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Full text of "Langley's San Francisco directory for the year commencing .."

GENERAL REFERENCE 



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SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



DEC 81970 



sAfi FRANCISCO 
PIIRLIC LIGRARY 



REFERENCE BOOK 

Not to be taken from the Library 



GENERAL REFERENCE 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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WEUS, FABGO & COMPAil, 

EXCHANGE, BANKING 



J^HTJD 



ORGANIZED 1853. 



CAPITAL, $6,350,000. 



San Francisco, 

Los Angeles, 

Sacramento, 

Salt Lake City, 

Virginia City, Nev., 

New York, 

Boston, 

London, 

Liverpool, 

Paris, 

Bremen, 

Hamburg, 

Havana, 

Havre, 

Rome, 



PRINCIPAL AGENCIES, HOME AND FOREIGN : 

N. E. corner Sansome and Halleck Streets 

corner Main and Court Streets 

. 46 and 43 Second Stree* 

East Temple Street 

69 and 71 South C Street 

65 Broadway 

244 Washington Street 

61 King William Street 

17 Water Street 

- 7 Rue Scribe 

Bremerhaven, Geestemunde 

14 Holland Brook 

42 Calle de Ygnacio 

82 Rue d'Orleans 

26 Piazza di Spagna 



To all part8 of California, Arizona, Nevada, Vtali, Oregon, Washington and Idaho 

Territories, British Columbia, Lower California and Mexican Ports, 

Kew Yovlt, Atlantic States and Europe. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH TRANSFERS 

On Ne^v Yorlt, Boston and Montreal, payable in the principal Cities of the United 
States and Canada. Also Bills on London, Dublin and Paris. Letters of 
Credit issued on our New Yorlt House, exchangeable for Circular 
Letters, Payable in all parts of Europe. 



COLLECTIONS AND COMMISSIONS: 

Of all kinds executed, and General Express Business attendi^d to promptly in all 
parts of the United States, Europe and Canada. Orders for Passage furnished 
from Q.neensto'wn, London, Liverpool, Hamburg and Havre to 
Ne*v York, Also from Neiiv York to San Francisco- 
Overland or by Steamer. 



LLOYD TEVIS, President. 

J. B. HACCIN, Vice-President. 

H. WADSWORTH, Treasurer. 



JA!VIESjHERON, Secretary. 

H. B. PARSONS, Ass't Secretary. 

JNO. J. VALENTINE, CenT Sup't. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Liiloi aifl Sai Fraicisco M 



Capital, 



Reserve Fund, 



5 
$5,000,000 Cold 

Of illicit 83,000,000 is fully paid up, 

$390,000 Cold 



HEAD OFFICE, 22 OLD BEOAD STREET, LONDON. 

FREDERICK RODEWALD, Louflon, Cliairniaii. 
E. H. GREEN, Deputy Cliairmau. 

HENRV GOSCHEX (of Pruliliiisr Si Gosclien), Loudon. 
J. F. FLiEMMICH (of Fred. Hutli & Co.), Loiiilon, 
JULIVS MAY (late of Sau Francisco), Fraukfort-ou-tlie-Mnin. 
J. S. MORGAN (of J. S. Morgan <& Co.), London. 
W. F. BABCOCK, San Francisco. 

ROBERT RYRIE (of Arbuthnot , E^vart Si Co.), London. 
BAROX H. de STERN, (of Stern Brothers), London. 

RVDOLPH SILZBACH (of Sulzbach Brothers) , Fraiikfort-on-the-Main. 
Manajfer, - - - R. D. PEEBLES. 



LONDON BANKERS— Bank of England; London Joint Stock Bank. 

San Francisco Branch, - - - 424 California Street. 

ABTHITB SCRIVENER, inanairer. WILLIAM STEEL, AnBlatant Manager. 

THOMAS LAYTON, Caaliier. 



AGENTS AND COBRESFONDENTS : 

New York Drexel, Morgan & Co. 

Philadelphia, Drexel & Co. 

Boston, Third National Bank. 

Chicago, Union National Bank. 

Paris, Drexel, Harjes & Co. 

Berlin, Deutsche Bank. 

Frankfort-on-the-Main, Gebruder Sulzbach. 

And in all the other chief cities of the continents of Europe and America. 
IRELAND, SCOTLAND, 

PROVmCIAL BANK OF IRELAND. UNION BANK OF SCOTLAND. 

CHINA AND EAST INDIES, 

CHARTERED BANK OF INDIA, AUSTRALIA AND CHINA, and 
NATIONAL BANK OF INDIA, LIMITED. 

JAPAN, 

ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION. 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND, 

BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, 
NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED. 

This Bank is prepared to grant LETTER'S OF CREDIT, available in any part of the 
world, and to tr.msact every description of BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. 
March 31, 1880. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Vll 



ihi ref:;...'::e 

The Nevada Bank 

OF SAN FRAXCISCO, 

Nevada Block, Corner Pine and Montgomery Streets. 



CAPITAL PAID IN, GOLD, ■ ■ - $3,000,000 

RESERVE, U. S. BONDS ' $3,500,000. 



Board of JDireetors: 
LOUIS McLANE, JAMES C. FLOOD, 

President. Vice-Presldeiit. 

JOHN W.MACKAY, J. L. FLOOD, JAMES G. FAIR. 



n. "W". GrXjiEiisTisriz: ^ c^ssiiErEa. 



ACTTXrrTF^ (62 Wall Street, New York 

Avji^lNi^mo, " " " i Virginia City, Nevada 



Issues Commercial and Travelers' Credits available in anj part of the 

world. Makes transfers of mone}-^ by telegraph and cable, 

and draws exchange at customary usances. 

5:^ This Bank has special facilities for dealing in BULLION. 



On the principal Cities throufirliont tlie UNITED STATES, EUROPE, JAPAN, 

CHINA, and the EAST INDIES, the AUSTRALIAN COLONIES and 

NEW ZEALAND, and on HONOLULU, Hawaii. 



I «nH«n RonLo-o i THE UNION BANK OF LONDON 

London Bankers, - - - - - j wessrs. smith, payne & smiths 

Ka^ VnrL " \ ^ANK OF NEW YORK, N. B. A. 

new TorK - - - . . I American exchange bank 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



lilli-iiliferRi 





( Xj X 3VE X I* £3 33.) 

London Office, 3 Angel Court. 

San Francisco Office, - - 4:22 California Street. 

Authorized Capital Stock" $6,000,000 

Subscribed 3,000,000 

Paid in 1,500,000 

Surplus 225,000 

Xl.ezs:x£k,ixx<:iex- saxlojeot to Ca.ll. 



DIRECTORS IN IiOXDOX: 

Hon. Hugh McCullough, E. H. Lushington, 
Wm. F. Scholfield, Isaac Seligman, 

CORRESPONDENTS AND AGENTS: 

J. &W. SELIGMAN & CO. 

MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL BANK, - - - - 

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK, ..... 

MERCHANTS' SAVINGS, LOAN AND TRUST CO. 

BANK OF COMMERCE, 

ESPY, HEIDELBACH &C0. 

SELIGMAN, HELLMAN & CO. 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA, .... 

SELIGMAN FRERES &CIE. 

SELIGMAN &STETTHEIMER, .... 

GEBRUDER MEYER, 

M. M. WARBURG & CO. 

D. B. ADLER & CO. 

OESTERREICHISCHE CREDIT ANSTALT, 

BANQUE DE LA SUISSE ITALIENNE, .... 

NIEDERSAECHSISCHE BANK. 

SKANDINAVISKA KREDIT AKTIEBOLAG, ... - 



Julius Sington, 
Joseph Sebag. 



NEW YORK. 

BOSTON. 

PHILADELPHIA. 

CHICAGO. 

ST. LOUIS. 

CINCINNATI. 

NEW ORLEANS. 

CANADA. 

PARIS. 

FRANKFORT. 

BERLIN. 

HAMBURG. 

COPENHAGEN. 

VIENNA. 

LOCARNO. 

BREMEN. 

STOCKHOLM. 



china, japan and EAST INDIES i 

Chartered Mercantile Bank of India, London and China. 

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND t 

Bank of Australasia, and Bremches. 



BILLS OF EXCHANGE, COMMERCIAL and TRAVELERS' LETTERS OF CREDIT 

laaued. Collection* niu<l<-, and Stocks, Bonds and Bullion Bought 

and Sold on most favorable terms. 



Managers in San Francisco: 
FREDERICK F. LOW, IGNATZ STEINHART, 

P. N. LILIENTHAL, Cashier. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. IX 

THE BANKofBRITISH COLUMBIA 

(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER.) 

Southeast corner Caliroriiia and Sansome Streets. 



Paid up Capital, .... $1,800,000 

With Power to Increase to $10,00U,000. 



T^OX^IDOT^ OX^X^IOX:. 23 OOX1.3SrXZXXjXj. 



CHAIRMAN: 

ROBERT GILLESPIE, Esq., Director of the Bank of Montreal, London. 

DEPUTY CHAIRMAN: 

EDEN COLVILE, Esq., - - - Director of the Hudson's Bay Company. 

COURT OF DIRECTORS IX LONDON: 

JAMES ANDERSON, Esq. (Messrs. Anderson, Anderson & Co.) 

H. D. HARRISON, Esq. (Bell, Harrison & Co., London.) 

SIR JOHN ROSE, Bart., K. C. M. G. (Messrs. Morton, Rose & Co., London.) 

HENRY EDWARD RANSOM, Esq. 

General Manager, ----- HUGH HUGHES, Esq. 



BRANCHES: 

PORTLAND, OREGOlSr ; 

Victoria and New Westminster, British. Columbia. 



AGENTS: 

NEW YORK and CHICAGO, Agency Bank of Montreal. 

CANADA, Bank of Montreal. 

MEXICO and SOUTH A3IEHICA, London Bank of Mexico and South America. 

CHINA and JAPAN, Oriental Bank Coriioration and Chartered Bank of India, 

Australia and China. 
AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND, Bank of Australasia, English, Scottish and Aug. 

tralian Chartered Bank, Commercial Banking' Company of Sydney, and Bank 

of New Zealand. 
ENGLAND, National Provincial Bank of England, Bank of Liverpool, North and 

South W^ales Bank. 
SCOTLAND, British Linen Company Bank. 
IRELAND, Bank of Ireland. 



Deposits received on Current Account, subject to Check, or on Special Deposit. 

Exchange sold in sums of £1 ani upwards on the Agencies of the Banlv of Ireland anl ths British Linen C!ompany. 

E:cchange also sold on London, New Yorl? and Canada, and on Victoria, British Co.umhia, and Portland, Oregon. 

Commercial Credits granted on Europe, China, Japan, South America, Australia and New /Zealand. 

Discount Approved Paper, and make Advances on Collateral Securities. 

Collect Bills, and transact a general Banking Business. 

FREDERICK TOWNSEND, Manager. 



SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Union Insurance Co. 



Of San Francisco. 



(THE CALIFOENIA LLOYDS, EsIaisMil 1861.) 



CAPITAL, FULLY PAID, IN GOLD COIN, 
ASSETS, JAN. 1st, 1880, ■ - - - 



- $750,000 
$958,237.52 



Fire and Marine Insurance. 

PEINCIPAL OFFICE, NO. 416 CALIFOENIA STREET. 



Fair Rates, Proipt Settlemeil of Losses, Solifl Security. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORSi 



J. Mora MoBB, 
N. G. Kittle, 
M. J. O'Connor, 
B. 8. Floyd, 
Mosee Heller, 
Adam Orant, 
Daniel Meyer. 
A. £. Sabatie, 
Charles Kohler. 



E. L. Goldstein, 
I. Lawrence Pool, 
A. Weill. 

Jos. BrandeuBtein, 
Cbarlcs Baiini. 
James Motfitt, 
Isaac L. Reqiia. 
Benjamin Biewster, 
J. G. Kittle. 



W. M. Hoag, 
Nicholas Liinlug, 
John Parrott, 
J. Baum. 
M. D. Sweeny, 
Bartlett Doe, 
Gustave Touchard, 
J. H. Bairl. 
Wullace Everson. 



Geo. C. Hickox, 
J. H. Freeman. 
William Soholle, 
John Conly, 
I. Steinhart, 
N. B. Stone, 
J. O. Eldrldge, 
A. B. Phipps, 



GUSTAVE TOUCHARD, President. N. 6. KITTLE, Vice-President. 

CHARLES D. HAVEN, Secretary. 
GEORGE T. BOHEN, Surveyor. JAS. D. BAILEY, General Agent. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



XI 



Railway aid Namtion Company 




DIRECT LINE TO 



PORTLAND 



AND 



Replar Steaws to PortlaDi leavini SaD Francisco OTcrj Five Dajs. 

Columbia, George W. Elder, City of Chester and Oregon 

Connecting at Portland, Oregon, with Steamers and Railroads 
and their Connecting Stage Lines, for all points in Oregon, 
Washington and Idaho Territories, British 
Columbia and Alaska. 



J09~ This Company has the right of selling TBROT7QH TICKETS at Reduced Rates 
over the Oregon Central and Oregon tc California Railroads in Oregon, and of furnishing 
EMIGRANTS to Oregon \7ith Certificates entitling them to travel at Half Rates over 
these Roads. 



\ 

K. VAN OTERENDORP, Agent, 

210 BATTERY STREET. 



Xll SAN FRANCISCO lilRECTORY. 

A. S. HAIiIiIDIXS, 

Wire Rope Works aid Wire Mills 

6 CALIFORNIA STREET. 

IRON I STEEL WIRE ROPE 

For Mining, Shipping and general purpoises, constantly on hand 

or made to order. 



IRON AND STEEL WIRE CORDS 

Of all sizes. Braided and Twisted Picture Cord, gilt or silvered. All 

kind of WIRE for all purposes. Galvanized Telegraph and 

Telephone Wire, etc., etc. BARBED FENCE WIRE. 

PATENT WIRE ROPEWAY (wire tramway), 

for transportation of ores and other 

material. 

No. 6 CALIFORNIA STREET, - - - - SAN F.UNCISCO. 



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NO. 6 CALIFORNIA ST.. ■ - - SAN FRANCISCO. 



MaoQlactnrers oi and Dealers m all IM ol 



^"^K^SATIFLEi "XTV^OniS. ^^i» 



ORNAMENTAL, FANCY AND PLAIN 
Wire Guards, Steel Battery Screens, Brass Wire Cloth, 

Wire Signs, Wire Cloth, all kinds, Wire Railings, 

Wire Fenders, Fancy Garden Work, Foundry Riddles, 

Coal and Sand Screens, 

AND KVKKYTHIX<i IX WIKK VVOKK AND WIRE GOODS. 

Brass and Copper Wire. 

SEND FOR CATALOGUE. WO. 6 CALIFORIVIA ST. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. Xlll 

Eighteen Years of active service. Nearly Four Million 
Dollars Paid to Policy Holders. 



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fireman's fund 

Insurance Co. 

OF CALIFORNIA. 

Having agencies in all the principal cities and towns in the United States, through which 

it is in receipt of a large annual income from Fire Premiums, without heavy 

concentration of lines, at Home or abroad, thus enabling it to 



r© WMTmQMi 



The Fireman's Fund of California has been thoroughly tested in the greatest fires of 
modern history. In the great Chicago Fire (1871) this Company sustained and honorably 
paid a loss of over half a million dollars, and the next year, at Boston, paid $158,000, 
in the great fire in that city. The Company paid $126,000 in the great Virginia City Fire 
(1875). Its losses paid in the first seventeen years of its existence 

Aggregate $3,940,056.86. 

The Insurance Monitob (New York) for June 1877, says: " The Fibeman's Fund has, by its promptness 
to pay Icsses, large and small, by the high character of its managerial talent, and by its fidelity to the best 
principles of Underwriting, reached a commanding position among the Insurance Companies of the country. 
With the public, its policies rank with those of the best English and Ameiican Companies. 



MARINE AGENCIES in Portland, Oregon, and Honolulu, H. I. Applicants tor 
Marine Insurance at otiier points may obtain information and rates throug^h the 
Company's Local Ag^ents. 

Home Office, 401 California St., San Francisco. 



DAVID J. STAPLES, President. GEO. D. DORNIN, Secretary. 
ALPHEUS BULL, Vice-President. WIM. J. DUTTON, Ass't Secretary. 



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BAN FEANCISCO DIRECTORY. 





Ciliiii. 




Van Ness Ave,, bet. Hayes and Grove, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



This Institution, conducted by the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, \ras opened for the 
reception of students on the loth of October, 1855. On the 30th of April, 1859, it was in- 
corporated and empowered to confer degrees and academical honors in all the learned profes- 
sions, and to exercise all the rights and privileges common to any other literary institution in 
the United States. The design of this Institution is to give a thorough 

Eilisb, Classical, Matbeiiiatical aid PMIosopbical 



IT IS INTENDED FOR DAY SCHOLARS ONLY. 



The Course of Studies embraces the Greek, liatin and English Languages, Poetrj', Rhet- 
oric, Elocution, History, Geography, Arithmetic, Book-Keeping, Mathematics, Cliemistry, 
Mental, Moral and Natural Philosophy. The study of the French and Spanish Languages, 
Vocal Music and Practical Telegraphy is optional. 

Besides the Classical, there is a Preparatory and Elementary Department for the younger 
students. Its oV)ject is to qualify the pupil for the higher studies. 

This Institution, provided with a full staff of Professors, presents considerable advanta- 
ges for the mental and moral training of the students. 



-A. co:^di»i:.EXE 



HAS BEEN RECEIVED FROM PARIS. 

The Laboratory contains over Two Hundred and Fifty PURE CHEMICALS, and aH that is ne- 
cessary for the most complicated Manipulations and Analysis. 

THE COLLEGE HAS, MOREOVER, A COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC APPARATUS. 



The "St. Ignatius' College Orchestra, " and the two " Philhistorian Debating Societies," 
are established in the College for the improvement of the pupils and younger gentlemen of 
good standing. 

JOHN PINASCO, S, J., President. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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320 POST STREET, 

Red Men's Building, opp. Uxiox Square, Sax FRASciseo. 



lYils school is justly ranked by the public as the best Ck>inmercial College on the Pacific 
Coast. It affords excellent facilities iit the following' courses of instruction : 

TKc BUSINESS COURSE. 

This is designed to prepare students for cot. verciai. and business purscits. It embraces 
the following studies : 

BOOK-KEEPING— BT BOTH sivolr axd dcublk estrt, as applied to all kinds of busincj, 
such as Wholesale and Retail Merchandising. Fanning, Manufacturing, Mining, Brokerage and 
Exchange, luipurting and Jobbing', Comnussiun, Railroading, Banking, Etc. 

COMMERCIAL. CALCULATIONS— Embracing the most rapid and abbreviated methods of 
calculation in Percentage, Profit and Loss, Commission, Interest and Discount, Domestic and 
Foreign Exchange, General Average, Equation of Payments, interest Accounts, Averaging 
Accounts, Partnership Settlements, etc. 

PENMANSHIP— Including careful instruction in the finger, muscular, whole-arm and 
combined movements, as applied to plain business writing, ledger headings, jtc. 

CORRESPONDENCE — Embracmg instruction in composition of business letters, use of 
capitals, rules of punctuation, folding, addressing, etc. 

BUSINESS FORMS— Such as Notes, Drafts, Bills of Exchange, AccounU Current, Account 
Sales, Articles of Co-partnership, Deeds. Leases, etc 

ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE— In \\Tiolesale and Retail Merchandising, Importing and 
Jobbing, Commission and Forwarding, Banking, etc., etc. 

COMMERCIAL LAW — Relating to Negotiable Paper, Contracts, Partnerships, etc. 

BUSINESS CUSTOMS aso HABITS— Lectures and practical instruction on the habitudes 
and customs of business, etc. 

LECTURES AND ORAL INSTRUCTION— On Commercial Geography, Political Economy, 
and General Busiuess subjects. 

RATE3 OK TUITION— Payable In advance. 
SCHOLARSHIP for the full Business Course as above explaiued, time unlimited. • • f 70 



Three Months, 
Oue Mouth, 



Day Sessions, 



PARTIAL 

$50 I 
20 



COURSE. 

Three Months, Evening Sessions, . - 
Oue Mouth, " " • - 



$35 
10 



ACADEMICAL COURSE. 



This dei»artment is designed for Iraparting to persons of any age thorough tnstniction in the ordi- 
nary English branches, such as Spelling, KeaJiug. Writing, Arithniotic, Grammar, Composition, 
Letter Writing, History, etc., and the general Matheumticul braiichi-s. such as higher Aritbmc tic, 
AJgebra, Geometry, Mcustiration. Surveying, Civil Engineering, Navigation, etc. 
Rates of Tuition: One Mouth, ■iYl; Three Mouths, $30. 

COMBINED COURSE. 

It is frequently desirable for students pursuing the regular Busineci Coiune to combine with It 
Spelling and English Grammar, or some other studies of the Academical Course. Whsre the 
studies of the two courses are combined, the charge i>er term of six mouths, payable in advance, 

SPECIAL BRANCHES. 

Persona desiring to study only some particiUar l^ranch, as Cusiries.s or Ornamental Penmanship, 
Arlthmetfc, etc.. can eater the Cullego fur such branch upon very reasonable terms. 

TELEGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT. 

The course In \M% department includes everything that will make students proficient In tha Art of 
Telegraphy — soui ' i.r operating, settiiig-uo of instnaneiius. niauagemeut of batteries, use of 

switches and gro .to. The fjcilities are sucU as will enable ladies and gentLmeu to learu 

Telegraphy, pract. . l thoroughly, in the shortest possible tiuie. 

Kalis of Tuition: Three months, i!25; Six months, $40. 
Student* of the Coimucrcial or Academical Departments will be charged the following rates: 
Three months, $15 ; Six months, )^. 




»0 VACATIONS. I!A7 AKI ETIKISa SESSIONS I)7BI^} TBS EITTISE 7EA3. 



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ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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Tlie Hibemia Savinfs d Loan Society. 



Office 



IXCORPORATGD 18th April, 1859. 

N. E. Corner Montgomery and Market Streets 



The objects for which this Association Is formed are, that by Its operations the depotltors thereof may be 

enabled to find a 

Secure and Profitable Investnient for Small Savings, 

And borrowers may have an opportunity of obtaining from It the use of a moderate capital, on giving 
good and sufficient security for the use of the same. 



OFFICERS^. 



Pbesident M. D. SWEENY 

V1CE-PBE8IDENT C. D. O'SULLIVAN 



Treasurer.... EDWARD MARTIN 

Attorney RICHARD TOBIN 



Any person can become a depositor of this Society on paving an entrance fee of TWO DOLLARS, 

and subscribing to the By-Laws. 

Deposits can be made ot any sum, from ONE DOI<IiAR to any amount. Iioans made 
on security of Real Estate ^vitliin the city and county. 

SACRED HEART COLLEGE. 



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TERMS.— Preparatory Department, per quarter, In advance, ^ and Se ; Intermediate Department, per quarter, in 
advance, 88 and 310; Commercial Department, per quarter, in advance, SlO and 3l5; Collegiate Department, per quarter. 
In advance, 815 and 32O; Piano and Organ, $15; Violin, Flute, Guitar nud Clarionet, 812; Drawing, SlO; Banking Depart- 
ment, 82.50: Telegraphy and Phonography. $10. Lunch may be had at the College at an additional charge of 81O per 
quarter. No extra charge for the study of the French, German and Spanish languages. For further particulars apply to 

BBO. OBNEBERN, Director, 

Comer of Eddy and Larkin SU. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 






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OFFICE, 532 CALIFORNIA ST. 

Gor-xxerr of x/veToTo, - - Sa.zx X*x>ct.xxolsoo, Oa.1. 



Guarantee Capital and Reserve Fund, paid in $454,209.17 

Amount Deposits held $9,958,343.74 



T>II^ECTOI^S, 



JAMB $ DeFREBIKRY, President; ALBERT SIILLER, Vice-President; C. ADOLPHE 
LOW, CHARLES BAUM, ERWIN J. CRANE, WASHINGTON BARTLETT, 
CHARLES PACE, DANIEL E. MARTIN, ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Sen. 



Cashier and Secretary, 



LOVELIi WHITE 



Surveyor 

Accountant 



. . . JOHN ARCHBALD. Auditor THEODORE LOESSEL 

J. A. LANGSTROTH. Attorney HENRY C. CAMPBELL 



THE 



Gmai SaiiuJ M SicMf. 



No. 526 California St. 



OfHce Hours from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Extra Hours on Saturdays fron 7 to 8 P. M. 

for receivings of Deposits only. 

Loans lade on Real Estate and otter collateral Securities, at cnrrent rates ol interest. 



L. GOTTIG President 

F. ROEDING Vice-President and Cashier 

GEORGE LETTE Secretary 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. XIX 



Bank of British North America 

ESTABLISHED IN 1836. Incorporated by Royal Charter. 

PAID UP CAPITAL £1,000,000. 
HEAD OFFICE, - - - CLEMENT'S LANE, LONDON, ENGLAND. 

San Francisco Ageney, 

Mo, 9M SMME&MB STBBET, 



Commercial Credits Issued. 

For use in Europe, China, Japan, the East Indies, South America and Australia. 

Demand and Time Bills of Exchange, payable in London and elsewhere, bought and 
sold at current rates ; also Telegraph Transfers. 

Demand Drafts on Scotland and Ireland ; also on Canada, New York, British Columbia 
and Oregon, and on the Chartered Mercantile Bank at Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yokohama. 

Bills collected and other Banking Business transacted. 

A. McKINLAY, Agent. 

BANKING HOUSE 

OZP 

LAZARD FR]^RES 

305 Sansome St., San Francisco. 

liOXDON OFFICE, . . Liazard Bros. & Co., - - 60 Old Broad Street, E.C. 
PARIS OFFICE, ... Lazard Frerea «& Cie, - - 10 Rne Ste CecUe. 

NEW YORK OFFICE, - Lazaid Freres, - - _ 65 Pine Street. 



PRINCIPAL CORRESPONDENTS: 

LONDON Union Bank of London. DUBLIN The Munster Bank (limited). 

FRANKFORT, A. M . . . Gebriider Schuster. ROME Ant. Cerasi. 

HAMBURG Ferdinand Jacobson. GENEVA A. Cheneviere & Co. 

BERLIN Wm. Rosenheim k Co. BASLE Les fils d'Isaac Dreyfus. 

BAYONNE J. Gommes & Cie. 

VIENNA Societe I. & R. Autrichienne de credit pour le Commerce et I'lndustrie. 

AMSTERDAM Amsterdamsche Bank. 

SHANGHAI, BOMBAY, CALCUTTA Agency of the Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris. 

YOKOHOMA and HONGKONG Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. 



H-IB 0:BI"V7'IS33. 



EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND SOLD, and LETTERS OF CREDIT granted, available In the United States. 

Europe, China, Japan and India. Commercial paper discounted, advances made on 

approved collaterals, and a general banking business transacted. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




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2 1 2 Battery Street, - - - San Francisco, 

ROBERT RODGERS & CO., Liverpool, 



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Agents Sea Insurance Company 



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208 California Street, 



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^©j^t© ^4.m©^l@am ®"®gai M©tla©tFe 



OFFICE IN NEW YORK, 42 CEDAR ST. 



Liberal -A.d.vancefe made on Consignmeiits, 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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206 Sansome St., - - San Francisco 



Apnts for tlie Tang-Tze Insnrance Association, Skamliae, anl Nortl 
CMna Insurance Comany, and 

HONaKONa LINE OF SAILING PACKETS. 



J. Antonio Salazab. ) 
Rafael Gallegos. ) 



Eduabdo Montealegbe. 



f J. M. MONTEALEGBE, JB. 

( MAiruEL Monte ALEQBE. 



MONTEALEGRE & CO. 



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XXll SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 








Agency, - - - - No. 319 California Street, S. F. 

Kotlce l8 hereby given that arrangements have been entered Into between the 

ROVAL MAIL STEAM PACKET COBIFANIT 

AND THE 

For the forwarding of treasure to the Bank of England and to the Dank of France, and 
Hamburg, by the steamships of the two Companies, under through bills of lading, for 
delivery at destination by the Packets of the Royal Mall Steam Packet Co. 

The following Steamships of the R. M. S. P. Co. leaTe Asplnwall for the West Indies 
and Southampton, caUIng at Cherbourg, France, to land paesengerg, on the 6th and 22nd 
of each month. 

B£GISTEBED TONNAGE. HOBSE POWEB. 

^^^A. 3,805 60'» Captain I. T. Moir, 

^OX 3,805 600 «« R. Woodward. 

MEDWAY 3,687 600 '♦ R. Revltt. 

MOSELJLE 3,a5a eO") " C. Taylor. 

ND^ a,994 600 " a. Bruce. 

RETURN TICKET.", available for twelve months. Issued at a reduction of 25 per cent. 
.«• H *^*'?P"'?,y.."'*? dispatches an E.xtra Steamer from Asplnwall on the 2.3d of each month, for Bremen, which 
affords great facilities to shippers of cargo for Bremen and Hamburg. 
_ Through First Class tickets are Issued from San Francisco to Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, at $200 U. S. 

For further particulars, etc., apply to the Company's Agent, 




First Premium Awarded wherever Exiiibited. Fair of Mechanics' Institute, 1865-8. State Fair, 1868- 



[ESTABLISHED 1856.] 



Steam Coffe e and Spice Mills 

CHARLES BERNARD, 

MANTTFACTTTBEB AND DEAI.EB IN 
ALWAYS ON HAND 

Roast and Ground Coflee and tSpices of all kinds, 

— ALSO — 

SALARATUS, CREAM OF TARTAR, CARBONATE OF 
SODA AND BAKING POWDER. 

No. 707 and 709 Sansome Street, 

Corner of Gold, bet. Jackson and Pacific. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



ADVERTISING DEPABTMENT. 



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MERCHANTS, 



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stlifoz'n.i^. Stx'oot: 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



H. M. NEWHALL. 



G. PALACHE. 



H. M. NEWHALL & CO. 







Salesroom, Fire-Proof Brick, 

309,311 and 313 Sansome St. 



REGULAR SALE DAYS: 

MONDAY AND THURSDAY— Catalogue Sale of Boots, Shoes, Cloth- 
ing-, Hardware, Fancy Goods, Etc. 

WEDNESDAY— Catalogue Sale of Dry Goods, Silks, Embroideries, 

French Goods, Etc. 



CASH ADVANCES ON MERCHANDISE FOR SALE. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



SEUI SMETE Ai LEAD CO, 

Office 416 Montgomery St., - - San Francisco. 



FEllMlIil SSlfiS¥t i-cij^©iimt©mi©mte 



BASE BULLION, LEAD AND SILVER ORES PURCHASED 

-•GOLD AND SILVER BARS TAKEN FOR REFINING.*- 

Also Manufacturers of 

LEAD PIPE, SHEET LEAD, SHOT, BABBIT METAL, 



H. B. IJNDERHIIili , Jr., Secretary. 



A. J. RALSTOX, President. 



F.M.TRU WORTHY, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




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318 FRONT STREET,* > 

(Corner Commercial.) 



STENCIL BRUSHES, INKS AND CUPS. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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OF CALIFORNIA. 



Amount of Capital Stock paid up in Cash, 



$200,000.00 



IDII^ECJTOI^s 



W. W. DODGE, of W. W. Dodge & Co., Merchants. 

8ELDEN S. WRIGHT, Attorney at Law. 

FRANK EASTMAN, Printer. 

CLAXJS SPRECKELS, President Cal. Sugar Refinery. 

C. TURNER, of Bay City Soda Works. 

A. W. JEE, Merchant. 

PETER DEAN, Capitalist. 

JOHN H. WISE, of Christy & Wise, Merchants. 

C. J. DEERING. Merchant. 

LEVI STEVENS, of Stevens, Baker & Co., Merchants. 

CHARLES MAIN, of Main & Winchester, Merchants. 



GEORGE L. BRADLEY, Capitalist. 

A. Y. TRASK, Alarine Surveyor. 

A. BOCQUERAZ, Shea, Bocqueraz& McKee, Merch'ts. 

A. RIDER. 

W. L. ELLIOTT, U. S. A. 

E. M. ROOT, of Root & Sanderson, Merchants. 

D. H. HASKELL, C. P. R. R. 

L. CUNNINGHAM. 

H. B. UNDEBHILL, S. P. B. R. 

ROB'T McKEE.Shea, Bocqueraz & McKee, Merchants. 

H. J.MeMUBRAY. 



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CHAS. A. LATON. Secretary. 



Francisco, No. 405 California Street. 

JOHN H. WJSE, President. 



13^ ROYAL OF LIVERPOOL'^ 



ESTABL.IS>Hi:i> 1845. 



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NORWICH UNION 



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ESTABIilSHED 1797. 






ANB LANCASHIRE 



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Combined Assets and Capita', $28,000,000.00 

Losses paid here immeiliately on ailjiistineiit, in U. S. GOLD COIN. 



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General Agents, 
4SO C-A-LIFORlSriA. STREET. 



XXVI SAN FRANCISCO DIBECTORY. 



MARINE AND FIRE 



The California Insurance Co. 

OFFICE NO. 318 CALIFORNIA ST., 

One door East from Sansome, SAN FRANCISCO, CAI* 



CAPITAL PAID UP (IN GOLD), - - - - . $300,000 
ASSETS, 560,704 



Tmm @E,MMBF OF ^E^£c WMM M(Q€^Ec&. 



C. T. HOPKINS, President. L. L. BROMWELL, Vice-President. 

Z. CROWELL, Secretary. E. T. BARNES, Assistant Sec'y. 







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OF HAMBURG. 



CAPITAL, - - - - $1,125,000 

GEO. MARCUS & CO., Agents, 

804 CALIFORNIA STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 



ITirXSlMCH c£ GO. 

Iqorters, l\\]pi iii hmim Mercliaiits, 

Brittan's Building, 109 CALIFORNIA ST., San Francisco, Cal. 



Agents Moodyville Sawmill Co. (limited) Burrard Inlet, B. C. 



REPRESENTED liY ' 

ANDREW WELCH <fc CO., . - _ 10 Tower Chambers, Liverpool, Eng, 

WELCH, RITHET & CO., . . . ^ . . Victoria, BrltUh Columbian 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. XXVll 



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liorters i CiBioi MercMits 



-AGENTS FOR- 



NORTH GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. - - n OF HAMBURG 
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS' AGENCY ... OF NEW YORK 
DANUBE IMPERIAL ROYAL PRIVILEGED AUSTRIAN INSURANCE CO. 

(Marine Branch) - OF VIENNA 

HAMBURG-AMERICAN PACKET CO. - WEST INDIA LINE 



OFFICE 



209 Sansome St., . . . San Francisco. 

Hdvetia Swiss Tiro ImrancsCompaiij 

OF ST- G^^%.LL. 

CAPITAL, $2,000,000 

Losses Promptly Paid in U.S. Gold Coin. 



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(COMBINED.) 



^ BELOISE. HELVETIA. SWITZERLAND. 



CAPITAL, $4,000,000 

1^" These three Companies are hable jointly and severally for all Losses that may be sustained. '^Q 



Office, 2S5 SanBonie Street, (Fireman"* Fund BalldlniTt) 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



(INCORPORATED 1799.) 





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Insurance Company 

Of Providence, R. I. 



CASH CAPITAL, - 
ASSETS, January 1st, 1880, 



$400,000.00 
- $664,823.02 



J. H- IDE -^J^OHi-F, I>I?,ESIIDE1STT. 






Haitai-Iagfleliiiri Fire Iiisiiraiice Coipafly 



ASSETS Home Office, Jan. 1, 1880, - - - - $917,221.95 

DEPOSIT in the State of New York, and in the 
hands of Trustees for the protection of Policy- 
holders in the United States - - - $449,539.40 



All RlMkn accepted b.v (hl» Company are participnted in b.v three of the larirent German 

Fire Insurance C'onipanieH. renreiicntinK an asirreKate Capital 

and MurpluH of 64,000,000 narlcH, or 



8 1 6,000,000 



U. S. Gold Coin 







(MARINE DEPARTMENT.) 
IWX.^^GrX3X3:]BX7Z1.0. 



ASSETS, January I, 1879, 



81,717,971.71 



GUTTE & FRANK, General Agents, 

80T CALIFORNIA STREET, --_-.-. SAN FRANCISCO 

All Losses promptly paid here in U. S. GOLD COIN, as soon as claims are adjusted. 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



XXIX 



PHILADELPHIA 



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Corner Second and Folsom Streets, 

The Amount of Beer Sold during the year 1879, was 45,034 Barrels ! 



I take, the present opportunity of thanking my Friends and Customers for the liberal 

support heretofore extended to the 

PHILADELPHIA BREWERY 

And notify them that I have added to my establishment 

By which I hope, through the greatly increased facilities now possessed 
by me, to furnish, as usual, a 

Superior Article of Lager Beer 

That shall not only equal that preyiouslg furnished by me, but convince them that I ajn 
determined to merit their continued patronage and support. 

JOHN WIELAND. 



XXX SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

H. L. DODGE. L. H. SWEENEY. J. B. BTJOOIiES. 

DODGE, SWEENEY & CO. 

Importers, Wholesale Provision Dealers 

AND — 

Nos. 114 and 1 16 Market St., and I I and 13 California St. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Sole agents for Libby, McNeill & Llbby's Cooked Corned Beef, Pig's Feet and Tongues. H. M. Dupee's Chicago Hams. 

P. O. BOX 1242. 

J. B. WOOSTEB. C. P. HUBBELL. D. D. SHATTUCK. 

wooster, hubbell & co. 
Commission Merchants, 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 
PROVISIOIVS, BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC., ETC. 

Nos. 317 and 319 Front St., 310, 312 and 314 Commercial St., • • SAN FRANCISCO. 

P. O. BOX 2203. 

FEANCISCO DANEBI. HENEY CASANOVA. 

— DEALEBS IN — 

Wines, Liquors andGroceries, 

NO. 504 FRONT STREET, 

Between Jackson and "Washington, San Francisco. 

A. D. 8TABB. A. "W. STAKE. A. BANNISTEE. 

STARR <& CO. 

Proprietors STARR MILLS, Valiejo, 

Shipping and Commission Merchants 

16 CALIFORNIA ST., SAN FRANCISCO, 
20 Bruns-wick Buildings, Liverpool 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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115 Pine street, - - - -• 

Sole Agent lor tlie Pacific Coast lor 

DUPONT'S CANNON, fflDSKET, BLASTING, MININIxIl SPORTING 



San Francisco. 



BAGLB SAFETY FUSE 



NEVER FAILING BRANDS OF FUSE 

Viz : Triple Tape, Double Tape, Single Tape ; Cement No. 2, Cement No. 1 ; 
Hemp, TVaterproof and Submarine. 



H^INCHESTER REPEATING ARMS GO'S 



SPORTING RIFLES, CARBINES AND MUSKETS 



Ifletnlllc Cartridges, both Central and Rim Fire, for all kinds of Rifles and Pistols. Brass and Paper 
Sliotsrun SItellN, Unloading Tools, Primers and parts of arms. 



ATKINS MA8SET. 



N. YUNG 



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UNDERTAKERS 

651 Sacramento Street, 



First house below Kearny, 



SAN TEANOISOO, OAL. 




BARSTOW'S AND OTHER METALLIC CASKETS 

Always on hand. Everything in our line ^xrill be furnished on the 

most liberal terms. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



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FIRST PREMIUM 



WINI-MILLS iNS HOESE-FOIRS, 

For all purposes, such as Pumping Water for Irrigation. Watering Stock. Chopping Feed. Churn- 
ing, Sawing Wood. Running Machinery for Manufacturing, Mechanical or other purposes. 



THE ECONOMY. 



Tlie Simplicity and Perfection of tliese Slacliines 

is tlie result of 30 years' experience 

in California. 




K7- Wind-MiUs, Borse-Pcwers and Pump* of all kinds Repaired promptly. -8» 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



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The Manufacture of PampiniT Machinery has been our specialty for the past thirty years. We i 
i-ioneer ana largest manufacturer In this line on the Patinc Coa^t, and we sav, without the U-ast f<-ar of succoRcfi 
tradlction^that for BEAITY, SI3II»1,ICITY, CO>VE>IEXCK. OIKABILITY and ECOK4 



are the 

sful con- 

ECOJiOMY, 

MTrfH4VT^.«.Tvu^Ta-?-^^ ¥*?.?**,!?****'*• '^^'^ '"'^■« receive.] all the FJIi.ST I'M£MJUMS awarded by the 
f,;^^^?;^..,. ifli?-^JJ *- ^5 *•' '^''' ^^y' ^ *""■ ''"'^' f'^'' ^^^ P"*"' t*" years, and every time previous when we exhibited 

in competition with OtherB. for Whlrh we hnvp nnr TUnlr.maa tn shnnr 



the»e Machlnew 



1 competition with others, for which we have our Diplomas to show. 

Dice aid Factory, No. 9 Beale St., near Market. 



W- 1- TUSTIN. 



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SAN FBANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



mm wmwL m eoese-h worn 



H. H. BODWELL, - 



- Proprietor. 



(SucvcHSOr to AT^VOOD A BOI>WEIiI<,) 



211 and 213 Mission Street, 



San Francisco, Cal, 




Excelsior, Stover, ai Excelsior ImproTeil WiM-Mills. 

Little Giant, Excelsior am Farmers' Horse-Powers. 

Wind.lVlill Pumps, Water Tanks, Etc. 



N. B.— Noiseless Deep Well Pumps a specialty. We are the largest manufacturers 
of the above machinery on the Pacillc Coast, havltg made It a specialty for many years. 
Send for Price List and Circulars. 



EXCELSIOR 

'Wind-Mill. 




LITTLE GIANT (Two Horses.) 



DIXON & BERNSTEIN, 

Show Case Maiufactueers 



SAN FRANCISCO. 




N. B. — The above Cut represents our ne-w style Metal Comer 



Case. 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



XXXY 



MYERS' KOUMISS 

The Great Russian Alimentary Remedy for Consumption, Bronchitis, 

Dyspepsia, Diabetes, Chlorosis, Anemia and other 

Debilitating and Nervous Diseases. 

^^^ ^B^ ^^ "^^ ^^M" '5^M' ^S ^1 3E=K jm^ -mLM t 

MAKUFACTVKER OF 

No. 610 Guerrero Street, San Francisco. 

• MYERS' HOUmiSiS Is the article that has obtained such great reputation throughout this coast, and Is 
recommended and used by Alil. liEADIXG PH\"S1CIA]VIS. Always order a CHAMPAOUTE TAP for 
each patient, as the bottles CAJTNOT BE OPENED WITUOUT OKE. 

PINTS, delirered in the city (bottles returned) per doz. $3 00 

QUARTS, " " " " 6 00 

PINTS, packed and shipped to the country " 3 50 

QVARTS, " " " " 7 00 

Champagne Taps of the best style always on hand from $1 00 to 5 00 

Orders accompanied with the cash promptly filled. Send tor treatise. Address 

B. S. COGGESHALL, P. 0. Box 2293, or 610 Guerrero Street, San Francisco 

N. B.— Be-n-are of Impositions. None Oennine bnt IHyers' Koumiss. 









And Myers' Horizontal and Spherical Penstock, 

AND AIil4 MILL GEARING SPECIALLY ADAPTED TO OUR WHEELS, 




Flour, Saivj and Q,uartz Mill 
Furnishing Goods. 



The oslt Water Wheel receiving 
Three First-Class Premiums at the Cen- 
TENViAL. A large stock of all sizes of wheels 
always on hand. Extra sizes furnished at 
short notice. 



Prices Less vm. Eastern and Frelslit. 




SEND FOR MY NE"W IlililTSTRATED 

W^heel Book for IS'TQ and 1S80 



No agency without my authority. All infringers of my rights 
■will be dealt -with according to la-w. Address 



217 FREMONT STREET, - ----- OR P. O. BOX 2293 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Patented Apeil 1, 1873. 



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SAN FKANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



IRA P. KANKIN. 



A. P. BKAYTON. 



PACIFIC IRON WORKS, 

First and Fremont Sts., between Mission and Howard, San Francisco, Cai. 




ESTABLISHED IN 1860. 



RANKIN, BRAYTON & CO. 

MANDFACTDBEB8 OF 

ENGINES and BOILERS, Marine and Stationary, PUMPING, HOISTING and MINING Machinery, 

including Batteries, Amalgamating Pans and Settlers, Concentrators, Ore 

Feeders, Crushing Rolls and Rock Breakers. 

Also, WATER JACKKT SME1.TI1VG FURNACES, for Reducing: Lead, Silver and Cop- 
per Ores; Q,ulcksllvcr Furnaces; Retorts and Condensers} ROASTING and 
CHLORODIZIXG FURNACES; Suffar MUl Macliinery; Propeller 
and Steamboat Eng^lnes, Water Wheels, etc., all of the 
latest and most approved construction. 

Ag:ents for the Allen Encfiue Governor, Bailey Air Compressor, Ho^rell's Improved 

White Furnace, Wlieeler Ore Breaker, Walker's Compound Steam 

Pumps, etc. ; Bruckner Cylinder Furnaces. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



XXXVU 



FultoE Foundry and Iron Works 

HINCKLEY, SPIERS & HAYES. 



(Snccessors to HincMey & Co., and McAIee, Spiers & Co. ) 



OFFICE: 
WORKS: 



213 FREMONT STREET, above Howard 
FREMONT AND HOWARD STREETS 



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'x*A.za.cxs(co, 



■ MANITFACTUBEBS OF 



STATIONARY AND MARINE 

ENGINES AND BOILERS 

SUGAR MACHINERY, 

Mining, Mill and Pumping Machinery, and all kinds of Iron Work 

and Castings. 



PACIFIC ROLLIiC MILL COMPAM 




CAPITAL STOCK, $1,000,000. 



Established for the manufacture of Railroad and Merchant Iron, Eolled Girders, and 
every variety of Rolled and Hammered Shafting, Railroad Supplies, Forgings of all kinds, 
Horse Shoe Shapes, Machine and Bridge Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Boiler Rivets, Harrow 
Teeth, etc., etc. 

Office : 16 First Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Orders addressed to PACIFIC ROIiI,I9r« mil^I. CO., P. O. Box 2038, will have Imme- 
diate attention. 



HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON. 



President, - 
General Manager, 



Wm. Atvord. Superintendent, 
L. B. Benchley. Secretary, • 



Patricl( Noble. 
Charles M. Keeney. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIEECTORY. 



GOLDEN STATE AND MINERS' 

IRON WORKS 



WALES L. PALMER, Pres't. 

MANUFACTURE 



I. W. KNOX, Sec'y. 



Castings and Machinery 

or all kinds, at greatly Reduced Rates. 



STEVENSON'S PATENT MOULL-BOARD AMALGAMATORS,: 



:GOLDEN STATE SUCTION AND PRESSURE BLOWERS. 



Nos. 237 to 257 First St., San Francisco. 




CORNER FREMONT AND NATOMA STREETS. 

AGENT FOR THE WASHINGTON GAS AND WATER PIPE CO., BOSTON. 



MANUFACTUBER OF • 



CHURCH BELLS.I 

FARM BELLS, 
STEAMBOAT BELLS, 

BELLS AND QONOS, 
BRASS OASTINOS OF ALL 

KINDS, 
FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS, 
HOSE COUPLING?, 
ENGINEERS' FINDINGS 
OF ALL KINDS. 




BABBITT METAL, 

W]ATER GAUGES ANlD 

SCOTCH GLASS TUBES 

FOR STEAM BOILERS, 

STEAM GAUGES, 

MAGNETIC GAUGES, 

STEAM COCKS AND 
VALVES OF ALL DES- 
CRIPTIONS, 

STEAM TVHISTLES. 



Hydraulic Pipt-a and Nozzleg for Sllnlni; Purposes. Iron Pipe ivith Fitting^s, 

GARRATT'8 IMPROVED JOURNAL METAL. 

MannfUctnrer of Hooker's Celebrated Steam and Double Acting Pumps 



ADVERTISING DEPAETMENT. 



XXXIX 



California Brass and Bell Foundry 



125 PIEST ST., 

Opposite Minna. SAN FRANCISCO 



WEED&KINGWELL 



AGENTS FOR 



Eureka Lubricator 

BRASS COMPOSITION, 



ZBVC AND BABBITT METAl, 
CASTINGS. 



l^"Bras6 Ship Work of all kinds, Spikes, 
Sheathiug Nails, Rudder Braces, Hinges, 
etc. Also, Church and Steamboat Bells 
and Gougs. 

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

Hydraulic Pipes and Nozzles, and Hose 
Couplings and Connections. 





JOHN R.SIMS 



IRON SHUTTERS & GIRDERS 



bkidgeVork 



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PLm&ORNAMEMaL 
IRON WORK 




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Stoop&AeraRailiTig 



iURGUR-PROOF BANK VAULTS & SAFES 




Nos. 123 and 125 BEALE ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



xl SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



IB 1=1.0 "WIS I_.I_."S 

Patent Chimneys 



•AND 



Axe tlie only Cliiiuneys where Band« and Fllllngr can be used to make a Smoke and 
Air-Tight Joint, and with Iron Rod»« or Strapped to the Building. 



The U. S. Circuit Court has granted me a perpetual injunction against L. E.. Clawson 
and Jos. S. Brown. All persons are cautioned against using any improvement in Sectional 
Chimneys patented by me. 

Browell'n Patent Chimneys can be placed In any part of the honse, or attached to the ont<<1de of any 
building, with perfect safety. 

They are now in use in the best bnildings of San Francisco and Oakland, and have been highly approved and 
recommended by the Board of SupervisorB, and by the leading architects of the State. 

They are made of Fire Clay, without brick or mortar. >'o decay to them, no danger, no repairing, no dirt, no 
trouble, perfect ventilation, and are cheap, light, and portable ; are Fire and Earthquake proof. 



ALL SIZES, FOR SALE. 



State and County Rishtit for Sale In every State and Territory, except California. 

Apply by letter or In person to the Patentee, 



3". :on.o-w^ 

OoxiLtir^totoz* a^xici IBxxilciez" 

442 JACKSON ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

And laOO BROADWAY, -__------ OAKL.AND 



FOR FULL DESCRIPTION SEE CIRCULARS. 



THOMAS PE.^JDERGA.ST. JAMES I'ENHERGA.ST. 



PENDERCAST, SMITH & CO. 

MANUTACTCBEBa OF 

IRON CASTINGS AND MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS 

Bole Manufacturers of O. 'W. VHilte's Patent Rotary Furnace and Dryer, for 
redaolng Oold, Silver and Quicksilver Ores. 



217 Fremont Street, - - Bet. Howard and Folsom 

SAN rH.\NCISCO, CAL. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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II 



HEiCE OKE FEEili 



Awarded First Premiums at 10th and 12th Industrial Fairs of the Mechanics' Institute. 




Cor. Freioiit and Mission Sts., San Francisco, 

PATENT ORE CONCENTRATORS 

BATTERY ORE FEEDERS, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, MACfflNISTS' TOOLS, 

Quartz and Saw Mill Machinery, 

Dealer in all kinds of Machinery. Steam Engine Governors. 



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SAN FEANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



J. W. Shaeffer & Co. 



■) tW^JV^Fa^T'^MMSS Qi^(- 







ifiifiiip; 



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mi @at m% mA^MAMMMWQ) MEl^f • 



MMW> W^WiM.^&t^^&9 




Constantly on hand, a Large and Complete Assortment of 

MANILA CORDAGE 

Whale Line, Bale Rope, Tarred Manila Rope, Etc. 



MANUFACTURED FROM 



Sisal Rope, all Sizes. 



Office at TUBBS & CO., 61 I and 613 Front St. 

MANUFACTORY AT THE POTRERO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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A. M. JEWELL. 



C. A. HOOPER. 



G.W. HOOPER. 



H. I JEIEII I CO. 



MANTFACTTJEEBS OP 




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— AKD — 



.A.ISO9 all liind-s of House vfl 

j/i 1:1 

Flnisfai. 



FACTORY AND OFFICE: 




Berry Street, iDetTV^eeii Th.ird. and. Fourth 



SEND FOR CATALOGUE OF MOULDINGS AND BRACKETS. 




Steel Peis 



THE MOST POPULAR PENS IN USE. FOR SALE BY ALL STATIONERS 

Leadingr Namberg: 048, 14, 130, 333, ICl. 



The Esterbrook Steel Pen Co. 

WOEKS, OAMDEH, W. J. IVE^V YOItK. 

INDIA RICE MILL, 

VOMNEM MISSION A WD FREMONT STS, 



IS-AJX^" lPZ1^^^3>a'OZSOC>. 



WM. M. GREXSNWOOD, 



Proprietor, 



Xliv SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 

HATS AND HAT MATERIAL 

Wfe®l©sal© ami Setailj 
653 AND 655 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO. 



J. C. MEUSSDORFFER &.SON 



IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF 



Hatter's Plushes, 

And everything requisite for the {Manufacture of Hats, 



J. C. Meussdorffer'a thirty year's experience in San Francisco, and extensive connec- 
tions in Europe and the East, enables us to be in constant receipt of the choicest qualities 
and latest styles. 

Our stock is the largest and most select, and our facilities superior to any other house 
on this Coast. 

Dealers who buy on short time, or for cash, will find it greatly to their advantage to 
favor us with a call at 

MS ^MB @SS MmsmEW Btbeet^ 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Agents for the Pacific Coast of 

R. DUNLAP & GO'S CELEBRATED HATS 



ADVERTISmG DEPARTMENT. xlv 

J. BLOOM. E. KOHNSTAMM. J. STRAUS. 

STRAUS, KOHNSTAMM &, CO. 

(Sac«ea«orB to HEIiBIDTO & STRAUS,) 

IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN 



P 



China and Glassware, Catlery, Lamps, Chandeliers, Silver-Plated 
and Britannia Ware, Looking Glasses, Majolica Yases, Etc. 

102 and 104 Battery Street, corner Pine St., 

''1577**'^ SA.1V FK.A1VC1SCO. 

TABER, MARKER & CO. 



OMLT IMPORTERS OF THE CELEBRATED 

"I.X.L." "P.T.& Co." " Harp "and "Railroad" 
Brands of Japan Teas, 

Nos. 108 and 110 CAL.IFORIIfIA STREET, - . SAN FRANCISCO. 

LETTERS TO US BY MAIL SHOULD HAVE P. 0. BOX 519 ON THE ENVELOPE. 



A. S. ROSENBAUM & CO. 

IMPOKTEBS OF FIXE "RATVAISA. 

Cigars, Tobacco, Etc 

AM Sale Agents for YarDrongli's Toliacco anil tlie CeleDrated Peacl Cake Navy ToDacco, 

S. E. COR. CALIFORNIA AND BATTERY STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. 

No. 163 Water Street, New Tork. 



ROTHSCHILD & EHRENPFOET, 

Wholesale Candy Manufacturers, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NUTS, ETC., 

408 CliAY STREET, bet. Sansome and Rattery, SAN FRANCISCO. 
STEAM CANDY FACTORY, 408 CLAY STREET. 



Xlvi SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



mmnL®m^ffi ©ilffiffip Si®p®i 



Retail Dealer in the Finest Brands 



HAVANA CIGARS, 

MEERSCHAUM PIPES, ETC. 

Junction of MARKET and POST Streets, and Southeast Corner FIFTH and MARKET Streets. 



GEO. M. WOOD & CO. 

Dfis»rs,Eipffirs,Plate Friers, Die Slers, SM Cite 

AND DEALERS IN PINE STATIONERY, 

And Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers In Stencil Tools and Stock, Key Check Dies, and Stock & Lyon's Head Seal 

Presses, Copper Plate Ink, Card Plates, Stencil Alphabets, and Figures, and a splendid assortment of 

superior hand-plated Door Plates, constantly on hand and for sale cheap. 

120 POST STREET, above the White House, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

TO ORDEB.— Cards elegantly Printed, Written and Engraved. Fine Stencil Name Plates cut in Boman, German 
Text, Old English ; also engraved In Writing Style. Steel Name Stamps, Brass Electrotype and Bubber Stamps, Burn- 
ing Brands , Balsed Brass Work, etc., etc. 

ENQRAVED W^EDDINQ AND VISITING CARDS A SPECIALTY. 



T7VHn?ES ^FLOSt. 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN 



HARDWOOD LUMBER, 

Cabinet Woods and Veneers, 
WAGON STOCK, PLOW BEAMS and HANDLES 

Nos. 13 and 15 MAIN STEEET, 

Opposite Old Stand, ..... Near Market. 

MURRAY MCKINNIE, 

Architectural and Ornamental 

V/o o D Ca rve r . 

IRON, ZINC AND COMPOSITION ORNAMENTS. 



Southwest cor. Mission and Fremont Sts., - - SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. xlvii 

JOHN TIlJBLRTTilMlM, 

Gold ^ Silver Plater 

No. 623 SACRAMENTO STREET^ 

Between Montgomery and Kearny, - - - SAN FRANCISCO. 

Mannfactnrer »iid Importer of Coaeli and Carriage Hardware, I<anipM, etc. Hl good 
assortiuent of Carriage Iiaiups and Candles constantly on hand. Particular attention 
paid to the repairing of Carriage Iiainps. Name Plates made at short notice. A good 
assortment of ]>oor Plates and Nnmbers on hand. 

N.B.— Orders from the Country promptly attended to. 




429 Montj^omery St., - SAN FRANCISCO. 



lustraments made to order. Repaired and Carerally Adjusted. 



-i>-^cinc- 



Class Staining, Cutting, Emksing anl Designing Works 

19 FREMONT STREET, - - SAN FRANCISCD. 



Glass-Cutting, Staining, Embossing and Designing in all its brandies. Bending of 

Glass a Specialty. 

FBANCISCO DANEEI. HENEY CASANOVA. 



— DEALEBS IN — 



Wines, Liquors andGroceries, 

Nos. 37 and 39 CALIFORNIA STREET, 



Xlviii SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



WATERHOUSE & LESTER, 



IJIPORTERS OF 



Wagon Lmkr £ Carriage Finigs 

SARVEN PATENT WHEELS. 

SOLE AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST FOR 

Clark's Adjustable Carriage Umbrellas, New Haven Patent 
Adjustable Tops, and Whitney Side Bar Spring. 

AGENTS FOR 

Peters' Pal. AJjostable Leatlier Dashes, Rosenberg Si Sons' Standard Carriage Varnishes 




PIANO BODY It'ITII tVIIITNKY AiPRINCSS 

ALSO MA,NUFACTURERS OF 

WHEELS,BODIES AND GEARINGS 



Qiir Factory is located at Sacramento, where the climate is much 
more favorable for manufacturing than at San Francisco. We guar- 
antee our work to be first-class. WOOD HUB WHEELS our SPEC- 
IALTY. 



29 and 31 Fremont St., San Francisco, 

708 and 710 J ST., SACRAMENTO. 

NEW YORK OFFICE, - • 121 and 1S3 FRONT STREET 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. xlix 

The Black DiamosdCoal i&ing Go. 

STEAm AND HOrSE COALS BY THE CARGO, AND TO 

SHIPS AND DEAIiEBS. 



OFFICE, ... S. E. CORNER SPEAR AND FOLSOM 

P. B. CORNWALL, Fresident. 






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^ ^p«i^^S ^Sy ^'^^ 







CHIEF ENSINEER SPRING VALLEY WATER WORKS, 
OFFICE, . - . - . 516 CALIFORNIA STREET 



3RESIIDE1JTCE : 0-A.K:ijA.2SriD- 



WASHING AMMONIA, 

The Cheapest and Best Article for Softening Hard Water, Removing 

Grease from Clothing, etc. 



COKE-CHEAPEST FUEL! 

For Sale at the Gas Works and all Coal Yards. Also COAI< TAR. 



^lESiramr ^^ /a\ ^^]]g^ 



^JlgJE^jm Ji 



ORGAN BUILDER 

MANTJFACTCBEB AKD BEPAIBEB OF ALL KISOB OF 

€MWB€m MM® wMmEi&m @m&MMB. 



JSff'All orders to the above address will receive prompt attention.,,^! 



SAN FBANCISCO DIRECTOBY. 




On hand and 



No. 322 MAIN STREET, 



Made to Order. 



Between Folsom and Harrison 



JAS. LINFOBTH. 



W. A. KICE. 



E. W. LINFOBTH. 



Mi^@mia,, SI®® & ®@ 




(P.O. Box 2080.) 



401 MARKET ST, cor. Fremont, SAN FRANCISCO. 



AgentH for BLACK DIAMOXD Files and Horse Rasps; BL.Vl»rYER MFG. CO'S Chnrcli 

and Scbool Bells ; Fire Alarm Bella, Farm Bells, etc. ; BAR IRON and STEEL. ; 

COVl. and CABI.E CHAINS; AGRICUI^TURAI. TOOLS, 

Forks, Hoes, Rakes, Scythes, Snaths, etc 

NEWBAUER & CO. 

MANTJFACTUREBS OP 

Mi)tt@f @ltta® Mat®l' 

Our Matches are Sure, and Warranted to ^vithstand Dampness of every CUmate, and 

be food for any length oi time. 



Factory, POTRERO. Office, 217 SACRAIWENTO STREET. 

GEO. M. WETHERBEE'S 




AND BEE HIVE MANUFACTORY, 

KORBEL BROS.* MILLS, Cor. FIFTH AND BRYANT STREETS, 



ADVERTI8INQ DEPARTMENT. 



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WM. SMITH, 



lUANVFACTVRER OP 




No. 3. 



I=>^^TEiJNrT 



TTITATER CLOSETS 




No. 1. 



21 Montgomery Avenue, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



ESTABLISHED IN 1852. 



ARMES & DALLAM, 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 




Brooms, Clothes Wringers, 

Brushes, Wrapping Paper, 
Baskets, Feather Dusters, 
Matches, Pishing Tackle, 
Twines, Axe Handles, 
Cordage, Paper Bags, 
Stationery, Demijohns, 



ETC. 



ETO. 



SOLE AGENTS FOR 

HALL & WAGNER'S BLEACHING SOAP, 

''NO BRAND" PARLOR MATCHES, 

COTTON WEBBING FOR FISH NETS, 
JAPANESE PAPER OIL CLOTH, 

DAVIS' PATENT BUILDING PAPERS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Chums, Pails, Tubs, Washboards, Sieves, Barrel Covers, Butter Moulds, Zegs, 

Well Buckets, Towel Rollers, Potato Mashers, Rolling Pins, 

Step Ladders, Pastry Boards, Nest Boxes, Flour 

Pails, Brooms, Broom Handles, Etc., Etc. 



11§ mild ll¥ ]PM#MV SVUBB' 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



ADVEBTI8ING DEPARTMENT. 



m 



PHffiNIX IRON WORKS, 

Nos. IS and 20 Fremont St., near Market, San Francisco, Cal. 



ALL KLNDS OF 



FiiilNi iii MACHINE WOi^, 

Prison Cells and Eridge Work, 

Wrought Iron Girders and Beams, 

FIRE AND BURGIiAR.PROOF SAFES, 

BANK VAULTS AND BANI LOCKS, 

WROUGHT IRON DOORS I SHUTTERS 

AIL KINDS or 

House- Smith. "Worli, 

DRY AIR COMPRESSORS FOR STEAM OR WATER POWER, 

STEAM ENGINES AND HORSE-POWERS 

Made to Order. 




ESTIMATES GIVEN FOB ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY. 

JONATHAN KITTKEDG-E, Proprietor. 



THE DR. BLY ARTIFICIAL LIMBS 




without 
Lateral Motion. 



-MANTFACTtrKED BY- 



MENZO SPRING, 

No. 9 Geary Street, 

JUNCTION OF MARKET AND KEARNY. 

Where he will continue the manufacture of the " Anatomical " and the 

best of other flrst-clasB Artificial Legs ; also repairs 

Artificial Limbs of all kinds. 




Universal 
Ankle Motion 



ARTIFICIAI. ARBIS OF THE BEST KINDS AT EASTERN PRICES. 



Descriptive Circulars, Blanks for taking Measurements, with instructions and Price List, free on application, as above. 

TEUBNER ^ HOFFMANN, 




M4^ 



ENTIRE NE'W STYLE OF 




?) 



532 CALIFORNIA STREET, 

Between Kearny and Montgomery Streets, (Basement), .... SAN FRANCISCO. 
MAGIC SHO-W CASE DOOR SPRINGS. 

A large assortment of Silver, White Metal and Wood Show Cases, of the latest Improved patterns, constantly on hand. 
Old Show Cases taken In exchange. Orders by mall promptly attended to. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




OF o-A-XiI:FOI^I^^IJ^. 



GEO. A. MOORE, President. W. R. CLUNESS, Vice-Pres't and Medical Director 

E, B. MOTT, Jr., Secretary. 



R. C. CLARK, 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: 

SAMUEL LAVENSON, EDW, CADWALADER. 



DIRECTORS: 

ROBERT SHERWOOD Capitalist, San Francisco. 

SAMUEL LAVENSON Merchant, Sacramento. 

J. H. CARROLL Merchant, Sacramento. 

J. F. HOUGHTON President Hume Mutual Fire Ins. Co., San Francisco. 

R. C. CLARE Superior Judge, Sacramento. 

EDW. CADWALADER Insurance and Real Estate, Sacramento. 

GEO. A. MOORE Insurance. Sacramento. 

L. S. ADAMS Merchant, San Francisco. 

D. W. EARL Forwarding and Commission Merchant, San FganciBCO. 

M. BRYTE Dairyman, San Francisco. 

W. B. CLUNESS Physician, Sacramento. 

0HA8. N. FOX Attorney at Law, San Francisco. 

£. E. ALSIP Insurance and Real Estate, Sacramento. 



The business of The Pacific Mutual for 1879 was fully up to the general standard, 
and equal to the anticipations of its friends. It paid all maturing liabilities promptlj', and 
increased its gi-oss surplus $32,651.20; its receipts for premiums were $316,774.26; its 
interest receipts were $76,090.82; and from other sources it received $1,625.07, making a 
total income for the year of $394,490.15. The total amount paid during the year for death 
losses was $70,788.39, and for matured endowments, $132,778.42. 

With December 31st, 1879, the Company closed its eleventh year, and in so doing 
affords thk only instance on becobd in which a life insurance company in the eleventh 
year of its existence was enabled to pay its death losses from interest receipts; not only was 
this done, but in addition thereto a considerable surplus remained. 



SOMETHING NEW AND ADAPTED TO THE TIMES 



lO-^^'ST' 



A. t e 



'1 A<ZX. 



A MAXIMUM OF INSURANCE AT A MINIMUM OF COST. 

The Deposit Endowment Policy, combining in a remarkable degree the elements of 
Protection and Investment, at one rate of premium, is by far the best endowment 
proposition ever submitted to the public. 

ASK OR SEND FOR EXPLANATORY CIRCULAR. 

Our Mutual Investment Policy contains a guarantee of cash dividends, cash surrender 
value, and paid up Insurance. 

OFFICE, 512 CALIFORNIA. STREET. 



ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT. 



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THOMSON A ZSVANS, 

I 10 and I 12 Beale Street, 




BUILDERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

MACHINERY 

STEAM ENGINES— Stationary or Marine, High or Low 
Pressure, or Compound, Vertical or Horizontal. 

Mining Pumps, Hoisting Works, Safety Cages, 

Air Compressors ; Quartz Mills, Dry or Wet 

Cmsliing ; Improved Self-Oiling, Chilled 

Car Wheels and Axles, with 

protected Journals. 



SAW MILL MACHINERY, 

Slaffii, PiUeys, Haiers, Pillow Blocb, etc, TriiclL Axle Boies M Nits 

All Sizes of Standard G-as and Tube Flanges always on hand. 

SUCTION HOSE MADE TO ORDER. 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR MACHINERY FURNISHED. 




STEAM PUMPS 



FOR ALL PURPOSES. 



DOUBLE-ACTING OEEP ILL 
STEAM PUMPS. 

For Artesian Wells and 
Mines. 



REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 




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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 




O. T^^E^SJ^lVL.A^^a; 



ESTABIilSHED 1863. 



Office and Works, KING STREET, near foot of Fourth, San Francisco. 



2I»nnfacturerii of all kinds of «BEEK and BliAC'K OIiASSt^VABi:. 
and lettered bottle* furniMlied at Hliort notice. 



All kinds of Plain 



C. KTEW^MABf'S I.lIPROVE» EIiASTIC 
DEailJOHIV, (PateiiteilJanuary 26th, 1875.) By re- 
ferring to the engraving, In the foreground will be seen a 
bottle partially covered; a represents the glass, 6 the tule 
reed, and c the wicker-work. It will be seen that the 
bottle Is first covered with the tule reed— a soft elastic 
substance— forming a cushion, on which the rattan is 
•woven. By this moans the bottle is doubly protected, 
and made doubly valuable from its Immunity from break- 
age. Its advantages are so many and obvious, that It 
needs no argument to prove Its merits. Those who use 
demijohns wlU see at once the superiority It possesses 
over all other covered bottles. 




IMPROVED BOX DEMIJOHN. 

(Patented March 30th, 1875.) 
These boxed demijohns are the simplest, best and cheap- 
est in the market. They are neat In appearance, compact, 
and securely packed, and are always ready for shipment by 
any conveyance, without danger of breakage. They will 
save 50 per cent, in freight. The demijohn in the box 
being glass, cannot destroy the flavor of the liquid, and 
consequently should take the place of wooden kegs for all 
purposes. 



THE GROOVE RING FRUIT JAR. 





PORCELAIN LINED. 




This Jar has been extensively used In the East for sev- 
eral vears.and from Its simplicity of construction, cheap- 
ness'and reliability, has become one of the most popular 
]ai8 now In use. 



PATtiNTit 

\, UOW 30'- 
1353 




GENERAL REFERENCE DEPARTMENT 

SAN FRANCISCO PUBLIC^^MOT^-*-"^^'® 

CIVIC CENTER 



SffFElirciSCO DIRECTORY 

For the Year commencing April, 1880, 



EMBRACING A 



GENERAL DIEECTORY OF RESIDENTS 



AND A 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY; 



ALSO 



A DIRECTORY OF STREETS, PUBLIC OFFICES, ETC. 

AND A RELIABLE MAP OF THE CITY. 



TOGETHEB WITH 



era of the Municipal Oovernment, Societies and other Organizations, and 
a great variety of Useful and Statistioal Information, 



EXHIBITING AT A GLANCE 



THE PAST HISTORY AND PRESENT CONDITION OF THE CITY. 



TWENTY-FIEST YEAR OP PUBLICATION. 



COMPILED BT 

THE DIRECTORY PUBLISHING CO, 

Publication Office: No. 518 CLAY STREET. 



PRICE FIVE DOLLARS. 

GENERAinfEFERENCE 

SAN FRANCISCO: 

1880. 




Entered accordlDg to Act of Congresg, in the Tear 1880, tj' Painter & Co., In the office of the 
Librarian of CongregB, at 'Washington, D. C. 



J.C. 




I 




Maniifacturers and Importers of 



HATS AID HAT MATEIIALS. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

6S3 gtud 6SS ivlstrl^et St., 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



PREFATORY. 



The number of references contained in the present volume of the San Francisco Directory, 
including the Register of Names from page 77 to page 967 and Supplementary Names from 
page 69 to page 76 is one hundred and nine thousand five hundred and forty, being a small 
increase of the number contained in the Directory of 1879. It has been customary in former 
volumes to give an estimate of the population, based on the number of names obtained by the 
Directory canvassers, but the near approach of the time when the Federal Census will be 
taken makes an estimate this year unnecessary. It may be stated, however, that a comparison 
of the number of names published in the volume of 1879 with that of 1880 will show but little 
change in the aggregate population since our last issue, notwithstanding the decrease during 
the past year of the Chinese element, which is estimated by good authorities to be about seven 
thousand. 

The statement prepared for the State Controller by direction of the Board of Supervisors, 
giving an exhibit of financial affairs on October 6th, 1879, places the value of real estate 
at $123,114,905; improvements, $43,314,940; personal property, $50,959,491. Total, 
$217,389,336. 

The funded debt of the city June 30th, 1879, was $4,018,500; deducting the sinking fund 
on hand, $1,016,433.99, leaves the net funded debt $3,002,066.01. The rate of taxation was: 
City and County, $1.37 ; State, $0.62^. Total $1.99^. The Auditor's report gives the amount 
of demands audited during the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1879, $5,103,398.65. 

In the General Review will be found much valuable information in regard to Trade and 
Commerce, City and County Finances, Registration of Votes, Real Estate, Public Buildings, 
Hotels, Theaters, Public Parks, Water Front and Harbor Improvements, Water Supply, 
Public Schools, Colleges, Public Libraries, Manufactures, Banking, Insurance, Health of the 
City, Hospitals, etc.; also, a resume of the operations of the different Steam and Street 
Railroads and Steamship Lines, together with other data well calculated to make the volume 
a valuable book of reference in future years. But the most interesting features of this 
department are valuable contributions on the Meteorology and Climate of San Francisco from 
1851 to 1880, by Henry Gibbons, M.D. 

The Appendix contains a variety of valuable information connected with the different 
departments of the Municipal Government and the officers thereof. There will be also found 
in this department of the work a large number of references to the different organizations in 
this city, embracing lists of the Federal, State and Municipal officers, notices of local Societies 
and Associations, Churches, Military Organizations, Incorporations, etc. Attention is invited 
to a new and corrected Map of the City and County of San Francisco, which for reliability 
and beauty of execution has never been equaled on this coast, and a Street Directory, including 
the official system of numbering the buildings, thoroughly revised, and carefully compared 
with each street and locality named therein. 

The compiler respectfully tenders his thanks to Gen. James Coey, Postmaster of this city, 
for his courteous assistance during the progress of this work through the press. By his 
kindness, several thousand notices of new arrivals, removals, etc. , received at the Post Office, 
have been incorporated with the returns of the regular canvass. He would also express his 
acknowledgments for many favors extended by the different public officers, and other gentlemen 
who have been applied to for information, and to his numerous friends for their liberal 
patronage to the work. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS 5 

PROGRESS OF THE CITY 7 

Historical Review 7 

Trade and Commerce 9 

City and Countv Finances 10 

Tax Collector's Report. 10 

Treasurer's Report 11 

Auditor's Report 11 

Superintendent of Streets Report 11 

Registration of Votes 11 

Real Estate 12 

Public Buildings 14 

Custom House 14 

United States Mint and coinage, 1879 _ 14 

United States Sub-Treasury 14 

United States Appraiser's Building « 16 

Post-office and its operations, 1379 15 

United States Marine Hospital 15 

New City Hall 16 

Industrial School 17 

Honse of Correction 18 

Hotels 18 

Theaters 19 

Street Itailroads 20 

Steam Railroads 23 

Steamship Lines 25 

Ferries and Bay Steamers 26 

Water Front and Harbor Improvements 27 

Water Supply 27 

Public Squares and Gardens 28 

Public Schools 30 

Colleges and Private Schools 34 

Libraries 36 

Health of the City 38 

Hospitals 39 

Manufactures 41 

Banliing and Finance 42 

Insurance 42 

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS 43 

STREET Dl RECTI )HT 46 

BUILDINGS, BLOCKS, ETC 66 

Public Buildings, Halls 66 

Blocks, Rows, M harveg _ 67 

Places of Aniusenient 67 

Proniln(;nt I'laces _ 67 

KEY TO PUBLIC OFFICES 68 

Federal 68 

State 68 

Cltv and Countv 68 

CITY ORDINANCE— Hack and Cab Fares 68 

ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC 69 

REGISTER OF NAMES 77 

CHINESE DIRECTi >RY 968 

BUSINESS DIRECTORY 971 

Banks 977 

Consuls 1000 

Expresses 1006 

Incorporated ('ompanles 1028 

Insurance Compauies 1025 

Mining ('ompanles 1044 

Newspapers 1060 

PerlodlcalH 1050 

Packets Sailing...., .1053 

RallroadK 1061 

■Stage Lines 1068 

Steamboats Bay and River 1069 

Steamship Lines 1069 

Telegraph Lines 1074 

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT .....108:1 

Board of Supervisors 1083 

Board of Education 1083 

Cltv and Cduntv Officers 1084 

ELECTION DISTRICTS 1086 

Congressional 1086 

Senatorial and Assembly 1086 

Cltv and Countv 1087 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 1087 

FIRE ALARM AND POLICE TELEGRAPH 1087 

FIRE DEPARTMENT 1089 

Ofllcerg and Organization 1089 



PAGE. 

Expenditures. 1089 

Location of Apparatus 1089 

FIRE PATROL 1090 

FEDERAL OFFICERS 1090 

Army 1090 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 1090 

Internal Revenue 1090 

Light House Department 1090 

Custom House 1091 

United States Treasury 1092 

United States Mint 1092 

Surveyor-General 1093 

Post-offlce 1093 

STATE OFFICERS 1095 

Executive Department 1095 

Board Railroad Commissioners 1095 

Board Equalization 1095 

Board Education 1096 

Board Health 1095 

Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute 1096 

State insane .\sylum8 1096 

State Prison 1095 

STATE APPOINTEES 1095 

Harbor Commissioners ~ 1095 

NoUrles Public 1095 

Pilots 1095 

Port Wardens 1095 

COURTS 1095 

United States Circuit 1095 

United S:ates District 1096 

Supreme Court of California 1096 

Superior 1096 

Justices' 1096 

Police 1096 

CHURCHES 1096 

Baptist 1096 

Congregational 1097 

Episcopal 1098 

Evangelical Lutheran 1101 

Hebrew 1102 

Methodist 1102 

Presbyterian 1104 

Roman Catholic 1106 

Swedenborglan „ 1108 

Unitarian i _ 1108 

Universallst 1109 

Mariners 1109 

Reformed Episcopal 1109 

Second Advent Chrl.stlan H09 

Seventh Day Adventlsts 1109 

Disciples of Christ 1109 

Independent Ik-rman iio» 

Reorganized Cluirch of Latter Day Saints 1109 

Christian Brethren 1109 

Russian 1109 

Friends' Meeting llio 

Spiritualists Union .„ niO 

ASSOCIATIONS AND SiK'IETIKS. 1110 

Religious 1110 

Benevolent , mi 

Masonic Fraternity 1122 

I. (). of Odd Fellows 1124 

Temperance 1125 

I'rotcctlve 1127 

Lltcrarv. Historical, etc 1131 

Social 1134 

MILITARY 11.T8 

United States Army ii38 

National Guard of ('allfornia 1138 

Govenior's Staff. ILW 

Division Stall. 1138 

Brigade Start. 1139 

First Regiment Infantry n39 

Second Regiment Infantry 1139 

Third Regiment Infantry 1139 

First Bottallon Cavalry 1140 

First California Guard 1140 

Independent Companies 1140 

CEMETKRIES 1140 

ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT front of vol. and 1141 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAGE. 

Adams A. P„ 997 

iEtna Iron Works. xl 

Allen Wm. K. & Co 1013,1059 

American Saw Co 10ft4 

Anglo-Callfornlan Bank vlii 

Armes & Dallam Ill and 987 

Austin B. C. & Co 1075 



Baldwin Hotel 1145 and back cover 

BalzerHy. A Co xxvll 

Bandmann, Nielsen <fe Co 1041, 1059 

Bank British Columbia Ix 

Bank British North America xix 

Bancroft A. L. & Co 106 

Barnard's Business College 998 

Barr J. D 1076 

Bay City Oyster Co 116 

Belllnghnm Bay Coal Co xllx 

Bernard Charles xxil 

Black Diamond Coal Mining Co xlix 

Bodwell H. H xxxlv, and 1060 

Boesch Emile 1028 

Bonney 1081 

Booker W. Lane.. ..xxli and front cover 

Bragg Bobert 1 

Browell J xl 

Brown Charles 1147 

Buchanan & Lyall 993, 1075 

Bumham J. W. & Co 991, 1013 



California Brass Foundry xxxlx 

California Electrical Works. 979, 1007 

i2) 1048, 1049, 1051, 1067, 1074, lOSl 

California Insurance Co x.kvI 

California Medical College xv 

California Pottery 1142 

California Wire Works xll 

Capp C. S. & Co 1062 

Central Gardens Ass'n il 

Chamberlain & Robinson, 

xvi, and back of cover 
Clark George W., 

reg. of names, bottom lines 

Clark N 1065 

Clark Truman S. & Co 1026 

Coggeshall B. S. xxxv 

Collins T 981 

Commercial Insurance Co xxv 

Connelly James & Co 1013 

Continental Oil and Transportation 

Co.. 1052, and reg. of names, fop 

lines 

Cook H. N 975. 979, 1022 

Cook & Ellis 979 

Cope <fc Davis 986 

Cornwall P. B xllx 



Danerl F. &Co xlvli 

Day Thomas, 1013, 1059 and front cover 

Degen h. P 979 

Dennlston E. G 1067 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co 1142 

Dixon & Bernstein, 

xxxlv, and reg. of names, side lines 

Doane & Co back of cover 

Dodge, Sweeney & Co xxx and 278 

Duncan George & Co 972 

Dunham.Carrigan & Co 1020 



Egerton Henry C 1048, 1068 

Enterprise Mill 1003 

Eppsteln & Co 986 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co xlll 



PAGE. 

Falkner, Bell 4 Co xxv 

Figel Joseph front cover 

Filippe T. B 1073 

Firemans Fund Ins. Co., 

xlil and front cover 

Fisher J. H 1049 

Foard Lorentz 1066 

Frankenthal & Co „ 1002 

Friedhofer Paul 1022, 1145 

Fuhrman A. M 352 

Fulton Foundry xxxvU 



Gannon Peter T xlvl 

GaiTattW. T xxxvlll 

German Savings and Loan Soc xvlil 

Getleson & Landis 1029 

Gilbert & Moore (2) 1013 

Gladding, McBean <fe Co 1065 

Golden State and Miners' Iron Works 

xxxvlll 

Goldsmith W. E. <feSon 1008 

Gordon James E. <fe Co., 

lOa), and reg. of names, top lines 

Gray M reg. of names, side lines 

Gray N. & Co 1144 

Greenebaum & Co 1041 

Greenwood W. M xlill 

Gruenhagen C. H 1081 

Gundlach J. &Co., 

1049, and reg. of names, bottom lines 
Gutte & Frank xxvlll 



Hallidie A. S xll 

Hamburg-Magdeburg Fire Ins. Co., 

xxvili 

Heald's Business College 998 

Hebb A. Y 65 

Helvetia Swiss Fire Ins. Co xxvll 

Hendy Joshua xll 

Henmann C 1021 

Heynemann & Co 1006 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Soc xvll 

Hicks D. & Co., 

reg. of names, side lines 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes xxxvl! 

Hopper S. E 1014 

Huhn & Luckhardt 972 

Huntington, Hopkins <& Co 1020 

Hurley D. J 1144 



Imperial Fire Ic8..xxil and front cover 
India Rice Mill xUtl 



Jacoby Lonls xxvHI 

Jesse & Drew 1144 

Jewell A. M. & Co xlill 

Johnston William D 972 



Kallenberg Theo 1038 

King of Wm. C. James & Co., 

1021, and 1058 

KIttredge Jonathan. liil 

Knowles George B 1039 

Kohler & Frohllng front cover 

Kroger F. & Co 1067 

Kuner A 1145 



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Lazard FrSres xlx 

Linard B. R 1035 

Linforth, Ric<» & Co I 

Liverpool and London and Globe 

Ins. Co 1141 

London Assurance Corporation, 

xxli, and front cover 

London and S. F. Bank vl 

Low C. Adolphe & Co xx 

Loweree William H 1055 

Lundy T Ill 



Macdonald D. A. & Co 1003 

Macdonough J., reg. of names, top lines 

Mackintosh & Bacon 986 

Macondrav & Co xxl 

Madison & Burke 1062 

Mallon John xlvtl 

Martell John xlvU 

Marye Geo. T. & Son 986 

Massey & Yung xxxl 

Mathewson S. B. & Co 591 

Mayer Joseph xllx 

McGuIre Arthur 1068 

McKinnle Murrav ..xlvl 

McNally & Hawkins 1013 and 1059 

Mel George 1141 

Metropolitan Match Factory 1 

Meussdorffer J. C <fc Son, xllv, 1021. 

back of title and bottom edge or 

book 

Meyers Adolph 1049 

Montague W. W. & Co., 

1004, 1026, 1039, 1061, 1070, (3) 1075 

Montealegre J. G 651 

Montealegre & Cb xxl 

Morrison Jonas J., 

reg. of names, top lines 

Muller C reg. of names, bottom lines 

Myers A xxxv 

Myers' Koumiss xxxv 



Neustadter Bros. 1066 

Nevada Bank of S. F vll 

Nevada Metallurgical Works 972 

Neville & Co. (2) 974. 976, 989, 1001, 
10.52, lOM, (2) 1064, 1075, 1076, 1078 

Newbouer <Sr Co 1 

Newhall H. M. & Co xxlll 

Newman C Ivl and back of cover 

Nichols A. C. & Co 1029 

Northern Assuronce Co., 

xxil, and front cover 



Oregon Railway and Navigation Co...xt 
Orrlck 0. S 1053 



Pacific Business College 

xvl, 998, and back of cover 

Pacific Iron Works xxxvl 

Pacific Mall SS. Co W 

Pacific Mutual Life, llv and front cover 

Pacific Plating Works 1067 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co xxxvll 

Pacific Wire Works ..352 

PasqualeB 1010 

Pfennlger John 1028 

Phelps & Miller 730 

Philadelphia Brewerv xxlx 

Phcenix Iron Works 1111 

Pioneer Carpet Beating Machine 991 



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PAQE. 

Qaeen Insnrance Co., 

xxll, and front cover 



Rankin. Brayton <& Co xxxvl 

Richards A Snow 1059 

RIeger P. & Co 1010 

RIeman & Tuttle back of title 

Roach John _ xlvll 

Robbing F. A 1038 

Rodgers, Meyer A Co xx 

Rosenbaum A. 8. & Co xlv 

Rothschild & Ehrenpfort xlv 

Roj'al Mall Steam Packet Co xxll 

Ruffino L. J. & Co 1039 

Sacred Heart College xvU 

Sadler & Co., 

987, 1009, 1051, 1058, 1065, and 1069 
San Francisco and Pacific Glass 

Works Ivl, and back of cover 
SanFranclscoCordaeeManufactory.xlll 

San Francisco Gas Light Co xUi 

San Francisco Laundry, 

reg. of names, bottom lines 

San Francisco Plating Works 1067 

San Francifico Savings Union xvlll 

San Francisco Wire Works 1081 

Schmidt M. & Co 984, 1035 

Schmolz William 1143 

Scotchler & GIbbs 1064 



PAQE. 

Schnssler H xllx 

Seattle Coal and Transportation Co..814 

Selby Smelting and Lead Co xxlv 

Shaeffer J. W. & Co xlll 

Shepman W. E 1067 

Shippers' Guide 65 

Shreve George C. & Co. 

1003, 1027, 1067, 1079 

Sims John R xxxlx 

Sklnker John xxxl 

Smith William 11 

Spauldlng J. & Co 991 

Spence A. S. & Co., 

76, 590. 1009, 1146, front edge of book 

Spring Menzo llll 

St. Ignatius' College xlv 

Standard Soap Co 967 

Starr & Co xxx 

Steele James G. & Co 1005 

Stevens W. E 1142 

Strahle Jacob & Co 590 

Straus, Kohnstamm <fe Co xlv 

Syz Harry W xxvU 



Taber, HarkerA Co xlv 

Taylors. P. & Co 1054,1055 

Teubner & Hoffmann llll 

Thompson George C 1067 

Thomson <fe Evans Iv 

Transatlantic Fire Insurance Co...xxv 

Truworthy F. M xxlv 

Trumbull R. J. & Co front cover 

Tustin W. I xxxll, xxxlll 



PAOE. 

Union Insurance Co i 

Union Soda Works 1067 

Van Oterendorp K xl 



Waterhouse & Lester. xlvlll 

Watson & Co 1001 

Weed & KIngwell xxxlx 

Welch A Co xxvl 

Wells, Fargo & Co v 

Wetherbee George M 1 

Wheat C. D 934 

White Bros xlvl 

Whitelaw T. P. H 1038 

Wieland John xxlx 

Win & FInck 979, 998, 1002 

Williams, DImond & Co xxlll 

Wolff & Loze 1080 

Wood George M. & Co xlvl 

Wooster, Hubbell & Co xxx 

Yost D. Z. A Co 986 



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PROGRESS OF THE CITY 



1879-80. 



otjs,:reitt KciSTOia'Y". 




San Francisco, the youngest of America's great 
cities, has a history, which, though brief in its course 
of y^ars, is a succession of rapidly occurring incidents, 
threading the romantic and marvelous, where the 
staid commonplaces of other lands seldom appear. 
The exact date of settlement, or founding, may be 
claimed for the time when the site of the Mission was 
first selected by Portala and Crespi in 1769 ; or when 
the Mission and Presidio were established by the good 
Friars Palou and Cambon in 1776 ; or when Richard- 
son, in 1835, located here and established a trading 
post, calling the place Yerba Buena ; or when Vioget, 
in 1839, surveyed the ground into streets and squares; 
or when in 1847, the Americans in possession, resur- 
veyed and enlarged the area, and gave the name of 
San Francisco. A mediaeval obscurity surrounds its 
early settlement and progress. The religious spirit of 
the middle ages, even to a late date in the eighteenth century, still governing the Spanish peo- 
ple, prompted its devotees to penetrate the wild regions of the new world to spread the doc- 
trines of the Church, and gather the heathen under its care rather than to enlarge the sphere 
of human liberties or pursue wealth by extending commerce or developing the resources of the 
country. 

Under such auspices was the site of the City selected and occupied, thus giving in the brief 
period of a century, an ancient character to its history, advancuig with a bound as it sprang 
from Spanish to American rule — from the semi-civilized past to the enlightenment and activity 
of modern times. The peculiar features of the City were not obliterated by the change. An- 
cient and simple as it was in its origin it has become the most busy and cosmopolitan of the 
age. Every State of the Union has its representative, and from every quarter of the globe 
have come its citizens ; the language of every commercial people is spoken ; every color which 
the human visage bears is seen, and every religion has its worshippers. These characteristics 
of cosmopolitanism distinguish the modern city from its sisters as did its mediaeval features of 
early years from the settlements of the Atlantic Coast. 

The very name of California was the invention of the novelist's brain, it being first found 
in the ancient romance entitled ' ' Las Sergas del Muy Esf orzado Esplandian higo del excel- 
ente re Amadis de Gaula, " by Garcia Ordonez de Montalvo, published in 1510. Here it is 
represented as an island, saying ' ' Know that, on the right hand of the Indies, very near the 
Terrestrial Paradise, there is an island called California, which is peopled with black women, 
without any men among them, because they are accustomed to live after the manner of the 
Amazons." To seek this fabled " island called California" was the object of several voyages 
undertaken by Cortez and his adventurous followers. Lower California was first discovered, 
and in 1539 its true character as a peninsula was determined by the explorations of Francisco 
de Ulloa. In 1542 the coast was explored as far north as Punta de los Reyes by Juan Rod- 
riguez Cabrillo, and on March 3d, 1543, Bartolomo Ferrelo, pilot and successor of Cabrillo, 
sailing down the coast, reported seeing the opening to the bay, now called the " Golden Gate," 
but he did not enter. This is the earliest mention of any indications of the Bay of San Fran- 
cisco, although the bays of San Diego and Monterey and other landings and points had been 
particularly described. Sir Francis Drake anchored and refitted his ships in 1579, as he re- 
ports, in a " faire good day," which was " within thirty-eight degrees of latitude of the line," 
and a semi-circular bay is delineated on the old maps under that latitude, and called Sir Fran- 
cis Drake's Bay. While many contend that the bay mentioned by Drake is identical with that 
of San Francisco, his account of it is so meagre and incorrect that he is not entitled to the 
honor of being called its discoverer. This honor is now accorded to Gaspar de Portala, who, 
in command of a party from San Diego, proceeding by land to Monterey, missed their destin- 
ation, and in 1769 came upon the great bay, and upon its western shore selected the site for a 
Mission, now the Mission Dolores. On the 27th of June, 1776, the site was taken possession 
of by a party arriving by land from Monterey, [See Randolph Lecture, page 283. ] The Golden 



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Gate, however, from the best information, was first entered on the 18th day of August, 1776, 
by an expedition led by Francisco Palou and Benito Cambon, two monks of the order of St. 
Francis de Assissi, who founded the Mission on the site previously selected by Portala, On 
the following day a party of soldiers under command of Don Jose Moraga established them- 
selves at the Presidio, and this was the beginning of permanent residence by civilized people 
on the peninsula now occupied by the great City of San Francisco. The old Mission Church, 
erected shortly after the occupation, still stands a revered monument of the past, and proof 
against the destructive elements of time and of the earthquakes to which the country is sub- 
ject, and which have so unnecessarily frightened away many timid people. After the secular- 
ization of the Missions in 1833 the Pueblo of Yerba Buena was created, and in 1835 the first 
business house was established by William A. Richardson, an Englishman, who had previ- 
ously been located at Saucelito, and in whose honor Richardson's Bay is so called. The first 
mercantile house was erected on what is now called Dupont Street, between Clay and Wash- 
ington. In 1839 Captain John Vioget, by order of Governor Alvarado, surveyed the town 
into streets and squares, though without giving, them names. This was the nucleus of the 
present city. Then its boundaries were the bay, flowing to Montgomery street on the east, 
the base of Telegraph Hill, or Broadway, on the north, California street on the south, and 
Powell street on the west. The surroundings were rugged hiUs and sand dunes covered with 
dense chapparal of live oak shrubs, holly and lupin, and so it continued until the occupation 
by the Americana in 1846. On the 8th of July, 1846, Commander Montgomery of the sloop 
of war Portsmouth, then lying in the harbor, took possession of the place in the name of the 
United States, and raised the flag of his country upon the Plaza, since called Portsmouth 
Square, in honor of the ship he commanded. In January following, 1847, under the direction 
of the same officer, the site was resurveyed, a large city was laid out, the names of prominent 
actors upon the scene, officers of the army and navy, and citizens of the little village, were 
given to its streets, and the name changed to San Francisco. 

On the 31st of July, shortly after the raising of the flag, the ship Brooklyn, from New 
York, arrived in the harbor, having on board 238 immigrants, of whom all but twelve were 
Mormons, under the leadership of Samuel Brannan, coming to found a new colon}' on the wild 
western shore of the continent. Great was their surprise, not to say dismay, when they be- 
held the Stars and Stripes waving over the town, and the Americans in possession, where they 
had expected to find a strange people, and where they had hoped to found their colony and church 
undisturbed and untrammeled by the customs and laws of the country they had left. This 
was an important and opportune accession to the English speaking population, and assisted 
materially in establishing institutions of law. order and progress in the new community. Mr. 
Brannan being a printer, and having brought with him the material for an office, set it 
up, and on the 9th of January, 1847, published the first number of the California Weekly 
Star, the pioneer paper of the new city. The name was afterwards changed to Alta Cali- 
fornia. 

The next important arrival was on the 6th of March, when the bark Thomas H. Perkins 
came in with the first detachment of a regiment of volunteers from New York, under com- 
mand of Colonel Jonathan D. Stevenson. The other detachments on the barks Susan Drew 
and Loo Choo soon after arrived, and the young men of whom the regiment was composed 
were distributed throughout the country. With these the new city assumed a full American 
aspect, and looked hopefully forward when the whaling fleets of the ' ' Northwest Coast " 
should rendezvous in its harbor, and the sturdy American farmer succeeding the unenterpris- 
ing ranchero should make it the center of trade. But a fate was in store far brighter than the 
most vivid imagination had dared to picture. The treaty of Guadalupe Hildago, whereby 
Mexico conceded to the United States the right of possession to California, had hardly been 
agreed iipon when, on the 19th of January, 1848, James W. Marshall made the discovery of 
gold at Coloma, the news of which soon spread over the world, opening a new era in com- 
merce, and attracting all eyes to the young metropolis of the Pacific. A few months previ- 
ously a census had been taken by Lieutenant Edward Gilbert, of Stevenson's regiment, show- 
ing a population of four hundred and fifty-nine, and oue hundred and fifty-seven houses, of 
which one-fourth were adobes, the remainder being mere shanties. From this date San 
Francisco may be regarded as having its start. An alcalde, Mr. Washington A. Bartlett, 
had been elected, and the government was organized in a mixed Spanish and American 
fashion. 

With the acquisition of the country it became necessary to establish mail communication 
with the Atlantic States and the Pacific Mail Steamship Company was organized, aided by a 
liberal contract from Congress. The route was from New York to Portland, Oregon, via Pan- 
ama, with San Francisco as a wayport, but the gold discoveries following changed the plan, 
and this became the principal Pacific port of the line. In March, 1849, the California, the first 
steamer of the line, arrived, and since then the commerce of the city has advanced with 
gigantic strides. A State government was organized by the adoption of a Constitution and 
the election of officers under it. These assembled at San Jose in December, 1849. The State 
was divided into counties, that of San Francisco comprising the peninsula south of the Golden 
Gate, extending to Santa Clara County. A charter was granted the City, and in May, 1850, 



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a municipal government went into power. Events of importance now followed each other in 
rapid succession. The marvellous growth of the City, the great fires of 1850 and 1851, the 
violent deeds and rigid reforms of the Vigilance Committee of 1856, the mining excitements 
and other catastrophes, scenes and incidents of a most interesting period must be passed with- 
out further notice. In April, 1856, the Consolidation Act," prepared by Horace Hawes, was 
passed, giving the City a new charter, consolidating the City and County Governments in one. 
The greater portion of the territory was formed into the County of San Mateo, the dividing 
line being the U. S. land survey of the line separating townships two and three south of Mount 
Diablo base and Meridian. The Farallone, Angel, Alcatraz and Goat Islands are included in 
San Francisco City and County. The boundaries are the Golden Gate on the north, the Bay 
of San Francisco on the east, San Mateo County on the south, and the Pacific Ocean on the 
west. The land area is 42 square miles, or 26,880 acres. Under the well guarded provisions 
of the Consolidation Act the City has been well governed and protected from contracting in- 
debtedness, so that its i)ublic finances are in a condition unsurpassed by any city in the 
Union. The discovery of silver-bearing ores on the eastern slope of the Sien-a Nevada in 
1859-60 enlai-ged the area of business and gave new life to the place. In 1869, one hundred 
years from the discovery of the Bay by Portala, the great Pacific Railroad was completed and 
a new era begun. For many years prior to tlie acquisition of California by the United States 
the turning of the India trade, as all the South Sea and Pacific commerce was called, across 
the American continent had been a favorite theme with prominent statesmen, and with such 
a harbor as that of San Francisco in our possession the consummation of this grand idea 
seemed at hand. For this the trans-continental railroad was necessary, and to it have been 
added lines of mammoth steamers concentrating at this port, and the hoped for channel of 
commerce has become a fixed fact. Railroads have been constructed in every direction 
throughout the State, there being an aggregate of 2,250 miles, centering the traffic in this city. 

Trade and Commerce. 

The anmial review of the commerce of this port shows a general increase of business, not- 
withstanding the universal complaint of hard times. Our report for 1878 showed the exports 
of merchandise by sea amounted to $34,155,400, and by rail $22,329,671, and of treasure, 
$34,287,293. 

From Custom House reports and compilations by the Commercial Herald we find that 
during 1879 the merchandise exports by sea amounted to $36,564,328, and of treasure ^26,- 
218,172. The exports by rail have been very large, but the value is not ascertainable. In 
the exports of merchandise we have an increase of $2,408,928, and a decrease of treasure 
exported of $8,069,121. The freight movement by the Central Pacific Railroad was 3,0.30,- 
317,000 pounds, and by the Southern Pacific, 367,812,845 pounds. The number of vessels 
entering the Golden Gate during the year 1879 was 3,600, with 1,609,530 tons of tonnage; 
being a decrease of 103 vessels and 69,935 tons from 1878. From domestic, Atlantic and 
foreign ports there arrived 500 ships with an aggregate of 612,615 tons. The amount of 
freight money paid to said vessels for imports was $2,461,266, against $3,510,782 in 1878, and 
$4,422,937 in 1877. The value of imports in 1879 was $34,124,417. The amount paid at the 
Custom House for duties on imports in 1879 was $5,528,548. The amount collected in the 
First District of the Internal Revenue, 1879, was $2,115,024. Total, $7,643,572. 

The imports of coffee during the year aggregated 13,694,860 pounds. On hand at the 
beginning of the year, 2,999,840 pounds ; on hand at the end of the year, 2,313,374 pounds ; 
shipped east by rail, 2,831,755 pounds ; consumption for the year, 11,549,571 pounds. The 
imports of tea during 1879 were 19,977,672 pounds, of the value of $6,324,982. 

The large proportions which the industry of sugar refining has assumed on this Coast is 
best shown by the following, which exhibits the total imports received at the port of San 
Francisco during the last ten years closing with 1879. The table also exhibits the amount 
brought from the various ports which, in the matter of Raw Sugars, have been tributary to 
this Coast. Manila, which represents the Phillipine Islands, ranks highest in the total, and 
the^andwich Islands next, with but a slight difference between them. But the relative im- 
portance of the Sandwich Islands is constantly increasing, and that group has filled the leading 
place among our sources of supply for several years past. The large import from the Philli- 
pine Islands was mainly in the early years of the refining business. Last year, the importa- 
tions from the Sandwich Islands were more than twenty times as great as those from Manila. 
Mexican and Central American Sugars will in all probability make a much larger display 
within a few years, as American planters are turning their attention towards those regions. 
With the proper energy on the part of our business men, the bulk of the Raw Sugars of the 
Pacific Islands of Mexico and Central America should, and doubtless will, find their way to 
this Coast for refining 

The imports of Raw Sugars from 1870 to 1879, inclusive, were: Manila, 205,775,814 lbs ; 
Hawaiian, 204,187,706 lbs; China, 75,929,343 lbs; Batavian, 61,050,605 It.s; Peruvian, 30,446,733 
lbs; Central American, 24,362,928 lbs; East Indies, 4,402,605 lbs ; Mexican, 2,079,146 lbs ; 
Tahitian, 294,428 lbs. Total 608,-529,308 lbs. 



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At the average price of 9 cents per pound, this shows a valuation of nearly §55,000,000 for 
a period of only ten years. There has been a steady upward growth and healthy develoi>ment 
of this industry. 

The treasure receipts through Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express was §56,256,017, being $49,- 
033,911 from the interior mines; $1,607,778 coastwise, north and south; and §5,614,.328 foreign. 
Of the receipts from the interior mines, $18,150,479 was in silver bullion, §15,047,085 gold 
bars, etc., and §15,836,350 in coin. The gold product of the Pacific Coast since 1848 is 
§1,622,040,000, and the silver §446,625,000, a total of §2,068,665,000. The mining stock 
sales (San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board) aggregated §70,119,700. Real estate sales, 
§10,350,000. The value of manufactures, §40,000,000. Dividends from mines paid here, 
$6,778,750; and in the East and London, §4,527,300. 

The receipts of coal were : From Mount Diablo mines, 134,400 tons ; Coos Bay, 45,900 
tons ; Seattle, 135,000 tons ; Atlantic States, 23,500 tons ; Vancouvers Island, 160,000 tons ; 
Australia, 80,200 tons ; Europe, 36,600 tons ; a total of 618,500 tons, being 8,000 tons less than 
the amount received the preceding year. The wheat product of 1879 was 22,400,000 centals; 
and barley 6,000,000 centals. The wool clip was 46,900,000 pounds ; the wine product esti- 
mated at from 5,500,000 to 8,000,000 gallons ; the lumber receipts, 225,000,000 feet ; and the 
O quicksilver, 73,684 flasks. Wheat and flour exported in 1879, 12,074,997 centals. The value 
P^ of all domestic products exported by sea in 1879, excepting treasure, was §29, .52 1,893. 

The passenger arrivals in San Francisco in 1879 by ocean routes and through passengers 
£• I arriving overland aggregate 49,153, while the departures were 39,676 ; showing a net gain of 
3 1 9,477, being the smallest net gain in many years. The arrivals by land numbered 36,389 ; de- 
1 partures, 25,010. The arrivals by sea numbered 12,764; departures, 14,666. Of the passen- 
gers by sea, 2,150 came by the Panama steamers, and 1,500 took their departure by the 
same route. The Chinese steamers, and ships from Hong Kong brought us 6,545, and took 
away 6,906. The other arrivals were from Australia, New Zealand, British Columbia, Mexico, 
and the South Sea Islands. Since the completion of the trans-continental railroad, 472,811 
passengers have arrived by that route, and 280,863 have departed, giving us an increase of 
191,948 to our population from that source. 

City and County Finances. 

Few cities of the world show a better financial condition than does San Francisco. By 
direction of the Board of Supervisors the following statement was prepared for the State 
Controller, giving an exhibit of financial afl'airs on the 6th of October, 1879: 

VALUATION OF PROPERTY. 

Real estate - ...... §123,114,90500 

Improvements ...---. 43,314,940 00 
Personal property ------ 50,959,491 00 



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Amount of Taxes -.---- §4,336,917 25 

RATK OF TAXATION. 

City and County - - - - - - - §1 37 

State ......-- fi2i 



Total ....... $1 99i 

rCNDED DEBT. 

Funded debt, at 6 and 7 per cent, interest, June 30th, 1879 - §4,018,500 00 
Less Sinking Fund 1,016,433 99 



Net Funded Debt $3,002,066 01 

Floating debt at 6 per cent, interest .... §36,875 00 
Cash on hand County Treasurer, City and County, and State, 

October 6th, 1879 §548,619 92 * 

DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY OWNED BY THE CITY AND COUNTY. 

Fire Department lots and improvements - - § 550,000 00 

Park Reservations and Public Squares - - - 5,500,000 00 

City Halls, County Jails, Hospitals, Almshouse, House of 

Correction, Industrial School, lots and improvements - 6,000,000 00 

Cemetery Reservations - - " - - - - 175,000 00 

School lots and improvements .... 2,000,000 00 

Sundry other lots - - - - - - 175,000 00 

Total .---.-- §14,400,000 00 
The Tax Collector's Report shows the total collections for the fiscal year ending June 
30, 1879, §5,513,536 08. 



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I MAOnnNniinU importer of atqd dealer in coal and pig iron, 

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The assessed valuation of property was: Real estate and improvements, §190,389,410; 
personal property, §54,246,350; total $244,635,760. The rate of taxation for State, City and 
County was $2 24 on the $100. The amount of taxes collected from real estate and improve- 
ments was $4,203,423 35, and from personal property .$795,456 02, and from penalties, back 
taxes, Montgomery Avenue and Dupont Street taxes, $454,656 71. 

The Treasurer's Report gives the transactions during the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1879, and the state of the finances at the latter mentioned date: Balance at credit of City 
and County of San Francisco, $475,771 24; Receipts during the year, $6,775,518 08 — Total, 
$7,251,289 32. Demands paid during the year, .$5,528,352 71 ; Balance, $1,722,936 61, 
accredited to the various Funds. Balance at credit of State of California June 30, 1878, 
$8,940 89; Receipts to credit of the State during the year, $1,287,842 55— Total, $1,296,- 
783 44. Settlement with Controller of State during the year, $1,296,140 12. Balance, 
$643 32. 

The Auditor's Report gives the amount of demands audited during the fiscal year 
ending June 30, 1879, $5,103,398 65. The total demands audited on the New City Hall Fund 
from date of present Commission to July Ist, 1879, $1,152,835 10. Audited for furniture, 
$15,000. Among the amounts audited are: City and County Officers' salaries, $532,594 74; 
Police Officers' salaries, .$433,848 39; Fire Department salaries, $188,080 00; other expenses 
of Fire Department, $112,098 06; City and County Hospital, $93,992 75; Alms House, 
$59,518 13; Industrial School, $51,177 68; House of Correction, §62,113 75; Training Ship 
"Jamestown," $29,481 66; Registration and Election Expenses, .$56,114 19; Purchase of 
Mission and Ocean Beach Toll Road, $28,730 ; Purchase of San Francisco and Point Lobos 
ToU Road, $26,587; School Department, other than salary of Superintendent and Deputy, 
and interest account and sinking funds, $810,173 39; Lighting streets and repairs of lamp- 
posts and lamps, $248,322 99 ; Damages by rioters, $2,818 95 ; Street Department expenses 
other than salaries of Superintendent and Deputies, $471,890 91 ; Interest on Funded Debt, 
$283,246 66; New City Hall demands for fiscal year 1878-79, .§343,907 22. Loans from Sink- 
ing Fund fiscal year 1878-79, $413,500; Bonds redeemed, fiscal year 1878-79, $116,303 15. 
The estimated expenditure for the year 1879-80, $4,033,407 00. 

The Report of the Superintendent of Streets says it has been the constant aim of 
this department to keep its expenses within the limits prescribed by law, and it is now in a 
condition to commence the next fiscal year free from debt, and for the first time knows posi- 
tively the exact condition of its finances. §260,000 of indebtedness accruing previous to the 
last fiscal year was paid from the Street Fund. The principal work done has been by day's 
labor, instead of by contract, and, while the cost is a little more, the superiority of the work 
proves the advantage of the system. The Superintendent recommends the disuse of cobbles 
for pavement on level streets, replacing the same with basalt or granite blocks. The experi- 
ments of the past year fully illustrates that we have on this peninsula rock that will make 
first-class macadam. With streets thus prepared, well watered and kept in order, no city 
could present better suburban driveways than San Francisco. " The construction of a drive- 
way along Tyler street to Golden Gate Park, when completed, will make it one of the best 
roadways on the continent. Taking Tyler street as a line east and west, and Van Ness 
avenue north and south, crossing Market street, connecting with some main street leading to 
the county line, and north connecting with some main street to the Presidio, would be a 
credit to the city, and offer inducements for people of wealth and leisure to reside among U8, 
instead of seeking residences in neighboring towns and cities. " The cost of work done in 
fiscal year 1878-79, as per assessment records, was $699,793 19. The amount drawn from the 
Street Department Fund was $398,079 76. The total length of sewers constructed from July 
1856 to July 1878 was 119.6 miles, and from July 1878 to July 1879 4.8 miles, making a total 
of sewers of 124.4 miles. 

Registration of Votes. 

By an Act passed by the Legislature of 1878, the office of Registrar of Voters was created 
for the City and County of San Francisco, and Mr. Louis Kaplan was appointed Re^strar. 
In his Report to the Board of Supervisors, dated October 27, 1879, he gives the number of 
names on the Ward Registers, and the number of votes cast for the years as follows: 1875, 
Registered, 33,848; votes cast, 25,653; 1876, registered, 46,671; votes, 41,646; 1877, registered, 
50,004; votes, 33,663; 1878, registered, 37,915; votes, 27,098; 1879, special election, registered, 
47,740; votes, 38,034; general election, registered, 44,765; votes, 41,612. In the Registration 
of 1876 are contained 12,226 names of persons to whom certificates of registration were given 
that were not in the printed copies furnished to the public. A great many names of persons 
deceased, or not residents of San Francisco, were stricken from the Register of 1877 by the 
Election Commissioners, and, in 1879, preparatory to the special election on the New Consti- 
tution, the Register was thoroughly revised. In January, 1879, there were registered 37,915 
names, of whom 16,809 were of natives of the United States, and 21, 106 foreign born. Of the 
natives 4,500 were born in New York, 2,573 in Ma«sachusetts, 1,489 in California, 1,294 in 
Maine, and 1,194 in Pennsjdvania. Of the foreign-born 10,000 were from Ireland, 5,630 



I RIINDI APH Rj CO Growers of and Dealers in FINE WINES. 

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Germany, and 1,399 England. Thirty-eight States and Territories are represented, and forty, 
one foreign countries. The expenditures of the office for the fiscal year 187S-79 were §36,688- 
93. The expenses of the election May 7, 1879, were §51,608.79. 

Real Estate. 

Every year in San Francisco's history shows pome progress — some years bounding forward 
on the high tide of prosperity, and in others exhibiting extreme feebleness; but 1879 has 
shown the least for a long period. Building, real-estate sales and prices, and general business 
seem governed by periods of excitement originating from various causes. The first excitement 
and forward bound came with the discovery of gold and continued until 1853, when a halt 
was made, and in 1855 houses and lots in many quarters were selling for less than the costs of 
the buildings. The Eraser River excitement followed, threatening for a time to depopulate 
the city, and dull times continued until the discovery of the silver mines of Nevada in 1859- 
60. These soon began pouring in their treasures; building up iron foundries, machine shops, 
transportation lines, factories of all kinds, and giving renewed life to the city. The great 
bullion product of the contributory region ; the war of the rebellion, and the greenback cur- 
rency of the East — making such a demand for gold and silver — added greatly to our wealth. 
The building of the Central Pacific and other railroads causing the disbursement of vast sums 
of money, carried on our period of prosperity, and the real-estate excitement to its culmination 
as the transcontinental road was finished in 1869. A period of stagnation in real-estate prices 
followed, and, with the exception of certain localities, prices have not advanced during the 
decade. While the decade, in its whole, has shown great prosperity and grand improvements 
resulting from the inpouring of hundreds of millions of bullion, and the countless centals of 
wheat and other products of the farms, the closing years have felt a depression that has been 
severe upon nearly all classes of business. The positive determination of the Eastern financiers 
to return to specie payments was undoubtedly a great factor in the causes creatiug "hard 
times;" but this having been successfully accomplished, the upward flow of the tide has com- 
menced. The state of business at the East is soon felt here. The first intimation of an 
advance we have is in the advance in prices of all classes of merchandise we import, w hich is 
rather unpleasant, and it is only by the return wave bringing us capital and advanced prices 
for our property and products that we are benefitted. The greater prosperity is assured by 
the favorable rains of the season of 1879-80, as well as the continued productiveness of the 
mines and the extension of the mining area. Although tliere are no great bonaiazas, such as 
existed in the California and Consolidated Virginia mines of the Comstock, now swelling the 
stream of weaith, there are many mines in all jjarts of California and the surrounding States 
and Territories that are most profitably worked, keeping up the supply of bullion in return 
for manufactures, merchandise, labor, capital, etc. , of which this city is the center of supply. 
While this is maintained as such center, with judiciously-emploj'ed capital and wide-awake 
enterprise, with its high reputation for its mining machinery and manufactures continued, and 
with cheap transportation, the lasting progress and future greatness of the citj' is assured. 
Mining, occasionally very profitable, being a great employer of labor, and the greatest of con- 
sumers of manufactures, adds more to the prosperity of the city than any other branch of 
enterprise, while agriculture aggregates the wealth of the country'. Much has been said of 
the evils of stock gambling — and truly they are enormous — but the difficulties of sujipressing 
it, without prohibiting stock dealing of all kinds, seems insurmounta])le. The dealing in 
mining stocks implies the ownership of mines, and the ownership directs the distribution oi 
profits, the purchase of supplies, and the employment of labor. Should the stock business be 
driven to New York, the ownership of the great mines will follow, carrying thither the enor- 
mous trade in manufactures and supplies we now enjoy, resulting in irretrievable loss to San 
Francisco. The Real Estate Circular, published by Thomas Magee, contains very full and 
interesting facts and figures touching real-estate sales in 1879, the prospect for 1880, etc. We 
extract therefrom as follows: Our record for real-estate transactions in San Francisco began 
in 1865, since which time there has not been so dull a year as 1879. The year that most 
closely approached 1879 in this respect was 1873, at the close of which the city was just 
emerging from the four years' depressij3n which succeeded the completion of the railroad. The 
sales made in 1873 were 3,134, of the Value of §12,383,752, while those of last year were but 
2,217, of the value of §10,318,744. Of the deeds recorded in 1873, 541 were old homestead 
association sales made three to seven years before, V>ut which were not closed till that year. 
They were recorded in 1873, but did not in any other way belong to it. The deduction of 
those homestead sales in 1873 from the total figures of that year, would reduce the number 
and value of the sales to about exactly the transactions of 1879. We think 1879 resembled 
1873 in one other respect: the depression which prevailed for the previous four and a half 
years ended with 1873. We think the prospect is good that 1879 at least measurably ended 
the depression which has prevailed for over four years in real estate. We do not by any 
means anticipate what is called a "boom" in real-estate in 1880, nor any approach thereto, 
but we look for a desirable increase in the number of sales and in the general prices of prop- 
erty. We base these expectations largely on the very good prospect wq now have of a full 
rainfall this winter. We had good crops last year; there is every likelihood that we will 



MULLER THE LEIIDING OPTICIAN, '^^ JWOMf "LF • 



JONAS J. MORRISON, 



lanmber Dealer, iV. E). cor. Mission and Spear Sts., has larg^e 
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have even better crops and more of them this year. The State and coast are growing rapidly 
in an agricultural sense, while there never was a time in which, there was more honest and 
intelligent development of the mining resources of this State. We do not look for real-estate 
activity based, as that of the last period largely was, on stock-gambling; the next advance 
will be based on honest and intelligent development, growth, and progress, and we here take 
occasion to say that any increase of real-estate sales that is not based on these elements is 
unsound and but temporary, inducing foolish buyers to incur debt and to buy property at 
high prices, only to be subsequently compelled to sacrifice or to lose it through foreclosure of 
mortgage, when the reaction and depression come, as come they always do, one, two, and 
three years thereafter. 

General prices have not been so low in San Francisco for a great many years as they were 
in 1879. There was an average fall from even the low prices of 1878 of at least 10 per cent: 
We were able at the close of 1878 to point to a few places where sales had been made at 
higher rates than any ever before paid, but we cannot point to a single district of the city in 
which prices advanced in 1879, while in a few places at North Beach, below Folsom, and 
between First and Ninth streets, and on the flat east of Howard street, at the Mission, many sales 
were made at exceedingly low prices. Indeed, in some of these places it has been next to im- 
possible to say M'hat land would bring, buyers have been so scarce. Nor did even reductions 
of 20 to 40 per cent, always result in attracting customers and the making of sales. Inside 
business property alone held its own firmly last year, and only property lying between Kearny, 
Front, California and Market streets, well rented, was recognized as inside property in 1879. For 
property in that region there has been far more buyers than sellers, especially within four 
months. Owners were not offered fancy prices, and they have generally refused to sell. Much 
business property that would have been looked upon as at least A 2 four years ago hung upon 
the market in 1879. We include in this list property on Third street, between Market and 
Mission, on Fourth street, between Market and Howard, on Market street, between Fifth and 
Seventh, on Market street, between Battery and the ferries, on Kearny street, between Cali- 
fornia and Clay, and on Front street, between iSacramento and Washington. From these 
facts it will be seen that buyers sought only the vfery choicest business properties, and as 
owners of such real estate did not care to sell, not knowing what to do with their money, 
the number of business sales effected in 1879 was not large. 

There was very little demand, indeed, for expensive residence property, either vacant or 
improved. The price of the best class of such property is now thought by owners to be de- 
cidedly low, though it ranges at .$200 to .$300 a front foot. 

Considering the great dullness in real estate, there was a very fair and constant demand 
for lots at $1,000 to .$3,000, and for houses and lots at .$3,000 to $5,000. The Western Addi- 
tion, between Clay, Post, and say Laguna and Pierce streets, was most in demand. Next to 
that the Mission was most sought after, especially along Valencia, Mission and Howard, or 
the cross streets close to those thoroughfares, between Sixteenth and Twenty-fourth. An al- 
most new town has within a year or so sjirang up at the southwestern outskirts of the Mis- 
sion, between Twenty-fifth, Thirtieth, Guerrero and Sanchez streets. The buyers and builders 
were all people of small means. 

The building of the new bulkhead and the grading of the sand hills on Polk, Van Ness 
avenue and Bay street, together -with the consolidation of :-the two new woolen mills and the 
erection of a very large additional mill at Black Point, will all tend to benefit North Beach. 
The section of it lying betwen Jones, Van Ness avenue. Bay street and the bay will probably 
be in demand for cheap lots and houses before long; but before such demand can be supplied 
the streets will have to be opened, by grading and macadamizing. They are now all, or nearly 
all, in drifting sand. 

Transactions in outside lands were very dull in 1879, yet there never was a time when 
they had such good prospects. The promised Presidio railroad on the north, the Haight street 
cable railroad on the south, and the California and Geary street cable railroads in the center, 
will make communication with First avenue and the Cliff House load, with the Presidio, and 
with Stanyan and Haight streets as cheap and rapid as can reasonably be desired. There will 
be no crowding, either; on these cable lines seats can be had at all times. All who want 
cheap homesteads can now or can soon be accommodate3, at lower prices than those prevail- 
ing across the bay. 

The amount of business done in the loaning of money on city real estate shows a much 
larger reduction than that exhibited by the sales. The sum of $24,367,773 was loaned on city 
real estate in 1877; .$15,643,957 in 1878, and but .$9,555,904 in 1879. The releases of last year 
amounted to $10,343,174; so that they exceeded the mortgages by .$387,270. In 1877, the 
releases amounted to only about half the total sum of the mortgages. Building enterprise 
lagged, and real estate speculation was dead. Dullness and distrust prevailed, and therefore 
few persons wished to borrow money, although it was cheaper than it was ever before known 
in the history of the city. Now, and for the past five months, the leading savings bank 
(the Hibernia) has been loaning at 8 per cent, per year, it agreeing to pay the mortgage tax, 
which will consume 1| or 2 per cent, of the 8. This is practically loaning monej' at 6 per 
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considered. He who pays more than that rate now, with the reduction of rents and profits 
of every kind, is likely to come to grief. The other banks are getting 9 where they can, but 
they let no good loan slip where 8 per cent, is the highest rate they can obtain; indeed, in 
one case, at least, one of them accepted 7f per cent., though 8 per cent, was called for on 
the face of the note. The present prospect is that money will be cheaper rather than dearer. 
The directors of our savings banks never had so difficult a task to perform as they had 
in 1879. It was next to impossible to loan out on mortgage all, or nearly all, the money 
on hand, and added to that was the difficulty of estimating values precisely in many por- 
tions of the city, on such a dull real estate market. The greatest care and caution were 
generally exhibited, however, and it may safely be asserted that our savings banks never 
invested their depositors' money so wisely as in 1879. The point aimed at by all of the 
banks was to loan little on property and to loan cheap; thus safety for the depositors and 
satisfaction to the borrowers was attained. 

SPECIAL SALES AND ITEMS. 

It is reported that the block, 275 feet square only, bounded by Union, Filbert, Battery and 
Front, with the exception of the southeast corner of Battery and Filbert (120 on Battery by 
50 on Filbert), and with the exception of the northwest corner of Union and Front (125 on 
Union by 70 on Front), has been sold to a new sugar refinery company, lately incorporated 
in this city. The price paid is said to be §55,000. 

The property southwest corner of Sutter and Joues— 57i feet on Sutter by 122^ on Jones, 
with L in rear on west 22x25 — has been sold for $45,000. There is a fine residence on the lot; 
the most of the furniture in the house went with the property. 

The property southeast side Market street, ISOfeet northeast of Seventh, 75x90 in size, has 
been sold for §55,000— that is, for $54,000 and the taxes of 1879-80, amounting to about 
$900. There is an old one-story frame building on the lot, in stores; the rents are nominal. 

The property north side California, 87^ feet east of Montgomery, has been sold for 
$42,500. The lot is 25x114^; there is a three-story brick building on it, rented to one tenant 
for $500 a month. 

The lot and old frame building on the southwest line of Steuart street, 181 J feet northwest 
of Howard, 46|xl37J in size, have been sold for $9,000; rents $90; very cheap. 

The plain small two-story brick building and lot, 23x60, north side Geary street, 160^ feet 
east of Stockton, have been sold for $16,000; the building is occupied as the Health Office. 
It rents for $125 net to the city. The property is just outside the Dupont street assess- 
ment. Had that plaster been upon it, it would not probably have sold for over $12,000 or 
$13,000. The adjoining lot on the west, used as a coal yard, has since been sold for $15,000. 

From the Architectural litriew we learn that several new residences, costing from $5,000 
to $20,000, are in course of erection, or will soon be commenced. In addition to these, tlie 
following buildings have been erected during the past year : Engine and car house for the 
Geary Street, Park and Ocean Pl. R. Co., corner Point Lobos and First avenues; cost, $5,500. 
Armory building, one-story brick, corner Mission and Anthony streets. Four story brick 
building for Eooert Sherwood, junction Pine and Market streets; cost, $100,000. Two-story 
brick building for William Sharon, corner Jessie and New Montgomery streets: cost, $38,000; 
to be occupied by the U. S. Government. Pioneer Woolen Mill building, North Point; cost, 
$95,000; and Woolen Mill for Donald McLennan, comer Bryant avenue and Twentieth street. 

Public Buildings. 

The Custom Hocse is located in the brick building on the corner of Washington and 
Battery streets, erected in 1855, at a cost of .$866,000. The 0])erations of tliis important 
department of the public service are referred to under the article Trade and Commerce. 

The United States Mint. — Among the Government buildings of San Francisco the 
United States Mint is among the most elegant and imposing. It is built of granite and 
sandstone, and conveniently situated at the northwest corner of Mission and Fifth streets, 
with a frontage of one hundred and sixty and one-half feet on the former and two hundred 
and seventeen and one-half feet on the latter. It is two stories in height, besides an ample 
basement. The parapet walls are fifty six feet high, the pediment seventy-five, and its two chim- 
neys, each one hundred and forty-two feet. Its architecture is Doric. Massive fluted columns 
at the main entrance on Fifth street give to the building an air of beauty and grandeur, and 
relieve the sombre aspect of its severe simplicity. The coinage during the year 1879 was as 
follows: Gold— double eagles, $24,476,000; eagles, $2,240,000; half eagles, $2,131,000; 
quarter eagles, $108,750. Silver— standard dollars, $9,110,000. Total, $.38,065,750. In 1878 
the total coinage at the San Francisco Mint was $.")0, 1 80, 500. L;irge amounts of half and 
trade dollars were then coined. It has a capacity of about one million ounces per month. 
The present Superintendent of the Mint, Mr. Henry L. Dodge, entered upon his duties Janu- 
ary 1, 1878. 

The United States Sun-TREAst-RY is a substantial four-story structure on Commercial 
street, near Montgomery, on the land formerly occupied by the old Mint. It was constructed 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY, "^'/srcS.^^oSster^'i'sT 



I MAOnnMniirU importer op and dealer in all kinds of foreign 

I, IVlnUUUIlUUun^ AND DOMESTIC COAL, 41 31a,rket Street, corner Spear. 



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under the superintendence of Mr. Samuel McCuUough, and is on a plan of architecture similar 
to that of the United States Appraiser's Building. The walls are built of pressed brick laid 
on granite sills. The building was completed early in the Autumn of 1877, and was trans- 
ferred to the Sub-Treasury Department October 8th of that year. The amount appropri- 
ated for its construction was .$107,000. The first floor is occupied by the Sub-Treasury; the 
second by the Register and Receiver of the General Land Office; the third and fourth by 
the United States Surveyor-General 

The United States Appraiser's Building occupies the grounds bounded by Washing- 
ton, Sansome, Jackson and Post Office Place. It is a solid and handsome four-story structure of 
two hundred and sixty-five and one-half feet on Sansome, by one hundred and twenty and 
one-half feet on Jackson and Washington. The building was constructed under the super- 
intendence of Mr. Samuel McCullough, Superintendent of Construction of United States 
Buildings in California, and his successor, Mr. Thomas Holt. The total expenditures upon 
it to date has been about 1^805,000. The firet floor will be occupied by the Collector of In- 
ternal Revenue, the Superintending Surgeon of the Marine Hospital, Special Agents of the 
Treasury Department, the Naval Pay Office, the Secret Service Division, U. S. Revenue Ma- 
rine, and Steamboat Inspectors, and one-half of the entire floor as a store-room for Appraiser's 
stores. All Appraiser's goods will be received from Post Office place. The second floor will 
be devoted to the Appraiser's Department, and the offices of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. 
The third floor will be occupied by the United States Circuit and District Courts, United 
States Marshal, District Attorney and Law Librarj'. The fourth floor is unfinished, and will 
probably be occupied by jury rooms, file rooms for the Treasury Department, and the United 
States Signal Service. The ceilings are all lathed -nith Dwight's patent iron lathing; standing 
water pipes run from basement to roof, and coi-poration hose in ample quantity is kept on the 
roof as a precaution against fires. 

The Post Office occupies the first floor of the Government building situated on the east 
half of the block bounded by Washington, Battery, Jackson and Sansome streets, the entrance 
being on Washington street. Like the other public buildings built in the early days of the 
city, it has been left behind in our rapid development. For years it has been entirely inade- 
quate to the service of the department, and shifting expedients, alterations and changes in its 
internal arrangements have been the standing rule. The only effectual relief accomplished, 
however, has been through the establishment of the various branch offices. Alterations have 
recently been effected in the old building, making an entire reconstruction of its working 
space. The entrance from Washington street now leads directly into the lobby, passing the 
Money Order Office at the entrance on the right, and the Postmaster's private office on the 
left. The lobby is in the heart of the building instead of on the outside, as formerly, and is 
entirely surrounded with the working departments of the office. While material improve- 
ments in the facilities of the office have been effected by the changes, they are still as before 
mere temporary expedients. Tlie growing wants, as well as the dignity of our city, demand 
that a building suitable to and commensurate with the magnitude of our mail service shall no 
longer be withheld from us. The old U. S. Appraisers' Building is now being renovated for 
the use of the newspaper department and storage of foreign mails on the first floor, and office 
of the U. S. Railway Mail Service on the second. 

The number of carriers employed is fifty-eight. Two hundred and fifty street letter boxes 
are conveniently distributed throughout the city, and are gradually growing into the confidence 
of those for whose benefit they were intended. The boxes are usually attached to street lamp- 
posts, and are uniformly painted green. They are fastened with the best possible lock, and 
bear a printed card indicating the time or times the contents are collected, which in every 
case is at least once per day. The branch offices are situated as follows : Station A at 1305 
Polk street, and embraces the tract west of Taylor and north of Geary to Central avenue. 
Station B at the southwest corner of Seventh and Market ; it embraces the tract south of 
Market from Third to Thirteenth, that west of Stockton and south of Geary to Cemetery 
avenue, the Potrero and South San Francisco. Station C at the northeast corner of Twentieth 
and Mission streets ; it includes all the territory from Thirteenth to Twenty-sixth streets and 
that from the Potrero to Church street. A sub Post Office has also been established on Rail- 
road avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues. South San Francisco, comprising all 
that portion of the city. Letters may be left at this office for registration and any requests 
for money orders will receive prompt attention. (;!eneral James Coey is Postmaster, Mr. 
William C. Dougherty is his First Assistant Postmaster. They are ably supported by a stafl' 
— exclusive of lettercarriers^of seventy-two persons, six of the number being ladies. 

The United States Marine Hospital is situated on the Presidio Reservation, near 
Mountain Lake. The nearest point to the hospital now reached by the street cars is First 
avenue, about three miles from Kearny street. It consists of three long, two-story wooden 
buildings, which are ample for the accommodation of one hundred and twenty-five patients. 
All the modern hospital improvements are found in this institution. It is maintained at a 
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persons employed on sea and inland merchant vessels), who are obliged to prove their voca- 
tion at the Custom House. This hospital is not a public charity. The Government makes 
a direct tax upon the seamen who receive its benefits, which serves to defray a part of its 
expenses. Dr. E. Hebersmth is the surgeon in charge; office, U. S. Appraiser's Building, 
where permits for admission are issued. An ambulance leaves this office daily, carrying 
patients to the hospitaL 

Army, Navy, etc. — The Headquarters of the Military Di^nsion of the Pacific and the 
Department of California have been removed from the city to the Presidio Reservation. 
To accommodate these changes, important and extensive improvements were made. Two 
new barrack-houses, one story each, were erected on the north side of the parade ground, 
for headquarters uses, with buildings in the rear for the accommodation of the necessary 
clerical force; the cottages on the south side have been remodelled, and the building occu- 
pying the east side of the parade ground removed, making a material increase in the 
grounds. Another, and by far the most important, improvement has been the construction 
of a finely-graded road, nearly one mile in length, by the circuitous route enforced b}' the 
nature of the land, faom the Barracks to Fort Point. Another road has been constructed 
leading to Central avenue, thus giving easy access to the city, and connection with the 
cable roads, terminating in the vicinity of Laurel Hill Cemetery. During the past 
year a large two-story brick building has been erected on the southwest corner of New 
Montgomery and Jessie streets, to be used as a Commissary and Quartermaster's Office, 
and storage for military supplies. 

State Buildings or Offices. — Although several state officials necessarily have their offices 
in this city, the State has not yet provided any special building for their accommodation. 
The various Commissioners, Inspectors and Agents rent offices as convenient as possible to 
the respective locations of their several occupations. Should the reader have any special 
desire to know where these are he can easily ascertain by referring to the proper place in the 
general directory. 

Municipal Buildisgs. — Of these, the first to be noticed is the Old City Hall, standing 
on the southeast corner of Kearny and Washington streets. It was one of the first large 
buildings erected in the pioneer days of the city, and remains a standing monument of the 
illy-conceived structures of that date. During the years 1878 and 1879,' most of the City and 
County Offices were removed to the new City Hall, and there now remains iu the building 
only tlae offices of the Sherifi", County Clerk, Chief of Police, Police Commissioners, and Police 
Court, all located on the first floor. The second and third floors are used as Court Rooms for 
departments one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight of the Superior Court. 

New City Hall. — The legislation for management and construction of the new City Hall 
would make an interesting chapter in the political history of San Francisco. So suddenly did 
the city spring into existence, and so rapid was its growth, that it was almost impossible to 
provide the halls, court-rooms, offices, prisons, etc., necessary for its increasing business. 
The old adobes of Dupont, Clay and Washington streets, which sufficed for the Alcaldes, 
Mayors and Recorders of the "days of '49 and '50," were soon given up for the more commo- 
dious quarters on Kearny street and the plaza, and when the Jenny Lind Theater was 
purchased and adapted to the uses of the city the accommodations seemed complete. For a 
quarter of a century or more these buildings have comprised the City Hall, and as far as their 
capacity enabled them, have supplied the chief offices of the city. New courts established, 
crowded prisons, and increased business, necessitated a building designed and constructed for 
the special purpose, and tlie subject of a new City Hall was agitated. In the first survey of 
the city Larkin street was its western limit, and, at its junction with Market street, a large 
plot of ground was reserved as Yerba Buena Cemetery, extending three blocks north on 
Larkin, three east on McAllister, and crossed diagonally by Market to place of beginning. 
The "Western addition" was soon after surveyed and built upon, thus bringing the cemetery 
within the populous limits, and burials in it ceased. In 18G9, Yerba Buena Cemetery was a 
neglected inclosure of bramble-covered sandhills. Then it was proposed to devote it to the 
purposes of a City Hall. An Act of the Legislature, approved April 4, 1870, authorized the 
proceeding. The tombs were removed, the ground leveled, and the plot surveyed by running 
Park avenue parallel to and one hundred feet from Market street, and opening City Hall 
avenue, one hundred feet wide, connecting Market street with Park avenue. The portion 
fronting Market street was to be sold and the remainder reserved, on which to erect the 
building. The impression was that the sale of the lots would supply a sufficient fund for the 
erection of the necessary structure, but only about $900,000 was received from the sale. Pro- 
jjosals to architects wore made, limiting tlie cost to 151,500,000. Several fine designs were 
ottered, and one, by Augustus Laver, was accepted. Although other architects protested that 
this design would involve a cost greater than the amount to which they were limited, and 
therefore unfair to them, the appearance was so attractive — and with the assurance that its 
cost could be brought within the limit — it was accejited and the acceptance approved l)y the 
public. The plot of ground being triangular, required a building of peculiar form, but is 
neither triangular nor square. The main front on Park avenue is 800 feet, on Larkin street 

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it extends 550 feet, and on McAllister 650 feet. In 1871 work was commenced; a deep exca- 
vation was made, and a monolith of broken stone and cement laid six feet in thickness, 
covering the entire base of the building, and involving an expense of $600,000. Upon this 
incomparable foundation the massive walls of brick were laid, and the superstructure arose, 
solid and strong as a casemated fort. The heavy expenditures in the earl}' part of the con- 
struction admonished the public of the errors in the estimates, and a halt was called. The 
original design of the building was altered in order to reduce the cost, the architect removed 
from the superintendency of construction; the Board of Commissioners was abolished — no 
charges, however, being made against them — and the property taken in charge by the Board 
of Supervisors. The expenditures by the first Board of Commissioners was $1,366,000, and 
by the Supervisors, $203,720. In 1876, an Act was passed by the Legislature authorizing the 
Board of Supervisors to levy and collect, annually, for four years, a tax of 15 cents on each 
$100 of valuation, to create a fund to be called " The 'New City Hall Fund," to carry on the 
v/ork of construction. The Act made the Mayor, Auditor, and City and County Attorney a 
Board of Comissiouers, erch to receive a salary of $100 a month, and with power to appoint an 
architect at $300 a month, a superintendent at $200 a month, and a secretary at $150 a month. 
Under this Commission the expenditure — up to the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1879 — has been $1,167,835. The estimate, from the same date, to complete the building, is 
$1,750,000; making, should the estimate prove correct, the total cost of the structure 
$4,487,555. The monolith foundation, the massiveness of every wall, the immensity of its 
iron girders, and its exterior ornamentation of towers and columns, have added greatly to the 
cost over ordinary buildings, but have secured it strength and durability to defy the throes 
of the earthquake, the terrors of the flames, or the ravages of time. When completed, it will 
be one of the largest, handsomest, and most durable edifices of the kind in the United States. 
The main entrance will front on City Hall avenue, a broad opening into Market street, oppo- 
site Eighth. A flight of steps, extending in a semi-circle of one hundred feet diameter, ascend 
to a broad portico surrounding the base of the j)rincipal tower, which rises to a height of two 
hundred and seventy feet. From the portico numerous doors open into a grand vestibule, or 
rotunda, eighty feet in diameter and one hundred and five feet high. From the rotunda lead 
corridors to the various halls and offices. On the McAllister street front is a broad and 
elegant approach, now completed and used as the principal entrance to the building. Twelve 
large iron columns, six feet in diametsr and eighty feet in height, stand on the portico and 
support the pediment, above which rise two towers, each one hundred and fifty feet high. 
The Lai'kin street front is similarly ornamented by portico, pillars and towers, but contains 
no grand entrance. On the southeast wing of the main building is a high, square, cam- 
panile tower, a fine architectural feature. The original design contemplated a mansard 
roof, adding a high story, but for the sake of lessening the expenditure a low roof was 
substituted, leaving the building rather flat in comparison to its ground area and the 
loftiness of its towers. The basement is a story of twelve and a half feet in height. The 
first story has a height of twenty feet. On the second story the halls have an elevation of 
twenty feet, but the Court rooms and chambers of the Board of Supervisors extend in height 
to the roof, a distance of thirty- four feet. The third floor has an elevation of eigheen 
feet. In the basement are located the offices of the Superintendent of Streets, License 
Collector, Registrar of Voters, Commissioners of Insanity, and Grand Jury rooms. On the 
first floor the Mayor, Auditor, Treasurer, Assessor, Tax Collector and Surveyor. On the 
second floor, the Clerk's office, and chambers of the Board of Sujiervisors, and Court-rooms 
of Departments 9 and 10 of the Superior Court. On the third floor, the Ciify and County 
Attorney, and office of the Board of Education. From either end of the McAllister street 
front will extend wings, each one hundred and forty feet in length, inclosing the entrance in 
an oblong square. The Hall of Records is detached from the main building, as an extra 
safety from fire, but is connected with it by an arcade, describing an arc of a circle. This 
Hall is a circular edifice, ninety-five feet in diameter, and surmounted by a dome, rising to 
the height of one hundred and thirty-four feet. It will be surrounded by an arcade, which 
will increase the external diameter of the building to one hundred and thirty -two feet. The 
Hall of Records was completed for occupancy in May, 1877; and so rSuch of the main 
building is completed as to supply rooms far the principal city officers. 

Industrial School. — This is a reformatory institution to which ungovernable boys are 
committed, either on complaint of the officers of the law, or, as it often happens, at the 
request of the parents or guardians of the refractory youths. It is located on the San Jos6 
Road, about six miles southwest of the City Hall, and is designed to accommodate two hun- 
dred and fifty boys. The ages of the inmates range from children of nine years to lads of 
eighteen, the greatest number being from ten to seventeen. The boys at the institution are 
compelled both to work and study, four hours per day l)eing devoted to the former, and 
four and a quarter hours to the latter. Some are taught various useful trades, and a latge 
number are employed in farming and gardening — seventy-five acres of the one hundred and 
thirty which compose the grounds being under cultivation. The school-room M'ill seat two 
hundred boys. Tlie Magdalen Asylum connected with this institution has about seventy-five 
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The House of Correction is situated on the San Jos^ Road, on the lot occupied also by 
the Industrial School. The building, which is composed of brick and stone, was completed in 
1874, and cost about §120,000. The central portion is octagonal in form. Attached are two 
wings, containing in all two hundred cells, each capable of accommodating two prisoners. 
The plan contemplates three other wings, with accommodation for one thousand inmates. 
The cells are furnished for three hundred and ninety four prisoners, with three dark cells for 
the purpose of punishment. Several large workshops have been built for the prisoners, all 
of whom are required to perform manual labor for eight hours each day. There is also a hos- 
pital and chapel. 

The City and County Hospital is situated on a ten-acre plot of ground, in the suuth- 
ern portion of the city, bounded by Potrero avenue and Nevada. Sierra and Nebraska streets. 

The City and County Alms House occupies a portion of the old San Miguel Ranch, 
distant about six miles from the City Hall, and within sight of Lake Honda. 

The Twenty-Sixth Street Hospital, located on the Potrero, near the corner of De 
Haro and Colusa streets, is specially set apart for the receipt and care of persons afflicted with 
contagious diseases. 

For a full description of the three last named institutions see Hospitals. 

The County Jail is an old two-story brick building, located on Broadway, between 
Kearny and Dupont streets. For years it has been utterly inadequate to accommodate the 
number of prisoners committed to it, and temporary expedients in the establishment of branch 
jails, and the occasional use of the House of Correction have been resorted to when over- 
crowded. At the present time the use of the House of Correction by the Sheriif for this 
purpose has been ordered stopped, and the branch jail abandoned 

The City Prison, located in the basement of the old City Hall, at the corner of Kearny 
and Washington streets, is the most inadequate of all our city iustitutions. The prison con- 
sists of one long corridor, opening into which are several large cells, iu each of which a score 
of prisoners are confined at once. At the upper end of the corridor are several rows of smaller 
cells, which two or three prisoners can occupy at a time. The whole place is damp and almost 
without ventilation 

In the northeast corner of the basement is an apartment used as a receiving hospital for 
the reception and treatment of invalids found exposed on the streets, casualties, wounds, etc. 

Hotels. 

San Francisco still maintains the lead among the cities of the world with respect to the 
quality and number of her first-class hotels, which she assumed contemporaneously with the 
opening of the Palace and The Baldwin, and is still able to challenge comparison equally as 
well upon the score of liberal patronage. In immensity and solidity of structure, tlie Pal- 
ace stands probably the peer of any similar building in the world. It is seven stories in 
heighth, the heighth of each varying from twenty-five feet in the clear — the first story— to 
fourteen feet — the seventh. It fronts two hundred and seventy-five feet by three hundred and 
fifty feet in depth. It possesses three inner courts, around which balconies or piazzas attached 
to each story extend. The walls and partitions are made as nearly eartlKjuake and fire-protif 
as possible, and required thirty-two millions brick in construction. The courts, the New 
Montgomery street front and the dining room are now lighted with the electric light, which 
was first intJroduced in July, 1878. Taking equal rank with the Palace in character of accom- 
modation and appointment, The Baldwin presents an appearance of more graceful and pre- 
tentious architecture, although not as substantially built. It fronts two hundred and seventy- 
five feet, by one hundred and eighty-four feet in depth. It is six stories in heigth. The base- 
ment is entirely of brick and iron. Its principal dome stands one hundred and sixty-eight 
feet above the pavement, and from its c(jmmanding location, it presents one of the most salient 
of the city's many adornments. To these may be added our other leading hotels, which go 
toward the completion of our first-class list, all of whose appointments, both in regard to lux- 
ury and convenltence, combine to sustain the reputation claimed for the city. In the aggre- 
gate the accommodating capacity of our leading hotels exceeds live thousand, and it is a just 
enconium upon the liberality of the people of the Pacific Coast, that tliey are generously' sus- 
tained. The I<ick House, so long a favorite among the first-class hotels, in April, 1880. will 
be transformed into a business house, devoting the first story to stores, the second to olHces, 
and the third to lodging rooms. The following is the list of hotels and their locations : 

Palack Hotel. — Location, southwest corner of Market and New Montgomery streets, 
extending back to Jessie street. The ground floor on the Market and New Montgomery street 
fronts is chiefiy occupied by stores. There are seven hundred and fifty-five rooms above the 
ground fioor, and the accommodating capacity of tlie hotel is estimated at twelve hundred. 

The Baldwin — Location, on triangular block bounded by Market, Powell and Ellis streets, 
its main front being on Powell street. It has four hundred and ninety-five rooms, acconnno- 
dating capacity, about eight hundred. This, the latest of our prominent hotel structures, was 
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The Grand Hotel. — Location, southeast corner of Market and New Montgomery streets. 
It is four stories in heighth, fronts two hundred and seven feet on Market, by three hundred 
and ten feet in depth on Kew Montgomery, has four hundred rooms, and will accommodate 
about six hundred guests. 

The Occidental Hotel. — Loc** ti( ai, east side of Montgomery, extending from Sutter to 
Bush streets. It is four stories high, and has accommodations for six hundred guests. 

The Russ House. — Location, west side Montgomery, extending from Bush to Pine streets. 
It is three stories high, the ground floor on the Montgomery street front being occupied as 
stores. It has accommodations for three hundred guests. 

The Commercial Hotel. — Location, at junction of Kearny and Pacific streets and Mont- 
gomery avenue. It fronts one hundred and thirty feet on Pacific, thirty-five feet on Kearny 
street, and one hundred and forty-eight feet on the avenue. Capacity, three hundred. 

The Cosmopolitan. — Location, southwest corner of Sansome and Bush streets. It is a brick 
building, four stories in height. Only the third and fourth stories and a portion of the first 
are used for hotel purposes ; the second story having been converted into ofiices. It is now 
conducted on the European plan. 

Lodging Houses, Etc. — In addition to the above, there are numerous smaller hotels, and 
about fifteen hundred boarding and lodging houses in the city. An unusually large number 
have been erected during the past few years — notably on Bush, between Kearny and Stockton, 
on Mission, from Tliird to Ninth, and on various other streets, especially south of Market, are 
this class of improvements noticeable. A stranger would think our people reversed the rule, 
and all boarded, and that " keeping house " was the exception, but the far greater number of 
dwellings erected during the same period proves otherwise. 

Theaters. 

For many years San Francisco has maintained a high reputation for its theaters. Not- 
withstanding the depressed state of business during the year the theaters have been fairly 
maintained. 

