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REFERENCE BOOK 

Not to be taken from the Library 



San Francisco. 



BAY CI TY IRON W ORKS 

JJigelow & IrfiTTLE, Proprietors. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



ron Doors, Shutters, Bank Vaults 

House Cresting, Fences, Weather Vanes, 
Ventilators, Ventilator Plates, Hop 

Furnaces, Gasometers, 
Iron Girders, Trusses, 
Iron Roofs, Prison Work, 
Channel Iron Wheelbar- 
rows, etc. 

103 and 105 FREMONT ST. 
323 and 325 MISSION ST. 
San Francisco, Cal. 

S3" Illustrated Catalogues Sent Free on application. 





Queen Lily Soap, 

MANUFACTURED BY THE 

New England Soap Company. 



The attention of the 
called to the Celebrat- 
which has now been 
years, and has earned 
justly deserves. For 
Curtains, Tidies, Fam- 
surpassed, leaving the 
snow white, and 
Woolen Goods being 
of Soaps, are soft and 
The labor is less, and 
articles washed, espe- 
worn less by going 
process. 




Public is respectfully 
ed Queen Lily Soap, 
on the market for 16 
a reputation which it 
Fine Laces, Window 
ihj Linen, etc. , it is un- 
article washed lily 
agreeable to the smell, 
washed in this Queen 
silky to the touch, 
in consequence the 
cially fine fabrics, are 
through the washing 



THE QUEEN LILY SOAP is unsurpassed in cleaning painted work in the 
house. In fact purchasers will find that although apparently high in price, it is 
in reality the cheapest of Extra good Soaps. Use according to directions on the 
wrapper. For sale by aH> first-class Grocers. 

FISCHBECK AND GLOOTZ, 

Factory corner of 16th and Utah Streets. 
Office 214 Sacramento Street. 



San Francisco. 



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Francisco. 

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fer feftAL REFERENfl^ 

Puget Sound Lumber 

COMPANY, 

Being established at VALLEJO, with branch Lumber Yards and Agencies at all 
important points in the State, is stocked with a large assortment of 

Oregon, Sugar Pine and Redwood Lumber. 

Doors. Windows, Blinds, Lime, Plaster, Hair, Cement, etc. 

LUMBER SAWED TO ORDER and FURNISHED PER CARGO. 



This Company owning its own Mills and Vessels brings its lumber direct to the 
i Railroad at Vallejo, and is therefore enabled to sell at Cheaper Prices than here- 
tofore offered to the people of this vicinity, and persons wanting a bill of lumber 
will certainly make a great mistake if they do not call on this firm before making 
their purchases. A. POWELL, General Manager, 

Puget Sound Lumber Company, 18 Market St., S. F. Room 6. 
YARDS AT 
SOUTH VALLEJO, ST. HELENA, WOODLAND, TULARE, 

OAKLAND, CALISTOGA, WILLIAMS, HANFORD, 

ALAMEDA, DIXON, MAXWELL, 

RUTHERFORD, SACRAMENTO, FRESNO, 

And Agencies at all other Important Points. 



JOS. WAGNER & CO. 

101-107 Mission Street, San Francisco. 

FLOUR MILL MACHINERY 



Contractors and Builders of New Process Roller 
Mills. Shafting, Gearing, Pulleys, and all Kinds 
of Iron Machinery. 



Colton Dental Association, 

Phelan's Building, Rooms 6-10. 

Entrance 806 Market Street. 



Gas Specialists. Positively extract teeth without pain. Only office that makes 
and gives the Celebrated " COLTON G-AS." Established in 1863. Over 20,000 
references. Also performs all operations in Dentistry. 

DR. CHARLES W. DECKER. 



San Francisco. 



Selby SmeltingAiLead Co, 

OFFICE, 

416 Montgomery Street, San Francisco. 



Base Bullion, Lead and Silver Ores Purchased. 

Gold and Silver Bullion Refined. 



ALSO MANUFACTURERS 

Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Shot, Pig Le; 
Solder, Babbitt Metal, Blue Stone, etc. 



ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF 



Standard Chaniberlin Patent 

Shot Gun Cartridges, 

WM. J. PETERS, Residence 15th and Castro Sts. 

PBTBES <5Z CO., 

Carpenters and Builders, 

Shop, 510 MARKET STREET, up Stairs. 

CARPENTERS FURNISHED BY THE HOUR OR DAY. 

STORE AND OFFICE FITTING and General Repairing. 

Orders by Postal Cards will receive prompt attention. 



Established in 1851. 

H. W. FRANK & CO., 

Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer and 
Dealer in 

BEDDING, FURNITURE, 

AND 

UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

Spring, Hair, Wool, Moss and Pulu Mattresses. 

212, 214 and 216 Commercial Street, 

Below Front, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Steamers and Vessels promptly fitted up. 
Also manuf icturers of Woven Wire Mattresses. 



C. E. DRISCOLL'S 

SANITARIUM 

2210 and 2212 POWELL STREET, 

NORTH BEACH, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Hot (and Cold) Salt Water Baths, in big 
6 foot Porcelain Tubs, 25 Cents, 6 
Tickets, $1.00. Steam Baths, 50c. 

This is the largest, best and cheapest bath-house 
in the hot 'JSALT WATER BELT," west of 
Boston, Mass. 

N. B.— These Baths run on their merit since 
1860, and under m control since 1S66. 

A. D. 18S6. Yours batl.fully, C. E. D. 



San Francisco. 



(Established iu 1S75.) 

NAVIGATION SCHOOL, 

404 & 406 Beale Street, San Francisco. 

AUTHORIZED BY THE 

BOARD of MARINE UNDERWRITERS of SAN FRANCISCO. 

Director, Examining 1 Officers, appointed by Board. 

Captain E. McNEVIN. ' Capt. H. H. WATSON, Capt. G. CUMMING. 

The School is open daily (Saturdays excepted) from 3 to 5 p. m. and from 
7 to 10 p. m. The course is thorough, and will eaable those taking it to obtain 
Certificates of Competency as required by the U. S. Shipping Act. Masters and 
Mates of Vessels will find this School specially adapted to fit them for passing 
the Examination made necessary by the said Act. 

The use of nautical instruments practically taught and illustrated. Books 
(including McNevin's Works on Navigation and Marine Laws, etc.) can be pro- 
cured at this school. 

N. B. — Preparatory instruction in Arithmetic, Geometry, Reading, Writing, 
etc., also given when required. 



Extract from Report to The Board of Trade and the Chamber of Commerce. 
Since 1877 a Nautical school has been conducted under the supervision of the Board of Marine 
Underwriters, at 406 Beale Street, San Francisco, by Captain Edmund McNevin, a thoroughly com- 
petent and enthusiastic teacher of Navigation and Seamanship. During the past seven years 89 
masters and 20 mates have been graduated from this school, after a course of study and passing a 
thorough examination by two expert Master Mariners. These all possess certificates counter- 
signed by the officers of the Board of Marine Underwriters. Thug far only one of these has been 
withdrawn for misconduct. It is believed that this school has been an important factor in the 
diminution of disasters at sea on our coast, and in the consequent great reduction in rates of 
premium. But it ought to be controlled by the ship-owners, and placed on a much larger and 
more permanent basis than at present. 



JOS. F. KINGWELL, 




No. 422 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



DEPOSITIONS A. SPECIALTY. 



San Francisco. 



St. Mary's College, 

SAN FRANCISCO, 

CONDUCTED BY THE 

Brothers of the Christian Schools. 



This Institution offers Students every facility for acquiring a thor- 
oughly Christian and practical Education — an education that will not 
only enable, but engage them to fulfill faithfully their duties as Chris- 
tians, and thus make them good and useful members of society. 

The Brothers are trained to the work of education; it is their voca- 
tion — the sole object of their Society. They live in the same house, sit at 
the same table, preside at the recreations, and, as far as possible, form a 
family circle with the Students, in order the more easily to gain their 
confidence, and thus be in a position to direct them successfully in their 
studies. 

THE STUDIES. 

The Studies are divided into two distinct courses — Collegiate and 
Commercial. 

The usual Academic Degrees are conferred on those who merit the 
distinction. 

The Business or Commercial Course is thoroughly organized, and 
forms a separate Department. A Diploma is awarded to those who com- 
plete this course and pass the required examination. 

All the classes are examined publicly at the end of each Term. 

The result of the monthly examination of each Student is sent to the 
Parents or Guardian. 

Besides the usual Class Exercises in Elocution, Literary Societies are 
organized to give the Students further opportunity for the cultivation of 
General Literature and Public Speaking. 

TERMS. 

(Payments Invariably in Advance.) 

Board, Washing, Tuition and Medical Attendance $150 00 

Students in the Graduating Class of either Department will be 
charged Twenty-five Dollars additional per Term. 
Music and Drawing Extra. 

DAY STUDENTS. 

Preparatory, Intermediate and Commercial Departments, per term 

of Five Months $40 00 

Collegiate and Business Departments 60 00 

For further particulars, apply at the College, or at the Sacred Heart 
College, corner of Eddy and Lark in Streets. 

BRO. BETTELIN, President. 



San Francisco. 



JOHN MARTELL, 

Gold and Silver Plater, 

No. 623 Sacramento Street, 

Between Montgomery and Kearny, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Manufacturer and Importer of Coach and Carriage Hardware, Lamps, etc. 

A good assortment of Carriage Lamps and Candles constantly on hand. Particular attention 
paid to the repairing of Carriage Lamps. Name Plate* made at short notice. A good assortment 
of Door Plates and Numbers on hand. 

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



A. MORETTI. 



B. TREZZINI. 



MORETTI AND TREZZINI, 



ITALIAN ARTISTS IN 




DESIGNERS OF ALL STYLES OF DECORATION. 



Are prepared to undertake the Decoration and Painting of Halls 

Private Residences, Churches, Theaters, Hotels, Banking 

and Business Offices in the most superb, elegant and 

attractive manner, at most reasonable prices. We 

solicit correspondence from parties desiring 

such work done. 

^S Phelan Building, Sfr» 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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£ i 




FOR SEE BEST IMPROVED 

ARTIFICIAL LIMBS 

ADDRESS 

MENZO SPRING. 

9| 9 Geary St. |J 

Sj SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. || 
" OFFICE 5. P 




B. E. ARNOLD, -j» 

WHOLESALE BUTCHER ' ^ L 



Corner of Valencia 
and 23d Streets. 



AND PORK PACKER. 



Highest price paid tor Cattle, Fat Cows, Steers, 
Sheep, Calves, Etc. 

Slaughter House, M St., Butchertown. 



San Francisco. 9 < 




PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY. 

Steamers of this Company sail from Broadway Wharf, 
San Francisco, for ports in 
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, WASHINGTON AND IDAHO 
^ TERRITORIES, BRITISH COLUMBIA AND ALASKA, 

AS FOLLOWS: 

CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN COAST ROUTE. 

The Steamers SANTA ROSA and ORIZABA sail for San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles 
and San Diego as follows: Steamer SANTA ROSA, the 10th, 20th and 30th at 2 P. M.; and the 
Steamer ORIZABA, the 5th, 15th and 25th at 9 A. m. of every month. 

The Steamers LOS ANGELES and EUREKA sail for Santa Cruz, Monterey, San Simeon, Cay- 
ucos, Gaviota, Santa Barbara, San Buenaventura, Hueneme, and San Pedro, as follows: Los AN- 
GELES, the 2d, 12th and 22d at 8 a. m.; and the EUREKA, the 7th, 17th and 27th at 8 A. M., of 
every month. 

Alaska Route- 

The Steamship ANCON or IDAHO, carrying the U. S. Mails, sails from Portland, Oregon, on or 
about the first of each month for Port Townsend, W. T., Victoria and Nanaimo, B. O, Fort Wran- 
gle, Sitka and Juneau and other ports in Alaska, connecting at Port Townsend with the steamer 
sailing from San Francisco about the last of each month for Victoria and Puget Sound, as per ad- 
vertisement herein. 

Victoria and Puget Sound Route 

One of the Company's steamships, carrying Her Britannic Majesty's Mails, sails from Broad- 
way Wharf, San Francisco, at 10 a. m. tor Victoria, B. C; Port Townsend, Seattle, Tacoma, Steil- 
acoom and Olympia, making close connections with steamboats, etc., for Skagit River and Cassiar 
Mines, Nanaimo, New Westminster, Yale, Vancouver, B. O, Alaska, and oil other important points 
as follows: QUEEN OF THE PACIFIC and GEO. W. ELDER every eight days; returning, leave 
Seattle and P>rt Townsend p. m. 

Portland. Oregon Route. 

The Oregon Railway and Navigation Company and the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, will 
dispatch one of their steamers from Spear Street Whavf , San Francisco, at 10 a. m. for Astoria and 
Portland, Oregon. Steamers COLUMBIA, STATE OF CALIFORNIA, and OREGON, leave Port- 
land and San Francisco every 5th day. 

For steamers carrying combustibles, see advertisements in the San Francisco Alta, or Guide. 

Eureka and Humboldt Bay Route. 

Steamer CITY OF CHESTER sails from Broadway Wharf, San Francisco, every Wednesday at 9 
a. m., for Eureka (Humboldt Bay). Returning, leaves Eureka Saturdays at high tide. 

Point Arena and Mendocino Route 

Steamer YAQUINA sails from Broadway Wharf, San Francisco, at 3 p. m., every Monday, for 
Point Arena, Cuffey's Cove, Little River, Mendocino, Whitesboro, Noyo and Fort Bragg. Return- 
ing, arrives at San Francisco Saturdays . 

For movements of freight boats, see the San Francisco Alta, or Guide. 



EMIGRANTS AND TOURISTS! There is a great demand for laborers to work on the Rail- 
roads in Oregon, Washington Territory, and British Columbia. The new and rich Gold and Coal 
Mines in Sitka and British Columbia are attracting thousands of people theie. 

Santa Cruz is a lovely town and a popular watering place. It is only about eight hours' ride 
from San Francisco. Monterey is the old capital of the State, and is celebrated for its old adobe 
buildings, the Mission, the Methodist's camping grounds and many other noted things and places. 

Tourists in search of pleasure, and invalids in search of health, will find no country that can 
supply their wants as can southern California. The medical virtues of the Paso Robles Hot 
Springs are universally acknowledged. For rheumatism, gout, neuralgia, liver complaint, im- 
pure blood, etc., they have norivalin the world. Santa Barbara and Santa Monica are celebrated 
watering places. The fame of the orange groves of Los Angeles is worldwide. The consumptive 
who sojourns in San Diego takes a new lease of life . 

Rates of fare, which include meals and sleeping accommodations, are lower b}- this than hy 
any other route. Through tickets sold to all the principal places on the coast. Stages and rail- 
roads make close connection with steamers for all the principal places in the interior. For fur- 
ther information in regard to tickets, call at the 

Ticltet Office j, 214 Montgomery SStreet, 

OPPOSITE THE RUSS HOUSE. 
D. B. JACKSON, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent, 

G0DDALL, PERKOS & C0-, General Agents- No. 10 Market Street, San Francisco- 



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San Francisco. 



Big Hedge Poultry Yards 

1321 Sixth Avenue, and Cor. Sutter and Dupont Sts. 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



THOROUGHBRED POULTRY, 



PIGEONS, 

GUINEA HENS, 
PEACOCKS, 

PHEASANTS, 
TOULOUSE 

GEESE,, 




RABBITS, 

CANARIES 
AND 
LOVE BIRDS , 
MALTESE 

CATS 



Particular attention is called to my SEW BROODERS for young Chickens, Turkeys 
etc. Incubators of all Varieties kept on hand and for sale. Wire netting for Poultry 
Yards, Coops, Meat and Vegetable Choppers, Shell, Pork Scraps, Poultry Medicines, Cages, Etc. 

Poultry Brooders and Incubators on Exhibition 

At Stalls 12 and 38 Center Market, Corner Dupont and Sutter Sts., 
San Francisco, (al. 

SEND FOR PRICE LIST. 



W. C. TYLER, President. 



A. S. REID, Secretary. F. H. KELLOGG, Vice-President. 



STOCKTON AND SAN FRANCISCO PACKET COMPANY. 

Opposition Passenger Packet. 




STEAMER T. C WALKKR 

LEAVES SAN FRANCISCO, LEAVES STOCKTON, 

Washington Street Wharf, North Side of the Channel, 

MONDAYS 5 o'clock, P. M. TUESDAYS ." 4 o'clock, P. M 

WEDNESDAYS " " ! THURSDAYS* 

FRIDAYS " " SATURDAYS " 

Freight Received Daily. For Freight or Passage apply at Office, Washington Street Wharf. 
F. II KELLOGG. Manager's. F. Division 



San Francisco. 



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JOHN SKINKER, 

253 MARKET STREET SAN FRANCISCO. 

Sole Agent on the Pacific Coast for 

DUPONT'S, Cannon, Musket, Blasting,;Sup'r Mining, 
and Celebrated Brands SPORTING 

POWDER. 

THE Union Metallic Cartridge Co. 's Cartridges, Rim 
and Central Fire. Brass and Paper Shot Shells, 
Wads, Primers, Bullets, Percussion Caps, etc. 

Eagle Safety Fuse, Single, Double, and Triple Tape, 
Cement No. I and No. 2. 

Nobel's Giant Cap Co. Double and Triple Force Gi- 
ant Caps, the Strongest and Best in the Market. 



BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. 

A. WHITNEY & SONS' CAR WHEEL WORKS. 



Railroad Iron and Railroad Material. 



WILLIAMS, BIMOND & CO., 




eneral 




ommissioi 




erchants, 



AGENTS FOR THE PACIFIC COAST 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



San Francisco. 



South Pacific Coast R. R 

SHOKT LINE. 
San Jose, Glenwood, Big Trees and Santa Cruz 




40 MILES SHORTER TO SANTA 

THAN BY ANT OTHER ROUTE. 

Finest liffig tag aat Wi 

<M©UK»g IN THE STATE. 

Low Fares ! Superb Equipments 



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THE SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA! 

!Every Variety of Scenery ! Tourists' and Campers' Paradise ! 

THROUOH THE SAXTA CLAIM VAMiEY, 

THE SAJfTA CRUiK MOUNTA 1X8 and the BIG TREE GROVE, 

TO THE BAIT OF 2IOXTEKEY. 



INo Dust. 

INo Change 

of Cars. 

fast Time. 

i Low Fares. 

Pure Air. 

"No Mosquitoes. 

Shady 

Canyons. 

Babbling 

Brooks. 



Beautiful 

Ferns. 

'Choice Shells 
wi» 

Sea Mosses. 

'Magnificent 

Beach. 

Innumerable 
Drives. 




Palatial 

Steamers 

Short Line. 

Heavy 

Steel Hail 

First-Class 
Equipment. 

Parlor Cars. 

Grand 



Scenery. 



Fine 



Fishing. 



Good 



Hunting. 



Lovely 

Flowers. 

Big Trees 
1000 Years Old. 



Grateful 



Shade, 



10 MILES SHORTER TO SANTA CRUZ WSJ THAN BY ANT OTHER ROUTE. 

$ FOLDERS DESCRIPTIVE of the ROAD, and TICKETS at 

No, 222 Montgomery Street, and Station foot of Market St., S. F. 

A. E. DAVIS, Prss. E. M. GAEEATT, Gen'l Fr't and Pass. Agt. 



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San Francisco. 




DR. P. R. MORSE, 

PRACTICAL 

VETERINARY 

SURGEON. 



GRADUATE OF THE 




Royal Veterinary College of London. 

WHAT CHEER LIVERY STABLE 

Jackson Street, between Front and Davis. 

OFFICE HOURS 7 to 9 a, m., 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 9 p. m. 

I Kesidence, 123 Jackson Street, San Francisco. 



San Francisco. 



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THE DAILY AND WEEKLY 




San Francisco, Cal. 



HSCO PUBLIC UBRAW 



4M* 

fcWtC CENTER 

ir, news andbusi: 



The Alta says, 

We say it about ourselves. 

Under its new and vigorous editoriai;"news and -business management, 
the Alta California is meeting with great popular favor. 

It is the largest every-day paper on the Pacific Coast. 

It is the best printed and the easiest read. 

It is a newspaper, and presents both sides' of all matters of public 
interest. 

It strives to serve the great commercial interests of the coast. 

We have no enemies to punish nor friends to pet, but aim to be fair and 
truthful with all. 

The Alta is 

NEWSY.Mf 

COMPLETE,^ 

^RELIABLE. 

The organized representative business interests of the entire coast are 
every day presented in the Alta. Every business which desires general 
attention should be represented in its columns. 

Every courtesy consistent with a liberal business policy will be shown 
to our patrons. All inquiries will be answered by return mail. Postage 
free to the United States and Canada. 



Daily Alta, one year $6.00 

" " one month. 50 

Weekly Alta, one year 1.50 

Address, 

ALTA CALIFORNIA PUBLISHING COMPANY, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



18 San Francisco. 



THE 



Anglo -Californian Bank, 

[ IjIMITED ] 

LONDON OFFICE 3 ANGEL COURT 

SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE- N. E. COR. SANSOME & PINE 

Authorized Capital Stock $6,000,000 

Subscribed 3,000,000 

Paid in 1,500,000 

Surplus 400,000 

Remainder Subject to Call. 



DIRECTORS IN LONDON- 
WM. F. SCHOLFIELD, E. H. LUSHINGTON. 

ISAAC SELIGMAN, JOSEPH SEBAG. 

I. SIMON, Managing Director, London. 

Correspondents and Agents: 

J. &W. SELIGMAN & CO ■ NEW YORK 

MASSACHUSETTS NATIONAL BANK BOSTON 

CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK PHILADELPHIA 

MERCHANTS' LOAN AND TRUST CO CHICAGO 

BANK OF COMMERCE ST. LOUIS 

ESPY, HEIDELBACH & CO CINCINNATI 

LOUISIANA NATIONAL BANK NEW ORLEANS 

MERCHANTS' BANK OF CANADA CANADA 

SELIGMAN FRERES & CIE PARIS 

SELIGMAN & STETTHEIMER FRANKFORT 

GEBRUDER MEYER BERLIN 

M. M.WARBURG & CO HAMBURG 

D. B. ADLER & CO COPENHAGEN 

OESTERREICHISCHE CREDIT ANSTALT VIENNA 

BANQUE DE LA SUISSE ITALIENNE LOCARNO 

NIEDERSAFCHS1SCHF, BANK BREMEN 

CLAUS SPRECKLES & CO SANDWICH ISLANDS 

BANCO NACIONAL DE MEXICO MEXICO 

China, Japan and East Indies. 

Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. 

Australia and New Zealand. 
I 

Bank of Australasia and Branches. 
Union Bank of Australia. 



RILLS OF EXCHAUGE, COMMERCIAL, and TRAVELERS' LET- 
TERS OF CREDIT Issued, Collections made, and Stocks, 
Ronds and Bullion Rought and Sold on 
most favorable terms. 



Managers in San Francisco: 

FREDERICK F. LOW, ICNATZ STEINHART. 

P. N. LILIENTHAL, Cashier. 



San Francisco. 19 



Bank of British N. America. 



Established in 1836.— Incorporated by Royal Charter. 



PAID UP CAPITAL £1,000,000 



Head Office, Clement's Lane, London, England. 

SAN FRANCISCO AGENCY, 

No. 312 PINE STREET. 



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, Chicago, and British 
Columbia, and on the Chartered Mercantile Bank at Hong Kong, Shanghai and Yokohama. 

Bills collected and other Banking Business transacted. 

Interest allowed on special deposits. 

W. LAWSON, \ . 

C. E. TAYLOR, { A gw™. 



THE 



Hibernia Savings and Loan Society. 

Incorporated 12th April, 1859. 

OFFICE. N. E. cor. Montgomery and Market Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



The objects for which this Association is formed are, that by its operations the depositors 
thereof may be enabled to find a 

SECURE and PROFITABLE INVESTMENT 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: 

President M. D. SWEENY. Treasurer ... ROBERT J. TOBIN 

Vice-President .C. D. O'SULLIVAN. Attorney RICHARD TOBIN 

Any person can become a depositor of this Society on subscribing to the By-Laws. 

Deposits can be made of any sum, from ONE DOLLAR. Loans made 
on security »f Real Estate within the City and County. 



WellsJ^ 

EXPRESS and HAWKING. 

0RGANIZEIM85^ 

PRINCIPAiTaGENCIES, HOME and FOREIGN: 

■*• „ „X UNION DEPOT 

ATCHISON KAN 513 CONGRESS AVE 

AUSTIN, TEX ...244 WASHINGTON STREET 

'; , ,:^o> ■;■■;;; ; beemerhaven, geestemunue 

BREMEN -72 _ 78 MONROE STREET 

CHICAGO, ILL 118 WEST FOURTH STREET 

™™nr¥ nTTTBW i'a '.'.'.".'.'.' . . . .CORNER MAIN and BROADWAY 

COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA 611 ELM STREET 

R£ nr^Sf T n^Tv ..... '.'.'.'.. COR. M UN ST. and AUSTIN AVE 

KATS:::::\::::::::::.:''.''.v::\v.: « larger street 

G aLVEsTOn! TEX 4 '". ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. . .'.'.'.'.'.'.' ' .' '.'.'.'.'.'.' '. .'.'.CORNER TREMONT and AVENUE "A" 
GUADALAJARA, MEXICO y ^ DE £ B0U r S " e 

5^5?™^ -'-'.'. 39 ADMIRALITATSTRASSE 

H'^JSSS 6 ™A 77 and 79 FRANKLIN STREET 

5 VS*T2 %rv MO .'.."• CORNER FIFTH and DEL AW A RE STREETS 

KANSAS CITY, MO 9(j V VATER STREET 

LIVERPOOL....- • 99 CANNON STREET 

Wf.°„ N „,; t ' 1 ;, .'..'.'.'.'.CORNEk MAIN and ARCADIA STREETS 

^v^n^TVOFV 9CALLEDE SANTA ISABEL 

££££& &7» tfinr 243 HENNEPIN AVENUE 

MINNEAPOLIS MINN .18 and 2o UNION STREET 

NEW ORLEANS, LA 65 BROADWAY 

NEW YORK ; ■• UNION DEPOT 

OGDEN, UTAH .... 1102 FARNHAM STREET 

OMAHA, NEB 

PANAMA, U.S.C I! '.No. i'9 RUE' SCRIBE 

I atS . w pity - 123 iND 125 EAST TEMPLE STREET 

l*v T iv™wTn TFY 6 EAST COMMERCE STREET 

ifS ™TSr SCO N."E. CORNER SANSOME and HALLECK STREETS 

SAN FRANCISCO »• •=■ 268 FIRST STREET 

SAN JOS E .^ .'....".'.'. V. '. '.'.'. '.'.'..'.'.'.".'.'.'.. '..V.'o'o'l NORTH FOURTH STREET 

SAN LUIS POTOSI.'mEXICO i'8 2 "mAIN STREET 

STOCKTON . • ■ • • ■ ■ • -corner FOURTH and WABASHA STREETS 

ST. PAUL, MINN 102 SIX TH AVENUE 

v? P c E A A in7 MMirn .'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.' 28 CALLE db la INDEPENDENCE 

mmvnWm 69 ASD 71 S0UTH C STREET 

MRGINIA CITY, NEV . ...136 NO. FOURTH ST 

WACO TEX 

EXPRESS LINES 

™,„ „n „«.♦(, of ivrphraska Kansas, Colorado, KTew Mexico. Arizona, 

T ° 5ti8?a" Te™ N^v^U^h, ck'SSia/oregron, Minnesota, Washington, Montana, 
and' Idaho Territories, British Columbia, Alaska uwer California, Mexico, 
New York, Atlantic States, and Europe. 

MONEY ORDERS. 

w«>ii« F-raro & Co.'s Money Orders are payable at over S,000 places 
W e ' 1S in Se U*?ted States and Canal. They can be remitted in letter* as exchange, or 
deposited in banks. Rates: 

Por « IU , fi 5 cental Over 820 to $30 :]l°™ tS 

£ Lf-Tftin 8 " Over $30 to §40 15 

Over ^5 to ^10 ° r»vpr 940 to S50 20 

Over $10 to $20 10 I 0\ er !j40 to wj 

Bills of Exchange and Telegraph Transfers. 

Transfer between designated offices. 

Collections and Commissions 

TTnvnTEVIS President! JAMES HERON, Secretary. 

H WADSWORTH f, Treasurer. H. B. PARSONS, Ass't Secretary. 

JOHN J VALENTINE, Vice-President and General Manager. 

E M COOPER, General Superintendent Western Department. 

w'j HANCOCK, General Superintendent Eastern Department. 



San Francisco. 21 

THE 

German jj&Ying? a Loan ^ocietij 

GUARANTEED CAPITAL $400,000 



No. 526 California Street. 

Office hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Extra hours on Saturdays from 7 to 8 p. M. 
for receiving of Deposits only. 



Loans made on Real Estate and other Collateral 
Securities at Current Rates of Interest. 



L. G0TTIG President 

F. R0EDNIG Vice-President and Cashier 

GEORGE LETTE Secretary 



1843 The Best Company, 1886 

MUTUAL LIFUiWRMCE CO. 

OF NEW YORK. 



ASSETS - $109,000,000 

RICHARD A. McCURDY - - PRESIDENT. 

IT is the Oldest, Largest, Strongest. Safest and Cheapest Company 

in which to insure, its large dividend returns reducing the cost of insurance below that of any 
other Company. 

It is the BEST Company in which to insure, as it combines all the advantages of age, 
large and select membership, financial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance that 
is honestly possible under anj' contract which has a definite value to the beneficiary. 

Its SfEW POLICY is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company. It 
pla es no restrictions upon Travel, Occupation, or Residence, after being two 
years in force— being IVon-forfeitable and practically incontestable, it provides a 
Legacy, and not a Lawsuit. It is the Simplest and most Comprehensive form 
of Insurance Contract ever issued. If the policy-holder pays his premiums while he lives, the 
Company will pay the full value of his" Policy when he dies. 

It is Purely Mutual— ALL CASH. No Premium Notes or Loans 

The Premium Note or I<oan System means INCREASING Cash Pay- 
ments or DECREASING INSURANCE. 

Those who desire Safe Life Insurance at Lowest Cost are invited to apply to 

A. B. FORBES, General Agent, 

314 Sansome St., San Francisco. Cal. 



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San Francisco. 



Pacific Department 

CONNECTICUT 




Fire Insurance Co 



CAPITAL PAID UP $1,000,000.00 

CASH ASSETS 1,868,882.00 



J. D. BROWNE, President, 

CHAS. R. BURT, Secretary, 

L. W. CLARK, Ass't Sec'y. 



WM. MACDONALD, Manager. 

330 Montgomery Street, Safe Deposit Building, 

TELEPHONE No. 348. 

OLDENDORFF, HARVEY & CO., 

Resident Agents, Portland, Oregon. 

GEO. F. A.SHTON, ) 

BENJ. J. SMITH, Special Agents. ' 

A. B. VOGEL. \ 



San Francisco. 23 



GEISTERAX, 



Insurance Agency 



OF 



BROWN, CRAIG & CO. 



OF BROOKLYN. 

CAPITAL $1 ,000,000.00 

ASSETS over 5,000,000.00 



THE AMERICAN 

OF PHILADELPHIA. 



The Insurance GompanyoftheState of Penn, 



OF PHILADELPHIA. 



AMERICAN STEAM BOILER INSURANCE CO. 



Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co. 

429 California Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



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San Francisco. 




I 





Shipping and Commission Merchants, 

309 Sansome Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



NATIONAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

Of IRELAND. 

ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY, 

Of LONDON. 



Boylston Mutual Insurance Company, 



Of BOSTON. 



H. M. NEWHALL & CO., 



GENERAL AGENTS. 




San Francisco. 25 



Transatlantic Fire Insurance Company 



oif :h:^:m::btt:r,G!-- 



Capital, - - - - $1,500,000 

GEO. MARCUS & CO., Agents. 

232 California Street, San Francisco. 



P. P. BACON, President. F. S. PAGE, Secretary. 

THE GLOBE IRON WORKS COMPANY, 

Manufacturers and Repairers of all kinds of 




sua 





is 



AM> BUILDERS OF 



LUMBERMEN'S LOCOMOTIVES, 
Portable, Stationary and Marine Engines and Boilers, 

Mining, Hoisting and Hydraulic Machinery, etc. 



OFFICE AND WORKS : 

222 and 224 Fremont Street. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 

DYER CANNON-BALL, QUARTZ MILL. 



J. T. McCrosson. William Hendry. 

Pacific Axle Co. 

Manufacturers of all kinds of 

Truck, Wagon and Carriage Axles* 

Of Best Refined Iron and Steel, 

213 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



26 San Francisco. 



PACIFIC 

ROLLING MILL C OMPANY 

Capital Stock, $l t 0OO,OOO. 

Established for the manufacture of Railroad and Merchant Iron, Rolled Gird- 
ers, and every variety of Rolled and Hammered Shafting, Railroad Supplies, 
Forgings of all kinds, Horseshoe Shapes, Machine and Bridge Bolts, Nuts, 
Washers, Boiler Rivets, Harrow Teeth, etc., etc. 



Office, 202 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Orders addressed to PACIFIC ROLLING MILL CO., P. O. Box 2032, 
will have immediate attention. 



HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR SCRAP IRON. 



President William Alvord. Superintendent. .Patrick Noble. 

Gen'l Manager. L. B. Benchley. Secretary. .Charles M. Keeney. 



GOLDEN STATE AND MINERS' 

IRON WORKS 

WALES L. PALMER President. 

CARLTON F. MOULTHROP Secretary. 



Mining, Milling, Pumping £ Dredging Machinery, Specialties. 

Sole Makers of "HERCULES" and "ATLAS" Dredgers. 

Golden State Suction and Pressure Blowers. 
Roller Ore Feeders, the Cheapest and Best in Use. 



Plans, "Working Drawings and Specifications of all kinds 

of Machinery. 

Nos. 237 to 357 First Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



San Francisco. 



27 



ATLAS IRON WORKS, 

J. B. JARDINE, Proprietor. 

Manufacturer of Boilermakers Tools of all Kinds. 

Punching and Shearing Machinery a Specialty. 

INCLUDING 

Steam Hammers, Drop Hammers, 

Gang or (Piano) Punches, 

Power Shears, 

Power Punch and Shears Combined, 

Hand Punch and Shears Combined, 

Hand Punches, 

Hand Shears, Band Saws, 

Drill Presses, Hand Rolls, 

Power Rolls, Bolt Cutters, 

Engines and Boilers, 

Ice and Refrigerating Machinery, 

Quartz Mills. 




Estimates given for all kinds of Iron Work. 

Repairing a Specialty . 
213 and 215 Mission Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 




W.R.ALLEN, 



IMPORTER OF 



Iron Pipe and Fittings, 

Lift and Force Pumps, 
Brass Cocks and Valves, 

For Steam, Water and Gas, 

Sheet Zinc, Iron Sinks, 
Plumbers' Goods, 

No. 414 Market Street, 



San Francisco. 




Ti 

in 



WELCH & CO., 



W 



MEEOHANT8, 

Brittan's Building, 109 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



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

Represented by 

R. D. WELCH & CO Tower Chambers, Liverpool, England. 

WELCH , RITHET Sl CO Victor! a, British Columbia. 



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San Francisco. 



New Wisconsin Hotel 

No. 902 Montgomery Street, 

Northeast Corner Montgomery and Pacific Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



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HENRY EVANS P ROPRI ETO R 

(SUCCESSOR TO JOHN TREMBATH.) 




RATES OF CHARGES. 

Board and Lodging, per day $1 .00 

Board and Lodging, per week $5.00 to $6.00 

Single Meals 25 cents 

Single Rooms 50 cents 

This Hotel is convenient to the Victoria, Oregon, San Diego and 
Humboldt Steamers. 

Superior Accommodations for Families at Reduced Rates. 

FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE. 

Transient Visitors will find this one of the most comfortable and convenient 
houses in the City, the rooms beine lar?e, li'/ht and airyf 



San Francisco. 



29 



J. M. HIGGINS, 

(Successor to S. P. TAYLOR & CO.) 




BOOKBINDER, 



AND 



BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER 



525 Clay Street, San Francisco. 
Secure the German Trade. 

California Demokrat, 

Daily, Sunday and Weekly German Newspaper. 

(Established 1853.) 

Thoroughly Metropolitan, Enterprising, Fresh, Newsy and Sparkling. 

The Leading German Paper in the State with over 

ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND GERMAN INHABITANTS! 

Only German Paper west of Missouri that furnishes its readers with the latest telegraphic reports 
of the' Associated Press. All classes of Merchants and Dealers who are seeking the German trade, 
will find advertisements in the California Demokrat read by a larger nunber of readers than they 
would by any other channel. 

Terms per Annum: 

Daily Edition $10 00 I Sunday Edition $2 50 

Weekly Edition 2 50 | Weekly and Sunday 4 00 

Advertisements Inserted on the Most Liberal Terms. 

The Circulation of the Demok* t is THREE TIMES LARGER than that of any other 
daily German Newspaper, and larger than all the German papers combined published on this 

FREDERICK HESS & CO., Editors and Proprietors. 
409, 413 Bush Street (Demokrat Building), San Francisco. 



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Philadelphia Ke««e* 

JOHN KNACK PROPRIETOR 




Nos. 421 and 423 Bush Street, 



BOARD AND ROOM $1.00 to $1.25 PER DAY 

BOARD PER WEEK $5.00 to $7.00 



HOTEL 



RHEIN, 




909 Kearny Street, near Jackson, San Francisco. 
M. KUHL, Proprietor. 

Board and Lodging, per week. -• $5 to $6 I Board per week $4 

Board and Lodging, per day $1 ' Single Meals 25 cents. 

MR. M. KUHL, formerly of this Hotel, has again taken charge thereof, and will conduct the 
same in his usual good style. 

Passengers and Baggage conveyed to and from the Hotel free of charge. 



32 



San Francisco. 



DAVIS BROTHERS, BERGMANN & CO., 

(Successors to DAVIS BROTHERS, TOKLAS & CO.) 
Importers and Jobbers of 

Toys, Fancy Goods 

PLATED WARE, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES, 

CLOCKS, JEWELRY, CUTLERY. WILLOW WARE, 

SMOKERS' ARTICLES, 



Picture Frames, Children's Carriaqes, etc. 
Nos. 10, 12, 14, 16 Sutter St., near Sansome, 

SAN FHANCISCO. 




THYSEN CRAM, 

135 Ninth Street San Francisco. 

Manufacturer of First-Class 



Full Iron Plates and Pat. Agraff Bass. 

Cash Agencies wanted in every city 
on the Coast. 

All Pianos warranted for Twenty- 
Five Years. 





TO SHEEP RAISERS. 

If you want to keep jour Sheep Clean and Free of Scab 
use the 

MATTHEWS' TOBACCO EXTRACT, 

Which has an Established Reputation, and is the Cham 
pion Dip of the Coast. 




It is Perfectly Pure, and one or two trials will convince you of its Superiority. 
For Sale in 1 and 2 Gallon Cans, by EUCEN E AVY, 

Sole Agent for the Pacific States, and) Sheep and Wool Commission Merchant, 

bv all the Principal Country Merchants > „ _ „ _, 

on the Coast. ) 320 Sansonte Street, San Francisco* 



San Francisco. 



33 



Joshua Henfly Made Works, 

Nos. 39 to 51 Fremont Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

Manufacturers of New*-* --*— 

and Dealers in Second-Hand 

Boilers, Engines % Machinery 

OF E VERY DESCRIPT ION. 
"CHALLENGE" ORE FEEDERS, 

Patented March 17, 1874. 




RIGHT-HAND ORE FEEDER. 



Over I200ofthese Machines are in Practical Use. 
giving perfect satisfaction. 

" TRIUMPH " ORE CONCENTRATORS. 




34 San Francisco. 



College of Notre Dame 

OF SAN FRANCISCO, 

FOR YOUNG LADIES. 

DOLORES STREET, bet. 16th and 17th, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Conducted by the SISTERS OF DOTRE DAME. 

This Institution, founded in 1366, chartered in 1876 by Act of the Legislature of the State of 
California, and empowered to confer Collegiate Honors, is situated on Dolores Street, opposite the 
old Mission Church. 

The course of instruction embraces all the branches necessary to the acquisition of 

A SOLID AND REFINED 

«MEDUCATION» 

TERMS: 

Tuition, Board, Washing and Bedding, per annum $260 00 

EXTRA CHARGES. 

Piano, with use of Instrument, per annum $60 00 

Vocal Music, Class Lessons " " 20 00 

Vocal Music, Private Lessons «" " 36 00 

Drawing, per annum 20 00 

Painting in Water Colors, per annum 36 00 

Painting in Oil, per Lesson 1 00 

Vacation »pent at the Collego 30 00 

Graduating Fees 10 00 

Physician's Fees to be paid in case of sickness. 

Bills are presented and are payable at the beginning of each half session, in advance. 



Select Day School Attached to the College. 

TERMS PER MONTH, PAID IN ADVANCE. 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d College Classes $ 6 00 

Tuition in the 3d and 4th College Classes 5 00 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d Preparatory Classes 4 00 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d Grammar Classes 3 00 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d Intermediate Classes 2 00 

Tuition in the 1st and 2d Pi imiry Classes 150 

Music (Vocal and Instrumental), Drawing, Painting and Private Elocution lessons form extra 
charges, as in the Boarding School, but lessons in French and Spanish are given gratis throughout; 
as also in Plain and Fancy Needlework. 

N. B.— A Private conveyance is furnished at moderate rates, for the convenience of pupils 
residing in distant parts of the city 

For further particulars, apply to the 

.SUPERIORESS. 



San Francisco. 



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Cooper Medical College, 

(Successor to Medical Allege of the Pacific.) 



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L. C. LANE, M. D., Professor of Surgery. 

C. N. ELLINWOOD, M. D.,. Professor of Physi- 
ology. 

ADOLPH BARKAN, M. D., Professor of Op- 
thalmology and Otology. 

J. H. WYTHE, M. D., Professor of Microscopy 
and Histology. 

HENRY GIBBONS, Jr., M D., Professor of Ob- 
stetrics and Diseases of Women and Chil- 
dren. 

W. A. DOUGLASS, M. D., Professor of Clinical 
Surgery. 

J. 0. H1RSCHFELDER, M. D., Professor of 
Clinical Medicine. 

CLINTON CUSHING, M. D., Professor of Gyn- 
ecology. 

W. D. JOHNSTON, M. D. , Professor of Chemis- 
try and Toxicology. 

R. H. PLUMMER, M. D., Professor of Anatomy. 

UHAS. H. STEELE, M. D ., Profess jr of Materia 
Medica and Therapeutics. 

J. O. HIRSCHFELDER, Acting Professor of 
Principles and Practice of Medicine. 

J. F. MOaSE, M. D., Adjunct to Chair of Clini- 
cal Surgery. 

W. S. WHITWELL, M. D., Adjunct to Chair of 
Obstetrics. 



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CHAS. E. FARNUAl, M. D., Demonstrator of 

Anatomj. 
A. A. ABRAMS, M. D., Demonstrator of Pathol- 
ogy- 

The Three Year Curriculum is 
adopted by this College; attendance upon three 
regular courses — at least one in this institution 
—being obligatory. 

A Matriculating Examination, or 
other evidence of the possession of a fair educa- 
tion, will be required on entering. 

The Regular Course commences on 
the first Monday in June of each year, and con- 
tinues until November. It is thus a Summer 
Course, contrary to general usage. 

The Intermediate Course com- 
mences early in January of each year, and con- 
tinues nearly four nv.nths. It is a great assist- 
an ce as a preparatory step to the Regular Course, 
and as offering the fullest opportunities for the 
prosecution of dissection. Although attendance 
upon this course is not obligatory, it is ear- 
nestly recommended that all attend it who can 
possibly do so. 

Should any further information be desired, it 
may be obtained by application, in person or by 
letter, to HENRY GIBBONS, JR., M. D- , 
Dean of the Faculty. 



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San Francisco. 



TRUMAN, ISHAM * HOOKER, 




The No. 2 McCORMICK MOWER, 

The Best in the World. 

No. 2 New Model Mower, 4£ feet $100 

No. 2 New Model Mower, 4| feet 110 

Weight, 675 lbs. 



The McCormick Mowers, Reapers, 
and Twine Binders 



CANNOT BE EQUALED. 




The Wild Irishman Tricycle Plow. 

( 12-inch $85.00 

THREE SIZES U-inch 87. 50 

( 16-inch 90.00 

Each Plow has a Rolling Coulter 
and Extra Share. 




TKE MILBURN WAGON. 



LAWRENCE SURREY. 

No. 246— Leather, Ext'sion Top and Shafts, 

No. 246 A— Canopy Top and Shafts 350 

No. 246B— Open, with Shafts 300 

1& Steel Axles, Lamps and Fenders. 

OUR HOLLOW IRON AXLE WAGON. 
Best in the World. 

We have the Finest and most Complete stock of BUGGIES, CARRIAGES and 
WAGONS on the Pacific Coast. We manufacture all kinds of Hay, Hide, Hop, Wool, 
and Rag Presses, etc., to order. Send for special Catalogues of Buggies, Carriages and 
Carts. Agency PACIFIC TOP CO., 421-427 Market Street. 

Address, TRUMAN, ISHAM & HOOKER, 

421-427 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



THE CELEBRATED 
g«n PETALUMA 
SgS BALING PRESS 

> w P Weijrht s6oo lbs. Price 
' § < ' ; 5°. delivered at the fac- 
ta lory. 

Size or bale 13x33x4! 
inches. Capacity 96 tons 
per day. Weight ol bale 
from 225 to 400 lbi 

This remarkable .nichme 
still stands at the head of 
all vertical baling presses, 
and probably bales three- 
quo rters of all the hay west 
of the Rocky Mountain*. 




San Francisco. 



37 



J. R. SMITH & CO. 



Successors to BENEDICT & SMITH, 





136 MONTGOMERY STREET, 



Under Occidental Hotel, First Door below Hotel Entrance, 



\AW FHAHCISim 



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San Francisco. 



D. SEWELL. 



J. GEORGE HUCKS. 



NEW YORK 



'ftotoaiafm 




*tiK 



25 Third Street, 



East Side, between Market and Mission, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 



ANY KIND OK, STYLE OF 




From the Smallest Locket to Life Size, 



EXECUTED IN A VERY SUPERIOR MANNER. 



Small Pictures copied and enlarged to any size; also, Pictures taken from 

Life, finished either in Oil, Crayon, Water-Colors, or India Ink. All 

work made at the New York Gallery is guaranteed to be equal 

if not superior to the very best made in this City or State. 

Please call and see specimens before sitting elsewhere. 

Instantaneous Photographs a Specialty. 



REMEMBER THE PLACE: 

iW TOBK i&lil! 

25 THIRD STREET, 

i"WBLL < dz CO. 



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San Francisco. 



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^ V TED ST*^ 



$ 




WM. E. BOVEE, 

MANAGER. 

No. 548 CLAY STREET, 



Pacific Carriage Co 

TELEPHONE No. 5050. 

Oliver Hinkley - - - Superintendent. 

Business Office, I I Powell Street. 

Central Stand 200 Sutter Street, N. W. Cor. Kearny and Sutter. 



Coupes and Carriages furnished through the S. F. District Telegraph Co. 



SPKCIAIi RATES. 



Coupe. Carr'ge. 

Shopping ( First Hour SI 50 #2 00 

and Calling ( Each subsequent hour.l 00 1 50 

To and from Theater, reserved 3 00 4 On 

To and from Balls, reserved 3 00 4 00 

Weddings 3 00 4 00 

Funerals 3 50 4 00 

Park Drive 4 00 5 00 

Cliff, via Point Lobos 5 00 6 00 

Cliff, via Park return Park 6 00 8 00 

Alms House, via Park 5 00 6 00 



Coupe. Carr'ge. 

Ocem House, via Park 6 00 8 00 

Rlack Point 2 50 3 00 

Villa 4 00 5 00 

Oakland 5 00 6 00 

Industrial School 4 00 5 00 

14-Mile House 10 00 12 00 

Presidio 3 00 4 00 

German Hospital 2 50 3 00 

City and County Hospital 2 00 2 80 

St. Luke's Hospital 2 00 2 50 



Detentions after the time on which Carriages are ordered will be 
charged by the hour. 

FOUR IN HAND WAGONETTS FOR PARTIES. 

Horses, Buggies and Rockaways. 

WORK HORSES TO LET. 



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RESPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION OF 

TOURISTS ®g PLEASURE SEEKERS 

TO THE SUPERIOR FACILITIES 

■ Offered for reaching many of 
' . " , * the principal 

SUMMERBIWINTER 

RESORTS 

OF CALIFORNIA, 



' Northern Division ' 
with 



of its line, 



SPEED, 

SAFETY AND COMFORT. 

/CTThis Road runs through one 
of the richest and most fruitful 
sections of California, and is the 
only lin« traversing the entire 
length of the famous 

Santa Clara Valley, 

celebrated for its productiveness, 
and the picturesque and park- 
like character of its scenery; as 
also the beautiful 

SAN BENITO, 
PAJARO AND SALDWS VALLEYS, 

the most nourishing Agricultural 
Section of the Pacific Coast. 



Along the entire length of the 
"Northern Division" the tour- 
ist meets with a succession of Ex- 
tensive Farms, Delightful Subur- 
ban Homes, Beautiful Gardens, 
Innumerable Orchards and Vine- 
yards, and Luxuriant Fields of 
Grain; indeed a continuous pan- 
orama of enchanting 

MOUNTAIN, VALLEY, 



COAST SCENERY 

Is presented to the view. 

Characteristics of this Line 

Good Road-Bed, 

1 Low Rates, Steel Rails, Fast Time, 

Elegant Cars, Fine Scenery. 




TICKET OFFICES: 

1 Passenger Depot, Townsend Street, between 3d and 4th Streets; Valen- 
cia Street Station, and No. 613 MARKET ST., Grand Hotel, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

A. C. BASSETT, H. R. JUDAH, 

Superintendent (Northern Division). Asst. Pass.& Tkt. Agt. 



42 San Francisco. 



Eugene avy, 

Wholesale Dealer in Sheep 

AND 

WOOL COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

No. 320 Sansome Street, Wells, Fargo & Co's Building, Room 11 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Sole agent for the celebrated MATHEWS' 
TOBACCO EXTRACT SHEEP DIP, which 
is the best and cheapest remedy for the SCAB. 

Constant purchaser at regular market rates 
of fat sheep and lambs, and also slaughtered on 
commission. 

Liberal advances made on consigned wool. 




Parties having live stock for sale will find it to their advantage 
to write me before disposing of the same. 

WOOL BAGS, TWINE, SHEEP SHEARS, 

And all kinds of Sheep Dips, French Sulphur, etc., always on 
hand and for sale at lowest market prices. 

SAN FRANCISCO 

Cordage Factory 



Constantly on hand a large and complete assortment of 



Whale Line, Bale Rope, Tarred Manilla Rope, etc. 

MANUFACTURED FROM 

PURE M.A.NILJLA. HEMP. 

Sisal Rope of all Sizes and Kinds. 

OFFICE AT 

TUBES & CO., 

611 and 613 Front St. Manufactory at the Potrero. 



San Francisco. 



43 



E. D. HEATLEY. 



EDWIN WOTTON. 



ERNEST L. HEATLEY. 



DICKSON, DE WOLF * CO. 

Commission Merchants 

412 and 414 BATTERY STREET, San Francisco. 



Heatley, Wotton & Co., - 11 George Yard, LoiM Street, London. 



SOLE AGENTS OF THE CELEBRATED 



H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S 

FINE OLD WHISKIES. 

IN WOOD— " Monogram," "Old Stock," "A. A. A," Cranston Cabinet," 
"Century," "Henry Bull," "BoubleB." 

IN CLASS— In cases of 1 doz. quart bottles each--" Brunswick Club," pure 
Old Rye, " Upper Ten," very old and choice. 




Corner of Pulton and Webster Sts,, San Francisco 
DEALERS IN BEER AND MALT. 



44 San Francisco. 



WATKINS' NEW SERIES OF 

Paeifle Coast S cenery 

City of San Francisco and Suburbs, Yosemite, Big Trees, Gey- 
sers, Shasta, Lake Tahoe, Central Pacific Railroad, Nevada, 
Arizona, Southern Pacific Railroad, Southern California, 
Monterey, Santa Cruz, Hotel del Monte, Cypress Groves, 
Placer, Quartz and Hydraulic Mining. 

The New Northwest, Oregon, Washington Territory, 
British Columbia, embracing 

Tacoma, Seattle, Puget Sound, Victoria, Columbia River, North- 
ern Pacific R. R, Montana, Idaho, and the Great 
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. 

These Views are to be obtained in all sizes from Stereoscopic to Imperial. 
Tourists and all others are respectfully invited to call. 

427 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Pacific Saw Manufacturing Company 

Nos. 17 arul 19 Fremont Htreet, 

SAX FRANCISCO. 



Saws of Every Description on Hand and Made to Order. 

AGENTS FOR C. B. PAUL'S FILES. 



Repairing of all kinds done at short notice. 



TATUM <fc BO WEN, 

25, 27, 29, & 31 MAIN STREET* near MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO. 

And 91 Front Street, Portland, Oregon - 

SOLE AGENTS FOR 

THE ALBANY LUBRICATING COMPOUND AND CUPS, 

THE ALBANY CYLINDER OIL, 

THE ALBANY SPINDLE OIL, THE ALBANY VALVOIL, 

THE SIGHT DROP CYLINDER LUBRICATOR. 

We also import Lard Oil, Went Virginia Lubricating Oil, Downer's Min- 
eral Sperm Skid Oil, Etc. 

These lubricants have been for the last eight years, and are now, in general use in nearly all 
the mills, mines, and steamers on the Pacific Coast, and the fact "that the demand constantly in- 
creases is sufficient evidence of their superiority. 



San Francisco. 



45 ; 




MISS M. JAMES, 
DRESSMAKER 

PARLORS, 121 POST ST., 
San Francisco. 



SUITS TO ORDER IN 24 HOURS. 
Taylor's System Taught. 

MiSS M. James received the First Premium Silver Medal at the Mechanics' Fair for the 
he3t make and finish of Ladies' Suits. Also the First Premium Silver Medal at the State Fair for 
the same. She employs a gentleman finisher on waists, thus guaranteeing a first-class tailor-made 
suit. Ladies will do well to give her a call. 



MADAME PH 




resser, 



Shampooing and Hairwork "£?«* Reasonable Rates. 

COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

122 Ellis Street, San Francisco. 




HVL. ZPIRICIE, 
IONEER CUTLER, 



-*-v 



Maker and Designer of the FAMOUS CALIFORNIA CARVERS. 

Also the CELEBRATED BOWIE KNIFE, warranted to be driven 
through Three Half Dollars. 

And Maker of the GUARD RAZOR, warranted not to cut the flesh while shaving. 

Store -3LX55 Keariiy S3tr"©e>t. 
Factory, Wo. 10 Stevenson (Street, SAST FBAJf€ISCO. 

Grinding and Repairs neatly done. Country Orders promptly attended to. 



[Established 1851.] 





E. F. LORQUIN, 






IHiliB 

DEALER IN 

Bird SKINS, Shells, Butterflies and Beetles. 

Artificial Eyes, Glass Shades and Material supplied to the Trade. 

I006 MARKET ST., San Francisco, Cal. 

Branch Office, 410 Kearny Street, Telephone 3214. 
Birds and Animals Staffed and Mounted in tin* Most Artistic Manner. 



4-6 San Francisco. 



ROBERT HAIGHT & CO., 

Commission Merchants 

AND WHOLESALE DEALERS 1ST 

DAIRY PRODUCE AND PROVISIONS, 
226 Front Street, San Francisco. 



Special attention given to consignments of 

Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Etc. 



QUICK SALES AND PROMPT RETURNS. 



Country Orders from Cash or Short Time Customers filled with 
care and at lowest market rates. 



Specialty Soap Co. 

Works : Mariposa Avenue and Iowa Sfrest, Potrero, 

AND AT 

632 and 634 Third Street, San Francisco, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Fotashp Sodsi 9 Falling and ScouringSoap^ 

SHEEP* DIP, Etc. 

ADAPTED TO ALL PROFESSIONS AND TRADES. 

Sole Proprietors of Cook's Patent Process for the Fabrication of Soa^. 



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HOWARD E. GOUETTE & CO., Proprs. J. MORT COOK, Manager. 



San Francisco. 



47 



D. MENCARINI, 

91 1 Mission Street, opp. U. 8. Mint. San Francisco. 

Models * Moulds Made to Order 

Manufacturer of all kinds of 

Statuary in Plaster Paris and Stone Cement. 

Constantly on hand a large assortment of 

FIGURES AND STONE CEMENT FOR GARDENS 

Masks taken of livin? and dead. Btmts made to order. 



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f4 I Q) No. 136 THIRD STREET, 

L_< s £ 'J 

oaplO 

W 

* I H Between Minna and Everett. 







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MST APPOINTED OFFICE ON TEE PACIFIC COAST.^ 




viN&e 




BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS, 






« « 



5^A^ FRANC/SCO. 



Engraving, Lithography, Book Binding, Etc., at short notice. 

Knights of Pythias, A. O. U. W., U. B. A., K. of H., B. P. O. Elks, 

and other Societies a specialty. We are the only house on the 

Coast having cuts for Cards, Book-Work, and Posters of 

these Societies. Write for prices and Samples. 



48 



San Francisco. 



PHILADELPHIA 

BREWERY 




Corner Second and Foisom Streets, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



The amount of Beer sold during the year 1835 was about 63,000 Bbls. 



I take the present opportunity of thanking my friends and customers for the lib- 
eral support heretofore extended to the 

PHILADELPHIA BREWERY, 

And notify them that I h«tve added to my establishment 

-^NEW AND EXTENSIVE BUILDINGS*- 

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 previously furnished by me but convince them 
that I am determined to merit their continued patronage and support. 

JOHN WIELAND. 



California — Los Angeles-Grass Valley. 



49 



TXZS 





CO. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



The Celebrated Regulator Windmill, 

PUMPS, CYLINDERS, 

Pipe Pittings, Etc. 
WINE AND STORAGE TANKS 

A SPECIALTY. 
GENERAL 

WOOD AND IRON WORKERS. 

Corner Date and Chavez Sts., Los Angeles, Cal. 





THE 




m 



Main Street, Grass Valley, Nevada County, Cal. 






MRS. D. P. HOLBROOKE PROPRIETRESS 

HENRY ATWOOD MANAGER. 

This first-class house contains 65 Rooms, Gas, Laundry, Hot and Cold 
Baths. Telegraph and Post-office in Building. 



50 California — San Francisco. 



■ E = : T ZE3I IE •» 



Pacific ♦ ♦ Gatsomg, 

A Journal Devoted to the 

Advancement of the Interests of Catholic Young People and 
Catholic Associations on the Pacific Coast. 



PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 

BY THE 

laeifie Jatholie publishing §|o., 

223 KEARNY STREET. 

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, : : $1.50 PER YEAR. 

PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 
SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS. 

SUBSCRIBE FOR IT ! SUBSCRIBE FOR IT ! 

EVERY CATHOLIC FAMILY 

Should Haye This Journal in Their Home. 



A FIRST CLASS MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISERS. 



isf Address All Communications to j& 

W. D. S. HARRINGTON, Manager, 223 Kearny Street, S. F, 



California — San Francisco. 



51 



W. F. HOFFMAN. 



CLAUS KOCK. 



NEW ATLANTIC HOTEL 

CLAUS KOCK & CO., Proprietors '- 
207 Montgomery Avenue, cor. Kearny, San Francisco.. 

And in the very center of the Great City. 




Board and Lodging, per Day 

Free Coach to and from the Hotel. 



$1.00 



Montgomery Avenue is the great new-built thoroughfare and the best part of 
the city, surrounded by elegant buildings and in the neighborhood of the Thea- 
ters and all places of Amusement. 

Best $1.00 per day house on the Pacific Coast. 

The Hotel is situated within one block of the U. S. Land Office and U. S. 
Surveyor General's Office; also within one block of the Old City Hall, Supreme 
Court, and the Superior Courts; within two blocks of the Post-office and Cus- 
tom House. Street Cars for all parts of the city pass the hotel every minute. 

THE NEW ATLANTIC HOTEL 

Was built lately in the best improved style and is in every way the finest family 
hotel in San Francisco for the price. It has 105 rooms, all elegantly furnished. 
The building is only three stories, of brick, and every way earthquake proof. 



52 Palifornia — San Francisco. 



JOHN H. REDSTONE, 

Counselor at Law 

AND SOLICITOR OF PATENTS, 

•;':*' Office, No. 1509 MARKET STREET, San Francisco, Cal. 



Will attend to Patent suits in the Federal Courts and procure United States 
and Foreign Patents, furnish models on short notice, and assist inventors in per- 
fecting their inventions. Taxes and annuities paid on existing European Patents, 
and Patents worked according to the requirements of law. 



" Plan et" Quar tz Mill. 

No. 2— Capacity 155 tons per 24 hrs. | No. 3— Capacity 585 tons for 5*4 hrs. 

Ko.4- " 45to«6 •' " 

No. 1— " 4 tons per 84 hrs. j No. O, Hand Prospector. 

PRICES. 

lVo.4 S2,000 

No. 3 »1,200 I No. 1 250 

No. 2 525 I No. O lOO 



We manufacture " Planet" Amalgamators and Concentrators (com- 
bined). Price, $60. Also, C. .riant. Rockhreaker; price, $90. All the 
different sized mills now have double guides. Top Gear. 

All kinds of Mining Machinery furnished at short notice. 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Gents: — 1 reside a few rods below where the No. 4 Planet Quartz Mill of J. A. McConnell & Co. 
has been running for some months, have seen it nearly every day, and say that it wears smooth, 
does rapid work, and is a good mill. I was one of the first owners of the " Champion " Mine, and 
have had experience to know what a good mill is, and believe the " Planet" Quartz Mill is hard 
to beat. Respectfully, JOHN G. HADLER. 

West Point, December 3, 1885. 
A. E. Redstone &Co., San Francisco. 

Gents:— You ask me how I like the " Planet " Qu»rtz Mill. The No. 4 Planet Mill running 
on the Champion Mine, abont three-fourths of a mile from this place, is certainly ahead of any 
quartz mill ever introduced into the mines. It is as smooth on the face of the shoes and dies as a 
straight-edge. For compactness, durability, economy, convenience, effectiveness, and rapidity, 
your mill excels all that I ever saw. It is the poor man's as well as the rich miner's mill. Well, 
it is perfection itself, and gets away with more quartz than a 25-stamp battery. 

Respectfully, C. W. WATKINS. 

o 

San Francisco, May 10, 1885. 
A. E. Redstone & Co. 

Gents : — The Revolving Stamp Mill that was purchasd of you by the Lafayette Mining Company, 
of Fresno County, over two years ago, is the best quartz mill for saving Gold that I ever saw. I 
have had experience with Aiastras and other kinds of amalgamating apparatus ; but your mill 
excels them all for results, while it is rapid, durable, economical and cheap. 

Yours, etc., W. P. L1TTEN, Sup't. 

A. E. Redstone & Co. 

Gents :— The Revolving Stamp Mill we purchased of you gives entire satisfaction, is perfect 
and cannot be beat. Respectfully, H. V. PARKER, Fresno, Cal. 

Ono, Shasta Co., or 320 8th Street, East Oakland, 
A. E. Redstone, Esq. July 17, 1885. 

Sir: — The compound you sent for charging mercury and livening up amalgamating plates 
excels anything I ever tried for that purpose, particularly in livening the plates and keeping them 
in good condition, and is very noticeable in keeping the mercury free from mineral oil and grease 
accidentally dropped from the machinery. I would not willingly do without it, and please send 
some more at your earliest convenience, and oblige Yours truly, GEO. H. ATKINS. 



A. E. REDSTONE & CO., 

OFFICE, 

I 509 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



California — San Francisco. 



53 



C. L. HASKELL, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Harness, Saddles, 

BRIDLES, WHIPS, 

SPURS, BLANKETS, 

No. 10 Bush Street, 

AND 

Market Street, one door below Battery, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 




ANDERSON BROS. 

Carpenters & Builders, 

Store Fitters and Jobbers, 




No. 1209 Market St., between 8th and 9th, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Second-Hand Counters, Shelving, Show-Cases, 
Doors, Sash and Blinds, BOUGHT and SOLD. 

FINE BAR COUNTERS MADE TO ORDER. 

COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED. 



ESTABLISHED IN 185*. 



ESTABLISHED 1ST 185*. 



L P. FISHER'S 
Newspaper Advertising Agency, 

21 MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE, CALIFORNIA ST., S. F. 



Agent for the Sacramento Record-Union, Portland Oregonian, Los 
Angeles Times, Eureka (Cal.)Times-Telephone, Stockton Independent, 
Marysville Appeal, Etc. Advertisements Solicited for papers published in California, 
Oregon, Nevada, and Colorado; Washington, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Arizona, and adjacent Terri- 
tories; Sandwich Islands, Polynesia, the British Possessions, Mexican Ports, Panama, Valparaiso, 
Japan, and China; New Zealand and the Australian Colonies, Eastern and Atlantic States and 
Europe. Advertisements received for any Newspaper published in the United States. 



54 



California — San Francisco. 



N. CLARK & SONS, 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



TERRA COTTA CHIMNEY PIPE, TOPS AND CAPS 

STONEWARE, FIREBRICK, 
FLOWER POTS, FIRE TILE, 
LAWN VASES. FIRE CLAY, 

CULVERT PIPE, 

STOVE LININGS, 

WELL TUBING, 

WATER FILTERS, 
FRUIT JARS, 

WATER COOLERS, 

BEAN POTS, STEW PANS- 
MAN UFACTO»^Y_AT^ACRAMENTO, CAL. 
San Francisco Office and Depot, 22 California St. 

igaTSend for Illustrated Catalogue. 




Pacific Maine Screw Ms. 



BURTON <fc HOYT, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Bolts, Nuts and Set Cap and Machine Screws, 

ETC., ETC., AND 

Bolt and Nut Machinery, 

Screw Machines and Bolt Cutters, 
Power Bolt Cutters with Adjustable and Opening Dies. 

SCREW PLATES, HAND LAPS, 

MACHINE NUT AND MACHINE SCREW LAPS, 

Lapping Machines, Automatic Nut Lapping Attachment for Bolt 
Cutters, Bolt Headers, Etc. 

23 Stevenson Street, San Francisco. 

Send for Catalogue and Price List. 



California — San Francisco. 



55 



•«* GREAT REDUCTION ^r 

IN THE PRICE OF 

The* San i Francisco i Weekly i Chronicle 

$1.50 a YEAR. 

To be within the reach of Every Farmer, Merchant, 
Miner and Mechanic, 

THE WEEKLY CHRONICLE, 

Recognized by all as 

THE STAR WEEKLY OF THE COAST, 

AT ONCE THE 
Largest, Brightest, Most Comprehensive, Most Reliable, 
Most Entertaining, and in all respects the Best Weekly 
Paper ever issued this side of the Rocky Mountains. 

SI.50A YEAR. 

Will contain Seventy-two Columns of Reading Matter, 
printed with Legible Type on Clear White Paper. 

SEND 50 CENTS 

In One-cent Stamps or Coin, and get the Weekly Chron- 
icle for 4 months. 




TERMS— Always in Advance, Postage Free:— Weekly 
Chronicle, 1 year, $1.50. Weekly Chronicle, 6 months, 
75c. Weekly Chronicle, 3 months, 40c. 

HOW TO SEND MONEY.— Remittances may be made 
by draft, money order, postal note, registered letter, or 
in lc. or 2c. postage stamps. 

M. H. de YOUNG, 
Proprietor of the San Francisco Chronicle, 
N. E. Cor. Kearny and Bush Sts., San Francisco, Cal. 

THE CHRONICLE has the LARGEST Circulation. 



TOLAND HALL, STOCKTON ST., BELOW CHESTNUT, SAN FRANCISCO. 



FACUJLTY. 

EDWARD S. HOLDEN, A. M., Presi- 
dent of the University. 

G. A. SHURTLEFF, M. D, Emeritus 
Professor of Mental Diseases and 
Medical Jurisprudence. 

R. BEVERLY COLE, A. M., M. D., 
M. R. C. S., Eng., Professor of Ob- 
stetrics and Gynecology. 

M. W. FISH, M. D., Professor of Phys- 
iology and Microscopy. 

W. F. McNUTT,.M. D., M. R. C. P., 
Edin, etc., Professor of Principles 
and Practice of Medicine. 

ROBERT A. McLEAN, M. D., Profes- 
sor of Clinical and Operative Surgery, 
Dean. 

W. E. TAYLOR, M. D., Professor of 
Principles and Practice of Surgery. 

A. M. WILDER, M. D., Professor of 
Ophthalmology and Otology. 

F. B. KANE, M. D., F. R. C. S. I., 
Professor of Clinical Medicine and 
Pathology. 

A. L. LENGFELD, M. D., Professor of 
Materia Medica and Medical Chem- 
istry. 



WM. B. LEWITT, M. D, Professor of 
Anatomy. 

F. H. TERRILL, A. M., M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Therapeutics. 

BENJ. R. SWAN, M. D., Professor of 
Diseases of Children. 

WASHINGTON AYER, M. D., Pro- 
fessor of Hygiene. 

ROBERT A. McLEAN, M. D., Dean. 

The Session of 1886 began February 1 and 
will end October 31. During the term all the 
branches of medicine and surgery will be taught, 
didactically and clinically. Regular clinics are 
held three days in the week at the City and 
County Hospital, where the Professors of the 
practical chairs have charge of wards, and pos- 
sess every facility for the instruction of students. 
Lectures are given daily by the Professors, and 
evening recitations are held three times a week. 

FEES. 

Matriculation Fee (paid but once) $ 5 

Demonstrator's Ticket 10 

Fee for the First Course of Lectures 130 

Fee for the Second Course of Lectures 130 

(No fee is required for the Third Course 
of Lectures.) 

Graduating Fee 40 

For further information address the Dean, 
ROBERT A. MeLKASf, M. D., 
603 Merchant St., cor. Montgomery, S. Francisco. 



56 



California — San Francisco. 



L. W. SAWYER. 



J. LEE. 



I. Y. DOANE. 



JOHN LEE & CO., 



Manufacturers of all kinds of 



II and SIIIT-I10I WAS 



GJlL¥AIII1MG and JJIPMNIM©, 



In All its Branches, for the Trade. 



34 AND 36 MAIN STREET, NEAR MARKET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



ISP" Positively No Goods Sold at Retail . =^S 




oi\l%on\ery^t. 

' l anjfy<anciSco. 



% X 



Views of Buildings, 

PAPER HIEAIDIISra-S, IETC. 



THE FINEST WORK ON THE COAST. 



California— San Francisco. 



57 



A MEMBERSHIP IN THE 

AMERICAN EAGLE ASSOCIATION 

Is the Best Investment of a few dollars that one can make, because it combines 

PROTECTION AND INVESTMENT 

Payable in 20 years, at the age of 
75, or at death, if before. 

PRO TECTION— Because it pro- 
tects our widoivs and orphans in 
case of death. 

INVESTMENT— Because at a 
certain time, the benefit is paid in 
cash to the members while yet alive to 
enjoy the fruit and comfort of a few 
dollars saved from time to time. 

The members are the sole owners 
and partner.-, of all that belongs to the 
Association, they receive, each and every one, their proportion of the profits; the Association is 
purely mutual; we have no Stockholders, no Capitalists, no Speculators to dictate how much 
money they must draw yearly, as owners of the Association. 

THE MEMBERSHIP CONSISTS OF TWO CLASSES, "A" AXI) "B." 

A membership in Class "A" is not only a protection in case of death, but an investment and 
savings as well, because at the end of twenty years, a member in this class draws his money; costs 
per thousand SI. 25 a month, and rates of assessment from 50 cents to $1.20, according to age. 

Members in Class "B" receive their benefit at death, or at the age of 75 years; costs only 25 
cents per month for 11000, and the assessment rates from 25 cents to $2.40, and after ten years the 
members in this class receive a dividend from the general fund. 

Agents Wanted. For terms, address Ann erican Eagle Association, 

123 California Street, San Francisco, Cal- 




GE&MAN LAND AND CATTLE CO. 




INCORPORATED WITH CAPITAL $250,000.00. 

Stock in this company is the best investment on the Pacific Coast, because the 
money received from the sale of the shares is invested in Land and Cattle. In a 
few years the stockholders will have received back their purchase money in div- 
idends and still have an annual income for the balance of their lifetime, and their 
children after them. We buy land in large tracts "Cheap," and it is a well 
known fact that stock raising is the best paying business in the United States. 
The profit of one thousand cows, in twenty years, is over six million dollars. 

"Now" is your time for a "No. 1 Permanent Investment" before the shares 
are all taken. 

Good reliable business men wanted to represent the company. For further 

information, address, German Land and Cattle Co., 

123 CALIFORNIA STREET, MAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



58 California — San Francisco. 



<f t 4acUeo8lTor{£ 

RAILROAD. 



^***k 




The Only Direct, and the Shortest, Quickest, and Best Equipped 
Broad -Gauge Road to the Immense 

Redwood Forests of Sonoma County, 

And the BEAUTIFUL SCENERY Of the 

Russian River. 



The Grandeur and Variety of the Views on the Line of this Road are unsurpassed, and every 
facility will be offered to the 

Invalid, Tourist, Merchant and Sportsman, 

In search of Health, Pleasure or Game. 

^C^MPHSTG PARTIES^ 

Will find it to their advantage to select their ground on the line of this Road, and for 

PICNIC PARTIES 

The Accommodations it offers Cannot be Beat. 



STAGE CONNECTIONS. 



This is the Only Direct Line to UKIAH and SK AGGS' SPRINGS. 

This is the New Line to EUREKA, Humboldt Bay. 

This is the Shortest Line to MENDOCINO CITY. 

This is the Best Equipped and Most Comfortable Line toLAKEPORT, BARTLETT SPRINGS, 
HIGHLAND SPRINGS and SODA BAY. 

This is the Most Picturesque Line to the WONDERFUL GEYSERS. 

Round Trip Tickets, which are issued via Cloverdale and Calistoga, are under the careful 
management of world-renowned drivers. 

Sunday Excursions. For a pleasant day and a good time in the woods, 
the fields, or on the mountains, go by this route. 

GENERAL OFFICE, 430 Montgomery St. 

For Time Table, see opposite page,. 



San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad. 

GENERAL OFFICE, 430 MONTGOMERY ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Peter Donahue, President. 

James M. Donahue, Vice-President. 

Thomas I. Bergin, Treasurer. 

Thos. W. Johnston, Secretary and Auditor. 



Arthur Hughes, General Manager. 
Peter J. McGlynn, G. P. & T. A. 
Chas. Thorn, Jr., Gen. Freight Agent. 
H. C. Whiting, Supt. San Rafael. 



FROM SAN FRANCISCO. 


April 5, 1885. 

A— Daily, 

except Sundays. 

B— Sundays only. 


TO SAN FRANCISCO. 


Pass. 
B 




Pass. 
A 


Pass. 
A 


Miles 
from 
S. F. 


I J ass. 
A 


Pass. 
A 


Pass. 
A 


Pass. 
B 


Pass. 
B 


a. ni. 
8 00 
8 35 




p. m. 

3 30 

4 05 
4 08 
4 14 
4 21 
4 24 
4 30 
4 50 

4 56 

5 03 
5 09 
5 22 
5 25 
5 35 
5 38 
5 40 
5 46 
5 51 

5 56 

6 05 
6 15 
6 23 
6 30 
6 39 
6 45 

6 54 

7 03 
7 16 
7 25 


a. m. 

7 45. 

8 20 
8 23 
8 29 
8 36 
8 39 

8 45 

9 00 
9 07 
9 15 
9 25 
9 36 
9 40 
9 48 
9 50 
9 52 
9 57 

10 02 
10 07 
10 15 
10 25 
10 33 
10 40 
10 49 

10 55 

11 04 
11 13 
11 26 
11 35 



6 
7i 

Pi 

12| 

14 

16 

20 

23 

26 

29 

35* 

36* 

39* 

40* 

41 

43* 

46 

48* 

51* 

56 

57* 

60* 

64* 

66* 

70* 

7*1 

80* 

84* 


Lv... San Francisco ..Ar. 




a. m. 
8 50 
8 20 
8 16 
8 11 
8 05 

5 02 
8 00 
7 40 
7 33 
7 25 
7 18 
7 04 
7 00 

6 48 
6 44 
6 42 
6 37 
6 32 
6 28 
6 20 
6 10 
6 02 
5 55 
5 45 
5 40 
5 31 
5 22 
5 09 
5 00 


p m. 
6 05 
5 30 
5 25 
5 22 
5 11 
5 08 
5 05 
4 50 
4 42 
4 34 
4 27 
4 13 
4 10 
4 01 
3 59 
3 57 
3 52 
3 47 
3 42 
3 35 
3 22 
3 15 
3 07 
2 57 
2 52 
2 42 
2 32 
2 19 
2 10 




p. m. 
6 10 
5 30 


8 38 




5 26 


8 44 




5 21 


8 51 

8 54 

9 00 
9 16 


Green Brae 

..S. Q. &S. R. Crossing.. 
San Rafael 


5 10 
5 06 
5 00 
4 42 


9 24 
9 32 




4 34 
4 26 


9 40 
9 55 
10 00 
10 08 


Burdells 

Elys 


4 17 
4 03 
4 00 
3 51 


10 10 
10 12 


Penns Grove 


3 49 
3 47 


10 17 




3 42 


10 22 




3 37 


10 27 
10 35 
10 45 

10 53 

11 00 


Fulton 


3 32 
3 25 
3 12 
3 05 
2 57 


11 10 




2 47 


11 15 
11 25 
11 35 
11 49 


Littons 

Clairville .... 


2 42 
2 32 
2 22 
2 09 


12 00 


Cloverdale 


2 00 


a. m. 
10 45 






a. m. 

10 25 
10 30 
10 36 
10 42 

10 50 

11 00 
11 20 
11 40 


56 
58 
60 
62 
64 
66 
69 
72 








p.m. 
3 22 
3 10 
3 00 
2 50 
2 40 
2 30 
2 05 
1 45 




p, m. 
3 10 


10 51 
10 57 












3 04 
2 58 


11 03 










2 52 


11 09 






Korbels . 

Ar Guerneville ..Lv. 






2 46 


11 15 






2 40 


11 25 






2 30 


11 35 










2 20 



BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND SAN RAFAEL. 



WEEK DAYS FROM SAN FRANCISCO. 



Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 



Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 



Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 



Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 
Leave 



San Francisco 7 45 a. m. 

San Francisco 9 15 a. m. 

San Francisco 12 00 noon 

San Francisco 3 30 p. m. 

San Francisco 5 00 p. M. 

San Francisco 6 10 p. m. 

WEEK DAYS 



Arrive in San Rafael 8 

Arrive in San Rafael 10 

Arrive in San Rafael 1 

Arrive in San Rafael 4 

Arrive in San Rafael . . 5 

Arrive in San Rafael 7 

FROM SAN RAFAEL 



San Rafael 6 30 A. M. 

San Rafael 8 00 a. m. 

San Rafael 10 30 a. m. 

San Rafael 1 30 p. m. 

San Rafael 3 40 r. m. 

San Rafael 5 05 p. m. 

SUNDAYS FROM 

San Francisco 8 00 a. m. 

San Francisco 9 30 a. m. 

San Francisco 11 00 a. m - 

San Francisco 1 30 p. m. 

San Francisco 5 00 p. m. 

SUNDAYS FROM 

San Rafael 8 10 a. m. 

San Rafael 9 40a.m. 

San Rafael 12 15 p. m. 

San Rafael 3 30 p. M. 

San Rafael 5 00 p. M. 



Arrive in San Francisco . .'. 7 

Arrive in San Francisco 8 

Arrive in San Francisco 11 

Arrive in San Francisco 2 

Arrive in San Francisco 4 

Arrive in San Francisco 6 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Arrive in San Rafael 9 

Arrive in San Rafael 10 

Arrive in San Rafael 12 

Arrive in San Rafael 2 

Arrive in San Rafael 6 

SAN RAFAEL. 

Arrive in San Francisco 9 

Arrive in San Francisco 10 

Arrive in San Francisco 1 

Arrive in San Francisco 4 

Arrive in San Francisco 6 



45 a. h. 
15 a. m. 
00 P. M. 
30 P. M. 
50 P. m. 

15 P. M. 

30 A. M. 
50 A - M. 
25 A. M. 

30 P. M. 
40 P. M. 
05 P. M. 



00 A. M. 
30 A. M. 

00 noon 
30 P. M. 

00 P. M. 



10 A. M, 
40 A. M. 
15 P. M. 

30 P. M. 

10 P. M. 



60 



Califm^nia — Oaklandr-San Francisco-Saucelito. 



OAKLAND 




GIVES THE MOST COMPLETE REPORTS 

Of All Matters pertaining to Oakland and 
Alameda County. 

An Independent Republican Journal, Fearless and Outspoken 

Having the Largest City Circulation it affords 

the business portion of the Community 

the Best Medium for Advertising. 



JOB PRINTING 

Of all kinda executed with neatness and dispatch. Especial attention 
given to Brief and Transcript Printing. 

Published by the EXPRESS PUBLISHING CO. 

1216 San Pablo Avenue, P. O. Block. L. W. ALLUM, Business Manager. 



STANDARD 

Izcom. ZBzcd.cL.ge Co. 

Engineers and Builders of Iron and Combination 
Bridges, and General Contractors. 

ROAD BUILDING A SPECIALTY. 

H. KRUSI, C. E., President and Chief Engineer. A. W. SYPOLT, Vice-president and Business 
Manager. P. TROMMLITZ, Secretary and Treasurer. 

OFFICE, 258 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. 

NOTICES OF CONTRACT LETTINGS SOLICITED . 

PIONEER BOAT HOUSE, 

SAUCELITO AND POINT TIBURON. 




| A large variety of Whitehall. Fishing and Hunt- 
ing Boats of all sizes. 

Located near the celebrated Lime Point and Kac- 
coon Strait Fishing Grounds. 

All Kinds of Fishing Tackle and Bait constantly on hand. 

CHAS. FORREST, Proprietor. 



California — If est Berkeley. 



61 



HOFBURG 








WM, W. NICKALS PROPRIETOR 



TRADE 




MARK. 



H* West Berkeley, Cal.4- 



^THE BEST ON THE PACIFIC COAST, *_ 



Landregan Bros. & Brooks, 



Lessees, 



62 



California — Miscellaneous . 



MOUNTAIN NURSERY 




Highlands, near San Bernardino, 

HAS FOR SALE THE 

FINEST 9TOCK OF 

Citrus I Deciduous Trees 

In Southern California. 



For Prices aims I. S, Ingham. San Bernardino. 



Has also for Sale the Finest Land for raising ORANGES and other 
Fruits in California, offered for sale as follows: — 



10 Acres Orange Orchard $1,000 

10 Acres, house and buildings, 

in bearing 10,000 

15 Acres, improved, per acre . . 175 



10 Acres, improved, per acre. . . .$ 175 
10 Acres, improved, per acre. . . . 200 
10 Acre*, with orchard, house, and 
barn 3,500 



1700 FEET EliEVATIOW above Frost Line, plenty of water for all of said land, ajid 
conveyed in Cement Ditches to highest corner of each lot. 

T. S. INGHAM. 



National Hotel 

EVANS & ASKEY, 

Proprietors. 



JACKSON, 
Amador County, Cal. 



JOS. E. WISEMAN, 

General * Business * Agent, 

Established 1879. 
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. 

Agent for the Great Burlington Railroad in 
America. Agent Wilders' Inter-Island Steam- 
ship Company. Manager Royal Hawaiian Op- 
era House. Agent Mutual Life Insurance Com- 
pany, of New York. Agent London Fire Insur- 
ance Company. Curios and Curiosities of the 
Islands sent to all parts of the world. Corre- 
spondents answered on all matter pertaining to 
the Islands. 



Placer County BtpnUlcan 

The Leading Paper in Placer County. 

F. M MILL IK AN, Publisher, 



AUBURN, CAL'., 



California — San Francisco-Oakland. 63 

DAVID KERR, 

CARRIAGE, IAUONANHRM 

MANUFACTURER, 

47 and 49 Beale Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



Carriages, Wagons & Trucks of Every Description 

Made to Order, Stored or Sold on Commission. 

M and Ladder Trucks 




HOSE CARTS, 

AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF* 

FIRE APPARATUS 

MADE TO ORDER. 

jJS^*Orders from the country promptly at 
tended to.jgji 



FONDA & CO., 

Proprietors of the WEST OAKLAND SENTINEL. 

379 TENTH ST., <*. E. CORNER OF FRANKLIN, OAKLAND, OAL. 



EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, CATALOGUES, 

Newspapers, Periodicals, Cards, Circulars, Posters, 

HANGERS, FLYERS, DODGERS, 

BILL HEADS, STATEMENT HEADS, 

LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS, 

BRIEFS, TRANSCRIPTS, LAW BLANKS, 

RULING AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING, 

PARTY INVITATIONS, 

Dance Programmes, Wedding Stationery, Fraternal Society Stationery, Consti- 
tutions, By-Laws, Stereotyping, Electrotyping, Engraving, at Shortest 
Notice, in First-Class Style, and at Reasonable Rates. 



64 



California — San Francisco-Piedmont. 



ESTABLISHED 1877. 



INCORPORATED 18S4. 



SAN FRANCISCO BRIDGE CO, 




J. McMULLEN, 

President, 

M. J. MERTENS, 
Vice Pres. and Teas., 

R. PERCY WRIGHT, 

Secretary. 



Branch Office, 

Ainsworth Block, cor. 

3d and Oak Sts., 
Portland, - - Oregon. 

Surveys Made, engineers and builders of Estimates Furnished. 

Iron, Wooden, Combination and Suspension 

BRIDGES, DRAW BRIDGES. 

% Engineers and contractors for PIERS, DOCKS, VIADUCTS, IRON TRUSS 
ROOFS, RAILROAD CONSTRUCTION and General Contract Work. 
Office: lO California Street, San Francisco, Cal. 
j^-Correspondence solicited. 

PIEDMONT HOTEL, 

J. I>. PLITT, Proprietor. 

Park and Mineral Springs, 

THREE MILES FROM OAKLAND. 

Sln&ers and Lunches Stirsi at ill loirs. 

Horse Cars direct to the Hotel connecting at Washington St., cor. 7th, Oakland. 
Telephone Communication with San Francisco and Oakland. 

Special Accommodations for Private Parties. 

TRANSIENT AND PERMANENT BOARDERS. 
GO TO THE PIEDMONT SPRINGS HOTEL; 



California — Miscellaneous. 65 

STOCKTON SAVINGS AND IOAN SOCIETY. 

L. U. SHIPPEE President. 

FRED. M. WEST Cashier. 

AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $500,000 

CAPITAL PAID UP 500,000 

RESERVE AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 290,750 

TOTAL PAID UP $790,750 

Receives deposits repayable on time and on demand. Pays interest at the rate of five per 
cent, per annum after thirty days from date of deposits. Buys and sells United States Currency, 
Domestic and Foreign Exchange, and transacts a General Banking Business. 

J. ^l. BEJLLCXLI, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

GROCERIES, • PROVISIONS, 

Domestic and Imported "Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco. 
Garden and Flower Seeds, Egg Food, Bone Meal and Cracklin, 

Cor. Third and San Fernando Sts., San Jose. 

ALL LANGUAGES SPOKEN. 
Telephone No. 79. P. O. Box 55*. 

J. S. Salmon. J. J. Alvbs. 

J. S. SALMON <fc CO., 

REAL ESTATE I INStTEAHCE BROKERS. 

RENTS COLLECTED. 



Partnership Negotiated. Loans Obtained. 

826 MARKET ST., Offices 32 and 32i Phelan Building, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



66 



California— San Francisco. 



Exeelsior Self-Regulating Windmill 




Ii is the BEST for eight reasons: First— It is a positive self regulator. Second— It has l«s 8 
working parts. Third— It is direct acting. Fourth— It has less joints. Fifth— It has les3 points or 
friction. Sixth— It has less points to oil. Seventh— It requires less attention. Eighth and last, 
but not least— It is offered to the public at as low a price as many of the inferior mills now being 
sold in this market. 

THE EXCELSIOR WINDMILL wag awarded 
the first or cash premium at the California State 
Agricultural Fair in 1872, the only time ever exhi h 
ited there, and it has received a larger num be 
of premiums at the Mechanics' Institute Fairs in 
San Francisco than any other windmill ever ex- 
hibited there. 

The EXCELSIOR is manufactured at EXCEL- 
SIOR WINDMILL AND PUMP WORKS, 211 Mis- 
sion Street, San Francisco, H. H. BODWELL 
& SON, Proprietors. 

N. B.— All our work is fully guaranteed. We 
also manufacture a ROSETTE WHEEL, 
from 10 to 16 feet in diameter. This mill is self- 
regulating, and is a good, substantial mill, and is 
offered to the public at fully 15 per cent, less than 
any mill sold in this market. 

Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price List, or if in town call and see 
us and examine our work, and we will suit you in price and quality, for 
we are going to sell to the consumer at the lowest price possible. 

lt?T EVERY MILL FULLY GUARANTEED. 

CALIFORNIA WINDMILL PUMP. 

These Pumps were designed especially for windmill work. They are su- 
perior to any pump of Eastern make, both in weight, strength and inside 
finish. 

They are constructed in the simplest form of a lift and force pump, and 
are not liable to get out of order. 

All Kinds of Piping, Fittings, etc., Fnrnisned at Lowest Rates, also Water Tanfcs of all Sizes. 




H. H. BODWELL & SON, 21 1 Mission St., San Francisco. 



California — Miscellaneous. 



67 



H. L. Simon, Ht. Hoffmann, L. Arnstein, 
San Francisco. 



Sylvain Weill, 
New York. 



STEIN, SIMON & CO., 

Woolens § Tailors' Trimmings 

LADIES' CLOAKINGS, 

Cor. Market and Second Sts., - SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

1*A HIS. Rue ate. Cecile. 10. MEW YORK, 64 Reade St. 



VSB A 



SJ«-xx liuis Obispo, Ceil. 



I 




SHARP BROTHERS, Proprietors. 

THE LARGEST, FINEST aM BEST HOTEL in SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, 

First-Class Accommodations for 250 Guests. 

Rates, $2 a day and Upwards, according to Room and Location. Everything new and modern. 
Large rooms, wide halls and perfect ventilation. Sample rooms/or Commercial Travelers. Our 
coach in waiting on arrival of all trains to convey guests to the hotel free. 

Established 1852. 

WM. ZARTMAN & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CARRIAGES & WAGONS 

CORNER WESTERN AVENUE AND HOWARD ST. 

PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA. 



Will fill orders for Buegies, Family Carriages, Side and End-Spring Ranch Wagons, all Styles Two- 
Wheeled Vehicles, etc. A good assortment constantly on hand. 

A Large Stock of Eastern Work of all Prices. 



68 



California — San Francisco. 



ESTABLISHED 



DANIEL NORCROSS 



SAN FRANCISCO. 
CALIFORNIA 




ODD FELLOWS, 

DRUIDS, 

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, 

A. O. U. W. 

P. O. S. of A. 

ORDER EASTERN STAR, 

RED MEN, and all Orders, 

furnished with 

Books, Jewels, Swords , Costumes, 

Flags, Banners, Seals, Bal« 

lot Boxes, and 

ALL ARTICLES,. 

NEEDED FOR 




Established 1849 



.NORCROSS & CO, 

Manufacturers and Importers 

REGALIA 

MILITARY 

AND 

NAVAL GOODS 

Flags, Banners, Paraphernalia 
etc., Odd Fellows' Uniforms, 
Encampment and Subor- 
dinate Lodge Outfits 
a Specialty. 



6 Post St., 

Masonic Temple, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



BflftTODlKglMroEfflHfi«BB 



MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS IN 

iVitrifiedIrohStoneSewer&WaterPipe. 



Terra&ttaHhimheyPipe &TOPS.I 



I Architectural Term dora. 

[GARDEN VASES,FLOWER POTS.FIRE BRICKS&TILE. 
(FIRE CLAY, CHEMICAL MANUFACTURER'S WARES. 

i Farmer'sDrainTile,Etc.Etc. 

j SAN FRANCISCO, OFFICE, \ MANUFACTORY 
I358&I360 MARKET ST. lLINCOLN,PLACER CO.CAL. 

CATALOGUE FREE. 



McKENNEY'S 

Pacific Coast Directory 

FOR 

-4*1886=7<k~ 

GIVING 

NAME, BUSINESS, AND ADDRESS 

OF 

Business and Professional Men 

OF 

California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, 
Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Montana. 



TOGETHER WITH 



Sketches of the Different Towns, Giving Location, 
Population, Etc. 



L. M. McKENNEY & CO., PUBLISHERS. 

606 montgomery street, san francisco. 
March, 1886. 

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the Year 1886, by L. M. McKennby & Co., in the Office 
of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D. C. 



6 PRINTED AT PACIFIC PRESS PUBLISHING HOUSE, OAKLAND, CAL. 



i* 



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80 



California — San Francisco. 



(Organized 1863.) 





Northwest Cor. Pine and Sansome Sts. 



Capital $1,000,000 

Surplus $500,000 

R. H. McDONALD President. 

R. H. McDONALD, JR Vice-President. 

S. G. MURPHY Cashier. 



CORRESPONDENTS : 

London Union Bank of London. 

Paris Hottinguer & Co. 

Berlin , Direction Der Disconto Gese Use haft. 

New York vk-iki Importers' and Traders' National Bank. 

« " •••/••^fvr Park National Bank. 

Boston *..y.y' State National Bank. 

Chicago & • Illinois National Bank. 

Commercial Credits Issued, and Exchange Bought and Sold. 



W. E. CHAMBERLAIN fc T. A. ROBINSON, Prop'rs. 




OLDEST AND BEST. 



The Most Thorough Business College 

On. tli.e Coast, 

More than Twenty-One Years in Successful Operation. 

Six Months' Scholarships, $75. 

: ".*•*••*:*.::.»: iuciuDikfr • '• • • • • • *•* 

Short-Hand, Type-Writing. Telegraphy, Modern Lan- 
guages, English Branches, and all the studies 
of the Business Course. 

Ladies admitted to all Departments. NO VACATIONS. Day and Evening Sessions. 

Life Scholarships for Full Business Course, $76. 

«^-SEND FOR CIRCULARS. - 



PREFACE. 



We take pleasure in again presenting the Pacific Coast Directory to our 
patrons and the public. The work of compiling has been a labor of many months 
and many hands. To the classification of the business of the San Francisco 
Department, we have devoted a large portion of our attention. After making a 
thorough canvass of this great metropolis, visiting each and all places of business, 
and noting the principal articles dealt in and business done in each, we have 
made a compilation by which may be seen at a glance all those dealing in certain 
lines and practicing in certain professions, in alphabetical lists. 

This convenient arrangement will, we hope, meet with its proper apprecia- 
tion by our patrons. 

To those who have been associated with us, to those to whose courtesy we 
are indebted for information, and to our patrons who, by their liberal contract 
support, have enabled us to bring our work to a successful close, we tender our 
sincere thanks. 

Leaving our work to spsak for itself, we wish all our friends adieu and the 
Pacific Coast Directory for 1886-87 bon voyage. 

THE PUBLISHERS. 



82 



California — San Francisco. 



Established 1857. 



F. M. TRUWORTHY, 




No. 318 FRONT STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



CONTENTS. 



Aberdeen, Wash 1087 

Acampo, Cal '374 

Adams, Org 978 

Adamsville, Utah 900 

Adin, Cal 374 

Adobetown, Mont 948 

Alameda, Cal 375 

Alamo, Cal 379 

Alba, Org 9 

Albany, Org 9 

Albina, Org 983 

Albion, Cal 379 

Albion, Idaho 

Alcatraz, Cal 380 

Alder, Org 983 

Alkali, Org 983 

Alleghany, Cal 380 

Alma, Cal 380 

Almota, Wash 108 

Alpowa, Wash 1088 

Alsea, Org 983 

Alta, Cal 380 

Alturas, Cal 380 

Alvarado, Cal 381 

Alviso, Cal 38l|Berendo, Cal 

Amador City, Cal 381 1 Berkeley, Cal 



Bath, Cal 396 

Battle Creek, Idaho 937 

Battle Mountain, Nev 869 

Bay Centre, Wash 1088 

Bear River City, Utah 901 

Bear's Mouth, Mont 949 

Bear Valley, Cal 396 

Beatrice, Cal 390 

Beaver, Idaho 937 

Beaverton, Org 989 

Beckwith, Cal 396 

Pedford, Mont 949 

Belknap, Mont 949 

Belleville, Cal 397 

Belleville, Nev 870 

Bellevue, Idaho 9 3' 

Bellevue, Org 989 

Bellota.Cal 39" 

Belmont, Cal 39' 

Belmont, Nev 870 

Benicia, Cal 397 

Benton, Cal 

Beowawe, Nev 871 

Berdan, Cal 399 

399 

399 



American Falls, Idaho 

American Fork, Utah 900 

Amity, Org 983 

Anacortes, Wash 1088 

Anaheim, Cal 382 

Anderson , Cal 383 

Angels Camp, Cal 385 

Angwin, Cal 386 

Annabella, Utah 900 

Antelope, Cal .. 386 

Antioch, Cal 386 

Applegate, Org ... 9S4 

Aptos, Cal 387 

Arcadia, Wash 108b 

Areata, Cal 387 

Arco, Idaho 936 

Arerenta, Mont 948 

Argenta, Utah 900 

Arrovo Grande, Cal 38^ 

Arthur, Nev 866 

Arthur, Org 984 

Artondale, Wash 1088 

Ashland, Org 984 

Ashley, Utah 900 

Astoria, Org 985 

Atlanta, Cal 389 

Atlanta, Idaho 937 

Athlone, Cal 3s9 

Auburn, Cal 389 

Aumsville, Org 988 

Aurcra, Nev S67 

Aurora Mills, Org 988 

Austin, Nev 867 

Azusa, Cal 392 

Bailey, Nev 869 

Baird, Cal 392 

Baker City, Org 988 

Bakersfield, Cal 393 

Ballard, Cal 395 

Ballena, Cal . 39i 

Ball's Ferrv, Cal 395 

Ballston, Org 

Bandon, Org 

Bangor, Cal 

Bannack Citv, Mont !'4S 

Banniner, Cal 396 

Banta, Cal . . . 396 

Barkerville, BC. 112 

Bartlett Springs, Cal 396 

Basin, Mont 948 



Berlin, Cal 400 

Bernardo, Cal 401 

Berry Creek, Cal 401 

Berryvale, Cal 401 

Bethany, Cal 401 

Bethany, Org 989 

Bickleton, Wash 108S 

Bieber, Cal 401 

Big Bend, Cal 401 

Big Butte, Org 990 

Big Dry Creek, Cal 401 

Bigjjs, Cal 401 

Big Oak Flat, Cal 402 

Big Pine, Cal 402 

Big Trees, Cal 403 

Billings, Mont 949 

Bingham Canon, Utah .... 901 

Binghampton, Cal 403 

Birchville, Cal 403 

Bird's Landing, Cal 403 

Birdsview, Wash 108S 

Bishop Creek, Cal 403 

Bitter Water, Cal 403 

Black Bear, Cal 403 

Black Diamond, Cal 403 

Blackfoot, Idaho 937 

Blackfoot City, Mont 950 

Black Point, Cal 40* 

Hlack's Station, Cal 404 

Blake, Utah 901 

Blanco, Cal 404 

Blocksburg, Cal 404 

Bloomfield, Cal 40-1 

Bloomingtoii, Idaho 93' 

Blue Lake, Cal 405 

Boca, Cal 405 

Bodega, Cal 405 

Bo.lie, Cal 405 

Boise City, Idaho . . . . . . 93 

Bolinas, Cal 406 

Bonanza City, Idaho 938 

B'lonville, Cal 406 

Borden, Cal 406 

Boulder Creek, Cal 406 

Boulder Valley, Mont 950 

Box Elder, Utah 901 

Bozenian, Mont 950 

Bradbury, Org 990 

Brentwood, Cal 40' 



Bridgeville, Cal 

Brighton, Cal 

Bronco, Cal 

Brookfield, Wash 

Brooks, Org 

Brown, Nev 

Brownsborough, Org. . 
Browns Park, Utah. . 
Brown's Valley, Cal... 

Brownsville, Cal 

Brownsville, Org 

Buchanan, Cal 

Buckeye, Cal 

Bullard's Bar, Cal . ... 

Bullion, Idaho 

Bunkerville, Nev .... 

Burgettville, Cal 

Burney Valley, Cal . . 

Burns, Org 

Burson, Cal 

Butcher Ranch, Cal. . . 

Butte City', Cal 

Butte City, Mont 

Butte Meadows, Cal. .. 

Butteville, Org 

Byron, Cal 

Cache Creek, BC 

Cahto, Cal 

Caldwell, Idaho 

Calico, Cal 

Calis Fort, Utah 

Calistoga, Cal 

Callahan's Ranch, Cal. 

Calpella, Cal 

Camanche, Cal 

Cambria Cal 

Camp Badger, Cal 

Campo, Cal 

Campo Seco, Cal 

Camptonville, Cal 

Cana, Cal 

Candelaria, Nev 

Candy, Org 

Canton, Mont 

Canyon City, Org 

Capay, Cal 

Capistrano, Cal. . 

Carbonado, Wash 

Carlton, Org 

Carpenteria, Cal 

Carson City, Nev 

Cascade Locks, Org. . . 
Cascades, Wash. . . 

Caspar, Cal 

Cattle Rock, Org 

Costrox ille, Cal 

Cathlamet, Wash 

Cecih ille, Cal 

Cedar City, Utah 

Cedarville, Cal 

Centerville, Org 

Centerville, Utah 

Centralia, Wash 

Central Point, Cal 

Cential Point, Org... 

Centre, Utah 

Centreville, Cal 

Ceres, Cal 

Cerro Gordo, Cal 

Cisco, Cal 

Challis, Idaho 

Charleston, Utah . . . 

Chehalis, Wash 

Chemainus, B C 

Cheney, Wash 



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. 408 
. 408 
.10S8 
. 990 
. 871 
. 990 
. 901 
. 408 
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. 990 
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. 408 
. 938 
. 871 
. 409 
. 409 
. 991 
. 409 



Bridge, Idaho 938 Chenowith, Wash. 



Batavia, Cal 396 Bridgeport, Cal 407 'Cherokee, Cal. 



. 409 
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.1127 
. 410 
. 939 
. 410 
. 901 
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. 412 
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Cherry Valley, Wash . . . 

Chester, Utah 

Chetco, Org 

Chico, Cal 

Chilliwack, B C 

China Flat, Cal 

Chinese Camp, Cal 

Chino, Cal 

Cholame, Cal 

Christine, Cal 

Chualar, Cal 

Clackamas, Org 

Claquato, Wash 

Clarksburg, Cal 

Clarkston , Utah 

Clarksville, Cal 

Clay, Cal 

Clayton, Cal 

Clements, Cal 

Cleone, Cal 

Cleveland, Org 

Clinton, BC 

Clinton, Utah 

Clipper Mills, Cal 

Cloverdale, Cal 

Coalville, Utah 

Coarse Gold Gulch, Cal . 

Coburg, Org 

Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. . 

Colfax, Wash 

College City, Cal 

College ville, Cal 

Collinsville, Cal 

Coloma, Cal 

Colton , Cal 

Colton, Wash 

Columbia, Cal 

Columbus, Wash 

Colusa, Cal 

Colville, Wash 

Comox, B C 

Compton, Cal 

Concord, Cal 

Con Cow, Cal 

Copperopolis, Cal 

Coppervale, Cal 

Coquille, Org 

Cordelia, Cal 

Corinne, Utah 

Cornelius, Org 

Corralitos, Cal 

Corvallis, Orjr 

Cosumne, Cal , 

Cottage Grove, Org 

Cottonwood, Cal 

Coulterville, Cal 

Coupville, Wash 

Courtland Cal 

Covelo, Cal 

Cowichan, B C 

Cowlitz, Wash 

Crab Creek, Wash 

Crawfordsville, Org... 

Crescent City, Cal 

Crescent Mills, Cal 

Creswe 1, Org 

Cross Hollows, Org . . 
Crow Agency, Mont 

Croydon, Utah 

Crystal, Idaho 

Daggett, Cal 

Dallas, Org 

Damascus. Org 

Damon, Wash 

Danville, Cal 

Darrah, Cal 

Darwin, Cal 

Davenport, Cal 

Davenport, Wash . . . 

Davis Creek, Cal 

Davisville. Cal 

Dayton, Nev 



Contents. 



. . 1091 Dayton, Org 998 

. . 902 Dayton, Wash 1094 

. . 993 Dearborn . Mont 959 

. . 416 Decoto, Cal 435 

. . 1128 Deer Lodge City, Mont 959 

. . 420 Delano, Cal 435 

. . 420 Delta, Cal 435 

. . 421 Denmark, Org 998 

.. 421 Denverton, Cal 435 

.. 421 Descanso, Cal .". 435 

. . 421 Deweyville, Utah 903 

. . 993 Dexter, Org 999 

. . 1091 Diamond City, Utah 903 

. . 421 Diamond Springs, Cal 435 

.. 902 Dillard, Org 999 

. . 42i Dilley, Org 999 

. . 421 Dillow, Mont 960 

. . 422 Dixon, Cal 435 

.. 422 Dobin's Ranch, Cal 437 

.. 422 Donner, Cal 437 

.. 993 Dougherty's Station, Cal... 437 

. . 1128 Douglas City, Cal 437 

. . 902 Douglas Flat, Cal 437 

. . 423 Dover, Utah 903 

. . 423 Downey, Cal 437 

. . 902 Downieville, Cal 438 

.. 424 Drain, Org 999 

. . 993 Draper, Utah 903 

. . 939 Drvtown, Cal 439 

. . 1091 Duncan, Utah 903 

.. 424 Duncan's Mills, Cal 439 

. . 425 Durham, Cal 440 

. 425 Dutch Flat, Cal 440 

.. 425 Eagle Creek, Org 

. . 425 Eagle Point, Org 

. . 1 092 Eagle Rock, Idaho 939 

. . 426 Eagleville, Cal 440 

. . 1092 East Portland, Org 1000 

. . 427 East Sound, Wash 1095 

..1093 Echo, Org 1001 

..1128 EchoCitj, Utah 903 

. . 430 F.den, Utah 903 

. . 430 Eds-ewood, Cal 440 

. . 430 El Cajon, Cal 441 

. . 431 El Dorado, Cal 441 

. . 431 Elk Creek, Cal 441 

. . . 993 Elk Grove, Cal 441 

. . 431 Elko, Nev 875 

. . 902 Elkton , Org 1002 

. .. 993 Ella, Org 100: 

, . . 431 Ellensburgh, Wash 109. 

. . 993 Ellensburg, Org 1002 

. .. 432 Elliott, Cal... 442 

... 996 Elma. Wash 1095 

. . 432 Elmira, Cal 442 

. . . 432 El Monte, Cal 441 

. . . 1093 Emigrant Gap, Cal 445 

. . . 432 Emmett, Cal 442 

. . . 43^ Emmetville, Idaho 940 

. . 1128 Empire, Nev 8 

. . . 1093 Empire City, Org 1002 

. .1093 Emery, BC 1128 

. .. 997 Enoinitos, Cal 442 

. .. 432 Englewood, Cal 443 

. . . 433 Ennis, Mont 961 

. . . 997 Enterprise, Cal 443 

. . . 997 Epperson, Cal 443 

. . . 959 E.da Utah 903 

. . . 903 Erie, Cal 443 

. . . 939 Escalante, Utah 904 

. . . 433 Esquimalt, B C 1128 

. . . 997 Etna Mills, Cal 443 

. . 998 Etta, Cal 443 

. ..1093 Eugene Citv, Org 1003 

. . . 433 Eureka, Cal 443 

... 434 Eureka, Nev 878 

. . . 434 Eureka, Utah 904 

. . . 434 Eureka Mills, Cal 449 

...1093 Evergreen, Cal 4.49 

. .. 434 Falk's Store, Idaho 940 

. . . 434 Fall City, Wash 10*5 

. . . 875 Fall River Mills, Cal 450 



Fairfield, Cal 449 

Fairfield, Utah 904 

Fairplay, Cal 450 

Fairview, Org 1005 

Fair View, Utah 904 

Farmersville, Cal 450 

Farmington, Cal 450 

Farmington, Utah 904 

Farmington, Wash 1095 

Fayette, Ut;-h 904 

Felton, Cal 450 

Ferndale, Cal 451 

Ferrons City, Utah 904 

Fidalgo, Wash 1096 

Fillmore, Utah 904 

Fir, Wash 1096 

Fir Cap, Cal 452 

Firebaugh, Cal 452 

Fish Creek, Mont 961 

Fisherman's Bay, Cal 452 

Fish Haven, Idaho 940 

Fisk's Mill, Cal 452 

Florence, Cal 453 

Florin, Cal 453 

Folsotn, Cal 453 

Forbestown , Cal 454 

Forest City, Cal 464 

Forest Grove, Org 1005 

Forest Hill, Cal 454 

Forest Home, Cal 455 

Forestville, Cal 455 

Forks of Salmon, Cal 455 

Fort Assinaboine, Mont 961 

Fort Benton, Mont 961 

Fort Bidwell, Cal 455 

Fort Custer, Mont 961 

Fort Jones, Cal ^ . 455 

Fort Keogh, Mont 961 

Foit Klamath Org ..1006 

Fort Logan , Mont 962 

Fort Maginnis. Mont 962 

Fort Ross, Cal 456 

Fort Shaw, Montana 962 

Fossil, Org 1006 

Fountain Green, Utah 905 

Fourth Crossing, Cal 456 

Fouts Springs, Cal 456 

Fowler, Cal 456 

Francis, Cal 456 

Franklin, Cal 456 

Franklin, Idaho 940 

Frazier, Cal 456 

Freedom, Idaho 940 

Freeport, Cal 457 

Freestone, Cal 457 

Frem. nt, Utah 905 

French <_ amp, Cal 457 

French Corral, Cal 457 

French Gulch, Cal 457 

Frenchtown, Mont 962 

Fresno, Cal 457 

Fresno Flats, Cal. . . 463 

Fridav Harbor, Wash 1096 

Fulda.Wash 1096 

Fultonville, Org 1006 

Fulton Wells, Cal 463 

Galena, Idaho 940 

Gallatin, Mont 962 

Gait, Cal 463 

Garberville, Cal 465 

Garden Home, Org 1006 

Garden Valley, Cal 465 

Gardiner, Org 1006 

Gardnerville, Nev . 881 

Garfield, Wash 1C96 

Gas Point, Cal 465 

Gasquet, Cal 465 

Gaston, Org 1006 

Genesee, Cal 465 

Genoa, Nev 881 

Gentile Valley, Idaho 940 

Georgetown, Cal 465 



Georgetown, Idaho 940 

German town, Cal 466 

Gertrude, Cal 466 

Gervais, Org 1006 

Geyser Springs, Cal 466 

Gibbonsville, Idaho i 940 

Gibsonville, Cal 466 

Gilmore. Cal 467 

Gilroy, Cal 467 

Gilroy Hot Springs, Cal 468 

Glenbrook, Cal 

Glenbrook, Nev 881 

Glencoe, Org 1007 

Glendale, Org. 1007 

Glendale, Utah 905 

Glen Ellen, Cal 46r 

Glenn, Org 100 

Glennville, Cal 469 

Glen wood, Cal 

Glenwood, Utah 905 

Golconda, Nev 881 

Goldendale, Wash 1096 

Gold Hill, Nev 882 

Gold Run, Cal 469 

Goleta, Cal 469 

Gonzales, Cal 469 

Goodyear's Bar, Cal 470 

Goshen, Org 1007 

Goshen, Utah.: 905 

Grafton, Cal 470 

Grainland, Cal 470 

Grand Island, Cal 470 

Grand Ronde, Org 1007 

Grangeville, Cal 470 

Grangeville, Idaho 941 

Granite City, Utah 905 

Granite Hill, Cal 470 

Graniteville, Cal 471 

Grant, Org 1007 

Grants Pass, Org 1007 

Grantsville, Utah 906 

Granville, B C 1128 

Grass Valley, Cal 471 

Gravelly Valley, Cal 474 

Grayson, Cal 474 

Gray's River, Wash 1097 

Green Va lev, Cal 475 

Greenville, Cal 475 

Greenville. Org 1008 

Greenville, Utah 906 

Greenwich, Cal 475 

Greenwood, Cal 475 

Giidley, Cal 476 

Grimes, Cal 477 

Grizzly Flats, Cal 477 

Groveland, Cal 477 

Grubgulch, Cal 477 

Guadaloupe, Cal 477 

Gualala, Cal 477 

Guerneville, Cal 478 

Gunnison, Utah 906 

Hailev, Idaho 941 

Half Moun Bay, Cal 478 

Halsey, Org 1008 

Hamblin, Utah 906 

Hamburgh Bar, Cal 479 

Hamilton, Nev 882 

Hamlet, Cal 479 

Hampton ville, Cal 479 

Hanford, Cal 470 

Happy Camp, Cal ... 479 

Hardman, Org 1009 

Harney, Org 1009 

Harrington , Wash 109 

Harris, Cal 480 

Harrisburgh, Org 1009 

Harrisville, Utah 906 

Hat Creek, Cal 480 

Havilah, Cal 480 

Hawthorne, Nev 882 

Hayden Hill, Cal 480 

Hay Fork, Cal 480 



Contents. 



Hay wards, Cal 480 

Hazel Creek, Cal 482 

Healdsburg, Cal 4S2 

Heber, Utah 

Helna, Mont 

Henefer, Utah 906 

Henleyville, Cal 484 

Heppner, Org 1009 

Hicksville, Cal 4S4 

Highland Springs, Cal 484 

Hillsboro, Org 1009 

Hillsdale, Utah 907 

Hill's Ferry, Cal . 484 

Hollister, Cal 484 

Honcut, Cal 487 

Hood River, Org 1010 

Hooper, Utah 907 

Hopeton, Cal 487 

Hopland, Cal 487 

Hornitos, Cal 487 

Horse Shoe Bend, Idaho 942 

Hotaling, Cal 487 

Hough Springs, Cal 487 

Howe, Cal 487 

Hubbard, Org 1010 

Hueneme, Cal 488 

Humboldt House, Nev 883 

Huntington, Utah 907 

Huntsville, Utah . . 907 

Huntsville, Wash 1097 

Hurlton, Cal 488 

Hurley, Cal 484 

Hyde Park, Utah 907 

Hydesville, Cal 488 

Hyrum, Utah 907 

Idaho City , Idaho 942 

Igo, Cal . 488 

Ilwaco, Wash 1097 

Imusdale, Cal 488 

Independence, Cal 489 

Independence, Org ...1010 

Indian Gulch, Cal 489 

Inglenook, Cal 489 

Ingles, Org ..1012 

In verury , Utah 607 

Inskip, Cal 489 

Isabel, Org 1012 

Island City, Org 1013 

Isleton , Cal 491 

lone, Cal 489 

Iowa City, Cal 490 

Irondale, Wash 1097 

Irving, Cal 491 

Irving, Or . . 1012 

Jackson, Cal 492 

Jackson Gate, Cal 494 

Jacksonville, Org 1013 

Jamestown, Cal 494 

Janesville, Cal 495 

Jefferson, Org 1015 

Jenny Lind, Cal 495 

Jessie, Idaho 942 

John Adams, Cal 495 

John Day, Org 1015 

Johnson , Utah 907 

Johnsville, Cal 495 

Jordan, Org 1015 

Joseph, Org 1015 

Joseph, Utah 907 

Juab, Utah 907 

Julian, Cal 495 

Junction, Idaho 942 

Junction, Utah 907 

Junction City, Cal 495 

Junction City, Org 1015 

Kalama, Wash 1098 

Kamas, Utah 907 

Kamilche, Wash 1098 

Kamloops, B C 1129 

Kanab, Utah 908 

Kanarraville, Utah 908 

Kanosh, Utah 908 



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Kaysville, Utah 908 

Kelsey, Cal 496 

Kelseyville, Cal 496 

Kelton, Utah 908 

Kerby, Org 1016 

Kernville, Cal 496 

Ketchum, Idaho 942 

Kibesillah, Cal 497 

Kingsburgh, Cal. 497 

Kingsley, Org 1016 

Kingston, Utah 908 

Knappa, Org 1016 

Knappton, Wash 1098 

Knight's Ferry, Cal 497 

Knoxville, Cal 497 

Konewock, Wash 1098 

Koosharem, Utah 908 

La Camas, Wash 1098 

La Canada, Cal 497 

La Center, Wash 109S 

La Conner, Wash 1098 

Ladner's Landing, B C 1129 

La Fayette, Cal 498 

La Fayette, Org 1016 

La Grande, Org 1017 

La Grange, Cal 498 

La Honda, Cal . 498 

Lake City, Cal 498 

Lake Point, Utah 908 

Lakeport, Cal . . 499 

Lakeview, Org 1017 

Lakeville, Cal 50o 

Lancha Plana, Cal 500 

Langley, B. C 1129 

La Panza, Cal 498 

La Porte, Cal 498 

Larene, Wash 1098 

Las Cruces, Cal 500 

Latham, Org 1018 

Latrobe, Cal 501 

Lathrop, Cal 501 

Laurel, Org. 1018 

Lay ton ville, Cal 501 

Leamington, Utah 908 

Lebanon, Org 1018 

Lehi City, Utah 909 

Leland, Org :....1019 

Lemoore, Cal 501 

Levan, Utah 909 

Lewiston, Cal 502 

Lewiston, Idaho .. 943 

Lewisville, Wash 1098 

Lidell, Cal 502 

Lilloet, B. C H30 

Lincoln, Cal 502 

Linden, Cal 502 

Link ville, Org 1019 

Little Elk, Org 1019 

Little River, Cal 503 

Little Stony, Cal 503 

Little York, Cal 503 

Livermore, Cal 503 

Live Oak, Cal 503 

Lockeford, Cal 505 

Lodi, Cal 505 

Logan, Utah 909 

Lompoc, Cal 508 

Lone Pine, Cal 508 

Lone Pine, Wash 1098 

Lone Rock, Org 1° 19 

Long Beach, Cal 508 

Long Creek, Org 1° 20 

Long Tom, Org 1020 

Long Valley, Cal 509 

Longville, Cal 509 

Lookingglass, Org 10 20 

Lookout, Cal 509 

Lopez Island, Wash !099 

Lorin, Cal 509 

Los Alamos, Cal 509 

Los Angeles, Cal 6 }» 

LosBanos, Cal 562 



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Los Gatos, Cal 652 

Lowell Hill, Cal 664 

Lower Lake, Cal 555 

Loyaltoii, Cal ... 556 

Lugonio, Cal 656 

Lummi, Wash 1099 

LunLng, Nev 883 

Lyle, Wash 1099 

Lynden, Wash 1099 

Lyonsville, Cal 656 

Madera, Cal 566 

Madison, Cal 557 

Magalia, Cal 559 

Maine Prairie, Cal 559 

Malad City, Idaho 943 

Malheur, Org 1020 

Manchester, Cal 559 

Manti, Utah 909 

Maple Bay, B. C 1130 

Marengo, Wash 1099 

Marion, Org 1022 

Mariposa, Cal 659 

Market Lake, Idaho 944 

Markham, Cal 560 

Markleeville, Cal 560 

Marshall, Cal 560 

Marshall, Wash 1099 

Marshfield, Org 1022 

Martinez, Cal 560 

Marysvale, Utah 910 

Marysville, Cal 562 

Marysville, Wash 1099 

Maxwell, Cal 567 

Mavfield, Cal 568 

Mayfield, Utah 910 

McCammon, Idaho 944 

McCoy, Org 1022 

McMinnville, Org 1020 

Meadow Vallev, Cal 

Meadowville, Utah 910 

Medford, Org 1023 

Medical Lake. Wash 1099 

Mehama, Org 1024 

Mendocino, Cal 

Mendon, Cal 570 

Mendon, Utah 910 

Menlo Park, Cal 570 

Merced, Cal 570 

Merced Falls, Cal 572 

Meridian, Cal 572 

Merrillville, Cal 574 

Mesa Grande, Cal 574 

Mesquit, Nev 

Metchosin, B C 1130 

Michigan Bar, Cal 574 

Michigan Bluff, Cal 574 

Middleten, Idaho 944 

Middleton, Org 1024 

Middletown, Cal 574 

Midway, Utah 91< 

Miles, "Wash 1099 

Miles City, Mont 970 

Milford, Cal 575 

Milford, Utah 910 

Miller, Cal 575 

Millers, Org 1024 

Mills Seminary, Cal 57' 

Millville.Cal 576 

Millville, Utah 910 

Miloitas, Cal 576 

Milton, Org 1024 

Milton, Cal 57 

Milwaukee, Org 1024 

Mineral Hill, Nev 

Minersville, Cal 577 

Minersville, Utah 910 

Mission San Jose, Cal 5 

Missoula, Mont 971 

Mitchell, Org 1025 

Modesto, Cal ... 57^ 

Mohawk, Cal 582 

Mohawk, Org 1025 



Contents. 



MojaTe, Cal 585 

Mokelumne Hill, Cal 585 

Monitor, Cal 586 

Mona, Utah 910 

Monmouth, Org 1025 

Monroe, Org 1025 

Monroe, Utah 91C 

Monterey, Cal 586 

Montesano, Wash .. 1100 

Montezuma, Cal 588 

Montgomery- Creek, Cal 588 

Monticello,' Cal 588 

Montpelier Idaho 944 

Moons Ranch, Cal 588 

Moores Station, Cal f 88 

Morgan, Utah 911 

Mormon Island, Cal 588 

Morro, Cal 589 

Moscow, Idaho 944 

Mountain Home, Idaho 944 

Mountain House, Cal 589 

Mountain Ranch, Cal 589 

Mountain View, Cal 589 

Mount Baker, Wash 1100 

Mount Bullion, Cal (90 

Mount Idaho, Idaho 944 

Mount Pleasant, Org 1025 

Mount Pleasant, Utah 911 

Mount Shasta, Cal . . ; 590 

Mount Vernon, Org 1025 

Mount Vernon, Wash 1100 

Muck, Wash 1101 

Mud Bay, BC 1130 

Mukilteo, Wash 1101 

Mulino, Org 1025 

Murphv, Org 1025 

Murphy's, Cal 590 

Murray, Utah 911 

Musick, Cal 590 

Myrtle Creek, Org 1025 

Nanaimo, BC 113i 

Napa, Cal 591 

Napa Junction, Cal 595 

Napa Soda Springs, Cal 595 

Napavine, Wash 1101 

Nashville, Cal 595 

National City, Cal 595 

Natividad, Cal 596 

Navarro Ridge, Cal 596 

Needy, Org 1026 

Nelson, Cal 596 

Nelson Point, Cal 596 

Nephi, Utah 911 

Netarts, Org ... 1026 

Nevada 866 



Nevada City, Cal 
New Almaden, Cal 



590 

59!) 



Newark , Cal 59f 

Newbert, Cal 599 

Newbury Park, Cal 60' 

Newcastle, Cal 6'if 

New Castle. Wash 1101 

New Chicago, Mont 972 

New Dungeness, Wash 1101 

New Era, Org 1020 

Newhall, Cal 601 

NewHaimom, Utah 912 

New Hope, Cal 60] 

New Jerusalem, Cal 601 

Newport, Cal 601 

Newport, Org 1020 

Newton, Utah 91l 

Newtown, Cal 601 

Newville, Cal 601 

New Westminster, B C 1131 

Nicasio, Cal 601 

Nicola Lake, B C 113: 

Nicolaus, Cal 601' 

Niles, Cal 60 

Nolin, Org 102t 

Nooksachk, Wash 110)1 Pentz, Cal 



Nordhoff, Cal 602 

Norman, Cal ... 602 

North Bloomfield, Cal 602 

North Canyonville, Org 1026 

North Columbia, Cal 603 

North Cove, Wash 1101 

North Powder, Org 1026 

North San Diego, Cal 603 

North San Juan, Cal 603 

North Temescal, Cal 603 

North Yakima, Wash 1101 

North Yam Hill, Org 1027 

Norton ville, Cal 604 

Norway, Org 1027 

Norwalk, Cal 604 

Nuevo, Cal 604 

Oak Bar, Cal 604 

Oak City, Utah 912 

Oakdale, Cal 604 

Oakland, Cal 606 

Oakland, Org 1027 

Oakland, Wash 1102 

Oakley, Idaho 945 

Oak Point, Wash 1102 

Oakville, Cal 636 

Oakville, Wash 1102 

Oceanside, Cal 636 

Ogden.Utah 912 

O'Kanogan, Wash 1102 

Olalla, Org ... 1028 

Olequa, Wash 1102 

Oleta, Cal 636 

Oly mpia, Wash 1103 

Omega, Cal 636 

150-Mile House, BC 1132 

Oneida, Idaho 945 

Ono.Cal 636 

Ontario, Cal 636 

Ophir, Cal ?• 637 

Ophir, Utah 915 

Orange, Cal 637 

Orcas Island, Wash 1104 

Oregon City, Org 102S 

Oregon House, Cal 637 

Oroville, Cal 639 

Orland, Cal 637 

Orleans, Cal 639 

OroFino, Cal 639 

Oswego, Org 1029 

Ovid, Idaho 945 

Oxford, Idaho 945 

Oysterville, Wash 1104 

Pacheco, Cal 642 

Paisley, Org 1029 

Pajaro, Cal 643 

Palisade, Nev 884 

Palmse, Wash 1104 

Panguitch, Utah 915 

Paradise, Cal . . 643 

Paradise, Utah 915 

Paradise Valley, Nev 884 

Paragonah, Utah 915 

Paraiso Springs, Cal 643 

Paris, Idaho 945 

Park Citv, Utah 915 

Parkfield Cal 643 

Park Valley, Utah 916 

Parma, Idaho 945 

Parowan , Utah 916 

Pasadena, Cal 643 

Paskenta, Cal 645 

Paso Robles, Cal 645 

Pataha City, Wash 1105 

Pavson, Utah 916 

Peach Tree, Cal 645 

Pekin.Wash 1105 

Penawawa, Wash 1105 

Pendleton, Org 1029 

Penn's Grove, Cal 646 

Penryn, Cal 645 



Jford, Cal. 



60! 



645 



Peoria, Org 1030 



Perry dale, Org 1030 

Pescadero, Cal 645 

Petaluma, Cal 646 

Peters, Cal 650 

Peterson, Utah 916 

Petrolia, Cal 650 

Pettysville, Org : 1C 30 

Philbrook, Mont 972 

Phillipsburgh, Mont 972 

Philomath, Org 1030 

Phoenix, Org 1031 

Pike City, Cal 651 

Pilot Hill, Cal 651 

Pilot Rock, Org 1031 

Pinacarte, Cal 651 

Pinckney, Cal 651 

Pine City, Wash 1105 

Pine Grove, Cal 651 

Pino, Cal 651 

Pinole, Cal 651 

Pinta, Utah 916 

Pioche, Nev 884 

Pioneer, Mont 972 

Pittville, Cal 661 

1 lacerville, Cal 661 

Plain City, Utah 916 

Plainfield, Cal 653 

Plainsburg, Cal 653 

Piano, Cal 653 

Pleasant Grove, Utah 917 

Pleasant Hill, Org 1031 

Pleasant Home, Org 1031 

Pleasant Valley, Cal 653 

Pleasanton, Cal 654 

Plevna, Org 1031 

Plumb Station, Wash 1105 

Plymouth, Cal 654 

Pocatello, Idaho 945 

Point Reyes, Cal 655 

Pomeroy* Wash 1105 

Pomo, Cal 

Pomona, Cal 656 

Pony, Mont 972 

Pope Valley, Cal 658 

Poplar, Cal 658 

Poplar Creek Agency, Mont 972 

Port Angeles, Wash 1106 

Port Costa, Cal 658 

Port Discovery, Wash 1106 

Port Gamble, Wash 1106 

Port Harford, Cal 659 

Port l.udlow, Wash 1106 

PortMaaison, Wash 1106 

Port Moody, BC 1132 

Port. Orford, Org 1069 

Port Townsend, Wash ... 110 

Port Wine, Cal 659 

Portage, Utah 91 

Portersville, Cal 659 

Portland, Org 1031 

Poti ero, Cal 659 

Potter Valley, Cal 659 

Poway, Cal 66< 

Prairie City, Org 106£ 

Prattville, Cal 660 

Princeton, Cal 660 

Prineville, Org 1069 

Providence, Cal 660 

Providence, Utah 1/17 

Provo City, Utah 917 

Pullman, Wash 1108 

Punta Arenas, Cal e60 

Purissima, Cal 661 

Puyallup, Wash 1108 

Pysht, Wash 1108 

uesnelle.BC 1132 

juincy , Cal 661 

Quinn, Org 1069 

Race Track, Mont 973 

Radersburgh, Mont 973 

Rainier, Org 1039 

Ranch, Utah 917 



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Randolph, Org 1069 

Randolph, Utah 917 

Rathdrum, Idaho 945 

Ravenna, Cal 662 

Red Bluff, Cal 662 

Red Bluff, Mont 

Redding, Cal 665 

Redwood City, Cal 

Reno, Nev 884 

Renton, Wash 1108 

Reveille, Nev 89" 

Richfield, Utah 91 

Riddles, Org 1070 

Ripon, Cal 

Rio Vista, Cal 

Ritzville, Wash 1109 

Riverside, Cal 

Roche Harbor 1109 

Rock, Cal 670 

Rock Point, Org 1070 

Rocklin, Cal 670 

Rockville, Utah 917 

Rockwood, Org 1070 

Rocky Point, Cal 671 

Rohnerville, Cal 671 

Rooster Rock , Org . . *. 1070 

Rosalia, Wash 1109 

Roseburg, Org 1070 

Roseville, Cal 671 

Ross Fork, Idaho 946 

Rough and Ready, Cal 67'^ 

Round Mountain, Cal 672 

Round Valley, Cal 673 

Routier, Cal 673 

Ruby Hill, Nev 890 

Ruby Valley, Nev 890 

Rutherford, Cal 673 

Rye Patch. Nev 890 

Sacramento, Cal 673 

St Charles, Idaho 946 

St George, Utah 918 

Saint Helens, Org 1071 

St Helena, Cal 705 

St Ignatius, Mont 973 

St John, Cal 707 

St John, Utah 918 

St Louis, Cal 707 

St Paul, Org 10" 

Salem, Org 1072 

Salem, Utah 918 

Salesville. Mont 973 

Salida, Cal. 70 

Salina, Utah 918 

Salinas City, Cal 708 

Salmon City, Idaho 946 

Salmon Falls, Cal 710 

Salt Lake City, Utah 919 

SamV Valley, Org 107" 

San Andreas, Cal 710 

n Antonio, Cal 712 

San Benito, Cal 712 

Sun Bernardino, Cal 71i 

San Bruno, Cal 719 

San Buenaventura, Cal 71 

Sanders, Cal 761 

San Dieuo, Cal 720 

Sanuv, Org 10' 

Sandy, Utah 932 

San Felipe, Cal '. 734 

San Fei nando, Cal 734 

Siin Francisco, Cal 97 

San Jose, Cal 736 

San Juan, Cal 749 

San Juan, Wash 1109 

San Gabriel, Cal . 734 

San Gregorio, Cal 735 

San Jacinto, Cal 735 

San Joaquin, Cal 735 

San Leandro, Cal 749 

San Lorenzo, Cal 750 

San Luis Obispo, Cal 750 

San Luis Rey, Cal 755 



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San Mateo, Cal 755 

San Miguel, Cal 756 

San Pablo, Cal 756 

San Pedro, Cal 758 

San Quentin, Cal 758 

San Rafael, Cal 758 

San Ramon, Cal 761 

San Simeon, Cal 761 

Santa Ana, Cal 762 

Santa Barbara, Cal 

Santa Clara, Cal 

Santa Cruz, Cal 771 

Santa Maria, Cal 778 

Santa Monica, Cal 778 

Santa Paula, Cal 779 

Santaquin, Utah 932 

Santa Rita, Cal 779 

Santa Rosa, Cal . . 779 

Santa Ynez, Cal 784 

Saratoga, Cal 785 

Satsop, Wash 1109 

Saucelito, Cal 785 

Savana's Ferry, B C 1132 

Savannah, Cal 785 

Sawyer's Bar, Cal 785 

Scales, Cal 786 

Scappoose, Org 1077 

Scenega, Cal 786 

Scio, Org 1077 

Scofield, Utah 932 

Scott River, Cal 786 

Scottsburg, Org 1077 

Seabeck, Wash 1109 

Searsville, Cal 786 

Seaside, Org 1078 

Seattle, Wash 1109 

Sebastopol, Cal 786 

Seiad Valley, Cal 786 

Selnia, Cal 786 

Selish, Mont 973 

Semiahmoo, Wash 1112 

Snaron, Wash 1112 

Shasta, Cal 787 

Shedos, Org 1078 

Sheep Ranch, Cal 787 

Sheridan, Cal 788 

Sheridan, Nev. 

Sheridan, Org 1078 

Sherman, Wash.. 1112 

Shingle Springs, Cal 788 

Sierra City, Cal 7; 

Sierra Valley (Sierraville) Cal 7: 

Silver City, Idaho 946 

Silver City, Nev 890 

Silver Cit'y, Utah 932 

Silt er Reef, Utah 933 

Silver Star, Mont 973 

Silverton , Org 1078 

Skagit, Wash 1112 

Skamokawa, Wash 1113 

Skipanon, Org 107: 

Skokomish, Wash 1113 

Slatersville, Utah 933 

Smai tsville, Cal 790 

mithfield, Utah 933 

Smith River, Cal 790 

Smith's Flat, Cal 790 

Snelling, Cal 790 

Snohomish, Wash 1113 

Snowvill, . Utah 933 

Soda Creek, B C 1133 

Soda Springs, Idaho 946 

Soledad, Cal 791 

Somersv ille, Cal 791 

Sonoma, Cal 792 

Sonora, Cal 792 

Soquel, Cal . 794 

Soulsbvville, Cal 795 

South Bend, Wash 1113 

South Butte, Cal 796 

South Jordan, Utah 933 

South Pasadena, Cal 796 



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Spadra, Cal 796 

Spangle, Wash 1113 

Spanish Fork, Utah 933 

Sparta, Org 1078 

Spence's Bridge, B C 1133 

Spenceville, Cal 796 

Spokane Bridge, Wash 1113 

Spokane Falls, Wash 1113 

Sprague, Wash 1116 

Spring Citv, Utah 933 

Springfield, Org 1079 

Springville, Utah 933 

Star, Idaho 946 

Stark's Point, Wash 1117 

Stay ton, Org 1079 

Steamboat Springs, Nev. . . . 890 

Steilacoom City, Wash Ill 

Stephen's, Wash 1118 

Sterling, Utah 933 

Stevensville, Mont 973 

Stillwater, Mont 974 

Stillwater, Nev 890 

Stockton, Cal ... .796 

Stockton, Utah 933 

Stone Station, Mont 974 

Stonv Point, Cal 814 

Strawberry Valley, Cal 814 

Sublett, Idaho 946 

Sugar Pine, Cal 814 

Suisun.Cal 814 

Sumas, BC 1133 

Summer Lake, Org 1079 

Summer rille, Org 1079 

Summit, Cal 815 

Summit, Org 1079 

Summit, Utah 933 

Sumner, Cal 815 

Sumpter, Org 1079 

SunolGlen, Cal 816 

Sun River, Mont 974 

Susan rille, Cal 816 

Sutter Creek, Cal . 81 

Suver, Org 1079 

Sweet Home, Org 1079 

Sweetland, Cal 818 

Sycamore, Cal 818 

Table Bluff, Cal 818 

Table Rock, Cal 818 

Tacoma, Wash 1118 

Tahoe, Cal 818 

Taison, Cal 818 

Tangent, Org 1080 

Taysas, Wash 1120 

Tavlor, Nev 891 

Taylorsville, Cal 818 

Tavlorsville, Utah 933 

Tehama, Cal 819 

Telegraph Citv, Cal 820 

Temecula, Cal" 820 

Tenino, Wash 1120 

Ten Mile, Org 1050 

Terrace, Utah 934 

The Dalles, Org 1080 

Thompson, Mont 974 

Thurber, Utah 934 

Thurmans Mills, Idaho. . . . 

Tiburon.Cal 820 

Til'amook, Org 1082 

Tinton, Cal 820 

Title 81 

Toano, Nev 891 

Toledo, Wash 1120 

Tomales, Cal 820 

Tooele, Utah 934 



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Toquerville, Utah 934 

Townsend, Cal 820 

Tracy, Cal 820 

Traver, Cal 821 

Trenton, Utah 934 

Tres Pinos, Cal 821 

Trinidad, Cal 8*21 

Trinity Center, Cal 822 

Truckee, Cal 822 

Tualitin, Org 1082 

Tucker, Utah 934 

Tukannon, Wash 1120 

Tulalip, Wash . . . . 1120 

Tulare, Cal 826 

Tule Lake, Org 1052 

Turn water, Wash 1120 

Turlock, Cal 829 

Turner, Org 1082 

Tuscarora, Nev .... 891 

Tustin, Cal 830 

Twenty-six Mile House, Cal. . 830 

Twin Bridges, Mont 974 

Twin Ri ver, Nev 891 

Tybi.Nev 891 

Ukiah.Cal.* 830 

Umatilla, Org 1082 

Umpqua Ferry, Org 1082 

Union, Org 1083 

Union, Utah 934 

Union House, Cal 831 

Uniontown.Org 1083 

Uniontown, Wash 1122 

Unity, Mont 974 

Upper Lake, Cal 831 

Vacaville, Cal 832 

Vallecito, Cal . 833 

Vallejo, Cal 833 

Valley Center, Cal 837 

Valley Ford, Cal : 837 

Valley Springs, Cal . 83i 

Vancouver, Wash 1121 

Vansvcle, Org 1083 

Vanzile.Utah 934 

Verdi, Nev 892 

Vernon, Utah 934 

Vernonia, Org 1053 

Victoria, B. C 1133 

Vinson, Org 1083 

Vienna, Idaho 946 

Vina, Cal 837 

Virgin City, Utah 934 

Virginia City, Nev 892 

Virginia City, Mont 974 

Visalia, Cal 837 

Volcano, Cal 841 

Wadsworth, Nev 896 

Waitsburg, Wash 1122 

Waldo, Org 1033 

Waldron, Org 1084 

Wales, Utah 935 

Walkerville, Mont 975 

Wallace, Cal 841 

Walla Walla, Wash 1122 

Wallsburgh, Utah 935 

Walnut Creek, Cal 841 

Walnut Grove, Cal 842 

Walsh Station, Cal 842 

Wanship, Utah 935 

Ward, Nev 896 

Warm Springs, Cal 842 

Warm Springs, Montana . . 975 

Washington, Utah 935 

Washougal, Wash 1124 

Waterford, Cal 842 



Waterloo, Org 1084 

Waterman, Cal 842 

Watson ville, Cal 843 

Wavetly, Wash 1125 

Wawona, Cil 845 

Weatherby, Org 1084 

Weaverville, Cal 846 

Weldon, Cal 846 

Wellington, B. C 1137 

Wellington, Nev 896 

Wells, Nev 897 

Wells, Org 1084 

Wenas, Wash 1125 

West Berkeley, Cal 847 

West Butte, Cal 847 

West Chehalem, Org 1084 

West Jordan, Utah 935 

Westminster, Cal 847 

Weston, Idaho 947 

Weston, Org 1084 

West Point, Cal 847 

Westport, Cal 848 

Westport, Org 1084 

West Union, Org 1084 

Whatcom, Wash 1125 

Wheatland, Cal 848 

Wheatland, Org 1085 

Whiteaker, Org 1085 

Whitehall, Mont 976 

White Rocks, Utah 935 

White Salmon, Wash 1125 

White Sulphur Springs, Mont 975 

Wi.:kes, Mont 976 

Wilder ville, Org 1085 

Wild Flower, Cal 849 

Wilhoit, Org 1085 

Wilkeson, Wash 1125 

Wilmington, Cal r 853 

Wilsonville, Org . 1085 

Willamina, Org 1085 

Willapa, Wash 1125 

Willard, Utah 935 

Williams, Cal 849 

Willits, Cal 851 

Willow Cree , Mont 976 

Willow Creek, Nev 897 

Willows, Cal 851 

Willow Springs, Org 1085 

Windsor, Cal 853 

Winlock, Wash 1125 

Winnemucca, Nev 897 

Winters, Cal 853 

Wolf Creek, Org 1085 

Woodbridge, Cal 854 

Wood burn, Org 1085 

Woodland, Cal 855 

Woodside, Cal 858 

Woodville, Cal 859 

Woodville, Mont 976 

Woi kJ ville, Org 1056 

Wrights, Cal 859 

W wdotte, Cal 859 

Yakima, Wash 1126 

Yale, B.C 1137 

Yankee Hill, Cal 859 

Yankee Jims , Cal 860 

Yoli.Cal 860 

Yoncalla.Org 1086 

Yorkville, Cal 860 

You Bef, Cal 860 

Yountville, Cal 861 

Yreka.Cal 861 

Yuba City, Cal 86S 

Zena, Org 1086 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Abel H C 214 

Abietene Cough Balsam 64 1 

Abraham EC 7762 

Adams CE 702 

Adams & Smith 391 

Ahlborn Hotel, S F 223 

Aitken A 695 

Alameda Hotel, San Jose,Cal"36.<7 

Albanv Herald 931 

Alhambra, The 254 

Allen WR 27 

Alta -California 17 

Amador Dispatch 494 

Amador Marble Co, .... . 632 

Amador Sentinel 494 

American Eagle Association . 57 
American Fishing Co — ... 186 
American Hotel, Auburn, Cal 39l' 

American Salt Co, The 326 

Amick Wm 849 

Ander-on Bros 53 

AndersonG 1060 

Angelo Raymo 

Anglo-California Bank 18 

Antiquarian Book Store 125 

An ton i E 186 

Aptos Mills 777, 736< 

Ardaut & Schmit 536, 54 

Argullo Block, San Jose, Cal. 736b 
Arlington House, Carson, Nv 875 

Artificial Limbs 8, 96b 

Arnold B E 8 

Asmann A & Co 176b 

Atlas Iron Works 2 

Aufrichtig M 3^3 

Auzerais House, San Jose. . 736^ 
Auzeiais House, Santa Cruz 

Aptos, supplemental 736a 

Aw Eugene 32, 42 

Bailey S H 77 

Baker & Cuthcart. .. 29S 

Baker DM 764 

Baker E H & Son . . 859 

Baker M S & Co 53s 

Baker Sanford C 606 

BalanesiG 273 

Bancroft A L 592 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co. margin 
Bank of British N America. . 19 

Bank of Visalia 841 

Banks Wm 263 

Baptis John H 19S 

Barcroft Fred 558 

Barnard's Bu-in's College, margin 

Barr John D & Son S56 

Bartholomew L 829 

Bauer Frank H 

Baumgart Marx 982 

Bay City Iron Works 1 

Beal C R 711 

Becker J W 30 

Beeman William 

BeldingBros 1059 

Bella Vista House, Oakland 

Cal 613 

Belloli J A 65 



Bennett S J 562 

BentonCL&Co 267 

Benton Leader 996 

Berdine D H & Co 810 

Bergmann & Co 696 

Bernstein & Co 333 

Bigelow & Little 1 

Big Hedge Poultry Yards 10 

Bilicke AC &Co 579 

Bisbee John G 392 

Black William 266 

Blakeley JO 84" 

Blumenthal Julius 161 

Bodwell H H & Son . . 66, margin 

Boesch Emile 319 

Bogk G 959 

Bonner Stables 776^ 

BonnotteC 8S9 

Bonzagni M 642 

Boomer AH 865 

Boston Belting Co 119 

Boston Oyster House 268 

Bourgoin A. 125 

Boyle Denny ^217 

Bran ham Charles M 736A 

Breck Samuel 320b 

Brennan Wm L 810 

Brewer A L Rev 757 

Briggs R F 92S 

Brodie J R & Co 310 

Brown & Calkins. back cover, 600 

Brown, Craig & Co 23 

Brown I 810 

Brown Thos 267 

Browne F E 537 

Browne J P 763 

Browning J W & Co 536 

Broyer & Fulton 254 

Brunswick, Balke, Collen 

derCo, The 120 

Budde Joseph 363 

Buell PA& Co 811 

Burgans Chas E 635 

Burr C C 285 

Burton & Hovt 54 

Bush & Mallett 196 

Rutterfield J A 494 

Byron Hotel, Byron, Cal ... . 410 

Cadenau & Co 149 

Calaveras Prospect 711 

Calaveras Weekly Citizen . . 711 

Caldwell H Mrs 174 

California Artificial Stone 

Paving Co 100 

California Carriage Works . . 736</ 

California Demokrat 29 

California Employm't Office 192a 

California Market 26 

California Nursery Co 776b 

C O & I Stage Co 865 

CamilloniG 186 

Canan MA 996 

Carlaw Bros 

Carlson & Higgins 730 

Cartier F 635 

Cary W M 875 



Casey N Miss 278 

Castalian 2 

Castiglioni S & Co 552 

Cavalera & Co 538 

Central Baths. 211 

Central Hotel, McMinnville, 

Org 1021 

Cental Hotel, Pacheco, Cal. . 642 
Central Hotel, San Diego, Cal 730 
Central Hotel, Wheatland, " 
Central Hotel, Winnemucca, 

Nev 

Central Market Restaurant. .1059 

Centre Market 268 

Chadbourne F S & Co 195 

Chandler BB 814 

Chesnutwoods Business Col- 
lege . 776a 

Chicago Hotel, San Francisco 223 

Chick Bros 538 

Child TT 166 

ChmngLeeY 736/i 

City Hotel, Redding, Cal.... 667 

Clark Asa 800c 

ClarkC W & Bro 539 

Clark N & Sons 54 

Clay son Charles 1065 

Cla'vton MF 697 

Clayton Z 696 

Click Daniel 788 

Cluff Gertie De Force 507 

Coats J&P front cover- 
Cohen Ben e98 

Cole C A 996 

College of Notre Dame, Ma- 

ysville. 56S 

Commercial & Savings Bank 736 
Commercial Hotel, Stockton. 800a 

Condit J H & Co 800c 

College of Notre Dame, S San 

Francisco 34 

College of Notre Dame, San 

Jose 748 

Colton Dental Association. . . 3 

Columbus Brewery 70 

Commercial and Savings 

Bank, The 

Commons Wm 736b 

Compton, Kerr & Griffin 539 

Conklin JC & Co 932 

Connecticut Fire Insurance 

Co of Hartford 22 

Conover & Co 1076 

Cook AO& Son 119,236 

CookH N 119,217 

Cook J S Dr 698 

Cook LMrs 1064 

Coon M F 183 

Cooper J H&Co 667 

Coo er Medical College 35 

Cooper M L Dr 583 

Corbitt & Macleay 1062 

Corriveau L 211 

Corvallis Gazette 996 

Corvallis Marble Works 996 

Cottage Hotel, San Diego, Cal 728 



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Index to Advertisements. 



Cosmopolitan Hotel, Helena, 

Mont 968 

Cosmopolitan Hotel, Merced, 

Cal 573 

Cotton AT 828 

Cotton Ben 254 

Couch M Mrs 889 

CoulsonNT 176a 

Crawford F G 852 

Crawford House, Willows, Cal 852 

Crawford J A 982 

Crimmins John 342 

Cronan & Dunbar 276 

Crosby C C 391 

Cr vfctal Palace Tea Co 1 199 

Curtis D B 995 

Daily Union 474 

Daily and Weekly Talk .. .1076 
Davis Bros, Bergmann & Co. 32 

Davis & Miller 655 

Dav & Henderson 1005 

Dealy J E 887 

DeCelis E F 539 

Decker Chas W 3 

De"courtieux A 266 

Degen L P 236 

Delmas J 7366 

De Martini & Cerighino 422 

Denniston E G 

Dennv Edward & Co. .back cover 

D & R G W R R back cover 

Detroit. Safe Co 14 

DeTurk J G 540 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co 43 

Dietle Charles 12' 

Digman John P 348 

Divoll & Bray 795 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co 832 

DodgeN 268 

Donahue, The, San Francisco 222 

Donovan M L 736e 

Dornin Geo D. .inside front cover 

Dougherty W P 748 

Dow Steam Pump Works. . . . 314 

Drew A A & Co 584 

Driscoll C E 

Drury J S 1200 

Dutton & Partridge 3366 

Duncan J H 422 

Dunne D 931 

DyeE 327 

Eagle Brewery 736rn 

Eagle Foundry & Machine Co 931 
Eagle Ho;el, San Luis Obis- 
po, Cal 753 

Eagle Hotel, Stockton, Cal.. 813 

Easton T W Mrs 655 

Edwards D F & Co 558 

Edwards T M 219 

Ehmann Chris 1201 

Eitel E F Mrs 828 

Eklund John P 26S 

ElCapitan Hotel, Merced 1202 

Elfendahl E 391 

Eliason O L 930 

Enterprise Planing Mill. . . . 733 

Eppinger Louis 1064 

Esler AM 96 

Eureka Livery Stable, Los 

Angeles 546 

Eureka & Palisade R R 879 

Evans Henry 28 

Excelsior Windmill, .margin & 66 
Exchange Hotel, Woodland, 

Cal 859 

Expi ess. The Weekl v 854 

Fallon Hotel, The, Columbia, 

Cal 42 

FaPon James G 42' 

Farmer's Hotel, San Jose . . 7362 
Farrington, Hyatt & Co. . . 
Faylor William A 613 



Felker Wm 655 

Feld J & Co back cover 

Fenton H W 392 

Fifth Street House, Sacra- 
mento, Cal 705 

Fireman's Fund 

front c ver and 160 

First National Bank, Fresno, 

Cal 462 

First National Bank, Helena, 

Mont 9C9 

First National Bank, Reno, 

Nev 887 

First National Bank of Stock- 
ten 800c 

Fischbeck & Glootz 1 

Fisher L P 53 

Folkers J H A & Bros,170,343,354 

Fonda & Co 63 

Foote Frank 930 

Forbes & I'laisted 279 

Ford George O 552 

Foreman H A Mrs 1200 

Forest House, Plymouth, Cal 655 

FoibesGeoW 827 

Fountain Hotel, Turlock, Cal 829 

Foy Samuel C 540 

FoxR D 736i 

Frank Henrv 192, 193 

Frank H W & Co 4 

Franklin A 127 

Fraser Martin 818 

Frederick J 754 

Freeman Clara M 810 

Free Press 877 

Freiermuth Geo A 113 

French Hotel, Reno, Nev ... 889 
French Hotel, San Luis 

Obispo, Cal 754 

Freud & Sons 165 

Fiiedhofer Paul & Sons 217 

Frver D F 641 

Fuller & Day 541 

Fuller J E 829 

GalgianiVincent 800d 

Galigher J E 304 

Gait Gazette 464 

Ganvard A B 459 

GardnerLF 1058 

Gardn-r Robert C 1021 

Garrecht J J Mrs 

Garrett T 

Geantit A 266 

Georgetown Gazette 466 

Germain Joseph 899 

German Land and Cattle Co. 5" 
German Savings and Loan 

Society .... 21 

Getehell & Salcido 711 

Gianettoni M 452 

Giant Powder Co .. .margin line 

Gibbens H L 33-' 

Gibbs A 275 

Gillespie C V 328 

Oilman B 879 

Gilman House, Portland, Orgl064 
Girvin J W & Co .... .. 119, 236 

Gladding, MeBean & Co . . . 

.... 370, 974, 976, 1086, 1126 

Gladding, MeBean & Co 6S 

Globe Coffee and Spice Mills 543 

Globe Iron Works Co 25 

Gordan The Tailor .336b 

Golden Eagle Hotel, Sac... 1201 
Golden Gate Novelty and 

Manufacturing Co 289 

Go'den Shore Museum 1205 

Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works 26 

Goldsworthy John . . 541 

Goodman George 100 

Gordan Bros 343 



Gouette Howard E & Co 46 

Graf Bros 212 

Gram Thysen 32 

Grand Central Hotel, Hel- 
ena, Mont 967 

Grand Central Hotel, Los 

Angeles, Cal 552 

Grand Hotel, Santa Rosa, Cal 784 
Grangers' Cooperative Bus- 
iness Association 508 

Graphic (The) 60B 

Grave B& Co 148 

Gray & Davis 600 

Glass Works 

Greeninger & Young 736j 

Green E K 800ft 

Greensfelder & Co front cover 

Green Mrs 278 

Greenbaum L 296 

Greenleaf J L 340 

Griffin John W 541 

Grimmins John 542 

Grover MM 410 

Grover & Co 776g 

Gunn D 729 

Gunn W A & Co 8006 

GuntherJ B 957 

Gutenberger Wm 699 

H C Shaw Plow Works . . opp 816 

Haas Chas T 1064 

Haak & Remmers 310 

Hadley WE 727 

Hairan Chas A 736d 

Hai^ht Robert & Co 46 

Hamelin A Mme 165 

Hallis & Hays 310 

Hamilton N Mrs 812" 

Hampton & Kelley 800ft 

Hanna & Wren 542 

Hanniman F& J 551 

Hansen M & A 305 

Harris House 776c 

Harrison , Wolff & Sherwood . 

Hartley & Cornwall 800e 

Harvey House, Plymouth, Cal 655 

Harvey W C Mrs 655 

Haskell C C margin line 

Haskell CL 53 

Hat Box (The) 278 

Hauptli J 212 

Hawley Brothers 94 

Heilman Charles 1058 

Heimburg E W Mrs & Co. . . . 223 

Helena Business College .967 

Henderson J B . 718 

Henderson P 800 

Henrv L M & Co 267 

Herz Richard 888 

Herzog L 194 

Hibernia Savings and Loan 

Society 19 

Higgins .1 M 29 

Higgins T J & Son 726 

Hihn FA 777 

Hill Robt R 96a 

Hinehcliffe C W 868 

Hinton & Howard 731 

Hobbs, Wall & Co margin line 

HoeferJP&Co 754 

Hofburg Brewery 61 

Hohman C S 776/ 

Holbrooke House, Grass Val- 
ley 49 

Hoi is& Havs 310 

Holmes C H 702 

Honey T Mrs 260 

Hoops L W 642 

Hopkins Academy 635 

Horton House, S.>n Diego.Cal 727 

Hoskin&Co 567 

Hot<l Rhein, San Francisco 31 



Index to Advertisements. 



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Hotel Del Monte, Monterey, 

Cal 40 

HouehinWH 392 

HoweWO 672 

Hughes & Braly 828 

Hughes EC 310 

Hulbert H W .... 466 

Humboldt House, Elko, Nev. 877 

Hutchins J P & Co 764 

Independent (The) 769 

Ingersoll George S 49 

Ingersoll George S 1446 

Ingham T S 62 

International Hotel, San 



Francisco 

lone Valley Echo 49o 

Ireland D C & Co 1021 

Italian Musical Institute of 

San Francisco 285 

Iverness House, Reno, Nev. 889 

Jackson T W & Co 148, 330 

Jacoby Franz & Co back cover 

James M Miss 45 

Tanowski J A 850 

lefferies P E & I W 164 

Jefferson Hotel, San Jose. .. 776/ 
Jelly Samuel, margin line and 695 

Jesse & Drew 337 

Jessen Conrad 845 

Jewell A M & Co 369 

Jobe L A .1011 

Johnson RJ 267 

Jones FL 543 

Jones H L 144a 

Jones Gilbert E 864 

Jones Tilden 850 

Joshua Hendy Machine Works 33 

Kaiser D 875 

Karns Bros 716 

Karski G 346 

Eatzenstein E Mrs 1203 

Katz Fred 138, 267 

Keane Bros... .front cover, 177 

Reiser & McGlashan 825 

Keller Alexander 1205 

Keller Frank 1059 

Kellogg & Holder 494 

Kelly Bros 165 

Kelly J M Mrs 1200 

Kenna R E Rev .771 

Kerr David 63 

Kerr William S 606 

Kestler Martin 1199 

Key City House, Albina . . 1202 

Kieran A . 753 

Kineaid Harrison R 1005 

Kindborg & Anderson 736i 

Kingwell Jos F 5 

KingM 305 

King's Art Gallery 305 

Klein F 

Klemm Charles 193 

Kline Fred 888 

Kline J 

Klune & Floberg 674 

Knack John 31 

Koehler & Phillips 233 

KockClaus&Co 51 

Kohler & Chase . 304 

Kolster F , . . 

