth 

Lumsden Samuel, boot manufacturer, 373 Seventh 

Luna Mrs C A, confectionery, 1016 Willow, res same 

Lund Hans, clerk with M G Lund, res 1555 Eighth 

Lund James, carpenter, res Webster north of Moss ave 

Lund Marianas C, commission merchant (S F), res 1555 Eighth 

Lund Peter E (Leamier & Lund), res 1270 Campbell 

Lund Wm, res 778 Ninth 

Lundin Geo H, upholsterer, res Fortieth nr Grove 

Lundin John, upholsterer, res Fortieth nr Grove 

Lundlard August, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Lundquist E, watchmaker, res 1415 Eighteenth 

Lunt Addie R Miss, bookbinder Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 
718 Twelfth 

Lunt Chas M, printer, res 914 Pine 

Lusk Albert M (J Lusk & Son), res Temescal 

Lusk Canning Go, Claremont ave bet Summer and Clifton, 
Temescal 

Lusk Horace B (LP Lusk & Co), res e s Telegraph bet Forty- 
sixth and Forty-seventh, Temescal 

Lusk Josiah (J Lusk & Son), res Temescal 

LUSK J & SON (Josiah and Albert M Lusk), nurserymen, office 
472 Ninth 

Lusk Louis P (L P Lusk & Co), res e s Telegraph bet Forty-sixth 
and Forty-seventh, Temescal 

Lusk L P & Co (Louis P and Horace B Lusk), wood, coal, and 
proprietors feed stable, e s Telegraph ave bet Linden and 
Temescal 

Lusk's Nursery, J Lusk proprietor, Forty-fifth nr San Pablo ave, 
Temescal 

Lussier Louis 0, artist, res 1719 Lincoln 

LUTGEN CHAS F. expert accountant, 308 California (S F), res 
1012 Fourteenth 

Lutgen Herman, laborer C P R R, res 1421 Thirteenth 

Lutgen Julius C, clerk with J J Mack & Co (S F), res 1012 
Fourteenth 

Luth Chas, mail carrier, res 1114 Seventh ave 

Luth Louisa Mrs, res 1114 Seventh ave 

Luther Leonard, driver Contra Costa Laundry, res 1423 Six- 
teenth 

Luther Lizzie Mrs, housekeeper, res 1773 Goss 

LUTTRELL HIRAM A (E J Kelly & Co), res 416 Seventh 

Luty Frederick E, mining and real estate (S F), res 1244 
Poplar 

Lux Luke, head miller with Samm & Co, res 1913 Jefferson 

Luyties L, clerk Judson Manufacturing Co, res 674 Thirty-fifth 

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Lydiksen G, carpenter Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1373 Twelfth 

Lyman John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1635. 
Magnolia 

Lynch , night watchman C P R R, res 612J East Twelfth 

Lynch David J, res 1737 Market 

Lynch Eugene, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 702 Webster 

Lynch G T, res 740 Myrtle 

Lynch Henry J, tinsmith with Holbrook, Stetson & Co, res 733 
Filbert 

Lynch Henry J Jr, tinker, res 733 Filbert 

Lynch Ida M Miss, Pacific Coast Purchasing Agency, and assist- 
ant Cole School, res 562 Eighth 

Lynch James, car repairer C P R R Yards, res 579 East Twelfth 

Lynch James F, salesman (S F), res 733 Filbert 

Lynch John, distributor Contra Costa Laundry 

LYNCH JOHN, Golden Gate Wood and Coal Yard, SW cor Elev- 
enth and Harrison, res 315 Eleventh 

Lynch John, liquor saloon, 1457 Seventh, res same 

Lynch John, yardman with A J Mason, res 165 Second 

Lynch Kate, domestic, 1263 Harrison 

Lynch M F Mrs, res 562 Eighth 

Lynch Patrick, cartman, res 835 Seventeenth 

Lynch Peter J, gardener, res 721 Filbert 

Lynch T G Miss, res 740 Myrtle 

Lynch Thomas, laborer, res 312 Tenth 

Lynch Timothy, blacksmith, res 1737 Market 

Lynch W F B, County Board of Education, office Court House, 
res Centerville 

Lynde C J Mrs, res 358 East Sixteenth 

Lynde G W Mrs, res 358 East Sixteenth 

Lynde Mattie Miss, teacher telegraphy Oakland Business College, 
res 358 East Sixteenth 

Lyne Mary Mrs, res 211 Third 

Lyon B W, carpenter C P R R Yards, res 1623 Taylor 

Lyon John L (Lyon & Kinsey), res 804 Twelfth 

Lyon Odin, laborer C P R R Yards, res 814 Wood 

Lyon Simeon G, fireman C P R R, res 954 Wood 

Lyon Swain, laborer C P R R Yards, res 814 Wood 

Lyon Wm P, teacher Oakland High School, res 804 Central ave 

LYON & KINSEY (J L Lyon and C W Kinsey), auctioneers and 
furniture dealers, 912-916 Washington 

Lyons H H, physician, cor Eleventh and Alice, res same 

Lyons James, shoemaker, res 660 Adeline 

Lyons James B, fireman C P R R, res 660 Adeline 

Lyons John, laborer, res 814 Willow 

Lyons John, oiler C P R R Yards, res 1221 Magnolia 

Lyons Joseph, clerk with G L Mix, res 1014 Webster 




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Lyons Margaret Miss, res 660 Adeline 

Lyons Mary Miss, tailoress, res 660 Adeline 

Lyons P, laborer CPRR 

Lyons S G, engineer CPRR, res 879 Cedar 

Lyons Thos F, machinist (S F), res 660 Adeline 

Lyons Wm, res 1053 Alice 

Lyons Wm, res 617 Ninth 

Lytle John A (Cleveland & Lytle), res 1674 Eighth 



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Mabrey Wilson L, physician, res 834 Wood 

Mac Alpin Alexander C, apothecary with P J Riley, res Claren- 
don House 
Mac Cartney Harvey H painter, res 771 Seventh 
Mac Caulley John, fireman S P C R R, res 221 Second 
Mac Dermalt C F, capitalist, res Seventh bet Cypress and Center 
Macdonald A S, clerk with J H Macdonald, res 1316 Adeline 
Macdonald Donald, miner, res 2207 West 
Mac Donald James, stationery, res 942 Thirty-fourth 
MACDONALD J H, real estate, 470 Ninth, res 1316 Adeline 
Macdonald John A, clerk with J H Macdonald, res 1316 Adeline 
Mac Donald John M, res 484 Merrimac 
Mac Donald Leon, bookkeeper, res 942 Thirty-fourth 
Mac Donald Malcolm, contractor, res 484 Merrimac 
Mac Donald Wm, artificial stone worker, res Bartlett House 
Macdougall W J, professor of music, res 1229 Webster 
Mace Grace E Miss, res 627 Filbert 
Mace William Mrs, res 627 Filbert 
Macebo F, wiper CPRR shops, res 1672 Chase 
Macey Wm A, contractor, res 1860 Short 
Machado Clarimundo, barber with J M Rose, res 361 Third 
Machado Joseph T, expressman, res 1503 Curtis 
Machate Antone, capitalist, res 612A East Twelfth 
Machell Joseph, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 2303 

Peralta 
Machfaux David, tanner with Crist & Co, res Alameda 
Macholdt Adolph, wood turner, res 1421 Sixteenth 
Mack Annie Mrs, groceries and liquors, 1502 Third 



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Mack Helen Miss, res 1516 Broadway 

Mack Jane Miss, branch bakery, 1516 Broadway 

Mack Jeremiah, coachman, Vernon Heights 

Mack John, laborer, res 1502 Third 

Mack Mary C, teacher Snell's Seminary 

Mack Mary Mrs, bakery, 1516 Broadway 

Mack Patrick, laborer CPRR, res 1463 Thirteenth 

Mackenzie Thos, baker, res 371 Tenth 

Mackey John L, police officer, res 763 Jefferson 

Mackie E A Mrs, res Galindo Hotel 

Mackie J B, exchange and insurance (S F), res 958 Center 

Mackie J W, bookkeeper (S F), res 119 Tenth 

Mac Kinnon William H, machine agent, res 817 Twenty-first 

Mackison John J, carpenter, res 738 Linden 

Mackison Mary Miss, res 738 Linden 

Mackison Michael, carpenter, res 738 Linden 

Macklin Henry, laborer, res 914 Pine 

MACLISE JAMES, druggist, 1325 San Pablo ave cor Seventeenth 

Mac Pake James, teamster, res 691 Twenty-eighth 

Mac Pake Thomas, laborer, res 691 Twenty-eighth 

Mac Pherron J M, teacher Sackett School, res 529 Twenty -first 

MAC80RLEY ALEXANDER K> physician, magnetic treatment, 
vapor and electric baths, Central Block, 1068 Broadway 

Mac Tavish Kennetli, carpenter, res 1457 Grove 

Maculay Henry W P, miller, res 467 Seventh 

Macy David F, insurance agent (S F), res cor Fifteenth ave and 
East Eighteenth 

Madden Adelia Miss, teacher Menlo Park, res 857 Twenty- 
second 

Madden Agnes G Miss, assistant Cole School, res 1324 Mission 
(S F) 

Madden Frank, foreman Amador Marble Works, res John nr 
Webster 

Madden Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 857 Twenty-second 

Madden Michael, lather, res Summer nr Adeline 

Madden Thomas, stock dealer, res 857 Twenty-second 

Maddern Henry T, plumber, 311 Third, res same 

Maddern William, plumber, res 311 Third 

Madders Robert, bartender Amador Hotel, res terminus Web- 
ster ave 

Maddoch Oscar, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Maddock Lawrence, clerk with Michael Cleary, res 953 Webster 

Maddock Maurice, farmer, res 953 Webster 

Madeira Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 565 Eleventh 

Madeson G E, telegraph operator CPRR, res 306 Kearny (S F) 

Madigan James, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 230 
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Madigan Martin, shoemaker, res 1613 Magnolia 
Madigan Michael, blacksmith, res 102 Hannah 
Madolenca G, laundry man Contra Costa Laundry 
Madriga Atnasio, laborer, res West bet Forty-first and Forty- 
Second, Te mescal 
Madsen E A, carpenter, res 1314 Market 
Madsen Hans, sea captain, res 116 Ettie 
Madsen Julius A, carpenter and windmills, res 1314 Market 
Madsen Mads T, seaman, res 128 Ettie 
Madsen P, painter and grainer, res 830 Twenty-second 
Madsen Peter, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res 519 

Eighth 
Madssen Oliver, cooper, res 866 Eighteenth 
Magata Antone, laborer C P R R 

Magee John, boot and shoemaker, 868 Washington, res same 
Magee John, junk, 370 Second, res same 
MAGILL ROBERT H. general agent Home Mutual Insurance 

Co, res Alameda 
Magill Robert H Jr, bookkeeper Home Mutual Insurance Co, 

Alameda County Branch, res Alameda 
Maginnis John, laundryrnan Contra Costa Laundry 
Magner Cornelius, moulder, res 1616 Magnolia 
Magner Thomas, moulder, res 1616 Magnolia 
Magnes David, salesman with Gustave Abrahamson, res 569 

Tenth 
Maguire Frank, gardener, res American Restaurant 
Maguire Lizzie, domestic, 1533 San Pablo ave 
Maguire Nora, domestic, 1267 Twelfth ave 
Maguire Philip, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res West 

Berkeley 
Maguire William A, roller Pacific Nail Factory, res 962 

Third 
Mahan , roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 

House, Emery Station 
Mahan J H, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Mahar John F, news agent S P C R R, res 1167 Brush 
Mahar Wm, conductor C P R R, res 1167 Brush 
Maher Christopher, farmer, res McAdam nr Clifton 
Maher Kate, domestic Old Ladies' Home, Linden Lane, North 

Temescal 
Maher Maggie Miss, res McAdam nr Clifton 
Maher Mary Miss, res McAdam nr Clifton 
Maher Nellie, domestic, 613 Nineteenth 
Maher Sarah, domestic, 959 Twelfth 
Mahney Annie Mrs, res 1651 Seventeenth 
Mahoney Catherine, nurse maid, 122 Lake 
Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, res 659 Grove 



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Mahoney Dennis, gardener, res 560 Third 

Mahoney Dennis J, driver Oakland Railroad Co, res 2217 Chestnut 
Mahoney John, driver with Herman Drucker, res 1071 Four- 
teenth ave 
Mahoney John, laborer, res 722 Linden 
Mahoney John H, res 1721 Fourteenth 
Mahoney Mary Miss, employe California Hosiery Co, res 722 

Linden 
Mahoney Patrick, washer Shattuck Stable, 457 Eighth 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer, res Forty -fifth bet Telegraph and 

Broadway, Temescal 
Mahony Thomas, employe U S Mint (S F), res 669 Eighth 
Mahoney Timothy G, coremaker, res 560 Third 
Maier Reinhardt J, laborer, res cor Montgomery and Mather 
Mails I Mrs, res 245 Ettie 

Main A F, with Forbes Bros (S F), res 1751 Ninth ave 
Main Herbert J H, clerk with C H Stegman, res 1451 Ninth ave 
Main waring George H, with W W Montague & Co (S F), res 516 

East Twenty-third 
Mait Joseph, painter, res 1011 Clay 
Maiwald Pauline Mrs, res 660 Harrison 
Makin Thomas, stevedore, res 413 First 
Makins James A, necktie and suspender manufacturer (S F), res 

1360 Market 
Maleton Edward, barber, cigars and tobacco, 971 Washington, 

res 1604 San Pablo ave 
Maleton Henry, saloon, SE cor Twenty-second and San Pablo 

ave, res 1574 San Pablo ave 
Maley Michael, machinist C P R R, res 734 Filbert 
Malina Antone, junk, res 219 Second 

Mallagh W, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Mallay William, liquor saloon (S F), res 940 Peralta 
Mallett John, nurseryman, res 941 Campbell 
Malley Michael, machinehand C P R R, res 734 Filbert 
Mallock James, professor, n-s 960 Clay 
Mallony T, painter, res 1804 Seventh 
Malloy J C, laborer C P R R Yards 
Malloy John, laborer, res 728 Chester 
Malm Chas A, trunk dealer (S F), res 949 Willow 
Malone Patrick, coachman and gardener, res 1077 Eighth 
Maloney Ann Mrs, res 1636 Myrtle 
Maloney Dennis, gardener, res 1362 West 
Maloney Frank, carriage washer with Wilmar Dewitt, 979 

Market 
Maloney Frank A, hostler, res 1740 Filbert 
Maloney James, washer, res 825 Eighteenth 
Maloney John, hostler, res 825 Eighteenth 




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Maloney Morris, laborer, res 1672 Thirteenth ave 

Maloney Morris, mining, res 612 East Twelfth 

Maloney Patrick, driver, res 825 Eighteenth 

Maloney Thomas, res 1362 West 

Maloon Benjamin F, carpenter, res 1369 Market 

Maloon Charles H, farmer, res 1369 Market 

Maloon Frank, carpenter, res 1369 Market 

Maloon George E, watchman Hall of Records, res 1369 Market 

Maloon Henry, carpenter, res 828 Eighteenth 

Manchester Fire Assurance Co (of Manchester), V W Gaskill 

agent, 466 Ninth 
Manchester H Mrs, res 271 East Seventeenth 
Mancobo Frank, laborer, res 1672 Chase 
Mandel Hannah L, res 825 Kirkham 
Manders Henry, watchman CPRR, res 1157 Seventh 
Manders Joseph, plumber and gasfitter, res 1157 Seventh 
Mandeville John C, Internal Revenue store-keeper, res 1209 

Adeline 
Mangin August, real estate, res 2201 Broadway 
Mangus Alfred, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res S F 
Manion James, laborer, res 675 Tenth 
MAN LEY BRIDGEMAN, proprietor Union Straw Works, 472 

Twelfth, res same 
Manley M W, shoe dresser with E Bernheim & Co, res SE cor 

Broadway and Thirteenth 
Mann A B Mis, dressmaker, res 856 Market 
Mann Benjamin F, vice-president First National Gold Bank, res 

654 Fifth 
Mann Chas E, Pioneer Planing Mill, res New York Hotel 
Mann Frederick A Mrs, res 654 Fifth 

Mann Geo M, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 316 Tenth 
Mann J L Rev, pastor First Methodist Episcopal Church, res 219 

East Sixteenth 
Manner James, commercial traveler, res 1223 Eleventh ave 
Mannha Thomas, shoemaker, res 806 East Fourteenth 
Manning Dennis, laborer CPRR, res 762 Fifth 
Manning James, groceries and liquors, cor Twenty-third and 

Valley 
Manning John, laborer, res 305 Second 
Manning Julia Miss, res rear 1679 Atlantic 
Manning Patrick J, carpenter, res rear 711 Campbell 
Manning William, blacksmith, res 823 Lydia 
Manrow W A, fireman CPRR, res Central Hotel 
Mansell William, driver Blair's Ranch, res 1210 Thirtieth 
Mansfeldt Hugo L, professor of music, res 1163 Alice 
Mansfeldt Theodore, clerk Bruenn's Music Store, res 1163 Alice 
Mansfield Jennie, waitress, res New York Hotel 



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Mansfield John D, ticket clerk CPRR, res 936 Union 

Mansfield Kate Miss, art student, res 869 Washington 

Mansfield M E Mrs, res 936 Union 

Mansfield W F, janitor First Presbyterian Church, res cor Four- 
teenth and Franklin 

Mantel Julius C, barber with Kieso & Atherton, res 360 First 

Mantel William, res 1222 Thirtieth 

Manter James W, dairyman, res 418 East Twenty-third 

Manthey Gustave, butcher, res 819 Castro 

Manuel George W, produce and commission, 471 Eleventh, res 
678 Fourteenth 

Manuel Isidore (Manuel & Barut), res 1256 San Pablo ave 

Manuel Josept, barber, res 470 Seventh 

Manuel Thomas, brick mason Judson Manufacturing Co.. res 
O'Neal House, Emery Station 

Manuel Walter G, bookkeeper with Geo W Manuel, res 678 
Fourteenth 

Manuel & Barut (Isidore Manuel and Raymond Barut), liquor 
store, 1256 San Pablo ave 

Mappin Geo W, barber with Plante & Journal, res 822 Twenty- 
second 

Marah Mary Mrs, res SW cor Pacific and Campbell 

Marble W D, shoe cutter with E Bernheim & Co, res 368 Thir- 
teenth 

March Henry C, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res 360 
Fourth 

Marchand Annie Miss, res 2232 Telegraph ave 

Marchand Frank H Z, carpenter, res 750 Eighteenth 

Marchisio S, with J L Harris, res cor Fourth and Franklin 

Marcinkowski Joseph, cutter with Greenhood &; Moran, res 856 
Jefferson 

Marcoux Adelore, teamster with V L Fortin & Co, res 476 Third 

Marcoux Delphis, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 Second 

Marcoux Harmidas, teamster with V L Fortin & Co, res 480 
Third 

Marcovich John, waiter with Martin & Co, res 1576 Telegraph ave 

Marcus Ida Miss, saleslady with M H Coffee, res 580 Twenty- 
second 

Marcus Isaiah, salesman, res 580 Twenty-second 

Marcuse Max (Marcuse & Dickinson), res cor Tenth and Jeffer- 
son 

Marcuse & Dickinson (M Marcuse, F E Dickinson and F Belden), 
collection and auction business, 853 Broadway 

Marden George C Miss, kindergarten, res Mariposa bet Shattuck 
and Humboldt, Temescal 

Marecich Lucas, coffee house (S F), res 1018 Peralta 

Margeson H H, wheelwright, res 504 East Fifteenth 



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Maria John, laborer CPUR 

Mariner Silas H, pile driver, res 842 Seventeenth 

Marini Louis, contractor, res 690 Market 

Marion Henry, carpenter, res 1066 Thirty-second 

Marion Wm Henry, carpenter, res 1066 Thirty-second 

Maristany J Jr, wholesale liquor dealer, res Galindo Hotel 

Mark Frank C, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 518 Eighth 

Mark W C, fireman CPRR 

Markel David, carpenter, res 909 Alice 

Markel Edgar H, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 909 
Alice 

Markel L J Mrs, dressmaker, res 909 Alice 

Market Street Block, bet Market and West, Seventh and Eighth 

Market Street Church, NE cor Market and Twenty-second 

MARKET STREET FEED STORE, Wilmar Dewitt proprietor, 
979 and 981 Market 

Market Street Kindergarten, Miss Helen Barnard principal, cor 
Market and Twenty-second 

MARKET STREET LIVERY STABLE, Wilmar Dewitt propri- 
etor, 979 and 981 Market 

Markley Edward, cigarmaker with Morris Scharman, res Ala- 
meda 

Markley W P, carpenter with A Kendall & Co, res 529 Eighth 

Markman Catherine, domestic, 904 Filbert 

Marks Aaron, glazier, 424 Eighth, res 915 Webster 

Marks Antone, laborer, res 910 East Fourteenth 

Marlfs Antone Jr, blacksmith, res 910 East Fourteenth 

Marks Frank, printer, res 518 Eighth 

Marks Ludwig, clerk with Joseph Harris, res 915 Broadway 

Marks Morris, salesman, res 260 Eighth 

Marks Thomas, laborer CPRR 

Marlatt James H, master mariner, res 970 Seventh 

Marolf Christian, cattle dealer, res 320 Eighth 

Marmont J R, boilermaker C P R RJShops 

Marquardsen Charles, butcher. 713 Seventh, res 1016 Chestnut 

Marr Archibald C, foreman CPRR Ship Yard, res 1707 Chase 

Marrow Mary Miss, res 358 East Fourteenth 

Marsden Richard, porter CPRR, res 1928 Poplar 

Marsellus Edwin P, res 524 William 

Marsh C C, attorney-at-law, res 360 East Seventeenth 

Marsh C P, general agent, res 713 Tenth 

Marsh E B, employe daily Alta (S F), res 1408 Eighth 

Marsh Frank P, clerk engineering department CPRR, res 865 
Union 

Marsh George, brakeman CPRR, res 914 Pine 

Marsh John C, bookkeeper, res 713 Tenth 

Marsh L L Miss, res 1408 Eighth 



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Marsh Louis, cook, res 423 Second 

Marsh M E Miss, res 1408 Eighth 

Marsh Sadie Miss, res 713 Tenth 

Marshall Charles Mrs, res 1403 Jackson 

Marshall C K, wood, coal, hay and grain, NE cor San Pablo ave 

and Sixteenth, res same 
Marshall Daisy Miss, dressmaker (S F), res 1109 Campbell 
Marshall Frank, barber with T J Golden, res 1758 Seventh 
Marshall Frank J, gang foreman CPRR, res 1714 Pacific 
Marshall Henrietta Mrs, res 1315 Webster 
Marshall J B, calker CPRR Ship Yard 
Marshall John, carpenter East Oakland Planing Mill, res 911 

Campbell 
Marshall John, sash and blind maker, res 1109 Campbell 
Marshall John C, cooper (S F), res 269 Ninth 
Marshall Joseph, cabinetmaker, res 1681 Twelfth 
Marshall Joseph, laborer, res 2303 Peralta 
Marshall K, teamster, res East Seventeenth bet Thirteenth and 

Fourteenth aves 
Marshall Manuel, laborer CPRR 
Marshall Manuel, shoemaker, 964 Seventh 
Marshall Samuel W, traveling agent, res n s Forty-sixth nr 

Shattuck ave 
Marshall Samuel W, salesman with W P Hammon & Co, res 562 

Eleventh 
Marshand Theophile, carpenter, res 839 Franklin 
Marshner Manuel, laborer CPRR, res 243 Louisa 
Marsland Reuben S, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 

Bushell House 
Marston Benjamin S, clerk U S Mint (S F), res 484 Twenty- 
second 
Marston Erastus W, res 1391 Webster 
Marston Jotham S, New Liberty Bakery, res 364 Second 
Marston J S, master mariner, res 364 Second 
Martel Augustus Mrs, res 774 Fifth 

Martell William, driver with P Pumyea, res cor Sixth and Clay 
Marten E F, brakeman CPRR, res 389 Seventh 
Martens John (Martens & Meese), deputy county clerk, res 778 

Ninth' 
Martens & Meese (John Martens and Edwin Meese), special 

insurance agents, 907 Washington 
Martin A, restaurant, res 1454 Seventh 
Martin Alexander, capitalist, res 702 Tenth 
Martin Ann Mrs, employe jute mill, res 832 Thirtieth 
Martin B Ward, laborer, res 305 Second 
Martin Catherine Mrs, res 866 Campbell 
Martin Clemence, baker with C Jaenicke, res 764 Brush 




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Martin C S, builder and contractor, res 767 Tenth 

Martin Daniel E, capitalist, res 1323 Harrison 

Martin E F, upholsterer, res 793 Wood 

Martin Ephraira, carpenter CPRR, res 663 Twenty-fifth 

Martin Frank, gardener, res 941 Linden 

Martin Frank G, cook, res 1830 Seventh 

Martin George W, coal mining engineer, res 1512 Market 

Martin Henry W, cashier Custom House (S F), res 560 East 
Eleventh 

Martin I V, cutter, res 1369 Broadway 

Martin James, employe Contra Costa Water Works, res 562 
Seventh 

Martin James C, attorney-at-law, 921 Broadway, rooms 15 and 
16, res 1266 Grove 

Martin James L, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 319 Fourth 

Martin J B, yardman CPRR, res 469| Ninth 

Martin John, res 1261 Cypress 

Martin John R, painter, res 580 Thirty-fifth 

MARTIN J WEST, president Union Savings Bank, office SE cor 
Ninth and Broadway, res 720 Fourteenth 

Martin M, gardener, res San Pablo ave, North Temescal 

Martin Margaret A Mrs, res 1830 Seventh 

Martin Mary Mrs, res 580 Thirty-fifth 

Martin Michael, liquor saloon, 570 Broadway 

Martin Millie Mrs, dressmaker, res 793 Wood 

Martin M S, stock broker (S F), res 1012 Ninth ave 

Martin R, laborer CPRR 

Martin Richard W, farmer, res 720 Fourteenth 

Martin Samuel, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 653 Linden 

Martin Shelby F, assistant bookkeeper Union National Bank, 
res 720 Fourteenth 

Martin T, master mariner, res 1323 Harrison 

Martin Thomas, hostler, res Fortieth nr Grove 

Martin Thomas, sectionhand CPRR, res American Restau- 
rant 

Martin Thomas, sexton Church Sacred Heart, res Fortieth, 
Temescal 

Martin Thomas R, engineer CPRR, res 963 Pine 

MARTIN WALTER K> manager Kalliodont Manufacturing Co, 
office 1003i Broadway, room 1, res 911 Myrtle 

Martin W B, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 

Martin William H (Martin & Kroll), res 1001 Fifth 

Martin William N, physician and surgeon (S F), res 574 Thir- 
teenth 

Martin & Co (Martin Sears and Louis Calugarar), chop house, 
1205 Broadway and 1206 San Pablo ave 



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Martin J J Mrs. res Harmon nr Lowell, North Oakland 

Martin & Kroll (W H Martin and W F Kroll), fruits, etc, Sev- 
enth and Broadway Depot 

Martin Perry, expressman, cor Seventh and Broadway, res 660 
Franklin 

Martinez Anita, domestic, 686 Thirty-fourth 

Martinez J Mrs, res 800 Franklin 

Martinez J J, laborer, i'es Cleveland ave east of Telegraph ave 

Martinez Josie Miss, dressmaker, res 800 Franklin 

Martinez Nicholas, res Thirty-ninth nr Grove, Temescal 

Martland Benjamin, teamster with Mclntire, Abbey & Co, res 
702 Market 

Martland Wm K, first assistant engineer steamer State of Cali- 
fornia, res 702 Market 

Marty Alice Mrs, res 1940 Poplar 

Marty Henry Mrs, res 1868 Division 

Martyn Susanna Mrs, res 74 Valley 

Marvin Frank H, res Claremont ave nr Tyler, North Temescal 

Marvin Lizzie, res Claremont ave nr Tyler, North Temescal 

Marvin Murray, cook, res 226 Second 

Marwedel E H, importer (S F), res 163 Tenth 

Marx David, bookkeeper with Eisenberg Bros (S F), res 917 
Union 

Marzo Olympio, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Maschio Angelo, laborer, res McAdam nr Broadway 

MASON A J. wood and coal, NE cor Eighth and Market, res 
1215 Linden 

Mason F E, fireman C P R R 

Mason F G Mrs, res 1470 Seventh 

Mason F H, clerk J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave bet 
Clinton and Summer 

Mason Frank, foreman J Lusk Canning Co, res Weston ave bet 
New Broadway and Telegraph ave 

Mason James, gardener, res 1262 Thirteenth ave 

Mason James Jr, cook, res 1262 Thirteenth ave 

Mason Jesse D, journalist, res 1019 Wood 

Mason John A, bookkeeper, res 1366 San Pablo 

Mason John A, porter Union Savings Bank, res 843 Harrison 

Mason J R, res Winsor House 

Mason L S, librarian West Oakland Free Library, res 950 Camp- 
bell 

Mason Lorenzo D, carpenter, res 952 Campbell 

MASON W C. groceries, 309 East Twelfth, res 366 East Four- 
teenth 

Masonic Hall Building, NE cor Seventh and Willow 

Masonic Temple Association, C E Gillett secretary, NW cor 
Washington and Twelfth 



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Masparo Angelo, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 

Massey Augustus C, wellborer, res 1352 Market 

Massey John A, assistant manager with Studebaker Bros (S F), 

res 1052 Willow 
Massey John A, conductor CPRR, res 1376 Franklin 
Matchett Wra J, res 1718 Linden 
Mathels N, teamster, res Mountain Vitjw Cemetery 
Mather Chas H, mining agent, 466 Ninth, res 692 Twenty-fourth 
Mather Solon H, mining operator, 466 Ninth, res 692 Twenty- 
fourth 
Mathes Alice Mrs (Mathes & Co), res 1156 Broadway 
Mathes Dana H, agent Pacific Suspender Co, 35 Second (S F), 

res 1420 Castro 
Mathes W L, paperhanger, 1118 Broadway, res 1156 Broadway 
MATHES & CO (Mrs Alice Mathes and Rose Blanchard), hair 

dressers and dealers in hair goods, 1118 Broadway 
Matheson Daniel H, carpenter, res 1211 Seventh 
Mathews Adrien, 'longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 
Mathew Annie E Miss, res San Pablo ave nr Burnett, North 

Oakland 
Mathews Arthur F, lithographer with Britton & Rey (S F), res 

414 Durant 
Mathews Benj, carpenter, res 313 Sixth 
Mathews Edwin G, justice of the peace, real estate and insurance 

agent, 628 East Twelfth, res 104 East Twelfth 
Mathews F I, foreman, res Bartlett House 

Mathews Fred C, blacksmith, res cor Avon and First ave, Temescal 
Mathews Henry, capitalist, res 1557 Webster 
Mathews Henry L M, draughtsman Risdon Iron Works (S F), res 

1557 Webster 
Mathews James, farmer, res Alta House 
Mathews James, capitalist, res Clarendon House 
Mathews Julius C (J C Mathews & Son), res 414 Durant 
Mathews J C & Son (Julius C and Walter J Mathews), archi- 
tects, 1004 Broadway 
Mathews Julius, porter Palace Hotel (S F), res 1826 William 
Mathews Walter J (J C Mathews & Son), res Merritt Block 
Mathews William H J, civil engineer, res 1557 Webster 
Mathewson James M, foreman California Jute Mdls, res 127 

East Eleventh 
Mathewson Peter, jute factory, res 318 Third 
Mathias Charles, wood and coal yard, 51(i Third, res 518 Third 
Mathison Andrew C. bookkeeper, res 1415 Ninth 
Mathison John H, laborer, res 807 Washington 
Matquage Frank, restaurant, 818 Lewis 

Matson E C Miss, fringemaker, res cor Forty -third and San Pablo 
ave, Temescal 



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Matthews Arthur F, artist, 414 Durant 

Matthison Gustave, clerk with M H Coffee, res cor Ninth and 

Clay 
Matthews H L M, machinist, res 1557 Webster 
Matthews James, carpenter, res 959 Webster 
Matthews J E, painter CPRR ship yard 
Matthiesen Dennis, laundry, 826 Twenty-second 
Mattingly John A, bookkeeper, res 719 Jefferson 
Mattingly Joseph, carpenter C P R-R, res cor Peralta and Sev- 
enth 

Mattos Frank, barber, res 1716 Pacific 
MAU CHARLES, architect, 957 Broadway, room 26, res 968 

Jefferson 
Maube Eugene B, clerk with F H Smith, res 165 Seventh 
Mauer Lizzie Miss, dressmaker with E W Johnson, res 1406 

Seventeenth 
Mautrhan Martin, carpenter, res 1665 Atlantic 
Mauerhan William, clerk with E F Kohler, res 1665 Atlantic 
Mauran Joseph R, draughtsman U S surveyor-general's Office 

(S F), res 627 Third 
Maurer Carrie Miss, dressmaker, res 1406 Seventeenth 
Maurer Chas, carp-nter, res New York Hotel 
Maurer Elizabeth Mrs, res 1406 Seventeenth 
Maurer F C, moulder, res cor Fortieth and Lusk, Temescal 
Maurer Frances Mrs, res 251 Louisa 
Maurer Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, res 1406 Seventeenth 
Mauvais Zeno, res 564 Thirty-fifth 

Mauvais Zeno Jr, music dealer (S F), res 278 Thirteenth 
Mauzy Byron, music dealer (S F), res 730 Eleventh 
Mauzy R D, physician and surgeon, office 730 Eleventh, res same 
Mauzy W P, physician and surgeon, office 730 Eleventh, res same 
Mavitv Katie A Miss, compositor Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

1067 Castro 
Mawer Wm H, miner, res 1357 Peralta 
Maxim Charles F, coachman, 1277 Webster 
Maxwell A N Mrs, res 528 Knox Place 
Maxwell Edward, coachman, 481 Prospect 
Maxwell H M, res 264 Eleventh * 

Maxwell Myra L, res s s Birch bet Maple and Telegraph ave 
Maxwell Perry H, shorthand reporter, res 264 Eleventh 
Maxwell W Mis, janitress Swett School 

Maxwell Walter, janitor Swett School, res 1423 Twelfth ave 
Maxwell William F, clerk with J F Busey, res 1304 Telegraph ave 
MAY ALEXANDER W. livery stable, wood, coal, hay and grain, 

605 and 607 East Eleventh, res 530 East Eleventh 
May Alexander W Jr, clerk with A W May, res 807 East 

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McCabe Edward, gardener, res 1364 Seventh ave 

McC'abe Fred, fireman CPK R 

MCCABE MARY MRS- res 704 Twenty-rixth 

McCabe Thomas, butcher, res Stock \ ards 
McCafferty Annie, domestic. 653 Eleventh 
McCafferty Charles 'McCafferty ^ Tahaney;, res cor Seventh and 

Peralta 
McCafferty Daniel, res cor Pacific and Willow 
McCafferty Lizzie, domestic, 1404 Harrison 
McCafferty & Tahaney [Charles McCatferty and James Tahaney . 

wood and coal, SE cor Seventh and Peralta 
McCall Charles, groceries, 1663 San Pablo ave 
McCall James, clerk with Charles McCall, res 1577 Market 
McCall Joseph G, general agent Erie R R Co (S F . res 1107 

Adeline 
McCamant Louis G. mattivssm ker with Elijah Hook, res 1006 

Fifth 
McCandlish Laura Mrs. res 1419 Twelfth ave 
McCanley John, fireman S P C R R 
McCann Anna Mrs, res 1518 Fifth 
McCann A S, compositor (SF^, res 1427 Twelfth 
McCann -Lllen Mrs, vegetables, etc, 1838 Seventh, res same 
McCann Ellen Mrs, res 1871 Goss 
McCann Frank, boxmaker with Mclntire. Abbev i: Co. res 15U4 

Eighth 
McCann James, carpenter, res 1518 Fifth 
McCann James A, painter, res 1259 Campbell 
McCann M E Mi^s. assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 224 

Eleventh (S F) 
McCannon James, laborer, res New York Hotel 
McCardy William, driver with Charles W Bonney &: Co. res 

Fourth nr Franklin 
McCarron Bros 'D and C McCarron , hay and grain, wood and 

coal, 1847 San Pablo ave 
McCarron Cochran McCarron Bros ), re> 675 Twentv-seventh 
McCarron David 'McCarron Bros), res 675 Twenty-seventh 
McCarten Ella, dressmaker, 1771 Atlantic 
McCarten James, capitalist, re- 1771 Atlantic 
McCarthy Charles. '■ Hub " Saloon. Market St Station, res 909 

Seventh 
McCarthy Charles, saloon keeper, res 151 Second 
McCarthy Daniel, carpenter, res 604 Filbert 

McCarthy Daniel, caulker CPRR ship yard, res 1811 Tavlor 
McCarthy Dennis laborer CPRR. res 820 Union 
McCarthy H M. Alameda County Abstract Office, office Court 

House 
McCarthy James L H B MeAvoy & Co), res 619 Tenth 



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McCarthy Jerry J, clerk with G A Stubbs, res 520 Fifteenth 
McCarthy John, clerk with J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

ave bet Summer and Clifton 
McCarthy John, bookkeeper, res Mariposa bet Shattuck and 

Humboldt 
McCarthy Julia, domestic, 710 Fourteenth 
McCarthy Martin, laborer, res New York Hotel 
McCarthy Mary Miss, res 724 Peralta 
McCarthy Mary B, res 814 Linden 
McCarthy Michael, wood and coal, SE cor Seventh and Wood, 

res 1657 Pacific • 
McCarthy Michael Jr, laborer 
McCarthy Pat, agent Singer 

House 
McCarthy Patrick, laborei-, res 814 Linden 
McCarthy Timothy, painter, 366 Ninth, res East Twenty-third, 

east of Twenty-first ave 
McCarthy William, carpenter, res 418 Fifth 
McCarty Daniel, laborer Grove bet Third and Fourth 
McCarty John, employe with Hayes, Carrick & Co, res nr Alice, 

Butchertown 
McCarty Patrick, res 812 Linden 
McCarty William, carpenter, res 418 Fifth 
McCaslin Andrew J, teamster, res 1323 Ninth ave 
McCaul Colin, res 482 Twenty-fifth 
McCauslin B A Miss, bakery, 777 Twelfth, res same 
McCauslin M Miss, dressmaker, 777 Twelfth, res same 
McCaw James, miner, res 1362 Eighth 

McChain Mary C Miss, teacher elocution, res 524 East Eighteenth 
McChain Mary D Miss, teacher elocution, res 524 East Eighteenth 
McChesney Clara T Miss, res 1'364 Franklin 
McChesney H H, res 1055 Ninth ave 
McCHESNEY JOSEPH B, principal High and Irving Grammar 

schools, res 1364 Franklin 
McClanahan E W, laborer OPRR Yard, res 752 Willow 
McClane Hugh, laborer, res 1373 Eighteenth 
McClane M A, brakeman C P R R, res Alameda 
McClanhan Edward, millhand, res 1662 Pacific 
McClaskey Isaac, tinsmith, res 1373 Sixteenth 
McCleig Moses, barber with Stewart & Son, res 719 Fourth 
McClellan A, attorney-at-law (S F), res cor McKee an 1 Occidental, 