Baldwin Theater. — This theater, located in the Baldwin Hotel, has its front on 
Market street, and in point of elegance of fittings, taste and skill in architecture and adorn- 
ments, stands in the lead of all of our dramatic temples, and indeed challenges comparison 
with all others elsewhere. There are three circles in addition to the orchestra, ten mezzanine 
and twelve proscenium boxes, the boxes being furnished with elaborate richness. The total 
seating capacity is about fifteen hundred. Electric automatic fire alarms are located in all 
parts of the building, and the facilities for fire extinguishment are of the most perfect. Cost, 
exclusive of hotel, $250,000. 

California Theater. — Location, Bush street, between Kearny and Dupont. This theater, 
which stands in the relation of the " Old Drury " to the city, was opened in 1869, at a cost of 
$125,000. There are two circles besides the orchestra, the gallery being in the rear and slightly 
raised above the ujjper circle. It has ten private boxes and a total seating capacity of 
eighteen hundred. 

Grand Opera House. — Location, Mission street, between Third and Fourth. It has a 
frontage of one hundred and ten feet, by two hundred and seventy-five feet in depth. It has 
the largest stage of any theater in the United States and the most complete stage appoint- 
ments. There are four circles in addition to the orchestra. It has twenty mezzanine and 
twelve proscenium boxes, making a total seating capacity of two thousand four hundred. Its 
facilities for escape in case of fire are of the best, doors opening into broad vestibules from all 
parts of the house, render jams almost impossible. This theater was opened in January, 1876, 
and cost $325,000. Its location, however, seems to have been unfortunate, and thus far the 
experience of managers has been generally disastrous in connection with the Grand. 

The Bush Street Theater. — Location, south side of Bush street, near Montgomery. 
Seating capacity, about nine hundred. 

The Standard Theater. — Location, north side of Bush street, near Montgomery. Seat- 
ing capacity, about eight hundred. 

The Tivoli Garden. — Location, north side of Eddy street, between Powell and Mason. 
This pleasant place of amusement was established as a free place of resort and saloon for 
refreshments, but an admittance has latterly been required, and it has become a popular place 
of resort. 

The Bella Union Theater. — Location, west side of Kearny street, near Washington. 
It is devoted entirely to variety entertainments, and will seat about one thousand. 

The Adelphi Theater. — Location, south side of California street, near Kearny. It is 
also like the Bella Union, devoted entirely to variety entertainments. 

Chinese Theaters. — Of these there are three: The New, 623 Jackson street ; the Grand, 
814 Washington street, and the Royal, 836 W^ashington street. They are frequented to a cer- 
tain extent by white people, particularly tourists. 

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Street Railroads. 

The street railroad is an Ammcan device, which, like so many "Yankee notions," is 
adopted by all the world seeking ease, comfort and economy. Few cities or large towns of 
the United States are now without this cheap and ready means of conveyance, and gradually 
the system is extending through the conservative cities of the old world. The street car is 
emphatically the poor man's carriage, as it is the rich man's convenience, resorted to by all 
classes, colors and nationalities, making it the most democratic institution of the age — con- 
necting the centers of business, the fashionable promenades, the quarters of the artisan, the 
; manufacturing districts and places of amusement with the modest family residence and sur- 
burban villas, in all the parts and surroundings of the great city. It renders every section of 
such easy access, that over-crowding is no longer a necessity nor an excuse. Property has 
■j thus been enhanced in value, and the sanitary condition greatly improved. In the adoption 
g^ of this method of intercommunication, San Francisco stands pre-eminent. The growth of the 
system in this city, the timidity of capital to engage in the enterprise, the struggle for right 
■^ of way, the distrust of the authorities in granting franchises, the litigation of the colored 
M people to obtain admittance to the cars, the adojjtion of the cable roads, and the final popu- 
f^ larity and rush for franchises, would constitute an interesting feature in our local history. 

,^ The Market Street Railroad is the oldest in the city, dating from 1857, when it formed 

S a portion of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad, and was operated by steam for a num- 
ber of years, running an awkward looking "dummy" locomotive with one or two cars at- 
J^ tached, between the tex-minus, opposite Fremont street, to the the depot at Valencia street, 
S soon after extending to " The Willows, "then a surburban resort, near the Mission. Market 
street was not at that date, nor for several years after, a graded highway, and the railway 
passed through many narrow cuts in the sand hills and by ponds of stagnant water. The 
track was of T rails, and the gauge that of the steam railroads, which ^auge is still main- 
tained, making it and its recent connections difierent from all others in the city, and forbid- 
S I ding the use of its track by other lines. As all other roads have a broader gauge, it necessi- 
gs ! tates their laying additional tracks when running on Market street, thus accounting for the 
g numerous lines of rails that mark, in places, that great thoroughfare. The Market Street 
Railway, of the present, comprises an extensive system. The ferry landing is the most desir- 
© able objective point of all the street lines, and from this starts the one under consideration. 
5C I The main line now extends along Market to its junction with Valencia, and by the latter to 
j55 ] Twenty-sixth street, a distance of about four miles, with double tracks. The street is now 
graded, paved and almost solidly built up the entire distance. The old depot at the junction 
^ of Valencia street is abandoned, and the trains of the San Francisco and San Jose Railroad, 
^ now the Southern Pacific, make their way to the general depot, at Townsend and Fourth 
^ I streets. Cars leave the ferry landing every two and a half minutes during the busy hours of 
OQ ' the day, and pass the entire length of the route in forty minutes, the fare being live cents for 
the entire distance or any part thereof. The cars of this line are distinguished from the many 
cars on the street by their dark blue sides, and at night by their purple lights. A branch on 
McAllister street to Devisadero, to be operated by a wire cable, will soon be constructed. 
4^ The HAVE.S Valley Railroad is a portion of the Market street sytem, and runs from the 

2 ferry landing along Market street to Hayes, a distance of one and three-fifths miles, thence 
i|J on Hayes to Laguna six blocks, on Laguna to McAllister three blocks, on McAllister, Steiner, 
CJ Tyler and Devisadero to Ellis street, a total distance of three and a quarter miles. The cars 
PQ are yellow, and after dark show an orange light. They leave the ferry landing at intervals of 
two and a half minutes, reaching the outer terminus in thirty minutes — fare five cents. 

^ The Potrero and Bay View Railroad is also a part of the Market street system. This 

jj line uses the Market street rails from the ferry landing to Fifth street, thence following Fifth 
P and Bluxome to Fourth, a distance of two miles, the terminus of one division of the line. 
Over this portion one-horse or "bob-tail" cars are used, which leave the starting point every 
two and a half minutes. At Fourth street a " transfer " is given to the cars of the other di- 
vision of the line starting from the corner of Fourth and King streets, which run via Ken- 
tucky street and Railroad avenue, crossing Mission Bay, the Potrero, Islais creek and Butcher- 
town to South San Francisco, a distance of about three miles, or a total distance from the foot 
of Market street of five miles. One fare of five cents is required for the entire distance. 

The Omnibus Railroad Company was the first organization of the city for the purpose 
of running street horse-cars, succeeding to the Omnibus Company, whose ancient and now almost 
forgotten vehicles, once, it was thought, performed the service so perfectly. These, in their 
day, elegant carriages are now relegated to the smaller towns, where the city resident, in his 
wanderings, regards them with wondrous curiosity, as a relic of a by-gone age. The enter- 
prise that imported the omnibuses — and profited by it— led again in perfecting its business 
and established the street railroad. Being the first, they had the choice of streets, excepting 
only Market, which then formed a part of tlie San Jose Railroad, the company chose the route 
from North Beach to South Park — the first a popular resort and tlie other the most fashionable 
quarter — running via Powell, Union, Stockton, ^V'ashington, Montgomerj' and Third streets 



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to its southern terminus ; and another line from the Metropolitan Theater through Montgom- 
ery to Market, Second, Howard and Sixteenth streets to the Mission Dolores. These names 
indicate the principal streets and points of attraction up to the inauguration of the street rail- 
way system in San Francisco. The streets now u^ed are : by the first line running yellow 
cars, from North Beach via Powell, Union, Stockton, Pacific, Montgomery Avenue, Mont- 
gomery, Market, Third and Townsend streets to the Southern Pacific Railroad depot, and the 
general offices of the Central and Southei'n Pacific Eailroad Companies. At Market a trans- 
fer is given to cars running to the ferry ; at Howard street to the cars on that street, running 
out Howard to Twenty-sixth street, and at Brannan to cars running to the Pacific Mail Steam- 
ship Company's wharf. The other branch, called the Howard street road, starting from 
the Metropolitan .Block on Montgomery street, runs along Washington to Sansome, to Market, 
Second and Howard to Twenty-sixth street, making the same connections as the Mont- 
gomery and Third street branch. 

The North Beach and Mission Railroad. — The growth of the city has been well marked 
by the construction of street railroads, these first traversing the most populous portions, and 
as their advantages were developed, and their profitableness proven, were extended as rapidly 
as the population spread, and even penetrated unsettled quarters, which were thereby ren- 
dered accessible, and soon rewarded the enterprise with abundant patronage. The North 
Beach and Mission was a rival of the Omnibus, and chose parallel routes, and, like the other, 
consists of two lines. One extends from North Beach at, Francisco street, via Mason, Broad- 
way, Kearny, Geary, Stockton and Fourth streets, to the Southern Pacific Railroad depot at 
Townsend street, giving transfers to the second line .at California and Folsom streets. The 
cars run at five minutes' interval; fare at the uniform rate of five cents, including transfers. 
The Mission route runs from the ferry landing, via Market, California, Kearny, Market, 
Fourth,^nd Folsom to Twenty-sixth street, and another branch from Montgomery street, via 
California, Battery, First and Folsom streets to Fourth, where transfers are made to the other 
branches. By the accommodating system cf transfers, the i^asseriger is carried for a single 
fare of five cents to every extreme of the city 

The Central Railroad marks another step in the changes of business and the growth of 
the city. The Comijany chose for its route a connection with the former landing of the Oak- 
land and Alameda ferries, on Davis street, between Pacific and Broadway, running on Jack- 
son, Sansome, Bush, Kearny, Post, Stockton, Geary, Taylor, Sixth and Brannan to Eighth ; 
but with the change of ferry landings, the change of starting point was made by extending 
the road along Jackson and East streets to the foot of Market. This formerly gave transfers 
at Turk street for the Lone Mountain branch, but the increase of business in that direction 
made a through line a necessity, which now runs from the ferry along Market, Pine, Sansome, 
Bush, Kearny, Post, Dupont, Market, Turk, Fillmore and Post streets, to Cemetery avenue, 
exchanging transfers at Taylor street with the Sixth street branch. The Central was for a 
long time the only road that reached the vicinity of the cemeteries, and from that fact was 
more popularly known as the Lone Mountain line, and, with its advantageous connection with 
the ferries and steamboat landings, was the most profitable road of the city. 

The Sutter Street Railroad comprises a very extended scheme of main lines and 
branches. Originally the main line ran from the steamboat landings at the foot of Broadway, 
along that street, Battery, Sutter, Polk, Vallejo, Octavia, Union, Pierce, Greenwich, Brod- 
erick, Lombard and Baker streets, to Harbor View, a distance of nearly four and a half miles. 
Branches run from the crossing of Larkin along that street to Market, and on Pacific street 
from Polk to Fillmore. This road was a most important factor in building up the otherwise 
isolated region along its route, but the numerous hills were exceedingly wearing upon the 
animals used in hauling cars, and travel was necessarily slow. It was, however, the only 
road penetrating that portion of the city, and for a number of years enjoyed a monopoly of 
the business. The subsequent construction and great success of the cable road along Clay 
street, crossing the precipitous ridge and giving access to the quarter traversed by the Sutter 
street line, made a reorganization necessary. An underground cable has been laid from the 
junction of Market street, along Sutter to Polk, thence to Bush, and along the latter to Cem- 
etery avenue, and a branch along Larkin street to Market, making it the longest cable road 
of the city. The cars now run by horse traction from the ferry landing, up Market^ street to 
Sutter, thence by cable to Polk, Bush and Cemetery avenge; also by horses from the engine 
house on Polk street to Vallejo, and on Vallejo to Octavia, where connection is made with the 
cars of the Presidio branch to Harbor View. The cable on Larkin street takes the cars to 
and from Market street, from which point horses are used on the extended line along Ninth 
and Mission streets to Woodward's Gardens. That portion from Davis street along Broadway 
and Battery streets to Market has been abandoned, and the ferry is reached by a direct road 
from Sutter down Market street. 

The City Railroad Company operate what is popularly known as the Mission street 
Railroad, running from the ferry along East street to Mission, thence to Twenty-sixth street. 
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Fifth and Mission to Twentieth street. This road was constructed chiefly by the late R. B. 
Woodward, for the primary object of establishing and controlling a method of cheap convey- 
ance to Woodward's Gardens, and its management has been economical and efficient from its 
inception. One-horse cars are chiefly used, uiaking frequent trips and affording rapid transit. 
The Clay Street Hill Railroad is distinguished as being the pioneer "cable road," 
not only of this city, but of the world. The system is unique, and a triumph of inventive 
genius and engineering skill of which San Francisco has just cause to be proud. While every 
city is seeking to perfect and cheapen its means of transit from business centers to suburbs, 
none have been found so effective, cheap, safe and pleasant as the underground cable and the 
stationary engine. This traverses hills as well as level streets, forms no more obstruction 
than the ordinary track, is noiseless in its operations, and the cars are more completely under 
control than when attached to horses. By its means the hilly regions are made as accessible 
as the level portion, and as they are regarded as healthier, those localities having the greatest 
elevation are the most desirable for residences. The construction of the Clay street road was 
regarded as an experiment of a very doubtful character, and the difficulties surmounted by 
the originator, and the labor bestowed upon the plans and exercised upon capitalists to enlist 
them in the enterprise were equal to the physical work of constructing the road itself. For 
this San Francisco is indebted to Mr. Benjamin H. Brooks, son of the distinguished lawyer 
B. S. Brooks, a pioneer of 1849. Attention was early called- to devise means of direct access 
to the northern portion of the "Western Addition," to whiah the high, precipitous ridge 
extending north from Bush street seemed an insurmountable barrier. A tunnel through the 
ridge along Broadway was proposed, and an Act of the Legislature was passed authorizing it. 
For several years this was agitated as the only feasible means, but it did not appear to fill the 
requirements, and the great cost forbade capital investing in it. This would have still left 
the elevated lands without relief, and it is fortunate that the tunnel was not undertaken. 
Mr. Brooks having conceived the happy idea of an endless wire cable, laid under the surface 
of the street and operated by a stationary engine, set his inventive genius to work to perfect 
the details. A year or more was spent in planning, draughting and experimenting, having in 
this the efficient aid of Mr. W. H. Hepburn, a very skillful civil engineer, and when fully 
prepared the scheme, as subsequently carried out and now in such successful operation, was 
presented to the Board of Supervisors and a franchise asked for. Thomas H. Selby, who was 
then Mayor, hesitated long and investigated the matter thoroughly before approving it, and 
then not until such engineers as General Alexander, of the army, B. P. Brunner, of the 
Rolling Mills, N. D. Arnott, of the street railroads, and others, had assured him of the 
feasibility of the plan and the safety of the operation as pi'oposed. In 18(39 the franchise was 
granted. The next great difficulty was to induce capital to invest in the enterprise. So novel 
was the scheme, and so poor the prospect of remuneration, that stock gambling was con- 
sidered preferable, and local capital refused to touch it. A subsidy of §30,000 was obtained 
from property holders along the route, but even with this help no money to do tlie work could 
be obtained. Eastern capitalists were invited to investigate it, but upon examining the 
locality, seeing the steep hill and the few pedestrians upon the street, declared it would never 
pay, and consoled the enthusiasm of the inventor by admiring the skillfuluess of his plans, 
but declining to invest. Thus struggling for some years, the plans and franchise were in 1872 
transferred to Mr. Hallidie for a nominal consideration, a new subsidy was subscribed, the 
great experiment undertaken, and in September, 1873, was completed from Kearny to Leav- 
enworth street, and put in operation. Not only has it proven a mechanical success, but, 
contrary to the opinion of capitalists, it has been remunerative beyond all systems in use. 
So complete and economical has it proven that other comimnies have adopted it, and in all 
probability the underground cable will eventually supercede all other means of traction for 
street cars. To the traveler the sensation of ascending and descending the steep hills is most 
delightful, the motion being rapid and easy, undisturbed by the painful sympathy for laboring 
horses, or fear of danger. The cable — a wire rope three inches in circumference — runs in an 
iron tube laid beneath the street, midway between the rails, with an open slit three-quarters 
of an inch wide, on the top, through which iron arms attached to and operated in the car, 
or "dummy," reach and clutch the cable, which is securely grasped or instantly released, as 
required. Brakes which press upon the track, as well as wheels, readily and securely stop 
and hold the cars, however steep the grade may be, thus being better prepared to avoid 
accident than when horses or locomotives are used. San Francisco in adopting this system 
has made a progress in street railroad building which places her far in advance of all other cities, 
and is the advance most remarkable of the last decade. The Clay street road now runs its 
cable from Kearny street to Van Ness avenue, one mile, carrying near two million passen- 
gers annually; using about five hundred tons of coal screenings in the same period. From 
the crossing of Leavenworth, a branch operated by horses runs on that street, Vallejo, Hyde, 
Union and Larkin, to Chestnut street. Fair five cents. 

The California Street Railroad is a cable road, and is regarded as the crowning 
achievement of its class. The practicability of ascending the high hills by means of 
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street being similarly situated — the elevation, however, being considerably greater — a com- 
pany was organized in 1876 for the purpose of making such a road through it. On the 5th of 
July, 1877, work was commenced, and on April 10th, 1878, the road was open for traffic 
from Kearny to Fillmore street, a distance of abox^t one and three-quarter miles. This has 
since been extended to First avenue, crossing Cemetery avenue, a total distance of two and 
a half miles. Cars, attached to ' ' dummy, ' both being elegantly fitted for passengers, leave 
Kearny street every two and a half minutes, and pass over the distance in twenty minutes, 
the fare being five cents. No expense or skill has been spared in making this road perfect in 
every detail, substantial, safe and enduring. The track is a rigid framework of iron, the ties 
placed every four feet, being of old T rails bent to form an inverted arch, thus leaving a 
space for the tube through which runs the cable, and all about the framework and tube is 
laid a solid body of concrete. The machinery is located at the southeast corner of Larkin 
and California, and is as complete and powerful as could be devised. There are two engines 
of five hundred horse power each, so arranged that either can be used in case of accident to 
the other, or both can be used together if required. At Kearny and Fillmore streets deep 
excavations were made, each sixty feet long, and walled up with solid masonry, in which are 
pulleys, fastened to heavily weighted cars on an inclined track, around which the cable runs 
and by their weight and mobility keep the cable taut. At Larkin street an excavation one 
hundred and ten feet in length, thirty feet in width and thirty-one feet in depth, heavily 
walled and arched with brick and iron, was made to receive the driving machinery. This 
Company has been granted the right to extend its road to First avenue, thence South to D or 
Fulton street, and thence to Sixth avenue^ 

The Berry Street Railroad, running from Channel street, or the landing at the foot 
of Third street, to Berry, and thence to Seventh, was constructed in 1877 for the use of wood 
and latiber dealers, but was never put in operation. 

The Geary Street, Park and Ocean Railroad, recently completed, is a cable road 
running from Market, at the junction of Kearny and Geary, through the latter to Point 
Lobos avenue, at the junction of Cemetery avenue, where it connects with a road operated 
by a dummy locomotive along Point LoVjos avenue to First avenue, thence on D street to 
the Golden Gate Park on the south and Golden Gate Park Race-course on the north. 
The cable road has a length of two and a half miles, and the portion extending to the 
Park, a length of about one and a quarter miles. The Geary Street road crossing the Larkin 
Street road, also a cable, involved the necessity of passing its cable under the other without 
interfering with its working, which engineering has been skillfully accomplished. Since its 
completion the travel over this road has been immense, at times the number of cars beinc 
insufficient to accommodate all who wished to avail themselves of the opportunity of taking 
a cheap ride to Golden Gate Park. 

During the year many other roads have been projected, and for several franchises have 
been obtained. Among the latter is the San Francisco and Ocean Shore Railroad, to run on 
Fulton street to the Ocean Beach and to the Cliff House. A railroad is projected and fran- 
chise granted to Charles Lux and others to run from Market on Second, Mission, Seventh 
Bryant, Ninth streets, and Potrero avenue to Twent)'-sixth street, a distance of two and a half 
miles, with branch from Ninth to Market, to Hayes, along Hayes, Gough, Bay and Laguna 
streets to Lewis and the water front ; also from the intersection of Potrero avenue, and 
Twenty-sixth street along Potrero avenue and its extensions to Thirby-fifth street, a distance 
of about two and a half miles, or a total distance from the junction of Second and Market 
streets of five miles. A franchise has also been granted to A. K. Baldwin and others to 
construct a road from the Presidio, running through the most available streets in the 
northern part of the city to the ferry landing at the foot of Market street. 

Steam Railroads. 

San Francisco may be regarded as the objective point of all railroads of the Pacific coast • 
but more particularly so of all in California. The city is fixed as the natural center of com- 
merce of the whole west coast of North America. The great rivers, valleys and mountain 
passes lead unerringly to this point, and thus converge the channels of inland trade from all 
the surrounding States and Territories. The broad bay affords one of the best harbors of 
the world, and the Golden Gate opens to the Pacific and all the maritime nations of the 
earth. The currents of the air and the ocean so aid the other advantages, that the location 
is perfected as a center of commerce. These natural conditions force all artificial lines of 
trade and travel to the same center, and therefore, whatever point on the coast other than 
this may be selected as the terminal point of a railroad, it will be found the road can 
have no terminus but by its connections with San Francisco. All transcontinental railroads 
will add to the greatness of San Francisco, wherever their nominal terminus may be. 

The principal railroads of the State, with their connections, are centered under one 
management, being the following as now conducted, with their termini and lengths: Central 
Pacific, from San Francisco to Niles, 30^ miles; the same, from San Jose to Ogden, 870^ 



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miles; the same, Oregon Division, Roseville to Reading, 151J miles; the same, Visalia Di- 
vision, Lathrop to Goshen, 146^ miles; Amador Branch from Gait to lone, 27^ miles; the 
Southern P^citic from Huron, via Goshen and Los Angeles, to Yuma, 530^ miles ; the same, 
from San Francisco to Tres Pinos; 100^ miles; the same, from Carnedero to Soledad, 60^ 
miles, the same, from Castroville to Monterey, 20 miles; the same, from Los Angeles to Wil- 
mington, via Florence, 22i miles; the same from Florence to Santa Ana, 27^ miles; the 
Southern Pacific of Arizona, from Yuma to Casa Grande, 182;^ miles; the Los Angeles & Li- 
dependence, from Los Angeles to Santa Monica, 18 miles; the Monterey and Salinas Valley, 
from Salinas to Monterey, 19 miles; the California Pacific, from South Vallejo to Sacramento, 
60 miles; the same, from Napa Junction to Calistoga, .S4i miles; the same, from Davis to 
Knight's Landing, 18^ miles; Northern Railway, from Oakland to Port Costa, 28i miles; 
ferry to Benicia, 1 mile; Northern Railway, from Benicia to Suisun, 15^ miles; the same, from 
Woodland to Willows, 65 miles; Sacramento Valley & Placer-vdlle, from Sacramento to Shingle 
Springs, 47| miles ; the Stockton & Copperopolis, from Stockton to Milton, 30 miles ; the 
same, from Peters to Oakdale, 19 miles; the San Pablo and Tulare, from Port Costa to Tracy, 
51 miles; Berkeley Branch of Northern Railway, from Shell Mound to Berryman's, 3f miles; 
The total under the control of the managers of the Central Pacific Railroad Company, 
amounting to 3582 miles, to which may be added 650 miles of steamboat route on the Sacra- 
mento, San Joacpiin. Colorado and other rivers, making a total of 4232 miles of transporta- 
tion under one company, or rather one general management, as there are, nominally, several 
companies. The Directors of the Central Pacific are Leland Stanford, C. P. Huntington, 
Charles Crocker, E. H. Miller, Jr.-, W. V. Huntington, E. W. Hopkins, and C. F. Crocker. 
The first of this great system was the Sacramento Valley Railroad, constructed in 1855 
and 1856, from Sacramento to Folsom, a distance of 22^ miles, and at a cost of $1,100,000. 
The building of this, now a simple and unimportant road, was regarded as a grand enterprise 
at that early date in our history, and it was the first railroad ever seen by many of the 
immigrants from the Western States. Railroads did not then, as at present, traverse almost 
every county of the United States, and they were indeed a curiosity. This has since been 
extended to Shingle Springs, in El Dorado C'ounty, 

The Ckntral Pacific Railroad is California's portion of the great transcontinental 
line. Woi-k was commenced on it on the 9th of January, 1863; th« first shovel of earth 
being turned by Leland Stanford, then Governor of California and President of the railroad 
company. Connection with the Union Pacific was made on the 15th of May, 1869, at Prom- 
ontory, in Utah, 828 miles from San Francisco. At a later date arrangements were made 
with the Union Pacific Company, whereby that portion of the road from Promontory to 
Ogden was transferred to the Central Pacific Company. The obtaining the franchise and 
subsidies, and the building of this road and its connections, form an important part of Cali- 
fornia's history, which has been quite completely told in previous issues of the Directory. 
On the 28th of December, 1679, an important change was made in the route to Sacramento, 
via Oakland, and crossing the Straits of Carquinez, from Port Costa to Benicia, with trains 
of cars on a ferrying steamer. The distance is about one mile across, and is made in ten 
minutes. By this route the distance from San Francisco to Sacramento is 89j miles, while 
by the former route, via Oakland, Martinez and Stockton, it was 151 miles. Over this route 
is taken the overland freight and passenger trains. 

The Southern Pacific, with its different divisions, routes and extent, has been men- 
tioned. The different branches comprise a system as complex as the Central. While the real 
Southern Pacific runs from San Francisco via San Jose to Tres Pinos, tlie trains upon that 
road run to Soledad ; but to reach the southern part of the State the Central Pacific is taken 
from San Francisco to Goshen, where the main line of the Southern Pacific is intercepted. 
This route is via San Jose, Tres Pinos, Huron and Goshen, but that portion from Tres Piuos 
to Huron, about 100 miles in extent, is not yet constructed, the precipitous mountain range 
separating the San Benito from the San Joaquin Valley preventing. In Arizona this road 
has been extended to Casa (irande, a distance of 182i miles from Yuma, and 902 miles from 
San Francisco. 

The Northern Railway is also in detached parts, operating in conjunction with the 
California Pacific, joining it at Suisnn and leaving it at Woodland, whence it runs to Willows, 
in Colusa County, 64 miles from Woodland and 151 from San Francisco. This northern 
arm runs through one of the finest wheat regions of the State, and is to be extended to a 
junction M'ith the Oregon Division of the Central Pacific, at, or near Tehama. From the 
foregoing it would appear that the State was covered by the rails of a single company, as 
they run in every direction and embrace so great an extent of country. There are, however 
several independent lines as follows: 

The San Francisco and North Pacific, from Donahue to Cloverdale, a distance of 66 
miles, with a branch from San Rafael to Junction, near Petaluma, 20A miles, and a branch 
from Fulton to the lumber region about Guerneville, 16 miles in length. This road makes 
connection with San Francisco by steamboat from Donahue, 24 miles, and from San Rafael 
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The North Pacific Coast Railroad is a narrow gauge from Saucelito and San Quen- 
tin to Duncan's Mills, having a total length of rail of 80| miles, including its two terminal 
arms. This connects by ferry from Saucelito 6 miles to San Francisco, and from San Quen- 
tin 11 miles. 

The Vaca Valley and Clear. Lake Railroad connects with the California Pacific at 
Elmira, in Solano County, and running through the fine fruit and farming region of Vaca 
Valley and Winters, terminates at Madison, in Yolo County, a length of 30 miles. 

The Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad connects the Central Pacific at Colfax, 
in Placer County, with Grass Valley and Nevada City, in Nevada County, a total length of 
22^ miles. 

The California Northern Railroad is the pioneer of the northern portion of the 
State, running from Marysville to Oroville, in Butte County, a distance of 28 miles. 

The South Pacific Coast Railroad is a narrow gauge connecting with San Francisco 
by ferry to Alameda and running thence to Santa Cruz, a total distance of 80 miles. This 
road is not fully completed, there being several tunnels yet unfinished. The road in oper- 
ation extends from Alameda to Wrights, a length of 57i miles, or 62^ from San Francisco. 
The route is continued by stage. ■ Frequent trips are made, and the road is the most perfect 
of its class. 

The Monterey and Salinas Valley Railroad is a narrow gauge running from Salinas 
to Monterey, a distance of 19 miles. This has recently been sold to the Central Pacific 
management, and will probably be taken up and the route abandoned. 

The Santa Cruz Railroad is a narrow gauge from the Southern Pacific at Pajaro to 
Santa Crnz, a distance of 21^ miles. The Santa Cruz and Felton Railroad connects the two 
places named in its title, having a length of 14 miles. 

The Pittsburg and Black Diamond Railroads are each 7 miles in length, and are 
used for the transportation of coal from the mines of Mount Diablo to landings on SuisunBay. 

The San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria Valley Railroad connects the valley of the 
interior with the steamer landing at Point Harford, a distance of 11 miles. 

Many other roads and extensions are projected, and with the increasing business of the 
State, and the recovery of the people from recent financial embarrasments, we may look for 
great enterprise in this direction. 

Steamship Iiines. 

Pacific Mail Steamship Company. — This company owns and operates the following lines: 
New York and Aspinwall, two thousand miles; Panama and San Francisco, three thousand 
two hundred miles; Panama and Acapulco, one thousand eight hundred miles; Panama and 
Champerico, one thousand one hundred miles; San Francisco and Hongkong, six thousand 
four hundred miles; San Francisco and Tacoma, one thousand miles; San Francisco and 
Australia, eight thousand six hundred miles; total length of routes, twenty-three thousand 
nine hundred miles, a distance, very nearly equal to the circumference of the earth. 

For the transaction of the immense business included in these routes, the company now 
owns and has in service twenty-two iron screw propellers, seventeen side-wheel steamships, 
besides superannuated vessels, tug boats, etc. Many of these vessels are of the best class of 
naval construction, and possess the most luxurious appointments. 

In the New York and San Francisco through line, via the Isthmus, a vessel leaves New 
York on the 20th and 30th of each month, and San Francisco on the 5th and 20th of each 
month. The vessels of this line touch only at San Jose de Guatemala, Acapulco, Manzanillo, 
San Bias and Mazatlan. In the Panama and Champerico line, a vessel leaves New York on 
the 10th and 30th of each month, and Champerico on the 4th and 20th. In the Panama and 
Acapulco line, a vessel leaves New York on the 20th and Acapulco on the 18th of each month. 
The Champerico and Acapulco lines are more especially designed for the accommodation of 
the coastwise trade of the Central American and Mexican ports of the Pacific. 

On the great intercontinental line, a vessel is dispatchecf from San Francisco on the 1st of 
every month, except when that day is Sunday, when the sailing day is on the Saturday 
previous, for Yokohama and Hongkong. On this line the business of the past year has shown 
a slight increase over 1878, in the matter of freights, accompanied, however, with a material 
decrease in the passenger traffic. 

On the Australia route, a vessel leaves San Francisco every fourth Saturday, commencing 
with January 17th of the present year, carrying the United States and British mails, for Hon- 
olulu, Auckland and Sydney. 

On the Tacoma line, a vessel is dispatched on the 10th, 20th and 30th of each month, for 
Victoria, B. C, Port Townsend, Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and Portland. The company's 
more important connections are as follows : At Yokohama, with steamers of the Mitsu Bishi 
Co., for Hiogo, Nagasaki and Shanghai; at Hongkong, with English and French steamers for 
the upper ports of India, the Red Seaand the Suez Canal; at Sydney, with steamers for Welling- 
ton, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart Town; at Panama, with Pacific Steam Navigation Co. 's 
line for all important South American ports, and at Aspinwall, with steamers of the Royal Mail 



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Steam Packet Co., Hamburg- American Packet Co., West Indies and Pacific Steamship Co., 
and Campagnie Generale Trans-Atlantique, to the various ports of Europe direct. 

Pacific Coast Steamship Company. — This company does nearly all the coasting business 
between San Francisco and San Diego, excepting the transportation of lumber. Its steamers 
run to nearly every port on the Pacific Coast from San Diego on the south to British Columbia 
on the north. It owns sixteen steamers, two of them just ofi"the stocks. Their new steamer, 
State of California, is probably the fastest and finest ever built in this country, being the first 
and only one flying the American flag built under the supervision and rules of the British 
Lloyds. She is on the Portland, Oregon, route. The other, the Victoria, is on the British 
Columbia route 

The company is under the general agency of the well-known firm of Goodall, Perkins & Co. , 
who own a majority of the stock. The amount of the capital stock is $2,000,000, divided into 
20,000 shares of §100 each. Over §1,000,000 has been paid in, and the company's assets foot 
up largely in excess of that amount. The Ticket Office is at 214 Montgomery, and the Genei-al 
Oflice at No. 10 Market street 

The Oregon Railway and Navigation Company ^until recently called the Oregon 
Steamship Company) established, nearly twenty years ago, a regular line of steamships to 
ply between San Francisco, Astoria and Portland, Oregon. Vessels now leave each port 
about every five days, carrying the United States mails, express, treasure, freight and pas- . 
sengers, and connecting wdth quick dispatch at Portland with railroads, steamers and other 
connecting stage lines, for all points in Oregon, Washington and Idaho Territories, British, 
Columbia and Alaska. To accommodate the constantly increasing trade and travel between 
San Francisco and Oregon, this company has, during the past two j'ears, added to its fleet five 
large, new, fast, first-class iron-screw steamships. All of these steamships combine great 
speed with great carrying capacity of passengers and freight, and are pro\'ided with all the 
modern improvements and elegant appointments, including superior cabin and steerage 
accommodations, for the safety and comfort of the traveling public, and the quick and safe 
handling of cargo. Henry Villard, Esq., is president, and Capt. K. Van Oterendorp agent 
and general superintendent; office 210 Battery street. 

Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company. — This company has been in active 
operation between vSan Francisco and China and Japan since June, 1S75. They dispatch one 
of their steamers about the middle of every month, carrying the United States mails. Its 
equipment consists of the G?elic, Oceanic and Belgic, three large, well-equipped vessels, of 
first-class build, affording excellent accommodations, and almost perfect safety to the sea- 
faring public. This line is operated by a company of some of the most reliable and worthy 
business men of this city. 

The California and Mexican Steamship Company dispatches a vessel upon the 3d of 
each month for Magdalena Bay, Cape St. Lucas, Mazatlan, La Paz and GuajTnas. This line 
carries the Mexican mails and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express, and is engaged exclusively in the 
Mexican Coast trade. 

In addition, there are plying from the city to various points on the coast and in our river 
and bay trade the following : For Eel River and Coos Bay, Oregon, steamer Areata; for 
Eureka, Hookton and Areata, steamers Humboldt and Los Angeles; for San Buenaventura and 
way ports, steamer Constantine; for Sacramento, the steamers Enterprise and Julia form dail/ 
lines, leaving the Washington Street Wharf at 4 p. m. The Sacramento trade also includes 
the steamers San Joaquin, Reform, and Pride of the River. The steamers City of Stockton, 
Alice Garratt, Centennial, Tulare, and Mary Garratt form a daily line to Stockton, and smaller 
steamers ply between Napa, Petaluma, Antioch, Marysville, and intermediate points, con- 
necting them with the city. 

Ferries. 

The Oakland Ferry, at the foot of Market street, leaves every half hour for Oakland, 
from 6:10 A. m., until 7 p. m. The next boat leaves at 8:10; the next, 9:20; the next, 10:30; 
and the last at 1 1 :4o. Trips are also made via the Creek Route, boats leaving at 5 :40, 6 :.30, 
7:20, 8.15, 9:15, 10:15 and 11:15 A. M., and 12:15, 1:15, 2:25, 3:15, 4:15, 5:15 and 6:15 p. m. 
The average number of passengers crossing from Oakland daily during 1879, was fifteen thou- 
sand two hundred and forty; it is estimated that fully twenty thousand cross on Sundays. 
Fare, fifteen cents each way; round-trip tickets, on Sundays, twenty-five cents. Commuta- 
tion tickets, good for one trip, each way, per day, for one month, are sold at §3. The follow- 
ing statistics concerning the travel on this ferry will prove quite interesting : Number of 
trips, 1873, two millions six hundred and fifty-five thousand six hundred and seventy-one; 
1874, three millions one hundred and ninety-two thousand nine hundred and four; 1875, four 
millions twenty-eight thousand three hundred and ten; 1876, four millions nine hundred and 
nine thousand nine hundred and sixty; 1877, five millions five hundred and seventy thousand 
five hundred and fifty-five; 1878, five millions seven hundred and fifty-four thousand six hun- 
dred and two; 1879, five millions five hundred and sixty-two thousand eight hundred and 
eighty-nine. The company's slips and buildings are located at the foot of Market street, upon 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY. ""^sT.cWe'Ulf.'i'r* »»'•'«" 



J MACDONOUGH i^***^'''''*^'* of and dealer in coal and pig iron. 



41 Market Street, comer Spear. 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 27 



the line of water front adopted by the Poard of Harbor Commissioners. The buildings are 
conveniently arranged, and contain waiting and refreshment rooms, ticket offices, baggage 
and express rooms, for the accommodation of passengers awaiting the ferries. This connects 
with all trains of the Central Pacafic Railroad. 

The San Quentin Ferry is at the foot of Market street. Four trips are made daily, 
boats leaving at 9:20 and 11:40 a. m., and at 2:15 and 4:45 P. M., connecting with the North 
Pacific Coast Railroad for San Rafael and Duncan's Mills. 

Saucelito Ferry. — The landing of these ferry steamers is at the foot of Market street. 
Four round trips are made daily. About three thousand passengers are carried daily. Con- 
nection is made -with, the North Pacific Coast Pi.ailroad Co., for San Rafael, Duncan's Mills, etc. 
Boats leave as follows : 8:45 and 10:30 a. m., and 3:15 and 5:15 P. m. An extra trip is made 
on Mondays, leaving the wharf at 7:00 A. M. 

Berkeley Ferry. — A boat leaves San Francisco daily (Sundays excepted) at 3:30 p. m. 
Time, forty-five minutes. 

The Alameda Ferry has its landing at the foot of Market street, immediately adjoining 
and southeast of the Oakland Ferry landing. Boats leave at 5:30, 6:40, 7:45, 9:00 and 10:30 
A. M., and 12:00 M., 1:30, 4:00, 5:15, 6:30 and 8:30 P. M. The trip requires twenty-five 
minutes. This ferry is run by the South Pacific Coast Railroad Company. 

Water Front and Harbor ImproTements. 

The Board of Engineers appointed by the Harbor Commissioners under the provisions of 
the Act of the Legislature of 1875-6, have established a new line of water front, which begins 
two hundred feet seaward from the northern prolongation of the Presidio Reservation, and 
extends in an easterly and southerly direction upon straight lines, in such manner as to 
approach as near as practicable *the extreme outer projections of the water front, established 
by Act of 1851, to a point near the intersection of Second and Berry streets, and thence to 
continue southerly upon straight lines in such manner as to approach as near as practicable the 
extreme outer projections of the water-line front, established by the Board of State Tide Land 
Commissioners, to the southern boundary of the City and County of San Francisco. An im- 
portant feature of the readjustment of the water front is that it will afford a new thoroughfare, 
two hundred feet in width, extending in straight lines from point to point along the water 
front, and affording easy access to all parts of it. Distances will be very materially shortened. 
The new line provides for free entrance to China, Central, India, South and Dry Dock Basins. 
The following is the estimate of costs of the new line, including the expense of dredging a 
channel sixty feet wide and twenty feet deep, filling it with large stone, filling the thorough- 
fare with small stone and earth, planking the roadway, and constructing a wharf fifty-one 
feet wide, to serve as a facing to the sea wall : From Chestnut to Harrison street, 7,000 feet, 
$2,357,886; from Chestnut to Powell street, 3,170 feet, §844,800; from Harrison to the foot of 
Second street, 3,080 feet, $1,156,400. Total distance, 13,250 feet; total cost, $4,359,086. 

During the past year, the receipts from all sources for the Harbor Fund have been 
$708,184 94. Expenditures, $433,814 07; turned in to State Treasury, $274,370 87. Of the 
expenditures, $137,378 39 have been devoted to permanent improvement, $3,948 84 to the 
purchase of dredges and steam tugs, $27,182 16 to urgent repairs, $107,091 87 to sea wall 
account, and the remainder to maintenance and contingent expenses. 

Work contemplated in China Basin has been delayed by questions on the part of property 
owners as to the right of the Board to enter China Basin. The matter is now before the 
Supreme Court, and if favorably decided, important and extensive improvements will be imme- 
diately undertaken, the effect of which will be to afford a vast increase of accommodations 
to our lumbermen. 

Work under three separate contracts is now in progress, covering the contemplated bulk- 
head at North Beach, from Stockton to Lombard streets. For the first thousand feet the 
gross price is about $145,000. The second thousand feet has been let at forty-six cents per 
cubic yard for the rock work, and twenty cents for earth, and $20,000 additional for wharf; 
the third thousand feet, for sixty-five cents per cubic yard for rock work, and twenty-five 
cents for earth, with $20,000 additional for wharf. An additional section of six hundred and 
twenty-five feet has also been let, extending from the westerly end of section one to the 
westerly line of Powell street, at fifty three cents per cubic yard for rock work, and twenty- 
four and nine hundredths cents for earth, with $14,800 additional for wharf. A section of one 
thousand feet between Lombard and Filbert streets will be let at an. early date. Kearny 
street has been filled in from the shore-line to the bulkhead, at a cost of $11,975. 

Water fSupply. 

The Spring' Valley Water Works draw their principal supply at present from the 
Peninsula, where they control the water-shed of thirty-nine square miles, which supplies 
their three storage reservoirs, namely : the" Pilarcitos, the San Andreas, and the Crystal 
Springs. They are located at a sufficiently high altitude to supply all parts of the city by 
gravitation. These three reservoirs together have a storage capacity of over fifteen thousand 



I RIINni APH Ri CO Growers of and Dealers in FINE WINES. 

Ji \JUIlLrL.nV/ll VX V/V/i corner Market and Second Street*. 



THE CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPORTATION CO., ^^aT&l^^.*"/,^^^ 



28 SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



million gallons. They can and will be increased to forty-six thousand million gallons, by 
building the lower Crystal Spi-ings dam. The water from these reservoirs is conducted, by 
means of two thirty-inch plate-iron pipes, into the Lake Honda and the College Hill reservoirs, 
respectively. The former holds thirty-three million gallons, and the latter fifteen million 
gallons. These two reservoirs again feed the five smaller distributing reservoirs in San Fran- 
cisco, viz : Market Street, Russian Hill, Francisco Street, Clay Street, and Brannan Street 
Reservoirs, all of which have a capacity of more than sixty million gallons. The water from 
these distributing reservoirs is furnished to the inhabitants of San Francisco through a system 
of cast-iron pipes, laid in the streets, nearly one hundred and seventy miles in length, varying 
in diameter from twenty-two inches to three inches. The Company also obtain from Loboa 
Creek, by means of an aqueduct and pumping works at Black Point, two million gallons daily. 
It owns additional water rights relating to the coast streams above and below Spanishtown, 
which will enable it to utilize a water-shed of sixty square miles. It has also acquired Cala- 
veras Valley, which controls two hundred and fifty square miles of water-shed, and is the 
next nearest source of supply to San Francisco that exists. It has facilities readily adapting 
it to the construction of reservoirs that will contain forty thousand million gallons. From 
these Calaveras reservoirs the water will be conducted by an aqueduct, consisting of two miles 
of tunnel, twenty-two miles of pipe, and about twenty-tour miles of open aqueduct, to Crystal 
Springs and San Andreas Reservoirs ; independent pipe lines will convey the water from there 
to the city reservoirs. When the entire works are developed as proposed, the Spring Valley 
Water Works will have a storage capacity aggregating eighty-six thousand million gallons, and 
fed from a total water-shed of about three hundred and fifty square miles ; all of which, when 
developed, will give an average yield of more than two hundred million gallons daily — which, 
according to the amount consumed in Liverpool, England, viz : fourteen and one-half gallons 
per capita, will be enough to supply near fourteen million inhabitants. The Company is also 
prepared, in case of any exigency requiring additional supplies, to pump water from Lake 
Merced to the extent of five million gallons per day. 

Exhaustive surveys, looking to tlie building of water works to be owned by the city, by 
Colonel Mendell, of the United States Engineer Corps, under the direction of the Board of 
Water Commissioners created by the act of the Legislature of 1876, were made in 1876 and 

1877. A number of different schemes were proposed and examined, having their sources in 
the Sierra Nevada, several of which were highly approved by the public ; but after an ex- 
penditure of near one hundred thousand dollars in examinations, etc., the enquiry was 
abandoned. Overtures were made for the purchase by the city of the Spring Valley Water 
Works, which were offered for $11,800,000, which being deemed too large a sum, the purchase 
was not made. For a number of years the proposition has been entertained of purchasing 
Lake Merced, and by pumping, supply a portion of the city. The price fixed was 815,000,- 
000. This was agreed upon under Act of the Legislature passed in 1876, known as the 
"Rogers bill," but before the sale was consummated the law was repealed by the Legislature 
in January, 1880. Under the New Constitution the Municipal authorities have the power to 
regulate the rates for water and to assess property for a portion, thus reducing the rates to 
consumers. 

Pablic Squares and Gardens. 

There are twenty-two public parks, or squares, in this city, varying in size from two 
hundred feet to the great Ocean Park of one thousand and thirteen acres. Ocean, or Golden 
Gate Park, lies in the northwestern portion of the city, bordering on the ocean. It is fifty-six 
blocks long and nine blocks wide — or three miles long and a half mile wide. A beautiful 
avenue, or drive, about three-quarters of a mile long and one hundred yards wide, leads from 
the city proper to the park. There are seven lakelets in this park; also arbors, grottoes, 
mounds, rustic benches, etc., which gives it rather a picturesque and romantic appearance. 
Up to June 30, 1877, the Park Commissioners had received from all sources $499,941 09, 
of which $486,249 47 had been expended, leaving a cash balance of $13,691 62. From June 
30, 1877, to June 30, 1878, the receipts from various sources were $75,182 38; balance 
from previous year, .$13,691 62— .$88,874 00. Expenditures, $57,210 38. Balance June 30, 

1878, $31,663 62. From June 30, 1878, to June 30, 1879, the receipts have been as 
follows : From taxes, $45,419 77; from Police Court fines, $600; from Pound fees, $91; 
from sale of old sacks, $34; from sale of iron pipe, $125 20; sale of disabled horses, $75 25; 
and $2,000 transferred from the General Fund — making a total since their last report of 
$48,345 22, with balance on hand at that date, $31,663 62— $80,008 84. 

The amount expended during the past year is $74,762 78, leaving a cash balance on 
hand of $5,246 06. Since its organization, the Board of Park Commissioners has disbursed 
$618,222 63, all of which is represented by actual work performed on the grounds in its 
charge, and for the purchase of material and merchandise employed in the work. The 
Legislature of 1876 authorized the Board of Supervisors to make annual appropriations of 
$15,000 from the General Fund, and an annual tax levy of one and one-half cent upon 
each one hundred dollars for its maintenance. Early in the fiscal year ending June 30, 1878, 
a special appropriation from the General Fund of $10,000, and an additional levy of one 



MULLER THE LEADING OPTICIAN. '^^'f^KWIi^-' 



IDNA^ I IMDRRISflN l<ainber Dealer, Ai.£i._cor. Allsslon and SpearStB.,liaal&r|(* 



Lumber SJieds filled iivlth ivell seasoned l<am1>er. 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 29 



per cent, (making a total levy for Park purposes of two and one-half per cent.) was made 
by the Board of Supervisors. A subsequent order, however, revoked the direct appropria- 
tion and reduced the levy to two per cent. As a consequence, works of improvement during 
the year were discontinued, and force employed only to the extent necessary for maintenance, 
except in the case of the conservatory, built during the year, for which purpose the special 
appropriation of $40,000 by the Legislature was made. The gross amount of expenditure 
above set forth includes the expenses for fencing Buena Vista and Mountain Lake Parks, 
making large plantations in the former, and the expense of the preliminary topographical 
surveys for Golden Gate Park. Deducting these, and there remains actually expended upon 
the Park, in the six and one-half years since the work was begun, $570,642 52. Of this 
amount, about $185,000 is chargeable to maintenance, $20,000 to work horses, rolling stock, 
tools, etc., the remainder, $366,879 74, being chargeable to direct improvement. 

During the year ending June 30, 1879, the Park was visited by seven hundred and three 
thousand four hundred and fifty-five persons. 

The length of roadway constructed is forty-eight thousand six hundred and eighty-two 
feet, representing an area of two million fifty-six thousand six hundred and thirty square feet. 
About five miles of linear length of walks have been constructed, of which nearly three-fourths 
are completed, the remainder needing only the capping surface of screened rock with which 
all are finished. The improvements in roadway during the past year consist in the completion 
of a large section of the "Southern Drive," the driveway connecting with First avenue, and 
a fine macadamized road connecting the western entrance with the Point Lobos Road. About 
five tliousand five hundred feet of walks have also been completed. A large area has been 
graded, converted into lawns, and sown with selected grasses. A cottage for the florist in 
charge of the conservatories has been erected, also a propagating house in the nursery grounds. 
Extensive improvements are now being made, the men being paid by voluntary subscription 
secured by Mr. David Bush. 

The number of trees and shrubs planted in the Park since the spring of 1872, when this 
branch of improvement was begun, is one hundred and fifty-five thousand nine hundred and 
sixty-eight. In the nursery, for future planting in the coming season, there are forty -five 
thousand trees and shrubs, and about twenty-five thousand flowering plants. The reclamation 
of the lands bordering on the great highway, from the continued drift of the shifting sands 
of the ocean, the solution of the problem for which the simple means adopted by the engineer 
in charge, amply furnished, continues to become more and more assured ; the dune has steadily 
increased in height, and its resisting power to the drifting force of the sands has become fully 
established. 

In 1878, a conservatory was erected for the reception of the two conservatories presented 
to the Park Commissioners by a number of our prominent citizens during the year 1877. 
These conservatories were purchased from the estate of the late James Lick, Esq, , by whom 
they were imported from France, and presented upon the condition that suitable buildings 
for their reception and care should be erected in Golden Gate Park within eighteen months 
from date of presentation. In pursuance of this condition, the Legislature of 1877-8 passed an 
enabling act, authorizing the appropriation of $40,000, and the work was at once begun. The 
conservatory is located about one-quarter of a mile from the entrance of the main park, and is 
built upon a plateau, partially artificial, lying to the right of, and about fifteen feet above, the 
level of the main drive. An adequate conception of its magnificent character maybe obtained 
from the following figures : 

It is built, judging from superficial appearance, almost entirely of glass, is two hundred 
and fifty feet in length, the main building being fifty-six feet square, and surmounted by a 
dome, rising fifty-six feet high in the clear, inside measurement, the inside space being 
unbroken by any trusses or girders, the roof beiing supported and sustained entirely by its 
connection with the external walls. In this splendid dome the bright glare of the con- 
tinuous crystal is relieved by two lines of glass in variegated colors, one at the spring of 
the arch and the other at the summit of the arch. The remaining portions of the building 
average thirty-five feet in width; the east and west ends being extended in their fronts, which 
face the south, to a line parallel with the main or central building. In front of the main 
building is a reception room, twenty by twenty feet, through which visitors will enter. In 
the center of the reception room is a small pool, from the middle of which rises a tasty and 
unique fountain, the design showing a swan surrounded by magnolias, upholding a bowl in 
which a mermaid rises, holding on her shoulders a sea-shell in which the fountain plays. On 
the right of the rotunda is the ' ' Orchid House, " an arched room, thirty-five by fifty feet, not 
yet thoroughly stocked, yet still making quite a display of some handsome varieties. The 
east extension is used as the aquatic house. Here, in the front, is located the fernery, in the 
shape of a Grecian cross, from which the water passes to the main pool in the rear of it, 
which is a trifle lower in height, and thirty feet in diameter. This is the home of the Victoria 
Water Lily, a tropical flower, whose exuberant growth produces leaves five and six feet in 
length, each of which is capable of upholding a child on the water. During the year the queen 
lily arrived at maturity, and has now produced about twenty-five beautiful flowers. Some 
of the leaves measure eight feet in diameter. The temperature of this pool is maintained at 



/^rrv 11/ PI Ani/ 6*5 MARKET STREET, wholesale and retail dealer In 

uLU. YY. LLMn^, Paper Han ws & Shade Material. Manufacturer of window SMes 



JAMES E. GORDON & CO., ^o^^^^^ ^^^J^Z'^J^r 



Market and Front Streets. 



30 SAN FRANCISCO DIBECTORY. 



eighty'degrees Fahrenheit. The heating apparatus is located in the basement of the office, 
which is situated directly in the rear of the main building. The pipes for communicating the 
heat to the main building are over four thousand feet in length. On the east of the office, and 
in the rear of the east wing, is located a smaller glass house, fifty by twelve feet, containing 
two propagating beds. Similarly located, in rear of the west wing, is another structure, 
twenty-five by thirty-five feet, containing two nursery beds. 

The whole building required in its construction twenty-six thousand square feet of glass, 
weighing thirty-five tons, and three tons of putty. It is a marvel of architectural beauty, sur- 
passing in this respect any similar construction in the United States, and is only equalled in 
size by the Government Conservatory in the Horticultural Gardens at Washington. The 
contractors were Messrs. Lord and Burnham, of Irvington, N. Y., who make a specialty of 
works of this class. This being the largest work they have ever executed, they have given 
personal supervision to all its details, and its completion has justly created for them, as well 
as for the reputation of San Francisco's greatest park, a monument of never-failing beauty; a 
testimonial to the one of superior skill and genius, and to the management of the other a full 
comprehension of the jesthetic tastes of our people. 

No further work upon the parks of the city has been done during the year, save simple 
maintenance, except in the case of Pioneer Park, where the road leading to its summit has 
been completed^ 

In addition to Golden Gate Park, we have Pioneer Park, on the crest of Telegraph Hill, 
which embraces six fifty- vara lots, donated for the purpose by several liberal citizens ; Buena 
Vista Park, bounded by Haight, Fell and Broderick streets, containing thirty-six acres; 
Mountain Lake Public Square, in the Presidio Reservation, and eighteen additional reserved 
blocks or squares in different sections of the city, most of M'hich have been more or less im- 
proved. Portsmouth Square, opposite the old City Hall, is noted as being the place where 
the United States flag was raised over our newly acquired territory from Mexico, on the 8th 
day of July, 1846. 

Woodward's Gardens. -^-These gardens, although a private collection and improvement, 
are justly regarded as one of the principal attractions of the city. They are located on the 
block bounded by Mission, Thirteenth, Valencia and Fourteenth streets; are finely improved, 
and contain valuable and extensive collections of natural and antique curiosities, wild animals, 
fossils and paintings. 

Central Gardens, located at the junction of Point Lobos and Central avenues, will be, 
when completed, one of the most attractive places of resort in the city. The grounds will 
belaid out iu a tasty and ornamental manner, and planted with shrubbery, flowers, etc., of 
the choicest and most varied kinds. It will contain fountains, aviaries, conservatories, 
menageries, fish.poiads, etc. There will be erected a capacious amphitheater for the purpose 
of balloon ascensions; also a pavilion, which will accommodate over five thousand persons. 
The site will command a fine view of the bay and surrounding country. 

Public Schools. 

The free public schools of San Francisco are the pride of the citizens, and their efficiency 
attract many families to reside in the city in order that their children may reap the advan- 
tages they off'er. The first English school was established in April, 1847, with about thirty 
pupils, taught by a Mr. Marston, who is therefore the pioneer teacher of the city. Late in 
the same year the citizens organized a public school, and erected a building on the southwest 
corner of the Plaza, now Portsmouth Square. In April, 1849, the Common Council estab- 
lished a public school, and John C. Pelton and wife were employed ae teachers, and this was 
the beginning of the system which has continued to the present time. During the fiscal year 
1878-79 there were (jO schools, employing 696 teachers, and having an enrolled attendance of 
38,129 pupils, of whom 19,926 were boys and 18,203 girls. By the report of the School Cen- 
sus Marshal, June 30, 1879, the number of jouth in the city under seventeen years of age 
is 88,104, being an increase for the year of 7,816. The number between five and seventeen 
who are entitled to draw school money is 62,105, an increase of 6,206 for the year. The num- 
ber attending private and church schools only during the year (not including Chinese) was 
7,224, an increase during the year of 673. The number between five and seventeen years of 
age (not including Chinese) who have not attended school at any time during the year was 
19,389, an increase over the preceding year of 3,168. The last exhibit — of children not at- 
tending any school — is worthy of note. The enrollment at the different schools was as fol- 
lows: High schools — Boys, 350; girls, 901; total, 1,251. Grammar schools, including some 
primary grades — Boys, 6,99!) ; girls, 7,246; total, 14,246. Primary schools, including some 
grammar grades — Boys, 10,743; girls, 9,807 ; total, 20,550. Evening schools — Boys, 1,8.34; 
girls, 249; total, 2,083. The financial condition of the Department is represented as folloM's: 
The State and city tax for school purposes in the year 1878 79 was 16 cents on each $100. 
The total income, including cash on hand at the beginning of the year, was .§856,107 52, a de- 
crease from the previous year of $161,102 31. The expenditures were §876,489 14; less than 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY. *«''""9*S!l,feS7i'-''*'"'*''* 



J MACDONDUGH i^i**orter of aivd dealer in all kinds of foreign 



AND domestic coal, 41 Alarket Street, comer Spear. 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 31 



the previous year by $112,769 85. Cost of instruction per pupil, based on the enrollment, 
and excluding expenditures for lots and buildings, §21 96. Cost of instruction per pupil, 
based on average attendance, and including expenditures for lots and buildings, $32 37. The 
amount paid teachers' salaries, §689,485 88. The estimated value of school property is: School 
sites, $1,930,000 ; buildings, $900,000 ; school furniture, $183,000 ; libraries, $9,302; school 
apparatus, $25,000. Total, §3,047,302. The Superintendent, in his Annual Report, institutes 
comparisons of the cost of the schools of San Francisco with those of St. Louis, Cincinnati and 
Boston. A principal of a grammar school in St. Louis receives $2,250; in Cincinnati, $2,110; 
and in San Francisco $2,406 per annum. Primary teachers of the lowest class in Boston re- 
ceive from $504 to $744 per annum, and in San Francisco $600 to $840 per annum. The 
salaries of head masters in high schools in Boston, $3,780; principal in high school in San 
Francisco, $4,000. The difference is regarded as not as great as the relative difference in other 
salaries and in cost of maintenance. The total amount paid for teachers' salaries during the 
past fiscal year was $689,485 8S, or an average for each enrolled pupil of $18 09. The amount 
paid as salaries of teachers at the high schools, .§72,200, or an average charge to the 1,251 
pupils enrolled of $57 55 each. The average cost for each pupil in the primary schools on 
account of salaries paid primary teachers, is about $16 per annum. As a matter of interest 
in connection with the public schools of the city, we give a few extracts from the biennial re- 
port of the State Superintendent. Ezra S. Carr, covering the school years 1878 and 1879. In 
1855 California had only 227 schools, with an attendance of 13,000, and 26,077 census chil- 
dren; in 1879 it had 2,743 schools, with an attendance of 144,806, and 216,404 census children, 
an increase of 16,337 o\^er the census of 1877. .In 1855 teachers were paid $181,906; in 1879 
they were paid $2,285,732 39. Up to the present time the people of California have devoted 
to the cause of education : For public schools, $33,743,819 84; for State Normal School, 
$566,600, and for the State University about $4,150,000. (The total expense of the School 
DepSirtment of San Francisco has been $11,075,870 45.) In percentage of average attendance 
on school population California stands ninth among the States, the highest being Massa- 
chusetts, with 72.76, and the lowest Louisiana, with 19,05. Census children attending the 
private schools at any time during the year, 15,432. Percentage of census children enrolled 
in public schools, 66.91; percentage in private schools, 7.04; percentage attending no school, 
26.05; per cent, of children of native born parents, 46.14; per cent, of children who had one 
foreign born parent, 12.68; per cent, of children who are of foreign parents, 41.17; school dis- 
tricts, 1,999 ; number of male teachers, 1,236 ; number of female teachers, 6,217; average 
monthly salaries paid male teachers, $82 13; average paid female teachers, $66 37; new school 
houses erected, 122 ; institutes h^d, 34; cost of institutes, $2,988 22. Total receipts of the 
School Department from all sources. State and County apportionments, city and district taxes, 
etc., for 1878, $3,820,661 26 ; for 1879, $3,653,798 96 ; State apportionment per census child, 

1878, $7 67: for 1879. $6 60; county apportionments per census child, 1878, $3 50; 1879, $3 59; 
total receipts of all kinds per census child, 1878, $18 59; 1879, $16 84. Total expenditures of 
the School Department, including salaries, rents, fuel, libraries, apparatus, sites, buildings, 
furniture, etc., 1878, $3,155,815 27; 1879, $3,010,907 13. Cost of tuition per pupil enrolled 
in public schools, 1879, $14 58. Total current expense per pupil enrolled, 1879, $17 34. Total 
current expense per pupil in daily attendance, 1879, $27 60. Valuation of school property, 

1879, $6,857,380. By the foregoing it will be seen that San Francisco has about 39 per cent, 
of the enrolled pupils; pays about 33 per cent, of the teachers salaries; has about 35 per cent, 
of the children entitled to school moneys, and owns about 50 per cent, of the school prop- 
erty of the State. Of the State University the Superintendent says: "The University has 
reached the ideal standard of its original projectors, with full departments of law and medi- 
cine, courses or colleges of agriculture, mechanics and engineering, and affiliated colleges of 
dentistry and pharmacy. The foundation of an art college has been laid in the gift of an art 
collection, with $25,000 in money, to which the State has added an equal sum. The muni- 
ficent example of Dr. Toland, in donating the valuable property of the Toland Medical Col- 
lege entire to the University, has boi'ne fruit in the ample endowment by Judge Hastings of 
the law college, and of the dental college by Dr. Cogswell, and of the equally generous gift of 

, H. D. Bacon for the promotion of the fine arts. The Faculty of the University is composed 
of gentlemen of unexceptionable ability. " Of the Normal School the Superintendent says : 
"It has 19 instructors, and the number of its pupils is 548. The training school connected 
with it has 113 pupils. With the increase of population there will be an increased demand 
for normal instruction. This should be met, not by establishing other normal schools, but 
by maintaining annual normal institutes at different points in the State, and by carrying for- 
ward the high school course in towns and cities through another year, especially devoted to 
didactics. This is already done in the Girls' High School at San Francisco, from which three 
classes of well trained teachers have graduated." * 

City Nokmal School. — Superintendent Mann recommends the establishment of a City 
Normal School. New York and Boston have such schools. The Normal Class of this city 
(October 1, 1879) numbers 95, all graduates of the High Schools. 

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gartens "all over the city. " " The excellent work done in that direction by the Silver Street 
Kindergarten, under the skillful management of Miss Catherine Smith, has shown the possi- 
bilities of the system, and I believe that to-day the most valuable and effective change that 
can be made in our School Department would be the establishment of at least twenty similar 
schools under trained and competent teachers. " 

Cosmopolitan Schools. — Professor Herbst reportg there are four Grammar and three 
Primary Schools, in which instruction in French and German is given, besides the English 
course prescribed for all the Common Schools of the city. There are ten special teachers 
of German and French, whose aggregate salary amounts to §11,700. There are twenty-four 
Cosmopolitan classes taught by class teachers who hold German or French certificates besides 
their English ones. Most of the candidates for teachers of German and French are natives 
of America, and many are unable to give oral instruction, wherefore it is recommended that 
the examinations should be sO conducted that it will be impossible for any one to obtain a 
certificate who is not able to give an oral lesson in either French or German. The four Gram- 
mar Schools in which French and German are taught are the North Cosmopolitan, Hayes 
Valley, Valencia, and South Cosmopolitan, and the Primary are the Bush Street, Post 
Street, and South Cosmopolitan. 

Evening Schools. — Mr. Joseph O'Connor, Principal of Evening Schools, reports the 
number of pupils enrolled at 2,083, of whom 1834 were boys, and 249 girls. Average 
daily attendance, 699 ; average number belonging to Evening vSchools, 747. The studies are 
reading, arithmetic, penmanship, and composition or letter-writing, bookkeeping, drawing, 
higher mathematics, etc. Under the present rules the Evening Schools commence on the first 
day of September, and are continued to the first day of May in each year, but the Board has 
allowed the best classes to remain open to the end of the school year. The Evening Schools 
were reopened on the same date (July 7, 1879) as the day schools. The result was a con- 
vincing proof that they could and should be opened, as well as closed, with the day schools. 
The average attendance for the first month was 776.3; and the number of classes it was found 
necessary to organize was 27. The Evening Schools are held at the Lincoln, Mission, and 
Washington Schools. 

Constitutional Changes. — The new Constitution brings numerous changes in the Public 
School system. It recognizes evening, technical and normal schools as properly belonging to 
the Common School system, and makes high schools and cosmopolitan schools practically 
independent of the State, but dependent upon the city for their establishment and support. 
"Some have feared," says Superintendent Mann, "that<the withdrawal of State support 
from the high schools would lead to their abolition. This fear is groundless, as the city by 
local taxation raises more than six times the amount necessary for their support. " Section 6 
of the Constitution, Article IX, says: "The entire revenue derived from the State School 
Fund and the State School Tax shall be applied exclusively to the support of Primary and 
Grammar Schools." The Board of Education (Section 7) will have control of the schools, 
selecting text-books, direct the examination of teachers, and, unless done by the Legislature, 
will prescribe the course of studies, which may include all the studies of the high schools. 
The change in the examination of teachers and the selection of text-books are important. 

School Houses. — The following named school houses were completed during the year : 
Haight Primary; cost, $22,488 60. Sanchez Street Primary; cost, $16,149 47. Bernal 
Heights School; cost, $1,192 76, and Ocean House School; cost, $1,401 58. The total number 
of buildings used by the Department is 73, of which 63 are owned by the city, and 10 rented. 
Of those owned by the Department, 8 are of brick and 55 are of wood. The amount paid for 
rented rooms was $7,356 55. Additional demands are made for class rooms, consequent upon 
the rapid growth of the city. The late Superintendent says there is still need for a four-class 
building west of Valencia and south of Twentieth streets; a lot and an eight-class building 
on the west side of Russian Hill; a four-class building on the school lot on the corner of Pine 
and Scott streets ; a four-class building on the school lot near Florida street, on the Potrero; 
an eight-class building on the West Mission street lot, and a twelve-class building on the 
Fourth and Clara streets lot. A building of some architectural pretensions should be erected 
for the Girls' High School, or a mixed High School, on the corner of Page and Gough streets. 

location of schools ; KUMBER OF PUPILS ENROLLED, AND AVERAGE ATTENDANCE OF PUPILS 

IN THE SCHOOLS, MAY, 1879. 

BoTs' High School. — Location, north side Sutter street, between Gough and Octavia. 
Pupils enrolled, 350; average attendance, 276. 

Girls' High School. — Location, north side Bush street, between Hyde and Larkin. Pupils 
enrolled, 901; average attendance, 732. Branch Girls' High School, east side Powell street, 
near Clay. 

Lincoln Grammar School. — Location, east side Fifth atreet, near Market. Pupils 
enrolled, 1,454; average attendance, 1,023. 

Denman Grammar School. — Location, northwest corner Bush and Taylor streets. Pupils 
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RiNcoN Grammar School. — Location, Vassar place, leading from Harrison street, 
between Second and Third. Pupils enrolled, 581; average attendance, 502. 

Washington Grammar School. — Location, southwest corner Washington and Mason 
streets. Pupils enrolled, 604; average attendance, 506. 

Union Grammar School. — Location, north side Union street, between Montgomery and 
Kearny. Pupils enrolled, 636; average attendance, 492. 

Broadway Grammar School. — Location, north side Broadway, between Powell and Ma- 
son streets. Pupils enrolled, 635; average attendance, 541. 

Spring Valley Grammar School. — Location, south side Broadway, between Larkinand 
Polk streets. Pupils enrolled, 963; average attendance, 772. 

Hayes Valley Grammar School (Cosmopolitan). — Location, north side McAllister 
street, between Franklin and Gough. Pupils enrolled, 1,142; average attendance, 943. 

South Cosmopolitan Grammar School. — Location, north side Bush street, between Du- 
pont and Stockton. Pupils enrolled, 1,101 ; average attendance, 984. 

North Cosmopolitan ^Grammar School. — Location, north side Filbert street, between 
Jones and Taylor. Pupils enrolled, 729 ; average attendance, 594. 

Valencia Street Grammar School (Cosmopolitan). — Location, east side Valencia street, 
between Twenty-second and,Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 1,568 ; average attendance, 1,246. 

Eighth Street Grammar School. — Location, east side of Eighth street, between Har- 
rison and Bryant. Pupils enrolled, 1,058 ; average attendance, 791 

Mission Grammar School. — Location, Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. 
Pupils enrolled, 870 ; average attendance, 655. 

Jefferson Grammar School. — Location, south side Geary street, near Pierce. Pupils 
enrolled, 879 ; average attendance, 673. 

Clement Grammar School. — Location, Geary street, between Jones and Leavenworth. 
Pupils enrolled, 976 ; average attendance, 770. 

Bush Street (Cosmopolitan) Primary School — Location, southeast corner Bush and 
Stockton streets. Pupils enrolled, 875 ; average attendance, 680. 

South San Francisco School. — Location, Fourteenth avenue, near L street. Pupils en- 
rolled, 488 ; average attendance, 420. 

PoTRERO School. — Location, southwest corner Kentucky and Napa streets. Pupils en- 
rolled, 359 ; average attendance, 328 

South Cosmopolitan Primary School. — Location, south side Eddy street, between 
Polk and Van Ness avenue. Pupils enrolled, 895 ; average attendance, 594. 

Columbia Street Primary School. — Location, Columbia street, between Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth. Pupils enrolled, 558 ; average attendance, 500. 

Lincoln Primary School. — Location, Bryant street, near Sixth. Pupils enrolled, 909 ; 
average attendance, 702. 

Market Street Primary School. — Location, east side Fifth street, near Market. Pupils 
enrolled, 1,387 ; average attendance, 1,032. 

Market and Seventh Street Primary School. — Location, south side Market street, 
between Seventh and Eighth. Pupils enrolled, 906 ; average attendance, 731. 

Mission Primary School. — -Location, west side Mission street, between Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth. Pupils enrolled, 1,028 ; average attendance, 690. 

Tehama Primary School. — Location, south side Tehama street, uear First. Pupils en- 
rolled, 1,042 ; average attendance, 812. 

Broadway Primary School. — Location, north side Broadway, between Montgomery and 
Sansome. Pupils enrolled, 641 ; average attendance, 443. 

. Fourth Street Primary School. — Location, northwest comer Fourth and Clara streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 819 ; average attendance, 617. 

Silver Street Primary School. — Location, north side Silver street, between Second 
and Third. Pupils enrolled, 1,278 ; average attendance, 991. 

Pine and Larkin Street Primary School. — Location, southwest corner Pine and Lar- 
kin streets. Pupils enrolled, 823 ; average attendance, 583. 

Greenwich Street Primary School. — Location, south side Greenwich street, between 
Jones and Taylor. Pupils enrolled, 813 ; average attendance, 635. 

Hayes Valley Primary School. — Location, north side Grove street, between Larkin and 
Polk. Pupils enrolled, 872 ; average attendance, 755. 

Union Primary School. — Location, northwest corner Filbert and Kearny streets. Pu- 
pils enrolled, 558 ; average attendance, 465. 

Shotwell Street Primary School. — Loca tion, east side ShotweU street, between Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-third. Pupils enrolled, 869 ; average attendance, 690. 

Eighth Street Primary School. — Location, east side Eighth street, between Harrison 
and Bryant. Pupils enrolled, 841 ; average attendance, 675. 

Powell Street Primary School. — Location, west side Powell street, between Jackson 
and Washington. Pupils enrolled, 609; average attendance, 489. 

Tyler Street Primary School. — Location, north side Tyler street, near' Jones. Pupils 
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Spring Valley Primary School.— Location, south side of Union street, between Frank- 
lin and Gough. Pupils enrolled, 296 ; average attendance, 287. 

Turk Street Primary School.— Location, south side Turk street, between Laguna and 
Buchanan. Pupils enrolled, 736 ; average attendance, 673. 

West End School.— Location, San Jose Road, near Six-Mile House, Pupils enrolled, 
108 ; average attendance, 92. 

Fairmount School.— Location, Chenery street, near Randall. Pupils enrolled, 472 ; av- 
erage attendance, 376. 

NoE AND Temple Street Primary School. —Location, corner Noe and Temple streets. 
Pupils enrolled, 302 ; average attendance, 238. 

Point Lobos School. — Location, Nineteenth avenue, near Point Lobos avenue. Pupils 
enrolled, 50 ; average attendance, 31. 

Ocean House School. — Location, San Miguel Eoad, near Ocean House Road. Pupils en- 
rolled, 70 ; average attendance, 63. 

Lacuna Honda School.— Location, Eighth avenue, near K street. Pupils enrolled, 91 ; 
average attendance, 71. 

Jackson Street Primary School.— Location, north side Jackson street, between Webster 
and Fillmore. Pupils enrolled, 335 ; average attendance, 271. 

Sanchez Street Primary School.— Location, Sanchez street, between Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth. Pupils enrolled, 248 ; average attendance, 342. 

San Bruno School — Location, Nebraska street, near Yolo. Pupils enrolled 114 ; aver- 
age attendance, 90. 

South End School. — Location, WUliams street, near Henry. Pupils enrolled, 71 ; av- 
erage attendance, 70. 

LoBOS Avenue School. — Location, Point Lobos avenue, near Parker avenue. Pupils 
enrolled, 144; average attendance, 133. 

Lombard Street Primary School. —Location, north side Lombard street, between Baker 
and Broderick. Pupils enrolled, 121 ; average attendance, 78. 

Florida Street Primary School.— Location, Florida street, near Eighteenth. Pupils 
enrolled, 149 ; average attendance, 135. 

Bernal Heights School. — Location, Cortland avenue, between Laurel and Moultrie 
avenues. Pupils enrolled, 35 ; average attendance, 33. 

Harrison Street Ungraded School. — Location, Harrison street, between Tenth and 
Eleventh. Pupils enrolled, 118 ; average attendance, 83. 

Evening Schools. — Location, Lincoln School, Slission School, and Washington School. 
Pupils enrolled, 2,083, of whom 1,093 were over 16 years of age ; average attendance, 674. 

Colleges and Private Schools. 

Notwithstanding the excellence of the free public schools of the city and State, their 
exemption from direct cost to the pupil or parent, and the great interest taken in them by 
the public as the nurse and strength of our free institutions, colleges and private schools of 
great wealth, popularity, and importance rise and prosper. That such institutions exist, show 
the great interest taken in educational matters. The public and private systems are rivals, 
each stimulating the other, and setting examples of enterprise, management, salaries, edifices, 
progress, and standard of scholarships. There are in San Francisco about one hundred 
private schools, in which term are included the select school of a few pupils, the semi- 
naries, commercial schools, academies, convent schools, and colleges, with their thousand 
students. The Census Marshal reported the number of youth attending private and 
church schools in this city in June, 1879 (not including Chinese) at 7,224, an increase 
over the preceding year of 673. This increase in number is followed by the increase in build- 
ings, many of the private schools having edifices of great capacity, cost, and grand architec- 
tural appearance. 

The Sacred Heart College, located on the corner of Eddy and Larkin streets, is a 
wooden structure of three high stories and basement, and covering a large portion of the 
block. This is conducted by the "Christian Brothers," under the direction of Brother 
Genebern. The number of students is 700. The object of this institution is to give a 
thoroughly Christian and secular education, embracing the classical, scientific, and commercial 
courses. 

The Sacred Heart Presentation Convent is a fine brick building of ample proportions, 

located at the corner of Taylor and Ellis streets. This is a chartered college by Act of the 

, Legislature, and empowered to confer graduating certificates. The school is free of charge to 

1 all denominations. It was opened on the 24th of May, 1869, and the number of pupils in- 

j creasing, made it necessary to enlarge the building, and in 1870 the portion fronting on Ellis 

I street was added. Later on, a wing within the enclosure was built, to afford more ample 

facilities for thte improvement of pupils in music, needlework, painting, drawing, etc. The, 

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The St. Ignatius College, located on the west side of Van Ness avenue, and extending 
from Hayes to Grove streets, ranks among the oldest and most prominent of the colleges of 
San Francisco, opening for the reception of students on October 15, 1855. It was incorporated 
under the law of the State April 30, 1859, and empowered to confer degrees and academical 
honors. The number of students usually in attendance is upwards of 700, with a staff of 24 
professors and teachers. The college edifice consists of two main buildings, connected by 
spacious corridors. On the corner of Grove and Van Ness avenue, the first two stories are 
used for class and lecture-rooms, and the two upper floors as an exhibition hall. The college 
will accommodate twelve hundred students. The church and college combined front two 
hundred and ninety feet on Hayes street, and runs through to Grove street, a depth of two 
hundred and seventy-five feet. It is one of the largest and most magnificent edifices the city 
contains. 

The St. Mary's College, located on the east side of Mission street, or County Road, 
about four miles from the City Hall, is represented as in a flourishing condition. It is 
one of the oldest colleges on the coast, and has been under the management of the Christian 
Brothers since 1863. During the last year there were about 250 students in attendance. 

The University (City) College, Rev. James Matthews, DD., principal, is located on 
the south side of Haight street, between Laguna and Octavia. It was founded in 1859. 
Although having a nominal connection with the Presbyterian Church, the institution is 
not under ecclesiastical control, and is unsectarian in its character. The course of study 
at present prescribed extends but little further than is needful to fit pupils for entering 
with advantage a college or university course. The course of study will be extended as 
rapidly as the students can be prepared for it, and the trustees can provide the means of 
maintaining a competent Faculty. 

The Medical College of the Pacific is located on Haight street, between Laguna and 
Octavia. It is the Medical Department of the University (City) College. The institution 
was organized in 1858 as the Medical Department of the University of the Pacific, and was 
transferred to its present connection in 1870. The professors of the college are mostly expe- 
rienced and successful teachers, whose interest is strongly enlisted in their work. Several of 
them bring a large experience, both in this and the old world. Henry Gibbons, Jr., M. D., 
Dean. Office, 26 Montgomery street. 

The San Francisco Theological Seminary is located at 121 Haight street. This insti- 
tution was organized by the Synod of the Pacific of the Presbyterian Church, in October, 
1871, but is open for students of all denominations. The qualifications for admission and the 
course of studies are the same as in the oldest and best theological schools in the East. It 
has a library of over six thousand volumes. The Faculty are : flev. Drs. Scott, Burrowes, 
Eells and Alexander. Term opens September 1st, and closes May 1st, of each year. 

The California College of Pharmacy was incorporated August 7, 1872, and affiliated 
with the University of California, June 18, 1873. The aim of the institution is to unite the 
pharmacists and druggists of the Pacific States in organized efforts to elevate the special educa- 
tional standard of the business of the apothecary, by cultivating, improAnng, and diffusing the 
principles and practice of legitimate pharmacy; its collateral branches of science and the arts; 
the best modes of rendering available medicinal agents, by giving instructions in the same and 
in the art of dispensing, by a series of lectures and practical demonstrations. Lectures are 
given for a term of six months, during each year, at the Hall of Academy of Sciences, south- 
west corner of California and Dupont streets. 

The Hastings College of the Law. — This institution, which is in connection with, and 
under the auspices of the University of California, owes its formation to the munificence of 
Judge S. C. Hastings, who endowed it with a free gift of §100,000. The Act of the Legisla- 
ture establishing the College authorizes the Board of Supervisors of San Francisco to provide 
suitable rooms in this city, and makes it mandatory upon the Law Library Association to 
extend its benefits to the students of the College. It is now located in the building of the 
California Academy of Sciences, southwest corner of California and Dupont streets. The 
number of students is one hundred and seventy. The Faculty are : John Le Conte, M. D., 
L.L. D., President; John Norton Pomeroy, L.L. D., Professor of Municipal Law; William 
H. Piatt, D. D. , L. L. D, Professor of Ethics and Rules of Morality ; S. Clinton Hastings, 
Dean ; and Charles P. Hastings, Registrar. Office of Dean and Registrar, room 2, Court 
Block, 636 Clay street. 

The Medical Department of the University of California, occupy the buUding 
formerly known as the Toland Medical College, located on the east side of Stockton street, 
between Chestnut and Francisco. The building was donated to the University by the late 
Dr. H. H. Toland. This is an institution of a high character ; the Faculty being composed 
of some of the most prominent members of the medical profession. The course of studies 
are the same as those pursued in the most prominent colleges of the East and Europe. An 
annual course of lectures are given, commencing on the first Monday of June, and terminating 
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University Mound College, located west of the San Bruno Road, near the county line, 
is conducted under a charter issued in 1863. Besides the elementary and business depart- 
ments, in which the usual preparatory branches are taught, there are well arranged courses in 
Ancient and Modem Languages, Mathematics, Natural and Physical Science, Literature, 
Logic, and Political Economy. The college has at all times had the confidence and patronage 
of our best citizens, and its students have been singularly successful in the great colleges of the 
East. The institution will soon be removed to Litton Springs, Sonoma County. Three hun- 
dred acres of land and the mineral springs have been purchased, and the necessary buildings 
are now being erected. The principal is John Gamble, B. A., who is assisted by a competent 
corps of teachers. 

BUSINES.S Colleges.— Of these there are three, located as follows: Pacific, 320 Post street, 
4^ ; Heald's, 24 Post street; and Barnard's, 120 Sutter street. These institutions enjoy a high 
QC , reputation, as is attested by the large number of students in attendance, both from the city 
and interior. The course of studies embrace bookkeeping, penmanship, mathematics, tele- 
graphy, and others calculated to prepare the student for commercial pursuits. 

In addition to the institutions enumerated above, are many private schools of excellent 

jg I reputation ; the most prominent of these are the University School, Trinity School, Urban 

Academy, Zeitska's Institute, Home Institute, Clarke Institute, Mefret's French and English 

Institute, Academy of Notre Dame, St. Rose Academy, and St. Vincent School. 



liibraries. 

While other large cities of the United States boasted their great public libraries, where 
every citizen, rich or poor, might liave access to books and papers of every kind 
and quality, the people of San Francisco have depended solely upon associations or pri- 
vate corporations, or upon the means which enabled them to supply their own desires. Few 
young cities, however, contained better libraries than the Mechanics', Mercantile, or Odd 
Fellows', which, with others of less magnitude, contain an aggregate of near 200,000 volumes 
accessible to the public. These were established early in the history of the city, and have 
been the pride of tlie people. In the flush business times they were liberally patronized, and 
appeared to satisfy the demand. But they were beyond the reach of many, and upon all who 
availed themselves of their privileges entailed a considerable expense. 

The Free Public Library was organized in 1879. The spirit of the age demands free 
education, and with free education advances the idea of free reading San Francisco was 
without a free library, while maintaining one of the noblest systems of free schools in the 
world. To supply this waflt, a number of public-spirited citizens, after studying the matter 
and corresponding with librarians and educators of Eastern cities, presented the subject to 
the Legislature of 1878, and an Act was passed authorizing the levying of a tax of one mill on 
the dollar for the support of a free public library whenever the people of a town or city might 
so elect. The bill was drafted for San Francisco; but many other places desiring to enjoy 
its benefits, it was made general. Messrs. Henry George, A. S. Halladie, George H. Rogers, 
John H. Wise, John S. Hager, C. C. Terrell, E. D. Sawyer, Louis Sloss, I. M. Scott, R. J.' 
Tobin, and A. J. Moulder were made Trustees under the Act to establish the Free Public 
Library of San Francisco. The tax levy of 1878-79 provided a sum of $24,000 for the use of 
the Library; but that was not available until near the close of the fiscal year. Pacific Hall, 
on Bush street, between Kearny and Dupont, was selected for the Library; Albert Hart was 
made Librarian; §9,456 worth of books purchased, and others donated, and on the evening of 
June 7, 1879, the Library was formally opened. At that time the Library contained 6,162 
volumes— magazines and periodicals not included— with a newspaper department embracing 
papers from every count;^ of the State, and from all the States and Territories of the Pacific 
Coast. The hall is well supplied with tables and chairs, capable of seating several hundred 
people, and in the gallery are the reading stands holding newspapers. The report of the 
Librarian for the six montlis ending December 31, gives the following statistics: Books on the 
shelves in use, 11,892; in transit from England, 1,118; in transit from Germany, 741. Of the 
number of volumes in tlic i^ibrary, 2,300 are works of fiction, wliich includes 450 juvenile 
works. There is not a useless book in the Library, and the Library itself, making allowance 
for difference in size, is the peer of any free library in the world, and much superior to the 
average. During tlie period of 198 days which the report comprehends, the attendance was 
132,684, which includes 3,927 ladies, being a daily average of 740, of which fully 10 per cent, 
visit the Library regularly. There has been 119,873 books given out since the Library 
opened. The newspaper department is separate from the library, having a distinct entrance. 
There are 136 daily and weekly papers, home and foreign, on the files, and the attendance 
has been fully one-third of that upon the library, making the total number of visitors over 
175,000. The work of preparing to open the Library as a free-circulating library is rapidly 
progressing, and will be brought to a conclusion without necessitating the closing of the 
Library for a day. It is expected that everything will be in readiness by the first of March. 
The Secretary makes the following statement of expenditures for the period ending December 



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31st: Furniture and repairs, $4,435 26*; books and stationery, $18,760 47; rent, $1,523 20; 
gas, $450 30; insurance, 337 50; incidental expenses, $434 13; salaries and clerk hire, $4,253 
40.' Total, $30,194 26^. Also, an estimate for the fiscal year ending June 30th, as follows: 
Starting with a fund of $72,000, there is to be deducted for expenditures to the 31st of last 
month, $30,194 26; sundries, $2,028 01. Total, $32,222 27, leaving a balance available of 
$39,777 73. The estimated expenses for the remainder of the fiscal year are as follows: Pay- 
roll', $4,140; extra assistants, three months, $600; gas, seven months, $840; rent, five months, 
$1,000; insurance, $450; contingent fund, $500; thirty indicators, $322 50; subscriptions to 
periodicals, $245 20. Total, $8,097 70. Balance available for books, stationery, furniture, 
repairs, and incidentals, $31,680 03. The Library is open for reading from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 
P.M. In December, Mr. Hart having resigned his position as Librarian, Mr.W. H. Robinson 
was elected to fill the vacancy, J. M. Ward Assistant, and Mr. Lauren Crane Secretary; and 
Mr. T. B. Bishop and Mr. Charles Kohler were chosen Trustees, in place of Messrs. George 
and Sloss, resigned. ... 

Such is the beginning of the Free Public Libl-ary of San Francisco. With its few volumes, 
rented hall, and half-dozen attendants, it has commenced its career of usefulness, and already 
commands the respect of the public. Now it is a struggle; but so earnest a.re its managers, 
and so interested in it are the people, that but a few years will elapse before it will take rank 
among the great libraries of the country. The free libraries of other cities have generally 
been founded or assisted by the bequest or donation of men of wealth, who thus Secure a 
deserved fame. John Jacob Astor gave $400,000 to found the Astor Library of New York, to 
which William B. Astor added $300,000. John Lennox gave $700,000 to found the Lennox. 
Library also in New York. Walter N. Newbury left $2,000,000 to establish a free public 
library in Chicago. Dr. James Rush gave Philadelphia $1,000,000 for the same purpose. 
Joshua Bates founded the free public library of Boston in 1852 by a gift of $50,000, adding 
$50,000 afterwards. This now contains 350,000 volumes, or nearly one to each inhabitant of 
: the city, the population being 400,000. George Peabody gave $1,400,000 to the city of Balti- 
i more for a free library. A long list of, such noble names could be given; and with the great 
I wealth of many San Franciscans, we may expect their names to be added to the list in aid 
of the Free Public Library of this city. 

The Mercantile Library was organized in 1853. The depressed state of business pre- 
vailing in San Francisco for two or three years past has been most keenly felt by the libraries. 
The President of the Mercantile Library reports that "ten years ago the number of members 
was nearly two thousand; now it is less than twelve hundred. During that time the popula- 
tion of the city has doubled, other libraries have grown up and drawn off some of our mem- 
bers, but, allowing for that, we ought to have now at least three thousand members, for the 
Mercantile Library offers advantages peculiar to itself." There are now in the Library near 
fifty thousand volumes, about two thousand being added annually, supplying the place of 
those lost or destroyed, and steadily increasing the aggregate number. About eighty-five 
thousand volumes are taken out each year, or seventy to each member. The Library building 
is situated on Bush street, between Montgomery and Sansome, and is one of the most elegant 
and substantial buildings of the city. It was built by the Mercantile Library Association for 
the purpose it is used, of iron and brick, contains three stories, basement, and attic. The 
basement contains a large hall for lectures, concerts, or exhibitions; the first story the library, 
reference library, ladies' reading-room, and parlor, and trustees' room. On the second floor 
are the chess, smoking, reading and writing-rooms, museum, and store-room for periodicals. 
The reading-room contains all the leading magazines, pictorials, and newspapers of the world. 
The annual income is about $23,000, and the expenses about the same. The terms of sub- 
scription are, for entrance-fee one dollar, and three dollars per quarter in advance. Strangers 
are invited to visit the rooms. Alfred E. Whitaker is the present Librarian. 

The Odd Fellows' Library was organized in 1854 and ranks next to the Mercantile in 
the number of its books, having 36,504 volumes ; the number drawn for reading being up- 
wards of one hundred thousand annually. This is located in the Odd Fellows' Building, 325 
Montgomery street, is available only to members of the Order and their families, and is sup- 
ported by pro-rata assessments on the lodges of the city. The annual expense is about $9,- 
000. Members of the Order, other than those located in.San Francisco, are admitted to the 
privileges of the Library upon the payment of a small subscription. The Librarian, Mr. 
George A. Games, in his last report says : "This Library is a model of economical manage- 
ment." He recommends the gradual formation of an Endowment Fund, the annual proceeds 
of which would eventually enable the Library to be self-supporting. "Such a fund," he says, 
" is already in process of accretion ; but an increased and more systematic effort wUl be re- 
rcquired before it can be rendered in any perceptible degree effective. " 

The Mechanics' Institute Library comprises thirty thousand volumes, among which 
are many scientific and technical works, some three thousand volumes of English Patent Re- 
ports, and is the depository of the Reports of the Patent Ofl&ce at Washington. The annual 
additions to the Library are about one thousand five hundred. Several hundred volumes, du- 
plicates or damaged, are each year presented to the Library of the State Prison for the bene- 



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fit of the prisoners. A large number of newspapers, pictorials and magazines, from all parts 
of the world, are found in its reading rooms, as well as charts, maps, globes, etc. The mem- 
bership is near 1,800. The terms of membership are one dollar entrance fee and one dollar 
and a half per quarter. The financial condition of the Institute is very favorable, it being 
entirely free from debt, or ha^'ing money in its treasury more than sufi&cient to meet all liabil- 
ities, giving its property a net value of §230,000, including the library building and lot, books, 
furniture, the Mechanics' Pavilion, machinery, etc. The Mechanics' Institute building is a 
fine three-story brick, situated on the south side of Post street, between Alontgomery and 
Kearny, having seventy-five feet front. The lower story contains three stores and the main 
entrance hall. In the upper stories are the library, reading rooms, chess room, offices and a 
hall capable of seating 500 persons. The Library has been greatly assisted by the Industrial 
Fairs held annually by the Institute, which constitute one of the most attractive and popular 
entertainments given in this city, as is proven by the large attendance and profitable results. 
These fairs are held in the ilechanics' Pavilion, a large building having a frontage of 200 feet 
on Mission street and the same on Market street, by 550 feet in depth. It has a grand central 
nave 100 feet wide by 450 feet in length, and surrounded by a spacious gallery 50 feet in 
width. This is the most capacious buUding in the city, and was designed especially for the 
purpose of holding fairs, but it is admirably adapted for other exhibitions, and frequently is 
so used, adding greatly to the revenue of the Institute. The Fourteenth Annual Exhibition 
was held in 1879, commencing August 5th, and closing September 13th. The total receipts 
from this Exhibition was §40,040 3(j ; expenses, §22,933 24, leaving a net profit to the Insti- 
tute of §17,107 12. By such aid is the Library enabled to establish itself and prosper with 
but a slight tax upon those who avail themselves of its privileges. Horace Wilson is the 
Librarian. 

The Law Library was organized in 18G5, location, Montgomery Block, corner of Wash- 
ington and Montgomery streets. It contains about twenty thousand volumes of standard 
legal authorities, decisiops, reports, biographical, historical, and miscellaneous works. The 
Liorary derives its support from a monthly levy upon its members of $2 50, and a docket of 
§1 from every case begun in the District (or Superior) Courts of this city. From this last 
source there was received §4,575 the last j'ear. The library is open every day from 9 a. m. to 
10 p. M. to members, and to State, Federal, and Municipal officers. 

The Workingmen's Free Library was formally organized on the 9th of February, 1879, 
under the auspices of the Workingmen's Party of California, and occupies rooms at 1235 Mar- 
ket street. By donation and purchase it has 1,000 volumes, with many newspapers and mag- 
azines 

The Pioneers' Library contains about 3,000 volumes, and numerous magazines, newspa- 
pers, and pictorials. The pleasant reading-room of the Pioneers is in the building of the 
Society, 808 Montgomery street, and is accessible to all members 

The French Public Library was established by the Ligue Nationale Franeaise, in Au- 
gust, 1871, and contains a collection of over 10,000 volumes of French books, being the most 
valuable library of works in that language in the United States. It is open every afternoon 
and evening, except Sunday. Any person acceptable to the Board of Trustees can have ac- 
cess to the reading-room by paying a monthly fee of .§2 50. 

The San Francisco Verein is a German Social Club occupying rooms on the comer of 
Sutter and Dupont streets. The Club maintains a large and well selected library of 20,000 
volumes, embracing the works of the most eminent German writers. 

The Military Library was organized in January, 1873, for the purpose of acquiring, 
preserving, and conducting a public library composed of books and periodicals of a military 
character. This institution derives its support from the sales of shares at §5 each. Members 
may use as many books at a time as they hold shares. There are no dues, but the Trustees 
have power to call for §5 additional upon each share when they deem it necessary. 

The School Libraries of the Public Schools number 42, with an aggregate of 12,717 vol- 
umes, value, §9,302. These are accessible to all pupils, and supply a fund of reading matter 
of the most valuable class, and are located at convenient points throughout the city. The 
Academy of Sciences, Territorial Pioneers, B'nai B'rith the Young Men's Christian Associa- 
tion, and numerous private schools and societies have libraries aggregating many thousands of 
volumes. 

Health of the City. 

The conditions of location and climate insure to San Francisco a higher degree of health 
and exemption from known epidemics than is vouchsafed to most other large cities of the 
world. Situated upon a narrow, rocky, and hilly peninsula, with the broad Pacific on the 
west, and the capacious bay and straits of Golden Gate on the east and north, with their 
swiftly flowing tides, keep its surroundings washed and pure, while the prevailing winds, 
through the warm, dry summer pour freely upon it, from their long sweep over the ocean 
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tion or the miasmatic poisons of inhabited lands. Nature having thus provided, it has been 
easy to preserve a high order of health ; and, indeed, it were criminal in the extreme, and a 
blot upon our boasted civilization, should our city show a large percentage of mortality, or 
excessive sickness. 

The report of the Health Officer, Dr. J. L. Meares, for the fiscal year 1878-9, says : 
"Estimating our population at 305,000, as given in Langley's Directory, the annual ratio 
of deaths per 1,000 population is 14.75— the lowest per cent, of mortality as yet attained — 
against 16.59 of the preceding year, and 20.56 for the year 1876-7." This is in great con- 
trast with the death rate of some of the British cities, which recent reports give — of London, 
23i in 1,000 ; Edinburgh, 22J ; Glasgow, 25, and Dublin, 29^ In United States cities : New 
York, 24.93; Baltimore, 21.53 ; Chicago, 16.50; Philadelphia, 17.96; Boston, 2H ; St. 
Louis, 12. The high rate for 1876-7 was caused by the prevalence of the small-pox and 
diptheria, as contagious. The difficulty of controlling the quarters of the Chinese, who number 
about one-twelfth of the population, and herd densely together in defiance of the laws 
of health, largely increase the rate of percentage, to the great detriment of our statistics 
and our good name. Incomplete sewerage, in parts of the city built upon low or reclaimed 
lands, has also added its quota to the death rate. 

During the fiscal year there were 4,493 deaths, against 4,977 of the year preceding — a 
decrease of 484. The total number of deaths from zymotic causes, such as bad ventilation, 
bad sewerage, uncleanliness, etc., in the main considered preventable, was 743, against 1,027 
of the prec^ling year. The ratio of deaths from zymotic causes, to the total mortality, was 
16.5, against 20.6 of last year. This is a very gratifying result, and is undoubtedly due to 
the obliteration of stagnant pools, the vacating of houses unfit for human habitation, the 
abatement of a large number of nuisances, and other acts in a great measure caused by the 
Sanitary Inspectors authorized by law. The improved health of the Eleventh Ward is a 
striking evidence of the benefit to be derived from tlie filling in of pools of stagnant water. 
Only one case of small-pox was reported during the year. The Health Ofl&cer caUa the 
attention of the proper officers to the necessity of the daily enforcement of the much-abused 
"cubic-air ordinance," as it would aid greatly to relieve the crowded quarters of "China- 
town," which now constitutes a moral and social plague spot in the heart of the city. 

The necessity of the Quarantine, and the rigid enforcement of its rules, are strongly 
urged. No contagious diseases have entered the city by sea during the year. Fifteen 
Chinamen afflicted with leprosy were discovered in Chinatown, and after a short stay at the 
Small-pox Hospital were sent to China. Of the 4,493 deaths, 523 were Chinese; and of the 
385 deaths from unknown causes, 346 of these were of the same people. There were 215 
deaths by violence ; 194 whites, and 21 Chinese. Of the violent deaths, 85 were by suicide; 
6 being Chinese, and 20 homicides. Under 1 j^ear of age, there were 943 deaths, including 14 
Chinese. From diseases of the respiratory organs, there were 499 deaths (not including 
Chinese), of which 324 were attributed to. pneumonia, 69 to bronchitis, and 39 to congestion 
of the lungs. Cancer, in its various forms, caused the death of 116. Phthisis pulmonalis 
(consumption) was the cause of 563 deaths, not including Chinese. The expenses of the office 
for the fiscal year were $20,265 99. 

Hospitals. 

San Francisco has provided with great care and liberality for its sick and unfortunate. 
The hospitals, both public and private, are well appointed and numerous. Like other charities- 
asylums, schools, and institutions of a high and generous civilization, they have been objects 
of pride to the people, and various societies, denominations and nationalities have established 
them and excelled in their various appointments and comforts. 

The United St.\tes Marine Hospital is located far from the center of population and 
business, being on the Presidio Keservation, n^ar Mountain Lake, about four miles from the 
Custom House. The location, if isolated and difficult of access, is exceedingly pleasant and 
healthy, and well adapted for the purpose of a sanitarium. The hospital is established on the 
pa\dlion plan, being a series of frame buildings for the various purposes. They were com- 
pleted and occupied in May, 1875, and consist of an executive building two stories in heiorht, 
two long one-story buildings, one on each side of the executive building, and of three one- 
story wards radiating from the rear of the main building, with a separate residence for the 
surgeon. 

The City and County Hospital ranks as the most complete and extensive of the city, 
and its superior is seldom seen. The location is in the southern part of the city, and is 
best reached from the business portions via Market and Valencia, or the parallel streets 
to Twenty-second street and Potrero avenue, or via Ninth street and Potrero avenue. The 
grounds comprise two blocks, and including Utah street, bounded by Potrero avenue on the 
west, Nebraska street on the east. Sierra street on the north, and Nevada street on the south, 
measuring 866 feet north and south, l)y 481 feet east and west, or nearly ten acres of land. 
The site is sufficiently elevated for drainage, and, with street cars running near, and other 
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consists of several buildings, connected by a covered corridor. The individual structures are: 
the administrative building and dining hall, each three stories high ; the kitchen and laundry, 
the chapel, the gate house, operating rooms, morgue, stable, and numerous pavilions, each two 
stories high, and each intended to accommodate sixty-four patients and their nurses. All are 
of wood, on brick foundations, excepting the kitchen and laundry, which are entirely of 
brick. The design of the hospital is to have twelve pavilions, built in pairs, opposite each 
other, on either side of the long corridor and parallel to the main building, each pair one hun- 
dred feet from the other. The average number of patients in the hospital during the fiscal 
year 1878-9, was 380, and of employees, 42. The number admitted during the year was 
3,174, of whom 2,702 were males and 472 females. There were 64 births ana 343 deaths. The 
total expenditure for the year, excepting drugs, was $70,759 14, and for drugs, $8,459 70. 
The net cost of all articles of subsistence was $27,377 16 ; making the cost of subsistence for 
each inmate for the year, $64 87 ; and the daily average cost of subsistence for each officer, 
employee and patient, 17§ cents. Salaries constitute the largest item of expenditure, aggre- 
gating $31,342. Dry-goods, building material, fuel, ice, etc., making up the balance. 

The Alms House, though not precisely a hospital, is one of our eleemosynary institutions, 
and comes most appropriately under this head. This is situated on the San Miguel Rancho, 
about five miles, by the traveled road, from the new City Hall, and was opened on the 12th 
of September, 1867. The structure has a frontage of 187 feet, is four stories high, and has 
capacity for comfortably lodging 500 inmates ; but the superintendent, M. J. Keating, recom- 
mends the addition of a new wing to the main building, as the increase in the number of 
Eatients will make the same necessary in the near future. The buildings and premises are 
ept in excellent condition, and the comfort and well-being of the inmates provided for. A 
great saving has been effected in the purchase of supplies, by discarding the per capita system 
of contracts and adopting the segregated system — the saving amounting to $68,993 in the last 
five years. For the past year the cost of food was $24, 608 27, and a total expenditure of 
$59,237 07. The daily average of inmates and employees being 504, the daily cost for these 
was 13^ cents, or 9 5-12 cents less than under the per capita system, and a saving of $17,322 90 
for the year. Upon reference to the City and County Auditor's Report for the fiscal year 
1869-70 it will be seen that the total expense of the Alms House, with an average of 229 
inmates, was $61,023 19, showing a decrease of $1,786 12, with more than double the number 
of inmates. During the year the road through the Alms House grounds, leading from the 
Golden Gate Park to the Ocean House Road, has been widened and graded by the inmates, 
the gates removed, etc., making it one of tlie finest drives in the county. Two hundred trees 
have been set out, adding greatly to the beauty of the place and grounds. Sufficient hay and 
vegetables were raised upon the farm to supply the wants of the place. The potato crop, 
however, was entirely destroyed by blight, causing a loss of $3,000. About one-half of those 
who have become inmates of the Alms House in the past nine years had not been residents of 
the city and county for thirty days, coming from other parts of the State, or arriving by sea 
from other lands. From the opening of the institution to the date of the last report, 5,654 
persons have been admitted and received its benefits. The number of inmates, June 30, 1879, 
was 511 ; daily average number, 481. During the year, 505 were admitted; 341 were dis- 
charged at their own request ; 2 were sent to the Insane Asylum ; 47 died, and 37 ran away. 
The Alms House farm, including all the grounds, roads, etc., comprises an area of 80 acres, 
and all that is available is cultivated by the labor of the inmates, who also perform much 
other work. 

The Twenty-Sixth Street, or Small-pox Hospital, another of the city's beneficent 
institutions, was constructed at the time of the small-pox epidemic in 1869, and is situated on 
the corner of Colusa and De Haro streets. During the year, 24 patients have been admitted, 
only one, however, being afflicted with varialoid. With a single exception the patients were 
Mongolians, fifteen of whom, afllicted with leprosy, were shipped to China, June 2, 1879. 
There were 5 inmates, June 30, 1879. 

The City Receiving Hospital, — which does not deserve the name of hospital — is in the 
basement of the old City Hall, a dim apartment, capable of receiving only seven patients at 
one time, and is but a part of the prison. The number of patients attended during the year 
was 1,002, not, generally, prisoners, but persons meeting with accidents on the streets, or 
sudden sickness. Of the number received, 34 died. 

The German Hospital, occupies a commanding site on the eastern slope of Buena Vista 
Hill; the grounds comprising the block bounded by Ridley street on the north, Noe street on 
the east, Fourteenth •treet on the south, and Castro street on the west, are well improved 
with drives and walks, and thickly planted with trees, shrubs and fiowers of many varieties, 
evincing the taste which attracts the observer, cheers the invalid and comforts the convalescent. 
The hospital building consists of a large central body, three stories in height, with two wings 
of two stories, and is capable of accommodating 300 patients. The corner stone was laid, 
with appropriate ceremonies, in August, 1877, and the hospital was formally opened February 
22, 1878. The cost was a little over .$200,000. It is designed primarily for the benefit of 
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numbering several thousand members, but receives patients of all classes, upon stipulated 
terms. 

The French Hospital, oe "Maison de Sante," is under the control of the "Society 
Frangaise de Bienfaisance Mutuelle," organized in 1851, and numbering several thousand 
members. The building is a large two-story brick structure, occupying the center of a hun- 
dred vara lot on Bryant street, between Fifth and Sixth, and is capable of accommodating 270 
patients. The grounds are well laid out, and ornamented with flowers and shrubbery. As at 
other society hospitals, all classes are received upon the payment of moderate fees, usually 
from $2 to $3 per day. 

The Italian Hospital, located on the block bounded by Noe, Castro, Twenty- fifth and 
Twenty-sixth streets, is a fine two-story brick, with accommodations for forty patients. This 
was erected in 1868 by the Italian Benevolent Society, for the use of its members and others. 

The St. Mary's Hospital, occupies a pleasant site on the southern slope of Rincon Hill, 
on a hundred vara lot on the southwest corner of First and Bryant streets. This is a large 
and commodious brick structure, erected in 1861 ; is four stories in height, and measures 
seventy-five by one hundred and fifty feet on the ground. In the wards and rooms are beds 
for over 100 patients. The hospital is under the charge of the Sisters of Mercy, who also 
maintain, adjoining it, a Home for aged and infirm females. This is a building of wood, 
three stories high, fronting on Rincon Place. 

The St. Luke's Hospital, on San Jos^ avenue, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth streets, is a large, well-appointed building, on the cottage plan, designed more espec- 
ially for the poor of the Episcopal parishes, but receiving patients of all denominations. It 
was built in 1874, and will accommodate from thirty to forty patients. 

The California State Woman's Hospital, is located on the corner of Howard and 
Twelfth streets, and is specially devoted to the treatment of diseases peculiar to women. It 
is open to all, of whatever creed or nationality. All who are able are expected to pay a 
moderate fee, but those who are destitute are equally provided for. Out patients are treated 
gratuitously by the house physician. Organized May, 1868. Incorporated January, 1873. 

The San Francisco Female Hospital is located at 930 Clay street, and was opened for 
patients Aprill, 1868. The object of the institution is the care of poor, sick women. Any 
woman who is poor apd sick is entitled to share its benefits. It is a general hospital for all 
diseases, and for lying-in. The support is derived from voluntary contributions, bequests, 
and a State appropriation of $3,000 per annum. This is a pure charity, and has proven of 
great benefit to the poor and unfortunate. A large number of outside cases are treated 
gratuitously. 

The San Francisco Lying-in Hospital and Foundling Asylum, located at 913 Tyler 
street, is, as expressed in its articles of incorporation, for the care, protection and proper 
treatment of respectable married women and unprotected single women, with their off- 
spring, together with all other children who may be left in infancy by outside parties. This 
is available to all women throughout the State, it only being asked that each applicant give 
satisfactory proof of having previoiisly sustained a good reputation and been deemed 
respectable. No cases of disease are admitted. Those who can are expected to pay. The 
institution is supported by receipts from patients, donations, legacies, city and State appro- 
priations, etc. The late Michael Reese bequeathed it $20,000, the receipt of which was 
recently acknowledged by the Board of Trustees by appropriate resolutions. 

The Pacific Dispensary for Women and Children is a charity under the charge of 
influential and benevolent ladies, who have constructed a home, three stories in height, on the 
corner of Mission and Twenty-second streets, admirably adapted for the purpose. The object 
of the organization is the care of sick women and children. A free dispensary, at 937 Market 
street, is connected with the institution. 

The Chinese Hospital, on the east side of Montgomery avenue, between Pacific and 
Broadway, provides for such of that race as desire to avail themselves of it. 

Manufactures. 

San Francisco is constantly progressing as a manufacturing city, notwithstanding the 
prevailing high rates of interest, high rents, high rates of labor, high-priced fuel, and other 
obstacles against which it has to contend, that favor the great manufacturing centers of the 
world. Here, however, are raw material, skill, necessity, fuel measurably reduced in price 
by competition and cheap inward freight, and the additional advantage of protection afforded 
by our long distance from other manufacturers. The most recent statistics, those of the 
Assessor, as shown by the last annual report, place the value of manufactured articles for the 
preceding year at $59,289,000, against $53,432,492 for the year 1877— an increase of $5,856,508. 
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sumed decrease of business, a heavy decrease in the value of goods manufactured here was 
anticipated, but the statistics prove the reverse, and every appearance indicates a continued 
and accelerating progress. The abundance, diversity and value of the raw material obtained 
from the mines, fields, forests, and waters of the Pacific Coast regions, with the mild and 
healthy climate of San Francisco, assure this as a great and important manufacturing city. 
Almost every mineral known to the arts is found in the neighboring territory contributory to 
our commerce, and the conversion of these to the uses of men constitute a great and valuable 
branch of industry. T hey give work to the smelter, the founder, the machinist, the chemist, 
and, in turn, a countless number of artisans, laborers, and manipulators in various ways. The 
grain, wool, flax, hides, and other products of the field, form the basis of most valuable manu- 
factures, and an abundance and endless variety of such products are landed at our wharves. 
The woods of our .State and coast are in great abundance; of the ordinary useful, and of the 
strictly ornamental, we have a good supply of several varieties. 

From the Assessor's report for the fiscal year 1878-9 we take a few statistics of some of 
the leading industries, as follows : 

Foundries and boiler works, 15; value of manufactures, $2,750,000. Boot and shoe 
factories, 56; value of manufactures, $1,780,000. Breweries, 44; value of manufactures, 
$2,000,000. Clothing factories, 12 ; value of manufactures, $3,000,000. Cigar factories, 200 
cigars made annually, $107,000,000. CoflFee and spice mills, 16 ; value of manufactures. 
$1,500,000. Furniture factories, 18 ; value of manufactures, $1,500,000. Rolling mills, 1 
value of manufactures, $1,150,000. Sash, blind and door factories, 15; value of manufac 
tures, $4,600,000. Sugar refineries, 2 ; value of manufactures, $5,308,000. Woolen mills, 
2; value of manufactures, $1,500,U00. Tanneries, 43; value of manufactures, $1,378,000. 
Soap factories, 20; value of manufactures, $2,000,000. Brass foundries, 8; value of manu 
factures, $500,000. Box factories (packing and cigar), 8 ; value of manufactures, $1,010,000. 
Candle factories, 3 ; value of manufactures, $450,000. Cracker factories, 4; value of manu 
factures, $1,000,000. Marble works, 20 ; value of manufactures, $500,000. 

Banking and Finance. 

The Bank Commissioners in their report to the Legislature, dated February 9, 1880, 
furnish the following information in reference to the banks of this State : Fifty-eight com- 
mercial banks and twenty-four savings banks reported their financial condition on the morning 
of January 1, 1880, making a total of eighty-two banks. In the previous year there were nine 
National Gold Banks, and nine private banks of which no report is given. Excluding these, 
the total resources of all the banks of the State aggregate $122,389,718 01. Money on hand, 
$15,654,912 12. Due depositors by commercial banks, $29,579,435 28, and by savings banks, 
$51,864,903 59; total due, $81,444,338 87. Capital and surplus: Commercial banks, 
$30,108,588 87; savings banks, $6,812,710 59; total, $36,921,299 46. Loans: Commercial 
banks, $32,178,176 01 ; savings banks, $46,506,474 33; total, $78,684,650 34. San Francisco 
has five incorporated commercial banks, four branches of foreign banks, and nine savings 
banks. The home banks are the California, Grangers', Nevada, Pacific, and AVells, Fargo 
& Co.'s, with a total of resources of $34,564,202 86. The branches of foreign banks are the 
Anglo-Califoi-nian, British Columbia, British North America, and London and San Francisco, 
with an aggregate of assets of $11,862,946 46. The nine savings banks have a total of 
assets and liabilities of $46,202,009 13; due depositors, $42,607,145 71 ; capital stock paid in, 
$1,649,912 07; reserve fund, $1,823,066 80; other liabilities, $124,884 55; money on hand 
and due from other banks, etc., $2,672,823 61. The remaining savings banks are located in 
various parts of the State, and have an aggregate of assets and liabilities of $14,910,740 12 ; 
due depositors, $9,257,757 58. Four savings banks have suspended during the year, and the 
Bank of Fresno is in course of liquidation. The reports of all the savings banks show a 
decrease in resources for the year of $1,055,962. The returns of the Nevada Bank of San 
Francisco show a reduction of capital from $10,000,000 to $3,000,000; the Bank of California, 
from $5,000,000 to $3,000,000 ; and the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, from 
$475,000 to $200,000. 

Insurance. 

The year 1879 was a fortunate one with California Underwriters. No great conflagrations 
have occurred to exhaust the treasuries of the Fire Companies, nor losses by sea to wreck the 
Marine, nor contagion or epidemic to weaken the Life Insurance. There were one hundred 
and three companies doing business in the State at the close of the year, and three new ones 
have since been organized. Of the 106 companies, 11 are California companies, and 95 
Eastern and foreign. Twelve are Life Insurance Companies. The seven California com- 
panies doing a general business have a paid up capital of $2,250,000; had risks in force, 
December 31, 1879, amounting to $60,599,084 86, upon which the premiums were $838,699. 
The losses paid for the year were $264,912. The dividends aggregated $324,500. The Cali- 
fornia Insurance Company paid at the rate of 17 percent., or $51,000; Commercial, 12 per 



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J. mHUUUmUUUn, « aiarket street, corner S^ar. 



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cent., or $24,000; Fireman's Fund, 17 per cent., $51,000; Home Mutual, 12 per cent, 
$36,000; State Investment, 24 per cent., $48,000; Union, 15 per cent., $112,000, and Western 
(one month's business), 1 per cent., $2,000. The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company, 
whose headquarters are at Sacramento, had 2,130 policies in force at the close of 1879, 
aggregating $5,760,131, upon which $159,574 in premiums had been paid. In the last year 
it wrote 631 new policies, insuring $1,845,801, for a premium of $95,378. The ten companies 
reporting (including the Pacific Mutual), had in force in this State, December 31, 1879, 14,694 
policies, insuring $43,569,322 88, for a premium of $1,421,957 75. 

The returns of all the companies doing a fire insurance business in this State may be sum- 
marized as follows : Seven home companies had, December 31, 1879, $60,599,084 86 risks; 
$838,699 premiums, and had paid during the year $264,912 losses. Fifty-nine Eastern com- 
panies, $59,082,215 15 risks; $964,995 premiums ; $259,838 89 losses. Twenty-four foreign 
companies, $105,983,539 83 risks; $1,592,637 21 premiums; $585,592 68 losses. Doing a 
marine insurance business, five California companies wrote during the year, $13,597,037 ripks, 
for $323,154 premiums, and paid $183,740 losses. The twenty-seven Eastern and Foreign 
companies wrote $61,717,884 risks, for $986,724 premiums, and paid $180,663 losses. 

Meteorological Oliservations made at San Francisco, from Nov., 1850, to Jan., 1880. 

BT HENBY GIBBONS, 8B., M. D. 

In the following tables the reader will find, in a condensed form, the results of twenty- 
nine years' diligent observation of the climate of San Francisco, with more particular refer- 
ence to rain. 

Rain has fallen in every month of the year. In July it has rained only in two years ; 
August has furnished rain in five years ; June in eight years ; September in fourteen years ; 
October in twenty-one years. No account is made of a mere sprinkle, nor of the deposit of 
summer mist. The greatest quantity of mist which ever falls in twenty-four hours is about 
three hundredths of an inch. But this quantity is very rare. Near the ocean the mist is 
much more copious. 

The driest season was 1850-51, which gave only seven inches. Next to that was 1863-64, 
with eight and one-half inches. The winter of 1867-68 gave the most rain — forty inches. 
The average is between twenty-one and twenty-two inches. 

The earliest setting in of the rainy season was October 8 ; the latest, January 12. An 
early beginning and an abundant supply are apt to go together, but there is no rule in this 
respect — the latest beginnings have been followed by an average supply. 

The average date of the beginning of the rainy season is November 28 ; of the termina- 
tion, April 10. March is as certain to bring rain in liberal amount as any other month. In 
one year out of every three there is no rain of importance after March. The last showers of 
the season come, with remarkable uniformity, about the third week of May. 

The middle of January is the average dividing point of the rainy season. The mean 
quantity before January 1 is about equal to the mean quantity after January 31. 

December gives the greatest average quantity ; January is not far behind ; February, 
March, and November come next, and are nearly alike ; then April, May, and October, in 
the order named. The mean annual supply for twenty-nine years is 22 inches. 

The greatest amount of rain in any one month was in January, 1862, when there fell the 
enormous quantity of eighteen inches. 

The most extraordinary summer rain was in June, 1875, when 4,11 inches fell during a 
southerly storm which lasted several days. That this was an anomaly is made appai-ent by 
the fact that in the three summer months during twenty-nine years the whole quantity of 
rain, collectively, deducting this, was less than two inches. 

It is worthy of note that in the driest seasons there has been an abundant supply for 
agricultural purposes, had it been distributed evenly. Three inches in December, with one 
inch in each of the four following months, would produce full crops. 

The rain table of San Francisco may be made the basis for estimating the fall in other 
parts of the State, The mountains of the north have from two to three times as much, and 
the southern section of the State about half as much, or even much less in some localities. 
The valley of the Sacramento has nearly the same quantity as San Francisco; that of the 
San Joaquin only half as much in the northern section, and still less in the southern. 

By reference to the tables showing the extremes of heat and cold, it appears that the 
•coldest weather was in January, 1854, when the mercury fell to 25°. At that time the mud 
in the streets was frozen solid, and the shallow ponds were covered with ice strong enough 
for boys to skate on. But such weather is extremely rare, though since that time the ground 
has been frozen several times so as not to thaw fully in the shade for several days. The 
eoldest noonday embraced in the record was 37°. Often the entire winter passes by without 
bringing the thermometer so low as the freezing point. In 1853 it fell at no time below 40°. 

The extreme of heat was on the tenth and eleventh of September, 1852. when the ther- 



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mometer reached 97° and 98° on the two days, respectively. This, however, was entirely 
exceptional, and might not occur again in half a century ; the £dr was dry as a sirocco, and 
caused the woodwork of houses to crackle audibly, and the plaster to break on the wooden 
walls. 

With the exception just noted, the hottest day was June 11, 1877 — 94°. Next come July 
6, 1867, and June 12, 1876 — 93°. The temperature reached 91° on six days, viz: once in 
October, 1864, once in September, 1865, once in June 1872, once in June, 1877, and twice 
in September, 1877. In July, 1865, it was 90°. It appears, therefore, that there were but 
twelve days in twenty-seven years, when the temperature reached 90°. 

The table of mean temperature shows that our summer does not come till the summer 
months have passed by. September is the warmest month in the year, and October next; 
then comes August; July, the hottest month elsewhere, is the fourth here, or links with 
June; next come April and May; then March and November; then February, and, finally, 
January and December, which are the only winter months, if indeed we have any weather 
that deserves the name of winter. 

Twice the ground has been covered with snow. On the twenty-ninth of December 1856, 
it snowed very fast for several hours, and two or three inches gathered, but it melted before 
night. On the twelfth of January, 1868, it snowed fast before day, so that two inches 
collected. But it disappeared before sunrise, so that few persons enjoyed the rare spectacle. 

The extraordinany evenness of the climate depends on the adjacent ocean, the water of 
which, flowing in a current from the north, is always at a temperature of about 54°, summer 
and winter. The sea breeze of summer, which chills the air at noonday, leaves no place 
for hot nights. There is not, on an average, one night in the year when it is warm enough 
to sit out of doors at midnight with comfort. 

T-A-BLE I- 

SHOWma THE AMOUNT OF RAIN IN EACH MONTH SINCE 18S0; AND THE TOTAL AMOUNT IN EACH RAINY 8EAB0V. 

NOTE— EACH COLUMN BEPREBEKTg ONE RAINY SEASON. 



Month, 


1855 


1856 


1857 


1858 1859 


1860 


1861 


1862 
.1 

"'.'i 

2.7 

1863 

3.3 
3.3 
2.4 
2.9 
.4 


1863 

""i 

"i.'5 
1.7 

1864 

1.3 

"i'.'i 

.9 
.5 


1864 

.2 

.1 

.1 

7.6 

6.9 

1865 

3.9 
.8 

:? 

.4 


1865 


1866 


1867 


1868 


1869 


1870 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


1875|1876|l877,1878 


1879 


August ... 


.1 

"3'.4 
.5 

4.8 

1859 

1.0 
5.2 
2.5 
.3 
2.0 




1 


1 1 1 




Sept 

October... 

Nov 

JDec'b'r... 

January 

Feb 

March ... 

April 

May _ 

Jun€ 


"i.'i 

5.4 

1856 

8.4 

.5 

1.6 

3.2 

.9 


.1 

.5 

2.9 

4.0 

1857 

2.1 
8.6 
1.6 

"".'i 

1 


"".9 
3.0 
4.2 

1858 

4.4 
1.3 
3.9 
1.1 
.1 
.1 


'5"4 
1.5 

1860 

1.1 
1.4 
3.1 
1.7 
2.6 


.1 

.9 

.2 

4.8 

1861 

1.2 

2.8 

3.4 

3. 

.7 

2. 


"i'.'i 

6.1 

1862 

18.1 
6.1 
1.7 
1.1 

i 


.2 

.1 

3.1 

.6 

1866 

11.0 
1.5 
2.6 

.1 
1.8 

.2 


"i'.'i 

13.1 

1867 

6.6 
6.2 
2.2 
1.1 
.1 


.1 

.6 

3.1 

12.1 

1868 

9.6 
6.2 
6.4 
2.2 
.....^ 


T2 
1.2 
4.3 

1869 

6.4 
4.0 
3.2 
2.2 
.1 


.1 
2.3 
1.2 
4.6 

1870 

3.8 
4.5 
1.8 
1.5 
.4 


.1 

"".■5 
3.0 

1871 

2.3 
3.6 
1.2 
2.1 
.3 


.1 

.1 

2.3 

13.4 

1872 

6.5 
7.9 
1.6 
1.2 


.1 

.1 

2.9 

7.8 

1873 
2.3 

A 


"".6 
1.2 
9.6 

1874 

5.3 

2.5 

3.6 

.9 

.4 


.1 
2.7 
5.4 

.3 

1875 

7.1 
.1 

1.2 
.1 
.2 

1.1 


"".■2 
7.1 
3.4 

1876 

7.0 
4.2 
4.7 
1.1 
.2 


.3 

2.9 

.3 

1877 

3.9 
1.0 

\l 
.1 


.7 
1.5 
2.8 

1878 

12.0 

12.7 

4.6 

1.0 

.2 


.6 

1.1 

.7 

.9 

1879 

3.5 
4.4 
8.4 
2.0 


3.7 
4.9 

1880 

2.2 


July 








.3 
























.1 


21.6 






1 


• •■ 










8.5 


21.3 








40.5 


21.6 


20.2 


13.1 






24.1 


■ ■ '1 






Totals.. 


21.2'20.0 


]9.o'l9.8 


17.1 14.6 


38.0 


15.2 


21.2 


.12.0 


33.1 


17.7 


18-2 


28.2 


9.7 


35.6 





1850— Nov., 1.3; Dec, 1.1. 1861— Jan., 0.6; Feb., 0.4; March, 1.9; April, 1. 1; Mav, .7; June, .0; July, .0; Total, 7.1; 
Aug., .1; Sept., 1.0; Oct., .2; Nov. 2.2; Dec. 7.1. 1852-Jan., .6; Feb., .1; March, 6.4; April. .2; Mav, 3; June, .0; July, .0; 
Total, 18.2. Aug., .0; Sept., .0; Oct., .8; Nov., 5.3; Dec, 11.9. ISS-V-Jan., 4.1; Feb., 1.2; March, 4.8: April, 5.1: .Mav, .3; 
June,.0; July, .0; Total, 33.5. Aue.,.0; Scpt.,0; Oit., .1; Nov., 1.4; Dec, 2.1; 1851-Jan., 4.3; Feb., 8.4; March, 3.2; 
April, 3.;j; May, .1; June, .1; July, ,0; Total, 2;t0. Aug., .0; Sept., .0; Oct., 2.1; Nov., .4; Dec, .4. 1855— Jan., 4.5; Feb., 
4.6; March, 4.3; April, 5; 6; May, 2?2; June, .0; July,.0; Total, 24.1. 

T-A.B3L.E II- 

DATE OF THE FIRST AND L.\8T RAINS, AND OF THE IIEUINNINO AND ENDING OF EACH RAINY eE.\SON; ALSO, THE AMOUNT OF 

BAIN WHICH FELL UFJORE THE END OF THE YEAR, AND THE AMOUNT AFTER THE END OF 

THE YEAR, IN EACH SEASON, 8INCE 1851. 




MULLER THE LEADING OPTICIAN. '^^JSK^^oSF- 



JONAS J. MORRISON, 



Iinmber Denier, iV. E. cor. mission and Spear Sts., has largo 
Lumber Sheds filled vfltli -well seasoned Liumber. 



PROGRESS OF THE CITY. 



45 



T-A-BIjE III. 

MAXIMUM QUANTITY OF RAIN IX EACH MONTH, MINIMUM QUANTITY IN EACH MONTH, AND AVERAGE QUANTITY IN 

EACH MONTH, .SINCE 1850 





.Ian. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


April. 


May. 


Jane. 


July. 


Aug. Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


|Dec. 


Afaximuni * 


18.1 
0.6 
5.0 


12.7 
0.0 
3.6 


6.4 
0.6 


5.6 
0.0 


2.0 

0.0 

.6 


1.11 

0.0 

0.09 


0.3 
0.0 
0.01 


0.2 1.0 
0.0 0.0 
0.02 .09 


3.4 

0.0 

.4 


7.6 
0.1 


13.4 




0.3 


Mean 


2.95 


1.5 


2.&5 


5.26 



MEAN TEMPERATURE OF EACH MONTH SINCE 1850. DEDUCED FROM TWO DAILY OBSERVATIONS, ONE AT SUNRISE, THE 

OTHER \T noon; ALSO, THE MEAN TEMPERATURE OF EACH YEAR. 



Mth. 1854'l85o'l856!l857ll858ll8.59ll860!l86l|l862ll86.3|l864'l865'l866!l867ll868 18S9 1870 



Jon.. .148. 
Feb.JSS. 
Mch . 54. 
April 59. 
May.. 56. 
June (58. 
July.'6\. 
Aug ..60. 

8ept.:ea. 

Oct ...'60. 
iVb»>... :58. 
J>ec...i53. 



2 51.0 48, 

6 56.8 53, 
1 59.4 55 
8 .17. 7 55 
8 57.7 56 
5.59.9.59 

3 61.2.59 
3 62.5.59 
5 62.4 61 

7 61.6 57 
0.52.9.53 

8 47.8 4 

_i i_ 



8 51.2 
7.51.4 

9 5.5.9 
958.8 
2 57.5 
1 60.9 

4 .59.2 
H 69. 1 

5 60.8 
6H0.6 
3.54.5 

.0 59.5 



46.3 
53.1 
52.0 
55.7 
.57.6 
.58.7 
60.7 
61.9 
62.4 
57.8 
54.0 
44.8 



46.5 
48.8 
49.0 
53.6 
.57.2 
61.5 
59.3 
61.1 
61.4 
59.7 
.53.5 
46.3 



47.8 
50.5 
53.0 
.53.0 
.^.0 
57.9 
61.3 
62.5 
62.9 
.53. 8 
52.8 
49.2 



47.5 
51.1 
.53.7 
.57.1 
.57.5 
.57.6 
58.5 
.58.9 
60.3 
.56.0 
M.2 
51.7 



47.6 
4(i.7 
50.2 
.51.3 
.55.5 
61.2 
61.7 
62.0 
61.3 
63.3 
.56.2 
,49.5 



57.7 52.5 
■50.9 55.9 
.57.8 5.5.6 
.55.7 57.9 
57.6 58.9 
.58.2.58.3 
.59.7.57.6 
6I.I16O.6 
63.6 60.3 

62.2 59.6 

57.3 56.0 
53.751.0 



49.4 49.0 51.2 
51.0.53.4.52.0 
53.3.51,3.50.5 
.55.5.58.4 57.5 
62.0|58.0'o8.3i 
61.2:62.0 60.2 
61.1.59.6 63.2 
60.0.59.0 60.4 
63.3 62.1,61.3 
.58.7 62.0.58.2 



.57.6 
47.2 



itfean:57.1 57.6 55.7 57.0 .55.4 54.8 .5.5.1 55.4 .55.5 57.5 .57.0 .56.7 .57.4 .57.1 56.1|.56.9|.56.8 



56.6.56 
.54.7.55.3 



4.T.9.51 
51 951 
.53.5.57 
.55.31.56 
i .58.01.58 
5S.0,60 
.59.6 60 
.59.8'.59 
.59.3 60 
60.8 60 



1871 1872 1873 18741875 1876 1877 1878 1879 



21.5::. .5 
2.53.5 
4.51.5 

..5;54.8: 



5'.58.4 
O.5.S.4 
2 62.4 
661.3 
0,61.5 
5.58.0 
455.4 
5;<.2 50.7. 51.0 



01 



!.56.4 



.51.5.53 
51.0j.S5 
.53.2.55 
.54.2.54 
.55.3157 
.56.560 
•58.0 '.59 
.59.51.59 
61.4 60 
61.2162 
.55.6 58 
.54.7-51 



3 .55. 

OJ.tO. 
.6|.55. 

5.51. 

61.55. 
.Ol.56. 

7.57. 

8*60. 
.Oj.58. 

2.58. 



5 47.1148.3 49 
0!49.1i49.9.52 
,1149.8.51.8.53 
,8;.55.7;.52.8'.56 
,ll.58.0o7.0 56 
,2 59.0,.59.0l60 
5.57.9 58.2.58 



0.59.5 
7|61.3 
660.0 
4.56.4 
049.6 



58.461 
59.4162 
61.9|61 
.56.9.57 
51.0 50 



.54.61.55.4 55.7iM.5 .55.4 56.7i57.9:56.8' 



252.352 
6.5.5.953, 
658.255 
2 55.756 
3.57.0.58 
,8 62.5.58, 
061.058 
,560. 4.59 

7 62.6 60 

8 60.7 61 
456.456. 
,2 51.6 50 



4 

756.7 
558.4 
.457.0 
.2156.6 
.7159.8 
.0!.58.0 
.2160.2 
.5*61.7 
.4160.6 
.554.3 
.5|49.2 



1851— Jan., 49.3; Feb., 51.1; March, 5.3.8; April, .57.7; May, .57.0; June, 58.8; .Tul.v, 57.9; Aur., 6-3.2; Sept., 61.6; Oct.' 
61.9; Nov., .56.3; Dec, 51.3; Mean, -56.6. 18-52— Jan., 50.8; Fab., 53.1; March, 52.9; April, 5-5.4; May 5-5.1; June, 60.4; July' 
61.4; Aug., 61.2; Sept., 63.1; Oct., .58.7; Nov.,5;j.5; Uec, 50.8; Mean,56..5. 1853— Jan., 52.0; Feb., 54,1; March, 55.9; April' 
58.3; May, 60.7; June, 61.9, July, 60.3; Aug., 60.0; Sept., 62.7; Oct., 62.7; Nov., 57.0; Dec. 52.1; Mean, 58.1. 

T.A.BIjE ^v. 

EXTREMES OF HEAT IN EACH MONTH SINCE 1850; ALSO, IN EACH YEAR. 



Mth.'18.54'i855'1856 1857 1858' 18.59'l860;i86lll862 


18631 1864' 1865' 1866' 1867 1868' 1869' 1870 

1 1 1 1 1 


1871 


1872 


1873 


1874 


1875 


1876 


1877 


1878 


1879 


Jan... 


69 


72 


60 


67 


62 


65 


62 


60 


62 


63 


70 


63 


61 


61 


58 


64 


69 


63 


62 


69 


60 


62 


61 


64 


62 


• >■ 


Feb... 


69 


72 


70 


68 


70 


fti 


74 


61 


58 


64 


73 


65 


70 


64 


68 


69 


70 


63 


65 


69 


65 


68 


67 


66 


62 


67 


Mch.. 


72 


78 


80 


74 


73 


70 


75 


82 


72 


79 


74 


71 


69 


65 


70 


72 


67 


72 


67 


78 


65 


69 


73 


75 


66 


78 


April 


83 


78 


69 


81 


80 


80 


83 


79 


75 


82 


84 


75 


88 


85 


75 


70 


72 


74 


70 


77 


73 


84 


75 


66 


73 


7b 


May.. 


73 


83 


69 


75 


87 


85 


73 


76 


76 


78 


75 


87 


79 


87 


86 


86 


87 


76 


82 


74 


82 


70 


83 


69 


76 


74 


June 


74 


82 


74 


87 


77 


85 


74 


76 


79 


78 


70 


87 


85 


86 


72 


72 


74 


80 


91 


68 


85 


76 


93 


94 


75 


84 


Jvlv . 


84 


90 


78 


72 


86 


82 


82 


78 


86 


72 


70 


79 


76 


93 


75 


74 


83 


70 


69 


72 


73 


73 


77 


76 


74 


76 


Aug .. 


as 


79 


80 


83 


73 


80 


86 


76 


87 


82 


78 


75 


75 


73 


75 


75 


80 


80 


75 


75 


68 


69 


75 


77 


74 


88 


Sept.. 


87 


84 


85 


88 


88 


87 


88 


76 


84 


82 


86 


91 


77 


88 


70 


85 


78 


88 


73 


72 


89 


82 


83 


91 


78 


86 


Oct... 


83 


79 


79 


83 


79 


89 


79 


83 


84 


87 


91 


80 


80 


79 


85 


85 


76 


85 


82 


76 


78 


80 


76 


77 


80 


82 


2fov... 


72 


67 


74 


72 


73 


71 


70 


69 


70 


72 


72 


76 


72 


70 


75 


73 


72 


78 


70 


72 


72 


69 


70 


67 


67 


65 


Dec... 


71 


61 


58 


60 


59 


63 


61 


63 


64 


69 


63 


60 


64 


66 


63 


64 


62 


61 


65 


57 


65 


63 


64 
93 


64 
94 


67 


65 


Year 


87 


90 


85 88 


88 


89 


88 


83 


87 


87 


91 


91 1 88 


93 


86 


86 


87 


88 


91 


78 


89 


84 


90 


88 



1851.— Jan., 64; Feb., 71; March, 74; April, 84; May, 71; June, 78; July, 73; Aug., 82; Sept., 75; Oct., 8.3; Nov., 73; 
Dec, 61. Tear— 84. 1852— Jan., 64; Feb. 65; March, 81; April, 82; May, 67; June. 80; Jnly, 79; Aug., 76; Sept., 98; 
Oct., 78: Nov., 80; Dec, 63. Year— 98. 1853— Jan., 62; Feb., 67; March, 77; April, 75; May, 81; June, 87; July, 78; 
Aug., 76! Sept., 88; Oct., 85; Nov., 73; Dec, 69. Year, 88. 

T.A.BX-E ■VI. 

EXTREMES OF COLD IN EACH MONTH SINCE 1850; ALSO, IN EACH TEAR. 



Mth. 


1854 


18.55 1856J1857 


1858 


1859 


1860 


1861 


1862 
29 


1863'l864'ia65'l866 


1867 
:i7 


1868 
32 


1869 
35 


1870 
36 


1871 
-34 


1872 
41 


1873 
45 


1874 
30 


1875 
,^5 


1876 
33 


1877 
36 


1878 
33 


1879 


Jan... 


25 


33 


33 


32 


30 


30 


31 


29 


40 


.38 


35 


38 




Feb... 


38 


41 


40 


31 


30 


34 


:e 


:« 


;m 


:« 


43 


:« 


42 


37 


31 


36 


38 


38 


40 


36 


:« 


43 


38 


44 


45 


47 


Mch. 


38 


44 


41 


41 


36 


.^5 


•i7 


37 


37 


44 


44 


:«> 


42 


38 


:J8 


44 


38 


:i9 


46 


43 


■Hi 


40 


:i9 


49 


46 


47 


April 


45 


40 


40 


44 


:« 


34 


.39 


40 


36 


43 


40 


40 


45 


42 


42 


43 


39 


41 


40 


41 


45 


;« 


43 


47 


45 


47 


May.. 


43 


44 


43 


43 


40 


39 


39 


4:j 


m 


44 


47 


46 


43 


47 


44 


47 


45 


43 


47 


45 


.50 


48 


45 


48 


50 


45 


June 


47 


49 


46 


.50 


44 


45 


45 


49 


49 


.50 


48 


49 


49 


48 


45 


48 


47 


46 


51 


49 


49 


.50 


.50 


51 


51 


48 


July . 


46 


51 


48 


,50 


48 


48 


46 


49 


49 


.50 


48 


.50 


49 


.52 


46 


.52 


53 


49 


51 


50 


50 


51 


50 


63 


62 


.52 


Atig .. 


.50 


Ki 


49 


.50 


49 


48 


,50 


47 


49 


,51 


48 


50 


.50 


51 


49 


48 


.56 


-52 


.52 


!>i 


.52 


51 


51 


.51 


^i 


51 


Sept.. 


46 


,50 


51 


.50 


44 


43 


47 


47 


42 


.53 


48 


47 


50 


.50 


49 


48 


54 


49 


48 


52 


48 


52 


50 


5;j 


5:j 


63 


Oct.... 


46 


51 


41 


45 


36 


38 


40 


40 


,50 


42 


47 


47 


49 


41 


45 


45 


42 


45 


44 


45 


51 


46 


43 


47 


60 


.50 


JVoi'... 


47 


42 


40 


31 


.34 


36 


39 


35 


44 


43 


42 


44 


44 


44 


45 


:«? 


40 


m 


40 


46 


44 


45 


37 


47 


43 


45 


Dec... 


38 


29 


35 


34 


27 


32 


32 


35 


38 


40 


:« 


27 


42 


:i9 


41 
31 


28 
28 


32 
32 


-34 


31 
31 


32 


34 
.30 


35 
.^3 


33 
.33 


36 


35 


29 


Year 


25 


29 


33 


31 


27 


30 


31 


29 


29 


38 


:« 


27 


m 


37 


29 



1851— .Jan., 30; Feb., :«; March, .34: April, 42; Mav, 45; .Tuue, 49; July, 47; Aug., 50; Sept., 50; Oct. 47; Nov., 41; 
Dec.,:i5. Year— 30. 18.52.— Jan., .35; Feb., 40; March, :j6; April, :17; Mav, 41; June, 49; July, 49; Aug., 49; Sept., 45; Oct., 
46; Nov., 40; Dec, .36. Year— 3.5. 18-53.— Jan., 41; Feb., 42; March, 41; April, 46; May, 47; June, 50; July, 51; Aug., 51; 
Sept., 50; Oct., 49; Nov., 44; Dec, 40. Year— 40. 



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OF THE CONSOLIDATED 



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IN ACCOKDANCE WITH THE OFFICIAL MAPS, 1868, 1870, AND 1872, 



Explanatory.— The Ordinance for re-nnmberlng the buildings of this cltv provides that " Market Street shall be the 
starting point for the numbers of all buildings fronting on the streets running therefrom In a northerly direction, and also 
for those running therefrom In a southeasterly direction. The streets laid down In the official map of the city as forming 
the water front thereof shall be the starting point for numbers on all streets running westerly and southwesterly there- 
from, except upon such streets running westerly commencing from Market Street, and upon all such streets, Market 
Street shall be the starting point for numbers. On all streets the numbers on the right hand side, starting from the point 
of beginning, are even numbers, and on the left hand side, odd numbers. One hundred numbers, or as mnnv thereof as 
may be necessary, shall be allotted to each block bounded by principal streets; numbers 100, 20O, and 300 being respect- 
ively the numbers for commencing the blocks distant one, two. and three streets from the sterting point on the side 
designated for even numbers, and numbers 101, 201, and :«1, In similar manner for the opposite side of the street, 
throughout Its extent; so that the Initial figure of the number placed on a building at any street-crossing shall Indicate 
the number of main streets such street-crossing Is from the starting point. Not less than twenty feet in frontage of all 
vacant lots of ground shall be allowed for each number. On all cross or Intermediate streets the numbering shall com- 
mence where said streets begin, and shall conform to the plan specified In this Order." 

By this new decimal system of numbering buildings, the exact location of any number is readily ascertained; for 
example. If you want to find 624 Montgomery, it Is on the east side of the block extending from Clav to Washington, 
which Is the seventh from Market— Commercial and Mcrchnnt being private streets. Again, 82.5 Clav Is on the ninth 
block from the water front, which Is the one extending from Pupont to Stockton. It must be borne In mind that one 
hundred numbers are allowed on each block between principal streets. 

The following streets are but partially opened, and each differ materially from the plan originally laid out, viz: 
Clementina, Ecker, Jessie, Minna, Natonia, Ritch, Shipley, Stevenson, and Tehama. 

The territory lying west of Laurel Hill and Odd Fellows' Cenieterv, and generally known as the Outside Lands, has 
recently been surveyed, and Is designated on the new official City and County Map as avenues and streets. Those 
running north and south are named respectively from First to Forty-ninth avenues, and those running east and west, 
from First arenue to the Ocean, and parallel with Point Lobos Avenue, A to W streets. 

Inference Is frequently made In the Register of Names to the following, and which are located as follows: Hoadley's 
Addition, situated west of Pierce and between Geary and Washington; Horner's Addition, south and near the Mission 
Dolores; Western Addition, west of Larkin; San Miguel Ranch, southwest and near the Mission Dolores; Bernal Heights 
(B. H.), south of Twenty-sixth Street, between San Bruno and San Jos6 Roads; and University Mound Tract (U. M. T.), 
west of San Bnino Road, five miles from the City Hall. See, also, Prominent Places, end Street Directory. 

(6) Street not opened, (c) Fractional blocks, one hundred numbers allowed tor rtrst two blocks, (d) Fronting the 

bay. (e) Street ends. ( ) Street does not cross. B. H., Bernal Heights. U. M. T., University Mound Tract. S. S. F., 

South San i rancisco. A blank Is used where the number at the crossing of a street could not be ascertained. 



A, b't Point Lobos av and ! 
B fni First av W. 

A. South S F bet Ship and . 
B fm Fifth av SW to coun- 
ty line. ; 

Ada Conrt, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm O'Far- , 
reU N. 

Ada Court. See Wells | 
Court 

Adair, bet Fifteenth and 
Sixteenth im Howard W 
to Cnpp 

Adam, N and S s Eve bet 
San Bruno Road and Call- 
foniln nv, H H 

AdniiiM. Sec Seymotir av 

A<lelaid« I*la«e. bet 
Geary and I'oet fm Tavlor 
W. 

Adelc, bet (;hace and \ 
Strlngham fmlslalg Creek' 
S to Hecker I 

Adele Alle.r, bet .Stock- 
tonand Powell fm Jackson 
N 

Adier, fm Dupont B to 
Montgomery av | 

Adona Place, bet Ma- 
son aiKl Taylor Im Wash- 
ington N. I 

Akiicm l.anr, bet Stock- 
uinand Dupontlni Vallejo 
N. 

Alabama, bet Columbia 
and Harrison fm Twenty- 
lirst S to Serpentln'' av i 

Alameda, bet Channel 
and Kl Dorado fm the bay 
W to Harrison. 

Alamo Nquare, bet 
Sidtt and Stelncr, Hai'cs 
and Fulton. 

Alanka. t>et Water Front 
and Mexico f^ Water 
Front S to India. 

AlaHka Plaee, bet Bay 
and North I'olnt f m Mason 
W. 



Alcatraz Siquare, bet 

■Ii'licrson and N Point, 
Franklin and Gough. 

Alemauy Avenue, bet 
Dolores and Church fm 
Seventeenth to Church 
lane. 

Al(cer Place, bet Harri- 
son and Bryant fm First E 

Alice Alle:»-, bet Taylor 
anil Jones N from I'ost to 
Lewis. 

Allen, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Hyde W. 

Allen, fm Cortland av S to 
Crescent av, S s B H. 

Alle.TM Court, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Greenwich N. 

A I ni e r a , bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Clay 

Alta, bet Union and Fil- 
bert I'm .Sansome W. 

Alia IMaza,betScottand 
StcitiiT, Jackson and Clav. 

Amador, bet Islals arid 
Calftyeras fm the bay to 
First nv. 

Amazon, E s County 
Road 5't. miles fm City 
Hall 

AmherHt. bet Princeton 
and Yule lin Silver av S, 
U. M. T. 

Anderaon. fni California 
ay S to Cnrtland av, B H. 

Andrew, brt Fifth and 
Sixth I'm l'olH(jm N. 

Anken.v Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Busli tm Powell E. 

Anna, l>et Powell and Ma- 
son Ini Eddy N. 

Annie, lict N'lw Mont- 
g<pmery and Third fm Mar- 
ket to Mission. 

Antlion.T, bet First and 
.Second fm Mission N. 



Antonio, bet Ellis and 

(I'Karrell fm .lones W. 
Arizona, bet Colorado 
and Idaho fm Water Front 
S to India. 
ArkanMaM. bet Connecti- 
c\it nnd Wisconsin fm Cen- 
ter S to Tulare. 
Arlinirton. fm San .Tose 
lionii nr Charles SW to 
Mateo. 
Arni;i-. bet Twenty-sixth 
ami Twenty-seventh fm 
San Bruno Road \V to 
Bellevup. 
AMh .iLTCiiue, bet Fulton 
and .Mo.Mllster fta Larkin 
to Fillmore. 
South Street X. side. 

1 Litrkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Xess avenue.. 200 

:i01 Franklin .Too 

401 Gough 400 

.501 (irtavln ,500 

601 Lnguiin... 600 

701 Itiubanan 700 

AHhburlon Plaee, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Du- 
pont E. 
Aaiibur,'*', bet Masonic av 
and f^layton fm Fulton S. 
At henn. Excelsior Home- 
stead Association 
Auburn, bet Mason and 
Taylor Im Jackson to Pa- 
cldc. 
Auiruat Alle.r, bet Pow- 
ell ond INIason fm Green N. 
AuiruHta. South S F, S of 
Hcleiia Im Silver av W to 
"Vork. 
Analin, bet Pine and Diish 

fm Larkin to Octavla. 
South Street. JV. side. 