Kratzmer August 394 

Krogh F W&Co 1206 

Kuhl M 31 

KunerA 329 

Kysor & Morgan 543 

La Cronica 539 

Lafayette Hotel, Winne- 

mucca, Nev 

La Grave Clovis T 490 

Lake County House, Middle- 
ton, Cal 575 

Lake House, Reno, Nev. .. . 887 



Lang Joseph 877 

Langland N P 337 

Larson A J 5"7 

Laurillard H 736fr 

Lavin D D & Co 1059 

Lawton W D & Co 331 

Lazier D 736'r 

Leek J J 812 

LeetesWmM 888 

Lee John & Co 56 

Lemoine E 583 

Leonard P H 128 

Levy Simon 543 

Lenzen Theo 736p 



219 Lenzen Jacob & Son , 



Lichtenberger L 544 

Li eber Louis 1204 

LiudemannCH 233 

Linforth James 119, 141, 

181, 191, 230, 263, 335, 339, 364 

LintottChas 268 

Lion Fire Insurance Co (The) 

inside front cover 
Livellara L 544 



Mechanics' Exchange Hotel, 

Sarramento, Cal 703 

Mechanics' House, Stockton, 

Cal 812 

Medical Department Univer- 
sity of California 55 

Meister A 1199 

Melius James J 545 

Men carini D 47 

Merced Fxpress (weekly) 573 

Mercer Walter J 591 

Meussdorffer K 215,264 

Mil er Bros 1061 

Miller Louis 285 

Miller L, Jr opp 368 

Mills James E 700 

Mills & Jones 304a 

Minneapolis Lodging House. 800e 

Miron John 812 

Mish S Mrs 278 

Mission Marble Works 

Mitchell B C Mrs 726 

Mitchell & Compton 474 

Mitchler Bros 591 

LockartJD 700J Mitchler Hotel, Murphy's, 

Lodi Cyclone 507 Cal 591 

Logan F L 1065 JMontag & Cleave 1062 

London Tea Company 350 Montague W W 



Longshore & Hughes 812 

Lonkey O 892 

Lorquin E F back cover 

Loryea Brothers 736/ 

Lorquin E F 45 

Los Angeles Fishing Co 651 

Los Angeles Rubber Stamp Co 544 
Los Angeles Storage, Com- 
mission, and Lumber Co . . 542 

Los Gatos Store 736a 

Loughborough & Newhall . . . 106 
Lowell Manufacturing Co opp 608 

Lowney Jerry & Sons 147 

Luckhardt C A 276 

Luitwieler S W 549 

Lukens E 776/ 

Lundy E A 776/ 

Macondray & Co 1207 

inside back cover 

MacCabe & Co 370 

Macdonald M 100, 164 

Mace R P 558 

Mace's Hotel 558 

Mackay Alex 146 

Mahoney J Mrs 222 

Malone J . . . 
Manner GC 
Mansion House, Stockton . . 800/ 

Mapes AS 657 

Marincovich & Ruconioh 1059 

Marsicano P & Co 2726 

Marttll John 

Martin Mrs 142 

Marwedel C F 272a 

Matthay H H & Co 

Mautz Henry 1060 

McAlester & Jones back cover 

McCaw W F 1199 

McClatchy James & Co 

margin line 

McCloskey J 368 

McCreary & Co 1200 

McCollum AM 702 

McCraw Bros' 544 

McElroy J W 755 

McGreer Charles E 575 

McKay Stewart 825 

McKenney L M & Co 1198 

McLean N 845 

McNevin Captain E 5 

McNicoll A J & Co 180 

Meacham & Campbell 464 

Mee Bros 718 



230, 231, 264, 342, 353 

Moore DC 302, 303 

Moran MF 573 

Moreing & Adams 583 

Moretti & Trezzini . . margin and 8 

Morgan Jacob 672 

Morris I 346 

Morse PR H 

Morse P 726 

M orshead Philip 784 

Mosser John J 701 

Mount Diablo Hotel, Con- 
cord, Cal 431 

Mountain Echo 

Mowry Richard D 267 

Moynihan & Aitken 128a 

Muhs A 233 

Muller F F 877 

Muller The Optician margin 

Munro John 221 

Munro's Tavern 221 

Mutual Life Insurance Co of 

New York margin and 21 

Mutual Self-Endowment and 
Benevolent Association of 

America 224a 

Myer A W 160a 

Myer AW 2246, 3526 

Nanscawen & Co 840 

National Bank of D O Mills 

& Co 704 

National Brewing Co 43 

National Hotel, Jackson.. . . 62 

Navigation School 

Needham W C 736* 

Neptune Baths, Santa Cruz 776d 

Neumann S 285 

Neumiller J 147 

Nevada Central Railroad 

Nevada Herald 600 

Nevada Metallurgical Works 

of San Francisco 276 

NevinCW&Co 47 

NevisM S 1205 

New American Hotel, 

Truckee, Cal 824 

New Atlantic Hotel, S F 51 

New Calaveras Cave 591 

New England Furniture 

Manufacturing Co 194 

New England Soap Co 1 

Newhall H M & Co 24 

New Hammam Baths 

New Hotel, Roseville, Cal . . . 672 



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Index to Advertisements. 



Newman John M 606 

New William Tell House, Sac- 
ramento, Cal 702 

New Wisconsin Hotel, S F. . 28 
New York Offee House. 1062 
New York Exchange Hotel, 

San Jo-e 63 

NeW York Photo Gallery .... 9 3S 

New York Refinery Co w 61 

New York Bakery j San Jose. 7366 

Nichols A R 164 

Nichols F P 728 

Nicoll The Tailor . . margin and 347 

Nielsen Bros 701 

Niles 624 

Notsinger Jacob 898 

Norcross & Co 68 

Northern Pacific Railroad . . .1068 
Northwestern Mfg & Car Co. 1061 

Norton E O & Co 1077 

Norton W R 545 

Norvell J A 573 

Noveltv Stove Works 1062 

NveFrankJ 812 

Oakland Agricultural Works 633 
Oakland Daily Evening Kx- 

pretss . . . 60 

Oakland Tribune 736s, 736« 

Oakley AD 1203 

O'Brien Maurice 747 

O'Byrne & Co 734 

O'Byrne MJ 730 

Occidental Hote , Corvallis, 

Org 996 

Ocean Villa 776g 

O'Kane J opp 368 

Olive & Foster 776/ 

Orange Tribune 638 

Orchard and Field Cultivator 845 
Oregon & California RR 1066, 1067 
Oregon Improvement Co. . . 1606 

Oregon State Journal 1005 

Oregon Vidette and Anti-Mo- 
nopolist 1077 

Orient Insurance Co 

inside front cover 

Ormsbv House, Carson City, 

Nev." 875 

Osborn W M 546 

Overton House, Stockton, 

Cal 812 

Pacheco Flour Mills 643 

PacheteauJ 1 

Pacific Asylum 

Pacific Axle Co 25 

Pacific Bank. . 80 

Pacific Business College.. 80 &336 

Pacific Coast Scenery 44 

Pacific CoaBt Steamship Co. . 

Pacific Catholic (The) 50 

Pacific Carriage Co 39 

Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing 

Works 1766 

Pacific Collection Co 161 

Pacific Electric Co margin 

Pacific Hotel, Tulare City, 

Cal 

Pacific Hotel, San Jose 736o 

Pacific Iron Works 736n 

Pacific Machine Screw Works 54 

Pacific Ocean House 776 

Pacific Planing Mill 305 

Pacific Planing Mills, Sac . . .1204 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co 26 

Pacific Saw Manufact'g Co.. 44 

Pacific Transfer Co 776/ 

Pacific Water Cure 697 

Palace Hotel, Reno, Nev 888 

Palmer & Hughes 547 

Palmer AW 545 

Palmer Oscar 730 

Paraffine Paint Co 294 



Palmer & Rey opp 768 

P & B Paint 294 

Pardini & Co 186 

Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning 

Works 179 

Parker J F 778 

Parker J S 1205 

ParmeteF J E 12 4 

Parrott Mai t A 882 

Parry Will H 1019 

Parsons & Co 262 

Pasquale B 319 

Pecuck Amos 159 

Pelham A 836 

Penry Wm M 494 

People's Line to Oregon .... 1064 

Perkins 298 

Perry H H 733 

Peterson L front cover 

Peters Wm J & Co 4 

Pfau Brothers 736m 

Phelps, Foster & Co 145 

Pherson N J 667 

Philadelphia Biewery 48 

Philadelphia House, S F . . . . 31 

Philip Robert 700 

Phillips Madame 45 

Piedmont Hotel 64 

Pierson H H margin 

Pillot G F 736c 

Pioneer Boat House 60 

Pipes ML 996 

Placer A rgus 392 

Placer County Republican.. 62 

Plimpton F S 733 

Plitt JD 64 

Poheirs Joe. .front cover, 275, 347 

Polivka J & Co 1203 

Pool DM 800p 

Pomona Progress 658 

Pope House (The) 776i 

Pope & Den n ing 507 

Porter R W 1029 

Ponland and Vancouver Pal 

ace Stage Line 1058 

Post-office Lodging House . . . 704 

Pottet Henri & Co 187 

Poulson & Co 3206 

Prescott House, S F 30 

Price M 45 

Priest WC. 1202 

Puget Sound Lumber Co.. 3, 462 

Quinn J J 890 

Ransome's Patents 162 

Raphael & Schlessinger 800gt 

Read Edward B 261 

Redding Independent 667 

Red Shoe Store, The 128 

Redstone AE&Co 52 

Redstone John H 52 

Reed & Rinda 

Reed & Torrey 386 

Reed Robert 632 

Reid John 275 

Revere House, Butte City, 

Mont 959 

Richardson Bros 824 

Richards W H 800d 

Riedy C 56 

Riley & Fellows 1061 

Rinaldo Bros 736/ 

Rinebold J J 169 

Rock John 736h 

Robinson John 583 

Rogers, Booth & Co 536 

Rogers E P 755 

Roman A 342 

Ropers Miss 174 

Roaeville Skating Rink 672 

Rossi Henry 800e 

Ross F H 578 

Ross House, Modesto, Cal . . 579 



Roth M 266 

Rowland J S 839 

Rued v & Murbach 705 

Ruegg & Schlegel 122 

Rueser Charles 3526 

Ruffino & Bianchi 265 

Russell &C-< 1060 

Russell J 47 

Russ Lumber and Mill Co. . . 733 

Rust Edwin C 854 

Sacco Lazzaro 562 

Sacramento Bee margin 

Sacramento Transfer Co 700 

S icramento Trunk Factory. .1204 
St Charles Hotel, San Bernar- 
dino 716 

St Charles Restaurant.. . 1158 

St David's House margin 

St George Hotel, San F 224a 

St. Mary's College 6, 7 

St Matthew's Hall 757 

Salisbury & Bigelow 212 

Salmon JS & Co 65 

Samm & Co margin 

Samm's Flouring Mills 634 

Sampling Works 930 

San Bernardino Times 717 

Sanborn A B 494 

Sanders M 547 

Sanders Wm M 828 

San Diego Lumber Co 726 

San Diego Sun 732 

San Diego Union 729 

Sanford Farmer 842 

San Francisco Glass Works 688 
San Francisco Cordage Fac- 
tory 42 

San Francisco Bridge Co 64 
S F & North Pacific R R. .. .58, &9 
San Francisco Novelty Plat- 
ing Co 306 

San Francisco Pioneer Screen 

Works 365 

San Francisco Plating Works 198 
San Francisco Stove Works. . 342 
San Francisco Weekly Chron- 
icle (The) 65 

San Joaquin Brewery 813 

San Joaquin Stables 810 

San Jose Candy Factory 747 

Santa Ana Standard 764 

Santa Clara College 771 

Santa Clara Co.lege opp 768 

Santa Clara Valley Mill and 

Lumber Co 748 

Santa Cruz House 776a 

Saw Co 327 

Scandinavian Exchange Ho- 
tel 736fr 

Schenck W T Y 218 

Schmid Jacob 703 

Schmidt Label and Litho- 
graphic Co 256 

Schiele Chas M 736o 

Schimp D V Mrs ... 260 

Schmeers John 982 

Schroder John G 130 

Schuster Bros 842 

Schwab & Zimmerman 

Schwan Frank 214 

Scott Horace H 279 

Selbv Smelting and Lead Co 4 

Sellman L 812 

Selloli J A 65 

Serres J & Co 371 

SewellD&Co 38 

Sharp B B Capt 2 

Sharp Brothers 67 

ShawH C 816 

Shaw WE 147 

ShjwWE 144a 

Shawl C 330 



Sheplar SH&Co 325 

Sheridan Flouring: Mills 788 

Sheridan T 198 

Shields Aslachsen Robt 327 

Shippers' Guide, Express and 

Postal Directory 1137 

Shrakkart Chas & Son. . ..3 4 
Sibson, Quackenbnsh & Co.. 1053 

Siferd & Hackney 1062 

Simons Peter B & Sons 363 

Simpson & Co 550 

Skinker John 11 

Skinker John 304b 

Slavich John 1064 

Smith CWM 304a, 

SmithJR&Co 37 

Smith & Watson Iron Works, 

The 1062 

Smith & Wilson 800e 

Smyth W H front cover 

Snow MM.. 556 

Somerville R S 562 

South End Pickle Works .... 304 
Southern California Ins Co. .224a 
Southern California Lumber 

Co 731 

Southern California Manufac- 
turing Co of Los Angeles . . 543 
Southern Pacific Co, North- 
ern Division : 41 

Southern Pacific Hotel, Fres- 
no, Cal 459 

South Pacific Coast RR 12, 13 

Southworth & Grattan 813 

Spalding H S 474 

Spargo John 320a 

Spaulding J & Co 145 

Spaulding N W 827 

Specialty Soap Co 46 

Spencer F W & Co 372 

Sperauza Signor D 285 

Sperry Jennie Mrs 704 

Spring Menzo 96a, 8 

SprouleCH 877 

Stamm GT 547 

Stanfield D 736/ 

Standard Iron Bridge Co 60 

Standish & Stark 642 

Stanislaus Hotel, Modesto, Cal 684 

Stanley Emma Mrs 1061 

Starbird & Goldstone. 262 

State Insurance Co, Salem, Orl077 

State Rights Democrat 982 

Steamer Telephone 1060 

Stearns' Manufactuirng Co . . 49 

Steinauer B 702 

Stein Simon & Co 67 

Stengel Louis J 551 

Stevenson House, Los Ang's 548 

Stevenson WW 548 

Stikeman Brothers 776j 

Stites & Nutting 982 

Stockton Bus ness College. . . 

back cover 

Stockton Business College. . 8 
Stockton Combined Harves- 
ter opp 816 

Stockton Iron Works 8006 

Stockton Savings and Loan 

Society 65 

Stockton & San Francisco 

Packet Co 10 

Stockton Wheel Co 800/ 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 

margin line 

Stone Ed 1059 

StowellJohn 800d 

Stvahle Jacob & Co 120 

Suie On & Co 705 

Supplemental Index 96a 

Surr & Winchester 725 

Sutter Street House, San 

Francisco 371 

Swan & Jennison 584 

Swan berg & West, front cover, 291 

Swan's 323 

Swanton House 776A 

Sweeney N 275 

>weeney N ?86!> 

Sweetster & Alsip 

margin line and 674 

Swilling M L Mrs 694 

Sylvar Jackson 776/ 

Taber I W 297 

Tatum & Bowen....i 44 

TebbettsG P 769 

Telephone Dray Express Co. 1205 

The Andrews, S L Obispo 67 

The Auburn Hotel, Auburn, 

Cal 391 

The Butte Miner 958 

Thorpe J M 748 

Thomas F & Co 179 

Thomas & Orahood 548 

Thorson N back cover 

Thors 298 

Thrailkill William Oscar. . . . 302 
Tidings (daily and weekly) . . 474 

Tononi G 548 

Trade Journal 545 

Train & Whitney 981 

Transatlantic Fire Insurance 

Company of Hamburg 25 

Transcript (daily) 600 

Traube H 363 

Trette C H 422 

Trinity School.. inside back cover 
Truckee Hotel, Truckee. ... 825 

Truckee Republican 825 

Truesdell(The)SanFr»ncisco 223 
Truman, Ishani & Hooker.. . 

margin line and 36 

Trumbull R J & Co 329 

TruworthyFM 82 

Tubbs&Co 42 

Tull Frank 392 

Twiggs Belle Mrs 859 

Union Iron Works 551 

United States Dealers Protec- 
tive Association and Mer- 
cantile Agency 272a 

United States Restaurant ... 39 
United States Hotel, Oro- 

ville, Cal 642 

University of the Pacific 736a 

Vanden burgh & Roberts 337 

Van Ness & Agard 813 

Van Winkle I S &Co, margin line 

VatuoneA&Co 736?i 

Vaughan J C 192a 

Vincent Hotel, Corvallis, Or. 995 

Visalia Delta (weekly) 840 

Von Tiedemann E J T 363 

Votaw A E Mrs 1203 

Waas Henry 136 

Wagener Henry 932 



Wagner F C & Co 352a 

Wagner Jos & Co . . 3 

Wahl Christ 704 

Walter J 395 

Walter's Hotel, Bakersfield, 

Cal 395 

Warren's Embossed Glass 

Works 197 

Washington College 492 

Washington Insurance Co 

inside front cover 

Watson vil e House, Watson - 

ville, Cal 845 

Watt R S & Co 549 

Weber F H L 703 

Weber J 122 

Weis Louis 1064 

Welch &Co 27 

Wellington B F 180 

Wells Emeline B 932 

Wells, Fargo & Co 20 

Wentscher A 734 

Western Perfumery Co 296 

West Side 1012 

WetherbeeGeo M 728 

Wetmore Brothers 2726 

Wheatly WT 731 

Wheeler & Burdick 164 

White A 888 

Whii e Henry J 1063 

White Sulphur Springs Hotel, 

Elko, Nev 877 

Whitney Bros 732 

Whitney C E & Co 168 

Whitney & McKay 824 

Wickman Bros 163 

Widber J H 176 

WiechersJohn P 431 

Wieland John 48 

Wigmore John margin 

Wilder & Lowe 364 

Wiley RE 1011 

Wilkins House, Santa Cruz. 776* 
Will & Finck 

118, 119, 120, 167, 335 

Williams, Dimond & Co 11 

Williams Geo 549 

Williams & Hynes 293 

Willis Leo 1076 

Wilshire W B & Co 3206 

Wilson EN 148 

Wilson Warren 732 

Wilson W C 585 

Wilton Frank 296 

Wiseman J E 62 

Witherlv Frank 776j 

Witzel & Baker 273 

Woman's Exponent 932 

Woodward W A & Co 336a 

WoodworthLC. 336 

Worman & Lynch 1024 

Wozencraf t & Cave 718 

Wykes Herie Madame 174 

Yam Hill Reporter 1021 

Yocco J 736n 

Yost&Wirth 813 

Youn^ Samuel E 

Zartman Wm & Co 

Zeigenfuss CO . 958 

Zimbelman & Matt 336 

Zimmerman Max 223 

Zwickel Conrad. 703 



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SAN FRANCISCO- 

The metropolis of the Pacific Slope needs no description from us, abler pens 
than ours having sung her praises. As a commercial center, San Francisco comes 
to the front among the metropoli of the w orld. Situated, as the city is, on the 
Pacific Ocean, we might say, with a harbor unsurpassed by any port in the 
world — open the whole year round — offering shelter and safe anchorage to ships 
of any draught. With a surrounding country, the most fertile and productive, 
and with a system of railroads bringing the produce of the country to the sea board, 
San Francisco invites the nations of the world to draw from the abundance of 
California. 

The energy which characterized the first settlers of San Francisco has been 
handed down unabated to the present generation, and we have to-day a city, the 
commercial importance of which is second to none of her size, and which bids 
fair to become the second in the Union. The gro wth of San Francisco, in many 
ways, has been greater the past year or two than for ten years previous, particu- 
larly in new and handsome buildings, of which a large number have been erected, 
and will remain as monuments marking an era of solid prosperity in the history 
of the city. 

The manufacturing interests of San Fraucisco have made marked progress 
within the past two years, and the prospects are good for a «till greater increase 
in the near future. The wild-cat speculation and two per cent per month days of 
San Francisco are over, and capital is seeking legitimate employment in the en- 
couragement of manufacture, and the furthering of her commercial interests 
generally. ' 

The city possesses every convenience and comfort usually enjoyed by metro- 
politan cities. Her streets are well graded and lighted with gas and the electric 
light, and travel is facilitated by numerous horse and cable railroads, of which 
latter mode of locomotion San Francisco is the pioneer city. 

Her churches, schools, newspapers, libraries, and places of amusement are all 
of the highest order. Her parks are small with one exception. Golden Gate 
Park, a large tract reclaimed from the sand hills at an enormous cost, is four 
miles in length, and possesses a conservatory rich with exotics and rare plants. 
The drives in the park are beautiful beyond description, especially that through 
the park to the far-famed Cliff House and seal rocks. While writing of parks, we 
ought not to omit to mention the Presidio of San Francisco, which, under the 
regime of General Pope, Commander of the Division of the Pacific, now retiring 
from active army life, has become one of the most attractive places of resort in 
the vicinity. 

With her natural advantages and the enterprise and energy of her sons, San 
Francisco has a bright future before her. 



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ACCOUNTANTS. 

Sanders F E, 223 O'Farrell 

Van Bokkelen W A M, 419 

California, rm 26 

ADVERTISING AGENTS 

Shearer Geo D & Co (Geo D Shearer and 
James Murphy) 121 Market 

AGRICULTURAL IM 
PLEMENTS 
Frank Brothers, 319 Market 

AMUSEMENTS. 
Harbor View Park, R Herman 

proprietor, cor Baker and Jefferson 

ARCHITECTS 

Hansen D, 411 Kearny, rm 2 

Hendricksen B E, 218 Post 
Newsom Samuel & Jos- 
eph C, 504 Kearny cor California 

ARTISTS- 

Baxter F C, 432 Sutter 

Cooper Astley D M, 344 

Turk 
Nahl H W, 318 Kearny 
Shaw S W, 308 Phelan Building 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS 

Amos Currier, 103 Stockton 
Herrman Cohen, 19 Dupont 
Hill Robert R, 608 Market 
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California Society for the Suppression 
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DonderS C.IPC Trade Develop- 
ment Association, 506 Battery 

DOOley E T, superintendent Boys' 
and Girls' Aid Society, 68 Clementina 

Equity Benefit Associa- 
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and Market 

Italo-Pacific Coast Trade 
Development Asso c i a- 

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Pacific Tanners' Associa- 
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and Townsend 

San Francisco Medical Society, DrWE 
Taylor pres, W W Kerr sec, 32 
O'Farrell 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Animals, Nathaniel Hunter sec, 
604 Merchant 

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty 
to Children, Nathaniel Hunter sec, 
604 Merchant 

ATTORNEYS AT LAW- 

Benjamin P L, 528 California, rm 11 
Blake M C, 204 Montgomery 
Chadbourne J, 528 California 

Chickering W H, 206 Sansome 

Cousins William G, 534^ California 

Durst J H 

Fairweather J A 

Carber, Thornton & 

Bishop, 327 Pine 

Hutchinson & McCutchen, 419 Cali- 
fornia 

Jahn A, 606 Clay 

Kelly C E, 216 Sansome 

MOOre ChaS H, 22 Nevada Block 

MOWry Lyman I, 637 Kearny, 
rm 12 

Myers Edward, 509 Montgomery 

Nygh, Fairweather & 

Durst (W A Nygh, J A Fair- 
weather and J H Durst) 216 Sansome 

Nygh W A 

Olney, Chickering fit 

Thomas, 206 Sansome 

Olney Warren, 206 Sansome 

Packard A, 523 Kearny 
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MANUFACTURER OF 

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12 First Premiums at the Mechanics' Institute Fairs, S. F. 

ARTIFICIAL CORK LIMBS, 

Braces for Spinal Curvature and all other Deformities, Abdominal, 
Womb and Medicated Pile Supporters, which never fail to effect a cure. 
Shoulder Braces, Breast Pads, etc. OFFICE, SHIEL'S BUILDING, 
32 O'Farrell Street, up stairs, Rooms 4 and 5, San Francisco, Cal. 

HOURS, 9 A. M. to 9 p. m. RESIDENCE, 424 O'Farrell Street. 



Rearden F H, 636 Clay 

Redding Joseph D, 302 

Montgomery 
Regensburger S H, 609 Sacramento 
Rhodes A B, 16 Montgomery ave 
RothSChild J, 509 Montgomery, 

rm 4 
SmOOt D L 509 Kearny 
Thomas William, 206 Sansome 
Udell Alva, 411 ^ California 
Van Ness & Roche (T C Van Ness and 

John J Roche) 206 Sansome 
Wirt N S, 519 Montgomery 

AUCTIONEERS- 

Brodek, Seelig & Co, 319 and 321 Pine 

NewhaM's Sons & Co 225 

and 227 Bush 

AXLE COMPANIES 

Pacific Axle CO (J T Crossan 
and William Hendry) 213 Mission 

BAKERIES- 

Axmann Leopold, 221 Fourth 

Feyhl John, New Odd Fellows' Building 



Goddard Gulford, 914 Valencia 
Hellwig Fred, SE cor Dupont and Mor- 
ton 
Page & Falch, NW cor Turk and Market 
Raisch Wm C, 142 Eleventh 
Volz A & Bros, 28 Fourth 

BAKING POWDERS 
Cotrel Thomas Jr, 405 Front 

Lievre, Fricke & Co (Isidore Lievre and 

Chas and Geo C Fricke) 707 and J09 

Sansome 
Washington Manufacturing Co (Alfred 

Adelsdorfer and Manfred Branden- 

stein) 406 and 408 Clay 

BANKS 

Comptoir D'Escompte de Paris, F Coch- 

inard agt 
Farmers and Mechanics', 313 California 
La Societe Francaise D'Epargnes efc de 

Prevoyance Mutuelle, L C Bebin pres, 

A Brand sec, 534 California 

London and San Fran- 
cisco- Arthur Scrivener manager, 
422 California 




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OFFICE AND ADDRESS, 

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ACCOUNTANTS. 

Bunker F R, Montgomery Block 

Carter Jehn T, 108 Leidesdorff 

Chaplin James, 1 California, rm 10 

Cobden Thos S, 721 Market 

De Clairmont R, 320 Sansome 

Lutgen Chas F, 308 California 

Page T W, room 53, Montgomery Block 

Pope John F, 310 Pine, rm 18 

Reimer Julius, 507 Montgomery 

Scott Patrick M, 420 California 

Stafford R, 620 Merchant 

Tompkins M M, 436 California 

Van Bokkelen W A M, 419 California 

Van Brunt R N, 318 Pine, rm 6 

Watson C H, 302 Montgomery 



ADJUSTERS- INSUR- 
ANCE. 

Chalmers W L, 322 California 
Cohen Jacob, 229 Kearny, rm 6 
Farnsworth E P, 306 Sansome 
Gibbs CVS, 318 California 
Hunter S C, 315 California 
Nichols S K, 410 California 
Staples J W, 217 Sansome 

ADVERTISING AGENTS. 

Brown Daniel, 402 Montgomery 
Dake Edward C, Merchants' Exchange 
Dunphy T N & Co (T N Dunphy) 506 
Commercial 

Farrell Samuel B, 502 Wash- 
ington 

Fisher L P, 21 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
Kellogg G H, 330 Pine, rm 58 



Macsorley A & Co (A Mac- 

sorley) also distributers of advertis- 
ing matter, 81 Stevenson 

Martel J L, 636 Clay, rm 6 

Miller Don F, 9 Post 

Palmer & Rey, 405 and 407 San- 
some 

Robertson J D, 529 Clay 

Sengstack H, 320 Sansome, rm 10 

The Brooke Printing, Sign and Adver- 
tising Co (Chas Brooke Jr, and Geo 
C Brooke) 717 Market 

Wade George W, 606 Mont- 
gomery 



ADVERTISING CARDS. 

Roberts John W & Co (John W Roberts) 
10 Post 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- 
MENTS. 
Baker & Hamilton, NW cor 

Pine and Davis 

Batchelor & Wylie, 37 Market 
Berry & Place Machine Co, 

8 California 
Bolander L Ph, manufacturer 

band and circular saw machines, 

agricultural jobbing a specialty, 118 

Mission 
Bull Arthur W, 123 California 
Case J I, A W Bull agt, 123 California 
Frank Brothers (F A and G P Frank) 

319 and 321 Market 
Gloster & Davis Implement Co, 14 First 

Hawley Bros Hardware Co 

309 Market 
Hawley D N & O A, 501 Market 
Jackson Byron, 625-631 Sixth 
Judson Manufacturing Co, 8 Pine 
Mast P P & CO, 31 Market 

McCormick Harvesting 

Machine, Tiruman, Isham & 
Hooker agents, 421-427 Market 
Oliver Chilled Plow Works, A Listen- 
berger mgr, 37 Market 



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Osborn D M & Co, 33 Market 
RanSOme Ernest L, 402 Mont- 
gomery 
Rice Harvey W, 52-60 Bluxome 

San Leandro Manufactur- 
ing Co. Truman, Isham & Hooker 
agents, factory 411 Mission 

Single Shovel Plow Manufacturing Co, 
A J Robinson mgr, 256 Market 

Truman, Isham & Hooker 

(Irwin J Truman, Alfred B Isham 
and C Osgood Hooker) 421-427 Mar- 
ket 

Union Manufacturing and 
M ach i ne Co, 1 1(5 Main 

Wickson G G, 3S California 



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ALE AND PORTER. 

Burnell & Turner, 519 Sacramento 
Jackson T W & Co, 304 California 
Klein JaCOb, agent London ale 

and porter and Westminster sauce, 

218 and 220 Davis 

Stimke D & Seidemann, 

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Klein John M & Co, 

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AMUSEMENT, PLACES of. 
Alcazar Theater, n* O'Farreii 

Baldwin Theater, Al Hayman mgr, 932 

Market 
Battle of Waterloo (panorama) Albert 

Pissis mgr, SW cor Eddy and Mason 
Bay District Race Course, cor Twenty - 

sixth and Lobos ave 
Bay View Race Course, cor Seventh ave 

and Fulton 
Bella Union Theater, 805 Kearny 
Bootz Park, Adam Bootz propr, Mission 

Street Road bet Six and Seven-Mile 

House 
Bottle Koenig'sTheater, FKoenig propr, 

217 Montgomery ave 
Bottle Meiers Theater, 513 Pacific 
Bush Street Theater, M B Leavitt 

lessee and propr, 321 Bush 



California Theater, n s Bush bet Kearny 

and Dupont 
Central Park, D R McNeill supt, SE 

cor Eighth and Market 
Chinese Theater (new) 623 Jackson 
Cliff House, Geo E Sheldon propr, 

terminus Point Lobos ave 
Colosseum Theater, Stumer & Wickstrom 

(Henry Stumer and Chas Wickstrom) 

proprs, 901 Kearny 
Cosmopolitan Gardens, Mission Street 

road bet Ocean House road and 

Onondaga ave 
Eureka Theater, John Herber propr, 

527 Kearny 
Fountain Theater, Geo Schmitt propr, 

SE cor Kearny and Sutter 
Grand Opera House, John A Stevens 

director and C Macgeachy mgr, Mis- 
sion nr Third 
Grand Theater (Chinese) 814 and 816 

Washington 

Hallinan's Cremorne 

Theater, John Hallinan propri- 
etor, Edward Homan manager, 771 
Market 

Harbor View Park, Rudolph Herman 
propr, NW cor Baker and Jefferson 

Music Hall, W C Erben propr, termi- 
nus Park and Ocean Beach R R ■». 

North Star Music Hall, c J 

Chsestensen proprietor, 1005 Kearny 
Ocean Beach Pavilion, Nick Hochguer- 

tel propr, termiaus Haight Street aud 

Ocean Beach R R 
Olympic Theater, M M Baker propr, 

105 Dupont 
Palace Variety Theater, T F A Ober- 

meyer propr, 120 Dupont 
Recreation Grounds, cor Folsom and 

Twenty-fifth 
Seaside Gardens, P H Hink propr, e s 

Baker bet Beach and Jefferson 
Standard Theater, Cornelius & McBride 

proprs, 320 Bush 
Telegraph Hill Observatory, Telegraph 

Hill R R Co mgrs, Summit Tel Hill 
Theater Comique, Pacheco & Crane 

(John Pacheco and Peter Crane) 

proprs, NW cor Pine and Kearny 
Tivoli Garden, Kreling Bros (Joseph 

and William Kreling) proprs, 28-32 

Eddy 
Vienna Gardens, Aug Siegriest propr, 

cor Stockton and Sutter 
Wigwam Concert Gardens, Walter & 

Co proprs, SE cor Stockton and 

Geary 
Woodward's Gardens, w s Mission bet 

Thirteenth and Fourteenth 



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ANTIMONY. 

Anglo-American Antimony Association, 
Thomas Mathison and George Chaffey 
proprs, Berry bet Fourth and Fifth 

ARCHITECTS. 

Aston Geo P, 410 Kearny, rm 32 
Babson Seth, 318 Pine, rm 37 
Barry William McGill, 318 Pine 
Bayless W H, 106 Leidesdorff 
Bennett A A, Merchants' Exchange 
Bestor Henry T, 207 O'Farrell 

Bbdwell H H & Son, 211 Mission 

Bordwell (Jeo A, 318 Pine, rm 36 

Cappelletti G V, 6 Eddy 

Clark J J, 408 California 

Cleaveland H W, 6 Eddy 

Clinch Bryan J, 629 Kearny 

Copeland Wm G, 126 Kearny 

Curlett & Cuthbeitson (Wm Curlett and 

Walter Cuthbcrtson) 806 Market 
Curtis John M, 528 California 
Daley R H, 218 Post 
Day Clinton, 310 Pine, rms 20 and 22 
Depierre Emil, 334 Kearny 
Devlin Charles J I, 330 Pine 
Eisen & Peirce (Theodore A Eisen and 

C V Peirce) 234 Montgomery 
Gash John, 33 Merchants' Exchange 
Gaynor John P, 309 California 
Geddes Charles, 528 California 
Geilfuss Henry, 33 Kearny 
Hatherton Edward A, 6 Eddy 
Havens Chas I, 121 Post 
Hawkins James J E, 402 Montgomery 
Henriksen B E, 218 Post 
Hillert F, 620 Washington 
Hoagland Wm C, 432 Montgomery 
Hoffmann & Knapp (V Hoffmann and 

J A Knapp) Montgomery Block 
Huerne & Everett (Prosper Huerne and 

Oliver Everett) 126 Kearny 
Kenitzer & Rami (C W Kenitzer and 

E T Raun) 601 California 
Kidd John T, 531 California, rm 9 
Laver Augustus, 327 Pine, rm 19 
Littlefield J H, 126 Kearny 
Lutgens A C, 331 Montgomery, rm 16 
Macy Henry C, 208 Kearny 
Marquis John, 39 Sutter 
McDougall B & Son (B and Charles C) 

330 Pine, rms 61, 62 
Miller George H, 324 Pine, rm 9 
Mitchell Harold D, 126 Kearny 
Moore Wm P, 217 Sansome 
Mooser William, 334 Kearny 
Newsom J J & T D, 36 Merchants' Ex 
Newsom S & J C, 504 Kearny 
Patton William, 411i California 
Pelton John C Jr, ll'OJ Sutter 
Percy & Hamilton (Geo W Percy and 

F F Hamilton) 318 Pine, rm 36 



Pissis Albert, 217 Sansome 

Portois P, 519 Montgomery 

Praun W, 218 Post 

RanSOme Ernest L, 402 Mont- 
gomery 

Salfleld & John (D Salheldand 
Emil John) 216 Kearny, rms 4, 5, 6 

Sanborn Clarence, also 

builder, and solicitor of patents, 6 
Eddy 

Schetzel Marx P, St Ann's 

Building, 6 Eddy 
Schmidt P R, 103 Post 
Schrof William, 217 Sansome 
Schropfer A, 6 Turk 
Smith William F, 318 Pine, rm 22 
Snyder A A, NE cor California and 

Sansome 
Swain Edward R, 6 Eddy 
Voelkel Geo E, 331 Kearny 
Wagoner Luther, 318 Pine, rm 38 
Welsh Thomas J, 302 Montgomery 

Wolfe James E, 240 Montgom- 

er}", rms 11-13 
Wright & Sanders (John Wright and 
G H S Sanders) 418 California 



ARTESIAN WELL BOR- 
ERS. 
Prag Martin, 125 Clay 
Wilder & Lowe (J w Wilder 

and J W Lowe) 140 Fifth 

ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. 

Cailleau & Manescau (A Cailleau and V 
Manescau) 856 Mission and 922 Mar- 
ket 
De Garay T L Mrs, 644 Filbert 
CoehHng Adolph, 913 Mission 
Spencer J C, 1024 Market 
Zibelin E Mme, 941 Folsom 



ARTIFICIAL LIMBS. 

Beeman William, 32 O'Farrell 
Malone James, 3i 6 Fifth 

Spring MenzO, 9 Geary 



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California Artificial Stone 

Paving CO, E Judson president, 
Albert H Reichling secretary, Geo 
Goodman manager, 404 Moatgomery 

Cranolithic Paving Co 422 

Montgomery 
Macdonald M> artificial stone 
side-walks, concrete, etc, 19 Montgom- 
ery (see adv) 

Ransome Ernest L patentee 

and manufacturer of artificial stone 
and concrete, 402 Montgomery 



M. MACDONALD, 

Office Hours from 12 to 1 P. M. 
No. 19 Montgomery St., San Francisco. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

Artificial Stone, 

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ARTISTS. 

Alexander Henry, 31 Post 
Art Association and School of Design, 
430 Pine 

Brown J E Mrs, 120 Sutter, 

room 78 
Burgess Geo H, 126 Kearny 
Bush Norton, 31 Post 
Cadenasso G, 33 Kearny 
Campion S M Mrs, 216 Bush 
Cobden Thomas S, 721 Market 
Cook A O Mrs, 126 Kearny 

Danielwitz Carlotta E- 6 

Eddy 

Davis J S, 112 Stockton 
, DeLorme H Mrs, 806 Market 

Denny G J, 40S California 

DepierreEmil, 334 Kearny 
; Donovan J P, 126 Kearny 

Dozier E N Mme art school, 

1517 Market 



Eastman Emily R Mrs, 11 Kearny 

Eisenschimel Carl, 6 Eddy 

Field T, 9 Post 

Fish F A Mrs, 8 Montgomery ave 

Fitch H A, 1021 Polk 

Frassi A, 729 Montgomery 

Gould O Mrs, 616 Post 

Gray W V, 320 O'Farrell 

Hamilton Charles A, S06 Market 

Hill Thomas, 31 Post 

Holt M J, 806 Market 

Hopps Nellie Miss, 728 Montgomery 

H U nt P J, manager Polk Street Art 

Depjt, 1530 Polk 
Irving M K, 1819 Polk 
Jenks Albert, 806 Market 
Keith Wm, 417 Montgomery 
Kendrick Humphrey B, 305 Kearny 
Kipps Alfred, S06 Market 
Koch J, 339 Kearny 
Levy Samuel, 1005 Post 
Monaco J B, 7 Montgomery ave 
MoorM H, 1217 Polk 
Mooser William, 334 Kearny 

Moretti & Trezzini (fresco) 

806 Market 

Morton Albert, soe Market 

Nahl A, 318 Kearny 
Narjot Ernest, 1500 Taylor 
Noonan J & Co, 931 Mission 
Orvis H F Mrs, 11 Kearnv 
Otto Ernest A, 6 Eddy 
Oviatt M Miss, 131 Post 

Penniman Ellen A Miss 

(portrait and landscape) also teacher 

of all branches, 6 Eddy 
Peters Chas R, 408 California 
Rockwell Elizabeth A, 806 Market 
Rode Emil, room SS, Montgomery Block 
Rogers Anna E Mrs, 120 Sutter 

ROUSe Charles S, ideal artist, 

6 Eddy 
San Francisco Art Association, J R 

Martin asst sec, 430 Pine 
Shaw Albert C, 806 Market 
Shaw Stephen W, 806 Market 
Smith L Miss, 729 Montgomery, rm 4 
Snow & Co (Frank C Snow) 12 Post 
Stanton John A, 408 California 
Straus M, 14 Dupont 
Tojetti D, 223 Leavenworth 
Tucker H S P Mrs, 228 Post 
Williams Virgil, pres Art School, 209 

Geary 
Wood A M, 6 Eddy 



ARTISTS' MATERIALS. 

BaSS T J & CO, 14 and 16 Ellis 
Hueter Bros" & Co, SW cor Second and 
Market / 

Hunt E J, 1530 Polk 



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Morris & Kennedy (W Morris and J F 
Kennedy) 19 and 21 Post 

Noonan J & Co, 931 Mission 

Perry S A & Co (S A Perry) 624 Mar- 
ket 

Snow & Co (Frank C Snow) 12 Post 

ASBESTOS. 

McDearmOtl Wm, manager 
Pacific Branch Salamander Felting 
Co, 402 Montgomery 

Ml ei*rell I L, asbestos roofing and 
paints and materials, soapstone, mas- 
tic roofing, and paints, 316 Townsend 

Salamander Felting Co 

(Pacific Branch) Wm McDearmon 
manager, 402 Montgomery 

ASPHALTUM WORKERS. 

Bonnet B & Co, cor Montgomery ave 

and Jackson 
Duncan Geo & Co (Geo Duncan) 652 

Market 
Fiske H G, 827 Market 
Larkin & Flaherty (Thomas Larkin and 

Richard Flaherty) 35 Post 
Merrell I L. 316 Townsend 
Miller Henry W, proprietor New 

England Combination Roofing Co, 15 

Jessie 

Neuval Francis N, Pacific As 

phaltum Works, 420 and 422 Jackson 

New England Combina- 
tion Roofing CO, Henry W 
Miller proprietor, 15 Jessie 

Pacific Asphaltum Co, f n 

Neuval proprietor, 420 and 422 Jack- 
son 
Perine N P, 28 New Montgomery 
Scheerer Jos & Co, 1628-1634 Market 
Schottler H, 1730 Market 
Walton Nelson C, 219 Mission 
Western Cement and Asphalt Co, office 

333 Montgomery 
Whittier James E, 410 Townsend 
Wilson W H, 113 Jessie 

ASSAYERS. 

Falkenau & Reese (L Falkenau and H 
W Reese) 328 Montgomery, rm 16 

Hanks Henry G, state assayer, 212 Sut- 
ter 

Irelan William Jr, Merchants' Ex 

Johnston Wm D, also chemical 
laboratory, 113 Leulesdorff 

KuStel & CO (H Kustel) 318 Pine 
(basement) 

Luckhardt C A & CO, 23 Ste- 
venson 

Price Thomas, 524 Sacramento 

Reichling F, 404 Montgomery 



Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co> 416 Montgomery 
Strong & Co (G W» and W L Strong) 

10 Stevenson • y * 
Walker Wm H, Montgomery Block 
Wenzell W T & Co, 1" Drumm 



ASSAYERS MATERIALS 

Allen JamesC, also agent Joseph 

Dixon Crucible Co, 106 Davi? V. 
Caire Justinian, 521 Market 

Luckhardt C A & Co,23$te- 

venson 

Taylor John & Co (John and H 

R Taylor) 112-118 Pine 



ASSOCIATIONS AND SO 
CIETIES. 

Ancient Order United Workmen, H G 
Pratt Grand Recorder, 6 Eddy 

Associated Veterans of Mexican War, 
514 Bryant 

Austrian Benevolent Society, 71 New 
Montgomery 

Blacksmiths' Protective Union, 71 New 
Montgomery 

Board Of Trade, James B Stet- 
son president, Jules Cerf first vice- 
president, Moses Greenebaum second 
vice-president, Moses Heller treasurer, 
Henry L Smith secretary, James H 
Shankland attorney, 202 Market 

Bohemian Club, J B Crockett sec, 430 
Pine 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Soci- 
ety, E T Dooley superintendent, 68 
Clementina (will remove to cor Baker 
and Grove) 

British Benevolent Society of Califor- 
nia, J P McCurrie sec, 531 California 

Builders' Association, 330 Pine, rm 11 

Canadian Association, Adam Gilliland 
sec, 121 Eddy 

Catholic Mutual Beneficial Association, 
Wm F Watson sec, 806 Market 

Cercle Francais, E Dubedat pres, 105 
Stockton 

Eddy & Leavitt (rebate alliance) 
45 Phelan Building 

Eintracht Athletic Club, Philo Jacoby 
pres, Frank Menzer sec, H Schubert 
treas, 316 Post 

Eintracht Eund, 316 Post 

Eureka Benevolent Society, Leo Eloes- 
ser sec, 414 Clay 

Gambrinus Benevolent Society, John 
Hakler pres, 510 Bush 

German General Benevo- 
lent Society, Eugene Romer 
general agent, 535 California 



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German Ladies' Relief Society, Verein 

Eintracht Hall, 3Fti'Posfc 
Golden Gate Boat C\ai>, Long Bridge 

Grand Lodge"! OOF, W B 

Lyon secretary, SW cor Seventh and 
Market 

Immigration Association 

Of California, Arthur R Bnggs 
president, Paul Oeker European agent 
and assistant secretary, 10 California 

Improved Order of Red 

•Men, 320 Post 
Independent Order of Odd 

FellOWS, SW cor Seventh and 

■ Market 

ftalian Bersaglieri Mutual Benevolent 
Society, E C Palmieri sec, 625 Broad- 
way 

Jewelers' Mutual Aid Association, 417 
Kearny 

Knights of Honor, Win H Barnes Grand 
Dictator, C H M Curry Grand Pie- 
porter, G Eddy 

Lumbermen's Protective Association, 
71 New Montgomery 

Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion of California, object to 

develop and extend manufacturing 
interests, W T Garratt president, 
Geo C Hickox secretary, office 43 
Merchants' Exchange 
Masons' and Builders' Association, 314 
Montgomery 

Mercantile Law Associa- 
tion, 320 Sansome 

Milkmen's Mutual Aid Protective Asso- 
ciation, Geo C Smart pres, A T Noble 
sec, 35 Eddy 

Miners' Association of California, L L 
Robinson pres, W A Skidmore sec, 
320 Sansome 

Mutual Self-Endowment 
and Benevolent Associa- 
tion of America, Pacific Coast 
Department, Samuel G Hilborn presi- 
dent, W H Ward secretary, 305 
Kearny 

National Home and Loan Association, 
N Schlesinger sec, 516 Market 

Native Sons of the Golden West, 320 
Post 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association, 
office Phelan Building 

Odd Fellows' LibraryAsso- 

ciation, George A Carnes libra- 
rian, SW cor Seventh and Market 

Olympic Club, Alcazar Building, 116 
O'Farrell 

Order of Chosen Friend?, 6 Eddy 

Pacific Club (the) NE cor Post and 
Dupont 

Pacific Coast Seaman's Union, 217 
Broadway 



Pacific Coast Jersey Cattle Club, John 
W Coleman pres, Robert Beck sec 
and treas, 327 Pine 

Portuguese Protective and Benevolent 
Society, 510 Bush 

Retailers' Protective Un- 
ion, y A Bonstia general manager, 
T P Noble superintendent, 432 Mont- 
gomery 

Riggers' Protective Union, 

71 New Montgomery 

San Francisco Mutual Loan Association, 
A Sbarboro sec, 529 Washington 

Scandinavian Society, 71 New Mont- 
gomery 

Ship Joiners' Association, 71 New Mont- 
gomery 

Shipwrights' Association, 71 New Mont- 
gomery 

Steainshipmen's Protective Association, 
W B Fisher agt, 104 Market 

Swiss Sharp Shooter's Benevolent So- 
ciety, 808 Pacific 

Union Club, 50S California 

United Californians, 417 Kearny 

United Friends of the Pacific, J Mere- 
dith Davies Grand Councilor, Abbie 
E Wood Grand Sec, 6 Eddy 

United Order of Honor, E B Cutler seg, 
331 Montgomery, rms 26 and 27 

Verein Eintracht, 316 Post 

West Oakland Mutual Loan Associa- 
tion. A Sbarboro sec, 526 Merchant 

Young Men's Christian Association, G 
W Gibbs pres, H J McCoy gen sec, 
232 Sutter 

Young Men's Hebrew Association, 
Feintuch Morris pres, Max Goldman 
sec, 211 Sutter 



ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 

Abbott John E, 314 Montgomery 

Abraham & Schlesinger (Isidore Abra-, 
ham and Bert Schlesinger) 410 Mont- 
gomery 

Aekerman C L, 426 California 

Adams Amos C, 806 Market 

Adams John Q, 604 Clay 

Aiken W H, 509 Kearny 
Allen J M, 426 California 
Allen W H, 637 Kearny 
Allen W W, 230 Montgomery 
Allman Alphonso, 636 Clay, rm 17 
Alter C E, 655 Washington 
Ames Fisher, 607 Kearny 
Ames Pelham W, 320 Sansome 
Anderson N D, 438 California 
Andros Milton, 224 Sansome 
Applegate J H, 729 Montgomery, rm 2 
Ash Robert, 601 California 
Ashby E W, 502 Montgomery 
Ashe R P, 418*California 



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Babb Milton E, 330 Pine, rm 44 

Baggett W T, 522 California 

Bahrs George H, 220 Sansome 

Baker S, 306 Pine, rm 10 

Ball A E, 39 Merchants' Exchange 

Barber Win, 320 Sansome 

Barbour Clitus, 8 Montgomery ave 

Barham, Halsted & Bolton (J A Bar- 
ham, J L Halsted and A E Bolton) 
215 Sansome 

Barnes W H L, 426 California 

Barrows & Dare (W H Barrows and J 
T Dare) Phelan Building, 806- Market 

Barry Thomas F, 217 Sansome 

Barstow A, 430 California 

Bartlett C, 12 Montgomery 

Barton W C, 523 Montgomery 

Bates G E, 407 California 

Bates J C, 434 California 

Baum & Gradwohl (M C Baum and 
Maurice Gradwohl) 401 California 

Belcher W C, 520 Montgomery 

Belknap D P, 604 Merchant 

Bell Francis V, 426 California 

Bell John P, 652 Market 

Benjamin A F, 419 Kearney 

Bennett, Wigginton & Creed (N Ben- 
nett, P D Wigginton and W H 
Creed) 330 Pine, rms 24-27 

Bergin Michael, 432 Montgomery 

Bergin T I, 38 and 39 Nevada Block 

Berlin F A, 420 Montgomery 

Birdsall S T, 402 Montgomery 

Bishop D L, 120 Sutter 

Bishop T B, 327 Pine 

BiShop & Watt (W W Bishop 
and James Alva Watt) 306 Pine, 
rms 7 and 8 

Black Alfred P, 211 Sansome 

Blake & Blake (M C and M B) 204 
Montgomery 

Blakeman T Z, 420 Montgomery 

Blanding G, 324 Pine 

Blanding William, 324 Pine, rm 7 

Blaney E W, 526 Montgomery 

Blood J H, 304 Montgomery 

Boa It John H, 438 California 

Bodtish Wm H, Montgomery Block 

Boland James I, 604 Merchant 

Bolton A E, 215 Sansome 

Bouestell C K, 73 and 74 Nevada Block 

Boone J L, 320 California 

Booth A G, 328 Montgomery 

Booth Wm F, 252 Market 

Borden Rhodes, 230 Montgom- 
ery, rms 14 and 15 

Borden Sheldon, 324 Pine, rms 15-21 

Bos worth Wm, 432 Montgomery 

Bowie Henry P, 302 Montgomery 

Boyce Isaac G, 606 Montgomery, rm 7 

Boyd J T, 324 Pine 

Bradley Henry W Jr, 604 Clay 

Bradley T, 420 Montgomery 



Brandon F D, 528 California 
Brandon Joseph R, 604 Merchant 
Brandt I B L, 306 Pine, rm 5 
Brewer J H, 430 California 
Brittan N J, 109 California 
Brosius E S, 520 Montgomery 
Brumagim J W, 34 Nevada Block 
Bryant Charles W, 306 Pine, rm 11 
Buckley Geo D, Montgomery Block 
Buhlert Julius, 605 Clay 
Bulkeley L E, 603 Washington 
Bull Franklin P, 234 Montgom- 
ery, rms 5, 6, 7 
Burch J C, 318 Pine 
Burke W G, 402 Montgomery 
Burnett Isaac, 314 Montgomery 
Burnett J M (Sawyer & Burnett) 420 

California 
Burnett & Bartlett (W C Burnett and 

Columbus Bartlett) 12 Montgomery 
Burns M, 622 Clay and 625 Merchant 

Byrne JasK, 3io Pine 

Cabaniss Geo H, 606 Montgomery 
Campbell Alex Jr, 636 Clay 
Campbell Alexander Sr, 530 California 
Campbell D Y, 530 California 
Campbell E L, 230 Montgomery 

Campbell Ceo D, 230 Mont 

gomery, rms 18 and 19 
Campbell Henry C, 530 California 
Campbell <fc Sanderson (Colin Campbell 

and A A Sanderson) 530 California 
Campion B W, 426 California 
Carey, Sullivan & Sullivan (James C 

Carey, D T Sullivan and J D Sullivan) 

rms 7-10 Montgomery Block 
Carson James G, 314 Kearny 
Carson John B, 344 Kearny 
Gary James C, Montgomery Block 

Castelhun & Firebaugh (F 

J Castelhun and H C Firebaugh) 528 
California 
Cavagnaro Joseph F, 522 Montgomery 

Cavendish Henry M, 526 

Kearny 
Chapman & Slack (Wm H Chapman and 

Chas W Slack) 320 California 
Cheney Warren, 310 Pine, rm 32 
Chetwood J Jr, 224 Montgomery 

Chickering & Thomas (W 

H Chickering and William Thomas) 
214 Sansome 
Chretien John M, 230 Mont- 
gomery, rm 20 
Clark Jos, 502 Montgomery 
Clark L S, 224 Montgomery 
Clark Samuel J, Montgomery Block 
Clark Samuel J Jr, 506 Battery 
Clarke Alfred, Old City Hall 
Clement H N, 420 Montgomery 
Clement R P, 420 Montgomery 

Clunie & Knight (Thos J ciunie 

and George A Knight) 401 California 



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Coffey John J, 619 Montgomery 
Coffey Joseph F, 636 Clay, rm 32 
Cohen A A, 320 California 
Cohen Alfred H, 320 California 
Cole Cornelius, 506 Battery 
Colo Edward P, 806 Market 
Cole Willoufthby, 506 Battery 
Collins George D, 522 Montgomery 
Collins John A, 526 Kearny 
Cdton A 0, office old City Hall 
Comte A Jr, 534i California 
Conlan C T, 629 Montgomery 
Coogan T C, 310 Pine, rms 36 and 38 

COOk Carroll, 67 and 6S Nevada 

Block 
COOk Wm Hoff, 67 and 68 Nevada 

Block 
Cooney Michael, 405 Kearny 
Cope & Boyd (W W Cope and James T 

Boyd) 324 Pine, rms 11-14 

Cormac TEK, 3is Pine 

Cotton Aylett ft, 230 Montgomery 
Cowdery & McCutchen (J F Cowdery 

and E J McCutchen) 302 California 
Craig A, 609 Sacramento 
Craig & Meredith (William Craig and 

J H Meredith) 328 Montgomery 
Creed W H, 330 Pine 
Creighton Charles, 606 Montgomery 

Crittenden James L, 240 

Montgomery, rms 9 and 10 
Crockett Kobert, 319 California 
CrOWleV T J, Phelan Building, 806 

Market 
Cummins A H, 507 Montgomery 
Curran Thomas E, 331 Montgomery 
Cutler E B, 330 Pine, rms 53 and 54 
Dahms Edward J, Montgomery Block 

Daingerfleld W R, also coun- 

cilor-at-law, 234 Montgomery 
D'Ancona A D, 402 Montgomery 
Daney Eugene, 26 Montgomery 
Dare J T, Old City Hall 

Darwin Charles B, 636 Clay, 

rms 17-20 
Davis Henry H, 420 California 
Days J M, 526 Kearny 
Deering F P» New City Hall 
Deering Jas H Jr, 523 Montgomery 

Deering & Barton (F P Deer 

ing and W T Barton) 523 Montgom- 
ery 
De Las Casas J B, 637 Kearny 
Del Mar Eugene. 806 Market 
Delmas D M, 327 Pine, rms 6 and 7 
Desbeck John, Montgomery Block 
Deuprey Eugene N, 214 Sansome 
Devine A E, 606 Montgomery, 

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Dibble H C, 61 U S Appraiser's Build- 



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Dickinson John H, 401 



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Dolan John M, Montgomery Block 
Dorn & Dora (M A and D S) 601 

California 
Douthitt D William, 318 Pine, rm 39 
Doyle, Galpin & Scripture (John T 

Doyle, P G Galpin and H D Script- 
ure) 432 Montgomery 
Drown A N, 621 Clay 
Dudley Edward T, 641 Merchant 
Dunand & Hornblower (Louis F Du- \ 

nand and F A Hornblower) 331 j 

Montgomery, rms 12 and 13 
Dunne Peter F, 420 California 
Dunne & Davidson (P F Dunne and W 

W Davidson) 420 California 
Dunne & Morbio (J I Dunne and P A 

Morbio) 715 Clay 
Dupy O G, 315 California 
Durst J H, 216 Sansome 
Dwinelle S H, 526 Montgomery 
Dwyer John J, 220 Sansome 
Dwyer J P, 310 Pine, rms 14 and 16 

Edp'erton Henry 

Eels Charles P, 316 California 
Eickhoff Henry, 309 California 
Eisner Milton S, 323 California 
Englander L, 647 Merchant 
Eno Frank, 528 California 
Estee M M, 419 California 

Estee & Wilson (M M Estee and 
Ramon E Wilson) 419 California, 
rms 18-20 and 27 
Evans Oliver P, 230 Montgomery 
Eyre Manuel, 220 Sansome 
Fair weather J A, 216 Sansome 
Fassett J F, 230 Montgomery, rm 23 
Ferral Robert, 526 Montgomery 
Ferral Walter, 641 Merchant 
Ferral & Stevens (Walter Ferral and 

W F Stevens) 641 Merchant 
Fifield Wm H, 230 Montgomery 
Filkins George E, 330 Pine 
Finlayson F G, 220 Sansome 
Finley T E, 427 Montgomery 
Firebaugh H C. 528 California 
Fitton Walter H, 306 Pine, rm 10 

Fitz Maurice Wm M rm 6 

Montgomery Block 
Fleming J T, 426 California, rm 4 
Flint William C, 216 Sansome 
Flood Noah F, 504 Kearny 
Flournoy George, 401 California 

Flournoy George Jr, 401 Cali- 
fornia 

Flournoy John, 230 Montgomery 
Flournoy & MhOOn (George 

Flournoy and John B Mhoon) 401 

California 
Foote W W, 310 Pine, rms 36 and 38 
FOX & KellOgg (Charles N Fox 

and M B Kellogg) 530 California 
Frank George W, 323 California 
Frank Nathan H, 224 Sansome 



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Frank & Eisner (Geo w Frank 

and Milton S Eisner) 323 California 
Freeman A C, 407 California 

Freeman, Bates & Rankin 

(A C Freeman, George E Bates and 
George A Rankin) 409 California 

French Frank J, 528 California 

French W L, S06 Market 

Friedenreich D, 426 California 

Furlong N, 402 Montgomery 

Gallagher A E, 318 Pine, rm 7 

Gallagher Walter, 636 Clay 

Galpin P G, 422 Montgomery 

Garber Eugene R, 327 Pine 

Garber John, 327 Pine 

Garber, Thornton & Bishop (John Gar- 
ber, Harry I Thornton and Thomas 
B Bishop) 327 Pine 

Gartlan James, 331 Montgomery 

Gear H L, 310 Pine 

Gibson W F, 230 Montgomery 

Gibson & Flournoy (Wm f Gib 

son and Jno Flournoy) 230 Montgomery 
Gilbert Wm, 534^ California 
Gillespie C V, 402 Montgomery 
Gillin George B, 214 Sansome 
CatC net! J M, register in bank- 
ruptcy, 636 Clay 
Goad William F, 606 Montgomery 
Goff C P» 606 Montgomery 
Goldner Alfred C, 309 California 
Goodfellow W S, 230 Montgomery 
Gordon G W, 320 Sansome, rm 19 
Gordon Geo F, SW cor Montgomery 

and Commercial 
Gordon & Young (Geo F Gordon and 
Edward B Young) SW cor Mont- 
gomery and Commercial 
Gorham Geo C Jr, 53 Nevada Block 
Gorham Sherwood F, 324 Pine 
Gough H Dorsey, 603 Washington 
Gradwohl Maurice, 401 California 
Graef Carl T, 623 Commercial 
Grant William, 520 Montgomery 
Graves Walker C, 606 Montgomery 
Gray Frank J, 526 Montgomery 
Cray & Haven (Giles H Gray and 

James M Haven) 530 California 
Greany John T, 318 Pine, rm 34 
Green E F, 328 California 
Grey C V, 406 Merchant 
Gunnison A J, 328 Montgomery 

Gunnison & Booth (Andrew J Gunnison 
and Andrew G Booth) 328 Montgom- 
ery, rooms 9 and 10 

Gurnee Clinton, 306 Pine, rm 4 

Haft E E, 806 Market 

Haggin James B, 49aud51 Ne- 
vada Block 

Haggin Louis T, Nevada Block 

Haight George W, 207 Sansome 

Hall H E, 623 Commercial 

Hall John C, 16 Nevada Block 

Halstt d J L, 215 Sansome 



Hall & Rodgers (John C Hall 
and Arthur Rodgers) 1, 16 and 27 
Nevada Block 
Hanlon Chas F, 806 Market 
Hardin CHE, 331 Montgomery 
Harding J W, 704 Montgomery 
Harding R T, 316 California 
Hardy Lowell J, 26 Montgomery 

HarkneSS M M, «l| California 
Harmon John B, 402 Montgomery 
Harpham George E, 414 California 
Harrison Edward C, 204 Montgomery 
HarriSOn R C» 230 Montgomery 
Harrison Robert, 401 California 
Hart Wm H H, 230 Montgomery, 

rooms 23 and 24 
Hartog Edward, 636 Clay 
Hasbach Henry," 606 Merchant 
Haskell D H, c<>r Fourth andTownsend 
Hassett M C, 806 Market 
Hastings EOF, 310 Pine, rm 41 
Hastings R B, 418 California 
Hatch Charles E, 507 Montgomery 
Haven James M, 530 California 
Hawes Horace, 330 Pine 
Hayes CeO R B (Stanly, Stoney 

& Hayes) 604 Clay 
Haymond Creed, cor 4th and Townsend 
Hebbard J C B, 309 California, rm 19 
Heinlen G A, 306 Pine, rm 9 
Henderson J H, 306 Pine, rm 13 
Henry Samuel H, 623 Montgomery 
Hent R W, 605 Clay 
Herrin W E, 310 Pine 

Herrmann JaS, 409 California 
Hetzel Selden, 426 California, rm 9 
Heydenfeldt Sol, 34 Nevada Block 
Heydenfeldt Sol Jr, 34 Nevada Block 
Heynemann A, 310 Pine 
Heynemann & Gear (A Heynemann and 

H L Gear) 310 Pine, rms 26, 29, 31 
Hlghton Henry E, 528 California 
Hdborn S G, 59 U S Appraisers' Building 
Hittell T H, Montgomery Block 

Hobbs Walter S, 502 Mont 

gomery 
Hoburg Frank T, 324 Pine, rms 1 1-14 
Hoeffer Geo F, 27 Geary 
Hoefler L M, 327 Pine 
Hoffman Ogden, Appraisers' Building 
Hoffman Southard, Appraisers' Building 
Hoge C J, 4 Montgomery Block 
Hoge J P, 5 Montgomery Block 
Holcomb W W, 131 Montgomery 
Holden Joseph, 704 Montgomery 
Holladay C R, 519 Montgomery 
Holland Christopher F, 328 Montgomery 
Holland N, 605 Clay 
Holliday Samuel W, 636 Clay 
Holmes Walter G, 606 Montgomery 
Horan M S, 629 Kearny 
Hornblower F A, 331 Montgomery 
Houghton RE, 315 California 



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Houghton S C, 51 J^ Appraisers' Build- 
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Howard C G, 509 Kearny 
Hudson Geo, 87 Montgomery Block 
Humphreys John T, 323 Kearny 
Hunt A B, 306 Pine, rm 9 
Hurlbut Geo M, Brooklyn Hotel 
H USted F M, 006 Montgomery 
Hutchinson Ely 1, 325 Montgomery 
Hutchinson Joseph, 520 Montgomery 
Hutton H W, 606 Montgomery • 

Hyde Frederick A & Mar- 
cus D, 623 Commercial 
Hyde George, 640 Market 
Hyde Henry C, 41 1^ California 
Hyde Marcus 1), 623 Commercial 
Irving H P, rm 82 Montgomery Block 
Jackson Chas H, 426 California 
Jacobs Myer, 315 California 
Jarboe, Harrison & Goodfellow (J R 
Jarboe, R C Harrison and W S Good- 
fellow) 230 Montgomery 
Jarrett I E, 523 Kearny 
Jellett J H, 320 California 
Jennings CM, 318 Pine, room 13 
Jewett Thomas M, 59 Appraisers' Build- 
ing 
Joachim sen H L, 402 Montgomery 
Johnson Rodger, 806 Market 
Jordan William H, 324 Pine, rm 10 
Kellogg M B, 530 California 
KellOgg Sheldon C, 431 Cali- 
fornia 
Kelly Joseph P, 34 Nevada Block 
Kennedy Frank, 523 Kearny 
King C H, room 3 Montgomery Block 
Kirk Joseph, 636 Clay, rm 17 
Kirkpatrick Edward, 609 Sacramento 
Klumpke J G, 43'J Montgomery 
Knapp Edwin G, 420 Montgomery 
Knight George A, 401 California 
Knott W W, 328 Montgomery 
Kowalsky Henry I, 502 Montgomery 
Ladd & Finlayson (P B Ladd and F G 

Finlayson) 220 Sansome 
Lambert Gilman, 320 Sansome 
Lambert John S, 320 Sansome 
I Lambert W R, 841 Market 
Lande Edward, 426 California 
Langhorne & Miller (J P Langhorne and 

J H Miller) 408 California 
Latimer & Morrow (Lorenzo D Latimer 
and William W Morrow) 75 and 77 
Nevada Block 
Lawrence E A & G E, 330 Pine 
L iwler James, Old City Hall 
Le BretOll A J. 217 Sansome, 

rm 14 
Leggett Joseph, 420 California 
LeSSer J M. 327 Pine, rms 9, 10 
Leverson M R, 420 California 
Leviston William & George, 6 Mont- 
gomery ave 
j Levy Walter H, City Hall 

ALL High Explosives 



Lewis & Bonestell (J F Lewis and C K 

Bonestell) 73 and 74 Nevada Block 
Lezinsky George, 327 Pine, rms 6, 7 
Lindenberger Wm E, 12 Montgomery 
Linforth E J, 502 Montgomery 
Lloyd John, 41H California 
LlOyd & Wood (R H Lloyd and 

W S Wood) 9-13 Nevada Block 
Loewenthal & Suter (Max Loewenthal 

and Daniel Suter) 419 California 
Loewy William, 310 Pine, rm32 
Louderback Davis, 607 Kearny 

Loughborough Alex H 

(Loughborough & .Newhall) 507 Mont- 
gomery 

Loughborough & Newhall 

(Alex H Loughborough and W Mayo 
Newhall) 507 Montgomery 



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LOUGHBOROUGH 8 NEWHALL, 

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507 Montgomery St. , San Francisco, Cal. 



Love John L, 116 Leidesdorff 
Low Arthur F, 530 California 
Low C A, rm 23 Montgomery Block 
Low«nberg Harris, 318 Pine, rm 27 
LOWenthal H H, 411J California 
Lynch Edward, 324 Pine, rm 4 
Lyons Timothy J, 636 Clay, rm 5 
MacCrath M J, 504 Kearny 
Maguire James G, 74 Montgomery Block 
Mann Seth, 420 California 
Marshall E C, 121 Post 
Marshall F W, 121 Post 

Martindale Law Associa- 
tion, A Provo Kluit manager, 320 
Sansome 

Mastick, Belcher & Mas- 
tick (E B Mastick, W C Belcher 
and J W Mastick) 520 Montgomery, 
over Sather & Go's Bank 
Mastick E B, 5 - 20 Montgomery 
Mastick Geo H, 520 Montgomery 
Mastick J W, 520 Montgomery 
Matthews Hiram W, 316 California 
Matthews W, 23 Kearny 
Matthews Wm, 120 Sutter 
Maxwell Geo H, 60 Nevada Block 
McAllister Hall, 38 Nevada Block 
McAllister & Bergin (Hall McAllister 

and T I Bergin) 38 Nevada Block 
McCann M, 214 Sansome, rm 29 
McCeney Julius C, 419 California 
McClellan R Guy, 331 Montgomery 
McClure David, 526 Montgomery 
McClure & Dwinelle (David McClure 
and Samuel H Dwindle) 526 Mont- 
gomery * 

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McCrea George P, 704 Montgomery 
McCrea Henry, 215 Sansome 
McCutcheon E J, 302 California 
McElhinny P H, 715 Clay 
McElrath J E, 230 Montgomery 
McEntee Thos M, 534£ California 
McGauhy John F, 120 Sutter, rm 54 
McGraw E W, 318 California 
McJunkin H K, 402 Montgomery 
McKee S B, 121 Post 
McKee Samuel B Jr, 327 Pine 
McKinne B, 420 Montgomery 
McKinstry E W, 121 Post 
McKoon Hosmer P, 328 Montgomery 
McKoon & Towle (Hosmer P McKuon 
and Geo W Towle) 328 Montgomery 
McNally Frank H, Nevada Block 
McPherson Alex, 41 Kearny, rm 34 
McPike H C, 310 Pine 
Mee James, 508 Montgomery 
Mee Joseph, 508 Montgomery 
Meeks W, 509 Montgomery 
Meldon O F, 329 Kearny 
Meredith J H, 328 Montgomery 
Merrill Annis, 59 Nevada Block 
Merzbach F C, 426 California 
Mesick R S, 00 Nevada Block 
Merrill George B, 315 California 

Mesick & Maxwell (R S Mes 

ick and George H Maxwell) 60 and 

61 Nevada Block 
Meux J P, 240 Montgomery 
Meyer Martin S, 330 Pine 
Mhoon J B, 401 California 
Miller J H, 408 Montgomery 
Mills W H, 307 Montgomery 
Mitchell R B, 606 Kearny 

Mitchell & Ricketts (R B 

Mitchell and A H Ricketts) 606 

Kearny 
Mogan P J, 9 Bost and 608 Market 
Mone J J, 13 Nevada Block 
Moore Chaa H, Nevada Block 
Moore Elliott J, Montgomery Block 
Moore Joseph H, Montgomery Block 
Morbio P A, 715 Clay 
Morgan Ben, 330 Pine, rm 9 
Morgan H M, 214 Sansome 
Morgenthal Anthony,' 103 Montgomery 
Morrison A F, 402 Montgomery 
Morrison R F, 121 Post 

Morrow William W, rm 76 

Nevada Block 
Mosebach F C, 331 Montgomery 
Moses Montague T, 310 Pine, rm 45 
Mott Wm H, Montgomery Block 
Mowry Lyman I, 637 Kearny 
Mulford H S, 330 Pine, rm 42 
Mullany Mich, 520 Montgomery 
Mulville N B, 533 Kearny 
Murphy P G, 214 Sansome 
Myers Edward, 331 Montgomery 
Myrick M H, 121 Post 
Nagle James L, 511 Montgomery 



Nagle P B, 511 Montgomery 
Napthaly B F, 655 Washington 
Napthaly Joseph, 426 California 
Nagle & Nagle, 511 Montgomery 
Napthaly, Freidenrich & Ackerman 
(Joseph Napthaly, D Freidenrich and 
Chas L Ackerman) 426 California 
Neale Vincent, 328 Montgomery 
Needles A P, 534^ California 
Neumann Paul, 309 California 
Newhall H C, 504 Kearny 
Newhall W M, 507 California 
Newlands F G, 426 California 
Newlands & Allen (F G Newlands and 

J M Allen) 426 California 
Newman B B, 729 Montgomery, rm 3 
Newmark N, 315 California 
Nichols Dorson, 623 California 
Nicholson W A S, 623 Montgomery 
Nolen M J, 519 Montgomery 

Nougues Charles E, 4ii| 

California 

Nougues Joseph M, 4iu 

California, rms 13-15 
Nowlin T W, 230 Montgomery 
Noyes B, 224 Montgomery 
Noyes & Chetwood (B Noyes and J 

Chetwood Jr) 224 Montgomery 
Nygh W A, 216 Sansome 
Nygh, Fairweather & Durst (W A 

Nygh, J A Fairweather and J H 

Durst) 216 iSansome 
O'Brien M L G, 432 Montgomery 
O'Brien T V, 402 Montgomery 

O'Brien & Morrison (Thos v 

O'Biien and A F Morrison) 402 Mont- 
gomery 

O'Connell D A, Montgomery Block 

O'Donoghue M F, 318 Pine, rm 7 

Olney Warren, 310 Pine 

Olney & Byrne (Warren Olney 
and James K Byrne) 310 Pine, rms 
35, 37, 39, 41 

Osborne G W Jr, 40 Nevada Block 

Osment T M, 310 Pine, rm 28 

Otis Frank, 520 Montgomery 

Page Chas, 316 California 

Page James D Jr, 315 California 

Page & Eells (Chas Page and Chas P 
Eells) 316 California 

Parker C H, Montgomery Block 

Pay son W H, 619 Kearny 

Peck James F, 402 Montgomery 

Perkins James C, 427 Montgomery 

Perry George H, 621 Clay 

Perry Henry, 230 Montgomery, 
rm 16 

Phelan J P, 327 Pine 

Philbrook Horace W, 530 California 

Phillips J B, 636 Clay, rm 22 

Pierson Wm M, 609 Sacramento 

Pillsbury E S, 324 Pine 

Pillsbury & Blanding (E S Pillsbury 
and Gordon Blanding) 324 Pine 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, S. F. Price per night, 50 
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Piatt H G, 402 Montgomery 

Pllinkett WlTI A, 530 California 

Pomeroy Carter P, 211 Sansome 

Poole John P, 426 California 

Powell H A, 207 Sansome 

Pratt L E, 330 Pine, rms 49 and 50 

Preston E F, 310 Pine 

Preston & McPike (E F Preston and 

H C McPike) 310 Pine 
Pringle Edward J, 522 Montgomery 
i Proctor George A, Nevada Block . 
Queen ChaS L, 434 California 

Quint Leander, 603 Washington 

Rankin Ceo A, 407 California 

Ratten bury W H, 224 Mont 

gomery 
Rawlins Ben T, 310 Pine 
Raymond Albert, Nevada Block 
Reade William, 216 Sansome 
Redding Joseph D, 302 Montgomery 
Reddy Patrick, 330 Pine 
Regensburger I) H, 408 California 
Reid Henry H, 636 Clay 
Reinstein J B, 217 Sansome 
Rhodes A L, 430 California 
Rhodes & BarstOW (A L Rhodes 

and Alfred Barstow) 430 California 
Richardson E F, 420 Montgomery 
Rieketts A L, 606 Kearny 
Riordan T D, 6 Montgomery ave 
RJX Alfred, 606 Montgomery , 
Rixford E H, 528 California 
Roberts John H, 414 California 
RobinSOn C P, 310 Pine, rm 42 
Robinson Crittenden, 339 Kearny 
Robinson J A, 509 Montgomery 
Robison James L, 32^ Geary 
Roche John J, 420 California 
Rockwell A L, 420 Montgomery 
Rodgers Arthur, 1, 16 and 27 Nevada 

Block 
Rogers Daniel, 604 Merchant 
Rogers Robert C, 607 Montgomery 
Rogers S L, rm 35 Montgomery Block 
IJi'senbaum S, 302 Montgomery 
Rosenbaum & Scheeline (S Rosenbaum 

and S C Scheeline) 302 Montgomery 
Rosenthal Joseph, 420 Montgomery 
Rosenthal Marcus, 318 Pine, rm 7 
Ross E M, 121 Post 
Rothchild J M, 315 California 
ROthSChild Joseph, 604Clay 
Royal VVm, 318 California 
Royce C E, 507 Montgomery 
Royce & Cummins (C E Royce and A H 

Cummins) 507 Montgomery 
Salomon Edward S, 331 Montgomery 
Sanderson A A, 530 California 
Sargent A A, 2)6 Sansome 
Sargent A A & Stone (A A Sargent and 

F M Stone) 216 Sansome 
Savage L E, rms 75-77 Nevada Block 
Sawyer Alonzo, Appraisers' Building 
Sawyer E D, 420 California 



Sawyer L S B, Appraisers' Building 
Sawyer & Burnett (E L> Sawyer and 

John M Burnett) 420 California 
Sayers William F, 214 Sansome 
Scheeline S C, 302 Montgomery 
Schlessinger Bert, 410 Montgomery 
Scripture H D, 422 Montgomery 
Scrivner J J, 320 California 

Scrivner & Boone (J J Scriv- 
ner and J L Boone) 320 California 
Searle A C, 502 Montgomery 
Sears Henry, 306 Pine, rms 1 and 2 
SeatOn D M, 417 Kearny 
Seawell James M, 509 Kearny 
Seligman M, 511 Montgomery 
Severance J G, 331 Montgomery 
Severance & Travers (J G Severance and 

Chas E Travers) 331 Montgomery 
Shackleford T J, 310 Pine, room 40 

Shadburne Ceo D, 429 Mont 

gomery 
Shafter Jas McM, Montgomery Block 
Sharp Louis H, 215 Sansome 
Sharp Wm B, 407 California 
Sharp William H , 407 California 
Sharpstein J R, 121 Post 
Sharpstein W C, 31 Nevada Block 
Shaw A D, 530 California 

Shortridge Samuel M 234 

Montgomery, rms 5, 6 and 7 
Shuck O T, 509 Kearny 
ShurtleffC A, 419 California, rm 27 
Sieberst H G, 20 and 21 Nevada Block 
Simmons James E, 207 Sansome 
Sinclair S F, 432 Montgomery 
Slack C W, 320 California 
Smith C W M, 224 Sansome 
Smith G Frank, 502 Montgomery 
Smith Holland, 307 Montgomery 
Smith James F, 806 Market 
Smith K M, 432 Montgomery 
Smith Sidney V, 224 Sansome 
Smith Wm O, 401 California, rm 2 
Smoot D L, 509 Kearny 
Smyth J H, 623 Montgomery - 
Southard J B, Old City Hall 
Spiller Frank F, 622 Clay 
Spinetti J A, 629 Kearny 
Spinetti M L, 629 Kearny 
SplivalO A D, rm 72 Montgom- 
ery Block 
Stafford H J, 224 Montgomery 
Stafford Wm F, 224 Montgomery 
Stanly J A, 604 Clay 

Stanly, Stoney & Hayes 

(John A Stanly, Thomas P Stoney 
and G eo R B Hayes) 604 Clay 

Stetson E G, 315 California 

Stetson & Houghton (Edward G Stet- 
son and R E Houghton) 315 California 

Stevens W F, 641 Merchant 

Stewart W M, 310 Pine 

Stieglitz John, 729 Montgomery, rm 3 



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Stewart & Herrin (William M 

Stewart and William F Herrin) 310 
Pine, rms 23-25 
Stone F M, 216 Sansome 
Stonehill E B, 619 Kearny 
Stoney T P, 604 Clay 
Stonehill & Payson (E B Stonehill and 

W H Payson) 619 Kearny 
Stow W W, 408 California 
Stranahan F E, 6 Montgomery ave 
Stratton Frederick S, Nevada Block 
Straus Gaston, 320 California 
Stretch R H, 420 Montgomery 
Stuart J as F, 606 Montgomery 
Stuart Wm A, 606 Montgomery 
Sullivan Daniel, 806 Market 
Sullivan Daniel T, Montgomery Block 
Sullivan Frank J, 806 Market 
Sullivan J D, rm 7 Montgomery Block 
Sullivan Matt I, 331 Montgom- 
ery, rms 6 and 7 
Suter Daniel, 419 California 
Sutherland F E. 323 Kearny 
Swain R M, 636 Clay 
Swift Charles J, 306 Pine, rms 12, 13 
Swortfiguer E F, 606 Montgomery 
Talcott Harvey D, 319 California 
Tauszky Edmund, 216 Sansome 
Taylor E R, 207 Sansome 
Taylor James M, 410 Montgomery 
Taylor R H, 609 Sacramento 
Taylor & Craig (R H Taylor and 

A Craig) 609 Sacramento 
Taylor'& Haight (Edward R Taylor and 

George W Haight) 207 Sansome 
Teare Philip, M jntgomery Block 
Thomas Wm, 214 Sansome 
Thompson A W, 401 California 
Thompson Henry, 522 Montgomery 
Thompson L E, 401 California 
Thompson R, Montgomery Block 
Thome Isaac, 330 Pine, rm 43 
Thornton H I, 320 Pine 
Thornton J D, 121 Post 
Thornton & Merzbach (Crittenden 
Thornton and F H Merzbach) 426 
California 
Tiernan P J, Montgomery Block 
Tilden H J, 806 Market 
Tilden & Tilden (Harmon J and Charles 

L) 806 Market 
TirtlOt W M, 217 Sansome, rm 7 
Titus Daniel, 306 Pine, rms 1 and 2 
Tobin & Tobin (Richard and Robert) 

8 Montgomery 
Tompkins Fred W, 320 California 
Toohy D J, Old City Hall 

Touchard Albert, 604 Clay 

Touchard Gustave Jr, 507 Montgomery 
Travers C E, 331 Montgomery 
Troutt James M, Old City Hall 
TrUSSeaU P C, 533 Kearny 
Turn Suden Otto, 519 Montgomery 
Tuska Wal J, 302 Montgomery 



Tyler & Tyler (Ceo W and W B) 

318 Pine, rms 23-25 
Van Duzer A P, Montgomery Block 

Van Dyke William M, 3io 

Pine, rm 32 
Van Loben SelS P J, 530 Cal- 
ifornia 
Van Ness T C, 339 Kearny 
Van Reynegom F W, 26 Montgomery 
Van Schaick L H, 606 Montgomery 
Verdenal J M, 318 Pine, rm 39 
Vincent Geo T, 230 Montgomery 
Voorhees James. 405 Kearny 

Wade William P, 230 Mont 

gomery 
Wagner Theo, 417 Kearny 
Wagner Wm S, 405 Kearny 
WaitZ A ( and collection office) 606 

Clay 
Wakeman E H, 211 Sansome 
Wall John A, 522 Montgomery 
Wall & Collins (John A Wall and 

George D Collins) 522 Montgomery 
Wallace & Hastings (R B Wallace and 

R P Hastings) 418 California 
Ward J W Jr, 204 Montgomery, rm 12 
Waterman F H, Montgomery Block 
WatSOn W W, 606 Montgomery 
Watt James Alva, 306 Pine 

Waymire James A, 402 Mont- 
gomery 

Webb H Watson, 647 Merchant 
Week W, 509 Montgomery 
Wells George R, 17 Nevada Block 
Wells William S, 207 Sansome 
Wendel J F, 806 Market 
Wentworth Geo A, 606 Montgomery 
Whaley John D, 432 Montgomery 
Wheaton Milton A, 414 California 
W T heeler Alfred, 511 California 
Wheeler E D, 328 Montgomery, rm 
Wheeler Harold, 621 Clay 
Wheeler James, 604 Merchant 
Whitcomb Frank R, 330 Pine 
White Martin, 37 Montgomery Block 
Whittemore D H, 318 Pine 
Whitworth J M, 120 Sutter 
Wiggin Marcus P, 207 Sansome 
Wiggin Samuel B, 216 Sansome 
Wiggins Wm H Jr, 530 Cali- 
fornia 
Wigginton P D, 330 Pine 
Wilbur Clinton, 806 Market 
Wilcox John L, 407 California 
Wilkins John H B, 224 Montgomery 
Williams George N, 309 California 
Wilson Chas E, 420 California 
Wilson Edgar M, 207 Sansome 
Wilson J N E, office Old City Hall 
Wilson R E, 419 California 
Wilson Sam M, 202 Sansome 
WilSOn & WilSOn (Samuel M, 
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Wilson T K, Old City Hall 
Winans Joseph VV Jr, 604 Merchant 
VVinans & Belknap (Joseph VV Winans 

and David P Belknap) 604 Merchant 
Wirt N S, 519 Montgomery 
Wittram Chas, 224 Montgomery 
Wood Joseph M, 704 Montgomery 
Wood W S, 9-13 N. vada Block 
Worley A E T, 116 Leidesdorff 
Wright R Percy, 310 Pine, rm 12 
Wright Selden *S & George T, 71 and 72 

Nevada Block 
Wright John A, 318 Pine 

Wright & Cormac (John A 

Wright and T E K Cormac) 318 Pine, 
rms31, 32 and 33 

York W M, 120 Sutter 

York & Whitworth (W M York and 
J M Whitworth) 120 Sutter 

Young E B, cor Montgomery and Com- 
mercial 

Zeigler Wilbur G, 432 Montgomery 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Astbury John, 104 Ninth 

Bendit Samuel, 538 California 

Benjamin Elias, 809 Market 

Bovee, Toy & CO, 19 Montgomery 

Butterfield William, 32 and 34 Eddy 

Davis, Haber & Co (Geo H Davis and 
H I Haber) 115 Battery 

DaviS R D W & CO, also com- 
mission merchants, 21 1 Pine 

Dore Maurice & Co, 410 Pine 

Gray Geo N & Co (Geo N Gray) 747 
Mission 

Green R I, 631 Mission 

Creenebaum & Co (J and s 

Greenebaum and J B Lather) 115 and 

117 Bush 
Hirschfeld J N, 333 and 510 Kearny 
Jonas, Nathan & Co, 323 Kearny 
Jones S L & Co (E D and S L Jones) 

207 and 209 California 
Killip & Co (J N Killip, Chas M Chase 

and James Howard) 116 Montgomery 
Lam SOn CeO F, 425 Kearny 
Levy Charles & Co (Charles Levy) 537 

California 
Lindo J & Co, 611 California 
Ludington Geo C, 22 Montgomery 
Lyon & Kinsey (J L Lyon and C W 

Kinsey) 314 Montgomery 
Mansfield M & Co, 326 Pine 
Newhall's Sons & Co (E W and W S 

Newhall) 225 and 227 Bush 
Pauson H, 517 Pacific 
Pearlman J M, 25 Turk 
Reinstein O, 32 and 34 Eddy 
Rogallo & Tobias (Martin Rogallo and 

M L Tobias) 503 Moutgomery ave 
Rollins R R, 344 Kearny 
Simmons M J, 1320-22 Market 



Spear EdwardS & Co (Joseph S Sr, 
Joseph S Jr and G L Spear) 729 
Market 

Terry Joseph T & Co (Joseph T and 
John C Terry) 747 Market 

AWNINGS. 
Anderson & Co, m Clay 

Burton VV H, 706 Mission 
Gentil S, 826 Broadway 
Neville & CO, 31 and 33 California 
Kossiter James, 104 Francisco 
Toulouse & Delorieux (B Toulouse and 
G Delorieux) 620 Commercial 

AXLE GREASE. 
Allen James C, iog Davis 

Lambert & Greene (Win Lambert and 
Chas Greene) 144-148 Natoma 

Martin's Challenge Axle Grease, W H 
VVorden pr<>pr, 223 Sacramento 

New York Refining Co, E B 

R.ead agent, 16 First 

BABBIT METAL MANU- 
FACTURERS 

Morrow & Strong, 117 First* 
Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co, 416 Montgomery 

Tatum & Bo wen 25-31 Main 

Weed & Kingwell, 125 First 

BADGES. 

Pasquale Benoit, 650 Washing- 
ton and 967 Howard 

Rudolph ChaS, enameler on 
gold and silver, enameling Masonic 
jewels, badges etc. Re-enameling 
watch cases and bracelets, and general 
dealer in enamel, 112 Sutter 

BAGS AND BAGGING IM 
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Ames & Detrick (J P Ames and E 
Detrick) 19 and 21 California 

Anderson & Co, m Clay 
California Jute Manufact- 
uring CO, 312 California 
Koshland S & Co (Joseph Marcus Jr, 
and Simon Koshland) 22S California 

Lemmon & Callego (Geo Lem- 

mon and R C Gallego) 30S California 
Neville & CO (Ceo H Bryant, S A 

Neville, and C M and T F Osborn) 

31 and 33 California 
Pohe George, 51 Sacramento 
White & Lissak (Wilson White 

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Wright Georgl H, 211 Commercial 



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Adam Herbert, 1049 Howard 

Ahem C, 316 Folsom 

Amlung Anna Mrs, 159 Sixteenth 

Andleur J Mrs, 1009^ Stockton 

Andrews J C, '2912 Sixteenth 

AnkerS C, proprietor New York 
Bakery and Restaurant, 626 Kearny 

Atame P, 921 Harrison 

Bagala Leo, cor Twenty -fifth and Ala- 
bama 

Bailey EF, 1127 McAllister 

Baker Win, 1036 Clay cor Mason 

Band Stephen, 409 Union 

Bassert A Mrs, 1242 Folsom 

Batavia Mrs, SW cor Folsom and Eighth 

Bay Gottlieb, 245 Third 

Beauxis Jean, 1305 Powell 

Becker Charles, 508 and 510 Sixteenth 

Beier P Mrs, 1711 Market 

Bell A Mrs, 907 Bryant 

Beni G, 639 Broadway 

Berg Caroline F Mrs, 500 Grove 

Bernstein H, 410 Sixth 

Beniteau C, NE cor O'Farrell and Hyde 

Biermann Julius, 1216 Pacific 

Black P W Mrs, 410 Larkin 

Blair William, 1523 and 1525 Market 

Blanchard Frank, 1507 Market 

Block F & Co (Frederick and Christian 
Block) 2932 Sixteenth 

Bloess Charles, 2007 Hyde 

Blum Henry, 1817 Powell 

Bock Jos, 923 Folsom 

Bofina Josephine Mrs, 19 Taylor 

Bohle William, 420 Fourth 

Borchers E Mrs. 104S^ Folsom 

Bowker C A Mrs, 1007 McAllister 

Bowman John F, 337i Turk 

Bradley Josie Mrs, 237^ Fifth 

Brady Mary Mrs, 826^ Twentieth 

Branagan P J, 1 1 24 Larkin 

Braun Jacob, 320 Eighteenth 

Brendlin A, 113H Mission 

Brock Mary Miss", 333A Fourth 

Brodin Emma Mrs, 325"i Fifth 

Brun J H, 418 O'Farrell 

Buckley David J Mrs, 428 Folsom 

Buhl Charles, 24 Third 

Buss John G, SE cor Seventeenth and 
Dolores 

Byrnes S A Mrs, 2130 Fillmore 

CadoganElleo, 348 Fifth 

Callahan Ellen Miss, 310 Third 

Callender H A, 1501 Devisadero 

Cavanagh Tillie Mrs, 606 Third 

Chabat Emile, 906 Pacific 

Chad bourne T J, 1412-1420 

Dupont 
Cheignon Adolph Mrs, 814 Howard 
Chenhalls Lizzie Mrs, 1140 Howard 
Christ & Frahm (Robert Christ and 

Henry Frahm) 9 Stockton 



Cilley M M Mrs, 217 Sixteenth 

Clark Annie Miss, SW cor Nineteenth 
and Shotwell 

Clinton M Mrs, 450 Sixth 

Cogle J P Mrs, 254 Fourth 

Coles A D, 133 Ninth 

Collins B, 539 Fourth 

Collopy James, 953 Bryant 

Cook Benjamin, 1326 Howard 

Cooper Henry, 2819i Mission 

Cooper Selina Mrs, also sta- 
tionery, 2549 Folsom 

Copeland Catharine Mrs, 124 Twenty- 
fourth 

Corrigan A Mrs, 418i Seventh 

Corrigan Kate, 188 Fourteenth 

Craven A Mrs, 412^ Geary 

Crowhurst S G, 630 Nineteenth 

Cunningham Henry, 442| Third 

Curley Patrick Mrs, NW cor Nine- 
teenth and Shotwell 

Curran M, 717 Brannan 

Darcy John, 911 Buchanan 

Danfelzer Amelia Mrs, cor Twenty- 
fourth and Church 

Daniels Fred Mrs, 534 Valencia 

Davies I, 524^ Sixth 

Davis Hannah Mrs, 309 Minna 

Davis W J, 22 and 26 Second 

Davison W P Mrs, 1002 Pacific 

Delany M A, 416 Hayes 

Delfino G, 109 Third 

Dellwig Theodore, 1912 Polk 

Dempsey Patrick, 107 Twenty-third 

DenDy A Miss, 121 Sixth 

Deppe Bernhard, 223 Fourth 

Devoro David, 118 Ninth 

Diederich Henry, 2206 Bush 

Dietrich Rosa Mrs, 927 Broadway 

Dijeau D Mrs, 711 Brannan 

Dittmar & Hird (Chas Dittmar and 
C J Hird) 2409 Howard 

Dobrzensky S Miss, 717 Larkin 

Doelger John, NE cor Pacific and 
Powell 

Donovan Annie F Miss/317 Third 

Doran BMrs, 110 Second 

Douglass Mary Mr>s, 2531 Mission 

Drouet H, 315^ Fifth 

Dunne Edmund, 155 Eleventh 

Ebert A Mrs, 323 Fifth 

Eckhart A Mrs, 345i Fifth 

Eden Mary Mrs, 253 Third 

Edwards John, SE cor Francisco and 
Mason 

Eichholz Otto Mrs, cor Filbert and 
Montgomery ave 

Eisert Charles, 537 Hayes 

Ellis M A Mrs, 2011 Mission 

Engelberg Emil A, 416 Kearny 

Entenmann G, 988 Folsom 

Fagan Lizzie Miss, 337 Sixth 

Farnlacher Adam, 449 Third 

Fay Patrick, 420 Third 



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Fazackerley J Mrs, 612 Nineteenth 

Fettes A W Mrs, 1317 Mission 

Feustel Frank, 2952 Mission 

Fischer John, 134 Third 

Fitcher Leana Mrs, 406 Third 

Flanagan E L Mrs, 407 Third 

Fletcher Harriet, 1019 Howard 

Fogg G W Mrs, 227$ O'Farrell 

Fofey Mary Mrs, 521 Fourth 

Forde Mary Mrs, 2218 Lai-kin 

Frey & Merkel (Francisca Frey and 

August Merkel) 911 Larkiu 
Friend Sarah Mrs, 1628 Stockton 
Frisch William, 804 Greenwich 
Gallagher Ann, 522 Sixth 
Gallagher Patrick, 234 Twenty-eighth 
Gansz Salomea, 1321 Stockton 
Gehrhardt Conrad, 1155^ Howard 
Geralde E Mrs, 3037 Sixteenth 
Gercke William, 1924 Howard 
Gethings Annie N Mrs, 510 Fourth 
Giani Mary Mrs, 1628 Stockton 
Gillespie Lucy K, 1305 Leavenworth 
Gladson G M Mrs, 2853 Mission 
GoeckenH B, 515 Third 
Gomez Catarina, 1402| Powell 
Gramlich Sebastian, 738 Howard 
Guinasso F T, 1309 Dupont 
Gunn Rose Miss, 1442 Valencia 
Gunthers H, 103 Third 
Haensel Julius H G, 49 Second 
Hagemann Chas, 320| Fifth 
Haley Mary Mrs, 2937 Mission 
Handlos Joseph, 237 Fifteenth 
Hanker Charles, 1317 Dupont 
Harenberg August, 1535 Post 
Harms Annie Mrs, 1565 Market 
Harris E T Mrs, 293S£ Sixteenth 
Hartmann Martin, SE cor O'Farrell and 

Pierce 
Hartwig G, NE cor Union and Mason 
Harvey A Miss, 117 Ellis 
Harvey Anna Mrs, 1433 Valencia 
Hayden Ellen Mrs, 21 Valencia 
Hegner Edward, 1123 Howard 
Heitmuller H, 1216 Polk and 492 Eighth 
Helm E B, SE cor Geary and Jones 
HenckenAM, 1500| Folsom 
Hessler Wm, 617 Post 
Hickstedt Herman, 127 Fourth 
Hild Joseph, 1602 Geary 
Hilsz Freiderich, SE cor California and 

Steiner 
Himmelstoss George, cor Twenty-second 

and Valencia 
Hollenbeck C M Mrs, 310 Thirteenth 
Hopkins B Mrs, 1129 Mission 
HornbrOOk J Mrs, 908 Howard 
Howell L, 246 Ellis 
Huffman Katie Mrs, 702 Larkin 
Hughes & Foley (J Hughes and M Foley) 

cor Fourth and Jessie and 1 1 8 Seventh 
Jackson Jane Mrs, cor Illinois and Napa 
Jacobs Anna Mrs, 955 Howard 



Jahn Geo F, 152 First 

Jakobs John C, SE cor Jackson and 

Buchanan 
Jervis Alexander, NE cor Fulton and 

Buchanan 
Johnston Elizabeth Mrs, 203 Second 
Jones Samuel P, 306 Francisco 
Kahn Joseph, 30 Sixth 
Keily J Mrs, 709 Brannan 
Kelly Kate Mrs, 327 Fourth 
Killbride Ann Mrs, 219 Sixth 
King Agnes Mrs, 904 Valencia 
Klare Amelia Mrs, 2503 Howard 
Kleyn Helen A Mrs, 14 Fifth 
Kohn S, 23S Fifth 
Kohnke J Mrs. cor Church and 

T wenty-f ourth 
Koszloff Catherine, 1320 Howard 
Kramer Emma Mrs, 419^ Stockton 
Kuch C, SW cor Chestnut and Mason 
Lang F Mrs, 256 First 
Lange Dora Mrs, 151 Ninth 
Lapariat Blaise, 936 Howard 
Larkin M, 500^ Sixth 
Larsen E G, IS Eddy 
Laub Frank, SE cor Twenty-sixth and 

Florida 
Lautermilch Leopold (New Era Bakery) 

521 Montgomery 
Lavalley Louis P, 408 Broadway 
Leist Charles, 2742 Sixteenth 
Lemmerman H, 505 Fourth 
Lewis V A, 31 S Sixth 
Lille Jean, 504 Union 
Linsler Valentine, 1223 Stockton 
Lion Alice Mrs, 111 Fifth 
Loderhouse August, 215 Second 
Lonergan & Daly (T F Lonergan and P 

Daly) 1221 Polk 
Lundberg Peter, 35 Ninth 
Lydon Mary Mrs, 217 Polk 
Lyons Alexander, 2926 Sixteenth 
Macy M F Mrs, 260SJ; Mission 
Madsen J C Mrs, 704 Valencia 
Magary Fanny Mrs, 216 Sixteenth 
Malatesta Giovanni, 1313 Dupont 
Marshall Greenwood, 2003^ Mason 
Martens C Mrs, 534 Montgomery ave 
Martin KB Miss, 311 Franklin 
Martin & Tropvien (L Martin and S 

Tropvien) cor 24th and Alabama 
Matthey Robert, 1523 Mission 
Maugham James, SW cor Webster and 

Haight 
Maye Frederick, Railroad ave bet Para- 
guay and Teneriffe 

Mayle Ceo D, 38 Fourth 

Mazonet A, 614 Broadway 
Mazoue Alexander, 614 Broadway 
McArdle Kate Mrs, 352 Third 
McCann Maria Mrs, 143 Third 
McCarthy John, 1124 Harrison 
McCarthy Thomas, cor Vermont and 
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McCarty Mrs, 2016 O'Farrell 
MoCaskie J F, 1520 Dolores 
McCurdy A C, 1240 Valencia 
McDevitt James, 504 Minna 
McDonald Catharine Mrs, 112 Eighth 
McGrath Patrick F, 135 Fifth 
McMann Mary Mrs, 2503 Mission 
Meighan R A Mrs, 1425 Polk 
Melsing Elizabeth Mrs, 120 Third 
Mencke John, 248 Oak 
Mendoza P E, 1308 Howard 
Mesenburg Herman, 324* Hayes 
Messner Louis, 402 Pacific 
Meyer CF, cor Railroad ave andTeneriffe 
Miller A D, 843 Valencia 
Miller J Mrs, 224 Fifth 
Miller John, 539 Second 
Millmeister H F Mrs, 312 Hayes 
Moll Charles, 1913 Hyde 
Monner S Mrs, NW cor Seventeenth 

and Sanchez 
Moore E Mrs, 30 Franklin 
Muller A, S'W cor Eleventh and Howard 
MullerG, SW cor Eleventh and Mission 
MundR Mrs, 440 Haight 
Natevel T C Mrs, 511 Laguna 
Neal Mrs Joseph, cor Twenty-eighth 

and Church 
Neffer Pauline, 800 Webster 

New York Bakery and Res- 
taurant, 626 Kearny 

Niemann Henry, 625 McAllister and 
421 O'Farrell 

Niemann Sarah Mrs, 900 Post 

Nolte G Mrs, 1035 Folsom 

Noonan Jeremiah. 40 Seventh 

Olsen Annie Mrs, 711 Folsom 

O'Neil Rose Mrs, 223 Broadway 

O'Neill Edward, 6 10 Seventeenth 

O'Neill M Mrs, 41 Fifth 

O'Reilly J Mrs, SE cor Twenty-fifth 
and Valencia 

Overstreet Wm F, 219 Tyler 

Paulsen Katie Mrs, NE cor Leaven- 
worth and Broadway 

Pearce D,'1206 Howard 

Pedroni G, NE cor Stockton and Vallejo 

Petersen Mary H Mrs. 1905* 

Mission 
Petri Angelo, 1717 Stockton 
Pharion Fred M, 639 Grove 
Pierron Emil, 304 Montgomery ave 
Ploettner & Kern (Bernard Ploettner 

and Franz Kern) 115 Oak 
Poehlman Wm, fancy bakery, 

401 Post 
Poorman Sarah, 1013 Folsom 
Prato Minnie Mrs, 1908 Mission . 
Pray Jennie Mrs, 825 Howard 
Prost Nicholas, 336 Third 
Queirolo Gerolamo, 5] 1 Green 
Rapp Christian, 1323 Dupont 
Rapp Lizzie A, 705 Laguna 
Ratto Bartolomeo, 1339 Dupont 



Reichle Chas, Mission bet Twenty -ninth 

and Thirtieth 
Reid James, 311 Fifth 
Richards C Miss, 1119 Folsom 
Richardt & Grethel (Otto Richardt and 

Phillip Grethel) 1132 Dupont 
Rock Annie Miss, 540 Fourth 
Roemer BrOS. 205 Kearny 
Roesler F Mrs, 1055 Bryant 
Rogers M J Mrs. 965 Mission 
Rohe M Mrs, SW cor Ellis and Webster 
Roney Frank Mrs, 167 Ninth 
Ropcke Helmuth, 1511 Dupont 
Rose Delia Mrs, Mission bet Thirtieth 

and Thirty-first 
Rust F M F, 219 Golden Gate ave 
Sales G Mrs, 236 Seventh 

Sampson John. 401* Sixth 
Saul John, 132 Fifth 

Schiller Dora Mrs, 1513 Dupont 
Schimpf Lena Mrs, 1018 Powell 
Schmitt John G, 869 Folsom 
Schneider Christina Mrs, 819 Broadway 
Schramm F, 142 Eleventh 
Schroth & Westerfeld (Chas Schroth 

and Louis Westerfeld) 228 Kearny 
Schuler Jacob, SW cor Ellis and Hyde 
Schulte Louise, 1323 Sacramento 
Schumann & Vogel (F Schumann and 

P Vogel) 132 Fourth 
Schwaarcke Charles, 500 Hayes 
See E Mrs, 452 Seventh 
Serb E Mrs, 1401 Baker cor Post 
Shoenlicht John, 1131 Howard 
Shultz M E Mrs, 799 Mission 
Shumate J O, 605J Post 
Siebrecht C W, 9S0 Harrison 
Slavin Mary P, 1324 Dupont 
Smith Geo, 913 Bryant 
Soules J M, St Thomas nr Yazoo 
Southwood G Mrs, 1105* Folsom 
Spannagel E, 125 Seventh 
Stahl Jane Mrs, 631 Third 
Stappenbeck Johanna, 1525* Dupont 
Stein Robert, 1137 Folsom 
Steinhoff Elsie Mrs, 40 Grove 
Stephen H, 313 Sixth 
Stone A Mrs, 32(5 Seventh 
StrohmeierChaS, 418 Brannan 
Stumpf B, 226 Pacific 
Sturzenegger J U, 1002 Pacific 
Sutcliffe James, 703 Van Ness ave 
Swain's Bakery, R R Swain propr, 213 

Sutter 
Swain's Family Bakery, G S Hall propr, 

636 Market 
Swalve W, 944* Harrison 
TaggartA D, 1120 Market 
Taylor C D, 207 Sixth 
Taylor James, 903 Bush 
Taylor Sanford W, 116* Taylor 
Teale Thomas, 533 Fourth 
Teeter Ann, 948 Howard 
Thomson Thomas, 2639 Market 



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Trespaille Mai tin, 1504 Turk 
Tuite James, 217 Eighth 
Uebner & Guthe, S0O Greenwich 
Uniack E J, 1072 Howard 
Valente Luigi, 214 and 216 Broadway 
Vasstlin H, 763f Bryant 

Vienna Model Bakery, Roe- 

mer Bros proprietors, 205 Kearny 
Viereckt Conrad, 776 Folsoni 
Vits Jacob, 1205 Polk 

Volz's Bakery and Coffee 

ROOm, George D May le proprietor, 

38 Fourth 
Vorfeld Charlotte Mrs, cor Twenty - 

fourth and Treat ave 
Walker J H Mrs, 1001 Twentieth 
Walker Mary Mrs, 1834 Howard 
Watkins J E, 540 Third 
Welcome & Francis (A P Welcome and 

A Francis) 108 First 
Wellendorf Gustav, 1312 Polk 
Wendel George, 123 Taylor 
West J D, 314 Fifth 
Whalley Pickering Mrs, 1621 Polk 
Whitworth J Mrs, 1 12 Twelfth 
Wigg M A, 37 Sixth 
WilSOn AugUStUS, H36Folsom 
Wilson Mary Mrs, SW cor Hyde and 

Jackson 
Winkle Henry, 822 Battery 
Wollitz Theodore, SE cor O'Farrell and 

Pierce 
Wrede August, 1310 Pacific 
Yenne Jacob, 1014 Bryant 
Young John, 1419 Stockton 
Zaun Henry, 326 Broadway 
Zeiner Wendelin, 108 Ninth 
Zoppi Aggie E Mrs, 201 Polk 

BAKERIES^CRACKER 

California Cracker Co, factory NW cor 
Broadway and Battery, office 210 Sac- 
ramento 

ChadbourneT J (Eclipse) 1412- 

1420 Dupont 
Muller George, SW cor Mission and 
Eleventh 

BAKERS'SUPPLIES. 

Horn John P, 19 Drumm 

BAKING~POWDERS 
Bothin Manufacturing Co 

17 Main ° 

Coleman W T & Co, SE cor Market 

and Main 
Guittard E & Co, 207 and 209 Sacramento 
Hotel Baking Powder Co, W Wrixon 

agent, 612 Montgomery 
OlCOVich BrOS, 12 and 14 Front 
Tvler S H & Son (F H and Elizabeth) 

217-221 Commercial 



BALERS 

Miller & COSgriff, 417 Battery 

BANANAS. 
Tucker Reuben, 427 Front 



BANDS 

Blum M M, leader of Blum's 

Band, 735 Market 
Ca risen C J. 126 Kearny 
First Infantry Regiment Hand N G C, 

Wm J Blythe leader, 223 Kearny 
Catling Band, Carl J Carlsen 

leader, attached to Third Regiment N 

G C, rm 1, 126 Kearny 

Kohler & Chase, 137 Post 

Neumann S, in Sixth 

Second Regiment Band N G C, J Bree 
leader, I C Coggin mgr, 33 Kearny 

Wetterman Aug, 539 Califor- 
nia 

BANKERS 

AlVprd William, NW cor Cali- 
fornia and Sansome 

Borel Alfred & Co (Alfred and 

Antoine Borel) 311 Montgomery 

Cahn David, mgr London, Paris and 
American Bank, 205 Sansome 

Crocker, Woodworth & Co (Charles 
Crocker, R C Woodworth and W H 
Crocker) 322 Pine 

De Guigne C, agt Comptoir D Es- 
compte de Paris, 412 Montgomery 

Donohoe, Kelly & Co, SE cor Mont- 
gomery and Sacramento 

Farquharson D, cor Eddy and Powell 

Flood James C, 6 Nevada Block 

Harries W H, 436 California 

LaWSOn Wm, agent Bank of 
British North America, 312 Pine 

Lilienthal PL, cashier Anglo- 
Calif orniau Bank, NE cor Sansome and 
Pine 

Lincoln Jerome, 228 Montgomery 

LOW Frederick F, manager 
Anglo-Californian Bank, NE cor 
Sansome and Pine 

McDonald R H, president Pacific 
Bank, NW cor Pine and Sansome 

Miner O F, sec Pacific Bank, 201 San- 
some 

POWell W, manager Bank of Brit- 
ish Columbia, SE cor California and 
Sansome 

Sather & CO, NE cor Montgomery 
and Commercial 

Steinhart Ignatz, manager An- 
glo-Califorhian Bank, NEcor Sansome 
and Pine * 



Giant judson Powder, 



Gelatine! anl Gelatine Dynamites for Miners and 
Railroads Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S.F. 



Truman, Isham & Ho&ker, i&SS^SSSSSS^iNSsa^S. 




SlltrO & CO (Charles, Emile and 
G-ustav Sutro) 408 Montgomery 

Sweeny Miles D, president 

Hibernia Savings and Loan Society, 

2-6 Montgomery 
Tallant & Co (Mrs E Tallant, Elizabeth 

T Brice, Jane and Ann Tallant, John 

McKee and John D Tallant) NE cor 

California and Battery 
Weber Adolph C, IS Geary 



BANKS 
Anglo-Californian Bank. 

Frederick F Low and Ignatz Steinhart 
managers, NE cor Sansome and Pine 

Bank of British Columbia, 

VV Powell manager, SE cor California 
and Sansome 

Bank of British North 

America, VV Lawson agent, 312 
Pine 

Bank of California, NW cor 

California and Sansome 
Banx of San Francisco (corporation) 

N P Cole pres, J L Browne sec, 327 

Pine, rm -2 
California Savings and Loan Society, 

D Farquharson pres, V Campbell sec, 

NW cor Eddy and Powell 
Comptoir DEseompte de Paris, C de 

Guigne agt, 412 Montgomery 
First National Bank of San Francisco, 

Daniel Callaghan pres, E D Morgan 

cashier, 315 Montgomery 

German Savings and Loan 

Society, Geo Lette secretary, 526 
California 
Grangers' Bank of California, A Mont- 
pellier cashier and mgr, Frank Mc- 
Mullen sec, NW cor California and 
Battery 

HiberniaSavingsandLoan 

Society- M D Sweeny president, 
NE cor Montgomery and Market 

Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Cor- 
poration, W H Harries agt, 436 Cali- 
fornia 

Humboldt Savings and Loan Society, 
Adolph C Weber pres, Ernest Brand 
sec, 18 Geary 

London and San Francisco Bank (limited) 
Arthur Scrivener mgr, 424 California 

London, Paris and Ameri- 
can Bank (limited) David Cahn 
manager, Eugene Meyer sub manager, 
205 Sansome 

Masonic Savings and Loan Bank (in 
liquidation) H T Graves sec, 808 
Montgomery 

Merchants' Exchan ge 

Bank (in. liquidation) G H Kellogg 
secretary, 320 Sansome, rm 9 



Nevada Brankof San Fran- 
cisco, J C Flood president, Geo L 
Brander vice-president, NW cor Mont- 
gomery and Pine 

Odd Fellows' Savings Bank (in liquida- 
tion) David Hunter pres, James Ben- 
son sec, 20 Montgomery 

Pacific Bank, R H McDonald 
president, R H McDonald Jr vice- 
president, S G Murphy cashier, 201 
Sansome 

San Francisco Savings Union, Albert 
Miller pres, Loveli White cashier 
and sec, 532 California 

Savings and Loan Society, Horace 
Davis pres, S C Bigelow vice-pres, 
Cyrus W Carmany cashier and sec, 
619 Clay 

Security Savings Bank, Jerome Lincoln 
pres, S L Ab ott sec, 228 Montgomery 

Wells, Fargo & Co's Bank, 

Lloyd Tevis president, H Wads worth 
cashier, NE cor California and San- 
some 

BARBERS 

Aaron Joseph, 532 Third 

Adams Isaac, 22 Eddy 

Allen R J, 433 Pacific 

Alves Joseph, 1551 Market 

Amkel A, 1424 Polk 

Ananos Antonio, 1314 Stockton 

Arthur Geo F, 1007 Valencia 

Asch Ike, 215 Sixth 

August Philip, 336 East 

Aurouze Maurius, 622 Pacific 

Avallo G, 712 Pacific 

Barnickel Edward, 543 Second 

Barra N, 804 Bryant 

Barradas James C, 1535 Geary 

Barrera Manuel, 1315^ Powell 

Barron Harvey, 442 Third 

Batavia Henry, 4 Fourth 

Batavia Philip, 909| Kearny 

Beilhes J B, 124 Montgomery ave 

Bell J B, 1244 Folsom 

Bell W R & B F, 302 Folsom 

Berliner & Harris, 1005 Howard 

Bernhard B, Palace Hotel 

Blodes Then, 1239 Folsom 

Bollinger Frank, 105| Jackson 

Borkman L Albert, 221 Dupont 

Boyle Patrick, Sierra bet Michigan and 

G eorgia 
Bross Jacob H, 206 Townsend 
Brown S G, 202 Fourth 
Bullien John, SE cor Market and 

Gough 
Callinan John, 163 Second 
Carmell J, cor Twenty-eighth and 

Church 
Cary & Blake (I G Cary and W H 

Blake) 515 California, rm 1 



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Caasio G A, 1423 Dupont 
Cefous James, 142 Fifth 
Ceiillo Frank, 1226 Dupont 
Charlonet Paul, 266 First 
Christopher Louis, 1405 Polk 
Clark Thoa F, 1940$ Mission 
Cockbin Thos H, 7 03 Front 
Cohen Philip, 12 Sacramento 
Cohn A, 2955 Sixteenth 

Cohn Newman. n 3H Market 

Cohn Sol, 30 Geary 
Coleman Adolph, 218 Pacific 
Coleman C H, 527 Sacramento 
Colmau I nomas, 1228$ Pacific 
Cook John, 131 Montgomery 
Cordan Antonio C, 210 Davis 
Cordero M M, 324 D umm 
Corinson Nathan, 1829 Union 

Corriveau Louis (and baths) 

113 and 115 Geary 

Creighton H H, 330$ Montgomery 

Davis Frederick, 208 Brannan 

Davis Jacob, 1 1 and 13 Dupont 

Deckelman H A, 1 Polk 

Deckelman & Lipman (Frank Deckel- 
man and S W Lipman) 413 California 

Desparr E, 107 Sixth 

Deubler George, 722 Montgomery ave 

Devine Timothy, 231 Second 

Diefenbacher George, 911 Larkin 

Dittes Michael, 1505 Fillmore 

Draggo Giochino, 1501 Stockton 

Drescher Chas, 532 Jones 

Ducoing C F, 101 Sacramento 

Dunn David, 102 Market 

Dutman Samuel, 860 Howard 

Eckelmaun John, 1309 Pacific 

Ehret Edward, 203 Pacific 

Eipper Thomas, 1231 Dupont 

Emerson Emma. i28$0'Farreii 

Emmerich B, 2308 Howard 
Epstein Max, 318 Third 
Ewald Theodore, 1218 Stockton 
Fairbanks Joseph F, 430 Broadway 
Ficher Alexander, 923 Montgomery 
Finney Charles, 8 Merchants' Exchange 
Fischer Antonio, 815 Battery 
Fleischman John, 203 Third 
Fleischman & Semler, 315 Kearny 
Flieler & Kiefer (F Flieler and P Kiefer) 

5 Powell 
Fox Samuel, 1663 Mission 
Freiling Peter, 228 Brannan 
FrennaJP, 1204 Polk 
Garardin M H, 1905 Fillmore 
Garcia J Y, 523 Pacific 
Gatto Salvadore, 1314 Stockton 
Gearon John F, 1103 Howard 
Gellert Henry, 208$ Bush 
Genster Jacob, 808 Larkin 
Gentil Arthur, 534 Green 
Giacinto Perlite, 1806 Powell 
Gies Kilian, 434 Pacific 
Glassman A B, 9 Pacific 



Glassman Charles, 1405 Dup»nt 

Gorfinkel William, 466 Sixth 

Gormez John, 626 Fourth 

Gottdank L, 1071 Market 

Graham It H, 108 Sutter 

Grandi D S, 519 Fourth 

Green I, 21 Sixth 

Greenslade S J, 1516 Stockton 

Greif J, 636 \\\ shington 

Grimm \d..m, 17 Montgomery 

Guillermet Francis, 417 Sutter 

Hadiey Walter, 260 Third 

Hamei smith Fred, 607 Laguna 

Harder Jo in, Kentucky ur Sierra 

H trris Frank, 319 Sansome 

Harris Morris, cor Drnmm and Pacifii 

Harris S, 305$ Sixth 

Harris Samuel, 623 Clay 

Hauser Herman, 222 Stockton 

Heider C & Co (C Heider and J Bross, 

310 Bush 
Heilfronn Julius, 341 Hayes 
Heinz Henry, 900 Frojt 
Held George, 217 Montgomery 
Hesse John A, 2552 Folsom 

Hirssnger Emaie, U59 Folsom 

Huber Chas, 2007 Polk 

Hulling Domnick, 336 BuHh 

Hyman & Shaen (J Hyman and A 

Shaen) 403 Pine 
Jager Geo W, 215 Sixteenth 
Johnson J M, 1056$ Howard 
Johnson John J, 806 Market 
Kaminski & Fisher (S Kaminski aud 

Gilbert Fisher) 789 Folsom 
Kastena L M, 414 Larkin 
Kellogg & Swanaon (Ed Kellogg and 

John Swanson) 357 Third 
King P, 323 Pacific 
Kirchner A F J, 441 Sixth 
Knoechel & Brand (Chas Kuoechel and 

John G Brand) 621 Montgomery 
Koch J M J & C B A, 64 S Commercial 
Korn Abram I, 545 California 
Kresler G & E Kober, 807 Market 
Krueckel Andrew, 325 Dupont 
Krueckel Peter, 615 McAllister 
Lagrave Cnarles, 13 Montgomery ave 
Lampe T C, 6 Powell 
Lampert Antonio, 53 Third 
Landgrebe Wm, 102 Seventh 
Lang Jacob, 30$ Clay 
Laubenheimer Chas, under Grand Hote 
Lee William H, 53 Fifth 
Lehn Philip P, 4 Post 
Lehritter & Langbein (John Lehrittei 

and Herman Langbein) 127 Monl 

gomery ave 
Lemcke Otto, 120 Fourth 
Levey Max, 77 1 Howard 
Levy isador, 553 Fourth 
Levy J M, 700 Latruua 
Lewis Frank, "425 East 
Limhau D J, K)5 Fourth 



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Lowenfeld Wm, 1S03 Polk 
Lyser Jacob, 2003 Fillmore 
Mahoney John T, 10 Mason 
Marks M H, 542 Clay 
Martin G S, 1709 Market 
Martinho Antonio S, 113 Jackson 
M&ssie W It, junction Valencia and Mis- 
sion 
McCormick Edward, 2002 Folsom 
McGovern Robert, 152 Third 
Mc Kiev el James, 709 Davis 
McWam Charles, 2257 Mission 

Medau Jos & Chas, 822 Kearny 

Med in & Grothmann (Geo J Medau and 
R P Grothmann) 1203 Dupont 
i ■ Lberger V, 4 Leidesd'orff 

M srel Ramon, 6!S Broadway 

Miller Francis V M, 672 Mission 

Mohr Carl, 1437 Mission 

Moore Manuel F, 1828 Market 

Moore Toney F, 1146 Folsom 

M .rales V, 924i Folsom 

M >ses Charles, 605 Mission 

Murphy D H, 1603 Howard 

Nassau Wm M, 2003 Mission 

Nathan & Salinger (Oscar Nathan and 
Joseph Salinger) 9 Hardie Place 

Navarro Jesus, 545 Merchant 

Nestel August, 320 Francisco 

Nicholas George, 37 Sacramento 

Noble & Miller (G Noble and E F Mil- 
ler) 646 Mission 

Norriss G P, 909^ Kearny and 1703 Dev- 
isadero 

Obenaner George, 39 Second 

Oppenheim & Stieber (R Oppenheim and 
D Stieber) 12 Sixth 

Oppenheimer Edward, 623 Fourth 

Ortis Manuel A, cor Broadway and Lar- 
kin 

O'Sullivan Pat, 1069 Howard 

Pacheco A I, 331 East 

Parri Eugenio, 1501 Stockton 

Patrick W C, 705 Broadway 

Patterson E R, San Bruno road 

Pechner D & Co, 321 Bush 

Pellegrini & Rabagliati,319 Montgomery 

Pera Andrea, 7 Vallejo 

Perazzo -John, 848 Washington 

Peshong John, 1 104 Mission 

Pezet Geo, 1 ] 67 Howard 

Pb.aris Wm A, 104 Pacific 

Pinkney & Donlou (Joseph Pinkney 
and John Donlon) 804 Folsom 

Pitts E H, 1055} Folsom 

Plato Fred'k F, 817 Laguna 

Pollard Llewellyn, 788 Folsom 

Poison P, 935 Market 

Proschokl Charles, 844 Valencia 

Puyoou 3, 631 Kearny 

Rapp Charles E, 6 Summer 

Reese John, 211 Montgomery ave 

Richter Henry, Railroad ave bet Trini- 
dad and Bahama 



Rizo & Brouquet, 1133 Dupont 
Roach D W, 330 Broadway 
Rockenfield W, 605± Post 
Rodden & Thurston (H E Rodden and 

Alexander Thurston) 23<!tFolsom 
Roesler Chas A, 3412 Mission 
Roesler Chas G, 1055 Bryant 
Rogers E W, 189 Jessie 
Rogers & Ramos, 202 Second 
Rosa Joseph, 435 Pine 
Rosa & Troell (Jus P Rosa and Conrad 

Troell) 657 Clay 
Rosener Fred, 119 Sixth 
Rosenthal William, 11^ Jackson 
Rosenthaul Morris, 307 Dupont 
Rotermund & Harris (Fred Rotermund 

and Max Harris) 402 Pacific 
Rothnian Oscar, 107 Jackson 
Ruff Lawrence, 420 Broadway 
Ruff S, cor Sha-ta and Michigan 
Rufner Jacob, 631 Merchant 
Russell Wm S, 62 Second 
Sanchez F A, 531 Valencia 
Sand Brothers (Joseph and Ferdinand) 

50 Fourth 
Sand Ferdinand, 23 Third 
Schmitt F A, 403 Dupont 
Schoenwald Otto, 127 Second 
Schonwald Franz, 728 Fourth 
Schottler Herman, 2755 Mission 
Schuck Henry, 434 Montgomery 
Schultz Philip, 6 Hayes 
Selig Samuel A, 609 Larkin 

Shwetzer David, 2929 Six 

teenth 
Silva Joseph F, 524 Davis 
Silva Manuel J, 1 12 First 
Simon J, 406 Sixth 
Simons J G, 1656 Mission 

Smack Ferdinand, 2702 Mis 

sion 
Sommer H, 443 Bush 
Sparrow & Boone (A Sparrow and C H 

Boone) 116 Sutter 
Springer Henrv L, 358 Fourth 
Stahle John, 233 Bush 
Stein A J, 604 Montgomery 
Stern Sigmund, 537 Commercial 
Storn Geo A, 104 J Ninth 
Strang Gustave, 32A Turk 
Strecker & Kern (Adolph Strecker and 

Wm Kern) 33 Post 
Strozynski Roman, 335 Third 
Tavares Jay me G, SI 8 Third 
Taveira A B. 503-A East 
Terry Frank, 118 Taylor 
Thomas A, 901 FMsom 
Thron Louis, 250 Ellis 
Thuss Thomas H, 3007 Mission 
Tipping William, 42 O'Farrell 
Ubhaus & Ubhaus (John and Frank) 12 

Geary 
Van Marter & Gerson (J J Van Marter 

and Herman Gerson) 229 Kearny 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., 



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Vincent Joseph, 1041 Howard 
Voss Henry, 030 Fourth 
Wagner Peter H, 333 Fifth 
Walther P H, 1425 Octavia 
Warnicke <* E, 514£ Third 
Weidersliel Pinker, 1640 Polk 
Whearty Thomas, 920 lottery 
Wiebe Wm, 4 Morton 
Williams Charles J, 123 Fifth 

Wilson Thomas C, 402 Bran 

nan 
Winter Phil, 526 Commercial 
Wise Abe, 5Si First 
Witkowsky Nathan, 1139 Market 
Witte H D, 230 Sutter 
Woehl Henry, 1630 Mission 
Woerz Albert, 801 Kearny 
Wolff John, 2212 Powell 
Wunsch Nicholas, NW cor Railroad ave 

and Dominica 

BARBERS^UPPLIES 
Pacific Perfumery Co. 10 

•Stevenson 
StOlz David, 10Si O'Farrell 
Will & FiriCk. 769 Market 

WILL & FINC&, 

No. 769 Market Street, San Francisco. 



Manufacturers and Dealers in Barbers' Sup- 
plies of every description, at Eastern Prices. 
Second-hand Barber Furniture bought and 

sold. Send for Catalogue. 

BARREL MANUFACT- 
URERS 

(See also Coopers.) 

California Barrel Co, John L 

Koster president, 323 Front: works, 
Potrero 
Wenzel Henry, 1212 Bryant 

basketIkakers 

Armes & Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 
Becker W, 022 Market 
Cottura Peter, 704 Front 
Fuchs Robert, 421 Montgomery ave 
Lang J C R, 12 Montgomery ave 
Wakefield Rattan Co, 044 Market 

BATH MAKERS 

Ballard George, 213 Second 

BATHS 

Altfield A, 522 Natoma 



Bazan Ferdinand, 415 Sutter 

Canepa PietrO, 325 Montgomery 
ave 

Corriveau L, 113 Geary 

Crystal Salt Water Bathing C >, John 
Farnhain pies and mgr, 317-323 Bay 

DriSCOll C E, proprietor Sanita- 
rium Baths, 2210 and 2212 Powell 

Gates Justin, 722 Montgomery 
Golden Gate Sea Baths, Henry Frahm 

propr, foot of Hyde 
Grodjmski J P, 473 Tehama 

Hammam Baths (Turkish) Dr 

A M Loryea proprietor, 218 Post 

Hammam (Turkish) 11 Dupont 

Harbor View Park Baths, cor Baker 
and Jefferson 

Horn Jerome W, SOS Twenty -fourth 

Landis Caspar, 51 Minna 

Loryea AM, proprietor New Ham- 
mam Baths, 218 Post 

Louis J J, 738 Pacific 

Lunn Wm A, NE cor Second and Mis- 
sion 

McSparren Archibald, 144 Eddy 

Montgomery Baths, Knoechel & Brand 
proprs, 621 Montgomery 

WlOOre Dr D C (thero-electaic) 
1029 Market (see adv) 

Neptune and Mermaid Sea Baths, W H 
Bovee propr, foot of Larkin 

New Hammam Baths, Dr A 

M Loryea proprietor, 218 Post 
Pohlman Louis, 419 Fourth 

Sanitarium Baths, c E Dris- 

coll proprietor. 2210 and 2212 Powell 
Sheltered Cove Baths, John H Berg & 
Co proprs, foot of Montgomery ave 

Zeile Charles D (Turkish) 522- 

528 Pacific 

BATTERIES 
California Electrical 

VVorks, electro-medical, telegraph 
and telephone, 3o Market 

Klein John M & Co, electro 

medical, telegraph and telephone, 720 
Montgomery 

BEDS AND BEDDING 

(See also Furniture; also Mattress 
Makers.) 

Burr Folding Bed Co, Edward Corbly 

mgr, 003 Market 
Dn Rose F F, bed-comforter mfr, 29 

Second 
Frank Henry, 212 Commercial 
Hoey John, 718 Mission 
Keogh John, 73and75 New Montgomery 



Judson Powder Improved, E£d 



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BED SPRING MANUFAC 
TURERS 

California Spring Manu- 
facturing C6, James English 
president, W F Sperbeck secretary 
and treasurer, 147 and 149 New 
Montgomery 

Clark Truman S & Son, 21 

New Montgomery 

English James, president Cali- 
fornia Spring Manufacturing Co, 147 
and 149 New Montgomery 

Nachman Adolph, 77 New Montgomery 

Pacific Spring and Mattress Co, 25 New 
Montgomery 

Western Spring and Wire Co (J and 
W Curtain) 1005 Folsom 

BEEF PACKERS 

Katz Fred, 94-100 California Mar- 
ket 

BELL FOUNDERS 

Carratt W T, 138 Fremont 
Weed & Kingwell, 125 First 

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California Electr 

Works, 35 Market 

Electrical Supply Co, 

Bush 

Hetty Louis, also electrician, 126 
Eddy 

Klein John M & Co 720 Mont 

gomery 
Makinson A J, 3 Pacific 

Wallmann Rudolph, 256 Ellis 

Will & Finck, 769 Market 



WILL & FINCK, 

769 Market Street, San Francisco. 

Dealers m Electric Supplie ■■, Electric 
Burglar Alarms, Gas Lighting and Elec- 
tric and Vlechanical Bells, Speaking 
Tub s and Door Openers put in. All 
work guaranteed. 

BELL IMPORTERS 
L info rt h Jam es, H6 Front 



JAMES LINFORTH, 

SOLE AGENT FOR 

Blymyer Church, School, and 
Fire Alarm Bells. 

Illustrated Catalogues on application. 

I 16 FRONT STREET. 



BELLOWS MANUFACT- 
URERS 

California Bellows Manu- 
facturing CO, James Campbell 
superintendent, 32 Fremont 

BELTING 

(See also Rubber Belting. ) 

COOk A O & Son (A and 

F JEt) oak tanned leather belting, 415 

Market 
COOk H N, leather belting and hose, 

405 Market 
Degen L P, leather belting, 128 and 

130 First 
French John D, 109 California 

Cirvin J W & Co (J w Girvin) 

rubber and leather belting and rub- 
ber packing, hose, etc, '24 California 
Royer Herman, 855-861 Bryant 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 

H. N. COOK, 

Manufacturer of 

LEATHER BELTING 
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Corner of Fremont, SAN FRANCISCO. 



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BICYCLES AND TRI 
CYCLES 

COOk A O & Son, 415 Market 

Mohrig Edwin, 252 Market 

RiddeU Bros, 1049i Market 



FRED. RUSS COOK. A. O. COOK. 

AO. COOK & SON have the best Bicycles 
a and Tricycles. Sole agents for Royal 
Mail and Apollo, 415 Market Street, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 



BILL POSTERS 

Keyt & Co (J E Keyt) 527 Commercial 

Macsorley A & Co, si Steven- 



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The Brunswick, Balke, Collender Co. 

Manufacturers of Billiard and Pool Tables, Patentees of Monarch Ta- 
bles, and Quick Monarch Cushions. Dealers in Billiard Materials, 
and all kinds of Sporting Goods, and sole agents for Hyatt's Bil- 
liard and Pool Balls. Patentees of the New Style Pool Tables, 
with Bottomless Pockets, 653 and 655 Market Street, S. F. 

BILLIARD SALOONS. ! BILLIARD SUPPLIES 



Butler Joseph J, 2127 Mission 

Grimm Henry, NE cor Kearny and 

Sutter 
Hartshorn & Waters (Samuel L Harts- 
horn and Geo L Waters) SE cor 
Kearny and Sutter 

Joyce & Orndorff (M e Joyce 

and James Orndorff) proprietors Bald- 
win Hotel bar and billiard rooms. 
Market, Powell and Eddy 
Loskay Frank J, 8-12 Eddy 

Mayrhofer & Ingell (G A 

Mayrhofer and J T Ingell) 1210 Valen- 
cia 

Oberon Hall, 38 O'Farrell 

Occidental Hotel, Montgomery bet Sut- 
ter and Bush 

Buss House, Montgomery bet Bush and 
Pine 



Will & Fi nek, 769 Market 



WILL & FINCK, 

769 Market Street, San Francisco. 

Importers and Manufacturers of Billiard Sup- 
plies and Bar Goods of every description at bed 
rock prices. Old Balis turned and recolored as 
good as new. Playing Cards and checks a spe- 
cialty. Send for Price List. 



BILLIARD TABLE MAN 

UFACTURERS 

Brunswick, Balke, Collen- 
der Co, 653 and 655 Market 

Jungblut Aug & Co (August 

Jungblut and Chas Traulsen) 10 and 
12 Golden Gate ave 
Liesenfeld P, 945 Folsom 

Strahle Jacob & Co 515 Mar- 
ket 



Jacob Strahle & Co. 

BILLIARD MANUFACTURERS. 



Largest and Leading Billiard House on the Pacific Coast, 




Delaney's Patent Steel Spring Cushions 

(Best in the World.) 
Any Kind of Cushions furnished to order. 
Importers and Dealers in Billiard Goods' 



Ten Pins and Balls. 

Skating and Gymnasium Goods of all De- 
scriptions. 
Bar Fixtures. Glass Wars, Etc. 



ALL STYLES AND SIZES OF BILLIARD TABLES- 

Carom, 6 Pocket, American Pool or Latest Styles Combination Billiard and Pool 

Tables, with Patent Pocket Stoppers, at Lowest Prices. 

^ Send for Price Lists and Illustrated Catalogues. "v^a 

JACOB STRAHLE At OO. 

Removed to 515 MARKET STREET, 

Established 1S52. ' SAX FRANCISCO. 



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BIRDS AND CAGES 
Hermann Theo & Co (Theo 

Hermann) import rs and dealers in 
birds, shells and curiosities, 030 Wash- 
ington 

Jacobson J, 1230 Market 

Manasse N, '211 Kearny 

Nulte & Dellwig (Win F Nolteand Chas 
Dellwig) 134b* Market 

Robison A C, 337 Kearny 

BITTERS 
BSumentlial & WJund, 85Sand 

(JliO M.s-i >n 
BOSS Bitters, Hall Bros propri- 
etor*. 324 Clay 

Bourjacle Chrera P, specialty of 

C B Bitters and first-class cognac and 
French, claret, 1509 Dupont 

Cahen Louis & Son, 4is Sac 

ramento 
De Fonseca David L, 108 Stockton 

Hall Brothers, 324 Clay 

Hess Lewis (Damiana) 12 Montgomery 
ave 

King Bitters, Hall Bros propri- 
etors, 324 Clay 

Parish & Co (Mark Parish) 314 Clay 

Peruvian Bitters, Wilmerding 

& Co, 214 Front 

Ratafia Damiana. Bitters, 

SE cor Sacramento and Sansome 
Renz John, 315 Commercial 

Thompson J W & Co (J w 

Thompson) also patent medicine, 504 
Front 

Wales, Briggs & Co (E a 

Wales and Dr William H Briggs) 
manufacturers California fig and 
lemon bitters, 12 Hayes 
Walter M & CO (Max Walter) 
625 Sansome 

BLACKING MANUFACT- 
URERS 

Imperial Italian Blacking Manufactur- 
ing Co, Leon Di Nola mgr, 46 Twelfth 



BLACKSMITHS 



(See also Horseshoers; 
smiths.) 



also Carriaee- 



Arerlan J H, Vallejo nr Front 
Bettio T, 1434 Jackson 
Brannan P C, 829 Geary 
Burns I, 20 Steuart 
Burns P J, 2309 Mission 



California Tool Works, J 

Weichart proprietor, also machine 

shop, 143 and 145 Beale 
Campbell Thomas, 270 Brannan 
Clark Robert L, 325 Francisco 
Coletti Luis, 42 Vallejo 
Creely James, 108 Jessie 
Crowley T J, NE cor Merchant and 

Drumm 
Culley John, Railroad ave bet Manilla 

and St Thomas 
Dacliu Chas & Son, 324 Jackson 
Daly Edward, 2312 Pine 
Day Jerry E, 109 Mission 
Dehuc E, 412 Sansome 
Dippel John, Railroad ave bet St 

Thomas and Venezuela 
Dolan Wm, 7 Louis i 
Donohue J P, 71o Sansome 
Doyle Rody, 820 Folsom 
Dunmore Fred, 17 Anna 
Dupuy J & Co (J Dupuy and J Barron) 
» 630 Broadway 
Duval Eli, 102 California ave 
Ewing John F, 1119 Alabama 
Farrell & Meherin, 1313 Broderick 

Friedhofer Paul & Son, 351 

Third 
Geitner Leonhardt, 526 Mission 
Giesen Robert, 305 Linden 
Havorlin James, 909 Battery 
Hensel Fred, 743 Mission 
Hcrold P H, Sau Bruno road nr Army 
Herzog Bros (Frank and Herman) 737 

Broadway 
Hofstetter Herman, Railroad ave bet 

Teneriffe and Falkland 
Hottua& Hanssen(NicholosHottuaand 

Andrew Hanssen) 715 Folsom 
Jung John C, 110 Main 
Kelley Michael, Mission Street Road nr 

Five-Mile House 
Kenealey William, 619 Grove 
La Chapelle J J, 230 Mission 
Lacaze B, 714 Sansome 
Lang!' y & Jones, 27 Washington 
Lathrop J J, 1504 Vallejo 
Lehner George, 14 Broadway 
Lewin Robert, IS Hayes 
Locke & Thomas (J P Locke and H 

Thomas) 670 Mission 
Maquoi John, 716 Greenwich 
Martella Ferdinand, College Hill, Mis- 
sion road 
McGregor Alexander, 760 Bryant 
McNeil Daniel, 834 Howard 
McTiernan Thomas, cor Paraguay and 

Platte 
Misgill T F, 1213 Steiner 
Moller F, 195 Stevenson 
Morcel Joseph, 12 Stockton Place 

ftflueller Wm Jr & Co (Wm 

and PW- Mueller) also wagonmakers, 
1128 Mission 



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Munro John, u s Filbert nr Fillmore 
Munroe Harry, San Bruno road 
Nicholson John, 438 Valencia 
O'Connor Michael, 407 Fourth 

O est en & Son. ^9 Main 

O'Neil Francis, 100" Golden Gate ave 
Pfile John F, 25 Steuart 
Roemer Joseph, 1835 Mission 
Rork* P 0, junction Mission Street 
Road and Onondaga ave 

Ruegg & Schlegel (A Ruegg 

and M Schlegel) also wagonmakers, 
972 Harrison 

Sanders H, 315 Mission 

Shaff Orrin M, also carriage- 
maker, 854 Howard 

Smith Geo W, 909 Washington 

Sullivan F, 1123 Market 

Todt & Boss (Fred Todt and Fred Boss) 
53 Beale 

Toothaker John, 1625 Pine 

Vetter August, cor Ninth and Brannan 

Von Emden J, cor Fifth and Clara 

Weber John, also wagonmaker, 
625 Brannan 

Wright & Hocking, 1507 Polk 



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BLANK BOOK MANU- 
FACTURERS 

Althof 4: Bahls (Herman Althof and 
J F W Bahls) 32'J Sansome 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Mar- 
ket 
Bartling & Phillips, 505 Clay 
Crocker H S & Co, 215 Bush 
Cunningham, Curtiss & 

Welch, SW cor Sacramento and 

Sansome 
HickS & Judd 50S Montgomery 
Leary A J, 402 and 404 Sansome 

Whelan & Tracy, R Ellon sec- 
retary, 540 Clay 



BLASTING MACHINES 
California E lectrical 

Works, 35 Market 

Currier C H, 28 Market 

Klein John IVI & Co, 720 Mont- 
gomery 

BLOCK AND PUMP MAK 
ERS 

(See also Pump Makers.) 
Avery R J, 35 Sacramento 
Currier C H, 28 Market 

BOARDING HOUSES 

(See also Hotels; also Lodgings.) 
Abbotsford House, M Bro an propr, 

N\V cor Larkin and Broadway 
Abbott Thomas, 215 Broadway 

Allen E S Mrs, 312 Eddy 

Arcade Hotel, C F Smith propr, 45 

Sacramento 
Arfstin A J , propr New Casino Hotel, 

cor Valencia and Twenty-eighth 
Ariani Santi, S94 Front 
Baker Charles, cor Railroad ave and Mar- 
quesas 
Bellegarde J B, propr Fifth AveTlue 

Hotel, cor Th >mas and Railroad ave 
Bellegarde Pascal, cor Railroad ave and 

Venezuela 
Blanken Herman, propr Six-Mile House, 

San Bruno road 
Bolting & Schloh, propra Pacific Hotel, 

825 Battery 
Boyle Robert, propr Northern Hotel, 

901 Battery 
Brennau Martin, 1001 Battery 
Brogan Michael, propr Abbotsford 

House, NW cor Larkin aud Broadway 
BrOWn Henry, S10 Broadway 
Brown Henry, 1012 Kearny 
Burdick S Mrs & Son (Mrs S and 

James) propra Columbia Hotel, 510 

Mission 

Burfeind John H, also lodging, 

JME cor Bay and Larkin 
Burke John, propr Union Hotel, 511 

and 513 Mission 
Callender John T, 5 Broadway 
Carrere Baptiste, Yazo t nr Thomas 

Carlson Charles, proprietor 

Seamen's Boarding House, 138 and 
140 Folsom 
Casey M, 430 Branuan 
Cerisola Nicoli, 331 Broadway 
Christiana House, Charles A Olsen 

propr, 218 Broadway 
City Hotel, J McGrath propr, 512 How- 
ard 
Claassen Jacob, Kentucky bet Sierra 
aud Nevada 



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Clarke George, 110 Pacific 

Classen Adolph, 1 1 Clay 

Collins Patrick, propr Washington 

Hotel, NW cor First and Mission 
Collins T Mrs, 314 Folsom 
Columbia Hotel, Mrs S Burdick & Son 

proprs, 519 Mission 
Cornyn James, 705 and 707 Front 
Costa James, 314 Pacific 
Cribbin Michael, 541 First 
Deane Chas F, 311 Pacific 
Denn Morris, 1327 Sansome 
Donovan Patrick, 510 Mission 
Douglass James, 710 Front 
Dowd Dennis, 625 Davis 
Dwyer Michael, 419 Brannan 
First Street House, Jacob Hor.ie propr, 

64 and 66 First 
Gaffney Peter, 105 Clark 
Gassmann House, Joseph Gassmann 

propr, 428 Broadway 
Gercke's Hotel, Frederick . Gercke 

propr, 922 Battery 
German Hotel, Fred C Janssen propr, 

18 First 
Gifford IW8 A Mrs, proprietress 

Arcade House, also lodgings, 930 Mar- 
ket 
Golden Eagle Hotel, D Hartnttt propr, 

NW cor Broadway and Montgomery 
Grell Frederick, propr Columbia Hotel, 

556 Brannan 
Handley C J, cor Louisiana and Napa 
Hashagen Hermann, 2013 Folsom 
Hintz & Buck (J Hintz and J 

Buck) Harmony Hotel, 735 Brannan 
Jackson Alexander, 816 Sansome 
Janseu E A, propr Mechanics' Boarding 

House, 116 Berry 
Janssen Fred C, propr German Hotel, 

18 First 
Johnson Frank, propr Eastern House, 

407 Drumm 
Johnson George H, 1017 Battery 
Keefe Timothy Mrs, cor Louisiana and 

Sierra 
Kerns Patrick, 425 Sierra 
Ketterer Andreas, 2209 Powell 
King Wm, 42 Sacramento 
Kiainhaminer Henrv, 135 Folsom 
Klevesahl E W, 426 Fourth 
Kneese George, NE cor Commercial and 

Battery 
Knck August, San Bruno road cor 

Twenty-sixth and Army 
Lacazette & Co (D B Lacazette and 

Padio Chasse) proprs Hotel and Cafe 

des Basses Pyrenees. 614 Broadway 
Lane W W, propr Mariner's Home, 504 

and 506 Davis 
Lang Louis, 20 Page 
Langford John, 43 Vallejo 
Lethiec R, 420 Jackson 
Lewis George, 6 Union 



Louisiana House, Mme Foucard propr, 

327 Montgomery ave 
Mackey P; 919 Battery 
Magistra C A, propr Verbano Hotel, 

532 Vallejo 
Malander Edward, 106 Jackson 
Manhattan Hotel, Mrs Catharine Daly 

propr, Alabama bet 25th and 26th 
Martens Marcus, cor Shasta and Michi- 
gan 
McAvoy Thomas, 414 Folsom 
McGrath J, propr City Hotel, 512 How- 
ard 
McMahon Peter, 117 Drumm 
Mello F O & Co (Francisco O Mello aud 

Antonio Fernandes Jr) 119 Jackson 
Miller Frank V Mrs, 118 and 120 Ellis 
Miller Wm, 5 Washington 
Miners' Home Hotel, R O'Connor 

propr, 261 First 
Mordaunt Edward, propr Mordaunt 

House, 10 Broadway 
Murray Thomas, 510 Davis 
Nevada Hotel, Martin Brunsen propr, 

528 Pacific 
New Hansa Hotel, Mrs W C Hansen 

propr, 320 Drumm 
Nicholas George, cor San Bruno road 

and Army 
Olsen Charles, propr Christiana House, 

218 Broadway 
Orselli & Francesconi, 702-706 Front 
Ortet Ernest, 814 Montgomery 
Pacific Hotel, Bolting & Schloth proprs, 

S25 Battery 
Paravagna Luigi, propr Garibaldi Hotel, 

222 Broadway 
Park House, Mrs E W Park propr, 

2759 Mission 
Pellisson & Co (Pierrie and Marrius Pel- 

lisson) proprs New William Tell 

Hotel. 619 Pacific 
Perry Richard, 41 Vallejo 
Pioneer Boarding House, Sarah Butter- 
worth propr, vv s Larkin bet North 

Point and Beach 
Popp Hermann, propr Popp's Hotel, 

2208 Powell 
Portland Hotel, James Carr propr, f/4 

Sacramento 
Presho Robert W a lter, p. opr Union 

Hotel, cor Michigan and Napa 
Py Alfred, Hotel de Fiance, 616| and 

618 California 
Quellmalz Otto, Cincinnati Hotel, 529 

Valencia 

Quiiici & Cervilli (A Quiiici 

and E Cervilli) proprietors Colombo 

Hotel, 621 Broadway 
R,eding Frank, San Bruno road bet 

Army and Eve 
Peed Chas, 9 Broadway 
Richardson J M, propr Villa Hotel, D 

bet Fifth and Sixth aves 



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Richter W H, propr First Avenue Hotel, 
cor Kentucky and Honduras 

Rickards James, propr Golden City 
House, cor San Bruno road and Silver 
ave 

Rodgers Philip, 1727 Market 

Roe ben George, 37 and 39 

Pacific 
Rosenmoller Louisa Mrs, 12 and 14 

Washington 
Rouch M Mrs, 51 S Mission 
Rowe August, 500 Fifth 
Sailor's Home, Daniel Swannack propr, 

SE cor Harrison and Main 
Santa Clara Hotel, August Hofman 

propr, 444 and 446 Branuan 
Sargent House, 3007 Mission 
Scandinavian Home, James Neilsen 

propr, 66 and 6S Oregon 
Schaefie Hermann, cor Fourth and Berry 
Schlesselmann John H, propr Ancon 

Hotel, 9 and 11 Pacific 
Schleweck Simon, Humboldt Hotel, 

231 and 233 Fifteenth 
Shaw William, 328 Drumm 
Smith Mary Mrs, 1S29 Mission 
South Park Hotel, C H Hoge propr, 
^ 530 Third 
St Nicholas Hotel, Keegan & Goodwin, 

212 First 
Stern D, 148 Sixth 
Striethorst Bros (John and Harry) San 

Bruno road nr Army 
Swiss Hotel, F Spaelti and A Gam;: 

proprs, 627 and 629 Commercial 
The Claremont, Mrs Maiinix propr, 448 

Sixth 
Thompson William, 103 Clark 
The Truesdell, Charles Tence 

proprietor, 1104 Market 
Union Hotel, John Burke propr, 511 

and 513 Mission 
Wackenreuder Vitus, 147 San Bruno 

road 
Wagner Adam, 34 Hayes 
Warncke Ernest, Venezuela 
Washington Hotel, Patrick Collins 

propr, NW cor First and Mission 
Weber George, propr Weber House, 

418 Broadway 
Wendt John C, NE cor Jackson and 

Drumm 
Wiese & Bumgarten (Charles Wiese and 

John Bumgarten) proprs North Ger- 
man Hotel, 26 Sacramento 
Williams J W, propr Sailor's Boarding 

House, 307 Broadway 
Woodworth John, 409 Pacific 



BOAT BUILDERS 

Burns & Kneass (John H Burns and 
George W Kneass) 71S Third and 5 
Mission 



Collins Timothy, 120 Berry 
Griffin John D, 239 Steuart 

Langrehr H C & Co, builders 

of metallic life and surf boats also life 
rafts, 14 Commercial 
Lanteri G F, NE cor Union and Front 
Penney John F, cor Kentucky and Ten- 
nessee 

Thornton & WQOdSey (Sam- 
uel Thornton and William Woodley) 
316 Main 

Vice Thomas, 42 Steuart 



BOILER ALARMS 
California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 
Klein John IV! & CO, 720 Mont- 
gomery 



BOILER MAKERS. 

Atlas Iron Works, J B Jardine 

proprietor, engines, boilers and shaft- 
ing, 213 and 215 Mission 

Belmor & Brown (George Belmor and 
John Brown) 208 and 210 Mission 

California Boiler Works, Pretorioas & 
Lernmer proprs, 125 and 127 Fremont 

Downie Boiler Incrusta- 
tion Preventive co, Joseph 

McGillivray manager, 204 Market 

Dundon's San Francssco 
Boiaer Works, P f Dundm 

proprietor, 131 and 133 Folsom 

Ewing Charles G, mgr Babcock & Wil- 
cox Boiler Mfg Co, 561 Mission 

Hall J V, 304 Beale 

Hamilton, Leach & Madden (James 
Hamilton, William Leach and Will- 
iam Madden) Keystone Boiler Works, 
SE cor Main and Folsom 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, Fulton Iron 
Works, 220 Fremont 

McAfee & Son (William and W A) 
210-214 Spear 

Moynihan & Aitken (T J 

Moynihan and James Aitken) 311 and 

313 Mission 
Ohmen Wm H, 22 Fremont 
Pretorious & Lernmer, 125 Fremont 

Rankin, Brayton & Co, Pacific 

Boiler Works, 127 First 
Rice Harvey W, 52-60 Bluxome 
Riley William P, 296Howaid 
Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, 

SE cor Beale and Howard 

Sacramento Boiler Works 

J V Hall proprietor, 304 Beale 

Union Iron Works, office 401 

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BOLT MAKERS 

Pacific Roiling M\\\, 202 Mar- 
ket & 

Payne Brothers (William and 

George L) manufacturers of nuts 
aud bolts, Norway iron carriage 
bolts, first premium Mechanics' Fair, 
Sau Francisco, 1SS5, 114 and 116 
Mission 

Phelps Manufacturing Co 

W S Phelps president, W H Phelps 
secretary, screw bolt works Black 
Point, office 17 Drumm 

BOOKBINDERS 

Acres & Williams (R T Acres and H E 

F Williams) 412 C mmercial 
Althof & Bahls, 329 Sansome 
Sancroft A L & CO, 721 Market 

Bartiing & Phillips (Wm 

Bariliug ;ind T K Phillips) 505 Clay 
Bramson S, 517 Geary 
Busweil Alexan<ler, 005 Montgomery 
Castillar H M Mrs, 642 Washington 
Griffiths <fc Malloye (John J Griffiths and 

Frank Malloye) 422 Sacramento 
HickS & Judd. 508 Montgomery 
HigginS J M, 525 Clay 
H using Henry, 344 Kearny 
Lea ry A J» 402 and 404 Sansome 
Matzeu Henry, 516 Pine 
Mclutyre J B, 423 Clay 
Nagel A G, 540 Bush 
Radius L> also manufacturer of 

fancy boxes, 538 California 
Wolff August, 409 Sutter 

Whelan ft Tracy, 540 Clay 

BOOKS AND STATION 

EEY. 

(See also Stationers.) 
Allsopp J P C, 1575 Market 

American Tract Society, 

Geo C McConnell superintendent, 757 
Market 
Ash F V Mrs, 1521 Missi-n 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 

BarkhaUd F W & D, 213 Kearny- 
Klake Sumner C (estate of) 503 Kearny 
Bloxhan Chas, NW cor Sixteenth and 

Mission 
BOUrgOin Adolph (second-hand) 

206 Montgomery ave 
BOWleS JameS, SE cor Leides- 

dorff and Commercial 
Boyd Theodore C, 47 Tbi d 
Brady T F. 2001 Fillmore 

Brier W W Rev & Son (W 

W Brier Jr) San Fr.mcisco Presby- 
terian Book Depository, 13 Sans> me 



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band English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, 
Latin, Greek, Hollander, Danish and Swedish 
Books. Library and Parcels of Books bought. 

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Cassidy M E Mrs, 143 Fifth 

Choynski I N, 39 Sixth 

Col well Wm, 114 Ellis 

Courvoiser & Carnduff (F L Courvoiser 

aud F F Carnduff) 1208 Market 
Crabb H Mrs, 2331 Mission 

Crocker HS& Co, 215 Bush 

Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, SW cor-- 

Sansome and Sacramento 
Currie & Co (A L and R Currie) 

514 Post 

Dewing J & Co, 420 and 4224 

Bush 
Dittmann E, 1514 Polk and 1324 Market 
Dodge Bros & Pray (Z N Dodge and F 

P Pray) 32 Geary 
Dorgan Thomas J, 339 Hayes 
Doxey William, 631 Market- 
Doyle Michael, 140 Ninth 
Duncombe William S, 30 Post 
Edgerly S A, 215 Montgomery ave 
Fairweather Julian, 542 Hayes 
Field J A, 805 Larkin 
Flood Michael, 831 Market 

Franklin Henry H, 2043 Mission 

Geiseudorfer Mary Mrs, 158 Second 

Geraghty Michael, U27 Foi- 

som 

Goldsmith J R, 1000^ Market 

Golly John B, 302 Stockton 

Green E Mrs, 224 O'Farrell 

Gregoire, T<iuzy & Co (Lewis Gregoire-- 
and Joseph Tauzy) 9 Post 

Guggenheimer S, 613 Kearny 

Guttman Fannie, 1324 Polk 

Hackett Lincoln E, 307 Fifth 

Hallwegen George, 32 Turk — 

Harris J F, 408 Hayes 

Harris Solomon, 402 Fourth 

Healy P J, 104 O'Farrell 

HenrickS Wm J, 432 Montgom- 
ery ave 

Hirsch David, 2218 Pine 

Hofmann Joseph A, 208 Montgomery 

Hook Bros (J F and A W) 20 Sixth 

Hoole S F Mrs, 122 Fourth 

Hunt James, 1738 Market 

King Bros, 3 Fourth 

King James H, 15 Fourth 

Leary A J. 402 and 404 Sansome 

Leavitt SB & Co, 406 Sansome 

L'-vin Jacob, 31 Taylor 



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Levin & Son (Lewis and Sol) 26 Stockton 
Long C, NE cor Washington and Powell 
Magill T W, 1018 Market 
Manderson John, 153 Second 
McDougall Matilda A, SE cor Sixteenth 

and Shotwell 
McSwegan Edward, 138 Fourth 

Methodist Book Deposi- 
tory, Rev John B Hill agent, 1041 
Market 

Montgomery Charles, 744 Mission 

Moore H H, 411 Montgomery — 

Murphy Win E, 20 Hayes 

OBrien T J, 805 Market 



Payot, Upham & Co (Henry lg£« wa 



Payot and Isaac Upham) 204 Sansome 
Pechner Win S, 403 Geary 
Pelbert John S, 418 Hayes 

Philan J N SW cor Sutter and Kearny | B ro7emk^hom 
Pinto Jacob, 503 Washington 
Proctor S Mrs, 76 Ninth 
Richardson Bros (Alex and James) 215 

Dupont 
Roman A, 120 Sutter- 
Rosenberg L, 506 Market _ 

San Francisco Presbyteri- 
an Book Depository, WW 

Brier & Son agents, 13 Sansome 
Scott James C, 22 Third 
Searles W A, 602 Montgomery 

Sorge Oscar, 211 Post 

Staake Ernest, 315 Third 
Strickland & Pierson, 3 Montgomery 
Tiedeman Henry H, 1630 Eddy 
Tonini M G, 829 Kearny 



Bausch Charles, 426 Third 
Bayer Henry, 2016 Mason 
Beran Adolph, 1901 ^ Mi-sion 
Beran E, 922$ Fols.-m 
Beran Frank, 1004 Pacific 
Berglund Niles, 1329 Clay 
Bercowitz Simon, 534 and 541 Pacific 
Besthorn Htrman, 122 Geary 

Bird Samuel A, 336$ Bush 

Blauchette Louis, 1736 Market 

Blume H, 627 Commercial 

Bock C, 510 First 

Boernicke Louis, 612 California 

Boisseau & Son (T and E) 324 Dupont 

Borsward Fred W 



Waibel Bros (Fred and Oscar) 243 16th- Cohn Meyer 341$ Fifth 
WaldteufeJ A, 757 Market - 
White James T & Co (J 
Dupont 

Whitney Sumner & Co (S 

Whitney, J Hasbrouck, F P Stone 
and F G Sanborn) (law) 613 Clay 
Wyatt S, 1117 Market - 



BOOTS AND SHOES-RE 
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Abrams Nathan, 534 Kearny 

Adams Benjamin, 1644 Polk 

Adler Leopold, 40S$ Larkin 

Alexander Isaac, 410 Pacific 

Algeo J, cor Railroad ave and Teneriffe 

Alkus E, 122 Sixth 

Alsenz Jacob, 1607 Geary 

Alt Christopher, 606 Vallejo 

Andrew Wm, 2601 Bush 

Axt L, 1064 Howard 

Baker John, 427 Fourth 

Balfrey John, 506$ Howard 

Baptiste S, 522 Taylor 

Barragat P, 1515 Dupont 

Bauer Gottlob, 109 Jackson 

Baumgarten J, 41S Fourth 



meo August, 414 Pacific 
Bourguignon August, 428$ Broadway 

Brill John Henry," Michigan bet 

Napa and Sierra 

1 12 Third 
Bru John, 726 Broadway 
Bruns Chris, 440 Fifth 
Brusker William, 2062$ Mission 
Bryani & Karsky (G Bryant and V 

Karsky) 1049$ Market 
Bussolino Severino, 502^ Union 
Buttertield R O, 779 Market 
Calahan David, 274 Brannan 
Camera Peter, 62S Broadway 
Carrull M, 753 Brannan 
Cases Albert, 702 Broadway 
Clark Jacob M, 399 Hayes 
Clark P F, 314 Sixth 
Clarke Charles, 609 Howard 
Cleary Patrick, 514 Mission 
Cohn Jacob, 103 Pacific 



Cohn S, 320 Sixth 
P WVvi+A\ oQ-iCohnreich Bros (I Cohnreich and I 
Haendel) 840 Market 
Coleman Joseph, 200$ Fourth 
Coleman Simon, 1643 Mission 
Connor Patrick, SW cor Union and 

Montgomery ave 
Corcoran Thomas, SW cor Twenty- 
fourth and Howard 
Costello Peter, 706 Larkin 
Cotter Maurice, 521 Valencia 
Cox James, 1161 Howard 
Coyle Henry, 402 Third 

Crawford George H, S2i Jack- 



Creedmon Wm, 27 Commercial 
Daugh John, 1804 Powell ' 
Davalos Faustino, 441$ Green 
Davis Harry E, 435 Franklin 
Davoren J J, 923 Eighteenth 
Deasy Bros (Jeremiah and Cornelius) 

118 Third 
Demartini Giovanni, 229$ Montgomery 

ave 
Descalso Bros, 42 Sixth 
Deutsch J, 1513 Geary 

Dietle Charles, 235 Bush 



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Domenici Giovanni, 1333 Dupont 

Domrowe Wilhelm, 1311 Pacific 

Donnovan P, 221 Eighth 

Donovan Daniel, 1412 Stockton and 423 
Montgomery ave 

Donovan Daniel, SW cor Union and 
Oct a via 

Donovan Martin, 1114 Pierce 

Donovan Timothy, 306 Jessie 

Dorler Anton, 223 Sixteenth 

Douglass Joseph, 814 McAllister 

Drechsler Louis, 947 Bryant 

Drexel W, 512 Montgomery ave 

Druhan & Gallagher (Thomas Druhan 
and James Gallagher) NE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Alabama 

Duffy Patrick, 1414 Pacific 

Dugan B, 1004 Bryant 

Dugan Bernard F, 225 Fif- 
teenth 

Dunn John B, 1145 Folsom 

Eberle Joseph, San Bruno road bet 

Army and Eve 
Ehrhorn August, 1220 Larkin 
Ehrhorn C, 222 Ellis 
Ehrhorn E, 1815 Polk 
Ehrhorn Rudolph, 1328 Howard 
Ehrsam Joseph, 1506 Dupont 
Ellis P, 938 Folsom 
Eppler Andreas, 522 Bush 
Ernst Peter, Mission bet Twenty -ninth 

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Etthofer Henry, 602 Fourth 

Evans George A, 1209 Fillmore 

Farley James, 1612 Polk 

Farrell John, 703 Howard 

Fengler H, 539 Clay 

Fengler Rudolf, 20 Hayes 

Ferreira Albert, 119 Jackson 

Ferris David, 603 Bush 

Fischer Fred, 2247 Mission 

Fischer William, 202 Montgomery ave 

and 1005 Kearny 
Flahaut & Ahern, 6 Sixth 
Flubacher E, 432 Bush 
Flynn James, 34 Second 
Foley John, 789 Folsom 
Ford John, 529 East 
Frank Max, 525 Kearny 

Franklin A, 239 Sixth 



A. FRANKLIN, 

(Formerly with Lesser Bros.) 