Temescal 
McClellan David, horseshoer with Robert Gilmore, res Spring 

nr Adeline 
McClellan George, driver, res 700 Twenty-sixth 
McClellan T A Mrs, res 355 Tenth 
McClelland Henry S, carpenter, res 506 East Twenty-third 



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McClelland James L, medical student, res 1451 Grove 
McClelland Sophie J Miss, medical student, res 1451 Grove 
McCleverty Charles (McCleverty & Noblett), and sheriff, office 

Court House, res Galindo Hotel 
MCCLEVERTY & NOBLETT (Chas McCleverty and Robt 

Noblett), proprietors Fashion Livery Stable, 860 Broadway 
McClintock Mrs, res 611 East Sixteenth 
McCloskey Patrick, upholsterer, res 1987 Webster 
McCloskey John, laborer San Francisco Gas Light Co, res 970 

Third 
McCloud Chas A, proprietor Chieftain Livery Stable, Ninth bet 

Market and West, res 820 Tenth 
McCloud Reuben H, postal clerk C P R R, res 760 Lydia 
McCloud William M, railway postal clerk, res 1364 Seventh 
McCloy Henry, special policeman, res cor Twelfth and Jackson 
McClure David, clergyman, res 2160 West 
McClure Andrew, sexton First Congregational Church, res 969 

Castro 
McClure G Mrs, teacher embroidery, res 1364 Tenth 
McClure H T Mrs, res 923 Wood 
McClure Martha R Miss, assistant Clawson Primary School, res 

717 Tenth 
McClure M M Miss, res 923 Wood 

McClure Samuel, time keeper C P R R ship yard, res 923 Wood 
McClurg Moses A, barber, res 719 Fourth 
McCluskey Patrick, laborer, res 1987 Webster 
McComb Carroll B, painter and grainer, res 2207 San Pablo ave 

(up-stairs) 
McComb William H H, tanner, res 2157 Chestnut 
McConnehay John, flagman C P R R, res 1836f> Seventh 
McCannell James D, harness and saddlery, 807 Broadway, res 

same 
McConnell John, carpenter, res 1411 Seventh 
McConnell John, horse-trainer Oakland Trotting Park 
McConnell John, laborer C P R R, res 1617 Adeline 
McCoid Alice A Miss, assistant Tompkins Grammar School, res 

277 Eighth 
McCord Arthur, painter, res 526 East Fifteenth 
McCord Benj H, hackman, res 756 Willow 
McCord Edward K, wellborer, res 767 Eighteenth 
McCord Evan B, assistant passenger agent C P R R, res 943 

Wood 
McCoiley Ellen, res 1267 Twenty -sixth 
McCormack John, employe C P R R, res 1815 Taylor 
McCormick Charles solicitor Bradstreet's Agency (S F), res 1614 

Eleventh ave 
McCormick E Mrs, res 682 Sycamore 




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McCormick Jennie Miss, res 682 Sycamore 
McCormick John, actor, res Merritt House 
McCormick Julia Mrs, furnished rooms, 1156 Broadway 
McCormick Mary Miss, telegraph operator CPRR (Alameda), 

res 1057 Twelfth ave 
McCormick P, laborer CPRR ship yard 
McCormick Wm, farmer, res 1156 Broadway 
McCourtney James F, artist, res cor Telegraph ave and Fortieth 
McCourtney John E, farmer, res cor Telegraph ave and Fortieth 
McCourtney John H, farmer, res cor Telegraph ave and Fortieth 
McCourtney Matilda Miss, res cor Telegraph ave and Fortieth 
McCoy C L, res 62 East Twelfth 
Mc Coy M, caulker CPRR ship yards 
McCracken Hugh, carpenter, res 1318 Kirkham 
McCracken John H, carpenter, res 976 East Sixteenth 
McCracken William J, driver with Merritt & Turkington, res 

358 Eighth 
McCray VV L, collector, res cor Green and Dalton ave 
McCrimmon George, painter CPRR, res 317 Third 
McCrimmon Henry, clerk, res 317 Third 
McCrimmon Kenneth, carpenter CPRR, res 317 Third 
McCrimmon Wm H, painter CPRR, res 317 Third 
McCrindle John M, laborer, res 1811 Short 
McCrindle Wm, bookkeeper, res 1811 Short 
McCrum Mary, res 1222 Franklin 

McCuen Patrick, car repairer CPRR, res 670 East Fifteenth 
McCullough F, boilermaker CPRR shops, res 1762 William 
McCully George, benchhand Pioneer Planing Mill, res Sunnyside 

House 
McCully Judson. millman Pioneer Planing Mill, res 858 Eighteenth 
McCune James, teamster, res Webster nr Piedmont Road 
McCurdy James, yardman CPRR, res Grand Western Hotel 
McCurdy John, driver Whitney & Co's express, res 358 Fourth rear 
McCurdy Robert, laborer, res 358 Fourth rear 
McCurrie C H, piano tuner, res Occidental 
McCutcheon Hugh, hostler, res 504 Twenty -fourth 
McCutcheon Mary J Mrs, res 661 Sycamore 
McCutcheon William A, teamster with Fisher & Taylor, res 215 

Eighth 
McCutcheon William H, teamster, res 210 Eighth 
McDade Alice Mrs, res 549 Twenty-second 
McDanel Margaret, res 617 Fifteenth 
McDermont Patrick, laborer, res New York Hotel 
McDermitt Bernard, butcher, 1665 San Pablo, res 687 Twenty- 
fourth 
MeDermott C F, capitalist, res 1407 Eighth 
McDermott Eil< n domestic, 214 Twelfth 



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McDermott George, butcher, res 654 Third 
McDermott George, laborer, res 051 Third 
McDermott Kate, domestic Elwood, North Temescal 
McDermott Lizzie, domestic, 720 'Fourteenth 
McDermott Michael, policeman, res 1009 Franklin 
McDonald A Bruce, contractor, res 1012 Wood 
McDonald Alexander, laborer, res 416 Seventh 
McDonald Arthur H, clerk with Whitney & Marshall 

817 Myrtle 

McDonald Calvin B, journalist, res 1216 San Pablo ave 
McDonald Cornelius, groceries and liquors, 858 Lydia, res 860 

Lydia 
McDonald Duncan, florist, 479 Seventh, res 514 Seventh 
McDonald Frank, fireman CPRR, res 1650 Goss 
McDonald Geo B, clerk with H M Collins, res West Oakland 
House 

McDonald Henry W, master mariner, res 1711 Taylor 

McDonald Hugh, expressman, res 1666 Sixteenth 

McDonald J A C, plumber and gasfitter, res 1365 Broadway 

McDonald James F, brakeman CPRR, res 254 Fifth 

McDonald John, carpenter, res New York Hotel 

McDonald John, laborer, res 714 Chester 

McDonald John, miller with Smith & Butler, res 408 Thirteenth 

McDonald John A, salesman with J P O'Toole & Co, res Blake 
House 

McDonald John, salesman, res 568 Sixth 

McDonald John B, ship carpenter, res 727 Henry 

McDonald John E, capitalist, res 542 Sycamore 

McDonald Joseph B, contractor and builder, res 818 Myrtle 

McDonald Maggie, domestic, 1363 Harrison 

McDonald Matilda E Miss, res 1422 Sixth ave 

McDonald Patrick, gardener, res 963 Castro 

McDonald Pierce, employment office, 369 Tenth 

McDonald R E, medical student, res 1059 Clay 

McDonald Susan M Miss, res 1422 Sixth ave 

McDonald T, helper CPRR shops, res 1870 William 

McDonald T H, seaman, res 1930 Linden 

McDonald Thomas, boilermaker, res 1865 Goss 

McDonald William, contractor, res 817 Mvrtle 

McDonald Will J, with Barry, Baird & Co (S F), res 817 Myitle 

McDonald Reginald E, student, res 1059 Clay 

McDonnell John, clerk, res 408 Thirteenth 

McDonough Andrew T, merchant tailor, 1164 Broadway, res 1357 
Broadway 

McDonough Kate, waitress Winsor House 

McDonough Mark, laborer, res 170 Fifth 

McDonough Margaret Mrs, res 1356 Fifteenth 



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McDonough Martin, laborer, res 170 Fifth 

McDowell Eleanor Mrs, res 983 Pine 

McDowell William A, clerk CPRR, res 981 Pine 

McEachen Duncan, ship carpenter CPRR Yards, res 725 Lewis 

McElligott Wm, ticket agent CPRR, res 811 East Fourteenth 

McElrath J E, attorney-at-law (S F), res Elmwood, North 

Temescal 
McElroy James, groceries, NE cor Seventh and Clay 
McEnterfer Sarah Miss, bookbinder Pacific Press Publishing Co, 

res 710 Tenth 
McEven Catherine, domestic, res 1564 Telegraph ave 
McEwen Arthur, editor San Franciscan, res 1219 Harrison 
McEwen Wm H, res 272 Twenty-third 
McFadden B, attorncy-at-law, 456 Eighth, res 228 Ninth 
McFadden John, res 1398 Thirteenth 

McFadden Michael, saloon, cor Nineteenth and San Pablo ave 
McFadden T H, capitalist, res 1203 Castro 
McFarland D, depot man CPRR, res 612£ East Twelfth 
McFarland Walter, clerk with A Schilling & Co (S F), res 1412 

West 
McFarland Winnie Miss, assistant Market St Kindergarten, res 

1412 West 
McFarlane Duncan, depot engineer CPRR, res 1214 Tenth ave 
McFarlin Andrew, clerk, res 604 Seventeenth 
McFARLING JOHN, farmer and miner, res 706 Twelfth 
McFeely Frederick P, superintendent Judson Manufacturing 

Co, res 1931 Market 
McGarrv Andrew, liquor saloon, cor Webster and Piedmont road 
McGARVEY W J, principal Oakland Business College, 1069 

Broadway, res 969J Ninth 
McGauley Thomas, carpenter, res 1360 West 
McGeary Kate, domestic, 1360 Harrison 
McGee Edward, laborer, res 2212 Magnolia 
McGee James C, superintendent Horse Shoe Nail Department 

Judson Manufacturing Works, res O'Neal House, Emery 

Station 
McGill Arthur, insurance agent (S F), res 310 East Seventeenth 
McGill H J, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh St House 
McGillivray George, assayer, res 1365 Franklin 
McGillivray Joseph, manufacturer Boiler Incrustation Preventa- 
tive, res 1365 Franklin 
McGillivray John, ship carpenter (S F), res 1514 Fifth 
McGillivray John D, res 1365 Franklin 

McGillivray J J, deputy U S mineral surveyor, res 1365 Franklin 
McGillivray William, mining, 1365 Franklin 
McGilvray W D, speculator, res 1267 Twelfth ave 
McGinn Michael, clerk with James McElroy, res 857 Clay 



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McGinnes Annie Mrs, res 1828 Grove 

McGinness Barnard, capitalist, 472 East Eleventh 

McGinness Thomas, helper CPRR shops 

McGinness Katie, nurse, 482 Edwards 

McGivern John W, typemaker, res 590 Sycamore 

McGIVNEY JAMES> plumber and gasfitter, and councilman, 965 

Franklin 
McGoey Lizzie, domestic, 1035 Filbert 
McGovern Andrew J (McGovern & Cahill), res 1365 Thirteenth 

ave 
McGovern Michael, laborer CPRR, res 677 Twenty-third 
McGovern Thomas, laborer CPRR, res 358 Fourth 
McGOVERN & CAHILL (Andrew J McGovern and James 
Cahill), carpets, oilcloths, paper hangings, etc, 1060 Broad- 
way 
McGowan M imie Miss, res 487 Twenty-fifth 

McGowan Martin, foreman with A J Mason, res 487 Twenty- 
fifth 
McGowan Thomas, pnddler, res cor Thirty-sixth and San Pablo 
McGrath Henrietta Mrs, res 481 Twenty-first 
McGrath John, ship joiner (S F), res 731 Center 
McGrath Julia, domestic, 1374 Franklin 
McGrath Kate, domestic, 2102 Elm 
Ms Grath Michael, laborer, res 1842 Grove 
McGrath Michael J, dairy produce, res 1411 Kirkham 
McGrath Michael T, machinist (S F), res 8 Maiden Lane 
McGrath William H, clerk with McGovern & Cahill, res 481 

Twenty-first 
McGrath T, bridge tender SPORE 

McGraw George, collector Oakland Gas Light Co, res 714 Ninth 
McGraw Nora Mrs, res Forty-seventh bet Telegraph ave and 

' Grove 
McGregor Alexander, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 
McGregor Archibald, seaman, res 865 Twentieth 
McGregor David C, blacksmith with P H Mc Grew, res 624 East 

Twenty-second 
McGREW PATTERSON H ornamental iron w-^rk vaults, jail 
work, doors, shutters, fencing, cresting, etc, 1056-1060 
Thirteenth ave, res 1421 Eleventh ave 
McGue Abraham L, confectioner, res 857 Washington 
McGugin Tillie A Miss, female employment office, 470 Thirteenth 
McGuiness Matthew, laborer, res 659 Magnolia 
McGuin Michael, coachman and extraman Oakland Engine Co 

No 3, res SW cor Campbell and Taylor 
McGuire Jesse Milton, engineer CPRR, res 806 Willow 
McGuire Thomas E, engineer CPRR, res 1722 Chase 
McGuire Thomas, engineer CPRR, res 806 Willow 




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McHaffie James, carpenter with G A Kirk, res 102] Twenty- 
fourth 
McHenry Mary Mrs, res 378 Seventh 
McHugh John, grain speculator, res 817 Jackson 
Mclnarney Martin, laborer C P R R yards, res Charter Oak 

House 
Mclnnerney , butcher, res Watts bet Park ave and Forty- 
third 
MclNTIRE, ABBEY & CO (J J Mclntire, R and A Abbey), 

Eagle Box Factory, 611-615 Market 
Mclntire John J (Mclntire, Abbey & Co), res Oak bet Encinal 

and San Antonio aves 
Mcintosh Kate B Mrs, assistant Prescott School, res Girard 

House 
Mclntyre Frank R, tobacco dealer, res 1728 William 
Mclsaac A, superintendent St Mary's Cemetery, res northern 

terminus Webster ave 
Mclsaac John, laborer St Mary's Cemetery 
Mclsaac Kate Miss, res 122 Lake 
Mclsaac William, laborer St Mary's Cemetery 
Mclver Charles C, res 1311 Harrison 
Mciver George, res 1311 Harrison 
McJunkin Joseph T, farmer, res 1307 Market 
McKaig W W, editor Tribune Publishing Co, res Merritt Block 
McKay Edward, shoemaker, 840 Market, res 711 Filbert 
McKay George, plasterer, res 2026 Adeline 
McKay James L, millwright, res 2233 Elm 
McKay Jane, res 2233 Elm 

McKay William, clerk C P R R, res 762 Fourth 
McKay Wm S, painter C P R R, res 667 Eleventh 
McKean Minnie Miss, saleslady with William J F Laage, res 

823 Kirkham 
McKean William G, principal Peralta School, res 939 Wood 
McKeand George Wm, searcher of records, SE cor Fourth and 

Broadway, res 204 Seventh 
McKee Alfred S, machinist Union Iron Works (S F), res 1951 

Myrtle 
McKee Andrew J, contractor and builder, res 1951 Myrtle 
McKee James C, clerk Union National Bank, res 1033 Adeline 
McKee John, mining, res cor Thirty-sixth and Telegraph ave 
McKee Robert, wholesale liquor dealer (S F), res 133 Fourth 
McKee Samuel B, associate justice Supreme Court of California 

(S F), res 1033 Adeline 
McKee Samuel B Jr, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1033 Adeline 
McKeen Albert A, carpenter C P R R, res 956 Wood 
McKeen James H, res Adeline nr Seventeenth 
McKeen William A, foreman C P R R, res 1S10 Atlantic 

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McKeirnan John, carpenter, res SW cor Kirkhain and Seven- 
teenth 

McKenna Daniel, laborer, res 1634 Myrtle 

McKENNEY L M & CO (L M McKenney and W H L Corran), 
publishers Oakland, Alameda and Berkeley Directory, 470 
Ninth, Oakland, and 518 Clay, S F 

McKenney L M (L M McKenney & Co), res 689 Twenty-fourth 
nr San Pablo ave 

McKenney Thomas, laborer, res Thirty-ninth nr Telegraph 

McKenzie Duncan, marble cutter with Wm Collins, res terminus 
Webster ave 

McKenzie Kenneth, carpenter C P R R Yards, res 617 Tenth 

McKenzie M, cook with Hallaban Bros, res 356 Ninth 

McKenzie Thomas (McKenzie & Co), res 910 Broadway 

McKenzie William H, seaman, res 767 Seventh 

McKenzie William W, res 611 Fifteenth 

McKenzie & Co (Thomas McKenzie and Alexander Geddes), pro- 
prietors New York Bakery, 910 Broadway 

McKenzie & Whitver (W W McKenzie and J J Whitver), man- 
ufacturers bitters, 903 Webster 

McKeon James, paint manufacturer, res 370 Fourth 

McKeon Mamie Miss, res 1718 Telegraph ave 

McKeon P H, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 557 East 
Twelfth 

McKeon Henry, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

McKewen Rebecca Miss, res 837 Thirty-third 

McKibben R W, carpenter, 364 Thirteenth, res 612 Eighteenth 

McKibben W K Rev, res 571 Caledonia ave 

McKillican Robert, contractor, res 560 Twenty-fifth 

McKillican William, contractor, res 560 Twenty-fifth 

McKinary Thomas, groceries, 263 B 

McKinnon Alice Miss, res 1362 Brush 

McKinnon Agnes Miss, res 1012 Jefferson 

McKinnon Chas H, tailor with Brown & McKinnon, res 1362 
Brush 

McKinnon Daniel, bartender Winthrop House 

McKinnon Fabian, carpenter, res 1377 Seventeenth 

McKinnon John, carpenter, res 724 Linden 

McKinnon John A (Brown & McKinnon), res 716 Ninth 

McKinnon Michael, tailor with Brown & McKinnon, res 1362 
Brush 

McKinnon William, ship carpenter C P R R Yards, res 980 
Wood 

McKinnon Wm H, sewing-machine agent, 1168 Broadway 

McKinny Annie, domestic, 1302 Jackson 

McKisick C W, res 164 Lake 



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McKisick L D, attorney-at-law CPRR, res 164 Lake 

McKusick Harrion J, special agent U S Internal Revenue De- 
partment, res Claremont ave 

McLane J, laborer CPRR 

McLaren Anna Miss (McLaren & Hood), res 1760 San Pablo ave 

McLaren James, flagman CPRR, res 830 Webster 

McLaren & Hood (Miss Anna McLaren and Miss Mary Hood), 
dressmakers, 1673 San Pablo ave 

McLaughlin Caspar W (C W McLaughlin & Co), and notary public, 
466 Ninth, res 1330 Adeline 

MCLAUGHLIN C W& CO (C W McLaughlin), real estate and 
loan agents, 466 Ninth 

McLaughlin Daniel, res 1627 Nineteenth ave 

McLaughlin Daniel, machinist (S F), res 1613 Eighth 

McLaughlin Edward J, gasfitter with Dalziel & Moller, res 881 
Cedar 

McLaughlin E M Mrs, res 1218 Eleventh ave 

McLaughlin George D, clerk with C W McLaughlin & Co, and 
agent San Francisco Daily Report, 466 Ninth, res 1330 Ad- 
eline 

McLaughlin Henry, livery stable, res 886 Twenty-seventh 

McLaughlin Michael, fireman Oakland Gas Light Co, res 663 
Washington 

McLaughlin M Mrs, res 736 Myrtle 

McLaughlin Owen, car repairer CPRR, res 1218 Eleventh ave 

McLaughlin Rosa, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

McLaughlin Thomas, grocery, 721 Linden 

McLean Effie A Mrs, res 666 Tenth 

McLean Kittie A Miss, teacher of music, res 666 Tenth 

MCLEAN JOHN KNOX REV, D D, pastor First Congregational 
Church, res 520 Thirteenth 

MCLEAN LAUCHLEN, florist, 479 Seventh, res 1802 San Pablo 
ave 

McLean Wm A, agent with A L Bancroft & Co, 969 Washing- 
ton, res 1606 Market 

McLean Wm R, peddler, res 1931 Union 

McLellan A B Mrs, res 829 Jackson 

McLellan A C Mrs, res 713 Eighth 

McLeod Daniel, carpenter, res 1616 Seventeenth 

McLoughlin Bessie Mrs, res 358 Seventh 

McLoughlin Edward, plumber with Jas Dalziel, res 881 Cedar 

McLoughlin Michael, employe CPRR, res 881 Cedar 

McLoughlin T, groceries, 721 Linden, res same 

McLure Andrew, sexton First Congregational Church, res 969 
Castro 

McMahan John B, physician and surgeon, 859 Broadway, res 
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McMahon Jas, 910 Clay 

McMahon J S, job printer Tribune Publishing Co, res Sherman 

nr Santa Clara ave, Alameda 
McMahon Matthew F, driver Whitney & Co's express, res 62 1^ 

Broadway 
McMahon Morgan S, physician, office Erie House, res same 
McMahon Win, shoemaker with E Burnheim & Co, res San 

Francisco 
McManarnon Geo B, florist, res cor Tenth and Jackson 
McManus Bernard C (McManus & Hanavan), res 605 Seven- 
teenth 
McManus Jas, hackman, res 270 Ninth 
McManus Joseph E, seaman, res 709 Franklin 
McManus Michael, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1725 Taylor 
McManus Miles, millhand CPRR, res 1725 Taylor 
McManus Patrick, marble cutter, res 1607 Myrtle 
McManus & Hanavan (Bernard McManus and Philip Hanavan), 

propis Washington Street Planing Mills, NW cor Fifth and 

Washington 
McMaster Katie, domestic, 1520 Ninth 
McMenamin Daniel, res 1159 Franklin 
McMenamin K D Mrs, groceries and vegetables, 1106 Market, 

res same 
McMenamin Robt D, carpenter, res 1106 Market 
McMillan Edward H (McMillan & Cox), res 738 Myrtle 
McMillan M Hrs, res 738 Myrtle 

McMillan Roland, employe CPRR, res 1413 Eighteenth 
McMillan Wm, res 696 Twentv-sixth 
MCMILLAN & COX (Edward H McMillan and Patrick A Cox), 

family groceries, 837 Market 

McMills , piano tuner, res 1115 Eighth ave 

McMullan C, clerk, res 1369 Brush 

McMullan David A, clerk, res 1369 Brush 

McMullan John, real estate, res 1369 Brush 

McMullan John H, mining, res 1369 Brush 

McMurray John P (Kellett & McMurray), res San Francisco 

McMurtry Mary, res 1459 Filbert 

McNally Benjamin, switchman CPRR, res 719 Lewis 

McNallv Bernard J, salesman (S F), res 1810 Ooss 

McNalK F, laborer CPRR, res Shell Mound Station 

McNALLY REV J B rector St Patricks Church, res 1626 

Seward 
MeNally Michael, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 103 

Hannah 
McNamara B Mrs, res 827 Chester 
McNamara Mamie Miss, res 1865 Goss 
McNamara Kate, res 1865 Goss 




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McNamara Margaret Mrs, groceries and liquors, res 951 Third 

McNamara Patrick, laborer Oakland Gas Light Co, res 610 
Second 

McNamara Patrick, gardener, res 1814 Union 

McNamara Timothy, painter, res 827 Chester 

McNeal Kate, res 1370 Franklin 

McNear Geo W, grain merchant (S F), res 957 Linden 

McNear John A, clerk, res 957 Linden 

McNearny Thos, capitalist, res 403 Ninth 

McNeely Malachi T, tailor, res Eighteenth bet San Pablo and 
Grove 

McNeil John W, house painter, res 819 Lydia 

McNerney Anna, res 655 Adeline 

McNertney Martin, laborer CPRR, res 1765 Seventh 

McPeake Thos, driver Oakland Transfer Co, res 691 Twenty- 
eighth 

McPherson Frances, res 174 Sixth 

McPherson S W Mrs, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 1217 
Harrison 

McPike Henry C, attorney-at-law, res 1277 Webster 

McQuaid Patrick S, car inspector CPRR Yards, res 822 
Chester 

McRenolds Selena W, res 820 Twelfth 

McSweeney P (Collett & Co), res San Francisco 

McSweeny Thos Rev, assistant pastor Church of the Immacu- 
late Conception, res 616 Seventh 

McTaggart Daniel, machinist, res 1617 Eighth 

McTavish Donald C, plasterer, res 1114 Third 

McVeigh Edward John, res 951 Pine 

McVe}' E Mrs, dressmaker, res nr cor Sixteenth and West 

McVey John, carpenter, res 767 Sixteenth 

McWade David D.roadmaster CPRR, res 1670 Taylor 

McWade Harry, machinist, res Union Hotel 

McWade H C, scourer CPRR shops 

McWade Patrick, car repairer CPRR, res 820 Chester 

McWiiliam John, laborer, res 621 Chestnut 

Mc Williams Chas F, warehouseman with Starr & Co, res 1229 
Franklin 

McWilliams Geo E, warehouseman with Starr & Co, res 1229 
Franklin 

McWilliams Jas, salesman with Starr & Co, res 1229 Franklin 

McWilliams Jas C, liquor saloon, SE cor Franklin and Seventh 

McWilliams J W, brakeman CPRR, res 626 East Fourteenth 

McWilliams Michael, marble polisher, res 1267 Eighth ave 

McWorthy Chas Elmer, res 542 Twenty-second 

McWorthy Frank J, mining, res 542 Twenty-second 

McWorthy Frank T, res 542 Twenty-second 



S. F. LAUNDRY. 



WaMhiiis WELL DONE at VERY L.OH' Kate*. 

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



irar PAY RENT? 



for rAimeULARs api'LY "RT?'RTn?T 1?V 
To JAMES L BARKER. Dnl\,lL2jLilj I 



OAKLAND. 



369 



Mead B F (Mead & Co), res San Francisco 

Mead G B, compositor, res 264 Eleventh 

Mead Ernest W, draughtsman (S F), res 1012 Tenth ave 

Mead Miss, 1684 William 

Mead L R, secretary I and L Works (S F), res cor East Seven- 
teenth and Tenth ave 

Mead Thaddeus H, draughtsman (S F), res 1012 Tenth ave 

Mead Thaddeus W, miner, res 1012 Tenth ave 

MEAD WM H. secretary Contra Costa Water Co, 458 Eighth, res 
Temescal 

Mead & Co (B F Mead), horse radish depot, 8 City Market 

Meade Calvert, cashier Union Insurance Co (S F), res 961 Jack- 
son 

MEADER ANNIE MRS. proprietor Sunnyside House, Harrison 
bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 

Meader Daniel, manufacturer novelties, 1116 Center 

Meadowcroft Sarah res 616 Eighteenth 

Meads S P, professor chemistry and toxicology, California Med- 
ical College, res 758 Sixteenth 

Meagher John, plasterer, res 1361 Tenth 

Meagher Minnie Miss, res 1361 Tenth 

Meagher Wm, res 1361 Tenth 

Mears John C, carpenter, res 1468 Curtis 

MECHANICS' HOTEL. Andrew Boysen proprietor, 416 Seventh 

Mecklenburg Joseph, deputy collector United States Internal 
Revenue, res Clarendon House 

Medau Geo H, produce dealer, res Merced ave bet Shattuck and 
Railroad ave, Temescal 

Medau Peter, real estate, res 1013 Chester 

Medeiros Antonio J. laborer, res 1663 Atlantic 

Medical College, Clay bet Tenth and Eleventh 

Medicus Adam, florist, res 1829 San Pablo ave 

Mee Annie, res7ll£ Fifth 

Mee Jas, machinist, res 1360 Webster 

Mee Katie Miss, saleslady with Mrs Maggie Cahill, res 1213 
Broadway 

Meehan John, brakeman C P R R, res Seventh Street House 

Meek Annie P Miss, assistant Franklin Grammar School, res 918 
Filbert 

Meek E L Mrs, res 918 Filbert 

Meek Mary E Miss, assistant Prescott Grammar School, res 918 
Filbert 

Meekan John, carpenter California Steel Works, res Good Cheer 
House, Emery Station 

Meeker Elizabeth Mrs, res 1464 Seventh ave 

Meeker J B Mrs, res 1464 Seventh ave 

Meeks Wm N, res 1235 Telegraph ave 

ft A 1/ I AMR DDTUfrDV KRAMM A OIEVES, Proprietor*. <er 
J M ft LA 13 U DnLVVLni, Telegraph A venue and I> ui an t Street. 

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Meese Constant, machinist, res 810 Sixteenth 

Meese Edwin (Martens & Meese), res 955 Fifth 

Meese Gustave, bookkeeper with Meyer Bros (S F), res 1213 

Eighth 
Meese Herman (Bach, Meese & Co, S F), res 1213 Eighth 
Meese Herman Jr, bookkeeper with Cobb & Co (S F), res 1213 

Eighth 
Meese Walter, bookkeeper with Bach, Meese & Co (S F), res 1213 

Eighth 
Meeteer Marshall L, res e s Telegraph ave bet Fortieth and Forty- 

* first 
Meghan Ambrose, deputy county superintendent schools, office 

Court House, res Mission San Jose 
Meginnis Leotard S Mrs, res 365 Thirteenth 
Mehan Edward, with H Zerrill, res 368 Eighth 
Mehring Jacob, musician, res 956 Franklin 

Mehring John H, Pioneer Planing Mill, res cor Ninth and Webster 
Mehrmann Frederick, res 852 Isabella 
MEHRMANN J F> M D, physician and surgeon, office 852 

Isabella, res same 
Mehrmann Henry B, medical student, res 852 Isabella 
Meincke H, car repairer C P R R Yards, res Paradise Park 
Meiners Rudolph Jr, shoemaker, res SE cor Henry and Seventh 
Meinert Claus, teamster Samm's Flouring Mills, res 653 Grove 
Meister Adam, butcher with John C M Miller, resTremont House 
Mel George, insurance agent (S F), res 218 Fourth 
Mel John, laborer, res 233 Hannah 
Melbourne Richard, porter, res 819 Chester 
Melby S B, ship carpenter C P R R Yard, res 814 Wood 
Meldrum Henry, stevedore, res 732 Union 
Mell Etta Miss," res 661 Magnolia 
Mellet John, blacksmith, res 701 Brush 
Mellien Ernest W, carpenter, res 1165 Twenty-fourth 
Mello Frank M, laborer, res 950 New 

Mellor James F (Ryan & Mellor), res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 
Melquiond E B Mrs, teacher French Snell's Seminary, res 216 

Eleventh 
Melville Dean, laborer, res 770 Fifth 
Melvin Annie, domestic, 955 Jackson 
Melvin Chas S, bookkeeper with Miller & Lux (S F), res 358 

East Fourteenth 
Melvin H A, student, res 358 East Fourteenth 
Melvin J B (Melvin & Co), res 358 East Fourteenth 
Melvin Mollie L Miss, res 358 East Fourteenth 
Melvin S H (Melvin & Co), res 358 East Fourteenth 
Melvin W P (Melvin & Co), res Port Townsend, W T 



S. F. LAUNDRY. 



Washing WELL DO\RaiVERV LOW Kat«s. 
Office, 33 Geary St., S. P., and 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



ALLEN, TUGGLE & CO., OAK PLANK, 



18 and 30 Spear St. 
San Francisco. 



OAKLAND. 



371 



MELVIN & CO (S H, W P and J B Melvin), proprietors Clinton 
Drug Store, 299 East Twelfth 

Menafee W H. brakenian CPRR, res Berkeley 

MENDOCINO LUMBER CO, E C Williams general superintendent, 
office 957 Broadway, rms 24 and 25, yards East Oakland 
and West Berkeley 

Mendocino Lumber Yard, Walter Laidlaw proprietor, SE cor 
Seventh and Brush 

Mendonco Manuel, laborer Judson Works, res 252 Harlan 

Menges Adam F, brass finisher, res 821 Center 

Menges A L Mrs, res 323 Ninth 

Menges Henry, barber, 454 Eighth, res 612 Fourth 

Menges Jolm J, gasfitter with Dalziel & Moller, res 821 Center 

Mengola Dominico, coffee house (S F), res 1018 Peralta 

MENTZ FREDERICK, liquor saloon, 1270 Center, res 1268 
Center 

Mentzen Henry, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1830 William 

MERCANTILE COLLECTION AGENCY, J F Teague manager 
8(54i Broadway 

Merchan Jos, gardener with H Remillard, res Adeline bet Forty- 
second and Forty-third, Temescal 

Merchant C H (E B Dean & Co), res Oregon 

Merchant E VV, manager Oakland Steam Carpet Beating Estab 
lishment, res 480 Twenty-second 

Merrier Blanche Miss, finisher woolen factory, res 762 Brush 

Mercier Corinne Miss, dressmaker, res 762 Brush 

Mercier Chas H, barber, res 762 Brush 

Mercier Emile, barber, res 762 Brush 

Mercure Adelard, teamster, res 480 Third 

Meredith E, teacher of music, res 462 Ninth 

Meriam Cassius M, res 574 Thirteenth 

Merithew Chas H, clerk, res 571 East Twelfth 

Merle Adrain, clerk with Justinian Caire (S F), res 1010 Chester 

Mernagh Annie, seams'ress, res 369 Thirteenth 

Merriam Emma, res 565 Fifth 

Merriam Jas B, clerk with Merriam & Co, res 1382 Telegraph 
ave 

Merriam Wm A, clerk with Merriam & Co, res 1382 Telegraph 
ave 

Merriam Wm S (Merriam & Co), res 1382 Telegraph ave 

Merriam & Co (Wm S Merriam), groceries, 1229 Broadway 

Merrick Jas, driver with Richard W Merrick, res 960 Wash- 
ington 

Merrick John W, baker with R W Merrick, res 707 Fifth 

Merrick Richard W, propr Eclipse Bakery, res 960 Washington 

Merrill E C, conductor CPRR, res 1404 Tenth 

Merrill Elizabeth, res 1301 Franklin 



Schafer & Co.: Fine Custom Clothing to Order, M i5iSasss 



St. 
Francisco. 



Washington Brewery. 



WVotf-rmann A Co., Propi'9„ 

N. W. COS. 5th & IIEIHAM STBEETS. 



372 



OAKLAND. 



Merrill Isaac N, postal clerk RMS, res 14-44 Chestnut 

Merrill S C Mrs, res 1443 Linden 

Merrill Thos L, bookkeeper Contra Costa Water Co, res 457 Mer- 
rimac 

Merrill \Y B, brickmaker, res 1443 Linden 

MERRlSViAN A F (AF Merriman & Son), and president Kalio- 
dont Manufacturing Co, res 521 Eleventh 

MERRIMAN A F JR (A F Merriman & Son), res 521 Eleventh 

MERRIMAN A F & SON (A F Merriman Srand A F Merriman 
Jr), dentists, 1003 J Broadway, rooms 1, 28, 29 and 30, res 
521 Eleventh 

Merriman Peter, bookkeeper, res 569 Eighth 

Merritt Ambrose (Merritt & Turkington), res 3G2 Ninth 

Merritt Arthur, jeweler (S F), res 362 Ninth 

Merritt Chas Z, secretary S J K R C & I Co, res 592 Sycamore 

Merritt House, Mrs Maud M Ellsworth proprietress, 404 
Twelfth 

Merritt HP, draughtsman, res 1113 Franklin 

Merritt Jennie S Miss, teacher, res 1721 Thirteenth 

Merritt M L Mrs, res 523 Thirty-sixth 

Merritt R Mrs, res 1721 Thirteenth 

Merritt Samuel, propr Oakland Lumber Yard, cor First and 
Washington, res 1213 Madison 

Meiritt Stephen H. master mariner, res 1113 Franklin 

MERRITT & TURKINGTON (Ambrose Merritt and Win Turk- 
ington), undertakers, SE cor Eighth and Broadway 

Mersebach Chas, propr Oakland Dyeing Works, 865 Chester 

Mershon Emma Miss, res 472 Edwards 

Mersich Daniel Mrs, res 1573 Fifth 

Mertz John H, manufacturer iron bound windmills, etc, 1368 San 
Pablo 

Merwin Adelbert J, fireman C P R R, res 823 Twenty -second 

Merwin Belle E Miss, principal Broadway and Twenty-fifth 
Street School, res 612 East Fifteenth 

Merwin D W, conductor C P R R, res 561 East Eleventh 

Merwin Elias C, architect, res 612 East Fifteenth 

Merwin John G, clerk (S F), res 817 Brush 

Merwin Josiah B, laborer, res 823 Twenty-second 

Mesgell John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Messmer Minnie, domestic, 1320 Webster 

Mesteyer Henry, musician, res 817 Henry 

Metcalf Geo D (Metcalf & Metcalf), and notary public, 957 Broad- 
way, rooms 12 and 13, res Berkeley 

Metcalf John, hostler with James A Brown & Co, res 510 Thir- 
teenth 

Metcalf O B Mrs, res 910 Franklin 

Metcalf Victor H (Metcalf & Metcalf), res 1263 Harrison 



S. F. LAUNSET. *"°" """* tow 



PRICKS. OtHoo, 

8 Geary St., S. F., ana 862 Broadway, Oakland. 



JAMES L. BARKER, S^sSfSJ&l BERKELEY. 



OAKLAND. 



373 



METCALFWMJ (Porter Bros & Co), res Blake House 

Metcalf & Metcalf (Victor H and Geo D Metcalf), attorneys-at- 
law, 057 Broadway, rooms 12 and 13 

Methodist Episcopal Church, s s Temescal off Telegraph ave 

Methodist Episcopal Church, Cleveland ave, east of Telegraph 
ave, Temescal 

Metzger Emilie M Miss, res 610 Fourteenth 

Metzger Geo V, butcher, res 1110 Twelfth 

Metzger Lizzie Miss, res 1110 Twelfth 

Meves A Mrs, res 367 Tenth 

Meves August (Meves Bros), res 365 Tenth 

Meves Bernard (Meves Bros), res 073 Washington 

Meves Bros (August and Bernard Meves), watchmakers and jew- 
elers, 466 Tenth 

Me) r er Adolph, foreman with G W Meyer, 860 Broadway, res 362 
Tenth 

Meyer Alex, bookkeeper (S F), res 044 Wood 

Mever Alfred, clerk, res 720 Tenth 

Meyer Charles A, res 720 Tenth 

Meyer Edwin L, bookkeeper (S F), res 612 East Twentj'-second 

MEYER F H MRS, druggist, 1450 Seventh, res same 

Meyer Frederick, bartender with Charles Jurgens, res 400 
Twelfth 

Meyer G S, farmer, res 365 Second 

MEYER GUSTAVE W, hat manufacturer, 860 Broadway, res 
362 Tenth 

Meyer Henry, clerk with John Wulzen & Co, res 826 Franklin 

Meyer Henry, employe Shell Mound Park, res Hollis nr B 

Mever Henry, farmer, res Hollis bet Park ave and railroad tract 

MEYER HENRY H. proprietor Eureka Hotel, SW cor Washing- 
ton and Seventh 

Meyer Hermann (Buhsen & Meyer), res 1800 William 

Meyer Hugo S, merchant, res 215 Fifth 

Meyer John, butcher with J Breiling, res 1473 Eighth 

Meyer John, wood carver, res 1718 Filbert 

Meyer John H, fireman CPRR, res 751 Campbell 

Meyer Louis, bartender with Charles Jurgens, 

Meyer Louis, capitalist, res 612 East Twenty-second 

Meyer Louis Mrs, dressmaker, res 215 Fifth 

Meyer Mary Miss, res 7^0 Tenth 

Meyer Michael, engraver, res 1718 Filbert 

Meyer Peter, capitalist, res 1800 William 

Meyer Richard, confectioner with Bruning Bros 

Meyer Victoria Mrs. res 718 Filbert 

MeyerhofF Charles F, carpet layer with Charles L Taylor, res 481 
Twenty-fourth 

Meyerhoff Wilhelmine, res 481 Twenty-fourth 



res 400i 



Twelfth 



OAKLAND BREWERY, 



KRA3IM & IHKVEs, Proprietors. < or 

T«l«'*raj»h Aveimi- i»u<l Duraut Ktre.r 



M'BKSft wiSBS: S. F , Fresco and Decoratiye Artists. 