1 Lorkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenie.. 200 
;«l Franklin ;«0 



401 Gough 40O 

501 Octavla SOa 

Aztec bet Cherubuscoand 
Buena Vista fm Coso av 
NE, B H. 
B, bet A and C fm First av 

W. 
B, South S F, from Third av 

SW to county line. 
Baehe, bet Porter and 
Laurel av fm Crescent av 
S, B H. 
Bacon, bet Burrow and 
Waylond, Im San Bruno 
Road W, U. M. T. 
Baifle.T Plaee, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton from 
o'FarrellN. 
Baker, bet Broderlck and 
Lyon fm Halght to Lewis. 
West. SIrert. £. side. 

1 Halght 2 

101 Page 100 

201 Oak 200 

301 Fell 300 

401 Haves 400 

.501 Grove .500 

601 Fulton 600 

701 McAllister 700 

801 Tyler 80O 

Turk 

(^alvarv Cemetery 

l.'^OI Geary 1300 

1401 Post 1400 

1.501 Sutter 1500 

1601 Bush 160O 

1701 Pine 1700 

1801 California 1800 

liiOl Sacramento looo 

2001 Clav 20OO 

2101 Washington 2100 

2201 Jackson 220O 

2:101 Pacific 2300 

2401 Broadway 2400 

2.501 Vallejo 2.500 

2601 (Jreen 2600 

2701 Union 2700 

2801 Filbert 280O 

2001 Greenwich 2900 



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STREET 


GUIDE. 


47 


3001 Lombard 3000 


Bay View Place, bet 


S.E. Street. iV.TT. 


371 Thompson avenue 


3101 f!hestnut 3100 


Jones and Leavenworth 
fm Union N. 


1 Second 2 

101 Third 100 


401 Third 40O 

417 Rltch 416 


3201 Francisco :)200 


3301 Bay 3300 


Bay Avenue, bet First 


Madden„ 


Zoe 430 


3401 Korth Point 3400 


and Second fm Bryant S. 


Haggln 


501 Fourth 500 


3501 Beach 3500 


Beacli, bet N Point and 


Tevls 


601 Fifth 600 


3601 Jefferson 3600 


Jefferson fm Dupont to 


Dewey 


701 Sixth 700 


3701 Tonijuln 3700 


Presidio Reservation. 


201 Fourth 200 


Clinton 


(e) Lewis (ej 


South. Street. JN.Hde. 


301 Fifth, 300 


Geneva 


Baker Avenue, fm 


(d) Dupont 2 

(d) Stockton 100 


401 Sixth 400 


— • Boardman place ... 

Brannan place 


liallroad av K to Islals 


501 Seventh 500 


Creek. 


201 Powell 200 


(e) Eighth (e) 


Gilbert 


Balance, bet Sansome 


301 Mason 300 


Berry,bet Sutter and Bush 


801 Seventh 800 


and Montgomery fm Jack- 


401 Taylor 400 


fm Dupont E. 


Norton court 


son to Gold. 


501 Jones 500 


Bertha, bet Mission and 


901 Eighth 900 


Baldwin Conrt, bet 


601 Leavenworth 600 


Howard fm Beale W. 


Converse 


Fremont and First fm Fol- 


Montgomery av... 


Billings Place, bet 


1001 Ninth 1000 


Kom NK. 


701 Hyde 700 


Montgomery and Stinsome 


Brannan Place, bet 


Baltimore Park, bet 


801 Larkln 800 


fm Filbert N. 


Sixth and Seventh fm 


Kldlev and Fourteenth tm 


901 Polk 900 


Birch Avenue, bet 


Brannan SE. 


Guerrero W to Dolores. 
Banks, fm California av 


Van Ness av 


Grove and Fulton fm Lar- 
kinW. 


Brenham Place, bet i 

Kearny and Dupont fm 


Gov't Reservation 


S to Cortland av, B H. 


1401 Laguna 1400 


South. Street. N. side. 


Clay to Washington. 


Bannam Place, bet 


1501 Buchanan 1500 


1 Larkin 2 


Brewster, fm Hope SW 


Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 


1601 Webster 1600 


101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 


to Calil'ornia av, B H. 
Bridge, bet Leavenworth 


1701 Fillmore 1700 


Bartlett, bet Valencia 


1801 Steiner 1800 


301 Franklin 300 


and Hyde f m Broadway S. 


and Mission fm Twenty- 


1901 Pierce 1900 


401 Gough 400 


Bright, nr San Miguel 


flrf t S to Serpentine av. 
Bast. Street. W. side. 


2(101 Scott 2000 

2101 Devlsadero 2100 


501 Octavla 500 


Station. 
Broad, W s Old San .Ios€ 


601 Laguna 600 


1 Twenty-first 2 


2201 Broderkk 2200 


701 Buchanan 700 


Road nr San Miguel Sta- 


101 Twenty-second 100 


2:i01 Baker 2300 


Blackstone Place,fm 


tion. 


aoi Twentv-third 200 


Beacon, fm Castro S£ to 


Lombard nr Larkln N. 


Broad's Place, bet 


301 Twenty-fourth .SOO 


Bemls, thence W to Cas- 


Blossom, bet Qulnn and 


Hyde and Larkin fm Bush 


401 Twenty-tilth 400 


tro. 


Fourteenth, fm Valencia 


N. 


oOi Twenty-sixth 500 


Beale, bet Main and Fre- 


to Guerrero. 


Broadway, bet Pacific 


(e) .SerpentineA venue (e; 


mont fm Market SE to the 


Bluxome, bet Brannan 


and Vallejo fm Davis W. 


Bartlett, bet Warren and 


bay 


and Townsend fm First 


South. Street. iV. side. 


Merced fm Thirtieth S to 


S.W. Street. JX.£. 


SW, and bet Brannan and 


1 Davis 2 


Laldley. 


1 Market 2 


Townsend fm Fourth SW 


101 Front 100 


Bartlett Alley, bet 


Vischer place 


to Sixth 


201 Battery 200 


Kearny and Dupont fm 


101 Mission. 100 


Boardman Place, bet 


301 Sansome 300 


Jackson to racific. 


Bertha 


Sixth and Seventh fm 


321 Ohio 


Bartol, bet Sansome and 


201 Howard 200 


Brannan to Bryant 


Bartol 340 


MontKomery fm Vallejo S. 


301 Folsom 300 


Bond, bet Twelfth and 


401 Montgomery 400 


Battery, bet Front and 


Beale place 


Thirteenth fm Mission to 


Rowland alley 


Sansome fm Market to 


401 Harrison 400 


Glen Park av. 


501 Kearny 500 


the Bay 


501 Bryant 500 


Bone Alley, bet Mont- 


Plnckney 620 


West. Street. E. side. 


(e) Brannan (e) 


gomery and Kearny fm 


Montgomery av.... 


1 Market and Bush.. 2 


Beale Place, bet Fol- 


Green N. 


601 Dupont 600 


101 Pine ino 


som and Harrison fm 


Bonita, bet Vallejo and 


Duncan court 620 


201 California 200 


-Main W. 


Green f m Polk to Van Ness 


701 Stockton 700 


213 Halleck 


Beaver, bet Fifteenth and 


av 


709 Virginia place 


301 Sacramento 300 


Sixteenth fm Noe W to 


Boston Place, bet Fol- 


Morev alley 730 


315 Commercial 312 


Castro. 


som and Harrison fm First 


801 Powell 800 


401 Clay 400 


Bedford Place, bet 


E. 


817 Scott place 


417 Merchant, 416 


Stockton and Powell fm 


Bourbin Place, bet 


901 Mason 900 


501 Washington 500 


J.Hckson N. 


Steiner and Pierce I'm Ed- 


921 Salmon 


Ore.con 512 

601 Jackson 600 


Beideuian, bet Devlsa- 
dero and Scott fm Ellis to 


dy to Ellis. 
Bourbon, bet Preclta 


1001 Taylor 1000 


Sweet 


701 Pacitic 700 


O'Farreli. 


Creek and Norman fm Or- 


Florence 


Chambers 710 


Belclier, bet Fourteenth 


leans NE. 


1101 Jones 1100 


801 Broadway 800 


and Fifteenth fm Market 


Bourn, bet Chace and 


1201 Leavenworth 1200 


819 Flint Alley 


N 


Freelon fm Kossuth S to 


1205 Morse place 


901 Vallejo 900 

1001 Green 1000 


Belden, bet Montgomery 


Hecker 


1213 Bridge 


and Kearny fm Bush to 


Bowdoin, bet Hamilton 


1301 Hvde 1300 


(Commerce 


Pini>. 


and Dartmouth fm Silver 


1401 Larkin 1400 


1101 Union 1100 


Bel lair Place, bet Du- 


av S, U. M. T. 


Maxwell 


1201 Filbert 1200 


pont and Stockton fm 


Bower Place, bet Du- 


1501 Polk 1500 


1301 Greenwich (ri) 


Chestnut to Francisco 


pont and Stockton fm 


1601 Van Ness avenue .1600 


(e) Lombard (e) 


Bellevue, W of Ellen fm 


Green S. 


1701 Franklin 1700 


Bay, bet Francisco and N 


Elizabeth to Thirtieth 


Bowie Avenue, bet 


1801 Gough 1800 


Point fm Kearny to Pre- 


Bellevue Avenue, W 


Howard and Folsom fm 


1901 Octavla 1900 


sidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N. side. 


End H Assn. 
Beniis, fm Beacon SE to 


Eleventh E. 
Bowles Place, bet 


2001 Laguna 2000 


2101 Buchanan 2100 


1 Kearny 2 


Falrmount, thence SW to 


Twelfth and Thirteenth 


2201 Webster 2-200 


101 Dupont 100 


Castro. 


fm Howard N. 


2301 Fillmore 2300 


Midway East 


Benton Avenue, fm 


Bowman PI .tee. S s 


2401 Steiner 2400 


201 Stockton 200 


Laurel av nr Crescent av. 


Bryant nr First. 


2501 Pierce 2500 


Midway Wot 


Berlin, bet Girard and 


Boj ce, bet Cook and Wil- 


2601 Scott 2600 


301 Powell 300 


Gu('ttin','en fm Sliver av S. 


lianis>on fm Point Lobos 


2701 Devlsadero 270O 


401 Mason 400 


Bernadotte, bet Islals 


avN. 


2801 Broderlck 2800 


601 Taylor 500 


and Schneider fm Islais 


Boyd, bet Harrison and 


2!I01 Baker. 3900 


601 Jones 600 


Creek channel NE to Sixth 


Bryant, Seventh and 


Broderick, bet Devlsa- 


Montgomery av ... 


av. 


Eighth, and E and W sides 


dero and Baker fra Waller 


701 Leavenworth 700 


Bernal, E of San Bruno 


Chesley. 


to Lewis. 


801 H.vde 800 


Road fm Vermont to Ma- 


Bradford, fm Cortland 


West. Street. E. side. 


901 Larkln 900 


rengo. 


av N to California av BH. 


1 Waller 2 


1001 Polk 1000 


Bernal, fm Sepentlne av 


Brady, bet Potter and 


101 Haight 100 


1101 Van Ness av 1100 


S to Preclta av. 


Hermann f m Market SE to 


201 Page 200 


1201 Franklin 1200 


Bernard, bet Pacific and 


Mission, 


301 Oak :500 


1301 Gough 1300 


Broadway fm Taylor to 


Brady Place, bet Green 


401 Fell 400 


1401 (Jctavla 1400 


Leavenworth 


and Union fm Larkin E. 


501 Hayes 500 


1501 Laguna 1500 


South. Street. JV. side. 


Brannan, bet Bryant and 


601 Grove 600 


1601 Buchanan 1600 


1 Taylor 2 


Townsend SW I'm Beale to 


701 Fulton 700 


1701 Webster 1700 


101 Jones 100 


Potrero av. 


801 McAllister 800 


1801 Fillmore 1800 


(e) Leavenworth (e) 


S.E. Street. N. W. 


901 Tyler 900 


1901 Steiner 1900 


Bernice, bet Folsom and 


1 Beale 2 


1001 Turk 1000 


2001 Pierce 2000 


Harrison fm Twelfth to 


101 Fremont 100 


1101 Eddv 1100 


2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devlsadero.. 2200 


Thirteenth 
Berry, bet King and Chan- 
nel SW fm Second to 


201 First 200 

:W1 Second ... .300 


1201 Ellis 1200 


1301 O'Farreli 1300 


2301 Broderlck 2300 


311 Stanford 


1401 Goarv 1400 


2401 Baker 2400 


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1501 Post 


.1500 


601 


Fell 


.. 600 


1901 Laguna 1900 


3701 Maple 3700 


1601 Sutter 

1701 Bush 


.1600 
.1700 


701 


Linden avenue... 
Haves 


.'. 700 


2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 


.3801 Cherrv 380O 


.3901 First av :»00 


1801 J'lne 


.1800 




Ivy avenue_ 




2201 Fillmore 2200 


California Avenne, 


1901 California 


..1900 


801 


Grove 


.. 800 


2301 Stelner 2300 


E nf San Jo.s6 Koad and W 


2001 Sacramento 


.20(X) 




Birch avenue 




2401 Pierce 2400 


of San Bruno Road, B H. 


2101 Clay 


.2100 


901 


Fulton 


.. 900 


2.501 Scott 2500 


Canibridge.bct Yale and 


2201 Washington 

2301 Jackson 


.2200 
.2300 


1001 


Ash avenue 


■'looo 


2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 


< i.xfjrd Im Silver av S, U. 
M.T. 


McAllister 


2401 Paclflc 

2.501 Uroadway 


.2400 
.2.500 


1101 


Locust avenue.... 


;;iioo 


2801 Baker. 2800 

2901 Lyon 2900 


Camllle Place, bet 

Taylor and Jones ftn Wash- 


Tyler 


2601 Vallejo 

2701 Green 


.2600 
.2700 


1201 


Elm avenue 


.!l200 


(e) Central avenue (e) 

Bnsh-Bt Place, bet 


ington N. 
Camp, bet Sixteenth and 


Turk. 


2801 Union 


.2800 




Lauiel avenue.... 




Powell and Mason fm 


Seventeenth fm Guerrero 


2fl01 Filbert 


.2900 


1301 


Eddy 


..1300 


Bush N. 


E. 


3001 Oreenwich 


.3000 
.3100 

.:eoo 


1401 


Willow avenue ... 

Ellis 

Olive avenue 


'.'.1400 


Butler, fm California av 

S to Cortland av, B H. 
Butte,bet Solano and Napa 


Campbell, bet Sixteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Dolo- 
res E. 


3I0I Lombard 


:goi Chestnut 


1^301 Kranrlspo 


.3300 
.3400 


1.501 
1601 


O'Farrell 

Geary 


..1500 
..1600 


fm the bay W to Harrison 
Byiugton, bet Kills and 


Capitol, W of Old San 

,Ios6 Road nr San Miguel 


3401 Bay 


3501 North Point 


.3500 


1701 


Post 


..1700 


(J'Faneil fm Webster to 


Station. 


3601 Beach 


.3(»0 
..3700 


1801 
1901 


Sutter. 

Bush 


..1800 
..1900 


Stelner. 
Byrne, fm Islais Creek S 


Capp, bet 3IlBslon and 
Howard fm Fifteenth S 


3701 Jefferson 


3801 Tonquln 


.3800 


2001 


Pine 


..2000 


E to Baker av. 


to Serpentine av. 


(e) I^ewls 


. (e) 


2101 


California 


..2100 


Byron, f m Montcalm S to 


JFow^ Street. W. side. 


Broderlcb Avenue, 


2201 


Sacramento 


..2200 


Hope, B H. 


1 Fifteenth 2 


bet Eleventh and Potter 


2301 


Clay 


.2.300 


Byron, San Miguel. W 
End Mail No 2. 


Adair 


f m JIarket S. 




2401 


Washington 


..2400 


101 Sixteenth 100 


Brook, fm Dolores nr 


2.501 


Jackson 


..2.500 


<■, South S F, fm Front av 


201 Seventeenth 200 


Thirteenth E to f>an 


Jose 


2601 


Pacific 


..2600 


SW to countv line. 


301 Eifihteeiith 300 


Koad. 




2701 


Broadway 


..2700 


<•, bet B and D fm First av 


401 Nineteenth 400 


BrookI:»n Place 


, bet 


2801 


Vallejo 


..2800 


West 


501 Twentieth 500 


Dupont and Stockton fni 


2901 


Green 


..2900 


Cabot, bet Samoset and 


601 Tweuty-flrst 600 


Sacramento S. 
BrookN, bet Kearnj 


and 


3101 




..3000 
..3100 


Star SE fm California av 
to Franconla av, B H. 


7ol Twentv-second 700 

801 Twentv-third 800 


Filbert 


Dujiont fm Market to 




PIxley 


., 


Cadell Alley, bet Du- 


901 Twenty-fourth 900 


Geary. 




;«oi 


Greenwich 


..3200 


pont and Stockton fm 
Union N. 


1001 Twentv-fifth 1000 


Bronnan, bet Illdley and 




Moulton 




1101 Twentv-sixth 1100 


Fourteen ih fin Valencia 


3301 


Lombard 


..3300 


Cadwallader, E of San 


{e^ Serpentine avenue (e) 


to Guerrero. 
Browii'H AIle:>', 


bet 


3401 




. 3400 


Bruno I{i>ad 4 miles from 
Citv Hall. 


lard Alley, bet Vallejo 
and Green f m Stockton W. 


Lobos Square 




Hvde and Larkln fm Mc- 


:«ioi 


Bay 


..3600 


Calaveras, bet Amador 


Carl, bet Frederick and 


Allister N. 
Br.yan Place, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Bush N. 


3701 
3801 
3901 
4001 


North Point ... 


.3700 


and Mi-ndoclno fm the bay 
W to First av. 
Calboun, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Green 


Sullivan fm (Clayton W. 
CarloHPla«e,bet Powell 

ai\il .Mason fm O'Farrell S. 
Carolina, bet Wisconsin 


Beach 


..3800 




..3900 


Tonquln 


.4000 


Bryant, bet Harrison and 


ie) 


Lewis 


.. (e)- 


to Alta. 


and De Haro fm Eighth S 


Brannan SW fm Spear to 


Burlianan Alley 


, bet 


Calirornia, bet Pine and 


to Napoleon. 


Eleventh. 




First and Second fm How- 


Sacramento W fm JIarket 


Caroline, bet Sixth and 


S.Jb'. Street. .V.W. 


ard to Tehama 




South. Street. A\ side. 


Seventh fni Folsom SE. 


1 Spear 


. 2 
. 100 


Bnena VlMta, fm Cort- 
land av N E to Coso av. 


1 Market A Drumm 2 
101 Davis 100 


Caroline, bet Jones and 
Leavenworth fm Lom- 


101 Main 


21 1 Beale 


. 200 


Buena Viitta Park, 


201 Front 200 


bard N. 


301 Fremont 


. 300 


bet 


Utah and Vermont. 


301 Battery 300 

401 SansoiJe 400 


Caroline Place, bet 


401 First 


. 400 


Napa and Shasta. 




Jack.son and Paclflc fm 


419 Rlncon place 


. 418 


Burchaui Place 


. bet 


421 Leldesdortt 424 


I'owell E. 


443 Stanly place 


. 444 


Ty 


ler and Turk fm Leav- 


.501 Montgomery 500 


Carr Place, bet Mason 


501 Second 


. 500 


enworth W. 




531 Spring 

Webb .532 


and Tavlor fm Chestnuts. 


5;« Central place 




Burgoyne Place 


, bet 


Carver, fm California av 


601 Third 


. 600 


Leavenworth and 


Hvde 


601 Kearny 600 


S to Powhattan, B H. 


615 KItch 




fm Pacific S. 




625 St Slary's place 


Cane, Ws San Bruno Road 


6:« Zoe 


.. 700 


Burrltt, bet Stockton and 

i'uwell fm Bush S. 


6;}7 Ouincy 

701 Dupont 700 


4 miles fm City Hall. 
CaMtro, bet Noe and Dla- 


701 Fourth 


801 Filth 


. 800 


Burrowtt, bet Henry and 
Bacon fm San Bruno Road 
W, U. M. T. 


Sellna place 716 

725 Grace terrace 

801 Stockton SOO 


mcmd fm Ridley S 
Cedar, bet Davis and 
Front fm Clay to Wash- 


Fifth av 


Oak Grove av 


)*ark av 


; 900 


Burton, E of San Bnino 
Koad 4 miles fniCltv Hall. 


Ellck lane 


ington. 
Cedar Alley, bet Six- 


900 Sixth 


Pratt place 812 


Clinton 




Buiili, bet Sutter and Pine 

W Im Market to Central av 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Market and Front 2 


821 Prospect place 820 

Miles court 832 

901 Powell 900 

Gustavus 920 


teenth and Seventeenth 
fm Dolores W. 
Cedar Avenne, bet 

Geary and Post fm Larkln 


Garden 


• 




Gilbert 


1001 Seventh 


.1000 


101 


Battery 


.. 100 


1001 Mason 1000 


to Lagnna. 


Downey 




201 


Sansome 


.. 200 


Cushman 1016 


South. Street. N. side. 


White place 






Bryan place 

Sliintgomery 


206 


1101 Taylor 1100 


1 Larkln 2 


Decatur 




301 


.. 300 


1201 Jones. 12o0 


101 Polk 100 


1101 Eighth 

1117 Converse 


.1100 


306 
311 


Rubs alley 




Highland Terrace.. 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 


'201 Van Ness av 200 

301 Franklin :«0 


Trmlty 


Bryant avenue .. . 


.1118 




Belden 


.. 342 


Helen place 


401 Gough 400 


1201 Ninth 

Dore 

1301 Tenth 


.1200 
!l300 


401 

407 
4.33 


Kearny 

Morse 

Clara lane 


.. 400 

. 406 


1401 Hvde 1400 


501 (Ictavia 500 

Cedar I..ane, bet Seven- 
teentli and Eighteenth fm 
Mission to Valencia. 


1.501 Larkln 1500 


1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue .1700 


(«) Eleventh 


.. («) 


Mary lane 


Bryant Avenue, 


bet 


501 


Dupont 


.. 500 


1801 Franklin 1800 


Cemetery Avenue (see 


York and Columbia fm 




Chatham place.... 


.. 518 


1901 Gough 1900 


Central av) 


Tweiity-llrst S to Serpen- 


601 


Stockton 


.. 600 


2001 Octavia 2000 


Center, bet El Dorado and 


tine av. 




eo;} 


Burrltt 




2101 Laguna 2100 


Santa ( :iara fm the bay W 


Bryant Avenne, 


bet 




Munroe 


.. 610 


2201 Buchanan 2200 


to Harrison, 


EiRhth and Ninth fm Bry- 


615 


Chelsea place 




2301 Webster 2300 


Central, nr San Miguel^ 


ant N\V. 




701 


Powell 


.. 700 


Middle 


Station. 


Buchanan, bot Laguna 




Bush-.street place 


.. 714 


2401 Fillmore 2400 


Central Avenne, bet 


and Webster N fm Market 


801 


Mason 


. 800 


2.501 Stelner 2.500 


Lyon and Wa nut fm 


to Lewis. 




901 


Taylor 


.. 900 


2<!01 Pierce 2800 


Geary N to Presidio Reser- 


W. Street. E.sUle. 


1001 


Jones. 


.1000 


2701 Scott 2700 


vation. 


1 Market. 


. 2 


1101 


Leavenworth 


..1100 


2801 D.vlsadero 2800 


Central Place, bet 


101 Kate 

201 Waller 


. 100 
200 


1201 


Hvde 


.1200 


2901 Broderick 2900 

3001 Baker 3000 


Kearny and Dupont fta 
Pine S. 


Edward 


301 Halght 


. 300 


1301 


Lnrkln 


.1300 


3101 Lyon 3100 


Central Place, bet Sec- 


Rose avenue 


'. 400 

; 500 


1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 


Polk 

Van Nesa avenue 

Franklin 

Gongh 


.1400 
..1.500 
.1600 
.1700 


321)1 Central avenue 3200 

,3301 Walnut 3.300 


ond and I'hird fm Bryant 
to llrannan. 
tentral Road, fm Mc- 
Allister SWto Ocean View 


401 Page 

Ijlly avenue 


.3401 Laurel 3400 

3.501 Locust 3600 


501 Oak 


Hickory avenue. 




1801 


Octavia 


.1800 


3001 Spruce 3600 


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Centre, bet Second and 

Third fm Bryant SE to 

South Park 
Chaee, fm Islais Creek S 

to Hecker. 
C'lianiberM, bet Pacific 

and Broadway fm Davis to 

Battery. 
Ciiambers Alley, bet 

Powell and Mueon fm 

Greenwich to Lombard. 
Channel, bet Berry and 

Hooper SW fm the bay to 

Eighth; 
Cliannel, W s San Bruno 

Koad 4 niiies <m City Hall. 

Cliapnltepec, fm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 

Charity, fm Cadwallader 
J«'AV to Islais Creek. 

Charles, bet Leaven- 
worth and Ilvde fm Tyler 
N. 

Charles, S of Fairmount 
fm San Josfi Koad N\V to 
Chenery. 

Charles Place,bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Essex pi. 

Chase, bet Williamson and 
Merrifleld fm Point Lobos 
av M. 

Chatham Place, bet 
Dupoiit and Stockton fm 
Bush N. 

Chattanooga, bet Dolo- 
res and Church fm Twen- 
ty-lirst S to Twenty -fourth 

Chelsea Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Bush S. 

Cheuer.r, S s Thirtieth S 
to Eandall, thence SW to 
Castro. 

Cherry, bet Maple and 
First av fm California N. 

Chernbusco, fm Cort- 
land av NE to Coso av. 

Chesley, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fra Harrison SE. 

Chestnut, bet Lombard 
and Francisco W fm San- 
gome to Presidio Keserva- 
tlon. 

South. Street. N.iide. 

1 Sansome 2 

. (c) Montgomery 

Webster 

101 Kearny 100 

201 Dupont 200 

- — Bellair place 224 

301 Stockton 300 

■ — Chestnut alley 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

Newell 

Montgomery av ... 

601 Taylor 600 

701 Jones. 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

901 Hyde 900 

1001 Larkin 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

1201 Van Ness a venue. 1200 

1300 

Gough .." 1400 

'Octavia 1500 

Laguna 1600 

Buchanan 1700 

Webster 1800 

Fillmore 1900 

Steiner 2000 

Pierce 2100 

Scott 2200 

Devlsadero 2300 

Broderlck 2400 

Baker 2500 



1301 Franklin.. 



1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 
2401 
2501 

crhestnnt Alley, bet 

Stockton and Powell fra 
Chestnut N. 

China, NW b Dry Dock 
Basin to Water Front. 

Church, bet Dolores and 
Sanchez fm Eldiey S to 
Thirtieth. 

Church K<ane, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth fm 
Dolores W to Church. 

Church Place, bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 
fm Dupont W. 



City Hall Avenue, fm 

Market opp Eighth to Park 
av. 
Clalrville Place. See 

Graham Place. 
Clara, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Eitch to 

Sixth. 
Clara Avenue, W of 

Douglass fm Eighteenth N 
Clara Iiane, bet Kearny 

and Dupont fm Sutter to 

Busn. 
Clarence Place, bet 

Second and Third fm 

Townsend NW. 
Clark, bet Jackson and 

Pacific fm Drumm to 

Front. 
Clay, bet Sacramento and 

Washington W fm East. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

Cedar 212 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sonsome 500 

527 LeidesdorIT 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 700 

Brenhom ploce 750 

801 Dupont 800 

813 Waverlv place 814 

SpofTord 828 

901 Stockton 900 

— — Clay avenue 916 

917 Prospect place 

1001 Powell 1000 

1015 Tay 

Wetmore place 1016 

1101 Mason 1100 

Verba Buena 1115 

1201 Taylor 1200 

1301 Jones 1300 

Priest 

Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

Torrens court 

1601 Larkin 1600 

1701 Polk 170O 

1801 Van Ness avenue.1800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

2001 Gough 2000 

Lafayette Park 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2300 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2500 

2001 Steiner 2600 

2701 Pierce 2700 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devlsadero 2900 

31101 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3301 Central avenue 3300 

WOl Walnut 3400 

a501 Laurel 3500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple 3600 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Clay Avenue, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Clay N. 
Clayton, bet Ashbury and 

Cole fm Fulton S. 
Cleaveland, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Columbia Square. 
Clement, bet California 
and Point Lobos av fm 
First av W. 
Clement Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Green S. 
Clementina, bet How- 
ard and Folsom fm First 
SW. 
South. Street. JV. tide. 

1 First 2 

(6) S-:cond (6) 

(b) Third (W 

301 Fourth 30O 

401 Fifth 400 

(6) Sixth (b) 

(b) Seventh (6) 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 



Clinton, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Bryant to SE 
of Brannan. 

Clinton Park, bet Bid- 
ley and Fourteenth fm , 
Guerrero W. 

Clipper, bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth fm Old 
San Jose Eoad W to Doug- 
lass 

Codnian Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
Washington S. 

Cohen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm El- 
lis S. 

Cohn Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson S. 

Cole, W of Clayton S fm 
Fulton to Carl. 

Collejre, bet Dartmouth 
nud University fm Silver 
av S, IT. M. T. 

College Place, bet Lar- 
kin and Polk fm Hayes N. 

Collins, bet Wood and 
Ferrie fm Point Lobos av 
N. 

Colorado, bet Mexico 
and Arizona fm Water 
Front S to India 

Col ton, bet Market and 
Mission fm Brady E. 

Columbia, bet Nine- 
teeoth and Twentieth fm 
Valencia W. 

Columbia, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison 

Columbia, bet Florida 
and Harrison fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first, 
thence B to Florida, 
thence S to Serpentine av. 

Columbia Place, S s 
Precita av S to California 
av, B H. 

Columbia Place, bet 
Brannan and Bryant ftn 
Boardman Place W. 

Columbia Square, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Sherman and Columbia 

Colusa, bet Yolo and 
Marin fm the bay W to 
Nebraska 

Commerce, bet Green 
and Union fm the bay to 
Battery 

Commercial, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm East 
to Dupont 

South. Street. iV. side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

525 Leldesdorff. 524 

601 Montgomery 600 

701 Kearny 700 

(e) Dupont (e) 

Congdon, nr Junction 
San Bruno Road and Sil- 
ver av. 

Connecticut, bet Mis- 
souri and Arkansas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 

Converse, bet Eighth 
and Ninth fm Bryant S. 

Cook, bet Ferrie and 
Boyce fm Point Lobos av 
N. 

Cooper's Alley, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Jackson S. 

Cortex, fm California av 
bet Montcalm and Samo- 
set E to Franconia av. 

Cortland Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr Thirti- 
eth E to San Bruno Road. 

Coso Avenue, fm North 
av NW to California av. 

Cottage Place, bet 
Geary and Post fm Jones 
E. 

Cottage Place, bet Clay 
and ^'ashington fm Tay- 
lor W. 



County Koad or San 
Jose Road, fm termi- 
nation of fllission SW to 
County Line. 

Creek I^ane, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth fm 
Howard to Folsom 

Crescent Avenue, fm 
San Jose Road nr St Ma- 
ry's College E to San Bru- 
no Road. 

Crocker, S s Stevenson 
av bet Brady and Hermann 

Crook, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 

Cross, San Miguel, W End 
Map No 1. « 

Cushman, bet Mason 
and Taylor fm California 
to Sacramento. 

Custom House Place, 
bet Battery and Sansome 
fin Washington to Jack- 
son. 

D. bet C and Golden Gate 
Park fm First av W. 

I>, South S F, fm Water 
Front SW to county line. 

Dakotah, fm Water 
Fronts to India. 

Dale Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Ty- 
ler S., 

Dame, bet Chenery and 
Whitney S s Thirtieth to 
Randall. 

Dartmouth, bet Bow- 
doin and College fm Silver 
av 8, U. M. T. 

Davis, bet Drumm and 
Front N fm Market to 
Vallejo. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Pine.. 2 

101 California 100 

109 William place — 

201 Sacramento 200 

215 Commercial 214 

301 Clay 300 

(d) Merchant (d) 

401 Washington 400 

411 Uregon 410 

501 Jackson 500 

513 Clark 514 

601 Pacific (d) 

619 Ch.nmbers (d) 

701 Broadway (d) 

(e) Vallejo (e) 

Dawson Place, bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay fm 
Mason E. 

Day, bet Twenty-ninth 
and Thirtieth fm Old San 
Jos6 Road W to Bellevue. 

Day, bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth fm Dolores E. 

De Boom, bet Bryant 
and Brannan fm Second 
NE. 

DeHaro,bet Carolina and 
Rhode Island fm Eighth S 
to Precita Creek. 

DeKalb, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent a v. 

Decatur, S s Crescent av 
W of Porter. 

Decatur, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Bryant to 
Brannan. 

Delaware, bet Massa- 
chusetts and Maryland fm 
Solano S to First av 

Delaware Avenue, 
City Land Association 
Tract. 

Delaivare Court, bet 
Powell and Mason ftn 
Sutter N. 

Delgado Place, bet 
Green and Union fm 
Hyde E. 

Delta Place, E s Mason 
bet Sutter and Bush 

Dent Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Jack- 
son N. 

Devlsadero, bet Scott 
and Broderick N fm Bid- 
ley to Lewis. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Bidley 2 

101 Waller 100 



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201 Halght 200 

301 Page 300 

401 Oak 400 

501 Fell 500 

601 Hayes 600 

701 Grove 700 

801 Fulton 800 

901 McAllister 900 

1001 Tvler 1000 

1101 Turk 1100 

1201 Kddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Gearv 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

20(n California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Ulav 2200 

2301 Washington 2;«0 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2.501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallfjo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2!X)1 Union 2iKK) 

3001 Filbert 3000 

.3101 Greenwich 3100 

:eoi Lombard 3200 

.3:iOl Chestnut 3:«X) 

3401 Francisco 3400 

.3.W1 Bay 3500 

3601 NorthPoint 3600 

.3701 Beach 3700 

.3801 Jetlerson 380u 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis (ej 

l>evrecB, E of San Bruno 

Koad 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Dewe.v, bet Third and 

Fourlli tm King to Berry. 

Dcxtt'r, bet Spear and 

Main ini Howard S. 
Diamond, bet Castro and 
Douj-'laes I'm Seventeenth 
S to Tliirtieth. 
Diamond, Yisltacion 

Valley. 
DickerHon, E s .San Bru- 
no lload, 3'.> miles I'm City 
Hail. 
Dikeman Place, bet 
Ellis and O'FniTell fm Ma- 
son W. 
Dock, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Battery E. 
Dock, South S F, bet Tevls 
and Ship fm Filth av S'NV 
to county line. 
Dod|;e, bet Hyde and 

Larlvin fm Turk S. 
DolorcH,bct Guerrero and 
Church fm Markets to Old 
San Jos6 Koad. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Baltimore Park.... 

101 Fr)Urtconth 1(K) 

201 FItlcenth 200 

'Wells avenue 

301 Sixteenth 300 

Church lane 

(-anipbeil 

401 Seventeenth 400 

]{ailroad avenue ... 

Dorlaud 

.501 ElKhteenth .500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

Columbia 

701 Twentieth 700 

Liberty 

801 Twenty-first 800 

!)0l Twenty-second !K)0 

1001 Twentv-third 1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

Jersey 

1201 Twenty-fifth 1200 

Clipper 

V,m Twenty-sixth 1300 

Army 

1401 Twenty-seventh...l400 

Duncan 

1501 Twenty-eighth 1500 

Valley 

1601 Twenty-ninth 1600 

Day 

Thirtieth 

Dora (.now Langton) 
Dore, bet Ninth and 
Tenth fm Harrison to 
Brannan. 



Dore Alley, bet Powell 
and Mason fm Jackson S. 
Dorland, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
E of Dolores W to San- 
chez. 
Douglaa Place, bet 
Harrlpon and Folsom fm 
Beale E. 
DouKlasB, bet Diamond 
and Ellen fm Seventeenth 
S to Thirtieth. 
Dow Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Second 
iSW to Hawthorne. 
Downe:»-,bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Bryant S. 
Driimni, bet East and 
Davis N fm Market to Pa- 
cific. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Cal'a.. 2 

101 Sacramento 100 

115 Commercial llfi 

201 Clay 200 

(6) Merchant 214 

301 Washington 300 

Oregon 

401 Jackbou 400 

409 Clark 

(e) Pacific (e) 

Drur:^' l.ane,bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Seventh 
to Laugton 
Dry, or Junction, AV s 
Old .San Jose Koad bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth WtoBellevue. 
Duanc, bet Lombard and 

Chestnut fm Jones M". 
Diimcombe Alley. 
bet Ki-arnv and Dupont 
fm Jaikson N. 
Dunbar Alley, bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 
fm Merchant to Washing- 
ton. 
Duncan, bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty- 
eighth fm Old San Josfi 
Road W to Helievuo. 
Duncan ( ourt, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Broadway N. 
Dunn Alley, bet Broad- 
wa.\' and Vullejo fm Kear- 
ny E. 
Dupont, bet Kearny and 
Stockton N fm Market to 
Beach. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market* O'Farrell 2 

101 Geary 100 

111 Morton 110 

201 Post 300 

- — Ashburton place... 208 

21.3 Stockton place 

219 Mills place 

301 Sutter :«0 

Berry 312 

313 Harlan place 

401 Bush 4oO 

501 Pine 500 

.505 Virginia place 

601 Colilornia 600 

Dupont place 

701 Sacraminto 700 

Oommerclal 714 

801 Clay 800 

901 Washington 900 

!r23 HalK'ourt 

l(M)l Jocksoii 1000 

1021 Sullivan alley 

1101 I'aclHc 1100 

Dupont alley 1126 

1201 Broadway 1200 

Montgomery av.... 

Iliucklev 

1301 Vuiicjo 1.300 

1401 (;reen I40O 

1501 Union 1.500 

Nobill alley 1.506 

ItiOl Filbert 1600 

Gerki' alley 1618 

1701 Greenwich 1700 

1709 Church place 

1801 Lombard 1800 

1901 Chestnut 1900 

Pfclfler 

2001 Francisco 2000 

2101 Bay 2100 

2201 North Point 2200 

(e) Beach (e) 



Dupont Alley, bet Pa- 
cific and Broadway fm 
Dupont E to Montgom- 
ery av 
Dupont Place. See 

Mansion House Place. 
Dwigtat^ bet Wooisey and 
Olrnstead fm San Bruno 
Road AV, U. M. T. 
E, South S F, fm First av S 

W to county line. 
East, fm Folsom NW to 

Pacific, fronting the bay. 
West, Street. E. side. 

1 Folsom (d) 

101 Howard (rf) 

201 Mission id) 

301 Market (d) 

401 Clay (d) 

Merchant (d) 

501 Washington (d) 

601 Jackson (d) 

(e) Pacific (e) 

Ecker, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Market SE. 
Eddy, bet Turk and Ellis 
W fm Junction Powell and 
Market. 
South. Street. X. side. 
1 Market and Powell 2 

Anna lane 14 

27 Eddy place 

101 Mason 100 

201 Taylor 200 

301 Jones 300 

401 Leavenworth 400 

501 Hyde 50(i 

601 Larkin 000 

701 Polk 700 

801 Van Ness avenue. 800 

901 Franklin 900 

1001 Gough 1000 

1101 Octavia 1100 

1201 Laguua 1200 

1301 Buchanan 1300 

1401 W'l-bster _1400 

1.501 Fillmore 1,500 

1601 Steiner 1600 

1701 Pierce 1700 

- — - Farren avenue 

1801 Scott 1800 

litOl Devlsadero 1900 

2001 Broderick 2000 

(e) St. Joseph's av (c) 

Eddy Place, bet Mason 

and Jlarkit fm Eddy 
Edinburickt Excelsior 

HoiiK'hti'ad Association. 
Edwjird, bet Hyde and 

Lurkin I'm Bush N. 
Eigrktcentli, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth fm 
Harrison W to Douglass 
South. Street. JS'. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

119 .Shotweil 118 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 218 

301 Mission 300 

.lessle 

Stevenson 

401 Valencia 400 

.501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

!»! Noe iKX) 

1001 Castro 1000 

1101 Diamond 1100 

1201 Douglass 1200 

Eiiflilecnlli Avenue, 

South S F, from I.slais 

Creek to Water F'ront, 

Eighteenth Avenue, 

Ini Pri'sidio Reservation S. 

EiKhth, bet Seventh and 

Ninth tin Market SE to 

Center. 

East Street. W, side- 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

101 Mission 100 

115 Minna 114 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

205 Nunon's alley 

(6) Telmnio 

Clementina 

301 Folsom 300 

Shipley 

Heron 



401 Harrison 40O 

501 Brvant 50O 

601 Brannan 60O 

Townsend 

Eighth Avenue, tta 
Presidio Reservation S to 
0. 
Eighth A venue. South 
S F, fm Islals Creek to 
Water Front. 
El Dorado, bet Alameda 
and Center fm the bay to 
Sixth and fm Eighth to 
Harrison. 
Eleventh, bet Tenth and 
Twelfth fm Market SE to 
Bryant. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

Bowie avenue 

Henrietta square.. 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Eleventh Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
S. 
Eleventh Avenue, 
South S F, tm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 
Elgin Park Avenue, 
S s Market bet Valencia 
and Guerrero. 
EIIza,betTayloraud Jones 

fm Union N. 
Eliza Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm SVashington 
N. 
Elizabeth, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 
tni San .Ios6 av W. 
Elizabeth, bet Third and 
Fourtli fm Folsom SE to 
Louisa. 
Elk, fm Cadwallader N to 

Islais ('reek 
Ellen, bet Douglass and 
Bellevue fm Elizabeth S 
to Thirtieth 
Ellen, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Harrison S. 
Ellick Alley, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Ellick liane, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 
Elliot Park, bet Geary 
and O'Farrell fm Steiner 
W. 
ElllH, bet Eddy and O'Far- 
rell W fm Junction Stock- 
ton and Market 
South. Street. N.side- 
1 Market & Stockton 2 

101 Powell 100 

111 Anna 

201 Mason 200 

301 Taylor 3lK) 

401 Jones 400 

501 Leavenworth .500 

601 Hvde 600 

701 La kin 700 

801 Polk 800 

901 Van Ness avenue.. 900 

1001 Franknn KKK) 

1101 Gough '.....1100 

1201 Octovia 1200 

i:«l Laguna 1300 

1401 Buclianan 1400 

HoUis 

1501 Webster 1500 

Folger 

1601 Fillmore 1600 

1701 Steiner 170O 

Bourbin ploce 

1801 I'ierce 1800 

Farren avenue 

1901 Scott 1900 

Beldenian 

2001 Devlsadero 200O 

2101 BriMlcrlik 2100 

(c) St. .losepii's av («) 

Ellaworth, fm Calllbrnia 

av S to Cortland av, B. H. 

Elm Avenue, bet Tyler 

and Turk fm Larkin W. 
South. Street. A. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 



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301 Franklin 300 

(b) Gough (6; 

Jefferson Square... 

Emma, bet Bush and 
Pine fm Stockton B. 

Emma, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Emma Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Chestnut S. 

Emmet Place, bet Cal- 
ifornia and Sacramento fm 
Stockton W. 

Erie, bet Thirteenth and 
Fourteenth fm MlBslou to 
Howard 

Esmeralda Avenue, 
fm North av NW to Cali- 
fornia av 

Easex, bet First and Sec- 
ond fm Folsom to Harrison 

Essex Placcbet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Essex W 
to Charles pi. 

Estefana.Junctlon Beck- 
er and Stringham SW to 
Islals Creek 

Eugenia, bet Josephine 
and Wood fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Eureka, bet Diamond 
and Douglass fm Seven- 
teenth S to Twenty-third. 

Eureka, S of West Eldo- 
rado fm Sixth to Center. 

Eureka Place, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Larkin 
E. 

Eve, W s San Bruno Koad 
\V to California av, B H 

ETeretl, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Third to 
Fourth. 

Ewer Place, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Mason 
W. 

E, South S F, fm Third av 
SW to county line. 

Fair Avenue, (m Cali- 
fornia av W to San Jos6 
Koad. 

Fair Oaks, bet Guerrero 
and Dolores fm Eigh- 
teenth to Nineteenth and 
fm Twenty-first to Twen- 
ty-fourth 

Falruiount, S of Ban- 
dall fm San Jose Koad W 
to Bemis 

Faith, fm California av N 
W to Brewster, B H 

Falcon Place, bet 
Broadway and Vallejo fm 
Taylor E. 

Farren Avenue, bet 
Scott and Pierce fm Eddy 
N. 

Fell, bet Oak and Hayes W^ 
fm Junction Polk and Mar- 
ket. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Market and Polk .. 2 

101 Van Ness aveiuie . 100 

201 Franklm 200 

301 Gough 300 

401 Octavia 400 

501 Lagijna 500 

601 Buchanan 600 

701 Webster 700 

801 Fillmore 800 

901 Steiner 900 

1001 Pierce 1000 

1101 Scott 1100 

1201 Devlsadero 1200 

i;«l Broderick 1300 

1401 Baker 1400 

1501 Lvon 1500 

IfiOl Lott 1600 

1701 Masonic avenue.. .1700 

1801 Ashliury 1800 

1901 Clayton 1900 

2001 Cole 2000 

2101 Shrader 2100 

(e) Stanvan (e) 

Fella Place, bet Bush 
and Pine fm Powell E. 

Fern Avenue, bet Sutter 
and Bush Im Larkin to La- 
guna. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk. 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 20O 



301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

Ferrie, bet Collins and 
Cook fm Point Lobos av N. 
Fifteenth, bet Four- 
teenth and Sixteenth fm 
Harrison W to Castro. 
South Street. A', side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

201 Howard 200 

Natoma 

217 Capp 

- — Minna 

301 Mission 300 

First avenue 

401 Valencia 400 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Fifteenth Avenue, 
South S F, fm Islals Creek 
to Water Front 
Fifteenth Avenue,fm 
Presidio Keservation S to 
W 
Fifth, bet Fourth and 
Sixth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
Ilast. Street. W. side. 

1 MarKet 2 

(6) Stevenson 14 

Mint av 22 

33 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

107 Minna 106 

125 Natoma 124 

201 Howard 200 

211 Tehama 210 

227 Clementina 220 

301 Folsom 300 

317 Shipley 316 

329 Clara 328 

401 Harrison 400 

Perry 

501 Bryant 500 

Tillord 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

701 Townsend 700 

Jewett 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Hooper 

Irwin 

Huhbell 

South 

Fifth Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islals to Water 
Front 
Fifth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation south to 
K. 
Fifth Avenue, bet Fifth 

and Sixth Ini Harrison S. 
Filbert, bet Union and 
Greenwich W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

Billings place 

Norton place 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearny 400 

407 Filbert place 

417 Varennes — 

427 Grand place 

501 Dupont 500 

Medau place 504 

515 Jasper place 

601 Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

Gaven 706 

Montgomery av.... 

Scotland 724 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor 900 

Roach 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkin 130O 

1401 Polk 1400 



1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Steiner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

Filbert Place,bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Union 
to Filbert. 
Fillmore, bet Webster 
and Steiner N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
South. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Kate 100 

Germanla. 

201 Waller 200 

301 Haight 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak 500 

601 Fell 600 

701 Hayes 700 

801 Grove 800 

901 Fulton 900 

1001 McAllister 1000 

1101 Tyler 1100 

1201 Turk 1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Bylngton 

1501 O'Farrell 1500 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

Wildey 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 California 2100 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clay 2300 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jacksoa 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 2800 

2901 Green 2y00 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

Pixley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3301 Lombard 3300 

3401 Chestnut 3400 

3501 Francisco 3500 

3601 Bay 3600 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jefferson 3900 

4001 Tonquin 4000 

(e) Lewis (e; 

First, bet Fremont and 
Second fm Market SE to 
the bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 22 

— - Jessie 46 

Lick alley 56 

101 Mission 100 

■ — • Minna 118 

Natoma 146 

Melius 

201 Howard 200 

Tehama 220 

223 Tehama place 

Clementina 248 

301 Folsom 300 

Guy place 318 

Boston place 320 

Laurel place 350 

401 Harrison 400 

Goodsell place 

Simpson place 416 

Alger place 

501 Bryant 500 

Frederick 520 

601 Brannan 600 

Bluxome East 

(e) Townsend (e) 

First Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fm 
Fourteenth to Sixteenth. 

First Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 



First Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islals to China. 

Flint Alley, bet Broad- 
way and Vallejo fm Bat- 
tery W. 

Floral Orove, bet 
Kearny and Dupont Im 
Market N to Geary 

Florence, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Broadway to 
Vallejo. 

Florida, bet York and 
Columbia fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first. 

Folgrer, bet Webster and 
Fillmore fm Ellis S. 

Folsom, bet Howard and 
Harrison SW from East to 
Thirteenth thence S. 
S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 Bast 2 

(r) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear _ 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

315 Zoe place — - 

401 Fremont 400 

Baldwin court 408 

409 Grant place 

501 First 500 

Ecker ' 

543 Essex 

601 Second 600 

633 Hawthorne • 

649 Hampton place 

701 Third 700 

717 Ritch 

761 Haywood 

801 Fourth 800 

827 Miller place 

901 Fifth 900 

929 Willow 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1011 Caroline 

Harriet 1016 

1019 Columbia 

RusB 1028 

1039 Sherman 

Moss 1042 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1113 Langton 1114 

1127 Harrison avenue... 

Rausch 1130 

1145 Folsom avenue 

1201 Eighth 1200 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1417 Juniper 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

Nevada 

1601 Twelfth 1600 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth i;>00 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second. ...2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Twenty-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

Folsom Avenue, bet 

Seventh and Eighth fm 
Folsom SE. 
Ford, bet Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth fm Sanchez W 
to Castro. 

Fortieth Avenue, 

South S F, fm E, south to 

county line. 
Fortieth Avenue, fm 

City Cemetery S. 
Forty-eiskth Avenue 

fm City Cemetery S. 
Fort.v-flftih Avenue, 

fm City Cemetery S. 

Fort:)'-fift.h Avenue, 

South S F, fm west of F, 
south to county line. 

Forty-first Avenue, 

fm City Cemetery S. 
Fort.r-first Avenae, 

South S F, fm west of E, 
south to county line. 
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401 
301 

eoi 

701 

801 

901 

1001 



Forty-fourtli At- 
enne. South S F, fm west 
of F, south to county line. 

Forly-nlntli Aveaae, 

fm B, south to J. 
Forty-second Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 

S. 
Forty-second Av- 
enue, South S F, fm west 
of E, south to county line. 
Forty-seveutli Ave- 
nue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 
Forty-sixtli Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 
I Forty-third Avenue, 
' fm City Cf-metery S. 
Forty-ttiird Avenue, 
, I South SF, fm west of F, 
4S south to county line, 
nn Fountain, bet EUen and 
Bellevue fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth 
Fourteenlli, bet Thir- 
teenth and Fifteenth fm 
Harrison W to Castro. 
South. Street. X. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

Howard 200 

Natoma 

Minna 

Mission 300 

First a%-enue 

Valencia 400 

Guerrero 500 

Dolores 600 

Market 

Church 700 

Sanchez 800 

Noe 900 

Castro 1000 

Fourteenth Avenue, 
South S F, Im Islals Creek 
to Water Front. 
Fourteenth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
south to V. 
Fourth, bet Third and 
Fifth fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
Edit. Street. W. fide. 

1 Market 2 

21 StevensoD 

Jessie 30 

Mission 100 

Minna 116 

Everett 

Howard 200 

Tehama 218 

Clementina 242 

Folsom 300 

Louisa 316 

Clara 332 

HarrlEOD „ 400 

Perry 416 

Silver 

Bryant 600 

Welsh 

Freeion _ 

Brannan 600 

Bluxome 620 

Townsend 700 

Jewett 

KlnR 

Berry 800 

Channel 

Hooper 

Irwin 

Hubbell 

Fourth Placcbet Hyde 

ami Larkin Ihi Paclflc S 
Fourth Avenue, fm 
Presidio Reservation 8 to 
K. 
Fourth Avenue, South 
S F, im Isiais to Dry 
Dock. 
Francisco, bet Chestnut 
anil Bay W fm Montgom- 
ery to Presidio Reserva- 
tion 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Montgomery 2 

Webster 

Kearny (c) 

Dupont 100 

Midway East 

Bellair place _.. 

Stockton 200 

MldwaV West 



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101 
117 
1.33 
201 
219 

301 
317 
333 
401 
418 
431 
501 
523 
5.37 
601 

701 



801 



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101 



201 



301 PoweU .300 

401 Mason 400 

501 Taylor 500 

Montgomery av.... 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 600 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 A'an NesB avenue..llOO 

1201 Franklin 1200 

1301 Gough 1300 

1401 Octavia 1400 

Laguna 

Lobos Square _ 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2001 Devisadero 2200 

2;i01 Broderick 2.300 

2401 Bauer 2400 

Francouia Avenue, 
fm Hope .sW to California 
av, B H 
Frank Place, Det Pine 
ami Caliiurniafm Mason W 
Franklin, bet Van Ness 
av and Gough N fm Mar- 
ket to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side 

1 Market and Page... 2 

Lily avenue 

101 Oak 100 

Hickory avenue.... 

201 Fell 200 

Linden avenue 

301 Hayes 300 

Ivy avenue_ 

401 Grove 400 

Birch avenue 

501 Fulton 500 

A.sh avenue 

601 McAllister 600 

Locust avenue 

701 Tyler. 700 

Elm avenue 

801 Turk 800 

Laurel avenue 

901 Eddy_ 900 

Willow avenue 

1001 Ellis 1000 

Olive avenue 

1101 O'Farrell 1100 

Myrtle avenue 

1201 Geary 1200 

Cedar avenue. 

1301 Post 1300 

Walnut avenue 

1401 Sutter 1400 

Fern avenue 

1501 Bush 1500 

1507 Austin 1508 

1601 Pine 1600 

1701 California 1700 

1801 Sacramento 1800 

1901 Clay 1900 

2001 Washington 2000 

2101 Jac»8on 2100 

2201 Pacilic 2200 

2301 Broadway 2300 

2401 Vallejo 2400 

2.501 Green 2500 

2601 Union 2600 

2701 Filbert 2700 

2801 Greenwich 2800 

2901 Lombard 2900 

3001 Chestnut 3000 

3101 Francisco 3100 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

<e) Lewis (e) 

Franklin .Square, bet 
Santa Clara and Center, 
York and Jersey. 
Frederick, bet Bryant 
and lirannan fni Firsts W. 
Frederick, bet Carl and 
Waller fm Masonic av W. 
Freelon, bet Bourne and 
orsenlus fm Byrne S to 
Salome 
Freelon, bet Bryant and 
l{rannan fm Zoe to SW of 
Fourth, 
Fremont, bet Beale and 
First fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street W. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

Melius 



201 Howard 200 

243 Lincoln place 

301 Folsom 300 

401 Harrison 400 

425 Lawrence place... 

501 Bryant 500 

(e) Brnnnan (e) 

Fremont Court, bet 

Powell and Mason fm Clay 

S. 
Fresno, bet Plumas and 

India fm the bay W to 

First av. 
Friedman Place, bet 

Pacific and Broadway from 

Larkin E. 
Front, bet Davis and Bat- 
tery N from Market to 

Greenwich. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Pine 100 

201 California 200 

211 Halleck 

;»1 Sacramento _ 300 

317 Commercial 318 

401 Clav 400 

(c) Merchant 416 

501 Washington .iOO 

Oregon 510 

601 Jackson 600 

Clark 614 

701 Pacific 700 

713 Chambers 712 

801 Broadwav 800 

901 Vall^o (d) 

1001 Green (rf) 

Comm«rce (d) 

1101 Union (d) 

Dock (d) 

1201 Filbert (d) 

(e) Greenwich (e) 

Front Avenue, bet 

Water Front and First av 

fm India SE. 
Fulton, bet Grove and 

Mc.\liister W fm Larkin. 
South. Street. j\'. side. 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue_ 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

1001 Steiner 1000 

1101 Pierce 1100 

1201 Scott 1200 

i:«l Devisadero 1300 

1401 Broderick 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 

1601 Lvon 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue....l800 

1901 Ashbnrv 1900 

2001 Clayton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

2301 Stanvan 2300 

«, South S F, from India 

SW to Vlsltacion Valley. 
Oalnes, bet Battery and 

Sansome fm Green to 

Union. 
Oale, bet First and Second, 

fm Townsend to.aud front- 
ing, the bay. 
eallndo Alley, bet Gu- 

erriTo and Dolores fm Fif- 
teenth to Sixteenth. 
Oarden, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Harrison to 

Hryant. 
Oarden Avenue, bet 

Geary and Post fm Devis- 
adero to IJroilerlck 
Oardner, bet Kearny and 

Dupont I'm Post N. 
iilardner Place, bet 

Clay and Washington Im 

Mason W. 
tiaren, W s San Bruno 

ICoad 4 miles fm City Hall 
Oates, fm Cortland av S to 

Crescent av, B H 
O a V e u , University H 

.\ssn. 
Oaven, bet Powell and 

JIasoii fm Filbert to 

Greenwich. 



Gear.v, bet O'Farrell and 
Post W fm Junction Kear- 
ny and Market to Central 
av. 
South. Street. iV. side. 
I Market & Keainy_ 2 

25 Brooks 

101 Dupont 100 

201 Stockton 200 

301 Powell 300 

401 Mason 400 

Metcalfe place 416 

417 !*Iartha place — 

501 Taylor 600 

511 Geary place. — 

515 William 512 

601 Jones 600 

701 Leavenworth„ 700 

801 Hyde 800 

901 Larkin 900 

1001 Polk 1000 

1101 Van Ness avenue..llOO 

1201 Franklin 1200 

i:«l Gough 1.^00 

1401 Octavia 1400 

1501 Laguna. 1.500 

1601 Buchanan 1600 

1701 Webster 1700 

1801 Fillmore 1800 

1901 Steiner 1900 

2001 Pierce 2000 

2101 Scott 2100 

2201 Devisadero 2200 

2301 Broderick 2300 

St Joseph's av — 

aiOl Baker. 2400 

2501 Lyon 2500 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

©eary Place, bet Taylor 
and Jones fm Geary S. 

Creneva, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Brannau SE. 

Oeorge, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Hooper to Hub- 
bell. 

Oeorgia, bet Louisiana 
and .Michigan tin Solano S 
to First av. 

eerke Alley, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich fm Dupont 
E. 

Oermanla, bet Kate and 
Waller tin Webster to Fill- 
more. 

eertrudla, fiu Uecker S 
W to Islals Creek 

OibbH,bet Washington and 
Jackson im Montgomery 
av W. 

dlbson, bet Green and 
Union fm Larkin E. 

Ollbert, bet Sixth and 

Seventh fm Bryant to 

Townsend. 
Oilmore, E s Kentucky 

nr Shasta 
Olrard, bet San Bruno 

Road and Berlin fm Silver 

av S. 
eien Park Avenue, 

bet Mission and Howard 

fm Twelfth SW. 
Cilenwood Place, bet 

Twelfth and Tblrteentb 

fm Howard S. 
Cilover.bet Broadway and 

Vallejo fm Jones W. 

Ooat Alley, bet Battery 

and Sansome fm Vollejo 
to Green. 

Oodeus, E B Mission nr 
Thirtieth E to California 
av 

Oody. W s Mlulon near 
Twerty-elghth 

Ooettlnaren, bet Berlin 
and WIlTlatuB fm Silver 
av S. 

<9old, bet .Tackson and Pa- 
cific fm Sansome to Mont- 
gomery. 

Oolden Court, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 

eolden Oate Park, 
liet D and H fm the ocean 
to Stanyan and bet Fell 
and Oak to Baker. 

Oolduian Place, l>et 
Sixteenth atid Sevcn- 
tucnch fm Mission E. 



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Ccood • Children, bet 

Kearny and Pupont fm 
Greenwich to Lombard. 
Cluodaell Place, bet 

IJarrls'on and Bryant fm 

KIrst E. 
Oordon, bet Eighth and 

Mntli Irom Harrison NW. 
Cloush, bet Franklin and 

( ictavia N fm Market to 

l/evvlu. 
West. Street. E. side. 



1 

101 

201 

301 

401 

501 

601 

701 

801 
901 

1001 

1101 

1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 

leoi 

1701 
ISOl 
1901 
2001 
2101 
22<J1 
2301 
2401 
2.501 
2(i01 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 



(e) 



100 
200 
300 



Market AHalght 

Rose avenue _ 

Page 

Lilv avenue 

Oak 

Hickory avenue... 

Fell 

Linden avenue 

Hayes 400 

Ivv avenue 

Grove 500 

Birch avenue 

Fulton 600 

Ash avenue 

McAllister 700 

Locust avenue 

Tyler 800 

Turk 900 

Laurel avenue 

Kddy 1000 

Willow avenue 

EUlB 1100 

(illve avenue 

O'Farrell 1200 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1300 

Cedar avenue 

Post 1400 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter 1500 

Fern avenue 

Bush 1600 

Austin 

Pine 170O 

California 1800 

Sacramento 1900 

Clav 2000 

Washington 2100 

Jackson 2200 

Pacific 230O 

Broadway 2400 

VallejQ. 2500 

Green 2600 

Union 2700 

Filbert 2800 

Greenwich. 2900 

Lombard 3000 

Chestnut 3100 

Francisco 3200 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

, , Lewis (e 

Orace Terrace, S s Cali- 
fornia bet Dupont and 
Stockton 
Clraham Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Union to Green, 
6rand Avenne, bet 
Kjnth and Tenth fm Mis- 
sion to Howard. 
Oraud Place, bet Du- 
pont and Kearny fm Fil- 
bert S. 
Or ant, (see Pierce) 
Orant Place, bet Fre- 
mont and First fm Folsom 
S. 
Orattan, S of Sullivan fm 

Stanyan W. 
Oreen, bet Yallejo and 
Union Wfm Front to Pre- 
sidio Reservation. 
South. Street. N. tide. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

Gaines 

Sansome 200 

Calhoun 

Montgomery 300 

Vincent 316 

Kohler place 

Bone alley 326 

Reed place „ 

Keatuy 400 

Sonora 406 

Lafavette place 420 

Dupont 500 

Bannam place 510 

Union place 522 

Bower place 



201 

301 

319 

331 
401 



501 



529 



Graham place 5:59 

Montgomery av.... 

601 .*<tocktou 600 

701 Powell 700 

August alley 718 

801 Mason 800 

Salmon 

901 Taylor 900 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

New Orleans alley 

- — Hamlin 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkln 130O 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 170O 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2301 Stelner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2.501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

2901 Lvon 2900 

3001 Central avenue 3000 

3101 Walnut 3100 

(e) Laurel (e) 

Crreen Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green N. 
Oreen's Court, bet 
Mission and Howard, 
Spear and Steuart 
Oreenwlch, bet Filbert 
and Lombard W fm Front 
to Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. 2\\ side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery 100 

201 Sansome 200 

Pringle court 

301 Montgomery 300 

401 Kearny 400 

Telegraph place.... 

501 Dupont 500 

505 Kramer place 

Bellevue avenue... 

601 Stockton 600 

701 Powell 700 

703 Gaven 

Chamber's alley... 

721 Scotland 

Montgomery av.... 

801 Mason 800 

Hartmann 806 

Jansen 816 

901 Tavlor 900 

907 Roach 

1001 Jones 1000 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

Randall place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 1900 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

2:»1 Stelner 2300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2.501 Scott 2600 

2601 Devisadero 2600 

2701 Broderick 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

Orlsar, bet Union and 
Filbert fm Octavia to La- 
guna. 
drove, bet Hayes and 

Fulton fm Larkln W. 
South. Street. iV. tide. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 960 

1001 Stelner 1000 

Alamo Square 

1201 Scott 1200 



1301 Devisadero 1300 

1401 Broderlck 1400 

1501 Baker 1500 

1601 Lvon 1600 

1701 Lott 1700 

1801 Masonic avenue.. .1800 

1901 Ashbury... 1900 

2001 Glavton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 220O 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

Onerrero, bet Valencia 
and Dolores fm Market S 
to Old San Jos6 Road. 
East. •Street. W. side. 

1 Market.,, 2 

101 Ridley 100 

Clinton Park 

Baltimore Park 

113 Qulnn 

Brosnan 

201 Fourteenth .200 

301 Fifteenth 300 

401 Si.xt«enth 400 

Camp 

501 Seventeenth 500 

.519 Dorland 518 

601 Eighteenth 600 

701 Nineteenth 700 

Columbia 

801 Twentieth 800 

Liberty 

901 Twenty-first 900 

Hill 

1001 Twenty-second 1000 

M 

1101 Twentv-third 1100 

Elizabeth 

1201 Twentv-fourth 1200 

1301 Twentv-fifth 1300 

1401 Twenty-sixth 1400 

Cirunnlson Avenue, S 
s Prectta place S to Pros- 
pect place 
Oustavus, bet Powell and 
Mason fm California to Sac- 
ramento, 
Outtenberiir, W End H 

Assn. 
Guy Place, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm First SW, 
H, bet Golden Gate Park 

and I fm First ov W. 
H, South S F, fm Fourth av 

SW to Visltaclon Valley. 

Htkgein, bet Third and 

Fourth fm King to Berry, 

Haight, bet Waller and 

Page W fm junction Gough 

and Market, 

South. Street. N. side, 

1 Market and Gough 2 

101 Octavia 100 

201 Laguna 200 

301 Buchanan,.. 300 

401 Webster 400 

501 Fillmore 500 

601 Stelner 600 

701 Pierce 700 

801 Scott 800 

901 Devisadero 900 

1001 Broderlck 1000 

1101 Baker 1100 

1201 Lyon 1200 

1301 Lott 1300 

1401 Masonic avenue. ..1400 

1501 Ashbury 1500 

1601 Clayton 1600 

1701 Cole 1700 

1801 Shrader 1800 

(e) Stanyan (e) 

HalcWs San Bruno Road 

4 miles fm City Hall 
Hall Alley, bet Sansome 
and Montgomery fm Val- 
lejo S. 
Hall Court, bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson fm 
Dupont W, 
Hall Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 
Hallech, bet California 
and Sacramento fm Front 
to Leidesdortr. 
Hal leek, E s Buchanan 

nr Lombard 
Hamilton, bet Holyoke 
and Bowdoin fm Silver av 
S, U M T. 
Hamilton Square, bet 
Scott and Stelner, Post and 
Geary, 



Hamlin, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde fm Green 

N, 
Hamlin Place, bet 

Broad woy and Vallejo fm 
Larkln E. 
Hammond Place, bet 

Seconil and Third fm 
Townsend to Berry. 

Hampshire, bet Potrero 
av and YorK fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-first, 
thence E to Jersey, thence 
S to Serpentine av, and fm 
IslaiK Creek S, South S. F. 

Hampton Court, bet 
Hawthorne and Third fm 
Harrison NW, 

Hampton Place, bet 
Second and Third fm Fol- 
som SE. 

Hancock,bet Eighteenth 
and Nineteenth, from 
Church to Noe, 

Hardie Place, bet Sut- 
ter ond Bush fm Kearny 
E, 

Harlan Place, bet Sut- 
ter and Bush fm Dupont 
W. 

Harriet, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Howard to 
Folsom, 

Harrison, bet Folsom 
and Bryant SW fm Steuart 
to Fourteenth, thence to 
Serpentine av. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Steuart 2 

101 Spear ,.,.. 100 

Johnston 

201 Mam 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First 500 

Essex 538 

551 Rincon place 

557 Stanley place „.- — 

Charles place 570 

601 Second „ 600 

613 Vassar place 

Hawthorne &30 

Hampton court 670 

701 Third 700 

Ritch 720 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

913 Fifth avenue 

953 Oak Grove avenue 

969 Park avenue 

1001 Sixth lOOO 

1011 Garden 

Columbia 

Sherman 

1101 Seventh 1100 

1119 Langton 

1137 Chesley 

1149 Hayward 

Mariposa Terrace.. 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Gordon „ 

1301 Ninth 1300 

Dore 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh. 1500 

Nevada 

Twelfth 1600 

1601 Channel 

1701 Fourteenth .'...1700 

1721 Alameda 

1801 Fifteenth 1800 

1821 El Dorado 

1901 Sixteenth 1900 

1921 Santa Clara 

2001 Seventeenth 2000 

2021 Mariposa 

2101 Eighteenth 2100 

2121 Solano 

Nineteenth 2200 

2221 Butte 

2:«)1 Twentieth 2300 

2401 Twentv-flrst 2400 

2501 Twenty-second 2500 

2601 Twenty-third 2600 

2701 Twenty-fourth 2700 

2801 Twenty-fifth 2800 

2901 Twenty-sixth •..2900 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

HarrlHon Avenue, oet 

Seventh and Eighth fm 

Folsom SE. 
Harry, fm Laidley SW to 

Beacon. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY. 



Harry Place, bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich fm 
Laguna E. 

Hartford, bet Xoe and 

Castro fm Eighteenth 8 to 

Twentieth. 
Hartmann, bet Mason 

and Taylor fm Greenwich 

to Montgomery av. 
Harvard, S s Sliver avW 

of Oxford. 
Harwood Alley, bet 

Kearny and Dupont fm 

Filbert S. 
Havens, bet Union and 

Filbert fm Leavenworth 

W. 
Havens Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 

Washington S. 
Hawen, bet Tenth and 

Eleventh Im Folsom S. 
Hawthorne, bet Second 

and Third fm Folsom to 

Harrison. 
Hayes, bet Fell and Grove 

W fm Junction Market and 

Larkin. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market & Larkln... 2 

College place 16 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin ^. 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

601 Lftguna. 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

801 Webster 800 

901 Fillmore 900 

1001 Steiner 

1101 Pierce 

1201 Scott 1200 

l.-Wl Pevlsadero 1300 

1401 Broderick 1400 

1501 Baker. 1500 

1601 Lyon. leOO 

1701 Lott. 1700 

1801 Masopic avenue.. ..1800 

1901 AShburv 1900 

2001 Clavton 2000 

2101 Cole 2100 

2201 Shrader 2200 

vt; Stanyan (e) 

Uayward, l>et Seventh 

and Eighth fm Harrison 

SE. 
Haywood, bet Third and 

Fourth fm Folsom to Lou- 
isa. 
Heath, fm Cortland av 

8 to San lirano Koad. 
Hecker, fm Islais Creek 

W. 
Helen Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm Cal- 

Itornla S. 
Helena, South S F, S of 

Islais (Jreek fm Nebraska 

W to York. 
Henderson Avenue, 

8 s Point Lobos av bet 

JohiiMin av und First av. 
Henrietta, fm San Jos€ 

Road nr Thirtieth SE to 

North av, B H. 
Henrietta Mqnare, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 

Eleventh E. 
Henry, bet Hyde and Lar- 
kln Im Lombard N. 
Henry, Ixit SiUlnian and 

Burrow fm San Bruno 

Road W, U M T. 
Henr,v. bet Fonrteenth 

nii'l h llteenth fm Noc \V. 
HerluKcr, E of San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm City 

Hall. 
Herniann,bet Brady and 

Ridley fm Market E to 

Mission. 
Hermann, E of San Bni- 

ni) Koad 4 miles fm City 

Hall. 
Heron, bet Folsom and 

Harris<m fm Eighth NK 
Heyn Place, l>et Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 

Cloy S. 
Hickory Avenue, b°t 

Oak and Fell fm Van Ness 

av to Webster. 



South. Street. N. side. 
1 Van Ness avenue.. 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Ociavia 300 

401 Laguna. 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 Webster 600 

High, bet Bellevue and 
Mission Ocean House 
Road fm Twen y-fifth S 
to Twenty-sixth. 

Highland Terrace, 
N s California bet Jones 
and Leavenworth. 

Hill, bet Twenty-first and 
Twenty-second fm Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero, andfm 
.Sanchez W to Castro. 

Himnielmann Place 
iM't Ma^on and Taylor Im 
Pacific to Broadway. 

lUnckley, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Kearny to 
Dupont. 

Hodgres Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Vallejo N. 

Hodges Court, bet 
Jlariiit and Mission fm 
Spear \V. 

Hodgson Alley, bet 
Ml.-sion and First av fm 
Sixteenth N. 

Hotr Avenue, bet Mis- 
sion and Valencia fm Si.x- 
teenth to Seventeenth. 

Hollia, bet Buchanan and 
Webster fm Ellis to O'Far- 
rell. 

Holly Park, SW s Ber- 
nal Heights nr San Jos^ 
Road. 

Holyoke, bet Williams 
and Hamilton fm Silver 
av S. 

Homestead, bet Doug- 
lass and Ellen fm Twenty- 
fourth to Twenty-sixth. 

Hooper, bet Channel and 
Irwin SW fm Kentucky to 
Eighth. 

Hope, fm California av N 
W to Franconia av, B H. 

Hopeton Terrace, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Washington S. 

Houston, bet Chestnut 
and Fiancisco fm Taylor 
to Jones. 

Howard, bet Mission and 
Folsom SW fm East to 
Thirteenth, thence 8 to 
Serpentine av. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

Green court 

101 Spear 100 

Dexter 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

.501 First 500 

COl Second 600 

New Montgomery 

633 Hubbard 

701 Third 700 

801 Fourth 800 

Howird court 814 

901 Fifth 900 

Marv 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1013 Harriet 

1041 Rusk 

1059 Moss 

1101 Seventh UOO 

1111 LangtoD 

1127 Rausch 

11.59 Sumner 

1201 Eighth 1200 

i:i01 Ninth 1300 

Washington av 

- Grand avenue 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1.501 Eleventh 1500 

Lafayette 

1601 Twelfth.'. 1600 

Bowles place 1626 

1701 Thirteenth 1700 

Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 



Adair 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2:»1 Nineteenth 2300 

Kensington place.. 

2401 Twentieth :...2400 

2.501 Twentv. first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Twentv-third 2700 

2801 Twentv-fourth 2800 

2901 Twentv-fifth 2900 

.3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

(e) Serpentine av (e) 

Howard Court, bet 

Fourth and Fifth fm 

Howard NW. 
Hubbard, betSecondand 

Tlilrdfm Howard SE. 
Hubbell, bet Irwin and 

South SWfm Kentucky to 

Center. 
Hudson, bet Fourth and 

Fifth f m Channel to South. 
Hudson, Junction Four- 
teenth av and Cadwalla- 

der N \V to Salome. 
Hulbert Alley, bet 

Four.h and Fifth SE and 

NW fm Clara. 
Huml>oldt, bet Sierra 

and Nevada fin Water 

Front to Maryland. 
Hunt, bet Mission and 

Howard fm Third NE. 
Hunter, AVs San Bruno 

Road 4 miles fm City Hall 

Hyde, bet Leavenworth 
and Larkin N fm McAl- 
lister to Jelferson. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Tvler 100 

201 Turk 200 

203 Hyde place 

:»l Eddy 300 

401 Ellis 400 

501 O'Farrell 500 

601 Geary 600 

701 Post 700 

801 Sutter. 800 

801 Bash 900 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 Colllomla UOO 

1201 Sacramento 1200 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1.501 Jackson 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

Lvnch 1606 

1701 Broadway 1700 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green 1900 

Delgado place 

Russell 

2001 I'nion 2000 

Allen 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2:)01 Lombard %V» 

2401 Chestnut 2400 

3.501 Francisco 2.500 

2601 Bay 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jeflerson (e) 

Hyde Place, bet Turk 

and Eddy im Hyde W. 
I, bet H and J fm First av 

W. 
I, South S F, fm .Second av 

SW to Visltaclon Valley. 
Idaho, bet Arizona and 

Paiotah fm Water Front 

S to India. 
Illinois, bet Michigan 

and Kentucky tm Fourth 

S to First av. 
India. SWandNs of In- 
dia Itii-in. 
Indiana, bet Minnesota 

and Iowa fm Center S to 

Tulare. 
Iowa, bet Indiana and 

Pennsylvania ftn Center S 

to Tulare. 
Irwin, bet Hooper and 

HublK-ll SW fm Kentucky 

to KIk-hth. 
Isaac, bet Folsom and 

Harrl8<m from Twelfth to 

Thirteenth. 



Isabel, fm Wolfe SE to 

Shakspeare, B H. 
Isis, bet Folsom ani Har- 
rison fm Twelfth SW. 
I Islais, S 8 Islais Creek 
j channel fm the bay W. 
Ivy Avenue, bet Hayes 

and Grove fm Polk W. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Polk 2 

(6) Van Ness avenue.. (6) 

201 Franklin 200 

301 Gough .*J0O 

401 Octavia 400 

501 Laguna 500 

601 Buchanan 600 

701 Webster TOO 

J, bet I and K fm First avW. 
J, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Visltaclon Valley. 
Jackson, bet Washington 

and Pacific W fm East. 
South. Street. xV. side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Drumm _ (c) 

101 Davis 100 

201 Front 200 

301 Battery 300 

313 Custom House pi... 

401 Sansome 400 

Balance 412 

431 Jones alley 

501 Montgomery 500 

Montgomery av...„ 

601 Kearny 600 

623 Cooper's alley 

633 Washington place. 

Bartlett _ 642 

701 Dupont 700 

711 St Louis alley 

Sullivan alley 720 

?23 Stout's or Ross al.. 

801 Stockton 800 

Bedford place 806 

813 Virginia 814 

819 Stone — 

Adeleallev 824 

901 Powell 900 

Dore alley 

1001 Mason 1000 

1007 Vernon place 

Auburn 1014 

1101 Tavlor UOO 

1201 Jones 1200 

1301 Leavenworth _1300 

Hall place 

Wall place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

1.501 Larkln 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue.1700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Lagun 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster. 2300 

2401 Fillmore ....2400 

2501 Steiner 2500 

2601 Pierce 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2801 Devlsadero 2800 

2SI01 Broderick 2900 

:«01 Baker .aOOO 

3101 Lyon 3100 

.1201 Ontral avenue 3200 

3.-W1 Walnut 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

;«i0I Locust 3500 

:«i01 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

(?) First avenue (e) 

Jackson Park, bet 

Sautn I lura and ^larlposa, 

Carolina mid .Arkansas. 
Jackson Place, bet 

Green and Vall^o tm 

Montgomery R 
Jncoby. bet Leavenworth 

and Il>(le (III CnllfornlaN. 

Jacob.i Piacc.bet Hyde 

and Larkln fm Sutter N. 

Jane Place, bet Mason 

and Taylor fm I'Ine N. 
Jansen. bet Mason and 

Taylor fm Greenwich to 

Lombard. 
Japan, S s Bryant bet 

First and Second. 
Jasper Alley , bet Union 

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4()1 
501 
601 
701 



1201 

i:»l 

1401 
l.Wl 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 



Jaitper Place, bet Du> 

poTit ond Stockton fm 
Union to li llbert. 
Jeflternon, bet Beach and 
Tonquin W fm Powell to 
Presidio Ueservatlon. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Powell 

101 Mason 

201 Taylor , 

:«l JoneB (d) 

Leavenworth (d) 

Hyde (d) 

Larkln 600 

Polk 700 

Vun Ness avenue. 
Gov't Heservatlon — — 

Lasnina 1200 

Buchanan 1300 

Webster 1400 

Fillmore 1500 

Steiner 1600 

Pierce 1700 

Scott 1800 

Devlsadero 1900 

Broderlck ..2000 

Baker 2100 

JeflTerMoii Avenue, £ s 
Laurel av nr Cortland av 
E to San Bruno Road. 
JTeflTerHon Square, bet 
Tyler and Eddy, Laguna 
and GouKh. 
Jcrsiej-, bet Potrero av and 
Hampshire fm Mission 
Creek S to Twenty-flrst. 
Jer»e>-,bet Twenty-fourth 
and Twenty-fifth ftn Old 
San Jos6 Koad Wto Doug- 
lass. 
Jessie, bet Market and 

Mission fm first SW. 
S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

First 2 

Ecker 

Anthony 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Annie 162 

Third (6) 

Fourth 300 

Firth {b) 

Mint avenue 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

There are also In this 
block numbers from 1 
to 30 inclusive. 

701 Eighth 700 

801 Ninth 800 

901 Tenth 900 

Eleventh (6) 

Twelfth (6) 

Thirteenth (b) 

Fourteenth (6) 

Fifteenth (6) 

Sixteenth (6) 

Seventeenth (6) 

Willow avenue 

Eighteenth 1700 

Nineteenth 1800 

Twentieth 1900 

Twenty-first (e) 

Jienett-, bet Townsend and 

King fm Fourth to Fifth. 

JFohn, bet Jackson and Pa- 

citic fm Powell to Mason. 
John, bet First and Second 
fm Rlncon pi S to Town- 
send. 
Jfobniton Avenue, bet 
Parker av and Henderson 
av fm Point Lobos av S. 
Jolminton, bet Spear and 
Main fm Harrison to Bry- 
ant. 
Jones, bet Taylor and 
Leavenworth N fm Mar- 
ket to Jefferson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Mkt Si, McAllister.. 2 

Tyler 100 

Turk 200 

McDermott place.. 

Eddy 300 

EUlB 400 

Antonio 

Steveloe place 412 

O'Farrell 500 

Geary 600 

Cottage place 614 

Post 700 

Lewis 704 



801 



1 



101 

161 

(6) 
301 

(6) 
431 
501 
601 



(ft) 
(b) 
(b) 
(6) 
lb) 
(6) 
(6) 

1701 
1801 
1901 

(e) 



901 
1001 
1101 
1201 

1.301 
1401 
1501 
IfiOl 
1607 
1701 
1801 

1901 

2001 
2101 

2301 
2301 

2401 
2501 

2601 

2701 

2801 

(e) 



101 
201 
215 
301 
401 
411 

501 
601 

701 



Sutter 800 

White's place 806 

Bush 900 

Pine 1000 

California 1100 

Sacramento 1200 

Pleasant 

aay 1300 

Washington 1400 

Jackson _ J.500 

Pacihc 1600 

Bernard 1608 

Broadway 1700 

Vallejo 1800 

Merrill 

Green 1900 

Lincoln 

Union 2000 

Filbert 2100 

Valpaialso 

Greenwich 2200 

Lombard 2300 

l)uane 

(>hestnut 2400 

Francisco 2500 

Montgomery av... 

Bay 2600 

North Point 2700 

Beach 2800 

Jefferson (e) 

Jones Alley, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Washington to .Jackson. 
Jones' Place, N s Bry- 
ant bet Sixth and Seventh 
Josephine, bet Central 
av and Eugenia fm Point 
Lobos av N. 
Joseph's Terrace, E s 
Stockton bet Lombard and 
Chestnut. 
Joy, fm California av NW 

to Brewster, B H. 
Julia, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Mission's. 
Julia Court, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
O'Farrell N. 
Julius, bet Kearny and 

Dupontfm Lombard N. 
Junction, or Dry, bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thir- 
tieth fm San Josg Koad W 
to Bellevue. 
Juniper, bet Tenth and 
Eleventh fm Folson; lo 
Harrison. 
K, be I J and L fm Fourth 

av W. 
K, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Railroad av. 
Kansas, bet Rhode Island 
and Vermont ftn Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek, 
and im B south, South S 
V. 
Kappeler Court, bet 
Geary and Post fm Mason 
W. 
Kate, bet Ridley and Wal- 
ler W fm Junction Market 
and Laguna to Steiner and 
bet Frederick and A\aller 
fm Cole W to St any an. 
Kate Place, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Brvant 
SE. 
Kearny,bet Montgomery 
and Dupont N fm Market 
to North Point. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Geary 2 

Morton 

Post 100 

Vermehr place 116 

Sutter 200 

Bardie place 218 

Bush 300 

Pine 400 

Summer 414 

California 500 

Sacramento 600 

Commercial 632 

Clay 700 

Merchant 720 

Washington 800 

Jackson 900 

Montgomery av ... 

Pacific 1000 

St Charles 1018 

Broadwav 1100 

Dunn alley 1106 

Hinckley .1120 



19 
101 

201 

301 
401 

501 
601 
627 
701 

801 
901 

1001 

1101 

1121 



1 
101 



201 
301 
401 
501 

(e) 



1201 Vallejo 1200 

1215 8t Charles place.... 

1.301 Green 1300 

1401 Union 1400 

I'Ol Filbert 1.500 

1601 Greenwich 1600 

1701 Lombard 1700 

1801 Chestnut 1800 

1901 Francisco (d) 

2001 Bay (d) 

(e) North Point (e) 

Kensiiig^ton Place, 
bet Nineteenth and Twen- 
tieth fm Howard W. 
Kent, bet Union and Fil- 
bert fm Mason W. 
Kentucky, bet Illinois 
and Tennessee fm Chan- 
nel S to Second av. 
Keyes Alley, bet Pow- 
ell and Mason ftn Pacific 
N. 
Kimball Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hydefm 
S 6 Sacramento N. 
King, bet Townsend and 
Berry SW fm the bay to 
Eighth. 
S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

Second 2 

Olney place 

Third 100 

Madden 

HaggiiL 

Fourth 200 

Fifth 300 

Sixth 400 

Seventh 500 

Eighth (e) 

Kissling Place, bet 
Folsom and Harrison, 
Thirteenth and Four- 
teenth. 
Kohler'B Place, bet 
Kearny and Montgomery 
fm Green S. 
Kosciusko, fm Cortland 
av S to Crescent av, B 11. 
Kossuth, E 8 Railroad av 

E to Chace. 
Kramer Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Greenwich S. 
Xi, bet K and M fm Seventh 

av W. 
li. South S F, fm First av 
SW to Twenty -eighth av. 
I^afa.vette, bet Eleventh 
and Twelfth fm Mission lo 
Howard. 
Iiafayette Park, bet 
Sacramento and Washing- 
ton, Gougb and Laguna. 
Iiafayette Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Green to Union. 
I<aguna, bet Octavia and 
Buchanan N fm Market to 

West. Street. E. side. 

Market and Kate .. 2 

Waller 100 

Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

Page 

Lily avenue 

Oak 

Hickory avenue.. 

Fell 

Linden avenue.... 

Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue 

Grove 700 

Birch avenue 

Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

Tyler 1000 

Turk 1100 

Laurel avenue 

Eddy 1200 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 1300 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1400 

Myrtle avenue 

Geary 1500 

Cedar avenue 

Post. 1600 

Metcalf place 

Walnut avenue .... 
Sutter 1700 



1 

101 
201 

301 

401 

.501 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 
1101 

1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 

1601 



300 
400 



500 



1701 



Pern avenue 

1801 Bush 1800 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 

2101 Sacramento 2100 

2201 Clay 2200 

2:»I Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2.501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2900 

Grlsar 

3001 Filbert 3000 

Harry place 

.3101 Greenwich .3100 

3201 Lombard 3200 

:i301 Chestnut .3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

:«01 Bay 3500 

3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

3801 Jefferson 3800 

3901 Tonquin 3900 

(e) Lewis fe) 

liaidley, fm Thirtieths 
E to talrmount, thence 
SW to Castro. 
lianders, crosses Market 
at Junction of Fourteenth 
and Church. 
Iiangton, bet Seventh 
and Eighth fm Howard to 
Bryant. 
liarkin, bet Hyde and 
Polk N fm Market to 
Tonquin. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Hayes 2 

Park avenue 

101 Grove 100 

Birch avenue 

201 Fulton 200 

213 Ash avenue 

;«1 McAllister 300 

315 Locust avenue 

401 Tyler 400 

Elm avenue • 

501 Turk 500 

Laurel avenue — - 

601 Eddy 600 

611 Willow avenue 

701 Ellis 700 

709 Olive avenue 

801 O'Farrell 800 

813 Myrtle avenue 

901 Geary 900 

911 Cedar avenue 

1001 Post 1000 

1013 Walnut avenue 

1101 Sutter 1100 

Fern avenue 

1201 Bush 1200 

Vorrath place 1206 

1209 Austin 

i;«l Pine 1300 

1401 California 1400 

1501 Sacramento 1.500 

1601 Clay 1600 

1701 Washington 1700 

1801 Jackson 1800 

1901 Pacific 1900 

Friedman place 1910 

2001 Broadway 2000 

Hamlin place 

2101 Vallejo 2100 

2201 Green 2200 

Bradv place.. 

2.301 Union 2300 

2401 Filbert 2400 

2501 Greenwich 2500 

2601 Lombard 2600 

2701 Chestnut 2700 

2801 Francisco 2800 

2901 Bay 2900 

;«X)1 NorthPoint 3000 

3101 Beach 3100 

3201 Jeflerson. (d) 

(e) Tonquin (e) 

I<askie, Det Eighth and 
Ninth fill Mission NW. 

liatham Place, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Ma- 
son W. 

liaura Place, bet San- 
some and Montgomery fm 
Pine S. 

laaurel, bet Walnut and 
Locust fm California N. 

Iiaurel Avenue, from 
Cortland av S to Benton 
av, B H. 



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I^aarel Avenue, bet 

Turk and Eddy fm Larkln 
to Webster. 
South. Street. iVi side 

1 Larkiu 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

.301 Franklin .100 

(6) Gough (6) 

Jefferson Square... 

(6) Octavla (6) 

601 Lagnna 600 

701 Buchanan. 700 

801 Webster 800 

I/anrel Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm First 
to Essex. 

liaw^rence Plaee, bet 

Harrison and Bryant fm 
Fremont E. 

I<eaTeiiM°orth, bet 

Jones and Hyde N fm Mc- 
Allister to Jefferson. 
Wett. Street. E. aide. 

1 McAllister 2 

101 Tyler 100 

Burcham place... .. 

201 Turk. 200 

301 Eddv 300 

401 Ellis 400 

501 O'Fanell 500 

601 Geary 600 

701 Post 700 

801 Sutter 800 

901 Bush 900 

1001 Pine 1000 

1101 California 1100 

1201 8acramento 1200 

1301 Clay 1300 

1401 Washington 1400 

1501 Jackson 1500 

1601 Pacific 1600 

1609 Lvnch 

Bernard 1614 

1701 Broadway 170O 

Glover 

1801 Vallejo 1800 

1901 Green. 1900 

Lincoln 

2001 Union 2000 

Havens 

2101 Filbert 2100 

2201 Greenwich 2200 

2301 Lombard 2300 

2401 CTiestnut 2400 

2501 Francisco 2.500 

2601 Bay. 2600 

2701 North Point 2700 

Montgomery av.... 

2801 Beach 2800 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

I<ee, fm Cortland av S to 
San Bruno Koad, S s B H. 

I^eideiidorff, bet San- 
some and Jlontgomery fm 
N fni Pine to Clay. 
We.1t. Street. E. tide. 

1 Pine 2 

101 California 100 

Halleck 

201 Sacramento 200 

213 Commercial 212 

(e) Clay (e) 

I<enn Place, bet Shasta 
and Napa Ironi Hllnols E. 

l<eonore, E s San Bruno 
Jtoad 4 miles fm City Hall. 

I«r«>- Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth Im Sac- 
ramento N and S. 

IiCHlrade Place, bet 
Kearny and Dujiont fm 
Pacific N. 

I.ewiH, fm Polk Wto I're- 
sldlo Iteservatlon fronting 
the bay. 

IjCwIk, fm Bemis W to 
Ca.stro. 

I<ewlB Place, bet Post 
and Sutter im Taylor to 
Jones. 

Ijlberly, bet Third and 
Fourth fm Townsend 
NW. 

I^iberty, bet Twentieth 
and Twenty-first fm Val- 
encia W to Castro. 

lilck, bet Union and Fil- 
bert tm Taylor W. 

l<lck Alley, bet Market 
and Mission Ini First W. 



Ijick Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Post to Sutter. 
Ijida Place, bet Mission 
and Valencia fm Sixteenth 
N. 
K<ily Avenae, bet Page 

and Oak fm Franklin W. 
South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavla 200 

301 Lagnna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

liiiua, bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde fm Filbert N. 
Iiincolii, fni North av £ 
to Prentl.-is, B H. 

I<lncoIn Arenne, bet 

Green and Union fm 
Jones W. 

Ijliicoln Place, bet 

Union and Filbert fm Hyde 
E. 
liincoln Place, bet 

Howard and Folsom fm 
Fremont E. 
Iiinden Arenae, bet 

Fell and Hayes fm E a 

Van Ness av to Webster. 

South. Street. N. side. 

1 Van Ness av 2 

101 Franklin __ 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavla 300 

401 Laguna 400 

.V)l Buchanan. 500 

601 Webster 600 

I<obos Square, bet 
Welister and Laguna. 
Chestnut and Bay. 
I^ocuNt, bet Laurel and 

Spruce fm California N. 
I<ocuMt. Avenue, bet 
McAllister and Tyler fm 
Larkln to Fillmore. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

301 Franklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

.501 Octavla .500 

601 Laguna 600 

701 Buchanan 700 

liombard, bet Green- 
wich and Chestnut W fm 
Battery to Presidio Reser- 
vation. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Battery (d) 

Sansome 

101 Montgomery 100 

Webster. 

201 Kearny 200 

Good Children 

Julius 

301 Dnpont 300 

Wells court 

.501 Stockton 500 

■507 Lombard place 

601 Powell 600 

Chambers alley 

701 Ma.son 700 

705 Hartmann 

Newell 708 

Montgomery av.... 

713 Janscn 

801 Taylor 800 

901 Jones 900 

Caroline 

1001 Leavenworth 1000 

1101 Hyde 1100 

Henrv 

1-201 Larkln 1200 

1301 Polk 1300 

1401 Van Ness avenue..l400 

1501 Franklin 1.500 

leoi Gough 1600 

1701 Octavla 1700 

1801 Laguna 1800 

1901 Buchanan 1900 

2001 Webster 2000 

2101 Fillmore 2100 

2201 Stelner 2200 

2:«il PliTce 2300 

2401 Scott 2400 

2.501 Devlsadero 2500 

2601 Broderlck 2600 

2701 Baker 2700 



laOinbard Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell fm 
Lombard S. 

I^ott, bet Lyon and Ma- 
sonic av N fm Waller to 
Turk. 

I<onl»ia, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm KItch to 
Fourth. 

I^onisa Alley, N s Lon- 
Isa bet Hayward and Eliz- 
abeth. 

Iiouisiana, bet Mary- 
land and Georgia fm Sola- 
no S to First av. 

liuck, fm Orleans to Ber- 
nal av. 

Ijucy, l>et Masonic av and 
.\shbury fm Waller S. 

liundy Itane, fm Vir- 
ginia av NE to Coso av, 
B H. 

Kiunt Avenue, bet Tyler 
and McAllister fm Laguna 

l<.moli, bet Pacific and 
Broadwa.v fm Leaven- 
worth to Hyde. 

liyon, bet Baker and Lott 
N fm Haight to Presidio 
Reservation. 

liyona, fm California av 
S to Cortland av, B H. 

Iiynett Place, bet Jones 
and Leavenworth fm Sac- 
ramento S. 

M, bet L and N fm Seventh 
av W. 

M, South 8 F, fm First av 
SW to Twenty -eighth av. 

M, bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third fm Sanchez 
to Diamond. 

Macedonia, S s Califor- 
nia av S to Cortez, B H. 

Madden, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 

nadlMon, University 
Homestead Association. 

Madrid, Excelsior Home- 
stead Association. 

II agKle Alley, bet Geary 
aud Post fill Jones E. 

Maiden l<ane,bct Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Jlontgomery av S. 

Maiden Iiane, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Vallejo N. 

Main, bet Spear and Beale 
fm Market SE to the bav. 

East. Street W. side. 
I Market 2 

Meeks place 

Main street place.. 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Rincon court 

401 HarrUon 400 

(e) Bryant (e) 

Main Street Place, 

bet Market and Mission 
fm Main E. 
Malvlna Place, bet 

Sacramento and Clay fm 

Mason W. 
MaiiHlon House 

Place, hot Calilorulnand 

Sacramento fm DupontW. 
Maple, bet Spruce and 

Cherry fm Calitornia N. 
Marenfco, SE of San Bru- 
no Koad 4 miles fm City 

Hall. 
Margaret Place, bet 

Kearnv and Dupont ftn 

Vdllcjo N. 
Mitricaret Place, t>et 

-Miisoii and Taylor fmTurk 

N. 
Mnrirar.r, bet Sanchez 

and Noe fm M S to Clipper 
Maria, bet Harrison and 

Bryant and Seventh and 

Eighth E and W Bides of 

Chesley. 
Marin, bet Colusa and 

Tulare fm the bay W to 

I'ennsylvanla. 
Marliioaa, bet Santa 

Clara and Solano fm the 

bay W to Harrison. 



I Marlpojua Terrace, 

bet Seventh and Eighth 
fm Harri.^on N. 
Market., fm East SW to 
corner Castro and Seven- 
teenth. 
5. E. Street. X. W. side. 
East and Sacra 'to.. 2 

Steuart 

Spear 

Drumm and Cal'a.. 100 

Main 

I avis and Pine 200 

Beale 

Fremont 

Front 30O 

First 

Battery and Bush. 400 

Ecker. 

Sansome & Sutter.. 500 

Second 

Montg'y and Post.. 600 

New Montgomery 

Annie 

Kearny and Geary 70O 

Third 

Brooks 734 

Dupont & O'Farl. 800 

Fourth 

Stockton and Ellis 900 
Powell and Eddy.. .1000 

Fifth 

Mason and Turk.. .1100 

Sixth 

Taylor and Tyler...l200 
Jones A McAlll8t.rl300 

Seventh 

City Hall avenue... 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Larkln and Haye8..1600 

Tenth 

Polk and Fell 1700 

Eleventh 

Van Ness av4 Oak 1800 

Potter. 

Franklin and Page. 1900 

Bose avenue 1912 

Brady 

Gough and Haight200O 

Valencia 

Octavla & Waller_.2100 

Hermann 

Pearl 

Guerrero 

Laguna and Kate.2200 

Ridley 

Dolores 

Buchanan 2300 

Church and Four- 
teenth 2400 

FItleenth (fcSan'z...2500 
Sixteenth andNoe.2600 
Seventeenth and 

Castro 2700 

Martha Place, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fin Gcarv S. 
Mary, bet Firth aud Sixth 

fm Mission to Howard. 
Mary (see Maria) 
Mary I.iane, bet Kearny 

anil Duiwnt tm Bush S. 
Maryland, bet Delaware 
and Louisiana fm Solano 
S to First av. 
MaMon, bet Powell and 
Taylor N fm Marketto Jef- 
ferson. 
West. Street, E. tide. 

1 Market and Turk.. 2 

Eddy lOO 

Ellis 200 

Latham place 

DIkeman place 

O'Farrell 300 

Geary 400 

Oak place 

Kapi>eler court 

Post 500 

Scheerer place 

Sutter flOO 

Delta place 616 

Bush 700 

Pine 800 

Frank place 

California SOO 

Sacramento 1000 

Ewer Place _ 

Malvlna place 

Dawson place 

Clay 1100 

Matthew place 

Sheppard place 1110 



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301 
401 

501 

527 

601 

617 
639 

701 



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1001 



1101 

1201 
1301 

1401 

1501 

1601 



1701 
1801 



1901 



2001 

2101 

2201 
2301 
2401 



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201 

217 
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401 
409 
419 
.501 

601 

701 

801 

901 
1001 
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1017 

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1201 Washington 1200 

1301 Jackson 1800 

John 1314 

1401 PaclHc 1400 

1501 Broadway 1500 

1601 Vallejo 1600 

1701 Green 1700 

Winter's lane 1716 

1801 Union 1800 

Kent 1809 

1901 Filbert 1900 

1911 Valparaiso ■— 

2001 Greenwich 2000 

Montgomery av 

2101 Lombard 2100 

2201 Chestnut 2200 

Water 

2301 Francisco 2300 

Vande water 

2401 Bav 2400 

2501 North Point 2500 

Alaska place 

2601 Beach 2600 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Masonic Avenue, bet 
I Lott and Ashbury S fm 
I Point Lobos av. 
{ Massachusetts, bet 
New York and Delaware 
! fm Sonoma S to First av. 
Massasoit, fm Cortez SE 

to Franconla av, B H. 
Mateo, W of lllguel from 
San Jose Road NW to 
Cherry. 
Matthew Place, bet 
Clay and Washington fm 
Mason W. 
Maxwell, betLarkln and 
Polk fm Broadway N to 
VaUeJo. 
Ma^i'flower, E s Kose- 
crans bet California av 
and Powhattan B H. 
MazzinI, E of Orleans 
fm Preclta Creek SE to 
Schneider. 
McAllister, bet Fulton 
and Tyler W fm Junction 
Jones and Market. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Market and Jones 2 

Park avenue 

101 Leavenworth '100 

201 Hyde 200 

Brown's alley 

301 Larkin 300 

401 Polk 400 

501 Van Ness avenue.. 500 

601 Franklin 600 

701 Gough 700 

801 Octavia 800 

901 Laguna 900 

1001 Buchanan 1000 

1101 AVebster 1100 

1201 Fillmore 1200 

1301 Steiner 1300 

1401 Pierce 1400 

1501 Scott 1500 

1601 Devisadero 1600 

1701 Broderick 1700 

1801 Baker 1800 

1901 L,von 1900 

2001 Lott 2000 

(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 
McCIellan, fm Califor- 
nia av bet Lvon and Wool 
S to Cortland av, B H. 
McCorniick, bet Hyde 

and Larkin fm Pacific S. 
McDerniott Place, 
bet Turk and Eddy fm 
Jones W. 
Mcliaren l>ane, bet 
ThlrteenthandFourteenth 
fm Folsom W. 
Mcl^ea Coart, bet Har- 
rison and Bryant fm Ninth 
NE. 
Meactaani Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Post 
S. 
Mears, bet Merrlfleld and 
First av fm Point Lobos 
av N. 
Med an Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Fil- 
bert N. 
Mecks Place, bet Mar- 
ket and Mission fm Main 
W. • 
Melius, bet Mission and 
Howard fm Fremont W. 



Mendocino, bet Calave- 
ras and Plumas fm the bay 
W to Urst av. 

Merced, S s Thirtieth nr 
Noe S to Laldley. 

Mercer, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Merchant', bet Clay and 
Washington Wfm East to 
Kearny. 
South. Street. JV". side. 

1 East 2 

(6) Drumm (6) 

(6) Davis (6) 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 500 

601 Montgomery 600 

Dunbar alley 628 

(e) Kearny (e) 

Merrlfield, bet Chase 
and Mears fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Merrill, bet Vallejo and 
Green ftn Jones to Leav- 
enworth. 

Merrill, bet AVlUiamson 
and Goettlngen fm Silver 
av N. 

MerrimacN of Alameda 
fm the bav to Tennessee. 

Metcalf Place,bet Post 
and Sutter fm Laguna W. 

Metcalfe Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor Im 
Geary N. 

Mexico, bet Alaska and 
Colorado fm Water Front 
S to India. 

Michigan, bet Georgia 
and Illinois fm Solano S to 
First av. 

Middle, bet Fillmore and 
Webster fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Midway, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Francisco to 
Bay. 

Midway East, bet Kear- 
ny and Dupont fm Fran- 
cisco to Bay. 

Midway We8t,betStock- 
ton and Powell fm Fran- 
cisco to Bay. 

Miguel, fm Bemls near 
Fnirraount SE to San Jos6 
Road. 

Miles C'*urt, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Califor- 
nia N. 

Miles Place, bet Stock- 
ton and Powell fm Sacra- 
mento N. 

Miller Place, bet 
Fourth and Fifth fm Fol- 
som S. 

Mills Place, bet Post 
and Sutter fm Dupont W. 

Minna, bet Mission and 
Howard fm First .SW. 

S. E. Street. JV. W. side. 

1 First 2 

101 Second 100 

New Montgomery 

201 Third 200 

301 Fourth 300 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

645 Julia &16 

701 Eighth 700 

(6) Ninth (6) 

(6) Tenth (6) 

1001 Eleventh... 1000 

1021 Lafavette place 1020 

(6) Twelfth (6) 

(6) Thirteenth (6) 

1301 Fourteenth 1300 

(6) Fifteenth (6) 

Minna Place, bet Mis- 
sion and Howard fm Beale 
W. 

Minnesota, bet Tennes- 
see and Indiana fm South 
S to Tulare. 

Minnie, bet Ashbury and 
Clayton fm Waller S. 

Mint Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Mission N 
and bet Market and Mis- 
sion fm Fifth W. 



Mission, bet Market and 

Howard SW fm East to 

Thirteenth, thence S to 

County Road. 

S.JS. Street. N.W.side. 

1 East 2 

(c) Steuart (c) 

101 Spear 100 

201 Main 200 

301 Beale 300 

401 Fremont 400 

501 First SOO 

537 Sum van aiiey !!.".'.'.■." 

Anthony 570 

601 Second 60O 

New Montgomery. 

Annie ftjO 

701 Third 700 

801 Fourth 800 

901 Fifth 900 

Mint avenue 

921 Marv - — 

1001 Sixth 1000 

1101 Seventh 1100 

Mission alley 

1201 Eighth 1200 

Laskle 1230 

1301 Ninth 1300 

1313 Washington av 

1323 Grand avenue — 

1401 Tenth 1400 

1501 Eleventh 1500 

1525 Lafayette - — 

Potter 1600 

West Mission „ 

1601 Twelfth 

Bond 

1701 Thirteenth 

Ridley 1700 

1749 Erie 

1801 Fourteenth 1800 

1901 Fifteenth 1900 

2001 Sixteenth 2000 

2013 Goldman place 

2101 Seventeenth 2100 

Willows avenue ...2130 

2201 Eighteenth 2200 

2301 Nineteenth 2300 

2401 Twentieth 2400 

2501 Twenty-first 2500 

2601 Twenty-second 2600 

2701 Twenty-third 2700 

2801 Twenty-fourth 2800 

2901 Tweutv-fifth 2900 

3001 Twenty-sixth 3000 

Mission and Ocean 
Road, fm terminus of 
Mission W. 
Mission Alley, bet 
Seventh and Eighth fm 
Mission N to Jessie. 
Mission Avenue, bet 
Valencia and Guerrero fm 
Seventeenth S. 
Mission Plaza, bet Mis- 
sion and West Mission fm 
Twelfth to Thirteenth. 
Mississippi, bet Penn- 
sylvania and Texas fm 
Center S to Tulare. 
Missouri, bet Texas and 
Connectlcutfm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Monroe, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Bush N to 
Pine. 
Montcalm, bet Wolfe 
and Cortez fm California 
av E to Isabel. B H. 
Montezuma, fm Coso av 

E to Folsom, B H. 
Montgomery, bet San- 
some and Kearny N fm 
Market to Francisco. 
West. Street. £. siile. 

1 Market and Post... 2 

101 Sutter 100 

201 Bush 200 

301 Pine 300 

319 Summer 

401 Calltomla. 400 

501 Sacramento 500 

513 Commercial 518 

601 Clay 600 

613 Merchant 622 

701 Washington 700 

Montgomery av.... 

801 Jackson 800 

Gold 806 

901 Pacific 900 

915 Montgomery court 

1001 Broadway 1000 



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1201 

1301 
1311 
1315 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
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201 
301 



401 

501 
601 

701 
801 

901 
1001 

1101 

1201 
1301 

1401 



Hinckley 

A'allejo 1100 

Jackson place 1112 

Green 1200 

Monlton place 

Union 1300 

Montgomery place 

Alta 1314 

Filbert 1400 

Greenwich 1500 

Lombard 1600 

Chestnut (6) 

Francisco (e) 

Montgomery Av- 
enue, fni N W cor Mont- 
gomery and Washington 
NW to Beach. 
S.W. Street. N.E.side. 
1 Wash and Mont... 2 

GIbb 

Jackson 100 

Kearny 

Pacific 200 

Adler 

Broadway 300 

Dupont 

Vallejo 400 

Stockton 

Green 500 

Union 600 

Powell 

Filbert 700 

Greenwich 800 

Mason 

Lombard 900 

Chestnut 1000 

Taylor 

Francisco 1100 

Jones 

Bay 1200 

North Point 1.300 

Leavenworth 

Beach 1400 

Montgomery Court, 
bet Pacific and Broadway 
fm Montgomery W. 
Montgomery Place, 
bet Union and Filbert fm 
Montgomery N. 
Moore Place, bet Hyde 

and Larkin fm Union N. 
Morey Alley, or Noon- 
an's alley, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Broadway 
to Vallejo. 
Morrel Place, bet 
Hyde and Larkin fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Morse, bet Dupont and 
Kearny fm Bush to Pine. 
Morse, San Miguel, W End 

Map No 1. 
Morse Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Broadway S. 
Morton, bet Geary and 
Pf,st im Keamy to Stock- 
ton. 
Moss, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 
Monlton, bet Greenwich 
and Lombard fm Buchan- 
an to Steiner. 
Moultou Place, bet 
Green and Union fm Mont- 
gomery W. 
Moultrie, fm Cortland 

av to 'descent av, B H. 
Mount Vernon Av- 
enue, San Miguel. W End 
Map No 1. 
Myrtle Avenue, bet 
(5'Farrell and Geary fm 
Larkin to Laguna. 
South. Street. N. tide, 

1 Larkin 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue. 200 

Franklin 300 

Gough 400 

Octavia 500 

Laguna 600 



301 
401 
501 
601 



JT, bet M and fm Seventh 

avW. 
ST, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Twenty-ninth av. 
Kapa, bet Butte and Sierra 

Im the bay W to Harrison. 
Napoleon, bet Norman 

and Tulare fm Biggs SW to 

Orleans. 



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501 
601 
701 

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901 

1001 

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Natoma,bet MiBsion and 

Howard fm Fremont SW. 

S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

First 2 

Second 100 

New Montgomery 

Third (6) 

Fourth (6) 

Fltth 400 

Sixth 500 

Seventh 600 

Eighth 700 

Ninth (6) 

Tenth 900 

Eleventh 1000 

Lafavptte place ....1018 

Twelfth (6) 

Thirteenth (6) 

Fourteenth i:«)0 

Fifteenth (6) 

KebraHka, bc-t Vermont 
and Utah fm Mifislon 
Creek t; to Precita Creek, 
and fm Helena S, South S F 
Necropolis Avenue, 
bet .Sixteenth and Seven- 
teenth fm Dolores W. 
Neva<la,bet Eleventh and 
Twelfth fm FoUom SE to 
Harrison. 
Ke-v-ada, bet Sierra and 
Yolo fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 
New Anthony (see An- 
thony) 
Ne«r Montgomery, bet 
S.'cond and Third ftn Mar- 
ket SE to Howard. 
E. Htrtet. W. tide. 

1 Market 2 

15 SteTensou 

Jessie 30 

MiFsion 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

Howard (e) 

New Orleans Alley, 

l)et Leavenworth and 

Hvdi> fm (Jn-en N. 

New Paoifle, bet Eighth 

andNinthfm Mission N. 

New York, bet Virginia 

and Massachusetts fm 

Water Kront S to First av. 

Newell, bef Mason and 

Taylor fm Lombard N. 
Newliall, bet Lombard 
and Clii'Stnut fm Stockton 
to I'owell. 
Niagara Avenne, San 
.Miguel, \V End Map No 1. 
Nineteenth, bet Eight- 
eenth an 1 Twentieth fm 
Harrison W to Douglass. 
South. Street. A\ side. 

1 Harrison 2 

101 Folsom 100 

Shotwell 

iloward 200 

Capp _ 

MlsMon 300 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

Valencia 400 

Guerrero 500 

Dolores 600 

Church 700 

Sanchez 800 

Noe 900 

Castro 1000 

Diamond 1100 

Douglass (e) 

Nlneteenlh ATenue, 

fm I'residio Reservations. 

Nineteenth ATenne, 

South S y. fm Islals Creek 

to Water Front. 

Ninth, bet Eighth and 

Tenth fm Maricet SE to 

Brannan. 

Ewtl. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 

Jessie 

Mission 100 

Minnu 

Natoma 

Howard 200 

Tehama 

Clementina 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

McLea court 



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301 



401 
501 
601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 



(c) 
101 
201 
301 
401 
501 

601 
701 
801 
901 



1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2301 



101 



2U1 



301 
401 



501 Brvant 500 

601 Brannan 60« 

Ninth Avenne, firom 
Presidio Reservation S to 
P. 
Ninth Arenne, South S 
F, fm Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 
Noble, bet Fifth and Sixth 

fin Huhhell to South. 
Noble Place, bet How- 
ard aBd Folsom fm Third 
W. 
Noble's Alley, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Du- 
pont E. 
Noe, bet Sanchez and Cas- 
tro fm Eidle> S to Thir- 
tieth. 
Noonan Avenne, bet 
Howard and Clementina 
fm Eighth E. 
Noon an '8 Alley, or 
Morev allev, bet Stockton 
ami Powell fm Vallejo .S. 
Norman, bi-t Bourbon 
anJ Napoleon fm Precita 
Creek SW to Orleans. 
North Arenucfm Coso 
av SW to Holly Park. B H. 
North Park I^ane, 

(see Park Lane North) 
North Point, bet Bay 
and Boach W fm Kearny 
to Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. -V. inde. 

Kearny 2 

Dupont - (c) 

Stockton 100 

Powell 200 

Mason 300 

Taylor 400 

Jones 500 

Mont'-'omery av.... 

Leavenworth fiOO 

Hvde 700 

Larkln 800 

Polk 900 

Van Ness avcnue„ 
Gov't Reservation 

Laguna 1400 

Buchanan 1500 

Webster 1600 

Fillmore 1700 

Stelner 1800 

Pierce 1900 

Scott 2000 

Devlsadero. .2100 

Broderick 2200 

Baker 2300 

Norton Court, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm Bran- 
nan S. 
Norton P 1 a e e, bet 
Montgonierv and Sansome 
ini Filbert N. 
Norwich, bet Jlontezu- 
ma and Prospect av fm 
Folsom W, B H. 
Nye, fm Cadwallader N to 

Ihlals Creek. 
O, bet N and P fm Eighth 

av W. 
O't'ounell Place, bet 
Mason and Powell, from 
Vnllejo N. 
O'Farrell, bet Ellis and 
Geary W fm Junction Du- 
pont and Market. 
South. Street. If. side. 
1 Market and Dupt.. 2 

Bagley place 14 

Julia court 28 

Stockton 100 

Powell 200 

Carlos place 

O'Farrell alley 228 

Mason 300 

Raphael place 

Tavlor 400 

Wmiam 430 

Jones 500 

Leavenworth 600 

Ada court 

Hyde 700 

Larkln 800 

Polk 900 

Vaa Ness avenuc.lOOO 

Franklin ilOii 

Gough 1200 

Uctavia 1300 

Lugiina 1400 

Buchanan 1500 



101 
201 
219 

301 

401 

501 
601 

701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
l.'iOl 
1401 
1501 



1601 Webster 1600 

1701 Fillmore 1700 

1801 Stelner 1800 

1901 Pierce 1900 

2001 Scott 2000 

2101 Devlsadero 2100 

2201 Broderick 2200 

(e) St Joseph's av (e) 

0*Farrell Alley, bet 
Powell and Mason fm 
O'Farrell N and bet O'Far- 
rell and Gearv fm Mason E. 
Oak, bet Page and FeU W 
fm Junction Van Ness av 
and Market. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 MktiVanNessav 2 

101 Franklin 100 

201 Gough 200 

301 Octavia 300 

401 Laguna 400 

501 Buchanan 500 

601 Webster 600 

701 Fillmore 700 

801 Stelner 800 

901 Pierce 900 

1001 Scott 1000 

1101 Devlsadero 1100 

r201 Broderick 1200 

1301 Baker 1300 

1401 Lyon 1400 

1.501 Lott 1500 

1601 Masonic avenue ... 1600 

1701 Ashbury 1700 

1801 Clayton 1800 

1901 Cole 1900 

2001 Shrader 2000 

(e) Stanvan (e) 

Oak Orove .^.venne, 
bet y\nh and Sixth fm 
Harrison to Bryant. 
Oak Place, bet Geary 
and Post f m Mason to Tay- 
lor. 
Ocean II o u h e and 
Beach Road, fm ter- 
mination Point Lobos av 
S and E to (Jcean View 
House. 
Ocean IIouhc Road, 
(Central) fm McAllister 
SW to Ocean View House. 
Ocean Houhc Road, 
(Mission) fm Mission Do- 
lores SW to Ocean View 
House. 
Ocean IIouhc Road, 
(old) fin San .losf Road nr 
Industrial School W to 
ocean View House. 
Octavia, bet Gough and 
Laguna N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
We.it. Street. E. side. 

1 Market 4 Waller... 2 

Halght 100 

Kose avenue 

Page 200 

Lily avenue 

Oak 300 

Hickoo' avenue,... 

Fell 400 

Linden avenue 

Hayes 500 

Ivy avenue 

(irove 600 

Birch avenue _ 

Fulton 700 

Ash avena>> 

McAllister 800 

Locust avenue 

Tyler 900 

Jefferson Square... 

Eddy 1100 

Willow avenue 

Ellis 1200 

Olive avenue 

O'Farrell 1300 

Myrtle aveune 

Geary 1400 

Cedar avenne 

Post 1500 

Walnut avenue 

Sutter laOO 

Fern avenne 

Bush 1700 

Austin 

Pine 1800 

California 1900 

Sacramento 2000 

Lafayette I'aik 

2201 Washington 2200 

2.301 Jackson 2300 



2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 

2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3301 



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101 

201 

301 

401 

501 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1101 

1201 

l.-Wl 

1401 

1501 

1601 

1701 

1801 
1901 
2001 



301 
401 
.501 
601 



Pacific 2400 

Broadway. 2S00 

Vallejo 2600 

Green 2700 

Union 2800 

Grisar 

Filbert 2900 

Greenwich 3000 

Lombard 3i00 

Chestnut 3200 

Francisco 3300 

Bay 

Gov't Reservation 

Tonquln 3800 

Lewis («) 

Ohio, bet Sansome and 
Montgomery fm Pacific to 
Vallejo. 
Ohio, bet Wyoming and 
Virginia fm Water Front 
S to First av. 
Old Hickory, Es Lau- 
rel av nr Crescent av E to 
San Bruno Road. 
Old San Jo.se Road, 
fm Junction Valencia and 
Twenty - second SW to 
county line. 
Olive Avenue, bet El- 
lis and O'Farrell fm Lar- 
kln to Buchanan. 
South.- Street. N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 300 

Franklln.„ 300 

Goueh 400 

octavia. 500 

Lafe'una 600 

Oliv*" Court, bet Laguna 
ami Buchanan fm Union S. 
OluiMtead, W s San Bru- 
no Road S of Dwight, U 
MT. 
Olney Place, bet Town- 
send and King fm Ham- 
mond SW. 
Oneida Place, bet 
Stockton and Dupont fm 
Sacramento S. 
Onondaga Avenne, 
San Miguel, W End Map 
Nol. 
Oregon, bet Wa'^hington 
and Jackson W fm Eastto 
Battery. 
South. Street. A', side. 

1 East 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

Front (6) 

Batterv («) 

Orleans, bet Vermont 
and .Mazzlnl fm Kansas 
SW to Tulare. 
OrseniuM, fm Byrne 8 to 

Salome. 
Oxford, bet Cambridge 
and Harvard fm Silver av 
S, U M T. 
P, bet and Q fm Ninth av 

W. 
P, South S F, fm First av 

SW to Potrero av. 
Pacific, bet Jackson and 

Broadway W fm East. 
SoiUh. Street. N. side. 

1 East 2 

Drnmm (c) 

Davis 100 

Front 200 

Battery 300 

Sansome 400 

Ohio 418 

Montgomery 500 

Kearny 600 

Montgomery av.... 

Lestrade place 6:{2 

Bartlett 

Dupont 700 

Pacific place 706 

Sullivan alley _ 

Ellick alley 722 

Stocktim 800 

Virginia ulace 806 

Virgintn 

Powell 900 

Keves allev 906 

Scott place 922 

Mason 1000 

Salmon :: 1016 

Auburn 

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J. MACDONOUGH '^i'o^ter of and dealer in coal and pig iron, 

' *1 Market Street, corner Spear. 



STEEET GUIDE. 



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1101 Taylor uno 

1201 Joues 1200 

1301 Leavenworth 1300 

1307 Biirj<oyne place 

1401 Hyde 1400 

Morrel place 1420 

1421 McCormick 

1433 Fourth place 

(e) Lnrkln (e) 

Pacific Alley, bet Du- 
poDt and Stockton fm 
Broadway S. 
Pacific Avenue, that 
part of Pacitic street ex- 
tending f m Larkin to First 
av; the numbers continue, 
however, in regular order 
fm the commencement of 
Pacific street: 
South. Street. N. suit. 

1501 Larkin 1500 

1601 Polk 1600 

1701 Van Ness avenue..l700 

1801 Franklin 1800 

1901 Gough 1900 

2001 Octavia 2000 

2101 Laguna 2100 

2201 Buchanan 2200 

2301 Webster 2300 

2401 Fillmore 2400 

2501 Steiner 2500 

2601 Pierce „ 2600 

2701 Scott 2700 

2«01 Devlsadero 2800 

2901 Broderick 21100 

3001 Baker 3000 

3101 Lyon 3100 

3201 Central avenue 320Q 

3:»1 Walnut 3300 

3401 Laurel 3400 

3501 Locust 3500 

3601 Spruce 3600 

3701 Maple 3700 

3801 Cherry 3800 

(e) First avenue (e) 

Pacific Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Pa- 
cific N. 
Page, bet Halght and Oak 
W fm Junction Franklin 
and Market. 
South. Strett. N. side. 
1 Market & Franklin 2 

101 Gough 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

501 Webster 500 

601 Fillmore 600 

701 Steiner 700 

801 Pierce 800 

901 Scott 900 

1001 Devlsadero lOOO 

1101 Broderick iioo 

1201 Baker 1200 

1301 Lyon 1300 

1401 Lott 1400 

1501 Masonic avenue ...1500 

1601 Ashbury 1600 

1701 Clayton 1700 

1801 Cole 1800 

1901 Shrader 1900 

(e; Stanyan (e; 

Palmer, from Junction 
Chenery and Miguel to 
Bartlett. 
Park Avenue, bet Fifth 
and Sixth fm Harrison to 
Bryant. 
Park Avenue, bet IMar- 
ket and the City Hall SW 
fm McAllister to Larkin. 
Park Avenue, inclos- 
ing Holly Park, SWs Ber- 
nal Heights. 
Park Lane North, bet 
Bryant and Brannan fm 
Second to Third. 
Park Lane South, bet 
Bryant and Brannan fm 
Third to Central pi. 
Park Place, bet Foleom 
and Harrison fm Second E. 
Parker Avenue, bet 
Odd Fellows', Calvary and 
Masonic Cemeteries fm 
Fulton N to Point Lobos 
av. 
Patterson, E s Bernal 
Heights bet San Bruno 
Bond and Bernal. 
Paul, S s Crescent av nr 
San Bruno Boad. I 



Pearl, bet Valencia and 
Guerrero fm Market to 
Bidley. 
Pennsylvania Av- 
enue, bet Iowa and Mis- 
sissippi fm Center S to 
Tulare. 
Perine, bet California and 
Sacramento Im Steiner to 
Pierce. 
Perry, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm SE of Third to 
T'ifth. 
S. E. Street. iV. W. side. 

1 Vassar place 2 

101 Third 100 

201 Fourth 200 

(e) Fifth (e) 

Petaluma Avenue, 
fm Point Lobos av nr Toll 
Gate. 
P/eiflffer, bet Chestnut 
and Francisco f m E s Du- 
pont to Stockton. 
Pierce, bet Steiner and 
Scott N fm Waller to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Waller 2 

101 Halght 100 

Page 200 

Oak 300 

Fell 400 

Ha.ves 500 

Alamo Square 

Fulton 700 

McAllister 800 

Tyler 900 

Turk 1000 

Eddy 1100 

Ellis 1200 

O'Farrell 1.300 

Geary 1400 

Hamilton Square... 

Post 1500 

Sutter 1600 

Bush 1700 

Pine 1800 

California 19o0 

Perine 

Sacramento 2000 

Clay 2100 

Altal^laza 

Jackson 2300 

Pacific 2400 

Broadway 2500 

Vallejo 2600 

Green 2700 

Union 2800 

Filbert 2900 

Greenwich 3000 

Lombard 3100 

Chestnut 3200 

FrancLsco 3300 

Bay 3400 

North Point 3500 

Beach 3600 

Jefferson 3700 

Tonquin 3800 

Lewis (e) 

Pierce Row, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton f m 
Union S. 
Pine, bet Bush and Cali- 
fornia W fm Market to 
Central av. 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Market and Davis 2 

Front 100 

Battery 200 

Sansome 300 

Leidesdortr 

Laura plaje 

Jlontgomery 400 

RusB alley 

Belden 

Kearny 500 

Morse 

515 Central place 

St Mary's place 520 

yuincv 532 

Dupont 600 

Sophie Terrace 

Stockton 700 

Prospect place 710 

Monroe 

Powell 800 

Mason 9(i0 

Jane place 908 

Taylor 1000 

Jones 1100 

Touchard 

Leavenworth 1200 



201 
301 
401 
501 

701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
1301 
1401 

1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 

2001 
2101 

2.301 
2401 
2.501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 
3201 
3301 

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3701 

3801 

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201 
301 

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407 
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505 



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601 

701 

725 
801 
901 

1001 
1101 

1201 



1301 Hyde 1300 

1401 Larkin 1400 

1501 Polk 1500 

1601 Van Ness avenue..l600 

1701 Franklin 1700 

1801 Gough 1800 

1901 Octavia 1900 

2001 Laguna 2000 

2101 Buchanan 2100 

2201 Webster 2200 

MMdle 

2;»1 Fillmore 2300 

2401 Steiner 2400 

2.501 Pierce 2500 

2601 Scott 2600 

2701 Devlsadero 2700 

2801 Broderick 2800 

2901 Baker 2900 

3001 Lyon 3000 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Pinkhaui Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Eighth W. 
Pinkney Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Broadway to Vallejo. 
Pioneer Park, top of 

Telegraph Hill. 
Pixley, bet Filbert and 
Greenwich fm Buchanan 
to Steiner. 
Pleasant, bet Sacra- 
mento and Clay fm Taylor 
to Jones. 
Plumas, bet Mendocino 
and Fresno Im the bay W 
to First av. 
Pocahontas, N s Cali- 
I fornia av nr Lyon N to 
I North av, B H. 
I Point Lobos Avenue, 
I bet Clement and A fm 
I Central av W. 
Polk, bet Larkin and Van 
Ness av N fm Market to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Fell 2 

101 Hayes lOO 

111 Ivy avenue 

201 6r'9ve 200 

Birch avenue 

301 Fulton 300 

Ash avenue 

401 McAllister 400 

Locust avenue 

501 Tyler 500 

Elm avenue 

601 Turk 600 

Laurel avenue 

701 Eddy 700 

Willow avenue 

801 Ellis 800 

807 Olive avenue 806 

901 O'Farrell 900 

909 Myrtle avenue 908 

1001 Geary 1000 

1009 Cedar avenue 1008 

1101 Post 1100 

Walnut avenue 

1201 Sutter 1200 

1211 Fern avenue 1210 

1301 Bush 1300 

1309 Austin 1.314 

1401 Pine 1400 

1501 California 1590 

1601 Sacramemto 1600 

1701 Clay 1700 

1801 Washington 1800 

1901 .Jackson 1900 

2001 Pacific 2000 

2101 Broadway 2100 

2201 Vallejo 2200 

Bonito 

2301 Green 2300 

2401 Union 2400 

2501 Filbert 2500 

2801 Greenwich 2600 

2701 Lombard 2700 

2801 Chestnut 2800 

2901 Francisco 2900 

3001 Bav 3000 

3101 North Point 3100 

:G01 Beach 3200 

XHn Jefferson 3300 

3401 Tonquin (d) 

le) Lewis (e) 

Polk Lane, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Stockton 
E. 
Pollard Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 



Pollock, South S F, bet 
Water Front and Von 
Schmidt fm Twenty- 
tourth av SW to county 
line. 

Porter, S s Crescent av 
bet Decatur and Bache. 

Portsmouth Scfuare, 

bet (Jlay and Washington, 
Kearny and Brenham pi. 

Post, bet Geary and Sutter 
Wfm Junction Market and 
Montgomery to Central a v . 

South. Street. iV. side. 
I Market and Mont 2 

Lick place 12 

101 Kearny lOO 

Gardner 112 

201 Dupont 200 

301 Stockton .300 

401 Powell 400 

501 Mason 500 

601 Taylor 600 

617 William 

701 Jones 700 

801 Leavenworth 800 

901 Hyde 900 

Meacham place 

1001 Larkin 1000 

1101 Polk 1100 

1301 Van Ness avenue..l200 

1301 Franklin 1.300 

1401 Gough 1400 

1501 Octavia 1500 

1601 Laguna 1600 

1701 Buchanan 1700 

1801 Webster 1800 

1901 Fillmore loOO 

2001 Steiner. 2000 

2101 Pierce 2100 

2201 Scott 2200 

2301 Devlsadero 2-m 

2401 Broderick 2400 

2501 Baker 2500 

2601 L.von 2600 

(e) Central avenue (e) 

Post Office Place (see 

Custom House Plate) 
Potrero Avenue, bet 

Utah and Hampshire fm 

Brannan S to Preclta 

Creek and fm Islals Creek 

S, South S F. 
Potter, bet Eleventh and 

Brady lin Market SE to 

Mission. 

Powell, bet Stockton and 
Mason fm Market to Jef- 
ferson 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Eddy.. 2 

101 Ellis 100 

201 O'Farrell 200 

301 Geary 300 

401 Post 400 

501 Sutter 500 

Ankeny place 518 

601 Bush 600 

Fella place ...616 

701 Pine 700 

801 California 800 

901 Sacramento 900 

1001 Clay 1000 

1101 Washington 1100 

1201 Jackson 1200 

1211 John 

Caroline place 1218 

1.301 Pacific 1300 

1401 Broadway 1400 

1501 Vallejo 1500 

1601 Green 1600 

1701 Union 1700 

Montgomery av 

1801 Filbert 1800 

1901 Greenwich 1900 

2001 Lombard 2000 

2101 Chestnut 2100 

2201 Francisco 2200 

Vande water 

2301 Bav 2300 

2401 North Point 2400 

2501 Beach (d) 

(e) Jert'erson (e) 

Powell Avenue, W s 

Caliiornia av W to San 

Job6 Koad. 
Powhattan, fm North 

av E to Whitlow, B H. 
Pratt, bet Brannan and i 
■ Townsend fm Seventh 

SW. 



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I»ratt Place, N e Cali- 
fornia bet Stockton and 
PowpIU 

X»reclt» ATenne, from 
San Jos6 Road nr Twenty- 
seventh E to San Bruno 
Road. 

PrenllBii, fm California 
av S to Cortland av, B H. 

Prenidio Road, fm 
Larkin nr Pacific to I*re- 
Kldlo. 

Presidio Road, fm ter- 
mination of Central av N 
to Presidio Barracks 

Preteh, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm Cltv Hall. 

Prleiit, bet Jonee and 
Leavenworth fm Clay to 
Washington. 

Priiiceton, bet Univer- 
sity and Amherst fm Sil- 
ver av S, U M T. 

Prlngle Court., bet 
Sansomeand Moutgomery 
fm Greenwich N. 

ProMitect Aveune, fm 
Cortland av NE to Coso 
av, B H. 

Prospect Place, bet 
Stockton and Powell fm 
Pine to Clay. 

Pula.«kl, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Putnam, fm Cortland av 
S to Crescent av, B H. 

Pntznian, £ of^ San Bru- 
no Koad 4 miles fm City 
Hall. 

<|, South S F, fm First av 
SW to Potrero av. 

<i, bet P and R fm Tenth 
av W. 

Qnlnc?-, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Pine to Cali- 
fornia. 

Qulncy Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Pine 8. 

Qnlnn, bet Ridley and 
Fourteenth fm E of Valen- 
cia W to Guerrero. 

R, bet Q and S fm Eleventh 
av W. 

R, South S F, fm lelals SW 
to Silver av. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South S F, fm second av 
SW to San Bruno av nr 
Tlilrty-ninth av. 

Railroad Avenue, 
South S F, (mKallroad and 
Twentieth avs W to San 
Bruno av bet Henry and 
Siiiinian. 

Railroad Avenue, fm 
Bcriial nv S. 

Railroad Avenue, bet 
Sevpiitfonth and Eight- 
eenth fm Dolores E. 

Randall, W s San Jose 
Roail nr Thirtieth W to 
Palmer. 

Randall Place, bet 
Leavenworth and Hyde 
fm Greenwich N. 

Randolph, near San Mi- 
guel Station. 
Raphael Place, bet 

Tavlor and Mason fm 
(I'Farrell N. 

RauNCli, bet Seventh and 
Eighth fm Howard to Fol- 
som. 

Raynolda, Vtsltaclon 
Valley. 

Reed, bet Jor/esand Leav- 
enworth f m Clay to Wash- 
ington. 

Reed Place, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
Green S. 

Reservoir, bet Kate and 
Fourteenth fm Market W. 

Rhode Island, bet De 

Hnro and Kansa.s fm 

ElKhth S to Preclta Creek. 

Rlclimond (see Ballcck) 

Richards, W s San Bru- 
no Road 4 miles fm CItj' 
Hall. 



Ridley, bet Hermann and 
Fourteenth fm Mission W 
to Devlsadero. 

RiiTSri^, fm Napoleon S to 
Schneider. 

Rincon Avenue, bet 
Bronnan and Townsend 
fm Second to Japan. 

Rincon Court, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Main 
SW. 

Rincon Place, bet First 
and Second fm Harrison to 
Frederick. 

Ringrold, bet Folsom and 
Harrison fm Eighth to 
Ninth. 

Ritch, bet Third and 
Fourth fin Folsom SE. 

East. Street. W. side. 

1 Folsom 2 

(6) Harrison (6) 

201 Brvant 200 

301 Brannan 300 

(e) Townsend (e) 

Rltter, bet Seventh and 
Eighth SE fm Harrison. 

Roach, bet Taylor and 
Jones fm Filbert to Green- 
wich. 

Roanoke, bet Mateo 
and Castro fm Old San 
Jos6 Road NW to Bemls. 

Robbins Place, bet 
Kenrny and Dupont fm 
Union N. 

Rondell Place, bet 
Mission and Valencia fm 
Sixteenth to Seventeenth. 

Rose, S 6 Chenery nr 
Castro. 

Rose, S s Crescent av S to 
Case. 

Rose Avenue, bet 
Halght and I'age fm Mar- 
ket W. 

South. Street. X. side. 

1 Market 2 

101 Gouch 100 

201 Octavia 200 

301 Laguna 300 

401 Buchanan 400 

.501 Webster 500 

Rosecrans, fm Califor- 
nia av S to Powhattan, B 
H. 

Ross Alley (see Stout's 
alley) 

Rowland Alley, bet 
Montgomery and Kearny 
I'm Broadway S. 

Rugcr, K of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm City Hall. 

Russ, bet Sixth and Sev- 
enth fm Minna to Folsom. 

Rusk Alley, bet Mont- 
gomery and Kearny fm 
I'iue to Bush. 

Russell, bet Green and 
I'nlou fm Hyde W. 

Rutledge Avenue, B 

S, South S F, fm Third av 

SW to Nebriiska. 
S, bet R and T fm east of 

Twellth HV W. 
Sacramento, bet Cali- 
fornia and Clay W fm 
Market. 
Soitth. Street. N. side. 
1 Market and East... 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

:«1 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

501 Sansome 800 

525 Leidesdorflr. 522 

601 Blonlgomery 800 

fi2fl Webb 

701 Kearny 700 

801 Dupont 800 

Waverly place 810 

827 Oneida place 

8.^■^ Brooklyn place 

901 Stockton 900 

92.'? Prospect place 924 

Miles place _ 928 

1001 Powell logo 

1013 (JustavuB 

Tay 1014 

1101 Mason 1100 

Verba Buena 1114 

1115 Ctishman - — 



Taylor 


..1200 


Jones 

Lvsett place 


..1300 


Leroy place 

Golden court 


..1320 


Leavenworth 

Kimball place 

Hyde 


..1400 
..1406 
..1500 


Larkin 

Polk 


..1600 
1700 


Van Ness avenue..l800 

Franklin 1900 

Gough 2000 

Octavia 2100 

Laguna 2200 


Buchanan 

M'ebster 

Fillmore 

Steiner 

Pierce 


..2300 
..2400 
..2500 
..2600 
..2700 


Scott 


2800 


Devl.-iadero 

Broderlck 

Baker 


..2i)00 
.3000 
..3100 


Lvon 


3''00 


Central avenue... 

Walnut 

Laurel 


..3300 

..3400 

3500 


Locust 

Spruce 

Maple 


.3600 
.3700 
.3800 


Cherry 

First avenue 


..3900 
.. (e) 



1201 
1301 
1311 
1319 

1401 

1501 

1601 

1701 

1801 

1901 

2001 

2101 

2201 

2:»1 

2401 

2501 

2601 

2701 

2801 

2901 

3001 

.3101 

3201 

&%1 

3401 

.■«01 
I 3601 
' 3701 

3801 

3901 
(e) 

Sadowa.Ws Old San Jor6 
Road nr San Miguel Sta- 
tion. 

Sagamore, Railroad 
Homestead Association. 

Salinas Avenue, bet 

Thirty-third and Thirty- 
fourth avs fm Railroad av 
W to San Bruno Road. 
Salmon, bet Mason and 
Taylorfm Pacific to Broad- 
way. 
Salmon Place, bet 
Broadwav and Vallejo fm 
Larkin K. 
Salmon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Green N. 
Salome, fm Islals Creek 

NE to Baker av. 
Samoset. bet Cortez and 
Cabot Ini California av SE 
to Franconia av,BH. 
San Rruiio Avenue, 
South S F, bet Potrero av 
and GIrard fm Islals 
Creek S. 
San Bruno Road (old) 
tni Preclta Creek nr Ne- 
braska S. 
San Jose Avenue, fm 
Castro (Falrmount Tract) 
SW to county liue. 
San Jose Avenue, fm 
Twenty-second bet Valen- 
cia and Guerrcri^ SW. 
San Jose Road, or 
County Road, fni ter- 
mination Jllsslon SW to 
county line. 
San iiuls Alley, S s 
Jackson bet Dupont and 
Stockton. 
San >IiKuel Station, 
San JiisG Road 5 miles fm 
City Hail. 
Sanchez, bet Church and 
Noetm Ridley S to Thir- 
tieth. 
Sansome, bet Batter>' 
and Montgomery N fm 
Market to Chestnut. 
Went. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Sutter 2 

101 Bush 100 

201 Pine 200 

aoi California 300 

313 Halleck 312 

401 Sacramento 400 

417 Commercial 416 

SOI Clay 500 

515 Merchant 514 

601 Washington <300 

701 Jackson 700 

705 Gold 

801 Pacific 800 

901 Broadway 900 

1001 Vallejo 1000 

1101 Green 1100 



1201 



1301 
1401 
1501 

(fi) 



Union 120O 

Alta 

Filbert 1300 

Greenwich 1400 

Lombard (d) 

Chestnut (e) 

Siftnta Clara, bet Center 
and Mariposa fm the bay 
W to Harrison. 
Santa Rosa Avenue, 
W s Masonic av nr Point 
Lobos av W to Odd Fel- 
lows' Cemetery. 
Scheerer PIa<;e, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Mason 
W. 
Schiller, San Miguel, W 

End Map No 2. 
Schneider, S of Benia- 
dottelni Islals Creek chan- 
nel NE to Seventh av. 
Schu.vler, fm Cortland 
av S to Crescent av, B H. 
Schwerln, Vlsltuclon 

Valley. 
Scotland, bet Powell and 
Mason fm Filbert to Green- 
wlch. 
Scott, bet Pierce and De- 
vlsadero N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Ridley 2 

101 Waller 100 

201 Halght 200 

I'age 300 

Oak 400 

FeU 500 

Hayes 600 

Grove 700 

Fulton 800 

McAllister 900 

Tyler 1000 

Turk 1100 

Eddy 1200 

Ellis 1300 

O'Farrell 1400 

Elliot Park 

Gearv 1500 

Post 1600 

Sutter 1700 

Bush 1800 

Pine 1900 

California 2000 

Sacramento 2100 

Clav 2200 

Washington 2300 

Jackson 2400 

Pacific ..2500 

Broadwav 2600 

Vallelo „2700 

Green 2800 

Union 2900 

Filbert 3000 

Greenwich 3100 

Lombard 3200 

Chestnut 3300 

Francisco .'ifOO 

Bay .-^OO 

North Point ;i(HK) 

Beach .•J700 

Jefterson ;i800 

Tonquln 3900 

Lewis (e) 

Scott, Im North av S to 

Cortland av, B H. 
Scott Avenue, fm Rail- 
road av NW to Silver 
av, Potrero. 
Scott Place, bet PoweU 
and Mil son fm Pacific to 
Broadway. 
Second, bet First and 
Third fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
EoJtt. Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Stevenson 20 

Jessie 26 

Mission 100 

Minna 118 

Natoma 138 

Howard 200 

Tehama 218 

Clementina. (6) 

Folsom 300 

Park place 

Dow place 

Vernon place ;!26 

Harrison 400 

Sliver 428 

Bryant 500 

North Park lane... 



301 

401 

501 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 

1201 

1301 

1401 

1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2;«)1 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 
2801 
2901 
3001 
3101 

;eoi 

3301 
.3401 
3501 
3601 
.3701 
3801 

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21 

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117 
137 
201 
219 

2:« 

301 
313 



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South Park 516 

533 I)e Boom 

601 Brannaii 600 

Klncon avenue 

701 TowDsend 700 

(e) Berry (e) 

Second Avenue, bet 

Valencia aud Guerrero fm 

Fifteenth to Seventeenth. 

Second Avenue, South 

S F, fm Islais to China. 
Second A venue.fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 
Selina Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm Cal- 
ifornia N. 
Senator, bet Broadway 
and Vallejo fm Davis to 
Front. 
Seneca Avenue, San 
Miguel, W End Map No 1. 
Serpentine Avenue, 
fm Utah nr Yolo W to Old 
San Jon' Koad. 
Sevcnteenili, bet Six- 
teenth and Eighteenth fm 
HarrlBou \V to Clara av. 
Soutn. Street. X. side. 

1 Harrison 2 

Treat avenue 

101 Folsom 100 

Sbotwell 

201 Howard 200 

219 Capp 220 

301 Mission 300 

Hoir avenue 318 

401 Valencia 400 

Second avenue 

431 Mission avenue 

501 Guerrero 500 

601 Dolores 600 

Alemanv avenue... 

701 Church 700 

801 Sanchez 800 

901 Noe 900 

1001 Castro 1000 

Sherman 

1101 Diamond 1100 

Eureka 

Douglass 

Clara avenue 

Se venteentb A v«n ne. 

South S F, fm Islols Creek 

to Water Front. 

Seventecuth Avenue, 

fm Presidio KeservationS. 

Seventh, bet Sixth and 
Eighth fm Market to 
Pennsylvania av. 

i:ast. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

11 Stevenson 12 

Jessie 38 

101 Mission 100 

Minna 

Natoma 

201 Howard 200 

301 Folsom 300 

Drurylaue 306 

Cleaveland 

401 Harrison 400 

501 Bryant 500 

601 Brannan 600 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

901 Hooper 

Irwin 

1001 Hubbell 

South 

Seventb Avenue.South 

S F, fm Islals Creek to 

Water Front. 
Seventh Avenue, fm 

Presidio Reservation S to 

N. 
Seymour Avenue, bet 

Scott and Devlsadero fm 

Tyler to Turk. 
Shakespeare, fm Isabel 

S to Hope, B H. 

Sharon, bet Church and 
Market fm Fifteenth SE. 

Sharp Place, bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde fm 
Union S. 

Shasta, bet Kapa and 
Sierra fm the bay W to 
Delaware and fm Vermont 
to Utah, 



Sheppard Place, bet 

Clay aud Washington fm 
Mason E. 
Sheridan, bet Folsom 
and Harrison fm Tenth 
NE. 
Sherman, bet Sixth and 
Seventh fm Folsom to 
Harrison. 
Sherman, bet Castro and 
Diamond fm Seventeenth 
S to Twenty-second. 
Sherman, bet Webster 
and Fillmore fm Ellis S. 
Sherwood Place, bet 
Mission and Howard fm 
Third NE. 
Ship, South S F, bet Dock 
and A fm Fifth av SW to 
county line. 
Shipley, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Fourth SW. 
Shotwell, bet Howard 
and Folsom fm Fourteenth 
S to Serpentine av. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Fourteenth 2 

101 Fifteenth 100 

201 Sixteenth 200 

301 Seventeenth 300 

401 Eighteenth 400 

501 Nineteenth 500 

601 Twentieth 600 

701 Twenty-first 700 

801 Twenty-second 800 

901 Twentv-third 900 

1001 Twentv-founh 1000 

1101 Twentv-tlfth HOO 

1201 Twenty-sixth 1200 

(e) Serpentine avenue (e) 

Shrader, bet Cole and 

Stanyan S fm Fulton to 

Waller. 

Siegel, fm California av S 

to Cortland av, B H. 
Sierra, bet Napa and Ne- 
vada fm the bay W to Po- 
trero av. 
Sillimau, bet Silver av 
aud Henrv fm San Bruno 
Road W, U M T. 
Silver, bet Harrison and 
Bryant fm Second to 
Fourth. 
S.E. Street. N.W.side. 

1 Second 2 

101 Third 100 

(e) Fourth (e) 

Silver Avenue, South 
S F, fm Fifteenth av nr Q 
W to county road. 
Simpson Place, bet 
Harrison and Bryant fm 
First W. 

Sixt«enth, bet Fifteenth 
and Seventeenth fm Har- 
rison W to Castro. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Illinois 2 

101 Kentucky 100 

201 Tennessee 200 

Sixth 

301 Minnesota 300 

401 Indiana 400 

501 Iowa 500 

Burke 

601 Pennsylvania av... 600 

West EI Dorado ... 