Importer and Dealer in 

I^IIYE SHOES 

239 SIXTH STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Frauen H H, 542 Third 
Frese Herman, 327 Dupont 
Friedel Frederick T, 158% Steuart 
Frohman Susman, 547 Hayes 



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ROSEWOOD, LI&N'JM-YITJE, BOXWOOD. 



JOH\ T WIGMORE, 

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Gallagher Michael, 2544 Foi 

sum 

Gallagher P B, 1J2 and 144 Fifth 

Galloup J B, 10S4i Howard 

Garabede John, 4S Sacramento 

Garrett Francis, 313 Third 

Geitner George, NW cor Sixteenth and 
Folaom 

Gerber John B, 302 Francisco 

Gerken Henry, 'J 10 Fuurth 

Giacomo Agosti, Mission bet Twenty- 
ninth and Thirtieth 

Gibbons Michael J, S3 Stevenson 

Giblin William, 145 Ninth 

Gilbert A, 302 Fifth 

C I n g Kee CO, 320 Battery 

Goepel Robert, 2234 Greenwich 

Goldman S, 403 Sixth 

Goncalves Manurl, 616 Post 

Gosliner & Co (Samuel Gosliner and 
Max Aronson) 52 Third 

Gottlieb Louis, 320 Taylor 

Grafe John, 1209 Stein er 

Grass Frederick, 8 Fourth 

Green M, 812 Valencia 

Grimes George C, 803 Folsom 

Guthberlet J, 546 Washington 

Haberly Fredrick, 1913 and 1915 Bush 

Hamann John, cor Bush and Pierce 

Hamillon Callaghan, 2615A Sutter 

Hanson Henry, 540 Washington 

Harris Abram, 35 Pacific 

Hayden Patrick, 410^ Brannan 

Healey A, Railroad ave nr Dominica 

Healy Daniel, 3253 Mission 

Healy Daniel, 1612i5 Mission 

Heavey B J, 49 Everett 

Heick Christian , SOS Fourth 

Heim F L, 121 Dupont 

Heinze Charles Fred, 111 Chattanooga 

Hemmer Henry, 104 Sixth 

Henry Joseph, 831 Geary 

Hepp George, 1 325 Dupont 

Hermann H, 720 Octavia 

Hess Jacob, 1709 Market 

Heyman Julius. 1946 Fillmore 

Hicky Edward,' 153 Fifteenth 

Hildebrandt Fritz W, 814 Buchanan 

H ilzi nger Cottlei b, 314 Fourth 

Hinders Henry, 340 Kearny 

Hoertkorn Charles 543 Washington 

Holder David, 118 Leidesdorff 

Holl George, 3005 Mission 

Horigan Daniel, SE cor 18th and Castro 

Horner William, 1420 Howard 

Howell HW, 1 SOS Polk 

Hue Kai&Co 123 Clay 

Hussey John, 414 Fulton 

Hussey John, cor Railroad ave and 

Venezuela 
Hutchinson A, 19 Seventh 

Isaacs Harris, ni Fourth 

Jackson Walter, SE cor Union and 
Kearny 



Jacobs B, 512 Kearny 

Jacoby Brothers, 25 and 27 Second 

Jennings F R, 704 Mission 

John, on A, 95 Commercial 

Johnson John, \-lh .Second 

Jones Orin & Co (Orin Jones) 769 

Market 
Kaliski Morris, 147 Second 
Kast & Co, 73 i and 7i0 Market 
Katschinski B, 10 Third 
Katz Abraham, 12A Dupont 
Kaufmann M, 25 Ue;:ry 
Ke^ne D D, S49 Valencia 

Kearney Martin, 1877 Mission 

Keenan Patri k, 505 Missiun 

KehoeP, 515 Eighth 

Kelly P, 515 Geary 

Kenney Michael, 4.5 Sansome 

Kenuey P, 222 Jackson 

Kmery M< rris, cor 24th and Chattanooga 

Kirkpatrick James, 501 Seventh 

Kleine Charles R, 1327 Polk 

Klibbeck Christoph, 704 Montgomery ave 

Knickman August. 161 1£ Mason 

Koch George, 604 Mission 

Koehler Wm, 2440 California 

Koenig Anton, 122 Kearny 

Keeper Frederick, 724 Montgomery ave 

Kohlbecher Joseph, 123 Fourth 

Kommer Emanuel, 331 Bush 

Kramer F, 221 Davis 

Kuhlenkamp H, Howard nr Fifteenth 

Lacktnann H, 210 Brannan 

Laib Anton, 906 Pacitic 

Laib Joseph, 1623 Post 

Landsberg Herman, 34 Sixth 

Landuc i Francesco, 224 Broadway 

Langenbeck William. 546 Fourth 

Lanouette Edward, 1517 Polk 

Lasky Isaac, 709 Larkin 

Lawson E R, 246 Fourth 

Leathe Benjamin, 10 ' Eleventh 

Leiser John A, 723 Uni n 

Leist Char'es, 2742£ Sixteenth 

Leonard P H, 4-J6 Sixth 



mnaaiBia 



THE RED SHOE STORE 

446 Sixth Street, cor. Bryant- 

A full assortment of United Workitr- 
men's Boots and Shoes and Philadelphia 
Shoes always on hand. 

P. H. LEONARD. 



Leonhardt Charles, 30$ Second 

Lesser Brothers (Herman Lesser) 40ii 

Kearny 
Lesser Jacob L, 2009 Fillmore 
LeutholtzT G N, 410 Kearny, rm 33 
Levy A, 530 Pacific 
Levy Ad>l ( l/ 1111 Howard 



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413-415 
Market St. 



IRON, STEEl, ET' 



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BARBERS 

Dissat Antonio, 511 Kearny 

Hefty J, 709 Davis 

Heyman L, 1 Spear 

Hyman Joseph, 703 Mission 

Klemm Hugo, 285 East 

Martin Antonie, 24 Folsom 

Mitchell F, Mission nr Steuart 

Schurr George, 4 Steuart 

Schworm M, 927 Pacific 

Silva M M, 631 Union 

Staffeubach E & Co (E Staffenbach and 

F Mitchell) 4 Mission 
Weber Charles F, 152 Steuart 
Will& Finck, 808 Market 

BATHS 
Harbor View Baths, hot sea 

baths, R Herman proprietor, cor Ba- 
ker and Jefferson 

BEDS AND BEDDING 

J arisen Alex, 593 and 595 Mis- 
sion 

Pacific Spring SVSattress 

Co, 25 New Montgomery 

BELL HANGERS 

Will & Finck, 808 Market 

BILLIARD SUPPLIES. 

Will & Finck, 308 Market 

BLACKSMITHS 

Crockard Hugh, 20 Mission 

BLANK BOOK MANU- 
FACTURERS 

Higgins J M, 525 Clay 

BOARDING 

Ahlgren Charles G-, 26 Folsom 

Cane John, 15 Howard 

Gaffney Peter, 541 Second 

Janson Charlie, 206 Steuart 

Moller & Wilson (F F Moller and Law- 
rence Wilson) 263 East 

Sundberg Peter G, 47 Sacra- 
mento 

Windsor House, Jas Gilleran 
proprietor, 905 Market cor Fifth 

BOAT BUILDERS 

Clark & Webster (Geo Clark and B F 
Webster) 22 Howard 

BOILER WORKS 
Moynihan & Aitken, 3ii and 

313 Mission, SW cor Beale 

BOOK BINDERS 
Harrington W D S, 223 Market 

Malloye & Broder, 422 Sacra- 
mento 



MOYNIHAN & AITKEN, 
Boiler Works, 

311 and 313 Mission St., S.W. Cor. Beale, 



S»an Francisco. 



T. J. MOYNIHAN. 



J. AITKEN 



High and Ltoxv Pressure Boilers 

of all kinds built according; to Drawings or Spec- 
ifications, and Sheet Iron Work execu- 
ted at the shortest notice, on the most reason- 
able terms. Repairing promptly attended 
to, and at reasonable rates. 



BOOKS AND STA- 
TIONERY 

Corden T J, 525 Fourth 

Duncpmbe & Co, 211 Post 

Frey & Vizard (Wm A Frey and Henry 

Vizard) 107 and 109 Post 
Lowinger Adolph, SE cor Sutter and 

Dupont 
Reuben M, 321 California, rm 9 
Schaffner Carl, 430 Third 
Sweeney M, 843 Market 

Tauzy, Gifford & Co, 120 

Sutter 
Thompson F R, 73 Fourth 

White James T & Co. 210 

Sansome 
Woodward, Street & Ray (G P Wood- 
ward, J F Street and C E Ray) 216 
Phelan Building 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

BandoniG, 113 Clark 

Brevot Aug, 15 Hayes 

Blltterfield & Co, Consumers' 
supply house, 777 and 779 Market 

Chase R P & Co, 869 Market 

Crawford C H, 924 Washington 

Fenglor Oscar, 5^ Mission 

Gallagher E Mrs, Railroad ave bet 
Paraguay and Tenerifte 

Gauggel Leo, 181 Minna 

Grass F, 20 aud 22 Fourth 

Haller George, 307 Minna 

Healy Daniel A, Railroad ave bet Man- 
itoba and Dominica 

Lester Chas, 12 Steuart 

Levi B, 420 Hayes 

Marks Salomon, 87 Stevenson 

McLennan Charles. Georgia 

bet Napa and Sierra 
McMahon James, 1 149| Folsom 
McNamara A, 12 Fifth 
Musbacher George, 22 Steuart 
Neilson John, 12 Howard 
ParSOn A, boots and shoes at fac- 
tory price, 1225 Broadway bet Leav- 
enworth and Hyde 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 RoofflS, 



715 Haward St., nr. Third, S. F. Price per night, 50 
cents, 76 c«nte, and $1; per w«elc, from 92 upwards. 



SHIP PLANK and Timber, Locust TREENAILS. '&V5&K* 



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Porter, Slessinger & Co, 

7 and 9 Battery 
Scheer Henry, 1625 Leavenworth 
Spence Daniel, 1017i Clay 
Steele J B, 1933 Union 
Tirrel C & P H & CO, 109 Battery 

BOX FACTORIES 
Pacific Paper Box Factory, 

21 Montgomery ave 
Swan Geo W & Co, 114-124 Spear 

Truckee Lumber Co, 243- 

251 Berry 

BRASS FOUNDRIES 

Baud F, 522 Fulton 

Weed & KingwelKJHWeed 

and Vincent Kingwell) 125 First 

BREWERIES 
Albany Brewing Co, Fritz 

Hagemann president, J A Schaertzer 
vice-president, 71 and 75 Everett 

Broadway, 637 Broadway 

H ibernia, Matthew Numan propri- 
etor, 1229 Howard 

Norman n OttO, Pacific Coast 
agent for Wm J Lemp's Western 
Brewery, St Louis, Mo, 411 Bush and 
114 O'Farrell 

Phoenix, 528 Noe 

Swiss, Arnold Hensler propr, 416 Du- 
pont 

BREWERS' MATERIALS 

Overacre P J, 37 and 38 California 

BRICKS 
Brick, Tile and Terra 

COtta CO, James J Martin secre- 
tary, 4 New I F Building cor 
Seventh and Market 
San Jose Brick Co, W H Doughty mgr, 
slip 8 Oakland Ferry, main office San 
Jose 

BRIDGE BUILDERS 

Bur re 1 1 A W, president California 
Bridge Co, 22 California 

California Bridge Co, A w 

Burrell president, C E Cotton secre- 
tary, Henry H Burrell superintend- 
ent Oregon Division, 22 California 

Pacific Bridge Co, c h Gor- 

rill president, R W Gorrill secretary 
and treasurer, 169 Second, Portland, 
Org, and 4 California 

Pacific Construction Co, 

J M Thompson president, S Brown 
superintendent, 258 Market 

BROKERS- GRAIN 

McGlauflin L W, 18 California 

BROKERS- INSURANCE- 

Paphael Louis, 403 Front 



BROKERS-MONEY. 

Boas J, *20 Montgomery 
Weihe August, 400 Montgomery 

BROKERS-SHIP AND 
CUSTOM HOUSE 

Hunter James, 323 Front 

May hew H B, 405 Washington 

BROKERS-STOCK- 

BoUSfleld W C, 316 California 
Cope & D;ivis (George W Cope and 

George Davis) 318 Pine 
Franks Fred & Co (Fred Franks and 

Wdliam J Hayes) 321 Montgomery 
Frank & Gray (Edward P Gray) 318 

Montgomery 
Raum J M, 424 Montgomery 

BRONZE POWDER. 

Dorety Joseph H- 529 Commer- 
cial 

BUSINESS AGENCIES. 

BorOWSky M & Co(M Borowsky 
and C R. Johnson) 409 Geary 

Campbell & Duval (J B Campbell and W 
B Duval) 235 Kearny 

Gale J W & Co, 640 Market 

Creen J C, 224 Montgomery 

Kahn & Jones, 1016 Marker 

Lorentzen A P, 19Steuart 
Murphy & Co, 608 Market 
POUlSOn A, 1001 Market 

BUTCHERS. 
Darby & St rouse, Bay City 

Market 

Hoffman & Woenne, 606 

Market 
Keyes Orrison H, 50 Steuart 

Markel John L, ui3 and his 

Stockton 

Wagner F C & Bro, 1, 3 and 5 

San Francisco Market and 2, 4, 6, and 
8 Pacific Fruit Market, Clay St side 

CABINET MAKERS 

Shaw Nathan W, 510 Post 
Zerse J, 845 Valencia 

CAPITALISTS 

BaCOn H D, 426 California 
Hobart W S, 224 California 

CARPENTERS AND 

BUILDERS 

Anderson Brothers, 1209 

Market 
Chase W T, 2 Howard 
Day I H, 136 Main 
Peters Wm J, 510 Market 
Weber M, 317£ Dupont 
Weintraub D P, 2015 Mission 



I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 Perkins HOUSE «nd MULE SHOES, 
Market St. Globe- Putnam Northwestern Horse Nails 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



VorttRAT HAI3. Foi- Sale 
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Lewis E & CO (E Lewis and H 
Olcovich) 37 Second 

Lickel M, 100 Jackson 

Lindenbaum I, 943 Market 

Longtin J B, 140 Seventh 

Louis Marie, 639 California 

Lowenstein I, 931 Kearny 

Lowenthal Joseph, 927 Market 

Lowery Henry, 405 Brannan 

Loy Joachim. 1644 Mission 

Lubiuski Wm, 12$ Dapont 

Lucier Joseph, 101 Sixth 

Lucier Joseph, 1911 Fillmore 

Lucke H, 24 Geary 

Ludemanu Henry, 420 Broadway 

Luhrsen D, 222$ Second 
Lung John & Co, 312 Commercial 
MacDougall Neal, 3008 Mission 
M.icNatnara A, 12 Fifth 
Magnes Abraham, 306 and 30S Sixteenth 
Magues S D, 1207 Stockton 
Mahnard Ernest, 112 Washington 
Maier Charles, 834 and. 836 Kearny 
Main Edward, 315 Folsom 
Malpiedi Giuseppe, 528 Vallejo 
Mariani Angelo, 405 Broadway 
Marks Samuel, 87 Stevenson 
Marshal J D Mrs, 413 Hayes 
Martin Thomas, 1418 Pacific 
Matthews James J, 527 Sacramento 
MatthiesenM, 1101 Howard 
Matthison Matthias, 642 Filbert 
Mayer J E, 1706 Polk 
Mayers John, 1712 Leavenworth 
Mayow Robert, 705 Valencia 
McCarthy Chester, cor Mission and 

Thirty-first 
McCarthy Daniel, 1009$ Folsom 
McClellan James, 1619 Buchanan 
McCormick J, 593 Sixth 
McDonald James, 536 Sixteenth 
McGrath James, 515 East 
McKinney George, 45 Sacramento 

McLernan Charles, Georgia 

bet Napa and Sierra 

McNamara M, 1071 Market 

McNulty James, 816 Battery 

McNulty P F, 15 New Montgomery 

Meagher Wm F, 111 Geary 

Meatz Ferdinand, 213 Twenty-eighth nr 
Dolores 

Menge W, 1503 Post 

Meran Emilio, 1417 Dupont 

Meyer Albert, 908 Valencia 

Meyer August, 2126 Fillmore 

Michael Gustav, 132 Third 

Miles Eldrige G, cor Church and Twen- 
ty-eighth 

Miller F J, 405$ Natoma 

Miller M & Co (M, John and Miss M 
Miller) 2133 Mission 

Miller W P, 409 East 

Mollor Conrad, 340 Fourth 

Moloney Patrick E, 103 Fifth 



Monaghan Patrick, 1059 Folsom 
Monnin Bros, 603 Montgomery 
Moore John, 1032 Folsom 
Moore Puchard, 260 Eighth 
Moore & Murphy (J Moore and J 

Murphy) 138 Sixth 
Morris A Mrs, 322$ Third 
Moynihan L, 310 Seventh 
Mueller Charles, 2008 Polk 
Muhl August, cor Twenty-fourth and 

Potrero ave 
Muller Frank, 242 Sutter 
Mutchler Christian, 4 Golden Gate ave 
Nagel Jacob, X6 O'Farrell 
Nary N, cor Teneriffe and Railroad ave 
Nelligan William H, 303$ Fifth 
Niven James & Co, 2760 Mission 
Noble James, 3008 Sixteenth 
Nolan & Descalso (M D Nolan and P C 

Descalso) 11 Third 

Nolan & Sons. 812 and 814 Mar- 
ket 

Nussa Wm, 1127 Dupont 

O'Grady John, 1921 Hyde 

Ohm F A, 430 Folsom 

Oppenheim Adolph, 763 Mission 

Oppenheim T L, 343* Fifth 

Pahl Richard, 324 Kearny 

Pardini E, 614 Washington 

ParSOn Andrew, 1221 Broadway 

Pasqualetti Pietro, 1720 Stockton 

Peck John, 20 Montgomery ave 

Pera Frank, 413 Broadway 

Pfeiffer Frederick, 220 Leavenworth 

Pope Chas W, 506 Market 

Pringle Gilbert, 1015 Market 

Quandt Gustav, 803 Jackson 

Quinn Daniel, 417 Twenty -ninth 

Quinn Fred, 613 Laguua 

Quinn John, 208 First 

Quinn John C, 223 Fifth 

Radtke Theo, 349 Fourth 

Raffetto Louis, 623 Broadway 

Rasmussen P, 232 Third 

Repenn Frederick, 521 Sacramento 

Rethy Geo, 933 Market 

Reubold M, 212 Bush 

Rice A, 521 Hyde 

Rieu J, 187 Jessie 

Risi A, 806 Greenwich 

Bobin Jean, 540 Green 

Robitscher S, 1808 Geury 

Rogers Hermann, 1315 Stockton 

Rohde Bros (Franz and August) 509 
Jackson 

Rohrbacher Geo M, 1239 Mission 

Ropankiewicz Andrew, 1712 Devisadero 

Rosenberg Benjamin, 33 Eddy 

Rosenblum Bros (D and H) 404 Hayes 

Rosenblum Phillip, 207 Sixteenth 

Rosenstein J, 142 Ninth 

Rosenthal Bros & Co (I L and M Rosen- 
thal and M Sondheimer) 1418 Polk 
and 132 Post 



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Ross Alexander, 503 Hayes 

Rudeni A F, 37 Pacific 

Runge Frederick, 1120 Taylor 

Russell J B, 704 and 700 Market and 5 

and 7 Geary 
Ryder HA, 122 Folsom 
Sablatschan Jarley, 810 Laguna 
Schade A, 517 Valencia 
Schallehn August, 510 Bryant 
Scbau A, 503 Fourth 
Schau Max, 131 Second 
Schmaelzer Fred, 1 Virginia 
Schmaus Frans, NE cor Franklin and 

Bush 
Schmidt Henry, 910^ Howard 
Schmitt J Geo, 203^ Montgomery ave 
Schmitt Otto, 134 and 432 Pacific 
Schneider Charles, 416 Folsom 
Schneider Henry, 423 O'Farrell 
Schocker Jacob, 102 Clay 
Schrank H, also branch laundry, 

1118 Folsom 
Schroder J C, manufacturer pat- 
ent gaiter boots, 101 Third, SE cor 
Mission 
Schuerg George, 405 Twenty-fourth 

Schwerdt Peter, 152 Eddy 

Seifert M, 986 Harrison 

Sheehan M & Son, 360 Third 

Siefke Ferdinand, 240 Sixth 

Siess J, 1137 Mission 

Skerrett & Donnelly (T Skerrett and T 
Donnelly) 226 Sixth 

Smiley J, 1023 Howard 

Smith J W, cor Sixth and Brannan 
j Sollofine P, 706 Montgomery ave 
! Spadier Peter, 527 Commercial 

Staake Ernest, 315 Third 
| Staib C, 932 Folsom 
| Standard Shoe Co, 963 Market 

Stievler Jacob, 502 and 212 Pacific 
I Strauss E, 224-230 Sixteenth 
| Strozynski B, 1004 Valencia 
j Studwick Joseph E, 206 Fifth 



Stuinpf J, 1002 Bush 

Stumpf Joseph, 643 Post 

Stuinpf M, NE cor Chestnut and Mason 

Sudreau Jean, 225 O'Farrell 

Sullivan J, 600 Battery 

Sullivan J, 736 Brannan 

Sullivan W M, 1424 Washington 

Thoman Jacob, n s Filbert nr Fillmore 

Thompson Robert-, 73 Fourth 

Thumlcr C L, 6 Sacramento 

Thunder Henry, 28$ First 

Travers D, 396 Sixtn 

Tuehler Theodore, 210i Clara 

Utschig John, 326 Bush 

Villemeur John J, 4 Summer 

Vogel Charles, 502i Post 

Vogelman H, 248 and 250 Sixth 

Vuscovich V, 543tj Merchant 

Wachter Rudolph, 711 Davis 

Wallace W H, 1717 Market 

Walsh Edward I, 3246 Mission 

Walsh James, 218 First 

Walsh Jerome, 445 Twentieth 

Walsh John, 22 Seventh 

Walsh Michael, 27 Third 

Waterson William, 502 Ellis 

Wax Paul, 711 Sutter 

Weber Frederick, 621 California 

Weber & Co (G Weber and W Bran- 

scheid) 625 Commercial 
Webster Thomas, 623 Howard 
White Mathew, 605 Commercial 
White Thomas W, 1 002 Buchanan 
Wienberg C, 957 Folsom 
Wildgans G, 392 Dolores 
Wilkinson William, 1212 Polk 
Winters Thomas, 1017 Clay 
With row & Co (I M Withrow) 148 Ninth 
Wolf H & Bro, 208 Sixth 
Wolfarth J M, 1322 Pacific 
Wolff Jacob, 615 Montgomery ave 
Worslev Peter, 225 Sixth 
Yore John P, 1807 Powell 
Zschiesche Christian, 1422 Dupont 



JOHN G. SCHRODER, 

Sole Manufacturer of the FAVORITE GAITER BOOT, 

BOOTS amp SHOES 



Of the Latest Style always on hand and made to order. 

FURNISH UPPERS TO SUIT THE TRADE, 

WHOLESALE AND.RETAIL. 

101 THIRD STREET, corner Mission. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

No Buckling, or Buttoning, or Lacing. It is the easiest 
and neatest wearing Gaiter Boot in the world. 




X fl.6 VTlclIl I iOWO.Gr CO. * Bainlmann, Nielsen & CorOeneral'Ajreiits. S. f". 



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431-4JS7 Market St. Agricultural Im- 
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WHOLESALE 

B3rnheim E & Co (E Bernheim) factory 
Oakland, office 106 Battery 

Buckingham & Hecht; (Thos H Bucking- 
ham, Isaac and Louis Hecht Jr and 
Louis P Wiel) NW cor Haight and 
Rough 

Cahn Nickelsburg & Co 

(M i Cahn, S Nick els burg, JBastheim 
andCerf Weyl) 129 and 131 Sansome 

Earle & Co (S A Earle, A W Bryant and 
C H Sawyer) 765 Mission 

Hecht BrOS & CO (Isaac, Jacob 
H, A E, Loins and M H Hecht) also 
agents for Hercules boots, 25 and 27 
Sansome 

Hobart, Wood & Co (B Hobart 

and S A Wood) 15 Sansome 
Hue, Kai & CO (Cheang Hue, 

Quan Kai and Hee Kee) 123 Clay 
Kutz & Murr (G M Kutz and Lewis 

Murr) 107 Battery 
Mitchell & O'Rielly (crimpers) (Michael 

Mitchell and Jas 0'B.ielly) 175 Jessie 
Nolan Bros (James C and William H) 

101 and 103 Battery 
Nolan P F & Co (P F Nolan) 71 and 73 

Stevenson 
Nolan & Sons, 812 and 814 

Market 
Oppenheimer Charles & Co (Chas Oppen- 

heimer) 113 Battery 
Porter, Slessinger & Co (Geo H Porter, 

L Slessinger and Jos Kahn) 7 and 9 

Battery 

Rosenstock S W & Co (S w 

Rosenstock and Marion Leventritts) 

SE cor Sansome and Bush 
Rosenthal, Feder & Co (S Feder) 33 and 

35 Battery 
Seiberlich's A Sons (F X, T W and E 

H) 117 Pine 

Tirrell C & P H & Co, 419 Clay 

United Workingmen's Co-operative 
Boot and Shoe Co, J D Sullivan pres, 
W Rosie sec, 513 Market 

Wentworth Boot and Shoe Co, I M 
Wentworth pres, C L Field sec, office 
12 Bush 

Wing WO Lung & CO, manu- 
facturers, 211 and 2J3 Clay 



BORAX 

Harmony Borax Mining Co, 121 Market 
OlCOVich BrOS, 12 and 14 Front 
San Bernardino Borax Mining Co, 106 

Leidesdorff, rms 7 and 8 
Smith Julius P, 59 Nevada Block 



BOTTLE DEALERS 

(See Junk Dealers. ) 



BOTTLERS 



Blumenthal & Mund.&'Sami 

66U Mission 
Buck John J, 231 Second 

California and Oregon 

Cider CO, bottlers of the Cele- 
brated Oregon Cider, 218 and 220 
Davis 
Chase Alvah M, superintendent 
Beer Bottling Department of John J 
Buck, 231 Second 
Deucher &, Kalben (Gotfried Deucher 

and Ed Kalben) 245 Second 
Goeppert Geo & Co (Geo and Wm Goep- 
pert and Fred Haussler) 519 Chestnut 
Hall Sullivan R, 775 Mission 
Lang Adolph, 775 Mission 
Roschmann Charles, 736 Fourth 
Scholfield Anson, 10 Hayes 
Sorenson, Dunker & Co, 425 Clay ■ 
Wiener Bottling Co, O Fausspropr, 916 
Ellis 



BOX BRANDS 

Schmidt Label and Litho- 
graphic CO, 27-31 Main 

BOX MAKERS 
California Cigar Box Co (C 

A Hooper, M P Hubbard and Geo W 
Hooker) Berry bet Third and Fourth 
Con ley Alexis, 43 1 Valencia 

Hobbs, Wall & Co (J K c 

Hobbs and J G Wall) 314 Spear 
Korbel F & BrOS (Frank, Anson 
and Joseph) (cigar) corFifth and Bry- 
ant 

Myers & Racouillat (H B 

Myers and L Racouillat) cor Ninth 
and Harrison 

Pioneer Paper Box Manu- 
factory, C Thiebaut proprietor, 
765 Mission 
Radius L (fancy) 538 California 
San Francisco Box Co, J R Carrick, H 
Williams and W S Wright proprs, 
515-519 Fifth 

Tay Ceo H & Co (tin) 6i4-6is 

Battery 
Thiebaut C (paper) 765 Mission 

Truckee Lumber Co, 243 251 

Berry 
Union Box Factory, R E Morry mgr, I 
114-124 Spear 

Waizman Max (paper) 539 1 

Market 
Waldstein A (paper) 320 Sansome 
Wempe BrOS (paper and jewelry) j 

573 and 575 Market 
Weston C W, 213 Mission 



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BRASS FOUNDERS 

California Brass Works, Weed & King- 
well proprs, 125 First 

Dalziel & Moller (R Dalziel and W 
Moller) 415 Mission 

Carratt W T. *ls° machine works, 
138-144 Fremont 

Ciovannini & Osterloh (Phil- 
ip Giovannini and Francis Osterloh) 
105 Fremont 

Greenberg's M Sons. 205 

Fremont 
Particelli Angel, 720 Bryant 
Roylance J, 41 H Mission 

Tay Ceorge H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

Union Brass Works, Giovannini & Os- 
terloh proprs, 105 Fremont 

Weed & Kiugwell (J fi Weed and Vin- 
cent Kingwell) 125 First 

Whyte & DeRome (Neil C Whyte and 
Louis DeRome) 137 Beale and 292 
Howard 



BREWERIES 

Adams JaCOb, 637 Broadway 

Ahrens Henry & Co, Chicago 

Brewery, 1420-1434 Pine 
Albany Brewing Co, Fritz Hagemann 

pres, J A Schaertzer vice pres, 71 

and 75 Everett 
AnStett A & CO (James Denehy, 

Daniel Donohoe and Charles Kreuter) 

proprietors Lafayette Brewery, 725 

and 727 Green 
Bauer John, cor Fillmore and Waller 
Bavaria Brewery, A M Frauenholz 

propr, NYV cor Scott and Greenwich, 

office e s Montgomery ave nr Vallejo 

Boca Brewing Co, William 

Hesse superintendent, office Berry 
nr Fifth, and branch office 406 Sac- 
ramento 
California Brewery, Weinrich Schulte 
propr, cor Twenty-sixth and Bryant 
and Serpentine ave 

Chicago Brewing Co, 

N Ohlandt president, W TGungbluth 
secretary, 1420-1434 Pine 

Enterprise Brewery, F Hille- 

brandt &. Co proprietors, 2015-2019 
Folsom 



FaUSS O & Co, proprietors Willows 
Brewery, SE cor Mission and Nine- 
teenth 

Fortmann & Co (H F and F Fortmann) 
267-271 Tehama 

Frederick W A & Co (Win A Frederick, 
Geo Shafett and D Sullivan) Jackson 
Brewery, 1428 Mission 

Fredericksburg Brewing Co, E A De- 
nicke mgr, 8 F depot 539 California, 
brewery San Jose 

Hibernia Brewery, M Nunan propr, 
1225 Howard 

Hillebrandt F & Co (F Hille- 

braudt, N L Meyer and P Windeler) 

2015-2019 Folsom 
Humboldt Brewery, 1S39 Mission 
Kronenberg & Co (F Kxoneuberg, Ph 

Rohrbaclier and Max Schwab) cor 

Franklin and McAllister 

Lafayette Brewery, a Anstett 

& Co proprietors, 725 and 727 Green 

Milwaukee Brewery, Lur- 

mann & Garms proprietors, 612 and 
614 Seventh 

National Brewing Co, Chas 

E Hansen president, George F Volz 
secretary and A McLaughlin superin- 
tendent, SE cor Fulton and Webster 

North Beach Brewery, Joseph Schw»rz 
propr, 308 Chestnut 

Pacific Brewery, Fortmann & Co proprs, 
267-271 Tehama 

Philadelphia Brewery, estate 

of John Wieland proprietor, 228-240 
Second 

San Francisco Stock 

Brewery, Fred Bruns president, 
Rudolph Mohr secretary, Chas Wil- 
mot brewer, 2118 Powell 

SchUSter Fred, 423-427 Valencia 

Schwarz Joseph, propr North Beach 
Brewery, NE cor Powell and Chestnut 

South San Francisco Brewery, Walde- 
meier & Zimmerman proprs, cor Rail- 
road ave and Paraguay 

St LOUiS Brewery, Lawrence 
Waechter proprietor, 1524 and 1526 
Pacific 

Union Brewery, Thode Henning propr, 
326 Clementina 

United States Brewery, Kronenberg & 
Co proprs, cor Franklin and McAllis- 
ter 

Waechter Lawrence, pro- 
prietor St Louis Brewery, 1524 and 
1526 Pacific 

Washington Brewery, Claus Wreden & 
Co proprs, SE cor Lombard and 
Taylor 

Wieland John (estate of) pro- 
prietor Philadelphia Brewery, 22S-240 
Second 




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Nineteenth 
Wreden Claus & Co (Claua and Henry 
Wreden, Carl C Vorrath and William 
Fautz) proprs Washington Brewery, 
SE cor Lombard and Taylor 



BREWERS' MATERIALS 

Bach & LUX (Charles Bach and F 
A Lux) 535 and 537 Sacramento 

Bauer J C «3t CO (J C Bauer and 
Joseph Schweitzer) 632 Sacratnento 

Herrmann & CO. SIS Sacra- 
mento 

Union Manufacturing 
and Machine Co, neMain 



BRICK 



MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Docking John, 407 Montgomery ave 
Mallon P, Berry bet Third and Fourth 
Patent Brick Co, Philip Caduc pres and 

A T Eastland sec, 512 California 
Remillard Brick Co, P N Remillard 

pres, Pacific Street Wharf 
Thornhill Joseph, 1612 Mason 



BRIDGE BUILDERS 
American Bridge and 

Building CO, Thoa Thomson 
president and John P Sheldon secre- 
tary and treasurer, 22 California 

California Bridge Co, Alfred W Burrell 
pres and C E Cotton sec, 22 Cali- 
fornia 

McMullen J, president San Fran- 
cisco Bridge Co, 10 California 

Pacific Bridge Co, C H Goville pres and 
B. W Goville sec and treas, 4 Califor- 
nia, and 169 Second, Portland, Or 

Pacific Construction Co, J M Thompson 
pres and S O Brown supt, 45 Fremont 

San Francisco Bridge Co, 

J McMullen president, M J Mertons 
vice president and R Percy Wright 
secretary, 10 California 

BROKERS-GENERAL 

Boas Judah, 420 Montgomery 
Page Bros (Arthur and Geo T) 40S Cali- 
fornia 
Watson Thomas, 308 California 

BROKERS-GRAIN 

Bent Edward F, 411 California 
Bernhard Robt, 310 California 
Bloom Jonas, 220 Sansome 



Blum, Baldwin & Girvin (S Blum, B 
Baldwin and R D Girvin) 319 Cali- 
fornia 
Bray's Sons & Co (Edw M and Robert 

A Bray) 228 Clay 
Brooks Max, 215 Sansome 
Cahen A & Co (A Cahen and L Kauf- 
man) 302 California 
Clerc Raoul, 62 Merchants' Exchange 
Costigan. Cohen & Co (J M Costigan, 
Wm G and Edgar A Cohen) 203 
Battery 
Davis J B F, 216 Sansome 
Elliott Richard, 44 Merchants' Exchange 
Ejjpinger & Co (J and H Eppinger and 

B Ettlinger) 302 California 
Field & Stone (A B Field and B F 

Stone) 126 California 
Friedlander T C, 304 California 
Gallego E C, 308 California 
Gerberding A, 61 Merchants' Exchange 
Grosh A B, 22 California 
Hobbs F, 218 California 
Kahn Maurice, 310 California 
Kline L, 302 C Jifornia 
Mayhe.v H A, 28 Merchants' Exchange 
McGlauflin L W, 18 California 
McPherson Wm, 304 California 
Mehlert Edward, 62 Merchants' Ex 
Mills & Co (E T V Mills) 307 California 
Ransom Elisha & Co (Elisha Ransom) 

204 California 
Redington H W, 304 California 
Schmitt B L, 6 Merchants' Exchange 
Smith Fred M, 308 California 
Stauf Werner, 415 California 
Walkington Thos G, cor Berry and Fifth 
Wangenheim H & Co, 308 California 

Waterman M & Co (Herman 

and Joseph Waterman and A Pfister) 
also commission merchants, 108 Davis 

Wheeler James L, 204 Front 

Yates W H, 310 California 

BROKERS^HOUSE 

(See Real Estate Agents.) 



BROKERS-INSURANCE 

Allen D H, 421 California 
Barton S M, 302 Sansome 
Berton G A, 311 Montgomery 
Bockius C G, 428 California 
Brooks G W, 306 Sansome 
Brotherton Robt, 216 Sansome 
Crooks J G, 306 Sansome 
Desmond J J, 322 California 
Fassett H H, 216 Sansome 
Feldbusch J H D, 428 California 
Franconi Louis, 322 California 
Fraser Hugh, 302 Sansome 
Godfrey E A, 322 California 
Hayes M J, 415 California 



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Kirk W H, -434 California 
Leary C M, 428 California 
Macdonald A S & Co (A S Macdonald) 
411 California 

Mackie James B, Anglo 

Nevada Assurance Corporation, 410 

Pine 
Maxwell J D, 421 California 
McCloskey J H, 216 Sansome. 
Nnttall J R K, 411 California 
Parent Mary E Mrs, 302 Sansome 
Prather J M, 322 California 
Sheldon M L, 302 Sansome 

BROKERS-MERCHAN 
DISE 

Alexander & Son (0 and C 0) 121 Cal- 
ifornia 

Baldwin J C, 109 California 

Chadbourn C F, 200 California 

Derby Thos, 320 Sansome 
I Durand J A, 409 Battery 
'< Gamble James, 16 Nevada Block 

Hagan & Manheim (Benjamin 

Hagan and Isaac Manheim) 217 San- 
some 
Herzberg M, 423 Washington 
Hochkoller Rudolph, 203 Front 
Holmes D B & Co (D B Holmes) 40 
California 
! Hughes H & Co (H Hughes and J Q 
Adams) 123 California 
Ireland William, 121 California 
Jeffray Win, 204 California 
Jennings C B, 121 California 
LaWSOn F A, also paper, 123 Cali- 
fornia, rm 16 
! McCormick F H, 109 California, rm 5 
i Perry W F, 214 California 
Pinto Wm, 40 California 
Richardson Wm, 218 California 
J Ritzawaller S, 214 Sansome 
Roy George E, 225 Sacramento 
Tetzen Ch, 302 California 
Zellerbach I, 214 Sansome 



BROKERS-MONEY 

Angell A J, 424 Montgomery 
Barth Phil, 317 California 
Beatty Samuel G, 314Moncgomery 
Cohn S S, 428 Montgomery 

Hagan & Manheim, 217 San 

some 
Kaempfer W H, 240 Kearny 
Kirk W H, 434 California 
Lacy H, 321 California 
Little John T, 314 Montgomery 
Neville EH, 116 Montgomery 
Oppenheimer & Salinger (J L Oppen- 
heimfr and Wm Salinger) 422 Mont- 
gomery 



PollitZ Edward, also land script 

and warrants, 403 California 
Russell Edwin, 330 Pine, rm 48 
Smith Ferdinand, 316 Montgomery 
Smyth H M, 326 Pine 



BROKERS-PAWN 

Abrahamson S, 515 Montgomery 
Aronson George, 126 Kearny, rm 9 
Cohn R B, 1068 Howard 
Franklin M J Bro (Moses J and Noah J) 

226 Dupont 
Franklin Noah J, 1 106 Market 
Gibbon E F, 625 Kearny 
Hanak J, 820 Kearny 
Hirschfeld J H, 510 Kearny 
Hyman Wm, 16 Kearny 
Jacobs Abraham, 613 Pacific 
Levy E A, 62S Kearny 
Levy I D, 647 Washington 
Lichtenstein Benjamin H, 702 and 704 

Kearny 
Lichtenstein L H, 820 Kearny 

Lichtenstein M H, 617 Wash 

ington 
Salomon J L, 622 Kearny 
Sampson Korper, 212 Dupont 
Schmalz Wm, 250 Sutter 
Shawl Mark, 226 Fourth 
Simon Emmanuel, 447 Third 
Weihe August, 400 Montgomery 



BROKERS-SHIP AND 
CUSTOM HOUSE 

Bauch P G, 520 Battery 

Bellingall & Miller (P W Bengali and 

P Miller) 50S Battery 
Beyfuss C, 206 Front 

Boden John H & Co (John h 

Boden and Julius Quinchard) 504 

Battery 
Bruntsch & Wheeler (Charles Bruntsch 

and Robert S Wheeler) 500 Battery 
Bunker H S, 50S Battery 
Doyle & WilSOn (R E Doyle and 

Charles Wilson) 307 California 
Edson C A & Co (C A Edson, John G 

Hoyt and Robert Swayne) 504 Battery 
Gardner & Wolcott (Jas H Gardner and 

C P Wolcott) 504 Battery 
Heise Chas Ed & Co (Chas E Heise and 

— Hohwieser) 510 Battery 
Hessler Charles, 518 Battery 
Hollis Joseph, 226 Sutter 
Houston W J & Co (W J Houston) 116 

Front 
Lolor Chas P, 30 and 31 Merchants' Ex 
Mattooti & Danglada (J S Mattoon and 

I Danglada) 502 Battery 
MayheW H 8, 405 Washington 



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Pierce E C Forwarding Co, 

Jonathan Bourne Jr president, E G 
Pierce superintendent, 20 California 
Reed Geo W, 50S Battery 
Schleiden J F, 324 Washington 
Ten Bosch John & Co (John M Ten 
Bosch and T H Betteridge) 302 Mont- 
gomery, rm 8 
York E R, 34 California 



BROKERS-STOCK 

Anderson Chas E, 318 Pine, rm 1 
Armstrong John L, 318 Montgomery 
Atkinson Thos T & Co (Thos T Atkin- 
son) 337 Pine 
BaCOil Martin, 325 Montgomery 
Baird Andrew, 104 Leidesdorff 
Bernhard Joseph, 404 Montgomery 
Blow A W, 415 California 
Bourne John B, 12 Leidesdorff 
BOUSfield W C, 312 California 
Brooks G W, 300 Sansome 
Brown R G, 410 California 
Buckman A E, 314 Montgomery 
Cahill E & Co (Edward Cahill) 406 

Montgomery 
Coffin, Sanderson & Cook (J E Cook, 
G R Sanderson and A F Coffin) 312 
Pine 
Colman M, 304 Montgomery 
Crocker & Suydam (J H Crocker and 

J N Suydam) 327 Pine 
Dahl B F, 331 Montgomery, rm 18 
Deane Coll, 326 Pine 

Dinsmore R & Co (R Dinsmore 

and Marsh French) 2'2Sh Montgomery 
Dixon Samuel, 238 Montgomery 
Duncan William L, 306 Montgomery 
Duperu N, 421 California 
Edwards & Co (William Edwards) 316 

Montgomery 
Fox Charles W, 318 Pine, rm 2 
Fox Henry L, 339 Pine 
Francis Harry, 215 Sansome 
Franks Sam, 306 Montgomery 
Friedlander M, 419 California 
Gardiner Baldwin, 314 Montgomery 
Gauthier E & Co (E Gauthier) 316 

Montgomery 
Gillon James, 318 Pine, rm 2 
Goldman M & Co (Max Goldman and 

Louis Lippman) 306 Montgomery 
Gray Edward P, 318 Montgomery 
Greenbaum L & Co (L Greenbaum) 326^ 

Montgomery 
Greene H A, 304 Montgomery 
Greenebaum & Straus (Jacob Greene- 

baum and Emanuel Straus) 232 Mont- 
gomery 
Grossmeyer M H, 219 Sansome 
Gurnett A G & Co (A G Gurnett) 308 

Pine 



Hadley & Doud (Fred W Hadley and 

W A and Aaron Doud) 326 Pine 
Hall Edward F Jr, 330 Pine 
Hall Marcus P, 330 Pine, rms 1 and 2 
Helbing August, 403 California 
Hellmann A C, 308 California 
Herman Martin, 324 Pine, rm 6 
H ickOX CeO C, and secretary Man- 
ufacturers' Association, Merchants' 
Exchange 
Hooker Richard C, 336 Pine 
Horn R G, 337 Pine 
Hosmer D M & Co (Geo J Henry) 314 

Montgomery 
Irwin & WatSOn, 411 California 
Ives G I, 402 Montgomery 
Jones & Norwood (J H Jones and W E 

Norwood) 320 Pine 
Kaufman C H, 307 Montgomery 
Kenney & Dyer (C A Kenney and J P 

Dyer) 337 Pine 
King Homer S & Co (Homer S King) 

314 Pine 
Kraimer Isaac, 420 Montgomery 
Kullmann & Co (S Kullmann and W 

Lowenberg) 313 Montgomery 
Laing & Ruggles (C D Laing and A B 

Ruggles) 306 Montgomery 
Lebatard M, 436 Montgomery 
Levison M L, 322 California 
Liebermann Theo, 326 Pine 
Mackenzie J, 210 Montgomery 
Marshall Louis, 304 Montgomery 
Martin M S, 316 Montgomery 
Marye George T & Son (George T and 

George T Jr) 234 Montgomery 
McCormick W G, 302 Sansome 
McGowan P A, 302 Sansome 
Nicholson J C, 214 California 
Nicholson J H, 410 California 
Noble H H & Co, 307 Montgomery 
O'Connor Thomas, 304 Montgomery 
Otis & Co (Stephen Otis) 316 Montgom- 
ery 
Paterson James, 238 Montgomery 
Paxton Charles E, 330 Pine, rms 1 and 2 
Perry John Jr, 413 Montgomery 
Phipps A B, 306 Montgomery 
Pollltz Edward, 403 California 
Rehfisch & Co (Maurice Rehfisch and 

Emanuel Epstein) 238 Montgomery 
Rich Bernard, 306 Montgomery 
Rogers Robert F, 330 Pine, rm 10 
Rose L S, 406 Montgomery 
Schmitt J L & Co (J L, C A and M 

Schmitt) 6 Merchants' Exchange 
Shinn Howard H, 318 Pine, rm 3 
Shotwell Joseph M, 318 Pine, rm 12 
Smiley T J L, 314 Montgomery 
Stoutenborough Geo C, 318 Pine, rm 8 
Strauss & Bender (E Strauss and W 

Bender) 306 Montgomery 
Sweet H A, 331 Montgomery, rm 21 
Taylor W S, 314 Montgomery 



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Tobin R G, 314 Montgomery 
Uhl George, 314 Montgomery 
Utter F W, 113 Leidesdorff 
Van Wyck Henry L, 308 Pine 

Wakefield S B & Co (Sam 

Bell Wakefield and A W Foster) 322 
Pine 

Warren S P & CO (S P Warren) 
405 California 

Whitely T, 314 Montgomery 

Wright W H, 337 Pine 

Wyer G W, 424 Montgomery 

Zadig, Wollberg & Go (H Zadig, J 
Wollberg and J Marks) 303 Mont- 
gomery 



BRONZE GOODS 

Gross^. Wm, 120 Sutter 

Linforth James. ut> Front 

Paudler Joseph, proprietor San 
Francisco Bronze Works, 773 Mission 

San Francisco Bronze 

WorkS- Joseph Paudler proprie- 
tor, 773 Mission 



BROOM AND BRUSH 
MANUFACTURERS 
AND DEALERS 

Armes & Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 
Asal AdOlf, H47vV Mission 

Atlantic Brush Co, 510 Montgomery 
Buchanan Brothers (Findley, William, 

Edward aud P H) 609 Sacramento 
Copson Benjamin, 322 Davis 

Eureka Broom Factory, 

Lambert Van Laak proprietor, Eight- 
eenth bet Shut well and Folsom 
Figer Joseph, 231 Post 
Fulton C C, 115 Drumm 
Harrison & Dickson, 220 Front 
Hubbert Walter K, 1922 Howard 
Lake & CO (I ^ Lake) 411 Sacra- 
mento 
MacKenzie G F, SI 7 Geary 
Palmer & Steers (L \V Palmer and E E 

Steers) 315 Davis 
Simpson R W, factory 609-615 Branuan, 

salesroom 319 Sacramento 
CJnna Jacob, 151-157 New Montgomery 

Van Laak Lambert, proprietor 

Eureka Broom Factory, Eighteenth 
bet Shotwell and Folsom 
Zan & Plancich (Vincent Zan and 

Nicholas Plancich) 510 Front 



BUGGIES 
Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Markeo 



BUGGY TOPS 

Stein ChaS W, 265 Stevenson 



BUILDERS MATERIALS 
Latson Frank P & Co, 2S and 

30 New Montgomery 
Osborn R F & CO, 751 Market 



BUNG AND PLUG MAN 
UFACTURERS 

Hardenburgh Isaac, 134 Main 
Mixer Ceo H, 117 and 119 Main 
Swift James, li21 Mission 

Waas Henry, 720 Minna 



HENRY WAAS, 

WOOD TURNER 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Wooden Bungs, Taps, Plugs, 

720 MinnaSt., bet 8th db 9th, San Francisco. 

Established fcince 1856. 

Patronize Home Industry. 

ALWAYS on hand all kinds of FAUCETS for 
St'eam Beer, Flat Beer, Ice Boxes, Wine, Ltquqn 
Vinegar, Acid. MARBLE IRON BUSHES FOR 
BEEKKEGS. fiT SOFT and HARO WOOD 
BUNGS, Wine Flugs, Tap Plugs, Butter Plugs, 
Ship deck Plugs. Pattern Bnngborers, Copper- 
brands (numbers and letters) all sizes, Ke^- 
brushes, Bungstarters, Pottle cork Machines. 



BURGLAR ALARMS 
California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 

Klein John M & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 



BURGLAR PROOF LOCKS 
Latson Frank P & Co, 28 and 

30 New Montgomery 



BUSINESS AGENTS- 

Boas J- 420 Montgomery 
Boothby Wm T & Co, S38 Market 
Cahen Aug, general agent, 320 
Sansome 

Clement John, 21 1 Sansome 

Cooper H F, 19 Montgomery 

Covert H M, mgr Farmers' and Mer- 
chants' Business Agency, 203 Sacra- 
mento 

Eddy & Leavitt (Matthew T 

Eddy and \Y P Leavitt) proprietors 
Rebate Alliance, 45 Phelan Building 
Evers A C (German) 413 Kearny 
Camage John, 32S Montgomery, 



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mon Jr and H B Sears) rm 111 Phelan 

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MaSOn John. 511 California and 

331 Montgomery 
McAbee Alex, business agent with 

E J Baldwin, 27 Ellis 
Pilcherfe Co (W J Pilcher and Simon 

Hamberg) 326 Kearny 
Thomas Lizzie Mrs, 607-^ Washington 

BUSINESS~COLLEGES 

Barnard's Business Col- 
lege, G B Barnard manager, 46 

O'Farrell 

California Commercial 

College, Gr B Barnard manager, 
46 O'Farrell 
Globe Business College, J T Welham 
supt, 610 Clay 

Heald's Business College, 

E P Ileald and C S Haley proprietors, 
24 Post 

Pacific Business College, 

Chamberlain & Robinson proprietors, 
320 Post 



BUTCHERS-RETAIL 

Adrian Frank I, stalls 5 and 6 California 
Market 

Airey H J, SW cor Webster and Jack- 
son 

Antz Henry, stalls 1 and 2 Grand West- 
ern Market 

Arnold B E, cor Valencia and Twenty- 
third 

Astorg Alphonse, 108 Fifth 

Astorg Marcellin, 154 First 

Baccus R T, 300 O'Farrell 

Bacher Charles S, SE cor Clay and 
Taylor 

Bailly Bros (Arthur and Achille) 71 
California Market 

Baker Street Meat Market, Baker bet 
Bush and Pine 

Band Joseph, cor Eighteenth and Va- 
lencia 

Barnett Thomas, 328 Broadway 

Bender A F, cor Dolores and Twenty- 
ninth 

Bender Jacob, 1020 Howard 

Beppler John, 1518 Dupont 

Blaut Sam, 237 Sixth 

Bloch & Metzger (Achille Bloch and 
Chas Metzger) 1921 Bush 

Blumenthal A, 986 Folsom 

Boese H J, cor Clark and Davis 

Bosisio & Morando (C Bosisio and G 
Morando) 1522 Dupont 

Brady & Kafka (Otto Brady and Simon 
Kafka) 209 Sixth 



Brauer Henry & Co (Henry Brauer) 
1304 Stein er 

Brod J H, 3002 Mission 

Burgin Gustave, stall 26 Centre Market 

Bushnell C H, NW cor Leavenworth 
and O'Farrell 

Cabossel John, 172-2 Polk 

Cailleaud H & Co (H Cailleaud) 57-59 
California Market 

Canavan P F, 1129 Howard 

Cassidy Patrick, 201 Twenty-third 

Cazeaux Jean, 65 Centre Market 

Cazeres G, 322 Fifth 

Chiesa A, 439 Broadway 

Connolly Wm J, 1206 Valencia 

Consany & Eunde (A Consany and F 
Rnnde) 426 Natoma 

Convey Edward, SE cor Hyde and 
Green 

Cortelyou E & C, 4 Grand Central 
Market 

Coughlin J D, 303 Sixth 

Coutolenc Desire, 303 Montgomery ave 

Cronan Bros (L and J) Mission nr Thir- 
tieth 

Cuneo G & Co (G Cuneo) NE cor Du- 
pont and Union 

Daverkosen P, 2512 Bush 

Davis Benjamin, 1702 Hyde 

De Loca Gesualdo, SE cor Green and 
Dupont 

Decourtieux Armand, n and 

19 Pacific Fruit Market (see adv) 
Delano L T, 1145 Folsom 
Denhard John, 200 Ninth 
Di Vecchio Emil, 640 Post 
Di Vecchio Fenri, SW cor Hayes and 

Franklin 
Di Vecchio Stephen, 504 Valencia 
Dickson D M, 235 Third 
Dodge D, 159 Steuart 
Downey John, 946 Twentieth 
Drewes H J, 350 Twenty-fourth 

Duaue Edward, SE cor Seventeenth and 

Sanchez 
Dunlop D & Co (Daniel Dunlop) Haight 

iir Fillmore 
Edwards C E, New York Market, 242 

Third 
Eggert Henry, NW cor Montgomery 

and Union 
Ehrhardt Albert, 155 Second 
Engle Fred, 967 Mission 
Fabry L M, SE cor Hayes and Laguna 
Farrell Michael, 424 Fourth 
Faubel John, 2432 Sacramento 
Fay J & Co (Andrew Fay) 1573 Market 
Featherstone P, 1161 Folsom 
Ferrier J S, 44 and 45 Grand Central 

Market 
Filliot F, 123 Sixth 
Fischer Geo, 923 Larkin 
Fischer Louis, 1129 Folsom 



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Fisher Leonard, Palace Meat 

Market, SE cor Sacramento and Brod- 
erick 
Flach Joseph, 58S Seventeenth 
Flageollet H C, 912 Valencia 
Fogarty James, 70 and 71 Centre Mar- 
ket 
FordChas H, 211 Fourth 
Fos Isidor, 1304 and 1306 Dupont 
Fos J & Co, 1125 Mission 
Frank & Maybee (Adam Frank and 

Peter Maybee) Mission Market 
Freise Paul, 805 Buchanan 
French L, 5 Grand Central Market 
Fuchs N, 3 Grand Central Market 
Fulda B, SW cor Hyde and Geary 
Furlong Joseph, 1504 Polk 
GafFney John, 537 Fourth 
Gall Frederick G, NW cor Pobt and La- 
gun a 
Gans & Co (Isidor Gans) Grand Floral 

Market, 745 Mission 
Gans Sam'l, 7 Grand Central Market 
Ceantit A, 16 and 18 San Francisco 

Market (see adv) 
Gerhardt F J, 1837 Market 
Cermer J C, 214 and 216 Sixth 
Glenan Martin, NE cor O'Farrell and 

Jones 
Godsil T O, 1040 Bryant 
Goebel George, 247 Third 
Goedecke Louis P, 1322 Dupont 
Goldmeyer I H, 1600 Mission 
Graeber Chas, 2121 Fillmore 
Hames George, 173 Sixteenth 
Hammond & Brod (J C Hammond and 

A H Brod) 33 Fourth 
Hans J R, 216 Second 
Hansen & Co (C Hansen) 1604 Geary 
Hanson F, 1 1 and 12 California Market 
Harris Ed T, 4 Mission Market 

cor Mission and Sixteenth 
Hartman Jacob, 48 Grand Central Mar- 
ket 
Hartman S, 703 McAllister 
Hartnett Lawrence, 1302 Pacific 
Haub Philip, 502 Montgomery ave and 

1503 Stockton 
Hayden John, 525 Seventh 
Heineman & Stern (E Heineman and 

M Stern) 219 Sixth 
Hentrich L, 1-5 San Francisco Market 
Hertz J & Co (Jacob Hertz and Ad 

Scbetzel) 5 and 6 Centre Market 
Hildebrand August, 123 Seventh 
Hillers Henry & Co (Henry Hillers) 340 

Guerrero 
Himmelmann & Heinz (George Himmel- 

mann and Jacob Heinz) 1827 Union 
Hoare John, 1409 Folsorn 
Hofmann & Woenne, 606 Market 
Horn James H, 55 Centre Market 
Hornung Chas F, Mission Market cor 
Sixteenth and Mission 



Hubbert John, cor Twenty- fourth and 
Church 

Hughes John J, 209 Second 

J a gel Ski Frank, SE cor Clay and 
Powell 

Johnson Albert, 1645 Mission 

Jonas M & Co (M Jonas and G Golden) 
1117 Mission 

Joseph & Silverberg (J Joseph and 
A Silverberg) 1 New Metropolitan 
Market 

Junker Charles, 135 and 137 Gough 

Junker Fred, 1005 McAllister 

Junker & Ecks (Louis Junker and Hen- 
ry Ecks) SW cor Laguna and Fulton 

Kahn Bros, 1515 Geary 

Kane D J, cor Twenty-seventh and 
Church 

Katz Fred, 94-100 California Mar- 
ket 



FRED. KATZ, 



Beef and Pork Butcher 

DEALER IN 

Hams, Bacon, Lard, Smoked Beef, Mutton, 

Tongues, and all kinds of Sausages, etc. 

Stalls 94 to 100 California Market, 

Pine Street Entrance, San Francisco. 

CORNED AND SALT BEEF BY THE BARREL 

Hotels, Families, and Boarding Houses 

supplied. 

Marketing Delivered Free of Charge. 

" Telephone 5185. 



Kauffmann Jacob, 412 Third 

Kaufman Chas, Bay City Market, 1134 
Market 

Kaufmann Jonas, 613 Post 

Kaupert Joseph, Twenty-fourth nr Bry- 
ant 

Kearney Peter J, SW cor Filbert and 
Mason 

Kelly Joseph, 1159 Howard 

Kelly M J & Co (Michael J and Thos 
Kelly) 3 and 4 Centre Market 

Kelm Win H, 1226 Pacific 

Kirsch Emil, 2160 Mission 

Kramer Louis, 704 Battery 

Kramer Wm J, 1903 Geary 

Kratz Charles, 2436 Mission 

Kyes O H, 50 Steuart 
Lally Dennis J, 133 Eleventh 
Laporte Louis, 706 Broadway 
Lawrence & Levy (John Lawrence and 

Henry Leyy) 535 Clay 
LeBert Victor, 218 Eighteenth 
Le Maitre J*ules, 67 Centre Market 



ALL High Explosives 



ARE IMITATIONS OF GIANT POWDER 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Gen. Agents, S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



m-ffl Market Street. Hay, Hide, Hop, Rag, 
Wool, and Orchilla PRESSES. 



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Lehmann G, 2616 Bush 

Lehman n Marks, '2616 Bush 

Lesser & Godeau (Geo F Lesser and 
Julius S Godeau) 1404 Dupont 

Lev ens B W, wholesale dealer in 
and slaughterer of sheep 41 1| Cali- 
fornia 

Levy Max, mgr with C Steinfel, 936 
McAllister 

Lieb A H, SE cor Twenty-fourth and 
Guerrero 

Lilienthal Herman, 338 Sixth 

Lint Peter F, 1103 Leavenworth 

LintOtt ChaS, 20 Centre Mar- 
ket 

Livingston Luke, 1138 Howard and 240 
Fourth 

Maesen William, stall 10 New Metro- 
politan Market 

Mahlstedt John J, 322 Folsom 

Mallett J H, 1915 and 1917 Fillmore 

Markel John L, 1402, 1413 and 1415 
StocktoD 

Marxen Julius, 2021 Fillmore 

May wald Wm, SE cor Sutter and Dev- 
isadero 

McCarty James, 323 Third 

McDermott James, NE cor Tenth and 
Harrison 

McGowan T J, 519 Geary 

McGrath & Nutting (John H McGrath 
and Steven E Nutting) NE cor Scott 
and Ellis 

Mclnerney Thomas, 311 Broadway 

McMenomy J H, 8 and 9 California 
Market 

Menesini Y, 1300 Stockton 

Menesini & Giovannetti, 244 Fourth 

Merchant & Meriwether (Chris Mer- 
chant and H D Meriwether) 17-19 
California Market 

Merkelbach Wm, 12 San Francisco 
Market 

Meserth John L, Twenty-eighth, Va- 
lencia and Mission 

Meyer George, 2616 Bush 

Meyer & Akmann (Albert Meyer and 
Wm Akmann) 16 and 18 Sacramento 

Meyer & Bloch, 839 Geary 

Micheletti Pietro, SW cor Filbert and 
Dupont 

Miller H M & Co (H M Miller) cor 
Pine and Broderick 

Miller L & Co (Louis Miller) 823 Green- 
wich 

Moock Jacob, 31 Valencia 

Moock Peter, cor Ritch and Folsom 

Morgmstern Alfred, 9 Berry nr Third 

Morgenstern Alfred W, cor Third and 
Brannan 

Muller Fred, 43 Centre Market 

Muller John, 13 and 14 California Mar- 
ket 

Muller Louis, SE cor Minna and Third 



Muller & Koenig, 15 and 16 

California Market 

Nagel Wm, 627 Bush 

Nelson H & Co (Andrew Faist and Her- 
bert Nelson ) cor Bryant and Second 

Nelson James, Grand Arcade Market 

Newman Philip & Meyer, 43 Wash- 
ington Market 

Newman Simon, 46 Centre Market 

Northey <fc White (Frank Northey and 
J P White) 25 and 26 Grand Western 
Market 

Northmore Samuel, 1520 Folsom 

O'Brien John, 721 Brannan 

O'Donnell Patrick, 027 Bryant 

Oppenheimer Elias, 428 Grove 
O'Shaughnessy & Mangels (William 

O'Shaughnessy and H Mangels) Grand 

Arcade Market 
Ososke Isaac, 938 Harrison 
Ososke M, cor Fifth and Clara 
Ostman & Dikerson (Charles Ostman 

and Harry Dikerson) SW cor Van 

Ness ave and Oak 
Oswald Wm, 1012 Pacific 
Ott John S, cor Eddy and Pierce 
Pardi & Co (Antonio Pardi) 871 Mission 

Peterson Henry, ni7 Harrison 

Peutz Henry, NW cor Leavenworth 

and Broadway 
Pieperling & Wirth (Joseph Pieperling 

and George Wirth) SE cor Hyde and 

Union 
Pinchon & Drouin, SW cor Powell and 

Pacific 
Powers Thomas J, 138 Hayes 
Proll Henry Jr, SW cor Larkin and Clay 
Puetz W Joseph, 533 Haight 
Rader Konrad, 13 and 15 Pacific, fruit 

market and stall 56 Centre Market 
Reiule L Mrs, 9 Grand Central Market 
Riegelhuth Charles, 432 Third 
Roberts & Iverson (R M Roberts and G 

W Iverson) 25S Third 
Rcsenbaum Herman A, 1 and 2 Centre 

Market 
Rosenberg J, SE cor Larkin and O'Far- 

rell 
Rosenberg Louis, 4 New Metropolitan 

Market 
Rosenberg Louis Jr, 20 New Metropoli 

tan Market 
Rossi Giuseppe, 515 Broadway 
Rowan TD, 231 Eighth 
Samuel W A & Co (W A Samuel) cor 

Twentieth and Shotwell 
Say re Roger H, 407 Turk 
Scheuer Chas L, 418 Sixth 
Schmidt Ernest, 5 and 6 Grand Western 

Market 
Schneider Louis, 2004 Polk 
Schoenfeld Jacob, 331 Kearny 
Sch rader Bros, "Grand Central Market 
Schreiber Herman, 923 Eighteenth 



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Schuck E & Co (Emil Schuck and Ph 

Steckenreiter) 302 Beale 
Schultz & Reulein (Philip Schultz and 

Emil Reulein) cor Twenty-fourth and 

Florida 
Scully John, 322 Polk 

Seibel Philipp, 59 and 60 Wash- 
ington Market 
Seipel Charles, 2302 Mission 
Selig J, Grand Arcade Market 
Shyne James G, 339 Fourth 
Simon Rudolph, cor Harrison and Twen- 
ty-fourth 
Smith J A & Son (J A and Benj) 33 

Ninth 
Smith James, 108 Twelfth 
Smith John, 115 Ninth 
Smith M L, cor First and Folsom 
Solomon Simon, 1 and 2 Central Market 
Standard Cash Market, John L Markel 

propr, 1402 Stockton 
Starck John & Co (John Starck and 
Gottlieb Burgdorf) cor Leavenworth 
and Ellis 
Stark Luke, 529 First 
Steinfels Chas, 936 McAllister 
Stelling H & Bro, 2766 Mission 

Stephan John C, stalls i and 2 

California Market 

Stern Chas, 1078 Howard 

StOltz Charles J, H03 Folsom 

St »lz P J, 126 Eleventh 

Strauss B, stalls 27 and 28 Grand West- 
ern Market 

Strehl Charles, stall 3 New Metropolitan 
Market 

Stutz Jacob, stalls 52 and 53 Washing- 
ton Market 

TautphausP, 1426 Polk 

Terry L A, stall 7 Centre Market 

Thomsen F'H, 1405 Bush 

Tyson & Bill (A J Tyson and Geo Bill) 
SE cor Washington and Stockton 

Uri F & CO (F Uri and K Werthei- 
mer) 20-26 San Francisco Market 

Van Housen William, NE cor Ellis and 
Larkin 

Vincent John, 1604 Polk 

Vocke Chas & Wm, 48S Eighth 

Vogelsanger Marx, 529 Fourth 

Voll Henry, stalls 37 and 5T Centre 
Market 

Wagner Anton P, NW cor Mason and 
Chestnut 

Wagner Charles, 228 First 

Wagner FC& Bro, 2, 4, 6 and 

8 Pacific Fruit Market, Clay street 

s-ide 
Walheim Ottmir, 912 Twentieth 
Wedemeyer J H, cor Potrero ave and 

Sonoma 
Weisheimer Chas, 450 Sixteenth 
Werner George, 1812 Union 



Werner Louis, 910 Bryant 
Wetzel William, Folsom nr Twenty- 
second 
Whitman Henry, NE cor Greenwich 

and Steiner 
Wieners B H & Co (B H Wieners and 

Joseph Buttgenbach) pork stall 6 

New Metropolitan Market 
Wiersbitzky & Smith (Henry Wiers- 

bitzky and Erant Smith) 5 Jackson 
Wiggin Wm D F, 1306 and 1308 Market 
Winter & Theler (Geo Winter and Wm 

H Theler) stalls 12 and 38 Centre 

Market 
Witzeman & Staiger (W F Witzeman 

and J J Staiger) 417 East 
Wolff William, 511 Pacific 
Wuthrich John, 415 Geary 
Zecher Frederick W, 1S21 Powell 
Zeh Louis, SE cor Union and Dupout 

Zeitler Frederick, proprietor 

Mission Road Market, Mission bet 
Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth 
Zerr Caspar, 208 Francisco 



BUTCHERS-WHOLE 
SALE 

Alf Richard, St Thomas bet Savannah 

»nd Platte 
Avy Eugene, wholesale sheep 

butcher, 320 Sansome 
Brandenstein M & Co, LGodchaux mgr, 

529 Clay 
Brown & Draper (Reuben W Brown 

and Edward P Draper) St Thomas nr 

Railroad ave 
Byrne I M, 533 Kearny, rm 8 
Cannon Patrick, Manilla nr Yazoo 
Cru n ney & Hall (Jam^s Crummey and 

James Hall) Honduras, South S F, 

office 651 Harrison 

Donnelly, Dunne & Co (Ed 

ward F Donnelly a id James F Dunne) 
Honduras nr Kentucky, office 601 
California 

Fauser Chas \, Railroad ave bet Para- 
guay and Teneriffe 

Fitschen Adolph F, Railroad ave bet 
Dominica and Servia 

Groeschel & Reinhold (B Groeschel and 
Jacob Reinhold) 1602 and 1604 Market 
and 3 and 5 Hayes 

Holtermann John J, Kentucky bet 
Sierra and Nevada 

Horn & Chapman (Bernard Horn and 
C E Chapman) 504 Kearny 

Johnson J C & Co (J G- and 

Charles Johnson) cor Manilla, Yazoo 
and Honduras 
Kroeger Henry, cor Michigan and 

Shasta * 



I, S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 Market St. IKOW STEEL, All 

Kinds Blacksmiths' Materials, HEAVY HARDWARE. 



STOLTZ'S WALNUT COSMETIC 



Barkens Gray or Sandy Hair ami Whiskers 
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Lawrence & Levy (Joseph Lawrence and 
Henry Lew) Honduras, South S F, 
office 535 Clay 

LevenS B W, 41H California, rm6 

Miller & Lux (Henry Miller and Charles 
Lux) 533 Kearny, rm 2 

Moffat E fit H (Eugene and Henry) 
First ave, South S F, office 238 Kearny 

Oregon Stock and Butchering Co, Geo 
W Scott sec, 202 Sansome 

PegLlillan E, St Thomas bet Savan- 
nah and Platte 

Peterson C, St Thomas bet Savannah 
and Platte 

Poly, Heilbron & Co (A Heilbron and 
Brother and S Clay burgh) 339 Kearny 

Regan Cornelius, St Thomas bet Savan- 
nah and Venezuela 

Regan Patrick, Manilla nr Yazoo 

Roads M, St Thomas bet Savannah and 
Platte 

Salles Bertrand, cor Railroad ave and 
Venezuela 

Schoenfeld Jacob, Honduras, South S F, 
office 331 Kearny 

Schrader Bros (W F and R C) stalls 46 
and 48 Grand Central Market 

Schumacher Bros (Henry D, Diedrich 
and Amandus) Yazoo bet Montenegro 
and Manilla 

Schweitzer J & Co (Jacob Schweitzer 
and Isaac Levy) Clay Street Market 
and 111 Post 

Shrader Andrew J, Honduras nr Ken- 
tucky 

Silverberg Simon, Honduras, South S F, 
office 320 Sanaome 

Smith J B, Ocean View 

Sullen Frank, St Thomas nr Railroad 
ave 

Sylvester Daniel, Honduras nr Kentucky 

Sylvester John, Honduras nr Kentucky, 
South S F 

Uri Felix & CO- 20-26 San Fran- 
cisco Market and 530 Clay 

Wagner Lewis, Yazoo nr Manilla 

Wissel August, cor Kentucky and Mani- 
toba 



BUTCHERS' TOOLS 
Linforth James, H6 Front 



JAMES LINFOKTH, Agent for Zimmerman 
Meat Cutters, Draw Cut Butcher Machines, 
Choppers, Stuffers, and Lard Presses, Tanking 
Outfits, " Butcher Boy" Steam Engines. Cata- 
logue on application. 116 Front Street. 



BUTTER — WHOLESALE 
Whitney C E & Co, 101 and 103 

California 



BUTTON HOLE MAKERS 

Coppage John W, 31 Second 
Levy P, 1013 Stockton 



CABINET MAKERS 

(See also Furniture Manufacturers and 
Chair Manufacturers; also Car- 
penters and Builders. ) 

Amendt Emil, 506 Larkin 

Brewer J, 1737 Market 

Davies Shadrach, 905 Clay 

Forbes A J, 213 Mission 

HaUSSler L F, new style of cylin- 
der writing-desks made, 231 Jackson 

Heubner Emil, 572 Brannan 

Kemp & Co (Joseph Kemp and William 
Bateman) 114 and 116 Mission 

Kittler C Wm, 204 Powell 

Klotz J A, 322 Seventh 

Koehler Charles, 231 Ellis and 

246 Taylor 
Long F A, 20S Leavenworth 
Proff J, 215 O'Farrell 
Rogers Wm J, 12 Taylor 
Searle J W, 5110 Post 
Suckow Charles, 23 Montgomery ave 
Tanron Chas, 1325 Polk 
Wyman Charles, 1317 Mission 
Zehfuss Frederick W, 835 Mission 



CABLES-SUBMARINE 
AND AIR LINE, 

California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 
Klein John M & CO, 720 Mont- 
gomery 



CABOOSES 

Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, 225-239 
Market 

Montague WW&Co, 309-317 

Ray W S & Co, 12 Market 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



CANNED FISH-WHOLE 

SALE 
Whitney C E & Co, 101 and 103 

California 



CANCER CURE. 
Martin Mrs, 342 Third 



Hobbs, Wall 4 Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, 2£S H». 



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sure the same. The confidence of Ladies 
will meet with that respect and sym- 
pathy that only one woman can show 
to another. Private Home for Ladies 
during Confinement. 

MRS. MARTIN, 
LADIES' PHYSICIAN. 

Cancer Positively Cured Without 
Operation. 

342 Third Street 

CANDLE MANUFACT 
URERS 

Coleman W T & Co, agts, SE cor 

Market and Main 
OlCOVich BrOS 12 and 14 Front 
San Francisco Candle Co (Egbert Jud- 

son, P R and W C Woodman) 402 

Front 



CANNED GOODS 

(See Hermetically Sealed Goods. ) 

CANNED MEATS- 
WHOLESALE 

Whitney C E & Co, 101 and 103 

California 



CANNERS PRESSES AND 
DIES 

RODbinS F A, 221 and 223 First 



CANS-TIN- 
Pacific Packers' Can Co 

John Lee superintendent, 1158 Harri- 
son 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



CAPITALISTS 

Adamson W R H, agt Adolph Sutro, 

rm 74 Montgomery Block 
Ains worth George J, 16 Nevada Block 
Aldrich W A, 314 California 
Allen H H, 318 Pine, rm 17 

Baldwin E J, 27 Ellis 

Harney B A, 328 Montgomery, rm 19 
Beaver Geo W, 418 California 



Belden Josiah, 314 California 

Blackwood William, 109 California 

Bouquet J J, 1305 Dupont 

Bowie Allan St J, 314 Montgomery 

Boyd & DaviS, 126 Kearny 

Brickall John, rm 79 Montgomery Block 

Brittan N J, 109 California 

Brooks H S, 32S Montgomery, rm 20 

Brown J W, lil Merchants' Exchange 

Burton C H, 419 California, rm 5 

Coleman James V, 42 and 43 

Nevada Block 
Coulter George T, 320 Sansome 
Dana George H, 314 Pine 
Davis Samuel, 406 California 
DeLaveaga M A, 258 Market 
Dean Peter, 320 Sansome, rm 9 
Drake Samuel, 521 Sansome 
Drexler L P, 314 Pine 
Dutertre Louis, 36 Montgomery Block 
Fair James C, 230 Montgomery 
Farwell Willard B, 324 Pine 
Felton C N, 123 California, rm 1 
Fisk Asa, 240 Montgomery 
Flood James C, 6 Nevada Block 
Fox Henry A, 113 Leidesdorff 
Gamage John, 328 Montgomery, rm 5 
Gamble Alexander, rm 83 Montgomery 

Block 
Graves William H, 310 Pine, rm 44 ... 
Grayson George W, 327 Pine 

Haggin James B, 51 Nevada 

Block 
Harmon A K P, 79 Nevada Block 
Hastings C F D, 636 Clay, rm 2 
Hastings S Clinton, 636 Clay, rm 2 
Haywood Alvinza, 224 California 
Hearst George, 53 Nevada Block 
Hoag William M, general man- 
ager Oregon Pacific Railroad, 302 
Montgomery, rm 7 
Hobart W S, 224 California 
Hobron Thomas H, 401 California 
Hopkins E W, 329 Pine, rms 16 and 17 
Hopkins Moses, 329 Pine, rms 16 and 17 
Hyman Brothers (Hyman W, Henry 
W, Michael, Morris and Joseph) 
206 Front 
Juillerat A E, 601 California 
Kellogg J G, 314 California 
Kennedy John F, 3 Post 
Kirketerp C, 204 California 
Kraner P H, 328 Montgomery, rm 5 
Lazard Freres, 205 Sansome 
LeBreton Edward J, 217 Sansome 
LeRoy Eugene, 217 Sansome 
Lewis M, 320 Sansome 
Lewis Sol, 320 Sansome 
Loupe Leopold, 218 California 
Luning Nick, 211 Sansome 
Margetson F G J, 309 California 
Marx Jacob, -45 Nevada Block 
Mather J W, 214 Sansome 



Nobel's E xp c '§P^Pn 



FOR VERY HARD ROCK AND SUBMARINE BLASTING. 
» | Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., General Agents, San Francisco. 



DENNETT JUMP SEATS. 



Truman, Isham «& Hooker, 421-427 Market St 
WHOLR^ALK AND RETAIL. 



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May Henry, 309 Montgomery, rm 42 
Maynard John H, 315 California 
McCreary A B, 211 Sansome 

McCary Edward, 3io Pine, rm 

47 
McLaughlin Chas (estate of) K D Mc- 
Laughlin executor, 16 Montgomery 
ave 
Mecartney Amos, 6 Montgomery ave 
Melone Drury, 325 Montgomery 
Menzies Thomas, 310 Pine, rm 19 
Merrill Annis, 59 Nevada Block 
Merritt Samuel, 22 Califurnia 
Meyer Chas, 211 Clay 
Mills Edgar, 204 Montgomery, rm 12 
Montgomery Alexander, 606 Montgom- 
ery 
Moody J L, 40 California 
O'Connor Cornelius, 6 Nevada Block 
O'Neill Richard, 19 Nevada Block 
Payne Theodore F, 116 Leidesdorff 
Perrin E B, 402 Kearny 
Phelan James, 806 Market, rm 232 
Pond E B, 318 Pine, rm 6 
Pope O C, 310 Pine, rm 18 
Proctor John, 224 Front 

Rpbinet Eugene, 4iii Califor- 
nia 

Robinson A, 318 California 
Robinson L L, 320 Sansome 
Rogers Henry, 22 California 
Rosenbaum A S & Co (A S Rosenbaum 

and Joseph Brandenstein) 19 First 
Rosenbaum Moses, 206 Front 
Ryer Washington M, 401 California 
Salisbury Monroe, 320 Sansome 
Schmeidell Henry, 320 Pine 

Sherman Richard M 

Montgomery 
Sherwood Robert, 309 California 
Steinbach Rudolph, 217 Sansome 
Stevenson Robert, 331 Montgomery 
Tevis Lloyd, NE cor California and San- 
some 
Webb C C, 405 Front, rm 3 
Williams J N, 320 California 
W T illiams & Bixler (Thomas H Williams 

and David Bixler) 320 Sansome 
Whartenby James, 612 Clay 
Whitney John R, 612 Clay 
Wright John T, 6 Merchants' Exchange 
Young William W, 302 Montgomery 



606 



CAP MAKERS 

California Cap Co, F J Fletter mgr, 310 
California 



CAR SPRINGS 

Betts Spring Co, W M Betts pres and 
Edward Tretwell sec, 218 Fremont 



CARBONS-ELECTRIC 
LIGHT AND BATTERY 

California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 
Klein John M & CO, 720 Mont- 
gomery 



CARD WRITERS 

Dwyer John P, 620 Market 



CARDS 

(See Advertising Cards.) 



AND 



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CARPENTERS 
BUILDERS 

Abbott S S, 1652 Mission 
Acker F V, 1207 Polk 
Ackerson C H, 215 Kearny, rm 7 
Alexander I E, 616 California 
Andersen J, 625 Washington 
Andressen Henry, 2610 Mission 
Ashmead G S, 41 Sacramento 
Ayer J Y, Hardie bet Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 
Baldwin J W, cor Annie and Stevenson 
Bamber John, 8 Taylor 
Bohnenberg F, cor Kentucky and 

Sumatra 
Boman Chas E, 13 Stockton 
Bovyer WmL, 510 Sacramento 
Bowles Geo R, 223 Post 
Brown & Rogers, 1340 Bush 
Brownrigg W J, 524 Castro 
Carr J G, 20 Taylor 
Castagnino Emanuele & Son (E Castag- 

nino) 1509 Stockton 
Chick Elwell, NW cor Washington and 

Hyde 
Clark Treat P, 429 Greenwich 
Coady Charles F, 2927 Mission 
Cohane L, 710 Turk 
Conrad H A, 625 California 
Cook John, 515 Pine 
Cook Richard, 1704 Fillmore 
Cornell S V, 1508 Mason 
Curtis J P, 314 Jackson 
Dano F E, 271 » Pine 
Davis E, 2515 Mission 
Dewitt & McCausland (J C Dewitt 

and W E McCausland) 320 Jackson 
Disse William, 807 Folsom 
Dornan P, 724 Howard 
Divebel C A, 5 Minna 
DunsingF W, 3011 Mission 
Dunster J H, 416 Clementina 
Dutton & Kennedy (L J Dutton and J 

Kennedy) 237 O'Farrell 
Eiben & Scheffauer (Henry Eiben and 

Geo Scheffauer) 225 Post 



M0RETTI & TEEZZINI, Fresco Painters 



Phelan 
j Building* 



John Wigmore, HARDWOOD LUMBER. 129 to 147 Spear St. 



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Ellis Chas, 205 Ellis 

Ellis Charles, junction Mirket and Va- 
lencia 

Emery S 8, 423 Geary 

Everts J J, 1219 Steiner 

Farrell Edward, 63S Market 

Eavilla C & Co (C Favilla and P Pali- 
dini) 1513 Stockton 

Fitzpatrick Arthur Gr, 516 Kearny 

Flood Alex, 30 Geary 

Foltz & Stilwell (F G Foltz and Wm 
Stilwell) SE cor Bush and Van Ness 
ave 

Ford & Butler (Geo Ford and G But- 
ler) 312 Jackson 

Freese F, S27 Sutter 

Frichette L D, 106 Washington 

Gang Herman, 1074 Howard 

Gerisch George, Mercy Place off Jack- 
son 

Gerts N L, 1704 Sacramento 

Giesmann C, SW cor Union and Mason 

Gilbert Augustus, 329 Francisco 

Gilmour Wm, 704 Laguna 

Gitsham Chas, 717 Valencia 

Grasshoff Frederick, 1510 Powell 

Green Leon, 1641 Howard 

Green William, 407 Brannan 

Green Samuel T, 2122 Fillmore 

Guilbert August, 329 Francisco 

Hand G W & Co, 510 Market 

Hanlon John, 1617 California 

Hanson J P, 1502 Stockton 

Hart man Christian, S27 Sutter 

Hathaway Nathan, 1612 Mission 

Hills S M, 111 Jessie 

Hirsch Fred, 105 Sixth 

Holt S W, 6164 California 

Horstmeyer & Thiele (W Horstmeyer 
and R Thiele) 37 Annie 

Hussey A C, 627 Sacramento 

Hutchinson & McLean (Wm H Hutch- 
inson and Joseph R McLean) 209 Ma- 
son 

Jacques I F, 1 14 Montgomery ave 

James Wm H, 126 Eddy 

JefferiS P E & I W, also con- 
tractor, 15 Trinity bet Sutter and 
Bush and Montgomery and Kearny 

Johnson Wm M, 1713 Sacramento 

Johnston J, 1910 Fillmore 

Jones Thos, 1120 Taylor 

Judd C M, 1503 Pine 

Kenny W J, 509 £ Hyde 

Klatt Ferd, 516 Kearny 

Kleebauer F C, 133 Clipper bet Twenty- 
fifth an:l Twenty -sixth 

Kley & Dudden (Chris Kley and Fred 
Dudden) 108 Geary 

Klotz Joseph A, 322 Seventh 

Kluber Joseph, 919 Montgomery 

Kock Otto, 1406 Mission 

Krager A F, San Bruno Hotel bet Army 
and Eve 



Kreger W M, 115 Davis 

Krone Julius, 711 Sutter 

Lagrange F, 320 Montgomery 

Laherty Peter, 713 Turk 

Lawrence JV, 619 Sacramento 

Learned Ed A, 717 Market 

Lemeux H, 231 Jackson 

Lend & Jorgensen (Geo Lend and P Jor- 

gensen) 202 McAllister 
Little Wm, 128 Geary 
Ljgan J F, 212 Ninth 
Lott William S, 741 Mission 
Loughlin P J, 206 Twenty-fourth 
Lovejoy E B, 20 Steuart 
Luger Joseph, 206 Sixteenth 
Lynch Michael, NE cor Third and Silver 
MacRea C W, 423 Geary 
Mansiet John, 524 Vallejo 
McDonald E, 705 Brannan 
Mclnr.es J H, 837 Geary 
McKay Alexander M, 739 McAllister 
McLean Rainey W, 540 Commercial 
McLean R M, 72 Tehama 
McMillan William, 1718 Jones 
Meier Geo, 1226 Eddy 

Merry Thomas. 112 Clay 

Miller 1 N, 509 Bush 

Mitchel & Son (Francis and J A) 227 

Fifth 
Mitchell James A, 221 Golden Gate aVe 
Moller G, 1 Webb 
Morley & Stilwell (George Morley and 

William Stilwell) SE cor Van Ness 

ave and Bush 
Morton J B & Son (J B and H F) 

6 Spring 
Murasky Chas H, 541 Twenty-third 
My her James, 41 Eddy 
Nagle R H, 26 Perry 
Neal Joseph, cor Twenty-eighth and 

Church 

Nelson Custave. H3 Leides- 

dorff 

Neumann Marshall, 117 Sixth 

Newbert A A, 444 Valencia 

Nichols A R. Cedar bet Front and 
Davis and Clay and Washington 

Nordberg Otto. 1245 Mission 

Odell & Co ( W L Odell) 224 Ellis 

Ogden B F, 435 Hayes 

Oneto Larafino, 516 Grove 

Overton E P, 212| Pacific 

Parent Charles L, 232 Fremont 

Parker R, 527 Grove 

Pattinson Jos, 1223 Webster 

Paulson & Sanders (W Paulson and J 
Sanders) 421 Jones 

Peters & Co (Wm J Peters) 534 Sacra- 
mento 

Petterson Olof, 110 Langton 

Peulecka Henry, 17 Halleck 

Pike C R & Co (Chas R Pike and W T 
Thomson) 422 Commercial 

Pincus Hymato, 724 Larkin 



IC l/Ali Willi/ IE P PR 413-415 Perkins' HORSE and MULE SHOES. 

. O. I A II Yf lill\LL & llU., Market St. Globe- Putnam Northwestern Horse Nails 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



421-427 Market St. Agricultural Im- 
plements, "Wagons, Steam Engines. 



San Francisco — Supplemental. 



144a 



You will save your Carpets by having them cleaned by 

JOISTES' 

Perfect Carpet Cleaning Machines. 

These machines are guaranteed not to rip, shrink, or otherwise damage the carpets. Carpets 
taken up by careful and experienced men, cleaned, returned, and laid the same day, if desired. 
Orders by Telephone, mail, or left at the office, will receive prompt attention. 

tS- TELEPHONE CAXIj Wo. 3250. 

The City Steam Carpet Beating and Renovating Works- 

Nos. 24 and 26 Eighth St., bet. Market and Mission, San Francisco, Cal. 
H. L. JONES, Proprietor. 



CARPETS 

Gilbert & Moore, 18 and 20 Sutter 
Gullixson Bros, 955 Market 
Gullixson Henry F & Co, 630 Market 
Shirek & Co, 1121 Stockton 

Weintraub D P, 2015 Mission 
CARPET BEATING 

Jones H L, 24 and 26 Eighth 

CARRIAGE AND BUGGY 
WHEELS 

IllgerSOll CeO S, metal felloe 
carriage and buggy wheels, 1 101 -1 1 09 
Battery 

CARRIAGE AND WAGON 
MAKERS. 

Kerr D, 47 and 49 Beale 
Marshall R, 1835 Mission 
McDonald S & Co, 521 Mission 

Pacific Coast Children's 
Carriage Works, Edwin Faik- 

ingham proprietor, Sixteenth bet 
Folsom and Harrison 

Varney Thomas H B, 22 and 

24 Fremont 

CARTS 

Shaw W E, 1621 Market 



CARRIAGE TOP MANU 
FACTURERS- 

Stein ChaS W, 265 Stevenson 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO 

Cohn Gabriel & Co, 514 and 516 Wash- 
ington 
Erskin W W, 205 Battery 
Garcia JOSe A, 413 Sacramento 
Hahn, Levy & Co (M L, Joseph and 
Lazarus Levy) 413 Washington 

Heyneman Herman. 514 and 

516 Front 
Jacobson Sigmund, 3 Market 
Kaufman Rau & Co, 427 Jackson 
Paulsen D J, 1 Mission 
Rothschild H L, 312 Front 
Simon Albert & Co (Albert Simon and 

Csesar N Spiero) 606 and 608 Battery 
Thane C R, 237 Third and 10 Seventh 

CLERGYMEN 

Andrews A B, 623 Howard 

Antonucci Gregory (Catholic) 

Beers Hiram W, 1018 Hyde 

Breman Richard P, rector Mission 

Dolores 
Breshin L (Catholic) cor Twenty-ninth 

and Church 
Casey Peter (Catholic) Columbia nr 

Twenty-fourth 



TV. E. SHAW, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



haw's ImproTed Village Cart, 

No. 1621 Market Street, 



SAN FEANCISCO. 



PLEASE SEND FOE PRICE LIST AND CATALOGUE. 



CT RAX/llV^ I Qfl RnnmC 7U Howard St.,nr. Third, San Franciico. L _ No i bet- 



ter or cleaner rooms in the city. Open all night. 



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The Indestructible Vehicle Wheel, 

DANFORDS PATENT.) 

The STRONGEST WHEEL in the World. 




A Woolen Felloe Encased in Boiler Fine Iron, 



The Most Economical Wheel. 
The Strongest and Most Durable Wheel. 
Splitting of Felloes Entirely Obviated. 
No Flattening Between Spokes. 



Retains its Original Shape, a true circle. 
No Loose Tires to Reset. 
No Injury to Felloe from R. R. Tracks. 
The Cheapest and the Best. 



Why the Metal Felloe Wheel is Far Superior to Any Other Make in Use. 

FIRST — There being no wood exposed, the Felloe and Tire being of Metal, con- 
tracting and expanding alike, there can be no loose Spokes or Tire. (The dish of the 
wheel provides for expansion and contracting.) 

SECOND — The transverse strength of the Metal Felloe prevents all flattening of 
Felloe between spokes — the wheel retaining its original shape — a true circle. 

THIRD — The wear upon sides of Felloes by reason of contact with railway tracks 
and rough roads, comes upon metal. The Metal Felloe completely protecting the wood 
center. 

FOURTH — The spokes can be driven tight without danger of splitting the Metal 
Felloe. 

FIFTH— The Metal Felloe being counter-bored equal to diameter of spoke, the 
strength of full section of spoke is obtained, thereby preventing breakage of spoke at 
shoulder or tenon. 

SIXTH — The transverse strength of the Metal Felloe distributes the strain from any 
shock over many spokes, instead of concentrating it upon one or two. 

SEVEN'TH — The flexibility of the Metal Felloe, providing for all adjustment neces- 
sary to insure strength and permanency, its adaptability and suitability to all climates and 
conditions. 



GEORGE S. INCERSOLL, 



1101 to 1109 BATTERY ST., 



SAN FRANCISCO 



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Pratt Elijah S, 325 Francisco 

Pratt H G, 51 Clay 

Quack en bush Thos M, 511 Jackson 

Rector John, 226 Montgomery ave 

Reynolds VV VV, 708 Nineteenth 

Rice Michael D, 205 Ellis 

Robinson & Gillespie (H C Robinson 

and W J Gillespie) 339 Sutter 
Rodd Charles H, 212A Central ave 
Roebee Christopher, 928 Post 
Rogers W J, 12 Taylor 
Roth & Weber (Frederick Roth and 

Wm Weber) 317A Dupont 
Roussel I W, 110 Langton 
Routhstein & Bear, 927^ Folsom 
Ryan Michael, 326 Fourth 
Sanderson John, 116 Montgomery Block 
Schatz P, 954 Folsom 
Schieble George, 1807 Powell 
Scouler James, 36 Rose alley 
Scull Chas, 518 Minna 
Shaffield William, 7 Twenty-second 
Shelley John, 614 Octavia 
Siess George, 305 Dupont 

Small Allen, 2403 Mission 

Smith C G, 328 Fifth 

Smith J W, 12S Hayes 

Smith Wm H, 761 Mission 

Snook J A, 2704 Mission 

Tapper H, 527 Pine 

Tecklenburg Chas, 1055 Folsom 

Thompson SS, 1140 Mission 

Tilden Charles L, 8 Quincy 

Traner James, 211 Fourth 

Trounson & Perry (John Trounson and 
Richard Perry) 514 Pine 

Vasselin Jules, 763J Bryant 

Walker Abner, 21 12 Fillmore 

Warner Wm J B, Teneriffe bet Rail- 
road ave and Susquehanna 

Warren Wm B, 1205 Lyon 

Weckerle Charles, 508 Pacific 

Weinoehl Frederick, 1589 Folsom 

Weintraub & Cooper (D p 

Weintraub and H Cooper) 1885 Mis- 
sion 

Weisman Louis, 81 8 Pacific 

West Edward H, 619 Hyde 

West & Hall (E O West and A D Hall) 
215 Commercial 

Wharff W H, NE cor Laguna and 
Green 

Wheeler & Burdick (O d 

Wheeler and M S Burdick) 115 
Davis 

Williams FA, 523 Pine 

Wilzer Martin, 410 Twenty-second 

Winter L P, 1821 Polk 

Wolf W H, 929 Mission 

Wood W G, 516 Grove 

Wray Samuel, 632 Washington 

Zehfuss Fred W, 840 Mission 

Zerse Joseph, 845 Valencia 



TELEPHONE CAL.L 3040. 

We received the latest Patent Ma- 
chinery from the East in December, 
1885. 

J. SPAULDING & CO. 



CARPET SWEEPERS 
Armes & Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 

CARPETS-RETAIL 
Ackerman & Strauss (Ed 

Ackerman and Arthur Strauss) 126 
Post 
Bare Bros (Edward and Solomon) 300- 
303 Hayes 



CARPET BEATERS 

Baldwin A H, 1321 and 1323 Market 

Conklin Frank, propr Pacific Steam 
Carpet Beating and Renovating 
Works, 333 Golden Gate ave 

Delaney & Co (F T Delaney and Dennis 
Quigley) 429 Valencia 

Dober & Carroll (F J Dober and Chas 
E Carroll) Alabama bet Twenty-fifth 
and Twenty-sixth 

Merrill P, 453 Stevenson 

Mitchell J E, 230 and 232 Fourteenth 

Pacific Steam Carpet Beating and Ren- 
ovating Works, Frank Conklin propr, 
333 Golden Gate ave 

Phelps, Foster & Co (J a 

Phelps and W P Foster) 931 Market 

Pioneer Carpet Beating 

Machines, J Spaulding & Co 
proprietors, 353 and 355 Tehama 

Spaulding J & Co, 353 and 355 

Tehama 



PHELPS, FOSTER &■ CO. 

CARPET BEATING MACHINE 

AND RENOVATING WORKS. 
Patented June 27, 1883. Silver Medals award- 
ed by the Mechanics' Fairs of 1882 and 1883 and 
First Premium awarded at State Fair, 1884. 

By our patent renovating' process, carpets can 
be thoroughly cleaned, and color restored. 

Carpet beating, renovating, sewing, fitting 

and laying done. Grease and coal dust removed . 

OFFICE, 931 Market St., opp. Mason, San Francisco. 

PIONEER 

Carpet Beating 

MACHINERY, 

353 and 355 Tehama Street, 

Between 4th and 5th, San Francisco. 



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Berson Gustav, 26 Post 

Blum, Eppstein & Co (Robt 

Blum and Sam Eppstein) also rugs 
and curtains, 126 Kearny 

Doyle D P & Co (D p and A 

Doyle) also furniture. 214 Fourth 
Duffy JameS. 917 Market 
Edwards Frank G, 820 Market ' 
Ehreupfort Edward, 235 .Sixteenth 
Uhreupfort William, 14 Third 
Evertz John P, 3 -J Second 
C0l6herg S, 933 Market 

Mac Kay Alexander, also oil 

cloth--, 715 Market 
McPh in William, 861 Market 

Neumann Isaac 1 7 Sixth 
Plum Charles M & Co (Chas 

M Pi. un) also furniture and uphol- 
stery goods, 641 and 613 Market 

Raye & Hampton (Alfred P Raye and 
Leo F Hampton) 73.) Market 

Sehlueter & V.Jberg (Edward Schlueter 
and Chas C Volberg) 70 J M irket 

Shirek & Co (Rudolph Shirek) 233 
Haves 



ALEX. MACKAY, Mauufac urer, Importer 
an J Dealer m Carpets, Oil jluth .Linoleum, 
Cornices, Draperies, Shades and Mai tings. Rag 
Carpet Weaving, Weavers' supplies, Carpet 
Warp, etc., No. 715 Market Street, San Fran- 



CARPETS-WHOLESALE. 

Fredericks Joseph & Co (Joseph Fred" 
ericks) 649 Market 

Gullixson H F & Co (Henry F, E S 
and Hanus Gullisson) 630 Market 

SI »ane W & J & Co, 525 and 527 Mar- 
ket 

Walter D N & E & Co (D n, 

1 N, M, C and H N Walter) cor 
Battery and Market 



CARRIAGE AND WAGON 
MAKERS 

Andresen Chris, 6 )7 Battery 

Black H M & CO (H M Black) 74 

and 76 New Montgomery 
Briggs R F & Co (tl F and J W 

Briggs) 220 and 222 Mission 
Brooillard John, cor Thirtieth and Mis- 
sion 

Carvill Manufacturing Co, 

A D Carvill president and T S Carvill 
superintendent, 7 and 'J Powell 
Cobleigh John, 2020 Polk 
Costigan Thomas, 404 Jackson 
Craig John & Son (John and Joseph 
F) cor Twenty-fourth and Chatta- 



Day James S, 327 and 329 Sutter 
Dean W Y, 55 Beale 
Donohue P, 716 Sausome 
Falkingham Edwin, Sixteenth bet Fol- 

B >rn and Harrison 
FolSOm A & Son (A and G A) 

217 Ellis 
Gallagher & Son (Jame3 and H) 843 

Harrison 
Garrick & Allen (M Garrick and D 

Allen) 834 and 836 Howard 
Goodrich J H, 110 aud 112 Oregon 

Crave B & CO, 421 and 423 Pa- 

cilic 
Eottua & Hansen, 715 Folsom 
Halkett William, 36 Hayes 
Hofstetter H, Railroad ave bet Teneriffe 

and Falkland 
Holmes M P, 660 Mission 
Kearny Felix, 11 IS Mission 
Kerr David, 47 and 49 Beale 
Kitzmuiler Michael, S50 Howard 
Klapperick & Sou (John S and J J) 3 

Grand ave 
Krueger G F, 1114 Harrison 
Laage Chas H, proprietor Cal- 
ifornia Carriage Top Manufactory, 31 

Beale 
Lachapelle J J, 230 Mission 
Langeron Francois, 414 Broadway 
Lark ins & CO (William Larkins 

and George McLeod) 631 and 633 

Howard 
Locke & Thomas (J P Locke and Henry 

James Thomas) 670 Mission 

Lowney Jer & Sons (Jer Low- 

ney) 426 Ninth 

Lowney Thos F, H69 and 1171 

Howard 
Maier Thomas, 2313 and 2315 Mission 
Martin & Torrey (M Martin and James 

Torrey) 1604 Mission 
Matthai John C H, cor Mission and 

Twenty -ninth 
McArron Charles, 540 Valencia 
McCue M J, 1317 and 1319 Market 

Mersereau Addison S> 1927 

Mission 
Molter Chas, 1112 Mission 
MowryWmA, 1140 Folsom 
Moyes Chas J, 114S Mission 

Neumiller Jacob, 23 Seventh 

O'Brien & Sons (Willis, John S and J M) 

329 G olden Gate ave 
Park W J, 2312 Pine 
Peckham Geo W, 1232 Folsom 
Rentschler John, 1624 Mission 
Roemer Joseph, 1S35 Mission 
Rueser Chas, 314 and 316 McAllister 
Sanders Henry, 315 Mission 
ShafTO-M,854Howard 
Shaw W E, 1G21 Market (see adv) 
Shute DS, 111 O'Farrell 



Gelatine, and Gelatine Dynamites for Miners and 



n • A. AVD T»~_— J ^— Gelatine, and Gelatine Dynamites ior jiinere am 

VTlcillt JUDSON JrOWClCr, Railroads. Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S.F 



Truman, Isham £ Hooker, 



4*1-127 Market St. Agricultural i m 
pie meats, Wagons, Steam fingiueg. 



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Sicotte R & Co, nr cor Mission and Ran- 
dall 

S-jule Eugene, and agricultural imple- 
ments, NW cor Bryant ur Fourth 

Stitt Robt, 645 and 647 Mission 

Straut & CO (W E Straut and J B 
Dayton) NE cor Sacramento and 
Drumm 

Thompson J D, a] so carriage 
making, 3009 Mission 

Truman. Isham & Hooker 

(J J Truman, A H Isham and C 
Hooker) also carriage manufacturers 
and importers, 421-4'/7 Market 

United Carriage Manufacturing Coin- 
pan.. Carrick & Allen proprs, 834 
and Si » Howard 

Wertsch .Villiam, 102 Golden Gate ave 

Weston S W, 2109 Polk 

Winall S A, 413 Third 

Wylie James, 22 Seventh 



JEEEY LOWWEY & SONS, 

PARRIA6E MANOFACTORY, 

VJ 426 Ninth Street, 

Between Harrison and Bryant, San Francisco. 

Light and Heavy Carriages, Buggies, Sulkies 
and Skeleton Wagons made to order. 
£2TAlso General Jobbing attended to. 



J. IMEUfOTiLLER, 

CARRIAGE I WAGON FACTORY 

No. 23 Seventh Street. 

Between Market and Mission, San Francisco. 

All kinds of Repairing done with neatness and 
dispatch. 



Improved Village Carts 
a Specialty. 



W. E. SHAW, 

MANUFACTURER OF 



Please give us a call. 
All work warranted. 



Carriages and Light ¥§hiele§, 



Improved Village Buggies and Carts always on 
hand and for sale. 

1631 HXarlcet Street, 

Between Twelfth and Thirteenth, SAN FRANCISCO. 



CARRIAGE COMPANIES 

City Cab and Carriage Co, J C Reardon 
mgr, 178 Jessie and 738 Market 

Pacific Carriage Co. Oliver 

Hinkley superintendent, office 11 

Powell 
Telephone Cab and Carriage Co, P A 

Dolan propr, 1432 Market 
United Carnage Co, James McCord 

supt, 2 New Montgomery 

CARRIAGE GOODS 

Stein ChaS W, 265 Stevenson 



CARRIAGE HARDWARE 

Stein ChaS W, 265 Stevenson 



CARRIAGE REPOSITO 
RIES 

Brandenstein H & Co (H and G Bran- 
denstein and M Clayburgh) 631 Mission 



Eastman T S, 46 New Montgomery 
Holcomb C N, 41 1 California 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 
Willey F & Co (0 F Willey) 317 Mont- 
gomery 

CARRIAGESUPPLIES. 

Betts Spring Co, 218 Fremont 
B'arnsworth A C, 109 California 
Roehm & Davison (of Detroit) Cecil 
Warner mgr, 109 California 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 
Waterhouse & Lester (C Waterhouse) 

16-22 Beale 
Zante Daniel, 190 Jessie 

CARRIAGE ^TOP MANU- 
FACTURERS 

California Carriage Top 

Manufactory, Charles H Laage 
proprietor, 31 Beale 



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B. GRAVE & CO. 

THE LEADING 

Carriage Manufactory 

<>N THE PACIFIC COAST, 
Nos. 421 & 423 Pacific Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

AH kinds of Vehicles built to order at prices 
not to exceed Eastern Work of the same quality 
delivered here. 

Sole builders on the Coast of the celebrated 
Oppenheim Jump Seat Buggy. 

Send for Catalogue. Estimates furnished. 

CARRIAGE TRIMMERS 

Achard Charles, 31S McAllister 
Meinhardt F W, 23 Seventh 
Stein Charles W, 265 Stevenson 
Van Court John F, 25 Washington 

CARRIAGE^WOODWORK 

Stein ChaS W, 265 Stevenson 



CARTRIDGES 

Allen E T,*16 Market 

Skinker John, 256 Market 

Sonntag Chas & Co (Chas Sonntag) 114 

and 116 Market 
Sturke J W, Five Mile House, Mission 

street road 

Union. Metallic Cartridge 

CO, 236 Market 

CATARRH 

WilSOn E N. «23 Slitter 

CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED.— Wilson's 
Popular Vaporizing' Inhaler, the most suc- 
cessful remedy of the age for Asthma, Catarrh, 
Headaches, Colds, Sore Throat, etc. Price — 
With medicine prescriptions, etc., $2.50. 923 
Sutter Street (near Hyde), San Francisco. Sent 
by Express on receipt of price, or C. O. D. 

CATERERS 

Barberi Frank & Mrs, 1236 Folsom 

CadenaU & CO, 026 Pine nr Tay- 
lor opp the Bella Vista (see next 
page) 

Fisher Abbie, 803 Geary 

Seaburg Chas F, 434.\ Jessie 



CATTLE DEALERS 
Donnelly & Dunne (E t Don 

nelly and J F Dnnne) 601 California 
Dunphy Wm, 504 Kearny 
G-POthwohl K, Tenth nr Market 
Kahn Louis, 2743 Bryant 



Miller & Lux (Henry Miller and Charles 

Lux) 533 Kearny 
Moffat E & H (Eugene and Henry) 238 

Kearny 



CAUSTIC SODA 

Jackson T W & Co, 304 Cali- 
fornia 



TW. JACKSON & CO., 304 Califor- 
, nia Street. Powdered Caustic 
Soda, Soda Ash, Sal. Soda, Potash, 
Resin, etc. 



CAVIAR. 

Asmann A, stalls 69 and 70 Cali 
fornia Market 



CELLULOID GOODS M 

Creensfelder & Co, 537 Market 
Strahle Jacob & Co, 5i5Market 



CEMENT 

California Portland Cement Co, J H 

Sayre sec, 330 Pine, rm 36 
Davis & Cowell, 211 Drumm 
Pozzuolana Cement Co, Isaac T Milliken 

sec, 333 Montgomery 



CEMETERIES 

Calvary Cemetery, Eobt Dow an supt, 

Parker ave bet Geary and Turk 
City Cemetery, Point Lobos nr Ocean 

House 
Hebrew (Home of Peace) Cemetery, cor 

Nineteenth and Dolores 
Laurel Hill Cemetery, Cemetery ave bet 

California and Post 
Masonic Cem,etery, Masonic ave bet 

Turk and Fulton 
Odd FellOWS> s s Geary bet First 

and Parker ave 



CHAIN 



MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Dixpn BrOS (John and W H) 219 

Main 
Payne BrOS, H4 Mission 

Phelps Manufacturing Co, 

13-17 Drumm 

Westerp Chain Works, 

Dixon Bros proprietors, 219 Main 



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Hand Painted China— All the Finest Varieties. Best Plated and Crystal Table Ware. 

Damask Linen. Silver Tureens, Pitchers and Trays. Gilded Cake and Fruit Baskets. 

Handsome Coffee and Tea Sets, etc. Costly Epergnes— (High Silver Center-pieces). Grand 
Punch Urns and Mugs, Gold Lined. 

China Lemonade Bowls, with Fancy Colored Glass Mugs. French Plate Looking Glasses for the 
center of Tables. 

Candelabras, Superior Decorations and Ornaments, and ALL the other requisites furnished. 

Also Tables, Chairs, Dancing Cloths, Awnings, etc., when requested. 




Artistically Decorated Mayonnaise Salads, Ornamented Hams, Sandwiches, Boned Turkey, Pates, 
Terrapins, Oysters. 

Pyramids, Neapolitan Bricks, and Plain Ice Creams, Jellies, Charlotte Russe, Fine Center-pieces, 
Pastry, etc., furnished at short notice. 

Experienced Waiters in Full Dress and SkilPul French Cooks always on hand. 

A Note or Postal to " THE FRENCH CATERERS," 926 Pine 
Street, will receive prompt attention. 



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CHAIR MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Creffe Chas, 508 and 510 Fifth 
Indianapolis Furniture Co, 74S-752 

Mission 
San Francisco Chair Factory, Julius 

Rolland propr, 133 and 135 Beale 



CHAMPAGNE IMPORT 
ERS 

(See also Liquors — Wholesale; also Na- 
tive Wines and Braudies. ) 

Coleman W T & Co, se cor 

Main and Market 

Dickson, DeWolf & Co, 412 

Battery 
Hellmanu Bros & Co, 525 Front 

[VI a con dray & Co, 204 Sansome 

Viguier Ami, 429 and 431 Battery 



CHAMPAGNE MANU- 
FACTURERS- 

Finke's Wido .v A, 809 Montgomery 
Haraszthy Aroad & Co, 530 Washing- 
ton 
Lachman S & Co. 403 Market 



CHEMICAL GOODS 
LangSey & Michaels, nw cor 

Pine and Front 

Taylor John & Co, ii2-ii8Pine 



CHEMICAL WORKS 

California Chemical Works, John Rey- 
nolds propr, San Bruno road nr 
Twenty-eighth 

Golden City Chemical Works, S M Van 
Wycksupt, 313 Montgomery 

Mission Chemical Works, Dr J W H 
Wright propr, S50 Market, rms 2, 3, 4 

Saa Fraucisco Chemical Works (Egbert 
Judson ami J L N Shepard ) 402 Front 

Week F A & Co, 1225 Market 



CHEMISTS 



(See 



a so Druggists— Retail; also As- 

sayers.) 

Devine John, SE cor Kearny and Clay 

Hall BrOS (C 1 D and H P) 324 Clay 

[relan Wm Jr, 49 Merchants' Exchange 

Johnston Wm D, U3 Lei! i i 

Lanazweeri Louis, 360 Fourth 



Luckhardt C A & Co, 23 stev- 

enson 
McCormick John A, 158 First 
Merten, Moffitt & Co (Geo A Story, H 

I Coon, Thos S Moffitt and A F 

Mertet:) 318-322 Clay 
Petibeau & Co, 169 Ninth 
Price Thomas, 524 Sacramento 
Rossi Pietro C, NE cor Montgomery 

ave and Dupont 
Watts W L, 366 Seventeenth 

Wenzell W T & Co (W T Wen 

zell) 10 Drumm 



TERRA 



CHIMNEY PIPE 
COTTA 
Browell Jeremiah, 727 Mont- 

g' >mery 
Clark N & Sons. 22 California 

Cladding, McBean & Co, 

135S and 1360 Market 

CHIMNEY TOPS 

BrOWell Jeremiah, 727 Mont- 
gomery 

Clark N & Sons. 22 California 
Cladding, McBean & Co. 

1358 and 1380 Market 

Scholl Michael, also fire escapes 
and squirrel and gopher extermina- 
tors, 000 Vallejo 

Stevens W A, NE cor Larkin and 
Market 



CHIROPODISTS 

Cowan R H, 410 Kearny, rm 12 
Halpruner W S, 850 Market 
Lewis A Mme, 006 Market 

Lynch J Wingfleld, 10 Geary 

Popper Viet, 127 Montgomery 



CHLORIDE 



OF LIME. 

Cali- 



Jackson T W & Co, 304 

forma 



CHRONOMETERS 

(See also Watchmakers and Jewelers. ) 
Dillon & Son (E and E Jr) 50S Battery 
LancUraff Robert, 1006", Valencia 
Pace GharleS- also agent for the 

sale of U S charts and publications. 

418 Battery 

Shreve Geo C & Co, NE cor 

Montgomery and Sutter 
Steinmetz Chas H, 10J Montgomery 
Tennent Thomas, IS Market 
Winkelmail L^C, 4!) Sacramento 



Judson Powder Improved 



For RAILROAD and BANK Blasting. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S. F. 



TfT A /N /VWCJ Truman, (sham Jt Hooker, Agents for the Cele- 
TV XWJTKJiyt i3>a brated Hollow Iron Axle Wagons, J&1-U27 Market St. 



CHU 



San Francisco. 



CHU 



151 



CHURCHES. 

Advent Christian Chapel, 214 and 216 

Eddy 
African Methodist Church, Powell bet 

Jackson and Pacific 
A M E Zion Church, Stockton bet Sac- 
ramento and Clay 
Baptist Mission Chapel, Eleventh ave 

bet F and G 
Beth Israel Synagogue, Turk nr Taylor 
Beth Menahiae Streisand Synagogue, 

Minna bet Fourth and Fifth 
Bethany Congregational Church, Bart- 

lett nr Twenty -fifth 
Broadway Methodist Church (German) 

Broadway bet Stockton and Powell 
Bush Street Methodist Church, Bush bet 

Scott and Devisudero 
Calvary Presbyterian Church, N"W cor 

Geary and Powell 
Central M E Church, Mission bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Central Presbyterian Tabernacle, Tyler 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Chinese First Presbyterian Church, 

Stockton bet Clay and Washington 
Church of the Advent, Howard opp 

New Montgomery 
Church of the Holy Cross, Calvary 

Cemetery 
Congregation Beth Israel, Turk bet 

Taylor and Jones 
Congregation Sharay Zedek, Stockton 

bet Broadway and Vallejo 
Congregational Church, SW cor Seven- 
teenth andNoe 
Disciples of Christ Church, Y M C A 

Hall 
Fifth Baptist Church, Twenty-second 

bet Mission and Howard 
First Baptist Church, Eddy bet Jones 

and Leavenworth 
First Congregational Church, 119 Post 
First Methodist Church, Powell bet 

Washington and Jackson 
First New Jerusalem Church (Sweden- 

borgian) O'Farrell bet Mason and 

Taylor 
First Presbyterian Church, SE cor 

Sacramento and Van Ness ave 
First Reformed Church (German) Elev- 
enth bet Market and Mission 
First Unitarian Church, Geary bet 

Dapont and Jackson 
First Uuiversalist Church, Mission nr 

Third 
First United Presbyterian Church, 

Mason nr Eddy 
French Catholic Church, 526 Bush 
French Reformed Episcopal Church, 

Pom ell bet Bush and Sutter 
German Methodist Church, Folsom bet 

Fourth and Fifth 



German Methodist Episcopal Church, 
728 Broad way 

Grace Episcopal Church, cor California 
and Stockton 

Giace M E Church, Mission nr Eight- 
eenth 

Grace M E Mission, Twenty-third bet 
Alabama and Florida 

Green Street Congregational Church, 
Green bet Stockton and Powell 

Hamilton Scpiare Catholic Church, cor 
Geary and Steiner 

Hayes Valley Methodist Church, Laguna 

Howard Presbyterian Church, 719-729 
Mission 

Howard Street M E Church, 636 and 638 
Howard 

Howard Street Presbyterian Church, bet 
Twenty-first and Twenty-second 

Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe 
(Guadalupe Church) Broadway bet 
Mason and Taylor 

Independent German Congregation of S 
F, 310 O'Farrell 

Kentucky Str etMethodist'Church, Ten- 
nessee south of Solano 

Larkin Street Presbyterian Church, bet 
Pacific and Broadway 

Mariners Church, 58 Sacramento 

M E Church, Twenty-seventh bet San- 
chez and Church 

M E Church, Fifteenth ave nr P 

Metropolitan Temple (Baptist Church) 
cor Fifth and Jessie 

Mission Dolores (Catholic) cor Sixteenth 
and Dolores 

Mission Episcopal Service, 1 1 8 Jackson 

Nava Tzedek Synagogue, 10 Tyler 

New Jerusalem Swedenborgian Church, 
413 Sutter 

New Presentation Chapel, cor Tyler and 
Ellis 

North Union Church, Fillmore bet Fil- 
bert and Greenwich 

Olivet Catholic Church, Tennessee bet 
Sierra and Napa 

Our Saviour's Church (Scandinavian) 
20 Sherman 

Presbyterian Church, NW cor Twentieth 
and Capp 

Reformed Church, 900^ Market 

Re-organized Church of Jesus Christ 
Latter Day Saints, 71 New Mont- 
gomery 

Russian Church, 1713 Powell 

Russian Church, Greenwich bet Stock- 
ton an I Dupont 

Scandinavian M E Church, 928 Harrison 

Second Advent Christian Church, Eddy 
bet» Taylor and Jones 

Second American Methodist Church, 
1 205 Powell 

Second Presbyterian Church, Guerrero 
bet Twenty-second and Twenty-third 



M°tiuszzi£i, Designers and Frescc Painters, P 



HELASi 
Huilding. 



WALNUT, MAPLE, CHERRY. 



John Wigmore; Office, 133 Spear St. 
Yards 129-147 Spear; 36-2S Howard. 



152 



CHU 



San Francisco 



CIG 



Seventh-Day Adventist Church, Laguna 

bet Taylor and McAllister 
Shaare Tefilah Synagogue, Irish-Ameri- 
can HalL 
Shaarey Tzedek Synagogue, Stockton 

bet Vallejo and Broadway 
Shereth Israel Synagogue, cor Post and 

Taylor 
Simpson Memorial Church (M E) cor 

Hayes and Buchanan 
South S F Methodist Church, Fifteenth 

ave, South S F 
Spanish Catholic Church, cor Mason and 

Broadway 
St Albau's Church (Episcopal) 1133 

Mission 
St Boniface (Reformed Catholic) Church 

and School, 1'23 Tyler 
St Brendan's (Catholic) 37 Market 
St Bridget's Catholic Church, cor Broad- 
way and Van Ness av T e 
St Dominic Church and Monastery 

(Catholic) cor Bush and Steiner 
St Francis' Church (Catholic) Vallejo 

bet Dupont and Stockton 
St Ignatius Church, cor Hayes and Van 

Ness ave 
St John the Baptist (Catholic) Eddy bet 

Octavia and Laguna 
St John's Church (Episcopal) cor Fif- 
teenth and Valencia 
St John's Church (Presbyterian) Post 

bet Mason and Tajdor 
St Joseph's Church (Catholic) Tenth 

bet Howard and Folsom 
St Luke's Church, cor Van Ne3s ave and 

Clay 
St Mary's Cathedral, NE cor California 

and Dupont 
St Mary's College Chapel, San Jose road 
St Mary's Hospital Chapel, cor First 

and Bryant 
St Matthew Episcopal Church, Alabama 

nr Twenty-fourth 
St Patrick's Church (Catholic) Mission 

bet Third and Fourth 
St Paul's Catholic Church, cor Church 

and Twenty-ninth 
St Paul's Church (Episcopal) California 

bet Fillmore and Steiner 
St Paul's Church (Methodist) Broadway 

bet Stockton and Powell 
St Paul's Episcopal Church (German) 

Mission bet Fifth and Sixth 
St Peter's Church (Catholic) Columbia 

bet Twenty -fourth and Twenty -fifth 
St Peter's Church (Episcopal) NE cor 

Stockton and Filbert 
St Rose's Chapel, cor Steiner and Tyler 
St Rose Church (Catholic) 520 and 522 

Brannan 
St Stephen's Church (Episcopal) cor 

Fulton and Fillmore 



St Teresa's Church (Catholic) cor Ten- 
nessee nr Butte 

Swedish Church, Howard opp New 
Montgomery 

Swedish Evangelical Church, Mission bet 
Eighth and Ninth 

Trinity Church, cor Powell and Post 

Twenty-seventh Street M E Church, 
Twenty-seventh bet Church and 
Sanchez 

Union Square Baptist Church, Post bet 
Powell and Mason 

United Presbyterian Church, 107 and 
109 Mason 

Welsh Presbyterian Church, 1133 Mis- 
sion 

Westminster Church (Presbyterian) Fell 
bet Octavia and Laguna 

Woodbridge Church (Presbyterian) cor 
Twentieth and Capp 

Zions Baptist Church, Laguna bet 
Golden Gate ave and McAllister 

Zion M E Church, Stockton nr Clay 



CHURNS 
Armes & Dallam. 230 and 232 

Front 



CIDER 



MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

California and Oregon 

Cider CO> Jacob Klein proprietor, 

21S and 220 Davis 
Cutting Packing Co, 17 and 19 Main 
DeLong F C, 208 Battery 
GerdesJohn N, NW cor Vallejo and 

Mason 



CIGARS-I MPORTERS 
AND MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Alvarez Cayetano, 1216 Powell 

Armer M & Co (M Armer) 30(5 and 30S 
Sacramento 

Barry & Gallagher (D Barry and T Gal- 
lagher) NW cor Ninth and Folsom 

Belus F A, 31 Pacific 

Blum Brothers (4 and C) 316 Sacra- 
mento 

Bowman John S & Co (John S Bowman 
and Joseph Coblentz) 213 and 215 
Battery 

Bremer Joseph & Co (Joseph Bremer) 
310 Sacramento 

Briggs S R, NW cor California and 
Front 

Brune August, 515 Front 

Buckingham & Co (A E Buckingham) 
314 Clay ' 



I O VAN WIXKLE A CO. 
1.0. 413-415 Market St. 



IRON, STEEL « HEAVY HARDWARE 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic *y anotuss'Lt! and earb^ 



CIG 



San Francisco. 



CIG 



153 



Cabanas & Co, 406 and 408 

Battery 

Cohen, Mercado & Co, 418 

Battery 

CohnC & CO (G- Cohn) 206 and 
208 Battery 

Cohn J M, 1034 Market 

Colfax Cigar CO, H9 Washing- 
ton 

Conradi & Moss (Phil Conradi 

and L Moss) proprietors Key West 
White Labor Cigar Factory, 312 
Washington 

Corwin C B & Co (G B Corwin) 

also sole agents Crandall Type-writer, 

925 Market 
Curtis, Dixon & Co, 309 Clay 
Diez C C, 409 Washington 
DrinkhOUSe J A, SW cor Battery 

and Sacramento 

Ei sen berg E & Bro(Eikanand 

Morris) also dealers in leaf tobacco, 
327 Market 

Eisner M & Co (M Eisn3r and Joseph 
Jacobs) 215 and 217 Sacramento 

Etigelbrecht Son & Co (Herman and H 
A Engelbrecht) 23 First 

Etigeman H, 33 Sixth 

Erickson P E, 500 Kearny 

Falck B & Co (B Falck and Wm Rob- 
son) 421 Montgomery 

Falkenstein & Co (W Falkenstein and 
S Siebenhauer) NE cor Battery and 
Sacramento 

Favilla Cherobino, 445 Broadway 

Figel & Lewis (E P Figel and BL Lewis) 
325 Sacrammto 

Franklin H & CO (Herman Frank- 
lin) 417 Battery 

Friesenhausen C, 2029 Geary 

Garcia Jose A, 413 Sacramento 

Gerson N & Co (N Gerson andNPhilipp) 
730 Montgomery 

Goldstein J, 35 Sutter 

Coldtree & Schoenholz, 

wholesale and retail, 94(5 Market 
Goslinsky E & Co (Elias Goslinsky and 
Geo Brownstein) 219 and 221 Battery 

HasterlickS, 103 Sixth 

Helmuth William, 506 Jackson 

Heyneman Herman, 214 and 

216 Front 
Hill John, 2016 Fillmore 
Hoffman S, 758 Market 

Horn, Friend & Erskine (T l 

Horn, W H Friend and W W Erskine) 

216 and 218 Market 
Jacobs Charles & Co (Charles Jacobs 

and I Herzberg) 420 Front 
Jones B F & Co (B F Jones and Charles 

A Uzuay) 629 Washington 
Kammann Geo, SE cor Geary and Hyde 
Kaufman, Rau & Co ( J M Kaufman and 

Louis Rau) 319-323 Sacramento 



Key West White Labor 

Cigar Factory, Conradi & 

Moss proprietors, 312 Washington 
Klopstock C & Co (C Klopstock) 212 

Front 
Koenigsberger, Falk & Mayer (P Koe- 

nigsberger, Sol Falk, Nat Mayer and 

A Steinberger) 113-119 Pine 
Lane & Connelly (J M Lane and F J 

Connelly) 204 and 206 Market 
Langstadter S, 319 Sansome 
Leonhardt Paul, 1426 Polk 
Leu & Harms (H C Leu and P Harms) 

1247 Mission 
Lewis Ad & Co, 205 and 207 Battery 
Lewis Wm & CO (Wm Lewis) 

30 and 32 California 
Liebes Bros & Co (L and J Liebes 

and Nathan Meyer) 14 and 16 Fre- 
mont 
Marks, Vaenberg & Co (M Marks and 

A Vaenberg) 115 Battery 
Mau Albert & CO> Havana and 

Kej' West cigars 9-15 Baale 
Mayer Joseph, NE cor Battery and Bush 
Mayrisch Bros & Co (Adolph, Gustave 

and Rudolph Mayrisch) 405 Battery 

Meyer, Mish & Co (S G Mish) 

425 and 427 Front 
Meyer William, 217 Eleventh 
Michalitschke Bros & Co, 239 and 601 

Kearny 
Mueller Adolph, rear 726 Howard 

Offer & Friedman (Ghas Offer 

aud Paul Friedman) 419 and 421 

Jackson 
Ordenstein & Co (Max Ordenstein) 306 

and 308 Battery 
Oppenheimer & Bro (H Oppenheimer 

and L Goodman) 200 Front 

Plagemann H & Co (Henry 

Plagemann) 305 Sacramento 
Pike J M & Son (J M and Chas W) 324 

Battery 
Pollak Arnold & Co (A Pollak and C F 

Simon) 120 Battery 
Poppe Charles, 305 Battery 
Ramon A & Co (A Ramon) 416 Battery 
Riese Brothers (Lev and David) 611 San- 
some 

RinaldoBros&Lowenberg 

(T and S Rinaldo and R Lowenberg) 

303 Battery 
Rosenbaum & Co (I S Rosenbaum and 

D Goldstein) 26 and 28 Main 
Rosenblatt BrOS (Arthur S and 

Milton W) 26 Main 
Rosenshine M, 604 and 606 Front 
Rosenthal & Myrson (S Myrson and 

J Rosenthal) 534 Commercial 
Schlaberg Bros (Frank and Charles) 

629 Washington 



BARNARD'S 



BUSINESS COLLEGE 

46 OTARRELL ST.. S. F. 



SEND FOR CIRCULARS 



Nicoll the Tailor, SBe?S2 SS£ 



Send for Samples ami 
measurement— Sent Free. 



154 



CIG 



San Francisc 



CIG 



Schlesinger & Green (John 

Schlesinger and Wm Green) Havana 

cigars, 406 and40S Market 
Schoen Louis, 516 Market 
Sch >enfeld Jonas, 423 and 425 Jackson 

Shaeffer J W & Co (J w Shaef- 

fer) 634 Sacramento 
Shula Brothers (John and Antonio) 100 

Market 
Shula M & Son, 2762 Mission 
Sideman, Lachman & Co (B J Sideman 

and A J Lachman) 209 and 211 Bat- 
tery 
Siebenhauer, Meyerfeld & Co (L Sieben- 

hauer and J and M Meyerfeld) SE 

cor Front and Commercial 
SikeS E & CO (E Sikes) 220 and 

222 California 
Simon Albert & Co (Albert Simon and 

C N Spier o) 206 Sacramento 

Sing Wing, 1111 Dupont 

Skaife A & CO 302 Sacramento 
Strassburg & Kuttiger (Fred Strassburg 

and P J Ruttiger) 1 1 1 Fourth 
Sultan Julius & Co (Julius Sultan) 223 

California 
Tilden & Co (A E Tilden) 109 California 
Urban Hugo, 601 Montgomery • 

Von Tiedemann Freder- 
ick. 310 Sixth 

Weis William, 154 Second 

Wertheimer I & Son (Isaac and M A) 
122 and 124 Davis 

Wertheimer L & E (Leopold and Eman- 
uel Wertheimer and J L Hess) 300-306 
Front 

Wertheimer Louis & Co, 

410-414 Sansome 

Wertheimer M & Co, 528 Washington 

White I K& Co (IK White) 221 Sac- 
ramento 

Woge Charles, 815 Battery 

Young & Co, 729 Sacramento 



CIGARETTE MANUFAC- 
TURERS. 

Bollman & Kruger (John Bollman and 
Charles Kruger) 704 Montgomery 

Morelos Antonia, 635 Pacific 

Quigley & Son (John and Dennis) 429 
Valencia 



CIGARS AND TOBACCO- 
RETAIL 

Ainsworth William, 650 Fourth 
Alexander Charles, 975 Market 
Antonelli Vinzenzio, 2292 Montgomery 

ave 
Ascli Isidore, 5 Dupont and 260 Market 
Asch Wm, 215 Sixth 



Aspelin Carl, SE cor Washington and 

Sansome 
Bamberger & Co (J Bamberger) 205 

Front 
Barth Charles, 14 Hayes 
Basch Morris, 624 Washington 
Batt Henry, 1306 Polk 
Becker Frederick W, 705 Davis 
Bello Joseph S, 113 Jackson 
Belus F A, 31 Pacific 
Berk M G, 215 Pine 
Beronio & Marre (T Beronio and M A 

Marre) 1421 Dupont 
Block I, 228 Sutter 
Boger Bro3 (William and Edward) 540 

Hayes and 102S Market 
Bowers H P, 1240 Market 
Brandt E A, 326 Davis 
Briggs E W, 646 Market 
Briggs S R, 200 California 
Buchmaun A, 31 Second 
Bura Adolph, 104 Dupont 
Bush P, 1048 Howard 
Bixtorf C, 423 Sansome 
CahnM, 311 Bush 
Camariuos D G, SW cor Sansome and 

Washington 
Casner Joanas, 108i Ninth 
Castle Charles, 336~Third 
Caulfield & Lvoch (Henry F Canlrieloi- 

and Hubert *T Lynch) 450| Third 
Chelesier Louis, 2930 Sixteenth 
Christopher Louis, 1405 Polk 
Cicchi Maria & Co, 426.^ Broadway 
Cohen Solomon J, junction Turk and 

Market 
Cohn Edward & Co (Edward Cohn) 225 

Montgomery and 1 Kearny 
Cohn I & Co (Isador Cohn) 10:'4 Market 
Cohn J M, 1034 Market 
Colby Z F, 1940^ Mission 
Collins J J, 1320i Howard 
Conro G A, 518 Battery 
Corwin G B & Co, 925 Market 
Dabelstein Henry, 28£ First 
Davis A, 344 Kearny 
Davis Bros (Louis aud Mark) 30 Mont- 
gomery 
Davy Silas, 1330 Market 
Diefenbacher Geo, 91 B Larkin 
Drathen Peter, 79 Fourth 
Dunlap D L, 21 Leidesdorff 
Duran Cruz E & Urzua Ricardo, 334 

Montgomery ave 
Engelbert P H, 801 Market cor Fourth 
Engeman H, 33 Sixth 
Erwin J, 610 Market 
Eschelbach Geo, 323 Pacific 
Evans E W, 545 Calif irnia 

Fernandez Philip. 202 Sixth 

Flanagan M A, 617 Montgomery 
Fleishman L &-CJo (L Fleishman and N 

Walmer) 731 Davis 
Fowler J, 206 Bush 



ALL High Explosives 



ARE IMITATIONS OF GIANT POWDER 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.. Gen. Agents, S. F. 



Truman, [sham & Hooker, 



iai-167 Market Street. Hay, Hide, Hop. Raff, 
Wool, and Orchilla PRJESSEs. 



CIG 



San Francisco. 



CIG 



155 



Frese & Poplowsky (F Frese and Charles 
Poplowsky) 401 Montgomery ave 

Fried 1 ande r & Kaeser (Loais Friedlander 
and Edward Kaeser) 429 Montgomery 

Gannon Peter T, cor Montgomery and 
Post 

Garbini Teresa Mrs, 1513^ Dupont 

Garnback A, 200 Montgomery ave 

Gaughran John, 702 Brannan 

Georges & Liudholm (Leonard Georges 
and Henry Lindholm) 308 Kearny 

Gillispie R P, 227 Hayes 

Girard Auguste, 1317 Stockton 

Glynn John P, 222 Fourth 

Goldenson Edward, 24 Hayes 

Goldstone Heres, 502 Hayes 

Goodman Louis J, 304 California 

Gorrn,an & Dove (James Gorman and 
Wm Dove) 151 Second 

Greenberg Chas, 51 Sacramento 

Greenebaum A C, 20 and 22 Geary 

Griesser Adolph, SE cor Montgomery 
and Clay 

Gunst M A & Co (M A Gunst) 212 San- 
some, 203 Kearny and 800 and S02 
Market 

Hall Ralph, 1128* Folsom 

Hanjes Edward H, 305 California 

Hanke Charles H, 328 Pine 

Hanlan Peter, 254 Third 

Hansen F O, SW cor East and Jackson 

Harrison Thomas, 103 Ninth 

Hasterlick S, 103 Sixth 

Helmstein N J, 26 Eddy 
Henningsen Hans, S42 Market 
Heymans Alexander, junction Market 

and Hayes 
Hill John, 2016 Fillmore 
Hirstel N A, 213 Montgomery 
Holliday Isidore, 705 Market 
Hollingsvvorth Thomas C, 1519 Market 
Huff George R, 424 Folsom 
Hurley Jeremiah, 514 Third 
Imbroghio I, 11 Powell 
Janas Casern, 108 Ninth 
Jenkins Joshua, 529 East 
John Wm, 123 Dupont 
Johnson E J, 1201 Polk 
Jargens Anton, 136 Second 
Kalischer & Co (J L Kalischer) 206 

Third 
Kaufman L, 309 East 
Kellner A, 242 Sixth 
Ketelson Auguste, 604 Fourth 

Klahn John H, no Sixth 

Kn:scher H J, 226 Montgomery 

LaChapelie Exiida Mme. 

NW cor Post and Central ave 
Landler Louis, 309| Dupont 
Landsberg Henry, 103 Kansome 
Lathrop E N, 414 Sanaome 

Lausten S, 100 Second 
Lerond Theo, 302 Dupont 



Leviele S L, 1027 Howard 

Levy & Fischer (Moses Levy and Isaac 

Fischer) 2008 Mission 
Lewin Arthur, 133 Montgomery 
Lewis Joseph, 201 Fourth 

Lieker Frank, NE cor Clay and Mont- 
gomery 
Lingenfelser C W, 16 Sixth 
Lodington Chas S, 200 Third 
Loudon Oberlin, 220 Second 
Lowell Frank, 432 California 
Lustig Henry L A, 19 Pacific 
Lutticken Frank, 36 Sixth 
Lytgens J W R, 18-£ Fifth 
Mack James, 1043^ Market 
Maher William, 58 Second 
Mandlebaum Louis, 310 Montgomery 
Mangles H C, ,NW cor Clay and East 
MannBC, 1240 Market 
Mattat Charles G, 316Montgomery ave 
Matzdorff Moritz, 625 Union 
May S, 2246 Mission 
Mayer Jos, NE cor Bush and Battery 
McCarthy D J, 1128 Folsom 
McLeod Hugh R, 544 Fourth 
Medau J P, 201 Montgomery ave 
Meier Margret Mrs, 526 Fourth 
Michalitschke Bros & Co (Antone and 

Joseph Michalitschke) 902 Market 

and 239 Kearny 
Mithalitschke Chas, 64 Third 
Michalitschke Gustav, 501 Kearny 
Michalitschke Joseph, 601 Kearny 
MichelsE, 151 Third 
Miller C W J, 419 East 
Miller Henry, 1200 Market 
Miller John P, 102 Jackson 
T :ller Wm, 5 1 Si Geary 
M oiler John y 1230 Dupont 
Morris John, 106 Seventh 
Morris Julius, 32 Third 
Myers & Sotzen (John H Myers and 

Geo Sotzen) 506 Valencia 
Newmark Joseph S, US Fourth 
Nichols Richard, SE cor Eighth and 

Market 
O'Neill M, 528 .J Sixth 
Oramas Theodore, NE cor California 

and Front 
Packsher S, Baldwin Hotel 
Patchel Edward, 102 Fourth 
Pearlman Abraham M, junction Market 

and Sutter 
Peiser Lemuel, 210 Kearny 
Perkius L G, 16 Third 
Peterson N P, 138 Market 
Petri Cerobina, 1407 Dupont 
Pinsker M, 415 Larkin 
Plumbe Richard, 1402 Valencia 
Posner Philip, 337 Hayes 
Raphael Isidor, 430 Kearny 
Reese John, also shaving and 

hair dressing saloon, 211 and 213 

Montgomery ave 



ST. DAVID'S, 



190 Rooms, 715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. Single rooms 50 
■:ents por night Daily papers on file. Hot baths free. 



ROSEWOOD, LIGNUM-VIT/E, BOXWOOD. 



JOHV WIGMORE, 

133 Spear Street, 8. F. 




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Reiser & Peterson (Albert Reiser and 

Louis Peterson) 1000 Market 
Reynolds Richard H, 634 Fourth 
Ritter H H, 250 Sutter 
Roberts H H, 36 Geary 
Roberts M, 327 Pacific 
Rosenthal B, 501 and 503 Montgomery 
Roundey & Fay (Chas H Roundey and 

S J Fay) 412 Kearny 
Roussell Charles, 312 Third 
Rucker L F, 312J Turk 
Schmidt Francis, 1009 Howard 
Schmidt John C, 427 East 
Schnitzer Jacob, 347 Fourth 
Schocken A L. 329 Montgomery 
Schoenfeldt S, 21 Kearny 
Schreiber A, 3U9 Fourth 
Schulte J H, 214 Brannan 
SeeRM J, 13 Third 
Seely Albert, 36 Second 
Segelcke William F E, 1 158 Market 
Seidel William, 17* Fourth 
Sensenbrenner Aug, 257 Fourth 
Sheyer Emanuel, NE cor Kearny and 

Geary 
Shula Bros (John and Antonine) 100 

Market 
Sideman Abe, 19 Montgomery ave 
Siewert Charles, 24 Steuart 
Simmons Herbert, 146 Fourth 
Sisenvine L, Grand Hotel 
Sommer H, 443 Bush 
Spanier & Co (Joe Spanier and H Krebs) 

27 and 29 Kearny 
Spear William I, 976 Harrison 
Sternberg L, 909 Larkin 
Stern Charles, NE cor California and 

Davis 
Sutliff Henry, 330 and S32 Kearny 
Swainske D & Co (D Swainske) 946 

Market 
Tabordon Victor T, 81 9i Kearny 
Thilemann Otto, cor McAllister and 

Market 
Thrane C R, 237 Third 
Thyes John B, NE cor Third and Mis- 
sion 
Treanor Patrick, 210 Dupont 
Vail Bros (Walter H and Charles A) 

1430 Stockton and 433 Montgomery 

ave 
Van Praag Samuel, 121 1^ Polk 
Vocke Gustav C, 131 Montgomery ave 

Von Tiedemann F, 3io Sixth 

Von Ahnden J H, 5 Kearny 
| Whaler AN, 1231 Mission 
i Walker Francis J, 604 Twenty-third 

Wallenstein J H, 301 Kearny 

Ware Thomas C, 316 Bush 

Warncke E, 129 Sixth 

Warshaur M, 321 California 

Welcker Charles, 121^ Davis 

Wiener Charles, 1613 Polk 

Wilhelmi Wolrad, 509 Montgomery 



Wortman Mme Agnes. § 

cor Montgomery and Pacific 
Wrener A, 423 and 425 Jackson 
Zeph F J, 151 Seventh 
Ziesche E, 621 Kearny 

CITY AND COUNTY 
OFFICERS 

(See Officers — City and County.) 

CLAIRVOYANTS. 

Adair Annie Miss, 106 Eddy 
Aitken K S Mrs, ?30 Mission 

Bryant E J Mrs, 33* Sixth . 

Hance Miss, 100 Sixth 
Hart Mrs, 306 Stockton 
Leland A Mrs, 789 Mission 
Lionel Lena Mme, 867 Mission 
Maynard V M Mrs, 113 Third 
Morton A Mrs, 210 Stockton 
Ordway W F, 33 A Sixth 
Rea H L Mrs, 139 Fourth 



CLOAKS AND SUITS- 

Benson Samuel, 224 Taylor 
Berkowitz M, 136 Montgomery ave 

Brown & Metzner, 549 Market 
Browne &Rearden (Richard H 

Browne and Francis J Rearden) 1132 
Market 

Calleau Armand, 48 Geary 

Fratinger & Co (A M Fratinger) 105 
Kearny 

Hamburger D, 111 Sansome 

Hodge Robert, 8 and 10 Fifth 

Kelly & LiebeS, proprietors Sulli- 
van's Cloak and Suit House, 120 
Kearny 

Kramer, Goodman & 

Brown Stein (H Kramer, 
T Goodman and J Brownstein) 20 
Sansome 

Mayer Charles, 569 Market 

Messager Etienne, 145 Post 

Mosgrove, Mahe & Co (S 

Mosgrove and Gustave Mahe) 110 

Kearny 
Mueller Albert, 841 Market 
Noll George, 818 Market 
Pilger W, 953 Market 
Stein Jacob H, 211 Dupont 

Sullivan's Cloak and Suit 

House, Kelly & Liebes propri- 
etors, 120 Kearny 

Vaudagua F & C (Francis and Catherine) 
1236 Market 

Williams & Selleck (Mrs J G Williams 
and Mrs C'W Selleck) 31 Ellis 



I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413 

Kinds 



-415 Market St. IROV. STEEJL, All 
Blacksmiths' Materials, HEAVY HARDWARE. 



STOITZ'S WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
to Perfection. Does XOT WASH OFF 




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Wurkheim & Co (M Wurkheim) 125 
Kearny 

Wyoming Coat & Cloaking Co, 12 Mont- 
gomery 

Yates R H & Co (R H Yates) 4 and 6 
Dupont 

Yeaw W H & CO (Wm H Yeaw) 
422 Sutter 



CLOCKS— IMPORTERS. 

Davis Bros, Toklas & Co, 10-16 Sutter 

Day Thomas & Co, 122 Sutter 

Hall A I & Son, 528 and 530 

Lundy T, 7 and 9 Third 

Nathan B & Co, 126 Sutter 

Seth Thomas Clock Co, H Molineux 

mgr, 132 Sutter 
Spence John G, 162 Ninth 

Waterbury Clock Co, a i 

Hall & Son agents, 528 and 530 Mar- 
ket 

CLOTHES WRINGERS. 
Armes& Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 



CLOTHING-RETAIL. 

Abraham Abram, 400 Pacific 

Abraham J, 721 Sansome 

Abrahams Jacob, 814 Battery 

Abrahams Louis, 4 and 6 Clay 

Abrams Isaac, 114 Third 

Altshuler Levy, 505 Montgomery 

Appel Simon, 247 Fourth 

Argieg Peter, 1407 Stockton 

Attel M, 255 Third 

Beujamin Elias, 231 Third 

Bercowitz Simon, 534 and 541 Pacific 

Black K, 317£ Third 

Brendal B Mrs, 932^ Folsom 

Brock J & Co, 718 Washington 

Burnett Richard, 468 Clementina 

Caro Minnie Mrs, 312 Pacific 

Carroll & Tilton (James Carroll and W 

H Tilton) 873 Market 
Chicago Clothing Co, A Stern propr, 

38 and 40 Kearny 
Cohen Aaron, 429 Pacific 
Cohsn Harris, 54 Fourth 
Cohen Joseph, 219 Pacific 
Cohen Louis, 306 Pacific 
Cohen Meyer, 516 Fourth 
Cohen Michael, 132 Pacific 
Cohn A, 429 Pacific 
Cohn Joseph & Bro, 723 Montgomery 
Cohn Marcus, 222 Sixth 
Cohn M B, 131 Jackson 
Cohn Myer, 516 Fourth 
Cohn S, 28 Sixth 
Cohn Thomas, 653 Washington 



Coleman Catharine Mrs, 41 Third 
Colman Bros (Abraham Colman) SW 

cor Montgomery and Bush 
Colman & Franklin (Chas Colman and 

Max J Franklin) 202-206 Kearny 
David Lazarus, 7 Broadway 
Emanuel Harris, 348 Third 
Epstine Samuel, 244 Third 
Erb Manuel, 244 and 246 Sixth 
Estrem Joseph, 821 Montgomery 

Fatieuil Hall, Raphael & Son, 865 
Market and 527 Montgomery 

Fechheimer & McBoyle, 706-720 Kearny 

Figel Joseph, 211 Montgomery 

Fisher Michael, 131 Third 

Flavin Martin J, 606-620 Kearny and 
924 Market 

Fogel George, 10 Clay 

Frank Ephraim, 535 and 537 Kearny 

Franklin A, 108 Pacific 

Franklin E & G, 511 Davis 

Giocondo Chiselli, 107 Pacific 

Goldwater Marks. 108 Jackson 

Gost Bernard, 135 Fourth 

Green & Seiler, 689 Market 

Hamburger Gustave & Bro (G and M) 
54 Third 

Hand J S, 314 Kearny 

Harris Charles, 527 Pacific 

Harris M, 566-572 Brannan 

Harris J, 204 Brannan 

Harris S, 110 Steuart 

Harris W & Co, 802 and 804 Kearny 

Heiman Bros (A L and Joseph) 1026- 
1030 Market 

Hertz L, 427 Pacific 

Hirsch Bros (Joseph and Leopold) 204 
Montgomery ave 

Hoppe Joseph, 637 Pacific 

Isaacs Albert, 823 Kearny 

Isaacs Hyman, 239 Third 

Isaacs Solomon, 507 Jackson 

Israel J, 934 Dupont 

Israel Simon, 614 Fourth 

Joseph & Co (L Joseph and J Harris) 
232 Kearny 

Jacobs Phenie, 335i Third 

Kalisky Charles, 109 and 111 Seoond 

Kalisky M, 123 Sixth 

Klehmet M Mrs, 1140| Howard 

Kron Julius, 929 Kearny 

Label S, 212 Steuart 

Lachman A, 810 Montgomery 

Lando Harris, 317 Kearny 

Laurent Mary, 1007 Howard 

Levey Marcus, 7 Jackson 

Levy Abraham, 262 Third 

Levy Louis, 227 Pacific 

Levy Marks, 128 Pacific 

Levy Morris & Co (M Levy and I Hy- 
man) 142 Jackson 

Levy & Hyman (Morris Levy and Isaac 
Hyman) 120 Jackson 

Lewis Herman, 631 Front 



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Lichtenstein Solomon, 214 Sixth 

Loewenthal Jos, 927 Market 

London and New York Clothing Com- 
pany, Chas Colman and M J Frank- 
lin, 202 206 Kearny 

Maher W E, 12 and 14 Bryant 

Mann & Benedict, SW cor Kearny and 
Sutter 

Margot J C, 621 Davis 

Marks H, 239 Fourth 

Martin's Clothing House, Geo J S 
Hyams mgr, 435 Montgomery 

Mayer M E & Co (M E Mayer and I 
Oppenheimer) 326 Sixth 

Mendelson El can, 233 Pacific 

Michael Chas, 126 Third . 

Michaels Bros (I and A) 209 Fourth 

Rflierson & Jewell (Augustus 

Mierson and Godfrey Jewell) propri- 
etors The Great X L N T Clothing 
House, 52S-532 Kearny 

Nathan Lena Mrs, 937 Market 

Nathan S, 117 Third 

N lines LuiS A, H5 Jackson 

O'Banion & Dagenais, 712 

and 7 14 Market 
Oppenheim John, 24 Clay 
Pauson Henry, 517 Pacific 
Pincus Morris, 20 Third 
Porta G E, 827 Kearny 
Prager A J, 828 and 833 Kearny 
Priebatch J, 141 Third 
Pyser Louis, 428 Pacific 
Ransom Saul, 327 Third 

Raphael Isaac & Son, 865 

Market and 527 Montgomery 

Rodrigues & Rapozo (A Rodrigues and 
M S Rapozo) 326 Drumm 

Roos Bros (Adolph and H) 35 and 37 
Kearny 

Rosenthal Maurice, propr Misfit Cloth- 
ing Parlors, NW cor Post and Du- 
pont 

S Chafer & CO. ll Montgomery 

Seiler David, 6S9 Market 

Shrier Elkan, 201 Montgomery 

Simon Esther, 447 Third 

Simon H Mrs, 305^ Third 

Smith Henry, 539 Pacific 

Solomon Myer, 116 Jackson 

Stein Gashie, 417 Pacific 

Sternberg E, 354 and 356 Fourth 

Stockwitz Morris, 250 Fourth 

Stone Maurice, 157 Third 

Summerfield & Roman (H and L Sum- 
merfield ami B Romau) 942 Market 

The Creat Eastern Cloth- 
ing HOUSe, Isaac Abrams propri- 
etor, 540 Kearny 

Weinberg Louis, 303£ Third 

Wiener Marks, 127 Jackson 

Williams Lizzie Mrs, 761 Howard 

Wilson John A, 309 Sixth 



Witkowsky Harris, 235 Fourth 
Wolfe A, 902 Dupont 
Wood S N & Co (S N Wood) 35 Sutter 
Woodward & Stern, 832-838 Market 

clothingT^ whole 

Alexander S & Co (S O Alexander and 
A Marcus) 2 and 4 Battery 

Banner Brothers (Simon and 

Peter Banner, New York) 5 and 7 

Sansome 
Banner Victor, 35 Sutter 
Baum J St CO (J Baum and H 

Shrier) 9 and 1 1 Sansome 
Brown Bros & Co (L, M and R Brown 

and B Scheideman) agts Oregon City 

Woolen Mills, 121 and 123 Sansome 
Brown N & Co (N Brown) 108 Battery 
Colman Bros, SW cor Bush and Mont 

gomery 
Creger Win, 4 Trinity 
Elfelt A B & Co (A B and A P Elfelt, 

Sol Goldsmith, Geo A and PhilKohn) 

108 and 110 Sansome 
Fechheimer, Goodkind & Co (M S Fech- 

heimer, H Goodkind, H Kronthal, 

Chas Fisher and Chas E Adler) 16 and 

18 Sansome 
Honig Nathan, 1 15 Battery 
Hyams & Pauson (Ed and Wm Hyams 

and Frank Pauson) 22 Sansome 
Hyman M & Co (M Hyman, A Good- 
kind and Samuel Stiner) 120 Sansome 
Jacobs J, 202 Bush 

Joseph BrOS (H and L) 229 Mont- 
gomery 
Krouse S R, 111 Front 
Levy & Kusel (George Levy and S A 

Kusel) 102 Second 
Meyerstein & Lowenberg, 109 Sansome 
Nathan, Pulverman & Co (S J Nathan 

and B Pulverman) 109 Battery 
Raas E & Co, 26 and 28 Montgomery 
ReiSS BrOS & CO (Solomon, Isaac 

and Achille Reins) 24 and 26 Sutter 
Steinhart W I & Co (Wm I Steiuhart, 

Chas Adler and Wm Schollej 3 and 5 

Battery 
Straus & Levy (M Straus andH Levy) 

24 and 26 Sansome 
Witt & Pursch (J Witt and F Pursch) 

113 Battery 
Yu Tai &Co, 738 Washington 



CLOTHS 

(See also Woolens.) 
Baumgarten A & Co (A and Joseph 

Baumgarteir) 7 Montgomery 
Schwartz Mitcjiell 

Stein, Simon & Co, 585 Market 



Nobel's E xp c'l. s ^[ 



OSiVe FOR VERY HARD ROCK AND SUBMARINE BLASTING. 
n© I Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., General Agents, San Francisco. 



DENNETT JUMP SEATS. 



Truman, Isham Jk Hooker, 421-427 Market St. 
WHOLRHALE ANTI> JRETAIJL. 



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COAL DEALERS. 

(See also Wood and Coal.) 
B iraard Frank & Co ( F Barnard and H 

Voorman) 609 Battery 
Bichard Nicholas, 10 Howard 
Black Diamond Coal Co, P B Cornwall 

pres, James H Dobinsou sec, SE cor 

Spear and Folsom 
Cedar River Coal Co, P T Dickinson 

mgr, 106-112 Mission 
Chandler R D, 507 East 

Downie George. 20* Market 

Dunsmuir & Sous (Robert, Albert and 
James) Wellington Colliery, 620 East 

Ebbets Arthur M (wholesale 

and retail) 109-115 Sacramento 
Empire C<>al Mine Railroad, Egbert 

Judson and M W Bel-maw, 402 Front 
Harrison J W, 204 California 

Macdonough Joseph, 4i 

Market; yards iSVV cor Spear and Fol- 
som, and SE cor Beale and Folsom 

Middleton John, IS Post, yard cor Sut- 
ter and Powell 

Newbauer Joseph, office 206 Bush, de- 
pot 656 and 658 Howard 

Oregon Improvement Co, J L Howard 
asst mgr, 214 California 

Perine Ceo M & C) (Geo M 

Perine and Hugh Flynn) wholesale 
and retail yard NE cor Howard and 
Fifth, office 28 New Montgomery 

Renton Coal Co, T B Morris pres T H 
Henderson sec, 1032 Sutter 

Rosenfeld John, w s Front bet Vallejo 
and Green, office 202 Sansome 

Shaw & Sharp, 10 Fremont 

Shloss M, 503 California 

Strieker Louis, 1025 Bush 

Wellington Shipping Co, 620 East 

coaxTmines 

(See Mining Companies.) 



COAL OIL. 

OlCOVJCh BrOS> 12 and 14 Front 



COFFEE SALOONS. 

(See also Restaurants.) 

Amos Pecock's 5 cent 
Temperance Coffee 

HOUSe. average meal 8 cents, 616 
Sacramento 



AMOS PECOCK'S 

5 Oerxt 
TEMPERANCE COFFEE HOUSE, 

Average Meal, 8 Cents. 

616 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



Ahlers & Nau, 23 Montgomery ave 
Alex Joseph F, 1403 Stockton 
Anderson E Mrs, 443 Valencia 
Antunovich F, 520 Sacramento 
Ashley Henry, 6 Fourth 
Baker B M, 503 Davis 
Benson J A, 48 Seventh 
Bocawovich P, 161 Steuart 
B)othby Adolph E, 312 Townsend 
Boyer Sidney, 241 Eighth 
Brandt F, 82! Kearny 
Bratt J H, 458 Sixth 
Buchanan Win, 308 Sixth 
Burnhamer Henry, 35£ Sutter 
Central Coffee House, John Monson 

propr, 923 Market 
Cernoyi.ravich Chns, 15 Vallejo 
Chreest Katy Mrs, 6.32 Fourth 
Christ & Frahm, 522 California and 9 

Stockton 
Christeusen Christ. 127 Berry 
Christensen Ferdinand, 605 Montgom- 
ery 
CottrellB J, 1141 Market 
Cuuha Freeman J, 111 Jackson 
Dickenson R E, 232^ Montgomery 
Drob iz Mattio, 503 East 
Dligan Delia 923 Market 
Ellings worth Samuel, 108 Fourth 
Feyhl John, 530 Fourth 
Fischer Julius, 109 Dupont 
Fletcher & Raith (E T Fletcher and 

George Raith) 102 Drumm 
Franco vich & Michele (A Francovich 
and M Michele) 4 Union 

German Coffee Saloon, otto 

Graueist anil Montz Daeweritz pro- 
prietors, 26 Geary 
Goecken H B. 515 Third 
Goicovich George, 303 East 
Handy & Zierau (Thomas Handy and 

Anton Zierau) 221 Dupont 
Hansen C N, 315 Dupont 
Harris C P, 17 Washington 
Harrison Maud Mrs, 310 Fourth 
Hellwig Fred, 112 Dupont 
Herron Grace Mi*s, 256 Fourth 
Hess Robert, 417 California 
Hoeges Jac b, 325 and 341 Bush 
Hofmann Matthaus, 10 Sacramento 

Home Coffee and Lunch 

ROOm, Mrs Kate S Hart and Mrs 
Sallie E Howard p;Oprietors, 509 
Montgomery 
Hurlburt T B, 11 85 Market 

Jacobson James. 5 Sixth 

Jaunet LOUiS. 654 Mission 
Johnson A F, 10 Jackson 
Johnson Henry, 325 Drumm 
Jones Kate Mrs, 618 Mission 
Jovovoich Lazar, 100 Jackson 
Kahn S, 236 Montgomery 
Kamna Margaret Mrs, 1007 Valencia 
Keaney Mary Mrs, 1553 Market 



M0RETTI & TREZZINI, Fresco Painters, 



Phelan 
Building:. 