374 



OAKLAND. 



Meyers J C, carpenter with M S Jordan, res cor Curtis and 

Twentieth 
Meyers Robert, laborer, res 565 East Sixteenth 
Mezger Eugene, barber, res 1400 Twelfth 
Mhoon John B, attorney-at-law, res 1017 Adeline 
Michel August, merchant, res 1516 Eighth 
Miel Chas L Rev, res 1707 Lincoln 
Miel Percy F, clerk (S F), res 1707 Lincoln 
Mies Charles, brewer Brooklyn Brewery, res cor East Fourteenth 

and Eighteenth ave 
Miguet Marie, domestic, cor Sixth ave and East Twentieth 
Mikkelsen Christian, tailor, res 1727 William 
Milan J C, inspector Custom House (S F), res 958 Castro 
Milbourne E A, bartender, 801 Broadway, res NW cor Third 

and Jefferson 
MILBURY SAMUEL real estate agent, 958 Broadway, res 917 

Jefferson 
Miles John E, commission merchant (S F), res 1019 Eighth 
Miles William, engineer Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, res 619 East 

Fourteenth 
Mill Charles E, res 753 Seventh 
Mill Wm W, carpenter, res 1280 Eighth ave 
Millar John E (Simpson & Millar, S F), res 1318 Tenth 
Millen David C, carriage painter, res 220 Louisa 
Millen William J, watchman C P R R, res 220 Louisa 
Miller A B, teacher Snell's Seminary, res 1136 Myrtle 
Miller Agnes Mrs, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller Agnes Miss, res 1424 Webster 
Miller Agnes J, res 854 Brush 
Miller Albert, president San Francisco Savings Union (S F), res 

1264 Fourteenth 
Miller Alfred L, student, res n s Forty -sixth bet Shattuck ave 

and Grove, Temescal 
Miller Alice Miss, res 486 Merrimac 
Miller Annie, domestic, 1364 Broadway 
Miller Annie, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Miller Annie Miss, res East Oakland Hotel 
Miller Annie Mrs, res 1437 San Pablo ave 
Miller Annie J, res 667 Adeline 
Miller August, candy manufacturer, res 865 Center 
Miller C Mrs, res 1320 Eighth 
Miller Charles, cooper, res 865 Center 
Miller Charles A, capitalist, res 1004 East Sixteenth 
Miller Charles S, paperhanger with Whittier, Fuller & Co, res 

Newland House 
Miller Christian, gardener, res 473 Twenty-first 



8. 



F. LAUNDRY. 



«»OOI> WOltU, MMV PRICKS. Office, 

33 Geary St., S. F„ and 862 Broadw.v. Oakland 



5 MEM TIIPPIC 9 HO OABI1TET "WOOBS O^ .A-HiXj :eiSTT3S, 

ft LLC 11 , IUUULL & bU., DION 18 and 2u Npear Nr«et, tiian Francisco. 



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375 



Miller COG, cashier Central Gas Light Co (S F), res 1264 Four 

teenth 
Miller C P, brakeraan C P R R, res Seventh Street House 
Miller E, painter with J F Gardiner 
Miller Elias, carpenter, res Merced ave nr Shattuck ave, Tern 

escal 
Miller Emanuel, pile driver C P R R, res 1464 Telegraph 
MILLER EMMAi MISS, dressmaking, res 865 Center 
Miller Fanny Miss, res 1277 Webster 
Miller Frank, butcher with John C Miller, res cor Sixteenth 

and Peralta 
Miller Frank D, attorney-at-law, res n s Forty-sixth bet Shattuck 

ave and Grove, Temescal 
Miller Frederick, res Merced ave nr Shattuck ave, Temescal 
Miller Frederick C, compositor with H S Crocker & Co (S F), res 

729 Myrtle 
Miller George (A Waugh & Co, S F), res 1117 Alice 
Miller George, carpenter, res Merced ave nr Shattuck ave, Tem- 
escal 
Miller George, horse-trainer, res 1178 Broadway 
Miller George, sawyer, res 1619 Ninth ave 
Miller George Mrs, res 815 Washington 
Miller George H, druggist with Kirkland & Trowbridge, res 729 

Myrtle 
MjLLER GEORGE W hatter, 1013 Broadway, res 706 Tenth 
Miller Gustave, cook Capital Restaurant, res 1804 Seventh 
Miller Harry, clerk with E Selzer, res 729 Myrtle 
Miller Harry E, university student, res 1264 Fourteenth 
Miller Henry, attorney-at-law, office 453 Eighth, res 914 Wood 
Miller Henry R, clerk (S F), n s Ninth, res 1376 Eighth 
Miller Herschell B, clerk U S railway mail service (S F), res 662 

Twenty-fourth 
Miller Hilliard M, res 678 Sixteenth 

Miller H M A, secretary with Starr & Co (S F), res 1264 Four- 
teenth 
MILLER JAMES (Miller & Winsor), res cor Park and East 

Twelfth 
Miller Jennie Miss, dressmaker, res 856 Market 
Miller J Frank, auditor Custom House (S F), res Centennial 
Miller J Fred, bookbinder Tribune Publishing Co, res 272 Fifth 
Miller John, butcher, res Erie House 
Miller John, engineer, res 2248 Magnolia 
Miller John, junk dealer, res 1211 Twenty-fourth 
Miller John W, millwright, res 1618 Third 
Miller J C, teamster, res Dalton ave nr Bay, Butchertown 
Miller John C M, butcher, Fourteenth bet Broadway and Wash- 
ington 




Sc!i9fer&Co.:^;r^r^C!0THINn, 



\o. 11 Mont- 
gomery St., 



San Francisco. 



Washington Brewery, 



Westermann * Co., Pronrs- 

». W. COE. 5th * IIBIHAM STS2ETS. 



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Miller John F, bookbinder, res 272 Fifth 

Miller Joseph, gardener, res 947 Linden 

Miller Julia E Mrs, res 1320 Eighth 

Miller J, cook Seventh Street House, res 1804 Seventh 

Miller J W, hay and grain (S F), res 1404 Adeline 

Miller L, res 555 Twenty-first 

Miller L Ada Miss, res 662 Twenty-fourth 

Miller Louis, liquor saloon, 558 Franklin, res Alameda 

Miller Louis Mrs, res 624 Second 

Miller Louisa M Miss, dressmaker, res 865 Center 

Miller Martin H, driver B & P R R, res junction Piedmont and 
Webster 

Miller Mary, domestic, 1401 Castro 

Miller M E Mrs, res 826 Webster 

Miller Nellie R Miss, res 1277 Webster 

Miller Othmar, miller Samm's Flouring Mill, res 511 Third 

Miller Richard D, carpenter, res 1455 Broadway 

Miller Robert W (R W Miller & Co), res Galindo Motel 

MILLER R W & CO (Robert W Miller and Thomas G Harrison), 
wholesale and retail grocers, 413 Twelfth 

Miller S M, with Spruance, Stanly & Co (S F), res 854 Brush 

Miller W H, millwright, res 518 Third 

Miller William, clerk with Eibin & Nor, res 865 Center 
Miller William E, res 1277 Webster 
Miller William H, mine owner, res 486 Merrimac 
Miller William H Jr, clerk, res 486 Merrimac 
Miller William, superintendent Enterprise Mill, res 320 Sixth 
MILLER & W1NS0R (Jame Miller and Scrril Winsor), proprie- 
tors California Pottery and Terra Cotta Association, 1172 
Broadway 
Millett N M Mrs, res 912 Filbert 
Milliet Alexander, capitalist, res 416 First 
Mil liken D B, rancher, 776 Thirteenth 
Milliken J D, res Fortieth bet Lusk and San Pablo 
Milliken Newell S, mining, res 776 Thirteenth 
Milliken R Morton, res 776 Thirteenth 
Millikin Lizzie Miss, res 1355 Telegraph ave 
Millikin Maggie Mis*, dressmaker, res 1355 Telegraph ave 
Millington F K, brakeman C P R R, res Alameda 
Millman J H, paperhanger and decorator, 859 Broadway, room 15, 

res same 
Milloslavich Louis, restaurant, 459 Seventh, res 477 Eighth 
Mills Mary, milliner, res 323 Eleventh 
Mills Robert T, moulder, res 323 Eleventh 
Mills Thomas, laborer C P R R 
Mills William F, res 661 Twenty-fourth 
Milne David W, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 231 Ettie 



VTithin Fo» 
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BROADWAY 



Centrally 
Located. 



Now under 
the manage- 
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M. K. BLAKE, 

THCFOUNDU- 

BLAKE 

HOUSE, 

This well- 
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POPULAR 

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1059 

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rAMESL. BARKER, BERKELEY, Manager for The Berkeley Village Improvement 
Association. Plana furnished and houses built for CASH Or on INSTALLMENTS 



llCUHQRSr, 

Importer 

Flieflfitckei, 

JEWELRY 

Silverware, 

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OAKLAND. 



377 



Milnthorp Arthur, butcher, res 1479 Seventh 

Milnthorp Charles, res 1011 Third 

Mihvhorp Lizzie, domestic, 825 Fifteenth 

Millroy R B, mining superintendent, res 1064 Fourteenth 

Milton Anthony, master mariner, res 1839 San Pablo ave 

Milton J B, lieutenant U S Navy, res 1277 Twelfth ave 

Milton John, cook with B J Donahue, res 1770 Seventh 

Milwain Alexander, builder, res 1315 Franklin 

Minahan John, marble worker, res 520 Fifth 

Mincher Isaac, heater Judson Manufacturing Co, res 956 Twenty- 
eighth 

Mine Charles, laborer, res 1260 Center 

Mine Jacob, laborer, res 1260 Center 

Minear Effie Miss, dressmaker with Misses F and C Tucker, res 
609 Third 

Minear William, laborer, res 609 Third 

Miner Ann E Miss, res 1060 Poplar 

Miner E, conductor C P R R, res Union Hotel 

Miner Kate F Miss, dressmaker, res 569 Eighth 

Miner M-ry A Mrs, res 1451 Twelfth ave 

Mingo Charles, horseman, res NE cor Sixth and Broadway 

Mink Henry, laborer, res cor Todd and Paradise, Temescal 
Minnett George C, expressman, NE cor Thirteenth and Broad- 
way, res 411 Fifteenth 
Minugh Henry W, superintendent Vulcan Powder Works, San 

Pablo, res 226 Ninth 
Miocevich P N, cook with S Kosta, res Castro nr Seventh 
MIRANDA J B cigar manufacturer, 855 Franklin, res 618 

Eighteenth 
Mires James C, carpenter, 1468 Curtis 
"MIRROR" (The Illustrated), Mirror Publishing Co publishers, A 

L Pounstone manager, 954 Broadway, room 3 
Mirror Publishing Co, publishers Illustrated Mirror, 954 Broad- 
way, room 3 
Misfeldt Henry, gardener with Le<etter Reinle, res 1058 West 
Mishler Jane Mrs, res 1659 San Pablo ave 
Missamore Clara Miss, dressmaker, res 467 Tenth 
Misselt Agatha Mrs. res Chester House 
Mission School, SE cor Broadway and Second 
Mitchell Alexander, draughtsman, res Fortieth nr Telegraph 

ave 
Mitchell Alfred, res 811 Adeline 
Mitchell Andrew Rev, res 1318 Seventh 
Mitchell Andrew Jr. shoe cutter, res 1318 Seventh 
.Mitchell Benjamin H, brass finisher, res 415 Fourth 
Mitchell Charles, laborer, res 1162 Twenty-fourth 
Mitchell E J Mrs, dressmaker, res 516 Ninth 



OAKLAND BREWERY, 



KRAMM & DIEVES, Proprietors. Cor. 
Tt-legrauh Avenue and Durant Street. 



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MITCHELL FISCHER & KETSCHER (J R Mitchell, F X 

Fischer, and G Ketscher), machine and boiler shop and re- 
pairing, 625 Myrtle 
Mitchell Frank, merchant, res 1557 Seventh 
Mitchell Fred E, collector J Lusk Canning Co, res e s Telegraph 

ave nr Forty-second 
Mitchell Fred E Jr, salesman J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

ave bet Clifton and Summit 
Mitchell Frank J, merchant, res 1557 Seventh 
Mitchell Frank P, stationery, fancy goods, etc, 1100 Market, res 

same 
Mitchell Frank P, medical student, res 1100 Market 
Mitchell Harry, manager with Kohler & Chase, res 1068 Broad- 
way 
Mitchell Henry, res 1557 Seventh 
Mitchell James H, carpenter, res 1937 Union 
Mitchell Jennie Mrs, res 812 Pine 
Mitchell J M, machinist, res 1460 Fifth 
Mitchell John C, shoe cutter with E Bernheim & Co, res 1318 

Seventh 
Mitchell John H, groceries, 803 Castro, res 166 Second 
Mitchell John S, traveling salesman with A Fenkhausen & Co 

(S F), res 1956 Filbert 
Mitchell Joseph R (Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher), res 625 Myrtle 
Mitchell Louis A, bookkeeper Home Mutual Insurance Co, res 

934 Linden 
Mitchell M, laborer CPRR 
Mitchell Mary Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 142 Hollis 
Mitchell Mary E Mrs, res 1018 Twelfth 
Mitchell May Miss, shoe fitter with E Bernheim & Co, res 1318 

Seventh 
Mitchell Michael, laborer Pacific Nail Works, res 708 Filbert 
Mitchell Michael, laborer, res 1372 Eighteenth 
Mitchell Nicholas, laborer CPRR, res 1557 Seventh 
Mitchell Samuel H (Brown & Mitchell), res 1311 Jefferson 
Mitchell Thomas, clerk, res 708 Filbert 
Mitchell Thomas A, insurance agent, res 763 Thirteenth 
Mitchell W C.brakeman CPRR, res 730 Henry 
Mitchell Wm, machinist with Mitchell, Fischer & Ketscher 
Mitchell William, shoe fitter with E Bernheim & Co, res 1318 

Seventh 
Mitchell William C, engineer, res 1766 Eighth 
Mitchell William E, carriage washer with Myron M Tinkham, 

res NW cor Twelfth and Webster 
Mitchels Vincent P, sign painter, 406 Eighth, res 1754 Market 
Mix Gustave L, searcher of records, SE cor Broadway and Ninth, 

res 1267 Clay 

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Mix William A, clerk with G L Mix, res Avenue House 

Mock Theo F, teamster Renton Coal Co, res 411 Tenth 

Mocklar Ellen, res 845 Harrison 

MODEL RESTAURANT. N T Peterson proprietor, NE cor Sev 
enth and Broadway under Newland House 

Moe George E, brakeman CPRR 

Moe Theodore M, insurance (S F). res 1401 Harrison 

Moeller John H, porter (S F), res 1619 Seward 

Moflfett James A, conductor CPRR, res 817 Peralta 

Moffitt Geo D, baggageniaster CPRR, res 1067 Sixteenth 

Moffitt James (Blake, Rabbins & Co, S F), res NW cor Twenty- 
second and Webster 

MOFFITT JAMES, liquor saloon, NE cor Thirteenth ave and 
East Eleventh, and chief engineer fire department, res 623 
East Fourteenth 

Moffitt James K, student, res NW cor Twenty -second and Web 
ster 

Moffitt Joseph D, bartender with James Moffitt, res 623 East 
Fourteenth 

Moger Abram, contractor, res 826 Magnolia 

Moger W H, brakeman CPRR, res 826 Magnolia 

Mohr Elizabeth, res 1228 Twelfth ave 

Mohr Henrv, tinsmith with M De La Montanya, res 853 Thirty- 
first 

Molani Juan, laborer, SW cor Shattuck ave and Forty-eighth, 
Temescal 

Molina An tone, junk dealer, res 219 Second 

Moller H H, res SE cor Fortieth and Grove 

Moller William (Dalziel & Moller), res NE cor Nineteenth and 
Grove 

Molloney James, laborer CPRR Yards, res 953 Fifth 

Molloney Thomas, laborer CPRR 

Molloy Thomas, supervisor, res Brooklyn 

Moloney John, yard foreman CPRR, res 825 Market 

Moloney Patrick, ship joiner, res 1865 William 

Monaghan Bridget, res 806 Campbell 

Monaghan Hugh, groom Oakland Trotting Park 

Monaghan Patrick, car repairer CPRR Yard, res 1666 Pacific 

Monaghan William, car cleaner CPRR Yard, res cor Third and 
Chester 

Monaghan William, carriage washer with McCleverty & Noblett 

Monahan Charles, laborer, res 1122 Kirkham 

Monahan Kate Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 1307 Jefferson 

Monahan Lizzie, domestic, 405 Ninth 

Monahan Phoebe, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Monahan Thomas, moulder Judson Manufacturing Works, res 
O'Neal House, Emery Station 

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Mongelaz Charles J, liquors, SE cor Broadway and Sixth, res 564 

Seventh 
Monnet Louis, broker (S F), res 1154 Eighth 
Monnier Arthur H, jeweler, res Oakland House 
Monroe Alice E Miss., res 490 Twenty-third 
Monroe Charles G, salesman with Taft & Pennoyer, res 490 

Twenty-third 
Monroe Francis S, bookkeeper, res 490 Twenty-third 
Monroe John, engineer CPRR, res 833 Willow 
Monroe W H, stationer, res 324 East Eighth 
Monroe William E, clerk, res 490 Twenty-third 
Monrow John, engineer CPRR shops, res Charter Oak Hotel 
Monro w William, fireman CPRR, res 833 Willow 
Montague J P, laborer CPRR, res 383 Fourth 
Montague S S Mrs, res 1019 Filbert 
Montgomery Alexander, capitalist, res 482 Edwards 
Montgomery Robert C, commercial traveler, res 834 Seventeenth 
MONUMENT MARBLE WORKS, Wm Gross proprietor, 855 

Franklin under Galindo Hotel 
Mooar George Rev, pastor Plymouth Avenue Congregational 

Church res 444 Edwards 
Mooar Lucy Miss, teacher Primary Department Hopkins' Acad- 

emy, res 444 Edwards 
Mood E F, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Moody Edwin, draughtsman, res 118 Fourth 
Moody Horace, carpenter, res 761 Washington 
MOODY V0LNEY D. president First National Bank of Oakland, 

res 564 Fourteenth 
Moody Wm B, bo >kkeeper with Brown, Craig & Co (S F), res 

565 Eleventh 
Moody Wm C, bookkeeper Oakland Home Insurance Co, res 564 

Fourteenth 
Mooke Wm, teamster with H J McAvoy, res 970 Washington 
Moon A J, traveling agent, res Newland House 
Mooney Annie E, domestic, 919 Linden 
Mooney Ella, domestic, 541 Twenty-first 
Mooney James, watchman CPRR, res 987 Center 
Mooney M, fireman CPRR 
Mooney M Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
Moore Geo, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 

House, Emery Station 
MOORE A A (Moore & Reed), res SE cor Twentieth and Sixth 

ave 
Moore Albert R, plumber and tinsmith, 612 East Twelfth, res 

1308 Twelfth ave 
Moore Alexander, butcher, res 965 Pine 
Moore Alfred R, tinsmith, res 1308 Twelfth ave 



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Moore Chas E, master mariner, res 1059 Willow 

Moore Charles S, clerk with Norris k> Moore, res NW cor Birch 

ami Maple 
Moore C W (Norris & Moore;, res NW cor Birch and Maple 
Moore Edward F, carriage trimmer with Theodore Frank, res 

Mansion Houst 
M, ore Edward P, dentist with A F Merriman & Son, res 1156 

Broadway 
Moore Edwin S, artist, office 475 Ninth, res same 
Moore E E, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Moore E H, rancher, res Claremont ave, Temescal 
Moore E H Mrs, ladies' nurse, res Claremont ave, Temescal 
Moore F A, groceries and provisions, 1902 San Pablo ave 
Moore Fred R, painter with J A Moore, res 467 Thirteenth 
Moore Frederick W, expressman, cor Broadway and Ninth, res 

1572 Fifth 
Moore H H Mrs, res Merritt House 

Moore J A, painter, paperhanger, etc, 376 Tenth, res 467 Thir- 
teenth 
Moore James, carpenter, res 1813 San Pablo ave 
Moore James, heater Judson Manufacturing Works, res Halleck 

nr Emery Station 
Moore James T, harnessmaker with A W Palmer, res 1459 

Grove 
Moore John, porter Pullman palace cars, res 559 Sixth 
Moore John C, clerk with Kahn & Son, res 414 Sixth 
Moore J P, lumber dealer (Port Townsend), res 1219 Harrison 
Moore Katie, domestic, 130 Ninth 
Moore L, laborer CPRR 
Moore L D Mrs, res 922 Thirty-fourth 
Moore Margaret, res 414 Sixth 

Moore Mary F Miss, saleslady with Taft & Pennoyer, res 414 Sixth 
Moore Maud Mrs, res 573 Seventeenth 
Moore Mollie A Miss, dressmaker, res 951 Wood 
Moore Nellie F Miss, res 951 Wood 
Moore Nelson S, res 922 Thirty-fourth 
Moore Robert H, fireman CPRR, res 951 Wood 
Moore Theodora Miss, res 306 Fourteenth 
Moore T S, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1709 Chase 
Moore W A, machinehand with Curnham, Standeford & Co, res 

467 Thirteenth 
Moore William, laborer, res 223 Hannah 
Moore William, rougher Judson Manufacturing Works, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Moore William H, painter, res cor Magnolia and Thirty-fourth 
Moore Wm P. architect, res 1618 Twelfth 
Moore Wm W, hackman, res 475 Ninth 



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M00RE&REED(AA Moore and George W Reed), attorneys- 
at-law, BE cor Ninth and Broadway 

Moraga Albert, res 866 Cypress 

Morago J B, res Fortieth nr Tlegraph ave 

Moran Bernardi, liquor saloon, NW cor Thirty-sixth and San 
Pablo ave 

Moran Darby J, clerk with D Rathgen, res 805 Jefferson 

Moran Delia Mrs, res 713 Myrtle 

Moran Dennis, artificial stone worker, res 1536 Curtis 

Moran Francis, gardener, res 730 Filbert 

MORAN JAMES T (Greenhood & Moran), res 625 Filbert 

Moran Julia Miss, res 852 Henry 

Moran Michael J, stevedore, res 1665 Sixteenth 

Moran Retta Miss, res 485 Prospect 

Moran Samuel J, res 485 Prospect 

Moran Terrence J (Moran & Galavan), res 852 Henry 

Moran Thomas, capitalist, res 485 Prospect 

Moran & Galavan (T J Moran and James Galavan), plumbers 
and ^asfitters, 1512 Seventh 

Morck William (Stahlecker & Morck, res 764 Twentieth 

Morehead James T, bartender, res 818 Harrison 

Morehead James T Jr, pressman with D W Gelwicks & Co, res 818 
Harrison 

Morehouse C B Miss, res 565 East Eighteenth 

Morehouse Pearson F, bookkeeper (S F), res 565 East Eighteenth 

Moreton Henry, tailor, 505 Seventh, res 619 Sixth 

Morey M L, birds and confectionery, 1691 Seventh, res same 

Morey Nettie Mrs, res 1376 Webster 

Morey Roswell E, superintendent Union Box Factory (S F), res 
924 Twenty-eighth 

Morgan Bartlttt (Bart Morgan & Co), res 855 Myrtle 

MORGAN BART & CO (Bart Morgan and Geo H Carlock), drug- 
gists' books and stationery, junction Seventh, West and 
Market 

Morgan Charles B, secretary Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1363 
Castro 

Morgan Daniel, cabinetmaker with E Hook, res 360 Third 

Morgan David G, brass finisher, res 680 Twenty-third 

Morgan Edward H, cashier with A Mau & Co (S F), res 654 Four- 
teenth 

Morgan Enoch D, carpenter, res 680 Twenty-third 

Morgan George, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Morgan Geo L (Morgan & Lawson), res 1663 Grove 

Morgan Hannah Miss, res 953 Kii kham 

Morgan James, mining, res 120 East Fourteenth 

Morgan John, cabinetmaker, res 36<) Third 

Morgan Ludovic W, res 866 Cypress 



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Morgan Olive A Miss, assistant Durant School, res 1119 Sutter, 
San Francisco 

Morgan O R, carpenter, res 590 Thirty-fourth 

Morgan Page B, farmer, res Forty-fifth bet Telegraph ave and 
Broadway, Temescal 

MORGAN THOMAS W, city engineer, office City Hall, res 611 
Nineteenth 

Morgan W O, res 590 Thirty-fourth 

MORGAN & LAWSON (Geo L Morgan and Alex C Lawson), 
attorneys-at-law, 854i Broadway, rooms 3 and 4 

Morgenstern Louis A, business manager Oakland Theater, res 409 
Twelfth 

Morarty Jeremiah, tailor with S Francis, res 212 Fifth 

MORNJNG STAR COFFEE SALOON, George Bascizza proprie- 
tor, 1516 Seventh 

Moroni Marv E Miss, teacher, res 371 Tenth 

Morrill Frank B, employe C P p R, res 879 Cedar 

Morrill Simeon F, contractor r %Ld builder, res Claremont ave, 
Temescal 

Morrill Simon S, foreman Judson Manufacturing Works, res 2169 
West 

Morrill S S Jr, employe Judson Manufacturing Works, res 2169 
West 

Morris Amerigo, clerk, res 1712 Eighth 

Morris B Y, clerk C P R R, res Ross House 

Morris David, agent with Wellman & Dwyer, res 1165 Washing- 
ton 

Morris E C Miss, teacher Prescott Grammar School, res Thir- 
teenth nr Brush 

Morris Edward H, barber, res 1676 Eighth 

Morris Ellen Mrs, res e s Broadway bet First and the Bay 

Morris Frank B, bookkeeper, res 910 Filbert 

Morris Henry, bill clerk with Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson (S F), 
res 2233 Adeline 

Morris Harry, carpenter, res e s Broadway bet First and the Bay 

Morris Henry D, res 910 Filbert 

Morris Henry S, porter C P R R, res 1676 Eighth 

Morr's Jacob S, carpenter, res 1712 Eighth 

Morris James W, Salvation Army Leader, res 463 B 

Morris Johanna, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 

Morris Lemuel P, carpenter, res 2233 Adeline 

Morris M, conductor C P R R, res Revere House, Berkeley 

Morris Manuel, laborer C P R R, res 1115 Sixteenth ave 

Morris M E Miss, assistant Tompkins School, res 619 Third 

Morris M L, butcher, res 1144 Myrtle 

Morris Moses, conductor C P R R, res 1772 San Pablo ave 

Morris Preston, clerk CPRR, res 960 Fifth 




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Morris Thomas C, deputy county clerk, res Alameda 
Morris Thomas H, dental student with C S Lane, res 756 Thir- 
teenth 
Morrisey Catherine Mrs, res 1320 Sixth ave 
Morrisey John J, roller Judson Manufacturing Works, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Morrisey Richard, groceries, 241 Louisa 
Morrison Anna M Miss, bookkeeper, res 1771 Seward 
Morrison Daniel, watchman Oakland Planing Mills, res 662 

Washington 
Morrison E C, bookkeeper Oakland Bank of Savings, res 479 

Plymouth ave 
Morrison George W, manager Northwestern Manufacturing and 

Car Co, res Bartlett House 
Morrison Georgia Miss, res 718 Henry 
Morrison Hector, carpenter B and B department CPRR Yards, 

res 1771 Seward Ji - 

Morrison John (Hauclbine & Mbmson), res 1537 West 
Morrison John B, seaman, res Center bet A and B 
Morrison John T, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res Center 

bet A and B 
Morrison John T, special policeman, res 1036 Peralta 
Morrison Parker M, carpenter, res 2080 San Pablo ave 
Morrison Samuel, real estate agent (S F), res 1114 Tenth ave 
Morrison William Mrs, res 1577 Market 
Morrison W W (Fisher & Morrison), res 1875 William 
Morroff Albert, sugar planter (S I), res 1464 Telegraph ave 
Morrow David Rev, res Spring nr Adeline, Temescal 
Morrow David, farmer, res 1264 Twelfth ave 
Morrow F B, metals (S F), res 2257 Telegraph ave 
Morrow George, merchant (S F), res n s Birch nr Maple 
Morrow George P, merchant (S F), res n s Birch nr Maple 
Morrow J A, bookkeeper, res 7l0 Thirty-fourth 
Morrow John Mrs, res 2257 Telegraph 
Morrow Sadie Miss, assistant Bay District School, res Spring nr 

Adeline, Temescal 
Morse Ada G, Miss, res 568 Caledonia ave 
Morse C A Mrs, dressmaker, res 613 Tenth 
Morse E S Mrs, res 568 Caledonia 
Morse George W, carpenter, res 1361 Twelfth 
Morse Harry N, detective (S F), res cor Newton ave and East 

Twenty-third 
Morse Hiram Mrs, dressmaker, res 628 Seventeenth 
MORSE I P> agent West Berkeley Lumber Yard, office 957 

Broadway, room 24, res 1667 Ninth ave, East Oakland 
Morse Jacob, drayman, res 836 Broadway 



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Morse James E, shoemaker with David J Outram, res 546 

Twenty-second 
Morse Lucinda, res 831 Harrison 
Morse R, master mariner, res Winsor House 
Morse S B Rev, pastor First Baptist Church of East Oakland, 

res 554 East Sixteenth 
Morse Wilson, mechanic, res 463 Thirteenth 
Mortenson Charles G, machinist, res 245 Ettie 
Mortimer William H, clerk (S F), res 1310 Market 
Morton Amanda F, res 821 Fifteenth 
Morton Chas W, engineer, res 830 Webster 
Morton Christian, carpenter, res 1456 Linden 
Morton George H (W Morton & Son), res 830 Webster 
Morton H, brakeman C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 
Morton John, plumber with Bonham Bros, res 830 Webster 
Morton William (W Morton & Son), res 830 Webster 
Morton W & Son (William and George H Morton), carpenters 

and builders, res 830 Webster 
Mosbacher George, clerk with Kahn & Sons, res 520 Sixteenth 
Moses E A Miss, res 1067 Brush 
Mosher George W, car driver Oakland R R Co, res e s Telegraph 

ave bet Temescal and Birch 
Mosher Henry P, miner, res 957 Pine 
Mosher J L, printer, res 971 Cypress 
Mosher Mollie, proprietress Hotel de France, First bet Broadway 

and Franklin 
Mosier Charles, laborer C P R R Yards 
Moskirnan Robert H, compositor Vidette, res 715 Chester 
Moskiman Robert H Jr, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 

715 Chester 
Moskiman Sadie Miss, res 715 Chester 
Moskiman William W, printer (S F), res 806 Castro 
Moss Bertha Miss, operator with Zeimer & Co, res 528 Ninth 
Moss James W, sanitary inspector, City Hall, res 2223 Grove 
Moss J Mora, student, res New Broadway nr Moss ave, Moss 

Wood 
Moss J Mora Mrs, res New Broadway nr Moss ave, Moss Wood 
Moss Robert, laborer C P R R, res 317 Third 
Mote James, blacksmith, res 762 Franklin 

Mothersole George F, res NW cor Telegraph ave and Forty- 
third, Temescal 
Mothersole George J, tinsmith, res NW cor Telegraph ave and 

Forty-third, Temescal 
Mott Fannie, res 1714 Twelfth 

Mott Frank K. clerk with George S Brown, res 1714 Twelfth 
Mott Joseph A, roadmaster C P R R, res 1852 Division 
Mouber Mary, res 1717 Atlantic 



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Mould Wm R, res 1254 San Pablo ave 

Moulton Daniel S, assistant cashier Custom House (S F), res 1615 
Taylor 

Moulton Floyd W, bartender, res 631 Fourteenth 

Mnunicot G (Lacoster & Mounicot), res Stock Yards 

Mount James H (Mount & Buteau), res 627 Eighteenth 

Mount & Buteau (James H Mount and F H Buteau), poultry, 
game and produce, 1-5 City Market 

MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY, William Collins superintend- 
ent, D Edward Collins secretary, W C Mason treasurer, 
terminus Webster ave 

Mountain William, boilermaker C P R R, res 909 Willow 

Mouve Eugene, jeweler, res 165 Seventh 

Moyer Elizabeth, res 1423 Third 

Moyer Ettie Miss, compositor, res 1423 Third 

Moyer Frank, bookkeeper (S F), res 1163 Eleventh ave 

Moyer Lizzie Miss, printer, res 1423 Third 

Moynihan Daniel, laborer, 653 Magnolia 

Moynihan John (Moynihan & Goetz), res 520 Fifth 

Moynihan Michael, miner, res 110 Ettie 

Movnihan & Goetz (John Moynihan and H Goetz), marble works, 
" 711 Seventh 

Mueller Christian, teacher of music, res 1804 Chestnut 

Mueller Frank, butcher, 1301 Peralta 

Mueller Jacob, harnessmaker, 1259 San Pablo, res 247 Watts nr 
Peralta 

MUELLER JOHN C> upholsterer and furniture dealer, 1200 
Broadway, res 366 Fifth 

Mues Richard, carpenter, res 1830 William 

Muhlethaler John, saloon, SW cor Wood and Goss, res same 

Muir Barclay, pickle factory (Sacramento), res 721 Franklin 

Muir Thomas R, miner, res 1362 Twelfth 

Muir Wm, laborer, res 313 Sixth 

Mularkey John, laborer Pacific Nail Works, res 810 Third 

Mulford Hiram S, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1622 Thirteenth 
ave 

Mulgrew James, hostler, res 1267 Eighth ave 

Mulgrew James D, plumber .fire department, res 1267 Eighth 
ave, East Oakland 

Mulgrew John, res 1267 Eighth ave 

Mulgrew Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 1267 Eighth ave 

Mulharon Francis, 'longshoreman, res 1355 Seventeenth 

Mulholland George, driver, res 904 Thirty -second 

Mulholland George, teamster with Smith & Butler, res 415 Sev- 
enth 

Mulholland Hugh, laborer, res cor Walsworth and Oakland ave 

Mulholland Robert, farmer, res 904 Thirty-second 



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Mulholland Robert, saloon keeper, 415 Seventh 

Mulholland Sadie, res 1387 Mission 

Mullen , dairyman, res New Broadway north of Weston 

ave 

Mullen Alexander, carpenter, res 1922 San Pablo 

Mullen H Mrs, res 1017 Fourteenth 

Mullen Harriet M Miss, principal Harrison Street School, res 1017 
Fourteenth 

Mullen John, laborer, res cor Broadway and McAdam 

Mullen John, laborer CPRR Yards, res 84 Twenty-first 

Mullen Joseph F, bookkeeper and collector The Singer Manu- 
facturing Co, res Clarendon House 

Mullen Minnie, domestic, res 1415 Filbert 

Mullen Patrick, hackman, res 358 Seventh 

Mullen Patrick, milkman, res 1317 Campbell 

Mullen Thomas, res 913 Alice 

Muller Charles, violinist, res 951 Cypress 

Midler Fred, driver with McCleverty & Noblett, res Fashion 
Stable 

Muller H E, physician and surgeon, 856 Market 

Muller John, tailor, 1484 San Pablo 

Muller Mamie Miss, res 951 Cypress 

Muller Styh, brewer with Welscher & Braun, res cor East Four- 
teenth and Eighteenth ave 

Mullhaupt Rudolph, boots and shoes, 1622 San Pablo 

Mulligan John, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 1162 Peralta 

Mulligan John, gasfitter, res 1162 Peralta 

Mulligan Peter, bridge tender CPRR, res 809 Willow 

Mullin James, painter CPRR Ship Yard 

Mullin James, roller Judson Manufacturing Works, res Good 
Cheer House, Emery Station 

Mulqueeny James, laborer, res 133 Hannah 

Mulvey Christopher A, car repairer, res 1806 William 

Mulvey John, roller Pacific Nail Works, res 810 Third 

Mulvev John S, plasterer, res 1530 West 

Mulville N B, attorney-at-law (S F), res 616 Ninth 

Mumm Charles, ship carpenter CPRR Yard, res Bay nr Wil- 
liam 

Munce James, upholsterer with Henry Schellhaas, res 728 
Peralta 

Munce John, machinist CPRR shops, res 728 Peralta 

Munce Mary Miss, seamstress, res 728 Peralta 

Munday Bridget Mrs, res 972 Third 

Munday Maggie Miss, tailoress, res 972 Third 

Munday Mary Miss, dressmaker, res 972 Third 

Mundell John M, barber, res 716 Filbert 

Mundell Julia Mrs, res 716 Filbert 




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Munk Peter, laborer CPRR ship yard 

Munroe W, laborer CPRR 

Munsch E J, painter, res Central Hotel 

MUNSELL JAMES JR. general agent Mutual Benefit Life 

Insurance Co of Newark, N J. 415 Montgomery (S F), res 

1357 Eleventh ave bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Munson Arthur K, salesman with Folger & Co (S F), res 524 

Jones 
Murch Leonard H, gauger U S Internal Revenue (S F), res 739 

Myrtle 
Murdock William, carpenter, res 918 Filbert 
Murphy William L, patternmaker res 1914 Myrtle 
Murphy A J, brakeman CPRR. res Seventh Street House 
Murphy Annie Miss, res 1873 William 
Murphy Anthony, teamster, res 709 Webster 
Murphy Cornelius, laborer, res 409 Seventh 
Murphy Daniel, saloon, 1851 Seventh, res 1873 William 
Murphy Daniel, porter with Schmidt & Fieberling, res NW cor 

Second and Washington 
Murphy Daniel J, policeman, res 215 Sixth 
Murphy Edmond, fireman CPRR, res 1868 William 
Murphy Edward, stone cutter with J O'Connor, res Webster nr 

Mather 
Murphy Ellen, domestic, 1413 Grove 
Murphy H A, brakeman CPRR, res 1804 Seventh 
Murphy James, res 1756 Telegraph ave 
Murphy James W, clerk with O'Connor, Moffat & Co (S F), res 

737 Filbert 
Murphy John, clerk with Bowen & Co, res 404 Twelfth 
Murphy John, driver Hook and Ladder No 2, res 619 East 

Fourteenth 
Murphy John, engineer CPRR, res 355 B 

Murphy John, marker Contra Costa Laundry, res 1062 Kirkham 
Murphy Johanna Mrs, res 714 Linden 
Murphy Johanna, 1475 Seventh 
Murphy M, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Murphy Margaret Mrs, 216 Sixth 
Murphy Mary T Miss, res 687 Twenty-fourth 
Murphy Michael, laborer CPRR, res 416 Seventh 
Murphy Michael, laborer, res 1812 Seventh 
Murphy Michael, saloon, 713 Broadway, res 469 Fourth 
Murphy Patrick, car driver, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-eighth, 

Temescal 
Murphy Patrick, laborer, res 1062 Willow 
Murphy Patrick A, salesman, res 719 Alice 
Murphy Samuel E, jailor Court House 
Murphy Thomas, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 275 B 



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Murphy Thos, stone cutter, res 1322 Thirteenth ave 

Murphy Wm, engineer, res 1717 Taylor 

Murphy Wm, laborer, res 1714 Thirteenth ave 

Murphy Win C, pipeinaker, res 215 Sixth 

Murphy Wm J, bartender Overland House 

Murr C, res 404 East Twenty-fifth 

Murray Dennis, laborer, res 822 Myrtle 

Murray John, tailor, res 974 Twenty-fourth 

Murray Mary Miss, res Castro bet Fifth and Sixth 

Murray Robert N, builder, res 698 Twenty-fourth 

Murray Rodger, laborer C P R R, res 707 Chester 

Murray Thomas, tailor, res 974 Twenty-fourth 

Murray Timothy, ship carpenter C P R R Yard, res 1676 Atlantic 

Murray William, engineer, res 1521 Seventh 

Murray William F, stableman with George C Hunt, res 514 

Fourteenth 
Murtha William H, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Murvey Mary Miss, res 724 Peralta 
Musgrave Maggie Miss, seamstress with Zeimer & Co, res 467 

Tenth 
Musgrave Margaret Mrs, furnished rooms, 467 Tenth 
Musgrave M E Miss, cloakmaker with Kahn & Sons, res 467 

Tenth 
Musgrave Robert W, physician, res 467 Tenth 
Musgrave Robert W, medical student, res 467 Tenth 
Musser Ormsby C, salesman with Bennison, Liebmann & Co, res 

Bushell House 
Musser Wash, painter, res 1858 Division 

MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEWARK, N J. 