Seventh 

701 Mississippi 700 

801 Texas 800 

South 

901 Missouri 900 

1001 Connecticut 1000 

Hubbell 

1101 Arkansas 1100 

Eighth 

1201 Wisconsin 1200 

i;»l Carolina 1300 

1401 De Haro 1400 

1501 Rhode Island 1500 

1601 Kansas 1600 

1701 Vermont 1700 

1801 Nebraska 1800 

1901 Utah 1900 

2001 Potrero avenue ....2000 

2101 Jersev 2100 

Hampshire 2200 

2301 York 2.300 

2401 Florida 2400 

2.501 Columbia 2500 

2601 Harrison 2600 



2701 



2801 
2901 



3001 

3101 

.3201 
3301 
3401 
3501 



17 
29 
101 
113 
123 
201 
211 
227 
301 
313 
329 
401 
501 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 



Folsom 2700 

Shotwell 

Howard 2800 

Capp 

Mission 2900 

First avenue 

Hotr avenue 

LIda place 

Rondell place 

Valencia 3000 

Second avenue 

Guerrero 3100 

GalinJo alley 

Dolores 3200 

Church ■ 3:fflO 

Sanchez 3400 

Noe and Market... 00 

Castro 

Sixteenth Avenue, 
South S F. fm Islals Creek 
to Water Front. 
Sixteenth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation S. 
Sixth, bet Fifth and Sev- 
enth fm Market SK to Ten- 
nessee. 
Ea.it. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

Stevenson 16 

Jessie 28 

Mission 100 

Minna 112 

Natoma (fe) 

Howard 200 

T.;hania (6) 

Clemeutiua (6) 

Folsom 300 

Shipley (6) 

Clara 

Harrison 400 

Brvant 500 

Tilli.rd 

Brannan 600 

Bluxome 

Townsend 700 

King 

Berry 800 

Channel 

Hooper 900 

Irwin 

Hubbell 1000 

South 

Sixth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to K. 
Sixth Avenue, South S 
F, fm Islals Creek to 
Water Front. 
Solano, bet Mariposa and 
Butte fm the bay W to 
Harrison. 
Sonoma, bet Nevada and 
Yolo fm the bay W to 
Minnesota. 
Sonoma Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Vallejo N. 
Sonora, bet Kearny and 
Dupont fm Green to 
Union. 
Sophie Terrace, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Piue N. 
South, S of Hubbell SW 

fm Kentucky to Center. 
South A ven ue, fm 
Crescent av NE to Holly 
Park, B H. 
South Parlc.bet Bryant, 
Brannan, Second and 
Third. 
South Parh .411ey, 
bet South Park and Bran- 
nan fm Third E. 
Soutli Park Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 
South Park liane, 
bet Bryant and Brannan 
fm Central pi to Third. 
Spear, bet Steuart and 
Main fm Market SE to the 
bay. 
East. Street. W. side. 

Market 2 

Hodges Court 

Mission 100 

Howard 20O 

Folsom 300 

Harrison 400 

Bryant (e) 

SpofTord, bet Dupont and 
Stockton fm Clay to Wash- 
ington. 



1 

101 
201 
301 
401 

(e) 



Spring, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fin Calllbmia 
to Summer. 
Spruce, bet Locust and 

Maple fm California N. 
St. Charles, bet Pacific 
and Broadway fm Kearny 
E. 
St. < harles Place, bet 
Vallejo and Green fm 
Kearny W. 
St. James Alley, bet 
Post and Sutter fm Mason 
E. 
St. Joseph's Avenue, 
bet Broderick and Baker 
fm Turk N to Geary. 
St. liOnls Alley, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Jackson S. 
St. Mark's Place (see 

Morton) 
St. Mary's, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Pine to 
California. 
St. Vincent (see Vincent) 
Standish, fm California 
av S to Powhattan, B H. 
Stanford, bet Second and 
Third fm Brannan to 
Townsend. 
Stanly Court, E s 
Stanley pi bet Harrison 
and Bryant. 
Stanly Place, bet 
First aud Second fm Har- 
rison to S of Bryant. 
Stanyan, betShrader and 
Golden Gate Park fm Ful- 
tim S. 
Star, fm California av SE 

to Franconia av, B H. 
State, City Land Associa- 
tion. 
Steiner, bet Fillmore and 
Pierce N fm Ridley to 
Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 
1 Ridley 2 

Kate 100 

201 Waller 200 

301 Haight 300 

401 Page 400 

501 Oak 500 

601 Fell 600 

701 Haves „ 700 

801 Grove 800 

901 Fulton 900 

1001 McAllister 1000 

1101 Tyler 1100 

1201 Turk 1200 

1301 Eddy 1300 

1401 Ellis 1400 

Byington 

1501 O'FarreU 1500 

1503 Elliot park 

1601 Geary 1600 

1701 Post 1700 

1801 Sutter 1800 

1901 Bush 1900 

Wlldey 

2001 Pine 2000 

2101 California 2100 

Perlne 

2201 Sacramento 2200 

2301 Clay 2.300 

2401 Washington 2400 

2501 Jackson 2500 

2601 Pacific 2600 

2701 Broadway 2700 

2801 Vallejo 2800 

2901 Green 2900 

3001 Union 3000 

3101 Filbert 3100 

PIxley 

3201 Greenwich 3200 

Moulton 

3.301 Lombard 3300 

3401 Chestnut 84WO 

:t501 Francisco 3500 

3601 Bav 3600 

3701 North Point 3700 

3801 Beach 3800 

3901 Jetferson 3900 

4001 Tonquln 4000 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Steuart^ bet East and 
Spear fm Market SE to the 
bav. 
Ewst. Street. W. side 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 



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(e) HarriBon (e) 

Steveloe Place, bei 

Ellis and O'Farrell fm 

Jones B. 

SteTeiiHon, bet Market 

nnd Mission fm First SW. 

S. E. Street. X. TI'. side. 

1 Flrot 2 

101 Second^V'.V.V.V".'.".'.'..' 100 
(6) New Montgomery (b) 

Annie 

201 Tblrd 200 

(6) Fourth (6) 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Sixth 500 

601 Seventh 600 

701 Eighth 700 

801 Ninth 800 

(6) Tenth (6) 

(6) Kleventh (6) 

Potter 

Braily ■> 

Crmker 

Hermann 

Twelfth (6) 

Thirteenth (6) 

Fourteenth (6) 

Fifteenth (h) 

•Sixteenth (b) 

Seventeenth (ft) 

Willow avenue 

Kiphteenth 1700 

Nineteenth 1800 

Twentieth HOO 

Twenty-tlrft (e) 

Slevemton ATeniie, 

8 s Valencia bet Hermann 

and linidv. 

Slocklon, bet Dupont 

anil Powell N fm Market 

to Keach. 

West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Ellis... 2 

101 O'Farrell 100 

201 Geary 200 

Morton 212 

I'ost 300 

Stockton place 308 

Sutter 400 

BuBh 500 

Kmma 508 

Pine 6fi0 

California _ 700 

Emmet place 

Sacramento 800 

cinv yoo 

Washington 1000 

Jackson 1100 

Paciflc 1200 

Polk lane 1232 

Broadwav 1300 

Vnllelo 1400 

Card alley 

Montgomery av.... 

Green 15)iO 

Union 1600 

Filbert 1700 

Greenwich 1800 

Lombard IIXK) 

Newhnll 

Chestnut 2000 

Pleinvr 

Francisco 2100 

Hi»y 2200 

2:«il Northl'olnl 2300 

(e) Beach (e) 

Stockton Place, het 

Post and Sutter fm Du- 
pont to Stockton. 

Stone, bet Stockton and 
Powell fm Washington to 
.lackson. 

Mtoiit'N Alley, bet I)u- 
iiont and Stockton fhi 
vVashluHton to Jackson. 

MtrliiKliani, from Islais 
Creek \V of Adele S to 
Ileckir. 

Sullivan, bet Carl ond 
Graltan fm (Jolc M'. 

Sullivan, fmt'ortlandav 
S to ("rescent av, B U. 

Sullivan, Ylsltiiclon Val- 
ley. 

Sullivan Alley, bet 
Dupniit and Stockton fm 
Paclllc to Jackson. 

Sullivan AIIe,r, het 
First and Second Im Mis- 
sloii to Minna. 



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111 

201 

301 
401 
501 

601 
701 
801 
901 
1001 
1101 
1201 
l.'SOl 
1401 
1501 
1601 
1701 
1801 
1901 
2001 
2101 
2201 
2;»1 
2401 
2501 
2601 
2701 



Sullivan Alley, bet 

Jacks(jn and Paciflc fm 
Dupont W. 
Samnier, bet Pine and 
California fm Montgomery 
to Kearny. 
Sumner, bet Rosecrans 
and Prentiss fm California 
av S to Powhattan. 
Sumner, bet Seventh and 

Eighth fm Howard SE. 

Sutter, bet Post and Bush 

W fm Market to Central 

av. 

Sonth. Street. y. side. 

1 Sansome & Market 2 

Montgomery 100 

Trinity 106 

Lick place 

Kearnv 200 

Clara lane 204 

Dupont 300 

Stockton 400 

Powell 500 

Delaware court.... 

Mason 600 

Taylor 700 

Jones 800 

Leavenworth 900 

Hvde lOOO 

Larkln 1100 

Polk 1200 

Van Ness avenue..l300 

Franklin 1400 

Gough 1.500 

Oclavia IfiOO 

Latuna 1700 

Buchanan 1800 

Webster 1900 

Fillmore 2000 

Steiner 2100 

Pierce 2200 

Scott 2.300 

Devlsadero 2400 

Broderick 2.500 

Baker 2600 

Lyon 2700 

Central avenue (c) 

Swan, fm Bernal SW to 

Junction Marengo and 

Bernal. 

Sweeny, W s San Bruno 

Road 1 miles tm City Hail. 

Sweet, bet Taylor and 

Jones fm Broadway to 

Vallejo. 

T, South S F, fm Seventh 

av SW to Tenth av. 
T, bet S and U fm Twelfth 

av W. 
Tara, San Miguel, W End 

Map No 1. 
Tay, bet Powell and 
Mas6n fm Sacramento to 
Clay. 
Taylor, bet 3Iason and 
Jones N fm Market to 
JelTerson. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Tylor. 2 

Turk 100 

E<ldy 200 

Ellis 300 

O'Farrell 400 

Geary 500 

Oak place 504 

Toylor place 516 

Adelaide place 

Post 800 

Lewis 

Sutter 700 

Bush 800 

Pine 900 

Villa place i»08 

California lOOO 

Sacramento 1100 

I'leasant - — 

Clav 1200 

Washington 1300 

Jncksou _1400 

Paclllc ....1500 

Bernard 

Brondwav 1000 

Falcon place 

Vallelo 1700 

Green 1800 

Lincoln 

I'nlon 1900 

Filbert 2000 

Valparoiso 2012 

Greenwich 210O 

Lombard 2200 

Montgomery av 



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201 
301 
401 
501 



517 
601 
605 
701 
801 
901 

1001 

mil 

1115 
1201 

i:«ii 

1401 
1.501 

l.5:«'> 
1601 

1701 
1801 

1901 
2001 

2101 
2201 



1 

101 

201 
301 
401 
(6) 
(b) 
701 
(ft) 



Chestnut 2300 

Water 

Houston ' 

2401 Francisco 2400 

Vandewater 

2501 Bay 2500 

2601 North Point 2600 

2701 Beach 2700 

(e) Jefferson (e) 

Taylor Place, bet Post 

and Geary fm Taylor E. 
Taylor Place, bet 
Union and Filbert fm Tay- 
lor E aud W. 
Teliania.bet Howard and 

Folsom fm First SW. 
S. E. Street. N. W. side. 

First 2 

Second 100 

Hubbard 

Third 200 

Fourth 300 

Fifth 400 

Sixth (6) 

Seventh (b) 

Eighth 700 

Ninth (6) 

Teliainn. S s Montezuma 
S to Praspect place, B H. 
Tehama Place, bet 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Firft NE. 
Telegraph Place, bet 
Greenwich and Lombard 
fm Good-Children E. 
TenneMKecbet Kentucky 
and Mitnesota fm South 8 
to Tulare. 
Tenth, bet Ninth and 
Eleventh fin Market SE 
to Mission Creek. 
East. Street. W. tide. 

1 Market 2 

101 Mission 100 

201 Howard 200 

225 Warren avenue 

301 F<dsom 300 

Sheridan 

401 Harrison , 40i) 

501 Bryant 500 

Tenth Avenue, South S 
F,fm Islais Creek to Water 
Front. 
Tenth Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Kes'-rvation S to Q. 
Terrace Vie«', bet 
Kearny and Dupont fm 
Francisco S. 
TeviH, South S F, bet Von 
Schmidt and Dock fm 
AVater Front SW to county 
line. 
TevlH, bet Third and 
Fourth fm King to Berry. 
Texas, bet MiBsissippi 
and Missouri fm Center S 
to Tulare. 
ThercNa, Academy Tract. 
Third, bet Second and 
Fourth tm Market SE to 
Channel 
East. .Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

19 Stevenson 20 

37 Jessie (6) 

101 Mission 100 

117 Minna 118 

131 Sherwood place 

Everett 138 

145 Hunt 

201 Howard 200 

223 Tehnma 224 

Noble place 2:16 

247 Clementina (t>) 

301 Folsom 300 

:«7 Verona 

401 Harrison 400 

417 Perry 418 

4:t5 Silver 4;«> 

501 Bryant 500 

Park lane north.... 

519 South Park 

mn Park lane south... 

eol Brnnnaii fiOO 

701 Townsend 700 

King 

801 Berry 800 

Channel 

Third Avenue, fm Pre- 
sidio Reservation S to J. 

Third Avenue. South 
S F.fm Islais to Dry Dock. 



Thirteenth, bet Twelfth 
and Fourteenth fm Mis- 
sion to Harrison. 
Norih. Street. 8. side. 
1 Mission 2 

101 Howard 100 

IslB 

Bernlce 

201 Folsom 200 

Treat avenue 

301 Harrison 300 

Thirteenth Avenue, 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S toU. 
Thirteenth Avenue, 
South S F,fm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 
Thirtieth, S of lay fm 

Mission W to Bellevue. 
Thirtieth Avenue, fm 

Presidio Keservatiou S. 
Thiriieth Avenue, 
Soutli S F, fm Potrero av 
S to countv line. 

Thirty-eigrhth At. 
euue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty-eigrhth Av- 
enue, South S F, Im Rail- 
road av S to county line. 

Thirty-tifth Avenue, 
fm City CVmeterv S. 

Thirty-finii Avenue, 
South S K, fm Railroad av 
S to county line. 

Thirt.y-firttt Avenue, 
tm I'resldio Keservatlon S. 

Thirty-firht Avenue, 
Soutli S F, Im Railroad av 
8 to countv line. 

Thirty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm CItv Cemetery 
8. 

Thlrt:> - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, I'm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - ninth Av- 
enue, South g F, Im 
Railroad av S tu county 
iine. 

Thirty - •econd Av- 
enue, fm I'residio Res- 
ervation S. 

Thirty - Hecoud Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
Hue. 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - seventh Av- 
enue, South S F, tm 
Ballroad av S to county 
line. 

Thirty-nix th Avenue, 
fm City Cemetery S. 

Thirty-HlxthAvenue, 
South S F, fm Railroad aT 
S to countv line. 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, fm City Cemetery 
S. 

Thirty - third Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

ThonipHon Avenue, 
bet Second and Third fm 
Brannan S. 

Tilden, W' s Noe bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth. 

Tllford, bet Bryant and 
Brannan ftn Sixth NE. 

Toltin, VIsllaclon Volley. 

TomaNit, till ('alllornia 
avSKto Caillornlo av, B 
H. 

Tonqiiln, bet Jefferson 
and lA'wIs W fm Larkln 
to Presidio Reservation. 

Torrcns Court, bet 

Hyde and Larkln tm Clay 
N. 
Touchard, bet Jones aud 
Leavenworth fm Pine S. 

Townwend. bet Brannan 
and King SW from First 
to Eighth. 



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S.H, street. X.W.aUle. 
1 First 2 

Japau 

101 Second 100 

Stanford 

Clarence place 

Hammond place... 

201 Third 200 

KItch 

Liberty 

Madden 

Haggin 

CrooK ^ 

301 Fourth 30O 

401 Fifth 400 

501 Si.xth 500 

Gilbert 

601 Seventh 600 

Eighth 

Treat Avenue, bet Fol- 

som and Harrison fm 

Thirteenth S to Serpentine 

av. 

JEast. Street. W. side. 

1 Thirteenth 2 

101 Fourteenth 100 

201 Fifteenth 200 

:J01 Sixteenth 300 

401 Seventeenth 400 

501 Eighteenth 500 

601 Nineteenth 600 

701 Twentieth 700 

801 Twenty-flrst 800 

!)01 Twent* -second.... 900 
1001 Twenty -third ..J....1000 

1101 Twenty-fourth 1100 

1201 Twenty-titth i;03 

1301 Twenty -si.\th 1300 

(e; Serpentine av (e) 

Trinitj-, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm Sutter to 
Bush. 
Trinity Court, W s 
Trinity bet Sutter and 
Bush. 
Truett, bet Clay and 
Washington fm Mason W.' 
Tulare, bet Murin and 
Islais Creek channel fm 
the bay W to Orleans. 
Turk, bet Tyler and Eddy 
W Im Junction Mason and 
Market. 
South. Street. A', side. 
1 Market & Mason... 2 

Margaret place 14 

101 Taylor 100 

201 Jones 200 

301 Leavenworth 300 

401 Hyde 400 

Dodge 

501 Larkin 500 

601 Polk 600 

701 Van Ness avenue. 700 

801 Franklin... 800 

'.Kll Gough 900 

1001 Octavin ;000 

1101 Latuua 1100 

1201 Buchanan 1200 

1301 Webster 1300 

1401 Fillmore 1400 

1501 Steiner 1500 

1601 Pierce 1600 

1701 Scott 1700 

Seymour avenue... 

1801 DeviKadero 1800 

1901 Broderick lUOO 

— — St. Joseph's av.... 

2001 Baker 2iK)0 

2101 Lvon 

2201 Lett 

Masonic avenue... 

Tweinii, bet Eleventh 

andThirteenth fm Mission 

SE to Harrison. 

X.E. Street. S.W.side. 

1 Mission 2 

Glen Park avenue. 26 

101 Howard 100 

201 Folsom 200 

Isls 

• — - Bernlce 

(e) Harrison (e) 

Tweirtli .\venue, fm 
Presidio Reservation S to 
T. 
Twelftli Avenue, 
South S F, fm Islais Creek 
to Water Front. 
TM-entieth, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twenty-flrst 
fm Hani Bon W to Doug- 
lass. 



South. Street. jV. side. 

1 Massachusetts 2 

101 Delaware lOO 

201 Maryland 200 

301 Loulsianla :i00 

401 Georgia 400 

501 Michigan 500 

601 Illinois 600 

701 Kentucky 700 

801 Tennessee 800 

901 Minnesota. 900 

1001 Indiana 1000 

1101 Iowa 1100 

1201 Pennsylvania av...l200 

1301 Mississippi 1300 

1401 Texas 1400 

1501 Missouri 1500 

1601 Connecticut. 1600 

1701 Arkonsas 1700 

1801 Wlscontln..... 1800 

1901 Carolina 1900 

2001 De Haro 2000 

2101 Rhode Island 2100 

2201 Kansas 2200 

2301 Vermont 2300 

Nebraska 2400 

2.501 Utah.. 2600 

2601 Potrero avenue 2600 

2701 Jersey 2700 

2801 Hampshire 2800 

2901 York 2900 

3001 Florida 3000 

3101 Columbia 3100 

3201 Harrison 3200 

Treat avenue 

3301 Foisom 3300 

Shotwell....... 

3401 Howard 3400 

Capp 

3501 Mission 3500 

Jessie 

Stevenson 

3601 Valencia .3600 

3701 Guerrero 3700 

;«01 Dolores 3800 

3901 Church .39C0 

4001 Sanchez 4000 

4101 Noe 4100 

4201 Castro 4200 

4:»1 Diamond 4;J0O 

Douglass 

Ti«'entietta Avenue, 
fm Presidio Beservation 
S. 
Tvventietli Avenue, 
South S F, fm A N to 
L'tah. 
Twentj-eigUtli, bet 
Duncan ana Valley fm Old 
San Jot6 Road W to Bel- 
levue. 
South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

201 Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401 Noe 400 

,501 Castro 500 

ail Diamond 600 

701 Douglass 700 

801 Ellen 800 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

Twent.v-eiglitli Av- 
enue, tm Presidio Eeser- 
vatidu S. 
Twentj-elghtli Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Po- 
trero av S to county line. 
Twentj--lilltli,bet Tweu- 
ty-lburth and Twenty- 
Bi.\th fm Pot;rero av W to 
High. 
Soiitli. Street. N. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Bryant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue... 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

1201 Dolores 1200 

i;«)l Church 1300 

Vlcksburg 



1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1001 Co^tro 1600 

1701 Diamond 1700 

1801 Douglass 1800 

1901 Ellen 1900 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

TwentyfifKh Avenue 
fm Presidio Reservation 
S. 
Twenty-fifth -Avenue 
South S F,fm WaterFront 
N to Railroad av. 
Twenty -first, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-second 
fm Potrero av W to Doug- 
lass 
South. Street. JV. side. 
1 Potrero av 2 

Jersey 100 

201 Hampshire 200 

Bryant avenue 

301 York 300 

Florida 400 

Alabama 

501 Columbia 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

Fair Oaks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

1301 Church 1300 

Vlcksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

Sherman 

1701 Diamond 1700 

Eureka 

1801 Douglass 1800 

Twenty-flrstA venue, 
fm Presidio Reservations. 
Twenty-firtttAvenue, 
South S F, fm A N to 
Silver av. 
T»venty - fourth, bet 
Twenty-third and Twen- 
ty-fifth fm Potrero av W 
to Bellevue. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Br. ant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Foisom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue... 
1101 Guerrero 1100 

Fair (Mks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

i;j01 Church i 1300 

Vlcksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

1701 Diamond 1700 

1801 Douglass ....1800 

1901 Ellen 1900 

Bellevue 

Twenty - fourth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twentj- - fourth Av- 
enue, South S F, (m 
Water Front N to Railroad 
av. 
Twenty -ninth, bet Val- 
ley and Day fm Mission 
W to Bellevue. 
Twenty - ninth Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twent.y • ninth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm Po- 
trero av S to county line. 



Twrenty - second, bet 

Twenty-flrst and Twenty- 
third fm Potrero av W to 
Ocean Road. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Bryant avemae 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison 600 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Mission 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue .. 

1101 Guerrero 1100 

Fair Oaks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

Chattanooga 

1301 Church 1300 

Vlcksburg 

1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

Sherman 

1701 Diamond 1700 

Eureka 

1801 Douglass 1800 

Twenty - aecond Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - second Av- 
enue, South S F, fm A 
N to Silver av. 
Twenty - seventh, bet 
Army and Duncan fm Old 
San Jos6 Road W to Belle- 
vue. 
South. Street. iV. side. 

1 Guerrero 2 

101 Dolores 100 

201 Church 200 

301 Sanchez 300 

401 Noe 400 

501 Castro 500 

601 Diomond 600 

701 Douglass 700 

801 Ellen 800 

(e) Bellevue (e) 

Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 

Twenty-seventh Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Railroad av S to county 
line. 

Twenty - sixth, bet 

Twenty-tifth and Army 
fm York to Bellevue. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 York 2 

101 Bryant avenue 100 

201 Columbia 200 

301 Alabama 300 

401 Harrison 400 

Treat avenue 

501 Folsom 500 

Shotwell 

601 Howard 600 

Capp 

701 Mission 700 

Bartlett 

801 Valencia 800 

San Jos6 avenue... 

901 Guerrt^ro 900 

1001 Dolores 1000 

1101 Church 1100 

1201 Sanchez 1200 

1301 Noe 1300 

1101 Castro 1400 

1501 Diamond 1500 

1601 Douglass 1600 

1701 Ellen 1700 

(e) Bellevue (c) 

Twenty - sixth Av- 
enue, fm i'resldlo Res- 
ervation S. 

Twenty - sixth Av- 
enue, South S F, fm 
Water Front N to Rail- 
road av. 

Twenty-third, bet 

Twenty-second and Twen- 
ty -fourth fm Potrero av W 
to Douglass. 



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Swith. Street. N. side. 

1 Potrero avenue 2 

101 Hampshire 100 

201 York 200 

301 Bryant avenue 300 

401 Columbia 400 

501 Alabama 500 

601 Harrison GOO 

Treat avenue 

701 Folsom 700 

Shotwell 

801 Howard 800 

Capp 

901 Jllsslon 900 

Bartlett 

1001 Valencia 1000 

San Jos6 avenue... 

1101 Guerrero ....1100 

Fair Oaks 

1201 Dolores 1200 

] Chattanooga 

1301 Church 1300 

I Vlcksburg 

I 1401 Sanchez 1400 

1501 Noe_ 1500 

1601 Castro 1600 

I 1701 Diamond 1700 

[ Eureka 

I 1801 Douglass 1800 

I Twenty - thirtl At- 
1 on lie, fm Presidio Res- 
ervation S. 
Twenty - tblrd Av- 
enue, South S F, fm A 
I north to O. 
Tyler, bet McAllister and 
Turk W fm Junction Tay- 
lor and Market. 
South. Street. iV. side. 
1 Market and Taylor 2 

Jones 100 

Leavenworth 200 

Dale place 

Charles _ 

Hvdo 300 

Larkln 400 

Polk 500 

Van Ness avenue. 600 

Franklin 700 

Goush 800 

(tctavia 900 

Launna 1000 

Buchanan 1100 

Webster 1200 

Flllniorc 1.300 

Stelner 1400 

Pierce 1500 

Scott 1600 

Seymour avenue... 

1701 Devlsadero 1700 

1801 Broderlck 1800 

1901 Baker 1900 

2001 Lyon 2000 

2101 Lott 2100 

(e) Masonic avenue... (e) 
C bet T and V fm Thir- 
teenth av W. 
Union, bet Green and 
Filbert W fm Front to 
Presidio Reservation. 
South. Street. J^. side. 

1 Front 2 

101 Battery ;... 100 

Gaines 

aoi Sansi.me 200 

Calhoun 

301 Montgomery 300 

323 Vincent 

401 Kearny 400 

- Filbert place 406 

407 Soiiora 

4 lit Lafayette place 

Varennes 420 

501 Dupont .WO 

Cadell alley 508 

509 Bannam place 

.latsper place 518 

523 Union place 

535 Graham place 

001 Stockton 000 

Montfonierv av.... 

701 Powell TOO 

717 AupURloUey 

801 Mason 800 

901 Taylor _.- 900 

Eliza place 

1001 Jones 1000 

Bay View place 

1101 Leavenworth 1100 

8harp place 

1201 Hyde 1200 

West End alley.... 
Moore place 



101 
201 



301 

401 

501 

601 

701 

801 

901 

1001 

1101 

1201 

i:«i 

1401 
1501 
1601 



1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk ...1400 

1501 Van Ness avenue. 1.500 

IfiOl Franklln„ IfiOO 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 Octavia 1800 

1901 Laguna IflOO 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 FlUmore 2200 

2.301 Stelner 2.300 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2511 Scott 2500 

.2601 Devlsadero 2600 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

Union Alley, fm Union 

pi. 
Union Avenue, fm 
Laurel av E to San Bruno 
Road, B H. 
Union Place, bet Du- 
pont and Stockton fm 
Green to Union. 
Union Square, bet 
Powell, Stockton, Post and 
Geary. 
Univemit.v, bet College 
and I'rinceton fm Silver 
av S, U M T. 
Utah, bet Nebraska and 
Potrero av fm Mission 
Creek S to Precita Creek 
and fm Islals Creek S, 
South S.F. 
V, bet U and W' fin Four- 
teenth av W. 
Valencia, bet Guerrero 
and Mission fm Market S 
to Twenty-ninth. 
East. Street. W. side. 

1 Market 2 

15 Stevenson avenue 

101 Hermann lOO 

201 Ridley 200 

209 Quinn 208 

Brosnan 

301 Fourteenth .300 

401 Fifteenth 400 

.501 Sixteenth 500 

eOI Seventeenth 600 

611 Cedar lane 

617 Willows avenue.... 

701 Eighteenth 700 

801 Nineteenth 800 

Columbia 820 

901 Twentieth 900 

— - Liberty 

1001 Twenty-flrst 1000 

1101 Twenty-second ....1100 

1201 Twenty-third 1200 

i:»l Twenty-fourth ....1300 

1401 Twentv-flfth 14O11 

1501 Twenty-sixth 1500 

Serpentine avenue 
Vallejo, bet Broadway 

ami tireen W fm Davis. 
South Street. N. side 



1 
101 
201 



301 
401 



SOI 



601 



701 



^801 
001 



1001 
1101 
1201 



Davis (d) 

Front 

Battery 100 

Goat alley 

Sansome 200 

Hall alley 

Ohio 

Hodnes alley 

Bartol 

Montgomery aOO 

Kearny 400 

Plnckney 

Sonoma place 

Pollaril place 

Margaret place 

Dupont 500 

Montgomery av ... 

Vallejo place 

Agnes lane 

Stockton «.. 800 

Maiden lane 

Morey alley 

Wheelock place 

Powell 70O 

Washoe place 

O'Connell place .... 

Mason 800 

Vallejo court 

Taylor 900 

Sweet 

Florence 

Jones 1000 

Leavenworth 1100 

H.vde 1200 

White 



1301 Larkln 1300 

1401 Polk 14(/0 

1501 Van Ness avenue..l500 

1601 Franklin 1600 

1701 Gough 1700 

1801 < ictavia 1800 

1901 Laguna 190O 

2001 Buchanan 2000 

2101 Webster 2100 

2201 Fillmore 2200 

zm Stelner 2:100 

2401 Pierce 2400 

2.501 Scott 2500 

2601 Devlsadero 2G00 

2701 Broderlck 2700 

2801 Baker 2800 

2901 L.von 2900 

:mi Central avenue 3000 

3101 Walnut 3100 

3201 Laurel 3200 

:«»1 Locust 3300 

3401 Spruce »100 

(e) Maple (e) 

Vallejo Court, (or Ter- 
racr) bet Mason and Tay- 
lor im A alleto S. 

Vallejo Place, bet 

Montgomery av and Stock- 
ton fm Vallejo S. 
Valley, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 
fm Old San Jos6 Koad W 
to Bellevue. 
Valparaiso, bet Filbert 
and Greenwich Im Mason 
to Jones. 
Van Ketth Avenue, bet 
Polk and Franklin N fm 
Market to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 Market and Oak... 2 

Hickory avenue... 

101 Fell 100 

109 Linden avenue 

201 Hayes 200 

Ivy avenue.... 

.301 Grove 300 

Birch avenue 

401 Fulton 400 

Ash avenue. 

501 McAllister SCO 

Locust avenue 

601 T.vler 600 

Elm avenue 

701 Turk 700 

Laurel avenue 

801 Eddy .-800 

M'lllow avenue 

901 Ellis 900 

!)f)<) (llive avenue 908 

]0()1 U'Farrell 1000 

1009 Myrtle avenue 1008 

1101 Geary UOO 

C'edar avenue 

1201 Post 1200 

W alnut avenue 

liiOi Sutter 1300 

13U Fern avenue 1310 

1401 Bush 1400 

1409 .\ustln 1408 

1.501 Piue 1.5qD 

1601 California 1600 

1701 Sacramento 1700 

1801 Clay 1800 

1901 Washington 1900 

2001 Jackson 2000 

2101 Paclllc 2100 

2201 Broadway 2200 

2301 Vallejo 2;i00 

Bonlta 

2401 Green 2400 

2501 Union 2500 

2601 Filbert 2600 

2701 Greenwich 2700 

2801 Lombard 2800 

2901 Cllcstnut 2900 

;«01 Francisco ;i000 

3101 Bay 3100 

3201 North Point 3200 

3:«1 Beach Vim 

3401 Jcflerson 3400 

;«01 Tonquin 3500 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Vandewater, bet Fran- 
cisco and Bay ftn Powell 
to Taylor. 

Varennes, bet Kearny 
and Dupont fm Union to 
Filbert. 

VaBNar Place, bet Sec- 
ond and Third fm Harri- 
son SE. 



Vermehr Place, bet 

Post and Sutter fm Keamy 
E. 
Vermont, bet Kansas 
and Nebraska fm Mission 
Creek to Precita Creek and 
fm Silver nv N, Souths. F. 
Vernon Place, bet Fol- 
som and Harrison fm Sec- 
ond W. 
Vernon Place, bet 
Green and Union fin Hyde 
E. 
Vernon Place, bet 
Mason and Taylor fm 
Jackson S. 
Verona, bet Folsom and 

Harrison fm Third NE. 

VickHburp, bet Church 

and Sanchez fm Twent\- 

firet S to Twentv-flfth. 

Ecust. Street. W.side. 

1 Twenty-first 2 

101 Twentv-second 100 

201 Twentv-thlrd 200 

301 Twentv-fourth 300 

fe) Twentv-flfth (e) 

Villa Place, bet Pine 
and Calilbruia fm Taylor 
E. 
Vincent, bet Blontgom- 
ery and Kearny ftn Green 
to Union. 
Virginia, bet Ohio and 
New York fm Water Front 
S to First av. 
Virginia, bet Stockton 
and Powell I'm Washing- 
tun to Pacific. 
Virsinia Avenue, fm 
California av SE to Cher- 
ubnsco, B H. 
Virginia Place, bet 
Pine and CalUoruia fm 
Itnjiunt W. 
Virginia Place, bet 
Powell and Stockton flm 
Broadway to Pacific. 
Vlscher Place, bet 
Market and Mission fm 
Beale E. 
Vltiiiacion, Vlsitacion 

Val'ev. 
Voiiclit, E of San Bruno 
Road 4 nilies fni CltyHall. 
Von Kelt III I dt, .South 8 
F, bet I'ollock and Tevls 
fm Wat(!r Front 8W to 
county line. 
Vorrath Place, bet 
Bush and Pine fm Larkln 
E 
Hr,' south of V fm Fifteenth 

av W. 
Uralbridg-e, Vlsitacion 

Valley. 
Wall Place, bet Leav- 
enwoith and Hyde fm 
Jackson N. 
llVallace Place, bet 
Kearny and Dupont ttu 
California N. 
Waller, bet Ridley and 
Haight W fm Octavia and 
Market. 
South. Street. N. side. 
1 Market A Octavia.. 2 

101 Laguna loO 

201 Buchanan 200 

301 Webster .100 

401 Fillmore 400 

501 Stelner .500 

601 Pierce fiOO 

701 Scott 7fX) 

801 Devi.sadero 800 

901 Broderlck 900 

Public Park 

1201 Lott 1200 

1301 Masonic avenue... i:«)0 

1401 Ashhury 1400 

1501 Clayton 1.500 

1601 Cole HiOO 

1701 Shrader 1700 

Walnut, bet Central av 
and Laurel fm Callturnla 
N. 
Walnut Avenue, bc!t 
Post and Suiter fm Larkln 
to Lagima. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 I'olk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 



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anklin 300 

401 Gough 400 

501 Octavia 500 

(e) Laguna (e) 

IVard, fm Cortland av S 

to Crescent av. B H. 
Wnrden, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Francisco 
to Bay. 
IVarren, S s Thirtieth 
betWhItne.v and Bartlett 
S to Palmer. 
IVarren Avenue, het 
Howard and Folsom fm 
Tenth NE. 
fVashingrton, bet Clay 

and Jackson W fm Ea.«t. 
South. Street. N. side. 

1 Kast 2 

101 Drumm 100 

201 Davis 200 

217 Cedar 

301 Front 300 

401 Battery 400 

■ Custom House pi... 412 

501 Sansome „.. 500 

— — .Tones alley -532 

601 Montgomery 600 

Montgomery av 

641 Dunbar alley 

701 Kearny 700 

727 Brenbam place ... 

• Washington alley.. 744 

801 Dupont 800 

811 Waverlv place 

823 Spofford 

Stout's or Ross aL 828 

901 Stockton 900 

907 Havens place 

913 Hopeton Terrace . 

Virginia 914 

Stone 918 

1001 Powell 1000 

1007 Codman place 

1017 Wetmore place. ... 

1101 Mason 1100 

Adona place 1106 

1201 Taylor 120.'< 

Camllle place 

1301 Jones 1300 

1319 Priest 

1325 Reed 

1401 Leavenworth 1400 

1501 Hyde 1500 

IBOl Larkln 1600 

1701 Polk 1700 

1801 Van Ness avenue..l800 

1901 Franklin 1900 

2001 Gough 2000 

2101 Octavia 210O 

2201 Laguna 2200 

2301 Buchanan 2100 

2401 Webster 2400 

2501 Fillmore 2.500 

2601 Stelner 2600 

Alta Plaza 

2801 Scott 2800 

2901 Devlsadero 2900 

3001 Broderick 3000 

3101 Baker 3100 

3201 Lyon 3200 

3301 Centralavenne 3:j00 

3401 Walnut 3400 

3501 Laurel 3500 

3601 Locust 3600 

3701 Spruce 3700 

3801 Maple .„ 3800 

3901 Cherry 3900 

(e) First avenue (e) 



liVaNlilngton Alley, 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
fm Washington to Jack- 
son. 
IVaNlilnigton Avenue 
bet Ninth and Tenth fm 
Mihsion to Howard. 
IrVafiiliinKton Avenue 
bet Folsom and Columbia 
pi fm Precita av S, B H. 
IVaslilngton Square, 
bet Wiiutgomery av and 
Powell, Stockton, Fibert 
and Union. 
IVaHlioe Place, bet 
Powell and Mason fmVal- 
lejo N. 
IVater, bet Chestnut and 
Francisco fm Mason to 
Taylor. 
fVater Front, fm coun- 
ty line northerly along 
the bav to Shasta. 
Waverly Place, bet 
Dupont and Stockton fm 
Sacramento to Washing- 
ton. 
IVayland, bet Bacon 
andWoolsev fm San Bruno 
Road W. IT M T. 
Wayne, bet Gates and 
Kosciusko fm Cortland av 
S. 
Webb, bet Montgomery 
and Kearny fm California 
to Sacramento. 
W^ebb Place, bet Green 

and Union fm Mason W. 
Webster, bet Montgom- 
ery and Kearny Im Lom- 
bard to Chestnut. 
Webster, bet Buchanan 
and Fillmore N fm Kate 
to Lewis. 
West. Street. E. side- 

1 Kate 2 

Germania 

101 Waller 100 

201 Haight 200 

Rose avenue 

301 Page 300 

Lilv avenue 

401 Oak 400 

Hickory avenue ... 

501 Fell 500 

Linden avenue 

601 Hayes 600 

Ivy avenue 

701 Grove _„ 700 

Birch avenue 

801 Fulton 800 

Ash avenue 

901 McAllister 900 

Locust avenue 

1001 Tyler 1000 

Elm avenue 

1101 Turk 1100 

Laurel avenue 

1201 Eddy 1200 

1301 Ellis 1300 

1309 Byington 

1401 O'Farrell 1400 

1501 Geary 1500 

1601 Post 1600 

1701 Sutter 1700 

1801 Bush 1800 

Wlldey 

1901 Pine 1900 

2001 California 2000 



2101 Sacramento ._ 2100 

2201 Clav 2200 

2301 Washington 2300 

2401 Jackson 2400 

2501 Pacific 2500 

2601 Broadway 2600 

2701 Vallejo 2700 

2801 Green 2800 

2901 Union 2H00 

.3001 Filbert 3O0O 

Plxley 

3101 Greenwich 3100 

Moulton 

3201 Lombard 3200 

3301 Chestnut 3300 

3401 Francisco 3400 

;»01 Bav 3500 

.3601 North Point 3600 

3701 Beach 3700 

:J801 Jetlerson 3800 

.3901 Tonauin 3900 

(e) Lewis (e) 

Weldon, S s Crescent av 

nr San Bruno Road. 
Wells Avenue, bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 

fm Dolores to Church. 
W^ells Court, bet Du- 

uont and Stockton fm 

Lombard S. 
Welsh, bet Bryant and 

Brannan fm Zoe to 8W of 

Fourth. 
W^est Avenue, fm San 

Josg Riiart nr Cortland av 

SE to Holly Park. 
West El Dorado, bet 

South and Eureka SW fm 

Sixth to Center. 
West-£nd Alley, bet 

Hyde and Larlcln fm 

Greeu to Union. 
West Mission, W s Mis- 
sion bet Twelfth and 

Thirteenth. 
W^etniore Place, bet 

Powell and Mason fm Clay 

to Washington. 
Wtaeeloch Place, bet 

Stockton and Powell Im 

Vallejo N. 
Wtaite, bet Hyde and 

Larkin fm Vallejo N. 
W^taite Place, bet Sev- 
enth and Eighth fm 

Bryant SE. 
WTiite's Place, bet Sut 

ter and Bush fm Jones E. 

W^biting:, bet Lombard 

and Chestnut fm Dupont E. 

■Whitney, bet Missinn 

and Howard fm Fifteenth 

to Sixteenth. 
Whitney, bet Dame and 

Warren fm Thirtieth S to 

Palmer. 
Wildey, bet Pine and 

Bush fm Webster to 

Stelner. 
Willard, fm N s Grat- 

tan N to Golden Gate 

Park. 
William, bet Taylor and 

Jones fm O'Farrell to 

Post. 
West. Street. E. side. 

1 O'FarreU 2 

101 Geary 100 

(e) Post (e) 



W^illiam Place, bet 

CalllDrniaand Sacramento 
fm Davis W. 

W^illianis, bet Goettin- 
gen and Holvoke fm Silver 
av S. U M T. 

Williamson, bet Boyce 
and Chase fm Point Lobos 
av N. 

Willow, bet Fifth and 
Sixth fm Folsom to Ship- 
ley. 

Willow Avenue, bet 
Eddy and Ellis fm Larkln 

^ to Buchanan. 

South. Street. JV. side. 

1 Larkln 2 

101 Polk 100 

201 Van Ness avenue.. 200 

,301 Franklin m) 

401 Gough 400 

.501 Octavia .500 

601 Laguna 600 

Buchanan 

Willows Avenuts bet 
Seventeenth and Eigh- 
teenth fm Valencia to 
Mission. 

Winaus Alley, bet 
Howard and Tehama fm 
Eighth E. 

Winkle, S of San Bruno 
Road 4 miles fm CltyHall. 

W^inslOM% fm California 
av 8 to I'ovvhattan, B H. 

W^inter liane, bet Green 
and Union fm Mason E. 

^Visconsln, bet Arkan- 
sas and Carolina fm Eighth 
S to Napoleon. 

Wolfe, tm California av E 

I to Isabel, BH. 

Wood, bet Eugenia and 
Collins fm Point Lobos av 
N. 

■Wool, fm North av S to 
Cortland av, B H. 

Woolsey, bet Wayland 
and Dwlghtfm San Bruno 
RoadW, UMT. 

Worden, bet Stockton 
and Powell fm Francisco 
N. 

Wyoming, bet Dacotah 
and Ohio fm Islais B to 
First av. 

Yale, bet Amherst and 
Cambridge fm Silver av S. 
UMT. 

Yerba Bnena, bet Ma- 
son and Taylor fm Sacra- 
mento to Clay. 

Yolo, bet Nevada and Co- 
lusa fm the bay W to Po 
trero av. 

Yorfe, bet Hampshire and 
Florida fm Mission Creek 
S to Twenty-first, thence 
E to Hampshire, thence S 
to Serpentine av. 

Yuba, bet Colusa and Yolo 
fm the bay W to Iowa. 

Zini, fm Napoleon 8 to 
Schneider. 

Zoe, bet Third and Fourth 
fm Brvant to Brannan. 

Zoe Place, bet Beale 
and Fremont fm Folsom 
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PUBLIC BUILDLNGS. 

Auis House, San Miguel or MiBsion Ocean House 

Road, m miles from City Hall 
City Hall (new), bet McAllister, Larkin, and Park Av 
City Hall (old) , E s Kearny, bet Merchant and Wash. 
County Hospital, E s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second 

and Twenty-tbird 
County Jail, N s Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 
Custom House, NW cor Washingtcn and Battery 
Hall of Records, S s McAllister, nr Leavenworth 
House of Correction, Old San Jose Koad, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Industrial School, Old San Jos6 Road, 5 miles from 

City Hall 
Post Office, NW cor Washington and Battery 
Twenty-sixth St. Hospital (small-pox), S s Colusa, nr 

De Haro 
United States Appraiser's Store, E s Sansome, bet 

Washington and Jackson 
United States Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, 

nr Mounlain Lake 
United States Mint, NW cor Mission and Fifth 
United States Sub Treasury. (ilO Commercial 

BUILDINGS. 

Academy, N s Pine, bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Alhambra, 325 Bush 

Alta California, 529 California 

Armory Hall, NE cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
' Bancroft's, 721-725 Market 

' Bank California, NW cor California and Sansome 
I Bernis', 026 California 

Bradbury. 52 Second 

Brittau's, 8W cor California and Davis 
; Capital, NW cor Kearny and Pine 

Central Pacific RR.Co.'s, NE cor Fourth and Townsend 
I Change House ( Stevenson's), 8W cor Montgomery and 

California 
I Chronicle, NE cor Kearny and Bush 

Cochituate. 213 and 215 Sansome 

Cogswell's, SE cor Front and Clark 

College. 21 Post 

Colton's, 220 Third 

Commercial, NW cor Pine and Battery 
: Crook's, SE cor Mission and Third 
! Cunningham's, SE cor Market and Second 

Davidson's, NW cor Montgomery and Commercial 
J Dividend (or Morrison's) , NW cor Pine and Leld. 

Dolan's, NE cor Third and Hunt 

Donoboe, Kelly & Co.'s, SE cor Montgomery and Sac. 
I Dooly's, NW cor Sansome and Sutter 

Duncan's, 411 J« California 
I Exempt Fire Company, W s Brenham PI, opp Plaza 

Express, NE cor California and Montgomery 
I Firemen's Fund Insurance Co.'s, 8W cor California 
! and Sansome 

Frank's, W s Brenham PI, opp Plaza 

Franklin. 40<;-410 California 

Friedlander's, NE cor California and Sansome 

German Savings and Loon Society's, 526 California 

Halleck, NE cor Sansome and Halleck 

Hayward's, 415-423 California 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, NE cor Mont- 
I gomery and Market 

] Howard's, .")21 and 523 Montgomery 
'■ Johnson's, N s Sutter, bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Le Count's, 417 aiontgouiery 
I Levison Brothers', 134 Sutter 

Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co., NE 
cor California and Leldesdorlf 

London and San Francisco Bank, NW cor California 
; and Loidesdortr 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 

Maynard's, NW cor California and Battery 

McCreiry's, NE and SE corners Montgomery and Pine 

Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 

Mechanics' Pavilion, E g Eighth, bet Market and 
I Mission 

Mercantile Library, 216 Bush 

Merchants' Exchange, SsCal., bet Mont, and San. 

Merritt's. NW cor California and Driimm 

Metropolitnn Teiuplf, NE cor Fifth and Jessie 

Morrlaoji's, NW cor Pine and Leidcsdorff 

Murphv, Grant k Co.'s, NE cor Sansome and Bush 

Naglee's, SW cor Montgomery and Merchant 

Niantic, NW cor Clay and Siinsome 

Nucleus, SE cor Market and Third 



Odd Fellows', 323-327 Montgomery 

Olympic, 119 Post 

Pacific Bank. NW cor Sansome and Pine 

Pacific Exchange, 316 Montgomery 

Parrott's. NW cor Sacramento and Montgomery 

Phoenix, SW cor Sansome and Jackson 

Pioneers', 808 Montgomery 

Reese's, 716-722 Washington 

Safe Deposit Co.'s, SE cor Montgomery and California 

San Francisco Gas Co.'s, First, Howard, and Natoma 

San Francisco Savings Union, NE cor Cal. and Webb 

San Francisco Stock Exchange, S s Pine, bet Sansome 

and Montgomery 
Sather's, NE cor Montgomery and Commercial 
Savings and Loan Society's, 017-621 Clay 
Sherman's, NE cor Montgomery and Clay 
St. Ann's, NW cor Powell and Eddy 
St. Mark's, SW cor Kearny and Morton 
Stevenson's (now Change House) , SW cor Montgomery 

and California 
Sullivan's, SW cor Dupont and Pacific 
Tallant k Co.'s, NE cor California and Battery 
The Howard, NW cor Stockton and O'Farrell 
The Real Estate Associates, 230 Montgomery 
Tucker's, NW cor Montgomery and Sutter 
Union Insurance Co.'s. 416 and 418 California 
United States Appraiser's, E s Sansome, bet Wash- 
ington and Jackson 
United States Court, NE cor Battery and Washington 
Webb's' 37 Second 

Wells', SW cor Montgomery and Clay 
West End Studio, NW cor Broadway and Larkin 
White House, NW cor Kearny and Post 
Whiting's, SE cor Sansome and Pine 
Yoting Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 

HALLS. 

Alldaces, SW cor Bush and Devisadero 

American Protestant Association, 713 Mission 

Anthony's (now Tittel's), 417 Bush 

Apollo, 808 Pacific 

Archery, 1155 and 1157 Mission 

Armory, 134 Fourth 

Barra's, 118 First 

B'nai li'rith, 110 and 121 Eddy 

Cambrian, 1133 Mission 

Carll's, 1328 bush 

Centennial, 421 Hayes 

Champion, N s Butte, bet Tennessee and Kentucky 

Charter Oak, 771 Market 

Columbus, S s Stevenson, bet Third and Annie 

Crusader, ll.')9 Mission 

Dashaway, 139 Post 

Docking's. 409 Mouigomery Av 

Druids', 413 Sutter 

Golden Gate, 1(;22 Pacific Av 

Grand Army of the Republic, 71 New Montgomery 

Grand Central, 997 Market 

Grand Western. 1.328 Bush 

Hare's, Tenth Av, South 8. F. 

Hibernia, 246 Third 

Hoag's, SW cor Sutter and Powell 

Horticultural. W s Stockton, bet Post and Sutter 

Huddy's. 909 )« Market 

Humboldt. SE cor Mission and Erie 

Improved Order Red Men's, 320 Post 

Independence. 39 Fourth 

Independent Order Red Men's, 510 Bush 

Irish American. 816 and 818 Howard 

Irish Confederation, 751 Market 

Kesslng's. cor Twenty-first and Howard 

King's. 2131 Mission 

Knight's of Pythias, 915 Market 

Lafayette, 730 Montgomery 

IJbertv, 801 Market 

Lincoln, 413 Third 

Manuerbund, W s Potrero Av, bet Twenty-fourth and 

Twenty-fifth 
Masonic Temple, NW cor Montgomery and Post 
Mayberry's, E s Mission, bet Twentieth and Twentj-- 

flrat 
MechanicB', SW cor First and Stevenson 
Mechanics' Institute, 27 Post 
Mercantile Library's, 216 BuHh 
Mowry's Opera, SW cor Grove and Lafruna 
Myrtle, W s Railroad Av. bet Seventh and Eighth Ave 
National Armory, 324 Post 



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KatioDBl Republican, 1113 Miseion 

Odd Fellows', 325 Montgomery 

Ono, 1883 Mission 

Philharinouic, NE cor Stockton and Jackson 

Pixley, NE cor Pacific and Volk 

Piatt's, 21G Montgomery 

Kiggers' and Stevedores', 429 Pacific 

Sanders', 71 New Montgomery 

Scollay's, 1521 Stockton 

St. Cyprian's, NW cor Jackson and Virginia 

St. Joseph's, W 8 Tenth, bet Howard and Folsom 

St. Peter's Temperance, E s Alabama, bet Twenty- 
third and Twenty-fourth 

Tammany, cor Folsom and Eighth 

Terpslchorean,N s Pacific, nr Stockton 

Teutonia, 1322 Howard 

Tlttel's, 417 Bush 

Turn Verein (Eureka), E s Powell, bet Cal. and Pine 

Turn Verein (old) , N s Bush, bet Stockton and Powell 

Turn Verein (San Francisco) , S s Turk, bet Leaven- 
worth and Hyde 

Union, S s Howard, bet Third and Fourth 

Veterans', 516 Bryant 

Washington, 35 Eddy 

Young Men's Christian Association, 232 Sutter 
BLOCKS. 

Abmoey, NW cor New Montgomery and Howard 

Astor, (i25-(i33 Sacramento 

Belden's, SW cor Bush and Montgomery 

Broadway, NW cor Broadway and Kearny 

California, SE cor California and Battery 

Center, S s Sixteenth, bet Folsom and Shotwell 

Commercial, SE cor California and Front 

Court, 630 Clay and G41 Merchant 

Cunningham's, SE cor Market and Second 

Custom House, SE cor Sansome and Sacramento 

Frank's, NW cor Sansome and Washington 

Front Street, E s Front, from Clay to Washington 

Harpending, S s Market, bet First and Second 

Howard's, 627 Third 

Lick House, W s Montgomery, from Post to Sutter 

Martin's, Ss Market, bet Seventh and Eighth 

Metropolitan, 8-14 Montgomery Av 

Montgomery, E s Mont.,fromMerchantto Washington 

Nevada, NW cor Montgomery and Pine 

O'Donnell's, NE cor Vallejo and Dupont 

Oriental, SW cor Bush and Battery 

Park's . SE cor Valencia and Sixteenth 

Pioneer Power, 8-12 Stevenson 

Reese's, W 3 Battery, bet Pine and California 

Russ House, W s Montgomery, from Bush to Pine 

Safe Deposit, SE cor California and Montgomery 

Shiels', junction Market and Post 

Thurlow, E s Kearny, bet Sutter and Ver Mehr PI 

Union, junction Market and Pine 

Virginia, NW cor Stockton and Pacific 

Washington, 1-17 Montgomery Av 

Yankee, SW cor Front and Pine 

RO"WS. 

Matnabd's, SE cor Pine and Battery 
South Park, Third, bet Bryant and Brannan 
Tittel's, W s Clara Lane nr Sutter 

WHARVES. 

Battery Stbeet, foot Battery 

Beale Street, foot Beale 

Broadway, foot Broadway 

Central Pacific RR., foot Second 

Clay Street, foot Clay 

Cowell's, extends from Battery, bet Union and Filbert 

Dewey's, foot Third 

Dry Dock Co.'s, Hunter's Point 

East Street, from Market to Folsom 

EinrekaDock, Montgomery, bet Lombard and Chestnut 

Fillmore Street, foot Fillmore 

Folsom Street, foot Folsom 

Front Street, foot Front 

Green Street, foot Green 

Greenwich Dock, continuation Battery 

Hath away 's, cor Spear and Bryant 

Harrison Street, foot Harrison 

Hobbs', E s Long Bridge, foot Fourth 

Hodgkin's, foot L, South S. F. 

Howard Street, foot Howard 

Humboldt, foot Spear 

India Dock, foot Battery 

Jackson Street, foot Jackson 

Larue's, East, bet Market and Mission 

Lombard Dock, foot Lombard 



Main Street, foot Main 

Market Street, foot Market 

Meiggs', from Francisco, bet Powell and Mason, 

North Beach 
Mission Street, foot Mission 
Montgomery and Francisco Street, foot FranclBco 
North Point Dock, continuation of Sansome, from 

Lombard to Chestnut 
Oakland Ferry, East, bet Market and Clay 
Oriental, foot First 

Pacific Mail SS. Co.'s, Brannan and First 
Pacific Boiling Mills Co.'s, Potrero Point 
Pacific Street, foot Pacific 
Rincon, foot Steuart 

Rincon Point, Spear, bet Folsom and Harrison 
San Francisco Gas Co.'s Wharf, foot Second 
Second and Berry Street, foot Second 
Steamboat, Long Bridge 
Third Street, foot Third 
Union Street, foot Union 
Vallejo Streel, foot Villejo 
Washington Street, foot Washington 

PLACES OF AMUSEMENT. 

Adelphi Theateb, 607 California 

Baldwin Theater, 932-936 Market 

Bella Union Theater, 803 and 805 Kearny 

Bush Street Theater, 325 Bush 

California Theater, N s Bush, bet Kearny and Dupont 

Central Gardens, junction PointLobos and CentralAvs 

Chinese Theaters, 623 and 626 Jackson, and 814 and 

836 Washington 
German Theater (California), N s Bush, bet Eearuy 

and Dupont 
Grand Opera House, N s Mission, bet Third and 

Fourth 
Standard Theater, 320 Bush 
Tivoli Garden, 28-32 Eddy 
Wiener Garten, NW cor Sutter and Stockton 
Woodward's Gardens, N s Mission, bet Thirteenth 

and Fourteenth 

PROMINENT PLACES. 

Alcateaz Islakd, 2 miles NW Telegraph Hill 

Angel Island, 5 miles from City Hall 

Bay District Fair Race Grounds, entrance cor Seventh 

Av and Fulton 
Bay View, nr Hunter's Point, 5 miles 8 City Hall 
Bernal Heights, S of Serpentine Av, bet San Jose and 

San Briino Roads 
Black Point, junction Van Ness Av and Bay Shore 
Buena Vista Park, S of Haight, bet Broderick and Lott 
Clark's Point, foot Broadway 
Clifif House, 6 3^ miles W City Hall 
Dry Dock (California) , Hunter's Point 
Fairmount, W s Sau Jose Road, nr Thirtieth 
Farallones Islands, 29 miles from City Hall 
Fort Point, nr the Golden Gate, 4 milesW City Hall 
Garratt's Point, H mile SW Hunter's Point 
Golden Gate, 6 miles W City Hall 
Golden Gate Driving Park, Point Lobos Av, 5 miles 

from City Hall 
Golden Gate Park, W of Stanyan, bet D and H to 

Ocean, entrance Baker, bet Oak and Fell 
Hayes Valley, N of Market and W of Larkin 
Holladay Heights, bet Clay,Wash., Gough and Octavia 
Holly Park, SWs Bernal Heights, nr San Jose Road 
Hunter's Point, 5 miles SE City Hall 
Islais Creek Bridge, from the termination of Ken- 
tucky to Railroad Av 
Kensington, Howard, nr Twenty-first 
Lagoon, Gough, bet Lombard and Francisco 
Laguna de la Merced, 7 Ji miles SAV City Hall, nr 

Ocean View House 
Lake Honda, 4 miles SW City Hall 
Lakeville, nr Lagiina de la Merced 
Lime Point, opp Fort Point 

Lone Mountain, S of Point Lobos Av, nr Toll Gate 
Long Bridge, from foot Fourth to Potrero Nuevo 
Mission Creek, from Harrison and Nineteenth SE to 

the Bay 
Mission Dolores, 1M miles SW City Hall 
Mountain Lake, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point Lobos 

Av and Presidio Road 
Mountain Lake Park, 4 miles W City Hall, bet Point 

Lobos Av and Presidio Road 
North Beach, foot Powell, W to BRick Point 
North Point, foot Francisco 
Ocean View House, Ocean House Road, 7 miles SW 

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Ocean Side House, Beach Road, 8 miles SW City Hall 
Ocean View Biding and Driving Park, Ocean House 

Road, 7 roiles SW City Hall 
Pacific Heights, California to Broadway, bet Van 

Ness Av and Fillmore 
Point Lobos. 6J4 miles W City Hall 
Point San Quentin, Potrero Nuevo 
Potrero Heights, Potrero Nuevo, nr Bay Shore 
Potrero Nuevo, 2^ miles S City Hall 
Presidio, 3 miles W City Hall 
Rincon Point, foot Harrison 



Russian Hill, Taylor, bet Broadway and Green 

San Jose or Black Point, junction Van Nesa Av and 
Bay Shore 

Seal Rock, 6 3^ miles W City Hall 

Spring Valley, nr and S Lagoon 

Telegraph Hill, Montgomery, from Broadway N to the 
Bay 

Tuckerville, from Buchanan to Webster and Wash- 
ington to Pacific 

Visitacion Valley, nr the Bay and San Mateo Co. Line 

Yerba Buena, or Goat Island, 2 miles NE City Hall 



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AiaiY, Military Division of the Pacific, and Dept of 

California, headquarters Presidio Reservation 

Army, Engineers, Engineer Officer Military Division 

of the Pacific, Presidio Reservation; Fortifications 

Harbor 8. F., 533 Kearny ; Light-house, 120 Sutter 

Army, Depots and Warehouses, 36 New Montgomery, 

aud Yerba Buena Island 
Bankruptcy, Registers District California, 636 Clay 

and 24 U. 8. Court Building 
Board of Examining Surgeons for Pensioners, 715 Clay 
Census Supervisor (First District of Cal.) 14 Mont.Av 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, U. S. Appraiser's Building 
Courts, Circuit Judge, Clerk; District Judge, Clerk ; 
District Attorney. Marshal, Commissioners, U. S. 
Appraiser's Building 
Customs Port San Francisco, Collector, Naval Officer, 
and Surveyor, NW cor Washington and Battery; 
Appraiser's Store, E s San. bet Wash, and Jackson 
Geological Survey, 155 New Montgomery 
Inspector Boilers, U. 8. Appraiser's Building 
Inspector Hulls, U. S. Appraiser's Building 
Internal Revenue, Agents, Collector, Gaugers, U. S. 

Appraiser's Building 
Land Office, Register and Receiver, 610 Commercial 
Life Boat Station, Ocean Beach, nr Golden Gate Park 
Light House Department (Twelfth District) Inspector 

aud Engineer, 120 Sutter 
Marine Hospital, Presidio Reservation, nr Mountain 

Lake 
Marine Hospital, Pacific Coast, Superintending Sur- 
geon, U. 8. Appraiser's Building 
Mint, Superintendent, Assayer, Coiner, Melter and 

Refiner, NW cor Fifth and Mission 
Navy Pay Office, U. 8. Appraiser's Building 
Pension Agent, Army and Navy, 620 Washington 
Post Office, Postmaster, Assistant Superintendent 
Railway Mail Service, NW cor Washington and 
Battery ; Special Agents, 320 Sansome 
Secret Service Division, U. 8. Appraiser's Building 
Shipping Commissioner, 118 Jackson 
Signal Service, 42 Merchants' Exchange 
Special Agent Treasury Dept, U. 8. Appraiser's Bldg 
Supervising Inspector Steam Vessels, U. S. Apprais- 
er's Building 
Surveyor-General California, 610 Commercial 
Treasurer Assistant, 608 Commercial 

STATE. 

AssAYEB State, 328 Montgomery 

Bank Commissioners, 202 Sansome 

Fish Commissioners, 401 California 

Harbor Commissioners, 10 California 

Immigration Commissioner, 50H Battery 

Inspector Gas Meters, 531 Mission 

Insurance Commissioner, 401 California 

Pilot Examiners, 62 Meri'hants' Exchange 

Pilots, U. 8. Court Building 

Port Wardens, 525 Front 

Supreme Court, 640 Clay ; Judges' chambers, 640 Clay 

CITY AND COUNTY. 

Abbebsor County, new City Hall, first floor 

Attorney and Counselor, new City Hall, third floor 

Attorney District, 8 Montgomery Av 

Attorney Police, old City Hall, first floor 

Auditor County, new City Hall, first floor 

Board City Hall Commissioners, junction Park Av 

and McAllister 
Board Education, new City Hall, third floor 
Board Election CommlsBioners, new City Hall, base- 

meut 
Board Equalization, new City Hall, second floor 
Board Fifteenth Avenue Extension Commissioners, 

69 and 60 Merchants' Exchange 



Board Health, 124 Geary 

Board Revenue Fund Commissioners, Mayor's Office, 
new City Hall 

Board Supervisors Clerk of, new City Hall ,second floor 

Clerk County, old City Hall, first floor 

Coroner County, 16 O'Farrell 

Court Superior, Departments No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 
old City Hall, second floor; No. 8, old City Hall, 
third floor; No. 9 (Probate), and No. 10 (Special), 
new City Hall, second floor; No. 11 (Criminal), 8 
Montgomery Av ; No. 12 (Criminal), 729 Mont. 

Court Police, old City Hall, first floor 

Court Justices', SE cor Kearny and Washington 

Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, Brenham PI 

Fire Department Commissioners, 235 Kearny 

Fire Department Corporation Yard, N s Sacramento, 
bet East and Druinm 

Fire Department Engineers, 235 Keamy 

Fire Marshal, old City Hall, third floor 

Gas Inspector, old City Hall, first floor 

Grand Jurv rooms, new City Hall, basement 

Health Otficer, 124 Geary 

Hospital, E 8 Potrero Av, bet Twenty-second and 
Twenty-third 

House of Correction, Old San Jose Road, 5 miles from 
City Hall 

Industrial School, Old San 3os6 Road, 6 miles trom 
City Hall 

Jail, N s Broadway, bet Kearny and Dupont 

License Collector, new City Hall, basement 

Market Inspector, 124 Geary 

Mayor City and County, new City Hall, first floor 

Park Commissioners, 74 Nevada Block 

Physician City, 514 Kearny 

Police Chief, old City Hall, first floor 

Police Commissioners, old City Hall, second floor 

Police Stations, old City Hall, basement; 227 Fifth; 
520 Davis ; 247 Steuart ; new City Hall; 207 Seven- 
teenth, and cor Octavia and Tyler 

Pound Keeper, N s California, bet Walnut and Laurel 

Public Administrator, 620 Washington 

Quarantine Officer, 502 Battery 

Recorder County, Hall of Records, new City Hall 

Registrar of Voters, new City Hall, basement 

Sheriff County, old City Hall, first floor 

Superintendent Common Schools, new City Hall, 
third floor 

Superintendent Streets, new City Hall, basement 

Surveyor County, new City Hall, first floor 

Tax Collector County, new City Hall, first floor 

Treasurer County, new City Hall, first floor 
CITY ORDINANCE. 

HACKS AND CABB — BATES OF FABE. 

A hack for 1 person, not exceeding 1 mile $1 80 

A hack for 2 or more persons, not exceeding 1 

mile 2 50 

Each additional mile for each passenger. . 60 
A cab for 1 person, not exceeding 1 mile 1 00 



A cab for 2 or more persons, not exceeding 1 mile 

Each passenger for each additional mile. . 26 

A cab for 2 persons, when engaged by the hour, 

to be computed for the time occupied in 

going aud returning, Including detention, 

for the first hour 1 60 

Each subsequent hour so used 1 00 

A hack for 4 or less persons, when engaged by 
the hour, to be computed for the time occu- 
pied in going and returning, including de- 
tention, for the first hour 3 00 

Each subsequent hour so used 3 00 

No extra charge shall be made for the ordinary 
amount of baggage. 

Penalty for violating this ordinance, not less than 
$5 nor more than $10 for each offence. 



30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. 



MULLER THE OPTICIAN, 

Established, S.F., 1863, 135 Montgomery. 



JONAS J. MORRISON, 



N. 'E. cor. Mission and Spear StM. Choice Susr"'' Pine» 
Cedar, Slielvlnsp, Stepping^, Redwood <& Oref^n Lumber* 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, CHANGES, REMOVALS, ETC. 



RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR REGULAR INSERTION. 



Ahrenbbebo Baruch, butcher, r. 1135 Harrison 

Aiken John P., wharfinger North Point and Eureka 
■Wharves, r. 1221 Washington 

Aitken John R., real-estate agent, r. 104 Seventh 

Alameda Building and Loan Assn, Henry Mohns sec- 
retary, 109 California 

Albright Isaac N., r. 32 Ellis 

Allan Edgar L., secretary Redwood Manufs Assn, 18 
Market, room 1, r. 211 Eddy 

Allen Edward O. H., physician, r. 2331 Bush 

Allen George S. (William R. Allen & Co.) r. Oakland 

Allen Henry C, traveling salesman Langley & 
Michaels, r. 1104 Market 

Allen Oliver P., collector Howard St. Wharf, r. 308 
Eighteenth 

Allen William R. & Co. (William R. and George 
S. Allen) plumbers' materials, and plumbers and 
gasfitters, 761 Market 

Allison Emma Miss, r. 424 Jessie 

Alpers Saul (Archie Levy & Co.) r. 914 Powell 

Alvord William M., timekeeper Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 
866 Mission 

Ambrose John, laborer American Sugar Refinery, r. 
S 8 Lombard, bet Larkin and Polk 

Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 138 Clara 

Anderson Harold (Anderson & Danielson) r. 8 s Cali- 
fornia, bet Hyde and Larkin 

Anderson James, laborer, r. 1233 Market 

Anderson Sophia Miss, dressmaker, r. 751 Folsom 

Anderson & Danielson (Harold Anderson and Peter 
Danielson) whiteners and plasterers, 639 Cal 

Angeli S., r. 107 William 

Anthonison Henry, laborer American Sugar Refinery, 
r. 1700 Kearny 

Anthony Eliza E. Mrs., r. 36 Geary 

Anthony F., r. 765 Mission 

Arensburg Herman, physician, r. 35 Russ 

AEMAND LOUIS professor French, 

Latin, and Greek; office with Sherman, Hyde & 

Co., 139 Kearny, r. Oakland 
Amdt Rudolph, laborer American Sugar Refinery 
Amot Jennie Miss, actress, r. 120 Ellis 
Asberry A. M. T., r. 5J4 Taylor 
Asberry James, r. SJS Taylor 
Ashdown Archibald, accountant, 419 California, room 

17, r. 806 Leavenworth 
Asphalted Wrought Iron Pipe Co., P. S. Buckminster 

president, H. H. Tappen secretary, J. P. Culver 

engineer, manufs of water, gas, and drain pipe, 

204 Sutter 
Atkinson M. Miss, r. 142 First 

Austen Thomas, dishwasher John Reagan, r. 424 San. 
Austin B.C., tin can and box factory, 406 Front, 

r. 126 Tenth 
Avery Francis I<. , secretary Sausalito Land and 

Ferry Co., office Ferry Building, East, ur Market, 

r. Saucelito 
Ayers James, laborer, r. 132 Clara 



Bachkach S., editor Jewish Times, 331 Kearny, r. 

The Windsor 
Bacon Emerson, r. 411 Ellis 
Badlaoi A. T., clerk, r. 708 California 
Baer Isaac, cigars and tobacco, 200 Sixth, r. 1228J4 

Folsom 
Baldwin W. H.. shipcarpenter, r. 2132 Stockton 
Bald'win's Restaurant, Bowron k Brown 

proptrs, ."JlO Clay 
Ballogh George, salesman L. Lemos, r. 1211 Franklin 
Ballou H. Knapp, oculist and aurist, office and r. 

26}<J Kearny 



Bangs James E., disbursing officer U. S. Geological 

Survey, 155 New Montgomery, r. 720 Leav. 
Barbour C, actor Bella Union Theater 
Barchus Annie Mrs., r. 12 Hopeton Terrace 
Barham Jolin A. , attorney at law, 604 Kearny, 

r. Oakland 
Barnes Andrew J., agent Oriental Box Factory, r. 32 

Perry 
Barnes Robert E., clerk, r. 32 Perry 
Barnes Willard F., clerk, r. 32 Perry 
Barrett James R., r. Russ House 
Barrett Matthew, r. International Hotel 
Barrett Paul, r. 431 Pine 
Barrett Timothy, teamster George Morrow & Co., r. 

632 Mission 
Barry Patrick, r. 138 Fifth 
Barry Thomas T., salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

Brunswick House 
Barton W. B., r. 229 Kearny 
Barton William H., notary public, 326 Pine 
Baskerville S. J. Mrs., r. 745 Tehama 
Bateman Abraham, mining and capitalist, 318 Pine, 

room 17, r. Alameda 
Bauer Adolph C, restaurant, 160 Third, r. 611 Natoma 
Bay City Plating Works, George M. Lederer & Co. 

proptrs, 731 Mission 
Bay City Real Estate Association, George A. Hill sec- 
retary, 634 Market 
Beadle Donald (Beadle k Co.) r. Alameda 
Beadle iii Co. (Donald Beadle and A. J. Mason) 

lumber and wood dealers, 3 Spear 
Beall J. M., r. 644 Howard 
Bean Frank, machine operator Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. 925 Washington 
Beane Emma H. Miss, teacher, r. 2039 Mission 
Beane Joseph W., carpenter Cal. Planing Mills, r. 2039 

Mission 
Beard Alfred, printer, r. 1120 Mission 
Beasey William (Connell & Beasey) r. 240 Minna 
Beatty John C. (Llngley & Beatty) r. 24 Pearl 
Becht George J., soda apparatus and druggists' sun- 
dries, 319 Battery, r. 29 Langton 
Begloux Nellie Mrs., medium, r. 27 Turk 
Behlow William, furniture, bedding and upholstery, 

31 Post, r. Oakland 
Belanger Charles, carpenter Southern Pac. RE., r. 

1823 Pine 
Belden Edwin S., official short hand reporter Supreme 

Court, 640 Clay, r. Oakland 
Bell D. J. Mrs., r. 119 Franklin 
Bell George, scene painter Bella Union Theater, r. 

1418 Jackson 
Bella Union Theater. Tetlow & Skeantlebury proptrs, 

805 Kearny 
Belle of Marin Mining Co. (Marin Co., Cal.) E. A. 

Peck secretary, 646 Market 
Bellegarde R. Mrs., r. 927 Folsom 
Benham Mary E. Mrs., r. 211 Polk 
Benjamin Jacob, broker, r. 1055 Mission 
Bennett F. M. Mrs., r. 832 Folsom 
Berenz Adolphus (A. Berenz & Co.) 315 Bush 
Berenz & Co. (Adolphus Berenz and Emanuel Myer) 

boots and shoes, 315 Bush 
Bergantz Peter W. Mrs., widow, r. 2217 Steiner 
Bergen Adrian, commission merchant, 425 Clay, 

r. 1210 Clay 
Bergen Alexander, clerk Adrian Bergen, r. 1210 Clay 
Berges Nicholas, policeman City Hall, r. 303 Eddy 
Bernstein Henry, r. 190 Sixteenth 
Bernstein Ph. Rev., rabbi Congregation Shaarey 

Tzedek, r. 8W cor Vallejo and Powell 
Bertaud Hyppolite, cook, r. 1515 Polk 
Berlin Simon N., salesman Ad. Lewis & Co., r. 127 

Eddy 
Blber Bertha Mrs., dressmaker, 132 Geary 



WINDOW SHADES. 



Manufacturer of fine WINDOW 
S H A D E S' for Private Resl- 
dences, Stores, Offices, etc., etc. 



GEO. W.CLARK, 

645 Market Street. 



JAMES E. GORDON & CO.. ^o^«^^ ^^f^eTlk'S 



Market and Front Streeta. 



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Bledermann liOuis, restaurant, 11 Eddy, r. 625 Stev. 
Bird G. R. Rev., r. 1832 Market 
Bird Robert, jeweler, r. 516 Sutter 
Bird William Mrs., midwife, r. 516 Sutter 
Bird Wilson Mrs., r. 814 Bush 

Birnbaum Henry B., clerk Charles P. Lolor, r. Cham- 
berlain House 
Bishop Francis A., chief engineer State Harbor Com- 
missioners, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Bitter August, tinner, r. 643 Stevenson 
Blair Aubrey J., mining, 330 Pine, r. 614 Sutter 
Blake Charles E., physician and surgeon, 906 
Market (St. James Building) rooms 1-3, r. 406 
Hayes 
Blake George E., sawyer Standard Box Co., r. 526 Sixth 
Blake James, sailmaker John L. Prior, r. 410 Pacific 
Blakney Uzziel, carpenter, r. 549 Stevenson 
Block John, tailor, r. 110 Seventh 
Blume Anna, dressmaker, r. 413 Larkin, rear 
Blume Henry, general agent, 126 Kearny, room 38, r. 

413 Larkin, rear 
Blamenthal Bernhard (Blumenthal, Quinlan & Co.) 

r. 657 Harrison 
Blumenthal, Q,iiiiilan & Co. (B. Blumenthal, 
J . Walker Quinlan, and R. C. Clark) glove factory, 
114 M Post 
Bobus John, cook Nicola Eozian, r. 10 Margaret PI 
Bocarde & Whittier (James Bocarde and Charles 
Whittier) asphaltum roofers and wood and coal, 
608 Third 
Bogart Joseph, pile driver, r. 403 Folsom 
Bolsson Francis (Boisson & Pichon) r. Oakland 
Boisson & Pichon (Francis Boisson and P. Pichon) 

game and poultry, 15-19 S. F. Market 
Bollinger Hannah B. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1008^ Mar- 
ket 
Bond Moses, bamessmaker, r. 317 Capp 
Boobar James G., wharfinger Oakland Ferry, r. 554 

Folsom 
Boone Jessie T., printer, r. 313 Sixth 
Booth Thomas, cigars and tobacco, 607 Davis, r. 510 

Howard 
Borchers August A., laborer American Sugar Refinery, 

r. 2211 Powell 
Bordwell George A., architect, 318 Pine, room 30, r. 

732 Capp 
Borst Anna, widow, r. 904 Taylor 
Bosserman John M., r. SW cor Larkin and Grove 
Bostwick Frank F., clerk S. Mosgrove & Brother, r. 

732 Capp 
Bostwick Henry £., salesman S. Mosgrove k Brother, 

r. 732 Capp 
Boukofsky Emil (Karsky, Sternberg & Co.) r. 1607 

Post 
Bourquiu Charles, dentist, ofllce and r. 121 Powell 
Bowman Jeremiah, barber Charles K. Zimmer, r. 823 

Mission 
Bowman Levi, assistant Valencia St. Grammar School, 

r. 157 Seventh 
Bowron George J. (Bowron & Brown) r. 1031 Market 
Bowron «& Brown (George J. Bowron and Albert 

Brown) proptrs lialdwin's Restaurant, 519 Clay 
Boyd ftrant, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 1104 

Market 
Boyle Maggie, domestic 2022 Fillmore 
Boyuton Byron R., hotel keeper, r. 1309 Webster 
Boyuton Underbill, real-estute and mining, 310 Pine, 

room 12, r. 1310 Broderick 
Boys and Girls Cigar Manufacturing Oo., George T. 

Knox secretary, office 444 California 
Bozbi E. G., fruits and vegetables, SW cor Hyde and 

Vallejo 
Bradbury Helen E., widow, r. 625 Harrison 
Bradbury Philip H., r. 625 Harrison 
Bradford ThaddeusD., fur dealer, 631 Sacramento, r. 

712 Grove 
Bradley Charles R., machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 

754 Folsom 
Bradley William O., clerk, r. 1939 O'Farrell 
Bradt John, carpenter, r. 740 Howard 
Bragdon Eilward P., clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service, 

r. 303 Eddy 
Brand Charles W., r. 1718 Mission 
Brandner Olga B. Miss, r. 871 Mission 
Breckcnfeld Augustus H., note teller Lazard Freree, 

r. 014 Taylor 
Breed 8. F. Mrs., clairvoyant, r. 870 Mission 
Brcslin John, stonecutter, r. 1107 Clay 
Bretz Aaron J., insurance agent, office 410 California, 
r. 311 Seventeenth 



Bridges Frank, musician Tivoli Garden, r. 228 

Sixth 
Briggs Lucy Mrs., widow, r. 24 Silver 
Brook Harry E. (Reymert & Brook) r. 1235 Market 
Brook Joseph H. (Brook & Kneass) r. 104 Powell 
Brook & Kneass (Joseph H. Brook and Edward D. 

Kneass) stoves and tinware, 1006 Market 
Brower Daniel R., baker, r. 326 Seventh 
Brower Lewis T., r. 326 Seventh 
Brower Samuel S., r. 326 Seventh 
Brown Albert (Bowron & Brown) r. 253 Stevenson 
Brown Charles, seaman, r. 142 Shipley 
Brown E. L., bookkeeper Francisco Garcia, r. 24 Jessie 
Brown James B., wall paper, 303 Dupont, r. 1026 

Folsom 
Brownson Frederick, bricklayer, r. 2303 Taylor 
Buckminster P. S., president Asphalted Wrought 

Iron Pipe Co., r. Occidental Hotel 
Bucknam Edmund H. (E. H. Bucknam & Co.) r. 27 

Glen Park Av 
Bucknam E. H. Si Co. (Edmund H. and Theresa 

Bucknam) stoves and tinware, 22 Steuart 
Bucknam Theresa (E. H. Bucknam & Co.) r. 27 Glen 

Park Av 
Bugbee F. M., r. 630 Buchanan 
Bullen James (Barber, Whitney, BuUen & Co.) r. 246 

Third 
Bullock Ezra B., r. 2623 Sacramento 
Burbank Charles D., bookkeeper Herman Cohen, r. 

920 Market 
Burbank Elizabeth W., widow, r. 920 Market 
Burgess A. S. Mrs., r. 2 Rose Av 
Burke Richard, r. 11 >i Freelon 
Burnett Thomas T., dummyman Clay St. Hill RR., r. 

1416 Polk 
Burnham Gilman M., lumberdealer, r. 1639 Mission 
Burns P. O., salesman William Ward & Co., 509 Sac. 
Burtis William B., local agent Imperial, London, 

Northern, and Queen Insurance Go's, 319 Califor- 
nia, r. 1529 Washington 
Butler Harry W., attorney at law,r. 120 Ellis 
Buyer Charles (Buyer & Reich) r. 1028 Clay 
Buyer& Reich(CbarleB Buyer and Leopold Reich) 

importers and jobbers zephyr, worsted and fancy 

goods, 129 Kearny 



Cachot M. a., physician, office and r. 110 Stockton 

Caduc Philip, president Patent Brick Co., and ship- 
ping merchant. 401 Montgomery, r. Grand Hotel 

Cahill John Mrs., r. 712 Bush 

Cain Peter P., fruits, etc., SE cor Turk and Taylor 

California Concentration Co., Charles E. Travers sec- 
retary, 331 MontKoiucry, room 8 

Callfornin FuMe Work;*, James Eva & Co. proptrs, 
cor Fourteenth and Channel, office 16 Front 

California Journal (German weekly) Huefner & 
Kayser publishers and proptrs, N£ cor Jackson 
and Montgomery 

California Prison Commission, R«v. James Wood- 
worth secretary, office 114 Montgomery Block 

California Transfer Co., Hayes & Co. proptrs, office 
Washington St.Wharf 

Cambridge House, Mrs. H. W. Vella proprietress, 601 
Post 

Campbell Alexander Jr., attorney at law, 526 
Alontgomery, r. 904 Taylor 

Campbell Annie Miss, r. 117 Ridley 

Campbell Joe. T., collector Oakland Ferry Wharf, r. 
Oakland 

Cannon Eron, photographer William Shew, r. 452)4 
Minna 

Cannon Martheua, r. 452>iMinna 

Cannon Sarah Miss, seamstress, r. 452 M Minna 

Cardinet E. H. (E. H. Cardinet & Co.) r. Alameda 

Cardinet E. H. & Co. (E. H. Cardinet and Charles 
Rouget) poultry dealers, 83-85 California Market 

Carlisle A . & Co . (Albert Carlisle and H. R. Wil- 
lier Jr.) stationers and printers, 221 Sausome 

Carpenter Frederick H., carriagetrimmer B. Grave & 
Co., r. 1507 Clay 

Carpenter William H., veterinary surgeon, r. 966 
Howard 

Carr Edward, hostler Alban B. Butler, r. 11 Carlos PI 

Carr Eunice K., r. ltX)9 Valencia 

Carter George A., cigarmaker J. Casner k Co., r. 739 
Howard 

Carter Thomas S., cashier Davis Bros., r. 11 Caroline 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY, ""^"'"fl ^filitt'Ltn.'"''"'"'' 



J. MACDONOUGH, 



lAIPORTER OF AND DBAItER IN COAL AND PIG IRON, 

41 Market Street, comer Spear. 



ADDITIONAL NAMES, BEMOVALS, ETC. 



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Casanova Jose R., publisher and proptr La Revista 

Del Commercio, 320 Sansome, r. 120 Jonee 
Casement Ella Miss, shoetitter Jory Brothers, r. 1240 

Howard 
Casement Frank, cutter Jory Brothers, r. 1240 Howard 
Cadement Mary Miss, shoefitter Jory Brothers, r. 1240 

Howard 
Casement William K., grainweigher W. A. Holcomb 

& Co., r. 1240 Howard 
Casey Katie F. Miss, assistant Potrero School, r. 617 

Second 
Casey M.Francis, boot and shoe manuf, 125 Sansome, 

r. 660 Howard 
Cashin John, secretary and superintendent Mutual 

Ice Co., 321 and 323 Francisco, r. 2023 Webster 
Cass Richard, expressman, NWcor Front and Market, 

r. 1807 Stevenson 
Casselli Thomas, r. 607 Pine 
Castle A. E., bookkeeper Hyman Brothers, r. 2535 

Mission 
Cavanagh Patrick, carriagepainter, r. 11 Mason 
Chadbourne S. W. (Wright & Chadbourne) r. 730 

Green 
Chandler L. M., engineer, r. 1514 Folsom 
Charmak H. & Co. (H. Charmak and D. Cohen) pawn- 
brokers, 846 Market 
Charmak Herman (H. Charmak & Co.) r. 915 Bu- 
chanan 
Chase Robert P. Jr., shoe factory, 1059 Market, r. 121 

Turk 
Cheeseman D. W., r. 715 Howard 
Childs Newton B., mining expert, office 305 Clay 
Christensen Gustavus A., dentist, office and r. SW cor 

Mission and Sixteenth 
Clark Joseph K., homeopathic physician, 32}<J Geary, 

r. 530 Sixteenth 
Clark R. C. (Blumenthal, Quinlan & Co.) r. 501 Post 
Clary Bernard, laborer, r. 263 Clara 
Clary Edward, ironmolder, r. 263 Clara 
Clifton Florence Miss, artist, r. 2 Rose Av 
Close Thompson W., janitor South Cosmopolitan 

Grammar School, r. 720 Eddy 
Cluskey Henry, secretary Hardy Powder Co., 419 Cali- 
fornia, r. Oakland 
Clute A. E. Mfs., r. 814 Bush 

Coburn Thomas C, policeman City Hall, r. 1 Eddy 
Coelho Joaquin, liquor saloon, 60 Clay, r. 423 )i 

Greenwich 
Coffin Lincoln A., housepainter, r. 956 J^ Howard 
Coffin Martha, widow, r. 207 Hyde 
Coghlan Patrick, longshoreman, r. 652 Howard 
Cohen B.,r. 831 Vallejo 
Cohen D. (H. Charmak & Co.) r. 18J4 Mosa 
Cohn Isador, r. 347 Jessie 

Cohn Louis, wharfinger East St.Wharf, r. 910 McAl- 
lister 
Colby E. A., r. 742 Howard 
Collins Edward F., deputy Sheriff, r. 922 Pine 
Collins George Mrs., r. 969 Mission 
Colville Edward L., r. 912 Howard 
Coney C. W. H., collector Oakland Ferry Wharf, r. 

438 Hayes 
Conley John, r. American Exchange Hotel 
Conro Frederick D. (F. D. Conro & Son) r. 1309 

Webster 
Conro George A. (F. D. Conro & Son) r. 1309 Webster 
Coombe Philip H. (George M. Lederer & Co.) r. 45 

Clara 
Cooper Jennie D. Mrs., assistant Valencia St. Gram- 
mar School, r. 37 Second 
Corbett Alexander C, upholsterer, r. 733 Geary 
Cotter Jane E. Mrs., preserved flowers, 100 O'Farrell 
Coughlan Patrick, r. 652 Howard 
Cousins William G., attorney at law, 216 Sansome, 

room 2, r. 1083 Broadway 
Covey Harrison R., r. 1.528 California 
Cowell Henry (Davis & Cowell) r. 1812 Pine 
Cowie George M. (Peters & Cowie, and A. T. Waite & 

Co.) r. 1060 Howard 
Cox Charles, poultry, game and dairy produce, 81-82 

California Market, r. Vallejo 
Cox Edwin J., r. 1417 Mason 
Coyle Stephen, collarmaker Main & Winchester, r. 

214 Battery 
Crane J. P.. r. 108 Powell 

Creasy Theodore S. (Steele, Elder k Co.) r. 2022 Fill- 
more 
Crocker G. A., r. 1520 Clay 

Crockett Lizzie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1007 Ji Stockton 
Crosby William F., r. 1032 Mission 



Crothers George, upholsterer, r. 1239 Mission 
Crowley P. J., r. 324 Davis 
Cuddeback George W., r. 713 Minna 
Culver John P., civil, hydraulic and mining en- 
gineer, 204 Sutter, r. 1104 Market 
Cummiugs A. H., agent, r. 808 Mission 
Cummings Mary S. Mrs., widow, r. 102 Langton 
Cunningham Howard F., bookkeeper, r.l626 Devisa- 

dero 
CurranMary K., physician, 920 Market 
Curtis J. P. (Hall, Curtis & Co,) r. 1308 Larkin 
Cusick Patrick F., collector Washington St.Wharf, r. 

1142 Folsom 
Cutter Aaron, wharfinger Pacific St. Wharf, r. 508 
Leavenworth 



D'Arcy Nellie, r. 1104 Sacramento 
Daigneau Edouard, laundry. 6.S5 Minna 
Dalton William H., stonecutter, r. 62034 Linden av 
Daiiicliefr Glove Factory, Blumenthal, Quin- 
lan k Co. proptrs, 114 Ji Post 
Danielson Peter (Anderson & Danielson) r. 26 Page 
Danker S., druggist Pacific Dispensary, SE cor Frank- 
lin and Oak, r. 843 Howard 
Davenport Charles W., iron merchant, r. 722 Bush 
Davenport Edward A., clerk treasurer's office Central 

Pac. RR., r. 512 Tyler 
Davenport, William H., r. 1015 Powell 
Davidson Peter A., clerk P. Beamish, r. 777}<S Mission 
Davis Cliristy, wool broker, Cal. Wool Depot, 

Townsend, bet Fifth and Sixth, r. 322 O'Farrell 
Davis George E., homeopathic physician, 101 Dupont, 

r. 203 Turk 
Davis George T., warehouseman Wool Agency Ware- 
house, r. 1015 Capp 
Davis James M., r. 729 Pine 
Davis Iilewellyn H ., attorney at law, 509 Kearny, 

rooms 5 and 6, r. 418 Sutter 
Davis Orson A., medium, 114 Fourth 
Daws J. B., r. 1912 Market 
Day James M., mining, r. 347 Fifth 
De Casembroot Carlos F. (Stege & Co.) r. SE cor Pow- 
ell and Broadway 
De Prefontaine Jean J. R., musician, r. 1038 Mission 
Deacon George, machinist William Deacon, r. 813 

Capp 
Dearing James, machinist, r. 70 Minna 
Delmonico Restaurant, Meyer & Lotz proptrs, 

1007 Market 
Densmore John, carpenter, 208 Stevenson, r. 213 Eddy 
Dent Frederick, assistant weigher Custom House, r. 

153 Octavia 
Dericco Carlo, proptr Milano Hotel, 416 Pacific 
Desmond Richard E., journalist, r. Coso House 
Dessecker John, teamster Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 436H 

Shipley 
Dessouslavy Jules, r. 1817}^ Pine 
Dewar John, r. 400 Stockton 
Dibert Frank, r. Park Hotel 
Dietz Ferdinand, extraman Hose No. 6, S. F. F. D., r. 

Huettmann's Hotel 
Dinsmore R., stockbroker, 228 H Montgomery, r. 

624 O'Farrell 
Ooble Budd, proptr Baldwin Bar and Billiard 

Rooms, 28 Powell, and 33 Ellis, r. The Baldwin 
Dobson Joseph C, clerk The Truesdell, 1104 Market 
Dodd John S., wharfinger Jackson St. Wharf, r. 2021 

Powell 
Dodge D. Frank Jr., scenic painter Baldwin Theater, 

r. 519 Ellis 
Doherty William K., physician and surgeon, 30 Kearny 
Donnell Oliver, r. SW cor Broadway and Davis 
Donovan John, r. 814 Mission 
Dorrance William F., salesman Stone & Hayden, r. 16 

Stockton 
Dorson Thomas, shipcarpenter, r. 20 Everett 
Dowdall Joseph F., gasfitter and plumber, 543 Hayes, 

r. 412 Laguna 
Dowling Thomas H., r. 2122 Bush 
Do-wning Tliomas, house and sign painter, 615 

Mission, r. 519 Leavenworth 
Drady Thomas, tailor, 6 Third, and 151 Fourth, r. 328 

Sixth 
Draire Louis P., tailor Bine & Georges, r. 731 Pine 
Draper Charles F., physician and siirgeon, office 403 
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Drumgold John H., clerk A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 832 
! Mission 
Dubernet Lucien, clerk George D. Morse, r. 427 Grove 
Duff James M., real-estate agent, r. 1023 Kearny 
Duff Thomas C. (Tyson & Duff) r. 897 Front 
Dunn Charles, r. 902 Clay 



Bakin William A., wharfinger Channel St. South 

Wharf, r. 314 Green 
Eastern Oregon Liand Co., Lewis Lillie agent, 

office 20 Montgomery 
Eastland Joseph G., secretary Oakland Gas Light Co., 

604 Commercial, r. The Baldwin 
Eberle Eliza, widow, r. 509 Leavenworth 
Eckman John H., barber George L. Smith, r. 541 

Minna 
Edgerly Henry C, milkman, r. 822 Ellis 
Edmoudson Mary A. Mrs., r. 1028 Hyde 
Edwards Ellis, mining secretary, 330 Pine.room 27, r. 

216 Powell 
Edmunds Laura Mrs., r. Blundell House 
Egan Michael D., clerk, r. 222 Tehama 
Eldridge J., solicitor, r. 1010 Montgomery 
Engel Rudolf, waiter The Baldwin, r. 631 Stevenson 
Ephraim Bernard, varnisher Kragen & Geist, r. 736 

Brannan 
EricBon Lucy Miss, teacher music, r. 736 Geary 
Ertz A. & Co. (August Ertz) sole agents Dr. Wutzer's 

medicines, 227 Second 
Ertz August (A. Ertz & Co.) r. 227 Second 
Ervin William, teamster Thomas Beed, r. 10 Sixth 
Esten John, homeopathic physician, 101 Dupont, r. 

Oakland 
Euphrat Frederick, physician, office and r. 8 k Twelfth 
Bva, Jaineg & Co. (James Eva) proptrs Cal. Fuse 

Works, cor Fourteenth and Channel, office 16 

Front 
Evans George W., boxmaker Standard Box Co., r. Ex- 
celsior Hotel 
Evans West, wharfinger Howard St. Wharf , r. Oakland 
Everett A. M. Mrs., widow, r. 1209 Taylor 
Evarts Jonathan J., upholsterer, 1626 Mission 



Fabbri-RInller Inez, conservatoire of music, 715 

Eddy 
Fabian Brotbers (Ernest and Charles) groceries, 

NW cor Stockton and Filbert 
Fabian Charles (Fabian Brothers) r. NW cor Filbert 

and Stockton 
Fabian Ernest (Fabian Brothers) r. NW cor Filbert 

and Stockton 
Fargo Earl A. (E. A. Fargo & Co.) r. San Rafael 
Farnam Henry Mrs., widow, r. 346 Grove 
Farquharson James, deputy County Clerk, r. 112 

Kearny 
Farrington Elvin D., receiving clerk V. S. Appraiser's 

Store, r. Oakland 
Farrington Joseph W., real-estate agent, r. 612 Mason 
Fauchard Charles, r. 19 Sixth 
Fciter Frank, machinist Goss & Adams, r. lu Clara 
Fenton Frederick M., r! 343 Minna 
Finn Jobn F., .iudge Superior Court, Department 

No. 9 (probate) chambers new City Hall, second 

floor, r. 331 Ellis 
Finnegan Thomas, collector Front and Union Bts. 

Wharf, r. 1118 Sacramento 
Fischel Jacob, optician, r. 907 Folsom 
Fish L. W. Mrs., electro-magnetic healer, 14 Turk, 

rooms G and 7 

FISHER ABBY MRS. & CO. 

(Mrs. Abby C. Fisher) uianufs i)iikl('s, preserves, 
brandies, fruits, etc., 207 Second 

Fisher Abby C. (Mrs. Abby Fisher & Co.) r. 207 
Second 

Fisher Charles W., stamp dealer, r. 34 Ellis 

Fisher Hugh, watchman Washington St.Wharf, r. 11 
Boyd 

Fitzmaurice George, mate, r. 710 Fell 

Flahaven William H., switchman Central Fac. RR., r. 
520 Ninth 

Flanuigan George (Archie Levy k Co.) r. Cosmopoli- 
tan Hotel 

Fletcher Charles A., market, 1262 Market, r. 809 Tyler 



Fletcher J. K., r. 835 Bush 

Fletcher John, r. 228}$ Montgomery 

Flood Daniel, cook John Reagan, r. 217 Second 

Flynn Bernard, waiter John Reagan, r. 217 Second 

Forbes John, stevedore, r. 205 Second 

Fobs E. L. Mrs., r. 216 Powell 

Foster I. A. Mrs., r. 37 Second 

Foye Andrew J. C. (Foye Brothers) r. New York 

Foye Brothers (A. J. C. and J. E. Foye) agents Joseph 

Dixon Crucible Co., 507 Caliiornia 
Foye Johnston E. (Foye Brothers) r. 2602 Sac. 
Frank Frederick A. (Frank Brothers) r. The Baldwin 
Franklin David, physician, office and r. 317 Hayes 
Freely John, sweeper Washington St. Wharf, r. 926)6 

HaiTison 
Freeman Susan L., widow, r. 1939 O'Farrell 
Freudenthal John H., r. 1652 Howard 
Friedman Ashur, jeweler, r. 119 Park Av 
Frisius Frederick A., accountant and translator, r, 

1401 Taylor 
Frisius P. T.. r. 729 Pine 
Fuller James A. (Smith & Fuller) r. 515 Leav. 



Ga£.i^6Her Kate Mrs., shirtmaker, r. 2221 Fillmore 

Galvin James F., r. 235 Kearny 

Gamble Jobn, i^rincipal University Mound Col- 
lege, r. Litton Springs, Sonoma Co. 

Garlick James O., commission merchant, and plumb- 
ers' supplies, 829 Market, r. Oakland 

Garrick Annie J., widow, r. 30 Russ 

Garrity Peter, collector Folsom St. Wharf, r. 30 Dor- 
land 

Gaylord Eugenia R., widow, r. 2017 Howard 

Geistlich William, gents' fumishinggoods,610 Fourth, 
r. 237 Ritch 

Gelcich Vincent, physician, r. 818 Ellis 

George H. C, clerk Dayis & Cowell, r. 714 Oapp 

George Robert, secretary Stockton Gas Co., 604 Com- 
mercial, r. Oakland 

Gibson George L., r. 546 Minna 

Gillette Milton G., mining superintendent, r. 716 
Polk 

Glttere Charles, cigarmaker Sanderson & Horn, r. 
808 Howard 

Godet Thomas, engraver, r. 931 Market 

Godeus John D., r. 1324 Polk 

Godsil John (Godsil & Merigan) r. 28 Pearl 

Godsil & Merigan (John Godsil and J. Samuel Meri- 
gan) Keystone saloon, junction Market and Ellis 

Goffrie Charles, teacher music, r. 807 Bush 

Good Faith Mining Co. (Esmeralda Co., Nev.) W. W. 
Stetson secretary, office CI Nevada Block 

Gordon Amherst P., carpenter, r. 668)4 Clementina 

Gordon Robert, bookkeeper, r. Abbotsford House 

Gorman Matilda Mrs., boarding, 1632 Howard 

Graham Edward (Williams & Graham) r. Oakland 

Graham Nellie H. Mrs., r. 856 Mission 

Grau Pbilip J., engineer Mutual Ice Co., r. SE cor 
Francisco and Mason 

Graves Mary D., widow, r. 105 Ridley 

Gray Fred., fruits and vegetables, 1232 Stockton 

Gray George, mining, r. The Baldwin 

Green Alonzo, wharfinger Washington St. Wharf, r. 
Oakland 

Green Bernard J., tally clerk Sea Wall, Section A, 
r. Twenty-eighth, bet Church and Dolores 

Green Henry, miner, r. 519 O'Farrell 

Green James J., assistant chief wharfinger, office foot 
Clay, r. 15 Perry 

Greenham Fred., collector Vallejo St. Wharf, r. 216 
Clara 

Griffin James, carpetlayer, r. 504 Howard 

Grimes William, assistant engineer Mutual Ice Oo. 

Grondola Stephen L., dancing academy, 409 Mont- 
gomery Av, r. SE cor Stockton and Union 

Giindelfinger Henry, salesman Herman Cohon, r. 623 
Franklin 

Guptill A. N., r. 659 Howard 

Gutierrez Louis J., clerk, r. 741 Howard 



Haberlin James, driver Omnibus RB., r. 262 Te- 
hama 
Hacker Rosa Mrs., r. 737 Howard 
Haines E. W., r. 803 O'Farrell 



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ADDITIONAL NAMES, EEMOVALS, ETC. 



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Haines Frederick H., city agent Wheeler & Wilson 

Manuf. Co., r. 303 O'Farrell 
Hall, Curtis <fe Co. (£. B. Hall and J. P. Curtie) 

carpets, oilcloths, window shades, etc., 230 Bush 
Hall E. B. (Hall, Curtis & Co.) r. 1907 Bush 
Hall George H., miner, r. 924 Mission 
Hall Harvey, collector Green St. Wharf, r. 2930 How- 
ard 
Hallett Oliver G., liquor saloon, 13 Post, r. 1104 

Market 
HamillA. H. Mrs., assistant Tehama Primary School, 

r. 526 Sutter 
Hammond Philip, tinsmith, r. 256 Clementina 
Hanly Thomas J., collector Harrison and Spear St. 

Wharf, r. 730 Clementina 
Hansbrough George W., carpenter, r. 314 Lily Av 
Hanson George, painter, 418 Grove 
Hardy Powder Co., Henry Cluskey secretary, 419 

California 
Harkness Agnes, r. 713 Biish 
Harloe ^Marcus, chief wharfinger, office foot Clay, r. 

2.527 Howard 
Harlow George P., r. Occidental Hotel 
Harlow James, contractor and builder, r. Brunswick 

House 
Harrigan William, calker, r. 1 Hubbard 
Harris B. & Son (B. and Charles S. Harris) stationery, 

2 Battery 
Harris Bernard (B. Harris & Son) r. 315 Eddy 
Harris Charles S. (B. Harris & Son) r. 315 Eddy 
Harris David, clerk, r. 211 Gough 
Harron William H., inspector Custom House, r. 614 

Sutter 
Hart David, clerk, r. 2094 Market 
Hart George, laborer Industrial Iron Works, r. 814 

Laguna 
Hart Maggie Miss, r. 565 Stevenson 
Hartwell John B., missionary Baptist Mission Chapel, 

r. 816 Jackson 
Haselton J. C. Mrs., r. Westminster House 
Haskell Jabez, conductor Sutter St. KB., r. 1303 3i Polk 
Hauser Abraham, peddler, r. 106 J^ Eleventh 
Haynie William M., wharfinger Main St. Wliarf, r. 

Oakland 
Hazlett John, engineer, r. 444 Brannan 
Head Lyman H., speculator, r. 1120 Mission 
Healey N. J. Mrs., waxflowers,r. 4 Hayes 
Healy Edward J., shoemaker, r. NW cor Pine and 

Laguna 
Heffernan Michael, tailor, r. 938 Folsom 
Hegeler H. W. B., Olympic Club, 119 Post 
Held Simon (Held & Co.) r. 1333 Pine 
Henderson Howard Rev., pastor M. E. Church South, 

r. SE cor Twelfth and Glen Park Av 
Henry John.r. 519 Jones 
Herbert Arthur M., with A. W. Manning, r. 1505 

Buchanan 
Herrmann F. J., r. 529 Post 

Hettich John, printer Neville & Co., r. 61 Tehama 
Hettich Thomas, printer E. Detrick & Co., r. 61 

Tehama 
Hettich William D., engineer, r. 61 Tehama 
Hickox Arthur M,, r. 1520 Van Ness Av 
Higham Elijah, dealer sewing machines, 9 Taylor, r. 

Oakland 
Hill A. Barton, spirit medium, office and r. 54 Third, 

rooms 27 and 28 
Hill Charles D., r. 525 )<; Geary 
Hill Mary J. Miss, r. 525M Geary 
Hill Thomas L., student Samuel E. Knowles, r. 625 Ji 

Geary 
Hilton George W., physician, office and r. 630 O'Far- 
rell 
Hirth Leon G., collector Main St. Wharf, r. 1523 Post 
HoagJaredC, collector, 724 H Market, r. 204 McAl- 
lister 
Hoffman & Co. (Seligman and Joseph Hoffman, 

David Bloom and Ephraim Simon) importers 

fancy goods, Yankee notions, etc., 17 and 19 Bat- 
tery 
Hogan George, r. 5 Ewer PI 
Hollander Siegfried, jeweler, r. 1138 Sutter 
Holling Brothers (Charles F. and Frederick) cigar 

manufs, 109 California, room 9 
Hooper John B., carpenter, r. 1332 Broadway 
Horn B. C, commission agent, r. 1318 Eddy 
Horst Herman H. (Horst & Matthey) r. Oakland 
Horst & Mattliey (Herman H. Horst and Robert 

Matthey) proptrs Palace Bakery and Restaurant, 

867 Market 



Horton M. B. Mrs., r. 715 Howard 
Howell Josiah, office 220 Sansome, room2, r. 715 Hyde 
Hubert Charles T., cutter S. R. Rhodes, r. 120 Pros- 
pect PI 
Huebner Louisa Mrs., r. 512 Minna 
Huefner William (Huefner & Kayeer) r. 1410 Clay 
Huefner & Kayser (William Huefner and Albert Kay- 
ser) publishers California Journal, NE cor Jack- 
son and Montgomery 
Hulisohinsky Richard, cigar peddler, r. 1007 Stockton 
Hundesser Otto W. C, bookkeeper Kragen & Geist, r. 

805}^ Geary 
Hunt Symmes H., inspector Custom House 
Hurtzig William F. N., chemist and druggist, 147 

Third 
Hussey Eugene P. Mrs., widow, r. 1525 Pine 
Hyde FredericU A., attorney for land claimants, 

office 623 Commercial, r. 317 Geary 
Hydro-Carbonized Block Pavement Co., Philip Caduc 
president, works S s Berry, bet Fifth and Sixth, 
office 401 Montgomery 
Hyman Brothers (Hyman W., Henry W., Michael, 
Morris, and Joseph) wholesale grocers, 409 and 
411 Front 
Hyman Hyman W. (Hyman Brothers) r. Nevada City 
Hyman Joseph (Hyman Brothers) r. Honolulu 
Hyman Michael (Hyman Brothers) r. New York 
Hyman Morris (Hyman Brothers) r. Honolulu 



iNGAixs John N., master mariner, r. 628 Hayes 
IngersoLl George S., storage and commission, 

1101 Battery, r. 1610 Clay 
Isaacs Alfred 8., r. 226 Sutter 
Ivers Alfred J., capitalist, r. 132D Leavenworth 



Jackson J. Ross, assistant city editor 8. F. Chronicle, 

r. 1322 Scott 
Jacobs Bertha Miss, r. 19 Garden 
Jacobs Gustave B., merchant, r. 1322 Webster 
Jameson J. F.. salesman T. Brady, 6 Third 
Jamleson W. W., steward City and County Hospital 
Janes Charles M., patrolman Underwriters' Fire Pa- 
trol, r. 205 Second 
Jewish Times, S. Bachrach editor, office 331 Eeitmy 
Johannes Henry C, clerk U. S. Mint, r. 206 Eddy 
Johnson Charles M., broker, r. 134 Hayes 
Johnson Howard R.. collector Broadway Wharf, r. 207 

Turk 
Johnson Ole H. Mrs., r. 856 Mission 
Jonas Charles A., boarding and lodging, 1718 Mission 
Jones George N. (E. N.Stratton & Co.) r. 419 Hyde 
Jordan Henry, r. 627 Brannan 
Judd Theodore D.. r. 912 Laguna 
Junkins Charles K., clerk Napthaly, Freidenrich & 

Ackerman, r. 319 Fourth 
Juset Eugene, machinist, r. 225 Stevenson 



Kane W. H. Mrs., r. 829 Mission 

Kane William, sawyer Standard Box Co., r. Elcho 

House 
Karsky Morris (Karsky, Sternberg & Co.) r. The 

Windsor 
Karsky, Sternberg & Co. (Morris Karsky, David 

Sternberg and Emil Boukof sky) wholesale manufs 

cigars, 515 Front 
Kauffung Louis H., wharfinger Folsom St. Wharf, r. 

1513 Powell 
Kaufman Cliarles, civil and mining engineer, 

330 Pine, room 28, r. 2024 Bush 
Kaufman Isidor J., r. 1337 Dupont 
Kayser Albert (Huefner & Kayser) r. 1011 Clay 
Kearney James (Hall & Kearney) r. 57 Everett 
Keefe John H., teamster, r. Waldo House 
Keeland W. H., r. 126 Sixth 
Keenan Bernard, gasfitter, r. W s Cook, nr Point Lo- 

bos Av 
Keil Edward, proptr People's Art Gallery, 34 Third, 

r. 2522 Mission 
Kelley Jay G. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 502 O'Farrell 
Kenealy Maurice, assistant pastor St.Patrick's Church, 

r. 744 Mission 
Kennedy, Brennan & Co. (Philip Kennedy, 

John Brennan and C. P. Kennedy) dry goods, 

901-905 Market and 2-6 Fifth 



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Kennedy Patrick, roofer Henry Q. Fiske. r. 64 Na- 
toma 

Kennedy Patrick J., receiver Dime Savings 6ank,and 
stockbroker, 421 California, r. 151G Taylor 

Kennedy & McGruder (Mrs. Kate McGruder) milli- 
ners, 915 Market 

Kerr James, machinist Josbna Hendy, r. 606 Howard 

Kessler Adam, bartender Bemhard Krauss, r. 535 
Commercial 

Kilburn B. R., r. 963 Mission 

Kilbum Ira, r. 963 Mission 

King Joseph L. (Miles & King) r. Sonoma, Cal. 

Kirby P. H., theatrical agent, r. 417 Kearny, room 27 

Kirkiand Joseph B., general agent St. Louis, Vanda- 
lia and Terre Haute ER., 116 Montgomery, r. Nu- 
cleus House 

Kirkiand Susie Mrs., r. 1511 Taylor 

Kittel August, baker, r. 125 Seventh 

Kohler B. J., r. 12(]5 Turk 

Koopmanscliap Cornelius, Chinese Immigra- 
tion Agent, 34 Merchants' Exchange 

Koster Frederick, r. 306 k Twenty-first 

Krauss Bernhard, liquor saloon, 535 Commercial 

Krueger George F., blacksmith, 1114 Harrison, r. SE 
cor Natoma and Seventh 

Krneger Lonig, manuf and dealer white metals, 
515 Commercial, r. 22 Turk 



liA Fontaine Fritz, sculptor, r. 514 Bush 
liaclinian M. (fc Co. (Morris Lachman) carpets, 

oil cloths, etc., 31 Post 
Lamb Dana T., carpenter Industrial School, r. 610 

Powell 
Lamb William E., r. 510 Powell 
Langrehr Henry C, stoves and tinware, and ship's 

plumber, 25 Market 
Laser Lazarus, teacher Congregation Kevah Tzedek, r. 

417 Jessie 
Lawton Franklin, stockbroker, r. 732 Post 
Lawver Aaron M., assistant bookkeeper U. S. Mint, r. 

725 Pine 
Leavitt Allen H. (Stackpole i Leavitt) r. 414 Fell 
Leazer Charles E., teamster Continental Oil and 

Transportation Co., r. 360 Brannan 
Leazer George D., cutter Continental Oil and Trans- 
portation Co., r. 360 Brannan 
Lederer George M. (George M. Lederer & Co.) r. 1434 

Post 
Lederer George M. & Co. (George M. Lederer and 

Philip H. Coorabe) proptrs Bay City Plating 

Works, 731 Mission 
Ledyr.rd Henry S., clerk Bank of California, r. 4 

Hi|;!hlaud Terrace 
LesBmanu Gustave W., bookkeeper Neville & Co., r. 

510 Powell 
Levy Archie (Archie Lc'ST & Co.) r. 362 Third 
Levy Archie & Co. (Archie Levy, Saul Alpers, and 

George Flannigan) Musical Conservatory and 

Dramatic Agency, 362 Third 
Levy Frank, hatter, 7 Sixth, r. 832 Jackson 
Levy Frederick H., bookkeeper M. Hyman & Co., r. 

838 O'Farrell 
Lew H., poultry, game and dairy produce, 22 Oentre 

Market, r. 1432 Geury 
Levy Louis, tailor, r. 617 J4 Linden Av 
Lewis L. T., dairyman, r. 304 Third 
Lewis Morris, expressman, r. 831 Vallejo 
Lewis Morris Mrs., dressmaker, r. 831 Vallejo 
Lightbourn John E., r. 1026 Fujsom 
Llghtncr M. C rector St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 

r. cor Eighteenth and Guerrero 
Lilllie Le-wis, secretary Colorado Commercial and 

Land Co., and McElroy Mining Co., and agent 

Eastern Oregon Land Co., office 20 Montgomery, 

r. 607 Washington 

LINARD Bi RALPH lithographer, 

debif,'iier, and printer, 412 Commercial, r. 219 

Geary 
Lind John, assistant collector Pacific St. Wharf, r. 10 

California 
Llnfortlt James (Linforth,Rice & Co.) r. 816 Turk 
Locke Isaac 8., wharfinger Vallejo St. Wharf, r. 1310 

Green 
Lockwood L. R., Inspector Custom House 
Long J. Thomas, salesman, r. 215 Jones 
Lott William S., carpenter, r. 1127 Tyler 



Lowenberg Edmund, salesman J. W. Davidson & Co., 

r. 10 Oak 
Lowenberg George, clerk Sutro & Co., r. 10 Oak 
Lowenberg Julia Mrs., r. 10 Oak 
Lowenberg Robert, clerk Esberg, Bachmann k Co., r. 

10 Oak 
Lowenberg William, clerk Zadig & WeiU, r. 413 Oak 
Lowensteiu Herman [Meyers & Lowenstein) r. 22 Du- 

pont 
liubelski Liebo, physician, office and r. 120 H Turk 
Ludwick Charles, carpenter, r. 110 Taylor < 
Ludwig Oscar Mrs., r. 11J5 Mission 
Lynch Alexander H., reporter Morning Call, r. 1322 

Scott 
Lyon Richard C, clothing dealer, r. 1414 Pacific 
Lyons Henry, tally clerk Sea Wall, section A, r. 708 

Green 



Maas James, r. 967 Mission 

MacNeviu Henry P., mining, r. 2010 Mission 

AlarRae Alexander, physician, office and r. 222 

Post 
Macnaughton A. C. Mrs., r. 244 Taylor 
Mains James R., photographer J. L. Gibson, r. 1506 

Hyde 
Mamlock Henrietta Miss, dressmaker, r. 628 Minna 
Mamlock Jennie Miss, hairdresser, r. 628 Minna 
Mamlock Rachel Miss, saleswoman Herman Kahn, r. 

628 Minna 
Mamlock William, upholsterer, r. 628 Minna 
Manesca A. C. Mrs., r. 244 Taylor 
Mansfield Charles, compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 1811 

Powell 
Marchlni Gaetano, miner, r. SW cor Twenty-fifth and 

Church 
Marks Marks, merchant, r. 236 Seventh 
Marsteu Charles A., clerk Internal Revenue Office, r. 

307 Lombard 
Martin James G., shipwright, r. 118 Taylor 
Marvin Frank W., salesman S. W. Rosenstock & Co., 

r. 2109 Webster 
Matthews Harv-ey, deputy street superintendent, new 

City Hall, r. 1206 5< Jackson 
Matthey Robert (Horst & Matthey) 867 Market 
Maurer Peter, collector North Point and Eureka 

Wharves, r. 652 J^ Natoma 
McCartv L. P., publisl>er and proptr Pac. Coast 

Postal Index, and Statistician, 414 Clay, r. 630 

Geary 
McCeney Julius C, attorney at law, 604 Commercial, 

r. 502 Mason 
McCormick John F., r. 20 }< Harriet 
McDevitt James, photographic printer, r. 137 Perry 
McDonald Angus D., carpenter, r. 314 Lily Av 
McGrouther Margaret Mrs., bakery, 647 }< Geary 
McGuire Lucius M., physician, office and r. 722 Mont. 
Mclntire Henry J., bricklayer, r. 5^ Oak 
McKee James A., physician, office and r. 222 Post 
McKenzie J. W., assistant Superintendent House of 

Correction 
McKeriZie John W., collector, r. 307 Chestnut 
McKiisick Harrison J., superintendent U. 8. 

Railway Mail Service, Post Office Building, r. 

North Temescal 
McLaughlin Dennis, r. 319 Clementina 
McLaughlin Frank, machinist .£tna Iron Works, r. 

624 Shotwell 
McMahon Philip, jeweler California Jewelry Co., r. 

5-2'.t Bryant 
SIcM alien John, manager S. F. Bridge Co., 14 

Leavenworth, r. 220 Hermann 
McMullin D. K., night inspector Custom House 
McNallj- & Ha%vkln« (Lawrence McNally) Im- 
porters and jobbers gas fixtures, plumbers' 

ware, etc., 607 Market 
Median James, cook John Reagan, r. 372 Fifth 
Mehrtens Oeslne Miss, r. 1629 Polk 
Meloy E. R., laborer Central Pac.RR.,r. 154 Bluxome 
Mercantile and Dealers' Protective Assn, Henry M. 

Cavendish manager, 405 Kearny, rooms 11 and 12 
Mergulre George, bookkeeper John L. Merguire, r. 

1915 Jessie 
Merguire John L., proptr Standard Box Factory, SW 

cor Bryant and Fifth, r. 1916 Jessie 
Messer Joseph O., engineer, r. 313 Sixth 
Miles Edward M. (Miles & King) r. 8 Verba Buena 



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ADDITIONAL NAMES, REMOVALS, ETC. 



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Miles & King (Edward M. Miles and Joseph L. King) 

stockbrokers, 413 Montgomery 
Mitchell Alexander, cook U. S. Restaurant 
Molser Ferdinand, r. 21 Moss 
Mookel Anton, clerk, r. 514 Geary 
Mookel Katharine Mrs., manuf ladies' wear, 514 Geary 
Moore Leopold P., importer teas, 412 Sacramento, r. 

310 Fulton 
Moore Samuel E., bookkeeper David Conrad, r. 924 

Jackson 
Mordofl' Frank W., clerk John Skinker, r. 317 Stock. 
Morgan Maxwell W., carpenter, r. 444 Brannan 
Morgenthau Max, jobber gents' furnishing goods and 

S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory goods, and proptr 

Mission Soap and Candle Works, office 108 Bush, 

r. 1008 Van Ness Av 
Morrison William F., physician and surgeon, office 

and r. 634 Eddy 
Morton Frederick, boxmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., 

r. 22 Lily Av 
Muehlsteph George Rev., pastor St. Mark's Evan- 
gelical Lutheran Church, r. 405 Post 
Murray Martin, steward, r. 256 Clementina 
Mutual Ice Co., John Kirkpatrick president, John 

Cashin secretary and superintendent, 321 and 323 

Francisco 
Myer Emanuel (A. Berenz & Co.) 315 Bush 
Myers A. , agent Leflfel Turbine Water Wheels, 217 

Fremont 



Nabh John, conductor N. B. and Mission RR., r. 1 
Hubbard 

Neale George W., canvasser, r. 210 Fifteenth 

Nichols James, r. 1401 Larkin 

Nichols Sophronia Mrs., homeopathic physician, 
office and r. 23 Powell 

Nolan L. Miss, hairdresser, r. 2415 Clay 

Normann Otto (Normann & Siewert) r. 513 Montgom- 
ery Av 

Normann & Siewert (Otto Normann and William Sie- 
wert) liquor saloon, 513 and 517 Montgomery Av 

Nosier Thomas M., clerk Custom FTouse, r. 608 Fulton 

Nugent J. F. Rev., assistant pastor St. Rose's Church, 
r. N s Brannan, bet Fourth and Fifth 



O'Bbien John J., assistant secretary SJate Harbor 
Commissioners, r. 1013 Green 

O'Brien Timothy, r. 420 Sixth 

O'Brien Timothy, miner, r. 12 Heron 

O'Connor P. Rev., assistant pastor Mission Dolores 
Church, SW cor Sixteenth and Dolores 

O'Kane James, sexton St. Joseph's Church, r. 108 Lang- 
ton 

O'Reilly H. J., master mariner, r. 89 Chestnut 

O'SulIivan Daniel, junk and liquor saloon, 20 Com. 

Oakland Gas Light Co., Joseph G. Eastland secretary, 
S. F. office 604 Commercial 

Oakley A. R., r. 212 Second 

Oregon. Rail-way and Na-vigation Co., K. 
Van Oterendorp agent, 210 Battery 

Orr Anderson H.. carpenter, r. 307 Fourth 

Osgood Fred., porter Hyman Brothers, r. 231 Seventh 

O.utcalt Peter, special agent and adjuster South Brit- 
ish and National Fire and Marine Insurance Co.'s, 
213 Sansome, r. 614 Sutter 



Pacific Coast Packing Co., Julius Kraemer 

proptr, canned fish, meats and fruits, 805 Sansome 
Palace Bakery and Restaurant., Horst & 

Matthey proptra, 867 Market 
Parker Edward W., shoemaker, r. 786 Harrison 
Pasmore Robert L., teacher music, r. 1414 Jackson 
Patterson Robert H., teamster I. Gutte, r. 319 Ivy Av 
Pearson Robert W. Mrs., r. 205 Valencia 
Peasley Stephen L., shipcarpenter Pacific Mail SS. 

Co., r. 24 Third 
Peck Henry M., carpenter, r. 269 Jessie 
Penebs':y Adolphus, housemover, r. 1615 Mason 
Penwell Samuel A., secretary Berkeley Land and 

Town Improvement Assn, 650 Market, r. Berkeley 



Permutation Lock Co., Gustave Niebaum president, 
Zenas Crowell secretary and treasurer, Nestor A. 
Young general manager, 318 California 

Phelps Philo F. Rev., acting pastor First Presbyte- 
rian Church, r. 1116 Jackson 

Pkipps Alfred B., commission stockbroker, i08 
Montgomery, r. 1520 Taylor 

Pico Pilar, widow, r. 519 O'Farrell 

Pietzsch Charles, clerk Davis Brothers, r. 243 Stev. 

Popper Viet, chiropodist, 33 Kearny 

Pratt J. F., sub-assistant U. S. Coast and Geodetic 
Survey, r. 1618 Washington 

Price Thomas W. Jr., r. Brooklyn Hotel 



QuiBK Thomas F., wharfinger MiBBion |8t. Wharf, r, 
1517 Market 



Rawson J. A. Mrs., artist, r. 24 Silver 

Reade F. William, attorney at law, 434 California, r. 
631 Harrison 

Reagan John, restaurant, 57 and 59 Third, and 616 
Sacramento, r. Twenty-third, bet Dolores and 
Chattanooga 

Reaume Louis, shoemaker, r. 58 Clara 

Redecker Charles, r. SW cor Folsom and Fremont 

Reich Leopold (Buyer & Reich) r. 1028 Clara 

Remington John C. (J. C. Remington & Co.) r. 726 
Folsom 

Retail Tradegmen's Protective and Collect 
tion Burean, F. A. Ingersoll secretary, 434 
California, rooms 5 and 6 

Richards David M., clerk Thomas Bell & Co., r. 712 
Hyde 

Rideout Benjamin, wharfinger Front and Union Sts 
Wharf, r. 423 Laguna 

Riegle David F., confectionery, 127 H Fourth 

Riverside Land and Irrigation Co., Louis Franconl 
secretary, office 302 Sansome 

Robertson E. B., physician, 28 and 29 St. Ann's Build- 
ing, r. 933 Valencia 

Roberts John W., salesman printing dept A. L. Ban- 
croft & Co., r. 518 Geary 

Robinson Albert S., insurance solicitor, r. 1724 Clay 

Rodgers Hubert, agent, r. 1905 Sacramento 

Ruffin Achille, tailor, r. 110 William 

Ruppelius William, watchmaker, NE cor Mission and 
Fifth 



Salter A. E. (successor Kimball Manuf. Co.) manuf 

cars, carriages, etc.. NE cor Bryant and Fourth 
Samuel William, compositor H. S. Crocker & Co., r. 

1018 Folsom 
Samuels W. R. G., F. A. S., Burgeon, 719 Market, 

r. 1822 Market 
San Francisco Brldgfe Co., John McMullen 

manager, 14 Leavenworth 
Sauer Adam, carpenter, r. Park Hotel 
Schafer John A., miner, r. 124 Eddy 
Schleiden Josepli P., ship and Custom House 

broker, commission agent, and agent Mexican, 

Central, and South American Line Packets, 322 

Washington, r. 212 Powell 
Schnoor Diedrich W., barber, r. 426 Green 
Secor W. A., r. 732 !4 Clementina 
Seeley Frank E., dentist, 339 Kearny, r. 1105 Powell 
Severance Charles C. P. .wharfinger section 1, Sea Wall, 

r. 327 Chestnut 
Shearer George D., agent Schooley's Gas Regulator, 

and general agent, 757 Market, r. The Truesdell 
Sheppard Henry, laborer, r. 1C09 Gfeary 
Sherburne Eva Mrs., dressmaker, r. 808 Mission 
Shields Isaac A., extraman Engine No. 4, S. F. F. D., 

r. 823 Mission 
Shira Join, machinist, r. 16 Verona 
Siewert William (Normann & Siewert) and groceries, 

541 Montgomery Av 
Simon Abraham, tailor, r. 132 Shipley 
Sinz Otto, watchmaker, 9 Geary, room 19, r. 319 Dun- 
can 
Slater Thomas O., r. 2505 Clay 
Slattery William J., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 

30 O'Farrell 



I fillNni APH Rj CO Growers of and Dealers in FINE WINES. 

J I \J<jML'l.nV^II OC \J\Jt Corner Market and Second Streets. 



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Sllcer Mary M., Inspectress Custom House, r. 331 

Union 
Smith Samuel C, carpenter, r. 632 Minna 
Snow John F. , cleaning, dyeing and scouring, 3 

Dupont, r. 1623 Mission 
Sparks William H., inspector Custom House, r. 108 

Taylor 

O J. JxJxJj ill VJii merchant tailor. 210 Mont, 
gomery 

Stannard Edwin F., collector Broadway Wharf, r. 952 
Howard 

Steindle John, bricklayer, r. 1232 Stockton 

StigUano Orazio, teacher music, r. 625 Broadway 

Stiles Edwin B., wharfinger Second and Berry fits. 
Wharf, office and r. 804 Third 

StlUa-Hafg^Potiten (Swedish weekly) Yonngberg 
& Meyer publishers and proptrs, NW cor Wash- 
ington and Sansome 

Stock Edward, clerk, r. 405 Turk 

Stow^ell William H., merchandise broker, 202 
Market and 3 Pine, r. 923 Hyde 

Strasburg Frederick, cigarmaker Benicke Brothers, r. 
731 Pine 

Streisand Henrietta, widow, r. 1116 Howard 

Strozynaki Stanislas, wigmaker, and ladies' hair- 
dresser, SE cor Powell and Ellis, r. NW O'Farrell 
and Powell 

S'wrlft Charles J. , attorney at law, office 306 Pine, 
room 11 



THn-ow Charles A., telegraph operator, r. cor Twen- 
tieth and Dolores 
Thomas Mary Miss, artist, 34 Third, r. 548 Minna 
Thomas William, r. 548 Minna 
Thompson William B., varnisher George P. Thomas, 

r. 119 J4 Thirteenth 
Tiiomsoii & Evans (John Thomson and Chester 
H. Evans) engineers and machinists, 110 and 112 
Beale 
Thomdyke Fanny E. Miss, artist, r. 308 Bush 
Tibbey Alexander S., fur dealer, 631 Sacra- 
mento, r. 712 Grove 
Tiemey James, deputy jailor, r. 531 O'Farrell 
Tolman 8. E., porter Hyman Brothers, r. 307 Folsom 
Twist Frank W., clerk Davis Brothers, r. 303 Jessie 
Tyson Duncan S. (Tyson & Duff) and liquor saloon, 
122 Leidesdorff, and 521 Sacramento, r. 72 Natoma 
Tyson & Duff (Duncan S. Tyson and Thomas C. Duflf) 
coopers, 897 Front 



Vau. Charles A., clerk Wellman, Peck &0o., r. 509 

Filbert 
Van Buren M. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 502 O'Farrell 
Van Loon William H., laborer, r. 412 Jackson 
Villard Constantin, r. 634 Vallejo 
VoUmar H. R., canvasser, r. 518 Geary 
Von Borstel John, collector Jackson St. Wharf, r. 

Oakland 



Wagnon Hamilton D. Mrs., r. 1137 Mission 
Walker Edward F. Rev., r. 614 Capp 
Walker George B., papermaker, r. 1435 Steiner 
Waltersen & Dewey (John Waltersen and William 8. 

Dewey) commission merchants, 212 Clay 
Warburton Samuel, teamster, r. 362 Brannan 
Wardlaw James, hostler Charles S. Crittenden, r. 16 

William 
Washburn Ezra E., collector Harrison and Spear St, 

Wharf, r. Brunswick House 
Webster Reginald, acting principal South End School, 

r. 1045 Mission 
Weintraub Philip F., collector Mission St. Wharf, r. 

213 Gough » 
Weiss Henry T., peddler, r. 438 Natoma 
Welch William M. Rev., assistant pastor St. Patrick's 

Church, r. 744 Mission 
Wells John, carpenter S. F. F. D., r. 235 Kearny 
Wendt Gustave, shoemaker Charles Maier, r. E s Vir- 
ginia PI, bet Pacific and Broadway 
Whalen Lawrence W., butcher, r. 1713 Leavenworth 
White F. Reed, traveling salesman Hall's Safe and 

Lock Co., 211 California 
White James M., collector Jackson St. Wharf, r. 1233 

Pacific 
Whitefield Rogvald E., collector Oakland Ferry Wharf , 

r. 1619 Sutter 
Wilcox William C, patentee Wilcox's pumps, r. 764 

Mission 
Willard Edd, carriagemaker, 1114 Harrison, r. 21S 

Turk 
Williams Orlando R., machinist, r. 205 Second 
Wilson Albert C. J., wharfinger Green St. Wharf, r. 

659 Howard 
Wilson H. B., carpenter, r. 207 Post 
Wise Charles, teamster L. G. Sresovich & Co., r. 719 

Clay 
Wisshack Gottlob, insurance agent, r. SE cor Mason 

and Lombard 
Wittner Nathan, canvasser California Journal, NE 

cor Montgomery and Jackson 
Wood Clement F., wharfinger Battery St. Wharf, r. 

305 Jones 
Woodward W. A., physician, 101 Dupont 
Wrage Peter, tailor, r. 868 Folsom 
Wright George W. (Wright & Chadbourne) r. 730 

Green 
Wright & Chadbourne (George W. Wright and S. W. 

Chadbourne) stationers, 433 Montgomery Av 



YoxJNG C. Wesley, r. 405 Kearny 



Zandeb L. T., clerk, r. 2820 Mission 
Zorb Anton, barber, 642 Clay, r. 325 Union 



A. S. SPENCE & CO., 

637 MARKET STREET, S. F. 

HEADQUARTERS FOR NOVELTIES 



OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 



IT A7VII_.Ij I3.A."5r 

Every Dealer on the Coast to send for our 

IVEW ILLXJSTJRu^TEI3 C^TA^LOOUE. 

It contains a List of New antl Fast Selling Articles not to be found in any other 
house, and which every merchant can sell. 



MULLER THE LEADING OPTICIAN, '35„.!««ntgomeryjt. 



in MAC I MHPRIQniU Iiamber Dealer, N.E. cor. Mission and Spear Stg.,ha«larcp» 
JUnnO Jt mUnniOUIl, Lumber sheds mied with well seasoned Lumber. 



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SAN FRANCISCO DIRECTORY 



FOR THE YEAR COMMENCING APRIL 1, 1880. 



j9S" NoTicB— -Same* too late for regular insertion, removal), cfianges, etc.. which ?tav* occurred during the 
printing of the work, will be found cm thepages immediately preceding this. 

For List of Boarding Houses, Hotels, Lodgings, etc., see Bubejess Dibectobt, pp. 980, 1022 and 1035 ; for Packets 
—Sail and Steam, see pp. 1053 and 1069 ; for the Location of the Offices of the different waning Companies, see 
Business Dibectort, p. 1044. 



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supt superintendent 

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Bran Brannan 

Cal California 

Clem Clementina 

Com Commercial 

Fol Folsom 

Kear Kearny 

Leav Leavenworth 

Leld Leidesdorff 

Lomb Lombard 



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Miss Mission 

Mont Montgomery 

Pac Pacific 

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A. A. HoDSB, J. C. Roley & Co. proptra, 308 Kearny 
Aabet Martin, carpenter, r. 141 Shipley 
Aaron Aaron, salesman S. Bine, r. 1307 Gough 
Aaron David, embroidery stamp manuf, 133 Sixth, r. 

915 Stockton 
Aaron Emil, cigarmaker E. Brlggs & Co., r. 1743^ Clara 
Aaron Emile, salesman E. Mansbach & Co., r.333 Fell 
Aaron Harris, merchant, r. 1007 }<5 Natoma 
Aaron Joseph, barber, 5134 Third, r. 253 Perry 
Aaron Louis, carpenter Frederick W. Zehfuss 
Aaron Mary Mrs., pleating and stamping, 915 Stockton 
Aaron Simon, bookkeeper Samuel Bauer, r. 1307 Gough 
Aaron Simon, manuf shirts, 106 Dupont, r. 854 Folsom 
Aaron. See Aron 

AaronsAlbert, captain schr Caroline, r. 2300 Folsom 
Aarons Louis H., cigarmaker, r. 636 Sacramento 
AaronBon Frank, commercial traveler, r. 427 Sixth 
Aaronson Jacob, manuf underwear, 215 Sixth 
Aaronson Nathan, r. 533 Jessie 
Abadie Mary Mme., midwife, 710 Lombard 
Abbas Frank, painter, r. 1303 Leavenworth 
Abbey A., operator Gold and Stock Tel. Co., r. Oakland 
Abbey ThomaK, pressman, r. 446 Brannan 
Abbey William H., Rig. and Stev. Union. 806 Mont. 
Abbiati Albino, proptr Belvedere House, 1108 Stock. 
Abbiati C, barkeeper Albino Abbiati, r. 1108 Stockton 
Abbot Downing Co., Thomas 8. Eastman agent, 40-46 

New Montgomery 
Abbot George (E. Grisar & Co.) r. 2012 Pacific Av 
Abbot S. L. Jr., clerk New England Mutual Life In- 
surance Co., r. 20 Essex 
Abbotsford House, Michael Brogan proptr, NW cor 

- Broadway and Larkiu 
Abbott A. H., copyist, r. 32 Fourth 
Abbott Annie, dressmaker, r. 1551 Market 
Abbott Charles H., wool dealer, NW cor Fifth and 

iBluxome, r. 105 Stockton 
Abbott Charles M., bookkeeper Ne'wton Brothers & 
Co., r. 611 Mason 



Abbott Daniel C, collector Front and Union St.Wharf , 

r. International Hotel 
Abbott Edward F., law student W. H. Allen, r.32 Fourth 
Abbott F., r. The Baldwin 

Abbott Frank, cook Meyers' Restaurant, r. 261 Minns 
Abbott Prank H. .compositor B.F. Sterett,r. 824 Mission 
Abbott Harry, clerk, r. 1126 Market 
Abbott Henry, broker, r. 29 Dupont 
Abbott Lewis H., clerk, r. 1435 M Mission 
Abbott Mark L., bookkeeper Golden Eagle Hotel 
Abbott Martha Miss, nurse, r. 825 Twentieth 
Abbott M. E. Mrs., groceries, 51 Louisa, r. cor Louisa 

and Elizabeth 
Abbott Nancy Mrs., dressmaker, r. 32 Fourth 
Abbott Osbom, stockbroker, 316 Cal., r. 437 Eddy 
Abbott Pa-vinp Works, Edwin Dudgeon manager, 

office 22 Montgomery, works cor Sixth and Berry 
Abbott Peter, laborer, r. 524 Mission 
Abbott Robert W., clerk James Munsell Jr., r. 1551 

Market 
Abbott Samuel S., general mechanic Woodward's 

Gardens, r. 4M Erie 
Abbott Thomas, bargeman Custom House, r. Oakland 
Abbott Thomas G., cleaner Charles J. Holmes, r. Wa 

Sanchez, bet Twenty-eighth and Valley 
Abbott W. D., conductor Cal. St.RR.,r.l319 California 
Abbott William, bookkeeper Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, r. 811 3i^ Tyler 
Abbott William, proptr Chronicle House, 32 Fourth 
Abbott William Mrs., dressmaker, r. 32 Fourth 
Abbott William D., with Holcomb Brothers & Co., r. 

1200 Larkin 
Abel Charles, teamster, r. 318 Ritch 
Abel Charles, whitener, r. 452 Minna 
Abel George A. shipping clerk Elisha Ransom jt Co., 

r. Oakland 
Abel H. Christian, hassockmaker, 18 Oak Grove Ay 
Abel Louis (Charles Levy & Co.) r. 31 Willow Av 
Abel Richard, master mariner, r. 318 Ritch 
Abel. See Abell. 
Abele Henry, cigarmaker Mayrlsch Brothers Ac Co., r. 

1219 Pacific 



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IjiLU. YY. LLAnK, Paner Hangings & Sliade Material. Manufacturer of windaw Shades 



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Abeles J., r. 635 Clay 

Abell Alexander O. , grand secretary Grand Lodge 
F. and A. M., Masonic Temple, r. 1027 Washington 
Abell Edward A., clerk, r. 1027 Washington 
Abell Walters., mining engineer, r. 1027 Washington 
Abels Charles, painter, r. 502 Natoma 
Abels Herman, cabinetmaker, r. 569 Minna, rear 
Abela Solomon K., attorney at law, 36 Montgom- 
ery Block, r. 1107 Filbert 
Abend Post (German daily and weekly) S. F. Abend 
Post Publishing Co. publishers and proptrs, 535 
California 
Abendroth Frederick, merchant tailor, 2.'513 }^ Mission 
Abenheimer Julius, commission merchant and im- 
porter calf skins, moroccos, etc., 20 Sansome, r. 
212 Sutter 
Aber William E., bookkeeper Albert Washburn, r. 571 

Bryant 
Abernethy A. F., foreman A. G. Eoden, r. 1717 Sac. 
Abert Lizzie, widow, r. W s Columbia, bet Seventeenth 

and Eighteenth 
Abley John F., baker, r. i Laskie 
Abling Theodore, machinist, r. 840 Harrison 
Abo William, r. 1027 Dupont 

Abraham A. & Brother (Abraham and Herman) bar- 
bers, 6 Turk 
Abraham Abraham (A. Abraham & Bro.) r. 114 Ninth 
Abraham Abraham, clothing, 404 Pacific 
Abraham Christian, bottler Eureka Soda Works, r. 

126 Ivy Av 
Abraham Gabriel, cutter Dodge & Gorevan, r. 6 Har- 
riet 
Abraham Herman (A. Abraham & Bro.) r. 6 Turk 
Abraham Hyman, clerk Richardson Brothers, r. 120?^ 

Turk, rear 
Abraham Max, merchant, r. 919 Pacific 
Abraham Meyer, tailor, r. 925 Jones 
Abraham Nathan (P. Abraham & Son) r. 9 Seventh 
Abraham P. & Son (Philip and Nathan) dry goods^ 44 

Sixth 
Abraham Philip (P. Abraham & Son) r. 9 Seventh 
Abraham Rudolph, r. 526 Turk 
Abraham Samuel, porter Stewart & Buckley, r. North 

Pacific Hotel 
Abraham. See Abrahams, Abram and Abrams 
Abrahams Abraham, clerk David Frankel, r. 605 Mc- 
Allister 
Abrahams Edward, trunkmaker, r. 1836 Howard 
Abrahams Felix, market, 1402 Stockton 
Abrahams Henry, cutter Leon Lemos, r. 13 John 
Abrahams Jacob, tailor, r. NE cor Tehama and 

Fourth 
Abrahams Jetta, widow, r. 532 Tehama 
Abrahams John, furniture, 1015 Folsom 
Abrahams Joseph, clothinK, r. 342 Third 
Abrahams Lewis (Abrahams & Spiro) r. 2112 Howard 
Abrahams Lewis, clothing, 6 Clay, r. 605 McAllister 
Abrahams Marks, clerk Abrahams & Spiro, r. 13 John 
Abrahams Marks, peddler, r. 248 Clementina 
Abrahams Morris, shirtmaker, r. 13 John 
Abrahams Peter, captain schr B. G. Whitney, Jackson 

St. Wharf 
Abrahams Rose Mrs., r. 323 Taylor 
.Abrahams Solomim. liquor saloon, 208 Steuart 
Abrahams & Spiro (Lewis Abrahams and Morris Spiro) 
pawnbrokers, aud dealers watches, diamonds, and 
jewelry, 13 Kearny 
Abrahams. See Abraham, Abram and Abrams 
Abrahamson Gustav, merchant, r. 742 Ellis 
Abrahamsou Hermann, salesman E. Mansbach & Co., 

r. 742 Ellis 
Abrahamsou Hugo, salesman David Magnes, r. 742 

Ellis 
Abrahamsou Jacob, real estate, r. 742 Ellis 
Abrahamsou Julius, salesman Buyer & Reich, r. 742 

Ellis 
Abrahiimsou Nels, cofi°ee saloon, 521 East, r. 420 

Drumm 
Abrahamsou Peter, stoyes and tinware, 939 Market, r. 

1022 Hyde 
AbraliamsoD. See Abramson 
Abram Ann Mrs., furnished rooms, 915 Market 
Abram John, r. 916 Market 
Abraniovich Andrew (Abramovich & Serovich) r. 

1706 Polk 
Abramovich Brothers (John and Drago) fruits, veg- 
etables, etc., 1601 Polk 
Abramovich Drago (Abramovich Bros.) r. 1501 Polk 
Abramovich John (Abramovich Brothers, and Militch 
& Abramovich) r. 1501 Polk 



Abramovich & Serovich (Andrew Abramovich and 

Theodore Serovich) fruit and produce, 1706 Polk 

Abrams , r. 29 Dupont 

Abrams Adolph, barber, r. 1305 Leavenworth 
Abrams Augustus D., stripper I. S. Rosenbaum & 

Co., r. SW cor Tyler and Van Ness Av 
Abrams Baron D., salesman Charles Ealisky, r. SW 

cor Tyler and Van Ness Av 
Abrams David, merchant, r. SW cor Tyler and Van 

Ness Av 
Abrams H., student Medical College of the Pacific, r. 

1359 Post 
Abrams H., tailor Lancaster & Northon. r. Oakland 
Abrams Harry, compositor W. T. Baggett & Co., r. 

1359 Post 
Abrams Herman, fruits and vegetables, 238 Fonrth, 

r. 248 Clementina 
Abrams Isaac, clothing, 50 Third, r. 433 Pacific 
Abrams Isaac, salesman Weil & Woodleaf, r. 502 

Bush 
Abrams Jacob, clerk Herman Abrams, r. 248 Clem- 
entina 
Abrams John (Abrams & Carroll) r. 21 Powell 
Abrams Jonas, r. 128 Olive Ay 
Abrams Joseph D., cltrk Abraham Andrews, r. SW 

cor Tyler and Van Ness Av 
Abrams Julius, bookkeeper, r. 1359 Poet 
Abrams Leon J., salesman Julius Leszynsky, r. 128 

Olive Av 
Abrams Lippman, peddler, r. 258 Clara 
Abrams M. Mrs., dressmaker, 938 Folsom 
Abrams Max, tailor, r. 938 Folsom 
Abrams Nathan, salesman Isaac Abrams, r. 431 Pacific 
Abrams N. T. Mrs., clerk John C. Clar, r. 1115 Tyler 
Abrams Rachel, widow, r. 1359 Post 
Abrams Robert, machinist Baldwin Theater, r. 205 

Fell 
Abrams Samuel, real estate and insurance agent, 140 

Montgomery, r. 507 Lombard 
Abrams Solomon, Riggers' Pro. Union, 614 Howard 
Abrams Thomas, printer, r. 8 Walnut Av 
Abrams William B., steward, r. 416 Broadway 
Abrams & Carroll (John Abrams and George L. 

Carroll) importers and wholesale druggists, 3 anil 

5 Front 
Abrams. See Abraham, .\braham8 ard Abram 
Abramson Edward (Abramson k Bacon) r. 226 Sutter 
Abi-aiusun J., watchmaker H. Traube, r. 323 Kearny 
Abrunison <)te Bucon (Edward Abramson and Gas- 
ton E. Bacon) chemists and druggists, SW cor Du- 
pont and Sutter, and 717 Clay, above Kearny 
Abramson. See Abrahamson 
Abrego Ysmael, salesman Huntington, Hopkins & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Ahreo .\ntonio P., Portuguese Pro. and Bener. Assn, 

415^ Drumm 
Abreo Manoel P., Portugaese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 M Drumm 
Academie Parisieniie, Mme. Louise Forstcr proprier 

tress, 912 Sutt< r 
Acndeiny Biiildinie^, 330 Pine 
Academy of Xaturul Science*, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Dupont 
Academy of Notre Dame, E B Dolores, bet Sixteenth 

and Seventeenth 
Accidental Consolidated Gold and Silver Mining Co. 
(Storey Co., Nev.) Otto Metchke secretary, 338 

Montgomery, room 20 
Acclimatizing Society, W. W. Traylor secretary, 37 

Nevada Block 
Aceret Annie, dressmaker, r. 708 Goiigb 
Aceret Jai'ob. gardener, r. 708 Oough 
Achesou Robert, hop and grain broker, 122 CUy, r. 

1103 Montgomery 
Achor Henry, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Achorn Albion O., carpenter, r. E 8 Dolores, bet 

Twenty-fifth aud Twenty-sixth 
Acker Frank V., carpenter and contractor, 1207 Polk. 

r. 105 Austin 
Acker 'Barnes, laborer Dohrmann & Co. 
Acker V. Mrs., dressmaker, 317 Sutter 
Acker William, mining, r. Commercial Hotel 
Ackermun Brothers (Samuel S., Hart S., Isidore 

S. and Inidiire H.) importers fancy gnods. 

crockery and general varieties, 123 Kearny and 

207 and"'.;09 Suiter 
Ackeriuan Carl, flourpacker, r. 329 Broadway 
Ackerman Caroline, widow, r. 520 Eddy 
Ackerman Charles, r. 734 Tehama 
Ackerman Charles, baker, r. 609 Jackson 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY, 



LACE CURTAINS. BLANKETS and FLANNELS 
A SPECIALTY. Office, 33 Geary St. 



MArnnMniinU importer op avd dealer in all kinds op foreign 

mnUUUIlUUUn, and domestic coal, *1 Market street, comer Spear. 



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Ackerman Charles L. (Naphtaly, Freidenrlch & Acker- 
man) attorney at law, 426 California, r. 423 Eddy 
Ackerman Claus, seaman, r, 329J4 Broadway 
Ackerman David, butcher Felix Uri, r. 315 Geary 
Ackerman Edward, salesman, r. 1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Emanuel, clerk D.N. & E. Walter & Co., r. 