John Wigmore, HARDWOOD LUMBER. 1 2 9 to 1 47 Spe a r St. 



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Koenig Annie, 14^ Turk 

Larsen C G, 18 Eddy 

Lautermilch L, 511 Montgomery 

Leihkam S, 206 McAllister 

Leithman Jacob, 15.1 Fourth 

Lorentz Robert, 7 -Stockton 

Lotta Coffee Saloon, Mark Lovely mgr, 

650 Market 
Lund M M, 615 Montgomery 
Lund & Neilsoii, 959 Market 
Luudin Anna C Mrs, 248 Fourth 
Maricich Luca, 23 Vallejo 
Masounette & Paritza (Eugene Masoun- 

ette and Jasper Paritza) 221 Leides- 

dorff 
Maslick John, 124 Jackson 
Mayle & Wienbolz (Geo D Mayle and 

N C Wienholz) 427 Montgomery 

Metropolitan Coffee Sa- 
loon, M Block proprietor, 2H 
Montgomery ave 

Meyer Louis, 14 Eddy 

Nielsen Anna, 1201 Fillmore 

Nissen & Juhl, 24 O'Farrell 

Norager & HjUl (Albert Nor- 
ager aud Hans H Hjul) 426 Montgom- 
ery and 5 ] 6 Pine 

Palmer W F, 606 Mission 

Pearson S A Mrs, 631 Clay 

PeCOCk AmOS, Temperance Cof- 
fee House, 616 Sacramento 

Pendo John, 723 Davis 

Peterson C A, 14 Sacramento 

Petersen & Co (Jacob and Frederick 
Petersen) 277 East 

Petroske .Samuel, 310 Dupont 

Eavn & Christesen, 22 Fifth 

Keinert Ole, 626 Fourth 

Rich & Christensen (A J Rich and Paul 
Christensen) 60 Third 

Roberts Charles, 552 Mission 

Sambuck John, 1105 Front 

Shultz H, 522| Sixth 

Silva D, 540 California 

Smith & Olsen (H M Smith and Fred 
Olsen) w s Drumm bet Market and 
California 

Steffan John, NE cor Folsom and 
Steuart 

Stewart Henry, 506 Howard 

Strohlin Karl A, 210 Sutter 

Sturiza Nicholas, 226 Battery 

Sundberg P G, 47 Sacramento 

Swan Peter, 48 Sacramento 

Temperance Coffee House, Mrs S A 
Pearson, 631 Clay 

Toft & Christensen (K N Toft and P 
Christensen) 425 Bush 

Toft & Wilson (C Toft and C Wilson) 
428 Kearny 

Tyler S H & Son, 218 Sacramento 

Van Hoeter Robert, 416 Larkin 

j Vignoli Luigi, 615 Commercial 

i Vlautin Paul, 715 Davis 



Wade Henry, 615 and 619 Sacramento 

W C T Coffee House, 1003 Market 

Westheimer J F, 322£ Montgomery 

Williams S A, 727 Larkin 

Wilson Jerome, 1508 Polk 

Women's Temperance Coffee House, 

Mrs S A Pearson propr, 631 Clay 
Wood F Mrs, 1147 Howard 
Wuest Wm F, 646 Clay 
Yordi JU, 815 Market 
Zei.geer E, 118 O'Farrell 

COFFEE AND SPICE 
MILLS- 

Adams A P, 316 Mission and 51 Fre- 
mont 

Behre F & Co, 51 Beale 

Bertin & Lepori (L C Bertin and C 
Lepori) 536 Commercial 

Bothin Manufacturing Co, 

H E Bothin president and manager, 

17 and 19 Main 
Clapp & JeSSUp (Edward L 

Clapp and Andrew J Jessup) 51 Fre- 
mont 
Empire Steam Coffee and Spice Mills, 

Leege & Mills proprs, 410 and 412 

Clay 
Folger J A& Co (J AFolger) 104 and 106 

California 

Chirardelli D & SONS (D, D 

Jr, J, and L) 415 and 417 Jackson . 
Golden Gate Coffee and Spice Mills, 

Wm Van Voss propr, 621 Sansome 
Guittard E & Co (E Guittard) 207 and 

2U9 Sacramento 
Hills Bros (R W and A H) 400 Sansome 
KOSter & Zwick, also manufact- 
urers Ackerman's coffee extract, 323 

Front 
Leege & Mills (Chas F Leege and W G 

Mills) 410 and 412 Clay 
McCarthy Bros & Co (John and E W 

McCarthy and D Callaghan) 119 and 

121 Front 
Miner W H, 18 and 20 Fremont 
Murphy A H & Co, 1045 Market 
OlCOVich BrOS, 12 and 14 Front 
Pioneer Steam Coffee and Spice Mdls, J 

A Folger & Co proprs, 104 and 106 

California 
Pistolesi Frank: V, 1314 Pacific, office 

120 California 
Schilling A & Co, 108-112 Market 
Thierbach & Kroeger (Chas Thierbach 

and Wm Kroeger) SW cor Fifth and 

Bryant 
Tyler S H & Son (H F and E) 21S Sac- 
ramento 

Washington Manufactur- 
ing CO,- Adelsdorfer & Branden- 
stein proprietors, 406 and 408 Clay 



r~P~HiTTiiUIMI/ir Pfl 413-415 Perkins' HORSE and MULE sHUlib, 

O. VAN YlINIVLt & bU., Market St. Globe Putnam Northwestern Horse Nails 




The Largest Pacific Coast Co. 



ASSETS, $2,000,000.00 

LOSSES PAID, $6,500,000.00 




HOME OFFICE: 
SomtbiArvest Cor. of California and. Sansome Sts. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Insure in a LEADING HOME COMPANY, furnish- 
ing undoubted security, and whose invest- 
ments are on this Coast. 

D. J. STAPLES, President*, WM. J. DUTTON, Secretary, 

ALPHEUS BULL, Vrce- President, E. W. CARPENTER, Asst. Secretary, 

N. T. JAMES, Marine Secretary, 

[OVER] 



BUY 
Ttie Best 

Security. 



IN PLACING YOUR 

FIRE INSURANCE 

The Primary Considerations should be 



BAY 

Adequate 
Rates. 



SECURITY, - - COST 



AND THE 



GENERAL GOOD 

Of the Community which, contributes to your support and profit. 
Therefore 



INSURE 




FOf^ IT "FILLS THE BILL," 

Same being "itemized*' as follows: 

SECURITY. &>*«!*, $2,000,000; £oMt»3aib, $6,500,000. 

cib ^ccutil'i) b oHcte: 

THE LARGEST Company ever organized on the Pacific Coast. 
THE LA H GEST Amount paid for Losses by any Company on this Coast 
THE LARGEST Business of any Company organized on this Coast. 

COST. SAME AS IN ANY FIRST CLASS COMPANY. 

GENERAL GOOD, g^ $2^0,000 arc f.crcou if.b 

(Eoa^l, ficfpi nc| to bcvefop I'fic counlrij anb ?o fie fpi i icj uou, 



Assist 
the 

Community 



FOOT IT UP FOR YOURSELF 

AND YOU WILL FIND THAT THB 

FIGURING IS C0RRECT7 

[OVFR] 




STEAM ENGINES t THRESHING MACHINES. ' 



4»1 4*7 Market HU 



San Francisco — Supplemental. 



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Church Edward B (Episcopal) 1036 

Valencia 
Connolly M D (Catholic) 
Cottle John E (Catholic) 
Crowhurst Wm 
Culleu Andrew, rector St John's, 220 

Ellis 
Cushman C D, 407 Taylor 
Davis W W (Episcopal) 
Davison John, 32 Rauseh 
De Benedet A (Catholic) cor Broadway 

and Mason 
Doogan Manes (Catholic) cor Bush and 

Steiner 
Duffy P (Catholic) cor St Francis and 

Vallejo 
Dugard M A (Episcopal) 
Fitzpatrick Timothy, rector Mount St 

Joseph's, South S F 
Fitzpatrick Dominic (Catholic) cor 

Bush and Steiner 
Flood Jas (Catholic) 1122 Eddy 
Foute R C (Episcopal) 1003 Pine 
Franchi Charles (Catholic) 
Gallagher Hugh P J (Catholic) 744 

Mission 
Gallagher Joseph A (Catholic) cor Tenth 

and Howard 
Garriga Andrew (Catholic) cor Broad- 
way and Mason 
Gray John (Episcopal) 
Grey Peter, rector St Patrick's, 744 Mis- 
sion 
Harrington Hyacinth (Catholic) cor 

Bush and Steiner 
Harrington John F (Catholic) Vallejo 
Harty F (Catholic) 
Higginbothan W P, 357 Tehama 
Jenks G H (Episcopal) 321 Geary 
Juny Edward D (Episcopal) 1534 Mission 
Kemmy John, rector St Teresa's, cor 

Tennessee and Santa Clara 
Kendig D (Episcopal) 
KipWm Ingraham (Episcopal) 
Klahn August, 1711 Church 
Krebs C F E 
Lagan M (Catholic) cor Tenth and 

Howard 
Larkin Thomas (Catholic) 744 Mission 
Lion Edgar, 723 Grove 
Lynch P (Catholic) 744 Mission 
Mattern H, 8 John 
Mayhew H H (Episcopal) cor Twentieth 

and Mission 
McCoy H J, 724 Hayes 
McElroy R, 519 Market 
Mead George (Episcopal) 1534 Mission 
Merter John (Catholic) Tyler nr Jones 
Miel Chas (Episcopal) 206 Lombard 
Montgomery George, 628 California 
Moscrop J, 105 Austin 
Murphy Pius (Catholic) cor Bush and 

Steiner 
Neales William S, 2107£ Webster 



Nixon William (Episcopal) Clay 
Nugent D F (Catholic) Brannan nr 4th 
Nugent John F (Catholic) cor Harrison 

and Fremont 
O'Callaghan Timothy (Catholic) cor 

Van Ness and Broadway 
O'Conner C (Catholic) cor Brannan and 

Fourth 
O'Connor James (Catholic) cor Van 

Ness and Broadway 
O'Conner P J (Catholic) cor Tenth and 

Howard 
O'Neill Thomas, cor Bush and Steiner 
Osgood H A 
Penwick James 

Prendergart John, St Mary's Cathedral 
Reidhaar Rev (Catholic) Columbia nr 

Twenty-fourth 
Riordan Patrick W, St Mary's Cathe- 
dral 
Robert Peter (Catholic) Bush nr Du- 

pont 
Rooney Anthony (Catholic) cor Bush 

and Steiner 
Sandholt P I 

Sasia Joseph (Catholic) 214 Hayes 
Scanlan P, rector St Joseph's Church, 

cor Tenth and Howard 
Schrader Herman 
Simonds S & Co 

Smith P, cor St Frances and Vallejo 
Spaulding Edward B (Episcopal) 1534 

Mission 
Sullivan J J, Mission off Dolores 
Ver Mehr J L, 1712 Pacific ave 
Williams Thos G (Episcopal) 429 Eddy 
Wolf S (Catholic) Tyler nr Jones 
Young W C (Episcopal) 932 Clay 



J,. W. HYIB, 

DEALER IN 

Reliable Clocks, 

Seth Thomas and Other Makes. 



Every one warranted. Repairing at lowest rates. 

1014 Market St., S. F. 



CLOTHING 

Cohn Joseph, 48 Steuart 

Hyams & Pauson, 117 and 119 Sansome 

ROOS Bros. 31-37 Kearny 

COAL. 

Hawley J C, pres Newport Coal Co, NE 
cor Folsom and Spear 

Oregon Improvement Co, 

John L Howard manager, 48 Market 
Renton Coal Co, SE cor Mission and 
East 



M0RETTI & TREZZINI, Fresco Painters, £&!8£« 



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MAIN OFFICE, 48 MARKET STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



DEPOTS. 

SAN FRANCISCO, Beale Street Wharf, R. HUSBAND, Agent. 

OAKLAND, CAL., Foster's Wharf, C. A. SESSIONS, Agent. 

ASTORIA, OREGON, 0. R. & N. CO.'S Wharf, E. A. NOYES, Agent. 

PORTLAND, OREGON, Ainsworth Dock, J. M. FOX, Agent. 

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TERR'TY, Ocean Dock, F. A. BELL, Agent. 



The LARGEST COAL SHIPPERS on the COAST. 

MINERS of the CELEBRATED 

SEATTLE COAL FOR DOMESTIC USE, 

And of FRANKLIN Coal for Steam. 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 

WALLSEND SYDNEY COAL for Gas and Steam, WEST HARTLEY, 

SCOTCH SPLINT, WELLINGTON, CANNEL, and other Foreign 

COALS for DOMESTIC and STEAM Use. 

GAS COMPANIES Supplied at LOWEST RATES. 



BLACKSMITH COAL A SPECIALTY, 

From Direct Importation of Cumberland Coal. 
COUNTRY ORDERS for All Kinds, in Sacks, Casks, or Bulk, 
filled by Rail or Water as ordered. 



J0HM L. HOW ABB, Ass't Manager. 



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STOLTZ'S WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
to Perfection. Does NOT WASH OFF 



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COFFEE IMPORTERS. 
Bothin Manufacturing; Co, 

17 and J9Muu 
Coleman W # T & Co, SE cor Main and, 
Market 

Chirardelli D & Sons. -m- 

417 Jackson 
Guittard E & Co, 207 Sacramento 
Schilling A & Co (A Schilling and G F 

Voikman) 10S-I12 Market 

Washington Manufactur- 
ing Co, Alfred Adeisdorter and 
Manrield Brandenstein proprietors, 
41)6 and 408 Clay 

Wheeler F A, 128 California 



COFFIN HARDWARE 

Schaezlein R, 13 and 19 Trinity 

COLLARS 

New York and San Francisco Collar Co, 
(S J Levy and L and G Brenner) 4 and 
6 Battery 



COLLECTORS. 

American Mercantile Un- 
ion, E VV Halsted general manager, 
Edward JDahms attorney, rms 33 
and 34 Montgomery Block 

Armstrong A F, 319 California 

Besecker D E, 601 California 

Blumenthal Julius, manager 

Pacific Collection Co, 5'iS California 
Camp Henry Collins, 514 Bush 
Cassie Wm Jr, J 31 Montgomery 
( hildsC W, 513 Montgomery 
Cleary Robert, 19 Montgomery Block 
EllOn Robert, 310 Pine, rm 47 
Fin ley & CO, 33 1 Kearny 
Friedenehs George H, 33 Kearnv 
Halsted L W, 33 and 34 "Mont- 
gomery Block 
Harding Charles M, 424 Montgomery 

Harding's Collection Of- 
fice, WS Washington 

Humphrey George, 513 Montgomery 

Jacobi L, 426 California 

Kent D M, 330 Pine 

Martin F H, 629 Kearny 

Mason John, 331 Montgomery, 
ira 14 

McCombe John, 402 Montgomery 

McMahon James, rm 108 Montgomery 
Block 

Millett E V, 604 Merchant 

Nichols Doisan, 623 Montgomery 

Pacific Business Agency, Pilcher & Co 
proprs, 326 Kearny 

Pacific Collection Co, Julius 

Blumenthal manager, 528 California 



Pettigrew & Farless (J J Pettigrew and 
T A Farless) 217 Sansome 

Ratten bury W H, 224 Mont 

gomery 
Rosalia A B. 214 Sansome 

Shain's Mercantile Collec- 
tion Agency, Joseph E Sfaain 
manager country department, W E 
Shain manager city department, 328 
Montgomery, rm 11 

Smith Thos J, 3 Post 

Spray G C, 331 Montgomery, rm 13 

Stafford & Beke.irb (R Stafford and F C 
Bekeart) 33' > Pine, rm 56 

Thai Frederick M, C04Oi ay 

Union Collection Co, H E Pope mgr, 33 

Kearny 
Warren John, 122 Montgomery Block 



PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. J. Blumenthal' 
Manager, 52S California Street. Prompt 
collection of accounts. Suits brought in all the 
Courts of this State. Charges moderate. 



COLLEGES 

Barnard's Business Col- 
lege, 46 O'Farrell 

Cohege of Notre Dame of 
San Francisco, for young 

ladies, Sister Aloyse of the Cross supe- 
rioress, Dolores bet Sixteenth and 
Seventeenth 

Cooper Medical College, 

NEcor Sacramento and Webster 

Heaid s Business College, 

24 Post 
Irving Institute, Edward B 
Church principal, 103(3 Valencia 

Medical Department Uni- 
versity of California, i> 

Robert A McLean dean, e s Stockton 
bet Chestnut and Francisco 

Pacific Business College, 

320 Host 
Sacred Heart College, Brother Genebern 
director, SE cor Eddy and Larkin 

Saint Ignatius College, 

Joseph Sasia S J president, N W cor 

Van Ne<s ave and Hayes 
St Mary's College, College Hill Mission 

road 
St Vincent's Academy, Sister Mary 

Vincent superioress, 671 Mission 

Toland Medical College, 

e s Stockton bet Chestnut and Fran- 
cisco 
University City College, 119 Haight 



COMMISSION 
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CONCRETE. 
California Artificial Stone 

Paving CO> 404 Montgomery 

Goodman George. 404 Mont 

gomery 

Granolithic Paving Co, 422 

Montgomery 
MacdOnald M, 19 Montgomery 

Ransome Ernest L, 402Mont- 

gomery 



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Stone PaYBments jS r»»tedlB82 '4 

Concrete Construction," 1884 
ConcreteMixiniMacliiiies ! "1884'5 

Apuaratus for Concrete Build'gs, " 1885 

District Rights and Licenses for sale. 

Send for Circulars. Put up your own buildings. 

402 Montgomery Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



CONDENSERS - STEAM- 

Llewellyn Steam Conden- 
ser Manufacturing Co, 

330 Pine, rms 7 and 8 



CONFECTIONERS-MAN- 
UFACTURERS 

Brads haw W C, 2951 Sixteenth 

Demartini L & Co, 54S Mission 

Grade VVm A & Co (William A Grade 
and A Daunoar) 533 Washington 

Hirschfeld & Saroni (D Hirschfeld and 
L Saroni) 118 and 120 Davis 

Masson FP&Co (FPandVB Masson) 
413 and 415 Commercial 

Rotger & Bischoff (E Rotger and H 
Bischoff) 307 East 

Rothschild & Ehrenpfort (Hugo Roths- 
child and Frederick Ehrenpfort) 118 
Front 

Schroder, Albrecht & Co (H Schroder, 
A Albrecht and A Hromada) 222 and 
224 Battery 

Seidl •) & Co (J Seidl) 190 Stevenson 

Wichman Bros, 754 Market, 

15 .Sixth and 56 Third 
Wichman P, 35 Second 



CONFECTIONERY 

Aguirre Martin J, 429 Kearny 

Ainslie Martin, 205 Turk 

Albach Henry, 1804 Polk 

Allegretti I, 343 Kearny and 501 Sutter 

Axmann Leopold, 221 Fourth 

Barlow F T, 315 Bush 

Beguier L Mrs," 1274 Fourth 

Beismann A, 44 Geary 

Benson J E, 518 Bush 

BergerR, 1205 Market 

Berry C M Mrs, 128 Kearny 

Blake Anna Mrs, 1623 Polk 

Blank G A, 42S Hayes 

Bleydorn Henry, 15'J Second 

Bolton M Mrs, 102 Stockton 

Boyd Geo T, 240 Third 

Brown Geo E, 144 Seventh 

Cellar Louisa Mrs, 1311 Powell 

Close T W Mrs, 721 Polk 

Colburn Charles E, 37 Fifth 

Conlin Thomas, 33S Hayes 

Devine Henrietta, 722 Brannan 

Dobrindt John C, 1705 Polk 

Dodge Augustus, 133 Ninth 

Dunn Mary, 1638 Polk 

Dutreux M A, 139 Larkin 

Early A Miss, 135 Kearny 

Eldred Henry J, 611 Larkin 

Ellenburg Fred W, 128 Third 

Florine A G Mrs, 511 Fourth 

Fox Esther, 242 Ninth 

Frey Rosa Mrs, 916 Valencia 

Garnie Mary Mrs, 704 Filbert 

Gendar & Co (J W Gendar) 948 Market 

and 24 Sixth 
Gilbert August, 227 Post 
GlOSSer C W, 1204 Sutter 
Glosser P, 1441 Polk 
Gruenhagen W & Co (W and T G 

Gruenhagen) 20 Kearny 

C U 1 1 1 et C h as, French confectioner, 
and wedding and sxirprise parties sup- 
plied on short notice at cheap rates, 
905 Larkin 

Haas Geo, 824 Market 

Hacker Bernhard, 1202 Market and 325 
Kearny 

Hall Algernon, 46 Fourth 

Hansan Sophie, 1209 Valencia 

Harding J G, NW cor Sutter and Hyde 

Harrison Thomas, lOSh Ninth 

Harvey E, 117 Ellis 

Henley ■) E & Co (J E and F Henley) 
1 Gough 

Herrmann J B, cor Montgomery ave 
and Vallejo 

Hessel Ladie C Mrs, 701 Polk 

Holt Anna Mrs, 1209 Bush 

Horn Martin Mrs, 1726 Eddy 

Huber Albert SE cor Larkin and Sutter 

Kern J, 1189 Market 



Giant judson Powder, 



Gelatine, and Gelatine Dynamites for Miners and 
Railr lads Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S.F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



421-427 Market St. Agricultural Im- 
plements, Mason,*, Steam JEngines. 



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Klaas & Seeli (Matthew Klaas and Gas- 
par Seeli) 1233 Stockton 
Kleyn Helen Mrs, 14 Fifth 
Klippel Barbara, 324 Polk 
Krieger Anna Mrs, 337 Hayes 

Krieger Chas, 21s Sixth 

Lange Dora Mrs, 151 Ninth 

Larat Arsene, 613 McAllister 

Le Mar Catherine Mrs, 202 Second 

Leonard Charles E, 439 Hayes 

Luckhardt Maria Mrs, 614^ Post 

Lynde J E, 203^ O'Farrell 

Maskey Frank, S06 Larkin 

McGilvrey James, 1126 Larkin 

Mercer M A, 518 Kearny 

Midon Frank, 117 Sutter 

Moeser E Mrs, 221 Montgomery ave 

Mull George, 909 Mission 

My sell M C Mrs, 1639 Mission 

Pfenninger H & Co. 1033 Market 

Poehlman William, sw cor 

Post aad Powell 

Pray Jennie Mrs, 27 Ninth 

Pticci Bros (Adolph, Ernest and Ed- 
ward) 216 Post 

Riley A Mrs, 727 Braunan 

Roberts CeO F, manufacturer of 
pure horne-rnade candies and pure 
chocolate, 1301 Polk 

Ryan Annie, 264 Third 

Sachs M Mrs, 20S Fourth 

Sampson John, 4M£ Sixth 

Schaefer August, 2122 Mission 
Seidl& Co, 1124 Market 
Shepherd C M Mrs, 1730 Devisadero 
Sinzinger Rudolph, 1654 Mission 

Smith William E, pure home- 
made candies, 143 Taylor 

Staengel Eberhart, 1432 Pacific 

Sterns M L Miss, 110 Eddy 

Steward Matilda Mrs, 2600 Sacramento 

Thain Brothers (Fred and Alfred) 781 
IVtcirket 

Townsend W S, 627 Market 

Warren August, 306 Sixth 

Wichman Bros, 754 Market, 15 

Sixth and 56 Third 
Zewfel Ellen Mrs, 10 Hayes 

WICHMAN BROS., 

Wholesale and Retail 

CONFECTIONERS, 

Nos. 754 Markst, 55 Third, 
and 15 Sixth Strest. 



CONSULS 

Argentine Republic, J F Schleiden, 324 
Washington 



Austro-Hungarian Empire, Rudolph 

Hochkorler, 203 Front 
Belgium, W B Chapman, 123 California 
Bolivia, F Herrera, 218 California 
Brazil, D L Randolph, Vice-Consul, 12 

Montgomery 
Chili, J de la Cruz Cerda, 524 Mont- 
gomery 
China, Frederick A Bee, 917 Clay 
Costa Pdca, R H Pond, 307 California 
Denmark, John Simpson, 11 Market 
Ecuador, F Herrera, 21S California 
France, Edmond Carrey, 606 Mont- 
gomery 
German Empire, Adolph Rosen- 
thal, 318 Sacramento 
Great Britain, George E Stanley, 
Chas Ma'son, Vi^e-Consul, 506 Battery 
Greece, J M Shotwell, Merchants' Ex 
Guatemala, J M Tinoco, 506 Bat- 
tery, rm 5 

Hawaiian Islands, J> A Mc- 

Kinley, E B Hendry Vice-Consul, 327 
Market 
Honduras, John T Wright, 638 Market 
Italy, Francisco Lambertenghi, 506 Bat- 
tery 
Japan, Tatsata Arata, 806 Market 
Mexico, J Carlos Mexia, 1707 Powell 
Netherlands, James de Fremery, 

410 Battery 
Nicaragua, F Herrera, 218 California 
Paraguay, P J van Lbben Sels, 530 Cal- 
ifornia 
Peru, George L Duval, 430 California 
Portugal, Henrique Laidley 313 Mont- 
gomery 
RlJSSia, A E Olarovsky, 411^ Cali- 
fornia 
Salvador, J M Roma, 123 California 
Spain, Camilo Martin, 411 J California 
Sweden and Norway, Henry Lund, 214 

California 
Switzerland, Antoine Borel, 311 Mont- 
gomery 
Turkey, Geo W Gibbs, 33 Fremont 

United States of Colom- 
bia, J M Tinoco, 506 Battery, rm 5 

United States of Venezuela, F Herrera, 
218 California 

Uruguay, Geo L Duval, 430 California 



CONTRACTORS. 

(See also Carpenters and Builders.) 
Bergfeld Robert, cor Dolores 

and Valley 
B.manCE, 13 Stockton 
B rOWel I J, a l so patent chimneys, 

ironstone pipe, sewer and water pipe, 

terra cotta chimney-tops and pipes, 

727 Montgomery 
Brown W H, 6 Mills Place 
Buckman A E, 314 Montgomery 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen once used by another. 



Thin Fanov Woods for Scroll Sawing. 



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Diggins A C, 528 California 

English W D & Co, J D Schuyler supt, 

Castro and Hartford, bet .Nineteenth 

and Twentieth 

Granolithic Paving Co, 422 

Montgomery 

Herbert Richard H, 2 Jessie 

Hogan John, Odorless Excavating Co, 

432 Kearny 
Holt S \V, 016| California 

JefTeris P E & I W, i5Trin 

ity 

Jordan Dennis, 314 Montgomery 

Kerr William, <J03 Battery 

Leonard Joseph A, 1342 Bush 

Lott Wm S, 741 Mission 

Macdonald M (See adt under ar- 
tificial stone) ID Montgomery 

Magary J E, 52S California 

McDonald J W, 234 Mont 

gdinery 
McKay John H, 124 Main 

Merry Thomas. 112 Clay 

Miles Michael, 302 Montgomery, rm 

14 
Nagle Geo D, 314 Montgomery 
Oakley Wm, 336 Seventh 
O'Brien Philip, 522 Valencia 
Odorless Excavating Co, D E Root pres, 

S& cor Ellis and Devisadero, office 

430 Kearny 
Patridge H C, 302 Montgomery, rm 14 
Perry David, 324 and 32b' Guerrero 
Richardson Geo, 224 Eddy 
Smith Joseph, 2.1.33 Mission 
Spangler D B, SE cor Eighteenth and 

Fair Oaks 
Stevens W E, 32G Montgomery 
Taylor Jos W, 428 Montgomery 
Thumason E R, b40 Market 
Thornhill Joseph, 35 Post 
Vincent C D, 320 California 
Walker Abner, 2112 Fillmore 
Warren C A, 234 Montgomery 
West & Hall (E West and A D Hall) 

215 Commercial 
Williams C B, 52S California 
Williams John B, 1340 Market 
Wright J, 310 Dnpont 



P. E. & I. W. JEFFERIS, 
Carpenters & Builders 



Steam Sawing and General Jobbing. Fine Office 

anil Store Fiti in.'. Estimates made on House 

Building and all kinds of Carpenter Work. 

No. 15 Trini y Street, 

Between Sutter, Bush, Kearny and Montgomery, 
San Francisco. Telephone (all 5160. 



M. MACDONALD, 

Office, No. 19 Montgomery Street, S. F. 

Office Hours, 2'to 1. 

GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

And Manuacturer of 

ARTIFICIAL STONE SIDEWALKS 

CONCRETE, ETC. 



A. R. NICHOLS, 

Carpenter and Builder, 

CEDAR STREET, 

Between Front and Davis, Washington and Clav. 
SAX FiiANCf.St'U. 
Fitting up Offices a Spe ialty. WIRE POUL- 
TRY CuOPS. Telegraph Ladders and Steps madt 

to order at short notice. Jobbing promptly at- 
tended to. 



M. S. BUKDICK. O. D. WHEELER. 

WHEELER & BURD1CK, 

(Successors to Wm. B. Krei'er.) 

Carpenters and Builders, 

I I 5 Davis Street, - 

Bet. California and Sacramento, San Francisco. 



COOPERS 

Almon D & Co, 40 Commercial 
Ansley Wash, 14 Merchant 
Armstrong Rudolph, 227 and 229 Main 
AmOld Frank W. 3 Chambers 
Bucking Dietrich (lager beer 
kes's, tanks and wine casks) 7f>S Bryant 

California Barrel Co. 3-3 Front 

Carl Andrew, 204 Commercial 

Coos Bay Lumber Co, Brannan bet 

Seventh and Eighth, main office 32.3 

Front 
Cullumber John. 104 Commercial 
Dyer William C, 1017 Battery 
F<dr E & Co, 3S Commercial 
Fulda Bros, 30-44) Spear 
Handy L N & Co (L N and J L Handy) 

and J L Carthcnt) 32 Clay 
Hocran & Co (John A and Michael 

Hogan and D B Brown) 106 Drumm 
Hoi len John H, 105 Clay 
Hubbell S T. 17 Merchant 
rluillet Henry, <i 1 Battery 

James & Andrews (William f 

James and Chas M Audreys) 417 Main 
Lang Henry, 1 12 Jackson 
Larsen George, 314 Bryant 

Lawson Andrew, 5^s Front 

M.idson Ouver, 30;> and 311 Davis 

Ramsey M J. 622 Battery 

Woerner D, ftW cor Main and Harrison 



I. S. VAN WINKLE « CO., 



413-415 Perkins' HORSE and MULE SHOES, 
Market St. Globe-Putaam Northwestern Horse Nails 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



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COPPER BOILERS 

Selby Thos H & Co, 220 and 222 Mission 

Tay George H & Co, 6U-618 

B.ittery 

COPPER IMPORTERS 

Sglby Thos H & Co, 220 and 222 Mission 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

COPPERSMITHS 

lis John G-, 814 Kearny 
Mistre S, 811 M >,it^omery 

Perey Peter, 233 First 

Sanders & Co (H Sanders and L Dett- 

mann) 421 Mission 
Smith Charles W, 16' and IS Washington 
Tripp George A, 226 Fremont 
Wagner & Todt, Pacitio Copper Works, 

565 Mission 

COPYINGPRESSES 

The Cyclostyle, C Hinsberg agent, 330 
Pine, rm 57 

COPYISTS- 

Haines J D, 106 Leidesdorff 
Jackson J J, 222 Fourth, rm 4 



CORDAGE MANUFACT 
URERS 

San Francisco Cordage 

Factory, Tubbs & Co proprietors, 
611 and 613 Front 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-127 xVlarket 
TllbbS & CO, proprietors S F 
Cordage Factory, 611 and 613 Front 

CORKS 

Armstrong Bro & Co, of Pitts- 
burg, P I Overacre agent, 123 Cal- 
ifornia, mis 37-3;) 

Bauer J C & CO, 632 Sacra- 
mento 

Herrmann & CO, 313 Sacramento 

Overacre P I, wholesale dealer in 
imported and machine cut corks and 
agent for Eastern glass factories, 123 
California, rms 37-39 

WatSOn & CO (M V and B Wat- 
son) also soda machinery and bottlers' 
supplies, 124 Market 

CORNICES. 
Tucker Geo H, 539 Fifth 



CORSET MANUFACT 
URERS 

(See also Furnishing Goods — Ladies'.) 
Baumard E A Mine, 322 Sutter 
Brown VV C Mrs, 706 Larkin 

Freud & Sons, 742 and 

Market and 10 and 12 Dupont 
Gehret Sophie, 143 Larkin 

Hamelin A Mme (successor to 

Mine H Pons) 219 Post 
Kelly BrOS (J F and P C) 26 Sixth 
Lambert H II Mrs, 1621 Polk 

Louis Marie Mrs, 121 Post 

Martineauc J Mrs, 338 Sutter 
Morrow Mrs & Co, agents for Mme 

Griswold's corsets, 410 Kearny, rm 4 
Ober M H & Co (Mary H and B P 

Ober) 326 Sutter 



FREUD'S 

CGftSET HOUSE 

742 and 744 Market Street, 

10 and 12 Dupont Street, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

Largest and Finest Corset Emporium 
In tlie United States. 



MME A. HAMELIN, 

Successor to Mme H. PONS, 
Three Years' experience with Madame Pons. 

Manufacturer and Importer of 

FINE FRENCH CORSETS 

219 Post St., be^. Dupont and Stockton, S. P. 



KELLY BROS. 

Wholesale Jobbers. 

Ball's HEALTH Corsets, 

25 and 28 Sixth Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



COSMETICS- 

Corona Cosmetic Com- 
pany. Charles H Wneeler man- 
ager, 1-6 Kearny 

COSTCTMERS. 

Anderson H Mme, 121 Stockton 
Friedlander L Mrs, 2U2 Stevenson cor 

Third 
Jahn A & CO (A. and H Jahn) 712 

Mission 



Hohbs, Wall I Go,, steamer CresGent City. 



For Orescent City. 
314 Spear St,. S„*\ 



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Jahn H. dealer in theatrical goods 

and cariosities, 712 Mission 
Peter Mary Mrs. 736 Market 
Schaefer fVI & CO (Maria Schae- 

fer) 34 Third 
Terme Louise Madam, 612 Montgomery 
Tregellas Susan Mrs, S3S Market 
Walter J Mrs, 1 1 Geary 

CRACKER MANUFACT 

URERS. 
California Cracker Co, 

Adolphe Weske president, CE Dough- 
ty secretary, James Dunn superin- 
tendent, NW cor Broadway and Bat- 
tery, branch office 206 and 20S Sacra- 
mento 

Child TT, 4 sixth 

Eagle Cracker Bakery, Geo Muller 
propr, 205 Sacramento 

Eclipse Cracker CO, T J Chad- 
bourne, 1414-1420 Dupont 

C CENTRAL DEPOT CALIFORNIA CRACKER 
J Company, No. 4 Sixth Street, 

T. T. CHILD, Proprietor. 

Orders by Postal Cards promptly filled. Coun- 
trv orders solicited. 

Orders filled promptly for Parties, Weddings, 
Socials, Tourists and Camping parties. 

A SPECIALTY.— For Children's Parties, all 
selections nominated will be filled promptly as 
directed. Telephone No. 3176. 



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California and Pacific Cream of Tartar 
Works, Ami Vignier propr, office 
429 and 431 Battery 

Eclipse Cracker Co, T J 

Chadbourne proprietor, factory 1414- 
1420 Dupont, office 214 Sacramento 

CROCKERY AND GLASS 
WARE -RETAIL. 

Altschul Bertha Mrs, 1(515 Polk 

Andrews James, 24S Third 

Barnett & Marks (J Barnett and M 

Marks) 197 Stevenson 
I Becker Joseph, 329 Hayes 

Bernard Isaac, 2914 Sixteenth 
j BlancuTLuigi, 320 Montgomery ave 
j Boero Peter, 14G Ninth 

Davidson Marcus, 231 Sixth 

Davis Thomas J, 2018 Fillmore 
I Davis & Cowen, 929 and 931 Mark3t 
! Doyle Richard, 534 J; Sixteenth 
{ DuffJas, 414 Third" 
; Ebert Jonas, 1417 Stockton 

Eicholz & Macpherson (T H 

Eicholz andT Macpherson) 27 Sixth 
Etienne V, 2 IS Sixth 



Gilbert Michael, 153 Fourth 

Hartmann Minna, 36 Grove 

Jantzen Fred, 641 Kearny, 717 Market, 

and 524 Sansome 
Joyce Peter J, 1 15 Sixth 
Kent Perez, 439 Hayes 
Langdale Alfred, 1209 Stockton 
Levy S Mrs, 1047 Howard 
Lewis Phillip, 641 Washington , 

Lipman & Co (Louis Lipman and Na- 
than Jacob) 875 Market 
Louis John A, 438i Third 
Ludwig Herman, 1527 Market 
Lunday Hamilton, 350i Third 
McCarthy John, 2934 Sixteenth 
McKey James, 7 and 9 Taylor 
Midler August, NE cor Dolores and 

Twenty -seco ad 
Muller August C, 115 Third 

Murray William, i9io Market 

Oppenheimer Benj, 937 Market 

Potter F A, 2510 Mission 

Potter & Davis (F F Potter and T J 

Davis) 2018 Fillmore 
Rice Robert B, 74 Ninth 
Rigaud Louis, 1304 Stockton 
Selig Julia A, 19 Fourth 
Shemanski Julius, 1314 Dupont 
Shires George W, 2208 Mission 
Singer M, 908^ Howard 
Simon Joseph, 302 Sixth 
Simons Mary Mrs, 206 Pacific 
Skipper J C, 34 Sixth 
Spiegleman R Mrs, 330 Fourth 
Stein Morris, 214 Pacific 
Wacholder B, 250 Eighth . 
Wesfphal Bros (O F and C H) 334 Sixth 
Wiedero Henry 0, 56 Fourth 



CROCKERY AND GLASS 
WARE-WHOLESALE 

Ackerman, Block & Co (H S, S S, I H, 

and I S Ackerman and Maurice 

Block) 13-19 Froi.t 
Altschul L & Co, 422 Sansome 
Bums I R & CO (I R Burns and 

E B Whitney) 203 California 
Mayfield & Co (A Mayfield and P 

Stern) 118 Battery 
Nathan B & CO (B Nathan and 

F Dohrmann) 130 Sutter 
Sanderson & Bro, 310 Battery 

Straus, Bloom & Co (Jacob 

Straus and Joseph Bloom) 102 and 
104 Battery 
Swain R W & Co (R A Swain) 16 Post 

The Famous Crockery and 
Fancy Goods Co, M Katz- 

enstein superintendent, 123 Kearny 
Wangenheim, Sternheim & Co (A 
Wangenhelm and S Sternheim) 27 
and 29 Sutter and 52S and 530 Market 



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Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S. F. 



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CRUCIBLES 

(See Assayers' Materials. 



CURIOSITIES- 

Joseph Nathan & Co, 641 Clay 
Kim Yin Thomas W, 14^ Virginia 
Etobison A C, 337 Kearny 



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CUTLERS AND 
SMITHS. 

Bachmann Jacob, 729 Clay 
Bemmerer August, 318 Pine 
Helliwell Richard S, 1 15 Fourth 
Kortick F, 31 Commercial 
Marks Augustus, 510?> Commercial 

Ortet Brothers («ohn F Ortet) 

524: Commercial 
Price Michael. 415 Kearny 
Schoeneman F. 517 Kearny 
Son Bros (Adolph A and Albert A) 1 

Sansome 
Todt John, HOLeidesdorff 
Will & Finck (Julius Finck and 

S Blum) 769 Market 



WILL & FINCK, 

No. 769 Market Street, 

Manufacturers of the Celebrated California 
Carvers, guaranteed the best in the world. Also 
Manufacturers and Importers of Table, Kitchen 
and Pocket Cutlery, Razors, Hunting Knives, 
Pistols and Plated Ware. 



DAIRIES 

(See Milk Dairies. ) 



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Angllis John P, H Pacific Fruit 

Market 
ASITiann A, 69 and 70 California 

Market 
Atchinson B M & Co, 16, 17, 28 and 30 

Center Market 
Bennett Bros (J R and George) 35 and 

36 andSS-91 California Market 
Boisson & Lartigan (F Boisson and J P 

Lartigan) 520 Clay 
Brilliant T, 2501 Post 
Cavagnaro Dominick, 628 Broadway 
Christianson & Johnson (H Christianson 

and R Johnson) 146 Seventh 
Cox Chas, 81 and 82 California Market 
CrOUth J A, 411 Hayes 
Cuneo & Sulari (B Cuneo and S Sulari) 

106 Second 



Elaine Dairy, H L Nickels pro- 
prietor, 1704 Polk 

Ewell L J, proprietor XL Dairy, 
NW cor Folsom and Twenty-first, res 
2460 Folsom 

Fink A W, 50 and 51 Washington Mar- 
ket 

Friot J A N, 57 and 5S Washington 
Market 

Getz Abram, 17 Grand Central Market 

Goldschmidt E, 213 Fourth 

Green A F & Co (A F and F H Green) 
620 McAllister 

Cuadaloupe Valley Dairy, 

C W Taber proprietor, 1015 Valencia 
Hauser Elizabeth Mrs, 1214 Folsom 
Hegler John & Co, 305 and 307 Clay 
Hess Conrad, 1300 Stockton 
Hildebraud Conrad, 324 Third 
Hills Brothers (A H and R W) 25 and 

26 Bay City Market 
Horgan Timothy, 14 Grand Central 

Market 
Jersey Farm Dairy, Richard G Sneatli 

propr, and Harry J Sneath city mgr, 

350 Tehama 
Johns m H K, 1045 Howard bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Joost Hermann, 307 Battery 
Kain & Heaney (Chas and Lawrence 

Kain and John Heaney) 11 and 40 

Centre Market 
Lanzendorf Ernst, 1606 Polk 
Levin Bros (Isidor and Julius) 15, 16, 

17 Bay City Market 
Lohmann JacoH, 1649 Mission 
Maas Jakob, 409 Fourth 
Merchants', 15-19 San Francisco Mar- 
ket 
Miller Christina Mrs, 1506 California 
Mittelstaedt Herman, 431 Hayes 
Morlock Fred, 25 Centre Market 

Neubert & Turk (Rudolph Neu- 

bert and Henry Turk) 25 and 26 Cal- 
ifornia Market 

Nickels H L, 1704 Polk 

Nicoloi Christopher, 1228 Pacific 

Phillips P H, 27 Centre Market 

Rau A Mrs, 1217 Valencia 

Khoades Eugene L, 122 Eddy 

Rice & Son (A W and Wm H) 2202 Fill- 
more 

Roy John A, office 35 Eddy 

San Mateo Dairy, 1010 Valencia 

San Mateo Ranch Dairy, 1515 Fillmore 

Schlegel Peter, Grand Arcade Market 
and 232 Montgomery ave 

Schmidt Jacob, 206 Second 

Schwartz C & Co (C Schwartz) 32 Cali- 
fornia Market 

Schwerin H (H Schwerin & Co) 12 Clay 

Seltzer G Mrs, 974^ Folsom 



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Soule SP, 29 Fourth 

Stone Isaac, cor San Bruno road and 

Cortland ave 
Stone Marcus, cor San Bruno road and 

Cortland ave 
Tilden H N & Co (H N Tilden) 426 

San some 
Todt J P & CO (John A Crouth) 

411 Hayes 
Von Roun & Hencke Brothers, 409 

Clay 
Walton J R. 211 and 213 Tenth 
Weisel Philip, 1405 Stockton 

Whitney C E & Co (wholesale) 

101 and 103 California 
.Wilson H G, propr Empire Dairy, San 
Bruno road . bet Twenty-eighth and 
Twenty-ninth 



Wilton & Cortelyou (John Wilton and 
Peter L Cortelyou) 23 and 24 Califor- 
nia Market 

Witzel & Baker (J F Witzel and C F 
Baker) 320 and 322 Battery 

Young Conrad, 1429 Dupont 



DAIRY PRODUCE- 
WHOLESALE. 

Brigham, Hoppe & Co (C and F E 

Brigham, J C Hoppe and W H 

Roden) 129 and 131 California 

Martens F & Co (F Martens) 425 Front 

Smith B & Co (0 B Smith and F W 

Read) 423 Front 

Whitney CE&Co (Calvin E 

Whitney) 101 California 



C. E. WHITNEY * CO. 

Importers and Commission Merchants in 

Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Ham, Bacon, 

Lard, Salt, Cured Fish, Cranberries, etc., 

101 and 103 California Street, 

CORNER OF DAVIS, SAN FRANCISCO. 



Sole Agents for Clover Leaf Mackerel, Holmes' Extra Sifted Salt. 

Proprietors of Acme Brand Oysters, Acme Boneless Codfish, Acme Hams, Bacon and Lard. 



DANCING ACADEMIES 

(See Teachers— Dancing. ) 

DECORATIVE ART 
Shields-Aslachsen Robt 

also classical and mathematical master 
and teacher of engineering, 6 Eddy 
Smith J Addison, lo8 Eddy 



DELICACIES 

Asmanil Adolph, 69 and 70 Cal- 
ifornia Market 

Bailly Bros, 71 California Market 

Erzgraber & Oesting, 27 and 10S Cali- 
fornia Market 

Friot J A N, 57 Washington Market 



DENTISTS 

Austin Henry, 634 Washington 
Baldwin S C, 850 Market 
Bardue W N, 2503$ Mission 
Beers Barrett, '-30 Kearny 
Birge JaS J- 313 Kearny 



Blake A E, 920 Market 

Blake Chas E Sr, 920 Market 

Blankman Win, 719 Market 

BliSS F A, 90(5 Market 

Bloch Constantm. 420 Octavia 

Blondin A, 1150 Market 

Blood J N, NVV cor Valencia and Six- 
teenth 

Boyd C W,724i Market 

BoltOll ThOS> proprietor of Bolton 
Dental Works, S„5 Howard 

Botsfor I Geo, 3 Taylor 

Box ton Charles, 131 P>st 

Burch Maria A, 502 Sutter 

Brewer B B 906 Market, rm 16 

Brewer Frank A, i-i Stockton 

BrOWn A W, 12J Taylor 
Bunnell li. F, 3iy Kearny 
Burns O B. 32 O'Farrell 

Bush & Nenrnan (L Bush and L Neu- 

man) S Kearny 
Calvert William, 209 Geary 

Cane Alfred. 6 Turk 

Card W U, 413 Bush 
Carranza V A, 526 Hayes 
Case Chas E, 209 Kearny 
Cas.-illy John V, 650 Market 



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413-415 Market St. 



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Christensen E W, SW cor Sixteenth 

and Mission 
Christensen C A, SW cor Six- 
teenth and Mission 
Christopher T, 204 Sutter 
Clark Franklin N, 8 Montgomery 
Clarke Win H, 127 Kearny 
Cochrane Edward 0, 838 Market 
Cogswell J L, rms 5 and 6 Chronicle 
Building 

Co It on Dent al Association. 

Phelan Building, .^0L> Market 
Conrad fc Julius, 821 Kearny 
Cool G W, 22 Kearny 
CoOl W P, 22 Kearny 
CoulSOn Nat T, S50 Market 
Oaigie H, SI5 Market 
Cranz L T, 103 Geary 
Croome Wm, 823 Market 
Crowell J P, 215 Kearny 
Curragh J M, 413 Bush 
Cutlar Rodger, S06 Market 
Davis H C, 131 Post 
Dean Charles 0, 126 Kearny 

Decker Charles W, Phelan 

Building, 806 Market 
Dennis S W, 530 Sutter 
Dentler E F, 2103 Fillmore 
Drncker Wm E, 121 Post 
Duckett C S, 917 Market 
Dunhar & Goe (L L Dunbar 

Goe) 23 Kearny 
Dutch Wm, 24 Montgomery 
Dyer J J, 37 Post 
Eaton J M, 121 Post 

Edwards James W, 5^ Kearny 

Eisen EC, 413 Bush 
Emerson E W, 235 Sixth 
Favor Kiinbal, 841 Market 
Ferguson T H, 34 Kearny 
Fuller Charles H, 6 Eddy 
Gabbs M F, 850 Market 
George C, 114 Grary 
George Edward, 114 Geary 
Goddard Charles L, 23 Post 

CoeS E, 234 Post 
Gonzalez Ignatius T, 5 

Stockton 
Graves W L, 703 Market 
Griffiths Allen, 8 Sixth 
Griswold VV F, 1101 Van Ness ave 
Groves WL, 8 Third 
Haines B VV, 14 Dupont 
Hardcastle G, 1235 Market 
Harrison E L Miss, 131 Post 
Hatch James H.213 Geary 
Hi hbard C W, 202 Stockton 
Hill A L, 825 Market 
Hill Alfred, 331 Geary 

Hill Thomas L, 1 46 Eddy 

lglehart Thomas N, 215 Kearny 
JackSOn J, 222 Fourth, rm 4 
Jacobs B R, 1053 Market 
Kaffung L H, 1126 Market 



Kemp Van Ee F, 969 Mission 
King J J, 413 Bush 
King L A, 615 Kearny 
King WZ, 1018 Valencia 
Knowles S E & W A, US Dupont 
Knowlton J S, 35 Post 
Knox H E, 23 Post 
Lawrence George O, 103 Geary 
Lee L A, 204 Sutter, rm 9 
Lighthody H I, 121 Stockton 
Little JOS R, 134 Geary 
Logan M U, 204 Sutter 

Lundborg James W, 123 

Stockton 
Malech Gustave, 521 Van Ness ave 
Mancilla Miguel, 722 Washington 
MassieH C, 19 Sixth 
Matthews James, 14 Dupont 
Moore Calvin, 6 Eddy 
Morffew Thomas, S Montgomery 
M.rton H R Sr & H R Morton Jr, 205 

Montgomery ave 
Moulton C R, 101 Dupont 
Myer Nathan, 1 334 Bush 
Neuman Leopold, 8 Kearny 

Pancoast Franklin, 703 Mar 

ket 
ParkE E, 213 Geary 
Pearce T B, 53S Seventeenth 
Perry & Sloat (C A Perry and C F Sloat) 

841 Market 
Porter John S, 26 Montgomery 

Price W E, 1 Fifth" 

Proll Rudolph B, 850 Market and 8 

Stockton 
Ralls R F, 6 Eddy 
Rau Henry, 799 Mission 

Richards C W, i03Post 

Richards W H, 1029^ Market. 
Rietzke Gustav, 503 Bush 
Rietzke Gustav S, 501 Geary 
Rinebold J J, 25^ Sixth and 1220 
Market 



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All wirk warranted and charges reasonable. 



Roberts & Hibbard (S H Roberts and 
C VV Hibbird) 202 Stockton 

Rodolph Charles T, 213 Geary 

Sandford L N, SW cor Sixteenth and 
Mission 

San Francisco Dental Office, George W 
Leek propr, 230 Kearny 

Sanger Isidor, 30 Post 

Schultze E H, 22 Geary 

Sheets H Clay, 305 Kearny, rm 7 



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and C W Richards) 103 Post 
SimmS C, 825 Market 
Sloat C F, 811 Market 
Snnlie E K. 649 Washington 
Smith M E, 1118 Market 
Spear T R, 235 Kearny, rm 11 
Spence Stewart, 838 Market 
Stanley Wm H, 115 Kearny 
Stevens Henry H, S Stockton 
Sublett W A, 43 Sixth and 1024 

Geary 
Sublett & Tracy (W A Sublett and C E 

Tracy) 906 Market 
Sullivan M J, 30 Post 
Swaitl E M. S03 Howard 
Switser Anna Mrs, 1021 J Market 
Switser Sarah Mrs, 1644 Market 

Sylvester &. Sublett (H Syl 

vesterJr and W A Sublett) 43 Sixth 

and 1024 Geary 
Teague Frederic, 702 Market 
Teague Luther A, Nucleus House cor 

Third and Market 

Thrailkill William Oscar, 

1049i Market 
Thrall H H, 14 Dupont, rm 41 
Trueman Herbert G, 1118 Market 
Trumpour J P, 401 i Hayes 
Twist J F, 906 Market 
Urmy H N, 305 Kearny, rms 8 and 9 
Van Crombrugghe A, 33 Kearny 
Van Denburgh A, 134 Geary 
Vanclenburgh D, 229 Geary 
Van Orden L, 14 Dapont 

VerrinderA E> 37 Post 

Verrinder R F, 206 Kearny 
Vidaver N J, 1220 Market 
Von Seisterield H L, 633 Pacific 

Wade Thomas, 27 Geary 

Warner A, 224 Kearny 

Whitcomb N T, 216 Third 

Wilson & Gorton, 925 and 927 Market 

Winter J W, 37 Post 

Winter W G, 206 Kearny 
Younger W J & E A, 234 Stockton 



DENTISTS' MATERIALS 
Folkers J H A & Bro, 118 

Montgomery 
Hatteroth & RlISS 321 Kearny 
Sherwood C E, 40 Phelan Building 
Will & Finck. 769 Market 



DERRICKS -THRESHING 
MACHINES. 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 



JH. A. FOLKERS & BRO., importers of Sur- 
• gical Instruments and Dental Goods. 
Manufacturers of Trusses and Apparatus for 
Deformities, Etc. Dealers in Fine Cutlery etc. 

No. 118 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

Next door to Occidental Hotel entrance, San 
Francisco. 
Sole Agents for GEO. TIEMANN & CO., New- 
York. 



DESIGNERS ON WOOD 

(See Engravers.) 



DETECTIVES 

California State Detective Bureau, Theo 
C Metzler mgr, 502 Montgomery 

Curtin John, 330 Pine, rms 7 and S 

Macfarlane T W, and general 
'business agent, 328 Montgomery, rm 5 

Morse Henry N, 417 Montgomery 

DIAMOND IMPORTERS 

(See Jewelers.) 

DIAMOND SETTERS 

Adolph Ernst, 126 Kearny 
Ahn R H, 311 and 313 Bush 

Lalande Arsene, ±20 Sutter 

DIE SINKERS s 
Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 

Hoffman C & CO, 608 Sacra- 
mento 
Kuner Albert, 702 Montgomery 

Schenk Christian & Co. 423 

Washington 

DIRECTORIES 

Alameda and Contra Costa Counties Di- 
rectory, 1884-85, L M McKenney & 
Co publishers, 606 Montgomery 

Hawaiian Islands Directory, 1884-S5. L 
M McKenney & Co publishers, 606 
Montgomery 

Humboldt, Marin, Xapa, Yolo, Lake, 
Solano, Mendocino, and Sonoma Coun- 
ties Directory, 18S5-S6, L M McKen- 
ney & Co publishers, 606 Montg imery 

Lassen, Plumas, Del Norte, Sierra, 
Shasta, Siskiyou, Trinity, Modoc, and 
Tehama Counties Directory, 1885, 1, 
M McKenney & Co publishers, 606 
Montgomery 

Marysville City and Yuba, Sutter, Co- 
lusa, Butte, and Tehama Counties 
Directory, 1SS4-85, I, M McKenney 
& Co publishers, 606 Montgomery 

Merced, Stanislaus, Fresno, Tulare, 
Kern, San Bernardino, and Inyo 
Counties Directory, 188 1-85, L M Mc- 
Kenney &* Co publishers, 606 Mont- 
gomery 4 



ALL High Explosives 



ARE IMITATIONS OF GIANT POWDER 

Baiuiniann, Nielsen os Co.. Gen. Agents, S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



A21-&27 Market Street. Hay, Hide, Hop. Raj;', 
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Oakland, Alameda, a:ul Berkeley (Jity 
Directory, 1S86, L M McKeimey & Co 
publishers, COG Montgomery 

Pacific Coast Directory, 18S6-87, con- 
taining California, Oregon, Washing- 
ton Territory, British Columbia, 
Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Ne- 
vada, Arizona, and New Mexico, L M 
McKenney & Co publishers, 606 
Montgomery 

Sacramento City and County, Amador, 
El D.»rado, and Placer Counties Direc- 
tory, L M McKenney & Co publish- 
ers, 606 Montgomery 

San Francisco Directory, Directory Pub- 
lishing Co publishers, W H L Corran 
mgr, 518 Clay 

San Jose City, and Santa Clara and San 
Mateo Counties Directory, 1884-85, 
L M McKenney & Co publishers, 606 
Montgomery 

Santa Cruz, San Diego, Ventura, Mon- 
terey, Sen Benito, Santa Barbara, Los 
Angeles, and San Luis Obispo Coun- 
ties Directory, 1884-S5, L M McKen- 
ney & Co publishers, 606 Montgomery 

Stockton City, and San Joaquin, Stan- 
islaus, Tuolumne, Calaveras, and Con- 
tra Costa Counties Directory, 188-4- 
85, L M McKenney & Co publishers, 
606 Montgomery 



DISTILLERIES 

Bay View Distilling Co, D G- Scofield 

pres, 320 (Sansome 
Calhoun Distilling Co of Covington, 

Ken, S Rosenblatt general mgr, 121 

California 
California Distilling Co (C Jost and M 

and A A Adler) 306 Clay 
Hilderbrandt, Posner & Co (William C 

Hilderbrandt and Max Posner) 411 

and 413 Battery 
Jost & Adler, California Distillery, cor 

Clay and Front 
Martinelli Francisco, foot of Mason 
Mauch Theo, 320 Sansome 
McCartney Samuel (Schulz & Fischer) 

513 Market 
Pacific Distilling Co, 506 Battery 
Potrero Distillery and liefinery, cor 

Minnesota and Nevada, Potrero 
Potrero Yeast and Distillery Co, Her- 
man Westerfeld pres, 220 Stockton 
Potrero Yeast and Vinegar Co, Herman 

Westerfeld & Co proprs, 220 Stockto 
Schofield & Tevis, 320 Sansome 
Taussig & Co (Louis and Gabriel Taussig, 

and Adolph Eisenbach) 28 Main 
Taylor Thos & Co (B Fritsch and C Cel- 

larius) 309 and 311 Sacramento 
The Schmidlapp Live Oak Distillery Co, 

J Leroy Nickel mgr, 252 Market 



DOORS, SASH AND 
BLINDS 

California Door Co, F A Merguire sec, 

C F Doe pres, 22 California 
Davis W E, 132 and 134 Berry 
Day, Huber & Craker (G F Day, Frank 

Huber and Judson Craker) 160 

Main 
Dempster & Keys (C J Dempster and G 

S Keys) 202 Market 
Doe B & J S, 44-48 Market 

Enterprise Mall and Build- 
ing Co, 217 Spear 

Hansen Ml & A, Berry nr Sixth 

Jewell A M & CO, n. s Berry bet 
Third and Fourth 

Kittredge E H & Co, 113 and 115 Mar- 
ket 

Meeker W A, s s Bryant nr 
Fifth 

Sierra Lumber Co, ne cor 

Fourth and Channel 

Springer Jason & Co, SE cor 

Mission and Spear 
Washburn Albert, Berry bet Fourth and 

Fifth 
Wilkie Andrew, SW cor Mission 

and Fremont 
Wilson & Bro (Geo E and Wilbur I) 

18 and 22 Drumm 
Young & Thomson (James Young and 

W J Thomson) 30S Mission 



DRAIN AND SEWER 
PIPE 

BrOWell Jeremiah, 727 Mont- 
gomery 

Clark N & Sons, 1358 and 1360 
Market and 22 California 



GLADDING,McBEAN8cC0 

1358 ft. 1360 MARKET ST. 



Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 
RanSOme E L, 402 Montgomery 



DRAIN TILES. 

Clark N St Son«?, 22 California 



GLADDING.MeBEAN&GO. 

1358 & 1 360 MARKET ST. 



DRAMATIC AGENTS. 

Ciprico George M, 6 Eddy 
McCabe Johii'H, 223 Kearny, ran 7 

Pacific Lyceum Bureau, 

Anton Roman manager, 120 Sutter 



ST. DAVIDS, 



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DRAUGHTSMEN. 

(See also Engineers— Civil.) 
D'Erlach A. H09 Twentieth 

Langrehr Henry C & Co, 

Commercial nr East 

Smyth William H, 258 Market 

Upton W B 240 Montgomery, rm 7 

DRAWING INSTRU 

MENTS- 
Denny Edward & Co, 4is 

Montgomery 

DRAYMEN 

Brady & Smith (John T Bmdy and Jas 

Smith) NE cor Beale and Mission 
Carr & CO, F M Carr manager, SW 

cor Market and Main 
Cole J B, NE cor Main and Mission 
Cutter & Co, S E cor Davis & Clay 
Farnsworth & Buggies (D L Farns- 
worth and John Ruggles) 100 Califor- 
nia 
Fleming & Stetson (W A Fleming and 

J W Stetson) 409 Battery 
Hanna, Milot & Co (J G and I Hanna 

and C Milot) 319 Davis 
Holcomb G W, 107 Davis 
Kerr William, 903 Battery 
Korn & McCarthy (Jos Korn and J W 

McCarthy) 7 and 9 Battery 
Lewis & Co, 11 Steuart 
McClure Peter L, 224 Eddy 
Morton J & CO (J »"d W R Mor- 
ton) 204 Battery 
Vetter A & Co, 304 Battery 
Ni lsen Christian, 108 Davis and 113 

Clay 
Petersen & CO (John N Petersen 
and Paul Jessen) SW cor Main and 
Market 
Pierce Bros (John K and Stephen B) 219 

Davis 
Pierson John, St Thomas nr Railroad 

ave 
Rentier & Co (Geo Renner and F S John- 
son) SE cor Main and Market 
Reno C A & Co, 116 Battery 
Robinson Peter, 918 Battery 
Rode CB& CO, NVV cor Front 
and Pine 

Worth C A, 12 Bush 



DREDGING MACHIN- 
ERY- 
Golden State and Miners' 

Iron WOrkS, 235-1.57 First 



DREDGERS 

Lynch H H, 320 Sansome 

Pacific Coast Dredging Co, John Hack- 
ett pres and mgr, E G Lukens sec, W 
D English treas, office 271 East 



DRESSMAKERS 

Acker Valentine Mrs, 407 Sutter 
Allen M G Mrs, 208 Ellis 
Armand Celine Mrs, 810 Vallejo 
Arnold M A Mrs, 620 Market 
Ashley NV H Mrs, 120 Sutter 
Banning Eva Miss, 21SJ O'Farrell 
Barnett E Miss, 14 Dupont 
B irry M Miss, 305 Mason 
Bascom Martha E Mrs, 115 Geary 
Bean W H Mrs, 1205 Folsom 
Belanger M E Miss, 14 Dupont 
BerwinL Mrs, 3184 Third 
Biber Bertha Mine, 313 Sutter 
Bowman Catharine Mrs, 1705 Market 
Brace Aug ista Mrs, 2928 Sixteenth 
Branigan A Mrs, 1'025 Howard 
Brennan Annie Miss, 1009 Folsom 
Browu Barbara Mrs, 707 Vallejo 
Brown C E Mrs, 318^ Third 
B<own J Mrs, 707 Vallejo 
Brown L Mrs, 26^ Kearny S 

Burrell L F Mrs, 308 Minna 
Burt M M Mrs, 733 O'Farrell 
Caldwell H Mrs, 1055 £ Howard 
Caldwell H T Mrs, i>34 Broadway 
Carleton J Mrs, 248 Ellis 
Carranza V A, 526 Hayes 
Carroll M Mrs, 1 101 Howard 
Carter E Mrs, 10 Mint ave 

Castro Adela Miss, 813J Fol- 
som 

Ce^ll Celia Mrs, 441 Broadway 

Chabree Onesine Mine, 1302 Stockton 

Ohroniger Susan W, 106 Stockton 

Claveloux Josephine Mine, 1102 Taylor 

Cohan David, 1113 Sutter 

Oohn H Mrs, 2128 Fillmore 

Colvin M Mrs, 551 Minna 

C niibland Berthe, 637 Post 

Coney Mrs, 1920 Fillmore 

Connell M L Miss, 30 Kearny 

Corcoran P Mrs, 124% Eighth 

Cosgrove M Mrs, 413 Sutter 

Covell E Mrs, 501 Mason 

Covney John N Mrs, 412 Twenty-fourth 

Cox Celia Miss, 1918 Steiner 

Cravotto C Mrs, 1521 Dupont 

Cronin N M Miss, 100S Mission nr Sixth 

Curle.v M A Mis-, 11 Seventh 

Curtis Emily Mrs, iu Geary 

Davis Agnes Mrs, 232 Taylor 
Davis Kate, 435 Franklin 
Deeriug Kate A Mrs, 121 Post 
Djrby Ida Miss, 806 Market 
De Van P P, 2742 Folsom 



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Dixon Laura E Mrs, 1903 Fillmore 

Domergue Josephine Mr-, 16 Sanchez 

DriscoU Margaret, 1328 Stockton 

Duuneld E Mrs, 768i Howard 

Dunn M A Mrs, 428 Sixth 

Dunning K M Mrs, 131 Pest 

Edwards David, 44 O'Farrell and 629 

Ivy ave 
Estes W H, 1117 Folsom 
Fair M E Mrs, 1065 Market 
Falco Adele Madam, 525 Pine 
Farrell Katie Miss, 784 Harris m 
Fearon Mary, 1831 Mission 
Fischer Allies Mrs, 1504 Stockton 
Fleischel M Mrs, 8 J Ninth 
Foote L M Miss-, 1131 Twenty -first 
Frahm Mary Mrs, 1240 Folsom 
Fraser N M Mrs, 131 Post 

Carand Claudina Mme, 14 

Dupont 

Garcia Cayetana, 31 Hinckley 

G-arcin L P Mrs, 2505 Howard 

Gilfillan Jane, 425 Golden Gate ave 

Gilgen Annie Mrs, 2315 O'Farrell 

Gilligan C A Miss, 115 Kearny 

Graham Rosa, 424 Sutter 

Grant Lizzie, 247 Fifteenth 

Green S J Mrs, 152 Eddy 

Greene J C Mme, 1418 Powell 

Gross S A Mrs, 2515 Fourth 

Guder E Miss, 1621 Polk 

Gunn I Miss, 131 Post 

Hall A H Mrs, 2249 Mission 

HallJ E Mrs, 441 Valencia 

Hammerschmidt F Mrs, 710 Vallejo 

Harris Wild i Mrs, 535 Post 

Harvey K Miss, 105 Seventh 

Harvey L S Mrs, 1013 Market 

Hastings J S Mrs, 51 Fifth 

Hauck C Mias, 4151 Minna 

Heeder C Mrs, 455 Tehama 

Heibach A Mrs, 306 O'Farrell 

Hervey Mrs, 1061 Howard 

Hill A J, 331 Geary 

Hilliard C A Mrs, 312 Mason 

Hogan & Hurley (Miss J A Hogan and 

M'ss M Hurley) 
Howard Julia Mrs, 621 Mason 
Hudson M Miss, 319 O'Farrell 

James Minna Miss, 121 Post 

James S Mr.-, 411 Fourth 

Jofre Adele Miss, 1518 Powell 

Johnson S Mrs, 213 Eleventh 

Johnston F E, 224 Stockton 

Judd G P Mrs, 731 Geary 

Karm & Stautfer (Mrs Mary Karm and 

Mrs Marian Stauffer) 1611 Clay 
Keightley Mary, Ml O'Farrell 
Kelly D Mrs, 1 Rose place 
Kelter Bertha, 37 Fifth 
Kemp Margaret, 228 Ellis 
Kirtley & Shaw (Jennie Kirtley and 

Martha Shaw) 105 O'Farrell 
Kisslmg Rebecca V, 525 Pine 



Knott Maggie E Miss, 1302 Powell 
Knowles J E Mrs, 209 Kearny 
Lapping, M Mrs, 766 Howard 
LawSOn Jane Mrs, Sierra nr 

Georgia 
Lennon S Miss, 435 Minna 
Lewis R G Mrs, 126 Kearny 
Lichau EMrs, 756 Howard 
Locke L Mrs 722 California 
Loring Emma Mrs, 112 O'Farrell 
Lueders A Mrs, 1627 Geary 
Lynch Ellen, 841 Market 
Lyons J F Mrs, 730 Howard 
Macgowan J E Miss, 131 Post 
Mack N, 14 Dupont 
Madero Refugio, 14J6^ Powell 
Mahoney Mary Mrs, 647 Howard 
Marston D Miss, 106 Post 
Mason Mary Mrs, 1061, Third 
Massey F H Mrs, 1237 Stockton 
McAleer A Miss, 32 Turk 
McAvoy M A Miss, 435 Jessie 
McCabe C A Mrs, 1239 Folsom 
McCabe M Mrs, 428 Tehama 
McDauiels A Mrs, 1311 Powell 
McDevitt S A Mrs, 1439 Polk 
Miraglia Marie, 1311 Dupont 
Montague Eliza Miss, 615 Larkin 
Montrose Mary Mrs, 1609 Geary 
Moran Mary, 408 Tweuty-sejond 
Morley & Wenstrom (Mrs A M Morley 

and Miss J H Wenstrom) 106 Post 
M.rris L Mrs, 104 Powell 
Mulhern Mary A Miss, 141 Fourth 
Murphy A Miss, 124S Howard 
Murphy H B Mrs, 456 Sixth 
Murphv M D Mrs, 226 Post 
NelSOn A M 212 Turk 
Neuniiu Alfred, 126 Kearny 
Nevener E L Mrs, 131 Post 
Newell M Mrs, 223^ Fifth 
Nixon M A Miss, 333 Fourth 
Nolan Eleanor Mrs, 1440 Valencia 
Norton J Mrs, 930 Folsom 
Nye M E Mrs, 520 Powell 
Oakley Jennie Mrs, 336 S*eventh 
O'Brien Kate Miss, 2004 Mission 
O'Connor Anna Mrs, 437 Third 
O'Loghlen M A Mrs, 1421 Polk 
O'Neill M E Mrs, 1046^ Folsom 
O'Shaughnessy M A Mrs, 949 Bryant 
Pape M A, 1065 Market 
Parker M VV Mrs, 106 Post 
Perry August Mrs, 208 G >lden Gate ave 
Petroschki Emil, 415 O'Farrell 
Phillips E H Mrs, 405 Third 
Picot J H Mine. 14 Dupont 
PilgerLMrs, 115 Powell 
Poole W A Mrs, 930 Market 

Quigg Marie B Miss, 126 

Kearny 
Radloff Louis, 218 Post 
Ralph Letitia A Mrs, 521^ Geary 
Reed Nellie A Mrs, 246 Taylor 



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Ridge way L Mrs, !15 o Howard 

Roadea A Mrs, 121 S Larkin 
Robertson Mary Mrs, 314 Sutter 
Roggenkamp D Mrs, 243 Fifth 

Ropers Mathilda Miss, 30S 

Fifth 
Rouke Minnie Miss, 129 O'Farrell 
Ruediger E Mrs, lb' Mint ave 

Ryan Kate Miss, 1237 Dupont 
Samuels A Miss, 1 117^ Folsom 
Sandman Solomon Mrs, 444 Third 
Sanguinetti Maria, 700J, Montgomeryave 
Sawyer A Mrs, 125 O'Farrell 
Schaaf Jane, 507 Broadway 
Schnabel C, 639 Ellis 
Schriber Theresa, cor 20th and Florida 
Sehulz A Mrs, 713 Brannan 
Scoles Mary Miss, 1302 Valencia 
Scott B H Mrs, 1119 Leavenworth 
Shafro Aimee, 756 Howard 

Shanley Myles Mrs, 103s 

Folsom 
Silver Isabel B D, 305 Montgomery ave 
Skelley Katherine Miss, 2443 California 
Smith Catherine Mrs, 1911^ Mission 
Smithson B Mrs, 414 Geary 
Sobranes Nettie Miss, 446 Jessie 
Sorbier Louise Mrs, 220 Van Ness ave 
Spangler E Miss, 122 Seventh 
Sprague L S Miss, 530^ Valencia 
Stevenson E Mrs, 115 Kearny 
Stewart A M Miss, 14 Dupont 
Still Grace Mrs, 191 Sixteenth 
Stork & Leuenberger (Mrs C Stork and 

Mrs M Leuenberger) 314 Sutter 
Studabecker& Loudon (I AStudabecker 

and W M Loudon) 224 Stockton 
Sullivan M Miss, 121 Post 
Swoboda Stephen, 1144 Sutter 
Thomas Jane Mrs, 14 Dupont 
Trachez Irene Mrs, 91 li Sacramento 
Tuschinsky J Mrs, 1232 Stockton . 
Tyler C Mrs, 1523 Polk 
Van DorOUS AMrS,S41 Market 
VanneterF Mrs, 264 Eighth 
Van Voort M Mrs, 448 Tehama 
Vibber Mrs, 16 Geary 
Warburton A M Mrs, 934 Howard 
Warren C L Mrs, 109^ Fifth 
Weeks, Russell & Cheignon (Mrs A 

Weeks, Mrs T Russell and Mile Marie 

Cheignon) 330 Sutter , 
Wells M L Miss, 903 Twenty-fourth 

WilcOX & Law (Mrs J W Wilcox 

and Mrs M S Law) 623 Larkin 
Wills M E Miss, 806 Market 
Wirtner A Mrs, 134 Eddy 

WykesHerieMme, 936 Folsom 
Yeaw W H & Co (W H Yeaw) 

New York Dress and Cloak Rooms, 
422 Sutter 

Young James Mrs, -04 Sutter 

Zwicker A Miss, 14 Dupont 



MRS. H. CALDWELL, 



1055i Howard Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MISS ROPERS, 

FASHIONABLE 

IRESS& Cloak BIaker 

No. 308 FIFTH STREET, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



Madame HERIE WYKES, 



And Ladies' Tailor, from Paris. 

936 Folsom Street. 



DRESS PATTERNS- 

Butterick's Dress Pat- 
terns, H A Deming agent, 124 Post 

Craven Sisters, 11 Geary 

Deming Horace A, agent But- 
terick's dress patterns, 124 Post 

Demorest's Dress Patterns, S Hill, 634 
Market 

Evans J W (Domestic) 29 Post 

Loudon W M (Xtudabecker's) 224 Stock- 
ton 

Lovell Frederic M, 304 Stockton 

Peake Charles & Co (Chas and Edith 
L Peake) 209 Kearny 

Smith J Addison, designer of 
art patterns, 10!S Eddy 

Styles' E Mrs, 1637 Polk 

DRIEDMEATS- 
Heineman & Stern (Elias 

Heiueman and Moses Stern) smoked 
and pickled beef tongues, and all 
kinds of German sausages, 908 Larkin 
and 219 .Sixth 

Wagner F C & Bro, 2-8 

Pacific Fruit Market, Clay street side 

DRILLS-ROCK 

Berry & Place Machine Co, 12 Califor- 
nia 
Buckingham C E, 320 Sansome 
California Rock Drill Co, C O Barlow 
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Parke & Lacy, 21 Fremont 
Rankin, Brayton & Co, 127 

First 
Rix E A & Co, 18 and 20 Fremont 
Severance A J, 320 Sarisome 



DRUGGISTS-RETAIL 

Abramson & Bacon (Edward Abramson 
and Gaston E Bacon) SW cor Dupont 
and Sntter 

Angell J W, NW cor First and Folsom 

Barbat Josephine H, 910 Pacific 

Barrington Charles L, 525 Montgomery 
ave 

Bauer J A, 101 Post 

Bayly Chas A, SE cor Sixth and How- 
ard 

Bell Burleigh C, SE cor Sixteenth and 
Howard 

Berger Christian G, SE cor Union and 
Larkin 

Boyken J A, a l so dispensing chem- 
ist, SW cor Ninth and Mission 

Brainard Ceo L, SW cor Bush 

and Fillmore 
Broemmel Berthold, 46 Sixth 
Bryan William J, SE cor New Mont- 
gomery and Market and NW cor 

Second and Howard 
Burnett G G, 327 Montgomery 
Calegares J, SE cor Kearny and Pacific 
Calvert John, 152 Fourth 
Christmann Wm, SE cor Geary and 

Devisadero 
Coffin & May hew (R W Coffin and H 

H Mayhew) SE cor Sixteenth and 

Valencia and 2333 Mission 
Cook J J, 717 Clay 
Cork W H & Co (VV H Cork and E W 

McLean) 131 Larkin 
Curry W Tjader, NE cor Polk and 

Bush 
Curtis James, 37 Sacramento 

D'Artenay Eugene, NE cor 

Post and Mason 
Dawson John H, NW cor Twenty-third 

and Valencia 
De Puy A A, SE cor Seventeenth and 

Mission and SE cor Sixth and Harri- 
son 
Devine James, 221 Post 
Devine Joseph, SE cor Clay and Kearny 
Di Nola Leon, 1600 Howard 
Dodge Honry W, NW cor Eleventh dan 

M ission 
Donovan Joseph T, 603 Merchant 
Drossel J H, NW cor Jackson and 

Powell 
Dunbar J K, 444 Sixth 
Edwards Thomas M, 900 Kearny 
Ellert L R, SW cor California and 

Kearny 
Evans Aaron, 510 Hayes 



Ferre Melville, SW cor Railroad ave 
and Paraguay 

Flatow Phillip, 534 Geary 

Fowler Geo H, NE cor Seventh and 
Howard 

Gallvvey James, 659 Clay 

Gates James H, NW cor New Mont- 
gomery and Howard 

CateS JUStin, also Turkish and 
Russian steam baths, supervisor First 

• Ward, 722 Montgomery 

Gilli Castelli It, 523 Davis 

Gove D M, 2101 Fillmore 

Grimshaw Henry, 720 Montgomery ave 

Gros Alfred, N VV cor Kearny and Wash- 
ington and 111 Dupont 

HanSOn & Mack, cor Nineteeutb 
and Valencia 

Hastings Ben, 1601 Fillmore 

Heick William, SE cor Golden Gate 
ave and Polk 

Hilmer Louis, 1633 Mission 

Hohlweg Fred, cor Polk and Jackson 

Hunt D D, SE cor Fifth and Fol- 
som 

Hurtzig W F, 140 Third 

Isaacson & Strahhnann, SW cor Larkin 
and Geary 

Joy Edwin *W, 852 Market 

Kearney E F, 214 Kearny 

K'-arney Peter A, 501 Folsom 

Keil Fred C, 2000 Market 

Kibbler William T, SW cor Turk and 
Hyde 

Kilbourn W W, 61 Second 

Knapp C Richard, 2154 Mission 

Koeller Wm, NE cor Taylor and Eddy 

Lanszweert Louis, 369 Fourth 

Lefevre Baptiste, 401 Kearny 

Leipnitz & Co (G Leipnitz and M 
Tscliirner) 236 Sutter 

Lengfeld A L, NE cor Geary and Stock- 
ton 

Liebig Dispensary, Archibald C Stod- 
dart, 405 Mason 

LiebrichE F, NWcor Steiuer and Eddy 

Mayhew William E, 144 Fourth 

McBoyle A & Co, 504 Washington 

McDermott Wm P, NW cor Twenty- 
fourth and Valencia 

McDonnell James J, SE cor Market and' 
Sixth 

McElroy James B, SE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Alabama 

McLaughlin M A, cor Railroad ave and 
Maniioba 

McLaughlin W H & Co (W H Mc- 
Laughlin) NW cor Twenty-sixth and 
Mission 

Meutz Chas H, SE cor Polk and Sacra- 
mento 

Mervy Alphonse, SE cor Green and 
Montgomery ave 

Meyers Robert C, 1701 Powell 



M0RETTI & TREZZINL Fresco Painters, Phe,an 



Building. 



John Wigmore, HARDWOOD LUMBER. 129 to 147 Spear St. 



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Miller C J, 1019 Market 
Minor Geo W, 46 Turk 
Morgan George F (r, 1807 Union 
Morton T S, SE cor Geary and Bu- 
chanan 
Neumann Edward, NW cor Ellis and 
Larkin 

Nineteenth and Valencia 
Streets Drug Store Co, g 

F Hanson and A Mack proprietors, 

733 Valencia 
Parks & Spencer (Geo J [ Parks and Thos 

M Spencer) 101 Dupont 
Petibeau E & Co, 2ME cor Ninth and 

Howard 
Pickering Wm, 1236 Stockton 
Pixley VV B, NE cor Stockton and 

O'Farrell 

Potrero Pharmacy, T Byron 

DeWitt pioprietor, JM\v cor Butte 

and Kentucky 
Prien H F, NW cor Hayes and Laguna 
Bider Frederick, 504 Bush 
Uoethe C H, SE cor Bryant and Third 
Rogers Chas, junction Pi iwel Land Market 
Ptoice E A, 1001 McAllister 
llossi & Eideumuller (D P Rossi and H 

Eidenmuller) NE cor Dupont and 

G reen 
Rottanzi Antonio, SE cor Folsom and 

Third 
ROturier Emile (French, Spanish 

and Italian spoken) 225 Montgomery 

ave 

Rounds H A, »oi Sixth 

Ruled VV, 10D Third 

Salter John VV, 101 S Valencia 

Schmidt H VV & Bro (H VV and C P) 

542 Kearny 
Schmidt Val & Co (Val Schmidt and A 

H Smith) 14D1 Polk 
Schnltze J, 1249 Market 
Searby W M, S5 l J Market 
Shaw Heiwy B, NE cor Sutter and 

Powell 
Simpson William, G00 Davis 
Smith Edward J, 23S Kearny 
Staub Henry, cor Sutter and Larkin 

Steele James G & Co (James 

G Steele) 635 Market and 1144 Mc- 

All ster 
Steylaars Charles L, cor Seventeenth 

and D "lores 
Stoddart Bros (A C Stoddart)400 Geary 
Strong Colin G, 21 Third 
Stuart John W, 229 Leavenworth 
Szarvash Samuel T, SW cor Filbert and 

Montgomery ave 
Thompson N S, SE cor Steuart and 

Market 
Tolmau E M, cor Sansome and Pacific 

Troppmann Chas M, SW cor 

Sixth and Folsom 



Trouette Hy polite, 304 Fourth 

Von der Lieth Frederick H, NE cor 

Powell and Broadway 
Warner L C, SE cor Turk and' Pierce 

Wakelee & Co id w and G c 

ltanda.1) SF cor Montgomery and 

Bush 
WandOryA, 11 53 Mission 
Week F A & Co, 1225 Market 
White R E & CO, 4U0 Hayes 
Widber J H, SW cor Market and 

Third 

Williams C L & Co (CL Will- 

iams) 77 J Mission 

Winch Fred C, 1916 Market 

Winter James H, Mission nr Twenty- 
ninth 

Wynne Henry F, NE cor Fol- 
som and Twenty -second 

Wynne N P, 713 Larkin 

Young Joseph, 1114 Folsom 

Zeile Charles D, 522-528 Pa- 
cific 

Zelner William, 873 Mission 



JH. WIDBER, APOTHECARY, deal pi- in Se- 
. le -t Drugs, Medicines and chemicals. Fine 
Toilet Snaps, Brushes and Perfumery. Agent 
for Dr. Pierce's "Patent Elastij Truss" and 
" Electric Magnetic Belt." Also sole agency fo 



the "Perfection Electro - Magnetic Belt' 
"Perfection Belt Truss." 



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Corner Market and Third Sts. 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. 
Folkers J H A & Bro, "8 

Montgomery 

Green sfelder & Co (Naph B 

Greensfelder) 537 Market 

Langley& Michaels, 101 

Front 
Stevenson & Lon^will, 603 Market 

Taylor John & Co (J^hn and H 

K Taylor) also assayers' materials, 118 
and 120 Market 
WatSOn & CO (M V B Watson) 
also agents A D Puffer & Sons soda 
apparatus, 122 and 124 Market 



DRUGGISTS-WHOLE- 
SALE AND MANU- 
FACTURING 

Abramson, Bacon & Heunisch (Edward 
Abramson, Gaston E Bacou and Adam 
Heunisch) 116 Battery 

Downing & Schmidt (Orrien P Downing 
and Ferdinand L Schmidt) 14 Second 

Gates J B & Co, 417 Sansome 



SI/AM M/IAIIS1C fn 413-415 Perkins' HORoE and MULE SHOES, 

. VAIl VTsIiI\Ll & UU., Market St. Globe- Putnam Northwestern Horse Nate 



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COLLECTORS. 
California Mercantile 

Agency* J° 8 S Jordan & Co man- 
agers, 330 Pine 

Camp Henry Collins, 514 

Bush 

Harmon & Sears, m Che- 
lan Building 

King R F. collector American Mer- 
cantile Union, 1324^ Webster 

MadiSOn & Burke, 401 Mont- 
gomery 

Martindale Law Associa- 
tion, A Provo Kluit manager, 402 
Montgomery 

COLLEGES 
College of Physicians and 

SurgeOnS> Chas H Robinson 
secretary, 127 Kearny 

COOPER. 

Olsen Louis W, 8 Mission 

CORUNDUM WHEELS- 

McCOWn BrOS, agents Grant 
Corundum Wheel Co, 42 Market 

COSTUMES 

Peter M Mrs. masquerade and 
theatrical costumer, 736 Market 



CROCKERY. 

Hyman Bros, 326 Pine 

Rigaud L, 1304 Stockton 

StraUS J &. CO (Jacob Straus) 102 

Battery 
Swain R A & Co, 16 Post 

CUTLERS- 

Will & Finck, 808 Market 

DAIRY PRODUCE. 

Feiling&CO, 324 Clay 

Friot J A, 47 and 48 Washington 

Market 
Goldstone P & J (Peter and Jacob) 

28 and 29 Grand Western Market 
JOOSt H, 307 Battery 

Neubert & Crabau (Rudolph 

Neubert and Robt H Grabau) 25 and 

26 California Market 
Taber C W, San Bruno road nr 

Six Mile House 
Salomon & Auerbach (M Salomon and L 

Auerbach) 815 Howard 

DENTISTS 
Chalfant Samuel P, H Kearny 

Leek I G, 724^ Market 
Luce George J, 26£ Kearny 
McArthur J S, 204 Sutter 
Morffew ThOS, § Montgomery 
Younger W J, 234 Stockton 



NAT. T. COULSON 

MARKET STREETS 

Over Joy's Drug Store, 

CORNER OF STOCKTON 

SAN FEANCISCO 

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hours. 
10 to 12 A. M., 2 to 4 and 6 to 7:30 P. Hj^f 



BARNARD'S 



BUSINESS COLLEGE, 
46 OFABBELL STREET, S.F. 



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_A-_ Asjuan -n & Co. 

69 and 70 California Market, 

Manufacturer of Mustard, Horseradish, 

Pickles, Sauerkraut, Worcester Sauce, Catsup, Salad 
Dressing, Caviar, and Salt, Spiced and Smoked Fish. 

Dealer in Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Oil, Vine* 
gar, Jelly, Table Fruit, Honey, Holland Herrings, 
Codfish, Eels, Hams, Olives, Smoked Tongues, Meats, 
Etc., Etc. 

Only Best Articles kept, at Lowest Market Rates. 

Wholesale and Retail Goods delivered. Country 
Orders promptly attended to. 

Agency for the Celebrated Laneuhrg Rye Bread. 




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DELICACIES 
Asmann A & Co, 69 and 70 

California Market 

DESIGNEE 

Harrison M C. 527 Commercial 

DIE SINKERS 

WOOd CeO M & CO, 211 Sutter 

DISTILLERIES 

JOSt & Son, proprietors California 
Distilling Co, 306 and 308 Clay 

DRAYMEN- 

Elliott Heman C, SE cor Steuart and 

Howard 
Lindholm Benjamin, NE cor Steuart and 

Folsom 
Nolan W H, 535 Market 
Rode C B & CO, cor Battery 

and California 
Williams Charles, 7 Mission 

DRESSMAKER 

Leike C Mrs, 150 Steuart 

DRUGGISTS 

Arnheim J S, 8 Steuart 
Cook J J, 603 Montgomery 



& CO, 131 Larken 
NW cor Third and 



Cork W H 

Hulting F B, 

Howard 
Kahn Adolph J, 1102 Market 

Kelly Frank S, 102 Geary 

Satterthwaite, Lamb & Co, 585 Market 
Zabaldano A, 1124 Stockton 

DRY GOODS 

Burt is R W, 41 and 43 Second 
Duden & Co, 537 Market 
Jacobs S & Son, 408 Kearny 
Mundt A, cor Railroad aveand Manitoba 
Mundt Morris, Railroad ave bet Mani- 
toba and Dominica 

O'Connor. Moffatt & Co, 

111-121 Post 

Strauss, Levi & Co, 14 and 16 

Battery 
Whittock Charlotte Mrs, SE cor Rail- 
road ave and Dominica 

DYEING WORKS 

Bert in A, 430 Bush, 325 Montgom- 
ery ave and 1400 Polk 

Pacific Dyeing and Clean- 
ing Works, J Pacheteau proprie- 
tor, head office 3 Golden Gate ave and 
210 and 212 Ridley 



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Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing Works. 

210 and 212 RIDLEY ST., San Francisco. 

(Or 13th St., nr. Valencia.) 

OFFICES 

8 Golden Gate Ave. , near Market Street, opposite Sixth, 

332 Sutter Street, between Stockton and Dupont, 
and 309 Hayes Street. Oakland Branch, 1011 Broadway. 

Ladies', Gents' and Children's Clothing, and all kinds of Fancy A rticles of 

Every Description CLEANED or DYED. Lace Curtains cleaned 

from 50c. to $1.25 per pair. Blankets, 50c, Gloves, 10c. 

Ladies' and Gents' Clothing Dyed without ripping, and warranted not to rub off. Old faded Suits 
dyed to look like new. Gents' Suits Dyed, 83.00; Cleaned, §2.50. Spots taken out a specialty. 

J. PACHETEAU, Proprietor. 

Formerly Foreman of Valon & Poirot, Cleaners and Dyers, Paris. 

Special Attention Paid to Country Orders. ^^ 



/N • A. AND T*^_ J _— Gelatine, and Gelatine Dynamites for Miners and 

Giant JUDSON P0W(ler, Railroad* Bandm»nn, Nielsen & Co., Agti., 8.». 



STOLTTS WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sarj'Jy Hair ana Whiskers 
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Hilmer Louis, 1633 Mission 

Langley & Michaels (Mrs 

Melauie Langley, Henry Michaels 
and Robert Watt) 101-105 Front 
Mack J J & Co (J J and A Mack and 
L Guegenhime) 9 and 11 Front 

Redington & Co (Wm P Red- 

ington and Christian W Smith, S F, 
and A G and I S Coffin, N Y) 529 
and 531 Market 

Richards C F & Co. 427 and 

429 Sansome 
Stearns, Worden & Co (Frederick 
Stearns and Clinton E Worden) 326 
Town send 



Stoddart Bros, NW cor Geary and 

Powell 
Week FA, 1225 Market 



DRY DOCKS 

Ajax Heaving Down Hulk Association. 

J N Knowles pres, Henry Cottrell 

sec, 28 California 
California Dry Dock Co, Oliver El- 

dridge pres, W C Gibbs sec, office 

31S California 
Merchants' Dry Docks, Bryant bet 

Main and Spear 



KEANE BROS., 

107, 109, III, 113 and 115 Kearny St., San Franciscn. 



IMPORTERS OF 



Dry Goods and Fancy Goods 

SPECIAL NOTICE. 

We do the largest Country Order business on [ Goods sent C. O. D. to any part of the Pacific 
the Pacific Coast. Coast. 

A guarantee of 25 per cent, required on all or- 
All orders are promptly filled. I ders from the Territories. 

Send for our NEW CATALOGUE, Mailed Free. 



DRY GOODS-RETAIL 

Alexander Philip, 1655 Mission 
Apple Sarah Mrs, 305 Hayes 
Asmussen W A Mrs, 401 Eighth 
Bernstein Solomon, 42 Fourth 
Bibo S & Co (S Bibo) 2011 Fillmore and 

1435 Polk 
Bienenfeld & Strauss (B and E Bien- 

enfeld and S J Strauss) 33 Sutter 
Blumenthal Bernard, 848 Market 
Bowen Albert H, SW cor Sixteenth and 

Valencia 
Cannon L L Mrs, 1554 Howard 
Caro Lewis, 236 Fifth 
Castagnetto Giovanni, 1234 Dupont 
Cereghino & Dehendetti, 3258 Mission 
Chicago Auction House, B Blumenthal 

propr, 848 Market 
Clar & Cunningham (L F Clar aDd S J 

Cunningham) 1208 Polk 
Coady Auna Mrs, 2927 Mission 
Cohn Bros (S M and Theodore) 1337 

Pacific 
Cr >cker A & Bros (Aaron and Adolph) 

1125 Stockton 
Crosby A B (Alphonso and Robert A 

Crosby) NW cor Octavia and Union 

Curtin Callahan, 9ii and 913 

Market 



Danielewitz Joseph, 2939 Sixteenth 

Daus Isidor, 1327 Stockton 

Davis C Mrs, 60S Fourth 

Davis H Mrs, 328 Fourth 

Doane & Henshelwood (Wilbur G 
Doane and Thos R Henshelwood) 132 
Kearny 

Donovan M A, 1561 Market 

Elder Bros (John and Robert) 315 
Hayes 

Essman Ernest, 1022 Market 

Feder Robert, 419 Hayes 

Federlein I J, NW cor Howard and 
Twenty-fourth 

Finkenstedt Henry, 1307 Stockton 

Flanigan Patrick, 152 Sixth 

Flenniken Robert, 724 and 726 Mont- 
gomery 

Friedman M, 228 Stockton 

Furst Philip, 1427 and 1429 Stockton 

Gallagher J Mrs, 2602 Mission 

Goldman & Son (1 A and Louis) 2935 
Sixteenth 

Goodday Louis, 232| Sixth 

Grand Dry Goods Store. Cal- 
lahan Curtin proprietor, 911 and 913 
Market 
Hagen Caroline Mrs, 405 Twenty-fourth 
Hammerschlag Mattes, 1629 and 1631 
Polk 



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Harrower John. 17224 Market 

Honigsberger Clara, 562 Larkiu 
Hummel George, lUo Fifth 
Jacobs Nathaniel M, 1942 Fillmore 
Jassen Henry H, 2-5 Harrison 
Kahn Bros, Bine & Co (Jules and Henry 
Kahn, S Bine, L Klein and A G<>m- 
brich and — Fils) 25 and 27 Bat- 
tery 
Keane BrOS (Thomas Keane and 

P BoUud) 107-115 Kearny 
Keefe Peter, SE cor Twenty-sixth and 

Bartlett 
Kellner Meyer, 306 Sixth 
Kelly Bros (J F and P C) 26 Sixth 
Kennedy Philip & Co (P and C P Ken- 
nedy) 901-905 Market 
Keruaghau Rebecca Mrs, 400 Fourth 
Ken- Edward, 2047 and 2049 Mis- 
sion 
Koh'berg & Co (M S Kolberg and Sam- 
uel Weitz) 143 Post 
Kwong Shew, Lion & Co, 729 Dupont 
Lackenbach Charles, 106 Ninth 
Lange L A, SE cor Twenty-second and 

Folsom 
Leibreich Ciarles, 342 Fourth 
Leszynsky Abraham, 235 Kearny 
Levin Mary Mrs, 1524 Polk 
Lewkowitz Joseph, 13-0 Stockton 
Licht Louis, 145 Second 
Lippman Bros (Sol and Heyman) 441 
and 443 Hayes and N VV cor Sixteenth 
and Valencia 
Livingston David. 1420 Polk 
Livingston D & Co (Samuel, David and 
Ben Livingston) 2002 and 2004 Fill- 
more 
Lynch Bros (E and T) 130 Sixth 
Magee Th 'mas VV, 1J55 Folsom 
Mauuire A B & Bro, cor Nineteenth and 

Mission 
Maguire J W, 2319 Mission 
Marks Adolph, 228 Sixth 

Martin Rebecca Mrs. 400 

Fourth 
McDonuell & Kroeger (J P McDonnell 

and J H Kroeger) 2800 and 2802 

Mission 
Meyer William, 1 1 34 Stockton 
Michelsohn A & Co (A Michelsohn) 

2029 Fillm >re 
Miles E, 312 Sixth 
Mills & Gibb, J A Moreland agt, 632 

Mtrket 
Moller & Mautz (Carl Mollerand Albert 

Mautz) 714 M •nteomery 
Moran D M & Co, 128 Sixth 
Moran Jame3 M & Co, 45 and 47 Sixth 
Morris ALrnham, 27 Dupont 
Newman & Feud (B Newman and Isa- 

dore Feud) SW cor Jackson and 

Stockton 



O'Brien J J & Co (J J and 

James O Brien) Murphy's Building 

cor Market and Jones 
O'Connor, Moffatt & Co (B O'Connor 

and Geo Motfatt) 111-121 Post 
O'Dwyer & Sons ( lames, James Jr, and 

Thos) 36 aid 38 Third 
Peixotto & Silverman (Raphael Peixotto 

and Moritz Silverman) 42 and 46 

Third 
Perkins & Wilson (C B Perkins and J C 

Wilson) 1114 and 1116 Market 
Perrin F, 521 Montgomery 
Perrin Francois, 314 Montgomery ave 
Peterson A B, 302 Third 
Posener H, 232 Kearny 
Q.ian John E, 1503 Polk 
Ramsey Wm, 227 Sixth 
Reinhertz Isaac, 1319 Stockton 
Rosencrantz Jacob, 548 Fourth 
Kosencrautz Louis, 252 Fourth 
Rosenfeld Abram, 1209 Polk 
Rosenstein Jacob, 145 Ninth 
Rosenthal M S, 1 Sutter 
Salmon A & E (Albert and Edward) 128 

Post 
Samuels David, 123-129 Post 
Samuels Julius, 104-108 Kearny 
Sanders H & Co (H Sanders) 55 Third 
Schary Julius, 525 Montgomery ave S 
Schoenholz Bros & Co (S and S Schoen- 

holz and H Elsbach) 110 and 112 Sixth 

and 1913 Fillmore 

Schonwasser B & Co. 134 

Post 

Schwengel C & Co, 1305 Stockton 

Sharp James V, 116 Ninth 

Shemanski Harris, 1227 and 1229 Stock- 
ton 

Silverman A, 1410 Polk 

Silverman Joseph, 222 Third 

Silverstein Julius, 721 Larkin 

Smith David C & Co, SE cor Sixteenth 
and Capp 

Stone Kalman L, 1211 Stockton 

Strauss & Fr.hman (Moses Strauss and 
Henry Frohmau) 1201-1205 Stock- 
ton 

Toklas Fred, 516 and 518 Market 

Van Doren Geo W, 1505 Stockton 

Varney Kate Mrs, 514 Fourth 

Verdier, Moreau & Co. se 

cor Geary and Dupont 
Wanz John D, 204 Twenty-fourth 
Weill Raphael & Co (Raphael and 

Henry Weill and Eugene Gallois) 101 

and 103 Kearny 
White & Cambridge (J L White and 

Archibald Cambridge) 114 and 116 

Kearny 
Wilson Robert Mrs, 2514 Mission 
Wolf H & Bro, 206 Sixtn 
Young Amelia, 1328 and 1330 Dupont 



f* -I «-» ■»-» 4- AVD *D/»w»Ja« Gelatine, and Gelatine 

Lriaill JUDSON rOWUer, Railroads Bandmann, 



Gelatine, and Gelatine Dynamites for Miners and 
Nielsen &Co., Agts., S.F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



42I-4587 Market St. Agricultural Im- 
plements, Wagons, Steam JEngines. 



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DRY GOODS-WHOLE 
SALE 

Bachman Bros (H S..N S, D S and L S) 
10 and 12 Battery 

Dannenbaum J & S, 117 and 119 San- 
some 

Dinkelspiel L & Co (L and E Dinkel- 
spiel and J A Cook) 37 and 39 Bat- 
tery 

Frankenthal, Bachman & Co, SVV cor 
California and Battery 

Franklin M & Bro, 22 and 24 Battery 

Freeman Bros & Co (E s and 

Benj Freeman and M P Hannigan) 6 

and 8 Battery 
Heller E & S (E and S) 315 and 317 Pine 
Heller M & Sons (E M, Martin and 

Moses Jr) 112 and 114 Sansome 
Kahn Bros, Bine & Co (J and H Kahn, 

S Bine, A Gom rich and Fils and L 

Klein) 25 and 27 Battery 

Keane Bros. 107-115 Kearny 
Murphy, Grant & Co, ne cor 

Bush and Sansome 
Neuburger, Reisss & Co (Gustav and 
Jules Neuburger and Bernard Reiss) 
17 and 19 Sutter and 516 and 518 Mar- 
ket 

Sachs Martin & Co (Martin, 

iSain'l L and Sanford Sachs) also man- 
ufacturers of gents' furnishing goods 
and agency of Marys ville Woolen 
Mills, S W cor Battery and Bush. 

Silberberg Max, 35 Sutter 

Strauss Levi & Co (Levi and Jonas 
Strauss) 14 and 16 Battery 

Weil Bros & Co, 21 and 23 Battery 



DYERS AND SCOURERS 

Bertin Alexander, 1400 Polk, 430 Bush, 

and 325 Montgomery ave 
Bousquet A M Mme, 717^ Howard 
Dreyfus Theodore, 35^ Sixth 
Green Lucy Mrs, 1212 Polk 

Hagerup F C, 148 Third 

Hansen Charles A, 244 Eleventh 

Hansen & McClaskey (Mrs 

E Hansen and Mrs K McClaskey) 24 

Mason 
Hillman Henry, 103 Seventh 
Holmes Chas J, 633 Market 
Landry E, 603 Montgomery ave 
Orjubin F M, 603 and 719 Powell 
Pacheteau Jacques, 8 Golden Gate ave 

Parisian Dyeing; and 
Cleaning House, f Thomas 

proprietor, 213 Post 
Pfaff & McPherson (L Pfaff and Alex 

McPherson) 907 Larkin 
Schmidt Mrs, 209 Kearny 
Schmidt Wm, 537^ Hayes 
Silberstein P H, 861 Folsom 
Snow John F, 1623 Mission and 3 Du- 

pont 
Snow W H, 342 Sutter 
Stolzenwald Henry F, 1148 Folsom 

Thomas F & CO (Francois Thom- 
as) Parisian Dyeing and Cleaning 
Works, 27 Tenth, offices 714 Wash- 
ington, 213 Post, 148 Fourth and 
10U5 Broadway, Oakland 

Whalley P, 538 Bush 

Wolf Julius, 808 Howard 



The Pioneer .Establishment of Stan Fraocisco. Established 1854. 



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DYEING * CLEANING WORKS 

No. 27 Tenth Street, between Market and Mission, 



First Premium at Mechanics' Fair, 1885. 



SAN FRAaCISCO. 



F. THOMAS <& CO. 



Ladies', Gents' and Children's Cl«»thing and Fancy Articles of every 

description I>yed a id Cleaned. JLace Curtains cleaned from 50 

cts. to $2.00 per pair. Blankets, 50 cts. Gloves, lO cts. 

Ladies' and Gents' CUthiig dyed without ripping and warranted not to run off. Old faded suits 
dyed to look like new. Gents' suits dyed, §3.00; cleaned, $2.50. Spots taken out a specialty. 
HA Washington, 148 Fourth and *13 Post Sts. 

O .iklaii'l Branch. IOOS Broadway. 



DYNAMITE 

Atlantic Dynamite Co, Albert Dibblee 
pres, 4 California 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co, 

agents Giant Powder Co, 210 Front 



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California Electric Light Co, Geo H 
Roe sec and mgr, 222-232 Jesaie 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen once used by another. 



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Food for Poultry? If not, why not? Every 
srrocer, druggist and merchant sells it. 

B. F. WELLINGTON, 
425 Washington Street, S. F. 

ELECTRIC LIGHT SUP 

PLIES 
California Electrical 

WorkS. 35 Market 

Electrical Supply Co. 328 

Bush 
Klein John M & CO, 720 Mont- 
gomery 

ELECTRIC PEN AND 

PRESS 
California Electrical 

WorkS, 35 Market 
Dakin E A, 320 Sansome 

Klein John M & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 

ELECTRICAL APPARA 
TUS MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 

Electrical Supply Co, Orion 

Brooks president and G W Pease sec- 
retary, importers, manufacturers and 
dealers in telegraph and telephone 
supplies, electric bells, etc, 328 Bush 

HatterOth & RUSS. 821 Kearny 

tlenzel Geo L, 1908 Sterner 

Klein John M & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 

Pacific Coast Electrical Construction 
Co, Adolph Weske pres and Isaac 
Trumbo mgr, 40 Nevada Block 

Siccardi G B, 106 Dupont 



ELECTRO MAGNETIC 

DISPENSARY 
Stone H Storrs, ioe Eddy 

ELECTRO MAGNETIC 

INSTRUMENTS 
California Electrical 

WorkS, 35 Market 

Electrical Supply Co, 328 

Bush 

Klein John IVI & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 



ELECTRO MAGNETIC 
BELTS 

Boothby S E Mrs, S38 Market 
Home W J, 702 Market 



ELECTROTYPERS 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Mar- 
ket 

BrOdie J R & CO, NVV cor San- 
some and Sacramento 

Crocker H S & Co, 215 Bush 
Denniston E C, 653 and 600 

Mission > 

Filmer & Stiller (Wm Fiimer 

and Paul B Stiller) also stereotypers, 

414 Sacramento 
Pacific PreSS, 529 Commercial 
Painter & Co, 510 Clay 

Palmer & Rey, 405 Sansome 

Winterburn Joseph & Co, 417 Clay 

ELEVATOR BELLS 
California Electrical 

WorkS, 35 Market 

Klein John M «t Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 

ELEVATORS 

KnOrp A F, Main Street Mill, plan- 
ing, sawing, turning and railroad cars 
and mill work, 120 and 122 Main 

McNicoll A J & Co(AJMc 

Nicoll and M V Kendall) successors to 
Philip Hinkle & Co, 116 and 118 Main 



A. J. McNICOLL & CO. 

ELEVATOR WORKS, 116 and 118 Main St., 
San Francisco, manufacture all kinds of 
Patent Hydraulic, Air Pressure. Steam and Hand 
Power Elevators, with the latest improved ap- 
pliances. Telephone No. 591. 



EMBROIDERIES 

(See Dry Goods; also Laces.) 



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Qtnlt7'C Walllllt PnCmOtlP P arken * ° r »y °* Sandv Hair and Whiskers to Per- 
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ERS- 

Deppen Anna Miss, 1222 Polk 
Geier M Mrs, 2132 Fillmore 
Harman C F, 1324 Polk 
Holt E Mrs, 1020 Howard 
Koerner S Mrs, 940 Market 
Macnicol & Asher, 800 Larkin 
McArdle Mary Mrs, 1410 Powell 
Schreiber August, 513 California 
StettiuH Mrs, 443 Bush 
Tanron Madam, 150.3 Pine 



EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 
Bradley & Johnston (F d 

Bradley and J P Johnstou) Chinese, 

040 Clay 
CrOSett & CO (JF Crosett) male 

department 628 Sacramento, female 

202 Stockton 
Ewer W D & Co (W D Ewer and 

I Philippson) 02(5 Clay 
Farrell J 1) Mrs, 705 Polk 
Hansen C R& Co, 110 Geary 
Hilton Gertrude (teachers') 806 Market 
Kane E Mrs, 30 Geary 
Kearney Denis, 23 Ellis 
Lambla Jules, 108 Geary 
Lindquist Maurice F, 1044 Sutter 
Meh an & Jung, 642 Sacramento 

Plunkett Kate Miss (female) 

424 Sutter 
Quon Win, 403 Sutter 
Trowbridge S Mrs, 1 1 Stockton 
Ward & CO (James and Robert 

T Ward) 608 and 610 Clay 



ENAMELERS 

(See also Jewelers — Manufacturing.) 
Rudolph ChaS, H2 Sutter 

ENGINE BUILDERS 
Atlas Iron Works, J B Jardine 

proprietor, 213 and 215 Mission 

Bay City Iron Works, Bigeiow 

& Eitile proprietors, 1U3 and 105 Fre- 
mont and 323 and 325 Mission 
City Iron Works, The Joshua 
Bendy Machine Works proprietors, 
NE cor Vallejo and Sansome 

Empire Foundry and Ma- 
chine Works, Savage, Son & 
Co proprietors, 135-143 Fremont 

Eureka Iron Works, Anton 

Pfeiffer proprietor, 317 and 319 How- 
ard 

Globe Iron Works Co, f p 

Bacon president, F H Page secretary, 
222 and 224 Fremont 



Colden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, 2i7-257 First 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, 

213 Fremont 
Jackson Byron, SE cor Sixth and Blux- 
ome 

Mission Iron Foundry, Wm 

Axford proprietor, Harrison bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Occidental Foundry, Steiger 

& Kerr proprietors, 137 First 
Ohmen Wm H, 22 Fremont 

Rankin, Brayton & Co, 127 

First 
Rice H W, 58 Bluxome 

Risdon Iron and Locomo- 
tive Works, SE cor Beale and 
Howard 

Tait & Hainque, 115 and 117 Beale 

Thomson & Evans, no and 

112 Beale 

Union Iron Works, 401 Market 
ENGINE IMPORTERS 

Babcock & Wilcox Co, 561 Mission 
CoSS & DOW, 114 and 116 Beale 
Huntington, Hopkins & Co, junction 
Bush and Market 

Linforth James, H6 Front 
Stearns Manufacturing 

Co, 31 Spear 
Tatum & Bowen, 25-31 Main 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 
Williams, Dimond & Co, 202 Market 



JAMES LINFORTH, Agent for Blymyer Mfg 
Co., Cincinnati, Murray Iron Works, Bur- 
lington, Iowa. Illustrated Catalogues on appli- 
cation, llii Front (Street. 



ENGINEERS-CIVIL 

AND MINING 

Adams & Carter (mining) 109 

California 
Alberger W C, 328 Montgomery, 

rm 17 
Allardt G F, 418 California 
Anderson C L, 4111 California, rm 22 

Aslachsen-Shields Rob- 
ert (civil) 6 Eddy 
Attwood Melvill,402 Montgomery 

Banks William, 215 First 
Barnard A B, 4i> o'Farreii 

Benson John A, Nevada Block 

Bowie August J, 217 Sansome 

Brown Calvin, 324 Pine, rms 1, 2 and 3 

Brown Frank E, 324 Pine 

Burckhalter C, 213 Sansome 

Bush David (sanitary) 316 Sutter 

Cahill E J, 316 California 



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For Crescent City. 
314 Spear St., S„F. 



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Davidson George, 43J Appraiser's Build- 
ing 
De Veuve Henry, 318 Pine, rm 5 
Drum .James, 402 Montgomery 
Eckart VV R, 217 Sansome 
Freeman J E, 104 Montgomery Block 
Cibbes C D, 121 Montgomery Block 
Cibbes J T, 102 Montgomery 
Gilson Livingston, 211 Sansome 

Hammond H Woodcroft 

(civil) rm IS Nevada Block 

Hammond R P Jr, U S sur- 
veyor, 610 Commercial 

Harris & Holmes (L B Harris Jr and 
3 J Holmes) 318 Pine, rm 4 

Henderson J C, 309 California 

Heynemann Lionel. 240 

Montgomery, rm 7 
Hodman Chas F, 4 IS California 
Holcombe S E, 112 Kearny, rm 2 
HoUSman C V, 402 Montgom- 
ery 
Janin Louis, 211 Sansome, rm 7 
Kaufman Chas, 41S California 
Kluegel C H» with American 
Bridge and Building Co, 22 Califor- 
nia 

Koefoed & Humphreys (C L 

Koefoed and T H Humphreys) 115 

First 
La Due J C, 307 California 
Low J B, 331 Montgomery, rm 20 

Luckhardt C A & Co, 23 ste- 

venson 
Mel lis D Ernest, 50S Montgomery 
Minto Win, 418 California 
JV! Cinch Robert, H7 Green 

Palmer & Storey (W S Palmer 

and W B Storey Jr) 318 Pine, rm 

15 
Paul Almariu 8, 32S Montgomery 
San ford A B, 719 Market 

School of Civil. Mechan 
ical and Mining Engi- 
neering, Surveying, 
Drawing, and Assaying, 

A Van der Naillen, 24 I'ost 
Schmol/ Wm, 420 Montgomery 

.Sherwood William K, 30.) California 
Shortt L H, 120 Sutter 

Smyth William H, 268 Mar 

ket 
Specht Geo J, 418 California 
Str.itton James T, 413 Montgomery 
Stretch R H, 420 Montgomery 
Tilton Charles S, New City Hall 

Van der Naillen A. 24 Post 

Visclx r Hubert, 318 Pine, rm 3S 

Von Leicht Ferdinand, 41 S California 
Vim Schmidt A W, SOS Montgom- 
ery 
Wheeler M Allison, 320 Sansome 



ENGINEERS - CONSULT 
ING 

Alberger W C, 328 Montgomery, 

rm 17 
Hutchins E P, 330 Pine, rm 21 

Koefoed &. Humphreys, lis 

First 

ENGINEERS-HY- 
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ENGINEERS MECHAN 
ICAL 

Adams & Carter (Jphn M Ad 

ams and W F Carter) 101) California 
BOSS IVi P (milling) 300 California, 

rms 10 and 17 
BuSWell W F, 108 Main 
D'Erlach A, 1 109 Twentieth 

Fillman, Williams & Orton, 

19 Stevenson 

Hammond H Woodcroft, 

rm 18 Nevada Block 
Hedges & Hall, 44 Main 
Heynemann Lionel, 240 Mont- 
gomery 

Jackson P H, 231 First 

Koefoed & Humphreys, 116 

Fiist 
Malter, Lind & Co, 410 California, rm 15 
Milliken W H, 22 California 
Pierce George L, 45 and 46 Merchants' 

Exchange 

Thompson & Evans, no and 

112 Beale 
Upton Wm B, 240 Montgomery 



ENGINES- 

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Linforth James 

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ENGRAVERS 

Armbruster J, 9 Geary 

Boscmi Engraving and Printing Co, Ed- 
ward Bosqui mgr, 523 Clay and 518 
( lommercia] 

Brady Dav d, 230 Fourth 

Britton & Rey (Joseph Britton 
and J -l Rey) 5*J5 Commercial 

Chamberlain & Ingalsbe, 

120 Sutter 
COOn IVI F fw 1) 529 Commercial 

Currier Amos l"3 Stockton 
Day Thomas -l, !<*:'. Montgi mery 



Judson Powder Improved 



For RAILROAO and BANK Blasting. 
Baiidiiruin, Nielsen .V <'<>., Af;ts., 9. F. 



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Eitner Rudolf, 320 Sansome 

Gihoa Th03 & Son (Thos and Geo H) 

109 Montgomery 
Giller Charles, 402 Montgomery 
Goldsmith Edwin S, 26 Montgomery 
Harris W N, 126 Kearny 

Hoffman C & Co (Gottieib and 

Charles Hoffman) 60S and 610 Sacra- 
mento „ ,, t ^ r\ 

Hull & Simmons (W C Hull and G O 

Simmons* 436 Montgomery 
Johnson & Schule (F Johnson and i A 

Schule) 5 Post . 

Kautfuss Frederick C, 606 

Mission 
Kehrlein Emil, 112 Sutter 

Klumpp H J, also die sinker > 37 

Post 
Klumpp Wm, 235 Kearny, rm 10 
Kuner Albert- 701 Montgomery 

MacCabe & Co (R s MacCabe) 

611 Merchant 

Oliver H & Co, 535 Clay 

Oliver Wm F, 640 Clay 

Pages J F, 64S Sacramento 

Patten Chas S, 41 1^ California 

Patterson William, 430 Kearny 

Pollhammer A, 323 Kearny 

Riedy ChaS C (wood) 432 Mont- 
gomery a 

3chenkC&C0(CSchenk and S 

O Holmes), 423 Washington 
Schiller H, 344 Kearny _ 

Schmidt Label and Litho- 
graphic CO, 17 and 19 Main 
Schultze Emil, 39 Sutter 
ThOrS Sam. 503 California 
Tonks Joshua, 614 Merchant 
Van Vleck TJurbin,-432 Montgomery 
Weed C L, mgr San Francisco Engrav- 
ing Co, 405 Kearny 
Wilson Maria E Miss, 120 Sutter 
Wood Geo M & Co, 211 Sutter 



Masons' and Builders', John Riley 8ec, 
314 Montgomery 

Merchants' Exchange Association, Jo- 
seph M Shotwell sec, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Leidesdorff 

Pacific Stock, 314 Montgomery 

Public Produce and Min- 
ing. J J Green president, A b Mc- 
Grew secretary, 411^ California 

San Francisco Clearing House, Chas 
Sleeper mgr, 21 1 Sansome 

San Francisco Produce, W H Walker 
sec, 4^5 California 

San Francisco Stock and Exchange 
Board. 327 Pine 

Stock and Bond, 22 Merchants' Exchange 



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Irvin Edwin Si agent comhination 
lett< r shest and euVdlope, 13 Sansome 

EXCHANGES 
Board of Trade, 202 Market 

Chamber of Commerce, Merchants' Ex 



Anderson G W & Co, 331 East 
Armstrong's, James T> Smalley propr, 

3 Commercial 
Brown Charles, NW cor Broadway and 

Dupont 
City Transit Co, 3 Post 
Cowden Bros (J B and J C) (river) 418 

Sacramento 
East Oakland and Mills' Seminary, 331 

East 
Foster Charles & Co, ferry building, 

foot of Market 
Hayward's, Thomas Armstrong propr, 

3 Commercial 
Howard C L (San Rafael) 3 Commercial 
Irvine Jarrett C, 524 Valencia 
Lind A W, 331 East 
McHenry G, SW cor Dupont and 

Geary 
McHenry Jas, 1200 Maiket 
Merchant's Overland, C M Smith mgr, 

436 Montgomery 
Northern Pacific Express Co, Alexan- 
der Badlam agt, 407 Montgomery 

Oakland Transfer Co, 2SMar 

kec and i>62 Broadway, Oakland 

Overland Freight Transfer 

CO. ns King bet Fourth and Fifth 
Pierce E C, 20 California 
Porter Henry A, 539 Market 
Rogers' Mission, cor California and Bat- 
tery 
Slattery James (Mission) 3006 Sixteenth 
Smith Chas M, 436 Montgomery 
Staudard, O G Scott mgr, 30!) East 
I Vallejo and San Francisco, 10 Bush 

Wells, Fargo & Co's. John J 

Valentine general manager ard vice- 
j president, E M Cooper general super- 
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John Wiemore; Office, 133 Spear St. 
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Whitney & Co's, Max Popper and M A 
Cahn proprs, 3 and 5 Commercial 

Willard Lorenzo C, cor Third and Mis- 
sion 

Wright Henry, 1525 Polk 

FANCY GOODS-IMPORT 
ERS 

Ackerman, Block & Co, 15 Front 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 

Bauer Bros & Co, 547 and 519 Market 
Buyer & Reich (C Buyer and L Reich) 

126 and 128 Sansome 
Cobliner Bros (J and S) 543 Market 
Davis BrOS (Andrew M and Percy 

L) 419 Kearny and 718-722 Market 
Frankenthal, Bachman & Co (Jacob 

Frankenthal, Leopold Bachman, and 

Simon Kohn) 121 Battery 
Hoffman & Co, 17 and 19 Battery 
Jones E H & Co (E B Jones, Daniel 

McLeod, and Alex Johnston, New 

York) 535 Market 

Mendelson Bros (S and J) also 

importers Chinese and Japanese silks, 

36 California 
Schweitzer, Sachs & Co (B Schweitzer, 

Lippmann and Samuel Sachs Jr) 29-33 

Sansome 
Stevenson & Longwill, 537 Market 
Weil & Woodleaf (M T Weil) NE cor 

Market and Sansome 

FANCY GOODS-RETAIL. 

Abrahamson Guv, 130 Kearny 

Alvord M Mrs, 1219 Pacific 

Anderson Kate Mrs, 2740 Sixteenth 

Apple Sarah Mrs, 305 Hayes 

Asmussen W A Mrs, 401 Eighth 

Astbury John, 164 Ninth 

Barman Rebecca, 124 Fifth 

Becker Sophie Mrs, 427 Third 

Black well Sarah B Mrs, 108 Seventh 

Boch R Mrs, 21 15 Fillmore 

Bonner & Co (W J B mner) 125 Fifth 

Bynes S A, 2130 Fillmore 

Caro Louis, 236 Fifth 

Castagnetto Giovanni, 1234 Dupont 

Cohan Morris D, 959^ Mission 

DaVIS BrOS, 419 Kearny and 718- 

722 Market 
DeCourcy M Mrs, 2941 Sixteenth 
Ehrlioh Herman, 225 Sixth 
Fortriede Henry, 1 S Post 

Cilgar Martin, 972| Folsom 

Glass Marcus, 324 Sixteenth 
Goldschmidt N, 46Si Sixth 
Goldsmith Simon, 250 Third 

Cordon E Auguste, 622 Market 

Gradwohl Esther Mrs, 208 Sixteenth 
Gray M Mrs, 414J Sixth 



Green Chas H, 540 Sixteenth 
Hahn A C Mrs, 124 Kearny 
Halverson S Mrs, 12*15 Valencia 

Hartman S & Bros (Sol and Morris) 36 

Kearny 
HolldrotfM, 619 Post 
Honigsberger Clara, 625 Larkin 
Jacobs H Mrs & Co, 22 Sixth 
Jacobs S & Son (S and Charles S) 40S 

Kearny 
Jurgensen M Mrs, 422 Third 
Kehoe Kate Miss, 720 Brannan 
Kellner Myer, 306 Sixth 
Kerr Edward, 2047 and 2049 Mission 
Kohlberg & Co, 143 Post 

Kohnky J Mrs, cor Church and 

Twenty-fourth 
KrembSer AugUSt, manufact- 
urer in plush and leather, 112 Sutter 
Kuhl H Mrs, 215 O'Farrell 
Labanca Louis, 1410 Dupont 
Lange L A, 2542 Folsom 
Laski B L, 519 Hayes 
Lazarus Pauline Mrs, 1128 Folsom 
Lazarus Samuel, 1235 Stockton 
Leon J V & Co (J V Leon and Aaron 

Loeb) 204 Fifth 
Leroy E Mme, 121 Sutter 
Levin Mary Mrs, 1524 Polk 
Licht Louis Mrs, 145 Second 
Lowther F Mrs, 306 Fifth 
Magee Ann Mrs, 1155 Folsom 
Mansbach E & Co (E Mansbach) 26 and 

28 Kearny 
Marks Louis, 18 Sixth 
Mather A C Mrs, 619 McAllister 
Mathews M Mrs, 1637 Mission 
McArdle J Mrs, 404 Folsom 
McCulloch Emma, 2000 Pine 
McGee Thomas Mrs, 1155 Folsom 
McKenzie James Mrs, 117 Eighth 
McMahon Catherine Mrs, 1205 Folsom 
Meyer L & A (Louis and Allie) 226 

Kearny 
Moran J M, 45 and 47 Sixth 
Nelson F E Mrs, NW cor Hyde and 

Green 
Newmau & Freud (Banj Newman and 

Isador Freud) 1027 Stockton 

Newman & Levinson, 123 

Kearny 
O'Banion & Christopherson (D P O'Ban- 
ion and L B Christopherson) 652 Mar- 
ket 
Pasquale B, 967 Howard 
Pate Henrietta Mrs, 239 Eighth 
People's Bazaar, B Gost propr, 135 

Fourth 
Perguy John F, 909 Eighteenth 
Posener Herman, 232 Kearny 
Quinn John C„ 1503 Polk 
Salomon C Mrs, 903 Larkia 
Sharp J V, 116" Ninth 



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VAN WllVKXR & CO, 

413-415 Market St. 



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Smithson Bethulia, 414 Geary 
St Jullien E, 629£ Union 
Stoddard J, 408^ Sixth 
Vanbeibber T C, 1305 Polk 
Vetter H Mrs, 511 Bryant 

Vrachliotti George, 1206 

Polk 
Waidman E, 336 Sixth 
Weil Helen, 1016 Larkin 
Weil Henry L, 1016 Larkin 
Whittock C Mrs, cor Railroad ave and 

Dominica 
Wurkheim Max, 617 Larkin 



FEATHER DEALERS 



McCabeOwen, 921 Market 

Westall Joseph, also 

manufactory, 764 Mission 



pillo\ 



FEATHER DUSTERS 
Armes & Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 

Lake & CO (L E Lake) 411 Sacra- 
mento 

Pacific Duster Co, Sam'l Wagner propr, 
412 Commercial 

Unna Jacob, 157 and 159 New Mont- 
gomery 



FEED MILLS 

Hinz & Plageman, 120 Mission 
Laumeister C S, 203-207 Mission 



FELTING 

McDearmOn W, agent Salaman- 
der Feltiug Co, 402 Montgomery 

ftflerrell I L, proprietor Felting and 
Paint (Jo, 316 Townsend 

Neuval Francis N, 420 Jack- 
son 

Perine N P, 28 New Montgom- 
ery 

FERRIES 

Alameda Ferry, foot Market 
Berkeley Ferry, foot Merchant 
Oak'and Creek Itoure Ferry, foot Mar- 
ket 
Oakland Ferry, foot Market 
San Quentin Ferry, foot Clay 
Saucelito Ferry, foot Clay 

S P C R R Ferry, foot of Mar- 
ket 



FERTILIZERS 

California Bone Meal and Fertilizer 

Company, 200 California 
Lambert Wm P, St Thomas nr Railroad 

ave, South S F 



FILE MAKERS 

Doble Abner, 13and 15 Fremont 

Hunter Edge Tool Co, 105 

Fremont 

Pacific Saw Manufactur- 
ing Co, 17 and 19 Fremont 

Ridgeway Bros, 9 and 1 1 Hill 

San Francisco Tool Co, 11-17 Stevenson 

Union File Works, A Wolf propr, 1332 
Columbia 



FIRE ALARMS-AUTO 

MATIC 
California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 

Klein John M & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 



FIRE APPARATUS 

California Fire Apparatus Manufactur- 
ing Co, J S Naismith mgr, 211 and 
213 California 

FIREARMS 

(See Guns and Sporting Materials.) 

FIRE BRICK AND TILE. 

Clark N & Sons. 22 Cal ifornia 



1358 &. 1360 MARKET ST. 



FIRE CLAY 

Clark N & Sons, 22 California 



GLADDING,McBEAN8cG0. 

1358 8c 1360 MARKET ST. 



FIRE PATROL 

Underwriters Fire Patrol, Russell White 
captain, 33 Stevenson 



FIRE WORKS 

California Fire Works Co, J B Wooster 
& Co agts, 218 and 220 Front 

Pasquale B, 650 Washington and 961 
Howard 



BARNARD'S 



■ IUMI.\K>iM COLLEttF 
4« <> FA It BELL ST., S. F. 



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FISH, CURED -WHOLE 
SALE 

Anton i E land 2 New CUy Street 
Market 

Whitney C E & Co, 101 and 103 

California 



FISH-RETAIL 

1 and 2 Clay Street 

B, 35 and 36 Mission 

5 New Clay Street 

and 22 Grand 



Anton i E- 

Market 

Beaven D 

Market 

Camilloni C 

Market 
Cardini Victor, 21 

Western Market 
Castagnino Andrew, 1409 Dupont 
Chiappa & Caselli, 500 Merchant 
Domenichini Celeytin>, Railroad ave 

bet Manitoba and D.iminica 
Dowlinc; J, 1 1 Grand Central Market 
Fabris N, 8 Clay Street Market 
Ferrara Salvatore, 39Clay Street Market 
Foster C M & Co (Chas M Foster) 9, 10, 

42 and 44 Centre Market 
Gabrielle & Cuneo (AGabrielle and Chas 

Cuneo) 37 Clay Street Market 
Grondana & Ravano (J Grondana and A 

Ravano) 3 Clay Street Market 
Guedet Edouard F, 141S Stockton 
Gusmani S, 509 Clay 
Hogan Michael, Grand Central Market 
Jaffman Frank, 910 Valencia 
Kessing J H, 7 and S Clay Street Market, 

79 and 80 California Market 
JohnSOn R J, California Market 
Lamb & Son (James and John E) 1134 

Market 
Laviosa L&CO (L Laviosa) 101 

and 102 California Market 
Moore C F, cor Twenty- third and Val- 
encia 
Murray & Co (Wm Murray) 72 and 73 

Centre Market 
Paladin i Achl'lle, 33 and 35 San 

Francisco Market 

Pardini & Co (tf Pardini) 57 and 

59 Centre Market 
PaulUCC'l A &CO(APaulucciand 
A Luisi) cor Eddy and Pierce 

Spence & Johnson (Robert 

Johnson) 92 and 93 California Market 

SpOSitO John, 14 and 15 Clay 
Street Market 

Stepheus & Co (Samuel and Wm Steph- 
ens) 33 and 35 Centre Market 

Stoccutti Silvester. 1 8 New Metropoli- 
tan Ma ket 

Tavolara James, (i New Clay Street 
Market 



Toohey John, 341 Fourth 
Trapani I, 39 Clay Street Market 
Wolff August, 31 San Francisco Market 



E. ANTONI, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Fresh, Smoked, and Salt Fish. 

Game and Poultry Sold on Commission, 

Stalls I and 2 New Clay St. Market, 

509 Merchant Street, San Francisco. 



G. CAMILLONI, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

FRESH AND SALT FISH 

Stall No. 5 Clay St. Market, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



FISH-WHOLESALE 
American FishingCo, Pardini 

& Co proprietors, 500-504 Merchant 
California Neptune Fishing Co, B F 

Buhr agt, 525 Merchant 
Camilloni C> 5 Clay Street Market 
Iiiguglia A, 50b" and 508 Merchant 

Laviosa L & Co, 101 and 102 

California Market 
McCollam Fishing and Trading Co, Geo 

Tashiera mgr, 208 Clay 
Silvestri A, Clay Street Market and 517 

Merchant 



AMERICAN FISHING COMPANY 

Pardini & Co., Proprietors. 



Wholesale 
Dealers in 



Freshed, Smoked 
and Salt 



fish:, 

500, 5©2, 504, 506 Merchant St. 

Bet. Sansome and Montgomery, San Francisco. 
Branch Stall, No. 8 Bay City Market. 



FISHING TACKLE. 

(See Guns and Sporting Materials.) 



FLAGS. 

J M & Co, 



415 



Litchfield 

Montgomery 

Pasquale Benoit. oso Washing 

ton and l J(37 Howard 

FLAVORING EXTRACTS 

Nicholson S #, 1155 Market 
OlCOVJCh BrOS- I- an( l l* Front 



ALL High Explosives 



ARE IMITATIONS OF GIANT POWDER. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.. Gen. Agents, S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



UH-US7 Market Street. Hay, Hide, Hop. Ras, 
Wool, and Ore h ilia PRESSEfc. 



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Rieger Paul & Co (estate of Paul Rieger) 
511 Front 

Washington Manufactur- 
ing CO, 406 and 408 Clay 



FLORISTS AND NURSER 
IES. 

Abraham Charles, 106 Cali- 
fornia Market 

Abraham G, 106 California 

Alphons M Mmc, 645 Broadway 

Bitter John, 413 Waller 

Burgeois — , 1332 California 

Caldwell A Mrs, 430 Geary 

California Rose Co, cor Market and 
Dupont 

Collins J Mrs, 761 Howard 

Culligan J, 706 Turk 

Deasy Jerome Mrs, 736 Mar- 
ket 

Duffy Terrence, 948 Geary 

Duhem August, 121 Sutter 

Foley W T, 2423 Howard 

Fouchy Onesime, 1 322^ Pine 

Fustini Peter, 9 Eddy 

Gallo B & Co (B Gallo and G Podesta) 

246 Sutter 
Gaubert Joseph, 612 California 
Haminon W P, 419Sansome 
Hilbert A, 15 Geary 

Humbrecht Nicholas, 201 

O'Farrell 
Iochner Max, 1215 Geary 
Jones George B, 317 Sutter 
Kahn Sarah Mrs, 716 Washington 
Kisseu Jacob, 4^ Sixth 
Kruger & Winslow (Mary Kruger and 

Mina Winslow) 715 Mission 
Labataille J, 14 Sixth 
Labhard Jean, 2614 Geary 
Leopold C M & Co (Chas M Leopold and 

Robert J Sheridan) 35 Post 
Louideck Mary Mrs, 1204 Stockton 
Meherin Thomas, 5 1 6 Battery 
Melde Henry, 160 San Bruno road 
Meyer Wm & Co (Wm Meyer, Albert 

Debicke and James Bell) 339 Bush 

and 1 105 Sutter 
Nepe Chas Henry, NE cor Sutter and 

Tierce 
Nespoli & Ferrari (J Nespoli and C 

Ferrari) 1202 Polk 
O'Brien James, 797 Mission 
Patterson William, propr Golden Acre 

Nursery, San Bruno road opp Fif- 
teenth ave 

Pottet Henri & Co, 14 Sixth 

PouyalJohn, 1211 Polk 
Quentin Victor, 533 Valencia 
Robertson & Forsyth (Wm Robertson 
and John Forsyth) 50 Centre Market 



Schoener Jul, 31 Dupont 

Serp James, 31 Geary 

Servel, Jacquemet & Devrieze (F Servel, 

J Jacquemet and J Devrieze) 105 

Sixth and 25 Fourth 

Sievers John H, 25 Post 

Speoht A Mrs, 613 Washington 
Wackenreuder Vitus, 146 San Bruno 

road 
Welspiel Jacob, 117 Sutter 



HENRI POTTET & CO. 

No. 14 Sixth Street, San Francisco. 



Bouquets and Flowers always on hand. Decora- 
tions attended to. Baskets, Wreaths, Crosses 
aad Garlands promptly made to order. 
Nursery cor. 21st & Alabama Sts 



FLOUR MILLS 

Benicia, Sol Wangenheim & Co agts, 
SE cor Sacramento and Davis 

Buckeye Mill Co (Marysville) James Mc- 
Williams agt, 18 California 

Capitol, Deming, Palmer & Co, 202 and 
204 Davis 

Del Monte Milling Company, T J Par- 
sons pres and mgr, cor Second and 
Brannan 

Dohrmann & Co (A Dohrmann and H 
Wangenheim) cor Washington and 
Drumm 

Eisen Brothers (f t Eisen) 

proprietors Pioneer and Alta Flour 
Mills, 12-16 Stevenson 

Ellis M C & Son, 29 Merchants' Ex- 
change 

Genesee, Henry Coubrough & Co proprs, 
713-719 Sansome 

Golden Age Mill Co, P A Campbell 
pres, 717-721 Battery 

Golden Gate, Horace Davis & Co proprs, 
41-49 First 

Knight's Ferry Manufact- 
uring Company, C F 

Burnham president, F T Brandon 

secretary, office 420 California 
Laumeister, C S Laumeister propr, 203- 

207 Mission 
Mokelumne, S D Rogers agent, 

124 California 
National, J Martenstein & Co, SW cor 

Battery and Pacific 
Pioneer and Alta, Eisen Bros 

proprietors, 12-16 Stevenson 
Pioneer Mill Co (Sacramento) James 

McWilliams agt, 18 California 
Rogers S D, agent Mokelumne 

Flour Mills, 124 California 
Scott H H, 205 and 207 Battery 



ST. DAVIDS, 



190 Rooms, 715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. Single rooms 60 
-ents ppr eight Daily papers on file. Hot baths free. 



ROSEWOOD, LIGNUM-VIT/E. BOXWOOD. 



JOH\ WIfiMORF, 

133 Spear Street, S. F. 



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Sheridan Anchor Roller 

Horace H Scott agent, 205 aud 207 
Battery 

Sperry & CO, S W Sperry presi- 
dent, A B Sperry secretary, propri- 
etors Sperry's Flour Mills, Stockton, 
office 22 California 

SplivalO C R&CO, proprietors 
Yosemite Flour Mills and Italian 
Paste Co, 415 Battery 

Starr & Co, A D Starr pres, H M A 
Miller sec, proprs Starr Mills, South 
Vallejo and Wheatport, office 16 Cal- 
ifornia 

Stockton Milling Co, propri- 
etors Crown Flouring Mills, Sigmund 
Schwabacher president, G V De 
Lorme secretary, 319 California 

Yolo, Hinz & Plageman proprs, NE 
cor Mission and Main 

YOSeiTlite, Q R Splivalo & Co pro- 
prietors, 10d6 Bryant 

FLOUR MILL FUR 
NISHERS 

All iS E P & CO (E P Allis, John 
K Cross and A Hallett) cor First and 
Mission 

Kryger H H, 4 California 

Wagner Jos & Co, 105 and 107 

Mission 



FLOWER POTS 
Clark N & Sons, 22 California 

Clawson L, 1310 Market and 914 Kearny 



GlADDING,McBEAN&CO. 

1358 & I36Q MARKET ST. 



FLOWERS-PRE 
SERVED 

Cotter J E Mrs, 1155 Howard 



FLOWERS AND FEATH- 
ERS. 

Addison John, 1417 Polk 
Balny A J, 9 Post and 60S Market 
Barle A Mrs (ostrich) 724^ Market 
Coehring A, 913 Mission 
Hall S R Mrs, 916 Market 

Harrison B Mrs (ostrich) 12s 

Eddy 

McClunie Wl Mrs, 222 Post 

Sahlein M J, 1006 Market 

Spencer John C, 1024 Market 

Ullinan Daniel, 1010 Market 



Wiener AdOlph, importer flow- 
ers, feathers, ornaments and millinery 
539 Market 



FOUNDRIES 

(See Brass Foundries; also Iron Foun- 
dries. ) 



FOUNDRY FACINGS 
Elliot Martha A Mrs, Henry 

Simms manager, 41 Fremont 



FRINGES AND TASSELS 

Colombat A Mrs, 108 O'Farrell 
Ettiuger M, 105 Post 
Fromm & Schaefer, 543 Market 
Pacific Fringe Manufactory, Thompson 
& Auerbach, 751 Market 



FRUITS AND VEGETA 
BLES-RETAIL 

Abramovich Bros (Drago and John) 

1501 Polk 
Abramovich & Co (J Abramovich and 

M Rostovich) 1654 Polk 
Abrams Henry, 238 Fourth 
Ahlenfield Morris D, 103i Fifth 
Andrea M, 911 Bryant 
Andrearata & Lavezzo, 51 1| Fourth 
Annag Nicholas, 600 Leavenworth 
Ansbro J unes, 3036 Sixteenth 
Arata & Ragsio (S Arata and D Raggio) 

801 and 803 Bush 

Aronsohn & Kestel, 3 Sixth 

Arrighi S, 1611 Geary 
Bacigalupi L, 416 Fourth 
Bacigalupi Tomaso, 1322 Kearny 
Baldocchi G & Co (G Baldocchi) 130S, 

1310 and 1332 Dupont 
Barberri Stephen, 214 Third 
Barry Mathew B, SE cor Railroad ave 

and Falkland 

BarsantiC 326 Fifth 

Barsi P B, 534 Sixteenth 

Barsotti B & Co ( B Barsotti and F Ragg- 

hianti) 114 Hayes 
Barsuglia Charles & Co, 1325 Stockton 
Beluey Geo, 1222 and 1224 Polk 
Bianson David W, 119 Ninth 
Bisord P, Fifteenth nr Folsom 
Borel F, 87 Ninth 
B >rtano Antonio, 1524 Stockton 
Brewer Adolph F, 1201^ Folsom 
Brickett John, 204 Powell 
Brophy Bros (T and W) 240 Ninth 
Brown Richard, 1120 Howard 
BrOWn & WellS (W H Brown 
and W F Wells) 30 and 31 Cali- 
fornia Market 



Cr« 



IC './AW IA/IW1/IC 9 PR 413-415 market St. IRON, STEEIi, All 
. 0. VAN YYIIiMl & UU., Kind* Blacksmiths' Materials, HEAVY HARDWARE. 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic ESffiSSiSS 



and Barbers. 



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Burns & Herrschaft (T A Burns and 
C Herrschaft) 1 1 Seventh 

Burroughs W H, SE cor Bush and Devis- 
adero 

Cagnacci Guilliamo, 1517 and 1519 Bu- 
chanan 

Camarinos D G, 433 \ Sutter 

Campbell Sarah Mrs, 211 Sixth 

Carbrae & Munro (David 

Carbrae and Thomas A Munro) 920 

Valencia 
Carey Mrs, 490 Eighth 
Carloni Joseph, 13 Valencia 
Carmelo Patane, 112 Montgomery ave 
Caro Samuel, 43 Third 
Carosio Angelo, 611 and 613 Mont- 
gomery ave 
Casassa Augustino & Celle Domenico, 

NW cor Powell and Vallejo 
Catechi John, 204 Second 
Catis Nicholas, 6 Mason 
Cella A,NWcor Washington and Powell 
Chelini Lazzara, 528 Third 
Chepernich L, SE cor Clay and Stockton 
Cheyne Robert, 140 First 
Chiappa Riccardo, 707 Broadway 
Chiline & Rossi, 332 Sixth 
Chretien Jules, S\V cor Geary and 

Mason 
Ciagini R, 757 Brannan 
Claudianos & Co, SE cor Turk and 

Taylor 
Cohen A Mrs, 910 Larkin 
Collins Daniel, 211 Twenty-fourth 
Coolidge Henry C, 55 Fifth 
Cuneo Walter, SE cor Pine and Du- 

pont 
Curran Thomas, 19 New Metropol- 
itan Market 
Curtoni & Metrovich (F D Curtoni and 

M L Metrovich) NE cor Turk and 

Larkin 
Dak in William, 1037 Howard 
Dalpino Amato & Co (Amato Dalpino 

and Angelo Baldocchi) 1514 Dupont 
Dastugue Gabriel, 7 and 9 Pacific 

Fruit Market 
Deitzler Geo W, 220 Sansome 
Delpino G, 405 Folsom 
Demartini John, 303 and 305 Fourth 
Demartini Luigi, SE cor Filbert and 

Stockton 
Desimone Bros, 702 Valencia 
Desimone Felix, 2505 Mission and cor 

Eighteenth and Valencia 
Devoto Antone, SW cor Powell and 

Green 
Devoto & Brichetto (M Devoto and L 

Brichetto) 127 Third 
Dey G P, S09 Market 
Dini M, 240^ Fifth 
Doherty T, 402 Sixth 
DuntOtl O E, 933| Market 
Elliott & Co (E J Elliott) 509 Sansome 



Fava Amadeo, 1136 Folsom 
Fawcett S & Co (Steve Fawcett) 69 Cen- 
tre Market 
Fazzi Riccardo, 1107 Howard 
Fitzpatrick A M Mrs, 119 Ninth 
Forster George, 324 Broadway 
Foster & Dolan (J A Foster and 

J Dolan) 2764 Mission 
Franceschini & Bro (Victor and August) 

521 Geary 
Frank B& Co (Baptiste Frank and Y M 

Le Roux) 2238 Mission 
Fromhein J, 56 Second 
Frugoli F, 239 O'Farrell 
Galli E, SW cor Yerba Buena and Clay 
Galli G, 200 Sixteenth 
Galli H, 1502 Folsom 
Galli Paolo, 601 Post 
Galli S & Co (S and L Galli) 303 Hayes 
Galliano Tomaso, NW cor Union and 

Mason 
George Peter, 1228 Stockton 
GiannelliD, 911 Bryant 
Gianni Domenico, 1817^ Powell 
Giannotti L, 209^ Second 
Giltillan & Hohenschild (J C Gilfillan 

and Geo Hohenschild) 33, 34, 45 and 

46 California Market 
Golden John, NE cor Sixteenth and 

Dolores 
Gosland William, 1604 Market 
Graham John, SW cor Twentieth and 

Shotwell 
Hachmeister Chas, 418 Third • 
Hart Thomas, 2940 Mission 

Hawaiian Banana Depot, 

R Tucker agent, 427 Front 
Hayes Joseph P, 105 Ninth 
Heffernan Henry, 504 Ninth 

Henry LM& CO, 33 and 34 Cali- 
fornia Market 

Hippmann & Schussler (Rudolph Hipp- 
mann and Adolph Schussler) 21 Cali- 
fornia Market 

Holiday Margaret, 1719 Market 

Horn F C, Mission Market 

Hungaret F, 127 Sixth 

Imbraghia J, 1 1 Powell 

Imes A, 1151 Mission 

Iuselmann H, 435 Third 

lvancovich J & Co, 500 Washington 

Johnson Chas A & Co, 18 Grand Cen- 
tral Market 

Kaler James, NE cor Larkin and Pacific 

Kirchner Henry, 2120 Mission 

Kreiss Louis, 328 Sutter 

Kritzky J A, 4 Clay Street Market 

Kurtz Andrew, SE cor Twenty-third 
and Folsom 

Label Henry, SE cor Taylor and O'Far- 
rell 

Lacatchi Apostolo, SE cor Ellis and 
Taylor 

Lacumber Peter, 2851 Mission 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, ■ 



314 SPEAR 

Street, S. F. 



Micoll the Tailor, 



MlO Market Street. Send for Samples anA 
Bales for Self-measurement— Sent Free. 



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Lagomarsiao C, 1907 Geary 

Lalaune Charles, 502 Valencia 

Lalich Lazar, 911 Kearnv 

Lambert William, w s Steiner nr Union 

Landucci M & Co (M Landucci) 715 

Montgomery ave 
Laugeri Anna Mrs, SE cor Fifteenth 

and Mission 
Lavagnino L, 104 Fourth 
Lavenzzo & Arata (P Lavenzzo and 

Andrea Arata) 51 H Fourth 
Lehman Louis, 626 McAllister 
Leroy A D, 46 Seventh 
Leuci Vincenzo, 1702 Leavenworth 

Levaggi & Barbieri, SE cor 

Washington and Battery 
Lignitto Luigi, 1819 Union 
Likens Matilda Mrs, 339 Third 
Loewenhayn H & Co, 428 Sansome 
Logarasino & Pasquale, NW cor O'Far- 

rell and Hyde 
Lohmann & Frerechs (Henry Lohmann 

and Martin Frerechs) 154 and 156 

Ninth 
Lucas Henry, 333 \ Golden Gate ave 

Mancuso Margaret Mrs 

846 Valencia 

Marchi & Berta (John Marchi and 
Atilio Berta) 529 Merchant 

Marelli Regolo, 905 Stockton 

Mariotti & Co (Philipp Mariotti) 1318£ 
Pacific 

Martin CeO. 909 Harrison 

Masuer M, 23^5 Mission 

Mau Christian, 2028 Fillmore 

May Catherine E, 204 Ninth 

McCurry James, 124 Seventh 

McMann James, 413 East 

McNab Bros, cor Valencia and Twenty- 
third 

Milan George, NW cor Turk and Steiner 

Morelli C, 801 Stockton 

Morgan Bros (A and G) 616 Market 

Moore Z W & Co (Z W Moore) 37, 38 
and 39 California Market 

Nelson Elizabeth, SE cor Montgomery 
and Vallejo 

Nelson Peter, SE cor Lombard and Ma- 
son 

Nicholas J, 464£ Sixth 

Nichols George, 775 Market 

O'Co.inor Daniel, NW cor Union and 
Hyde 

O'Connor James F, 407 Broadway 

O'Connor Morris, Twenty-eighth lir 
Church 

O'Malley Patrick 2146 Mission 

Oellrich Wm, 2205 Geary 

Onesti & Connor (Giuseppe Onesti and 
John Connor) 501 and 503 Sansome 

Otto Antonio F, NE cor California and 
Fillmore 

Paganini Bros (William and Frank) 357 
Fourth 



Palmer Chas, 142 Eighth 
Paolinelli Augustino, 715 Stockton 
Paoliuelli Raffaele, 1502 Polk 
Parkin & Co (C Parkin and A Seloer) 
1125 Mission 

Paulinelli D & Co. 1237 Pacific 

Pedra James, 217 Fourth 

Pedrotta & Zambelli (J A Pedrotta and 

B E Zambelli) 20J£ Turk 
Pellegrino Pompanin, 1616 Dupont 
Peters Geo S, 2434 Mission 
Pis mi An>:elo, 811 and 927 Larkin 
Podesta & Pierano (Joseph Podesta and 

Luke Pierauo) cor Bush and Dupont 
Pope Bernhard, 1134 Market 
Powers Gilbert, 510 Post 

Presidio Fruit Store, DPaoii- 

nelli& Co proprietors, 1237 Pacific 

Profumo G & Co (Giuseppe Profumo 
and Luis Torre) NW cor Green and 
Dupont 

Reardon John, 521 Sixth 

I'egli Charles, 3262 Mission 

Remmers G T, Railroad ave bet Para- 
guay and Teneriffe 

Riccomi Olento, Kentucky bet Sierra 
and Nevada 

Rinaldo & Ratto (D B Rinaldo and G 
Ratto) 810 Buchanan 

Rostivich & Serovich (Michael Rosti- 
vich and T Serovich) 1654 Polk 

Kovai A, 911 Harrison 

Rovina Henry, 735 Broadway 

Salers B, cor Mason and Ellis 

Salvatore Sabastione, NE cor California 
and Larkin 

Sampson John, 1062 Howard 

Sbeagia Aug, Railroad ave bet Manito- 
ba and Dominica 

Scardiglia S & Co, NE cor Hayes and 
Octavia 

Scatlen Wm, 25 Stockton 

Schmidt Geo F, cor Shotwell and 
Twenty-third 

Schmidt Wm, 1127 Howard 

Seaman & Peterson (Wm Seaman and 
Andrew Peterson) 53 and 54 Centre 
Market 

Searle Henry L, 13 and 14 Centre Mar- 
ket 

Shillaber Joseph, 500 Ellis 

Shillaber & Co, 268 First 

Sire Paul, 114 Dupont 

Slade EM, 1016 Bryant 

Smith Tnomas L, SW cor Battery and 
Washington 

Solari Giovanui, SE cor Greenwich and 
Stockton 

Solari Louis, 306^ Third 

Sposetto Roco, Mission opp Twenty- 
ninth 

Spring G W v 803 Fourth 

SreSOviph L C, 1215 Lagunabet 
Kllis and Eldy 



"W/-\"V>/%V« T?xplosive fok very hard rock and submarine blasting. 

£i DCl S J-i ^Gelatine I Bandmann, Nielsen it Co., General Agents, San Francisco. 



DENNETT JUMP SEATS. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 421-427 Market St 
WH01iKSAL.E ANI> RETAIL. 



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Sturta Anastosia, 940 McAllister 

TardelliRfc Co, 113 Sixth 

Tassovaz & Co (Mark Tassovaz) NE cor 
California and Devisadero 

Tickner Walter, 2S Franklin 

Tocchini Victor, 1318 Polk 

Torri G, N W cor Ellis and Buchanan 

Umansky William, 541 Hayes 

Cngeretti F, 1102 Folsom 

Vaccaro Giovanui, SW cor Union and 
Kearny 

Vacilios & Co, 1648 Mission 

Vannucchi Bernardo, 2201 Pine 

Vannucci Antonio, NW cor Leaven- 
worth and Clay 

Vannucci Emilio, 435 Broadway 

Wheaton WE, 52 1 Third 

White Michael P, SW cor Eleventh and 
Natoma 

Wilson J W, 416 Sixth 

Wilz John & Son (John and Theo) 543 
and 545 Fourth 

Witt Henry, 235 Sixth 

Witt John, Bay City Market, 1134 

Market 
Wood Preston, 13 Fourth 
YateS W (San Lorenzo fruits) 501 

Front 
Yeazell Andrew H, SE cor Eddy and 

Pierce 
Zmoviuh Lucas W, 612 Laguna 
Z0lf0G& CO, 130 Fifth 



FRUIT CANNERS- 

(See Hermetically Sealed Goods. ) 



FRUIT DRYERS 

California Fruit Evaporating Co (C 
Rickoff & E Hayden) 818 B ittery 

Linforth James, n<> Front 



JAMES LINFORTH, sole a^ent for Zimmer- 
man Fruit Dryers. Illustrated Catal 'gue on 
application. 116 Front wtre.t't. 



FRUITS-WHOL E S A L E 

(See Merchants — Commission.) 



FUR COMPANIES. 
Alaska Commercial Co 

Lewis Gerstle president,' Max Heil- 
bronner secretary, 310Sans'>me 
West Vancouver Commercial Co, F 
Boncina sec, 438 California 



FUR DEALERS AND FUR- 
RIERS. 

Bertrand Adele Mrs, 635 Sutter 
Froomberg H Mrs, 32 Kearny 



Honig Michael, 821 Market 

Kohn H & Son (Herman and Henry) 

1 1 1 Taylor 
Lachman & Sternfels (Mrs M Lachman 

and B H Sternfels) 129 Montgomery 
Liebes H & Co (Hermann and Isaac 

Liebes and George J Behlow) 111-117 

Montgomery 
Lofstad John N, 813 and 920 Market 
Marx H & Co (Henry Marx and J H 

Marr) 941 Market aDd 329 Sansome 
Mllller Fred P, 127 Kearny 
Scheukert E, 40^ Geary 
Schroeder Emil & Co, 505 Front 
SlQSS Louis & CO, 310 Sansome 
Sullivan Patrick J, 760 Brannan 
Windmiller Morris, 104 Kearny 



FURNACES-HEATING. 
Tay Ceorge H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



FURNISHED ROOMS- 

(See Lodgings.) 



FURNISHI N G GOODS- 
GENTS' 

Asher T A, 303 Dupont 

Baxter Wm J & Co, 1038 Market 

Beamish Percy, SE cor Third and 

Market 
Black R M, 209 Montgomery 
Boris Lambert, 218 Montgomery ave 
Brenner & Levy (L and G Brenner and 

S J Levy) 6 Battery 
BullOCk & Jones (J L Jones) 

105 Montgomery 
Carmany John W, 25 Kearny 
Carmichael J A, 1224 Market 
Carroll & Tilton (Jas Carroll and Wm 

H Tilton) 873 Market 
Conkling C W, 620 Market 
Coon & Co (J H and D W Coon, H C 

Statzell and F F Peabody) 518 Market 
Copper Frank, 436 Kearny 
David RL' Broadway 
Dunn Henry L & Bro (Henry L and 

ThosL) 1108 Market 
Eagleson & Co (J G and R Eagleson) 4 

and 6 Kearny 
Elias Morris, 422 Third 
Fechheimer & McBoyle (C S and B C 

Fechheimer and George McBoyle) 

706-720 Kearny 
Figel Joseph, 211 Montgomery 
Fisher Brothers (Oscar and George) 158 

Third 
Godfrey W A H, 101 and 103 Second 
Goldsmith S, 250 Third 



MORETTI & TREZZIM, Fresco Painters, 



Phelan 
Building. 



John Wigmore, HARDWOOD LUMBER. 129 to 147 Spear St. 



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Goldttone Mitchel, 4 Battery 

Hahn Robert C, 100S Market 

Happ Marcus, 22.) Fourth 

Happ Morris, 93i) Market 

Hart M, 400 and 402 Kearny and 

112 Montgomery 
Hess & Irving (Henry H>ss and Samuel 

Irving) 219 Montgomery 
Hirsch Bros (Joseph and Leopold) 225£ 

Montgomery ave 
Joseph BrOS» 2 - 9 Montgomery 
Keilner M, 306 Sixth 
Klein E, 13 Pine 
Kozminsky H, 104| Clay 
Landsberg E G, 2054 Mission 
Levey Charles, 424 Kearny 
Levy Julius, 617 Kearny 
Lindacher Peter, 34 Montgomery 
LltChfleld JM& CO,415 Mont 

gomery 
Lubin S C, 611 Montgomery 
Luchozynski F Mrs, 38 Sacramento 
Magnin I, 116 and 144 Third 
Marks Louis, 18 Sixth 
Markus Louis, 313 Dupont 
Meyer Louis, 513 Kearny 
Mrtes Edwin, 312 Sixth 
Morgan Bros (George W and Alfred) 

218 Montgomery 
Neff Henry C, 1016 Market 
O'Hanlon James & Co, 719 Montgomery 

and 10 Montsomery ave 
Orr& Atkins "(John K Orr and R C 

Atkins) 123 and 125 Montgomery 
Popper S, 235 Kearny 

Reilly LM 1062 Foisom 

Reinstein Wm, 411 Kearny 

Robinson Isaac, 122 Third 

Roman Samuel, 106 Hayes 

Koos Bros (Adolphe, H and Achille) 31- 
37 Kearny 

Schafer & CO (John F and Her- 
man H Schafer) 11 Montgomery 

Schoenfeld Adolph, 106 Third 

Scheib I, 725 Fourth 

Schwartz Morris, 104 Third 

Seiler Herman S, 506 Kearny 

Selig Isaac, 21 S Kearny 

Seman Israel, 614 Fourth 

Simon Isidore, 639 Kearny 

Steam Men's Furnishing 

COOdS Factory, 03car G-reene- 
baummanager, 1047 and 1049i Market 

Stein C, 417 Pacific 

Vaudoren George W, 506 Montgomery 
ave and 1505 Stockton 

Wilson Robert, 2514 Mission 



FURNISHING GOODS 
LADIES'. 

Brown T P S, 2129 Mission 
Goldschmidt Nathan, 468£ Sixth 



Schonwasser B & Co (Mrs 

Bertha and Emil G Schonwasser and 
Max Davis) 134 Post 
Spiro I, 809 Larkin 



FURNISHING GOODS- 
WHOLESALE. 

Alexander S O & Co (S O Alexander and 

A Marcus) 2 Battery 
Cohen W & Co (Wm Cohen, Leopold 

Hirsch and A B Block) 13 and 15 

Battery 
Eagleson & Co (J G and R Eagleson) 

414 Market 
Franklin M & Bro (Marcus and Joseph) 

22 and 24 Battery 
Greenebaum, Weil & Michels (M Greene- 

baum, L and N Weil and L Michels) 

17 and 19 Sansome 

Greenebaum & Deutsch 

(O Greenebaum and E Deutsch) 1047 

and 1049 Market 
Heynemann & Co (M H Heynemann, 

Arthur Eloesser and E M Pissis) 113 

and 115 Pine 
Kraker & Israel, 521 Market 
Levy M & CO (Marcus and Morris 

Levy) IS and 20 Battery 
Meyerstein & Lowenberg (L Meyerstein 

and I Lowenberu) 109 Sansome 
Neustadter Bros (Henry, Jacob H and 

David Neustadter, Isaac Oppenheimer 

and Sigmund Feuchtwanger) 133 and 

135 Pine 
Sheyer M & Bro (Moses Sheyer) 324 

and 326 Sansome 

Weil, Baerfc Co (D and J Weil 

and L Baer) 217 aud 219 Pine 



FURNITURE AND BED 
DING 

Frank H, 212-216 Commercial 



Established in 1:554. 