James Munsell Jr general agent, 415 Montgomery, San 
Francisco 

MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO OF NEW YORK, James L 

Fogg agent, 460 Tenth 
Muurmann Peter, seaman, res 230 Louisa 
Myer John, painter C P R R ship yard 
Myers Adam J, nailer, res 812 Castro 
Myers Andrew, farmer, res 826 Sixteenth 
Myers Charles S, nailer, res 812 Castro 

Myers Fred F, cattle dealer, res SW cor Seventh and Market 
Myers Harriet F Mrs, res 727 Eighth 
Myers John, laborer C P R R Yards, res 751 Campbell 
Myers Kate Miss, cashier with Reuter & Hanson, res 471 Fourth 
Myers Mina M Mrs, liquor saloon, cor Fourth and Franklin, res 

same 
Myers Wm G, blacksmith, NW cor Twenty-second and San 

Pablo ave, res 1606 San Pablo ave 
Myles Richard, painter, res 516 Sixth 



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Myles William, plasterer, res 216 Fifth 

Myrick John B, machinist CPRR shops, res 1659 Eighth 

Myrick Lizzie B Miss, assistant Durant School, res 1369 Castro 

Myrick Mary A Mrs, res 1369 Castro 

Myrick R C, res 704 Market 



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Naegle Charles, clerk with Fisher & Taylor, res 360 Second 

Naegle Frank W, clerk, res 607 Webster 

Naegle Geo H, teamster, res 607 Webster 

Naegle John J, teamster with Fisher & Taylor, res NW cor 
Second and Webster 

Naegle Joseph W, clerk with Fisher & Taylor, res 607 Webster 

Naegle Wm F, clerk with E Abraham, res 607 Webster 

Nagle Edward, gardener, res 566 Sixteenth 

Nagle Henry H, manager with Parrott & Co (S F), res 973 Fifth 
ave 

Naismith Gavin, dry goods, 1764 Seventh, res same 

Naismith Geo S, insurance agent, 476 Eighth, res 952 Thirty- 
sixth 

Naismith Grace Mrs, res 465 Thirteenth 

Naismith James S, clerk, res 465 Thirteenth 

Naismith Jennie S Mrs, fancy goods, 465 Thirteenth 

Naismith John, barber (S F), res 523 Tenth 

Narvaez Gussie Miss, res 465 Twentieth 

Nasen Christian, blacksmith, res Center bet A and B 

Nash John A, real estate, res 1220 Castro 

Nash Joseph, mining secretary, res 870 Castro 

Nathan Ned B, capitalist, res 517 Ninth 

National Healer and Cleanser, Electric Mineral Soaps, and China 
and Japan Tea Co, also rooms to rent, H M Baily, 506 Ninth 

Nativel T C, propr East Oakland Pottery, office cor Nineteenth 
ave and East Twelfth, res same 

Naughton Colman, laborer CPRR 

Naughton R, laborer CPRR 

Nava'les Peter, lavmdrvman Contra Costa Laundry 

Neal B. its 408 East twelfth 

Neal Charles, clerk recorder's office, res 836 Jackson 



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Neal Charles, engineer CPRR, res 1524 Eighth 

Neal H H Mrs, res 418 Twelfth 

Neal J Mrs, saleslady with John F Snow, res 508| Fifteenth 

Neale Charles L, copyist Hall of Records, res 836 Jackson 

Nealon John, res 572 Tenth 

Nealson Peter, coachman, 1069 Market 

Neary Annie, domestic, 1034 Adeline 

Nedderman Henry, special policeman, res 423 East Twelfth 

Neecfham Albert, clerk with Geo Black, res 939 Wood 

Needham's D Sons, Mrs E G Gray agent, 410 Thirteenth 

Neel V B Mrs, res 120 Eleventh 

Neher Abraham D (Neher & Clement), res 1769 Sixteenth 

Neher & Clement (A D Neher and A E Clement), saloon and 

restaurant, 1769 Sixteenth 
Neil Charles, engineer CPRR, res 1524 Eighth 
Neil Elizabeth Mrs, res 171 Eighth 
Neil Thomas, clerk with G L Mix 
Neil William, plasterer, res 1420 Twelfth 
Neill Thomas, clerk, res 815 Washington 
Neilson August, laborer, res rear 466 Sixth 
Neilson I Miss, res 1016 Sixteenth 
Neilson Lena, dressmaker, res 839 Clay 
Neilson Peter F, res 1320 Kirkham 
Neily Mattie Miss, res 727 Chester 
NELLE WILLIAM, meat market, 371 Twelfth, res 485 Prospect 

ave 
Neller Leopold, brewery, Berkeley, res 513 Frederick 
Nelsen Johanna, domestic, res 1021 Ninth ave 
Nelsen Mary, domestic, res 463 East Eleventh 
Nelson A Miss, res cor Brooklyn and Bay 
Nelson C, master mariner, res 110 East Twelfth 
Nelson Carl, carpenter, res 1843 Myrtle 
Nelson Charles H, harnessmaker, res 964 Cypress 
Nelson Christian, coachman, res 490 Orchard 
Nelson Christian, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good 

Cheer House 
Nelson C O, lodgings, cor Broadway and Second 
Nelson Daniel, carpenter, res 661 Adeline 
Nelson Edward, master mariner, res 4 Maiden Lane 
Nelson Edward G, mechanic, res 831 Willow 
Nelson Frederick, captain, res 520 East Eleventh 
Nelson George G, carpenter S P R R (S F), res 677 Twenty-fifth 
Nelson Hans, tailor, res 946 Pine 
Nelson J Mrs, res 964 Cypress 

Nelson James, laborer CPRR Yards, res Central Hotel 
Nelson James W, salesman (S F), res 778 Eleventh 
Nelson John F, master mariner, res 310 East Sixteenth 





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OAKLAND. 



Nelson Lena Mrs, bakery and restaurant. 403 Eighth, res 849 
Clay 

Nelson Mary Miss, saleslady Cape Ann Bakery, res NW cor Clay 
and Eleventh 

Nelson Melvin, planing mill (S F), res 1121 Campbell 

Nelson Peter, driver Fruit Vale R R, res 664 East Eighteenth 

Nelson Peter, plasterer, res 1678 Atlantic 

Nelson William, agent, res 1267 Twelfth ave 

Neppert John A, upholsterer with Elijah Hook, res S F 

Nerner Charles, barber, 1011 Webster, res 1936 Myrtle 

Nei-ney Mary Mrs, res SE cor Oak and Fifth 

Nesbitt Jean W Miss, assistant Grove Street Primary School, res 
754 Tenth 

Nesbitt Josie Miss, res 1354 Eleventh ave 

Nestmann Joseph, sawyer, res Lusk bet Fortieth and Forty-first, 
Temescal 

Nethercott Joseph H, car repairer C P R R Yards, res 1419 Third 

Netherton William P, student, res 467 Tenth 

Nettleton Eugene B, engineer, res 1844 Grove 

Nettleton Miranda I, res 1844 Grove 

Neuer Rosa F, teacher Snell's Seminar}' 

Neumann Albert, peddler, res 1357 Sixteenth 

Neumann Arthur, driver Oakland Tee Works, res 561 Eighth 

NEW FULTON MARKET M Rosenberg proprietor, 1274 Mar- 
ket 

New Jerusalem Mission Sabbath School, Sunday mornings 9:30 
to 10:30, 806 Montgomery 

New Liberty Bakery, C C Greenough, Chas Smith and Jotham 
S Marston proprs, 857 Washington 

New Orleans Insurance Association, H Griffin agent, 958 Broad- 
way 

New York Bakery, McKenzie & Co proprs, 910 Broadway 

New York Hotel, James Gibbons propr, SE cor Seventh and 
Franklin 

New York Tea Co, Geo and James Wallace proprs, 839 Bi-oadway 

NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE C0> F M Gilcrest agent, 466 
Eighth 

Newbert James C, salesman with C and A Nordhausen, res 519 
Sixth 

Newbert Louis T, cigarmaker with Frederick Stehm, res Union 
Hotel 

Newbv H C (Newby & West), res 1474 Ninth 

NEWBY & WEST (H C Newby and F M West), buggies, wag- 
ons, harness and saddles, 473 and 475 Twelfth 

Newcomb Lucy Miss, res 534 Fifteenth 

Newcomb Warren W, ticket agent San Quentin Ferry (S F), 
res Webster nr Howard 



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NEW CUM BROS ( E T and W A Newcum), groceries, fruits and 
vegetables. 1120 Center 

Newcum E T (Newcum Bros), res 1112 Center 

Newcum William, lather, res 1112 Center 

Newcum William A (Newcum Bros), res 1112 Center 

Newell B R Mrs, res 569 Eighth 

Newell C S, remodeler, res 948 Campbell 

Newell James, laborer C P R R Yards, res 1420 Seventeenth 

Newell Julia Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 807 Castro 

Newell S A Mrs, res 2263 Telegraph 

Newhouse Henry, wood carver with Burnham, Standeford & Co, 
res 213 Sixth 

Newkoop John, carpenter, res 960 Clay 

Newland Andrew, res Lake Shore ave 

Newland Edward (Newland & Pumyea), res 1677 Valdez ave 

Newland Edward A Jr, bookkeeper, res 1677 Valdez ave 

Newland House, William Kent propr, NE cor Seventh and Wash- 
ington 

Newland Thomas B, carpenter C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 

NEWMAN A C> proprietor Girard House, 955§ Washington 

Newman Albert, peddler, res 1357 Sixteenth 

Newman Otto, driver Oakland Ice Works 

NEWMAN THOMAS, proprietor Pullman Palace Saloon with 
pool and billiard parlors attached, 1791 Seventh, res 876 
Wood 

NEWPORT SWIMMING BATHS: J P Wonderlich proprietor, 
Second Avenue Station, Alameda 

Newsom John J, architect, res 817 Market 

Newsom Joseph C, architect, res 1554 Eighth 

Newsom Lavens M, nursery and seed store, 151 East Twelfth) 
res 1275 Sixth ave 

Newsom Samuel, architect, res cor Fourth ave and East Nine- 
teenth 

Newsom Thomas D, architect, 456 Eighth, res 817 Market 

Newton Chas, capitalist, res cor Hanover ave and Lester 

Ney Bryan Marshall, capitalist, res 680 Eighteenth 

Neylan James, lumber (S F), res 1267 Eighth 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co, Jas L Fogg agent, 460 Tenth 

Nicholas John, laborer, res 676 Twenty-seventh 

Nicholas Joseph, laborer, res 676 Twenty-seventh 

Nicholl Block, NE cor Ninth and Washington 

Nichols Ada M Miss, res 459 Twenty-second 

Nichols C, fireman C P R R 

Nichols Carrie Miss, res 459 Twenty -second 

Nichols Chas E, carpenter with W H Weilbye, res 616 Four- 
teenth 



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Nichols Chas M, surveyor Board of Fire Underwriters (S F), res 
1062 Seventh ave 

Nichols D G, nailer, res 731 Myrtle 

Nichols Elam, res 1062 Seventh ave 

Nichols Geo W, carpenter with W H Weilbye, res 463 Twenty- 
first 

Nichols James J, carpenter with W H Weilbye, 459 Twenty- 
second 

Nichols Joseph, laborer CPRR 

Nichols Stephen D, tinner (S F), res 1382 Broadway 

Nichols Win W, brewer, res 1641 San Pablo ave 

Nicholson Dena Miss, res 517 Twenty-first 

Nicholson Geo J, nursery, NW cor Thirteenth and Webster, res 
1703 Grove 

Nicholson Isaac E, ph} 7 sician, office 626 Eighth, res same 

Nicholson John H, with E Detrick & Co (S F), res 1211 Alice 

Nicholson JohnH, res 517 Twenty-first 

Nicholson J Y Mrs, res 1211 Alice 

Nicholson Walter, carriagemaker, res 1516 Eighth 

Nickerson Everett, bookkeeper (S F), res 1660 Eighth 

Nickerson George W, carpenter, res 1721 Myrtle 

Nickerson Zenas P Capt, res 911 Willow 

Nicklar Geo, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

NICKS RESTAURANT AND OYSTER HOUSE, 463 and 465 

Seventh 
Nicol Mary A Mrs, janitress Clawson Primary School, res 714 

Twenty-fifth 
Nicolaysen Frank N, with C L Robinson & Co, res 1157 Center 
Nicora Bernard (J Adamina & Co), res 822 Twenty-ninth 
Niedt Antone, res cor Green and Dalton ave 
NiedtT R, laborer, res Halleck ave nr Alice, Butchertown 
Nief F A, veterinary surgeon, 1178 Broadway 
Niel , roller Judson Works, res Good Cheer House, Emery 

Station 
Nielsen Carl, employe Pioneer Planing Mill, res Myrtle nr 

Twenty-seventh 
Nielsen Lars, coachman with N W Spaulding 
Niemann Christian, porter with Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson 

(S F), res 142 Hollis 
Nightingale Fred, conductor CPRR, res 734 Chester 
Nightingale Margaret, nurse, res 1762 Eighth 
Nightingill A F Mrs, res cor Brooklyn and Bay 
Nightingill Chas B, res cor Brooklyn and Bay 
Nightingill G F, conductor CPRR, res 734 Chester 
Nigro F, real estate, res 859 Center 
Ninth Street Livery Stable, Rofo-rt Glover propr, 570 and 

572 Ninth 



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Nisbitt M A Mrs, res 1354 Eleventh ave 
Nissen Carl, gardener, res 1305 Webster 
Nissen Christian, blacksmith Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Center bet A and B 
Niver Adelia Mrs, res 713 Third 
Nixon Alex B, student, res 529 Twenty-first 
Nixon Martha M Mrs, dressmaker, res Minna east of Telegraph 

ave, Temescal 
Nixon Robert B, carpenter, res Minna east of Telegraph ave, 

Temescal 
Noble Geo A, clerk (S F), res 1860 William 
Noble Jesse W, clerk CPRR, res I860 William 
Noble John, tailor, res 1616 Fifteenth 

Noble Wm W, farmer and stock-raiser, res 678 Seventeenth 
Noblett Edward, clerk with McCleverty & Noblett, res 1058 

Alice 
Noblett Robert (McCleverty & Noblett), res 1058 Alice 
Nobman Chas A, seaman, res 675 Fourth 
Noisat Paul, bookkeeper with Peter Noisat, res 580 Fourth 
Noisat Peter, liquor saloon, 1233 Broadway, res 580 Fourth 
Nolan Ann Miss, dressmaker, 913 Seventh 
Nolan Bernard, plasterer, res NW cor Third and Chestnut 
Nolan Bridget, res 1213 Fifteenth ave 
Nolan Cornelius, expressman, res 712 Twenty-seventh 
Nolan Dennis, blacksmith, 410 Sixth, res 714 Linden 
Nolan Eugene, sign painter with Vincent P Mitchels, res 752 

Brush 
Nolan Geo, brass moulder (S F), res 1810 Goss 
Nolan Harry, butcher, res 1787 Seventh 

Nolan James, engineer Oakland Gas Light Co, res 661 Jefferson 
Nolan James, saloon, 420 Seventh, res same 
Nolan James E, sign painter with V P Mitchels, res 752 Brush 
Nolan John J, clerk with M J Kelley, res 970 Madison 
Nolan Lawrence, harnessmaker (S F), res 1810 Goss 
Nolan Michael, laborer CPRR Yards, res 1711 Chase 
Nolan Michael, milk ranch, res 1213 Fifteenth ave 
Nolan Sarah Miss, dressmaker, res 1810 Goss 
Nolan Timothy, teamster, res 709 Clay 
Nolan W, laborer, CPRR 
Nolan Wm, contractor, res 752 Brush 
Nolan Wm H, boots and shoes, 1071 Broadway, res Centennial 

House 
Nolen Michael J, attorney- at-law (S F), res 843 Madison 
Noll Geo Jr, photographer with M A Samuels, res San Fran 

cisco 
Noll Joseph, saloon, 856 Webster 
Nolte Henry, music dealer (S F),«res 717 Tenth 



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OAKLAND. 



Nommeusen Chas E, liquor saloon, 1226 Broadway, res same 

Noonan Dennis, lather, res 652 Linden 

Noonan Martin, dispatching engineer C P R R Yards, res 1628 
Twelfth 

Noonan Patrick, butcher, res Avon, Temescal 

Noonan Wm J, farmer, res Avon, Temescal 

Nor Andrew J (Eiben & Nor), res 1701J Eighth 

NOR CHRIS H- livery stables, horses, rockaways, carriages and 
buggies constantly on hand, 1565 Seventh, Center Street 
Station 

Norcross James, res 1019 Willow 

Norcutt Annie Miss, res 819 Filbert 

Norcutt Zachary T, brakeman S P R R, res 819 Filbert 

NORDHAUSEN C & A (Chas C and Ernest A Nordhausen), 
clothing and furnishing goods, 1051 Broadway 

Nordhausen Chas C (C & A Nordhausen), res 1322 Adeline 

Nordhausen Ernest (C & A Nordhausen), res 319 Sixth 

Nordhausen Mary, res 319 Sixth 

Nordyke B R, clerk Signs of the Times, res 814 Twelfth 

Norgrove John, trunkmaker (S F), res 975 Pine 

NORMAN ELLEN MRS. groceries and market, SE cor Jefferson 
and Third, res 579 Third 

Norman Wm, car repairer C P R R, res 668 East Sixteenth 

Normand Lawrence, glovemaker, res 5C6 Fifth 

Normandin Louis, res San Pablo ave bet Thirty -sixth and Thirty- 
seventh 

Norr Andrew H, hackman, res 1565 Seventh 

Norris C R (Norris & Moore), res Temescal nr Telegraph ave 

Norris Edward, teamster, res 920 Thirt}^-sixth 

Norris James C, clerk P C S S Co (S F;, res 1268 Harrison 

Norris James H, bookkeeper, res 526 Tenth 

Norris Wm E, druggist, res 1261. Jefferson 

Norris Wm L, machinist, res 1261 Jefferson 

Norris & Moore (C R Norris & C W Moore), groceries, e s Tele- 
graph ave bet Birch and Vernon 

North Albert, res 220 Center 

NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE CO, Strong 

& Watson agents, 470 Ninth 
North German Fire Insurance Co of Hamburg, Martens & 
Meese agts, 907 Washington 

NORTHWESTERN MANUFACTURING AND CAR CO. Geo 

W Morrison manager, 654 Washington 
Northey V S (Northey & Wagar), res 553 East Fifteenth 
Northey & Wagar (V S Northey and L Wagar), carriage manu- 
facturers, SE cor East Twelfth and Sixteenth ave 
Noi thnagle Geo W, upholsterer, res 526 Thirty-fifth 
Northrup B C, foreman Jute Mill, res 460 East Twelfth 



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Northup E Geo, res 1714 Seward 

Norton B R, manager Oakland Ice Works, res Grand bet Rail- 
road and Santa Clara, Alameda 
Norton Frank B, Feiling, Norton & Co (S F), res 527 Eighteenth 
Norton Jas, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Norton John A (Turk & Norton), res 574 Sixteenth 
Norton Martin, gardener, res Avon, Temescal 
Norton Rachaei Miss, res 2106 Telegraph ave 
Norton Reuben (Noyes & Norton, S F), res 1508 Ninth 
Norton Wm, coachman with P J Galpin,res Clarcmont ave, Tem- 
escal 
Norton Wm H, train dispatcher C P R R, res 934 Pine 
Noyer Frank, gardener, Twenty-sixth nr Broadway 
Noyes Bartholomew, attorney-at-law (S F), res 2023 Summit 
Noyes Martin R, carpenter, res 476 East Eleventh 
No} T es Mary C, res 2023 Summit 
Noyes Wm, with John Sanderson, res East Brooklyn 
Noyes Wm, mining engineer, res 2023 Summit 
Nugent Frederick C, laborer, res 1872 Atlantic 
Nugent Jas, saloon keeper, 879 Washington, res same 
Nunan John J, marble cutter with Wm Collins, res John nr Web- 
ster 
Nunan Matthew C, meterman San Francisco Gas Light Co, res 

918 Henry 
Nunan Thos W, carpenter, res 1461 Third 
Nunenmacher Robt, gardener, res 1669 Valdez 
Nunes J, laborer C P R R 

Nunes Petonie, laborer C P R R, res 1365 Eighteenth 
Nusbaumer Emil, attorney-at-law and justice of peace of Oak- 
land Township, 859 Broadway, res 1437 San Pablo ave 
Nusbaumer F Mrs, assistant Irving Grammar School, res 814 

Fourteenth 
Nusbaumer Geo L, county surveyor, office 4, Court House, res 814 

Fourteenth 
Nutting David W, conductor C P R R, res 864 Chester 
Nutting Geo H, conductor C P R R, res 864 Chester 
Nyboe Andreas P, gardener, cor Webster and Piedmont Road 
Nye Edward, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Nye Stephen G (Nye & Richardson), res San Leandro 
Nye & Richardson (S G Nye and J B Richardson), attorneys-at- 

law, 456 Eighth, rooms 8, 9, and 10 
Nyland H, gardener, res Eureka Hotel 



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Oak Grove Tannery, s s East Twelfth opp Eighteenth ave 
Oak Leaf Lodge No 35, A O U W, 377 Twelfth 
Oak Ora, clerk with A L Bancroft & Co (S F),res 912 Filbert 
Oakes Wm J, sign writer, 366 Thirteenth, res n s Thirty-ninth 
nr Grove 

OAKLAND, ALAMEDA AND BERKELEY DIRECTORY, L M 

McKenney & Co publishers, 470 Ninth, Oakland, 518 

Clay, S F 
Oakland and San Francisco Express, Henrj' S Jones propr, SW 

cor Sixth and Broadway 
Oakland Artesian Water Co, Wm H Finch superintendent, office 

991 Pine 

OAKLAND ARTIFICIAL STONE PAVING CO, L F Reichling 

manager, L F Shepherd superintendent, office 466 Ninth 

OAKLAND BANK OF SAVINGS, EC Sessions president, Wm 
W Garth waite cashier, NE cor Twelfth and Broadway 

OAKLAND BRASS WORKS, Chas H Pond manager, 463 
Third 

OAKLAND BREWERY, Kraram & Dieves proprietors, cor Tele- 
graph ave and Durant 

Oakland Broom Factory, Lewis Carpenter propr, NE cor Thir- 
teenth and Webster 

OAKLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE AND TELEGRAPH IN- 
STITUTE, W J McGarvey principal, 1069 Broadway 

Oakland Business Agency, Appley & Schottler proprietors, 859 
Broadway 

Oakland Chapter No 26, RAM, Jas Lentell secretary, meets at 
Masonic Temple 

Oakland City Flouring Mills, Hickok, Schroeder &Coproprs, 417 
Third 

Oakland Commandry No 11, K T, Samuel T Black recorder, 
meets at Masonic Temple 

Oakland Council No 12, R and S M, E Winchester recorder, 
meets at Masonic Temple 

Oakland Engine Co No 3, 1671 Eighth 

Oakland Fire Insurance Co, H Griffin agent, 958 Broadway 

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Silrerware, 

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Oakland Frauen Verein, meets at Gemiania Hall once each 

month 
Oakland Five Kindergarten, Miss Abbie H Houseman principal, 

659} Broadway 
OAKLAND FREE LIBRARY, Miss Ina D Coolbrith librarian, 

Fourteenth nr City Hall 
OAKLAND GAS LIGHT CO. Joseph G Eastman president, J A 

Britton secretary, works cor First and Washington and 

First and Jefferson, office 483 Ninth cor Washington 



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OFFICERS: 

JOS. <,. EASTLAND President 

J. A. BRITTON Secretary 

VAN L. EASTLAXD Superintendent 

Oakland Grove No 24, A O O Druids, meets at Germania Hall 

every Wednesday 
OAKLAND HOME INSURANCE CO, Wm P Jones president, Wm 

F Blood secretary, NW cor Ninth and Washington 
Oaklam I High School, J B McChesney principal, NW cor Twelfth 

and Market 
OAKLAND ICE WORKS, R R Thompson proprietor, B R Norton 

manager, 365 Tenth 
Oakland Iron Works, Scoville & Co proprs, NE cor Second and 

Jefferson 
OAKLAND INDEPENDENT (weekly), Moffitt & Burke publish 

ers and proprietors, 459 Ninth 
"OAKLAND JOURNAL" (weekly German newspaper), A M 

Schutt proprietor, 832 Webster 
Oakland Liberal League No 256, 1058 Broadway 
Oakland Light Cavalry Armory, 1064 Washington 
Oakland Lodge of Perfection No 12, A and A S Rite, L W Al- 

lum secretary, meets at Masonic Temple 
Oakland Lodge No 188, F and A M, Albah K Clark secretary, 

meets at Masonic Temple 
Oakland Lumber Yard, Samuel Merritt propr, cor First and 

Washington 
Oakland Norma! School, Wm C Dodge principal, 1219 Webster 
Oakland Observatory, on square bounded by Jefferson, Grove, 

Tenth and Eleventh 



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Washington Breivery, 



Westfrmann A Co., Proprs. 

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OAKLAND. 



Oakland Pickle Factory, Franke & Lewis proprs, 1622 Grove 

Oakland Pickle Works, Win Vander Weele propr, SW cor Third 
and Lewis 

Oakland Planing Mill, Burnheim, Standeford & Co proprs, Wash- 
ington from First to Second 

Oakland Post-office, junction Broadway and San Pablo ave 

"OAKLAND PRESS." DeWitt C Lawrence editor and proprietor, 
1520 Seventh 

OAKLAND RAILROAD CO, J S Emery president, H H Towns 
secretary, G Y Loring superintendent, office 921 Broadway 
OAKLAND REPORTER ', J R Wharton manager, 912 Broad- 
way 

OAKLAND ROLLER SKATING RINK. Allen Bros proprietors, 
419 Thirteenth 

Oakland Sanitarium, Daniel Stuart propr, 1920 Seventh 

Oakland Steam Carpet Beating Establishment, Wm & Frank 
Conklin proprs, Twenty-first bet Telegraph ave and New 
Broadway 

Oakland Theater, Fred W Bert manager, Twelfth bet Webster 
and Harrison 

OAKLAND TRANSFER CO, Oscar Fitch and Wm Vulguth 
proprietors, 962 Broadway, 3 Post and 28 Market (S F), 
Masons Store, East Oakland 

"OAKLAND TRIBUNE." W E Dargie manager, T T Dargie sec- 
retary 

Oakland Trotting Park, Edward Wiard propr, w s San Pablo 
ave, 2 miles NW from City Hall 

Oakland Turn Verein, meets Monday and Friday for practice, 
business meeting on Wednesday, Germania Hall 

Obenauer Geo, tailor, res 765 Jackson 

Ober Morris, clerk with A M Wachs, res 1214 Broadway 

Oberg Gustave, laborer Narrow Gauge R R wharf, res 307 Third 

Oberg Martin, laborer, res Prospect ave east of Broadway 

O'Brien Annie, domestic, 1325 Alice 

O'Brien Bridget, 1817 Goss 

O'Brien Carrie Miss, res 819 Fifteenth 

O'Brien Daniel, clerk with D Ryan, res 301 Second 

O'Brien David, picklemaker, res 1563 Third 

O'Brien Edward, plumber, res 1817 Goss 

O'Brien Ellen, res 1432 Linden 

O'Brien Frank R, commandant's clerk California Military Acad- 
emy, cor Telegraph and Prospect ave 

O'Brien James, laborer, res 1765 Seventh 

O'Brien J M, fireman C P R R 

O'Brien John, caulker, res 1453 Fifth 

O'Brien John, hostler, res 708 Franklin 

O'Brien John, laborer, res 301 Second 



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O'Brien Kate, domestic, 1250 Franklin 

O'Brien Kate Miss, housekeeper with Mrs M Bettman, 513 Tenth 
O'Brien Margaret Miss, res Folger ave nr San Pablo, Butcher- 
town 
O'Brien Mary Miss, milliner, res 476 Thirteenth 
O'Brien M, fireman CPRR, res Central Hotel 
O'Brien Mary, waitress Merritt House 
O'Brien Matthew, carpenter, res 129 Hannah 
O'Brien Michael, fireman CPRR, res 814 Atlantic 
O'Brien Michael, millwright, res 1468 Ninth 
O'Brien Michael V, carpenter, res 1829 William 
O'Brien Patrick, hostler with M L Decker, res 1507 Broadway 
O'Brien Philip, laborer CPRR 
O'Brien Philip, laborer, res 715 Lewis 
OBrien Stella Miss, assistant Harrison Street School, res cor 

Third and Jones 
O'Brien Thomas, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
O'Brien Thomas, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good 

Cheer House, Emery Station 
O'Brien Thos E, salesman with Lyon & Kinsey, res 963 Jefferson 
O'Brien Thomas H, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res San 

Leandro 
O'Brien William (Clooney & O'Brien), res 1517 Fifth 
O'Brien William S, deputy county clerk, res 1817 Goss 
O'Callaghan Win, marine engineer, res 831 Peralta 
Occidental Club, 461J Twelfth 
Occidental Lodge No 484, I O O F, meets at Germania Hall 

on Tuesdays 
Ockerstrum Peter, fireman, res 1406 Eighteenth 
O'Connell Bridget Miss, res 809 Sixteenth 
O'Connell Daniel, sash and blindmaker, res 1712 William 
O'Connell Hannah Miss, with M S Smith & Co, res 757 Jefferson 
O'Connell James, grocer, res 1002 Twenty-fourth 
O'Connell John, teamster with E A Brown, res 810 Alice 
O'Connell Julia, domestic, 914 Chester 
O'Connell M, car cleaner CPRR Yards 

O'Connell Martin, butcher with Henry Roberts, res 766 Twenty- 
first 
O'Connell Mary E Miss, dressmaker, res 1712 William 
O'Connell Michael, watchman, res 687 Twenty-fifth 
O'Connell Patrick, teamster with F Barnard & Co, res 473 

Twenty third 
O'Connell Patrick J (O'Connell & Co), res 915 Grove 
O'Connell Peter, laborer CPRR, res 811 Magnolia 
O'Connell Win, clerk, res 1712 William 
O'Connell Win, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 473 Locust 



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O'Connell William, upholsterer with Bankhead Bros, res Mansion 

House 
O'Connell Wm, laborer, res 473 Twenty-third 
O'Connell Wm J, horse dealer, res 1721 Fourteenth 
O'Connell & Co (P J O'Connell and P J O'Connor), dry goods, 

460 Ninth 
O'Connor Annie, dressmaker with Mrs E W Johnson, res 1175 

Sixteenth ave 
O'Connor Bridget Miss, res 809 Sixteenth 
O'Connor Bryan, laborer, res 1783 William 
O'Connor Edward, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

Shell Mound 
O'Connor Jeffrey, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
O'Connor Jeremiah, stone contractor and roadmaster, Alameda 

County, Webster 
O'Connor J M, laborer, res Overland House 
O'Connor John, engineer, res 1502 Fitch 
O'Connor John, foreman CPRR 
O'Connor John, laborer CPRR Ship Yard 
O'Connor John, gardener, res 1175 Sixteenth ave 
O'Connor John, R R employe, res 667 Seventh 
O'Connor John, janitor Broadway and Twenty -fifth Street 

School 
O'Connor M, laborer CPRR 

O'Connor Martin, butcher, 464 Eleventh, res 766 Twenty-first 
O'Connor Mary, domestic, 973 Fifth ave 
O'Connor Maurice, gardener, res 1168 Seventh 
O'Connor Michael, stone cutter with Jeremiah O'Connor, res 722 

Second 
O'Connor Patrick, blacksmith (S F), res 963 Franklin 
O'Connor Patrick, laborer, res 1664 Atlantic 
O'Connor Peter C, expressman, res 1505 Fifth 
O'Connor Timothy, laborer CPRR, res 1012 Cypress 
O'Connor William, laborer, res 168 Fifth 
O'Dare Annie, domestic, 126 Ninth 

O'Day Daniel, stock-dealer, Prospect ave east of Broadway 
O'Day Edward, laborer CPRR, res 1765 Seventh 
O'Dav John, employe CPRR, res 1765 Seventh 
Odbo'rtGhoE, car repairer CPRR Yards, res 734 Henry 
Odd Fellows' Hall, NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 
Odd Fellows' Hall (East Oakland), SE cor East Twelfth and 

Tenth ave 
Odd Fellows' Hall Association, Geo W Lewis secretary, NW cor 

Eleventh and Franklin 
Odd Fellows' Library, NW cor Eleventh and Franklin 
O'Dea J, laborer CPRR 



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CS 3e»ry St, S. F., and 862 Broadway, Oakland- 



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O'Dea Michael, shoe cutter (S F), res SW cor Sixteenth and Pe 

ralta 
O'Donnell B, laborer CPRR 
O'Donnell Delia, domestic, 163 Tenth 
O'Donnell James, employe CPRR, res 815 Seventh 
O'Donnell John, laborer, res 1672 Third 
O'Donnell Joseph, laborer CPRR, res SE cor Fifteenth and Cy 

press 
O'Donnell Michael, liquor saloon, 811 Seventh 
O'Donnell Thomas, constable, res cor Thirteenth ave and East 

Fourteenth 
O'Donohue Kate Miss, res 1557 Webster 
O'Donovan Samuel, assistant weigher Custom House (S F), rea 

1016 Pine 
Ofte Frederick, laborer, res 514 East Fifteenth 
O'Gara Chas B, driver Oakland Engine Co No 3, res 1671 

Eighth 
O'GARA M J. proprietor Bycicle Exchange, 1454 Seventh, res 

SW cor Seventh and Center 
Ogden Frank B, attorney-at-law, 453 Eighth, res 486 Merrimac 
Ogden Nettie, cook Pacific Press Boarding House, 1067 Castro 
Ogden R Clarence, official short-hand reporter Department 3 

Superior Court, res 486 Merrimac 
O'Grady Adelia Miss, res 1103 Third 
O'Grady Coleman, stone mason, res 1103 Third 
O'Grady Mollie Miss, res 1103 Third 
O'Hale Henry, foreman carpenter CPRR, res 971 Pine 
O'Halloran Ella, domestic, 1258 Webster 
O'Halloran Maurice, laborer, res 732 Chester 
O'Hara Margaret, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
O'Hare Charles, toolmaker, 512 Seventh, res 1641 Market 
O'Harnet Henry M, switchman CPRR, res 948 Campbell 
Ohling Erick, carpenter, res 1014 Pine 
Ohlsen Jacob, driver, res 615 East Twelfth 
Ohlson William, cooper, res 1913 Magnolia 
Ohme Chas J, carpenter, res 1012 Twenty-fourth 
O'Keefe Mrs, res Clinton House 
O'Keefe Daniel, shoemaker, SE cor Twelfth ave and East 

Twelfth 
O'Keefe Daniel, watchman CPRR, res 1670 Atlantic 
O'Keefe Thomas J, insurance agent (S F), res cor Montgomery 

and Howard 
Olaine F X, patternmaker, res 978 East Sixteenth 
Olaine Julius, patternmaker, res 978 East Sixteenth 
Olaine S W, machinist, res 978 East Sixteenth 
Olander Albert, laborer CPRR, res 814 Twenty-eighth 
Olcese Frank, capitalist, res 1827 Seventh 




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Old Ladies' Home of Oakland, Linden Lane nr Broadway, North 

Temescal 
O'Leary Cornelius, gasfitter, res 125G Market 
O'Leary Cornelius, laborer, res 863 Lydia 
O'Leary Patrick, plasterer, res 1534 Brush 
Oline Amanda, domestic, 364 Fourteenth 
Oliver Mary A Mrs, res 819 Filbert 
Oliver James, res 1715 Filbert 

Oliver Joseph P, mechanical engineer, res 1557 Broadway 
Oliver Justine, barber, 465 Sixth, res 2123 Adeline 
Oliver Laura M Miss, res 1557 Broadway 
Oliver Lillie Miss, corsetmaker, res 74 Valley 
Oliver Wm Letts, mining secretary (S F), res 1110 Twelfth 
Oliver Wm W, res 1008 West 

Ollis Laura Mrs, dressmaker, res 881 Twenty-second 
Olmstead Fanny Mrs, res 1416| San Pablo ave 
Olmstead J M, lumber surveyor, res 1218 Tenth ave 
Olmsted Henry A (Gaylord & Olmsted), res 674 Thirty-fourth 
Olmsted House, Mrs L H Olmsted proprietress, 1235 Telegraph 

ave 
Olmsted Louisa H Mrs, proprietress Olmsted House, 1235 Tele- 

gra] h ave 
Olney C C Mrs, res 566 East Sixteenth 

Olney P de'S, Tribune Publishing Co, res 566 East Sixteenth 
Olney Warren, attorney-at-law (S F), res 481 Prospect 
Olofson Sylvester, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 1761 

Hiram Park 
Olsen Andrew, employe Nail Works, res 128 Ettie 
Olsen Caroline, domestic, Vernon Heights 
Olsen Christ H. driver Whitney & Co's express (Alameda), res 