1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Harry, captain schr Laura May, Union 

St.-VSTiarf 
Ackerman Hart S. (Ackerman Brothers) r. New York 
Ackerman Henry, bookkeeper, r. 520 Eddy 
Ackerman Hermann, master mariner, r. 2717 Ji Miss. 
Ackerman Hyman S., cashier Ackerman Bros., r. 420 

Eddy 
Ackerman Isadora H. (Ackerman Brothers) r. 832 

O'Farrell 
Ackerman Isadora 8. (Ackerman Brothers) r. 832 

O'Farrell 
Ackerman Jacob, driver Clay St. Hill RK. 
Ackerman John D., r. 807 Valencia 
Ackerman Robert, master mariner, r. 334 Ritch 
Ackerman Samuel, salesinan D. N. & E. Walter & 

Co., r. 1309 Larkin 
Ackerman Samuel S. (Ackerman Brothers) r. 832 

O'Farrell 
Ackerman Sigmund H., salesman Ackerman Bros., 

r. 832 O'Farrell 
Ackerman SigmaindL., traveling salesman Neustad- 

ter Bros., r. 520 Eddy 
Ackerman. See Akerman 
Ackers James, laborer, r. 11 Pacific 
Ackerson Charles H., contractor and builder, 215 

Kearny, room 7 
Ackerson George T., stockbroker, 314 Montgomery, 

room 4 
Ackerson James, assistant Sanitarium Baths, r. 2112 

Powell 
Ackerson Jennie S. Miss, r. 1627 Sutter 
Ackerson John W. (Hanson, Ackerson & Co) r. Ta- 

coma, Washington Territory 
Ackerson William E., chief repairer Fire Alarm and 

Police Telegraph, r. Brenham PI, nr Clay 
Aokley Lyman, r. 915 Ji Howard 
Ackman William, master mariner, office 12 Clay 
Acme Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., Cal.) Daniel 

Buck secretary, 80 Nevada Block 
Acosta Antonio, sashmaker Smith & Davis, r. 20 

Bcott PI 
Acott John, machinist William Hawkins, r. Buchanan 

Alley, nr Howard 
Acres Richard T., paperruler H. S.Crocker & Co., r. 

743 Pine 
Acton Martin J., expressman, r. 15 Elliot Park 
Acton Richard, harness and saddlery, 2760 Mission 
Acton Robert, bootmaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 6 

Rose Av 
Actrian Frank I., butcher, r. 1221 York 
Adair Elmer I., r. 715 Polk 
Adair George B., salesman James E. Gordon & Co., r. 

961 Mission 
Adair Jennie, widow, r. 124 Clinton 
Adair Joseph, night watchman, r. 124 Clinton 
Adair William H., apothecary G. G. Burnett, r. 327 

Montgomery 
Adam George, steward U. S. Marine Hospital 
Adam Thomas (Adam & Kibbe) r. 607 Gough 
Adam & Kibbe (Thomas Adam and Millard Eibbe) 

wines and liquors, junction Market, Kearny, and 

Geary 
Adami John, expressman, cor Stockton and Jackson, 

. r. 113 Virginia 
Adami Joseph, fisherman Front St. Wharf 
Adamich John, barkeeper John Workman, r.9 Bdwy. 

Adams , r. 118 Post 

Adams A., fisherman, r. 33 Hinckley 

Adams Adolph, salesman, r. 1714 Mason 

Adams A. H., salesman Davis Brothers, r. 32 Fourth 

Adams Albert F., blacksmith, r. 1G03 Mission 

Adams Albert F., Internal Revenue and Custom House 

broker, 417 Washington, r. Alameda 
Adamg Alexander P., manuf compressed cofifee, 

51 Fremont, r. 109 Twenty-fourth 
Adams Amos, secretary Grangers' Business Assn, 

office 106 Davis, r. 108 Ellis 
Adams Amos C, attorney at law, 38 and 39 Mont- 
gomery Block, r. Oakland 
Adams Andrew J., mining, 330 Pine, room 26, r. 313 

• O'Farrell 
Adams Andrew L., carpenter and millwright, r. Chi- 
cago Hotel 



Adams Annie Miss, actress Baldwin Theater, r. 225 

O'Farrell 
Adams Arthur L., night clerk Post Office, r. 1053 Miss. 
Adams August, seaman, r. Sanders' Hotel 
Adams Charles, r. 102 Minna 
Adams Charles, laborer, r. 203 Francisco 
Adams Charles, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. SE cor 

Mariposa and Mississippi 
Adams Charles, master mariner, r. SW cor Pennsyl- 
vania Av and Solano 
Adams Charles, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 613 Howard 
Adams Charles, seaman schr Felicity, Sixth St.Wharf 
Adams Charles, water tender Oregon 88. George W. 

Elder, Folsom St.AVharf 
Adams Charles D., porter O. F. Willey & Co., r. Wb 

Twelfth Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 
Adams Charles F., clerk Butler &Haldan, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Charles W., carpenter, r. 235 Eighth 
Adams Charles W., real estate, 408 California, r. 502 

Taylor 
Adams Christopher, cutler, gunsmith, etc., 508 Com- 
mercial, r. 529 Union 
Adams Clara A. Miss, assistant Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams Conrad, liquor saloon, 7 Wash., r. 218 Ritch 
Adams C.W., workman coiner's dept U. 8. Mint, r. 502 

Taylor 
Adams Cyrus, salesman Jonas Schoenfeld, r. East 

Oakland 
Adams Daniel, seaman, r. 206 Steuart 
Adams Daniel S., shoemaker Chase & Blesi, r. 636 

Commercial 
Adams David W., blacksmith City RR., r. 1603 Miss. 
Adams Edson, real estate, 91 and 92 Montgomery 

Block, r. Oakland 
Adams Edward, laborer JEtna Iron Works, r. 246 First 
Adams Edwin, cutter P. & F. G. Conklin, r. 503 Nar 

toma 
Adams Edward F., manager A. 8. Barnes & Co., 3 

Montgomery, r. 414 Bartlett 
Adams Emerson, local policeman, r. 1837 Market 
Adams Fanny Mrs., chambermaid Chicago Hotel 
Adams Florence 8. Miss, assistant Tyler Street Pri- 
mary School, r. 586 Buchanan 
Adams Frank, laborer Pacific Coast SS. Co., r. 1001 

Battery, rear 
Adams Frank, longshoreman Charles E. Haseltine 
Adams Frank M., mining, 330 Pine, room 26, r. 211 

Gough 
Adams Fred. , attorney at law, 405 Kearny 
Adams Frederick R., blacksmith, r. 1603 Mission 
Adams George, conductor N. B. and Mission RR., r. 

218 Ritch 
Adams George, expressman, cor Post and Dupont, r. 

820 Green 
Adams George, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Adams George E., watchman, r. cor Pearl and Guer- 
rero 
Adams George F., clerk Fratinger & Noll, r. 1910 Hyde 
Adams George M., foreman cutting room U. 8. Mint, 

r. 586 Buchanan 
Adams George P., r. 515 Jones 

Adams George R., clerk Custom House, r. 807 Tyler 
Adams George W., lumber surveyor. Pier 13 Steuart, 

r. 502 Bush 
Adams Harry A., clerk Williams, Dimond b Co.,'r. 

825 Bush 
Adams Harry H., blacksmith, W s Mission Road, south 

of Ocean House Road, r. 832 Valencia 
Adams Henry, brewer Broadway Brewery, r. 10 Polk 

Lane 
Adams Henry, miller, r. 20 Jessie, rear 
Adams Henry, shoemaker, r. 341 Minna 
Adams Henry B,, gunsmith Liddle & Kaeding, r. 2002 

Powell 
Adams Henry W., collector Board of Trade of 8. F., r. 

1522 Eddy 
Adams Herbert, watertender Oregon SS. George W. 

Elder 
Adams Herman, tailor, r. 104 Ellis 
Adams Hill Consolidated Mining Co. (Eureka, Nevada) 

D. A. Jennings secretary, 401 California 
Adams Horace (Goss & Adams) r. 201 Powell 
Adams House, Clark Clapp proptr, 619 Sacramento 
Adams Howard N., carpenter, r. 328 Hayes - 
Adams Howard N., special policeman, r. 439 Jessie 
Adams Isaac, barber Martin Koerner, r. 704 Ellis 
Adams Isaac, blacksmith, r. 10 Broadway 
Adams Jacob, proptr Broadway Brewery, 637 Broad- 
way, r. 628 Broadway 



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Adams Jacob F., carpenter, r. 623 Davis 

Adams James (Adams & Butler) r. 26 ■Washington Av 

Adams James, brassfinjsher William T. Garratt 

Adams James H., r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams J. B., artist, 12 Ellis 

Adams Jewett W., r. 648 Market 

Adams J. Fred., barber Harry Bernard, r. 55 Second 

Adams Joel, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 725 Bran. 

Adams John, r. 36 Geary 

Adams John, carriagemaker Carvill Manuf Co., r. 1320 
Guerrero 

Adams John, clerk, r. 128 Post 

Adams John, farmer, r. Keystone House 

Adams John, foreman James Beatty, r. W s Seventh 
Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 

Adams John, laborer, r. 1318 Dupont 

Adams John, laborer City Cab and Carriage Stables, r. 
54 Third 

Adams John, teamster, r. 211 Ji Perry 

Adams John, waiter Lick House 

Adams John M. (Adams k Carter) r. 1611 Larkin 

Adams John P., steward Hose No. 3, S F. F. D., r. E s 
Folsom, bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

Adams John Q., atty at law, 604 Clay, r. 1028 Vallejo 

Adams John Q., clerkNevada Bank of S.F.,r. 734 Sutter 

Adams John Quincy, plumber, r. 734 Tehama 

Adams John S., driver Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 917 Tyler 

Adams John W., watchman, r. NW cor Spear and Har- 
rison 

Adams Joseph B., bookkeeper, r. SW cor Pennsylva- 
nia Av and Solano 

Adams Josephine M. Miss, saleswoman Singer Manuf. 
Co., r. 122 Taylor 

Adams J. P., bootblack, Ver Mehr PI, nr Kearny 

Adams Laura Mrs., vocalist, r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Adams Lawson S. (Adams, McNeill & Co., Sacramen- 
to) office 405 Front, r. 825 Bush 

Adams Lemuel C, traveling salesman Folger, Schill- 
ing & Co., r. 800 Powell 

Adams Leonard (Goss & Adams) r. 201 Powell 

Adams Lucy F. Miss, assistant Turk St. Primary 
School, r. 1910 Hyde 

Adams Martin H., carriagesmith Charles J. Moyes, r. 
1636 Tyler 

Adams Mary, widow, r. 125 Clara 

Adams Mary Miss, milliner, r. 1615 Jones 

Adams, McNeill & Co. (Sacramento) wholesale grocers, 
office 405 Front 

Adams Miunie Miss, fringemaker Pac. Fringe Co., r. 
974 Howard 

Adams N., Ship and Steamboat Joiners' Assn, Dasha- 
way Hall 

Adams Nelson B., journalist, r. Fifteenth Av., bet F 
and G, South S. F. 

Adams Nelson J., clerk Garrett "W. Mlddlehoflf, r. 586 
Buchanan 

Adams Otis, butcher, r. Eleventh Av, nr Railroad Av, 
South 8. F. 

Adama Peter O., shoemaker, r. 207 Folsom 

Adams Rachael Mrs., r. 704 Ellis 

Adams Rhoda, widow, r. 826 Green, rear 

Adams Richard, teamster, r. 818 Brannan 

Adams Ross M., hatter Pedro Noriega, r. 1117 Mont. 

Adams Samuel, homeopathic pharmacy, 316 Post, r. 
1533 Sutter 

Adams Samuel, shipcarpenter, r. N 8 Twenty-eighth, 
bet Church and Sanchez 

Adams Samuel W., blacksmith, r. 1C03 Mission 

Adams Sarah, domestic 1314 Tyler 

Adams Thomas B., captain bark Rival, r. 442 Twenty- 
second 

Adams Timothy W., sawsmlth Nathan W. Spaulding, 
r. 3 Bowles PI 

Adams Walter, clerk, r. 100 McAllister 

Adams William, r. 1112 Mason 

Adams William, farmer, r. Keystone House 

Adams William, sale-sinan Taber, Harker & Co, r. 127 
Kearny 

Adams William A., stevedore, r. 331 Green 

Adams William H.,clerk3. F. Bulletin Co., r. Alameda 

Adams William H., porter, r. 1320 Guerrero 
Adams William J., lumber aud shipping. Pier 
17 Steuart, and proptr beabeck Mills, W. T., r. 
Fair Oaks, San Mateo Co. 
Adams William L., clerk William J. Adams, r. Fair 

Oaks, San Mateo Co. 
Adams William M., shipcarpenter Mlddlemaa & 

Boole, r. 207 Main 
Adams William P., machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 
SE cor Shasta and Michigan 



Adams Z. B., salesman Main & Winchester, r. 1622 

Eddy 
Adams & Butler (James Adams and Thomas J. Butler) 

bay, grain and feed, 42 and 44 Clay 
Adams & Carter (John M. Adams and William F. Car- 
ter) mining and mechanical engineers, and agents 

The Ftue Ore Concentrator, 109 California, room 7 
Adams. See Adam and McAdams 
Adamson John, laborer, r. 17 Harrison Av, rear 
Adamson Richard, salesman Murphy, Grant & Co., r. 

1913 Stevenson 
Adamson William, captain ship Belvidere 
Adamson W. R. H., bookkeeper James R. Kelly k Co., 

r. East Oakland 
Adcock E. Mrs., milliner, 221 Post 
Adcock Edwin, r. 221 Post 

Adcock John T., salesman Charles F. Doe, r. 1222 Bush 
Adcock Robert A., clerk A. M. Simpson & Bro.,Beale 

St.Wharf , r. 541 Second 
Adcock William, r. 56 Tehama 
Adcock William N., jeweler H. Elleau, r. 403 Oak 
Addenda Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono 

Co.) Thomas H. Dixon secretary, 238 Montgomery 
Addison George, steward stmr Mary B. WllllamB, 

Jackson St.Wharf 
Addy F., porter Pacific Coast S8. Senator 
Ade Fredericka, domestic 900 O'Farrell 
Adelphl Theater, Ned Buckley proptr, 607 California 
Adelsdorfer Ernest (Ernest Adelsdorfer & Co.) r. 1605 

Gough 
Adelsdoi-fer Ernest & Co. (Ernest Adelsdorfer) 

manufs and dealers teas, coffee, spices and yeast 

powder, 406 and 408 Sansome 
Adelsdorfer J . Miss, r. 627 Larkin 
Adelsdorfer Joseph, salesman Frankenthal & Co., r. 

501 Van Ness Av 
Adelsdorfer William, bookkeeper Ernest Adelsdorfer 

& Co., r. 1605 Gough 
Adelsdorfer Zacharias, merchant, r. 1605 Gough 
Adelson Julius (Macowsky & Adelson) r. 359ii Te- 
hama 
Adelson Max, peddler, r. 23 Moss 
Adelstein Bernard, peddler, r. 25 Lafayette' 
Aden J. R., captain schr Anna Aden, r. Yftllejo, nr 

Montgomery 
Adergean Louis, lodgings, 736 Pacific 
Adie Charles A., clerk American Sugar Refinery, r. 

Oakland 
Adlara Benjamin, nig-ht watchman, r. lOOJii Jackson 
Adler Aaron A. (Jost & Adler) r. 830 Post 
Adler Adolph, bookkeeper Hart & Goodman, r. Ahl- 

bom House 
Adler Alexander, bookkeeper Ordensteln & Co., r. 613 

Post 
Adler Bar., real estate. r. 748 Howard 
Adler Bertha Mrs., bakery, 1026 Larkin 
Adler Carrie Miss, r. 2426 Sacramento 
Adler Charles, r. 915 Geary 

Adler Charles (W. & I. Steinhart & Co.) r. Alameda 
Adler Charles E., salesman Fecbheimer, Goodklnd k 

Co., r. 1517 Van Ness Av 
Adler David, bookkeeper Jacob Schoenfeld, r. NE cor 

Halgbt and Octavia 
Adler David, butcher, 3 Hayes Valley Market, r. 406 

Gough 
Adler David, crockery, 1009 Stockton 
Adler Henry, farmer, r. 58 Crocker 
Adler Herman, r. 309 Powell 
Adler Jacob, clerk Haas Brothers, r. 513 Post 
Adler J. E., salesman Ackcrman Bros., r. 1026 Larkin 
Adler John, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Adler Joseph, clerk Merchants' Exchange Assa, r. 13 

Hopeton Terrace 
Adler Joseph, me.ssenger Free Public Library, r. NW 

cor Octavia and Haight 
Adler Julius, local agent Union Ins. Co., r. 513 Post 
Adler Leoi^old, r. 910 Geary 

Adler Leopold (Sihwerdt & Adler) r. 637 Stevenson 
Adler Louis, shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. NE cor Haight 

and Octavia 
Adler Maurice, butcher David Adler, r. 406 Gough 
Adler Max, Cigarmakers' .\ssn, 771 Market 
Adler Morris, butcher, 302 Beale, r. 315 Fulton 
Adler Morris, salesman Altschul, Seller & Co., r. 748 

Howard 
Adler Moses, r. 305 Kearny 
Adler Moses, clothing, 934 Dupont, r. 13 Hopeton 

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Adler Robert, bootcutter 8. W. Levy, r. NE cor Octa- 
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Adler Samuel, butcher David Adler. r. 106 Gough 
Adler Samuel, salesman E. Mansbach & Co., r. 622 

Tyler 
Adler Sigmund, clerk, r. 513 Post 
Adler Solomon, merchant, r. (i'^2 Tyler 
Adlington David >I., carpenter, r. 1125 Kearny 
Adlof E. B., tailor, r. 14 Stanford 
Adlum Edward, steerage steward Pacific Coast SS. 

Ancon, Broadway yharf 
Admansen T., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel. 
Administrator Public, office 620 Washington 
Adney Robert C. J. (Petersen, Shepherd & Co.) r. 528 

California 
Adolphus Sophia (widow) r. 732 Vallejo, 
Adonis Byron, journalist Le Petit Journal, r, 210 

Montgomery Av 
Adoraiddio Vincenzo, carpenter, r. 339 Union 
Adrian Adrian, dyer F. C. Hagerup, r. 70(5 Howard 
Adrian Frank (Adrian & Stoer) r. 1221 York 
Adrian George, barber Christopher Heider, r. 502 

Bush 
Adrian|Gu8sle, domestic 1943 Geary 
Adrian & Stoer (Frank Adrian and George Stoer) 

market, NW cor. Bryant and Twenty-fouj:th 
Aebeling W., tinsmith, r. 909 Kearny 
Aemi George, Swiss Benev. Assn, 109 Montgomery 
Aessalino Salvatore, cook Joseph Giusti, r. E s 

Twenty-seventh, bet Folsom and Harrison 
./S!tna Insurance Co. of Hartfoid, Conn., George 

0. Boardman manager, Heniy Carlton Jr., city 

agent, 311 California 
./£tua Iron Works, Pendergast, Smith & Co. 

proprietors, 217-221 Fremont, bet Howard and 

Folsom 
Mtn& Life Insurance Co. (Hartford, Conn.) Charles 

W. Dannals manager, 504 Kearny 
MtDtL Silver Mining Co. (Glooe District, Arizona) 

James S. Benear secretary, 420 Montgomery 
Aeukens P., seaman, r. North Pacific fiotel 
Afeld Josei^h, sheet music and stationery, 805 Larkin 
Aflfolter George S., printer, r. 623 Howard 
Agard George L,, clerk, r. 311 Green 
Agard John A., clerk Atkinson, Doud & Co., r. 311 

Green 
Agard W. A. T., surveyor Lawrence H. Shortt, r. 311 

■ Green 
Agard 'William B., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

311 Green 
Agaton Eniile, butcher C. P. Howland, r. 32 Fourth 
Agatz Fred W., clerk, r. 22 Geary 
Agee Robert P., salesman, r. 133 Fifteenth 
Agemann Christopher, teamster U. S. druyman, r. 021 

Second 
Ager Elisha C, graincleaning machinery, S s Green- 
wich, bet Sansome and Battery, r. cor Germania 

and Fillmore 
Ager James E. (Bacon & Co.) r. Oakland 
Ager John E., cashier Mutual Life Insurance Co., r. 

2842 Mission 
Agnau John, laborer Pacific Asphaltum Co., r. 420 

Jackson 
Agnes Alexander, captain schr Sophia Hager, Third 

St. Wharf 
Agnew Frank L., clerk 8. F. 

Co., r. 59 South Park 
Agnew Gilmore, compositor 8 

Mission 
Agnew James P., cashier S. F. & North Pacific ER. 

Co., r. 59 South Park 
Agnew John J., teamster S. F 

Ellis 

Agnew Patrick, calker Middlemas & Boole, r. 314 Main 
Agnew Eichard, carpenter U. S. ship Alert, r. 10 Bry- 
ant Av, rear 
Agnew Robert, miner, r. N s Filbert, bet Montgomery 

and Sansome 
, Agnew Rose, widow, r. 147 Valencia 
Agnew Samuel, porter Merry, FauU k Co., r. W a 

Dolores, bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Agnew Thomas, city agent and surveyor State Invest- 
ment and Insurance Co., 218 Sansome, r. 2129 Bush 
Agnew William, teamster S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 873 

Folsom 
Agiiew William C, teamster, r. 116 Clara 
Agrell Teresita, widow, r. 910 Taylor 
Agren Oscar, seaman Pacific Coast SS. Senator, r. 9 

Pacific 
Agricultural Fire Insurance Co. (of Water- 
town, New York) Hutchinson & Mann agents, 

322 and 324 California 



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Agricultural Park, Peter W. Black proptr, N s Point 
Lobes Av, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-sev- 
enth Avs 
Aguilar Gertrudes Contreras, widow, r. 810 Mont. 
Aguirre Gavina, widow, r. 825 Vallejo 
Aguirre Hllaria, widow, r. 10 Salmon 
Aguirre John M., real estate, r. 2 Gardner Alley 
Aguirre Josephine Miss, dressmaker, r. 2 Gardner Al. 
Aguirre Martin J., commission broker, r. 2 Gardner Al. 
Aguirre Martinano, tailor Francisco Burrola, r. 1517 

Dupt)ut 
Aguirre Pittro, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 Mont. 
Agust Erick, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Ahearn Ellen Mrs., ladies' nurse, r. 1422 Broadway 
Ahearn James, laborer, r. 868 Folsom 
Ahearu Maria, widow, r. NW cor Twenty-third and 

San Jose Av 
Ahearn Maurice J., molder Steiger & Kerr, r. 1422 

Broadway 
Ahearn Patrick, lamplighter S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

123 Ash Av 
Ahearn Thomas, fireman tug Neptune, r. 217 Broadway 
Ahearn. See .\hern and Aherne 

Ahern Arthur J., carpenter Roman Catholic Orphan 
Asylum, r. N, bet Eighteenth and Twentieth Ave, 
South S. F. 
Ahem Catherina (widow) bakery, r. 316 Folsom 
Ahern Daniel, laborer, r. 018 Minna (rear) 
Ahern Daniel, laborer Laurel Hill Cemetery, r. 1611 

Broderick 
Ahern Daniel, raftsman, r. 566 Howard 
Ahern Daniel G., plasterer Robert Cross, r. 11 Hunt 
Ahern Ellen Mrs., bakery, 1820 Ellis 
Ahern James, wood and coal, 1113 Bryant 
Ahern James, plumber, r. NW cor Larkin and Ash 
Ahern John, r. 8 Bowie Av 
Ahern John, longshoreman, r. .538 Mission 
Ahern John M., wines and liquors, N W cor Ash Av and 

Larkin 
Ahern John W., barkeeper John M. Ahern, NW cor 

Ash Av and Larkin 
Ahern M. A. Miss, assistant Eighth St. Primary 

School, r. 213 Larkin 
Ahern Martin (Ahern & Co) r. 803 Montgomery 
Ahern Maurice, raftsman, r. 566 Howard 
Ahern Maurice, watchman South Pacific Coast ER, r. 

645 J4 Stevenson 
Ahern lilichael, bootmaker Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. 1820 Ellis 
Ahern Michael, laborer, r. 5 Columbia PI 
Ahern Nora, domestic 727 Gough 
Ahern Patrick, dockhaud Central Pac. RE., Oakland 

Ferry, r. Oakland 
Ahern Patrick, driver N. B. and Mission RB 
Ahern Patrick, laborer, r. 213 Elm Av 
Ahern Patrick, laborer, r. 3035 }5 Sixteenth 
Ahern Patrick, tailor, 2021 Mission 
Ahern Eichard, Painters' Pro. Union, 771 Market 
Ahern Roger, carpenter Hiberuia Brewery, r. 327 

Eighth 
Ahern Thomas, r. Branch House 
Ahern Thomas, fireman tug Neptune, r. 217 Bdwy 
Ahern William, clerk, r. 509 Washington 
Ahern & Co. (Martin Ahern and Dennis W. Long) fruit 

and produce, 208 Washington 
Aherne Denis, salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & Co., r 

123 Ash Av 
Aherne M. J., stock dealer, 331 Montgomery, room 16 
Aherne. See Ahearn and Ahem. 
Ahlbach Jacob, tinsmith, r. 1506 Folsom 
Ahlbach Julia, widow, r. 313 Seventh 
Ahlbach William, r. 1506 Folsom 
Ahlbom August, cook Ahlbom House, r. 3 Eddy PI 
Ahlborn Charles (Ahlbom & Boeckmann) r. Ahlbom 

House 
Ahlborn Henry, expressman, r. 23 Johnson Av 
Ahlborn House, Ahlbom & Boeckmann proptrs, 

,321 and 323 Dupont 
Ahlborn Minna Miss, r. 637 Minna 
Ahlbom Philip, expressman, r. 15 J^ Bryant Av 
Ahlborn W. D., physician, r. 419 Laguna 
AlUbom <& Boeckmann (Charles Ahlbom and 
George Boeckmann) proptrs Ahlborn House, 321 
and 323 Dupont 
Ahlers Diedrich, bartender 8. P. ColllnB & Co., r. 157?!$ 

Tehama 
Ahlers George, liquorsaloon, 229 Spear 
Ahlers John D., groceries and liquors, SW cor Valen- 
cia and Twenty-third 
Ahlers John H. (Ahlers & Boeckmann) , r. 107 Austin 



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Ahlers William, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 114 

Dore, rear 
Alilers &Boeokmanu (J. H. Ahlers and D. H. Boeck- 
Diann), groceries and liquors, NW cor Polk and 
Austin 
Ablers. See Alers. 
Ablert Frederick, bakery, 2215 Post 
Ablert G. Q.. with Lacbman & Jacobi, r. 1620 Devisa- 

dero 
Ablf Annie, domestic, 1411 California 
Ahlf Diedricb, hog-rancb. Fifth Av, nr K, South S. F. 
Ahlgren Charles, baker, Brooklyn Hotel 
Ahlgren John, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
Ablstrom John, ehoemaker, r. 3 Mary Lane 
Ahms Henry W., clerk, r. 1007 Folsom 
Ahms Herman, carpenter, r. 1007 Folsom 
AhiMS Isabella Mifs, costumeniaker, r. 1007 Folsom 
Ahuert August, junk, 31S Francisco, r. 417 Francisco 
Ahnstram Jacob S., musician, r. 528 Bush, rear 
Ahpel Carl, bookkeeper D. Samuels, r. 838 McAllister 
Ahpel Edward, r. 7 Dupont 
Ahpel Nathan, stockclerk W. & I. Steinhart & Co., r. 

7 Dupont 
Ahrens Charles, cabinetmaker Charles Elemm, r. 148 

Bluxome 
Ahrens Christian, watchmaker and jeweler, 616 Wash 
Ahrens D. & G., groceries and liquors, 138 Third and 

SW cor Mission and Main 
Ahrens Diedrich (D. & G. Ahrens), r. SW cor Mission 

and Main 
Ahrens Frederick, butcher John C. Lutz, r. 20 Page 
Ahrens George (D. & G. Ahrens) , r. 21 Bitch 
Ahrens George, clerk Christian Ahrens, r. 616 Wash 
Alirens H. & Co. (H. Ahrens, Henry Tietjen and 
Theodore Von Borstel) proptrs Chicago Brewery, 
14i0 Pine 
Ahrens Henry (H. Ahrens & Co.) r. 1420 Pine 
Ahrens Henrj', grocer, r. 1419 Folsom 
Ahrens Henry, waiter R. J. Techau. r. 272 Minna 
Ahrens Henry H., cooper Mattulath Manufacturing 

Co.,r. 4F.0 Eighth 
Ahrens Jacob H., liquor saloon and restaurant, SW 

cor Davis and Clay, r. Oakland 
Ahrens John, farmer, r. Keystone House 
Ahrens Julia, domestic 1318 Geary 
Ahrens Loui.« X., Clgarmakers' Assn,' 771 Market 
Ahrens Nellie, domestic 1326 Geary 
Ahrens Nicholas (Ahrens & Shattuck) r. 106 Minna 
Ahrens Patrick, driver Central RB. r. 3038 J<i Sixteenth 
Ahrens William (Von Soosten & Ahrens) r. SW cor 

Folsom and Sixteenth 
Ahrens William F., drayman, r. 1715 Sutter 
Ahrens & Shattuck (Nicholas Ahrens and Orville J. 
ShaHuck) groceries and liquors, NW cor Second 
and Minna 
Ahrens. See Arens. 
Ahrensberg Baruch, butcher E. Trittenbach, r. 824 

Green 
Ahrns Frank A., seaman schr John Nagle, r. 119 Jack- 
son 
Ahumada Joseph M., real-estate, 137 Montgomery, 

room 30 
Aibischi-r Bruno, real-estate, r. 1337 Dupont 
Aibischer Joseph, carpenter, r. 1337 Dupont 
Aich Rudolph, giirdener, r. 2926 Sacramento 
Aicher Frank, loc-ksmlth, r. 1618 Stockton, rear 
Aid Union, George Wentzel manager, 29 Kearny 
Aigeltinger Charles A., r. 125 Olive Av 
Aigeltiuger Charles A. Jr., laborer Renton Coal Co., r. 

125 Olive .\v 
Aigeltinger Edward, laborer, r. 125 Olive Av 
Aigeltinger Georgt', miller, r. 125 Olive Av 
Aigeltinger Leopold, furrier, r. 1069 Howard 
Aiken Addie E. Mis.s, assistant Broadway Grammar 

School, r. 1221 Washington 
Aiken Andrew, foreman Chase & Wolff 
Aiken Henry M. (Aiken A: Ogle) r. 314 Fifth 
Aiken James, laborer William Kerr, r. 909 Battery 
Aiken John, sailmaker, r. 914 Geary 
Aiken Martha, widow, r. 59 Shii)ley 
Aiken Robert, salesman R. M. Black, r. 1327 Ellis 
Aiken William, jeweler, r. 223 Shotwell 
Aiken Will,iam, reporter Daily Stock Report, r. 28 

Ellis 
Aiken William H., attorney at law, 620 Washington, 

r. 1221 Washington 
Aiken & Ogle (Henry M. Aiken and John Ogle) wood 

coal, NW cor Valencia and Twenty-second and 
Aiken. See Aitken 
Aikin Andrew 8., jewelry dealer, r. 618 California 



Ainsa Manuel, manager Pekin Tea Co., r. 526 Hayes 
Ainsberry Annie, r. 10 Gilbert 
Ainsberry Margaret, widow, r. 19 Gilbert 
Ainsberry Martin, laborer, r. 19 Gilbert 
Ainsley Anna Mrs., furnished rooms, 24 Sixth 
Ainslcy James E., compositor S. F. News Letter, r. 24 

Sixth 
Ainsley Joseph, engineer stmr Belle, Jackson St. 

Wharf - I 

Ainsley. See Inslee I 

Ainslie Francis, coUarmaker Main & Winchester, r. ' 
90 Everett ; 

Ainsworth Charles, firsi officer bark Ella, r. 2730 Miss. 
Ainsworth D. H. (D. H. Ainsworth & Co.) r. 435 

Geary 
Ainsworth D. H. & Co. (D. H. Ainsworth and H. H. 

Cowles) manufs patent fire kindlers, 770 Bryant 
Ainsworth Emma C, adjuster U. S. Mint, r. 821 Bush 
Ainsworth Frederick W., bookkeejier A. D. Reming- 
ton & Co..r. 1527 Sutter 
Ainsworth William, watchman freight dept Central 

Pac. RR., r. .516 Branuan 
Air Si>ace and Fo-wler's Yucca Boiler Cov- 
ering' Co., G. C. Fowler proptr, E. T. Bacon 
agent. 413 Pacific 
Aird Darling, blacksmith, r. 562 Bryant 
Aird James, blacksmith, r. 562 Bryant 
Ai^chison John, carpenter Moore k Wilkie, r. Ns 

Army, bet Church and Sanchez 
Aitken Charles H., Master Mariners' Benev. Assn, 

Druids Hall 
Aitken Edwin J., clerk Cope A: Boyd, r. 1511 Bdwy. 
Aitken Fannie Miss, dressmaker, r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken James (Moynihan & Aitken) r. SW cor Page 

and Devisadero 
Aitken James, boilermaker Moynihan & Aitken, r. 32 J< 

Zoe 
Aitken James, teamster, r. 909 Battery, rear. 
Aitken James C, machinist Tait & Hainque, r. 2835 

Harrison 
Aitken Janet, widow, r. NW cor Twenty-fifth and 

Capp 
Aitken John R. (Hayes & Co.) r. Oakland 
Aitken K. S. Mrs., furnished rooms and spirit medi- 
um. ■'^26 Kearny 
Aitken Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken Mary A. (widow) r. 1511 Broadway 
Aitken Roy H., real-estate agent, r. 277 Stevenson 
Aitken Samuel, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 

NW cor Twenty-fifth and Capp 
Aitken William, real-estate agent, 331 Kearny, r. 627 

Franklin 
Aitken. See Aiken 

Aitkens Albert E., watchman, r. 309 Filbert 
Ajax Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 
Cal.) A. F. Main secretary, 309 Cal., rooms lMid2 
Akeroyil James, woolgrader C. S. Moses & Co., r. 35 

Park Av 
Akeroyd Joseph, plumber, r. Turk Street Hotel 
Akers Harry, teamster, r. 1612 Buchanan 
Akins Charles H., policeman City Hall, r. 2230 Bush 
Akmann William (Meyer ^^ Akmann) r. NE cor Sev- 
enteenth and Eureka 
Alabama and Humboldt Consolidated Mining Co. 
(Star Distrii-t, Nev.) William H. Watson secretary, 
302 Montgcmiery, room 6 
Alacran Silver Mining Co. (Mexico) Lester L. Robin- 
son president, 320 Sansome, room 23 

Alameda , fisherman, r. 221 Pacific 

Alameda and San Francisco Express, Alfred W. Lind 

projitr, 331 East 
Alameaa and San Francisco Express, Frank W. Gree- 
ley proptr, 3 Market 
Alameda Building and Loan Association, Moritz 
Friedrlch secretary, 309 California, rooms 1 and 2 
Alameda Ferry, foot Market 
Alameda Land and Investment Co., Frank Coy & Co. 

agents, 430 Montgomery, room 1 
Alameda Mining Co. (Ward Co., Nev.) Frederick R. 
Bunker secretary, 606 Montgomery, rooms 2 and 3 
Alameda Real Estate Association, J. E. Damon mana- 
ger, 607 Montgomery 
Alarme Louis (Peterson & Alarme) r. 1133 Dupont 
Alarte Rita, widow, r. 2 Virginia PI 
Alaska Appeal, Ivan Petroff editor, 424 Montgomery 
Alaska Commercial Co., John F. Miller presi- 
dent, Emanuel Neumann secretary, 310 Sansome 
Alaska Mining and Commercial Co. (Alaska) 0. W. 

Crane secretary, 318 Pine, room 39 
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AJbach Henry, porter Bacliman Brothers, r. 2130 Mar- 
ket 
Alback Henry, r. 122 Post 
Albamar Henrii-h, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Albany Brevrery, F. Hagemann & Co. proptrs, TI- 
TS Everett 
Albany Thomas, carpenter, r. 26TJ^ Stevenson 
Albaugh Edward, agent Columbus Buggy Co., 9 Mer- 
chant's Exchange, r. 22 Geary 
Albee Charles, driver Underwriters' Fire Patrol, SW • 

cor Stevenson and Ecker 
Albee E. F., r. .307 Third 
Albemarle House, Mrs. M. F. Collins proprietress, 8 

Mason 
Alben Louis, special policeman, r. Eighteenth, bet 

Noe and Sanchez 
Alberg Frank, teamster Jean L.Vermeil, r. 608 Fourth 
Alberga George B., porter Pacific Stock Exchange, r. 

1220 Powell 
Alberigi Demetrlo, wood and coal, 315 Broadway 
Albers August, oyster dealer, 50 and 52 California 

Market, r. Alameda 
Albers George, blacksmith Sutter Street RR., r. 11 

Austin 
Albers Henry, laborer, r. 4T Vallejo 
Albers Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 9 Bryant 

Av, rear , 

Albers Herrmann, milkman, S b Point Lobos, bet 

Twenty-first and Twenty-second Avs 
Albers John, clerk, r. 14 Turk 
Albers Marcus, groceries and liquors,^5 Fourth 
Albers. See Alpers 
Albert Hem-y L., waiter Antonio Raicevich, r. 915 

Jackson 
Albert James E, bellman The Baldwin, r. 952 J^ How- 
ard 
Albert J. D., r. 26J<J Geary 

Albert John, laborer Andrews Behrens, r. 228 Mont- 
gomery Av 
Albert John S., clerk Michael Short, r. 952 Howard 
Albert Lewis (Lewis & Co.) r. 613 Pine 
Albert Louis, apprentice Frank M. Truworthy, r.W s 

Lobos, bet Orizaba and Capital, S.hu Miguel 
Albert Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1 Frank PI ■ 
Albert Thomas, mechanic, r. 1 Frank PI 
Albertl Frank, harpist, r. 1020 Stockton 
Alberto Antonio, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

415^ Drximm 
Alberto Joseph, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

415}^ Drumm 
Albertson Joseph A. (Albertson & Ely) r. Ill 

Powell 
Albertson <!k Ely (Joseph A. Albertson and Wal- 
lace A. Ely) physicians and surgeons. 111 Powell 
Albiez Erhard, wines and liquors, SE cor Tenth and 

Folsom 
Albin Louis, special policeman, r. W s Church, bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Albini Venauzio, laborer Campi's Restaurant 
Albion Brewery, J. H. Buruell & Brother propts, 

Ninth Av, bet G and H, South S. F. 
Albion Mining Co. (Eureka, Nev.) T>. F. Verdenal sec 

retary, 6 and T S. F. Stock Exchange Building 
Albion Pvittery (Antioch, Cal. ) W. S. Kay & Co. agents, 

12 apd 14 Mftrket 
Alborelli Antonio, upholsterer, r. 613 J4 Stockton 
Albrecht August (Schroder & Albrecht) r. West Oak- 
land 
Albrecht Bertha Miss, r. 1142 Market 
Albrecht Frederick, Cigarmakers' Assn., TTl Market 
Albrecht James, driver Frederick Eatz, r. 1006 Union 
Albrecht John, tailor. 528 Bush 
Albrecht Josejjh P., stock clerk Joseph M. Shotwell, 

r. 620 Branuan 
Albrecht Richard, confectioner and bakery, 109 Tay- 
lor 
Albrecht Rudolph, clerk Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 1237 

Folsom 
Albright Frederick, liquor saloon, junction 

Fourth and Kentucky 
Albright Isaac K., r. 123 Turk 
Albright John, milkman, r. NW cor Greenwich and 

Buchanan 
Alburger George, painter, r. 1220 Powell 
Alcaraz Jacobo, laborer, r. 4 Pollard PI, rear 
Alcayaga Jose, groceries, .524 Broadway 
Alcrea Charles, confectioner, r. 3 Chatham PI 
Alden Aldana V. Miss, r. 4 Bernard 
Alden Annie E. Miss, r. 4 Bernard 
Alden Editha Miss, r. The Baldwin 



Alden Fruit Preserving Co., A. G. Hawes secretary, 220 
Sansome, room 2 * 

Alden Louis D., r. 514 Bush 

Alden Samuel Jr., foreman A. T.Waite & Co.,r. 4 Bar-- 
nard 

Alden Samuel B., policeman City Hall, r. 4 Bernard 

Alden William, compositor The Argonaut, r. 24 Mint 
Av 

.\lder Gottlieb, clerk John Gantner, r. 627 Com 

Alderman Oscar, furnished rooms, 841 Clay 

Aldred Margaret, widow, r. 228 Second 

Aldred Robert, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 29 Jes- 
sie, reur 

Aldnch Frederick C, nurse Alms House 

Aldrich George A., engineer Southern Pac. RR.*, r. 226 
Sixteenth 

Aldrich George C, upholsterer, r. 308 Minna 

Aldrich Kate, widow, r. 210 Third 

Aldrich Louis, attorney at law, 607 Washington, r. 
2207 Larkin 

Aldrich Peter, seaman SB Areata, Pacific St. Wharf 

Aldrich Stuait, clerk Stewart, Van Clief & Herrin, r. 
2207 Larkin 

Aldrich William A., capitalist, 314 Cal.,r. 1011 Pine 

Aldrich. See Aldridge 

Aldridge Annie, widow, r. 915 Howard 

Aldridge Charles M., barber Stable & Bernhard, Palace 
Hotel, r. 505 Jones 

Aldridge Robert, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 54 
First 

Aldridge Stephen, r. Terminal Hotel 

Alegre Manuel M., corresponding clerk Wenceslao 
Loaiza, r. 742 Harrison 

Alemany Joseph S. Most Rev. , Archbishop of 
San Francisco, r. 628 California 

Alers Augustus, physician, office and r. 10 Ellis 

Alex Charles, seaman barkentine Ella, Slission St. 
Wharf 

Alex Joseph F., restaurant, 1408 Stock., r. 644 Natoma 

Alexander A., r. 905 Market 

Alexander Andrew, carpenter Pacific Mail SS. City of 
Sydney 

Alexander .\nna N. Miss, clerk U. 8. Surveyor-Gener- 
als Office, r. Black Point 

Alexander Archibald, sashm.aker Uriah Segars, r. 2209 
Pine 

Alexander Benjamin, clerk Mansfeld & Co., r. 706 Val- 
lejo 

Alexander Bertha, ladies' hairdresser, r. 914 Pacific 

Alexander Carrie Miss, r. 1421 Post 

Alexander Catherine, midwife, r. 522 Folsom 

Alexander Charles, cigars and tobacco, 975 Market, r. 
.500 Jessie 

Alexander Charles M., stoves and tinware, 211 Fourth 

Alexander Charles O., clerk Sperry & Co., r. Oakland 

Alexander D. & Co., manufs cigars and Importers to- 
bacco, 314 Sacramento 

Alexander David (D.Alexander & Co.) r. 1047 Harri- 
son 

Alexander David G., clerk Joseph P. Cantin, r. 2209 
Pine 

Alexander Edwin C, compositor Morning Call, r. 222 >i 
O'Farrell 

Alexander Elizabeth, widow, r. 505 Gough 

Alexander Esther Miss, artist, r. 311 Sutter 

Alexander Eva Miss, milliner, r. 311 Sutter 

Alexander Ezekiel, captain Pacific Coast SS. Ancon, r. 
2625 Pine 

Alexander Flora, widow, r. 904 Powell 

Alexander Frank A., pressman Francis, Valentine & 
Co., r. 1053 Market 

Alexander Frederick, painter Charles A. Bernard, r. 
XW cor Gough and Vallejo 

Alexander G., tailor, r. 704 J^ Mission 

Alexander Gautro, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 
1105 Powell 

Alexander George, clerk Samuel Laventhal, r. 904 
Powell 

Alexander George W., salesman Cohnreich Brothers, 
r. 411 Minna 

Alexander George Webb (Osbom & Alexander) r. 2432 
Pine 

Alexander Goodman, glazier, r. 32 Rausch 

Alexander H. Mrs., r. 625 Geary 

Alexander Henry, r. 733 Market 

Alexander Henry, clothing, 772 Howard 

Alexander Henry, salesman W.Cohen & Co., r. 774 How- 
ard \ 
Alexander I. E. Mrs., dressmaker, 313 Sutter 
Alexander Isaac, bootmaker, 406 Pacific 



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Alexander Isbam E., carpenter and builder, 7 Trinity, 

r. 3iaSutter 
Alexander J., r. The Baldwin 
Alexander Jacob A., hides and tallow, r. 2513 Clay 
Alexander James, wellsinker, r. 8 s Twenty-sixth, bet 

Sanchez and Xoe 
Alexander James, wood dealer, Berry St.Wharf . r. 434 

Sixth 
Alexander Jane, widow, r. 1211J4 Bush 
Alexander Janet, widow, r. 2209 Pine 
Alexander John, r. 219 Diipont 

Alexander John, hostler '\\"illlam Phillips, r. 66 Clem- 
entina 
Alexander Joseph, salesman Bosenbaum k Co., r. 617 

Green 
Alexander Joseph D., r. 1016 Green 
Alexander Julius, laborer A. 'Waldstein, r. 605 Gough 
Alexander Kate Miss, r. 612 Howard 
Alexander L., Cigarmakers' Assn, 771 Market 
Alexander Leopold, clerk Shainwald Brothers, r. 706 

Vallejo 
Alexander Leopold, painter, r. 851 Harrison 
Alexander Lvman, ladies' underwear, r. 615 Bush 
Alexander Max, capitalist, r. 1004 Minna 
Alexander Mining Co. (Nye Co., Nev.) Alexan- 
der B. Cooper secretary, 328 Montgomery, room 4 
Alexander Orlando, merchandise-broker, 214 Sansom, 

room 23, r. East Oakland 
Alexander Oscar, clerk S. O. Alexander & Co., r. 125 

O'Farrell 
Alexander Otto, clerk D. Alexander & Co., r. 1047 

Harrison 
Alexander Philip, clerk Schoenholz Brothers & Co., 

r. 311 Sutter 
Alexander Philip, dry and fancy goods, 2762 Mlsa 
Alexander R. Mrs., boarding and lodging, 311 Sutter 
Alexander Reuben F.. carpenter, r. E s McClellan, nr 

Cortland Av, Hernal Heights 
Alexander Rirhard 8., shipwright and calker, 15 

Drunim, r. 1025 Mission 
Alexander Robert, seaman Pacific Mail 83. South 

Carolina 
Alexander Samuel J., clerk, r. E s McClellan, nr Cort- 
land Av, Bemal Heights 
Alexander Samuel O. (8. O. Alexander & Co.) r. 125 

O'Farrell 
Alexander S. Cameron, teller Bank British Columbia, 

r. 1816 Dupont 
Alexander S. O. & Co. (Samuel O. Alexander and A. 

Marcus) wholesale clothing, 4 Bsttery 
Alexander T. Mrs., physician, 709 J4 McAllister 
Alexander Wallace, bookkeeper Joseph A. Rudkin, r. 

1016 Green 
Alexander William, clerk J. H. Sayre, r. 2209 Pine 
Alexander William F., painter, r. SW cor Gough and 

Vallejo 
Alexander William H., porter Colman Brothers, r. 

914 Pacific 
Alexander William T., r. 476 Jessie 
Alexander W. S., lieutenant U. S. A., r. Black Point 
Alexandre Theodore, r. 1113 Stockton 
Alexi Louis, laborer Pacific Coast Packing Co. 
Alexis Columbo, cook Saulmann's restaurant, r. 620 

Vallejo 
Alexo Jose F., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 415 )j 

Drumm 
Alexon Rachael, domestic 408 Ellis 
Alferltz Peter (Dellepiane & Co.) and groceries and 

liquors, 521 Montgomery Av, r. 620 Green 
Alfers Frederick, teamster, r. 3145^ Bitch 
Alfin William, waiter, r. 51 Second 
Alfred Frederick, r. 637 Pacific 
Alfred John, laborer, r. 1027 Dupont 
Alfred JohnN., compositor Winterbxim k Co., r. 809 

Mason 
Alfred Rose, widow, r. 551 Bryant 
Alfs Frank, clerk Naber, Alfs & Bnine, r. Alameda 
Alfs John, steward Henry Volhner, SW cor Pacific 

and East 
Alfs Louisa, domestic 222 Grove 
Alfs William (Naber, Alfs & Brune), r. Alameda 
Algren John, carpenter, r. 817 Jessie 
Algren John Jr., gardener, r. 817 Jessie 
Algur Hiram V., carpenter Continental Oil and 

Transportation Co., r. 105 Freelon 
Alhauibra Building, 319 Bush 
Alhauibra Hill Mining Co. (Silverado, Nev.) Henry 

G. Langley secretary, 14 Montgomery Av 
Alhambra Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.), Richard 

Wegener secretary, 414 California 



Alho Ignacio V., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

415)4 Drumm 
Aliaga Maria, widow, laundress, r. 13 Virginia PI 
Aliso Mills (Los Angeles) , Deming, Palmer & Co. 

proptrs, 202 and 204 Davis 
Alison Charles, wharfinger Second and Berry St. 

Wharf, r. 804 Third 
Alison Rufus B., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 804 Third 
Alison William, engineer, r. 804 Third 
Alison William H., oiler Pacific Mail SS. City of 

Peking , 

Alison. See Allison 

Allabaugh M., diessmaker, room 111 St. Ann's Bldg 
Allan P. McDonald, physician, office and r. 1030 Miss 
Allan Robert, musician Tivoli Garden, r. 504 M Third 
AUand Charles, tanner S. F. Tannery, r. E s San 

Bruno Road, bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth 
Alland Robert, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
AUard Lucretia C, widow, r. 1134)4 Bryant 
Allardt George F., civil engineer, 432 Montgomery, 

room 9, r. Oakland 
AUari Joseph, dealer delicacies, 55 and 56 Cal. Market, 

r. 417 Mason 
Allari Louis, fisherman Front St.Wharf 
Alldack Josepli, groceries, liquors, hay, coal, 

wood and boarding stable, SW cor Bush and 

Devipadero 
Alldack's Hall, Joseph Alldack proptr, SW cor Bush 

and Devisade.-o 
Alleck Robertjputcher, r. Ninth Av, bet K and L, 

South S. F. 
Allee Daniel, clerk C. V. Gilespie, r. 245 )i Stevenson 
AUegretti Gaetano, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Allegretti Ignacio, confectionery, 1433 Polk 
AUemania Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburg, Pa., 

Frank F. Stone agent, 209 Sansome 
Allen — , longshoreuiau Menzies, Bingham & Co. 
Allen A., farmer, r. 127 Jackson 
Allen Addison F., r. 410 Ca) p 
Allen Albert J., suwerintendent stables Market St. 

RB., r. 446 Sixteenth 
Allen Alexander, boxmaker, r. 2.54 Tehama 
Allen Alexander H., watchman 8. F. and Pac. Sugar 

Refinery, r. 514 Shotwell 
Allen Alfred D., mining, r. 906 McAllister 
Allen Allen W., heater Pac. Rolliiig Mill, r. W s 

Michigan, bet Napa and Shasta 
Allen Alonzo, clam dealer, r. 8 Alaska PI 
Allen Alonzo W., draughtsman Harvey W. Rice, r. 

761 5^ Howard 
Allen Andrew J., laborer, r. Bemal Heights 
Allen Annie, domestic 623 Bush 
Allen AugxistC, laborer U. 8. Appraisers' Stores, r. 

1004 Jackson 
Allen Benjamin, r. 531 Geary 
Allen Bennett G. (Wing k Allen), r. 1711 Eddy 
Allen Bessie Miss, r. 7 Carlos PI 
Allen C, laborer r. 410 Pacific 
Allen Carrie, widow, r. 9 Nevada 
Allen Cecelia Miss, glove sewer, r. 313 Beale 
Allen Charles, r. 215 Kearny 
Allen Charles, engineer, r. 12 Anthony 
Allen Charles, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. Seven- 

teenth Av bet K and L, South S. F? 
Allen Charles, laborer William W. Towle 
Allen Charles, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Allen Charles F., mining, r. 532 Ellis 
Allen Clinrlfa R., agent Pittsburg Coal Mining 

Co., and dealer all kinds coal, 120 Beale and 22 

Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Allen Charlotte, widow, r. 616 Natoma 
Allen C. J. Mrs., r. 1055 Stevenson 
Allen Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co. Nev.) J. 

■ W. Pew secretary, 310 Pine, room 17 
Allen David H. (D. H. Allen & Co.) r.l412 Sao 
Allen David K., mining, 320 Sansome, room 46, r. 

Oakland 
Allen Declan, carriagemaker M. J. McCue & Co., r. 

554 ii Natoma 
Allen I>. H. tfc Co. (David H. Allen and John Kel- 
ly) wholesale wines and liquors, 322-324 Front 
Allen D. M. Mrs., dressmaker, 531 Geary 
Allen E. C, clerk, r. 630)4 Valencia 
Allen Edgar L.. bookkeeper, r. 211 Eddy 
Allen Edward O. H., surgeon Pacific Mail SS. Tokio 
Allen Ed%vnr«l T., manufacturer's agent, hard- 
ware, cutlery and firearms, 515 Market, r. 19 Guy 

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Allen Elizabeth, widow, r. 313 Beale 

Alien Elizabeth S. Mrs., boarding, 122 Taylor 

Allen Elizjibeth Mrs., nurse 1118 Sutter 

Allen Ella Mrs., domestic 314 Oak 

Allen Emma Mrs., janitress Clement Grammar School 

Allen F. M., r. German Hotel 

Allen Francis, confectioner, r. 326 Sixteenth 

Allen Frank, machinist, r. Overland House 

Allen Frank H., bookkeeper Bowen Brothers, r. 320 

O'Farrell 
Allen Frederick E., brakeman Southern Pac. RB., r. 

516 Brannan 
Allen George, carpenter, r#312M Waller 
Allen George, carpenter, T. 362 Jessie 
Allen George, carpenter, r. 549 Tehama, bet Fifth and 

Sixth 
Allen George, Ship Calkers' Assn, Barra's Hall 
Allen George P., captain stmr Ceres, Jackson-St. 

Wharf 
Allen George 3., bookkeeper N. 9. Arnold & Co., r. 

Oakland ' 
Allen George W., iron molder Union Iron Works, r. 

313 Beale 
Allen George W., packer Folger, Schilling & Co., r. 

17(18 Fillmore 
Allen Harry, barber, 860 Howard, r. 616 Natoma 
Allen Henry C. traveling salesman Langley & Mi- 
chaels, r. i)01 Post 
Allen Henry F., with Allen & Lewis, r. 31 Essex 
Allen Henry M., real-e6t:ite. r. 321 Eddy 
Allen Herman, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Allen H. H., mining, 318 Pine, rooms 16 and 17 
Allen Hugh, florist, N s McAUisterf bet Buchanan 

and Laguna 
Allen Isaac, carpenter Southern Pac. RR. 
Allen Isaac, farmer, r. 127 Jackson 
Allen Isaac P., bullion and exchange clerk Bank of 

California, r. 1010 Bush 
Allen Isaac P., ship carpenter, r. 126 Perry 
Alien Isaac 8., r. 1028 Pine 

Mien Jacob O., proptr Hewitt's Hotel, 247 Second 
Allen James, chief engineer Pacific Coast SS. Ancon, 

r. 18 Ridley 
Allen James, exprc-psmnn, r. 1918 Pacific Av 
Allen James, laborer S. F. Gas Light Co. 
Allen James, bmgsboremau, r. cor Seventh Av and L, 

South S. F. 
Allen James, tailor, r. 6 Hunt 
Allen James, tailor, r. 272 Clementina (rear) 
Allen James, teamster C. A. Warren, r. 1214)<J Folsom 
Allen James, toilet article manuf. r. 728 Bay 
Allen James A., carpenter, r. 1155 Folsom 
Allen James G., master schr Alice EimbuU, office 271 

East, r. 403 Brannan 
Allen James M., r. 415 Stevenson 
Allen James M,, .judge Superior Court, Depart- 
ment No. 8, chambers 42 and 43 Montgomery 

Block, r. 230 Kearny 
Allen Jane (widow) r. NW cor Bay and Hyde 
Allen Jeremiah E., boarding and lodging, 20 Folsom 
Allen John, Boot and Shoemakers' Union, 771 Market 
Allen John. r. 24 First Av 
Allen John, carpenter, r. 32 Tyler 
Allen John, clerk J. C. Brownlee, r. Clara nr Fourth 
Allen John, cook Antonio Raicevich, r. 215 Harrison 
Allen John, drayman Bryden & Hinckley, r. 1 Laugton 
Allen John, drayman Wilmerding & Co., r. 1207 Mont 
Allen John, laborer, r. 863 M MarKet 
Allen John, milkman Michael Powers, r. 1148 Folsom 
Allen John, seaman, r. 131 Folsom 
Allen John, t-iilor John Kavanagh, r. 1315 Broadway 
Allen John, teacher music, 137 Post, r. 35 Clara 
Allen John, tinroofer Conlin & Roberts, r. 234 Fourth 
Allen John de W. H., with Allen & Lewis, r. 570 Har 
Allen John G., phonographic reporter, r. 911 Green- 
wich 
Allen John J., mining, r. 906 McAllister 
Allen John W., hackdrlver William Joseph, r. 923 

Greenwich 
Allen Joseph J., telegraph operator Pacific Mail SS 

Co., r. 223 Minna 
Allen J. P., stonecutter D.Sheerin 
Allen Julia Miss, compositor Golden Era, r. 728 Bay 
Allen Julian, conductor Market St. RK., r. S s (510) 

Sixteenth, bet Valencia and Rondel PI 
Allen Linaher S., specinl policeman, r. 320 Brannan 
Allen Lorenzo D., r. 2;U3 California 
Allen Lucius H. (.\llen & Lewis) , r. 570 Harris 
Allen Lumber S., shipwright, 107 Bryant, r. 320 Bran 
Allen Maggie, domestic, 1717 Bush 



Allen Mary Mrs., cloakmaker Cal. Cloak and Suit 

Manuf Co., r. 165 Silver 
Allen Mary G. Mrs., dressmaker, 732 Howard 
Allen Michael, liquor saloon, 309 Pine, r. W s Scott, 

bet Ellis and O'Farrell 
Allen Miles, castingcleaner Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, r. 511 Mission 
Allen N., drayman, r. 529 Sacramento 
Allen Newton, team.ster Charles S. Healey, r. E 8 Mis- 
sion, nr Twenty-ninth 
Allen Nicholas J., clerk George W. Reed, r. 1315 Bdwy 
Allen Oliver P., bookkeeper Bank of California, r. 308 

Eighteenth 
Allen P., Stonecutters' Pro. Assn., 818 Howard 
Allen Peter, seaman schr Bartlett Allen, Korth Point 

Dock 
Allen R., r. 224 Shotwell 
Allen Reece Bowen, collector, r. 304 Bartlett 
Allen Richard, laborer Joseph Macdonough, r. 330 

Spear 
Allen Richard K., speculator, r. 646 Market 
Allen Robert, cook, r. Sander's Hotel 
Allen Robert, musician, r. 312 Ji Minna 
Allen Robert E., compositor Examiner, r. 808 LeaT 
Allen Robert L., laborer, r. 326 ><S Seventh 
Allen Samuel, engineer Black Point Packing House, 

r. NW cor Francisco and Fillmore 
Allen Samnel, laborer, r. 521 Capp 
Allen Samuel J., bookkeeper Frank Barnard ii Co., r. 

1834 OFarrell 
Allen Sheldon, bookkeeper Chamberlain b Co., r. 

Berkeley 
Allen Susan, widow, r. 935 Howard 
.\llen Susan, widow, r. 1708 Fillmore 
Allen Susan, domestic 1425 Stockton 
Allen T., keep-r Sheriff's Office, r. 448 Jessie 
Allen Theodore H. (Allen & Young) r. 712 Greenwich 
Allen Theo;lore H. Jr., clerk W. J. Callingham & Co., 

r. 712 G'eenwich 
Allen Thomas, polisher J. & F. Kesseler, r. 448 Jessie 
Allen Thomas H., clerk James G. Carson, r. 32 Fourth 
Allen Thomas J., freight clerk Pacific Mail S9. Co., r. 

223 Minna 
Allen Thomas 8., shipearpenter, r. 208 Eighteenth 
Allen Thomas W., extraman Hook and Ladder No. 1, 

S. F. F. D. 
Allen Thompson K., r. 54 First 
Allen W. A., freight clerk Pacific Mail 88. Oolima 
Allen William, r. 24 First Av 
Allen William, r. 421 Dupont 
Allen William, chief engineer O. & O. SS. Bolgic 
Allen William, expressman, r. 2213 Pine 
Allen William, expressman Bay City Market, r. 115 

Austin 
Allen William, laborer A. E. Swain, r. 636 Market 
Allen William, sawyer, r. 14 Natoma 
Allen William, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Allen William, seaman, r. 820 Butt'-ry 
Allen William B.. journalist Evening Bulletin, r. SE 

cor Market and Fifth 
Allen William 0., collector, 7 Montgomery Block, r. 

Oakland 
Allen William C, salesman J. D. Culp & Co. 16 Front, 

r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Allen William F., clerk Junius G. Foster, Cllfif House. 
Allen William H., r. 1021 M Market 
Allen William H., attorney at law, 19 Montgomery 

Block, r. Oakland 
Allen William H., carpenter Pacific Coast 8S. Senator 
Allen William H., mining secreary, 306 Pine, rooms 

8 and 9. r. 1907 O'Farrell 
Allen William B., capitalist, r.2331 Bush 
Allen "William R., plumber and gasfitter, 761 

Market, r. 609 Hayes 
Allen William T., r. 126 Sixth 
Allen & Lewis (Lucius H. Allen and C. H. Lewis) 

commission merchants, 202 California 
Allen & Young (Theodore H. Allen and Thomas 

Young) stevedores, E s Battery, nr Union 
Allen. See Allan 
Allenberg Charles, mining secretary, 621 Market, r. 

309 Hyde 
Allenberg Leopold, bookkeeper Schweitzer, Sachs & 

Co., r. 309 Hyde 
AUery John L., compositor Le Petit Journal, r. 1205 

Stockton 
Allett Robert, laundryman 8. F. Laundry, r. E s Fol- 
som, b.-t Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Alley Jenory M., teacher, r. 615 Stockton 
Alley Lee, insurance agent, r. 118 Post 



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JAMES E. GORDON & CO.. 



l^VHOLESALE HARDWARE, 

Corner Market and Front Street*. 



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Alley Mary Mrs., dressmaker, 2'.'9 Sixth 

Alley Obed F., with David Bush, r. 910 Buchanan 

Alley William H., stevedore, r. N. s Greenwich, bet 
Montgomery and Sansome, rear 

Alley. See Allee 

Allgern Justus, cook Cosmopolitan Hotel, r. 136 Ship- 
ley 

Allinger John, carrier Morning Call, r. cor Twenty- 
fourth and Xoe 

Allion Enrique, waiter, r. 1407 Mason 

Allione Frank, proptr Central Palace Oyster House, 87 
and 88 Centre Market, r. 23 Stockton PI 

Alliro Carlos, barber A. Gentit. r. 706 Pacific 

Allirole Anthene-s, barber, r. 13003^ Stockton 

AUis John M. Rev., pastor Larkin St. Presbyterian 
Church, r. Abbotsford House 

Allison Charles, first asMStant-engineer Pacific Coast 
SS. State of California, r. 212 Seventh 

Allison Charles, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co., r. 514 
Bryant 

Allison David E. (Littlefield, Allison & Co.) r. 1717 
Eddy 

Allison Duncan D., clerk American Russian Commer- 
cial Co., r. 718 Battery 

Allison Edwin C, boarding, NW cor Francisco and 
Fillmore 

Allison Emily T. Mrs., dressmaker, 609 Powell 

Allison Emma Miss, r. 206 Tyler 

Allison Frank J., salesman Braverman & Lew, r. 
601 Stockton 

Allison John C, conpositor Bacon k Co, r. 107 
O'Farrell 

Allison Josiah E., entry clerk Littlefield, Allison k 
Co., r. 1717 Eddy 

Allison Lizzie Mrs., r. 137 Third 

Allison Thomas R.. r. 718 Battery 

Allison. See Alison 

Allkire Samuel H., collector E. H. Pardee, r. 1018 
Leavenworth 

Allman D. k Co. (David Allman and William Herbert) 
coopers and dealers oil cans, 38 Commercial 

Allman David (D. Allmau & Co.) r. 137 Dore 

Allman George, inspector Custom House, i. 120 Turk 

Allman Herry. seaman schrExpress, FolFom St.Wharf 

Allman Honora Mrs., fruits and vegetables, 923 )j Fol 

Allman John. r. The Baldwin 

Allman Miles, trackman Suiter St. ER 

Allman Thomrs, laborer Pacific Mail t?S. Co. 

AllmanTimothv.t>;amster Spring Valley Water Works, 
r. 92.'! l6 Folsom 

Allman William, waiter City and County Hospital 

Allmaver Marks, extraman Hook and Ladder Ko. S, 
S.F. F. D. 

Allon Maniiela, widow, r. 621 Vallejo 

Alloy George, wireworker, r. Sander's Hotel 

Allseils Caroline Miss, r. 134 Eighth 

Allseits Elise Miss. r. 134 Eighth 

Allseits Fredreka Miss, r. 134 Eighth 

Allseitz Wilhelmina Mrs., r. 444 Jessie, rear 

Allsop James P. C, cigars and stationery, 521 Jj Val- 
encia 

AUsop. See also Al.sop 

Allweins George, billiardmaker Philip Liesenfeld. r. 
94.T Fols. .in 

ALLWOOD HENRY, wood carver, 
S s Bryant, bt-t Fifth and Sixth, r. Ws Sansome, 
bet Green and Union 

AUyne John W. (Allyne & White) r. NW cor Gough 
and Green 

Allyne & White (John W. Allyne and William H. 
White) importers and jobbers oils, lamps, etc., 
112 and 114 Front, and proptrs Pacific Oil Works, 
foot Taylor 

Almada Frank, seaman P. M. 88. City of Panama, r. 
1109 San^^'ime 

Almaden Quick.«:lver Mining Co. (Santa Clara Co.) 
Jiihn F. Malioney s<i-retary, 214 Sans'-mcroom 29 

Alraared Bertha Miss, tailoress, r. 238!/; Fifth 

Alnieda Jose, waiter SS. Oregon. Folsom St. Wharf 

Almegren Charles J., seaman, r. 314 Beale 

Alms House, City and County. San Miguel or Mis- 
sion Ocean House road, 4 miles Irom Xew City 
Hall 

Alnorrl Anton, seaman bark Helen W. Almy, Mission 
St Wharf 

Aloucle Julian A., boxmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy k Co., 
r. 254 Tehama 

Alonso Jose, cigr.rmaker Jos^ A. Garcia, r. 723 Bdwy 

Alpe .\ntonio, cook Bernardino LaTaj-'gi, r. 3 Vallejo 



I Alpen Herman, master mariner, r. 1419 Mason 
' Alpen Max (Alpen & Clasby) r. 718 Bryant 

Alpen & Clasby {Max .^Ipen and James Clasby) liquor 
] saloon, 708 Mission 

Alpers Cliarleg, mannf neatsfoot and other oils, 

and president Kew Potrero Co., 700 Mission, r. NW 

cor Buchanan and Ivy Av 
Alpers Charles W., leader Cosmopolitan Band, r. 1623 

Powell, rear 
Alpers Gefrge K., musician, r. 637 Pacific 
Alpers John, musician, r. 1522 Powell 
Alpers Mathilda Mrs., midwife, r. 1522 Powell 
Alpers Peter, foreman Capitol Flour Mills, r. 36 S< 

Valparaiso "^ 

Alpers. See Albers 
Alpha Cons. Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.) William 

Willis secretary, 28 Nevada Block 
Alpha Hydraulic Gravel Mining Co. (Nevada Co., 

Cal.) James Ireland secretary, 216 Sansome 
Alphonse Mme., florist. 522 Bush 
Alphonsp Jean 1$.. printer Britton & Rey, r. 527 Green 
Alpin William, dry-goods dealer, r. 34 Tyler 
Alpine Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) 

Joseph Morizio secretary, 328 Mont., room 24 
Alsen Adolph, carpenter, r. NW cor Polk and Fell "^ 
Alsenz Jacob, bootmaker, 521 Hyde, r. 1614 Post 
Alsina Eugenio. Spanish Mutual Benev Soc, 730 Mont. 
Alson Louis, tailor, r. 429 Oik 
Algop John S., umbrella and parasol manuf, 341 Bush, 

r. 015 Pine 
Alsop Jo-seph, conduct-r Sutter St. RR.. r. 718 Tyler 
Alsop William, chorus singer Tivoli Garden, r. 44 

Minna > 
Alsop WilliamTl., Painters' Pro. Union, 771 Market 
Alsop. See .■V.Usop 

Alstein Frank, machinist Savage & Ron, 428 Clem 
Alt Bernard, porter Littlefield, Allison & Co., r. 608 

Vallejo 
Alt ChriFtopher. boot and shoemaker, 608 Vallejo 
Alt Joseph, salesman, r. 608 Vail- jo 
Altn California (daily and weekly) Frederick 

MacCrellish k Co. proptrs, 529 California 
Alta California Almanac (Annual) Frederick 

MacCrellish & C*^'. proji-'s. ;"29 California 
Alta Califoruia Building:, ."^29 California 
Alta Silver Mining Co. (Gold Hill. Nev.) William H. 

Watac^n secretary, 302 Montgomery, room 6 
Alta Soap Co. (William A. Engwer and Samuel Wein- 

traub) manufs soap,' ofllce and factory Oregon, 

btt Front and Davis 
Altar Gold and Silver Mining C". (Sonora, Mexico) 

F. A. McGee secretary, 32 Merchants' Exchange 
AltemuB John, bakery, SE cor Twenty-sixth and Co- 
lumbia 
Altemus William E., clerk! r. 1029 McAllister 
Altenberg Frederick, pressman Cal. Cloak and Suit 

Manufacturing Co., r. 220 Grove 
Altenburu Charles, laborer, r. 615 Sacramento 
Altenburg Pauline, widow, r. 924 Greenwich 
Altendorf Julius, polisher and grinder, 32 Fremont, 

r. Oakland 
.\ltfie!d Abel, peddler, r. 522 V Nutoma 
Altfield Simon, peddler, r. 14 Langton 
Althamer Harry, seanian schr W. S. Phelps, r. 238Steu 
Althof Ernest, with Theodore Althof, 621. Market 
Altliof Herman (Althof and Bahls) r. Oakland 
Althof Theodore, Bay Oyst< r Saloon, 026 Market, r. 

1029 Valencia 
AHUof <& Balils (Herman Althof and John F. W. 

Bahls) bookbinders and paperrult rs, 329 Sansome 
Althouse Windmill Co., L. H. Wooden agent, offios 

13-19 Front 
Althoustn John, barkeeper William Brennan, r. 16 

.\uburn 
Altman Emil, r. 571 Stevenson 
Altman Sigmund L., tanner Signmnd Kraus, r. Ws' 

Dolort 8. bet Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Altmann Charles, machinist, r. 1402 M Powell 
Altmaun Fanny Miss, niaihine operator E. Detrlck & 

Co., r. 144 Shipley 
.\ltmaun Filey Miss, machine operator E. Detrick k 

Co.. r. 144 Shipley 
Altmann Jacob, tailor, 1026 Sutter , 

Altmaun Theresa, widow, r. 144 Shipley 
Altmark Carl, mechanic, r. 6.35 Stevenson 
Altmark J. A., parcel clerk Keane Brothers, r. 714 Tylep 
Altmark Lor.is. r. 742 Harrison 
Altmayer -Aaron, r. ir)31 Sutter 

Altmayer Abram. merchant. 29 Battery, r. 909 Laguna 
Altmayer Louis, clerk Rosenthal, Feder k Co. 



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Alto Joseph, peddler, r. Bay, bet Taylor and Mont. At 

Alton Vrank C, clerk Frunkliu Dexter, r. 912 Jack- 
son 

Altooua Quicksilver Mining Co. (Trinity Co., Cal.) 
Charles Allenberg secretarj-, ."iil Market 

Altreuti'r \Villiain, steward International Hotel, 824 
Kearny 

Altschul Charles, exchange teller Lazard Freres, r. 
1931 Geary 

Altschul Leopold (Altschul, Seller* Co.) r.748Howard 

Altschul Ludwig, capitalist, r. 1931 Geary 

Altschul Richard, r. 19U1 Geary 

ALTSCHUL, SELLER & CO., 

(Leopold Altschul, Samuel Seller and Philip Ans- 

pacher) wholesale crockery, glassware, etc., 119 

Battery 
Altshuler Amflia Miss, teacher music, r. 337 Sixteenth 
Altshuler L. Mrs., millinery, 237 Sixteenth, r. 337 Six- 
teenth 
Altshuler Levy, gents' fiirnishing goods, 243 Six- 
teenth, r. 837 Sixteenth 
Altiibe Bernard, r. 1508 Powell 

Altube Peter, wholesale butcher, r. 23 Oak Grove Av 
Altura Mining Co., Daniel Buck secretary, 80 Nevada 

Block 
Altvater David, engineer Marteustein & Deming, r. 

Alameda 
Altwater Francis, porter A. J. Plate & Co., r. 8 8 

Twenty- fourth, bet San Jose Av and Guerrero 
Alva Miguel, porter William J. Sherwood, 517 Mont 
Alvan Mme., fortune teller, r. 32 Fourth 
Alvarado Elise Miss, r. 5 Prospect PI 
Alvarado Jesus, r. New Wieconsin Hotel 
Alvarado Juan C, attorney at law, r. 518 Geary 
Alvarado Louis, porter Charles K. Zimmer 
Alvarado Pasquala, widow, r. 6J<s Prospect PI 
Alvarado Ventura, widow, r. 527 Vallejo 
Alvarez Anatasio, cigarmaker Sanderson & Horn, r. 

525 Filbert 
Alvarez Antonio, seaman, r. 10 Hinckley 
Alvarez Cayetano, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery 
Alvarez Eusebi'^, baker, 13 Pinckney PI 
Alvarez Framisco, cigarmaker, r. 3 Margaret PI 
Alvarez Gabriela M., milliner, r. 10 Hinckley 
Alvarez Natividad. tailoress, r. 9 Sonora PI 
Alvarez Nlcolo, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Alvarnas Amaro J., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 3^ Drumm 
Alvarnas Geronimo A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415)^ Drumm 
Alverson D.W. Mrs., r. 322 Ellis 
Alverson Stephen H., blacksmith, r. 1230 Mission 
Alves Domiugos, coal oil and lamps, 1244 Market 
Alves Francisco, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 J<i Drumm 
Alves Frank J., cook St. Mary's College 
Alves Frederick, teamster George H. Morrison, r. 314 

Ritch 
Alves John, mate stmr Amelia, r. 9 Merchant 
Alves Joseph, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Alves Manuel, clerk Domiugos Alves, r. 32 McAllister 
Alvey Cbarles W., stoves and tinware, 535 Pacific, r. 

1813 Stockton 
Alvez Frederick, mining expert, r. 32 Fourth 

Alviue Mme., foitnue teller, r. 32 Fourth 

Alvines Mrs., r. 1318 Dupout 

Alviso Antonio, waiter Pacific Const SS. Orizaba 
Alviso Flour 3Iill8, Bray Brothers agents, office 

226 Clay 
Alviso Juan, vaquero, res Fourteenth Av, nr P, South 

S. F. 
Alvord Frank, carpenter, r. 1219 Pacific 
Alvord Henry, route agent U. S. Railway Mail Service, 

r. Coso House 
Alvord Mary Mrs., bakery, lh9^ Howard 
.Alvord Mary J., fancy goods. 1219 Pacific 
Alvord Willisiwi, president Pacific Rolling Mill 

C-)., office It) Front, and president Bank of Cali- 
r. fornia, NW cor California aud Sausome, S. F. 

Park Commissioner, and Police Commissioner, r, 

664 Folsom 
Alvord William M., timekeeper Pacific Rolling Mill.r. 
, , 830 Folsom 
Amador Canal and Mining Co. (Amador Co., Cal.) R. 

" N.Van Brunt secretary, 318 Pine, room G 
Alzftmoora J., laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Amador Mining Co. (Arizona) L. V. B. Howell secre- 
tary, 318 Pine, room 27 



Amadeo Alameda, scenic artist Califoruia Theatre, r. 
409 Sutter 

Amaral Francisco F., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 
Assn, 415 )<5 Drumm 

Amarilla Michaela, domestic 131G Jackson 

Amaiillas Catarino, farmer, r. 6 Carlos PI 

Amarillas Josefita de, r. 6 Carlos PI 

Amark Frederick, cigars aud tobacco, 518 Battery, r. 
408 Twenty-second 

Amarum Moritz, varieties, NW cor Market and Turk, 
r. E s Stockton, nr Pacific 

Amazon Consolidated Mining Co. (Lyon Co., Nev.) 
John Crockett secretary, 203 Bush, room 12 

Amazon Distilling Co. (Covington, Ky.) Oberfelder 
Brothers & Co. agents, 123 California, room 2 

Amazon Fire Insurance Co. (of Cincinnati) Andrew 
D. Smith agent, 310 California 

Ambler Benjamin, druggist, r. 2812 Laguna 

Ambrose Edward A., prompter Baldwin Theater, r. 
1034 Folsom 

Ambrose James (Ambrose & Horan) r. 540 Birch Av. 

Ambrose L., stock raising, r. Hancock House 

Ambrose Samuel, miner, r. 903 Twenty-third 

Ambrose & Horan (James Ambrose and Joseph J. 
Horan) fancy poultry and game, 78 and 79 Centre 
Market 

Ambrosius Jose, fisherman, r. 1120 Kearny 

Amburst Richard, deckhand stmr City of Stockton, 
Washington St. Wharf 

Amedee Morris, cook, r. 15 Powell 

Amedee Peter, laborer, r. 409 Post 

Amen George, clerk, r. 1714 Sacramento 

Amend Charles, porter Abrams & Carroll, r. 1413 Du- 
pont 

Ameudt Emil (Elmer & Amendt) r. Minna, bet Third 
and Fourth 

Amendt E. N., student Heald's Business College 

America Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) John E. Mason 
secretary, 306 Pine, room 6 

American Mrs., r. 16 Stockton 

American Beef Co., G. B. Mowry proptr, stalls 6 Mid9 
Hayes Valley Market 

American Button Hole and Overseaming Sewing Ma- 
chine Co. (of Philadelphia) Robert H. Ransley Jr. 
manager, 1216 Market 

American Central Fire Insurance Co. (St. 
Louis, Mo.) H. W. Snow general agent, 319 
Califoruia 

American Commercial Agency, W. H. BJurray secre- 
tary, 414 Clay 

American District Telegraph, John I. Sabln 
superintendent, main office 222 Sausome, branch 
offices 205 Sutter, 833 Sutter, 961 Mission, cor Cal- 
ifornia and Fillmore, cor Hayes and Laguna, cor 
Fourth and Bluxome, cor Union and Powell, NE 
cor Mission and Twentieth, aud cor Kentucky and 
First Av, South S. F. 

American Druids' Journal, Daniel Brown publisher, 
606 Montgomei-y, rooms 48 and 49 

American Exchange Hotel, Thomas Bryan 
proptr, 319-325 Sausome 

Amei-ican Fire Iu!!iurance Co., Jonathan Hunt, 
Sou & Co. mauagers, 313 California 

American Flag Mill and Mining Co. (Pioche, Nev.) 
George R. Spinney secretary, 310 Pine, room 44 

American Flat Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.) Charles 
A. Sankey secretary, 331 Montgomery, room 20 

American Home Missionary Society, J. H. Warren D.D. 
superintendent, 7 Montgomery Av, room 23 

American House, Patrick Creighton proptr, 81 Na- 
toma 

American Lizzie, widow, r. 16 Stockton 

American Lloyds' Register American and Foreign 
Shipping. S.imuol P. Wells agent, 416 Califoruia 

American Mercantile Uniun (The) (retailers) W. P. 
Haynes and E. G. Cram managers, 22 Montgomery 

American Miniug and Dredging Co., Eugene Moreau 
secretary, 220 Sausome, room 2 

American Mining Co. (Silver City. Nev.) M. E. Sperl- 
ing secutary, 309 California, room 15 

American Pipe Co., Calvert Meade manager, 324 
Piue, moms H and 9 . 

Americau Protestant Association Hall, 713 Mission 

American Ru.ssian Commercial Co. , J. Mora Moss pres- 
ident, 718 Battery 

Americait Salt Co., L. N. Webber manager, 217 
Sacramento, factory 27-31 Main 

American Samson, physician, office and r 150!i Howard 

American Sa^%- Co., William J. Tucker manager, 
20 Spear 



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American Sug'ar Refinery, C. Adolphe X,ovr k 

Co. agents. SW cor Battery and Union, office 208 Cal 

American Sunday School Union, Rev. Frederick E. 

Shearer agent, 757 Market 
American Tack Co., Richards *: Snow agtf, 408 Market 
American Tobacco Factory, Baumgartner & Bohls 

proptre, 230 and 232 Fourteenth 
American Tract Society, Rev. Frederick E. 

Shearer secretary, 757 Market 
American Type Foundry, 510 Clay 
Amerige George Mrs., widow, r. Colonnade House 
Amerlung Julius C, wine and liquor broker, 66 Mer- 
chants Exchange, r. NW cor Mission and Fourth 
Amerman Charles F., messenger meltera' and refin- 
ers* dept U. S. Mint, r. San Leandro 
Ames Benjamin F., teamster Davis & Cowell, r. B41 

Stevenson, rear 
Ames Charles E., printer Crowe k Cooke, r. 541 Stev. 
Ames Dora Miss, dressmaker C. Schaefer & Co., r. 1007 

Folsom 
Ames Edwin G.. clerk Pope & Talbot, r. 606 Folsom 
Ames Figher, attorney at law, 607 Kearny, r. 1222 

Pine 
Ames Frank M., with O. Lawton & Co.,r. 1206 Market 
Ames Frederick F., salesman Joseph Fredericks & 

Co., r. 303 Third 
Ames George, machinist 1. A. Heald, r. Oakland 
Ames George, oiler stuir Bay City 
Ames George H., clerk Charles A. Klinkner, r. 1013 

Vallejo 
Ames George H., ship-discharging clerk, r. 906 Leav. 
Ames Harry, clerk, r. 1 Eddy 
Ames Henry K., r. 136 Twenty-sixth 
Ames Henry M., butcher, r. 2414 Washington 
Ames John, baker, r. 10 Lilly Av 
Ames John, deckhand stmr Mary B. Williams, Jack- 
son St. Wharf 
Ames J. P., r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Ames Martha Miss, assistant Tyler St. Primary School, 

r. 218 Eddy 
Ames M. E. Mrs., ladies' nurse, r. 213 Chattanooga 
Ames Pelham W., secretary Sutro Tunnel Co., 320 Cal- 
ifornia, room 8, r. 1312 Taylor 
Ames Robert C, engineer, 203 Bush, room 29, r. Oak- 
land 
Ames Samuel A .. capitalist, 320 California, rooms 1 and 

2. r. 839 O'Farrell 
Amette J. Baptiste. bnrber, r. 82 Hayes 
Ami Paul (M:intelli k, Ami) r. New Guillaume Tell 

Hotel 
Ami.k Hiraiu, with Gas Consumer's Assn, 202 Bush 
Amick Myrou J., with Gas Consumers' Assn, 202 Bush 
Amidan Cyrus, clerk Keane Bros., r. Oakland 
Auiidon Simeon, driver Whitney & Co., r. 10 Com 
Amiraux Peter, bookkeeper, r. 114 Vicksburg 
Amlraux. See Lamoureaux 
Amman Alfred, confectioner Rothschild & Ehren- 

pfort, r. 435 Bush 
Amman Emniett, carpei:ter. r. 215 Minna 
Ammann Adolph, currier Younghaus & Schaffer, r. 

333 Shipley 
Ammen Frederick, waiter, r. 814 Montgomery 
Ammernp G. A., paints, oils, varnishes, glass, 

and paper hangings, 1220 Market 
Amos John T., millwright, r. 1702!^ LeavAiworth 
Amos J"scph. deckhand stm Alice Garratt, Washing- 
ton St. Wharf 
Amos \targfir(t. domestic, NW cor Oak and Buchanan 
Amos Pliilip, leather manuf. r. 415 Van Ness Av 
Amos Robert C, salesman Peixotto & Silverman, r. 

970 Harrison 
Amoskeag .Axe Co.. Richards & Snow agents, 408 Market 
Auiphlbello Antonio, waiter, r. 818 Sansome 
Amsbary Susan, adjuster coiners' dept U. S. Mint, r. 

100 Jones 
Amsden Ernent (O. T. Msrah & Co) 625 Market 
Amsterdam Board of TTnderwriters, James De Frem- 

ery agent. 410 Battery 
Amundsen August, upho'lsterfr, r. 722 Shotwell 
Amundsen Herman, seaman SS. Newbern, Folsom St. 

Wharf 
Atoy Gustavus L.. salesman Hoffman & Co., r. Cob- 

ni<>])o]itan Hotel 
Amy Winlield S., teamst'r Golden Gate Flour Mills, 

r. NE cor Sixth and Tdwiisend 
Analler B.. spnmnn, r. 134 St"u:irt 
Anatomical Museum. Louis J. Jordan proptr, George 

M. Sitaman supi-rlutendeut, 9 Hardir PI 
Anbrun Fred, corntcemaker George Hayes & Co., r. 
3J8 Minna 



Ancell William, driver Omnibus RR., r. 250 Tehama, 

rear 
Anchick Conrad, sashmaker Uriah Segars, r. 703 

Brannan 
Anchick Elizabeth Mrs., fancy goods, 703 Brannan 
Anchor Line Atlantic Steamers, J. C. Merrill k Co. 

agents, 204 California 
Anchor Saloon, M. Detels k Co. proptrs, 8 Sac. 
Ancon Hotel, John F. Hiurichs proptr, 9 and 11 Pac. 
Auflelund Hermann, carpenter, r. 137 M Perry 
Andeu John, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderau Joseph, sausagemaker, 27 California Market, 

r. 1617 Leavenworth 
Anderfuren Brothers (Charles A. and William J.) 

proptrs S. F. Pattern Works, 114 and 116 Beale 
Anderfuren Charles A. (Anderfuren Brothers), r. 204 

Nineteenth, bet Howard and Capp 
Anderfuren John, tailor, r. 204 Nineteenth 
Anderfuren W'illiam J. (Anderfuren Brothers) r. 052 

Seventeenth 
Anders A. A., boxmaker Pacific Box Factory, r. 114 

PeiTy 
Andersen Adolph, seaman, r.9 Pacific 
Andersen Alfred, beamhand Funcke & Co., r. 37 Con- 
verse 
Andersen Amanda, dome.stic 1325 Tyler 
Andersen Andrew, steward schr Mary D. Pomeroy, r. 

132 Stewart 
Andersen Charles, seaman, r. 8 Berry 
Andersen Charles, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 
-Andersen Charles E.. seaman, r. Noith Pacific Hotel 
Andersen Edward J., journalist S. F. Chronicle, r. 610 

Mason 
Andersen Emil, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. SW cop 

Shasta and Michigan 
Andersen Frederick, seaman r. 8 Berry 
Andersen Gustave. seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Andersen Hans, lumberman, r. Keystone House 
Andersen H.'ins, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Andersen Hans, seaman schr Lizzie Theresa, Union 

St. Wharf 
Andersen H.ins, seaman schr William Frederick, Pa- 
cific St. Wharf 
Andersen Henry, seaman, r. N a Greenwich, bet San- 
some and Montgomery 
Ander.sen J. O., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Andersen John, r. .523 J^ Brannan 
Anderpen John M., driver J. & F. Kesseler, r. SIO 

Shotwell 
Andersen Julius, r. 523 }« Brannan 
Andersen Karsten, b.irkeeper F. Beruzott, r. 628 

Grove 
Andersen Louis, seaman schr Ocean Spray, Beale St. 

Wharf 
Andersen Martin, beamhand Funcke t Co., r. 37 Con- 
verse 
Andersen Mary, domestic 739 Ellis 
Andersen N., seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Andersen Nels, gardener, r. 1330 Sutter 
Andersen Nels, laborer Cal. Sugar -Refinery, r. 1100 

Bryant 
Andersen Nis. cigars and tobacco, .522 J^ Sixth 
Andersen O. P., seamiin, r. North Paeiflc Hotel 
Andersen Oscar, seaman schr S. M. Coombs, Larue's 

WTiarf 
Andersen Otto, seaman, r. 8 Berry 
Andersen Peter, cook Schroeder .t Saenger, r. 425 East 
Andersen Peter, seaman, r. 9 Pacific • 

Andersen Peter, seaman schr Valentine Alviso, Fol- 

s.mf St Wharf 
Andersen Theodore, seam.'in, r. 9 Pacific 
Andersen Wilhelm, cook, r. 940 Bryant 
Andersen William, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Anderson , widow, r. 'M'>(> Howard 

Anderson A., captain schr Elvenia. r. 12 }< Shvrmau 
Anderson A., seaman Paeittc Mail SS. China 
Anderson A. Mrs., r. 8 M.iss 
An 'erson A. B. Mrs., assistant Lincoln Grammar 

School, r. 3044 STxteeuth 
Andersou Abraham, cabinetmaker, r. N s Market, bet 

Fifteenth and Sixteenth 
Anderson Adolph L., r. 1223 k' Folsom. rear 
Anderson Albert, clerk C. N. Palmer. 72r. Mi.rket 
Anderson Albert O., gilder Louis Dampf, r. 2512i< 

Mission 
Anderson Alexis P., color mixer Imperishable Paint 

Co., r. 3 Park PI 
Anderson Alfred A., steward stmr Sonoma, Washing' 

ton St .Wharf 
Andersou Amanda, widow, r. 1008)^ Market 



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Anderson Andrew, r. 31 Moss 

Anderson Andrew, r. 807 Kearny 

Anderson Andrew, carpenter Geo. Howes A: Co. 

Anderson Andrew, coffee saloon, 540 Market, r. 720 

Mission 
Anderson Andrew, fireman stmr Oakland, Oakland 

Ferry, r. Oakland 
Anderson Andrew, laborer Pac. Oil and Lead Works 
Anderson Andrew, liquor saloon, 250 Spear 
Anderson Andrew, liquor saloon, SE cor Washington 

and Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, longshoreman, r. 606 Folsom 
Anderson Andrew, master schr Golden Fleece, Mis- 
sion St.Wharf 
Anderson Andrew, master mariner, r. 126 Capp 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 12 Washington 
Anderson, Andrew, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Anderson Andrew, seaman, r. 420 Drumm 
Anderson Andrew, seaman Pac. Coast SS. Newport 
Anderson Andrew, tailor, r. 8 August Alley 
Anderson Andrew P., flourpacker Martenstein & 

Deming, r. 504 Vallejo 
Anderson Andro, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Anderson Anthony C, grocer, r. NW cor Sanchez and 

Twentieth 
Anderson Antone, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson Antone, seaman schr Gariboldi, Union St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Antony, stableman City Cab and Carriage 

Stables, r. 174 Jessie 
Anderson Asaias, se;iman, r. 250 Spear 
Anderson August, cook, r. 629 Green 
Anderson August, tailor, r. 417 Bush 
Anderson Benjamin, deckhand stmr Washington, 

Jackson St.Wharf 
Anderson Benjamin F., waiter Palace Hotel, r. 26 

Everett 
Anderson Bennett, deckhand stmr Capital, Oakland 

Fei;ry, r. 415 East 
Anderson Bernard, seamen, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Bridget, widow, r. 3 Pratt PI 
Anderson C, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anderson C, waiter Montgomery's Hotel 
Anderson C. A., sei^nian. r. 117 Drumm 
Anderson C. A. Mrs., private school, 29 Turk 
Anderson Carl, seaman, r. 54 Sacramento 
Anderson Catherine, widow, r. 212 Steuart 
Anderson Catherine Mrs., clerk H. HeitmfiUer, r. 

1602 Geary 
Anderson Catherine M., widow, stationery and varie- 
ties, 325 !<■ Fifth 
Anderson C. E., mate schr Jessie Fremont, Mission 

St. Wharf 
Anderson Cliarles, bootblack, 114 Sutter, r. 320 Clem- 
entina 
Anderson Charles, carpenter, r. 22 Isis 
Anderson Charles, carpenter bark Revere, Pacific St. 

■RTiarf 
Anderson Charles, deck hand stmr Hope, Folsom St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Charles, fireman, r. 13 Pacific 
Anderson Charles, night clerk What Cheer House 
Anderson^Charles. seaman, r. 1193^ Gilbert 
Anderson Charles, seaman 
Anderson Charles, seaman 
Anderson Charles, seaman 

House 

Anderson Charles, seaman schr Alaska, r. 11 Liberty 
Anderson Charles, seaman schr Anna Mathilde, Fol- 
som St. Wharf ' 
Anderson Charles, seaman schr Eustace, Spear St. 

Wharf 
AnSerson Charles, seaman schr Jessie Fremont 
Anderson Charles, second mate bark Cyane, r. Key- 

, stone House 
Anderson Charles, tanner Mission Tannery, r. SE cor 

Eighteenth and Folsom 
Ander.Kon Charles A., liquor saloon, 209 Jackson, r. 

266 Minna 
Anderson Charles E., bookkeeper Macpherson & 

Shinn, r. 602 Buchanau 
Anderson Charles J., seaman, r. 2G Steuart 
Anderson Charles J., tailor, r. 319 Green 
Anderson Charles L., awning and tentmaker, 856 

Howard 
Anderson Charles P., lumberman Pope & Talbot, r. 4 

Frederick 
Anderson Christ, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Anderson Christina, cigarmaker Denicke Brothers, r. 

19 Carolina 



T. 238 Steuart 

r. 26 Steuart 

bark Cyane, r. Keystone 



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Anderson Christian, tanner S. F. Tannery, 

Bruno Road, nr Twenty-seventh 
Anderson Christian, watchman Dry Dock, r 

bard, nr Montgomery 
Anderson Christine, domestic .556 Minna 
Anderson Christopher, night watchman Merchants' 

Dry Dock, r. 27 Clara 
Anderson C. J., Cigarmakers' Assn, 771 Market 
Anderson Claus, seaman bark Revere, Pacific St. 

Wharf 
Anderson C. M., seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Conrad, cook, r. 1028 Montgomery 
Anderson C. R., tailor William Drury, 633 Kearny 
Anderson D., foreman, r. 129 Welch 
Anderson David C, actor, r. 812 Powell 
Anderson E. Mrs., r. 11 Bagley PI 
Anderson Edward, laborer Bay Soap and Candle 

Works, r. Eleventh Av, bet P and Q, South S. F. 
Anderson Edward, waiter SS. State of California, 

Broadway Wharf 
Anderson Edward A., watchman South Pac. Coast 

RR.,r. IM Liberty 
Anderson Edward R., clerk freight dept. Central Pac. 

RR., Oakland Ferry, r. 1206 Mission 
Andersou Elizabeth, widow, r. SE cor De Haro and 

Solano 
Anderson Elsen Mrs., bakery, 504Ji Sixth 
AndersMu E. M., r. 325 ?4 Fifth 
Anderson Erick M., tailor, r. 417 Bush 
Anderson Emil, machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W s 

Georgia, bet Shasra and Sierra 
Anderson Ernest E., tailor, 625 Merchant, r. 446 Minna 
Anderson Eva S. Miss, assistant Market St. Primary 

School, r. 8 Essex 
Andi-rson Flora Miss, shoefitter, r. 1115 Sansome 
Anfierson Francis, widow, r. 417 Bush 
Andi-rson Frank, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Andei son Frank, waiter, r. 309 Tehama 
Anderson Frank P., mt:rket inspector, r. .526 Hayes 
Anderson Frederick, cabinetmaker Theodore Erden, 

r. E s San Bruno Road, nr Fifteenth Av 
Anderson Frederick, hostler Briigge & Battge, r. 110 

Washington 
Anderson Frederick, mate schr La Gironde, Fourth 

St.Wharf 
Anderson Frederick, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 
Anderson Frederick, second mate bark Malay, r. 503 

Folsom 
Anderson Frederick A., liquor saloon, 215 Davis, r. 

3 k Clinton 
Anderson Fritz M., machineband Spear St. Mill, r. 

Oakland 
Andes' n Gabriel, helper Empire Lodging House, eSG 

Commercial 
Anderson George, cook, r. 17 Tehama 
Anderson George, master mariner, r. NW cor Third 

and Berry 
Anderson George, seaman, r. 47 Sacramento 
.Anderson George, seaman, r, 704M Mission 
Anderson George A., policeman City Hall, r. 730 Fil- 
bert 
Anderson George J., carpenter, r. 323 Oak 
Anderson George L., carriagemaker, r. Ss Twentieth, 

bet Shotwell and Folsom 
Anderson GtorgeW. (G.W. Anderson & Co.) r. Oaklahd 
Anderson Gottfried, waiter Sven Ericksou, 415 East 
Anderson Ous, deckhand stmr Bay City 
Anderson Gustav, hostler Charlton & Groeper, r. 9 

Washington 
Anderson Gustav, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson Gu-tave, cook, r. 2 Russell 
Anderson Gustave, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson G. W. ^ Co. (George W. Anderson) Oakland 

and San Francisco Express, 331 East 
Anderson H., r. i>:W Commercial 

Anderson H., longshoreman Menzies, Bingham & Co. 
Anderson H. Mme., r. 216 Stockton 
Anderson Hannah, domestic 117 Capp 
Ander>on Hans, baker, r. 504 J^ Sixth 
Anderson Harry, captain schr Matthew Turner, r. 741 

Harrison 
Anderson Harry, seaman schr Lizzie Madison, Eureka 

Dock 
Anderson Henry, fireman stmr Yosemite 
Anderson Henry, miner, r. 2219 Steiner 
Anderson Henry, seaman schr American Girl, Howard 

St. Whavf 
Anderson Henry, seaman schr Ivanhoe, r. 30 Clay 
Anderson Henry, watchman Keystone House, 127 Jack- 
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Anderson Henry A., pressman Frederick W. Croiidace, 

r. 430 Montgomery 
Anderson Henry C, coffee and oyster Ealoon, Grand 

Western Market, r. 1210 J<i Larkin 
Anderson Henry W., r. 3 Chatham PI 
Anderson Henry W., r. 347 Branuan 
Anderson H. I. broommaker Harrison & Dickson, r. 

224 Fourth 
Anderson Hilda Mrs., dressmaker, 216 Stockton 
Anderson H. K., captain schr Josephine, r. Oakland 
Anderson Hoffman, butcher, r. 1413 Clay 
Anderson H. R., First Lieutenant Fourth Artillery, 

U. S. A., Post Adjutant, Presidio Reservation 
Anderson Hugh, photographer, 506 Valencia 
Anderson Isaac, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn 
Anderson J. A., physician, r. Ii09 Foleora 
Anderson Jacob W., seaman, r. 324 Vallejo 
Anderson James, r. 807 Kearny 

Anderson James, caudymaker 'SVllliam S. Townsend 
Anderson James, cooper, r. 812 Battery 
Anderson James, deckhand stmr San Joaquin No. 2, 

Jackson St.Wharf 
Anderson James, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Anderson James, longshoreman, r. 28 Frederick 
Anderson James, salesman D. Samuels, r. Appleton 

House 
Anderson James, seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson James, seaman schr Plow Boy, Beale St. 

Wharf 
Anderson James, speculator, r. 1709 Market 
Anderson James, stevedore, r. 1115 Sansom 
Anderson James Mrs., widow, r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson James A., fitter Eullman, Salz & Co., r. 417 

Greenwich 
Anderson James H., bookkeeper Samuel H. Harmon, 

r. 720 Octavia 
Anderson James H., nurse City and County Hospital 
Anderson James S., laborer, r. NW cor Polk and Fell 
Anderson James W., iirinciiial Spring A alley Gram- 
mar School, r. 3044 Sixteenth 
Anderson Jane, widow,. r. 417 Greenwich 
Anderson Jennie, widow, r. lOOSJj Market 
Anderson John, r. 315 Minna 
Anderson John, r. 1111 Keamy 
Anderson John, carpenter, r. 409 Drumm 
Anderson John, carpenter, r. 705 Howard 
Anderson John, carpenter City RR., r. 1458 Mission 
Anderson John, cari)enter Main St. Mill, r. 1314 

Broderick 
Anderson John, cook, r 337 Bryant, rear 
Anderson John, cook Golden Eagle Hotel 
Anderson John, coc'per, r. 43 Steuart 
Anderson John, deckhand stmr Alice Garratt, Wash- 
ington St.^Yharf 
Anderson John, driver Massey & Yung. r. 46 Everett 
Anderson John, expressuiau, r. N s Twcuty-niuth, bet 

Sanchez and Noe 
Anderson Jehu, fireman stmr Washington, Jackson 

St.Wharf 
Anders-on John, gardener, 2706 California 
Anderson John, laborer, r. 1034 Potrero Av 
Anderson John, lozenj-'emaker William S. Townsend 
Anderson John, night clerk Andrew Anderson, 540 

Market 
Anderson John, printer M. Schmidt & Co., r. 255 

Clementina 
Anderson John, seaman, r. 35 Pacific 
Anderson John, teaman, r. 134 Stiuart 
Anderson John, seaman, r, 327 Bealc 
Anderson Jo)iu, seaman, r. HlU Buttery 
Anderson John, seaman, r. Sander's Hotel 
Anderson John, seaman schr Clarn Light, Harrison St. 

Wharf 
Anderson John, seaman schr Alice Stoffcn, Jackson 

St.Wharf 
Anderson John, seaman Bchr Jessie Nickerson, Main 

St.Wharf 
Anderson John, seamaa schr W. S. Phelps, Beale St. 

Wharf 
Anderson John, third officer Pacific Mail SS. City of 

Panama 
Anderson John, waiter Daniel Swanuak, r. Sailors' 

Home 
Anderson John Rev., pastor African M. E. Church, r. 

11 Scott PI 
Anderson John A., laborer, r. 7 Merchant 
Anderson John A., silveraian Palace Hotel 
Anderson John C, gio»erics, NW cor Twenty-ninth 

and Sanchez 
Anderson John E., seaman Pacific Coast SS. Salinas 



Anderson John M., clerk, r. 29 Turk 
Anderson John P., hostler, r. E s Hoff Av, bet Six- 
teenth and Seventeenth 
Anderson John W., master mariner, r. 12 >4 Sherman 
Anderson John W., tailor, r. 7 Aiignst Alley 
Anderson Joseph, r. St. David's House 
Anderson Joseph, carpenter bark Lady Lampson, r. 

Eureka House 
Anderson J<seph, cooper, r. 812 Batterj" 
Anderson Joseph, laborer Golden Gate Park 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r. 19 Commercial 
Anderson Joseph, seamiin, r. 20 Folsom 
Anderson Joseph, seaman, r. 810 Battery 
Anderson Joseph E., clerk O. K. Foundry, r. 322 Fre- 
mont 
Anderson Josie, domestic 2201 Webster 
Anderson Kittie Miss, dressmaker, r. 212 Steuart, rear 
Anderson L., cabinetmaker, r. 603 Fourth 
Anderson Lars, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
.\nderson Lars C, shoemaker, r. 1918 Pacific Av 
Andei-s.-n Lewis, Lumbermen's Pro. Union, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Anderson Lorence, mate schr Mary Swan, Beale St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Louis, barber David E. Dunn, r. 219 Minna 
Anderson Louis, driver Zadock W. Moore, r. 136 

Rose Av 
Anderson Louis, seaman, r. NE cor Howard and Spear 
Anderson Louis, seaman bark Whistler, Mission St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Louis, seaman schr Maggie 'V. Hartman, 

Folsom St. 'Wharf 
Anderson Louis, wagonmaker Weston & Sparks, r. 1313 

Jackson 
Anderson Louis Jr., blacksmith, r. 1313 Jackson 
Anderson Louis H., clerk Josiah G. Severance, r. 2219 

Steiner 
Anderson M., captain schr Mary E. Anderson. Eureka 

Dock 
Anderson M., machinehand Fulda Bros. & Co., r. 

Oar.laud 
Andeison Marcellus Owen, nlirse City and County 

Hosxiital 
Anderson Maria, domestic Marlborough House 
Anderson Mariquith, widow, r. 6 Hinckley 
Anderson Martin, seaman, r. 129 Folsom 
AudtTson Martin, siannin, r. 327 Bea.e 
Anderson Mary, domestic 1122 Sacramento 
Anderson Mary Mrs. r. ;i33 Eddy 
Anderson Ma y Miss, dressmaker, r. 120 Ellis 
Anderson Mary Miss, dressmaker, r. 1142)^ Folsom 
Anderson Mary Miss, shoefitter, r. 1115 Sansome 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 1 Morton PI 
Anderson Mary, widow, r. 1115 Sansome 
Anderson Mary A. Mrs., r. 1U50 Howard 
Anderson Matilda, widow, r. 988 Folsom 
Anderson Matilda, chambermaid Grand Hotel 
Anderson Matilda Miss, actress, r. 212 Steuart, rear 
Anderson Matthew A., teacher music, r. 15 Guerrero 
Anderson Maud, cii,'armaker E. Eiseuberg & Bro., r. 

224 Mission 
Anderson M. S., watchman Kentucky Lodging House 
Anderson N., secretary Gal. Transportation Co., office 

NW cor Jackson and East, r. lo Oak Gft)ve Av 
.Anderson Neil, laborer A.. Wilson, r. N s O'Farrell, 

bet Mason and Tay or 
Anderson Nettie H. .Miss, assistant Jackson St. Pri- 
mary Schoul, r. 2127 Bush 
Andtrson Nels, master mariner, olBee 12 Clay 
Anderson Nels, gardener, r. N s Filbert, bet Polk and 

Larkin 
Anderson Nils, coachman, r. l.'JOT.Pine 
Anderson Nils, waiter John Parrott, 620 Folsom "^ . 
Anderson N. P., seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson O.. r. 222 Fifth 
Anderson O. A., mate schr William and Albert, foot 

Fifth 
.\ndirson Olaf. seaman, r. 238 Stiuart 
Anderson Olaf, seiunan schr Chamxiion, r. 117 Dnimm 
Anderson Ole, carpenter John Johnson, r. Cincin- 

naii Hotel 
And.THon Ole, stairbuildir, r. 510 Sixteenth. 
Anderson Ole A., benmau, r. 104 Steuart 
And. rson Oliver, tanner, r. Railroad Av, nr Thirty- 
second Av, South S. F. 
Anderson O. P., laburer Bay Soap and Candle Works, 

r. Eleventh Av, bet P imd Q. South S. F. 
Anderson Oscar, cook bark Victor, Vallejo St. Wharf 
Anderson Oscar, laborer Mountain Spring House, 
Ocean House Road 



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Anderson Oscar, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 

Anderson Oscar O., shipping clerk, r. IH Liberty 

Anderson P., cook, r. 509 Washington 

Anderson Peter, clerk John H. Kessing, r. 31 Clara 

Anderson Peter, cook E. J. Schinir, r. 3 Montgomery 

Comt 
Anderson Peter, cooper, r. 1321 Natoma 
Anderson Peter, deckhand stmr Julia, Washington 

St. Wharf 
Anderson Peter, deckhand tug Hercules, Mission St. 

Wharf 
Anderson Peter, dyer S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory 
Anderson Peter, fisherman, r. S s Union, nr Battery 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 1028 Market 
Anderson Peter, laborer, r. 8 Vandewater, rear 
Anderson Peter, mate sloop Bonita, Third St. Wharf 
Anderson Peter, ropemaker Cal. Wire Works, r. 2 

Francisco 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. 250 Spear 
Anderson Peter, seaman, r. NE cor Green and Cal- 
houn 
Anderson Peter, seaman bark General Cobb, Howard 

St. Wharf 
Anderson Peter, tailor Joseph Spellman, r. 315 Minna 
Anderson Peter, waiter, r. 1 Eddy 
Anderson Peter, waiter J. H. Mentz & Co., r. NE cor 

First and Brannan 
Anderson K. C, attorney at law, r. 225 Bush 
Anderson Richard K., carpenter and builder, 2 Tyler, 

r. 10 Verona Place 
Anderson R. Martin, r. 510 Shotwell 
Anderson Robert G., carpenter Jay V. Lawrence, r. 

1608 Jones 
Anderson Rollin C, books and stationery, 408 Third 
Anderson S., Cabinetmakers' Union, 912 Market 
Anderson Simon, St. Andrews Soc, 232 Sutter 
Anderson Sophie, domestic 1419 Clay 
Anderson Samuel S., salesman East & Co., r. 281 

Stevenson 
Anderson Stewart M., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co.,' 

r. 2127 Bush 
Anderson Terhan K., conductor Southern Pac. RR., r. 

2032 Mission 
Anderson Theodore, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Anderson Theodore R., cook Vanoni & Scott, r. 449 J<S 

Tehama, bet Fifth and Sixth 
Anderson Thomas, carpenter Pacific Mail SS. China 
Anderson Thomas, coal, 16 Drumm, r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson Thomas, second engineer stmr Oakland, 

Oakland Ferry, r. Oakland Point 
Anderson Thomas, waiter Norega, Hjul & Co., r. 10 

Hubbard 
Anderson Tufre, foreman Carmen Island Salt Works, 

r. 129 M Welsh 
Anderson Victor, tailor, r. 445 Bush 
Anderson Victoria, domestic, 11 Essex 
Anderson Walter G., bookkeeper Thomas Anderson, 

r. 410 Eddy 
Anderson W. C, r. 22 Geary 
Anderson William, bartender Lessmann & Windham, 

r. N. W. cor Bryant and Chesley 
Anderson William, cook, r. 1602 Geary 
Anderson William, engineer, r. 67 Shipley 
Ajiderson William, engineer S. F. Cordage Factory, r. 

W B Inrliana ur Sierra 
Anderson William, laborer, r. 347 Brannan 
Anderson William, laborer Pac. Improvement Co. 
Anderson William, paintmixer James R. Eelly & Co., 

r. 227 Second , 

Anderson William, rigger, r. Branch House 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 35 Pacific 
Anderson William, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Anderson William li. (W. S. Ray & Co.) r. 2631 Howard 
Anderson William B., carpenter and builder, 2 Tyler, 

r. 10 Verona PI 
Anderson William H.. calker, r. 409 Folsom 
Anderson William H., salesman, r. 409 Folsom 
Anderson William James, laborer, Presidio 
Anderson William R., laborer Central Pac. RR., r. 114 

Fourth 
Anderson W. V., butcher Alfred W. Morgenstern, r. 

Winchester House 
Anderson Y. Miss, tailoress, r. 720 Mission 
Anderson Z., seaman, r. 415 East 
Anderson. See Andersen and Andresen 
Anderssen Charles, seaman, r. 409 Drumm 
Andersson Axel, porter Getz Brothers & Co., r. 222 

Fifth 
Anderton Frederick C, tannery. Eleventh Av, bet N 
and P, r. Fifteenth Av, bet P and Q, South S. F. 



Andes Silver Mining Co. (Sterey Co. Nev.) Michael 
Landers secretary, 2 Nevada Block 

Andker Andrew, driver Potrero and B. V. RR., r. cor 
Kentucky and Sonoma 

Andlauer Jacques, carpenter, r. 229 Tenth 

Andlauer Joseph V., with John Mallon, r. 229 Tenth 

Andoe William A., r. 1410 Taylor 

Andonaegui Frank, r. 40 Park Av. 

Andor Netti P., packer Folger, Schilling & Co., r. 826 
Broadway 

Andornetti Celeste, compositor Courrler de San Fran- 
cisco, r. 816 Broadway 

Andornetti Gio B., sculptor, r. 818 Sansom 

Andrade Antonio, porter, r. 438 Green 

Andrade Charles K., sawmaker Pac. Saw Manufactur- 
ing Co., r. 1308 Montgomery 

Andrade Evaristo, mail agent stmr Newbem, r. Gail- 
hard Hotel 

Andrade Guillermo, r. 656 Folsom 

Andrade Guillermo C, manager Custom House Dept. 
Wpnceslao Loaiza, r. 656 Folsom 

Andrade Joaquin D., carpenter, r. 1308 Montgomery 

Andrade M. 8., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc. 730 Mont. 

Andrade Ramon M., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 
Montgomery 

Andrade Silvestre, agent, r. 1517 Dupont 

Andrade Z., cigars, 635 Pacific 

Andre John L., porter Selby Smelting and Lead Co., 
416 Montgomery 

Andrea John, with Lachman & Jacobl, r. 431 Pine 

Andreani Giuseppe, manager A. Tagliaferro & Co., r. 
420 Jackson 

Andreano Rocco, fisherman, Front St.Wharf 

Andreas H., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works 

Andreas John G., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, 
r. German Hotel 

Andree Robert, bookkeeper Schmidt & Butler, r. 319 
Pine 

Andrei Peter, fisherman. Front St.Wharf 

Andres Catharine, widow, r. 342 Clementina 

Andres Christian, musician Tivoli Garden, r. 345 Jessie 

Andres John P., foreman A. M.Simpson & Brother, 
1 Howard, r. 12 Tehama 

Andres Paul, baker, r. 609 Jackson 

Andresen Brothers (John G. and Christian) carriage 
and wagonmakers, 607 Battery 

Andresen Christian (Andresen Brothers) r. Oakland 

Andresen H., Jour. Shipwrights' Assn, 71 New Mont. 

Andresen Henry, waiter Ahlborn House 

Andresen John, machine hand M. & A. Hansen, r. 1312 
Broderick 

Andresen John G. (Andresen Brothers) r. Oakland 

Andresen Peter N., cooper David Woerner, r. 1321 Na- 
toma 

Andressen Henry P., carpenter, 1007 Folsom "~~ 

Andrew Annie Miss, r. 2113^ Turk 

Andrew Anton, liquor saloon, W s Mission nr St. 
Mary's College 

Andrew Carrie E. Miss, hairdresser, 251 Third 

Andrew Elizabeth, widow, r. 251 Third 

Andrew George, carijeuter, r. SW cor Greenwich and 
Van Ness Av 

Andrew Hannah Miss, fancy goods and takery, 1332 
Pacific 

Andrew James, painter, r. 211 J^ Turk 

Andrew Jchn, r. 422 Van Ness Av 

Andrew Manuel, longshoreman Charles E. Haseltine 

Andrews A., r. 120 Ellis 

Andrews Abraham, importer watches, diamonds, and 
jewelry, 221 Montgomery, r. 920 Larkin 

Andrews Alexander, engineer Odd Fellows' Cemetery, 
r. E s Johnson Av, nr Point Lobos Av 

Andrews Alfred G., carpenter, r. NW cor Filbert and 
Franklin 

Andrews Alfred R., cooper, r. 505 Broadway 

Andrews Amador, express messenger Wells, Fargo & 
Co., r. 1104 Sacramento 

Andrews Amasa B., inspector Custom House, r. Ala- 
meda 

Andrews Charles, weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, Black Point 

Andrews Charles A., law student, r. 424 Minna 

Andrews Charles H., driver John' A. Shepston, r. 452 
Bartlett 

Andrews Charles S., law student, r. 424 Minna 

Andrews C. N., turner Snyder & Co. 

Andrews Collins I., seaman, r. 1617 Polk 

Andrews Edward, clerk, r. 8 Hubbard 

Andrews Edwin O. M., cabinetmaker J. T. Terry & 
Co., r. 612 Mission 



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Aildrews Ellen, widow, r. 1208 Pacific 

Andrews F. E., r. 10 Natoma 

Andrews V. G., clerk freight dept Central Pac. RR., 

r. Alameda 
Andrews Frank, watchmaker, r. 734 Folsom 
Andrews Frederick J., carpenter, r. 519 Branuan 
Andrews George, painter Frost & Richards, r. 309 

Fremont 
Andrews George, Riggers' and Stevedores' Union 

Assn, 806 Montgomery 
Andrews H. Mrs., proprietress Occidental Lodgings, 

536 Market and 35 Sutter 
Andrews Harry, secretary Real Estate Protective 

Assn, 67 Nevada Block, r. 312 Bartlett 
Andrews Henry, laborer, r. 1314 Polk 
Andrews J., r. 36 Clay 
Andrews Jane, domestic 1422 Hyde 
Andrews Jeremiah, engineer stmr Emma, Jackson St. 

Wharf 
Andrews John, bellman Rubs House 
Andrews John, machinehand Phineas Haskell, r. 854 

Folsom 
Andrews John O., carpenter, r. 223 First 
Andrews John P., clerk A. M. Simi^son & Brc, r. 12 

Tehama 
Andrews Joseph, tioilermaker Southern Pac. R. R., r. 

26 Capp 
Andrews Joseph D., mining expert, r. 1045 Mission 
Andrews Letitia M. Miss, cari^et sewer Hartshorn & 

McPhuu, r. 341!«i Fifth 
Anilrews Lillian Miss, actress Baldwin Theater, r. 

Arcade House 
Andnws Mary, domfstic, 1603 Van Ness Av 
Andrews Oliver, wholesale hog butcher. Fifth Av, 

bet K and L, r. NW cor Sixth Av and L, South 

S. P. 
Andrews Otis, compositor Holloway & Briggs, r. 419 

O'Farrell 
Andrews Otis, teamster McNab & Smith, r. 349M 

Minna 
Andrews Richard, stevedore, r. Niagara Av,nr County 

Road, West End Tract 
Andrews Scott, laborer Pacific Tallow Works, r. cor 

Fifth and Railroad Avs. South 8. F. 
Andrews Susan, widow, r. 26 Capp 
Andrews Thomas, carpenter, r. 222 M Fourth 
Andrews Thomas, stage carpenter California Theater, 

r. 5 Jane Place 
Andrews T. J., maltster, r. 436 Brannan 
Andrews T. N., r. 1809 Stockton, rear 
Andrews William, modelmaker, paperhanger and 

whitener. 341 H Fifth 
Andrews William, nurseryman H. Stewart, r. 2406 

Post 
Andre-wsAVilllnm Jr., secretary Pacific Land and 

Trust Co., 513 California, r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Andrews William A., porter W. & I. Steinbart & Co., 

r. 706 Seventeenth 
Andrews William J., milk dairy, Niagara Av, nr 

County Road, West End Tract 
Andrews. See Andrew and Andruss 
Audrewson Andrew, seaman, r. 140 Folsom 
Andriel Frederick, laborer Union Malt House, r. 1413 

Folsom 
Androg Milton, attorney at law, 224 Sftnsome, top 

tloor, r. 701 Van Ness Av 
Andross P. H., clerk coiners' dept U. S. Mint, r. 28 

O'Farrell 
Andross Winfiold S., teamster, r. cor Fifth and Rail- 
road Av, South S. F. 
Andnis Jesse B., auditor California St. RR. Co., r. 138 

McAllister 
Andrus Thomas J., printer Edward M. Murphy & Co., 

r. 1609 Mason 
Andruss Geor«e H., with Tallant & Co.,r. 1313 Vallejo 
Andrzejowsky J. W. Mrs., widow, r. 7f)2 Bush 
Aiiduran C. & Co. (Charles Anduran, 0. Carpy 

and P. Van Bever) Importers and jobbirs foreign 

and California wines and liquors, and proptrs 

Uncle Sam Wine Cellar, distillery and wine vine- 
gar facti>ry, Napa Cily, office 517 Sacramento 
Anduran Charles (C. Anduran & Co.) r. 738 Pacific 
Anduran. See also Anderiin 

Angel Abel E., bookkeeper Henry Dutton, Jr., r. Ala- 
meda 
Angel Charles, lockmaker, r. 169 Silver 
Angel Henry O., policeman City Hall, r. 10 Fifth Av 
Anjjel James, carpenter, r. 613 Blission 
Angel John, boxmaker F. Korbel k. Bros., r. 622 

Seventh 



Angel Joshua, elevator tender 310 Pine, r. Alameda 
Angel Myron, journalist, r. Marlborough House 
Angel Texas (Angel & Francis) r. Alameda 
Angel & Francis (Texas Angel and W. "M. Francis) 

attorneys at law, 302 Montgomery, rooms 30 and 31 
Angelina B, lace cap factory, 419 W2 Stockton 
Angelis August, tinsmith, r. 1333 Natoma 
Angelis Theodore, music teacher, r. 1623 Powell 
Angelis Wilhelmina, widow, r. 1623 Powell 
Angelius Charles, r. 756 Howard 
Angelius Diedrich, helper Albany Brewery, r. 756 

Howard 
Amgell Andrew J., broker, r. 1327 Vallejo 
Angell Elmer, Painters' Pro. Union, 771 Market 
Angell Horace B. (Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works) r. 11 Clementina 
Angell Jonatlian W, apothecary, NW cor First 

and Folsom, r. 264 First 
Angell M. H.. r. The Baldwin 
Angell Otis B., clerk Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works, r. 11 Clementina 
Angell Peter, seaman schr Clara, Sixth St. Wharf 
Angell Stephen, clerk C. T. Raynolds &. Co., r. 800 

Stockton 
Angelo Edward J., bookkeeper Atlas Iron Works 
Angelo Henry J., clerk Apothecaries' Hall, r. 1203 How. 
Angelo Joseph, cook, r. 651 Howard 
Angelo Quilici, fruits, 1811 H Powell 
Angelo Raymo (Pioneer Soda Water Works) r. 220 

Hermann 
Angelopnlo Vangelo, candymaker, r. 525 Mission 
Anger Victor, tatmer, r. 33 Freelon 
Ang Tiuan Theodore, gardener, r. 1617 California 
Angerstclu August, third oflicer SS. Oregon, Folsom 

St. Wharf 
Angeistein Charles, fireman Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 10 

Bry.'iit Av, rear 
Angier A. A. Miss, private school, 618 O'Farrell 
Augier Anne H. Mrs., r. 618 O'Farrell 
Angier Pierre, r. 637 Pacific 
Angier W. T., bookkeeper S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 618 

O'Farrell 
Anginotti Joseph, cartman, r. 627 Seventh 
Anglade J. laborer, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Anglin John J., Stone Cutters' Pro. Assn., 818 How. 
Anglin Michael, cabinetmaker S. F. Furniture Fac- 
tory, r. 449 Tehama, bet Fifth and Sixth 
Anglin Patrick, laborer, r. 2723 Bryant 
Anglin Thomas, packer Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co., r. 

721 Minna 

AN&LO-CALIFORNM BANK (LlinM) 

Frederick F. Low and Ignatz Steinhart managers, 

422 California 
Angonnet Benita Mrs., laundry, 811 Stockton 
Angoustures Antonies, dairyman F. E. Such & Co., W 

8 Douglass, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Angouetures Vincent, dairj-man F. E. Such & Co., W 

s Douglass, bet Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth 
Angulo Antonio, cigarmaker, r. 10 Cadell PI 
Angulo Emnnuel, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Angus Charles, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Angus James S., accountant Nevada Bank of San 

Francisco, r. Alameda 
Angus Neil, cook, r. 534 First 
Anie Frederick, finisher West Coast Furniture Co., r. 

224 Sixth 
Anixter Abraham, milkman, r. 419 Hickory Av 
Ankel Bernard, nurse, r. n.")9!^ Stevenson 
Ankel Harry, peddler, r. .5,59 Ja Stevenson 
Ankel Simon, clerk, r. 559 >!i Stevenson 
Aukele Henry, bookkeeper, r. 60(»Filbert 
Ankele John H., with Philip Speyer >t Co., r. Oakland 
Anker Henry G., pressman M. Schiuidt & Co., r. 847 

Howard 
Anker I. C, printer Petit & Rusjt, r. 847 Howard 
Anker Nana, saleswoman Edward C. Fitis, r. 847 How. 
Ankers C. Mrs., coffee saloon, 717 Mission 
Ankers Christian, show-ca-semaker, 1032 Market, r. 

717 Mission 
Ankers George, quartermaster Pacific Mail SS. Toklo 
Annale B., gardener, r. liSl Fourteenth 
Anneville M., r. 420 Jacksim 
Annis C, r. 1319 Sausom, rear 
Anuis Charles Jr., boot finisher 8. W. Levy, r. 615 

Gough 
AnniS Charles H., boot chaneller S. W. Levy, r. 615 

Gough 
Annis Isabella, widow, r. W s Sansome, bet Filbert 

and Greenwich, rear 



30 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. 



MULLER THE OPTICIAN, 

Established, S.F., 1863, 135 Montgomery. 



IHMAQ i MnPRIQflM i^f-s the most select stock of all the leadings 'varieties of 
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Anois James S., policeman City Hall, r. 112 Taylor 

Annis Nicholas, hackdriver, r. 1712 Ellis 

Anrick Charles, seaman, r. 8 Berry 

Ansberg B., liquor saloon, 34 Austin 

Ansberg Charles, butcher, r. 824 Union 

Ansbro Thomas, cook Chri&tian Thomson, r. 129 

Berry 
Ansbroe Amy, domestic 806 Ellis 
Anschel Samuel, ladies' furnishing goods, 214 Sixth 
Anschultz Matilda, domestic 920 Van Ness Av 
Anselm Otto, upholsterer, r. Laguna, bet Fulton and 

McAllister 
Anselmi AdzoH, laborer, r. Eighteenth, nr Clara Av 
Ansley Barzilla, porter J. W. Gaie Jt Co.,r. 424Drumm 
Anslej' Washington, cooper, 14 Merchant 
Anslinger Grtorge, foreman J. (iundlach & Co., r. 81 

Clementina 
Ansolabehere J., r. 25 Stockton PI 
Anson Mary L. Miss, dressmaker, r. 2011 Hyde 
Anson Patrick F., house and signpainter and glazier, 

38 California, r. 2011 Hyde 
Anson Richard, painter, r. 909 Geary 
Anspacher A., merchant, r. 1012 Van Ness Av 
Anspacher Philip (Altschul, Seller & Co.) r. Hay- 
wards 
Anstett Antoine {Grogan& Anstett) r. 722 Green 
Anstett Eugene J., cook Joseph Vlautin, r. 628 Post 
Antao Manoel d'A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

415}^ Drumm 
Antegan Victor, butcher, r. cor Railroad and Fifth 

■ Ays, Soiith S. F. 
Antelope Mining Co. (Lake District) 0. Van Dyck 

Hubbard secretary, 203 Bush, room 26 
Anthes Frederick, salesman Edward C. Fitts, r. 342 

Clementina 
Anthes John, S. F. Musical Fund Society, 539 Cal 
Anthes Louis, clerk, r. Sophie Terrace 
Anthes Peter (Anthts &Liebmann), r. Sophie Terrace 
Anthes & Liebmanu (Peter Anthes and Otto Lieb- 

mann) liquor saloon, 102 Geary 
Anthonlson Hans, laborer Cal. Sugar Eefinery, r. 1100 
' ' Bryant 

Anthonlson Henry, r. 1700 Kearny, cor Lombard 
Anthony Carrie Miss, r. 1220 Polk 
Anthony Charles V. Rev., pastor Central M. E. Church, 

r. 1165 Mission 
Anthony Edward T. (E. T. Anthony & Co.) r. 124 Oak 
Anthony Eliza E. Mrs., r. 128 Post 
Anthony Emma, widow, r. 1220 Polk 
Anthony E. T. & Co., repackers general merchandise, 

407 and 409 Commercial 
Anthony George W., cigars and tobacco, 8E cor 
I Kearny and Bush, r. 206 Kearny 
Anthony Henry (Anthony & Maass) r. cor Mary Lane 

and Berry 
Anthony Henry, seaman, r. E. b Iowa, nr Yuba 
Anthony Hyman, peddler, r. 5 Kate 
Anthony Jacob A., ship-carpenter, r. 436 Brannan 
Apthony James, carpenter, r. 33 Eddy 
Anthony John A., freight agent Central Pac. ER., 

cor Fourth and King, r. Alameda 
Anthony Peter, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Anthony Richard M., chief clerk V. S. Sub-Treasury, 

r. Oakland 
Anthony William, salesman Peixotto & Silverman, r. 

745 Market 
Anthony & Maass (Henry Anthony and Christopher 

MausB) groceries and liquors, NW cor Mary Lane 

and Berry 
Anthony. See Antony 

Antippa Jacopa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Antlppa Panai, Italian Benev. Soc., 423 Washington 
Antisell Thomas M. (Thomas M. Antisell & Co.) 

r. Berkeley 
Antisell Thomas M. & Co. (Thomas M. Anti- 
sell) pianos and organs, 865 Market 
Antisell William C, manager Thomas M. Antisell & 

Co., r. 26 St. Ann'sBldg 
Antola Angelo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Antoldi S. & Co., produce commission, 514 Sansome 
Antoldi Stanislaus (S. Antoldi & Co.) r. 611 Vallejo 
Antolu Guiseppe, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Antolu Micheli, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Anton August, cigarmaker, r. 506 Fulton 
Antone J., seaman Pacific Coast SS. Senator 
Antone Juan, seaman, r. Ws Sansome, bet Filbert and 

Greenwich, rear 
Antone Manuel, steward swing crew, Oakland Ferry 
Antoni Edward, teamster S. Antoldi & Co., r. 307 

Broadway 



Antonia Clara Mme., physician and medium, office and 

r. 108 Geary 
Antonia Manoel, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

415 H Drumm 
Antonio Luigi, mashman Pac. Distillery, r. NW cor 

Francisco and Fillmore 
Antonio May Miss, actress Adelphi Theater 
Antonio Naveretta, laborer Union Iron Works, r. 220 

Third 
Antony Frank, wines and liquors, 1042 Folsom, r. 41 

Moss 
Antony Henry, cutler Will & Flnck, r.'1822 Stockton 
Antony Joseph, r. 1.506 Folsom 

Antraccoli Benedetto, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Antraccoll Domenico, vegi table peddler, r. 708 Front 
Antraccoli Pietro, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Antrigue J., vegetable peddltr, r. SE cor Front and 

Pacific 
Antunovich F. & Co. (Florio Antunovich and John 

Rosso) coffee saloon, 403 East 
Antunovich Florio, restaurant, 520 Sacramento and 

(F. Antunovich & Co.) r. 712 Green 
Antunovich John, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Antunovich Nicholas, coffee saloon, SW cor East and 

Commercial, r. 533 Union 
Antz Henry, butcher, 1 and 2 Grand Western Market, 

r. 1429 Pine 
Anzel Mary, widow, dressmaker, r. 1023 Market 
Anzenhofer Louis, farmer. Old Ocean House Road, nr 

Industrial School 
Apel John, architect, r. 729 Pine 
Apelt Charles M., cutter Louis Lengfeld, r. 1305 Stock. 
Apgar Jacob M., laborer V. S. Appraiser's Store, r. 

318 Minna 
Apgar Richard M., sergeant police City Hall, r. 609 

Hyde 
Apothecaries' Hall, B. B. Thayer chemist, Wil- 

lliim J. Bryan druggist, S E cor Market and New 

Montgomery, Grand Hotel 
Appel Frank, baker Henry Blum, r. 1819 Powell 
Appel Julius, clerk,r. 527 Tehama, bet Fifth and Sixth 
Appi 1 Louis, liquor saloon, 315 Montgomery Av 
Ajjpel Louis, merchant, r. 650 Washington 
Appel Samuel, clerk Charles Levy & Co., r. 527 Tehama, 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Appel Simon, tailor, 786 Folsom 
Appel Theodore, cigars and tobacco, 146 Third 
Appel William, varnisher Kragen & Geist, r. 786Ji 

Folsom 
Appell John C, cabinetmaker Charles Klemm, r. 148 

Bluxome 
Appenzeller Frederick, tailor, r. 427 Powell 
Appenzeller Jacob, wheelwright Godfried Weber, r. 

625 Brannan 
Appi Antonio, cook, r. 3 Vallejo 
AppiariuB Franz William, driver Sol Wangenheim & 

Co., r.lSlOO'Farrell 
Aijple Abraham, clerk, r. 406 Sixth 
Apple Jacob, bookkeeper, r. 406 Sixth 
Apple Julia Miss, dry goods, 28 Sixth, r. 406 Sixth 
Apple Sarah Mr8.,r. 406 Sixth 
Apple Wolf, r. 406 Sixth 
Appleby Charles, nurseryman William Appleby, r. 

2325 Mission 
Appleby William, nursery, 2325 Mission, r. Napa 
Aijplegate «T. Henry Jr., secretary Wales Con- 
solidated Gold and Silver Mining Co.. 409 Wash- 
ington, r. 2226 Jackson 
Applegate John J., secretary Standard Soap Co., 204 

Sacramento, r. 1719 Webster 
Applegate Josiah H. , attorney at law, 729 Mont- 
gomery, r. The Baldwin 
Applegate Thomas H. (Reld & Applegate) r. 802 Howard 
Appleton A. Mrs., r. 759 Market 
Appleton Abraham, teamster, r. 688 Clementina 
Appleton House, Mrs. L. A. Lyford proprietress, 83 

Fifth 
Appleton Thomas, salesman, 915 Market 
Appo Georgiana, ladies' hairdresser, r. 734 Broadway 
Appo Junius B., porter Pacific Coast SS. Ancon, r. 734 

Broadway 
Appo William, laborer Alban B. Butler, r. 722 Bdwy 
Apponyi C. E. Mrs., journalist, r. 14 Hampton PI 
Appostolo Lazare, fruit dealer, SE cor Taylor and fiUis 
Apprill George, bootmaker, 303 Stockton, r. SW cor 

Jackson and Mason 
Apted Walter, boatman Henry J, Boese, r. 2134 Stock 
Arancino Paolo, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Aranheiro Francisco A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415 JtS Drumm 



WINDOW SHADES, 



Manufacturer of fine "UINDOW 
SHADES for Private Resi- 
dences, Stores, Ofllces, etc., etc. 



G-EO.W. CLARK, 

645 Market Street. 



JAMES E. GORDON & CO., 



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Aranjo Juaua, r. 828 Broadway 

Arata Andrew (Ratto & Arata) , r. SUM Fourth I 

Arata Bartolomeo (Bacich >t Arata) r. 629 Davis ! 

Arata Beujamin, gigger S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

Black Point 
Arata D., vegetables, 17 Colombo Market 
Arata David, groceries, 321 Broadway 
Arata F., vegetables, 15 Colombo Market 
Arata F. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1306 Kearny 
Arata Felice, baki.-r, r. 9 Union PI, rear 
Arata Gio Batta, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 'Washington 
Arata Guiseppi, laborer, r. 1510 Dupout 
Arata John, vegetables, 31 Colombo Market 
Arata Joseph, cartman, r. 3 Maiden Lane 
Arata Louie (Arata & Casassa) r. 1016 Devisadero 
Arata Luigi, laborer, r. 3 Margaret PI 
Arata Luisa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Arata Nicolas, r. 3 Maiden Lane 
Arata Pablo, laborer Sea Wall 

Arata Paolena, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Arata Paolo, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Avata Peter, r. 1306 Kearny 

Arata Rosa, Italian Benev. Soc. 423 Washington 
Arata Serafiuo, peddler, r. 736 Vallejo, rear 
Arata & Casassa (Louis Arata and Dominick Casassa) 

produce, 509 Davis 
Arauz Jos6 E., bootblack, r. Hinckley, nr Dupont 
Arballo Guillermo, blacksmith Langley & Jones, r. 

528 Green 
Arbini Giovanni, gardener, >y s Mission, nr St. Ma- 
ry's College 
Arbogast Frederick, upholsterer Frank G. Edwards, 

r. Blundell House 
Arbuckle Henry Mn»., private boarding, SW cor Santa 

Clara and Illiuuis 
Arbuckle Henry G., ironworker Pac Boiling Mill, r. 

SW cor Santa Clara and Illinois 
Arbuckle Peter, ironworker Pac. Rolling Mill, r. SW 

cor Santa Clara and Illnois 
Arcade (J. J. O'Brien & Co.) dry-goods, 924-928 

Market 
Arcade House, Adoiph Hartman proptr. 45 Sac 
Arcade House, Louis S. Starkweather projitr. 930 

Market 
Arcade Restaurant, McCauley & Young proptrs, 11 )i 

and 13 Sixth 
Arcadian Club, rooms 211 Sutter 
Areata Mills (Humboldt Bay, Cal.) Falk, Chandler & 

Co. proptrs, 128 Steuart 
Archambeau J., laborer, r. 528)6 Valencia 
Archbald John, surveyor S. F. Savings Union, 532 

California, r. 1312 Powell 
Archer Ann, widow, r. Ill Prospect PI 
Archer Charles H., machinist William Hawkins, r. 

919 Folaom 
Archer Edwin E., boatbuilder John F. Penney, r. SW 

cor Solano and Tennessee 
Archer Jennie Miss, capmaker, r. 919 Folsom 
Archer Joseph, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 219 Minna 
Archer K., widow, r. 10 Haywood 
Archer William, hardware and crockery, 919 Folsom 
Archery Hall, 1155 and 1157 Mission 
Archibald Jennie Miss, di-essmaker, r. 27 Lilly Av 
Archibald John, fireman Pacific Mail SS. South Car- 
olina 
Archibald Margaret, seamstress S. F. Laundry, r. 327 

Fell 
Archibald P. L.. & Co. (Prescott L. Archibald 
and Adam J. Jeffers) proptrs Record Livery and 
Sale Stables, 1324 Market and 13 and 15 Park Av 
Archibald Prescott L. (P. L. Archibald & Co.) r. 40 

McAllister 
Archibald William R., foreman P.L. Archibald & Co., 

r. 40 McAllister 
Archibald. See Archbald. 
Arcliidet Louise Mme., milliner, 320 Sutter 
Archidet Victor, salesman Edward C. Slorah, r. 320 

Sutter 
Archie Edward, coachman, r. 810 Jackson 
Ardcry James A., salesmnn, r. 1206 Larkin 
Ardwed Maurice, cook, 606 Stockton 
Arellano Mannela, widow, r. 9 Pullard PI, rear 
Areud Henry A., salesman D. Samuels, r. Ahlbom 

Honse 
Arendalil William, expressman Sander's Hotel, SW cor 

Battery and Vallejo 
Areudt Clara Miss, dressmaker Mrs. P. Stockmann, r. 

1006 Minna 
Arcns Adelbert, mariner, r. SW cor Folsom and Nine- 
teenth 



Arens Otto H., machine hand Phineas Haskell, r. 202 

Second 
Arents .Mbert, mining engineer and metallurgist, 

328 Montgomery, room 16, r. Alameda 
Arey Charles A., mariner, r. 1829 Webster 
Arey Joseph, captain bark Germania, r. cor Folsom 

and First 
Arey Robert. Ship Calkers' Assn, Barra's Hall 
Arey Theodore, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Arey Walter W., bookkeeper, r. 2225 California 
Arfman Henry, baker Eagle Cracker Bakery, r. 1436 

Mission 
Arfort John B., wagon and carriagemaker. 218 Post, r. 

623 Geary 
Argall J., conductor Market St. RR. 
Argall John, machinist, r. 630 Tyler 
Argent Mining Co! (Lodi District, Nev.) F. E. Luty 

secretary, 330 Pine, room 5 
Argenta Mining Co. (Tuscarora, Nev.) Edward M. 
Hall secretary, 20 S. F. Stock Exchange Building 
Argenti A., marljlecutter Daniel Sheerin, SW cor 

Broderick and Ellis 
Argenti Jerome J., clerk Leon Di Nola, r.W s Mission, 

bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argenti TuUio, marblecutter, r. W s Mission, bat 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argenti TuUio Jr., horseshoer Peter W. Commins, r. 

W 6 Mission, bet Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Argonaut Mill and Mining Co., James L. Fields secre- 
tary, 240 Montgomery 
Argonaut Mining Co. (Pinal Co., Arizona) Joseph Pen- 
tecost secretary, 702 Market, room 8 
Argonaut Publishing Co., F. M. Pixley presi- 
dent, Fred M. Somers secretarj', A. P. Stanton 
business manager, publishers The Argonaut, 523 
California 
Argonaut Soap Worka, Oliver Chapman proptr, 

E 8 Potrero Av., bet El Dorado and Center 
Argonaut The (weekly) The Argonaut Publish- 
ing Co. proptrs, 522 California 
Arguella Louis A., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

MonttJoni(-ry 
Argus Publishing Co. . William W. Randall and 
Robert E. Culbreth, publishers City Argus, 405 
Kearny 
Argj-ras Mary, widow, r. 519 Chestnut 
Arlals Ramon, r. 1717 Stockton 

Ariaui Santo, liquor saloon, 894 Front, r. 1031 Mont. 
Arias Benancio, porter Loudon and S. F. Bank, r. Oak- 
land 
Arighi Giovanni, vegetables, 70 Colombo Market 
Arion Halle, Henry Grimm proptr, NE cor Sutter 

and Kearny 
Arion House, Frederick Huber proptr, 13 and 15 Page 
Aristide Augustus, restaurant, 5a Steuart, r. 137 Spear 
Aritola Dolores Miss, dressmaker, r. 1318 Dupont 
Aritz A. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 233 Stevenson 
Arizona Consolidated Mining Co. (Pima Co., Arizona) 
A. F. Main secretary, 309 California, rooms 1 and 2 
Arizona Silver Mining C >. (Humboldt Co., Nev.) 

William Willis secretary, 29 Nevada Block 
Arizona Stage Cos., Joseph Euowlton Jr. agent, 2 New 

Montgomery 
Arjo Manuel, driver G. Venard, 627 Front 
Arl Joseph, waiter, r. 464 Minna, rear 
Arlebeius John, longshoreman, r. 313 Bryant 
Arling Isaac, watchman freight dept Central Pac.RB., 

r. 2731 Bryant Av. 
Arlington House, William H. Brown proptr, 127 

Kearny 
Arlington Nicholas T., bookkeeper Merry, FauU &! 

Co., r. 1826 O'Farrell 
Armager Charles W., sergeant police City Hall.r. 1326 

Jackson 
Armaud Adoiph, clerk Crosett & Co., r. 725 Vallejo 
Armand August, capitalist, r. 1402 Powell 
Armaud Gold and Silver Mining Co., James L. Fields 

secretary, 240 Montgomery 
Armand Gregoire, r. 1027 Dupont 
Armann Edward (Greif k Armann) r. 909 Kearny 
Armas Antonio F., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 )<s Drumm 
Armas Francisi-o P., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415)<4 Drmum 
Armbruster Adoiph, liquor saloon, NE cor Sixth and 

Shipley, r. 148 Shipley 
Armbruster Daniel, carpenter, r. 11 Hickory Av 
Armbruster Julius, engraver Cal. Jewelry Co., r. 2101 

Steiuer 
Armbruster Wiliam, r. 7 Qulncy PI 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES 

Office, 33 Geary St. 



J. MACDONOUGH, 



IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IX COAL AXD PIG IRON, 

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Armer Benjamin, sbiijping clerk Eullruan & Ariner, 

r. 1424 Bush 
Ariner Joseph L., bookkeeper KuUman & Armer. r. 

1424 Bush 
Armer Max (Kullman & Armer) r. 1424 Bush 
Armes Charles W. (Armes & Dallam) r, Oakland 
Arms George W. (Armes & Dallam) r, Oakland 
Armes Moses C, marker S. F. Laundry, r. NW cor 

Turk and Fillmore 
Armes Richcrd, laborer Superintendent Streets 
Arnies & Dallam (C. W. aud G. \V. Armes and 
Eichard B. Dallam) importers wood aud willow 
ware, manufs brooms, tubs and pails, and agents 
F. N. Davis & Co's building paper and Irving 
Brothers' paper carpeting, factory San Quentin, 
office 115 and 117 Frout 
Armevilla A., cook D. Constant, r. 420 Jackson 
Armez C. Cara, domestic 2320 Washington 
Armidale House, Mrs. M. Strachan proprietress, 969 

Mission 
Armington Edward J., clerk James J. McDonnell, r. 

33 Buss 
Armington Edward R., tailor Henry Harmon, r. 33 

Kuas 
Armitage George, extraman engine No. 7 8. F. F. D., 

r. 329 H Sixteenth 
Armitage John (Branson, Armitage & Co.) r. 1008 

McAllister 
Armitage Joseph, apothecary, SE cor Sixteenth and 

Howard 
Armitage Joseph, painter, r. 945 Folsom 
Armouino Pietro, Garibaldi Guard armory, 423 Bdwy. 
Armory Block, NW cor New Montgomery and Howard 
Armory Hall, 134 Fourth 

Armory Hall Building, NE cor Montgomery and Sac. 
Armour George W., waiter Union Club, r. 557}<^ Natoma 
Armour Henry, machinist Risdon I. and L. Work* 
Arms Claude Mrs., dressmaker, 109 Montgomery 
Armsen James T., conductor Sutter St. RR., r. 1122H 

Larkin 
Armstead John, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 37 Natoma 
Armstrong A., r. 733 Market 
Armstrong Albert M., printer, r. 524 Hayes 
Armstrong Alfred, seaman, r. 326 Main 
Armstrong Andrew J., fiirijished rooms, 817 Mont. 
Armstrong Arthur B., sparmaker Castner & McLellan, 

r. Oakland 
Armstrong Askey, assistant wharfinger State Harbor 

Commissioners, r. NE cor Dujjont and Chestnut 
Armstrong Benjamin F., salesman I. S. Kosenbaum 

& Co., r. 228 Turk 
Armstrong Catharine Miss, saleslady S. Mosgrove & 

Bro., r. NE cor Twenty-fourth and Howard 
Armstrong Charles, cooper Rudolph Armstrong, r. 

428 Drumm 
Armstrong Christopher, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Folsom and Harriet, r. 1018 Folsom 
Armstrong Christopher, painter Go,ssman & Co., r. 

825 Market 
Armstrong Edward J. M., clerk Benjamin S. Brooks, 

r. 765 Market 
Armstrong Edward W.. asst. cashier S. F. Gaslight 

Co., r. lli;^ Twelfth 
Armstrong Frank, traveling agent, r. 228 Turk 
Armstrong Frederick, laborer, r. 305 Minna 
Armstrong G. and S. M. Co. (Lake Dist., Mono Co.) C. 
Van Dyck Hubbard secretary. 203 Bush, room 26 
Armstrong George, barkeeper John Monahan & Co., 

r. 66 Tehama 
Armstrong George, special jjoliceman Presidio 
Armstrong George N., master mariner, r. 1219 Tyler 
Armstrong George W.. porter Phil. McGovern, r. West 

End House 
Armstrong Gold Mining Co. (Butte Co., Gal.), J. W. 

Pew secretary, 310 Pine, room 17 
Armstrong Henry, ijainter Jabez S. Swan, r. 3516 Six- 
teenth 
Armstrong Henry, seaman, r. 18 Baldwin Court 
Armstrong Henry, seaman schr Col.. Baker, Steuart 

St. Wharf 
Armstrong James, r. E 6 Harrison, bet Twenty-fourth 

and Twenty-fifth 
Armstrong James, carpenter, r. 613 Mission 
Armstrong James, clerk W. G. Still & Co. 
Armstrong James, tinsmith, 133 Ninth 
Armstrong Jennie Miss, r. 2120 Union 
Armstrong Jenny Mrs., r. 118 Eddy 
Armstrong J. J., whitoner, r.Ss Fifteenth, W of Castro 
Armstrong Johanna (widow) r. cor Cherebusco and 
Henrietta, Bernal Heights 



Armstrong Jolm, r. 2 Elliot Park 
Armstrong John, carpenter, r. 111}^ Twelfth 
Armstrong John, tailor Christopher Ward 
Armstrong John Gustav, cooper Rudoljih Armstrong, 

r. 4 Taylor PI 
Armstrong John H., letter carrier Post Office, r. 449 

Jessie 
Armstrong John L., stockbroker, 444 California, r. 524 

Hayes 
Armstrong John R., delivery clerk Pacific Mail SS Co. 
Armstrong Kate Mrs., seamstress, r. 231 Sixth 
Armstrong Lillie Miss, actress, r. 817 Montgomery 
Armstrong Lizzie Miss, r. 2 Eliot Park 
Armstrong Louis, macliinist, r. Columbia Hotel 
Armstrong Mary Mrs., r. 341 Minna 
Armstrong Mary Mrs., r. 1225 Market 
Armstrong Nellie Miss, assistant Hayes Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 524 Hayes 
Armstrong R. B., clerk, r. 1037 Valencia 
Armstrong Richard, salesman Cluflf Bros., r. 1321 

Clay 
Armstrong Robert B., bookkeeper Martin J. Flavin, r. 