HENRY FRANK, 

Wholesale & Retail Manufacturer and Dealer in 

BEDDING, FURNITURE" AND UPHOLSTERY GOODS, 

Spring, Hair, Wool, Moss and Pulu Mattresses, 

212., 214 & 216 Commercial Street. 

Below Front, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Steamers and Vessels promptly fitted up. 



FURNITURE- ARTISTIC 
Fink, Rau & Schindler (C 

C Fink, G_ Kan and A C Schindler) 
manufacturers artistic furniture, up- 
holstery, etfc, 1315 Market 



I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 Perkins' HORSE and MULE SHOES, 
Market St. Globe-Putnam Northwestern Horse Nails 



CTO I T7' C U/AIIIIITPnCUCTin Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
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EDUCATIONAL 
Inter-State Teachers' 

Agency. ™ 7 Thurlow Block, 
SE cor Sutter and Kearny 

ELECTRIC COMPA 

NIES 
Advance Electric Co, 126 

Kearny 

EMPLOYMENT OFFICES 

BorOWSky M & CO. 409 Geary 

California Employment 

Office, J B Mihan & H Jung, 642 
Sacramento 

Hansen C R & Co, no Geary 
Lambla Jules, 10^ Geary 



.1. B. MINHAN. HENRY JUNG. 

California Employment Office 

AND 

GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY. 

642 Sacramento St., near Kearny, San Francisco. 
HOTELS, FAMILIES AND EMPLOYERS 

Of every description promptly supplied with 
the best male and female help, free of charge. 
Real Estate and all kinds of Business Chances 

Bought and Sold on Commission. 
On parle Frangais. Man sprichtDeutsch. 

Telephone No. 1135. 612 Sacramento St 



ENAMELERS- 
Pohlmann & Heiduska, 417 

Kearny 

ENGINEERS - MECAN 
ICAL 

Lochhead J, 222 Steuart 

ENGINEERS— CONSULT 
ING. 

Bowie August J, 217 Sansome 



ENGRAVERS- 

Burnard J Howard, 7 Mont- 
gomery ave 
Dempster Bros, 9 Bond and 

Mission bet Eleventh and Twelfth 
Harrison M C, 527 Commercial 
Joiner John J, 9 Geary 

McKeon Engraving Co, 

W E Smith proprietor, 402 Mont- 
gomery 

Patten & Holstein, 4114 Call- 

fornia 

Pohlmann & Heiduska, 

417 Kearny 
S F Photograving Co, 659 Clay 
Smith W E, 502 Montgomery 

Wood George M & Co, 211 

Sutter 

EXPRESS 

Druckers Hermann, 15 Market 
TitUS H W, agent Wells, Fargo & 

Co 
Union Pacific Transfer Co, 19 Mont- 
gomery 

FANCY GOODS 

Burt is R W, 41 and 43 Second 

Davis Bros, Bergmann & 

CO, 10-16 Sutter 
Schultz E & Co, 540 California 

FEATHER DEALERS. 

Jansen Alex, 593 and 595 Mission 

FEED MILLS 

Eider, Sommers & Co, 22 Steuart 

FLORISTS AND NURS- 
ERIES. 

Gerget Leopold, French, cor Franklin 
and Greenwich 

Vaughan J C, 42 LaSalle, Chica- 
go, 111 



FLORISTS' SEEDS AND BULBS, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 

We import and supply all this class of stock in quantity. Write for 
Catalogues. J. C. VAUGHAN, 42 LaSalle St., CHICAGO. 



FLOUR 
Scott Horace H, 210 and 212 

Battery 

FOREIGN STAMPS 

Brunt & Fisher, 515 Bush 

FOUNDRIES 

California Foundry, Frank Bradez 
propr, 211 Main 



FREIGHTERS 

Kivell James, agt Bay and River 
Freighting Tug Boat Towing, SW cor 
Mission and Steuart 

FRINGE FACTORY. 

Goldstein Bros, 769 Market 

FRUIT. 

Cale J W, 427 and 429 Front 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, £&£%£ 



limni I TUC Till nD SI* Market St., S. F. Send for Samples of Hew 
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California Fruit Union (The) 

Horatio P Livermore president, 507 
Montgomery, rms 13 and 14 

Hawaiian Banana Depot, 

R Tucker proprietor, 524 and 526 
Sansome 
Meade Geo W & Co, 16 and 18 Drumm 
Speggia A, Railroad ave bet Manitoba 

and Dominica, South S F 
Tucker Ruben, wholesale bana- 
nas, 524 and 526 Sansome 

FUR DEALERS AND 
FURRIERS 

Honig M, 1057 Market 
Reimel F H, 837* Market 

FURNISHING GOODS- 
GENTS 

Lanzet L, 30 Steuart 

ROOS BrOS, 31-37 Kearny 

Weil M & T & Co, 113 Battery 

FURNITURE 
Blum, Eppstein & Co, 126 

Kearny 
Emanuel L & E, 725 Market 
Indianapolis Manufacturing Co, 642 

and 644 Mission 
Krelling Bros, 534 and 536 Market 

Weintraub D P, 2015 Mission 
GAS FIXTURES 

Delger E F> 1151 Broadway, Oak- 
land, Cal 

GENERAL MERCHAN 
DISE 

Hare Charles, 237 Spear 

GLASSWARE 

Hyman Bros (D and A I) 326 Pine 
Swain R A & Co, 16 Post 

GLOVES 

Lippitt, Leak & CO, 106 Battery 

GOLD LEAF. 
Dorety Joseph H, 529 Com- 

GRAPHITE MANUFACT 
URING CO. 

Pacific Graphite Manufacturing Co, Jas 
O Rountree & Sons agents, 13 Pine 

GROCERS. 

Buck J J» 233 Second 

Goetjen & Woebke, NE cor Fourth and 

Bryant 
Harttje F,NE cor Chattanooga and 

Twenty-second 

Hooper & Jennings, 323 and 

325 Market 



Hughes & McDonald, in:: 

Howard 

Jackson Stephen, 40 Third 
HAIR-HUMAN 

Dessat Ant, 511 Kearny 
Orfila P V & Co, 331 Kearny 

HAIR JEWELRY AND 

PRESERVED FLOW 

ERS 

LutZ Katie Mrs, 126 Kearny, 
rm 37 

HARDWARE 
Bennett Brothers, 31 Sixth 

Campbell Murdoch, 7 Steuart 
Chetwood J T, 1109 Market 
French & Linforth (F M French and E 
W Linforth) 116 Front 

Osborn & Alexander (F F 

Osborn and Geo W Alexander) 628 
Market 
StetSOn J B, 235 Market 

HARDWOOD LUMBER 

Allen Frank H, 18 and 20 Spear 
Holt BrOS, 30 and 32 Main 
Straut W E & CO, NW cor Sac 

ramento and Drumm 

HARNESS AND SAD 
DLERY 

Main & Winchester, 214-220 Battery 

Platshek& Harris, 3i4and3i6 

Battery 

HOSIERY 

Crandall T P & Co, 103 Batte ry 



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Hospital for Children and Training 
School for Nurses, Mrs W B Har- 
rington pres, 221 Thirteenth, J F 
Merrill sec, 1732 Washington 

HOTELS 

Cercke'S, Geo Kneese proprietor, 

NE cor Green and Battery 

Cilleran Jas, 905 Market 

Harbor View, R Herman pro- 
prietor, cor Baker and Tonquin 

Harmony, Hintz & Buck proprie- 
tors, 735 Braanan 

Helvetia, Steiner & Gamma pro- 
prietors, 431 and 433 Pine 

Nucleus, Mrs H Chamberlain pro- 
prietress, cor Third and Market 

St George, Albert Englehardt pro 
prietor, 812 Kearny 

Siegfried's, Wilhelm Reinccke propr, 
etor, 228-Bush £^ 

WindSQr, James Gilleran propri- 
etor SW cor Market and Fifth 



DYNAMITE, 



or Clant Powder. 
Explosive. 



The Only Reliable High 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co.* General Agents, S.T. 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



Darkens <Jray or Sandy Hair 
and Whiskers t« Perfection. 



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FURNITURE MANU- 
FACTURERS- 

Andrews C N, 574 Brannan 

Becker & Dillmann (Otto J 

Becker and George Dillmann) Union 
Furniture Factory, 560 Brannan 

B <>|ier Furniture Manu- 
facturing Company, Will- 
iam and Joseph Kreling proprietors, 
525-533 Fifth, office NW cor Turk 
aud Taylor 

California Furniture Manufacturing Co, 
N P Cole pres, B P Moore sec, 220- 
226 Bush 

Davies Llewellyn, n Channel 

Erdiu Theodore, .San Bruno road nr 

Fifteenth ave 
Frank H W, 214 Commercial 
Frei Andrew, 231 and 239 King 
Friedrichs & Gereke (H Friedrichs and 

W Gercke) Berry bet Third and 

Fourth 
FuchS & Euler (Geo Fuchs and 

H >nry Euler Ji) 543-547 Fifth 
Gallagher Wm R, 707 Market 
Granz H, s s Brannan nr Sixth 

Heney William J & Co, 18-22 

' Ellis 



Heywood Bros & Co, S W Fuller mgr, 
659 Mission 

Hughes William C, 520 Fifth 

Indianapolis Furniture Company, Woll- 
pert & Schwerdt proprs, 750 Mission 

Indianapolis Manufacturing Co, F Rent- 
schler mgr, 160 New Montgomery 

Johnson Anthony, 724 Bryant 

Klemm Chas, 518 Fifth 

Kragen & Geist (S Kragen and W Geist) 

736 Brannan 
Luchsinger & Bill (Geo H Luchsinger 

and Conrad Bill) 31 Eddy 
New England Furniture Company (Jo- 
seph Jacobs) 10S-112 Ellis 
Pacific Spring and Mattress Co (W A 

Clark, H Black and A L Pringle) 25 

and 27 New Montgomery 
Plum Chas M & CO, 641 and 

643 Market 
Snyder & Reichling (George Snyder and 

C Reichling) 574 and 576 Brannan 

Sterling Furnishing Co, h 

A Moore president, C F Haskell sec- 
retary, 18 and 20 Sutter 
Stuart Thomas, 775 Folsom 
Taussig Phillip, 10m Howard 
West Coast Furniture Co, L & E 

Emanuel proprs, office 432 Fourth 




[Established in 1854. 



HENRY FRANK, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail 
Dealer in 

Bedding 

FURNITURE, 

Upholstery GOODS, 

Spring, Hair, Moss, Wool, and Pulu 

MATTRESSES, 

212, 214, 216 

Commercial Street, 

Below Front, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Steamers and Vessels Promptly fitted Dp 



CHARLES KLJEMlVr, 

Manufacturer of 

PARLOR FURNITURE FRAMES, PATENT BED LOUNGES, 

SOFA BEDS, ETC. 
No. 518 FIFTH STREET, 

Between Bryant and Brannan Streets, San Francisco. 



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Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St, 



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NEW ENGLAND 

FURNITURE 

Manufacturing Company, 

70S, no and 112 Ellis Street, 

Near Powell, only one block from Market Strest, diagonally opposite from Bald- 
win Hotel, Sau Francisco. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

FURNITURE, MATTRESSES,etc. 



A FULL ASSORTMENT OF 



All 



Parlor Suits, Lounges, Ea*y Chairs, etc., on hand and made to order. 
Upholstered Goods manufactured on the premises. 

Walnut Marble Top Chamber Suits of 7 pieces, as low as §40 each, all complete, 
Pine Sets of 7piects, complete, .$20. # 

Country Orders from Dealers and others solicited. 

JOSEPH JACOBS, Secretary and Treasurer 
ALONZO C. DOF. President. 



FURNITURE-NEW AND 

SECOND-HAND. 
Herzog L, 9S4| Folsom 



L. HERZOG, 

New ana Seconi-Hani Furniture 

BOUGHT AND SOLD, 

93ii Folsom St., near Sixth, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



FURNITURE-RE TAIL- 

Addler Edward, cor Paraguay and Rail- 
road ave 

Andrews C N- 574 Braanan 

Aronson Abraham, 407 and 409 Hayes 
and 13J0 and 1322 Stockton 

Bare Bros (Gustav, Edward and Solo- 
mon) 300-30S Hayes 

Ba--ch Samuel, 140 Fourth 

Bium E, 710 Montgomery 

Bean Wesly P, 1734 Market 

Beck J, 504^ .Sixth 

Behlow Win, 208 Post 

Berdan & Co (N L B^rdan) 1131 Mission 



Bernard & Pouzadoux (J Bernard and 

L Pouzadoux) 312 Sutter 
Bernstein E, 990 Folsom 
Bernstein Morris A, 843 and 845 Market 
Best John, 27 LeMesdorff 
Bird J W, 3238 Mission 

Boedefeld John (new and sec- 

ond-liaiid) 1015 Folsom 
B >ero Pedro, 146 Ninth 
Bollinger F, 409 Sixth 
Bonaeina J M, 622 Washington and 17 

Montgomery ave 
Bowcher J, 228 Stockton 
Bower S M, 1320 Polk 
Burr Folding Bed Co (Geo H Fuller and 

W G Jobson) 603 Market 
Capen & Co (W F Capeu) 314 Hayes 
Carls n C I, 223 Fourth 
Carr Peter .1, 2i01 Mission 

Chadbourne F S & Co (F s 

Chadbournu) 741 Market 
Clark Hawkins, SE cor California and 

Spring 
Cohn Reuben, 953 and 957i Folsom and 

1028 Howard 
Connelly & Borle (Jas Connelly 

and Louis Borle) 719 Market 
Delmonte Giacomo, 610 Vallejo 
Denian Paul, 436 Broadway 

Doyle Daniel P, 214 Fourth 



Judson Powder Improved B^n^S^^ni co^a^'Tf: 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



421-427 Market Street, Wole Airents for 
ttederick's Perpetual HAY PRESSES. 



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Egan & Co (Richard J Egan) 741 Mission 

EttlingerS, 10 i 6 Howard 

Farrar B P, 1126 Howard and 1555- 

1559 Market 
Favilla C & Co (Cherubino Favilla) 1431 

Dupont 
Fay ThOS P (second-hand) 937 Fol- 

som 
Feig Alexander, 151 Third 
Fetsch Jacob, 271 First 
Fischer Sigmond, 113 Third 
Frank Henry > 212-21 6 Commercial 
Fraasoni Luigi, 1518 Stockton 
FtlChS <k Elller (Geo Fuchs and H 

Euler) also cabinet works, 543-547 

Fifth 
Fuller George H, 63S Mission 
Giusto F, 510 Grove 
Grabo & Johnson (C F Grabo and Fred- 
erick Johnson) NE cor Pacific and 

Leavenworth 
Gruman S M, 807 Market 
Haynert C, ,214 Stockton 

Heney Wm J & Co, also car- 
pets, 18-22 Ellis 
Henry Samuel, 1008 Howard 
HerZOg L 9S4.J Folsom 
Hislop RobertC, 424 Hayes 
HOey John, 718 Mission 
Horlur John E, 2013 Fillmore 
Hufschmidt F, 655 Market 

Hughes Wm J, 520 Fifth 

Hunter B C, 1518 Polk 

Hurst & Dore (D Hurst and E R Dore) 

225-231 Sixteenth 
Hyman Morris, 606 Broadway 
Jacobs Joseph (wholesale and 

retail) 108 and 110 Ellis 
Jacobs Samuel, 939^ Folsom 

Jansen Alexander, 593 and 

595 Mission SE cor Second 
Kempner J, 1146^ Folsom 
Kit term an James, 1313 Stockton 
Kneass & Co (Edward D Kueass) 29 

Taylor 
Kragen & Garren (L Kragen andM Gar- 

ren) 821 Market 
Ladd D, 1070 Howard 
Laermans Frank, 1626 Polk 
Law son Thomas, 817 and 819 Market 
Levy Aaron N, 853 and 857 Market 
Levy Klizaheth Mrs, 106 Fourth 
Levy E, 786 Folsom 

Lindrum Otto, 1206 and 12U8 Stockton 
Lopez J, 610 Vallejo 
Luchsinger John B & Son, 710 and 718 

Minna 
Lundy David, 829 and 833-837 Market 
Malone James H, 10 and 34 Fourth 
M.trchebout Bros (Auguste and Victor) 

312 Montgomery ave 
Mayo R G, 721 Valencia 



McCabe Hugh, 128 Fourth 
Meek James, 916 Howard 

Miller Joseph A, 1009 Market 

Mills E T, 806 Market 

Mix M, 426 Sixth 

Mo, 'an Joseph R, 1S04 Market 

Nelson Bros (N P and S J) 1059 Mar- 
ket 

Nelson Thomas H, 132 and 136 Fourth 

Pe irlman J M, 25 Turk 

Pepper H C, 241 Third 

Plum C M & CO (Chas M Plum) 
641 and 643 Market, branch and 
factory 2004 Market 

Raicevich Antonio, 1005 Valencia 

Raicevich Sparro, 37 Taylor 

Ransch S, 327 Third 

Rennert Fred, 26 Seventh 

Roberts Augustus H, 119-123 Second 

Robrecht Anton, 826 Pacific 

Rose J J, 1046 Howard 

Rosenthal J, 110 and 1 12 Fourth 

Shattuck Ann Mrs, 872 Folsom 

Simon Joseph, 1226 Stockton 

Switzer & Jacobs (S C Switzer and J 
Jacobs) 720 Mission 

TaUSSig Phillip, 1042^ Howard 

Urry Daniel B, 155 Third 

Walcom George, 109 Stockton 

Werling Jacob, 1 1 32 York 

Wilson John H B, 777 and 777^ Mission 

Wolf Abram, 2006 P. ,1k 

Wood Hugh, 677 Mission 



F. S. CHADB0URNE& CO., 

Furniture & Upholstery 

741 to 745 Market Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



FURNITURE WARS 
HOUSES. 

Pierce J M, 735 Market 
Rooney T H, 722 Mission 

Windel Henri & Co, 310 stock- 
ton 



FUSE- 

California Fuse Association, Jas B Mer- 
ritt mgr, 35 Market 

Eagle Safety Fuse, John 

Skinker agent, 256 Market 
Eva James, California Fuse Works, 

cor Fourteenth and Channel 
San Francisco Fuse Manufacturing Co, 

John Rodda, 507 California 



ST. DAVID'S. 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, S. F. Price per night, 60 
cents, 75 cents, and $1; per week, from #2 upwards. 



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Skinker John, Eagle Fuse Works, 

25b' Market 
Toy, Bickford & Co, J B Merritt agt, 35 

Market 



GALVANIZED IRON 

Holbrook, Merrill & Stetson, 225-239 

Market 
Lee John & CO, 34 Main 

Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 
Selby Thomas H& Co, 218 and 220 Mis- 
sion 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



GAME- 

(See Poultry and Game. ) 



GARDENERS 

Burgeois — , 1332 California 
Dauvillier Justin, 1S28 Bush 
Hextell Thomas, 101 Montgomery Block 
Iochner Max & Co (Max Iochner) 1215 

Geary 
Lantheaume John P, 2321 Mission 



GARDENS. 

Germania Gardens, Erie bet Howard 
and Mission 

Harbor View Park, NW cor Baker and 
Jefferson 

Seaside Gardens, P H Hink propr, SE 
cor Baker and Jefferson 

South San Francisco Gardens, railroad 
ave bet Corea and Mariposa 

Woodward's Gardens, Mission bet Thir- 
teenth and Fourteenth 



GAS COMPANIES 

Central Gas Light Co (The) A D Sharon 
pres and G D Newhall sec, 16 Mont- 
gomery ave 

Oakland Gas, Light and Heat Co, 
Joseph G Eastland pres, John A Brit- 
ton sec and L Eastland supt, 604 
Commercial 

San Francisco Cas Light 

Co, JB Crockett president and en- 
gineer and Wm G Barrett secretary 
and treasurer, office cor First and Na- 
toma 
Stockton Gas Light and Heat Co (Jo- 
seph G and Alfred J Eastland) 604 
Commercial 



GAS FIXTURES 

Bush .& Mallett (H T Bush and 
J H Mallett Jr) 34 Geary 

Day Thomas & Co, 122 and 124 

Sutter 
Goger Chas, 221 Dupont 
Kemp John H, agent Cowleshaw, 

Nieol & Co, New York, 14 Phelan 

Block 

McNally Lawrence, 526 Cali- 
fornia 

Nye A F & CO (A F Nye) import- 
ers and dealers, 609 and 611 Market 
Prior James K, 1128 Market 



BUSH & MALLETT, 

IMPORTERS. 

©AS FHfllllS 

Of every description, wholesale and retail. 

No. 34 GEARY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



GAS MACHINES 

Fassett W & Co (W Fassett) 413 Mont- 
gomery 

Gas Consumers' Association, Dr J D 
Whitney pres and W O Ludovici sec, 
110^ Sutter 

Pacific Cas Improvement Co, Albert 
Miller pres, J M Livingston sec, 841 
Market 



GAS PIPE. 
Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

GAS STOVES. 

Curtis & Condy (Thomas Curtis and 

William Condy) 1503 Market 
Wiester & Co, 17 New Montgomery 

GLtlSS- 

(See Crockery and Glassware; also 
Plate and Wi.id.w Glas... 



GLASS AND STONE SEAL 

ENGRAVERS- 
Kaulfuss Frederick C, 606 

Mission 

GLASS CLEANERS. 

Kahn M & C6 (M Kahn) 209 Post 



S. VAN WINKLE * CO., 



413-415 

Market St. 



IRON, STEEL, ETC. 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic Z?L£m55£ 



and Barbers. 



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GLASS CUTTERS 

California Class Bending 
and Cutting Works S E 

Hopper proprietor, 39^ Fremont 
Dinniene J H, 108 Main 
Hopper S E, proprietor California 

Glass Bending and Cutting Works, 

394 Fremont 
Mallon John, 19 Fremont 
McCarthy James, 10 Stevenson 

Warren W H, 997 Market 



GLASS STAINERS 
Blum, Eppstein & Co (Robt 

Blum and Sam Eppstein) also imita- 
tion, 126 Kearny 

Hoist William, 145 Valencia 

Hopper S E. proprietor California 
Glass Bending and Cutting Works, 
394 Fremont 

Kaulfuss Frederick C 606 

Mission 
Madon John, 19 Fremont and 1213 
Howard 

GLASS~W0RKS 

San Francisco and Pacific Glass Works, 
Carlton Newman pres, King nr 4th 

Warren W H, Embossed Glasi 
Works, 997 Market 



Warren's Eirtssei Glass Worts, 

997 Market Street, Cor. 6th. 

SAN FRA.XCISCO. 



Awarded the 

Highest and only 

Medal on Embossed Glass at^ 

(late Mechanics' Institute Fair' 

(\ Also Gold Medal Awarded 
^At Crystal Palace, London, 
England, August 6, ' 
1884. 



GLASSWARE 

(See also Crockery and Glassware.) 

Campbell, Jones & Co a 

Hall & Son agents, ft <0 Market 

Evans Thos & Co, a i Hail 

Son agents, 530 Market 
Overacre P l> 123 California 



GLAZIERS 

Battalora P, 1419 Dupont 
Casper S, 1060 Howard 
Charles H, 739 McAllister 
Cohen Wm, 2107 California 
Grossman M, 517 California 
Katz Chas, 531 Sacramento 
Mayer M, 716 Washington 
Serensky Joseph, 2240 Mission 



GLOVE 



MANUFACTUR- 
ERS 



Asche T Henry, 10 Geary 

Berber & Bernauer (M Berger and A 

Bernauer) 506 Market 
Blumeuthal B & Co (B Blumenthal, P N 

Aronson, A Galland and S Baruch) 

18 and 20 Battery 
Bruml S, proprietor Pacific Glove 

Works, 107 Battery 
Busby Fred H, 412 Market 
Clark PtobtC, 119 Dupont 
Conklin F G & Co (F G Conklin) 585 

Market 
Drew A A & CO, Modesto 
luman William M, 31 Third 

Lippitt, Leak & Co (Philip Lip 

pitt, Mon Leak and John Fulton) 22 
Sutter, factory Mission bet Twenty- 
seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Morrissey Mary Ann, 39 Fifth 
Muser BrOS, 541 Market 

Pacific Clove Works, s Bruml 

proprietor, ]U7 Battery 
Shoenberg & Co (HShoenberg) 210 Pine 
Williams George, 53 Second 

GLUE MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Holje Martin, cor Venezuela and B, 

San Francisco Clue 

Works, Winters, Martin & Co 
proprietors, cor Santa Clara and Wis- 



GOLD AND SILVER RE- 
FINERIES. 

Selby Smelting and Lead 

CO. 416 Montgomery . 
U S Mint, NW cor Fifth and Mission 



GOLD PEN MANUFACT 
URERS 

Baptis John H, 344 Kearny 
Pearce H D, 19 Montgomery 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., Mfrs, BOXES of every Variety, 



314 NPEAB 
Street, 8. F. 



Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St. 



Samples of SEW 



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JOHN H. BAPTIS, 




Manufacturers of Gold Pens, 

344 Kearny St., San Francisco. 
Gold Pens Repointed and Pencil Cases Repaired. 



GOLD, SILVER AND 
NICKEL PLATERS 

Becht George J, agent James W Tufts' 
soda apparatus and silver-plated 
ware, and Horsford's acid phosphate 
platers, 122 and 124 Market 

California Electrical 

\Vorks> 35 Market 
Denniston E C, 653 and 655 

Mission 



Schulz & Fischer (Win Schuiz 

and E A Fischer) also importers of 

silver plated ware and table cutlery, 

513 Market 
Shopman W E, proprietor Pacific 

Gold, Silver and Nickel Plating 

Works, 103 Geary 
Spink & Son (James A, Samuel P Sr 

and Samuel P Jr) 7 Fuurth 
Zante Daniel, 190 Jessie 

GRAIN BROKERS 

(See Brokers — Grain.) 

GRAINERS. 

Donlevy A, 122 Golden Gate ave 
Fletcher John, 52 Second 
Lemon James H, 317 Sutter 
McDowell T W, 1412 Stockton 
Schotield Charles, lOSi Jessie 

Sheridan Thomas, 2i5Seventh 



COLD, SILVER, 

AND 

NICKEL PLATING 



SILVER PLATED 

Amalgamating Plates, 

FOR SAVING GOLD. 



San Francisco Plating Works 

655 MISSION STREET, 

E. G. DENNISTON, Proprietor. 



T. SHERIDAN. 

GRAINER and MARBLER 

Residence, 215 Seventh Street 

Between Howard and Folsom, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



Ekelund Eric, 

Crimm & Nolan (C w Grimm 

and J H Nolan) .San Francisco Nov- 
elty Works. 21 Stevenson 
Keating & Fagan (Edward Keating and 
Chris Fagan) C57 Mission 

Klein John M & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 
IVIartell John, 623 Sacramento 
Newman James & Co, 202 Post 

Particelli Angelo, 16 Golden 

Gate ave, factory 720 Bryant m 
Fourth 

Releur EE 

San Francisco Novelty 

VVorkS, Grimm & Nolan pro- 
prietors, 21 Stevenson 

San Francisco Plating 

Wc rk.S. E ( * Denniston proprietor, 
653 and 055 Mission 
Schaezlem R, 13 and 19 Trinity 



GRAPHITE 
Allen James a 

Rouutree James O & Sons (James O, 
James O Jr, Wm G, and Walter E) 
agents Pacific Graphite Manufactur- 
ing Co, 116 Front 

GRATES, PARLOR-MAN- 
UFACTURERS. 

Golden State and Miners' 
Iron Works, 237 bust 

Keeler Heman, t> Mew Montgomery 

Tay George H & Co, 014-618 

Battery 

GROCERY-RETAIL 

Aiders Wm, 500 Sixth 

Ahrens Wilkin, SW cor Sixteenth and 

Folsom 
Ahrens & Sbattuck (N Ahrens and O J 

Shattuck) NW cor Second and Minna 
Aiken & Kopp (J H Aiken and L Kopp) 

NW cor Fifth and Folsom 
Albert Marc-us, 335 Fourth 
Albright H B. 535 Hayes 
Ainme Henry, 12:5 Stockton 



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Anderson & Co, cor Twenty-ninth and 

Sanchez 
Anglasay Thos, 713 Bran nan 
Appiarius F W, SW cor Post and Lar- 

km 
Athearn & Co (C G and J H Athearn) 

54 and 56 Steuart 
Atzeroth Bros (Frederick and Henry) 

cor Eddy and Buchanan 
Augustin & Schlueter (B F Augustin 

and Louis Schlueter) S VV cor Fillmore 

and Pine 
Ayres Sarah, 5-11 Montgomery ave 
Bahrt Martin, SE cor Twelfth and Fol- 

som 
Baker I M, 102 Eddy 
Baker Jacob H, 114b" Market 
Ball Alfred, 660 Twentieth 
Baminanu D, 219 Fourth 
Barner Louis, 153 Ninth 
Barner Wm, cor Mission Street road 

and Sickles ave 
Barnes E H, 432 and 434 Brannan 
Barry Jeremiah, cor Twenty -eighth and 

Dolores 
Barry Patrick, 138 Fifth 
Barry Peter, cor Solano and Minnesota 
Bassigaano P F, 410 Folsom 
Bateman Hannah Mrs, 62^ West Mis- 
sion 
Baun Catherine, 921 Eighteenth 

Beck Ceo F, 226 Fifth 

Becker BrOS (Charles, Henry, 
Dick and John) SE cor Sutter and 
Taylor, SE cor Sutter and Leaven- 
worth, and SE cor Turk and Larkin 

Becker & Co (John Becker and Chas 
B.)hling) SE cor Geary and Larkin 

Beckman J & Bro (John and William) 
NW cor Greenwich and Taylor 

Beckmann & Stelling (Mrs William and 
Chas Stelling) SW cor Fifteenth and 
Mission 

Beerhoff & Schoenholz (S Beerhoff and 
M Schoenholz) 1919 Fillmore 

Beister William, 925 Sacramento 

Bellmer Fred, 1135^ Harrison 

Bendel Louis, 1601 Turk 

B^necke H D, 520 Broadway 

Bensen Henry, cor Sixth and Bryant 

Beretta & Co (Angelo Beretta and John 
Bullotte) NW cor Sacramento and 
Steiuer 

Bergin M W, NE cor Harrison and 
Bitch 

Bertram J, 219* Eleventh 

Beverseu Bros (Martin and Carseu) 570 
Mission 

Bi-lenberg Peter H, NE cor Harrison 
and Beale 

Biester Wm, SE cor Sacrajnento and 
Prospect place 

Billings D R & Co (David R Billings 
and G E Cook) 1311 Stockton 



Blakely Calvin, 3021 Mission 

Blanker Henry, NE cor Fremont and 

Folsom 
Blohme John, N W cor Sutter and Polk 
Blohme & Leffniaun (John Blohme and 

Louis Leffmaiin) 217 Second 
Blumeuthal H M, 420 and 422 Davis 
Bode Frederick, 19 Hinckley 
Bode & Knief, SE cor Mason and Vallejo 
Boedefeld Wm, 1115 Folsom 
Boedeker Hermann, SE cor Green and 

Kearny 
Boehrer John, 815 Harrison 
Boggan Owen, 1938 Bush 
Bohen Patrick, 140 Minna 
Bohlmann Herman, NW cor Polk and 

Hayes 
Borrman J C. NW cor Howard 

and Eighth 
Boschen Nicholas, 109 Fifth 
BOSe AugUSt, cor Harrison and 

Oak Grove ave 
Bose Chas M, cor Natoma and Mary 
Bose Richard H, 170 Minth 
Bose & Jurgens (F Bose and R Jurgens) 

731 and 733 Brannan 
Botcher Albert, 500 Fell 
Bowe Wm H, cor El Dorado andPotrero 

ave 
Brady J J, 230 E-'ghth 
Brady Peter, 39 1J Ninth 
Braley K Mrs, 445 Clementina 
Brandt Otto, 1033 Valencia 
Bremer John H, NE cor Vallejo and 

Lirkin 
Brennan Thomas, cor Twenty -third and 

Mission 
Brou er Hermann, NW cor Vallejo and 

Dupont 
Brickwedel John, SW cor North Point 

and Larkin 
Brignoli Lucia & Co (Lucia Brignoli and 

Faust E Mascheritii) 7 IS Greenwich 
Brodieu E Mrs, 457 Tehama 
Brosnan M Mrs, 109 Shipley 
Brown Moses, cor Church and Twenty- 
seventh 
Brown & Clark (W W Brown and H D 

Clark) 519 Post 
Browning A, NE cor Jackson and 

Leavenworth 

Browning; John, also liquors, 

cor .Nineteenth and Mission 
Broyer Alexander, SW corSansome and 

Greenwich 
Broyer John, 20 Frederick and 623 Sec- 
ond 
Brumund & Schutte (John Brumund 
and Diedrich Schutte} SE cor Six- 
teenth and Albion ave 
Bruns Caesar, NW cor Third and Berry 
Bruns & Bros (John and George Bruns 
and John Stimke) SE cor Sixteenth 
a ri d Mission 



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ROSEWOOD, LIGN JM-VITJE , BOXWOOD. 



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Bruse Christian, cor Pacific and Leaven- 
worth and SW cor Ellis and Laguna 
Buck C W, S\V cor Polk and Pine 
Buck John J, 231 and 233 Second 
Buckley James, 430^ Tehama 
Bullwinkel HE, 1019 Pacific 
Bunger Christian. 1000 Bush 
Burck M, 1900 Ellis 
Burke C, 313 Seventh 
Burke Hannah Mrs, 349 Minna 
Burmeister & Mehrtens (Alrich Bur- 
meister and August Mehrtens) NW 
cor Califarnia and Leavenworth 
Burns Barbara, 922 Howard 
Bush I & Co (I Bush) 427 Davis 
Butler Martin Mrs, NW cor Bryant and 

Tenth 
Butt C C, SW cor Nineteenth and 

Stevenson 
Butt P N, SE cor Sutter and Laguna 
Buttlemann O D, SW cor Mission and 

Twenty-third 
Buxton & Co (Frank Buxton) 137 
Fourth 

Cagney Tim M, 422 Natoma 

Cameron George, 331 Bryant 

Campe Frederick, 218 Fourth 

Carey Maurice, 49 Minna 

Carrigan Mary Agnes Mrs, 3034 Six- 
teenth 

Carroll Bros (Patrick and Thomas) 
123 Third 

Carroll Dennis, 2121 Mission 

Carroll John, cor Mission and Randall 

Carroll Patrick, 157 Minna 

Carson Henry W, 224 First 

Carstensen Julius, NW cor Twenty- 
ninth and Dolores 

Casey Owen, 1038 Bryant 

Castagnetto Pietro, SW 1 " cor Green and 
Dupont 

Caulfield M H. 15S Shipley 

Cavanagh & Meyer (W A Cavanagh and 
H A Meyer) SE cor Thirteenth and 
Mission 

Cereghino R & Co, Mission bet Twenty- 
ninth and Thirtieth 

ChichizOla A, 322 Pacific 

Clark & Keyer, 519 Post 

Clasen John J, S W cor Sutter and Baker 

Claussen C, 912 Bryant 

Claussen & Buttlemann (J H Claussen 
and H E A Buttlemann) NW cor 
Eleventh and Howard 

Cluff Bros (Wdliam and Thomas M) 
40 and 42 Second, 1402 Stockton, 
9 and 1 1 and 409 and 411 Montgomery 
ave and 40 Fourth 

Cluff W B& Co, 19 Sixth 

Cluff & Co, 401 Hayes 

Coburn Wm, 307 Sixth 

Cohan Patrick, 317 Fifth 

Concannon James, 1577 Market 

Connors Luke, 212 Eighth 



Cook D Mrs, 430 Grove 

Constantine Cosma, 3 Vallejo 

Cordes B, SW cor Tweuty -third and 
Valencia 

Cordes Jacob H, SE cor Valencia and 
Twenty-sixth 

Corkery D Murphy, 540 Fulton 

Corkery & Quill (James Corkery and 
Anthony Quill) SW cor Fifth and 
Howard and SE cor Twenty-sixth 
and Alabama 

Cornahrens Herman, NE cor Sixth and 
Howard 

COStellO & CO (James Costello, 
A K Johnson aud Joseph Roberts) 
proprietors Red House, 341 Jessie 

Crampton James, NE cor Eighteenth 
and Dolores 

Creighton Jennie Mrs, 37 Clementina 

Cronan David, 159 Minna 

Crosby Maggie Mrs, 527 Mission 

Cummins Thomas, SW cor Twenty- 
second and Mission 

Cuneo Joseph, 502 Francisco 

Cunneen Arthur, SW cor Filbert and 
Montgomery 

Curley John, SW cor Twenty -second 
and Potrero ave 

Curtan D M, 135 Seventh 

Cur tin Julia B Mrs, 506 i Natoma > 

Curtis W P, 267 East 

Cusack ThOmaS B, 715 Bran- 

nau 
Dahl Christopher, NE cor Greenwich 

and Fillmore 
Dahmel August E, cor Turk and Scott 
Dahinke Fred, cor Berry and Ritch 
Dakiu Wm, 1037 Howard 
Daley Francis R, SE cor Twenty-eighth 

and Alabama 
DaLuz F F, 721 Broadway 
Dannals C W, '825 Valencia 
D'Arcy James, 17 Ritch 
Dasmann & Co (Fredrick W Dasmannj 

New Hayes Valley Market, SW cor 

Laguna and Grove 
Dauscher E J, SW cor Vallejo and 

Leavenworth 
Davico Charles, c >r Wheeler and Jessie 
Deasy Catharine Mrs, 31 7 h Fifth 

Decker Christian, 744 Fourth 

Decker J H, 1031 Hyde 

Decker Richard, NW cor Grove and 
Devisadero 

Dee Thomas, 21 Natoma 

Deely James, 3100 California 

DeLay Bros (E J and C E) SE cor Six- 
teenth and Guerrero 

Deling F, 1061 Folsom 

Denegri G B, 731 Vallejo 

Desmond Daniel, 455 Clementina 

DetelS &-BisCh Off (Martin De 
tels and John A Bischoff) also liquors, 
SE cor Harbison and Main 



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Detgen A H, 722 Harrison 

DeutSCh Joseph, cor Chenery 
and Randall 

Devany John A, 16 Heron 

Dewitt M & Co (M and A W De- 
witt) 221 and 223 Third 

Dewitt & Harris, 216 Sixth and 1073 
Howard 

Dickinson Elizabeth Mrs, cor Leaven- 
worth and California 

Dieckman & Rahlman (H H Dieck- 
man and H F Rahlman) cor Railroad 
ave and Teneriffe 

Diedrichs Herman, 321 Bryant 

Diercks & Von der Hide (H Diercks 
and John Von der Heide) 432 Folsom 

Dieter Philip, 1606 Mission 

Dietrich Charles, SE cor Golden Gate 
ave and Fillmore 

Dillon B Mrs, 509^ Stevenson 

Dimmer Nicholas, 743 Broadway 

Dix & Straub (Casper Dix and Michael 
Straub) NE cor Filbert and Fillmore 

Dolder L F, 642 Jackson 

Donahoe Moses, cor Twenty-second and 
Fair Oaks 

Donahue C J, NW cor Eighth and 
Bryant 

Done J H & Co (J H Done) 1003 Mc- 
Allister 

Donnohue Francis, cor Dolores and 
Duncan 

Donohue James, 116 Seventh 

Dooley Ada, 1715 Jones 

Dooley Patrick, SE c >r Bay and Hyde 

DorgelOh F. NE cor Ninth and 
Mission 

Doscher Henry, SW cor O'Farrell and 
Pierce 

Doscher Henry, cor Michigan and Shasta 

Doscher J D Mrs, cor First and Mission 

Dreyer D, cor Illinois and Napa 

Driscoll Michael, 225 Eighth 

Drolet J A & Co (J A Drolet and J 
Samit) 522 and 524 Broadway 

Drucker John, cor Sixth and Mission 

Druhe John G, SE cor Greenwich and 
Dupont 

Duffey John, 651 Mission 

Duffy Edward, cor Sansome and Vallejo 

Dugan Hugh, 524 First 

Dunning Thos, 253 Clara 

Dunworth Peter, 19 Clinton 

Duveneck Charles B, SE cor Seven- 
teenth and Eureka 

Dwyer John, SW cor Ninteenth and 
Howard 

Dwyer Joseph, cor Church and Valley 

Dwyer M Mrs, 745 Branuan 

Ebbinghausen & Lilienthal (H Ebbing- 
hausen and H Lilienthal) 2442 Mis- 
sion 

Eden & Bucking (M Eden and D Buck- 
ing) NW cor Third and Silver 



Eggers Henry, 223 Brannan 

Eggers H F, SW cor Mason and Jackson 

Ehle H, 1501 Buchanan 

Ehlen John P, 813 Washington 

Ehlers Wiechen, SW cor Vallejo »nd 

Kearny 
Eickhorst Frederick G, NW cor Green- 
wich and Pierce 
Eldredge B G, SE cor Broderick and 

Sacramento 
Enright E P, 1131 Howard 
Enright Margaret Mrs, 317 Polk 
Enright Patrick, SE cor Union and 

Kearny 
Erzgraber & Oesting (Adolph Erzgraber 

and William Oesting) 27 and 108 

California Market 
Espel Bros (Louis and Frank) 2100 

Howard 
Faber Richard, SW cor Bush and Baker 
Fabian Bros (Ernest M and Charles A) 

cor Bush and Franklin. SE cor Polk 

and Turk and NW cor Stockton and 

Filbert 
Fagothey Bros (Frank and Dennis) 200 

Turk 
Fahrenkrug & Co (Wm Fahrenkrug and 

F Otterstedt) NW cor Howard and 

Seventh 
Falk & Simon, 801 and 803 Larkin 
Fanning Thomas, NW cor Mason and 

Green 
Farly Dennis, cor San Bruno road and 

Cortland ave 
Farnum C A & Co (C A Farnum) 1934 

Fillmore 
Farrell James, 453 Natoma 
Faus August, NE cor Twenty-third and 

Folsom 
Fehnemann Minnie, NW cor Larkin 

and Green 
Feldmann John D, NW cor Haight and 

Scott 
Fett Chas, 931 Folsom 
Fice Richard, 1735 Market 
Fichsaw A, 400 McAllister 
Fiebush Marcus, 1401 Octavia 
Fiegeler Herman, 18 Natoma 
Fiel'LouisD, 401 Hyde 
Field C R, 1657 Mission 
Fielitz Wm, 259 Fourth 
Finke Henry, SW cor Post and Baker 
Finn James, 1121 Folsom 
Finnegan John, SE cor Van Ness ave and 

Hayes 
Fisher Frederick, cor Twenty-sixth and 

Sanchez 
Fisher William C, SW cor Chestnut 

and Taylor 
Fitzgerald James, SE cor Harrison and 

Tenth 
Fitzgerald James, NW cor Devisadero 

and Sutter 
Fitzgerald John, 635 Howard 



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Fitzgerald John, 446 Clementina 
Fitzgerald L, 223 Perry 
Fitzgerald Patrick, 560 Mi-sion 
Fitzpatrick Timothy, 36 Fourth 
Fiaehmeyer Christian, 233 Fifth 
Flaherty F A, 1S06 Market 
Foley Edmond, 1315 Montgomery 

Foley James. 1339 Pine 

Foster Ellen, 324 Broadway 

Foster Joseph, NE cor Union and Stock- 
ton 

Franceschiue Francis, cor O'Farrell and 
Jones 

Freeman E A, 1000 Hyde 

French T J & Co (T J French and J T 
Young) cor Mission and Twentieth 

Friedrich Charles G, NW cor Folsom 
and Twentieth 

FriSCh John W, 132 Seventh 

Fritzschen & Mangels (H B Fritzschen 
and John Mangels) cor Mary Lane 
and Berry 

Fromhein Wm, cor Sutter 

and Scott 

Gaerdes John H, 534 First 

Gaerdes & Strycker (Henry Gaerdes and 
Chas Strycker) SW cor Bush and 
Pierce 

Gaestel Joseph, 1016 Kearny 

Gaillard Pierre, 1406 Dupont 

Gallagher Kate Mrs, 10 Boardman place 

Garbariuo James C, NW cor Seven- 
teenth and Capp 

Garcia NieveS. 7 Pinkney place 

Garibaldi Giuseppe, 420 Union 

Gasque Henry F, SW cor Hyde and 
O'Farrell 

Gearty James, 224 Clara 

Ceerkens Nicholas H, 29 

Clementina 
Gehrt Henry, 703 Dupont 
CerhOW Fred, 2 and 4 Mission 
Gil Jin James, NW cor Freelon and Zoe 
Giese Bros (Claus and Jurgen) 230 

Pacific 
Gilbart William, SW cor Union and 

Dupont 
GillonT. 313 Sixth 
GleasonE O, 1233 Market 
Gleason & Stahle, 3 )7 Hayes 
Glootz John P M, 421 Geary 
Glouber M F, SE cor Geary and Web- 
ster 
Godsil T, 71 S^ Brannau 
Goetjen Bros (C and J) 1319 Sacramento 
Goetjen & Woebke (Fabian Goetjen and 

John Woebke) SW cor Sacramento 

and Stockton 
Golder Louis, NW cor Howard and 

Tenth 
Golee Oscar, 997 Bryant 
Goodman Jacob, cor Butte and Kentucky 
Goodwin Chas, 15 and 32 Centre Marke"t 
Gorbam M C, 164 Jessie 



Graham John T, SE cor Twenty-seventh 

and Alabama 
Grahm Mary Mrs, 504 Ninth 
Grant Mary, NE cor Minnaand Fifteenth 
Granuc i Bros (G and A) 1425 Dupoi t 
Greggains Bridget Mrs, 25 Clinton 
Greiuer Frederick, 413 Jones 
Gremke H F, cor Sierra and Georgia 
Groeper JSmil, SW cor Geary and Laguna 
Grote H F Mrs, NE cor Geary and 

Broderick 
Grote John O, cor Seventeenth and 

Church 
Groth CH&CW, 534 O'Farrell 
Groth O, NW cor Webster and Sutter 

Cudehus Frederick, 3l§ 

Duuont 
Gunter August, NW cor Fillmore and 

Hermann 
Haeke Christoph, 810 Sacramento 
Hagen James, 424 Ninth 
Hahn & Bohlman (Fred Halm and E 

Bohlman) 201 Third 

Hanjes Brothers (A f and e H) 

SW cor Taylor and O'FarreH 

Hanlan Welsh, 1042^ Folsom 

Hanna James & Isaac, NE cor Mason 
and Vallejo 

Haunan Benjamin, 1531 Mis-ion „ 

Hans George J, NW cor Chestnut and 
Dupont 

HanSChen P, 716Brannan 

Harditi & Guthrie (John Hardie and 
William Guthrie) 213 Broadway 

Harmon John, 1331 Minna 

Harms Alvin H, 901 Larkin 

Harnnaton Patrick, SE cor Twenty- 
third and York 

Hartje Frederick, NE cor Twenty- 
second and Chattanooga 

Hart Michael, 246 Eighth 

Hartigan Patrick, I6i First 

Hartter Louis, 621 Mission and 120 
Fifth 

Harty Margaret Mrs, 523 Mission 

Harvey Ann Mrs, 117 Ellis 

Hassmer V'alentine, SE cor Powell and 
Washington 

Hastedt Charles, NE cor Clay and 
Stockton 

Hastedt Ferdinand, SE cor Stockton 
and Morton 

Hastedt Frederick W, 210 Stockton 

Hatton & Schumacher, Kentucky bet 
Sierra and Nevada. Potrero 

Hause E M, SW cor Seventh and Jessie 

Hauser John J, NW cor Dupont and 
Filbert 

Hayes B, cor Twenty-sixth and Bartlett 

Hayes Thomas, 438 Third 

Healey Julia Mrs, S32 Eighteenth 

Healy J D, 132 Shipley 

Hearty & Guthrie (John Hearty and 
W L Guthrie) 213 Broadway 



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Heavey B J, 53 Everett 

Heins J D, N VV cor Fremont and Fol- 
som 

Heitmann H H, cor Green and Battery 

Heitmann H H, 400 Pacific 

Jlellberg Henry, 500 Ninth 

Helms John E A, 18 Seventh 

Hempel Herman E, NW cor Sacra- 
mento and Scott 

Heiicken Martin, SW cor Hyde and 
Green 

Henderson ChaS (temperance) 
11)01 and 1903 Bush 

Henry Ralph W, 2837 California 

Hermann, Beyer & Co, cor Mission and 
Gody 

Heuer Alexander, cor Fourth and Ever- 
ett 

Heuer Philip, SW cor Montgomery ave 
and Lombard 

HeyC W, 318 Fifth 

Heyer Albert, 500 Third 
HigginS James. 961f Mission 
Hildebrand William <J, 320 Green 
Hildebraudt & Knop (Carsten Hilde- 

brandt and Elfert Knop) SE cor 

Montgomery and Broadway 

Hillebrand Henry. 1712 Eddy 

Hillebrandt & Co (H and N Hillebrandt) 

SW cor Post and Webster 
Hillen D H, NW cor Pine and Larkin 
Hillibrand Carsten, NW cor Bush and 

Octavia 
Hillman Henry, IS Natoma 

Hinck Henry J, sw cor Polk and 

O'Farrell 
Hinrichs Chaa J, 337 Third 
Hintmann Henry, SW cor Polk and 

Union 
Hoeckele Louis, 341 Eddy 
Hoegemann & Raschen (Julius Hoege- 

mann and Fred Raschen) NE cor 

Eighteenth ami Valencia 
Httehn J P, Twenty-fourth nr Noe 
Hoffacker B J, 3S Seventh 
Hoffman Bros (Deidrich, George and 

Ernest) NW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Church 
Hogan Mike, SE cor Webster and Fell 
Holland John, 737 Brannan 
Holland Joseph, 401 Folsom 
Hoi lings Henry, cor Geary and Mason 
Hollman Henry, 2805-2809 Mission 
Hollman & Siemers, cor Seventeenth 

and Castro 
HolmThos, 330 Sutter 
Ho st Jacob D, 31 Tehama 
Holtmeier Henry, NE cor Filbert and 

Taylor 

Horstmann John. 775 Bryant 

Hosford William, 33(5 Austin 
Hough James J, NW cor Bush and 
Fillni"re 



Humphrey James, 51 6^ Geary 

Hunter Robert P, cor Sanchez and Val- 
ley 

Hurewitz Philip, SW cor Bush and Dev- 
isadero 

Hurley J T, SE cor Grove and Bu- 
chanan 

Hutaff Henry, cor Twentieth and Flor- 
ida 

Hutchins Lemuel W, sw cor 

Twenty-fourth and Bryant 

Hynes Michael, 28 Natoma 

Imgarten William, 1315 Mission 

Irvine Bros (A, J S and W H) 1421 
Stockton 

Israel S, 711 Larkin 

Issendorf C F, NW cor Harrison and 
Fremont 

Jackson Stephen, 40 Third 

Jacobi Albert, 114 Seventh 

Jacobsen Peter, 2019 Mason 

Jacobsen Rudolph, NE cor Filbert and 
Mason 

Jakobs John C, SE cor Jackson and Bu- 
chanan 

James O P, 1 101 McAllister 

Jatho Theodore, NW cor Geeen and 
Kearny 

Johns Thomas, NE cor Haight and Oc- 
tavia 

Johnson Henry, 1045 Howard 

Johnson Martin J, 417 Third 

Johnson Peter, NW cor Twenty-second 

and Howard 
Johnson & Fast (Otto Johnson and 

Adolph Fast) NE cor Bioadway and 

Kearny 
Jonassen & Johansen (J M Jonassen and 

A Johansen) 417 Third 
Joost John & Henry, 13S Third 
Joost John, 600 Second 
Junck C G, SW cor Powell and Clay 
Jurgens D R, SW cor Twenty-first and 

Valencia 
Kaechele & Roller (Michael Kaechele 

and Chas Roller) 439 Fulton 
Kahrs John, SW cor First and Minna 
Kahrs & Hogref (Harry Kahrs and 

Fred Hogref) N W cor Post and Taylor 
Kalvelage & Mueller (Clemens Kalvel- 

age and Jacob Mueller) SW cor Fell 

and Franklin 
Kampe Frederick W, 38 Natoma 
Kane John T, 315 Eighth 
Kaufmann & Feldmann (F Kaufmann 

and J Feldmann) SW cor Fifth and 

Mission 
Kavanagh J J, 327 Tehama 
Kayser Hubert, SE cor Oak and Octavia 
Kearney Brothers (P and D) SE cor Ful- 
ton and Buchanan 
Kearney P F, S E cor Folsom and Ninth 
Kearny Bros, SE cor Fulton and Bu- 
chanan 



ST. DAVID'S 190 Rooms, 



715 Hiward St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No dark 

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Keating Bros (James and David) 1520 

Folsom 
Kehoe Bryen, Holly Park, Mission road 

nr Thirty-first 
Kehoe John W, 123 and 125 Ninth 
Keller Joseph, NE cor Larkin and Union 
Kelley & Hagerty (P Kelley and James 

Hagerty) 241 Fourth 
Kelly John G, SW cor Twenty-fifth and 

Church 
Kelly Peter, 235 Fell 
Kelly William, 316 Eleventh 
Kelting & Ttetjen (Jacob Kelting and 

D W Tietjen) SW cor Washington 

and East 
Kendall & Flitner (F H Kendall and F 

WFlitner) 1134 Market 
Kennedy Dennis, cor Eddy and Pierce 
Kennedy Patrick J, cor Market and 

Taylor 
Kennedy Patrick, cor Twenty-seventh 

and Folsom 
Kenney John, 1406 Pacific 
Kidney Jane Mrs, 648 Second 
Kiel & Schmidt (Bernard Kiel and 

Henry Schmidt) SE cor Sacramento 

and Baker 
King Mrs A, 356 Jessie 
Kirkpatrick Daniel, NW cor Post and 

Mason 
KlagCS AugUSt. 1030 Folsom 
Klein Ernst, NW cor Twenty-second 

and Folsom 
Klunder & Westphal (John Klunder 

and Henry Westphal) 101 and 103 

Jackson 
Klute & StefFens(AKluteandH 

StetfV-ns) 242 Fourth 
Knief & Bode. (Geo E Knief and 

Fred Bode) also wines and liquors, SE 

cor Mason and Vallejo 
Knoche Henry, 423 Third 
Knoop Diedrich, 301 Octavia 
Knuhel & Meyer (John Knubel and Mar- 
tin Meyer) 701 McAllister 
Knust Henry, 300 Fourth 
Koch Edward, cor Polk and Vallejo 
Kodzian Walter, cor Teneriffe and Tom- 

bigbee 
Koerner John N, SE cor Market and 

Pearl 
Kohler John, 1841 Market 
Kohn BrOS (C H and D G) 218 Sec- 
ond and 252 First 
Kohn Henry, 408 Folsom 
Kohrn William G, NVV cor Franklin 

and Page 
Kolkmann Hermann, SE cor Geary and 

Hyde 
Koning Max, SW cor Filbert and Du- 

pont 
Koopman E, 1507 Franklin 
Koster H & Co (Henry Koster and 

P D Bernhard) 700 Bush 



Kostering Chas, 1113 Folsom 

Kramer William D, SW cor Dupont 

and Greenwich 
Krebs Emil, cor Twenty-first and Treat 

ave 
Kreye John L, 150 First 
Kroeger H A, 1600 Polk 
Kroenke H C, 1165 Mission 
Kruger L, Natoma bet Eighth and Ninth 
Kuhlmann Diederich, NW cor Fourth 

and Brannan 
Kurtz A, NE cor Third and Bryant 
Lackmann John, 816 California 
Lafii Lucio, 186 Fourteenth 
Lake Benj, 995 Market 
Lally John, Mission bet Thirty-first 

and Randall 
Lasar Leopold & Son, 1534 Post 
Lawler Francis, 429 Minna 
Lawler Michael H, 411 Fifth 
Lazzareschi Louis, NE cor Eleventh and 

Mission 

Lebenbaum Bros, 215 Sutter 

Lebenbaum S & Co, 1447 Polk 

Lee Susan, NVV cor Tenth and Harrison 

Lehmann C, 813 Larkin 

Lehrke Henry, cor Mariposa and Min- 
nesota 

Leibcher Edward, 1000 Pacific 

Leisen Geary H, NE cor Union and 
Leavenworth 

Leiser John L, 3420 Mission 

Lenormand Bros (Joseph and Leon) 
SW cor Pine and Dupont 

Lessmann Joseph, NE cor Bush and 
Larkin 

I evingston Lazarus J, 1010 Polk 

Levy J, NE cor McAllister and Laguna 

Lincoln, Parkin & Co (Geo H and Gran- 
ville H Lincoln and Chas A Parki i) 
1049 Valencia and SE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Mission 

Lincoln & CO (Geo S Lincoln) 
1801 Polk and' 729 Larkin 

Lincoln & Parkin (G H Lincoln and C 
A Parkin) 2910 Sixteenth 

Lindall Caroline, 1403 Montgomery 

Lindrob John, 335 Tenth 

Lindwall E L, 21 Hinckley 

Linehan John, cor Twenty-third and 
Dolores 

Loch William, 558 Howard 

Loefiier & Hansen's Market (John 
Loetfler and P Hansen) 2115 Howard 

Loftis John, cor Day and Dolores 

Lohmanu & Frerichs (Henry Lohmann 
and Martin Frerichs) 156 and 164 
Ninth 

Lottritc Maria E, cor Sixteenth and 
Randall place 

Ludeman & Adams (John Ludeman 
and J Adams) SE cor Fell and Gough 

Luedersdorff Wm, NE cor Seventh and 
Natoma 



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Luhr William, NW cor Van Ness ave 

and Turk 
Luhrs D, 1061 Golden Gate ave 
LllhrS John, NW cor Broadway 

and Dup nt 
Luna RomulO, 1236 Dupont cor 

Vallejo 
Lynet Martin, 2523 Post 
Lyon Geo A, SW cor Post and Lyon 
Lyons Sabina Mrs, 932 Nineteenth 
Maass John G, SW cor Scott and Bush 
MacDonald Alex D, Grand Arcade Mar- 
ket, Sixth and S W cor Laguna and 
McAllister 
MacDougall J C, 1641 Mission 
Macy William R, 415 Fifth 
Madsen Chas, cor Clipper and Sanchez 
Maguer Bros (W J and D J) 817 Broad- 
way 
Maguire Michael E, 124 Taylor 
Maher Anna Mrs, 442 Twenty-ninth 

Maher Ellen Mrs, **i Jessie 

Maister M E Mrs, 2006^ Mission 
Malley Patrick Mrs, 400 Ninth 
Mangels Bros (H and G) cor Folsom 

and Twenty-fourth 
Mangels Frank, SW cor Market and 

Pearl 
Mangels & Gantner (Hans M C Mangels 

and Henry W Gantner) SW cor Rail- 
road ave and Manitoba 
Mangoin Mary Mrs, 1701 Market 
Manning James J, NE cor Castro and 

Twenty-fourth 
Mans & Staude (A Mans and J Staude) 

815 Pacific 
Mansfield E Mrs, 140 Eighth 
Manterola Jacinto, 740 Broadway 
Marcus Siegfried, 400 Turk 
Mariani Stephen, SE cor Twenty-third 

and Florida 
Marioni G, 144 Eleventh 
Marron Michael A, 401 Third and 332 

and 334 Fourth 
Martin Frerichs, 156 Ninth 
Martin J B, 1500 Folsom 
Marx Bros, SW cor Twenty-third and 

Shotwell 
Mass A W, cor O'Farrell and Mason 
Masterson Wm & Geo, 138 Eighth 
Matteucci & Vannucci (F Matteucci and 

B Vannucci) 124 Pacific 
Mayborg Charles, SW cor Greenwich 

and Powell 
Mayer B & Son, 236 Sixth 
Mayer Philip, NW cor Eleventh and 

Natoma 
McCabe Bernard, 20 Anthony 
McCabe John, 1113 Howard 
McCarthy Catherine Mrs, cor Sanchez 

and Army 
McCarthy John Mrs, 896 Dolores 
McCarthy Timothy, Michigan bet Napa 

and Sierra 



McCauliff Daniel, NW cor Twenty -sec- 
ond and Alabama 
McCooey James, NW cor Minna and 

Fifteenth 
McCOOey Owen, 961 Bryant 
McCormack John, NE cor Golden Gate 

ave and Jones 
McCormick M Mrs, 252 Eighth 
McCormick Patrick, NW cor Sierra and 

Georgia 
McCoy Patrick, SE cor Eighth and 

Howard 
McCreagh Thos, 919 Harrison 
McDermott B F Mrs, 31 Ritch 
McDevitt Daniel, 770 Howard 
McDonald Duncan, 17 Valencia 
McDonald Thomas, Ocean View 
McDougall J C & Co, 1641 Mission 
McElroy & Magner (P J McElroy and 
M Magner) 518 and 520 Fourth and 
422 Sixth 
McGinniss Edward, SW cor Twenty- 
fourth and Alabama 
McGlinchey Michael, NW cor Filbert 

and Taylor 
McGovern P J & Co (Peter J McGov- 

ern) 2925 and 2927 Sixteenth 
McGrath Thos, 138 Shipley 
McGreal Patrick, 5C0 Seventh 
McGuern B Mrs, 336 Main 
McGuire Henry, NE cor Church and 

Duncan 
Mclnerney J J, SE cor Oak and La- 
guna 
Mc Larkey James, N W cor Webster and 

Filbert 
McMurray P, 83 Brady 
McPartland Daniel, NE cor Washing- 
ton and Leavenworth 
McShane John, 1160 Folsom 
McStay L Mrs, 247 Clara 
McSwiggen Edward, Ocean View 
Mehrtens J H & Co (J H Mehrtens and 

E Reinhold) 1645 Polk 
Mehrtens John, 1501 Market 

Mehrtens Richard, 1232 Mis 

sion 
Meierdierks Christian, 416 O'Farrell 
Meisel Herman A, NE cor Union and 

Montgomery 
Meisel H C, NW cor Eighth and 

Minna 
Meisner Gustave, NW cor Nineteenth 

and Guerrero 
Menke Henry, NW cor Francisco and 

Mason 
Mersing John B, NW cor Folsom and 

Eighth 
Merz Wm, SE cor Sutter and Powell 
Messenburg Henry, 34 Jessie 
Meyenborg August, 133 Pacific 
Meyer Charles, SW cor Geary and 

Steiner 
Meyer Charles, 828 Clay 



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Meyer J W, NW cor Broderick 

and Fine 
Meyer M D, Sff cor Geary and Devisa- 

dero 
Meyer & Akmann, 16 Sacramento 
Meyerhof Martin, SE cor Geary and 

Mason 
Michaelis H P, junction Twenty-eighth, 

Valencia and Mission 
Miller Christina Miss, 1306 Polk 
Miller John, 16 Chesley 
Miskell Kate, 1071 Bryant 
Mitchell John, SE cor Twenty-fourth 

an 1 Harrison 
Mitchell Peter, 328 Seventh 
Mitchell & Henke (T F Mitchell and C 

H Henke) NW cor Twenty-fourth 

and Fotrero ave 
Mohlfeldt Louis, 131 O'Farrell 
Mohr & Steffens, NE cor Pacific and 

Polk 
Mohrmann Co (Frederick Mohrniann 

and Nicholas Blanken) 5)1 Broadway 
Molitor Annie Mr*, 217 fifteenth 
Monahan Patrick, 12S2 Folsom 
Monsees Henry, 756 Bryant 
Montgomery Charles, cor Harrison and 

Garden 
Montgomery Charles & Bro (Charles 

and Wm) 227 and 229 Second 
Montgomery & West (Chas Mont- 
gomery and James West) 41 Sixth 
Moore John, 413 Fifth 
Moran Frank, -i22 Fourth 
Mordhorat John C, cor Mission and 

Brook 
Morris Aaron, 725 Montgomery 
Morrisey Ami Mrs, 210 Fifth 
Mulcahy Annie Mrs, cor Butte and 

Bryant ave 
Mulcahy Michael, 141 Second 
Mulcare Patrick, 540 Natoma 
Mulhall Joseph, 1S21 Hyde 
Mnllane M, 446 Natoma 
Mullen Ellen, 327$ Eighth 
Mullins Jeremiah, 1016 Folsom 
Muucey Wm G, SE cor Twenty-second 

and Shotwell 
Murken Martin, 801 Buchanan 

Murphy James, also liquors, 120 

Eighth 
Murphy James, 1410 Folsom 
Murphy John, S W cor Twenty-fifth and 

Columbia 
Murphy R, 311 Seventh 
M irray David, 464J Tehama 
Murray E Mrs, 83 Clementina 
Murray Thos M, 719 Laguna 
Musante Charles, 316 Green 
Muse & Lindemann (C D Muse and Chas 

Lindemann) 14 I Berry 
Minis Henry, SE cor Broadway and 

Mason 



Nachtigall Frederick, cor Post and 

Broderick 
Nail Samuel, 919 Folsom 
Nelson Henry, 344 Bryant 
Nelson H & Co (H Nelson and Andrew 

Faist) NW cor Bryant and Second 
Nelson John, 17 Seventh 
Neueuburg John, NE cor Mason and 

Francisco 

Neumann C, i307Poik 

Neuuaber Henry, cor Eighteenth and 
Shotwell 

Newmann Abraham, 110 Ninth 
Niassen E Mrs, cor Sierra and Indiana 
Nobmann Christopher, SW cor Califor- 
nia and Fillmore 
Nolte August F, cor Taylor and Chest- 
nut 
Nuhrenberg Charles, NW cor Broadway 

and Polk 
O'Brien Jerry, 356 Jessie 
O'Brien Peter, 111 Vallejo 
O'Brien Thomas, 650 Mission 
O'Connell Patrick, 816 Greenwich 
O'Connor James, 217 Mason 
O'Connor J & Co (J O'Connor) 434 

Geary 
O'Connor L, 212 Eighth 
O'Connor Patrick, 416 Stevenson 
O'Connor Richard, 718 Clementina -. 
O'Donnell Michael, w s Seventeenth bet 

Castro and Noe 
O'Leary John, 45 and 47 Ecker 
O'Leary M Mrs, 24S Shipley 
O'Reilev Peter, 155 San Bruno road 
O'Reilly James, 409^ and 411 Third 
O'Shaughnesay James, 1034 Howard 

O'Sullivan Charles, 47S Te 

hama 

Offermann William, NW cor Folsom 
and Tenth 

Ohland John A, cor Twelfth and Fol- 
som 

Oleson & Uddin (A L oieson 

and John N Uddin) 332 Main 
Orlando G, cor Twenty-eighth and 

Church 
Osthoff J H, NE cor Twenty-second and 

Alabama 
Otten Claus, 1427 Octavia 
Otten John, 434 Greenwich 
Otten & Hink (John Otten and Martin 

Hink) NE cor Golden Gate and Scott 
Oulton M, 748 Brannan 
Owens James, 1151 Howard 
Palmer & Barrows, 531 Geary 
Pannick C, cor Platte and Venezuela 
Pape & Risdand (J Pape and A Riss- 

land, 105 St'-ckton 
Patteson Geo W H, NE cor Church 
. and Thirtieth 
Pauii Gustav J, NE cor Greenwich and 

Stockton" 
Paulsen Hermann, 39 Taylor 



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Paulsen John E, also dealer in 

wines, liquors and cigars, 701 Valen 1 

cia 
Paulsen Wm, NW cor Seventh and Mis- 
sion 
Pecht Richard, SW cor Geary and 

Joaes 
Perata Michael, NW cor Dupont and 

Union 
Petersen R, 12 Boardtnan place 
Petteuati Peter, 1028 Kearny 
Petterson Eliza Mrs, 136 Folsom 
Pettijohn E & Co, 107 Seventh 
Philbon J & Son (John and M A) 142 

Page 
Pistolesi August, 7-52 Washington 
Plath John, 1401 Steiner 
Plummer George E, 6 Steuart 
Podesta & Daiidii (Antonio Podestaand 

Andrew Daneri) SH Pacific 
Pohlker John & Co, cor Howard and 

Twenty-sixth 
Pope Jacob H, SW cor Ninth and 

Jessie 
Postil Amandus, 318 and 320 Polk 
Postel John F W, SW cor Sixteenth 

and Howard 
Power Bernard, 1721 1 Jones 
Power John N, 1110 b'olsom 
Powers John, SW cor Hyde and Union 
Powers Nicholas, 551 Howard 
Pracht August, NW cor Union and 

Montgomery 
Prien Henry, SW cor Beale and 

Folsom 
Priest T F, 670 Clementina 
Piydz Louisa, SE cor Green and Mason 
Puckhaber John, cor Teneriffe and Tom- 

bigbee 

Puvogel & Beversen (John 

Puvogel and Henry Beversen) NE cor 

Fourth and Freelon and NW cor 

Sixth and Jensie 
Pyne Edward, SW cor Hyde and 

Brondway 
Quade & Straut, 716 Market 
Quigley Hugh, 130 Shipley 
Quid John, 115 Eighth 
Quirk J, 314 Eighth 
Radke Fred, 225 Polk 
Raschen Lueder, NW cor Third and 

Townsend 
Rathjen & CO (Martin and 

Henry Rathjen) 601 Bush and 629 

Lirkin 

Ratzeburg Wm, SE cor Eighth 

and Bryant 

Reardon A J Mrs, cor San Bruno road 
and Army 

Reddingtou J H & M, 1316 Sacramento 

Reeckmann Amandus, NE cor Fran- 
cisco and Powell 

Regan Bartholomew, 241 Stevenson 



Regan John F, 21 Minna 

Reid Geo W, 450 Sixth and 1131 Pacific 

Reilly B, 137 Shipley 

Reiby James, 1710 Leavenworth 

Rengstnrff & Co (Fred Rengstorff and 
Jacob Both) NE cor Turk and Fill- 
more 

Re Wig F W, NE cor Fifteenth and 
Guerrero 

Richaid.son James, cor Seventeenth and 
Alemany 

Richter Reinhold, 823 Valiejo 

Rick born Fernando, SW cor Oak and 

Goxt^h 

Riechers Frederick W, 601 

Lark in 
Ring Bros (W F and D J) SW cor Polk 

aud Broadway 
Ringe Eibe, cor Kearny and Valiejo 
Riordan Bros (C and R) 269, 446 and 

448 Third 
RistOW John, NW corSan Bruno 

road and Army 
Roach R Mrs. 1180 Harrison 
Robinson & Kuox (Joseph H Robinson 

and Andrew B Knox) 1910 Market 
Roderick J D, 455 Stevenson 
Roiide John, SW cor Taylor and Clay 
Rohlffs C C, SW cor Mission and East 
Rohrs Diedrich, SW cor Clay and Mason 
Rohra John, SW cor Mission and Elev- 
enth 
Romani S& Co (S Romani) 321 Broad- 
way 
Romberg Wm, 730 Bush 
Roouey James, Potrero ave bet Sixteen- 
th aud Eldorado 
Ross Adam, SE cor Pierce and Ellis 
Rothchild Henry, cor Ellis and Powell 
Rouard Joseph, NE cor North Point 

and Larkin 
Rouppal C, 952 Howard 
Rourke Chas, 759 Bryant 
R uncle C H, NW cor Eighteenth and 

Collmgswood 
Russell John E, NW cor Treat ave and 

Twenty-fourth 
Ryan E Mrs, 936 Folsom 
Ryan James, 144 First 
Ryan James W, 117 Fifth 
Ryan Nicholas, 535 Stevenson 
Ryan Thos, NE cor Eighth and Harri- 
son 
Sagehorn Hermann, 520 Union 
Sagehorn John, NE cor Montgomery 
and Green 

Salomon Newman, sw cor 

Geary and Scott 
Saltzer D, 974£ Folsom 
Sammy Geo, NE cor Tyler and Larkin 
Sancken C & Co (C Sancken and A 

Bnrmeister) NE cor Eddy and Steiner 

Sanders Annie, 123 Shipley 

Sandersfeld F T, c«>r Turk and Franklin 



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Sandmann Ernest, 500 First 

Sandvoss A fl, NW cor Webster and 

Ellis 
Sass Marcus, SW cor Eighteenth and 

Noe 
Sbarboro & Co, 531 Washington 

Scalley N S, H49Foisom 

Scheper Carsten, SW cor Fifteenth and 

Capp 
Schiukel Otto, SW cor Bryant and 

Langton 
Schleef John H, SW cor Powell and 

Jackson 
Schleef & Rippe (J H Schleef and J H 

Rippe) NW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Bryant 
Schlesselmann Bros (H and H) SW cor 

Hayes and Polk 
Schlichting & Co, 449 Fifth 
Schloen John, SW cor Polk and Sacra- 
mento 
Schloh Louis, NW cor Mission and 

Seventeenth 
Schmidt Henry, 220 First 

Schottler A & Co (A Schottier 

and John Sullivan) SW cor Montgom- 

mery and Vallejo 
Schrader Chas, 700 Front 
Schriefer D H, 155 Natoma 
Schroder Chas, 601 McAllister 
Schroder H & CO (Herman 

Schroder) 2017 and 2019 Fillmore 
Schroder H & Son (Herman and J H) 

NW cor Cough and Fell 
Schroder J H, 1600 Geary 
Schroder J H, NW cor Washington and 

Webster 
Schroder Wm J H, 117 Second 
Schroder & Co (Herman Schroder) 1138- 

1142 Sutter 
Schroeder & Bohlen (Rudolph Schroeder 

and Henry Bohlen) SE cor Clay and 

Fillmore 
Schroeder & Vocke, 301 Golden Gate ave 
Schubert August, NW cor Nineteenth 

and Howard 
Schuldt H, NW cor Third and Silver 

Schulken Brothers (John and 

Henry) 1)01 Bush and IS Twenty-third 
Schulte Louisa Mrs, 1323 Sacramento 
Schultheis Henry, NW cor Polk and 

Clay ■ 
Schultz Theodore, 426 Green 
Schulz Henry, SW cor Bush and Web- 
ster 
Schumacher E A, proprietor 
The HomesteadParlor,SEcorTwenty- 
rirst and Valencia 

Schwarmann H, also wines, 

liquors and cigars, 765 Folsom 
Schwartz Diedrich, SE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Valencia 
Schwartz & Husing (C Schwartz and R 
Hnsing) cor Eighteenth and Mission 



Sculley Jeremiah, 1313Sansome 
Sears David S, 66 Everett 
Seebeck H C, 1020 Pacific 

Seegelken H J, nw cor Bush 

and Franklin 

Seeger August, 2117 Fillmore 

Seegers & Schmackenberg (J F Seegers 

and J H Schmackenberg) cor Natoma 

andRuss 
Segelken Herman, SE cor Twelfth and 

Howard 
Selk Charles, 254 and 256 Jessie 
Sethmaun Henry, 1428 Powell 
Sexton A Mrs, 707 Brannan 
Sexton D, NW cor Alabama and 

Twenty-third 
Shannon John, SE cor Grove and 

Octavia 
Sharkey John, 114 Seventh 
Shea Patrick, 1401 Folsom 
Sheehy William J, 421 Union 
Shohay Frank, 920 Pacific 
Sickler John L, SW cor Twenty-second 

and Folsom 
Siemer & Esdor, NW cor Jones and 

O'Farrell 
Slator George, SE cor Leavenworth and 

Vallejo 
Smidt Louis, SE cor California aird 

Dupont 
Smith H A, H5 and 117 Clay 
Smith Henry, 10 Washington 
Smith Louis, SE cor California and 

Dupont 
Sobbe Henry Mrs, SE cor Harrison and 

Be ale 
Speckman Frank F, NE cor Fourth and 

Mission 
Spencer C H Mrs, 112 San Jose ave 
Springer W, cor Seventeenth and 

Dolores 
StaatsI F, 913 Harrison 
Stack Richard, 422 Clementina 
Stable Bros (J F H and C A) 307 Hayes 
Stanton E F Mrs, 1121 Harrison 
Stanton G, 519 Eighth 
Stapelfeldt William, NE cor Fillmore 

and Waller 
Steffens & Reinecke (Dick Steffens and 

F H Reinecke) cor Main and Folsom 
Steimke Frederick, SW cor Union and 

Octavia 
Steinhoff H, NW cor Bush and Dupont 
Stelling Bros (Barthold and Peter) NW 

cor Stockton and Vallejo 
Stelling Charles, 1016 Clay 
Stelling George, NW cor Francisco and 

Stockton 
Stellmann John A, 151 Taylor 
Stemmer Solomon, 335 Bush 
Stikleson Nellie, 225 Tenth 
Stoeven Thies, SW cor Union and 

Powell i 
Stone Wm; SE cor Pacific and Laguna 



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Streicher Annie E, 442 Ninth , 
Strickert Paul & Co (Paul Strickert) 

NE cor Broadway and Montgomery 
Sturcke Herman, 329 Fifth 
Sturken & Hollings (HSturken and N 

Hollings) NW cur Third and Brannan 
Sulivan Mary, 219 Tenth 
Sullivan B L, 214 Eighth 
Sullivan Daniel, 538 Fourth 
Sullivan D E, NE cor Bryant and Dore 
Sullivan J J, H30Folsom 
.Sullivan Johanna, 918 Howard 
Summers Ellen, 320 Fifth 
Swan John, c r Tennessee aud Sierra 
Swordstream E J, 127 Fifth 
Tallman Samuel, 1422 Polk 
Tamm John W, cor Powell and Bush 
Tarpey Thos, NW cor Fifteenth and 

Howard 
Tennis Henry, cor Grove and Gough 
Theller G P, NW cor Twenty-sixth and 

Alabama 
Thode John W, 544 Hayes 
Thornton Michael, 222 Filbert 
Tieck John, 645 Post 
Tiedeinann John, SE cor Fillmore and 

Haight 
Tiedemann Martin, 700 McAllister 
Tiedemann & Sch<macker (Henry 

Tiedemann and Andrew Schomacker) 

1301 Powell 
Tietjen Bros (H and R) 1046 Folsom 
Tietjen D W, 317 Drumm 
Tietjen Henry, SW cor Broadway and 

Leavenworth 
Tietjen Herman, 520 Pine 
Tittel Philip A & Co (Philip A Tittel) 

SW cor Greenwich and Mason 
Tobbenboske J Henry, SW cor Howard 

and Second 
Tobelmann Henry, SE cor Hayes and 

Franklin 
Tobin Edward, 5-8 Howard 
Tomalty Patrick J, 114 Sixth 
Tomlinson J Mrs, 607 Post 
Tonjes M & C (Martin and Christopher) 

SE cor Union and Mason 
Toomey Jeremiah, cor Michigan t and 

Sierra' 
Tostmann Henry, 876 Mission 
Troy M Mrs, 405 Clementina 
Truelson Theo, SE cor Sacramento and 

Leavenworth 
Tusney M Mrs, 137 Shipley 
Twiggs James, 501 Seventh 

Valdez Zeferino. 1326| Dupont 

Vennekohl Bros (John and Bernhard) 
1208 Pacific 

Verdenhalven John, SW cor Sixth and 
Harrison 

Vollers Bros (C and J) 971 Harrison 

Vollmer John, 737 Turk 

Von Glahn Christina Mrs. 120 Four- 
teenth 



Von Hacht Theodore, SW cor Sutter 

and Devisadero 
Von Hadeln John, NW cor Powell and 

Green 
Von Harten Louis, NW cor Sixth and 

Brannan 
Von Staden D C, SW cor Mission and 

Steuart 
Wall Michael, cor Twenty-sixth and 

Church 
Waller & Bro (Christian and Glaus) 1731 

Market 
Wallman Richard, NW cor Sutter and 

Lyon 
Walsh James, 2501 Larkin 
Ward Daniel, NE cor Day and Sanchez 
Ward & Rowan (W J Ward and M 

Rowan) 337 Fourth 
Warnke William, 734 Broadway 
Warnken Hermann F, NW cor Dupont 

and Francisco 
Wassmann Harry, cor Potrero ave and 

Sonoma 
Waterman J G, 733 Montgomery 
Wegman & Huebner (August Wegman 

and Hugo Huebner) 1110 Dupont 
Welcer Henry, 2501 Mission 
Wellbrock Henry, 214 Davis 
Welsh & Hanlan, 1042i Folsom 
Wendte Christian, NE cor Fifteenth 

and Dolores 
Wentworth C W, SW cor Hayes and 

Laguna 
Werner & Close, cor Twenty-fourth and 

Sanchez 
Wertheimer Michael, 501 Hayes 
Wessel J & Co (Jacob Wessel and Mar- 
tin Meyerhof) SW cor Mission and 

Twelfth 
Wessel s A & Co (A Wessels and G Sey- 

den) NE cor Twenty-sixth and Mis- 
sion 
Wet j en C, 1049 Howard 
Wheelan John S, cor Thirteenth and 

Harrison 
Wheeler Dennis, cor Sixteenth and De- 

Haro 
White George, NE cor Fifteenth and 

Howard 
Wiebalk END, SW cor Polk and 

Bush 
Wieboldt John P, NW cor Twentieth 

and Valencia 
Wiebusch C H G, 1525 Mission 
Wilkens E O, 701 Hayes 
Wilkens Friedericka Mrs, NE cor Mason 

and Chestnut 
Wilkens George & Co (George and Will- 
iam) 600 Third 
Wilkens Matthias, NE cor Chestnut 

and Mason 
Wilkens & Boese (J H Wilkens and N 

Boese)SE cor Drumm and Sacramento 
Willard W H, 1000 McAllister 



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Williams John L & Co (John L Williams 

and Jos A Stulz) 507 Montgomery ave 

Windt Henry A, NE cor Hyde and 

Broadway 
Winter John F, NW cor Montgomery 

ave and Filbert 
Witte Charles, Georgia bet Napa and 

Sierra 
Wittmaack & Vock (Fred Wittmaack 
and Simeon Vock) SW cor Grove and 
Webster 
Witzel Gustav, 601 Davis 
Wobber Henry, NE cor Geary and 

Leavenworth 
Wobber Hermann, NW cor Lombard 

and Powell 
Woest & Dall (C L Woest and C C Dall) 

SW cor Vallejo and Powell 
Wolf Elias, Oc an View 
Wolf John, 1100 Taylor 
Wolters Bros (Henry and Richard) NE 

cor Twentieth and Guerrero 

Woiden Bros (W H and T C) 462 Sixth 

Warden & Hartmann (Wm H Worden 

and Henry Hartmaun) NW cor Pacific 

and Hyde 

Wrede Diedrich, NE cor Seventeenth 

and Guerrero 
Wulbern John, NW cor Filbert and 

Lacuna 
Wulff Peter, SE cor St Thomas and 

Platte 
Wulzen D H, NF cor Ninth and Folsom 
Wulzen F H, SE cor Twenty-third and 

Fair Oaks 
Wurthmann B, NE cor Turk and Leav- 
enworth 
Young J T, SW cor Twentieth and 

Valencia 
Zalm Henry, 823 Vallejo 

Zierenberg Ceo H, also provis- 

ions and liquors, 721 Folsom cor 

Ritch 
Zierenberg J F, 923 Stockton 
Zuhlke George, 415 Fourth 

GROCERS- WHOLESALE 

Adams L S, agt Adams, McNeill & Co, 

405 Front 
Allen & LeWIS (L H Allen and 

<J H Lewis) Portland, Or, office 202 

California 
Booth & Co (Newton Booth, C T 

Wheeler and J T Glover) Sacramento, 

office 405 Front 
Castle BrOS (Frederick L Walter 

M and Albert E) also teas and coffees, 

213 and 217 Front 

Chichizola Antonio, 322 Pacific 

Oorbitt & Macleay (Wm Corbitt and 
Donald and Kenneth Macleay) Port- 
land, Or. office 218 California 



Judsou Powder Improved i^^NiS^ * 



Daneri F & Co (Francisco Daneri and 
Henry Casanova) 27 and 2 J California 

Dowling T H & Co, 217 Front 

Ehrman M & Co (M and Jos Ehrman 
and S Sussman) 104-110 Front 

Foster S & Co (S Foster) 26 California 

Goldberg; Bowen & Co (J 

Goldberg and Chas R Bowen) also tea 

and wine merchants, 428-432 Pine 
HaaS BrOS (Kalman and William 

Haas and Leopold Klau) 100 and 102 

California 
Hanley & Snow (J S Hanley and L T 

Snow) 210 California 
Harris BrOS & CO (Charles, Mark 

and Benjamin) 409 and 411 Front 

Harrison, Wolff & Sher- 
wood (English and French) 214 ami 
216 Market and IS and 20 Front 

Hooper & Jennings (A a 

Hooper and George Jennings) 323 and 

325 Market 
JOneS & CO ( M P and Webster 

Jones) 121 and 123 Market 
KrUSe & Euler (Edward Kruse 

and Emil Rohte) 1*09 and 211 Front 

Lebenbaum Bros (S and L) 

215 and 217 Sutter ^ 

Lendersdorff Wm, 133 Seventh 

Lennon John A, 315 and 317 

Clay 

Levi & Co (Jacob Sr, Jacob Jr and Her- 
man Levi) 117 and 119 Market 

Lindley & Co, J D Croxall agt, 405 
Front 

Mangels M & Co (Martin and Claus 
Mangels) 319 Clay 

Mau Albert & Co (Oteiia Mau 

and Herrmann J Sadler) 9-15 Beale 
Meyer BrOS & CO, Peter Meyer 
proprietor, 305 and 307 Front 

Neumann C, 1307 Polk 

O I c o v i c h B r O S, 12 and 14 

Front 
Peterson C R & Co (C R Peterson) 504 
Front 

Rathjen & Co, eoi Bush cor 

Stockton and 629 Larkin cor Ellis 
Richards, Harrison & Sherwood (W H 

Richards, R J Harrison and H H 

Sherwood) 401 and 403 Sansome 
Root & Sanderson (E M Root and Geo 

H Sanderson) 122 and 124 Market 

and 19 and 21 California 
Smith H A, U5 and 117 Clay 

Tillmann & Bendel ( F 1 re , de "? 3 k 

TUlmaun and Hermann Bendel) 616- 

327 Battery 
Wadhams & Flliott (W Wadhams and H 

A Elliott) Portland, Or, office 206 

Front 
Wellman, Peck & Co (B Wellman) 126- 

132 Market 

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GUNS AND SPORTING 
MATERIALS 

Adams Charles, 508 Commercial 
Allen ElT, 416 Market 
Bachmann Joseph, 729 Clay 
Browning & Bremer (A Browning and 

A Bremer) 651 Clay 
Clabrough & Golcher (John P Clabrough 
and Win Golcher) 630 and 632 Mont- 
gomery 
Cue R, agt New York Health Lift 

Co, 402 Kearny 
Constantine Cosma, 3 Vallejo 
Cotrel Thomas, 528 Montgomery 
Cuny N & Bro (N and J) 1 13 Sansome 
Dunn Horace D, 51-7 Washington 
Jicha John, 631 Washington 
Klein John E, 120 Ellis 
Ladd C D, 529 and 531 Kearny 
Liddle & Kaeding (Robt Liddle and 

Chas Kaeding) 538 Washington 
Maggio Fortunato, 896 Front 



M Oiler LOUIS. 712 Kearny 
Schneider W H, 622 Market 
Schoeneman F, 517 Kearny 
Shreve & Wolf (George W Shreve and 

Simon Wolf) 214 Bush 
Skiilker John, also agent Nobel's 

Giant Gap Go, 256 Market 

Wallmann C & Bros. 102s 

Sutter 
Wilson A W, 59 Second 

Wilson H H & Son. 27 Sixth 

Winchester Repeating Arms Co, E B 
Rambo msrr, 418 and 420 Market 



GYMNASIUMS. 

Olympic Club, 1 14 O'Farrell 
Young Men's Christian Association, 216 
Sutter 

HAIRDRESSERS 

(See Barbers.) 



Oem-t;:L?a,l BatlisI 

113 & 115 Geary St., above Dupont, 

SATV FRANCISCO. 

The most Comfortable Family, Cheapest and Cleanest Hot and Cold Water Baths in the City with 

Hot or Cold Showers. 
The Only Salt Water Bath in the Center of the City. 

The Largest Establishment in the City. 

PRICES. 



Sulphur and Medicated Baths $1 00 I 

Ladies' Shampooing 50 | 

Hair Cutting' 25 I 

Bran Baths 50 



Single Hot and Cold Water Baths ?0 25 

Soda Baths 35 

Salt Water Baths 35 

The Best Shave in the City 15 

L. CORRIVEAU, Proprietor. 



HAIR-HUMAN. 

Bacher E Mrs, 918 Market 
Block L & Co (L Block) 141 Post 
Burnett Madam, 410 Third 
Cok C B Mrs, 637 Kearny 
Deler John, 12 Kearny 
Duval Louis. H Stockton 
Gilford J A Mrs, 2938 Sixteenth 
Goldstein & Cohn (Simon Goldstein and 

Hermann Cohn) 822 Market 
Graf BrOS (J L and Alex) importers 

and manufacturers, 120 Sutter 
Grande D S, 519 Fourth 
Kauptli Jacob, 411 Sutter 
Hauptli John, H02 Market 
Hays F, importers and manufactur- 
ers, 20 Geary 
Hubbard E HMrs, 923 Market 
Hyman Joseph, 703 Mission 
Maugein Fanny, 1618 Polk 



McCormick Fanny Mrs, 1019 Stockton 
McKinney M Mrs, 1638 Mission 
Meinberg Mary 11 Mrs, 340 Sutter 
Monks S, 20S Stockton 
Morris Mark H, 705| Market 

Plonsky Henry. 35 Sutter 
Ralph Maggie Miss, n* Ellis 

Rosenberg Chas, 1054 Howard 

Salisbury & Bigelow (Mrs M 

Salisbury and Mrs M F Bigelow) 129 
Sixth 
Sanchez Frank A, 531 Valen- 
cia 
Schmitt M B Mrs, 224£ O'Farrell 
Spitz Bertha Mme, 328 Kearny 
Strozynski Stanislaus, 22 Powell 
Sullivan O Mrs, 1525 Mission 
Williams G A Mrs, 633 Market 
Williams M A Mrs, 316 Hayes 
Zimmermann E, 331 Sixth 



ST. DAVID'S. 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, S. F. Price per night, 50 
cents, 75 cents, and $1; per week, from $2 upwards. 



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GRAF BROS., 

Importers and Manufacturers of 

HUMAN HAIR GOODS, 

120 SUTTER STREET, 

Rooms 63 and 64. SAN FRANCISCO. 



JHAUPTLI, Importer of Human Hair.Whole- 
i sale and Retail, and Manufacturer of all 
kinds of Human Hair Goods, 411 Sutter Street. 
Branch Store, 1102 Market St., San Francisco. 



MRS. M. SALISBURY. 



MRS. M. F. BIOELOW. 



HAIR STORE, 

129 Sixth Street, San Francisco. 

Invisible Fronts a Specialty, made to suit all 
faces. A fine line of goods always on hand. 

Combings rooted and made up in the best pos- 
sible manner. Switches cleaned and dyed. Toi- 
let and Manicure Artieles of all kinds. Hair 
Dressing' and Shampooing'. 



HAIR DYES 

StOltz David, 108^ O'Farrell 



HAIR RESTORATIVES 

Reaves M A, 115."? Folsom 
StOltZ David, 108$ O'Farrell 

HAIRDRESSERS' COS 
METICS 

StOltZ David, 108* O'Farrell 



HAIRDRESSERS-LA 
DIES' 

(See also Barbers.) 

Burnett K Mme, 410 Third 
Deler J, 12 Kearny 

Ford Delia Miss, 209 O'Farrell 

Gall M Miss, SI 4 Larkin 
Garrissere F Mrs, 113 Dapont 
Merrida A Miss, 41 8 * Natoma 
MonkS S, 208 Stockton 

Phillips J Mrs, 122 Ellis 
Ringgold W H Mrs, 525 Post 

Smith M Miss, 1008 Leavenworth 
Strozynski Stanislas, cor Powell and 
Ellis 



HALLS 

Adelphi Holiness, Geo Newton pres, F 
Elliott sec, H W Stowe treas, 607 
California 



Apollo, 808 Pacific 
Archery, 1155 Mission 
Armory, 156 New Montgomery 
Barra's, 118 First 
B'nai B'rith, 119 and 121 Eddy 
Cambrian, 1132 Mission 
Carr's, SE cor Mission and Twenty- 
fourth 
Centennial, 421 Hayes 
Champion, Butte bet Tennessee and 

Kentucky 
Charter Oak. 771 Market 
Children's, Silver Star House, NE cor 

Sansome and Pacific 
Comerford, cor Church and Twenty- 
eighth 
Docking's, 409 Montgomery ave 
Duveneck's, NW cor Twenty-fourth 

and Church 
French Zouave, 808 Pacific 
Garibaldi, 423 Broadway 
Germania, Huber Bros proprs, 620 Bush 
Gold n Gate, 131 Post 
Graham's, SE cor Twenty-seventh and 

Alabama 
Grand Central, 997 Market 
Improved Order of Red Men, 320 Post 
Irish- American, 81S Howard 
Irving, R F Pratt propr, 139 Post 
Ixora, Alonzo Farr propr, 737 Mission 
Knights of Pythias, 915 Market 
Lafayette, 730 Montgomery 
Maennerbund, Michell & Henke proprs, 

NW cor Twenty -fourth and Potrero 

ave 
Mechanics' Pavilion, Larkin bet Grove 

and Hayes 
Myrtle, Railroad ave bet Trinidad and 

Bahama 
Odd FellOWS', SW cor Seventh 

and Market 
Ono, NE cor Fifteenth and Mission 
Pioneer, w s Fourth bet Market and 

Mission 
Pixley, NE cor Polk and Pacific ave 
Piatt's, 216 Montgomery 
Redmen's, 510 Bush 

Riggers and Stevedores, 806 Montgomery 
Sander's, 71 New Montgomery 
Saratoga, S 14 Geary 
Schuur's, Henry Schuur propr, c<>) 

Girard and Silliman 
Scollay's, cor Stockton and Green 
South San Fr.incisco Lieder-Kranz, 

cor Teneriffe and Railroad ave 
Spring Valley, cor Laguna and Union 
St Joseph's, Tenth bet Howard and Fol 

som 
Turn-Verein Vorwats, 310 O'Farrell 
Union, 731 Howard 
Universal, 814 Pacific 
Washington,, 35 Eddy 
Wessel's, John Wessel propr, SE cor 

Powell am? Union 



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Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



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HARD WAR E-R E T AI L 

Bee J F, 346 Third 

Bekeart J F, 34(5 Third 

Bennett Bros (H C and C A) 31 Sixth 

Burnap J, 4:25 Davis 

Bash I & Co, 126 Clay 

Chetwood John T, 1036 Market 

Daneri Antonio, 420 Battery 

Eastman & Co (T White, G and E F East- 
man) 516 Valencia and 2734 Mission 
Efinger Ch, 139 Third 
Etting W A, 110 Sixth 
Hammer Edward H, 319 Fifth 
Haskell Eugene 0, 705 Larkin 
Haug Julius, 115 Second 
Helmken & Lackeman (B F Helmken 
andChas Lackeman) 516 Kearny 

Humason & Beckley Man- 
ufacturing CO, A I Hall & Son 
agents, 530 Market 

[mhaus &, Triebel (E J Imhaus and 
Louis Triebel) 403 Hayes 

Jaffe M S, 106 and 108 Clay 

Joost Brothers (Fabian and Behrend) 
1438 and 1440 Mission 

Landers Patrick, 324 Battery 

Lane W E, 505 Kearny 

Larrimore Richard, 509 Montgomery ave 

LatSOn F P & CO, 28 and 30 New 
Montgomery 

Lehnig C E, 240 Fifth 

Long Claude, 654 Washington 

Loughead John, 1601 Polk 

Mariani G D, 623 Pacific 

Mclnnes J H, 923-927 Larkin 

Merle Isidore, 528 Broadway 

Nelson W F & Son ( W F and W A) 601 
Front 

Norman F G, S40 Valencia 

Osborn RF& Co, 751 Market 

Osborn & Alexander (F F Osborn and 

Geo W Alexander) 628 Market 
Rabjohn Edwin Sr, 139 Fifth 
Robinson TP, 1623 Polk 
Rosenkrans H & Co, 638 Market 

Seeger August, 2117 Fillmore 

Simmons, Rowe & Co (Joseph S and 

Alonzo R Simmons and William B 

Rowe) (liquidation) 52 Clay 
Stone L D & Co, A Kempkey mgr, 

F M Gilham agt, 422 and 424 Battery 
StraUS J & CO, late Straus, Bloom 

& Co (Jacob Straus) 102 Battery 
Thompson J D, 3009 Mission 
Vale & Son (Chas Vale) 1404 Polk 
Vaupel & Hunt (Henry Vaupel and D 

A Hunt) 2243 Mission 
Webster W W & Co (W W Webster 

and F E Newhoff ) 3 Spear 
Williams S G & Sons (S G, Stephen G Jr 

and Edw W) 253, 255 and 325 Fourth 
Winch Walter, 512 Hayes 



HARD WAR E- W HOLE 
SALE. 

Arnold Hardware Co, N S Arnold pres, 
OH Bogart sec, 109 California 

Baker & Hamilton (LL Baker 

and R M Hamilton) NW cor Pine 
and Davis 
Caire Justinian, 521 and 523 Market 

Carolan, Cory & Co (James 

Carolan and Isaac H Cory) 117 and 
119 California and 120 and 122 Front 
Dunham, Carrigan & Co (B F Dunham, 
Andrew Carrigan and Bruce Hayden) 
17 and 19 Beale and 18-24 Main 

French & Li nforth (F M French 

and E W Linforth) 116 Front 
Gordon Hardware Co, James E Gordon 
pres, Carl Clareubach sec, 10 Pine 

Hawley Bros Hardware Co 

Marcus C Hawley president, Walter 
N Hawley vice-president, George T 
Hawley treasurer, 301-309 Market 
Hawley D N & C A, 501 Market 
Huntington, Hopkins & Co (C P Hunt- 
ington, Chas Miller, W R S Foye and 
Albert Gallatin) junction Bush, Mar- 
ket and Front 
Judson Manufacturing Co, 8 Pine 

Latson Frank P & Co, 28 and 

30 New Montgomery, under Palace 

Hotel 
OsbOm R F & CO (R F Osborn) 

751 Market 
Prag Marten, 125 Clay 
Romaine N T, manager I S Van 

Winkle & Co, 413 and 415 Market 
Rosekrans H & Co (Milo S Jeffers) 638 

Market 

TayCeorge H & Co, 614 618 

Battery 

Truman. Isham & Hooker, 

421-127 Market 

Van Winkle I S & Co, N t 

Ptomaine manager, 413 and 4 15 Market 



HARD WOOD LUMBER. 
Wigmore John, L33 Spear 



HARNESS AND SADDLE 
RY-RETAIL 

Acton Richard, 2803 Mission 

Briggs R F & Co, 220 and 222 

Mission 
Brisbois A, 735 Brannan 
Calnan J J, 415 Folsom 
Carlors T, 525 Pacific 
Conway M G, 93H Mission 
Cosbie H S C, 2207 Mission 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variely, SSSXg, 



Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St. •ESgS&SSX FREE. 



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Cosbie William, 516 and 518 Mission 
Crane Wm R, 81 Fourth 
Cuello Joseph, 5'25 Pacific 
DaviS W, 410 Market 
Delfino & Ross (A Delfino and A 
Ross) 723 Sansome 

Derham John F, ni5Poik 

Deutsch Julius, 1408 Polk 
Doyle Patrick, 1011 Market 
Flores T, 1010 Kearny 
Frankenberg Joseph, 220 Drumm 
Freechtle J, S07 Larkin 
Fuller Thomas, 628 Front 
Gibbon W R, 1046 Sutter 
Gllilfoyle J J, 2937 Mission bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Hammers Albert, 52S Hayes 
Hansen Louis, 528 Montgomery ave 

Haskell CL, 10 Bush 

Heinze Ernst. Mission bet Thir- 
tieth and Thirty-first 

Helke Chas & Son (Chas and Adolph) 
617 Mission 

Jaccpies Octave, 443 Broadway 

Lahaney P W, cor St Thomas and Rail- 
road ave, South S F 

Lutzen Oscar A, 330 Montgomery 
ave 

Lynch & Gray (J Lynch and H Gray) 
1023^ Market 

McLaughlin T P, 83S Howard 

McMahon J B, 219 Ellis 

Mead N E, 637 Mission 

Murphey William D, 420 

Brannan 
Nelson C H, 1642 Mission 
O'Brien John, 204 Eighth 

O'Kane John, 767 Market 

O'Neill M, 530i Sixth 
Phillips Benjamin, 303 Fifth 
Phipps James, 665 Howard 
Piche Medord, 636 Broadway 
Sammann Ben, 1213 Fillmore 
Schwan F, 962 Folsom 
Smyth Mcrrison, 422 Jackson 
Stang Fred, 422 Pacific 
Stier Ernest F, 550 Fourth 
Theilen H, 140 San Bruno road 
Tillman August, 313 Minna 
Warschauer Morris, 104 Clay 
Weitner Antone, 534 Fourth 



FRANK SCHWAN, 

962 FOLSOM STREET, 

Between Fifth and Sixth, San Francisco. 



All kinds of Harness on hand, and Repairing 
neatlv done. 



HARNESS AND SAD 
DLERY— WHOLESALE. 

Brokaw A, 2210 Mission 

COSbie H S C> a ' so manufacturer 

harness liquid, 2^07 Mission 
Davis Wm, 410 Market 
Delphino & Ross (A Delphino and A O 

Ross) 721 Sansome 
Frankenberg Joseph, 21S Diumm 
Gllilfoyle J J, 2937 Mission bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Hait & Brandenstein (H J Hart and A 

J Brandenstein) 417 and 419 Market 

Haskell Chas L, 10 Bush 

Johnson J C & Co (J O and J M John- 
son) 12 and 14 Pine 

Lawless J C, 115 Market 

Main & Winchester, 214 and 216 Bat- 
tery 

Mathews Samuel, 202 Clay 

McKerron John A, 230 and 232 

Ellis 
Mead Chas H, SE cor Jackson and 

Front 
Mead C H Jr, 1204 Market 

HASSOCKS AND OTTO 

MANS. 

Abel H C, 18 Oak Gr>veave 



ZHI. G. ABEL, 

Manufacturer of 

Hassocks <& Ottomans 

18 OAK GROVE AVENUE, 

Between Harrison and Bryant, 5th and 6th, S. F. 
All Orders promptly attended to. 



HATS AND CAPS 
Armstrong & Schmitt, 726 

Market 

Boysen C M, 106 Dupont 

Collins F T & Co (F T Collins) 1223 Polk 

Collins & Co (C J Sr and C J Collins 
Jr) 512 Montgomery 

Fernandez P B. 602 and 604 Kearny 

Fisher & Co (Chas A Fisher) 9 Mont- 
gomery 

Garn William, 519 Montgomery 

Haskel Adolph, 423 Kearny 

Herrmann C & Co, 332-336 

Kearny 

Jansen & Thiele, ns sixth 

Johns William L, 216 Fourth 
Kaskel & Bro (M and R) 617 Commer- 
cial 

Kruger Louis, 506 Market 

Maurin J B/1513 Market 



'T.-J..^ Tin.mA*.'** IMPROVED." Used by all Railroads. 

J UCiSOIl Jr OWCler BANDMANN, NIELSEN & i ■*, General Agents, S. F. 



TriIIT!3n, ISllcHTI & H00K6r, DennettJnmp Seats soldto'theTrarte! 



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McGann P H, 717 Mission 
McNamara Wm, 755 Mission 
MEUSSDORFFER J C 

& SON, 810 Market 

MEUSSDORFFER KON- 

R AD, 15 and 345 Kearny 
Meussdorffer M, Sam W Dixon mgr, 

404 Kearny 
Noriega J L. 8 Kearny 
Porcher J, 139 Montgomery 
Quinn M H, 227 Third 
Sehussler Christian, 208 Montgomery 

ave 
Stack & Lacombe (John Stack and Geo 

Lacombe) 639 Market 

The Clobe Hat Store, ail kinds 

of hats made to order, Joseph Rus- 
sell proprietor, 136 Third 
White Henry, 614 Commercial 
Wores Joseph, 160'.) Washington 
Zobel J, 114Dupont 

K. MEUSSDORFFER, 

Manufacturer and Wholesale Dealer in 

15 and 345 Kearny Street, 

Southwest corner of Pine, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



HATS-WHOLESALE 

Berwin P & Bro (P Berwin) 111 Battery 
Boysen & Co (Julius Boysen and W F 

Coupland) 106 Dupont 
Fie sher Wolf, 108 Battery 

Friedlander & Koch (S J 

Friedlander and Henry Koch) 21 and 
23 Sansome 

Herrmann C & Co (C Herr- 
mann, F Veen and Otto Leege) also 
manufacturers hatters' materials, etc, 
332 and 336 Kearny and 1212 and 
1214 Market 

Kline Louis & Co (Louis Kline and Max 
Gensberger) 110 Bush 

Kline & Co (A and George A Kline) 26 
and 28 Battery 

KrUger LOUiS, also manufacturer, 
5d6 Market 

MEUSSDORFFER J C 

& SON, C VV Hubner manager, also 
manufacturers .and importers, 223 
Montgomery and 810 Market 

MEUSSDORFFER KQN- 

RAD, 15 and 345 Kearny 

Meussdorffer M, cor Bush and Mont- 
gomery and 404 Kearny 

Meyer C H & Bros (C H, L C and M C) 
28 and 30 Sansome 



Rosenberg C & Son (G and C) 

also manufacturers military goods, 22 
Sansome 



HATTERS' STOCK 
MEUSS DORFFER J C 

& SON, 810 Market 

MEUSS DORFFER KON 

RAD, 15 and 345 Kearny 



HAY AND GRAIN 

Adams & Butler (James Adams and Thos 
J Butler) 618 Third 

Aiken & Sawyer (Henry Aiken and 
George Sawyer, 1052 Valencia 

Belli & Co (M Belli) 11 and 13 Broad- 
way 

Berringer William, S42 and S44 Howard 

Blucher George, SE cor Greenwich and 
Moulton 

Chase W W & Co (William W Chase 
and Richard M Collim) 1912 Market 
and 619 and 621 Fourth 

Clark S P B, cor Twenty-sixth and San 
Bruno road 

Cruz Henry John, 57 Clay 

Daly L, 321 Seventh 

DeUtSCh Joseph, cor Mission 
and Thirtieth 

Dezirello, Louis & Co (Dominico Dezi- 
rello and Ratto Louis) 1817 Union 

DrummOnd R S, 433 and 435 Val- 
encia 

Dutton Henry Jr, Pier 7 Steuart 

Ellis & Miller, 21 and 33 Spear 

Flinn P T, cor Howard and Eighth 

Gieschen H & W (Henry and Wm) SW 
cor Bush and Devisadero 

Haana George, 859 Harrison 

Hansen Peter, Railroad ave bet Trini- 
dad and Bahama 

Healey C S, 3090 Mission 

Knobloch J, cor Butte and Tennessee 

Lauder Bros (L G and S W) cor King 
and Fourth 

Lauterwasser Christian, 1505 Folsom 

Maguire M & O (Michael and 
Owen) 133 Hayes 

McCIOSkey John, 94 1 Mission 
and 440 Minna 

Meyer A & Bro (Albert and Adolph) 
2403 and 2405 Bush 

Pausmann Henry, 2421 Mason 

Peters & Cowie (J C Peters and G M 
Cowie) 591 Sixth 

Podesta & Perata (G Podesta and G Pe- 
rata) 620 Broadway 

Ratto Antonio, 2012 Mason 

Rider, Somers & Co (J B Rider, H C 
Somers and Joshua Chadbourn) Pier 
22 Steuart 



M0RETTI & TEEZZINL 



Fresco Painters, Sng. 



ROSEWOOD, LIGH'JM-VIT/E, BOXWOOD. 



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Schmoldt Hermann, SE cor Montgom- 
ery ave and Chestnut 

Schulken Brothers (John and 

He;iry) cor Twenty-third and Hamp- 
shire and 901 Bush 
Schulken Julius, 1616 and 161S Mission 
Schwegerle & Co (J Schwegerle and A 

Hum) 549 Fourth 
Scott & McCord (A W Scott and John 

McCord) Pier 21 Steuart 
Smith & Dugan (Robert Smith and 

John S Dugan) 1143 Market 
Smith & Son (H P and F H) 1214 Fol- 

som 
Sorensen Win, 1013 and 1015 McAllister 
Stumpf John, Railroad ave bet Tene- 

riffe and Yazoo 
Thackeray George, cor Twenty-second 

and Fair Oaks 
Vermeil J L, Third Street Wharf 
Warwick & Dallas (James B Warwick 

and William S Dallas) 1823 Union 



HAY PRESSES 

Jackson Byron, 625 Sixth 

San Leandro Manufactur- 
ing CO> Truman, Isham & Hooker 
agents, 411 Mission, office 421 Market 



HERMETICALLY 
SEALED GOODS 

Bendel H E R, 313 327 Battery 

Code, Elfelt & Co (P D Code and Joseph 

Elfelt) 314 Washington 
Cutting Packing Co, 1134-1166 Harri- 
son, office 17-41 Main 
Ehrman & Wormser (E Ehrman and 

S I Wormser) 3 and 5 Front 
Jean -on Osc;ir, 912 Battery 
Lusk A & Co, 409 Washington 
Morse 1 H & Co (I H Morse and C M 
Coon) NW cor Broadway andSanso n 
San Jose Fruit Packing Co, I H Morse 
agt, 121 California 

San Lorenzo Fruit Co, Wm 

Yatea manager, also fruit, produce 
and general commission, 501 Front 
Schammel Packing Co (Henry Scham- 
mel pres, John Kleinhans sec) 401- 
419 Chestnut 



HIDES. 

Beatty James, St Thomas nr Railroad 

ave, South S F 
Bissinger & Co ( A Bissinger and 

Max Heilbronner) 520 Front 
Cahen BrOS (S Cahen) 41 Clay 
(Jlayburgh Albert, 45 Clay 
Clayburgh M & Co, 109 Clay 



Foley F & CO (Francis Foley) also 

wool, sheep skins, tallow and leather, 

219 and 221 Drumm 
Frank S H & Co (S H and Martin 

Frank and A J Marcus) 406 and 408 

Battery 
Lacher Isaac, 520 Front 
McChesney M \V & Sons (M W, H N 

and R W) 43 Clay 
Nichols A C & Co (A C Nichols) 402 and 

404 Battery 
Platshek & Harris, 314 and 316 Battery 
Pohl George, 51 Sacramento 
SIOSS LOUiS & CO (Louis, Leon 

and Louis Sloss Jr, and Lewis Gerstle) 

warehouse Townsend nr Third, office 

310 Sansome 
Sumner W B & Co (Wm B and F W 

Sumner) 415 Front 



HOMEOPATHIC PHAR 
MACIES 

Boericke & Schreck (Wm 

Boerickeand E A Schreck) 234 Sutter 

Hiller F Jr& Co l p ro P rietorsI>M ! f - 

ic Homeopathic Pharmacy, 33 Dupont 

HOPS 

Davenport J P, 302 California 

Herrmann & Co (Sigismund 

Herrmann) 313 Sacramento 
McKendrick C G-, 123 California, rm 36 
Miller & COSgriff 417 Battery 
Neis Phil & Co (Phil Neis) 415 Sacra- 
mento 
Pollard W H, 21S California 
Uhlmann Wm & Co (WinUhlmaun and 
H Eloesser) 120 Battery 



HORSE CLIPPERS 

Chri fcian Michael, 1106 Howard 
Noonan John J, 1 106 Howard 



HORSE DEALERS 

Beernian M, 1615 Market 
Brandenstein H & Co, 631 Mission 
Breslaur Daniel, 33-37 New Montgom- 
ery 
Nathan N", 1913 Mission 
Wallis & Rickard (DW Wallis and L L 
Rickard) SE cor Market and Eleventh 



HORSERADISH. 

Asmann A> 69 California Market 
Erzgraber & Oesting, 108 California 

Market 
KOSter J- L, 323 Front 
Taylor & Moore (Truman Taylor and 

Justin Moore) 29 Centre Market 



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I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 

market St. 



IRON, STEEL, ETC. 



CTniT7'C WAI MUST PflCMCTIP »arfcens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
OlULIZ.0 YVALIfUl UUOmL I III to Perfection. Does NOT WASH OFF 



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San Francisco. 



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HORSESHOERS 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 

Barry James, 567 Mission 

Boyle Denny H. 454 Stevenson 

Cobleigh & Reidy (J L Cobleigh and 
Jerry Reidy) 1509 Polk 

Cook George, '205 Eighth 

Craddock VVm, S33 Geary 

Creely James, 108 Jessie 

Crowley T J, cor Davis and Merchant 

Culley John, Railroad ave bet Manilla 
and St Thomas 

Cummings Patrick, 319 Leavenworth 

Cummins P W, Mission bet Twenty- 
eighth and Twenty-ninth 

Doran James, 55 Beale 

Doyle Morris & Sou (Morris and John 
J) 770 Mission 

Doyle Thomas, 177 Jessie and 116 
Washington 

Dunmore William, 17 Anna Place 

English & Lynch (Jerome English and 
Peter Lynch) 228 Mission 

Ewing John, 1103 Mission 

Ford Thomas, 105 First 

Friedhofer Paul & Sons 

(Paul, George and Gus) (progressive) 
also manufacturers of tips, 351 Third 

Friel James, 339 Tenth 

Grace John, 1 1 OS Howard 



Graney George P, 13 Belden place 
Henderson Duncan, cor Twenty-third 

and Bartlett 
Kennedy Hugh, 4 Spring 
Kennedy James, 195 Stevenson 
Kilcommon John, 722 Broadway 
McCarty James, 107 Oregon 
McCarty John, 134 Golden Gate ave 
Mclnarny Thomas, 852 Howard 
Meyer Richard, 30 Clark 
Moholy John, Kentucky nr Honduras, 

South S F 
Mulloy C W, 216 Fifth 
Murphy & Wallace (Timothy Murphy 

and John Wallace) 915 Batterj r 
O'Dea Martin, 126 Geary 
Rouke E J, 209 Ellis 

Rowan Owen. 215 Ellis 

Sclmlz J M, cor 23d and Alabama 
Stone F M, 2 Everett 
Sullivan Florence, 1123 Market 
Toner Patrick, 171 Jessie 



NEW YORK SHOEING SHOP, 

454 STEVENSON ST., 

Between Fifth and Sixth Streets, in rear of Cen- 
tral Market, San Francisco. 
DENNY BOYLE, Proprietor. All wu-k done 
satisfactorily. Special attention paid to 
Horse-Interfering;, Overreaching - , and all lame- 
ness of the Feet. Give me a trial and see for 
yourself. 



PAUL FRIEDHOFER & SONS, 

351 Third Street San Francisco. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



TIPS FOR RUNNING, TROTTING & WORK HORSES 

OF ALL PROPORTIONS, 

And either all steel, part steel and Norway Iron; or non-porous mild cast 

steel castings. Also the re-modeled " Maud S " trotting BAR SHOE 

of all sizes. Send for Catalogue. 



HOSE. 

Degen L P, 12S and 130 First 
Girvin J W & CO, 24 California 
Schenck W T Y, sole agent 

Eureka Paragon Fire and Garden 

Hose, 36 California 

Tay George H & Co, 6U-61S 

Battery 
Wood Henry P, 221 First 



H. N. COOK, 

Manufacturer of 

LEATHER HOSE 

And Fire Engine Supplies, 

405 Market Street, cor. Fremont, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



HOSIERY AND GLOVE 
IMPORTERS 

(See also Dry Goods — Wholesale. ) 



California Hosiery Co, Oak- 
laud Mills, 31 Sutter 

Crandall T P & Co (T P Crandall) 103 
Battery 



BARNARD'S 



BUSINESS COLLEGE 
46 OFABBELL ST., So F. 



SEND FOR CIRCULARS 



"XTirt/xIl -fUrt Trkilrk-** ** 1C Market Street. Send for Samples an«l 
ll 1UUH 1116 ldllOl, Unlet* for Heif-measurement-Sent Free. 



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"EUREKA." 

(A Triple Hose.) 



PARAGON." 

(A Double Hose.) 



2,6 



OVER 



'5 

FEET 
NOW IN USE 




RED CROSS. 

(A Single Hose.) 

IN THE 




OF THE 

United States & Caiiadas, 



COTTON 



FIRE AND 

GARDEN 



HOSE 



Rubber-lined, prepared Mildew-proof, and stronger, lighter and easier to han- 
dle and more durable than the be3t 4-ply rubber hose ever made. Will not 
crack in the kinks, or deteriorate with age, as rubber hose does. 

Also " Mill " brand of Cotton Rubber-lined Hose for M'lls, Factories, Hotels, 
Public Buildings and inside fire protection generally. 

Hose Carts, H. & L. Trucks, Fire Engine and Fire Department Supplies. 

Square Flax Packing and Patent Gaskets. Samples, prices and references fur- 
nished on application. 

W. T. Y. SCHENCK, Sole Agt. for Pacific Coast 

No. 36 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



HOSPITALS 

Almshouse, San Miguel road nr Lake 
Honda 

California Woman's, A J Ralston pres, 
n s Sacramento bet Baker and 
Lyon 

City and County, Potrero ave bet 
Twenty- second and Twenty-third 

French, 741 Bryant 

Cenmari) Noe bet Fourteenth and 
Fifteenth, for terms of admission ap- 
ply to office, 535 California 

Italian Benevolent Asylum, Twenty- 
eighth bet Vallejo and Noe 

Magdalen Asylum, cor Twenty-first and 
Potrero ave 

Pacific Dispensary for Women and 
Children, Mrs L M Wanzer physician, 
221 and 223 Thirteenth 

San Francisco Female, Mrs Conkling 
pres, S06 Stockton 

St Luke's, Walter Bates pres, Miss L 
A Springer matron, Valencia bet 
Twenty-seventh and Twenty- 
eighth 

St Mary'Si Alex T Leonard resi- 
dent physician, cor First and Bry- 
ant 

United States Marine, nr Presidio 
Reservation 



HOTELS 

Ahlborn House, Geo Boeckman 
& Chas Ahlborn proprietors, 319-323 
Dupont 

American Exchange, Mont- 
gomery Bros proprietors, 319-325 
Sansome 

Appleton House, Mrs Lottie Lyford 
propr, 33 Fifth 

Arcade House, m a Gifford 

proprietor, 930 Market 

Bailey Shepard D, proprietor 

Tehama House, 438 Broadway 

Baldwin, G H Arnold & H H Pear- 
son proprietors, cor Market, Powell 
and Eddy 

Becker J W, proprietor Prescott 
House, SW cor Kearny and Mont- 
gomery ave 

Bellegarde John B, Railroad ave nr 
St Thomas 

Beresford House, cor Bush and Stockton 

Beronio Peter, SIS Sansome 

Blanc Paul, propr Hotel of the Alps, 
021 Pacific 

Brooklyn, C S Bush propr, 210 Bush 

Brunswick House, David Stern propr, 

148 sixth- 
California, J Michaud proprietor, 
210 Montgomery ave 



DYNAMITE. 



or Ciant Powder. The Only. Reliable High 

Explosive. Eandmann, Nielsen & Co., General Agents, S. F. 



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International Hotel, 



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AND RENOVATED THROUGHOUT. 



2?es£ Hotel Accom,modations on the Pa- 
cific Coast for the Price. 



Board and Room, $1.00, 1.251 1.50 per day. 



For Passenqers and their Baqgaqe to and from the Hotel for all trains 

and Steamers. Be sure you see the name, " International 

Hotel," on the Coach. 



THE TABLE IS SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST IN THE MARKET. 

T, M. EDWARDS, Proprietor, 



Thin Fancy Woods for Scroll Sawin g JSTA2 



JOHN Wi«;MORE 



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CapitOl HOUSe, F LTurpin pro- 
prietor, 537 Sacramento 
Chicago, Mrs E W Heimburg & Co 

proprietors, 220-228 Pacific 
Cliff House, terminus Point Lobos ave 
Colombo, A J Quilici proprietor, 

621 Broadway 
Commercial, W G Graham mgr, 130 

Montgomery ave 
Davaile V, proprietor Toscano 

Hotel, 019 Broadway 
Dicaud Joseph, propr Federal Hotel, 

1205 Stockton 
OillOn'S, Peter F Dillon proprietor, 

512 Mission 
Europe, E Ortet proprietor, 814 

Montgomery 
EvartS Henry, proprietor New 

Wisconsin Hotel, 902 Montgomery 
Excelsior, B Arfsteu & M Collor 
proprietors, 608 and 610 Sixth 

Florence House, Mrs Amelia 

C W Truesdell proprietress, 102 Ellis 
F O S e n O R, proprietor Fosen 

House, 407 Tehama 
Franconia House, Vitus Wackenrueder 

propr, San Bruno road bet Twuity- 

seventh and Twenty-eighth 
Cailhard Ch, proprietor Gailhard 

Hotel, 507 and 509 Pine 

G e r k e Frederick, proprietor 

William Tell House, 315 and 317 Bush 
Golden Gate, Weber & Fisher 
proprietors, 134 Fourth 

Golden State House, Mrs b a 

Woodhull proprietress, 106 Eddy 

Good el I C, proprietor Marlborough 
House, NW cor Second and Folsom 

Grand, S F Thorn mgr, SE cor New 
Montgomery and Market 

Hackmeier'S, Robert Wieneke 
proprietor, 512 Bush 

Harbor View, Rudolph Herman propr, 
cor Baker and Tonquin 

Helvetia, Steiner & Gamma proprs, 
431 and 433 Pine 

HlgginS John, proprietor West- 
ern Hotel, 212 Broadway 

Holm & Saxtorph ^C Holm and H Sax- 
torph) 14 and lfi Ellis 

Hotel D'ltalia, E Vatuone & Co 
proprietors, 401 Pacific 

Hotel Cailhard, Ch Gailhard 
proprietor, conducted on European 
plan, 507 and 509 Pine above Kearny 

Hotel Rhein, Marx Kuhl propri- 
etor, 909 Kearny cor Jackson 

Huettmann Julius, NW cor Polk and 
Fell 

HumbOldt HOUSe, Renner Bros 
proprietors, 1309 Stockton 

International, t m Edwards 

proprietor, 824 and 826 Kearny 



KOCk ClaUS & CO, proprietors 
New Atlantic Hotel, 207 Montgomery 
ave 

KOSter Joseph, proprietor Av- 
enue House, NE cor Geary and Cen- 
tral ave 

Kuhl Marx, proprietor Hotel 
Rhein, 909 Kearny cor Jackson 

Lafourquette Jacques, SE cor Venezu- 
ela and Yazoo 

Liberty, J Michel proprietor, 629- 
633 Broadway 

Lick House, Chas Claffey propr, Mont- 
gomery bet Sutter and Post 

Marlborough House, c 

Goodell proprietor, NW cor Second 

and Folsom 
Michel J, 629-633 Broadway 
Mi la nO, Carlo Dericco proprietor, 

410 Pacific 

Montgomery Bros (Charles 

and William) proprietors American 

Exchange Hotel, 319-325 Sansome 
Montgomery's, Charles Montgomery 

propr, 221-227 Second 
MunrO John, proprietor Munro's 

Tavern, 260 Brannaa 

Munro's Tavern, John Munro 

proprietor, 260 Brannau 
New Atlantic, ClausKock & Co 

proprietors, 624 Pacific and 207 Mont- 
gomery ave 
New Continental, D Buckley propr, 

547 Mission 
New Franklin, Curran & Pooley, SE cor 

Sansome and Pacific 
New Wisconsin, Henry 

Evans proprietor, 902 Montgomery 
Nucleus, Mrs H Chamberlain propr, 

cor Third and Market 
Occidental, Wm B Hooper mgr, 118-136 

Montgomery 
Oriental, Leonie Jung propr, SW cor 

Washington and Drumm ' 

Orselli & Francesconi (Oe- 

sare Orselli and Giuseppe Francesconi) 

702-706 Front 
Overland House, M A Levingston propr, 

533 Sacramento 
Palace, Alexander D Sharon mgr, SW 

cor Market and New Montgomery 
Park, Becker & Menne proprietors, 26 

Turk 

Philadelphia House, John 

Knacke proprietor, 421 and 423 Bush 
Popert J & Co (J Popert, C Herman, 

and F Peters) proprs Washington 

Hotel, 622 and 626 Fourth 
PreSCOtt HOUSe, Joseph W 

Becker proprietor, SW cor Kearny 

and Montgomery ave 
Rasette'HOUSe, Mrs Bnrkett 

proprietress, 11 Kearny 



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I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 Perkins HORSE *nd MULE SHOES, 
Market St. Globe-Putnam Northwestern Horse Nails 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 53WK5 1 * 



For «ale 
ists and Barbers, 



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Reidy John, 1150 Kentucky 

Renner Bros (C A and Chas 

Kenner) proprietors Humboldt House, 
1309 Stockton 

Riphter Win H, SW cor Kentucky and 
Honduras 

Roma, Peter Beronio propr, 81S San- 
some 

RlISS HOllSe. Seymour, Sanders 
& Co proprietors, Montgomery from 
Pine to Bush 

Sacramento, Chas Werner pro- 
prietor, 4U7 Pacific 

Scandinavian, n p Lundberg 

proprietor, 28 and 30 Clay 

Seymour, Sanders & Co (S 

H Seymour and Joseph Sanders) pro- 
prietors Russ House, Montgomery 
from Pine to Bush 

Shaughnessy & Munson 

(Thomas Shaughnessy and J A Mun- 
son) proprietors Scandia Hotel, 621 
California 

Siegfried's, L Mayerhofer and W 
Reinecke proprs, 228 Bush 

Silver State House, L S Starkweather 
propr, SE cor Ellis and Mason 

South Park House, o Hoge 

proprietor, 530 Third 
St George, 812 Kearny 
St Grottard, V Cassellini propr, 509- 

513 Broadway 
Stanford, C A Lehrke propr, 61S and 

620 Fourth 
Steiner & Gamma (J Steiner and Fred 

Gamma) proprs Helvetia Hotel, 431 

and 433 Pine 



1) 



Bailey 

Ma- 



Tehama House, 8 

proprietor, 438 Broadway 
The Donahue, Mrs Julia 

honey proprietress, 100 Fifth 
The Truesdell, Charles Tence 

proprietor, 1104 Market 
The Windsor, Warschauer Bros 

proprietors, 905 Market 
TicinO, G Gianettoni proprietor, 514 

and 516 Pacific 
TOSCanO, V Davalle proprietor, 619 

Broadway 

Truesdell A C W Mrs, pro 

prietress Florence House, 102 Ellis 
Turk Street, Hillenbrand & Klose pro- 
prietors, 22 and 24 Turk 
Umatilla House, Mrs M Button propr, 
348 Fourth 

Union House, J h Burfeind, ne 

cor Bay and Larkin 
VatUOne E & CO (E Vatuone and 
Antoine Gagleardo) proprietors Hotel 
DTtalia, 401 Pacific 

Werner Charles, proprietor 

Sacramento Hotel, 407 Pacific 
Western, John Higgins proprietor, 

212 Broadway 
What Cheer House and Restaurant, E 

P Bucklin propr, 529 Sacramento 

Wieneke Robert, proprietor 

Hackmeier's Hotel, 512 Bush 
Windsor, Warschauer Bros proprie- 
tors, SW cor Fifth and Market 
Wm Tell HOUSe, F Gerke pro- 
prietor, 315-325 Bush 

Wood hull E A Mrs, proprie 

tress Golden State House, 106 Eddy 

Zimmerman Max, ( »07 Foisom 




MUNRO'S TAVERN 

JOHN MUNRO, Proprietor. 

"BE JUST AND FEAR NOT." 

266 Brannan Street, 

Near Pacific Mail S. S. Co's Dock, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 

The patronage of respectable mariners solicited. 
Sojourning mariners can rely upon Honest and Re- 
spectable Treatment in this House. 

TERMS . 

Room and Board per week f 5 00 

Room and Board per day 1 00 



The Table supplied with the best the Market affords. 
Native Wines a Specialty. 




Hobbs, Wall & Co., ^S Crescent City, & r g35S,%2: 



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No. 100 Fifth Street, 



SAN FRANCISCO. 




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MRS. J. MAHONEY, 



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PROPRiBTRBSS. 



ROOMS AND OFFICES FORNISHED AND UNFURNISHED. 



N. B. — Best Meals in the City *f or 25 Cents. 



Baling 



PrpCCpC Tl £ 1 £. a 5' i^iiS.? ^?2^ r > 421 .~1 2 1 Market Ft 



Hay, Hi<le, 
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The Truesdell, 

1104 Market St., corner of Turk. 
Cable Cars pass the door. 



The Leading Family Hotel of San Francisco has 
been thoroughly 

RENOVATED.REFURNISHED, 

Papered and Painted throughout. 

It is centrally located, with F ne.Airy and Sunny 

Rooms, and First-Class Boaid, $1.50, $2.00, 

and $2.50 per day. 

SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILIES 

Can be made bv th« wee'-' or month. 




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Nos. 220-228 Pacific Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

MRS. E. W. HEIMBURG & CO. 

PROPRIETORS. 



Board and Lodging, per week, $5. 



Ahlborn Hotel, 

MAX ZIMMERMAN, - Prop'r. 

BOARD AND LODGING, $4.50 and $5.00 per 
Week. Single Rooms. 

907 FOLSOM STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



HOUSE FURNISHING 
GOODS. 

Mix C I & CO, A I Hall & Son 

agents, 530 Market 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



HOUSE MOVERS- 

Burt W J, 2817 Mission 
Chester H, 140S Mission 
Gaeron Dennis, 344 Seventh 
Gleason Patrick W, 309 Mason 
Harris D, 916 Geary- 
Hyde William H, 1837 Mission 
McGowan O, 1141 Mission 
Murphy M, 666 Natoma 
Pence J B, 1126 Mission 
Stratton John S, 854 Harrison, office 

316 Montgomery 
Wilson Olof, 424 Fifth 
Ziegler J L, 1017 Mission 



HOUSE SMITHS. 

McKibbin Thomas, 862 Harrison 



ICE CREAM FREEZERS 
Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



ICE DEALERS AND MAN- 
UFACTURERS 

Arctic Ice Company, Townsend bet 
Second and Third, office 310 Pine 

California Ice Company, 356 Tehama 

Standard Ice Machine Manufacturing 
Co, J W Pew sec, 310 Piue, rm 15 

Union Ice CO, Lloyd Tevis pres- 
ident, J H Thompson secretary, Jacob 
Hoehn superintendent (natural ice) 
735 Fourth 



IMMIGRATION AGENTS 

Arnold Bros, Pacific Coast Immi- 
gration Association, 331 Kearny 
BriggS Arthur R, 10 California 

Edwards Geo S, Mexican Colo- 
nization Do 

Street C H, secretary and land 
officer Immigration Association of 
California, 10 California 



IMMIGRATION ASSOCIA- 
TIONS 

Immigration Association 

Of California, Arthur R Briggs 
president, C H Street secretary and 
land officer, 10 California 

Pacific .Coast Immigrant 

Association, ArnoldB°sinau- 

ao;ers, 331 Kearny 
State Board of Immigration for Oregon 
and Washington Territory, J° C 
Shepard commissioner, 506 Battery 



INHALERS 

WilSOn E M, 923 Sutter 



M°tiuuuiSi, Designers and Fresco Painters, P^f&s. 



WALNUT, MAPLE CHERRY. 



John Wigmore; Office, 133 Spear St. 
Yards ia»-147 Spear; 2G-«S Howard. 




INK MANUFACTURERS 

Schmidt & Co, Western Manufacturing 

Co, 358 Third 
Schwabacher & Salts (L Schwabacher 

and J Salts) Oi 7-621 Braunan, office 

205 Front 

INSTRUMENTS- 

i See appropriate heads. ) 

INSULATORS FOR TELE 

GRAPH AND ELEC 

TRIG LIGHTS 

California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 

Klein John M &Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 



INSURANCE ADJUST- 
ERS 

(See Adj usters. ) 



INSURANCE AGENTS 

Abbott R W, Northwestern Mutual 

Life Insurance Co, 215 Sansome 
Bailey James D, sec Union Insurance 

'Co, 416 California 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co, 310 California 
Balzer, Hy & Co (C Bertheau Jr) 209 

Sansome 
Bertheau Cesar, 209 Sansome 
Blumberg J F, 306 Montgomery 

Boardman Ceorge C, general 

agent ^Etna Insurance Co of Hart- 
ford, 311 California 

Bremer Wm H, 310 Sacramento 

Brookings C C, 219 Sansome 

Brown, Craig & Co (Edward 

Brown and Homer A Craig) 429 Cal- 
ifornia 

Bryant Andrew J, president 

The State Investment and Insurance 

Co, 218 and 220 Sansome 
Bull AlpheUS. vice-president 

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, 401 

California 
Burns Ceorge \V, 311 California 

Butler & Haldan, Phmnix 

Assurance Co of London, British 
American Assurance Co of Toronto, 
Western Assurance Co of Toronto, 
Canada, 413 California 

Cadman & Morgan, 204 Mont- 
gomery 
Callingham W J, 213 and 215 

Sansome 



Carlton & Thurman, 26 

Montgomery 

Chapman Wilford B, 123 California 

Costa J, 424 Montgomery 

Cushing Charles H, secretary 
The State Investment and Insurance 
Co, 218 and 220 Sansome 

DickSOn Robert, manager Impe- 
rial Fire Assurance Corporation, North 
ern Assurance Co and Queen Fire In- 
surance Co, 441 California 

Domin GeC D, manager The Lion 
Fire insurance Co of London, Orieiu 
Insurance Co of Hartford and Wash- 
ington Fire and Marine Insurance Co 
of Boston, 215 Sansome 

DuttOn William J, secretary 
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co, 401 
California 

Eldridge Oliver, New York 

Underwriters, 318 California 
Ellsworth Timothy, 22 Montgomery 

Everson Wallace, president 

Pacific Surety Co of California, 328 
Montgomery, rm 4 

Falkner, Bell & Co, 406 Caii 

fornia 

Farnsworth E D, 306 Sansome 

Fay John, vice-pres Western Fire and 
Marine Insurance Co, 409 California 

Feldbusch J H D, 428 California 

Field Henry K, geueral agent New 
England Mutual Life Insurance Co, 
324 Montgomery 

Flint A P, mgr Hartf >rd Fire Insur- 
ance Co, 313 California 

Flint E P, 5 Safe Deposit Building 

Forbes Andrew B. general man- 
ager Mutual Life Insurance Co of 
New York, 214 Sansome 

Frank I Capt, 441 California 

Fraser Hugh, 322 and 324 Call- 
fornia 

Freeman J H, 219 Sansome 

Fuller Hines, 401 California 

Garland William D, mgr Equitable 
Life Insurance Co, 240 Montgomery 

Car niSS James R, general agent 
Fidelity and Casualty Co of New 
York, 219 Sansome 

Collin Walker W, mgr Trans- Atlantic 
Marine Insurance Co, 311 California 

Gould William O, 418 California 

Craham ChaS, president Univer- 
sal Accident Indemnity Co of Califor- 
nia, 423 California 

Grant Tom C, 213 Sansome 

Gray John H, gen agt Washington 
Life Insurance Co, 311 California 

Creen E F, secretary Pacific Surety 
Co of California, 328 Montgomery, 

Cutte & Frank (Mdor and Julius 
Ontt- and Wm Frank) 3"7 California 



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I O VAX W1XKLB A CO. 
1.0. 413-415 Market St. 



IRON, STEEL & HEAVY HARDWARE 



Truman, Isham I Hooker, 1SSiSSJ^SJSS^i^ % iES^ 



San Francisco — Supplemental. 



224a 



ST. GEORGE HOTEL, 

812 KEARNY ST., 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



LODGING, per Week $1 50 to $5 50 

ROOMS, per Night 60 cents to $1 50 



AJLBERT EXGELHABDT, 

Proprietor. 



IMMIGRATION COMPA 

NIES 
International Immigra- 
tion Union of California, 

Mercer Otey secretary, 401 California 

INSURANCE 

Board of Fire Underwriters of the Pa- 
cific, Chas D Havens sec, 422 Califor- 
nia 

California Insurance Com- 
pany, C T Hopkins president, L L 
Bromwell secretary, 318 California 

Clinton Insurance of New 

York (The) Jacobs & Easton agts, 
423 California 

Concordia Insurance Co 

(The) Jacobs & Easton agents, 423 
California 

German Insurance of Free 

port (The) Jacobs & Easton agents, 
423 California 

Home Benefit Life Associ 

at ion, F C Havens president, W I 

Morgan secretary, 204 Montgomery 
Jacobs & Easton (Julius Jacobs 

and George Easton) 423 California 
Kelley F A> city agent California 

Insurance Co, 318 California 

Merchants' Insurance of 

New York (The) Jacobs & East- 
on agents, 423 California 

Newhall H M & Co (H G and 

Geo A Newhall and Gilbert Palache) 
general agents National, Atlas and 
Boylston Insurance Cos, 309 and 311 
San some 
New Zealand Fire and Marine, 310 Cal- 
ifornia 

Northwestern Life Insur 

a nee CO. B, H Abbott general 
agent, 215 Sansome 



Pacific Mutual Life Insur- 
ance CO, Geo A Moore president, 
J M Patton secretary, 418 Califor- 
nia 

Reserve Fund, Mutual Life 
and Indemnity Associa- 
tion, A G Swain secretary, Phelan 
Building, 806 Market 

Springfield Insurance Co 

(The) Jacobs & Easton agents, 423 Cal- 
ifornia 

Thai Frederick M, 509 Mont- 
gomery, rm 4 

Union Mutual Life Insur- 
ance Co of Portland, 

Maine, John F Ferris superintend- 
ent Western Department, Jabez 
Howes manager for California, W P 
Merriam agent, 329 Pine 



THE 

Southern California Ins.So. 

LOS ANG-ELES, CAL. 

CA PITAL, 8300,000 

H. C. SIGLER President 

E. F. SPENOE Vice-President 

MATTHEW LONG Secretary 

E. F. HOWES Treasurer 

H. W. S1VOW, Manager San Francisco 
Department, 324 Montgomery Street. 



Mutual Self- Endowment and Benevolent 
Association ol America. 

PACIFIC COAST DEPARTMENT 

305 Kearny Street, San Francisco. 

Issues endowment certificates for |3,000, $5,000 

and 110,000. 

Death losses paid, $350,000; Coupons paid, 

$400,000; Loaned to members on this coast, 

$90,000. W. H. WARD, Secretary. 



IRON WORKS 

Burnsteine H, 405-409 Spear 
O'Connell & Lewis (Martin O'Connell 
and Oscar Lewis) 220-236 Steuart 

Pacific Iron and Nail Co. 9 

Beale 

Varney Thomas H B, 22 and 

24 Fremont 
Zeieler F O, 233 Spear 

JEWELERS 
Davis A & Son, 20s and 411 

Kearny 
Hammersmith & Field (John A Ham- 
mersmith and H S Field) 118 Sutter 

Lindermann C H, 126 Kearny, 

rm 3 

Pohlmann & Heiduska (G- 

Pohlmann and F Heiduska) 417 
Kearny 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen once useJ by another. 



CA6WET WOODS and VENEERS, .133 Spear. John Wigmore. 



2246 



San Francisco — Supplemental. 



A. W. MYER, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, Diamond Setter, 
Engraver, and Lapidary. 
Quartz and Pebble Specimens cut and mounted 
to order. Badges and Pins for Societies manu- 
factured at lowest rates. All orders promptly 
filled. 

1014 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



LAND COMPANIES 

Co-operative Land Pur- 
chase and Colonization 

Association, James J Martin 
secretary, 4 New I F Building, 
cor Seventh and Market 
Edwards Ceo S, Mexican Colon- 
ization Co, 506 Battery 

Cerman Land and Cattle 

CO, 123 California 
Martin James J, secretary Co- 
operative Land Purchase and Colon- 
ization Association, 4 New IOO 
F Building, cor Seventh and Market 

LEATHER AND FIND 

INGS 
Hart & Brandenstein (A J 

Brandenstein and H J Hart) 417 and 
419 Market 
Patrick AB& CO, 303 Battery 

LIQUORS-RETAIL. 

Ahkman & Johnson (T Ahkman and 
David Johnson) 44 Steuart 

Bauer Charles C, proprietor 

Presidio Railroad Exchange, west side 

Baker nr Beach 
Brady Thomas, 837 Market 
Bullwinkel H, SW cor Howard and 

Steuart 
Cane John, 15 Howard 
CarradO L, 432 Broadway 
Considine John, 1\ Mission 
Dorcy Peter, 20 Stockton 
Dorgeloh Charles, NE cor Mission and 

Steuart 
Eberhart M, 39 Market 
Ferguson John, 501 Kearny 
Fowler E Mrs, 214 Steuart 
Galligan & Burr (Ed Galligan and Chas 

Burr) 26 Steuart 
Haase & Co (D H Haase and H C 

Young) Oceanic Saloon, SW cor Har- 
rison and Steuart 

Haberling J C, 217 Dupont 

Hannan Bernard, 150 Steuart 

Harbor View Hotel, R Herman 

proprietor, cor Baker and Tonquin 
Hogan Patsey, 12 Ellis 
Hughes W H, 108 Steuart 
Hyde J L, 755 Howard 



Ivemeyer H, proprietor New Man- 
hattan Sample Rooms, cor Commer- 
cial and Battery 

Jenkins David, 204 Steuart 

Johnson Andrew, 154 Steuart 

Kasch Henry, 6 Mission 

Klimm A, NE cor Steuart and Folsom 

Knippenberg ER, Steuart and Howard 

Kuppe B ugo, 20 Folsom 

Lukin J A, 446 California 

McKiernan Daniel, 104 Steuart 

Meierhoff & Yaeger (D Meierhoff and J 
Yaeger) 160 Steuart 

Miller & Christensen (Carl Miller and 
Anton Christensen) 515 California 

New Manhattan Sample 

Room, H Ivemeyer proprietor, cor 

Commercial and Battery 
Normann OttO, 411 Bush and 

114 0'Farrell 
Osmer & Co (Charles Osmer, J G W 

SchulteandHH W Stroecker) NE 

cor Folsom and Main 
PereiraS L, 112Halleck 

Pioneer Wine Hall, J c Ha 

berling proprietor, 217 Dupont 

Presidio Railroad Ex- 
change, Charles G Bauer propri- 
etor, west side Baker nr Beach - 

Quitzon, Cashin & Co (V H Quitzon) 
and D M Cashin) 424 Montgomery 

Reidy & Donahue (M Reidy and M H 
Donahue) 156 Steuart 

Reidy & McBrearty (John Reidy and M 
J McBrearty) 52 Steuart 

Reiley W, NW cor Harrison and Spear 

Roheffs C C, 1 Mission 

Sullivan & Donohue (Wm M Sullivan 
and Thos R Donohue) 914 Ellis 

Syversens Martin, NE cor Howard and 
Steuart 

Tomroth Henry, 210 Steuart 

Van Bergen N & Co, 413 and 

415 Clay 
Webster John, 106 Steuart 

Wegner & Quarles, 101 Powell 

cor Ellis 

Whitman Henry, 20 Leidesdorff 

Wilson R N, 24 Howard 
Zimmerman & Matt (C A Zimmerman 
and F Matt) 325 Sixth 

LIQUORS -WHOLESALE 

And U ran C & CO, also native 
wines, 515 and 517 Sacramento 

Friedlander, Behneman & Co (H Fried- 
lander, H Behneman and AMautner) 
221 Sansome 

Haberling C J, 217 Dupont 
Heathcote, Dexter & Co, 

509 Sacramento 

Wolters, Bros & Co, H5 and 

117 Front' 



i S. VAN WINKLE £ CO, 



413-415 
Market St. 



IRON, STEEt, ETC. 



Qtnlt7'0 Walllllt PnemOtlP Warken8 Urayor Sandy Hair and Whiskers to Per- 
OlUll&d IfCllllUl llUdlllCMU Action. Sold by all Druggists and Barbers. 



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Hagan, Manheim & Co (Benj 

Hagan, Isaac Manheim and James W 
Staples) Scottish Union and National 
Insurance Co and National Fire In- 
surance Co of Hartford, '217 Sansome 

Harrison W Creer, manager 

Thames and Mersey Marine Insurance 
Co (limited) of London, Liverpool, 
and Manchester, and president and 
manager Anglo-Nevada Assurance 
Corporation, 410 Pine 
Ha veil Chas D, resident sec Liverpool, 
London Globe Insurance Co, 422 Cali- 
fornia 

Hawes Alexander C, general 

ageut New York Lite Insurance Co, 

220 Sansome 
Hawes B C, city agt Guardian Assur- 
ance Co of London, 406 California 
Hawes Oliver, 227 Sansome 
Houghton J F, president Home 

Mutual Insurance Co of California, 

216 Sansome 
Hoyt 6c Wickes (F T Hoyt and 

G W Wickes) 421 California 
Hunt & Mitchell (J Hunt and T A 

Mitchell) 313 California 

Hutchinson & Mann (Mrs c 

L Hutchinson, H R Mann and John 
Scott Wilson) 322 and 324 Califor- 
nia and 302 Sansome 
Irwin & WatSOn (H D Ir win and 

William Watson) 411 California 
Jacobs & Easton (Julius Jacobs and Geo 
Easton) 423 California 

Jacoby Franz & Co (Franz j a . 

coby and Richard Faraday) Prussian 
National Insurance Co of Stettin and 
Providence Washington Insurance Co 
of Providence, 323 California 

James N T, marine sec tireman'a Fund 
Insurance Company, 401 California 

Jennings Jos C & Co (Jos C Jennings) 
317 California 

Jensen J, 2 Market 

Kelly F A, city agt Western Fire and 
Marine Insurance Co, 409 California 

Kittle N G, vice-pres Union Insurance 
Co of San Francisco, 416 California 

Knight Geo A, insurance commissioner, 
401 California 

Landers John, Manhattan Life Insur- 
ance Co of New York, 410 Califor- 
nia 

Landers William J, 40i Caii 

forma 

LatOn ChaS A, secretary Com- 
mercial Insurance Co of California, 
439 California 

Levy Samuel W, 21 and 23 Battery 

Macdonald William, mana- 
ger Connecticut Fire Insurance Co, 
330 Montgomery 



MaCOndray & CO (Michael Cas- 
tle and James A Robinson) Yangtsze 
Insurance Association and North 
China Insurance Co of China, Louis 
Roederer's Champagne for Pacific 
Coast, also shipping and commission 
merchants and importers, 425 and 427 
Market 

Magill Arthur E, Phoenix Insur- 
ance Co of Hartf rd and Home Insur- 
ance Ce of New York, 221 Sansome 

Magill R H. general agent Home 
Mutual Insurance Co of California, 
216 Sansome 

Maguire A B, Fireman's Fund Insur- 
ance Co of California, 401 California 

MarCUS CeO fit CO (Geo Marcus 
and Frederick Hohwiesner) 232 Cali- 
fornia 

Marks Samuel M, 418 California 

McCormick J W, 324 California 

Mead Calvert, Union Insurance Co, 416 
California 

Moore George A, pres Pacific Mutual 
Life Insurance Co, 418 California 

MullinsC F» manager Commercial 
Union Assurance Co (of London) 
(limited) 210 Sansome 

Munsell James Jr, Mutual Benefit Life 
Insurance Co, 415 Montgomery 

Newhall H M & CO, 309 Sacra- 
mento 

Nutting William R, 330 Pine, rm 33 

Oakley C M, Mutual Reserve Fund of 
New York, 314 Montgomery 

Palmer W J T, Fireman's Fund 
Insurance Co, 401 California 

Parrish Nathan C, Fireman's 
Fund Insurance Co, 401 California 

Patton J N, sec Pacific Mutual Life In- 
surance Co, 418 California 

Pettis William H, mgr California Life 
and Accident Association, 324 Mont- 
gomery 

Philip J M, gen agt Svea Fire Insurance 
Co, 304 California 

Pope Thomas E, asst gen agt iEtna 
Insurance Co, 311 California 

Potter Edward E, sec Sun Insurance Co 
of San Francisco, 415 California 

Raphael L, 402 Front 

Roberts James B, 415 Montgomery 

Rotrosky William, Fireman's Fund In- 
surance Co, 401 California 

Seegen E, 331 Montgomery, rm 29 

Sessions Geo W , sec Western Fire and 
Marine Insurance Co, 409 California 

Sexton William assistant mana- 
ger The Lion Fire Insurance Co of Lon- 
don, 315 Sansome 

Sheldon M L Mrs, 322 California 

Shepard J L N, vice-pres Home Mutual 
Insurance Co, 402 Front 



BARNARD'S 



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46 O'FARRELL ST., 8. F. 



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816 Market St., S. F. Send for Samples of New 
dtoods and Self-measurement Rules— Sent Free. 



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Staples David 

man's Fund insui 



Smith & MOOdy (A D Smith and 
Chas A Moody) 317 California 

SnOW H W, manager Southern Cal- 
ifornia Insurance Co, 324 Montgom- 
ery 

Spencer Geo VV, mgr Manchester Fire 
Assurance Co, 31b* California 

Speyer Walter, North German Insur- 
ance Co of Hamburg, 435 California 

Speyer & HerOld (Morns Speyer 
and Rudolph Herold Jr) 415 Cali- 
fornia 

d J, president Fi 
ranee (Jo, 401 Cali 
fornia 

Stevens John H, manager ^Etna 
Life Insurance Co, 315 California 

Stillman Alfred, gen mgr Pacific Insur- 
ance Union, 401 California 

Stone Frank F, 209 Sansome 

StOry ChaS R> secretary Home 
Mutual Insurance Co of California, 
216 Sansome 

Swain A G> Life and Accident In- 
surance, 126 Kearny 

Swain & Elliott (H C Swain and 
W G Elliott) city agents Lion, Orient 
and Washington Fire Insurance Cos, 
215 Sansome 

Syz Harry W (Harry WSyzand 
Gust A Fill) 410 California 

Taylor Ch, pres Sun Insurance Co 
of San Francisco, 428 California 

Thannhauser & Co (Sigmund M and 
August Thannhauser and Frederick 
Heiir.bruch) 311 California 

Thomas Eugene & CO, Bor- 
deaux Board of Underwriters, 617 and 
619 Sansome 

Touchard Gustave, pres Union Insur- 
ance Co, 416 California 

Troy P, 216 Sansome 

Wade William M, 214 Sansome 

WeStwater Robert, secretary 
Universal Accident Indemnity Co, 423 
California 

Wheeler C H, vice-president Uni- 
versal Accident Indemnity Co of Cal- 
ifornia, 423 California 

White P J, president Western Fire 
and Marine Insurance Co of Califor 
nia, 40.) California 

Whiting Jas W, Phcenix Insurance Co 
of Hartford and Home Insurance Co 
of New York, 221 Sansome 

Wilkins J S, Connecticut Mutual Life 
Insurance Co, 315 Cal fornia 

Wise John H, president Commer- 
cial Insurance Co of California, 439 
California 

Wolf A, 4-14 California 

Woods Edwin L, Union Marine and 
Maritime Insurance Co, 219 Sansome 



INSURANCE 

(See Brokers- 



BROKERS 

■Insurance.) 



INSURANCE COMPA- 
NIES 

/Etna (of Hartford) George C Board- 
man general agent, Thos E Pope as- 
sistant general agent, Geo W Burns 
special agent, 311 California 

/Etna Life, John H Stevens man- 
ager, 315 California 

Allemania (of New York) 322 Califor- 
nia 

Alliance Marine, Parrott & Co agts, 
306 California 

Amazon (of Cincinnati) Smith & 
Moody agents, 317 California 

American (of Newark, N J) Balfour 
Guthrie & Co agts, 316 California 

American Central (of St Louis) 

Smith & Moody agents, 317 California 

American Eagle (of the United 

States) Wm Beeman president, Mar- 
tin C Theilman secretary, 123 Cali- 
fornia 

American Fire (of Philadelphia) 

429 California 

American Steam Boiler 

Brown, Craig & Co general managers, 
429 California 

American Surety Co, Brown, 

Craig & Co general managers, 429 Cal- 
ifornia 

Anglo-Nevada Assurance 

Corporati n, W Greer Harrison 
president and manager, C P Farnfield 
secretary, 410 Pine 

Atlas Assurance Co (of Lon- 
don) H MNewhall & Co general agents, 
309 Sansome 

Boatman's Fire and Marine, 322 Cali- 
fornia 

Bordeaux Board of Underwriters, Eugene 
Ihomas & Co agts, 617 and 619 San- 
some 

Boston and Philadelphia Board of Under- 
writers, J S Bacon agt, 318 California 

Boston Marine, J N Knowles agt, 28 
California 

Boston Underwriters, Ed E Potter gen 
agt, 428 California 

Bowery (of New York) Oliver Hawes 
agt, 227 Sansome 

British America Assur- 
ance CO (°f Toronto) Butler & 
Haldan general agents, 413 California 

British and Foreign Marine (limited) 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co agts, 316 Cal- 
ifornia 

Caledonian (of Edinburgh) Balfour, 
Guthrie & Co agts, 316 California 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



C. R. THOMPSON, 

Treas. Cal. S-i"e Deposit & Trust Company. 
JAMES E. CORDON, 

Gordon Hardw. e Cbwf , iy. 
ALBERT MONTPELLIEB, 

Manager Giar-'ecs' Bank of California. 
MORRIS NEWTON, 

Newton Kro. . Wholesale Grocers. 
PHILIP I FISHER. 

Member of the tirni of Levi Strauss & Co. 
J. M. RUFt'l.\CJTO\, 

President Y. M. C. A., Oakland. 
C. R. PARCEEL.S, 

Manager Hall's Safe and Lock Co. 
C. W. HATHAWAY, 

Formerly of Hathaway's Wharf, S. F. 
Col. C. E. TAYLOR, 

President "Sun" iDSi'rance Company. 
C1EO. W. SCOTT, 

Member of the firm of Siason, Crocker & Co. 
GEORGE H. COLLINS, 

Higi'ins & Coll'us, Lumber Dealers. 
W. M. STARR, 

Starr & Co., Millers. 
JOHN T. McLEAN, M.D. 

Alau eda. 
F. G. CON KLIN, 

Cal ; ' irn'a Glove Company. 
COLIN ROSS, 

San Francisco Savings Union. 
ROLLA V. WATT, 

City Aseut, Smith & Moody Agency, 

HARVEY W. SNOW, President, 

General Agent Southern Cal. Fire lag. Co. 

W. H. PETTIS, 

Secretary and General Manager. 



HOME OFFICE OF THE 




LIFE AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

No. 328 Montgomery Street. 



&N FRANOlSCO, 









(SAFE DEPOSIT BUILDING.) 

(Incorporated under California Laws,) 



CALIFORNIA. 



■ 



CLASS PREFERRED. 



$5,000 Accident Insurance, with $25 Weekly indemnity, at an Annual Cost of $17. 

All other classes, according to Occupation and Amount of Insurance, at proportionately Low rates. 
Over $io,ooo.oo paid for Accidental Injuries within the last two years. Every Accident Claim 
been paid in full, from day of organization. 
Agents wanted in every town in the State. ["OVEr 

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iyifi® and jieeidlentl j^susKftgiaiySiKni. 

(Incorporated under California Laws) 
SAFE DEPOSIT BUILDING, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL 




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II Iti HiJ I li U II II IN II It! W U 




OUR SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES. 

Endowment at 75 years of age. 

Purely Mutual Insurance at cost. 
Equitably Graded Rates. 

Carefully Selected Memben 

Dividends paid annually, after Fifth Yeai 

Reserve Fund Deposit. 

An Open Ledger, 

A Board of Trustees 

To protect the Reserve and Contiugen 

Funds. 

No Stockholders to Absorb th« 
Earnings. 

Over Twenty-five Million Dollars Paid An 
nually by Assessment Companies in 
the United States to Benefici- 
aries of deceased members. 



Equitable to All 

A Leading Feature of this Association i: 
that members at all times pay the propor 
tionate cost of their insurance: new memben 
will never be required to pay more than cos 
to malre up the deficit caused by old mem 
bers not paying the cost of insurance. 

Our System of Mutual Benefits is similar to Fire Insurance — the insured paying premiums 
according to the risk, and renewing the insurance from time to time by paying the assessment. 

The California Life and Accident Association 

is Best among all the New Systems for Economical Life and Accident Benefits. Takes risks 
"rom $1,000 to $5,000 in each Department, on Good Lives only. 
Has paid all Claims promptly from commencement of business. 

OUR GUARANTEE RESERVE FUND SYSTEM 

Vlakes even the last man sure of his money. Our system acknowledged to be most complete and per- 
ect. All certificates paid as ENDOWMENT at the age of 75 years. 



)oa/th oi 'Jsfcuateea : 



C. R. THOMPSON, 

Treas. Cal. Safe Deposit and Trust Co. 

JAMES E. GORDON, 

Gordon Hardware Co. 

ALBERT MONTPELLIER, 

Manager Granger's Bank of California. 

MORRIS NEWTON, 

Newton Bros., wholesale grocers. 

PHILIP I. FISHER, 



J. M. BUFFINGTON, 
President Y. M. C. A., Oakland. 

C. B. PARCELLS. 

Manager Hall's Safe & Lock Co. 

C. W. HATHAWAY, 

Formerly of Hatha way's Wharf, S. F. 

COL. C. L. TAYLOR, 

President " Sun " Insurance Co. 

GEO. W. SCOTT, 



GEORGE H. COLLINS, 

Higgins & Collins, Lumber Dealers. 

W. M. STARR. 

Starr & Co., Millers. 

JOHN T. McLEAN, M.D., 

Alameda. 