Loyal Oak Hotel 
Olsen Geo 0, clerk with Chas L Taylor, res Garfield House 
Olsen Gustave, blacksmith, res 1656 Twelfth 
Olsen Henry C, seaman, res 228 Ettie 
Olsen Hilma, domestic, 1608 Telegraph ave 
Olsen John, carpenter Oakland Planing Mill, res 1765 Lincoln 
Olsen John, seaman, res 235 Ettie 
Olsen Lottie, domestic, res 520 Sycamore 
Olsen Louis, laborer, res NW cor Market and Twenty-fourth 
Olsen Mathias, master mariner, res 1020 Wood 
Olsen Oscar, salesman with C L Taylor, res 462 Ninth 
Olsen Rosmus, carpenter, res 908 Willow 
Olsen Therwald, shoe cutter with E Bernheim & Co, res 410 

Tenth 
Olufs Luella Mrs, res 2236 Telegraph ave 
Olufs Oluf B, bookkeeper (S F), res 2286 Telegraph ave 
Olympic Athletic Club Grounds, cor Thirteenth and Center 

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O'Malia Edward, laborer, res 1621 Magnolia 

O'Malley Fannie, domestic, 434 Twelfth 

O'Mara P ; laborer CPRR 

O'Meara Joanna Miss, assistant Lincoln Grammar School, res 859 

Folsom, San Francisco 
O'Neal House, R W O'Neal proprietor, Emery Station opposite 

Judson Manufacturing Works 
O'Neal Raymond W, proprietor O'Neal House, Emery Station 
O'Neil Mrs, laundress Contra Costa Laundry 
O'Neil Arthur V, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry, res 1361 

Sixteenth 
O'Neil Con, laborer CPRR, res 887 Bay 
O'Neil Con, saloon, 1835 Seventh, res 887 Bay 
O'Neil Con Jr, laborer CPRR, res 887 Bay 
O'Neil Edmund C, instructor of chemistry Berkeley University, 

res 1403 Chestnut 
O'Neil Edward, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 1514 Seventh 
O'Neil Edward, fruits, 15 14£ Seventh 
O'Neil Eugene, mechanical engineer, res 1403 Chestnut 
O'Neil John, laborer, res San Pablo ave nr Sutter, Temescal 
O'Neil Mary Miss, compositor Tribune Publishing Co, res 864 

Clay 
O'Neil M J, car repairer S P C R R 

O'Neill Catherine, domestic with E H Pardee, res 672 Eleventh 
O'Neill Dennis, stone cutter with J O'Connor, res 712 Lin 

den 
O'Neill Edward, stone cutter, res 712 Linden 
O'Neill Ellen, domestic, 1143 Myrtle 
O'Neill John, laborer, res San Pablo ave, Temescal 
O'Neill Wm, farmer, res San Pablo ave, Temescal 
O'Niel Charles J Mrs, furnished rooms, 321 Sixth 
O'Niel M J Mrs, dressmaker, res 368 Tenth 
Openshaw Joseph H, engineer CPRR, res 1814 Goss 
OPERA HOUSE SAL00N> J B Brandon proprietor, NE cor 

Twelfth and Webster 
OPPOSITION BOAT HOUSE, Mrs Alexander Smith proprietress, 

Lake Merritt 
Opposition Ice Co, Collett & Co proprietors, 515 Fourth 
Oram John Jr, telegraph operator CPRR, res 761 Fourth 
Oram John, light-house tender, res 761 Fourth 
Orazo A, teamster J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 

Summer and Clifton 
Orchard Wm H, farmer, res 956 Castro 
Order of Eastern Star (Oak Leaf Chapter No 8), Maud Howard 

secretary, meets at Masonic Temple 
O'Reilly Michael, coal oil dealer, res 728 Linden 
Orelup John K, plasterer, res 1827 Linden 



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Oriard Theodore, physician, office 969 Broadway, room 41, res 

San Francisco 
Orinnion Peter, carpenter and builder, res 759 Seventh 
Orion Lodge No 189, I O F, meets every Saturday in Odd 

Fellows' Hall, East Oakland 
Orme John, porter CPRR, res 761 Fourth 
Orme John W, freight clerk CPRR, Emery Station, res 761 

Fourth 
Orme Richard, clerk CPRR, Sixteenth Street Station, res 761 

Fourth 
Ormsby Albert, carriage washer with A H Hecon, res 1352 San 

Pablo 
Ormsby Charles W, carpenter, res 1310 Harrison 
Ormsby Elijah S, jeweler, 1458 Seventh, res 1306 Harrison 
ORMSBY ELON D- photographer, 1055 Broadway, res 1002 

Chester 
Orone Rebecca, domestic, cor Fourth ave and East Nineteenth 
O'Rourke John, dairyman, res NE cor Fortieth and Telegraph 

ave,Temescal 
O'Rourke John J, dairyman, res NE cor Fortieth and Telegraph 

ave, Temescal 
O'Rourke Mamie Miss, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 
O'Rourke Thomas, upholsterer with Elijah Hook, res Ross House 
Orr Charles, laborer, res 715 Clay 
Orr House, cor Fifteenth and San Pablo ave 
Orr John C, painter with J A Moore, res 715 Clay 
Orr John K (Orr & Atkins, S F), res 1116 Alice 
Orr Peter, miner, res 1366 San Pablo 
Orra Frank, res 2025 East Fourteenth 
Orrick Jennie Miss, res 1226 Fourteenth 

Orrick Oliver S, paints and oils, 403 Market, res 1226 Fourteenth 
Orth Fred, butcher with Rudolph Orth, res 1695 Eighth 
Orth Otto F, butcher, res 1695 Eighth 
Orth Rudolph, butcher, 1695 Eighth, res same 
Orth Rudolph Mrs, proprietress Sacramento Lodging House, 1787 

Seventh, res 1695 Eighth 
Ortman Caroline L Mrs, res 861 Chester 
Orton B H, res 1010 West 
0SB0RN JOHN W, searcher of records, 969 Broadway, res 822 

Sixteenth 
Osborne Frederick, brakeman CPRR, res 529 Eighth 
Osborne H C Mrs, teacher with Miss S B Bisbee, res Oak bet 

Tenth and Eleventh 
Osborne James, laborer, res 1 Bay 
Osborne Oakley, salesman, res 529 Eighth 
Osborne William M, insurance agent (S F), res 304 Ninth 
Osburn Wm, wood turner CPRR, res 1020 Wood 



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Osgood B S, carpenter CPRR, res 1804 Eleventh 

OSGOOD HOWARD L West Oakland Pharmacy, 1760 Seventh 

res same 
O'Shea Anna, domestic, 592 Sycamore 
O'Shea Michael, laborer, res 1765 Seventh 
Oshler Mrs, res 706 Grove 
Oshner Otto, brass finisher, res 626 Third 
Osmunson Serie Miss, res 909 East Fifteenth 
Ossenbruggen John, saloon, 315 East Twelfth 
Ostrander Charles E, res 909 Myrtle 
Ostrander Edward H, mail agent, res 909 Myrtle 
O'Sullivan Daniel, laborer, res 1026 Twenty-second 
O'Sullivan T J, laborer with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 517 

Third 
Otahal Marie Miss, res 664 Twelfth 

Otey Mercer, collector San Francisco Gas Light Co, res 610 Twelfth 
O'Toole (J P O'Toole & Co), res Arlington House 
O'Toole J P & Co (J P O'Toole), dry goods, 953 Washington 
Ott Apolonia, res 713 Third 

Ott Charles W, tinsmith with M De La Montana, res 713 Third 
Ott Fred W, tinner, res 713 Third 
Ott Henry, tinner California Oil Works, res 713 Third 
Ott John, laborer, res 2218 Peralta 
Otten Peter, chicken ranch, res 1380 Eighteenth 
Otto C, res 1816 William 

Ough Joseph, attorney-at-law, res 1515 Ninth ave 
Outzan L, teamster J Lusk's Canning Co, Claremont ave bet 

Summer and Clifton 
Overacre Peter J, commission agent (S F), res 1018 Clay 
OVERLAND HOUSE, Burns & Walsh proprietors, cor First and 

Broadway 
OVERLAND SHORT LINE TICKET OFFICE, J M Davies general 

agent, M J Leavy Oakland ticket agent, office NE cor 

Broadway and Seventh 
Overland Ticket Office, V W Gaskell agent, 466 Ninth 
Overmohle Susan Mrs, res 909 Fiith 
Oviatt Genevieve Miss, artist, res 277 Eighth 
Oviatt John H, helper Oakland Planing Mills, res 608 Sixteenth 
Owen C W, stair builder Oakland Planing Mills, res 324 Fourth 
Owen Daniel C, superintendent registry division post-office (S F), 

res 1210 Adeline 
Owen Elizabeth, res 819 Filbert 
Owen Elizabeth H, res Erie east of Telegraph ave 
Owen Robert R, conductor CPRR, res 562 East Eleventh 
Owen Roderick S, canvasser, res Lusk bet Fortieth and Forty- 
first, Teme.scal 
Owen Wilson J (Grayson, Harrell & Co), res Galindo Botel 




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Owens Arthur J, clerk, res 811 Washington 

Owens D, painter, res 1804 Seventh 

Owens Edward, heater Pacific Iron and Nail Works, res 631 

Brush 
Owens Julia res 8371 Brush 
Owens Peter, res 610 Ninth 
Owens Stephen, carpenter, res 889 Bay 
Oxford Sophie Miss, seamstress, 963 Webster 
Oyarzo Carmen, res Forty -third bet Telegraph ave and Grove, 

Temescal 



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under Palace Hotel, San Francisco, via Overland Short Line, 
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Pacific Bell Telephone Co, American District Telegraph Co, 

Masonic Temple Building 
Pacific Coast Agency for Standard Inventions, B F Bush agent, 

954 Broadway 
PACIFIC COAST PLANING MILLS- A Kendall & Co proprie- 

tors, cor Second and Grove 
PACIFIC IRON AND NAIL CO G F Walker superintendent, 

First bet Market and Myrtle 
Pacific Lodge No 7, A U W, 377 Twelfth 
PACIFIC PRESS- printers, binders and electrotypers, C H Jones 

vice-president and manager, SW cor Twelfth and Castro, 

San Francisco branch office 529 Commercial 
Pacific Restaurant. Crebbin & Walker proprietors, 469 Eleventh 
Pack J W, mining engineer, res 610 Seventeenth 
Packard H F, brakeman CPRR, res 811 Lewis 
Packer Warren, foreman with A W Swett, res cor Twelfth ave 

and East Twentieth 
Paddock C M Mrs, res 618 Eighth 
Paddock William A, painter, res 515 Sixth 
Padelford E Otis, nailer, res 859 Castro 
Pfige F J Mrs, res cor Twelfth and Sixth ave 
Page Francis S, bookkeeper with Dr S Merritt, res 960 Oak 
Page George F, teacher music, office 1120 Thirteenth, res 560 

Sixteenth 
Page James, teamster, res Green nr Dal ton ave, Butchertown 
Page John, blacksmith CPRR, res 942 Wood 



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Agent Hartford Insurance Co., Capital, $4,500,000 



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Page Nathaniel C, clerk with E A James, res Alameda 

Page Orrin, butcher, res 1107 Tenth ave 

Paget J H, machinist Northwestern Manufacturing and Car Co, 
res 654 Washington 

Pagge Antonio, waiter Barnum Restaurant, res 646 Broadway 

Pagge Leonard, manager Barnum Restaurant, res 646 Broadway 

Pagge Peter (P Pagge & Co), res SE cor Broadway and Seventh 

PAGGE PETER & CO (Peter Pagge and Peter Lavorel), proprie- 
tors Barnum Restaurant, SE cor Broadway and Seventh 

Pagoda Hill Kindergarten, Miss Mary Phelps principal, 1513 Tel- 
egraph ave 

Paine John, carpenter, res 1371 Tenth 

Palace Dye Works, C J Holmes propr, 1152 Broadway 

PALACE MARKET. Gay & Trenschel proprietors, SE cor Seventh 
and Myrtle 

Pale Maria, domestic, 326 East Nineteenth 

Palinbaum Solomon, painter and glazier, res 856 Isabella 

Pallies Alexander, commission merchant (S F), res cor Thirty- 
eighth and Telegraph ave 

Palm Charles, traveling salesman, res 259 Fourth 

Palm Cyrus, res 259 Fourth 

Palmer Adele, res 1464 Market 

Palmer Albert R, salesman (S F), res 1026 Chestnut 

Palmer Alma Miss, res Forty-eighth nr Telegraph ave 

PALMER A W. harness and saddlery, 1050 Broadway, res 1004 
Broadway 

Palmer Burt N, commercial traveler, res Fortieth nr Telegraph 
ave 

Palmer Charles, packer California Steel Works, res Oakland 
Trotting Park 

PALMER CHARLES E, cashier Union National Bank, res San 
Leandro 

Palmer Cyrus P, clerk Capitol Flour Mills, res 963 Center 

Palmer, Eastman & Blake (C F H Palmer, M Eastman and 

Blake), stone quarry, McAdam east of Broadway 

Palmer Edward F, stock broker (S F), res 1258 Webster 

Palmer George M, clerk, res Oakland Trotting Park 

Palmer Henry, cook, res 553 Sixth 

Palmer Henry, cook La Clede House 

PALMER HENRY A, president Union National Bank, res e s 
Piedmont way, nr Bancroft way, Berkeley 

Palmer Jacob, Capitol Flour Mills (S F), res 963 Center 

Palmer Joseph, painter, res 1663 Sixteenth 

Palmer Joseph S, shoemaker with Champlin & Williamson, res 
Winters Hotel 

Palmer J W, lumber surveyor (S F), res 1026 Chestnut 

Palmer Leora Miss, teacher music, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 



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Palmer R C, fireman CPRR, res San Francisco 

Pantosky Bessie Miss, teacher music, res 515 Fourth 

Pantosky Herman, poultry dealer, res 515 Fourth 

Pantoskey Jacob, poultry dealer, res 837 Webster 

Paoli F & Co (F Paoli and A Duraud), liquors, 909 Seventh 

Paoli Francisco (F Paoli & Co), res 909 Seventh 

Papworth Alonzo, mattressmaker with John Williams, res 708 

Twenty-sixth 
Para Jos, laborer with E A Brown, res Washington Hotel 
Paradi Paul, scavenger, res 628 Filbert 

Paradise J G, gardener, res cor Fourth ave and East Twenty- 
fourth 
Parcells Charles B, manager Hall Safe and Lock Co (S F), res 

472 Edwards 
Pardee E H, oculist and aurist (S F), res 672 Eleventh 
Pardon Al, farmhand with J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont 

ave bet Summer and Clifton 
Parish C L, carpenter, res 1076 Twenty-first 
Parish Harry, student, res 1076 Twenty-first 

PARISIAN DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS, 27 Tenth (S 

F), F Thomas & Co proprietors, 466 Twelfth 
Park Alvin, coachman, 1023 Linden 
Park Charles O, painter CPRR shops, res 653 Seventh 
Park Shubael, with Walker & Co, res Centennial House 
Parker Abner, res 667 East Nineteenth 
Parker Albert B, bookkeeper, res 1277 Ninth ave 
Parker Albert P, clerk with Dempster & Keys (S F), res 1249 

Center 
Parker C E & Son (Charles E and Edward C Parker), produce and 

fruits, NE cor Twelfth ave and East Twelfth 
Parker Charles E (C E Parker & Son), res 600 East Twelfth 
Parker Clarence K, student, res Lee nr Vernon ave 
Parker C M, miner, res 513 Eleventh 
Parker C M Miss, dressmaker with Mrs E W Johnson, res 513 

Eleventh 
Parker Edward C (C E Parker & Son), res 600 East Twelfth 
Parker Edward S, insurance agent (S F), res 55 Center 
Parker E J, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res 57 Valley 
Parker F A Mrs, assistant Durant School, res 677 Twenty-fourth 
Parker Frank H, clerk, res 981 Campbell 
Parker Frank W, fancy goods, 1452 Seventh, res NE cor Wood 

and Eighth 
Parker Geo A, Union Box Factory (S F), res 981 Campbell 
Parker Geo B, laborer CPRR, "res 1072 Wood 
Parker Grace, domestic, 1397 Alice 
Parker H G, lumber contractor (Carson City, Nev), res Lee nr 

Vernon ave 



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Parker John Edward, foreman with E Bernheim & Co, res 57 

Valley 
Parker Julia, res 804 Twelfth 

Parker Luke A, car repairer C P R R, res 981 Campbell 
Parker M H Mrs, res 1505 Eighth 

Parker Orrin W, piano tuner and music teacher, res 677 Twenty- 
fourth 
Parker Philippine, res Telegraph ave bet Fiftieth and Fifty-first, 

Temescal 
Parker Squire, iron moulder (S F), res 130 Hannah 
Parker Walter W, carpenter, res 1249 Center 
Parker Walter W Mrs, dressmaker, res 1249 Center 
Parker William C, miner (S F), res 1355 Madison 
Parker William C Jr, salesman with Dunham, Carrigan & Co 

(S F), res 1355 Madison 
Parkin Kate, res 1809 William 
Parkinson James C, merchant, res 1208 Adeline 
Parkinson W F, brakeman C P R R, res 960 Grove 
Parks M Mrs, res East Nineteenth 
Paruielee Sarah E, res 1363 Castro 
Parmenter Charles H, electrician (S F), res 1370 Brush 
Parrish William H (Tate & Parrish), res 171 Third 
Parritt Alvin S, engineer, res 827 Seventeenth 
Parrott John W, carpenter C P R R, res 811 Thirteenth 
Parrott Levi S, painter C P R R, res 811 Thirteenth 
Parry Chas, engineer Pioneer Planing Mills, res cor Second and 

Grove 
Pariy George, employe United States Mint (S F), res 832 Market 
Parry James, shipwright, res 722 Myrtle 
Parshley Wm H, bartender with Harry Inwall, res Newland 

House 
Parson Block, 61 2 J East Twelfth 
Parson Nathaniel, baker Cape Ann Bakery, res NW cor Clay 

and Eleventh 
Parsons Bridget Mrs, groceries, 625 Franklin, res same 
Parsons C A, teamster with Fisher & Taylor, res Capital House 
Parsons Chas E, letter carrier post-office, res 511 East Sixteenth 
Parsons Edward, house painter, res 652 Franklin 
Parsons Eldon R, letter carrier post-office, res 511 East Sixteenth 
Parsons Fred D, clerk with Huntington, Hopkins & Co, res 924 

Filbert 
Parsons Fred S, C P R R freight clerk, res 511 East Sixteenth 
Parsons Gt orge W, operator Western Union Telegraph Co, res 

San Pablo ave, nr Temescal Creek 
Parsons H A Mrs, res 511 East Sixteenth 
Parsons Jas E, painter, res 665 Thirty-fourth 
Parsons Jonas C, NW cor Park and San Pablo aves 



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Parsons Lucena Mrs, res San Pablo aye nr Temescal Creek, Tem- 

escal 
Parsons Lucy Miss, res 511 East Sixteenth 
Parsons M L Miss, teacher, res 653 Seventh 
Parsons Nelson, cement layer, res NW cor Park and San Pablo 

aves 
Parsons S H Mrs, res 924 Filbert 
Parsons Samuel Stacy, res 1312 Telegraph ave 
Parsons Samuel Stacy, clerk, res 1560 Seventh 
Parsons Thos J, miller (S F), res 1262 Eighth 
Partello Augustus C, car repairer C P RE Yards, res 814 

Chester 
Partenscky Chas Jr, clerk with Dr W V Grimes, res 1368 

Twelfth 
Partenscky Chas, propr Berkeley Laundry, res 1364 Twelfth 
Partland Jas E, salesman with Taft & Pennoyer, res 628 Seven- 
teenth 
Partridge Abraham, bridge builder C P R R, res 1418 Ninth 
Partridge K Mrs, res 461 Ninth 

Partridge Wm H, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1653 Atlantic 
Patch Mary R, res 754 Eleventh 
Patenaude Hypolite, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 

Second 
Paton John G, clerk with Costigan, Cohan & Co (S F), res 1305 

Franklin 
Patrick Anna Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 557 Sixth 
Patrick F, fireman C P R R, res Sacramento 
Patrick Tillie J M, saleslady, res Avenue House 
Patridge Mrs, res cor Summer and First ave, Temescal 
Patten Foster, res cor Seventh ave and East Eleventh 
Patten Frank E, brakeman C P R R, res 1727 Goss 
Patten P G Mrs, res 1727 Goss 

Patten Wm, res cor Seventh ave and East Eleventh 
Patterson Geo, miner, res 685 Sycamore 

Patterson Jas B, employe United States Mint, res 1002 Market 
Patterson J M, res Winsor House 
Patterson John W, res 1210 Seventh ave 
Patterson L E Mrs, res 1607 Eighth 
Patterson Thos, baggageman C P R R, res 314 Sixth 
Patterson Wm, lumberman, res 733 Chester 
Patterson Wm J, miner, res 1014 Seventh ave 
Patterson W M, 466 Ninth 

Pattiani A W (Wasson & Pattiani), res Alameda 
Pattiani E Mme, teacher singing, res San Pablo ave, Temescal 
Pattleton Richard, policeman, res 205 Fourth 
Patton Chas, 'longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 
Patton Louis, res 833 Myrtle 



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Patton Thos, boilermaker C PRR shops 

Paul Colin, metal roofing and jobbing, 161G Telegraph ave, res 
same 

Paul Edward, upholsterer, res 1059 Franklin 

Paul Galey, polisher, res 603 Franklin 

Paul Gus A, fireman CPRR, res 1880 Seventh 

Paul Henry, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res 250 Harlan 

Paul Henry, carpetlayer with Elijah Hook, res SW cor Seven- 
teenth and Jefferson 

Paul John A, baker, res 1059 Franklin 

Pauley Sidney, carriage trimmer with Theo Frank 

Paulsell A C, State harbor commissioner (S F), res 1319 Grove 

Paulsen Hans C P, cabinetmaker (S F), res 148 Hannah 

Paulson C, wiper CPRR shops 

Paulson P W, physician, res 1617 Eighth 

Paulson Ryland, shoemaker, 222 B, res same 

Payne Clay, candymaker with Glosser & Day, res San Fran- 
cisco 

Payne Henry J, tailor with Greenhood & Moran, res 653 
Seventh 

Peacemaker Emilia Mrs, seamstress, res Chase, off Pine 

Peacock May Mrs, res 613 Madison 

Pearce Mary A Mrs, res 1733 Market 

Pearce Richard, carpenter, res 967 JerFerson 

Pearce Truman J, carpenter, res 1455 Broadway 

Pearce Webb N, registry clerk post-office, res 969 Jefferson 

Pearne E E Mrs, res cor Thirty-ninth and Telegraph ave 

Pearson Cassius H, salesman with Gustav Abrahamson, res John- 
ston House 

Pearson John, carpenter, res 763 Campbell 

Pearson Jos A, bricklayer, res n s Forty-sixth bet Shattuck ave 
and Grove, Temescal 

Pease Arthur C, nurseryman, res n s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave, 
Temescal 

Pease J H, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Pease John, switchman CPRR, res 561 Seventh 

Pease John H, carpenter, res Forty-fifth nr Grove, Temescal 

Peck Emma C Miss, retoucher, res 957 Grove 

Peck E W Miss, res 553 Caledonia 

Peck Frederick D, res 215 Ninth 

Peck Jas R, drayman, res 1274 Fifth ave 

Peck Sarah I Mrs, res 718 Filbert 

Pecker Jos C, shoemaker with E Bernheim & Co, res cor East 
Twentieth and Twelfth ave 

Peckham Albertus E, painter, res 216 Helen 

PEDRINI C> groceries, provisions and liquors, hardware and crock- 
ery, e s Telegraph ave bet Temescal and Birch 



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Pedrini Jos M, bookkeeper with C Pedrini, res cor Telegraph ave 

and Birch 
Pedro Manuel, laborer Rolling Mills, res 222 Hollis 
Peel Allen, janitor La Fayette School, res 967 Washington 
Peer A, carpenter, 714 Webster 
Pegman Delia, domestic, 1206 Alice 
Pegman John, laborer, res 679 Twenty-sixth 
Pegnen Patrick, dairyman, res 663 Thirty-third 
Peirce F R, baggagemaster C P R R, res 1405 Eleventh 
Pelham M E Mrs, assistant Clawson School, res 820 Thirty- 
fifth 
Pelham Norma Miss, res 820 Thirty-fifth 
Pelham Pauline Miss, teacher, res 820 Thirty-fifth 
Peller Herman, plumber and gasfitter, 970 Twenty-first 
Peller John, carpenter with G A Kirk, res 970 Twenty-first 
Peller Sophia, domestic, 952 Myrtle 
Pelouze Wm S, capitalist, res 1773 Seventh 
Pelton Leroy D, dentist, 1105-i- Broadway, res same 
Pelton Samuel C, groceries, 509 Eleventh 

Pelton Ward L, clerk with F Senram & Co, res 1105 J Broadway 
Pendergast Jas, laborer, res New York Hotel 
Pendergast Michael, laborer with Burnham, Standeford & Co, res 

1007 Twenty-second 
Pendleton Edward, machinist, res Dalton ave nr San Pablo ave 
Pendleton F H, with Fulda Brothers (S F), res Dalton ave nr 

San Pablo ave 
Pendleton May Miss, res Dalton ave nr San Pablo ave 
Penniman George A, bookkeeper(S F), res 2421 Piedmont ave 
Penniman Helen N Miss, assistant Grove Street Primary School, 

res 1367 Eighth ave 
Penniman H P, agriculturist, Webster, res 2421 Piedmont ave 
Penniman John, res 1367 Eighth ave 

PENNOYER ALBERT A (Taft & Pennoyer), res 1214 Webster 
Pennypacker Elizabeth Miss, teacher, res 864 Clay 
Pennypacker Joseph J, compositor with D W Gelwicks, res 864 

Clay 
Pensam John J, master mason, res 1314 Fifth ave 
Penso John, pilot, res 1716 Lincoln 
Pepers Morris, jockey Oakland Race Track 
Pepper John W, bookkeeper (S F), res 927 Wood 
Pepperd Maggie, domestic, cor John and Montgomery 
Peralta Fernano, laborer, res Forty-third nr Telegraph ave, Tem- 

escal 
Peralta Fernano A, upholsterer (S F), res n s Forty-third, Tem- 

escal 
Peralta Market, Hugo Steinmeyer proprietor, cor Peralta and 

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Peralta Max, res Forty-third nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 

Peralta School, W W McKean principal, s s Alcatraz nr Hum- 
boldt ave 

Perata John, laborer, res Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 

Perata Nicola (Perata & Viano), res 710 Broadway 

Perata & Viano (N Perata and G Viano), saloon, 710 Broadway 

Purault Joseph, teamster Remillard Brick Co, res 560 Second 

Percival George, painter, res New York Hotel 

Perdue Thomas, boots and shoes, res 1469 Seventh 

Percau Bias, cook with Martin & Co, res Winter's Hotel 

Pereau Eliza A, res 1212 Seventh 

Pereau H J, conductor CPRR, res West Berkeley 

Pereau Joseph L, collector CPRR, res 1758 Taylor 

Peregoy J L, fireman CPRR, res 1523 Fifth 

Pei*es L, res Winsor House 

Peres Louis, farmer, res 914 Fourteenth 

Perez Lorenzo M, teacher languages, 816 Washington 

Perham Susan, res 1312 Twelfth ave 

Perigo Oliver E, clerk post-office (S F), res 1013 Wood 

Perine William D, contractor, res 809 Oak 

Perkins A L, mining secretary (S F), res 1063 Sixteenth 

Perkins Alexander A, laborer, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-first 
and Forty-second, Temescal 

Perkins Anna, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 

Perkins Belle Miss, teacher Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland, 
Linden Lane, North Temescal 

Perkins C C, res 1202 Broadway 

Perkins C C, sewing-machine agent, res Mansion House 

Perkins Charles, switchman CPRR 

Perkins Chesley S, laborer, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-first and 
Forty-second, Temescal 

Perkins F, laborer CPRR 

Perkins Frank, groceries, NW cor Telegraph ave and Forty-sec- 
ond, Temescal 

Perkins Geo C (Goodall, Perkins & Co, S F), res SE cor Tenth 
and Adeline 

Perkins G F, teacher singing and elocution, 467£ Twelfth, res 
Spring nr Adeline 

Perkin • George M, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 946 Wood 

Perkins Isabella Mrs, matron Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland, 
Linden Lane, North Temescal 

Perkins John- J, real estate agent, res Telegraph ave bet Forty- 
first and Forty-second, Temescal 

Perkins John R, laborer, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-first and 
Forty-second, Temescal 

Perkins Thomas J, laborer, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-first and 
Forty-second, Temescal 



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Perkins Wert P, laborer, res Telegraph ave bet Forty-first and 

Forty-second, Temescal 
Permien Frederick, res 1366 Fifteenth 
Peroli Charles, bartender with C t'edrini, res cor Telegraph ave 

and Birch, Temescal 
Perot G E Mrs, res 2024 North Broadway 
Perozzo Giovanni, packer Samm's Mill, res Myrtle bet Second 

and Third 
Perrin Edward, brakeman C P R R, res 824 Chester 
Perrin George, fireman C P R R, res 824 Chester 
Perrin George H, United States engineer, res 1017 Jackson 
Perrin Geo J, fireman C P R R, res 566 East Eleventh 
Perrin Joseph, brakeman C P R R, res 824 Chester 
Perrin Mary, res 824 Chester 

Perrino Maurice, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Perrat Florence, with Mrs A R Baugh, res 1214 Tenth ave 
Perry Antone B, laborer, res 142 Louisa 

Perry Charles, engineer Pioneer Planing Mill Co, res 624 Second 
Perry Christopher C, carpenter, res 319J Fourth 
Perry Daniel, packer (S F), res 1683 Twelfth 
Perry Edward, hotel runner (S F), res 924 Pine 
Perry Frank, barber, 273 B 
Perry Harry L, paperhanger with McGovern & Cahill, res 

Fourteenth nr Franklin 
Perry J, laborer C P R R Yards 

Perry John F, Appraisers' Department (S F), res 1720 Lincoln 
Perry John H, painter, res 412 Fourteenth 
Perry Joseph, laborer, res 956 New 
Perry Joseph J, bricklayer, res 723 Myrtle 
Perry L Mrs, res 1712 iJghth 
Perry S A., secretary Iron Works, res 565 Tenth 
Perry W T, secretary Pacific Iron and Nail Works, and Oakland 

Glass Works, res 565 Tenth 
Perrv Zoe E, dressmaker, res 663 Ninth 

Peru Joseph, ticket collector C P R R Wharf, res 1062 Kirkham 
Peru Wm, saloon, Tenth bet Washington and Broadway, res 652 

Sixth 
Pescio Benjamin, laborer Pacific Nail Works, res SE cor Myrtle 

and Third 
PETAR CHARLES (Petar &Dresco), res 1019 Webster 
PETAR & DRESC0 (Charles Petar and Lorenzo Dresco), whole- 
sale and retail liquor dealers and coffees and spices, 1072 

Broadway 
Peter Joseph, laborer, res 970 East Fourteenth 
Peters A S, clerk with Huntington, Hopkins & Co (S F), res 

1434 Twelfth 
Peters Charles, bartender with Peter Peters, res 418 Fourth 



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NEWARK, N. J. 



AMZI DODD, President. 

Assets, Market Value, - $37,589,927.61 

Surplus, N. Y. Standard, - 5,376,106.87 

Paid Policy-Holders since Organization in 1845, 

$79,553,092.02. 



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NO FINE PRINT CONDITIONS IN POLICY FORM. 



AFTER THIRD YEAR 

POLICIES INCONTESTIBLE EXCEPT FOR INTENTIONAL FRAUD 

No Restriction as to Travel or Occupation, 

Cash Loans Made at any Time up to Half the Value 
of Assignable Policies. 



&a LOSSES PAID IMMEDIATELY ON COMPLETION AND APPROVAL OF PROOFS. =©8 

ALL POLICIES NON-FORFEITABLE AFTER SECOND YEAR. 

Thus, a Person Insuring at Age 35 on the Annual Life Plan 

ENTITLED TO 

Over 4 Years' Insurance for 2 Years' Premiums. 
Over | Years' Insurance for 5 Years' Premiums. 
Over 20 Years' Insurance for (0 Years' Premiums. 

SEE OTHEB SIDE. 

JAMES MUNSELL, Jr. 

AGENT FOR PACIFIC COAST, 

415 MONTGOMERY STREET, - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 



MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE 

^5lNSUKANG£ * COMPANY^ 

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Will not assume risks known to be extra hazardous; but if the insured 
keeps within the reasonable restrictions of his policy for the first three years, 
he is then 

ABSOLUTELY FREE 

To Travel When and Where He Pleases or to Engage 

In any Occupation Whatever, 

Without having to ask permission from the Company and without extra charge, 
excepting only for army and navy service, in which case a permit is required. 
The special hazards incurred by the Company under the above liberal 
provisions are regarded as coming within the legitimate risks of a life time, 
and the 

Advantage to the Policy Holder 

In being freed from the annoyance and restraint of the ordinary form of life 
policy and its liability to forfeiture, is too striking to require comment. 

The Company's plans and methods of business are free from all annoying 
technicalities, and offer to every member the utmost advantage consistent with 
safe and fair principles. 



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To such as desire insurance with the least possible outlay of cash, the 
Company offers the privilege of the 30 Per Cent. Loan Plan. Under 
this plan, the Company Agrees to accept a Uniform Cash Premium 
of 70 Per Cent, of the Full Rate, the remaining 30 percent, being 
charged against the policy as a loan to be met by dividends, or to be deducted 
from the face of the policy at death, if it should not previously have been paid 
off in cash or by dividends. 

(SEE OTHER SIDE.) 

JAMES MUN8EL.L, Jr. 

Agent for Pacific Coast, 

415 Montgomery Street, SAN FRANCISCO. 



JAMES L. BARKER, 



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417 



Peters Charles, porter with Plante & Journal, res Ninth nr 
Broadway 

Peters I K, cashier Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1323 Myrtle 

Peters John, laborer, res 970 East Sixteenth 

Peters J, tanner, res cor East Fourteenth and Nineteenth ave 

Peters Joseph, laborer CPRR 

Peters M H Miss, teacher private school, res 969 Grove 

Peters Peter, liquor saloon, NE cor Broadway and Sixth, res 
1402 Seventeenth 

Peters Wm, master mariner, res 969 Grove 

Peters W B Mrs, res 130 Fourth 

Petersen Axel, blacksmith Judson Works, res 2044 Union 

Petersen Cecilia, res 125 Ettie 

Petersen Elsie, domestic, 1604 East Twenty-second 

Petersen Emil, clerk with Tillman & Bendel, res 1653 Eighth 

Petersen Frederick, coachman, res 957 Linden 

Petersen Matthias, upholsterer, 133 Ettie, res same 

Peterson A, captain yacht Casco, res 462 Ninth 

Peterson Amelia, res 810 Jackson 

Peterson Andrew, hotel clerk (S F), res 952 Kirkham 

Peterson Andrew, mariner, res 313 Sixth % 

Peterson Ansel F, blacksmith, res 2044 Union 

Peterson Anton, manager Mercantile Collection Agency, res Gar- 
field House 

Peterson Anton, master mariner, res 1213 Madison 

Peterson Augustus, cooper with G W Delmas, res 416 Seventh 

Peterson Charles, foreman with Mclntire, Abbey & Co, res 
Alameda 

Peterson Charles, grocer (S F), res 1077 Twelfth 

Peterson Charles A, painter, res 1858 Division 

Peterson Chas E, upholsterer, res 1227 Peralta 

Peterson Emily Miss, Liberty Block, res 271 Fourth 

Peterson Frederick, bookkeeper Oakland Brewery, res 557 Eighth 

Peterson H, laborer CPRR 

Peterson Hans, groceries, 1700 Eighth, res same 

Peterson Henry F, first assistant librarian Oakland Free Library, 
1267 Webster 

Peterson H U, res 1313 Ninth ave 

Peterson H W Miss, packer Judson Nail Works, res 508 J Fif- 
teenth 

Peterson Ina L Miss, res 12G7 Webster 

Peterson Jacob, master mariner, res 1211 Fifteenth ave 

•on James, foreman packing department with Samm & Co, 
res .555 Broadway 

PETERSON JOHN- manufacturer incubators, 1307 Castro, res 
same 

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OAKLAND. 



Peterson Josephine, domestic, 1424 Eighth 
Peterson J P Mrs, bakery, 1667 San Pablo ave, res same 
Peterson Lawrence G, master mariner, res 718 Myrtle 
Peterson Louis, pilot Sacramento river, res 1013 Third 
Peterson Martin C, driver with Christian Schreiber, res 1269 

Campbell 
Peterson Nicholas, hostler with C H Norr, res 1565 Seventh 
PETERSON N T, proprietor Model Restaurant, 472 Seventh, res 
Sesame 

Peterson P, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street House 
Peterson Peter, coachman with Dr N L Blake, 706 Thirteenth 
Peterson Peter Hanson, laborer, res 533 Knox Place 
Peterson Wm J, manager Pioneer Planing Mills, res Alameda 
Petrie A M , fireman C P R, R, res Railroad Exchange 
Petrie Charles, res e s Telegraph ave nr Forty-second 
Petroff J, res 1460 Seventh 
Pett David, dipper tender CPRR dredger, res Cleveland ave 

east of Telegraph ave, Temescal 
Pettigrew Wm J Jr, salesman, res 1006 Chester 
Pettingill Robert H, machinehand CPRR, res 1766 William 
PETTlS WILLIAM H> superintendent agencies California Life 
VJD "^- and Accident Association (S F), res 1215 Chestnut 
Pettit Harriet N, res 671 Tenth 
Pettit W N, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Pettitt Joseph George, elevator man (S F), res 985 Wood 
Petty John, blacksmith, res 652 Jackson 
Petty Kate Miss, clerk, res 815 East Fifteenth 
Petty J Y Mrs, res Merritt House 
Pew Chas E, artist, res 359 Tenth 
Peyry G B, res 670 East Sixteenth 
Pfaff' Albert, stage carpenter Tivoli Opera House, res cor Fortieth 

and Lusk 
Pfeil Henry, restaurant, 708 Broadway, res same 
Pfenninger Herman, clerk Swiss American Bank (S F), res 1042 

Peralta 
Pfenninger Herman Jr, engineer with W W Montague & Co (S F), 

res 1042 Peralta 
Pfeister Johm oiler CPRR Yards, res 1660 Sixteenth 
Pfieffer Joseph, mining, res 1115 Jackson 

Pfluger Edmund, clerk with Kirkland & Trowbridge, res Temes- 
cal 
Pfluger Robert, blacksmith and carriage manufacturer, res e s 

Telegraph ave bet Forty-first and Fort}- -second 
Pfluger Robert Jr, carriagemak»r,res e s Telegraph ave bet Forty - 

first and Forty-second 
Pharo Joel H, clerk Pacific Coast Steamship Co (S F), res 1259 

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Ph^att H H, foreman Phoenix Engine Co No 1, res Fifteenth bet 
Clay and San Pablo ave 

Pheby Thomas B, mining superintendent, res 1275 Alice 

Phelan Joseph P, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1006 Fourteenth- 

Phelan Minnie Miss, res 1617 Eighth 

Phelan M J, lithographic artist, res n s Forty-sixth nr Shattuck 
ave 

PHELAN SARAH MISS, teacher music, res 1617 Eighth 

Phelan William S (Phelan & Fish), res Forty-third nr San Pablo 
ave 

PHELAN & FISH (William S Phelan and George L Fish), whole- 
sale and retail grocers, wholesale 472 Eleventh, retail 470 
Eleventh 

Phelps Corydon B, salesman with W M Watson & Co, res 1513 
Telegraph ave 

Phelps Francis M, lumber merchant, res 1163 Brush 

Phelps Johnson, laborer, res 835^ Market 

Phelps Mary A Miss, principal Pagoda Hill Kindergarten, res 
1513 Telegraph ave 

Phelps N N Mrs, res Claremont ave, Temescal 

PHILADELPHIA STEAM DYE WORKS, Reuter & Hanson pro- 
prietors, 833-837 Washington 

Philkill Benjamin, clerk Call office (S F), res 562 Second 

Phillips Blair R, policeman, res 607 Castro 

Phillips Charles T, conductor CPRR, res 1765 Eighth 

Phillips Daniel J Jr, farmer, res 1646 Seventh 

Phillips David J, sewing-machine agent, 1646 Seventh, res same 

Phillips D T, clerk C P R R (S F), res 1427 Eleventh ave 

Phillips George, machinist, res 475 Twenty-first 

Phillips Hannah, res 570 Fifteenth 

Phillips James, roller Nail Works, res 669 Fifth 

Phillips James, stair builder Pioneer Planing Mills, res 1024 Wil- 
low 

Phillips John W (Grayson, Harrell & Co), res 474 Ninth 

Phillips Joseph W, conductor CPRR, res 1629 Atlantic 

Phillips Manuel, foundryman Judson Manufacturing Co, res 234 
Harlain 

Phillips P T, porter CPRR, res 870 Willow 

Phillips Win, laborer, res 1765 Seventh 

Phipps Joseph, real estate, res 1111 Jefferson 

Phipps M A Miss, res 1266 Grove 

Phoenix Engine Co No 1 , Fifteenth bet Clay and San Pablo ave 

Phoenix Insurance Co of Brooklyn, Robinson & Russ agents, 
464 Tenth 

Phoenix Insurance Co of Hartford, Harry L Roff agent, 1004 
Broadway 

Photographic Publishing Co, C H Bayley manager, 515 Seventh 




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OAKLAND. 