835 Bush 
Armstroii^^ Rudolpli, cooper, 121 Jackson and 
72 Oregon, r. 1023 Hampshire, bet Twenty-second 
and Twenty-third 
Armstrong Samuel C, clerk George W. Miller, r. 564 

Bryant 
Armstrong Samuel P., teamster Henry Dutton Jr., 

r. .303 Bartlett, rir Twenty-third 
Armstrong Sarah Miss, r. 2 Elliot Park 
Armstrong Thomas, boilermaker Pac. Boiling Mill, r. 

Cassius Hotel 
Armstrong Thomas C, proptr Hayward Express, 1 

Commercial, r. Haywards 
Armstrong Thomas F., miner, r. Ocean Beach, nr 

Ocean House 
Armstrong Thomas H. (Armstrong & Wright) r. 1212 

Howard 
Armstrong Thomas L., machinist Union Iron Works, 

r. 401 Oak 
Armstrong T. L. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 401 Oak 
Armstrong Truman B., tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson 
Armstrong William, compositor S. F. Chronlole, r. 

615 Minna 
Armstrong William, grainer, r. 302 Capp 
Armstrong William, teamster, r. NW cor Polk and 

Fell 
Armstrong William F., grainer, 604 Howard, r. 302 

Capp 
Armstrong William G., compositor Evening Bulletin, 

r. 1037 Valencia 
Armstrong William H., seaman, r. 1923 Fillmore 
Armstrong William J., salesman O'Connor, Moffatt k 

Co., r. 807 Leavenworth 
Armstrong William W., clerk Hutchinson & Mann, r. 

2033 Fillmore 
Armstrong & Wright (Thomas H. Armstrong and 
Daniel Wright) manufs boots and shoes, 67 and 
69 Stevenson 
Armstrong's Hayward Express, Thomas C. Armstrong 

proptr, 1 Commercial 
Arnaiz L., clerk, r. 21 Ritch 
Ariiaud Albert, wines and liquors, NW cor Du- 

pont and Post, r. 612 Bush 
Arnaud Antone, seaman, r. 129 Jackson 
Arnaud Charles, peddler, r. 1 Gavin 
Arnaiid Charles F., knife grinder, r. 3 Caroline PI 
Arnaud Paul, upholsterer, 426 Powell 
Arnaud Pierre, boxmaker Pacific Box Factory, r. 12 

Willow 
Amberger Frank, musician, r. 1209 Montgomery 
Arnell William J., milkman, r. S s Bush, bet Pierce 

and Scott 
Ames Dora, domestic, 6163^ Filbert 
Arnesen Soren, packer, r. 900 Filbert 
Arneson Ivan, cook John Green, r. 8 Jackson 
Arnest John M., photographer Bradley & Rulofson 
Amest S., bargeman North Pac. Coast RR. 
Arnett Nathaniel H., driver Hose No. 5, S. F. F. D., r. 

23 Fell 
Arnett Richard (Arnett & Starkey) r. E b San Bruno 

Road, nr Twenty-ninth 
Arnett & Starkey (Richard Arnett and Edward J. Star- 
key) eggs and poultry, E s San Bruno Road, nr 
Twenty-ninth 
Arnheim A., clerk Banner Brothers, NE cor Sutter 

and Sansome 
Arnheim Benjamin (Arnheim & Co.) r. New York 



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Arnheim Charles, salesman Amheim k Co., r. 

Market 
Amheim Frederick, manager Arnheim & Co., r. 

Market 
Arnheim Gustave, jeweler, r. 8 Steuart 
Arnheim Herman S., clerk Samuel S. Amheim, 

Steuart 
Amheim Joseph, second cook German Hospital 
Arnheim Julius S., chemist and druggist, NE cor Oak 

and Octavla 
Arnheim Marks (Arnheim & Co.) r. New York 
Arnheim Samuel S., stationery, 8 Steuart 
Arnheim William S., watchmaker and jeweler, 8 Steu. 
Arnheim & Co. (Benjamin and Marks Arnheim and 

Salomon Silberberg) merchant tailors, 90« Market 
Arnhold Hugo, salesman Lilienthal & Co., r. 5i7 

Turk 
Arnister Harris, milkm-in, r. 207 Gough 
Arnizo Alonzo, driver Empire Coal Mine and RE., r. 

21 Ritch 
Arnknecht L., blacksmith Risdon I. and L. Works 
Arnold — . baker, r. 609 Jackson 
Arnold A. Mrs., r. 1120 Market 

Arnold Aaron K., cigars and tobacco, 206 Montgomery 
Arnold Adam, laborer German Hospital 
Arnold Alexander, seaman, r. 129 rols>)m 
Arnold August (Steinmiller Jc Arnold) r. 417 Fran- 
cisco 
Arnold Austin, cashier Marcus C. Hawley & Co.. r. 413 

Van Ness Av 
Arnold Benjamin E., wholesale butcher, SE cor Val- 
encia and Twenty-third, and N s M, nr Fifth Av, 

South S. F.. r. 1121 Valencia 
Arnold Brothers (Cyrus M. and Gilbert C.) real-estate 

agents. 207 Kearny 
Arnold C, hatter, r. 1002 Montgomery 
Arnold Charles H., compositor Winterburn & Co., r. 

1060 Howard 
Arnold Charles W., secretary Edward B. Perrin, 402 

Kearny, r. 120 Fulton 
Arnold Cyrus M. (Arnold Brothers) , r. 2007 Mission 
Arnold Edward, gardener J. G. Fair, r. 1120 Pine 
Arnold Edwin, driver Benjamin E. Arnold, r. 1121 

Valencia 
Arnold Emily, widow, r. 1 Delgado PI 
Arnold Emily J. Mrs., lodgings, 1060 Howard 
Arnold Ferdinand D., lettercarrier Post OfSce, r. 945 

Twentieth 
Arnold Francis W., cooper, 609 Battery, r. 523 Octavla 
Arnold Frank, clerk, r. 37 Eddy 
Arnold Frank, milkman William Hall, r. France Av, 

bet Mission and San Bruno road 
Arnold Frank K., clerk Aaron K. Arnold, r. 21 Dupont 
Arnold George, boxjuaker Union Box Factory 
Arnold George A., tanner Frederick C. Anderton, r. 

m Geneva 
Arnold George 0., teacher languagcB, r. 920 Union, 

rear 
Arnold George H., 

sion Av 
Arnold Gilbert C 

teeuth 
Arnold Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Arizona) A. 

Judson secretary, 320 Sansome, room 46 
Arnold Gottlieb, market, W s Church, bet Twenty- 
eighth and Duucnn 
Arnold Henry, baker The Baldwin 
Arnold Henry B., clerk T. J. French & Co., r. 2355 

Howard 
Arnold Hugo, commercial traveller, r. 527 Turk 
Arnold James, locksmith, r. 863 >6 Market 
Arnold. Johauua Miss, r. 10 St. Charles PI 
Arnold John C, agent, r. S s Twentieth, bet Valencia 

and Guerrero 
Arnold John F., conductor Clay St. Hill RR., r. 1503 

Leavenworth 
Arnold Joseph, wood and coal, 333 Third, r. 331 Third 
Arnold Julia Miss, dressmaker, r. 1 Delgado PI 
Arnold Julia Miss, seamstress, r. 1126 Market 
Arnold Louis, clerk George Sammy, r. NE cor Tyler 

and Larkin 
Arnold Marcus P., letter carrier Post Office, r. 1503 

Leavenworth 
Arnold Mary Miss, dressmaker Mrs. E. Peyser, r. 

» 1 Delgado PI 
Arnold aiatthew, superintendent Union Iron Works, 

r. 342 Minna 
Arnold Michael, r. 639 Geary 
Arnold Michael, hostler Thomas Kelly, r. 8E cor 

Leavenworth and O'Farrell 



clerk Occidental Hotel, r. 11 Mis- 
(Amold Brothers) r. 333 Seven- 



Arnold Noah S. (N. S. Arnold K Co.) r. 1521 Geary 
Arnold N. S. ^ Co. (Noah S. Arnold) hardware 
commission merchants, and manufs' agents, and 
agents Powelton Coal Co., 310 California 
Arnold Otto, messenger London and San Francisco 

Bank, r. 719 Sutter 
Arnold P., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. The Wind- 
sor 
Arnold Patrick, r. 612 Polk 
Arnold Peter, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Arnold Phillip, confectioner The Baldwin 
Arnold Rebecca H., widow, r. 945 Twentieth 
Arnold Richard, stone mason, r. 18 Minna 
Arnold Rufus G., teamster, r. 234 Sixteenth 
Arnold Sarah W., widow, r. 2355 H(jward 
Arnold Thomas, lloorman James Tomkinson, r. 18 

Minna 
Arnold Thomas C, salesman Hecht Bros. & Co., r. 

1622 Polk 
Arnold T. J., clergyman, r. 345 Third, rear 
Arnold Uriah K. (.Arnold & Richman) and bookkeeper 

Greenebaum, Sachs & Freeman, r. 1540 Wash. 
Arnold Wil.iam E., bookkeeper Hecht Bros. & Co., 

r. 1201 Van Ness Av 
Arnold William G., clerk Edward F. Twohig, r. 

2355 Howard 
Arnold William H., scalemaker Raymond & Wll- 

shire, r. 861 ?< Market 
Arnold William T., photographic printer Peters & 

Sewell, r. 1060 Howard 
Arnold *c Richman (Uriah K. Arnold and Henry Rich- 
man) manufrs rock drills and air compressors, 13 
Fremont 
Arnot N. D. Mrs., widow, r. 6 Liberty 
Arnott James, carpenter, r. 795 Steveuson 
Aruott John, bricklayer, r. 795 Steveuson 
Arnott Thomas, expressman, SE cor Fourth and How- 
ard, r. 9.-i4 Harrison 
Arnsberg Herman, physician, r. 332 Tenth 
Arnstein Eugene, with Lazard Freres, r. 1209 Leaven- 
worth 
Arnstein Isaac, r. 118 Eddy 

Amstein Ludwig (Stein, Simon & Co.) r. 1528 Sutter 
Aron Leoijold, painter, r. 452 Sixth 
Aron Maximilian, salesman Otto Benuann, r. 314 

Bush 
Aron. See Aaron 

Aronsohn Alexander, beerbottler, r. 1507 Folsom 
Aronsohn Benjamin, barber Hugo Klemm, r. 912 

Folsom 
Aronsohn I., fruits, 3 Sixth, r. N s Stevenson, bet 

Sixth and Seventh 
Aronsohn Sigmond, insurance apent, 322 California 
Aronsohn Simon, salesman I. Aronsohn, r. 912 Folsom 
Aronson Abraham, furniture, 1320 Stockton, r. 617 

Stevenson 
Aronson David, teacher Hebrew, r. 617 Stevenson 
Aronson G. & Co. (George Aronson and Adolph P. 

Craner) pawnbrokers, 110 Kearny 
Aronson George (G. Aronson & Co.) r. 514 Eddy 
Aronson M. J., shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. 617 Stev. 
Aronson. See Aaronson and Aronsohn 
Aronstein A., physician, office 29 Kearny, r. 520 Jones 
Arpe Domenico, fruits, 030 Kearny, r. N s Jackson 

bet Kearny and Dupont 
Arper Clarence T. compositor Golden Gate Publish- 
ing Co., r. 153 Sixteenth 
Arper George W (Thompson & Arper) r. 153 Sixteenth 
Arper Thomas, carpenter Southern Pao. RR., r. 153 

Sixteenth 
Arper W., millwright Pac. Spring Mattress Co., r.NE 

cor Sixteenth and Shotwell 
Arrigoni Manuel, flsheriuan Front St.Wharf 
Arrigoni Napoleon, fresco painter, r. 225 Green 
Arrillaga Santiago, teacher piano, r. 1920 Buchanan 
Arriugton Nicholas O., collector, 603 Washington, r. 

1502 Powell 
Arringtou Nicholas T., bookkeeper, r. 1826 O'Farrell 
Arrington William B., way bill clerk Wells, Fargo & 

Co., r. 1517 Taylor 
Arriola Francisca, widow, r. 1528 Powell 
Arriola Hermiuia Mil's, portrait painter, r. 6 Cadell 

Alley 
Arriola Isabel, widow, r. 6 Cadell Alley 
Arrisou Henry, carpenter, r. 794 Twenty-fourth 
Arrouze Eugene, laiiudryman, r. 1425 Bush 
Arrowsmith Augustus D., r. 401 Minna 
Arrowsmith J, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co 
Arrowsmith Joseph, miner, r. 1.508 Post 
Arroyo Yanuario (J. Trejos & Co) r. 11 Second Av 



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Art Association S. F., rooms 480 Pine 

Artechi Francisco, carpenter, r. 1119 Kearny 

Arteng Frank, cook United States Hotel 

Arth George, laborer Schweitzer & Bro., r. 233 First 

Arthur Charles S., carriagetrimmer Carvill Manuf. 
Co., r. 1632 Howard 

Arthur E. M., paying teller Nevada Bank of San 
Francisco, r. Oakland 

Arthur Matthew, engineer Mission Bock, r. 530 Third 

Arthur Btding, waiter stmr Alice Garrett, Washington 
St.Wharf 

Arthur Robert, r. 236 Sutter 

Arthur Stephen E., conductor N. B. and Mission RR., 
r. 829 Folsom 

Arthur William J., carpet beating, etc., 21 Tyler, r. 32 
Twenty.fifth 

Arthur William S., bakery and confectionery, 589 Sec- 
ond 

Artlgues Canning Co (Emil, Jean and Louis Artigues) 
packers cooked meats. Fifth Av, nr Railroad Av, 
South S. F. 

Ai-tigues E. & Co. (Emil, Jean and Louis Artigues) 
tripe, etc., 14 S. F. Market, 1146 Market, andFifth 
Av, bet Railroad Av and N, South S. F. 

Artigues Emil (E Artigues & Co., and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.) r. 207 Valencia 

Artigues Jean (E Artigues & Co., and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.) r. 517 Bryant 

Artigues Jean Sr., r. Fifth Av bet Railroad Av and N, 
South S. F. 

Artigues Louis (E Artigues & Co., and Artigues Can- 
ning Co.) r. 650 Bryant 

Arvettint Peter, r. 6 Polk Lane 

Arviza Mrs, r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 

Arzaga Augustin P., compositor La Sociedad, r. 521 
Green 

Arzberger Joseph, laborer Louis SIoss & Co.'b Ware- 
house, r. 119 Park Av 

Arzberger Lena, domestic 1406 Van Ness Av 

Arzberger Martin, painter, r. 119 Park Av 

Asal Adolf, brushmaker, r. 746 Minna 

Asberry James, r. 310 Post 

Asbury Frank H, r. 136 Sixth 

Asch Benjamin, barber, 215 Sixth, r. 26 Oak Grove 
Av 

Asch Isaac, barber Benjamin Asch, r. 26 Oak Grove 
Av 

Asch Simon, salesman Buyer, Reich & Co., r. 28 Oak 
Grove Av 

Asch William, cigars and tobacco, 215 Sixth, r. 26 Oak 
Grove Av 

Ascbe T. Henry (T. Henry Asche & Co.) r. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 

Asche T. Henry & Co. (T. Henry Asche) im- 
porters kid gloves, NW cor Kearny and Geary 

Aschen Ernest F., groceries, NW cor Bush and Oc- 
tavia 

Aschen Henry, clerk Charles M. Bose, r. SE cor Ellis 
and Fillmore 

Ascher George, bootblack, r. 268 Clara 

Aschheim Israel J., traveling salesman Auerbach, 
Goldberg .t Co., r. 534 Kearny 

Aschim S., r. S05 Market 

Aschinot A., cabinetmaker, r. 812 Folsom 

Aschmann William, clerk Frederick Martens, r. 3 
Winters Lane 

Ascouerilli Valentine, milkman, r. S s Francisco, bet 
Fillmore and Pierce 

Ascroft Henry, conductor Geary St., P. and O. RR., r. 
630 Geary 

Ash Alfred, vegetables and fruit, 233 Eighth 

Ash David, blacksmith, r. 2 Adelaide PI 

Ash Ellen Mrs., groceries, 15 Tehama PI 

Ash Isidore, furrier, 315 Hayes 

Ash Julia, domestic Palace Hotel 

Ash Peter, laborer Union Iron Works, r. 551 Minna 

Ash Robert, attorney and counsellor at law, 601 Cali- 
fornia, r. 210 Eddy 

Ash Rosa Miss, dressmaker, r. 315 Hayes 

Ash Thomas P., assistant secretary S. F. Stock and 
Exchapge Board, r. Inglewood House 

Ash. See Asch and Ashe 

Ashbnrner William, mining engineer, 240 Mont- 
gomery, room 8, r. 1014 Pine 

Ashbury Monroe, capitalist, r. Grand Hotel 

Ashby Elijah W., attorney at law, 601 California, r. 
1043 Folsom 

Ashby Lamb H., r. 267)^ Stevenson 

Ashcock George H., water tender Pacific Mail SS. 
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Ashcroft Sarah Miss, r. 1208 Jackson 

Ashcroft William, captain stmr McPherson, r. 1208 

Jackson 
Ashcroft William, hay weigher Green St.Wharf 
Ashdown Archibald, accountant, 507 Montgomery, r. 

806 Leavenworth 
Ashe C. L. Mrs., r. 512 Eddy 
Ashe Elizabeth, widow, r. S s Valley, bet Sanchez and 

Church 
Ashe Gregory, porter J. E. Richards, r. 302 Eighteenth 
Ashe Matthew, bai-keeper J. E. Richards, r. N s Lizzie, 

nr Mission 
Ashe Richard P., clerk William T.Wallace, r. 512 Eddy 
Ashe William, musician, r. 720 Sacramento 
Ashe William L., farmer, r. 512 Eddy 
Asher Alexander B., policeman City Hall, r. 13 Willow 
Asher Asher F., varieties, etc., 408 Fourth 
Asher Colman, tobacco and cigars, NE cor Larkln and 

Sutter, r. 711 Geary 
Asher Edward, waiter, r. 509 Washington 
Asher L. M., fruit and confectionery, 1027 Larkln, r. 

619 Geary • 

Asher Simon (Asher & Smith) r. 107 Virginia 
Asher William, salesman Davis Bros., r. 408 Fourth 
Asher W. L., Cigar Makers' Assn., 771 Market 
Asher & Smith (Simon Asher and Hyman Smith) oil- 
clothing manufs, 325 Davis 
Asherson Emil, collector Hebrew Observer, r. 538 

Jessie 
Ashford William, laborer, r. 11 Pacific 
Ashley Delos R., clerk, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley D. R. Mrs., widow, r. 712 Bush 
Ashley Frank J., clerk J. D. Brown & Co., r. Bonanza 

House 
Ashley John R,, clerk, r. 815 Stockton 
Ashley L. W., painter John S. Mellon, r. 946 Howard 
Ashley Sarah Mrs., bakery, 358 Third 
Ashley W'. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 120 Sutter, rooms 51-53 
Ashley Ward H., accountant, r. 120 Sutter, room 5 
Ashley Warren, attorney at law with Neuman & Eick- 

hoff. r. 712 Bush 
Ashmal Richard T., machinist, r. cor Clara Av and 

Ocean House Road 
Ashman A. Miss, teacher music, r. 764 Mission 
Ashman Richard T., engineer, r. W s Clara Av, bet 

Eighteenth and Nineteenth 
Ashman William, Lumberman's Pro. Union, 71 New 

Montgomery 
Ashmead Gustavus S., builder, r. W s Bryant Av, bet 

.Mariposa and Solano 
Ashmore William, r. 309 Mason 
Ashmore William E., bellman Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Ashner Samuel H., printer, r. 629 Clay 
Ashton Cliarles, real-estste agent, 120 Sutter, room 

80, r. Baden, San Mateo Co. 
Ashton Charles S., bookkeeper, r. 2912 Fillmore 
Ashton George F., clerk Cal. Insurance Co., r. 807Cal. 
Ashton H. H., waiter, r. 30 Mint Av 
Ashton Kate Miss, teacher music, r. 764 Mission 
Ashton M. Mrs., teacher, r. 1522 Polk 
Ashton W. C. Mrs., r. 786 Folsom 
Ashworth Daniel, plumber melter and refiners' dept. 

U. S. Mint, r. West Berkeley 
Ashworth Thomas, r. 806 McAllister 
Askey Armstrong, aKst. wharfinger Clay St. Wharf, r. 

SE cor Chestnut and Dupont 
Askorline John, seaman, r. 140 Folsom 
Asmann Adolph (Pacific Coast Packing Co.) r. Jersey, 

bet ElDorado and Alabama 
Asmus John, farmer, r. Russia Av, nr Mission 
Asmus John, laborer Martenstein & Doming, r. 1529 

Turk 
Aemusseu Asmus, drygoods, SE cor Eighth and Har- 
rison 
Asmussen Christian (O. Wilson & Co.) r. 1227 Hamp- 
shire 
Asmussen George, wood, coal, hay and grain, SW cor 

Shotwell and Twentieth 
Asmussen Peter, steward, r. 30 Clay 
Asmussen Susan Mrs., drygoods, 401 Eighth 
Asmussen Thomas, seaman schr John N. lugalls 
Asmussen W. A. & Co. (William A. Asmussen and 
James White) groceries and liquors, and board- 
ing, NW cor Eighth and Bryant 
Asmussen William, r. N s Twenty-sixth, bet Shotwell 

and Folsom 
Asmussen William A. (W. A. Asmussen & Co.) and 
drygoods, SE cor Eighth and Harrison, r. 401 
Eighth 
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Aspedora , longshoreman Menzies, Bingham & Co. 

Aspelin Carl, dyer F. Thomas & Co., r. 2 Potter 
Aspinwall William E., laborer Henry Hoesch, r. Em- 
pire House 
Aspril William', tjhip Calkers' Assn., Barra's Hall 
Assalino Nicholas, tailor T. Lancaster & Co., r. S s 

Precita Av, nr Guunison Av 
Assanger A. Mrs., r. 20 Harlan PI 
Assayer State, Louis Falkenau, 328 Montgomery, 

room 16 - 
Asselin John, carpenter California Mills, r. 67 Natoma 
Assessor City and County, New City Hall, first 

floor 
Assion Henry, tailor, r. 730 Vallejo 
Assion geury F., bookbinder Bartling & Kimball, r. 

730 Vallejo 
Assion Joseph, toerchant tailor, 205 Montgomery, r. 

348 Third 
Assiou Joseph C, tailor 025 Merchant, r. 730 Vallejo 
Assisb Pedro, cook J. W. Morrel, r. 102s Market 
Assistant Superintendent Rail^vay Mail 

■ Service, OOti Montgomery, third floor 
Associated Press, William M. Webster agent, 

302 Montgomery, room 34 
Aeten A. O. S. Mrs., dressmaker, 31 Ellis 
Aster George, bookbinder, r. 1622 West Mission 
Astin George Mrs., widow, r. 100 Shotwell 
Astofi' David, seaman, r. 254 Clara 
Astokes Henry, porter Pacific Mail SS Dakota 
Aston James, plumber, r. 220 Eleventh 
Aston Sarah E., widow, r. 220 Eleventh 
Astor Block, 031 Sacramento 
-Astor Henry, laborer, r. 400 Clementina 
.\stor House, A. Segelke proptr., .509 and 511 Broadway 
A.storg Alphonse (Astoig Brothers) r. 32 J^ Harriet 
Astorg Brothers (Ali)honae & Marcellin) butchers 5 

•and 6 Grand Arcade Market 
Astorg Marcellin (Astorg Brothers) r. 32 J^ Harriet 
Astorg JoB^, seaman, r. 6 Hinckley 
Astredo Anthony, Astredo's Exchange, 635 Washington 

r. 914 Vallejo 
Astredo Anthony, Jr., employee Eureka Warehouse, r. 

i)l4 Vallejo 
Astrico J. A., temperance saloon, 207 Fourth 
Asztalos Joseph, fisherman Front St. Wharf 
Asztalos Samuel, groceries and liquors, NW cor Fran- 
cisco and Mason 
Atchinson B. M. (B. M. Atchinson & Co.) r. East 

Oakland 
Atchinson B. M. & Co. (B. M. Atchinson and 
E. L. Cutttn) dairy produce, lG-17-28-30 Cedlre 
Market 
Atchinson John, carpenter, r. Army, bet Twenty-sixth 

and Twenty-seventh » 

Atchinson Silas A., r. 793 Mission 
Atchinson Thomas, speculator, r. 314 Bush 
Atchinson. See Acheson, Aitchlson and Atkinson 
Atenoux Martin, laborer, r. 621 Pacific 
Ates John, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Athearn Ann, widow, r. 813 Laguua 
Athearn Charles G. (Athearn & Co.) r. 813 Laguna 
Athearn Charles M., milkman, r. 1313 Larkin 
Athearn Joseph H. (Athearn & Co.) r. 17 Second Av 
Athearn William, chief clerk collection dept Wells, 

Fargo & Co.. r. 2001 Bush 

Athearn & Co. (Charles G. and Joseph H. Athearn 

and Benjamin Pendleton) groceries, provisions 

and ship-stores, 6 Steuart 

Athenour Victor, cook Poodle Dog Roti88erle,445 Bush 

Atherstone Thomas S., bookkeeper Eugene E. Dewey, 

r. 1633 Clay 
Atherton Doiuinga, widow, r. 803 Van Ness Av 
Atherton Frank A., collector, 607 Montgomery, r. 803 

Van Ness Av 
Atherton Faxon D., r. Menlo Park and 803 Van Neas 

Av 
Athey Andrew, laborer, r. Mimtgomerj's Hotel 
Athlas John, quartermaster Pacific Mail SS Colima 
Atkins David, machinist Clay St. Hill RR., r. 6 Leroy 

PI 
Atkins Eben, porter Yates & Co., r. 9 Adelaide PI 
Atkins J. L., carpenter, r.TVhiit Cheer House 
Atkins John, moulder Union Iron Works, r. 346 Beale 
Atkins Joseph, pipe-tttter Pacific Mall SS Co., r. Ill 

Silver 
Atkins Robert C. (Orr & Atkins) r. 608 Geary 

Atkinson , r. 36 Clay 

Atkinson C. E. (Atkinson & Gllmore) r. 725 Shotwell 
Atkinson David, proptr California Laundry, Russ Al- 
ley, r. NW cor Church and Elizabeth 



Atkinson, Doud & Co. (Thomas T. Atkinson and 
Aaron Doud) stockbrokers, 337 Pine, S. F. Stock 
Exchange Bldg 
Atkinson E., waiter Pacific Coast SS. State of Cali- 
fornia 
Atkinson Ernest, waiter The Baldwin, r. 452 'Jessie 
Atkinson Francis, extraman Engine No. 6, S. F. F. D., 

r. 153 Shipley 
Atkinson 'George, clerk general freight office Central 

Pac. R. R.,r. Oakland 
Atkinson George, wheelwright, 42 Vallejo, r. Oakland 
Atkinson George F., manuf fancy wood buttons, 259 

First, r. 10 Clementina 
Atkinson Henry, seaman sloop Mary J. Shelley, India 

Dock 
Atkinson Henry T., carpenter Union Box Factory 
Atkinson James, laborer Sanitarium Baths, 2210 

Powell 
Atkinson James, wines and liquors, 622 Market, r. 

1021 J^ Market 
Atkinson James E., carpenter, r. 541 Fourth 
Atkinson James W., compositor Alta, r. 603 Taylor 
Atkinson J. B. (L. Atkinson & Co.) r. Philadelphia 
Atkinson Joseph H., r. 1032 Broadway 
Atkinson L. & Co. (Louis and J. B. Atkinson) 

shirt and collar warehouse, 22 Sansome 
Atkinson Lizzie Miss, r. 1513 Washington 
Atkinson Louis (L. Atkinson & Co.) r. 728 Sutter 
Atkinson Nathan, real estate, 330 Pine, room 5, r. 803 

Tyler 
Atkinson R. E., r. Sacramento House 
Atkinson Richard, waiter The Baldwin, r. 452 Jessie 
Atkinson Rose, widow, r. 371 Minna 
Atkinson Thomas, r. NW cor Elizabeth and Church 
Atkinson Thomas, real estate, r. 620 Seventh 
Atkinson Thomas E, mining secretary, 405 California, 

r. 208 Eighteenth 
Atkinson Thomas T. (Atkinson, Doud & Co.) r. 112 

Hyde 
Atkinson William, sailmaker J. S. Blakiston & Son, r. 

SE cor Clay and Drumm 
Atkinson & Gilmore (C. E. Atkinson and C. F. Gil- 
more) produce, SE cor Twenty-second and Shot- 
well 
Atlanta Mining Co. (West Tintic, Utah) Archie F. 

McGrew secretary, 420 Montgomery 
Atlantic Consolidated Mining Co. (Devil's Gate Dist. 
Lyon County, Nev.) David Wilder secretary, 328 
Montgomery, room 21 
Atlantic Gardeiis, Louis Heydenaber proptr, SW cor 

Bay and Meiggs' Wharf 
Atlantic Giant Po^vder Co., Numa Duperu sec- 
retary, 10 California 
Atlantic Hall. 308 Francisco 
Atlantic Straw Works, James M. Forrest proptr, 132 

Fourth 
Atlas Iron Works, Joseph B. Jardine proptr, 135 

Atlas Mining Co. (West Tintic, Utah) Archie F. Mc- 
Grew secretary, 420 Montgomery 
Atliff Joseph K., seaman, r. 326 Main 
Attel Marks, watchmaker, 344 Third 
Attell Seymour, merchant tailor, 53 Third, r. 729 Fol 
Atterbury Alexander, bookkeeper, r. 200 Nineteenth 
Atterbury Fanny Miss, teacher, r. 206 Nineteenth 
Atthawe Charles, clerk Cal. Transportation Co., r. 706 

O'Farrell 
Attinger Christiana Mrs., furnished rooms. 270 First 
Attinger Daniel, winemaker, r. 270 First 
Attinger Frederick, tailor, r. 141)^ Minna 
Attinger G., Cabinetmakers' Union, 912 Market 
Attinger George, clerk Joseph T. Poheim, 724 Market, 

r. 41 Louisa 
Attinger Gottlieb, shoemaker, 117 Leidesdorff, r. 6 

Elizabeth 
Attinger John, cutter Joseph T. Poheim, r. NE cor 

Twenty-fourth and Noe 
Attison Sarah, widow, r. 121 Sixth 
Attrldgc Ann, domestic litll Sutter 
Attridge Arthur, shoemaker, r. W s Noe, bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth , 

Attridge Edmund, packer McCarthy Brothers, r. 2003 

Leavenworth 
Attridge Edward, porter McAran & Co., r. 1010 Filbert 
Attridge James, groceries and liquors, 2001 Leaven- 
worth, r. 2003 Leavenworth 
Attridge Lizzie, widow, liquor saloon and fruits and 

vegetables, 247 Clara 
Attridge Mary, domestic 2318 California 
Attridge Thomas, porter, r. 1307 Broadway 



SftN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY «'*s""'g«°o'Jlol|1°5I"""=^ 



I MArnnNniinH importer of and DEAUBR IX COAL AND PIG IRON, 
J. niMUliUI^UUUn, 41 Market street, comer Sd 



Street, corner Spear. 



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Attwood Alice, physician, r. 834 Folsom 
■Atwater Joseph P.. carpenter, r. 421 Folsom 
Atwell Edward, clerk M. W. Kain, r. 2:« Sixteenth 
Atwill Joseph F., mining secretary, lOtJ Leidesdorff, 

room 5, r. Oakland 
Atwood Caroline L. Mrs., assistant Girls' High School, 

r. 1511 Clay 
Atwood Charles, master mariner, r. 1103 Broadway 
Atwood Ephraim A., r. 1511 Clay * 

Atwood Ernest C, brassfounder William T. Garratt, 

r. 535}^ Stevenson 
Atwood George, tiamster, r. 8 8 Diamond, bet Eight- 

• eenth and Nineteenth 
Atwood George A., collector Jabez S. Swan, r. 119 

■ Third 
Atwood George E. (Nichols i^ Atwood) r. 169 Perry 
Atwood Henry, bookkeeper, r. 8 Mason 
Atwood John, seaman, r. Keystone House 
Atwood Lncy S., widow, r. YoOS Folsom 
Atwood 'William H., seaman, r. Ill Jackson 
Atwood William T., stockbroker, r. 416 Tyler 
Atzeroth Frederick (Lemmerman & Atzeroth) , r. 11 M 

Hollis 
Atzeroth Henry (Atzeroth & Moller) r. NE cor Austin 

and Goiiah 
Atzeroth & Moller (Henry Atzeroth and John Moller) 

groceries and liquors, NE cor Austin and Gough 
Aubert Albert, porkpacker, 10 S. F. Market, and sau- 
sage factory 732 Montg-^mery, r. 3 Graham PI 
Aubert Charles, waiter Pacific Coast SS. Senator 
Aubert Felix, cook Auguste Girard, r. 707 Pacific 
Aubert Paul J., jeweler, r. ol8 Sutter, rear 
Aubert Paul L., porter Verdier, Moreau & Co., r. 1314 

O'Farrel] 
Aubert Victoria, widow, r. 421 Eddy 
Aubert Zenon, waiter, r. 11 Polk Lane 
Aubin Adolphine, laundress, r. 2 Adelaide PI 
Aubin Henry, cook. r. 2 A^laide PI 
Aubrey Charles A., tiusmin G. & W. Snook, r. 555 Na- 

toma 
Aubrey Charles B. (Aubrey & Son) r. E s Chattanooga, 

bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Aubrey Francis O. (Aubrey »: Son) r. E s Chattanooga, 

bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 
Aubrey Victor, shoemaker, r. 5 Wetmore PI 
Aubrey & Son (Francis O. and Charles B.) furniture 

and upholstery, 2606}^ Mission 
Audemard Emanuel, porter Henry Schroder & Co., i. 

. 470 Tehama 
Audemard Marie Mme., laundry, 470 Tehama 
Audet Louis, machinist Pac. Boiling Mill, r. 60 Zoe 
AudipUones, N. E. Mathews agent, 606 Montgomery 
Auditor City aud County, new City Hall, first 

floor 
Audley Thomas, sailmaker, r. 140 Fourth 
Audrey Aggie Miss, r. 318 Turk 
Auerbach Alfred, fringe maker Pac. Fringe Co., r. 1594 

Bush 
Auerbach, Goldberg & Co. (Louis Auerbach, Charles C. 

W. Poppe and Simon L. Goldberg) importers and 

dealers cigars and leaf tobacco, 410 Sacramento 
Auerbach Leopold, merchant (Helena, Mon.) r. 1516 

Post 
Auerbach Louis (Auerbach, Goldberg & Co.) r. 1594 

Bush 
Aufrichtig Morris, manfactiirer jewelry, 116 Sixth 
Auger Anna, widow, r. 61 Shipley, rear 
Auger Bernard E. , importer and commission merchant, 

409 Battery, r. 826 Howard 
Aiiger Eugene A., clerk, r. 826 Howard 
Auger Flora Mrs., milliner, 621 Larkiu 
Auger Jesus, Spanish Mut. Benev. Soc, 730 Mont. 
Auger Lewis F., carpenter, r. 1327}$ Natoma 
Augoustaus Francois, milkman A. T. Noble & Co., r. 

NW cor. Thirtieth and San Jose Av 
Augsburgh Frederick (Fawcett & Augsburgh) r. 63 

Minna 
Augur L. 8., r. 8 Second Av 
August A., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
August Daniel, r. 101 Prospect PI 
August John, laborer, r. 807 Brannan 
August John, seaman, r. S s Merrimac, nr Kentucky 
August Philip, r. 1027 Dupont 
Auguste Grilli, cook, r. 509 Washington 
AuguBtin Henry, Lafayette Guard, armory 730 Mont. 
Augustin John, teamster Howes & Pitt, r. 1030 Mont. 
Augustine A., widow, r. 1027 Dupont 
Augustine Morris (Rosenbaiun k Co.) r. 23 Kearny 
Augustine William, cabinetmaker George P. Thomas, 

r. San Miguel Station 



675 



Augustiny John, market, 543 Turk 

Augusto Felippe, cook John Cardozo & Co., r. 416 

Drumm 
Augustus Joseph, painter, r. 913 Montgomery 
Augustus Olbrecht, capitalist, r. 1416 Tjuylor 
Aul George, baker, r. University Mound 
Aulbach Adam, assistant editor Pacific Life, 538 Cali- 
fornia, r. 122 Post 
Auld James J. (William B. Hooper & Co.) r. Tucson, 

Arizona 
Auids William, salesman Martin J. FUvln 
Ault Charles G., engineer Capitol Flouring Mills, r. 

409 Stevenson 
Ault Henry W., conductor Southern Pac. BR., r. 541 

Fourth 
Ault Joseph P., hostler, r. 552 Bryant 
Ault Matthias, miller Martenstein & Demlng, r, 

Mission 
Auman Frederick, liquor saloon, 610 Jackson '. 
Aungst H.. engineer, r. 608 Sixth 
Auradou A. L. & Co. (George Tiaffay, Arthur FrQllng 

aud Alexander L. Auradou) poultry, game, etc., 

515 Merchant 
Auradou Alexander L. (A. L. Auradou & Co.) r, 1309 

Powell 
Aurignac MarceUn, flower stand, 8W cor Montgomery 

and Sutter t 

Aurora T. and M. Co. (Bodie District) C. Van Dyck 

Hubbard secretary, 203 Bush, room 26 
Aurouze Marius, barber, 203 Montgomery Av., r. Me- 

dau PI, nr Filbert . 

Auser Edward, milkman F. B. k W. H. Smith, r. Bufl- 

sia Av., nr Edinburg 
Auser Elijah W.. r. 502 Linden 
Auser Ferdinand, elevator tender, 330 Pine, r. 603 

Linden 
Austen Thomas, cook J. W. Morrel, r. 869 Market 
Austermuhle C. H., cook Ernest Luesmann, r. 213 

Prospect PI 

Austin , longshoreman Menzles, Bingham k Co. 

Austin B. C. , tin can and box factory, 310 Clay, r; 

126 Tenth 
Austin Benjamin F., special policeman, r. 134 Eose Av 
Austin C. H., freight clerk Pacific Mail SS. Australia 
Austin Charles, clerk John E. Goble, r. W s Fourth, nr 

Merrimac 
Austin Charles G., boxmaker A. Waldsteln, r. 24 

Fifth Av 
Austin Edwin, laborer, r. 43 Twenty-second 
Austin Frank, seaman, r. 504 Davis 
Austin Frank B., r. Grand Hotel 

Austin George W., porter A. R. Biggs, r. 417 Greenwich 
Austin Harry, coachman P. A. Fiuigan, r. 1109 Jones 
Austin Harry, laborer, r. SW cor Spear and Harrison 
Austin Henr:*, dentist, office and r. 634 Washington 
Austin Henry, laborer A. Waldstein, r. 24 Fifth Av 
Austin Henry, seaman Pacific Mail SS. Co., r. 234 

Brannan 
Austin Henry S. ( Thomas H. Selby& Co.) r. San Eafael 
Austin John, carpenter, r. 40 Quinn 
Austin John, driver Omnibus EB. 
Austin John, machinist, r. 54 First 
Austin Joseph, drayman Crane, Hastings k Co., r. 616 

Seventh 
Austin Joseph, Port Warden, 525 Front, r. Palace 

Hotel 
Austin Laurel N., teamster Benner & Co., r. 630 Third 
Austin Marcus E. broker, 639 Kearny, r. East Oakland 
Austin Mathew A., master mariner, r. 2136 Howard 
Austin Sampson Jr., packer B. A. Swain & Co., r. 1614 

Post 
Austin T., r. Branch House 
Austin Thaddeus T., letter carrier Post Office, r. 1402 

Bush 
Austin Theodore, bellman The Baldwin, r. 961 Miss. 
Austin Thomas, carpenter Moore Bros., r. 423 Bush -^ 
Autagne George, laundryman, r. cor Stanley and Vic- 
toria, San Miguel 
Auterleigh John, laborer, r. W San Bruno Boad, nr 

University Mound College 
Autey William, r. 845 Howard 
Automatic Serving Machine Co., T. Eggles- 

ton manager, 124 Post 
Auvray George, tailor, r. 605 Broadway 
Avalanche The (Insurance Monthly) B. B. Caverly 

editor, 410 California 
Avalos Manuela, widow, r. 833 Pacific 
Avan John, corporal police City Hall, r. 13 Tehama 
Avaucino Bastiano, vegetable dealer, r. 529 Green 
Avangino Antonio, vegetable dealer, r. 726 Green 



I nilNni APH Rj CO Growers of and Dealers in FINE WINES. 

Ji \.4 m I 1 Ly L.n\/I I UC V»V/i Corner Market and Second Streets. 



THE CONTINENTAL OIL & TRANSPORTATION CO., ^FilTI^^^^^lT'' 



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Avangino Joseph, vegetable dealer, r. 726 Green 
Avarra Mitchell Miguel, cook Peter Johnson, r. 1316 

Powell 
Ave Frank, laborer J. T. Wilson & Co., r. N s Bay, nr 

Buchanan 
Ave Frank, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Avenue House, Joseph Koster proptr, NE cor Geary 

and Central Av. 
Averell Wilson, drayman Page, Moore & Co., r. 564 Ji 

Howard. 
Averell J. L., bookkeeper H. M. Black, r. 923 Harrison 
Avery Clark, carpenter, r. 1G09 Clay 
Avery D., clerk Hartshome & Waters, r. 550 Mission 
Avery Dean R. (D. B. Avery & Co.) r. 1437 Steiner 
Avery D. E. A: Co. (Dean R. Avery) fruits and vegeta- 
bles, 18 and 19 Centre Market 
Avery Eunice H., widow, r. XW cor Solano and Iowa 
Avery Francis, secretary Sausalito Land and 

Ferry Co., 230 Montgomery, r. Saucelito 
Avery Frank A., clerk Crane & Brigbam, r. 1437 

Steiner 
Avery J. A. Mrs.,r. 959 Folsom 
Avery James O., printer A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. NW 

cor Solano and Iowa 
Avery Jasper W., carpenter, r. 1609 Clay 
Avery John, horseclipper New Telegraph Stable, r. 

SW cor Minna and New Montgomery 
Avery John B., porter Francisco Garcia, r. 321 Green 
Avery Judson, salesman D. E. Avery & Co., r. W s 

Minnesota, bet Solano and Mariposa 
Avery Minnie R. Miss, r. 675 Mission 
Avery Robert J., foreman Richard C. Hanson & Co., 

r. 675 Mission 
Avila Zenobia. widow, r. 813 Vallejo 
Avy Eugene, wholesale dealer sheep, and wool com- 
mission merchant, 320 Sansome, room 7, r. 310 

Lombard 
Axel Alice, bakery, 1711 Market 
Axel Alice, domestic 118 Rose Av 
Axel Margaret Miss, buttonholemaker Buckingham 

& Hecht, r. 118 Rose Av 
Axel Mary, widow, r. 118 Rose Av 
Axenger Mary Miss, shoefitter Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. SE cor Gough and Fell 
Axford A. M. Mrs., r. 105U Howard 
Axford William, molder Union Iron Works, r. W s 

Noe, bet Twenty-fifth and Jersey 
Axford William Jr., carpenter M. & A. Hansen, r. W s 

Noe, bet Twenty-fifth and Jersey 
Axt Ludwig, shoemaker, 1056 Howard 
Axtell George M., painter Hall's Safe and Lock Oo., r. 

641 Washington 
Axtell Walter M., painter Hall's Safe and Lock Co., r. 

1415 Mason 
Axtell William, printer, r. 26 Minna 
Axter John, steward, r. 15 Oak Grove Av 
Axtman Ferdinand, butcher, r. 500 Hayes 
Axtnian Herman, cabinetmaker, r. 1614 }i Buchanan 
Axtman Leopold, bakery, 500 Haj'cs 
Ayala Manuel M., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery / 
Aydelotte Mary Miss, r. 502 Mason 
Ayer Carrie Miss, dressmaker, r. 312 Wallace 
Ayer Clarence E., grain cleaner, r. S s Germanla, bet 

Fillmore and Steiner 
Ayer Dora, dressmaker, r. 1108 Steiner 
Ayer Edward, miner, r. 54 First 
Ayer Elwin P., conductor Market St. RR., r, 1108 

Steiner 
Ayer Isaac, U. 8. Internal Revenue ganger, r. Oak- 
laud 
Ayer James, local policeman, r. 312 Waller 
Ayer John R. (Ayer & Morrow) r. 413 Minna 
Ayer Joseph Y., builder, r. 724 Seventeenth 
Ayer Wiii^hlnfrton, physician, 410 Kearny, r. 

1622 Clay 
Ayer & Morrow (John R. Ayer and J. Morrow) house 

and sign painters, 018 California 
Ayers Alonzo T., special policeman, r. 1630 Broadway 
Ayers Charles H. (Ayers & Co.) r. Oakland 
Ayers Edward, r. 323_Kearny 
Ayers Edward H., clerk Bowen Brothers, r. 1139 

Sutter 
Ayers Frankie Jliss, tailoress T. Lancaster & Co. 
Ayers Frederick, liquor saloon, SE cor Sixth and Mis- 
sion, r. 935 Mission, rear 
Ayers George W. S., tinsmith Patrick McKeon, r. E s 

Carolina, bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 
Ayers Orosveno P., salesman Holbrook, Merrill Ji 

Stetson, r. 1606 Tyler 



Ayers Harry, wines and liquors, NW cor Stockton and 
Ellis, r. 16 Stockton 

Ayers Henry, machinist Albert Washburn, r. 101$ 
Minna 

Ayers Ira, Jr. (estate of) ofl&ce 18 Market 

Ayers James, lumberman, r. 68 Silver 

Ayers John, laborer Pac. Rolling Mills, r. Cassius 
Hotel 

Ayers John C, corporal police City Hall, r. 1804 Bush 

Ayers John C. Mrs., widow, r. E s Carolina, bet Santa 
Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers Joshua B., cigarmaker A. Meyers, r. Es Caro- 
lina, bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers Mary Miss, tailoress T. Lancaster & Co. 

Ayers Mary P., adjuster coiners' dept IT. S. Mint, r., 
905 Market 

Ayers Michael, manager D. M. Osborne i Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Ayers Patrick, saloonkeeper, r. 664 Howard 

Ayers Robert E., machinist Frank A. Huntington, r. 
E B Carolina, bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 

Ayers William, merchant, r. 1303 Broadway 

Ayers William H., carpenter, r. 7 College PI 

Ayers & Co. (Charles H. Ayers) publishers The Farmer 
and Dealer, aud proptrs Lion Rake, 254 and 256 
Market 

Ayers. See Ayres and Eayrs 

Ayhens Leon, butcher G. Dastugue, r. 210 Mont. Av 

Aylor Edward, helper Bigelow & Morris, r. 54. First 

Aylward John J., machinist Golden State and Miners' 
Iron Works, r. 37 Minna 

Aymard Alexander, laundryman Celestin A. Peyre, p. 
432k Vallejo 

Aymer Libby Miss, r. Winchester House 

Ayres Frank, r. 812 California 

Ayres Frank P., clerk, r. 149 Langton 

AjTes Frederick L., painter, r. 34 Hayes 

Ayres George C. & D. (of Danville, Va.) mannfs tobac- 
co, W. J. Houston & Cd> agents, 205 Front 

Ayres John G., stock and exchange broker, 429 Cali- 
fornia, r. Oakland 

Ayres Joshua I., mining secretary, lllJj Leidesdorff, 
r. Oakland 

Ayres William, calker, r. Twelfth Av. bet N and P, 
South S. F. 

Ayres. See Ayers and Eayrs 

Aztec Pinole Co., J. G. Montealegre proptr, 218 Sac. 

Azure King Mining Co. (Arizona) J. H. Sayre secre- 
tary, 330 Pine, room 36 

Azvedo" Frederick B., shoemaker, r. 605 Broadway 



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Baab Charles, tailor, r. 515 Pine 

Baagoe Anders L., laborer Hermann Harms, r. New 

Washington Hotel 
Baagoe Christian, r. 2023 Mason 
Baas Charles, master mariner, r. 31 O'Farrell 
Baaser Ferdinand, distiller, r. Thirteenth Av, bet N 

and P, South S. F. 
Babb C. E. Rev., editor The Occident, 757 Market, r. 

San Jose 
Babli Aintoii E., attorney at law, 214 Sansome, if. 

118 Post 
Babbitt A. A. Mrs., medium, r. 104 Powell 
Babbitt John H., proptr Excelsior Straw Works, 120 

Fourth, r. 309 Minna 
Babcock Alexander C. carpenter, r. NE cor Union 

and Fillmore 
Babcock A. S., r. 1006 Bush 
Babcock^enjamin E., r. 1124 McAllister 
Babcocflb^ester, student Pacific Business College, r. 

63b^|S^ard 
Babcock George, route agent U. 8. Railway Mall Ser- 
vice, r. 1516 Broadway 
Babcock George A., compositor Daily Stock Report, r. 

507 Ellis 
Babcock Harry, clerk Parrott & Co., r. 11 Essex 
Babcock John, night inspector Custom House, r. 967 

Mission 
Babcock John P., workman U. S. Mint, r. 130 Tyler 
Babcock Lafayette M., foreman George H. Tay & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Babcock William, miner, r. New Wisconsin Hotel 
Babcock William (Parrott & Co.) r. 17 Stanly PI 
Babcock William F. (Parrott & Co.) r. 11 Essex 
Babcox Charles, bookkeeper, r. 20 Anna 



MULLER THE LEADING OPTICIAN, '^iSJKOMERYjT,, 



JONAS J. MORRISON, 



liumber Dealer, N. K. cor. Mission and Spear Sts. , lias larg^e 
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Babe Jerome L., diamond commission merchant, r. 
110 Kearny 

Babendeerde Frederick, painter, r. 127 Jackson 

Baber Edward J., barkeeper Hagemau & Haquette, r. 
22 Geary 

Baber Fannie, widow, r. 215 Green 

Babin L. C. (Landry & Babiu) r. 2116 Larkin 

Babkirk Frederick, pressman Curtis, Jarden & Co., r. 
1828 Vallejo 

Bablaw Frederick, machinist, r. 215 Minna 

Babler Wallace, teamster Miller & Lux, r. First Av, 
South S. F. 

Babson Henry, seaman, r. 810 Battery 

Babylon George P., engineer I'ulton Iron Works, r. 

, 11 Tehama 

Baccala John, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 

Baccala Louis (Bocken & Baccala) r. 515 Sacramento 

Baccauovich P., restaurant, NE cor Howard and 
Steuart 

Bacci Antone, restaurant, 212 Brannan 

Bacci Guiseppe, peddler, r. 42i Jackson 

Baccus Benjamin, porter Cutting Packing Co., r. 321 Jj 
O'Farrell 

Baccus Kichard T., market, SW cor Mason and O'Far- 
rell, r. 321 Vi O'Farrell 

Baccus. See Backess and Backus 

Bacelli A., fisherman. Front St. Wharf 

Bacer August, restaurant. 509 Clay 

Bach Albert, attorney at law, r. 1501 Gough 

Bach Charles (Scherr, Bach & Lux) r. 1583 FolBom 

Bach Dora, widovs'. r. 1116 Stockton 

Bach Frederick W., bookkeeper Kline & Co., r. 1426 
Mason 

Bach Harry P., barber Kammerer & Koch, r. 1116 
Leavenworth 

Bach Henry, watchman Lick House 

Bach Isaac (Bach & May), r. 329 J4 Sixteenth 

Bach John (Bach, Meese & Co.) r. 2022 Mission 

Bacli, Meese & Co. (John Bach and Herman 
Meese) formerly United Anaheim Wine Growers' 
Assn., wholesale liquors, and agents C. Conrad & 
Co.'s Budweiser Beer, 321 Montgomery 

Bach Morris, driver Golden Gate Laundry, r. S s Six- 
teenth, bet Second Av and Valencia 

Bach William, with Bach, Meese h Co., r. 2022 Miss 

Bach & May (Isaac Bach and Louis May) proptrs 
Golden Gate Laundry, S s Sixteenth, bet Valencia 
and Second Av 

Bachelder Alvah H., salesman Holt Bros., r. Oakland 

Bachelder Chai-lea S., bookkeeper Pacific Bank, r. 333 
Geary 

Bachelder Franklin J., salesman Beth Thomas Clock 
Co., r. 1111 Pacific 

Bachelder Harry, clerk, r. 1218 Valencia 

Bachelder Hiram, carrier Alta California 

Bachelder Horace W., bookkeeper Joseph Sulzbacher, 
r. 1218 Valencia 

Bachelder James W., weigher Mission Bay Warehouse, 
r. 1218 Valencia 

Bachelder John (Bachelder & Co.) r. Napa 

Bachelder John W., attorney at law, 625 Merchant, r. 
1106 Kearny 

BaeUelder Tliomas F., attorney at law, 622 Clay, 
r. 307 Lombard 

Bachelder & Co. (John Bachelder) manufs Bachelder 
Self Kegulating Windmills, SE cor Market and 
Beale 

Bachelder. See Batchelder 

Bacheler — , r. 837 Broadway 

Bacher Frank A., millinery, 406 Kearny 

Bacher Franz, milker Hiram Clifford, r. cor Cam- 
bridge and Bacon 

Bacher Giovanni, dairyman August Loewe, r. Thir- 
tieth, bet Whitney and Warren 

Bacher Henry A., clerk John A. Benson, r. 410 Kesr 

Bachert August, salesman B. Nathan & Co., r. 1357 
Post 

Bachle Charles T., carpenter, r. SW cor San Bruno 
Koad and Cortland Av 

Bacliman Bi'otliers (Herman S., Nathan S., David 
S. and Leojiold S.), importers foreign and do- 
mestic dry goods, 10 and 12 Battery 

Bachman Charles, invoice clerk A. L. Bancroft & Co., 
r. 502 Bush 

Bachman David S. (Bachman Brothers) r. 1107 Van 
Ness Av 

Bachman Felix, capitalist, 125 Sansome, room 41, 
r. 319 Tyler 

Bachman Frederick W., porter Langley & Michaels, 
r. 11 Kate 



Bachman Herman S. (Bachman Brothers) r. New 

York 
Bachman Leopold S. (Bachman Brothers) r. 619 Leav. 
Bachman Nathan S. (Bachman Brothers) r. 1716 Van 

Ness Av 
Bachman Simon (Esberg, Bachman & Co.) r. 1115 Van 

Ness Av 
Bachman. See Beckman 

Bachmann Jacob, hardware and locksmith, 729 Clay 
Bachmann Mary, domestic 1120 Broadway 
Bachmann Theodore, seaman, r. 1122 Battery 
Bachrach-M., teacher music, r. 26 Ellis 
Bachrach S., journalist, r. 905 Market 
Bacigalupi Agostino (Chelini & Bacigalupi) r. NW cor 

Union and Mason 
Bacigalupi Amelia Miss, r. 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupi Antonio, porter George H. Tay & Co., r. 

1920 Mason 
Bacigalupi Antonio L. (Bacigalupi & Casassa) r. 2311 

Mason 
Bacigalupi Carlo, drayman, r. 21 Lafayette Alley 
Bacigalupi Francesco, laborer, r. 10 Union PI 
Bacigahipi Gaetano, melter, melter and refiners' dept 

U. S. Mint, r. 524 Filbert 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, boots and shoes. 1404 Dupont 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, cooper George Lassen, r. cor 

Kearny and Union 
Bacigalupi Giovanni, musician, r. 11 Jasper PI 
Bacigalupi Guiseppe, laborer, r. 16 Union PI 
Bacigalupi Joseph, wood carver, r. 1805 Mason 
Bacigalupi Louis, gardener, r. 9 Calhoun 
Bacigalupi Marie Mrs., r. 1300}^ Stockton- 
Bacigalupi Paolo, painter G. B. De Ferrari, r. [14 Pol- 
lard PI 
Bacigalupi Tomasso, fruits, 616 Broadway 
Bacigalupi & Casassa (Antonio L. Bacigalupi and 

Stephen Casassa) fruits and vegetables, 507 Wash. 
Bacigalupo Domenico, wine manuf , 1419 Dupont 
Bacigalupo Giuseppe, bootblack Bacigalupo i: Demar- 

tini, r. 1117 H Kearny 
Bacigalupo Joseph, gardener, S sf Market, bet Four- 
teenth and Fifteenth 
Bacigalupo Paolo (Bacigalupo & Demartini) r. 433 

Green, rear 
Bacigalupo & Demartini (Paolo Bacigalupo and Gio- 
vanni Demartini) bootblacks, 652 Market 
Back Mary Miss. r. 1205 Stockton 
Backe Carl, shoefitter, r. 422 Post, rear 
Backe Frank, upholsterer A. P. RayeJ-& Co., r.i2622 

Sutter 
Backer August, cabinetmaker, r. S s Twenty-fifth, bet 

Church and Sanchez 
Backer George, laborer 'Philadelphia Brewery, r. 232 

Second 
Backer George, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Backer William, bakery, NE cor Clay and Mason 
Backer. See Bacher, Baker, Bakker and Becker 
Backess Charles E., compositors. F. Chronicle, r. 1005 

Vallejo 
Backstedt William, saddler and hamessmaker, SW cor 

Sixteenth and Folsom 
Backstrond Otto, clerk Christian Tetzen, r. 313 Ma- 
son 
Backus Charles, master mariner, r. 121 Francisco 
Backus Jerome H., real estate, r. 1103 Sutter 
Backus Oscar J. (George H. Tay & Co.) r. 1320 Eighth, 

Oakland 
Backus Philip M., bookkeeper, r. 718 California 
Backus Samuel W., r. 523 Pine 
Backus. See Baccus and Backess 
Bacome Henry, driver Central ER., r. 1530 Eddy 
Bacome William, ho.stler, r. 258 Clementina, rear 
Bacon A. A. Mrs., assistant Market and Seventh St. 

Primary School, r. 334 Turk 
Bacon A. G., r. 5 Quin y PI 
Bacon Alonzo R., bookkeeper 8. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

328 OFarrell 
Bacon C. F., cook, r. 810 Battery 
Bacon Charles E., treasurer Standard Theater, r. 8W 

cor Dolores and Twentieth 
Bacon C. N., r. 411 Ellis 
Bacon Edward L. (Meacham & BXcon)r. 30 Twenty. 

second 
Bacon E. T., agent Air Space and Fowler's Yucca 

Boiler Covering Co., 413 Pacific, r. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Bacon Francis W., r. 1810 Van Ness Av 
Bacon Frank, clerk Edward S. Spear & Co., r. 8563^ 

Market 
Bacon Gaston E. (Abramson & Bacon) r. 5QuincyPl 



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Bacon George H., asat. supt. N. B. and Mission KR., 

r. 725 Harrisou 
Bacon Georgians Miss, r. 523 Montgomery Av 
Bacon Henry, driver City RR., r. 1530 Eddy 
Bacon Henry O., real estate, 305 Sansome, r. 

Oakland 
Bacon Horace, deputy U. 8. Marshal, r. 675 Mission 
Bacon Jacob (Bacon & Co.)r. 2200 California 
Bacon John D., barkeeper Conn & Schroder, r. 410 

Minna 
Bacon John P. (Messer, Bacon k Co.) r. 1838 Sutter 
Bacon Joseph S., agent Boston Underwriters, 

31G California, r. 1020 Pine 
Bacon J. V., clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 1020 Pine 
Bacon Martin (Mackintosh & Bacon) r. Oakland 
Bacon N. H. Mrs., widow, r. Grand Hotel 
Bacon Pyam Bartlett, mining, r. 730 Sixteenth 
Bacon Sarah E. Mrs., adjuster coiners' department U. 

S. Mint, r. 100 McAllister 
Bacon Vlctorine Mrs., r. 2 Sheppard PI 
Bacon W., hostler Omnibus RR. 
Bacon William, cook tug Neptune, Broadway Wharf 
Bacon William O., clerk Bedington & Co., r. 334 Turk 
Bacon & Co. (Jacob Bacon and James E. Ager) 
book and job printers, 508 Clay and 509 Sansome 
Bacqnie Henry, wines and liquors, NWcor Broad- 
way and Stockton, r. 700 Broadway 
Badaracco Antonio, liquor saloon, 1308 Pacific 
Badaracco Louis, laborer, r. 1505 California 
Badarous Sydney B,, colleutor Madison & Burke, r. 8 

8 Liberty, bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Baddely D:, laborer Western White Lead Works 
Badding Michael, longshoreman Charles E. Haseltine 
Bade Henry, barkeeper, r. W s Potrero Av, bet Twen- 
ty-fourth and Twentj'-fifth 
Badell William, r. 918 Van Ness Av 
Bader Anna, domestic, ITOfi Clay 
Bader Charles J., barber Harry Bernard, r. 140 Fourth 
Bader Gottfried, laborer, r. 140 Fourth 
Badger Charles W., mining secretary, 315 California, 

rooms 11 and 12, r. Oakland 
Badger George H., barber John T. Rice,r. 770 Howard 
Badger Hill and Cherokee Mining Co. (Nevada Co., 

Cal.) Henry Pichoir secret«ry, 320 Sansome 
Badger James, expressman, r. 33 )i Laugton 
Badger J. R., r. 549 M Tehama 

Ba<l{;er William G., wholesale clothing and 
furuisliinK goods and agent Hallet, Davis & Co.'s 
pianos and George Woods & Co.'s organs, 13 San- 
some, r. Fruit Vale 
Badger W. P., r. 1050 Howard 
Badgley E. F., salesman .\. Andrews, 221 Mont. 
Badgley William, tailor, r. 6 Clara Lane 
Badlani Alexander, Assessor City and County, 

officx- new City Hall, first floor, r. 708 California 
Badlam Alexander Sr., r. 926 Clay 
Badlani Ezra B., chief deputy County Assessor, 

r. 1008 Union 
Badley William, laborer, r. 418 Seventh 
Badoin August, blacksmith, r. 330 Bryant, rear 
Badt Alexander L., bookkeeper P. Berwin & Bro., r. 

1305 Gough 
Badt Morris, merchant, oflSce 111 Battery, r. 635 Ellis 
Baehr Frederick, cartman, r. 127 Jackson 
Baehr Gustav, fresco painter, r. lit! Thirteenth 
Baehr Henry, jeweler William Baehr, r. 1721 Sac 
Baehr John M., liquor saloon, 414 Sansome, r. 9 

Valparaiso 
Baehr William, manufacturing jeweler, 649 Sacra- 
mento, r. 1721 Sacnimento 
Baehr William Jr., clerk M. Waterman & Co., r. 1721 

Sacramento 
Baer Amelia Miss, teacher music, r. 216 Jones 
Baer Eliza, widow, r. 215 Jones 
Baer Emile (A. Lauten & Co.) r. NW cor Filbert and 

Mason 
Baer Isaac, cigars and tobacco, 200 Sixth, r. 434^ Clem- 
entina 
Baer Lnchman, mauacer Henry Jacobs, r. 324 Kearny 
Baer Max, saloHuiau Samuel Leszyusky & Bro., r. 212 

Sutter 
Baerenstecher Charles, r. 38 Eddy 
•Baerne Jacob, cook, r. 264 Jessie 
Baersmith Gustav, tanner Sigmund Eraus, r. W b 

Dolores, bet Twenty-ninth uml Thirtieth 
Baethge H., S. F. Musical Fund Society, M9 Cal 
Baettge Peter (Briiggo & Baettge) r. 110 Washington 
Bafflgo John, vegetables, 9 Colombo Market 
Bagala Leo, bakery, SE cor Alabama and Twenty-fifth 
Baganza L. W. (Thyckson & Baganza) r. 668 Mission 



Baggett William T. (William T. Baggett & Co.) and 

clerk City and County .\ttornev. r. 96V Mission 
Baggett IVilliam T. & Co. (William T. Baggett 
and William H. Davis) projitrs Pacific Coast Law 
Printing and Publishing Co. and Pacific Coast 
Law Journal, 511 Montgomery 
Baggs Alexander, clerk Isaac Baggs, r. 107 Fifth 
Baggs Isaac, attorney at law, oH Kearny, r. 107 Fifth 
Baggs Mark, Stonecutters' Pro. Assn., 818 Howard 
Bagley A. D. Mrs., r. 28 Liberty 

Bagley Jeremiah, hostler City Cab and Carriage Sta- 
bles, r. 261 J4 Jessie 
Bagley J. P., laborer, r. 247 Second 
Bagley Michael, laborer Cutting Packing Co., r. Nine- 
teenth, bet Diamond and Sherman 
Bagley Michael, ni older, r. SW cor Seventeenth and 

Sherman 
Bagley Patrick, hostler McCord, Bridge & Co., r. 

Park Hotel 
Bagley Perkins H., clerk, r. 523 Montgomery Av 
Bagley William E., painter, r. 1050 Market 
Bagley. See Begley _^ 

Baglietto Juan Baptiste (Gracchi k fiaglietto) r. 6 

Vallejo 
Bagnall John, assistant Jefferson Grammar School, r. 

356 Jessie 
Bagnasco Policayso, photographer Watkins k Co., r. 

419 Sutter, rear 
Bagot Frederick, advertising solicitor, r. 120 Eddy 
Baguti Peter, cook Occidental Hotel 
Bahlmann Henry, clerk Philadelphia Brewery, r. 2231 

Howard 
Bahlmann Herman, clerk Henry Ebbinghausen, r. 673 

Howard 
Bahlmann Herman N., teamster Philadelphia Brew-r 

erv, r. 2231 Howard 
Bahls John F. W. (Althof & Bahls) r. Oakland 
Bahnsen William J., waiter SS State of California, r. 

8 Miles PI 
Bahr William A., boots and shoes, 107 Sixth, r. 1010 

Mission 
Bahr. See Bare, Bear, Baer, and Baehr 
Bahrenfuss Henry, carpenter, r. 1.509 Mason 
Babrs Andrew S., insuraui e agent, 320 California, r. 

1013 Union j 

Bahrs John, drayman E. S. Moiilton & Co., r. 1216 

Pacific 
Bahrt Martin, groceries and liquors, KE cor Seventh 

and Cleveland 
Bail Paul, tailor Henry Planz, r. 15 Mbnroe 
Ballet A., r. 1'220 Powell 
Bailey A., engineer, r. 529 Sacramento 
Bailey A. A., carpenter Sea Wall 
Bailey A. C, r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Bailey A. F., theatrical agi-nt, 331 Kearny, r. Oakland 
Bailey Alexander, shoemaker J. Liudenbaum, r. 115 

Stevenson 
Bailej' Ann, widow, r. 33 De Boom 
Bailey Ann Mrs., shoefitter, r. 272 Jessie 
Bailey Anni^ Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1121 Mission 
Bailey Augustus, r. 503 Broadway 
Bailey C. E. Mrs. cashier restaurant Palace Hotel 
Bailey Charles A., real-estate, 320 Sansome, r. Oak- 
land 
Bailey Charles E., driver City Cab and Carriage Sta- 
bles, r. 174 Jessie 
Bailey Charles L., traveling agent, r. Overland House 
Bailey Chailes P., newspaper clerk Post Office, r. 914 

Powell 
Bailey David T. (Bailey & Co.) r. 10 JIason 
Bailey Edward, driver City Cab and Carriage Stables, 

r. 174 Jessie 
Bailey Edward, laborer, r. 1519 California 
Bailey Erasmus F., selector O. Lawton & Co., r. St. 

David's House 
Bailey Frank (Bailey A: Co.) r. 1033 Howard 
Bailey Frank Mrs., teacher music, r. 1033 Howard 
Bailey Frank H., salesman, r. 606 Fourth 
Bailey Frank L., bookteper, r. 323 Dupont 
Bailey George (Bailey *: McLean) r. 533 Commercial 
Bailey George, laborer, r. 6McLea Court 
Bailey George H., machiniat Byron Jackson, r. 1516 

Pacific Av 
Bailey George Mrs., widow, r. 723 Harrison 
Bailey George W.. oil-sklnmaker, r. E s Treat Av, bet 

Twenty.flrst and Twenty-second 
Bailey Henry, r. 1013 Howard 
Bailey Henry, curled hair manufactory, E s Missouri, 

bet Santa Clara and Mariposa 
Bailey Henry, painter John Brewster, r. 1229 Lomb 



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Bail?y Henry, wood and coal, 128 O'Farrell 

Bailey Heui^r M., jeweler, r. 323 Dupont 

Bailey Isaac L., carriaKemaker, r. 911 Harrison 

Bailey Jamts, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co 

Bailey James, laborer, r. W s Montgomery Av, but 
Chestnut and Francisco 

Bailey James, laborer, r. 33 Pe Boom 

Bailey James D., general agent Union Insurance Co., 
416 California, r. l'.)15 Franklin 

Bailey James S., soap peddler, r. 2U9 Langton 

Bailey Jane, widow, r. 701 Stockton 

Bailey J. C, agent, r. Stanford Hotel 

Bailey J. C, clerk, r. 9(l6 Market 

Bailey J. L., conductor N. B. and Mission RE., r. 24 
MintAv 

Bailey John, drayman Cutter & Co., 304 Davis 

Bailey John, painter Thomas Downing, r. N S Turk, 
bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bailey John, waiter, r. G17 Mission 

Bailey Joseph C, wool merchant, 218 California, r. 
The Baldwin 

Bailey Joseph, stationery and hardware, 1513 Stock- 
ton, r. 830 Union 

Bailey Lewis H., r. 535 O'Farrell 

Bailey Lewis H. Jr. , deputy county clerk Probate 
Court, r. 535 O'Farrell 

Bailey Lizzie A. Miss, r. 222 Eddy 

Bailey Margaret, widow, groceries, 71 Minna 

Bailey Nathan J., market, 515 Bryant, r. 203 Bitch 

Bailey Orrin, upholsteier, r. 14J3 Kearny 

Bailev Patrick, peddler, r. 719 Brannan 

Bailey Patrick J., waiter, r. 1805 Stockton, rear 

Bailey Peter, morocco manuf , r. 5 Howard Court 

Bailey Bichard, waiter stmr Pride of the Kiver, Jack- 
son St. Wharf 

Bailey Richard Mrs., r. 600 Bush 

Bailey Robert S., liquor saloon, 222 McAllister, r. 
Oakland 

Bailey Samuel C, plumber, 1704 Fillmore, r. 1615 Ellis 

Bailey Sarah, widow, r. 1550 Howard 

Bailey Sarah M. Mrs., lodgings, 757 Howard 

Bailey Thoma.s (Thomas Bailey k Co.) r. 905 Market 

Bailey Thomas, painter, r. 41 De Boom 

Bailey Thomas, steward shin Vigilant, Valleio St. 
Wharf 

Bailey Thomas & Co. (Thomas Bailey and Wil- 
liam P. Pyne) proptrs Pacific Wool Depot, N W 
. cor Fifth and Bluxome 

Bailey William, r. 412 Jackson 

Bailey Williani, whitener, 602 Mission, r. E s Minne- 
sota, bet Butte and Napa 

Bailey William I., porter Thomas W.McCollam & Co., 
r. Oakland 

Bailey W. W., carpenter D. A. Macdonald & Co., r. 725 
Minna 

Bailey & Co. (Frank and David T. Bailey) oyster 
and chop house, 10 Mason 

Bailey &' McLean, (George Bailey and William Mc- 
Lean) proptrs Railroad Lodgings, 533 Commercial 

Bailey. See Baillie, Bailly, Baily, Bayley and Bayly 

Bailies J., baker, 1122 Broadway, r. 725 Broadway 

Baillie William, porter W. B. Sumner & Co., r. 715 
Sanchez 

Bailly A. A., carpenter Sea Wall 

Bailly Achille (Bailly Brothers) r. 514 Filbert 

Bailly Arthur (Bailly Brothers) r. 614 Filbert ' 

Bailly Brothers (Arthur and Achille) porkpackers, 71 
California Market 

Bailly Jules J., porkpacker Bailly Brothers, r. 1717 
Stockton 

Baily Alexander H., capitalist, r. 309 Fell 

Baily Alexander H. Jr., carpenter, r. 309 Fell 

Baily David carpenter, r. 309 Fell 

Baily Frank, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 

Baily Joseph C, major U. S. A., post surgeon Presidio 
Barracks 

Baily William J., proptr Isthmus House, 52 and 54 

First 
Bain Alexander, longshoreman, r. 425 Greenwich 

Bain James, engineer, r. 6(i8 Harrison 
Bain James, tinner Holbrook. Merrill & Stetson, r. 
229 Minna 

Bain James S., engineer Jonathan Kittredge, r. N s 

Twenty-flfth, bet Castro and Noe 
Bain John, blacksmith, r. 31 Perry 
Pain John, machinist W'illiam Hawkins, r.42o Green- 
wich 
Bain Thomas, machinist William Hawkins, r. 425 

Greenwich 
Bain. See Bane and McBain 



Bainbridge Arnop, policeman City Hall, r. 1414 Kearny 

Baine M. Mrs., adjuster coiners' dept U. S. Mint, r. 
127 Kearny 

Baines George A., clerk Callaghan Byrne, r. 1807 Fill- 
more 

Baines Thomas Francis O'Malley, liquor saloon, 183 
Third, r. 172 Clementina 

Bains Frank, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 

Bainsen John, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 

Baird Andrew, broker, 312 California, r. East Oakland 

Baird Charles W., clerk freight dept Central Pac. 
RR., r. 1 Fifth 

Baird George, r. Greenwich, bet Sansome and Mont 

Baird Jamep M. (Barry & Baird) r. 1224 Broadway 

Baird John H., painter F. A. Hovey, r. 1136 Howard 

Baird John H., president California Powder 
"Works, 230 California, r. Palace Hotel. 

Baird Joseph, r. 744 Howard 

Baird Joseph N., carriagepainter, r. 822 Howard 

Bak Barbara, widow, r. 5 Harrison Av 

Baker , r. 850 Market 

Baker A., r. 223 Kearny 

Baker A. & A. (Augustus Baker) , pictures and frames 
742 Mission 

Baker Adam, r. 8 Walnut Av 

Baker Albert, laborer Spring Valley Water Works, r. 
429 Chestnut 

Baker Alfred W., clerk Custom House, r. SBrenhamPl 

Baker Alice Miss, r. 1224 Montgomery 

Baker Alonzo T., butcher, r. 405 Natoma 

Baker Andrew F., salesnian, r. 316 Fremont 

Baker Annie, domestic i317 California 

Baker Arthur, miller, r. 143 Natoma 

Baker Arthur S., bookkeeper Oregon Stock and Butch- 
ering Co., r. 715 Valencia 

Baker A. T., r. 733 Market 

Baker August, driver Henry Schwerin, r. County 
Line, bet Mission and San Bruno Road 

Baker Augustus (A. & A. Baker) r. Fair Oaks, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

Baker A. W. Miss, dress reform underwear, 430 Sutter 

Baker Casper, saloonkeeper, r. 709 Buchanan 

Baker Charles, bakery, NE cor Sixteenth and Galindo 
Alley 

Baker Charles, bookkeeper Sather & Co., r. 1304 Post 

Baker Charles, carpenter, r. 127 Jackson -"^" 

Baker Charles, laborer W'illiam Blackwood 

Baker Charles, painter, r. 1123 Dupont 

Baker Charles, pressman Rosenthal & Germain, r. 
1227 Pierce 

Baker Charles, salesman Terwilliger & Fink, r. NW 
cor Montgomery and Jackson 

Baker Charles, seaman, r. Sander's Hotel 

Baker Charles, waiter, r. 210 Third 

Baker Charles E., seaman, r. 415 East 

Baker Charles E., shipping clerk Haas Bros., r. 118 
Eleventh 

Baker Charles H. (Reynolds, Rix k Co.) r. 703 Post 

Baker Charles H., lithographer George H. Baker, r. 
S s Green bet Baker and Lyon 

Baker Charles S. B., millhand Capitol Mills, r. Oak- 
land 

Baker Charles W., salesman, r. 434 }<} Tehama 

Baker Colgate, r. 850 Van Ness Av 

Baker Colgate Mr.s., young ladies' seminary, 850 Van 
Ness Av 

Baker Cora Miss, compositor Warren & Co., r. 126 
Fifth 

Baker Daniel L., bookkeeper James J. E. Hawkins & 
Co., r. 1227 Pierce 

Baker Divide Mining Co. (Placer Co., Cal.) Abraham 
Halsey, secretary, 314 Montgomery 

Baker Edward P., clergyman, r. 1909 Jessie 

Baker Eliza Miss, r. 825 Vallejo 

Baker Eugene J., drayman, r. 22 Oak Grove Av 

Baker Eva, domestic 817 Montgomery 

Baker E. W., artist, r. 1014 MontgOTuery 

Baker Fannie E. Mrs., assistant "Tyler Street Primary 
School, r. 1519 Tyier 

Baker Frank, barkeeper John P. Mamer, r. 36 Clay 

Baker George, brewer, r. 485 Haigbt 

Baker George, confectioner D.Hirschfeld, r. 268 Clara 

Baker George, molder Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 
1227 Pierce 

Baker George, seaman, r. 16 Rincou Av 

B^ker George, teamster M. Englander & Son, r. 733 
Turk 

Baker George, waiter Palace hotel 

Baker George C, deckhand stmr McPherson, Washing- 
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Baker George H., barkeeper John E. Green, r. 2i8 

Tehama 
Baker George H., lithographer, 329 Sansome, r. S s 

Green, bet Baker and Lyon 
Baker George L., r. 2223 Taylor 
Baker George W., r. 831 Fulton 
Baker Henry, biler, r. 1036 Clay 
Baker Henry, cook Pacific Coast SS. Los Angeles 
Baker Henry, waiter Patrick Mooney, r. 502 Turk 
Baker Henry F., r. C13 Stockton 
Baker Henry F. (Croesman & Baker) and civil and 

mining engineer, 327 Pine, r. 1619 Powell 
Baker Horace, bookkeeper Swan Brewery, r. 220 

Sixteenth 
Baker Isaac, gardener TJ. S. Marine Hospital, r. N s 

Twenty-eighth, nr Dolores 

BAKER ISAAC M., groceries and 

liquors, NW cor Eddy and Mason, r. 40 Eddy 
Baker Isaiah (Freeman & Baker) r. 925 Washington 
Baker J., watchman Pacific Coast SS. Senator 
Baker James, dairyman, r. 432 Ivy Av 
Baker James, drayman Fleming & Stetson, r. 352 

Branuan 
Baker James W., bookkeeper Henry C. Egjrton, r. 
Oakland ; 

Baker Jane Mrs., r. 1225 Miirket 
Baker Jane W., widow, r. SW cor Geary and Gough 
Baker J. Henry, superintendent Boys' and Girls' Aid 

Society, r. 68 Clementina 
Baker J. Horace, storekeeper Pacific Mail SS. Gra- 
nada 
Baker John, clerk, r. 183 Jessie 
Baker John, hackman, r. 226 Sutter 
Baker John, seaman, r. 120 Chattanooga 
Baker John, watchman Pacific Mail SS. Go's Wharf, 

r. 332 Brannan 
Baker John B., cashier D. Z. Yost & Co., r. 1626 Sac 
Bak^r John G., paymaster Pacific Improvement Co., 
NE cor Fourth and Townsend, room 4, r. Oakland 
Baker John H., bootblack, 1146 Market, r. 366 Natoma 
Baker John H., carpenter, r. 837!^ Hayes 
Baker John H., mate schr West Wind, Beale St.Wharf 
Biker John H., miller, r. S s Lombard, bet Webster 

and Buchanan 
Baker John H., salesman F. M. L. Peters & Co., r.l20 

Shotwell 
Baker John J., tannery, E s San Bruno Road, bet 

Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Baker John M., clerk Baker * Hamilton, r. Oakland 
Baker Joseph, clerk A. & A. Baker, r. 652 Minna 
Bakfr Joseph, laborer Pacific Box Factory, r. 1217 

Kearny 
Baker Joseph H., policeman City Hall, r. 514 Chest- 
nut 
Baker Judah Jr. (Stevens, Baker & Co.) r. 316 Fre- 
mont 
Baker Lewis 8. A., telegraph operator, r. lOM Langtou 
Baker Livingston L. (Baker & Hamilton) r. Palace 

Hotel 
Baker L. M., carpenter, r. 931 Market 
Baker Louis F., produce commission, 113 Washington, 

r. Oakland 
Baker Lucy A., widow, r. 1000 Union 
Baker Lucy E., widow, drossniaker, r. 6 Moss 
Baker M iry, widow, r. 434 >;; Tehama 
Baker Mary Mrs., r. 100 McAllister , 

BakL-r Nicholas, r. Myrtle Av, bet Gough and Fraukliu 
Baker Nicholas, proptr St. Louis Hotil, 11 and 13 Pac 
Baker Osborn F., li(iiior saloon, 8':?5 Montgomery 
Baker O.V., blacksmith M. P. & M. dept Central Pac. 

KR. 
Baker Peter, liquor saloon, 609 Grovo 
Baker Richard P., master mariner, r. 709 Hyde 
Baker Robert, laborer freltht dept Central Pac. RR. 
Baker Robert B., machinist, r. 2517 Larkln 
Baker Robert T., lab,)ri^r, r. 712 Natoma 
Baker tiose, domestic 623 Eddy 
Baker Samuel (Masounette A: Baker) r. W 8 Powell, 

bet Washington and Jackson 
Baker Samuel (Nickerson fc Co.) r. East Oakland 
Baker Samuel, salesman Abraham Andrews, 221 Mont. 
Baker Samuel, salesman Gibson & Preston, r. 1322 

OFarrell 
Baker S.imuel C. teamster, r. W s Hampshire, bet 

Twenty-second and Twi'ntv-third ^ 

Baker Samuel D,, collector, r. 1016 Taylor 
Baker Sanford C, compo.sltor Evening Bulletin, r. 

West Oakland 
Baker Schuyler, commission men'hant, r. 417 Powell 



Baker T. A., driver City Cab and Carriage Stables 

Baker W., r. 36 Clay 

Baker W., watchman SS Senator, Broadway Wharf 

Baker Walter H., student Heald's Business College, r. 
717 Shotwell 

Bairer W. H., broker, r. 636 Commercial 

Baker William, bakery. NE cor Clay and Mason 

Baker William, carpenter, r. 411 Clementina ~ — 

Bdker William G., assistant propertyman California 
Theatre, r. 434 M Tehama, 

Baker William J., boxmaker A. J. Barnes, r. South' 
Park House 

Baker W. J., capitalist, r. 446 Brannan 

Bnker «!t Hamilton (Livingston L. Baker and' 
Robert M. Hamilton) importers and jobbers agri- 
cultural implements,machines, hardware, etc., and 
proptrs Sweepstake Plow Co., 13-19 Front, and 
9-15 J, Sacramento City 

Baker. See Bacher, Backer, Bakker and Becker ' 

Bakers' Home, Moeller & Grauffel proptrs, 609 Jack- 
son 

Bukke George C, seaman, r. 30 Clay 

Bakker Reyer E., proptr Steuart Street House, 104 
Steuart 

Bakofsky Charles, laborer Cal. Sugar Refiu^rj, r. 4 
MariiDosa Terrace ' 

Bakulic Wiuaslaus, barkeeper Bozo Radovlch, r. 1201 
Fillmore 

Balanesi Angelo, liquor saloon, S s Clark, nr Front 

Balanesi Antonio, vegetables, 76 Colombo Market 

Balanesi Giuseppe, produce commission,. Clark, nr 
Davis 

Balaney John, conductor Omnibus RR, r. 703 Howard 

Balbach L. Mrs., r. 930 Market 

Balcear E. J. Mme, hair doctress, .530 !<< Bush 

Balch Alfred W., reporter, r. Overland House 

Bulch Daniel W., r. 801 Tyler 

Balch "George E., captain ship Castine, Vallejo St. 
Wharf 

Balch Horace M.. organ builder and musical instru- 
ment tuner and repairer, 843 Mission 

Balch J. W., master mariner, r. 142 Seventh 

Balch Stephen M. Mrs., widow, r. 1112 Hyde 

Balch Thomas H., r. 803 Howard 

Balcom Charles F.. bookkeeper, r. 1413 Larkln 

Balcom Lydia E. Mrs., seamstress Ladies Pro. aud_ 
Relief Soc, E s Franklin, bet Geary and Post 

Bald Herman, collector, r. 1013 Mission 

Bald John, speculator, r. 541 Sixteenth 

Baldizzoni Giovanni, laborer Ghirardelli k Danzel 

Baldridge Michael, stockbroker, 314 Montgomery, r. 
1812 Pine 

Baldwin , widow, r. 107 Hayes 

Baldwin Addison S., solicitor A. Janks, 415 Montgom- 
ery, r. Oakland 

Baldwin Alfred W., superintendent Porter, Oppenhel- 
mer. Slc88inger& Co., r. 418 Minna 

Baldwin Alexander R., merchant, 328 Montgomery, 
room 8, r. SW cor Union and Pierce 

Baldwin A. Stuart (Baldwin & Co.) r. 29 Turk 

Baldwin Charles H. (C. Adolphe Low & Co., and W. 
W. Montague h Co.) r. New York 

Baldwin Clothing House, Frank Pauson proptr, 943 
Jlarkot 

Bal<l>vin E. .T., capitalist, r. The Baldwin 

Baldwin Elizabeth, widow, Hrtist, r. W s Harrison, bet 
Twentieth an I Twenty-first 

Baldwin Kaunie V. Miss, r. 311 Stockton 

Baldwin Frederick A., salesman John H. Kemp,r. 209 
Turk 

Baldwin George E., engineer California St. RR., r. 
1517 Ciilifornia 

Baldwin Hiiiry R., sashmaker, r. 551 Stevenson 

Baldwin Hiram S., physician, otfice 012 Clay, r. 1701 

Gough 

Baldwin James, rari"'Jiter, r. 308 Tehama 

Baldwin James T., driver La Grande Laundry, r. 651 

Stevenson 
Baldwin James W., carpenter S. F. Pub. School Dept., 

r. 124 Eddy 
Baldwin J. E. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Primary 

School, r. 2215 Fillmore 
BaMwin Joslah A., clerk Station B Post Office, r. 614 

Powell 
Baldwin Lemuel, waiter George C. Flanders, r. 175 

Fourteenth 
Baldwin Iiloyd, attorney at law. 606 Montgom- 
ery, r. Vormm Heights, Oakland 
Balflwin Iiocomotivf Worka of Philadelphia, 
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Baldwin Marshall, clerk Baldwin's Dining Palace, r. 
319 Powell 

Baldwin Marcus M., r. 688 Twentieth 

Baldwin Nellie S. Miss, assistant Jefiferson Grammar 
School, r. 1517 California 

Bttld^vin Oi-ville D., proptr Baldwin's Dining 
IJalace, 35 and 37 Geary, r. 319 Powell 

Baldwin Peter, clerk, r. 1162}^ Market 

Buld-win Plinrmacy, Henry B. Slaven proptr, 
-• NE cor Market and Powell 

Bqld-^vin's Restaurant, W.Warner Henry proptr, 
519 Clay 

Baldwin Kosanna, widow, r. Twelfth Av, bet L and 
M. South S. F. 

Baldwin, Sexton Si Peterson, mamifacturing 
jewelers and importers diamonds (New York) 
branch, 120 Sutter 

Baldwin Sherman C, physician, office and r. 850 
Market 

Baldwin Stable,, Charles E.Taylor proptr, 11 Powell 

Baldwin Starr, physician, r. 513 Ellis 

Baldwin Stephen T., office 207 Front, r. 234 Bush 

Baldwin Tlie, E. J. Baldwin proptr, H. H. Pear- 
son manager, NE cor Powell and Market 

Baldwin Theatre, Thomas Maguire manager, 932- 
flrjfi Market nr Powell 

Baldwin Thomas, painter, r. 446 Brannan 

Baldwin W. H., ship carpenter, r. 3 Liberty 

Baldwin William H.. foreman Hancock & Kelso, r. 
NE cor Sixteenth and Hampshire 

Baldwin, 4& Co. (A. Stuart Baldwin and Stanley 
Williams) real estate agents and brokers, 502 Kear 

Baldwin's Dininj^ Palace, Orville D. Baldwin 
proptr, 35 and 37 Geary 

BaldyL. F., r. 508 Ellis 

iJalfe Michael J., barkeeper Occidental Hotel, r. 2317 
Webster 

Balfour, Gntlirie & Co. (Robert Balfour, Alex- 
ander Guthrie and Robert B. Foruian) commis- 
sion merchants, 316 Califurnia 

■Balfour Robert (Balfour, Guthrie & Co.) r. 717 Post 

Balfrey John (O'Connor & Balfrey) r. 506 Ji Howard 

'Balge Henry A., woodcarver L. & E. Emanuel, r. 624 
Fourth 

Balheimer Charles, clerk Levi Strauss & Co., r. Ala- 
meda 

Balig Henry, ropemaker, N s Connecticut, bet Santa 
Clara and Mariposa 

Balk Annie, domestic, 39 Tehama 

Balk Frederick, master mariner, r. 1525 Dupont 

Balk Govemeur, polisher Kohler & Chase, r. 2311 Lar- 
kin 

Balk Stephen S., clerk, r. 2311 Larkin 

Balk Stephen S Jr., plumber Henry C. Hudson, r. 2013 
Hyde 

Balke William, boarding, 921 Battery 

Ball A. E. (Sawyer & Ball) attorney at law, 502 Mont- 
gomery, r. Alameda 

Ball A. H. Mrs., furnished rooms, 611 Hyde 

Ball Annie E., widow, r. N s Mariposa bet Pennsyl- 
vania Av and Mississippi 

Ball Charles, r. 2840 Mission 

Ball Charles, porter, r. 24 Langton 

Ball Charles 8., harnessmaker, r. 1030 McAllister 

Ball Charles T., cook United States Restaurant, r. 1126 
Market 

Ball Clara Miss, waitress Abbotsford House 

Ball Emiline Mrs., dressmaker, 2840 Mission 

Ball Francis, carpenter, r. 417 Minna 

Ball Francis J., whitener John Q. Garfield, r. 11 Eliza- 
beth 

Ball Frank H., entry clerk Crane & Brigham, r. 1774 
Folsom 

Ball Frederick, porter, 316 California, r. 8 Perry 

Ball Gardner (Ball & Julian) r. Oakland 

Ball George A., mining, 328 Montgomery, r. 212 Pow- 
ell 

Ball George C, engineer, r. 624 Commercial 

Ball Henry, porter Hibemia Savings and Loan Soc, 
r. .'520 Broadway 

Ball Horace W., clerk M. P. & M. Dept. Central Pac. 
ER.,r. Oakland 

Ball James E., varnisher, r. 415 Mason 

Ball Jessie S., widow, r. 1317 Larkiu 

Ball Joel, stockbroker, r. 1210 Union 

Ball John, salesman Thomas D. Hall, r. 1062 Howard 

Ball John C, cashier Haggin & Tevis, r. Lick House 

Ball John S., machinist, r. 1030 McAllister 

Ball Nicholas A., painter, r. 1122}^ Larkin 

Ball Randolph D., ship carpenter, r. 1122 >^ Larkin 



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Ball Richard (Hayden & Ball) r. 625 Seventh 

Ball Richard, butcher, r. 23 Anthony 

Ball Sarah, domestic 130 Tyler 

Ball William K., messenger Pac. Transfer Co., r 

Larkin 
Ball William P., engineer Marcus C. Hawley & Co 

21 Stockton 
Ball & Julian (Gardner Ball and George N.Julian) 

proptrs OL-cidental Wool Depot, N s Townsend, 

bet Fifth and Sixth 
Ballagb John, moldnr O. K. Foundry, r. 64 First 
Ballagh Robert, niolder O. K. Foundry, r. 64 First 
Ballantine Charles M., bookkeeper Mills, Leak & Co., 

r. 1614 Jones 
Ballantine Matthew, blacksmith, r. 1403^ Shipley 
Ballantine Robert, liquor saloon, 425 Bush, r. 514 

Bush 
Ballard Duane (Duane Ballard & Co.) r. 1601 Tyler 
Ballard Duane & Co. (Duane Ballard) commission 

and produce brokers, 22 California 
Ballard E. Mrs., artist, r. St. James House 
Ballard Edward R., bookkeeper Duane Ballard & Co., 

r. 1601 Tyler 
Ballard F. A., r. 205 Powell 

Ballard George, bathmaker, 215 Second, r. 202 Second 
Ballard George, carpenter, r. 619 Fulton 
Ballard George, painter A. Wason, r. 31 Everett 
Ballard John (W. H. Martin & Co.) 7 Spear 
Ballard Joseph H., clerk, r. 108 Ellis 
Ballard Laura A. Mrs. , homeopathic physician, 

office and r. 205 Powell 
Ballard S. K., clerk Edward E. Potter, r. Oakland 
Ballard & Hall (I. R. Hall) commission merchants, 

320 Sansome 
Ballario Enrico, laborer Ghirardelli k Danzel 
BallSnberg Nathan, band master, 539 California 
Ballenjier William G.. driver United Carriage Co;, 

Palace Hotel, r. 17 Hubbard 
Balletti John, clerk Pietro Balletti, r. 1508 Powell. 
Balletti Pietro, wines and liquors, 1508 Powell 
Balletto Gabriel, laborer Washington Market, r. Bay, 

bet Taylor and Montgomery Av , 

Bailey Edward J., agent, 504 Battery, r. Oakland 
Ballhaus Frederick, blacksmith Peter O. Kerlund, r. 

2209 Leavenworth 
Ballinger Andrew, laborer, r. 193^ Gilbert 
Ballinger Frank, barber, r. 930 Montgomery 
Ballinger Frank J. city editor Morning Call, r. 203 

Eleventh 
Ballinger John J., butcher Charles Goodwin, r. 805 

Franklin 
Ballinger John J., painter, r. 108 Hickory Av 
Ballinger Nicholas, butcher, r. 510 Chestnut 
Ballinger Patrick R., keeper Sherifi's Office, r. 203 

Eleventh 
Ballinger Stephen B., guard Golden Gate Park 
Ballinger Thomas R., deputy County Clerk, r. 203 

Eleventh 
Ballinger William R., drayman, r. 805 Franklin 
Ballinger. See Bellanger and Belleuger 
Ballogh George, salesman L. Lemos, r. 1414 Powell 
Ballogh George J., r. 1509 Post 
Ballou Addie L., widow, artist, r. 759 Market 
BallufF Joseph, teamster S. F. Grading and Macadam- 
izing Co., r. W s Kentucky, bet South and Mer- 

Tim fi(* 

Balmas Rudolph, peddler, r. 216 Twelfth 

Balmer Andrew L., carpenter and builder, S s Rose 

Alley, bet Annie and New Montgomery 
Ballmer E. J., bellman Palace Hotel 
Balny Alexander J., importer and manuf ostrich and 

fancy feather.?, 608 Market, r. 1005 Buchanan 
Baloise Marine Insurance Co. of Basle, 

Harry W. Syz general agent, 225 Sansome 
Baloun Joseph, merchant tailor, C13 Washington, r. 

732 Capp 
Balque Charles, cook, r. 609 Jackson 
Balser John, laborer, r. 120 M Townsend, rear 
Balsh William, steward schooner Abbe, Third St. 

Wharf 
Baltazard August, teamster Paul Husson, r. Sixth Av, 

nr Railroad Av, South S. F. 
Baltazard Augitste, tanner Dominique Legallet, r. 

Sixth Av, bet Q and R, South S. F. 
Baltene Edward, oiler Pacific Mall SS. Dakota 
Balthasar William, clerk, r. 509 Washington 
Baltic Consolidated Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) 

Jacob Stadtfeldt Jr. secretary, 419 California 
Baltimore Consolidated Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.) 

Charles A. Sankey secretary, 331 Montgomery 



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Baltimore Mining Co. (Pinal Co., Arizona) E. F. Stone 
secretary, 3C)« Pine 

Baltzer F., porter Lilienthal & Co., r. 33 Clementina 

Balz Adolph, clerk Purchasing and Depot Commis- 
sary of Subsistence U. S. A., r. 21d Fillmore 

Balz Adolph, tanner, r. Franconi House 

Balz John, seaman schooner Sophia Hager, Third St. 
Wharf 

Balz Loiiis, tanner, r. Franconi House 

Balz Valentine, butcher Jacob Schoenfeld, r. Ss Sixth 
Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 

Balzarini Carlo (N. Giamboni & Co.) r. 818 Sansome 

Balzer Henry & Co. (C. Bertheau Jr.) importers 
and commission merchants, and agents Hamburg- 
American Packet Co., North-German Fire Insur- 
ance Co. of Hamburg. New York Underwriters' 
Agency, Bremen Underwriters, aud Danube Insur- 
ance Co. (marine branch) 209 Sansome 

Balzer Henry J., mattressmaker Glover & Willcomb 

Bamber Joseph J., secretary Sheltered Cove Baths, r. 
Beach, bet Hyde and Larkin 

Bamberger Amelia, domestic 416 Taylor . 

Bamberger Sigmuud S., Inspector Custom House, r. 
925 Tyler 

Bamberger Solomon S., stockbroker, r. 925 Tyler 

Bamman Tobias, milkman, r. Helvetia Hotel 

Bammann Brothers (Frederick and Richard) e'roceries 
and liquors, NE cor Perry and Fourth 

Bammann Frederick (Bammann Brothers) r. 
Fourth 

Bammann Henry H., teamster Horace Davis k Co 

Bammaim Richard (Bammann Brothers) r. 
Fourth 

Banahan Henry, hostler McCord, Bridge & Co., r, 
Clara 

Banahan Patrick, hostler, r. 113 Perry 

Banbury Mary, domestic, 2201 Joues 

Bancroft A. L. & Co. (.Albert L. and Hubert 
H. Bancroft) publishers and iniportiug book- 
sellers and stationers, printers, bookbinders, litho- 
graphers, engravers, piano and music dealers, etc., 
721 Market 

Bancroft Albert L. (A. L. Bancroft & Co.) r. 1605 
Franklin 

Bancroft Charles E., manager educational dept A. L. 
Bancroft k Co., r. 623 OTarrell 

Bancroft Eugene .\., captain Fourth Artillery, U.S. A., 
Fort Point 

Bancroft George H., r. 623 O'Farrell 

Bancroft Harlow P., assistant marager educational 
dept A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 623 O'Farrell 

Bancroft Hubert H. (A. I.. Bancroft k Co.) r. 1'298 Van 
Ness Av 

Bancroft Mary, domestic 922 Geary 

Bancroft WilUam B., manager printing dept A. L. 
Bancroft & Co., r. 1506 Pacific Av 

Bancroft's Builclinf;, 721 and 723 Market 

Baud John, Rig. ami Stev. Union, 806 Montgomery 

Band Joseph, market, NW cor Valencia and Eight- 
eenth, r. 1802 Mission 

Bandal Geoflfrej C, chemist Marine Drug Co., r. 318 
Kearny 

Baudmann Julius (Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.) r. 514 
I^ombard 

Bandiunnn, Xlelsen & Co. (Julius Baudmann 
and H. Nielsen) importers and commissiou mer- 
chants, and general agents Giant Powder Co., 210 
Front 

Bandy Aaron M., commission agent, r. 221 Oak 

Bane Ann, widow, r. 737 Brannan 

Bane Patrick, plumber Grubb Jc Lev&ke, r. 737 Bran 

Banfield Jennie Miss, r. 1616 Jackson 

lianfield Jchn H., painter F. L. Gilman, r. 411 Powell 

Bangs Edward (Edward Bangs k Co) r. 1936 Stev 

Bangs E<lward & Co. (Edward Bangs and Lewis W. 
.NIcGlauflin) proptrs Mission Bay Warehouse, 
Ix>ng Bridge, foot Fourth, office IK California 

Banes Frank, clerk Home Mutual lusnrauce Co., r. 
Oakland 

Bangs George A., machinist William H. Birch, r. 109 
Montgomery 

Bangson Errick, laundryman. r. 210 Minna 

Bank Coinntiitsioners Board of, E. J. Coleman 
president, R. Shoemaker secretary, 202 Ssnsome 

Bank George, machinist Victor Joinct, r. 614 Califor- 
nia, rear 

Bank Joseph, tanner S. F. Tannery, r. cor San Bruno 
lioad and Adam 

Bank of BritiHh Columbia, Frederick Towns- 
end manager, SE cor California and Sansome 



Bank of Britisli Xorth America, Archibald 

McKinlay agent, 219 and 221 Sansome 

Bank of California, William Alvord president. 
Thomas Brown cashier, NW cor California and 
Sansome 

Bank of California Building', NW cor Califor- 
nia and Sansome 

Bank of Son Francisco, Jacob L. Browne secretary, 
23 8. F. Stock Exchange Building 

Banker Abraham, housesmith Calvin Nutting & Son, 
r. 134 Fourth 

Banker Edward, bousesnlith, r. 134 Fourth 

Banker George, cigar dealer, r. 1051 Mission 

Bankes Lewis, seaman schr Marv Gould, Third Street 
Wharf 

Bankruptcy Reg-isters (District California) 24 
U. S. Court Building aud 636 Clay 

Banks A., waiter Russ House 

Banks Caroline, widow, r. 518 Natoma 

Banks Cliarles W., bookkeeper Wells, Fargo Jc Co., r. 
Oakland 

Banks Elias, bartender, r. 617 Natoma 

Banks Fletcher, hostler Charles F. Ebner. r. 1326 Tyler 

Banks George S., proptr Pac. Livery Stable, 709 Jones, 
r. 1306 Pine 

Banks James, r. 917 Pacific 

Banks James, steamboat fireman, r. 318 Davis 

Banks John, cigars and tobacco, 1264 Market, r. 995 
Market 

Banks Joseph, coachman, r. 220 Minna 

Banks Lily Miss, assistant Jefferson Grammar School, 
r. 1419 Washington 

Banks Lizzie M. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Gram- 
mar School, r. 1419 Washington 

Banks Margaret, widow, r. 1419 Washington 

Banks Mary Mrs., r. 917 Pacific 

Banks Richard W., special policeman, r. 331 Kearny. 

Banks Thomas C, capitalist, 116 Califijrnia, r. 724 Cal. 

Banks William, engineer, r. 12 Alemany 

Banks W. O. (Meeker i Banks), r. 1419 Washington 

Bangson Joseph R., liquor saloon, 1151 Market 

Banman Sigmund, r. 309 Powell 

Bannan Alfred G.. pac-er Eclipse Bakery, r. 17 Ban- 
nam PI 

Bannan Barbara C. Miss, assistant Spring Valley Pri- 
mary Schoel, r. 2012 Pierce 

Bannan Bridget, widow, r. "2012 Pierce 

Bannan Frank, bottler Samuel Maiks, r. 3040 Six- 
teenth 

Bannan Hugh , laborer, r. 214 Prospect PI 

Bannan Isaac, brassfounder William T. Garratt 

Bannan John, laborer Battery St. Bonded Warehouse, 
r. 26 Glover 

Bannan Maggie F. Miss, assistant Jackson St. Primary 
School, r. 2012 Pierce 

Bannan Patrick, engineer Sedgley & Davis, r. E 8 
Florida, bet Butte and Twentieth 

Bannan William, clerk Edwards k Co., r. 2012 Pierce 

Bannan. See Bannon 

Banner Brotliera, (Peter and Samuel) importers 
clothing and furnishing goods, NE cor Sutter and 
Sansome 

Banner Frederick, cutter Levinsky Bros., r. NE cor 
Fourth and Folsom 

Banner Peter (Bantu r Brothers) r. 917 Post 

Banner Raphael, jieddler, r. 609 Jj Minna 

Banner Samuel (Banner Brothers) r. New York 

Banner Soap Co., 24 Commercial, office 216 Sac 

Banner William, r. 904 Kearny 

Bannerman Alex, second officer Pacific Mail SS. Auh- 
tralia 

Bannerot Eugene A. (Garcin Son v'c Co.) r. 2141 Miss 

Bannett Harris, merchant, r. 10'2*<M Folsom 

Bannett Louis, jeweler, r. 1028 !< Folsom 

Bannick Christian, salesman Stolz Bros., r. 837 Hayes 

Bannick Frederick J., salesman W. Haker k Uinz, r. 
8;J7 Hayes 

Banning A. O., mining 220 Montgomery, r.20 Mont. 

Banning Frances A. Mrs., irlucipal Sanchez St. 
Primary School, r.W s Castro, bet Nineteenth and 
Twentieth 

Banning John, blacksmith, r. W s Castro, bet Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth 

Banning John, laborer freight dept Central Pac. BR. 

Banning M. Miss, drussmaker, 32 Ellis 

Banning Philip, laborer Steiger & Kerr, r. 340)i Har- 
rison Av 

Bannjster Alfred (Starr .<c Co.) r. Oakland 

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Bannister rrederick, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Bannister George W., sash and blind maker, r. 28 

Silver 
Bannister John C, upholsterer F. S. Chadboume & 

Co.. r. 628 Capp 
Bannister John H., shipcarpcnter, r. 133M Townsend 
Bannister Joseph, upholsterer, r. 28 Silver 
Bannister Willum, boarding, 116 Pacific 
Bannon CatherWe, domestic 2116 Bush 
Bannon John, laborer, r. 1214 Bryant 
Bannon Maggie, domestic 1312 Taylor 
Bannon Philip, night-watchman, r. 346 Shipley 
Bannon William, foundryman, r. 346 Shipley 
Bannon. See Bannan 
Bausart Sophia, domestic 307 Fell 
Bat>sch August, hog ranch, cor Utah and Eldorado 
Bansen Charles, seaman, r. 10 Berry 
Banskowski William, laborer Cutting Packing Co., r. 

518 Green 
Bant E., r. Columbia Hotel 
Banta Levi S., r. 235 O'Farrel 
Bautel Charles A., baker Peter Kalb, r. SE cor Mission 

and Thireenth 
Bantly Marcus, carrier Morning Call, r. 818 Pacific 
Bantmann Christine, domestic 619 Tyler 
Banz John, shoemaker, r. Ill Park At 
Banz Louis, r. Ill Park At 

Baptis John H., gold pen manuf, 328 Bush.r. Oakland 
Baptista Jos^ (John Cardoza & Co.) r. 415 Drumm 
Baptista Manuel, deckhand etmr Amelia, Washington 

St.Wharf 
Baptiste Antone, deckhand stuir Oakland, Oakland 

Ferry,' r. 13 Clay 
Baptiste John, laborer P. B.Berges & Co., r. California 

Hf)tel 
Baptiste P., laborer P. B. Barges & Co., r. 913 Sac. 
Bar Association,, rooms 634 Sacramento 
Bar Martin, Swiss Benev. Assn, 109 Montgomery 
Bar Solomon, capitalist, r. 1711 Stockton 
Bara Jose, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, *15)4 

Drumm 
Barabino Charles, packer Cutting Packing Co., r 335 

Union 
Barabino Giovanni, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Baraco Vincent, flower preserver, r. 1643 Howard 
Barada Ernest, confectioner Masson Freres, r. 764 

* Bryant 
Barada Laurent, traveling salesman Louis Taussig & 

Co., r. 7.54 Bryant 
Baranciani Agosta, seaman schooner Calistoga, Front 

St.Wharf 
Barandon Ernst, bakery, NE cor Fillmore and Bush 
Baranger Emma Miss, copyist, r. 963 Mission 
Barao Antonio C, Portuguese Pro. and Beuev. Assn., 

415}^ Drumm 
Barao Jos^ C, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 415 Ji 

Drumm 
Earattiui Lorenzo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash. 
Barattinl Teresa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Baraty Francois, r. 203 Valencia 
Baraty George E., clerk John Saulnier & Co., r. 203 

Valencia 
Baraty John M., butcher, r. 1418 Powell 
Barbara Angel, operatic singer Tivoli Garden, r. 739 

Folsom 
Barbara Paolo, fisherman Front St.Wharf 
Barbara Ricardo, Spanish Mutual Benev. Boc, 730 

Montgomery 
Barbaste A., laundryman, r. 838 Clay 
Barbaste K. Mme., laundry, 838 Clay 
Barbat John, physician and apothecary, ofiElce and r. 

910 Pacific 
Barbat John H., clerk John Barbat, r. 910 Pacific 
Barbe Jean, gardner and florist, SE cor Post and 

Baker 
Barbeck Charles L., driver James Henderson, r. 1419 

Howard 
Barbee Harry B., student, r. 1090 Union 
Barbee John, stockbroker, 317 Mont., r. 1090 Union 
Barber Adam, driver United Carriage Co., r. 610 How- 
ard 
Barber Au.gustus H., clerk, r. 729 Green. 
Barber Benjamin (Barber & Whitnev, and Barber, 

Whitney, Bullen & Co.) r. 141 Fifth 
Barber Charles, dairyman, NW cor California and 

Cemetery Av 
Barber Charles L., r. 817 J^ Larkin 
Barber Edward W., liquor saloon, SE cor Bush and 

Central Av 
Barber Elizabeth, widow, r. 1625 W'ebster 



Barber George A., upholsterer John A. Shaber 

Barber Harvey, cook, r. 2733 Pine 

Barber James B., porter Wilmerding & Co., r. 8 8 

Twenty-fourth, bet Castro and Diamond 
Barber John, waiter SS Los Angeles. Broadway Wharf 
Rarber John A., contractor, r. 24 Bernard 
Barber John A. Jr., plasterer, r. 24 Bernard 
Barber Mary, domestic, 1358 Post 
Barber Thomas H., pilot, 9 U. S. Court Building, r. 

1222 Pacific 
Barber, Wliitney, Bullen & Co. (Benjamin 

Barber, John T. Whitney, and James Bullen) 

proptrs Cal. Asphaltum Works, 403 Clementina 
Barber William (Doyle, Barber & Scripture) attorney 

at law, 323 California, r. San Rafael, Marin Co. 
Barber Zachary T., carpet beater Mitchell & Hobe, r. 

230 Fourteenth 
Barber Si Whitney (Benjamin Barber and John 

T. Whitney) carpenters and builders, 403 Clem 
Barber. See Barbler and Barbour 
Barberi Frank, bartender H. Muller, r. 18 M Garden 
Barbers' Pro. Union, 545 California 
BarbettaF. & Co. (Frederick and Nicholas Barbetta) 

fish dealers, 31 S. F. Market 
Barbetta Frederick (F. Barbetta& Co.) r. 433 Bdwy. 
Barbetta Nicholas (F. Berbetta & Co.) r. 433 Bdwy. 
Barbier Alfred, printer, r. 1420 California 
Barbier Armand, sijecial policeman.r. 1420 California 
Barbier Eugenie, widow, teacher French, r. 1138 

Howard 
Barbier Joseph P., barber, 1226Dupont, r. 616 Vallejo 
Barbier Paul, r. 637 Howard • 

Barbier Paul, fruit dealer, r. 128 Perry 
Barbier Paul L. A., driver City RR., r. 1138 Howard 
Barbieri Guiseppe (Barbieri & Danziant) r. 1419 Du- 

pont 
Barbieri Paul (Levaggi & Barbieri) r. 128 Fourth 
Barbieri Stephen, salesman Andrew Oneto, r. 240Jj 

Fifth 
Barbieri k Danzianrt (G. Barbieri and E. Danziant) 

restaurant, SW cor Montgomery Av and Broadway 
Barbolla Luis, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 Mont 
Barbour Brothers, manuf Irish flax threads, sail 

and bag twines, and salmon gill net twines, 511 

Market 
Barbour Clitus, attorney at law, 715 Clay, r. Buss 

House 
Barbour J. H. K., Ship Calkers' Assn,Barra's Hall 
BarbAck Ferdinand, barkeeper, r. 83 Everett 
Barbrack Frederick, candy maker W. S. Townsend, r. 

83 Everett 
Barbrack Johannes, candy maker SV. S. Townsend, r. 

83 Everett 
BarchMS J. H., r. 12 Hopeton Terrace 
Barcellos Jos(5, Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 JiJ Drumm 
Barcellus Manoel T., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415 J^ Drumm 
Barcelona Cons. Mining Co. (Nye Co., Nev.) Walter 

Craig secretary, 320 Sansom, room 10 
Barci Michaela, iruits and vegetables, 1308 and 1310 

Dupont, r. 1318 Dupont 
Barcka J. B., chiropodist, 106 McAllister 
Barclay Harry, tinsmith, r. 51 Stevenson 
Barclay Henry, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Barclay John, r. 307 Fourth 

Barclay Laura, domestic SW cor Lilly Av and Bu- 
chanan 
Barclay Mary Mrs., seamstress, r. 1117 Howard 
Barclay Peter T. (Hatch & Barclay) r.2716 Howard 
Barclay Robert, r. 6 Hopeton Terrace 
Barclay Robert, hostler Smith & Poultney, r. 113 

Perry 
Barclay William P., r. 106 Post 
Barclay. See Barkley. 
Barda C, millinery, 225 Montgomery Av 
Barden Thomas J., tinsmith Continental Oil and 

Tran.sportation Co., r. 1119 Mission 
Bardenwerper Charles P.. porter German Savings 

and Loan Soc. r. 2412 Post 
Bardes Philip, butcher Jacob Levy, r. SE cor Geary 

and Buchanan 
Bardet Alexander, bookkeeper Paul HusBon, r. 822 

Filbert 
Bardet Pauline, widow, r. 822 Filbert 
Bardetta F., r. 433 Broadway 

Bardez Frank, foreman City Iron Works, r. 748 Har- 
rison 
Bardi Angelo. Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Bardi Giuseppi, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 



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Bardocki Francisco, fruits and produce, 414 Jones 
Bardon Louis, laborer, r. 409 Pacific 
Bardt Katie, domestic TiO McAllister 
BardwcU Charles, machinist, r. 1407 Scott 
Bardwell Charles W., carpenter, r. 1407 Scott 
Bardwell John Ii., salesman Neville & Co., r. St. 

David's House 
Bare Brothers (Qustave, Edward and Solomon) up- 
holsterers and furniture manufs, 308 Hayes 
Bare Edward (Bare Brothers) r. 347 ^ Grove 
Bare Gustave (Bare Brothers) r. 347^ Grove 
Bare Marks, clerk Samuel Leszynsky & Brothers, r. 

212 Sutter 
Bare Solomon (Bare Brothers) r. 347J^ Grove 
Bare. See Baer, Baehr and Bahr 
Bareilles Emile, butcher Sallea & Co., r. 5th Av bet K 

and L, South S. F. 
Bareilles Felix, milker A. T. Noble & Co,, r. KW cor 

Thirtieth and San Jos^ Av 
Bareilles Joseph (Bernard Lagrave &Co.) r. cor Fifth 

and Railroad Avs. South S. F. 
Bareilles Thomas, milkman, r. EsOctavia, bet Filbert 

and Greenwich 
Barela Josefa, widow, r. 915 Broadway 
Barends Bernard, r. 209 Dupont 

Baretta Margarita, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Montgomery 
Barfred Edward, boatman U. S. Revenue stmr Rich- 
ard Rush 
Barg John C. (D. Tiedeman & Co.) r. 317 Ninth 
Bargagliotfi Paul, saloonkeeper, r. 1120 Montgomery 
Barger D. E., physician, office and r. 930 Market 
Bargestream Hans, master mariner, r. 103 Steuart 
Bargestream. See Bargstream 
Barghom August, seaman, r. 5 Washington 
Bargilli Philip, clerk F. Caracci, r. SW cor Buchanan 

and Ellis 
Bargioli W. P.. clerk, r. Overland House 
Bargman Jacob, milkman, r. N s Filbert, bet Pierce 

and Steiner 
Barg^mes James, porter Pascal, Dubedat & Co., r. 2219 

Powell 
Bargones Leonardo, porter Pascal, Dubedat & Co., r. 

430 Jackson 
Bargoni Petriua, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Bargstream George G., clerk, r. 133 Fifth 
Barham John A., attorney at law, 420 California, r. 

East Oakland 
Baricevich John, restaurant, 272 Brannan 
Barilari Antonio, carpenter, r. 718 Greenwich ' 
Barilla Micaeli, drayman, r. 428 Union, rear 
Baring Alexander, r. 62 South Park 
Barittini Lorenzo, porter Siebe Brothers b Plage- 

mann, r. 9 Lafayette PI 
Barkan Adolph, physician, occullst, and aililst, 305 

Kearny, r. 513 Post 
Barkeloo John, speculator, r. 1114 Post 
Barker Alfred, salesman Keane Bros., r. 1029 Mission 
Barker Clay, waiter Baldwin's Dining Palace 
Barker E. B., widow, r. 14 Stanley PI 
Barker Edward B., clerk, r. 521 First 
Barker E. W., teacher ornamental penmanship Bar- 
nard's Business College, 120 Sutter 
Barker Frank, carpenter Bay Soap and Candle Works, 

r. Sixteenth Av, bet P and Q, South S. F. 
Barker Grace, widow, r. 1421 Folsom 
Barker H., housepainter and whiteuer, ."527 Mont At 
Barker Henry L., brickmaker, r. 309 Capp 
Barker Henry»L., carpenter, r. 1918 Union 
Barker Henry N., trunkmaker Fechheimer & Steele, 
r.W s Sumner, bet Powliattan and Mayflower, B. H. 
Barker Hermann, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Barker Isaac, brickmaker, r. 309 Capp 
Barker James H., painter Basler k Jewell, r. 627 

Natoma 
Barker James L., office 40H Market, r. Berkeley 
Barker Joseph, clerk Albertiue Henrich, r. 617 Wash. 
Barker Joshua, bookkeeper Lobman & Coghill, r. Oak- 

land 
Barker M. H.. widow, r. 2223 Post 
Barker Richard, neddler, r. 17 First Av 
Barker Robert, boxmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 17 First 

Av. 
Barker Squire, molder Union Iron Works, r. 229 Lang- 
ton 
Barker Stephen, contractor, r. 528 Eighteenth 
Barker Timothy L.. merchant, office 126 Market, r. 

Oakland 
Barker William, laborer, r. 230 Fremont 
Barker. See Bacher 
Barkhaus Diederich (P. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. 10 Turk 



Barkhaus Frederick W. (F. W. & D. Barkhaus) r. 1004 

Sutter 
Barkhaus F. TV. & D., books and stationery, 

213 Kearny 
Barkhausen Bertha, widow, r. 716 Franklin 
Barkhausen Theodore, laborer, r. 5 Bonita 
Barkboeder Jacob, brewer United States Brewery, r. 

NE cor Franklin and Mc.\llister^ 
Barkion Manuel, engineer, r. 216 Clan 
Barkley H. A., printer, r. 221 Mason 
Barkley Henry M., tinsmith Manley Dyer, r. 51 Stev. 
Barkley Isabella, widow, r. 808 Green 
Barkley William H., bookkeeper Pool & Harris, r. 1019 

Union- 
Barkley. See Barclay 
Barlage Charles, sign and fresco painter, 206 Post, r. 

27 Clinton Park 
Barlage Henry, clerk, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barlage William, r. 27 Clinton Park 
Barling Horatio H., stock broker, r. 631 Webster 
Barlogio Guiseppe, farmer, r. 518 Pacific 
Barlow Carrie B. Miss, principal Broadway Primary 

School, r. 1312 Jones 
Barlow Charles, workman U. S. Mint, r. Oakland 
Barlow Elisha T., machinist, r. S 8 Channel, bet 

Eleventh and Twelfth 
Barlow Frank, salesman Muser Brothers, r. 50 )j Zee 
Barlow J., r. 119;^ Sixth 
Barlow John, machinist Pacific Iron Works, r. 63 

Natoma 
Barlow Martin, laborer, r. 410 Broadway 
Barlow Mary, widow, r. 50 M Zoe 
Barlow Sarah, domestic 1115 Geary 
Barlow William W., bookkeeper, r. 119?^ Sixth 
Barman Benjamin, clerk, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman Fred, cigarmaker C. k W. Stepp, r. 410 Sixth 
Barman Isaac, manager Lithauer & Co., r. 722 Tyler 
Barman John S., night inspector Custom House, r. 410 

Sixth 
Barmun Jonns, capitalist, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman Rebecca Miss, saleswoman Abraham Grad- 

wohl, r. 943 Folsom 
Barman Sarah Miss, saleswoman Abraham Gradwohl, 

r. 943 Folsom 
Barnaby Reginald H., conductor Market St. RR., r. 

1623 M Turk 
Barnacle James, sawmaker Hobbs, Pomeroy & Co., r. 

310 Sixth 
Barnard Frank (Frank Barnard & Co.) r. 418 Eddy 
Barnard Frank & Co. (Frank Barnard and 

Henry Voorman) importers and jobbers coal, and 

agents Newport Coos Bay Coal Co., and stmr 

Gussie Telfair, 213-217 Jackson 
Barnard George B., teacher telegraphy Barnard's 

Business College, 120 Sutter 
Barnard Henry, president Barnard's Business 

College, 120 Sutter 
Barnard Isaac D. (S. H. Seymour & Co.) r. Buss House 
Barnard Laurence, liquor saloon, 530 Valencia 
Barnard Lemuel H., bookkeeper Homer 8. King b 

Co.,r. 1625 Polk 
Barnard Matthew, shoemaker Jory Bros., r. 704 

Guererro 
Barnard Moses 8., cooper, r. 31 Twenty-fourth 
Barnard Thomas G., contractor and builder, r. 82 

Rincon PI 
Barnard William, Boot and Shoemakers' Union, 771 

Market 
Barnard. See Bernard and Bemhard. 
Burnard'8 BuMinessi College, Henry Barnard 

president, 120 Sutter 
BarntT Louis, fruits and vegetables, 139 Ninth 
Bamer William, groceries and liquors, NE cor Ninth 

and Natoma 
Barnert Joseph, r. 919 Polk 
Barnes Andrew J., agent Oriental Box Factory, r. 945 

Folsom 
Barnes A. 8. & Co. (New Yor'^;) Edward F. Adams 

manager, 3 Montgomery 
Barnes Benjamin J., expressman, r. 812 Dolores, rear 
Barnes B. H., engineer, r. 444 Brannan 
Barnes Charles, clerk, r. 22 Anna ^ 

Barnes Charles A., plasterer, r. SW cor Twenty-fourth 

and Howard 
Barnes Daniel H., quartermaster Pacific Mail 8S. Co., 

r. 20 Clementina 
Barnes David, tailor, 125 Sansome. r. 903 Jackson 
Barnes 1). W., stock speculator, r. Revere House 
Barnes Edward H., machinist Harvey W. Rice, r. 444 

Brannan 



^Ci YFAR^^ FYPFRIFNTF muller the optician, 

0\J I LMRO LArLniLllbL. Established, S.F., 1863, 135 IWontqomcrv. 



IHKIAQ I MnPPIQHKI ^"^^ *^^^^ moat select stock of all the leading varieties of 
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JBumes Euclid T., ass't secretary California Insurance 
Co., 318 California, r. AJameda 

Iiiirues Frederick, carpenter, r. 1827 O'Farrell 

Barnes George, steward, r. NE cor Greenwich and 
Octavia 

Itarnes George E)., dramatic critic Morning Call, 
517 Clay, r. Commercial Hotel 

aes George F., buyer Abrams & Carroll, r. 550 Fol 
ues Golda, widow, r. 903 Jackson 

jjarues Harvey S. (Barnes & Co.) r. KE cor California 
and Steiner 

Ties Henry L., carpenter Albert Washburn, r. 420 
Sixth 

les James, blacksmith, r. 17 Russell 
i.es Jay, collector E. J. Bowen, r. 14 MetcaU PI 

. . lies Kate, widow, r. SW cor Kentucky and Center 

IJarues Monroe, engineer, r. 623 Howard 

liaruefi Owen, machinehand D. A. Macdonald & Co., 
r. Market, bet Larkin and Polk 

Barnes Bichard M., policeman City Hall, r. 430 Mont- 
gomery Av 

Barnes R. M., machinist Willian T. Garratt, r. How- 
ard, bet First and Second 

Barnes Bobert L. C, bookkeeper 8. F. Bulletin Co., r. 
1023 Stockton 

Barnes Thomas, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Barnes 'W, H. Li., attorney at law, 420> California, 
r. Palace Hotel 

Barnes W. Mrs., widow, r. 1924 FUis 

Barnes W. B., weaver S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 
r. NW cor North Point and Larkin 

Barnes William, laborer, r. 726 Brannan 

Barnes William H., editor Weekly Call, 525 Mont- 
gomery, .r. 148 Sixth - 

Barnes William P., capitalist, r. 127 Kearny 

Barnes William T., clerk W. A. Steele, r.2039 Howard 

Barnes & Co. (Harvey S. Barnes and John JVIartin) 
groceries and liquors, NE cor California and 

- ' Steiner 

Bamett Absalom J., draftsman P. J. O'Connor, r. 
Oakland 

Barnett David, harnessmaker William Davis, r. 318 
Davis 

Barnett Elizabeth, widow, r. 810 Union 

Bamett George A., superintendent Jersey Farm Dairy, 
r. 835 Howard 

Barnett Isaac, fruit and provisions, 16 and 18 Grand 
Arcade Market, r. 265 Clara 

Barnett James, seaman schr L. Maria, Larue's Wharf 

Barnett James J., r. United States Hotel 

Barnett John, liquor saloon, SW cor Montgomery Av 
and Bay 

Barnett John, seaman stmr Julia, r. 18 Minna 

Barnett Joseph, crockery, 314 Sixth 

Barnett J. P., milliner, r. 1021 Sutter 

Barnett Kate, domestic 1902 Powell 

Barnett Kate Mrs., r. 6 Polk 

Bamett Kittle Sliss, dressmaker J. M. Lovett, r. 2023 
Polk 

Barnett Louis, bookbinder D. Hicks & Co., r. 810 
Union 

Barnett Moses S. (of S. A. Gyle & Co., Tehama) oflce 
210 Davis, r. 227 Leavenworth 

Barnett Norman W., dairyman, office 35 Eddy, r. 322 
Fulton, rear 

Bamett Samuel, junk peddler, r. 1003 Bryant 

Barnett Thomas, butcher Andrew J. Shrader, r. 
Seventh Av, bet M and N, South S. F. 

Bamett William, salesman Fratinger & Noll, r. 10 
Ash Av 

Barnett William, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 

Bamett William A., typefounder Marder, Luse Si Co., 
r. 1019 Lombard 

Barney Alfred S., deputy U. S. Shipping Commission- 
er, 118 Jackson, r. 1206 Market 

Barney Benjamin A., commission merchant. 320 Cali- 
fornia, r. 817 Van Ness Av 

Barney B. Griffin, deputy U. 8. Shipping Com- 
missioner, office Pacific Mail SS. Co.'s Wharf, r. 
22U9 Jackson 

Barney Cary M., student Heald's Business College, r. 
Ahlborn House 

Barney C. W., clerk Peter Fernandez, r. 22 Anna 

Barney Edward, watchman, r. 511 Bryant 

Barney Ellen I., widow, r. 1720 Leavenworth 

Barney James, seaman, r. 137 Jackson 

Barney James M., commission merchant, 320 Cali- 
fornia, r. Yuma, Arizona 

Barney James P., telegraph operator, r. 1216 MiSBlon 
Barney M., hor8edealer,r. 1623 Market 



Barney Morgan L., r. 1324 Polk 

Barney Sophia A. Sirs., r. 32 Sixth 

Barney. See Barnie 

Barnhardt Jacob, machinist Gilbert & Moore, r. 615 

Natoma 
Barnhart Christian, blacksmith's helper AbnerDoble, 

r. 22 Garden 
Barnhart George W., salesman A. L. Bancroft & Co., 

r. 114 Powell 
Bamheisel Epinetus R., carrier Alta California. r. 1634 

Mission 
Bamheisel Henry, clerk Brown Bros. & Co., r. Oakland 
Barnhill James, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
Barnie William, clerk, r. SW cor Drumm and Com 
Baruie. See Barney 
Bamstead Thomas D., policeman City Hall, r. 946 

Harrison 
Barnum Catherine S., widow, r. 1310 Hyde 
Barnum Howard, laborer Woodward's Gardens, r. 22 

Stevenson Av 
Bamiim John A., mill foreman A. Waldstein, r. 512 

Fourth 
Barnwell Gilbert T., r. 448Bartlett 
Baron Charles, cook, r. 37 Pacific 
Baron Charles, waiter Pacific Mail SS. City of Chester 
Baron Isador, merchant, r. 315 Tyler 
Baron John (J. Dupuy & Co.) r. 630 Broadway 
Baron M. D., widow, r. 929 Bryant 
Baton William, barber Ferdinand Mitchell, r. 179 

Perry 
Baron. See Barron 

Baronidls George M., botanist. octillBt, and or- 
thopedist, office and r. 201 Powell 
Barr Charles, liquor dealer, r. 335 Geary 
Barr Daniel J., r. 318 Oak 

Barr Frank, mlllhand Capitol Mills, r. 1334 Dupont 
Barr Hannah K., widow, r. 318 Oak 
Barr John D. , manuf umbrellas and parasols, 328 

Bush, 1207 Bush 
Barr John G., seaman Pacific Mall SS. City of Ches- 
ter, r. 22 Perry 
Barr Milton H., with John'D. Barr, r. 1207 Bush 
Barr Neil, molder Thompson Brothers, r. 14 Verona PI 
Barr Peter, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Barr Sara A. Miss, assistant Girls' High School, r. 613 

Taylor 
Barr Stewart A., with John D. Barr, r. 1207 Bush 
Barr William H., master mariner, r. 1014 Vallejo 
Barr. See Bahr 
Barra Ezekiel I., liquor saloon and cigars, NW 

cor First and Minna, r. 4 Minna 
Barra's Hall, NW cor First and Minna 
Barragat Baptiste, laborer John Lacoste, r. NW cor 

Montgomery Av and Lombard 
Barraque John, soda manuf, r. 259 Clementina 
Barraud August, compositor Le Petit Journal, r. 704 

Pacific 
Barraud Philip, cook Jean Lacay, r. 721 Pacific 
Barre August, liquor saloon, NE cor Lombard and 

Octavia 
Barre Barthol, mUker, r. 8 s Francisco, bet Fillmore 

and Pierce 
Barre Jean, milker Bernard Miossl, r. NW cor Lom- 
bard and Franklin 
Barreda Frederic L., manager D. de Castro & Co., 213 

Sansome, r. 804 Van Ness Av 
Barrel! Samuel S., stockbroker, r. Brunswick House 
Barrelli Michael, r. 442 Union 
Barreras Teresa Miss, r. 508 Broadway 

Barrett , r. 36 Clay 

Barrett Alfred, carpenter WilUam B. Bradbury, r. 100 

Prospect PI 
Barrett Alfred, watchmaker and jeweler, 42 Foiirth, 

r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett Alfred J., cigar dealer, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett Annie Miss, shoefitter S. W. Levy, r. 118 Hayes 
Barrett Charles, plumber G. & W. Snook, r. Seven. 

teenth Av, bet I and J, South S. F. 
Barrett Charles L. (Deming & Barrett) r. 1000 Pine 
Barrett C. H., expressman, SE cor Kearny and Cal 
Barrett David E., currier, r. E s Vermont, bet Nevada 

and Humboldt 
Barrett Edward, laborer, r. 8 s Fulton, bet Scott and 

Devisadero 
Barrett Edward, laborer, r. 609 5i Minna 
Barrett Edward, laborer, r. 1019 Market, rear 
Barrett Edward, painter, r. 323 Jessie 
Barrett Edward, shoemaker, r. 15 Stevenson 
Barrett Edward F., butcher Alfred Edmondson, r. 410 

Clementina 



WINDOW SHADES. 



Manufacturer of fine WIXDOW 
SHADES for Private Resi- 
dences, Siores.. Offices, etc., etc. 



GEO. W.CLARK, 

645 Market Street. 



JAMES E. GORDON & CO., 



^VHOLESALE HARDWARE, 

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Bamett Edward J., expresaouai, 2tE cor Tebuna and 

Second, r. 30 Stanfoid 
Barrett Fannie, domestte ISao Tjler 
Barret Fnncis A^ carpenter, r. Seventeenth At, bet 

I and J. South S. F. 
Buxvtt Frank M.. driver City KB., r. 1$4 Fourteenth 
Banett Frederick J., a&saver. r. '236 Seventh 
Barrett Geoffges. jeweler A. Hirschnian, r. 236 Seventh 
Barrett George, maltster Mafon's Brewerv.r. £23 Chest- 
nut 
Banett Oeoige. se«man, r. SaOois' Home 
Banett Hannah, widow, r. W s Kansas, bet Xerada 

and Hinnboldt 
Barrett Hannah, widow, r. 517 SteTenson 
Barrett Hannah Miss, shoefitter Einstein Bros., r. W s 

Kansas, bet Kevada and Hamboldt 
Barrett H. C, anrreyor, r. 22 Geary 
Barrett J., laborer Bisdon I. and L. Works 
Barrett James. Kard^n^r Laurel Hill O&axiAiaj, r. W B 

Cook, north of Point Loboe Av 
Barrett James, painter, r. ll'i Langton 
Barrett James B., r. Grand Hotel 
Barrett James R., Cabinetmaker Kragen & Geist, r. 336 

Seventh 
Barrett Jan«, widow, nurse, r. 1126 Harrison, rear 
Barrett John, blacksmith Ftank Williams, r. 3M Van 

Xess Av, rear 
Barrett John, boatman, r. $Oi Third 
Barrett John, carpenter Henry T. Bray. r. 29-11 SDsB. 
Barrett John, expressman, r. 30 Stanford 
Barrett John, sack sewer Edward Ban^s, r. 60 Annie 
Barren John, tinsmith W. W. Montague J: Co. 
Barrett J<dm J., baker Boman Citholic Orphan Asy- 
lum, r. X 8 Vall-"^ »^' Sanchez and Church 
Barrett John S. iF Valker) r. 160T Gongh 

Barrett M. Mr*., r ::» 

Barrett Maggie, domestic NE cor Sutter and Stelner 
Barrett Margaret, widow, r. Tdi Harrison 
Barrett Mary Miss, silkworker Cal. Silk Manufactur- 
ing Co., r. cor Seventeenth Av and J, Soutu S. F. 
Barrett Mary A., widow, r. 42."5 Stevenson 
Barrett Matthew, carria^ s'pringmaker, r. 44 Minna 
Barrett Maurice, clerk L. G. Flanagan, r. W s Kansas, 

bet Nevada and Utah 
Barrett Michael, boilenuaker Moynihan Jt Aitken. r. 

'ibO Clementina, rear 
Barrett Michael. lalMrer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Barrett Michael, longshoreman, r. *>4 Third 
Barrett Michael, ship calker. r. 24 Masonic Av 
Barrett Minnif, domestic 915 Valencia 
Barrett P.. laborer, r. Branch House 
Barrett Patrick F., driver X. B. and MiasioD BB., r. 

316 Fourth 
Barrett Patrick, gardener, r. 2921 Mission, rear 
Barrett Patrick, quart-rmasttf O. Jc O. SS. Gaelic 
Barrett Patrick, watchman freight dept Central Pac. 

RR., r. 26 Perry 
Barrett P. T., salesman Keimedy * Dtirr, r. 24 Clem 
Barrett Richard, carpenter, r. 423 Stevenson 
Barrett Bobert, soapmaker Richard Brown, r. 123 

GUbert 
Barrett Samuel, miner, r. New Wiscoiisin Hotel 
Barrett William, hackman, r. 120 Shipley 
Barrett William, laborer, r. Laurel At. nr Van Neas 

Av 
Barrett William, marble polisher John C. Dufly, r. 

•-'.Vi Clementina 
Barrett WtUiam B.. carpenter, r. 7 Mission Av 
Barrett William F., molder Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. -^11 Howard 
Barrett Williaaa 6., aecretarySan Francisco Gas- 

li>:at Co., r. 1000 Pine 
Barrett William H., carpentar. 637 Yalencia 
Barrett ^ ^TallLer (John S. Barrett and Oscar 

V. Walker) stock brokers, 4 Leidesdorff 
' Barrie Charles, drajmau Brjden & Hinckley, r. 127 

Clara 
Barrie David H.. conductor Clay St Hill BR., r. 1402 

licaTen worth 
Banie Peter, cook Bogen k Freitaa. r. 817 Tallejo 



Barrientbs Kartin. oomposttor La Toc« del Popolo, 

r. Tl« Vallejo 
Barrllls Diegt> Count, coDBol Italy. oAee S35 

Front 
Banringer Benjamin, baker, r. 634 Vallejo 
Barringer E. Mrs., r. MS Mission 
Barringor Eliaabeth Mrs., manuf paper pattens, 

96n( Mission 
Barringer Jeannette Mrs., dressmaker, r. 634 Yallqjo 



Barrington Alfred, fireman, r. 625 Davis 
Barrington Charles L., clerk Bobert C. Meyers, r 

a22PoweU 
Barrington George F., bookkeeper warehouse dept 

Custom House, r. 1706 Polk 
Barrington John, route agent U. S. Railway Mail Ser 

vice. r. Santa Rosa 
Barrington William B.. storekeeper Dickson, DeWol' 

& Co., r. 822 Powell • 

Barrios Firmin, musical instrument maker, r. St" 

Market 
Barrios Frank, butcher G. W. Mo wry, r. NW cor Pos^ 

and Laguna 
Barroilhet Henry (Belloc & Co) r. San Mateo 
Barron A. Mrs., jani tress Greenwich Street Primary 

School 
Barron Abraham, tailor. 31 Pacific, r. 179 Perry . 
Barron Albert W.. machinist, r. 931 Bryant 
Barron Arthur W.. assistant superintendent Fifth St. 

branch Market St. RR, r. 619 Third 
Barron Benjamin, barber Lewis & Harris, r. 179 

Perry 
Barron Cornelius, f raits and vegetables, N s Sierra, 

bet Georgia and Michigan 
Barron Comelitis J., painter and paperhanger. 81S 

Market 
Barron Cornelius T., barkeeper, r. If s Sierra, bet 

G^xrgia and Michigan 
Barron Edward, capitalist, 21 Nevada Block, r. The 

Baldwin 
Barron Edward, student Heald's Business College 
Barron George, printer .\djutant-General's Office, U. 

S. A.. Presidio Reservation 
Barron George, student Heald's Business College 
Barron Isadore, butcher Palace Hotel, r. 112 Geary 
Barron James, captain stmr Hope, r. Alvarado, Ala- 
meda Co 
! Barron James, laborer, r. 512 Mission 
{ Barron Jame«. mining, r. 6T^ ~ <i '^ 

Barron John, painter, r. 210^ ~ 
I Barron Jos«ph, capitalist, r. ck.v ?t<.>cKton 
[ Barron Louis, laborer American Salt Co. 
; Barron Michael, carpenter, r. 2319 Mission 

Barron Richard, captain stmr Mount Eden, r. Mount 
\ Eden, Alameda Co 
: Barron Rudolph, r. German Hotel 
j Barron Samuel, butcher, r. 179 Perry 
I Barron T.. cook City and County Hospital 
' Barron William, barber, r. 1T9 Perry 
Barron William, groceriee and liquors, 8W cor Clay 

and Powell 
Barron William B., r. 507 Bryant 
Barron. See Baron 
Barxos Angel, teamster, r. Six-Mile Hotise, San Bruno 

Road 
Barrow Charles W. (Hopkins. Taylor & Co.) r. SG5H 
Market 
1 Barrow George, mining, r. Turk St. Hotel 
, Barrow George, restaurant. 19 Vallejo 
. Barrow William P., r. 702 Pacific 
I Barrows Edward C, pressman A. L. Bancroft k Co., r. 
{ 2636 Setter 

I BaxTOWB James, laundryman Lick House 
I Barrows James O., actor Baldwin Theatre, r. 335 
I Stevenson 
Barrows John, salesman L M. Wentworth Boot and 
Shoe Co.. r. lid Eddy 
! Barrows Lottie M. Miss, assistant Turk St. Primary 

School, r. 26*6 Sutter 
I Barrows Lucy W., widow, r. 116 Park Av 
Barrowa Mary, widow, r. 2626 Sutter 
BiuTOwa Bobert, driver Cal. Cracker Co., r. 3501 Post 
£arrowa Stephen S., contractor and builder, 346 Sat- 

ter. r. 10 Carlos PI 
i Barrows William, capitalist, r. 517 O'Farrell 
'< Barrows William H.. attorney at law, T4 Montgomery 
I Block, r. 3636 Sutter 

I Barry Aaron, bozmaker Pac. Box Factory, r. 14 
Bonrbin PI 
Barry Ann, widow, r. Eleventh Av, n» Bailroad At. 

South S. F. 
Barry Ann, domestic 714 Ellis 
Barry Antonio, cook, r. 158 Clara, rear 
Barry .Augustus W., machinist Sutter St. RB.. r. 31 

Austin 
Barry Bartholomew, deckhand stmr Oakland, r. 666 

Shipley 
Barry Bndget, domestic 570 Harrison 
Barry Charl^. laborer new City Hall 
Barry Charles, seaman schr Hueneme, Spear St. Wharf 



SRN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES 

Office. 33 Gear) St. 



I MAPnOMniinM importer of and dealer in coal and pig iron, 

J. IflHUUUilUUUn, 41 Market Street, comer Sn 



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Barry Charles E., searcher records, 019 Montgomery 
r. San Kaf'ael 

Barry Charles.!., teamster, r. 127 Clara 

Barry David, butoher, r. 18 Washington Av 

Barry David, butcher David BaiTy jr.. r. E a Church,, 
bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 

Barry David, laborer, r. 210 Folsom 

Barry David, laborer, r. 207 Folsom 

Barry David, liquor saloon and cigar manuf, KE cor 
Eighth and Heron, r. 4 Heron 

Barry David, real estate, r. 436 Stevenson 

Barry David Jr., market, N s Twenty-second, bet Do- 
lores and Chattanooga, r. E s Church, bet Twen- 
ty-second and Twenty-third 

Barry Dennis, laborer Renton Coal Co., r. 778 Harri- 
son 

Barry Edward, carriagemater, r. 24 Eldley 

Barry Edward, dairy. Crescent Av, nr San Bruno 
Road. B. H. 

Barry Edward, galvanizer John Lee b Co., r. 77 Clem 

Barry Edward, melter Union Iron Works, r. 6 Freelon 

Barry Edward, real-estate agent, 415 Montgomery, r. 
Oakland 

Barry Edward L., r. 1051 Market 

Barry Eliza A. Miss, r. 820 Union 

Barry Ellen, domestic 1008 Sutter 

Barry Enoch, watchman 8. F. Candle Co., r. 1069 
Mission 

Barry Frank, driver J. W; Fifield, r. 117 Eleventh 

Barry Henry, steward, r. 863 Ji Market 

Barry James, bricklayer, r. 412}^ Fell 

Barry James, blacksmith, r. 211 Taylor 

Barry James, driver Potrero and B.V. RR., r. cor Ken- 
tucky and Sonoma 

Barry James, fireman, r. 7 Hodges PI 

Barry James, foreman Abner Doble, r. 211 Taylor 

Barry James, fruits, SE cor Railroad and Sixteenth 
Av8, South S. F. 

Barry James, hack driver, r. 325 Folsom 

Barry James, laborer, r. 262 Jessie 

Barry James, salesman Kennedy & Durr,r. 3 Maria 

Barry James, tailor, r. 410 Broadway 

Barry James F., woodworker, r. W s Dolores, bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 

Barry James H. (Barry & Baird) r. 1224 Broadway 

Barry James J., special policeman, r. 21 Fulton 

Barry James P., laborer, r. 404 Seventh 

Barry James R., canvasser, r. 949 Sacramento 

Barry Jeremiah, maltster Hibernia Brewery, r. 4 Heron 

Barry John, calker, r. 21 Ji Laugton 

Barry John, expressman, J*IE cor Bush and Kearny, r. 
8 Byington 

Barry John, foreman City Cab and Carriage Stables, 
r. 174 Jessie 

Barry John, fouudryman Fulton Iron Works, r. 2523 
Sacramento 

Barry John, laborer, r. 16 Gilbert, rear 

Barry John, laborer J. Craig & Co., r. 623 Fulton 

Bany John, laborer Lucas & Co., r. 299 Folsom 

Barry John, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 

Barry John, peddler, r. 18 Stevenson Av 

Barry John, shoemaker S.W. Levy, r. 361 Clementina 

Barry John, tentmaker Neville k Co., r. 8 Glover 

Barry John D.. entry clerk Davis Bros., r. 20 Jessie 

Barry John H., delivery clerk Western Union Tel. 
Co., r. 211 Taylor 

Barry John J., laborer, r. 404 Seventh 

Barry John T., collector, 333 Montgomery, r. 307 
Chestnut 

Barry Julia, widow, r. 10 Varennea 

Barry Kate, widow, r. N s Powell Av, bet Mission and 
California Av 

Barry Kate Mrs., lodgings, 157 Seventh 

Barry Levi, laborer, r. Branch House 

Barry Margaret, widow, r. 8 Glover 

Barry Margaret, laundrymaid St. Joseph's . Roman 
Catholic Infant Asylum, r. Silver Av, bet Seven- 
teenth and Nineteenth Avs, South 8. F. 

Barry Markham J., salesman J. J. O'Brien & Co., r. 
609 Post 

Barry Martin, tailor Lancaster & Northon, r. 1924 
Bush 

Barry Mary, widow, r. 3 Pratt Court 

Bai:ry Mary, widow, r. 35 Valparaiso 

Barry Mary, widow, r. 404 Seventh 

Barry Mary, domestic 365 First 

Barry Jtary, domestic 1808 Bush 

Barrry Mary, domestic 1813 Pine 

Barry Matthew B.', fruits and vegetables, SE cor Rail- 
road and Sixteenth Avs, South 8. F. 



Barry Maurice, laborer, r.W s Boyce, bet Point Lobos 

Av and St. Rose 
Barry Maurice F., tin roofer, r. 606 Minna 
Barry M. C. Miss, assistant Market and Seventh St. 

Primary School, r. 211 Taylor 
Barry Michael, carpenter William B. Bradbury, r. 

710 Howard 
Barry Michael, deckhand stmr Capital, Oakland Ferry, 

r. Oakland 
Barry Michael, laborer Industrial Iron Works, r. San 

Miguel 
Barry Michael, machinist Ellas H. Thompson, r. 710 

Howard 
Barry Michael, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, r. 