F. G. CONKLIN, 

California Glove Company. 

COLIN ROSS, 

lember of the firm of Levi Strauss & Co. Member of the firm of Sisson, Crocker & Co. San Francisco Savings Union. 

'. H. PETTIS, Secretary, ROLLA V. WATT, HARVEY D. SNOW, President, 

And Gen. Manager, City Agent, Smith & Moody Agency. Gen. Ag't Southern Cal. Fire Ins. Co. 

HENRY GIBBONS, Jr., M.D., Medical Director. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



421-427 Market St. Buggies, Carriages. 
Bennett Jump Seats sold to the Trade. 



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California, C T Hopkins pres, L L 
Bromwell sec, 31S California 

California Life and Accident Association, 
Wm H Pettis mgr, 32-t Montgomery 

California Underwriters' Association, 
414 California 

Canton (of Hong Kong) (limited) Parrott 
& Co, Henry H Nagle mgr, 306 Cali- 
fornia 

Charter Oak Life, Frank Eno atty, 528 
California 

China Traders (limited) Williams, 
Dimond & €o agts, 202 Market and 
3 Pine, rms 2 and 3 

Citizens', 322 California 

City of London Fire, w J 

Callingham agent, 213 and 215 San- 
some 
Commercial (of California) John 
H Wise president, Chas A Laton sec- 
retary, 439 California 

Commercial Union Assur- 
ance CO (°f London) (limited) C 
F Mullins manager, 210 Sansome 

Connecticut Fire (of Hartford) 

William Macdonald manager, 330 

Montgomery 
Connect cut Mutual Life (of Hartford) 

J S Wilkins gen agt, 315 California 
Continental, 322 California 

Deutscher Lloyd Marine 

(of Berlin) Harry W Syz general 
agent, 410 California 
Donnell AC& CO, 318 California 

Dusseldorfer Marine (of 

Dusseldorf) Harry W Syz general 

agent, 410 California 
Equitable Life, Wm D Garland mgr, 

240 Montgomery 
Farragut, 322 California 

Fidelity and Casualty (of 

New York) James R Garniss general 
agent, 219 Sansome 

Fire Association (of Phiiadei- 

pnia) Chas A Laton general agent, 439 

California 
Fire Insurance Asso'n, 322 California 
Fireman's, 322 California 

Fireman's Fund (fire and marine) 
David J Staples president, Alpheus 
Bull vice-president, William J Dutton 
secretary, E W Carpenter assistant 
secretary, 401 California 

Franklin Fire (of Philadelphia) Ed E 
Potter gen agt, 428 California 

German (of Philadelphia) Jacobs & Eas- 
ton gen agts, 423 California 

German American, Tom C Grant agt, 
213 Sansome 

German Land and Cattle 

Co, J H N Turn Suden president, 
Martin C Theilmaun secretary, 123 
California 



Germania, 322 California 

Cermania Fire (of New York) 

Gutte & Frank general agents, 307 

California 
Germania Life, Julius Jacobs gen agt, 

423 California 
Germanic Lloyds, Muecke & Co agts, 

319 California 
Girard Fire, 322 California 
Glens Falls, Jacobs & Easton gen agts, 

423 California 

Great Western Marine (of 

New York) Gutte & Frank general 
agents, 307 California 

Guardian Assurance Co (of 

London) Wm J Landers agent, 401 
California 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire, 

Speyer & Herold general agents, 415 
California 

Hamburg-Magdebu rg 

Fire (of Hamburg) Gutte & Frank 

general agents, 307 California 
Hartford Fire, H K Belden actg mgr, 

313 California 
Hartford Life and Annuity, R J Pennel 

gen agt, 3 Post 
Hartford Steam Boiler and Inspection, 

322 California 

Helvetia Swiss Fire (of St 

Gall) Harry W Syz general agent, 410 
California 
Home (of New York) A E Magill agt, 
2_'l Sansome 

Home Accident Associa- 
tion, Win H 0,uinn president, J 
Cadman secretary, 204 Montgomery 

Home Benefit Life Associ- 
ation, Saui'l Baker president, Wm I 
Morgan s ■cretary, 204 Montgomery 

Home Mutual (of California) JF 
Houghton president, Chas R Story 
secretary, R H Magill general agent, 
216 Sansome 

Hopkins & Bromwell (C T Hopkins and 
L L Bromwell) 318 California 

Howard (of New York) Oliver Hawes 
agt, 227 Sansome 

Imperial Fire (of London) Robert 
Dickson manager, 441 California 

Internal ional Marine (of Liverp^l) 
Donaldson & Co agts, 319 California 

La Fonciere Marine, 322 California 

Lion Fire (of London) George D 
Dornin manager, 215 Sansome 

Liverpool & London & 

ClObe, Chas D Haven secretary, 
422 California 

Lloyd Generate Italia no 

Marine (of Genoa) Harry W Syz 
general agent, 410 California 
Lloyd's Plate Glass, Brown, Craig & Co 
gen mgrs, 429 California 



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715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen once used by another. 



ROSEWOOD, LIGNUM-VIT/E, BOXWOOD. 



JOHN WlfcMORE, 

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London Assurance Corpo- 
ration ( OI London) Robert Dickson 
manager, 441 California 

London & Lancashire f ire (of Liverpool) 
Balfour, Guthrie & Co agts, 316 Cal- 
ifornia 

London & Northwestern Fire (of Man- 
chester, England) Hutchinson & Mann 
gen agts, 322 California 

London & Provincial Fire 

(of Lt-ndon) (limited) Harry \V Syz 
general agent, 410 California 
Loudon & Provincial Marine, 322 Cali- 
fornia 

Magdeburg General 

(marine) (of Magdeburg) National 
Marine Insurance Association (of Lon- 
don) (limited) and Great Western (of 
New York) 307 California 

Manchester Fire Assurance Co (of Man- 
chester) Balfour, Guthrie & Co agts, 
316 California 

Manhattan Life (of New York) John 
Landers myr, 410 California 

Mannheim Marine (of Mann 

heim) Geo Marcus & Co agents, 232 

California 
Merchants (of Newark) Jacobs & a- 

ton gen agts, 423 California 
Metropolitan Plate Glass, 322 California 
Mutual (of New Orleans) Jos C Jennings 

agt, 317 California 
Mutual Benefit Life (of Newark, IN J) 

James Munsell Jr agt for Pacific Coast, 

415 Montgomery 

Mutual Benefit Life Asso- 
ciation (°f America) Carlton & 
Thurman managers Pacific Coast 
department, 26 Montgomery, home 
office 240 Broadway, N Y 

Mutual Life (of New York) A B 
Forbes general manager, 214 Sansome 

Mutual Reserve Fund (of New York) C 
M Oakley gen agt, 314 Montgomery 

National Assurance (of ire- 
laud) H M Newhall & Co general 
agents, 309 Sansome 

National Fire(ofHartford)Hagan, 
Manheim & Co agents, 217 Sansome 

National Fire M New York) w J 

Dutton general agent, 401 California 

National Marine (of London) 

Gutte & Frank agents, 307 California 

New England Mutual Life, 

Henry K Field general agent, 324 
Montgomery 

New Hampshire Fire (of Man- 
chester, N H) Jos C Jennings & Co 
general agents, 317 California 

New Orleans, 322 California 

New Swiss Lloyd Marine 

(of Winterthur) Harry W Syz general 
; j < t, 410 California 



New York Bowery. Oliver Hawes agt, 
227 Sansome 

New York Life (of New York) 
Alexander G Hawes manager, 220 
Sansome 

New York Metropolitan, Smith & Snow 
agts, 320 California 

New York Underwriters' Agency, com- 
posed of the Hanover & Citizens' Fire 
Insurance Cos (of New York) Cesar 
Bertheau mgr, Hy Balzer & Co agts, 
209 Sansome 

New Zealand Fire and Marine, Hugh 
Craig mgr, 412 California 

Niagara (of New York) Syeyer & Her- 
oic! agts, 415 California 

Niagara Fire (of New York) 

Smith & Moody agents, 317 California 
North British and Mercantile, Tom C 

Grant agt, 213 Sansome 
North China (of China) Macondray 

& Co agts, 204 and 206 Sansome 
North German Fire, Walter Speyer, 435 

California 
Northern Assurance, Hoyt & Wickes 

city agts, 421 California 

Northern Assurance Cor- 
poration (of London and Aber- 
deen) Robert Dickson manager, 441 
California 

Northwestern Masonic Aid Association 
(of Chicago) C A Bond solicitor, 323 
California 

Northwestern Mutual Life, R W Abbott 
gen agt, 215 Sansome 

Northwestern National (of 

Milwaukee) Smith & Moody agents, 
317 California 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society 
(of England) Falkner, Bell & Co agts, 
410 California 

Oakland Home, Hoyt & Wickes mgrs 
San Francisco department, 421 Cali- 
fornia 

Orient (of Hartford) Geo D Dornin 
manager, 215 Sansome 

Pacific Fire(of New York) Smith 
& Moody agent3, 317 California 

Pacific Insurance Union, Alfred Still- 
man gen mgr, 401 California 

Pacific Mutual Life, Geo A Moor pres, 
J N Patton sec, 418 California 

Pacific Surety Co (of Caiifor 

nia) Wallace Everson president, E F 
Green secretary, 328 Montgomery, 
rm 4 

Pennsylvania, 322 California 

Pennsylvania Fire (of Philadelphia) 
Hunt & Mitchell gen agts, 313 Cali- 
fornia 

People's, 322 California 

Phoenix (of Hartford) A E Magill agt, 
221 Sansome 



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Phoenix (of Brooklyn) Brown, Craig 
& (Jo agents, 429 California 

Phoenix Assurance (of Lon- 
don) Butler & Haidan general agents, 
413 California 

Providence Washington 

(Providence, R I) Franz Jacoby & Co 
general agents, San Francisco, 323 
California 

Prussian National (of Stettin) 

Franz Jacoby & Co general agents, 

323 California 
Queen Fire (°f Liverpool) Robert 

Dickson manager, 441 California 
Reliance Marine (of Liverpool) (limited) 

Henry Lund & Co agts, 214 California 
Royal Norwich Union and Lancashire 

Fire, Falkner, Bell & Co gen agts, 

410 California 

Scottish Union and Na- 
tional* Hagan, Manheim & Co 
agents, 217 Sansome 

Sea (limited) (marine) Meyer, Wilson & 
Co agts, 210 Battery 

Self-Endowment and Life Association, 
F M Freund sec, 1032 Market 

South British and National 
Hre and Marine, w J Cal- 

lingham agent, 213 and 215 Sansome 

Southern California (of Los 

Angeles, Cal) H C Sigler president, 
Matthew Long secretary, H W Snow 
manager, San Francisco, 324 Mont- 
gomery 
St Paul Fire and Marine, 322 California 

Standard Marine (of Liverpool) 

(limited) W J Callingham agent, 213 
Sansome 

State Investment and In- 
surance CO, A J Bryant presi- 
dent, Charles H dishing secretary, 
218 and 220 Sansome 

Sun (lire and marine) C L Taylor pres, 
Ed E Potter sec, 428 California 

Sun Mutual (of New Orleans) Joseph C 
Jennings & Co agts, 317 California 

SWISS Marine (Switzerland of 
Zurich, Helvetia of St Gall and Baloise 
of Basle) Harry W Syz general agent, 
410 California 

Teutonia, 322 California 

Thames and Mersey Ma- 
rine (limited) W Greer Harrison 
manager, 410 Pine 

The Accident (of North Amer- 
ica) Irwin & Watson managers Pacific 
department, 41] California 

The American Fire (of Phila- 
delphia) Brown, Craig & Co agents, 
429 California 

The Danube Imperial Royal (privileged) 
Austrian (of Vienna) Hy Balzer & 
Co gen agts, 209 Sansome 



The Insurance (of the state of 

Pennsylvania) Brown, Craig & Co 

agents, 429 California 
The LiOn Fire (of London) Geo 
• D Dorniu manager, 215 Sansome 
The Marine (of London) (limited) Geo 

W McNear agt, 20 Caliiornia 
The North German Fire (of Hamburg) 

Walter Speyer gen agt, 435 California 

The People's Accident As- 
sociation (of California) C W 
Swain president, T B Gillum vice- 
president, L H Valentine treasurer, 
A G Swain secretary and general 
manager, 126 Kearny 

The Strarts Marine (of Sing- 
apore) Geo Marcus & Co agents, 232 
California 

The Washington Life (of New York) 
John H Gray gen agt, 311 California 

Traders' (of Chicago) Hoyt & Wickes 
mgrs, 421 California 

Transatlantic Fire (of Ham- 
burg) Geo Marcus & Co agents, 232 
California 

Transatlantic Marine (of Berlin) (lim- 
ited) Thannhauser & Co gen agts, 311 
California 

Travelers' Life and Acci- 
dent, Walter W Haskell general 
agent, 242 Montgomery 

Underwriters' Fire Patrol Inspection 
Bureau, F H Porter chief surveyor, 
Geo W Harrison first assistant sur- 
veyor, Geo C Sutton second assistant 
surveyor, F W Dickson clerk, 318 Cali- 
fornia 

Union and Maritime, E L Woods gen 
agt, 219 Sansome 

Union, Gustave Touchard pres, James 
D Bailey sec, C P Farufield gen agt, 
416 California 

United Fire Re-Insurance, 322 California 

Union Mutual Life (of Portland, Maine) 
Jabez Bowes mgr, 329-333 Pine 

Union Society (of Canton) (limited) 
Page Bros agts, 408 California 

United States Fire, D L Beck & Sons 
agts, 219 Front 

United States Life, J W Howell mgr, H 
T Ames supt agencies, 235 Kearny 

Universal Marine (of London) (limited) 
Wilfred B Chapman agt, 17 California 

Washington Fire and Ma- 
rine (of Boston) Geo D Dornin man- 
ager, 215 Sansome 

Washington Life (of New York) John 
H Gray gen agt, 311 California 

Westchester Fire, Franz Ja- 
coby & Co city agents, 323 California 

Western Assurance Co 

(of Toronto) Butler & Haidan gen- 
eral agents, 413 California 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, • 



314 SPEAR 

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Western Fire and Marine 

(of California) P J White president, 
John Fay vice-president, Geo W Ses- 
sion secretary, 409 California 
Williamsburgh City Fire (of New York) 
Ed E Potter gen agt, 4'2S California 

Yangtze Insurance Asso- 
ciation (of China) Macon dray & 
Co agents, 425 and 427 Market 



INTERPRETERS 

Durand A, 523 Kearny 
Poirson E, 234 Montgomery 



INVENTORS. 

Dannmeyer M, 1418 Market 

Drake C S, ; dso general manager of 

the Automatic Railway Switch, 6 

Eddy 
Inventors' Institute, A B Smith mgr, 

105 Stockton 
Redstone A E, 1509 Market 
StOltZ David' also walnut cosmetic 

and dealer in barbers' supplies, lOSi 

O'Farrell 
TamblingWH, 132 Hayes 



IRON AND STEEL 
Baker & Hamilton, nw cor 

Pine and Davis 

BlackDiamond Steel 

Works- Park Bro & Co proprie- 
tors, 10 Pine 

Carplan, Cory&Co, H7andii9 

California 
California Iron & Steel Co, Egbert 

Judson pres, George O Davis sec, 

office 202 Market 
Doble Abner, 13 and 15 Fremont 
Dunham, Carrigan & Co, 17 and 19 

Gibbs George W & Co, 33-37 Fremont 

riolbrook Merrill & Stet- 
son. 225-229 Market 

Huntington, Hopkins & Co, cor Bush 
and Market 

Judson Manufacturing Co, 8 Pine 

Linforth James, n° Front 
Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 
Morris & Varney (H D Morris and T H 
B Varney) 22 and 24 Fremont 

Oregon Iron and Steel Co. 

S R Church agent, 309 California 

Pacific Rolling Mill Co, 202 

M arket 



Park Brother & CO, manufact- 
urers Black Diamond Steel of Pitts- 
burgh, Pa, office and warehouse 10 
Pine 

PenningtonC W &, ESons, 

219 Main 
Roebling's John A Sons Company, S V 
Mooney agt, 14 Drumm 

Seeley. Church & Co (U See- 
ley Jr and S R Church) manufactur- 
ers' agents, 309 California 

Selby Thomas H & Co (Henry S Austin 
and Alanson H Phelps) 220 and 222 
Mission 

Smith Francis & CO (Francis 
Smith) 130Beale 

Tay Ceorge H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

Van Winkle I 3 & Co. ±13 and 

415 Market 



IRON AND STEEL.— JAM ES LINFORTH, 
sole agent for Sybry, Searles & Co., Sheffield, 
.Mining, and other Steels. Pacific Cast Steel 
Wedges and Sledges. 116 Front Street. 



W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

Importers of 

Galvanized anil Common Sleet-Iron, 

All Sizes and Numbers. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 

Market Street, San Francisco. 



IRON BEDSTEADS 
Clark Truman S & Son, 21 

New Montgomery 



IRON FENCES AND 
RAILINGS 

Jung John C, 110 Main 

Kittredge A G, IS and 20 Fremont 



IRON FOUNDRIES 

(See IronWorks.) 



IRON PIPE 

(See also Gas Pipe, Water Pipe, etc.) 

Allen W R & Co, «* Market 

Froehch C Jr, 202 Market 

Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 
Richards Seth, 39-43 Stevenson 
Selby Thos H & Co, 220 and 222 Mission 

Smith Francis & Co, 130 

Beale 
Steen E T, 113 and 115 Mission 



ALL High Explosives 



ARE IMITATIONS OF GIANT POWDER. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Gen. Agents, S. P. 



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W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

Importers of 

GAS AND WATER IRON PIPE, 

And Pipe Fittings, all sizes. 

309, 311, 313, 315 and 317 

Market Street, San Francisco. 



IRON WORKS 

/Etna, L M Starr proprietor, 217-221 
Fremont 

Atlas. J B Jardine proprietor, 213 
and 215 Mission 

Axford William, proprietor Mis- 
sion Iron Foundry, Harrison bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth 

Bay City, Bigelow & Little pro- 
prietors, 103 and 105 Fremont and 
323 and 325 Mission 

Booth H J, Marysville Foundry, office 
113 Leidesdorff 

Brady M, 109 First 

City, Joshua Hendy proprietor, NE 
cor Vallejo and Sansoine 

Coit & Folsom, agts Reading Iron 
Works (Penn) 10 California 

Columbia Foundry, Reese Llewellyn 
propr, 133 and 135 Beale 

Empire Foundry and Ma- 
chine Works, Savage, Son & 
Co proprietors, 135-143 Fremont 

Eureka, Anton Pfeiffcr proprietor, 
317 and 319 Howard 

Fulton, Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes 
proprietors, 220 Fremont 

Gibbs George W & Co (Geo W and 
Fred A G bbs and E A Selfridge) 33- 
37 Fremont 

Globe Iron Works Co, f p 

Bacon president, F H Page secretary, 
222 and 224 Fremont 

Golden State and Miners', 

W L Palmer president, H B Angell 
superintendent, 2^7-251 First 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes 

(D B Hinckley, James Spiers and 

D E Hayes) proprietors Fulton Iron 

Works, office 220 Fremont 
Industrial, T A and John McCormick 

proprs, 229-235 Beale 
Main Street, William Deacon propr, 

131-135 Main 
Marshutz & Cantrell (L C Marshutz and 

F G Cantrell) National Iron Works, 

NW cor Main and Howard 
Mechanics' Foundry, John C Quinn 

propr, 217 and 219 First 

Mission Iron Foundry, Wm 

Axford proprietor, Harrison bet 
Eighteenth and Nineteenth 



Mixer George H, Novelty Iron 
Works, 117 and 119 Main 

Muir A, Marine Iron Works, 1015 Bat- 
tery 

Nutting Calvin Jr, Pioneer Iron Works, 
227 and 229 Main 

Occidental Foundry, steiger 

& Kerr proprietors, 137 First 

Oesten C & Son, 209 Main 

Pacific, Rankin, Brayton & Co pro- 
prietors, 127 First 
Pacific Iron aud Nail Co, 258 Market 
Pendergast James, 307 and 309 Folsom 
Pendergast Thomas, propr Howard Iron 

Works, 461 Howard 
Pfeiffer Anton, proprietor Eureka 

Iron Works, 317 and 319 Howard 
Ralston H & J (Henry and John) 151 
and 153 Beale 

Rankin, Brayton & Co (Ira 

Rankin and A P Brayton) proprietors 
Pacific Iron Works, 127 First 

Risdon Iron and Locomo 

tive Works, W H Taylor presi- 
dent, Joseph Mo>re superintendent, 
SE cor Beale and Howard 

San Francisco, Fred Sefrin, 203 Fre- 
mont 

Savage, Son & CO (Richard and 
John E Savage and George M Pinck- 
ard) Empire Foundry, 135-143 Fre- 
mont 

Small Isaac H, 574 Brannan 

Starr L M, proprietor iEtna Iron 
Works, 217-221 Fremont 

Steiger & Kerr (C R Steiger and 
J W Kerr) proprietors Occidental 
Foundry, 137 First 

Stuhr & White (L Stuhr and S White) 
423 Mission 

Taylor & Flint (James H Taylor and 
Edward D Flint) 26 Beale 

The Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Works, 39-51 Fre- 
mont 

Thomson & Evans (John 

Thomson and C H Evans) also engi- 
neers and machinists, steam pumps, 
steam engines, etc, 110 and 112 
Beale 

Thompson Bros (Thomas and Thornton) 
Eureka Foundry, 129 and 131 Beale 

Tobey Curtis, Metropolitan Foundry, 
204 Townsend 

Union, G W Prescott president, Irv- 
viDg M Scott manager, J O'B Gunn 
secretary, office 401 Market, factory 
Potrero 

Union Brass and Iron 

Works, Philip Giovannini and 
Francis Osterloh, 105 Fremont 
Western (J F Sims and W B Morris) 
123 and 125 Beale 



Moretti & Trezzini, FRESCO ARTISTS, PXK£W. 



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Clark N & Sons, 1358 Market, 

office 22 California 



GLADDING,McBEAN8cC0. 

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Tall On C J, 123 California, rm 16 

IRRIGATION AND CA 
NAL COMPANIES 

San Joaquin and King's River, C Z Mer- 
ritt sec, 533 Kearny, rm 1 



IVORY GOODS 

JackSOn R W, 51S Clay and 614 

Market 
Kevvning John, 10 Stevenson 
Meyer J G H, 320 Kearny 



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JAPANESE AND 
NESE GOODS 

Deardorf Frank, 120 Sutter, rm SO 
Ichi Ban, F Cormack manager, 

wholesale and retail, 15 and 17 Post 

and 618 Market 
Japanese Art Repository, G T Marsh, 

625 Market 
King Lee& CO, 410 Kearny 

Mendelson Brothers, 36 Cai 



JAPANNERIES 

Short Rose Mrs, 240 Fremont 



JAPANNERS 

Lee John & Co, 34 Main 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

JELLY. 
Nectar Jelly Co, McD Elliott 

manager, 415 Stockton 



JEWELERS- IMPORTERS 
AND MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Adams W H, 9 Geary 
Ahn Robert H, 313 Bush 
Andrews A, propr The Diamond Pal- 
ace, 221 Montg ■mery 

Aufrichtig Moritz, 116 Sixth 

Baehr Wra, 649 Sacramento 

Barrett & Sherwood (W Jas 

Sherwood) 140 Montgomery 
Bellemere A, 331 Kearny 



Bohm W, 204 Stockton 
Brand H J, 230 Kearny, rms 4 and 5 
Braverman Louis & Co (Louis Braver- 
man) 1 19 Montgomery 
BnjannoffR, 9 Lick place 
Chapman H, 60S Merchant 
Charmak H, 846 Market 
Clausen Francis H, 410 Kearny 

DaviS A & Son (August and 
Joseph) 20S Kearny 

Davis Bros, Toklas & Co, 10 

.Sutter 

Dinkelspiel S B & Co (J s 

Dinkelspiel, D E Josephi and J Haber) 

116 Sutter 
Ellean Henry, 20S Sutter 
Goldberg Max, 53S Kearny 
Green Abraham, 230 Kearny, rms 4 and 5 

Creenzwieg George & Co, 

(George Greenzwieg) 122 and 124 San- 
some • 

Haskell & Muegge (R R Haskell and J 
H Muegge) 206 Kearny 

Hirschman Adolph, 113 Sutter 

Hirshtield R, 22 Sansome 

Isaacson G J, 115 Sixth 

Kertell & Caplan (Geo A Kertell and 
Henry R Caplan) 126 Kearny 

Koehler & Phillips (A Koehjer 

and J N Phillips) also diamond set- 
ters, 13 Trinity 
Laird David W, 27 Post 

Lalande Arsene, 420 Sutter 

Larsen & Wilson (P C Larsen and W 
Wilson) 201 Kearny 

Levison ^Bros (H Levison, J T Bone- 
stell, <T Marcus and W P Morgan) 134 
Sutter 

Levy John & CO, also watches, 
clocks and silverware, 118 Mont- 
gomery 

Lewis A J, 106 and 10S Montgomery 

Lindemann C H, 13 Trinity 

Luudy T, 7 and 9 Third 

Manning Wm, S04 Market 

Mathieu & Maison (A Mathieu aud L A 

Maison) 328 Bush 
Miller L Jr, ; diO diamond setter, 

112 Sutter 
Moncisvaia & Jones (C Moncisvais and 

Wm Jones) 339 Kearny 

Morris B & Co, noj Sutter 

Myer A W, 1014 Market 

Neidhardt — , 13 Trinity 

Neuman Albert, 9 Geary 

Newman Julius, 120 Sutter 

Pacific Jewelry Co, Newman & Samuel 

proprs, 6 Battery 
Pembroke S J, 212 O'Farrell 
Pingel C G, 344 Kearny 
Poblmann &*Heiduska (Gus Pohlmann 

and Ferdinand Heiduska) 417 Kearny 






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Randolph & Co (R B Gray) 101 and 103 

Sutter 
Raphael Nat M & Co (Nat M Raphael 

and Henry Myers) 732 and 734 

Market and 102 Kearny 
Rapp Adolph, 9 Geary 
Richter A, 622 Merchant 
Ritter Chas A, 120 Sutter 

Rothschild & Hadenfeldt 

(L Rothschild and C Hadenfeldt) y 
Hardie place 

Rudolph Charles, 112 Sutter 

San Francisco Jewelry Manufactory, 
David W Laird propr, 27 Post 

Shreve Ceo C & Co (Geo C 

Shreve, Ceo Bonney and A J Lewis) 
NE cor Montgomery and Sutter and 
215-219 Bush 

Simons Peter B & Son (Peter 

B Simons and G Stuart) 120 Sutter 

Smith Gilbert, 339 Kearny 

Sondheim S, 120 Sutter 

Stern J W & Co (J W and Joseph Stern) 
213 Pine 

Sundheim & Fuchs (F Sundheim and D 
Fuchs) 13 Trinity 

SvilOvichAntOniO, 407 Twenty- 
fourth 

Tipson William A, 434 Pine 

Titcomb A C & Co (A C Titcomb) 24 
Post 

Tuckey Bros (A R and H W) 13 
Trinity 

Tuckey & Parsons (Alfred Tuckey and 
Henry Parsons) 205 Montgomery 

Vanderslice W K & Co (W K Vander- 
slice and Kenneth Melrose) 136 Sut- 
ter 

Wagner Ferdinand, 223 Kearny 

WunSCh Wl & Co(M Wunsch, 
Theo Kirchhoff and Aug Heilbronuer) 
111 Sutter 

Zacharias M & Co (M Zacharias) 308 
Kearney 



K0EHLER& PHILLIPS, 

MANUFACTURING 

Jewelers & Diamond Setters, 

Repairing Promptly and Neatly Done, 

No. 13 Trinity Street, 

Between Bush and Sutter, above Montgomery, 
SAN FRANCISCO. 



C. H. UNDEMANN, 

Manufacturing Jeweler, 

Diamond Setter, 

No. 13 Trinity Street, 

Bet. Sutter and Bush, above Montgomery, S. F. 

Diamond Work a specialty. 

Orders promptly attended to. 



JEWELERS -RETAIL 

(See Watchmakers and Jewelers.) 



JEWELRYCASE MANU- 
FACTURERS 

Lochbaum AH, 134 Sutter 
MuhS AntOniO, 208 Sutter 



Importer and manufacturer of 

CASES FOR JEWELRY 

AND SILVERWARE, 
208 Sutter Street, 

Above Kearny Street, 
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 

JUNK DEALERS. 

Adams Joseph W, 566 Mission 
Ahnert & Co (August Ahnert and Louis 

Stinmiller) 31S Francisco 
Arata Stefano, 1526 Stockton 
Borella Ang, cor Broadway and Kearny 
Bryson C W, 527 Fourth 
Callahan Charles, 12S and 130 Folsom 
Cohen Marks, 868 and 870 Howard 
Deniau Paul, 436 Broadway 
Edmonds J, 5 Clay 
Fike & Norton (Nathan Fike and Reuben 

Norton) 740 Pacific 
Foard Lorentz, 3 and 5 Steuart 
Friedberg N S, 1026 Howard 
Friedman Solomon, 183 Sixteenth 
Glasko Morris, 1628i Mission 
Harley Charles & Co (Charles Harley) 

114 and 116 Davis 
Hashagen Martin, ;"08 Sixth 
Hildebrand C, 1136 Howard 
Kedon Martin Jr, 118 and 120 Clay 
Keho Thos, 417 Drumm 
Levy Joseph, 46 Clay 
Lipman Morris, 915 Folsom 
Marks M, 858 Howard 
Marx Herman, 643 Third 
McMaster John, 264 Brannan 
Meyerstein Joseph, 124 Commercial 
Parks John, 1131 Dupont 

Pidwell C J & Co (C J Pidweii, 

William Manson, and H E Hackett) 

also wholesale dealers in bottles, bags 

and bale rope, 207 Davis 
Reichert & Co (E Reichert) 1076 Howard 
Revert A, 324 Fifth 
Smith & Summers (W H Smith and 

Louis Summers) 666 Howard 
Solomon M & Co, 406 and 40S Fifth 
Waugh Alex & Co (Alex Waugh and 

George Miller) 112 Main 
Whitelaw T P H, 216 Spear 






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JUTE MANUFACTUR- 
ERS 

California Jute Manufact- 
uring CO, L P Drexler president, 
A H Lissak secretary, White & Lissak 
selling agents, 312 California 

KINDLING WOOD. 

Wilkie Arthur, 409 Mission 

KITCHENWARE 

Armes & Dallam 230 Front 
Tay Ceo H & Co, 614-618 Battery 

KNITTED GOODS. 

Peterlein R, 939 Folsom 

Pfister J J & Co (J J Pfister) 120 Sutter 

LABELS 
Schmidt Label and Litho- 
graphic CO, M Schmidt presi- 
dent, S Disbecker secretary, 27 and 
29 Main 

LACES AND EMBROID 
ERIES 

Decorative Art School, S41 Market 

Greenberg & Rosenberg, 31 Dapont 

Hohenthal Gus, 139* Fifth 

Lash H, 533 Market 

Levy Jules & BrOS (Leon and 

Jules) importers, 3 Sansome 
Mansbach E & Co, 26 and 28 Kearny 

Muser Brothers, also agents 

for Sidenberg & Co, importers laces, 
embroideries, curtains, etc, ladies' 
linen collars and cuffs, 541 Market 

LADIES' FURNISHING 
GOODS 

(See Furnishing Goods — Ladies'.) 

LAMP DEALERS 

Armstrong J T & Co, 627 Kearny 
Graff A S & Co ( A S Graff) 47 Second 

LAMP MANUFACTUR- 
ERS. 

BoeSCh Emile, 5*3 and 585 Mis- 
sion 

Craighead &, Kintz Man- 
ufacturing Co, A I Hall & 

Son agents, 530 Market 



Meriden Malleable Iron 

CO, A I Hall & Son agents, 530 
Market 
Meyer, Marshall & Co (Ph Meyer, 
Thomas Marshall and G Witzel) 528 
California 

Schneider B B, 530 Market 
Siemens Lungren Lamp 

Co (Philadelphia) Meyer, Marshall & 
Co agents, 528 California 

LAMP SUPPLIES 

BoeSCh Emile, 5S3 and 585 Mis- 
sion 

Schneider B B, A I Hall & Son 

agents, 530 Market 
Yates & CO, H3 Front 

LAND AGENTS. 

Beach T P, 604 Merchant 
Clements J E, general manager 

Mexican Colonization Co (limited) 

506 Battery 
George Robert, 419 California 
Merrill Charles A, 324 Pine 
Noye3 C G, 434 California 
Ries Leopold, 649 Washington 



LAND ASSOCIATIONS 

Eastern Oregon Land Co, T P Beach 

sec, 604 Merchant 
Lassen Co, C A Merrill pres, 324 Pine 

Mexican Colonization Co 

(limited) J E Clements general man- 
ager, 506 Battery 

Newhall Land and Farm- 
ing CO (The) 309 Sansome 

Occidental Loan, L L Deanery sea, 126 
Kearny 

Oregon Improvement Co, E W Sells 
auditor, 205 Bryant and Beale Street 
Wharf 

Pacific Coast Land Bu- 
reau, Wendell Easton president, 22 
Montgomery 

Pacific Loan, L L Dennery sec, 126 
Kearny 

Pomona Land and Water Co (of Los 
Angeles) H A Palmer pres, C K Clark 
sec, 411 California 

San Bernardino Land, Lumber and 
Flume Co, C F Burnham sec, 420 
California 

Saucelito Land and Ferry Co, Robert 
George sec, 419 California, rm 9 

State Board of Immigra- 
tion (f°r Oregon and Washington 
Territory) J E Shephard commission- 
er, 506 Battery 



Judson Powder Improved, ^rSriSS 



WAGONS. 



Truman, Isham <& Hooker, Agents for the Cele- 
brated Hollow Iron Axle Wagons, J&l-m Market St. 



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LANTERNS 

BpeSCh Emile, 583 and 585 Mis- 
sion 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

LAPIDARIES 

Bretonnel J V, 32S Bush 
Browne A, 620 Merchant 
Conor Francis, 614 Merchant 
Laine Jules, 9 Hardie place 

Lalande Arsene, 420 Sutter 

Sonnentield Samuel, 331 Kearny 

LAST MAKERS 

Potter F W, 10 Stevenson 
Wing Wm H & Co (Win H Wing and 
J C Waller) cor Mission and Fremont 



LAUNDRIES 

Achin A, 1007 Folsom 

Audemard Mary Mme, 478 Tehama 

Bennett Mary Mrs, 555 Bryant 

Berabent Mme, 1517 Dupont 

Bernou Jean, 633-637 Third 

Berre Thurien, 341 Third 

Berson A Mme, 429 Sutter 

Biarnes R Mine, 918 Larkin 

Boont Zoe Mrs, 532 Valencia 

Bosq Silva, 639 Post 

Bouvet J, 21 Virginia 

Boy Thos & Co, 626 Fulton 

Brochier E Mrs, 1716 Fillmore 

Bruce Frank T, agt La Grande, 228 

Montgomery ave 
Bufford Samuel F, pres San Francisco 

Laundry Association, 33 Geary 
Games Peter, 150 Shipley 
Campinas A Mine, 143 Ninth 
Cantel Annette, 204^ Turk 
Causse V Mme, 320 Larkin 
Chartier Louisa Mme, 1019 Folsom 
Chateau Mme, 904 Stockton 
Colette C Mrs, 1021 Stockton 

Contra Costa Laundry As- 
sociation, George H Hallett, P 
Bartlett and P E Dalton proprietors, 
56 Sacramento and 30 Geary, laundry 
at Oakland 
Cotte Elodie Mrs, 411 Geary 
Dastuque Romain, 604 Broadway 
Dehertoghe A Mrs, 2020 Fillmore 
De Shields Benj, 801| Market 
Doherty John A, 517 Mission 
Dufranc V Mrs, 341 Third 
Encoyand Z Mme, 1052 Howard 
FaureH, 511 Hyde 

Ferrans Alexander Mme, 

1714 Polk 
Giannini Henry G, 824 Laguna 



Carnaud Etinne (French) Thir- 
tieth bet Church and Dolores 

Ginco B, 812 Larkin 

Godet L, 920 Howard 

Gourdon Emily Mme, 1508$ Powell 

Grasselly Eugene, 1521 Polk 

Hall & Ferguson (E Hall and P F Fer- 
guson) proprs What Cheer Laundry 
121 Liedesdorff, United States Laun- 
dry 3013 Sixteenth, branch 53 Third 

Hallett, Bartlett & Dalton, 

proprietors Contra Costa Laundry, 56 

Sacramento and 30 Geary 
Hourtolon B, 532 Sixth 
Husson L. 35 Turk 
Jacques Thais, 1020 Larkin 
Jim J W & Co, 622 Commercial 
Joube P Mrs, 53S Valencia 
Joullin M, 601 Golden Gate ave 
Kilcullen Michael, 732 Folsom 
Labat Jean, 1 12 Taylor 
La Grande, EP White proprietor, 

648 Market 
Laidley M H, n s Filbert nr Octavia 
Lallement Delphi ne, 629 Union 

Lassalle Madame (French) 132 

Geary 
Lemaitre A, 647 Broadway 
Leviele S L, 1027 Howard 
Loustalet P, 315 Sutter 
Marcou Claudius, 1424 Dupont 
Matter Felix, 2512 Mission 
Meyers G L, 308 Bush 
Moran P J, 330 Broadway 
Moynier Mary Mine, 350 Third 
Murphy Henry, 535 Mission 
Occidental, Filbert bet Gough and 

Octavia 
Olivier Claudine Mme, 1021 Stockton 
Oudet John, 1330| Pacific 
Papelier Mrs, 48 Seventh 
Payer Louise, 106 Stockton 
Pomme A Mme, 2108 Fillmore 
Raymond August, 511 Hyde 
San Francisco, 33 Geary 
Sarras J P, 204^ Turk 
Sarthou B, 1229 Golden Gate ave 
Schmidt Peter, 325 Dupont 
Tourel M Mme, 120 Geary 
Wahler A N, 1231 Mission 
Wells F K, 713 Folsom 
Wenger Henry Mrs, 714 Church 
White E P, proprietor La Grande 

Laundry, 648 Market 
Wolff Constand, 715 Broadway 
Zabel A Mme, 624 Ellis 



LAWYERS 

(See Attorney s-at-Law.) 

leadIpipe 

Selby Smelting & Lead Co, 

416 Montgomery 



ST. DAVID'S, 



190 Rooms, 715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. Single rooms 50 
cents per night. Daily papers on file. Hot baths free. 



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LEAD PIPE MANUFACT 

URERS 
Tay Ceorge H & Co, 6i4-6is 

Battery 



LEAD WORKS 

Germania, E E Eyre pres, J M Quay 
sec, 314 California 

Morrow & Strong, H5 and 117 

First 
Pioneer White, Whittier, Fuller & Co 
proprs, 229-239 Fremont 

Selby Smelting & Lead Co, 

shot tower SE cor First and Howard, 
office 416 Montgomery 



LEATHER BELTING 

Cook A O & Son, 415 Market 
COOk H N, 405 Market 
Degen L P, 130 First 
Cirvin J W & CO, 24 California 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 

A. O. Cook. Telephone No. 745. F. K. Cook. 

AO. COOK & SON, Manufacturers of Oak 
• Tanned Leather Belting and Hose. Lace- 
Leather in sides and Cut Strings. 415 Market 
Street-, San Francisco. 



L. P. DEGEN, 

Alanufacturer of 

Oak Tanned Leather Baiting 

FINEST LACING, 
Cut Strings or Sides always on hand. 

128 and 130 FIRST STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



LEATHER BELTING 
HLOYT'S 

CELEBRATED SHORT LAP 

Patent Riveted Leather Belt. 
J. W. CIRVIN & CO., 

24 California Street, San Francisco. 



Cahn, Nickelsburg & Co, 

129 and 131 Sansome 

Cummings F & Co, 418 and 420 Com- 
mercial 

DavidSOn & Rued (J W David- 
son and J C Rued) office 119 Clay, 
factories cor Eleventh and Folsom and 
SW cor Dolores and Fourteenth 

Dolliver & Bros (Thos andSam'l R Do 1- 
iver and Albert R Church) 573 and 
575 Market 

Frank S H & Co, 406 and 40S Battery 

FrOese F W, Army nr San Bruno 
road 

Getleson B & Co, 520 and 522 Market 

Hecht Bros & Co, 25 and 27 

Sansome 
Heyman Julius, 41 Clay 
KlOpper Fred, 26 O'Farrell 
Kullman, Salz & Co (H Kullman, Jacob 

Salz and Charles Hart) 106 Battery 
Lewis E & Co, 37 Second 
Macomber Charles A, 415 Market 
Magee & Moore (John A Magee and 

Arthur W Moore) 310 and 312 Clay 

Main & Winchester (Chas 

Main and Ezra H Winchester) 214- 

220 Battery 
Mattern & Moore (H Mattern and R 

Moore) 42 Geary 
Nichols A C & Co ( A C Nichols) 402 and 

404 Battery 
Pope Charles W, 506 Market 
Rosseter & Smith (John H and Geo R 

Rosseter and Stephen M Smith) 545 

Market 
Rued J C & CO (J C Rued and J J 

Nachtrieb) also tan bark, etc, 119 and 

121 Clay 
Sternfeld Bros & Co, 565 Market 
Stone L D & Co, 422 Battery 
Urbach Ignatz, S01 Montgomery 
Williams Bros (Chester and Henry L 

Williams and Frank W Marvin) 569 

Market 

LEECHES-IMPORT E R S- 

Paturel C Mrs, 439 Bush 



LEATHER DEALERS 
AND FINDINGS 

Bourne R A, 28 Second 
Brown & Adams (J S Brown and J E 
Adams) 409 Battery 

I. S. VAN WINKLE £ CO., 



LENS GRINDERS 

Berteling L A, 427 Kearny 
Muller Christian, 135 Mont- 
gomery 
Price M, 415 Kearny 



LIBRARIES 

B'nai B'rith, Eddy bet Mason andTaylor 
CameS George A, librarian Odd 

Fellows' -Library Association, SW 

cor Markejt and Seventh 



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Peering F P, law librarian, New 

City Hall 
Druids', 413 Sutter 
French, 120 Sutter, rms 16 and 17 
Improved Order Red Men's, 320 Post 
Knights of Pythias', 915 Market 
Law- New City Hall 
Ligue Nationale Francaise, 120 Sutter 
Masonic, NW cor Post and Montgomery 

Mechanics' Institute, p b 

Cornwall president, Horace Wilson 
librarian, 21 Post 

Mercantile Library Asso- 
ciation, David Wilder president, 
216 Bush 

Odd FellOWS', Geo A Carnes li- 
brarian, SW cor Seventh and Market 

Perkins F B, librarian Free Public Lib- 
rary, 428 Bush 

Pioneers', 808 Montgomery 

San Francisco Free Public, F B Perkins 
librarian, 428 Bush 

Spanish, 531 California, rm 7 

Spiritualist, Ixora Hall, s s Mission bet 
Third and Fourth 

St Ignatius, cor Van Neas ave and Hayes 

The Bancroft, Hubert H Bancroft propr, 
1538 Valencia 

Wilson Horace, librarian Mechanics' 
Institute, 37 Post 

Young Men's Christian Association, 232 
Sutter 



LIME. 

Blochman & Cerf (Moses Cerf) agts I X 

L Lime Co, 5 and 7 Drumm 
Davis & Cowell (Isaac E Davis 

and Henry Cowell) 211 and 213 

Drumm 

Golden Gate Plaster Mills, 

Lucas & Co proprietors, 215 and 217 

Main 
Holmes Lime Co (The H T) H T Holmes 

pres, 14-18 Market, branch house 

513 and 515 I, Sacramento 
Tiernan & Co (R Tiernan, J Beaumont 

and D E Slack) 2622 Mission 

LiaUORS-RETAIL. 

Abadie Joseph, 26 Montgomery ave 
Abraham Wolf, 610 Mission 
Abrahamson M, 123 Jackson 
Abrams & Curtis (Max Abrams and 

Joe Curtis) 713 Mission 
Adam & Kibbe, Market, Kearny 

and Geary 
Ahlers Dick, 228 Pacific 
Ahlers George, 229 Spear 
Ahrens Bros & Pein (D N and Geo M 

Ahrens and Geo H Pein) NE cor 

Third and Mission 



Ahrens D & G (George and Diedrich) SE 

cor Fremont and Howard and SW cor 

Mission and Main 
Ahrens J H, 211 Davis 
Akins Wm, Railroad ave bet Trinidad 

and Bahama 
Albin Louis, NW cor Twenty-second 

and Potrero ave 
Alhambra S^IOOn, Ben Cotton 

proprietor, 323 Bush 
All Seasons (wine room) Wm Fa- 

ber, SW cor Sixth and Market 
Allen James, cor Berry and Fifth 
Allman T Mrs, 272 Brannan 
Amelung Julius C, 221 Sansome 

Anchor Saloon, m Deteis, n 

Schneider and J F Steliman proprie- 
tors, 8 Sacramento 
Anderson Andrew, 250 Spear 
Anderson J M, 9 Clay 
Anderson & Co (C A Anderson) 209 

Jackson 
Anderson & Co (Emil and Godfrey An- 
derson) 413^ East 
Anderson & Edwards, 720 Washington 
Anderson & Olson, 817 Kearny 
Anderson & Rasmussen (Andrew Ander- 
son and Nels Rasmussen) 29 Wash- 
ington 
Anthes & Schreiner, 14 Geary 
Appel Louis, 419 Montgomery ave 
Arfstein A J, cor Twenty-eighth and 

Valencia 
Arion Halle, Henry Grimm propr, cor 
Sutter and Kearny 

Armory Exchange Saloon, 

Wolfe & Sykes proprietors, 63 New 

Montgomery cor Minna 
Arnaud Albert, NW cor Post and Du- 

pont 
Astredo Anthony, SE cor Stockton and 

O'Farrell 
Atkinson R E, 52 Fourth 

Atlantic Saloon, Mrs c J Chres- 

teasen proprietress, 1 14 Jackson 
Austin George B, 336 Fourth 
Aver James H, cor Illinois and Napa 
Ayers Harry, NW cor Stockton and 

O'Farrell 

Baader John, 1*2 Fourth 

Bacigalupi Lawrence, 1341 Dupont 

Bacigalupo D, 1419 Dupont ' 

Bacon J B, 213 Montgomery 

Badaracco Antonio, 1308 Pacific 

Baehr J M, 414 Sansome 

Bagala L, SE cor Twenty-fifth and Ala- 
bama 

Bailey Margaret Mrs, 71 Minna 

Bailey N J, 444 Third 

Baker Frank S, 1718 Fillmore 

Baker I M, 102 Eddy 

Bamberger & Kaempfer (Sigmund S 
Bamberger and Morris Kaempfer) 657 
Market 



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Banks P, 921 4 Howard 
BanksOtl J R, H51 Market 
Bargone Leonard, 1118 and 1120Dupont 
BameS & Rugg (Frederick 

Barnes and William Rugg) NE cor 

Mission and Spear 
Barra E J, NW cor First and Minna 
Barre August, NE cor Lombard and Oc- 

tavia 
Barry Charles H, 733 Davis 
Barry & Howarth, 252 Howard 
Bartels Henry, 2232 Union 
Barthel Robert, 273 and 275 East 
Bartloma John, 2213 Powell 
Barton James, 819 Battery 

Bataille & Peters (P Bataiiie 

and VV Peters) 544 California 
Bauer Chas, 804 Pacific 
Bauer Charles G, w s Baker nr Beach 
Bauer George, 304 Francisco 
Beaton & McKay (Neil Beaton and 

James A McKay) 639 Mission 
Becker Albert, cor Beale and Folsom 
Becker Fred, SE cor Nineteenth and 

Mission 
Becker Peter, 417 Hayes 
Beckers William, 100 Mission 
Beckmanu Chas F, 33S Bush 
Beier & Holt (M F Beier and A J Holt) 

SW cor Dupont and Bush 
Bellegarde Pascal, NW cor Railroad ave 

and Venezuela 
Bellmer H A, 500 Dupont 
BellocqDe Alfred, Geary nr Masonic ave 
Bellue Carmele, 515 Valencia 
Bellue P, 32 Seventh 
Benard Auguste F, 864 Howard 
Bendt William, 8 Clay 
Bennett Frederick, 230 Brannan 
Bentham Harry, 636 Fourth 
Berand Edouard, 125 Powell 
Berger J P, 507 Pine 

Berliner Weiss Beer (from 

St Louis Brewery) 1524 and 1526 

Pacific 
Beruhard Jacob, 330 Main 
Bertolucci Giuseppe, 316 Broadway 
Bettal Joseph, Six Mile House, Mission 

Street road 
Beyer George, SW cor Bay and Powell 

Beyer W A, 316 Clay 

Bianchi & Franzoni (L Bianchi and L 

Franzoni) 1007 Stockton 
Biedenbach August, 210 Leidesdorff 
Billick Paul, 1036 Market 
Binder Charles A, 219 Mission 
Bischoff Chas, 27 Pacific 
Bischoff Henry & Co (Henry Bischoff 

and H H Kock) 101 Sansome 
Bishop Henry, 136 Main 
Bishop M, 60 and 62 First 
Biteau & Ortion (Isidore Biteau and 

August Ortion) 235 Montgomery ave 



Blanchard David, 349 Sixth 

Blazr John, 35 Eddy 

Blohm John, SE cor Mission and 
Fourth 

Blohm John, 923 Kearny 

Bocca & Di Modena (P Bocca and P Di 
Modena) 1228 Dupont 

Bockmann D H, SE cor Austin and Polk 

Bode Bros (A W and E H) 533 Califor- 
nia 

Bode Charles H, cor Fourth and Chan- 
nel 

Bolts John F, 308 Kearny 

Bonetti & Martinoni (A Bonetti and E 
Martinoni) 14 Seventh 

Bontempi & Ferullo (G- B 

Bontempi and D Ferullo) 305 Mont- 
gomery ave 

Boradt Henry, 52S Valencia 

Boukofsky Nelson, 21 Davis 

Bourjade Cheri P, 1509 Da- 
pout 

Boutes & Pac (J F Boutes and J J Pac) 

511 Washington 
Bovo Gabriel, cor Vallejo and Dupont 
Bower G, 110 Berry 
Bowman Jos, cor Ninth and Brannan 
Boyer & Mouren (U Boyer and J 

Mouren) 1232 Dupont 
Boy ken J A. cor Ninth ^and 

Mission 
Bozio Orlando, 149 Fourth 
Brady Peter G, 38 H Ninth 
Brady James, 821 Market 
Brady Thomas, 4 Fourth 
Bramstedt John H, 251 Steuart 
Brander Saloon, John Broyer and Henry 

Monseesproprs, 225 Clay 
Brandtjen John, Sixth bet Berry and 

Channel 
Bray & Shehan (S L Bray and J Shehan) 

619 Mission 

Bredhoff Henry, 423 East 

Bretonnel Alfred J, 1^13 Polk 
Brickwedel Jacob, 51 Fremont and NE 
cor Bush and Battery 

Brink Charles H, NW cor Sixth 

and Stevenson 
Brinkmann Charles, 112 Berry 
Briody Hugh, 22 Leidesdorff 

Broeske & Beschormann 

(John Broeske and Chas F Beschor- 
mann) 529 5 Sacramento 

Brosi Gotleib E, 45 Second 

Brosnan Thomas, 404 Fourth 

Brown Charles C, 27 Commercial 

Brown G A, SE cor Washington and 
Montgomery 

Brown John, 534 Jackson 

Brown J W, 44 Spear 

Brown Margaret, 220 Broadway 

Brown & Culver (T h Brown 

and L Culver) 1019 Market 



Nobel's E^dfe 



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HARD ROCK AND SUBMARINE BLASTING. 

Nielsen & Co., General Agents, San Francisco. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker 



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Browning William, 541 Clay 

Brownlie & Martin (J S Brownlie and 

H B Martin) SE cor Eighteenth and 

Castro 
Broughton Charles, 609 Clay 

Broyer Alex B, 100 Fourth 

Broyer John, foot of King and Second 
Broyer & Fulton (A B Broyer 

and Theodore Fulton) SW cor Sixth 

and Howard 
Brunig Christian, 49 Stevenson 
Brunings & Myers (Martin Brunings 

and Harry Myers) 600 Market and 1 

Post 
Bruns Hans W, SE cor Filbert and 

Battery 
Bruns Henry F, SW cor Eighth and 

Market 
Bruns J P, 3250 Mission 

Bruns J Harry, 123 Front 

Brusaber CharJes H, Kentucky nr 

Sierra 
Buck John, 775 Market 
Buck John, cor Fourth and Brannan 
Buckenmeier Joseph, 1426 and 1428 

Stockton and 431 Montgomery ave 
Buckley Tim, 438 Miuna 
Bunton Richard, 705 Market 
Burke P, 607 Clay 
Burke William J, SE cor Market and 

Gough 
Burke & Green (David Burke and 
Thomas Green) cor Second and Bran- 
nan 
Burgbacher George, 536 California 
Burkhardt & Hoelscher (G Burkhardt 
and August Hoelscher) 105 and 107 
Second 
Burmeister Louis, cor Polk and Clay 
Burns D, 519 Mission 
Butha & Albrecht, NW cor Kearny and 

Bush 
Butler Charles G, 310 Montgomery 
Butler John, 7 Sutter and 506 Market 
Butler Martin Mrs, NW cor Tenth and 

Bryant 
Butler Michael, 846 Howard 
Buzzini Geo & Co, 31 Ninth 
Buzzini I, S47 Valencia 
Byrne John, 148 New Montgomery 
Byrnes John C, 208 Bush 
BywaterS William, 310 Town- 
send 
Cadieux Isaac L, 69 Fourth 
Cagney Tim M, 422 Natoma 
Caley & King; (John Caley and Z 
L King) proprietors Laurel Palace 
Saloon, NW cor Kearny and Bush 
Callahan D, 50 Seventh 
Callahan & Donahy (Myles Callahan 

and Jeremiah Donahy) 625 Fourth 

Callan & Barry (T Callan and J Barry) 

SE cor Montgomery and Merchant 



Callen James, 1742 Market 

Callender John T, 5 Broadway 

Candau Felix, 213 Third 

Capital Saloon, J D Will propr, 226 

Montgomery 
Carlson Bros (Swan A and Chas E) 415 

East 
Carlson & Riersen (0 G Carlson and Geo 

Riersen) 81 1^ Kearny 
Carr Thomas, 306 Minna 
Carrere Baptist, cor St Thomas and 

Yazoo 
Carroll James & Co, 800 Mission 
Carson John, Junction House, Mission 

road 
Casabonne J B, 230 Montgomery ave 
Casey James, 825 Folsom 
Casey Michael, 622 Fourth 
Cassidy James, 527 East 
Cassidy Jas, 12 Washington 
Castello Mary Mrs, 821 Folsom 
Catchman John, 9 Vallejo 
Cathcart Chas L, NW cor Polk and 

Pacific 
Cavanaugh A D, cor Sixth and Folsom 
Cawley William, 147 Third 
Cayot C, 1122 Harrison 
Centiy Rose Mrs, 217 Pacific 
Cereghino G & D, 3260 Mission 
Cervelli R, 526 Broadway 
Cevasco Giacomo & Co (G Cevasco and 

G Carbarino) 1229 Dupont 
Chamberlin J P, junction Valencia and 

Mission 
Champagne Joseph, 643 Broadway 
Chapelaiu Chas, cor Howard and Third 

Chataini E, 324 Sixth 
Chenoweth John M, 902 and 

904 Market 
Chesney Dennis, 111 Dupont 
Chessler Fred, 518 Pacific 
Chielovich & Co (E Chielovich) SE cor 

Fifth and Market 
Chiuedvich Peter, 329 Pacific 

Chrestensen C J Mrs, H4 

Jackson and 317 Pacific 
Christen Christoffel, cor Venezuela and 

Yazoo 
Christensen H, 120 Montgomery ave 
Christin Charles, 313 Hayes 

Christin & Boudan (Lewis 

Christin and Louis Boudan) 258 
Fourth 

Cicchi Lodovico, 437 Broadway 

Claffey Charles, 212 Sansome 

Clark Andrew, SE cor Twenty-second 
and Alab.ima 

Clark Wm M, 409 Fourth 

Clausen William, NE cor Folsom and 
Fifth and 872 Folsom 

Clavere Brothers (P and J P) 530 Mer- 
chant 

Cleary Mary Mrs, 640^ Howard 

Cleary Mike, 124 Geary 



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Clements Owen, 85 Ninth 

Clifford Eugene, 550 Mission 

Clifford Thomas, 703^ Davis 

Clundt Charles, 909 Kearny 

Cnopius John, 707 Davis 

Coakley Jeremiah, "236 Townsend 

Coates Caleb, 37 Sutter 

Cobine John, 127 Folsom 

Coblentz G, 107 Stockton 

Cocian Nicholas, 449 Broadway 

Cody Patrick John, cor Twenty -ninth and 
Mission 

Coghlin John, Mission road nr Ocean 
View 

Cohen Leopold, 440 Hayes 

Cohn & Wood (Morris Cohn and Alex- 
ander Wood) 1906 Market 

Coleman D, 19 Vallejo 

Collet F, 809 Valencia 

Collins Matthew, 2 Dunbar alley 

Colmann Martin, NE cor Pine and 
Kearny 

Comerford Patrick, 1911 Hyde 

Comines Chas, 800 Kearny 

Conitz Peter, 21 Pacific 

Condon John, 733 Howard 

Connelly Catherine Mrs, 83 Clementina 

Connolly J J, 214 Post 

Connolly Morris, 525 Mission 

Connolly P, 422 Kearny 

Connolly Patrick, 528 Fourth 

Connolly Peter, 643 Merchant 

Conolley Edward, 1200 Market 

Conway Bernard, 997 Market 

Conway James, 200 Fourth 

Conway Michael, 17 Chesley 

Cook Annie Mrs, 400 Third and 219 
Ellis 

Cook Eben, cor Ninth and Brannan 

Cook Edward L, 221 Ellis 

Cook & Fitzgerald (J M Cook and J P 
Fitzgerald) 309 Third 

Cooks & Waiters' Home, Caeper Diet- 
rich mgr, 624 Clay 

Cooney Wm, NW cor Third and Folsom 

Corbett John, 40 Moss 

Corbett & Roche (Thomas Corbett and 
Simon Roche) 23 Second 

Cordes John, 213 Pine 

CorradO Louis. 432 Broadway 
Cosgrove James, 100 McAllister 

Cosgrove Thomas, ne cor 

O'Farrell and Devisadero 

Costello James & Co, 34i 

Jessie 
Costello Mary Mrs, 821 Folsom 

Costello William, SE cor Third and 

Brannan 
Cotton Ben, proprietor The Al- 

hambra, 323 Bush 
Coursey John, 66 Jessie 
Cox W G, NW cor Twenty-fifth and 

Howard 



Coyle Philip, NW cor Seventh 

and Harrison 
Cregan John H. 207 Dupont 
Creighton Patrick, 901 Folsom 
Crocco Joe, NE cor Stockton and Green 
Cronin John, SE cor California and 

Fillmore 
Cronin T J, 1120 Howard 
Crowley Cornelius, 1442 Valencia aud 

NW cor Twenty-sixth and Valencia 
Cullen M B Mrs, NW cor Ellis and 

Devisadero 
Cummings Wm J, 37 Third 
Cuneo Carlo, 539 Washington 
Curran B, NE cor Polk and Hayes 
Curran Patrick L, NW cor Fourth and 

Berry 
Curry Alexander, 677^ Mission 
Curtin James, 1119 Market 
Curtin John, 112 Steuart 
CusickThos, 1515 Polk 
Dagan M, 1011 Folsom 
Daley William, NW cor Ninth and 

Brannan 

Dalldorf Rudolph, NE cor 

Mission and Beale 
Daly Cornelius, 430 Brannan 
Daly Jane Mrs, 621 Merchant 
Daly John, 121 Montgomery 
Daly Martin, Illinois nr Napa 
Daneri John, 131 Pacific 
Dasmann William, ~NW cor Polk and 

Austin 
Davidson J, NW cor Twenty-fourth and 

Folsom 

Davidson, Welch & Co (Me- 

nis Davidson and George H Welch) 

668 Mission 
Dawson George, 321 California 
Dawartz J Fritz, 220 Montgomery ave 
Deady Edward, 53S Hayes 

Deane Wm,204Ciara 

Debb Frank, 925 and 927 Folsom 
De Caspar Fidel, Kentucky bet Sierra 
and Nevada 

Decker Brothers, 915 Market 

Decker J F (Decker Brothers) 5 

Bush place 
Decker W (DeckerBrothers) 5 Bush 

place 
Decker & Eschenhorst (W Decker and 

H Eschenhorst) 811 Market 
De Ghetaldi Emilio, 514£ Battery 

Degnan Thos, is Fifth 

Deininger John, 25 Summer 
Delaney John, 1338 Market 
Delury Daniel, 71 Natoma 

Dempsey & Cleary (Jack Demp- 

sey and Tom Cleary) proprietors 

Nonpareil, 17 Powell 
Dennis R J, 433 Pacjfic 
Dennis & Knight, 808 Kearny 
Dennon Matthew, 158 First 



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Derham John F, 638 Broadway 

Dery E> 135 Sixth 

Deshwanden Anton, NE cor Greenwich 

and Pierce 
Desprez P F, 3029 Sixteenth 

Detels Schneider & Stell- 

Uiann. 8 Sacramento 

Detels & Schneider (M Detels 

and N Schneider) SE cor Pacific and 
Davis 

Detgen Henry, 517 East 

Devine Dennis B, 628 Merchant 

Devlin Patrick, 719 Howard 

Dexter Benjamin, 1614 Market 

Diehm George, 222 Washington 

Diemer John, 831 Kearny 

Diers H, NE cor Sacramento and Davis 

Dietrich Caspar, 1614 Mission 

Dietrich Casper, 624 Clay 

Dilges Jacob, 714 Bryant 

Dillon John, cor Nebraska and Twenty- 
sixth 

Dippel Henry, SW cor Montgomery ave 
and Vallejo 

Dittmer J F, SE cor New Montgomery 
and Jessie 

Division Stephen, 317 East 

Dixon Clement, 8 Summer 

Dobson William, 37 Third 

Dohle John, 411 East 

Dolan Phil, 536 Jackson 

Dolan Wm B, 199 Polk and 145 Third 

Donlon Michael, 208 First 

Donohue Cornelius, 314 Minna 

Donohue H P, 505 Washington 

Donohue John, 329 Third 

Donohue Peter, 241 O'Farrell 

1 'orcy Pete, 20 Stockton 

Dormer Thomas, 439 Jackson 

Dorrance William C, 112 Second 

Dorris T V, 340 Third 

Doscher & Lilkendey (F Doscher and 
W Lilkendey) 12 Oregon 

Dougherty John, 301 Sixth 

Dougherty P, SW cor Kearny and Com- 
mercial 

Doyle Thomas, 1 10 Jackson 

Doyle & Cashman (J C Doyle and 
Daniel Cashman) 200 Third 

Dreyer Ernst, SW cor Stoakton and 
Sutter 

Dreyer & Gust (J Dreyer and J Gust) 
514^ Sixth 

Driscoll John, St Thomas nr Platte 

Dublin Exchange, Wm Shaw propr, 328 
and 330 Drumm 

Dugan Filix, cor Twenty-third and Flor- 
ida 

Dugan & Campbell (P F Dugan and P H 
Campbell) 225 Third 

Duggan Edward, 231 Fifth 

Duham Frank, 400| and 520 Pacific 

Duhr L Mrs, 626 Sa?ramento 



Dumont Pierre, 310 Fifth 

Dunn John, 650 Sacramento 

Dunne Owen, 21 First 

Durning & Weaver (C Durning and J 

Weaver) 17 Powell 
Durr John, 210 Washington 
Durroux Joseph,, SE cor Fourth and 

Bryant 
Duttenhofer Louis, 21 Beale 
Eagan J, 1129 Folsom 
Eagles John, 615 Merchant 
Ebiier & Bro (G W and C L) 102 Sixth 
Edgar C J, SE cor Kearny and Bush 
Edwards Harry, Kentucky bet Sierra 

and Nevada 
Edwards John, NE cor California and 

Montgomery 
Egan Thomas H, SE cor Bay and Mason 
Eblers J & W, 533 Sacramento 
Ehrichs Richard, SE cor Battery and 

Vallejo 
Eichenlaub John, 412 Jackson 
Eilken H, 509 Davis 
Elliott Robert, SW cor Baker and Beach 
Elsaesser Chas, 1119 Pierce 
Elvin Henry, cor Main and Bryant 
Enderli Frank, 619 Merchant 
Engelbrecht S, 113 Sixth 
Ennor & Co (Thomas Ennor and Oliver 

Grimmer) 1318 Market 
Enos Joseph L, 117 Jackson 
EnOS & French (Frank Enos and 

Wm French) 615 Larkin 
Enright C, 411 Pine 
Enright Thomas, SW cor Seventh and 

Howard 
Frickson Eric, 7 Merchant 
Erickson & Anderson (S Erickson and 

G Anderson) 425 East 
Erwin Andrew L, 1007 Kearny 

Eureka Exchange, WmC Har- 
ris proprietor, NW cor Montgomery 
and Pacific 

Evatt & Powers (Frank Evatt and Ed 
Powers) 6 Clara lane 

Evers Henry, NW cor Kearny and 
W ashington 

Ewing Bros (Allison and Chas S) 210 
Dnpont 

Faber Wm> SW cor Sixth and 
Market 

Falkenhahn Fred, 213 Sixth 

Fallon & Buckley (M Fallon and C J 
Buckley) 31S Bush 

Farley Philip, 210 First 

Farrell Daniel, 101 Third 

Farrell Michael, cor Sierra and Maryland 

Farrelly Jas M, 115 Leidesdorff 

Farrelly Michael, NW cor Powell and 
Jefferson 

Fassler B, 301 East 

Faulstich Thaddeus, 401 Fifth 

Faust Hall, Chas Stepp propr, 16 and 
18 Geary 



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Favarel Louis, 1500-1508 Polk 

Fay John. 432 Va encia 

Fay Michael, 3251 Mission 

Fehlemelcher A, 649 Clay 

Feiiitz William, 259 Fourth 

Feldmann Henry, 613 Brannan 

Feustermacher Martin, 537 Fifth 

Fetz Joseph, 107 Third 

Field John, 425 Bush 

Filiate Henry P. SIS Howard 

Finch Philetus, 417 Fourth 

Finnen August, SW cor Clay and 

Kearny 
Fisher George, 1154 Market 
Fitter E H Mrs, cor East and Jackson 
FitSChen J C> 305 California 
Fitzheury James, 53'- Commercial 
Fitzpatrick Owen, 765 Howard 
Flanagan Jas B. 537 Bryant 
Flanery Mary Mrs, 600 Franklin 
Flathmann Claus, SW cor Market and 

Steuart 
Flieger Henry R, 131S Howard . 
Foerst Philip, Honduras nr Kentucky 
Fogarty Thomas, 519 East 

Foley James. 204 First 

Foley Wm F, 609 Sausome 
Fuupiano C & Co (C Foppiano and L 

Damozonio) 1402 Dupont 
Forbes F M, 1024 Larkin 
Fortmanu & Dohrmann (F Fortmann 

and J Dohrmann) 26 Eddy 
Foster Wm, 2SC4 California 
Fowler S, 773 Market 
Fowler William, 214 Steuart 
Fox Charles J, 620 Market 
Franck Henry, 108 Sacramento 
Frank's Saloon, J L Radovich & Co, 328 

Pine 
Frazier P B, NW cor O'Farrell and 

Devisadero 
Frediani & Co, 21 Stockton 
Fieese Fred A, 315 East 
Freese J H, 802 Valencia 
Freitas John, 500 Broadway 
Frese Ciiristian, 518 Battery 
Fridon Luis, 317 Dupont 
Fridrich J H, 406 Dupont 
Fried A & Co (A Fried) 215 and 21 7 

California 
Friend Edmund, NW cor Sixth ave 

and D 
Frisch H H, 130 Seventh 
Fritzschen H B, NW cor Steuart and 

Mission 
Fugazi Francesco, NE cor Stockton and 

Green 
Gaetjen Henry, cor Fifth and Town- 
send 
Gagen Michael, 524 Fourth 
Gaillard Joseph, 229 Sixth 
Galbraith Wm, 759 Brannan 
Gales Jean Marie, 536 Merchant 
Gallagher John, 521 First 



Gallagher John P, NW cor Commercial 

and East 
Gandulfa & Rocka (Louis Gandulfa and 

John Rocka) 20 Leidesdorff 
Garcia Frank, 718 Montgomery 
Gardner August, 15 Eddy 
Gardner Joseph W & Co, 429 Davia 
Garibaldi Stephen J, 1515 Powell 
Garms Peter, SW cor Union and Front 
Gamier Emile, 618 Sacramento 
Garrity James, Georgia bet Sierra and 

Nevada 
Gately P J, 1139 Market 
Gaussail Emile A & Co (Emile A and B 

Gaussail) 1239 Stockton 

Cauthier & Smith (A Gauthier 

and M H .Smith) ^42 Market 
Gaxiola J, 639$ Broadway 
Gebhardt & Graner, 907 Market 
Gehrels John H, SW cor Davis and Sac- 
ramento 
Cem SalOOn. Robert Green pro- 
prietor, '2-1 Sacramento 
Gendotti Andrea, 1949 Mission 
Gendotti Clemensej 18 Taylor 
Gendotti Louis, 50S and 510 Octavia 
Geraghty & Fiealey (Patrick Geraghty r 

and T F Healey) 147 Valencia 
CerhOW R & CO (K Gerhow and 
E Kredewahn) SE cor Vallejo and 
Front 
Gerkcn Dick, 33 Main 
Gerken John, 614 Montgomery 

Gianettoni Malachi, 29 Sixth 

Gianettoni & Iola (C Giauuttoni and D 

Iola) 127 Montgomery ave 
Gibb James, 6.7 Merchant 
Giblin T J, cor Clay and Leavenworth 
Gibuey Thomas F, 131 Fifth 
Gilmartiu O.ven, cor Spear and Folsom 
Gilmour Thos, 540 Grove 
Ginty & McMahoj (J Ginty and T Mc- 

Mahon) SE cor Sixth and Shipley 
Giovanni Silvestro & Co (S Giovanni 

and F Roccatagliata) 306 Montgomery 

ave 
Giovannini D, SI 2 Pacific 
Giovannini Sabatino, 306 Montgomery 

Giraud E & Chas Martin, 532 Pacific 
Giugni & Barhieri (Celestial Giugni and 

Geonie Barbieri) 819 Stockton 
GiuatmiC, 115 Clark 
CI eSS A. cor Fourth and Harrison 
Gloistem Henry, 642 Jackson 
Gobey Frank, 228 Sutter 
Gockentz E H, 1048 Howard 
Godinho John, 8 Commercial 
Godsil James, 208 and 210 Kearny 
Goetz Paul, 775 Mission 
Goger John, 315 Montgomery ave 
Goldenson Edward, 609 Laguna 
Gomberg Adolph, 121 Eddy 
Gordon Geo, cor Twenty-fourth and Noe 



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Gordon & Healy (Martin Gordon and 

Edward Healy) 22 Hayes 
Gorham M C, 164 Jessie 
Gorman M E Mrs, 313 Beale 
Gorman & Moran (M E Gorman and J 

S Moran) 124 Third 
Gould Win, 6 Spring 
Grabe Frank, Rising Sun Saloon, cor 

D wight and San Bruno road 
Graber Jacob M, 810 Kearny 
Grant F 0, 1167 Mission 
Gray & Mack, 522 Pine 

Green Robert (formerly of Kie- 

bitz & Green, Sacramento) Gem Sa- 
loon, 221 .Sacramento 
Green William, 107 Fifth 
Greene John E, 222 Fourth 
GreggainS J J. 929 Bryant 
Gries Frederick, cor Howard and Main 
Griffin Minnie Mrs, 537 Pacific 
Griffin M S, SE cor Geary and Broderick 
Griffin Patrick, 1739 Market 
Griffin & Hanley (F D Griffin and T 

Hanley) 333 Third 
Griffin & Sullivan (Michael Griffin and 

P W Sullivan) 702 Mission 
Griffiths Joseph, cor Fillmore and Bay 
Grimes Kobert, 34 Minna 
Grimm Henry, NE cor Sutter and 

Kearny 
Grimmelman Fritz, 1032 Market 
Groezinger Robert, 426 Broadway 
Grossman Geo, NE cor Post and Kearny 
Gruber Margaret Mrs, 645 Washington 

Cruen & Vogelsang (Julius 

Gruen and Max Vogelsang) proprie- 
tors Louvre. Saloon, Phelan Building, 
and NW cor Powell and Eddy 

Guanna Joseph, 2439 Greenwich 

Guanzeroli Luigi, 425 Broadway 

Gudehus Christian, 112 Drumm 

Gundlach Jacob G, 607 Washington 

Guyatt J, 507 Clay 

Haar Henry, cor Powell and O'Farrell 

Haase & Young (H D Hnase and H C 
Young) NE cor Main and Bryant 

Habsrling J C, 110 Dupont 

Hagador Henry, 632 Brannan 

Hagtman & Haquette (Geo Hageman 
and Ernest Haquette) 5 Kearny 

Hagerty H P, cor Waller and Stanyan 

Hagler John, 419 Bush 

Hagman & H olden (N A Hagman and 
J Holden) 249 Third 

Hais Frank J, 404 Tventy-second 

Halderman Fred, 3 Broadway 

Haley Tim, cor King and Sixth 

Haliu John, 903 Kearny 

Hall & Krooss (James H Hall and Claus 
Krooss) SE cor Twentieth and Mission 

Hallett G, 13 Post 

Hamilton Henry G, Kentucky bet 
Sierra and Nevada 



Haneke John, 513 First 

Hanisch Frank, 130 Fourth 

HanlOn J J. c >r Sixth and Brannan 

H anion John, 747 Brannan 

Hanlon Mary Mrs, 29 Jessie 

Hannon Michael, 17 Pacific 

Hanuon Michael, 735 Mission 

Hansen Geo, 10S Sutter 

Harder John, Kentucky nr Sierra 

Harder Peter, 7 Market 

Hare P M, 140 Fifth 

Harkins Patrick, 63 Jessie 

Harmony Hall, Geo Grossman, NE cor 
Kearny and Post 

Harrigan C J, SE cor Seventh and Mis- 
sion 

Harrington Ed, 1051 Howard 

Harris CW, NW cor Sutter and Du- 
pont 
Harris John, 503 Bush 

Harris William C, proprietor 

Eureka Exchange Salmon, NW cor 

Montgomery and Pacific 
Harrison David J, N W cor Sansome and 

Merchant 
Harrison John, 138 Montgomery ave 

and 501 Davis 
Harry's Exchange, P F F Kohnke propr, 

120 California 
Harsy Geo, 545 Jackson 
H.irt Martin, 114 Second 
Hartley John, 726 Howard 
Hartman M, 36 Geary 
Hartman Marcus, 623 Davis 
Hartman Philip, 1 1 Spear 
Hartmann Adolph, 513 Jackson 
Hartmann Ge<>, 1708 Fillmore 
Hartmann John, 1200 Stockton 
Hashagen & Martens (M Hashagen and 

C Martens) 506 Sixth 
Bass lbusch John E, 12^ Fourth 

Haubrich Benjamin, 1905 

Mission 
Haulfe Frederick, 727 Davis 
Hausler & W Eybs (F Hausler and W 

Eybs) 920 and 922 Market 
Hayes John Sr, NW cor Fulton and 

Buchanan 
Hayes S & P, 510 Howard 
Hayes Wm, NE cor Ellis and Devisadero 
Healey J, 236 Brannan 
Healey Patrick. 131 Third 
Healing James 7U1£ Market 
Healy M F, 1720 Market 
Hedeman H W, 617 Davis 
Hedrich & Ruge (John L He/lrich and 

George Ruge) 12 Mason 
Heed r John, 325 Bush 
Heesch John, 102 Jackson 
Heesch John, 403 Drumm 
Heffernan Micha»l, 2-3 Sansome 

Heinck & Schnizlein, 823 

Market 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, B 



Howard St. , nr. Third , San Francisco. No bet- 
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Heinrich Zechow, 122 Jackson 

Heins Louis R, cor Third and Bryant 

Heinz J J, 637 Broadway 

Heitmann Alwine, 5.30 I'acific 

Huitz Joseph, S07 Branaan 

Hem Win. 35 Eddy 

Hencken Martin, 1342 Market 

Hencken & Brandt (John Hencken and 

Fred Brandt) 154 Third 
Heney Ellen Mrs, 21 and 23 Clementina 
Henne John, 1607 Polk 
Henrioulle Bros (Gregoire and John) 

135 Second and NE cor Seventh and 

Minna 
Hensler A, 416 Dupont 
Hentz A H, 200 McAllister 
Herdel Fritz, SE or Haight and Scott 
Herger Louis & John Muheim, 245 

Fourth 
Herigan Alexander, 33 Pacific 
Herlihy Daniel, 207 Second 
Hess Franz, 634 Pacific ' 
Hess John, 236 Fourth 
Hess Samuel, 62 Third 

Hey C W, 318 Fifth 

Heye Henry, 234 Townsend 
Heyes Thomas, 43S Third 
Hi j ymann Henry, 615 Pacific 
Hicky Daniel, NW cor Pacific and Bat- 
tery 

Higgs John, 233 Sixth 

Hilderbrand Albert, 1228 Market 
Hilpisch JaCOb, 2 and 4 Leides- 

dortf 
Hinger R, SE cor Post and Central ave 
Hink P H, 427 California and NE cor 

Montgomery and Washington 
Hinrichs August, NW cor Front and 

Union 

Hinrichs & Haesloop(August 

Hinrichs and Christian Haesloop) SW 
cor Washington and Drumm 

Hischier Baptist, NE cor Clay and 
Drumm 

Hoaglan Peter, 405 Drumm 

Hoeft & Michaelsen (John 

Hoeft and John C Michaelsen) 816 

and 818 Clay 
Hoelscher Anton, 7 Stevenson 
Hoffman & Hanlin (S Hoffman and M 

Hanlin) 246 Third 
Hoffmann R, 539 Valencia 
Hofmann & Was«mann (Frank Hofmann 

and Fred Wassmann) S W cor Kearny 

and California 
Hogan Edjvard, 604 Natoma 
Hogan & McDermott (M D Hogan and 

J A McDermott) 106 Fifth 
Holje John B, S W cor Railroad ave and 

Falkland 
Holjes John H & Co, 398 Sixth 
Holler & Gyselaar (T Holler and J H 

Gyselaar) 301 Battery 



HOOper Aaron, proprietor The 

Commercial, cor Front and Market 
Hope John, 37 Eddy 
Hopkins Peter & Co, Grand Hotel 
Horan James D, 1334 Howard 
Horan & O'Shea (J Horan and RO'Shea) 

321 Fourth 
Horn C, 629 Davis 
Horstmann Henry, cor Thirtieth and 

Mission 
Hosking Thomas, 628 Kearny 
Hoss John, cor O'Farrell and Stockton 
Hoss John & F, cor Sutter and Kearny 
Hough John, 5 Mason 

Howard Street Exchange, 

Frank & William McManus proprie- 
tors, 840 Howard 

Howarth & Barry (Thomas 

B Howarth and Thomas Barry) 252 

Third 
Hubbard George A, 412 Kearny 
Huber S Miss, cor Geary and Central ave 
Huddleston & Crimmins (Matthew 

Huddleston and Wm Crimmins) 711 

Howard 
Hughes William, 546 Mission 
Hulsmann Fred, 725 Fourth 
Humboldt Hall Saloon, John H Fritsch 

propr, SW cor Kearny and Morton 
Hummel John, 427 Fourth 

Hund & Schnitzlein (J b 

HundandThSchuitzlein) 823 Market 

Hunt John, 862 Mission 

Hurley Julia Mrs, 46 Sacra- 
mento 

Hurley Patrick, cor Yolo and Nebraska 

Hussey Mike, 1 Morton 

H Ut aflf H e n ry, cor Montgomery ave 
and Montgomery 

Hyde J L, 755 Howard 

Iburg Wm, 5 Belden place 

Ieherwood J L, 15 Valencia 

Imelli Max, 1053 Market 

Ingram & Shay (Wm E Ingram and 
Chas Shay) 800 Montgomery 

Irozoqui Frank, 649 Pacific 

Iversen Peter, 417 Post 

Jackson Exchange, Wm 

Sharpe & J Devlin managers, 769 Mis- 
sion 

Jackson Horace, 1S9 Jessie 

Jacobi John, 80S Kearny 

Jagels & Ewing (D Jagels and Ernest 
Ewing) 3 Clay 

Janke Johannes, 244 Sutter 

Jansen George A F, NE cor First and 
Brannan 

Jellings William, NE cor Clay and 
Kearny 

Jeliison B F, propr Washoe Exchange, 
NE cor California and Kearny 

Jermain John, 130 Pacific 

Jobman Julius, cor Sixth and Mission 



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Johansen George, 10G Jackson 
Johauson Gust, 7 Commercial 
Johnsen Emma Mrs, 640 Howard 
Johnson Alice Mrs, 302 Pacific 
Johnson A F, 10 Jackson 
Johnson Jennie Mrs, 10(3 Jackspn 
Johnson John, 6 Jackson 

JohnSOn Peter. SE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Bryant 

Johnson Peter A, 600 Fourth 

Johnson & Anderson (P A Johnson and 
A Anderson) Si 2 Kearny 

Johnson & Co (Olof and Chas Johnson) 
SE cor Jackson and Drumm 

Johnson & Lynch (Olof Johnson and M 
J Lynch) 35 Pacific 

Jones Frank, 194 Stevenson 

Jordan Adolph, 425 Montgomery ave 

Jordan J, 637^ Howard 

Jorgensen H C, 536 Sacramento 

Jorgensen J P, 512 Commercial 

Jost Grein, 149 Berry 

Josue Arthur, 113 Davis 

Joullin E, 32 Sixth 

Joyce & OrndOff (M E Joyce and 
James Orndotf) proprietors Baldwin 
Hotel Bar and Billiard Rooms, Bald- 
win Hotel 

Jullien J& Co (J Jullien, E Girard and 
A Goustiaux) 617 Pacific 

JUTS LotliS. 925 Mission 

Jurss John, 605 Davis 

Kahn Joseph, 416 Pine 

Kalkstein Henry, 629 Front 

Kamps FW, 16 and 18 California 

Kane Michael, cor Howard and First 

Karstens Chas, 1ME cor Jackson and 
Sausome 

Kasche Wm, 506 Montgomery 

Kayser & Mayer (Fritz Kayser and John 
Mayer) 910 Market 

Kearney & Flanagan (Jus Kearney and 
Wm Flanagan) 617 Montgomery 

Kearney William, 20 Everett 

Keenan Charles, 1144 Market 

Keenan John, 12 Ellis 

Keeny Martin, 820 Howard 

Kehlenbeck & Stuckert (H 

Kehlenbeck and Charles Stuckert) 8 

Sixth 
Kelleher & Simpson (Jeremiah Kelleher 

and William Simpson) SE cor Fourth 

and Folsom 
Kelley James, 827 Folsom 
Kelley Mary Mrs, 1132 Folsom 
Kelley Patrick, 27 Everett 
Kelley Peter, 235 Fell 
Kelly John, 186 Jessie 
Kelly John, 43 Second 
Kelly John T, 706 Howard 

Kelly L, 211 Eighth 

Kelly Martin, Mission road nr St Mary's 
College 



Hohbs, Wall & Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, I 



Kelly Thomas, Railroad ave bet Mani- 
toba and Dominica 

Kempf P, propr World's Fair Saloon, 
NVV cor Bush and Montgomery 

Keppel A C, cor Fifteenth and Mission 

Kernaghan John, 410 Fourth 

Kerner Peter, 163 Jessie 

Kerr Matt, 12-16 Leide-dorff 

Keuerleber Christian, 623 East 

Keuerleber John, 208 Third 

Kiesendahl Emil, 115 Sixth 

Kilday Michael, 100 Second 

Kilroy Mary Mrs, 213 Pacific 

Kim & Muller (C Kim and F Muller) 610 

Sacramento 
King John, 26 Turk 
King Thomas, NW cor Clay and Drumm 

Kittleberger Chas. ne cor 

Market and Powell 
Klemme ChaS. 930 Harrison 
Klos Wm, 111 LeidesdorfF 
Kneeland James H, 670 Howard 
KnOblOCh JaCOb, manager 

Kearny Street Exchange, 813 Kearny 
Knottner Florian, 505 Mission 
Knudson Thomas, 350 Brannan 
Kock Henry H, 15 and 17 LeidesdorfF 
Koenig Ferdinand, (530 Pacific 
Koenig F, 248 Sutter 
Kohler Edward, 430 Fourth 
Kohn Henry, 40S Folsom 
Kohnke P F F, 120 California 
Koopmann John, 36 Sacramento 
Koopmann Thomas, 1507 Franklin 
Kouke Andrew, 535 and 537 Merchant 
Korneck & Kalberla (H Korneck and C 

Kalberla) 30 Fremont 
Korner George, cor Jones and Pacific 
KO Ster J OSeph, proprietor 

Avenue House, cor Geary and Cen- 
tral ave 
Kraus Sol, 130 Geary 
Krehmke John, 15 Pacific 
Kreuzer Frank, 806 Third 
Krohn Louis, 29 Pacific 
Krueckel Bros (Chas and Frank) 412 

Market 
Kryuski L, 2925 Mission 
Kuhlke John H, SW cor Beale and 

Mission 
Kuhlwein E Mrs, SE cor Bush and 

Dupont 
Kuhn Christine Mrs, 1406 Polk 
Kuhn Henry, 710 Valencia 

Kuhn & Borneman. also bill- 
iard hall, S13 Market 
Kurtz Arthur, NE cor Bryant and Third 
Kyle Robert, 304 Pacific 
Labarbere J, 31 Sacramento 
Labat John, cor Powell and Broadway 

La Chapelle Exilda Mme. 

also carriages to be had at all hours, 
NW C"r Post and Central ave 

Street, S. F. 



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Lacoste Jean, 901 Montgomery ave 

Lacroix & Dolheguy (J Lacroix and A 
Dolheguy) 1522 Stockton 

Laduski .1. 518 Merchant 

LafiFerty B F, 255 Steuart 

Lagra^e Bernard, Railroad ave bet 
Trinidad and Bahama 

Lagrave J P, 1 122 Dupont 

Lahusen H. C, 511 Valencia 

Laird R B, 6 Hi -Sixth 

Lamlsberg A, junction Market and Mc- 
Allister 

Lane John J, 1 18 Fourth 

Lane William, 323 Fourth 

Lane & Fisher (M Lane and Benjamin 
D Fisher) 326 and 32S Davis 

Lang Lena, 122 Berry 

Lange Clias H, cor Sixth and Brannan 

Lange Peter N, 246 Townsend 

Lanigan Martin, 627 Clay 

Lankenau Henry, NW cor Railroad ave 
and Teneriffe 

LapoulideA, 102 O'Farrell 

Laroche A G, 425 Bush 

Larsen Antone, 5 1 Pacific 

Lask Harry, NW cor Kentucky and 
Falkland 

Lassale Emil, 1909 Geary 

Laugel Andrew, 1412 Dupont 

Lauriston & Ross (Archibald Lauriston 
and John Ross) 921 Battery 

Leary Patrick, 420 Pacific 

Leedes Albert, 609 Montgomery 

Leege William & Co (W Leege) 113 and 
115 Halleck 

Lehmann Fred, SE cor Clay and Drumm 

Lehmus John, 2234 Union 

Lehrke Christian, 620 Fourth 

Leith Chas W, NW cor Railroad ave 
and Falkland 

Lemaries Antone, NE cor Howard and 
Beale 

Leon E & CO (E Leon and Louis 
Piolla) (French) 1918 Fillmore 

Leon E & CO (branch store) SE cor 
Mission and Twenty-sixth 

Lep|>i B, 712 Pacific 

Leroy A, 38 Sixth 

Lester & Murphy (W Lester and J 
Murphy) 914 Market and 11 Ellis 

Levecpie Gustave, 418 Broadway 

Levers Fred, 813 Kearny 

Levy David P, 607 Sacramento 

Levy Jacques, 28 Geary 

Levy Sylvain, NW cor Third and Har- 
rison 

Lewellyn Robert, 14 Clay 

Lewis Samuel, 639 Mission 

Leydecker T W, SW cor Clay and East 

Leydecker & Lundsmann (T W Leydeck- 
er and J H Lundsmann) 631 Davis 

Liddell & Stapleton (John Liddell and 
Wm Stapleton) 26 Geary 

Liebenberg H, 413 Davis 



Ligon Julius, 601 Sacramento 
Lilkendey Otto W, SW cor Powell and 

Francisco 
LillGus, 16 Eddy 
Lille Michael, 1413 Dupont 
Liudall Martin, 346 Fourth 
Linn Jacob, 31 14 Mission 
Loderhose & Marggraf (Aug Loderhose 

and Chas Marggraf) NE cor New 

Montgomery and Mission 
Loesch Charles, SE cor Pine and Kearny 
Logan John, cor Mission and Thirty-first 
Lohsen D & Co (Diedrich Lohsen and 

H Aparius)junction Hayes and Market 
Long George, 149 Second 
Lon« Thomas, US First 

Looney & Cawley (A Looney 

and Geo Cawley) 9 Powell 
Loretz & Walker (F Loretz and J M 

Walker) NW cor Powell and Filbert 
Lough James, 514 Mission 

Louvre Branch. Gruen & Vogel- 
sang proprietors, St Ann's Building, 
junction Eddy and Powell 

Loy Chas, proprThe Cosy, 311 Sutter 

Lubben John, 427 Washington and 52S 
Sansome 

Lucy & Bryson (J T Lucy and James J 
Bryson) 802 Howard 

Ludorff Julius, SW car Washington and 
FVont 

Luesmann H H, 1512 Polk 

Luhrs Henry, 305 Davis 

Lund Peter & Co (P Lund and L P 
Christiansen) 200 Fifth 

Lutz Jacob F, 438 Commercial 

Lynch David, 117 Fourth 

Lynch Michael J, proprietor 

Lynch Resort, 35 Pacific 
Lynn Patrick, 1910 Mission 
Maack Ernest, cor Post and Stockton 
Maass C H, 313 East 
Maass Henry, 139 Beale 
Mac's Saloon, Michael Smith propr, 519 

Washington 
Mache Pietro, 317 Montgomery ave 
Madden Frank, 48 Jessie 
"Magnolia" Saloon, J B Bicon propr, 

213 Montgomery 
Maguire Patrick, 132 First 

Ma her Ellen Mrs. 441 Jessie 

Mahler John, 217 Beale 
Mahlmann Henry, 603 California 
Mahoney E 1, 31 Fourth 
Mala^amba C, 1128 Folsom 
Malley Wm, 21 Vallejo 

Malone James. 316 Fifth 

Mangels C & Co (Christ Mangels and E 
Lilienthal) SW cor Third and Mission 

Mangels Henry J, SE cor Howard and 
Fourth 

Mangels & Kaiser (Flerman Mangels and 
Herman Kaiser) 772 Mission 



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Bandmann, Nielsen & Co. , General Agents, S. F. 



Truman, Isham 4 Hooker, 



421-427 Market St. Buggies, Carriages. 
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Margetson & Street (F G J Margetson 
and John H Street) 200 Market and 1 
Pine 

Marshall George S, 1S02 Market 

Marshall & Spanton (Joe Marshall and 
James Spanton) 1210 Polk 

Martin Charles H, SW cor Vallejo and 
Davis 

Martin Joseph. 448 Valencia 

Martin Peter, 572 Folsom 

Martin Philip, 540 Clay 

Martin Robert, 116 Montgomery ave 

Martin & Beyersdorf (Andrew Martin 
and Edward Beyersdorf) 612 Sacra- 
mento 

Martm & Horton, 545 Clay 

Martin & Rahn, 9 Broadway 

Martini Giuseppe, 505 Green 

Marvin J B, 5 Leidesdortf 

Massat & Ldbine (Chas Massat and Oli- 
ver Labme) 641 Commercial 

Masterson John. 631 Merchant 

Mathe & Perrin (L Mathe and G Perrin) 
151 Eleventh 

Mathews John, 30SA Pacific 

Mathieu Gaston, 220 O'Farrell 

Mattheas Charles, 535 Clay 

Matticovich Nich, NE cor Washington 
and Battery 

Mayer Christian G, cor Paraguay and 
Railroad ave 

Mayer Weudelin, 25 Sixth 

Mayer & Kayser, 910 Market 

Maynard Harry, 114 and 116 Dupont 

Mavrhofer Anton, 4 09 California 

Mayrhofer & Ingell, 1210 v a - 

lencia 
Mazzi Frank, 22 Montgomery ave 
McAllister William, 212 Fourth 
McArdle Peter, SE cor Market and 

Fourth 
McCarthy Eugene, 108 First 
McCarthy Timothy, 2500 Mission 
McCarthy & Murphy (John McCarthy 

and Daniel Murphy) 215 Fourth 

McCarthy & Sullivan, 350 

Fifth 
McClellan Robert, 115 Vallejo 
McCloskey Anna Mrs, San Bruno road 

nr Fifteenth ave 
McColgen & Doherty (Edward Mc- 

Colgen and Geo Doherty) 224 Third 
McCOOey 0> 961 Bryant 
McCormick Patrick, cor Illinois and 

Napa 
McCuilough Catharine, 1118 Howard 
McCully John, 122 Second 
McDevitt Sarah Mrs, 120 Townsend 
McDonald Bridget Mrs, 1 1 Jessie 
McDonald Henrietta Mrs, Louisiana 

bet Sierra and Napa 
McDonald M J, 72S Brannan 
McDonough Thomas, 21 Leidesdorff and 

325 Sansome 



McElroy & Norton (Wm McElroy and 

J A Norton) 432 California 
McParland Joseph, NW cor Steiner and 

Union 
McGovern Phil, NE cor Kearny and 

Geary 
McGreal Patrick, 500 Seventh 
McGregor James, 242 Brannan 
McGrorey Thomas, 36 Secoad 
McKay & Beaton (James Mc- 
Kay and Neil Beaton) 639 Mission 
McKendry James, 205 Pacific 
McKewen & McKissick (Richard Mc- 

Kewen and David McKissick) 1430 

Market 
McKinney James, cor Twenty-iifth and 

Hampshire 
McKittrick James, 30S Fourth 
McLaughlin H N", 207 Main 
McLaughlin Michael, 1021 Howard 
McLaughlin William, 2 King 
McLeod Angus, 5 Morton 
McMahou John, 214 Fifth 

McManus Francis, S40 How- 
ard 

McManUS W H, 840 Howard 

McxMullen John, 22S First 

McNamara Daniel, 310 Pacific 

McNear James, 908 Kearny 

McNeill D R, cor Eighth and Market 

McNeills Margaret Mrs, 256 Brannan 

McNiece J W, 315 Pacific 

McNiece & Auderson (J N McNiece and 
P A Anderson) 902 Kearny 

McOdey Jas, NW cor Minna and Fif- 
teenth 

McPartland James, 804 Howard 

Meade John, 1646 Mission 

Meagher & White (Thos F Meagher and 
Geo T White) 1801 Mission 

Meauy & Shea (Edward Meany and H 
Shea) 129 Third 

Medau Julius H, 968 and 970 Folsom 

Mee Henry, cor Twentieth and Steven- 
son 

Meehan J J, cor Second and Howard 

Meier Louis H, cor Seventh ave and N 

Meissner L A, 419-423 Dupont 

Melczer Joseph, 259 Third 

Mendes D, 341 Sixth 

Mendiondou & Casadebat (B Mendion- 
dou and J B Casadebat) 532 Merchant 

Mercier Eugene, NW cor Seventh and 
Folsom 

Merz William, 1907 Haight 

Meyer Anton, SW cor Drumm and Sac- 
ramento 

Meyer D, NE cor Fourth and Harrison 

Meyer Frederick R, 510 Howard 

Meyer Henry, 724 Front 

Meyer W M & Co, NW cor Beale and 
Mission 

Meyer & Bush (H Meyer and C Bush) 
220 Dupont 



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Meyers Richard, NW cor Greenwich 

and Fillmore 
Miles J C, NE cor Polk and Sutter 
Miller C, 515 California 
Miller Henry, 503 Pacific 
Miller Henry, cor Davis and Jackson 
Miller John, 253 Steuart 
Miller John, cor Seventh and Bryant 
Ming Julius, 602 Mission 
Minke Frederick, Mission road nr Five 

Mile House 
Minor S A, 13 Third 
Mitchel W J, 311 Dupont 

Mitchell Frank, 1051 Market 
Mitchell Robt, cor California 

and Walnut 

Moegling Chas, 1143 Mission 

Moeller & Grauffel (John Moeller and 
Fred Grauffel) b23 and 025 Clay 

Moller F F & Co (F F Moller and L 
Wilson) 263 East 

Moller W H, NE cor Kearny and Wash- 
ington 

Molloy Dennis, 721 Davis 

Molloy William, 35 Third 

Mona Louis & Theo, 736 Montgomery 

Monahan & McCurren (John 

Monahan and Arthur McCurren) 434 

Pine 
Monetta & Cerutti (Guglielmo Monetta 

and Anton Cerutti) 1326 Dupont 
Monnier George, 1153 Howard 
Monnier G & Co (G Monnier and E 

Lauterbach) SE cor C olden Gate ave 

and Larkin 
Monnier Peter, 1350 Bush 
Mooney Annie, 125 Jackson 
Mooney Cornelius, 53^ Park ave 
Moore John, 413 Fifth 
Moore William, 609J Howard 
Moran James, 234 Brannan 
Moriarty D, 135| Ninth 
Moriarity & Clifford (Jeremiah Moriar- 

ity and John Clifford) 70S Mission 
Moroney J. SEcor Harrison and 

Garden 
Morris T J, 93 \\ Folsom 
M.u-ris W H, 16 Fifth 

Mouthon & Lacoste (J 

Muuthon and Theodore Lacoste) 

proprietors Cafe Lafayette, 508 Bush 

Mn eh & Herman (J N Mueh and A 

Herman) 1411 Stockton 
Mugge John, nr Five Mile House, Mis- 
sion road 
Muhluer F William, 775 Market 
Muirhead J B, cor Hayes and Larkin 
Mulcahy John, SW cor Natoma and 

Second 
Mulcahy & Quint! (J B Mul- 
cahy and T J Quinn) 160 Third 

Muiholland Patrick, 162 First 

Mullaly & O'Connell (T H Mullaly and 
J O'Connell) 30S Dupont 



Mullaney Michael, 4H Third 
Muller J P, 114 Golden Gate ave 
Muller & Kuehn (Henry Muller and 

Max Kuehn) 767 Market 
Muller & Lunsmann (J H Muller and 

J H Lunsmann) 215 Third 
Muller & Schmalz (G Muller and W 

Schmalz) 638 Sacramento 
MullinS J J, 1016 Folsom 
MunrO John, 266 Brannan 
Murphy J B, SW cor Seventh and 

Mission 
Murphy M D, NE cor Geary and Lyon 
Murphy Patrick, 124 Fourth 
Murphy William, Ocean View 
Murray David, cor Illinois and Napa 
Murray Patrick, cor W T hite's place and 

Bryant 
Myer H H, 440 Bush 
Nail Samuel, 919 Folsom 
Namany Henry, S39 Sacramento 
Nash \Vm, 4S0 Jessie 

Native Sons' Exchange, o 

E Healy and J P Whearty proprietors, 

1831 Mission 
Naumann Ernst, 154 Second 
Neal Frederick, 609 California 
Neary Charles, 142 Townsend 
Nell August, Illinois bet Sierra and 

Napa 
Nelligan Garrett, SW cor Fourth and 

King 

Nelson Peter, n Jackson 
Netter, David & Co (David 

Netter) importers and jobbers, 795 
Mission 
Neuman Philip, NW cor Twenty- 
fourth and York 

New Manhattan Saloon, 

Henry Iveineyer proprietor, SW c ir 
Battery and Commercial 

New World Exchange, R 

Gerhow & Co proprietors, SE cor Val- 

lejo and Front 
Nicholas Daniel A, 666 Mission 
Nichols William M, NW cor Powell 

and Francisco 
Nicholson John, 355 Third 
Nicolaysen Jens, SE cor Halleck and 

Leidesdorff 
Nielsen Christian, NW cor Clay and 

Davis 
Nielson Chris, 116 Montgomery ave 
Niessen J, 2612 Geary 
Nigro James V, 1312 Dupont 
Nihan Michael J, 331 Bay 
Nile Joseph, 1 152 Market 
Nubmann Frederick, 627 Merchant 
Noisat Amedee, 1334 Dupont 
Noisat Jules, 2931 Sixteenth 
Nolan J M, 1051 Market 
Nolan Tom, M62 Market 
Noonan D J, 769 Mission 



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Norman d Eugene, 518 Valencia 

Normann Otto, 114 O'Farrell 

Normann Otto, agt Lemp's Brewery, 
411 Bush 

Northrup & Kelley'(G E Northrup and 
G E Kelley) 23S Third 

Norton P H, SE cor Mission and Ninth 

Noye Thomas, 721 Clay 

Nugent E D, 13 Taylor ' 

O'Brien James, 511 Third 

O'Brien John, 546^ Mission 

O'Brien Timothy, 1110 Battery 

O'Brien & Galvin (M O'Brien and J 
Galvin) 243 Third 

O'Connell Daniel, 202 Post 

O'Connell Wm, 156 First 

O'Connor A E Mrs, 319 Third 

O'Connor Daniel, 520 Mission 

O'Connor Daniel, cor Twenty-fourth 
and Sanchez 

O'Connor William, 41 Jessie 

O'Donal James, 37 Everett 

O'Doiinell James, 519 Clay 

O'Donnell & McCourt, 5 Dupont 

O'Leary John, NE cor Powell and Green 

O'Mara Dennis, Illinois nr Napa 

O'Neil John, NVV cor St Thomas and 
Yazoo 

O'Neil Lawrence, 225 Pacific 

O'Reilly Jeremiah, SE cor Twenty-fifth 
and Valencia 

O'Reilly John P, cor Spring and Sum- 
mer 

O'Shea Jerry, 1144 Folsom 

Obermeyer T F A, cor Post and Du- 
pont 

Odonils August, SW cor St Thomas 
and Platte 

Ohinan Gus, 535 Pacific 

Okerblad & Streb, 229 Main 

Olivar & Vasquez (L Olivar and R Vas- 
quez) 1321 Dupont 

Olsen Andrew, 121 Jackson 

Olsen John E, 109 Jackson 

Olsen & Drew (J Olsen and C Drew) 
528 Broadway 

Osmer & Co (Chas Osmer, J G W 
Schulte, H H W Stroecker and Geo 
Hanekamp) SW cor Third and Berry 
and cor First and Brannan 

Osmers & Co, cor Spear and Bryant 

Ostlund Charles, 108 Berry 

Otersen H, 33 Post 

Owen Clements, S5 Ninth 

Palmer Albert, 115 Larkin 

Pape Fred L, 601 Battery 

Patten Wm P, <35<3 Mission 

Paulsen William, 52 Seventh 

Peach J, 132S Polk 

Pearl Saloon, Geo Hansen propr, 10S 
Sutter 

Pelrazzi & Gianettoni, 150 Fifth 

Pellicciaia Peter, 618 Front 

Penez E, NW cor Fifth and Bryant 



Perkins C C & CO (C C Perkins 
and H B Murray) proprietors The 
Senate, 344 Kearny 

Perrault Maurice N, 312 Washington 

Peters Brothers (W C, W and H N) 
proprs Old Corner Saloon, SE cor 
Montgomery and Commercial and SW 
cor Clay and Kearny 

Peters Chas F, 1215 Steiner 

Peters Frank Mrs, 504 Broadway 

Peters Jacob, 505 Pacific 

Peters John, S01 Fourth 

Petersen John, 8 Jackson 

Petersen John, Railroad ave bet Trini- 
dad and Bahama 

Peterson Andrew, 111 Jackson 

Peterson C, 526 Third 

Peterson C A, 14 Sansome 

Peterson Chas, 331 Fifth 

Peterson John, cor Railroad ave and 
Corea 

Petit Heury, cor Bush and Broclerick 

PetrOVICh S S & CO (Samuel 
S Petrovich) 1408 Stockton 

Petterson Jacob M, sw cor 

Beale and Harrison 
Peyre Jean, 1601 Market 
Pfeifer Geo P, Honduras nr Kentucky 
Picot John F, 502 Second 
Pinsker Morris, 415 Larkin 
Pircher John, 28 Third 
Plagemann & Bernhard, 16 O'Farrell 
Plumel John F, 18 Stockton 
Pope Gus, 541 First 
Potter James, cor Mission and Randall 
Powell S W, 129 Clay 
Powers James D, cor Mason and Ellis 
Powning Susan Mrs, 433 Jessie 
Pregge Henry, Chicago Beer Saloon, 20 

Sacramento 
PrOgre5S> Joseph Straub, 327 and 

329 Bush 
Prunty Owen, cor Eighth and Folsom 
Purcell David, 102 Central ave 
Pythian SalOOn, A BBroyer and 

Theodore Fulton, SW cor Sixth and 

Howard 
Quaresma Antonio Leal, 315J Drumm 
Quast Johannes, cor Pacific and Drumm 
Quigley Charlie, 636 Third 
Quigley & Oelund (John Quigley and 

Louis Oelund) 536 Fourth 
Quilici Venanzio, 632 Broadway 
Quinn John J, 325 Pacific 
Quitzow & Behneman (H W Quitzow 

and H Behneman) 221 Sansome 
Rademaker J M, 800 Montgomery 
Rader & Bonn (J Adam Rader and 

Henry Bonn) 515 Clay 
Radovich Bozo, 29 Geary 
Radovich J L & Co (J L Radovich, M 

Denaveaux and H A Maison) 328 

Pine 



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Radovich & Uhrlaudt (L Radovich aud 
H E Uhrlaudt) 306 Kearny 

Raether E P, Grand Opera House, Mis- 
sion nr Third 

Rahe Joseph, cor Jackson and Battery 

Ranken H, 10S1 Market 

Rasmussen R, Sierra bet Louisiana and 
Mary laud 

Rasmussen R, cor Michigan and Napa 

Razzetto Fortunato, 527 Washington 

Reception Saloon, Sullivan & Farley 
proprs, '206 and 208 Sutter 

Rech Joseph, French Liquor 
Store, SE cor Polk and Pine 

Reck Fred, 2949 Sixteenth 

Keckenbeil Fred, 624 Fulton 

Reddy John, 502 Be ale 

Reese George, NE cor Howard and Main 

Reese Henry, NE cor Beale and 
Bryant 

Reeve & Wool (Wm Reeve and B 
Wood) 1021 Market 

Regan Martin, 402 Main 

Regli & Furrer (tf Regli and J Furrer) 
SW cor Pine and Montgomery 

Reich John, 615 Davis 

Reidy Patrick K, 556 Mission 

Reilly Patrick, 3339 Mission 

Reimers William, 30 Fourth 

Renault John, Railroad ave bet Corea 
and Marquesas 

Resin g John, Mission Street road opp 
St Mary's College 

Ricci Miriuccia, 509 Washington 

Richards J E, 26 Fourth 

Richardson E, 134 Seventh 

Richardson John, 132 Seventh 

Richter Rose Mrs, 541 Jackson 

Rieck Henry, cor King and Sixth 

Ring Bros (E G and W H) 3549 Fillmore 

Ring J B, cor Sixteenth and Sanchez 

Roach Michael H, NE cor Twenty- 
fourth and York 

Robbins E Mrs, 1142 Folsom 

Robin Adrien & Co (Adrien 

R.bin) 610 Fourth 

Robinson Henry, 501 Davis 

Roche Dennis D, 815^ Folsom 

Rodefeld & Davis (Fritz Rodefeld and 
W H Davis) 105 and 107 Dupont 

Roderick J D, 45 5 Stevenson 

Rohrs Geo H, NE cor Sutter and Cen- 
tral ave 

Rooney Patrick, 813 Battery 

Roper Chas, 913 Montgomery ave 

Rose Charles, 500 Davis 

Rose E G, 52 First 

Rose William, 311 Fourth 

Elosengarn H, 112 Dupont 

Rosengarn Henry, 800 Sixth 

Rosenkranz Charles, SE cor Greenwich 
and Steiner 

Rosenquist John, 411 Drumm 

Ross Chas, 500 Davis 



Ross J H, 666 Mission 

Rossi A & Co (Angel Rossi andGiacomo 

Faretto) 521 Commercial 
Rossi & Daneri (F Rossi and G Daneri) 

525 Vallejo 
Rotherman John, Fourth bet Townsend 

and King 
Rottanzi Giosue, 3200 California, 1012 

Valencia and 1027 Market 
Rouzo Edward, 331 and 331^ Fourth 
Rowe Erastus P, 405 Front 
Rowel B A, 512 Bryant 
Ruegg Paul, 1409 Polk 
Rumetsch John, cor Sutter and Dupont 
Rumies Annie Mrs, 416 Broadway 
Russell Edward, 3 and 5 Polk 
Russell P, 412 Folsom 
Ryall John, 4 Jackson 
Ryan Martin, 133 Third 
Ryan Mathaen, 1 127 Market 
Ryan Michael, 715^ Davis 

Ryan Philip, I7i Sixth 

Ryan & Lynch (Michael Ryan and Si- 
mon Lynch) 715^ Davis 

Ryan & Ott (John Ryan and John F 
Ott) 1135 Dupont 

Ryan & White (Jerry Ryan and Wm 
White) 119 Fifth 

Sainsot Anna, 200 Mission 

Salter John, S58 Howard 

Salvatore Romani, 437 Broadway 

Sample Samuel S, 231 Kearny 

Samsreither George, 411 Pacific 
Sander Peter, 993 Market 

Sanders Annie, 123 Shipley 

Sanders Chas, cor Second and Howard 
Sanders H A, 4 Washington 

Sanders Joseph, 123 Washing- 
ton 

Sandersfeld Fred, 801 Turk 
Sangllinetti A, NE cor Polk and 

Washington 
Sanguinetti Andrea, 1506 Powell 
Sanken D, 4S Grove 
SaSS A H C, 10441 Howard 
Sass Edward, 118 Washington 

Sattara Antonio, 200 Pacific 

Sawyer Bell, 12 Washington 

Sawyer M A Mrs, NW cor Fulton and 

Devisadero 
Sawyer Tom, 935 Mission 
Saylor Daniel, 1915 Mission 

Scalmanini Carlo, 712 Front 
Schaefer Conrad, proprietor 

Schaefer's Exchange Saloon, 1 121 Mis- 
sion 
Schaer Fred, NW cor Drumm 

and Commercial 

Schaer John, 2545 Mission 

Scharninghausen F, NW cor Davis and 
Oregon 

Scharninghausen F R, 48 New Mont- 
gomery 



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Schaupp & Toennies (Frederick Sehaupp 

and Hermann Toennies) 40 Eddy 
Scheggia Chas, 537 Broadway 
Scheibe B nnett, 7 Washington 
Schlaudecker M, 527 Clay 
Schlesinger Co (The), 219 Dupont 
Sehlieker Henry, 717 Davis 
Schluter Daniel, 508 Davis 

Schmalzlen George, Bakers' 

and Butchers' Exchange, 763 Howard 
Schmidt Adolph J S, cor Fifth and 

Berry 
Schmidt Chris J F, Junction 

Exchange, 502 Market and 3 Sutter 
Schmidt Henry, NW cor Washington 

and Davis 
Schmidt Hubert, SE cor Stockton and 

Union 
Schmidt R, 304 Battery 
Schneele Louis, 120 Leidesdorff 
Schneider Geo, 1125 Dupont 
Schneider Jean, 817 Larkin 
Schoenfeld Solomon, NW cor Twenty-. 

fourth and Missio i 
Schottler Rudolph, 401 Broad- 
way 
Schrader Chas, 225 Broadway 
Schramm & Henne, Oberou Saloon and 

Billiard Hall, 3S O'Farrell 
Schreiber Ignatz, SE cor Hayes and 

Devisadero 
Schreiber John, 631 Mission 
Schreiber Wm, 21 Kearny 
Schroder Henry, S\V cor Francisco and 

Mason 
Schroeder C G, SE c >r Seventh and Fol- 

som 
Schroeder Claus, 652 Fourth 
Schroth Amiie Mrs, 651 Washington 
Schroth Julius, NW cor Larkin and 

Grove 
Schuebel Fritz, 513-517 Montgomery ave 
Schuldt John, 501 Dupont 
Schultz & Koch (Wax Schultz and Peter 

Koch) 635 Davis 
Schultze Louis, SW cor Battery and 

Lombard 
SchuIZ Peter, 631 Merchant 
Scnulz & Broer (John Schulz and Chas 

Broer) 532 Montgomery ave 
Schumacher Fred, 36 Stenart 
SchUSter Fred, 427 Valencia 
Schuster Joseph F, 212 Drumm 
Schwark Wm, 766 Mission 
Schwartz Henry, 133 Montgomery 
Schwartz, H using & Meyer (C Schwartz, 

R Husing and A Meyer) 1 Market 
Schwartz & Co (Gustave Schwartz and 

L Foge) 1016 Market 
Schwarz Charles, terminus Presidio 

railroad 
Schwarz Gustav, Felsen Grotte Saloon, 

1016 Market 
Schwarz Louis, 540 Commercial 



Schwedt August, 1135 Folsom 

Schweizer Fritz, 243 Second 

Schwiebert H W, 1901 Post 

Sciaroni ChaS 621 Broadway 

Scollay Win A, NW cor Golden Gate 
ave and Taylor 

Scuenfeld Ernst, 504 Hayes 

Sears Wm M, 121 Fourth 

Sears & Foley (M G Sears and Tom Fo- 
ley) NW cor Washington and East 

Seaton M S, cor Kentucky and Hondu- 
ras 

Seatou Sam'l, SE cor Kentucky and 
Honduras 

Seeba J, 629 Montgomery 

Seemann Charles L, SE cor California 
and Kearny 

Semlar Annie, cor Greenwich and Baker 

Senate SalOOn (The) C C Perkins 
& Co proprietors, 344 Kearny 

Sengestakeu Peter, SE cor Fremont and 
Mission 

Shanahan Susan, 1474 Harrison 

Shanahan Thomas, 344 Tenth 

Sheehan John, NW cor Broderick and 
Greenwich 

Sheehan Jos, 414 Market 

Sherwood Wiilett, 304 Caii- 

fornia 

Shrewsbury William W, 

116 Fourth 

Shute & Welsh (R A Shute and J C 
Welsh) Kentucky bet Sierra and Ne- 
vada 

Shyne D F, 941 Market 

Siems John, 318 Brannan 

Sievert ferd, 130 Berry 

Silva Frank, 646 Pacific 

Silveira Raulino V, 319 Drumm 

Silver State Saloon, Howarth & Barry 
proprs, 252 Third 

Simon Mark, 39 Eddy 

Simonson John, 321 Drumm 

Simpson & Lavelle (S Simpson and J 
Lavelle) 1111 Howard 

Sinoneti Gabriel, 412 Broadway 

Sivertsen Martin, NE cor Steuart and 
Howard 

Sjowall Erasmus P, Honduras nr Ken- 
tucky 

Skelly John, NE cor Howard and 
Fourth 

Sleavin Daniel, 417 Brannan 

Sheer & Townsend (C B Slicer and 
Isadore Townsend) 1 Stockton 

Sloan Alex, 9 Post and 610 Market 

Smadeke Wm, SW cor Eighth and Mis- 
sion 

Smith Adam, 633 Sacramento 

Smith Columbus, nr Five Mile House, 
Mission Street road 

Smith Delia Mrs, 12 Tehama place 

•Smith John, 112 Jackson 

Smith Michael, 519 Washington 



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Smith W H, 522 Bittery 

Sobbe Dietrich, 541 and 543 Mission 

Sohl John, 321 Bay 

Somerville Dan, Commercial 

Hotel Wine Room, 132 Montgomery 

ave 

Sorensen Dunker & Co (J 

Sorensen, A Dunker and li Dangers) 
also bottlers of National and Boca 
beers, 425 Clay 
Sormano Giuseppe, 308 Montgomery ave 

South End Saloon, Dameisiea- 

vin proprietor, 417 Brannan 
Sparrow Joseph, 33 Clementina 
Sprague John C, 43 Eddy 
S preen Wm, cor Railroad ave 

and St Thomas 
Sprekelsen Henry, SE cor Sixteenth 

and Capp 

Springer William, also gro- 
cery, cor Seventeenth and Dolores 

Stahr H P A, 5 Berry 

Stampp Fred, 50G Clay 

Stand Alfred, 525 East 

Staniforth Julia Mrs, 720 Third 

Stanley Pat, 025 Seventh 

Steinbaeh & Craig (Henry Steinbach 
and Wm Craig) 809 and 811 Kearny 

Steiner Nicholas, 311 Bush and 1100 
Market 

Steinkamp B C, 418 Clay 

Steinkamp Chas F & Co (C F and B C 
Steinkamp) SE cor Battery and Sac- 
ramento 

Stennersen Lars, 2300 Folsom 

Sternberg & Hagemann (Kaiser Stern- 
berg and W Hagemann) 334 Bu^h 

Stevens & Bedford (George Stevens and 
Wm Bedford) cor Union and Battery 

Stewart Jennie Miss, SE cor Sutter and 
Central ave 

Stewart & Co (Henry Stewart) 32 Mont- 
gomery 

StOCker Wm, 1635 Post 

Stoddard Thomas, 708 Folsom 

Stoetzer Edward, 551 Fifth 

St' 'ever Henry, NE cor Sixteenth and 
Howard 

Straub John P, 207 Dupont 

Straub Joseph, 327 and 329 Bush 

Streit William. 816 Montgomery 

Strohl Jacob, NW cor Green and Mont- 
gomery ave 

Stromberg F W, 832 Geary 

Strothoff John, 23 Third 

Struckmann Bros (William and Henry) 
NE cor Beale and Folsom 

Stuhlmacher William, 235 Main 

Stumer & Ruustrom (Henry Stumer 
and Chas Runstrom) 905 Kearny 

Sturla G B, 1504 Dupont 

Sturzenegger C A, 536 Mission 

Sullivan M, 522 First 

Sullivan Michael, 31 Fifth 



Sullivan Patrick, 12 Broadway 
Sullivan P J, 425 Pacific 
Sullivan W A, 215 Sixth 

Sullivan Wm J, also lunch 

room, NE cor California and Davis 

Sullivan & Farley, 206 and 208 

Sutter 

Summit House, Chas Luttringer propr, 
Mission road nr St. Mary's College 

Sunny Side Saloon, Willett 

Sherwood proprietor, 304 California 
Sutter Street Exchange, R Kummerlan- 

der, 242 Sutter 
Svilovich N, 529 Jackson 
Swanson Joseph, 1229 Steiner 
Taniere E & CO (E Tauiere and 

F Buermanu) 416 Battery 
Taylor James, NE cor Greenwich and 

Baker 
Teese Lewis, cor Kearny and California 
Theil Francois, 300 Third 
Thiermann Richard, 536 Pacific 
Thimsen J, 313 Pai iric 
Thorn Wohrden T N, SE cor Twenty- 
third and Bartlett 
Thompson Win J, 3 Merchant 
Thorseu & Ramsey (P Thorsen and N 

Ramsey) 901 Kearny 
Tienken Henry, Mission opp Cortland 

ave 

Tierney Martin, 18 Everett 

Tietjen Henry, 906 Kearny 

Tietjen Hermann, 520 Pine 

TigUe J T, 216 Van Ness ave 
TiSCher Paul, proprietor Ein- 

trauht Saloon, 539 California 
Tobbenboske Hermann, SW cor Second 

and Market 
Tollner Wm,' SW cor Davis and Pacific 
Toncovich Ellio, 419 Davis 
Torassa G B, 1409 Dupont 
Totman & Pengellay (Leslie Totman and 

R W Pengellay) 575 Folsom 
Tracy Michael, 1404 Valencia 
Travers M W, 659 Clay 
Tridon L, 317 Dupont 

Trost Louis P, 616 Cla y 

Trottemant R, 1 Quincy 
Tyson Duncan S, 122 Leidesdorff 
Urban Jacob, 925 Kearny 
Vahle G Harry, 65 Fourth 

Val Halla Saloon, J Chresten- 

sen proprietor, 317 Pacific 
Vallet Charles, 347 Fifth 

Van Bergen August, 425 

San some 
Van Duren Herman, 1101 Folsom 
Van Noorden Wm, NE cor Twenty- 
fifth and Mission 
Vauthier Alfred, NW cor Broadway 

and Stockton 
Vekander Anders, 537 Post 
Verhaegen William, 39 Sacramento 



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Vetterli Jacob, 11^ Geary 

Villedieu Chas, NE cor Post and Larkin 

Vollmer Henry, i Pacific 

Von der Nieuburg W A, SW cor Cali- 
fornia and Drumm 
Von Staden George, 512 Front 
Vossbrinck Diedrich, 26 C J East 
Vroom P Q, 645 Merchant 
Wack John, SE cor Stanyan and Fulton 

Wagner A & Co (A Wagner) 

proprietors The Russ Saloon, 227 
Montgomery 

Wahl Christian & Co (Christian Wahl 
and Henry Klassen) 525n Sansome 

Waldeek Ernest, 32 Second 

Waldeck Frederick, 22 First 

Walford Wm, 1004 Kearny 

Wallis & Rickard (D W Wallis and L 
L Rickard) cor Market and Eleventh 

Walsh Amos, cor Mission and Ridley 

Walsh James, 316 Fourth 

Walsh Wm R, cor Welsh and Fourth 

Walsh & Armstrong (S Walsh and 
J Armstrong) 546 First 

Walsh & Sullivau (T H Walsh and J J 
Sullivan) NE cor Folsom and Twenty- 
sixth 

Warburton Wm, 537 Clay 

Ward M J, 327 and 329 East 

Warner Abraham, NVV cor Meiggs' 
Wharf and Francisco 

Wartmann Charles, 655 Third 

Waterman & Middlekamp (J G Water- 
man and H Middlekamp) SW cor 
Jackson and Montgomery 

Watson Joe, cor Ellis and Mason 

Weatherby Charles, 516 Mission 

Wedel John G, cor Drumm and Pacific 

Wehr Henry, 40 and 118 Jackson 

Wehri Samuel, cor Washington and 
Montgomery ave 

Wehring Chas, 431 Bush 

Weiman Chas, 19 Fourth 

Weisenborn Frederick, SE cor Lom- 
bard and Lyon 
Weiss Jacob, 333 Bush 

Weiss & Harrison (Jerry 

Weiss and James Harrison) NE cor 

Fourth and Sdver 
Weissig H E, 237 Fourth 
Welp R, 1147 Market 
Wenes Victor & Co, 510 Pine 
Wenzel W W, 20 and 22 Geary 

Werlen Theodore, 4204 Sixth 

Werner Robert, 234 Sixth 

Wessell John, SEcor Powell and Union 

Westdorp H J, 611 Davis 

Westdorp Robert, 611 Davis 

Weyman A T, SE cor Greenwich and 

Steiner' 
Weyrother Ferdinand, 165 and 167 

Sixteenth 
Whearty Joseph P, 1S31 Mission 



Wheeland & Collins (Jas 

Wheelaud and S M Collins) 511 Cal- 
ifornia 

Whelan John, NE cor Golden Gate ave 

. and Fillmore 

Whetmore D W, 514 Bush 

Wichman & Libbing (John L Wichman 
and Henry H Libbing) 1034 Market 

Wickley Charles, 705 Battery 

Wieland Frank, 26 Leidesdorff 

Wiemann Chas, cor Fourth and Steven- 
son 

Wiemann & Deppe (John Wiemann and 
Henry Deppe) NW cor Ninth and 
Mission 

Wienberg & Specter (A Wienberg and 
R Specter) cor Beale and Bran nan 

Wiese John, NW cor Mission and 
Sixteenth 

Wilkens J A, 1000 Market 

Wilkinson Eli J, 3501 Fillmore 

Wilkinson F, 415 Bash 

William Gustav, 7 Mission 

Williams J S, 34 Second 

Williams John T, 20 Commercial 

Williams Owen, 7 sixth 

Willie John J, 232 First 
Willoughby W H. 533 Pacific 

Wilson Andrew, 220 Townsend 

Wilson Henry, 5u5 East 

Wilson Wm, 947 Folsom 

Wmdhaus Bernard, 1057 Market 

Windrow Richard, SW cor Twenty- 
sixth and Mission 

Winkler Julius, 163 New Montgomery 

Winslow James, 314 Third 

Winslow & Co (Jair.es Winslow and 
Walter Vitt) S71 Market 

Winter Kasteu, NW cor Jackson and 
East 

WissingF Jacob, 1057 Folsom 

Witt Behretid, 1007 Battery - 

Wittmaack & Vock (Fred Wittmaack 
and Samuel Vock) NE cor Fourth and 
Jessie a nd SW cor Grove and Webster 

Wittmeier John Geo, 513 Pacific 

Woerz G H, 5 Hardie place 

Wolfe & DorriS (Edward Wolfe 
and T lomas D ^rris) 340 Third 

Wolfe & SykeS ( Horatio T Wolfe 
and John A Sykes) proprietors Ar- 
mory Exchange Saloon, 63 New 
Montgomery cor Minna 

Wolkenhauer Hermann, 506 Washington 

Wollitz Emilie, 529 Pine 

Wood C C, NW cor California and 
Steiner 

Wood Frederick, cor Fillmore 
and Eddy 

Wood H V, cor Mission and Eugenia 

Woods Edward, 244 Brannan 

Woods J S, 212 Townsend 

Woods William C, NE cor Second and 
South Park 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., »tSr Crescent City 



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World's Fair Saloon, P Kempf propr, 

NW cor Bush and Montgomery 
Wortmann Chris, 655 Third 
Wrede Cord, 419 East 
Wrede & Weber (Cord Wrede and 

Deitrich Weber) NE cor Clay and 

East 
Wright William, 1914 Market 
Wuestefeld Julius G, NW cor Baker and 

Beach 



Yeoman William, 16 Clay 

Yeomans Henry, 219 Second 

Young Emma Mrs, 1013 Kearny 

Zacharias Lyon, 40 i Market 

Zechow Henry, 122 Jackson 

Zeh P, 1151 Harrison 

Zehndar Daniel, 45 Third 

Zeimer Daniel, 438 Hayes 

Zimbelman & Matt (C A Zimbelman 

and F Matt) 3"J9 Sixth 
Zincke William, cor Hyde and Turk 



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M. GIANETTONI, 

— Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in — 
FOREIGN ASJD NATIVE 

WINES and LIQUORS, 

No. 29 SIXTH STREET, 

N. E. Corner .Te*sie, SAN FRANCISCO. 



L 1 Q U US-IMPORTERS 
AND WHOLESALE 

Anduran C & Co (C Andnran and C 

Carpy) 515 and 517 Sacramento 

Bach, Messe& Co(J«>i"iBach 

and Herman Me.se) 321 Montgomery 
Baldwin E J, Alex McAbee agent, 

27 Ellis 

Blumenthal & Mund (Max 

Blumenthal and Fred Mund) also im- 
porters and manufacturers cordials, 
syrups, bitters and coloring, and 
bottling agents for Schlitz Milwaukee 
Beer, 65b and 6si0 Mission 

Bontempi & Ferullo (G- Bon- 
tempi and D Ferullo) 305 Montgom- 
ery ave 

Bothin, Dallemand & Co (H E Bothin, 
Albert Dallemand, T and Max Ober- 
felder) 215 and 217 California 

Braunschs\eiger & Co (H Braun- 
schweiger) 223 California 

Buneman & Martinoni (H Buneman and 
E Martinoni) 401 and 403 Front 

BlirgeS & CO, 708 and 710 San- 
some 

Burnell & Turner, 519 Sacramento 

Carroll, Abrams & Carroll (R T and 
George L ( arroll and John A Abrams) 
3 and 5 Front 



Cartan. McCarthy & Co 

(Frank M Car can and T F McCarthy) 

511 and 513 Sacramento 
Cassin P J & Co (P J Cassin) 433 Battery 
Chauche A G, 615 Front 

Chenoweth J M, 902 and 904 

Merchant 

Chevalier F & Co (Fortuno 

Chevalier) 520 and 522 Washington 
Commiiis E & Co (Edward and Edward 

P Cummins) 5 and 7 Pine 
Covington & Westhoff (Wm Westhoff) 

519 Sacramento 
Crane, Hastings & Co (B G Crane and 

C E Benjamin) 316 Sacramento and 

321 Commercial 
Daneri F & CO (Francis Daneri 

and Henry Casanova) also wholesale 

grocers, 27 and 29 California 
Denaveaux &Maison (Martin Denaveaux 

and Henry A Maison) NW cor Jack- 
son and Sansome 
Dreyfus B & Co, 630-642 Brannan and 

15 and 17 Front 
Evans A F & Co (A F Evans and J D 

Jones) 16 Front 
Fargo E A & Co (J B and E A Fargo) 

316 Front 

Fenkhausen A &, Co (Aman 

dus, Caesar, and Rudolph Fenkhausen) 
414 Front 



Judson Powder Improved 



For RAILROAD and BANK Blasting. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



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Finke A Mrs, 809 Montgomery 
Frapolli, Berges & Co (B Frapolli and 

P B Berges) 70S and 710 Sansome 
Freudenberg M & Co, 630 Commercial 
Oilman, Walker & Co (G B Oilman and 

James G Walker) 224 Front 
Goodwin M & Co (M Goodwin) 407 Bat- 
tery 
Grange Numa, 711 Sansome 
Greenebaum Alfred & Co, 111 Front 
Oruenberg M & Co (Max Gruenbergand 

A H Oreenbers) 117 Battery 
Gundlach J & Co, cor Second and 
Market 

Harrison, Wolff & Sher- 
wood (Robert J Harrison, VVm 
Wolff and Henry H Sherwood) also 
English and French grocers, tea im- 
porters, and shipping and commission 
merchants, 214 and 216 Market and 
18 and 20 Front 

Mencken & Schroder, 208 

Fr -lit 

Hey, Grauerholz & Co (John Hey and 
Henry J Grauerholz) 105 and 107 Cal- 
ifornia 

Hildebrandt, Posner & Co (W C Hiltte- 
brandt and M Posner) 411 and 413 
Battery 

Hoelscher Wm & Co, 504 Market 

Hotaling A P & Co (A P Ho- 

taling) also sole agents J H Cutter's 
Old Bourbon and Bye Whiskies, 429- 
437 Jackson 

Jaujou E A & Co (E A Jaujou and 
Leon Chassayne) 430 Jackson 

Juri L & Son (L and H) 1328 and 
1 ,30 Sto ktou 

Kelly J T M & Co (J T M Kelly) 217 
and 219 Commercial 

Kelly & Egan (M H Kelly and 
John Egan) 623 Sansome 

Kenny John, 605 Front 

Kohler& Frohling (Chas Kohler) 626 
Montgomery 

Kohler & Van Bergen (Henry Kohler 
and N Van Bergen) 417 and 419 Mont- 
gomery and 987-993 Market 

Lachman & Jacobi (A Lachman and F 
and J J Jacobi) 19 First 

Lachman S & Co, 409 Market 

Lang & CO (Geo Lang) 8-12 Eddy 
Lawrence & Co (L W Lawrence and H 

Webster) 410 Sacramento 
Lenormand Brothers (Joseph and Leon) 

735 and 737 Howard 
Lilienthal & Co (E Rand J LLilienthal) 

100 and 102 Front 
Livingston & Co (L Livingston, A P 

Williams and Joseph May) 25 and 27 

Fremont 
Loewe Bros (H Loewe, M Siegel and J 

Blum) 217 Battery 



Lyons E G & Co (E G Lyons and Jules 
Meyer) 506 Jackson 

Mandlehaum F & Sons, 312 

(Sacramento 

Maristany Joseph, 605 Front 

Martin E & Co (D V B Henarie) 408 
Front 

McAhee Alex, agent E J Bald- 
win, 27 Ellis 

Meinecke Chas & Co (Chas Meinecke 
and J K C Portman) 314 Sacramento 

Meyer, Steiner & Co (E m 

Meyer, Samuel Steiner and L Brand) 

413 and 415 Pine 
More Samuel & Co (Samuel More) 216 

California 
Moore, Hunt & Co (G H Moore, H B 

Hunt and C Deweese Jr) 404 Front 
Murphy James W, 420 Sacramento 

Naber, Alfs & Brune (Henry 

D Naber, William Alfs and Henry 
Brune) 413 Front 

Olcovich Brothers, 12 Front 

Oris Fred M, 30J Front 

Palmer & Goodkind, 435 California 

Pascal Dubedat & Co (E Pascal and E 

Dubedat) 426 Jackson 
Perkins C C & CO, 344 Kearny 
PetrOVICh S S & CO, also pro- 
ducer Golden Eagle Champagne, 1408 

and 1410 Stockton 
Porter David, 405 Montgomerjr 
Putzman F H & Co (F H Pinzman) NE 

cor Montgomery and Pine 
I'enz J, 315 Commercial 
Roth & Co (Joseph Roth, A Roos and S 

Scheeline) 214 and 216 Pine 
Rottanzi G, 1027 Market 
Sabatie P G & Co (P O Sabatie) 330 

Bush 
Saulnier John & Co (J Saulnier and P 

Laclaviere) 607 Front 

Schardin J P & Co, 16 Dupont 
Schilling, Walter & CO, NW 

cor Pine and Battery 
Schmierer & Zeller, 126 Kearny 
Schultz Wm A, 523 F'ront 
Schultz & Von Bargen, 313 and 315 

Front 

Shea, Bocqueraz & McKee 

(James Shea, A Bocqueraz and Robert 
McKee) SW cor Front and Jackson 

Siebe Bros & Plagemann 

(John D and Fred C Siebe and Fred 

Plagemann) SE cor Sacramento and 

Sansome 
Siebe, Campe & Co (George Siebe and 

Henry Campe) 301 and 303 Front 
Simmonds Geo & Co (Geo Simmonds, A 

Dallemand and T Oberfelder) 215 and 

217 California 
Spruance, Stanley & Co (John Spruance 

and S L Stanley) 410 Front 



M0RETTI & TREZZINI, Fresco Painters 



Phelan 
Building. 



Walnut, maple cherry. 



John Wigmore; Office, 133 Spear St. 
Yards 1«»-147 Spear; 20-2S Howard. 



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SrOUfe<& McCrUITI (JohnSroufe 
and Hugh McCrum)208 and 210 Mar- 
ket 

Stevens George, 31 S Front 

Straub Joseph 3-27 and 329 Bush 

Taniere E & Co, «6 Battery 

Thatcher Geo & Co (Geo Thatcher) 
410 Sacramento 

Thomas Eugene & Co (Eu- 
gene Thomas and Adolphe Carrere) 
also agents Bordeaux Board of Under- 
writers, 617 and 619 Sansome 

Upham & Gunn (B H Upham and A F 
Gunn) 325 Sansome 

Van Bergen N & Co, 413 and 415 Clay 

Vi<mier A, 429 and 431 Battery 

Walter M & CO (Max Walter) 
625 Sansome 

Ward, Heathcote & Co <Wm Ward and 
Bazil Heathcote) 509 Sacramento 

Warde M & Co (Michael Warde) 416 
and 418 Sansome 

Weil Brothers (William and L A) 213 
Jackson 

Wheeland & Collins (James 

WheelandandS M Collins) 329 Mont- 
gomery and 511 California 
Wichman & Lutgen (H P Wichmanand 
John Lutgen) 321 Clay 

Wilmerding & Co (J C Wil- 

merding and John T Haviland) 214 
and 216 Front 
WolterS BrOS & CO (Henry 
and August Wolters and Ed H Bum- 
sted) 221 California 



LITHOGRAPHERS 

Baker George H- 252 Market 
Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 
Bosqui Engraving and 

Printing CO (The) Edward Bos- 
qui manager, 523 Clay and 518 Com- 
mercial 
BrittOn & Rey, 5 * 25 Commercial 
Brodie J R & CO, NW cor San- 
some and Sacramento 

Dickman Jones & Het 

trich, 532 Commercial 
Filmer & Stiller, 414 Sacramento 

Calloway Lithographing 

CO (W T Galloway and Otto Schon- 

iinr) -US-422 Commercial 
International Bank Note Co (of New 

York) J Howard Barnard mgr Pacific 

Branch, 7 Montgomery ave 
LearV A J, 402 anc * *^* Sansome 
MacCabe & CO, 611 Merchant 
Pacilic Type Foundry Co, A Deanng 

sec, 52S Sacramento 
Palmer & Rey, 405 Sansome 



Schmidt Label & Litho 

graphic CO, 27 and 29 Main 

Waldstein Abraham, 320 Sansome 



SCHMIDT 

Label and Lithographic 

COMPANY, 

SI to 31 Main St., San Francisco. 

Glossed Labels, Commercial Work, Artistic 
Color Printing, Photo Engraving:, Glossed Labels, 
Box Brands. 



LIVE STOCK. 

Cunniff William, 1609 Market 

Horan James D, cor Tenth and Howard 

James J G, 331 Kearny 

Jordan Valley Stock Co, Geo W Scott 
sec, 202 Sansome 

Netters H, cor Mission and Twenty- 
eighth 

Pattin Frank, 736 Pacific 

Sweeny E & Co (Edward Sweeny and 
Ambrose Sharkey) Ninth bet Folsom 
and Harrison 

Washburn Henry, Bryant bet Fourth 
and Fifth 

LIVERY STABLES. 

(See Stables.) 

LOCKS-ELECTRIC DOOR 
OPENERS. 

California Electrical 

WorkS- 35 Market 

Klein John M & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 

LOCKSMITHS 

(See also Cutlers.) 

Beck August, 18 Montgomery ave 
Bien Joseph, 412 Commercial 
Camous Andre, 436 Bush 
Cass J J, 366 Third 

CeregTiino Carlo, cor Mission and Thirti- 
eth 
Cohen David, 1084 Howard 
Coomens John, 411 Sixth 
Crowe Timothy, 115 Fourth 
Davidson J D, 30 < J'Farrell 
Dudley Geo, 2005 Mission 
Dupas A, 673 Misson 
Edelmann Joseph, 702 Larkin 
Evans L J, 739 McAllister 
Fleischel George, 612 California 
Frizzi A, 15j>3 Pine 
Harvit Jos, 724 Larkin 



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I. O. 413-415 Market St. mUfll, 



STEEL & HEAVY HARDWARE 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



J*ai'Ise:is Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers to Per- 
fection. SoM by all I>ruggi@t@ and Barbers. 




Havman A, 234 Post 
Held Adolf, 2131 Fillmore 
Kuolt A L, 641 Post 
Lang John, 713 Valencia 
Large Thomas W, 525 Dupont 
Lehnig C E, 240 Fifth 
Monkcom J, 958 Howard 
Nauman PZ& CO, also dealers 

in safes and scales, 219 Davis 
Ne who ff* Frank, 27 Leidesdorff 
Ortet BrOS, 524 Commercial 
Paetzold B, 1235 Mission 
Pfeiffer John W, 1015 Kearny 
Price M, 415 Kearny 
Kabjohu Edwin Sr, 139 Fifth 
Rabjohn Edwin Jr, 9274. Market 
Schmitz Franz, 1563 Market 
Schoeneman F, 517 Kearny 
Seculovich Peter T, 3422 Mission 
Vayre Henri, 205 O'Farrell 
Verrill T J, 645 Mission 

Wailman Rudolph, 231 Ellis 

Wallmann Brothers (Geo Wallmann) 

1028 Sutter 
Will& Finck, 769 Market 



LOCOMOTIVES 
Baldwin Locomotive 

Works (°* Philadelphia) Wdhams, 
Dimond & Co agents, 202 Market and 
3 Pine, rms 2 and 3 

Risdon Iron and Locomo- 
tive Works, SE cor Howard and 
Beale 



LODGE SUPPLIES 
M & Co, 



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Litchfield J 

Montgomery 
McElhinny IVI A, 23 Kearny 

Norcross & Co, 6 Post 
Pasquale Benoit, 650 Washing 

ton 

Plate & Co, 101 Powell 
Rudolph Charles, 112 Sutter 



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LODGINGS 

Aderre J L, 736 Broadway 

Albermarle House, Miss 

Bradley proprietress, 8 Mason 
Allen Elizabeth S, proprietress 

Heath House, also private boarding, 

312 Eddy 
Altreuter Wm, 8->5 Kearny 
Alvin House, W E King & Edward 

Winnen proprs, 120 Post 
Amador House, Matthew T Eddy propr, 

675 Mission 
Ambruster B Mrs, 118 Dupont 
American House, M Mulcahy propr, 

141 Second 



Anderson A, 14 Eddy 
Applegate J J, propr Mansion House, 
3364 Bush 

Arcade House, 930 Market 
Arlington House, Mrs w h 

Brown proprietress, 127 Kearny 
Arnold Florence Mrs, 14 Geary 
Astor House, Mack & Gray proprs, 522 

Pine 
Atherton Kate Mrs, 311 Dupont 

Avenue House, Joseph Koster 

proprietor, cor Geary and Central ave 

Bailey Shepard D, proprietor 

Tehama House, 438 Broadway 
Baily Wm J, propr Isthmus House, 54 

First 
Bain D C Mrs, 121 Montgomery 
Banks Mary Mrs, 318 Davis 
Beaman Wm Mrs, 424 O'Farrell 
Becker Nicholas, 11 and 13 Pacific 
Bell M Mrs, 120 Seventh 
Berry J B Mrs, 109 Montgomery 
Bolton E Mrs, 206 Kearny 
Boyston J S Mrs, 322 Third 
Brainard H C Mrs, 334 Bush 

Branch House, L J Eweii pro- 
prietor, 424 Sansome 
Brewers' Home and Lodging House, 

Peter Seebach propr, 707 Mission 
Brewster Mary Mrs, 127 Montgomery 
Broderick John, propr Adriatic House, 

41 Pacific 
Brogan Michael, propr Abbotsford 

House, 1416 Broadway 
Brown Charles, 115 Geary 
BrOWn House, William Clark 

proprietor, 737 Howard 
Brown Lizzie Mrs, 502 Powell 
BrOWn W H Mrs, proprietress 

Arlington House, 127 Kearny 
Bruce Josephine, 310 Montgomery ave 
Bruner J W, propr Florence House, 102 

Ellis 
Brunsen Martin, propr Nevada House, 

528 Pacific 
Brunswick Lodging House, 148 Sixth 
Bryant A M Mrs, 264. Kearny 
Buchanan James, 216 and 21S Ninth 
Burkett O Mrs, proprietress 

Rassette House, 1 1 Kearny 
Burnette M E Mrs, 310 Stockton 
Burton Charles O, 109 Fifth 
Bush Street House, N D Thayer mgr, 

3254. and 3314 Bush 
Calender John T, 5 Broadway 

California House, John Somaiy 

and Justin Ladagnous proprietors, 
624 and 626 Califarnia 
Capitol House, PL Turpin pro. 

prietor, 537 Sacramento 
Cappola Mary E Mrs, 506 Fourth 
Carll Sarah Mrs, 793 Mission 
Cashman House, Mrs J Hogan propr 

5014 Sixth 



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Cavagnaro Dominitfk, 628 Broadway 

Central House, f l Turpin pro- 

prietor, &71 Market 
Central Lodging House, Mrs Bridget 

Doasy propr, 52 Second 
ChaceOE, 229 Geary 
Chase Wm, 48 Fourth 
Clapp Clark, propr Adams House, 519 

Sacramento 
Clarendon H use, E P Warburton propr, 

142 i Fourth 
Clarey Lodging House, 1024 Howard 
Clark Nettie Miss, 1018 Market 
Coasting House, W Johnson propr, 138 

Folsom 
Colbum J E. HO Fourth 
Coin ins Cooper, 425 Bush 

Commercial House. Kopke & 

Schwartz proprietors, 636-644 Com- 
mercial and 645 Clay 

Cook J D B, 419 Stockton 

Coon D Major, propr New Wads worth 
House, 234 Bush 

Corny n James, propr Manhattan House, 
705 and 707 Front 

COSO HOUSe. L J Ewell propri- 
etor, 411 Sansome 

Couch E Mrs, 931 Market 

Crystal Palace, 533 Broadway 

Curby Maggie Mrs, 224 

Fourth 
Daily T Mrs, 635 Washington 
DeleaU BrOS (Jules and Joseph) 

also saloon, 531 Jackson 
Demarais Marcel, 1300^ Stockton and 

634i Broadway 
Dettmar Mary Mrs, 629 Clay 
Dillon M J Mrs, propr Liepier House, 

421 Fourth 
Douglass M L Mrs, propr Lotta House, 

652 Market 
Durell Peter, 526 Broadway 
Eddy Matthew T (Eddy & Leavitt) and 

propr Amador House, 675 Mission 
Eggert Win, 724 Mission 
Elcbo Lodging House, E Nelson propr, 

863j Market 

Elmer Mary E Mrs, 314 Bush 

Eltzer August, 318 Pacific 

Empire Lodging House, 

Smith & McCaughey proprietors, 630, 
636 and 640 Commercial 

Everett House, Mary Chatel propr, 55 
Second 

Ewell L J, 36 Clay and 411 and 424 
Sansome 

Federal Hotel, J Dicaud pro- 
prietor, 1205 Broadway 

Feely Dennis, 641 Commercial 

Ferari Louis, 915 Montgomery 

Florence House, J W Bruner propr, 102 
Ellis 

Ford Ellen Mrs, 1307 Stockton 



FOSen HOUSe, O R Fosen propri- 
etor, 407 icli.una 

Fowler House, 7S3 Market 

Fulton House, John Kemnau propr, 617 
Mission 

Furm-m C J Mrs, 331 Montgomery 

Gafford Tillotson H, 737 Market 

Calt House, M H Swain propri- 
etor, 6u3 Market 
Gassman Joseph, 428 Broadway 
Gaude Stanislaus, propr Louvre House, 
304 Sutter 

Geneva House. Mrs c w Miller 

pr 'prietress, 1-0 Eliis 
Germaine M L Mrs, 20 Montgomery 
Cifford M A, proprietor Arcade 

House, 930 Market 
Gilbert M W Mrs, 721 Bryant 
Gilbert House, J De3barats propr, 824 

Montgomery 
Cinaca M Mme. 33 1 Kearny 
Glen House, Mrs A H Nahor propr, 236 

Sutter 

Golden State House, Mrs ea 

Woodhull proprietress, 106 Eddy 
Gordon M Mrs, 235 Kearny 
Grant David, 746 Mission 
Haack M Mrs, propr Hamburg House, 

512 Fourth 
Hackmeier's House, Adam Hackmeier 

propr, 435 Pine 
Hallinan J Mrs, S65^ Market 
Hammond James, 104 Mission 
Hancock Samuel, propr Hancock Lodg- 
ing House, 781 Mission 
Harrington Mme, 1019 Market 
Harron M E Mrs, 614 Sutter 
Hedge Charlotte Mrs, 759 Market 
Hewitt Lodging House, 236^ Sixth 
Holcomb W W Mrs, 131 Montgomery 
Holm & Saxtorph (C Holm and H Sax- 
torph) 867 and 869 Market 

Honey Therese Mrs,305Bush 

opp Puss House, 305 Kearny opp 

Chronicle Office, 137 Montgomery opp 

Occidental Hotel, 6 Turk and junction 

Mason and Turk 
Hopkiuson D Mrs, 30 Kearny 
Home Jacob, propr First Street House, 

64 and 66 First 
Howe E Mrs, 505 Bush 
Hubbard House, Mrs J L McVey propr, 

139 Fourth 
Huber Fred, propr Aarion House, 13 

and 15 Page 
Hughes Rienzi, proprietor St 

David's House, 715 How »rd 
Hyer Henrietta Mrs, 703 Market 
Inglis John S, 204 Sutter 
Isthmus House, Wm J Baily propr, 54 

First 
Janson C,_ propr Coasting Lodging 

House, 204 and 206 Steuart 



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Johnson Gust, propr Coasting Boarding 

House, 7 Commercial 
Johnson William, 140 Folsom 
Jo-net, F Mrs, 417 Stockton 
Jones James F, 1 Fifth 
Jorgensen H P Mrs, propr Geary" Street 

House, 22 Geary 
Joyce Jennie Mrs, 765 Market 

Kallstrom Rosa. 210^ Washing 

ton 
Kehoe Julia M, 112 Kearny 
Kendall M V, propr Baltimore House, 

502 Bush 
Keystone House, M Martin propr, 129 

Jackson 
Kinsey Eliza S Mrs, 1023 Stockton 
Kinsman C Mrs, 509 Bush 

Koepke & Schwartz (JKoepke 

and H Schwartz) proprietors Com- 
mercial Lodging House, 645 Clay and 
636 Commercial 

Koster House, Mrs McCurry propr, 
205 Third 

Krook & Strommer (M L Krook and A 
Strommer) 904 Kearny 

Labarere Michael, 219 Geary 

Lafayette Lodging House, 1030 Howard 

Lanigan Edward, 502^ Broadway 

Lee M A Mrs, 28 O'Farrell 

Lindell House, a Wolf propri- 
etor, SW cor Sixth and Howard 
Lisbon House, John Cardozo and Jose 

Baptista proprs, 315 Drumm 
Louey Geo, 224 Kearny 
Lynch Mary, 424 Broadway 
Mack & Gray (Wm Mack and John 

Gray) proprs Astor House, 522 Pine 
Maine Lodging House, Mrs Gordon 

pr>pr, 614 Kearny 
Mallander Edward, 106 Jackson 
Manning House, 915£ Market 
Mansion House, J J Applegate propr, 

336A Bush 
Mansion House, Wm Perkins propr, 

963 Mission 
Marron James, 519 Mission 
Martin M, propr Keystone House, 127 

and 129 Jackson 
Mc Agister C J Mrs, 304 Third 
McBride J A Mrs, 209 Dupont 
McCarthy & Rogers (Wm McCarthy 

and John Rogers) 17 Vallejo 
McDonald L Mrs, 517 Bush 
McGlaughlin Annie Mrs, 1103 Powell 
McKan C D Mrs. 515£ Bush 
M Kibben Henrietta, 1020 Market and 

15 Eddy 
McManman Ann Mrs, 1148 Sutter 
Meagher & White, SE cor Mission and 

Fourteenth 
Mehau Patrick, 819 Howard 
Miller C Mrs, 29 Dupont 
Minerva Huuse, F W Paulitz propr, 123 

Jackson 



Moeller & Grauffel (John 

Mueller and Fred Grautfel) 623 Clay 
Montgomery House, Wm Perkins propr, 

6!3 Mission 
Mullen Alice Mrs, 102 Stockton 
Murray Thomas, propr Golden Gate 

House, 510 Davis 
Myers Wm, 40 § Geary 
Nelson Henry, 733 Market 
Nevada House, Mrs W T Turner propr, 

132 Sixth 
New Cambrian House, Mrs M Roche 

propr, 101 Jessie 
New Record House, J Cosgrove propr, 

100 McAllister 
Niagara House, William Eggert propr, 

724 Mission 
Oettl Louis, propr New Prescott House, 

604 and 606 Fourth 
Olympic Lodging House, Stromer & 

Krook proprs, 904 Kearny 
Overland House, M ALevingston propr, 

533 Sacramento 
Pacific Lodging House, Henry Graves 

propr, 209 Leidesdorff 
Palmer S Mrs, 35 Fifth 
Parsons C Mrs, 229 Kearuy 
Perkins William, propr Montgomery 

House, 613 Mission 
Petit B E Mrs, 215 Kearny 
Petroweska A, 219 Dupont 
Portland Lodging House, Thomas Rees 

propr, 607 Kearny 
Posnin M Mrs, 32 Fourth 
Power Wm, 19 Commercial 

Pratt Marietta Mrs. nw cor 

California and Stockton 
Railroad House, George Bailey and Wm 
McLean proprs, 533 Commercial 

Rassette Lodging House. 

Mrs Burkett proprietress, 11 

Kearny 
Reed J, 521 Pacific 
Reed Lois J Mrs, 719 Market 
Rees Thomas, 807 Kearny 

Rest for the Weary, l j Eweii 

proprietor, 36 Clay 
Revere House, Robert Carey propr, 804 

Mission 
Riordan Bros (Richard and Cornelius) 

proprs Colton House, 448£ Third 
Riordan K Mrs, propr Colton House, 

44S^ Third 
Rix Alfred Mrs, propr Colonnade Hotel, 

206 Market 
Roche M Mrs, 101 Jessie 
Rommel Regina Mrs, propr North 

German House, NE cor Brannan and 

Eighth 
Roncovieri Marie L, 33 Hinckley 
Rosemond Walter E, 36 Geary 
Roxbury House, Mrs M Frendle propr, 

110 Ellis 



S f. DAVID'S, 1 90 Kooins, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, 6an Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen once used by another. 



ROSEWOOD, LIGNSJM-VIT/E, BOXWOOD. 



JOH\ WKwMORE, 

133 Spear Street, S. F. 



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St David's. Rienzi Hughes proprie- 
tor, 715 Howard 

St George Lodging House, 812 
Kearny 

St Lawrence House, R E Elliott propr, 
56S Mission 

Samsreither George, 411 Pacific 

Sanderson Chas B, 316 Third 

Schimp D V, 106 Post 

S Chimp D V Mrs, 137 Montgom- 
ery 

Schrader Charles, 625 Pacific 

Second Street House, Mrs M J Clary 
propr, 115 Second 

Seip S Mrs, 529 Geary 

Silver State House, l s stark- 
weather proprietor, also board, SE cor 
Ellis and Mason 

Smith Adam Mrs, 515 Sacramento 

Stevens ThOS Mrs. proprie- 
tress Sumner House, 969 Mission 

Stockton Street House, H W Weiss 
propr, 218 Stockton 

Stone Joseph, 226 Sutter 

Sumner HoUSe, Mrs Thos Ste- 
vens proprietress, 969 Mission 

Sutter Street House, John 

Si;rres & Co, 308 Sutter 
Swain M H Mrs. proprietress 

Gait House, 632 Market 
Taylor E Mrs, 217 Dupont 

Tehama House, s d Bailey 

proprietor, 438 Broadway 
The Donahue, Mrs Julia Ma- 
honey proprietress, 100 Fifth 
The Elite, Chas Schutz propr, 122 

Taylor 
The Inglewood, S H Morse 

proprietor, 126 Fifth 
Tratz Helen P, 11 Si Washington 
Turpin F L, proprietor Capitol 

House, 537 Sacrameuto and 871 Mar- 
ket 
Union House, John H Burfeind 

proprietor, NE cor Bay and Lar- 

kin 
Union Square House, Mrs Mary Plum- 

mer pi opr, 226 Stockton 
Waldo House, Henry Nelson propr, 733 

Market 
Ward I N, 668 Mission 
Webb House, Mrs E Burling propr, 37 

Second 
Webber E C, 417 Bush 
Weile E Mrs, 309 Dupont 
Westhaus Mary Mrs, 39 Fifth 
Wilson Mary Mrs, 29 Second 
Wilson M E, 801 Leavenworth 
Winchester House, 44 Third 
Wright H R, St Cloud Hotel, 418 

Sutter 
Young America House, John Krehmke 

propr, 15 Pacific 



FURNISHED ROOMS— 305 Bush Street. 305 
Kearny Street, 137 Montgomery Street, 6 
Turk Street. All rooms of these houses have just 
heen newly furnished and renovated. Transient 
custom solicited. Rooms per night, 50c, 75c, and 
$1.50, MRS. T. HONEY, Propr. 



MRS. D. V. SCHIMP, 

Offices and Furnished Rooms 

TO LET. 

1 06 Post Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



LUBRICATING OILS 
Allen James C. 106 Davis 

Leonard & Ellis, O L Hall mgr, 43 Sac- 
ramento 
Nelson S P & Co, 10 Commercial 

New York Refining Co e b 

Read agent, 16 First (for adv see next 

page) 
Phoedovius Wm, 210 Berry 
Western Oil Co, S H Frank & Co agts, 

400 and 408 Battery 
Woodbury Charles J, 123 California 



LUBRICATORS 

Read Edward B, Th&yer's Au- 
tomatic, 16 First 

Slocomb H & Co (H Slocomb) agts Dib- 
ble Lubricator, 16 First 

Tatum & Bowen (H l Tatum 

and J J Bowen) also machine works, 
25-31 Main 



LUMBER. 

Adams W J, 17 Steuart 

Alameda Lumber Yard, e 

M Derby & Co proprietors, 22 Cali- 
fornia 

Albion Mills, Henry Wetherbee 
proprietor, 111 Market 

Allen Frank H, 18 and 20 Spear 

Asmussen C, 2813 Mission 

Baker Samuel, agt Garcia Saw Mill, 202 
Sacramento 

Blinn Lumber Co, Ceo W Hooper treas, 
cor Fourth and Channel 

Christenson & Lord (Andrew Christen- 
son and Edwin Lord) 1718 Market 

Coos Bay Stave and Lum- 
ber CO> J L Koster president, Au- 
gust Gewer manager, 323 Front 

Dean E B & Co (E B Dean, D Willcox 
and C H Merchant) 22 California 



. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., * 



413-415 Market St I ROY. STEEL., All 

bids Blacksmiths' Materials, HEAVY HARDWARE. 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic bT».t R 



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EDWARD B. READ, 

Sole agent for the Pacific Coast 

New York Refining Company's 

STANDARD COMPOUND ENGINE, MACHINERY AND SHAFTING, 

Lubricants, Cylinder and Machinery Oils. 

New York Refining Company's Standard Axle Crease. 