Piano Felix, cook Barnum Restaurant, res 646 Broadway 

Picht Anna Miss, res Fortieth nr Telegraph ave 

Piedmont Hotel, Biedmont Springs 

Piedmont School, Mrs G W Horton instructress, cor Webster ave 

and Piedmont road 
Piepenburg August, musician, and saloon, 1165 Seventh, res same 
Pierce B F, farmer, res 1405 Eleventh 
Pierce Bruce W, artist, res 1674 Telegraph ave 
Pierce Chas B, watchman (S F), res 1007 Campbell 
PIERCE CHAS D (Pierce & Co), res 1416 Grove 
Pierce Charles F, clerk Alameda county abstract office, office 

Court House, res 1413 Brush 
Pierce C S Mrs, res 1311 Fifth ave 
PIERCE DEXTER (Pierce & Co), res 1416 Grove 
Pierce Edward, carpenter, res 767 Willow 
Pierce G, capt ship C C Chapruan, res Ross House 
Pierce George L, mechanical and hydraulic engineer, res 751 

Brush 
Pierce Geo T, clerk, res 1017 Ninth ave 
PIERCE HENRY, president Contra Costa Water Co, 458 Eighth, 

res San Francisco 
Pierce Jas E, carpenter, res 767 Willow 

Pierce John C, marble cutter with D Dwyer, res 1637 Myrtle 
Pierce John H, manager and collector with Fisher & Taylor, res 

262 Eighth 
Pierce Marshall, cashier Contra Costa Water Co, res 459 Merri- 

mac 
Pierce Webb M, captain Oakland Light Cavalry 
PIERCE W FRANK (Pierce & Co), res 568 Eighteenth 
PIERCE&C0 (Dexter W Frank and C D Pierce), wholesale and 
retail dealers in hardware, guns and fishing tackle, 971 

Broadway 
Pierd Sidney, machinist, res 715 Fourth 
Pierpont A L Miss, res 1814 Grove 
Pierpont M C Mrs, res 1814 Grove 
Pierson C L Mrs, res 858 West 
Pierson Dora Miss, res NW cor Eighth and Brush 
Pierson Edward, engineer CPE R 
Pike Catherine, res 1687 Seventh 
Pike Edward P, carpenter, res cor Telegraph ave and Forty - 

fourth, Temescal 
Pike Jos W, tinsmith, res 1687 Seventh 

Pimental J M, photographer, 1713 Seventh, res West Berkeley 
Pimental John, laborer, res 1054 Third 
Pine Mary A, res 1005 Peralta 
PINKERT0N TH0S H- physician and surgeon, office 418 Twelfth, 

res Highland Park 



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Pinkham Frank D, clerk, res 941 Myrtle 

Pinkham Geo T, plasterer, res 828 Webster 

Pinner Robt Richard, deckhand C P R R, res 1711 Taylor 

Pinsonneault Ludger, laborer, res Convent Our Lady of the Sa- 
cred Heart, cor Twentieth and Webster 

Pinsonnault Samuel N (Hamelin & Co), res NW cor Third and 
Franklin 

Piombo Paul, clerk with Camilloni & Co, res 606 Filbert 

PIONEER CARRIAGE FACTORY, Sohst Bros proprietors, cor 
Eighth and Franklin 

Pioneer Door Co, Hierlihy & Ingler proprietors, foot of Broad- 
way 

Pioneer French Bakery, M Longe propr, 617 Broadway 

Pioneer Loan Office, M Levy & Co proprs, 914 Broadway 

Pioneer Market, Thos Larkin propr, res Telegi-aph ave bet Forty- 
eighth and Forty-ninth, Temescal 

Pioneer Planing Mill Co, Lombard & White managers, SW cor 
First and Broadway 

Pioneer Pottery, East Eleventh bet Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
aves 

PIONEER SALOON. John A Brown proprietor, SE cor Fourth 
and Broadway, opp Hall of Records 

Pioneer Soda Works, Taylor & Sohse proprs, NE cor Thirteenth 
and Webster 

Pipenburg August, musician, and wines and liquors, res 1165 
Seventh 

Pipher Stephen, res 804 Franklin 

Pirrie Wm (Pirrie & Ellis, S F), res 1263 Twelfth 

Pitts Geo H, commission merchant (S F), res 226 Eleventh 

Pitts JasM, butcher, 1118 Center, res 1460 Thirteenth 

Pixley E W Mrs, artist, res Ross House 

Pixley Frank M Jr, clerk, res Ross House 

Pixley Wm, clerk, res Ross House 

Place R T, commercial traveler, res 1010 Twenty-eighth 

Planer Emile, brass finisher, res 460 Fifth 

Planer John, brass finisher, res 460 Fifth 

Planker Hannah, domestic, 1006 Chester 

Plante Samuel (Plante & Journal), res 1312 Clay 

Plante & Journal (S Plante and P Journal), barber shop, 472 
Seventh 

Piatt G S (Blackson & Piatt), res 557 Sixth 

Plaw Jos, secretary with Parrott & Co (S F), res 171 East Four- 
teenth 

Playter E W, capitalist, res 1167 Castro 

Bletz Frederick, painter, res 563 Twenty-second 

Plimley A B, capitalist, 1607 Seventh 

Blimley Alfred B, boarding, SW cor Peralta and Seventh 



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Plomteaux Chas H, assistant mailing clerk Tribune Publishing 
Co, res 316 Tenth 

Plomteaux Henry J, dentist (S F), res 1556 Eighth 

Plummer Daniel A, capitalist, res 1067 Thirteenth ave 

Plummer Jas W, carpenter CPRR, res 1775 Lincoln 

Plummer J L Mrs, assistant librarian Oakland Free Library, res 
1003 Clay 

Plunkett Jas C, attorney-at-law, 854J Broadway, rooms 5 and 6, 
res 1567 Twenty- first ave 

Plunkett Mark, laborer, res 1522 Seventh 

Plunkett V W, employe United States Mint, res 600 East 
Twelfth 

Plycarpo Antone V, laborer, res 142 Ettie 

Plycarpo Manuel, laborer, res 142 Ettie 

Plymouth Avenue Congregational Church, Rev Geo Mooar pastor, 
Plymouth ave bet Telegraph ave and Andover 

Poerschke Adolph P, bookkeeper, res 1023 Kirkham 

Poglianich Martin, restaurant, 1790 Seventh 

Pogue Wm T, groceries, 1202 Market, res 1204 Market 

Pohley L Mrs, res 535 Seventeenth 

Poirier A F, farmer, res Shattuck ave bet Benton and Alcatraz 

Poirier J B, farmer, res Shattuck ave bet Benton and Alcatraz 

Poirier Rose D, res Shattuck ave bet Benton and Alcatraz 

Poland F A, clerk CPRR, res Berkeley 

Polland Henry, hostler with M L Decker, res 1 507 Broadway 

Pollard C H Mrs, dressmaker, 1210 Broadway, res 572 Tenth 

Pollard F A, clerk (S F), res 358 East Fourteenth 

Pollard G B, painter CPRR Ship Yard 

Pollard Isaac, car repairer CPRR Yard 

Pollard Thos, painter, res Second ave nr Vernon 

Pollmen Wm, gardener, res 911 Linden 

Pomentel John, laborer CPRR 

Pomeroy L Mrs, res 1407 Franklin 

Pomeroy Nellie Miss, res 1407 Franklin 

POND CHAS H, manager Oakland Brass Works, res 833 Har- 
rison 

Poole Chas M, fireman CPRR, res 1666 Eighth 

Poole E Mrs, res 833 Campbell 

Poole Henry C, yardman CPRR, res 1868 Seventh 

Poor Fred A, general delivery cierk post-office, res 873 Filbert 

Poor Jos, machinist Risdon Iron Works, res 873 Filbert 

Poorman J G, mechanic school department 

Poorman J G, tinsmith, res 1122 Eleventh ave 

Poorman Robt, painter, res 1804 Seventh 

Poorman Roland, painter CPRR Ship Yard 

Pope Geo L, painter, res 917 Seventh 

Pope M Mrs, res 827 Myrtle 



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Pope Mary, i-es NE cor Fourteenth and Webster 

Pope T E, assistant manager xEtna Insurance Co (S F), res 1604 

East Twenty-second 
Popper Max (Whitney & Co's Express), res San Francisco 
Porch Henry H Mrs, res 1671 Lincoln 
Port Peter, carpenter, res NE cor Wood and Taylor 
Porter Bridget, res Fortv-second nr Telegraph ave, Temescal 
PORTER BROS & CO (W J Metcalf, J W Havens, V H Met- 

calf and Geo AV Prince), produce, provisions, poultry, game, 



460 and 462 Eleventh 

Rev, teacher Sackett School, 



res 529 Twenty- 



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Porter C M Mrs, res 613 Fourth 
Porter D, reporter Oakland Times, res Winsor House 
Porter I) H (Mead & Runyon, S F), res 616 Eighteenth 
Porter F R, res Winsor House 
Porter M E Mrs, res 1352 Franklin 
Porter Napoleon, barber, res 856 Franklin 
Porter Nathan, barber, 855 Chester, res 858 Franklin 
Porter Stephen, physician, res 367 East Twelfth 
Post Chas A, conductor C P R R, res 822 Brush 
Post David, laborer C P R R Yards, res 1854 Division 
Post-office, \V E Dargie postmaster, junction Broadway 

Pablo ave and Fourteenth 
Postlethwaite Emilie, dressmaker, res 854 Harrison 
Poston J M, attorney -a t-law, 021 Broadway, res Wilcox Block 
Potter Carrie A Miss, music teacher, res 600 Seventeenth 
Potter Charles S Mrs, res 600 Seventeenth 
Potter C V Mrs, res Arcade House 
Potter Edward E, insurance, res 941 Myrtle 
Potter Florence Miss, res 488 Edwards 
Potter George H, traveling agent, res 488 Edwards 
Potter Hattie A Miss, music teacher, res 1717 Chase 
Potter Jennie E Mrs, res 580 Thirty- fourth 
Potter John, real estate, res 517 Third 
Potter Mary F Miss, res 600 Seventeenth 

Potter Samuel L, clerk Custom House (S F), res 570 Eleventh 
Potter T B Mrs, res 1717 Chase 
Potter Thos L, stationer (S F), res 1621 Seward 
Potter William, carpenter C PR R Yards, res 1766 William 
Potter William, joiner C P R R, res 1815 Seventh 
Potter William, laborer, res 1181 Phird 

Potter William W, Western Paper Co (S F), res 570 Eleventh 
Potts Julia Miss, res 228 East Seventeenth 
Pot win Kate Miss, ticket agent C P R R 
Poudiere Philbert, baker, 617 Broadway, res same 
Poul&en Christian N, employe C P R R, res 850 Franklin 




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Poulson Edna Snell Mrs, teacher Snell's Seminary 

Poulson P W, physician, res 1617 Eighth 

Poulter Charles T, carriage spring maker (S F), res 1004 Fifth 

Poulter Frank, painter CPRR Ship Yard 

Pounstone Alvin L, business manager Mirror Advertising Agency, 

Wilcox Block, 954 Broadway, room 3, res 610 Eighteenth 
Powell Arthur, gardener, res 529 Eighth 
Powell Elizabeth Miss, assistant Plymouth Avenue School, res 

966 Chester 
Powell Henry, capitalist, res 316 East Tenth 
Powell Howell A, attorne} r -at-law, res 921 Myrtle 
Powell John, laborer CPRR, res 1667 Pacitic 
Powell William, painter, res 759 Grove 
Powell William W, car porter CPRR, res 579 Sixteenth 
Powelson Edwin E, electrotyper Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 

70S Eleventh 
Power John S, salesman with Murphy, Grant & Co (S F), res 

814 Twentieth 
Powers Alex, cattle drover, res Stock Yards 
Powers Charles E, painter, res 1834 Grove 
Powers Cornelia, res 658 Fourteenth 
Pow r ers Ellen, domestic, 1266 Grove 
Powers Frank G, druggist, res 658 Fourteenth 
Powers George F, house mover, res 1381 Ninth 
Powers Hannah F Miss, res 2018 Telegraph ave 
Powers James V, moulder, res 803 Willow 
Powers Jennie Miss, glovemaker, res 601 Franklin 
Powers J O, cattle raiser, res 692 Thirty-fourth 
Powers John, heater Judson Manufacturing Co, res Halleck nr 

Emery Station 
Powers Maggie Miss, dressmaker, res 814 Willow 
Powers Michael, wood and coal, NE cor Sixth and Washington, 

res 1009 Franklin 
Powers Nelson O, student, res 692 Thirty-fourth 
Praesler Frank, glass engraver, res 1362 Sixteenth 
Prairo John M, blacksmith, res 811 Peralta 
PRATHER EDWARD C civil engineer and surveyor, office 1004 

Broadway, room 9, res 963 Eighth 
Prather George M, farmer, res 963 Eighth 
Prather Laura Miss, res 517 Eleventh 
Prather Samuel, clerk with Huntington, Hopkins & Co (S F), res 

517 Eleventh 
Prather Thomas, secretary J Lusk Canning Co, res 517 Eleventh 
Prather William L, agent Sun Insurance Co, 454 Ninth, res 517 

Eleventh 
Prather Wm L Jr, clerk with W T Coleman & Co (S F), res 517 

Eleventh 



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Pratt A H, physician and surgeon, office NW cor Broadway and 
Twelfth, res same 

Pratt Alfred, insurance agent (S F), res 1063 Ninth ave 

Pratt Augustus, broker (S F), res 1716 Seward 

Pratt George C, mining secretary (S F), res 1360 Harrison 

Pratt George O, expressman, res Telegraph ave nr Fortieth 

Pratt Gertie C Miss, res 1677 Taylor 

Pratt Henry, car repairer C P R R Yards, res 734 Henry 

Pratt Henry, gunmaker, res 734 Henry 

Pratt H G, grand recorder AOUW, res 1422 Sixteenth 

Pratt Horace, merchant, res 1376 Ninth 

Pratt James W, employe Electric Light Co (S F), res 1376 Ninth 

Pratt Mary Miss, assistant Tompkins School 

Pratt Sherry A, clerk with H G Pratt, res 1522 Sixteenth 

Pray Harriet T, boarding-house, 316 Tenth, res same 

Pra} r Philander, printer, res 316 Tenth 

Preary A, laborer C P R R 

Preble Helen Miss, res 468 East Eleventh 

Preble P N, mining expert, res 468 East Eleventh 

Prentclow Nels, carpenter, res 1708 Atlantic 

Prentiss Alonzo P, carpenter, res East Fifteenth nr Twenty-third 
ave 

Prentiss Jennie, domestic, res 528 Eighteenth . 

Prentiss Samuel R, real estate, res 176 Lake 

Prenveille A E M, toys, 877 Washington, res same 

Presb} r terian Church, Dr Robert Patterson pastor, cor East Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth ave 

Presbyterian Church, cor Fourteenth and Franklin 

Prescott A A, attorney-at-law, res 314 Ninth 

Prescott Alfred, ship carpenter, res 1777 Goss 

Prescott Grammar School, D T Fowler principal, e s Campbell 
bet Seward and Taylor 

Prescott Hattie Miss, teacher music, res 571 East Twelfth 

Prescott House, Mrs Annie Sullivan proprietress, 473 Sixth 

Prescott Melvin, res 1320 Eighth ave 

Presho James (Jas Presho & Co, S F), res 1258 Eleventh ave 

Pressey J S, groceries and provisions, NE cor Tenth and Center, 
res same 

Preston Edwin, patternmaker, res 2202 Market 

Preston John W, patternmaker, res 2202 Market 

Pretti C, laborer Mountain View Cemetery 

Prevle Louis B, hostler with William Boardman, res 628 Six- 
teenth 

Prevost Edward, French Laundry, 522 Eighth 

Preyn John, tanner, res cor East Twelfth and Twelfth ave 

Price A, helper C P R R shops 

Price A H. res 1132 Filbert 



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Price Arthur, blacksmith, res 1711 Lincoln 

Price David, builder and architect, res 596 Sycamore 

Price David, clerk with Chas R Lewis, res 596 Sycamore 

Price Frank B, stevedore, res 596 Sycamore 

Price Gomer W, machinist, res 1711 Lincoln 

Price James B, merchant, res 735 Center 

Price James G, salesman (S F), res 1057 Willow 

Price John M, clerk (S F), res 1713 Eighth 

Price Maggie E Miss, artist, res 596 Sycamore 

Price Mary Mrs, dressmaker, res 476 Twelfth 

Price Mary, res Welldon House 

Price M L Mrs, res Arcade House 

Price N Mrs, dressmaker, res 617 Fifteenth 

Price RJ, blacksmith CPR R Shops, res 1711 Lincoln 

Price Thomas H, master mariner, res 823 Magnolia 

Price Walter F (Fox & Price), res 1008 Wood 

Price W C, mining expert, res cor Nineteenth ave and East 
Twenty-fourth 

Price Wm, res 1008 Wood 

Price William H, clerk Wells, Fargo & Co, res East Nine- 
teenth bet Second and Fourth ave 

Price William N, machinehand with Burnham, Standeford & Co, 
res 596 Sycamore 

Prideaux James, engineer, res 737 Myrtle 

Priest E L, employe California Hosiery Co, res 1099 Third ave 

Priest Robert A, insurance clerk, res 971 Chester 

Priestley John H, teamster, res Moss ave bet New Broadway and 
Telegraph ave 

Prine Moses S, bookkeeper, res 268 East Seventeenth 

Prince B M Mrs, res 1016 Jefferson 

Prince George W (Porter Brothers & Co), res 577 Sixteenth 

Prince Thomas, machinist (S F), res 1816 Taylor 

Prindal E J, engineer, res 626 East Fourteenth 

Prindle Henry F, fusemaker, res 977 Sixth ave 

Pringle E J, attorney-at-law (S F), res 826 East Nineteenth 

Pringle James, machinist with Scoville & Co, res 971 Fifth 

Pringle John, carpenter, res 969 Fifth 

Prior Mary Miss, housekeeper, res Fortieth nr Grove 

Pritchard James, carpenter, and lodgings, 470 Eighth 

Pritchard Thomas, tanner, res 353 Seventh 

Pritchard William, res 1939 Magnolia 

Proctor Bertine E, teacher, res 1518 Market 

Proctor Joshua M, farmer, res 1518 Market 

Progress National Insurance Co of Paris, H Griffin agent, 958 
Broadway 

Proksch Lawrence, I tborer C P 1! R, res 1247 Center 

Prothero Samuel W, laborer C P R R, res 1621 Taylor 



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Prouse William, clerk (S F), res 567 Sixth 

Prout Thomas, butcher, res 1 671 San Pablo ave 

Prouty James, engineer CPRR, res 981 Center 

Provo Kluit A, collector with F Barnard & Co, res 1628 Eighth 

Provost Nelson, master mariner, res McKee and Occidental, 
Temescal 

Prowse Godfrey, riding teacher, res 1270 Fifth ave 

Prunly Patrick, helper CPRR shops 

Prusia Leonard H P, clerk with Taf t & Pennoyer, res 604 Seven- 
teenth 

Pryal Ella G Miss, primary department Temescal School, res 
Pryals ave, Temescal 

Pryne Abbie, domestic, 1219 Jefferson 

Public Administrator, 1003| Broadway 

Puffer Milton J, salesman with Taft & Pennoyer, res 604 Seven- 
teenth 

Pugh Frances M Mrs, assistant Cole School, res Blake House 

Pullen E F, clerk, res Avenue House 

Pullis Thomas, bartender with C McCarthy, res Market Street Block 

Pullis Thomas, bricklayer, res 666 Fourth 

Pullis Thomas Jr, bricklayer, res 666 Fourth 

Pullman James, accountant, res Fifth nr Magnolia 

PULLMAN PALACE SALOON, pool and billiard parlor at 
tached, Thomas Newman proprietor, 1791 Seventh 

Pulsifer Alexander W, horseshoer, 1362 San Pablo ave, res 772 
Eighteenth 

Pulver Mary A Mrs, res Claremont ave nr Clifton, Temescal 

Pumphrey Edwin, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Pumyea Albert, foreman with P Pumyea, res 470 Seventh 

Pumyea Lottie Miss, res 470-i- Seventh 

PUMYEA PETER, livery stable and captain police, 470 Seventh, 
res 470J Seventh 

Purcell A Mrs, res 1219 Fourteenth 

Purcell Charles, foreman Contra Costa Water Works, res 271 
Eighth 

Purcell Frances Mis-, milliner with R Jones, res 271 Eighth 

Purcell J A Miss, furnished rooms, 1152 Franklin 

Purington Stephen W (Purington & Reed), res 562 East Twelfth 

Purington & Reed (Stephen W Purington and Charles E H Reed), 
wood and coal, 608 and 610 East Twelfth 

Purnell Aim, res 411 Seventh 

Purnell Samuel, clerk with superintendent CPRR (S F), res 
954 Fifth 

Purvis John, carpenter. East Oakland, res Alice, foot of planing 
mill 

Putnam C H, clerk city assessor's office 

Putnam David, res 255 Eighth 




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Putnam David, canvasser, res 767 Eighteenth 
Putnam Geo W, carpenter, res 964 New 
Putnam H, salesman with Salinger Bros 
Putnam Lettie Miss, dressmaker, res 973 Campbell 
Putnam Stillman N, attorney-at-law (S F), res 1258 Harrison 
Putney Edward F, carpenter CPRR, res 1003 Bine 
Putzar Louis, shipcarpenter (S F), res 1710 Thirteenth 
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Quackenbush George, groceries, 1752 San Pablo ave 

Quellen Henry C, clerk with Win T Hamilton, 466 Thirteenth 

Querl Joseph, butcher with L Schaffer, res 555 Sixth 

Quick George, gardener with E G Bus well, res 1412 Sixth ave 

Quigley Bridget, res 620 Filbert 

Quigley Charles E, foreman with Dalziel & Moller, res JurWs 
Block 6 

Quigley John J, carriage painter, res 709 Twentieth 

Quigley Lawrence L, bricklayer, res 620 Filbert 

Quigley Wm, extraman Engine Co No 2, res Broadwav bet First 
and Second 

Quigley Wm B, driver Whitney & Co's express, res 609 Broad- 
way 

Quill Donald, fireman CPRR, res 318 East Twentieth 

Quillin P J, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 814 East Fourteenth 

Quimby Daniel J, livery stable, 1386 Broadway 

Quince Annie M Miss, assistant Harrison Street School, res 859 
Harrison 

Quince Mary E M Mrs, res 859 Harrison 

Quinlan James A, policeman, res 1420 Eleventh 

Quinlan Maurice J, salesman (S F), res 654 Sycamore 

Quinlan Thomas, clerk, res 517 Ninth 

Quinn Annie E, domestic, 437 Hawthorne 

Quinn Edward, general jobbing, res 1568 Fifth 

Quinn Henry, laborer, res 372 Orchard 

Quinn John, milkman, res NW cor Twenty-eighth and Adeline 

Quinn Maggie Miss, res O'Neal House, Emery Station 



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Quinn Mary Mrs, groceries, 404 B, res same 

Quinn Michael, scroll sawyer, res 404 B 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, res 824 Thirtieth 

Quinn P P, painter with F M Farewell, res New York Hotel 

Quinn William H, clerk (S F), res 1217 Castro 

Quirk JohnT, foreman, res 412 Fourteenth 



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Rabe Frances, res 965 Jackson 

Rabe John, dentist, 1055 Broadway, res 583 Thirty-fifth 
Rabe William H, with Belloc & Co (S F), res 965 Jackson 
Rackliffe Frank, clerk with Rackliffe & Reed, res 859 Castro 
RACKLIFFE JOHN (Rackliffe & Reed), res 859 Castro 
RACKLIFFE & REED (John Rackliffe and William J Reed), 

grocers and produce dealers, 479 Eleventh 
Radcliffe Samuel, cigars and tobacco, 627 East Twelfth, res 1263 

Twelfth ave 
Rademacher August P, car repairer C P R R, and sewer con- 
tractor, res 1752 Seward cor Wood 
Rader Christopher J, employe C P R R, res 658 Clay 
Radford Ellen, res 1409 Franklin 
RADING FREDERICK, upholsterer, 1013 Clay 
Radomskv Augustus, res 1309 Webster 

RADOVICH J L & CO (J L Radovich and M C Williams), whole- 
sale and retail dealers in wines and liquors, SW cor Seventh 
and Broadway 
Radovicli John L (J L Radovich & Co), res 912 Clay 
Rae Henry, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1460 Seventh 
RAFF0 BROS (C Raffo), groceries and provisions, SW cor Third 

atul f> road way 
Raffo Colombo (Raffo Bros), res 660 Fourth 

Raffo Louis, Pacific Consolidated Paste Co (S F), res 662 Fourth 
Raids Thomas A, conductor C P R R, res 829 Peralta 
Railton E M, master transportation C P R R, res 1020 Linden 
Rainville E M, res San Pablo nr Thirty-sixth 
Rainville H E, woodworker, res San Pablo ave nr Thirty-sixth 
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Raleigh Charles J, letter carrier post-office, res 1928 Filbert 
Ralston Andrew J, president Selby Smelting and Lead Co (S F), 

res 534 Twenty-fifth 
Ralston Henry, blacksmith, res 1407 Fourth 
Ralston John, ironworker, res Merced ave nr Shattuck ave, 

Temescal 
Ralston Market, E A Guptil proprietor, 957 Washington 
Ramage Charlotte E Miss, res 325 Eleventh 
Ramon Frank, wiper C P R R shops 
Ramsdell B H, coal weigher S P C R R, res San Francisco 
Ramsden Charles H, res 452 East Seventeenth 
Ramsden Thomas, draughtsman C P R R, res 1661 Pacific 
Ramsey Peter B, deckhand Oakland Ferry, res 246 Helen 
Rand David H, physician, res 356 Seventh 
Rand Eliza M Mrs, res 461 Twenty-sixth 
Rand Hall B, night prison keeper city hall, res 356 Seventh 
Rand Lila M Miss, telegraph operator, res 461 Twenty-sixth 
Randall George W, fireman C P R R, res 1061 Campbell 
Randall Mary P, res 470 Edwards 

Randle Samuel, teamster with William Lane, res 1013 Franklin 
Randlett Henry A, proprietor Randlett House, cor Park ave and 

Hollis 
Randlett House, H A Randlett proprietor, cor Park ave and 

Hollis 
Randlett Vila Miss, teacher music, res Randlett House, cor Park 

ave and Hollis 
Raney Wm, foreman packer U S clothing department (S F), res 

1219 Peralta 
Rang Daniel, laborer, res 369 Third 

Rankin Andrew, tinsmith with Dalziel & Moller, res 2055 Mar- 
ket 
Rankin James, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 1963 Grove 
Ranlett Cony, res 827 Harrison 
Ranlett Horace D, mining agent, 218 California (S F), res 724 

Fourteenth 
Ranlett John, policeman, res 827 Harrison 
Ranlett William L, letter carrier post-office, res 827 Harrison 
Ransom Samuel, superintendent door factory, San Quentin, res 

1557 Eighth 
Ransom William Penn, res 1557 Eighth 
Ransome Ernest L, artificial stone manufacturer (S F), res 1401 

Seventh ave 
Raphael Aaron, peddler, res 752 Franklin 
Raphael Mark, furniture, 809 Broadway, res 458 Fifth 
Rappold John, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1659 Twelfth 
Rasette E Mrs, res Adeline bet Forty-second and Forty-third, 

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Rasmien Carsten, cook, res 857 Washington 

Rath Louisa Miss, res 1314 Franklin 

Rathfon Benjamin P, expressman, res 922 Pine 

RATHJEN DIEDERICH groceries and liquors, 801 Jefferson, res 

same 
Rathjen Henry, teamster with F Barnard & Co, res 1420 Thir 

teenth ave 
Rathjen Herman, laborer with F Barnard & Co, res 1420 Thir- 
teenth ave 
Rathjen Thomas J, bookkeeper with D Rathjen, res 801 Jefferson 
Rathmann Edward, millwright, res Forty-fifth nr Telegraph ave 

Temescal • 

Rau Gottlieb foreman furniture factory (S F), res 1214 Chestnut 
Rawlings Lloyd, mining superintendent, res 1507 Eighth 
Rawson M L, deputy county clerk, res San Leandro 
Ray Barney, switchman C P R R 
Ray Wm, porter, res 867 Center 
Ray Wm B, switchman C P R R, res 881 Short 
Ray William H, barber, res 867 Center 
Rave Rosa Mrs, res 1761 Lincoln 
Raye W H, ornamental painter, res 809 Webster 
Raye W J, painter with J F Gardiner 
Raymer William, carpenter, res 1511 New Broadway 
Raymond Bertha Miss, res 1421 Ninth 
Raymond Charles S, telegraph operator C P R R, res 1110 Four 

teenth 
Raymond Cornelia Miss, res 1421 Ninth 
Raymond Jonas C, homeopathic physician, 626 Thirteenth 
Raymond V R, helper U S Mint (S F), res 1002 Market 
Raymond William J, student, res 626 Thirteenth 
Raymond William P, commission and grain broker (S F), res 

1421 Ninth 
Rayner Edgar, laborer, res 1005 Twenty-second 
Raynes H R, law student, res 1769 Nineteenth ave 
Razanski Ignacio, saloon, 1756 Telegraph ave 
Razle Mazue Miss, dressmaker, res 938 Peralta 
Rea Adolph C, gardener, res 326 East Nineteenth 
Rea Henry, employe C P R R, res 1666 Taylor 
Rea John Rev, associate pastor First Congregational Church, res 

570 Thirteenth 
Read Eva S Mrs, dressmaker, res 463 Thirteenth 
Read Thornton A, supt Bodie Water Co, res 1211 West 
Reader George M, Oakland Transfer Co, res 232 Twelfth 
Reader Phillip, driver Hose Co No 1, res 470 Sixth 
Reading J, watchmaker and jeweler, 1009 Broadway, res 1567 

Broadway 
Ready Martin, laborer C P R R, res 1369 Fifteenth 



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OAKLAND. 



Reanier Wm (Reanier & Lund), res n s Seventh bet Wood and 
Pine 

Reanier & Lund (Wm Reanier and Peter Lund), groceries, 1690 
Eighth 

Reap Louis, laborer, with Sam in & Co, res 1372 Seventeenth 

Rearat A, fireman C P R R 

Reardon Lizzie G Mrs, groceries, SW cor Campbell and Pacific 

Reaser John T, blacksmith with W G Myers, res 710 Sixth 

REATH JAMES M. proprietor Harper's Saloon, 461 Sixth, res 
463 Sixth 

Reaves George, expressman, res 828 Magnolia 

Reaves John A, capitalist, res 1756 Seventh 

Rebecca Degree Lodge No 12, meets in Odd Fellows' Hall, East 
Oakland, every Mondafy evening 

Rebekah Degree Lodge No 16, I O O F, Mrs Naismith secretary, 
I O O F Hall 

Recardo Frank, laborer C P R R, res 725 Chester 

Recardo Frank Jr, apprentice, res 725 Chester 

Rector B F, manufacturer, res 1169 Tenth ave 

Rector L James, clerk res 603 Sixteenth 

Red Front Cash Grocery, Wm P Wheeler proprietor, 1211 Broad- 
way and 1212 San Pablo ave 

Reddick William S, shoemaker (S F), res 862 Nineteenth 

Redding Albert P, real estate (S F), res 1313 Madison 

Reddison Bertha, domestic, 909 Linden 

REDFIELO HORACE A, agent ^Etna Fire Insurance Co of Hart- 
ford, Conn, 969 Broadway, res Forty-fifth east of San Pablo 
ave 

Redington Chas H, president Board of Education and assistant 
paymaster C P R R, res 1668 Seward 

Redington H P, res 1668 Seward 

Redman Joseph, physician, res 567 Eighth 

Redman Lander, tutor, res 970 Market 

Redman Louis B, deputy county clerk, res cor Tenth and Market 

REDMAN R A> attorney-at-law, 821 Broadway, rooms 7 and 8, 
res 970 Market 

Redmayne Thomas clerk, res 600 East Twelfth 

Redmond L Mrs, res 438 East Eleventh 

Redmond Maggie, domestic, 1231 Myrtle 

Reed Chas E H (Purington & Reed), res 1117 Ninth ave 

Reed Chas G, Union National Bank, res 1257 Filbert 

Reed Clara E Miss, res 1117 Ninth ave 

Reed Eva Mrs, dressmaker, res 463 Thirteenth 

Reed E W, box maker, res 564 East Eleventh 

Reed Fanny M (Miss F M Reed & Co), res 1126 Broadway 

Reed F M Miss & Co (F M Reed and Miss Elisa Luecke), milli- 
nery, 1161 Broadway 



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Reed F H, civil engineer, res 61 f Nineteenth 

REED GEO W (Moore & Reed), attorneys-at-law, res 974 Six- 
teenth 

Reed Ida M Miss, teacher of music, res 602 Fourteenth 

Reed J, engineer C P R R, res San Francisco 

Reed Jas, engineer C P R R, res 950 Willow- 
Reed L D Mrs, res 1721 Seward 

Reed L W, vice-principal Valencia Street School (S F), res 1213 
Jefferson 

Reed M A Mrs, 1156 Broadway 

Reed Robt, brass finisher, res Overland House 

Reed Robt, manufacturer Artificial Limbs, 954 Broadway 

Reed R R, salesman with Bowen & Co, res Berkelev 

Reed Sarah A Mrs, res 529 Eighth 

Reed Thos R, painter, res 2109 Elm 

Reed Wm, real estate, res 1269 Market 

REED WM J (Rackliffe & Reed), res 728 Eleventh 

Reed Wm J Jr, clerk with Rackliffe & Reed, res 728 Eleventh 

Reek Wm F, liquor saloon, 1466 J Seventh 

Rees John, captain C P R R Co's steamer Piedmont, res 815 
Filbert 

Reese Paul H, res 2108 Elm 

Reese WmG, carpenter, 1220 Broadway, res 1614 Twelfth 

Reeve Wm N, house painter, res 757 Market 

Reeves Elijah, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1010 Third 

Reformed Presbyterian Mission, Rev N R Johnston pastor 1171 
Market 

Regan Julia, res cor Summer and First ave, Temescal 

Regan S J Miss, assistant Tompkins School, res San Francisco 

Reguin Emma Mrs, res 1168 Seventh 

Reguin Ernest, draughtsman with Prescott, Scott & Co (S F ) res 
1168 Seventh ' J 

Rehnert Chas W (Rehnert & Son), res NE cor Second and Harri- 
son 
Rehnert Ernest W (Rehnert & Son), res NE cor Second and Har- 
rison 

REHNERT & SON (E W and C W Rehnert), proprietors Oak- 
land Match Factory, Second bet Harrison and Alice 

Reichert Carl J, laborer with Samm & Co, res 626 Filbert 

Reichert Elizabeth, res 514 Fourth 

Reichert Frank, dyer Philadelphia Dye Works, res Eureka Hotel 

Reichert Nicholas J, indian doctor, res 1823 William 

Reichhold Henry, painter, res 1(54 B 

Reichling Albert H, capitalist, res 911 Linden 

Reichling F, assayer (S F), res 911 Linden 

REICHLING LOUIS F, manager Oakland Artificial Stone Co 
466 Ninth rea NW cor Eighth and Linden 



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Reichman Matthew, solicitor with W M Watson & Co, res 665 
Fourth 

Reid Chas W, farmer, res NE cor Maple and Temescal ave 

Reid John, ship carpenter C P R R Yard, res 1870 Atlantic 

Reid Levi, engineer, res 762 Third 

Reier Chas, capitalist, res 508 Eighth 

Reier Chas Jr, clerk with J H Von Der Horst, res 462 Fifth 

Reier Frank, clerk with W A Rouse & Co, res 508 Eighth 

Reier Geo, baker (S F), res 805 Jackson 

REILAY JOHN P (Reilay & Baldwin), res 1209 Clay 

REILAY & BALDW3N (John P Reilay and D M Baldwin), phy- 
sicians and surgeons, 1003i Broadway, room 4 

Reiley Jas, 'longshoreman, res 560 Franklin 

Reilly B M, res 1524 Eighth 

Reilly Ed, laborer, res 657 Linden 

Reilly Edward, res 928 Filbert 

Reilly E J Mrs, res 1559 Eighth 

Reilly Ellen, domestic, 1064 Fourteenth 

Reilly Eugene C, clerk with P J Reilly, res 718 Seventh 

Reilly Francis, Wells, Fargo & Co, res 1522 Fifth 

Reilly Maggie, domestic Occidental 

Reilly Mary A Miss, res 1357 Franklin 

Reilly Paul H, clerk with P J Reilly, res 718 Seventh 

Reilly Paul J, druggist, res 718 Seventh 

Reilly Regina Miss, assistant Tompkins Grammar School, res 718 
Seventh 

Reilly Thos J, yardman C P R R, res 1716 Eighth 

Reimers Adolph, watchmaker, res 828 Magnolia 

Reimers FPL, locksmith and bell hanger, 773 Seventh 

Reimmille H, boilermaker C P R R shops 

Reinertsen David M, awningmaker (S F), res 34 Hannah 

Reinhart J Mrs, res Lake Shore ave 

Reinhart J F, res Lake Shore ave 

Reinhart Oscar, res Lake Shore ave 

Reinhart Wm, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 
House, Emery Station 

Reinle G F, butcher, res 1058 West 

Reinle Lizette, res 1058 West 

Reinoehl Alfred, carpenter, res 758 Fifth 

Reinstaddler F, carpenter, res 963 Third ave 

Reis Francis S, associate editor Tribune Publishing Co, res 1355 
Madison 

Reitz C Mrs, rea 1703 Eighth 

Reml'row Elijah H. hack driver, res Newland House 

Rem fry Samuel H, barber with Ben F Edwards, res 1013 
Seventh 



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435 



Remillard Brick Co, P N Remillard pres, contractors and manu- 
facturers of brick, foot of Webster (and Pacific Street 
Wharf, S F) 

Remillard Edward, director Remillard Brick Co, res 961 Clay 

Remillard H Mrs, res 964 Jefferson . 