Fairmount Tract, nr Bernal Station 
Barry Michael, tailor, r. 9 St. Mary's, rear 
Barry Michael J., groceries and liquors, NE cor Ne- 
braska and Nevada 
Barry Michael T.. policeman City Hall, r. 86 Everett 
Barry Owen, laborer, r. 623 Fulton 
Barry P., laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Barry Patrick, groceries and liquors, 16 Seventh 
Barry Patrick, groceries and Uquors, NW. cor Euss 

and Natoma 
Barry Patrick, laborer, r. 140 Freelon 
Barry Patrick, laborer Golden State and Miners' Iron 

Works, r. 56 Everett 
Barry Patrick, seaman, r. 414 Folsom 
Barry Patrick, ticket clerk Central Pac. RB., Oakland 

Ferry 
Barry Patrick, -watchman Mlchelssen, Brown & Co., 

r. W s Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Patrick O., clerk C. V. Gillespie, r. 2319 Pacific 
Barry Patrick T., soapmaker Clark Brothers, r. W B 

Utah, bet Center and Santa Clara 
Barry Richard, house mover John 8. Stratton, r. 542 

Fifth 
Barry Richard, laborer Weed & Kingwell, r. 260 Clara 
Barry Richard, laborer Golden Gate Park, r. 8 8 Wood, 

nr Point Lobos Av 
Barry Richard, sailmaker, r. 18 Washington Av 
Barry Richard L., bookkeeper O'Neill, Kennedy & Stu- 
art, r. iO'A Uausfh 
Barry Robert, bookkeeper, r. 21 Prospect PI 
Barry Robert, driver City RR., r. 18J1 Mission 
Barry Robert, laborer, r. 1018 Clay 
Barry Robert F., ropemaker, r. S 8 Sixteenth, bet 

Guerrero and Dolores. 
Barry T., laborer, r. 408!^ Natoma 
Barry Theodore A., agt nt Naglee Native Brandy, 116 

Montgomery, r. 709 Gearj' 
Barry Thomas, foreman Charter Oak Stables, r. 57 

Natoma 
Barry Thomas, seaman, r. SE cor Harrison and Spear 
Barry Thomas F., attorney at law, 302 Montgomery, 

r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry Thomas T., salesman Murphy, Grant & Co. 
Barry William, r. 630 Jes.«ie 
Barry William, blacksmith, r. 10 Varennes 
Barry William, blacksmith Abner Doble, r. 211 Tay- 
lor 
Barry William, carpenter, r. 2116 Steiner 
Barry William, clerk Edmund Birchell, r. 1603 Eddy 
Barry William, hackman, NE. cor California and 

Montgomery, ana livery stable, 1G23 Washington 
Barry William, laborer, r. 81 Natoma 
Barry William, laborer William T. Garratt, r. 639 

Howard 
Barry William, ship carpenter, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry William, tanner Mission Tannery, r. 430 Shot- 
well 
Barry William, third officer Pacific Mail SS. City of 

Chester 
Barry William, tinsmith Charles Brown, r. 56 Everett 
Barry William F. , printer, r. 1224 Broadway 
Barry William H., wheelwright, r. 21 Rausch 
Barry William J., r. 35 Valparaiso 
Barry William McGill, naval architect, r. 609 Post 
Barry & Baird (James H. Barry and James M. Baird) 

book and job printers, 419 Sacramento 
Barry. See Barrie 

Barser H., seaman Pacific Coast 88. Gipsy 
Barsotti Aurelio, peddler, r. 5 Hayward 
Barstow Alfred (Rhodes & Barstow) attorney at law, 

606 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Barstow Calvin, weigher Green St. Wharf 
Barstow David P., attorney at law, 11 and 12 8. F. 

Stock Exchange Building, r. Oakland 
Barstow Frederick O., dentist and physician, office 

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Barsto-vv George, attorney at law, 309 California, 

r. 927 Pine 
Barstow Jane, ■widow, r. 15)4 Oak Grove Av 
Barstow John L., mining, r. American Exchange Hotel 
Barstow S. F., student Heald's Business College 
Barstow William, physician, r. 42 TJ. S. Court Building 
Barsulia Charles, vegetable dealer, r. 741 Vallejo 
Bart Annie, widow, r. 3 Chestnut Alley 
Bartels Christian H., porter Dodge, Sweeney & Co.. r. 

SW cor Battery and Green 
Bartels Frederick, tinsmith, r. 389 Eighth 
Bartels Henry, dyer, 30 Harriet 
Bartels Henry, liciuor saloon, SW cor Front and 

Union, r. 2128 Mission 
Bartels Henry, upholsterer, 426 Hayes, r. NW cor Polk 

and Fell 
Bartels Max, musician, r. 137 Post 
Bartels Kichard, porter Sol.Waugenheim & Co., r. 1014 

Hampshire 
Barter David W., laborer, r. 1440 Minna 
Barteson Maurice, seaman barkentine B. K. Ham, 

Larue's Wharf 
Bartet Anna, widow, r. 36 Austin 
Barth Charles, iron-cornicemaker Conlln & Boberts, 

r. 10 M Cleaveland 
Barth Isadore, r. 36}^ Valparaiso 
Barth Philip, clerk I. Glazier & Co., r. 131 O'Farrell 
Barth Richard, machinist Joshua Hendy 
Barth Rudolf, watchmaker W. A. Hammond & Co., r. 

201.'i Webster 
Barth William, cornicemaker Conlin k Roberts, r. 724 

Mission 
Barthel Robert, liquor dealer, r. 1304 Powell 
Barthelemy N., boot and shoemaker, 723 Pacific 
Barthen Antonia, widow, r. 12 Cedar Av 
Barthen Fannie iliss, teacher music, r. 12 Cedar Av 
Barthey George, meterman S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 125 

Langton 
Barthlow T. M., r. Cosmopolitan Hotel 
Barthol Adam, teamster Union Pac. Salt Co., r. 463 

Minna 
Barthold Adolph, laborer, r. 15 Beideman 
Barthold B. A., teamster Masonjc Cemetery, r. 15 

Beidemann 
Barthold Henry R., butcher, r. 157 Shipley 
Bartholdt Amelia, dressmaker, r. 1809 Powell 
Bartholdt Max, driver S. F. Stock Brewery, r. 1809 

Powell 
Bartholdt Minna, domestic 614 Fulton 
Bartholdy Otto A., plumber John Bohn, r. 638 )i Na- 

toma 
Bartholoma John, liquor saloon, NE cor Commercial 

and Battery, r. 1022 Battery 
Bartholome Giuseppe, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Bartholomew Henry G., expressman, r. 2106 Devisa- 

dero 
Bartholow Eugene B., clerk, r. 614 J4 Hayes 
Bartholow Frank M., agent stmr Duncan, 309 Sacra- 
mento, r. Palace Hotel 
Bartholow Wesley E., bookkeeper, r. 514)i Hayes 
Barthrop Edward, steward Industrial School 
Bartiiiio T., laborer, r. 12 Gilbert 
Bartlett Alfred, realestate, r. 2531 California 
Bartlett Alfred J., drayman David L. Farnsworth, r. 

122 Eddy 
Bartlett Annie Miss, r. 900 Van Ness Av 
Bartlett Backus L.,r. 1120 Pine 
Bartlett Charles H., decorator and painter, 318 Post, 

r. 675 Mission 
Bartlett Charles M., painter John J. Cooney, r. 675 

Mission 
Bartlett ColuntbuH, attorney at law, 12 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1131 Ellis 
Bartlett Earl, attorney at law, 36 Montgomery Block, 

r. cor Point Lobos and Fifteenth Av 
Bartlett Edward C. (Fontaua & Bartlett) r. 2510 Cal 
Bartlett Frank A., stairbuilder, r. 919 Post 
Bartlett George C, bookkeeper A. C. Nichols & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Bartlett George G., quartermaster Pacific Mall 88. 

China 
Bartlett Gideon N., agent. 30 Cnlifornia, r. 906 Market 
Bartlett Hazcn W., master mariner, r. 1820 Jessie 
Bartlett Henry E., driver Contra Costs Laundry Assn, 

r. Oakland 
Bavtlett I. C, with Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing 

Co., r. 127 Kearny 
Bartlett J., laborer, r. 321 Paciflo 
Bartlett James, carpenter, r. W 8 Sanchez, bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 



Bartlett Jared, shipcarpenter, r. 312Beale 

Bartlett .Job C, foreman David L. Farnsworth, r. 122 
Eddy 

Bartlett Joseph G., confectioner, r. Sanford Hotel 

Bartlett Lydia J. Mrs., lodfjings, 230 Sixth 

Bartlett Mary A. Mrs., r. 900 Van Ness Av 

Bartlett Nathaniel, flourpackcr National Flour Mills, 
r. 1012 Montgomery 

Bartlett Pliny (Contra Costa Laundry Assn) r. Oak- 
land 

Bartlett Robert B., sergeant at arms Board of Super- 
visors, r. 36 Moss 

Bartlett Thomas, laborer, r. 33 Tehama 

Bartlett Walter A., collector Davis Sewing Machine 
Co., r. 756 Folsom 

Bartlett Ward S., waiter Occidental Hotel, r. Sacra- 
mento House 

Bartlett Washington, attorney at law, 12 Montgomery, 
r. 317 Powell 

Bartlett W. H., proptr San Quentin Schooner freight 
line, 18-22 Drumm 

Bartlett William, engineer tug Frolic, Folsom St. 
Wharf 

Bartlett William C, journalist Evening Bulletin, r. 
Oakland 

Bartlett William S., cashier National Gold Bank and 
Trust Co., r. Oakland 

Bartley George, laborer Pac. Boiling Mill, r. E b 
Louisiana, bet Shasta and Napa * 

Bartley George W., meterman S. F. Gaslight Co., r. 
125 Langton 

Bartley Kate, domestic 932 Mission 

Bartling' Henry, civil engineer and secretary 
Board City Hall Commissioners, office junction 
McAllister and Park Av, r. 24 Glen Park Av 

Bartling William (Bartllng & Kimball) r. Oakland 

Bartling & Kimball (William Bartling and 
Henry Kimball) bookbinders and blank book 
mauufs, 505 Clay 

Bartlow William, porter John Klefer, r. 823 Jackson 

Bartman Antone, carpenter, r. 8 s Birch At, bet Bu- 
chanan and Laguna 

Bartmann Charles, musician, r. 729 Grove 

Bartmann Ferdinand, carpenter, r. 729 Grove 

Bartmann John, millwright, r. 608 Ivy Av 

Bartmann John A., asphaltum roofer, r. 1 Willow, nr 
Folsom 

Bartmann John C, teacher music, r. 729 Grove 

Bartnett Thomas, porter Occidental Hotel, r. 32 Te- 
hama, rear 

Barto Giovanni, laborer Andrew Onderdonk 

Barto Harrison, printer, r. 16 Reed 

Barto Mary, widow, r. 3 Caroline PI 

Bartochi V., vegetable dealer, r. W s Webster, bet 
McAllister and Tyler 

Bartoli John, fruit dealer, SW cor Jackson and Hyde 

Bartolomeo Pascualete, drayman, r. 511 Union 

Bartolomo Jose, milker Antone Emhoft", r. Eighteenth 
Av, bet F and G, South S. F. 

Barton Arthur (Barton & Hale) r. 216 Tyler 

Barton Benjamin F. (B. F. Barton & Co.) r. Alameda 

Barton B. F. <& Co. (Benjamin F. Barton) 
proptrs Pioneer Salt Works and manufs Peerless 
Yeast Powder, 211 and 213 Sacramento 

Barton Charles, actor Baldwin Theater 

Barton Daniel, plasterer, r. 45 Jessie 

Barton David, r. 450 Tehama 

Barton Frank, salesman Martin J. Flavin, r. 618 
Minna 

Barton George, coachman George C. Perkins, 2804 
Howard 

Burton George, engineer, r. 418 Branuan 

Barton George D., laborer, r. 450 Tehama 

Burton George E.. attorney at law, r. 2623 Clay 

Barton Harry F., clerk, r. 2208 Jackson 

Barton Henry F., overseer Cal. Silk Manufacturing 
Co., r. cor Eleventh Av and O, South S. F. 

Barton Hugh, stonecutter lames Henderson, r. N B 
Point Lobos Av,W of Parker 

Barton James, boot and shoemaker, 819 Battery 

Barton John, cook stmr McPherson, Washington St. 
Wharf 

Barton John, president Union Pacific Salt Co., 
216 Sacramento, r. Alameda 

Barton John, waiter Palace Hotel 

Barton Joshua H., r. 638 Howard 

Barton J. S., engineer, r. 418 Brannan 

Barton Julia L. Miss, r. NE cor Center and Carolina 

Barton Phineas W., clerk Fireman's Fund Insurance 
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Barton Richard, milkman, r. 1232 Union 

Barton Robert, r. 720 Brannan 

Barton Robert, mining engineer, 406 Montgomery, 

r. NW cor Jackson and Gough 
Barton Samuel AI., city agent J. J. Desmond & Sons, 

410 California 
Barton S. S., carpenter, r. 454 Minna 
Bai ton Thomas S., clerk Coffin & Hendry, r. 1211 Bush 
Barton W. B., r. Palace Hotel 
Barton Willavd T., assistant secretary S. F. Stock and 

Exchange Board, r. 1011 Pine 
Barton ■VN'illiaui, boxmaker, r. 636 Mission 
Barton William, clerk, r. 2208 Jackson 
Barton William, stevedore, r. 754 Harrison 
Barton William Jr., milkman, r. 1232 Union 
Barton William D., r. 1232 Union 
Barton William H., stock broker, r. 2422 Buchanan 
Barton William W.. salesman B. F. Barton & Co., r. 

2224 Buchanan 
Barton & Hale (ArthurBartou and Horace Hale) horse- 

shoers, 22 Tyler 
Barton. See Burton 
Bartram Charles, laborer Smith, Lucy & Co., r. 2119 

Mason 
Bartram John, salesman H. Friedlander, r. 333 Eddy 
Bartscb Charles, carriagesmith John B. Arfort, r. 207 

Post 
Bartz Charles, tailor, 638?^ Mission 
Baruch Frederick, salesman Hoffman & Co., r. 53554 

O'Farrell 
Baruch Isaac, r. 535 J^ O'Farrell 
Baruch Paulina, midwife, r. 912 Folsom 
Baruch Simon (Honig & Baruch) r. 657 Harrison 
Barut Albert, clerk Justinian Caire, r. 24013^ Taylor 
Barut Augustus, blacksmith James S. Hayes, r. 1401 

Powell 
Barut Raymond (Barut & Bellocq) r. 2401 Ji Taylor 
Barut & Bellocq (Raymond Barut and Alfred Bellocq) 

wines and liqtiors, NW cor Powell and Broadway 
Baruth Ernst F., groceries and liquors, SW cor Post 

and Fillmore 
Baruth Henry, tailor, r. 556 Natoma 
Baruth Peter W., groceries, 2401 Clay 
Barz August, blacksmith and carriagemaker, W s 

Montgomery Av, bet Greenwich and Filbert 
Barzelotte Alberto, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Barzi Caroline, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Barzuglio Guissepe, Italian Benev. Soc 423 Wash 
Basalt Co. The, Frank L. Palmer secretary, 533 

Kearny, room 1 
Basch A., tailor, r. 113 Silver 

Basch Hugo, barber M. Rosenthal, r. 16 Stockton PI 
Basch Louis, manuf and importer gents' fiirnishing 

goods, 206 Kearny, r. 127 Eddy 
Basch Rosa, widow, boarding, 421 Drumm 
Basch. See Bash 

Bascizza Guiseppe, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Bascom Annie Mrs., dre.-'smaker, 115 Geary 
Bascom Henry B., tailor, 115 Geary 
Bascom John, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bascom J. T., conductor Hayes Valley Branch Market 

St. RR. 
Bascombe Annie Miss, r. 32 Turk 
Basford Jacob K., physician, r. 2133 Bush 
Basford .John F., clerk Harry G. Price, r. 435 Jessie 
Basford RaliJhX., druggist, SE cor Bush and Fillmore 
Bash Hyman, tailor, 2 Bryant PI, r. 523 )i Natoma 
Bash. See Basch 
Bashal Frederick, r. 1008 Post 
Bashford Levi, merchant, office 218 Front 
Basilauski Alphonse, fruit and vegetables. Grand 

Western Market, r. 36 Austin 
Baskerville Hubert, r. 745 Tehama 
BaBker\'llle William, seaman, r. 41 Vallejo 
Baskin Mary M., teacher Chinese select school, r. 933 

Sacramento 
Basler George A (Easier & Jewell) r. 29 Pearl 
Easier "Si Jewell (George A. Basler and William S. 

Jewell) paints, oils, glass, etc., 1005 Market 
BasquezEsteban, tailor Joseph Assion, r. 205 Mont 
Bass Eliza Mrs., r. 565 Mission 
Bass I. H., proptr Echo Lodgings, 863 J4 Market 
Bass Salvatora, gardener, W s Mission, nr St. Mary's 

College 
Bass Thomas J. (T. J. Bass & Co.), r. SE cor Noe and 

Fifteenth 
Bass T. J. & Co. (Thomas J. Bass) paints, oils, 

glass, and coachpainters' supplies, 27 Dupont 
Bassart Charles E., master mariner, r. E s Sanchez, 

bet Twenty-ninth and Day 



Bassen Joachim, maltster Albany Brewery, r. 74 Ev- 
erett 
Bassett A., Stonecutters' Pro. Assn., 818 Howard 
Bassett A. C, supt Southern Pac. RE., NE cor Fourth 
*■ and Towusend, room 31, r. 25 South Park 
Bassett C. miner, r. 636 Commercial 
Bassett C. F. & Co. (Charles F. Bassett) commission 

Bassett Charles F. (C. F. Bassett & Co.) r. 1630 W Miss 

Bassett Daniel J., machinist Risdon I. and L. Works 

Bassett Elizabeth, widow, r. b9 Clementina 

Bassett Henry, r. 3:^9 Jessie 

Bassett Henry D., clerk John Kentfleld & Co., r. Oak- 
land 

Bassett James M., proptr Golden Era, 606 Clay, r. Oak- 
land 

Bassett John, longshoreman, r. 22.5 Perry, rear 

Bassett Joseph, produce commission, 221 and 223 Clay, 
r. Fruit Vale, Alameda Co. 

Bassett Madison H., teamster Capitol Mills, r. 235 
Eighth 

Bassett Martin E., collector Oakland Ferry, r. 417 Kear 

Bassett Martin L., carpenter and builder, r. 118 Liberty 

Bassett Rachel, widow, r. 1711 Howard 

Bassett Russell, actor California Theatre, r. St. Da- 
vid's House 

Bassi Caroline, widow, r. 13 Lewis 

Bassi Fulvio, widow, r. 318 Broadway 

Bassi Joseph, r. 616 Post 

Bassi Lewis, boilermaker Moynihan & Altkeu, r. 10 
Lewis 

Bassi Michel, miner, r. 1205 Stockton 

Bassignano Peter, cigars and tobacco, NW cor Sixth 
and Howard, r. 306 Downey 

Bassillio Joseph, engineer Black Diamond Coal Min- 
ing Co. , r. 216 Union 

Bassini Bernard, collector S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 1205 
Union 

Bassity James E., plasterer, r. 113 Jones 

Bassity Mathew F., plasterer, r. 414Ji Fulton 

Bassler Jacob, miner, r. 814 Montgomery 

Basso Stefano, Italian Benev. Society, 423 Washington 

Basson Joseph (Basson & McDonnell) and malster 
Albany Brewery, 71 Everett 

Basson cfe McDonnell (Joseph Basson and John Mc- 
Donnell) dry goods, 2(i02 Mission 

Bast Anthony, architectural draughtsman, r. 112 Val- 
paraiso 

Bast Engelbert, stockbroker, r. 112 Valparaiso 

Bastheim Jo.seph, merchant, r. 1509 Gough 

Bastian Agatha, domestic 1705 Powell 

Bastian Benedict, tailor, r. 7 Quincy PI 

Baston Abuer F., expressman Kohler & Chase, r. 1022 
McAllister 

Baston Joseph G., with Waterhouse & Lester, r. 741 
Market 

Baston J. W., r. 1526 McAllister 

Bataille Albert P. (Bataille & Fleig) r. 1209 Powell 

Bataille & Fleig (Albert P. Bataille and John Fleig) 
liquor saloon, 544 California 

Batavia Marks, barber, 49 Sacramento 

Batavia Philip, barber, 651 Merchant, r. 22 Mary 

Batchelder Henry, r. 114 Austin 

Batchelder Henry L., r. 4 Hopeton Terrace 

Batchelder Hiram, carrier Evening Bulletin, r. 835 
Broadway 

Batchelder J., laborer Presidio Reservation 

Batchelder John, r. 114 Aiistin 

Batchelder John R., carpenter, r. 1053)^ Tyier 

Batchelder Levi L., stevedore, r. 4 Hopeton Terrace 

Batchelder Levi P., letter carrier Post Office, r. 4 
Hopeton Terrace 

Batchelder Nathan P., clerk quartermaster's depart- 
ment U. S. A., r. 1022 Mission 

Batchelder Richard N., major U. S. A., depot quarter- 
master Military Division Pacific, office 36 New 
Montgomery, r. Palace Hotel 

Batchelder Sadie Miss, with Westheimer & Kahn, r. 
250 Fourth 

Batchelder W. H., laborer Presidio Reservation 

Batchelder William H., housemover, r. 114 Austin 

Batchelder William S., clerk White & Bauer, r. i 
Hopeton Terrace 

Batchelder. See Bachelder. 

Bate William H., mechanic Ackerman Bros., r. 211 
Stevenson 

Bateman Francis, groceries and liquors, 62)4 West 
Mission 

Bateman I. C. (estate of) office 318 Pine 

Bateman I. C. Mrs., widow, r. 555 Harrison 



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Bateman Joseph, carpenter, r. 301.5 Laguna 
Batemau Michael C, contractor, r. 1912 Pacific Av 
Bateman W. H., book agent, r. 328 Fell 
Bateman William (.J. Kemp & Co.) r. 16 Rausch 
Batep Alfred, macbinist Union Iron Works, r. 11 Board- 
man 
Bates Alfred, teacher Zeitska's Institute, 922 Post, r. 

1138 Sutter 
Bates Andrew T., attorney at law, 426 California, r. 

Grand Hotel 
Bates Asher B. Mrs., r. 1619 Washington 
Bates Catherine M., widow, r. 764 Harrison 
Bates Cicero M., i)LysiLiau and surgeon, 224 
Kearny, and commissioner of insanity, r. Oakland 
Bates Daniel S., night inspector Custom House, r. 113 

Eleventh 
Bates Dudley C. (S. B. Boswell & Co.) r. 1705 Octavia 
Bates Edward K., liiiuor dealer, r. 112 Eddy 
Bales Edward P., mining, 320 Sansome, r. Buss House 
Batfs Elizabeth, widow, r. 1808 Gough 
Bates Eugene, cashier Crane & Brigham, r. 2214 Fill- 
more 
Bates Frank D., clerk M'ellman, Peck & Co., r. 1705 

Octavia 
Bates George, principal University School, 320 Eddy, 

r. 1808 Gough 
Bates George, seaman Bchr Sycamore, Channel St. 

Wharf 
Bates George A., tinsmith Taylor Goodrich, r. cor 

Stockton and Sutter 
Bates George O., r. Golden Eagle Hotel 
Bates George S., Evening Bulletin editorial rooms, r. 

Oakland 
Bates Herbert F. A. (Thomas D. Bates & Bro.) r. 11 

Geary 
Bates James H., assistant engineer Central Pac. RB., 

r. 22 Geary 
Bates John, seaman schrSycamore. Channel St. Wharf 
Bates John Jr., captain schr Sycamore, Channel St. 

Wharf 
Bates John S., gardener, r- 828 Nineteenth 
Bates Joseph C, attorney at law, 434 California, 

r. 2412 Pine 
Bates Mar.shiill A., cashier W. J. Callingham S Co., r. 

San Rafael, Marin Co. 
Bates Mary, v.idow, r. 2105 Jonos 
Bates Morris S., cashier Williams, Dlmond & Co.,r. 

504 Geary 
Bates Morris V. (Morris U. Bates & Co.) r. 207 Powell 
Bates Morris U. & Co. (Morris U. Bates) publishers 
Daily foramercicl News and Shipping List, 423 
Wasl:ington 
Bates Pi.uliue. widow, r. 460 Minna 
Batis Samuel P., master mariner, r. 1114 Twenty-first 
Bates Tharldeus, salesman West Coast Furniture Co., 

r. 623 Harrison 
Bates Thomas D. (Thomas D. Bates & Bro.) r. 1522 

Market 
Bates Thomas D. & Brother (Thomas D. and Herbert 

F. k.) room letting agency, 11 Geary 
Bates Thomas H. painter Gumpertz i Spamer, r. 

1526 Powell 
Bates William, carpenter, r. 211 Stevenson 
Bates Williaju, contractor, r. 1135 Harrison 
Bates William E., clerk Joseph Bernhard, r. 112 Eddy 
Batllle Louis, laborer, r. SW cor Driimm and Jackson 
Batista Louis, laborer Lick House 
Batkin Henry M., collector A. L. Bancroft & Co., r. 

1104 Misi^ion 
Batseie John, cook G. Wittman & Co., r. 1116 Bryant 
Batt Henry, cigamiaker J. Casner & Co., r. 18 Harriet 
Batt Jacob, merchant, r. 18 Harriet 
Batt Samuel, clerk Charles Blacli, r. 18 Harriet 
Battaglia Giovanni, Italian Benevolent 8oc.,423 Wash 
Battalora A. Mrs., laundress Mme. A. Barbaste, r. 838 

Clay 
Battalora Pittro, glazier, r. 1413 Dupont 
Battams William, salesman W. W. Montague i Co., r. 

Occidental Hotel 
BattfcUe G. E., agent manufacturing jewelers, 110 Sut- 
ter, r. Fruit Vale, Alameda Co. 
Battelle Ernest L., clerk Collin & Mayhew, r. SW cor 

Twenty-third and Harrison 
Batten George, porter J. A. T. Overend, r. SIC Com. 
Batten Louis, laborer A. Wilson, r. Humboldt Lodg- 
ings 
Batten Sampson, stonecutter, r. 8 s California, bet 

Broderick and Baker 
Batten Samuel H., law student Joseph C. Bates, r. 8 8 
California, bet Baker and Broderick 



Batterby Edward, fireman Pacific Mail SS. Colima 
Battei-man Edward, baker Balthasar Stumpf, r. 226 

Pacific 
Battersby Frederick, wagonmaker Patrick Donahue, r. 

10}^ Cleaveland, rear 
Battersby James, watchmaker and .jeweler, 13 Third, 

r. 632 Jessie, bet Seventh and Eighth 
Batterton William, teamster, r. 2411 Jackson 
Battertrem Otto Van. r. Ahlbom House 
Battery Street Bonded Warehouse, George 

C. Bode proptr, SV.' cor Battery and Filbert 
Battery-St. Wbarf, foot Battery 
Batteux Caroline, widow, r. 106 Park Av 
Battiada Giovanni, fisherman, r. SWcor Sansome and 

Greenwich 
Battiada Joseph, fisherman Front-St. Wharf 
Battiada Lulsa, Italian Benevolent Soc. 423 Washing- 
ton 
Battiger Herman, upholsterer, r. 1207 Steiner 
B:ittles Au;justus S., liquor saloon, 214 Dupont 
Battles John, projjtr Kiug-St. House, 103 and 105 King 
Battles Luke, grocer, r. 343^ Clara 
Battles Ward, clerk Magee & Moore, r. 1109 Post 
Battles William W., merchant, r. 1109 Post 
Battleson Martiu O., laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W s 

Mariposa, bet Pennsylvania Av and Mississippi 
Battu Hippolyte Jr., painter, r. 1112 Hyde 
Battu Zoe Mrs., r. 1112 Hyde 
Batturs A. L. Mrs., first assistant matron Protestant 

Orphan Asylum 
Batturs Edward T., deputy County Assessor, r. 405 

Leavenworth 
Batwell Katie, domestic 117 Jones 
Bauch Joseph, waiter Gustavus Pope, r. 551 First 
Bauch Peter G.. ship and custom house broker, 500 

Battery, r. 71U Union 
Bauchant Julia A., widow, r. 2430 Sacramento 
Bauchow Bernard, vegetable gardener, SE cor Presidio 

Reservation 
Baud Frank, proptr Hayes Valley Brass Works, 522 

Fulton 
Baud Henry F., insurance agent, r. 1730 Eddy 
Baud Louis, bootmaker Charles Dietle, r. 317 First 
Baude Alice, domestic 910 Lombard 
Baudoin Louis, laborer Louis Sloss & Co., r. 651 Third 
Bauer Abraham (Bauer, Tobriner & Co.) r. Paris 
Bauer Adolph C. (Biedermann & Eauer) r. 611 Natoma 
Bauer Alexander, butcher, r. 108 Twenty-fifth 
Bauer Brothers (John and Louis) cutlers and tool- 
makers, 654 Mission 
Bauer Charles, policeman City Hall, r. 721 Jv Clem 
Bauer Charles, storekeeper What Cheer House Restau- 
rant, r. 531 Sacramento 
Bauer Charles, milk ranch, N s Montgomery Av, bet 

Franci-'co and Bay 
Bauer Charles F., carpenter, r. 611 Natoma \ 
Bauer Charles G., driver J. Gundlach & CoV^. 622 

Lombard 
Bauer Eiuil E., 

Alemany 
Bauer Eniile, manager S. F. News Co 

ington, r. 1838 Geary 
Bauer F., widow, r. 1143 Mission 
Bauer Frederick, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 
Bauer Frederick C, druggist John A. Bauer, r. 509 

Post 
Bauer George, barber, r. 212 Gough 
Bauer George, liquor saloon, 2208 Powell 
Bauer Guslav A., proptr Cincinnati Brewery, SW cor 

Fulton and Lyon 
Bauer Henry C, boxmaker Max Waizman, r. 611 

Natoma 
Bauer Jacob, baker, r. 1318 Kearny 
Bauer J. C. & Co. (J. Christian Bauer) Importers 

hops, corks and brewers' stock, 632 Sacramento 
Bauer J. Christian (J. 0. Bauer h Co.) r. 519 Frank- 
lin 
Bauer John, r. 23 Everett * 

Bauer John (Bauer Brothers) r. 654 Mission 
Bauer John, proptr Tivoll Brewery, E s Fillmore, 

bet Waller and Germauia 
Bauer John A., manufacturing chemist and drug- 
gist, 101 Post, r. 509 Post 
Bauer John F., farmer, r. San Miguel Station 
Bauer John J., cabinetmaker, r. San Miguel Station 
Bauer Joseph, capitalist, r. 1042 Folsom 
Bauer Joseph, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 114 

Langton, rear 
Bauer Josie Miss, r. 1838 Geary 
Bauer L. B., r. 5)4 Dupont 



laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 7 



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I MArnnKiniinU importer of and D^AiiER in coal and pig iron, 

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Bauer Leonhardt, cabinetmaker Edward Eibn, r. Wi 

Gilbert 
Bauer Leopold, milk dealer, r. S a Green, bet Frank- 
lin and Gough 
Bauer Louis (Bauer Brothers) r. Go! Mission 
Bauer Louis, salesman Oriental Tea Co., r. 564)^ 

Natoma 
Bauer Margaret, widow, r. 624 Green 
Bauer Martin, lampmaker Emile Boesch, r. 569 Miss 
Bauer Moses, salesman Bauer, Tobriner & Co., r. 13U7 

Gough 
Bauer Pauline, domestic 317 Larkin 
Bauer Peter, capitalist, r. 1;J21)^ Siockton 
Bauer Samuel, proptr Western White Goods 

Manufacturing Co., 547 Market, r. 1307 Gough 
Bauer Simon, packer, r. 2t Rausch 
Bauer, Tobriner ^ Co. (Abraham Bauer and 
Matthew Tobriner) iiai)orter8 and wholesale 
dealers fancy goods, laces, embroideries and Vic- 
toria zephyr, 547 Market 
Bauer William H., upholsterer, r. 1517 California, rear 
Bauer. See Uaur and Bower 

Bauerle Charles, waiter Johnson k Olsen, r. Oakland 
Bauerman Fred., driver Henry Schwerin, r. County 

I^ine, bet Mission and San Bruno Roads 
Bauerman John, milker Henry Schwerin, r. County 

Line, bet Mission and San Bruno Road 
Bauersfeld Frederick, woodturner, r. 1070 Bryant, 

rear 
Baugh Josephine Miss, r. 106 Mason 
Baugh Theodore E., r. 44 Sixth 
Bauliof Charles, baker J . Schulz & Co., r. 643 Clay 
Bauldry George F., captain ship Helen Mar, Vallejo 

Street Wharf 
Baulsir Nimrod, pump and blockmaker, r. 1332 Wash 
Baum Charles, consul Argentine Republic, 510 Battery 
Baum David A., canvasser Liverpool and London and 

Globe Insurance Co., r. 310 Kearny 
Baum Grustave, importer and dealer furniture, 
bedding, cari^ets, oilcloths, matting and up- 
holstery goods, 1132 Market, r. 1715 Larkin 
Baum Hj-man, uphoLsterer Gustave Baum, r. 1713 

Larkin 
Baum J. & Co. (Julius Baum and Henry Shrler) 
importers and manufs clothing, 7 and 9 Saueome 
Baum John T., lifjuor saloon, NE cor Cal. and Walnut 
Baum Julius (J. Baum & Co.) r. Ill Van Ness Av 
Baum Reinhold, bartender William Baum, r. 101 

Powell 
Baum Simon (Mansfield & Co.) r. 401 Van Ness Av 
Baum WilJiam, proptr Florence Saloon, 101 

Powell, r. 22 Anna 
Bauman A. (Liesch & Bauman) r. 245 Fourth 
Bauman Charles, chairmaker, r. 4 Lewis 
Bauman Ferdinand, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont 
Bauman George, tailor, r. 1620 Stockton 
Bauman John, milkman, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Bauman Solomon, merchant, r. 5Ji Garden 
Baumann Bertha Mrs., fortune teller, r. 119)^0'Far- 

rell 
Baumann John, musician, r. 707 McAllister 
Baumann John D., student Barnard's Business Col- 
lege, r. 707 McAllister 
Baumann Joseph, cooper Michelssen, Brown & Co., r. 

540 Ninth 
Baumann Philip, confectioner Schroth & Westerfeld, 

r. 1308 Mission 
Baumann Robert, tanner Christian Hellwig, r. E e 
Gunhisou Av, bet Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth, B. H. 
Baumann Sigmuud, salesman Levi Strauss & Co., r. 

309 Powell 
Baumann. See Bowman 
Baumberger James, bookkeeper Breeze & Loughran, 

r. 1328 Tyler 
Baumeister August, r. 637 Pacific 

Baumeister Charles, foreman John Horsner, r. Chan- 
nel, bet Fourteenth and Fifteenth 
Baumeister Heuriette, widow, r. 1 August Alley 
Baumeister John, tailor, r. 628 Locust Av 
Baumeister Joseph, cabinetmaker, r. 56 Shipley 
Baumer Joseph, shoemaker Gilbert Pringle, r. 1323 M 

Natoma 
Baumgardner Etta M. Mrs., vice-principal Denman 

Grammar School, r. 711 Leavenworth 
Baumgardner Jacob, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Baumgardner Jacob, milker J. A. Shepston, r. San 

Miguel Station 
Baumgardner Johannes, r. Helvetia Hotel 
Bavungarduer Sylvester J., broker, r. 711 Leav 



Baum^ifarten A. «!tf Co. (Anton Bauragarten and 
Joseph Baumgarten) importers cloth, tailors' 
trimmings, etc., 7 Montgomery 
Baumgarten Anton (A. Baumgarten & Co.) r. 21 

Dupont 
Baumgarten Francis M., chemist Cal. Sugar Refinery, 

r. 179 Sixteenth 
Baumgarten Joseph (A. Baumgarten & Co.) r. 1004 

Van Ness Av 
Baumgarten Joseph, shoemaker, 426 Fourth, r. 109 

Tehama 
Baumgartner John, clerk G. Leipnitz & Co., r. Ahl- 

born House 
Baumgartner Peter, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont. 
Baumgartner Valentine (Baumgartner & Bohls) r. 137 

Thirteenth 
Baumgartner k Bohls (Valentine Baumgartner and 
John H. Bohls) tobacco factory, 230 and 2.32 Four- 
teenth 
Bauml W. S., Cigar Makers' Assn., 771 Market 
Baumm Otto, r. 366 Natoma 
Baun Jasper, groceries and liquors, 915 Eighteenth 

^r Castro 
Baur Conrad, molder, .^tna Iron Works, r. SW cor 

Howard and Beale 
Baur Otto, salesman Michalitschke Bros., r. 1621 Clay 
Baurhyte Isaac, engineer, r. 22 (^ Bluxome 
Baurhyte William, stockbroker, r. 2510 California 
Baurnique Charles, laborer Gailhard Hotel 
Bausch John F. A., chicken-ranch, SE cor Utah and 

El Dorado 
Bausman Harry D., clerk William W. Bausman, r. 552 

Minna 
Bausman William, journalist Morning Call, r. 552 

Minna 
Bau!<man William IV., mining secretary, 409 

California, r. Palace Hotel 
Bautz Leo'i, bottler Pioneer Soda Works, r. N s Ger- 

mania nr Webster 
Bauxis Jean, bakery and confectionery, 911 Pacific, r. 

909 Pacific 
Bavaria Brew'ery, Phillip Frauenholz proptr., E s 

Montgomery Av, bet Vallejo and Green 
Bawden Samuel, blacksmith, 64 First 
Baxter Charles E. A., mining, r. 923 Tyler 
Baxter Charles G., clerk Bennett .*t Jones, r. 709 Jones 
Baxter David F., stage proptr, r. 1145 Mission 
Baxter Edward H. (Crane & Brigham) r. 1109 Howard 
Baxter Edward N., student, r. 114.5 Mission 
Baxter Ellen Miss, machine operator Jory Bros., r. 17 

Harrison Av 
Baxter Frank C. (Baxter & Blank) r. 711 Post 
Baxter Ha^vley W., manager Mercantile Collec- 
tion Bureau, 216 Sausome, r. Oakland 
Baxter Henry, laborer Phillip ('aduc, r. Ss Berry, bet 

Fifth and Sixth 
Baxter J., laborer Bisdonl. and L. Works 
Baxter James, baker, r. 54 First 
Baxter James, engineer, r. 61 yi Shipley 
Baxter John, laborer, r. 322 Third 
Baxter John, painter F. L. Gilman, r. 937 Mission 
Baxter Joseph, seaman ship Helen Mar, Vallejo St. 

Wharf 
Baxter Joseph P., policeman City Hall, r. 917 Filbert 
Baxter Lydia L., widow, r. 1109 Howard 
Baxter Mary, widow, r. 306 Downey 
Baxter Mary, domestic 802 McAllister 
Baxter M. G. Miss, saleslady J. J. Cook 
Baxter N. E. Mrs., lodgings, 1145 Mission 
Baxter Patrick, laborer, r. 17 llarrison Av 
Baxter Thomas, porter F. Foley & Co., r. 17 Harri- 
son Av 
Baxter William S., bookkeeper Redington & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Baxter <S£ Blank (Frank C. Baxter and Louis 

Blank) Excelsior Portrait Co., 832 Market 
Bay and Coast Railroad Company, A. E. 

Davis president, office 20 and 21 Nevada Block 
Bay and Coast Telegrapli Company, A. E. 

Davis presifient,. office 20 and 21 Nevada Block 
Bay and River Line Schooners, estate of Jerome B. 
Piper proptr, Francis M. Stevens manager, 7 Clay 
Bay City Insurance Co., 442 California 
Bay City Market, 1134-1146 Market 
Bay City Oyster Co. (L. H. Rhoades, William 
Mills, A. L. Bush, F. H. Crafts and W. J. John- 
son) wholesale oyster dealers, 72 California 
Market 
Bay City Soda Water Co., John Grennan manager, 110 
and 112 Tyler 



I nilNni APM ki rCi Growers of and Dealers m FINE WINES. 

Jt VJIUIlUL-r\Vyll VX \J\J* Corner Market and Second Streets. 



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WHOLESALE 

No. T3 California Market, 

SAN FBANCISCO. 

W. J. JOHNSON, ASEN T. 

Bay DiBtrict Fair Grounds, bet A and C and First and 
Sixth Avs, nr Golden Gate Park 

Bay District Fair Grounds Hotel, James R. Dickey 
proptr, Siith Av, nr Fulton 

Bay Soap and Candle Works, Lavenson, Winter & Co. 
proptrs, factory M, bet Sixth and Seventh Avs, 
South S. F, office i;nd warehouse 119 and 121 Front 

Bay State Dairy, Charlt s M. Hawes proptr, SW 
cor Napa and Connecticut 

Bay State Oyster House, Siebold & Eul proptrs, 7 
Stockton 

Bay State Silver Mining Co. Lincoln Co., Nev. J. W. 
Pew secretary, 310 Pine , 

Bay View Chemical Works, John Horstmann proptr, 
manufs of sal soda, office 700 Bush 

Bay View Distillery, cor Eighteenth Avand H, South 
S. F. 

Bay View House, Frank P. McClennan proptr, Rail- 
road Av, bet Twenty.fourtU and Twenty-fifth Avs, 
South S. F. 

Bay View Tallow Works, Milly Brotbers proptrs, cor 
Twenty-seventh Av and G,Bay View, South S. F., 
office 562 Brannan 

Bay W^arehouse, T. F. Carvell proptr, W s Sansome, 
bet Lombard and Greenwich 

Bayer Julius F., bottled beer, 8 Heron, r. 389 Eighth 

Bayerque J. B. Mrs., widow, r. 819 Mission 

Bayle John, tripe etc., 7 Califoruia Market, r. 
Fifth Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 

Bayless Charles H., draftsman William H. Baylees, 
r. 2216 Mission 

Bayless Joseph A., draftsman Dewey & Co., r. 2216 
Mission 

Bayless William H., architect, 106 Leidesdorfif, r. 2216 
Mission 

Bayley Alfred H., bartender Charles A. Bayley, r. 630 
Green 

Bayley diaries A., liquor saloon, 659 Clay, r. 
630 Grten 

Bayley Ch.^rles Hunter, merchant, r. 630 Green 

Bayley George B., clerk Nevada Bank of San Francis- 
co, r. Oakland 

Bayley George H., clerk, r. 20 Jesfiie, bet Seventh and 
Eighth 

Bayley Thomas, driver, r. 323 Washington 

Bayley William, r. 30 Clay 

Bayley William, driver, r. 323 Washington 

Bayley. See Bailey and Bailly 

Bayly Charles A., apothecary and Supervisor Tenth 
Ward, SE cor Howard and Sixth 

Bayly George, master marintr, r. 65 West Mission 

Bayma Joseph Rev., professor mathematics St. Igna- 
tius College, 214 Hayea 

Baymas AuguKto, grocer, r. 6J4 St. Charles PI 

Bayrcuther Gustave, collector, r. 1810 Webster 

Bays Charles H., rougher Pac. Rolling Mill, r. BE 
cor Minnesota and Mariposa 

Bays Heinrich, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Bays John, contractor, r. 113 Wildey 

Bazan Ferdinand, physician and proptr Mission Baths, 
office and r. 10;53 Misfilou 

Baziadoly August G., waiter, r. 626 California 

Bazile MMus, painter, r. 421 Green 

Bazus J., bookkeeper Califoruia Hotel, 210 Mont Av 

Bazzuro Frank, restaurant, 105 Pacific 

Be Basson John, fruits, SE cor Sacramento and Mont- 
gomery, r. Capital House 

Be Dell William, general agent Lake Shore, Michi- 
gan Southern, and Michigan Central Railroads, 22 
Montgomery, r. 918 Van Ness Av 

Beach Anson B., drayman, r. 216 Austin 

Beach Charles D., collector H. P. Wakelee Ac Co., r. 
607 Hyde 

Beach Chilion, books and stationery, 107 Montgom- 
ery, r. 634 Bush 

Beach C. W., secretary Cal. Paiat Co., 27 Stevenson, 
r. Oakland 

Beach Henry H., accountant Wellman, Peck k Co., r. 
Oakland 

Beach Horace, cashier U. 8. Mint, r. 601 Geary 



565 



Beach J. E. Miss, r. 743 Howard 

Beach John, bartender Boyle & Co., r. 705 Market 

Beach L. B. Mrs., widow, r. 207 Linden Av 

Beach Louis N., waiter, r. 49 Natoma 

Beach L. W., waiter Smith & Taylor 

Beach Tyler, president Cal. Paint Co., 27 Steven- 
son, r. San Jose 

Beach & Paxton Gold and Silver Mining Co. (Storey 
Co., Nev.) Butler Burris secretary, 2 Nevada Block 

Beadeu John, second mate schr C. H. Merchant, 
Beale St. Wharf 

Header Manuel, longshoreman, r. W s Sansome, bet 
Filbert and Greenwich, rear 

Beadle Alfred, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Beadle Arthur, seaman schr Jessie Nickersoa^^r. 
North Pacific Hotel 8 «»~— ^ 

Beadle Donald, lumber dealer, 
4% r. Alameda 

Beadle William, steward, r. 117 Drumm 

Beadon Samuel, teamster, r.l3 Page 

Beahan Patrick, teamster Woodward's Gardens, r. 
134 Dolores 

Beahm fieorgiana Miss, with Mrs. A. Coughlan, r. 919 
Market 

Beahm Margery Miss, with Mi-s. A. Coughlan, r. 919 
Market 

Beakley Absalom, caneworker, r. 6 Mills PI 

Beal Samuel, manuf mattresses, 49-53 Second, r. 
2526 Clay 

Beal William A., hardware, 1252 Market 

Beale David, laundry 701 Howard, r. 251 Tehama 

Beale Florence Miss, teacher piano, r. 546 Minna 

Beale John J., engineer Eureka Hair Factory, r. 
Natoma . , 

Beale Olive Mrs., teacher, r. 546 Minna 

Beale Street Warehouse, John McHugh proptr, cor 
Beale and Bryant 

Beale Street Wharf, foot Beale 

Beale William, rigger, r. 555 Natoma 

Beale. See Beal, Beall and Beel 

Beales Isaiah W. R., manager Sander's Hotel, 823 Bat- 
tery 

Beales Joseph, steward stmr Newbern, Folsom St. 
Wharf 

Be»les William, livery stable keeper, r. Park Hotel 

Beall R. B., fruits and vegetables, 612 Laguna 

Beals Alida E. Miss, teacher, r. 1906 Polk 

Beals Caroline R., widow, vice-principal Girls' High 
School, r. 1314 Jones 

B^als Charles W., foreman pressroom John H. Car- 
many & Co., r. 810 Filbert 

Beals Edward C, woodcarver. r. 1906 Polk 

Beals Edward Channing, clerk Williams, Dimoud b 
Co.. r. 2407 Sacramento 

Beals Eliza C, widow, r. 1900 Polk 

Beals Henry Channing. editor Commercial Herald and 
Market Review, 409 Washington, r. 2101 California 

Beals John P., music printer and engraver Mutthias 
Gray, r. 115 St. Ann's Building 

Beals Rosa Mrs., r. 1017 Sutter 

Beam I. Willard, salesman Cal. Wire Works Co., r. 
Oakland 

Beaman Henry, foreman Hercules Powder Works, 
Central Road, nr Fourth Av 

Beaman Joseph H., clerk Matthias Gray, r. cor Kearny 
and Lombard 

Beaman Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 28 Moss 

Beamish George, butcher, r. SW cor Seventh and Rail- 
road AvH, South S. F. 

Beamish John, bootmaker George Burkhardt, r. 716 
Grove 

Beamish Percy, gents' furnishing goods and shirt 
manuf, 693 Market and 1 Third, r. 2130 Howard 

Beamish. See Bemis and Bemus 

Bean Benjamin F., musician, r. '20 Jessie 

Bean Charles, Ship Calki rs' Assu, Barra's Hall, NW 
cor First and Minna 

Bean David F.. porter Haas Brothers, r. E s Hartford, 
bet Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Bean Edwin F., deputy collector U. S. Internal Reve- 
nue, r. 1039 Market 

Bean Elizabeth C, widow, r. 1520 Broadway 

Bean Eugene H. (Christian & Bean) r. 765 Market 

Bean Frank, machine operator Porter, Oppenhelmer, 

SlesKiuger & Co., r 20 Jessie 
Bean George W., seaman, r. 1520 Broadway 
Bean Hannah Mrs., r. 332 Tenth 
Bean Henry, stevedore Samuel H. Harmon, r. Pier 13, 

Steuart 
Bean James M., mining, r. lih Mason 



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Beau Josejih, locksmith, r. 1216 Pierce 

Beau Bedmoud, stevedore, r. 029 Second 

Bean Wesley P., upholsterer Cal. Furniture Manuf. 

Co.; r. NE.cor Natoma and Eleventh 
Bean William, porter Marco Vulicovicii, r. 332 Tenth 
Bean William F., r. Commercial Hotel 
• Hean William M., ijaioter, r.W s Noe, bet Fourteenth 
and Henry 
:;ean William M. Mrs., machine operator Baumgart- 
ner & Bohls, r. W s Noe, bet Fourteenth and 
Henry 
liean. See Bien and McBean 
Heane Emma H. Miss, teacher, r. 1014 Geary 
^oane Joseph W., carpenter Cal. Planing Mills, r. 7^0 

Capp 
I loanston George, secretary Board of Education, of- 
fice new City Hall, third tloor, r. 317 Hyde 
S anston Jeanette, widow, r. 1316 Webster 
;;-anston Peter (Beauston & Qrallagher) r. 13 HoUis 
leauston & Gallagher (Peter Beanston and Patrick 

Gallagher) carriage manufs, 127 Fifth 
ear Jacob, teamster Charles F. Wagner, r. cor N 

and Seventh Av, South S. F. 
;ear Solomon, stockbroker, 140 Montgomery, r. 1711 

Stockton 
t^ar. See Baer, Baehr, Bahr and Bare 
:iard Alfred, printer, 1715 Polk, r. 17153^ Polk 
•eard Annie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1715 J^ Polk 
.cai'd George, longshoreman, r. N s Greenwich, bQt 

Sansomo and Montgomery 
eard John, boilermake;-, r. 133 Townsend 
eard John H., capitalist, r. Grand Hotel 
CeiLvd William H., fruit and vegetables. 4293^ Fourth 
jLieardon Patrick B., carpenter, r. Eleventh Av, bet P 

and Q, Sotfth S. F. 
Beardslee Cyrus W.. carpenter, r. 436 Union 
Beardslee Mattie A., widow, r. 1301 Taylor 
Beardsley Emma F. Miss, assistant Haight St. School, 

r. 631 Geary 
Beardsley Irving W., with Cutting Packing Co., r. 

NW corner Mission and Main 
Beardsley James, engineer, r. 319 Franklin 
Beardsley John, butcher, r. NW cor Miss, and Main 
Beardsley Josephia Mrs., r. 631 Geary 
Beardsley Paul, mining, r. 214 Powell 
Bearer Gertie E., domestic 416 Capp 
Bearing Rebecca, domestic laOO Laguna 
Bearman Arthur, bookkeeper, r. 130 Guerrero 
Bearman John, barkeeper, r. 8 Hubbard 
Bearse Albree N., cook tug Wizard 
Bearwald Jacob, printer Edward Bosqui & Co., r. 922 

Minna 
Bearwald John, brewer, r. 922 Minna 
Bearwald Marks, shoecutter Joseph Lucier, r. 922 

Minna 
Beasey Ellen Mrs., r. 1142 Market 
Beasey William, painter, 516 Geary, r. 240 Minna 
BeasleyE. C. teacher University School, r. Sauceiito 
Beasley Mary, widow, r. 401 Bay 
Beatie Walter C, clerk Dewey & Co., r. 511 O'Farrell 
Beaton Angus, ship carpenter Middlemas & Boole, 

r. 212 Hermann 
Beaton John J., ship carpenter, r. 640 Stevenson 
Beaton Norman, capitalist, r. 103 Buchanan 
Beaton Samuel, teamster, r. 8J<s Potter 
Beattie Emily, widow, varieties, 514 Second 
Beattie James W., laborer, r. 83^ Sherwood Place 
Beattie William, cler< Keyt & Co., r. 1215 Pacific 
Beatty Annie, domestic 825 Guerrero 
Beatty Charles, blacksmith Thomas Ford, r. 225 Ful- 
ton, rear 
Beatty Christopher, i^orter Wheeler & Wilson Manuf 

Co., r. 305 Minna 
Beatty Elizabeth, widow, r. 225 Fulton, rear 
Beatty George, r. Sacramento House 
Beatty George, waiter The Baldwin, r. 359 Minna 
Beatty Henry W., stevedore Menzies, Bingham & Co., 

r.-E B Billings Place, near Filbert 
Beatty James, hidecurer, teamster, and agent Butch- 
ers' Protective Assn, NE cor Seventh Av and N, r. 
NE s Tenth Av, bet M and Railroad Av, South S. F. 
Beatty John, gardener. Industrial School 
Beatty John, hidecurer, r. Tenth Av, near N, South 

S. F. 
Beatty John, policeman City Hall, r. 23 Hermann 
Beatty John, sash and doormaker Albert Washburn, 

r. 360 Minna 
Beatty John C. (Lingley & Beatty) r. 715 Howard 
Beatty Mary, domestic 007 Fell 
Beatty Patrick, upholsterer, r. 531 3^ O'Farrell 



Beatty Rebecca, laundress. Grand Hotel 

Beatty Samuel, bootmaker Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger & Co., r. 343 Jessie 
Beatty W. H., engineer, r. 749 Howard 
Beatty William J., hackman, NW cor Bush and Kear 
Beatty. See Beatie and Beattie 
Beauce Caroline Mrs., dressmaker, 403 Sixth 
Beauohamp George, clerk, r. 107 O'Farrell 
Beaud Louis, shoemaker, r. 317 Bush 
Beaudmont Eugenie, domestic 055 Seventeerith 
Beaugner W. S., Cigarakmers' Assn, 771 Market 
Beaugrand — — , lauudryman, r. 1318 Dupont 
Beauharnais Eugene, pressman, r. 1206 Stockton 
Beauharnais Sarah A., widow, r. 1206 Stockton 
Beaujardin Theodore Q., teacher music, r. 823 Bdwy 
Beauman Louis W.. commission merchant, r. 713 >i 

Union 
Beaumont E. A. Miss, seamstress Protestant Orphan 

Asylum 
Beaumont Thomas, porter John F. Carroll, r. 54 Sac, 
Beaup John M., butcher, r. cor Sixth and BailroaA 

Avs., South S. F. 
Beauregard Ella Miss, dressmaker Mrs. R. Shear, r. 

29 Garden 
Beauregard Napoleon, machinist, r. 29 Garden 
Beaven David B., fish dealer, 36 Mission Market, r. 

233 Sixteenth 
Beaven. See Bevan 
Beaver Consolidated Mill and Mining Co. (Sierra Co., 

Cal.) Otto Metchke secretary, 328 Mont, room 20 
Beaver George L., attorney at law, 16 S. F. Stock Ex- 
change Bldg, r. 1300 Taylor 
Beaver George W., capitalist, 414 California, r. 1300 

Taylor 
Beaver Henry, janitor S. F. Stock and Exchange 

Board, r. 109 Hayes 
Beaver Marion Mrs., bakery, 109 Hayes 
Beaver Samuel E., receiving teller Bank of Califor- 
nia, r. IIH Dupont 
Beaver. See Bever 
Beazley Frank C, cashier Balfour, Guthrie jt Co., t. 

700 Post 
Beban Rocco, restaurant, SE cor Dupont and Bdwy, r. 

1504 Powell 
Bee Bartholomew, real estate, r. 1407 Stockton 
Bee Pascal, saw filer, r. 5 Vallejo 
Becamilli A. F., waiter Garibaldi House 
Bech August, helper Calvin Nutting & Son, r. 30 Du- 
pont 
Bech. See Beck 

Bechdvedt Isaac, carpenter, 803 Buchanan 
Becher Charles, brewer, r. 724 Laguna 
Becher Henry, cook Buss House, r. i>22 Ash Av 
Becher Lizzie Miss, milliner David Braid, r. 622 Ash 

Av 
Becherer Charles, maltster National Brewery, r. 724 

Laguna 
Bechler Gertrude, widow, r. 1845 Stevenson 
Bechler Joseph H., salesman Capitol Mills, r. 184S 

Stevenson 
Bechler William, millhand Capitol Mills, r.5 Mint Av 
Bechley Philip, teamster U. S. Brewery, r. 5 Oak 
Beohold Michael, carpenter, r. 109 Oak 
Bechster Ellen, widow, r. 1325 Washington 
Becht George J., soda ax^paratus and druggists' sun- 
dries, 319 Battery, r. 532 Ellis 
Bechtel Charles, bartender Charles Flelschel, r. 624 

Fourth 
Bechtel Consolidated Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 

Cal.) W. H. Lent secretary, 62 Nevada Block 
Bechtel Frederick K., mining, r. 1828 Eddy 
Bechtel Max, r. 217 Geary 
Bechtinger Giuseppe, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 

Broadway 
Becic D. C, waiter Matthew Franciscovlch, r. 163 

Stevenson 
Becir L. A., Austrian Military and Benev. Assn, 771 

Market 
Beck A. C. & Co. (Albert C. and Charles Beck)butch- 

ers. 4 and 5 Hayes Valley Market 
Beck Adam, butcher Jacob Beck, r. 380 3<i Fulton 
Beck Albert C. (A. C. Beck & Co.) and photographer 

Peters k Sewell, r. 015 Laguna 
Beck Amanda Miss, cigarmaker William Lewis & Co., 

r. 134 Folsom 
Beck Andrew, longshoreman, r. 8 St. Charles PI 
Beck Anthony H., musician, r. 106 Fourteenth 
Beck August, gun and locksmith, 510 Broadway 
Beck Bernard, laborer, r.407 Pacific 
Beck Charles (A. C. Beck & Co.) r. 615 Laguna 



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Beck David L.(D. L. Beck & Son) r. 18 Stanly PI 
Beck David L. Jr.(D. L. Beck «: Son) r. 18 Stanlj' PI 
Beck D. L. & Son (David L. and David L. Jr.) brokers, 

221-225 Front 
Beck E. F., driver Market St. ER. 
Beck Eugene B. (Jones & Co.) r. Oakland 
Beck Francis E., accountant Anglo-Calif omian Bank, 

r. 113 Taylor 
Beck Frederick, tinsmith, r. 134 Folsom, rear 
Beck George (Beck & Homiing) r. 2015 Folsom 
Beck George F., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 22 

Natoma 
Beck George H., tanner, r. NE cor Treat Av and 

Twenty-fourth 
Beck George P., waiter Schroth & Westerfeld, r. 228 

Kearny 
Beck Henry, captain schr John Frederick, Humboldt 

Wharf 
Beck Henry, hog dealer, r. Twenty-ninth Av, nr San 

Bruno Road, South S. F. 
Beck Henry, shot-maker, r. 518 Jessie 
Beck Henry, tiinner lloritz Wind, r. NE cor Treat Av 

and Twenty-fourth 
Beck Henry S., plasterer and whitener, 208 Sutter, r. 

1127 Harrison 
Beck Jacob, market, 603 McAllister, r. 318k Fulton 
Beck John C., captain schooner Seventy-six, Eureka 

Dock 
Beck John L., horseshoer Thomas Mclnarny, r. cor 

Twenty-fourth and Treat Av 
Beck Ludwig, city agent Butler & Haldau, 413 Cali- 
fornia, r. Alameda 
Beck Mary Miss, fuseniaker California Fuse Works 
Beck Nathaniel A., tanner, r. 2315 Howard 
Beck Eelnhold, confectioner Tschurr & Dingeon, r. 

772 Harrison 
Beck Robert, r. 227 Geary 

Beck Robert, porter Henry W. Stable, r. 911 Sac 
Beck Sophie, widow, r. 39 Hinckley 
Beck Walter F., clearing-house clerk First National 

Gold Bank, r. Oakland 
Beck Williiim, cook Pacific Coast SS. Senator 
Beck William, tinsmith, r. 134 Folsom, rear 
Beck & Hornung (George Beck and Frederick Hor- 

nung) butchers, 9 and 10 Mission Market 
Beck. See Bech 

Beckedortt' George H. C, teamster, r. 40 Rusa 
Becker , teacher classics Sacred Heart College, 8E 

cor Eddy and Larkin 
Becker Al. Mrs., r. 439 Sixth 

Becker Albert, helper William Halkett. r. 1644 Miss 
Becker Anton, laborer Christian Hess, r, ^%i Clem 
Becker August, cabii:etnial:er Gilbi rt& Moore, r. 8 B 

Twenty-tifth, bet Church and Sanchez 
Becker August, seaman, r. 705 Fri nt 
Becker Aii^rust C, coffee saloon, 311 Bush, r. 32 

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BECKER BEMHARD A., reai 

estate and houstbrnkt r, 334 Kearny, r. 9(H Tyler 
Becker BrotherH (Diedrich, John H. and Charles 

H.) groceriHs and liquors, SE cor Sutter and 

Leavenworth, SE cor Sutter and Taylor, SE cor 

Geary and Larkin and SE cor Turk and Larkin 
Becker Carrie Mits, boxmaker A. Waldstein, r. 439 

Sixth 
Becker Casper, manager Charles Rudolph, r. 8W cor 

Ivy Av and Buchanan 
Becker Casper, tanner, San Bruno Road, nr Twenty- 
eighth 
Becker Catherine Mrs., r. 222 Linden Av 
Becker Charles H. (Becker Brothers) r. 8E cor Turk 

and Larkin 
Becker Charles H., machine operator Buckingham 4 

Hecht, r. 519 Vi Hayes 
Becker Christ. C, carpenter, r. New Atlantic Hotel 
Becker Christopher, proptr Eureka Restaurant, 30 

Sixth, r. 103 Twenty-fourth 
Becker Daniel, taunir, r. 608 Sixth 
Becker Diedrich (Becker Brothers) r. SE cor Sutter 

and Leavenworth 
Becker Eliza Mrs., liquor saloon, 908 Kearny, r. 13 

Hinckley 
Becker Frank, butcher, r. Keystone House 
Becker Frank, porter Weil Brothers .s Co., r. 1116 Pac 
Becker Frederick, adjuster The Singer Mauuf. Co., r. 

13 Harlan PI 
Becker Frederick, barber, r. HW Mission 
Becker Frederick, cutter clothing department U. 8. 

A., r. 1646 Mission 



Becker Frederick, waiter Mrs. Eliza Becker, r. 908 

Kearny 
Becker Frederick W., cigars and tobacco. 705 Davie 
Becker George, candymaker. r. 208 Clara 
Becker George, cooper, r. 48.t Haight 
Becker George F., geologist U. S. Geological Survey, 

155 New Montgomery, r. Berkeley 
Becker Georg*? J., liquor saloon and restaurant, 8W 

cor Fourth and Berry 
Becker Hannah, widow, r. .519 V, Hayes 
Becker Henry, r. 27 Oak Grove Av 
Becker Henry (Becker & Jacoby) r. 1411 California 
Becker Henry, butcher, 1664 Mission, r. S s San 

Bruno Road, bet Twenty - seventh and Twenty- 
eighth 
Becker Henry, laborer, r. 527}^ Four'h 
Becker Herman, cook Westerfeld & Page, r. 745 Market 
Becker J.. Cabinetmakers' Union, 912 Market 
Becker John, milkman Christopher Christian, r. E • 

Gunnison Av, nr Twenty-elgh'h, B. H. 
Becker John, clerk Becker Brothers, r. SE cor Geary 

and Larkin 
Becker John H. (Becker Brothers) r. SE cor Sutter 

and Taylor 
Becker Joseph, crockery, 329 Hayes, r. 222 Linden Av 
Becker Joseph W. (Becker k Fischer) r. 1011 Folsom 
Becker Kate, widow, r. 268 Clara 
Becker Louis, baker William He-'sler, r. 717 Pacific 
Becker Louisa, shoeiitter, r. hVi% Hayes 
Becker M. A. Mrs., r. 11 Euss 
Becker M:irtin, baker, r. 415 Union 
Becker Martin H. W., manager Bernard Mever, r. 233 

Fifth 
Becker Michael, bakery, 1323 Dupont 
Becker Micliael R. E. , capitalist, 'Xii. Kearny, i. 

901 Tyler 
Becker Nellie Miss, shoefitter, r. 519 !« Hayes 
Becker Nicholas, jiorter Rothschild & ELreupfort, r. 

NE cor Gough and O'Farrell 
Becker Otto F., pr ptr Prescott House, SWcor 

Kearny and Montgomery Av 
Becker Otto John, cabinetmaker Herrmann Qranz, r. 

2327 Harrison 
Becker Peter (Becker & Ohl) r. 25 Muss 
Becker Tillie Miss, boxmaker A. Waldstein, r. 438 Sixth 
Becker William, groceries and liquors, NW cor Mis- 
sion and Spear 
Becker & Fischer (Joseph W. Becker and George 

Fischer) liquor saloon. 1156 Market 
Becker & Jacoby (Henry Becker and Julius Jacoby) 

dry goods, 14-il Polk 
Becker & Ohl (Peter Becker and Andrew Ohl) liquor 

saloon, 113 Sixth 
Becker. See Bacher, Backer, Baker and Bakker 
Beckert Oscar, waiter Vanoni & Scott, r. 146 Second 
Beckerten Charles, longshoreman, r. Keystone House 
Becktt Henrv E., expressman (Sailors' Home, r. 338 

Main 
Beckett Henry, chainmaker Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W 8 

Georgia, bet Shasta and .sierra, rear 
Beckett William, blacksmith Pac. Rolling Mill, r. W 

s GiOTrlia.bet Sierra and Shasta, rear 
Beckford Georgie, widow, r. 11^31 Jessie 
Beckingham George C, salesman Moore. Hunt & Co., 

r. Victoria, B. C. 
Beckler George, barber H. W. Morgenstem, r. 469 

Minna 
Beckman A\igust, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Beckman Frederick, mate schooner H. L. Tiernan, 

Beale St. Wharf 
Beckman Henry, cook Lick House 
Beckman John, seaman SS. 8au Vicente, r. 47 Sac 
Beckman Robert, seaman Pacitlc Coast 8b. San VI- 

centi. r. Golden Gate House 
Bcckmann Brothers (John and Willielm) groceries 

and liquors, NW cor Greenwich and Taylor and 

SW cor Green and Hyde 
Beckmann Charles, clerk Peter W. Beckmann, r. 1900 

Mission 
Beckmann Claudius, salesman Neubert & Turk, r. 621 

Jones 
Beckmann George, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
Beckmann Henri, clerk Beckmann Bros., r. 1856 Hyde 
Beckmann Herman, clerk William H. Holmes, r. NE 

cor Columbia ,ind Twenty-sixth 
Beckmann Jaccb, r. German Hotel 
Beckmann John (Beckmann Brothers) r. NW cor 

Greenwich and Taylor 
Beckmann John, cellarman Washington Brewery, r. 

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A SPECIALTY. Office, 33 Geary St 



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Beckinann Peter W., groceries, NE cor Mission and 

Fifteenth 
Beckniann Tritch, seaman, r. 129 Folsom 
Beckinann AVilhelm ( Beckmaun Brothers) r. SW cor 

Green and Hyde 
Beckmann. SeeBachman 
Beckwith Addie Miss, artist Kelly & Eunuels, r. 565 

Tehama 
Beckwith Jacob, waiter Edward Ohlen, r. 309 Tehama 
Beckwith James E., driver Wells. Fargo & Co., r. 706 

Bush 
Beckwith John, r. cor Twenty-fourth and Potrero Av 
Beckwith John W., policeman City Hall, r. 565 

Tehama 
Beckwith Seth L., boatbuilder, r. 719 Gough 
Becraft Almarin T., blacksmith, r. 559 Stevenson 
Becsey Joseish A., interpreter French and Spanish, 

Police Court, r. 201 Turk 
Becude Frank G., clerk, r. 2106 Fillmore 
Beda Antonio, cook, r. 1205 Stockton 
Bedarf Ferdinand, longshoreman, r. W s Lyle nr 

St. Mary's College 
Beddencourt Ellen, chambermaid Palace Hotel 
Beddiok Ann, widow, r. 21 Rausch, rear 
Bedell Albert M., hostler F. R. & W. H. Smith, r. 

Russia Av, ur Edinburgh 
Bedell Cemantha Mrs., r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell D. C, bartenaer, r. 711 Nineteenth 
Bedell Edmund D., engineer, r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell Frederick J., driver Antone Raymond, r. W s 

Arkansas, bet Napa and Shasta 
Bedell Jennie Miss, telegraph operator, r. 1933 Geary 
Bedell Joseph, tinsmith Alex Hoy, r. 45 Maiden Lane 
Bedell Merrill, milker F. R. k W. H. Smith, r. Russia 

Av, nr Edinburgh 
Bedell William, machinist coiners' dopt U. S. Mint, 

r. 15 Mission Av 
Bedell. See Be Dell 
Bedinger William, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 

r. 33 Russ 
Bednawski Ale.\ander, civil engineer, 1032 Market 
Bedon John, seaman, r. 238 Steuart 
Bedoni Luigi, housepainter, r. 1505Dui3out 
Bee Emile, tailor, r. 9 August Alley 
Bee Frank M., insurance agent, r. 620 Eddy 
Bee Freclerick A.. Consul China, oflice 917 Clay, 

r. 620 Eddy 
Bee James F.. hardware, 346 Third 
Bee Josei^li, corporal police City Hall, r. 959 Mission 
Bee Samuel, butcher, r. S s Eighth Av, bet M and 

N, South S. F. 
Bee Theodore C, tailor, r. 12;J2 Vallejo 
Bee Theodore C. Jr., aasayer Selby Smelting and 

Lend Works, r. 1232 Yalleio 
Beebe Charles W. ( E. J. Trumbull & Co.) r. Oakland 
Beebe Chauncey, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Beebe Joseph J., compositor S. F. Chronicle, r. 417 

Stockton 
Beebe Lawrence, clerk, r. 1025 Washington 
Beebe Robert, r. 1053 Harrison 

Beebe William S., warehouse foreman Cutting Pack- 
ing Co., r. 135 Sixth 
Beecher Andrew J., carpenter, r. 14 Laskie 
Beecher Herbert F., insurancebroker, 216 Sansome, r. 

737 Pine 
Beeching Robert, agent S. F. Benevolent Assn, 20 

Webb, r. 1016 Taylor 
Beeching Robert A., attorney nt law, 320 Sansome, 

rooms 55 and 56, r. 1016 Taylor 
Beechinor Norman, teamster Renton Coal Co., r. 2 

Burcham PI 
Beecroft Virginia, widow, r. SE cor Utah and Nevada 
Beede Alexander C, salesman John S. Hand, r. 953 

Harrison 
Beede David, clerk Arnheim & Co., r. TS Oak Grove 

Av 
Beede Napoleon B., r. 7 M Oak Grove Av 
Beede William A., bookkeeper A. Bartlett, r. 1 H Oak 

Grove Av 
Beegan James, glassblower 8. F. and Pac. Glass 

Works, r. 26 Bluxome 
Beegan John, salesman Fratinger & Noll, r. 136 Silver 
Beegan John Jr., salesman Fratinger & Noll, r. 136 

Silver 
Beekman Helen C, widow, r. S s Silver Av, nr San 

Bruno Road 
Beel Ann, widow, r. 1027 Dupont 
Beel Henry F., gasfitter, r. 602 Seventh 
Beel William, miner, r. 209 Perry 
Beel. See Beal, Bealo and Beall 



Beeler Mary Miss, teacher Singer Sewing Machine 
Co., r. 623 Howard 

Beeman Mary E., widow, r. 1519 Polk 

Beeman Martha, widow, r. 826 Broadway 

Beeman William, maniif cork trusses and artifi- 
cial limbs, 616 Clay, r. 424 O'Farrell 

Beer Alfred J., carpenter, r. 3 Railroad Av, nr Dolores 

Beer Bernard (Beer & Dubois) r. 1624 Geary 

Beer Henry, r. 118 Gilbert 

Beer John F., sign writer Hopps * Sons, r. 536 Miss. 

Beer & Dubois (Bernard Beer and Elijah Dubois) fruit 
and produce, 224 Washington 

Beer. See also Behr 

Beers Barrett B., dentist, 230 Keamv, rooms 6 and 8, 
r. 535 Post 

Beers Eli F., driver B. M. Atchinson & Co., r. 710 Post 

Beers Hiram W. Rev. D. D., rector Trinity Church, r. 
520 Sutter 

Beerstecher Charles J., attorney at law and railroad 
commissioner, 507 Montgomery, r. 18 Russ 

Beerstecher Frederick, r. 18 Russ 

Beeson Frederick P., drayman Sroufe & McCrum, r. 
123 Oregon 

Beetle John, r. 365 Minna 

Beetz A., conductor Market St. ER. 

Beevan Isaac, porter Jonas Schoenfeld, r. 12 White 

Beevan. See Bevan. 

Beffa Ferdinando, bartender Campi's Eestaurant 

Beggs Ellen, widow, groceries and liquors, 122 Wil- 
liam 

Beggs Emma G. Mrs., widow, r. 1710 Geary 

Beggs Hugh, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. N e Shasta, 
bet Maryland and Louisiana 

Beggs Jonathan, landscape gardener and dealer 
grasses, r. 1055 Mission 

Beggs Samuel C, first assistant engineer Pacific Mail 
SS. Colima, r. 413 First 

Beggs William, painter S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 122 
William 

Begley James E.. hookkeeper U. W. Soap Manufactur- 
ing Co.,r. 25 Nevada 

Begley John, laborer, r. 25 Nevada, rear 

Begley John, shoemaker Porter, Oppenheimer, Sles- 
siuger k Co., r. 21 Telegraph PI 

Begley John Jr., laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. 25 Ne- 
vada, rear 

Begley Michael, niolder, r. S s Seventeenth, bet Dia- 
mond and Sharon 

Begley Peter, laborer, r. 34 Frederick 

Begley. See Bagley. 

Begon Lewis, mine superintendent, r. 819 Mont. 

Beguelin Fanny V., widow, r. 1517 H Leavenworth 

Beguhl Adolph F., painter, r. NE cor California Av 
and Montcalm, B, H. 

Beguhl David, fresco painter, r. N s Twenty-fourth, 
bet Valencia and Bartlett 

Beguhl Ida Miss, milliner Airs. S. Marks, r. Twenty- 
fourth, bet Valencia and Bartlett 

Beguhl Ricka, nurse, 1005 Geary 

Behaghel .Alexander, attorney at law, 646 Washington, 
r. 500 Fell 

Beban Charles T., salesman W. K. Vanderslice & Co., 
r. 227 Geary 

Behau Edward, brushmaker Richard W. Simpson, r. 
907 Folsom 

Behsm Edward, laborer, r. N 8 Islais Creek, nr San 
Bruno Road 

Behan Fenton, r. 742 Minna 

Behan Frank, brushmaker R. W. Simpson, r. 907 Fol 

Behan George H., salesman Koehler k Eitter, r. 227 
Geary 

Behau James, painter, r. 206 Twenty-third 

Behan John, butcher Edward Daly, r. NE cor Six- 
teenth and Dolores 

Behan M., teamster Superintendent of Streets 

Behan Maurice, r. 811 Greenwich 

Behan William, salesman Kennedy & Durr. r. 908 
Howard 

Behan William J., manufs agent, 230 Kearny, room 1 

Behder Louis, porter Peter H. Hink, r. 2 Montgom- 
ery Av 

Behler Louis, baker, r. 121 Fourth 

Behlow Charles J. (H. Liebes & Co.) r. 1807 Octavia 

Behlow Emil R., furrier H. Liebes & Co., r. 1807 Oc- 
tavia 

Behlow John, r. 627 Locust .\v 

Behlow Eobert, upholsterer William Behlow, r. 627 
Locust Ave 

Behlow William, furniture, bedding and upholstery 
goods, 116 Sutter, r. Oakland 



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Behn Walter, salesinan Tillmsnn & Bendel, r. 1717 

Mason 
Behnemann Henry (Belinemann & Joost) r. SW cor 

Taylor and O'Farrell 
Belineinaiin & Jooat (Henry Behnemann and 

Martin Joost) groceries and liquors, SW cor Tay- 
lor and OTarrell 
Behning 'Williain, clerk, r. •t-tC Third 
Behuke Carl, shiii carpenter, r. 163 Natoma 
Behnke John, cabinetmaker West Coast Furniture 

Co., r. 313 Fifth 
Behnken John, speculator, r. 1917 Polk 
Behnsen Chris., cigars and tobacco, 18 Sixth, r. 618 

California 
Behnsen Henry, foreman Denicke Bros., r. 618 Cal. 
Behr Andrew, vamishcr, r. 101 Tehama 
Behr H., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Behr Hans C, draftsman Union Iron Works, r. 712 

Bryant 
Behr Isaac, cigars and tobacco, SW cor Sixth and 

Howard, r. 434!^ Tehama 
Behr Otto, porter Henry Brickwedel & Co., r. SW.cor 

Point I,obo8 Av and Ferrie 
Behre F., teamster Sui^erintendent of Streets 
Behre Frederick, foreman E. Adelsdorfer & Co., r. 429 

McAllister 
Behre Eobert L., attorney at law, 323 California, r. 

429 McAllister 
Behrend John, shoemaker, r. 1222 Green 
BehrendtH. & Co. (Hermann Behrendt)manufs trunks, 

valises, etc., factory Crook, bet Townsend and 

Brannan, salesroom 107 Sansome 
Behrendt Henry, stockbroker, r. 905 Market 
Behrendt Hermann (H. Behrendt & Co.) r. 1318 O'Far- 

rell 
Behrendt Richard, salesman Herrman Cohen, r. 808 

Geary 
Behrens Adrian G., packer, r. 334 Duncan 
Behrens Andrew, liquor saloon and lodgings, 228 

Montgomery Av 
Behrens Brothers (John and Frederick) groceries and 

liquors, NE cor Twenty-fourth and Potrero Av 
Behrens Charles, clerk, r. 501 Broadway 
Behrens Diedrich, carpenter, r. 21'.)G Devisadero 
Behrens Frederick (Behrens Brothers) r. NE cor 

Twenty-fourth and Potrero Av \ 

Behrens Frederick, groceries and liquors, 214 Eighth 
Behrens H. C. F., physician, 22 Montgomery, r. 334 

Duncan 
Behrens Heni-y, Cigarmakers' Assn, 771 Market 
Behrens James, real-estate, 210 California, r. Saucelito 
Behrens James G., architect, 724 H Market, r. Sauce- 
lito 
Behrens Johannes, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Behrens John (Behrens Brothers) r. NE cor Twenty-' 

fourth and Potrero Av 
Behrens John, shoemaker Herman Besthom, r. 4C0 

Minna 
Behrens Sophia, widow, r. 401 Powell 
Behrens Walter N. F., engineer, r. 334 Duncan 
Behrens William C, master mariner, r. Winchester 

House 
Belirlf Frederick, brewer, TO!) Grove 
Behrle Juli<-tto Mrs., drfssmaker, r. 005 Post 
Behrmann Aunie, domestic IGIO Washington 
Behriiiann Franz E.. special a^ent German General 

Bern V. Soc, 114Dupont, r. 2(i2 Minna 
Behniiaun Frederick, bakery, 1218 Powell 
Bchrmauu Giistave, seajiian, r. N.Tth Pacific Hotel 
Behrmann Henry, cooper, r. S s Filbert, bet Fillmore 

and Siciner 
Behrmann J. Heinrich, wood and coal, 838 Harrison 
Behriuauu John, clerk F. Mohrmann & Co., r. SW cor 

Broadway and Kearuy 
Behrmann Eate, domestic 1010 Washington 
Behrmann Louis, cook H. F. Willlums, r. W s Ken- 
tucky, bet Fourth and Mcrrlmac 
Behrmann Mary Mrs., midwife, r. 838 Harrison 
Behrmann Nettie, domestic 1517 Van Ness Av 
Behrmann. See Bermann 
Bfcicke Mary, widow, r. 875 Shotwell 
Beler Williuiii, blarksniith, r. 417 M Clementina 
Beiglile George W., salesman Schlueter & Volberg, r. 

Oakland 
Beigler Charles N., r. 41 Clara 
Beihl John A., bartender, r. 1026 Clay 
Beilhcs Juan B:iptlsta (Beillies & Co.) r. 540 Wash. 
Beilhes ^^ Co. (Juan Biiptista BeilhcH and Frank La- 

cua) barbers, 1?4 Mout^jomery Av 
Bein Fr.ink, fisherman, r. 813 Battery 



Beinert George, barber Charles Proschold, r. 312)4 

Nineteenth 
Beime Hugh, laborer, r. 23 Fulton 
Beirne Michael, wiredrawer Cal. Wire Works, r. 1129 

Fol-om 
Beirne Patrick, groceries and liquors, 123 Shipley 
Beirao Manoel P., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 Ji Drumm 
Beisel Jacob (Beisel & Cook) r. W s Mississippi, bel 

Santa Clara and Mariposa 
Beisel <& Cook (Jacob Beisel and H. N. Cook) 

proptrs Potrero Tannery, W s Pennsylvania At, 

bet Santa Clara and Mariposa, office 415 Market 
Beisner Herman F.W., seaman, r. 12 Washington 
Beiswinger Louig, laborer Pioneer Brewery, r. 209 

Treat Av 
Beith Annie Mrs., r. 247 Clara 
Bekeart Frank C, clerk, r. 34G Third 
Bel Alphonse, teacher Clarke Institute, r. Oakland 
Belando J. & Co. (John Belando and Louis Costa) 

wood and coal, 438 Minna and 941 Mission 
Belando John (J Belando & Co.) r. 438 Minna 
Belando Peter (Belando & Co.) r. 1210 Powell 
Belando & Co. (Peter Belando and Giovanni Daneri) 

wood and coal. 1210 Powell 
Belanger Charles, carpenter Southern Pac. RR., r. 214 

Hayes, rear 
Belani Agostino, cook Garibaldi House 
Belasco Abraham, trader, r. 174 Clara 
Belasco David, actor Baldwin Theatre, r. 14 Harriet, 

nr Howard 
Belasco George, trunkmaker H. Behrendt & Co.,r. 174 

Clara 
Belasco Isaac, barber Herman Laewen, r. 174 Clara 
Belasco Israel, trunkmnker, r. 174 Clara 
Belasco Manuel, r. 918 Jackson 
Belau Bito, barber, r. 6 Hinckley 
Belau Michael, tailor, r. 1317 Kearny 
Belau Otto, clerk Greeuebaum & Co., r. 1317 Kearny 
Belau Richard, oiler stmr Los Angeles, r. 1317 Kearny 
Belbeck H. T. carpenter, r. 529 Sacramento 
Belcher Frederick P., teamster, 312 California, r. Oak- 
land 
Belcher Gilbert L., salesman H. P. Gregory b Co., r. 

Oakland 
Belcher Philip, chicken ranch, W s Michigan, bet 

Shasta and Napa 
Belcher Robert F., manager Frederick P. Belcher, r. 

1015 Union 
Belcher Silver Mining Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) John 

Crockett secretary, 203 Bush, room 12 
Belcher William C. (Mastlck, Belcher & Mastick) at- 
torney at law, 520 Montgomery, r. Palace Hotel 
Belcour Jules, chancellor Consulate of France, 704 

Washington, r. San Mateo 
Belden Belle Mrs., seamstress, r. 7 Dupont 
Beldeu Charles A. (W.W. Montague & Co.) r. Oakland 
Belden Edward, machinist Union Box Factory, r. 207 

Second 
Belden Edwin S., shorthand reporter, 637 Kearny, r. 

Oakland 
Belden George F.. clerk Whittier, Fuller & Co., r. 303 

Jones 
Belden Henry K. (Belden k Orton) r. Piedmont 
Belden James, barber W. H. Clark, r. 111J4 Minna 
Belden James S., foreman George H. Fuller, r. IIIX 

Minna 
Beldeu John, r. 535 Howard 
Belden Joseph W., receiving teller Anglo-Califomlan 

Bank, r. 2434 Pine 
Belden Josiah, capitalist, 314 California, r. Sau Jos^ 
Beldi n Margaret S., widow, r. 510 Mason 
Beldeu Mrs., r. 222 Post 

Belden Theodore M., carpenter, r. 926 Mission 
Belfleii «fc Orton (Henry K. Belden and Richard 

H. Orton) local agents Hartford Fire Insurance 

Co., 313 California 
Belding Mary L. Miss, assistant Mission Primary 

School, r. 2 Bond 
Belding Orcn, millwright, r. 2 Bond 
Belduke Joseph, r. 322 Fifth 
Belebrok Joseph, waiter U. 8. 8S. Shubrlck, Folsom 

St.Wharf 
Belem Joso R., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn, 

415 J4 Drumm 
Belender Cliarbs, varniaher, r. 511 Oak 
Belfast GiuKcr Ale Co., Thomas J. Pyiie, proptr, 1637 

Howard, rear 
Belfontaine Mining Co. (Sierra Co., Cal.) Henry C. 

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Belfrage Gustav, butler John Parrptt, r. 620 Folsom 

Belgero Louis, printer, r. 273 Jessie 

Belgruvia House, James J. Sanderson propr, 1138 Sutter 

Bellll Sarah, domestic 1513 Sutter 

Belill William, laborer, r. 152 Elizabeth 

Belina Manoel d'A., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415 }<S Druuim 
Belinge Felix A. A., physician and surgeon, oflSce and 

I. 1619 Polk 
Belitzer Jacob, salesman Edward Cohn & Co., r. 225 

Montgomery 
Belizia C, musician, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Belknap David P. (Winans, Belknap & Godoy) at- 
torney at law, 004 Merchant, r. 108 Ellis 
Belknap Edwin S. (Winaus, Belknap k Godoy) r. 108 

Ellis 

Bell , waiter, r. 920 Howard, rear 

Bell Alexander D., editor San Francisco Merchant, 

323 Front, r. Saucelito, Marin County 
Bell Alexander G., manager San Francisco Merchant, 

r. 308 Fulton 
Bell Alexander G., with People's Ice Co., r. 504 Third 
Bell Alfred O., engineer, r. S s Sixteenth, nr Guerrero 
Bell Alphonse, machinist Union Iron Works, r. NW 

cor Francisco and Leavenworth 
Bell Ainory F., collector, 411 J4 California, room 15, r. 

2009 Sacramento 
Bell Andrew, porter SS. State of California, Broadway 

Wharf 
Bell Andrew, traveling salesman, r. 324 Sutter 
Bell Benjamin C, milhvright Philip Hlnkle, r. 812 

Jessie 
Bell Burleigh, clerk Howard & Ford, r. 044 Stevenson 
Bell Catherine, wiiiow, r. 43.i Clementina 
Bell Charles, butcher, and stoker Engine No. 5, S. F. 

F. D., r. 1119 Stockton 
Bell Charles, candymaker Schroder & Albrecht, r. 2 

Leroy place 
Bell Charles E., Journeymen Shipwrights' Aesn, 71 

New Montgomery 
Bell Conrad M., r. 812 Jessie, re.tr 
Bell Daniel P., clerk Tobin, Davisson & Co.,r. 915}^ 

McAllister 
Bell David B., fish dealer, 31 Grand Central Market, 

r. 469 Stevenson 
Bell Eliza, widow, r. 190 Sixteenth 
Bell Elizabeth, widow, r. 29 Langton 
Bell Ellen, widow, laundress, r. 1011 Pacific 
Bell Emma, widow, r. 12 De Boom 
Bell Emma, widow, r. G44 Stevenson 
Bell Emma Miss, r. 214 O'Farrell 
Bell Ette E., widow, r. 210 Powell 
Bell Frank, engineer. California St. ER., r. 1503 Pino 
Bell Frank C, carpenter Edward Farrell, r. 828 Union 
Bell F. Vinton, managing clerk W. H. L. Barnes, r. 

2620 Sacramento 
Bell Giorge, mate ship Imperial, Front St. Wharf 
Bell George, scenepainter, r. 1418 Jackson 
Bell George H. (Bell & Co.) r. 639 Kearny 
Bell George W., with Lake & McKoou, r. Oakland 
Bell H. A., compositor Morning Call, r. 2 Martha PI 
Bell Hyrry, waiter Brooklyn Hotel, r. 920 Howard 
Bell Hei:ry, gardener, r. N s Lily Av, bet Buchanan 
/ and Webster 
Bell H. H. Mrs., r. 214 O'Farrell 
Bell Hugh, clerk S. F. Xews Co., r. 1300 Ji Stockton 
Bell James, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bell James Evelyn, clerk Falkner, Bell & Co., r. 

Saucelito 
Bell jHmes H., barber, r. 1608 Jones 
Bell James M.. clerk Pacific Life, r. 206 Third 
Bell J. H., fruits and vegetables, SE cor Leavenworth 

and O'Farrell 
Bell John, r. 701 Post 
Bell John, carpenter, r. 649 Folsoin 
Bell John, horseshoer City Cab and Carriage Stables, 

r. 174 Jessie 
Bell John, oiler Pacific Mail SS. Australia 
Bell John, plumber, r. 1211 Vallejo 
Bell John B., barber, 1239 Folsom 
Bell John C, commission merchant, r. Overland 

House 
Bell John C. Jr., r. 203^ Fifth 
Bell JohnD., hattrr, r. 132 Fourth 
Bell John D., hostler Bowley.Bros., r. SW. cor Mis- 
sion and New Montgomery 
Bell John P., attorney at law, 215 Sansome, rooms 

8 and 9 
Bell John W., clerk auditing dept Wells, Fargo & Co., 

r. 46 Liberty 



Bell Joseph, bootmaker, Drumm, nr Jackson, r. 21 

Ohio 
Bell Joseph, bootblack, 923 Montgomery, r. 5 Bdwy 
Bell Joseph, chief engineer California St. RR., r. 2 

Leroy PI 
Bell Joseph, conductor Central RR., r. 1207 Fillmore 
Bell Levi P., letter messenger Wells, Fargo & Co., r. 

190 Sixteenth 
Bell Lucy, widow, r. 102 Natoma 
Bell Lutie, domestic 305 Turk 
Bell Margaret, widow, r. 10}^ Rausch 
Bell Margaret, widow, lodgings, 120 Seventh 
Bell May Miss, bookkeeper Matthias Gray, r. 915 Tyler 
Bell Moses, clerk, r. 1127 Clay 
Bell Otto, metal roofer, r. 13 J^ Harrison Av 
Bell Peter, painter, r. 812 Jessie, rear 
Bell Reason B., produce dealer, r. 612 Laguna 
Bell Richard H., r. lOJi Rausch 
Bell Robert, mining, r. E s Castro, bet Fourteenth 

and Henry 
Bell Samuel, carpenter, r. 1206 Howard 
BeU Samuel, clerk U. S. Railway Mail Service, r. 

Oakland 
Bell Samuel L., collector Green St. Wharf, r. 16 H 

Clara 
Bell Thomas (Thomas Bell & Co.) r. 1661 Octavla 
Bell Thomas, hostler Dashaway Stables, r. 118 Post 
Bell Thomas, laborer A. M. Simpson & Brother, Beals 

St.Whaif, r. 3J4 Gilbert 
Bell Thomas, laborer Pacific Mail SS.Wharf, r. 610 

Fourth 
BeU Thomas & Co. (Tbonias Bell and George 

Staack e) commission merchants, 305 Sansome 
Bell Thomas N., clerk, r. 743 Pine 
Bell William, bootblack. SW cor Sixth and Mission, r. 

NW cor Kearny and Broadway 
Bell William, clerk freight auditor Central Pac. RB., 

r. 427 Sutter 
Bell William, forgeman Pac. Rolling Mill, r. White 

House Hotel 
Bell William, marblecutter James Henderson, r. 815}$ 

Point Lobes Av 
Bell William, messman Pacific Coast SS. State of 

Caliiornia, Broadway Wharf 
Bell William, printer Morning Call, r. 130034 Stock 
Bell William, seaman tug Richard Holyoke, Harrison. 

St.Wharf 
Bell William, shipbuilder, r. N s Greenwich, near ! ^. 

Polk 
Bell William, shipbuilder, r. SE cor Minnesota and 

Butte 
Bell William D., printer S. W. Raveley, r. 1300J4 

Stockton 
Bell William H.,r. 523 Stevenson 
Bell William H., clerk Henry M. Norton, r. 524 Turk 
Bell William L., draftsman Pac. Iron Works, r. 402 

Grove 
Bell & Co. (George H. Btll) booksellers, stationers 

and periodical agents, 639 Kearny 
Bella Union Quicksilver Mining Co. (Napa Co., Cal.) 

Abraham Halsey secretary, oflBce 314 Mont 
Bella Union Theatre, 803 and 805 Kearny 
Bellando Pietro, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 Bdwy 

Bellanger Mrs., dressmaker, r. Blundell House 

Bellaugcr Charles, carpenter Southern Pac. RR., r. 

214 Linden Av 
Bellanger Philii), carpenter, r. 214 Linden Av 
Bellaui Federlco, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont 
Bellani Got^ardo, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont 
Bellar Jacob, laborer, r. 2 Bannam PI 
Bellay Francis, artist, 724 ;<■ Market, r. 718 Greenwich 
BelleClara Miss, saleslady M. A. Mercer, r. 823 Miss 
Belle Isle Mining Co., Edward M.Hall secretary, 20 

S. F. Stuck Exchange Building 
Bellec Peter, r. 1311 Powell 
Bellegarde Pascal, gardener Thomas Lacoste, r. NE 

cor Kansas and Center 
Belleman John, messman Pacific Coast SS. Orizaba 
Bellemere Anna B., widow, r. 1163 Mission 
Bellemere Augustus, manufacturing jeweler and lapi- 
dary, 331 Keamy, r. 113 Stockton 
Bellemot J., carpenter, r. 7 Virginia PI 
Bellerive C. L., clerk C. J. Tayac, r. 373 Minna 
Bellermann Emil, secretary and cashier Merchants' 

Exchange Bank, 423 California, r. 1115 Shotwell 
Bellfct Francois, laundry, 712 Vallejo 
Bellew James, stonecutter D. "Sheerin 
Bellew James H., upholsterer, r. 19 Ohio 
Bellew John. r. 19 Ohio 
Bellew Thomas, laborer, r. 121 Olive Av 



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Bellew. See Bellue 

Belli Gaetano. fisherman Front St. Wharf 
Belli Giovanni, fruits and vegetables, 420 Union 
Belli Giuseppe, vegetables and produce, 616 Front 
Belli Mansueto, vcgetabk-s, 67 Colombo Market 
Bellingall Peter W. (Eellingall & Miller) r. Oakland 
BeUing^aU & Miller (Peter W. Bellingall and 
Peter Miller) ship and Custom House brokers, 
425 Battery 
Bellinger Rufus S., seaman, r. 132 Steuart 
Bellinger. See Ballinger and Bellanger 
ft', Bellinghain Bay Coal Co., P. B. Cornwall pres- 
'^ ideut, office Spear St. Wharf 

Bellingham Edward, shoemaker, r. 1120!^ Broadway 
Bellingham James, shoecutter Greorge Bryant & Co., 

r. 1120 Broadway 
Bellingham Robert, r. 1120 J^ Broadway 
Bellini Anna Miss, musician Wiener Garten, r. 121 

O'Farrell 
Bellinomini Eugenio, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Cn Bellisle Frank N., master carbuilder Southern Pac. 
RR., r.W 8 Bryant, bet Twenth-fourth and Twen- 
ty-fifth 
Bellisle Philibert, shoemaker Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 177fi Folsom 
Bellman Oliver P., painter, r. 628 Howard 
Bellman Robert A., machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. E 

8 Tennessee, bet Sierra and Nevada 
Bellman Vincent, ropemaker, r. E s Tennessee, bet 
)_. I Sierra and Nevada 

M I Bellman Vincent Jr.. clerk Herbert H. Jxidson, r. E s 
^i I Tennessee, bet Sierra and Nevada 

" I Bellmer Frederick, salesman, r. 434 Seventh 
Bellmer J. H. C, restaurant, 104 First 
Belluer Mary, domestic, 821 Larkin 
^ j Bellnow Louis, watchman Underwriters' Fire Patrol, 
r^ I r. 43 Ecker 

^ 1 Bello Antonio, Italian Benev See, 423 Washington 
ftiJ I Bello Biua, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
W Bello Bruno, printer, r. 1237 Dupont 
2J Bello Carlo. Italian Benev. Soc'., 423 Washington 

Bello Constante. Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Bello Joao J. de S., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. Assn., 

415)4 Drumm 
Bello Vincent, vegetable dealer, r. 74 Jessie 
Belloc Hypolite (Belloc & Co.), 524 Montgomery 
Belloc Si Co. (Hypolite Belloc, Henry Barroilhet, 
and A. Germain de Moutauzan), bankers and 
^ j agents General Trans-Atlantic Co. (Paris, 78 Rue 

^ de Courcelles), .'524 Montgomery 

• Bellocq .\lfred (Banit .^ Bellocq) r. 1302 Powell 
Bellorio Giuseppe, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washing- 
ton 
Bellov Peter, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 
^ Bellows Edward St. John, r. 508 Eddy 
S— t- Bellows Henry H., carpenter, r. 219 Sixteenth 
^ Bellows H. H., critic, r. 52'J Sacramento 

1 Bellows Joseph, painter C. A. Bernard, r. 1024 Stock 
Bellows William H., carpenter, r. 219 Sixteenth 
Bellstedt John, engineer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 25M 

Decatur 
Bellue Augnst (Bellue k Borel), r. .503 Jones 
Bellue Cauiille, wine dealer, r. 3 Lewis 
Bellue Pierre, barkeeper Gregoire HenrisuUe 

Pacific 
Bellue & Borel (August Bellue and Joseph 

laundry, 50:i Jones 
Bellue. See Bellew 

Bellund Jonas, seaman, r. N B Greenwich, bet Mont- 
gomery and Sausome 
Belluomini Ansano, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Belmont Clara. Miss, r. 16 Eddy 
Qj Belmont mining Co. (Nye Co., Nev.; J. W. Pew 
.-secretary, 310 Pine, room 17 
Belmont Park (Sun Mateo) office 545 California 
Belmore Nettie Miss, actress, Adelphi Theatre 

a^ I Belser Julius, bricklnyer, r. 248 Hermann 
t^ I Belshaw Mortimer W., man8!,'er Empire Coal Mine 
and Railroad (Mt. Diablo) office 402 Front, r. 162(5 
Jack.son 
© Belt Alfred M. jr., bookkeeper Mayhew, Earnest & 
^^ Co.. r. Lick House 

Belt Thomas W., proptr Brooklyn Hotel, 210 and 

212 Bush 
Belton Phillip M., packer Wool Agency Warehouse, r. 

SW cor Alabama and Twenty-third 
Beltrau Jose, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 Mont- 
gomery 
Belulnta Pedro, r. 17 M Kt. Mary's 
Belvedere House, Albino Abbiatl proptr, 1108 Stock. 






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Belvidere Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., Cal.) C. Van j 

Dyck Hubbard secretary, 203 Bush, room 26 
Belville Eli, broommaker Harrison & Dickson, r. 273 

Stevenson 
Belz Beddy, domestic 922 O'Farrell 
Belz Johannes, tailor, r. Ahlborn House 
Bembach Sol S., r. 925 Tyler 

Bemis Charles C, U. S. Sapervising Inspector Steam 
Vessels, oflfice new U. S. Appraisers' Building, 
first floor, r. 419 Bryant 
Bemis Elizabeth, widow, r. Hancock House 
Bemis. See Beamish and Bemus 
Bemmerer August, cutler, r. 1521 Polk 
Bemmerer Robert, baker Broncer & Smith, r. 249 

Stevenson 
Bemus James, magazinekeeper Cal. Powder Works, r. 

NE cor Baker and Tonquin 
Bemus. See Bemis and Beamish 
Benancio Arias, porter London and S. F. Bank, r. 

Alameda 
Benard Ang-usfeF., wines and liquors, NE cor 

Fifth and Howard, r. 8r.2 Howard 
Benard Mary, widow, r. 2708 Mission 
Benard. See Bernard 
Benavides Alfred, tinsmith W. W. Montague & Co., 

r. SE cor Dupont and Vallejo 
Benavides Antonio, cigarmaker, r. 528 Green 
Benbow David, painter Thomas Downing, r. 2309 

Larkin 
Benbow Eilward M.. painter, r. 1231 J^ Union 
Bencllley L.. B., general nianaccr Pac. Rolling Mill 

Co., ottice 16 First, r. 833 Fulton 
Benckert Catherine, widow, r. 211 Fr.inklin 
Bendegard Martin, captain .schr D. C. Haskius, r. 1731 

Jessie 
Bendel Bernard & Co. (estate of) Empire Match Fac- 
tory, Hofen & Co. agents, office 412 Clay 
Bendel Herman (Tillmnnn & Bondel) r. Oakland 
Bendel Louis, clerk Henry HoUman, r. NW cor 

Twenty-fourth and Mission 
Bender Andrew S., civil engineer, office and r. 137 

Montgomery 
Bender Charles, capitalist, r. 103 Mason 
Bender Charles F., r. 120334 Bush 
Bender Francis, ironmolder City Iron Works, r. 20 

Clara 
Bender Frederick C, carbuilder Clay St. Hill RR. 
Bender Jacob A., contractor, r. 2729 Howard 
Bender Jacob A., market. 110 Twelfth 
Bender Joseph, teacher music, r. 18 Turk 
Bender Josiah D., coUarniaker. r. 20 Ki Welsh 
Bender Josiah P., mason, r. S s Twenty-ninth, bet 

Sanchez and Noe 
Bender Louis, cook Woodward's Gardens 
Bender Noah W., driver La Grande Laundry, r. 1522 

Howard 
Bender Thomas L., bricklaver, and extraman Engine 

No. 10. S. F. F. D., r. IISV Welsh 
Bender William A., bookkeeper William H. Wright, 

r. 2729 Howard 
Bendit Benjamin, expressmen, r. 1218 Pacific 
Bendit Herman, salesman Sam Bendit, r. 17 Hyde 
Bendit Isaac, peddler, r. 451 Tehama 
Bendit Louis, barber, r. 1300 Pacific 
Bendit Morris, expressman, NE cor Montgomery and 

California, r. s\V cor San Jose Av and Elizabeth 
Bendit Sam, auctioneer and commission merchant, 

536 and 538 California, r. 17 Hyde 
Bendixen John, seaman schr Ivanhoe, r. 30 Clay 
Beudixen John Alfred, driver Emil A. Engelberg, r. 

418 Kearny 
Bendon E. J., helper Union Box Factory 
Bendroth James, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bendt William, liquor saloon, 12 Clay, r. 24 Drumm 
Bendt. See Bent 
Beneamino Vanucci, hostler Novella & PItto, r. 427 

Jackson 
Benear James S., mining secretary, 420 Montgomery, 

room 12, r. 207 Post 
Benecke Carl, bedmakor Grand Central Hotel 
Benecke H. D., groceries and liquors, 520 Broadway 
Benecke. See Beneke and Beuieke 
Benedetti Bastiano, r. 2 Sherwood PI 
Benedict Amos W., carpeutt-r, r. Park Hotel 
Benedict Charles Jlrs.. widow, r. 419 Folsom 
Benedict Charles K., driver Jersey Farm Dairv, and 

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Benedict "C. W.. clerk stmr Ceres, Jackson St. Wharf 
Benedict Cortland S. (Benedict .«: Smith) r. W s Va- 
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Benedict Jacob, refiner Selby Lead and Smeltln^ 

Works, r. 14 Beaver 
Benedict John E., steward, r. 1299 Van Ness Av 
Beneilict Julia, domestic 1922 Sutter 
Benedict Lottie Mrs., copyist Superior Court Dept 

No. 9, r. 2032 Folsoni 
Benedict M.M. Mrs., r. 422 Post 
Benedict & Smith (C. S. Benedict and J. R. 

Smith) merchant tailors, 136 MontKomei-y 
Benenger Hugo, seaman, r. Keystone House 
Ben^t Moritz, miner, r. Eureka, bet Seventeenth and 

Eighteenth 
Benetta Eugenlo, bartender G. Preds, r. Oakland 
Benger Nicolas, seaman schr Florence Caduc, Fourth 

St. Wharf 
Bengstrom John A., seaman schr Greyhound, Green 

St. Wharf 
Benhagen Harry, actor California Theatre, r. 502 Bush 
Benhagen Jacob, commercial traveler, r. 502 Bush 
Benliani AzelM., wholesale dealer pianos, organs, 
and musical merchandise, 647 Market, r. Oakland 
Benliain Callioun, attorney at law, 330 Pine, 

room 21, r. 109 Fifth 
Benham Charles S. (R, B. Milroy & Co.) r. Alleghany 

City, Cal. 
Benham M. L., widow, r. 43.5 Bryant 
Benham Eaymond S., agent, r. 2320 IVIission 
Benicia Cement Co., Padey Martin president, 

office .542 California 
Benicke Frank, r. 19 Harlan PI 
Benicke. See Benecke and Bencke 
Bening George F., r. 1114 Webster 
Bening Henrietta, domestic, 1032 McAllister 
Beniola Luigi, laborer, r. 17 Sonera 
Benitez Julio, barber, r. 16 Carlos PI 
Benjamin A. F., notary public and commissioner 

deeds, 417 California, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Alexander E., clerk, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Alfred D., carriagetrimmer, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Asher L., canvasser, r. 22 Harriet 
Benjamin Benj.imin, r. 22 Harriet 
Benjamin Charles E., salesman Crane, Hastings & Co., 

r. 213 Sixteenth 
Benjamin D., planer S. F. Furniture Factory, r. 27 

Fifth Av 
Benjamin Edward Jr., clerk M. S. Grinbaum & Co. r. 

122 Tuik 
Benjamin Edward C, shipping clerk Crane, Hastings 

& Co.,r. 234 Post 
Benjamin Edward E., patternmaker Steiger & Bush- 
man, r. 2625 Mission 
Benjamin Elias, general dealer, r. 984 Folsom 
Benjamin Erastus M., carpenter, r. 2625 Mission 
Benjamin Frederick A., mining engineer, r. 433 Second 
Benjamin Henry, second-hand clothing, 984 Folsom 
Benjamin Henry A. (Henry A. Benjamin & Co.) r. 715 

Howard 
Benjamin Henry A. Si Co. (Henry A. Benja- 
min and J. S. Henshaw) Natural Mineral Springs 
Water Depot, 29 New Montgomery, cor Jessie 
Benjamin Jacob, broker, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Jo.seph, tailor, r. 447 Fourth 
Benjamin Mary, chambermaid Grand Hotel 
Benjamin Muses H., clerk, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Orson C, storekeeper O. and O. SS. Belglc, 

r. 519 }<; BraSnan 
Benjamin Philip S., electric instrumentmaker, r. 721 

Eddy 
Benjamin Rosetta Mrs., second-hand clothing, 984 Fol 
Benjamin Sarah, stewardess Pacific Mail SS. City of 

New York 
Benjamin Sarah G., ladies nurse, r. 616 Harrison 
Benjamin Thaddeus S., clerk, r. 721 Eddy 
Benjamin Wallace A., clerk Martin Herman, r. 721 

Eddy 
Benjamin William K., watchman TJ. 8. Mint, r. 2808 

Pine 
Benkelmann Rosalie, widow, liquor saloon, cor Bail- 
road and Ninth Avs, r. Fifteenth Av, bet P and Q, 
South S. F. 
Benker George, cigarmaker Denicke Brothers, r. 1051 

Mission 
Benn George M., laborer Dunn & Blucher, r. 121 

Bernard 
Benn James, teamster Hibemia Brewery, r. 1211 Fol 
Benn John S., millwright, r. 603 Brannan 
Benn Thomas, teamster Hibemia Brewery, r. 1211 

Folsom 
Benner Felix, printer F. Korbel & Bros., r. 514 Sixth 
Benner Frederick M., melter TJ. S. Mint, r. Oakland 



Benner Milton S., cigarmaker Denicke Brothers, r. 

1060 Howard, rear 
Bennerot Eugene, machinist, r. 2141 Mission 
Benners Thomas D., steward, r. 683 Harrison 
Bennerscheidt B.. r. 245 Second 
Bennet Moritz (Henry Gerig k Co.) . r. W s Clara Av, 

bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 
Bennet Thomas, general agent Travelers' Insur- 
ance Co. of Hartford, Conn., 319 California, r. 
Oakland 
Bennet Victor, carpenter, r. W s Chtirch, bet Army 

and Twenty-seventh 
Bennett Aaron J., horse trainer, r. 2724 Folsom 
Bennett Albert A., architect, 318 Pine, room 37, r. 2323 

California 
Bennett Alfred (Bennett & Co.) r. 454 Sixth 
Bennett Alfred E., carpenter D. A. Macdonald & Co., 

r. Oakland 
Bennett Alviu, bookkeeper, r. 516 Filbert 
Bennett Annie Miss, r. 428 Green 
Bennett Annie, domestic 1916 Larkin 
Bennett Annie Miss, milliner, r. 569J^ Minna 
Bennett Annie Mrs., domestic 1701 Howard 
Bennett Bridget, domestic 834 McAllLster 
Bennett Brothers (John R. and George) dairy 

produce, 35 andd 90 California Market 
Bennett Carrie E. Miss, saleswoman Keane Bros, r. 

1028 Market 
Bennett Charles, r. 223 Fifth 
Bennett Charles, elevator-man W. Haker & Hinz, r. 

569 J^ Minna 
Bennett Charles D., bookkeeper Atkinson, Doud & 

Co., r. Oakland 
Bennett Charles G., tanner Herman Royer, r. 106 Park 

Av 
Bennett Christian, fruit dealer, r. .525 Mission 
Bennett Clement, official shorthand reporter, 

434 California, room 10, r. 14 Eddy 
Bennett Daniel L., foreman fuller S. F. Pioneer 

Woolen Factory, r. 236 Shotwell 
Bennett Edward J., laundryman, r. 555 Bryant 
Bennett Edwin S., foreman McCord, Bridge & Co.,r. 

221 Ellis 
Bennett E. I., widow, domestic 1605 Franklin 
Bennett Elizabeth, widow, r. 1917 Jessie 
Bennett F. M., shiiiping agent, r. Overland House 
Bennett Frederick, horsetrainer, r. 915 Battery 
Bennett Frederick, liquor saloon, 230 Brannan 
Bennett Frederick, longshoreman Menzies, Bingham 

& Co. 
Bennett Frederick Y., messenger Wells, Fargo k Co., 

r. 607 Powell 
Bennett George (Bennett Brothers) r. 1931 Sutter 
Bennett George, laborer Golden Age Flouring Mills, 

r. 908 Sansome, rear 
Bennett George, painter Moulton & Edmondson, r. N 

W cor Clay and Davis 
Bennett George, waiter, r. .507 Stevenson 
Bennett George M. D., bartender, r. Sacramento House 
Bennett George W., clerk Levi Strauss & Co., r. Al- 
ameda 
Benni tt George W., helper Belts Spring Co., r. 569 J^ 

Minna 
Bennett George W., policeman City Hall, r. 670 

Twentieth 
Bennett Gilbert L., special policeman, r. 921 Powell 
Bennett Harrold E., compositor Evening Post, r. 113 

Prospect PI 
Bennett Henrietta Mrs., teacher music, r. 1015 Fol 
Bennett Henry (Bennett & Co.) r. 454 Sixth 
Bennett H. L. Mrs., widow, r. 223 Ritch 
Bennett H. W. Mrs., lodgings, 222 Post 
Bennett James, driver Bennett Brothers, r.l931 Sutter 
Bennett James G., r. Nucleus House 
Bennett James G., conductor N. B. and Mission RR., 

r. 837 Mission 
Bennett Jay S., manuf black walnut furniture, Cen- 
tennial Mills .566 Brannan, r. Alameda 
Bennett Jennie S. Miss, dressmaker, r. 826 Broadway 
Bennett John, carpenter, r. 1006 Natoma 
Bennett John, clerk Johu H. Boden & Co., r. 1015 Fol. 
Bennett John, backman. Plaza 
Bennett John, laborer, r. 14 Bernice 
Bennett Johu, laborer quartermaster's department 

U. S. .\., 36 New Montgomery 
Bennett John, usher Baldwin's 'Theater 
Bennett John P., liquor saloon, 837 Mission 
Bennett John R. (Bennett Brothers) r. 1931 Sutter 
Bennett Joseph, cook Isthmus House, r. 54 First 
Bennett Joseph, miner, r. 819 Montgomery 



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Beunett Joseph F., compositor Solomon Farjefln, r. 
223 Ritch 

Benuett J. S., r. Branch House 

Bennett Julia, nurse, 738 McAllister 

Bennett L., painter, r. 1 Central PI 

Bennett Laura S. Miss, instructress Domestic Sewing 
Machine Co., r. 315 Geary 

Bennett Lewis, cook schr Z. B. Heywood, Beale St. 
Wharf 

Bennett Lizzie, widow, r. .5G9>^ Minna 

Bennett Louis, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 

Bennett Marguerite A., widow, r. E s Iowa, bet Mari- 
posa and Solano 

Bennett Martin J., driver Market St. RR., r. 837 Miss. 

Bennett Mary Mrs., proptr Bennett's South Park 
Laundry, r. 555 Bryant 

Bennett Mary E. Miss, assistant Mission Grammar 
School 

Bennett Moms, cook ship Belvedere 

Bennett Morris, house painter, r. 548 Tehama 

Bennett Morris, laborer Sea Wall, r. 1()04 Bush 

Bennett M. W., watchman Pacilic Mail SS. City of 
Chester 

Bennett Nathaniel (Beunett & Jones) r. 121 Oak 

Bennett Patrick, assistant guslitter new City Hall, r. 
837 Mission 

Bennett Patrick Jr., barktender John P. Delaney.r. 837 
Mission 

Bennett Robert, laundryman Occidental Hotel 

Beunett Samuel, dockman Sea AVall, r. 1336 Pacific 

Bennett Samuel, mining operator, r. 142G Ellis 

Bennett Sauford, capitalist, r. Russ House 

Bennett Sant'or;! S., bookkeeper Domestic Sewing Ma- 
chine Co., r. 315 Geary 

Bennett Sarah Miss, dressmaker, r. 548 Tehama 

Beuntttt Thomas, insurance agent, r. 321 First 

Bennett Thomas, painter, r. 303 Davis 

Beunett Thomas, physician and surgeon, 620 Market, 
r. 716 Pine 

Benni'tt Thomas, salesman Eeane Brothers, r. 8 
Beaver 

Bennett William, laborer, r. 553 Bryant 

Benuett William, liquor saloon, 519 Pacific 

Beunett William, physician, office and r. 1015 Folsom 

Bennett William, plumber, r. 1015 Clay 

Bennett William C, miner, r. 722 Montgomery 

Bennett William H.. laundryman, r. 555 Bryant 

Bennett William J., machinist Risdou I. and L. Works 

Bennett & Co. (Henry and Alfred Bennett) painters 
and whiteners. 454 Sixth 

Bennett & Jones, (Nathaniel Bennett and 
DeWitt Clinton Jones) attorneys at law, 215 San- 
some, rooms 10 and 11 

Bennett's South Park Laimdiy, Mrs. Mary Bennett 
proprietress, 555 Bryant 

Benuick Hugo, salesman, r. 837 Hayes 

Benuing Anton, groireries and liquors, SW cor Mont- 
gomery Av and Chestnut 

Benniiig John, driver Newell & Brother 

Benniuk Adrian W., compositor H. S. Crocker & Co., 
r. 1 Clinton PI 

Bennison Edward, conductor Market St. RR. 

Benoit Amedee Mrs., furnished rooms, 16 Montgom- 
ery Av 

Benoit Amadee .J., compositor Courrier de San Fran- 
cisco, r. 16 Montgomery Av 

Benom David, Painters' Pro Union. 771 Market 

Benrlmo Josei)h, mining, r. Hancock House 

Bensabot Jacob, salesman, r. 214 Clara 

Bensel James H., paper hanger John Cooney, r. 775 
Misssion, rear 

Bensen Conrad, groceries and liquors, SW cor Broad- 
way and Polk 

Bensen F., laborer Wool Agency Warehouse, r. 608 
Sixth 

BeiiKen Hoiiry, groceries and liquors, NE cor 
Sixth and Bryant 

Bensen W. J., waiter Pac. Coast SS. State of California 

Bensen. See Benson 

Bensiuger Daniel, baker stmr George W. Elder, Ore- 
gon SS. Co 

Bensley John, capitalist, 427 Montgomery, r. 9 South 

Park 
Bensley .Marian, r. 8 Laurel PI 

Benson Andrew, Rig. and Stev. Union Assn, 806 Mont 
Benson Andrew S., mate schr Active, Jackson St. 

Wharf 
Benson Annie E. Miss., assistant Noe and Temple ste 

School, r. 2710 Howard 
Benson Benjamin, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 



Benson Benjamin C, captain stmr Constance, r. 806 

Bay 
Benson Benjamin F. M., bookkeeper Boca Brewing 

Co., r. 700 California 
Benson C. A., seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Benson Charles, cook, r. 207 Main 
Benson Frank, seaman, r. Sanders Hotel 
Benson Franklin R., clerk, r. 2710 Howard 
Benson George, lumber surveyor, r. Girard House 
Benson George, master mariner, r. 142 Seventh 
Benson Henry, speculator, r. 212 Van Ness Av 
Benson Henry C. Rev., editor California Christian 

Advocate, 1041 Market, r. Santa Clara 
Benson Henry W., tailor, r. 6 O'Farrell Alley 
Benson James, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Benson James, secretary Odd Fellows' Savings 

Bank, 238 Montgomery, r. 2810 Howard 
Benson James A., policeman City Hall, r. 1203 Market 
Benson James E. K., jmnter, r. 2710 Howard 
Benson John, r. 803 Stockton 
Benson Jolin A., surveyor and civil engineer, 507 

Montgomery, r. Seminary Park 
Benson Lucy, widow, r. 411 Powell 
Bens(m Maggie, domestic 914 O'Farrell 
Benson Michael, machinist The Singer Manuf. Co., r. 

12 Laskie 
Benson Ole, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Benson Oliver, seaman Pacific Mail SS. Colima, r. 54 

Sacramento 
Benson Richard, master mariner, r. 200 Washington 
Benson Richard, pilot stmr Ceres, r. 1242 Pacific 
Benson Samuel H., foreman boilermakers Southern 

Pac. RR., r. 312 Eigliteenth 
Benson Sanford G., foreman composing room Califor- 
nia Christian Advocate, r. 1239 Mission 
Benson Simon J., r. 1125 Filbert 
Benson Thomas A., clerk Banner Brothers, r. 29 

Everett 
Benson W. H. A., clerk, r. 915 Market 
Benson William H., furniture dealer, r. 1553^ Market 
Benson William R., crimper Kullman, Salz & Co., and 

groceries and liquors, 51 Brady 
Benson W. J., porter Olympic Club, r. 8 Miles Court 
Benson. See Bensen 
Bent Charles, watchman Mission Woolen Mills r. 1603 

Stevenson 
Bent Edward F. (E. F. Bent & Co.) r. 323 First 
Bent E. F. Jil Co. (Edward F. Bent and Lewis W. 

McGlauflin) grain commission brokers, 18 Cal. 
Bent James R., clerk Nevada House, r. 132 Sixth 
Bent John T., bookkeeper Mission Rock Dock and 

Warehouse Co., r. 209 Turk 
BentM. W., carpenter, r. Cincinnati Hotel 
Bent. See Bendt 

Bentel Charles, baker, r. 114 Thirteenth 
Benter Henry, friugemaker Pacific Fringe Co., r. 

Oakland 
Bentfield C. B., Master Mariner's Benev. Assn., 

Druids' Hall 
Bentfield George, porter, r. South Park House 
Bentham Harry, wines and liquoi's, 538 Market, r. 25 M 
Bentlcy Frederick, laborer Schroeder & Milman, r. 

1019 Eddy 
Bentley George N., conductor Market St. RR 
Beutley John, laborer Schroeder & Milman, r. 1619 

Eddy • 

Bentley Thomas, seaman schooner Elvenia, r. North 

Pacific Hotel 
Bentley William R. (Bentley & Wyman) r. Oakland 
Bentley &Wyman (William R. Bentley and J. B. Wyman) 

proptrs Cal. Photo Engraving Co., 632 Clay 
Bentner Katie, domestic 2121 Mason 
Bento Manuel, oystcrmau Brady & Donleavy, 630 

■ilHrket 
Benton Abbie N., dressmaker, r. 813 Pacific 
Benton Byron, r. 813 Pacific 
Benton Charles B., printer H. G. Parsons, r. Ss Pacific 

bet Stockton and Powell 
Benton Charles J., groceries, E 8 Howard, bet Twenty- 
fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Benton Charles L., bookkeeper F. N. Woods & Co., r. 

127 Kearny 
Benton Con.solidatcd Mining Co. (Gold Hill, Nev.) 
William H. Watson, secretary, 302 Montgomery 
room 6 
Benton James E., carpenter, r. 308 Beale 
Bentz Henry, junk dealer, r. 530 Pacific 
Benussi Luigi, bookkeeper Lavilla Brothers, r. 813 

Broadway 
Benvenuti Germane, Italian Sharpshooters, 413 Bdwy 



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Benway J. B., engineer Sutter St. KR. 
Benzecry Morris, cigaruiaker, r. 46 Louisa 
Benzenhofer David, baker Bernhard Kremer, r. 630 

Grove 
Benzon August F., salesman C. F. Bassett & Co., r. 

Oakland 
Beppc Giuseppe, laborer, r. 14 Ohio 
Beppler Frederick, irou-norker, r. 103 Eighth 
Beppler John, market, 1518 Dupont, r. 151G Dupont 
Beppler Stephen, engineer, r. 13 Pacific 
Bequette Derville, millwright and civil engineer, r. 

119 Montgomery Block 
Bera Antouia, •widow, furnished rooms, 314 Fifth 
Bera Donaclano, carpenter L.Weissman, r. 528 Green 
Benin Adolph,boot and shoemaker, SE cor Mason and 

Lombard 
Beran Barbara, widow, r. 1003 Pacific 
Berau Emanuel, shoemaker, 92234 Folsom 
Beran Frank, boot and shoemaker, 101)3 Pacific 
Berau John, compositor German Demokrat, r. 922 }<j 

Folsom 
Beran Washington J., mining, r. 28 Mary 
Berard Achille, laborer, r. 533 Valencia 
Berard Edward, furnished rooms, 1403 Stockton 
Berbora John N., coflfee saloon, 624 Kearny, r. 210 

Montgomery Av 
Berbora Nicholas G., coffee saloon, 624 Kearny, r. 210 

Montgomery Av 
Berck Dora Mrs., r. 309 Gough 
Berck Simon, r. 1002 Van Ness Av 
Berck. See Berk, Bourke and Burke 
Berdan Frank C. weigher coiners' dept U. S. Mint, r. 

126 Fifth 
Berdejo Juan de Dios, barber, r. 6 Hinckley 
Berdugo Antonio, cigarmaker J. Casner & Co., r. 1509 

Dupont 
Beredose R., milkman, r. W s San Bruno Road. S of 

Richards 
Berel Jacob, merchant, r. 1806 Stockton 
Beren Emma, domestic 1136 Dupont 
Beresford John, caterer Russ House 
Beresford Matthew W., watchman, r. 284 Stevenson 
Beretta Angelo, sutler, PrcBidio Reservation 
Beretta Eugenic, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Beretta George, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Beretta Idegonda, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washing- 
ton 
Beretta Ittolo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Beretta John, machinist, r. S s Nineteenth, bet Cas- 
tro and Hartford 
Beretta Letterina, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Beretto Lellera Mrs., r. 641 Broadway 
Beretto Pietro, r. 641 Broadway 

Berg Adolph, newspaper clerk Post OfBce, r. 2507 Fol 
Berg Alfred, jeweler, watchmaker, etc., 1144 Market, 

r. 603 Ellis I 

Barg Anton, barge pilot stmr Ceres, Jackson St. Wharf 
Berg Anton, clerk G. A. Ammerup, r. 12 Mary 
Berg August, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Berg Carl F., physician, office and r. 618 California 
Berg Charles, surgical instrument maker Hatteroth & 

Russ, r. Harrison, nr Eighteenth 
Berg Christopher L., porter R. D. Hume & Co., r. 1304 

Jackson 
Berg Edmund C, seaman schr Amelia, r. 129 Jackson 
Berg Ferdinand, butcher, 209 Sixth, r. 20}4 Oak 

Grove Av 
Berg Ferdinand N., seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Berg John, filemaker Albert Wolf 
Berg Julius, laborer Philadelphia House, 423 Bush 
Berg M., seaman, r. 10 Berry 
Berg Peter, mate schr Golden Fleece, Mission St. 

Wharf 
Berg Peter, molder John G. lis, r. 1016 Pacific 
Berg Rasmus, seaman, r. 28 Garden, rear 
Berg Samuel, seaman, r. 415 East 
Berg. See also Burge 
Bergametti Charles A., bartender Henry Wohltman, 

r. NE cor Third and Townsend 
Berganer John, cigarmaker, r. 72 Everett 
Bergantz Peter W. Mrs., widow, r. 1818 Pierce 
Berge Astri, widow, groceries and liquors, NE cor 

Green and Calhoun 
Berge Joseph, tripe man Artigues Canning Co-.r. cor 

Railroad and Fifth Avs, South S. F. 
Berge Rasmus Olsen, laborer Martenstein & Demlng, 

r. 504 Vallejo 
Bergen Adrian, comraisBion merchant, 426 Clay, 

r. 609 Pine 
Bergen Alexander, clerk Adrian Bergen, r. 609 Pine 



Bergen James, machinist Union Iron Works, r. Col- 
ma, San Mateo Co. 

Bergin L., cook Jackson's Hotel, 66 Oregon 

Bergen. See Bergin 

Bergcndahl Daniel, seaman, r. 5 Washington 

Berger ChrisiianC. druggist, SWcorSteiner and Eddy 

Berger Edward, student, r. 304 Third 

Berger Elizabeth, domestic 103 Van Ness Av 

Berger Gabriel, collector, r. 4 Hyde 

Berger Henry H., importer Japanese plants, 108 
Leidesdorflf, r. Oakland 

Berger Henry J., painter, r. NW cor Commercial and 
Kearny 

Berger Jacob, coachman Francisco Garcia, r. S s Fif- 
teenth, bet Noe and Castro 

Berger Julius (Edward Cohn & Co.) r. 209 Dupont 

Berger Justin, r. 1027 Dupont 

Berger Louis, clerk, r. Commercial Hotel 

Berger Martin L. Rev., pastor Westminster Presby- 
terian Church, r. SE cor Buchanan and McAl- 
lister 

Berger Michael, laborer, r. t;35 Second 

Berger Pierre, dyer, r. 320 Sutter 

Berger R. Mrs., dyeing and scouring, 140 Post, r. 320 
Sutter 

Berger. See Burger 

Bergerole Louis E., compositor S. W. Raveley, r. 273 
Jessie 

Bergerot Jean, private school, 611 Stockton 

Bergerot John A., real estate, r. NE cor Kansas and 
Center 

Bergerson Tiberut, laborer, r. 754 Folsom 

Berges Alexander, waiter, r. 932 Montgomery 

Berges Alexandre, waiter John Bordenave, r. SE cor 
Fifth Av and M, South S. F. 

Berges John, trustee French Benev. Soc, 510 Jackson 

Birges Nicholas, policeman City Hall, r. 643 Minna 

Berjjes P. B. & Co. (Peter B. Berges, Auguste 
Drayeur and Dominique Cazeaux) proptrs Miners' 
Restaurant, 529 and 531 Commercial and 737 Mar- 
ket 

Berges Pierre, gardener, 1511 Steiner 

Berges Peter (Berges & Escleses) r. Russia Av, nr 
Vienna 

Berges'Peter B. (P. B. Berges & Co.) r. 411 Post 

Berges & Escleses (Peter Berges and John Escleses) 
dairy, Russia Av, nr Vienna 

Berges. SeeBergez 

Bergevin Nelson L., salesman John Renz, r. 609 Na- 
toma 

Bergevin Peter, expressman. Pacific Mail SS. Co.'s 
Wharf, r. N s St. Rose, bet Ferrie and Collins 

Bergez John (Bergez & Klein) r. 1428 Jackson 

Bergez & Klein (John Bergez and Pierre Klein) 
proptrs Occidental Restaurant, 536 Washington 

Bergfeld Robert, carjoenter and builder, r. E 8 
Church, bet Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth 

Berjrgren Aii$fust, consul Sweden and Norway, 
office 406 Montgomery, r. 1113 Stockton 

Bergh Herman J., carpenter, r. 1211 Folsom, rear 

Berghauser Margaret, widow, r. 1319 Mason 

Berghgren Nils, tailor, r. 1206 Howard 

Berghofer Bridget Mrs., 274 Jessie 

Berghofer Bridget Mrs,, r. 644 Mission 

Berghold Charles V., waiter Schroth & Westerfeld, r. 
5 Cottage PI 

Bergholte Sophia, housekeeper, r. 2812 Laguna 

Bergin Eliza Miss, milliner Mrs. Julia Prescott, r. 40 
Moss 

Bergin Ellen Miss, r. 1520 Powell 

Bergin John, blacksmith helper Risdon I. and L. 
Works, r. 114 Jersey 

Bergin John, laborer, r. W s Jersey, bet Santa Clara 
and Solano 

Bergin John, laborer freight department Central Pac. 
RR. 

Bergin Mary T., widow, r. 1526 Powell 

Bergin Michael, attorney at law, 79 Montgomery Blk 

Bergin Michael W., groceries and liquors, NW cor 
Harrison and Bitch 

Bergin Patrick, cook What Cheer House ReBtaurant, 
r. 1126 Pacific 

Bergin Thomas I. (McAllister & Bergin) attorney at 
law, 38 and 39 Nevada Block, r. 2012 Jackson 

Bergin. See Bergen and Burgln 

Berglund Andrew, tailor, r. Is09 Jackson 

Berghmd Charles E., nuttapper Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 
742 Fourth 

Berglund Hans, carpenter, r. 38 Perry 

Berglund,JohanneB, seaman, r. 37 Pacific 



WINDOW SHADES. 



Manufacturer of fine WIXDOW 
SHADES for Private Resi- 
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Berglund Nils, boots and shoes, SlSJi Geary, r. 316 

O'Farrell, rear 
Bergman Alexander, master mariner, r. 428 Oak 
Bergman Charles, seaman schr Salamander, Fourth 

St. Wharf 
Bergman Frank, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bergman Julius, butcher John C. Germer, r. 511 Pac 
Bergmann Abraham, confectioner, r. 1435 O'Farrell 
Bergmann Adolph, confectioner, r. 612 Sacramento 
Bergmann August, assistant First School of the Ger- 
man School Union, r. NW cor Geary and Hyde 
Bergmann Henri, shoemaker Henry Thummler, r. 724 

Mission 
Bergmann Jacob (Frankenthal & Co.) r. 1603 Gough 
Bergmann Jacob, milk ranch, N s Filbert, bet Steiner 

and Pierce 
Bergmann Joseph, musician Tivoli Garden, r. 10 

Lewis 
Bergmann Louis, chiropodist, r. 807 Union 
Bergmann Louise Miss, dressmaker, 807 Union 
Bergner Henry, r. 735 Harrison 
Bergschicker William, brewer Jacob Adams, r. 628 

Broadway 
Bergson Charles, r. 704 Powell 
Bergson Emma L. Miss, assistant South Cosmopolitan 

Primary School, r. 312 Fulton 
Bergson Ole, carpenter, r. 312 Fulton 
Bergson Oscar A., molder, r. 312 Fulton 
Bergstein Marian, widow, r. 1439 Pine 
Bergstein Sigmund, conductor Sutter St. BB., r. 1439 

Pine 
Bergstrom Charles M., cook Bailey & Co., r. 10 Mason 
Bergstrom Frederick, tailor, r. 445 Bush 
Bergstrom John, organbuilder, W s California Av, 

bet Virginia and Esmeralda Avs, B. H. 
Bergwald Gustave, student, r. 268 Tyler 
Berhof A., merchant, r. 469 Minna 
Bering James E., teacher piano, r. 511 Lombard 
Bering J. H., helper G. & W. feuook, r. 511 Lombard 
Bering John P., bookkeeper D. M. Osborne & Co., r. 

511 Lombard 
Bei-itzhoff Alexander C, storekeeper U. S Internal 

Revenue, r. 636 Stevenson 
Beritzhoff Charles D., compositor New Age, r. 630 

Stevenson 
Beritzhoff Kittie Miss, saleswoman Mrs. M. A. Soper, 

r. (i'-H) .Stevenson 
Beritzhoff Mamie Miss, milliner, r. 630 Stevenson 
Berk Charles, machinist, r. W s Columbia, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 
Berk Maurice G., cigiir dealer, r. 700 California 
Berk. See Berke and Burke 
Beike Adolph. jeweler, r. 42n O'Farrell 
Berke Henrietta, widow, r. 420 O'Farrell 
Berkeley — , longshoreman Menzies, Bingham & Co. 
Berkeley (branch) Hailroad, J. O. B. Gunn secretary, 

office NE cor Towuseud and Fourth, room 1 
Berkeley Ferry, East, nr Washington 
Berkeley Ferry and Railroad Co., William Stuart 

secretary, 320 Sansome, room 12 
Berkeley Lund and Town Improvement Assn., Samuel 

A. Peuwell secretary, 050 Market, room 3 
Berkley Joseph M., whitener, r. 2 Valencia 
Berkling John, seaman burk Samoset, Mission St. 

Wharf 
Berkowitz Meyer, merchant, r. 732 Hayes 
Berkowitz Morris, clerk, r. 732 Hayes 
Berkowitz Rachel Mrs., dry goods, 1008 Stockton, r. 

732 Hayes 
Berkowitz Simon, shoemaker, 534 Pacific 
Berks Kate Mr8.,r. lu Rose Alley 
Berlach Maurice, clerk Walter Harris jc Co., r. 636 

Commercial 
Berli Salomon, Swiss Benev. 8oc., 109 Montgomery 
Berlin Charles, carpenter, r. SW cor Twenty-eighth 

and Church 
Berlin -Coloij^ne Insurance Co. (of Berlin) 

Hutchinson & Mann agents, 322 and 324 California 
Berlin Frederick A., attorney at law, 616 Cali- 

ifornia. rooms 1 and 2, r. 509 Powell 
Berlin Henry, traveling agent, r. 309 M Elm Av 
Berlin Simon N., salesman Ad. Lewis & Co., r. 1606 

California 
Berlin William, longshoreman, r. 31 Erie 
Berliner George, traveling salesman E. Adelsdorfer 

& Co., r. 2207 Devlsadero 
Berliner Henry, bookkeeper, r. 2207 Devisadero 
Berliner Herman A. (Marks & Berliner) r. 922 Mc- 
Allister 
Berliner Isadore, tailor, 528 Third • 



Berman Charles, r. 809 Stockton 

BermauT., seaman, r. 134 Steuart 

Bermauu Josie, widow, r. 908 Stockton 

Bermaun Otto, gents' furnishing goods, 502 Bush 

Bermann. See Behrmann 

Bermeri Giovanni, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washing- 
ton 

Bermingham Edmund R., clerk Thomas O'Connor, r. 
130 Eleventh 

Bermingham Elizabeth, domestic, 8 Liberty 

Bermingham Jolin, agent California and Mexi- 
can SS. Line, 10 Market, r. 611 Chestnut 

Bermingham John, policeman City Hall, r. 1008 Pao 

Bermingham Thomas, r. 130 Eleventh 

Bermingham Thomas I., hamessmaker, r. 130 
Eleventh 

Bermingham. See Birmingham 

Berna Frederick, deputy Tax Collector, r. 649 Third 

Bernal Antoni H., Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 
Montgomery 

Bernal Frederico, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, r. 730 
Montgomery 

Bernal Heights School, Cortland Av, bet Laurel At 
and Moultrie 

Bernal Joseph C, clerk L. J. Buffino & Co., r. SE cor 
Church and Seventeenth 

Bernal Manuel, clerk Lazard Freres, r. 806 Stockton 

Bernal Thomas, harnessmaker Stone & Hayden, r. SE 
cor Clay and Yerba Buena 

Bernamayou Grat, teamster, r. Lombard, bet Larkin 
and Polk 

Bernard Abraham C, r. 844 Jj Folsom 

Bernard Annie Miss, shoefitter, r. 28 Rausch 

Bernard Bernard, carpetdealer, r. 325 >4 Geary 

Bernard C. A. Mrs., r. '21 Ellis 

Bernard diaries, coffee and spice mills, 707 and 
709 Sansome, r. 312 Oak 

Bernard Charles, student Charles Bourquin, r. 1108 
Taylor 

Bernard Charles A., house and sign painter, 629 Mer- 
chant, r. 722 O'Farrell 

Bernard Charles H., clerk, r. 418 Sutter 

Bernard Chiude, porter Pacific Mail SS. Australia 

Bernard Counbot, milker Berges & Escleses, r. Russia 
Av, nr Vienna 

Bernard Elleu, widow, r. S s Eighteenth, bet Noe 
and Castro 

Bernard F., teamster Superintendent Streets 

Bernard Florence, expressman, r. 108 Lily Av 

Bernard Francis, carpenter and builder, 516 Kearny, 
r. 1515 Hyde 

Bernard Hannah Miss, shoefitter, r. 28 Rausch 

Bernard Harry, barber, 640 Market, r. 22 Mary 

Bernard Ida L. Miss, assistant Greenwich St. Primary 
Cosmopolitan School, r. 1515 Hyde 

Berndrd Isaac, tinware and crockery, 2214 Six- 
teenth 

Bernard James, machinist Pac. Rolling Mill, r. E s 
Illinois, bet Shasta and Napa 

Bernard James C, driver, r. 1306 Montgomery 

Bernard Johannah, widow, r. 28 Rausch 

Bernard John, capitalist, r. 17 Oak Grove Av 

Bernard John, laborer Eureka Warehouse, r. 180Jj 
Vandewater 

Bernard John, Master Mariners' Benev. Assn, Druids' 
Hall 

Bernard John, seaman schr Mary Fernandez, North 
Point Dock 

Bernard John F., porter A. B. Elfelt jc Co., r. 631 
O'Farrell 

Bernard John F. G., clerk, r. 17 Oak Grove Av 

Bernard John L., millhaud Capital Mills, r. 22 Wash- 
ington Av 

Bernard Joseph F., laborer, r. 1403 Mason 

Bernard Jules (Bernard & Pouzadoux) r. 325 J< Geary 

Bernard Louis, waiter New York Baths, r. 738 Pacific 

Bernard Marie Miss, r. 1108 Taylor 

Bernard Michel Nazare, manager leather dept Main 
& Winchester, r. l;i04,'<( Montgomery 

Bernard Ray Mrs., saleswoman Singer Manuf. Co., r. 
215 Seventh 

Bernard Uuloff, shipcarpenter, r. NW cor Mission 
and Main 

Bernard W. Robert, clerk George W. GibbR k Co., r. 
Oakland 

Bernard «Sc Pouzadoux (Jules Bernard and 
Louis Pouzadoux) furniture and carpets, 312 
Sutter 

Bernard. See Barnard, Bcnard and Bemhard 

Bernardasci Biagl, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont 



SAN FRANCISCO LAUNDRY 



GOOD WORK, LOW PRICES 

Office, 33 Geary St. 



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Bernard! Fraucois, pantryman G.Wittman & Co., r. 50 

Broadway 
Bernardi Giuseppe, r. 518 Pacific 
Bernasconi G., frescopainter, r. 623 Powell 
Bernaii Alec, waiter Henry Simon, r. 7 Dupont 
Berncott Michael, r. 1048 Buchanan 
Beruedc Jules, laundry, 1005 3<( Market 
Beruert Ferdinand, bricklayer, r. 902 Clay 
Bernert Ferdinand (Bernert & Schroeder) r. 21 Anna 
Bernert Frederick, bartender John C. Fiischeu 
Bernert & Schroeder (Ferdinand Bernert and Henry 

Schroeder) wines and liquors, 823 Market 
Bernvs Louis, cook, r. 621 Pacific • 

Bemet John, watchman, r. Thirtieth Av, nr San 

Bruno Road 
Bernliamer Harry, restaurant, 504 Market, r. 949 

Mission 
Bernhard August U., clerk U. Simons Sons & Cook, r. 

2214 Sixteenth 
Bernhard Btruhard (Stable & Bernhard) i. 215 Pros- 

pect PI 
Bernhard George Jr., barkeeper Hamilton & Sharp, 

r. 15 Twenty-second 
Bernhard Henry, watchman Martehstein & Doming, 

r. 256 Tehama, rear 
Bernhard Jacob, cabinetmaker, r. 615 Natoma 
Bernhard Joseph, stockbroker, 404 Montgomery, r. 

1601 Post 
Bernhard Peter D., barber Stable & Bernhard, r. 215 

Prospect PI 
Bernhard Robert, shipbroker, 302 California, room 4, 

r. 516 Lombard 
Bernhardt Charles, bookkeeper, r. 21 Anna 
Bernhardt Frank, upholsterer, r. 1322 Stockton 
Bernhaidt Joseph, r. 702 Pacific 
Bernhardt. See Benard, Bernard and Bernhard 
Bernhardv Gustavus, Merchants' Club, 112 Kearny, r. 

1915 Geary 
Bernheim A. (Einstein & Bemheim) r. San Ventura 
Bernheim Alfred, merchant, r. 1619 3ii Post 
Bernheim Edmund, confectioner Rothschild & Ehren- 

pfort, r. Ahlborn House 
Bemheim Maurice H., clerk Lebenbaum, Goldberg & 

Co., r. 1309 Larkin 
Bernhofer Mary, domestic 2220 Broadway 
Bernieri John (L. Raffctto & Co.) r. 1015 Washington 
Bernon Susan Mrs., r. 1029 Howard 
Bernstein Abraham, clerk Joseph Hiram, r. 324 Third 
Bernstein Abraham, mounter Bradley & Rulofson. r. 

791 Mission 
Bernstein Abraham, oyster saloon, 1142 Market, r. 712 

Ellis 
Bernstein Abraham, peddler, r. 225 Ritch 
Bernstein Alexander, fruits, 324 Third 
Bernstein Alexander, merchant, r. 712 Ellis 
Bernstein Annie Miss, hat trimmer Golden City Straw 

Works, r. 1843 Howard 
Bernstein Benjamin, cigarmaker, r. 1808 Post 
Bernstein David, tailor, 729 Folsom 
Bernstein Edward, clerk Elias Bernstein, r. 1765 How- 
ard 
Bernstein EliuB, furniture, 151 Third, r. 1765 Howard 
Bernstein George, manager Abraham Bernstein, r. 712 

Ellis 
Bernstein Henry, r. 1032}^ Folsom 
Bernstein Heyman, r. 423 Hyde 
Bernstein Hyman, junk dealer, 219 Ninth 
Bernstein Isaac, clerk Abraham Bernstein, r. 712 Ellis 
Bernstein Jacob A., salesman Henry Jacobs, r. 1113 

Stockton 
Bernstein Jennie Miss, instructress Singer Manuf. 

Co., r. 791 Mission 
Bernstein Joseph, r. 738 Tehama 
Bernstein Julius C, speculator, r. 354 Eleventh 
Bernstein Louis, expressman, r. 1765 Howard 
Bernstein Louis, salesman Solomon Bernstein, r. 807 

Mission 
Bernstein Louis N., clerk Jacob M. Cohn, r. 738 Te- 
hama 
Bernstein Marks, plumber Thomas Day, r. 712 Ellis 
Bernstein Max, clothing dealer, r. 408 Gough 
Bernstein Morris C, furniture dealer, r. 1843 Howard 
Bernstein Oscar, student, r. 712 Ellis 
Bernstein P. Mrs., widow, r. 408 Gough 
Bernstein Philip Rev., rabbi Congregation Shaarev 

Tzedek, r. 801 Powell 
Bernstein Rebecca, widow, r. 1229 Folsom 
Bernstein Samuel (Dixon & Bernstein) r. 1229 

Folsom 
Berstein Samuel, tailor, 791 Mission 



Bernstein Solomon, fancy goods, 38 Fourth, r. 807 

Mission 
Berstein Solomon, junkdealer Hyman Bernstein, r. 

219 Ninth 
Berntson Emanuel, driver L. J. Ewell, r. SE cor 

Vermont and Nevada 
Bernzott Frank (Bernzott & Kriikel) r. 628 Grove 
Bernzott & Kriikel (Frank Bernzott and Frank Krii- 
kel) liquor saloon, SE cor Main and Market 
Berolzhime J., bookkeeper Porter, Oppenheimer. 

Slessinger & Co., r. 219 Dupont 
Beronio .\ntonio, laborer American Sugar Refinery, r. 

17 Sonora 
Beronio Gaetano, proptr Roma Hotel, 818 Sansome 
Beronio Peter, blacksmith Eugene Soule, r. 818 San. 
Berotte Louis, upholsterer Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co., 

r. 810 Kearny 
Berozzo G., marblecutter IT. Grossini, 1049 Market 
Berre Thurien, laundry, 341 Third 
Berrill William W. T., patternmaker John J. Dunn, 

r. 942 Mission 
Berroa Andres, groceries, 1326}^ Dupont 
Berroa Espiridion, cigars and varieties, 12.35 Dupont 
Berry Augustus, bookkeeper Sanders' Hotel, SW cor 

Battery and Vallejo 
Berry Charles, longshoreman, r. N s Greenwich, bet 

Sansome and Montgomery, rear 
Berry Charles O., carpenter Union Box Factory ■ 
Berry Charles R., student, r. 311 Hyde 
Berry Dora Mrs., furnished rooms, 230 Turk 
Berry Edward, assayer, r. 6 Freelon 
Berry Edward T., drayman Sherman, Hyde & Co., r.W ' 

s Green, bet Webster and Fillmore 
Berry Edward W., foreman Spirit of the Times, r. 

Oakland 
Berry Enoch, night watchman, r. 1609 Mission 
Berry Freedom S., paper-collarmaker, r. 207 Post 
Berry Fulton N., clerk Liverpool and London and 

Globe Insurance Co., r. 2212 Howard 
Berry George, capitalist, r. 60U Bush 
Berry George H., painter, r. 30 Erie 
Berry George W., r. 10 Eleventh 
Berry Gideon M. Sirs., r. 1728 Tyler 
Berry Gordon G., captain Pacific Mail SS. Citj- of 

Peking, r. 515 Webster 
Berry Henry H., master mariner, r. 409 Folsom 
Berry James, laborer, r. SE cor Fifth Av and M, 

South S. F. 
Berry James, ship carpenter, r. 164 Silver "" -. 
Berry James Jr., brassfinisher, r. 164 Silver 
Berry James L.. livery stable, 552 Bryant, r. 309 Bush 
Berry John, baker Robert Stein, r. 1137 Folsom 
Berry John, carriagexsainter. r. Golden Gate Hotel 
Berry Joseph, plumber William R. Allen 
Berry Judith B. Mrs., furnished rooms, 109 Mont 
Berry Julia, widow, r. 137 Third 
Berry Lucretia, widow, r. 1419 Taylor 
Berry M., driver Sherman, Hyde ..v: Co., r. 423 Bush 
Berry Mary H. Mrs., r. 4 Grand PI 
Berry Michael, engineer, r. 82 Clementina 
Berry Michael, police otflcer City Hall, res 86 Everett 
Berry Nicholas B., printer Crowe & Cooke, r. NW cor 

Bryant and Second 
Berry Patrick, collector package freight Oakland 

Feriy, r. Oakland 
Berry Peter, bellman Palace Hotel, r. 109 Minna 
Berry Richard, baker Robert Stein, r. 1137 Folsom 
Berry Richard, housemover, r. 440 Fifth 
Berry Richard, second assistant engineer SS. Newbern, 

r. Oakland 
Berry T., laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Berry T. Brien, r. 845 Mission 
Berry Thomas, carpenter Cal. Planing Mills, r. 1723 

Jessie 
Berry Thomas H., operator Western Union Tel. Co., 

r. 2707 Bush 
Berry William, cook SS. Oregon, Folsom St. Wharf 
Berry William D., compositor Spirit of the Times, r. 