Thayer's Patent Automatic Oil Cup for Crank Pins, Cross Heads and Eccentrics 
Crescent Flue Scrapers, Engineers' Supplies, etc 

16 First Street, near Market, San Francisco, Cal. 



Derby E M & CO (Geo H Payne 
and E and A B Derby) proprietors 
Alameda Lumber Yard, office 22 Cali- 
fornia, rm 10 

Doe Charles F & Co (Chas F and Frank 
P Doe) cor Spear and Howard 

Doe, Kimball & Co (Loring B Doe and 
Geo H Kimball) 19 Main 

Dolbeer & Carson (John Dolbeer and 
Wm Carson)- 10 California 

Duncan's Mills Land and 

LumberCO, 1 E Thayer agent, 
22 California 
Engle & Son (Jacob P and Walter J) SE 
cor Francisco and Fillmore 

Enterprise Mill and Build- 
ing CO, D A McDonald president, 
217-225 Spear 
Ford & Williams (J B Ford and E C 
Williams) Mendocino Lumber Co, 40 
California 
Gardiner Mill Co (Gardiner City, Or) 
Joseph Knowland agfc, office 22 Cali- 
fornia 
Grant Frank, 26 Spear 
Hanscom M L, 125 Washington 
Hanson & Co (Charles Hanson) pier 11 
Steuart 

Harris Matthew, 566-572 Bran- 

nan 

Herrick E M, 17 Steuart 

Hill & Co (W B Hill and B F Tuttle) 
237 Berry 

Holt BrOS (C H, Benjamin and A 
F) 30 and 32 Main 

Hooper C A & Co (C A and Geo W 
Hooper) cor Fourth and Channel 

Hooper F P & J A, pier 2\ Steuart 

Huggins John C, agt Fort Bragg Red- 
wood Co, 14 First 

Humboldt Lumber Mill Co 

Francis Korbel president, E L Curtin 
secretary, office 727 Bryant 

Jackson J G, pier 4 Steuart 

Knowles George B & George B Jr, 
436-448 Main and cor Main and Bry- 
ant 



Kruse J H, SE cor Twenty-third and 

Shotwell 
Lewis & Swift (John Lewis andP Swift) 

215 Spear 
Macdonald D A, president En 

terpiise Mill and Building Co, 217-225 

Spear and 218-226 Steuart 
McKay & Co (A McKay, A Connick 

and J A Sinclair) 4 California 
Meacham D K, 2735 Mission 
Mendocino Lumber Co, J B Ford pres, 

E C Williams treas, 40 California 

Merguire George L 330Pine 

and 11 Bluxome 
Milford Land and Lumber Co, Dolbeer 

& Carson agts, 10 California 
Moore & Smith (A D Moore and H C 

Smith) pier 10 Steuart 
Morrison George H, 575 Branuan 
Nelson Charles, 18 Market, rm 3 
Nevada and California Lumber Co Box 

Factory, R E Barnes mgr, 221-231 

Berry 

Neylan James. 103 Steuart 

Pacific Lumber Co, John Crockett sec, 

327 Pine, rm 8 
ParSOnS & CO, Oil Brannan 

Patterson John, SW cor Seventeenth 
and Church 

Pattridge R K, 12S Steuart 

Pope & Talbot (C F A and W H Talbot) 
yards foot Third, office 204 California 

Preston O J & P J McKinnon, cor Bry- 
ant and Beale 

Puget Sound Lumber Co, 

A Powell general manager, 18 Market 
Redwood Manufacturing Association, J 

G Jackson pres, E L Allen sec, 18 

Market 
Renton, Holmes & Co (Wm Renton, C 

S Holmes and R K Ham) pier 3 

Steuart 
Sacramento Lumber Co, Geo W Hooper 

treas, cor Fourth and Channel 
San Bernardino Land, Lumber and 

Flume Co, V A Taylor pres, C T 

Burnham sec, 4'20 California 



Hobbs, Wall 8 Co., Mfrs, BOXES of every Variety, 



314 SPEAR 
Street, S. V. 



Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St. 



Sample* of \EW TDTP 
(-OOI)S SENT rilljii, 



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Sierra Lumber Co, Peter Dean 

president, G H Kellogg secretary, 

NE cor Fourth and Channel, office 320 

Sansome 
Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Co, 

C T Bridge sec, 224 California 
Simpson A M & Bro (A M and R W) 44 

Market, yards Howard and Beale 

Street Wharfs 
Smith J C, 1 Howard 

Springer Jason & Co. se cor 

Spear and Mission 

Starbird & Coldstone (AW 

Starbird, J B Gddstone and S B 

Lyon) 101-107 Market 
Stivers H F & Son (Henry F andDauiel 

A) 104 Market 
Thayer I E, 22 California 

Truckee Lumber Co, 243-251 

Berry 

Turner, Kennedy & Shaw 

(A J Turner, John F Kennedy and 
Geo T Shaw) 840 Fourth 



Wesson J W, SE cor Spear and How- 
ard 

Western Mill and Lumber 

CO, <J F Keuuddy president, D L 
Randolph secretary, 5 Post 

Wetherbee Henry, 111 Market 

White Bros (Peter and A L) 13 and 15 

Main and 14 and 16 Spear 
White L E, 15 Steuart 

Wigmore John (hardwood 

lumber) 120-147 Spear and 26 and 23 
Howard 



PARSONS & CO. 

Commission Dealers in 

Black Walnut, Mahogany 
and Ash Lumber, 

And all Kinds of Veneers at lowest market prices. 
611 BRANXA1V STBEKT, 

Near Fifth Street, San Francisco. 



A. W. STARBIRD. 



S. B. LYON. 



J. B. GOLDSTONE. 



STARBIRD & GOLDSTONE, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of 




Puget Sound and Redwood Building Materials. 

Sugar Pine, Shingles. Shakes. Pickets. Laths. 

Lattice. Doors. Windows. Blinds, etc. 



Redwood Cargoes Furnished to Order. 



101, 103, 105, 107 Market Street, corner Spear, 

Yard on Spear Street Wharf, San Francisco. 



Dry Dunnage Boards for Ships constantly on hand. 



MACARONI MANUFACT 
URERS 

California Italian Paste 

Co. 1* SplivaJo & Co proprietors, 
415 Battery 



Matteucci Felice & Co (F Matteucci 
and Basilis Puccinelli) NW cor Chest- 
nut uid Powell 

Ravenna, Ghiradelli & Co (Vincent Ra- 
venna, Anton Ghiradelli, L Boero, G 
Podesta and L Raffo) 421 and 423 
Battery . 



ALL High Explosives 



ARE iMITATIONS OF GIANT POWDER. 
Bandniann, Nielsen & Co., Gen. Ageuts, S. F. 



STEAM ENGINES & THRESHING MACHINES. SEaftB&Sg 



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Tenthorey J P & Co (John p 

Tenthorey and Paul H Trolliet) 558 
Mission 



MACHINE SHOPS 
Banks William, 215 First 

Gumming Geo & Co (George, David and 

George M dimming) 18 Fell 
Garcin & Sons, Howard nr Beale 
Kallenberg Theodore, 32 Fremont 
Martin Adolph, 608 Broadway 
WeiChart J» I *3 and 145 Beale 

MACHINERY^IM PORT 

ERS AND DEALERS 
Banks William (woodworking) 

215 First 

Berry & Place Machine Co, 12 Califor- 
nia 

Birch Wm H. California Machine 
Works, 119 Be;ile 

Bruns H H, 306 Mission 

Clerc & Steber (P F Clerc and J C 
Steber) 219 and 221 Main 

ClDt & Meese (John Clot and 
C instant Meese) 129 and 131 Fremont 

Cyclops Engine and Ma- 
chine WOrkS. Tait & Hainque 
proprietors, 115 and 117 Beale 

Carcin L P & Sons. 294 

Howard 
Garratt W T, 138 Fremont 
COSS & DOW, H4 and 116 Beale 

Greenoerg's M & Sons. 205 

Frem jnt 
Gregory H P & Co, junction California 

and Market 
Huntington, Hopkins & Co, junction 

Market and Front 

Kennedy & McCulfoughs 

(Hugh Kennedy and J BMcCulloughs) 
203 and 205 Main 
Kingsland J E C, 234 Fremont 

Linforth James, U6 Front 
Llewellyn Steam Con- 
denser Manufacturing 

Co. James M Stieeten president, J 

H B Wilkins secretary, 3 Pine, rm8 
Marwedel C F, 56 First 
Murray Brothers (Wm F and Samue!) 

252 Be de 
Oilmen W H, 22 Fremont 
Parke & Lacy (mining) 21 Frem >nt 
Pracy Joseph, 109 and 111 Mission 
Raub & Lacey (C G Raub and J J Lacey) 

32 Fremont 

Reliance Machine Works. 

Clot & Meese proprietors, 129 and 131 
Fremont 



Sefrin Fred, 203 Fremont 

Stearns Manufacturing 

Co (woodworking and saw-mill) */9 
and 31 Spear 

Tait & Hainque (Alien J Tait 

and Martial Hainque) 115 and 117 
Beale 
Tatum & BOWen, 25-31 Main 

The Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine WOrkS. S.muel J Hendy 
president, Kaoul onarbrey vice-pr si- 
dent, Jo haa Hen ly manager, Chas 
V Manner secretary, 39-51 Fremont 



J'ameslUnFukTH, Agent for Blymj er Man- 
ufacturing Co. Steam Engines, Sugar and 
Sorghum Machinery. Murray Iron Works- 
Steam Ena-ines, Meat Cutting Machinery and 
Tanking Outtit-i, Illustrated Catalogues on ap- 
uli ati'Hi. 116 Front Street. 



WM. BANKS 

MACHINIST AND ENGINEER, 

215 First Street, San Francisco. 

Wood Planers, Lathes, and Wood and Iron- 
Working Machinery a specialty. Hydraulic 
Jacks Repaired. Experimental and Fine Spe- 
cial M ichinery. Estimates made of Engines, 
Boilers, Shafting, steam and Water Fittings, etc. 
Punches, Dies, Taps, Reamers and all kinds of 
Machinery manufactured and repaired. 



and 



MACHINISTS 
Banks William, 215 First 

Bennett & Daly (E Bennett and 

J F Daly) 230 Fremont 
Burton & Hoyt (1 L Burton and G E 

Hoyt) 23 Stevenson 
Cavalli Paul, 1011 Kearny 
Enge & Neilsen (Herman Enge 

Emile Neilsen) (J10 Merchant 
Ertola Buigio, 15U8 Dupont 
Fillman S P. 19 Stevenson 
Fleischel G, 612 California 
Calli Joseph & CO (Jos Galli and 

Ji s Schueily) 50 i Commercial 

Carcin LP & Sons. 294 

Howaid 
Graham Marcellus A, 23 Stevenson 
Harris, Oswa'd & Noble (Wm Harris, 

Joseph Oswald and H Noble) 208 

Leidesdorff 
Harris W J, 723 Valencia 
Hedges & Hall (G W Hedges 

and Robert Hall) 44 Main 
Kuhling Anthony, 54J Fifth 
Leavens W M, 39 Eleventh 
Mirtin Adolph, 610 Broadway 
Morris & Son (David and Theo) 105 

Kre nont 

Periam C J & Co, *o and 42 

Main 



Moretti & Trezzini, FRESCO ARTISTS, 



PHEIiATV 
JBUlL.l>IXO. 



SHIP PLANK and Timber, Locust TREENAILS. %&RE* 



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Simpson < I \V, I L5 First 
Smith Christen, 39 Eleventh 

Thomson & Evans, no and 

112 Beale 
Toulouse & Delorieux Machine Works, 
620 ' ommercial 

Union Manufacturing and 
Machine Co, no Main 



MAGNETIC 



De Fonseca H 

Stockton 
Robertson J, 314 Sutter 
Roth C, 1065 Market 
Tucker D H, 106 Post 



HEALERS 
C Mrs 



108 



MALT MANUFACTUR- 
ERS 
Empire Malt House, ■' c 

Bauer and Joseph Schweitzer proprie- 
tors, 418 and 424 Chestnut, office 632 
Sacramento 
Pioueer Malt, 2108 Stockton 
Zweig Hermann, 608-614 Brannan 



MANICURE. 

Edmonds Eliza Mrs, 236 Sutter 
Bobison J Madame, 32| Geary- 
Wilde Harry, 121 Stockton 
Wilson Edith, 930 Market 

MANTELS AND MAR 
BLEIZED IRON 

Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 

W. W. MONTAGUE & CO. 

Importers of 

MARBLEIZED MANTELS 

Enameled Grates, and English Tile, 

309, 311, 313, 315,and317 

Market Street, San Francisco, 



MANUFACTURERS' 
AGENTS 

Arnold N S & Co, 109 California 
Badger W C agent Hallet Davis 

& Co, 13 Sansome 
Bucht George J, 124 Market 
Bentley Wm B, 12 Montgomery 
Birnbaum H B, 3 California 
Brooke Ceorge C, 39 Merchants' Ex 
Cerf, SchlOSS & CO (A Cerf and 

Ben Schloas) ll!> Battery 



CJCOtt Frank X, 109 California 
Conran '] homas S, 120 Sutter 
Covell Edwin, 759 Howard 
CroSS John R, manager E P Allis 

& Co, cor Mission and First 
Evans E C, agt Dewar & Webb, London, 

408 California 

French & Linforth (F M French 

and E VV Linforth) (hardware and 
metals) 116 Front 

Codchaux Edmund, 120 Sut- 

Hall A I & Son, 530 Market 
Hall G C, 585 Market 
Hawkes C K, 222 Market 

Health Manufacturing Co 

806 Market 

Jackson T W & Co, 304Caii 

fornia 
Kimball C P, S02 Montgomery 
Ledyard J S, 123 California 

Levison & Euphrat (JacobLev- 

ison and Ludwig Euphrat) also com- 
mission merchants, 123 California 

Marsh H F, 577 and 579 Market 

Netter & Dill ( G Netter and Geo H 
Dill) 319 California 

Oyeracre P I, wholesale dealer 
in imported and machine cut corks 
and agent for Eastern glass factories, 
123 California, rms 37 and 38 

Phelps & Miller (E A Phelps and S M 
Miller) 120 Sutter 

Seeley, Church & Co, 309 Cal- 
ifornia 
Skinker John, 256 Market 

Sonntag Chas & Co, 114 and 116 Market 
StudleyG B & Co, 10 Pine 
TaHon C J, 123 California 
Treanor Jos P, 120 Sutter 
Veach Thomas J & Co (Thomas J Veach 
and A M Silverstein) 223 Sacrament i 



MANUFACTURERS 
HATS AND CAPS 



MEUSSDORFFER 

RAD, 15 and 345 Kearny 



KON 



K. MEUSSDORFFER, 

Manufacturer and Importer of 

HATS gg CAPS 



Wholesale and Betail. 

15 Kearny Street, Corner of Morton, 

345 Kearny Street, S. W. Corner of Pine, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MAP MOUNTERS 

More, Dermody & Co (S J More and W 

E Dermody) 518 Sacramento 
Walkup W B & Co, 530 Commercial 



!. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



Kinds 



415 Market St. IROV. STEEL, All 

Ulacksniiths' Materials, HEAVY HARDWARE. 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



I>arliens trray or Sandy Hair 
aucl Whiskers to Perfection. 



MAP 



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265 



MAP PUBLISHERS 
Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 

BrittOn & Rey, SW cor Commer- 
cial and Leidesdorff. 

Dixon & Sanborn, 6 Eddy 

Holt Warren, 413 Montgomery 



MARBLE SAW MILLS. 

Myers Leon R, 20 Gold 

Rufifano & Bianchi, 964-970 

Bryant 
San Francisco Steam Marble Saw Mills, 
Joseph Musto, 713 and 715 Battery 

MARBLE WORKS 

Black Wm, H21 Market, factory 

50-54 Boardman place 
Campodonico S, 1061 Market 
Comuth & Bigge (E Comuth and F 

Bigge) 112^ Golden Gate ave 
Corti J oseph, 10 Ninth 

Daniel John & Co (John Daniel) 

also importers and dealers in granite, 

monuments, etc, 421 Pine 
Dempsey Jeremiah A, 1069 Market 
Devine & Larkin (J H Devine and D 

Larkin) 1627 Market 



Duffy Mark C, Oak bet Scott and Devis- 

adero 
Dumontelle Eugene, 541 and 543 Fifth 
Henderson James, Point Lobos ave nr 

Odd Fellows' Cemetery 
Kesseler J & F, 5 and 7 Taylor and 

Brannan bet Fifth and Sixth 
McCormick W H, 827 Market 
McGrath John J , 935 Market 
McGrath Peter P, 1061 Market 

McKenzie Chas, se cor Bush 

and Central ave 
Moore David, Central ave bet California 

and Sacramento 
Morris Abraham, 214 Fifth 
Musto Bros, 713 and 715 Battery 

Paltenghi A, 1235 Market 

Pierce Patrick, 1237 Mission 
Producers' Marble Co, G Landon Jr and 

Chas A Field mgrs, 244-250 Brannan 
RebstOCk Adolph, 40S Central 

ave 
Rizzi Giuseppe, 1075 Market 
ROth M, 434 Valencia 

RufTino & Bianchi (L J Ruf 

tino and C D Bianchi) 964-970 Bryant 
Seregni F, 24 Post 

Sheerin Daniel, cor Ellis and Broderick 
Sweeney John, 16 Hayes 

Tempesti Eugenia, i*38 Mar 

ket 
Zeglio David, 13)9 Mission 



MARBLE DEPOT 

AND 

STEAM SAW MILLS 



RUFF1NO * BIANCHI, 

Importers and Wholesale Dealers in 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

MA RBL ES 

Furniture Marble Tops, Plumber Slabs and 
Washstand Tops a Specialty. 



Office, Yard and Mills, Nos. 961-970 Bryant Street, Bet. 6th and 7th. 

Country Orders promptly attended to. 



BARNARD'S 



BUSINESS 
CO!<*>E<xE. 



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O'FARRELJL 

STREET, 



S.Fo Send for Circular. 






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NlPflll THF TAIIflQ 816 MARKET ST., S. F. SEND FOR SAMPLES CF NEW 
11IUULL IIIL I MiLU.9, Cioo.l*. and Self-measurement Rule* - IFREE. 



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WILLIAM BLACK, 

Steam Marble Works. 

Marble Mantels, Monuments, Tombs, Headstones, Tiling, 
Plumbers Slabs, Bureau and Counter Tops, etc. 

WAREROOM, 

1121 Market Street, opoosite New City Hall, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



MISSION MARBLE WORKS 

3Vo. 434 Valencia Street, 

Between 15th and 16th, San Francisco, Cal. 



MROTH. Proprietor.— Monuments, Tomb- 
. stones, Mantels, etc. , executed in artistic 
si} lc at reasonable prices. All work guaranteed 
to give satisfaction. Portraits in Crayon en- 
larged to any size. Residence, 341 Seventeenth 
Street, between Valen ia and Mission, S. F. 



MARKETS 

(For Meat Markets see Butchers. ) 

Beavefl V B superintendent 
Mission Market, cor Sixteenth and 
Mission 

BrOWn TflOmaS> superiiiteudeat 

California Market, 416-121 Pine and 
California bet Montgomery and Kearny 

California Market, Thomas 

Brown superintendent, California and 
Pine bet Montgomery and Kearny 

Centre Market. N Dodge super- 
intendent, SE cor Dupont and Sutter 

Clay Street Market, Clay to Merchant 
bet Montgomery and Sansome 

Colombo Market, Front bet Pacific and 
Jackson 



Dodge N, superintendent Centre 
Market, SE cor Dupont and Sutter 

Fishermen's Section 5 Sea Wall, bet 
Filbert and Union 

Grand Arcade, 323 Sixth 

Grand Floral, 741-7-17 Mission 

Grand Western, Polk bet Bush and 
Austin 

MiSSIOn Market, E Y Harris 
superintendent, cor Sixteenth and 
Mission 

New Metropolitan, SE cor New Mont- 
gomery and Mission 

Pacific Fruit, Clay to Merchant, 
bet Sansome aud Montgomery 

San Francisco, Clay to Merchant bet 
Sansome and Montgomery 

Washington, Washington to Merchant, 
Sansome and Montgomery 



A. CEANTIT, 

DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF MEAT 

Stalls 16 and 18 San Francisco Market. 

Hotels, Restaurants, and Families sup- 
plied with lirst quality of all 
kiads of Meat. 



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RmTT-jTTTT DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 

IlUA; Choice American Meats 

Stalls 25, 27 and 29 San Francisco Market. Branch Stalls 17 and 
19 Pacific Fruit Market. 

Hotels, Restaurants and Private families supplied at lowest rates. 



MATCH MANUFACT'RS. 

Gaskin & Co (J B Gaskin) 232 Four- 
teenth 

Metropolitan Match and 
Commercial Co h w n«sw- 

bauer president and ti Newbauer sec- 
retary, 205 Front 



MATHEMATICAL IN- 
STRUMENTS- 

Denny Edward & Co, *18 

Montgomery 
Lietz A & Co (Adolph Lietz and 
Conrad Weinmann) 329 Sansome 



Judson Powder Improved, 



Tiie Best for Tree an.! Stump Blasting. 
Bandmann, Nielsen k, Co., Agts., S. F. 



•WWT Jk f*t fTk"*TC4 Truman, Ishans & Hooker, Agents for the Ole- 
VV ACtO-W &• orated Hollow Iron Axle Wago ns, 621-W Market St. 



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Of the Parific Coast. 



Between Montgomery and Kearny. 

Depot for the Cloicot Meats, Fill, Poultry, Frits, VeietaMes 



and DAIRY 
PRODUCE. 



Roods Purchased in this Market) 
need no oth. -r reaont ■inundation I 



Send vour orders by Telephone. 

TWO « AS BROWN, Sup't. 



R. J. JOHNSON, 

WHOLESALE and Reta-!! Dealers in Fresh 
Fish of all kinds, No. 93 Caliiornia Market, 
San Francisco. 



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L. M. HENRY & CO., 

Successors to Gilflllan & Hohvns.-hild, 

33, 34, 45 and 46 
CALIFORNIA MARKET 

A FINE VARIETY OF 
FOREICN AND DOMESTIC 

FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ETC. 

ALWAYS ON HAND. 



C. L. BENTON & CO. 

Successor to F. N. Woods & Co. 

Commission Merchants 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

POULTRY AND WILD GAME 

Nos. 65, 66 and 67 California Market, 
Between Pine and Summer Streets, S. F. 

All orders attended to at the shortest notice. 
Goods delivered free of charge to any part of the 
Citv. 



FRED. KATZ, 

BEEF AND PORK BUTCHER. - Dealer in 
Hams, Bacon, Lavd.Sm >ked Beef, Mutton, 
fongues, all kinds of Sausages, etc. 

I Stalls 94 to 100 California Market. 

' Pine Street Entrance, San Francisco. 
Corned and Salt Beef by the Barrel. Hotels, 
! Families, and Boarding Houses supplied. Mar- 
keting delivered free of Charge. 
Telephone 5185. 




Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

POULTRY AND CAME, 

Stalls 103, 104 California Market, S.F. 

All orders attended to at shortest notice Goods delivered free of charge to all parts of the City. 



MATHEMATICAL IN- 
STRUMENTS -Cont'd. 

Muller Christian. 135 Mont- 
gomery 

SchmOlz W, 420 Montgomery 
Tennent Thomas, 18 Market 



MATTING 

OlCOVICh BrOS. 12 and 14 Front 

MATTRESS MAKERS. 

Beal Samuel. 65-69 New Montgomery 



Clark Truman S & Son (Tru- 
man S and L C Clark) 21 New Mont- 
gomery 

Herzog J & Co (Joseph Herzog)12 Second 

HoltT G, 1029 Howard 

Jansen Alex, cor Second and Mission 

levy A N, 1642 Market 

Lock Spring Mattress Co 

(D C Wickham and W W Reed) 946 

and 948 Howard 
McCabe Owen, 921 Market 
Pacific Spring and Mattress Co (W A 

Clark, Henry Black and A L Pringle) 

25 and 27 New Montgomery 
Reed W W, 946 Howard. 
Schrock W A, 150 New Montgomery 






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CENTRE MARKET 

LOCATED CORNER DUPONT & SUTTER STREETS. 

This is the largest, best regulated and ventilated institution 
of its kind in San Francisco. Visiters from the Interior should see 
this Market as one of the sights in the great Metropolis. Nearly all 
lines of street cars pass by or come within one block of the Market. 

N. DODGE, Superintendent. 



CHAS. LINTOTT, 

WHOLESALE, RETAIL "OTT'Pr'TTir'D 
AND COMMISSION DU 1 \j£kHiJX 

Stalls 20 and 21 Centre Market. 



BOSTON OYSTE R HOUSE. 

JOHN P. EKLUND, 89 and 90 Centre Market, 
Dupont Street, near Sutter, San Francisco. 
Oysters and Chops served at all hours. Eastern 
and California Oysters and Shell Fish wholesale 
and retail. Hotels, Restaurants and Families 
supplied at short notice. Residence, 1812 Bush 
Street. 



MEDICAL COLLEGES. 

Brinkerhoff M e d i c a (In- 
stitute* Smith & Burleigh, rectal 
and chronic diseases a specialty, 765 
Market 

Cooper. Henry Gibbons Jr 
dean, cor Sacramento and Webster 

Hahnemann, 115 Haight 

Institute for Cure of Crip 
pies and Deformities, J M 

Hinkle manager, 319 Bush 

Medical Department Uni- 
versity of California, JR A 

McLean dean, office 603 Merchant 
Toland, Stockton ur Chestnut 

MERCANTILE AGEN 
CIES 

Brad Street CO (The) (New York) 
L B HiLliard superintendent, 230 
California 

Commercial (The) Pickens, Ful- 
ton & G> proprietors, 401 California, 
rms 6 and 7 

Mercantile (The) R G Dun & Co proprs, 
Jay Lugsdin mgr, 320 California 



New Zealand Loan and 
Mercantile Agency (iim 

ited) W F Lawry manager, 314 Cali- 
fornia 

Pickens, Fulton & Co (James 

R Pickens and William Fulton) 401 
California, rms 6 and 7 
Zaldo, Sturtevant & Co, mgrs Spanish- 
American Mercantile Agency, 423 
Washington 



MERCHANTS-C M M I S- 
SION 

Alexander David, 210 Montgomery 
Alexander O & Son, 121 California 
Allen & Lewis (L H Allen and C H 

Lewis) 202 California 
AlperS P & CO (P Alpers, A Suhr 

and A Dierks) 216 Davis 
Alves M & Co (M and Domiugues Alves) 

417 Davis 
Anspacher Bros (A Anspacher) 302 Cal- 
ifornia 
Arata & Cassasa (L Arata and C 

Cassasa) 515-519 Davis 
Auger Bernard Eugene, 409 Battery 
Avy Eugene, 320 Sansome 
Bacigalupi A L & Co (A L Bacigalupi 

and S Casassa) 507 Washington 
Baglietto, Cerruti & Co (L Baglietto, 
G Cerruti and G Gracchi) 42 1 
Davis 
Baker L F & Go (L F Baker) 125 Wash- 
ington 



S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 

Market St. 



IRON, STEEL, ETC. 



ST0LT7S WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
to Perfection. Does 3IOT WASH OFF 



MER 



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269 



BalaneSI C, 107 and 109 Clark 
Ballard, Duane & Co, 122 and 124 Davis 
Balzer Henry & Co, 209 Sansome 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co 

(J Bandmann and H Nielsen) agents 
Giant Powder Co, 210 Front 

Barclay Peter T. 10 California 

Barrows John, 12 Bush 

Bassett C F & Co (C F Bassett) 

220 Clay 

Beck D L & Sons (D L, W F and E 
B Beck and Irvin Ayers) 219 Front 

Bell Thos & Co (Thos Bell and George 
Staacke) 305 Sansome 

Berg William, 25 Merchants' Exchange 

Bigley Bros (George, John and Mannix) 
SE cor Davis and Clay 

Bingham & Pinto (Lindsley G Bing- 
ham and Ricardo M Pinto) 323 Cali- 
fornia 

Birnbaum H B, 3 California 

Blumenthal H M, 420 Davis 

Boisson & Lartigau, 15-19 

San Francisco Market 
Breeze & Loughran (C K Breeze and 

Thos Loughran) 217-223 Clay 
Brigham, Hoppe & Co (C and F E 

Brigham, J C Hoppe and W H 

Roden) 129 and 131 California 
Brown A A, 202 Market 

Brown & WellS. 30 and31 Cali- 
fornia Market 

Bryant & Cook (D S Bryant and D S 
Cook) 8 Davis 

Bunker C I), 508 Battery 

Burnap J, 425 Davis 

Burtis R W, 41 and 43 Second 

Cabrera, Roma & Co (E Cabrera and J 
M Roma) 123' California, rm 9 

Cain & Co (Peter P Cain and Thomas 
Crawford) 206 and 20S Washington 

Cain & Mitchell (J H Cain and Wm F 
Mitchell) 212 Washington 

Campbell W H, 402 Front 

Carpentier A, 24 Merchants' Exchange 

CiCOtt Frank X, also manufactur- 
ers agent, 109 California 

Clayburgh M & Co (M Clayburgh) 109 
Clay 

Clements Gilbert, 318 Front 

Coburn C W, 320 Sansome 

Coleman W T & Co, SE cor 

Main and Market 
Congdon J H & Co (J H Congdon) 3 

California 
Cooper Eugene T, 4 California 
Costa Lorenzo, 614 Front 
Cotrel Thomas Jr, 405 Front 
Covert H M, 203 Sacramento 
Cummings W B, 333 Montgomery 
Cutting John T & Co (John T Cutting) 

23 and 25 California 
Dallman L & Co (L Dallman and John 

W Gale) 309 and 311 Washington 



DaltOn BrOS (Frank and F B) 

308 and 310 Davis 
Davis R D & W CO, 211 Pine 

De Fremery James & Co 

(James and W C B De Fremery) 410 

Battery 
De Sabla Eugene & Co (Eugene de Sabla) 

40 California 
Degener E, 25 Merchants' Exchange 

Dellepiane & Co, 425 Battery 

Dennis John, 227 Commercial 

Dickson, De Wolf & Copl- 
and 414 Battery 

Dieffenbacher & WiW (William Dieffen- 
bacher andGustav Wihl) Vulcanized 
Fibre Co, 318 Front 

Dodge, Sweeney & Co (H L Dodge, L H 
Sweeney, J E Ruggles and F W Van 
Sicklen) 114 and 116 Market and 11 
and 13 California 

Doe, Kimball & Co (Loring B Doe and 
Geo H Kimball) 19 Main 

Dolan James W, 513 Market 

Donaldson & Co (James Donaldson) 319 
California 

Doyle Henry & Co, 517 and 519 

Market 
Dresbach Wm, 316 California 
Duff & Co (Robert P R Duff) 316 Davis 

Duisenberg Chas & Co (Chas 

Duisenberg) 314 Sacramento 
Earnest J T & Co, 202 Sacramento 
Egerton Henry C, 109 California 
EggerS & CO (George H and Her- 
man C Eggers) also wine growers, 214 

California 
English John F, 313 and 315 Davis 
Enos, Alves & Co (Joseph Enos and 

Frank Alves) 216 VVashington 
Erlanger & Galinger (H Erlanger and 

M Galinger) 304 Davis 
Eveleth & Nash (J A Eveleth and W 

H Nash) 422 Front 
Everding J & Co (J Everding) 48 Clay 
Everett A P, 405 Front 
Fabian & Co (Philip Fabian and Louis 

Li^insky) 516 and 518 Market 

Falkner, Bell & Co (H D Harri 

son and J D Walker) 406-410 Cali- 
fornia 
Farmers' Co-operative Union (Stockton) 
Paulseil & Wilbur mgrs, branch office 
314 California 

Feiling, Norton & Co (L Feii 

ing and F B Norton) also dairy prod- 
uce, 407 Front 
Feist A, 111 Sansome 

Feusier Martin & Co, 309Ciay 

Flint, Peabody & Co (Edward P Flint) 

32S Montgomery 
Flint William K, 328 Montgomery 
Foote Henry S, 121 Post 
Forbes Brothers, 418 Jackson 



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NICOIL THE TAILOR, 



KIO Market St., S. F. «end for Sumples of \'ew 
Gooilsand Sell" measurement Rules-sent Free. 



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MER 



Foreaith E W & Co (Ed W Forsaith and 

R Blackmar) 3.5 Front 
Foster George H, 3 17 California 
Fran is Henry, '215 Sansome 
Freeman, Smith & Co (Arthur A Smith) 

122 California 

Freitas M T & Co (M T Freitas 

and J3 Sherry) also dairy produce, 

212 Clay 
Gage, Shattuck & Co (W S Gage, D D 

Shattuck and J T Hampton) 317 and 

319 Front 
Galli A & Co (A Galli) 516 and 518 

Sansome 
Garrett James H & Co ( J H Garrett and 

J J Duffy) SE cor Clay and Sansome 

Carthwaite H. 13 Steuart 

Cegan A F> a l 30 grain and wool, 

302 California 
Gerlierding A, 71 Merchants' Exchange 
Getz Bros & Co (Joseph and Louis Getz) 

209 and 211 Market 

Cillespy & Childs (John H 

Gillespy and Walter C Childs) 123 

California 
Giovannetti G & Co (G Giovannetti and 

Charles Maggini) 423 Davis 
Goldfish, Cohn & Co (B Goldfish, S 

Cohn and Wm Wilson) 215 Sausome 
Goldstone M, 4 Battery 
Graf & Schmidt (J L Graf and Ben 

Schmidt) 120 Sutter, rms 63 and 64 

Grangers' Business Asso- 
ciation) E Van Every manager, 
10S Davis 

Green A T, 204 California 

Green R I, SW cor New Montgomery 
and Mission 

Creenebaum Alfred & Co 

(Alfred Greenebaum and F A Haber) 

also importer. ■*, 111 Front 
Grinbaum M S & Co (M S Grinbaum 

and M Louisson) 124 California 
Cutte I, 307 California 

Haak & Remmers, iosi Foisom 
Hagan & Manheim, 217 San 

some 

Haight Robert & Co, 226 

Front 
Hall A I & Son (Aimer I, Edward 

A and Harry E) also m tnufacturers 

agents, 52S and 530 Market 
Hammer, Leist & Co (John F Hammer 

and C J Leist) 201 and 203 Davis 
Harrison & Co, 415 Pine 

Harrison, Wolff & Sher- 
wood, 214 and 216 Market and 18 
and 20 Front 

Harrold James, 525 Front, rm 10 

Hatch T H & Co (F H Hatch) 34 Cali- 
fornia 

Hausman, Kufeke & Co (F H Hausman) 
314 California 



Heckmann & Immel (H 

Heckmaun a id A J B iuunel) NE cor 
D.tvis ami Washington 

Hegler, Johnson & Co (John 

H He-ler aud M M Johnson) 305 aud 
307 Clay 

Hellman Bros & Co (Richard 

and Horace G Hedman) 525 Front 

Hendry Eugene R, 327 Ma.ket 

Henry & Osgood (\V W Henry and F 

S Osgood) 212 Sacramento 
Hey wood 8 J & Co, 222 (Jlay 
Hixson, Justi & Co (J M and W D Hix- 

son and Charles Justi) 316 aud 318 

Washington 
Hogg & Sperry (James Hogg and 

James W Sperry) 22 California 
Holcmb W A, 302 California 

H Olden S P, U3 Leidesdorff 
Houston W J & Co ^V J Houston) 116 

Front 
Hubback E T, 324 Pine, rm 5 
Hulme & Hart (James P Hulme and 

Jackson Hart) 10 Davis 
Hume George VV, 405 Front 
HumeRD&Co(RD Hume and Jay 

Demin_') 405 Front 
Hyman Bros (Hym.m W, Henry W, 

Michael, Morris aud Joseph) 206 

Front 
Ivancovich J & Co, cor Jackson and 

Sansome 

Jackson T W & Co (T w jack- 
son) also manufacturers' agents, 304 
California 

Jennings C B, 121 California 

Jones S L & Co (S L aud E D Jones) 
207 and 209 California 

Keefe W VV, 320 Davis 

Kellcher J M, 2303 O'Farrell 

Kellogg George H, 320 Sansome, rm 9 

Keyser Paul, 20o Clay 

Kirsclibraun & Sons (L, E, H and Chas) 
308-312 Front 

Kittle & CO (J G and N G Kittle 
and James Palache) 202 California 

Klauber & Lev' (A Klauber, San Fran- 
cisco, and y Levi, San Diego) 122 Clay 

Knowles J N, 28 California 

KonoldFA, 123 California 

Koshlaud 8 & Co (Simon, Joseph and 
Marcus K "shland Jr) 228 California 

Lacher I, 520 Front 

Landsberger & Curtis (Isidore Lands- 
beiger and James M Curtis) 123 Cali- 
fornia, rm 4 

Larzelere & Witham (W B Larzelere and 
W L Witham) cor Clay and Davis 

Laws John, 124 Clay 

Lemoine & Pichon, 15-19 San Francisco 
Market 

Lenders & Co (of London) W B Chap- 
man agt, 123 California 



Nobel's E x «SfiS 



V(B FOR VEKY 

n© I Bandmacn, 



HARD ROCK AND SUBMARINE BLASTING. 
Nielsen & C>., General Agents, San r'rancuco. 



Truman, (sham & Hooker, 



431-427 Market Street, Sole AsrentM or 
JRerteriek's Perpetnal HAY rRESSES. 



MER 



San Francisco. 



MER 



271 



Leszynsky S L & Co (S L and E L) 2 
and 4 Battery 

Levaggi & Barbieri O BLe 

vaggi ciu i P Barbieri) 3i:5-329 Wash- 
ington cir Battery 
Levin Bros (I and J) Bay City Market, 
1134 Market 

Levi son & Euphrat. 123 Caii- 

tornia, rm 15 
Levy A & Co (Adolpli and Jacob Levy) 

NE cor Washington and Front 
Levy B, 217 Battery 
Levy B & S >n (Bernard, Julius and 

Sigmund) 31 it Washington 
Levy Mark W & Co (Mark W Levy) 

5J5 San some 
LeVV S & CO (Solomon Levy and B 

Beer) 21 S and 220 Washington 
Lewis Henry L, 215 Sacramento 
Lichtenberg Win, 215 Sansoine 
Lightner Isaac, 214 California 
Lipman H, 202 Washington 
Littlerteld, Allison & Co (Sheldon Lit- 

tlefield, D E Allison a;ul A Gold- 

thwaite) 416 and 418 Front 
Lloyd C R & Co (C R Lloyd) 215 San- 
some 
Loaiza W, 308 California 

LoughranT F & Co, 420-424 

Davis 

Louis & Edwards, 204 Clay 

Lovell M, 200 California 

Lowry & Steller (W J Lowry and Louis 
Steller) 6 Davis 

Lusk A & Co (Albert Lnsk, Isidor and 
Henry Jacobs and Jacob Levi) cannery 
423-441 Bran nan, office 409 and 411 
Washington 

Lynde & Hough (W C Lynde and H M 
Hough) 416 a id 41S Davis 

MacGrotty Alfred & Co (Alfred Mac- 
Grotty) 204 Front 

Macondray & Co, 425 and 427 

Market 
Macpherson & Branagan (A M Macpher- 

son and Christopher Branagan) 215 

Washington 
Maguire P & Co (P Maguire and John 

McHugh) 127 Wash ngton 
Makin Robert G, 324 Pine, rm 5 
Malherbe E, 400 Front 

Mandlebaum F & Sons (F 

and R) 312 Sacramento 
Mansfield M & Co, 326 Pine 

MarCUS CeO & CO, 304 Califor- 
nia 

Marsicano P & Co (P Marsicano and J 
F Corriea) 419-423 Washington 

Martin, Feusier & Co, 309-313 Clay 

Marx & Co (R E Marx) 310 California 

Mathews J M, 1 13 Davis 

McBride & Cluin (D McBride and E F 
Chun) 1 1 7 Dm mm 



McCann M, 214 Sansome.rm 29 
McDonough James Jr, 211 Washington 
McGlauflin Lewis W, 18 California 
McGown Bros (C D McGown) 14 First 
McHeury S & Co (S McHenry and E M 

Cofer) 320 Front 
Mcllwain A & Co, Grand Arcade Mar- 
ket, 323 Sixth 
McKenna & Puriell (M F McKenna and 
J Furcell) 205 Druinm 

Mead & Runyon (D h and A 

W Porter) 404 and 406 Davis 

Meinecke Charles & Co (Charles Mein- 
ecke and J K C Portman) 314 Sacra- 
mento 

Mendelson Bros, 36 California 

Merle Chas F, 200 California 

Merrill J C & Co (John C Merrill) 204 
California, rm 3 

Meyer Daniel (Daniel and Mathias 
Meyer) 212 Pine 

Miles John E, 402 Front 

Miller & COSgriff (George L Mil- 
ler and M F Cosgriff) 417 Battery 

Mills & CO (E T B Mills) 307 Cali- 
f i >rnia 

Mohr R, 402 Front 

Mollov John, 54 Clay 

Mohtealegre & Co, 230 Caii 

forma 

Moore, Ferguson & Co, 

(James Moore, E W Ferguson and 

John E Hobson) 310 California 
MOOre J J & CO, 302 California 
Moore Z YV , 37 and 39 California 
Morrow George & Co (Geo and George 

P Morrow and A Mulligan) 39 

Clay 
Muecke & Co (Gottlieb A E Muecke and 

Henry Mohns) 319 California 
Murphy O A & Co (Owen A Murphy 

and John F Barfield) 50S Sansome 
Nash Joseph, 328 Montgomery, rm 19 
Nathan & Block (G Nathan and L 

Block) 120 Sutter 
Neale E, 725 Montgomery 

Newhall H M & Co (H G and 

Geo A Newhall and Gilbert Palache) 
also general insurance agents, 30J 
Sansome 

Newhall's Sons & Co (E w 

and W S Newhall) 225 and 227 Bush 
Newmark J P & Co (Joseph P New- 
mark) 214 California 

Neylan James, 103 steuart 

OlCOVich BrOS (Bernard and 

Joseph) 12 and 14 Front 
Ouesti & Connor, cor Clay and Sansome 
Orena Dario, 318 California 
Pacific Fruit Company, M T Brewer 

pres, 408 and 410 Davis 
Pallies Alexander, 318 Davis 
Pedler J N & T C, 5 Steuart 



M°tk^ezini, Designers and Fresco Painters, P 



11 ELAN 

Building. 



OAK, ASH, HICKORY, WHITEWOOD, BEECH. ffiSSSIZA 



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MER 



Pera P & Co, 616 Front 

Perkins, Wise & Ostroski, 218 California 

Pitts George H, 512 Sansome 

Porter Bros & Co (D H and A W) 404 

and 406 Davis 
Price W C & CO (Wallace C 

Price) 204 Front 
Proctor John, 224 Front 

Ranlett Horace D, 420 Mont 

gomery 
ReillV & CO (John J and John D) 

327 and 329 Davis 
Richards S, 400 Front 
Richardson William, 215 Sansome 
Richter P E & Co, 109 California 
Rindskopf Samson M, 120 Sutter 
Rogers Wm H, 29 Merchants' Exchange 
Rosenbaum Bros (A M and S M Rosen- 

baum and S Strassburger) 206 Front 
Rosenfeld John, cor Sansome and Pine 
Ross & Hewlett (Donald Ross and Fred- 
erick Hewlett) 300 and 302 Davis 
Rouse W H & Co, 306 Davis 
Rudolph J C, 3 California 
Russ, Sauders & Co (J Russ and M 

Sauders) 213 Clay 
Scateiia L & CO (L Scatena and 
T A DeLay) 313 and 315 Washing- 
ton 
Scatena M & Co (M Scatena) 209 Wash- 
ington 

Schacht & Lemcke, 122 and 

124 Davis 
Schainwald Bros (E and N) 218 Cali- 
fornia 

Schwabacher Bros (Abra- 
ham, Sigmund and Louis) 319 Cali- 
fornia 

Schwartz G & Co, 218 California 
Scotchler & Gibbs (Charlew E Gibbs) 
318 Front 

Scott Horace H. 210 and 212 

Battery 
Scott James, 405 Front 
Scott, McKean & Co (Wm Scott) cor 

Front and Market 
Searles & Stone (Robert Searles and C 

B Stone) 22 California 
Severance H W, 318 California 
Simon J R & Co, 573 Market 
Spafford J M, 204 California 
Spreckles J D & Bros, 327 Market 

Sresovich Luke C & Co (L G 

Sresovich) 413-417 Washington 

Starr Geo R & Co (Geo R Starr and H 
Link) 308 Washington 

Steele E L G & Co (E L G Steele, Geo 
A Moore and E Polhemus) 208 Cali- 
fornia 

Steiuberger & Kalisher (J Steinberger 
and Ed Kalisher) 24 Sansome 

Steinhagen P & Co (P Steinhagen and 
E A Minnaker) 402 Davis 

Steuart Isaac, 218 California 



Stevens, Baker & Co (Judah Baker) 202 

Sacramento 
Stewart & Buckley (Thomas Stewart 

and Daniel Buckley) 513 Sansome 
Stolz Tobias, 105 Battery 
Studley G B & Co (Geo B Studley) 10 

Pine 
Suhr A, 216 Davis 
Swenarton & Heim (J A Swenarton and 

J F H Heim) 120 Sutter 
Teller George, 405 Front 
Teller J D P, 405 Front 
Terrill & Belding (G W Terrill and Wm 

F Belding) 308 California 
Terry Geo VV & Co, 204 Washington 
Thannhauser & Co, 311 California 
Thayer I E, 22 California 
Theobald George J & Co, 419 California 

Thurston & Hartson (E s 

Thurston and B C Hartsou) 405 Davis 

Tiedmann D, 210 Clay 

Tilden H N & Co (H N Tilden) 426 

Sansome 
Tindal Geo W, 500 and 502 Sansome 
TinOCO J M & CO- 506 Battery 
Trobock & Bergen (B N Trobock and 

Adrian Beruei) 504 and 506 Sansome 

Urruela & Urioste (Juan and 

Joseph Urruela and Adolph and Geo 

Urioste) 202 Market and 3 Pine, rins 

9 and 10 
Veasey, Rudolph & Co (P Veasey, J C 

Rudolph and C A Whidden)222 Davis 
Volkman C M, 421 Front 
Von Ammon Bernhard, 63 Merchants' 

Exchange 

Von Ronn & Hencke Bros 

40:1 and 411 Clay 

Vulicevich TLA, 214 Washing- 
ton 

Waite John M, 31S Front 

Wakefield L H, 22 California 

Waterman M &Co, ios Davis 

Welch & CO. 109 California 
Wheaton & Luhrs (George H Wheaton 

and Paul Bieon) 221-225 Front and 

307 Sacram?nto 

Whitney C E & Co (0 e Whit 

ney and John R Sayers) also import- 
ers, 101 and 103 California 

Whittell George, 216 Bush 

Wightman Bros (James and John 
Wightman Jr and K C Eldredge) 205 
Sacramento 

Wilkens & Co (C Wilkens and B Na- 
torp) 109 California 

Willard Leon, 120 Sutter 

Williams. Dimond & Co (H 

B Williams, \V H Dimoud and A 
Cheesebrough) 202 Market 

Wittland & Fredrickson, 

324 Davis 

Witzel & Baker (J e Witzeiand 

C F Baker)~S20 and 322 Battery 



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. 413-415 Market St. lilUlIc 



STEEL t HEAVY HARDWARE 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



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LITHOGRAPHER 

Barnard J Howard, 7 Mont- 
gomery ave 

LIVERY STABLES 

Dowling R, 327 Sixth 
Fitzgerald & Coulan (Thomas Fitzgerald 
and Michael Conlan) 1513 California 

LODGINGS 

AppletOn House, Mrs Josie 
Edgewood proprietress, 33 Fifth 

Marchint Wm, 4 Mission 

Sharpless A Mrs, 50£ Third 

Walker John, 32 Steuart 

Windsor HOUSe, James Gilleran 
proprietor, 905 Market 

LUMBER. 

Dingley Charles L, 13 Steuart 

Falk, Hawley & Co (N H Falk and 

Jacob C Hawley ) NE cor Spear and 

Folsom 
Gernom A & Co, 9 Steuart 
Harmon Samuel H, 316 Steuart 
Higgins & Collins (Elisha Higgins and 

Geo H Collins) 10 Steuart 
Iversen & Jensen (Niels Iversen and 

Carl Jensen) 11 Market 
Kentfield John & Co (E E and F C 

Keutfield) 318 Steuart 

Merguire & Johnson (G- L 

Merguire and J A Johnson) 11 Blux- 
ome 
San Pedro Lumber Co, Merrick Rey- 
nolds mgr, 2\ Steuart 
Smith G F & Co (G F Smith) 9 Steuart 
Tichenor H B & Co (H B Tichenor and 
R G Byxbee) 25 Market 

Truckee Lumber Co (E J 

Brittle, W H Kruuer and F H 
Horton) 243-251 Berry 

MACHINISTS 

Burton & Hoyt, 23 Stevenson 



Machinists' and Engineers' 

SUPPLIES. 
C. F. MACTEDEL, 

56 First Street, - San Francisco. 



MACARONI MANUFACT- 
URERS 
Ravenna, Ghirardelli & Co 

(Vincent Ravenna, Anton Ghirardelli, 
L Boero, G Podesta and L Raffo) 421 
and 423 Battery 
Valente L, 214 and 216 Broadway 

MANICURE 

Lewis A Mme, 906 Market 

MANUFACTURERS 
AGENTS- 
Hyman Bros, 326 Pine 
MARBLE WORKS 

CaVO A & CO, 706 Battery 

MARKETS- 

Derby & StrOUSe (C Derby and 
Mark Strouse) proprietors Bay City 
Market, 1138-1146 Market 

MATHEMATICAL IN 
STRUMENTS 

Roach John, 429 Montgomery 

MATTRESS MANUFACT 

URERS- 
Pacific Spring and Mat- 
tress Co, 25 New Montgomery 

MEDICAL AND SURGI- 
CAL INSTITUTE 

National Surgical Insti- 
tute, 319 Rush ° 

MERCANTILE AGENCY. 

United States Dealers Pro- 
tective Association and 
Mercantile Agency, H e 

Moore general agent, rm 32, 8l6 Mar- 
ket 



Case Hardened Screws, Machine 
Screws, Lathe Chucks, Prentiss Vi- 
ses, Pattern Letters, Steel Stamps, 
Spring Pins, Emery Wheels, Taps, 
Dies, Twist Drills, Breast Drills, Cap 
Screws, Etc. 



Organized 1882. Incorporated I8s4. 

THE UNITED STATES DEALERS 

PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION 

— AND — 

MERCANTILE AGENCY. 
Capital 8*20.000. Object -To facilitate the col- 
lection of debts; To prompt debtors to pay; To 
inform member* respecting people who habitu- 
ally do not pay. Membership, $6.00 per annum. 
Head Office, No. 53 Tribune Building, New York. 
H. E. Moore, 32 Phelan B ildingr, San Francisco, 
Cal., General Agent for California. 



MERCHANTS-CO MMIS 

SION. 
Bunker H C & Co, ±oo Front 

Cluin & Tormey (E F Cluin and P Tor- 

mey) 117 Drunim 
Coburn C W & Co (C W Coburn) 315 

Front 

Cotrel Thomas Jr, 405 Front 



Moretti & Trezzini, FRESCO ARTISTS, PSffift&m, 



CABINET WOODS and VENEERS. 133 Spear. John Wigmore. 



Til 

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2726 



£cm Francisco — Supplemental. 



Dallman L & Co (L Daiiman 

and F Bamberger) 309 and 311 Wash- 
ington 

Doe, Kimball & Co (Loring B 

Doe and Geo H Kimball) 19 Main 
Gale J W, 427 and 429 Front 
Higgins & Collins (Elisha Higgins and 

Geo H Collins) 10 Sieuart 
Houston W J & Co (W J Houston) 16 

Front 
Kimball ChaS P. agents' goods, 

802 Montgomery, rm 7 

Levaggi & Barbieri (GBLe- 

vaggi and P Barbieri) 309 and 311 

Washington 
Levy Mark W & Co (John F Barfield) 

50;") and 507 Sansome 
Lynde & Hough, 116 California 

Macpherson & Branagan 

(A M Macpherson and C Branagan) 
215-219 Washington 

M a r si cano P & Co, 419 and 423 

Washington 

Martin, Feusier & Co, 309- 

313 Clay 
McBride & Carroll (D McBride and J 
M Carroll) 115 Drumm 

McDonogh & Johnson (J 

McDonogh and J Johnson) 211 Wash- 
ington 

Merguire & Johnson, 11 Bluxome 

Morse I H & Co, 627 Front 

Murray W J & Co, 427 Davis 

Riley Thomas D & Co, 255 and 257 East 
Rode C B & CO, SW cor Battery 

and California 
Rouse W H, 306 Davis 



Sparks William, 7 Mission 

Vervalin D, 420Ciay 
Wetmore Brothers (Henry D, 

William B and John G) 524 and 526 
Sansome 

Wheaton & Luhrs (Geo h 

Wheaton and P Breon) 221-225 
Front and 307 Sacramento 



WETMORE BROS., 
Commission t Merchants, 

And Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of 

Fruit and Produce, 

POULTRY, EGGS, ETC 

Consignments Solicited. Prompt Returns. 

Country Orders accompanied with Cash 
or Reference carefully filled. 



HAWAIIAN 



R.TUCKER, AGENT. 



Wetmore Bros., Selling Agents, 

Nos. 524-526 Sansome St., 

P. O. Box 3099, SAW FRANCISCO. 



P. MARSICANO. J. F. CORRIEA. 

P. MARSICANO & CO. 

General Commission and Shipping Merchants, 

WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS OF 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, 



Bananas. 
Limes, 

Pine Apples, 



Sicily Lemons, 
Tamerinds, 

Tahati Oranges, 



Cocoanuts, 

Nuts of all kinds, 
Dates and Figs. 



419. 421 & 423 Washington St. San Francisco. 

OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. P. O. BOX 1790. 
DEALERS 1ST ALL K.IWOS OF SALT. BS" Consignments Solicited. 



MERCHANTS- GENERAL- 

Clement J E, 506 Battery 



MIRRORS 
Blum, Eppstein & Co, 126 

Kearny 



MINING MACHINERY. 

ShaW S W, 308 Phelan Building 

MERCHANTS-SHIPPING 
Doe, Kimball & Co (Loring b 

Doe and Geo H Kimball) 104 Market 
and 3 California 



e 



IO If 111 Ufllll/IC 9 Pfl 413-415 Market St. IROV. STEEL, All 

, 0. I AH VTIRIVLl & UU., Kinds Blacksmiths' Material*, HEAVY HARDWARE 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



Darkens Oray or Sandy Hair 
and Whiskers t® Perfection. 



MER 



San Francisco. 



MER 



273 



Wolf Brown & Co (J w and w 

H Wolf and Ralph Brown) 321 

Davis 
Wolfe M A, 39 Sutter 
Wolf en Max & Co (Max Wolfen) SW cor 

Washington and Davis 
Wood B & Co, 612 Clay 
Wright John T, 633 Market 



YateS W, San Lorenzo fruits, 501 

Front 
Yeiby H C, 2S Merchants' Exchange 
Young C G, 32 Merchants' Exchange 
Zeiss Louis, SW cor Clay and Drumm 

Ziegenbein John & Co (John 

Ziegenbein and H C Black) also deal- 
ers in grain, 215 and 217 Davis 



C. F. BAKER. 



J. F. WITZEL. 



WITZEL & BAKER, 

Commission Merchants 



AND 



Wholesale Provision Dealers, 




— a» BATTERY STEEET,^ 



\AM FKAKCISC©. 



G. BALANESI, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 

ALL KINDS OF 

California and Tropical Produce, 

Vegetables, Poultry, Fruit, Herbs, Etc., 

1 07 and 1 09 Clark St. 

Near Davis, opp. Col >mbo Market, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

Sbips Supplied. Gooiis Delivered Free. 



MERCHANTS 
ERAL 



GEN 



Bash Hyman, 206 Bush 

Chaffee, Gilbert & Bonestell, 400 Front 

Clement J E, 506 Battery 

Cohen M, 516 Fifth 

David L 7 Broadway 



Davidson M (Mokelumne Hill) 111 Bat- 
tery 

Fleisher M & Co (M Fleisher and Bern- 
hard and Henry Sinsheimer) Santa. 
Maria, 22S California 

Giffin O F, 310 Pine, rm 44 

Goldman J & Co (Tulare City) 209 San- 
some 

Goldstone Jacob, 926 and 928 Dupont 

Hansen Peter, cor Railroad ave and 
Trinidad 

Harrington & Smith ( Wm A Harrington 
and Andrew Smith) (Seattle, W T) 21S 
California 

Heringhi E. 214 Sansome 

Hinsberg Charles, 330 Pine, rm 57 

Kohn Isaac, 30U California 

Levin sky M & Co (Alvarado) 105 Bat- 
tery 

Levy I D, 647 Washington 

London J Mrs, 302 Sixteenth 

Lowenberg S & Co (Goldenrlale, W T 
and Tulare City, Cal) 318 Pine, rm 27 



18 



S WSOSat 46*KSSE£ ,, S.F. Send for Circular. 



Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St, 



Samples of tfEW imfD 
«.«>OI>S SEXT t Ulltl, 




Macowsky Jacob, 030 Kearny 
Marks H. 044 Clay 
Morria S, 741 Washington 
Newell & BrO (Horace and David) 

221 Davis 
Nunes LA, 115 Jackson 
Pieper H C, 1U10 Buchanan 
Rosenthal M, 734 Washington 
•Scli ivartz Bros (San Luis Obispo) 218 

California 
Shainwald Bros (X Shainwald) Boise 

City, 1 T, 218 California 
Sinshe.imer Bros (Bernard and Henry) 

(San Luis Obispo) 228 California 
Sisson, Crocker & Co (A W Sisson, C 

W Crocker, S M Culler, G W Scott, 

R A Wilson and M A Burke) 202 

Sansome 
Sweet S (Visalia) 218 California 



MERCHANTS -PRODUCE 

(See also Merchants — Commission.) 

Balanesi C, 107 Clark 

Biagi D &CO(D Biagi) 520 and 522 
Sansome 

Brigham, Hopne & Co (C O and F E 
Brigham, J C Hoppe and W H Ro- 
din) 129 and 131 California 

Ballard J H, 208 Drumm 

Cattarina L J & Co (E J Cattarina and 
V Valentine) 323 Davis 

Dutard H, 126 and 128 Davis 

Emerson John A, 52] and 523 Sansome 

Gibfried C, 1250 Mission 

Grangers' Business Asso- 
ciation) E Van Every manager, 
A M Belt assistant manager, 108 
Davis 

Haight Robert & Co (Robert 

Haight) 226 Front 

Hills Bros (Herbert and Reuben) 1146 
Market 

Horgau T, 14 Grand Central Market 

Kan - & Heaney, 1 1 and 40 Centre Mar- 
ket 

Label Henry, cor O'Farrell and Taylor 

Loughran T F & Co (T F 

Loughrau) 120-424 Davis 

Lowry & Steller (W J Lowry and Louis 
Steller) 6 Davis 

Martens F & Co, 425 Front 

Mitchell, Haskins & Co (0 K Mitchell, 
T J Haskins and J A Cadweil) 34 Cal- 
ifornia 

Onesti & O'Connor, 501 Sansome 

Pallies Alexander, 31S Davis 

Pastene Antonio, 203 Washington 

Phillips I L & Co, 10 and 17 Grand Cen- 
tral Market 

Price W C & CO, 204 Front 



Rouse & Co (Wm H Rouse and P S Mar- 
shall) 306 Davis 

San Lorenzo Fruit Co, 501 Front 

Scatena M, 507 Davis 

Starr George R & Co, 308 Washington 

Stern Brothers (Simon and George F) 
Bay City Market, 1134 Market 

Thomas J Proctor, 109 and 111 Davis 

Tindal CeO W, 502 Sansome 

Truenbach& Co, 113 Clay 

Vlllicevich TLA, 214 Washing- 
ton 

Wheaton & Luhrs (Geo HWheaton and 
A E Luhrs) 219-225 Front and 307 
Sacramento 

Wightman Bros (John Jr and Jason 
Wightman and K C Eldredge) 205 
Saeramento 

Wittland & Fredrickson (W Wittland 
and T C Fredrirkson) 324 Davis 

Wooster J B & Co (J B Wooster and S 
B Steele) 218 and 220 Front 



MERCHANTS-SHIP 
PING AND FORWARD 
ING 

Balfour, Guthrie & Co (Alexander Bal- 
four, Stephen Williamson, Alexander 
Guthrie, Robert Balfour and Robert B 
Forman) 316 California 

Barney B <*, 222 Brannan 

Camaiinos D G, 519 Sansome 

Chandler Thos, 51 S Battery 

Chapman J F & Co (J F and E B Chap- 
man) 22 California 

Cochran J T & Co (J T Cochran) 302 
California 

Cutting John T & Co (John T Cutting) 
23 and 25 California 

Dempster & Kevs (Clancy J Dempster 
and Gilbert S Keys) 202 Market 

Dickson, De Wolf & Co (^ 

win Wotten and E D and Ernest L 

Heatley) 412 Battery 
Doe, Kimball & Co (Loring B Doe aud 

Geo H Kimball) 19 Main 
Earl D W & Co (D W Earl and Sisson 

Crocker & Co) 202 Sansome 
Eaton F W, 320 Sansome 
Ellis M C & Son (Moses C and Alfred T) 

29 Merchants' Exchange 
Fontana & Co (M J Fontana) 28 and 30 

Sacramento 
Freeman, Smith & Co (Arthur A Smith) 

122 California 

Carthwaite H, 3 Steuart 

Grace J W & Co (John W Grace, Geo 
L Duval and W E Holloway) 430 
California 

Creenebaum Alfred & Co 

(A Greeuebaum and F A Haber) 111 
Front 



Tlirlcnn P/vnrrl/vf IMPROVED." Used by all Railroads. 

J UUbUIl JT UWQ.6r BANDA1ANN, NIE^SEiV & cj., Genera! Agents, b. i. 



Truman, isham & Hooker, tSsSSL^9SSSSShJ&^ES&& 



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275 



Cutte I, 307 California 

Hansen Carl, 302 California 

Hefti B, 506 Battery 

Houston W J & Co (W J Houston) 116 

Front 
Howland B. S, 3 California 
Jones & CO, 1^1 and 123 Market 
Kittle & CO (N G and J (1 Kittle 

and James Balache) 202 California 
Knowles J N, 28 California 
Laliin James, 34 Steuart 
Liehtenberg Win, 215 Sansome 
LOUIS & Edwards (A A Louis 

and A W Edwards) 204 Clay 
Lowenthal. Livingston & Co (M S Low- 

enthal, John Livingston and E Hoch- 

stadter) 320 California 
Lund Henry & Co (Henry Lund) 214 

California 
McNear Geo W, 20 California 
Meyer, Wilson & Co (H L E Meyer 

and John Wilson) 210 Battery 

Montealegre & Co (C f Mon- 

tealegre and J A Salazar) 230 Cali- 
fornia 

Moore J J & CO (J J Moore and 
E B Clifford) 3U2 California 

Namiton George, 526 Battery 

New ha!! H Wl & CO (Margaret 
J, Henry G, W Mayo, Edwin W, 
Walter S, and Geo A Newhall and 
Gilbert Palache) 309 S uisome 

Parr<>tt & Co (Louis B Parrott and Wm 
Babcock) 306 California 

Ros nfeld John & Co, 202 Sansome 

Stevenson A M, 214 California 

Stevenson Jonathan U, 525 Front 

Sutton & Beebe (A M Sutton and C F 
Beebe) 122 Front 

Theobald George J & Co (George J 
Theobald) 419 California, rm 4 

Vlilicevich TLA, 214 Washing- 
ton 

Welch & CO, 109 California 

Wells Chas H, l'U California 

Williams, Dimond & Co, 202 

Market 
Wolf Philip & Co (Philip Wolf) 304 

Battery 
York E R, 34 California 



MERCHANTS-TAILOR 

(See also Tailors.) 

Dignan John P, 1055 Market 

CihbS A, 1049 Market 

Cordon Brothers, 329 Kearny, 

90S Market and 7 Ellis 

Karski C, 335 Sixth 

Morris I, 231 Sixth 

Nicoll the Tailor, 816 and 818 

Market 



Poheim Joe, 203 Montgomery 
and 724 Market 

Reid John, 907£ Market 

Smith J R & CO, 136 Montgom- 
ery (see page 37) 

Sweeney N, 1 1 3 Second 



A. GIBBS, 

NEW ENGLAND TAILOR 

market lift street ' 

Opp. Jones and McAllister Sts., San Francisco. 



JOE POHEIM, 

THE TAILOR 

Makes the Best Fitting Clothes in the State. 

203 MONTGOMERY STREET, 

724 Market, U10 and 1112 Market, and 11 andl3 
Turk Street, San Fiamisco. 
/KITFinest assortment of goods always on hand. 



JOHN REID, 

Merchant Tailor, 

907i MARKET STREET, 

Near Fifth, " Windsor House," San Francisco. 

A full line of the finest Scotch and English 
Goods in the Market. 
A perfect fit guaranteed in all eases. 



N. SWEENEY, 

Merchant Tailor, 

113 SECOND STREET, 

SAN FRANCISUO. 

Choice assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres, Doe- 
skins, Beavers, and Vestings, constantly on 
hand and m:ide to order on reasonable terms. 



METAL IMPORTERS 

(See also Hardware.) 
Carolan, Cory & Co, 117 California 
De la Montanya James, 214 Jackson 
Dunham, Carrigan & Co, 17 Beale and 

18-22 Mai a 
Carratt W T, J 38 Fremont 
Gibbs George W & Co, 35 and 37 

Fremont 

Hoihrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son. SE cor Bealeand Market 

Huntington, Hopkins & Co, junction 
Market and Bush 

Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 



ST. DAVIOS, 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No bet- 
ter or cleaner rooms in the city. Open all night 



Mahogany, Spanish Cedar, Primavera. 



JOHN wm^mork, 

133 Spear Street, S. F. 



276 



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Tay Ceorge H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

Van Winkle I S & Co, 413 and 

415 Market 

METAL ROOFERS 

Brady Patrick, 19 Tenth 
Conlin & Roberts, 728 Mission 

Cronan & Dunbar (Wm Cronan 

and James Dunbar) 1073 Market 
Duncan George, 652 Market 
Forderer Joseph F, 226 Mission and 

1417 Octavia 
Moyne James S, 2525 Mission 
Pinck & Hammond, 510 Bush 
PlatzEd, 317 h Dupout 
Snook G & E, 630 Sacramento 



VV. CRONAN. 



J. DUNBAR. 



CRONAN & DUNBAR, 

1073 Market Street, near Seventh, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

(1 alvanizcd Iron Cornices. Metal 
X Roofers, Copper, Tin and Sheet-In n Work 
of every description. Roofs Repaired. All work 
done hv us jiuarnnteed. 



METAL SPINNERS 

BoeSCh Emile, 5S3 and 585 Mis- 
sion 



Budde Joseph, 43 Fremont 
Graff Albert, 51 Fremont 
Lutz August, 10 Stevenson 



METAL WORKS 

Holbrook, Merrill & Stet- 
son, c,,r Beale and Market 

Pacific, Morrow & Strong propri- 
etors, 115 and 117 First 

Pacific Rolling Mills, 202 

Market 

Tay Ceorge H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 



METALLIC SIGNS 

Hopps & Sons, 429 Pine 

Joiner John J, 9 Geary 

Robinson & Garver, 402 Montgomery 



METALLURGICAL 
WORKS 

LUCkhardt C A- manager Nevada 
Metallurgical Works, 23 Steven- 
son 

Nevada Metallurgical 

Works (of San Francisco) C A 
Luekhardt manager, 2 3 Steven- 
son 



C. A. LUCKHARDT, Manager. 



Established 1869. 



Nevada Metallurgical Weils 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 



Ores Crushed and Sampled, and Working Tests 
Made by any Process. 

kooxwun aii ito rDAunuro C. A. LTOKHARDT 

ASSAY.KC IN ALL ITS ERANCHES, (Formerly Kuhn & Luekhardt, and Riotte & 

Analysis of Ores, Minerals, Water, etc | ^"^^Meta'l'St? " eer3and 

23 (Stevenson Street, near First and. Market, San Franciseo. 



METALLURGISTS. 

Bisbee, Williams & Co, 32 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Falkenau & Reese, 328 Mont 

gomery 
I re! an J aS Jr, Merchants' Ex- 

Kustel&CO, 31 S Pine 



Luekhardt 

Stevenson 



C A & Co, 23 



Nevada Metallurgical 

Works, C A Luekhardt & Co 
managers, 23 Stevenson 

Selby Smelting and Lead 

CO, 416 Montgomery 
Strong & Co,* 10 Stevenson 



I. S. VAN WINKLE 4 CO., 



Market «t. jRON, STEEL, ETC. 



STOLTZ'S WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
to Perfection. Does NOT WASH OFF 



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277 



MIDWIVES 

Bisleck H Mrs, 1007 Harrison 
Canepa C Mrs, 618 Green 
Emmerich Louise Mrs, 2308 Howard 
Huin Francis Mrs, 639 Broadway 
Labohm Mrs, 504 and 506 Jessie 
Languilette LMrs, 320 Duncan 
Levy Hannah Mrs, 416 Third 
Morris Mrs, 521 Jessie 
Schafer C Mrs, 723 Broadway 
Schoellhorn Emilie Mrs, 1518 Stockton 
Voss M Mrs, 128 O'Farrell 
Zillmer A Mrs, 1013 Mission 



MILITARY GOODS 
Litchfield J M & Co, 415 

Mi nitgorcry 

Norcross & Co. » Post 

Pasquale B, 650 Washington and 

967 Howard 
Plate & CO (Henry A Plate) 101 

Powell 

Rosenberg C & Son, 22 San- 

some 



MILK DAIRIES 

Brown James, Mission road nr St Mary's 
College 

Clifford CJ S G, mgr Boston Ranch, Uni- 
versity M 'und, depot 35 Eddy 

Curley J ohu W, Presidio 

Daley & Kinne (John Daley and W H 
Kinne) 1010 Valencia 

Davidson Alonzo, cor 20th and Eureka 

Hall Win, (rid Mission road 

Hawes C M, cor Napa and Connecticut 

Knowls I G , San Jose road nr Seven Mile 
House 

Lennon John, cor Church and Dorland 

McLellan & Guthrie, Point Lobos road 

Megilligan W B, old Mission road nr 
Industrial School 

Milbrae, A F Green propr, 35 Eddy 

Nobles A T, cor Thirtieth and Mission 

tteed Thos, Mission road nr Five Mile 
House 

Roy J A & Co (J A Roy) San Bruno road 

Schlotham Wm, cor Third and Howard 

Schretg August, Potrero 

Schwering Henry, San Bruno road nr 
Six Mile House 

Smart Geo C, old San Jose road nr House 
of Correction 

Smith F R, old Mission road nr Persia 
ave 

Stone Isaac, cor San Bruno road and 
Cortland ave 

Taber C W, San Bruno road nr Six 
Mile House 

Wilson H G, San Bruno road bet Twen- 
ty-eighth and Twenty-ninth 



MILL BUILDERS . 
Allis Edward P & Co. cor 

Mission and First 
Huntington F A, 45 Fremont 
Matter," Lind & Co (Geo H Matter, Chas 

Lind and E B Rogers) 419 California 
White J B, 318 Pine, rm 17 



MILL AND MINING SUP- 
PLIES 

Allen W R, 414 Market 
Berry & Place, 12 California 

California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 
DennistOn E C. 653 and 655 

Mission 
Doble Abner. also stone cutter 
and blacksmiths' tools, 13 and 15 Fre- 
mont 
Dodge M B. 143 Fremont 
Dunham, Carrigan & Co, 18-22 Main 
E^erton Henry C, 109 California, rm 7 
Carratt Wm T, 138 Fremont 

Golden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, 235-257 First 
Hawley D N & C A, SW cor First and 

Market 
Huntington F A, 45 Fremont 
Hunting! on, Hopkins & Co, junction 

Market and Bush 

Klein John BVI & Co, 720 Mont 

gomery 
Mackintosh & Dodge (D Mackintosh and 

H C Dodge) 10S "Leidesdorff 
Matter. Lind & Co, 419 California 

Pacific Lamp & Reflector 

Factory, 583 and 585 Mission 
Parke & Lacy (L C Parke and B T Lacy) 

21 and 23 Fremont 
Rice H W, 52 Bluxome 
Rix E A & Co, 18 Fremont 

Taylor John & Co (John and h 

R Taylor) also chemical glassware, 
112-118 Pine 

The Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Works, 49 Fremont 

Wagner Joseph & Co, 101- 



107 Mission 



RE 



MILLINERY GOODS 
TAIL 



AdCOCk K Mrs, 748 Market and 

10 Kearny 
Agnan Jaques, 1521 Market 
Attell Amanda Mrs, 10-6 Larkin 
Auger F Mme, 621 Larkin 
Beck A Mrs, 1665 Mission 
Bissert M E Mrs, 2000 Fillmore 



Hobbs, Wall S Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, 



314 SI'RAR 
Street, S. F. 



"\Tlf»n]l fllO ToilnT ?. l S Markefc Street. Send for Samples and 

11 ILiUll Lilt? XclllUl, Kules lor Scl-iiuitsiurinciil s.nl Free. 



278 



MIL 



San Francisco. 



MIL 



Bley A, 750 Market 

Blochman E Mrs, H07 Sutter 

Borgstrom .fenny Mrs, I lo'J Market 
Borgstrom Minnie Mrs, 322 Montgomery 

ave 
Bowen A H Mrs, 2953 Sixteenth 
Braid D C Mrs, 529 Hayes and 1222 

Market 
Brown Emma S, 137 Larkin 
Brown G Mis, 1003 Howard 
B a tier P F, 808 Market 
Butler W J, 950 and 952 Market 
Button & Boy an (Amtdia Button and 

Augusta Boyan) 40 Geary 
Casewell E E, 28 Post 
Casey N MiSS> 1003 Mission 
Clark B Mrs, 407 Geary 
Clark Robert C Mrs, 90S Market 
Cosgnff Anna G Mrs, 5l> Third 

Coughlan Jas Mrs, 919 Mar- 
ket 

Crall E A Mrs, 1221 Stockton 
DeCourcyF, 1907 Fillmore 
De Forrest \V F Mrs, 24 Kearny 
Donovan E Miss, 1526 Polk 
Dorn Gus Mrs, 237 Sixteenth 
Dunbar J L Miss, 1639 Polk 
Falvey Lizzie Mrs, 79 Ninth 
Farran S M Mrs, 2041 Mission 
Fliun C M Mrs, 54 Third 
Froomberg Ray Miss, 524 Bush 
George A Mrs, 232 Taylor 
Goodman A Miss, 1324i Polk 

Creen Anna Mrs, 124 Sixth 

Harrington J Mrs, 1017 Market 
Ht Id Simon, 1 6*2 1 ^ Geary 
ttillsrager E .1 Miss. 1024 Polk 
Holmes D H Mrs, 14 Post 
Howard Mary A Mrs, 4 Third 
Ives Chas Mrs, 332 Sutter 
Kaveny A & T, 1003 Valencia 
Kessler August Mrs, 434 Hayes 
Koerdel J Mrs, 309 Hayes 
Lavezzari Marie Mrs, 1520 Stockton 
Lazansky Bernard, 134 Sixth 

Lithauer A C Mme, 1433 
Polk 

Loryea Mme & Co (Mrs S Loryea and 

Miss Mary Kelly) 126 Kearny 
Marks S Mr3, 240k Sixth 
Marsh & Wolf (M Marsh and C J Wolf) 

926 Larkin 
Matthews Mrs, 1617 Mission 
McCarrick Kate Miss, 126 Kearny 
McClunie W -J Mrs, 222 Post 
McGinn A Miss, 226 O'Farrell 
McGruder K Mrs & Misi Fitzgerald, 

915 Market 
Mish S Mrs. 70S Market, 9 and 

11 (ie.irv and 133 Kearny 
Midler )'» Mrs, 1105 Powtdl 
Murray Mary E, 121 Sixth 
North Ellen Mrs, 308i Stockton 
Oulif Blanche Mme, 1 Dupont 



Paris and Bon Ton, s Mish & 

Co proprietors, 7u8 Market, 9 and 11 

Geary and 133 Kearny 
Park M E Mrs; 124^ Eddy 
Peterson A B Mrs, 3)2 Third 
Racouillat A Mme, 1605 Powell 
Robertson E S Mrs, 1236 Valencia 
Ross Bros (X and G) 938 Market 
Rowell Jean Mrs, 146 Sixth 
Sauvage C Mrs, 209 Sixteenth 
■Scott Isabella Miss. 538 Sixteenth 
Seabury C A Mrs, 138 Ninth 
Soper M A Mrs, 25 13^ Mission 
Stacom Maria, 1 1 1 Stockton 
Steinegeer Ida B, 437 Hayes 
Stewart K M Mrs, 104 Eddy 
Swanton Mary T Mrs, 1217 Stockton 
Thomas S Mrs, 30 Third 
Weil S R, 436J Hayes 

Wiener Adolph 539 Market 

Zemansky Sarah Mrs, 210 Sixth 



MISS N. CASEY, 

Fashionable Millinery, 

No. 1003 Mission Street, 

One door above Sixth, SAN FRANCISCO. 

Hats and Bonnets Bleached and Pressed. 



THE HAT BOX 

MRS. GREEN, Milliner, 

124 Sixth Street, 

Between Mission and Howard, San Francisco. 

Hats and Bonnets Bleached and Pressed. Feath- 
ers Cleaned. D\ ed and Curled. 



Paris Millinery 

MRS. S. MISH, 

70*» Market St., three doors from 
Kearny, and !> and 11 Weary St. 

Larjjre Stoik of Goods Constantly on hand. 
Pattern Bonnets and Hats received every sea- 
son. Orders promptly attended to. 



MILLINERY GOODS- 
WHOLESALE. 

AdcOCk K Mrs, 10 Kearny and 

7-4S Market 
Casey M, 1003 Mission 
Goehring A, 913 Mission 

Greene Annie Mrs. 124 Sixth 

Haker \V & Hinz (VVm Haker and W 

Hinz) 545 Market 
Held Bros & Co (Bernhard Held and 

Samuel Heilhrun) 13 and 15 Sutter 

and 512 anfl 514 Market 



DYNAMITE, i^ 



or Giant Powder. The Only Reliable High 

t w«l -*— . :.._. Do n.lmnnn "M i . . 1 . , , > . .?r (,v ( "5 to •,-> . . . ■ r> 1 A , f, . , 1 o kJ I/ 1 



OSive. Bandmann, Nielsen &Co., General Agents, S. P« 



T U ..^,« M InUntv, Unnl/nr 4il-«7 Market St. Buggies, Carriages. 
IfUtnail, IShain & H00K6r, Dennett .lump Seats sol.l to the Trade. 



MIL 



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279 



Hinz & Landt (Aug Hinz and P 

Landt) 543 Market 
Simon & Selig (M Simon and M Selig) 

21 and 23 Sutter 
Toplitz F &Co (F Toplitz and M Banner) 

571 Market 



MILLS-FLOUR. 
Scott Horace H, 205 and 207 

Battery 



HORACE H. SCOTT, 

Floor aid Commissi Morckt 

205 and 207 BATTERY STREET, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



MILLWRIGHTS 

BOSS IVI P, 309 California 

BusweSI W F, 10s Main 
Eokart W R, 217 Sansome 
Hammond John, 42 Beale 
Hatch & Weston (James Hatch and C 

W Weston) 209 and 211 Mission 
White J B, 318 Pine 

MINERAL WATERS. 

Bay City Soda Water Co, C Turner, 
110 and 112 Golden Gate ave 

BethQSda. Louis Cahen & Son 
agents for the Pacific Coast, 41S Sac- 
ramento 

Bliven & Mitchell (James I Bliven and 
D C Mitchell) 29 New Montgomery 

Brown W A & Co, agts Napa Soda 
Springs, depot 159 New Montgomery 

Bruning William, propr San Francisco 
Soda Works, 733 Union 

Cahen Louis & Son (Louis 

and Isadore W Cahen) also manufact- 
urers syrups and bitters, and agents 
fur Bethesda Mineral Water, 4 IS Sac- 
ramento 

Castalian Natural Forbes & 

Plaisted, Golden Gate ave 
Etna Soda and Mineral Water Spring, 

Machin & Learned agts, depot 757^ 

Howard 
Hawver William, general agent 

Water of Life, 007 Montgomery 
Lab be Peter, agt Adams Spring Water, 

862^ Harrison 

Litton Springs Mineral 

Water CO I Moore & Hungerford) 
152 New Montgomery 
Lynch Jerry I>, 13 Stockton 



Napa Soda Springs, W A Brown & Co 
agents, depot 159 New Montgomery 

Nonpareil Soda Water Co, Samuel Ben- 
jamin propr, 719 and 721 Bryant 

Quiros I & Co (tndalecio Quiros and 
Gustave Fernandez) 1012 Market 

Somps P G, 259 and 201 Clementina 

Steimke & Seideman (Died 

run Steimke and Oscar Seideman) 
also manufacturers soda water and 
Belf.ist ginger ale, 1815 Union 
Thompson George C, 1915 Mason 
Walsh & Welch (Martin Walsh and 
Charles Welch) 1721 Market 

Walters Napa County 
Soda Company (F g- Waiters 

& F Franz) 114 Stockton 
Water Of Life, Henry Fahren- 

krug proprietor, Wm Hawver general 

agent, 007 Montgomery 
WatSOn & CO, 124 Market 

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MINING COMPANIES- 
COAL, COPPER, ETC 

(See also Coal — Wholesale.) 
Allen Chas R, agent Pittsburg Coal 

Mining Co, 118 and 120 Beale 
Bellingham Bay Coal Co, SE cor Spear 

and Folsom 
Belshaw M W, pr pr Empire Coal Mine 

and Railroad, 402 Front 
Black Diamond Coal, SE cor Spear and 

Folsom 
Cascade Coal, F J Hoswall sec, 419 Cal- 
ifornia, rm 11 
Compagnie du Boleo Copper Mining 

Co (of Baja, Cal) A Carpentier agt, 24 

Merchants' Exchange 
Kopsch A J, San Carlos Coal Mining 

Co, 604 Merchant 
Pittsburg Coal, Charles R Allen agt, 

118 and 120 Beale 
San Francisco Copper, Jeffery Cullen 

pres, R H Pond sec, 307 California 



MINING COMPANIES- 
GOLD AND SILVER. 

Accidental, J H Sayre sec, 330 Pine 

Acme IVI ill and Mining Co, 

J M Buffington secretary, 309 Cali- 
fornia 



Moretti & Trezzini, FRESCO ARTISTS, P 



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Alaska Mill and Mining Co, James 

Freeborn pres, T J Hay see, 306 Pine 
Alaska, A Judson secretary, 320 

Sansome 
Albion Consolidated, 23 Nevada Block 
Alpha Consolidated, William Willis sec, 

29 Nevada Block 
Alta Silver, W H Watson sec, 302 

Montgomery, rm 5 
Andes Silver (of Nevada) Butler Burris 

sec, 2 Nevada Block 
Anglo-Mexican Mining and Land Co, C 

A Morse sec, 217 Sausome 
Ar.^enta, E M Hall sec, 327 Pine 
Arlie, C C Harvey sec, 309 California 
Arnold Gold and Silver, A Judson sec, 

320 Sansomc 
Atlantic Consolidated, David Wilder 

sec, 328 Montgomery, rm 21 

Aultman Mill and Mining, 

J M Buffington secretary, 399 Cal- 
ifornia 
Badger Hill and Cherokee, Henry 

Pichoir sec, 320 Sansome 
Baker Divide, W G Hughes sec, 330 

Pine, rms IS and 19 
Bald Mountain, Henry Pichoir treas, 

320 Sansomc 
Bechtel Consolidated, Geo W Sessions 

sec, 309 Montgomery 
Belcher Silver, John Crockett sec, 327 

Pine 
Belding Mill and Mining, R M Heath 

sec, 318 Pine 
Bella Union, A Halsey sec, 328 Mont- 
gomery 
Belle Isle, J W Pew sec, 310 Pine 
Belmont, J W Pew sec, 310 Pine, rm 15 
Benton Consolidated, W H Watson 

sec, 302 Montgomery, rm 5 
Best & Belcher, William Willis sec, 29 

Nevada Block 
Bismark, A K Durbrow sec, 69 Nevada 

Block 
Black Bear Quartz, Wm Letts Oliver 

sec, 230 California 
Blue Buflf (havel Co, J Stadtfeld sec, 

419 California 
Bodie Consolidated, Geo W Sessions 

sec, 62 Nevada Block 
Bodie Tunnel and Mining, C C Harvey 

sec, 309 California 
Booker Consolidated, G W Sessions sec, 

309 Montgomery, rm 62 
Booth Gold, Geo R Spinney sec, 310 

Pine 
Boston Consolidated, F E Luty see, 330 

Pine 
Bullion, J M Brazell sec, 328 Montgom- 
ery, rm 8 
Bulwer, William Willis sec, 29 Nevada 

Block 
Caborca (Sonora, Mexico) Wm J 
Taylor secretary, 220 Sansome, rm 1 



Caledonia Gold, VV L, Oliver sec, 328 
Montgomery, rm 13 

Caledonia Silver, W W Stetson pres, 
A S Groth sec, 414 California 

Central, F E Dietz sec, 327 Pine, rm 8 

Challenge Consolidated, CL McCoy sec, 
329 Pine 

Champion of California (Bodie) Butler 
Burris sec, 2 Nevada Block 

Chicago Phoenix, Daniel Buck sec, 81 
Nevada Block 

Chollar, O E Elliot sec, 79 Nevada 
Block 

Christy, Geo R Spinney sec, 310 Pine 

Clara Consolidated Gold, W L Oliver 
sec, 328 Montgomery, rm 13 

Columbus Consolidated Mill and Min- 
ing, J M Buffi. igton sec, 309 California 

Compromise Gold, Daniel Buck sec, 81 
Nevada Block 

Concordia, Win J Taylor *ec, 227 San- 
some 

Confidence Silver, R F Morrow pres, A 
S Groth sec, 414 California 

Consolidated California and Virginia, 
A VV Havens sec, 23 Nevada Block 

Consolidated Imperial, C L McCoy sec, 
329 Pine, rm 3 

Consolidated Pacific, F E Luty sec, 330 
Pine 

Consolidated Reforma 
Lead and Silver, J Schreiber 

president, 331 Montgomery, rms 36 

and 37 
Consolidated State Range Gold and 

Silver, 44 Nevada Block 
Consolidated Wyoming, J M Buffington 

sec, 309 California 
Contention Consolidated, DC Bates sec, 

79 Nevada. Block ' 
Cosmopolitan (of Nevada) Butler Burris 

sec, 2 Nevada Block 
Crocker (of Arizona) A Waterman sec, 

25 and 26 Nevada Block 
Crown Point Gold and Silver, James 

Newlands sec, 329 Pine, rm 3 
Crown Point Extension, Ceo R Spinney 

sec, 310 Pine 
Crown Point Ravine, J M Buffington 

sec, 309 California 
Cueva Santa Gold and Silver, W L 

Oliver sec, 328 Montgomery, rm 13 
Dardanelles Consolidated Gravel, W L 

Oliver sec, 328 Montgomery 
Day Silver, E M Hall sec, 327 Pine 
Dead Horse, C T Bridge sec, 224 Cali- 
fornia 
Defiance Gold, G W Sessions sec, 309 

Montgomery, rm 62 
Derbec Blue Gravel, Theodore Wetzel 

sec, 5^2 Montgomery 
Duncan Diville, D M Kent sec, 330 

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Edinburg (of Arizona) J H Sayre sec, 
330 Pine, rm 36 

Emma Gold and Silver, F E Dietz sec, 
327 Pine, rm 8 

Equator, W lliam Willis sec, 29 Nevada 
Block 

Eureka Consolidated, William Fries 
pres, Edward H Wilson sec, 328 Mont- 
gomery, rm 6 

Excelsior Water aud Mining, W J Stew- 
art sec, 215 Sansome 

Exchequer, C E Elliot sec, 79 Nevada 
Block 

Franklin, W -H Watson sec, 302 Mont- 
gomery, rm 5 

General Jackson, R W Heath sec, 318 
Pine, rm 17 

Glencoe Consolidated, J H Gillespy sec, 
123 California 

Golconda Gold, J M Buffington sec, 309 
California 

Goodshaw, C C Harvey sec, 309 Cal 

Gould and Curry Silver, A K Durbrow 
sec, 69 Nevada Block 

Gover Mining and Milling, Jonas Call 
pres, Mark T Ashby sec, 402 Front 

Grand Central South, R F Morrow pres, 
Geo D Edward-s sec, 414 California 

Grand Prize, E M Hall sec, 327 Pine 

Great Western Quicksilver, A Halsey 
sec, 328 Montgomery 

Hale & Norcross Silver, Joel F Lightner 
sec, 58 Nevada Block 

Happy Valley B G and H, D M Kent 
sec, 330 Pine, rms IS and 19 

Hastings Consolidated Gold and Silver, 
C H Mann sec, cor Sutter and Mont- 
gomery 

Head Centre Consolidated, J W Pew 
sec, 310 Pine, rm 15 

Head Centre and Tranquillity, J W Pew 
sec, 310 Pine, rm 15 

Holmes, C T Bridge sec, 224 California 

Humboldt Hill Mill and Mining, Jacob 
Stadtfeld Jr sec, 119 California 

Independence, J W Pew sec, 310 Pine 

Indian Chief Cold and 

Silver. J M Buffington secretary, 
309 California 

Ithaca Consolidated Gold and Silver 
Mill and Mining, Phelan Building, 
806 Market 

Julia Consolidated, Jacob Stadtfeld Jr 
sec, 419 California 

•Tustice, R E Kelly sec, 419 California 

Kentuck, J W Pew sec, 310 Pine 

Keyes, Jacob Stadtfeld Jr sec, 419 Cal- 
ifornia 

Lady Washington Consolidated, W H 
Watson sec, 302 Montgomery, rm5 

La Grange Ditch and Hydraulic, A 
Halsey sec, 328 Montgomery 

Little Giant, C C Harvey sec, 309 Cali- 
fornia 



Loreto Mill and Mining, C T Bridge sec, 
224 California 

Lost River Mining and Smelting, J W 
Pew sec, 310 Pine, rm 15 

Lucky Hill, F D Black sec, 27 Ellis 

Lynch H H, pres Prospecting and Min- 
ing Co, 323 Sansome 

MacKay and Revolution, C C Harvey 
sec, 309 California 

Malone's Consolidated, E M Hall sec, 
327 Pine 

Mammoth Bar Gold, J W Pew sec, 310 
Pine, rm 15 

Manhattan Silver, John Crockett sec, 
327 Pine, rm 8 

Martin White, J J Scoville sec, 59 Ne- 
vada Block 

Mayflower Gravel, J Morizio sec, 328 
Montgomery, rm 24 

McMillen and Little Mac, Jos Morizio 
sec, 328 Montgomery, rm 24 

Metallic, William Willis sec, 29 Nevada 
Block 

Mexican Silver, C E Elliot sec, 79 Ne- 
vada Block 

Mono Gold, Geo W Sessions sec, 62 Ne- 
vada Block 

Mount Diablo Mill and Mining, R W 
Heath sec, 318 Pine 

Murchie, W L Oliver sec, 328 Montgom- 
ery, rm 13 

Navajo, J W Pew sec, 310 Pine, rm 15 

Nevada Land and Mining, W H Wat- 
son sec, 302 Montgomery, rm 5 

New Idria, Thos Bell pres, Geo Staacke 
sec, 305 Sansome 

New York, F E Dietz sec, 327 Pine 

Niagara Mill and Mining, William T 
Coleman pres, Charleton Coleman sec, 
121 Market 

North Belle I*le, J W Pew sec, 310 
Pine 

North Bloomfield, L L Robinson pres, 
Henry Pichoir sec, 320 Sansome 

North Star, D A Jennings sec, 401 Cali- 
fornia 

Northern Belle Mill and Mining, Will- 
iam Willis sec, 29 Nevada Block 

Northern King Mill and Mining, P J 
Flannigan sec, 318 Pine 

Occidental, A K Durbrow sec, 69 Ne- 
vada Block 

Odessa Silver, R W Heath sec, 318 
Pine, rm 17 

Omilak Gold and Silver Mining Co, 
C Robinson sec, 339 Kearny 

Oneida, H P Bush sec, 27 Merchants' 
Exchange 

Ophir Silver, E B Holmes sec, 4 Nevada 
Block 

Original Empire Mill and Mining, D A 
Jennings sec, 401 California 

Original Keystone Silver, F E Luty sec, 
330 Pine 



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Overman Silver, W W Stetson and 
Geo D Edwards, 414 California 

Papago Chief, J M Buffington 

secretary, 309 California 
Paradise Valley, W L Oliver sec, 328 

Montgomery, rm 13 
Peacock (of Arizona) J H Sayre sec, 

330 Pine, rm 36 
Peck, C T Bridge sec, 224 California 
Peer (o.f Arizona) A Waterman sec, 25 

and 26 Nevada Block 
Peerless (of Arizona) A Waterman sec, 25 

and 20 Nevada Block 
Penn ( f Arizona) J HSayresec, 330 Pine 

Pilgrim Cold and Silver, A Halsey sec, 

328 Montgomery 
Pima, C C Harvey sec, 309 California 
P5ne TreG. J M Buffington secre- 
tary, 309 California 
Pleiades Cold and Silver, W L Oliver 

sec, 328 Montgomery, rm 13 ^ 

Plumas Eureka, 320 Sansome 
Potosi, C E Elliot sec, 79 Nevada Block 
Quartz Mountain Gold, E P Hestres 

sec, 217 Sansome 
Quijotoa Savage (of Arizona) J H Sayre 

sec, 330 Pine, rm 36 
Red Hill H M and VV Co, A B Paul sec, 

32S Montgomery, rm 20 
Pveynolds Geo W, 609 Sacramento 
Rocky Bar, W H Watson sec, 302 

Montgomery, i m 5 
Rose A VV Jr, 224 California 
Ruby Gold Gravel, Thos Bell pres, H 

Pichoir sec, 320 Sansome 
Ruby Silver, 19 Merchants' Exchange 
Russell Reduction, J Morizio sec, 328 

Montgomery, rm 24 
San Bernardino Borax, D C Riddell 

pres, J N Thorne soc, Henry Krebs 

treas, 106 LeidesdorfF 

Santa Anita Mill and Min- 
ing! J M Buffington secretary, 3J9 

California 

Saratoga, C N Shaw pres, 123 Califor- 
nia, rm 21 

Savage, E B Holmes sec, 4 Nevada 
Block 

Scorpion Silver, Geo R, Spinney sec, 310 
Pine, rm 44 

Segregated Belcher, M Schmitt pres, 
Geo D Edwards sec, 414 California 

Segregated Rock Island, W H Watson 
sec, 302 Montgomery, rm 5 

Selina (of Arizona) J H Sayre sec, 330 
Pine, rm 36 

Sheba Silver, A Halsey sec, 328 Mont- 
gomery 

Sheldon N P, 320 Sansome 

Sierra But'es Gold (limited) Wm Johns 
mgr, 320 Sansome 

Sierra Nevada Silver, Edwin L Parker 
sec, 57 Nevada Block 



Silver Hill, W E Dean sec, 79 Nevada 
Block 

Silver Hill Quartz Mill, J W Pew sec, 
310 Pine, rm 15 

Sil er King, Joseph Nash sec, 328 Mont- 
gomery, rm 19 

Silver Lining, Jacob Stadtfeld Jr sec, 
419 California 

South Bodie Gold, 44 Nevada Block 

South Comstock Silver, JM 

Buffington secretary, 309 California 
South Feather Water and Union, A 

Halsey sec, 328 Montgomery 
Spring Creek Ditch and Mining, A Hal- 

sev sec, 328 Montgomery 
Springfield, C T Bridge sec, 224 Califor- 
nia 
Standard Consolidated, J W Pew sec, 

310 Pine, rm 15 
Sutro Tunnel Co, Pelham W Ames sec, 

320 Sansome 
Syndicate, Jacob Stadtfeld Jr sec, 419 

California, rm 26 
The Crystal, A K Durbrow sec, 69 

Nevada Block 
The J D Rey inert, J W Pew sec, 310 

Pine, rm 15 
Tioga Consolidated, Geo W Sessions 

sec, 62 Nevada Block 
Trinity Gold, L Wadham sec, 504 

Kearny 

Union Consolidated Silver, 

J M Buffington secretary, 309 Califor 
nia 

Union Gravel, H Pichoir sec, 320 San- 
some 

University Gold, Wm Letts Oliver sec, 
328 Montgomery, rm 13 

Utah Silver, A H Fish sec, 23 Nevada 
Block 

Vanderbilt Mill and Mining Co, J Mor- 
izio sec, 328 Montgomery 

Victoria and Imperial, VV H Watson 
sec, 302 Montgomery, rm 5 

Wai Wera Consolidated Mill and Min- 
ing Co, A K Durbrow sec, 69 Nevada 
Block 

Ward Gold and Silver, E M Hall sec, 

327 Pine 
Western Belle (Candelaria District) J H 

Sayre sec, 330 Pine, rm 36 
Western Home Consolidated, A Halsey 

sec, 328 Montgomery, rm 7 
Western Mineral Co, W L Oliver sec, 

328 Montgomery, rm 13 
White Lead, W H Watson sec, 302 

Montgomery, rm 5 

Wyoming Cold, J m Buffington 

secretary, 3U9 California 
Yellow Jacket. James Newlands sec, 

329 Pine, rm 3 
Youns America South, E M Hall sec, 

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Yuba Gravel Range, Henry Pichoir sec, 

320 Sansome 
Yuma Mill and Mining, J H Gillespy 

sec, 123 California 



MINING BUREAU 

State Mining Bureau, Wm Irelan chair- 
man, S Haclenfeldt Jr vice-chairman, 
J Z Davis, Walter E Dean, Geo 
Hearst trustees, Henry G Hanks state 
mineralogist, New Pioneer Hall, 
Fourth nr Market 

MINING COMPANIES- 
aUICKSILVER 

Monumental. D M Kent sec, 330 Pine 
New Almaden, James B Randol mgr, 

320 Sansome 
Quicksilver Mining Co (The), J B Randol 

mgr, 320 Sansome 
Redington, John H Rednigton pres, 

Phelan Building, 806 Market 



MINING OPERATORS. 

Abbott Henry, 302 Montgomery, rm 14 
Barney B A, pres Silver King Mining 

Co, 328 Montgomery, rm 19 
Bendel HER, pres Natoma Water and 

Mining Co, 313-327 Battery 
Bisbee, Williams & Co (Mrs D W F Bis- 

bee and Lewis, John J and Benjamin 

Williams) 32 Merchants' Exchange 
Bolles J H, pres Excelsior Water and 

Mining Co, 215 Sansome 
Bourn William B, 401 California 
Burling James VV, 419 California, rm 24 
Cole Thomas, 32S Montgomery, rm 8 
Colman Joseph, 314 Montgomery 
Cooper H F, 19 Montgomery 
Coye Hiram L, 32S Montgomery 
Dewey' William P, 310 Pine, rm 13 
Earl John O, 401 California 
Elbert John, 331 Montgomery, 
Fish Charles H, 23 Nevada Block 
Flannigan P J, 318 Pine, rm 10 
Fjollia R H, 25 and 26 Nevada Block 
Freeborn James, 306 Pine, rm 3 
Fries William, 328 Montgomery, rm 6 
Giffin O F, 310 Pine, rm 44 
' Ireen E, 328 Montgomery, rm 4 
Green James J, 328 Montgomery 
Grim A K, 331 Montgomery 
Haselton J C, 32S Montgomery, rm 8 
Heath Nathaniel, 2!) Second 
Holden S P, U3 Leidesdorff 
Hopkins George W, 419 California 
Hughes W G, 330 Pine, rms 18 and 19 
Irwin William, 1316 Geary 
Jewell T E, 330 Pine, rms 3 and 4 
Jolius William, 320 Sansome 



Kelley Gibson P, 328 Montgomery 
Knox Richard F, 513 California 
Landers M, 2 Nevada Block 
Leonard E W, 220 Sansome 
Lyle William S, 25 and 26 Nevada 

Block 
Martin W H & Co (W H Martin and 

JohnBallard)26 Merchants' Exchange 
Martindell D VV, 434 California 
McLaren P M, 324 Pine, rm 7 
Mootry Thomas Jr, 13 Pine 
Myers W F, 306 Pine, rm 10 
Parsons W C, 330 Pine, rms 3 and 4 
Pike F W, 426 California 
Ranlett H D, 420 Montgomery 
Raymond S A, 302 Montgomery, rm 5 
Roberts Charles, 330 Pine, rm 20 

Schreiber Jacob, president 

Consolidated Reforma Lead and Sil- 
ver Mining Co, 331 Montgomery, rms 
36 and 37 
Sessions George W, 62 Nevada Block 
Smith E Martin, 330 Pine, rms 3 and 4 
Stetson William W, 57 Nevada Block 
Sturges M D, pres Omilak Gold and Sil- 
ver Mining, Milling and Trading Co, 
339 Kearny 
Thomson Monroe, 302 Montgomery 
Tyler Charles N, 32S Montgomery, rm S 
Tyler Samuel, 3^S Montgomery, rm 8 
Walker George B, 318 Pine, rm 17 
Wand Thomas N, Montgomery Block 
Wilson John D, 331 Montgomery 



MINING SECRETARIES 

Bates D C, 79 Nevada Block. 

Black F D, sec Lucky Hill Mining Co, 

27 Ellis 
Brazell J M, 32S Montgomery, rin S 
Bridge C T, 221 California 
Buck Daniel, 81 Nevada Block 
BllffingtOn J M, 309 California 
Bunker Fred R, 628 Montgomery, rm 37 
Burris Butler, 2 Nevada Block 
Bush Hyman P, 27 Merchants' Ex 
Crockett John, 327 Pine 
Dean W E, 79 Nevada Block 
Dietz F E, see New York Mining Co, 

327 Pine 
Durbrow Alfred K, 69 Nevada Block 
Elliot C E, 79 Nevada Block 
Flannigan P J, 318 Pine 
Half E M, 327 Pine, rm 20 
Halsey Abraham, 328 Montgomery 
Harvey Charles C, 309 California 
Havens A W, 30U Montgomery, rm 23 
Hay T J, 306 Pine, rm 3 
Heath R W, 318 Pine, rm 17 
Hestres Emile P, 217 Sansome 
Holmes E B, 4 Nevada Block 
Jennings David A, 401 California 
JudSO!l A, 320 Sansome 
Kelly R E, 419 California, rms 1 and 2 



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Kent D M, 330 Pine, rms 18 and 19 
Lightner Joel F, 58 Nevada Block 
Luty Frederick E, 330 Pine 
Mason C H, sec North Gould and Curry 

Mining Co, 331 Montgomery, rm 18 
MeGrew A F, sec Public Produce and 

Mining Exchange, 411^ California 
Morizio Joseph, 328 Montgomery, rm24 
Morse C A, 217 Sansome 
Newlands James, sec Crown Point Gold 

and Silver Mining Co, 329 Pine, rm 3 
Oliver Wm Letts, 328 Montgomery 
Parker Edwin L, 57 Nevada Block 
Pew J W, 310 Pine, rm 15 
Pichoir Henry, 320 Sansome 
Ressayre V, 331 Montgomery 
Roberson Joseph S, 320 Sansome 
Sayre J fl, 330 Pine, rms 35 and 36 
Scoville John J, 59 Nevada Block 
Skidmore W A, 320 Sansome 
Spinney George R, 310 Pine 
Stadtfeld Jacob .)r, 419 California 
Stewart W J, sec Excelsior Water and 

Mining Co, 215 Sansome 
Taylor William J, 220 Sansome 
Wadham L, sec Trinity Gold Mining 

Co and Veterans' Home of California. 

504 Kearny 
Waterman Augustus, sec Peer, Peerless 

and Crocker Mining Co, 25 and 26 

Nevada Block 
Watson William H, 302 Montgomery 
Wegener Richard, 414 California 
Wetzel Theodore, sec Derbec Blue 

Gravel Mining Co, 522 Montgomery 
Wilder David, 328 Montgomery, rm 21 
Willis William, 29 Nevada Block 
Wilison Edward H, sec Eureka Consol- 
idated Mining Co, 328 Montgomery 



MINING SUPPLIES 

(See Mill and Mining Supplies. ) 

MIRRORS 

Cohen Herman, 19 Dupont 
Farey J & Co, 121 Washington 
Gump S & C> 581 and 583 Market 
Hauser H, 122 Montgomery ave 

Kelly James R & Co, 221 and 223 

Market 
Lippi Bros, 749 Market 
Liiudy Thomas, 7 and 9 Third 
Nathan B & Co, 130 Sutter 

Rosenbaum Fr H & Co, 567 

Market 
Sanborn, Vail & Co (A H Vail) S57-S61 

Market 
StrailS J & CO, NE cor Battery 

and Pine 
Sullivan & Ravekes (C D Sullivan and 

D Ravekes) 1 12 and 1 14 California 
Whittier, Fuller & Co, 21 and 23 Front 



MODEL MAKERS. 
California Electrical 

Works, 35 Market 

Electrical Supply Com- 
pany, 328 Bush 

Hampton Ovaries W, 607 Mission 

Heald I A, 111 and 113 First 

Klein John M & CO, 720 Mont- 
gomery 

Petersen L 258 Market 

Schoenstein F B, 51 1 Fulton 
Thede Chris H, 126 Eddy 



MONEY BROKERS. 

(See Brokers.) 



MONUMENTS- 

Campbell W H (granite) 
Front 

Lin forth James, 116 Front 

Roth M. 434 Valencia 
Seregni F, 24 Post 

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Antisell Piano Co, t m Anti 

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Bancroft A L & Co, 72 1 Market 

Dayle Michael J, 140 Ninth 
Eaton ChaS S 735 Market 
Fay FtO&t, 1729 Mission 
Frey & Vizard, 107 Post 
Gray Mathias, 206 Post 

Hagans Ceo W, 535 Clay 

Hajek John, 530 Jones 

HazeltOn BrOS, Chas S Eaton 

agent, 735 Market 

Hemme & Long, 735 Market 
Jaccard August, 120 Sutter 

Joseph S A, 126 Kearny 
Juillerat August, 601 California 
Keene Charles C, 3 Third 

Kohler & Chase (Q A Chase) 

137 and 139 Post 
Lubbe Theodore, 837 Mission 
MauvaiS ZenO, agent for Decker 

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Wendell, 749 Market 
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MojicaD, 1027 Kearny 

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Paillard M J, 601 California 

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Sherman, Clay & Co, cor Market and 

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ITALIAN MUSICAL INSTITUTE 

OF SAN FRANCISCO. 
LESSONS IN SINGING & PIANO 

BY 

SIGNOR D. SPERANZA, 

Conductor of the Operatic Oichestia, 
104 Kearny Street, S. F. 



MUSTARD MANUFACT 
URERS 

BlirrCC&Co(CC Burr) factory 

2111 Stockton, office 13 Pine 
Clapp & JeSSUp, 51 Fremont 
Fisher Packing Co (J H Fisher Sr and 
J H Fisher Jr) 50J-517 Commercial 

Chirardelli & Sons U>, D Jr, J 

and L) 415 and 417 Jackson 

Hudson H C & Co (H c Hud 

son) 10 Stevenson 
Kindler & Co (A Kindler and A Blaich) 

5S9 and 591 Mission 
McCarthy Bros & Co, 119 Front 
Pacific Mustard Mills, Koster & Zwick, 

323 Front 



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C. BURR & CO., 13 Pine Street. Manu- 
facturers of Mustard and Mustard Oil. 

Factory 2 111 Stockton Street. 



NAMES AND BUSINESS 
ADDRESSES 

RobertSOn J D (publisher) names 
aud addresses ready printed or writ- 
ten to order for any place on Pacific 
Coast, 529 Clay 



AND 



NATIVE WINES 
BRANDIES 

Dreyfus B & Co (B Dreyfus, E L Gold- 
stein, J and Ed Trowenfeld and John 
J Weglein) 15 Front and 630-642 
Brannan 
Finke's Widow A, 809 Montgomery 
Fetz Joseph, 107 Third 
Gund!a*m J & Co (J Gundlach and C 
Bundschu) SEcor Second and Market 
Haraszthy Arpa I &Co, 530 Washington 

Kittelberger Charles, me cor 

Market and Powell 

Kohler & Frohling (Chas 

Kohler) 626 Montgomery and SE cor 
Sutter and Dupont 
Kohler & Van Bergen, 417 and 419 
Montgomery 



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Crescent City, 



JKor «'r<'seeiit<'ity. 
314 Spear St., S.F. 



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Lachman S & Co, 409 Market and 449- 
461 Braunan 

Lachman & Jacobi, 19 First 

Lancel & Sons (Ansehne, Leon and Eu- 
gene) 313 O'Farrell 

Mac A bee, agent E J Baldwins, 27 
Ellis 

Malatesta L, 311 and 313 Pacific 

Palmer H & Co ( tl Palmer and M Good- 
kind) 435 California 

Putzman F H & Co (F H Putzman) NE 
cor Montgomery and Pine 

Qiiitzow V H, 9(39 Mission 

Snni P & G (Pietro and Giuseppe) 429 
G reen 

Walter, Schilling & Co (F 

Walter, C Schilling and F D Stadt- 
muller) NW cor Pine and Battery 



NATURALISTS 

Blunt Wm G, S13 Market 
Dunn Geo W, 629 Washington 

Lorquin Ernest F, 4io Keamy, 

rm 6, and 1005 Market 



NAUTICAL INSTRU- 
MENTS. 

Lietz A ^.Co 329 Sansome 



NECKTIES-MANUFACT 
URERS 

Heineman H M, 35 Sutter 
Makins J N, 506 Market 



NEWS AGENTS 

Blake Sumner C (estate of) 503 Kearny 

and 613 Montgomery 
Calischer H, Baldwin Hotel 
Corden T J, 525 Fourth 
Foster Chas, Oakland Ferry Depot, 

foot of Market 
Macowsky Bros, NE cor Market and 

Montgomery 
Meyer Claus, 1 Sixth 
San Francisco News Co, E Bauer mgr, 

210 Post 
Vogel & Hahn (Alfred Vogel and 

Hugo Hahn) also importers, 20 

Stockton and 423 Washington 
Ziegler Anthony J, SE cor Washington 

and Sansome 



NEWSPAPERS, PERIOD- 
ICALS, ETC 

ABC Travelers' Guide, Bishop & 
Cucuel publishers, 521 Clay 



Abend POSt (dailyand weekly) S F 
Abend Post Publishing Co publishers, 
535 California 

Alt a California (daily and 
weekly) J f Irish editor, W F Wake- 
man business manager, 529 Califor- 
nia 

Argonaut (The) (weekly) Argonaut 
Publishing Co editors and proprietors, 
213 Dupout 

A VOZ Portllglieza (Portuguese 
weekly) Mauoel Stone proprietor, 
529^ Washington 

Breeder and Sportsman, J C Simpson 
editor, 5(JS Montgomery 

Brevities, 51S .Sacramento 

California Architect and Building News, 
J E Wolfe propr and editor, 240 
Montgomery 

California Cackler (monthly, poultry 
magazine) J D Robertson Publishing 
Co, 529 Clay 

California Christian Advocate, John B 
Hill agt, 1041 Market 

California Colonist and Land Owner, 
L Abenheim editor, 532 Clay 

California Demokrat (Ger- 
man daily) Frederiek Hess & Co, 
409-413 Bush 

California Farmer, Col War- 
ren proprietor, 1(J04 Howard 

California Journal (weekly) California 
Journal Publishing Co publishers, 535 
California 

California Maverick, F W Kinne bus- 
iness mgr, Wm H Marshall editor, 429 
Montgomery 

California Patron and Ag- 
riculturist (weekly) Julius Ches- 
ter editor and manager, 40 California 

California Philatelist (The) E F Gambs 
publisher, 234 Montgomery 

California Spirit of the 

Times, Marcus D Boruck editor 
and proprietor, 621 Sansome 

California Staats Zeitung, 

Frederick Hess & Co publishers, 409 
Bush 

City Argus (weekly) R E Culbreth pub- 
lisher and propr, 526 Kearny 

Coast Review, J G Edwards propr, E H 
Bacon editor, 320 Sansome 

Cosmopolitan Plaindealer 

(monthly) 423 Washington 

Courrier DeSan Francisco, 

E Derbec editor and proprietor, 536 

Clay 
Commercial News and Shipping List, 

Morris U Bates & Co publishers and 

proprs, 415 Montgomery 
Cricket (daily theatrical journal) 

Clapp & Wilcox proprietors, 410 

Kearny 



Judson Powder Improved 



For RAILROAD and BANK Blasting. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agts., S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



L21-U17 Market Street. Hay, Hi«lc, Mop. Rag, 
Wool, and Orchilla PRKNSRs. 



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San Francisco. 



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287 



Daily Examiner (daily and 

weekly) Examiner Publishing Co 
proprietors, 10 Montgomery 

Daily Shipping and Hotel 

WOWS. Jay Federlein proprietor, 

5^8 Sacramento 
Dental JairilS, William Oscar 

Thrailkill editor and proprietor, 

1049| Market , 
El Cronista _ (Spanish weekly) 

Manoel Stone & Co proprietors, 529 g 

Washington 
Elevator (The) (weekly) J B Wilson 

manager, 6:2*2 Clay 

Evening Bulletin (daily and 

weekly) S F Bulletin Co proprietors, 

622 Montgomery 
Evening Post (daily and weekly) 

Post Publishing Co proprietors, NE 

cor Montgomery and Sacramento 
Figaro (daily) J P Bogardus propr, 532 

Merchant 
Foot light (The) (dramatic weekly) 

J D Robertson, 529 Clay 
Fraternal Record (monthly) Fraternal 

Publishing Co, 252 Market 
Golden Era (monthly) Herr Wagner 

propr, 712 Montgomery 
Golden Gate (weekly) J J Owen editor, 

21 Montgomery ave 

Grocer and Country Mer- 
chant (The) (weekly) Bnggs & 
Harrington proprietors, 123 Califor- 
nia, rm 33 

Guide (The) (daily except Sunday) 
Guide Publishing Co proprs, 521 
Clay 

Heald's College Journal, E P Heahl 
pres, C S Haley sec, 24 Post 

Hebrew (The) Philo Jacoby editor and 
propr, 612 Commercial 

Hebrew Observer, Wm Saalburg propr, 
622 Clay 

Herald of Trade, Benjamin F 

Jacobs proprietor, 533 Sacramento 

Hotel Gazette (daily) William P 

Harrison editor and proprietor, 420 
Kearny 

Ingleside (The) (weekly) Tngleside Pub- 
lishing Co publishers, 712Montgomery 

InelewOOd (The) S H Morse, 126 
& Fifth 

Jewish Almanac, Wm Saalburg pub- 
lisher and propr, 622 Clay 

Jewish Progress, Abraham Seeligsohn 
editor and propr, 608 Sacramento 

Jewish Times, E Katz propr, 509 Mont- 
gomery 

Ladies' Home Journal (The) (monthly) 
H S Spalding editor and publisher, 
532 Clay 

La Republica, A G Packard & Co pub- 
lishers, 734 Montgomery 



La Sociedad (Spanish weekly) Frederico 

Eps >n propr, 502 Washington 
La Voce Del PopolO (weekly) 

G B Cevasco proprietor, 535 Wash- 
ington 
L'Elvezia (Swiss weekly) George F 

Cavalli editor and proprietor, 14^ 

Montgomery ave 
Manufacturer and Inventor Publishing 

Co, F Bates mgr, 713 Broadway 
Masonic Record (monthly) Fraternal 

Publishing Co, 252 Market 
Millman and Mechanic (monthly) Dewey 

& Co publishers, 252 Market 
Mining and Scientific Press (weekly) 

Dewey & Co publishers, 252 Market 
Mining and Scientific Press (monthly) 

Dewey & Co publishers, 252 Mark'tt 

Mission Journal. Hoilis & 

Hays publishers, 2222 Mission 
Monitor (The) S J McCormick editor 

and mgr, 636 Clay 
Musical News, Sherman Clay & Co, 

139 Kearny 
New Age (weekly) W F Norcross propr, 

420 Kearny 
Occident (The) Rev C Shearer editor, 

757 Market 
Occidental (The) (Chinese 

weekh ) Horn, Hong & Co publishers, 

731 Washington 

Occidental PublishingCo, 

F Person manager, 120 Sutter 
O'Progresso Califoruiense, 525 Front 
Our College Leger, G B Bar- 
nard publisher, 46 O'Farrell 
Our Star (temperauce weekly) 
George T Bruce publi her, 532 Clay 
Overland Monthly, Chas H Shinn mgr, 

Miss M W Shinn editor, 120 Sutter 
Pacific (The) (C mgreg itional weekly) 
Pacific Publishing Co proprs, 7 
Montgomery axe, rm 23 

Pacific Business College 

Review, W EChamberlin and T 

A Robins on proprietors, 320 Po<t 

Pacific Catholic Publish- 
ing CO. W D S Harriiigton man- 
ager, ?23 Kearny 

Pacific Churchman (Episcopal) Wm H 
H Tobey mgr, 605 Montg unery 

Pacific Coast Business 

Directory, L M McKenney & Co, 
606 Montgomery, rm 16 

Pacific Coast Hotel Reg 

ISter CO> Charles D Hines agent, 

508 Montgomery 
Pacific Coast Postal Index, L P Mc- 

Carty publisher, 706 California 
Pacific Herald of Holiness, Geo Newton 

editor, 607 California 
Pacific Methodist (The) (weekly) Wick 

B Parsons editor, 712 Montgomery 



M0RETTI & TEEZZINI, Fresco Painters, fifiSk. 



WALNUT, MAPLE CHERRY. 



John Wigmore; Office, 133 Spear St. 
\Tar.is 129-147 Spear; 58tf-«» Howard. 




Pacific Pilote, F G Gerhard publisher, 
36 Thirteenth 

Pacific Rural Press (weekly) Dewey & 
Co publishers, 252 Market 

I 'acifio States Watchman (semi-monthly) 
Watchman Publishing Co, 252 Market 

Pacific Trade Juurnal (The) J D Robert- 
sou, 529 Clay 

Patriot (The) Kev George Morris editor 
and propr, Silver Star House, NE 
cor Sansome and Pacific 

Petit Journal, Chaigneau, Labadie & 
Bretonnel proprs, Ed L Labadie mgr, 
4 Sutter 

Political Record, Donald Bruce busi- 
ness mgr, 618 Sacramento 

Printers' Guide (monthly) Painter & Co 
proprs and publishers, 510 Clay 

Railroad Gazetteer, B F Giddings mgr, 
H S Crocker & Co publishers, 219 
Bush 

Resources of California, J 

P H Weutworth, 320 Sansome 

San Franciscan Hhe) (weekly) 

Win P Harrisou editor and proprietor, 
420 Kearny 

San Francisco Call (daily and 

weekly) San Francisco Call Co pub- 
lishers, 525 Montgomery, editorial 
jms 517 Clay, branch office 710 Market 

San Francisco chronicle 

(daily and weekly) M H De Young 
proprietor, NE cor Bush and Kearny 

San Francisco Dally Re- 
port (evening) Bunker & Hiester 
proprietors, 238 Montgomery 

San F"rancisco Journal of 

Commerce^ W H Murray secre- 
tary and manager, 536 Clay 
San Francisco Law Juurnal (daily) 
Stockwell & Co publishers, 320 San- 
some 

San Francisco Merchant 

(The) Charles R Buckland and S L 
Lawson publishers, 323 Front 
San Francisco Music and Drama, John 
F Thrum editor, Ed H Benjamin mgr, 
535 Clay 

San Francisco News Let- 
ter and California Adver- 
tiser, * Marriott & Son proprietors, 
609 Merchant 

San Francisco Prices Current, E R 
Painter publisher and propr, 123 Cali- 
fornia 

San Francisco Real Estate Circular, 
Trios Magee publisher and propr, 20 
Montgomery 

San Francisco Vindicator (weekly) 
Ja-nes E Brown editor and propr, 40.) 
Montgomery 

Scientific Califprnian, Will 

iam Oscar Thrailkill editor and 
proprietor, 1049$ Market 



Shippers' Guide and Ex- 
press Directory, 606 Mont- 
gomery 

Statistician (annual) L P McCarty pub- 
lisher, 706 California 

Wasp (illustrated weekly) 538 Califor- 
nia 

Weekly Commercial News and Ship- 
ping List, Morris U Bates & Co pub- 
lishers aud proprs, 415 Montgomery 

Weekly Star, James H Barry, 429 
Montgomery' 

West End. (The) (weekly) S B 
Carleton proprietor, 1501 Pine 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Blood J H, 304 Montgomery 
Chattin Edward, 442 California 
Coffee Andrew J, 507 California 
Craig L.e D, 316 Montgomery 
Enquist Alfred A, 436 Montgomery 
Fugazi J F, also agent Atlantic 
Steamship lines, 5 Montgomery ave 
Ham ill John E, also secretary 
Combination Kailroad Car Axle Co, 
329 Montgomery 
Harris Lewis B, 326 Pine 
Hasback Henry, 606 Merchant 
Higgins William L, 318 Montgomery 
J O i C e E V, 6 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
King James L, also commissioner 

of deeds, 308 California 
Kingwell Joseph F, 422 Montgomery 
Knox George T, 444 California 
Levy Eugene W, 604 Merchant 
Lyons John F, 413 Montgomery 
MaSOn JameS, 6 Merchants' Ex- 
change 
McClellan W B, 19 Montgomery 

ftflcElroy Robert D, rm 4 

Phelan Block 
McGill Henry M, 22 Montgomery 
Meininger L, 306 Montgomery 
Mosebach F C, 331 Montgomery, rm 36 
Murfey Samuel S, 607 Montgomery 
Smith Holland, 307 Montgomery 
Sonntag L, 114 and 116 Market 
Stanley Charles T, 513 Montgomery 
Sullivan P J, 121 Post 
Tharp E H, 233 Montgomery 
Turk Frank, 42S Montgomery 
Wegener F O, 404 Montgomery 
Wheat Charles D, also commis- 
sioner of deeds, 501 California 



NOVELTIES AND NO- 
TIONS- 

(See Varieties.) 



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VAX WIIVKLR A CO, 
413-415 Market St- 



\Wl STEEL & HEAVY HARDWARE 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



i»arl£enss Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers to Per- 
fection. Sold by all Druggists and Barbers. 



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San Francisco. 



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NOVELTY COMPANY 

Golden Gate Novelty and 
Manufacturing Co, H H 

Matthay & Co proprietors, 1055 Mar- 
ket 



GOLDEN GATE 

Novelty and Manufacturing Co. 

1055 Market St., 8. F. 
Commission Merchants. 

Agents for Home and Eastern Manufactures. 
Novelties, Tricks, Patent Medicines and Useful 
Inventions. H. H. MATTHAY & CO. 



NURSERIES 

(See Florists and Nurseries.) 



NURSES. 

Green J, 340 Turk 
Heino J, 1040* Howard 

Lawton William, 120 Post 



NUT MANUFACTURERS 

(See Bolt Manufacturers. ) 



OAKUM 

Weeks Samuel F, propr Pacific Oakum 
Factory, cor Eighteenth and Harrison 



OATMEAL MILLS 

Caledonian, Henry Coubrough & 
Co proprietors, 713-719 Sansome 



OCULISTS AND AURISTS 

Cornwall F, 120 Post 
Fearer H, 16 Geary 

French & Peterson (H c 

French and A C Peterson) 319 Geary 

Green F P, 202 Stockton 

MOUSer B T, 200 Post 

O'Toole M C, 6 Eddy 

Pardee E H & George C, 526 Montgom- 
ery 

Paugh W J, NE cor Clay and 
Kearny, entrance 640 Clay 

Peterson A C, 319 Geary 

Posey A C, 37 Post 

Powers & Wilder (G H Powers and A 
M Wilder) 215 Geary 

Trenkle E, 318 Kearny 

Voorhies A H, 22 Geary 

Whittell A P, 906 Market 



OFFICERS-CITY AND 
COUNTY. 

Mayor, Washington Bartlett, New City 

Hal] 
Supervisors, office New City Hall 

First Ward, Justin Gates 

Second " Robert Roy 

Thiid " J E Kunkler 

Fourth " J E Abbott 

Fifth " W B Farwell 

Sixth " E B Pond 

Seventh " James Williamson 

Eighth " D L Farnsworth 

Ninth " Albert Heyer 

Tenth " James Gilleran 

Eleventh" D McMillan 

Twelfth " SamValleau 
Chief of Police, Patrick Crowley, Old 

City Hall 
County Clerk, James J Flynn, New 

City Hall 
Sheriff, Peter Hopkins, Old City Hall 
Recorder, D M Cashin, New City Hall 
Auditor, Fleet F Strother, New City 

Hall 
Treasurer, John A Bauer, New 

City Hall 
Assessor, Louis F Holtz, New City Hall 
Tax Collector, L Wadham, New 

City Hall 
License Collector, M C Conroy, New 

City Hall 
Registrar of Voters, P F Walsh, New 

City Hall 
Surveyor, Charles S Tilton, New City 

Hall 
Street Superintendent, C S Rugglea, 

New City Hall 
Coroner, C C O'Donnell, 6-12 Dun- 
bar alley 
Public Administrator, P A Roach, 

318 Pine 
City Physician, Charles Black, 514 

Kearny 
Poundkeeper, Jos Franklin, California 

bet Walnut and Laurel 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph, 

John Curran supt, Brannan place nr 

Clay 
Health Department, J L Meares 

health officer, New City Hall 
Almshouse, M J Keating supt, Mis- 
sion Ocean House road 
City and County Hospital, M J Bo- 

lan physician, Potrero ave bet Sierra 

and Nevada 
Small-pox Hospital, W T Bell physi- 
cian, cor Colusa and DeHaro 
Industrial School, M A Smith supt, 

Old San Jose road 
House of Correction, John Sedgwick 

supt, San Jose road nr Industrial 

School 



BARNARD'S 



BdSIVKSS COLLEGE 
46 O'FAfiBELL ST., 8. F. 



SEND FOR CIRCULARS 



NICOLL THE TAILOR, 



81« Market St., S. F. (Send for Saihples Of Slew 
Croods and Self-measurement Rules— Sent Free. 



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OIL 



Superintendent Public Schools, A J 

Moulder, New City Hall 
Judge Polick Court, Hale Eix, Old 

City Hall 
Judge Police Court No 2, James Law- 

ler, Old City Hall 
District Attorney, J N E Wilson, Old 

City Hall 
City and County Attorney, New City 

Hall 
Judges Superior Court 

Lawler F W Hon, chambers 2d floor, 

department 8, New City Hall 
Sullivan Jer F Hon, chambers 2d 

floor, department 2 ( New City Hall 
Wilson T K Hon, chambers depart- 
ment 1, Old and New City Hall 
Maguire J G Hon, chambers 2d floor, 

department 4, New City Hall 
Coffey J V Hon, chambers 2d floor, 

department 9, New City Hall 
Edmonds M A Hon, chambers 2d 

floor, department 6, New City Hall 
Hunt John Hon, chambers 3d floor, 

department 5, New City Hall 
Finn John F Hon, chambers 2d floor, 

department 3, New City Hall 
Rearden T H Hon, chambers 3d floor, 

department 7, New City Hall 
Levy Walter H Hon, chambers 2d 

floor, department 10, New City Hall 
Toohy D J Hon, chambers 2d floor, 

department 11, Old City Hall 
Murphy D J Hon, chambers 2d floor, 

department 12, Old City Hall 
City Hall Commissioners, Washing- 
ton Bartlett, J L Love, and F F 
Strother, New City Hall 
Justices of the Peace, office Old City 
Hall: E Burke presiding justice, Jas 
C Pennie, W B Smith, H J Stafford, 
C F Wood 
Board of Education, office New City 
Hall: Ira G Hoitt president, C W 
Beach, J H Culver, C T Deane, A C 
Dithmar, J F English, G J Hobe, 
Thomas O'Brien, Edward Pollitz, D 
Stern, George T Shaw, J P H Went- 
worth 



OIL CLOTHING 

Marks Marcus, 52 Clay 
Sutton Chas Jr & Co (Chas Sutton Jr) 
32 California 

OIL DEALERS 

(See also Paints, Oils, and Glass.) 

Alexander C M, 20 California 

Allyne & White (John WAllyne 
and William H White) also proprie- 
tors Pacific Oil Works, 112 and 114 
Front 



American Oil Co. Josiah o 

Low secretary, 17 and 19 Main 

Arctic Oil Works, J N Knowles mgr, 
Edwin L Griffith sec, 28 California 

Blackman A & Co (A Blackman and A 
Nathan) 517 Front 

Boston Oil Package Co (G IRaychester) 
955 Folsom 

California Oil Refining Co (J Klewish) 
105 Sacramento 

California Oil Works (J F Haycock and 
D E Cotton) NW cor Folsom and 
Main 

California Star Oil Works Co, D G Sco- 
field pres, E Wheaton sec, 123 Cal- 
ifornia, rm 1 

Hopper, Church & CO (Har- 
rison Hopper and W L Church) also 
agents carboline, cylinder and lubri- 
cating oil, 230 Montgomery 

Joyce Frederick B, 208 Berry 

Kittle & Co> proprietors Pacific 
Oil and Lead Works, King bet Second 
and Third, office 202 California 

Loftus Bros & Rich (John and E C Lof- 
tus and Oba Rich) 7 Spear 

LOW J O. secretary American Oil 
Co, 104 and 106 Market and 3 and 5 
California 

MOOre A S> president American 
Oil Co, 104 and 106 Market and 3 and 
5 California 

Nelson S P & Co, 10 Commercial 

New York Refining Co, Ed. 

ward B Read agent, 16 First 

Pacific Coast Oil Co, Geo 

Loomis president, D G Scofield vice- 
president, E Wheaton secretary, 123 
California, rm 1 

Pacific Oil and Lead 

Works, Kittle & Co proprietors, 
King bet Second and Third, office 202 
California 
Pacific Oil Works, Allyne & 
White proprietors, 112 and 114 
Front 

Read Edward B, agent New 

York Refining Co's oils, 16 First 

San Francisco Oil Works, 1 Mission 
and 930-9 36 Brannan 

San Francisco Petroleum Co, E Whea- 
ton sec, 123 California, rm 1 

Santa Clara Petroleum C«, E Wheaton 
sec, 123 California, rm 1 

Smith J T & Co, 10 Commercial 

Standard Oil Company, E A Tilford 
pres, warehouse cor King and Fifth, 
office 123 California, rm 13 

Standard Oil Co of California, E Whea- 
ton sec, 123 California, rm 1 

YateS & CO (Chas M Yates and F 
and W Shingleberger) also wholesale 
paints, 113 Front 



DYNAMITE, tSj& 



unt Powder. 

OSive. Baud maun, Nielsen & Co., General Agents, 



The Oniy^ Reliable^ High 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



4«l-427 Market St. Bugffies, Carriages. 
Bennett Jump Seals sold to the Trade. 



OIL 



San Francisco. 



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OIL STOVES 

Frost James W & Co, 12 Montgomery 
Howse H L, 14 Montgomery ave 
Myers John F & Co (John F Myers and 
Albert G Shehan) 8&3 Market 

Myers. Osborn & Co, a i 

Hall & Son agents, 530 Market 
Wiester & Co, 17 New Montgomery 



OPTICIANS AND OPTI 
CAL GOODS 

Bertelmg L A, 427 Kearny 
Edwards & Co, R M Edwards mgr, 624 

Montgomery 
HeSS Charles, 519 Kearny 
H i rSCh H, also importer, 320 Kearny 

Kahn Henry & Co (Henry Kahn 

and Wm Kaiser) 212 Kearny 

Manasse N", .211 Kearny 

Muller Christian, also mathe- 
matical and surveying instruments, 
135 Montgomery 

Nordman Bros, 120 Sutter 

O'Neill John, 41 Fifth 
Pulverman M, 410 Third 
Roach John, 429 Montgomery 



San Francisco Standard Optical Co 
(Joseph, Jsidor, Leon and Adolph 
Nordman) 335 Bash 



ORE CONCENTRATORS 

Daggett Ore Sampling Co, J H Gillespy 
sec, 123 California 

Frue Ore Concentrator, 

Adams & Carter agents, 109 California 
Hofman BrOS (A Hofman) cor 

Bryant and Fifth 
Holden S P, H3 Leidesdorff 

Ranlett Horace D, 420 Mont 

gomery 

The Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Works, NE cor Mission 
and Fremont 

Tustin William I, 308 Mission 



ORGAN BUILDERS 

Bergstrom John, cor Twenty-ninth and 

Mission 
Mayer Joseph, 127 Page 
Paine James, cor Vallejo and Dolores 

Spencer F W & Co, 23 and 25 

Fifth 



C. 0. SWANBERG. 



P. F. WEST. 



SWANBERG * WEST, 

WHOLESALE 




AND PACKERS OF THE 



Deep Shell and Blue Point Brands 



OF 



FROZEN OYSTERS, 

-^j@ Washington Street Wharf. "^ 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, 



Flo Howard bt., nr. Third, San Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen once used by another. 



ROSEWOOD, LIGNUM-VITff, BOXWOOD. 



JOHN WIGMORK, 

133 Mpear Street, S. F. 



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San Francisco. 



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OYSTER DEALERS- 
WHOLESALE. 

Doane & CO (W C and Isaac Y 
Doane, R B Espy and H S Gile) 64 
California Market 

Moraghan M B, 08 California 
Market 

Morgan & CO (J S Morgan and 
John and Thomas Crellin) 87 Califor- 
nia Market 

Puttock Henry, 1427 Polk 

Shoalwater Bay Oyster Co, Thomas T 
Gresley propr, S3 California |Market 

Star Oyster Co, John Wright propr, 72 
California Market 

Swan berg & West (C Swan- 
berg and P F West) foot of Washing- 
ton (see page 291) 



OYSTER SALOONS 

(See Restaurants.) 

PACKETS. 

Hinsdale G S, agt Coasting Packets, 22 
California 

Mexican and Central American Packet 
Line, J F Schleiden agt, 324 Wash- 
ington 

Royal Mail Steam Packet 

Co. Chas Mason agent, 606 Battery 
Tutt James, agt Coasting Packets, 22 
California 



PAINTERS - CARRIAGE, 
HOUSE AND SIGN. 

Abets C & Co, 9054 Howard 
Baci^alupi Paul, 1408 Dupont 
Bailey William H, 401 California 
Barron C J, 815 and 1633 Market 
Bean Wm M, 1631 Market 
Bennett & Co, 824 Larkin 
Bernard C A, 629 Merchant 
Berry G H, 954 Howard 
Berry John, 837 Folsom 
Black Edwin H, 109 O'Farrell 

Bradley Bernard, 923 Mission 

Bradley & Ballard (J T Bradley and Geo 

Ballard) 119 Davis 
Brandt B L, 404 Montgomery 
Broad Chas E, 1000 Hyde 
Brooke Printing, Sign and Advertising 

Co (Chas Jr and Geo C Brooke) 717 

Market 

Cahill J L, 23 Sixth 

Cartan Chaa M, 549 Clay 
Cashmore C, 530 Valencia 



Coleman J E W, 924 Folsom 

Crogan Jas, 16 5 Buchanan 

Deferrari G B, 307 aud 309 Montgom- 
ery ave 

De Mulford J M, 950 Folsom 

Derbaum John C, 1624 Market 

Donovan M J & J J, 1006 Mission 

Downing Thomas, 615 Second 

Dunham Henry, 345 Third 

Dwyer Tim, 105:! Howard 

Eaton Wm R, 240 Ellis 

Edmondson J G, 220 Brannan 

Egan Peter J, 2123 Larkin 

Fisher Geo F & Co (Geo F Fisher) 781 
Folsom 

Fisher H, 2003 Mission 

Fisher & Dutot, 426 Ninth 

FlOOd T, 54 First 

Foley C J, 2110 Fillmore 

Foley Daniel, '.40 Ninth 

Frank A W, 632 Washington 

Frank Frederick, 918 Pacific 

Fraser John P, 317 Sutter 

Frazer C E, 333 Sixth 

Frost H, 122 Geary 

Funck Carl, 81 Stockton 

Gallagher E M, 611 Sacramento 

Garcia Bros, 1508^ Powell 

Getz August, 332 Bush and 310 Mason 

Gimpel M C, 825 Market 

Gorman & Furguson (J B Gorman and 
H S Furguson) 834 and 836 Howard 

Grant E A, 2757 Mission 

Cray C T. '^ St) dealer in paints, oils 
and varnish, 807 Howard 

Hartmann Edward, 1149 Mission 

Heineman Henry S, 1118 Larkin 

Heringer R P, 98 Eighth 

Herrick Eugene H, 1713 Market 

Hindman James, 903 Folsom 

Hinz Carl, 50 O'Farrell 

Hoffer Charles, 6.16 Commercial 

Homer FT, 2\7h Clara 

Hopps & Sons (C, O E, G H and F W) 
429 Pine 

Hovey George D, 84 1 Valencia 

Hurdis Samuel, 4 Folsom 

James F G, 1605 Polk 

Jarman H C, 232 Sixteenth 

Jennings F A, -3 Fifth 

Johnson Frank, 2027 Fillmore 

Johnson Joseph A, 517 California 

Johnson & Sheehau, 15 Trinity 

Kanary David, l-iOjs Second 

Kelley D I Rose place bet Eddy and 
Ellis and 17 G Men Gate ave 

KOCh Wm C, 104 and 106 O'Far- 
rell 

Krauss Fred H, 160S Mission 

Lang Chas E, 216 Washington 

Lem John H, 1422 Geary 

Lester John, "671 Howard 

Levy David, 36 Fourth 



I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



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Liebsch Richard, 509 Bu-<h 

Lloyd & D.movan (E C Lloyd and J A 

Donovan) 208 McAllister 
Lohmeyer & Martin (J C Lohmeyer and 

G P Martin) 444 Valencia 
Longley & Johnson (George W Long- 
ley and J M Johnson) 332 Bush 
Lord A J, 759 Mission 
Lvnch John F, 60S Larkin 
Lynch W M, 255 Third 
Malm & Pamperin (C Malm and T G 

Pamperin) COB Howard 
Mansell & Co (F Mansell and Frank N 

McCann) 225 Post 
Marley Edward, 739 McAllister 
Martin I & Co (Irving Martin) 535 Clay 
McTavish & Co, 209 
Meyerback & Co, 610 Broadway 
Mills & Jones (D H Mills and A E 

Jones) 819 Market 
Murphy J R, 537 Valencia 
Murray Charles A, 132 First 
Noble Brothers (Thos and Wm) 642 Clay 
Nolan James H, 404 Montgomery 
Norman Edward, 122 Golden Gate ave 
Nutz Frederick, 722 Howard 
O'Connell Jeremiah, 555 Fourth and 312 

Fifth 
Orelli S & Son, 623 Pacific 

O »*rick Q S> also general agent Cali- 
fornia Paint Co and Averill mixed 
paints, 403 Market 

Oisi Giacomo, 25 Montgomery ave 

Owens Richard H, 2525 Mission 

Patterson William, 62K| Union 

Pauli F C, 1 Webb 

Peterson George B, 418 Minna 

Phillips Abraham, 729 Broadway 

Phillips Edward, 902 Larkin 

Portley M J, 516Jj Valencia 

Poyser Thomas, 19 Golden Gate ave 

Pratt Jesse, 1713 Market 

Quadt John, 1104 Howard 

Ralston John O, 1525 Polk 

Richman A S, 425 Twenty -second 

Rodgers F S, 30^ Second 

Rosekrans Henry M, 517 California 

Ross Charles, 14 Leavenworth 

Rudolph Henry, 820 Buchanan 

Sachau Fred, 474 Tehama 

Schneider E, 70S Folsom 

Schofield Charles, 108^ Jessie 

Schwalenberg G C A, 16 Eddy 

Severns B E, 630 Vallejo 

Siudlinger J M, 717 Market 

Sinz Ludwig, 625 Washington 

Smith George J, 329 Sutter 

Smith J C, 523 Valencia 

Smith J J, 850 Howard 

Soelter Louis, 401 Green 

Spauton James, 1214 Polk 

St Denis J & CO (Jules St Denis 
and Thos Macauley) 3U8 Sutter 

Starke J A, 626 Fulton 



Swan & Stein (Jabez S Swan and 
Max Stein) 727 Market 

Swift & Co (Charles and William Swift) 
2403 Mission 

Sykes Charles H, 37 Annie 

Teague Wm, 405 Clementina 

Thompson Charles, 1924 Union 

Tintrop Henry, 809 Mission 

Tonner Peter, cor Railroad ave and Ven- 
ezuela 

Turner J H, cor Annie and Stevenson 

Wagner Henry, 635 California 

Walcom Jacob, 629 Merchant 

Walsh Martin, 1621 Market 

Wason Archibald, 115 Davis 

Waters George, 114 Clipper bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth and 
2507 Mission 

Welsh E & T W Goddard, 222 Mis- 
sion 

West B W, 1406 Polk 

W r est Joseph A, 1115 Market 

White Henry, 403Gou g h 

White L C, 1018 Clay 
Williams G A, 1325 Pacific 

Williams & Hynes (E w Will 

iams and A T Hynes) 1812 Polk 
Willis Robert, 1914 Union 
Wilson J W, 928 Washington 
Wilson & King (Fred Wilson and W A 

King) 6 Hayes 
Wolf & Klein, 102 Stockton 
Wulbern Dietrich, 809 Union 
Young J H, 1111 Sutter 
Zoppi Martin, 706 Larkin 



The Most Reliable Painters- 

WILLIAMS & HYNES, 

PAPERING AND DECORATING 

A SPECIALTY. 

1312 Polk Street, 

Bet. Washington andJackson, San Francisco. 



PAINTERS-FRESCO 
Blum, Eppstein & Co, 126 

Kearny 
Cooks BrOS (Louis, Wmand Max) 

108 and J 10 Post 
Frassi A, 729 Montgomery 
Linken Moses, 1320^ Stockton 

Moretti & Trezzini (Attilio 

Moretti and Bernardo Trezzini) Phe- 

lan Building, 806 Market 
Pelegrini F, 517 California 
Wolf F C, 1232 Stockton 
Zincke W & Co (William Zincke) 200 

Hyde 



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PAINTERS- LANDSCAPE 
AND PORTRAIT 

Brookes Sam'l M, 611 Clay 
Brouchoud Joseph, 806 Market 
Cobden Thomas S, 721 Market 
Conner J L Mrs, 14 Dupont, 
Evans M E Mrs, 728 Montgomery 
Haste Julia Miss, 14 Dnpoiit 
Heath F L, 218 Post 
Hupman Arthur, 126 Kearny 
Indig A, 14 Dupont, rm 46 
Lafontaine Julius R, 623 Merchant 
Levy D, 505 Hyde 
Michelson Nicholas, 126 Kearny 
Michigan Portrait Co, 19 bixth 
Peters P L, 14 Dupont 
Prosch Chas, 6 Eddy 
Roethe L, 218 Post 
Wettig Anna Miss, 1133| Pacific 
Wilson A E, 14 Dupont, rm 45 
Wilson C T, 14 Dupont, rm 45 

PAINTS, OILS AND 
GLASS 

Abbes Frfmk, 1821 Polk 
Ammeriip C 1047 Market 
BaSS T J & CO (T J Bass and S 

H Brown) 14 and 16 Ellis 
Broad Chas E, 1000 Hyde 

CahillJ L, 23 Sixth 

California Paint Co. manufact- 
urers mixed paints, colors ground in 
oil and pure liuseed oil putty, factory 
S Stevenson, office 403 Market 

Cooney John J, 113 Fourth 



Counter C E, 1826 Market 

De Ferrari O B, 307 and 309 Mont- 
gomery ave 

Dietz A C & Co, 9 Front 

Foley C J, 2112 Fillmore 

Franck George, 325 Hayes 

Gimpel M C, 2637 Market 

Gott & Wlii e (George H Gott and 
Howard White) 19 Steuart 

Cray C T, 807 Howard . 

Gray H VV, 2117 Fillmore and 1326- 
1330 M irket 

Hueter Bros & Co, cor Market and 2d 

Jarman Hugh C, 232 sixteenth 

Kelly J as R & Co, 221 and 223 Market 
Loughead John, 1601 and 1603 Polk 
Merrell I L (water-proof) 210 

Townsend 
O'Connell J, 312 Filth 
Orrick O S, 403 Market 
Pacific Rubber Paint Co, Whittier, Ful- 
ler & Co proprs, 228 and 230 Beale 

Paraffsne Paint Co. Ralph l 

Shainwald secretary, 310 California 
ReaE F, 1318 Stockton 
Rogers John, 125 Washington 
St DeniS J & CO, 308 Sutter 
Schaefer Chas S, 516 Davis 
Sullivan & Ravekes (C D Sullivan, 

David Ravekes, L C Wicks and J H 

McCann) 108-114 California 
Swift & Co, 706 Valencia 
Taylor C L & Co (C L Taylor) 34 Cal 
Walsh W J, 220 Montgomery ave 
Whittier, Fuller & Co (W F Whittier 

and W P Fuller) 21 and 23 Front 
Yates & CO (C M Yates and F W 

Shingleberger) 113 Front 



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g-l PAPER BAGS 

Q Armes & Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 

CD Blake, Moffltt & Towne, also 

_L_ j importers news, writing and wrapping 
H™ paper, 516 Sacramento and 519 Com- 

mercial, branch house Portland, Or 



Bonestell L H & Co, 415 Sansome 
Fleishhacker A & Co (A Fleishhacker) 
647 Market 

Taylor S P & Co, 414 and 416 

Clay 

Wemper Bros, 573 and 575 

Market * 



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Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Gen. Ageuts, S. F. 



STEAM ENGINES & THRESHING MACHINES. 



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PAPER DEALERS. 
Blake, Moffitt & Towne, 516 

Sacramento 
BonOStell & CO (L H Bonestellj 

413 and 415 Sansome 

California Paper Co, Egbert Judson 
pres, W P Johnson sec, 320 Sansome 
Campbell W H, 402 Front 

Columbia River Paper Co, 

L W Storror agent, 416 Sacramento 
Cox Geo F, agt W Tyler (Chicago) 

518 Sutter 
Cunningham, Curtiss & Welch, SW cor 

Sansome and Sacramento 
Graham Paper Co, W G Richardson 

mgr, 529 Commercial 
Seymour & Gage (Samuel Seymour and 

A H Gage) 1422 Market 
Taylor S P & CO (S P Taylor) 

414 and 416 Clay 

Zellerbach A, 509 Clay 
PAPER-HANGERS- 

. (See also Painters. ) 
Black E H, 109 O'Farrell 

Bradley Bernard, 923 Mission 
Cahill J L, 23 Sixth 

Clark G W & Co (J B Stanford and T 

J Stack) 645 Market 
Cole Wm, 209 Kearny 
Delapierre Henry, 1414^ Powell 
Donovan M J & J J, 1171 Market 
Hendry B F, 1055 Market 
McKanna R, 1623 Powell 
Seymour & Gage, 1422 Market 
Sheahan C L, 908| Howard 
Stroetgen & Maritzen, 536 Grove 



PARKS 

Alamo Square, Fulton to Hayes, Steiner 

to Scott 
Alta Plaza, Clay to Jackson, Steiner to 

Scott 
Columbia Square, Folsom to Harrison, 

Sixth to Sherman 
Golden Gate, 6 miles west old city hall 
Hamilton Square, cor Scott and Post 
Jefferson Square, Eddy to Golden Gate 

ave, Gough to Laguna 
Lafayette, Gough to Laguna, Sacra- 
mento to Washington 
Lobos Square, Bay to Chestnut, Laguna 

to Webster 
Pioneer, top of Telegraph Hill, from 

Greenwich to Filbert 
Plaza, Kearny bet Washington and Clay 
South San Francisco, Railroad ave, Corea 

and Marquesas 
Union Square, Post to Geary, Stockton 

to Powell 



Washington Square, Stockton to Pow- 
ell, Filbert to Union 



PASTE-MACARONI. 
California Italian Paste 

Co, C R Splivalo & Co proprietors, 
415 Battery 
Liguria Paste Manufactory, L Valente 
propr, 214 and 216 Broadway 



PATENT AGENCIES 

Dewey & Co (A T Dewey, W B Ewer 
and George H Strong) 252 Market 

Edwards VV T & Co (W T Edwards and 
C H Warren) 1523 Mission 

Inventors' Institute of Cal- 
ifornia, Alphonso B Smith gen- 
eral manager, 105 Stockton 

Osborn E E, 224 Montgomery 

Pacific Patent Agency, John 

Dixon manager, St Ann's Building, 
6 Eddy 
Pardy George, 402 Montgomery 

Redstone John H, 1509 Market 
Sanborn Clarence, 6 Eddy 

Smith A B, Inventors' Institute, 

105 Stockton 
Smith C W M, 224 Sansome 



PATENT MEDICINES. 
Brownlee F C & Co, agents 

Needham's Red Clover Blossoms and 
extracts, 735 Market 
Burke V B, 807 Market 

Fahrenkrug rienry, proprietor 

Water of Life, 607 Montgomery 

Fillman Samuel P (Filiman, 

Williams & Orton) and proprietor 
McClelland's diphtheria and fever 
remedies, 19 Stevenson 

FultOn John J, proprietor Ful- 
ton's Radical Remedy, 132 Townsend 

Goodridge Henry C, Sarsfield's Blood 
Remedy, 244 Sutter 

Guptill E A & Co (E A Guptill and E 
W Haskell) 1165 Market 

Hassmer Valentine, SE cor Powell and 
Washington 

Lambert Frank, Marvelous Liq- 
uid, the great California rheumatic 
remedy, 814 Montgomery 

Needham's Red Clover 

BloSSOmS, F C Brownlee & Co 
agents, 735 Market 

Samuels & Co (C Samuels and I Frank- 
lin) 22 and 24 Battery 

Shipley Prof, tape worm special- 
ist, office hours 9 a m to 4 p m, 7 to 8 
p m, 765 Market 

Slavens J W, 121 Market (up stairs) 



Moretti & Trezzini, FRESCO ARTISTS, 



PIIKl.AX 
Kl 1M>I\<». 



SHIP PLANK and Timber, Locust TREENAILS. 



John Wigmore, 
133 Spear St. 



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Sir Astley Cooper's Vital 

Restorative, A E Mintie pro- 
prietor, ] 1 Kearny 
The Cliarles A Vogeler Co, St Jacob's 
Oil and Red Stock Cough Cure, C F 
Von Santen mgr, 710 Mission 

Thompson J W & Co, 504 

Front 
Tibbita R H, 523 Kearny 
WiltOn Frank, Indian Olio of 

Oils, 5 Mint ave 



FRANK WILTON, 

3 3VEI3KTT -A-'^JBHSTTTJE 

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Sure Cure for the following 

named Diseases. 

Many can full}' and freety testify, feeling it 
their duty to the afflicted, and take pleasure in 
communicating' to the public the many cases of 
suffering that they have known this wonderful 
remedy to cure— having used it themseves and 
in their families, from one to eiy;ht years past, 
for the following nervous affections, viz: 

INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM, 

Rheumatic Gout, Sciatic Rheumatism, Chronic 
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Neuralgia, Flying 
Neuralgia, Lumbago, Pains in the Sides and 
Back, Spinal Complaint, Ossified Muscles, Stiff 
Joints, Contracted Cords, Affection of the Heart, 
Throat, Kidneys, Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Bruises, 
Sore and Tired Feet, Blood Poisoning, Erysipe- 
las, Poison Oak, Sick Headache, Headache, Ear- 
ache, Cholera Morbus, Cramp, Old S >res, Hip 
Disease, Weakness of the Limbs in Children, 
Weak Lungs, Asthma and Tubercular Consump- 
tion especially. 



PATENT SOLICITOR 
Redstone John H, 1509 Market 



PATTERN MAKERS 

Anderfuren William J, 110 and 112 Beale 
Bushman William, 316 Mission 

Buswell W F, 108 Main 

Coffin & Woods (Alonzo Coffin and 

John F Woods) 133 and 135 Beale 
Howland Rufus, 259 First 
Jackson Byron, 6_'5 Sixth 
Kallenlierg Theodore, 32 Fremont 
Leonard C, 133 and 135 Beale 
Murphy William L, 35 Main 
Rice H W, 52 Bluxome 

Risdon Iron and Locomo- 
tive Works, SE cor Howard and 
Beale 

Steijier & Wallace (W H Steiger and P 
J Wallace) 123 Beale 

White BrOS (Wm and Henry) also 
wood carvers, 52 Bluxome 

Young & Thompson. 308 Mission 



PAVEMENTS 
California Artificial Stone 

Paving Co, 404 Montgomery 

Cranolithic Paving Co, vvs 

Somerville manager, Thomas Penling- 
ton secretary, works 81 and 83 Ninth, 
office 422 Montgomery 
RanSOme Ernest L, 402 Mont- 
gomery 



PAWNBROKERS. 

(See Brokers — Pawn.) 



PENCILS 
Allen James C, ioo Davis 



PERFUMERY 

(See also Druggists.) 

Courvoisier & Carnduff (F LCourvoisier 
and F F Carnduff) 1208 Market 

Green baum L proprietor West- 
ern Perfumery Co, 26 Second 

HudSOn H C (H C Hudson & Co) 
also manager Pacific Perfumery Co, 
10 Stevenson 

Pacific Perfumery Co, io 

Stevenson 
Pacific Perfumery and Manufacturing 

Co, 37 Sixth 
Rowley Madam, 228 Stockton 
Spring J H, agt Seely Perfume, Phelan 

Building, 806 Market 
Trost Gustav A, 616 Clay and 1516 

Mason 

Western Perfumery Co, l 

Greenbaum proprietor, 26 Second 
Wohlgemuth Arthur N, 526 Hayes 



WESTERN PERFUMERY CO. 

Ii. OKJBENBAU9I, Proprietor. 

MANUFACTURING Perfumers and Chem- 
ists. Sole Agents Glover & Nicul'cs Non- 
Secret Medicines. 

No. 26 Second Street, 

SAN FRANCISGO. 
PH. PECK, Perfumer-Chemist. 



I. S. VAN WINKLE 4 CO., * 



PHOTOGRAPHIC GAL 
LERIES 

Allen & Hay (Mrs L F Allen and MrsM 
Hay) 342 Kearny 

Baker & Cathcart w T Baker 

photographer, \V Cathcart manager, 
1073£ Market 
Blair Tourograph and Dry Plate Co, 
Sam C Partridge agt, 529 Commercial 

413-415 Market t&t. IBO\. STEEL, All 

inds Blacksmiths' Materials, HEAVY HARDWARE. 