Remillard Hilaire, director Remillard Brick Co, res Adeline bet 
Forty-second and Forty-third 

Remillard Peter N, pres Remillard Brick Co, res 530 Tenth 

Remington A M Mrs, res 958 Grove 

Rempe John H, painter with J A Moore, res 955 Twenty 
fourth 

Renaud Eugene, engineer, res rear 956 Third 

Rendall S N Mrs, res 662 Sycamore 

Rendell Thos, carpenter, builder and contractor, res 825 Fif- 
teenth 

Rene G A Mrs, res 356 Tenth 

Renfro Elijah, driver with P Pumyea, res Newland House 

Reni Monak, moulder with Scoville & Co. res 219 Second 

Renken Henry, Baunscheidtist healing method, office 461 Ninth, 
res same 

Renney Win, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

RENTON COAL CO. T H Henderson agent, 413 Tenth 

Renton Eliza Mrs, res 513 Ninth 

RENTON HENRY T (Renton & Coleman), res 864 Nineteenth 

RENTON & COLEMAN (H T Renton and Hamilton Coleman), 
new and secondhand furniture, 479 and 481 Twelfth 

Rentz Annie Mrs, domestic, 1154 Alice 

Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 864 
Broadway 

Rerat Albert L, res cor Mariposa and Shattuck aves, Temescal 

Rerat L, domestic, 1713 Chase 

Rese Peter, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Rettig William, butcher with J May, 1477 Seventh, res same 

Rettig Wm, cabinetmaker with Christian Schreiber, res 2124 
Chestnut 

Reuter Chas (Reuter & Hanson), res 563 Sixth 

REUTER & HANSON (Chas Reuter and Chas Hanson), Phila- 
delphia Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Works, 833-837 Wash- 
ington 

Revalk John, jeweler, res 1114 Willow 

Revalk John F, commercial traveler, res 1114 Willow 

Rew F S, journalist Tribune, res 1355 Madison 

REYNDERS JOHN T. groceries and liquors, 1157 Seventh 

Reynolds Annie, domestic, 1557 Webster 

Reynolds Daniel, res 1522 Fifth 

Reynolds Frank, physician, res w s Maple bet Temescal and 
Birch 




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OAKLAND. 



Reynolds Frank A, clerk United States Railway Mail Service (S 
F), res 1465 Grove 

Reynolds Frank P, clerk, res 83"3 Madison 

Reynolds John H, furnaceman, res 720 Seventh 

Reynolds L D Mrs, res 812 Filbert 

Reynolds Louis D, farmer, res 812 Filbert 

Reynolds Richard, engineer C P R R, res 520 East Eleventh 

Reynolds Robt, furnaceman, res 720 Seventh 

Reynolds Robt T, res 409 Ninth 

Reynolds Samuel B, brakeinan C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 

Rhea Jennie, domestic Vernon Park 

Rhea Lewis, cook, res cor Forty-first and West, Temescal 

Rheinlander Gustave, clerk German Consolate (S F), res 1202 
Fourteenth 

Rhoades Lou A Miss, res 1267 Brush 

Rhoades Mary L Miss, res 1267 Brush 

Rhodehamel W H, real estate agent, res 466 East Seventeenth 

Rhodes Eber A, traveling salesman, res 683 Sycamore 

Rhodes Edward G, carpenter, res 1712 Pacific 

Rhodes Edward G Jr, telegraph messenger, res 1712 Pacific 

Rhodes Henry, expressman, res 1664 Chase 

Rhodes Wm C, foreman with Fred H Busby (S F), res 683 Syc- 
amore 

Ricardo Albert (Ricardo & Faschian), res 834 Webster 

Ricardo Frank J, laborer C P R R 

RICARDO & FASCHIAN (Albert Ricardo and Herman Faschian), 
Germania Hall Saloon, 836 Webster 

Rice Benj, carpenter S P R R, res 607 Third 

RICE C B» Novelty Job Office, gun and locksmithing, card and 
job printing, jeweling and engraving, glass and glazing, bell 
hanging and soldering, saw filing and setting, gold, silver 
and nickel plating, picture frames and cornices, stencil cut- 
ting, die-sinking and cuttleiy, 1073 Thirteenth ave, res 
same 

Rice Chas A, bookkeeper with Rice & White, res 1381 Webster 

Rice Chas H (Rice & White), res 1381 Webster 

Rice Edwin, wood and coal, 1214 Market, res 1162 Union 

Rice Elihu, sign painter, res 578 Thirty-fifth 

Rice Geo J, bookkeeper with W H Nolan, res 1381 Webster 

RICE JOHN, wood and cool, 1214 Market, res 1161 Market 

Rice Lenos, locksmith, 813 East Twelfth 

Rice Lulu Miss, res 578 Thirty-fifth 

Rice Matthew, employe C P R R, res 320 Fourth 

Rice Thos E, with John Rice, res 1162 Union 

RICE & WHITE (Chas H Rice and Jas J White), butchers' stalls, 
24 and 26 City Market, and agents Nevada and Utah beef 

Rich W K, employe Eagle Box Factory, res 973 Third 

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Richard John Monroe, brakeman CPRR, res Seventh Street 
House 

Richards Ac, clerk city assessor's office 

Richards Benj P, storekeeper Union Club (S F), res 512 Eighth 

Richards Clements, extraman Hose Co No 1 

Richards Harry, employe Pacific Nail Works, res 83? Myrtle 

Richards John M, brakeman CPRR, res-1804 Seventh 

Richards Seth (Richards & SnojsE, S FJ, res cor Webster and Or- 
chard 

Richardson A, car cleaner CPRR Yards, res 533 Laurel 

Richardson Aaron S, carpenter, res 313 Ninth 

Richardson Abbott, res 1605 Thirteenth ave 

Richardson Alice Miss, teacher, res 1812 Goss 

Richardson Chas, collector, res 1360 Sixteenth 

Richardson Chas, liquor dealer, res 1360 Sixteenth 

Richardson Chas H, seaman, res 865 Twentieth 

Richardson Chas L, barber with T C Cordan, res East Oakland 
Hotel 

Richard-on Daniel S, private secretary post-office (S F), res 1230 
Eighth ave 

Richardson Estelle, res 552 Sycamore 

Richardson Frank, res 1812 Goss 

Richardson Geo, clerk S P C R R, res 1012 Goss 

Richardson Geo, laborer, res 664 Fourth 

Richardson H N Mrs, res 1129 Myrtle 

Richardson John B (Nye & Richardson), res 1301 Clay 

Richardson John M, farmer, res 564 East Eleventh 

Richardson M E Mrs, supt Juvenile Work I O G T, res 1605 Thir- 
teenth ave 

Richardson M L Mrs, dress and cloakmaker, res 313 Ninth 

Richardson Nicholas, car repairer CPRR, res 233 Hollis 

Richardson Sarah G Mrs, res 1812 Goss 

Richardson S J Mrs, ladies' nurse, res 1310 Market 

Richardson Thos, manager Mendocino Lumber Co, Berkeley, res 
325 East Nineteenth 

Richardson Wm E, machine repairer, res cor Twenty-second and 
Fifth ave 

Richardson Wm H, employe CPRR, res 217 Helen 

Richard t Ferdinand, artist, res 837 Madison 

Richau Herman, tailor, res 1315 Eleventh 

Richest C, hostler with Samm & Co. res 626 Filbert 

Richest F, brakeman CPRR, res 1362 Eighth 

Richey Lillie Miss, folder Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 1067 
Castro 

Richmond Matthew, porter with Watson & Co, res 665 Fourth 

Richmond Willard P (Mis L G Richmond & Son), res 518 Wil- 
liams 



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OAKLAND. 



Richter Adolph, jeweler (S F), res 1327 Seventh ave 

Richter Hulda Mrs, res 1317 Jackson 

Rickard Jesse J, carpenter, res 489 Prospect 

Rickard Michael, mail carrier (S F), res 1724 Chase 

Rickard Norton J, painter, res 1724 Chase 

Rickey Daniel B, tinsmith with Dalziel & Moller, res 1363 
Brush 

Rider Alfred, capitalist, res 1263 Eleventh ave 

Ridley Geo, farmer, res 1067 Thirteenth ave 

Ries Samuel, crockerv and tinware, 873 Broadway, res 763 
Fifth 

Riggenberg R, brewer, 409 East Twelfth 

Rigney J, laborer C P R R 

Rigney Martin, driver, res 404 Fifth 

Rigney Michael, clerk Mendocino Lumber Yard, res 404 Fifth 

Rigney Mollie Miss, res 404 Fifth 

Rignev Thos S, blacksmith Judson Manufacturing Co, res 404 
Fifth 

Riker James D, painter, res 271 Sixth 

Riley Claude, clerk with W W Blow, res 920 Alice 

Riley Daniel, laborer, res 726 Chestnut 

Riley Ed, laborer, res 364 Third 

Riley Ella A Mrs, res 608 Seventeenth 

Riley Eugene C, clerk with Paul J Riley, res 718 Seventh 

Riley Frank, carpenter, res 517 Ninth 

Riley Geo F, carpenter, res 908 Center 

Riley Henry, fruit dealer, 806 Broadway, res 364 Third 

Riley Henry W, clerk, res 364 Third 

Riley Jas, gardener, res 410 Tenth 

Riley Jas, gardener with H D Bacon, res 960 Oak 

Riley J Claude, clerk with W W Blow, res 920 Alice 

Riley John J, foreman job department Tribune Publishing Co, 
res Alta House 

Riley Patrick, farmer, res Folger ave, Butchertown 

Riley Paul H, clerk with Paul J Riley, res 718 Seventh 

Riley Paul J, druggist, 847 Broadway, res 718 Seventh 

Riley Thos Mrs, res Forty-fourth bet Telegraph and Grove, Tem- 
escal 

Rilliet Constant F, clerk California Pottery Co, res 819 Wash- 
ington 

Rimassa H C, solicitor Parisian Dyeing Works, res San Fran- 
cisco 

Rinck Amelia Mrs, res 1)24 Twenty-fourth 

Rinck Frederick N M, res 924 Twenty-fourth 

Rinck John, storekeeper United States Internal Revenue (S F), 
res 924 Twenty-fourth 

Rin«j Daniel, laborer, res 369 Third 



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Ringgenberg R, proprietor East Oakland Brewery, res cor Eighth 

ave and East Twelfth 
Ringgold David, teamster Renton Coal Co, res 411 Tenth 
Ringolsky Samson, clothier, 715 and 717 Broadway, res same 
Riordan Daniel, laborer, res 307 Second 
Riordan J, laborer C P R R « 

Riordan Thomas, laborer, res 1812 Seventh 
Rioton Thomas H, bookkeeper, res 991 Pine 
Risdon Robert N, salesman with Wheaton & Luhrs (S F), res 

958 Eighth 
Risedorph Charles H, painter, res 1711 Linden 
Rison W R, car repairer C P R R Yards, res 466 Seventeenth 
Rison W R, merchant (S F), res 1367 Tenth ave 
Rishmuller Richard, carpenter, res 722 Castro 
Ritchey James B, clerk with G A J Davis, res 618 Eighth 
Rivard Richard, teamster Samm's Flouring Mills, res 721 Third 
Rix E A, res 875 Filbert 
Roach Bridget, domestic, res 416 Seventh 
Roach Bridget Mrs, res 414 Seventh 
Roach Charles, painter, res cor Fifth and Broadway 
Roach David \V, laborer, res 1922 San Pablo ave 
Roach Hannah, res 611 Adeline 

Roach Jas V, manager Renton Coal Co, res 1305 Broadway 
Roach Julia Mrs, groceries and provisions, cor TVentj^-seventh 

and West, res 710 Twenty-seventh 
Roach Mary Mrs, cook New York Hotel 
Roach Michael, laborer, res 669 East Twelfth 
Roac i Peter, employe C P R R, res 1815 Seventh 
Roach Peter, oiler C P R R Yards, res 1864 William 
Roathe George, cashier J Lusk Canning Co, res s s Birch bet 

Maple and Telegraph ave 
Robart John, carpenter, res 818 Chester 
Robart Theodoi'e, carpenter, res 818 Chester 
Robb C W, machinehand Pacific Nail Works, res 636 Filbert 
Roberge John H, house and sign painting, res SE cor Myrtle and 

Fifth 
Roberson J S, with Wells, Fargo & Co (S F), res cor Madison and 

Ninth 
Robert Anastasia, res 1579 Broadway 
Roberts Amos, farmer, res 728 Twelfth 
Roberts Charles, res Sunnyside House 
Roberts Charles, mining agent, res 1985 Webster 
Roberts Edward, laborer, res 808 Cedar 
Roberts Edward Jr, laborer, res 808 Cedar 
Roberts Edward, mining engineer, res 766 Seventeenth 
Roberts Edward W Jr, bookkeeper with Miller & 'Winsor, res 

760 Seventeenth 



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OAKLAND. 



Roberts Geo H, electrotyper Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 759 

Jefferson 
Roberts Griffith M, night foreman C P R R, res 1065 Twelfth 

ave 
Roberts Henry, butcher, 466 Eleventh, res 1461 Broadway 
Roberts John, carpenter, res 1728 Seward 
Roberts John, caulker C P R R Ship Yard 
Robert Joseph, res 967 Alice 
Roberts Joseph, miner, res 1771 Lincoln 
Roberts Kitty S Mrs, saleslady with Elijah Higham, res 469 

Twenty-sixth 
Roberts Thomas, fireman C P R R 
Roberts Thomas, laborer, res 808 Cedar 
Roberts T J, wiper C P R R shops 
Roberts William, clothing cutter, res 469 Twenty-sixth 
Roberts William, laborer Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House 
Roberts Wm, roller Judson Manufacturing Co, res Good Cheer 

House, Emery Station 
Roberts Wm E, carriage painter, res 469 Twenty-sixth 
Roberts William H, cigar stand, 828 Broadway 
Roberts W Scott, helper C P R R Yards, res 919 Jefferson 
Robertson Alex, clerk with J B Haggin (S F), res 755 Brush 
Robertson Alexander, shipcavpenter, res 1816 Atlantic 
Robertson Daniel, construction foreman C P R R, res 1814 

Atlantic 
Robertson Edwin, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Robertson George, clerk with Payot, Upham & Co (S F), res 1 464 

Castro 
Robertson George M, carpenter B and B department C P R R 

Yards, res 1816 Atlantic 
Robertson James, machinist, res 1028 Second ave 
Robertson John, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Robertson John, superintendent California Jute Mill, res 1028 

Second ave 
Robertson Marshall, hostler, res 962 Kirkham 
Robertson Mamie Miss, teacher music, res 755 Brush 
Robertson Sarah A Mrs, res 1464 Castro 
Ro I tetter Antone, laborer, res nr Stock Yards 
Robins Frederick T, cashier Imperial, London, Northern and 

Queen Insurance Cos (S F), res 717 Sixteenth 
Robins George, capitalist, res cor Moss and Telegraph ave 
Robins Helen A Miss, assistant Harrison Street School, res 717 

Sixteenth 
Robins Samuel, solecutter with E Bernheim & Co, res 213 Eighth 
Robinson Aaron, steam carpet-beating establishment, 519 Second, 
res 523 Second 



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Robinson Bessie W, res 770 Sixth 

Robinson Charles F, hostler with A H Hecox, res Winter's Hotel 

Robinson Charles K (Robinson & Brown), res 1706 Seward 

Robinson Charles L, res 524 Sixteenth 

Robinson Chester L, carpet salesman, res 751 Grove 

Robinson C L (C L Robinson & Co), res Sixteenth bet San Pablo 
ave and Broadway 

Robinson C L & Co (C L Robinson and Frank N Nicolaysen), 
manufacturers "King of Ague," 1157 Center 

Robinson Daniel T, mining, res 1011 Twenty-sixth 

Robinson E Mrs, proprietress Orr House, 508}- Fifteenth 

ROBINSON EDWARD C (Robinson & De Golia) notary public, 
1003} Broadway, res 911 Grove 

Robinson Edward N, mining, res 1368 Webster 

Robinson Edwin S, res 709 East Twelfth 

Robinson Emma H Miss, seamstress, res 562 Fifteenth 

Robinson F, with A Robinson, res 523 Second 

Robinson Henry, plasterer, res 1802 Myrtle 

Robinson Howard W, clerk (S F), res 1722 Eighth 

Robinson J, fireman CPRR, res 1804 William 

Robinson J B, conductor CPRR, res Vallejo 

Robinson Jesse, assessor Oakland township, office Court House, 
res 911 Grove 

Robinson L Miss, res 951 Grove 

Robinson Lucy, res 224 Second 

Robinson Maury, clerk assessor's office, res 911 Grove 

Robinson Nathan, res 718 Filbert 

Robinson Peter, ship ballaster (S F), res 917 Peralta 

Robinson Reuel, lumber dealer, res 564 East Fifteenth 

Robinson Sandford, res Winsor House 

Robinson Thos M, stenographer, res 911 Grove 

Robinson T P, ballast contractor, res 1460 Ninth 

Robinson Wm J, porter with T J Golden, res cor Seventh and 
Pine 

Robinson & Brown (Charles K Robinson and Ralph Brown), pro- 
prietors Dexter Stables, NE cor Webster and Twelfth 

ROBINSON & DE GOLIA (Edward C Robinson and Geo E De 
Golia), attorneys-at law, 1003} Broadway, rooms 15 and 16 

Robinson & Russ (Charles K Robinson and John Russ), agents 
Phoenix Insurance Co of Brooklyn, 464 Tenth 

Rocca Gianni, saloon, e s Telegraph ave bet Birch and Vernon 

Roche Francis E, physician and surgeon, office Post-office Build- 
ing, 1207 Broadway, i*es same 

Roche John J, attorney- at-law (S F), res 813 Jackson 

Rochester Edmund F, corresponding clerk with Pope & Talbot, 
res 1368 Ninth ave 

Rockford'J C, fireman CPRR, res cor Willow and Eighth 



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OAKLAND. 



Rockwell W W, collector CPRR 

Rocovich Lucca, candy and fruit, 1757 Seventh 

Rocovich Martin (Rocovich & Ghirardelli), res 835| Market 

Rocovich Stella Mrs, res 835 h Market 

ROCOVICH & GMRARDELLl (M Rocovich and M Ghirardelli), 

Martin's Restaurant and Coffee Saloon, Market Street Station, 

cor Market and Seventh 
Roddin George, blacksmith, res 1158 Union 
Roddin James, res 1158 Union 
Roddin John, laborer, res 1158 Union 
Roddin Joshua, blacksmith, res 1158 Union 
Rode C G Mrs, stamping, res 869 Center 
Rode Christian G, machinist, res 869 Center 
Roder J C, laborer CPRR 

Roderick John, deckhand steamer Transit, res 1378 Seventeenth 
Roderick John F, laborer, res 705 Campbell 
Roderick Joseph, laborer CPRR 
Roderick Manuel, laborer CPRR 

Roderick Nellie Mrs, employe jute mill, res 600 East Twelfth 
Roderiques Enos A, teamster, res 923 East Fourteenth 
Rodger Frank, laborer CPRR Yards, res 714 Peralta 
Rodgers Ada B Miss, school teacher, res 1724 Seward 
Rodgers George, laborer, res 219 Louisa 
Rodgers James, sewer and brick contractor, res cor Twentieth and 

Curtis 
Rodgers Joseph, laborer CPRR 
Rodgers Louisa Mrs, dressmaker, res 517 Fourth 
Rodgers W H, butcher with Owen Lafferty, res Overland House 
Rodolph F B (Rodolph & Co), res 966 Clay 
Rodolph S F (Rodolph & Co), res 966 Clay 
Rodolph & Co (F B and S F Rodolph), stationery, sheet music, 

etc, 969 Washington 
Rodriguez Antone, laborer res Dalton ave nr Bay, Butchertown 
Rodriguez Amelia C Miss, res 1375 Madison 
Rodrigues Joseph C, restaurant, 677 East Twelfth 
Rodriques Emanuel, laborer CPRR, res 1465 Thirteenth 
Rodriquez Manuel, laborer, res Folder ave nr Bay, Butchertown 
Roe John, saloon, NW cor Seventh and Webster, res 839 Clay 
Roedder Louis, blacksmith with Galvin & Lebrecht, res 1013 

Franklin 
Roeder Chas, brakeman CPRR, res 817 Peralta 
Roeder Chris, brakeman CPRR, res 1806 Seventh 
Roediger Frank A, candy, 1724 Taylor, res same 
Roediger Frank W, candy maker with F A Roediger, res 1724 

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Roediger Herman, candymaker with F A Roediger, res ,1724 Tay- 
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j Roehnert Frederick, upholsterer, res 1522 Third 

j Roemer Gus A (Roemer & Knierim), res 1467 Seventh 

l Roemer & Knierim (Gus A Roemer and John Knierim), butchers, 

1467 Seventh 
Roes Charles, laborer, res 810 Lewis 
Roes Thomas, laborer, res 1716 Pacific 
Roeth George, cashier J Lusk Canning Co, res Birch bet Tele 

graph ave and Maple 
Roff Harry L, agent Phoenix of Hartford, Home of New York, 

Imperial, Northern and Queen Insurance Cos, 1004 Broad 

way, res 509 Twenty-fourth 
Roff John C, sawyer East Oakland Planing Mill, res 1069 Four- 
teenth ave 
Rogel Frank, jeweler, res 365 Fourth 
Rogers C A, plasterer, res East Nineteenth 
Rogers Cecil D, printer Oakland Times, res 1843 Myrtle 
Rogers Edward A, clerk C P R R, res 1508 Ninth 
Rogers Elizabeth Mrs, nurse, res 762 Alice 
Rogers E P, engineer, res 1034 Chestnut 
Rogers Frank, watchman C P R R, res 1424 Thirteenth ave 
Rogers Henry (Bowen & Co), and agent with Samuel Merritt, res 

1209 Jackson 
Rogers James, bookkeeper, res 1016 Jefferson 
Rogers James, sewerman with Bonham Bros, res N\V cor Frank 

lin and Thirteenth 
Rogers James H, pilot (S F), res 1724 Seward 
Rogers James W, salesman with W A Rouse & Co, res 1016 Jef 

ferson 
Rogers John, gardener, res 756 Seventh 
Rogers John, well-borer, res Lusk bet Fortieth and Forty-first, 

Temescal 
Rogers John H, employe C P R R, res 1803 Seventh 
Rogers Phillip,, well-borer, res Lusk bet Fortieth and Forty-first, 

Temescal 
Rogers R Mrs, res 759 Campbell 
Rogers R A, p asterer, res East Nineteenth- 
Rogers Saul, manager with Wagner & Co (S F), res 1012 Clay 
Rogers Win, laborer, res 807 Jefferson 
Rogers William H, butcher with Owen Lafferty, res 363 First 

rscn Annie, domestic, 1203 Castro 
ROHAN" M E MRS- employment office, 525 Eighth 
Rohan John, clerk, res 557 Eighth 

Rohdin William, with Geo C Shreve & Co (S F), res 224 Ettie 
Rohrbacker Martin, carpet! ay er with Christian Schreiber, res 

916 East Fourteenth 
Roland Edward, painter, res 1803 Seventh 
Roland George L, engineer C P R R, res 979 Center 



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Rolfe Thomas, conductor C P R R, res 1011 Wood 

Rolin Henr}^ steward Oakland Hospital, res 2253 Adeline 

Rolland Julien, cabinetmaker, res 716 Fourth 

Rollins Albert J, carpenter, res 1708 Seward 

Rollins Clarence, blacksmith, 1362 San Pablo ave, res 772 
Eighteenth 

Rollins Frank R, caulker C P R R Ship Yards, res 1754 Seward 

Rollins Hiram S, caulker C P R R Ship Yard, res 806 Wood 

Rollins Holman C, carpenter C P R R, res 1766 Goss 

Rollins J S, cattle dealer, res cor Eighteenth and San Pablo ave 

Rollins Warren E, artist, res 1708 Seward 

Romani Jerry, marble rubber with Win Collins, terminus Web- 
ster ave 

Rommeck Julius, carpenter, 421 Tenth, res 1620 Myrtle 

Romo Comualdo Jr, salesman with Salinger Bros, res 1912 San 
Pablo ave 

Rooney Owen, bartender with J J Hanifin, res cor Ninth and 
Webster 

Rooney Patrick, laborer, res 725 Myrtle 

Root A W, farmer, res 1215 Oak 

Root Carrie M Miss, res Arcade House 

Root Charles R, clerk (S F), res Arcade House 

Root Maria S Mrs, proprietress Arcade House, 1207 Broadway, 
and 1208 San Pablo ave 

Roppen S L Mrs, res 1914 San Pablo ave 

Rork T O, upholsterer, res Ross House 

Rosborough A J, law student, res 1769 Nineteenth ave 

ROSBOROUGH ALEXANDER M, attorney-at-law, 921 Broad, 
way, rooms 7 and 8, res 1769 Nineteenth ave 

Rose Albert H, capitalist, res 934 Myrtle 

Rose James W, driver with Porter Bros & Co, res 817 Twenty- 
eighth 

Rose James W Jr, salesman with Porter Bros &; Co, res 817 
Twenty-eighth 

Rose J M, barber shop, 867 Broadway, res 470 Eighth 

Rose John M, mechanic, res 1674 Twelfth 

Rose John H, sheep butcher, res Union 

Rose Joseph, laborer C P R R 

Rose J S, laundryman Contra Costa L mndry 

Roseberry James, res 973 Campbell 

Rosenberg Charles, bookkeepei", res 226 Twelfth 

Rosenberg H L, printer, res 1113 Jefferson 

Rosenberg J M, groceries, 232 Twelfth, res same 

Rosenberg Joseph, harnessmaker with A W Palmer, res 1113 
Jefferson 

Rosenberg Lascry, cigars and tobacco, 909 Broadway, res 226 
Twelfth 



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ROSENBERG MEYER, proprietor New Fulton Market, 1274 

Market, res 754 Sixteenth 
Rosenberg Michael, glazier, res 259 Eighth 
Rosenberg Morris, merchant, res 226 Twelfth 
Rosenberg Nathan, cigars and tobacco, 959 Broadway, res 1113 

Jefferson 
Rosenbero- Rachel Miss, dressmaker, res 259 Eighth 
Rosenberg Rebecca Miss, tailoress, res 259 Eighth 
Rosenberg Theresa Miss, saleslady with D Hauser, res 226 

Twelfth 
Rosenk Gustave, physician, 410 Seventh 

Rosenstock Frederick, gardener, res Weston ave bet New Broad- 
way and Telegraph ave 
Rosenthal Augusta Mrs, gents' furnishing goods, 813 Broadway, 

res 736 Myrtle 
Rosenthal Charles, assistant city engineer, res 859 Washington 
Rosenthal Joseph, salesman with Mrs Augusta Rosenthal, res 

736 Myrtle 
Rosenthal Joseph, clothing and fancy goods, 803 Broadway, res 

Fifth nr Clay 
Rosenzweig Christiana Mrs, res 865 Twenty-second 
Ross A J, night watchman, res 268 Fifth 
Ross Alex, proprietor Ross House, 469^ Ninth 
Ross Charles, laborer C P R R Yards, res 810 Lewis 
Ross Charlie H, compositor, res Alta House 
Ross Colin, teller San Francisco Savings Union, res 1326 

Chestnut 
Ross Fred A, jockey Oakland Race Track 
Ross F Yv x , stock-raiser, res Centennial House 
Ross George C, attorney-at-law, 921 Broadway, res 2203 West 
Ross Guadalupe Mrs, res 800 Franklin 
Ross Harvey L, res 457 Twenty-sixth 
Ross House, Alex Ross proprietor, 469| Ninth 
Ross Jenny Mrs, res 611 Nineteenth 
Ross Mary Mrs, nurse Ladies' Relief Society of Oakland, Linden 

Lane, Temescal 
Ross P. tii W, brakeman C P R R, res Central Hotel 
Ross W B Miss, res 164 Lake 

ROSS WILLIAM T. teacher elocution, NW cor Eddy and 

Powell (S F), res 660 Ninth 

r John R, patternmaker Judson Manufacturing Co, res 958 

Campbell 
Rossini Charles, foreman C P R R, res Central Hotel 

ROSSINI CHARLES J. proprietor Central Hotel, West Oakland, 

17^3-1727 Seventh 
Rossini John E, teamster, res Central Hotel 



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ROSSO FRANK, proprietor " Rosso's Cottage," Central ave opp 

Lake Merritt nr cor Oak 
BOSSO S COTTAGE. Frank Rosso proprietor, Central ave opp 

Lake Merritt nr cor Oak 
Rostron George H, plumber with Dalziel & Moller, res 586 

Twenty-fifth 
Rotchford John, fireman C P R R, res 872 Henry 
Rotermundt Hugo, paper-ruler (S F), res 1261 Campbell 
Rotherman John (Rotherman & Stolte, S F), res 1420 Ninth 
Rothermel Philip, shoemaker, res Winter's Hotel 
Rothschild M B, bookkeeper, S F), res 770 Ninth 
Roulstone Andrew J, mining expert, res 560 Sycamore 
Roundey H Mrs, 503 East Fourteenth 
Roundey John L, night inspector Custom House (S F), res 503 

East Fourteenth 
Rounds A A Mrs, res 477 Prospect 
Rourke Terrence, cattle dealer, res 862 Campbell 
ROUSE W A & CO (Warren A and William H Rouse), commis- 
sion merchants, 476 Eleventh 
ROUSE WARREN A (W A Rouse & Co), res 488 Twenty-fifth 
ROUSE WILLIAM H (W A Rouse & Co), res Oakland Heights 
Rousseau Nancy Mrs, clothing, 461 Fourth, res same 
Roussel Paul, hunter, res 310 Fourth 
Rousset Joseph, waiter, res 109 Hannah 
Roussey Emile, res 1826 Goss 
Roussey Frank, res 1826 Goss 
Routh Oscar A, student, res 226 Eleventh 
Rowan Thomas, blacksmith, res Forty-third bet Telegraph ave 

and Grove, Temescal 
Rowe Albert, miller Samm's Flouring Mill, res 719 Clay 
Rowe David H, laborer, res 722 Henry 
Rowe Henry, carpenter, res 625 Chestnut 
ROWE JOHN, agent S P C R R, cor Seventh and Webster, res 

SW cor Seventh and Clay 
Rowe John Mrs, res 1871 William 

Rowe Orena Mrs, res cor Thirty-sixth and Telegraph ave 
Rowe Rebecca Miss, res cor Telegraph ave and Thirty-sixth 
Rowe Richard D, foreman Samm's Flouring Mills, res 529 

Second 
Rowe Vina Miss, res cor Telegraph ave and Thirty-sixth 
Rowell Joseph C, librarian State University, res n s Forty-sixth 

bet Shattuck ave and Grove, Temescal 
Rowell Wm K, notary public and commissioner of deeds, 458 

Ninth, res 410 Thirteenth 
Rowen John, hostler Oakland Trotting Park 
Rowland John R, fireman C P R R, res 1431 Third 
Rowland Wm, bricklayer, res 1424 Chestnut 



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Rowlands William T, carpenter CPRR, res 1431 Third 

Rowley Eugene, plumber with Bonham Bros, res 623 Eighteenth 

Rowley S Mrs, dressmaker, res 423 Eighteenth 

Rowse Samuel, carpenter, res 310 B 

Royce Frank L, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res 1013 

Thirtieth 
Royce Lorenzo D, foreman Mowing Machine Shops Judson 

Works, res 257 Watts 
Roza Frank, laborer, res 714 Peralta 
Rozi Joseph, laborer, res 889 Bay 
Rubens Frederick, waiter, res 859 Clay 
Ruber t D H, res 1937 Filbert 
Rubert D H Mrs, res 1937 Filbert 
Rubert Frank D, driver with McCleverty & Noblett, res 1937 

Filbert 
Rubiolo Alfred, waiter Barnum Restaurant, res 646 Broadway 
Ruch Andrew S, carpenter, res cor Telegraph ave and Forty-fourth, 

Temescal 
Ruddell Budd, salesman, res Bushell House. 
Ruddell James M, salesman with Salinger Bros, res Bushell 

House 

Ruddick Wm S, bootmaker, 1174 Broadway, res 862 Nineteenth 
Rudolph August C, sailmaker, res 1471 Fifth 
Rudolph Gustav R, restaurant Emery Station, res same 
Rudolph William F, salesman Hall's Safe and Lock Co (S F), res 

1418 West 
Rue Chas W, brakeman C P R R, res 1727 Goss 
Rued James C (Crist & Co), res 1160 Eighth 
Ruedy Henry (Ruedy Bros), res Capitol Hotel 
Ruedy John (Ruedy Bros), res Capitol Hotel 
Ruedy Bros (Henry and John Ruedy), proprietors Capitol Hotel, 

SW cor Franklin and Eleventh 
Ruet Clarissa Mrs, res 620 Fifth 
Ruggles Sarah Miss, bookkeeper with Geo A J Davis, res 1457 

Broadway 
Ruggles Wm A, clerk with Geo W Manuel, res 1457 Broadway 
Rugh Abra M Miss, saleslady with L H Briggs, res 560 Syca- 
more 
Rule Katie Mrs, dressmaker, res 1118 Washington 
Rungay Andrew, gardener, res cor Twentieth and Sixth ave 
Rundond Hugo, butcher with L Egert, res 966 Broadway 
Rundell O Frank, carpenter, res 1727 Filbert 
Runyon Frederick M, clerk C P R R, res 934 Peralta 
Ruprich G A, saloon, 382 East Twelfth 
Rury C H, res854i Broadway 
Rush Chas, carpentei - , res 823 Filbert 
Rushmore Wm, lumberman, res 170 Sixth 

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Russ John (Robinson & Russ), res 566 East Fourteenth 

Russau James H, mailing clerk post-office, res 562 Twenty-second 

Russau John M, res 562 Twenty-second 

Russau John J, butcher with Fred Becker, res 562 Twenty- 
second 

Russau J J, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 625 Third 

Russell Charles, clerk with N E Craft, res 1059 Ninth ave 

Russell Edward K, painter, 1016 Broadway, res 616 Fifteenth 

Russell Fred, actor, res Eureka Hotel 

Russell Geo, porter with Kieso & Atherton, res 1669 Eighth 

Russell Geo A, clerk with N E Craft, res 1059 Ninth ave 

Russell Geo L, barber, res 1619 Eighth 

Russell James, tailor, 374-|- Twelfth 

Russell James F, painter, res 1721 Goss 

Russell James M, res 1680 Webster 

Russell Joel, farmer and attorney-at-law, res cor Fifth ave and 
East Eleventh 

Russell Katie Miss, res 726 Chester 

Russell Maggie, domestic, 217 Tenth 

Russell Mary, res 672 East Twenty-fourth 

Rutherford Ada Miss, res 826 Fourteenth 

RUTHERFORD CHAS B. paints, oil and glass, 1014 Broadway, 
res 27^ Eleventh 

Rutherford Chas F, bookkeeper with Chas B Rutherford, res 272 
Eleventh 

Rutherford James, res 1110 Myrtle 

Rutherford John, house mover, res Vernon Heights 

Rutherford Lucy A, res 826 Fourteenth 

Rutherford William, res 1110 Myrtle 

Rutherford Win, farmer, res 826 Fourteenth 

Ryall Joseph E, iron moulder (S F), res 347 B 

Ryan Annie Miss, music teacher, res 504 Fifteenth 

Ryan Catherine, res 1119 Third 

RYAM DANIEL> druggist and apothecary, 1170 Broadway, res 
1254 Franklin 

Ryan Ellen, domestic, 758 Sixteenth 

Ryan Fannie, domestic, 1034 Adeline 

Ryan Geo, res 864 Clay 

Ryan James, horse farrier and clipper, res cor Twenty-fourth and 
Union 

Ryan John, res 504 Fifteenth 

Ryan John, gasfitter with James Wilson & Co, res 1455 Ade- 
line 

Ryan Loyal F, brakeman C P R R, res Central Hotel 

Ryan Margaret, domestic, 804 Tenth 

Ryan Mark, gardener, res 1455 Adeline 

Ryan Martin, horseshoer, 867 Clay, res 555 Eighth 



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Ryan Mary, domestic, SW cor Oak and Fifth 

Ryan Mary Mrs, boarding, 1815 Seventh 

Ryan Michael, packer, res 209 Third 

Ryan Michael J, groceries, 520 Sixth 

Ryan Minnie Miss, dressmaker, res 1119 Third 

Ryan Patrick, carpenter, res 1419 Fifteenth 

Ryan Patrick, laborer C P R R, res 1765 Seventh 

Ryan Peter F (Ryan & Me! lor), res SW cor Clay and Twelfth 

Ryan Thomas, plumber with James Wilson & Co, res 1455 Ade- 
line 

Ryan W J, fireman C P R R 

Ryan fc Mellor (Peter F Ryan and Jas F Mellor), furniture dealers, 
1158 Broadway 

Rvdberg Sophie, domestic, 1933 Filbert' 

RYDER ANDREW, conductor C P R R, res 1015 Peralta 

Rynders Jas P, capitalist, res Clarendon House 

Ryttenberg Isaac D (Leon Hershberg & Co), res 1055 Grove 



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Saake Charles, cigar packer (S F), res 1465 Twelfth ave 

Saal L. candy manufacturer, res 315 Tenth 

Saar Louis, upholsterer with Schlueter & Volberg (S F), res First 

ave nr Avon, Temescal 
Sabin John M (J T Hale & Co), res 1451 San Pablo ave 
Sabin M L Mrs, res Kelsey House 
Sack John, laborer, res 228 Second 
Sack Louisa Mrs, embroidery, 530 Fourteenth 
Sack Wm M (Sack & Co), 530 Fourteenth 
Sackett D P, principal Sackett School, res 529 Twenty-first 
Sackett John E, bookkeeper with Littlefield, Allison & Co (S F) 

res 1206 Seventh J ' 

Sackett Sc iool, D P Sackett principal, 529 Twenty-first 
Sackleton Wm T, iron moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res 

cor Twenty-third and Harrison 
Sackrider Atwood (Sackrider & Chisholm), res 562 Eighth 
SACKRIDER & CHISHOLM (A Sackrider and R B Chisholm), 