837 Folsom 
Berry W. O. M. (Berry & Place) r. Oakland 
Berry <fc Place (W. O. M. Berry and James F. Place) 
importers machines, and mill supplies, SW cor 
Market and Fremont, opj) Front 
Berry. See Barry and Bury 
Berry man -Arthur, miner, r. 130 Guerrero 
Berryman James, millwright, r. Brooklyn Hotel 
Berse Ann, widow, r. 1332 Dupont 
Berson A. & Son (Adolphe and Gustave), carpets and 

furniture, 710-714 Washington 
Berson Adolphe (A. Berson & Son) r. 429 Sutter 



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Berson Alexandrine Mrs., laundry, 429 Sutter 
Berson Gustave (A. Berson & Son) r. 429 Sutter 
Bert Bernard (Henry Schroder & Co.) r. Bordeaux 
Bert Charles, salesman C. & F. Maunian, r. NW cor 

Shotwell and Twentieth 
Bert Edwin G. jr., bartender C. A. McVey, r. 614 Capp 
Bert Ernest, r. Si. David's House 
Bert Eugene, compositor Taylor & Nevin, r. SW cor 

Twentieth and Mission 
Bert Frederick W., theatrical manager, r. 302 Seven- 
teenth 
Berta Achille, cook City and County Hospital 
Berta Antonieta, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Montgomery 
Berta Attila, salesman J. Marchi & Co., r. 1714 Dupont 
Berta Dominick, waiter Perini k Ferini, r. cor Sacra- 
mento and Stockton 
Berta Erminio, cook John Jury & Brother, r. 1714 

Dupont 
Berta Felice, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Montgomery 
Berta Giuseppe, waiter Campi's Restaurant 
Bertano Giusepiie, bootblack die Montgomery, r. 

Vallejb, bet Montgomery and Sansome 
Bertelacci Francis, widow, r. 518 Vallejo 
Borteling L. A. (Berteling & Watry) r. 519 Greenwich 
Berteling & Tl'atry (L. A. Berteling and N. 

Watry) opticians. 427 Kearny 
Bertelloni Ermauuo, liquor saloon, NE cor Seventh 

and Braunan 
Bertele Albert, Cabinetmakers' Union, 912 Market 
Bertelgen Adolph, clerk Lorentz Foard, r. 809 Stockton 
Bertelsen Morris, seaman, r. 26 Steuart 
Bertelsen Otto, clerk Lorentz Foard, r. Alameda 
Bertelsen Christian, boot and shoemaker, 8W cor 

York and Twenty-third 
Bertha Achille, r. 1305 Stockton 

Bertheau Cae.sar (Henry Balzer & Co.) r. 745 Tyler 
Berthelsen Charles, P.iinters' Pro. Union, 771 Market 
Berthelseu Peter, seaman, r. Keystone House 
Beithier A. Paul, physician, r. St. David's House 
Berthier Albert C, clerk, r. 1062 Howard 
Berthold Charles L., butcher, r. 14 Calhoun 
Berthold Louis, butcher G. Cuneo, r. 14 Calhoun 
Bertholdt B., stonecutter new City Hall, r. Alameda 
Berthon Eugene, clerk Elcho House, r. 863 !<i Market 
Berti George, fruits and vegetables, r. 1318J<S Pacific 
Bertin Alexandre, dyeing and scouring, 430 Bush, 143 

Poet, and 1205 Stockton, r. 430 Bush 
Bertin Leonce C, coftoe and spices, 627 Commercial, 

r. 902 Pacific 
Bertin Paneial, jeweler Cal. Jewelry Co., r. 1212 Polk 
Bertin Paul, upholsterer Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co., 

r. 471 Jessie 
Bertini Aniedeo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Bertini Ulderico, Italian Sharpshooters, 413 Bdwy 
Bertles Albert, cabinetmaker, S. F. Furniture Fac- 
tory, r. 30!^ Zoe 
Bertling Christ, r. German Hotel 

Bertody Charles, physician, office andr. 1005 Stockton 
Bertola Giuseppe, tanner, r. 818 Sansome 
Bertolani Pietro, groceries and liquors, NE cor Main 

and Folsom 
Bertolucci G. & Co. (Giuseppe Bertohicci and Lazzaro 

Granucci) proptrs Hotel de Lucca, 307 and 309 

Broadway 
Bertolucci Giuseppe(G. Bertolucci & Co.) r. 807 Bdwy 
Bert on F. t.^ Co. (Francis Berton and Edward Qal- 

liard) bank and assay office, 527 Clay 
Berton Flavins, cook Palace Hotel 
Berton Francis (F. Berton & Co.) and consul 

Switzerland and Portugal, 627 Clay, r. Grand Hotel 
Berton George, clerk F. Berton k Co., r. Grand Hotel 
Berton Paul, dyeing and cleaning, 1212 Polk 
Bertram A. Mr8.,burlerS. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. Black Point 
Bertram Annie, domestic 624 Ji Lombard 
Bertram Charles L., liquor saloon, 541 Jackson, r. 727 

Broadway 
Bertram Henry, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 1100 

Montgomery 
Bertram Henry, seaman schr H. L. Tiernan, Beale 

St. Wharf 
Bertram John, helper David Bush, r. 211 Eleventh 
Bertram John B., cook Edward Olilen, r. 605 Pine 
Bertram Thomas, plumber and gasfitter, 1017 Folsom, 

r. 219 Eleventh 
Bertrand Adolph, r. 309 Stockton 
Bertrand Alexander C, r. 14 Lafayette 
Bertrand Alfred, cook, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Bertrand Andrew, furrier, 309 Stockton 
Bertrand August, domestic 702 Lombard 



Bertrand B., blacksmith, r. 1220 Powell 

Bertrand David, oysterman R. R. Swain & Co., r. 6 

Ashburton PI 
Bertrand Denis, cook Henry Hoesch, r. 521 Union 
Bt-rtraud Jane, widow, r. 9 Ashburton PI 
Bertrand F. Joseph, liquor saloon, 30 Fremont, r. 413 

Folsom 
Bertrand Marius, laborer R. R. Swain k Co., r. 6 Ash- 
burton PI 
Bertrand Rosina, widow, seamstress, r. 21034 Perry 
Bertrandius A., carpenter, r. 409 Fourth '^ 

Bertsch Gottlieb, maltster Chicago Brewery, r. 1432 

Pine 
Bertucci Buigi, Italian Benev. Soc. 423 Washington 
Bertucci Salvatore, laborer Hart & Goodman, r. 437 

Green 
Bertz Jacob, cigar dealer, r. 2215 Fillmore 
Berwick Charles, r. 140 Fourth 
Berwick David, plumber Sutherland k Gray, r. 145 

Silver 
Berwick Robert C, butcher, NW cor Clay and Taylor 
Berwick William, plumber, r. 1133 Clay, rear 
Berwick William B., se:iman, r. E s Wool, bet Cort- 

liind Av and Lincoln, B. H. 
Berwin Emanuel, assistant bookkeeper P. Berwin k 

Brother, r. 1320 Tyler 
Berwin Herman B., salesman P. Berwin & Brother, r. 

1320 Tyler 
Berwin Louis D., tailor, 1061 Market 
Bertvin P. «&BrotUer (Pincus Berwin) importers 

hats and caps. 111 Battery 
Berwin Pincus (P. Berwin & Brother) r. 1320 Tyler 
Berzinger Daniel, baker, r. E s Howard, bet Twen- 
tieth and Twenty-first 
Besby Henry, bartender Asa A. Porter, r. 314 Ivy Av 
Besceke Wilhelm, painter, r. 1906 Larkin 
Beschormann Adolph, carpetlayer Schlueter & Vol- 

berg, r. 520 Jessie 
Beschormann Augustus H., salesman Eoch & Rogers, 

r. 18 Taylor 
Beschormann Charles F., mailing clerk California 

Demokrat, r. 312 Post 
Beschormann Otto, upholsterer, r. 520 Jessie 
Beeendorf M., sawyer Kragen & Geist, r. 322 Ritch 
Besenthal Ernst, cook California Restaurant, r. Occi- 
dental Lodging House 
Besenthal Herman, waiter, r. Occidental Lodging 

House 
Beslev Henry C, master mariner, r. 15 Howard 
Besse Joseph O., salesman Verdier, Moreau & Co., r. 

W s Broderick, bet California and Sacramento 
Bessemer Henry L., chemist, r. 1587 Turk 
Bessette H. N., laborer Southern Pac. RR., r. 214 Lin- 
den Av 
Bessing Joseph, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 724 

Mission 
Bessman Charles, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Besson Camille, widow, dressmaker, r. 1191 Harrison 
Besson Frederick L., sash and doorniaker, r. 1122 Miss 
Besson G. G.. paper carrier, r. 6 Clara Lane 
Besson J., ssshmaker Uriah Segars. r. 1140 Mission 
Besson Julia Mrs., dressmaker, r. 1122 Mission 
Besson Joseph, hackman, r. 356 Third, rear 
Best Albert W.. carriage painter, 70 and 72 New Mont- 
gomery, r. 7 Rausch 
Best & Belcher Mininfj: Co. (Storey Co., Nev.) 
William Willis secretary, office 28 Nevada Block 
Best George, driver Sutter St. RR., r. 1110 Larkin 
Best James, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn., 71 New Mont. 
Best John, office furniture, 405>j California, r. Ala- 
meda 
Best John T., clerk Light House Engineer, 120 Sutter, 

r. 319 Fremont 
Best Mary Mrs., dressmaker, r. 109 Vallejo, rear 
Best William, stairbuilder, r. 516 Leavenworth 
Bester John H., liquor saloon, 643 Jackson, r. 4 Val- 
lejo PI 
Besthoru Christopher, machinist Cal. Tool Works, 

r. German Hotel 
Bcsthorn George, painter, r. 539 O'Parrell 
Besthorn Herman, liquor saloon, 7 Stevenson 
Besthoru Herman, shoemaker, 206 Post, r. 9 William 
Boston John, deckhand stmr Harriet. Jackson St. Wharf 
Bcstor Henry T., architect, 652 Market, r. 1921 Sutter 
Betche Charles, machinist John G. lis, r. 6 Bernard 
Betger Charles E., jeweler, r. 736 Green 
Betger Edward, bootmaker, 543 Merchant, r. 736 Green 
Betger Gustave, clerk J. J. Pflster & Co., r. 736 Green 
Beth AflolpI^ wines and liquors, SE cor Post and 
Kearny, r. 1611 J<i Dupont 



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Beth Theodore, steward, r. 16m4 Dupont 

Bethel George, waiter Pacific Coast SS. Los Angeles, 

r. 405 Beale 
Bethel Thomas W. , sergeant police City Hall, r. 605 

Fell 
Bethje Theodore, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Betkowski Ellen, widow, r. 23 Silver 
Betkowski John, baker, r. 2009 Hyde 
Betkowski Martin, marblecutter William Black, r. 

618 Minna 
Betsche August, cooper David Woerner, r. 513 Pacific 
Bettelheim A. S. Rev. Dr., rabbi Mason St. Synagogue 

r. 1311 Larkin 
Bettelheim Paul, clerk, r. 1311 Larkin 
Bettelin Brother Rev., president St. Mary's College, 

E s Mission, four miles from old City Hall 
Bettencourt Caesar A., barber A. Grimm, r. 333 Val- 

lejo 
Bettencourt Frank, pantryman SS. Humboldt, r. 1406 

Kearny 
Bettencourt J. de Sonsa, physician, office and r. 232 

Sutter 
Bettencourt Joseph S. C, barber Ferdinand Sands, r. 

912 Howard 
Bettencourt Manuel S., barber John B. Bell, 149 Fifth 
Bettencourt Sostenes, editor El Tecolote, r. 641 

Vallejo 
Bettes Otis J., blacksmith and wagorunaker, 1434 

Jackson, r. 1808 Larkin 
Bettini Antonio, umbrellamaker Mrs. Maria Yeager, 

r. 118 Geary 
Bettinsen Henry F., seaman bark Sea Breeze, Main 

St. TVharf 
Bettis Henry, printer Neville & Co., r. 1808 Larkin 
Bettje Theodore A. J., clerk John Niemann, r. 413 

Jones 
Bettman Gustav M., bookkeeper, r. 1355 Post 
Bettman Moses, soap manuf, 311 Commercial, r. 1355 

Post 
Bettman Sigmund M., clerk Moses Bettman, r. 1355 

Post * 

Bettraminetti Angelo, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont 
Betts James M., surveyor Sanborn Map and Publish- 
ing Co. (limited) 420 California, room 6, r. 2930 

Howard 
Betts Orrington, secretary Pacific Stock Tel. 

Co., 113 LeideBdorfi',r.647 Campbell, West Oakland 
Betts Peter M., vice-president Betts Spring Co., 218 

Fremont, r. Oakland 
Betts Spring Co., William M. Betts president, 

Peter M. Betts vice-president, Edwin Fritwell sec- 
retary, 218 and 220 Fremont 
Betts William, springmaker Betts Spring Co., r. 629 

Minna 
Betts William M., president Betts Spring Co., 

218 Fremont, r. Oakland 
Betty George J., student Heald's Business College 
Betz Joseph, foreman L. Siebenhauer & Co., r. 171 

Sixteenth 
Betzel Isidor S., bookkeeper Held Brothers & Co., r. 

1909 Bush 
Betzel Louis, manuf boys clothing, 125 Sansome, 

. room 39, r. 1909 Bush 
Betzner Philip, laborer John A. Hef er, r. corRitch and 

Harrison 
Betzold Jacob, butcher Charles F. Wagner, r. cor 

Thirteenth Av and N, South S. F. 
Betzold Matthias (Betzold & Nieman) r. 418 O'Farrell 
Betzold & Nieman (Matthias Betzold and Henry Nie- 
man) bakers, 418 O'Farrell 
Beucler Julius J., laundryman William Hughes, r. 

cor Second and Stevenson 
Beulche Louis, teacher music, r. 1016 Market 
Beury Gaston, marble cutter, r. California Hotel 
Beutler Emily, widow, r. 1111 Jones 
Beutler Ferdinand, machinist, r. Turk St. Hotel 
Betitler Frank B., foreman George W. Clark, r. 129 

Turk 
Beutler Rebecca Mrs., r. 112 Turk 
Bevans Isaac, porter, r. 10 White 
Bevans Isaac L., clerk Record Office, Superior Court 

Department No. 10, r. 921 McAllister 
Bevans James, with U. S. Restaurant, r. Coso House 
Bevell Harry B., machinist Pacific Mail SS. Co., r. 8 

Park Av 
Bevell Richard M., laborer, r. 8 Park Av 
Bevell R. M. Mrs., widow, r. 8 Park Av 
Bevell William T., stock driver, r. 8 Park Av 
Bever Nellie, widow, seamstress, r. SE cor Bartlett 

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Beveridge George F.,clerk King & Rodger8,r. 2205 De- 

visadero 
Beveridge Horatio, clerk Falkner, Bell & Co.. r. 2108 

Jackson 
Beveridge Joseph W., clerk King & Rodgers, r. 2205 

Devisadero 
Beverly John, salesman Terwilliger & Fink, r. 1815 

Jones 
Beversen Brothers (Martin and Carston) groceries and 

liquors, 570 Mission 
Beveisen Brothers (Martin and Henry) groceries and 

liquors, SEcor Seventh and Stevenson 
Beversen Carsten (Beversen Brothers) r. 568 Mission 
Beversen Henry (Beversen Bros.) r. 17 Seventh 
Beversen Henry, clerk John D, Feldmann, r. 765 Fol- 

sum 
Beversen Martin (Beversen Bros.) r. 568 Mission 
Bevilockway Louis M., machiuist Fulton Iron Works, 

r. 49 Stanly PI 
Bevin Benjamin, r. Ill Natoma 
Bewley Clifton L., salesman, r. 609 Hyde 
Bewley William J., clerk, r. 618 California 
Bey Gottlieb, baker, r. 24!^ Howard Court 
Beyer Adolph, liquor saloon, 238 Sixteenth 
Beyer Christian, r. SW cor Powell and Bay 
Beyer George, liquor saloon, SW cor Powell and Bay 
Beyer Julius, bottlemaker, r. 8 Heron 
Beyer Louis H., barber, 1330 Diipont, r. 625 Vallejo 
Beyer Mary, widow, r. 625 Vallejo 
Beyer William E. C. (Sample ft Beyer) r. Oakland 
Beyer. See Buyer and Byer 

Beyerle Ernest, brasier John G. lis, r. 916 Jackson 
Beyersdorf John, mechanical engineer, r. 252 Spear 
Beyersdorf Louis (Beyersdorf & McCrillis) r. 20 Sec 
Beyersdorf & McCrillis (Louis Beyersdorf and B. F. 

McCrillis) liquor saloon, 842 Market 
Beynon David, rougher Pac. Rolling Mill, r. SW oor 

Sierra and Georgia 
Bez Charles, brassfinisher S. F. Brass Works, r.lBii 

Washington Av 
Bez Mary Mrs., r. 15}.^ Washmgton Av 
Bezi Bernard, tripeman Francis Larroche, r. Fifth 

Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 
Bezzine Jules, Swiss Bencv. Soc, 109 Montgomery 
Biagi D. & Co. (Domenico Biagi and Bartholomew 

N. Trobock) produce commission, NW cor Wash- 
ington and Sansome 
Biagi Domenico (D. Biagi & Co.) r. 524 Pine 
Biagi Pasquale, vegetable dealer, r. 741 Vallejo 
Biagiui Casimir, wagonmaker Giuseppe Massone, r. 

623 Front 
Biagini Florinde, coal dealer, r. 6 Bartol 
Biayini Filippo, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Biagini Jacobo, blacksmith Giusipp« Massone, r. 

Broadway, bet Montgomery and Kearny 
Biagio Traverso, laborer, r. 612 Broadway 
Bian William, teamster, r. 20 Page 
Bianca August, cabinetmaker Gilbert & Moore, r. 1224 

Dupont 
Bianea Nicholas, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Biancalana Leonardo (Marsili & Co.) r. 11 Broadway 
Biancalana Mateo, laborer Joseph Giusti, r. 24 Ohio 
Biancaloni Felix, expressman, r. 527 Green 
Bianchi Alexandre, tailor, r. 5 Gaven 
Bianchi Americo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Bianchi Angelo, stonecutter Daniel Sheerin, r. 974 

Bryant 
Bianchi Antonetta, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash. 
Bianchi Batista L., Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Mont 
Bianclii Cliarle.s, marble works, 1250 Market (and 

L. J. Ruffino & Co.) r. 974 Bryant 
Bianchi Eugenio, teacher vocal music, r. 765 Market 
Bianchi Giovanni B., r. 506 Union 
Bianchi Giuseppe, maccaronimaker Ravenna, Ghirar- 

delli & Co., r. Colombo Hotel 
Bianchi Giuseppe, woodcarver, r. 952 Mission, rear 
Bianchi Luigl, seaman, r. 1 Varennes, rear 
Bianchi Pietro, foreman L. J. Ruffino & Co., r. 974 

Bryant 
Bianchi Pietro, vegetable dealer, r. 1723 Hyde 
Bianchi Verginio, stableman Marsili & Co., r. 820 

Broadway 
Bianchino Angelo, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash. 
Bianci John, carpenter John Drouilhat 
Bianconi Inocento, saw-filing and grinding, 2420 Post 
Biandri Joseph, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Bianinia Giovanni, laborer Sea Wall 
Biaratu Nicholas, fisherman, Front St.Wharf 
Biaratu Peter, fisherman. Front St.Wharf 
Biarnez Amaris, laundry, 918 Larkin 



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Biamez Aristide, laundryman Amaris Biamez, r. 918 ! 

Larkin 
Biart Henry G. (Foubert & Biart) r. 551 Tehama 
Biazinia Barlholomeo, laborer Sea Wall 
Biazlnia Peter, laborer Sea Wall 
Bibb A. H. Mrs., assistant Hayes Valley Grammar 

School, r. Washington, nr Fillmore 
Blbb'T Sarah, widow, ladies' nurse, r. 609Ji Howard 
Bibbins George W., attorney at law, r. Cosmopolitan 

Hotel 
Bibbins Tracy L. (Bibbins & Townsend) r.lll6 Sac. 
Bibbins & Townsend (Tracy L. Bibbins and W. 

Townsend) mining agency, 314 Bush 
Bibby Alfred, office 3 Kearny, r. San Rafael 
Bibeau Isai, blacksmith, SE cor Mission and Eugenia 
Bibelieh Joseph, cocik Antone Bacci, r. 212 Brannan 
BibtT Adam, < igarettemaker John Bollman & Co., r. 

409 Washington 
Biber Bertha Mrs., dressmaker, 1003 Powell 
Biber George, r. ll'03 Powell 
Bibergall Jacob, peddler, r. 1104 Pacific 
Bibo Emil, clerk Schoenholz Bros. & Co., r. 1913 Fill- 
more 
Bibo Samuel (Schoeholz Bros. & Co.) r. 1913 Fillmore 
Bice Bei:ancia. widow, r. 1519 Stockton. 
Bice James (Teague & Bice) r. 118 Eddy 
Bicbard C. N., clerk Nicholas Bichard, r. 365 First 
Bichard Nicholas, coal, 16 and IS Howard, r. 365 

First 
Bichenberg Peter, master schr Minnette, r. 418 Bdwy 
Bick Robert, upholsterer, 209 Mason, r. 16 Anna 
Bickel Madeline, widow, r. 28 Halght 
Bickford Clarence E., clerk Rudolf Hochkofler, r. 524 

Jones 
Bickford Edward, machinist, r. 164 Clementina 
Bickford Leonard H., wheelwright, r. Marjland, nr 

Girard 
Bickford Thomas M., engineer J. Spaulding & Co., r. 

37 J4 Fifth Av 
Bickford William H., machinist, r. 164 Clementina 
Bickier Lucas, restaurant, 648 Fourth 
Bickmore George, carpenter, r. 3^ Dale PI 
Bicknell Bertha A. Miss., assistant South Cosmopoli- 
tan Grammar School, r. 138 McAllister 
Bicknell Isaac, boarding, 138 McAllister 
Bickuell James N., steward. 606 Stockton 
BidJick James, carpenter, r. 21 Rausch, rear 
Bi.ldle Samuel E. (Biddle k Douglass) r. 2019 Miss 
Biddle t!k Douglass (Samuel E. Biddle and Wil- 
liam A. Douglass) commlBSion merchants and 
dealers farm aud dairy produce, 123 Washington 
Biddolph James E., clerk Louis Hartter, r. 619 Miss 
Bidekoff August, barber, 129 Third, r. 442 Jessie 
Bidinger William, barber, Adolph Coleman, r. Chica- 
go Hotel 
Bidlack William W., physician, office and r. 771 Miss 
Bidleman Knoch G., bookkeeper E.Martin & Co., r. 

Alameda 
Bidleman William A., salesman E. Martin & Co., r. 

211 Thirteenth 
Bidwell H. C, office 312 Montgomery 
Bidwell John E., salesman E. Mansbach & Co., r. 15 

Kincon PI 
Bidwell Richard, policeman City Hall, r. 833 Sutter 
Bidy Hannah, widow, r. 1831 Mission 
Biebcr Julius, manuf gents underwear, 22 Sansome, 

r. 335 Turk 
Biedeubach August, liquor saloon, NE cor Third and 

Mission, r. 140 Silver 
Biedermann Charles, clerk Fred Estrada, r. 1015 Leav 
Biedermaun Emllnda, widow, r. 1015 Leavenworth 
Biedermann Louis (Biedermann k Bauer) r. 625 Stev 
Biedrmiann & Bauer (Louis Biedermaun and Adolph 

C. Bauer) restaurant, IfiO Third 
Blehl Herman, seaman, r. Keystone House 
Biebl John, porter Charles Fox, r. 1026 Clay 
Blehl. See Beale 

Bielawski Casimlr, draftsman U. 8. Surveyor-Gener- 
al's Office, r. 1.515 Clay 
Bieleck Adam, tailor, r. 339 Sixth 
Bielf ck Francis MisB, seamstress A. Bieleck, r. 339 

Sixth 
Bieleck H. Mrs., midwife, r. 339 Sixth 
Bielenberg Peti-r H., groceries and licjuors, 31 Tehama 
Bieler Adolph, tailor J. Wlsluzil, r. 1222 Kearny 
Bieler Mary Miss, instructress Singer Manuf. Co. r. 

623 Howard 
Bielski Max (Bielskl & Mannheim) r. 508 Grove 
Bielskl & Mannheim (Max Bielski and Abraham 
Mannheim) dairy produce, 13 Centre Market 



Bien Joseph, locksmith and machinist, 412 Commer- 
cial, r. 1216 Pierce 
Bien. See Bean 

Bienenfeld Bernard, student, r. 1015 Larkin 
Bienenfeld Elias, dry nnd fancygoods, 1015 Larkin 
Bienenfeld Herman, clerk Elias Bienenfeld, r. 1015 

Larkin 
Bienenfeld James, cigarmaker Max Heymann, r. 450 

Jessie 
Bientz Charles, waiter, r. 221 Minna 
Bientz Reinhard, waiter :aulmau & Laueusteiu, r. 221 

Minna 
Bier William, blacksmith Joshua Hendy, r. 41734 

Clementina 
Biera Guadalupe Mrs., r. 4 Pollard PI, rear 
Bierbrauer Charles Jr., porter Wieland Bros., r. 718 

Bryant 
Bierbrauer John, cabinetmaker, r. 718 Bryant 
Bierce Albert S., sweep cellar operative melter and 

refiner's dept U. S. Mint, r. Oakland 
Bierre Ambrose G., journalist, 522 California, r. San 

Rafael 
Biermanu Julian, bakery, 1216 Pacific 
Biers Charles H.. cabinetmaker Edward Elihn, r. 116 

Gilbert 
Biers.^hwale Charles, cabinetmaker, r. Thirtieth Av, 

bet N aud P, South S. F. 
Biesta Frederico, clerk Italian Consul, 525 Front, r. 

331 Montgomery 
Blester William, steward schr Clara Light, Harrison 

St. Wharf 
Biesterfeldt Oscar, r. Turk St. Hotel 
Big Prize Mining Co. (Humboldt Co., Nevada) Wil- 

liam Letts Oliver secretary, 328 Mont., room 13 
Bigaze Louis A., agent Thomas M. Antisell & Co.'s 

pianos, 1227 Stockton 
Bigby T., hostler N. B. and Mission RR. 
Bigelow Charles L. (Bigelow & Morris) r. 204 Ellis 
Bigelow Clara J. Mrs., assistant Columbia St. Primary 

School, r. 228 Shotwell t 

Bigelow Cornelius, millwright, r. 210 Langton 
Bigelow Daniel, lamplighter S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 

154 Langton 
Bigelow Daniel, planer, r. 210 Langton 
Bigelow Daniel, steamfitter, r. 210 Langton 
Bigelow Francis H., compositor Evening Bulletin, r. 

.530 Bryant 
Bigelow H. B. (Holcomb Brothers & Co.) r. New 

Haven, Coun. 
Bigelow Henry D., r. 1008 Green 

Bigelow Henry H., general agent Home Mutual In- 
surance Co., 406 California, r. 1008 Green 
Bigelow Jacob E., engineer, r. 1122 Larkin 
Bigelow Joiiuthan E., insurance agent, 409 California, 

r. 228 Shotwell 
Bigelow Joseph E., engineer, r. 1122 J^ Larkin 
Bigelow Louis, driver City RR., r. 1807 Mission 
Bigelow Samuel C, capitalist, 314 California, r. NW 

cor Steiucr aud McAllister. 
Bigelow S. H. Mrs., assistant Clement Grammar 

School, r. 1830 Bush 
Bigelow William J., baggagemaster Southern Pac.RR. 
Biifeloiv t"b Morris (Charles L. Bigelow and Wll- 

lard B. Morris) successors to Perry Edwards, 

proptrs Western Iron Works, Iron doors, shutters, 

iron founders, iron railings, etc., 316 and 318 

Mission 
Biggen Daniel, stockdriver; r. 26 Bluxome 
Biggen James, glassblower. r. 26 Bluxome 
Biggen John, laborer, r. 26 Bluxome 
Biggen John Jr., salesman, r. 26 Bluxome 
Bigger Ah'xander, steward Pacific Mail 38. Co., r. 

1806 Stevenson 
Bigger John G., porter Pacific Mail 8S. City of 

Panama 
Bigger William H., porter Spear, Meade 4 Co., r. 38 )j 

Louisa 
Biggey F.. r. 12 Clara 

Blggi Nache, dump cart, r. 1813 Stockton, rear 
Biggins Patrick, projttr Haight House, 632 Brannan 
Biggins Thomas, laborer, r. E s Potrero Av, bet Kl 

Dorado and Sixteenth 
Biggins Thomas A., fireman stmr Mary B. Williams, 

r. Main, nr Harrison 
Biggs A. R. (estate) liquor saloon and cigarstand, SW 

cor Sansome and Pine 
Biggs A. R. Mrs., widow, r. 2922 Clay 
Biggs David, butcher Poly, Heilbron & Co., r. cor 

First Av and Kentucky. South 8. F. 
Biggs Harry Clinton, deputy County Clerk, r. 2922 Clay 



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BiRgs Hugh, laborer Pac. Rolling Mill, r. N s 
Sierra, bet Maryland and Louisiana 

Biggs Jesse E., r. 1111 Jones 

Biggs John E., proptr Flume House, E s San Bruno 
Road, bet Twentj'-sixth and Twenty-seventh 

Biggs RobPrt, r. 3 Tay 

Biggs William, vaquero Poly, Heilbron & Co., r. cor 
Nineteenth Av and N, South S.F. 

Biggy John, expressman, cor Market and Ellis, r. fi05 
Ash Av 

Biggy John J., brassfinlsher, r. .523 Howard 

Biggy Terrence, watchman N. B. and Mission RR. 
stables, r. 523 Howard ^ 

Biggy William J., marker S. F. Laundry, r. 523 How. 

Bigham (Jharles, fishmonger, r. 229 Miuna 

Bigham Fred J., r. 2112 Van Ness Av 

Bigio Giovanni, Garibaldi Guard Armory, 423 
Broadway 

Bigley Augusta, domestic 1923 Geary 

Bigfley Brothers (Daniel and George) groceries and 
provisions, NE cor Clay and Davis 

Bigley Daniel (Bigley Brothers) r. 619 Nineteenth 

Bigley Ella Miss, copyist Superior Court, Depart- 
ment No. 9, r. 402 Tyler 

Bigley George (Bigley Brothers) r. 215 Eleventh 

Bigley James, laborer, r. 25 Nevada, rear * 

Bigley Jennie Mi.ss, teacher Silver St. Primary 
School, r. b32 Mission 

Bigley John, helper melter and refiners' dept V. S. 
Mint, r. 229 Capp 

Bigley John A., ga8fitter,r. 25 Nevada, rear 

Bigley John George, clerk Bigley Brothers, r. 229 
Capp 

Bigley Josephine T. Miss, copyist County Recorder, 
r. 402 Tyler 

Bigley Mary Jane Mrs., r. 1213 Green 

Bigley Thomas, shipwright, r. 402 Tyler 

Bignaml Celestine Mrs., dressmaker, r. 531 Post 

Biguami Frank, woodcarver, r. 531 Post 

Bign6 Pierre, nurse, French Hospital 

Bigne Vincent (G. Wittman & Co.) r. liOTH Powell 

Bignell Henry, teamster Alexander Waugh & Co. 

Biguiui Daniel, cook Bocken & Baccala. r. 2 Tele- 
graph PI 

Bignoti Giacomo, stableman, r. 9 Lafayette PI 

Bignotti John, vegetables, 47 Colombo Market 

Biguotti Luisa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 

Bigsby Charles, insurance agent, r. 436 Green 

Bigsby Wesley N., horse trader, r. 20 J^ Garden 

Bihau Napoleon, salesman A. Levy & Co., r. 215 Stev. 

Bilay Anthony F., manager Lachman & Jacobi, SE 
cor Second and Mission, r. 4 Ridlev 

Bilay Hugo, silversmith Schulz & Fischer, r. 4 Ridley 

Bileck Adam, tailor, r. 1007 Harrison 

Bileck Hermine, midwife, r. 1007 Harrison 

Bill Conrad, restaurant, 29 Drumm 

Bill Conrad, upholsterer, r. 7 Card Alley 

Bill George ( Tyson & Bill ) r. 1432 Jackson 

Bill Jacob, butcher, r. 663 Minna 

Bill Philip, r. 29 Bitch 

Bill William A., agent Dwight S. Weaver, r. 746 
Howai'd 

Billauy John, car conductor, r. 42 Clara 

Billeck Paul, salesman L. Lebenbaum & Co.. r. 339 
Sixth 

Billings Mrs., shoefitter Buckingham & Hecht 

Billings David R. (D. R. Billings & Co.) r. 7 Tele- 
graph PI 

Billings D. R. & Co. (David R. Billings and G. E. 
Cook) groceries and liquors, 1311 Stockton 

Billings Edward P. mailing clerk Resources of Cali- 
fornia, r. 230 Minna 

Billings George A., clerk, r. 718 Turk 

Billings George E. ( Billings, Harbourne & Co.) r. 
1612 Clay 

Billings, Harbourne & Co. ( George E. Billings, John 
W. Harbourne and Alexander M. Robertson) 
books and stationery, 3 Montgomery 

Billings Joseph, seaman Pacific Coast SS. Newport 

Billings Kate, widow, r. 55 Minna 

Billings Tillie Mrs., r. 14 Turk 

Billingsley William, coachman, r. 1300 Taylor 

Billon M., Tailors' Pro. Union, SW. cor Kearny and 
Morton 

Bils Carl, museum, 623 and 625 Clay, r. Swiss Hotel 

Bilse Adolph, with Phoenix and Home Insurance Co., 
r. .304 Lily Av 

Bllty Douglas, clerk William York, r. 1420 Powell 

Binard George, barber, r. .312?^ Nineteenth 

Binck John, painter, r. 1818 Scott 



Binder Charles, clerk H. P. Wakelee & Co., r. 34 Ellis 

Bine Leon (Bine & Georges) r. 1012 Geary 

Bine Solomon, importer and retail trimmings 

and fancy goods, 130 Kearny, r. 1006 Geary 
Bine k Georges (Leon Bine and Hippolyte Georges) 

merchant tailors. 119 Sutter 
Bineaud Leon, hairdresser and wigmaker, 817 Clay 
Biuet John, bellowsmaker Henry McKeune & Co., r. 

Minna, bet Third and Fourth 
Biuet Joseph L., carpenter, r. S s Twenty-fifth, bet 

Chattanooga and Dolores 
Bing George, barber Hammam Baths, 13 Dupont 
Bin^tham .•Vlexander, wircworker Cal. Wire Works Co., 

r . 435 Pine 
Bingham Edward T. (M. W. Hanks & Co.) r. 137 Mont- 
gomery 
Bingham Henry (Menzies, Bingham k Co.) r. 1808 

Dupont 
Bingham Lindsley G., bookkeeper L. P. Fisher, r. 

921 O'Farrell 
Bingham Maria McDougal, widow, r. 921 O'Farrell 
Bingham William Francis, mail clerk Evening Post, 

r. 2929 Sacramento 
Single William, carpenter, r. 1633 Eddy 
Bingler Hannah, domestic 335 Eddy 
Bingley R. C. (Smart & Co.) r. Oakland 
Bini Giuseppe, maccaroni baker Louis Valente, r. 216 

Broadway 
Bink Anthony, carriagemaker, 1711 Mission, r. 22 

Turk 
Binney H. M., barge pilot Cal. Transportation Co., 

Jackson St. Wharf 
Binning Herman, blacksmith, r. 105 Eighth 
Binna Conrad, plumber, r. 2.528 Bryant 
Biocina Nicholas, porter P. G. Sabatle & Co., r. 257 

Stevenson 
Biorna N., Austrian Military and Benev. Assn., 310 

O'Farrell 
Birabent Marc A., r. 724 Filbert 
Birbe Henry, butcher, r. Eleventh Av, nr Railroad 

Av, South S. F. 
Birbe Heury C, salesman Michelssen, Brown & Co., 

r. Eleventh Av, bet N and O, South S. F. 
Birch Augustine, fisherman, r. 715 Davis 
Birch Harry, assistant bookkeeper Landers & Co., r. 

424 O'Farrell 
Birch Henry, stevedore, r. 402 Vallejo 
Birch Lawrence (Bartlett Burr& Co.) r. 49 Clay 
Birch Samuel, gardener, r. W s Castro, bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth 
Bireh Thomas J., bookkeeper Daily Examiner, r. 616 

Filbert 
Birch William, r. 1048 Folsom 
Birch William A., bookkeeper H. H. Noble & Co., r. 

913 Sacramento 
Birch William H., proptr California Machine 

Works, 119 Beale. r. 1906 Laguna 
Birch W. Walter, machinist William H. Birch, r. 1906 

Laguna 
Birch. See Burch 

Birchell Edmund, fruits and vegetables, 1603 Eddy 
Bird Albert B., r. 710 Vallejo 
Bird.\licia, widow, r. 1555 Kearny 
Bird Edward, coal passer Pacific Coast SS. Orizaba 
Bird Ellen, domestic 542 Turk 
Bird Fran.is P., r. 710 Vallejo 
Bird Franklin, carpenter, r. 1309 Jacksen 
Bird Henry, apprentice Pac. Saw Manuf. Co., r. 708 

Lombard 
Bird Henry C, boltmaker Pac. Rolling Mill, r. 36 

Park Av 
Bird James, patternmaker, r. 20 Sherwood PI 
Bird John F.. clerk John Skerrett, r. 439 Clementina 
Bird Julius, shoemaker, r. 120 Shipley 
Bird Margaret, domestic 920 Plue 
Bird Mary, widow, r. 20 Sherwood PI 
Bird Nelson J., physician, office and r. 1061 Mission 
Bird Patrick, fireman, r. 23 Welsh 
Bird Pittrick F., bookkeeper C. Curtin, r. 717 Natoma 
Bird Peter, seaman Oregon SS. Geo. W. Elder, Folsom 

St. Wharf 
Bird Richard, laborer freight dept Central Pac. RR., 

r. 125 Clinton, rear 
Bird Susanna, widow, r. 908 Lombard 
Bird Thoma.s, liquor saloon, 329 Third 
Bird Ushin, lamplighter South Pac. Coast RR. 
Bird W. Mrs., costumer, r. 715 Howard 
Bird Wilson, clerk, r. 715 Howard 
Bird Williams Mrs., matron S. F. Surgical Home for 

Women, r. 516 Sutter 



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Birdman Christina, cook, NW cor California and 

Taylor 
Birdsall — , bookkeeper W. & J. Sloane, r. Oakland 
Birdsall David H.. traveling BalcBmau, r. 8 Jj Harriet 
Birdsall Elizabeth, widow, r. 765 Harrison 
Birdsall George, policemau City Hall, r. 320 Ritch 
Birdsall Gertrude Mr8.,r. 620 Pine 
Birdsall Jacob, roofer Henry G. Fiske 
Birdsall William, restaurant keeper, r. 730 Howard 
Birdsall Zephariah, wagonnjaster Wells, Fargo & Co., 

r. 821 Green 
Birdseye John, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
Birge Frederick E. (De Groot, Birge & Co.) r. 2118 

Van Ness Av 
Birge H. N., waiter SS. Newbern, Folsom St. Wharf 
Birge James J., dentist, oflSce and r. 313 Kearny 
Birkeland Mouson J. (Stewart & Birkelandjr. NW cor 

Twenty-fourth and Folsom 
BirkholmH. H., Master Mariners' Benev. Aesn, Braids 

Hall 
Birkhulin Charles C, captain schr Aurora, r. 339 

Bryant 
Birmingham Delia, domestic 801 Van Ness Av 
Birmingham Edward F., foreman Thomas Day, r. 255 

Octavia 
Birmingham John, farmer, r. San Miguel Ranch 
Birmingham Margaret, widow, r. 341 McAllister 
Birmingham. See Bermingham 
Birnbaum Henry B., clerk Charles P. Lolor, r. 2915 

Sacramento 
Birnbaum Isaac, clerk Feigenbaum& Co., r. 706 Ellis 
Bimie Robert, clerk, r. 646 Washington 
Birrell George B., draftsman Union Iron Works, r. 771 

Mission 
Birth L. Henry, maehinehand James M. Hurley, r. 

Treat Av, bet Twenty-first and Twenty-second 
Birthe Louis, laborer John Catlow, r. NE cor Yolo and 

Arkansas 
Bisagno Giuseppe, clerk Charles F. Wagner, r. 924 

Pacific 
Bisagno Joaquin, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Bisagno Luigi, capitalist, r. 924 Pacific 
Bisagno Victor, clerk Joseph Morizio, r. 924 Pacific 
Bisbee De Witt F. (Bisbee, Williams & Co.) r. 1616 

Gearv 
Bisbee, Willlama & Co. (De Witt F. Bisbee and 

John, Lewis, John J. and Benjamin Williams) 

mining and metallurgy, 32 Merchant's Exchange 
Bischeer W. L., correspondent, r. St. David's House 
Bischel Lizzie Mrs., dressmaker, r. 421 Fourth 
Bischoflf Andrew, barkeeper George A. F. Jausen, r. 

NE cor First and Brannan 
Bisdioff DiedriclL, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Geary nnd Jones 
Bischoflf Frederick, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Vallejo and Powell 
Bischofi' Heinrich, liquor dealer, r. cor Chenery and 

Roanoke, nr Bernal Station 
Bischoff Hfinry (Rotger & Bischoflf) r. 336 McAllister 
Bischofi" Henry (Bischoflf & Leicken) r. 788 Harrieon 
Bischoflf Jobn A. (M. Detels & Co.) r. SE cor Harri- 
son and Main 
Blsctioff 6i Leicken (Henry Bischoflf and Freder- 
ick W. I^'icken) groceries and liquors, 788 Harrison 
Bishop Albert, mining, r. 8 Mason 
I Bishop Alonzo, carpenter, r. 1418 Laguna 
Bishop Amasa W., superintendent warehouses Cus- 
tom House, r. Oakland 
Bishop 0. C, artist B. Nathan & Co., r. 746 Howard 
Bishop Charles B.. actor, r. 408 Fell 
Bishop Daniel L., clerk York & Whltworth, r. 120 Sutter 
Bishop Edgar, moneybroker, 700 Market, r. 613 

Webster 
Bishop Ephriam B., merchant, r. 1039 Valencia 
Bishop E. S., bookkeeper, r. Ahlborn House 
Bishop Francis A., civil engineer, r. 34 Hawthorne 
Bishop Frank, carpenter, r. 5 Middle 
Bishop Gabriel, stonemolder, r. 556 Brannan 
Blsbop George W., collector Dunsmulr, Dlgglo k Co., 

r. 29 Halght 
Bishop J., blacksmith California St. RR., r. 1621 Cal 
Bishop James H., carpenter, r. 1807 Scott 
Bishop James H., carpenter Albert A. Snyder, r. 33 

Buss 
Bishop James W., boxmaker Myers, Gllman k Co., r. 

1330 Howard 
Bishop John, molder, r. 305 Minna 
Bishop John, wagonmaker Martin & Torrey, r. 13 Van 

Ness Av 
Bishop Lucia, domestic 8 Virginia 



Bishop Mary, widow, r. 529 Sixth 

Bishop Oliver H., porter Spruance, Stanley & Co., r. 

East Oakland 
Bishop Omar, cook Arcade House, 930 Market 
Bishop Patrick, cardriver, r. 1811 Howard 
Bishop Richard, r. 421 Fifth 
Bishop Susan, widow, r. 421 Vallejo 
Bishop T. B., keeper Sheriflf's Office, r. 1831 Mission 
Bishop Thomas B. (Garber, Thornton & Bishop) at- 
torney at law, 16 S. F. Stock Exchange Building, 

r. 1.503 Larkin 
Bishop William A., drayman, r. 421 Fifth 
Bishop William D. Rev., librarian Mariner's Free 

Beading Room, NE cor Sacramento and Drnmm 
Bishop William H., clerk Sadie Jacoby, r. 1222 Fol. 
Bishop William H., salesman E. H. Jones k Co., r. 

East Oakland 
Bishop. See Bischoflf 
Bismarck Peter, hog butcher, r. K, bet Sixth and 

Seventh Avs, South S. F. 
Biss William Charles, butcher Nagle & Zeh, r. Ala- 
meda 
Bissart Henry W., salesman R. Shlrek & Co., r. 1004 

Pacific 
BisscU Caroline E. Mrs., dressmaker, r. 45 Second 
Bissell James L., watchman Industrial School 
Bissell William A., chief clerk freight dept Central 

Pac. RR., r. Westminster House 
Bissett Edward T., student Medical College of the 

Pacific, r. 130 Tvler 
Bissett H. N., boarding, 124-130 Tyler 
Bissett James Mortimer, policeman City Hall, r. 217 H 

Austin 
Bissett Robert, machinist Union Iron Works, r. 69 

Minna 
Bissinger Adolph (Bissinger k Co.) r. 707 Mason 
Bissinger Elizabeth, domestic 1130 Pine 
Bissins'C'i^ <& Co. (Adolph Bissinger and Max 

Heilbronner) purchasers of hides, sheep skins, 

furs, tallow and wool, and leather commission 

merchants, 600 and 602 Front 
Bitau Isidore (Bitau & Gaye) r. S s Fifth Av, nr M, 

South S. F. 
Bitau & Gaye (Isidore Bitau and Marcelin Gaye) 

bakery, S s Fifth Av, nr M. Soiith S. F. 
Biter John, grand secretary Grand Grove U. A. O. D., 

413 Sutter, and proptr Floral Gardens, S s Waller, 

bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Biter's Floral Gardens, John Biter proptr, S s Waller, 

bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Bither Amanda F., Mrs., furnished rooms, 520 Bush 
Bittaucurte Autonia de B., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415)4 Drumm 
Bitter Julius, glassblower S. F. and Pac. Glass 

Works, r. S 6 Mariposa, bet Minnesota and Indiana 
Bitter Minnie Miss, milliner Mrs. Coroline Eggeling, 

r. 2036 Folsom 
Bitterman John C. F., butcher John G. Stephan 
Bittner John, patternmaker, r. 407 Third 
BittrolffEniil, bellman Lick House 
Biucilli Orazio, vegetables, 75 Colombo Market 
Biven Frederick, compositor Evening Bulletin, r. 

Oakland 
Bixby D. C, r. 421 Fourth 
Bixby J., teamster, r. Terminal Hotel 
Bixby John, engineer, r. 661 Howard 
Bixby Llewellyn (B. P. Flint & Co.) r. San Juan, San 

Benito Co., Cal. 
Bixby. See Byxbee 
Blxio A., vegetables, Colombo Market, r. Visltaclon 

Valley 
Blxler David (Williams & Bixler) r. Palace Hotel 
Bizlou Louis, wines and liquors. 1413 Dujjont 
Blzzlui Julio, waiter A. L. Prestl, r. 19 Powell 
Bjarnsen N. D., expressman, cor Kearny and Sac. 
Bjorkander Alfred, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 

1100 Bryant 
Bjorkland Andrew, r. 529 Sixth 
Bjorknian Augustus, drayman Taber, Harker & Co., r. 

CAH\i Natoma 
Bjorkman Ellen, widow, r. 914 Harrison 
Bjorkman Josie Miss, dressmaker Mrs. R. Shear, r. 

914 Harrison 
Bjorkman Katie Miss, operator Neville k Co., r. 9U 

Harrison 
Bjorkman Mary Miss, operator Neville & Co., r. 914 

Harrison 
Bjorkman Richard, plumber, r. 914 Harrison 
Bjornskov Niels 8., boatman, r. 11 Clinton 
Blab John, carrier 8. F. Abend Post. r. 22 Turk 



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Blach Charles, city pbysiclan and police surgeon, 
office 514 Kearny, r. 513 McAllister 

Blacbford C. H., agent Samuel Cupplea & Co. (St. 
Louis) 123 California, room 15 

Blachree Frank D., entry clerk Murphy Grrant & Co., 
r. 2 Webster PI 

Black Adam, shoemaker, r. 711 Minna, rear 

Black A. G., r. Occidental Hotel 

Black Alexander, carijenter, r. 324 Vallejo, rear 

Black Andrew, blacksmith, r. 71 Water, nr Taylor 

Black Arthur L., receiving teller London and 8. F. 
Bank, r. Saucelito 

Black Asa J., carpenter, r. 373 Jessie 

Black Bear Quartz Mining Co. (Siskiyou Co., Cal.) W. 
Letts Oliver secretary, 328 Montgomery, room 13 

Black Daniel B., boilermaker Cal. Boiler Works, r. 
327 Beale 

Black Diamond Coul Mining Co., P. B. Corn- 
wall president, SE cor Spear and Folsom 

Black Edward, gilder Louis Dampf, r. 71 Water, nr 
Taylor 

Black Edward H., paints and oils, 514 Sixteenth, bet 
Mission and Valencia 

Black Ellen, widow, r. 942 Mission 

Black tteorge C, bricklayer, r. 20 Jausen 

Black George W., cutter Howard Black, r. 621 Pine 

Black Hawk Gold Mining Co. (Bodie, Cal.) Henry A. 
Charles secretary, 419 California, room 21 

Bla.;k Hawk Stable, William Boyd proptr, 1009 Val- 
encia 

Black Henry (Pac. Spring and Mattress Manuf. Co.) 
r. 7'J New jMontgomery 

Black Henry M. (H. M. Black & Co.) r. 930 Market 

Black Hills Canal and Water Co. (Dakota Ter.) J. 
King Goodrich secretary, 49 Nevada Block 

Black H. M. & Co. (Henry M. Black) carriage 
manufactory, 851-855 Market 

Black Howard, custom shirtmaker, 39 Sutter, r. 385 
Dolores 

Black Jack Gold Mining Co. (Idaho) Henry A. Charles 
secretary, 419 California, room 21 

Black James, carpenter Little & Camming, r. 34 
O'Farrell 

Black James C. , electrician, r. 314 Bush 

Black James F., cooper Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 307 
Seventh, rear 

Black Jane Mrs., ladies' nurse, r. 230 Sixth 

Black John, longshoreman, r. 327 Beale 

Black John, sorter S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, t. 
SW cor Alabama and Mariposa 

Black John, teamster Cal. Furniture Manuf. Co., r. 
707 Ash Av 

Black John, waiter Rocco Beban, r. SW cor Dupont 
and Broadway 

Black John Alexander, shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. 711 
Minna 

Black John E., painter John L. Cahill, r. 183 Jessie 

Black John J., solicitor Figaro 

Black John W., boilermaker Cal. Boiler Works, r. 319 
Beale 

Black John W., collector, 416 Montgomery, r. 22 
Elgin Park 

Black Joseph, blacksmith, r. 6G3 Howard 

Black Joseph, blacksmith, Railroad Av, nr Thirty- 
second Av, South S. F. 

Black Julius, spinner S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 
r. W sCoUimbia, bet Seventeenth and Eighteenth 

Black Lizzie, chambermaid The Baldwin 

Black Mary, domestic 611 Chestnut 

Black Mary Ann, widow, r. 71 Water, nr Tavlor 

Black Peter R., janitor Red Mens' Hall, 320'Post 

Black Peter W., proptr Agricultural Park, N s Point 
Lobus Av, nr Twenty-fourth Av 

Black Point Can Manufactory, W. W. Mon- 
tague & Co. proiJtrs, NW cor Bay and Webster 

Black Point Packing House, Merry, Faull & 
Co. proptrs, NW cor Bay and Buchanan, office 125 
California 

Black Robert AI.. gents' furnishing goods, 209 Mont- 
gomery, r. 1100 Van Ness Av 

Black Ryan E., tax agent Central Pac. RR. and South- 
ern Pac. RR., NE cor Fourth and Townsend.room 
6, r. 20 Stanly PI 

Black Tbomas, laborer, r. 71 Water, nr Taylor 

Black Thomas, student Barnard's Business College, r. 
San Leandro 

Black William, with A. E. McLeod, r. 711 Minna 

Black William, butcher, r. 711 Minna, rear 

Black William, hackman, r. 865 Folsom 

Black William, laborer Masonic Cemetery, r. 2911 Sac 



Black William, marbleworks, 1121 Market, r. cor 

Twentieth and Alabama 
Black William B., salesman Sadler & Co.. r. Oakland 
Black William W., assistant License Collector, r. 29 

Second Av 
Black W. K. Mrs., widow, r. 063 Howard 
Blackburn Allen H., salesman White Brothers, r. 665 

Seventeenth 
Blackburn Benjamin F., cashier Evening Post, r. 905 

Valencia 
Blackburn Charles, clerk Waterhouse & Lester, r. 720 

Grove 
Blackburn Charles J., r. 1107 3^ Howard 
Blackburn Francis A., assistant Boys' High School, r. 

1640 Sacramento 
Blackburn John, porter Martin J. Flavin, r. 67 Everett 
Blackburn Mason Smith, guard House Correction, r. 

1211 Fillmore 
Blackburn William K., butcher, r. NW cor Potrero Av 

and Twenty-third 
Blackett Lucretia, widow, r. 1411 Jackson 
Blackie A. W., clerk Balfour, Guthrie & Co., r. 1222 

Pine 
Blackie Henry, laborer, r. 129 Clara, rear 
Blacklech Daniel W., cooper Pac. Barrel and Keg Co., 

r. 611 Seventh 
Blackman Abraham, r. 712 O'Farrell 
Blackman Cassius H., salesman Wilmerding & Co., r. 

12 Ellis 
Blackman Charles, waiter Buss House 
Blackman Henry, bookkeeper J. Samuels, r. 1322 }j 

O'Farrell 
Blackman Horace, tuner L. K. Hammer, 23 Dupont 
Blackman J. C, salesman Cal. Jewelry Co.,r. 128 Fell 
Blackman J. Dyatt, teacner, r. 127 Thirteenth 
Blackman Maurice J,, plumber and gasfitter. 225 Hayes, 

r. 408 Octavla 
Blackman William E., physician, r. 134 Ridley 
Blackmar Armand E. (Blackmar & Co.) r. 722 Bush 
Blackmar & Co. (Armand E. Blackmar) music pub- 
lishers, 647 Market 
Blackmar F ank W., clerk, r. 14 Elgin Park 
Blackmar Ransom C., salesman Forsaith & Dodge, r. 

14 Elgin Park 
Blackmar Wellman W., clerk C. J. Hawley & Co., r. 

14 Elgin Park 
Blackmore Amanda, widow, r. 134 McAllister 
Blackmore Joseph, hostler Richard J. Johnson, 2611 

Mission 
Blackstaff Ann D., widow, r. 1227 Green 
Blackstaflf James D., blacksmith, r. 1227 Green 
Blackstaff Maggie D. Miss, assistant Spring Valley 

Grammar School, r. 1227 Green 
Blackstone William, Jour. Shipwrights' Assn. 
Blackwell Edward S., clerk Cornelius Toohey, r. 651 

Stevenson 
Blackwell Enoch, carriage trimmer, r. 108 Seventh 
Blackwell Horatio S., tinsmith George H. Tay & Co., 

r. 1514 California 
Blackwell James, porter What Cheer House 
Blackwell Sarah B. Mrs., fancy goods and notions, 

108 Seventh 
Blackwell Spencer W., packer Edgar J. Bowen, r. SW 

cor Green and Taylor 
Black-tvood William, real-estate, 109 California, 

r. NW cor Bryant and Oak Grove Av 
Blackwood William C, fruitgrower, r. 212 Twelfth 
Blade Arthur M. (Blade & Hubner) r. 3 Yerba Buena 
Blade John, laborer, r. 9 Heron 
Blade & Hubner (.\rthur M. Blade and Conrad W. 

Hubner) hatters, 910 Market 
Blades Mary E., widow, teacher dresscutting, r. 1029 

Market 
Blaess Michael, steward Emil A. Engelberg, r. 2173<S 

Elm Av 
Blaikie Andrew, draftsman, r 427 Geary 
Blaikie James, longshoreman, r. 6 Zoe PI 
Blaikie James F., gasfitter, r. 7 Pratt PI 
Blaikie John A., cooper Mattullath Manuf. Co., r. 

420 Sixth 
Blaikie Richard T., joiner, r. N s Henry, bet Noe and ' 

Castro 
Blaikie Susannah, r. 7 Pratt PI 
Blaikie. See Blakey 

Blain Oscar, clerk Cal. Electrical Works, r. 1614 Leav. 
Blaiu Rodman P., salesman Frederick Chester & Co., 

r. 1614 Leavenworth 
Blain. See Blane 
Blaine James N., laborer John A. Roy, r. W s San 

Bruno Road, nr Fifteenth Av 



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330 Pine, room 28, r. 201 
at law. 320 California, 



Blair Aubrey J., mining, 
Taylor 

Blair August W., attorney 
room 14, r. Oakland 

Blair Chauncey S.. patternmaker Golden State and 
Miners' Iron Wurks, r. 1049 Mi.-sion 

Blair David Boyle (Blair, Van Tassel & Co.) and 
consular agent Brazil, 216 Sansome, r. Oakland 

Blair Frank, workman coiner's dept V. S. Mint, r. 526 
Pine 

Blair George, driver Jolin A. Roy, r. W s San Bruno 
Road, opp Fifteenth Av 

Blair Henry, r. 1445 Polk 

Blair J. Mrs., widow, r. 8 Zoe 

Blair James, engineer tug Neptune, r. 932 Montgomery 

Blair James A. W.. treer and packer S. TV. Eosenstock 
& Co., r. Church, bet Twenty-second and Twenty- 
third 

Blair James C, wood and ivoryturner McEachren & 
Rowe, r. 8 Zoe 

Blair John B., cabinetmaker Frederick Hufschmidt, 
r. 533 Commercial 

Blair John G., captain schr Leon, office 310 Sansome 

Blair Matthew, hay dealer, r. 224 Capp 

Blair Robert, machinist William H. Birch, r. 8 Zoe 

Blair Samuel, shipo-wner, 32 Marki t, r. 47 Tehama 

Blair Thompson, bookkeeper Matthias Gray, r. 614 
Nineteenth 

Blair, Van Tassel & Co. (David Boyle Blair, 
C. J. Van Tassel and George D. Toy) general 
agents Scottish Commercial Insurance Co. of 
Glasgow, Continental Insurance Co. of New York, 
Niagara Fire Insurance Co. of New York, and 
Commonwealth Insurance Co. of Boston, 216 San 
some 

Blair Walter D., clerk, r. 526 Pine 

Blair William, cabinetmaker, r. .533 Commercial 

Blair William B., salesman Harrison & Dickson, r. 21 
Stanly PI 

Blaisdell Elizabeth F., widow, r. 1317 Gough 
'Blsisdell James, cook U. S. Restaurant, r. 5 Wetmore 
PI 

Blaisdell Jay P., shoemaker E. D. Nolan & Co., r. 106 
Dupont 

BlaisdeU John H., dentist, r. 227 Leavenworth 

Blaisdell Mary M. Miss, r. 227 Leavenworth 

Blaisdell S. ^^., printer I. W. Taber & Co., r. Oakland 

Blaisdell. SeeBlasdell 

Blake Alfred E., dentist Charles E. Blake, r. 657 Sev- 
enteenth 

Blake Calvin T., r. N s Twenty-second, bet Dolores 
and Guerrero 

Blake Charles E. , physician and surgeoD, office 
and r. 40t) Hayes 

Blake Cliarles E., Sr., dentist, 5}4 Kearny, r. 
6.'57 Seventeenth 

Blake Charles T., secretary Oakland Paving Co., r. 4 
Vernon PI 

Blake Edward, drayman Bryden Ac Hinckley, r. 426 
Natoma 

Blake Elizabeth, widow, r. 121 Shipley 

Blake Francis (Blake, Bobbins & Co.) r. Oakland 

Blake George E., sawyer, r. 520 Sixth 

Blake George H., laborer, r. 1620 Jessie 

Blake George L., musician, r. 907 Bush 

Blake George M., capitalist, r. 1601 Van Ness Av 

Blake George W., salesman Fisher & Co., r. 316 Third 

Blake Hanson A., whitener, r. 312 Fifth 

Blake Henry C. , notary public and commissioner 
deeds, 333 Montgomery, r. Oakland 

Blake Henry H. (H. U. Blake & Co.) r. 13 Monroe 

Blake H. H. & Co. (Henry H. Blake) agents cellu- 
loid waterproof linen, 405 Front 

Blake Isaac £., president Continental Oil and 
Transportation Co. of California, 120 Front, r. 
2124 Howard 

Blake James, expre.«8man, cor Market and Montgom- 
ery, r. 716 Bryant 

Blake James, longshoreman, r. 320 Howard 

Bluki- James, salesman Patrick McDonnell, r. 5.39 Na- 
toma 

Blake James F„ gasfltter, r. 7 Pratt PI 

Blake James E., piauotuuer Kohler & Chase, r. Oak- 
land 

Blake James W., physician, r. 1911 Geary 

Blake J. H., captain schr Cassie Hayward, Mission 
St. Wharf 

Blake John, carpenter and builder, r. 1713 Jessie, rear 

Blake John, driver Pioneer and Alta Mills, r. 540 Na- 
toma 



Blake John, merchant tailor, 422 Sutter 

Blake John, saddler, 222 Second 

Blake John, salesman A.Wolf & Co., r. 436}^ Clem. 

Blake John Jr., elevaturmau D. Samuels, r. 436 Clom. 

Blake John J., salesman S. C. Lubin, r. 916 Howard 

Blake John T., blacksmith Abuer Doble, r. 121 Ship- 
ley 

Blake Joseph, expressman, NE cor Market and Mont- 
gomery, r. 716 Bryant 

Blake Joseph W., machinehand S. F. Box Factory, r. 
115 Taylor 

Blake Julia, widow, r. 540 Natoma 

Blake Julia, widow, domestic 1614 Washington 

Blake Kate M.. r. 524 Jones 

Blake Mary, widow, r. 142}^ Clara 

Blake Mary Miss, milliner Mrs. Rosina Riordan, r. 
436 Clementina 

Blake Mary L., widow, r. 2 Le Roy PI 

Blake Maurice B. (Blake & Blake) r. San Rafael 

Blake Maurice C. (Blake & Blake) r. 325 Seven- 
teenth 

Blake Patrick, serviceman S. F. Gas Light Co., r. 459 
Minna 

Blake Philip H., deputy County Assessor, r. NE cor 
Point Lobos Av and Ferrie 

Blake, Bobbins & Co. (Francis Blake. Charles 
F. Bobbins, James Moffitt, and James W. Towne) 
importers and jobbers news, mailing and wrap- 
ping paper, and manufs paper bags,516 Sacramento 
and 519 Commercial 

Blake Robert, cooper, r. 218 Mission 

Blake Selden L., medical student Spinney & Co., r. 
11 Kearny 

Blake Soth B., capitalist, r. 1205 Taylor 

Blake Sumner C, books and statioiiery, 503 Kearny 
aud 617 Montgomery, r. 16 Prospi ct PI 

Blake Thomas, pantrym:in Palace Ho el, r. 159 Minna 

Blake Thomas F., collector P. Kelly, r. 4.36 Clem. 

Blake Thomas William, laborer, r. 150 Steuart 

Blake Walter W., paintor, r. 813 Harrison 

Blake William, Liunbermen's Pro. Union, 71 New 
Montgomery 

Blake William H., barber Nathaniel C. Susand, r. 28 
Stone 

Blake William L., painter, r. 52314 Brannan 

Blake W. L., laborer freight dept Central Pac. RR. 

Blake W.W., r. :i31 Kearny, room 9 

Blake <& Bluke (Mauiice C. and Maurice B. Blake) 
attomey.s at law, 417 Kearny 

Blakeley Bridget, widow, r. 109 Powell 

Blakeley John, fireman S. F. Gas Light Co., Potrero, 
r. 41 Natoma 

Blakeley John H., seaman, r. Keystone House 

Blakely Alexander, printt-r, r. 1040 Mission 

Blakely Calvin, groceries and liquors, SW cor Powell 
and California Avs 

Blakely John, seaman, r. 127 Jackson 

Blakely John E., foreman ammonia works, S. F. Gas 
Light Co., r. 25 Hawthorne 

Blakely Sheldeu E.. manufs' agent, r. 1005 Market 

Blakenian T. Z., attorney at law, 418 California, 
r. 614 Sutter 

Blakeney T. J., mining, r. Palace Hotel 

Blakeslce C. C, druggist Crane & Brigham. r. Ruse 
House 

Blakeslee Charles A., policeman City Hall, r. 864 
Mission 

Blakesley Fernando D., painter and whitener, 966 
Mission 

Blakey Andrew, draftsman, r. 427 Geary 

Blakey James, sailmaker, r. 410 Paciflc 

Blakey John, pressman, r. 4 Sonoma PI 

Blakie John, cooper, r. 420 Sixth 

Blaki-ston John S. (J. S. Blakistdn ft Son) r. 19 Oak 
Grove Av 

Blakiston J. S. % Son (J. S. and Robert Blakiston) sail- 
uiakers, (! and 8 Clay 

Blakiston Robert (J. S. Ulakiston & Son) r. 19 Oak 
Grove Av 

Blanc A., mining engineer, r. 107 Montgomery Block 

Blanc Alexander, real-estate, r. 837 California 

Blanc Joseph W., carpi'nter, r. 885 Seventeenth " 

Blanc Mathieu, laborer Poodle Dog Rotisaerie, 44S 
Bush 

Blanc Maurice, liquor saloon, 217 Beale 

Blanc Paul (Eyraud & Blanc) r. 621 Paciflc 

Blanc. See Blank 

Blanch Bernard, carriage manuf and blacksmith, 654 
Howard, r. 314 Third 

Blanchard , bill poster, r. Branch House 



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Blanchard Candace H., widow, r. 511 Masou 
Blauchurd Carlisle P., assistant bookkeeper James L. 

Hiissey. r. o20 Van Ness Av 
Blanchard David (Giiity & Blanchard) r. 17 Langton 
Blanchard David, deckhand stmr City of Stoekton, 

Wnbhington St. Wharf 
Blanchard Edward, teamster, r. 1122 J^ Larkin 
Blanchard Ferdinand (Blanchard & Combatalade) r. 

10:U Dupont 
-[-Blanchard Frank, carpenter, r. 28 Seventh 
Blanchard Henry P., merchant, r. 317 Powell 
Blanchard Jules, hardware, and manuf bed and fur- 
niture sprinKS, 44Fouith, r. 719 Minna 
Blanchard Kate Miss, clerk Mr P. & M. dept Central 

Pac. RR., r. 433 McAllister 
Blanchard Leopold, salesman Jules Blanchard, r. 719 

Minna 
Blanchard Marcellus C, r. 511 Mason 
Blanchard Mary, widoT^•, r. 178 Minna 
Blanchard Mary, widow, r. 433 McAllister 
Blanchard Moutie F., r. 511 Mason 
Blanchard Phiueas \., proptr Vermont Dairy, oflce 35 

Eddy, r. 1703 Jes.sie 
Blanchard W., basgngemaster Southern Pac. ER. 
Blanchard & ( ombatalade (Ferdinand Blanchard and 

Louis Combatalade) liciuor saloon, SW cor Du- 
pont and Pacific 
Blanchet Hen y, tailor, r. 407 Third 
Blanchette Louis, boot and shoemaker, 432 Mont. Av 
Blanchette Louisa Miss, shoefitter Nolan Brothers, r. 

959 Folsom 
Blanchette Nellie Miss, dressmaker, 959 Folsom 
Blanchfield Andrew, plumber, r. 228 ^ Oak 
Blanch field Edward, butcher, r. 228 3i Oak 
Blanchfield James, laborer, r. 14 Baldwin Court 
Blanchfield John, longshoreman, r. 313 Beale 
Blanchfield Thomas, laborer Sea Wall, r. 228^ Oak 
Blanco Lorenzo, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 

Montgomery 
Blanco Theresa, r. 1318 Dupont 
Bland John, shoemaker Andrew MacNamara, r. 1045 

Howard 
Bland John C, r. 737 Howard 
Bland Washington, waiter Palace Hotel 
Blaudins Edward J., r. 1019 Capp 
Blaiiding Gordon (Greathouse & Blanding) at- 

toruiy at law, 324 Pine, room 18, r. 1316 Taylor 
Blanding Henrietta, teacher elocution, 115 Kearny, 

rooms 21 and 22 
Blanding Louis, miner and metallurgist, 324 Pine, 

room 17 , mill and r. 431 Fourth 
Blanding William, attorney at law, 324 Pine, 

room 17, and State Harbor Commissiouer, 10 Cal- 
ifornia, r. 913 Van Ness Av 
Blane Charles, master schr Sacramento, Beale St. 

Wharf 
Blauey Annie, widow, r. 235 Main 
Blaney Edward W., Prosecuting Attorney Police 

Court, offices old City Hall and 52G Montgomery, 

room 3, r. 507 Ellis 
Blaney Henry, clerk P. C. Molloy, r. 530 Jessie 
Blaney James A., liquor saloon. SW cor Fourth and 

Mission, r. 553 3^ Minna 
Blaney John, painter, r. 507 Ellis 
Blaney John H., bookkeeper Hibernia Savings and 

Loan Society, r. 530 Jessie 
Blang Arthur E., carpenter, r. SE cor Dolores and 

Dorland 
Blank Charles C, foreman Eclipse Bakery, r. 1121 

Greenwich 
Blank Christopher, laborer, r. Channel bet Tenth and 

Eleventh 
Blank Christopher, laborer G. R. Lucy & Co., r. cor 

Brannan and Ninth 
Blank David M., bookkeeper, r. 650 Natoma 
Blank Louis, watchmaker and jeweler, 832 Market 

(and Baxter H Blank) r. 11513^ Mission 
Blank Oscar, coalpasser U. S. Revenue stmr Richard 

Rush 
Blank. See Blanc 
Blanken Henry, proptr Six Mile House, W s San 

Bruno Road, nr Coimty Line 
Blanken Jacob, fireman S. F. Pioneer Woolen Fac- 
tory, r. North Point, bet Larkin and Polk 
Blanken Nicholas (F. Mohrmann & Co.) r. SW cor 

Broadway and Kearny 
Blankenhorn Gottlieb, baker, r. 12 Margaret PI 
Blankenstein Henry, manager D. Samuels, r. 905 

Market 
Blankhart Otto, teacher music, r. 1322 Fillmore 



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Blankman Hnrry, clerk Minor S. Martin, r. Oakland 
Blaukman William, dentist, olfice and r. 208 Stock- 

ton 
Blanquist John, seaman, r. 129 Folsom 
Blarrera Semetra, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Blasdell George E., bagmaker Neville & Co., r. 

Mission 
Blasdell Lawrence B., jeweler A. Hirschman, r. 

Post 
Blasdell. See Blaisdell 
Blaser Edward, clerk Lenormand Bros., r. SW 

Pine and Dupont 
Blaser Raphael, tailor, 26 Stockton, r. 246 Stevenson 
Blasgen Henry, Cigarmakers' Assn, 771 Market 
Blaskower Mark, salesman Edward Cohn & Co., r. 

1209 Bush 
Blaskower Pauline, widow, r. 1209 Bush 
Blass Henry, barber Knoechel & Brand, r. 850 Har- 
rison 
Blass Joseph A., expressman, r. 7 Nineteenth 
Blass Meyer, merchant, r. 856 Harrison 
Blass Morris, teamster, r. 856 Harrison 
Blatchly A., mining engineer, r. 1733 Broadway 
Blath Siegmund, traveling agent, r. 734 Geary 
Blattner Nicholas, driver Russ House, r. 228 Green 
Blattner Thomas, driver Central RR. 
Blaut Samuel, butcher American Beef Co., r. 600 Ivy 

Av 
Blauvelt George, watchman Fulton Iron Works, r. 45 

Clementina 
Blauvelt Mary, domestic 724 Turk 
Blauvelt Richard D., chief deputy County Recorder, 

r. 24 Eddy 
Bleasdale John I., analytical chemist, 609 Merchant, 

r. 184 Jessie 
Blecher William, chicken ranch, cor Silver Av and 

Hale 
Blechschmidt Theresa Mrs., musician Vienna Garten, 

r. 121 O'Farrell 
Bledsoe Edward H., waiter Abraham Bernstein, r. 

1142 Market 
Bledsoe Horace W., r. 210 Eddy 
Bledsoe Leon, student, r. 109 Leavenworth 
Bleibtrey Charles, brush manuf, 646 Mission 
Bleidorn Jirrgen, cabinetmaker, r. 314 Jessie 
Bleil Morris, bartender George Schmitt, r. 38 Eddy 
Bleily Joseph R., barber, 418 Bush, r. 815 Twentieth 
Bleiman Martin, artist, r. 906 Market 
Blenculen Lola, widow, r. 24 Erie 
Blennerhassett John, shoemaker E. D. Nolan & Co., r. 

5 Minna 
Blennerhassett Richard, shoemaker E. D. Nolan & 

Co., r. 22 Clara 
Eleniau Eugene, seaman, r. 16 Frederick 
Blenier Jacob, fireman S. F. Pioneer Woolen Factory, 

r. North Point, bet Larkin and Polk 
Blenken Mary, domestic 36 Moss 
Blesi Sebastine (Chase & Blesi) r. 1059 Market 
Blessing Charles H., waiter, r. 127 Jackson 
Blessing Frederick, janitor S.F. Free Public Library, 

r. 423 Bush 
Blethen Charles P., r. 2124 California 
Blethen Eugene O., salesman Holbrook, Merrill & 

Stetson, r. Oakland 
Blethen James H., chief wharfinger State Harbor 

Commissioners, Clay St.Wharf, r. 929 Tyler 
Bley Abram. millinery, 750 Market, r. 1011 Mission 
Bley. See Bly 

Blifl'ens Thomas V., master mariner, r. 531 Seven- 
teenth 
Blight George, painter Moulton & EdmondBon, r. 511 

Bryant 
Blining Hans, seaman, r. 134 Steuart 
Blinn Charles H., clerk Custom House, r. 1527 Post 
Bliun CjTus, cari^enter, r. 247 Second 
Blinn Frank L., student, r. 542 Second 
Blinn Helen B., widow, r. 542 Second 
Blinn Mary C, widow, r. 1926 Howard 
Blint Louis, ironmolder City Iron Works, r. 9 Minna 
Bliss Eliza M., r. 1117 Washington 
Bliss George D., butcher, r. 1507 Pacific Av 
Bliss Susan F., widow, r. 902 Clay 
Bliss Theodore, Rig. and Stev. Union, 806 Montgomery 
Blitz Caroline, widow, boarding, 501 Geary 
Bliven Samuel Nelson, clerk accounts U. S. Surveyor- 

General's Office, r. 1829 Bush 
Blixt Christina, domestic 1026 Twenty-first 
Blobel Paul, baker Joseph Bock, r. 988 Folsom 
Bloch Abraham B., clothing, 204*Montgomery Av, r. 

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Bloch Achille ( L. & A. Bloch ) r. 827 Greenwich 
Bloch Bernard, clerk Abraham B. Bloch, r. 2106 Mason 
Bloch Bertha B., assistant Valencia St. Grammar 

School, r. 615 Green 
Bloch Constantine, dentist, of&ce and r. 318 Hayes 
Bloch Ellas, clerk W. Cohen & Co., r. 2106 Mason 
Bloch Fanny Miss, r. 827 Greenwich 
Bloch Isaac F. ( Bloch & DavidMon ) r. 820 Larkin 
Bloch John, commission merch int. r. 615 Green 
Bloch L. & A. ( Leon and Achille ) market, 823 

Greenwich 
Bloch Leo, stripper Boukofsky & Sternberg, r. 1607 

Post 
Bloch Leon, clerk, r. 615 Green 
Bloch Leon ( L. & A. Bloch ) and salesman Eeiss Bros. 

& Co., r. 827 Greenwich 
Bloch Leopold, manuf cloaks, etc., 119 Sixth, 'r. 1124 

Folsom 
Bloch Marcus, salesman, r. 415 Jones 
Bloch Samuel ( Bloch & Blum ) r. 532 O'Farrell 
Bloch Simon, clerk Leopold Bloch, r. 1124 Folsom 
Bloch "William, boots and shoes, 1319 Stockton, r. 1515 

Powell 
Bloch & Blum ( Samuel Bloch and Henry Blum ) 

market, SE cor William and Geary 
Bloch & Davidson ( Isaac F. Bloch and James W. 

Davidson) morocco manufs, etc., factory 317 and 

319 Eleventh, otfice 223 Battery 
Bloch. See Block 

Blochman Abraham ( Blochman & Cerf ) r. 926 Eddy 
Blochman Emanuel, millinery, 1019 Larkin 
Blochman Lazar E., accountant, r. 1019 Larkin 
Blochman k Cerf ( Abraham Blochman and Moses 

Cerf ) commission merchants, 24 and 26 Cal 
Block Adam, laborer Presidio Reservation, r. 525 

Greenwich 
Block Amelia I., teacher music Public Schools 
Block Bernard, stockbroker, r. Palace Hotel 
Block Constant ( Sim Seriat & Co. and Charles Zwick 

& Co.) r. Gailhard Hotel 
Block Daniel f of D. Block & Co.. Virginia City, Nev., 



Blome Henry (H. Blome & Co.) r. 3 Clay 

Blome H. & Co. (Henry Blome and Henry Meyer) 
liquor saloon, 3 Clay 

Blomqiiist Olof, watchmaker George C. Shreve & Co., 
r. Stevenson House 

BlondeauZacharie, foreman Em. Meyer, r. 8 Pratt PI 

Blondell Thomas, expressman, 325 Front, r. 606 Ful- 
ton 

Blondell William G.,teamster, 325 Front,r.606 Fulton 

Blondin J., Ship Calkers" Assn, Barra's Hall 

Blood James, pilot, ofiSce, 9 U. S. Court Building, r. 
116 Francisco 

Blood J. H., attorney at law, notary public and 
commissioner deeds, 304 Mont., r. 424 Geary 

Blood Katie Miss, r. 319 Bush 

Blood Laura Miss, r. 725 Pine 

Blood Levi L., mining, 45 Merchants' Exchange, r. 8 
Virginia 

Blood Mary Mrs., r. 319 Bush 

Blood William, sailmaker, r. 1024 Montgomery 

Bloom Bertha Miss, saleslady M. Freud & Sons, r. 19 
Harriet 

Bloom Charles, cook, r. 212 First 

Bloom Daniel, porter Dakin & Libby, r. 525 Natoma 

Bloom David (Hoffman & Co.) r. 635)i O'Farrell 

Bloom Eliza, widow, r. 221 Elm Av 

Bloom George, peddler, r. 19 Harriet 

Bloom Hyman, tanner, r. Lindell House 

Bloom Isaac, peddler, r. 794 Stevenson 

Bloom Joseph (Straus, Kohustaram & Co.) r. 716 
Tyler 

Bloom Samuel, tanner and wool pulling, N s Preclta 
Av nr San Bruno Road, r. 1941 Howard 

Bloom Wolf, tanner, r. 408 Tyler 

Bloom. See Blohm, Bluhm,"Bhim, and B'.ume 

Bloomer Ditch and Gravel Mining Co. (Butte Co., 
Cal.) C. E. Buckingham secretsjy, 320 Sansome, 
room 10 

Bloomer John G. superintendent supply dept West- 
ern Union Tel. Co., 410 Merchant, r. 1620 Larkin 

Bloomer R. F., decorative art rooms, 14 O'Farrell 



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Block Ellas M., proptr Carmen Island Salt Works, 207 
Front, r. 619 Eddy 

Block Emanuel D., merchant, r. 1816 Sacramento 

Block Frederick, blacksmith, r. 433 Hinckley 

Block Harry, clerk, r. 8'20 Larkin 

Block Israel, cigars and tobacco, 228 Sutter, r. Oak- 
land 

Block James, laborer, r. 327 Beale 

Block James N. ( Comegys, Block & Co. ) r. 428 Tyler 

Block John, laborer American Sutiar Refinery, r. S b 
Union, bet Sansome and Battery, rear 

Block John, merchant tailor, 648 Commercial, r. 415 
Jones 

Block John, seaman schr Emma, r. 227 Beale 

Block John T., porter Scherr, Bach k Lux, r. 603 Pine 

Block Julius, dairy produce, 68 Centre Market, r. 15 
William 

Block Max, clerk, r. 415 Jones 

Block Robert, r. "08 Leavenworth 

Block. See Bloch 

Blockhaus Frederick, groceries and liquors, 814 Jack- 
son 

Blodes Theodore, liquor saloon, 1243 Folsom, r. 1239 
Folsom 

Blodgett Edwin A., shipping clerk Holbrook, Merrill 
k Stetson, r. 2821 »<i Mission 

Blodgett George F., distributor La Grande Laundry, 
r. 1524 Howard 

Blohm August, driver Henry A. Benjamin k Co., r. N 
B Clipper, bet Dolores and Church 

Blohm August, seaman, r. 9 Pacific 

Blohm Francesca, widow, lodgings, 1028 Market 

Blohm Henry, restaurant, NE cor Chestnut and 
Montgomery 

Blohm John (Blohm A: OlTermann) r. 1402 Folsom 

Blohm John, liquor saloon. 923 Kearny, r. 423 Bdwy 

Blohm Peter, wines and liquors, NE cor Mission and 
Beale, r. Bi rkeley 

Blohm ,t Offcrmann (John Blohm and William Offcr- 
manu) groceries and liquors, cor Tenth and Fol- 
som, and cor Fourteenth and Mission 

Blohme Henrika, widow, r. 613 )i Natoma 

Blohme John, groceries and liquors, NE cor Tehama 
and Sec(uid, and NW cor Polk and Sutter, r. NW 
Ciir Polk and Sutter 

Blohme i^lzzle, domoptic 1034 Mission 

Blohme. See Bloom 

Blom John, ship calker, r. 420 Vallejo, rear 



Burance Co., and Western As-urauce Co., 413 Cali- 
I fornia, r. N s Eighth Av, betL and M, South S. F. 
I Bloomer William, farmer, r. 211 Shotwell 
I Bloomfleld C. B., operator Western Union Tel. Co., 
I r. NE cor Pine and Montgomery 
Bloomfield Homer, Gas Inspector, office old City Hall, 

r. Occidental Hotel 
Bloomfield James T., bookkeeper, r. 529 Greenwich 
Bloomfield Mary, widow, r. 212 Francisco 
Bloomfield Philip, seaman, r. 415 East 
Bloomfield W., r. Overland House 
Bloomingdale Emanuel, merchant, t. 1515Gough 
Bloor George W., compositor 8. F. Chronicle, r. 222 )j 

O'Facrell 
Bios Joseph A., expressman, 8E cor California and 

Battery, r. 307 Nineteenth 
Bios William I., haruessmaker Main i Winchester, 

r. 7 Nineteenth 
Blosler William, baker Hemme & Renter, r. 240 Minna 
Blossom Henry E., r. 206 Powell 
Blossom M. J. Mrs., r. 206 Powell 
; BlosB William, clerk, r. 765 Market 

Blot Louis, carrier Courrier de San Francisco, r. 10 
j Wetmore PI 
Blote Henry F. B., collector 8. F. Chronicle, r. NE 
cor Turk and Taylor 
1 Blow Alfred W. (A. W. Blow kCo.) r. 434 Tyler 
I Blow A. W. & Co. (Alfred W. and Robert Blow) stock- 
I brokers, 301 Pine 

I Blow Robert (A. W. Blow k Co.) r. 434 Tyler 
! Blower Ernest (Wackett & Bloweri r. Oakland 
1 Blowers John E., blacksmith English & Lynch, r. 46 
Clementina 
Bloxham Charles, book store, 2212 Sixteenth, bat 

Mission and Valencia 
Bliicher George (Dunn .^: Bliicher) r. N 8 Greenwich, 

bet Fillmore and Steiner 
Bluclier Joseph, waiter, r. 409 Pacific 
Blue Bell Mining Co., D. F. Verdenal secretary, 6 and 

7 3. F. Stock Exchange Building 
Blue Bird Mill and Mining Co. (Globe District, Ari- 
zona) W. H. Knight secretary, 10 Market 
Blue Forest Gardens, Bernal Station 
Blue Jacket Milling and Mining Co. (Elko Co., Nev.) 
M. De La 3Iontanya secretary, I'li^i Market, 
room 20 
Blue Jacket Silver Mining Co. (Storey Ci., Nev.) 
George C. Pratt secretary, 25 Nevada Block 



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Blue Line Freight, William Be'Dell agent, 22 Mont. 
Blue Tent Consolidated Hydraulic Gold Mines of 
California (limited) (Nevada Co., Cal.) Thomas 
Price manager. 524 Sacramento 
Bluemel Junius, gunsmith J. P. Clabrough& Brothers. 

r. 549 Tehama 
Bhiemel Lebrecht, tailor, r. 1211 Columbia 
Bluett Samuel, miner, r. New Wisconsin Hotel 
Bluhm Gustave, shoemaker, r. 212 Steuart 
Bluhm William G., master mariner, r. 1411 Buchanan 
Bluit John, laborer, r. 512 Mission 
Bluker Fred, laundryman, r. 202 Twenty-third 
Blum Adolph, cigars and tobacco, 305 California, r. 

1303 Gough - 

Blum Adolph, shoema,kPr, 1020 Battery 
Blum Alfred Mrs., r. Ill Powell 
Blum David, merchant, r. 5353^ O'Farrell 
Blum Henry (Bloch & Blum) r. 122C Post 
Blum Henry, bakery and confectionery, 1813 Powell 
Blum Henry, poUsher Cal. Jewelry Co., r. Jessie, bet 

Third and Fourth 
Blum Henry Jr., clerk, r. 1813 Powell 
Blum Hermann, merchant, r. 311 Stockton 
Blum Isidor, merchant, r. 1250 California 
Blum Jacques,bookkeeper Loewe Brothers, r.324 Sutter 
Blum John, calker Eben Weeks 
Blum John, saloonkeeper, r. 435 Broadway 
Blum Jonas N., agent S. Lachman & Co., r. 1615 Bush 
Blum Joseph, selector Ackermau Bros., r. 916 Larkin 
Blum Leon (J. Schweitzer & Co.) r. 1226 Post 
Blum Marcus M., musician, 647 Market, r. 916 Larkin 
Blum Maurice, salesman Solomon Bine, r. 1303 Gough 
Blum Moses, merchant (of Vacaville and Dixon, Cal.) 

office 117 Battery, r. 603 Eddy 
Blum Moses Jr., commission merchant, 117 Battery, 

r. 1103 Van Ness Av 
Blum Robert (Blum & Schroepfer) r. 304 Stockton 
Blum Roger, salesman O'Connor, Moffatt & Co., r.403 

Leavenworth 
Blum & Schroepfer (Robert Blum and Albert Schroep- 
fer) London Furniture Co., 637 Market 
Blum. See Bloom, Blohme, Bluhm and Blume 
Blumberg Frederick W., clerk Hutchinson & Mann, 

r. 36 Twelfth 
Blumberg Gustav, painter, r. 127 Jackson 
Blumberg Gustave, seaman, r.W s Washington Av, bet 

Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth, B. H. 
Blumberg Joseph, salesman AlbertLozier, r. 21 Stock- 
ton PI 
Blumberg Julius F., commission merchant, 306 Mont- 
gomery, r. 36 Twelfth 
Blume Charles, butcher John Erasmy, r. 1921 Bush 
Blume Henry, bootmaker, 649 Merchant 
Blume Herman, salesman Hyams Brothers, r. 525 

Natoma 
Blume Louis, trader, r.525 Natoma 
Blume Michael, laborer Abraham Waldstein, r. 525 

Natoma 
Blume Rudolph, musician, r. Ahlbom House 
Blume. See Blum and Bloom 

Blumenberg Susan M., widow, real estate, r. 125 San- 
some, room 21 
Blumenschein Philip, gardener, cor Seventh Av and 

K, South S. F. 
Blumeuthal Abraham, clocks and jewelry, 719 Clay 
Blumenthal Abraham, mining, r. 119 Turk 
Blumi-nthal Abraham, salesman, r. 406}^ Grove 
Blumeuthal Adolph (Seeligsohn & Co.) r. 332 Hayes 
Blnnientlial B. & Co. (Bernhard Blumenthal 
and J. Walker Quinlan) proptrs Danichefif Glove 
Factory, 114}^ Post 
Blumenthal Bernhard, fancy goods, 134 Sixth, r. 119 

Turk 
Blumenthal Bernhard (B. Blumenthal & Co.) r. 657 

Harrison 
Blumenthal Bertha Mrs., ladies' nurse, r. 974 Fol- 

som 
Blumenthal Edward, peddler, r. 903 Jackson 
Blumeuthal Emil, jeweler H. Ellenu, r. 41 Everett 
Bliimenthal Henry, wholesale butcher, r. 1014 Hamp- 
shire 
Blumenthal Henry M., contractor, and grain and 

produce, 125 Washington, r. 227 Tyler 
Blumenthal Isaac, merchant, r. 119 Turk 
Blumenthal Isaac, speculator, r. 428 Geary 
Blumenthal Julius, dry goods. 336 Hayes, r. 332 Hayes 
Blumenthal Julius, U. S. storekeeper Broadway 

Bonded Warehouse, r. 319 Geary 
Blumenthal Max (Blumenthal & Co.) r. 719 Clay 
Blumenthal Meyer, r. 974 FoLsom 



Blumenthal Phineas, salesman Bernard Blumenthal, 
r. 119 Turk 

Blumenthal Solomon, r. 406}^ Grove 

Blumenthal & Co. (Max Blumenthal) manufs and Im- 
porters clocks and jewelry, 719 Clay 

Blumstern John, seaman, r. 119 Jackson 

Blundell Henry, jeweller Cal. Jewelry Co., r. 1 Fifth 

Blnndell House, Mrs. James Blundell proprie- 
tress, SE cor Market and Fifth 

Blundell James, r. Blundell House, 1 Fifth 

Blundell James Mrs., proprietress Blundell 
House. SE cor Market and Fifth 

Blunden Walter H., cook New York Bakery, r. 1306H 
Stockton 

Blunkerst William, mate schr Sarah, Mission St. Wharf 

Blunt Hannah, domestic 316 Oak 

Blunt John P., salesman S. W. Levy, r. 210 Jones 

Blunt Phineas U., assistant storekeeper warehouse 
dept Custom House, r. 210 Jones 

Blunt William G., naturalist and taxidermist, 813 
Market, r. 210 Jones 

Blute Michael, heater Pac. Rolling Mill, r. N s Shasta, 
bet Illinois and Michigan 

Bluxome Isaac, merchant, r. 736 McAllister 

Bluxome Joseph, physician, office and r. 306 Stock- 
ton 

Bly Leander A., machinehand William A. Meeker, r. 
811 Mason 

Bly. See Bley 

Blynn James, seaman ship Samuel Watts, Front St. 
Wharf 

Blyth Henry, salesman Starbird & Goldstone, r. 2515 
Sacramento 

Bly tile Tliomas H., capitalist, 724 >$ Market, 
room 20, r. 6 O'Farrell 

Blythe William J., S. F. Musical Fund Soc, 539 Cal. 

Bly wise Benjamin, varnisher S. F. Furniture Fac- 
tory, r. 1048 Howard 

Blywise Charles, varnisher S. F. Furniture Factory, 
r. 1048 Howard 

Blywise Hermann, tailor, r. 1048 Howard 

Blywise Moses, machine hand S. F. Furniture Fac- 
tory, r. 1048 Howard 

B'nai B'rith Hall, S s Eddy, bet Mason and Taylor 

Boalman George, farmer, r. 9 Pacific 

Boalt John H. (Estee & Boalt) attorney at l&yf. 419 
California, room 19, r. Oakland 

Boalt. See Bolt 

Board of Bank Commissioners, 202 Sansome, 
room 2 

Board of Brokers (California Stock Exchange) H. 
H. Barling president, George Carter secretary, 25 
Leidesdorfif , 

Board of Brokers (Pacific Stock Exchange) C. L. 
Weller president, Andrew J. Moulder secretary, I 
318 Montgomery 

Board of Brokers (San Francisco Stock and Ex- 
change Board) E. P. Peckham president, Charles 
S. Neal secretary, 333 Pine 

Board of City Hall Commissioners, office junc- 
tion McAllister and Paik Av 

Board of Commissioners Fifteentli Avenue 
Extension, 59 and 60 Merchants' Exchange 

Board of Commissioners Funded Debt, new 
City Hall, first floor 

Board of Education, office and conuuittee rooms 
new City Hall, third floor 

Board of Election. Commissioners, new City [ 
Hall, basement ' 

Board of Equalization, new City Hall, second \ 
floor 

Board of Fire Commisr^ioners, 235 Kearny 

Board of Fisli Commissioners, 401 California 

Board of Healtit, 124 Geary 

Board of 3Iana;u:ers ludvstrial Exhibition 
Mechanics' tn.stitute, 27 Post 

Board of Marine Surveyors, 418 California 

Board of Marine Uiider^vriters of S. F., 
C. T. Hopkins secretary, 318 California 

Board of Park Commissioners, T. V. Mortee 
secretary, 309 Montgomery, room 74 

Board of Pharmacy, William T. Wenzell secre- 
retary, 8.52 Market 

Board of Pilot Examiners, 34 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Board of Police Commissioners, old City Hall. 
first floor 

Board of Port AVardens, 525 Front 

Board of Regents State University, Robert 
E. C. Stearns secretary, 310 Pine, rooms 36 and 38 



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Board of Revenue Fund Commissioners, 

new City Hall, first floor 
Board of State Harbor Commissioners, 10 

California 
Board of Supervisors, new City Hall, second 

floor 
Board of Trade of San Francisco, Jacob S. 

Taber president, Cbarles F. Wymau secretary, 202 

Market and 3 Pine, rooms fi-9 and 11 and 12 
Board of Underwriters Aiusterdam, James 

De Fremery ageni, 410 Baitery 
Board of Underwriters Bordeaux, Henry Schroe- 

der & Co. agents, SW cor Washington and Battery 
Board of Underwriters Boston, Joseph S. Bacon 

agent, 316 California 
Board of Underwriters Bremen, Henry Balzer 

& Co. agents, 209 Sansome 
Board of Urtder»vriters French, Edward Che- 

vassus agent, 205 Sansome 
Board of Underwriters Hamburg, Hellmann 

Brothers & Co. agents, 525 Front 
Board of Under^vriters London Lloyds, Falk- 

ner. Bell & Co. agents, 430 California 
Board of Undex'writers New York, Oliver El- 

dridge agent, 318 California 
Board of Uiidernvriters Philadelphia, Joseph 

S. Bacon agent, 311) Calilornia 
Board of Underwriters San Francisco, Fire, 

Charles D. Haven Secretary, 418 California 
Board of U. S. Inspectors StMrni Vessels, 11 U. 

8. Court Building 
Board of Water Commissioners, new City 

Hall, first floor 
Board William K., clerk Page, Moore & Co., r. 1206 

Market 
Boarding Masters' Association, Bichard Chute agent, 

610 Front 
Boardnian George C, manager iEtna Insurance 

Co. (of Hartford, Conn.) 311 California, r. SE cor 

Franklin and Sacramento 
Boardmau John, pressman Mrs. L. Q. Richmond k 

Son, r. Bryant bet Sixth and Seventh 
Boardman John H., agent McCarthy Brothers, r. 1714 

Fillmore 
Boardman John M., painter, r. 8}^ Boardman 
Boardman Joseph, real estate, 593 Sixth, r. Oakland 
Boarman Frank B. corresponding clerk First National 

Gold Bank, r. 338 Thirteenth 
Boarman Mary, widow, r. 231S Howard 
Boarman Thomas N., capitalist, r. 2318 Howard 
Boaro Geralomo, cook Campi's restaurant, r. 186 Van- 

dewater 
Boas Isidor, solicitor John H. Fisher, r. 461 Jessie 
Boas Joseph, r. 1005 Tyler 
Boas Judah, moneybroker, 420 Montgomerv, room 3, 

r. 1005 Tyler 
Bob Anton, driver Albert Hahnemann, r. 982 Harrison 
Bobet A. Leon, brass finisher, r. 21Folsoni Av 
Bobier John, gardener, r. N 8 Twenty-seventh bet 

Sanchez and Noe 
Boca Brewing Co. , William Hesse superintend- 
ent, 415 Sacramento 
Bocarde James (Bocarde & Whlttier) r. 411 Brannan 
Bocarde * Whittier (James Bocarde and Charles Whit- 
tier) Rsphaltum workers, 475 Brannan 
Boccard Ernestine, dressmaker, r. 224 ?:l O'Farrell.rear 
Boccard Francois, cabinetmaker, r. 224 iii O'Farrell, 

rear 
Boccardo Luigi, baker Bartolomeo Ratio, r. 502 Post 
Boehan William, pilot Pacific Coast SS. State of 

California, Broadway Wharf 
Bochanovich Nicolas, fiphcrmau. Front St.Wharf 
Bochen William, fireman stmrAlameda, Oakland Ferry 
Bocher Bfrnard, laundrj'man Matilda Greeuwald, r. 

1611 Powell 
Bochew Frederick J., r. 20(>'>.; Sutter 
Bock Frank, student, r. 349 Fremont 
Bock George Henri-, glider Matthew D. Nile, r. 434 

Vallejo 
Bock Hermann, weaver 8. F. Pioneer Factory, r. 

Poi)p's Hotel 
Bock Jacob, tailor C. 0. Hastings & Co., r. 8 s Haight, 

bet Webster and Buchanan 
Bock James, tailor B. J. Burr, r. 204)4 Fifth 
Bock Joseph, bakery, 9HHFolBora 
Bock Paul, seaman SH. Oregon, Folsoni St. Wharf 
Bock William, hostler C. W. Winchester, r. 13 Stev 
Bockelmann John H., paperhanger Gturge W. Clark, 

r. 3.59 Jessie 
Bocken Henry (Bocken & Baccala) r. 811 Union, rear 



Bocken Paul, fisherm|n. Front St. Wharf 

Bocken & Baccala (Ilt-nry Bocken and Louis Baccala) 
restaurant, 540 Commercial 

Bocker John, willow works, 995 Market, r. 637 Bdwy 

Bockhalter G. F., r. Stanford Hotel 

Bockius Charles G., insurancebroker, r. 1011 Mason 

Bockius Charles P., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 
1011 Mason 

Bockmann John C, groceries and liquors, 535 Fourth, 
r. 38 Freelon 

Bockmann Katie, domestic 820 O'Farrell 

Bockmann Mary, widow, r. N s Filbert, bet Fill- 
more 
and Steiner 

Bockmann W. H., clerk, r. 38 Freelon 

Bockmann. See Boeckmann 

Bockner William, laborer Frank W. Rossbach, r. 1424 
Dupont 

Bocqueiaz Antoine (Shea, Bocqueraz & McKee) 627 
Front 

Bodao Frederick, salesman, r. .592 Stevenson 

Bode Adolph W., millman. r. 1759 Howard 

Bode Eide H., bartender J. F. G. Egger.s, r. 1759 How- 
ard 

Bode Frederick, clerk Wichen Ehlers, r. 8W cor 
Kearny and Vallejo 

Bode George C. (Bode & Searle) and proptr B^tteiy 
St. Bonded Warehouse and agent Seattle Coal and 
Transportation Co., NW cor Battiry and Filbert, 
r. 12fi0 California 

Bode Henry, r. 626 Fourth 

Bode Henry, clerk John C. Jakobs, r. 2428 Buchanan 

Bode Louis C., butcher, r. 545 Hayes 

Bode Louis, carpenter, r. 18 Eleventh 

Bode William Walter, artist, r. 1 Middle 

Bode & Searle (George C. Bode and James J. 
Searle) projitrs Greenwich Dock U. S. Bonded and 
Free Warehouse, W s Battery, bet Greenwich and 
Lombard 

Bodelle Samu( 1, cook Palace Hotel 

Hoden John F., clerk, r. 709 Filbeit 

Boden John H. (John H. Boden & Co.) r. 729 Cal. 

Boden John H. & Co. (John H. Boden and Julius 
Quinchard) ship and Custom House brokers, 504 
Battery 

Boden Penelope, widow, r. 705 Greenwich 

Bodet Mary, widow, laundry, 1023 J^ Clay 

Bodtish S. R. master mariner, r. 1310 M Grove 

Bodfish WilliamH., attorney at law, 712 Montgom- 
ery 

Bodie Bluff Consolidatfd Gold Mining Co. (Bodle, 
Mono Co., Cal.) Henry Deas secretary, 44 Nevada 
Block 

Bodie Chief Mining Co. (Mono Co., Cal.) D. F. Verd- 
enal secretary, 6 and 7 S. F. Stock Exchange 
Building 

Bodie Consolidated Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 
Oal.) W. H. Lent secretary, 62 Nevada Block 

Bodie Hydraulic Mining and Water Co. (Mono Co., 
Cal.) Edmund C. Masten secretary, 22 Nevada 
Block 

Bodle Lion Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., Cal.) Daniel 
Buck secretary, 80 Nevada Block 

Bodie Tunnel and Alining Co. (Bodle, Mono Co., Cal.) 
A. F. Main seen tary, 309 Cal., rooms 1 and 2 

Bodien Adolph, upliolsterer, r. 81 Everett 

Bodien Ida Miss, millinery, 54 Third, r. 81 Everett 

Bodien John, upholsterer, 229 Ellis 

Bodine I,ivery and Sale Stables, R. J. Johnson proptr, 
2611 Mission 

Bodill John Mrs., r. 174 M Clara, rear 

Bodkin Eliza Miss, dressmaker, r. 8 s Dorland, bet 
Church and Dolores 

Bodkin S:irah Miss, dressmaker, r. S s Dorland, bet 
Church and Dolores 

Bodkin Thomas, plasterer, r. 119 Shipley 

Bodley H., r. Palace Hotel 

Bodwell Etta M. Miss, assistant Haight St. School, r. 
E B Bartlett, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 

Bodwell Frank, clerk Joseph A. Rudkln, r. E s Bart- 
lett, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 

Bodwell Harry H., Excelsior Windmill, pump, 
horse power, and t.ink manuf , 211 ar.d 213 Mission, 
r. E 8 Bartktt, bet Twenty-fourth and Twenty- 
fifth 

Bodwell John D., policeman City Hall. r. 604 Grove 

Boecklen Jacob, confectioner D. Hirschfeld, r. 239 
Perry • 

Boeckniann Dledrlch H. (Ahlers & Boeckmann) r. 197 
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Boeckmann Frederick, salesman 'Von Ronn & Hencke 

Brothers, r. Hansa Hotel 
Boeckmann George (Ahlborn & Boeckmanu) r. Abl- 

born House 
Boeckmann. See Bockmann 
Boedecker Louis, mnsician, r. 402 Green 
Boedecker N. C, -watchmaker D. W. Henry, r. 915 Pac. 
Boedecker William, musician, r. 1522 Stockton 
Boedefeld William, salesman Cohnreich Brothers, r. 

317 Bush 
Boedeker Hermann (Boedeker & Spencer) r. 400 Green 
Boedeker & Spencer (Hermann Boedeker and Eliza 

Spencer) groceries and liquors, NW cor Kearny 

and Green _ 

Boege Henry, teamster Frank W. Bossbach, r. 1910 

Larkin 
Boegler Frederick, porter Bachman Brothers, r. 8 

Hyde 
BoeRli Emma Mrs., dressmaker, r. 532 Natoma 
Boehle John E., baker Pacific Mail SS. City of Sydney 
Boehler Henry, carpenter, r. 317 Bush 
Boehm Daniel, r. Commercial Hotel 
Boehme Clara, widow, r. 437 Vallejo 
Boehme Frederick, musician, r. 430 Green 
Boehmer Carl H., bookkeeper Adolph Beth 
Boehne Frederick J., barber Frederick W. Miller, r. 

509 Bush 
Boehm H., r. Chicago Hotel 
Boehrs Charles, cigarmaker Denicke Brothers, r. 909 

Kearny 
Boell Charles L., printer M. Weiss, r. 417 Filbert 
Boennan Margaret, domestic 929 Tyler 
Boericke Francis E. (Boericke & Tafel) r. Phila- 
delphia, Penn. 
Boericke <& Tafel (Francis E. Boericke and 

Adolph J. Tafel) proptrs Homceopathic Pharmacy, 

234 Sutter 
Boerner Charles, piano tuner Sherman, Hyde & Co.,r. 

814 Montgomery 
Boes Mary, widow, r. 953 Folsom 
Boes Thomas H., bookkeeper, r. 953 Folsom 
Boes. See Bose 
Boescli Emile, proptr Pacific Lamp and Reflector 

Factory, and Pacific Zinc Ornament Factory, 569 

Mission, r. 2414 Mission 
Boese B., groceries and liquors, 913 Bryant 
Boese Henry J., market, 512 and 514 Davis, r. 1715 

Mason 
Boese John, r. Nebraska, bet El Dorado and Center 
Boesse Gaston, shipcarpenter, r. 2215 Powell 
Boessenecker Christopher, peddler, r. 109 Langton 
Boetano Carlino, florist, r. 182 Stevenson, rear 
Boetano Giovaflni B., drayman, r. 1510 Dupont 
Boettcher Paul, salesman Verdier, Moreau & Co., r. 

722 Turk 
Boettger Ferdinand, cooper, r. SW cor Jackson and 

Drumnai 
Boettger Frank, driver Centra] RR., r. 510 Natoma 
Boettger Hermann, liquur saloon, 1318 Howard 
Boettger Theodore, cardriver, r. 510 Natoma 
Boettiger Hermann, upholsterer Schoenfeld & Hey- 

' man, r. 1207 Steiner 
Boffinger Jacob, porter Saulmann's Restaurant, 520 

California 
Bofill Pedro, Spanish Mutual Benev. Soc, 730 Mont- 
gomery 
Bofinger Jacob, metal spinner, 10 Stevenson 
Began Charles, commission merchant, r. 1714 Hyde 
Bogan Charles, tanner, r. 721 Brannan 
Bogan Charles Jr., fresco painter, r. 721 Brannan 
Bogan James, seaman Pac. Coast SS. State of Cali- 
fornia, Broadway Wharf 
Bogan Mary J., widow, r. 12 Stanford, rear 
Bogan William F., laundryman La Grande Laundry, 

E B Thirteenth, bet Folsom and Howard 
Bogan. See Bogen 

Bogardus John P. editor and proptr Figaro, 532 Mer- 
chant, r. N 8 Delgado PI, nr Hyde 
Bogardus William, engineer, r. 538 Folsom 
Bogarsch Charles E., driver B. Nathan & Co., r. 731 

McAllister 
Bogart William F., r. 930 Market 
Bogart Arthur W., shoemaker Porter, Oppenheimer, 

Slessinger k Co., r. 414 Fulton 
Bogart Charles H., carriage painter, r. .532 Folsom 
Bogart Charles H., clerk Thomas J. Chadbourne, r. 

Oakland 
Bogart Edwin, teamster M. Williams, r. 613 Linden 

Av 
Bogart Eugene, packer S. H. Tyler & Son, r. Oakland 



Bogart John M., grain broker, 214 Sacramento, r. Oak- 
land 
Bogart Joseph, pile driver, r. 412 Minna 
Bogart Orlando H., mining secretary, 106 Liedes- 

dorff, room 2, r. 120t; Market 
Bogart William F., bookkeeper Abbotsford House, 

NW cor Broadway and Larkin 
Bogart. See Bogert 

Boge Harry, drayman, r. 1910 Larkin, rear 
Boge H<nry W., tanner Oswald Krenz, r. N b Day, bet 

Dolores and railroad track 
Bogel Charles H., liquor saloon, SW cor MaBon and 

Francisco 
Bogel. see Bogle 
Bogen William, bookkeeper M. & C. Mangels, r. NW 

cor Twenty-fifth and Mission 
Boger Frederick E., cigar manuf, 526 Hayes, r. BE 

corner Hayes and Fillmore 
Boger William, groceries and liquors, NW cor 

Stockton and Filbert 
Bogert Jacob W., r. 304 Stockton 
Bogert William T., superintendent Pulvermach- 

er Galvanic Co., 513 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Boggan Owen, groceries and liquors, NE cor Buchanan 

and Bush 
Boggs Samuel (Hock k Boggs) r. NE cor Greenwich 

and Steiner 
Bogie William, gardener Masonic Cemetery, r. Lyon, 

bet Post and Geary 
Bogle Eliza A. Miss, lodgings, 543 Minna 
Bogle Harry, musician, r. 3 Kohler PI 
Bogle Joseph S., boatbuilder, r. 2724 Folsom, rear 
Bogle M., helper Risdon I. and L. Works 
Bogle William H., r. Grand Hotel 
Bogle. See Bogel 

Bogner Charles, tailor, 11 Sutter, r. 434 Valencia 
Bogner Charles Jr., jeweler, r. 8 Erie 
Bogovich Frederich, fisherman. Front St. Wharf 
Bogue Barney, laborer Mtna Iron Works, r. 20 Willow 
Bogue Hugh, laborer, r. 333 J^ Ritch 
Bogue John, carpenter Industrial Iron Works, r. 233 

Perry 
Bogue K. Mrs., janitress Bernal Heights Primary 

School 
Bogue Michael, milkman, r. Anderson, nr Cortland Av, 

B. H. 
Bohairo Savario, expressman. Merchant, bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Bohan James, conductor, r. 673 Howard 
Bohan James A., groceries and liquors, 921 Howard 
Bohan John, salesman S. Mosgrove & Brother, r. 

Brooklyn Hotel 
Bohan Margaret, domestic 335 Turk 
Bohan Patrick, groceries, 20 Rausch 
Bohan Patrick, laborer Hancock & Kelso, r. 426 

Shipley 
Bohan Patrick, shoemaker S. W. Levy, r. 426 Shipley 
Bohan Thomas, laborer, r. E s Fair Oaks, bet Eight- 
eenth and Nimteenth 
Bohan William, laborer, r. 42 Clara 
Bohan. See Bohen, Bohn and Bone 
Bohaunan Edward, expressman, SE cor Dupont and 

Commercial, r. 253 Minna 
Bohannan Robert, conductor Central RE., r. 1110 Fill- 
more 
Bohemia Silver Mining Co. (Maricopa Co., Arizona) 

J. Klein secretary, 121 Sansome 
Boheinian Club, rooms 430 Pine 
Bohen Benjamin F., detective City Hall, r. 410 Kearny 
Bohen George T., fire surveyor Union Insurance Co., 

r. 617 Pine 
Bohen JumeB T., salesman H. S. Crocker & Co., r. 617 

Pine 
Bohen John, coachman Levi B. Mastick, SW cor Capp 

and Twentieth 
Bohen John, salesman, r. 206 Hyde 
Bohen Mary Mrs., furnished rooms, 319 Fourth 
Bohen. See Bohan 
Bohene Frederick, barber, r. 509 Bush 
Bohlen Fredericka, widow, r. 140 Ninth 
Bohlen Henry, clerk Nolte & Fell, r. SE cor Hyde and 

Filbert 
Bohlen John, seaman SS. Ancon, Broadway Wharf 
Bohlen. See Bolan and Bolen 

Bohling Charles, clerk Becker Brothers, r. SE cor 
Turk and Larkin 

Bohhnann , clerk Ebbinghausen & Co., r. 2432 

Mission 
Bohlmann. See Bollman 
Bohlner J. N., miner, r. 423 Natoma 



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Bohls J. Henry (Baumgartner & Bohls) r. 612 Minna 

Bohm Arthur, cook, r. Soutli Park House 

BohmE., salesman P. Mish & Son, r. 337 Jessie 

Bobin Herman, expressman, r. SW cor Eighteenth 
and Harrison 

Bohm John, porter Greenebaum, Sachs & Freeman, r. 
567}^ Stevenson 

Bohm S. H., r. Ii3 Third 

Bohm William (Pacific Jewelry Manuf. Co.) r. 1419 
Hyde 

Bohme Carl, cooper, r. 1231 Mission 

Bohn Daniel, laundryman Lick House, r. 9 Vande- 
water 

Bohn Henry, laborer Henry Suhling, r. N s Twenty- 
fourth, bet Bryant and Columbia 

Bohn John, stoves, tinware, plumber and gasfltter, 
112 Seventh 

Bohn John Jr., plumber John Bohn, r. 112 Seventh 

Bohn John A., clerk Greenbaum & Brothers, r. 661 
Stevenson 

Bohn Mary Ann, widow, r. 9 Vandewater 

Bobna E., expressman, r. 253 Minna 

Bohnenberg Frederick, carpenter, r. NW cor Fif- 
teenth and Railroad .A.V8, South S. F. 

Bohner Joseph, r. 19 Harlan PI 

•Boice Charles De S., collector Fireman's Fund Insur- 
ance Co., r. Oakland 

Boice. SeeBoyce 

Boido liUisa, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 "Washington 

Boie Frederick H., master schr Eustace, r. Twentieth, 
nr Valencia 

Boie George, flourpacker Horace Davis h Co., r. 12 
Louisa 

Boles Justus W., clerk James T. White & Co., r. 2122 
Steiuer 

Boies Mary E., widow, r. 2122 Steiner 

Boihringer Henry, lustrumentmaker John Roach, r. 
11 Harlan PI 

Boise Andrew, waiter SS. State of California, Broad- 
way Wharf 

Boise Henry, clerk, r. 1601 Turk 

Boise Richard, liquor saloon, 2508 Bush 

Boisen Frank, seaman, r. 416 Francisco 

Boisnet Alphonse, chairmaker Mechanics' Mill, r. 6 
Anthony 

Boisot Charles V., druggist, r. 1826 Bush 

Boisse Eugene, barber, 626 Commercial, r. 526 Fil- 
bert, rear 

Bolsseau Francois, laborer, r. 1908 Powell 

Boisseau Gabriel, barber Edward Flicourt, r. 1 Chel- 
sea PI 

Boisseau Jean (Boisseau & Son) r. 1 Chelsea PI 

Boisseau Jean Emile (Boisseau & Son) r. 1 Chelsea 
PI 

Boisseau & Son (Jean and Jean Emile) boot and shoe- 
makers, 324 Dupont 

Boisson Henry, r. 1703 Webster 

Boisson Thomas, r. 1703 Webster 

Boitano Francesco, wood and coal, 1516 Stockton 

Boitano John, cook St. Mary's College 

Bokee David M., bookkeeper Pacific Insurance Agen- 
cy, r. 2008 Pierce 

Bolado Joaquin, office .Wo Clay 

Bolan Kate Miss, varieties, 102 Ninth 

Bolau Lawrence, hostler, r. 20 Mary 

Bolan Margaret Miss, dressmaker, 102 Ninth 

Bolau Micliael J., physician, r. 737 Market 

Bolan. See Bohlen and Bolen 

Boland Bridget, widow, r. lOit J4 Shipley 

Boland Charles C, manuf Saponica.office with Alfred 
Gr.>s, NW cor Washington and Kearny 

Boland Edward, clerk J. M. Spaflord J: Co., r. 109)4 
Shipley 

Boland George, clerk, r. P.irk Hotel 

Boland James, r. 654 Bryant 

Boland James, clerk, r. Park Hotel 

Buland James .Ir., fireman, r. 0.54 Bryant 

Boland James I., attorney at law, 604 Merchant, room 
7, r. 819 Tyler 

Boland Joanna M. Miss, assistant Spring Valley 
Grammar School, r. 109 5i Shipley 

Boland John, real estate, r. 819 Tyler 

Boland John, storekeeper American Exchange Hotel 

Boland Margaret, domestic 1411 Van Ness Av 

Boland Michael C, harnesamaker John O'Eane, r. 8 
8 Twentieth, bet Dolores and Church 

Boland Patrick, cashier Keane Bros., r. 340 Page 

Boland Richard, sailmaker Christian C.Funk,r.l09H 
Shipley 

Boland Richard, waiter SS. Oregon, Folsom St.Wharf 



Boland Thomas, bartender Michael Hurley, r. 213 

Sixth 
Boland W. H., bookkeeper, r. 54 First 
Boland W. J., laborer, r. 529 Valencia 
Bolander A. Mrs., furnished rooms, 736 Market 
Bolander Henry N. Jr., r. 421 Bryant 
Bolander Louis, bookkeeper Frank Grader, r. 421 

Bryant 
Bolander Louis P.. r. 421 Bryant 
Bolanesi G., fruit and vegetables, SW cor Clark and 

Davis, r. 115 Clark 
Bolas James, laborer Pacific Box Factory, r. 608 Sixth 
Bolber Antone, driver Central RR., r. W s Fillmore, 

nr Turk 
Bolcao Manoel de S., Portuguese Pro. and Benev. 

Assn, 415 Hi Drumm 
Bold Valentine, bookkeeper J. C. Bauer & Co., r.l4T 

Ninth 
Boldemann Adolph. carpenter, r. 2624 Sutter 
Boldemann Adolph Jr., salesman Louis Saroni & Co., 

r. 2624 Sutter 
Boldemann Charles, clerk Harris Bros., r. 2624 Sutter 
Boldemann Gustave, clerk Hooper & Donaldson, r. 

2624 Sutter 
BohU F., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bole David, tinsmith Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, r. 

1018 Larkin 
Bole Henrietta Miss, dressmaker, r. 1018 Larkin 
Bole James, clerk Forbes Bros., r. 1018 Larkin 
Bole John, foreman Wm. Kerr, r. 909 Battery, rear 
Bolegir Jacob, brewer Willows Brewery, r. SE cor 

Nineteenth and Mission 
Bolero Joseph, expressman, r. 3 Vallejo 
Boley Susan Mrs., furnished rooms, 075 Mission 
Boley William, longshoreman, r. 9}^ Liberty 
Bolger Ann Mrs., proprietress Globe House, SE cor 

Sixth and Brannan 
Bolger John (Bolger & Davis) r. 819 Jj Dolores 
Bolger John, clerk, r. 446 Clementina 
Bolger Myles J., r. SE cor Brannan and Sixth 
Bolger Thomas, contractor, r. 1920 Howard 
Bolger & Davis (John Bolger and George E. Davis) 

plasterers and whiteners, 44 Fourth 
Bolier Paul, laborer, r. 322 Third 
Bolitho William, r. 227 Second 
Bolivar Patsy, liquor saloon, 713 Davis 
Boll Frederick, porter, r. 8 Perry 
Boll George, messenger Adjutant-General's Office, 

U. S. A., Presidio Reservation 
Boll H., porter Alexander Nicoll, r. 727 Morket 
Bonding Charles, bricklayer, r. 14 Salmon 
Bolle Henry, cooper, r. 2719 Folsom, rear 
BoUenhagen Henry, bartender S. P. Collins & Co. 
Boiler Conrad, furnituremaker, 617 Brannan and 3 

Bluxome, r. 34 Harriet 
Bolier Ernest, driver Central RR. 
Bolier Franz J., market, 1230 Dupont, r. 430 Green- 
wich 
Bolier Henry, seaman schr Jennie Thelln, -Mission 

St. Wharf 
Bolles Giovanni, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Washington 
Bolles Obed F., captain SS. George W. Elder, Oregon 

SS. Co., r. 702 Dolores 
BoUier Charles, glassblower. r. 230 Perry 
Bollier John, glassblower, r. 230 Perry 
Bollier Julius, glassblower S. F. and Pac. Glass 

Works, r. 230 Perry 
Bollier Paul, helper .^tua Iron Works, r. 322 Third 
Bollinger Francis, barber, 115J(S Jackson, r. 930 Mont. 
Bollinger H. R. Mrs., dressmaker, H Mason 
B(jninger John, collector, G24 Montgomery, r. Oakland 
Bollinger Nicholas (Bollinger fc Milhr) r. 510 Cheat- 

nut 
Bollinger William, watchmaker Jacob Graf, r. 468 

Minna 
Bollinger William A., mining engineer, r. Revere 

House 
Bollinger William M., carpenter, r. 3 Mason 
Bollinger & Miller (Nicholas Bollinger and William 

P. Miller) fresh and salt meats, 5 Jackson 
Bolllotti Tomaso, miner, r. 818 Sansome 
BoUman John (John BoUman h Co.) r. 1215 Clay 
Bollman John .t Co. (John BoUman) mauufs Russian 

cigarltos, 409 Washington 
Bollman. See Bohlman 
BoUraer Henry, bartender Jacob Jochlm, r. SE cor 

Leavenworth and Broadway 
Bollmeyer Henry, saloonkeeper, r. .506 Sixth 
Bolman Albert, seaman, r. 104 Steuart 
BolmerC. Miss, hairdresser, r. 220 Stevenson 



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Bolmer Mary Mrs., widow, r. 220 Stevenson 
Bolmer Olive Miss, hairdressing, r. 220 Stevenson 
Bolnsepe Johannes, seaman schr Mary Gratwlck, 

Fourth St. Wharf 
Bolognesi Raflfaele, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Bolshaw William H., clerk J. Q. Foster, r. Cliff 

House 
Bolstad Lars M., laborer Cal. Sugar Eeflnery, r. 15 

Fifth Av 
Bolt Alfred C, r. 67 Minna 
Bolt John, cook, r. 863!^ Market 
Bolt Louis, paper carrier, r. 10 Wetmore PI 
Bolte Ernest Ludwig, master schr Eley J. Cline 
Bolte Luty, seaman, r. North Pa<,'iflc Hotel 
Bolte William L., bookkeeper Sol.Wangenheim k Co. 

r. 923 Washington 
Bolton James R., capitalist, 618 Merchant, r. 

2201 Jones 
Bolton John H, with Miller & Lux, and secretary Po- 
trero Av and North Central KR., 533 Kearny, r. 412 
Second 
Bolton John S., engineer Geary St. P. and O. BR., r. 

SW cor Point Lobos and First Avs 
Bolton Robert, porter Pac. Stock' Exchange, r. 1015 

Pacific 
Bolton Thomas, dentist, 804 Howard 
Bolts Jolm F. , wines and liquor, 903 Market, r. 

516 Jessie 
Boltz Albert R., waiter, r. 521 Natoma 
Bolzer Solomon, teamster, r. 22 Folsom Av 
Boman Charles E., carpenter and builder, 13 Stockton, 

r. E s Ashbury, south of Golden Gate Park 
Bomin Frank, vegetable dealer, r. 826 Jackson 
Bomke Charles, laborer, r. 15 Everett 
Bomm Henry, saddler, r. Presidio Reservation 
Bommer A. J., bookkeeper Singer Manuf . Co., r. 2820 

Mission 
Bon Ton Coflfee Saloon, Paul & Wilson proptrs, 

236 Montgomery 
Bona Anne, widow, r. 706 Montgomery Av 
Bona Blanche A., widow, r. 1120 Washington 
Bona Elizabeth, widow, r. 1025 Montgomery 
Bona Elizabeth Mrs., r. 706 Montgomery Av 
Bona Ferdinando (Bona & Vanzini) r. NE cor Mission 

and Twenty-second 
Bona Henry N.,teamster, r.Ns Tenth Av, bet Land M, 

South S. F. 
Bona & Vanzini (Ferdinando Bona and Frank Van- 
zini) groceries and liquors, NE cor Mission and 
Twenty-second 
Bonacina Angelo, woodcarver, r. 1524 Dupont 
Bonacina Joseph, salesman Joseph M. Bonacina, r. 7 

Montgomery Av 
Bonacina Joseph M., furniture, 17 Montgomery Av, r. 

SE cor Solano and Indiana 
Bonacina Laurence, fisherman, Front St. Wharf 
Bonaldy Francisco, peanut dealer, SW cor Washing- 
ton and Montgomery 
Bonales Jesus, widow, r. 1517 Dupont, rear 
Bonanza House, Holm & Saxtorph proptrs, 867 and 869 

Market 
Bonavia N., frescopainter, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Bond E. J., widow, r. 514M Hayes 
Bond Henry H. , teamster Michelssen, Brown & Co., r. 

Tenth Av, bet L and M, South S. F. 
Bond James E., butcher, r. 8123^ Valencia 
Bond Mary, domestic 721 Grove 

Bond Samuel D., barber Grief & Armann, r. 729 Clay 
Bond Thomas, teamster James Beatty, r. Tenth Av, 

bet L and M, South S. F. 
Bondansa Pasquale, drayman, r. 21 Bannam PI 
Bonde James, cabinetmaker, 1110 Dupont, r. SW cor 

Pacific and Stockton 
Bondil Pierre, sheepskin tanner Dominique Legallet, 

r. Sixth Av, bet Q and R, South S. F. 
Bondison James, butcher Grand Hotel 
Bondolphi Pietro, restaurantkeeper, r. 5 Margaret PI 
Bonds George W, foreman Byron Jackson, r. 18 Cleave- 

land 
Bone William H., clerk freight dept Central Pac. RR., 

r. 502 Fourth 
Bonelle Eugene Mrs., assistant Tyler 8t. Primary 

School, r. Oakland 
Bonelli E. S., salesman and pianist.Kohler it Chase, 

and teacher music, 137 Post 
Boner Edward, managerWilliam A. Bahr,r. 107 Sixth 
Boner Neil, laborer Pacific Mail SS. Co. 
Bonesteel B. B. Mrs., widow, r. 214 Powell 
Bonesteel James A., check clerk Nevada Bank of B. 
F., r. 214 Powell 



Bonestell Chesley K., clerk Pringle k Hayne, r. 512 

Stockton 
Bonestell John T.(Levi8on Brothers, and Cal. Jewelry 

Co. ) r. 1506 Sacramento 
Bonestell Louis C, clerk A. D. Remington & Co., r. 

512 Stockton 
Bonestell Louis H. (A. D. Remington & Co.) r. 512 

Stockton 
Bonestell Robert, r. 1506 Sacramento 
Bonet Frank, bookkeeper Justinian Caire, r. 52 Minna 
Bonette Anselmo, bartender Rottanzi & Buzzini, r. 

NW cor California and Central Av 
Bonglet Celestine, widow, proptr Hayes Park Laim- 

dry, 527 and 529 Hayes, r. 525 Hayes 
Bonglet Louisa, laundress Hayes Park Laundry, r. 525 

Hayes 
Bonglet William, landryman Hayes Park Laundry, r. 

525 Hayes 
Bonifield Samuel, captain schr Jessie Nickerson, r. 

516 Fell 
Bonifield Josiah S., carpenter, r. 782 Mission 
Bonigio Giuseppi, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash 
Bonilha Manuel M., physician, 231 Montgomery Av 
Bonis Marcellin, biUclier, r. NW cor Twenty-ninth 

and San Jose Av 
Bonis Peter, veterinary surgeon, r. 214 Stevenson 
Bonn Albert, picture-frame gilder, 227 Post 
Bonn Gustaf (Wallin & Bonn) r. 138 Folsom 
Bonnard Annie C. Miss, assistant Spring Valley 

Grammar School, r. 2096 Market 
Bonnard Marianne Miss, assistant Spring Valley 

Grammar School, r. 2096 Market 
Bonnefond Gustave, bookkeeper Societe Fran- 
caise de Bienfaisauce Mutuelle, 510 Jackson, r. 
280 Minna 
Bonnell Edwin, note clerk Savings and Loan Society, 

r. 1709 Gough 
Bonnell Henry, searcher records, r. 1527 Clay 
Bonnell J. T., r. 554 Minna 
Bonnell Kate Miss, assistant Pine and Larkin Sts. 

Primary School, r. 1527 Clay 
Bonnell Norton T., laborer A. M. Simpson & Bro., 

Beale St. Wharf, r. Fremont, nr Harrison 
Bonneinaison J., waiter, r. 210 Montgomery Av 
Bonner Andrew J., agent S. F. Steamboat and Trans- 
portation Co., Jackson St. Wharf, r. 320 Ellis 
Bonner George, seaman, r. 45 Vallejo 
Bonner Henry, teamster Isaac Stone, r. W s San 

Bruno Road, nr Thirty-first 
Bonner William, clerk, r. 38 Seventh 
Bonnet Bonnet, contractor asphaltum work, and brick- 
maker, 402 Montgomery, room 6, r. SE cor Fif- 
teenth and Sharon 
Bonnet Eli, brickmaker, 402 Montgomery, room 6. r. 

NE cor Twenty-seventh and Capp 
Bonnet Jeanne, laundress, r. 21 Virginia 
Bonnet Jules, laundryman, r. 21 Virginia 
Bonnet Laurent, foreman G. Venard, r. 19 Louisa 
Bonnet Paul, bookkeeper, r. 612 Bush 

Bonney , calker Middlemas & Boole 

Bonney Charles F., registry clerk Post OfBce, r. 130 

Tyler S~ 

Bonney Charles S., woodturner M. & A. Hansen, r. 

1332 Howard 
Bonney Joseph, helper S. F. Gas Light Co., Potrero 

Works 
Bonney Joseph, housemover, r. 5.54 }i Natoma 
Bonney Olpha Jr., mamif wood-working machinery 

and handsaws, 221 Mission, r. 730 Capp 
Bonnkeim Albert, buyer Weinstock k Liibixi, 624 

Market, r. 1619 J« Post 
Bonnlfield James T., longshoreman, r. 21 Moss 
Bonny George (George C. Shreve & Co.) r. Occidental 

Hotel 
Bononi Antonio, chicken ranch. Spring Valley Home- 
stead, nr St. Mary's College 
Bonta Virginia, domestic 822 Pacific 
Bontadelli Antonio, painter Giovanni B. De Ferrari, 

r. 5 Pollard PI, rear 
Bontell William C, clerk U. S. Railway Mall Service, 

r. 12 O'Farrell 
Bontempl Giuseppe, Swiss correspondent Wheaton k 

Luhrs, r. 502 Union 
Bonynge Charles W., stockbroker, 402 Montgomery, 

room 4, r. Occidental Hotel 
Bonzi Anton (Razeto, Summariva & Co.) r. 608 Val- 
lejo 
Boobar Elijah C, plledriver and contractor, 14 How- 
ard, r. 554 Folsom 
Boobar James G., plledriver E. C. Boobar, r. 654 Fol. 



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Booker Consolidated Mining Co. (Bodie, Mono Co., 
Cal.) W. H. Lent secretary, 62 Nevada Block 

Booker George E., collector Spring Valley Water 
Works, r. Oakland 

Booker .James P., seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 

Booker S., monevbroker, r. 331 Montgomery 

BOOKER W. LANE, H.B.M. con. 

sul California, Oregon and Washington Territory, 
, 319 California, r. Union Club 

Bookmeyer O. W., shipcarpenter, r. 5 Washington 

Bookstaver M. J. Mrs., widow, r. 447 Jessie 

Bookstaver Walter, clerk W. H. Brown & Co., r. 447 
.Jessie 

Boole Frank A., siipt Pacific Barrel and Keg Co., r. 
712 Capp 

Boole Frederick W., clerk Black Diamond Coal Min- 
ing Co., r. 712 Capp 

Boole George (Boole & Webster) r. 712 Oapp 

Boole George Jr., clerk Richards & Snow, r. 712 Capp 

Boole William A. (Middlemas & Boole, and A. B. 
Patrick & Co.) r. 312 Fair Oaks 

Boole & Webster (George Boole and Artemus Web- 
ster) shipwrights, calkers, and sparmakers, 6 
Spear 

Boomer Joseph, laborer, r. Clara Av, nr Eighteenth 

Boomershine Jonathan, mining, r. 445^ Natoma 
I Boon P. Miss, furnished rooms, 624 Market 

Boone Adelaide Mrs., r. 26 Ji Kearny 

Boone Charles H., barber Lamps Bros., r. 436 Jessie 
I Boone Henry W., resident physician City and County 
Hospital 

Boone John L. (Boone & Osborn) r. 1018 Twenty- 
first 

Boone P.R., r. The Baldwin 

Booiie <& Osborii (J. L. Boone and E. E. Osborn) 
attorneys at law and solicitors of patents, 320 Cal- 
ifornia 

Booram Henry, laborer S. F. Cordage Co., r. 133 
Perry 

Boorman William, carpenter, r. N s Fifteenth, bet 
Noe and Castro 

Boos Mary, widow, r. 1415 Jackson, rear 

Boose Robert, waiter Palace Hotel, r. 1G8 Tehama 

Booth Adam Mrs., widow, r. 1713 Mason 

Booth Andrew G. (Gunnison & Booth) attorney at 
law, 325 Montgomery, r. 2010 Mission 

Booth Charles S., machinist Union Iron Works, r. 616 
Guerrero 

Booth David, carrier Evening Post, r. 616 Guerrero 

Booth David C, porter, r. Masonic Temple 

Bootli Eilwiii B., mining secretary, 320 Califor- 
nia, rooms 1 and 2, r. 1501 Washington 

Booth Edwin G., capitalist, 320 California, room 14, r. 
Oakland 

Booth Ella Miss, teacher Tehama Primary School, r. 
512 Shotwell 

Booth Frank, janitor Boys' High Sjhool 

Booth George, deckhand stiur Amador, Oakland 
Ferry, r. 109 Minna 

Booth Gold Mining Co. (Placer Co., Cal.) George R. 
Spiruey secretary, 310 Pine, room 44 

Booth Henry J., capitalist, 419 California, rooms 15- 
17, r. 501 Harrison 

Booth Horace .\., bookkeeper 0. F. Bassett k Co., r. 
American Exchange Hotel 

Booth James, foreman spinner S. F. Pioneer Woolen 
Factory, r. 114 M Shotwell 

Booth James E.. buckskin dresser Christian Hellwig, 
r. SE oor Columbia and Serpentine Av 

Booth John, stevedore Meuzies, Biugbam & Co., r. 
Putnam, nr Cortland Av, B. H. 

Booth John Onslow, seaman, r. Schuyler, nr Cortland 
Av, B. H. 

Booth Julia Mrs., teacher music, r. 33 Fifth 

Booth Lucius A., capitalist, and president United 
Land Assn, 402 Front, r. Piedmont Park, Alameda 
Co. 

Bootli Newton (W.W. Dodge & Co.) and U. S. Sena- 
tor, r. Sacramento 

Booth Owen W., farmer, r. Eleventh Av, bet K and L, 
South S. F. 

Booth Reuben, bookkeeper Charles N. Shaw, r. 122 

Turk 
Booth Robert J., buckskin dresser Christian Hell wig, 

r. SE cor Columbia and Serpentine .\v 
Booth Samuel, cutter coiners' dept U. S. Mint, r. 612 

Shotwell 
Booth Sidney, agent A. Booth's oysters and fish, 318 
Front, r. 2107 Bush 



Booth Thomas, cigars and tobacco, 621 Davis, r. 610 

Howard 
Booth William, statistician Dally Stock Report, r. 

Oakland 
Booth William A., liquor saloon, 1010 H Valencia, r. 

NE cor Mission and Twenty-fourth 
Booth William F., attorney at law, 502 Montgomory, 

r. Oakland 
Booth William M. (Jeffries & Moore) r. San Joaquin 
Booth William S., clerk Freight Auditor Central Pac. 

RR., r. 2107 Bush 
Booth W.W., student Heald's Business College 
Booth. See Boothe 

Boothby James C, actor Adelphi Theatre, r. 207 Kear. 
Boothby Adolph F., restaurant, 312 Towusend 
Boothby August, expressman, cor Ellis and Powell, 

r. 318 Fillmore 
Boothby August C, brass founder William T. Garratt, 

r. 318 Fillmore 
Boothby David N., shirt cutter, r. 1507 Market 
Boothby Melville, liquor saloon, 333 East 
Boothby William, with Edwin H. Mozart, r. 1515 

Market 
Boothby William L., restaurant, 1507 Market 
Boothe Willinm H., mining secretary, 320 Cali- 
fornia, rooms 1 and 2, r. SW cor Fillmore and Mc- 
Allister 
Bootbroyd Alfred R., teamster, r. 437 Fulton 
Bootz Adam, proptr Bootz Hotel, 435 Pine, r. 408^ 

Francisco 
Bootz Adam J., clerk Bootz Hotel, r. 408 H Francisco 
Bootz Henry, elerk Bootz Hotel, r. 408 J^ Francisco 
Bootz Hotel, -Vdam Bootz proptr, 435 Pine 
Boogan Mary, domestic 626 Eddy 
Boradori Frank, milker Rafael Boradori, r.W s San 

Bruno Road, four miles from City Hall 
Boradori Rafael, proptr Sunny Vale Dairy ,W s San 

Bruno Road, four miles from City Hall 
Boradt Henry, liquor saloon, 528 Valencia 
Borbeck John, cigars and tobacco, 503 Pacific 
Borboa Jesus, restaurant and groceries, 1336 Dupont, 

r. 443 Green 
Borchect William, teacher music, r. 18 Turk 
Borchelt John H., carpenter, r. 1209 Green 
Borchelt Martin, boxmaker Pacific Box Factory, r. 

1209 Green 
Borcher Jacob, bricklayer, r. Chicago Hotel 
Borchers Amaudus, laborer Bay Sugar Refinery, r. 

2211 Powell 
Borchers John C, physician, office and r. 540 Wash. 
Borchers Margaret, domestic 210 Hyde 
Borclier.s Theodore W., groceries and liquors, 

230U How ird 
Borchers William, master mariner, r. 3 Rincon Court 
Borchers William C, clerk Theodore W. Borchers, r. 

231X1 Howard 
Borchert Wilhelmina, widow, r. 1190 Harrison 
Borde Frederick, laborer, r. 1616 Powell 
Borde Harry, cook Biederman & Bauer, r. 2 Willow 
Bordeaux Board of Underwriters, Henry Schroeder & 

Co. agents, 8W cor Battery and Washington 
Borden Henry Russel, patternmaker Risdon 1. and L. 

Works, r. 828 Howard 
Borden John, machinist Risdon I. and L. Works, r. 

2}i Liberty 
Borden John, soapmaker Mission Soap and Candle 

Works, r. 518^ Ninth 
Borden Matthias, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Borden Michael, (boilermaker Risdon I. and L. Works, 

r. 911 Folsom 
Borden S., blacksmith Risdon I. and L. Works 
Bordenave Albert J., rrstaurant, 706 Mont-;omery 
Bordeuave Bernard, waiter Albert J. Bordenave, r. 

706 Montgomery 
Bordenave Jean, butcher, r. Seventh Av, bet M and 

N, South S. F. 
Bordenave Jeanne, laundress John B. Gassman, r. 406 

Union 
Bordenave John (Bordeuave & Noussiton) r. SE cor 

Fifth Av and M, South S. F. 
Bordenave & Noussiton (John Bordenave and Pierre 

Noussiton) liquor saloon, SE cor Fifth Av and M, 

South S. F. 
Bordner Jacob, carpenter and builder, 641 Mission 
Bordo Domenico, Italian Benev. Soc, 423 Wash. 
Bordwell Albert B. (Craft & Bordwell) r. 610 Stock. 
Bordwell George, architect, 507 California, r. Han- 
cock House 
Bordwell George A., architect, 318 Pine, room 36, r. 

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Bordwell H. Walcott (Bordwell & Eogers) r. 240 Mont. 
Bordwell Walter T., clerk, r. 701 Shotwell 
Bordwell & Rogers (H. Walcott Bordwell and Ed- 
ward B. Rogers) civil engineers and millwrights, 
240 Montgomery, room 15 
Boreilles Joseph, liquor saloon and restaiirant, cor 

Railroad and Fifth Avs, South S. F. 
Borel Alfred (Alfred Borel & Co.) r. Switzerland 
Borel Alfred & Co. (Alfred and Antoine Borel) 

bankers, NW cor Montgomery and Clay 
Borel Antoine (Alfred Borel & Co.) and vice-consul 
Switzerland, NW cor Mont, and Clay, r. 929 Pine 
Borel August, laborer G. Venard, r. O'Farrell, bet 

Dupont and Stockton 
Borel Florentine, liquor saloon and lodgings, 637 Pac. 
Borel Francois A., salesman Michelssen, Brown & 

Co.. r. 11 Harlan PI 
Borel Joseph (Bellue & Borel) r. 503 Jones 
Borel Joseph, cook Charles Pechin, r. 3 Washoe PI 
Borel Leon, cook, r. 704 Pacific 
Borel Louis, cook, r. 320 Sutter 
Borel Zimri C, cook, r. 1122 Dupont 
Borella Angel, bottle dealer, SW cor Kearny and Broad- 
way, r. 1136 Howard 
Borello Charles, carpenter, r. New Atlantic Hotel 
Borello Frank, waiter M. B. Moraghan,r. 14 Union PI 
Boreman Thomas, tailor Lancaster i Northon, r. 650 

Washington 
Boreo Pieire, carpenter, r. 2 Grand PI 
Borttti Giovanni, driver Frank Cerini, r. 335 Bdwy. 
Boreyer August, cook Baldwin's Dining Palace 
Borg Charles, cabinetmaker, r. 3 Montgomery PI 
Borg Lawrence, clerk Bartlett Burr & Co., r. SE cor 

Capp and Sixteenth 
Borger .\nnie, widow, r. 515 Bryant 
Borgerding Henry, boxmaker Wempe Bros., r. 419 Oak 
Borgesen John, seaman, r. 10 Berry 
Borgesson Josephine, domestic 522 Capp 
Borggren William, tailor, r. 613}^ Stockton 
Borghren Niels, tailor, r. 1206 M Howard, rear 
Borgmann Hermann, painter Central Pac. RR., r. 900 

Stockton 
Borgstrom Gustav M., tailor, r. 122 Montgomery Av 
Borgstrom Jennie Mrs., milliner, 122 Montgomery Av 
Borgstrom Minnie Mrs., milliner, 322 Montgomery 

Av, r. 324 Montgomei-y Av 
Borgstrom Peter, tailor, r. 324 Montgomery Av 
Borgward Frederick (Hanson & Borg\vard)r. 174 Minna 
Borgwardt Herman W., barber Knochel & Brand, r. 

1320 Jackson 
Borie Henry J., civil engineer, r. 156 Third 
Borie Julius, r. 156 Third 
Boris Lambert, clothing, 1127 Dupont 
Borkhim Hermann, militarj' tailor, 532 J^ Polk 
Borla Luigina Miss, domestic Ticino Hotel 
Borland Archie, mining, 312 Pine, r. Oakland 
Borland Edward, mining, r. 16 Mason 
Borland John, steamboatman, r. 322 Vallejo 
Borland Margaret, widow, r. 2405 Howard 
Borland Michael C, haruessmaker, r. S s Twentieth, 

bet Dolores and Church 
Borland S. H. Mrs., dressmaker, 16 Mason 
Borie Gustavus J., carpenter, r. 545 Jessie 
Borie Lewis (James Connolly & Co.) r. 547 Jessie 
Borman Louis, waiter Grand Hotel 
Bormann Albert, butcher Charles Junker, r. 1258 Bry- 
ant 
Bormann Henry (Bruns & Bormann) r. NW cor Main 

and Bryant 
Born Andrew, dairy, NW cor Church and Army 
Born Charles, barber, 417 Post 
Born Frederick, maf hiuehand Moore & Wilkle, r. 17 

Oak Grove Av 
Born J., Cigarmaker's Assn.. 771 Market 
Bom Philip, collector, r. 1239 Folsom 
Bornemann Francis G., cashier U. S. Sub-Treasury, r. 

235 Thirteenth 
Bornemann Frederick, actor Tivoli Garden, r. 19 

Sixth 
Bornheimer Francis, real estate, r. 226 Third 
Bornmiller Brinhold, mattressmaker, r. 389 Eighth 
Bornstein Brothers (Julius and Max) clothing and 

gent's furnishing goods, 844 Market 
Bornstein Julius (Bornstein Brothers) r. 1643 J<S Miss. 
Bornstein Louis, cigars and tobacco, 113 Sixth, r. IQH 

Harriet 
Bornstein Max (Bornstein Brothers) r. 408 Gough 
Bornstein Philip Rev., r. 801 Vallejo 
Bornstein Siegmund, traveling salesman, r. 1834 Har- 
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Boroie Nicholas, coffee saloon, 324 Davis 
Boroman John, r. 630 Commercial 
Boroua Peter, scavenger, r. 21 Vandewater 
Borough R., superintendent Eeaue Bros., r. 418 Sut- 
ter 
Borowsky Annie, domestic 2419 California 
Borowsky Michael, liquor saloon, 514 Hayes, r. 510 H 

Hayes 
Borradaile Augustus, clerk, r. 1429 O'Farrell 
Borr.idaile George, salesman Kutner & Goldstein, r. 

1429 O'Farrell 
Borremans Charles, fancy goods, 1019 Stockton 
Borremans Edward, engraver Adolph Hirschman, r. 

1019 Stockton 
Borren Colman, upholsterer, r. 417 Grove 
Borrer Theodore, tailor Louis Degenhart, r. 70 Everett 
Borreri M. C, r. 1027 Dupont 

Borrie Louis, clerk F. Chevalier & Co., r. 156 Third 
Borris Lambert, Societe Culinaire Fran^aise, 508 

Bush 
Borrman Henry, clerk John C. Borrman, r. NW cor 

Howard and Eighth 
Borrman Jolui C, groceries and liquors, NW 

cor Howard and Eighth 
Borrmann William G., teamster Cal. Cracker Co., r. 

S s Sixteenth, bet Guerrero and Dolores 
Borromeo Angustino, shoemaker, 317 Pacific 
Boirowe M., r. 804 Howard 

Borsella Angelo, Swiss Benev. Soc, 109 Montgomery 
Borst Anna, widow, r. 1032 Mission 
Borstel Henry, seaman, r. North Pacific Hotel 
Bortfeld Ernest H. C, cabinetmaker Jacob Strahle k 

Co., r. 525 Geary 
Borthwick Charles, bookkeeper Pac. Saw Manuf. Co., 

r. 332 O'Farrell 
Boruck Blarcus D., publisher and proptr Spirit 

of the Times, 621San8ome, r. 714 O'Farrell 
Bosano Pasquale, laborer G. Wittman & Co., r. 1116 

Broadway 
Bosch Samuel, r. 116 Perry 
Boschen Nicholas, groceries and liquors, NE cor Fifth 

and Minna 
Boscovitz Frederick, teacher music, r. 1508 Post 
Bose August, groceries and liquors, NW cor Folsom 

and Rausch 
Bose Bernard, clerk Frederick W. Runge, r. Clinton, 

nr Bryant 
Bose Charles M., groceries and liquors, SE cor Ellis 

and Fillmore 
Bose Diedericli, groceries and liquors, SW cor 

Howard and Moss 
Bose Frederick, groceries and liquors, SW cor Bran- 
nan and Geneva 
Bose John, laborer, r. 1131}^ Folsom 
Bose John Henry, laborer Cal. Sugar Refinery, r. 505 

Eighth 
Bose Margaret, domestic 919 McAllister 
Bose Martin Henry, shoecutter Buckingham & Hecht, 

r. 1131}^ Folsom 
Bose. See Boes and Boese 
Bosee Richard, stock clerk Hecht Bros. & Co., r. 1112 

Bryant 
Boseo Mary Mrs., cook, r. 334 Beale 
Bosford J."F., r.