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Bradley & Rulofson, 14 Dupont 
Brown T A, 606 Kearny 
Burnett & Slattery (FW Burnett andT 
F Slattery)cor Valencia and Sixteenth 

Butler & Dorsez (G R Butler 

and F H Dorsez) 715 Market 
Cobb David, 1144 Market 
Craig & Mosher (A W Craig and J W 

Moaher) 22 Kearny 
Cramer C L, 402 Kearny 
Dames & Keil (W W Dames 

and Edward A Keil) 715 Market 
Do we L, 6 Eddy 

Duhem Victor, 1324 Polk 

Edouart Alexander, 6 Turk 

FaiSt ChaS C, cor Market and 

Fourth 
Flaglor A P, SE cor Market and Ninth 
FUller A W, 1150 Market 
Fuller William H, 1150 Market 
Hbuseworth Thos, 12 Montgomery 
Howe John Milton, 6 Eddy 
JetfersWm H, 1202 Mission 
JoneS & LotZ (Thomas H Jones 

and Paul Lotz) 838 Market 
Klain J J. 921 McAllister 
Knight Geo H, 19 Sixth 
Lainer Chas, 31 Third 
L-inge V, 1025 Market 
McMillan BrOS( chas > John and 

Geo) 8 Sixth 



McNicoll John, SE cor Fifteenth and 

Mission 
Merrill Stewart, 659 Clay 
Morse George D, S26 Market 
Nelson Chr A, 444^ Third 

New York Photograph 

Gallery. Sewell & Hucks proprie- 
tors, 25 Third 
Partmann Herman, 337 Hayes 

Perkins A J, 1217 Polk 

Rieman & Pray (Geo B Rieman and 
Fred H Pray) 26 Montgomery 

Runnels & Stateler (B F Runnels and J 
Stateler) 957 Market 

Schoen Herman, 504 Kearny 

Shew Win, 523 Kearny 

Strebeck W M & Co, 216i O'Farrell 

Summerhays Wm, 612 Clay 

Taber I W» 8 Montgomery 

Triors Louis, 1025 Larkin 

Vaudersweep James, 64 Third 
Vaughan's Photograph Gallery (M Kar- 

ras and Sadie Brown) 18 Third 
Watkins C E, Watkins' new series 

photographic views, 427 Montgoni- 
' ery 
Weitz & Dijeau (Hugo Weitz and Alex 

Dijeau) 34 Third 
Williams & Norton (W I Williams and 

E B Norton) 914 Market 




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DallJohn H, 618 and 620 Clay 
FOSS Oscar. 841 Mission 
Howe J M, 6 Eddy 
Johnston & Co (R T and Wm Johnston) 

S50 Market 
Manahan H, bookkeeper with 

John H Dall, 618 and 620 Clay 
Partridge Sam C, 525 Commercial 

PHYSICIANS 
Abernethy & Co (S h Hall and 

John Abernethy) 426 Kearny 
Ahrams A, 1359 Post 
Alliums Albert, 112 Mason 
Alers August, 10 Ellis 
Allen P M, 55 Second 
American Sampson, 405 Kearny 
Anderson J A, 806 Market 
Anderson Winslow, Chronicle Building 
Angell W C, 568 Folsom 



Arensberg H, 513 Fourth 

Arnold — , 229 Geary 

ArOilStein A, 33 Kearny 

Axelrood Max, 526 Kearny 

Ayer Washington, 410 Kearny, rm 11 

Baldwin H S, 612 Clay 

Baldwin S C, S50 Market 

Ballard L A, 305 Powell 

Barbat J, 809 Jackson 

Barkan A, 14 Dupont 

Baronidis George M, 254 Ellis 

Bates Walter E, 103 Geary 

Baumeister B H, cor Dolores and 

Twenty-ninth 
Bayer Joseph, 222 Post 

Bazan Ferdinand, physician 

and surgeon French Hospital and 
proprietor Dr Bazan's Russian and 
Turkish medicated electrical baths, 
415 Sutter 

Bazet Louis, 714 Broadway 

Beason A E, 605 Green 

Beckh G C, 43 Sixth and 1024 Geary 

Behr H H, 509 Kearny 

Belinge F A A, 1901 Polk 

Bell H R, 300 Hayes 

Bennett — , 716 Pine 

Bennett Thomas, 46 0'Farreii 

Burnett William, 145 Fourth 

Berg C, 213 Powell 

Bernoulle Julius, 600 Sutter 

Berthody Charles, 1005 Stockton 

Bettencnurt J de S, 310 Kearny 

Bird N J, 242 Montgomery 

Blach ChaS, city physician and 

police surgeon, 514 Kearny 
Blake ChasE, 134 Geary 
Blake Charles M, 112S Twenty-hrst 
Blake J, 520 Sutter 
Blanco Jul G, 502 Bush 
Bluxome Joseph, 217 Powell 
Boericke Wm, S34 Sutter 
Botsford Wm, 3 Taylor 
BOUShey J, SW cor Ninth and 

Mission 
Bowie H C, 209 Post 

Boyson J Thomas, Pheian 

Buildintr, 806 Market 



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\WT A t** f\~KTd Truman, I wham «& Hooker, Agents for the Cele- 
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Bowie R I, 209 Post 

Brannan J J, 841 Market, rm 4 t 

Breyfogle E S, 14 Dupont 

Brigham C B, 703 Market 

Bromley J! I, 410 Kearny 

Brown C B Mrs, 427 Geary 

Brown Robert, 846 Mission 

Brown S C, 426 Twenty-fourth 

Bruck Alexander, NE cor Powell and 

Broadway 
Bruoer W H, 217 Geary 
Bryan E H, 36 Geary 

Buckley Cornelius F, 715 

Larkin 

Buckley Vincent P, office 

hours 9 to 11 A m, 1 to 3 P M, and 7 to 

8 pm, 629 Kearny 
Bucknall G J, cor Sutter and Dupont 
BuelOW F, 1221 Mission 
Burgess Oscar 0, 329 Geary 
Burleigh C W (Los Angeles) S F 

office 765 Market 
Burrell Charles, 1322 Mission 
Cachot M A, 110 Stockton 
Callaghan John D, 852 Folsom 
Callandreau J, 1307 Stockton 
Carman W, 410 Post 
Carpenter F B, 873^ Market 
Castelhun E C, 544 Larkin 
Castelhun F C, 509 Kearny 
Chaigneau V A, 214 San Jose ave 
Chase Albert, 652 Market 
Chase Robert P, 121 Turk 
Chesley C P, 754 Howard 
Chismore George, 920 Market 
Clark R B, 52S Hayes 
Clarke John J , 238 Kearny 
Cleveland D C, 604 Leavenworth 
Clinton Charles A, 806 Market 
Cohen D & S, 425 Kearny 
Cohn David, 431 O'Farrell 
Cole R Beverly, 218 Post 
Coleman James S, 520 Valencia 

College of Physicians and 
Surgeons of California, 

Walter J Hadden president, Chas 
H Robinson secretary and treasurer, 
127 Kearny 

Connolly T E, 91 Ninth 

Cook Archer S, 224 Post 

Cook Fernando C, 106 Eddy 

CorbettS J, 311 Taylor 
Cowles Samuel, 2017 Mission 
Currier C B, 92 U Geary 

D'Ancona Arnold A, i408 

Howard 

Dart G, hours 10 to 11:30 A M, 3 to 
4 p m, 6 to 7:30 pm, office 331 Kearny 

Davidson Jos R, 224 Kearny 

Davis G E, 206 Stockton 

Davis G W, 327 Geary 

Day John G, cor Pacific and Leaven- 
worth 



Deane C T, 131 Post 

Delmont F, 813 Jackson 

Dennis F H, 715 Clay 

De Puy A A, 9S7 Harrison 

De VeCChi Paolo. 700 Broadway 

Devening Henry Clav, 439 Third 

De Witt T Byron, NW cor Butte 

and Kentucky, Potrero 
Dodel X, 1315 Howard 
Dodge E, 46 O'Farrell 
Dodge Henry W, cor Mission and 

Eleventh 
Dodge H T, 127 Kearny 
Donnelly Edward, 832 Howard 
Dorn Gustave, 623 O'Farrell 
Dorr LL, 118 Dupont 
Dresel G, 119 Stockton 
Dwyer J, 223 Pacific 
Ehrenberg A T, 225 Dupont 
Ellinwood C N, 715 Clay 

Enright Charles, 659 Clay v 

Famum ChaS E. demonstrator 
of anatomy Cooper Medical College, 
672 Mission 
Faulkner H W, 906 Market 
Favor Kimbal, 841 Market, rm 4 

Fernandez Manuel (homeo- 
pathic) 36 Geary 

Ferrer Henry, 16 Geary 

Ferrer John D, 16 Geary 

Fifield W E, 1001 McAllister 

Fisk Henry M, 806 Market 

Fitzgibbon J G, 760 Mission 

Fletcher C A, 14 Dupont 

Flood Philip H, 6 Eddy 

Floto John H, 402 Kearny 

Foster N P, 1019 Folsom 

Fraser E J, 112 Kearny 

French H C & A C Peterson, 319 Geary 

Frisbie Edw G, 2133 Bush 

Gallwey John, 659 Clay 

Gardner H H, 920 Market 

Garwood Wm T, 223 Dupont 

CateS F H, 722 Montgomery 

Gere George G, 120 Post 

Gerlach G, 1313 Golden Gate ave 

Gerry S R, resident physician city and 
countv almshouse, 645 Washington 

Gibbon J F, 623 Kearny 

CibbonS Henry J r, dean Cooper 
Medical College, SE cor Geary and 
Polk 

CifFord J L, 930 Market 

Cilbert Francis D, 1247 Market 

Ginassi F, 726 Montgomery ave 
Gore C, 8 Mason 
Grant T B, 518 Noe 
Gray Ira P, 838 Market 
Green F P, 202 Stockton 
Green Thomas, 10 Third 
Grimm C H, 302 Stockton 
Grindley T R, 1126 Market 
Griswold W H, 617 McAllister 
Griswold Wolcott N, 107 Taylor 



ST. DAVID'S, 



190 Rooms, 715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco, 
cent! per night. Daily papers on file. Hot baths free. 



Single rooms 50 



CABINET WOODS and VENEERS. 133 Spear. John Wigmore. 



300 



PHY 



San Francisco. 



PHY 



Griswold W R, 850 Market 
Gross George, 319 Kearny 
Guthrie & Gordon, 7S3i Market 
Guzman C C, 703 Market 

Haas Julius, i* Dupont 

Hadden Walter J, 127 Kearny 
Haddock Allen, 719 Market 

Haggin Joseph B, 235 Kearny 

Hale Win F, 210 Turk 

Hall Samuel H (Abernethy & Co) 
426 Kearny, rms 1-4 

Hammond YVm, 859 Mission 

Harris F W, 759 Market 

Hart Henry H, 939 Howard 

Hartley John D, 150 Fourth 

Hartley J W F, 034 Sutter 

Hayne A P, 533 Kearny 

Healey John H, 850 Market 

Heekeren A Van, 236 Sutter 

Heinimann J M, 802 Montgom- 
ery 

Heinimann Michael. 802 

Montgomery 
Herzstein M, 321 Sutter 
He .1 ston George, 323 Sutter 

Heyermann John A F, also 

proprietor Bryant Street Pharmacy, 
SVV cor Fourth and Bryant 

Hiller Fred Jr& Co. also homeo- 
pathic pharmacy, 33 Dupont 
Hirschfelder Joseph O, 229 Geary 
Hoag L B, 32 Sixth 

Hodgdon Walter H A. 225 

Geary 
Hoffmann A M, 1422 Folsom 
Hoffstetter B, 325 Geary 
Holbrook Charles B, cor Ninth and 

Market 
Hopkins F V, 2524 California 
Horn Jerome, SOS Twenty-fourth 
Huckins J W, 32 Sixth 
Hughes Jerome A, 105 Oak 
Humphrey P H, 5 Market and 

Fair Oaks bet Twenty-second and 

Twenty-third 
Hund O H, 716 Howard 

Hutchins Chauncey B, 617 

Bush 
Ingerson H H, 834 Sutter 
Jenks George H, 321 Geary 
Johnson Wm H, 804 Mission 
Johnston W D, 514 Kearny 
Jones William, 155 New Montgomery 
Jordan L J, 211 Geary 
Josselyn Benjamin F, 115 Kearny 
JOSSelyn J H, 226 Sutter 
Kahn S S, 14 Dupont 
Kane Frank B, 46 O'Farrell and 424 

Eddy 
Kearney Peter A, cor First and Folsom 
Keeny James W, 14 Dupont 

Kenyon Curtis C, 664 Mission 

Kerr Wm Watt. 425 Sutter 



Kienborts Dan'l, 986 Howard 
King I Manning, 637 Ellis 
Kirkpatrick Chas A, 920 Market 
Kunkler John E, 514 Kearny 
LaBrie Godefroi, 1030 Mission 
Lambert Frank, 814 Montgom- 
ery 
Lane Levi C, 652 Mission 
LawlOr Wm M, 225 Geary 
Leach W H, SW cor Turk aud Hyde 
LeFevre J P, 14 Dupont 
Leonard Alex T, resident physi- 
cian St Mary's Hospital, cor First and 
Bryant 
Levingston M, 927 Geary 
Lewis D O, 502 Washington 
Lewitt William B, 2110 Mason 
Logan M Hill, 204 Sutter 
Long S F, 14 Dupont 
LonigO E V, 743 Pine 
Lord Franklin F, 5 Stockton 
Lovelace A S, 634 Twenty-second 
Lull Kichard H, 2326 California 
Luppo John, 233 Montgomery ave 
Lux F W, 703 Market 
LyfOrd L Dexter, also embalmer, 

Phelan Building, 806 Market 
Macbeth Robert S, 523 Kearny 
Mackintosh R,120S Mission 

MacLean D, 330 Sutter 

Madill D, 1U2 Stockton 
Marshall B F, 905 Post 
Martin W N, 33 Kearny 

Martinache N J, o\ Kearny 

Martineaut E D, 652 Washington 

Matthews J M, 909 Twenty- 
third 

McAllister W F, 502 Washington 

McCarthy William D, 843 Mission 

McClure A T, 21 Powell 

McDermott Wm P, cor Valencia and 
Twenty-fourth 

McDonald J T, SOS Fifth 

McGovern Chas C, 806 Market 

McLaughlin Moses A, NW cor Railroad 
ave and Manitoba 

McLaughlin W H, NW cor Twenty- 
sixth and Mission 

McLay George B, 2430 Mission 

McLean Robert A, also dean 

University of California, 603 Mer- 
chant 
McMahon John, 103 Geary 
McMillan D, 245 Eighth 
McMonagle Beverly, 703 Market 
McNeil Alexander, 123 Turk 
McNulty J M, 118 Dupont 
McNulty P Roscoe, 101 Dupont 
McNutt W F, 121 Montgomery 
McPherson G E, Twenty-Fourth nr Va- 
lencia 
McQuesten Chas, 20 Montgomery 
Meares J L, New City Hall 



S. VAN WINKLE & CO, 



413-415 

Market St. 



IroOteel, etc. 



ST0LTZS WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
to Perfection. Does KOT WASH OFF 



PHY 



San Francisco. 



PHY 



301 



Mervy A, 434 Montgomery ave 
Mervy Emil C, 434 Montgomery ave 
Miller John A, 730 Valencia 
Minor J F, 416 Twenty-fourth 
Rflintle AE, H Kearny 
Moliere J \V, 531 Sutter 
Moore C W, Nucleus Building 

Moore D C & Mrs E D 

MOOre. 1029 Market (see page 303) 
Morse J P, 126 O'Farrell 
Morse P R. 123 Jackson 
Mouser B T, 200 Post 
Mouser S M, 200 Post 
Mulligan E L, 943 Valencia 

Murphy James. 659 Clay 

Myers Robert C, 726| Union 
Nellls C S. 765 Market 
Neumann Mark, 117 Sixth 
Newell Win A, 630 Howard 
Nief F A, 310 Golden Gate 
Nightingale John, 906 Market 
Nightingale John Jr, NW cor Haight 

and Buchanan 
O'Dotinell C C. also coroner city 

and county of San Francisco, 704 

Washington cor Kearny 
O'Toole M C, 6 Eddy 
Ollino Giuseppe, 700 Broadway 
Page William M, 410 Kearny, rm 8 
Palmer George, 425 Geary 
Parson Edward, 103 Montgomery 
Pa Ugh W J. diseases of the Eye 

and Ear specialties, ne cor 

Clay and Kearny, entrance 640 Clay 
Pawlicki Ladislaus, 700 Sutter 
Payne J B, 112 Kearny 

Peabody Wm F, 200 Ellis 

Pease Giles M, 125 Turk 

Pelham J E, i Fifth 

Perrault J, 413 Kearny 
Perrin R J, 226 Sutter 
Perrone O, 639 Broadway 
Perry Alfred W, 104 Stockton 
Pescia Joseph, 611 Washington 
Peterson A C, 319 Geary 
Petin Alphonse, 125 O'Farrell 
Phelan Gregory J, 503 Third 
Philson C F, 117 Stockton 
Pierce C W, 417 Bush 
Pinching R L, 1516 California 
Plummer R H, 652 Mission 
Poulson P W, 36 Geary 
Prosek Joseph A, S06 Market 
Quinlan W James, 101 Dupont 
Rappe M & Co, 1117 Pine 
Rappin Gabriel F, 1608 Stockton 
Rattan Frank, NW cor Butte and 

Kentucky 
Regensburger A E, 519 Jones 

Regensburger M, specialist 

skin diseases, 114 Geary 
Richter C Max, 723 Sutter 
Rivas I, 1256 California 



Robinson Luke, 217 Geary 

Roeder J A, SE cor Filbert and Mason 

Rogers H D, 410 Kearny, rms 1 and 2 

Rogers Lee O, 920 Market 

Rogers Nathan, 703 Market 

Rosenstirn Julius, 312 Stockton 

Rosenthal Chas E, 315 Geary 

Rosenthal Chas H, 315 Geary 

Rowell Charles, 426 Kearny 

Rugg Sumner P, 505 Leavenworth 

Sabey L A, 1001 Folsom 

Sage F Mrs, 202 Stockton 

Salfleid C D, 216 Kearny 

Samuels W R G, 719 Market 

Sanders Duke, 18 Montgomery ave 

Sawyer A F, 302 Stockton 

Sawyer John J, 874 Mission 

Schmitz John P, 1032 Market 

Scholl A L, 873 Mission 

Scott Arthur W, 1234 Stockton 

Scott John, 729 Sutter 

Seeley Charles M, 405 Kearny 

Sharkey J M, 634 Washington 

Sherman H M, 920 Market 

Sherwood A T, 330 Sutter 

Sichel G W, 410 Kearny, rm 13 

Silva Fernando, 61S£ Filbert 

Simon Jules, 3.3 Geary 

Simpson Jas, 234 Post 

Smith B J, 30 O'Farrell 

Smith C Edgar (Los Angeles) 

S F office 765 Market 
Smith E D, 1065 Market 
Smith J Barlow, 30 O'Farrell 

Smith & Burleigh (CE Smith, 

G W Burleigh and C S Nellis) 765 

Market 
Sobey A L, cor Eighteenth and Mission 
Spinney & Co, 1 1 Kearny 
Sproul JF, 127 Fifth 
Stallard J H, 632 Sutter 
Stambaugh S S, 640 Clay 
Stanton James, 659 Clay 
Stivers Charles A, 634 Washington 
Stoddart A C, 405 Mason 
Storrer Edward, 400 Golden Gate ave 
Stout Arthur B, 729 Montgomery 
Strassman Max, 26 Ellis 

Stuart James H, m Turk 

Stuart J M. 112 Kearny 

Sturman Benj. 841 Market 

Sullivan WalW H, 623 Lombard 
Swan Benjamin R, 214 Sansome and 
310 Stockton 

Sweetland William P, 397 

Hayes 
Taylor W E, 215 Geary 
Terrill F H, 400 Stockton 

Thayer O V, 218 Post 

Theile E, 517 Pine 
Thomas F H, 200 Stockton 

Thrailkill William Oscar, 

1049^ Market 



Hobbs, Wall & Co., JSSS& Crescent City, 



For CreseentCity. 
314 Spear St., S.F. 



NICOLL THE TAILOR, 



816 Market St., S- F. Mend for Samples of BTew 
<«ooi1m and Self-measurement Rules— Kent Free. 



302 



PHY 



San Francisco. 



PIA 



Tibbits Stephen M, 931 Howard 
Tierney Edward P, 708 Montgom- 
ery 
Titus J S, 37 and 39 Phelan Build- 
ing 
Todd D B, cor Railroad ave and 

Teneriffe 
Toland Charles G, 7 Montgomery ave 
Tolman Ceo B, -NE cor Sansome 

and Pacific 
Tournem L E, 22 Geary 
Trenkle Emil, 1200 California 
Van DenBergh John, 519 Sixth 
Van Orden LeancUr Jr, 14 Dupont 

Verrinder A E, 37 Post 

Vigoureux A W, 224 Sixth 

Von Buelon F, 1221 Mission 

Von Cardanowsky E, 6 Eddy 

Wadsworth Chas C, 606 Sutter 
Wagner John, 2025 Mission 
Wanzer L M F, 205 Taylor 

Warburton James P, St 

Ann's Building, 6 Eddy 

Ward James W, 335 Geary 

Webb James P, 1023| Mission 

Weber Arthur S, 522 Sutter 

Wefelsburg Alexander B, 823 Mis- 
sion 

Weiss E M, 622 Filbert 

Werder Max, 217 Geary 

Whitney J as D, 204 Sutter 

Whitwell Wm S, 425 Sutter 
Wickham W J, 40H Hayes 
Wi;kman William J, 619 Fell 
Wigand Thomas, 318 Hayes 
Wilder A M. 215 Geary 
Wilhelm A, 33 Kearny 
Wilhelm August, 328 Eddy 

Willard Emory L, 523 Kearny 

Willey J M, 949 Mission 
Williams James D, 759 Market 
Williams Robert E, SW cor Stockton 

and Geary 
Willson J D, 2306 California 
Windele Edwin, 715 Larkin 
WoOSter David, 746 Mission 
Worth Sidney (homeopathic) 426 

Sutter 
Wright J W H, 850 Market 
YOUng J C> Sutter bet Kearny and 

Dupont 
Young S A D, 1631 Church 
Younaer W J, 228 Stockton 



D. C. MOORE, M. D. 

SANITARIUM 

BATHS, ELECTRICITY, MASSACE, ETC. 

1029 Market St., S. F., Cal. 



WILLIAM OSCAR THRAILKILL, M. D., 
D. D. S. Diseases of Women and Chil- 
dren, and the Teeth. Office, 1049 Market St., 
between 6th and 7th (Grand Pacific Building). 
Office Hours: 10 to 12; 1 to 4; 7 to 8; Daity. San 
Francisco, California. 

"SCIENTIFIC CALIFORNIAN;" Editor and 
Proprietor. 

WILLIAM OSCAR THRAILKILL, M. S., M. 
D., D. D. S., Editor " DENTAL JAIRUS." 



PHYSICIANS —FEMALE 
Alpers Matilda Mrs, also 

midwife, cor Twenty-fourth and 

Treat ave 
Appy Harriett Mrs, 631 Sutter 
Ballard Laura A Mrs, 205 Powell 
Brown Charlotte B Mrs, 427 Geary 
Cook Christina A Mrs, 224 Post 
Davies M Mrs, 426 Kearny 
Eggers Emilie, 1040 Howard 
Howard Rebecca Mrs, 334 O'Farrell 
Joy Mrs, 1608 Van Ness ave 
Joy B Mrs, 392 Dolores 
Lawson Emilie Mrs, 23 Powell 

Martin M A Mrs, 342 Third 

Mintern E Mrs, 609 Sutter 
Puetz Elise Mrs, 205 Fourth 
ReeS W H Mrs, 25 Second 
Roberts H Mrs, 162U Powell 



PHYSICIANS-MAG- 
NETIC 

Bennett E J Miss, 1049^ Market 
Darrin Drs (S I and K) 113 Stockton 

De Fonseca H C Mrs, 108 

Stockton 
Fish L W Mrs, 111 Geary 
McLennan J D, 1410 Geary 
Morelle H E Mrs, 1229 Mission 
ReeS W H Mrs (oxygen treat- 
ment) 25 Second 
Thomas Frank, 118 Eddy 



PHYSICIANS - SPECIAL 
Abernethy & Co (John Aber- 

nethy and S H Hall) 426 Kearny 
Shipley Prof (tape worm) 765 
Market 



PIANOS AND ORGANS. 
Antisell T M Piano Co, t m 

Antisell proprietor, 24-28 Ellis 
Badger Wm C, agent Hallet, 

Davis & Co's pianos, Geo Woods & 

Co's parlor and vestry organs, 15 

Sansome 
Bowers J T, 719 Market 
Conrad Andrew, 1511 Market 



Itt VkLiol'c? "Explosive for very hakjl> rock and submarine blasting. 
ii {J S\jS. O Hi Gelatine I Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., General Agents, San Francisco. 



phy San Francisco. phy 303 



MOORE'S BATHS 



AND 



HEALTH OFFICE 

MB § Market Street, MM § 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



Thermo-Electric, Steam, Medicated, Hot and Cold Water 

Baths. ' Massage, Electricity, Health-Lift, etc., etc. 

Hours 6 A. M. to 9 P. M. 



OFFICE AND FAMILY PRACTICE: 

THE M©BMAii OT® 



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Visits to any part of City or Coast. Bath Cab- 
inets and other appliances furnished. 



The SANITARIUM will seek out the Causes of Diseases 
and endeavor to remove them. 



Heating and Ventilation of all Buildings a Specialty. 

Books on "RATIONAL MEDICINE," " THE NATURAL CURE," "THE 
TRUE HEALING ART," and new and superior Food Preparations for sale. 

.A-O-EHSTTS W^HSTTIEID. 



Please call or send Stamp for Pamphlets, Circulars, Tracts, 
Testimonials, Terms and other particulars. 

Address the Manager, D. C. MOORE, M. D., 

1029 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 



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Curtaz Benjamin, 20 OFaneii 

Dewing J & CoUa™. Madl3on 

s and Amasa J Dewing) fa0 * or y^ 

a „d 16 Golden Gate ave, office 420 

and *22 Bush 

Eaton Charles 8. 735 Market 

EnVUiger & Co (Charles Ensinger and 

Benry Tillmann) 827 Howard 
Fay Robert. 1715 Mission 
Caligher J E, 907 Mission 

Cram Thy sen, 132 Ninth 

Hemme & Long, also dealers in 

sheet music, 735 Market 
Hornung C C, 917 Mission 

Kohler & Chase, 137 and 139 

Post 
LongSH, 1643 Polk 
Mauzy Byron, agt Pacific Coast Peek 

& Son pianos, 107 and 109 Post 

Neumann Adolph, importers 

German upright pianos, S2 JNiutn 
Rudolf G & Co (E C Walter) 3242 Mis- 
sion 
Schell G L Mrs, 18 Post 
Schmitz W, 1155 Mission 

Spencer F W & Co, 25 Fifth 

Woodworth, Schell & Co (Geo W 
Schell) 508 Geary 



Fisher Packing Co (J H Fisher Sr and 

J H Fisher Jr) 509 Commercial 
Gleed Ambrose, 943 Folsom _ 

PaciflcVinegarand Pickle 

Works, J L Koster manager, fac- 
tory 415 Fulton, office 323 Front 
San Francisco Pickle Works, Win Von 
Voss pies, OJl Sansome 

Shrakkart Chas & Son, 718 

Bryant 
West Coast Pickle and Vinegar Works, 

J Krattinger propr, D R Provost 

mgr, 72-78 Oregon 
Wulff Peter, 107 Sacramento 



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137 and 139 Post Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 
Vents for Decker Bros, and other first-class 
Pianos. Also for Mason and Hamlin and other 
first-, hiss Organs. Prices low for cash or instal- 
ments. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all 
kinds of Musical Instruments, 



PIANO AND ORGAN 
MANUFACTURERS. 

Caligher J E 



907 Mission 



J. E. CALIGHER, 

Manufacturer of 

Upright Pianos 

UNEXCELLED 

For Durability, Finish, and Quality of Tone. 

Written guarantee for five years. 

907 Mission St. opp Mint. 



South End Pickle Works, 

JWo. 718 Bryant Street, 

Between 5th and 6th , San Francisco, Cat. 

CHAS. SHUAKKAET & SON. 

Sour-Kraut Pickles, Ketchup, Horseradish 
Mustard, W. Sauce, Vinegar, Oil, etc. 
City and Country Ord ers promptly attended to 

PICTURE AND LOOKING 
GLASS FRAME MANU- 
FACTURERS- 

Aiken James C, 436 Hayes 
Armstrong B A & A-J, 955 Market 
Baker Augustus, 742 Mission 
Baxter FU & Co (F C Baxter and Jas 
W Hudelson) 432 Sutter 

Burkardt Max, 5*5 and 547 

Washington 
Cohen Herrman, 19 Dupont 

Currier Amos, 103 Stockton 

Drady D, 230 Fourth 

Dressier & Thiesse (Bruno Dressier and 

Albert Thiesse) 731 Mission 
Dubernet Bros, 915 Mission 
Cump S & C, 581 Market 
Hausmann Bros (Siegfried and Bern- 
hard) cor Market and Sansome 
Hunt PI, 1530 Polk 

King Michael, 147 Ellis 

Knop Charles, 423 Washington 

Lewis Abe, 1215 Stockton 

Lippi Brothers (Pietro and Ame- 

deo) 749 Market 
Lofstad Chas, 1065 Market 
McDermott J & Co (J McDermott and 

John D'Aroy) 1113 Market 

McEachren & Rowe (B D 

McEachren and Wm H Rowe) 132 

Main 
McGowan John, 591£ Sixth 
Morris & Kennedy (Wm Morris and 

John F Kennedy) 19 and 21 Post 
Munter Joseph, 1047 Folsom 
Perry S A & Co, 624 and 1025 Market 



PICKLES-MANUFACT 

URERS 

Asmann Adolph, also caviar, 

dairy produce, etc, 69 and 70 Califor- 
nia Market 
Dolder L F Mrs, also manufact- 
urer German senf-gurken, 925 Wash- 
ington 

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Madison B H, 271 East 
Sparks William, 7 Mission 

METAL ROOFERS 
Cronan & Dunbar (W.n Cronan 

and James Dunbar) 1213 and 1215 
Market 

MOULDING 

Miller & Hamilton, 221 .Spear 

NAUTICAL INSTRU- 
MENTS. 

Roach John, 429 Montgomery 

NEWS DEALERS 

Cornnell S G, 612 Montgomery 
Goldsmith Julius R, 1000^ Market 
Scott James C, 22 Third 

NEWSPAPERS 
Biesta Federico, editor La 

Patria 

Der Californische Volks 

freund, Diepenbrock Bros & Doe- 
ing publishers, 1150 Market 
La Patria> the organ of the Ital- 
ians of the Pacific Coast, Federico 
Biesta editor, 620 Washington 

Pacific Herald of Holi- 
ness. H W Stowe agent, 607 Cali- 
fornia 



Pacific Veteran (The) J c Hall 

proprietor, J J Lyou editor, 502 
Washington 

San Francisco Journal of 

Commerce. E M Murphy man- 
ager, 411 California 

San Francisco Law Jour- 
nal Stockwell & Co proprietors, 
320 Sansome, rm 40 

San Francisco Sunday 

World. 608 Market 

Weekly Sun (The) Sun Publishing 
Co, 214S Mission 

WOOd and Iron, S L Everett pub- 
lisher an I proprietor, 606 Clay 

NOTARIES PUBLIC 

Ford F C, Presidio 

Kingwell Joseph F, 422 

Montgomery 

OIL- 

Union Oil Company, Oscar V Gerzabek 
mgr, 313 and 315 Front 

PAINTERS- CARRIAGE, 
HOUSE AND SIGN 

Donovan M J & J J, 1171 Market 
MiliS & JoneS, 1023 Market 
Wilder Charles B, 25 Steuart 



MILLS * JONES, 

Sign and Pictorial Painter 

STREET CAR AND FENCE ADVERTISERS. 
OIL CLOTH H1GHVS, Banners, Etc. 

Country Orders Promptly Filled. 
1023 MARKET STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. 



PAINTERS-FRESCO 
Moretti & Trezzini, 71 and 72 

St Ann's Building 

Schroeder & Kilemeher, 

S57 Mission 

PATENT MEDICINES 

Ashford Frank, proprietor Ash- 
ford's electric oil, 616 Sacramento 

McLean E W & Cod W Mc- 
Lean and W H Cook) proprietors 
Warren's London corn cure, 131 
Larkin 

Needham W C, manager D 
Needham & Son's Red Clover Busi- 
ness, post-office box 2428 



rpHE LEADING AND OLD- 
1 est Patent Solicitor (Es- 
^ffJgjjJTJi tablished 1S62). 

[ G^^ M CWMSM1TH 

t^32rjjsjTfir//«. i Attorne .v anfi Couri8elor-at" 
w*V? T-r-fS/ Law. 

(gf 224 Sansome Street, 

*^ San Francisco. 

PATENT SOLICITOR 

Smith C W M, 224 Sansome 

PHOTO ENGRAVERS 

San Francisco Photograving Co, 659 
Clay 



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PHYSICIANS 

Allen George L\ 26$ Kearny 

Carp, nter F B, 32 O'Farrell 

Cashing Clint m, 63l> Sutter 

De VeCChi PaolO. 700 Broadway 

Douglas W A, l'-'G O'Farrell 

Eaton J M, 121 Post 

Hergarten C H, m6 Mission 

McCarthy Wm D, S43 Mission 
Olli no Giuseppe 700 Broadway 
Pring Ernest. S\V cor Tenth and Folsom 

Shipley Prof, 122 Post 

Shorb J C, Fourth nr Market 
Tucker J C, Fourth nr Market 
Von BuelOW F, 1^13 Mission 

PICTURE FRAMES PICT 

URES AND MIRRORS 
Blum, Eppstein & Co, 126 

Kearny 
Perry & CO, 624 and 1025 Market 
Reuter W Rohman, 406 and 408 Market 
Vickery W K, 631 Market 

PIPE 
Brick, Tile and Terra Cot- 

ta Co (The) cor Seventh and Market 



PLUMBING AND GAS 
FITTING 

Bush & Mallett 316 Sutter 

Langrehr H C & Co, 14 Com 

mercial 

POULTRY 

Zammitt P, 513 and 515 Wash- 
ington 



SANTA ROSA 

POULTRY AND GAME DEPOT, 

513 and 515 Washington Street, 

San Francisco. 

Goods Delivered Free. 



P. ZAMMITT, Proprietor. 



JOHN SKINKER 

256 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

AGENT FOR 

Dupontfs MINING, BLASTING, COMMON, 

And Celebrated Brands SPORTING 



THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. 

Cartridges, Brass and Paper Shot Shells, Primers, 

Percussion Caps, etc 

EA©I,E SAFETY FUSE. 

Triple Tape, Double Tape, Single Tape, Cement Nos. 1 And 2 

Waterproof, Submarine and Hemp Brands. 

NOBEL'S DETONATORS OR GIANT CAPS, 

DOUBLE AND TRIPLE FORCE. 



POWDER COMPANIES 
California Vigorit Powder 

Co, J S Lambert secretary, 327 Pine 



English, Wright & Lu kens 

(W D English, G B Wright and Ed 
Lukens) general agents California 
Vigorit Powder Co, 327 Pine 



Judson Powder Improved ^^nTA^ ^^MSW 



Stoltz's Walnut Cosmetic 



Darkens <» ray or Sandy Hair 
and WliisUriN to Perfection. 



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Quirk D J, 131 Fourth 
Raphael H, 923 Howard 
Rowe William H, 132 Main 
Ruthrauff A T, 765 Mission 
Sanborn, Vail & Co, 857 Market 
Schussler Bros (Toby and Henry) 727 

Market 
Shaddock Thomas, 119 Sixth 
Stone & Steineggt r (Mark L Stone and 

Robe rt A Steiuegger) 429 Montgomery 
Wuestefeld August, 108 Taylor 



M. KBNG, 

King's Art Gallery. 

PAINTINGS AM ENGRAVINGS 

147 Ellis Street, near Mason, S. F. 



Frames of all kinds made to order. Old Frames 
and Mirrors regilded. 



PIPE-DRAIN, GAS, HY 
DRAULIC, SEWER 
AND WATER 

Allen W R, 414 Market 

Browell Jeremiah, 727 Mont- 

g ornery 
Clark N & Sons (Nehemiah, Geo 

Dand Albert V) 22 California 
Clawson L E, 1310 Market 



GLADDING;McBEAN&CO 

I^KR ft I3BO MARKET ST. 



Hobrook, Merrill & Stet 

SOn> cor Market and Beale 
Huntington, Hopkins & Co, cor Bush 

and Market 
Jewell A M & CO, Berry bet 

Third and Fourth 
McDonald M, 19 Montgomery 
Miier & Wiusor, NE cor Larkin and 

Market 

Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 

Prag Martin, 215 Clay 

RanSOme E L, 402 Montgomery 
Richards Seth, 39-43 Stevenson 

San Francisco Sewer Pipe 

Association, 1358 Market 

Selby Smelting and Lead 

Co, ^16 Montgomery 

Smith Francis & Co, 130 Beale 

•'--teen E T, H3 Mission 

Tall On C J, '23 California, rm 16 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

Battery 

Thomson & Evans, no and 

1 12 Beale 
Tracy Bros, w s Eighth bet Market and 

Mis-ion 
Williams J B, 1340 Market 
Woodin & Little, 509 and 511 Market 



PLANING MILLS 

Beane & Parrish (Joe Beane and N Par- 

rish) 30-34 Spear 
Bolander L Ph, U8 Mission 
Bradbury William B, 556-572 Brannan 
Chace Henry B, 126 Main 
Coop Jno, Fifth bet Bryant and Brannan 
Fulda BrOS (H C and L R) 30-40 

Spear 
Hansen M & A, Berry nr Sixth 
Hardenburgh Isaac, 134 Main 
Harris Mathew, 566-572 Brannan 
Jewell A M & Co, Berry bet 

Third and Fourth 
Kincaid L S & Son, 37 and 39 Main 

Knorp Albert F, 120 and 122 

Main 
McKay P B, 512 and 514 Fifth 
Meeker W A. ss Bryant nr Fifth 
Miller & Hamilton (W N Miller and J 

W Hamilton) 221 Spear 
Stockton, A Washburn propr, Berry 

bet Fourth and Fifth 
Wells, Russell & Co (Asa R Wells and 

Monson Russell) SW cor Mission and 

Fremont 
Weston Charles W, 764 Bryant 
Wllkie Andrew, cor Mission and 

Fremont 



M. HANSEN. A. HANSEN. 

M. & A. HANSEN, 

PACIFIC PLANING MILL 

Berry St., near 6th, San Francisco. 

Mill Work of all Kinds. Scroll Sawing, Planing, 
Shaping-. All kinds of House Finish made to or- 
ner. Turning, Brackets and Mouldings. Also. 
Sash Doors and Blinds. Telephone No. 306">. 



PLASTER 

Gould & Hill (W Gould and B S Hill) 

19 Market 
LUCaS & CO (John and William 

Lucas) 215 and 217 Main 
Witts William, 77 Ninth 



PLASTER DECORA 
TIONS 

Kellett & McMurray (Samuel 

Kellett and J P McMurray) 763 Market 
Kemp VV E, 1043 Market 
Mencarini D, 911 Mission 



PLASTER MILLS 

Golden Gate- Lucas & Co proprie- 
tors, 215 and 217 Main 
Holmes (The H T) Lime Co, 16 Market 



BARNARD'S 

20 



BUSINESS /C 
COL.L.JHU12, HO 



•KSBK'S.F. Send for Circular. 



Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St, 



Sample* of SEW TmPF 
(■OOlts SE\T t IlJjLi. 



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PLASTERERS 

Bulger John, 6 Golden Gate ave 

Kedian P, 608^ Nineteenth 

Le»- James M, 1046 Folsom 

Master Plasterers' Association, 320 Post 

Rabeaux Louis, 1015 Washington 

Witts Wm, 77 Ninth 



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PLATED WARE 

Becht Geo J, 122 Market 

Denniston E C, 653 and 

Mission 

Rogers William Manu- 
facturing CO, A I Hall & Son 
agents, 530 Market 

Schulz & FiSCher, 513 Market 

PLATE GLASS 
Rosenbaum Fr H & Co (Fr 

H liosenbauui and Geo Nelle) whole- 
sale and retail window glats, mirrors, 
etc, 567 Market 
Wedeles I W, basement 42 O'Farrell 



PLATERS-GOLD AND 
SILVER. 

(See alsoGold, Silver and Nickel Platers. ) 

Denniston E C> 655 Mission (see 

page 198) 
Grimm & Nolan, proprietors San 

Francisco Novelty Plating Co, 21 

Stevenson 



SAX FRAXCISt'O 

NOVELTY PLATING CO. 



Silver Plated Amalgamating Plates for Saving 
Gi>ld. Gold Medal awarded Gold, Silver and 
Nickel PKters. 

CRIMM & NOLAN, 

21 Stevenson street, S. V. 



PLEATING. 
Baker Sarah S M rs, 430 Sutter 

Hagerty John, 9 Geary 



PLUMBERS AND GAS- 
FITTERS. 

Adams & Pritchard (L O Adams and F 

L Pritchard) 505 Davis 
Ahlbach Jacob, 231 Fourth 
Bailey S C, 1623 Fillmore 
Bailey & O'Donnell (Thomas Bailey and 

Thomas O'Donnell) 532 Hayes 



Barman Charles, 117 Fifth 

Baumsteiger A, 1623 Post 

Bennett Wm, 1015 Clay 

Blackmail M J, 225 Hayes 

Bohn John, 112 Seventh 

Boyd Edward T, NE cor O'Farrell and 
Jones 

Boyle Edward, 40 Dorland bet Seven- 
teenth and Eighteenth and cor Guer- 
rero and Dolores 

Braunlich Julius, 103 Ninth 

Bush David, 316 Sutter 

Butler J F, 4.S5 Hayes 

Butterworth J B, 1S09 Polk 

Butterworth John W, 1139^ Folsom 

Cadman Charles K, 1214 Polk 

Casey & Gysin (J J Casey and Albert 
Gysin) 520 Davis 

Caulfield H, 510 Bryant 

Clark Thomas & .Son, 611 McAllister 

Cline Wm, 2104 Fillmore 

Connor John H, 528 Third 

Craig J H, 256 Ellis 

Craig John K, 226 Ellis 

Crosthwaite M H, 2124 Fillmore 

Cusick J E, 939 Mission 

Daniel Wm L, 234 Post 

David August, 1103 Stockton 

Day Thomas & Co, 122 Sutter 

Demers & Eisner (Eusebe Demers and 

Philip Eisner) 30->i Fourth 
Dodge Henry W, 1030 Sutter 
Doherty J, 3l5 Kearny 

Donnelly & Robinson (Edw 

Donnelly and Thomas Robinson) 60S 

Lark in 
Downes Charles, 41 Second 
Eccles John C, 2124 Mission 
Ellis F C, 2002 Market 
Enright Wm, 39 Sutter 
Farrell John T, 446 Valencia 
Forsyth VV C, 1077 Market 
Freeman & Wrin, 326 Third 
Fritz & Kean (E N Fritz and M C Kean) 

1 30 Geary 
Gainford Thomas, 4 Golden Gate ave 
Gallagher Charles J, 208 Ninth 
Gitiin John, 3015 Mission 
Goger Charles, 221 Dupont 
Gray John T, 230 Sutter 
Griswold & Heuderson (C F Griswold 

and Frank Henderson) 3240 Mission 
Groffman C P, 208 Twenty-fourth 
Groom & O'Brien (J P Groom and W P 

O'Brien) 1013 Valencia 
Guthrie Geo, 234^ Fifth 
Hagenmeyer & Heinz (E T Hagenmeyer 

and Conrad Heinz) 311 Montgomery 

ave 

Hayes Thomas, i528Poik 
Healy Timothy J, 532 Bush 

Hildebrand Conrad, 181 Sixteenth 
Hobro W D.728 Washington 



"Judson Powder m SB®!F&:sil!3&*&.S}l 



. Railroads. 

neral Agents, S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



4541-427 Market Street, Xole Agent** for 
Dedericli's Perpetual HAY l'l{l>sl.S. 



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Horigan & Brother, 1G12 Leavenworth 
Hufschmidt Louis & Bro, 637 Clay 
Ickelheimer S, 634 Geary 
Irelan & Sewell (W Irelan and T Se- 

well) 334£ Sutter 
Johnston James, 755 Mission 
Jones Wm H, 502i Ellis 
Keating Thomas \V, 2205 Mission 
Keegau James, 813 Stockton 
Kenney Geo G, 1406 Geary 

Kerner Frank, 1032 Valencia 

Kerrisou Robert, 2o0(i£ Mission 

Kueass Edward D, 29 Taylor 

Koch Adam, cor 24th and Chattanooga 

Lane W E, 505 Kearny 

Lasswell M D, 765 Mission 

Levy Bros (Julius and Henry) 439 Bush 

Lowrie John, 225 Golden Gate ave 

Luess C, 531 Fourth 

Manders Joseph, 952 Mission 

Manning Thomas M, 817 Battery 

McCarthy Chas P, 1219 Fillmore 

McCloskey James, 713 Turk 

McCotmick John F, 313^ Sutter 

M Iutyre Wm, 242 Sutter 

McKewen P, 114 Turk 

Median Charles W, 652 Sacramento 

Moenning Giinther, 612 Octavia 

Monaghan Thomas, 1432 California 

Murphy Daniel L & Co, 126 

Eddy 
Murtha William, 1417 Buchanan 
O'Brien Michael, 432 Geary 
O'Brieu P R, 334 Pine 
O'Donnell J W & Co, 711 Sutter 
O'Neil John N, 80 J Twenty -fourth 
O'Shea James J, 439 Valencia 
Packscher Joseph A, 2107 Fillmore 
P ul P D, 1331 Mission 
Peterson & Stuhr (Sibbert Peterson and 

Chas G Stuhr) 615 Larkin 
Petterson Martin, 1404 Pacific 
Platz Edward, 317£ Dupont and 1818 

Devisadero 
Pot.hotf William S, 1309 Mission 
Qlligg J as, SW cor Fourth and 

Howard 
Raisch Fred, 1525 Howard 
Rehn Chas, 214 Sixteenth 
Reilley Chas J, 214 Montgomery ave 
Reineger Chas, 1435 Bush 
Ribolsi & Cavagnaro (Paul Ribolsi and 

John Cavagnaro) 440 Broadway 
Rive Richard, 107 Geary 
Rickman William F, H34 Mission 
Riley J J, 1221 Valencia 
Ro<_'gia John, 440 Broadway 
Ross Thomas, 316 Bush 
Ruddock Andrew J, 829 Sutter 
.Schafer & Grenin»er (F Schafer and G 

Greuinger) 542 Fourth 
Sehuppert A L, 1206 Pacific 
Shepard Bros (James and William) 108 

and 110 LeidesdorfF 



Snook G & E, 630 Sacramento 

Snook W S h Son, 554 Clay 

Stine D, 443 Jessie 

iStoutenbu g Isaac A, 117 Washington 

Sweeney & Keiiis (G C Sweeney and 

T Kerns) 623 California 
Vance Robert A, 623 Geary 
Waguer & Broad (George Wagner and 

Edward Bro..d) 233 Montgomery ave 
Ward & Markgraf (P F Ward and F 

Markgraf) 1715 Market 
Waters & CO(PT Waters) 922 

Larken 
Weekes W J J, 1528 Stockton 
Wempe H, 2506 Mission and 239 Sev- 
enth 
Wild & Spear (F Wild and L E Spear) 

14 Steuart 
Williams S G & Sons (S G, Stephen G 

Jr and Edward W) 325 Fourth 
Williamson D, Railroad ave bet Bahama 

and Corea 
Williamson H, 28 Natoma 
Williamson Henry, 327 Sutter 
Wilson James S, 405 Hayes 
Wilson William F, 25 Stockton 
Wolff Marcus, 1838 Howard 
Wyne Martha, 2007 Fillmore 

Zimmer John, 2550Foisom 
PLUMBER^MATERIALS- 

Allen W R, 414 Market 
BUjh David, 316 Sutter 
IVicNally L, ; dso importer, 526 

California 
Snow Roland W, 116 Front 
Tay Geo H & CO, 614-618 Battery 

PNEUMATIC CLOCKS. 

Wenzel Rudolph, 328 Kearny 

PORK PACKERS 

(See Provision Packers) 



POTTERIES 

California Pottery and Terra Cotta Co 
(Miller & Windsor) NE cor Larkin 
and Market 

Clark H & Sons, 22 California 

Michigan Bar Pottery (J b 

Williams) 1340 Market 

Mission Pottery Co (Tracy Bros & Co) 
20 and 22 E ghth 

Ray W S & CO (W S Ray and W 
B Anderson) agents Albion Pottery, 
Antioch and Newark, Cal, also stoves 
and tinware, 12 and 14 Market 



ST. DAVIDS, 190 Rooms, 



715 Howard St., nr. Third, San Francisco. No bet- 
ter or cleaner rooms in the city. Open all night 



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133 Spear Street, S. F. 



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Horan, 78 and 79 Centre 



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Ambrose & 

Market . , 

AngiUS John P. a lso wholesale 
and retail dealer in butter and eggs, 1 1 
Pacific Fruit Market 

Armknecht Louis, 76 and 77 Centre 
Market _ 

Auradou A L & Co (A L Auradou) 515 
Merchant . 

Beaven B, 34 and 35 Mission Market 

Benton C L & CO (C L Benton 
and J? Austin) 135, 6b and 67 Califor- 
nia Market IB -IT 

Boisson & Lartigau, 15, 17 

and 19 San Francisco Market 
Burbank Albert E, 43 and 44 California 

Market 
Cardinet E H & Co, 85 California 

A 1 ark fit 

Cassor & King (Peter Cassor and 

Martin King) 543 Merchant 
Connolly Thomas, 7, 9 and 11 San 

Francisco Market 
Cox Charles, 81 and 82 California 

Market 
Dutfey & O'Brien (C E Duffey and T 1 
O'Brien) 3 and 4 California Market 
i Goldstone J, 28 and 29 Grand Western 

Market , m , 

Goldstone P B, 11 and 12 Grand Western 

Market 
I Goodman David, 76, 77 and 78 Califor- 
nia Market 
Goss M & Co (M Goss, Joseph fepiten 

and Patrick Zammitt) 422 Clay 
Harris F W, 32 Grand Central 

Market 
Harris & Meyer (Herman Harris and 

Joe Meyer) 22 Centre Market 
Hixson H B & Co (H B Hixson and A 
Menke) 48 and 49 Washington 
Market 
Kaphan CeO, 33 Grand Central 

Market 
Lemoine Frank, 2 and 6 San Francisco 
Market 

McDonnell Patrick, 10 Grand 

Central Market 
I McGuire John, 63 and 64 Centre 
Market 
Miller Bernard, 85 and 86 Centre Market 

Mowry R D & Co (Richard D 

Mowry ) 103 and 104 California Market 
Murphy Patrick, 74 and 75 Centre 

Market 
Nutting Walter, 7, 8, 9 and 10, Grand 

Western Market 
Roberts D & Co (Dominic and Joseph 

Roberts) 510 Sansome 
Sui Francisco Poultry Co, 405 Kearny 
Sanders Sol A, 80 and SI Centre Market 



Spotorno G P, 

Market 
Strasser A, Bay 

Market 
Tiaffay Geo & Co (Geo 

Pacific Fruit Market 
Wehser Henry, 58 and 59 Grand 

Central Market 

Whinter & Thaler, cor Sutter 



City Market, 1134 
Tiaffay) 10 



and Dupont 



POWDER MANUFACT 

TJRERS. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co 

(Julius Bandmann and Hans Nielsen) 
agents Giant Powder Co, 210 Front i 
Beaver George W, 418 California 

California Powder Works, 

N G Kittle president, John F JLonse 
secretary, 230 California 

California Vigorit Powder Co, J S Lam- 
bert sec, Halleck Block, 320 San- 
some 

Connor J M & Co (J M Connor and S 
B Laughlin) 1571 Market 

Dupont's Mining, Blast 
ing and Sporting Pow 

der, John Skinker agent, 256 Mar- 
ket 
English, Wright & Lukens (W D En- 
glish, G B Wright and Ed G Lukens) 
gen agts California Vigorit Powder 
Co, 327 Pine 

Giant Powder Co, Bandmann 

Nielsen & Co general agents, 210 
Front, office 4 California 
Granite Powder Co, A Halsey sec, 328 
Montgomery 

Hercules Powder Co, n g 

Kittle president, John F Lohse secre- 
tary, 230 California 

Nobel's Ciant Caps, John 

Skinker agent, 256 Market 

Safety Nitro Powder Co, 

H P Sonntag manager, 430 California 
Skinker John, agent Dupont's 
Powder, 256 Market 

Tonite Powder Co, Ralph l 

Shainwald secretary, 310 California 
Utah POWder CO, Julius Hans 
miester president, S C Buckbee sec- 
retary, 430 California 

Vulcan Powder Co, J Baum 

president, Wm White secretary, 216 
California 

PRESS ASSOCIATION 

Associated Press, A Richardson agt, 302 
Montgomery, rm 33 






I. S. VAN WINKLE & CO., 



413-415 

Market St. 



IRON, STEE1, ETC. 



STOLTZS WALNUT COSMETIC 



Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
to Perfection. Doi'H NOT WASH OFF 



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PRESSES-BALING, HAY 
AND HOPS 

Price PreSS CO- Truman, Isham 
& Hooker managers, 421 Market " 

Truman, Isham & Hooker, 

421-427 Market 



PRINTERS-BOOK AND 
JOB. 

Alexander Leo E, 202 Bush 
Allison J C, 802 Montgomery- 
Bacon & Company (Jacob Bacon and 
James E Ager) 50S Clay and 509 San- 
some 
Baird & Henderson (James M Baird 
and John Henderson) 320 Sansome 
and 419 Sacramento 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Market 

Barber A, 100 Montgomery ave 

Barry James H, also publisher 

Weekly Star, 429 Montgomery 

Bosqui Engraving and 

Printing CO (The) Edward Bos- 
qui manager, 523 Clay and 518 Com- 
mercial 
Brodie J R (J & Brodie & Co) NW 

cor Sacramento and Sansome 
Brodie J R & CO (J R Brodie and 
Samuel Valleau) N W cor Sacramento 
and Sansome 
Brown L A, 215 Bush 
Brown William C, 320 Sansome 
Bruce Donald, 618 Sacramento 

Brunt & Fisher (Walter N 

Brunt and Chas W Fisher) 515 Bush 
Bumm & Levy (George W Bumm and 
Chas Levy) 529 Clay 

C rleton S B, 150] Pine 

Carlos White Printing Co (Carlos White 

and D J Keefe) 320 Sansome 
Chaignean, Labadie & Bretonnel (Alf 

Chaigneau, Ed L Labadie, and J V 

Bretonnel) 4 Sutter 
Chapman & Kibbe (W M Chapman and 

Ceo R Kibbe) 223 Kearny 
Clack William & Co (William Clack and 

E A Wallazz) 509 Hayes 
Crandall & Jones (C L Crandall and J C 

C Jones) 114 Dupont 

Crocker H S & Co, 215 Bush 

Croudace Frederick W. (320 Merchant 
Cubery & CO (William M Cubery) 

also dealers in address cards for all 

societies, 415 Market below First 
Culverwell Stephen, 1325 Ellis 
Dammann J & Co (J Dammann) 535 

California 
Dean E B & Co (Evans B Dean, Geo 

Searle and Horace A Candy) 402 

Montgomery 



Dempster Brothers (C R and S R) 9 Bond 

Dickman, Jones & Het 

trich, 532 Commercial 
Dougherty P E & Co (P E Dougherty 

and E P Small) 412 Commercial 
Eagan John P, 429 Montgomery 

Eastman Frank & Co (W" H 

Eastman and M Shannon) 509 Clay 
Fischer F L & CO, 518 Sacra 

mento 
Francis, Valentine & Co (D B Francis, 

S D Valentine and E W Goggin) 517 

Clay 
Goldstein L & Co (L Goldstein and J 

C Kernan) 324 Pine 
Gordon C W, 320 Sansome 
Griffith & Sons, 1035 Howard 
HaganS CeO W (music) 535 Clay 
Hawks N C & Co (N C Hawks) 410 

Kearny 
HigginS J M, also bookbinders, 

525 Clay 
Hinton Wm M & Co (Wm M and W M 

Hinton Jr) 536 Clay 
HolliS & HayS, 2222 Mission 
Horn Hong & CO, also litho- 
graphers, Chinese notices and circulars, 

correct translations made, 731 Wash- 
ington 
Howard J W, 429 Montgomery 
Hughes E C, 511 Sansome 
Jephson Joseph O, 739 Market 
Kerr D, 608 Market 
Knarston John H, 529^ Washington 
Lafontaine A J, 625 Merchant 
Lam bom L H, 15 Julian ave bet 

Fourteenth and Fifteenth and Mission 

and Valencia 
Leary A J, 402 and 404 Sansome 
Leo & Lynch (J H Leo and J H Lynch) 

1150 Market 
Lieb Chas, 532 Commercial 
Lyon & Foster (H L Lyon and W H 

Foster) 508 Sacramento 
McCormick Bros (James A and Frank L) 

636 Clay 
Mouson B H, 506 C<nnmercial 
Munk M, 805 Mission 

Murdock C A & Co (0 A Mur 

dock and L Crackbon) 532 Clay 

Neal Geo F & Co (Geo F and R W Neal) 
415 Montgomery 

Nevin C W & CO, also book- 
binders, 532 Commercial 

Parsons Horace G, 532 Clay 

Pearsall W M, 35 Sutter 

Peplow & Goodwin (E A Peplow and 
C H Goodwin) 521 Clay 

Quane J F, 424 Clementina 

Raveley S W, 518 Clay 

Rosenthal' & Roesch (L Rosenthal and 
Louis Roesch) 419 Sacramento 



Hobbs, Wall 8 Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, 



314 SHEAR 
Street, ». f. 



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Rossi S J, 533 Green 
San Francisco Printing and Advertising 
Cq (H L De Forrest) 120 Sutter. 

Schmidt Label and Litho- 
graphic CO, 27 and 31 Main 

Shaw & Cooper (D F Cooper and R C 
Shaw) SOS Sacramento 

Shine Daniel J, 535 Clay 

Spaulding Ceorge & Co 

(George Spaulding and Dwight Ger- 
main) also wood engraving, litho- 
graphing, etc, 414 Clay 

Stanley D S & Co, 543 Clay 

Sterett B F, 532 Clay 

The Carlos White Printing Co (Carlos 
White & D J Keefe) 320 Sansome 

Thomas P J, 505 Clay 

ToV-ey Wm H H, 605 Montgomery 

Torras V A & Co, 414 Sacramento 

Upton Bros (Vernon and Thos B) 429 
Montgomery 

Valleau Samuel (J R Brodie & 

Co) also supervisor Twelfth Ward, 
NW cor Sansome and Sacramento 

Waters Ceorge, 2507 Mission 

and 114 Clipper 

Weinert A J, 29 Kearny 

WeisS Mar key, Oriental Print- 
ing House, English, French, German, 
Greek, Hebrew, etc, 5'J5 Commercial 

Williams, Hill & Co (Joseph Williams 
and Samuel Hill) 1106 Mission 

Winterburn & Co (Joseph Winterburn 
and Wm Hoffschneider) 417 Clay 

Women's Co-operative Printing Office 
(Mrs L G Richmond & W P Rich- 
mond) 420-430 Montgomery 

WOOd & JackSOn (Jacob Wood 
and Abe Jackson) (juvenile) 216 
Turk 

Woodward W A & Co (Thos 

P Y\ oodward) Alta Printing House, 
522 California 



We invite Country Merchants to send to us for 

BIDS ON JOB PRINTING 

Reliable, Cheap, Durable. 
HOLLIST& HAYS, 

2222 Mission St. San Francisco. 



SAMUEL VALLEAU. .IAS. R. BRODIE. 

J. R. BRODIE & CO. 

STEAM PRINTERS, 

NW. cor. Sacramento & Sansome Sts. 
SAX FH.WCIKCO. 

Booh and Job Work, Plain and Ornamental. Low 
Prices, Neatness and Dispatch, (all and Ex- 
amine. T. Ii phone ■"■116. 



E. C. HUGHES. 

STEAM 

BOOK AND JOB PRINTER 

511 SANSOME ST., 



Corner Merchant, 



SAN FRANCISCO . 



KAAK & REMMERS, 

Dealers in 

FRUITS VEGETABLES 

CHOICE BUTTER AND EGGS, 

1051 Folsom Street, 

Between 6th and 7th, San Francisco. 

Orders delivered free of charge. 



PROVISION PACKERS 

Alaska Salmon Packing and Fur Co, Jas 
Scott agt, 405 Front 

Arnold B E. 1201 Valencia 

Astoria Packing Co (of Astoria, Oregon) 
M J Kinney agt, 22 California 

Aubert Albert, 10 San Francisco Mar- 
ket 

Bailly Bros (Neville and Arthur) 71 Cal- 
ifornia Market 

Banner Packing Co, J B Dean pres, 
NW cor Spear and Folsom 

Bay City Packing and Provision Co, 
Mark St rouse & Co proprs, 1146 Mar- 
ket 

Blum Leon & Co (Leon Blum and E L 
Goldstein) 508 Market and i) Sutter 

Boisson & Lartigau, 15, 17 

and 19 San Francisco Market 
Britten Michael, 427 Hayes 



PRINTERS' MATERIALS 

Dorety Joseph H,529 Commer- 
cial 

Pacific Type Foundry Co, O A Dearing 
sec, 528 Sacramento 

Palmer & Rey, 405" Sansome 

Painter & Co, 510 Clay 

Shattuck E J & Co, 520 Commercial 

Sheehan W L, 516 Commercial 

Tatum & Bowen, 25-31 Main 



PRODUCE COMMISSION 
MERCHANTS 

(See also Merchants — Produce.) 

BalaneSJ C, 107 and 109 Clark 
(see page 273) 

Haak & Remmers, iosi Fol- 
som 



DYNAMITE, V^SSSL. 



Powder. The Only Reliable High 

Bandmann, Nielsen & Co. , General Agents, S. F. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



4«l-427 Market St. Baggies, Carriages. 
Dennett Jump Meats sold to the Trade. 



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Brown & WellS (W H Brown 
and \V F Wells) 30 and 31 California 
Market 

Bunker Robert F, 74 and 75 Cal- 
ifornia Market 

Burgen Gustave, 26 Centre Market 

ChieSa AngelO, 439 Broadway 

Clauss Jacob, 3 and 4 Grand Western 
Market 

Cutting Packing Co, 17-41 Main 

Don hard John, 200 Ninth 

Dodge, Sweeney & Co (H L Dodge, L H 
Sweeney, J E Ruggles and F W Van 
Siclen) 114 and 110 Market and 11 and 
13 California 

Foutana & Co (M J Fontana) proprs 
Columbus Packing Co, 28 and 30 Sac- 
ramento 

Fuchs N, 3 Grand Central Market and 
45 Arcade Market 

Goodwin Charles 15 and 32 

Centre Market 

Hoffman & Woenne (Emii 

Woeune and I L Hoffman) proprietors 
Montgomery Market, 600 Market 

Karluk Packing Co, J Nie- 

baum president, Max Heilbronner 
secretary, 310 Sansome 

KatZ Fred, 94-100 California 
Market 

Kelly C & M, 433 Stevenson 

Maessen W, 2 New Metropolitan Mar- 
ket 

McCullough James, agt Armour Pack- 
ing Co of Kansas City, Mo, 123 Cali- 
fornia 

McEvoy Joe, 336 Tenth 

Merry, Faull & Co (Wm L 

Merry and William Faull) 125 and 

127 California, factory cor Bay and 

Webster 
Michelssen, Brown & Co (Ed Michels- 

sen, B W Brown and D Both) 201 

and 203 California 
Muller & Koenig (Frank Muller 

and George Koenig) 15 and 16 Cali- 
fornia Market 
North Pacific Trading and Packing Co, 

R A Wilson sec, 202 Sansome 
Overland Packing Co, Oscar Jeanson 

gen mgr, 912 and 914 Battery 
Petaluma Packing Co, Field & Stone 

agts, 126 California 
Reinle L, Grand Central Market 

and Grand Arcade Market 
Sacramento River Packing Co, W B 

Bradford mgr, 318 Front 

San Francisco Packing 
and Provision Co (The) F 

W Rossbach proprietor, 513-521 
Washington 



Schammel Packing Co, D L Beck & 
Sons agts, 219 Front 

South San Francisco Packing and Pro- 
vision Co (Chas Nonnenman, Henry 
Mohr and Hanz Kroger) cor Trinidad 
and Yazoo, South S F, office 210 Cal- 
ifornia 

The Oregon Beef Packing and Provision 
Co, G B Mowry mgr, New Hayes 
Valley Market, SW cor Laguna and 
Grove 

Wagner F C & Bro (L and F C) 

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PROVISIONS-WHOLE 
SALE 

Avery D R & Co (Dean R Avery) 18 

and 19 Centre Market 
Bailly Bros (Arthur and Achille) 71 

California Market 
Biot Mary Mrs, 52 Centre Market 

BrOWn & WellS (W H Brown 
and W F Wells) 30 and 31 California 
Market 

Conant Geo B, 44 Centre Market 

Feiling L & CO, a l so commission 

merchants, dairy and general produce, 

324 Llay 
Forsaith E W & Co, 325 Front 
Haggerty Andrew, 39 Centre Market 
Haight Robert & Co, 226 Front 
Heineman & Stern (Elias Heineman 

aud Moses Stern) 908 Larkin 
Hentrich Louis, 513 and 515 Front 
Kane & Heaney (Larnz Kane and John 

Heaney) 1 1 aud 40 Centre Market 
Keefe W W, 320 Davis 
Meade George W & Co (George W 

Meade and Blitz W Paxton) 16 and 

IS Drumm 

Merry, Faull & Co, 125 and 127 

California 
Morlock Fred, 25 Centre Market 

Norton, Risdon & Co (Frank b 

Norton and Robert N Risdon) 407 

Front 
Salvatore Sabastione, 1436 California 
Schnetzler William, 232 Fourth 

Von Ronn & Hencke Bros 

(Wm Von Ronn and H and Win 
Hencke) 409 and 411 Clay and 408 
and 410 Commercial 
Walter George, 313 Fifth 

Whitney C E & Co, 101 and 103 

California 

Witzel & Baker, 320 and 322 

Battery (see page 273) 
Wieland Bros (J and F) 326 and 328 
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PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

Appraisers' Building, NE cor Washing- 
ton and Jack3on 

Bank California, X\Y cor Sansome and 
California 

Belden Block, 137 Montgomery 

Broadway Block, Shepard Bailey propr, 
NE cor Broadway and Kearny 

California Pioneer Hall, Fourth nr 
Market 

Central Pacific Railroad Co's Building, 
N'E cor Fourth and Townsend 

Chronicle Building. M H DeYoung 
propr, NE cor Bush and Kearny 

Custom House, Battery bet Washing- 
ton and Jackson 

Druids' Hall, 413 Sutter 

Independent Order Red Men, 320 Post 

Masonic Temple, NW cor Post and 
Montgomery 

McCreery's, 310 Pine 

Mechanics' Institute, P B 

Cornwall president, 31 Post 
Merchants' Exchange, s s California bet 

Montgomery and Sansome 
Mint U S. NW cor Mission and 

Fifth 
Montgomery Block, SE cor Washington 

and Montgomery 
Morrison's, 324 Pine 
Murphy Block, cor Market and Jones 
Nevada Block, 309 Montgomery 
New City Hall, SE cor McAllister and 

Larkin 

Odd Fellows Building, SW 

cor Seventh and Market 
Old City Hall, Kearny bet Washington 

and Merchant 
PaciricStock Exchange/214 Montgomery 
Phelan Block, junction O'Farrell and 

Market 
Pioneer, w s Fourth nr Market 
Post-office, Washington bet Sansome 

and Battery 
Real Estate Associates' Building, 230 

.Montgomery 
Safe Deposit Building, 32S Montgomery 
San Francisco Stock Exchange, 327 Pine 
Saratoga Ball, 814 (ieiry 

Sherman Building, 606 Mont- 
gomery 

Stevenson Building, SW cor California 
and Montgomery 

Sub-treaSUry, 610 Commercial 

Thurlow Block, 126 Kearny 

Onion Block, 202 Market 



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PUBLISHERS 

(See also Booksellers.) 

F, publishers' agent, 329 



Babcock Jasper, agent ivison, 

Blakeman, Taylor & Co, New York, 
329 Sansome 

Bancroft A L & Co, 721 Mar 

ket 
Bishop & Cucuel (D M Bishop and 
Emile Cucuel) publishers ABC 
Guide, 521 Clay 

Briggs & Harrington (A R 

Briggs and Willard B Harrington) 
proprietors The Grocer and Country 
Merchant, 123 California, rm 33 
Carson Samuel & Co (Samuel Carson 
and L Curran Clark) publishers' agts, 
120 Sutter 

Cavalli Ceorge F, proprietor 

L'Elvezia, 14^ Montgomery ave 
Collier P F, publishers' agt, 14 Dupont 
Dakin Publishing Co (E A Dakin) 320 

Sansome 
Deming H A, agent Butterick 

Publishing Co, 124 Post 
Dewing J & CO (James Dewing) 

420 and 422 Bush 

Duncombe William S (medi- 
cal) 30 Po,t 

Garretson John. 629 Washington 

Cprham & CO, HI Phelan Build- 
ing 

Cunn A F, agent Ivison, Blakeman, 
Taylor & Co (New York) 329 San- 
some • 

Hagans Ceo W, 535 Clay 
Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor 

& CO (New York) A FGunn agent, 

329 Sansome 
Jacobs & Machof, 6U3 Geary 
Jacoby Philo, propr The Hebrew, 612 

Commercial 

Law, King & Law (H and H e 

Law and R S King) 240 Montgom- 
ery 

MacEwen Alex W H, agt University 
Publishing Co of New York, 10(3 
Leidesdorff 

Marriott F & Son, 609 Merchant 

McCarty L P, 706 California 

McKenney L M & Co, pub 

lishers Pacific Coast, State, Territo- 
rial, County, and City directories, 
606 Montgomery 

Occidental PublishingCo, 

F Person manager, 120 Sutter, rm 70 

Pacific Press Publishing 

Co, James W Gardner agent, office 
529 Commercial 
Robertson J D, publisher The 
Footlight and Pacific Trade Journal, 
529 Clay 

Roman A Publishing Co, 

Anton Roman manager, 120 Sutter 



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Publishing CO, publishers San 
Francisco city directory, 518 Clay 

Sanborn Map and Publishing Co (lim- 
ited) C W Morse agt, 434 California 

WentWOrth J P H. publishers 
Resources of California, 320 Sansome 

Whitney Sumner & Co (law) 

613 Clay 

PUMP MACHINERY 
Dow Steam Pump Works. 

114 and 116 Beale 

Golden State and Miners' 
Iron Works, 237-251 First 

PUMPS 
Dow Steam Pump Works, 

Goss & Dow proprietors, 114 and 116 
Beale 
Jewell A Wl & CO (A M Jewell 
and C A and G W Hooper) Berry bet 
Third and Fourth 
KrOgh F W & CO, 51 Beale 
Steen E T, 113 and 115 Mission 
TaflOn C J, 123 California, rm 16 
Tay CeO H & CO, 614-618 Bat- 
tery 

Thomson & Evans, no and 112 

Beale 
Woodin & Little (Eugene Woodin and 
W H Little) 500 and 511 Market 

PURCHASING AGENTS 

Hyman Bros. 206 Front 

Mason John, 511 California and 

331 Montgomery 
Mohr Rudolph, 402 Front 
Perham J P M, 13 Pine 
San Francisco Purchasing Bureau, Mrs 

E L Nevener mgr, 131 Post 

QUARTZ MILL MANU 
FACTURERS. 

(See also Mill and Mining Supplies. ) 

Colden State and Miners' 

Iron Works, 235-257 First 

Hinckley, Spiers & Hayes, 

213 Fremont 

Rankin, Brayton & Co, 127 

First 

Redstone A E & Co, Planet 

Quartz Mill, 1509 Market 

The Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine WorkS, 49 Fremont 

Union Iron Works. 40 1 Market 



QUICKSILVER. 
Langley & Michaels, n\v 

cor Front and Pine 
OlCOVich BrOS, 12 and 14 Front 
Parrott & Co, 306 California 

Redington & Co, 53i Market 
RACE COURSES 

Bay District, off Point Lobos ave bet 

Fourth and Sixth aves 
Ocean, 7 miles SVV from Kearny 

RAILROAD SUPPLIES 
Bedbury Divided Car Axle 

CO, W W Knott president, Leo Pe- 
terson secretary, Geo W Bedbury gen- 
eral manager, 328 Montgomery 
Carter Bros, 10 California 

Combination Railroad Car 

Axle CO, A J Hartford president, 
John E Hamill secretary, office 329 
Montgomery 

Pacific Lamp and Re 

flectOr Factory, Emile Boesch 
proprietor, 5S3 and 585 Mission 
Whitney A & Sons. Williams, Dimond 
& Co agts, 202 Market and 3 Pine 

Williams, Dimond & Co, 202 

Market 

RAILROADS 

Areata and Mad River Railroad Co 
(Areata, Cal) Franz Korbel pres, An- 
ton K')rbel sec, S F office 727 Bryant 

Bodie and Benton Railway and Commer- 
cial Co, William Willis sec, 29 Ne- 
vada Block 

California Pacific, NE cor 

Fourth and Town send 
California and Nevada Railroad Co, J S 
Emery pres, 120 Sutter 

Central Pacific Railroad 

CO, Leland Stanford president, Tim- 
othy Hopkins treasurer, E H Miller 
secretary, NE cor Fourth and Town- 
send 

Humboldt Bay and Eel River Railroad 
Co, John Crockett sec, 327 Pine, rm S 

Los Angeles and San Diego Railroad 
Co, Chas Crocker pres, N T Smith 
treas, J L Willcutt sec, cor Fourth 
and Townsend 

Monterey Railroad Co, Chas Crocker 
pres, J L Willcutt sec, N J Smith 
treas, cor Fourth and Townsend 

North Pacific Coast Railroad Co, John 
W Coleman pres, F B Latham sec, 
327 Pine, rm 1 



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Oregon Pacific, W M Hoag gen mgr, 
30-! Montgomery, rm 7 

Pajaro and Santa Cruz Railroad Co, 
Charles F Crocker pres, A T Smith 
treas, cor Fourth and Townsend 

San Francisco and North 

Pacific. Thomas \Y Johnston sec- 
retary, 430 Montgomery 
San Francisco, Lake County and 
Northern, J H Sayre see, 330 Pine 

San Joaquin and Kern Val- 
ley. S M Holmes secretary and treas- 
urer, 318 Pine, rm 5 

San Joaquin and Sierra Nevada Rail- 
road Co, Edward F Stone sec, 306 
Pine, rm 4 

Santa Cruz and Felton Railroad Co, 
James G Farr pres, foot of Market 

Sonoma Valley. Peter Donahue 
president, Thomas W Johnston sec- 
retary, 430 Montgomery 

South Pacific Coast Rail- 
road CO (narrow-gauge) James G 
Fair president, A E Davis treasurer, 
C S Neal secretary, L Fillmore gen- 
eral superintendent, office foot of 
Market 

Southern Pacific Co of 

Kentucky. Leland Stanford pres- 
ident, Charles Crocker vice-president, 
Timothy Hopkins treasurer, E H 
Miller Jr secretary and coutr, S T 
Gage, Ariel Lathrop, W E Brown and 
S F Douty directors, C F Crocker 
2d vice-president, G L Lansing assist- 
ant coutr, N T Smith assistant treas- 
urer, A N Towne general manager, J 
C Stubhs general traffic manager, NE 
cor Fourth and Townsend 

Southern Pacific Railroad Co (northern 
division) ChasCrocker pres, N T Smith 
trea*, J L Willcutt sec, NEcor Fourth 
and Townsend 

United States Central Railway Co, Ly- 
man Bridges chief engineer, 3G and 37 
Nevada Block 



R AI LR0 ADS-EASTERN 
AGENCIES 

Atlantic and Pacific Fast Freight Line, 
W A Bissell Pacific Coast freight 
agt, H C Bush contracting agt, 4 New 
Montgomery 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co, Peter 
Harvey gen agt, C J Whelan passen- 
ger agt. 222 Montgomery 

Beam P C> general agent Burlington 
route, 3'2 Montgomery 

Chicago and Alton Railroad Co, C 
Macabe agt, S New Montgomery 



Chicago. Milwaukee and 

St Paul Railway (the Cal- 
ifornia short line) Charles E Fair- 
bank traffic agent, 138 Montgomery 

Chicago and North 

Western J Meredith Davies gen- 
• eral agent, 2 New Montgomery 
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific, Clin- 
ton Jones gen agt, 26 Montgomery 

Davies J Meredith, general 

agent Chicago ami Northwestern, 2 
New Montgomery 
Denver and Rio Grande, Wm M Rank 
gen agt, M M Stern ticket agt, 10 
Montgomery 

Fairbank Charles E, Pacific 

Coast traffic agent Chicago, Milwau- 
kee and St Paul Railway, 138 Mont- 
gomery 

Great Burlington Route 

(general overland ticket office) P G 
Beam general agent, T D McKay Pa- 
cific Coast passenger agent, 32 Mont- 
gomery 

HitchCOCk D W, general West- 
ern passenger agent Union Pacific 
Railway, 1 Montgomery 

Kirkland J B. agent Pennsylva- 
nia Railroad and connections, 116 
Montgomery 

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern 
and New York Central and Hudson 
River Railro; ds, Wm Be Dell Pacific 
Coast agt, 26 Montgomery 

Leavy M J. manager Overland Ex- 
cursion Co, 21 New Montgomery 

Logan H C. Pacific Coast freight 
agent (The) Missouri Pacific Railway 
Co. 605 Market 

Louisville, Evansville and St Louis 
Railway, B F Pritchard Pacific Coast 
agt, 607 Market 

McKay T D. Pacific Coast agent 
Burlington Route, 32 Montgomery 

Missouri Pacific Railway 

CO. H B Smith Jr Pacific Coast 
passenger agent, H C Logan Pacific 
Coast freight agent, 605 Market 

Pennsylvania Railroad 

and Connections, J B Kirk- 
land agent, llti Montgomery 

Smith H B Jr, Pacific Coast pas- 
senger agent (The) Missouri Pacific 
Railway Co, 605 Market 

Transcontinental Association, L G 
Cannon gen agt and auditor, Phelan 
Building, 806 Market 

Union Pacific Railway, r> w 

Hitchcock general Western passenger 
agent, 1 Montgomery, under Masonic 
Temple 



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J H "Woodard gen agt, 19 Mont- 
gomery 



RAILROADS- STREET. 
Belt Cable Railway Co of 

California. C G Cutter secretary, 

328 Montgomery 
California Street, NEcor California and 

Larkin 
Central Railroad Co, John F Clark 

supt, 32 Turk 
City Radroad Co, Wm Woodward supt, 

cor Mission and Fourteenth 
Clay Street Hill Railroad Co, Joseph 

Britton pres, C T Campbell sec, SW 

cor Leavenworth and Clay 
Geary Street Railroad Co, Johnson 

Reynolds supt, NE cor Geary and 

Buchanan 
Market Street Cable Railroad Co, H D 

Morton supt, cor Fourth and Town- 
send 
North Beach and Mission Railroad Co, 

M Skelly supt, cor Fourth and Louisa 
Ocean Beach Railroad Co, H D Morton 

supt, cor Fourth and Townsend 
Omnibus Railroad and Cable Co, M 

Martin supt, 727 Howard 
Park and Ocean Railroad Co, H D Mor- 
ton supt, cor Fourth and Townsend 
Potrero and Bay View, H Rogers 

supt, cor Fourth and Townsend 
Presidio and Ferries Railroad Co, Wm 

Clift pres, Union bet Leavenworth 

and Hyde 

Sutter Street Railroad Co, 

•las McCord superintendent, SE cor 
Polk and Sutter 
Telegraph Hill Railroad Co, A Sutro 
pres, Geo Werner supt, 40S Montgom- 
ery 



RANGES 

De la Montanya James, 606 Battery 
Duncan J M, H36 Mission 
Duncan Roberts. L136 Mission 

Holbrook Merrill & Stet- 
son. 225-239 Market 
lis John (t. s|4 Kearny 

Montague W W & Co, 309- 

317 Market 
Hay W S& Co, 12 Market 

Tay George H & Co, 614-618 

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Vasooncellos J J, 524 Washington 

WadhamWB, iaoy Market 

Weaver l> S, 47 Third 

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REAL ESTATE AGENTS 

Adams Edson, 91 and 92 Montgomery 

Block 
Alameda Real Estate Associates, Jas E 

Damon mgr, 436 Montgomery 
Albrecht Joseph Jr, 12 Montgomery 
American Railway Contract and Land 

Improvement "Co (The) H Bartling 

pres, 37 Nevada Block 
Angell A J, 424 Montgomery 
Ash ton Chas, 409 Montgomery 
Atherton Faxon D, 22 Montgomery 
Atkinson Nathan, 330 Pine, rm 5 
Babin Landry C, 612 Commercial 
Bacon Henry D, 305 Sansome 
Baerr Martin, 325 Montgomery 
Bailey J Murray, 302 Montgomery 
Barnard I D, 215 Kearny 
Beach C W & Co (Carmi W Beach) 2033 

Fillmore and 10 Montgomery 
Beatty Samuel G, 314 Montgomery 
Boas Judah, 420 Montgomery 
Bollinger & Orund'es (J C Bollinger and 

John Grundies) 605 Montgomery 
B -lton James R, 618 Merchant 
BOVee, Toy & CO, 19 Montgom- 
ery 
Bowman G F, 440 California 

Boyd & Davis ( Alex Bo y d an(i 

Jacob Z Davis) 126 Kearny 
Boyd & Nichols (W P Rhoades) 33 

Kearny 
Bradford Geo B, 413 Montgomery 
Brandon & Co (W M Brandon and C H 

Covell) 50S Montgomery 
Brown Chas F, 37 Merchants' Exchange 
Brown S H & Co (S H Brown) 30 

Kearny 
Browne Spencer C, 26 Montgomery 
Brumagim J W, 34 Nevada Block 
Brueh E R & Co (E R Brush) 60S Market 
Buckelew & Campbell (M S Buckelew 

and J B Campbell Jr) 235 Kearny 
Bullock L L, 37 Montgomery Block 
Bunster A, also broker, 39 Sutter, 

rm, 2 
Capp C S & Co (C S Capp) 428 Mont- 
gomery 
Camall Nathan C, 26 Mont- 
gomery 

Cavalli George F, i*i Mont 

gomt-iy ave 
Chapin George W, 306 Montgomery 
Chapman Russell, 302 Montgomery 
Chapman Wm S, 306 Pine, rin 6 
("lark Charles K, 41 1 California 
Cobb & Co (H A Cobb) 321 Montgomery 
Cohoe J G & Co, 702 Market 
Comerford J M, junction Valencia and 

Mission 
Cowper W H, 621 Sansome 
CraneAlbart E, 410 Montgomery 
Cummins F M, 115 Kearny 



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Damon Jas E, 436 Montgomery 
Davis John B, 11 Geary 
Decker H C, 850 Market 
Doggett S W, 601) Sacramento 
Donnelly J W & Co (J W Donnelly) 34 

Kearny 
Dore Maurice & Co (Maurice Dore) 410 

Pine 
Duane Charles P, 37 Nevada Block 
Duke J M, 314 California 
Eagle Real Estate Co (formerly F J 

Mayhew & Co) 640 Market 
Easterby A Y, 330 Pine, rms 35 and 36 
Easton & Eldridge (Wendell Easton) 22 

Montgomery 
Edwards George, 108 Leidesdorff 

Emeric Joseph. 621 Sansome 

Finley & CO (Joel K Finley) also 

law collections, 331 Kearny 
Fish J H & Co (J H Fish and J E Far- 

nuni) 528 California 
Fisher Chas C, 327 Pine 
Fitzgerald & Weston (Edward L Fitz- 
gerald and Frank F Weston) 240 

Montgomery 
Flood Michael, 303 Montgomery 
Foucault Victor M, 137 Montgomery 
Frank Chas, 507 California 
Franklin J L, 652 Market 
French J M, agent Wadhams & Elliott, 

206 Front 
Funkenstein Edward, 320 Sansome 
Fuukenstein Julius, 320 Sansome 
Gale J W & Co (J W Gale and J W T 

Morris) 30 Kearny 
Caman & CO (T D Gaman and C 

A Beesley) 5^ Kearny 
Gay Charles, 523 Montgomery 
Gibson C W, 120 Sutter 
Gildemeester J P H, 621 Sansome, rm 6 

Cilmore John H. 304 Montgom 

ery 
Giselman Wm, 636 Clav, rm 2 
Goodman J H, 116 Leidesdorff 
Grannies G W, 24 Montgomery Block 
Green A V, 320 Sausome 

Green J C. a l so general trading 

agent, 224 Montgomery 
Greenwood & Dewolf (M Greenwood 
and Wm M Dewolf) 8 New Montgom- 
ery 
Gn>L'an Alexander B, 705 Sansome 
Cuilfoyle J J, 2937 Mission 
Gnnn Wm J, 410 Montgomery 
Gwynn Wm J, 304 Montgomery 
Haas & Sutherland (A Haas and E 

Sutherland) 402 Montgomery 
Harried JAM, 307 Montgomery 
Harney William, 535 Market 
HanisM&Co (M Harris) 652 Market 
Harvey L G, 640 Market 
Hawxhurst R, 402 Montgomery 
Heal.y Benjamin, 531 California 



Healy & Culver (Wm f Healy 

and Chas G Culver) 28 Phelau Building 
Heuderickson Wm, 160 Third 
Heringhi Bernard, 410 Kearny, rm 5 
Hill John, 402 Montgomery 
Holcomb W B, 40 ( J Montgomery 
Hollis & Hays, 2222 Mission 

Hovenden Thomas. 39 Sutter, 

rm 1 
Howard W H, 523 Montgomery 
Hoyt H & Son (A A Hoyt) 417 Kearny 
Hull H W & COIHW Hull and 

M S Gardner) 62:.' Market 
Hurney J F, 6 i5 Clay 
Johnson Peter, SE cor Twenty- 
fourth and Bryant 
Jones & Co, 413 Kearny 
Kearney M Theo, 22 Montgomery 
Kenny K, 22 Kearny 
Kilpatrick E C, 839 Valencia 
Kirk W H, 434 California 
Klumpke John G, 432 Montgomery 
Krause F, 147 San Bruno Road 
Landry T, 513 Montgomery 
Lane J J, 9 Post and 608 Market 
Lapidge W F, 742 Valencia 
Lawton Wm L, 344 Kearny 
Levitzky D, 652 Market 
Levy Abraham, 22 Sansome 
Levy Jacob, 420 Montgomery 
Levy M B, 432 California 
Lewis J B & Son (Jobn B and 

John B Jr) also insurance brokers, 

436 Montgomery 
Lewis Myer, 320 Sansome 
Livermore Obediah, 137 Montgomery 
Livingston H, 331 Montgomery 
Long F H, 137 Taylor 
Lovell Edward C, 413 Montgomery 
LUCO Juan M, 84 Montgomery 

Block 
Luty F E, 330 Pine, rm 5 
Luty J S, 330 Pine, rm 5 
Lynch H H, 321) Sansome 
Madison & Burke (Martin J and Frank 

H Burke) 304 Sixteenth and 401 and 

403 Montgomery 
Magee Thomas, 20 Montgomery 
Mansfield M, 326 Pine 
Martin J P, 3u5 Sansome 
MaSOn John. 511 California and 

331 Montgomery 
Ma-ten N K, 410 Montgomery 

Matthews & Crooks (W H J 

Matthews and J J Crooks) 611 Clay 
McAfee Bros (C W and L C) 234 Mont- 
gomery 

McAlester & Jones (Wm f 

McAlester and Charles A Jones) 422 

Montgomery 
McAran P, 526 California 
McElroy Robert, 7 Phelan Block 
Mclntyre Wm & Co (Wm Mclntyre) 415 

Montgomery 



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McLaughlin Joseph, 526 

McLaughlin & Co (Geo Mc- 
Laughlin) 526 Kearny 
McKuer D C, 23^ Post 
McWilliams George, 208 Montgomery 
Meagher J J, 30J California, rm l l J 
Menu & Devercy (J H Menu and A F 

Devercy) 609 Sacramento 
Mercer Robt J, 513 California 

Merrell & Martin (U G Merreii 

and S Martin) 36 Phelan Building 
Merrill I M, 328 Montgomery, rm 4 
Mervin P J & Co, 304 Montgomery 

Mexican Colonization Co 

Geo L Edwards agent, AlonzoF Dav- 
idson clerk, 506 Battery 

Middleton John & Son (Samuel P Mid- 
dleton) 116 Montgomery 

Milliken Isaac T, 333 Montgomery 

Mdls Warren H, 307 Montgomery 

Molloy PC, 138 Montgomery 

Moran Thomas, 413 Montgom- 
ery 
Moreal H P & Co (H P Moreal) 402 

Montgomery 
Morgan Robt H & Co (R H Morgan) 

115 Kearny 
Morrell A J, 708 Montgomery 
Morris James, 229 Kearny 
Morrow R F, 414 California 
Moxley C G, 238 Montgomery 
Murphy D W & Co (D W Murphy) 608 

Market 
Nicoll Wm, 413 Montgomery 
O'Farrell John J, 624 Sacramento 
O'Kane John, 81 Nevada Block 
Oakley R 0, 238 Montgomery 

Oesterreicher Louis, 503 Cal- 
ifornia 

Oliver B P, 424 Montgomery 

Pacific Coast Land Bu- 
reau, 22 Montgomery 
Paige Cutler, 116 Leid'esdorff 
Paige Timothy, 116 Leidesdorff 
Parrish Edward, 620 Washington 
Parsons & Cameron (E R Parsons and 

R A Cameron) 632 Market 
Pearsall & Co, 11 Geary 
Perrin E B, 402 Kearny 
Peterson E, 314 Bush 
Pforr John, 329 Montgomery 

Pioneer Real Estate Agen- 
cy, H W Van Der Vaart manager, 
531 California 

Plum be J F, 1402 Valencia 

Poulson & Co (Andrew Poulson) 112 
Turk 

Prentis S R, 136 Kearny 

Raum J M, 424 Montgomery 

Reis Ferdinand, 408 California 

Reis Gustav, 408 California 

Reis Julius C, 408 California 



Reynolds C H & Co (C H Reynolds) 333 
Montgomery 

Ries L, 649 Washington 

Riordau T P, 9 Post and 60S Market 

Robbinson James R, 1192 Haight 

Ruef M, 231 Montgomery ave 

Salmon J S & Co, 305 Kearny 

Scholle Bros (Jacob and Wdliam) 324 
Pine, rm 6 

SchOttler JOS F, also business 
broker, 223 Kearny 

Schuller A, 408 Montgomery 

SCUClder N W, 2 Chronicle Build- 
ing 

Sherman Richard M, 606 

Montgomery 

Shirley John, 5°6 Kearny 

Sickels J E, 1 ) 60 Market 

Sickels N D 336£ Bush 

Sinton R H, 1 16 Montgomery 

Skelton E W, 304 Montgomery 

Sloan W R, 234 Montgomery 

Smith M W, »i09 Sacramento 

Spring F S, 705 Sansome 

Spring I R, 7o5 Sansome 

Stevens & Stouder (G A Stevens and A 
C Stouder) 29 Kearny 

Stewart George, 652 Market 

Stockman & Johnson ( — Stockman and 
S P Johnson) 432 Kearny 

Strassburger Isaac, 326^ Montgomery 

Straus S J, 408 California 

Sutter County Land Co, George Theo- 
bald Jr sec, 419 California, rm 6 

Swett D, 6 Montgomery ave 

The Co-operative Land 
Purchase and Coloniza- 
tion Association, Jas J Mar- 
tin secretary, 6 Eddy 

Theller S L, 3:i0 Pine, rm 5 

Thomas H H & Co, room 

renting agenjy, 9 Geary 
Thomas & Twing(FE Thomas 

and D H Twing) 14 Geary 
Tilton SS, 331 Montgomery, rm 17 
Toomy Henry, 328 Montgomery, rm 8 
Trask James L, 6 Montgomery ave 
Tripp Clinton C, 39 Merchants' Ex 
Un^er & Mendheim (Adolph Unger) 21o 

Montgomery 
Van Alen W fc, 604 Battery 
Van Dusen John, 1220 Market 

Van Norden Robert T, 3is 

Montgomery 
Vassault F, 526 Montgomery 
Vollmar James, 214 Sansome 
Von Rhein O F & Co (O F Von Rhein 

and Wm H Crim) 512 California 
Wadham & Owens (Edward L Wadham 

and Len D Owens) 504 Kearny 
Walkinshaw Robert, 438 California 
Ward Joseph W, 405 Front 
Watson W T, 203 Battery 
Wensinger F S, 624 Sacramento 



Judson Powder Improved i 



•'or RAILROAD and BANK Blasting. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Agrts., S. F. 



Truman. Isham & Hooker, 



lai-IAl Market Street. Hay. Hide, Hop. Rug 
Wool, and Orchilla ritKssKy 



REA 



San Francisco. 



REG 



319 



Wentworth & Co, 339 Kearny 
Wheeler & Howard (J S Wheeler and A 

Howard) 417 Kearny 
Whitcomb J B, 302 Montgomery, rm 14 
Whitman S P, 302 Montgomery, rm 47 
Whitney J T, 504 Third 
Wigger Henri, 74 Nevada Block 

Willey James & Co (James 

Willey and G Fargeson) 33 Kearny 

Wilson & Carr (Hugh B Wilson and 
Frank D Carr) 18 Post 

Wissen Louis C, 26 Montgomery 

Wittram F, 224 Montgomery 

Wolf & Shoenberg (A Wolf and Solo- 
mon Shoenberg) 444 California 

Woodruff Homer H, 783£ Market, 
rm 3 

Wright & Ringot (D Wright and J H 
Ringot) 321 Montgomery 

Yeaton J H, 605 Clay 

Young Thomas, 39 Sutter 

Zane E P, 513 Montgomery 



REFLECTORS AND LAMP 
SUPPLIES 

Pacific Lamp and Re- 
flector Factory. Emile Boesch 
proprietor, 583 and 585 Mission 



PACIFIC 

Lamp and Reflector Factory, 

EMILE BOESCH, 

533 and 585 Mission St., nr. 2d, 

Sttn Francisco. 

Patent Locomotive, Mining, Car, 

Cable Railroad, Ship, 

COACH, AND STREET LAMPS. 
Opal and Silver-plated Corrugated 
Glass Reflectors and Sunlights, for 
lighting and ventilating Churches, Halls, 
Stores, etc. Diamond Burners, square 
and tubular Lamps. Gold, Silver and 
Bronze Medals awarded for best Lamps 
and Reflectors. 

Metal Spinning and Stamping. 



REGALIA. 
Litchfield J M & Co, «5 

Montgomery 

Norcross Daniel & Co (Dan 

iel and H N Norcross) 6 Post 
Pasquale Benoit, 650 Wash- 
ington and 967 Howard 
Plate & CO (Henry A Plate) 101 
Powell 



B. PASQUALE 



(Established 1858.) 




Manufacturer of Silk and Bunting Flags, Banners, Regalias, 
Scarfs, Rosettes, Badges, and Paraphernalia for Lodges. Gold 
and Silver Trimmings, wholesale and retail. 



M0RETTI & TREZZINI, Fresco Painters 



Phelan 
j Building. 



WALNUT, MAPLE CHERRY. 



John Wismore; Office, 133 Spear St 
Yards 1«»-147 Spear; «©-2S Howard. 



320 



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RES 



REPACKERS 

Anthony E T & Co, 407 and 409 Com- 
mercial 
Byriug H, 621 Sansome 
Johnson Chris, 409 Battery 
Michelet C F, 802 Montgomery 
Miller & COSgrifT(Geo L Miller 
and M F Cosgriff) 417 Battery 



REPORTERS-PHONO 
GRAPHIC. 

(See Stenographers.) 



RESTAURANTS 

(See also Coffee Saloons. ) 

Adams John, 534 Third 

Albers & Schmidt (A Albers and H 

Schmidt) 50, 51 and 52 California 

Market 
Alexander Sadie A Mrs, 238 Ellis 
Allman T Mrs, 272 Brannan 
Anderson Andrew, 648 Fourth 
Anderson AS, 613 Davis 
Antunovich F, NE cor Leidesdorff and 

Sacramento and 403 East 
ArCUling J A, proprietor New 

United States Restaurant, 117 Davis 
Ariani Santi, 894 Front 
Atkinson Albert A, 137 Fifth 
Aver James H, 919 Mission 
Ayer Cyrus, 1723 Market 
Baccala L & Sons (Louis, Emile and 

Clement) 536 Washington 
Bade Joseph, 654 Mission 
Bakerich Samuel, 901 Stockton 
Bannister & Silva (George Bannister 

and M Silva) cor Fourth and Berrv 
Bartel H, 132 Fourth 
Bazzuro Frank, 105 Pacific 
Bebau Rocco, 531 Broadway 
Becker Chas, SW cor Railroad ave and 

Marquesas 
Bergez John, 332 and 334 Pine 
Bergin P, 1067 Howard 
Beruhamer Henry, 5 Sutter and 504 

Market 
Bernstein Abe, Bay City Market, 1140 

Market 
Bertz Jacob, 35 and 37 Geary 
Beth A, SE cor Post and Kearny 
Beyer Christian F, 388 Francisco 
Bigne V, propr Nevada Restaurant, 417 

Pine 

Bird's Quaker Restaurant, 

C L Bird proprietor, 33 Post 
Bloch Wm, 223 Montgomery ave 
Bocanovich Peter, 161 Steuart 
Boothby Adolph F, 312 Townsend 
Borde Henry, 806 Mission 



Bordenave Bernard & Albert, 732 
Montgomery 

Bovee W R, manager U S Restau- 
rant, 548 Clay 

Brodrick John, 41 Pacific 

Broneer Carl \Y, 136 First 

Buchanan James, 216 Ninth 

Bucklin E P, 527 and 529 Sacramento 

Bush Louis, 1629 Market 

Bywaters William, 310 Townsend 

Cabinet, G W Spencer & O D Ayer» 
1007 Market 

Cammet J, bet Market and McAllister 

Cam pi'S, Sartori & Fantina, 33, 35 
and35i O'Farrell 

Canioui Pascal, 612 Broadway 

Carciola G, 217 Sixth 

Cardall WF, 113 Seventh 

CaseG H, 410 Hayes 

CaSSen H C, 619 Sacramento 

Cernogorcevich C, 15 Vallejo 

Chapey Celestin, 824 Montgomery 

Chase Fred, 726| Howard 
Chatain Wi3er, 509 Pine 

Christ & Frahm, 522 California 
Christenseu Christian, 127 Berry 
Clarke Charles, 517 Montgomery 
Condari Theodore G, 816 Front 

Condon Edward F, 726i How- 
ard 

Conrades Fred, 612 Market 

Cook E, 1601 Geary 

Cousins Arthur H, 420 Folsom 

Coward Thomas, 228 Fourth 

Cranz Louis, 444-448 Spear 

Cressaglia Martin, IS Third 

Crogan Lizzie Miss, 104 Second 

Crowley C, 126i Se%'enth 

Cuello Joseph J, 154 and 156 Second 

Cuenin I & Co, 531 Clay 

Cumings S Miss, 324 Pacific 

Damon J J, cor Haight and Stanyan 

DavidSOn M. 1032 Howard 

Davis Dan S, 201 Sutter 

DeBus H F, 38 E-ldy 

De Forest & Backus (Ida E De Forest 

aud Katie Backus) 20S Drumm 
Delmonico, W H & A B Hullings 

proprs, 621 Commercial 
Deutsch Michael, 322 and 324 Bush 
Dievoich Nicholas, 2011 Polk 
Dixon Mrs, 2645 Mission 
Doerfler H, 513 Valencia 
Drobaz Mattio, 503 East 

Dugan & Freitas (J E Dugan 

and J T Freitas) proprietors New- 
York State Oyster and Chop House, 
31 Second 

Earle F A Mrs, NW cor Fulton and 
First ave 

Eklund John P, oyster house, 
Centre Market, cor Sutter and Du- 
pont 



IP VAX tVI.Mi.Iir: A CO. 
, 0. 418-415 Market St. 



IRON, STEEL & HEAVY HARDWARE 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



4*1-4*7 Marki't St. Buggies, Carriages. 
Dennett Jump Meats sold to the Trade. 



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JOHN SPARGO, 

(Successor to JAMES H. MITCHELL) Manufacturer of all sizes 

ltehdTs Patent Ban 





FOR FAMILY, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. 

No. 1650 Mission Street, San Francisco. I 1 ? 

Range Repairs attended to promptly, day or night. W 



PRINTERS 

Alta Printing House, 522 Cal- 
ifornia 

Barnard J Howard, 7 Mont- 
gomery ave 

Brunt & Fisher (Walter N Brunt 
and Charles VV Fisher) 518 Clay 

Dempster Bros, 9 Bond and 

Mission bet Twelfth arid Thirteenth 

Duncombe & Co, 211 Post 

Thomas P J, 505 Clay SW cor 
Sansome 

PUBLISHERS- 
Barnard J Howard, 7 Mont 

gomery ave 

Carleton S B, 1501 Pine 

Dewey & CO, 252 Market 

Duncombe & Co. 211 Post 

Harrington W D S, manager 
Pacific Catholic Publishing Co, 223 
Kearny 

Pacific Catholic Publish 

ingCO, W D S Harrington man- 
ager, 223 Kearny 

Post Publishing Co, 5oo 

Montgomery 
Thomas P J, 505 Clay SW cor 
Sansome 

RAILROADS 

Pond James C, Pacific Coast 

tourist agent N P R R, 263 North 

Main, Los Angeles 
Atlantic and Pacific R R Co, W A Bis- 

sell gen agi, 112 and 114 Phelan 

Building 

RATS MUST GO 

Cammet J. manufacturer Tannan 
rat paste, rat, squirrel and mice ex- 
terminator, 234 i Fifth 



RANGES 

Delger E F, U51 Broadway, Oak- 
land 

REAL ESTATE 
Borowsky M & Co (H Borow- 

sky and C R Johnson) 409 Geary 

Bovee, Toy & CO, 19 Montgom- 
ery 

Caman & CO (T D Gaman and 
C A Beesley) 339 Kearny 

Green & Shores A V Green and L 
Shores) 20 M' ntgomery 

Haigh & Tinaon (S Haigh and G E Tin- 
son) 131 Montgomery 

Kahn & Jones (M Kahn and M 
Jones) farming lands and city prop- 
erty of every description bought and 
sold, 1016 Market 

Lawson H N, 12% Dupont 
Laymance & Holcomb, full 

charge taken of all kinds of property, 
29 Kearny 
SVSadisOn & Surke, 401 Mont- 
gomery 

Middleton John & Son, no 

Montgomery 

Murphy D W & Son, 60S 

Market, rms 5 and 6 

Neustadt W & Co (W Neustadt 

and W C Allen) 411 Kearny 
Newman H, 224 Kearny 
PoulSOn A, 1001 Market 

Salmon J S * CO, 826 Market 
Seibert & Wood, 826 Market 
Sproul & Twing, 14 Geary 

Stevens & Cray, rms 29 and 31 

Phelan Block, 806 Market 
Stoude-& Shattuck, 238 Montgomery 
Sutherland Edwin, 402 Montgomery 
Thai Frederick M, 509 Mont- 
gomery, rm 4 
Tighe Bros, 873^ Market 
Wentworth & Co, 417 Kearny 



ST. OHIO'S, 



Qfl RnniTIC 715Howardst - nr: Third, San Francisco. No dark 
uw nUUnidr r.oras. No guest uses linen once used by another 



ROSEWOOD, LIGNUM-VIT/E, BOXWOOD. 



JOHX WKiMORE, 

133 Spear Street, S. F. 



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Constantly on Hand for Sale ! 

Half or Whole Interest. 

From 8100 to $50,000 to suit Buyers. Pur- 
chasers are at no expense whatever. Informa- 
tion Free. Call and examine our extensive 
s ihs List. Open to all. 

P0ULS0N & CO., 

Office iooi Market Street, Cor. Sixth, 
San Francisco. 

DO YOU WANT TO SELL ? 

All Branches of Business 

la City or Country, 
SOLD PROMPTLY FOR CASH 

BY 

P0ULS0N & CO., 

iooi Market Street, San Francisco. 



Ten Years Established. 



RE PACKERS 

Miller & CoSgr iff 417 Battery 

RESTAURANTS 

Priet P & CO, H5 and 117 Dupont 

Volz A & Bro ( A aQd J ) cor 

Twenty-eighth and fourth 

ROPE MFRS 

Thompson J M, 253 Market 

SADDLERY AND HAR 

NESSMAKING- 
Hart & Brandenstein (H J 

Hart and A J Brandenstein) 417 
and 419 Market 

Main & Winchester, 214-220 

Battery 

SAFES. 

WilShiteW B & CO, 206 Cali- 
fornia 

SALT 

German Island Salt Works, Alfred 
MacGrotty & Co proprs, 206 Sacra- 
mento 

MacGrotty & Co, 206 Sacramento 

Union Pacific Salt Co, a w 

Jee secretary, 216 Sacramento 



^MLiSHIRE^CQ. 



ZOBCaliformaSr; 
SAN FRANC/SCO 



35 Frqnr Street 
PORTLAND, OR. 



SEEDS AND PLANTS 

Breck Samuel, 317 Washing- 



ton 



Established in 1859. 

SAM"D-EL BEBOK 

Successor to Geo, F. Silvester, Importer and 
Dealer in all kinds ot 



SEEDS, 



Wilson's Bone Mills.Garden Toota.Rone Meal, etc. 

3 7 Washington St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Bet. Bat erv and Front. 



SAUSAGE MANUFACT 
URERS 

Martial & Piedford, 610 California 

SHIRT MANUFACT 
URERS 

California Shirt Manufact- 
uring Co, ^ H Long manager, 
1065 Market 

Dewey J W, with California Shirt 
Manufacturing Co, 1065 Market 

Long F H, manager California Shirt 
Manufacturing Co, 1065 Market 



IP vi\ hivkm: a CO. 
,0. 413-415 Market St. 



IRON, STEEL I HEAVY HARDWARE 



Ctnlt7'c Walnut Pnemotin **ai*fcens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers to Per- 
OlUIlL O TTalllUl llUblllClIU fection. Sold by all Druggists and Barbers. 



RES 



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RES 



321 



Elsworth, Albert Albrecht propr, 523 

Commercial 
Emarton & McLean (Edward Emarton 

and Wm McLean) 19^ Steuart 
Empire, Scott & Vanoni proprs, 146 

Second 
Engelhardt C, 306 Dupont 
Erickson Erick, 329 East 
Fa h rig Frank, junction Market, 

Turk and Mason 
Fay S J, 104 Seventh 
Filipich Nicholas, 16 Bryant, 101 Steu- 
art and 9 Mission 
Hemming F R Mrs, 320 Folsom 
Frank J, 551 First 
Fraser J K, 19 Powell 
Freliug Arthur, 520 Merchant 
Freylack & Nikel, 637 California 
Garbati G, 421 Washington 
Garcia Frank, 718 Montgomery 
Gardner H N Mrs, 519 Clay 
Gardner & Smith (S M Gardner and U L 

Smith) 1003 Market 
Gaylord Christopher, 1819 Powell 
Gecan & Burich (Andrew Gecan and 

George Burich) 1210 Polk 
George John, 207 Third 
Giancovich John, SE cor Washington 

and Davis 
Gi uraih M, 305 Sixth 
Giusti Joseph, 105 California Market 
Gubey Frank, 228 Sutter 

Coicovich George. 303 and 

305 East 

Coicovich & Begovich (Geo 

Goicovich and R Begovich) 928 Lar- 
kin 

Craneist & Deweritz, 26 Geary 

Grant George, 1803 Mission 

Green Kate Mr*, 3010 Sixteenth 

Gress K W, 20 Seventh 

Grimm Henry, NE cor Sutter and 

Kearny 
Grossetta M, 1203 Polk 

Cruen & Vogelsang, nw cor 

Eddy and Powell 
Guglielmetti Dora Mrs, 410 Fourth 

Cunn M E M rS- proprietor New 

England Kitchen, 2126 Mission 
Haake Charles, 914 Market and 11 Ellis 
Haase & Batchia (Herman Haase and 

Antone Batchia) cor Main and 

Bryant 
Hansen Jacob, 24 Howard 
Hansen & Nelsen (N Hansen and J 

Nelsen) 429 Bush 
Hanson Joseph, 7 Stockton 

Harris John, 52 First 

Harrison & Coit (C Harrison and C 

Coit) 427 Pine 
Hasselbrock William, 1420 Market 
Hatheway Charles D, 322 Davis 

Haub John. 257 Third 



Haugard & Rudebeck (Christian Hau- 

gard and Rasmus Rudebeck) 214 

Dupont 
Herzo Nicholas, 16 Folsom 
Hildebrand John, 1938 Mission 
Hoeges Jacob, 325 Bush 
Hofmann & Co (M Hofmann and William 

Schneider) 10 Sacramento and 204 

Fourth 
Holt Thomas M, 510 Market 

Hotel De France (French) 

Alfred Py proprietor, 016£ and 618 

California 
Howard Harry, 111 Sixth 
H uber Henry, 417 Bush 
Huff James J, 142 Eddy 
Huth Balthasar, 921 Kuarny 
Ironmonger William C, 618 Fourth 
Jacks E, 205 Sixth 

Jacobsen James. 5 Sixth 

Jancovich Luco, cor Davis and Clark 

Jaunet LOUiS, 654 Mission 

Jensen M P, 121 Fifth 

Jergonsen J R, 258 First 

Johnson A F, 10 Jnckson 

Johnson Alfred, SE cor Montgomery 

and Pine 
Johnson Henr* & Co (Henry and John 

Johnson) 325 Drumm 
Johnson John F, 12 Clay 
Johnson M, 623 Kearny 
Johnson Peter, 783 Market 
Jones P A, 649 Mission 
Jorgensen Emiel, 304 Dupont 
Jorgensen J P & Co, 44 Fourth 
Jorgensen Peter, Centre Market, cor 

Sutter and Dupont 
Jorgensen & Thomsen (C Jorgensen and 

C Thomsen) 39^ Market 
Ju^assovich A & Co, 106 Sixth 
Juhl L M, 533 Broadway 
Kahn S, 236 Montgomery 
Kimball A, 122 Fifth 
Kleiusmith Wm, 715^ Howard 
Klotz Matthaus, 907 Kearny 
Knopf Camille, 1119 Dupont 
Kofob & Johnson (Peter Kofob and Otto 

Johnson) 2645 Mission 
Kopp Charles, 11 and 13 Sixth 

Korneck Wm, 131 Sixth 

Kroger Herman, 405 Pacific 

Kruse Martin, NE cor Montgomery ^nd 

Chestnut 
Labine & Massat (Oliver Labine and 

Charles Massat) 641 Commercial 
Lacay Jean, propr Old Barnum French 

Restaurant, 425 Pine 
Lacoste Frank, propr Frank's Rotisserie, 

419 Pine 
Landgraf John, 106 First 
Lang Fritz, 504 Montgomery 
Lanno Peter, 730 and 732 Fourth 
Lapsley C Mrs, 216 O'Farrell 
Larsen J P, 709 Battery 



BARNARD'S 



BIIHIVKSS COLLEGE 
46 O'FARRELL ST., 8. P. 



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Lautermilch L, 511 Montgomery 

Leger James, 1504 California 

Legrand Louise Mme, 730 Washington 

Lewis Harry, 2204 Powell 

Lewis Joseph, 46 Steuart 

LigOn Leopold. proprietor 

Poodle Dog Restaurant, 445 Bush 
Lombardi & Bascon (C Lombardi and 

B Bascon) 706 Montgomery 
Long A L, 1307 Mission 
Lopresti Antoui, 13 and 15 Powell 
Loreutz Robert, 7 Stockton 
Lovely Mark, 650 MarKet 
Lucehetti & Delucchi (Frank Lucchetti 

and Antonia Delucchi) 519 Davis 
Luna Rom do, 1236 Dupont 
Lund & Konig (N Lund and W Konig) 

'227 Montgomery ave 
Madsou & Peterson (Oliver Madson and 

Andrew Peterson) 7 Berry 

Maison Doree, Tschurr & Co 

proprietors, 217 Kearny 
Manning Alfred W, 428 Pine 
Marchand Restaurant, P Priet & 

Michel Debret proprs, 115 and 117 

Dupont 
Marincovich Martin, SW cor Fourth 

and Berry 
Marshall Joseph S, SE cor Dupont and 

Sutter 
Martin John, 816 Front 
Masonuette & Pavitza (E Masonnette 

and G Pavitza) 221 Leidesdorff 
Mataranger Dennis, 310 Fourth 
Matthies Herman, 2005 Mis-don 
Mayer Chas, NE cor Sixteenth and 

Mission 
Mayers Chas, Grand Central Market 
Mayes Geerge & Co (M Mayes and 

August Kahman) 40, 41 and 42 Califor- 
nia Market 

Mayne & Walker (F J Mayne 

and J S Walker) 410 Fourth 
Mays M A, 3592 Mission 
McDougall George, 1246 Mission 
McGauley Harry W, 1601 Geary 
McGivney M E Mrs, 10 steuart 
McPheeM J & Co, 128 Fifth 
Meagher Bros (Thomas F and Frank) 

1S03 Mission 
Medor August, 26 Hayes 
M« Lcome Adolphm, 124 Jackson 
Merkel Ernst, 335 Fifth 
Meyer Win, 9 Drumm 
Michieli Stephen, 29 Ninth 
Mikkelsen Thomas, 28 Stockton 
Mikulich J C, 323 Washington 
Mdl JohnL, 407 Washington 
Milloglav M P, 138 Fourth 
Milloglav N P, 62s Battery 
Mills H B, 515$ Fourth 
Minert, D Gizeaux & A Drayeur proprs, 

531 and 533 Commercial 



Mint Saloon and Restaurant, George 

Hager propr, 605 Commercial 
Moeller E, 611 Howard 

Moraghan Michael B, 68 

California Market 
Moran G, 232 Brannan 
Morchio M Mrs, 6 Leidesdorff 
Moron Benjamin, 513 Clay 
Mounic J, 617 Sacramento 
Mueller William, 317 Francisco 
Muirhead John, 2 Hayes 
Mulroony & Blunden (James Mul- 

roony and Walter H Blunden) 23 

Taylor 
Murphy Daniel, 149 Seventh 
Murphy Peter, 2610 Mission 
Musladin F, 2109 Fillmore 
Nelson Martin, 13 Pacific 
Nevada, V Bigne propr, 417 Pine 

New England Kitchen, Mrs 

M E Guhii proprietress, 2126 Mission 

New York Bakery and Res- 
taurant, C Ankers proprietor, 626 
Kearny 

New York State Oyster 
and Chop House, Dugan & 

Freitas proprietors, 31 Second 

Newman Edward, 112 Geary 

Nielsen & Hansen (Lony Nielsen and 
Martin Hansen) 529 Washington 

Nielson Christian, 632 Vallejo and 405 
Montgomery ave 

Nisich A, cor Steuart and Harrison 

Norager & HjUl (A Norager and 
H H Hjul) 516 Pine and 426 Mont- 
gomery 

Norris Charles, Washington Market 

Nucleus Oyster and Dining Saloon, 
John G Friedrich propr, 2133$ Mission 

Occidental, Pierre Klein propri- 
etor, 337 Bush 

Oellerich H, 104 Second 

Ohnstein Oscar, 249 Fourth 

Olsen John J, 41 Spear 

Ontiveros Francisco, 424$ Broadway 

Orognen & Loustaunau (J Orognen and 
J Loustaunau) 421 Fourth 

Page & Falch (Gustave L Page and 
Otto Falch) NW cor Turk and Mason 

Pechin Charles, also liquors, 

417 Front 
PeCOCk AmOS, 616 Sacramento 
Perini & Ferini (G Perini and B Ferini) 

207 Post 

Perrier's French, Alfred Per- 

rier proprietor, 12 and 14 O'Farrell 

Perrin E R, H4 Sutter 

Petersen Fred, 277 East 
Petersen Jacob, 7 Market 
Peterson A H, 281 and 283 East 
Peterson C M, propr Domestic Restau- 
rant, 26 First 



Judson Powder Improved, Zti^Stt£l*£?!£Tf. 



Truman, Isham £ Hooker, 



4«l-«r Market St. . 

Bennett Jump Meats »ol<i to the Trade. 



iSCieM, Carriage*, 
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Peterson Lewis. 531 East 

Peterson & Decker (Christopher Peter- 
son and M Decker) 640-046 Fourth 

Peterson & Mailand (A Peterson and J 
Mailand) lit Ellis 

Phil's Exchange and Res 

taurant. Charles Pechin proprie- 
tor, 417 Front 

Pignax Antonio, 29 Third 

Pine C O, 1303i Stockton 

P"Utacq <& Port, 434 Bush 

Poodle Dog Rottisserie 

Leopold Ligi>n proprietor, 445 Bush 
P.>zzi P, 1352 bush 
PrietP, 115 and 117 Dupnnt 
Py Alfred. OI64 and 618 California 
Quarz Emil, Oriental Restaurant, 105 

Washington 
Raddich John, 800 Third 
Kadulovich & Costieh (M Eadulovich 

aud N Costieh) 1215 Polk 
Retgan John, 57 and 5y Third and 33£ 

Second 
Rebut Amand, 3009 Mission 
Keckuagel Charles H, 820 Battery 
Rendick Nicholas, 10~2 L-rkin 
Pennington Frank C, S\V cor Sixteenth 

and Folsom 
Reusche August, 518 California 
Richards Geo H, 315 Fourth 
Richards Peter, 438 Hayes 
Richter Henry, 541 Second 
Kickard L L Mrs, 1726 Market 
Ritter Paul, Fulton nr First ave 
Uobbert A F, 141 1 Polk 
Roccatagliata J B, 117 Jackson 
R.-ltfA H, 1615 and 1617 Buchanan 
Romic & Timmerman (Herman Romic 

and lienry Tinunerinan) 400 Kearny 
ltobs Charles, 500 Mi»si<n 
Ruelar J, 44 and 46 Second 
Russell J M, 3 Harrison 
Sampson Henry, 517 California 
Saracen Edward, 814 Third 

Sartor i & Fantina. proprietors 

Campi's Restaurant, 33, 35 and ,i5^ 
O'Farrell 

Scandinavian, G Hipburu, 28 and 30 
Clay 

Scatting Philip, proprietor Ter- 
rapin Oyster House, 15 Stockton 

Schaefer & Zinkgraf, 1047 Market 

Schank E N, 20 Seventh 

Schmitt L, 646 Cby 

Schneider &Peguiihan (A Schneider and 
Fraucois Peyuilhan) 12-16 Stockton 

Schumann & Vogel (Fred Schumann 
and Phil Vogel) 504 Montgomery 

Scliuur John H, cor Kearny and Mont- 
gomery ave 

Schwerin H & Sons (H, Adolph and 
Theodore) 612 Clay 

Scott Martha Mrs, 2516Folsom 



Scott & Vanoni (H Scott and M Va- 
noni) proprs Empire Restaurant, 146 
Second 

Sefler T M, 433J Hayes 

Shepston John A, 218 Sansome 

Silva Mary Mrs, 26 Clay 

Sipple Frank E, 68 First 

Sloan Geo B, junction Mission, Valen- 
cia and Twenty-eighth 

Smeth A S, 1002 and 1004 Market 

Smith Mary Mrs, 1829 Mission 

Snyder Martin, 1938 Mission 

Somaly & Ladagnous (John 

Somaly and Justin Ladagnous) 624 

California 
Somer.t G Mrs, 234 Sutter 
Sosso Theresa & Son (Lawrence and 

Theresa) 1125 Sutter 
Specula John, 1903 Fillmore 
Sieffen John, cor Folsom and Steuart 
Stewart Catharine Mrs, Railroad ave 

bet Marquesas and Manitoba 
Stewart H J, 506 Howard 
Stewart James, '214 Second 
Stewart W E Mrs, Railroad ave bet 

Marquesas and Manitoba 

Stockton Street Restau- 
rant) Pme proprietor, 1303^ 
Stockton 

Stuart Edward, 175 Sixteenth 

Sturich & Pisgulich (Wm Sturich and 
M Pisgulich) 1U6 Sixth 

Sturiza N, 226 Battery 

Suich Peter, 919 Larkin 

Svetinich P, SW cor Laguna and Grove 

Swan Adam, 612 Montgomery 




SOT'S 6". 



Montgomery Street, 
DaTi3SL,S. P. 

The only place 12 California for a Lar^a 
Oup of Cofua or a Pot of Fine Tea, wi.h 
any kind of Tie or Ca-es, for G cents, Clam 
Chowder, 5 ocnts, Torkan* Beans, 6 cents, 
Mutton 6ttw,&oent», Hamburg £ teak, 
Ijrer and Laoon, 5 c^nts. Fansan,6 caA 
Hash, 5 ocnta. Bread furnished with all 
6 cent meat orders. 8'er'ai or Chops, wldi 
Pot»toet,Urwid, Baiter, Coffee and Calrea, 
16 cent*. Puddini or Preserves, 6 cents- 



Tate William, 1130 Union 

Taylor Theopilus, 31 4^ Fifth 

Tettmore & Krill (Sol Tesmore and 
Henry Krill) 57-62 California Mar- 
ket 

Tharsen & Eriksen (M Tharsen and N 
Enksen) 219 Third 

Thomsen & Jorgensen (C Thomsen and 
C Jorgensen) 39 Market 

Thorsen Louis. 210 Townsend 

TonCOVlCll E, 419 Davis 

Tripp & Kraser (E F Tripp and 
J K Tripp) ouster and chop house, 19 
Powell 

Tritsch Peter, Fulton nr First ave 

Tschlirr & CO. proprietors Mai- 
sou Doree, 217 Kearny 

Tnttle F Mrs, 1553 Market 



ST. DAVID'S, 190 Rooms, 



715 Il-iward St., nr. Third, dan Francisco. No dark 

rooms. No guest uses linen ones used by another. 



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Tnttle S E, 161 Ninth 

Ulman Ernest, Opera Oyster 

and Chop House, 14 Eddy 
Union Oyster and Chop House, A An- 

agnostopulos and E Stathopolis 

proprs, 332 East 
United States. W R Bovee man- 

ager, 548 Clay 
Van Hoeter Robert, 416 Larkin 
V.tlik John, 6 Sacramento 

Venaglia Enrico. Bueno Gusto, 

429 Broadway 
Vienna Cafe, Jac Hoges, .341 Bush 
Vlautin J P, 715 and 717 Davis 

Volz & Derby's, a i s ° lunch 

rooms, 28 Fourth 

Waeehter & Simi (Jake Waechter and 
Gabriel Simi) 5 Sutter 

Wapple M, 1516 Buchanan 

Watson John, '-'0 and 22 Geary 

Westerfeld William, 1035 Market 

Wheelan Bros (Samuel and William) 
2232 Mission 

Wiebold Henry, SE cor Haight and 
Stanyan 

Williams Charles C, 2197 Powell 

Williams M J Mrs, 121 Davis 

Williams William, NWcor Union and 
Leavenworth 

Wilson Dining Saloon (The) A W Wil- 
son propr, 114-120 Post 

Wilson Jerome C, 1508 Polk 

Wittmann Julius, propr Southern Pa- 
cific Restaurant, cor Summer and 
Spring 

Wolf Charles, also coffee saloon, 
362 Third 

Wood Samuel, cor Fillmore and Eddy 

Wright C C, 225^ Fourth 

Yarnell & Tippett (Jos Yarnell and 
John Tippett) 539 Jackson 

Yes Paulsen, 522 Broadway 

Young & McCauley (A Young 

and W McCauley) Palace Bakery and 

Restaurant, S67 Market 
Youngquist Agnes Miss, 3406 Sixteenth 
Zeller & Rettig, 3 East 
Zivanovich M, 117 Davis 



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RICE MILLS 

India, William M Greenwood propr, 107 
Fremont 



RIDING ACADEMIES 
McKenna & Cole, lessons from 

9am to 6 p m, telephone 3073, 737 
Folsom 
Weston A S, 1537 Mission 



RIGGERS 

Brewster William, cor Fremont and 
Bryant 

Davies Llewellyn & Co (Llewellyn Da- 
vies) 213 Jackson 

Edmonds C W T , 1 2 Union 

Green William, 24 Howard 

Meyers Charles, 17 Howard 

Simmons & Meyers (Wm S Simmons 
and Chas Meyers) 17 Howard 

Smith Bros (W H and G F) 252 Spear 

Smith W H, USand 120 Howard 



ROLLING MILLS 
Pacific Rolling Mill Co, vvm 

Alvord president, Chas M Keeney sec- 
retary, L B Benchley manager, P 
Noble superintendent, works Potrero 
Pt, ofiice 202 Market 



ROOFERS 

(See also Asphaltum; also Metal Roofers. ) 

Bruggeman Henry, 317^ Dupont 
Conlin & Roberts (Jas Conlin and John 
C Roberts) 728 Mission 

Cronan & Dunbar, 1073 Market 

Merrell I L, manufacturer soap 
stone roofing, 316 Townsend and 22 
California 

Metal Roofers Union, 736 Howard 

Perine N P & Son Roofing 

Co (N" P and Geo M) Boston Mastic 
roofing and proprietors Santa Cruz 
Bituminous Rock Pavement Co, 28 
New Montgomery 
Teaa;ue William, 405 Clementina 
Walton NelSOn C, 219 Mission 

Whiting & Wynne (T Whiting 

and E Wynne) 918 Folsom 



ROPE MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

(See also Cordage. ) 

Armes & Dallam, 230 and 232 

Front 

San Francisco Cordage 

Factory, Tubbs& Co, 611 and 613 
Front 
Thompson J M, 258 Market 

RUBBER GOODS 

Cirvin J W & CO, 24 California 

Goodyear Rubber Co, R H Pease Jr and 

S M Runyon agts, 577 and 579 Market 

Creensfelder & Co (N B 

Greensfelder) 537 Market 



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Gutta Percha and Rubber Manufactur- 
ing Co, John W Taylor mgr, 15 ami 17 
Firatand Fifth bet BryantandBrannan 

Lanzet Samuel, 30 Steuart 

Revere Rubber Co, Alexander 

Russell agent, 417 and 4H) Market 
RUSSell Alexander, agent Re- 
vere Rubber Co, 417 and 419 Market 
White & Corde, selling agents 
VVoonsocket Rubber Co, G-oodyear's 
Metallic Rubber Shoe Co and Hay- 
ward Rubber Co, 545 Market 

Woonsocket Rubber Co, w 

C White and L H Corde selling 
agents, 545 Market 



RUBBER STAMPS 

Cohn & Abrams (Max Cohn and Henry 
Abrams) 79^ Stevenson 



Hanks M W, 35 Merchants' Exchange 

Klinkner & Co (C A Klinkner) 320 San- 
some 

Oakley A D, 329 Sansome 

Sheplar S H & CO(S H Sheplar) 
also seals, stencils, etc, 702 Market 

TrUWOrthy F M, 318 Front 



SADDLES AND HAR 

NESS- 

(See Harness and Saddles. ) 



SAFE DEPOSIT 

California Safe Deposit and Trust Co, J 
D Fry pres, C R Thompson treas, 326 
Montgomery, vault department SE cor 
Montgomery and California 



Red Rubber Stamps 



HOLT'S P ATENT PRINTING WHEELS. 

Self-Inking, Dating, Pocket and Pencil Stamps. 
Also, Banking and all Commer- 
cial Stamps, Seals, Stencils, etc 





HOLT'S 

PATENT 



CHANGEABLE METAL -BODIED RUBBER TYPE. 



S. H. SHEPLAR & CO., 

MANUFACTURERS, 

702 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal. 

Largest Red Rubber Stamp Works on tbe Pacific Coast. 



SAFES AND SCALES 
Cincinnati Safe and Lock 

CO, Mighell & Richards agents, cor 

Market and Davis 
Detroit Safes, S B Paige agent, 

116 Front 
Fairbanks & Hutchinson, 401 Market 
Hall's Safe and Lock Co, C B Parcells 

mgr, 211 and 213 California 
Nauman P Z, 219 Davis 



Mighell & Richards (W e 

Mighell and Daniel Richards) also gen- 
eral agents Cincinnati Safe and Lock 
Co, NE cor Market and Davis 

Paige S B, agent Detroit safes, 116 
Front 

Parkhurst V S W, 4 California 

Waltz Charles, 13 Drumm 

Wilshire W B & Co (W B Wil 

shire and E Bikes) 204 and 206 Cali- 
fornia 



Hobbs, Wall £ Co., Mfrs. BOXES of every Variety, I 



314 SPEAR 
Street, S. F. 



Nicoll the Tailor, 816 Market St. 



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SAILMAKERS 

Blakiston John S, 6 Clay 

Davis Wm, 516 Davis 

Doyle & O'Brien (J J Doyle and John 
O'Brien) 48 Clay 

Funk CC, 46 Clay 

Harding, Brann & Prior (John G Hard- 
ing, R C Brann and J L Prior) 56 Clay 

Morgan J A & Son, 7 Clay 

Reynolds Thomas, SE cor Market and 
Steuart 

Simpson & Fisher (John Simpson and 
Andrew Fisher) 34 and 36 Steuart 

Wood William C, 514 Second 



SALT- 

Amara Catello, 75 Oregon 

American Salt Co (The) P 

Marsioauo president, S Putnam sec- 
retary, 217 Sacramento 

American Salt Mill (The) M B Bullard 
foreman, Beale Street Wharf 

Barton B F & CO, proprietors 
Pioneer Salt Works, '213 Sacramento 

Barton John, president Union 
Pa ilic Salt Co, 216 Sacramento 

BlOCk E Wl, proprietor Carmen Isl- 
and Salt Works, 207 Front 

Carmen IslandSalt Works, 

E M Block, proprietor, 207 Front, 

factory pier 23 Steuart 
Coye H L, pres Nevada Salt and Borax 

Co, 310 Piue, rm 11 
Eureka Salt Works, Newell & Bro 

proprs. 221 Davis 
German Island Salt Works, Alfred Mac- 
Grotty & Co proprs, 204 Front 
Nevada Salt and Borax Co, H C Van 

Dyck sec, 310 Pine, rm 11 
New Liverpool Salt M mufacturing Co, 

C N Shaw sec, 123 California, rm 21 
Ost**rlOh Henry, 37 Commercial 

Pioneer Salt Works, b f Bar- 
ton & Co proprietors, 213 Sacramento 

Union Pacific Salt Co, John 

Barton president, A W Jee secretary, 
warehouse 34 Sacramento, office 216 
Sacramento 

Whitney C E & Co, 101 and 103 

California 



THE 

AMERICAN SALT COMPANY, 

Importers, Manufacturers and 
Whulenale Dealers in 

CARMEN ISLAND, LIVERPOOL AND BAY SALT. 

Office, 217 Sacramento Street. 

Factory, Beale Street Wharf, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 



SAUSAGES 

Bill Jacoh, 10-4 Dupont 

BllSCh Daniel, ; dso smoked and 
pickled beef, tongues, and all kinds 
of German sausages, 232 Fourth 

Buttitenbach Joseph, 498 Fourth 

Campbell James D Mrs, 1134 Folsom 

Chiesa & Paverina, 439 

Broadway 

Engler Benedict, 227 Fourth 

Falsing Frederick, 37 Main 
Guehring Jacob, 1072 Howard 
Guichet Francois, 254 Eighth 
Heiniman & Stern, 908 Lirkin 
Kanngiesser Julius, 1409 Stockton 
Liebermann H A, 1218 Polk 
Ludwig Adam, 3 Stockton 
Martial Philippe, 1126 Dupont 

Newman Ad >lph, 1079 Market 

Schnetzler L, 21 bixth 

Schwamm M & Co, 108 Sixth 

Wanz & Dutchler (John D Wanz and 

Geo Dutchler) 357 Tehama 
Weil & Hoff (M Weil and Chas Hoff) 

335 Hayes 
Winter Henry, 29 Tenth 

SAVINGS-BANKS 

(See Banks ) 

SAW~FILERS 

Brown William, 222 Jackson 
Castle J L, 1 Howard 
Conn Edward J, 641 Mission 
Gibbs Reuben F, 658 Mission 
Linf >rth Alfred, 31 S Jackson 
Purington T C, 609 Mission 
Terry W N, 108 Drumm 

SAW MANUFACTURERS 
Atlas Iron Works, J B Jardine 

proprietor, 213 and 215 Mission 

Dye Elam, 70 Bluxome 
Pacific Saw Manufactur- 

i n g Com pa n y , -' araes Patterson 
president, N W Spaulding vice-presi- 
dent, James M Davis secretary, 17 
and 19 Fremont 

Patterson James, president 

Pacific Saw Manufacturing Co, 17 and 
19 Fremont 
Spaulding N W, 17 and 19 Fre- 
moat 

Union Saw Works, Asa Bronson mgr, 
32 Fremont 

SAWDUSTAND SAND 

CREC FRANK, «29 Mission 
St Supery Autone, 5.'>5 Howard 



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and Grain Carriers. Repairing 

promptly attended to. 

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St Mary's College, Brother 

Betteliu prrsident, Old Mission road 
St Peter's Cm vent, Alabama bet 

Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth 
St Vincent's, Sister Mary Vincent supt, 

671 Mission 
Theological Seminary, 121 Haiijht 
Trinity, Rev Edward B Spaulding 

principal and propr, 1534 Mission 
Urban, 1017 Hyde 

Ward Mary E Mrs, 1519 Sacramento 
Zeitska Institute, Mme Bertha Zeitska, 

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made to order. Send for Descriptive Catalogue. 
17 and 19 Fremont Street, San Francisco. 



ROBT. SHIELDS - ASIACHSEN, 

Member of the University of Durham. 

CLASSICAL, Mathematical and Modern Lan- 
guage Master and Instructor in Drawing, 
Painting, and Mechanical Civil Engineering. - 
Queen Eliz.beth's Grammar S.-hool, Atheratonr 
(by Roval Charter 1573) from 187Sto 1882, and at 
the Leamington College, under the Presidency of 
the Right Hon. Lord Leifrh, 1882 to 1883. 
St. Ann' w Building. 

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SAWMILL MACHINERY 

Berry fit Place. 8 California 

Stearns Manufacturing 

CO, 29 and 31 Spear 

Tatum fit Bowen, 25-31 Mam 
The Joshua Hendy Ma- 
chine Works. ^ cor Fre 

mont and Mission 

SCHOOLS-PRIVATE 



(See also Colleges. 



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California School of Design, 

Williams director, 430 Pine 
Daltou James, 914^ Valencia 
Denton Academy, Mrs M T Huntting, 

1728 Larkin 
French and English Institute, X Mefret 

director, 338 Thirteenth 
Parisian Institute, 1803 California 
Presentation Convent, SW cor Ellis and 

Taylor 

Sacred Heart College, 

Brother Genebern director, SE cor 
Eddy and Larkin 

Shields-Aslachsen Robt, 

St Ann's Building 
Sisters of St Dominic, Sitter Mary Pia 
Bakes sup erioress St Bonif ac * 
School, 117 Golden Gate ave 



Bernal Heights Primary, Cortland ave 

bet Laurel ave and Moultrie 
Boys' High, Sutter bet Gough and Oc- 

tavia 
Broadway Grammar, Broadway bet 

Powell and Mason 
Buena Vista Primary, York bet Solano 

and Butte 
Clement Grammar, Geary bet Jones and 

Leavenworth 
Clevelaud, Harrison bet Tenth and 

Eleventh 
Columbia Grammar, Columbia bet 

Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth 
Commercial High, Powell nr Clay 
Deuirun Grammar, NW cor Bush and 

Taylor 
Eighth Street Primary, Eighth nr Har- 
rison , 
Emerson Primary, Pine bet Scott and 

Devisadero 
Evening, Haight Primary Building 
Evening, Lincoln Grammar School 

Building 
Evening, South Cosmopolitan Primary 

Building _ 

Evening, Washington Grammar Building 

Fairmount Primary, Chenery nr Randall 
Five Mile, Miss Kate Konklin princi- 
pal, Mission Street road 
Franklin Grammar, Eighth nr Harrison 
Garfield Primary, Union bet Kearny 

and Montgomery 
Girls' High, Bush nr Hyde 
Golden Gate Primary, Golden Gate ave 
bet Pierce and Scott 



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(irant Primary, Golden Gate ave nr 

Hyde 
Greenwich Street Primary, Greenwich 

bet Jones and Leavenworth 
Haight Primary, Miss M Jlaswell prin- 
cipal, Mission nr Twenty-sixth 
Hamilton Grammar,- Geary bet Pierce 

and Scott 
Hayes Valley Grammar, McAllister bet 

Franklin and Gough 
Hayes Valley Primary, Grove nrLarkin 
Irving Primary, Broadway bet Mont- 
gomery and Sansome 
Jackson Street, 11(3 Jackson 
Laguna Honda, Eighth ave nr R 
Lincoln Grammar, Fifth nr Market 
Lincoln Primary. Fifth nr Market 
Lobos A venue, PtLobos ave nr Parker ave 
Lombard Street Primary, Lombard bet 

Baker and Broderick 
Longfellow Primary, Silver bet Sec- 
ond and Third 
Mission Grammar, Mission bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 
Mission Primary, Mission bet Fifteenth 

and Sixteenth 
Moulder, SE cor Page and Gough 
Noe and Temple Street Primary, cor 

Noe and Temple 
North Cosmopolitan Grammar, Filbert 

bet Taylor and Jones 
Ocean House, San Miguel road nr Ocean 

House road 
Pacific Heights Primary, Jackson bet 

Webster and Fdlmore 
Point Lobos, cor Nineteenth ave and 

Point Lobos ave 
Potrero Primary, Minnesota bet Napa 

and Sierra 
Powell Street Primary, Powell bet 

Washington and Jackson 
Redding Primary, Pine bet Larkin and 

Polk 
Rincou Grammar, Silver bet Second 

and Third 
Sanchez Street Primary, Sanchez bet 

Sixteenth and Seventeenth 
Shotwell Street Primary, Shotwell bet 

Twenty second and Twenty-third 
Sftutb Cosmopolitan Grammar, Eddy 

bet Polk and Van Ness ave 
South Cosmopolitan Primary, Bush nr 

Stockton 
South End, Williams nr Henry 
South S F Grammar, cor Fourteenth 

ave and L 
Spring V alley Grammar, Broadway nr 

Polk 
Spring Valley Primary, Union nr 

Franklin 
Starr King Primary, Bryant bet Sixth 

and Seventh 
Tehama Primary, Tehama bet First 

and Second 



Turk Street Primary, Turk bet Bu- 
chanan and Webster 

Union Primary, cor Filbert and Kearny 

Valencia Grammar, Valencia bet Twenty- 
second and Twenty-third 

Washington Grammar, SVV cor Wash- 
ington and Mason 

West End School, San Jose road nr Six 
Mile House 

West Mission Primary, West Mission 
bet Herman and Ridley 

Whittier Primary, Harrison nr Fourth 

SCREENWORKS. 

California Perforating Screen Co, Book 
& Wagner proprs, 147 Beale 

Quick J W> proprietor San Fran- 
cisco Pioneer Screen Works, 221 and 
223 First 

San Francisco Pioneer, 

J W Quick proprietor, 221 and 223 
First 



SCULPTORS 

Flohr Fred, 22$ Seventh 
Happersberger F, 51 Park ave 
Wells F Marion, 757 Mission 

SEAL ENGRAVER 

Kuner A> 704 Montgomery (see next 
page) 



OF REC- 



SEARCHERS 
ORDS 

Clement J & E B, 710 Washington 

Evans William M (successor to 

Barry & Evans) 415 Montgomery 
Gillespie C V, 402 Montgomery 
Gillespie W, 402 Montgomery 

Latham William B 1623 Web- 

ster 
MeamS George. 425 Montgom- 
ery 

Rolls John S, 6 Merchants' Exchange 
Rouleau F A, 328 Montgomery, rm 1 
Simpson & Millar (Thomas B Simpson 

and John E Millar) 522 California 
Smith Benj, 229 Kearny 



SEEDS AND PLANTS 

Bo wen E J, 815 and 817 Sansome 
Breck Samuel, 317 Washington 



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QEARCHER OF RECORDS, 402 Montgomery 
tO Street, Room 4. 36 years' continuous Prac- 
tice in San Francisco. Titles searched in all the 
Counties of this State. 



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Cox Thomas A & Co (Thomas A, Will- 
iam A, and Aaron Cox) 409 Sansome 

Meherin Thomas, 510 Battery 

Sweeney J P & CO (J P Sweeney 
and James McCloskey) 409 and 411 
Davis 

Trumbull R J & CO (R J Trum- 
bull and C W Beebe) 419 and 421 
Sansome 

Vincent Sevin & Co, E Thiele propr, 
607 Sansome 

Wellington B F. also Improved 
Egg Food for poultry, 425 Washing- 
ton 



R. J. TRUMBULL. CHA3. W . BEEBE. 

R.J. TRUMBULL & CO. 

Growers, Importers and Dealers in 

Seeds, Trees, f Plants, 

419 and 421 Sansome Street, 
Bet. Clay and Commercial, San Francisco. 

SEWER PIPE. 

Clark N & Sons. 22 California 
Ulawson Leonard \i & Jas B Robinson, 
1310 Market and 914 Kearny 



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Macdonald M, 1U Montgomery 
Miller & WinBor, proprs California Pot- 
tery and Terra Cotta Co, NE cor 
Market and Larkin 

San Francisco Sewer Pipe 

Association. 1358 Market 
Tracy Brothers, w s Eighth bet Market 
and Mission 

Williams J B. 1340 Market 
Young L C, 430 Bush 



SEWING MACHINES. 

Bigaze Louis A & Co, 328 Montgomery 

ave 
Bodley E C, 20 New Montgomery 
Burr C H, 007 Mission 
Cohen I S, 145 Sixth 
De Rose & Chester (A De Rose and Wm 

Chester) 207 Fourth 

Domestic Sewing Ma- 
chine CO> J W Evans agent, 29 
Post 

Egnew W W, 034 Market 

Hicks J L, 667 Mission 

Hill Samuel (Estate of) manufact- 
urers' agent and dealer in all standard 
sewing machines, machine supplies, 
etc, 034 Market 

Hyrup Peter, 207 Fourth and 1023 Polk 

Jonnieaux August, 420 Hayes 

Marshall W A. 247 Eighth 

Nagel John, 1 100 Stockton 

New Home Sewing Ma- 
chine CO. W W Egnew mana- 
ger, 034 Market 

Plambeck C C F, 1724| Market 

Remington. C Shawl general 
agent, 30 Second (see next page) 

Royal St John, C Shawl general 
agent, 30 Second 

Schmidt Oscar, 516 Bush 

Shawl C. K eliera l agent Remington 
and Royal St John sewing machines, 
30 Second (see next page) 

Singer Manufacturing Co (The) J R 
Mackenzie agt, 22 Post 

Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co, 
Chester L Hovey rngr, 303 Sutter 

White Sewing Machine 

CO, 'OS and 110 Post 
Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Co, 

A T Eggleston rngr, 124 Post 
Young William, 1936| Mission 



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Are the Latest Improved, 

Most Complete and Perfect 

Sewing Machines 




IN THE WORLD. 



They Run Easier, Make Less Noise, are 

Simpler, and More Convenient than 

any other Machine in. the Market. 



C. SHAWL, General Agent 



No. 30 Second Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 
ALSO DEALERS IN 

Needles, Oils, and. Staple Supplies 

For ;ill kinds of Sewing Machines. 



SHEEP WASH 

Avy Eugene, 320 Sansome 

Campbell W H, 402 Front 

JackSOn T W & CO, 304 Cali- 
fornia 

Miller & Coseriff (tobacco) 417 

B ttery 



T. W. JACKSON & CO., 

COMMISSI ON M ERCHANTS 

SHEEP WASH, 

Soap Maker's Materials and Soda and purchas- 
ing Agents, 

304 California Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 



SHIP BROKERS 

(See Broken — Ship.) 

SHIP CHANDLERS 

Campbell Murdock, 7 Steuart 

Cattermole Charles H, NW cor Davis 
and Broadway 

Crawford Andrew & Co (Andrew Craw- 
ford) 27 Market 



Curtis W P, 267 East 

Foard Lorentz, 3 and 5 Steuart and 9 

and 11 Market 
Gallup James & Co (James Gallup) 58 

Clay 
Garvin James & Co (James Garvin and E 

J Sweeney) 320 Washington 
Hendry Chas J, 2 Market 
Josselyn G M & Co, 38 and 40 Market 
Lassen H C, 118 and 120 Berry 
Middleton & Co (Jonathan Middleton) 

521 Front 
Sloan John, 305 Washington 
Smith John (Estate of) 18 I lay 
Whitelaw Thomas P H, 216 Spear 
Wright & Bowne (H C Wright and W 

S Bowne) 34 and 36 Steuart 

SHIP OWNERS 

Blair Samuel, 13 Market 
Nessen E P, 1 Mission 
Smith J J, 5 Jackson 
Sparks William, 7 Mission 
Tuft James, 22 California 



SHIPBUILDERS AND 
SHIP MATERIALS 

Allen L S, 103 Steuart 



Judson Powder Improved, 



The Bent for Tree and Stump Blasting. 
Bandmann, Nielsen & Co., Ajte., S. F. 



TT7" A f** f\~KTQl Truman, Imham A Hooker, Agen 
W AVlUll »3« hrated Hollow Iron Axle Wagon 



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Clark <fc Webster (G Clark and B F 

Webster) 22 and 24 Spear 
Dickie Bros (John and James) 252 Spear 
Hall W G. 28 California 
Mighell William E, 102 Steuart 
PhelpS W S & CO (W S and A 

E Phelps) 13 and 15 Drumm 
Turner Matthew, 122 California 
White Charles G, foot of Powell 



SHIPWRIGHTS 
Alexander R S & J E, 223 

Drumm 
Allen L S, 103 Steuart 
Beaton John, 5 Spear 
Boole G, 5 Spear 
Burns Isador, 18 Steuart 
Crockard H, 20 Mission 



Christoffersen & Tway (A 

Christotfersen and E Tway) 22 and 24 
Bryant 

Dowling John T, 21 Lafayette 

Farnham & Preble (John H Farnham 
and P N Preble) 6 Folsom 

Kerruish Edward, 520 Battery 

Langrehe H C & CO, 1* Com- 
mercial 

Love joy E B, 20 Steuart 

Makinson A J, 3 Pacific 

Middlemass & Boole, pier 19 Steuart 

Mollison J C, 129 Berry 

Muir Adam, 1015 Battery 

Price J J S, 252 Steuart 

Robinson William, 20 Steuart 

Ross George, 6 Folsom 

Spofford J L, 413 Main 

Thomas Dawson, 46 Main 

White Harrey G, 20 Steuart 

Wilcutt & Rowe, 5 Merchant 



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Apelt Charles M, 1423 Stockton 
Beamish Percy, SE cor Third andMarket 
Black Geo W, 126 Kearny 
Black Howard, 126 Kearny 

California Shirt M a n u- 

facturing CO, F H Long propri- 
etor, 137 Taylor 

Carmany J W, 25 Kearny 

Cavasso H Mrs, 608 Montgomery 

Condon Joseph, 528 California 

Crook Edwin W, 126 Kearny 

De Mill E G, 838 Market 

Fenn J H, 1505 Market 

Gabel H F, 624 Market 

Gedge Frank J, 126 Kearny 

Greenebaum, Weil & Michels, 17 and 19 
San some 

Halsey Geo F, 1332 Market 

Hart M, 402 Kearny 



Hess & Irving (Henry Hess and Samuel 

Irving) 219 Montgomery 
Kusel S A, Valencia Shirt Factory, 

806 and 808 Valencia 
LawtOn W D & CO, 608 Market 

and 9 Post 
Levy J, 617 Kearny 
Lightbody J P, 581 Mission 
Lowe S, 33 Kearny 
Marsh & Kent (P B Marsh and 

Thomas E Kent) 595 Mission cor 

Second 
McPherson & Conway, 724£ Market 
Meyer Chas, 727 Broadway 

Morison. Hutchinson & Co 

(T S Morison, G S Hutchinson, H P 
Pierce^and C D Hoyt) manufacturers 
Star Shirt, 3 Sans'-me 

Popper L, 431 Kearny 

Popper S, 235 Kearny 

Prizgint Joseph F, 604 Mission 

Reeb Elias, 232 Bu»h 



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CABINET WOODS and VENEERS. 133 Spear. John Wigmore. 



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Reinstein William, proprietor 

Boston Shirt Manufactory, 411 Kearny 
RogerSOn J C. 521 Valencia 
Seymour W H, 120 Sutter 
Shirek & Tonner (Adolph Shirek and 

K Tonner) IS and 'JO Sutter 
Silberstein Simon, 635 Kearny 
Standard Shirt Factory, Nenstadter 

Bros proprs, SE corGough and Grove 
Stolz & Weidenreich (A Stolz and S 

Weidenreich) 202 Bush 
Troy Shirt Manufacturing Co, Nunan 

& Behr proprs, 22 Kearny 
WadsworthC H, 150 Eddy 
Weil. Baer & CO, The Celebrated 

Oriental Shirt, 217 and 219 Pine 
Wichelhausen Herman, 924 Larkin 



SHOE FINDINGS. 

(See Leather Findings.) 



SHOOTING GALLERIES 



Cibbens H 
Moller L 715 



L. 939 Market 
Washington 



Smith Chas, 815 Kearny 
Vogt Louis, 405 Dupont 



H. L. CIBBENS, 

SHOOTING GALLERY 

939 Market Street, 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

SHOT MANUFACTUR 
ERS 

Selby Smelting; and Lead 

Co, cor Howard and First, office 
416 Montgomery 



SHOW CARDS. 

Cheyrias & Passet, 7 Brook 
McDowell Wm, 114 Dupont 
Pidge D M, 9 Geary 
Roberts J VV & Co. 10 Post 



DIXON, BORCESON * CO. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



Show Cases, Counters, Shelving, 

Office and Store Fittings. Work made to take apart for shipment. 

Office and Factory, 37 Market St., S. F. 

Branch, Corner Front and Stark Sts., Portland, Oregon. 



I. S. VAN WINKLE « CO,, dg&rk IRON; STEEL, ETC. 



CTQIT7'C W A I NUT PflCMCTIP Darkens Gray or Sandy Hair and Whiskers 
OluLllO YYAUIUI UUOmL I III to Perfection. Does NOT WA»H OFF 



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SHOW CASE MANUFACT 
URERS 

Bernstein & CO (S Bernstein 

and A Hertenstein) 416 Market 

Dixon, Borgeson & Co (John 

B Dixon and Charles Borgeson) also 
office fixtures, 37 Market and cor 
Front and Stark, Portland, Oregon 



Furlong & Manseau (T N Furlong and 

J J Manseau) 819 Market 
Hoffmann Wm, 532 California 
Miller Jacob M, 545 California 
Troll William, 537 California 

Teubner Custav 6 Spring 



SILVER PLATERS 

(See Cold, Silver and Nickel Platers.) 



BERNSTEIN & CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



ShowlCases 

416 MARKET ST., 

SAN FRANCISCO. 

CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 



SILVERWARE. 
Barrett & Sherwood. 140 

Montgomery 
Braverman Louis & Co, 119 Montgomery 
California Jewelry Co, 134 Sutter 

Charmak H, S46 Market 
Dinkelspiel S B & Co, hi; 

Sutter 

Greenzweig Ceo & Co -(Geo 

Greenzweig) 122 and 124 Sanso-ne 

Koehler & Phillips, 13 Trinity 

Levy John & CO, 118 Mont- 
gomery 
Lundy T, 7 and 9 Third 
Randolph & Co, 101 and 103 Sutter 
Raynaud Felix C, 832 Greenwich 



Schaezlein R, 13 and 19 Trinity 
Schulz & Fischer, 513 Market 

Shreve George C & Co, ne 

cor Montgomery and Sutter 
Vanderslice W K & Co, 136 Sutter 
Witt & Peterson (F G Witt and C E 

Peterson) 13 Trinity 



SKATING RINKS 

Grand Central, Edward Carson propr, 
n s Grove nr Van Ness ave 

Hay ward H, 1648 Mission 

Mission, A T Greene propr, 2111 Mis- 
sion 

Olympian, John B Keys, 800-812 Sut- 
ter 



Hobbs,WallSCo.,^85SSV 



Crescent City, »< 



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816 Market St., S. F. Send far Samples of Hiew 
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SMELTING WORKS 
Selby Smelting and Lead 

Company. A J Ralston presi- 
deut, Prentiss Selby superintendent, 
H B Underhill Jr secretary, works 
Vallejo Junction, Contra Costa Co, 
office 416 Montgomery 

smokersTarticles 

Davis Bros, Bergmann & 

CO, 10-16 Sutter 

Frankenthal, Bachman & Co, 121 Bat- 
tery 

Frohman S & Co, 335 Kearny 

Gunst M A & Co, 203 Kearny and 800 
Market 

Herz Gustav, 120 Sutter 

Michalitschke Bros & Co, 902 Market 
and 237 aid 239 Kearny 

Rosenthal B, 501 and 503 Montgomery 

Son Bros, 1 Sansome 

Wagner C M, 315 Kearny 

Weil M & T & Co, NE cor Market and 
Sansome 



SOAP MANUFACT- 
URERS 

Babbitt B T, 202 Sacramento 
bettman Moses, 315 Front 
Bradley Patrick, 750 Brannan 
Coburn C W & Co, agts Enoch Morgan 

& Sons, 320 Sansome 
Columbia Soap Works, D J Keys pres, 

C J Dempster treas, 202 Market 
Dakin & Libbey (Edwin Dakin and J G 

Libbey) proprs Commercial Soap Co, 

223 Sacramento 
Dolan Thomas, Protero ave bet 

Alabama and El Dorado 
Electric Soap Company, H B McDonald 

& Co proprs, 870 Folsom 
Engwer & Weiutraub, Alta Soap Com- 
pany, 109 and 111 Oregon 

Fischbeck & Clootz (H Fiscb- 

beck and A Glootz) proprietors New 
England Soap Works, factory cor Six- 
teenth and Utah, office 214 Sacra- 
mento 

ClDbe Soap CO, George White- 
house proprietor, Nebraska bet Fif- 
teenth and Sixteenth 

Heilmann R, 708 Brannan 

Lucy G R & Co (R V and G D Lucy) 
f ctory cor Brannan and Ninth, office 
123 California 

Magic Snap Works, 310 Francisco 

Morgenthau M, propr Mission Soap and 
Candle Works, factory Sixteenth bet 
Folsom and Harrison, office 108 Bush 



New England Soap Co, 

H Fischbeck and A Glootz proprie- 
tors, celebrated Queen Lily Soap, fac- 
tory cor Sixteenth and Utah, office 
214 Sacramento 

Newell & BrO (Horace and David) 
221 Davis 

OlCOVich BrOS, 12 and 14 Front 

Petersen Chas & Co (Chas Peterseu and 
Ludwig J F Koster) 316-322 Tenth 

Petersen Wm J, 421 Clay 

Seidel F E, San Bruno road nr Twenty- 
Ninth 

Smith H W & CO, also agent 
Arbuckle Bros' Coffee Company, 405 
Front 

Specialty Soap Manufac 

tOry, Howard E Gouette & Co 
proprietors, J Mort Cook manager, 
sole proprietors Cook's Patent Proc- 
ess of Fabricating Soap, cor Mari- 
posa ave and Iowa, Potrero, and 632 
and 634 Third 

Standard Soap Co, R p 

Thomas president, E H Forester man- 
ager, 204 Sacramento 
Stuhr August, propr Germania Soap 
Works, cor Fifteenth ave and San 
Bruno road 

SOAPMAKERS' PRESSES 
AND DIES. 

RobbinS F A, 221 and 223 First 



SOCIETY GOODS 
Litchfield J M & Co, 415 

Montgomery 
McElhinny M A, 23 Kearny 
Pasquale Benoit, 650 Wash- 
ington and 967 Howard (see page 319) 
Plate & CO (Henry A Plate) 101 
Powell 

Rudolph Charles, 112 Sutter 
SODA. 

(See also Cream Tartar.) 

Bartpn B F & CO (B F Barton) 
213 Sacrame ito 

Horstmann John, manufaot 

urer bi-carbonate of saleratus and sal- 
soda, 767-775 Bryant 

Jackson T W & CO, 304 Cali- 
fornia (see page 330) 

Pacific Soda Works, Breig & Schafer, 
38 Hayes 

SODA WATER MANU 
FACTURERS. 

(See Mineral Waters.) 



TllHsnn Prvorrlnv IMPROVED." Used by all Railroads. 



Truman, Isham & Hooker, 



42 1 4>>7 Market Street, Wole A cents for 
Dcdcrirk'H Perpetual HAY PRRmsES. 



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SORGHUM AND SUGAR 

MILLS 
Linforth James. U6 Front 



SORGHUM AND SUGAR MILLS.— James 
Linforth, sole ajrent for Victor and Niles' 
Sugar and Sorghum Mills, Cook Evaporators, etc. 
Illustrated Catalogues on application. 116 front 
Street, San Francisco. 



SPICE MANUFACT- 
URERS 

(See Coffee and Spice Mills.) 



SPONGES 

& CO. 537 Mar- 



Creensfelder 

ket 
Herz Gustave, 120 Sutter 
•Levenson M D, 6u5 Market 



SPOOL COTTON 

Brown & Metzner, 549 Market 
Clark's Mile- End Spool Cotton, Thos 

Russell & Co agts, 541 Market 
CoatS J & P, Kittle & Co agents, 

202 California 
Kittle & CO (N G- and J G Kittle) 

agents J & P Coats spool cotton, 

202 California 



SPOOL SILKS 

Belding Bros & Co, 5*5 Market 

Brown & Metzner (Walter G 

Brown and Wm Metzner) 549 Market 
Carlson & Currier (Ed Carlson and J P 

Currier) 585 Market 
Coleman Chas E, 23 Kearuy 
Reid & Ford (A C Reid and C W R 

Ford) 26 New Montgomery 
Yates & Conklin (R R Yates and P 

Conklin) 13 Post 



SPORTSMEN'S MATIfc 
RIALS 

(See al«o Guns and Sporting Materials.) 
Will & Fl nek, 769 Market 



WILL & F.NCK, 

769 Market Street, San Francisco. 

Manufacturers and dealers in Keno, Faro, and 
til kinds of Games. Also Base-ball Goods. Fish- 
big Tackle, Boxing Gloves, Dumb Bells, Indian 
Club , Fencing Go< ds, Gymnasium Goods, and 
Skates. Send for i'rice Lists. 



STABLES 

A rata Francisco, 421 Broadway 

Archibald P L & Co (Prescott 

L Archibald) 1342 Market 

Black Hawk, l c Woodworth 

proprietor, 1009 and 1011 Valencia 
Bridge W E, 212 Slitter 
Brophey Michael, 1325 and 1327 Larkiu 
Brugge George <fc Bro (George and John) 

42 and 44 Clay 
Canavan P F, 1125 Howard 
Cane J C, 3012 Sixteenth 
Chapman F M, 126 E lis 
Conklin, Couiter & Co (Wm M Conklin, 

James Coulter, James Adams and 

Th mas A Butler) 1129 Market 
Connors & Winter (T Connors and 

Michael Winter) 2111 and 2113 Polk 
Corbett P J, 518 and 5.0 Hayes 
Crittenden C S, 409 and 411 Taylor 
Derby C, propr Nevada Stables, 1336 

and 133S Market 
Dinan & Nolan (D C Dinan and P T 

Nolan) 2414 California 
Dolan P A, 1432 Market 
Dowlingfe Bennett;, 621 and 623 Grove 
Doyle E H, 246 Third 
Dryer Charles F, 1315 Stockton 
Eggleton George, 119 and 121 Jackson 
Elders John, 1221 Pierce 
Fagan Jame?, propr City Stable, 332 

Bush 
Fergu on James P, S18 and 820 Mission 

Fitzgerald & Conlon (Thomas 

Fitzgerald and Mitchell Conlon) pro- 
prietors Centennial Livery Stables, 
151S California 

Fitzpatrick M;rtin, 814 Mission 

Flood & Bacomf (John Flood and Will- 
iam Bacnme) 821 and 823 Fols.m 

Foley Thomas, proprietor North 
Beach Livery stable, 1812 and 1814 
Powell 

Forrester James, 554 Mission 

French John B, 919 Golden Gate ave 

G rrity Peter, 132 Golden%ate ave 

Gray Henry W, propr Santa Clara Liv- 
ery Stable, 11 and [3 Wtbb 

Hamilton T J, Jockey Club Livery 
Stables, 64 Minna 

Hanigan l>enis, 8 Morse 

Harris R W, 8<»7 Montgomery 

Hays John T. proprietor Charter 
Oak Livery and Sale Stable, 775 Mar- 
ket 

EJildebrand G, 807 Vallejo 

Hinkley Oliver, superintendent 
Pacific Carriage Co and Livery Stable, 

II Powell 

H< ppe & Sachs (A Hoppe and F G 
S.chs) Bay City Stable, 1715 and 1717 
Sacramento 



M tSu£Sb i iSi, Designers and Fresco Painters,