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Sacred Heart Church, Rev Lawrence Serda pastor, Fortieth, 

Temescal 
Sacred Heart Convent, bet Webster and Lake Merritt 
Saddlemire Dennison C, nurseryman, res w s Maple bet Temescal 

and Birch 
Sadler Caleb, res 1505 Tenth ave 
Sadler Michael P, gardener, res 864 Nineteenth 
Safford Hiram S, bookkeeper, res 517 Thirty-sixth 
Sage Adelaide, res 504 Fifteenth 
Sage F Mrs, medical student, res Medical College 
Sagehorn Wilhelm T, dealer in flour, hay and grain, 471 Sixth, 

res SW cor Sixth and Jefferson 
Sagnaro Nicola, scavenger, res 616 Filbert 
Saier Mammart, watchmaker with W Wilson, res 363 Fourth 
Salder Joseph Jr, dairy produce, res 1412 East Nineteenth 
Sales Joseph, ex tram an Brooklyn Engine Co No 4, res 619 

East Fourteenth 
Sales Joseph, gardener, res 266 East Twelfth 
SALINGER ALBERT M (Salinger Bros), res 920 O'Farrell (S F) 
SALINGER BROS (Albert M and Morris Salinger), dry and 

fancy goods, boots and shoes, etc, 1063 and 1065 Broadway, 

and 463 Twelfth 
SALINGER MORRIS (Salinger Bros), res 1254 San Pablo ave 
Salisbury Belle Miss, dressmaker, res 418 Twelfth 
Salkeld Win I, contractor and engineer, res 810 Thirteenth 
Sailing Amelia Miss, governess, res 1305 Alice 
Salter N A Mrs, res 118 Eleventh 

Salvio August, cook Market Street Restaurant, res same 
Salzer Henrietta, res 840 Seventeenth 

Salzer Louis, clerk with Taft & Pennoyer, res 840 Seventeenth 
Salzer Rosa Miss, cashier with Taft & Pennoyer, res 840 Seven- 
teenth 
Sami Wm, res 150 Louisa 
Samm Harry, bookkeeper Samm's Flouring Mills, res 1454 

Eighth 
Samm Jacob (Samm & Co), res 1454 Eighth 
SAMM'S FLOURING MILLS. Samm & Westphal proprietors, cor 

First and Clay 
SAMM & CO (Jacob Samm and John C Westphal), proprietors 

Samm's Flouring Mills, cor First and Clay 
Samouiliet Andrew, silk weaver (S F), res s s Chase bet Pine and 

Wood 
Sample Jas T, piano mover with Adolph Bruenn, res 1478 Thir- 
teen tli ave 
Samps- on Benj, foreman Union Box Factory (S F), res 1007 

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Sampson Chas S, engineer, res 1406 Eleventh 



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Samson Edward E, cook with Nick Williams, res 858 Castro 

Samson Leon Mrs, res 858 Castro 

Samson Martin M, cattle dealer, res 1462 Thirteenth 

Samuels Barnett, geueral merchandise, 821 Broadway, res same 

Samuels Ernest R, salesman with Gustave Abrahamson, res 917 
Alice 

Samuels Geo, boots and shoes, 907 Washington, res 617 Seven- 
teenth 

Samuels Jacob, painter, res 1056 East Twenty-fourth 

Samuels Julius, merchant tailor, 455 Ninth, res 917 Alice 

Samuels L, res 617 Seventeenth 

SAMUELS MICHAEL A, photographer, cor Tenth and Clay, res 
567 Fifth 

Samuels Samuel, watches and jewelry, 1011 Broadway, res 862 
Alice 

Sanborn A J, merchant (S F), res 1050 Peralta 

Sanborn B T, dentist, res 661 Twenty-fourth 

Sanborn Henry At, bookkeeper with Jas Hutchison, res 475 
Twenty-sixth 

Sanborn Robt, res 1050 Peralta 

Sand Andrew A, carpenter with J S White, res 1359 Peralta 

Sand Anton At, teamster with Fox & Price, res 256 B 

SANDELM FRED, chemist and druggist, NW cor Seventh and 
Willow, res same 

Sander M S, canvasser, res 1756 Seventh 

Sanders Chas, stripper Judson Manufacturing Co, res cor Seventh 
and Bristol 

Sanders Jas H, salesman with E Hook, res 1367 Alarket 

Sanders John J, painter, res Forty-third nr Telegraph ave, Tem- 
escal 

Sanderson Abraham L, driver with P Pumyea, res 269 Fifth 

Sanderson Ann, res 661 Sycamore 

Sanderson Arthur A (Campbell & Sanderson), res San Fran- 
cisco 

Sanderson John A, bartender, res 814 Alice 

Sanderson Wm N, barber, res 269 Fifth 

Sandford Arthur C, clerk, res 806 Grove 

Sandford Frank S, employe Pioneer Planing Mill, res 806 Grove 

Sandford Margaret E Mrs, res 806 Grove 

Sandford Wm S, carpenter, res 820 Isabella 

Sandison John, wines and liquors, Oakland Theater Building, res 
814 Alice 

Sandkuhle Dietrich, dairyman, res 1750 Webster 

Sandow Frank, tinner with Jas Wilson & Co, res San Fran- 
cisco 

Sands Andrew, carpenter, res 1359 Peralta 

Sanford Deborah Mrs, res 764 Lydia 



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Sanford E P Mrs, res 624 Twelfth 

Sanford G S, expressman, stand cor Eleventh and Broadway, res 

Hannah nr B 
Sanford O M, foreman with J Dalziel, res 764 Lydia 
Sanford Wm, carpenter, res 490 Twenty-fifth 
SAN FRANCISCO DAILY REPORT,' Geo D McLothlin agent, 

466 Ninth 
San Francisco Laundrv, John Gilbertson agent, 862 Broadway 

SAN FRANCISCO SEWER PIPE ASSOCIATION, Oakland 

Branch, Serril Winsor manager, 1172 Broadway 
Sangster Henry, bookkeeper Rolling Mills, res 858 West 
Saniels W H, collector SPCRR 
San Pablo Avenue Railroad Stables, Park ave below San Pablo 

ave 
Sante C H s barber, res 668 Harrison 
Sante Henry J, barber with R Briones, res 668 Harrison 
Sante John H, barber, res 668 Harrison 
Santibaneo Julia, domestic, 618 Eighteenth 

Santine John, brakeman C P R R, res cor Railroad ave and Walnut 
Santos Gregoire, laborer, res Shattuck ave bet Forty-seventh and 

Fortv-eighth, Temescal 
Santos John, barber with Henry Menges, res 707 Campbell 
Santos Jose, laborer, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave 
Santos M E Mrs, res 456 Twelfth 
Sargent Harry H, engineer with Geo Knowlton & Co, res 515 

Fourth 
Sargent Morrell J, clerk with Edwards & Co, res 1368 Brush 
Sarp Joseph, harnessmaker with Adolph Bondreau, res 839 

Franklin 
Sarpa Antone, barber, 1466 Seventh, res 1412 Eleventh 
Sarraille Josephine, laundress, res 1916 San Pablo 
SATHER P, banker (S F), res 664 Twelfth 
Saul Jas A, plumber with C Kirk, res 668 East Eighteenth 
Saul Peter Jr, clerk with Steere & Colby, res East Eighteenth nr 

Fourteenth ave 
Saulpaugh Ed R, fireman C P R R, res 1815 Seward 
Saulpaugh Jas E, engineer C P R R, res 1815 Seward 
Saunders Jas, carpetlayer with Elijah Hook, res 1367 Market 
Sauner Richard (Kohler & Sauner), res Washington bet Seventh 

and Eighth 
Sauvain R Mrs, res 921 Kirkham 
Savage Geo N, auctioneer, res 1166 Adeline 
Savage G N Mrs, res 1166 Seventh 
Savage Lizzie Mrs, corsetmaker, res 74 Valley 
Savage W C, salesman (S F), res 626 Ninth 
Savage Wm R (Logan & Savage), res Arlington House 
Savoy Anna Mrs, res 571 Thirty-sixth 

ftflil ,„ a I 33 Geary St., San Francisco. 
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Association. Plana turnished ana houses built for CASH Or Oil INSTALLMENTS 



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Sawyer Byron P, laborer CPKR, res 1267 Thirteenth ave 

Sawyer Frank E, carpenter CPRR Yards, res 985 Campbell 

Sawyer Mary Mrs, matron Pacific Press Boarding House, 1067 
Castro 

Sawyer P B, laborer CPRR 

Sawyer Robt, delivery clerk Pacific Press Publishing Co, res 
1067 Castro 

Sawyer S W, res Galindo Hotel 

Saxe M, compositor San Francisco Call, res 901 J Washington 

Saxtorph Henry (Holm & Saxtorph S F), res 1714 Eighth 

Sayers Edward J, roadmaster Oakland R R Co, res e s Telegraph 
ave bet Temescal and Birch 

Savers R S, saloon, and boots and shoes, cor Thirty -ninth and 
Telegraph ave 

Sayles E Mrs, res 836 Twenty-ninth 

Sayles Edgar E, amalgamator, res 836 Twenty-ninth 

Scandinavian Church, w s Market bet Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Scanlan David C, clerk with Wm P Wheeler, res 689 Twenty- 
seventh 

Scanlan Louise Miss, saleslady with Leroy H Briggs, res 693 
T wenty-seventh 

Scanlan M J Mrs, res 689 Twenty-seventh 

Scanlan Richard G, horseshoe nailer, res O'Neal House, Emery 
Station 

Scanlon John, saloon, 422 Seventh, res Winthrop House 

Scanlon Nellie Miss, tailoress (S F), res 753 Market 

Scanlon Timothy, real estate, res 753 Market 

Scannell John, yardman CPRR, res 247 Hollis 

Schade Geo A, collector with E B Dean & Co, res 810 Market 

SCHAEFER CONRAD (Kugler & Schaefer), res 516 Eighth 

Schaefer Dora Miss, res 1117 Myrtle 

Schaefer John, saloon, 1517 San Pablo ave, res 682 Twentieth 

SCHAEFER JOHN MARTIN, Hquor saloon, 366 Twelfth, res 
1168 Webster 

Schaeffer Wm, house-mover, res 865 Lydia 

Schafer Albertina Miss, res 1537 Brush 

Shafer Catherine, res 608 Fourth 

Shafer Emma Miss, res 572 Ninth 

Shafer Emma, domestic Old Ladies' Home of Oakland 

Shafer Katie, res 1537 Brush 

Schafer Paul J, salesman with J Lusk & Co, res 1537 Brush 

Schafer Sophia, res Cleveland ave east of Telegraph ave, Temescal 

Schafer Vernon G, brakeman, res 1570 Third 

SchafFer Eliza, domestic, 1300 Harrison 

Schaffer Jacob, barber with R Briones, res NE cor Eighth and 
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454 



OAKLAND. 



SCHAFFER LOUIS, butcher, 828 Broadway 

Schall Carrie M Miss, dressmaker, res 869 Filbert 

Schaller Theodore P, news agent, res 765 Eleventh 

Schander Sadie R Mrs, milliner, 965 Broadway, res 1891 Web- 
ster 

Scharman Morris, cigars and tobacco, 1067 Broadway, res 572 
Fifteenth 

Schaub Theodore, bar tender with Thomas G Klink, res 814 Alice 

Scheib George, laborer, res 823 Kirkham 

Scheidecker J Mrs, res 927 Filbert 

SCHEMING TRANGOTT H> saloon, 1816 Seventh 

Schelin Emil August, tailor, res 937 Wood 

Schellhaas Catherine, res 1053 Webster 

Schellhaas Henry, furniture, crockery, etc, 404-418 Eleventh, res 
1017 Webster 

Schellhaas Mathias, foreman with Henry" Schellhaas, res 1053 
Webster 

Schenk Carl A, miner, res 1677 Twelfth 

Schenk Christian, engraver (S F), res 128 Hollis 

Scherpel D Mrs, res 1151 Seventh 

Scherpel Max, bookkeeper with Folker Bros (S F), res 1151 Sev- 
enth 

Scherrer Bernard, clerk with Geo Black, res 1698 Seventh 

Scherrer John, boots and shoes, 1698 Seventh, res same 

SCHEV ANTON FRANK (Calou & Schevanton), res 833 Twenty- 
ninth 

Scheuch George W, artist with E W Ormsby, res Girard House 

Schiefer A E Miss, res 1334 Adeline 

Schiefer C H, leather findings (S F), res 1334 Adeline 

Schiefer Frederick J, delivery clerk with Bowen & Co, res Pacific 
Gallery, Market Street Station 

Schielke Harmon, carpenter, res 362 Fourth 

Schiller Henry, engraver, res Shattuck ave nr Mariposa, Teines- 
cal 

Schimmelpfennig Frederick, dry goods, and insurance agent, 762 
East Twelfth, res 760 East Twelfth 

Schimmelpfennig's Hall, res 764 East Twelfth 

Schrimpff Emil G, res 362 Tenth 

Schindler Henry, bakery, 1700 Telegraph ave 

Schindler Henry B, blacksmith (S F), res 828 Kirkham 

Schlegelmilch S, machinist OPRR shops, res 867 Campbell 

Schlesinger Louis, magnetic healer, 854| Broadway 

SchlesingerMilo H, res 854| Broadway 

Schlesinger Philip, cattle dealer, res 1121 Peralta 

SchleusMii^ Amanda, domestic, 489 Orchard 

Schlty Bros (Charles and Phillip Schley), bakery, 770 East 
Twelfth 



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Schley Charles (Schley Bros), res 770 East Twelfth 
Schley Philip (Schley Bros), res 770 East Twelfth 
SCHLOTZHAUER FRANK, florist, 1101* Broadway, res 460 

Twelfth 
Schlotzhauer Geo W, clerk with Paul Schlotzhauer, res 482 Eighth 
SCHLOTZHAUER PAUL wines and liquors, 482 Eighth 
Schlueter \Ym, teacher of music, 471 East Twelfth 
Schmidt Albert, clerk with A B Webster, res 751 East Fourteenth 
Schmidt C Mrs, res San Pablo ave nr Berkeley, Temescal 
Schmidt C G, salesman with Petar & Dresco, res 478 Twenty- 
second 
Schmidt Frank, brewer Brooklyn Brewery, res East Twelfth bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth aves 
Schmi.it Geo M, porter (S F), res 1207 Eleventh ave 
Schmidt Gustave L, dentist, 1113 Broadway, res 1372 Telegraph 

ave 
Schmidt Gustavus, salesman with Petar & Dresco, res 478 Twenty- 
second 
Schmidt Henry, employe U S Appraiser's Store (S F), res 835 

Cedar 
Schmidt Jacob, res 253 Eighth 

Schmidt John (Schmidt & Fieberling), res 369 Fifth 
Schmidt Louis, stableman, 1750 Webster 

Schmidt Mena Miss, saleslady with Salinger Bros, res West Berke- 
ley 
Schmidt Nicholas, gardener, res First ave nr Myrtle, Temescal 
Schmidt Theodore, salesman with Samm & Co 
Schmidt Theodore A, engraver, res 1406 Thirteenth ave 
Schmidt William, driver with Kramm & Dieves, res 1555 Broad- 
way 
Schmidt fc Fieberling (John Schmidt and Pedar Fieberling), sa- 
loon, 842 Broadway 
Schmitt John, saloon, 466 Seventh, res same 
Schmoldtig Ahn Minna, domestic, 1214 Brush 
Schneider Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, res 612 Second 
Schneider Frederick A, joiner, res 612 Second 
Schneider Richard, professor of music, res 489 Orchard 
Sehneider Wilhelmina, res 489 Orchard ave 
Schneidtman Annie Mrs, res rear 915 Seventh 
Schneily Joseph, machinist, res 1408 Twelfth 
Schneily Leon, machinist, res 1408 Twelfth 
Schenerdt P Mrs, res 1102 Myrtle 
Schnoor Catherina Mrs, groceries and provisions, 1401 Thirteenth 

ave 
Schoen Paul, piano tuner, res 531 Thirty-sixth 
SCHOENFELDER JOHN, liquor saloon, and proprietor West 
Oakland Tivoli, 1752 Seventh, res 1730 Thirteenth 





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Washington Brewery r , 



Westormann A Co., Pronrs„ 

N. W. COS. 5th. 4 HEKHAH STEEETS. 



456 



OAKLAND. 



Schofield Joseph, porter CPRR, res 631 Filbert 

Schofield Lettie Miss, res 631 Filbert 

Schofield Richard, porter CPRR, res 722 Filbert 

Scholes Thomas, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House 
Scholl Christian F, gunsmith, 517 Seventh, res 1507 Ninth 
Scholz Bruno, res 209 Fourth 

Schoonover George B, fireman C P R R, res 914 Pine 
Schottler Joseph F, Oakland Business Agency, res 809 Castro 
Schou Andrew H, carpenter, res 677 Twenty-fifth 
Schrader Adolph, fresco painter, res 581 Twenty-second 
Schramm August M (Lawria & Schramm), res Alameda 
Schramm Matthew, tailor with Charles Baab, res 670 East Six- 
teenth 
Schramm Michael, res 670 East Sixteenth 
Schreeb Louis, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Schreiber Christian, candy maker, res 1053 Willow 
Schreiber Christian, furniture and carpets, 1064-1070 Broadway, 

res 1132 Linden 
Schreiber Jacob, brakeman CPRR, res 1810 Seventh 
Schrimm M, tailor, res 670 East Sixteenth 
Schroder Adolph F, bookkeeper (S F), res 1254 Eighth 
Schroder Charles G, agent San Francisco Stock Brewery, res 701 

Sycamore 
Schroeder August T, wood carver, res 413 Fourteenth 
Schroeder Ferdinand, tanner with Crist & Co, res Twenty -second 

ave bet Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Schroeder Henry, tanner with Crist & Co, res Twenty-second ave 

bet Twelfth and Fourteenth 
Schroeder Paul W (Hickok, Schroeder & Co), res 718 Fifth 
Schubert George, laborer J Lusk Canning Co, res Claremont ave 

bet Summer and Clifton 
Schubert Paul, barber with G J Briones, res 651 Jefferson 
Schulenburg Ad, res Galindo Hotel 

Schuler August, carriage trimmer (S F), res 671 Seventh 
Schuler Catharine Mrs (Schuler & Seibold), res 319 Seventh 
Schuler Efiie Miss, res 1432 Sixteenth 
Schuler Ernst, stoves and tinware, 1720 Seventh, res same 
Schuler John, res 1432 Sixteenth 

Schuler Jacob, groceries, SE cor Seventh and Webster 
Schuler & Seibold (Catharine Schuler and Emil J Seibold), gro- 
ceries and liquors, SE cor Seventh and Webster 
Schuller Andrew, real estate broker (S F), res 2232 Telegraph ave 
Schuller Mabel Miss, res 2232 Telegraph ave 
Schullertz Frank G, shoemaker (S F), res 126 Louisa 
Schultheis Peter, laborer, res Telegraph ave nr Forty-third, Tem- 
escal 



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Office, 33 Geary St., S. F., and 862 B.oad-/ay, Oaklmd. 



JAMES L. BANKER, ^AJsSSSK&l BERKELEY. 



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457 



Schultz Jule, bookkeeper (S F), res 938 Peralta 

Schultz William (Schultz & Kock), res San Francisco 

Schultz & Kock (William Schultz and Peter Kock), groceries and 
liquors, NW cor Forty-fifth and Telegraph ave, Temescal 

Schulz Charles F, butcher, 819 Castro 

Schulz George, shoemaker with Henry Hauschildt, res 462 
Twenty-first 

Schulze Henry A, draughtsman C P R R, res 1213 Chestnut 

Schumacher John, capitalist, res 1117 Myrtle 

SCHUNHOFF BERNHARDT F, druggist, 462 Seventh, next door 
to depot, res William nr San Pablo ave 

Schunhoff Julius, tinsmith, res 1522 Seventh 

Schutt Alonzo, butcher with Sam P H Doen, res San Pablo ave 
nr Berkeley 

SCHUTT AUGUST M» editor and proprietor Oakland Journal, 
res 767 Webster 

Schutt Chas, brushmaker, res Eureka Hotel 

Schuyler Ida, domestic, 70 East Twelfth 

Schroab Frank E, clerk with Salinger Bros, res 856 Harrison 

Schwab Nicholas, billiard table manufacturer, 907 Webster 

Schwab Peter, machinist, res 1810 William 

Schwabe F A, pianist Golden Gate Theater, res 1793 Grove 

Schwagennann Fred F, groceries and provisions, 851 Twenty- 
seventh 

Schwalm Henry, nailer, res 658 Fifth 

Schwartz E, bar tender with R Lehrbass, res 917 Seventh 

Schwarz Ferdinand, paperhanger, res 1457 Castro 

Schwarz Edward, brass finisher, res 725 Center 

Schwarz Henry, blacksmith, res 725 Center 

Schwarz Sophia, res 725 Center 

Schweichler Theodore, painter and engraver, res Erie east of Tele- 
graph ave, Temescal 

Schweikani Philip, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Schweis Philip, res 1414 Twelfth 

Schwitter John, cabinetmaker with Elijah Hook, res 712 Web- 

' SCIENTIFIC CALIFORNIAN" (monthly journal), William O 

Thrailkill M S, M D, D D S, editor and proprietor, office 

10031 Broadway and 333 Geary (S F) 
Scofield Richard B, steward, res 722 Filbert 
Scollary" William, res 368 Tenth 
Seotchler J B Mrs, res 1081 Twelfth 

Scotchler John J, commission merchant (S F), res 1014 Linden 
Seotchler Thomas, clerk, res 1081 Twelfth 
Scott Alfred J, porter C P R R, res 761 Sixth 
Scott Andrew, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Scott Andrew, whitener, res 481 Twenty-fifth 



OAKLAND BREWERY, 



KRA.1IM & I>IEVE», Proprietors. Cor 
Telegraph Avenue and Durant Street. 



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458 



OAKLAND. 



SCOTT BROTHERS (Richard Scott), wholesale wines and liquors, 

473 Ninth 
Scott Chalmers, chief engineer Guatamala Central Railroad and 

assistant chief engineer C P R R (S F), res 1656 Webster 
Scott Chas A, salesman (S F), res 1659 Twelfth 
Scott Chas H, expressman, 761 Sixth 
Scott Charles M, stage carpenter, res 1304 Eighth 
Scott Christian, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry- 
Scott E F, carpenter, res 2238 San Pablo ave 
Scott Ellen Mrs, res 1304 Eighth 
Scott Floyd R, painter, res 1403 Twelfth 
Scott Frank, driver (S F), res Forty-fifth bet Telegraph ave and 

Grove, Temescal 
Scott Frederick, clerk with Scott Brothers, res Twenty-third nr 

San Pablo ave 
Scott George, res 2238 San Pablo ave 
Scott George, plumber, 1249 Telegraph ave 
Scott George R, carpenter, res 1627 Grove 
SCOTT GEORGE W (Agard & Co), res 914 Eighth 
Scott Hugh, laborer with Franke & Lewis, res 1789 Grove 
Scott James W, collector San Francisco Gas Light Co, res 875 

Filbert 
Scott John, res .1226 Fourteenth 
Scott John R, nailer, res 824 Myrtle 

Scott John W, weigher Judson Manufacturing Co, res 250 Haven 
Scott Jo-eph D, carpenter B and B department C P R R Yards, 

res 1304 Eighth 
Scott Julia Mrs, res 413 Ninth 

Scott M B Mrs, res n s Temescal bet Maple and Cherry 
Scott Oliver L, clerk with P Baker, res n s Temescal bet Maple 

and Cherry 
Scott Orchard G (H Turn Suden & Co), res Thirteenth ave bet 

Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Scott Philip S, conductor C P R R, res 1613 Taylor- 
Scott Proctor, clerk, res 1504 Eighth 

Scott Richard (Scott Bros), res Twenty -third nr San Pablo ave 
Scott Robert, engineer, res 730 Peralta 
Scott Walter, conductor C P R R, res Clarendon House 
Scott Wm, engineer C P R R, res 827 Myrtle 
Scott Wm G, bookkeeper Standard Express, res 1504 Eighth 
Scott Wm P, clerk with O Whipple, res 1504 Eighth 
Scovill Angeline C Mrs, res 1059 Clay 
Scovill Cheney A, carpenter, res 1059 Clay 
Scoville Avery, draughtsman, res lcS18 Atlantic 
Scoville Ives (Scoville & Co), res 1818 Atlantic 
Scoville & Co (Ives Scoville and F H Eichbaum), propr Oakland 

Iron Works, NE cor Second and Jefferson 






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GOOD WORK, l,OW IMtK IKS. OCti<«>, 

33 Geary St.. S. F„ and 862 Broadw^.v. 03...UV 



■ iiru TIIPOIC Pn cabiitet -woods or jS^XjXj siitss, 

ft LLC (I, lUUULC & uL)., Koh tW and go Spear street, San Francisco. 



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459 



Scranton Edward E, solicitor San Francisco Examiner, res 731 
Henry 

Scranton Theodore E, stationery and toys, 861 Broadway, res 
815 Webster 

Screttina Palo, laborer, res Blair's Ranch, Piedmont 

Scribner Geo W, butcher, 1239 Broadway, res 555 Twenty- 
second 

Scribner Walter B, butcher, res 1464 Telegraph ave 

Scrogge Albert, employe CPRR, res 1880 Seventh 

Scullery Philip, waiter, res 368 Tenth 

Sculley Patrick, real estate, res 808 Grove 

Scupham J R, res 946 Myrtle 

Seaberg David, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 

Seabury Forrest, scenic artist, res 767 Thirteenth 

Seaman Geo B, agent Lion Insurance, 422 Twelfth, res 1310 
Franklin 

Search Win, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 
House 

Searing Frank W, salesman with A J Jacob, res 531 Ninth 

Searing T, res 518 East Fifteenth 

Searing Wm, res 531 Ninth 

Searing Wm L, delivery clerk with Phelan & Fish, res 470 Four- 
teenth 

Searle Catherine, res 871 East Fifteenth 

Sears Dean S, sailmaker, res 671 Tenth 

Sears Herman B, capitalist, res 759 Eighth 

Sears Herman B Jr, clerk, res 759 Eighth 

Sears Joseph R, mining engineer, res 759 Eighth 

Sears Lewis, clerk with E P Taylor, res 671 Tenth 

Sears Martin (Martin & Co), res 1265 Webster 

Sears O B, seaman, res 602 East Eighteenth 

Sears Richard, painter, res 709 Twenty-seventh 

Sears Wm, hack driver, res 620 Adeline 

Seary Rose : domestic, res Prospect ave east of Broadway 

Seaton G M, vEtna Insurance Co (S F), res 1604 East Twenty - 
second 

SEATON HORACE H. capitalist, office 854| Broadway, res 1168 
Jackson 

Seaton Louis M, cl»rk, res 1419 Twelfth ave 

Seaton Willard H, bookkeeper with H H Seaton, res 923 Poplar 

Seavey B E, machinist, res 662 Adeline 

Sebelin John (J, cook O'Neal's Hotel, res 1014 Webster 

Sebran Fi-ank, upholsterer, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave, 
Temescal 

Sebran Jose, laborer, res Forty-sixth nr Shattuck ave, Tem- 
escal 

Sebrey Frank, laborer, res 1455 Third 




Schafer & Co.: 



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CLOTHING, S^rT^!: Sum:. 



Washington Brewery \ 



Westermann A Co., Proprs- 

N. W. C02. 5th 4 EIEIHAH STEEETS. 



460 



OAKLAND. 



Second Congregational Church, Rev Walter Frear pastor, 1718 

Chase 
Second Presbyterian Church, Kohler's Hall, cor Center and 

Seventh 
Second Presbyterian Church Sabbath-school, room 13 Chester 

House, Elders Morrison and Robertson 
Sedenger Joseph, machinist, res 722 Fourth 
Sedgley Abner, contractor, res 1402 Tenth 
Sedgley John, carpenter C P R R, res 954 Wood 
See M M, mining, res 1301 Webster 
Seeglitz Albert G, clerk with R Jones, res 829 Grove 
Seeglitz August, barber, res 829 Grove 
Seeley Aaron, res 1405 Ninth 
Seely C T Mrs, res 1403 Jackson 
SeelyF H, assay er, res 1403 Jackson 
Seely Ida Miss, assistant La Favette School, res 1534 Howard 

■(SF) 
Seery Ellen Mrs, res 230 Ettie 
Seias Marco, dishwasher with Martin & Co 
Seiber Arthur, waiter Galindo Hotel 

Seible Peter, blacksmith with John Haller, res 856 Webster 
Seibold Emil J (Schuler & Seibold), res 319 Seventh 
Seibt Gustave, blacksmith, res 638 Chestnut 
Seifert Geo, upholsterer, res 250 Helen 
Seig Harry M, brakeman C P R R, res 1804 Seventh 
Seiglitz August, hairdresser, 867 Broadway, res 829 Grove 
Seigneur Adele, res 214 Second 
Seiland Otto, laundryman Contra Costa Laundry 
Seiler Sophie Mrs, re's 265 Ninth 
Seitz Joseph, brewer Washington Brewery 
Selby Prentiss, superintendent Selby Smelting and Lead Co (S F), 

res 534 Twenty-fifth 
Selfridge C M, collector with J M Selfridge, res 760 Fourteenth 
SELFRIDGE JAMES M. physician and surgeon, and attending 

physician Homeopathic Hospital, office 1068 Broadway, res 

Broadway nr Moss ave 
Selfridge J M Mrs, res 760 Fourteenth 
Seligman N H, salesman, res 1113 Jefferson 
Sellander Fred, engineer C P R R steamer Oakland, res 817 

Filbert 
Selleck Edwin F, clerk (S F), res 209 Market 
Sellon Latrobe J, postal agent, res 557 Eighth 
Selna Angelo (Camilloni & Co), res 1459 Eighth 
Selna Leopold (Selna & Damnitz), res 363 Tenth 
SELNA & DAMNITZ (L Selna and G Damnitz), wines and 

liquors, 1024 Broadway 
Selzer Edward, druggist, 1470 Seventh 



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jas L. Barker, '^J Lion Insurance Co.. capital. $4,009,000 



importer 

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Semma Joseph, laborer, res w s Center north of Third 
Semonare Jules, cook Palace Hotel (S F), res 945 Thirty-fifth 
SENRAM F & CO (Frederick and Franz Senram), boots and 

shoes, 1005 Broadway 
SENRAM FRANZ (F Senram & Co), res 1731 Fourteenth 
SENRAM FREDERICK (F Senram & Co), res Telegraph ave nr 

Alcatraz ave, Temescal 
Serda Lawrence Rev, pastor Church Sacred Heart, res Fortieth 

nr Grove, Temescal 
Serfs John M, mattressmaker, res 1242 San Pablo ave 
Serser Nicolas, with Martin Poglianich. res 1790 Seventh 
Servine Peter, teacher music, res 1509 Seventh 
Servine Sophia Mrs, midwife, res 1509 Seventh 
Sesler Harry, mechanic, res 480 Edwards 
Sessions Chas A, salesman Oregon Importation Co (S F), res 912 

Center 
SESSIONS E C= president The Oakland Bank of Savings, and 

capitalist, office 422 Twelfth, res 903 Market 
Sessions Frank S, res 1428 Seventh ave 
Sessions Josiah, farmer, res 1428 Seventh ave 
Seventh-Day Adventist Church, cor Clay and Thirteenth 
Seventh Street House, "Wm Farmer proprietor, 1806 Seventh 
Sevrin A pell, pressman Pacific Press, res Bay, Alameda 
Sewall Chas D, treasurer Oakland Tivoli Co, res 1305 Clay 
Sewall Virginia, res 1305 Clay 

Sewell Newton (Sewell & Fronk), res 1167 Washington 
Sewell Walter A, housemover, res 359 Seventh 
SEWELL & FRONK (Newton' Sewell and Geo M Fronk), under- 
takers, cor Washington and Fourteenth, opp City Hall 



«EO. M. FRONK. 



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SEWELL & FROISTK, 

UNDERTAKERS 

Cor. Washington & 14th Sts., opp. City Hall, Oakland. 

All kind- oi FUNERAL FURNITURE, from the plainest and cheapest to the finest and 
most costly. Man in a tendance at all hours day and night. All calls promptly answered. We 
are prepare! to REMOVE IODIES, "hen desired, immediately after death to our rooms. 
Funeral services of any creed or order desired may he held at our spacious parlors. Bodies pre- 
served for arrival of distant friends, or EMBALMED for Transportation. 

0EDEES BY TELEGEAPH OE TELEPHONE NO. 59 promptly attended to and Satisfaction Guar- 
anteed. 

Sexton Patrick H, plasterer, res SE cor Twenty-sixth and 

Union 
Seyler Charles, traveling auditor CPRR, res 1251 Clay 
Seymour C B, superintendent SPRR Colorado Division, res 861 

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462 



OAKLAND. 



Seymour Joseph, brakeman CPRR, res Central Hotel 
SEYMOUR M A MISS- employment and nurses' bureau, 506 

Ninth 
Shabot Edward, moulder with Savage & Son (S F), res 660 Clay 
Shackleton Wm, moulder Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House, Emery Station 
Shaffer Byron A, carpenter CPRR, res 1874 Seventh 
Shaffer John G, carpenter, res 318 Third rear 
Shakespeare C E Mrs, res 1020 Linden 
Shakespeare James, employe CPRR, res 1020 Linden 
Shanahan Joseph, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House 
Shandley James, laborer Oakland Gas Works, res 813 Castro 
Shandley William, hostler with M L Decker, res 1507 Broadway 
Shanhan James, machinist Judson Manufacturing Co, res O'Neal 

House 
Slianklin James H, attorney-at-law, res 936 Filbert 
Shanley William J, stableman, res 233 Harlan 
Shanly George M, upholsterer, res 572 Fourth 
Shanly Walter P, miner, res 572 Fourth 
Shannon Dennis, laborer CPRR, res 135 Hollis 
Shannon John, bartender with M Welsh, res 471 Tenth 
Shannon William, res 528 Knox Place 
SHARE A J, city editor Vidette, res Merritt Block 
Sharkey Patrick, lumberman, res Forty-fifth bet Telegraph ave 

and Broadway, Temescal 
Sharkey Richard, coachman, res 959 Webster 
Sharp Frank, engineer, res 572 Tenth 
Sharp George, liquor saloon, 650 Myrtle 
Sharp Theodore, bartender with Thos G Klink 
Sharpe Blanche Miss, teacher music, res 579 East Twenty-third 
Sharpe Fred W, salesman with Salinger Bros, res Bushell House 
Sharpe F Willis, jeweler with W Wilson, res 211 Twelfth 
Sharpe I A, car cleaner CPRR Yards, ros cor Oak and Railroad 

ave, Alameda 
Sharpe John, real estate, res 215 Twelfth 
Sharpe V Mrs, teacher music, res 579 East Twenty-third 
Sharpe Willis, jeweler with W Wilson, res 211 Twelfth 
Shattuck F K, capitalist, res Shattuck ave nr Bancroft Way 
Shattuck George O, blacksmith, 365 Eleventh, res 1165 Jackson 
Shattuck Stables, John Carter propr, 457 Eighth 
Shaughnessy John H, bricklayer, res 807 Henry 
Shaw B J, clerk CPRR(SF), res 920 Filbert 
Shaw E, foreman S P C R R 
Shaw Emily M Sirs, res 522 Seventeenth 
Shaw Emma Miss, res 522 Seventeenth 
Shaw F, engineer SPCRR 



SftN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



A<n. Aa i 3: * Geary St., San Francisco. 
OHmm 8, - ( H(i . £ uroa >\vuy, Oakland. 



ALLEN, TUGGLE £ CO., OAK PLANK, Si 



OAKLAND. 



aiil-J ) Sp '.ii« St., 
Nun AVancisco. 

463 



Sbaw Howard, groceries, cor Fortieth and Telegraph 

Shaw John, carpenter, res 951 Fifth 

Shaw Lucien W, conductor C P R R, res 863 Union 

Shaw Mattie J Miss, assistant Franklin School, res Berkeley 

Shaw M E Mrs. res 'rl'l Seventeenth 

Shaw Norah Mr-, confectionery, fancy goods, etc, 951 Fifth 

S aw S Mis, res 919 Jefferson 

Shaw Thomas H, carpenter, res cor First ave and Myrtle, Tern 

escal 
Shaw Walter, clerk with Tone}' Whitman, res 1259 Webster 
Shaw Wm W, res 1603 Nineteenth ave 
Shay Annie, res 814 East Fourteenth 
Shay Frank, clerk CPRR(SF), res 920 Filbert 
Shay James, laborer, res 1023 Third 
Shay John, carpenter, res 1428 Sixteenth 

Shay John, official reporter superior court, department 2, res S F 
Shay Thomas, laborer C P R R, res 620 Magnolia 
Shea Daniel, telegraph repairer, res 821 Sixteenth 
Shearer A N, mining, res 461 Merrimac 
Shearer Lewis, attorney-at-law (S F), res 461 Merrimac 
Shearer Sextus, attorney-at law, res 1273 Fifth ave 
Slieean Mollie, domestic, 534 Sycamore 
Sheehan. Daniel, laborer, res Union nr Bay, Butchertown 
Sheehan James, painter, res 1011 Franklin 
Sheehan John, farmer, res Stock Yard 
Sheehan John, laborer, res Union nr Bay, Butchertown 
Sheehan John, carpenter, l'es 1011 Franklin 
Sheehan John J, painter with J T Gardiner, res w s Franklin bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth 
Sheehan John B, painter C P R R Yards, res 1675 Taylor 
Sheehan John H, car cleaner C P R R Yards, res 1476 Fifth 
Sheehan Katie Miss, dressmaker, res 1011 Franklin 
Sheehan Mary Miss, res 1011 Franklin 
Sheehan P R, painter, 469 Tenth, res 955 Grove 
Sheehan Timothy D, porter, res 815 Center 
Sheehan Timothy J, painter and whitener, res 810 Filbert 
Sheehy Nellie, domestic, res 122 Ninth 
Sheffield John W, carpenter, res 1725 Myrtle 
Sheldon John P, res 932 Fourteenth 
Sheldon Josephine Mrs, teacher piano, res 1761 Seward 
Sheldon M A Mrs, seamstress, res 802 Grove 
Shell Muund Park, half way bet Oakland and Berkeley on B B 

RR 
Shelley Charles E, clerk with Wm Collins, terminus Webster ave 
Shelton Emma Mrs, res cor Chestnut and Thirty-fourth 
Shelton William B, carpenter, res 1658 Seventh 
Shepheard K Miss, res 676 Sycamore 




Schafer & Co.: Fine Custom Clothing to Cife 



ntgomerj st. 



Washington Brewery. 



Wrsternanii A Co., Proprs- 

N. W. COB. 5th k KIEIHAM STEEETS. 



464 



OAKLAND. 



Shepheard R Mrs, res 676 Sycamore 

Shepherd Jacob, butcher, res Stock Yard 

Shepherd John, expressman (S F), res 1275 Twelfth ave 

Shepherd John E, agent Oregon Steamship Co (S F), res 1123